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REAL ESTATE and live stock dealers FARM LANDS city property HORSES, CATTLE AND SHEEP I# your property with us. Commissions right Dion (Si Herrick Office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank CMi«> Montana ^^TIMECARD —or— *(JJ TRAINS. ^Clïàr Glendive, Mont. —Arrive Depart Westbound — 5 ; i2 a. M 5:22 A. M. Vo 1 ........................ 45 P. M. 5:55 P. M. Vo. 3 ......................... 10:10 P. M. P. M. Vo. 7 •.................. 6:45 A. M. V'o. 1^" vn' sfll 6:15 A.M. Freight No. 801 ...... rjjtbound. 10*55 A. M. 11:05 A. M. No. 2 ........................ i:55A.M. 2:05 A.M. Vo. 4 ........................ 5:45 A. M. Vo. *_„• ....................... 4:05 P. M. Vo. 188 6:00 A.M. Fre^ht ^ ^ ^ between Glendive and St,^ g7 and 188, local between Glendive and Billing 8 - Val) Branch Vo 202—Glendive to Sidney, depart 7 i'o A ' 201—Sidney to Glendive, Arrive 4 Northern Pacific Expre.e money ordere N ,«ie ' Bankable anywhere. U rt eland, G. P. a., St. Paul. Minn. M j .BUCHNER, Agent, Glendiva Mont. CT .—i RREYIl m _:=□ Applications received for N.P. lands, Miller A Jordan. Forest Hopkins and family of Pax ton were in town yesterday. For farm Loans see L. A. Fisher. Office over Lee's Pool Hall. 48-tf. Richard Libby of Bluff creek was in town last week on business. Are you in love? Ask the Zartoons. Orpheum theatre this week. Pete Paulson of Union was in with a load of grain on Tuesday. Bill Brody of Bloomfield was in town Tuesday on business, making the trip via auto. Gasoline has advanced one cent. Price now for filtered gasoline is 20y 2 c. Haskell Auto & Supply Co. 38-1t Cap. Ed. LaRue of the Toggery in Sidney, was a business visitor in the city on Monday. Elmer Martineson, justice of the peace, returned Tuesday morning from a short visit with relatives at Mercer, N.D. Mrs. Grace Gilmore left on the Val ley train yesterday morning for Sid ney, having been advised of illness in the family of her brother, Ira Ben don. Hon. E. A. Thompson, the Lindsay Literary Light and Knight of the Shears and Razoo, lias been in town since last week looking after his in terests in the city after harvesting a bumper crop on his homestead. C. B. Imhoff, the jeweler and optic ian whose new store is located in the •teaslev Block, has just received his display cases and expects to have his Dew and complete line of jewelry, matches and silverware in place by the first of next week. Sol E. Heren and family of Miles 1 y came in on the train Sunday and d ter 8pendiD g the day with Mrs. Mack in family left Monday in a brand new ^little 6, purchased from the Has Auto & Supply Co. Jr ur p ^ ot °g ra PHers, have your • '" g done at home. Films de 3 toe ' 10 cents Per roll; prints from man fil 1 *" 18 according t0 size. East or rent mS ^° r ^ Kodaks for sale hd i, Work call * d for and deliv 8 Studio. Phone 212. 17-tf a in FOLLOW SOME PLAN Neither a house nor a bank account can be built without some definite and systematic plan ' an d neither will amount to anything unless the plan is followed. ^ as ^ e in your savings account a fixed sum each month or a certain percentage of y°ur income and let no temptation induce you to "touch" it. Watch it grow by ac Cu mulation with interest. ONLY FIFTY CENTS thus each day will amount to over $1,047 in five years. Prove this by experi ment. Bank C * WTAL * m# WHPIIIS $100,000.00 UNITE0 STATES DEPOSITARY Member ef «be Federal Keeenre Seek Try a ton of Owl Creek coal. Mar tin & Myers. Phone 16. 24-tf. Guy Lowe was out to Deer Creek country on Sunday. Razors keen, towels clean— Houck's —nuff sed. W. B. Shepard of Union was in town last Saturday on business matters. Have you lost any money? Ask the Zartoons. Orpheum this week. Miss Margaret Brody of Circle was a visitor in the city this week. Buy your films at Wing's Studio and have them developed for 10 cents a roll. All sizes. 