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i ...» » They r?.y that pie as- . _ I Il / / , Jl /■ . ml VI Expert Optcmetr * it i *■ prove proficiency, t nr .ou g, | ands of satisfied customers will attest to our efficiency in fitting them with glasses. i Leslie E. Gage Jewler & Optometrist 1 f LOCAL ITER1S St J, L. Wells came from West End Monday on business. __ Mrs. H. A. Mardis is enjoying a visit from her son John Mardis of Butte. Ed McDonnell of Manhattan was a business visitor in Bozeman on Sat urday. George Axtell of Mr. and Mrs. East Gallatin were shopping in Boze man last Saturday Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Joseph are at tending the state fair at Helena this week. Mrs. Emil Etan of Belgrade was visiting friends in Bozeman last Thursday. Miss Kate Calvin was shopping in j Boznr.an for a few hours last Thurs day. E. E. Finlay was attending to mat tor- of business at Manhattan la?t G. W. Flanders of Middle! s shopping in Bozeman last wee. Cree'- wa T»hur -'day Walter Tes was attending to mat-1 tors of business in Bozeman Thursday. IT. J. Dixon returned to Bozeman la-t Thursday from a bus ness trip to Three Forks W. L. Gordon is spending a few r days at Wh'tehulla ttending to mat ters of business. Herbert Aitken returned homo from Dillon the first of the week to take his studies at the high school. J. D. Abercramhie of Central Park transacting business ni Bozeman last ur was East Gallatin visitors to Bozeman Saturday included Mr. and Mrs. He and Mr. and Mrs, George Stim After spending several weeks at Harlowton visiting her sister, Miss Bois Ginn returned to Bozeman last Saturday. cox son. Friday. Elwood and Ernest Morris enjoyed a short visit with their mother. Mrs Morris of Virginia City, the first of the week. Mrs. O E. Holm and her daughters have returned to Bozeman after hav ing spent the summer in St. Paul vis iting relatives. Charles L. Anceney and his family have moved into their home in Boze for the winter, from the Flying man D ranch on the West Gallatin. Mrs. Paul Nye of Billings, who has been visiting during the summer with her parents, Dean and Mrs. F. B- Lin field, has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Justin M- Smith re turned the first of the week from an auto trip through the Yellowstone park. J. M. Hamilton, dean of men at the Montana State college, and Mrs- Ham ilton drove through the park last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Lott, Charles Potter, Miss Mary Gräber and Miss Emily Linhoff of the extension de partment of the State college, are in Helena in charge of the various exhib its at the State fair. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE THE SECURITY BANK & TRUST COMPANY at Bozeman, in the State of Montana, at the close of business Sept. 6, 1921. RESOURCES $244.368.35 362.91 22,374.44 $267,105.70 3,000.00 39,93946 39,939.46 1,780.05 6,893.00 16,331.65 Loans and discoupts. Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. Bonds, stocks and warrants. Stock in Federal Reserve Bank. Banking house, furniture and fixtures. Cash reserve— Silver coin ... Currency - Due from approved reserye agents. Checks and exchanges for clearing house. Other cash items ... Expenses in excess of earnings . 25,004.70 1,333.68 52.11 267.86 $336,70351 Total.. LIABILITIES $100,000.00 $100,000.00 114,053.16 2,363.80 3,288.96 119,705.92 24,000.00 37,87918 62,511.01 631.83 25,000.00 19,800.00 ~ 9,686.58 54,486.58 Capital stock paid in..— Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid.... Time certificates of deposit due within 30 days.... Cashier's checks _ t Time certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days Savings deposits subject to 80 days' notice Postal Savings .. Certificates of deposit issued for borrowed money Bills payable with collateral.. Notes and bill rediscounted.-.-.— $336,703.51 TotaL... State of Montana, County of Gallatin—ss. I, W. N. Purdy, cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W N. PURDY, Cashier. 'Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of September, 1921. (Seal) J. L- KETTERER, Notary Public for the State of Montana, residing at Bozeman. My commis mission expires October 11. 1922. Correct—Attest ; H. S- BUELL, A. G. BERTHOT, Directors. Former Governor S. V. Stewart was in Bozeman the last of the week visit ing with Judge and Mrs. W. R. C. Stewart. Perry Gage has returned to Boze man . He has been employed during the cummer with the State Highway commission. Miss Maude Alexander is taking aj vacation from her duties a: secretary] in the office of President Alfred At kinson of the Montana State coliege, A.J . Busch Superintendent of thej | oca j division of the Milwaukee and St. Paul railway with headquarters at Bozeman, is attendinga meeting|l of officials at Deer Lodge Dr. Howard Welch and Prof. R- C McChord of the Montana State col lege are in Helena this week super vising the exhibit of the animal hus bandry department at the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Chambers re turned