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T. S. LOVELL, Wibaux, Montana.
local Items of Special Interest
Call on Ripley at the Bank of
Yates for your farm loans.
For farm loans—call at the office
of Fisher & Fisher, Attorneys,
Ike Bispham was a business
caller from Beach on Monday, last.
L. E. Waldo and family spent
Thanksgiving with relatives at
Rassie Deffebach was up from
Dickinson on business a few days
this week.
Messrs. Tom and Chas. Connor,
were in from the Carlyle country h
few days the first of the week.
S. d. Wills and Burl Woodburn
were passengers to Glendive on
business last Thursday and Friday.
Wm. Straby was a business
caller from the ranch, south of
town, the latter part of last week.
Miss Mary Osborne, of Glendive,
was the guest of Mr and Mrs. E.
Fisher in the city several days this
T. F. Brophy departed the first
of the week for Superior, Wiscon
sin, where he expects to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lucas and
little son, Bill, were guests of
friends in town cn Wednesday,
from Sentinel Butte.
Editor Kane of the Pioneer, in
company with Messrs. Wakefield
and Perkins, enjoyed a sumptuous
Thanksgiving spread at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Terrell on
Thanksgiving day.
The farmer is the man who moves
the world, we might say. If he
would go out on a strike and refuse
to raise a crop for a single year, it
would undoubtedly produce a more
disastrous effect than would result
form a universal strike of all the
labor organizations combined In
fact he could paralyze the world;
yet there are many people who do
not seem to know how much more
our prosperity depends on the
farmer than it does on the dude
with the cane and waxed mustache.
C. W. Page, formerly of Twin
Bridges, Montana, is home tor a
few days from Wibaux, near where
he and his sons have taken home
steads. Mr. Page is very enthusi
astic about the country around
Wibaux, and says that it is certain
to develop into a great farming
country, the possibilities tor dry
land farming being unlimited. The
country for many miles north of
Wibaux is fast filling up with a
good class of people who are ener
getic and thrifty and will make
permanent homes. Mr. Page states
that the Milwaukee railroad is ne
gotiating for a right-of-way from a
point south of Wibaux for a branch
northward to the Missouri river.—
Glendive Independent.
We Handle Everything in Hardware from a Threshing Machine to a Needle
A Complete Line of Fresh Groceries, and Furniture-*at prices that are Right.
For real estate loans, see Fisher
& Fisher, Attorneys, Wibaux.
Messrs, and Mesdames Sliotwell,
\\ orden and McConnell, who re
side near the Edge Hill ranch, were
guests, on Thanksgiving day, at
the Willis home.
County Physician Cousler was a
brief business caller in the city to
Messrs. Pickett and Woods were
up from Beach on business one day
this week.
M. D. Rife drove in from the
ranch, near Cedar, in his automo
bile on business today.
General banking business trans
acted on safe and conservative
lines at the Bank of Yates.
There is only one way to adver
tise, and that is to hammer your
name, your location and your busi
ness so persistently, so thoroughly
into people's heads that if they
walk in their sleep they will con
stantly turn their steps toward your
store. The newspaper is your friend
in spite of criticism. It helps build
up the community that supports
you. When the day comes that
the newspapers are dead, the people
are on the edge of the grave with
nobody to write the epitaph.
Cashier Ripley, of the Bank of
Yates, was a visitor in the city on
Thanksgiving day.
T. B. Proper returned to Wibaux
i No. 7, tonight, from a two
weeks' visit with friends and rela
tives at his former home in Penn
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hutchins
ami daughter, Carolyn, and Silas
Rogers were guests for dinner with
relatives in Sentinel Butte Thanks
giving day.
Miss Frances Udermann, the
nurse, has removed to town from
her ciaim, and has taken up her
residence at the Wynn home.
Messrs. W. H. Baird, Theo.
Goodroad, Geo. Scammon and J.
L. Nelson are among the new sub
scribers on the Pioneer's list dur
ing the past week. Aimost an
average of one new reader each day
has been added to our list for the
past two months, and with the
present facilities for turning out
the "sheet," we are not quite so
slow about taking the money.
We understand that some of the
people of Wibaux took umbrage at
the Chronical's squib concerning
their prize cups. Certainly no
offense was intended, the "tin
cup" term being in general use
as distinguishing between cash
and cup prizes, and we used it as
such. Had Beach captured those
cups we would feel just as proud as
the people of Wibaux, doubtless,
and have been just as quick to re
sent a joking paragraph.—Golden
Valley Chronicle.
Be up-to-date and subscribe for
the Pioneer. If it does anything
for you, it will do you good.
Wanted —To buy a relinquish
ment near Wibaux, improved or
uninmproved. Address, R-651,
care of Pioneer.
Croft & Sutherland are now run
ning a first class livery and are
rendering the best of service to all.
Give them a trial and you will be
come their regular customer.
If you want up-to-date adver
tising or job work give the
Pioneer a trial. In this line we
are "there and over."
Remember, you can have an ad
vertisement—Boosting Wibaux
printed on your envelopes at this
office, and same will be paid for by
the Wibaux Chamber of Com
Section of land four miles from
Yates, for sale, at a corking good
bargain. See Ripley at the Bank
of Yates.
Do you take the P i o n e e r? If
not, try it. It will do you good.
I have several thousand dollars
of private money to loan on im
proved farms, also on commuted
and final Proofs.
H. K. Schuster,
49-tf Wibaux, Montana.
See Hanson & Son for wallpa
per, paper hanging and decorating.
Office at Pickering Hotel.
I have employed a first-class
shoemaker and repair work in this
line will receive prompt attention.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices
right. F. J. Stipek. 43-tf
Notice —is hereby given that
any and all bills owed by the old
firm of North & Smith shall be
paid by W. H. North, and all bills
owed said firm should be paid to
the latter mentioned party.
Read Croft & Sutherland's livery
ad which appears in this issue.
Exchange— 20,000 worth of
city property to exchange for
horses, cattle or sheep. See J.
M. Kanouse, Yates, Montana.
Lost—An automobile mud chain,
near Spring creek on the Preston
stage road. Finder please return
to the Heaton lumber yard and re
ceive a liberal reward.
$20.00 REWARD
I will pay twenty dollars reward
for sufficient evidence to convict
the party, or person, who, on or
about October 21. stole and pulled
up several posts from the main line
of fence on the north side of the
old homestead of the late Catherine
Brophy. Posts were burned for
firewood by parties camped on sec
tion 31, township 14, range 60-E.
—But, who was the individual?
Give me his name and I may double
the reward if he is old enough to
know better.
14-Sit Jno. B. Brophy.
Our line of
Red Oak
Alaska Oak
and Royal
Lignite burner heating stoves
have been thoroughly tested,
and are known to be better
adopted for our native coal
than any other.
We can give you a
13- inch for $ 7.50
14- inch for 11.00
18-inch for 16.00
We handle the celebrated
Searchlight and
Royal Ranges
$26.00 to $52.00
Look them over. We can
save you money. —
Wibaux, Montana
City livery and Dray line
Croft & Sutherland, (proprietors.
Second Rve. So., HUfbaux IMontana
Dray Lin e in Connection
phone 'Clumber 16
Olve us a (Trial.
Rates: $2.00 Per Day
Steam heated brick building
Newly furnished
Buffet in Connection
First Class Service
Courteous Treatment
New and Remodeled
Clean Comfortable Beds
S. J. WILLS, Proprieto

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