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Celebrate Bhe Fourth of July at Wibaux
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VOLUME 1
WIBAUX, DAWSON COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY MAY '23, 1907
NUMBER 19
C. C. Benedict, ,
Ph y,s(i c i a n and Surgeon
Office over First Nat'l Bank.
Residence: Pickering Hotel.
Dr. Dwight,
Dentist
Permanently located
Over First National Bank
WIBAUX,
MONTANA
Dr. Arthur A. Baker,
D entist
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.
S. M. BUNNELL
Livery Feed and Sale Stable.
DRAY IN CONNECTION
'Phone 12.
Wibaux, Mont.
CHAS. H. DAHL,
General Blacksmithing.
Horsesheeing 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.
Wibaux, - - Montana.
: HOMESTEADS!!
• (160 Acres Free.)
J You will have to hurry if
J -you want to get a homestead
2 near town. Only a few left.
ACRES !!
. (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 for
Hides, Pelts and Furs.
Wibaux,
Httontana
F. J. STIPEK
Manufacturer and Dealer in
Harness and Saddlery, Brid
les, Collars, Whips, Fur
Robes, Etc. Mein's Furn
ishings, Boots and Shoes.
I pay highest cash prices
for hides, pelts and furs.
Wibaux, - - Montana.
Locals.
J. W. C-alwell was in town on
business today.
P. A. Fischer called on friends
at Sentinel Butte, Sunday.
FOUND—The best place to
celebrate the Fourth—WIBAUX.
W. A. Orgain had occasion to
make a trip to Glendive on Tues
day.
J. C. Kinney returned from
the Twin Cities on Monday even
ing.
Don't fail to attend the dance
in the hall Friday night, May
24th.
Come to Wibaux on the Fourth
of July and hear the Eagle
scream.
J. M. Armstrong came in
from the ranch at Boxelder,
Thursday.
Read the ads. of the Dickinson
and Miles City Horse Sales Com
panies in this issue.
A. E. Akin came down from
Glendive on Wednesday to deliv
er a horse to Mr. Wills.
Mr. and Mrs. A1 Davis are the
proud parents of a baby girl,
born May 5, at Miles City.
Miss Cora Bovee returned to
her home on Saturday after clos
ing a very successful year in the
school.
Messrs. Baird and Williamson
and the Misses Scott and Barnes
enjoyed a drive in the bad lands
Saturday.
The Ladies Aid Society gave a
well attended and profitable ba
zaar in the I. 0. 0. F. hall this
afternoon.
G. C. Hayward was in from
the ranch Monday for supplies
and reports that they are about
through lambing.
The Misses Barnes and Scott
left for their homes in Pennsyl
vania on Monday evening to
spend their vacation.
L. F. Crawford, cashier of the
Interstate Bank of Billings Coun
ty, at Sentinel Butte, was here
on business, Thursday.
Quite a number of shearers are
gathering in town preparatory to
opening the season next week on
Mr. Terrel's town hand.
As a result of the Wibaux vs.
Beach ball game, on the
Beach diamond last Sunday,
Wibaux was defeated by a score
of about 6 to 1.
R. G. Robinson came in from
the ranch on Thursday and went
to Fargo, where he will act as a
witness in some sort of a damage
case against the N. P.
Lyle Osmun, of the Independ
ent, at Miles City, is spending a
few days in town this week.
The Pioneer acknowledges a
pleasant fraternal call.
'We are in receipt of the school
report from Professor Baird but
as our space is limited we cannot
publish it this week, however it
will appear in our next issue.
J. C. Kinney recently sold a
section of land, three miles east
of town, to M. H. Burke, of San
Pedro, Cal., for a consideration
of $17.00 per acre. The deal
was brought about through E.
H. Orr.
1 On Monday C. M. Allen begun
remodeling the building recently
purchased for a drug store. He
will soon be comfortably estab
lished with a complete stock and
ready to minister to your wants
in his line.
M. H. Burke, who recently
purchased a section of the Kin
ney land, has made arrange
ments to have 200 acres broke
with a steam plow and sown to
flax. Mr. Burke departed for
his home at S&n Pedro, Cal., on
Wednesday.
Graduating Exercises.
The graduating exercises of the
Wibaux High School were held in
the hall last Friday evening and
proved very interesting, pleasant
and instructive.
The class was composed of but
two this year, Miss Alice Martena
M. M. O'Neal, Salutatorian, and
Miss Grace Seibert Rice, Vale
dictorian. In her salutatory ad
dress Miss O'Neal chose the sub^
ject, "The Shadow of Ourselves"
and in her valedictoi'y address,
Miss Rice chose the Subject,
"The Chambered Nautilus."
The additional program which
consisted of addresses, songs, rec
tations, instrumental music, etc.,
was flawless and all who partici
pated deserve great credit, espec
ially Prof. Baird who was, of
course, at the head of the affair.
The address of Attorney F. P.
Leiper, of Glendive, is deserving
of especial mention as the gentle
man was formerly principal of
the schools here and could see
and depict the many and rapid
changes in the way of advance
ment that have taken place.
Rex Chappell's history of the
Wibaux high school was also very
interesting—in fact the whole
program was one such as we sel
dom have the pleasure of enjoy
ing.
Big Celebration Planned.
