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the YELLOWSTONE MONITOR
THE OFFICIAL PAPER OP DAWSON COUNTY
CLENDIVE. MONTANA. THURSDAY. February 26. 1914
For Electric Plant
plans for New Power Plant Now
Being Considered—Contracts to
Be Let in March
an« and specifications have been
1( j f,,| the new electric light
ijfh will he started as soon as
ii./ season opens. The new
II |„- Prated a block south of
dill ol tin' end of the road
city. On ac
i(fl r (if tin* la\
I, ich (lie new
j the ground on j
enterprise is to be 1
will he little need of j
I he new equipment is
(St and will he as new and j
lotlem in tli** way of machinery, as j
,,dibl<'. The new onterprize will be !
irge i'timigh to supply a city of sev- j
,. r ;il tliuiisanil people.
Hip (iroinoters of the work realise
îhit Gl^idivc is on the move commer
iiiallv and intend to spare no expense
v, mak<* their new establishment most
niplHi? in every detail. Aside from I
most convenient method of handling
One and Two Year Farm Loans. Several Thousand Dollars
To Loan on Short Time Paper. One Mortgage: Interest 10 per cent. Other Priviledges. Long Time Loans if Wanted. Money ready promptly
on Completion of Papers. See the SECURITY LOAN & TITLE COMPANY, EXCHANGE STATE BANK BUILDING. Write or Telephone.
Pass it Along. ........ - H. A. SAMPLE, Manager
Monitor Automobile Contest
Is nut conducted by some Cheap Out-Of-Town
I'iann Factory. The MONITOR is runnning its
\Vi• Imy the Car and turn it over to the Winner.
Until the Car is placed on exhibition, it can
b*' seen at any time at Ed Haskell's Garage.
To Further Increase Its Rapidly Growing Circulation
THE YELLOWSTONE MONITOR
Is Offering a Prize of a Handsome, Electric Lighted, Electric Starter, 1914 Model B 25
BUICK 5 Passenger Touring Car, to the Man, Woman or Child Receiving the Largest Number
of Votes in this MONITOR AUTOMOBILE CONTEST Which Opens at Once.
Everybody Is Invited. To Get In
"Every Dollar Counts One Hundred"
VALUE OF CERTIFICATES
Six Months, $1.00 counts 200 votes
One Year, $2.00 counts 400 votes
Three Years or longer, every dollar counts
300 additional votes.
Subscriptions In Arrears
Every Dollar collected counts 100 votes
Job Work And Advertising
Every Dollar collected counts 100 votes
1 1'hero will be one capital prize—a 1914 model,
I'd h K, 5- passenger Touring car valued at $1,150.
fMlit*r i.iizes will be announced later.
*■ D>is contest will be often to all men, wpmên
an, i children of reputable character. Employes and
Hâtives of employes of the MONITOR are poa;
Uve, y prohibited from entering this contest; also
1 hurohos, schools and secret organizations.
Everybody is entitled to nominate a candidate,
l"-t setui the name and address of contestant you
d * 8irp - to the MONITOR office. This will entitle
' K party to 5000 votes and the name will be entered
a * a candidate.
b No votes will he accepted unless accompanied
iy money collected.
( 1 hvory contestant, not a prize-winner, re*
" ai,l,n K iu 'tively in the contest, from the time of
lîNT,L THE CLOSE WILL BE GIVEN
Mlml, lN CASH fivk pee CENT OF ALL THE
* TURNED IN BY THEM personally dur
,n( ' u * life of the contest. „
,1 * I 1 * Uet ' jmlges will he selected, who will count
M , ots antJ check the records and announce the
° mf U | candidates. £ T '
L * |lt
This Buick Model B 25 is valued at $1,150.00 delivered in Glendive
iqp II AC. The Delco System Self-Starter and Electric Lights. Nickel Trimmed Lampa,
1 1 ft A O."Electric Horn, Robe Rail, Extra Demountable Rim, Tire Irons,
Mohair Top and Dust Hood, Rain Vision Wind Shield. See Yellowstone Garage Display Ad ih W*
issue for full description.
To enter this contest, all you have to do is to cut out this coupon, fill in your contestant's
name and address, send it to the MONITOR office and tben get hnsf and work.
Ask as tar a
Free Nominating Coupon
good for sooo votes
The Monitor Contest Editor
NAME . ... .......... ............-...............
. P. o. aldkess....................................
IN YOUR MONITOR AUTOMOBILE CONTEST
One ftamfaatind Coup««» I* Cotintefc for Eacb Contestant
srpo IT NOW
USE THLS COU PON FOR NOMINATING ONLY #
7. THE BALLOT BOX will remain in the
office of the MONITOR until two weeks before the
close of the contest when it will be removed to some
business house on Merrill Ave. During these two
weeks the Ballot Box will be securely locked and
sealed and votes will not be counted, so that one
candidate will not have any knowledge of wlmt
another candidate is doing.
