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An Individual
DINNER SET
FREE
We will give to every family
that trades at our store a V ien
na imported Crown set of fine
dishes.
This CHINA SET is imported direct from Vien
na. Decoration: the CLINGING ROSE, by
the world famous artist of Vienna.
A 100-piece set of this beautiful ware would
cost at least $75.00 and it is possible for every
home that trades with us to receive one FREE
as we place this offer within reach of everyone.
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BUNKER'S CASH GROCERY
Call and Learn Particulars
I'REE with $30.oo in trade or
with $10.oo in trade and the
small cash payment of $l.oo to
cover freight and the import
charges.
You can hardly afford to
let this exceptional
offer slip by.
BUNKER'S "CASH GROCERY
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The Doings of Yourselves and Others About the City
Interest to Us One and All.
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8 LOCAL RESUME ... B
J. S. Tyrell was a visitor in the
city from the south on Tuesday.
Do it now! Order your Xmas
suit of J. H. Bernhardt, adv.
Theodore Goodroad made final
proof before the local commiss
ioner in this city on Wednesday
of this week.
Frank Boyce returned from
Beach Tuesday evening where
he had been assisting his father'
during threshing.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Lindner
were at Miles City the latter!
part of last week. They return
ed Saturday evening.
The M. E. Ladies' Aid met at
the home of Mrs. Ben Byrns on
Thursday of this week and all
report an enjoyable time.
A winsome little daughter
weighing ten pounds arrived at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. V.
Cowee on Monday evening Nov
ember 18th.
The N. P. Railway company
have built a new sidewalk under
the viaduct and it certainly im
proves the walking for those on
the north side.
R. M. Stoddard, traveling
salesman for Wyman, Partridge
Co., of Minneapolis, was in the
city Tuesday showing the ad
vance spring styles.
John W. Cornforth, Elias W.
Cornforth and Thomas W. Davis
made final proof before Com
missioner Williamsonin this city
on Monday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Douhit
returned Monday evening from
Chicago and Milwaukee, where
Mr. Douhit had his eye treated.
He reports that his eye gives
him no trouble now.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Burns left
last Friday evening for Minne
apolis where Mr. Burns will con
sult a specialist. Mr. Burns
has not been feeling well lately
and as a doctor at that city treat
ed him some time ago and he
obtained some relief, he decided
to go there again. His many
friends in this city will hope for
his speedy recovery.
Rev. R. B. Walker left Wed
nesday evening for Beach where
he was called to assist at Union
Evangelistic services which are
being held at that place. He
expects to be gone about ten
days but will be home in time to
hold services a week from Sun
day. Rev. Thomilson will con
duct services at the Congrega-;
tional church this coming Sun
day.
Don't forget the big turkey
supper and dance, Nov. 28th.
Joe Bernhardt was a Beach
visitor between trains Monday
evening.
Just received a carload of can
ned fruits, vegetables, etc., at
Bunker's Cash Grocery.
Paul VanLuchene returned
Sunday morning from a business
trip down on the Milwaukee.
Mike Ryan, John Baird and E.
Stockstill were at Glendive Mon
day and took out their second
papers.
For sale:—Two carloads of
horses. Some broke and some
unbroke. Inquire of J. M.
Wakefield.
Rev. Adams arrived in the
city Saturday evening and Sun
day held services in the M. E.
church.
Don't neglect to order your
Xmas suit. Place your order to
day with J. H. Bernhardt, the
Wibaux tailor. ad<\
"Dad" Wills has been on the
sick list the most of this week,
but at this writing he seems to
be improving.
Mrs. F. H. Paige and the
Misses Mamie and Agnes Burns
were Beach visitors between
trains Monday evening.
If you happen to know of an
item of news it will be appreciat
ed if you will hand it into this
office. We want the news and
will publish it.
F. J. Stipek left Monday eve
ning for Billings where he will
look after the threshing on his
land near that city. He expects
to be gone several days.
Don't overlook the big turkey
supper given by the Ladiei Alter
Society on Thanksgiving even
ing. There will also be a dance
and a good time for all.
J. M. Hughes, of Helena,
traveling express auditor, was
in the city last Friday checking
up the local office. He left that
evening for points further west.
The ten day old son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Shibley of the
Big Beaver neighborhood, died
last week Wednesday. The
funeral and burial was held in
Wibaux, Thursday. Rev. R. B.
Walker in charge,
Harry Fearnall and Ben Leval
ley were down from Miles City
on Tuesday. They left their
auto here just before election
and came down to take it home.
They left via the auto for that
city Tuesday afternoon.
P & O Plows!
Don't forget that we carry the P ^ 0 Diamond Gangs
and Sulky and P <& 0 Disc Plows. We also have
the "Best Ever" Gangs and Sulky Plows.
The Best That's Made
Waterloo Gas Engines
And Fe ed Grinders
Manite Bob Sleighs
In a short time Bob Sleighs will be in order and you
should remember we ha.ve a fine Line to choose from.
Come In and Look Them Over To=day.
Wakefield Rife,
WIBAUX,
MONTANA
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lu'Suy Satisfactory Bang* ~
Is the Old Cook Stove a Burden?
V> hy not dismiss the drudgery from your kitchen? Why
not use a range that will save time—money—labor—and
that has all modern conveniences and advantages? Why
not use a range that will save enough fuel to eventually pay
for itsell ? The Monarch Malleable Range will do this and
more. Y ou can better afford to buy a Monarch than to keep
using that old cook-stove with its constant waste of fuel—
ot time—of labor—with its toll of disappointments and dis
couragements. The Monarch is always satisfactory.
Come in today and let us show you this remarkable stove
AT THE BIG HARDWARE STORE ON THE CORNER
Crescent Hardware Co.
Statement of the Ownership. Mauagement,
Circulation, Etc.-.
of The Wibaux Pioneer published weekly at Wi
baux. Montana, required by the Act of August
■i 4, lwh»,
Editor, Ray I.. Lindner, Wibaux, Mont.
Managing- Editor, Ray L. Liudner, U ibaux,
Montana.
Business Manager. Ray L. Lindner, Wibaux,
Montana.
Publisher, Ray L, Lindner, Wibaux, Mont.
Owners, Kane & Shear
Known bondholders, mortgagees and other
security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of
total amount of bonds, mortgages or other
securities:
First National Bank, Wibaux, Montana.
Ray L. Lindner
subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th day
of October. 191 J, p, A. Fischer
Notary Public in and for the State of Montana
with residence at Wibaux, Montana. My com
mission ezpires Sept. 19th. 1914.
Farmers' Elevator Co.
Wibaux, Montana.
Highest Market Prices Paid for Grain
G. A. FOX, MANAGER

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