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The "Wibaux IPinneef.
VOLUME 1 WIBAUX, DAWSON COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY MAY 2, 1907 NUMBER 16 C. C. Benedict, Physician and Surgeon Office over First Nat'l Bank, i Residence: Pickering Hotel. Dr. Dwight, Depttst Permanently located ;First National Rank MONTANA WIBAUX, Dr. . Arthur A. Baker, J>, enlist MASONIC TEMPLE Glendive. _- - Montana^ F. P. LEIPER, Bttorney at law , f ilendive - Montana. ^ Offices: Rooms 4 and 5, Masonic -Block. Phones: Office 115-call 2; residence 115-call 3. S. M. BUNNELL 'Livery Feed and Sale Stable. PRAY IN CONNECTION 'Phone 12. Wib&ux, Moni CHAS. H. DAHL, General Blacksmithing. Horseshoeing a Specialty. All Work Guaranteed. Wibaux Montana. LOUIE FONG First Class Restaurant and Short Order Chop House Regular Meals and Short Order Lunches at any hour of the day. Montana. Wibaux, § HOMESTEADS!! • (160 Acres Free.) J You will have to hurry if * y° u want to get a homestead J near town. Only a few left. lACRES !! (Ranches for Sale.) I am offering some fine ranch propositions to the large investor, and some good grain farms to the man of small means. When in Wibaux, don't fail to see E. E. JORDAN W. E. WILLIAMSON Meats, Fruits and General Produce Having made special' ar rangements with one of the largest wool firms in the east, I am prepared to pay highest cash prices fob Hides, Pelts and Furs. TOIlbaax, •fUoritana F. J. STIPEK Manufacturer tf and Detier in Harness and Saddlery, Brid les, Collars, Whips, Fur Robes, Etc. Men's Furn ishings, Boots and Shoes. I pay highest cash prices Vfor hides, pelts and furs. Wibaux, -- -- Montana. Locals. Dr. Benedict, room I, Picker ing Hotel. C. A. Clark was in "from the ranch on»Tuesday. W. H. Freeman was down from Glendive,the first of the week. F. E. i Near was down from Beach on -business, Wednesday. W. E. Combes was down from Glendive on business, Wednes day. The Ladjgs Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. iJ. W. Jones next week. W. J. 'Wagner came in from his ranch near Beaver 011 Wed nesday. McCabe and Welsh are build ing a new barn for j. Parsons this week. Miss Ruby Shear came up from Sentinel Butte on Friday to at tend the dance. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Near were up from Beach pp Friday to at tend the dange, Mrs. L. N. Allen and son, Joe, of Dickinson, are visiting friends in town this week. Our hustling land man, Mr. Babler, transacted business in Dickinson, Wednesday. J. L. Milner 'went out to the ranch on Monday with eight men for the lambing season. Dr. Benedict drove out the W. f H. Damon ranch on Wednesday to attend Mr. Damon, who is sick. The 'Wibaux Base Ball Club will give another dance in the hall, Friday, May 10. Everybody is cordially invited. Don't fail to see Prof. Peden at the opera-house, Wednesday, May 8. Dance after show. Come and laugh and grow fat. W. E. Stockstill, one of the active members of the Wibaux Mercantile Co., and wife came in from the ran'ch on Monday. D. T. Phillips came in from the ranch AiFSaturday to move his family out. We acknowledge a pleasant ■and profitable call. The sdhool directors met on Sat urday and elected the same teach ers, with F. P. Baird as Prin cipal, for the following year. Rev. Bovee, of Waterloo, Iowa, will hold services in the Congre gational church next Sunday,;im mediately after Sunday school. Messrs. Rucker and Stockstill are busily engaged this week tak ing inventofy^of the stock which was recertify ^purchased of Mr. Cannon. T. 0, Walker enjoyed a visit with his brother, G. W. -Walker, of Miles City, who stopped here for a few days, en route from the Twin Cities. Mrs. G. C Jensen -entertained the'todies of the Guild society on 'Wednesday afternoon. Several choice piano selections were rend ered by Mies - Payne. Druggist/ C.