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The Wibaux Pioneer
Wibaux's Leading Newspaper RAY L. LINDNER, Editor PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY AT . . Wibaux, Montana . . SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year Months hree Months $1.60 1.00 0.50 Entered as second-class matter January 17. 1907 at the Post-olTice, at Wibaux. Montana, under the Act of Congress of March 3. 1879 Statement of Ownership, Management, Circulation, Etc. of the Wibaux Pioneer published weekly at Wi baux. Montana, required by the Act of August 24. 1912. Editor, Ray L. Lindner, Wibaux Mont. Managing Editor, ltay L. Lindner, Wibaux Business Manager. Ray L. Lindner. Wibaux Publisher, Ray L. Lindner. Wibaux, Mont. Owners. Ray L. Lindner and Mae E. Lindnei Wibaux, Mont., and W. A, Shear, Sentinel Buttt North Dakota. Known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more ct total amount of bonds, mortgages or any ether securities. First National Bank, Wibaux. Mont Ray L. Lindner. Sworn and subscribed before me this hth dry of October, 1913. F. H. Paige. Notary Public in and for the State of Mon tan: with residence at Wibaux. Montana. My com mission expires June 19, 1S16. BIG LINER BURNS IN MIDOCEAN Heavy Loss of Life on Atlantic. Mfsnri 't pS V. tf -1 .ESS GALLS HELP Ten Steamships Respond to Ap peals for Assistance and Save 500 Persons. ei-pool, Oct. 12.—The British steamship Volturno, Rotterdam for New York with 757 passengers and crew on board, burned in mid-Atlantic and 136 persons are missing, accord ing to a wireless dispatch from the Cunarder Carmania. The meager report said that the Vol turno, afire from stem to stern, was abandoned in latitude 48.2."), longitude 34.33, and burned to the water's edge. Only 521 of her passengers and crew were saved so far as the Carmania knew. The Carmania's wireless said tho fire broke out aboard the Volturno at 9:50 Friday morning. Ten steam ships responded to the Volturuo's wireless distress signals, but by the time they reached the doomed liner and stood by she had burned to the water's edge and her 521 survivor? were in lifeboats and rafts. The Volturno was owned by the Ca nadian Northern Steamship company, known as the Royal Mail line. She was under charter by tne Uranium company of Rotterdam. She was a twin screw steamship of 3,602 gross tonnage, built in 11)06. The vessels that went to the Vol turno's assistance and the survivors they have aboard are: Carmania, 11; La Touraine, 40; Minneapolis, 30; Rappahannock, 1!); I Gold Medal 1 FLOUR 1 For Sale Here Fresh and Wholesome Groceries W e handle a large assortment of all the leading brands of canned goods also a fresh line of staple and fancy groceries. We also handle Monarch the leading brand of flour, also cereals. Hurry now or your neighbor will get that Dinner Set ahead of You. Monarch FLOUR For Sale Here j Woodburn's Grocery Store. We deliv « r '° * u ^"" a ^ ^7 Wibaux, Montana. Czar, 102; Narragansett, 20; Devonia. 59; Kroonland, 90; Crosser Furst, 10a and Seidlitz, 36. The Volturno's passengers were mostly emigrants. She sailed from Rotterdam on Oct. 2 with twenty-four cabin passengers, 540 steerage and a crew of 193. Wireless Summons Aid. When the stirring S. O. S. of the sinking Volturno cracked out over the Atlantic the ensuing circumstances were notably different from those of the sinking of the Titanic a year and a half ago. Ten liners picked up the Volturno's distress signals and hur ried in her direction. The Carmania, La Touraine, Minneapolis, Rappahan nock, Czar, Narragansett, Crosser Furst. Davonia, Kroonland and Seid litz rushed full speed to the spot where the vessel went down and picked up the survivors, who were in lifeboats and rafts. Wireless reports from other vessels of the rescue fleet, transmitted by Captain Barr of the Carmania, agreed that 521 were rescued, but differed on the number of those lost, stating the number variously from 182 to 236 ami 323. The world got first word of the Vol turno disaster in a wireless message sent out by the Cunarder Carmania anu picked up by the wireless station here. The Carmania's first message was: "The steamer Volturno, bound from Rotterdam for Halifax and New York, with 600 emigrants on board, on fire and abandoned Friday night in lati tude 48.25 north, longitude 34.33 west —236 