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Bhe Wibaux Pioneer
SHEAR KANE. Publishers Published every Thursday at Wibaux, Montana. Entered the pcstoffiee at \Y - baux, Montana, as second class mail matter. ADVERTISING RATES: Display, per inch per week S .20 Locals, per line per week . 10 SUBSCRIPTION rates: One year Six months Three months $1.50 1.00 .501 „ . . . . _.. Boy s Opinion of Eafiors. A little boy in town was given the stunt by his father to write an essay on Editors, and here is the result: "I don't know how newspapers come to be in the world. 1 don't think God does for he hain't got nothin' to say about them and editors in the Bible. I think the editor is one of the missing links you read of, and stayed in the bushes until after the flood; and then came out and wrote the thing up, and has been here ever since. I don't think he ever died. I never saw a dead one and never heard of one getting licked. Our paper is a mighty good - e; but the editor goes without under clothes all winter and don't wear any sox and paw ain't paid his subscription since the , aper started. I ast paw if that was why the editor had to suck the juse out of snowballs in winter and go to bed when he had a shirt, washed in summer. And then paw took me out in the wood shed j and licked me awful hard, If the editor makes a mistake folks euy he ousrhr to be hung, but if a doctor makes a mistake, he lmr.es it and people doesn't say n-thing because doctors can read and. write Latin. When the editor makes mistakes there is lawsuits and swearing and a big fuss, but if a doctor makes one there is a funeral, cut flowers and perfect! silence. A. doctor can use a word a yard long without him or any-1 body knowing what it means, but if the editor uses one he has to spell it. If the doctor goes to see another man's wife he charges for the visit; but if the editor goes he gets a charge of buck shot. When the doctor gets drunk its a case of being over come by the heat and if he dies it's from heart trouble: when an editor gets drunk it's a case of too much boose and jR he dies it's the jim-jams. Any old college can make a doctor; a editor lias to be born. —Ex. For Sale. — Two milch cows. Price $35.00 each. J. M. CALVIN, Wibaux, Mont. Any one wishing to have watch or jewelry repairing of any kind done may leave same at my store as I have made arrangements with J. H. Miskimen. the well known Glendive jeweler, to take orders, which will receive prompt attention. All work guaranteed. C. M. Allen, Wibaux, Mont. 'V' warns .sjketi BEE MEAN P U R B E E ii 1 it il : Ip m ir& i'-j \.i\ lie * V m SY Ifie 111 r T *C T ^S£3ETT. fi . fi - ' ' - - i HELL HAMM BREWING CO. ^W.TVr' 'CKE'$ iV-BAV?-- MON'./NA. Kmr.SBKffiSRs: vj: 8chc.fi a. port of Sixth Month. Room i. First grade. B class. Marie Bunnell, Rank 1 Philiph Moore. • ' o A class. I .eonard Mosser, Rank 1 Grade Bray, * * n Second grade. Marie Pollard, Rank 1 Katie McDonald, " 2 Third Grade. Fred dames. Rank 1 Harold Bray, ' ' 2 Neither absent nor tardy. i ! | j ! | Frank Sait ■: Willie Lynch Harold Bray Grade Bray Sammuel Bunnell j Marie Pollard j Leonard Mosser j Signe Carlson j Rank 1 MISS BARNES, Teacher Room 2. Fourth grade. Marv Yaeger, Mai ,V r , ol Bushman. f'ifih grade, Agnes Simmons, Inez Lynch, Sixth grade. Kimble Randall Russel Graham Russel Lovell Pheobe Salta Pheobe Stipek Glen Saltz Glenn Terrell 2! • ~ j ^ , Rank 1 1 Iona Bushman, Emily Steves, " 2 Neither absent nor tardy. Alice Gertenson - Lucy Tarbell Kellog Orgain Arthur Carlson Iona Bushman Emily Steves Alary Yaeger Margaret Bushman AM EDA BAIRD. Teacher. | i i Room 3. Seventh grade. ! Violet Terrell, Rank 1 Adell Gertenson, " 2 Eighth grade. Lavina Dupont, Rank 1 Eva Wills, Neither absent nor tardy Mary Roy Clara Olson Violet Terrell 1 OLIVE B. SCOTT, Teacher. High School. Ninth grade. Paul VanLuchne, Rank 1! Joe Dupont. " 2j Tenth grade. Nora Rush, ' Rank 1■ Flora Colton; Neither