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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 14 December 1911

F The 1amuinj of Red Butte Western By FRANCIS LYNDE Copyright, 1910, by Ch."rles Scrib ner's Sons. When the sally of the trainmaster J his forlorn hope squad had left the 0tce story *f the headquarters build iag limost deserted it - a1s ie force o were mechanical h: .t that sent 1jigerwood back to his room to close t desk before going down to order e Nadia out of the zone of immediate danger. There was a chair in his way, and in the darkness " and in his haste he stumbled over it. When he recov ered himself two men with handker chief masks over their faces were en ~reng from the corridor, and as he turned at the sound of their footsteps. they sprang upon him. For the first rememberable time in his li'e Howard Lidgerwood met the challenge of violence joyfully, with every muscle and nerve singing the battle song and a huge willingness to slay or be slain arming him for the hind to hand struggle. Twice he drove the lighter of the two to the wall with well planted blows, and once he got...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 14 December 1911

BY HLJRY RUSSELL MILLER COPRIG IT, 1910) , BY BOBBS TML .RILL CO. PROLOGUE. Bob AMcAdoo, waif of the slams, ragged, hard fisted news boy,, masterful office boy, bully of Irqshtown, steel worker, ward boss, boss of the Steel City, is the central figure of this absorbing, thrilling, realistic story of Amer ican politics. He is friendless, but one friend enters his life and changes its whole course. He is a hater of women, but one .wom an comes between him and his sole friend, and then things hap pen that are worth while. Un flagging heart interest is the dom inant characteristic of this great, real life romance of today. CHAPEM 1. KNIGHT ERRANT. IN the heart of the foothills, In a basin where two rivers meet to form a mighty third, lies the Steel City. To see it you must journey by night along its rivers, whose yel low, placid waters, reflecting the lights of a hundred steamers, seem a field of gold incrusted with diamonds, rubies and emeralds. Mile after mile you pass by mills, mills...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 14 December 1911

,HE MAN HIGHER UP Continued from page 4 ot a cint a N I oran ueciarou fatly. Bob gave no answer to this declara around the nakedness of his preste e yelled again: "But ye could uever 'a' done it when I was in train Ye never could." A derisive shout went up. "Ha," snered one. an erstwhile supporter, *xts easy enough to say that now, when there's no chance o' provin' it." With the bellow of a mad bull Hag sprang toward the speaker, who ed the saloon. The ex-pugilist, grim sd desperate, turned to the crowd. .Come on, ye dogs! Bob McAdoo's icked we, but ye haln't. An' ye can't onoue o' ye, all o' ye! If there's any inks he can come on, as many as ye e an' 1': show ye!" , ~Eight;" said Bob contemptuously. ~I judge you can handle about a dos en, faggin. If more'n that comes I'm with you." out none came. The next was the hardest and the greatest moment in Haggin's life. Un der the bully was hidden a crude man bood; He turned to his conqueror and said slowly. "Ye licked me, Bob McAdoo, fair...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 14 December 1911

J. W. JONES Post office address, Wibauzx, Mont. Horse brand on left thigh. n oa Range on Cottonwood nd Castle E 2b es north of Additional bra'4U on left ttigh. A L. BURCH -Post office ;address. Wolf point,,(pt Range Sand Crek JAS. CAVANAUGH Post office address, Glendive, Montana. Range 13 mile to Badroute.Addi tionai horabrand 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 ble 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 e Wi baux. Montana. Horses branded on left stifle as in cut. Range,. C. S.jand 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 adress. Sidney, Montanan. Range. aorthfork of GEORGE S OTIS P O. Ridgelaw...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 14 December 1911

pion (A lierricik Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers Farn Lands City Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep List yUr property with us. Commissions right. Dion (M Herrick office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank S- - Montana Geendive, TIME CARD TRAINS. Glendive, Mont. W N Arrive Depart WESBOUND .. 4:20 am 4:80 am h. ... .... 5:38 pm 5:48 pm ,,a.. 5:30 am 3:40 am '.5 .. 10:80 pm 10:40 pm . 6:30 am F troOUND ....... 11:25am 11:35am . 1:25 am 1:35 am S.. . .... 5:48 pm 5:58 pm 60 - ........ 5:00 am 5:10 am ,o nd Mail only. Ni glendive East. PacIfic Express money orders for ui 51nkable anywhere. A CLELAND, G. P. A., ST. PAUL, MINN. y,. BUCHNBR, Agent, Glendive. Mont. CITY BREVITIES. FARM LOANS, Montana Loan and Title Company. 1y1 iiwi SephO chocolates. If It's from . Kody Kitchen It must be good. J, H. Mosher made a business trip to Miles City a few days ago. When in Stipek stop at the Herbert Hotel. 52t6 Miss Isabel Rock has taken a posi tion with the Glendive Drug Co. "Rooms For Rent" ca...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 14 December 1911

