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LARGE STOCK CARRIED IN BOTH FARM AND MOUNTAIN STYLES Just Received a Nice Line of Heating Stoves Moline Disc Plows Also Barbed Wire Our Stock of Shelf and heavy Hardware and Groceries is Always Complete. T. S. LOVELL, Hardware, Implements, Furniture, Groceries, Wibaux, Montana Xocal Items of Special Interest Dr. Ashley was in Miles City Tuesday. ' Dan Sutherland has been at tiie Edge Hill Ranch this week. T. J. Varhely went to Glendive Monday on business. Whitt Terrell came home from the ranch Wednesday. Fanny Bell, of Glendive, visited over Sunday with her parents on the ranch. Mrs. Willis is visiting at Edge Hill this week. Empty whiskey barrels for sale at Pickering Bar, $2.00 per. T. 8. Lovell was in Glendive Tuesday on business. Prof. Proctor, of Glendive, was in town Wednesday organizing a music class. J. H. Kane, R. B. McLeran and Miss Ida Wainiaus autoed to Sen tinel Butte Sunday. Mrs. H. F. Stone, of Gascoyne, N. D., is here visiting with friends and relatives. Burle Chappell was down from Glendive this week for a few days visit with his parents. There will be a dance at the Edge Hill store Saturday October 22nd. j | | | Mrs. Mahon was in Glendive be tween trains Wednesday on busi ness, The Editor spent several days at Sentinel Butte assisting his brcther-in-law in the print shop of that thriving city. Prof. Baird and his corps of teachers have been in Glendive all this week attending the teacher's institute that was held there. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Plimpton, of Miles City, visited friends here over Monday. They say Wibaux is all the talk along the line. Mrs. H. K. Schuster and Mrs. G. H. Wood leave for Jamestown Saturday next where they will vis it with their children for a week. Old Bird Stork visited the home of Mr. Erwin Link Saturday ev ening last, and made their hearts glad by leaving an eleven pound daughter. Mr. K. O. Berven, of Hodges, informs us that he has opened n store at that thriving little burg, and that he is now able to take care of any and all customers. See hi& ad in another column of the Pio neer. W. M. Witt is now permanently located at Edge Hill, General work in the line of carpentering, plast ering, and stone work. Leave word at Post Office. Satisfaction guar enteed. S. J. \\ ills and E. Seeley were in Glendive a fewdays this week. We have a few thousand dollars ready to let out on farm security. The Jordan Realty & Loan Co. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Arinbright Wednesday October 19tli, a bounc ing baby boy. Bychowski, the tailor, makes all kinds of fancy cloth covered buttons, any size- Call and see him. Worth Dollars. Costs Cents-H. W. Barker's Cough Remedy—It Cures. C. M. Allen. G. Sotnerfelt bought the north west quarter of section 19, town ship 15, range CO of M. J. Kil drowski of Beach, N. D. The Ladies Aid of the Congre gational church will meet with M rs. Jones on Thursday afternoon next, all the ladies of the com munity are invited. The* first number of the lecture course was given at the opera house on Monday evening last to a very appreciative but small aud ience. Strayed—From Bonner's ranch, located on Sec. 84-9-58, a dark brown horse, 10 years old, weight | about 1850 with broad hips, will j pay ample reward for his recovery. A. E. Bonner, Wibaux. We forgot to mention that a fine bouncing boy arrived at the home of Guy Richardson last week, and he is wearing a smile that wont come off. Mrs. Richardson how ever is not progressing as rapidly as she might. I will have good young horses in my yards at wibaux every sec ond and fourth Saturdays of each month which I will sell at reason able prices, and terms to suit pur chaser. H. Muilendore. 84-10t Mr. Willard Laucb a brother-in law of A- Goodrich had a narr ow escape. He was knocked down by an auto Wednesday evening and aside from being shaken up quite severely lie came out without any fatal results. Dr. O. R. Niece, the dentist, is now permanently located in the Bartley block, at Bench, whew* he will be pleased to meet his Wi hamx patients. l have several thousand dollars private money to loan on im proved farms, also on commuted and final Proofs. H. K. Schuster, 49-tf Wibaux, Montana. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Smith of Baker, formerly of this city given us the news that a girl came to tluair home' on Saturday last. Political Announcements! RATES: All Political Announcements in GAe Pioneer will be charged for at the flat rate 9 f $10 each, to run until Election. To the Voters of Dawson Co. 1 wish to announce my candi dacy for the office of County Com missioner for Dawson County, Montana subject to the will and pleasure of the Republican County Convention, and will appreciate your support and beg to assure you that if I am elected will fulfil the duties of my office faithfully. Al Davis, Wibaux, Montana To the Voters of Dawson Co. I desire to announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sher iff of Dawson county, subject to the action of the Democratic coun ty convention, J. D, Wynn. To the Voters of Custer County I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of Sheriff, sub ject to the will of the Custer coun ty voters. Hugh Wells, Miles City, Mont. To the Voters of Dawson Co. I wish to announce myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Dawson County. I ask your support an:l if elected I promise to execute the duties of my office fair ly and faithfully. D. C. Finch. Notice to Voters I take this means of announcing to the voters of wibaux ami vicin ity, that if I am elected sheriff, will leave the matter of appointing a deputy to the decision and choice of the citizens of wibaux. D. C Finch. UAST ROUND *No 2 (N. C'st Lmtd) f 12:89 p. in. No 4 (Twin City Ex.) f2:2(> a. m. No (»(Eastern Exp.) 7.80 p. in. *No 8 (T, C. Express) 0.11 a. in. Local Ft. (Male Pass.) 8.50 a. m. WEST BOUND *No 1 (N. Coast Lmtd)t8.24 a. m. *No 8 (N. Pacific Ex.) 4.89 p. in. No 5 (Western F.xp.) f2.2(5 a. m. No 7 (1*. Coast Exp.) 9.1(5 p. m. 4- Don't Stop for Passengers. * Carry U. S. Mail Cars. W. A. BANDEL, Local Agent 1 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 prices for hides, pelts and furs. Wibaux, Montana. City Xivery and Dray Xine Croft & Sutherland, proprietors. Second Bvc. So., UHIbaux ffllontana GENTLE HORSES. FIRST CLASS RIGS. CAREFUL DRIVERS ALWAYS READY Dray Line in Co n n e c t i o n ■>bone 'number 16 • • • Olvc u» a (Trial. Bhe Wibaux Provisioiv Co. DEALERS IN Fresh and Salted Meats of All Kinds Fresh Oysters, Fish and Game in Season Fresh Fruits and Farm Products Also Hides, Pelts and Furs WIBAUX, MONTANA. School WILL SOON Days BE HERE And Remember we are "There" with a complete line of all kinds of stationery and school supplies C. M. Allen - - The Druggist Midland Coal $ L umber Co. Your building trouble will be few in deed, if you select the timbers, joist, roofing, flooring, siding, etc., from onr thoroughly seasoned stock of FIR AND WESTERN PINE RED CEDAR SHINGLES Our lumber is of a quality that satis fies and our service prompt. Come in and examine our stock-perhaps we . might be able to help you with plans and estimates. Everything You Need to Build With TAKE THE WORLD INTO YOUR CONFIDENCE If you have nothing to con ceal. W e 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 - - Lumber.