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WISE TALKS BY THE OFFICE BOY
Birds in their little nests agree because it would bepoor policy to fall cut. I've had several mixups with the manager lately and he told me the other day if I didn't get a rush of trains to the head soon he'd have to get a little girl for office / toy. Thr i's the disadvanitage of working in a store where they do so much business. There is something doing every minute, and they do need a kid right on the spot all of the time. Every night when I go to bed I say to myself, "I'm going to get onto myself," and my intentions are all right, but something happens next day and I go up into the air and / have to be called down. Fall business is starting off with a /i / wing and lots of people are coming in to have their eyes ox amined and being fitted with the Knu Digit glasses, the kind 1hat stay on. WILLIE, with DR. J. H. MISKIMEN, Glendive, Mont. - TIME CARD 0ý *-*-OF TRAINS. 'dive, Mont. Arrive Depart 5:00 am f 6::pm 'm 10:50 pm m 4:10 pm : am ..n 2:iso am ' orders for K. PAUL M.NN. : ,Mont. CITY B£REVITIES. *a ae at the : Kin ('lear Xsvisit * : tie Moni rA VIsltil' ýtle at the . I;rtiett are _. ( lendivite situr from f Fairview last week. l: is visit 11 .a Billings y- s ago. t ,t ti v visitor . ý1isited with latweek, L. 'Jlenwl from Sr: lays this l hair cnt in 11 tel Jordan S5tf. !I'd tidayV for treatnment for The Rainy Day matters as well as in weather matters P):v Period is unwelcome. A wise pro ýt that time and the discomforts attend antial account in some strong, reliable not offering you Big Returns on a unent, BUT AN ABSOLUTELY _ i SITORY FOR YOUR FUNDS AND )N SAME AT A RATE CONSIST K SOUND, PROFITABLE BANKING. T he First National Lank of Glendive. Capita1, '>urplus and Profits $70,000.00 If you have any news items call ru the Monitor office, 'Phone 120. Give us the facts and we will do the rest. Geo. Williams is enjoying a visit from his uncle, Joe Williams of Pen nsylvania. All who are indebted to me please call and settle before Nov. 1, as I have sold out. Frank Lucas. 34tf Miss Munz departed this morning for Spokane, after an extended visit with Miss Williams. Don't forget that the Monitor Of fice always has a full supply of jus tice court blanks. 'Phone 120. Oliver Oakley, Wm. Wise and G. Glover were visitors from Enid a few days ago. The W. C T. U. will meet Tues (lay, the 10th, at 2:30 with Mrs. Pope. All ladies cordially invited. Get your next suit or overcoat from R. Becker, the merchant tailor, in Gillis Blo.k. 36tf J L. Kiichli and Fred Garkey re turned Saturday last from a county campaign tour. One of the best meals in the city can be secured at the Riverside Restaurant. 15tf Mrs. E. J. Berry returned a few (lays ago from a visit with Wiscon sin relatives. Visiting cards of all sizes neatly printed at the Monitor Office, 'Phone 120. Try a ton of the Custer County Coal Company coal, the best in east ern Montana, 37tf None but expert workmen em ployed at the Hotel Jordan barber shop. Try them. 39tf. S. B. Chappell was among the Wi bauxites in Glendive the fore part of the week. Mr. Smith was among those re presenting Wibaux in this city yes terday. The Dorcas Society will be enter tained at the home of Mrs. Harry Sample tomorrow. The republican candidates held a rally at Wibaux on Saturday evening 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. last being accompanied by the Glen dive Band. Call on R. Becker, the merchant tailor, for your next suit or overcoat. Perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed. In Gillis Block. 36tf The Ladies' Aid Society was en tertained yesterday by Mrs. Wahl and Mrs. Pope at the home of the latter. Lovell Farnum and Wm. Ryan, together v ith their fathers and Jack Jarvis, left today for a hunting trip around Cedar. Cleaning and repairing of all kinds for ladies and gents neatly done by R. Becker, the merchant tailor, in Gillis Block. 36tf Services will be held at the Epis copal church next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at the usual hour. Everybody invited. Mrs. Holmes has moved in from her ranch and is getting nicely lo cated for the winter in her city res idence. Dr. Riesland, the optical specialist who grinds all glasses here, will be at the Hotel Jordan, Nov. 10 to 14. 32tf YRIDE Of Winter Clothing and Foot Wear can be found at our store. IA Sheep Skin Lined Coats---Duck and Corduroy Clothes BALL BAND I Rubber Foot Wear-Water Proof Shoes Leather Lined Shoes-Felt Shoes U Rubber Clothing Fur Caps--Cloth Caps--Lined and Unlined Mittens! U5 Buckskin Underwear--Pure Wool Underwear U5 I Fur Overcoats--Plush and Fur Lined Overcoats THE HOME OF The Toggery, FLORSHEIM HART SCHAFFNEiR & MARX SHOES - SUITS AND OVERCOATS E. RIVENES, Prop. Lii S The best and cheapest coal in eastern Montana is sold by the Cus ter County Coal Company. Try a ton and be convinced. 