The enterprising business men
of Wibaux have 'decided to give
the public an opportunity to at
tend the biggest and best Fourth
of July celebration this year that
was ever held in east ern Mon
tana or western North Dakota
An elaborate program has been
arranged consisting of public
speeches, races, roping contests,
ball game, two dances, broncho
riding, etc., and liberal prizes
will be awarded. The home band
will furnish music all day. There
will also be a grand display of
fire-works. Watch for the large
posters. The program of the day
will appear in the Pioneer at
an early date.
Real Estate Office Completed.
The new offices of the Babler
Land Conpany, first door south
of the First Nationat Bank, are
now completed and the company
will begin doing business right.
They have, previously, been get
tion along as best they could.
The offices, which were form
erly occupied by the post office,
are tastefully arranged and dec
orated with the finest display of
grains and grasses ever shown in
pastern Montana, and present a
very neat appearance.
We herewith reproduce a half
tone likeness of Mr. 3abler, the
president of the company.
Last Thursday evening Mrs.
Wynn entertained a few friends,
complimentary to Mrs. Ingle who
left on Friday to join her hus
band on the government ditch.
On Monday word came from
Darby, Mont., that Forest Gert
enson was ill with spinal menin
gitis and requested the presence
of his parents. It is hoped that
he will make a speedy recovery.
Crude
Thoughts
As They
Fall
From the
Editorial
Per.:
Pleasant
Evening
Reveries.
HOME
CIRCLE
DE
PART
MENT
A Column
Dedicated
To Tired
Mothers
As They
JoiiHhe
Home
Circle at
Evening
Tide.
When you talk to a man or a
child about his faults, don't stand
over him with a club.
A foolish woman can make a
lover a husband, but it takes
a oright woman to keep a hus
ban a lover.
Home without a woman's care
and a woman's love is like no home
at all—only the empty nest in a
winter's gale from which the
birds have flown.
It is a mistake to suppose that
children will acquire good man
ners when they are as people
phrase it, "old enough" to under
stand their propriety, if the ob
servances of good breeding are
ignored or neglected in the first
four or five years. Mothers some
times forget that the active and
receptive stage of child-life in the
nursery is never surpassed at a
later period. The little one is
taking impressions every moment
acquiring gentle habits or the op
posite, picking up words and sen
tances, surprising his elders by
the facility with which he learns
what they would gather he should
not know. In the baby's home
the foundation is laid j. for the
good or bad manners of the ma
ture man.
Death of Mrs. D. A. Hall.
The remains of Mrs. D. A. Hall
were laid to rest in the Wibaux
cemetery on Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Hall gave birth to a baby
girl on Thursday night, and Fri
day afternoon begun to have
uremic convulsions which passed
into unconciousness from which
she never awakened, passing
away about 4 p. m. Saturday.
Mrs. Hall, formerly Miss May
Poorman, was born in the state
of Missouri twenty-five years ago,
and was manned to D. A. Hall
March 10, 1901. ^S.he leaves, be
sides a mother, three brothers
and two sisters, a husband and
two daughters to mourn her un
timely demise.
In the very prime of life when
it is full of hope and promise, the
wife and mother is called to lay
down the burdens and cares of
this world and go to .the plach
prepare d by other hands. There
are many things we do not under
stand, but "His ways are notour
ways." The bereaved family
have the sympathy of the entire
community.
What might have been a ser
ious if not fatal quarrel occured
last Friday evening at the Davis
ranch south of town. It appears
that Felix Carson charged Hugo
Fahlstrom with making false re
ports to the foreman in regard to
the former and which roused his
anger to the extent that he at
tacked Mr. Fahlstrom with a
knife in Mr. Davis' office. Mr.
Davis succeeded in seperating
them but not until after Carson
had succeeded in inflicting a
slight wound in his victim's side.
He then appeared with a Win
chester which was promptly tak
en away from him. Some diffi
culty was experienced in secur
ing a doctor as Dr. Benedict was
out in the country all that night
hut on his return in the morning
he in company with officer Wynn,
drove out to see the victim of the
attack and bring in his assailant.
Mr. Carson was taken to Miles
City by Sheriff Savage Saturday
j evening. Mr. Fahlstrom, at last
report, was doing as well as could
| be expected, and will soon be
I about.
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First 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 tu $10; 8 cents
up to $45; 18 aents
up to $75; 25 cents
up to $100; 30 cents
A CONSERVATIVE, BUT PROGRESSIVE BANK
COME IN AND DO BUSINESS WITH US
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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,
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Livery, Feed and Sale Stable
S. H. STAMBAUGH, Proprietor
GOOD RIGS PRICES REASONABLE
City Dray Line
Phone 21 Wibaux, Montana
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I Midland Coal and Lumber Co. |
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• DEALERS in
• Hides and Pelts, Brick, Lime, Cement and
• Patent Plaster. Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Sash
9 and Doors. All kinds of building paper and
• roofing. Bear Creek Lump and Egg Coal nnd
2 Pennsylvania. Anthracite Coal. 3
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2 GEO* W. JAMES; Local Agent, Phone 18, Wibaux, Montana •
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RANCHERS AND RANCH OWNERS. 2
2 When you come to Wibaux be sure and see us, and have
2 your land branded "BABLER", then you will be able to
9 sell your land or your live stock. We make a specialty of
2 large and small tracts of land and broker in live stock.
COME IN, BE SOCIABLE.
BABLER LAND CO.
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The Graham Hotel
Headquarters For Traveling Public.
Rates, $1.50 to $2.50 per day. American Plan.
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