R Ti Eto., Poses=a t Northwestern Improvemnpt Co. to Mary Cochrane Ha0cel l, 1Wf 15-20-58, $222, Cont. Mary Cochrane Ha to T. F. Hagan, W4NW 15-2048. .$t, As-, sign. Cont. Glendive Land Co., to the folle. ing, lots in Riverview Park W ), $1: Mrs. Catherine Goodrich, Robl. Ayre, August Honeymonn, A. L. and C. E. Lundell, Mi's. Alice L. Wheeler, James H. Reid, C. At. Hut chinson. United States to Ingeborg Chiol.. te, WiNEk and WISEj 28-25-59; Reg. Cert. United States to Henry B. Wal ker, NEJ 8-14-59, Reg. Cert. William Lindsay to R. M. Bach miller, SE¢ 21-17-52, $1, W. D. Frank Johnson to John Michels, Ej 36-14-60, $800, W. D. John B. Densmore to Helen M. Densmore, SE1 22-16 60, $1, W. D. Claude A. York to Publie, SISEi, NWiSE4, SWiNEk 23-27-48, Notice of Water Right. George Hartig to Public, SW4 23 27-48, Notice of Water Right. Robert Alguire to Dawson Coun ty, land in 35-15-60, $100, W. D. United States to Frank R. Brxu tenfeldt, S Wj 2-14-60, Patent. East. Montana Land Co.. to T._ ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 21 December 1911

Volume 7-No, 44 GLENDIVE, MONTANA, THURSDAY. DEC. 21, 1911 Eight Pages OUR AIM: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. eNRYB;.f CrII IYTMASTID : r ý h e 6 ý f st ý s p r ý p r o s r th a te9r ý h a d h f d tr9ee bit~ar' rdF A'/y f- ` C aorh 'th e, 2/o 4I; d'boi ;os\8 Chlao10 4 1l 9$ · ohr, e /YnQ"cC oelý ýý sjý6a$ h/` a ° ý dt TTHE LONG TRIP IS ENDEDI Governors' Special Adver tises Great Northwest. St. Paul, Dec. 16.--The western governors who returned to St. Paul today from their 4,000 mile tour of the East formed a permanent orga nization this afternoon. to be known as the Western Governors' associa tion.. The first.meeting will be held here on Monday, when Walter L. Fisher, secretary of the interior, will be the principal speaker. Governor Norris of Montana was elected president and Governor West of Oregon, secretary. It was decided to hold next year's meeting at Boise, Idaho. The object of the association will be to discuss matters of import re garding the development of the West, with a view ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 21 December 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. DEC. 21, 1911. Grand Jury Findings Well, the grand jury has return ed its findings, and nothing at all sensational has been brought to light, as many predicted would be. All the county offices were found in good condition, without excep tion. It was recommended that the county commissioners let road work by the contract system; also, that they grant no more saloon licenses for out of the way places. Minor recommendations as to the saloons and restricted district of Glendive were made. All in all the county was given a fairly presentable bill of health. What The Tour Means The settlement and development of the West means larger markets for eastern manufactured products and a greater food supply to satisfy th...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 21 December 1911

A-ft ' I,- Yj'EN4RY RUSSELL MILLER COP.RIGHT, 1910 ,BY OBs MELRR.ILL CO. tion other than to collect the coins and ace themn in his pocket. Then he took his (' from its peg and without , word or ba ckw ard glance made for tie door. ,iHoiuld on there." Patrick cried, seiz ing in. "'Where arre ye goin'?" I den't know." said Bob coolly. "Thin why arre ye lavin' this time av night ?" "I'm ,goin' to find a' place where they'll let te pay." For a itunent Patrick stared help lessly at his wife and then laughed de lightedly. "Ain't he th' little diviil! Hand th' money to th' ould woman. Ye stay.'. Bob. ' So Bob established his footing and won his sec~ond battle. Years passed, and. Bob grew in stat ure. it'f not in wisdom, viewing life fr.m the lowly standpoint of the newsie and being thoroughly spoiled by his friends. It was strange, the matter of fact fashion in which he tyranized over Patrick and Norah. Over Molly and Kathleen he lorded as absolutely when he crndesceuded to share their gam...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 21 December 1911

