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Dion (0. HerricK
Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers
Horses, Cattle and Sheep
List Your property with as. Com isos right.
Dion (a Herrick
office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank
(alldve; - -Montana
f 1 G endive, Mont.
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4' L ELAN. , P A ST PAUL. MINN.
SuT HNER. Agent. Glendive. Mont.
C TY BREVITIES.
on hand at the
nding the holi
- kind of an adver
S need at this office.
a 'f Circle is a cityite
and wife of Burns
111, th city today.
F Fisher of Wibaux is
I If city friends.
/ Mark is in the city again on
' INTIl Nurse girl at once.
} - } Mrs. 1. J. Donohue. 39tf
'1. Hall «f Savage came up
!' that jro)peruus burg today.
I. l). LaRue of Sidney was regis.
"'at the H11tel Jordan today.
:1 tn Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. His
anaMrvia, a daughter.
alaue Parker returned last Fri
a abusiness trip east.
1 r \t'e'I), towels clean. Houck's.
Hidiey Rtbhwson was in the city
M.r l H >Ironson returned
P 'Ia\ night t4 Miles City.
Hi larkness of Intake is a city
Arhegast is in the city to
la mh«'- lower valley.
Cond ensed Statement of the Condition of the
First National Bank of Glendive
as made to the Comptroller of the Currency
at the close of business
NOVEMBER 26, 1912
Loans and Discounts..............$28,226 69
U. S. Bonds...................... 12,25.00
Banking House Furniture and
(ash on hand and in banks...... 98,0127
Capital Stock.................... $ 50 .00
Surplus and Undivided Profits.. ,178O40
Circulation .................... 12,~1500
Deposits .......................... 884!76.07
On the strength of this statement we solt yrew busineiS
Everett Brown is spending his
holiday vacation in the city.
Mrs. George Bills spent Christmas in
Rosebud with friends.
* J. R. Smith, the flax king of
Beach, is a cityite on various busi
ness matters today.
a Don't forget that the Monitor Of
fice always has a full supply of jus
tice court blanks. 'Phone 120.
Mrs. L. M. Hurst left Tuesday for
Sidney to spend the holidays with
FOR RENT.-Furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, next door to
the postoffice. 2t45
Mrs. D. J. Donohue has gone to
New Richmond, Wis., to spend the
holidays with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Atwood of Pov
erty Flat spent Christmas with his
brother Fern and family.
Arthur Coates and family of
Milestown spent Christmas with
Glendive relatives and friends.
WANTED.-Girl for general
housework. Good wages. J. F.
Butler, Glendive. 36 tf.
Jos. Kiichli and wife of Savage
spent Christmas with Glendive re
Visiting cards of all sizes neatly
printed at the Monitor Office.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rigby of Pov
erty Flat spent Christmas with Guy
Fish on Sand creek.
Why drag a dull disc over your land,
when C. S. Johnston can sharpen them
for you in first class shape? Stf
Desmond O'Neil came down Sunday
to spend the holidays with his rela
J. C. Auld, the receiver of the
Miles City land office, was in the Gate
City last Saturday on business.
C. D. Harlow left Sunday evening
for the east where he will make an ex
tended trip on various land matters.
Mr. Nelson of Bluff creek left for
Minnesota to spend Christmas with his
Thomas Murn is at home from his
sheld be k ep ia a safet dep.it valt, where they will
be safe from fire and burglars. We would be glaId to
furnish one for $1.75 per year. Other banking buuium
will be appreciated.
Exchange State Bank of (lendive
is school duties, spending the vacation
with his parents.
;n Miss Esther Cavanaugh is among
those spending the holidays at home
o from school.
Dan McCabe left Saturday for
New Richmond, Wis., where he will
have a holiday v sit with friends
I FOR SALE.-225 bushels extra
r choice, Turkey Red winter wheat,
$1.10 per bushel. Apply at elevator of
Farmers' Grain Co. 29tf
s The young men who engineered
° the Chirtmas night dance in the
Theckla hall will give another hop
a on New Year's night.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cannon are
in the city on their way back from
- visiting relatives in the lower val
Something special? The Weekly
r Inter Ocean and Farmer and this
paper, 2.00 for one year. Ask us
what it means.
