BELT VALLEY TIMES
S. A. R*min|ioa, Editor
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American Prtaa Asa's., Foreifa
m mné Is ike Faas
Mast., aa Second
PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AT BELT, MONT., BY S. A. REMINGTON
No Objections, tVe'rv Suré
In every section of the United States during the post-war finan
cial troubles it has been found necessary for banks to protect
themselves by charging a fee for handling small and active
MCOUntSi •- , . , , .
Belt banks are the last in this section to take . IS s ep e
now sending out announcement cards stating that a service charge
will be made for accounts that fall below tifty dollars after October
First Of this year.
When money was more plentiful in the country' and many large
accounts were carried the handling of the depositor's small account
was done as a matter of course, the number of large accounts oft
setting the few that were not profitable to the bank.
During the period of depression the number of small active ac
counts has increased and it has required a number of book-keepers
to handle these accounts from which there is no financial return to
4k u- , i . .. tmrv 1» continual pxoense
the bank but on the CO - ^ ' ' - 100 t th w*
For instance an account which fluctuates trom *
ginning Of the month to nearly zero at the end may be much more
expensive to handle than one which carries a balance of thousands.
Twentv checks a month to the account is an average. For paying
rwenx* cnecKS a montn iu urn » _ . f furnish
these checks, for keeping an accurate account of them, for furnish
OTg check-books, deposit slips, bank-books and e '
ness courtesies which a bank always extends to Its customers me
bank is entitled to some renumeration.
If the balance is large enough to. more than meet the needs of
the depositor the excess is turned by the bank into «the, channels
business and from this excess the bank secures sufficient return
to repay it for the expense attached to the account.
On tiie contrary if the account is only large enough to meet the
monthly needs of the depositor the bank finds itself in the position
of one who works for nothing and pays his own expenses.
The most of us find at times that our bank balance is much be
low what we would like to have it and what is profitable to tht<
There is no use disguising the fact that money is tighter than it
was in '14 or '18.—
Just because their account is not profitable to the bank make*,
many persons withdraw their accounts altogether when they would
prefer to continue their use of the bank's facilities if they felt they
could do so without imposing upon that institution.
The courtesies of the bank and the accommodation of a checking
account are worth more than fifty cents a month to us or to anyone
If we can secure this accomodation for fifty cents a month when
our funds are low we shall feel that we are getting the service at a
very low figure.
Our banks hated to take this stand. Why should they ? Prom
the inauguration of this policy in October many of os will feel a
little more self-respect because when collections are tough we shall
have the privilege of paying for the service we get.
JVOTIGE OF ASSESSMENT
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NOTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN That
at a meeting of the directors of the
Midnight Copper Mining Company
% cent per share was levied upon the
capital stock of the Corporation, pay
able on or before September 1st, 1926,
to Dominic Spogen, Secretary at Belt,
Any amount upon which Die assea
■ o ;
Eastland & Co
Live Stock Commission
Exchange Building Union Stock Yards, Chicago
Price for Long End of Shipment
~ . -t ^éà .i . 1 . 1 1 » * iii..ii .j ■■ f .iii,». . . ,11 1...
lt you intend to ship speak to Tex Graff, deputy sheriff of stock assn.
Shipment August 18 th
qii » <»
ment shall remain upaid on Septem
ber 1st, 1926 will be declared delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
aucton and unless payment is made
before, will be sold on October 1st,
1926, at II o'clock at the Secretary's
ofjofflm in Belt, Montana, to pay the de
linquent assesraest together with the
oosts of advertising and expenses of
MIDNIGHT COPPER MINING CO.
SHERIFF'S SALE ON DECREE
In the District Court of the Eighth
Judicial District of the State of Mon.
tana, in and for the County of Cas.
J. P. Rig 1er, as Receiver of The
Commercial National Bank of Great
Falla. Montana, a corporation. Plain.
1 Harvey Nuiiiner. also knows
Harvey Nulling«- .and Jeanie Y. Nul
liner, also known as Jeanie Y. Nullin
! __ ,
Under and hv virtue of the decree
|n ^ abow ei J, tled f . afle thr Sheriff
^ Baid wjl] He ij at Sheriffs
jaale on MONDAY the 31st iday of
: AUGUST, 1926, at 2:00 o'clock P. M.
«f said day at the West door of
c i aim and intew?st of the . iboye name<
defendant8 in and to the folbwtngj
described property, to-wit:
Lot numbered Twenty-six (26) in
Block Numbered Twelve (12), Or
iginal Towusite of Belt, according
to ^ 0 ffi c j a ] map or pi at there
on ^ jle jn ^ office of the
County Clerk and Recorder of
Cascade County. Montana, to
gether with the hereditament*
rnenta. hereditaments and appur
u . nance8 «. age irients, water and
a Jl other rights belonging or in
anywise appertaining thereto and
. ' '
' day / Norton
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By JAS. B. O'FLYNN,
(First Publication August 6, 1926)
(Last Publication August 27.)
