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real ESTATE AND LIVE trtxfc DEALERS FARM LANDS tlTY PROPERTY HORSES, CATTLE AND SHEEP List your property with ns. Commissions right Dion <SL Herrick Office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank Glendive, - • Montana ■■■ ..... —- ....... ■■■ ..... — TIME CARD TRAINS. ! j .. .. . I U I endive, Mont. Arrive Depart 5:15 A. M. 5:55 P. M. P. M. *y < " st 1 bound .............5:05 A. M. 2 ......................5:45 P. M. >°- l .....................10:10 P. M. No. XS7 ............ P-M. 6:46 A.M. Freight No. 801 .................... 6:15 A. M. Hast bound :-.......... 11;05 ^ M nî 15 A.M. ............2:00 A.M. 2:10 A.M. v ' g ...................... 4:45 A. 1C Freight NoV 800...................... .«.*00 A. 1C ^Nos. 7 and 8, between Glendire add Cf PSLlll Nos. 187 and 188, local between Olendlve and Billings. " Valley Branch N* 0 . 202— Glendive to Sidney, depart 7*00 A M. No. ' 201— Sidney to Glendive, arrive ° Northern Pacific Express money orders n.r sale Bankable anywhere. A V CLELAND, G. P. A, St. Paul. Minn. % j. BUCHNER, Agent, Glendive MonL BBCTmt s of to Razors keen, towels clean—Houck's —nuff sed. A. J. Foss of Wibaux was a visitor in town this week. Buy your films at Wing's Studio j and have them developed for 10 cents a roll. All sizes. 6-tf Attorney John Hurley of Glasgow, * n was a business visitor in the city yesterday. Don't throw away your tires and tubes. We make them as good as new. Red Trail Vulcanizing Co. 3-tf. Attorney Clarence Miller of Circle was a professional visitor in the city Tuesday and yesterday. M., J. W. Barclay of Yates, the WibaUx loo, county commisisoner, was a visitor in the city last Friday, coming up in his car ' ing Varnish preserves paint, Paint pre serves wood. Varnish ahd paint pre- it serves your dough if you know where to go—See C. S. Johnston. 44-tf. "The Man of the Hour," in which Robert Warwick the popular star toôk er the leading role at the New Orpheum Theatre Sunday night, was without doubt one of the most enjoyable photo pa\ s ever shown in this city. the The J. G. T. Club held their regular tion bimonthly meeting last week at the year, home of Mr. and Mrs. Seele. Twenty that members were present and occupid 5 ♦ > i- Mr. and Mrs. August J. Colin San " on both first prizes. The Club will lold its last meeting of the season wdhin the next ten days. | for In the Early Days The traveler carried hard coin and ran the constant risk of loss. Experience and study have produced a better way. Travelers' Cheques of the AMERICAN BANKERS ASSOCIATION which are safe and easy to carry, identify the holder wherever he travels and are ' ' good as gold ' ' for payment of hotel, trans portation and other travel charges. Cashed at par EVERYWHERE Jukt ^hät you need if you go to the EXHÖSttTÖN. Issued by The First National Bank of Glendive r« , L t ? d .^ tatcs Hepositsry Capita! and Surplus' $100,000 Member of the Federal Reserve Beak ÉBMÉÉN ! ....... Applications received forN.P. lands, Miller & Jordan. E L. Whitney of Circle was a visit ! j or in the city on Monday. I For firm Loans ~$eeL. A. Fisher. Office oVerMoore'sPool w»n, 48*tf I County Commisfoner Prank J. Wink- 1 1er of Circle was In town today. I For Auto Painting, See C. S. John ***** " r * 0 an l^ r ?: _?l^ * TOO * a were up | from Savage last Friday. Highest prices paid for all kinds of hides at the City Meat Market 8-tf Mrs. E. L. McClatchie of Circle was visiting with friends in the city on Monday. We sell Eastman film and will de velop any roll we sell for 10 cents. Wing's Studio. George F. Piper, the new Dawson County Agriculturist, left yesterday for a short trip to Paxton. Cleanliness is next to Godliness try Houck's bath tubs for the right kind of a bath. A food sale was held for the benefit of the Ladies Aid of the Lutheran Church last Saturday in the Rivenes Hardware store. Don't overlook the "Want" column of the Monitor, to buy or sell, put 5 * tf J If you have anything j lt il in tbe Monitor's Want column. It gets results. r. and Mrs. George P. De Long, a j Parents of Mrs. R. H. Watson, left for I their home in St. Paul, on No. 2 Tues day, after spending an enjoyable week * n this city, The Ladies of the Methodist Church M., for the benefit of the church. Don't miss those fine hot biscuits. give a May Breakfast Saturday morning from 6:30 until 9 o'clock A.| Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Phillips of Fair-1 We ? ln t0Wn Tuesday ' Mrs * ot Phillips leaving yesterday for Watei loo, Iowa, for a short visit with her re latives in that city, city, J* H. Mosher, the jeweler, is build ing an addition to his residence on east Hughes Street, planning to have it finished by the time his family re turns from the coast this fall, Mr. and Mrs. William Jans of the Glendive Farm, had their little daught er christened on Sunday at the Zion Lutheran Church. The little one was named Lillian Estelle Jans, it has been suggested that in case the Chamber'Of Commerce will saner tion a Fourth of July celebration this I year, we get the moving picture films that were taken last fair time, and which are now being shown at the San Francisco fair. These pictures could be shown free at the two play I houses, if the Chamber buys them out | | for the day. Valuable Papers % should be kept in a safety deposit vault, where they will be safe from fire and burglars. We would be glad to furnish one for $1.75 per year. Other banking business will be appreciated. Exchange State Bank of Glendive CAPITAL,, $75,000.00 Éfe Patronize the New Barber Shop in the Dion Building. 7-tf County Commissioner Hedley Rob inson was in town Monday. Art Fritsch of Hodges was a visitor I in Glendive on Monday with his family. 1 All kinds of dressmaking at reduced I prices. Mrs. S. Alexander, 212 Barry street 6-tf. Attorney George C. Hanson has up | just purchased a 5-passenger Buick auto. of John McAfee of the John Leslie Paper Co., of Minneapolis, was a busi ness visitor in the city on Tuesday. Don't fail to see that funny little comedian, Charley Chaplin, at the New Orpheum 'theatre next Tuesday night. Herman Schwartz of Lindsay is still J in town recuperating from the effects of an accident in which he suffered a broken collar bone. NOTICE—Bring in your sheep pelts while the price is high. Henry Schmidt of the City Meat Market will pay you the right price for them. 3-tf. Mrs. J. H. Mosher and daughter left last week for the coast where they intend to spend the entire summer, and take in both the big expositions., Fred J. Ober of the Miles Theatre j n Miles City was a visitor in the city yesterday, coming in on the dinkey and leaving for hime this morning a f ter visiting with his many friends I here, It is understood that John Arlington the plumber and Peter Hazelbrook the painter, have engaged Jessen's old furniture store, where they will con duct a modern plumbing and painters' supp i y shop> Joseph A. Borden of Spirit Lake, Idaho, western representative of the United Typothetae and Franklin Clubs ot America, was a business visitor in the city early in the week, calling on the printing fraternity, Howard Melaney, the local tenor, is holding down a clerkship at L. H. Bachman's Billiard Hall from six o'clock in the morning until noon; while John Shea takes charge of the popular establishment from noon un til midnight. a ies I at the new city hall, Too bad that John Bunny, the fam ous moving picture actor, is dead, the We were in hopes of seeing him again shortly at the New Orpheum Theatre I in the General Film Company's pro | ductions, as soon as he had filled his Jack LaBarge the expert public ac countant and systematizer, who has been employed for the county during the past two months, straightening out the new county systems, is now doing some special work on the city books theatrical engagement. W. E. Ricker of mandan, traveling representative of a large St. Paul gro cery house, was a visitor in the city on Tuesday and yesterday. Mr. Rick er was in Mandan when the burglar who is thought to be the one wanted in this city was captured. When the Jolly Pulls Company, an aggregation of magicians and hypno tists, saw what a slim crowd they hacl at the Arcade Opera House Sunday night, they refused to play, and the few people who were in the house were given their money back. A linen shower was given on Miss Nellie Brennen on Tuesday evening by a party of 24 of her friends, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jack Young. Miss Brennen received many beauti ful articles, the most of which were handworked by the ladies themselves. Everybody reported having a nice time. Fred Fritsch of Sandwich, Ills., fath er of Art, Walter and Frank Fritsch of Hodges, was reported as being so ill