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The Wibaux Pioneer
Wibaux's Leading Newspaper
RAY L. LINDNER, Editor
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT
. . Wibaux, Montana . .
Entered as second-class matter January 17,1907
at the Post-office, at Wibaux, Montana, under
the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879
The main who seeks business to
day must of necessity lie consis
tent in his methods of securing it:
his advertisiin' must conform to
his general store methods and one
of the prime essentials is that he
shall advertise with regularity that
his patrons may understand his ad
vertising to lie intended for their
convenience as well as for his own
()ne of the first principles of ad
vertising is that it may suggest ac
tion and no merchant wants spas
modic action on ttie part of his pa
trons. He does not want to main
tain a large sales force for the sake
of one days business; nor does he
wish to maintain a force too small
to properly conduct his business.
That advertising plan which main
tains the equation between the
two problems is the only proper
method of advertsing a business.
Steady advertising is tlie only
insurance ot steady business, and
by the same token spasmodic ad
vertising cannot tie expected to
maintain a level volume of tiusi
ness. The advertisement of today
that takes up the thread of yester
day's story and continues it on to
other days, is liie advertising that
most, surety spells profitable re
A pleasant surprise party was
given at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. David Baird of Hodges last
Sunday. Five buggies arrived
at nine oclcck.
A picnic dinner and supper was
served on the lawn. Ice cream
and lemonade was served to the
guest in the afternoon, then, all
drove thru the bad land injoying
rhe beautiful scenery. The teams
commenced to leave about half
past six, all enjoyed a most
Those present were as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hazelton
and daughter Thelma. Mr and
Mrs. Hugh Baird. Mr. am! Mrs.
•John Baird and son Robert, Sim
on Hazelton, Henry Dunlap
Miss Lizzie Lonn.v, -Miss Mar
garet Hazelton, Robert Baird,
THE M. E. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC
Contributed by Mrs. C. \V. Reed who is visiting at the hake home
file M. E. Sunday School gave a grand picnic,
And all the dear children invited,
Altho they were scattered all over the town
I think not a member was slighted.
rhe number that came was a hundred and forty,
The dinner was sumptious and splendid
And merriment filled every moment of time
Until the picnic was ended
The base ball game was both funny and good
The playing was quite out of sight
The wee little umpire was on to his job
And all his decisions were right.
Then there were races for little and big,
On one. two and three legs they ran
Then back to the shade of the trees they ail went,
And were served with ice cream again.
The picnic is over, hurrah for our homes
And to Sunday School we will all hi.
With another big picnic for nineteen fourteen
So now we will bid you good bye.
Too Late For Last Week.
Mr. Chas. Klutti is ili with the
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Goodroad
and family visited Saturday after
noon and Sunday at Mrs. Good
road's sister's, Mrs. Eddie Hutch
Albert Lelmen and Ids cousins
Mr. and Mrs. doe Humeral took
an auto trip to Circle, to spend
the Fourth of July and to visit rel
atives 1 here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Smith and
family visited at Mr. Kbit Li's Sun
day. Mrs. Smith's son expects
to stay until Mr. Klutti is able to
do Ids own Work.
Slow but sure, is the maxim,
congratulations are extended to
Mr, and Mrs. E. Smith, Mr, and
Mrs. I. A. Senev, Mr. ami Mrs.
S. C. Waller and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Fl itch. We wish them a
long tile tilled with happiness.!
Mr. John Henning lias sold all
his property here to Mr. Martin,
formerly of Joliet, 1
ning and family expect to leave ai
once for Oklahoma which was
their home before coming here,
The neighbors will all he sorry to
see them leave.
BACK ON THE OLD JOB
B. D. McMasters, 0111' genial
depot agent arrived home on
Tuesday evening after a most
enjoyable trip through Canada!
and the United States. Mrs.
McMasters and their daughter!
accompanied him and when they
reached St. Paul Mrs. McMasters
and daughter left for New York
Boston and other points in the
east where they will visit for!
some time yet. Mr. Masters'
stated that crops in the States
were looking fine generally!
while those up in some parts of!
Canada would hardly amount to
very much. He reports a most
pleasant trip and his many'
friends in this city are glad to
see him back at his old places
again. He commenced his duties
on Thursday morning.
This country has been blessed
with nice showers most every
day this week, all of which tell
the story that a bumper crop
can he looked for this fall.
S. B. Chappell is spending a
few days in the city having ar
rived from Miles City Friday
morning. Mr. Chappell recent-'
ly purchased an interest m the
former Clark Horse Sales Co..
of that city.
Open For Business!
WE ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS IN
the south end of the Burkholder building
and we will appreciate a call from you. We as
sure you of honest dealings, fair prices and
courteous treatment. Yours for the best
We will make a specialty of nice home made
sausage of ail kinds. Fresh and Salt Meats and
in fact everything handled in a first-class shop.
A fair trial is all we ask for we are sure that you
will be pleased with our meats and our prices.
FARMERS' CASH MARKET
Adolph Zimmerman, Proprietor
WIBAUX, = ■ MONTANA.
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l Your father and your father's father I
1 will tell you that *
has been good since years before the
war. An honest product of the soil.
Wholesome, healthful, unequalled in purity and
delicious flavor. Ideal for the home table during
the summer. Your dealer will keep you supplied.
John Gund Brewing Co.
La Crosse, Wisconsin
W. 0. SCHUETT
l WHOLESALE DEALER
Fred Zopii was in this vicinity
Mrs. Oscar Blyton is expected
i oine this week.
Mr. Laird and family spent Sun
day at 1. O. Seney's.
Mr. Mis. 1. D. Riniel visited at
Lewis Webber's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Seney spent
Sun lay at Carry Stairs. 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Woods
j s l iel1 ^ Sunday at Mr. Manning s.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Waller
were Wibaux slioppejs last Satur
J. R. Wood ana son .1 ohti were
transacting business in Wibaux
Frank Hamaker ami family visit
ed near Gltmdive the fore-part of
Woodvilie was well represented
at the \ ellowstone River last week
among the visitors were Mr. and
Mrs. Trottman and daughter Doris
Mr. ami Mrs. S. C. Waller, Mr.
and Mrs. I. A. Seney. Misses Lot
tie, Della and Stella Woods, Miss
Anne Parslow, Messers Johnand
George Woods, Dan and Celia
Seney, Hubert and Ed VVebder,
\ erle ami George Laird, Clarence
Ash, Esther and Edwin Woodard,"
Merviu Cowee. Big time reported