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REAL ESTATE and live stock dealers farm lands city property horses, cattle and sheep |jit your property with us. Commissions right Dion Herrick Office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank Giendive, * * Montana TIME CARD TRAINS. Glendive, Mont. Arrive 5:12 A. M Depart 5:22 A. M. M. 5:55 P. M. M. P. M. 6:45 A. M. 6:15 A. M. 10-55 A. M. 11:05 A. M. 1:55 A.M. 2:05 A.M. 5:45 A. M. 4:05 P. M. 6:00 A. M. Westbound. No. 1 .......................5:45 I No. I ...............''........ 10:10 1 fr°eigbt' No. bUl ...... abound.— No. 2 .................. No. 4 .................. No. 8 -................. s*. ht so"m ... v.— , Fre 'ï 7 and 8 . between Glendive and S'-> au j g7 and 188 , local between Glendive md Billin&s- Va)|ey aranc h >j 0 202—Glendive to Sidney, depart ' No.^ 201—Sidney to Glendive, arrive 4 Northern Pacific Exprès, money order» ,, oje Bankable anywhere. K rfiTT AND. G. P. A.. St PauL Minn. W M J. BUCHNER, Agent, Glen dive Mont. No. 7101 Report of the Condition of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Glendive, at Cilendlve „ ti,P State of Montana, at the close of SÄ." November 1». 1915. Resource« Loans and discounts . overdrafts, unsecured . it s bonds deposited to secure circulation par value) ............. r S. bonds to secure U. S. deposits (par value .............................. Total U. S. Honda ..... Securities other than U. S. bonds (not in cluding stocks) own ed unpledged ........... Stocks, other than Federal R es erve bank stock Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank ............$6,000.00 Less amount un paid .............$3,000.00 Value of banking house Furniture and fixtures Due from Federal Re serve hank Due from approved re serve agents in New York, Chicago, and St Louis ................... Due from approved re serve agents in other reserve cities ............. Due from banks and bankers (other than above) .......................... Checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank .......... Outside checks and other cash items ........ Fractional currency, nickels and cents ..... Notes of other nation al banks ..................... Lawful money reserve in bank: Total coin and certi ficates ............................ Redemption fund with U. S Treasurer (not more than 5 per cent on emulation ............. 12,500.1 10 , 000 . $415,696.44 24.69 22,500.00 15,011.75 1,280.00 3,000.00 16,863.83 4,415.29 7,050.00 21,923.95 625.00 140,506.39 Total $619,298.39 Liabilities Capital stock paid in ...$50,000,00 Surplus fund .............. 50,000.00 Total capital and sur .. l ,lus $100,000.00 Udivided profits ........ 30,520.29 Less current expenses, interest, and taxes -.PM ........ 10,331.56 20,188.73 circulating notes .......... 12,500.00 Amount due to approv ed reserve agents in m New York, Chica hT' . nd L(,uis ..... 38.66 to banks and bankers (other than ...................... 21,196.18 Demand Deposits individual deposits jubject to check 221,822.19 Certificates of de posit due in less than Æ 8 , u .......... 58,643.03 < Trtified checks ........ 55.20 Usiner s checks out standing 441 on United States dépos ée deposits: 10 - 000 - 00 Certificate of depos îobï^H time deposits. 35!l2s!28 »^«r", s ith real ,69 - 840 ' 06 ml fescrve bank .... 16,769.60 Total $619,298.39 Coum of Montana, I county of Dawson, f "• named h, ^ u Çhes, Cashier of the above above do s °l«mly swear that the my krmaolo nieiu is true to the best of knowledge and belief. Subsorih^ **■ HUGHES, Cashier this a . nd sworn to before me n aay of November, 1915. CORREcT—Attest^ Notary Public. c! A. THURSTON, •I H. M1SKIMEN. T. F. HAGAN Directors. NITED STATES DEPOSITARY m * )er oF tFle Federal Reserve Bank We Solicit Your Business continue to pour in 4,0 ° f * dla v ° f ( ° Unty Treasurer Chappell in ^ • ^creasing volume, although the Weç [ USh ls not expected until the last üf tlie month, after which they delinquent and a 10% penalty [JJ* F °r good measure. °f ladie^M H f le entertained a party home. Ai » 0n ^ ay afternoon at her a de Hghtfni !