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1/ Sy /oerware
You n.ý:,; O,st and most serviceable that your
.You are assured of getting that
kindh10- ell the "Golden Wedding"
brand - :rs for Fifty Years. It is silver
1i,:: di, .'d, and looks like Sterling Silver.
Cost . more than the cheap plated kind.
al ' a e' d ifferent patterns.
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. 1:45 pm
A= -',- ":10 pm
r pac:e \ ' orders for
A ', M LAN .. , i.. MINN.
.V with Hill
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on sale at the
S. as a visitor
a h; t:ne agro.
S.. , L, iz beer from
<}tn. & Ryan.
11 D. Dennur of
. v, rU- 1, ,- " . ndivites.
-. .acef l at The
,,."-, ,Lx× c "'tck wvas; a 1"it
a: congratulating Jimmy
- ::. :, ,:a1 E r 'opportuni ties.
:I:, I rs will return to her
S aa., / this week.
S n' a. d low prices
ivv -.staurant. 15tf
St, a ,a accepte' a posi
, lrr; urk.
..autful pictures at
r, :r Sale at the Monitor
'i. anM ts. Ralph Nye ion
' P " r, and son were
" spend the holi
I to do house
A lvY at Monitor
7 10 1.
Report of the Condition of On
TIEflIRST N1TIONAL BANK
Of Glendive. At Glendive,
In the State o: Yl,,,tana. at the Cio3e of th e
B,< ', Dec. 3, 1907.
,. .......... 219,613 30
,..... 12,1F0, " Strength
...... 607 11
.i trxtures 21._02 66
107 ' 310 of this statement of
I eio .. 5,8;55 76
S.ts... 7,643 18
71..5 oo our condition we
62 .~ solicit your business.
Se"t:r 62500 Supervised by the
..... . . 383.49 15 United States Govern
.5..- . .. ...$ 50.000 00
. .... . a 3.500 00 m ent.
S... 1,500 00 Managed by an alert
.4 8 Board of Directors.
check .. 176,828 69
. ..... 6.195 75
.... "112.338 55 Officered by exper
os: ma-· ..... ienced bankers.
. . ......3. . 3,756 99
" ,.$ 383,496 15
: ': ,f th, above named
't the above statement progressive.
i, r, ledge and belief.
I., F. HAGAN, Cashier.
t i.' ,,, re me thi'35th day
Si J. GOULDING, Alw a y s courteous,
S :,- Notary Public.
Srdan, irectors. always accommodating
The First National Bank
J. W. Clopton spent the holiday
season in the city.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Elrod
on Friday last, a son.
Pat Murn and family visited Mike
Moran ani family in Beach last week.
Miss Meta Boyer spent the holidays
with home folks near Beach.
Ole Johnson visited relatives in
Beach last week.
The only family beer is Schlitz.
2tf Shelton & Ryan, agents.
E. H. Phillips came up from Me
dora Thursday last.
Mrs. Bogart and Mrs. Miskimen
left Christmas eve for Hunter's Hot
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McGaughey are
rejoicing over a new daughter, a New
See Hill & Miller over the First
National Bank for bargains in city
real estate. Phone 185. 43 tf
Julia Marrer and Miss Poorman of
Wibaux were visitors from the Bea
ver valley metropolis this week.
One of the best meals in the city
ican be secured at the Riverside
J. W. Stith and W. S. Kasper,
prominent Terryites, were recently
interviewing friends here.
Johnston's Milwaukee confections
are for sale by the Glendive Drug
Miss Brownie Yackey spent the
New Year with Miss Gertrude Stewart
at the Stewart ranch.
Four-room house for rent or sale.
Inquire of E. S. Haskell atExchange
Mrs. John Scharff was the winner
of the beautiful silk down quilt at the
Elite Millinery Parlors.
Don't pass up those Morris pict
ures. Get yours before they are
all picked over at Burk's. 43tf.
Mrs. N. R. Hutton of Two Dot,
Mont., is visiting her sister, Mrs. G.
The Exchange Bank
Two good reasons why you should bank with us.
