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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 23 March 1911

Dion (E Herrick Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers SFarm LandsJ City Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep., List your property with us. commissions right. ' Dion (D. Herricli Office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank Glendive, - - - - Montan TIME CARD ** OF TRAINS. Glendive, Mont. WESTBOUND Arrive Depart No. 1- ....................... 4:20 am 4:30 am No. "-. ...................... 5:20 pm 5:30 pm No. 5-....................... 3:10 am 3:20 am No. 7- ...................... . 7:45 pm 7:55 pm EASTBOUND No. 2- ....................... 11:05 am 11:15 am No. 4- ...................... 1:05am 1:15 am No, 6- ....................... 6:30 pm 6:40 pm No. E-................. ....... 7:00 am 7:10 am Northern Pacific Express money orders for sale. Bankable anywhere. A. M. CLELAND, G. P. A., ST. PAUL, MINN. J. H. PALMER, Agent, Glendive. Mont. CITY BREVITIES. FARM LOANS, Montana Loan and Title Company. 1)on Lamb was in the city Tues day from Burns. Stove wood for sale. See B. F. Dawson. 17tf John Nels...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 23 March 1911

COMMIONERS PROCEEDINGS Continued from page 1 township 18 north, range 53 east and running south on the see line between sees 4 and 5, 8 and 9,17 ant 16, 20 and 21, 29 and 28 a distsnce of five miles until it comes to the s. w. corner 28, township 18 north range 53 east, thence east on the see line between sees 33 and 28, 34 and 27 township 18 north, range 53 east, a little more than one mile until it intersects the h.s. road where the h. s. read crosses the see line between sees 27 and 34, all in township 18 north range 53, was read and approved and road ordered established as a public highway of the county as petitioned for. Viewers' report on road A-183 for a public highway beginning at the Glen dive-Mondak stage road at its inter section with the west line of sec 25 township 19 north range 57, thence north on west line sec 25 to a point 80 rods south of the n. e. corner sec 26 thence west 80 rods, thence south 40 rods, thence west 80 rods, thence n. w. to intersection with the we...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 30 March 1911

**,** 2; -~Q *· * ~~~ih~~.... .· .. ..... ";'i.¥.i-i` r-.. ..... .. .-. .-;i ' - - r of"Y: It t L..~ ·31 ~ Volume 7-No. 6 GLENDIVE, MONTANNAN' THURSDAY, M1." --... ,Egh Pge OUR AIM: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER,~ ...... :Itee. ........~;y l · ' ; .... .. " .... ... ....... ... .. . - " . ; . ... . .. . . - ..". ..n. .L ,,.%.: .,,,.*..-. .. ,. .. . ,,.. ..m..,,... ... ............. mm mm.m .. .ram.ra GREAT AREA WITHDRAWN Conservation Policy at Last Beginning to Loom on Horizon as a Mighty Factor. Washington, March 24.-The ap plication of the new policy of "con servation" to the West has to date resulted in withdrawing fron settlement and entry a total area o: 87,755,449 acres of public land irre spective of a still greater area in cluded in forest reserves. Thes( withdrawals have had the effect ol rend(ering non-productive some of the most valuable lands in the hand: of the government, lands whose ag gregate area is slightly less than the area of the state of Montana. The total withdrawals...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 30 March 1911

LDtowtSONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Published at Glendive, Dawson County, Montana by E. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-class matter March 8, 1906. at the postoffice at Glendive, Mont.. under the Act of Congress of m-rch 3. 1879. THURSDAY. MARCH 30, 1911. The alleged Republican Central Committee has issued a circular this week, endeavoring to convince the voters that the city made a bad bargain in contracting to have all the water pumped that the city used for $300 per month. That de pends entirely on whether the price was cheaper than the city could do the same work for itself. It seems to be an established fact that the city cannot do this same work for any less than twice that amount. Consequently it cannot be said that the city is losing anything by this contract. In this connection it should be borne in mind that the city now has more than four times as much sewer as it had two years ago, and nearly one hundred water taps have been made i...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 30 March 1911

