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___ AWISE TALKS BY THE OFFICE BOY
Subject: Watches for Kids i /' +'/ - . Gee, there is a boy who lives down near me who is the limit when it comes to asking questions; he has worried his a ( poor father so that the man is a nervous wreck, and he asks such b:g fool questions too. Yesterday he kept springing S all sorts of conundrums on the old man until his father SV threatened to lick him if he didn't let up. "Who would bury +he last man to die?" was one of them. I thought his father - would surely be the next one to go-but hain't a kid a gene ral no good proposition anyway? Yet you couldn't buy a SbIbright-eyed boy for a million dollars-from its par, nts-and • they are mighty useful sometimes. We have a two dollar watch for kids that his a Waterbury or any other dollar watch backed off the map. While you're getting a watch for the boy you might as well pay a few dimes more and get P " " him a good one. It will pay for itself in teaching him habits 3 rr ,of Dunctuality. WILLIE, with " DR. J. H. MISKIMEN, Glendive, Mont. J) f * 4 tIME CARD -OF TRAINS. 4 c (~i -n;dive, Mont. Arrive Depart E .i. u am 5:00 am : pm 6:30 pm 1: m 10:50 pm A::i pm 4:10 pm -7 am 8:05 am :1. am 2:00 am r - , ;,ress money orders for S.. .. ST. PAUL, MINN. S AL - EE .",. dhivi. Mont. CITY BREVITIES. S ,-si2 ,. mi onlers are in all hammocks at i, ia rwlare Co. 26tf ,:, Fqr' Creek was .rcent Glendivites. -a.!qLirters at the _ " lir li:,iware Co. 26tf , s a" Miles City visi i for general house M, rs. D. B. E:od. was in from his ti rias in from Thir . \I:.. c a ..i . !A s ago. -,! :l; for sale at the S. o.rpe was in Miles .i ,i . !:..1 ,ccupy the house , :, :,.:ti W . C. Showa'ter. F. I!. FrtS,:an Senior and wife ar S ti -v.v . from St. Cloud. . ,, r salt at the Moni , I:. I:, ,: ihs ack from an r1,.i~, t r ,,J,,r for sale at the SiE: u l returned vester _ ;.. a a ',i. to Billings. tEN'. Furnished room. In '4Mr . ;. N. Burdick. 10tf ._ . . ..::;, f Butte, commer The First National Bank of Glendive. Capital, Surplus and Profits $65,000.00 ' Once you open an account with s btank, the same is seldom ,,.)ed _for we give you the best ;'a lities to be had for the handling y:our banking business. We ,:'t new business-but never lose i!fht of the old. Come and see us. Safe Conservative Progressive cial agent of the Milwaukee, is in the city today. If you have any news items call up! the Monitor office, 'Phone 120. Give us the facts and we will do the rest. M. H. Dickman returned yester day from a business trip to Joliet in Carbon County. One of the best meals in the city can be secured at the Riverside Restaurant. 15tf Mrs. Ellen Gleason and Miss Mary Osborne are attending the Custer County Fair at Miles City. See the new Remington rifles and shotguns at the Rivenes-Wester Hard ware Co. 26tf Smith-Premier typewriter for sale or will trade for horse. Inquire at the Monitor Office. 17tf Mrs. J. D. Cullen and son are back from an extended visit with the for mer's parents. Visiting cards of all sizes neatly printed at the Monitor Office. 'Phone 120. R. T. Hurdle and J. A. Stewart were up from the Lower Valley Mon day. The Mullett threshing outfit finish ed up in this neighborhood yesterday and returned to Thirteen Mile. FOR SALE--A new Way 3-horse power gasolire engine, cheap. C. S. Johnston. 27--tf A new time card will go into effect on the Yellowstone Division on the 20th. S. E. Burns and family have re turned after a visit at Spokane and different coast points. Miss Myrtle Morton returned Sun day last from a visit with relatives in Dickinson. Mrs. Geo. Williams and daughter Esther returned from the Twin Cities Sunday evening last. Geo. H. Berry, wife and son Carl, came in Saturday last from Gossett. While here they made arrangements to place Carl in a southern private school - for the coming season. The Exchange Bank OF GLENDIVE. RESPONSIBILITY: $200,000.00 Two good reasons why you should bank with us. 1st. This bank is a helper. Helping our depositors to make money in every legitimate way possible. 2nd. This bank is safe because the owners are worth more than $200,000.00 and have never lost one dollar by bad loans in the banking business. If you are not already doing business with us ask some of our depositors if they are satisfied with their treatment at this bank. Miss Rose Rahm of Detroit, Minn., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Faust. H. Halzhauser is busily engaged hauling material and supplies to his ranch on the Lindsay tract. August Frederickson, Geo. Berry, John Meadors and Lester Brown were in Monday to attend the Republican meeting. John Kemmis Sr., and wife were brot up in Ira Alling's auto Tuesday and departed the same evening for a sojourn at Hunter's Hot Springs. O. N. Dunham and Mr. Sable of the Goodridge-Call Lumber Com pany were city business visitors Tuesday. Among those attending the Custer County Fair this week were R. W. Snyder, Oscar Johnson, Harry Helms, W. B. Fnster and Don Freeman. Mrs. F. A. Heckman and daugh ter Marie returned Saturday from Spokane. Miss Ida will remain for a short time longer. The moving picture shows at the Opera House were resumed Sunday evening after an interval of some weeks on account of change of films. i• . bis Concernu i Hrcn.. U OU ARE