° n br,dge was Played and Hale also !unche on was served. Mrs. Guild at a enterta l Q ed St. Matthew's boon. SOcial meet -lag this after at ly of in ial to ly ly be do , Brevities Eustrom & Sinclair buy turkeys. 1t Applications received for N.P. lands, Miller & Jordan. Try this tongue twister: "Slather and strap six slender saplings." For farm Loans see L. A. Fisher. Office over Lee's Pool Hall. 48-tf. Jacob Werner, general manager of the Billings Gazette, was in town last Saturday on business. T. F. Hagan, vice-president of the First National bank, returned Monday from his eastern business trip. We have a 1913 Buick roadster in good condition which we will sacrifice for $350. Haskell Auto & Supply Co. 1 Mrs. A. C. Fisher, who has been vis iting in the east for the past six weeks, returned to the city last Saturday on No. 3. Make your tonsorial headquarters in the new Sanitary Barber Shop in the Dion Block. Everything mod ern- 13-tf County Assessor Fred Bean and daughter Grace were visitors last week at the S. R. Bean home near Enid. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Whipple of Lind say were in town early in the week. Mrs. Whipple was having some den tistry work done. George W. Dadison, the Paxton auto liveryman, was in town early in the week, visiting his wife who is spend ing the winter here with friends. St. Matthew's Guild will hold a food and fancy work sale, Saturday, Dec. 18, the location to be announced later. This will be a good chance to buy your Xmas gifts. 2t. Mrs. Theckla Berry of the Hotel Jordan, who has been visiting in Chi cago and other eastern cities, return ed to Glendive Monday, after having stopped off in Dickinson for a short visit with friends. Those who have not yet purchased their winter ready-made or made-to measure suit or overcoat, would do well to look over the new, full and complete line of garments and samples at the Toggery, of which Einar Riv enes is one of the proprietors. Through an oversight the price that Eustrom & Sinclair are paying for tur keys and springers was omitted this week from the produce market report on the first page of the Monitor. To day's price for prime turkeys is 16%c, and springers 10 %c. These are strict ly wholesale prices. Miss Anna Sprey and neice, Lenora, of LeSueur Center, Minn., stopped off in Glendive over Monday and Tues day as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. August J. Colin. The ladies are re turning home after a visit of three months to the expositions at San Diego and San Francisco. Editor J. A. Gilluly of the Fergus County Argus of Lewistown, formerly one of the owners and editors of the Dawson County Review in this city, arrived in town on No. 2 this morning and left for home on No. 3 While in the city Mr. Gilluly paid the Monitor social call. He is looking fine and said he never felt better in his life. The members of the Gate City Fire department enjoyed a smoker and soc ial evening yesterday at the depart ment headquarters in the new city hall. The smoker was gotten up in honor of the chief of the Miles City fire department who was in Sidney on business. He failed to show up, how ever, and the program was carried through just the same. A number of friends of Einar Riv enes are taking advantage of these nice autumn days—especially Sundays —by paying him a social visit. The popular ex-alderman is still confined to his home and he says these friend ly visits go a long ways toward break ing the monotony of his confinement. Everyone who knows him is earnest ly wishing for his speedy recovery. -The second Dawson County club dance of the season was held in the club rooms last Friday evening, about twenty-five couples tripping the light fantastic until a late hour. The music was furnished by the Eustroms. These twice-a-month affairs are proving to be quite a la mode, furnishing as they do just the sort of entertainment most desired by the younger society set of the city. 