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.. . Handsome $250.00 Motorcycle Given Away . * *
J. H. MISKIMEN and THE YELLOWSTONE MONITOR will give away, absolutely without cost, the DIXIE FLYER shown below.
This is open to anyone, and nomination blanks may be obtained at the MONITOR office, J. H. MISKIMEN'S store or cut from this
ad. This will be the most interesting advertising proposition ever held in Dawson County, and everyone has an equal opportunity to
secure this MOTORCYCLE.
D How to get Vote Tickets How to get Vote Tickets
With every purchase made at J. H. MISKIMEN'S store With every yearIy subsciption to The Y
votes will be given-100 VOTES FOR EVERY DOLLAR'S tor, accompanied by $2 in cash, 25 O
WORTH PURCHASED, or 6,000 votes on the dollar will This applies to back subcriptions, an ye
be given on trade tickets. Votes in the same proportion many as you desire. You can aiso get
will also be given to persons paying accounts. If any of ing-6.000 votes for each dollar paid on e:
cur friends need anything in CLOTHING, GENTS FUR- job printing. All leading merchants in (n
NISHINGS, SHOES, JEWELRY, PHONOGRAPHS The Yellowstone Monitor, and they will
and SEWING MACHINES or anything carried by an up- the votes when they pay any of their accoun
to-date store, get them to patronize J. H. MISKIMEN way to get votes is to get subscriptions to :
and give you their votes. Now is the time to get busy. Grae D schedule of votes is so much greater for riz1s
The earlier you start the more advantage you will have anything else. You will be surprised how
in finai count. First-$250 Dixie Flyer Motorcycle. subscriptions to The Monitor if you try.
Cut out Coupon below and present or mail to J. H. Second-$50 In Trade Tickets; Good for Merchandise any time.
Miskimen or The Monitor Office. Third-$25 Suit or Overceat, or trade tickets.
Fourth-Lady's or Gentleman's Watch, warranted 20 years.
Fifth-24-pree set Golden Wedding Brand Silverware.
o Sixth-S14 Hand Bag.
rand Miotorcycle Prize Voting Contest Seventh-12 pairs Holeproot Hos. NOM INATION BLAN K oKe
CUTnd THIS l CO PON iOUT A tn BRINtO No.,nRULES OF CONTEST GOOD FOR 5,000 VOTES
CUT THIS COUPON OUT AND BRING TO No. 1, names of Contestants will not be known. 2, No names of candidates I hereby accept the nomination aa
will be published. 3. Every Contestant gets 5,000 votes to start with. 4, Every DixIe Flyer Motorcycle.
J. H. M iskimen's Store Contestant gets a number. 5, Standing by Numbers published weekly in o Please place these 5000 votes to my Mo
tor. 6, All votes must be brought in Wednesday for recording. 7, Votes must
NOT be written on. 8, Tie votes in packages with Contestant's number and amount NAME.............. . . .
It Will Count 25 Votes on top slip. 9, Color of Certificates will be changed each month and must be recor- POST OFFICE............
ded before change. 10, Votes are transferable only before recording. 11, Contes
tant having largest number of votes wins Motorcycle. THIS IS SURELY A PRES
ENT WORTH WORKING FOR.
$5.00 IN G011) Will be to the one bringing in the largest number of New Subsrber o Renwas to the Monto
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The HouseFly And B. B.
One of the characteristics of the
present-day campaign for the preven
tion of diseasq is the homely, practical
way in which facts are being placed
before the public. Many of our state
boards-through bulletins-are doing
excellent work in this direction. As
a result, some popular ideas are being
sadly shaken. The little house-fly,
for instance, has been for years the
subject of household poetry, and has
been referred to as the harmless and
innocent companion of man. The
bedbug, on the contrary, has been
looked on with speechless aversion. He
has no social standing. Even the
mention of his name has not been con
sidered good form in our best circles,
while the least suspicion of a speaking
acquaintance with him has been re
garded with horror. In the May num
ber of the Bulletin of the North Caro
lina State Board of health, Dr. Cyrus
Thompson, in an article on "Flies and
Filth,'" says: "Now as a matter of
unprejudiced fact, barring the sting
of the bite and the odor of the en
counter; the bedbug is a much more
eligible companion than the house-fly,
whether of bed or of board. But if
bedbugs, comparatively cleanly of
habit, crawled all over our plates,
table and food just as the house-flies
crawl, fresh from the foulest filth of
pestilential kind, who could eat or
even sit at the table for a moment?
I am not making a plea for the eleva
tion of the social status of my noc
turnal friend, who loves darkness
rather than light; but I am declaring
that his deeds are not nearly so evil
and destructive as those of the house
fly." Put this statement before every
Amerean housekeeper, and the doom
of the typhoid fly iv sealed, up The
Journal of the American Medical Asso.
oiation~ The bedbug has been, for
generations, the abomination of the
bousewife, and the object of her nur.
lenting warfare. Once cnvince Amer
ican women that th fly is more loath.
some and dangeroes then the bedbug
and the ravages of this
a and Sithadlstribute will be avr.
