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We Want You to feel just as free to come into this bank and ask questions about the advantages of having a bank ac count for the care and protection of your money, as you would feel in going into any store to ask about the quality or price of goods. "I If you have any bills to pay, pay them by check, and have a LEGAL receipt for each and every pay ment made. In addition you can have a complete record of your financial affairs without the trouble of keeping a complicated set of books. 1 Enjoy the many advantages, facilities and con veniences which we offer patrons, by keeping your account at the First National Bank — 4 OF WIBAUX, MONTANA (F % Allen's Drug Store .'. EVERYTHING IN .*. Drugs and Sundries At Prices That Are Right WIBAUX, MONTANA C. M. ALLEN 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 W.H. Rucker l (Lhc jfamily Uiquor Store" Old Wines, Old Liquors and Fresh Cigars FOR OUR Old Friends, Old Customers and New Trade WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS At 6/>e Old "Kirkwood" Phone Us Your Order For All the News Read The "Pioneer." EUGENE w The National Prohibition conven tion which meets in Atlantic City Wednesday may nominate for presi dent Eugene W. Chafin of Illinois who was the candidate of the Prohibition ists four years ago. N.J. MAN GETS OUT OF RACE HUDSPETH ASKS GOVERNOR TO REMOVE HIS NAME. Way Now Open for McCombs—Execu tive Meets Some Oid Foes. Sea Girt, N. J., July 10.—Former Judge Robert S. Hudspeth, vice chair- ! man of the Democratic national com- i mittee and member from New Jersey, asked Governor Wilson to erase his name from the list of those from whom the governor will make his choice for national chairman. Mr. Hudspeth af terward told the reporters that he wanted William F. McCombs, the re cent Wilson campaign manager, to have the position. Mr. Hudspeth's action removes from the race, the governor's close friends assert, Mr. McComb's most formidable rival. The governor and James R. Nugent, his recent political foe in Essex coun ty, clasped hands for the first time within a year. Mr. Nugent came down with the New Jersey delegates and alternates to attend a luncheon to which the entire delegation had been invited by E. E. Grosscup, Democratic state chairman. Former Senator James Smith, Jr., who also worked against Governor Wilson's candidacy, received his invitation too late to come, according to a telegram of re gret sent by him to Mr. Grosscup. It was a field day for New Jersey men. They brought along a couple ol mayors, half a ^lozen representatives, including Messrs. Hughes, Hamil and Townsend from this state, a sheriff or two and 500 of the "rank and file." 1 Representative Hughes made an ap pointment with the governor to meet Samuel Gompers, president of the A. F. of L. and several members of the federation's executive committee In Trenton. Norman E. Mack, chairman of the national Democratic committee, held a long conference with Governor Wil son during which the loyal support of the state organization and Tam many pledged to the governor and detailed plans of the coming campaign were discussed. HEAT IS FATAL TO 23. Torrid Wave Hits Hard in The East Scores are Prostrated. Chicago, July 10. — The hot wave which received a temporary check by Sunday's rain has returned, and the temperature rose from 71 to 85 de grees, accompanied by excessive pros trations, attributed to the heat, were reported to the police. New York. — A heat wave, accom panied by great humidity, h«s struck New York and according to the weath er bureau the city is likely to suffer for a considerable time. The mer cury jumped to 93 degrees, official. In some places street thermometers recorded it as 99. Fonur deaths were ascribed to the heat. Oppressive conditions continued Scores of heat prostrations were re ported. Boston. —Three deaths and 25 pro strations due to heat were reported in greater Boston. For the sixth con secutive day the official themometet registered over 90 degrees, the maxi mum being 94. Philadelphia.—Eleven deaths were reported to the coroner here as being due to excessive heat. Prostrations were nunS*rous, The maximum tem perature for the day was 95. This is the fifth day of the present fcoT wave. THE PICKERING HOTEL "THE BEST IN THE WEST" Henry Eggerl, Proprietor Electric Light, Steam Heat, Modern and Convenient; Good Food A New Addition is Now Almost Completed that Will be Equipped with Sample Room, Baths and Toilet SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING PUBLIC I Wibaux, Mont. Dunham Lumber I COMPANY New Yard, on North Side Your Patronage Solicited I |J. D. CULLEN, Manager LOW FARES -TO- HAMILTON, MONTANA JULY 8 TO 13 Account Eagles Convention. HAMILTON, JULY 11 TO 13 For this occasion the Northern Pacific will sell excursion tickets from all its stations in Montana to Hamilton at one and one third fare for the round trip on the certificate plan. Selling dateo will be July 8 to 13 and certificates will be honored for return trip July 11 to 15; provided the attendance is sufficient. The minimum fare will be 50c going, 25c returning. Convenient Service to and from Hamilton via Montana's Pio neer Line. B. D. McMASTERS, Agent Wibaux, Mont. Northern Pacific Ry. ARTHUR (i. PARSONS. WIBAUX, MONTANA M C a 111 e branded as s h o w n in (■ cut. Range IKa on Smith. 1 and Cotton- W____l^l. wood creeks. Horses brand- in i WOODBURN BROS. Trotters, No. Dak. wood creeks. Horses brand ed on left thigh UST" Cattle brand ed as shown in cut, Range on Boise and spring creeks Horsesl branded on left side, thus.