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
Neihart, Montana, July 17, 1926 ,
The partnership existing between
B. W. Leyson and A. J. Skero is here
by terminated and annulled aa of this
day and date.
Witness our signatures hereto this
17th day of July 1926, at Neihart,
Cascade County, Montana.
B. W. Leyson,
A. G. Skero.
Witness: Alton C. Taylor.
Corvallis—Kraft Cheese Company
has chceese factory here.
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♦ BELT MEAT MARKET «
A. Velebir, Prop.
+ Fresh and Cored Meats
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB
UNITED STATES PATENT
Survey No- 10,528 Serial No. *65515
U. S. LAND OFFICE, GREAT:
FALLS. MONTANA, June 6, 1926.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Edward L Shields, whose post office
iaddress is 1104 First Avenue North,!
! Great Falls, Montana, has this day
*,1 filed his application for a patent for
F ' iftetri hundred (1,500) linear feet
Créât Northern Lode Mine or
vein bearing silver, lead and zinc with
I anrface ground Six hundred (600):
' feot in width * »itnated in Neihart (tm
organized) Mining District County of
Cascade, and state of Montana, and
dented by the field notes and of
fic,al p „ °" thls off,ce 88
c,pal base line and Meridian of the
j State of Montana, said Survey No.
10 ' 525 bein * 88 fol,ow8 ■ to ' w,t:
Beginning at S.E. cor. No. i, from
which U. S. L. M. No. 3692 in (Uns)
T. 14 N., R. 8 E., bears 8. 68 degrees
21 minut« E. 8842.14 ft.; thence N.
65 degrees 24 minutes w. 1600 ft. to
i S. w. Cor. No. 2; thence N. lO degree«
143 minutes w. 863.20 ft to N. W. Cor,
jNo. 3, thence S. 66 degree» 24 minutes
E. 1500 ft to N. E. Cor. No. 4; thence
L 10 degrees 43 minutes e. 853.20
I ft - »» Cor - No - L th « P lace of
nin ': vari at ion at all corners 21 de
jl? ree8 Containing 20.660 acres, ot.
^ hlth 1 ® 17 "f™**** ln , con T fU ^ t Wltb
No. 10473 Bluebird Lode, both
— Magnetic variation 21 degrees E.
containing 20,660 acres.
j. THE LOCATION of this mine iSi
recorded in the Recorder' office of
Cascade County, State of Montana, in
iBook 10 of Locations at page 362.
The adjoining claimants are John
Hiegener, Survey No. 10473, Syveater
Lode on the south; John Hegener, Sur
vey No. 10473, Cecelia Lode on the
south ; Henry B. Mackey. Survey No.
42 28, Dawn Lode on the east; and
Jo hn Hegener Survey No. 10478, Blue
bird Lode on the south,
Any and all persona claiming ad-1
versely any portion of said Greai ;
Northern Quartz Lode Mine or sur
face ground are required to file their :
claims with Register of the United
States Land Office at Great Palls,
In the State of Montana, during the
sixty day's period of publication here
of, or they will he barred by virtue
ot the provisions of the Statute.
• W. E. Bennett,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED. That
the foregoing Notice of Application. 1
be published for the period of (ten:
consecutive weeks), in the Belt Valley
Times a weekly newspaper published ;
at Belt, Cascade county, Montana, be
ing the newspaper published nearest
the claim and of established character
arid general circulation.
f W. E. Bennett
(First publication June 18. 1926)
(Last publication August 20, 1926)
i Advertisement* under tbit heading
: Ten Cent» per line for each i n s ert i on
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I FOR SALE—Typewriter Paper in Le
| gal and Regular sizes. Second sheets,
At Times Office.
FOR SALE—Young pigs, Arthur
Redestrom, Belt, Montana.
FOR RALE—1 dozen 2 qt. fruit.
Jars. Mrs. Geo. Larkin.
of night?" began Mrs. Peckmore, as
she met her husband at the head of
the stairs. "I suppose you have a good
excuse, as usual?"
"No, my dear." replie d Mr. Peck
Then - aa he *** hoped, she fainted,
and he went to bed.
FOR SALE—Piano and Electric
Range. See George Merkle, Belt.
He— "J don't know whether to give
you a book or a kisa."
She—"I have a book."—Railway
How dare yon come in at this time
Gt. Falls Vulcanizing Go.
9—Sixth Street South
GT. Falls. Mont.
Repairing of all Injurie«
to Tires and Tubes
TIRES FOR SALE
+ WHEN IN GREAT FALLS *
—Eat at th
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* Everything spotlessly clean *
Get what you want— *
Pay for what you get
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re-sole them and finish them like new.
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Stanton Bank Building
Great Falls, Montana
John Poland, Prop.
Auto Battery, Generator
TRY US FOR QUALITY
Cream Delivered When Ordered
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON
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