last Thursday from an extend ed eastern trip combining business with pleasure. While Mr. Chambers was in New York purchasing stock for the Chambers-Fisher store, Mrs. Chambers visited relatives through out the state. Dean F- B. Lnfineld is in Helena this week looking after the large ex hibit at the State fair which was in : tailed under his supervision. All the sub-stations in Montana are repre-iB sented. At the close of the state fair Dean Linfield will go to Billings to supervise the placing of the ex hibit at the Midland Empire fair Job wanted by reliable man caring for Stock or light farm work. Address Box, 468. Bozeman Mont. 1—TPd. is ss si ss n ss is n n ss v. \ a ss ttl ABOUT TOWN. a ♦♦ Hi >♦ :: a <*♦ ♦♦ *♦ «♦ «t ♦♦ ■»« ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦* ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ Born to Mr.a nd Mi Pri August 20th., at Paradise, Mont Ru^us Steele ana a '•even pound daughter. The little g rl ha^ been given the name Norma Bryant. Mrs. Steele will be remembered as Mi s Ruth Gordon. Last Mondty morning Jack Robert son took up his duties as truant of ficer having been appointed to that position. He will keep watch over the school children and see that all who ought to ben in school are there. Suit has been filed in the district court by Guy Griffin for $60,000 damages against the Chicago Mil waukee and St. Paul railroad. The companybbof complaint alleges injuries sustaioned while in the employ of the company. A serious accident befeyy Miss Ma Kirk, instructor of the teachers training class of the Gallatin high c hool last Monday, when she suffered fi'acture of a bone in the foot and sprained her ancle. In some manner a %s ÿi e rnissed a step or slipped on the stairs, and in falling the foot was in jured. Miss Kirk was taken to the Deac hospital the fracture was ad oness justed. It will be severay days before she can attend her classes. Bozeman will be represented! n one tourist guide as the Red Book more Tourist Guide published at Portland Oregon will be a new one on the market by spring. H. W. C. Lee and D. N, Llttler passed through the city Monday making the final mark of the Yellowstone trail. They mgs will continue to New York city and compile the completed data they are gathering. This is the third party to log the route during the summer for the new guide book. Bockeeper wants position. Can do clerking. Address Box. 468. Bozeman, Mont 1—T Pd. in and around Bozeman. i the story as it appeared in the WEDDING BELLS RING. The last issue of the Absarokee Headlight contained an article which will interest many of those who live Following paper: Richard D. Hart, assîstant cashier of the Stillwater Valley National bank, and Miss Rose Mills of the same institution, hopped off and got married Sunday evening, September 4, by Rev. Kelts at Columbus. Mr. s«gara '.v. 4 $ s $ $ *$ s *îV»VA*. S } 5 I -4 $ $ ^ $ $ Ûà 11 1 I B I | 1 i I ■ B B I I 1 ■ t B 1 ■ u. J i gPj « MM V H $ $ s Ç /A $.$ jfl i ] V £ V. y/4 xvr y a >$ 0 Si I V % » V/* n i . • I 4 v V •• t ST C 1 VS. m ; $ m. 4) > i T I p I * / /Sir; % V .:lnc co n. f. We Have Purchased The Entire Stock Of The PECINA PIANO COMPANY We Are Crowded For Room We Are Offering The Entire Stock Piano's Player Pianos, Phonographs, Columbia Records, Sheet Music, Player Rolls, Violins, and Banjos. In Fact Everything In The Musical Line For Pract ically Hall Their Regular Retail Price As Of COME IN AND BE CON VINCED ■ 9 9 ii It's Easy To Pay The Orton Way ALL THE CREDIT YOU NEED We appreciate as well as you do what hard times mean and we want you to feel that Orton Bros, are only too willing that your payments are reduced to a minimum in order to make it as easy as possible for every working family to have one of our Pianos or Player Pianos. With that thought in mind we have placed terms on our entire stock as low as $2.50 a week. No embarrassing questions asked. You simply select your instrument, pay the deposit and it is sent to your home immediately, and that is why we say « ITS EASY TO PAY THE ORTON WAY nn i. - by t IMi i A 4\ / s ////. f twSSSSSnP ■ i %/M m V/ / w PLAYER PIANO—USED $257.50 A SNAP $125.00 Player Piano Regular $1200.00 Used $335.00 i . If You Are Ever Going To Buy A Musical Instrument You Cannot Afford To Let This Opportunity Pass. We Will Make The Terms Suit Either Weekly Monthly Quarterly Or Yearly ■ WÊÊ s OR Bozeman, Montana 36 East Main. Hart is of Stillwater valley stock, a home boy, a progressive young man who has raised himself by his own boot-straps into the banking world from the occupation of punching cows and busting bronchos in his boyhood days. Hiss Mills is no less energetic. Taking a homestead near Absarokee some six years ago, she has always proved industrious and a valuable citizen, gradually promoting herself to the responsible position she has held with the bank for more than a year past. The marriage of this young couple seems to be a hap py solution of uniting two minds that fit the same groove and hereafter two Harts that Mill (s) as one.