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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 28 December 1911

9ion (. ferrick Real Estate and Live Stock Dealers Farm Lands City Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep List your propert, with as.. Commissions right. Dion ~i Herricl o Office Bell Street is rear of Exchange Bank Glendive, - - Montana TIME CARD S TRAIN& Glendive, Monrt. Arrive. Deprt wESTBOUND 4:20 am 4:30 .e 5:38 pm 5:48 pm 3:30 am .3:40 m . 0:30 pm 10:40 pm. 6:30 am "EASTBOUND 11:25 am 11:35 am . --. . 1:25 am 1:35 am ;-.... 5:48 pm .5:58 pm S.. :00 am 5:10 am and Mail o)i!,:, le)Pli' East. ortuhern Pacific Express money orders for i ankarble anywhere. SCLELAN, G. P. A., ST. PAUL, MINN. ,,I BUCHNER, Agent. Glendive. Mont. CITY BREVITIES. FAR[I LOANS, Montana Loan and, Title Company. Leap Year will be with us again. ,2 Mmonday nex't. ln,:'t mi s the Firemen's Ball on JaL 1. When in Stipek stop at, the.H.erbert Hotel. 52t6 Wanted--Boy at Monitor Office. Frank Bamber is back fromn £ vis it at various Minnesota points, Razors keen, towels clean. Ilouck's. N"f sei. H. J. Gallagher wa...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 28 December 1911

!- - -~ I _- -I- - -ll Lilall)ailii iniu inullH M , n nlnau Glendive Opera House. hursday Jan. 41912 J. R. WIDMYER, Manager. The Most Successful, Most Popular and Most Fascinating Romance of Recent Years A LOVE BEHIND A THRONE Dramatized by GRACE HAYWARD Adapted by GEO. D. BAKER }; S From the Novel of George Barr McCutcheon Author of Bre wster's Mi lions The Most Lavish and Magnificent Scenic Production . on tour this season Enacted by a Cast of Players of Unusual Excellence including Among others Ice fro# fir.ts of LouSZIta SIm0ons and Atkins Lawrence Seats on Sale at Stewart's Confectionery Jan. 1, 1912. Prices $1.50, $1.00 and 50 cents. AlII MilI iE AIRD iW W 'llfl·.illH I M'Ill lllB4 I - COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. (Continued from page 1) due south on section line three miles except as otherwise noted on accompanying plat, said road to run 160 rods east on section line from the southwest corner of sec tion 25, also to close old trail thru sections 24, 25 and 36, was read, approved and...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 4 January 1912

li -T5 volume No. 46 GLENDIVE MONTANA, THURSDAY. JAN. 4, 1912 igPe OUR AIM: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. RELIEF FOR THE FARMERS Recent Ruling Regarded as Decidedly Important. i th the requests of - nn the irrigation pro , ornment the Secretary of l , issued the follow :tvrinini.g the subdi 0 1t entrymnan subject t!, A ion Act may relinquish par urn unit and have the c had been made on the rt credited to the charg . , !t part, provided that a; question may be al -ipardizing the inter ess of : li rnment in the collec ,:: on "f } ares against the portion if m the tra relinquished. K r ; r man desiring to make s nt hould submit his p n r to the project en transmit the same ,:. i !" . a t ioUn through the *ro..a t;. the Director who, if Snt olv. will proceed as in *a 4 r'posed amendments &rgarded as one of the aP otf recent years relat 't ',annatiun work. It is a n:.:rru :: also of the prediction :ii th , !ic ids of the Bureau m-de *rdt :are :z that the greatest sqe h! reclamation project...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 4 January 1912

YELLOWSTONE MONITOR, ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. PabiMhed at Glsndive. Dawuoe Osut. Montana by I. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAF Entered as second-clate matte March 3, 1906 at the pstoetce at Glendire, Mout.. andr thi Act of Congress of March 3. I879. THURSDAY. JAN. 4, 1912. OUR WASHINGTON LETTER. It begins to look as though the law will be repealed which authorized the establishment of the Court of Com merce, as a bill to that effl ct has been introduced in Congress. Prior to the establishment of this Court the Interstate Commerce Com mission had charge of regulating com mon carriers, such as railroads and other modes of transportation and reg ilated the business with very satisfy ing results both to the shipper and to railroads as the Interstate Commission was sticking most too close to exact justice, so they had friends enough in Congress to get a law through which established the "Court of Commerce". A few months ago the Interstate Com merce Commission issued orders p...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 4 January 1912

