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REAL estate and live stock dealers FARM LANDS CITY PROPERTY horses, cattle and sheep |j,t your property with us. Commissions right Dion <& Herrick Office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank Glendive, * " ' Montana m2 a * Westbound. time card 01 800 TRAINS. Glendive, Mont. Arrive Depart r>: 12 A. M 5:22 A.M. r>: 45 P. M. 5:55 P. M. in 10 P. M. P. M. 6:45 A. M. 6:15 A. M. So. ' ........ So. ^ .. ' v Freight No Fjtitbound. So. ■* ............. So. * ............. So. ls!t Freight No Ko». 7 and 8, «t.P'% an( j iss, local between Glendive ,na Billing 8 - Va||ey 0ranch \- 0 202— Glendive to Sidney, depart ! S 0 A ' 201 —Sidney to Glendive, arrive Northern Pacific Express money order« sale Bankable anywhere, l u riFLAND, G. P. A., St. PauL Minn, a- M j BUCHNER, Agent. Glendive Mont. 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. between Glendive and BREVITIE S Applications received for N.P. lands, Miller & Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Naylor are visit ing in Miles City this week. Try a ton of Owl Creek coal. Mar tin A Myers. Phone 16. 24-tf. George Warnke of Circle was in town Tuesday on business, in the new Sanitary Barber Shop in the Dion Block. Everything mod ern. 13-tf Mr. Nichols of Billings, general agent of the Minneapolis Threshing Co., is in town this week on business. if there is anything you want to buy, sell or trade, a "Want Ad" in the Monitor will bring results. tf J. L. Pickett, who conducts the road ranch near Circle, was in the city Tuesday on business matters. George Perry of Billings, a student of the Booster City Polytechnic school, is in town visiting his friend, Elmer Pope. Auto repairing; battery charging; engine overhauling; best work; and prompt service. Statham's Repair Shop. 20-tf. Freeman Lamb and Miss Bernice Hatch, both of near Fallon, were unit ed in marriage Tuesday afternoon at the Congregational parsonage by the Rev. W. L. Meinzer. Mrs. Meinzer aQ d Mrs. Mary Joyce were witnesses. Mill our customers, who still have bur sma !l ice cream packers in their possession, please phone us their lo eation, that we may call for them? 'hank you. Gate City Drug Store, Phone 79. 46-lt. Start the New Year A great number receive money for Christmas presents. Why not start the new year right by depositing all or part of it in our savings department and add a stipulated amount to it each pay day? You wiU be surprised and pleased at the results. This Table Shows the Result of Regular Saving and 5 per cent Compound Interest saving for- 5 years Amt. Deposited Interest Earned Total Amt. Dailv rents per day 91.25 182.50 273.75 365.00 456.25 547.50 730.0c 912.50 1.368.75 1.825.00 2,281.25 2,737.50 3.193.75 3.650.00 f 13.53 27.06 40.59 54.12 67.65 81.18 108.24 135.30 202.95 270.60 338.25 405.90 473.55 541.20 F 104.78 209.56 314.34 419.12 523.90 628.68 838.24 1,047.80 1,571.70 2,095.60 2,619.50 3,143.40 3.667.30 4,191.20 Interest Compounded on February and August 1st of Each Year. First National Bank of Glendive United States Depositary CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $100,000.00 PONY VOTES ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Highest prices paid for all kinds of hides at the City Meat Market 8-tf Tom Mum, the brilliant young attor ney of Terry, was in town last week spending the Christmas holidays with his parents. Buy your films at Wing's Studio and have them developed for 10 cents a roll. All sizes. 25-tf. Miss Aletha Herwig, whose home is near Grand Forks, Minn., is in town visiting her sisters, Misses Helen and Elsie Herwig. Highest prices paid for Coyote bounty, Wolf hides, Cow hides and all other kinds of hides, B. F. Daw son. 39-tf A. J. Stephens, employed at the Thomas ranch near Hasty's on the Circle road, was in town Tuesday de livering coal to Glendive residents. James Cavanaugh of 13-mile, togeth er with his sister, Mrs. A. LeMoyne, was in town for the Christmas holi days, Mr. Cavanaugh returning home early in the week. Don't forget to attend the annual Firemen's Ball, which will be held in Krug hall on New Year's eve., Friday, December 31. Besides the splendid music and the lively dancing there will be served a genuinely tasty and appetizing supper, all included in the price of the ticket. Yes Sir! It actually rained on Christmas day. Then it snowed a little and blew a whole lot. In fact old Santa seems to have provided us with a generous supply and a com plete assortment of all kinds of winter weather for the occasion. We heard that 40 men signed the petition for a company of state militia in Sidney week before last and that every effort is being made to secure the other 30 required by the law. We wonder if those who signed actually know what they are doing. Willard Simpson, former manager of the Occident Elevator at Stipek, but for the past sût months manager of the same company's elevator at Acton, near Billings, arrived in the city last Thursday to spend the Christmas holidays with his friends at Stipek. He left this week for Mott, N. D., where he has accepted a posi