1st. This bank is a helper. Helping our depositors to make
money in every legitimate way possible.
2nd. This bank is safe because the owners are worth more
than $200,000.00 and have never lost one dollar by bad loans in the
If you are not already doir.g business with us ask some of our
depositors if they are satisfied with their treatment at this bank.
Gunther, Headley and Roach-Tis
dale chocolates. The pick of the
land ac "Burk's." 40tf
County Clerk R. J. Cole and wife
of Forsyth visited' Conductor W. E.
Martin and family' this week.
None but expert workmen em
ployed at the Hotel Jordan barber
shop. Try them. 39tf.
Willard Brown and Cyril Kennedy
came down from school at Bozeman to
spend Christmas at home.
Get your postal card photos taken at
Booen and Wing's gallery. Work fin
ished promptly. 44tf
C. F. Bean came in from his ranch
on Red Water to pass the holidays
with his family.
After the 25th of November all
school books will be strictly cash.
39tf Davis & Farnum.
Contractor Wm. Hurst has returned
from the annual meeting of the ce
ment men in Chicago.
Visiting cards of all sizes neatly
printed at at the Monitor Office.
Suit Cases Hand Bags *
Scotch Corduroy Suits
Corduroy Pants, $3.50 $4.00 H
All Wool Underwear $2.50
$3.50 $4.00 and $4.50
All Wool Underwear, Double Breast
and Double Back, that others I
ask $5.00 for, WE Sell At
Everything for Men to Wear, Head to Foot.
E. RIVENES, Prop.
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A marriage license was granted to
Floyd Coons and Miss Vina Cox on
For the best shave or hair cut in
the city go to the Hotel Jordan
barber shop. 35tf.
If you have any news items call up
the Aonitor office, 'Phone 120. Give
as the facts and we will do the rest.
Schlitz, the beer that made Milwau
kee fanious at
2tf Shelton & Ryan.
Attorney Jens Rivenes made a
business trip to Beach and Sentinel
After the 25th of November all
school bo9k. will be strictly cash.
gg Davis & Farnum.
See Hill & Miller over the First
National Bank for real estate and in
surance. Phone 185, 43 tf
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Brooks of Thir
teen Mile were among the out of
town people who spent Christmas
with city relatives.
Regular services at the Episcopal
church next Sunday at 11 and 7:30.
Sunday school at 9:45. Everybody
Sid Hendershot of Tokna spent
yesterday in this city, and incident
ally celebrated his birthday, which
comes on Jan. 1st.
The Firemens' dance Tuesday eve
ning was a great success and the at
tendance was excellent. Dancing did
not cease until about 2 o'clock.
Jack Kataki of the Nippon Res
taurant was given a fine of $62.50 in
police court the fore part of the
week for obstructing the sewer out
let with tin cans and other rubbish.
B. F. Dill of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
who has been visiting relat ves in this
vicinity for the past six mor:t} s, leaves
Monday for his home.
The Ladies' Guild of the Episcop-i
church will be entertained a week
from tomorrow by M;.±. Burns and
Mrs. Martin at the home of Mrs.
Special until Jan. 10th, 15 large oval
photos on elegant white cards, choice
of two poses for $5. Booen and Wing's
new gallery, one block back from Jor
dan Hotel. 44tf
Cards are out for the 25th wed
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.
E. J. Berry, which will be celebrated
on the 14th of this month.
Old Puritan Rye is unequalled
You will find it at the Hotel Jordan
bar, and having found it, you will
use no other brand, 44t
CGLEND'.VE Fy'ION . -
GOODS BOTTLED IN BOND A SPECIALTY.
CLEAR HAVANA'CIGARS, EXCLUSIVELY.
OLD WHISKEYS AND FRENCH CORDIALS
Our Immense Stock Insures
Are you thinking of taking out
that insurance policy? If so don't
forget to see Hill & Miller over the
First National Bank. Phone 185. tf43
Chas. Hubbard and niece, Miss
Mabel Kronkright, came over from
Wolf Point Tuesday. Miss Kronkright
expects to attend school here the re
mainder of the year.