SYJ{LNRY RUSSELL MILLER LCO . 1910, BY "OBBs TE1E.R.ILL CO. * *t X Ei[ IV. < .TICIAN. tiies were ready Ji ut to MacPherson. , was there. as usual. HI` exclaimed the would be with >Jia'tu indifferent wNith von until you 0,tier with the terms ! hey liberal enough?' I'sun. fir th~e Fourth, Seti al W) Fourteenth by no" lit 1O,(0), and $10. the Sixth legisla payroll to come to ;a1' and all orderN Iis the Sixth's ref . 1:1 arwon to give tlt, tdist ridt the lion*, 'prson sneered. "you .KMi+rshilP of the party * nlrt. It would he :ý . it." [tb said cool S ter with Harmon." " ",'t prop1ose to buy you at trip.1 I lins deal only covers y't be together next me boss demanded *u* . Bob replied, "and ].:\. We mightn't get TIhen I'll go some -_u make out a check .1Sanid right now." a] txr the goods? Not 'ii' Bob said easily. *romise, and you know * that you will. and I couldn't make you i..ý [ly order." to trust you, and you :i r) nt. ' iA .. :'tntrated gall you take MacPherson ejac -a.ed I ....

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 4 January 1912

Farm an? Garden PONY ON THE FARM. Ha's an "Arnoosin' Little Feller," but Also Useful. Only the farmer< 'ho own ponies realize how mut b these little animits do toward umkhn f:arw life easier. As a rule, the Shet ln ad is too small to b.Ž of much use. wu, w hien it is crossed with a larger lreed the result is a strong. %igoroutn lt)uy that not onl\ can furnish fun fo'r the children, b i can do nenough w irk to jn re than pay for its board an au Iart. Unlike the Ia ger work auniails, as pony can be use, for light tasks when it is a yearling and thus become profitable when very young. A pony requires very little feed. One that was pastured on a medium sized lawn had all it could do to keep the grass trimmtued. If the animal is put out to browse in fence corners or along the road he will forage for himself uu til late in the fall and will require very little feed even whet shut up in biel weather. If there is no room in the barn a rough shed will furnish shelter GOOF s1':ECISlEN OF P...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 4 January 1912

F'armn anD LGarden U0D, A NEW VEGETABLE. He- FOrom Japan and Call caIrtr T; in AsparaguMt. S+" ýi sI iunnigrauts," 1htb rfolowing of r th m dular to i l .. :i,, Japanese city . .d udo. I t is a ~i known wild I'" d: ý the s.pikenaird. n.Thiere~ art prepared by .-ol;w"- who liVe" :i, Isaad itr cook ?1 wii+h asparaigus r trik as one of 3a I, AL OF U DO. .,g island agricultural _ ,!IVnt station.] -;4otabless of the world. .rw i t does not require t Iran once In nine or lte srota in the au .,, spriug, and it yields S<bouts., which are often S:ud an inch or more in i. base. These brilliant 1re edible to their very ;, ni the least objectionable 1 :; this respect like aspar only- the tips are t to u'troduce a new vegeta r"tsibhle," said a botanical 1rMr. lalrehild. Mr. Fair 1A' t at the introduction of a ' is a long undertaking. !-rlhsps over the period of a . P It should not be left an, us the means at our dis da ' re immeasurably more no they were even two dec S1 h advent of the great ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 4 January 1912

J. W. JONES Post office addrss. Wibaux. Mont. Horse brand on left thigh. taga.on Cottouwoot' an ateCreeks, 26 miles north of Wibsax. Additional braad on lett thigh. A L. BURCH Post office address. Wolf point. Mont. Range Sand Creek JAS. CAVANAUGH Pos office address. Glendive. Montana. Range 13 mile to Badroute. Addi tional borsbrand on left shoulder Cattle brand on right ribs and left thigh. Right ribs for cattle. FRANR B NORTON f'oet Office address. Sidney. Montana. Range on east Hard caible Same brands on left ribs. or cattle. JOHN BENSON Post office address, aidgelawn. Montana. Range Head of Bay 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 Pust office address Ridgelawn, Montana. . Range, Lone Tree to Hay creek. Same brand on leof shoulderfor horses. CHAS. LOVERING Post office address. Sidney, Montana. Range, north fork of Lone Tree. Same brand o...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 4 January 1912