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 Giendive CAPITAL, $75.000.00 1t of 1 Turkeys bought by Eustrom & Sin c,air * 40-1L Highest prices paid for aU kinds of hides at the City Meat Market 8-tf Gus Wiebke of Miles City was a business visitor in the city last Satur day. Buy your films at Wing's Studio and have them developed for 10 cents a roll. All sizes. 25-tf. Mrs. W. W. Quinn returned on Sun day from a six weeks' visit with her parents in Fairfield, Idaho. Only FIVE weeks before Christmas Are you doing your Christmas shop ping in Giendive? An Auto Livery that you can depend on to get there and back on time. Statham's Auto Repair Shop. 20-tf, Highest prices paid for Coyote bounty, Wolf hides, Cow hides and all other kinds of hides, B. F. Daw son. 39-tf Forest Hopkins and family of Pax ton returned home yesterday morning after a short visit with friends in the city. Theodore Stortz, better known as "Ted" of Mink, Mont., was in town Tuesday with his brother Gene, haul ing flax. Harold Barr of the Haskell Auto & Supply Co., delivered a new Buick roadster to J. G. Wilmot of Miles City last Friday. The new Gladstone hotel at Circle opened with an elaborate housewarm ing party. J. J. O'Keefe, formerly of Giendive, is in charge. C. E. Boyce of Billings, traveling representative of the Curtis Publish ing company of Philadelphia, was in town early in the week on business. The small town of Ashland, Mont, near Forsyth is soon to have a new flour mill, the proposition being financ ed by A. J. Just, formerly cashier of the First State bank of Yates. Mrs. Joseph Clark, wife of the popu lar Orpheum theatre pianist, arrived in town last week from a visit with friends in Minneapolis. She left on Tuesday for her homestead near Miles City. William Lindsay of Bridger, former U. S. Marshal, came in from Billings last Saturday on his way to the Twin Cities on a stock buying trip. Mr. Lindsay says he is now feeding 500 hogs for the market and is constant ly buying more. O. T. Griffiths, formerly the city's most popular "Ump.", but now con nected with a big Fargo grain commis sion firm, was in the city last Thurs day on business, taking in Sidney the following day. He spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in the Gate City and left Monday morning for home. Amateur photographers, have your finishing done at home. Films de veloped, 10 cents per roll; prints from 3 to 5 cents according to size. East man films for sale. Kodaks for sale or rent. Work called for and deliv ered. Wing's Studio. Phone 212. 17-tf Read the Monitor's Booster page for the next six weeks. It fairly teems with attractive ads and business write ups of interest to every man and wom an in the community. Don't fail to read the special articles by J. O. Lewis the noted civic expert. Every one carries a valuable message to YOU. The big World feature, "Evidence," with Lillian Tucker and Edwin Aug ust in the leading roles, which was presented at the Orpheum theatre last Sunday matinee and night was without doubt one of the grandest mo tion pictures we have ever seen. It is understood that Manager Lamb has arranged for one of these big produc tions every Sunday in the future at regular picture prices. a a to Did You Notice That we are making our Loaves of Bread Larger In Size Although we couldn't Improve the Quality if we Tried IRankm'e m Sanitär? 33a her? m Bring your turkeys in to Eustrom & Sinclair. 401 t. Razors keen, towels clean—Houck's —nuff sed. Try a ton of Owl Creek coal. Mar tin & Myers. Phone 16. 24-tf. Circle now has a regular moving picture theatre. Lee's Billiard Chips same as cash at the Sanitary Barber shop in the Dion block. 