absent nor tardy. Flora Colton Nora Rush! Bland Orgain Chas. O'Neal F. P. BAIRD, Prin. Smoke the Red Seal cigar! Macironi feed. .54. Barley .66 C/a Gram Market. Following are the market prices which prevail at the Wibaux ele vator until further notice: No. 1 Northern wheat, $ .95 No. 2 .92 No. 1 Macaroni wheat, .78 No. 2 .76 No. 1 Flax, $1.02. Oats, .40 Rank lj 2 r one IB oier prise 1 A Tit me "■■j ompany \ Only up-to-date Furniture < Store in Eastern Montana. i Finest ■China Closets, and j Buffets; Dressers, Chiffon- 1 iers, and everything for the j home. Standard Rotary Sewing 3 Machines, to ''two in one," 3 Lock and Chain Stitch. Glendive, Montana.. Additional Locals. Subscribe new $1.50 per year. M. D. Rife was in from Cedar on business Monday. For quick results, advertise in the P i o n e e r. Broke horses for sale. Inquire of Eugene Douthit. Read the Jordan-Pickering' ad. on the inside sheet. Noil Stuart was a brief visitor from Glendive on Saturday. Dan Sutherland is a business visitor from the ranch today. Burnie A. Payne was a visitor in Dickenson on Sunday and Monday. Hie ladies of tile Aid society met with Mrs. E. E. Jordan this afternoon. Commissioner Mullendore, is on official duty at the county seat this week. Is your subscription more than one 7 ear hi arrears' Look the mutter up. Mrs. A. M. O'Neal returned last week after spending a few weeks at Billings. Frank Riley is spending a few days in town, this week, from his ranch at Cedar. Mrs. M. A. Rademaker, of St. Paul, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. O'Neal, at this place, Mrs. Wm. Parke had her name placed on our rapidly growing subscription list this week, James Sutherland came in from Ws ranch southwest of - town to day and went to Miles City on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lvnk and Mr. land Mrs. E. Douthit were Wibaux - , , Bram returned trom A doll a i* saved is a dollar earned. 1| you " ish t0 earn a **»- >' ead ' ie ads. in this issue carefullv. visitors from their farms, south 1 of town, today. N. Bram Dickinson on Wednesday and is now comfortably located over the First National Bank. The Mercantile Co. have just received a large consignment of . _ men s Press shirts, comprising all; the newest patterns and fabrics. See them before you buy. You can have contests handled for your eastern friends without the cost or trouble of their com ing here until the land is ready to file on, by seeing Fisher about Kams il'or aaie. 800 head of half-blood Cots vold yearlings, 100 head of half blood Cotswold twc-year-olds and 300 head of heavy shearing large frame, fine wools. Lindsay & Carson. Office over post-office, Giendive, Mont. Strayed. Three mares; two bays and one gray; weight about 950 pounds eac! land - , ■ , ,, . 101 ;nl °rmaEon leading to their recovery. W. H. Melvin, Beach, N. D. Potosi 23731. Bay iiorse, 16 hands high, weight 125 . pounds. Sired by I'istackio, a full brother of Nut wood, the greatest sire of speed and endurance on earth. Potosi's dam, Peperc-mia, is i:v Alcantara; he is by Geer Wilkes Alcanta the greatest :fi;*e of 2:15 nd pacers living. So trot tori Potosi's ancestry runs in every direction to great and famous speed producing -brood mares. Id-s sire and grandsire are out of giC.'. uoeu -.i.ii'os and so is ins darn ;;ncl her sire and his grand am and her Are. Potosi's gets was never Inndicd until last sea son an 1 they have proved them selves sneedy, and -v.ee Irorses bv test. Potcsi will make the sea son of 1908 at Wibaux. 313. fer the season, cash when mare for tabulated breeding. An ly to Alex M. Keechle, Wibaux, Mont. We i nvito orders for fresh cut flowers, which we carry ■ in stock all the time E D ROSES, CARNATIONS, \SSOKTKU eei.OKS We find to be the most satisfactory, but aim to have on hand most every thing that is seasonable. Mali or telephone orders promptly filled. HOSKINS' STATIONERY CO. Bismarck, N. Dak. An Oppo inanity to Buy. cr Sell Gram When you are in the market to buy seed grain of any, or all kinds, remember we can always 'five you the most and of the best for your money. Big supply si Chicken feed at $L25 per Cwt. We aim to pay highest prices for all grain you have to sell. o /;3 Wibaux £ levator, A. E. JEFFERS, Manager. I. MacBrtde, the 1 dentist, will be at Wibaux again, March, 6.7 and 8 . 