25-tf. Peter Dryer the big sheepman of Horse Creek was in town today in his auto. County Commissioner Andrew Lar son was out in the Deer Creek coun try last week inspecting roads. Auto repairing; battery charging; engine overhauling; best work; and prompt service. Statham's Repair Shop. 20-tf. Manager R. A. Doty of the Lahr Motor Sales Co., advises that he re ceived another car load of Overlands the 1916 models, on Tuesday. Remember Wm. Schall's big Auc tion sale on Monday, Nov. 8th, near Kinsey on the Glendive-Fallon road. Nothing reserved. 37-2p. Orville Osmundson of Bluff creek was in town last week with Gus Schlicht of Hungry Point ranch on Deer Creek, for a short business visit. Mrs. S. E. Burns and Miss Mary Barrett entertained at the home of the former last evening. Whist was played after which refreshments were par taken of. Dr. Riesland, the eyesight special ist, arrived in town yesterday and will be at the Hotel Jordan until to morrow (Friday) treating his many patients for eye troubles. R. H. Zempel of Fall Creek, Wis., arrived in town yesterday on No. 1 to look after his land holdings in Daw son county and to visit his son-in-law, August Koepke of east of Lindsay, who came into town to meet him. No matter what a man's personal politics may be he certainly ought to be able to get a few minutes real pleas ure each week out of Congressman Tom Stout's weekly letter which ap pears exclusively in the Monitor—that is, if he is at all human. , M. A. Thorsen, the Circle banker, was in the city early in the week, leav ing on Tuesday for Miles City and re turning today. Mr. Thorsen advises that the new Circle hotel will be com pleted and thrown open to the public in about three weeks' time. It is understood that the Rev. C. W. MacWilliams, for the past two years rector of St. Matthew's Episcopal church, has resigned his pastorate to take effect December 1. It is not def initely known at this time who is to take his place nor where he will be lo cated. The great railroad play, "The Jug gernaut," with Earle Williams and Anita Stewart in the principal roles, which was shown at the Orpheum theatre on Tuesday, drew the largest crowds that ever attended a moving picture production on one day in the history of the city, more than 600 paid admissions being registered on the ticket booth machine for the three per formances. Valuable Papers shodd be kept ie a safety deposit rault, where they will be safe from fire aad burglars. We would be (kd to fnraisb one for $1.75 per year. Other b«nltm g will be appreciated. Exchange State Bank of Glendive CAPITAL, $75,000.00 Have you loet a watch? Ask the Zar toone. Orpheum this week. Highest prices paid for all kinds of hides at the City Meat Market 8-tf George W. Davison, the Paxton auto liveryman, was in town last week-end. Try a cut of the new "Mocha" cake on Saturday only at Rankin's Sanitary Bakery. 33 . 1 t Mrs. Foster, of the Quality Shop has something new to show her customers in the way of fancy pillows for holiday gifts. Mrs. M. G. Danskin was operated on for appendicitis last Friday at the Glendive General hospital by Dr. Beach. The patient is getting along nicely at this writing. Pat Smith of Brockway, formerly known as the "Sage of Circle" and an acknowledged admirer of William Jen nings Bryan, has been in town since last Saturday visiting friends and transacting fall business. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Sample, parents of Harry Sample of the Security Loan & Title Co., arrived in town last Sun day from their home at Clyde Park, Mont, for a short visit with the Glen dive banker. The couple are on their way to Indiana to visit their old home. Dr. Riesland, the eye and sight spec ialist, well known for his superior ability in fitting eyes and grinding glasses, will be at the Hotel Jordan Nov. 3 to 5. See him if you are in need of the services of a specialist of ability and long experience. 