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THE MONMAL. 13 One evening in the late fall their journey was completed. Mortimer was overjoyed at again seeing his brother for he had given him up as dead. The new arrivals set to work early the next morning and soon a number of log cabins stood on the bank of the Beaverhead River. From that time the town has grown and improved rapidily. and the pioneers are justly proud of their work.— Lucy Seidensticker, T9. DILLON PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. The boys and girls who have attended public school during the last six years and are in some branch of service during the war. The graduates are : Dewey Cashmore, now in France. Lincoln Williams, now in France. Jesse Gray, now in France. Charles Teers, now in France. Clayton Shortt, now in France. George Baker, now in France. Chester Holmes, now in France. Fred Bechtold, now in France. Paul Owens, in a camp in Texas. Clyde Powers, at Camp Lewis, Wash. Claudius Davis, in a camp in Maryland. Alvin Jones, in a camp in Texas. Ralph Patrick, in a camp in California. Ester Stahl, a nurse in Helena. Irene Lyons, a nurse in Helena. — By Zelma Carruthers and Mary Gist.