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Our Customers. OUR AIM is to give satisfaction. We believe this to be the only rule of a success ful business policy. Our reputation has been built on square dealing, and we aim to maintain it so. THE RESULT is that dissatisfied customers are un known. Our piano exchange guaran tee protects our customers absolutely on any instrument purchased from the Stone Piano Company. xx rE CARRY the largest line of High Grade Pianos in the * * Northwest, guaranteed by ourselves as well as the factories, and our guarantee is good, backed by a quarter ot a million dollars. WE FIND that one sale brings another, that our cus tomers are our friends, that our friends are our customers. Join the ranks and be one of them. Free Catalog of Everything known in music for the asking Stone Piano Company FARGO, N. DAK. Established 1894. : : GRAND FORKS, N. DAK. fl>. X. Bsblcy, UN. ID. Office Hours: 9 A. M. to 12 M. 1 P. M. to 4 P. M. 7 P. M. to 8 P. M. TELEPHONE No. 17 Wibaux, Montam Dr. 0. R. Niece, H> c n t i s t Permanently located on Second Floor, Bartley Block. All work Guaranteed. licacb. Worth H>ahota STEPHEN J. LEAHY % a vv y c r Practice in all Courts Especially Dakota and Montana, and U. S. Land Ortice. Montana Wibaux Dr. W. H. Jackson . . IDcnti st . . Office: Over First Nat'l Bank Bld'g after September 10. WIBAUX MONTANA l£. i£. Caines, HR. H>. Office hours from 9. to 12 a. m. 2 to 5:30 p. m. OFFICE 'PHONE 8 UUibaux, HHontana LOUIE FONG First Class Restaurant and Short Order Chop House Regular Meals and Short Order Lunches at any hour of the day. Wibaux. - - Montana Edward F. Fisher, lawyer Practice in Dakota and Montana courts, also before U. S. Land Office. Complete Land Office records always on hand. Wibaux. - - Montana. PELTS Mo MILLAN FUR & WOOL CO. 200-212 First Ave. No. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. WOOL HIDES AND FURS Shipments Solicited. Quick Cash Returns. Write for Circular-. a. McDonald "The Dauber" Painting. Panerhamring and Decorating That's my Hobby, Give me a trial WIBAUX, MONTANA Northern east bound *No 2 (N. O'st Lmtd)tl2:39 p. m. *No 4 (Twin City Ex.) f2:f>5 a. m. No 0 (Eastern Exp.) 7.06 p. m. No 8 (T, C. Express) 6.11 a. in. Local Ft. (Male Pass.) 8.20 a. m. west bound *No 1 (N. Coast Lmtd)f3.24 a. m. No 3 (N. Pacitic Ex.) 4.58 p. m. *No 5 (Western F.xp.) f^39 a. m. No 7 (P, Coast Exp.) 9.00 p. m. * Don't Stop for Passengers, f Carry U. S. Mail Cars. B. D.McM ASTERS- Local Agent 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. PUBLIC LAND AND CASES. MINING If you are interested in any contest or any matter before the Interior De partment, write to Clark & Wright, registered land lawyers, 002 F Street N. \V. (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. N. V. TYRRELL, Licensed Auctioneer and General Farm Salesman Leave Dates at Pioneer or write me at Wibaux, Mont. r. 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. THE 'Royal' Cafe Finest Meals And Service Cigars, Confections Ice Cream MRS. ELLA MAHON Proprietress Wibaux, - Montana Advertise in the Wibaux Pioneer. Fllckertall Facts North Dakota 8tato News In Corv denied Ferm. Larimore.—An exploelon which may prove fatal to three Greeks, and In which three others were badly Injured, occurred at Shawnee near this city, when an oil lamp in their car was be ing lighted. The car in which they made their home was also burned. ' Fargo.—Chief Keefe of the police force arrested H. G. O'Neill, colored, charged with purchasing opium and having the same sent through the fnalls. At the last term of the federal court there were two indictments concerning the transmission of opium through the mails. O'Neill waived examination before the United States commissioner, and was held in $300 bonds for the next term of court; in default of which he was sent to Jail. Mandan.—Great stoicism was shown by Eng. Mike Kanio, when he pulled a freight train into Mandau with his right hand badly mangled. He left Jamestown on No. 602, and at Dawson had his hand caught between the main driving rod and one of the axels, crushing one of the Angers entirely off. Mike stuck to the throttle, how ever, and pulled the engine to the local roundhouse before he sought surgical attention. He will be laid up for a few days. Grand Forks.—Grand Forks county commissioners will put a bounty on wolves, in the very near future, if the wishes of J. C. Eastgate, a promi nent farmer and stockraiser of Alfen Grove township, are heeded. Mr. East gate appeared before the county com missioners and after stating the North Dakota law on the bounty. question asked them to put a bounty of $2 a head on the animals, as provided in the code. The matter Is being giv en consideration and it is quite likely pome provision will be made to stamp out the coyote and wolf evil, which is said to be rather a pestilence in some barts of the county. Devils Lake.—The twentieth annual assembly of the North Dakota Chau tauqua association is now on in full swing, the gates to the most beautiful nature spot In North Dakota being thrown open Saturday. The Fort Tot ten Indian band had the honor of play ing the opening serenade. Saturday afternoon more people than have been in attendance at the opening in years were on the ground to listen to the address of welcome which was given j by W. H. Horton in the absence of President Kelley of the association. That the 1912 assembly will eclipse all previous years is certain if the opening is any criterion. No Chautau qua in the United States presents such a beauty spot as nature has provided on the north shore of Devils Lake, and North Dakotans have at Inst realized this and are willing to ramble for a few weeks during the summer, enjoy outdoor life, getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Fargo.