OFFERED, EVERY SEASON, MANY DIFFERENT LINES OF CLOTHING FROM WHICH TO I select your suit-some very good, some very bad-and all the way between. The seller of these goods wants you to buy-they urge you to buy. If they don't come to see you about them, they send you circulars and booklets address you in advertisements-all after n business, hard. It's natural to doubt the arguments advanced by the seller of anything-the more anxious he is to I have you buy, the stronger the tendency to "hold off," especially with a line you hav'nt had experience with. It's sometimes hard to know which is the best to buy among a number of goods ones. I The only guide you have is your own interests-you buy because you think it will pay you to buy, not because somebody wants you to. You've got to look out for yourself, your business, your profits. I 1, iE You ought to. t So far as we are concerned as sellers of clothing that's what we want you to do-the more carefully you consider the facts about the clothes you buy, the more likely you are to buy HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX clothes. 01 We know we are one of the many sellers of clothing who want you to buy. We're selling good clothes and want you to wear them. j So far as you are concerned, we're just like anybody else who sells clothes as good as ours-if any . body does. The arguments we use in selling are in the same language as everybody else's arguments. The clothes we sell are better than many others, we believe; but there are other sellers who say the same thing about theirs, and some of them really believe it, too. We want you to know that we are able to see the matter from your standpoint. And more, we want you to know that, looking at it from your standpoint, we are able to see things, greatly to your iuterest, which you don't see. We don't want you to get the idea that we imagine that we know more than you do, but we ought to know more about clothing-that's our business. If you did see these things, you'd be buybig HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX clothing. The fact is, there's something different about these clothes which make them better for the wearer than any other-that brings satisfaction in a way that no other merchandise does. In this and many other respects HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX clothes seem to appeal to more people than other clothes do. * We've already received some of the Fall and Winter clothes which show nothing but good quality and style. Some time, don't just happen to do it, but make it a point to come into our store and see these good clothes. You makd it a point to go to the postoffice to get your mail-the other is just as Important to you. Then, too, there is a guarantee that goes with these clothes which you don't get with other clothes- all-wool, hand-made, sewed with pure silk, absolute satisfaction, etc., or your money back. Lots of sellers say the same thing, but we give it to you In black and white-with HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX name L signed to it. Some people don't think a guarantee amounts to anything. They've been cheated some time. Try us and see what our guarantee amounts to. We could go on and say a lot more, but it would be more satisfactory for you if you come and see these good clothes we've been talking about. Yours for Good Clothes, he oggery E.RIVENES Miss Daisy Kimmel, the high school teacher, has been very ill for several days. Her position is being filled for the present by Mrs Harry Stubbs. C.A. Thurston, D.J. Donohue, W. F. Jordan, C. C. Harley, W. F. Stutz and Chet Murphy are attending the Democratic State Convention from this city. The city schools started the year's work on Monday last with a large attendance and everything points to the most auspicious year in their history. Harry Watkins, the well known ,ralytic, was taken to Warm Springs Saturday by Sheriff Larson the unfort unate man having recently shown signs of acute mental disorder. Fall opening at Elite Millinery Par lors on Sept. 10th, 11th, and 12th, of pattern and tailored hats. Three large parlors. Retrimming a speciality. Mrs. W. B. Fletcher. 3t29 W. F. Stutz, Chet Murphy, T. F. Hagan, D. J. Donohue and W. F. Jordan returned this morning from the Democratic State Convention. C. A. Thurston remained over in Helena. The Monitor party returned from the Yellowstone Park Monday morn ing with reports of a splendid trip. All through the Park the weather was magnificent for traveling. FOUND.---Near Glendive on the Belle Prairie road, a lady's suit jacket. Owner can have same by pay ing for this notice and calling at the home of B. F. Dawson. r - Mr. Burhans, the lessee of the Sti pek ranch, has performed wonders at that well known place during his short residence there. When the im provements are finished it will be one of the finest ranch homes in the county. 1 While in Glendive during the Fair 1 don't neglect the opportunity of r having your picture taken at our photograph gallery. We finish our work promptly and guarantee it to be satisfactory. Our pleased cus tomers are the best advertisements. Boen & Wing. The opening of early fall hats at s the Elite Millinery Parlors begins e on Aug. 26th. Mrs. George R. Hem o mick, a milliner of twenty years' r experience, is trimming for me. Ladies will do well to call and look over my nice line of hats and note prices. Mrs. W. B. Fletcher. 