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VOLUME 1
WIBAUX, DAWSON COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY MARCH 7, 1907
NUMBER 8
C. C. Benedict,
Physician and Surgeon
Office over First Nat'l Bank.
Residence Graham Hotel.
Dr. Arthur A. Baker,
Dentist
MASONIC TEMPLE
Glendive, - - Montana.
F. P.. LEIPER,
Bttorney at Haw
Glendive - Montana.
Offices: Rooms 4 and 5, Masonic
Block. Phones: Office 115-call
2; residence 115-call 3.
Mrs. R. W. Near.
{Teacher of flMano
Instruction in Sightreading and
Harmony. Prices Reasonable.
'Phone Mrs. S. B. Chappell.
CEA\ H. DAEL,
General B \ a e k s m i i h i n g.
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
All Work Gu ranteed.
Wibaux
Montan:
• Fellow Citizens
Attention!
Don't let people come in
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and get all the good things
here. Make use of your
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own privileges as a citizen
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of the United States.
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Take a Homestead.
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Buy Land Now
You Know and I know
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that it is a good investment,

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either for a permanent home
or a sure chance to double 5
your money in a short time. |
| How? Ask jg>
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Dr. C. H. Dwight is
now permanently
located in Wibaux
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• All kinds of up-to-date Den
• tal work by the latest and
• most approved methods.
• Gold Crown and Bridge
" work a specialty.
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• GRAHAM HOTEL
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Patronize Honvs Industry.
Are you ashamed of your town?
"No." Are you ashamed of your
merchants? "No. " Do you want
to see them succeed? "Yes, (hes
itatingly.) Are you willing to
contribute your patronage to that
end? Well, yes, if their prices
are low enough?
Such is the gist of a conversa
tion recently heard on the ques
tion of mail order houses versus
our home merchants relative to
the prices of goods. To you who
never send away a cent for any
thing you can get at home, a pat
on the hack and a hearty "you're
all right. " But to you who for
the sake of saving a few cents,
will pay for an article before you
Birci'r Aye View of Wiliac;:.
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till®' i ■
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The above half-tone is used by the Pioneer through the courtesy of Mr. J. M.
Calvin, of the Calvin Investment Co.
see it, take
from voi
r home
merchant v h:
it rightfull:
belongs
to him and
contribute
it to the
Chicago or ii- 1
jvv York m
ml order
house. Just
ponder a w
file over
the Golden ru
ea id mmg
ne your
self, for a tin
io, in the
dace of
your more ha
it whom
ou have
robbed, and see how you would
feel if you saw your neighbors
and fellow citizens buying money |
orders to pay for shoddy goods;
in advance.
Do you know that Montgomery
Ward buys files from the fore-1
most file manufacturers, yes, that
is what they tell you hut they do;
not say that these files arc bought j
cheap because they contain flaws!
and therefore the manufacturer:
does not want to put his stamp
on them and offer them to his
customers; if he did not sell them
to Montgomery Ward, he would
throw them aside to he re-run.
Do you know that large carpet
and rug manufacturers make a
special grade of goods for mail
order houses? M-. W. for in
stance, will place a large order
for carpets, to sell at a certain
price, and the manufacturer
makes the quality according to j
price. The everlasting and all
consuming desire of the Ameri
can people is to get something for
nothing and whenever they try
it, it ususlly transpires that they
have got nothing for something.
There is an increasing tendency
to use the imitation for the real
and because that imitation can be
manufactured so as to deceive all
but an expert and can he sold for
a price that is away down, it
meets the approval of a large
class of people and they rush over
each other to buy.
Our merchants here have thous
ands of dollars invested in very
complete stocks and aim to carry
in stock anything that we need
demanding in return only a fair
margin of profit. They expect,
and have a right to, that they
will get your patronage; and so
long as their dealing is fair, they
are entitled to it. They pay their
taxes into our county and contrib
ute to the up-building of our town
in no small way, and are always
ready with the personal influence
and the purse to aid in any enter
prise that is to be to our benefit.
You buy your goods with their
recommendation behind it and if
it is not as represented you may
have redress; with the mail-order
house you pay without seeing the
char
length of time.
:annot get at
Do not deceive yourself in beleiv
ing that yon are getting just a:
good goods at half the price.
Macon, Ga., visited the hoi
her fiancee in New Orleans
.lot satisfactory
it and try again
pay the return
st pay charges
cr besides being
so of it for that
ionic, lot your
or it for you, to
and pay an bon
honest article.
Comfort fer Missy,
Not long ago a young lady of
her return horn
e, an.
old
colored
woman, long in
the s
ervie
e of the
family, atk! err
iseuuenu:
■ privi
legecl to nut the
QUA?
tion
asked:
"Honey, whe
i is
AOU
grin' to
git married ?
The engager.
rent
not
having
been announced
the
Mac
un girl
smillingly replied:
"Indeed, I can't say, antie.
Perhaps 1 shall never marry."
The old woman, s j aw fell.
"Ain't dut a pity, now. ' she
said. "But, affix all, missy, dr.
do say dat ole maids is de hap
piest crit tors dere is, once day
quits strugglin'."
Locals.