Lower Yellowstone Project, Montana-North Dakota ORDER 1. In pursuance of the Act of Con gress approved Feb. 13, 1911, (Pub. No. 353) entitled "An Act to autho rize the Secretary of the Interior to withdraw public notices issued under Sec. 4 of the Reclamation Act, and for other purposes," the following order is promulgated for the purpose of re lieving the present situation on the Lower Yellowstone Project, pending the issue of public notice modifying or abrogating the notices heretofore is sued. 2. A stay of proceedings looking to the cancellation of entries or water right applications because of failure to make payment will become effective as to all water right applications sub ject to public notices heretofore issued upon the payment of $1.50 per acre on or before March 31, 1911, subject, however, to compliance with the con ditions of a public notice to be hereaf ter issued making a building charge which shall be between $53 and $55 per acre. Such stay of proceedings shall remai...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 30 March 1911

PROCEEDINGS OF LAST SESSION Report of Regular March Meeting of the Board of Commissioners. - Much Business. (Continued from last week.) Road petition A-213 for a public highway beginning at the SE corner sections 26, T. 20, N. R. 54 E., and following as near the section line as practicable the first half mile, east, thence keeping the section line 2j miles east, to the SE corner section 29, T. 20, N. R. 55 E., was read and R. T. Hurdle, Wm. Brody and Seth Hewett duly appointed to view and report on said road road. Road petition A-214 for a public way beginning at the SE corner sec tion 18, T. 20, N. R. 55 E., and follow ing the section line due south on the section line, four miles to the SE cor ner of 6, T. 19, N. R. 55 E., thence to follow the old trail across the east part of section 7, T. 19, N. R. 55 E., to the southeast corner said section 7, was read and R. T. Hurdle, Wm. Brody and Seth Hewett duly appointed to view and report on said road. Road petition A-215 for a public hi...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 30 March 1911

PROCEEDINGS OF LAST SESSION Continued from page 4 books, etc., to properly conduct said election, and that said judges and clerks shall make their returns to this board as required by law. On motion the board appointed the following persons as trustees of the County Free High School for a period of two years, as follows: G. D. Hol lecker, C. A. Thurston, W. D. Kem mis. On motion Geo. McCone, G. D. Hol lecker, E. J. Berry, T. F. Hagan and R. L. Wyman. are duly appointed as a Dawson County Fair board for a period of one year. On motion the board appropriated $1i000.00 for a County Agricultural Falr as provided by sections 29 and 28 of the revised codes of the State of Montana. On motion Daisey Kimmell, was duly appointed for a period of two years and Thomas Pierson for a period of one year as members of the Teach er's Examining board. On motion the following teroitory, to-wit: Peginning at the SE corner of township 18, N R 59 E., thence west to Timber Creek, thence down TimberCreek to...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 30 March 1911

J. W. JONES Post offgice address, Wibaux, Mont. Horse brand on left thigh. Range on Cottonwood and Castle Creeks, 25 miles north of Witibaux. Additional brand on left thigh. A L. BURCH Post office address, Wolf point, Mont. Range Sand Creek JAS. CAVANAUGH Post office address, Glendive, Montana. Range 13 mile to Badroute. Addi tional horsbrand on left shoulder Cattle brand on right ribs and left thigh. Right ribs for cattle. Poet Office address, Sidney. Montana. Range on east Hard scamble Same brands on left ribs, or cattle. JOHN BENSON Post office address, Ridgelawn, Montana. Range Head of Hay creek. Same brand on left hip for cattle. W. W. LATHOM. Postoffice addr .Wi baux, Montana. Horses branded on left stifle as in cut. Range, C. S. and Bea ver creeks. ANDREW ANDERSON Post office address Ridgelawn, Montana. , Range, Lone Tree to Hay creek. Same brand on left shoulderfor horses. CHAS. LOVERING Post office address, Sidney, Montana. LoRaen~e north fork of Same brand on left shoulder...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 30 March 1911