-M. Alien, of Sims, N. ID.,'was here on Tuesday,; and purchased the building recently oWtffed by the Babler Land Cov, of Dr. Dwight And will start a drug Store-therein, at an bariy dktej The°building has been moved out Oh ftiaiW street, one door'north of the 5 post office. Principal Baird of the Wibaux schools is in thecity as a member of the County Board ! of Educa tion, assisting 1 the county super intendent in conducting teachers' examination, this being the first examination under the new* law Two applicants are being examin ed. County Attorney Lentz, the third member of'the board, is busy in district CoUrt; hence Pro fessor Baird* found it necessary to TeaVd^his school to assist Miss. Hackrfcy. —Review. FOUND NOT GUJLTY. Just as The Review goes ,tf> press the good news goes oat ovqr the city that B. J. Parsons of Wi baux was acquitted by the dis trict court of the charge of grand larceny. Ml*. Parsons' many friends thought some terrible mistake had been made, when this charge was first, brought, for he bears a reputation of being one of the best citizens of his .section of the country. To show how strong the proof of his innocence was in the minds of the jury, they were out less than half an hour when they rendered a verdict in .Mr. Par sons' favor. Mrs. Parsons, who with her at-, tractive little girl, has been a con stant witness of the proceedings of the case, was overjoyed at the result and took no pains to con ceal her pleasure. There was also a decided dem onstration of approval in the court room, so that Sheriff Larson had to call for order.— Review. TO HYPNOTIZE HIMSELF. Wonderful Feat will be Performed by Prof. Pedin at His Perform ance in McCormick hall tonight. Professor Pedin, the world fa mous hypnotist, will put himself to sleep tonight at McCormick's hall,'Where he gives another en tertainment. This is-considered one of the most remarkable feats performed by any hypnotist on the American stage. He will place himself in a state of hypnotic influence and will then preform the many things he has made others do at the pre vious entertainments he has giv en attheteall. Those who have seen the pro fessor apld his talented wife per form, have been astonished at the wonderful power possessed by the man. With the greatest ease he : has placed people to sleep at the performance and has made some of'the best known citizens of Billings perform marvelous tricks and feats in the presence ofthe audience. He placed his wife under the influence of hyp notism and then placed her in the window of Chappie's drug store, where she slept alhafternoon and was awakened in the evening at the performance. Thursday night he not only hypnotised human beings, hut mesmerised animals, including rabbits, chickens, pigeons, etc. They were made to do all manner of funny stunts. The professor has a number of new feats which he expects to perform tonight, besides hypno tizing any subject that may ap pear. He will issue a general in vitation to all t o come and be hyp notized.—Billings Daily. j Professor Pedin is billed for the opera house at Wibaux, May 8th, and as this company comes highly recommended by the Bil lings Daily they Will no doubt show to a full house'here. Watch for the blind-fold drive at 2:30. Subscribe for the Pioneer thicT Fead ;about *• the people you know. 1 Crude HOME A Column Thoughts Dedicated As They | Fell CIRCLE To Tired Mothers ! From the DE As They 1 EditpriaJ Join the Pen: Pleas&jrt PART Home Circle it Evening. MENT Evening 1 Reveries. Tide. Don't judge a man by his clohthes. God made one and the tailor made the other. Don't judge a man by his family, for Cain belonged to a good family. Don't judge a man by his failure in life, far many a man falls be cause he is to honest to succeed. Don't judge a man by the house he lives, in, for the lizard and the rat often inhabit the. grander structure. When a man dies they who survive him ask what prop erty there is left benind; the an gel who bends over the dying man asks what good deeds he has sent before him. Did you ever know a woman to regret that she knew how to do exquisitely fine neddle work or plain sewing, to