35-tf. Tom Simmons, formerly head clerk at the Hotel Jordan but now merely a poor hard-working homesteading hon yacker, was in town Monday from his Hardscrabble ranch for a load of sup plies. Tom said that his crop this year far exceeded his most sanguine expectations, or words to that effect. Another bubble bursted! No sooner do we write up the most alluring ar ticle imaginable on the prospects of the newly organized school of Short hand and Typewriting that the princi pal in the new enterprise is ordered out of her apartments by the landlord and out of the city by the police. Stung again! One of Luke McLuke's squibs in the Monitor is so good that we cannot re frain from re-printing it: "Every now and then in your wanderings you run into a man who gives you the impres sion that he is wearing long silk stock ings and a gauze undershirt with baby blue ribbons in it." Officer take him out. W. C. Henderson, County Surveyor R. T. Hurdle and Mrs. I. C. Attix went in to Miles City last Thursday. Mr. Henderson spent a few days visiting with his family and attending to busi ness matters; Mr. Hurdle went to his home in Glendive, and Mrs. Attix spent the time doing some shopping and visiting with friends. They re turned to Jordan Monday evening.— Jordan Gazette. What is claimed to be the greatest and most interesting meeting to date of the Montana State Teachers' associ ation will be held at Great Falls from November 22 to 24. Besides the reg ular sessions of the organization, there will be meetings of the State Associ ation of School Trustees, Music Teach ers' Section, the Montana Council of Teachers of English, the Parent-Teach er association, and the Librarians. Wm. Haw and S. Sleiter of Sullivan were in town Tuesday with grain. Is your wife true to you? Ask the Zartoons. Orpheum this week. J. C. Harrison of Lindsay bought a Reo the 6th last Sunday from Has kell's garage. A sign in the Rivenes-Wester hard ware store reads: "If you want to talk war, join the army and get paid for it, Cleanliness is next to Godliness— try Houck's bath tubs for the right kind of a bath. 38-tf George Libby of Bluff Creek was in town last week after a load of gaso line for his son Raymond. Lee's Billiard Chips same as cash at the Sanitary Barber shop in the Dion block. 25-tf Tuesday is said to have established the season's record for the amount of grain hauled into the three elevators in this city. Miss Mabel Williams of Terry, the Prairie County Superintendent of Schools, was in town over Sunday visiting friends and left for her home the following day. Ole Wold of Black River Falls, Wis., was in town last week and paid a visit to his farm on Deer Creek which he has rented to Vernie Jones. Mr. Wold left for the east on No. 2 yesterday. Mrs. Charles Hilliard, who recently underwent a successful operation for appendicitis, performed by Dr. Dan J Donohue at the Glendive General hos pital, left the institution today, com pletely cured. Professor R. H. Brown, superintend ent of the public schools stated that he would be glad to co-operate with the city or chamber of commerce to see that a torch-light parade or mas querade pageant be gotten up for the school children next year in the ex pectation that the usual Hallowe'en depredations would thus be done away with. Next Thursday, November 11th, there will be held a big auction sale at the old Heuser ranch on 7-mile creek, by Mrs. Mary Heuser, admin istratrix, that promises to be a hum dinger in the way of a public sale. The sale, which will be cried by the popular bonded auctioneer, Bert Hock ens, will begin at 11 o'clock a. m., and there will be a free lunch served at noon. Tip Johnson, Jr., and Oscar Hagan, Jr. f both of Deer Creek were held up by a couple of strong arm men in this city last Wednesday night. Mr. John son was relieved of a gold watch and «4 in money, but when Mr. Hagan was commanded to throw up his hands, he did so, clutching a roll of bills in his fist that the highwaymen did not get. So far no arrests have been made nor any clues discovered that would lead to the arrest of the culprits. A fire which burned a hole in the lin oleum and floor under an over-heated kitchen range in the residence occu pied by H. F. Burkart and family, at the corner of River avenue