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Wibaux Eevator Co.
A Co-Operative Farmers Elevator. II. B. Hansen, Manager. - - Wibaux, Montana. Charges for Storage and Handling of Grain The charges for storage anil handling of train. except flax, including the cost of reoeiv ing, elevating, insuring and delivery, shall be i or the first fifteen days, or part thereof, two cents per bushel; and for each fifteen days or ; art thereof after the first fifteen days, one half cent per bushel; and for continuous a torn v e between t he fifteenth day of November and the fifteenth day of May following, not more than four cents per bushel. The rates for receiving, elevating, insuring and delivery and fifteen day s' storage of flax shall be four cents per bushel, and for denning ilnx two cents per bushel. The storage rates on flax after the first fifteen days shall be the same as on grain. We reserve the right to deliver this grain to the holder of this receipt at either Minne apolis or Duluth or at any elevator or warehouse operated by us in Montana on the line of railroad on which it was received, with the understanding that neither the holder of this receipt nor the warehouseman shall be benefit ted or injured by the difference in freight rates between the point of receipt and deliveiy of grain: the basis of the adjustment of freight rates being that of the rate from the point of receipt ia Minneapolis or Duluth, Any grain of the previous crop remaining undelivered on and after July 1st will he at owner's risk as to condition. All grain is at owner's risk of loss or damage from the elements roit, heating, the act of God. or anything whic h may in any way have been caused by the holder of this receipt. DEALERS IN DRAIN AND FEED MBWWBi CaSKaBT.. -S^SSS BSESSESBBBlSBBSMUSKtS ^B ^BS THE PICKERING HOTEL "THE BEST m THE WEST** .. Henry Egged, Proprietor .. Electric Light, Steam Heat, Modem and Convenient; Good Food The New Addition is Now Completed and if Is Equipped with Sample Room, Baths and Toilet SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING PUBLIC Wiba.u;:, Mont. SAVE YOUR MACHINERY! You are nearly through now with your farm machinery for the winter. Crops are harvested. Perhaps yours are $ nearly, if not all threshed. You are, at any rate, through with your binder and seeder. If you leave those machines out from now, until next season, they will be worth anywhere from $10 to $50 less than they are now and it won't cost much more to build a good shed in which to store them. Such a machine shed is not a big investment as it will make your machines last many years longer and keep them in much better shape so that you won't have to spend a day or two over-hauling them before they are ready to use. Come in and get enough lumber, cement and shingles or roofing to put up a good shed for your machines this fall. GEO HEATON LBR. CO. THE YARD OF QUALITY AND SERVICE WIBAUX, IABHTAHA Special Sale of CLOCKS, WATCHES & JEWELRY For a lmited time we will sell all Clocks, Watches and Jewelry at cost. Don't overlook this opportunity to get first class goods at low prices. ibaux Drug © Jewelry Company Phone No. 49 Wibaux, Mont. ADOLPHUS BUSCH. Millionaire St. Louis Brewer Passes Away in Germany. ADOLPHUS BUSCH IS DEAD St. Louis Brewer Succumbs to Dropsy in Germany. St. Louis, Oct. 11.—A telegram was received here announcing the death at Langenschwalbach, Germany, of Adolphus Busch, the multimillionaire brewer. .Mr. Busch had been a sufferer from dropsy for seven years.. His son August A., left here a few weeks ago to join him at his castle on the Rhine. Mr. Busch was seventy-six years old and the last of twenty-one chil dren. He is survived by a widow, two sons and live daughters. LAST ARTIFICIAL BARRIER IS GONE Waters of the Atlantic and Pa cific United. Panama, Oct. 10.—The Gamboa dike, which sprang into worldwide promi nence as tiie last artificial barrier to actual communication between the At lantic and Pacific oceans by the Pan ama canal, was rent in twain by the hand of President Wilson this after noon. Between three and four thousand persons from the cities of Panama and Colon and various sections of the ca nal /.one journeyed to the scene to wit ness the demolition of the barrier, and while the event of destroying the dike was spectacular to a degree and suc cessful in its every detail, some dis appointment was evinced because the entire dike was not destroyed. Complete demolition was not car ried out because of the fear that the concussion might damage the railroad trestle crossing the cut near the San Miguel locks. The two remaining sec tions will be dynamited at fu tions will be dynamited at some fu ture date. PICKET BAN BRINGS PEACE Supreme Court's Action Renewing In junction. Calumet, Mich., Oct. 10.—The effect of the continuance by the state su preme court of Circuit Judge O'Brien's injunction against picketing by copper mine strikers was evident in the ab sence of disorder of any kind. There was no picketing anywhere in the district, although parades, permit ted under the injunction, were held. Four men are now held by Sheriff Cruse in connection with the killing of Joseph Pollock, Jr., a deputy sher iff, by supposed strike sympathizers at Hurontown. A brother-in-law of Jo seph Manevich, who was shot in the stomach by Pollock during the attack on the deputy sheriff, was arrested. MISSIONARIES ARE RESCUED Were Being Held for Ransom by Chinese Bandits. Peking, Oct. 10.—The foreign mis sionaries, American and Norwegian, who have been in the hands of the bandits at Tsaoyang, have been res c ued. According to the advices re ceived here they have not been in jured. The captives included Rev. George Holm and Rev. Herman Fauske and his wife and child. They were being held for ransom, but Tsaoyang was surrounded by gov ernment forces and an attempt by the bandits to break through the cordon had already been repulsed. LET UNCLE SAM HELP! ■A YOU can do your banking by mail if you care to do so. Let Uncle Sam do the work when you are too busy. y> It is easier than going to the bank and just as safe and satisfactory. Send in your checks and drafts on othur banks. We will at once credit your account and mail you a duplicate deposit slip. Don't carry around checks waiting until you come to town. You may lose out. Get the money placed to credit promptly, where it is subject to your check. FIRST STATE BANK WAfbaux, THontana. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. * TiF 5 Allen's Drug Store we are now located in our new quarters in the Chappell block and we have stocked up with a fresh and new line of good drugs. WIBAUX, MONTANA C. M. ALLEN LUMBER Is our middle name. If you want to know anything about LUMBER --Ask Us DUNHAM LUMBER CO J. D. CULLEN, Manager (fiV A "Roll of Honor Bank" —IS THE— FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WIBAUX Of the 7,500 National Banks in the United States, only 1,300 occupy this proud position. . . "A place on the Roll of Honor is like a man's character— it is something money cannot buy—but is won by merit and worth alone." On these merits we solicit your business. Standard Is Giv ing Fine Service The Sunday Standard is print ing a series of highly interest ing articles by President Wilson on political topics of the day. The president calls them "Plain Talks to Plain People," and that is really what they are. Wheth er or not one accepts his opinions one cannot help admiring Mr. Wilson's clearness of thought, lucidity of expression, and strength of conviction. Wheth er he's a democrate, a republican or a progressive, a man who reads these papers rises with a clearer vision and a broader view of the subject treated. Some of Presi dent Wilson's forthcoming arti cles in the Suuday editions of the Anaconda Standard are intitled, "The Restoration of Freedom;" ' What is Progess?" "Goven ment a Living Thing;" Life i Comes from the Soil;" "The Parliment of the People;" "The W ay to Resume Is to Resume;" The Emancipation of a State;" The Emancipation of Business;" and "The Liberation of a Peopl's Vittal Engeries."