Dion & Herri1 Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers SFarm Lands City Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep List your property with us. Commissions right. Dion ( Herrick Office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank Glendive, - - - - Montan TIME CARD TRAINS. Glendive, Mont. WESTBOUND Arrive Depart No. 1-..................... 420 am 4:30 am No. 3-...................... 5:20 pm 5:30 pm No. 5-...................... 3:10 am 3"20 am No. 7-....................... 7:45 pm 7:55 pm EASTBOUND No. 2-..................... 11:05 am 11:15 am No. 4-....................... 1:05 am 1:15 am No, 6-..................... 6:30 pm 6:40 pm No. 8-..................... 7:00 am 7:10 am Northern Pacific Express money orders for sale. Bankable anywhere. A. M. CLELAND, G. P. A., ST. PAUL, MINN. J. H. PALMER, Agent, Glendive. Mont. CITY BREVITIES. FARM LOANS, Montana Loan and Title Company. If you want to sell your house see Miller & Jordan. 42tf Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Heren in this city on March 24, a daughter...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 30 March 1911

Easy Payments On Irrigated Homesteads The Reclamation Service requires one-tenth cash payment on irrigated homesteads at the time of filing, and one-tenth each year until the full payment is made. they also require one year's maintenance fee to be paid in advance. Where the water right is $46.00 per acre it requires a considerable sum of money to file upon 80 acres, and a man must have quite a little money before he can undertake to go through with an 80 acre homestead. A bill is now before Congress providing in the future only $1.00 per acre shall be required at the time of filing, $1.00 per acre the next year, $2.00 per acre the third, fourth and fifth years, $3.00 per acre the sixth, seventh, and eighth years, and $5.00 per acre each year thereafter until the full amount is paid. It appears that Congress hesitates to extend these payments for a period of more than ten years, therefore if this easy payment plan was enacted into law, as outlined by this bill, up to the tenth year l...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 6 April 1911

le",, .. ... ý : HHH ,. . • . .' ,. . . : 7 . : . .. . . . ¸ ! i Volume 7-No. 7 GLENDIVE MONTANA THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1911 Eight Pages OUR AIM: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. 1 m FLAX GROakLWING IN. MONTANA Proper Methods for Seeding, Harvesting and Protection of This Valuable Crop. The numerous flax inquiries ý poration. whienh have reached the lxperiment St at ion (luring the past year indicate that this crop will have an important place on Montana farms in the very near future. The high market price offered for flax, coupled with its ability to mature good yields in areas of light moisture supply, makes it a valuable crop for the farmer who has just settled on non-irrigated land in this State. As a large proportion of the flax sown this spring will be planted on newly broken land, this circular deals especially with flax grown un der this particular condition. The principles which govern soil cultiva tion and crop management are the same on new as on old land, so that the discussion will...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 6 April 1911

YELLOWSTONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Published at Glendive, Dawson Counti, Montana by E. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Ei.ered as second-class matter March 8, 1906, at the postoffice at Glendive, Mont., under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1911. SCoriespondence. # e * Marco Markings Alex. Coburn was seen on the thriv ing street of Marco last Saturday. Mrs. Mothershead came out from Glendive last Saturday morning and went out on the Retah stage to visit some of her relatives. Mike Willot and Arden Emerson were in our town last Sunday. The snow is four inches deep in our vicinity at present, and still snowing. School started in the lower Burns school district last Monday. Dan Livingston is breaking some of his colts to drive. Alonzo Kalloch and Jack Fagen were in our city last Tuesday. The annual school meeting was held at the Burns school on April 1. Only two people were present. Marco Moonshine. Donations From Davisville Geo. Mawby, ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 6 April 1911

