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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 27 July 1911

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Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 27 July 1911

LARGELY FOR ROAD MATTERS Last Meeting of the Commissioners Is Largely Given to Forming New Highways. Continued from last week. Road petition A-257 for a public high way beginning at the southeast corner of lot 7, Sec 2, T 25 N, R 57E, thence north on the east boundary of said lot half n: e to the Twp line thence, west on the Twp line a distance of 1j mile by section corners, thence north on sec tion line a distance of one mile by sec tion, thence west on section line a dis tance of 2j miles to the southwest cor ner of the SEj SE¼, Sec 30, T 26N, R 57E, thence north on the 40 line on fourth mile, thence west on the 40 line quarter mile, thence north on the quar ter line half mile, thence in a north westerly direction about id miles to the SW cor Sec 18, said T, thence north on the T one mile, thence west on the sec tion line 1 3-4 miles, thence north on the 40 line quarter mile, thence west on the section line quarter mile, thence north on the section line half mile, thence is a nort...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 27 July 1911

Yellowstone Monitor E. A. MARTIN, Publisher. Stjbscrriptio0 Price. S2.OO Year. THURSDAY, JULY27, 1911. THE MERE MAN'S VIEWPOINT WOMAN WHO DARES By BYRON WILLIAMS I WANT to tell you a true story of a1 woman who should wear one of C(arllegie's gold medals, but she doesn't. I want to tell you this stn,;y because it may cheer you and wake you more thankful for what you h i a -uit you at. I want to tell you this that you may compaf" your trials and your efforts with those of this woman and gain strength from her bravery. They lived in the city. Her hus band was a dentist. Reverses came, and the physician sent them to the country. The man would not live loug, he said, but it would be nicer for hinm to die in the suburb. They had a little money-so little! He could not work at his profession. ,omebody had to earn bread and clothes and fuel. While discussing preservation they bought a small plot of ground, paying a little down. The husband, dressed in his city clothes, went to the local lumb...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 27 July 1911

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Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 27 July 1911

Dion (. HerricK Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers Farm Lands City Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep List your property with us. Commissions right. Dion t(D Herrick Office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank Glendive, - - - Montana i . " .t .. ...i. ,__---......-.L I . . ml. -ir TIME CARD Z,, oF-- TRAINS. Glendive, Mont. WESTBOUND Arrive Depart .......... 4:20 am 4:30 am No. 1--............ ..... . 5:38 pm 5:48 pm No. -. . 3:30 am 3:40 am No. 5- ................ .. . 10:30 pm 10:40 pmr FNo. ight .... ......... ...... 6:30 am EASTBOUND .. 11:25 am 11:35 am No. 2- . . 1:25 am 1:35 am No. --. ................... .....5:48 pm 5:58 pm . - ............ . .:00 am 5:10 am No. 1 and 2, Mail only. No ;and S, ;!endive East. Northern Pacific Express money orders for sale. Bankable anywhere. 4, M. CLELAND. G. P. A., ST. PAUL, MINN. Wj. , BUCHiNER. Agent. Glendive. Mont. CITY BREVITIES. FARM LOANS, Montana Loan and Title Company. When in Stipek stop at the Herbert Hotel. 52t6 Miss O'Neal left Sa...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 27 July 1911

EVERIYBODY BOOST FOR GENDIVE AND 15,000 PPULATION IN 1915 Stands for A-i Stands for Bank Stands for City Meat Market Stands for Drugs Which means extra fine,- Regrets for opportunities passed, are always We all must eat and we all eat meat, When you have use for them, 'tis quality ounts, That's the HOTEL JORDAN, the best on the I. v ain, And it's always nicer from a shop that's neat; And not simplythe price, nor yet the amounts line, .aint no use to grumble and complain," In our place you'll find everything dainty and Our stock is fresh and strictly brand new Which with THE THECKLA, the annex new, That your down on your luckand the world's cleanWe've goods for your sweetheart, your wife Is the largest in Montana, from a room point - out of tune,- A shopping place for a Montana queen; and for you; of view; Altho your life's half spent, and away past its And then there's our New Cold Storage Plant, If you want what you want when you want it, E. J. Berry, the proprietor, "the man behin...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 3 August 1911

