Fallon County Times (Baker, Mont.) 1916-current, May 25, 1916, Image 6

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\ ¡A > 1 '•, * »V*• A VJ ‘ ¿?AììifA'»NJ »; »/'V*v'rf-î*N* h '*'í*»i+ » * FALLONIÉÍ l JNTY TIMESE 1*• • ' HL - i i m i i i i i i i i i i i i m i i i i i m n i i i i i i n i i *5v-,*-'.í4;vrv^ I t e & d 'y/(i\ iV:'1 B PbíVjtJÍ 'V;M. £ ^ T í ’B _ ÏÂ< 'f\ *• ;\N- ßSK'\ r* i i CONDENSED STATEMENT OF THE BAKER STATE BANK B A K E R : M O N T A N A A« made, to the Superintendent of Banks at the Close of Business, May 1 ,-19I6 Resources Local News Iternf M . s ■ ; : L o a n s and D iscou n ts *214 950 70 Banking: H o u se, F u r n i t u r e and F i x 'u r e s 18 689 87 O t h e r R e a l E s t a t e 6 283 36 C a s h and E x c h a n g e 112 816 15 Total *352 640 44 Liabilities C a p ital S t o c k *20 000 00 Su r p lu s and U n d ivid e d Profits 22 253 6 0 1 N e t D e p o sits 310 336 84 Total *352 640 44 W e Invite you to do business with the largest and strongest Bank in Fnllon County Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Fagaines 'v^ere Plevna visitors, Friday. - E. L. Jackson and family calledSpn friends at Plevna, on Thursday of Jast week. ' E. S. Booth, L. C. Bums and G P. Silvernale transacted business at l i - may, Friday. f' r i l W m. G ’Laughlfn was a business- visitor at Terry, several days of tbe past week. ‘ £ H. W . Raetzman,. of th e - Pkp& Supply Co., Minneapolis, was \ here “*. • -Mpf' Monday. — v . ' l Edwin Lake was called to Oronogjib Mo., Sunday, by the serious illness.^ his uncle, Charles Elliot. -> £.'£f Len Churchill w^s taken to. Eliza^ beth hospital Monday, suffering ^ in attack of appendicitis. ' S; s s B m/ i WATER SERVICE Having bought out W m . Bowm er we will be glad to supply all his old cus­ tomers as well as new with water. W e also deliver ice in any quantity to your home or place of business and will give the best of service and, same as al- ' ways, good weights. Lakeside Ice Co. C . V . CROSBY, Mgr. >■ -‘\h 1 1 ■ c ■ -ML 8 ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ 8 ■ a Try T o Win A Chest Of Silver dow has received a letter..,; T h e most clever answer to it 4 will win the grand prize— a A genuine mahogany chest of f 208 pieces of A lv in Silver — The-Long-Life--Plate- ------ There are 20 other prizes— chests of silver each valued at $60.00. All answers must be written on regular anser blanks (which give - full details) and mailed directly to the Alvin Mfg. Co., Sag Harbor, N. Y. Ask Us For An Answer Blank ! Baker Drug Co«J • -.j 1 Worth of City Lots on 'j - - =*< •' ’ i • *;•' a , ’ * v\j a :*^v! , W ere Sold to Purchasers Outside of Baker During the Past W eek >*»> Í;4 \< f,t) Baker, Mont. ' f . 1 «* ^ i. Harry T . Marsh, .- genial represen­ tative of a St.' Paul7 ; prititers supply house, was in Baker $aturday. Glenn Bush,' well known farmer of the Bisher section,’ was a pleasant call­ er at the Times office Saturday. Ralph Marcue of LeMars, Iowa is looking over the land adjacent to Ba­ ker with the view of investing later. C. H. Karnaghan, representative of the John Morrill Co., was cajling on the meat trade in Baker, Friday and Saturday. S. H. Drew, representative of the Grandin Investment jCo., of Minnea­ polis, is inspecting farm loans made by R. S. Hamilton, their local agent. v M. J . Bamford, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, returned Sunday afternoon from a two weeks’ business trip to the Tw in Cities and Chicago. L. F. Hall, who has .been in this vicinity several weeks in the interest of a livestock loan company, has gone to the northwestern part of the state on a similar mission. Mrs. C. H. Dupler was brought in from their farm Monday and taken to the Miles City hospital. It is feared that an operation for appendicitis will be necessary. 