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LARGE STOCK CARRIED IN BOTH FARM ANI 1 Webber wagons ) MOUNTAIN STYLES Moline Disc Plows Also Barbed Wire Our Stock of Shelf and heavy Hardware and Groceries is Aways Complete. ■ T. S. LOVELL, Hardware, Implements, Furniture, Groceries, WihaiiY Montana local Items of Special Unterest Oh! You cork-puller. Nick Steies was au Edge Hill visitor in the city W ednesday. The Ladies' Aid met at Mrs. S. B. Chappell's home on Thursday. Dr. Dans was a brief visitor in the city Wednesday from Dickin son. Jas. Wakefield autoed in from the ranch near Trotter on Wednes day. W. H. Terrell recently had a new phone installed in his resi dence. T. J. Bushell made a trip to Dennis in the auto on business Thursday. L. J. Willis was an over-Sunday visitor with friends and relatives at Dickinson. Contractor W. J. Clearman was transacting business at the Gate City Tuesday. Miss Olive Scott was visiting friends in the city Tuesday from her claim north of town. Rev. Fr. Stack, of Glendive, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Schus ter in the city Wednesday. Manager Meiers, of the Heaton Lumber Co.'s yard at Sentinel But*e, was here over Sunday. Drs. O. R. Niece and Museus drove over from Beach in the for mer's new car on Wednesday. The Whist Club was pleasantly entertained at Mrs. Gaines' beau tiful new home on Thursday after-' noon. Mrs. S. J. Wills, who has been quite seriously ill the past week, is reported to be improving at this writing. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Reid, who reside north of town, on Saturday, April 22, an eight-pound daughter. J. S. Snyder, of Sentinel Butte, was here on Tuesday to receive a few head of horses which he pur chased last fall. J. M. Johnson, of Yates, and J. F. Twitchell, general agent for the Minneapolis Brewing Co., were visitors in the city Thursday. Vice-President Frank Bogart, of the Union Bank & Trust Co,, of Helena, was in the city Thursday, the guest of the First State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Bowman, of Chi cago, were the guests of Miss Fan nie Bell in the city Tuesday. They were enroute to the Pacific coast. Farmers should use caution in selecting their formaldehyde for treating grain. Inferior grades in jures the seeds, and no results are obtained. Guaranteed formalde hyde always sold by reliable drug gists. Miss Mary Paschke was a Beach visitor on Monday. Rev. E. N. English is spending a few days in Glendive this week. Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Ashley were guests of Glendive fridnds over Sunday. Miss Ida Still was the guest of Beach friends on Monday and Tuesday. Marshall Rife drove in from his ranch near Cedar in the auto on Tuesday. Get the habit of saying you saw "it" in the Pioneer—Y r ou did, didn't you? Sam Fletcher was transacting business at Belfield the latter part of last week. Miss Martena O'Neal, of Glen dive, was the Sunday guest of the B. H. Rice family. Don and W. H. Freeman w r ere down from Glendive on business a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bushell re turned on Tuesday evening from a few days trip to Fargo. Mrs. E. F. Fisher was a Sunday visitor in Beach, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. O. R. Neice. L. C. Lindner, who resides about lfi miles north of the city, w T as transacting business here Monday. The First National Bank has a few 1911 calendars left on hand which will be handed out upon re quest. The Misses Mary Wagner and Mary Paschke were visitors in the Gate City Sunday, returning home on Monday. Fred VVickman was in from the farm on Friday last, when he ad vanced his subscription to the Pio neer another year. Miss Francis Clowski, a former resident of this city, and Miss Vio let Piesik were up from Beach in the auto on Tuesday. The carpenters are making great progress on the Dunham lumber sheds, which will soon be stuffed with a fine stock of lumber. Lee Weathers returned the latter part of last week from Dickinson, where had a most successful oj er ation performed for appendicitis. Mrs. A. H. Rogers returned on W ednesda} 7 evening from a five month's visit with relatives and friends in Chicago and points in Wisconsin. Lost On road between Wibaux and Beach, about April 1st, the following auto supplies: 1 wrench, 1 spark-plug wrench, 1 pump and 1 jack, also storage battery. The finder will please leave same at the Pioneer office. j DAILY JOTTINGS j Saturday—Frequent showers.. --Wibaux Drug & Jewelry Co. lighted up their new fountain for the first time----Morris Rice was here shaking hands with friends. ----L. E. Waldo was a brief cal ler from the farm....."Tige" Ruedig returned from La Crosse, Wis......Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Schuster were visitors from the ranch----Delegation of Wibaux ites autoed to Dennis in the eve ning—by the moonlight. (?) Sunday—Cloudy and the atmos phere very damp----J. H. Bern hardt arrived from Miles City to open new tailor shop----J. H. Sharpe, the popular assistant cashier of the First National, and bride arrived from the east..... J. L. Hutchins and family spent the afternoon with his brother, E. F., and family at the farm--- Rev. English conducted services at Rucker's hall in the evening. Monday—Cool and breezy — Wibaux Drug & Jewelry Co. ad ded several marble-based show cases to their fixtures — Miss Mary Pascnke was a passenger to Beach----Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harper were in the city from Edge Hill----D. C. Farrell was in from the farm on business.... Chamber of Commerce held a short business session in the eve ning, when the road question was the main issue. Tuesday—Fair and tempera ture moderating----Lute Meeks and L. E. Waldo were in from their farms on business----J. G. Maloney was seen taking a drive in the evening----Joe McFillin returned from Miles City----J. M. Kanouse was up fram Yates. Wednesday—Weather perfect. ----McMahon held formal open ing of new soda fountain, and passed out carnations......Gus Sommerfeld sustained a broken leg as the result of being thrown off and in front of a clod-crusher which he was driving......Rip VanRinkle at the opera house in the evening. Thursday—Warm, with indica tions of rain----The Wibaux Im provement Co. had a crew at work making a general cleaing up of the streets opposite tneir new brick block.. - .C. H. Moul ton autoed over from Beach on business — The last dance to be given in Rucker's hall before con verting that part of the building into a pool and billiard hall was given in the evening, and a large crowd were in attendance. The Bank of Yates [Unincorpor ated] new management, respons ibility $200,000.00 is doing a gen eral banking business; handles farm lands, farm loans and writes fire and hail insurance, We cor dially invite you to call and get acquainted. FARMERS' ELEVATOR CO.] We invite your patronage and promise you a square and impartial deal in all our transactions. We pay the highest mar ket prices as quoted in this advertisement. Call phone No. 43. Our prices just before the Pioneer goes to press. Wheat No. 1 Nor........81 Wheat No. 2 Nor........79 Barley..................75 Flax..................2.35 Durum.................G7 Oats....................30 How About Those Flies? Are you going to be bothered with these nuisances, or for a very small expenditure are you going to be protected from insects of all kinds? ? ? ? We have in stock a full line of SCREEN DOORS, ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCREENS FULL LENGTH WINDOW SCREENS No matter what size Windows or Doors, we can fit them Call and inspect our stock. Midland Coal Lumber Co. Wibaux, Montana Geo. Heaton Lumber Company 2111 IKinds of ^Building Httaterial B Yard of Quality and Service. WIBAUX ♦ • . . MONTANA NOTICE to Buying Public We will be glad to make your acquaintance, also have you become familiar with our immense new, up-to-date, complete lines of Hardware, Furniture, Clas s and China Wares Our prices are very low. Why? Because we want you to trade at this new store. If you may not wish to buy just yet, let it not keep you away from inspecting this NEW STOCK Will be pleased to spend the time with you any time. Crescent Hardware Co. Phone 53 Wibaux, Mont.