Volume 7-No. 24 GLENDIVE, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUG 3, 1911 Eight Pages OUR AIM: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. _ ii l !• I _ • "i iI i ii •i i • i --• i • ii i i ii iii i i- - ii ii I - i. iIi i• ii ii i • i l i i i i i JUNGLE BEASTS SWALLOW GAME "Tigers" from Wibaux Romp Home with Hides of Glendive Team in Their Claws. Well, it might have been worse. The newly organized Glendive base ball team met the famous Wibaux Tigers at the old Fair grounds lot, last Sunday afternoon and tasted the first dregs of defeat from the concoc tion of benders that the $150 per month Indian, "Chief" Cadreau dished up. This defeat at the hands of Wibaux means nothing to the followers of the game in this, as our neighbor village has the credit and distinction of hav ing tile highest salaried team trotting the prairies in this section and they have taken the measure of a whole lierJ of the fast ones also. It will serve as a dose of medicine to the locals and cause them to loosen up the "'pep" and put more ginger i...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 3 August 1911

YELLOWSTONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Published at Glendive, 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, AUG. 3, 1911. 9~IEi WASHINGTON LETTER Washington has been swept with wave after wave of political excite ment during the past few months. The latest political explosion was the scandalous attack of Wickersham on Dr. Wiley, chemist and pure food ex pert of the Agricultural Department. Dr. Wiley is an untiring foe of adul terated and poisonous foods. The big food canners of the country are anx ious to have Dr. Wiley removed from his position of Government chemist so that they can name his successor, who of course will be satisfactory to them and lax in enforcing the pure food law. These food -adulteraters, the big canners, secured an investiga tion of Dr. Wiley's department and all that they could find against...

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

ewld o Lt hito e A ncec." orU play a double game, Count Vasca," she said se verely. "You b'trayed me, whom you erur fessed to serve. You would now betray him to whom you have transferre sd your al legiance." "For your sake," he answered. "Do not forget that." '"For my sake?" ,You are a princess in Drussenland. you would be queen. As your knight I could but draw a good sword in your sereice; as a king I can give you my hand to help you mount the throne you covet." "I have ceased to covet a throne. To morrow I die." "Never by my will. I am here to save you. By the king's permission I am here. If I can win your consent to be my wife he has promised you life and freedom. Even so far is Count Vasca powerful. But I have a far greater aim. Consent, and we will leave this dungeon and the city. Be fore nightfall tomorrow Yadasara will be in our bands, the king our prisoner. It wants but the sharp note of a trum pet to call half the city to my banner." "Then let the trumpet sound at day break...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 3 August 1911

Of theof By P s CY BR ER Copyrghbt, 1907, by RL F. Fenno & Co. Derore us. "You have been long." "We are here," I answered. "Why. man, that is not like yourl voice. What has happened?" And he caught hold of me. "Wet too. The boat was there." "Yes, but we did not come the way we intended. Give me some wine. I am thoroughly done. A little rest and I shall be all right," I said. "Rest must wait. We cannot stay here. Your highness is wet too." And O'Ryan offered her the flask. "Must we start at once?" "Yes, at once." The wine did me good. I took a longer draft of it than would have been good for me at any other tiue. It drove the cold out, and the blood be gan to leap through my veins again. In the saddle I felt a new man, and, with Daria between us, we began our journey. The day dawned as we galloped on ward. We did not talk. Neither Daria nor I had inclination to- do so, and O'Ryan. I think,* kept his eye upon both of us lest we should become ex hausted and fall from our saddles. T...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 3 August 1911

'1u z i H4 [TmIOI OF BARLEYAND HOPS Over Ligit Thousand Dollar. Notable Feature of the Amer= t ;. Aw~vrded to Farmers ican Exposition of Brew Sz:i.rise These Crops by ing Machinery, Materials i-.e.i.:.ial Barley and and Products -== Eminent -ioi; i.,xibit, Chicago, Oct. Experts on the Committee i 22. of Awards. .-. . . I ' S ; h portant crops in the ti h cen'tra;l west, .. . .. ,,,,- l "~1 'a'iftle coast . . l:irl h1ops, botlh of iideralble care in Iv- . u.cf nmarket for the : :rl is the malting , .1li s principally , , ilIing trades. The i imo-:t exclusive nmarket 1 - re, in1 industry. ,i r of years American S_ eltlists have devoted ii these crops for the upg t(u which prop ,!il their value to S I ,:riey, there is con S': ;i.: of opinion, the ..:n and European ii; , (r ing to an extent. W .' l!i scientific inquiry "l ,:oled far enough to .... dcree of certainty i.. ., leah,.&ing characters of tli,' ';; :: :It make up its value to 111 '' CI who uses it. Dep "a± -;.K s of Agricul...

