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Wibaux Eevator Co.
A Co-Operative Farmers Elevator. H. B. Hansen, Manager. - - Wibaux, Montana. Charges for Storage and Handling of Grain The charges for storage and handling of grain, except flax, including the cost of receiv ing. elevating, insuring and delivery, shall be lor the tirst 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 t lie 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 days' storage of flax shall be four cents per bushel, and for cleaning flax two cents per bushel. The storage rates on flax afrer the first fifteen days shall he 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 o 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. DEALERS IN AND FEED THE PICKERING HOTEL "THE BEST IN THE WEST" .. Henry Eggert, Proprietor .. Electric Light, Steam Heat, Modern and Convenient; Good Food I The New Addition is Now Completed and it Is Equipped with Sample Room, Baths and Toilet SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING PUBLIC Wiba-ux, Mont. i You have planned several cement improvements for the year. If you haven't got them finished, don't delay them another day, Let something else go, if necessary, and get the cement work done before the cold weather catches you. It won't tie long in arriving. We've got a large stock of fresh cement on hand ready for late orders and can furnish anything from a sack to a carload and guarantee it fresh and the very best brands. Just a few suggestions ns to equipment that you really ought to have: A stable floor by all means and of course, you want walks from house to barn and from house to road. If you are having difficulty with muddy barn yard or muddy driveway, iry putting in cement. It is being used in a great many parts of the country and very successful,y. It is easy to put in and very inexpensive. GEO HEATON LBR. CO. THE YMO PF QUALITY AHa SE RVICE WIBAUX, MONTANA Special Sale of CLOCKS, WATCHES & JEWELRY For a lmited time we will sell all Clocks, Watches and Jewelry at cost. Oon't overlook this opportunity to get first class goods at low prices. ibaux Drug ® Jewelry Company Phone No. 49 Wibaux, Mont. GOVERNOR IS OUSTED Sulzer Removed by Vote of 43 to 12. DROPS FOUR ARTICLES High Court Unanimously Ruins Out Last Halt of the Charges. Albany, N. y„ Oct. IS.—William Sulzer is no longer governor of the state of Now York. The high court ot impeachment, by a vote of 43 to 13, has removed him from office. Senator Wende and Judge Cullen ex cused themselves from voting. The proposal to disqualify Sulzer from ever again holding a place of honor or trust in the state was voted down unanimously with the exception that Judge Cullen again did not vote. I'rior to the vote on his disqualifi cation and removal the last four ar ticles of the impeachment charges, a, C, 7 and S, unanimously were voted out. Martin il. Glynn of Albany, the acting governor, became governor. Robert F. Wagner of New York, ma jority leader of the senate, became lieutenant governor. The vote on articles 1 and 2 was 39 to 18, a bare two-thirds majority. The former article charges that the governor falsified his statement of campaign contributions, the latter that he committed perjury in so doing. Tlie vote on article 3. which charges the governor bribed witnesses to with hold testimony from the Frawley in vestigating committee, was unanimous in favor of the governor. The vote on article 4 was 43 to It, six members changing their votes on articles 1 and 2 from "not guilty" to "guilty" and two from "guilty" to "not guilty." This article charges that the governor suppressed evidence by means of threats to keep witnesses from testifying. Among those was Duncon \V. Peck, state superintendent of public works, who testified that the governor had asked him to commit perjury. TRIAL A POLITICAL LYNCHING Deposed Governor of New York Flays Tammany Chief. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 18.—William Sul zer, deposed governor of New York, issued a statement in which he de clared he had been removed by ''Mur phy's high court of infamy." "Murphy controlled the assembly and ordered the impeachment," ha said. "He controlled most of the mem bers of the court and dictated proced ure and wrote the judgment. He was the judge and jury; the prosecutor and the bailiff." Sulzer declared that his trial was a "political lynching as far as the Tam manyized part of the court was con cerned—the confirmation of a de^n laid political conspiracy to oust me from office." Mr. Sulzer's long awaited statement characterized the secret sessions of the court as "star chamber proceed ings, where the enemies of the state could work for my conviction undis covered." ile asserted he had not taken the stand in his own defense because he realized that his story attacking the Tammany leader would he ruled out. SUPPORTS MURDER THEORY Jealousy Also Feature of Testimony at Trial of Mrs. Eaton. Plymouth, Mass., Oct. 19.—Medical testimony intended to establish that Rear Admiral .Joseph G. Eaton was murdered by poisoning and evidence of his wife's jealousy were introduced by the state in the trial of Mrs. Jen nie May Eaton. Dr. Joseph G. Frame, the family physician, told of attending the ad miral the day before he died. Miss Grace IJryan Howard and Miss Bessie R. Collamore testified that Mrs. Eaton had asked them to accuse the admiral of Having tried to flirt with them. Neither had been annoyed bv attentions from the admiral, they said. Chile Not to Take Part. Santiago, Chile, Oct. 20.—The Chilean government definitely de cided not to take part officially in the Panama-Pacific exposition at San Francisco, owing to the financial sit uation of the republic. A LET UNCLE SAM HELP! YOU c an do your banking by mail if you care to do so. Let Uncle Sam do the work when you are too busy. ; 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 onco credit youi account and mail you a duplicate deposit slip. Don't carry around checks waiting until you come to to»/n. You may lose out. Get the money placed to credit promptly, where it is subject to your check. ¥ FIRST STATE BANK HUibaux, ontana. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. f (i F Alleys 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. IYI. ALLEN Jf (LUMBER Is our middle name. If you want to know anything about LUMBER -Ask Us i DUNHAM LUMBER CO I «!• D. CULLEN, Manager & 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." ©n these merits we solicit your business. 8r____________ 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 Comes from the Soil;" "The Parliment of the People; " ' 'The V\ ay to Resume Is to Resume;" The Emancipation of a State;" The Emancipation of Business;" and "The Liberation of aPeopl's Vittal Engeries."