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Bring Us Your Grain
Highest Market Prices Paid. F armers Elevator G. A. Fox, Manager Wibaux, - Montana.. Co. £39 City Livery and Dray Line " The Farmers' Headquarters " DAN SUTHERLAND, Prop. Keep Cool! Ice delivered to any part of the city every morn ing; Draying and Team Work of all kinds promptly done. CALL PHONE NO. 16 Wibaux, Montana Advetise in the Pioneer for Results. THE OCCIDENT ELEVATOR COMPANY E. N. WELKER, Manager. Charges for Storage and Handling of Grain The charges for storage and handling of grain, except flax, including the cost of receiv injr. elevating-, insuring and delivery, shall be. j or the first fifteen days, or part thereof, two cents per bushel; and for each fifteen days or part thereof after the first fifteen days, one half cent per bushel; and for continuous storage between the fifteent h day of November and the fifteenth day of May following, not more thin four cents per bushel. The rates for receiving, elevating, insuring and delivery and fifteen days' storage of flax shall be four cents per bushel, and for cleaning tiax two cents per bushel, the storage rates on flax afrer 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 01 warchnu: 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 benelitt-d or injured by flic difference in freight rates between the point of receipt and deliver-. of grain; the basis of the adjustment of freight rates being that of the rate from the point of receipt vO Minneapolis or Duluth, Any grain of the previous crop remaining undelivered on and after July 1st will be 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 which may in any way have been caused by the holder of this receipt. Highest Market Prices Paid for Crain materials used ift brewing EUEHBRJUl Are submitted to skilled fteeirvnologists for exa.m* mention, arvd a lysis, *K\is insuring absolute < purity an,d cleanliness rewii)3 LaCrosse Wis. C. E, WARD, STATE AGENT, GLENDIVE, MGNTANA. Subscribe for tbe Pioneer To-day Bring the folks at home a welcome treat Peerless Tops off the day's work—makes life a 1 % joy. Careful brew D661" * ng an< * a 8>ng gives it an uneqalled richness of flavor, a creamy mellowness and wholesome purity to Gund's Peerless Beer. John Gund Brewing Co. LaCros3c, Wis. Sciiuett & Stockstill, Wholesale Agents, Wibaux, Montana ■ TIMOTHY L. WOODRUFF. Dies From Paralytic Stroke Suffered Two Weeks Ago. Photo @ by American Press Association. TIMOTHY WOODRUFF IS DEAD Noted New York Politician a Victim of Paralysis. New York, Oct. 13.—Timothy L. Woodruff, former lieutenant governor of New York state, is dead. He had lain in a critical condition for nearly two weeks after having been stricken with paralysis while addressing a Pro gressive party rally in this city. He was fifty-five years old. Mr. Woodruff rallied for a time from his lirst attack and hopes were enter tained of his recovery. Mr. Woodruff joined the Republican party and as a Republican lie was an active political figure in New York state for nearly thirty years and, un til a year ago when he left that party and joined the Progressives, his name was m arly always to be found on the roll of Republican national, state and city conventions. GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago. Oct. 13.—Wheat—Dec., 85%e; May, !• 1 'W. Corn—Dec., tiSM/c; May, 70M: &'70%c. Oats—Dec.., 40%e; May, 44c. Pork -.Tan., $11).57; May, $t!!.r»7. Rutter Creameries, 2S@2!)e. Eggs—25c. Poultry—Hens, 13c; springs, 15c. South St. Paul Live Stock. South St. Paul, Oct. 13.—Cattle— Steers, $15.305/S.Ot); cows and heifers, $4.505/ 7.00; calves, $firstname.lastname@example.org; feed ers, $4.3011 7.40. Hogs—$email@example.com. Sheep—Shorn lambs, $5.00(7/0.S5; shorn wethers, $4.00(7/4.25; shorn ewes. $2.50(7/ 4.00. Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, Oct. 13. Wheat—On track and to arrive. No. 1 hard. StH/ic; No 1 Northern, $5%c; No. 2 Northern, 83%5/ 83 :< 4c; Dec., 8474<$84%c; May, S9%57 89Vie. Flax -On track and to arrive, $1.41; Oct., $1.80; Nov., $1.40; Dec., $1.88; May, $1.13. Minneapolis Grain. Minneapolis, Oct. 18.- Wheat Deo,. 83%<7<-84c; May. $»%«•. Cash close on track; No. 1 hard, SO'/jc; No. 1 Northern, 84<?/'Stic; to arrive, 844/ ,85c; No. 2 Northern, 82518 lc; No. 3 NOTICE I will pay a reward of $10.00 fori the recovery of a three-year old heifer branded jgffgglon right hip M. J. Ryan, Wibaux, Mont, Announcement! We wish to annonce to the public that before Odt. 15th, we will be open for business with a full equipment of the be^t mo dern machinery, and will be able to do almost anything in the line of eugine building etc., such as cylinders, gas or £team re bored or ground; pistons made to order, any kind; rings, any size; brass foundry, alumium and brass castings; gears, spur or bevel cut by cycloidal system; bushings, bronze or babbitt; blacksmithing; patterns, wood or metal; etc..... Write or Phone Us for anything you may need before sending for any repairs, no matter what kind. Geo. M. StocKwell Company, BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA. THE 'Royal' Cafe Finest Meals And Service Cigars, Confections Ice Cream MRS. ELLA MAHON Proprietress Wibaux, - Montana I^ ra k e is uow tbe agent ^ or Hughs Oil Co., nhd just as soon as possible a station will bt, located here. In the meantime he will have a limited supply on hand at his barn.