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WISE TALKS BY THE OFFICE BOY ! , i AMERICAN MADE WATCHES R. Whenever you think that times are ha rd and money scarce, just g:o way back and reflect that this is a billion dollar country, i ' and money grows on cornstalks and trees and vines and mineral " dumps ;n this country. This Government is spending one million I dollars a day in the reclamation service alone-arid lands, rivers, Sharbors and the like. Your Uncle Sam is baying out $100,000 a Sdy to bring New York and San Francisco 10,000 miles nearer by water. Money tightens up about every so often, but it always loosens up again al;d dull times are getting shorter and shorter " whenever they have to come. This country is the world's wealthiest nation, and growing richer all the time. American 4 rmade wat hes are sent to all parts of the world and American inventions are held in higher esteem than any others. Be sure Sto see our late arrival of watches. We are making some special prices on Elgin and Waltham movements in twenty-year, gold tilled cases. Come in ard let us give you prices. f~WILLIE, with '4- DR. J. H. MISKIMEN, Glendive, Mont. -- . . aid a man . . . . . -U----- TIME CARD **-0F TRAINS. (C ndive, Mont. ;rrive Depart 4;:0 a m 5:00 am ;:2'pm 6:30 pm 1':40 pm 10:50 pm ;: pm 4:10 pm : ,5 am 7:05 am ':15 am 2:(0 am r: p. ' ;ess money orders for L.C" S4TL4`'r. PAU.L, MINN. L :,:.ive. Mot t. CITY B- EVIT-IES. . r sale at the itr from the at the Moni :'r sale at the ret urned Sat S: ,he Twin Cities. ::l sizes neatly 4'lnitor Office. .. ('uster County ,.e best in east 37tf a visitor from looking over : ' interests. fi:'. !.::.: Goodridge-Call :l : a Glendivite on . workmen em 'ie at ti.o I!, i Jordan barber F, 1 ,39tf. " . r:: nid paid the city F.i.:ida and Satur : } i,. eals in the city '- the Riverside . 15tf :.leal)est coal in S.)Ild by the Cus .tP 1 " an. Try a ton • I . 37tf I- - -. The Rainy Day In ..n.ey matters as well as in weather matters tine I.r. D)ay Period is unwelcome. A wise pro V1Sior-: :.nst that time and the discomforts attend .. i : -Ltantial account in some strong, reliable \ not offering you Big Returns on a I estment, BUT AN ABSOLUTELY PO SITORY FOR YOUR FUNDS AND IN~iT:`: FT ON SAME AT A RATE CONSIST C O i 'ii SOUND, PROFITABLE BANKING. The First National Eank of Glendive. Capital, Surplus and Profits $70,000.00 The marriage of Miss Julma Ac cait and Francis Beeler of Wibaux occurred on Saturday last, the 7th. For the best shave or hair cut in ithe city go to the Hotel Jordan barber shop. 35tf. It has been definitely decided to hold several farmers' institutes in Dawson county some time next spring. Get your next suit or overcoat from R. Becker, the merchant tailor, in Gillis Block. 36tf If you have any news items call up the Monitor office, 'Phone 120. Give us the facts and we will do the rest. Dr. Riesland, the optical specialist who grinds all glasses here, will be at the Hotel Jordan, Nov. 10 to 14. 32tf Wm. H. Titus and Etta Wescott were granted a marriage license by Clerk of Court Sample on the 11th. Don't forget that the Monitor Of fice always has a full supply of jus tice court blanks. 'Phone 120. A marriage license was granted to Ole Peter Sorenson and Helen Norgaard of Sidney on the 7th. All wiho are indebted to me please call and settle before Nov. 1, as I have sold out. Frank Lucas. 34tf C. E. Griffin of Belle Prairie depar ted a few days ago for Portland. Ore gon, where he will visit his son for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Butler of Miles City attended the funeral of Mrs. Hollecker yesterday. Frank Griffith leaves today for Chicago, and will visit at Illinois points fo'r the winter. Mrs. L. A. Wahl was called to St. Paul on Saturday last by the ill ness of a sister. Cleaning and repairing of all kinds for ladies and gents neatly done by R. Becker, the merchant tailor, in Gillis Block. 36tf There is only one grade of Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder and Extracts- the best that can be made; chemically tested and pure. 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. 'I Call on R. Becker, the merchant tailor, for your next suit or overcoat. Perfect fit and satisfaction guaranteed. In Gillis Block. 