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J. C. KINNEY ELEVATOR CO.
We have purchased the Elevator North of the tracks to accommodate those living North and we can assure you of courteous treat' ment and honest dealings at our Elevators. Bring Us Your Grain. Round Trip HOME VIST 10R.S Excursion Fares East October 9, November 9-23 and 25, Decern her 2 Frorr all points in Montana to points in Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Kansas. Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois and Colo rado. NOW is the time to visit the old home. Go early and stay for the holidays. Tickets sold in October and November bear final return limit January 31, 1913. Tic kets sold in December return limit is February 28, 1913 — 10 days going limit on all. Stop overs allowed. (Novem ber 9 tickets will be on sale to St. Paul-Minnepolis only.) FROM to m St. Paul Mil waukee Chicago Peoria St. Louis Wibaux} $31.00 $42.00 $45:10 $45.80 $52.60 Corresponding fares to many other points in the states a bove mentioned. Three splendid through trains daily to St. Paul-Minneapolis with connections for Duluth-Superior two of them through to Chicago, one via Milwaukee. One daily via Billings to St. Louia, Kansas City, Omaha and Denver. Through Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Coaches on all. Dining car service that is famous on this "Route of the Great Big Baked Potato." Call on B. D. McMasters, Agent Northern Pacific Railway J. E. Spurling, General Agent, Billings A. M. Cleland, General Passenger Agent. St. Paul Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing! All work done in a satisfactory manner and guaranteed to please. Bring your clothes to me. My Prices are Right...... NICK WAGNER, JR,, Wibaux, Mont. The 0. S. Drake Dray Line And General Feed Stables MAIL SERVICE TO TROTTERS: Leaves Wibaux Monday's and Friday's 8:00 O'clock A. M. Returning on Tuesday's and Saturday's 4:00 O'clock P. M. We Carry Passengers. Phone No. 21 - - Wibaux, Montana If you are in the market for lumber and building material, be sure and call at this "yard of service and quality" and get our esti mate before deciding. We have the material on hand and our prices are right. Estimates gladly given no matter how large or small the building is to be. Geo. Heaton Lumber Co. General Contractor... Frame, Brick and Cement Work. Farmers Wants Promptly Attended To. SEE ME BEFORE YOU BUILD W. J. CLEARMAN, Phone No. 22 - - Wibaux, Montana. FIERCE ASSAULT ON TURK LINES _ Bulgarians Resume General At tack at Tchatalja. PEACE NEGOTIATIONS FAIL Indications Are Object of Bulgaria Is to Hasten Turkey's Acceptance of tho Allies' Terms. London, Nov. 18.—Negotiations for an armistice have failed and the Bul garians opened an attack against the Turks all along the Tchatalja lines. The heavy artillery duel eontinuel throughout the day. It appeared to be a Bulgarian prep aration for an infantry attack. The Turkish fleet participated vigorously in the defense at the Marmora end lines and presumably Turkish war ships assisted at the Black Sea end also. Nazim Pasha, the Turkish com mander-in-chief, in a dispateh claims to have repulsed the Bulgarian attack and destroyed three Bulgarian bat teries. The dispatch follows: "The battle which commenced with an attack by Bulgarian infantry lasted until one hour after sunset. The en emy, who advanced chiefly facing our right wing and our center, was re pulsed by our infantry and artillery fire. Three Bulgarian batteries a ere destroyed." All through the day the sound of the heavy guns, booming distantly, was heard in Constantinople. It ceased only with darkness. In the afternoon the wind shifted and it seemed for a time as though the battle had ended, but again the booming was heard and the move ment of troops could be observed not far from the very gates to the capital. A detachment of several thousand from the Tchatalja lines was replaced by fresh troops who had been held in reserve near the city. No news of the battle has been re ceived as yet from Sofia and no in formation as to the strength of the forces engaged on either side. Battle Ceased at Nightfall. Nazim Pasha's headquarters are near the Hademkeui railway station. According to latest reports the battle ceased with nightfall. The resumption of hostilities is not regarded as indicating collapse of peace negotiations, but rather as a means to hasten Turkey's acceptance of the allies' terms by proving her complete helplessness, or, as one cor respondent phrased it. "to establish an accomplished fact before making further communications." The Bulgarian government organ. Mir, reverts to the subject of peace and plainly intimates that the allies are prepared to consider the question of an alliance with Turkey, provided the latter promptly accepts their terms, which would give Turkey the opportunity of welding