THE MERE MAN'S VIEWPOINT JOY OF GROWING THINGS By BYRON WILLIAMS T HE aching heart of many a saddened woman has been healed by the fragrance of her flower garden. There is a panacea in the soil and a joy in grow ing things. Every- woman should have some kind of a lhewer bed. Even a Jerusa lem cherry tree in a tomato can stuck in the window of a tenement house will affoird some incense to the soul of one who longs for the great out of doors and the grand. free sweep of God's hills and valleys. Every woman who raises flowers will understand me when I speak of the peace and pleasure that come fromI making seeds grow and bloom. Te uninitiated must serve their ap ,renticeshipl before the language I :'p-eak can he interplreted. They must .*anru of the soil and be taught by the ;lesso'ns. And as they learn to speak i his new language and to understand the roi e tint of beauty and the glow ,f health will come to their cheeks and their hearts alike. And now you who understand are pouring- ov...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 6 April 1911

IIELVIE )J A n This romance of the lost king dom of Drussenland is one of the most fascinating tales that has appeared since the days when Rider Haggard enthralled the public with "She" and "King Solomon's Mines." Read and you will follow a gallant hero of today into a realm where dwell strange people of the time of the crusades, a realm ruled by a beautiful princess, for whose love the Knight of the Silver Star battles with powerful enemies and participates in stirrir-g ad ventur es. CHAPTER I. HE. sun dropped behind the snow capped mountains to. the westward as at the sum mit of the road I came upon the village of Brayle. I shifted my knapsack from my shoulder and, leaning upon my staff, stood contemplating one of the most glorious panoramas my eyes had ever rested upon. Behind me to the north, stretching away eastward and west ward, the great mountain range, lifted its frowning tops to heaven, and to the south and southwest, from whence I had come, the world fell down to ward ver...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 6 April 1911

©rf Ihe llver 1tar Copyright, 1907, by R. F. Fenno & Co. Continued from page 4 of which was fixed a spike about half an inch long. A low steel helmet fit ting close on to the head completed their attire. For arms each man car ried a long serviceable looking sword, which hung from a broad belt fastened loosely round the waist. Except that his armor was brighter and that he had a short feather at the side of hi, helmet, Captain O'Ryan did not differ from his comrades. During the meal I was considerably surprised to find that I could under stand my companions' conversation. ()'Ryan when speaking to me spoke in English, or, rather, Irish, with a brogue, especially when he got excited, v.hlch I shall make no attempt to re produce in these pages. When talking to his men he spoke in their language. which was the most curious conglom eration I have ever heard. It was ap parently made up of several tongues, with a general groundwork of Norman. French. English, German and Italian were rep...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 6 April 1911

J. W. JONES Post office address, Wibaux, Mont. Horse brand on left thigh. Range on Cottonwood d Castle Creeks, 25 iles north of Wibaux. Additional bran left thigh. A L. BURCH Post office address, Wolf point, Mont. Range Sand Creek .JAS. CAVANAUGH Post office address, Glendive, Montana. Range 13 mile to Badroute. Addi tional horsbrand on left shoulder Cattle brand on right ribs and left thigh. Right ribs for cattle. FRANK B NORTON Poet Office address, Sidney. Montana. Range on east Hard eamble Same brands on left ribs, r cattle. JOHN BENSON Post office address, aidgelawn, Montana. Range Head of Hay creek. Same brand on left hip for cattle. W. W. LATHOM. Postoffice addr , Wi baux, Montana. Horses branded on left stifle as in cut. Range, C. S. and Bea ver creeks. ANDREW ANDERSON Post office address Ridgelawn, Montana., Range, Lone Tree to Hay creek. Same brand on left shoulderfor horses. CHAS. LOVERING Post office address, Sidney, Montana. Range, north fork of Same brand on left should...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 6 April 1911

