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After December 1st All Goods Will Be Sold For
STRICTLY CASH at Reduced Prices tm T. S. LOVELL Wibaux, Mont. ULocal Uterns of Special Unterest Try the Pioneer a year—#1.50. Now is the time to do your Easter shopping early. Jack Erickson was a visitor in the city on Satuday from Beach. Bert Townsend returned from a trip to Dickinson on Monday evening. Somehow, we never hear of a gold discovery in Alaska, until its too blamed cold to make the trip. From the way millionaires are being operated on, it might be supposed they were lined with money. In Los Angeles 85,000 women voted, and they voted against a rigid prohibition ordinance, too. Ladies! Ladies! Dick Kennedy and H. Donald son, agent for Gund's Brewery, were visitors in the city on Wed nesday from Yates. Dr. 0. R. Niece, the popular Beach dentist, was in the city over Sunday, the guest of Mayor and Mrs. E. F. Fisher. An internal revenue report says that last year there were nearly 8,000,000,000 cigars smok ed in this country. Holy smoke! A Kansas City man notifies the Gas Company that his meter was running slow. Should he not have a Carnegie medal for such honesty. Allison Davis returned on Thursday morning from a few days sojourn at Hunters' Hot Springs, Messrs. Rucker and Terrell who accompanied him on the trip, remained for a few days longer. Harve Robinson, president of the Stockmen's Bank of Medora, was up from Sentinel Butte to attend a meeting of the stock holders of the First National Bank of Wibaux, of which he is a director. Mm. Major returned to Wibaux Mont., Wednesday. Mr. Major has a homestead near Wibaux, and has been visiting his brother Charles at this place for several months past.—LaFarge. (Wis.) Enterprise. We are always glad to get lo cal items, just such as you, read er, would like yourself, and if you have any on hand at any time send them along. Don't sandwich an advertisement into them, for they belong to the cashier's department, and if they are not worth paying for in a legitimate way they are no good to us. If you have any friends visiting you, or you expect to go away, just say so. The latter clause may gratify your creditors and the first your friends. Chas. Clark, ot Baker was in the city on business Tuesday. H. Mullendore was down from the Gate City on business Satur day. Chas. E. White departed re cently for a visit with friends at St. Paul. Born—to Mr. and Mrs. Theo dere Paschkeon Friday, January 5, a daughter. The western governors will at least have to admit that the East was a tip-top place to visit. Mr. Wood, Optician of sever | al years experience, now at Beach will fit your eyes with glasses. Mrs. C. A. Pace, the milliner, departed this evening for the cities, to purchase her stock of Easter bonnets. A. B. Sletto and Joe Jentges commenced painting and decor ating the interior of the First State Bank today. J. G. Maloney departed on Wednesday evening for the Pa cific coast, where he expects to | spend the balance of the winter. County Sheriff J. D. Wynn's smiling countenance was in evi ' dence on our streets Thursday. J. D. says everything flourshing i in the Gate City. W. E. Stockstill moved his household effects into the Frank Payne residence the first of the | week, where he and Mrs. Stock still will reside in the future. Miss Isla Burns, who has been employed at the E. F. Peterson store, resigned her position on Saturday, and was called to her home in Minnesota Tuesday on account of the serious illness of her brother. Miss Ida Still, who, after en joying a two week's holiday va cation with friends and relatives at her former home in Parker, S. D., returned to the city on ; Monday and resumed her dudes as "hello girl. '' Geo. Ebinger, who recently i located on a 320 acre strip of Uncle Sam's domain, about 14 miles east of Glendive, was mar keting a load of flax in the city Tuesday. Mr. Ebinger only had a portion of his crop threshed I when the heavy snows came Iasi fall, and still has 75 acres of fine llax under the snow. O. W. Evans departed for Miles City, Montana. Wednesday morning. Mr. Evans has been located at Westmore, Montana, for some time past in charge of a lumber yard, but expects to go farther west where he will have charge of a yard, somewhere in the vicinity of Helena. Mont.— LaFarge, (Wis.) Enterprise. E. L. FISHER BRICK MASON You cannot afford to put up a frame building when I can do it cheaper for you with brick. Let me give you my figures—they will surprise you. GIVE ME A TRIAL All Work Guaranteed Call or write me at Wibaux, Mont. PUBLIC LAND AND MINING CASES. If you are interested in any contest or any matter before the Interior De partment, write to Clark & Wright, registered land lawyers, 902 F Street N. W. (opposite Gen'l Land Office), Washington, D. C. Free information about contests and where to obtain scrip, locatable upon public lands, without residence or cultivation. Wibaux People Should Try This C. M. Allen states that any one who has constipation, sour stomach or gas on the stomach, should try simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as com pounded in Adler-i-ka. the new German Appendicitis remedy. A SINGLE DOSE brings lelief almost INSTANTLY and Wibaux people are surprised how QUICK LY it helps. This simple remedy aritisepticizes the digestive or gans and draws off the impur ities. C. M. Allen. Notloe for Publication Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, Dec. 23. 1911. Notice is hereby given that Elmer F. Hutchins, Heir of William W. Hutchins, of Wibaux. Mont., who on August 6, 1906, made Home* stead Entry. No. 3378. Serial No. 02131 for SW 1-4 Section 32, Township IE 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, Montana, on the 29th day of Jan uary, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: William W. Welsh, Jacob W. Meyers, Almon Meecham, Robert Roneoe, nil of Wibaux. Mont. A. KIRCHER, Register. Notice for Publication Department of the interior. U. S Land Office at Miles City. Montana, November 28. 1911. Notice is hereby given that Fred L. Rolen of Wibaux. Montana, who on May 27. 1910, made Homestead Entry No. 09193. Serial No. , for Lots 1. 2. Section 6, Township 12 N.. Range 60 E., Montana Prin. Meridian, has filed noticeof intention to mukefinal commutation proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Walter E. Williamson. U. S. Commission er. at Wibaux, Montana, on the 16th day of Janu ary, 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Wilby C. Polen, Finley P. Miller. Howard Pearce. Frank O. Tyrell, all of Wibaux. Mont A. KIRCHER. Register. T HERE'S a lot of money here and in this vicinity. Possessorsof thatmoney read this paper; they swear by it. They want to be shown. If y>Mir goods are right, they want to buy. This paper talks to that money at regular intervals. It's money that talks back and talks back strong. Get your share— do your talking through our ad vertising columns. lUWritfhi, 1MU. br W. a. UJ City Livery and Dray Line " The Farmers' Headquarters " DAN SUTHERLAND, Prop. Keep Cool! Ice delivered to any part of the city every morn ing; Draying and Team Work of all kinds promptly done. CALL PHONE NO. 16 Wibaux, Montana STORM 000RS! STORM SASHES! We carry a complete line in all regular sizes. Odd and special sizes on short notice. Midland Coal Lumber Co. Geo. Heaton Lumber Company BU IKinds of IBuildiitg IfHaterial B Vard of Quality and Service. WIBAUX MONTANA Andrew Thorsen CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Always on the job to handle anything in the construction line. LET ME FIGURE YOUR BILL. Estimates with Plans and Specifications will be cheerfully given upon request. MY WORK TALKS FOR ITSELF AND I WANT YOUR BUSINESS WIBAUX MONTANA Try a "Pioneer" Ad For Quick Results!