The Wibaux TMnneef
WIBAUX LAWSON COUNTY. MONTANA. THURSDAY MAY 16. HKf
C. C. Benedict,
physician and Surgeon
Office over First Nat'l Bank.
Residence: Pickering Hotel.
Over First National Bank
Dr. Arthur A, Baker,
Glenimve. - - Montana.
F. P. LEIPER,
Bttorney at law
Glendive - Montana
* nnrl r Masonic
PhTes 4 Office U5-callt
• j 11 Vfill 8
S. M. BUNNELL
. . , .
Livery Feed and Sale Stable,
'Phone 12 .
DRAY IN CONNECTION
CHAS. H. DAHL.
Horseshoeing a Specialty.
All W o r k Guaranteed.
First Class Restaurant and Short
Order Chop House
Regular Meals and Short Order
Lunches at any hour of
(160 Acres Free.)
You will have to hurry if
you want to get a homestead
near town. Only a few left.
(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
Having made special ar
rangements with one of the
largest wool firms in the
east. I am prepared to pay
highest cash prices for
Hides, Pelts and Furs.
F. J. STIPEK
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Harness and Saddlery, Brid
les. Collars. Whips. Fur
Robes. Etc. Men's Furn
ishings, Boots and Shoes.
I pay highest cash pi ices
for hides, pelts and furs
Wibaux. - - Montana.
Mrs, E. E. -Iordan is on the
sick list this week.
Frank Cannon made
Glendive on Tuesday.
a trip to
F. M. Keene returned from the
(Twin Cities on Tuesday.
Don't fail to attend the dance |
in the h^l), Friday, May 24.
Frank Borth was down from!
Beach on business, Saturday.
N. W. Collins and family left
for Tacoma, Wash.. Thursday.
The local' ball team will play a :
practice game at Beach, Sunnay. J
Frank Riley came in from the
ranch with a load of sheep pelts
J. C. Kinney departed on Wed-!
nesday evening for the Twin
W. A. Linton, of Glendive, was j
h0reth ^ Week looki ^ after his j
St ° Ck il,tereete *
C. W. Robinson arrived from :
St. Paul on Saturday with twe
loa b of cattle '
I, G ? Wiba « x the public f.vtl
by having the best celebration;^
•lings on Tuesday evening, wher^j
he expects to buy cattle.
. Zink, of Turtle Lake. N.
[ever the Fourth of July,
L. S. Patterson went to
D.. has accepted a position with
IW. H. Rucker at this place.
! C. B. Calvin, of the Calvin In
, .... _.
C ? • ? f M,1 1 S C , w
m town on business. Friday. .
Rev. Fr. Pauwelyn was here
from Glendive on Tuesday to held
service in the Catholic church.
Fred Hastey was in from the
R. G. Robinson, manager
the Robinson Bro's. ranch at
Preston was in town on Friday.
Fred Hastey was in from
ranch at Preston on Monday
ranen at rreston on Monday ana
made the Pioneer a profitable
M. H. Burke, of Sari Pedro,
Cal., is in town this week with a
view of buying land in this viei-1
U. R. Greene, of Eden Valley,
Minn., was here this week look
ing over the country with a view
of buying land.
Rev. English will hold service
in the Congregational church!
next Sunday. Holy Communion
in the morning.
Fred Zophi returned on Mon
day evening from a trip to Salt
Lake City, Denver, Butte, and
other western points.
Mrs. Runeke, of Dickinson, will
have a display of ladies' and Mis
ses' hats at the Pickering hotel
next Tuesday, May 21.
Mrs. E. D. Wood entertained
Mrs. Wynn. Mrs. J. Ingle, Mrs.
Dwight and Mrs. Zophi at lunch
eon Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Horton, Mr. Pet
erson and Miss Knautz enjoyed
a saddle ride to Proper's pasture,
about ten miles out, on Sunday.
Rev. E. N. English came down
from Glendive on Wennesday
evening to preach the Baccalam
eate sermon at the graduating
Patterson & Kinney made a
quick sale of their western cattle,
shipped in last week, having sold
the entire bunch of about 400 head
within to days after their arrival.