passengers missing." A fouled propeller is said to have caused the tire aboard the Volturno. Quickly the liner was ablaze from stem to stern. So rapidly did the fire spread that many of the steerage pas sengers were burned in their quarters. Captains of the rescue ships said some of them got to the Volturno before she went down. The Singing School Under the Auspices of The Low Holler Choral Union Homer Gaines. Secretary Timothy Hay, Treasuier Prof. P. Percerval Pippin, Teacher Members Enrolled Justin Style Hi Waters Timothy Hay Welland Strong A1 Falfar Homer Gaines Cy Furr Cal Amity Effa Vescent Sophy Cushing Eva Green Vera Swift Ima Kidd Ura Kidd Ann Sow forth Phyllis Tate Miss Elviry Ketchem Millard F. Travis Herbert J. Butman Clarence H. Chase Roy B, Chappell Loren J. Strong Paul Van Luchene Walter H. Bell Ernest C, Janke Merceline Jacobs Mary M, Smith * Ida Still Mrs. R. B. Walker Marie Catherine Rice Grace Rice Pansy M. Siekmeyer Mayme Burns Mrs, J. D. Cullen Committee on Awards Squire Crumps J. D, Cullen Mrs. Amanda Squeegee Mrs. Wilson Kimble Visitor Daacon Jones W, H, JackSon Singin' Teacher Prof. p. porciva! pippin Raymond B Walker THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "A Community Church with a Program." Sunday, October, 19th 10 O'clock, Sunday School. 11 O'clock, Morning Worship Sermon theme: ''The Value of a Surplus. " 7:30 O'clock Evening Sermon. All are welcome at this church. Raymond B. Walker, Minister JATHOLIC CHURCH On the 2nd and 4th Sundays early mass will be at 8 o'clock, and high mass at 10:30. On oth er Sundays at 8 o'clock. Catechism instruction every Saturday at 10:00 o'clock, and on 2nd and 4th Sundays after early mass. Rev. S. J. Cieslewicz ■ I UNCON SCIOUS Of the fact that she wears a corset, is the woman who pos sesses a KABO, the live model corset. Just as unconscious, as she is of her waist or any other part of her apparel. A K ABO corset will fit you perfectly, A Kabo corset will mold the lines of your natural form in accordance with pre sent fashions. A Kabo corset will supply the bodily support so essential to your general health. Don't you think it would be extremely wise to learn more of a KABO corset? There's a model particularly adaptable to your individual requirements, and it's to be had at a price well within your means. Our comfortable and well equipped corset department will assure of your visit proving pleasant and profitable. The W. A. Orgain Co. FARMERS CASH MEAT MARKET Weekly Bulletin Special for Threshers I Cut down your thresh by trad ing with the Farmers Cash Meat Market. i Best Pot Roast, beef.......15e lb I Home Rendered Lard......12c lb Home Grown Lamb, front quarter, per lb.........12 l-2c : Hind Quarter, per lb.........l ie i Best Sugar Cured Bacon, lb . .24c I B^st Sugar Cured Ham, lb. . .24c Full Cream Brick Cheese, lb..25c 11' resli Oysters on hand at all times Fresh Every Day All Pork Sausage..........15c lb j Wietmei'8.................15c lb Liver Sausage, 2 lbs for......25c ; Pig Pork Breakfast Sausage per lb.....................20c ' Bologna..................15c lb | Boiled Ham by whole ham of 3 j to 6 lbs. each............28c lb | We deliver to all parts of the city ! ai any time. The corn and potato show for which the N. P. offered prizes will be Ii3ld in the Davis hall on i Saturday November 1st. More details next week. j Bargains in Emer son farm machin |ery, ! 14 inch walking plows----#13.00 2 sec. 60 Tsteel harrows. .#12.50 3 sec 90 T steel harrows. .#18.50 1 4 sec 150 T harrows.....$25.00 14-16 inch disc harrow... .$30.00 16-16 inch disc harrow----$33.50 150 T wood comb harrow.$17.00 112 ft. Emerson hay rakes.$32.00 10 ft Acme hay rakes.... $28.00 , One 3 1-2 inch tire Newton wag ■ on at a bargain. j FOSS-ARMSTRONG HARDWARE CO Montana. Why let chilled fingers and a blue nose spoil the buckwheats and a cup of good coffee? You can have a warm dining room — cer tainly you can. Your fire never goes out in Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater Even the cheapest grade of coal put in the night before will be a mass of glowing coke in the morning, and will heat your rooms perfectly for two or three hours without a fresh supply. Burns anything—soft coal—hard coal -—lignite or wood. It is guaranteed. Come in and See It. 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