tion with another grain firm. Roy Eustrom announces that he has disposed of his interest in the local commission firm and that in future he will be connected with the new Dion Mercantile Co., having charge of the shoe and clothing departments. Roy is also a member of the firm, having bought a block of stock shortly after its incorporation. He is very well known, not only to city people, but to nearly all the farmers within the boundaries of Dawson county. Valuable Papers ibould k«Pt in » *»fety deposit Teak, where they will be sefe from fire end burglars. We would be glad to $1.75 per year. Other banking business will be appreciated. furnish one for Exchange State Bank of Glendive CAPITAL. $75,000.00 An Auto Livery that you can depend on to get there and back on time. Statham's Auto Repair Shop. 20-tf. Walter Graff, formerly of this city but now connected with the Ranch man's Supply Co. of Terry, was in town Christmas day visiting friends. There will be a big New Year's eve dance held at the Poverty Flat school house tomorrow night, Friday, Dec. 31, to which everyone is invited. Cleanliness is next to Godliness try Houck's bath tubs for the right kind of a bath. sg-tf Mrs. Ira Ailing of Sidney stopped over in the city last Wednesday on her way home from a visit to the Cal ifornia expositions, to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. Hurst. Guy C. Stephens, the Circle auto liveryman, left last week to spend the holidays with his wife who is visit ing relatives in Chicago. Dance the old year out and tie new year in at the Fireman's Ball, New Year's eve, at Krug hall. Remember that the tickets are not transferable. No one will be allowed to enter the hall on a ticket not bearing his own name. 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 W. M. McDonald, the Miles City manager of J. M. Sawyer's stores, re turned to his home town last week and will also spend several weeks in Billings before returning to Glendive again. The local manager, Andrew Allen, tells us that Mr. McDonald, who is a sort of general manager for Mr. Sawyer, will apportion considerable of his time between the Miles City, Terry and Glendive stores. John Johns, the oil and gas expert, returned early in the week from a visit to his home in Sheridan, Wyo., where he had been called by the sud den illness of his wife. He reports that she is now fully recovered. Mr. Johns stated that he is now drilling the third well in the oil fields west of town and that he would be willing to wager a thousand dollars that large quantities of crude petroleum would be gushing forth within a very short time from date. Hot Tomale John, one of the red hottest baseball fans that ever flash ed a ten dollar bill in the face of an out-of-town spectator at the ball games, has decided to leave town by the end of this week for Denver, Col., where he will engage in the same line of business. John stated that the early closing law put his business on the hummer, although the fact that the city now has so many excellent lunch rooms also had something to do with it. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hixon, their son, John, and daughter, Mrs. Earl Smith, arrived in the city Christmas night from their old home in Endee, New Mexico to take up their future resi dence in this locality. On the way east the party stopped off for short visits with relatives and friends at Kansas City, Denver and other west ern points. At present they are visit ing at the home of their other daugh ter, Mrs. M. T. Palmer Mr. Hixon is an old printer and has spent the great er part of his life in the newspaper business. Notwithstanding the secession of those portions of old Dawson county that now comprise the new counties of Richland, Wibaux and Prairie, this year's court business will, in many ways, exceed that of last year. The year of 1915 will show a few more cases in both the probate and crimin al departments while there will be about half a dozen civil cases less than in 1914. Judge C. C. Hurley and Reporter A. C. Ross are spending the holidays with their families in the city, after which they are scheduled to return to Sidney to finish up one of the largest court calendars on record in eastern Montana. After the Sidney term is completed, which will probably be to ward the end of January, the judge will hold court for a few days in Glendive, after which Wibaux will be visited for a week or two. The next term of the District court in this city will begin on February 16th, natural isation day being scheduled for Febru |ary 18. Razors keen, towels clean—Houck's —nuff sed. Miss Laura Scott of Miles City ar rived in town last week land is spend ing the holidays with Mrs. C. N. Tripp. Lee's Billiard Chips same as cash at the Sanitary Barber shop in the Dion block. 