BADW RECK Twelve Kd NfivLtei Injure persons are dead and. a.ire orin b injured as the result a silk ., on the Chiicadc eglwaukee & St Pal road, runninA ii ea second see the Colupabia crashing iea tei rear sleeper of thi flyer at the t here, early today. The engine of the silk special plow ed five feet deep into hel~p~ee, the last car of the ;er, but ithe greatest loss of life was n the frpn't end4.f the sleeper, which was telescoped by the doning car ahead, . Long after it was believed all the dead had been take ~~irom. the. ci s, wreckers found, l1e thi a fternoon, two bodies ini the emrnpled sIeeper, literally cut to pieces. Identifcation of these is impossibe.: Although both the diner and sleeper III II . . ., . . . . . . .Ill MY CIIS S TREASURE, By CHARLE K. JOHANSEN. [Copyright by American Press ssoc-a tion, 1911.] SAM an everyda ysPtter at fact young man; romantea as i~old blooded, a an~ an. I $ ave never been ;superstitious and kim a' believer in material spit yey. I have...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 21 December 1911

SOME CHRISTMAS BEVERAGES. F .MP1iRANCE drinks in which T Christmas healths may be drunk a.re in demand at the holiday sea ou. There are many of these, and gome of thern are quite delicious. Fruit jucles may be bought, and these kY7 be used as the basis for many of the drinks. served with cake in tiny glasses capped by a s)pray f mint or a glace cherry, they will add to the charm of the children's inform.al Christmas tree party. of 'ourse some refreshments must be oijn hlind when friends come in to look at the ,woiderful (Christmas tree, :aid what ,ieri than something of this sort nanded, it+rouand on trays by the lit tle ones themselves. Innocuous Christmas Beverages. Here are come recipies for harmless fruit drink,: Lemon Nec tar.-Pour over the thin, vellow riln of four lemons two gal lons of water boiling hot. Cover close ly and let stand until cold: then add the juirie o4f the lemons, two pounds of sugar and one pound of raisins that have b)een put through a mincing. a lhine. Mri...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 21 December 1911

J. W. JONES Post office address, Wibanx, Mont. Horse brand on left thigh. Range on Cottonwood d Castle Cr SiL esnorth of ibi. Additional bra 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, aidgelawn, Montana. Range Head of Hay creek. Same brand on left hip for cattle. W. W. LATHOM. Postoffice addre *. Wi baux, Montana. Horses branded on left stifle as in cut. Range, C. S. rand 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 brand on le...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 21 December 1911

ion (. Herrick Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers Farm Lands City Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep ~List your property with us. Commissions right. Dion & Herrick Office Bell Street in rear of Exchange Bank " ledi, - - Montana l_-ena -, ........ TIME CARD -OF Glendive, Mont. wETOUND Arrive Depart WE.SOUN ..D 4:20 am 4:30 am No. 1 . ........ . 5:38 pm 5:48 pm :--' ... 3:30 am 3:40 am o 5-. ; .... ..... .......... 10:30 pm 10:40 pm . " .............. 6:30 am EAST IOUND 11:25 am 11:35 am tio.'. ................. 1:25 am 1:35 am No.L··· . · 1:25 am 1:35 am No. 4-- ........ .... 5:48 pm 5:58 pm S- ......... ......... 5:00 am 5:10 am 1 and 2, Mail only: ,;h7 and n. (lendive East. Northern Paciice Express money orders for sle. Bankable anywhere. A, M. iLELAND, G. P. A., ST. PAUL, MINN. . J. BUCHNER, Agent, Glendive. Mont. CITY BREVITIES, FARM LOANS, Montana Loan and Title . Company. Razors keen, towels cl-ean. Houck's. Nuf sed. F.(;. Grambs of Bismarck is a cityite on business. When in...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 21 December 1911

CHRISTA EVE N WNIN By A. C. ROWSEY. ww w w w wM UMkAA w n 1 i t1 Yifýii,ý . d}'l [fts1 !ffs, i~~ tCopyriiht by Ameridrn Po Ci tion, 191.] T was storming and the night be fore Christmas, suf ient rea sons, it appeared, to jstify the gang at the Double D outft in reaching the conclusion that it ought to go down to Casey's and get good and properly full of cheer. Certaln of the outfit, inspired more by thrst than by reasoning power, reached the con clusion and Casey's early If the after noon. Every one got there before sun down--every one, that is, excepting the Devil's Own. Black Pete, the buck dancer, who had been doing his utmost with feet and voice, succumbed early in the evening and now lay, a dark and so uorous mass, in the corner of the / S'WHAT DO ion THINK 09 owATI barroom. The punchers and herders had assembled in armed truce for the ilght around the poker table, and all jwas decent and harmonious. Then the (Devll's Own flung open the door and game in, accompaniled by a blast...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 28 December 1911