4 •v’^Époctot.. tHé“jeweler can fix your w«£h só ivwiU keep time. 4 8 - l t l » I f you have any potatoes for sale, caHJand see'us.. G. H. Suit & Co. . FH - May 25-tf W A N T E D — a dining room gi.rl at- ,,, the Hildreth House. 44 t(, « Li-' -- - ^ . Affi, ,'When you break a lense in glasses take’it to Proctor the Jeweler, he Van’' duplicate it exactly. 4 8 - lt Fpr Sale at Bargain, Taylor Nursery bed and Detroit Vapor 4 burner gaso- line’j.Stove. R .‘ S. Hamilton,- *. May 25-11. Get your graduation,gifts at the Baker Drug Co. 47 ^ i Let Proctor do your watch and jewelrv repairing; the results will please you.1 ' 4 8 - lt W e were pleased’' to receive this\ week a subscription and order for prcfessional card from Dr. I. W . Vinsel, the veterinarian of Plevna. W e hope soon to have» the pleasure, of a visit to that little town and to meet the people there. • Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Fagaines en­ tertained three members of the Broadway theatrical company in an automobile party to Plevna Sunday, Miss Helen Shipman, the charming and versatile actress, „ and- Messrs. W m . Loraine and Mike Hogan greatly enjoyed the trip. One of the first men to put his name down as a subscriber since the new owner took charge was Chas. T . Cunningham, a well known farmer on Cabin creek. Mr. Cunningham is a pioneer of Montana. He formerly made, his stamping ground over in the Judith,Basin. Old newspapers for sale at the Fal- lon C ounty Times office. Ten cents a bundle. Money1Ao loan ^on farm lands at 8 per cept interest. J. Y . Creel 40 For Saís--_Broom grass and alfalfa s^ i^ W q u ire ' Lentz .ßrps., store or <» -V Elmer S. Cate .41 ïA’Al rBring. your nega-£ tives to us and get ^ ; b a ck; the beatipic- House cleaning time brings a de- mand for old newspapers. W e have them for sale in this office at ten1 cents v.turea we can possi-; biv '\.make ’r from'd them. . O lir prices I •- are-fair;- •- O a r work is bett w d ■;by{ tb« v m o f A n »co CtMmlcml« and Cyko . P aper, the photo ma-, tariah wHich always give, beet 'n s u l^ . iMmàxytimt a bundle. LAW L E R DRUG CO. \ Etaker, Montana W - TT i „ I « Two carload« of cows with calves by­ sides, or with calf soon, will be unloaded at the Baker stock yards the first of next week. Every hoof guaranteed as represented. A. F. LOCKHART v r. • : lin Mi! Before you do any building or remodeling, see the Lehigh Dealer. You'll find him the progressive dealer in your commuaity. who caa give you practical advice and tell you'which materials are best muted for your, purpose.;:: A s k !■ '■ » why he sells Lehigh, the National Cement.. He WUl tell you bocause he knows it to be Sbeiolutely dependable. It's only, logical that he selects his other materials with the same care and judgment some of the ways- you can use. concrete to , sdygatags. Right uowlhere are probahly half a dozen repairs and rcmfl h to your property that you ¡could best build of concrete.' Concrete is the fire mid weather resisting material f or prucfiepQy Uud of coustructiou. Its uses include houses, garages,' step«, eets, c and a hundred others. féèdtog floors, fence cnlyerts, for you. toe LEHIGH; go to the Lehigh dealer. Buy Le- •3 ' high, the NatioBal Cement; the'cmnent for all concrete work; the depend* ) able cement; die kind, that will give you lasting satisfaction. Carpenter-W ebster Lumber Co. J, M. COMSTOCK, Agent Concrete for

Fallon County Times (Baker, Mont.), 25 May 1916, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn84036037/1916-05-25/ed-1/seq-6/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.