last week that Frank left for his old home to visit him. Word has just been received by the boys that their parent, who is 75 years of age, is much better and now apparently out of danger. Messrs. T. F. Hagan, Dr. Dap J. Donohue, A. C. Ross and H. T. Allen, left on No. 3 yesterday afternoon for Miles City where they attended a special meeting of the Elks in that qity. It is pretty generally understood that the Miles City Elks were going to try to put a stop to the proceedings l&ding up to the granting of a charter for the establishment of a lodge in this city, and the visit of the gentle men referred to was for the purpose of giving their reasons in person why the Gate City Lodge should be allowed ! to exfeL of 30 L. the the in I Good time now to get the Old Boat 1 painted up. See C. S. Johnston. 44-tf Mrs. John Mack spent Monday in Miles City visiting her daughter. Sheriff Billy Arkle of Sidney was a visitor in the city last Saturday. Dan McCabe, the popular Poverty Flat farmer, drove to town last Friday in his open farm barouche. Highest prices paid for Coyote bounty, Wolf hides, Cow hides and all other kinds of hides, B. F. Daw son. 39-tf We notice that the city is operating their split log road drag on the streets, making the first trip early Monday morning. . Marie Heide, cashier at the Hotel Jordan, will leave on No. 2 Monday for a short visit with relatives and friends in Minneapolis. You will be satisfied with the Hair cutting, Shaving and Massaging at the New Barber Shop in the Dion Building. 7 -tf David Rivenes of the' Rivenes Hard ware Company, bought a new 5-pass enger Ford auto early in the week from »the Yellowstone garage. Mrs. Lee Jenkins of Arnegard, N. D., formerly Miss Lottie Henderson of this city, was a visitor in the city last Friday leaving for home Monday. Amateur Photographers, have your finishing done at home. Get Wing's price list. Films developed for 10 cents and up to 20 cents per roll. Prints and Post Cards according to size. 5-tf Before we suffer an ignominious death at the hands of some of our Odd Fellow friends, we hasten to make a correction of a slight error on our part in last week's issue, regarding the ceremonies of their order last Wednesday. We stated that the Lad ies prepared and served the banquet, only to find out later that the men are responsible for this part of the pro gram. But then it is just like the men to want all the credit for every thing they do. City Clerk August J. Colin tells us that the new shades for all the win dows in the city hall have arrived and are in place. They are operated by a new patent which permits them to be rolled up from either the top or bottom of the sash. The Glendive Automobile Club ex tends all owners of automobiles an in vitation to join in a short run on Sun to in day, May 9th, starting from Haskell's I Garage at 9 o'clock A. M. Every body come and bring lunch anti cups 0n as coffee will be furnished. Glendive Automobile Club. 11-2* |' Mrs. George Brandt and son Donald Mrs. George Brandt and son Donald Frederick, late of Fryburg, N. D., but now of Bridger, Montana, where her husband is in the moving picture busi ness, arrived in the city last Thurs day and left for the west on No. 1, Monday. While here she visited with Miss Sellers. Our Percheron Stallions have ar rived at Allard. Can be inspected at any time at our new barn at the sta tion. They consist of seven registered Percherons from two to eight years old, weighing up to 1900 lbs. Will sell or trade for anything you have to offer. These horses are raised and acclimated in North Dakota and should j prove good breeders for this country. Your inspection is invited. A. S. Foss & Son, Allard, Montana. ll-3p The Highland Spring Water Com pany, of which J. G. Brubaker of this city is proprietor, have just had is sued a most interesting circular des cribing the advantages of Crystal Spring Water. It is a four-page semi-1 booklet, attractively printed, and calls | attention to the danger to health re suiting from the use of river or well water which has become polluted mid of which one is unaware until sick ness results from its use. The ci7 cuiar is well worth reading and pre serving for future reference. Theodore Burge, foreman for the Minneapolis Bridge Co., has been in town since Monday, preparatory to taking up the work of building about | 30 bridges for the county. Ten men will