25-tf Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rigby of Poverty Flat were visitors in the city last week end. Cleanliness is next to Godliness— try Houck's bath tubs for the right kind of a bath. 38-tf T. J. Miller, known as the million aire farmer of Wibaux, was in Gien dive last week on business. Don't throw away your tires and tubes. We make them as good as new. Red Trail Vulcanizing Co. 3-tf. Mrs. E. J. Gondolf returned last Fri day from her extended visit to Chi cago and other eastern cities. Mrs. W. A. Rawson has come in from the Rawson ranch at Redwater and will spend the winter in town. Ed. Haskell of the Haskell Garage, is expected in on No. 3 tonight from Billings to attend the Elks' dance at Krug hall. Auto repairing; battery charging; engine overhauling; best work; and prompt service. Statham's Repair Shop. 20-tf. Carl Muck of Deer Creek was in lown Tuesday and left yesterday to spend the winter in his old home at Humboldt, Wis. Remember the big cattle sale at the yards of the Giendive Horse Sales company next Tuesday, Nov. 23. The sale starts at 10 a. m. Bert Hockens will be the auctioneer. The Hon. Judge Frank Cannon spent Wednesday of this week with friends in Giendive. He also attend ed to some business matters while there.—Wibaux Pioneer. R. E. Lowery, the well know owner of the Cross S ranch, was operated on for appendicitis yesterday by Dr. Dan J. Donohue at the Giendive Gen eral hospital and is getting along splendidly. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barr tendered a most enjoyable birthday surprise last evening at their residence to Miss Aurilla Drummond. The guest of hon or received a beautiful Japanese vase as a token of esteem from the sixteen young people who comprised the party. The evening was spent at Peanut stabbing, singingr dancing and a Victrola concert and wound up with swell supper," as Miss Drummond herself described the repast. Don't forget the big Elson Art ex hibit, which will be shown at the new Washington school today and tomor row. The charge for admission is ridicuously low when one considers that the very cream of the world's best pictures, masterpieces that grace the walls of the Metropolitan Museum of Art for instance, are brought right to you. Besides the cause is a most worthy one and should receive your support on that account alone. Nels Rafn, representing Miles & Ul mer of Miles City, arrived in the city early Tuesday morning to take charge of the finishing touches on the metal work in connection with the installing of the new window fronts in the Doug las, Mead & Company store on Mer ril avenue. He has two expert men at work on the job which they expect to finish before the end of the week. Mr. Rafn left the same evening for South Dakota where he has a large school ventilating job under way. 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, Giendive* Mont. A DEEPENED INTEREST SHOWN IN REVIVAL MEETINGS The fact that the audiences have been unusually large every evening at the revival meetings in the Methodist church is not the only evidence of the interest manifested. But a still great er evidence is the fact that many are being saved at every meeting, with in creasing numbers. People are really demonstrating the fact that they are tired of the slush of the world ,and are really hungering for something definite and positive in their lives. Another thing which has been dem onstrated is this: when Christianity is presented in a sane way it appeals to men and women. It is clearly dem onstrated that card-signing and mere membership in some social church does not satisfy the human hunger. In this commercial age, men have no time for religion that makes them no better than men of the world but they are still eager for a new life and will meet their God at the "mourner's bench" in the old fashioned way, in order that they may have eternal life. One evidence of the thoroughness of this work is the fact that those who are being saved immediately go out to win others to their Christ. The subjects of the meetings dur ing the remainder of this week will be as follows: Friday—7:30 p. m., young people's night—"In the Clutches of Temptation." Saturday—7:30 p. m.—"Beating the Devil at his Own Game." Sunday—11 a. m.—"The Foundation of the Gospel." 7:30 p. m.