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Chas. H. Dahl
%•» '& «t« «•# *$■ «•» f yy yy r> » ^ rr«r 'r^^ ^ i m r ^r p >#< in i *w i ^ t ^p p w'^* <■" * p» * m e pp p % Shelf and Heavy Hardware AVTO LIVERY ^ "Buick" Repairs Auto Repairing if# *& if# if# if# if# if# if# if# * "OIL-PULL' Seperators if# if# if# if# if# if# — Repairs t if# if# if# if# if# if# if# if# if# If# I wish to inform the people of Wibaux and vicinity that I have opened a new TAILOR SHOP In the Building 2nd Door East of Postoffice And am now prepared to handle any class of work in my line. I respectful ly solicit your patronage. J. H. BERNHARDT Estray Taken Vp. Caire to my place January lat, one bay horse colt, coming three years old; branded heart on left shoulder. Owner can have same by paying charges and calling at VV. O. Fletcher farm, Edge Hill, Montana, 9-41 WOODBURN BROS. Trotters, No. Dak. Cattle brand ed as shown in cut, Range on Boise and spring creeks Horses! branded on left side, thus. d. D. DENNIS, Wibaux, Mont. dange head if big Beav er. Cattle branded as shown in jut. Horses__________ same no left shoulder. Other -brand, T W on the lef ribs. I now have l he en tire Brand as .shown in cut ARTHUR G. PARSONS. WIBAUX. MONTANA Cattle branded as shown in cut. Range o n Smith, _______, and Cotton wood creeks, Horses brand- nn| ed on left thigh |uu Legal Notices NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U.S. Land Office at Miles City. Montana, March IS, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Annie M. Twedt, of Wibaux. Montana, who; on May 7. 1906, made Homestead E. No. 3188, Serial No. 02062 for SK 1-4 of Sec. 2. Twp. 14 N., Range 60 E. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Five Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described before Walter E. William son, U. S. Commissioner, at Wibaux, Montana, on the 26th day of May, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Robert Baird Frank Breitenfeldt and William Breitenfeldt, of Wibaux, Montana, and (funder Twedt, of Beach, N. I). A Kircher. Register Notice For Publication. Department of the Interior, U.S. Land Of fice at Miles City, Montana, March 31, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Frank Darton, of Wibaux, Montana, who, on April 24th, 1906, made H. E. No. 3173, Serial No. 02o59, for S 1-2 NE 1-4. and Lots 1 and 2, Sec. 2, Twp. 14 N., Range 60, E. M. P. meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Five-Year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Walter E. Williamson. U. S.Commissioner, at Wibaux, Mon tana, on the 11th day of May, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: William Baird, Albert Welsh, Bert Welsh and Fred Welsh, all of Wibaux, Montana. A. KIRUHER, Register. NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION Department of the interior, U. S, Land office at Miles City, Montana, March 31, 1811. Notice is hereby given that Albion E, Welsh, of Beach, N. D., who, on August 17, 1905, made Homestead Entry No. 2901, Serial No. 01920, for Nw 1-4, section 14. Township 14, North. Range 60, E. M, P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Five-Year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Walter E, Williamson, U. S. Commissioner, at Wibaux, Mont., on the loth day of May, loll. Claimant names as witnesses: Burton U. welsh, of Beach. N. I)., BertO. Ed am, of Yates, Montana, and Albert welsh anil william Breitenfeldt, of Wibaux. Montana A. KIRCIIER, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the interior, U- S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, March 30, 1911. Notice is hereby given that William J. Dumphy of Wibaux, Montana, who on March 23, 1907, made Homestead Entry No. LSIH. Serial No. 02360, for NW 1-4, section 20, Twp. 15 N„ Range 60 E. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final Commutation proof to establish claim to the land above described before Walter E. William son, U. S. Commissioner at Wibaux, Mont., on the 9th day of May 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Ben Reents, Chas. W. McCabe, James M. Ros coe and Robert C. Roscoe, all of Wibaux, Montana. A. KIItCHER, Register Notice for Publication Department of the interior, II. S Land Office at Miles City Montana April 7, 1911. Notice is hereby given that George H. Hawks, of Wibaux, Montana, who on May 23, 1906, made H. E. No. 3221, Serial No. 02073, for NW 1-4, Sec. 32, Tp. 14— N, R. GO— R, Mont. prin. m., has filed notice of intention to make final five-year proof, to establish claim to the land above des cribed before w. E. Williamson u. S commissioner at Wibaux Montana, on the 1st day of June, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: S. H. Stam baugh. John D. Fuller, Erwin E. Jordan and Edward Summers, all of Wibaux, Montana. A. Kircher Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, April 22, 1911. Notice is hereby given that Ole II. Dahl, of Wibaux, Montana, who, on Sept. 3(1. 19i)S, made Homestead Enti y No. 0732 for Southeast 1-4, See. 4, Twp. 16 N. Rge. 90 E. Montana Principal meridian has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof Ioestablish claim lo the land above described, before Walter E. Williamson U. S. Commissioner, at Wibaux, Montana, on the 31st day of May 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Olaf K. Hagen, Casper Bondley, John C. Hanson and Ilalver Dahl, all of Wibaux, Montana. A. KIRCHER, Register, Notice is hereby give Edgehill, Montana, who Homestead Entry, No. 34. Twp. 12 north. Rang meridian, has filed not icr NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the interior. IT. S.Land Office at Miles City, Mont., April 7. 