@n flerrick Rea fate and Live Stock Dealers Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep wda us. Commissions right. on @ Herrick street in rear of Exchange Bank { - - Montana II~ TRAINS. VlMont. Arr f Depart 4:t am .um .:40 am pmt `:4R pm ar :4t Zam 1:35 am 1" am mw orders for ST IruL, MINN. ," f ~nae~fý't1,f. Mont. ITY iJEVIT[ES. F RM LOA'> Montana Loan and Title Company. nro Lindsay' y eing her Si' l14+ W is. t:a the Herbert 52t6 Wanted.-Bo0 at Monitor Office. n from Enid V had business ni wa' here ; from Sears "skth was a A in Miles >;an. Houlck's. Swas a citvite *;Ih ina was in Mrs. Vail, a pa. arrived at the utiV and wife. Eden was in the bIue and wife have Condensed Report of The First National Bank of Glendive A made to the Comptroller of the Currency December 5, 1911 RESOURCES L'a ~ I nts $294,593.42 12,62.00 Furniture and Fixtures 121,25.16 4d in Banks 92,111.84 $42 M,652.42 LIABILITIES at 50,000.00 a a* mt s M,128.84 culat1Z500.0O taken rooms at the Hotel Jordan. A Son was horn...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 4 January 1912

HOCKEY TEAMS GET INTO LINE Strong Sevens Being 6athered For League In hew York. WANDERERS IN LINE AGAIN Team That Won Title in 1904-5 to Re enter Fight-New York A. C. and Crescent A. C. to Be Represented by Strong Teams. The announcement that the Wan derery' Hockey club will be represent ed again this season in the Amateur Hockey league in New York has In ereased the activity of the coaches and managers of the other teams, and D YREYE, HOCKEY CLUBS OLEVER COVER POINT. all are busy now trying to round up talent for their respective teams. It is generally believed that the St. Nicholas Hockey club will be repre sented this season by a much stronger team than last year. Kay Gordon will again be at the head of this or ganization, and the large amount of ex-college material that will be avail able will undoubtedly line up under the Gordon ba:nter. The Crescents will be represented by a team that does not show a weak spot and with the advantage of a sea son's playing together last year ap...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 11 January 1912

7Na 471 Noum . 4GLENDIVE, MONTANA. THURSDAY. JAN. I1, 1912 OUR AIMN: TO ;UBLISH A NEWSPAPER. HARMON WANTS RETURN TRIP East and West Should Have Closer Friendship. V ;,v. Judson ; w tht guest of f the Lotus club ;l i'rss took the Ik 1esttern gaver i Odtht'r eastern r argutment fur etiiatl liles. He !ii he <a good thing rii.r'z to return * :.- ni re'ference to i I. 1'reviously, Harn'e ; had ex 'itt c inci'itntaily c o heard friends he arranging to in this city in ! lndidate for the :t tn for presi r' .lt'clared em was without po itand declineti to in connection with Inmation1. HF 1no spoke, in part, 'iAI '" ren the North and t +¼t ' s n disappeared, and 0 r iiteInd that conceives 1! that attempts to draw Ir bs` wv ith East and West. TN :7 Ft ars sume who, from h it. wtt-itI light and fan trW between them. Or'. wbii'ther they (the gov { . E. ..=1 it when they star 2 ! t} IF ir mission was more P im ; t'rlI more than indus nW 1: a one which will do Evans Funeral Services Held Sal 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. — 11 January 1912

YELLOWSTONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Publiahed at Glendive. Dawson County. Montana by E. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-class matter March 3. 1906. at the postoffice at Glendive. Mont., under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. THURSDAY. JAN. 11, 1912. Geo. M. Cohan's Best "The Talk of New York" with its catchy music, its wealth of bright. snappy dialogue, a beautiful scenic production requiring a sixty-foot baggage car and produced by spe cia! arrangement with Mr. Geo. M. Cohan is now making its first wes tern tour and will be seen at Glen dive Opera House, Sunday evening. Jan. 14. Of all the attractions ever booked at the local theater, the one creat ing the greatest feeling of pleasant anticipation is probably "The Talk of New York," Geo. M. Cohan's great musical sensation, which is now headed for the coast on its first I western tour after being housed for more than two years at the Amster dam Theater, New York. "The Talk of New York" 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. — 11 January 1912