8. During the time that the Ballot Box is in the
MONITOR office,.Hie votes shall be counted once a
week* and the Any errors
made from week to
and all errors in count, at any time, will
by laying the matter before the Contest
Vofee are not transferable after being cast.
Candidates can mail tneir votes to
esndfâfttes direct or to the Monitor Contest Manager.
11. No canditate will be permitted to lead an
epfwnant by more than 10,000 votes in any one week.
Jggch may hold as many votes in reserve as desired.
. 12. CERTIFICATES will be issued in various
denominations for payment of subscriptions, etc.,
seconding to the schedule announced elsewhere.
the fuel and the refuse is a huge
smoke stack of concrete which will
tower up to a height of 175 feet. Two
months will be allowed for its con
struction. The contract for construc
tion of the plant will be let in March.
It will take at least four months be
fore the new enterprise will be ready
G. I. A. Ladies Banqueted
Twenty- two members of the G. I. À.
journeyed to Forsyth on Friday and | ^
were royally entertained by the mem
bers of the B . of L. E of that city.
Aside from the regular entertainment ! w
cards and dancing were the order of
the evening. Toasts were rendered
by Dan Sinclair, E. E. Dennis and
Mrs. Campbell, Pres, of the G . 1. A. h :
of Glendive. The high scores at
^ rea ^ er
w *^ P oot support, at this
cards were Mrs. S. E. Burns, who
won first. pri2e, and Miss Margaret
Barry and Mrs. C. M. Steele who won
Following the entertainment the
gathering was served with a sumptu
; ous banquet. The Masonic hall was
I fitting decorated for the occasion and
the music was very much appreciated
j by all present.
' Professionals Win Fourth Straight
It was one continual round of pleas
ure for both teams on last Tuesday
evening when the professionals took
the demoralized Northern Pacific pro
teges into camp by ihe score of 25 to
17. ''String" Thresher was on the
, , . , . ... j
rubber for the vanquished and before
one man was out had things pretty
™ . h '" ,,w " r y - Aft T ° ne m * n !
had struck out however, there was a :
mingled number of inis and runs and
stolen bases as a result of his cannon- j
ade. The professionals were on their j
mettle and had it not been for the lack \
of condition it is safe to say that the j
, ,. ... , !
number of runs would have been even |
I lie N. P. boys however, j
were there in the last two or three j
frames. It looked as though Foley, I
stage of I
, . . . . , , . _ ,
the b » tt,e " as <loome<1 t0 meet h,s firflt ;
defeat of the seas,m ' "'hen the pro-,
feshes realized that, in spite of the j
h : gh score, they might lose the old j
game, they tightened up and what j
promised to be a garrison finish for
the eoQMiion carrier men tightened up j
and soon brought the gory game to a I
In the absence of Foss, Healy acted
as the third sacker for the profession- j
al constituents and did admirably, j
His hitting aided materially in the
number of scores rolled up by the
Standing of Contestants In The
Monitor Auto Contest
Edna* Kronkright................13475 :
, aura ............ 5000
L niie Jonas _ .....
Mildred Wiekland ... ^ ... ! 5000
Bernice R .............
Agnes UMoy|)(> ................ 1802 5
Ressie Babcock 5400
E rank Miskimen..................7400
Prank Hl)(?he8 ................... 9nao
Margaret Brody............ 9230
Ne ^ ie Ballantine................5000
The following contestants have:
been nominated for the Monitor auto j
contest. The winner of the contest j
will be awarded a 1914 Model, self;
starting Buick Automobile.
Pillian Guy......................5180 j
VVm. Schiller ............... 19745
W. C. Wodke................12000
Mahle Ryan.................... 5800
Judge Loud was a visitor in the
city on Wednesday.
Charity Ball Proves
A Grand Success
Big Social Event of the Season Well
Attended-Proceeds to be Donated
To Charitable Purposes
j last at Krug Hall, the occasion being
Charity Ball given under the
The most notable social eventof the!
season took place on Friday evening
auspices of the ladies of the city. The
hall was most fitting decorated with
appropriate floral designs which lent
tone and harmony to the rendevoua of
more than fifty couples whose presence j
was the occasion of a most enjoyable !
evenings entertainment. The .ladies'
display of many beautiful gowns were j
indeed worthy of appreciation. The j
grand march was led by Judge and
Mrs. Hurley. The music was fur
nished by the Glendive orchestra and
was very much appreciated by the
The ladies who have been instru
mental in bringing about this worthy
event are to be congratulated upon
their success in making it one which
should he long remembered by all
who were given an opportunity to as
sist in making an event of this kind a
j refreshments amounted to
! leaving a balance of $215.00.
The ladies of the association wish
j to thank all those who purchased
j tickets, also those who gave their
grand social success.
The receipts from the sale of tickets
were $290.00 and the expenditures for
music, rent of hall, decorations and
time to assist them in their
tions for the hall.
In the future the Annual Charity
Ball will he held at sometime during
the autumn season.
Attorney J. W. Farr of Miles City
was a business visitor in the city on