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

J. W. JONES Post office n;.ress Wibaux, Mont. Horse brand on -left thigh. Range on Cottonwood and Castle Creeks, 25 inorth of Wibaux. 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. FRANK B NORTON Poet Office address, Sidney. Montana. Range on east Hard scamble Same brands on left ribs, for 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. Range, north fork of Lone Tree. Same bra...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 3 August 1911

Dion (si He1 Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers Farm Lands City Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep i List your property with us. Commissions right.. Dion (~ HerricK Office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank SGlendive, Montana ! Gle " .nsmeeemmesemsasmeaemsss TIMIE CARD "-OOF TRAINS. Glendive, Mont. WESTBOUND Arrive Depart .4:20 am 4:30 am . .o.. i-- ...... 5:38 pm 5:48 pm .o.. ::- ....... 3:30 am 3:40 am .. . -- ' ..... . . .... ... 10:30 pm 10:40 pm S - .. ..... ... 6:30 am EASTBOUND .. 11:25 am 11:35 am ,o. ..... 1:25 am 1:35 am ...-. .............. .. . 5:48 pm 5:58 pm ........ ............. 5:00 am 5:10 am o i and . ?Mail only. Sand c. ,lendive East. Northern Pacific Express money orders for ., iBankable anywhere. A. 5.. CLELAND, G. P. A., ST. PAUL, MINN. W, J. BUCHNER, Agent. Glendive. Mont. CITY BREVITIES. FARM LOANS, Montana Loan and Title Company. Ice-cream cones 5c at the Princell Drug Co. ltf J. F. Cook, of Billings, was an o:.er-Sunday , ,uest at the Martin ranch. "Rooms...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 3 August 1911

HOPS VALUED BY LOOKS AND ..OM A Best Are Raisel n Bohe a Bavaria and Parfsof England According to the prevailing opinions, which, according to some American growers, are mere prejudices, the best hops are raised in Bohemia, Bavaria and some parts of England, notably Kent. Most American brewers as dell as their European brothers value hops largely by their appearance and their aroma. This ,matter is being HEAD OF GOLDTHORPE BABLEY. thrashed out thoroughly in connection with the barley and hop exhibition which will be held in Chicago Oct. 12-22. As in the case of other aromat ic plants, the sources of the aroma are not well understood. Aroma usually depends upon such minute particles of substance that even the delicate re actions in the chemical laboratory are frequently inadequate to discover them. The high prices which are paid, for instance, for certain wines are based upon their flavor or aroma, and yet this flavor or aroma cannot be discovered by chemical analysis. It is not surp...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 10 August 1911

'cio Volume 7-No, 25 GLENDIVE, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUG 10, 1911 Eight Pages OUR AIM: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. SECRETARY OF STATE DEAD Mir. Yoder Expires Near Helena from Heart Disease, While on Trip with Friends. t!dent:a, Aug. 7-Secretary of State! A . Yoder died of heart failure this :Iftern()·'n while picnicking, at Union yille with friends. The news of his (eath spread rapidly and came as a :.,eat shock to the community, for while quiet in disposition, Mr. Yoder i..Id the respect that is accorded to few otfcle holders. Arrangements for the funeral have not been made but it s probable that the body will be shipped to Butte for interment. The vacancy caused by his death will be filled for the unexpired term by Governor Edwin L. Norris. This will vest control of all the important state boards in the hands of the democrats, the only republican member on the important boards being Attorney General A. J. Galen. " With J. W. Christie he last night went to Unionville where his wife has be...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 10 August 1911

YELLOWSTONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Published at Glendive, 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. AUG. 10, 1911. Of Course You Have Did This. Did you ever go to a moving pic ture show and sit in front of a couple of ladies, one of whom had witnessed the picture before and knew how it all came off the reel. Pleasant, now, isn't it? The other night we had the ex treme pleasure of this same perform ance and we remembered a portion of the conversation and here it is: "My, isn't this hall crowded, I don't l see why so many people want to go a picture show." Just then the 1 piano started and one remarked, "I wonder what the subjects are to night, oh pshaw, I have seen this before." Then explaining" to her a companion "You know the good looking fellow there is in love with C the heroine and her"-"there's Mis' S...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 10 August 1911