1 Those wanting; work done will do weii io see hi pi. All work is strictly first class. i relici de S. 1,0-. am bail,, ii. a a. i-nr.cHUR, i ..... ;oti! : :ou I'eroiCAT :r ,:-nt o f :lxtr,,:, .. j.„ :i . Mortfiiui, 8, l'j, ,-x. iv hervi .' civets t : *.r Th' mu. le. :, 1 < ■nu.mi. ! i m •- Lied I;i.'> intuittiui; t< in : vtniort ■ f his No. u; le Si (luavtur ;i }•;. ■ ■ > Main .tier efo! i!.( Mil'll Soldieio i'na.: D v i/.: ! ic;uie.->l(M< i M;i >! - h j'-'G.', for * he N•; o-herist f'c*li< n is, 'Yi i\vi! 'ii:. in i ! i i< '*i v. id .V it .-..d. . O '. 11 ;.. )>|| S . I..r NX it:.:-.. ... to 111 ,, ii ;u:u ci.ilix;it ioi. ■'1 ■UBLICATK N. .•fi ., Land Office l*i FIil< ' n- ThvMi re John* n Tice of his inteiitu »; ; . ><■ i in '•u . i of h ' * y No. .GUI. ;!*.:» n 0 « 11 preot c* v . r ,»i ! 1*. S. C -mmiu. .Y nt j • ;;r. r . u;i Nurch uth.. tbIS. # - tho villc '' ' v.-Rr.t to prove ) e>i« Vac - i • * 1 . ; no culiivatiiui of W. /•.. BV . tbiul Ik-nri, fri. i Hi. . I . • ! • ch. N, D. • A h in t reher, Kcjgi Ur. ! O CRv 1 >i'i i 11.8. N»>vi mini: i Admini: ti; . of Daw > •: . Ad mini DcctJ ' . hy deceaj W: ■qVx i by tI k* urwier i. cii. ad O.v' : • 5■ ■ 1 . Ml.;- de .*. * oi u: 'i all . -•»: havimr i • u. c .Dibit thi m. , ■ i he*.R within our mcuii. ' - ; i. O ■ I ids noth I ' » the • :ii«i Moniitra. in the County JOHN RROI HY, i] tale ol Catharine Hrophy, M. J. HASKELL. Attorne;. for Administrator. >ti; liaj'ol • '( Di uary. IfHiS. The W ibaux Mercantile Co. ''THE H 0 M E 0 1'' Ii O N E ST VALUES." til V;7;. » jJIvY II iceA'--? L ii / ■ m fiv. ,, . 1/A -vfi i i'.- 1 '... \ ft . V-yfi gyi V\ f /-l \ x \ - Wd || ' : t M J ANNOUNCEMENT We wish to announce our first showing of Spring, 1908, Skirts, these skua is are of the most recent creation from the celebrated Works; i n ou Worth. Your particular style is here. Prices begin at $5.50 for splendid servicable models, and mount by easy stages to $16.50 for the most exquisite creations and choicest fabrics. We are exclusive distributors in IV ibaux for the Worth Stylus, which have been appro priately termed "The Established Choice of Discriminating Dressers." Come and see the display. 1 . GutOBk*. «*:. CuOkJLMkS- uflW- a 1 • —————— • v & AA mjkjtk AJOfcJUBhAAA - iau« ./n l iw/urrr wc r »■ ju.u M cui ;• 1 V r* A v! if*! FULL LINE mmammz* A ^7* -Aa Spring Samples J\ist Arrived , ^ s EST ARRIVAL We beg to announce the arrival of the INTERNATIONAL i TAILORING* C j . new fine or ,haring and Summer Samples, i: Comprising about $00 or the most attraedee fabrics. None are so ■ up-to-date none are go comprehensive, I he styles, too, are the latest. Everything is new. i ho execution of your order will b$ perfect of course. ' he Ini ^rnaaonal system of Tailoring is without a peer in all the world. Call and congratulate us on the latest arrival. It's a bouncer. ~':,o VI w £\ I i<3 L v r M C N T A N A n\ ni |C. H. HALL, Preston, Mcn: Cattle 4ilw branded as shown i n cut. Horses branded PR hT u h 3 7 on left Range !iead „. . Ol»D:/V tX j aV * ., Cl\ v.ElwllC , 1 OlVviTClCCl & S shoulder, range Little cannon Ball Ii. D. DENNIS, Wibaux, Mont siiown in -vg cut. nor. ■ g same on left shoulder. Other brand, T W on the left ribs. GEORCE LEONHARD New Salem, No. Dak. Horses branded, as shown in cut.. Cattle same on right or left hip Range Beaver creek 20 miles south of Wibaux. , No. Dak. 12 PATTERSON & KINNEY V/iLAU X, MON TANA Range head o f Bo:.elder creek. Cattle branded on either aid.' as in cut, noi s same. Other brands I and i : r/) both on right side.