—"The Devil's Excuses and God's Answers." The afternoon meetings which are steadily growing in attendance as the importance of the truth being taught is felt more and more by the people, will continue up to and including Sat urday afternoon, with the following subjects: Friday—"The Place of the Holy Spirit in Christian Experience." Saturday—"What does it Mean to You?" There is talk of two other meetings, one of which will undoubtedly be planned and carried out. For some time Rev. Bliss has felt that he ought to have a Brotherhood in the church here, but has hardly known how to be gin the organization. On the other hand Evangelist Bennett had his best pastoral success because of his simple way of organizing the men of his churches for active and contiguous co operation with the pastor in the great projects of the church. For this rea son the matter is being considered of calling a great mass meeting of men only for Sunday afternoon to hear Dr. Bennett tell of the Brotherhood movement in general and to suggest plans for an organization in the Meth odist church in this city. The other service not yet definitely settled upon is that of a "Converts Thanksgiving Service" on Monday evening next week. The plan, if car ried out will include songs and testi You Can Get The Highest Market Price for Your Turkeys From Eustrom & Sinclair Produce Commission Giendive, Mont. Phone 67-R Enterprise Furniture And Undertaking Co. E. D. Giltner LICEN8ED EMBALMER IN CHARGE Beautiful Chapel—and Complete Line of Funeral Suppllee FOR PROMPT AND C0URTE0U8 ATTENTION Phone-Day No. 122 Night—No. 71-R or No. 13-B THECKLA BLOCK monies by the new converts and by all who have been blessed during the campaign and will conclude with a get acquainted sociable with light re freshments served by the Ladies Aid. The time is passing so rapidly that many who wish to hear the evangelist will be disappointed unless they take the very first opportunity. It is ex pected that only those who come early will be able to secure good seats from now on.—Contributed. ART LOVERS who were unable to visit the Elson Art Ex hibit at the Washington school are invited to view the pictures tree of charge between 9 and lia. m., Saturday, November 20th. Newly Qiscovered Evidence, "Why do you want a new trial?" "On the grounds of newly discovered evidence, your honor." "What's the sature of It?" "My client dug up $400 that I didn't know he had.'—Louisville Courier Journal. WANTS! WANT ADS—10c per line (6 words to line) money to accompany order. No ad less than 20c. 4 * 4 * 4**.* 4*4*4* 4 * 4 * 4 * 4 * 4 * .;-4. 4 * 4 * 4 * 4 * 4 * 4 * % * WANTED—Clean cotton rags, 10c per pound. Monitor office. TRADE—Wanted to trade, my new Player Piano, standard make, for a good upright piano. P. O. Box 683, Giendive, Mont. 28-tf. FOR SALE— Rocke - *, steel couch, type writer and stand, shot gun a. 1 22 rifle. C. W. MacWii uns, 204 Douglas Street. sp FOR SALE—Upright Mahogony piano and bench. Apply Monitor Office. FOR RENT—A strictly modern 4-room house on South Side to rent. Rental reasonable. Apply Rankin's Sanitary Bakery. 40-lt. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for general housekeeping, steel range in kitchen, $15 per mo., also 1 furnish ed room for light housekeeping, $12 per mo. Apply 210 Meade Ave. 40 FOR RENT—modern furnished house, 4 rooms and bath. Near Washington school, North side. L. L. Killworth, Giendive, Mont. 40-lt. WANTED to buy—Soft coal heater, medium size, in good condition. Ad dress Raymond E. Covert, Union, Mont. 40-lt FOR RENT—Nice garage, could be used for barn ; rent reasonable. Apply Monitor office or Phone 166-A. tf. $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 Giendive, the property of Eustrom & Sinclair, produce commission mer chants. Address information confiden tially to Eustrom & Sinclair or The Editor, Yellowstone Monitor. 34-tf. FOR SALE—Two bargains in houses. One 8-rooms, strictly modern, full basement, practically new, large gar age, 2 corner lots. Bargain if taken at once, $3,900. The other, 5-rooms, full basement, practically new, 2 lots. Price $1,700. Inquire J. G. Brubaker, owner. Phone 41-R. Either of these houses would make good invest ments. 39-tf. STRAYED Holstein bull, two years old, branded "jT on left ribs. Left my place on or JÛ^ about Sept. 10th. Liberal re ward will be paid for any information leading to its recovery. Address Chas. Brubaker, Box 476, Giendive, Mon tana. 39-tf.