1911. en that Olaf Hagan, of on June 25. 1909, made 05174, for NE 1-4 Sec. i' 59 East, Mont. Brin, of intention to mate final commutation proof, lo establish claim to the land above described, before Walter E. William son, U. S. Commissioner, at Wibaux, Mont., on the 15th day of May, 1911. Claimant names as witnesses: Joseph H. Unangst, William L. Straley. Archie L. Dealing and John Satlier. all of Edgehill, Mont. A. KIRCHER. Register. Bits of Local News -- Caught on the Run = Missps Muude Marl ton and Lil lian Ross, of Glendive, are guests of friends in the city today. Paul Lynch and sister, Miss Beatrice, were guests of Beach friends Monday, and also attended the dance at that place the same evening. Attorney and Mrs. E. F. Fisher autoed to Beach on Wednesday, when Mrs. (). R. Niece accom panied them on their return for a brief visit. Miss Fannie Bell, who for the past year has been residing at Glendive, resigned her position on Tuesday and returned to her home near this city. Anyone needing expert work of any kind done on any make of gas oline plow engine will please call at Ager's blacksmith shop and see Jeffers. 14 tt Mrs. F. J. (Junkley, who has been visiting their farm near tin city the past week, departed on Tuesday evening for her home in Marion, Iowa. E. F. llutehins was in the city yesterday with his little daughter, Tnelmr, who recently sutfered a severe scald on her knee, and had the injury given medical attention. Mrs. Green, who resided here the pnst winter with her daughter, Mrs. L. E. Waldo, departed on Wednesday evening for a visit with relatives in the western part of tin state. Mrs. B. H. Rice returned on Saturday from a brief visit with Glendive friends, in company with Mrs. H. Mullendore, who visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, L. 0. Faltermeyer. Don't forget to hand in those news items about that recent tran saction, or trip that; you made. It will be greatly appreciated by the editor of this sheet, meanwhile, it will also interest your friends. Dr. Riesland, the optical special ist, who is well known for his su perior skill in fitting eyes, and who grinds your glasses while you wait, will be at the Pickering hotel, May 18 and 19, Don't fail to see him if you sutler nervousness, headache, or have cross eyes, or improperly titled glasses, or poor vision. Con sultation free. l(J-tf $15.00 Reward. Will be paid for every horse branded —X on left shoulder, by E. T. Wells, Baker, Mont. 9-fitp. R. A* James, Winner of W. K. Kellogg Trophy, with the Trophy ( . ____*; _ land the lSlOChampionEar^**-*^ ______ am-T^^r Returns with Bride -I. H. Sharpe, the popular assist ant cashier of the First National, and Miss Gertrude B. Page, of St. Paul, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony in the above men tioned city, on Tuesday, April 11, at the home of the bride's parents, Rev. W. A. Hill, of the Baptist church officiating. The bride is the highly esteemed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Page, of that city, while the groom, who has resided in this city for the past several mouths, has gained a a host of friends and the confidence of all. The happy young couple arrived in the city on last Sunday evening and, we hope, will be at home to their many friends here for all time to come. The Pioneer is pleased to join with all in extend ing congratulations and best wish es for all the happiness of wedded life. MAIL STEAMER ON THE ROCKS Eight of the 800 Passengers Lost While Being Taken Off. Capetown, April 20.—The Portu guese mail steamer Lusitania is piled up on Bellows rock, two miles south west of the Cape of Good Hope. Her 800 passengers and crew were taken off by the British warship Forte and a government tug. Eight persons were drowned during the transfer. KILLS FOUR AND HIMSELF Ohio Man Attempts to Wipe Out En tire Family. Youngstown, O., April 19.—Grant Riekerd, a plumber, attacked his wife and five children with a gun and axe and killed his wife anil three children and probably mortally wounded the other two children. He then shot and killed himself. Crimes Follow Convention. Three store burglaries and a sad dle stolen from a barn were the after math of the stock meet at Miles City. The stores were entered from the win dows and doors, and the casn regis ters were tapped, but litle money was secured. Belgrade Man Moderator. Rev. S. A. Entorf of Belgrade,! at the annual meeting of the Helena j presberty, was elected moderator. Lawyers and Mondays. "A lawyer gets more callers on Mou day than on any other day of the week," remarked an attorney. "If he lives In the country his front doorbell will begin to ring before he is out of bed, and if he lias a city ofiiee there is likely to be a line of clients wait in The reason is that on Sunday families get together and talk over their inti mate affairs, and one of these is some times a suit they are thinking of be ginning, and so one of their number is appointed to see the lawyer, and he comes down Monday morning. Of course this is more noticeable in the country than in town, but I have found that human nature works the same Avay in metropolitan or rural circles." New York Sun.