36tf The Ladies' Guild will be enter tained next Thursday afternoon by Mrs. John Mack and Mrs. E. A. Martin at the home of the former. Dr. Riesland, the optical special ist, is now in the city at the Jordan Hotel, and will be pleased to see any callers at the hotel up to Sunday noon. LOST.--Sr;all, open face watch, with monogram E. F. H. on back. Suitable reward for return to Jordan Hotel. A joint institute of the Custer, Rosebud and I awson county teachers will be held at the high school build ing in Miles City, Nov. 23-25, 1908. Bishop Brewer has decided to give two discourses at the Episcopal church this evening and tomorrow evening. Everybody cordially invi ted. The marriage of Thos. L. Cullen and Miss Martha E. Wieglanda, beth employed by the Hughes Elec t :ic Company, is scheduled to take place this evening. YOUR IDEA Of Winter Clothing and Foot Wear ý can be found at our store. Sheep Skin Lined Coats*.-Duck and Corduroy Clothes SBILL BAND ! Rubber Foot Wear-Water Proof Shoes Leather Lined Shoes-Felt Shoes Rubber Clothing Fur Caps--Cloth Caps--Lined and Unlined Mittens Buckskin Underwear--Pure Wool Underwear Fur Overcoats--Plush and Fur Lined Overcoats * THE HOME OF The Toggery, FLORSHEIM I HART SCHAFFNER & MARX SHOES SUITS AND OVERCOATS E. RIVENES, Prop. Old Boreas has been getting in some of his best work this week, as h.s been amply demonstrated by the swift flying populace along Glendive streets. Mrs. Geo. Muxlow leaves tomorrow morning for San Jose, Calif., where she will spend the winter in visiting her mother, Mrs. Ss.rah E. Johnson, and also in musical study. John Gill of Burns was in our thriv ing metropolis Tuesday. While here he made arrangements to have his stock brands appear regularly In the Monitor. Remember the regular services of the Congregational Church at the Court House next Sunday morning and evening. Everybody cordially in vited to attend. TAKEN UP.-Yearling heifer with poke on, white spot in fore head and white stripe on back; also white tip on tail. Inquire of A. Evinrund, north fork of Deer creek. 4t37p 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. Florence Roberts has accomplished many big things in her varied and ver satile career, but none, so advices say, so telling as her work in "The House of Bondage," in which she is short ly to appear in this city. The transitional period from ice to coal has now practically been complet ed in Glendive, and for the next few months the busy householder will be in pursuit of enough shekels to keep his coal bin supplied with black diam onds, until Old Sol gets in a much better humor. 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. FOR RENT.--Furnished room with heat. Mrs. L. M. Hurst. 2t38p C L :`: , v tore flONTAN: GOODS BOTTLED IN BOND A SPECIALTY. CLEAR HAVANA CIGARS, EXCLUSIVELY. OLD WHISKEYS AND FRENCH CORDIALS. Our Immense Stock Insures Prompt Attention. Keen interest will follow the an nouncement that Florence Roberts is soon to present in this city her new play, "The House of Bondage," which is declared to be one of the most daring dramas of recent years. Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air passages, stops the irritation in the throat, soothes the inflamed mem branes, and the most obstinate cough disappears, Sore and inflamed lungs are healed and strengthened, and the cold is expelled from the system. Re fuse any but the genuine in the yellow package. Glendive Drug Co. 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. E. J. Armstrong of the Merchants' National Bank left this week for Is may, where he goes to assume the po sition of cashier of the First National Bank, and succeeding Wilson Eyer, who returns to Dickinson. Mr. Eyer of the division superintendent's office of the Northern Pacific has accepted the position at the Merchants' Nation al made vacant by Mr. Armstrong's resignation. A party of Dawson county stock men are making shipments of cattle today. Among those shipping are Jas. Cavanaugh, Ed. Cole, Fred Barker of Burns, Frank Hull of Newlon, Chas. Obergfell of Sidney, M. L. Benner of Girard, Aug. Fred erickson of Tokna and Chris Narum of Newlon. DION'S Cash Store Trade with Us Buy for Cash We do not give Discounts 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 Climax Flour, per 100 pound sack $3.30 Fifty pound sack $1.70 Sugar, 16 pounds $1.00 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 Macaroni, 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 DionBros. Merchants, Glendive,- - Mont.