Cubs Lose To Miles
In a rather loosely played game at
Miles City last Sunday, the Colonial
Cubs lost to Miles City by the close
score of 5 to 4.
Parker and Bartlett were the bat
tery for the Cubs and did good work.
Only one earned run was made off
Parker's delivery, the other four
scores resulting from errors. Miles
has a bunch of good classy players,
and it is hoped to arrange one or more
additional games before the end of the
Americanism And The Red Flag
Indicating a desire to learn more of
the socialist movement, and pledging
that he will investigate the subject
impartially and without bias, the edi
tor of a country newspaper in Eastern
Montana writes to us very frankly un
der date of April 30th. The editor in
question concludes his letter as fol
"I can never adopt the socialist
idea as long as they adopt the red flag
as the symbol of their creed, nor do I
believe any loyal American citizen
can. The red flag is the emblem of
anarchy, and as long as the socialist
party flaunts that as their color they
are doomed to defeat."
If the country editor who writes the
above will investigate the meaning of
the red flag as impartially as he prom
ises to investigate the principles of
socialism, the chief obstacle to his
conversion to socialism will be re
moved, and speedily.
The color red in the emblem of so.
cialism represents not violence, war,
murder nor a archy, but exactly the
opposite. It is typical of the red blood
of all humanity that fows through the
arteries of the men and women of all
countries, and represents the only
world moen that has for its pur
pose the international otherhood of
Socialism the world over stands as
th.most powerful oppoeat co war
ad national and iat moruinal disoder
of ever .st. Anothe isv years of
socialist growth, and wars will be
ended forever. Less than a year ago
war between England and Germany
was averted because the socialists of
Germany and England served notice on
the trouble makers that five million
workers of those countries would op
pose war to the extent of a general and
prolonged strike if necessary.
Our editorial friend has accepted
his ideas of socislism, and of the red
flag not from a study of the socialist
movement and the sociaeist philosophy,
but from the ignorant and prejudiced
mouthings of a venomous capitalistic
press whose owners are vitally inter
ested in misrepresenting and lying
about the socialist movement.
Country editors are generally dis
posed to be fair and reasonable in all
matters. As a rule they are free from
capitalistic influences, and do their
thinking for themselves. For that
reason the country press is turning to
socialism to a greater extent than
Our editorial friend from the Mus
selshell country will be fighting the
battles of socialism as soon as he
learns the meaning of the socialist
philosophy. -Butte Socialist.
Visiting cards of all sizes neatly
printed at the Monitor Office.
Why drag a dull disc over your land,
when C. S. Johnston can sharpen them
for you in first class shape? 8tf
Insure your crops in a company
that pays, the Waseca. Ask those
who insured last year. E. Whitmer,
Agent, 305 Beasley Block. l6tf
Something special? The Weekly
Inter Ocean and Farmer and this
paper $2.00 for one year. Ask us
what It means.
Dr. Riesland, the eyesight spedial
lst, well known for his superior skill
in fitting eyes, will be at Hotel Jor
dan, July 4 to 6. Donot faif to see
him if you suffer with headaches or
any ills due to Imperfect eyes. Re.
member, wesring the wrong glasse
is highly dangerous. Dr. Ricland
fits qor aev rigs t thees grtwd the
l" correctly. Consultatlog free,
* 1911 by American Press Associatiom.
MRS. WOODROW WILSON, WIFE
OF THE NOMINEE.
The New York World
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so uoh at s few a piea.
The great political campaigns are
now at hand, and you want the news
accurately and promptly. The World
long since established a record for im
partiality, and anybody can afford its
Thrice-a-Week edition, which comes
every other day in the week, except
Sunday. It will be of particular
value to you now. The Thrice-a-Week
World also abounds in other strong
beatures, serial stories, humor, mar
kets, cartoons; in fact, evethi
that is found in a first-class daily.
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per year, and this pays for lMpapags.
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f* ce year for p8.75.
Local Grain Market
Furnished each Thursday by the
Eastern Montana Elevator Co.
No. 1 Northern $ .93
No. 2 Northern .91
No. 3 Northern q89
No. 1 Durum .90A
No. 2 Durum .88
No. 1 1.85
No. 2 1.75
Oats, per hundred 1.90
One blue mare, three years old,
branded n left thigh. Will pay
$15 for he recovery or infor
mation leading to the recove
ry of said mare.
4tp19 Paxton, Mont.
Of all kinds-light and
heavy hauling. Either by
day or contract.
See me when you have a
job of this kind. Prompt
Postlicc Bx 15. 301 River St
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