THE MERE MAN'S VIEWPOINT YOUTH LOSING A JOY By BYRON WILLIAMS ND now comes a com . mittee of circus men with a half bushel of where ages and there fores to reform the circus poster. They say that heretofore the an nouncements of the lion and the tiger, the giraffe and the hippopot armus have been too gaudy and sen sational. T h e y propose, therefore, ", o obliterate "yel low" advertising and get down to brass tacks. pEF~i.IS TIE THOUGHT Perish the thought! Thet announcement strikes at person ril liberty. From time immemorial ttlt, lion on the billboard has been a terrible beast whose jaws dripped blood upon the unfortunate huiter pihLied beneath his feet. The elephant (.l Bill Smith's barn ever was a mad c(eataure charging .rampantly upon a fl.ei~ig hunch of spear bearing black Imen. The hippopotamus exhibited every sprilng in my home village never failed to ocucupy the entire side of the grain elevator at the foot of Main street, «while the giraffe frequently had to have a piece t...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 10 August 1911

eoryespondence. Here, There and Everywhere t A fine rain fell here July 30. Miss Phoebe Cosier of Poplar visi ted :last week at the Smith farm. Mrs. Frank Steele and daughters, Lovie and Florence, visited Friday a with Mrs. Tom Bowden. a Walter Cary and wife wereThurs- I day evening callers at Jim Arthur's. { Mr. Gaunt and Mrs. Lavelie were ( Monday visitors at Geo. Bicker's. £ George Winters and sister Tillie -visited Sunday at Will Good's. Harvesting has begun in our vi- 5 cinity. The crops are very short. 1 Miss Bealah Moore is working for the Remely family. I Miss Mea Leonard was a Monday 1 night visitor at Frank Steele's. Miss Esther Rounds is over from 1 Poplar on her claim. Miss Maud Nelson came Thursday for a month's visit with her rela tives. Special Correspondent. STIPEK NOTES John M. Hals, the Savage mer chant, was a caller in our burg on his way to Glen. Mr. Hammerel has returned to his I home in Richardton, N. D., after vis iting his daughter, Mrs. Fred Kuntz, for a few...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 10 August 1911

yellowstone vMonitor E. A. MARTIN, Publisher". ptio Ce. 2.00 Year. ýibscriptbot ý Price. FTiUPRSDAY, AUG. 10, 1911. _,-------------------- Real Estate Transfers From bulletin issued by Montana Loan & Title Co., Posteftice Building E. W. (urrens to Annie Anderson, :;ESE iLot 4, 35-24-59, $2,500, W. D. :, W. Currens to Marius Anderson, NWiSE~ Lot 3, 35-24-59, $2,000, W. fEi K. Clark to H. K. Schuster, L,.~ b onLd 7, Block 15, Wibaux, W. )., 8 400. C,. C. Hurley to H. F. Johnson, 21 in . (;lendive, W. D., $125. B ert Arlington to A. H. Phillips, S.IvE Lots 1 and 2, 6-16-57, W. D., Anna Costello to Anton J. Storvik, :E NIg, E½SEJ Sec. 6, Lots 4-5-9, is,. 5-26-59, $3,000. W. D. Alvina 1. Kurth to O. P. N. Ander sn, S 1-20-57, Assign. Cont., $6,400. Northwestern Improvement Co., to Ji,..i S. Johnson, Sj 1-20-59, Cont. John S. Johnson to D. L. Lytle, i 520-59, Assign. Cont , $190. 1). L. Lytle to AlvinaM Kurth, S½ 1i.2u-59, Assign. Cont., $1,000. Joseph Bilyeu to T. J. Varhely, Agreeme...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 10 August 1911

J. W. JONES. Post dfice address, Wibaux, Mont. Horse brand on left thigh. Range on Cottonwood and Castle Creeks, 25 miles north of Wibaux. 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 sight ribs and left thigh. Right ribs for cattle. -FRANK B NORTON Poet Office address, Sidney. Montana. Range on east Hard scamb' Same brands on left ribs, or cattle. JOHN BENSON Post office address, aidgelawn, Montana. Range Head of Hay creek. Same brand on left hip for cattle. W. W. LATHOM. Postoffice addri -, Wi baux, Montana. Horse: 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 Lone Tree. Sa...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
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