E. E. Jordan recently closed
land deal, whereby, S. B. Clary
and W. D. Hudson, both of Far
go. N. D„ became owners of
about 14,000 acres of 'the Stuart
anti Strouse land.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Smith
came in from the Edge Hill ranch
on Wednesday. Mrs Smith de
parted on Thursday morning for
her old hc-tne at Detroit Mich.,
where she will visit for some time
Senior Class Reception.
Or Friday evening a reception
was given by the trustees and
teachers of the Wibaux school, at
he home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Faultemeyer in honor of the first
graduating class. The rooms be
fit ig handsomely decorated for the
occasion, ir: the class colors, erim
son and white.
J ho guests assembled in. h.«iO, j
.arid the tore part of the evening j
v,a ' spent ir. play ing various;
games, such as trie string gamp
which furnished amusement for
and the guessing game. "A
Your Thoughts. ' foi
u 'Lich prises were awarded. The,
U' rs ' prize. being won by Martens* j
O Neal and the booby prize, by j
Burnie Payne. .
by no means the least factor;cHild
ir* making the reception an enjoy- j
ab;e one, was the dilicious sup-,
per served by Mrs. Kinney and j
Mrs. Faultemeyer. arc in thisj
T™' a11 took an activfe b arl 1
Lei<*re leaving the table, some|c»ne
|appropriate toasts, were deli\ert|d |
bv the teachers. Professor Baird !
acting as toastmaster: after a few
brier remarKsto the
y . uests _ forrnal]y introduced
rpj ' 'Raw 1
which she advanced the idea, that |
her department was the onlv one' |
Mi* Bovee. in disown* the
the following toasts:
Recruit." by Misti Barnes, in
-ir, tv,. Moi-mr- !
|- ,e( t- In tht Making. .-.howee, •
clearlv that, in her department,
the baking of the loaves and the \
,basting go Imnu in hand: ''The !
*"IBnteW Product. " war eloquent-'- i
| lv aiscussed bv Miss Scott. In
I her remarks, she stated some of
| the characteristics of the finished
roduct, using the graduates to.
j illustrate and enforce her argu
After the toasts, Mr. Kinney.
I in a brief and well worded speech
| speaking in behalf of all presei.c."
thanked Mr. and Mrs. Fauiie-!
i meyer for the use. of their house j
i and for the hospitality shown by
After listening to a well pre
pared story from Mr, Stambaugfe,
Mr. Williamson made a motion
for adjournment when all repair
ed themselves to their respective
Making it Attractive.
j years ago when the Queen
style of architecture
not ' s ; suck a J' lac( ' an
^ye-sore: it is also a breeding
Pl'*" »•* verm." and dlseas f
M bilCk yard no,, n,n b e made
; as ornamental as the front but
there is no good reason why it
de of architecture was
all the rage, some observing crib-1
ic. noticing the contrast between
the solvenly built backs and the
well built and tastefully adorned
routs, said that they had Queen
Anne fronts and Mary Jane backs.
It was an apt simile, and it is one
which today will apply with equal
pertinence to the appearance of
many a man's premises. The
well kept and attractive front
lawns and flower beds, as wen as
the house, have a decided "Queen
Anne" look about them, while
the back yard, strewn with tin
cans, old shoes and other refuse,
and given over to weeds, has an
unmistakable "Mary -lane" ap
should not be kept clean and ord
erly. in this day of better es
thetic taste and refinement it is
well to see it displayed in the
home and its surroundings.
A nice warm rain fell on Sat
j urday night and another one on
j Wednesday, and the farmer- are
j now v\ ,-aring the smile that won't
j come off.
| Messrs. Schmitt and Dodson
j were in from the government
j survey, fony miles north of here,
j for supplies this week and state
'that the work is progressing rjip
Circle r *
It is not the woman whoisfor
ever chasing everyone ir. the
fiOUse w irh a broom or duster who
make.-, the most impression as to
the. desirableness of neatness and
order. While she is making a
martyr of herself in her frantic
attempts to always keep the hearth
itidv and the wood word noiished
ar .,.| fhe carpets free from spot or
S p ei .j < _ ghe is often driving away j
the better elements-of the home— i
p ( .. ace an ,j tove and harmony A .
cannot enjoy his playthings;
w phout. a place inwnicl to play. |
^ n:tar. fee^ fret in- his own i
housfc if ' he muPl be alwavs ry-!
memberinjf that nol muc h as !
a magazine or book shall be left |
moment out of place when
l1()t being reac
Courtesy, like charity
graduateshome. Of euurse one
ldoef not t-xpect to find the same
degree of ceremony practiced
there as the formalities of mere
acquaintanceship exact, hut then
eerta ' n N ^ould not ie les.-, ie
" r ' d " a, "
who are nearer and dearer to us.