By y RY RUSSELL HIRER 191, Y "OBBS MERR.RILL CO. * T, you may * 1 rt'p ~ pleas I 11:*tneyV, even * tr the young Nwith Bob in (i 'fti o whose ii felloze tic vi :IIsed, per 'ii-e to muake a :l lot in this har ±1l. That's -s;:- llil:14. -< I I . "I don't 4 :>-tr Iw presents. *, ,t' dollars are I:> .t v h People 1' ''ugh to dra2 at r view of a ne. I always go Lffils tiil, l and I t ar hIl akni ptcy, r' see it 11: a fine ¼i ' ' the superfine 4 1 v:t4>- bhut aecause ý iand ilke to look on f geous role. You ' 10. 'o yout' a t Y''u have been . ýaba4, trampling the 'it feet, to cultivate i"opie who would -te thints to me," untangrily. .frtid of you, you rful answer. And Yt uN Is what I call i-in Now, mine is ask the world to e me. All I want i:ce me In the fore I may enjoy myself , n-le. Of course the '.I lies both our na jrted selfishness, self "a ever in love?" I It's a shame, too; I 'oiudid lover, I'm though-rather a i love a strong sensa -" t ± f"o l of dlcing the big. 1:v be...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 11 January 1912

Farm ean Garden KEEPING POTATOES. Points to Be Considered in the Storing of the Tubers. The potatoes shown In the illustra tion are excellent Peachblows grown tn the Carbondale district of Colorado under Irrigation, says the American Agrieulturist. The uniformity and smoothness of the samples show that great care has been used for a number of years in the selection of seed. The eyes are shallow, the shape and size exceedingly uniform. The average meld of these potatoes In 1910 was about 400 bushels per acre. This par ticular sample analyzed 20 per cent starch. The Important points to be consid ered in potato storing are as follows: Pirst, the temperature should be kept as low as possible without freezing; second, the air should be kept as dry as possible; third, the potatoes should be kept dark. A good cellar is 50 by 200 feet. At each end there Is a dead air space ten feet square in the form of a vestibule corAnDO rawCHBWows. trTrm une Armerican Ag5cTulurLWs.J between the outer and...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 11 January 1912

S SEE P. c. se MWehod V Racid. A ASSURED. Through the Expert Work Ss-How the 'd Uressed. :e k1 led in Si's' SU is mind.(s a ii 'I". like r. letezsem +' t Hi) his If' i l E 1 rd IN N ist (t's i00 ilictk SeI. Thert xl it :CIok as o# tA.,tre for i h at the very I'R;III the yards r I . : hey enter s' ý'" 'j fi*p ts him - 't'1 ( 14)1 are I ti z i eua l s u p t h e a. ill hold about !: ct':týhes t hem, lif'olert i Ultn & ,'it e tilerton L1oe- pain'!ftlullt S¼IlIg ''1 to whnia! 3'1This wheel nas,_. and it r, .h t + ý !REt are inTns ; i hijh they i .'At that b oint f fI3 the next ;x th< hills item. i-4 telI tiuat is it) he sh'ee'. The *;'1 4-1 et tllI"ss .1 he strikes. \Vith [;shant he I oves * ..,3.. ,=ti3 & ,Tlii..ýt, lU 'Ie ' it' fetls of - 1e eat's and tind1s :t Ilt nes of the head In thk the knife is * rub the head of severing on i t. The sheep Is te huindred sheep , err hour at this 'Ii'41C311 .113 4p of skiunit the .A1 al the neck atal skills Just oonie Sthe fore legs are ...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 11 January 1912

J. W. JONES Post office address. Wibaux. Mont. Horse brand on left thigh. Range on Cotton wood nd 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 tinlhorsbrand on left shoulder Cattle brand on right ribs and f~ left thigh. Right ribs for cattle. FRANK B NORTON Poet Office address. Sidney. Montana. Range on east Hard acamble Same brands on left ribs. or cattle. JOHN BENSON Post office address. aidgelawn, Montana. Range Head of Hat creek. Same brand on left hip for cattle. W. W. LATHOM. Postofice addri *. 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 l...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 11 January 1912