her territories Into a modern state and making friends of her conquerors. The Balkan states clearly have in mind the formation of such an alli ance as would be able to defy Euro pean interference in the disposition of the spoils of war. Every day brings fresh dispatches recording the terrible spread of chol era. It now is stated that there are 1,000 cases daily, with a mortality of 60 per cent, while the Turkish authori ties are impotent to take any meas ures to prevent its further spread. This being the case it still is doubted whether the Bulgarians will risk the danger of a march on Constantinople. It is therefore believed that hostilities have been resumed in order fo hurry the porte's acceptance of whatever terms the allies dictate. RELATE SIMILAR STORIES Three Accused Gunmen Testify In Their Own Behalf. New 1 ork, Nov. 15.—In the pictur esque language of the Bowery three of the p ,'nmen on trial for the actual murder *.? the gambler, Herman Ro senthal, gave on the witness stand the version of the slaying which they hope will win them acquittal. In stories which fitted together per fectly, and in some parts proved al most literal repetition, the three gun men accused Bridgie Webber, Harry Vallon and a mysterious "stranger" of firing the shots that killed the gambler; themselves they pictured as Innocent bystanders, lured there by Bald Jack Rose. Dago Frank, the fourth gunman, they all testified, was not on the scene at alL Old Charcoal Burner. The charcoal burner may still bo found, and that within 30 miles of Lon don. This writer knows a charcoal burner who has cafried on his ancient trade for 40 years In Surrey and Sus sex. You come suddenly upon tho piled dome of fine earth on hearth or In woodland and n*ar It 1 b his neatly constructed hut of withes, fern and heather, with Its rough corner posts and little door. , There he lives during tho whole pe riod of the calcining process, keeping a sharp lookout to see that Inquisitive passersby do not push an Injuring stick into the mound which might re sult In a sudden burst of flame and the ruin of that particular lot of wood. This ma nis his own master; he knows his markets and he makes a decent living. A curious, solitary life—but he knows all about the birds.—London Chronicle. Protection. "Women who are alone in a flat all day take many precautions to insure safety," a gas collector said. "One way that I learned the other day made me feel rather foolish. When I went into the kitchen to read the meter the mistress of the flat stepped to the telephone and said; " 'It's all right, Central. It's only the gas man.' "Of course, she was under no obli gations to explain that cryptic allusion to myself, but she did it voluntarily. " 'Every time the doorbell rings when I am here alone,' she said, 'I take the receiver off the hook and leave the telephone open before I go to the door, so that if I should have occasion to scream they could hear ma at headquarters and send somebody to my assistance.' "To utilize the telephone company as a private detective bureau struck me as nervy, but I have since learned that a lot of lone women resort to that plan with satisfaction to all con cerned," Tanning, Robes, Coats. Send us your hides, skins *nd furs, and we will tan, dress and make up just as you order the most satisfac tory robe or coat you ever owned. Our tanning process is wind, water and moth proof. Our coats are one piece, good lining, leather und^r arms, wind excluders in sleeves. Our robes are square, double border with no extra charge, best plu>h lining. We employ only skilled workmen. Satisfaction guaranteed. Send for our new price list Furs, Coats, Robes Repaired. Complete Glove Factory in connection. Foster Robe & Tanning Co. 1610 5th St. S. E. Minneapolis, - Minn. N. V. TYRRELL, Licensed Auctioneer and General Farm Salesman Leave Dates at Pioneer Office or write me at Wibaux, Mont. ARTHUR G. PARSONS. WIBAUX, MONTANA tattle branded as s h o w n in cut. Range o n Smith, and Cotton wood creeks, Horses brand- n |M ed on left thigh fi-sT" Uu WOODBURN BROS. Trotters, No. Dak. Cattle brand ed as shown in cut, Range on Boise and spring creeks Horsesl branded on left side, thus. $10.00 REWARD For one brown saddle horse, weight 1,050, branded 39 , blotch ed on left shoulder. 125.00 re ward for conviction of any per son using or holding this horse. DAN SUTHERLAND F. J. STIPEK Manultcturrr of and Dealer in Harness and Saddlery, Brid les, Collars, Whipr, Fur Robes, Etc. Men's Furn ishings, Boots and Shoes. I pay highest cash prices for hides, pelts and furs. Wibaux, - - Montana. LET ME CRY YOUR SALES SATISFACTION GUARANTEED! Graduate of the largest auc tion school in the world. SEE ME FOR DATES I. A. SENEY WIBAUX, - - MONT. THE 'Royal* Cafe Finest Meals And Service Cigars, Confections Ice Cream MRS. ELLA MAHON Proprietress Wibaux, - Montana