iA PP Y NEYR L 'E R ." Volume 7-No. 45 GLENDIVE, MONTANA. THURSDAY. DEC. 28, 1911EitPae 0111 AIM: TO PUBLISH A HES PA nPR. OTTOOR le9 1 I A-7 J~1'iI NORRIS TELLS RESULTS OF TRIP East Has: Eyes Opened to Wonders of Northwest. Ilel( na, I)ec. 24.--Gover'nor Edwin I.. Norris today made the .following statement concerning the recent "in vasion of the east" by the western governors, the manner in which the tour was financed, and the possible result of the missionary work done for the W*est on the trip. "The idea originated with and the tour was organized and 'conducted ,by former Governor James N. Brady of Idaho, and his untiring efforts contributed largely to the success of the tour. "For the financing of the tour the" state of California and the P anama Pacific Exposition company contrib uted $5,000, and seven other states contributed $1,500 each, making an aggregate of $15,500. The total ex penses of the trip were about $13,000 so that there will be ia small balance on hand. The $1,50...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 28 December 1911

ELLOWSTONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPBENDENT. Publiated at Glendivpe Dawson County. Monta, i by E. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-elas matter March 3, 198. at the postaitce at Glendive, eaLt. under the AIe of Congree of March &. 18r. THURSDAY. DEC. 28, 1911. Should Be A Lesson Otto Duscher was sentenced to ors( year in the penitentiary at the re cent term of the district court, foi shevoting a horse belonging to Wrm. Ryan. The horse was loose on thE range and Duscher claimed that it was trespassing on his homestead property. Such high-handed meth. ods of petty revenge have never beer very popular here, however, and the opinion of the court and jury wa: quickly expressed by the prompi prison sentence. Taking spite oui on a dumb animal is one of the moss cowardly things in the criminal cat egory, and Duscher may consider himself lucky to get off with so light a sentence. The recently organized stock association is after others of like stripe and wil...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 28 December 1911

•n -. hr cti RUSlopMIL y .HitRY RUSSELL MILLER CGPYRIGHT, i910,BY " OBBS MERRILL CO. CHAPTER LI. TIE ROAD) TO POWER. T HE lure of politics had caught fub. From the night of his tight with raggin. he began , r.take the game seriously, devoting much time and work to the perfection a)f his organfization. A few n;Ontlh inter the new field suddenly opened wider° bef6re' him: An era of "reforI" was impending. No'. the` Steel City was ruled by what was popularly and appropriately denolmirnted the "hog combine," a group 8f gentlemen headed ahd herd ea by Steele and Harmon, voluntarily associated to relieve the public of the bDrden of .government. While Steele, a born political strate gist and a man of magnetic personali ty, the felart and brains of the organ ization. lived the machine found smooth sailing. But the "combine" fell upon hiard times. Steele died, and the leadership devolved upon Harmon. HarmQA possessed none of the per sonal ~magnetism that had made Steele's critics Love the ma...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 28 December 1911

A New Year's Dream We stand upon the threshold of the year of 1912 And gaze into the future-the fu ture that will be When the days that make the future shall have come and vanished all And we find ourselves contending with grim reality. I am'waiting for the opening of the door of 1912 And 'am growing quite impatient with the dally of old time. I Bm nodding, perhaps napping; ah space is all a blur, The room is getting misty, and I cannot trace a line. Hark! I hear the sound of voices- the lights begin to flare, The room now seems more brilliant, and is filled with life and song Oh! the walls are pure marble and they glitter everywhere, As they reverbrate. the voices of the glad and joyous throng. The room is filled with fragrance, sweet flowers here and there Are tipping, in the evening breeze, their vases of perfume, And spilling each their contents up on the willing air, As it floats in gentle zephyrs through each window of the room. Sweet music swells and hearts grow glad, as it f...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 28 December 1911

o e eeeeoo**** 99**e°° f y flARS0 tADL€Y . SCopyright by Arneric, 9 PY clatlon, 1 -. T HIERE was UnoG.eet Joh8 Dorman shoul4 ot havr r placed the pan* o glass as soon as it became broken. Especially was there no Valid reason why he should have postponed it until holiday time: it would have saved him some labor and Mrs. Dorman uch annoyance had he bees mnre prompt, and there would have been uo story to tell. John Dorman was the vilfage under taker., In the house of mourning he was sympathetic, tactful and consid erate. In the social circle he was wit ty and a teller of good anecdotes. At home he governed his children dis creetly,. cherished his wife tenderly and lost no chance to have fun. That was the true reason for his neglect of the broken windowpane. Who broke the window glass or how does not matter. It was the library window, and that did matter to Mrs. Dorman wh-nb ' John tacked a square nPsUTLY Hn C At ~D TA" t '. +Z of pasteboard into the g-.h to stop the draft till sueb tcl...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 28 December 1911

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