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KLEINOEDER & HOBBS All work entrusted to our care wil ■ be speedily and satisfactorily done Prices reasonable. Phone st Hamilton Cleaning and Pressing Parlors We wish to announce that we have bought the cleaning and pressing business of F Beaudette. WE ARE SPECIALISTS IN OUR LINE. HORSCH BROTHERS Second Street. J. T. POWERS PRACTICAL PLUMBER Steam and Hot Water HEATING Corner Main <fc Fourth Streets Hamilton, Mont. When You wish 1 to. hire a team or FEED YOUR HORSE Ur want a nice conveyance, Call on us and we ean fir: you out Stable in rear 'of Hotel Hamilton NELSPETERSON Hamilton, Montana. Whether you saw our > display at TH î Fair or not, we should be glad lo have you give our stock a fair test. Vineland Nurseries Co. W. S. Roberts, Agent. Hamilton. c7J?0' ;AL RE kson why our cigar trade is so steadily in creasing is the reason that our cigrtrs are FRESH and in prime çondition — that character excellence appeals par ticularly to the exacting, critical sm<Scers. We would like YOy to try us—we're sure we are able to sell you your par ticular brand in a little better smok ing condition than you can obtain any where else. Club Cigar Store Mj. H. McLaughlin, Proprietor. PIANO TUNER Pianos tuned and repaired. All work guaranteed. Permanent address, Montana Hotel. H. A. McLean PHANKS PUNNED FOR NEXT MONDAY HALLOWE'EN IS APPROACHING AND THE BIG STICK IS OUT FOR THE SMALL BOY. Hallowe'en pumpkins in the win dows, big, bushy chrysanthemums in the florists' shops, new overcoats of resplendent stripes and shades, all proclaim that the summer days have long since ended. Even autumn is lingering. Pumpkins and soaped windows tell that Hallowe'en is near; there is something about 'mums which herald the football season or announce its presence, while the presence of elegant new and attractive fall overcoats threaten the coming of colder days and hint of Christmas, scarce ten weeks off. The Heal Date. For the benefit of a juvenile reading community it might be stated that the night when "green lights burn and witches ride abroad" is one week from today, or October 31. The police will be active and small boys should be on the alert, as the horoscope man says. It is well not to start anything until sundown, and then to travel in large crowds. The policeman of today is more afraid of a large crowd of small boys than a small crowd of large men. The community it might be re marked for the benefit of the small hoy, lias an awful grouch on this year and great care should be observed not to get caught. ( all it Vandalism. Boys should remember that their pranks are being referred to as van dalism; the thumbs are down on them in high places and that it is purposed to make "examples" of many of them. This thing of being made an example of is far from pleasant and is at va riance with the martial code which should exist between youth and age. Boys should always remember that while they are inclined to turn a gro cery wagon loose and let it run down hill, that there are gray-haired men in the community who never did such a thing, and never will. Good from Evil. Hallowe'en Vandals make take con solation in the fact that Dunn's re port says glass factories in many places will resume incident to Hal lowe'en pranks. While this gives em ployment to many worthy people, it cannot be considered in the light of im mediate economic welfare. The burning of gates should never he indulged in the case of poor wid ows. Substantial citizens grow peev ish at the prank and the practice is be ing'generally discredited. Altogether the Hallowe'en outlook is not cheerful. It would be well for boys to hold off, even on the soaping of windows until the last night, so that when everyone has forgotten about it they might get by with some thing. There are a lot of good tricks the authorities are not next to. One of the best is throwing a lot of broken glass into a doorway and making the Inmates think the glass front is shat tered. Many Local Drawbacks. It is to be regretted by every gen uine boy that the sanitary regulations and conditions of this community practically eliminates the presence of certain buildings, the overturning of which was once considered a capital joke. In rural communities it was con sidered a merry jest to put'a farmer's fanning mill on the roof of his barn, ' ut. unfortunately the farmers are i.uxl" now and are o. the lookout for just such stunts as that. Nevertheless In spite, of such re strictions the boys and some of the girls contemplate a good time, with one eye on the chief and the other on a perfectly respectable but otherwise undesirable householder.—Ex. TRAINLOAD OF APPLES. Spokane, Oct. 21.—King Apple's do minion is fully established when he can upset railroad schedules and order record runs over transcontinenal lines to suit his imperial convenience. That is what the northwestern potentate lias accomplished with regard to the transportation facilities placed at his disposal by the Hill lines, over which the prize-winning dsplays from the third national apple show in Spokane, the week of November 14, will be mov ed to Chieagp for exhibition in the First regiment armory November 2$ to December 4. A special train, loaded with the northwest's choicest offerings of tin? king of fruit, will be started on pas senger train time 4S hours after the Spokane show closes, the night of No vember 19„ for a run of 2,000 miles The train will carry the winner of the $1,000 championship sweepstake on carload contests and many other pre mium takers, also displays from commercial orchard district in Wash (6 gn i o Beer Brewed gknnii»iwtf' mL Its purity is vouched for by physicians and pure food experts—no other beer has ever been able to match its quality either in private or public test. Pabst Blue Ribbon The Beer of Quality Wherever served—always the same—its purity unquestioned, its clearness undimmed—of the same wonderful quality which has won for it the prizes of the world. Its popularity is due to the successful and honest efforts of its makers to produce a pure, wholesome, refreshing beverage. Made and Bottle Only by Pabst at Milwaukee Try Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer to-day and prove for your self how good it really is. Phone the dealer below Louis Peterson Hamilton, Mont ington, Oregon Idaho, Montana and Britsh