Howard Sinclair is home from
Harvard law school at Cambridge,
Mass., to spend the holidays with
Floyd Williams and family of
Poverty Flat left Saturday for
Minnesota to spend the holidays
with his parents.
On Jan. 1, the newly elected coun
ty officers will begin their duties,
all except the treasurer, who as
sumes his duties on March 1.
Don't forget that we have the best
equipped shop in the state of Montana,
and (an do your work in first class
shape. C. S. Johnston 8tf
A bad fire at Marsh last night
completely destroyed the yard of the
Midland Coal & Lumber company
at that point.
FOR RENT-Three rooms, suit
able for light housekeeping, furn
ished or unfurnished. M. H. Smith,
care Yellowstone Garage. 1t42.
The piece of Mexican drawn work,
which was awarded in a drawing
held by Mrs. Rudd was won by F.
M. Kelly, with the number 45.
Lester Brown, the well known
Bloomfield farmer, leaves today for his
old home in Iowa. This is Mr.
Brown's first trip back in eight years.
George Rhode came up on the local
last Saturday, and departed for Miles
City to spend the holidays with his
daughter, Mrs. Al Kircher.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walsh of
Siipek departed the latter part of
the week for an extended visit with
You don't know what good bread is
until you have tried some of Dick's.
Remember the place, in the Beasley
bcoock. 41tf. |
H. E. Wilcox left Friday evening
for Pennsylvania and will be accom
panied by his family on his return to
Mrs. W. B. Fletcher was called to
Missoula last Friday evening by the
serious illness of her son, Willie, who
is attending school there.
Now is the time to bring in your
plow work. We make any kind of
plow lays to it any kind of plow. C.
S. JohnsteU. 8tf
The dlace given by the young peo
ple at the Theckla hall last evening
was largely attended and proved a
very 7 joyable occasion.
A joint installation of the Eastern
Star and the Masonie Blue Lodge
will be held tomorrow night in the
lodge rooms. This will be a public
Mr. Sehadter of the Mercheat's
Sask ti lokin after the business of
tFarmers' Elevator across the slver
wuile Manager Sebise is in Minus
k T. Cashiag diapee4 of his lee
budglass few days g to - *WOW
Hilliard, and the latter is already
in charge of the excellent trade
which Mr. Cushing has worked up.
The big annual ball of the Glen
dive Fire Department will be given
on Tuesday evening next, Dec. 31.
Tickets may be obtained from any
of the members.
No. 1,006 won the prize at the
drawing at Bert Johnson's store,
which was held on the 24th, but the
person holding the ticket has not
yet shown up to claim the prize.
The Christmas music will be repeat
ed at the Episcopal church next Sun
day. The services will be at the usu
al times, 11 a. m., and 4 p. m. Sunday
school at the regular hour.
H. C. Tyler of Portland, Oregon, a
brother of Mrs. A. E. Macnamara, is
here for a holiday visit with the Mac
namara family. He returns to Port
land after his sojourn here.
Karl's cafe, which was recently
closed by creditors, has been pur- 4
chased by Jack Kotaki, the genial
Japanese restaurateur, who now
controls the Home cafe, Turf Ex
change cafe and Karl's cafe.
The Chritmas dinner at the Hotel
Jordan last evening was a drawing
card for a great many of the residents
of the city. As usual, the repast was
one to reflect great credit on the man
agement of the Jordan cafe.
On account of lack of interest on
both sides, the contest cases of S. B.
Chappell and Albert Anderson
against J. M. Boardman have been
dropped. It is thought that this
will prove an end of the matter.
J. A. Buller of Bloomfield is in
the city on various business. He al
so brought in his brother, A. A.
Buller, and wife, who leave for Cali
fornia for the winter, in hopes of
benefitting Mrs. Buller's health.