bake light, wholesome bread, or delicious pies or cakes? Did you ever know one who v/as ashamed of her skill in picking and preserve ing, or who was unwilling to ad mit that she could arrange a ta ble, order a course dinner, and if need be, do the cooking her self? No, indeed, but many -a woman has spent years in.trying to acquire the knowledge of household affairs of which she should have been mistress before she was fairly in. long dresses.. The mother who^ fails to instruct her daughter in such branches defrauds her of woman's best; right, the right to a knowledge' of how to make a home. Perhaps only a home for herself, but, oh, how pretty and pleasant it.can be if the tact, the skill, the grace of a trained hand and eye and taste are there to bring it into perfect 1 symmetry. Women, can't you see? You caught your husband with honey and you cannot hold him with vinegar. The outside of the house is the only side which in truth belongs to a hen pecked husband., They take to the outside sospeed ily when there is unpleasantness within, that any women with a little thought and observation may know what will come of trying to train a husband as she would a fractious school boy. Whatev er he may-be, .for-the home sake, she is obliged to keep sweet. We have seen women Who apparent ly enjoyed scolding their hus bands in the presence < of others, and we have seen mothers who indiscreetly punish their children before visitors, thus humiliating the dear wayward ones and making them feel that their repu tations were so damaged that there was no use in trying to be good. But such women are not the mistresses of .those homes where the household machinery glides on with noiseless ease, without force or effect seeming to be required to move it along. They cannot create the sunny, cheerful firesides that men love better than all the world beside, and the memory of which child ren; tenderly^ clings to as long • as life lasts. , HONOR THY MOTHER ! honor' the dear old mother. Time has scattered the snowy flakes upon her brow, plowed deep-furrows on her' cheek, but is She not beautiful now; the lips are thin • and shrunk, but those are the lips that have kissed away many a hot tear from the childish cheeks, and they are the swetetest lips in the world. The eyd is dim, yet it glows with soft radiance of holy love that can 'neVer fade. Oh yes;.' yes she is d^defir bld mother. The sands of '"Concluded on fourth page. Firs! National Bank Of WIBAUX, MONTANA BUY YOUR MONEY ORDERS FROM US AND SAVE HALF THE PRICE OF A POST OFFICE ORDER. OUR. RATES. For Orders up to $10; 5 cents up to $45; 10 ceuts up to $75; 15 cents up to $100; 20 cents POST OFFICE RATES For Orders up to $10; 8 cents up to $45; 18 sents up to $75; 25 cents up to $100; 30 cents A CONSERVATIVE, BUT PROGRESSIVE BANK COME IN AND DO BUSINESS WITH US ^ ^ — oenoa— » •••• j Pickering Hotel MRS. R. PICKERING, Proprietor Rates $2.00 per day. Steam heated brick building,, newly built and furnished. Special attention given to the travelling public; 3 First Class Bar in Connection. - - -- - ^ 1 Livery, Feed and Sale Stable S. H. STAMBAUGH, Proprietor GOOD RIGS PRICES REASONABLE City Dray Line Phone 21 Wibaux, Montana —WMMM f MWMmMMMMMO W • Midland Coal and Lumber Co. m • DEALERS'IN 2 Hides and Pelts, Brick,. Lime, Cement and 2 Patent Plaster. Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash • and Doors. AH kinds of building paper and. 2 roofing. Bear Creek Lump and Egg. Coal and 2 Pennsylvania. Anthracite Coal. • 3 GEO. W. JAMES; Local Agent, Phone 18, Wibaux, Montana -------------------------" mMNSMSNMMNMMMSMMSSMSHmNM* ] DON'T READ THIS! • Unless you are interested in making money. If you are, list your had with us We are connected with many WEALTHY PEOPLE who wish to BUY Land in Small and Large tracts. Everybody list while the boom is on. BABLER LAND CO. The Graham Hotel Headquarters For Traveling Public. Rates, $1.50 to $2.50 per day. American Plan. \ Steam Heated, Modern Throughout