25-tf F. G. Hussey, the local auto and sign painter, is just putting the finish ing touches on a Chalmers car which Lovell Bros, of Beach, N. D sent all the way to Glendive to liave painted. A Hupmobile belonging to Otto Stens rud, the druggist at Beach, is now be ing painted and will be sent to the Golden Valley town next week, look ing just as good as new. Julies Wieglander, janitor at the city hall is fast recovering from one of the most difficult operations ever performed at any of the local hospi tals. Dr. Beach performed the oper ation Monday morning after a number of the greatest specialists in the east had refused to operate. The opera tion which was necessitated by the enlargement of the prostrate gland, in volved the opening of the abdominal cavity and was exceedingly difficult and dangerous. NOTICE People whose assessments in Im provement District Nos. 2, 3, or 14, which were due November 30th, and which are still unpaid, are requested to pay them at once, so as to avoid having to pay the 10 per cent penalty which will be added to all unpaid ac counts on and after January 1st, 1916. It AUGUST J. COLIN, City ICerk. MRS. MARY TURNER DIES Mrs. Mary Turner, beloved wife of John Turner of this city, died Tues day morning at 2 o'clock, of chronic gastritis, after an illness of fully twenty years. Deceased was 58 years of age and besides her husband, leaves a son who has a homestead near Dickinson and a daughter, Miss Jennie Turner, one of the local tele phone operators. The funeral was held from the Congregational church this afternoon, Rev. W. L. Meinzer of ficiating. Interment was made in the city cemetery. A large number of friends mourn her loss. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH The annual meeting will be held on Tuesday, evening, January 11th at 7:30 o'clock in the basement of the church. All members are expected to be present and all friends of the church who are interested in its wel fare are invited. The services next Sunday will be as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m., subject "Ye Have not Passed This Way Hereto fore." Holy communion will be ob served. The Christian Endeavor so ciety will meet at 7 p. m. in the base ment of the church, refreshments will be served and a time spent in social intercourse. A cordial invitation is extended to all. In closing the year's work I wish to express my deepest thanks to all the members and friends of the church for their kindness, their sympathy and support, and to wish you all a happy and prosperous New Year. W. L. MEINZER, Pastor. Many Thanks for Your Past Liberal Patronage and That You May Enjoy A Happy and Prosperous New Year Is the Sincere Wish of the Enterprise Furniture & Undertaking Co. Day Phone 122 Night Phone 13-B 'YOURS FOR QUALITY AND SERVICE—AND THEREFORE ECONOMY —IN FURNITURE" UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING The most complete line of Funeral Sup plies carried in eastern Montana. For prompt attention PKoxie No. 13# or No. 22 or No. 20B LOWE BROTHERS. Glendive, Mont. With wheat hovering around the $1.04 mark, with promising prospects of its reaching a much higher figure in the spring, and with weather that has so far belied every pessimistic forecast, Eastern Montana starts out into the unknown realms of 1916 with the prospects of the Happiest New Year in its entire history. The most delicate part of your entire rear axle—your differential —should be taken down and thor oughly examined, bearings taken up, worn parts replaced, etc., if your automobile is to be of depend able, satisfactory use next season. The overhauling of the rear axle and the differential gears, pinion gear, etc., requires mechanical skill of the best character, if you are to have a silent, reliable, tight, "rear end." .. We'll do the work right, for our mechanics are REAL MECHANICS and every detail of the work is rig idly supervised. STATHAM'S AUTO REPAIR SHOP Overland Service Station Rear of Lahr Motor Sales Garage AUTO LIVERY IN CONNECTION Do it Now—It Means Dollars to You * on and after February 1st the price of AUTOMOBILE PAINTING will be advanced 10%. This is found necessary because of a sharp advance in the cost of material. F. G. HUSSEY AUTO AND SIGN PAINTER S. Merrill Ave. Below City Hall PHONE 184-A Phone 223 TRY BUTTER-KRUST BREAD IRaitkhVs Sanitary Bakery Phone 223 A 9% pound buster baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nourse last week, proving to be a most ac ceptable Christmas gift to the happy young couple. 4*4* 4* 4* 4' 4* .§♦ «x*4-4 > 4-4 , 4-4~; WANT WANT ADS—10c per line (6 words to line) money to accompany order. No ad less than 20c. 4~fr4-4-4-4-4-4^4~K--X~X-^4~X~ H -4« 4 '4-4* TRADE—Wanted to trade, my new Player Piano, standard make, for a good upright piano. P. O. Box 683, Glendive, Mont. 28-tf. WANTED TO BUY OR TRADE—secT oud hand Edison Amberola phono graph records in good chndition. Ad dress Box D, Monitor office. 44tf TAKEN UP—Yearling heifer, in bad shape, branded ''■J— on right ribs. Owner can have same by paying for feed and cost of advt. Win. Jans, Glendive, Mont. 46-lp WANTED—A bright office boy, not afraid of work. A chance to learn the printing business. Apply in person at the Monitor office. 43-4t WANTED—A girl work. Mrs. Harry avenue. for general house Dion, 601 Kendrick 46-tf WANTED—Housekeeper. Address P. O. box 506, Glendive, Mont. 46-2p. $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.