Columbia. Provided with a diagram of the Chi cago armory, Ren H. Rice, secretary and manager of the show, has been able to designate where the respective exhibits are to be located. When the time comes to make the transfer the car packers will have definite direc tions which will be the key to the pla cards on each exhibit, showing their exact position in the cars and where they are to be installed in the armory. "In no other way could the co-oper ation of the railway companies with the national apple show have been more strongly emphasized," said Sec retary Rice. ''It reflects, as nothing else, the realization by the railroads that the northwestern apple, as a eom piercial asset, will mean potential ton nage yet undreamed of by heads of the traffic departments. It represents also, in a way, the enterprise and spirit that finds its full fruition in the north west—the imagination to grasp the benefits to accrue from such an un dertaking and the courage to carry it out." TAFT RACK AT CAPITAL. Washington, Oct. 20.—President Taft arrived here at 7 o'clock this morning and began his winter's work at the capital. In answer to a query today, Mr. Taft said; "1 am feeling fine and in perfect trim to take up the winter's work here." FOR AGED PEOPLE. Old Folks Should B# Coreful In Their Selection of Regulative Medicine. We have n safe, dependable and al together Ideal remedy that is particu larly adapted to the requirements of aged people and persons of weak con stitutions who suffer front constipa tion or other bowel disorders. We are so certain that it will relieve these complaints and give absolute satisfac tion in every particular that we offer it with our personal guarantee that it shall cost tlie user nothing if it fails to substantiate our claims. This rem edy is called Rexall Orderlies. Rexall Orderlies have a soothing. Iiealing. strengthening, tonic and regu lative action upon the bowels. They Temove all irritation, dryness, soreness and weakness. They restore the bow els and associate organs to more vig orous and healthy activity. They are eaten like candy, may be taken at any time without inconvenience, do uot cause any griping, nausea, diarrhoea, excessive looseness, flatulence or other disagreeable effect. Trice 25c. and 40c. Sold only at our store—The Rexall Store C. S. Kendall. A RUSSIAN MONASTERY. The monks of Walamo have a Rus sian monastery on a small island in Lake Ladoga. It would appear that In some measure the monastery is regard ed, like the well-known monastery of Mars Saba in Palestine, as a penal monastery. The establishment consist of 30 priests, who are not monks; 15 dea cons, who play an important part In the services of the Greek church, and 250 monks. These, with the novices and laymen, make a total of from 1,200 J to 1,300. At the present time none of the ! monks live alone but formerly solitary life was by no means an exception. The last hermit lived for over 50 years in retirement. He is buried near to I his one-roomed hut, and pious pilgrims I chip bits off the wooden covering to ; his grave to cure themselves of tooth ache. j It is amusing to read that if the mon astery cows are so unaccustomed to women that if taken to the mainland they run from them in fear, and will only allow themselves to be milked by men. The monastery is entirely self j contained and self-supporting, and even in the way of lake navigation— for there are numerous branch mon asteries in the Walamo archipelago— it is independent of outside help or aid. j Even the stokers and engineers on the Will Insure Live Stock Family and fancy drivers, track animals, farm horses, mares, bred and not bred, stallions, draft, high grade and general purposes, mules, cows, bulls and other cattle. Against loss from any cause, including accident, fire, lightning, and disease, all under one policy, and for one rate of premium. THACHER-TORRENCE THE INSURANCE PEOPLE. Next to Postoffice. Hamilton, Montana monastic steam launches are monks, and it is a curious sight to see priests oiling an engine or shoveling coal. TH0S. J. HEFLING, Democratic candidate for county treasurer anounces that if re-elected he will deposit the county funds with the bank paying the highest rate of interest. In conformity with my pledge of two years ago, I have, during my present term, deposited the funds of the coun ty with the bank that offered the high est rate of interest when bids were called for, and have, except the amount of the premium on my official bond, paid all of such interest to the county, and believing that my action has met with the approval of the voters and taxpayers of the county, I now an nounce that if re-elected I will de posit the funds of the county with the bank offering the highest rate of in terest at a competitive bidding, and will pay such interest to the county. My salary is $150 a month and the Interest received on the county funds has averaged $140.40 per month. Respectfully, 64tf THOS. J. HEFLING. The ladies of the Catholic Sewing circle will have an apron and bag sale on Saturday, December 3. 63tf ITS (/(//? NOTICE Thinking its' time to have that long; deferred photo made? De» it now—let us show the original effets this studio specializes on—forr artistic, "different'' kind of work; w& know you'll be suited. In our prices, ton,. WIN THERMS STUDIO S««end Street, Fiuuily Theater Bldgs. Ravalli Zmty Capital $50,000.00. OFFICERS W. W. McCrackin, President, Geo, McGrath, Vice-President. M. A. White, Cashier, Geo. K. Dick, Assistant Cashier. (Jetterai Banking Business Transacted INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS HAMILTON, MONTANA. W. S. Muasell Mrs* W» S, MtmaeD LICENSEE) 'phone S5y UNDERTAKERS Office N 3rd st, one block from Main, res idence S 4th st, fifth block from Main. Hamilton Montana J. D. SELLARS ARCHITECT. Hamilton,. Mont. Phone 36L. P. O. Box 208 Plant Cherry Trees as fillers in your orchard and pay for it in two years. Cherry trees do not blight and begin to bear immediately. Hamilton Nurseries M. F. GUINON LICENSED OPTOMETRIST. Room 3. .. Hotel Hamilton HAMILTON, - MONT, 17-Jewel Elgin or Waltham in 20-Year Gold Filled Case—$15 Barron, the Jeweler Corner Lot The only corner lot un sold on Third street, in Pine Grove Addition, can be purchased this week for..... ......... $475 Liberal Terms. WALTER 6. GUNNISS Sales Agent. Chamber of Commerce Building.