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After December 1st All Goods Will Be Sold For
CASH
at Reduced Prices
T. S. LOVELL
Wibaux, Mont.
Try the Pioneer a year—$1.50.
Howard Pearce was in from
the farm on business Monday.
R. W. Porter, of Dennis, was
in the city on business Wednes
day.
Frank Roquette was up from
Dickinson on business Wednes
day.
L. W. Shotwell was in the city
on business Wednesday, from
his farm near Edgehill.
G. M. Arnestad was in the
city a few days this week from
his farm near Intake, Mont.
Dan Murray was a passenger
to Dickinson on last Monday
evening for a visit with friends.
Mr. Wood, Optician of sever
al years experience, now at
Beach will fit your eyes with
glasses.
Buy a lot in the Davis addition.
$10.00 cash and $1.00 a month.
No interest, no taxes. —Bushell
& Rucker.
E. L. Manaugh, one of the
prosperous ranchers in the Me
dora country, was in the city on
business Wednesday.
Messrs. Lovell, of the firm of
Lovell Bros., and Kusske were
business visitors in the city on
Tuesday, from Beach.
Mayor E. F. Fisher returned
on last Monday evening from
Glendive, where he spent sever
al days on legal business.
A neighboring doctor adver
tises by circular: "I will pay
one-half the funeral expenses
where I am not successful."
County Recorder R. L. Wy
man was visiting friends in the
city on Friday evening, return
ing to Glendive on No. 3 Satur
day.
Many a man wants more vim
in his home paper, when at the
same time he is carrying a few
dollar's worth of its vim in his
pocket.
President O. N. Dunham, of
the Dunham Lumber Co., was
up from Biamarck the first of the
week in the interests of the lo
cal yard.
Frank Babcock, who has been
employed on the B. J. Parsons
ranch the past two years, is
spending a few days in the city
this week.
Miss Ida Sommerfeld, who for
the past few weeks has been vis
iting at the J. D. Wynn home in
Glendive, returned home on Sun
day evening.
Custer County Commissioners
Cameron and Furnish came down
from Miles City the first of the
week, en route to eastern Custer
county on official business.
i
C. H. Vorck, representing W.
L. Perkins of St. Paul, was call
ing on customers in the city the
first of the week.
G. N. Burdick, the popular and
efficient county treasurer was re
newing old acquaintances in the
city the first of the week from
Glendive.
Mrs. S. B. Chappell departed
on last Tuesday evening for St.
Paul, where we understand she
will select and purchase suites
for the private rooming apart
ments of the First State Bank
block.
Attorney Don Campbell re
turned from Wibaux, where he
went to look after legal matters.
He came home to take in the pro
duction of Carmen, and will leave
today again for Wibaux to wind
up his business.—Miles City Star.
Chas. O'Neal, a former resi
dent of this city, was visiting
friends here a few days the lat
ter part of last week, en route to
Glendive, where he is attending
school this winter. Charley re
cently underwent a most success
ful operation for appendicitis at
Mayo Brothers' hospital in Roch
ester, Minn.
D. B. Wooden, who for the
past year conducted one of the
leading horseshoeing shops in
this city, having recently closed
out his interests expects to de
part presently for the Peace
River country, in Canada, where
he will engage in another busi
ness.
Friends of the Hon. William
Lindsay of Glendive, now United
States marshal, with headquar
ters at Helena, received an
nouncements yesterday of his
marriage to Mrs. Audray Zim
mon Huges of Glendive. Mr.
Lindsay will have the very best
wishes of his many friends here.
C. F. Carter of Wibaux is trans
acting business here. He says
the people of his section have
not given up the idea of a county
seat there yet. Wibaux, he be
lieves, has a great future before
it, and is destined to be one of
the greatest agricultural districts
of eastern Montana.—Miles City
Star.
Thos. Brophy, who for the past
several months has been looking
after his farming interests in
this locality, departed on last
Monday evening for San Diego,
Cal., where he will spend the
balance of the winter. Mr.
Brophy is one of the old cow
boys of eastern Montana, hiving
resided here over thirty years
ago, during Colonel Roosevelt's
ranching days.
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
nr any matter before the Interior De
partment, write to Clark & Wright,
registered land .awyers, Q02 F Street
N. W. (opposite Gen'l Land Office),
Washington, If J. 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
antisepticizes the digestive or
gans and draws off the impur
ities. C. M. Allen.
Notice 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, 1900, made Home
stead Entry, No. 3378, Serial No. 02131 for SW 1-4
Section 32, Township 15 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 Roseoe, all of Wibaux, Mont.
A. KIRCHER, Register.
NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION
Non-Coal Isolated Trast
PUBLIC LAND SALE
Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office
at Miles City. Montana, Jan. 12, 1912.
Notice is hereby given that, as directed by the
Commissioner of the General Land Office, under
provisions of Act of Congress approved June 27,
1906 (34 Stats,, 617). we will offer at public sale,
to the highest bidder, at 10 o'clock A. M.. on the
27th day of February, 1 Bi 2. at this office, the
following- described land: Lot l. SE 1-4 SE 1-4.
NE 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec, 18, T. 12 N.. R. 58 E, M. P. M.
Any persons claiming adversely the above-de
scribed land are adviBed to file their claims, or ob
jections. on or before the time designated for
sale.
A. KIRCHER, Register.
T HERE'S a lot of money
here and in this vicinity.
Possessors of thatmoney
read this paper; they swear by
it. They want to be shown.
If your 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.
I Copyright, MM, by W. M. 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 DOORS! STORM
We carry a complete line in
all regular sizes.
Odd and special sizes on
short notice.
Midland Coal 4 Lumber Co
Geo. Heaton Lumber Company
mammmuummm
Bll IKinds of IBuilding IH-laterial
B Vard of Quality and Service.
WIBAVX
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
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