37tf Pure food is just what you get with Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder and Extracts. Guaranteed under the law. Calyx Simard of Newlon returned home after a five months' sojourn through New Mexico, Arizona, Cali fornia and Utah, being greatly im pressed with the sunny south. Dr. Donohue of Glendive. Sydney Sanner of Miles City, Mrs. T. G. O'Brien and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Si mard took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simard of Newlon. The Ladies' Guild will be enter tained next Friday, Nov. 13, at the home of Mrs Hale. Members are requested to note the change from Thursday to Friday. Emil Wojahn, who was here from Beach this week, made application for his final citizenship papers, nam ing as witnesses, Ernest Juhnke and Wm. Erdmann. Chas. Curliss and wife enjoyed a visit several days last week from Mr. Curliss' brother and nieces, Fred Curliss and the Misses Martin, of Bowman, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. John Coates of St. Cloud, Minn., arrived in the city this week from a western trip and are visiting their son, A. J. Coates and wife. Remember the regular services of the Congregational Church at the Court House next Sunday morning and evening. Everybody cordially in vited to attend. Old papers for sale at th'e Mcnitor Office. WANTED-Success Magazine re quires the services of a man in Glen dive to look after expiring subscrip tions and to secure new business by means of special methods unusually effective; position permanent; prefer one with experience, but would con sider any applicant with good natural qualifications; salary $1.50 per day, with commission option. Address, with references, R. C. Peacock, Room 102, Success Magazine Bldg., New York. Old Puritan Rye on sale at the Jordan bar. 44tf. GLEWIlvE o MONTANA GOODS BOTTLED IN BOND A SPECIALTY. CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS, EXCLUSIVELY. OLD WHISKEYS AND FRENCH CORDIALS Our Immense Stock Insures Prompt Attention. Rev. P. C. Burhans will assist in the dedication of the new $16,000 Congregational church at Glen Ullen next week. Elaborate ceremonies, covering several days, have been ar ranged. Geo. R. Hemmick, Absalom Reed and Perry AA Walker of Thirteen Mile and H. N. Osgood, located near the Kinsey ranch, made final proof on their homesteads this week. Bishop Brewer will hold services at the Episcopal church in Wibaux this evening. On the 15th he will hold services at St. Matthew's church in Glendive, both morning and evening. TAKEN UP.-Yearling heifer with poke on, white spot in fo"-e head and white stripe on back; also white tip on tail. Inquire of A. Evinrund, north fork of Deer creek. 4t37p Daringly original in theme and brilliantly written is "The House of Bondage," in which Florence Rob erts is soon to appear in this city. The play is in three acts and is the work of Seymour Obermere. St. Matthew's Guild will hold a fancy goods, apron and food sale early in December. Aprons will be sent from nearly every state in the Union. Ladies desiring Christmas presents will do well to attend this sale. If you suffer from constipation and liver trouble Foley's Orino Laxative will cure you permanently by stimulat ing the digestive organs so they will act naturally. Foley's Orino Laxative does not gripe, is pleasant to take and you do not have to take laxatives continually after taking Orino. Why continue to be the slave of pills and tablets. Glendive Drug Co. DION 'S Cash Store Trade with Us Buy for Cash We do not give Discounts or Rebates of any kind We sell for cash but will run monthly accounts with those who are in the habit of paying their bills once a month, and others who wish to do so. Prices current, effective Saturday and after Climax Flour, per 100 pound sack $3.30 Fifty pound sack $1.70 Sugar, 16 pounds $1.00 i Sugar, per sack $6.25 Potatoes, per bushel $.95 Creamery Butter, 3 pounds $1.00 Creamery Butter, 5 pounds $1.60 Apples, per box $1.75 Three Cans Good Corn $.25 Barrington Hall Coffee, steel cut, 2-pound can $.70 MVacaroni, per package $.10 California Peaches, per can $.20 Per 6 cans $1.10 California Apricots, per can $.20 Per 6 cans $1.10 Cranberries Dill Pickles Bulk Olives Fresh Honey Celery We don't meet prices, we MAKE them Telephone Nos. 14 and 114 Prompt Delivery DionBro s. Merchant s, Glendive, * - Mont.