Dion ( Herrich Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers Farm Lands I City Property I Horses, Cattle and Sheep + List your property with us. Commissions right. Dion C(D Herrick + Office Bell Street in fear of Exchange Bank "Glendive, - Montan i X° Ghnd~tseive,;;~I~E~tiii~ rr~·L~Ld~I~-~~Ct~~ff i'CHý TIME CARD Im*OF TRAINS. Glendive, Mont. WESTBOUND Arrive Depart No. 1-..................... 4:20 am 4:30 am No. 3- ....................... 5:20 pm 5:30 pm No. 5--...................... 3:10 am 3:20 am Noi. 7-........................ 7:45 pm 7:55 pm EASTBOUND No. 2- .............. .... 11:05 am 11:15 am No. 4-, ...................... 1:05 am 1:15 am No, -. .................... 6:30 pm 6:40 pm No. --. .... ............. 7:00 am 7:10 am Northern Pacific Express money orders for sale. Bankable anywhere. A. M. CLELAND, G. P. A., ST. PAUL, MINN. J. H. PALMER, Agent, Glendive. Mont. CITY BREVITIES. FARM LOANS, Montana Loan and Title Company. If you want to sell your house see Miller & Jordan. 42tf ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 6 April 1911

Fiax Growing In Montana. Continued from page 1 through the soil to neighboring plants. Plants of almost any age may be attacked. If the fungus penetra tes the young sprout at the start, the latter never gets above the sur face of the ground; and, whatever stage of development the plant may reach, when it is attacked, it droops and dies. The seat of the disease is in the roots, which become almost completely rotted off. The disease may, perhaps, extend up the stem for a few inches on one side, but such is not usually the case. When all the seeds carry the spores of the fungus or when the soil is already "sick" from a previ ous crop of flax, nearly every plant will be destroyed before maturity, and this has happened in hundreds of cases. When flax is sown on land for the first time, and only a few of the seeds carry the spores, the plants will begin to wilt and die in spots where these infested seeds were planted and the fungus will spread s/ 'I i4T S Qý4tR#Blttq'ýn nii~mitF~lIýImý /j...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 13 April 1911

f - AIN~ Volume 7-No. 8 GLENDIVE, MONTANAITHURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1911 Ei -OR N Y L 911 Eight: PTes OUR AIM: T-PUBLISH A NEWSPIAPER. d-. q . 1 s nI ,t a - -I· 1 11111. STOCK MEETING AT MILES CITY Big Time Promised Beginning with Monday Next, April 17, at Old. Cow Town. Woolgrowers !9:00 a. m. -Agriculture display ir parade on Main street, forming al !the cirlier of Montana avenue and Main. The most elaborate exhibit of n toving agriculture implements ever witnessed at one time in eastern Mopntana. Fifteen steam and gasoline traction engines under their own power, with plows, separators, discs, cl,,ver and alfalfa hullers attached. A wonderful moving picture of pow er and utilities. 10:00 a. m.--The association called to order in the opera house by the president, Hon. F. D. O'Neill of Mizpah, Montana. 10:05 a. m.--Invocation, Rev. W. S. Raymond of Miles City, Mont. 10:07 a. m.-Address of welcome, SC. W. Butler of Miles City, Mont. 10:10 a. m.---Response, Bert Ham mond of Forsyth, Mont. 1...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 13 April 1911

YELLOWSTONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Published at Clendive, Dawson County. Montana by E. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-class matter March 3, 1905, at the postoffice at Glendive, Mont., under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. THURSDAY. APRIL 13, 1911. Teddy Speaks For Ten Minutes Hon. Theodore Roosevelt, the only living ex-president of the United States, arrived in Glendive this even ing at about 5 minutes of six o'clock from the west. Though the time for advertising his coming was compara Lively short, a great crowd had assem bled to greet him, and as the train pulled into the station, Mr. Roosevelt came upon the rear platform bowing to the populace and with the famous smile very much in evidence. For per haps ten minutes he spoke, giving voice to some of his well known ideals of American citizenship, and incident ally relating in a humorous vein some of his early day experiences around Glendive and vicinity when he was a rancher near Me...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
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