and Ben ham street last Saturday morning at 10:15 o'clock, resulted in an alarm be ing tooted by the fire whistle to which the fire department responded in good time. "Burk" had the fire under con trol, however, by the time the appar atus arrived on the scene. There was only a few dollars damage done. It is rumored that the Daughters of Isabella are on the lookout for a hall or suite of rooms to be used as the organization's permanent headquar ters. It is more than likely that they will secure the old Dawson County club rooms In the Helms & Volkert building on west Bell street, which will be suitably painted and decorated for their benefit. If these quarters are se cured by this popular ladies organiza tion, they will probably sub-rent the rooms to other women's lodges and clubs on nights that they are not using them themselves. It is conservatively estimated that several hundred dollars worth of dam age was done to private and city prop erty last Saturday and Sunday nights by the Hallowe'en rowdies. Besides the destruction of sheds, fences, gates, wood walks and out buildings, consid erable damage was done to fine plate glass windows by the gritty soap which in many cases left disfiguring scratches. If the youth of this town need some sort of exercise to work out a superabundance of life and exuber ance, it has been suggested that they be introduced to a wood pile and a saw buck, which form of exercise is cer tainly not conducive to rowdyism or any other form of lawlessness. UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING The most complete line of Funeral Sup plies carried in eastern Montana. For prompt attention Plume No. 15» or No. 22 or No. 2€>B LOWE BROTHERS, Glendive» Mont. Is your husband true to you? Ask the Zartoons... Orpheum this week. Fred Pust of Burns was a Gate City visitor yesterday. An Auto Livery that you can depend on to get there and back on time. Statham's Auto Repair Shop. 20-tf. Attorney Andrew of Beach was a professional visitor in the City Mon day. Have you tried Rankin's tasty and wholesome Potato Bread? If not, why not? 38.1t Mr. Daniels, representing a large Minneapolis Fur concern, is exhibiting a fine line of goods at the Moore Mil linery Shop. Highest prices paid for Coyote bounty, Wolf hides, Cow hides and all other kinds of hides, B. F. Daw son. 39-tf George Pederson, the Circle auto dealer and agent for the Empire car, was in the city last Friday and Satur day on business. Wm. Schaal is going to have a big Auction sale on Nov. 8th at his farm limites southwest of Glendive on the Glendive-Fallon road. 37-2p We know a lot of people who, no matter how hard they try, will ever be able to say real fast: "Flesh of freshly fried fish." Try it yourself and see. Walter Halvorson, formerly connect ed with the Toggery at Sidney, is ex pected in today to take charge of the clothing department of J. H. Miskim en's store. Frank Petterson of Terry bought a Reo the 5th last Friday from the Has kell Auto & Supply Co., and had it driven home for him to the Prairie county seat by Miss Aurilla Drum mond. John M. Holmquist and Mary Erick son, both of Reeder, N. D„ were united in marriage Tuesday afternoon by Jus tice of the Peace Elmer Martineson. The couple left for the east yesterday on No. Z C. R. Hansen, formerly connected with the Glendive State bank in this city, but recently assistant cashier of one of the Fairview banking institu tions, was in town last week and this. Mr. Hillburn of Glendive and Liv ingston is at the Glendive General hospital undergoing medical treat ment for rheumatism and is getting along as well as can be expected. The county commissioners met at the court house on Monday and Tues day of this week for a brief session, the principal business being county road matters. J. J. Moriarity of Circle, who has been confined to the Glendive General hospital for several weeks past suf fering from a severe attack of typhoid, is reported as improving rapidly and will soon be discharged. Little Elizabeth Baker, aged 7 years, daughter