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LOC AL R ESUME... % The Doings of Yourselves and Others About the City of 3 Interest to Us One and All. 3 Subscribe for the Pioneer today] E. II. Roberts was in fiieinlive For kitchen chairs read Foss- ^ ie *' rs ^ ^' e wee L Armstrong Hardware Co.'s Ad. j Arthur Parsons was a Glendive See 0. S. Drake before you| v * s ^ or " ie °f Hie WHe k. *) % contract for ice this season. Adv. John Sarturi was a Glendive visitor the first of the week. Commissioner Faltermeyer was a Glendive visitor the first of the week. W ill Crawford was in the city of Glendive the first of the week. If you are in the market for furniture read the Foss-Arm strong Hardware Co.'s Ad. Mrs. Bazell, of Yates, was a Wibaux visitor the first of the week. L. H. Page of G leudive, was visiting friends in the city of Wi baux the first of the week. We can make any kind of pic tures upon pillowtops. See us. Presthus Studio Adv. Mrs. Eugene Miller from north of town, wqs a Glendive visitor the first of the week. Attorney E. F. Fisher wap a business visitor at Glendive the first of the week. For loans on good mortgage security call on Fisher <21 Johnson over First National Bank, Wibaux Montana. Stephen J. Lehi was a busi ness visitor at Glendive the first of the week. County Attorney doe Slattery of Glendive was in the city the first of the week attending to busi ness matters. Harvey McKenzie spent last Sunday visiting on his big farm south of town. He also visited with his parents until evening. When you want a delicious dish of ice cream visit the Royal Cafe where Ive's famous ice cream is served.—Adv. W. D McKinnon and family left for Conrad, Mont, the last of last week to visit with Mrs. McKinnon's parents. They ex pects to be gone about six weeks. Came to my place April, 17th one sorrel stud not branded, weight about 1200 lbs., owner can have property by paying for this Ad. and other expenses. Inquire of W. O. Fletcher, Edgehill, Montana. Last week we neglected to credit Rev. Walker with the art icle which he wrote, but it was a mistake on our part, and we are sure that the Pioneer readei * knew that it was written by him. Rev. Walker's articles are great ly enjoyed by all of our readers. F. H. Bingenheimer, represen ting the International Harvester Co., was calling on the local trade here Tuesday and Wednes day. He reports that the crops near Bismarck and Mandan are looking bad and stated that the crops around here had anything beat he has yet seen While Mrs. Rasmus Lihen and son, Hans, were milking last Fri day morning their home was struck by lightning but they never knew of this fact until some time later when taking the milk into the house they discov ered the kitchen in dames. They finally put the fire out as it had not gotten a good start but it was certainly lucky that they went to the house at the time ] If you need beds look over the j Foss-Armstrong Hardware Co.s i Ad. J. A. Hawks was a Wibaux visitor Thursday of this week. The Wibaux "500" Club meets with Mrs. Geo. Scarlet on Wed nesday of next week. Father W'alpers of Beach was in the city Wednesday between trains visiting friends. We now handle the famous Ive's ice cream and it is the best there is. Royal Cafe.—Adv Seed Rye for Sale:—About 800 bushels of winter rye seed grown on summer fallow ground. Price 50 cents per bushel. J. A. Hawks. Adv. The M. E. Ladies Aid met at the Episcopal Church Thursday of this week. An initial lunch was served and all had a good time. Came to my place about Jan uary, 20th, one bay colt, two years old, unbranded. R. W. Miller, SE 1-4, section 18. Look up the Foss-Armstrong Hardware Co.'s Ad. and see what they have to say in regard to dressers.—Adv. The Bridge Whist Club met with Mrs. W. A. Bell at the P. A. Fischer home Friday of last week. All present had an en joyable time. Wanted—200 acres of plowing done, half cash and the other half to be paid with horses. The plowing must lie six inches deep. Leave vonr best, otter at tins office. Church Notes JATHOLIC CHURCH ()n the 2nd and 4th Sundays early mass will be at 8 o'clock, and high mass at 10:30. * On oth er Sundays at S o'clock. Catechism instruction every Saturday at 10:00 o'clock, and on 2nd ami 4th Sundays after early mass. Rev. S. J. Cieslewioz THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH ''A Community Church with a Program." Sunday, July, 27th, 10 O'clock, Sunday School. 11 O'clock, Morning Service. Sermon theme; "The Church At Work." The Minister's first anniversary sermon. 8:00 O'clock Evening Sermon Subject: "The Welcoming Christ" The public is cordially invited to attend these services. We otter a bright, attractive and brief ser vice, The Church is delightfully cool Sunday evenings, electric fans being employed. The people are friendly. This is not a sectarian Church. A recent survey demon strated the fact that representa tives of thirteen different denomi nations compose the congregation. The message is liberal and deals with the fundamentals.* We in vite tiie public to help us fulfill our ideal of "A Community Church With a Program." We are still giving the genuine Austrian china Individual dinner sets with $30 in tra.de coupons or $10 in coupons and $1 in cash. Don't fail to get in on this offer your neigh bors are all taking advantage of it. Clean Wholesome Groceries Fresh fruits and Vegetables Prices that are Right Bunker's Cash Grocery We Deliver the Goods. : 'Phone 73 Furniture act Retail! To Buyers of Furniture of All Grades and Kinds SAY, mark it well, that we will NOT ONLY MEET, BUT BEAT, any printed bargains or bait quotations, any shape or style, quantity or quality, price for price. In other words, we will guar antee to sell you a general bill of furn iture at a less average cost than you can buy it elsewhere. We are in a position to do it—no extra help—no ex tra buildings—no extra expense. We have just recei ved some nice A Rockers, Beds and Kitchen Cabinets & Call in and see them -no trouble to show Crescent Hardware Co. "The Big Hardware Store on the Corner" WIBAUX, ... MONTANA.