The Ekalaka Eagle (Ekalaka, Mont.) 1909-1920, May 11, 1917, Image 8

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„, , ' THE -EKALAKMEAGLE t Keep Our Money At Home! WHY NOT SELL YOUR HIDES TO MONTANA BUYERS? Snell Bros. -r You Can't Accumulate Money Without Self Denial am= Are you looking forward to the day when you will have all the money you now want and de- luding yourself with the idea that you will then begin to accumulate money? That day will never dawn for you. Each day will bring a new want, and if you continue to indulge in them your life will end in want: - Indulgence today means for you future want, while self denial to- day means future indulgence. Start an account today. Watch over it now and in the years to come it will watch over you. It will cost you nothing to keep an account here. It may cost you something not to keep it. Ekalaka State Bank Capital $30,000.00 A Home Bank Under State Supervisi Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent Surplus $5,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits on. Real Estate Loans Negotiated Ford Owners Attention We have now tested out the Pullford Trac- tor Attachment, and it will certainly surprise you what a powerful tractor your Ford car will make. It can be seen at work at J. W. Hof - man's place, one and one-half miles south of Plevna, at any time. Can be attached to other makes if wanted. We also carry a full and complete line of Ford Supplies on hand at all times. Come a.nd see us Spaeth & Hofman Plevna Montana \ThiS iS I1PJ last will and lestament” And when the will was read, Liberty Horton, fair daughter of Col. Jim Horton, became heir to his vast Mexican estate. His friend, Illajor NVinston and his partner, Jose Leon, were made trustees. All this is disclosed in the gripping scenes in TIMIS 1111RIAL GLOIRIOUP OCE ODE rt Tivenfy brilliant and exciting ipisodes tell the marvelous story of love rivalry, race rivalry, adventure, romance under southern skies along the Mexican Border; of dar- ing deeds of American troopers and Texas Rangers; of Mexican bandit raids; of the struggle for a fortune and a girl. MARIE WALCAMP IACKHOLT-EDDIEPOLO Are the brilliant stars who head an exceptionally large and not- able cast All the ptincipals are well known Universal players; in addition there are hundreds of cowboys, rough riders, soldiers, ' Mexican peons, bandits, and 'cidzenCiss Well. If you want the greatest moving . picture entertainment you have ever enjoyed see this unusual serial photoplay every week for 20 weeks. r i n iOWEEIS 40DEELS SEEKS MORE FOOD -PROM SEA Future Steaks May Be Cut From wbaies, Sea Cows, and Walrus -- Said to Be Palatable. An ever -resourceful commoner, seized with a realization that three - fourths of the surface of the earth is water and practically a waste, as far as production of varieties of diet are concerned, believes that the mam- mals of the sea are worthy of cultiva- tion as food, says the Popular Science Monthly. It is . estimated that the meat of one 00 -foot uhale, for instance, is equal to that of 70 head of cattle and tastes like choicest beefsteak in flavor when properly prepared. Other marine mammals which are 000d for food as well as for commer- cial purposes are the seal, the wal- rus, the dugong and the sea cow. The dugong has always been prized for food by Asiatics, Africans and Aus- tralians, and the sea cow, formerly found in the waters of the Bering sea, were so noted for the palatable- ness of its flesh, its size and for its gentle fearlessness of man that it has been almost entirely exterminat- ad through man's greed. BANK STATEMENT Report of the Condition of the EKALAKA STATE BANK. at Ekalaka, In the State of Montana at the close of business May I 1917. RIESOU ROES Loans and Discounts 199,515.55 Overdraft. secured and unsecured 75.24 199.590,80 Banking house furniture 'land fixtures 2.116.00 2,115.00 Cash Reserve• Oold Coln 1.767.50 Silver Coln 821.40 Currency 6.098.00 Due from Approved Re- serve Agentq 87.439.17 46.125.07 Due from other ban k 3.899.7n Checks and Exchanges for Clearing House 104 30 Total LIABILITIES 1251,895443 Capital Stock paid In . 1 80.000.00 Surpluefund 5,000.00 Undivided proflts.lessex- penses and taxes paid 1,290.K3 135.19(1.88 Individual depotIts sub- ject to check 152,180.35 Demand certificate% of Deposit 173.14 Time certificate.; of de- posit Due v.• I t I ft 30 days ...... . . . 8.100.90 residers checks 3,751.49 certified checks . . 159.21 154,346.22 Time Certificates of De- posits Due on or After 110 1 ray s 51.239.89 61,239.88 Total H51.695.93 stet/. of Montana. County of Fallon, ss. I, II. 11 Albert, Cashier of the above 1011114A bank. (10 solemnly rot ear that the ebote btetement is true to the best of my knowledge and H. B. ALBERT Cashier Subscribed and sworn to befOrP Me IMF; 7111 day of May, 1917. [seal) L. NI. ELLIOTT Notary Public In end for the State of Montana, residing at Ekttlaka. My commission expires Feb. 17, 1919. Correct—Attest: SF:PTON CADY, .1. W. 11 ISCOCK, Directors. EYES Ityou've a 'maim! of eye trouble, see us before it's too late. Ali examinations by the most modern and scientific methods. Lenses and frames correctly fitted. C. L. Proctor, O. D. With Ekalaka Drug Co. C. RAY REESE NOTARY PUBLIC Always at your service. Offics with the Grant ik Fuqua Land anti Livestock Co. Ekalaka, Montana. The Beaver Flat Mill Is now ready for work, grinding whole wheat flour at 50 cts. per 100 lbs, feed at 40 cts. per 100 lbs. 8 miles west of Ekalaka. -- W. C. SACHT S. J. EMSWILER U S. Commis-ioaer . . Notary Public Filings, Final and Yearly proofs. , All Homeslead papers properly ex-ecuted EKALAKA, MONTANA See Me Before Selling Your 111 DES ANDFURS PELTS AND WOOL B. Freiberger 516 S. Montana Ave. Miles City, Top prices paid. I will - call at your place to make purchase. SHIP TO ME! If my prices are not right, will return shipment, and pay all transportation charges. Win Rodgers. Oscar Gilbertson THE CORNER Ekalaka's Thirst Emporium WINES, LIQUORS, & CIGARS Good treatment Give us a trial. The Eagle Covers Carter County Completely ; . ft . HOUSE DRESSES THEBectric BBAND BARMON'S OF BUFFALO Feature., T1 -c %, , lh,oelble Hem ha i l V, idth °Vet ellpi ,rof-niable or d Itoomy Arm -hole• Fiore% en lititehinii with StrengThread ...ewer Seam tit Skirt Taped to i ) . r (7.1 e 3'.7. t:!; I t ic ci i h71 Welt Shoulder Seams NIth.h!,h, Zw000th Finished Button ie: n `!hti!ethe.i to pleb Sutton h lc a and snnitaty Factor,' Not (TM LaLor EMIR I We Have 1 Them In All Sizeg Prices from $1,25 to $2.75. NEW GOODS ON DISPLAY Howard mimmilmm Waists, in the fancy Silks. The very latest creations. We have them in your size and it will be a ,pleasure to show you them. Prices from $5.00 up. None BetWr • Tub Silk Waist. We know that you will like Amermal them. This line is complete and we urge you to make your selection early. From $2.25 to $5.00. Trio Wash Waist. Here is something you will like. Prirc.hased at a price within reach of all. Nothing cheap about them only the price. We have these also in all sizes, at $1.50 WO The R. C. 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The Ekalaka Eagle (Ekalaka, Mont.), 11 May 1917, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.