—Building operations in the pity of Fargo are moving along nicely, although there are no new buildings being planned, other than those which are in various stages of erection. Levitz & Co. are just now moving into their newly completed four-story block on uppor Front street, and the pew hotel on the site of the old Plaza )s rearing its head in good shape, and will soon be ready for the roof. The pew Olson store on upper Broadway will be ready for the roof in a few jjays and all over the city there is the pound of the hammer and saw heard jn building new residences. The new Jack Thorne store room over on the corner of Eighth street and Front is almost completed, and will soon be occupied. The remodeling of the Shepard Bedspring Co. plant has been Completed and the new machinery fought. Out In the state schoolhouses Appear to have the great call, and some fine ones are to be erected yet this building season. The big Thir teenth street south schoolhouse in Fargo Is about Anished. Mandan.—State Engineer T. R. At kinson has been spending the week In the city, with several assistants, surveying the course of the Heart river from a point near the round douse in the eaBt end of the yards, west. The state board of control ordered the survey for the purpose 3 f forming a site for a reform school park. The survey will be completed soon and It is believed construction will be commenced in a month. Work has progressed as far as the Russell Miller plant, it was found that the Heart falls Ave feet in that distance, somewhat less than a mile. An en tirely suitable site was not found, but in case there are no better sites above the mill, there rae several places where a dam could be built. The structure will be of steel and con crete, with gates to lower in Aood season. The expense cannot be esti mated until a report as to the loca tion and other conditions is made by Mr. Atkinson, but whatever the cost, it will be divided among those most beneAted, as the understanding now prevails. "OK" HORSESHOEING SHOP D. 0. Wooden, Proprietor With twenty years of Practical Experi ence in the Horse shoeing Business we respectfully solicit your patronage. . . ALL WORK GUARANTEED Located in the Old Bushman Shop j FATHER ROUSED THE BOY Follows Doctor's Advice and Casts the Lure That Tempts Fleeting Ambition. "The boy Is all right," said the doc tor, "but you want to talk to him and rouse his ambition. Promise him that pou will take him somewhere when he recovers suAlciently to go out—to a vaudeville show, for instance; talk to him about playing with the boys; there are lots of ways In which you :an interest him." Then the doctor addressed the boy, who was Just recovering from a fever, laying: "Come, Tommy, cheer up, my boy; wouldn't you like to go and play with fojjr schoolmates?" A faint smile stole over the boy's face, but that was all. "Stop, sir," said the father; "I'll arouse him. See here, Tommy," he asked, addressing the boy, "wouldn't you like to go out and throw a stone through Mother Bibb's candy shop window?" The boy Immediately sat up In bed and asked for his clothes. "I thought that 'u'd rouse the hoy," Bald the father, with a proud smile. "He's all right, doctor."—Kansas City Journal. PLEASED WITH HIS PROGRESS Pursuit of the Affections of the Widow Shy Was Not Exactly Smooth, However. "Uck!—yassah! 'Bleeged to you for de 'terrygation sah; and I's puh gressln' mighty fine in muh love af fa'r wld de Widder Shy. At de fust, de lady took and put chase to me wld a shotgun when I mentioned muh atti tude to'a'ds her. Bless goodness!— 'twuzzen't loaded, but she done rammed me wit It as I sailed over de fence and like to uh-broke de spine ob muh back. De time she Aung hot watah on me she sho' scalded me good and plenty; but I got well atter a while, dess as de faithful alius does. "Well, den, ylste'd'y, whilst I was uh-makln' muh bow to her, she slapped n*e Aat—done a Ane Job, too, sah; and muh head rings plumb yit. But dat's all right, uh-kaze I's gwine to go 'round tomor' and let her 'poler glze to me, and I'll be so dag-gone genteel dat she kaln't fall to make up wld me. And den, de fust thing yo' know, I's kotched her! Yassah! —I's sho'ly puhgressln' pow'ful peart wld muh 'fectlonary animosities!"— Ladies' Home Journal. Tale of the Sea. Seafaring people can generally quote plenty of Instances to show how 111 luck dogs a captain once It hag claimed him. I know of many such (writes 'H. W."), but the most curi ous case Is connected with a small Island or large rock In the Mediter ranean. There is, or was, according to report, a man living on it. He had a goat which fed on the very limited verdure of the place, and from Aotsam he made himself a hut. The crews ol passing ships would point out the smoke from his Are, though I confess I never could discern it myself. The story is that he was a ship's captain who was twice wrecked on this lonely place and rescued by passing vessels. One night he found his vessel piled up for the third time. His disgust waa not lessened to And It was the same rock. His crew were rescued as be jfore, but the captain refused to leave. .He said It was no use. Fate would only send him back again, so he would 'stay where he was! I have sailed the Mediterranean In many different ships, but the story has always been told without variation.—Manchester Guar dUUR.