. t t } The man whu
Chan to outsiders, 1 he man v ho,
gentleman m hiy home and,
* r:,on 8 Uiose who comprise
im ™ d ' att *
ed to d
ii oe trust
nothing unbecoming to a !
when bey (.aid the pre- j
ls courtesy itself when
cincts of home;- but the man who
u "* llKr
a ] n j i ^ consequently
ftentimes the veriest t>oor with-,
in the confines of his own dwell-;
ing place. Such a man may pride
himself on being a gentleman:
but he is deficient in the elemen-;
tary instincts of the true type,
akin to a coimterfit that has ob
tained more or less circulation
among the uninitiated, but is;
nevertheless a spurious coin, the
worthlessness of which will be
discovered sooner or later.
the sake of being supported, we
In this enlightened twentieth
century when farmers' wives
have to be nurse, cook,
jinaid. seamstress and scrub p n
erallv, during the work of six for!2
should urge mothers to train their,
boys carefully to be tidy and con
siderate of the burdens they heap
upon women, rather t'nar asking
that they may i-t permitted loos
er reins in the 1 ourehold.
boys are to be the men and home
makers and tht habits of early
years will dim to them through
life. There art
hou sekeepers s taggeri ng
load? of work that careless men
occasion than there are men driv
en to the dramshop Ip too much
nicety. Let the boys be required
to shut the doors, to brush their
clothing to hang up their hats
and coats, to put their shoes a rid
rubbers in their proper places,
empty and rinse their wash basins
and bath tubs when done using
them, to hang loweis and wash
nstead <>* throw
rags on the rack
ing them on the bedj or on the
floor, and clean their bouts, sweep
up the lifter thev make in whit-.#
tling, nutcracking, aiio all the
ventions ir which the.' are sii fer
tile for disarranging rooms.
GOOD HUMOR A PRICELESS BOON,
There is but little doubt that
good humor D a priceless boon,
it is the oi! that > moot ns many a
rough place in life which other-!
wise would be ver> nard sledding.
A man who can snare at mi-for
tune and the rni.-D'kes h* ha
made in life, and ha me courage
to cor)(;ct t h«- Hi unc work manful
ly to n.ake amend, has that ir;
him vv hich reserves - access in I he
< lonclU' lf i ou r oui't h pagt'
First National Bank
Of WIBAUX, MONTANA
BUY YOUR MONEY ORDERS FROM US
HALF THE PRICE OF A POST OFFICE
Orders wp to SI0; 5 cent;
%*p to $45: 10 ceuts
up to $73; 15 cents
up to 5)100*, 20 cent*
rOET OFFICE KATE:
For Orders up to $10: 8 eenrfj!
up to $45. 18 aenta
up lo $75: 25 cents
up to 3100: 30 cent*
A CONSERVATIVE. BUT PROGRESSIVE BANK
COME IN AND DO BUSINESS WITH U.S
MRS. R. PICKERING. Proprietor
Rates $2.00 ]>er day. Steam heated brick building
newly built and furnished. Special attention giver
to the travelling public.
First Class Bar in Connection,
Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
S. K. STAMBAllGH. Proprietor
City Dray Line
mrc «< • « v *
and Doors. All kinds of building paper aryd
• Midland Coal and Lumber Co*
Hides and Pelts. Brick, Lime, Cement and
Patent Plaster. Lumber, Lath, Shingles. Sash
• GEO. W. JAMES; Local Agent, Phone 18.
roofing. Bear Creek Lump and Egg Coal And
Pennsylvania. Anthracite Coal
DON'T READ THIS!
Unless you arc interested in making money.
If you are, list your land 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, >T.5p to s2. 'd urn; day.
\ MEKB'CS PlAN.
Steam Heated, Modern Throughout
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