4t27 GLEfIlt E Blp MONTASw GOODS BOTTLED IN BOND A SPECIALTY. CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS, EXCLUSIVELY. OLD WHISKEYS AND FRENCH CORDIALS. Our Immense Stock Insures Prompt Attention. Rev. E. N. English, who has been visiting his son at Seattle, Wash., the past month, was taken ill suddenly and will be unable to return for at least ten days. Services in St. Matthew's Church will not be held until his re turn. Booen & Wing, photographers. Best work at prices ranging from $1.50 per dozen up. Special induce ment for Fair week, an extra pict ure with every order for a dozen. All work finished promptly and sat isfactorily. Call and see our sample pictures of people from all parts of Dawson County. One block back from Hotel Jordan. One of the worst features of kidney trouble is that it is an insidious dis ease and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady. Take Foley's Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble as it corrects irregu larities and prevents Bright's disease and diabetes. Glendive Drug Co. Mrs. Parrett, mother of Mrs. G. D. Hollecker and F. A. Parrett, left Tuesday for the east, accompan ied by Miss Jessie Hollecker. Mrs. Parrett will visit her daughter, Mrs. J. H. Marshall, at Atlantic, Iowa. Miss Jessie will visit her grand mother, Mrs. Hollecker, at Ottawa, P Ill., for a time, going from there to school at Kenosha, Wis. > The Dairy Special is due to be in Glendive on Oct. 22nd on its regular it inerary. The special will carry a herd of dairy cows and a complete untfit, t including a milking machine. Inform al lectures and demonstrations will be given at eact stop. A cncert was given at the Opera House Friday evening by Prof. r Crispini, assisted by local talent, e under the auspices of the Dorcas 7 Society of the Congregational Church. The local people were very good, but the traveling artists were hardly worth seeing. It is under stood the ladies lost nothing on the entertainment. Healthy kidneys filter the impurities from the blood and unless they do this good health is impossible. Foley's Kid ney Cure makes sound kidneys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease. It strenghtens the whole system. Glendive Drug Co. Agents, you can make $3,000 to $10,000 yearly by handling our guar anteed eight per cent real estate in vestments that will make large returns to the investor. Salary and commission. Best of bank references. Pacific North west Realty Associates, Wells Fargo Building, Poerland, Oregon. The date for the basket ball game between Beach and Glendive has been set for the 15th at the Opera House. Game called at 8:30 p. m. sharp. A dance will be given by the Opera House management after the game, with music furnished by the Opera House orchestra. W. E. Drake of the Miskimen store, returned to the city this morning, accompanied by his wife, formerly Miss Grace Door of Man kato, Minn. The young people were wedded at Mankato on Sept. 2nd. As a wedding tour they took a trip through the Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mrs. Drake will go to house keeping in a short time, with the well wishes of their hosts of friends. Mrs. E. J. Berry entertained at a 6 o'clock tea last evening in honor of Miss Vera Brady of Chicago, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don Free man for some two months. Covers were laid for twelve. After luncheon musical numbers were enjoyed by the ladies, Miss Kent favoring those as sembled with vocal numbers and the Misses Brady and Ryan with instru mental numbers. As an evidence of his great popu larity, W. C. Showalter, late chief dispatcher at this point, was tender ed a banquet at the Jordan Hotel on Monday evening by his former brother dispatchers and their wives. Covers were laid for 24 and many and various were the expressions of good will given Mr. Showalter by his co-workers. He had been sta tioned at Glendive for eight years, five years as chief dispatcher. Previous to coming here he was act ing trainmaster at Staples. Mr. and Mrs. Showalter left for their new home at Missoula last evening, where Mr. Showalter is now chief. Mrs. Sol Heren is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Mack. Notice of Sale of School Bonds Notice is hereby given that up to and including the 25th day of Septem ber, 1908, bids will be received by J. A. Pennington at Newlon, Dawson County, Montana, clerk of School Dis trict No. 4 of said county and state for the purchase of two $500 coupon bonds and one coupon bond for $642.26, issued by said School District No. 4, said bonds being payable in ten years and redeemable in ten years, bearing six per cent per annum, payable semi annually. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the board of school trustees of School District No. 4, Dawson County, Montana. J. A. PENNINGTON, 4t27 Clerk District No. 4. ANNOUNCEMENT I take this means of informing my friends that I am a candidate for renomination for the office of treas urer of Dawson county, subject to the will and pleasure of the Repub lican county convention to be held next month. If re-elected I promise to divide the money among the re putable banks of the county. W. H. FRANK.