of Mayor A. A. Baker, had the misfortune of breaking a bone in her forearm last week. The injured member was set by Dr. A L. Hammer el and the little one is getting along nicely. William E. Steinman and Miss Ma hala E. Bryan were united in marri age yesterday in this city and will be at home to their friends in Union, Mont., after November 15th. The Mon itor extends congratulations to the happy couple. Pete Nelson of Antigo, Wis., togeth er with his family, arrived in town on Tuesday morning to make Glendive their permanent home. Through the good offices of Ed. Healy of Healy's Cigar store, Mr. Nelson was induced to leave his old home in the east and ac cept one of the chairs in Bill Houck's barber shop for the time being at least. Mr. Nelson is said to be one of the best barbers that ever wielded tonsorial tools and both he and his family are heartily welcomed to our midst. Enterprise Furniture And Undertaking Co. E. D. Giftner LICENSED EMBALMER IN CHARGE Boautlfui Chapel—and Complete Line of Funeral Supplies FOR PROMPT AND COURTEOU8 ATTENTION Phone—Day No. 122 Night—No. 71-R or No. 1S-B THECKLA BLOCK A. Evenrud of Bloomfield was in town yesterday with a load of grain. Don't throw away your tires and tubes. We make them as good as new. Red Trail Vulcanizing Co. 3-tf. Guy Stephens, the Circle auto livery man, was in town Monday on busi ness. Senator George McCone and family of McCone Heights were in town this week and expect to leave for home to morrow. Make your tonsorial headquarters in the new Sanitary Barber Shop in the Dion Block. Everything mod ern. 13-tf We have no objection to the wind, but for the life of us we can't figure out why it waits until every Sunday to go into full force and effect. Developing free if we finish. 24-hour photo service. Full line of kodaks, film and photographic supplies. Foster's Quality Shop, Beasley Block. 37-tf. The cause of woman suffrage receiv ed a severe set-back in New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania on Tuesday when the vote went in some precincts as high as ten to one against the movement. Several weeks ago the state of New Jersey, despite the advo cacy of President Wilson, went 60,000 agffinst equal suffrage. WANT TRADE—Wanted to trade, my new Player Piano, standard make, for a good upright piano. P. O. Box 683, Glendive, Mont. 28-tf. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Apply Mrs. H. N. Dion, 601 Kendrick Ave. 27-tf. FOR SALE—1911 Thomas Flyer Roadster, at a bargain. Art Rawson, Hotel Jordan, Glendive, Mont. 28 FOR SALE—Three shares of stock in Glendive State bank. E. W. Sullivan, 48 Mountain Ave., Hamilton, Ont. Canada. 38-3t. FOR SALE—Office desk and chair, rocker, steel couch and folding bed. C. W. MacWilliams, 204 S. Douglas Street. ' 38-3t. HOUSE to RENT—Four rooms, bath, range and furnace, 204 S. Douglas St. Apply to Rev. C. W. MacWilliams during forenoons. 35 FOR RENT—Three nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call on Mrs. Clayton, 203 S. Kendrick Ave. 32-tf. TO TRADE—A 25-volume cloth bound set of DuBalzac in exchange for a complete set of Shakespeare in good condition. Address Editor, The Mon itor. 32-tf. LOST—Hereford cow and calf, brand ed — 3N on right hip, range on Deer creek. $10 reward for information leading to recovery. H. J. Nye, Glen dive, Mont. 38-lp. STRAYED OR STOLEN—3-year old mare, dark brown, branded 6A — on right shoulder, with colt branded A— on right shoulder. Last seen on Sheep mountain about 2 months ago. $25.00 reward paid for information leading to their recovery. Address I. I. Had land, Horse Creek, Mont. 37-3p. $5.00 REWARD—for information lead ing to the arrest and conviction of the party or parties who maliciously removed the road sign posts from the county roads leading to the city of Glendive, the property of Eustrom & Sinclair, produce commission mer chants. Address information confiden tially to Eustrom & Sinclair or The Editor, Yellowstone Monitor. 34-tf. LOST—Two weeks ago, ring with 3 keys. Return to Monitor. Reward.