Diorn (. Herrick Real Est t and Live Stock Dealers farn1 [aids City Property Horses, Cattle and Sheep r t l us. Commissions right. 3On (1 Herrick ; greet in rear of Exchange Bank ' Glendive. -o ~~ A~I;NS. Ce4 MoE , nt. A";z Depart am J in .(- ammm CITYLP.VI TIES. F ARM LO:NŽ. Monitania Loan and Title Company. Vt :" \ites \ fai'~l'~ has ?ýliLV here. j Ut!itV seat 11cr II u Ik' N JinIlflid is in *,x t;lit '. 'I ~ W \V.\alentine . -terdiay. _. ;,ý: " !° es terg la . y'N. '> N d :jh thLe MonllLitr You Can Make Money Not k 1' ingit in your house, because you are in r a thieves or fire, and if you do not lose it ''' are still losing money because it is earn beposit With Us trk for you night and day, earning interest 'n the interest will also earn interest. It is v4.rkinig for you; youcan draw it if you will. 'FA B' ABE SHOWS THE RESULTS OF REG l LINGS AND 5 PER CENT COM POUND INTEREST. STake out rd Sundays. ard it will leeve315 working days in a .; of kink teh the following amounts, yo...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 11 January 1912

Farm an? G rden DRY FARMING WISDOM. The Why and the How of It Explained Clearly by an Expert. Writing on "Some Dry Farming Problems." A. M. Ten Eyck. superin tendent of the western Kansas experi meat station. Fort Hays. Kan., says: Experts have lost many a convert to dry farming by clouding the issue. They put in just a little too much el ence and not quite enough common sense. What a farmer wants is plain English in short sentences and not many to a paragraph. You can't make it too plain for the man who struggles with dry, hot winds. So far as cultivation is concerned, there are exactly three principal steps in this dry farming business, and dry tfrming, it should be understood, is conserving the moisture, nothing more. Here they are: First.-The soil must be loosened to a considerable depth in order to pre pare a reservoir to receive the rain and } 4. 4{ ~ A EUaLer M RABLIY GROWN BY PROPER xBeODB OF "DRY PARKING." (Photograph by the Montana Farmers' in stitute.] carry the water dow...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 18 January 1912

GLENDIVE, MONTANA. THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1912 OUR AIM: TO PUBLISH A NEWSPAPER. SO M ADVICE ABOUT FLAX, prof. Bolley Gives Pertinent Facts for Farmers. 4 1; ita iV of the ?r o:1ral 4 ollege 'I III'fl18 to aid N rtlhwest in . i ci flax crop as n i (hi i1 agri Ii SQesCs and I itýh al tct the he" d;ne unile:s 1:iiiiilg the seed I l wiiI be nee ' t aid in this which injure j iu troubles =i' faHr to an I Eulrg inip'e ~'i . windi~, wash up sae that the :' hard on land. hllv because cer 1.. d.f i e as e s c a u s e ,f on those lands kern infected by weeds. The flax * p as much mois as either wheat A , , :ined by the ho it and in large ij A- rinwct Station fan thI Dakota Agricul '.":i. r Station definitely tt ihi lax crop is not 2\ ii e upon soil; I :isease resistant I ive been able to lf ftax seed on the I -r year, for six tr ordinary flax W e do not recom '; st airt cropping, but S.' , 'n" -;' v vs that the so _:; f N:- _ =f is not chemically 1 AA a ora 1)Department of _ );a I C .E periment S...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Yellowstone monitor. — 18 January 1912

YELLowsTONE MONITOR. ABSOLUTELY INDEPENDENT. Published at Glendive, Dawson County. Montana by E. A. MARTIN. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, $2.00 PER YEAR Entered as second-claps matter March 3. 1906, at the poetoffice at Gendive. Mont.. under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. THURSDAY. JAN. 18, 1912. The Monitor is pleased to ac knowledge the receipt of a volume of editorial excerpts concerning the life of the late Mary Baker Eddy, kindly presented by the local Chris tian Science society. The excerpts are, one and all, thoroughly indica tive of the world-wide esteem and veneration in which this remarkable woman and master mind was held, not only by her followers, but by the general public as well. Should D. C. Maxwell be appointed receiver of the U. S. land office at Miles City? This is the question which seems to be disrupting the serenity of the Republican party in Dawson cous ty. As far as Mr. Maxwell being an honorable and upright citizen, we say YES! As for Mr. Maxwell being of a stro...

Publication Title: Yellowstone Monitor
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