P. C. Fluent of Charles City, Iowa,
arrived Thursday to spend the holidays
with his wife and the family of his
daughter, Mrs. Baldwin Consler. The
party paid a pleasant afternoon visit
to the Martin farmstead on Poverty
An interesting and exciting game of
basket ball is scheduled for the Rink
Theatre on next Monday evening, Dec.
30, when the Glendive city team will
test their mettle with the prowess
of the famous All Star team of
Dr. C. E. Dove has received word
from his wife, who has been visiting
in St. Lodis with her parents for
some time, that her father passed
away on Monday last. The old
gentleman was 73 years of age, and
had been in feeble health for some
E. S. Baer has been engaged by the
Great Northern railway company to
lay out the new towns on the exten
sion which the company is building
from New Rockford, N. D., to Lew
istown, Mont., through this coun
ty. The company is fortunate in its
selection, as Mr. Baer has had many
years of successful work in this line.
The concert by the Schubert Sym
phony club at the Op~ra House last
evening was attended by a small audi
ence, but all those beard it were Im
mensely pleased. The company has I
appeared here before and fully upheld I
the reputation it made at that time. 4
Every member of the company is an 4
artist of irst order.
Win. Davis of Retah passed away
at the Grace Hospital last week and 1
was buried on Friday afternoon in
the local cemetery. The cause of 1
his death was cereb meningitis i
and he was brought to the hospital i
to an unconsciow condition. Mr. I
Davis is survived by his wife and I
one chld. He was 38 Years of age.
Rementbr the big aenual ball siv
j nesxt, oDe I. a. ae a. em 4
Four Cylinder Gas Tractor
Miller & Jordan, Agents
Engine on hand for demonstration
UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING
The most complete line of Funeral Sup
plies carried in eastern Montana. For
Y prompt attention
e Phone No. 15. or No. 22 or No. 26B
Solicits Your Patronage. New Equipment. First Class
Nurses. Fine Private Rooms. Ward Rates Moderate.
MISS ALICE SALISBURY, Supt.
Dan J. Donohue, M. D.
J. H. Hunt, M. D.
A. L Hammerel, M. D.
Light. Your Kice iha
J Ayb Bracket L.amp
Sometimes in the kitchen or elsewhere you need a lamp held
high, where it will light the whole room, and be out of the
reach of children.
The Rayo Bracket Lamp is made for exactly this purpose. It is
one of the famous Rayo Family-the best kerosene lamps made.
A clear, white light, steady, diffsed. A strong, substantial bracket, easily
affied to the wall. The lamp is inexpensive. Economical. Lighted without
remnovlng chimney or shade. Rayo Lamps are made in various styles and
bralPurposes. A: Dealers Everywhere
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY
year out and the new in. Come out
and assist the boys in a worthy cause.
Tickets may be obtained from any of
the members. This ball will doubt
less eclipse any previous efforts of
Free lots, 50 by 150 feet in size,
will be given in Stipek, the ccming
city of Montana, to all who will erect
a residence of at least 4 or 5 rooms.
The town now has 3 elevators, school,
lumber yard, general store, post
office, meat market, restaurant, ho
tel, blacksmith shop, livery stable,
and harness shop. Coal mines right
at the door. For full information call
on or write, J. J. Stipek, the promot
er, Glendive, Mont. 8t40
The marriage of Arnold Hulling
and Miss Marie Wetsel took place last
Thureday afternoon at the borne of
Ole Woling in this city, Rev. Gref
then performiag the ermany which
united the yoma people. Those at
tending the costractiag parties were
Miss 6go Kaibueg and Jao. Rolllng,
a Wother of groom. Mr. and Mrs.
Holliag departed the same evening
fsr a weding trip with Wiaconsin
rslativew, On their retaur they will
iiake r tees ecn a term mar Glen
t Brilliancy in its most exquisite
colorings is only one of the many
virtues contained in the
which I am now shopping. If
yeo are thinking of giving some
one a diamond, remember this
I have diamonds at al pres.
.wer Massmic Temple