Chas. Appenzeller is spending
a few days in town.
T. H. Rush has a few good.
Norman and Shire stallions for
sale,
Mrs. Don A. Freeman, of Glen
dive, is the guest of Mrs. Harry
Allen this week.
We will publish your brand
and send T li e P i o n e e r to
your address one year for $5.00.
Victor Peterson returned on Tues
day from St. Croix Falls, Wis.,
where he was enjoying a visit
with his people.
K. Mullendore went to Glen
dive the first of the week to at
tend the meeting of the County
Commissioners.
W. E. Williamson went to
Springdale, Mont., on Wednesday
where he will buy some hay-fed
cattle for his beef supply.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J; ,,,
A. Metcalf, of the Dawson Coun
ty Review, was last week glad
dened by the arrival of a tiny
little girl.
Willie Thomas and C. L, Hort
on were out to look at their horses
on Glendive creek, and report
them to be in excellent condition,
notwithstanding the severe win
ter for range stock.
Claud Gateh, National hank
examiner, made his semi-annual
call, to examine the First Nat
lcmal, at this place a.id he seem
ed to oe highly moused wita uic
hen
bank's condition.
Remember the Pioneer
you place your next order for let
ter heads, envelopes or other;
stationary or job printing of any
kind. Oar prices are right and
our work is fully tip to standard.
i C " :d ' 1 ILt „ j A Ce'umn f
(Thoughts 1 filOine 1 D-.rf5cj.ted j
j ,* s -- hoy ' To Ti.ed 1
i Va!! \ ^ ^ «, j Mothers
j wom.ho i (Urcie ! AsThey
J ! ) Jo-n tae
1 '-An - j j Home
1 ?J3utnt 1 | Circle »t
Svenin-J j MCp io j fiver.'.-.g
i .evo i j j Tide.
The gleeful life of happy child
ren is the best home music and
the graceful figures of childhood
are the best, statuary We are all
kings and queens in the cradle.
A home without a child! It is
bke a lantern without a candle;
? garden and no flowers: a vine
and no granas; a brook and no
v/ater gurgling an;-, gusning m
its channel.
There are too -mar.v homes in
which -s heard o;
liv fi
instead of loving
comp
ohckermgs and :
>tmo
. weet, nappy and
com
Remember like
prod
the life as elsewl
ere.
fie borne in. mini
b;
constant effort rr
rade
instead o
May this
all. and a
for purer.
right .»r homes.
APPRECIATION.
Appreciation is one
Christ-hke emotions of the hum
an heart. To look at motives and
not at results is the right thing
to do. How often the best laid
plans lead to failure. A word of
appreciation has led many a dis
couraged heart to pick up the
broken threads and weave them
into a new web after they had
lain among tattered ideals for
months or years. Kind words
bring memories that echo through
the years long after the lips that
uttered them have crumbled to
dust. Children carry the mem
ory of words of.appreciation with
them through childhood and oft
en recall them in old age when
enveloped in the shadows of life.
They are like the perfume of the
violet that lifts its head above
the spring snows and whispers
io them of the sunshine. Money
cannot buy, intellect cannot cre
ate so rare a gem as true kind
ness. It is a heart product and
needs the tenderest culture. It
is killed by indifference and en
feebled by neglect.
While Robert J. Ingersol made
for himself a legion of enemies
by his attacks on Christianity, all
must admire his eloquence. No
man in America could more beau
tifully frame a sentence, and his
eloquent remarks at the grave of
his brother load one to doubt if
the great infidel war, half so had
as his own words, at times, pic
tured him to he. A man who ut
tered so many beautiful things
had but little room in his heart
for atheism with its cold, revolt
ing, heathenish teaching. In a
symposium on woman, Col. Rob
ert G. Ingeraol was asked to con
He replied as
of the
i tribute~!fis~^iews.
■ follows -
* takes a hundred men to make
; an encampment, but one woman
can make a home. I not only ad
mire women a the most beauti
ful object ever created, but I rev
erence her as the redeemed glory
j of humanity, the sanctuary of ail
| virtues, the pledge of all perfect
Concluded on fourth page.
I Bank of Wibaux,
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| BANK MONEY ORDERS.
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| PAYABLE A N Y W HERE IN T II E W 0 R L D.
§ CHEAPEST, SAFEST AND MOST CONVENIENT
WAY OF SENDING MONEY BY MAIL.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS SOLD.
j Yv2 ALSO SELL TRAVELER'S
I SELF-IDENTIFYING CHECKS.
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MRS. R. PICKERING, Proprietor.
Rates $2.00 per day. Steam heated brick building,
newly built and furnished. Special attention given
to the travelling public.
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3 Livery, Feed aand Sale Stable
S. S5. STAMBAUGH, Proprietor
GOOD RIGS PRICES REASONABLE
City Dray Line
Phone 21
Wibaux, Montana
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Coal and Lumber Co. |
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® Building Paper, Roofing, Sash and doors. Hides and S
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Wibaux, Mont.
The Graham Hotel
Headquarters For Traveling Public.
i Rates, $1.50 to $2.50 per day. American Plan.
Steam Heated, Modern Throughout

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