The regular Sabbath services of the
Congregational church will be held
next Sabbath at the court house at
10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. A cordial
invitation is extended co all.
Arndt Helland and John Kartvold
are up from Hodges today. The gentle
men brought in 14 coyote hides and 1
wolf hide to secure the bounty on the
The Framhald dance last Saturday
evening was one of the events of the
Sear among the Scandinavian resi
dents, and a record breaking crowd
was in attendance.
Friends and relatives have received
word of the marriage of Edward A.
Faust and Miss Hattie Reppka, which
occurred at Stillwater, Minn., on
Xmas day. The young people will be
at home in this city in a short time.
The Masons held an installation of
officers jointly with the members of
the Eastern Star last Friday evening,
the Masons having invited the Star
members to participate. After the
close of business an excelleht lunch
was served by the Masons.
WANTED. -Prominent young man
of the county, desires a wife. Have
$10,000 in bank, and can offer a wife
an excellent home and social advan
tages. Ladies not over g5 please ans
wer. Blond preferred Address K.
31, Monitor Office;
All parties knowing them
selves indebted to J. A. Morse,
Riverside, are requested to call
and settle at once. 25tf
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold Griffin passed away the fore
part of the week. Burial was in the
Word received from Jos. L. Wes
ter on board ship co:veys the infor
mation that he is feeling finely. Mr.
Wester expects to travel through
Norway, Sweden, Denmark and
Germany before his return.
F. W. Beedle, publisher of the
Yellowstone Monthly at Billings, was
a Glendive visitor on business Friday
last. Mr. Beedle sees a great future
for every section of eastern Montana
and is very optomistic.
The Billings Y. M. C. A. will be
formally opened on Friday. David
Starr Jordan was the speaker formerly
chosen to make the leading address,
but on account of the serious illness
of Mr. Jordan, Lieutenant Governor
Norris will take his place instead.
Mrs. H. Mitchell was the winner
of the large doll at the Elite Millinery
Parlors. Her guess on its age at 10 a.
m., Dec. 25th, 1907 was 3 years, 6
months, 8 days, 3 hours, 3 minutes
and 2 seconds. Its actual age was 3
years, 6 months, 9 days, 12 hours, 15
minutes and 18j seconds. Fred J.
Goulding examined the guesses and
awarded the doll.
The services at the Episcopal church
last Sunday were very il pressive,
special music being a feature. In the
evening Misses Irene Burns and Jes
sie Hollecker rendered beauti:ful solos,
Miss Burns giving "Fairest Lord Je
sus, " and Miss Hollecker singing the
"Christmas Song" by Adolph Adams.
This is to certify that all druggists
are authorized to refund your
money if Foley's Honey and Tar
fails to cure your cough or cold.
It stops the ,Gough, heals the lungs
and prevents serious results from a
cold. Cures la grippe, coughs and
prevents pneumonia and consump
tion. Contains no opiates. The
genuine is in a yellow package.
Refuse substitutL . Glendive Drug
Brief and Breezy
Senator Knox is not only nursing
a presidential boom, but a fine able
bodied 12-pound grandson.
Break the newE softly to Mr. Taft
when he arrives, that his toom was
knocked down in the first round.
Pres 'ential booms are pretty thick
around e country, just now; a year
hence, e 'ything will be over but
the inau, iration
Now Gen. Grosvenor talks of be
coming a candidate for the Senate.
He was never more useful than in
his present retirement from public
There is a much of a fresh egg
stringency in this country, as aL.
Oklahoma is determined to start
out with a complete "Jim Crow sys
The Republican politicians are al
so disturbed by "man who is bigger
than his party."
Gen. Grosvenor says he wouldn't
mind being elected Senator. Or any
When Washington votes on pro
hibition, will each Senator be allowed
to put in a quart or so of ballots?
Woodrow Wilson says only ten per
cent of the people think, but a
lot of them think they think.
Congress slept quietly through the
If currency were as plentiful as
currency hills, in Congress there
would be no complaint about the
shortage of nolpey,