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The Wibaux pioneer. (Wibaux, Mont.) 1907-1919, January 13, 1910, Image 12

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•Judge Bushell returned to the
city on Sunday evening from a
week's business visit to Sioux Falls,
S. D., where he has real estate and
residence property.
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Bernard Parker, of Spokane, it |
visiting his cousins, Clement and
the Misses Mamie and Margeret,
wldle en route home from Belmont,
Iowa, where he has been visiting
relatives at liis old home.
Hal Corkery, a rancher residing
on the Little Missouri north of
Medora, was a visitor here the first i
of the week, to consult the doctor |
regaiding a bad case of erysipelas, j
which is affecting his eye.
Att'y E. F. Fisher returned to
the city on last Sunday evening
from Chicago, to which city he had
accompanied his wife, who expect
ed to undergo an operation for the
resetting of her ankle. It will be
remembered that some time last
August Mrs. Fisher met with an
accident in which her ankle was
broken, and as a result of improper
setting at the time of the accident,
by a Beach surgeon, an operation
became necessary, and was per
formed at the Mercy hospital in
Chicago by Dr. Murphy. Mr.
Fisher informs us that the fractur
ed ankle was found to be in a seri
ous condition, and that a second
operation may be necessary.
The opening of the new hall at
Wibaux will be Jauuary 18. The
world great Amadon Orchestra of
eight people in all will furnish the
music. They play a concert fol
lowed by a dance. This orchestra
is the greatest in the great North
west, playing one of the best con
certs of up-to-date music ever in
the West. All good.
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Do you take the P io n e e r ? Tf
not, try it. It will do you good.
H. Sundvold was a caller here
on Friday from ids farm near
j Spring creek.
| jyjj ss Margaret Parker, who re
cen ^]y accepted a position as teach
- n \y g ar district, com
menced school there the first of the
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Chas. Working, the jeweler, de
parted on last Saturday evening j
for an extended visit with his par
ents at his former home in Sauk i
Centre, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Schuett
departed on Wednesday morning j
for Hankinson, N. D., where they
will spend several weeks, visiting
the former's parents.
President Martin, of the Inter-!
6tate Bank at Sentinel Butte, and
President Robinson of the Stock
; men's State Bank at Medora, were
jin the city on Tuesday evening to
attend the stockholders' meeting of
the First National Bank of Wibaux,
of which they are directors.
Coming —The world's great Am
adon and his famous orchestra,
playing a concert and dance, Jan.
18. This Orchestra is from Chi
cogo and playing all the towns
along the N. P. line, including
Glendive and Dickinson. You
should attend this grand affair.
Dr. and Mrs. O. R. Niece were
passengers to Sentinei Butte on
last Saturday evening, where they
attended the home talent p'ay—
''East Lynne," and in comment
ing on the play paid many compli
ments to the local troupe, which,
by the way, expect to put on the
same ''ay '•ere in th n rear future
BUSINESS GETTERS.
Fob Sale —New Home Sewing
Machine, nearly new; price $30;
easy payments. Also two mat
resses; dishes and cooking utensils.
Geo, Heald.
Read Croft & Sutherland's livery
ad which appears in this issue.
Best grade of lignite coal will be
delivered on short notice. Leave |
your orders at The Pioneer office.
For that awful cough—W. II.
Barker's cough remedy will cure
you, C. M. Allen.
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.
Croft & Sutherland recently ad
ded several new cutters and light
sleighs to their livery equipment.
Fob Sale —Band tf 1,500 two
and tliree-year-old ewes, on course
order, along with well equipped
ranch on Cedar creek; 80 acres
deeded land, unlimited free range.
E. T. Wells, Cedar, Mont.
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
Call on Ripley at the Bank of
Yates f jr youP farm loans.
Read the ads in this issue care
fully. They will save you money.
For farm loans—call at the office
of Fisher & Fisher, Attorneys,
General banking business trans
acted on safe and conservative
lines at the Bank of \ates.
i-to-date and subscribe for j
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I5f)e Wibaux Provision Co.
--— DEALERS IN--
Fresh and Salted Meats of All Kinds
Fresk Oysters, Fish and Game in Season
Fresh Fruits and Farm Products
Also Hides, Pelts and Furs
WIBAUX,
MONTANA.
City 24very and Bray 24ne
Croft & Sutherland, (proprietors.
Second Bve. So., VUfbaux ffllontana
GENTLE HORSES. FIRST CLASS RIGS.
CAREFUL DRIVERS ALWAYS READY
Dray Line in Connection
Ipbone Slumber 16
Give us a (Trial.
TAKE THE WORLD INTO
YOUR CONFIDENCE
If you have nothing to con
ceal. We have nothing to
conceal about our material
or our methods of doing
business. We are proud of
them both. Our hobbies are
QUALITY AND FAIR
TREATMENT.
GEO. HEATON
L U M B E R.
ADVERTISEMENTS IN "THE PIONEER"
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BRING RESULTS

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