comprise the crew, among whom will be W. A. Kingman, now with L. G. Kinch the proprietor of the Mer chants' Delivery Service. The auto belonging to the outfit Is at Sidney, the cook car is at Intake and the Pile Driver is at Senator McCone's ranch. These will have to be assembled before the party starts out, which will be the first next week. UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING The most complete line of Funeral Sup plies carried in eastern Montana. For prompt attention , Phone No. 15» or No. 22 or No. 26B LOWE. BROTHERS, Glendive, Mont. a »Safety Should be Your Slogan—You Can Practice it by Drinking Crystal »Spring Water Bottled at the Springs by HigHland Spring Water Co* J. G. BRUBAKER, Prop. PHONE 41-B « J MB : Curtain rods in colors! You can now select your curtain rods to harmonize with your curtains and draperies. Before purchas ing rods for any purpose, come in and let us show you the many advantages of the Flat Rods —for curtains and draperies—in colors to match your woodwork or draperies The new Kirsch Flat Rods are coated with "Bon Ebur" cover ing (good as ivory) which is guaranteed not to crack, peel or chip, and you have your choice of many striking colors. With your curtains and draperies hung on Kirsch Flat Rods you are positive that they will never become soiled. The Kirsch Flat Rod is guaranteed not to sag or tarnish. We bave the single, double and triple rods, you will find a Kirsch Flat Rod to meet your require* ments, at a price often lower than inferior rods. We also have the Kirsch Stair Rod. Let us help you plan the decorations of your home *1 Tom Alexander of Forsyth was In town Monday. George Harvey and wife autoed in to town yesterday. Jonah Johnson of Deer Creek was in the city yesterday. Joe Demi of Deer Creek was in town I yesterday getting some supplies. Ed ' Grabam of Stipek was calling 0n friends in this city on Tuesday, B ' . J ' Babcock and Tom Rutherford |' Vere in tbe city Tuesday after supplies: Attorney Walter Flachsenhar of Terry was a visitor in Glendive on Tuesday. Wm. F. Hromas, the general store keeper of stipek, was a visitor in the city Tuesday. Miss Frances Kuttz left on No. 2 Tuesday for a trip to the Twin Cities and will spend the summer at Buffalo Lake, Minn. J. R. Wood of Circle, one of the most popular contractors in the Redwater Valley, was a business visitor in the city on Tuesday. Williard Simpson of Mott, N. D., has M ust been a PP° in ted manager of the j Gc<dden t Elevator at Stipek, succeed ing Wm * Sullivan. Bernice Kempton is back from her enjoyable trip to the California Ex posltions and Honolulu, as the guest of tbe Butte Miner, Mrs. Joe Devltt of Savage, was in town to-day. She stated that they bave sold their hotel at Savage and will shortly move to Terry where the | couple will go into business, Enterprise Furniture And Undertaking Co. E. D. Giltner LICENSED EMBALMER IN CHARGE Phone—Day No. 122 Beautiful Chapel—and Complata Lina of Funeral Suppliea FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOUS ATTENTION Night—No. 71-R or Ne. 1341 THECKLA BLOCK #§5 Fred Ober of Miles City on the oc casion of his visit yesterday stated that the New Orpheum Theatre was a somewhat larger house than his. C. E. Miller the land man sold the John Bamber place located below Sat tlers Ranch to Bert Nicolussi of this, city, the consideration being $20 per acre. George Brindle's brother and sis ter-in-law from Genoa, Wis., arrived in town yesterday and will spend part of the summer at Mr. Brindle's place on Deer Creek. George Pederson and family moved out to their homestead, near Circle on Sunday. Mr. Pederson will build a new garage and sell his famous Em pire Automobiles in the Redwater Val ley town. The delinquent tax sale of the city property which owners have allowed to go by default by the non-payment of their taxes, is being held to-day at the city hall. It is more than likely that the most of it will have to be bid in by the city. A. S. Foss of Allard was in town Tuesday on matters in connection with the coming sale of the Glendive Horse Sales Company. Mr. Foss stated that he has just received a carload of Per cheron stallions which he had shipped in from North Dakota. Mr. Foss has just completed the erection of a large barn, 28x64 feet, with a spacious hay loft, and is also building a large resi dence and general store in his home town.