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A 'Deli 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." it ©n these merits we solicit your business. Wibaux Eevator Co. A Co-Operative Farmers Elevator. H. B. Hansen, Manager. - - Wibaux, Montana. Charges for Stor The chavffes for storage and band'in i"S'. elgvatmar. insurlnE and delivery, ..(i cents pev bushel; and for each fifteen da half cent per bushel; and for continuous the fifteenth day of May following;, not r The rates for receiving, fc'evatinp, ir shall be four cents per bushel, and for c on flax afrer the first fifteen days shall I We reserve th* ritrht to deliver this ; apolis or Duluth or at any elevator orvvn railroad on which it was received, with t t eeeipr. nor the warenouseman shall be 1 rates between the point of receipt and freight iaf.es heintr that of the rate fruit Any grain of the previous crop renia owner's rial: as to condition. All urain is roil, heating, the act of Cod. or anything holder of this receipt. gc and Handling of Grain of . rain, except liax. includinr;' the cert of veceiv i! he for the first fifteen days, or part thereof, tv. . s ov -part thereof after the first fifteen daya. ora tor: se between the fifteenth tie; cf Novcinber rjh. ore t han four cents per bushel, urn- v and delivery and fifteen dav storagre of tl ir *»ii v flax two cent , per bushel, I he storage rat, the same ns on grain. ■ ain lotho holder of tin's receipt -it either Minin ■hot-se operated by us in Montana on the line i e or l Praia ml in# that neither the holder of th noti ced or injured by the difference in freigh iveiy of nrain: the basis of the adjustment o. :h.- point of roeeipt 'u Mintie.i|-disor Duluth, tint: undelivered on and after July 1st w ill he at '■ t owner's risk of loos nr damage from the element s which may in any way have hern caused by the t DEALERS IN DRAIN FEE! lliriflTflMI III I I ; THE PICKiRING HOTEL "THE BE5 f m THE WEST" .. Henry Ejgert, Proprietor Electric Light, Steam Heat, Modern and Conve dent; Good Food The New Addition is Now Completed and it Is Equipped with Sample Room, Bail s and Toilet * Ij ( j I I J i SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING PUBLIC i Wibaaix, Mont, OOOOOOOOOOOOO ooooooooooooo § Xmas Photos! E VER\ B0D\ WA NTS their pict uft* I akeii for Christ mas rnd so do you too. but you know as well as we do that good Photos are not made in a hurry. You should take our advice and set today as wo art* already for you now. Do not keep putting it otf until the last moment for you may get disappointed and not have them in time. O O 8---------- o ooooooooooooo ooooooooooooo Pres thus Studio, WIBAUX, - - MONTANA. Commander *if B.«tt%.hip Wy oming is Demi at Brooklyn. Photp ol at ion. i aptain Kr doih-k Lincoln Chapin, late erniant'-.T <y Lhc* battleship Wy n Tnipis. ilt ',1 <1 in tin' hospital at the Uvooklyn navy yard, to which tic was taken on his arrival at Now York a week ago. lie had been ill a week when the Wyoming rent hod New York i'rotn the Mediterranean. MEXICAN SOLDIERS Fill IE ON AMERICANS Erie' Exchange of Shots on Texas Border, Presidio, Tex.. Dec lb.—An ex change oi shots hot ween Mexican and American soldiers on (he American line two miles ivi st. of Presidio re stilted in the death of Luis Orozco, a federal regular from the army of Gen oral Mercado. The .Mexicans tired the first shots. Orozco, who Jived several hours, ad mitteil that he and his companion had crossed to the American side with a note and that when they were halted by the American sentries they tired, As soon as the fhooting across the border became known at, Ihiite.d States army headquarters a warning was sent to the federal commander that the shooting must not bo repeated. SENATOR STONE QUITE ILL Cold Develops Into Pleurisy and Friends Are Anxious. Washington, Dec. 21.—Senator Stone of Missouri is ill at his home here. He contracted a cold a few days ago whiclt developed into plouri S3*. His friends are anxious about him and Speaker Clark and several others who inquired concerning itia health were told lie was quite sick. GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, Dec. 22.—Wheat—On track and to arrive, Xo. 1 hard, 86%c; Xo. I Northern. 85%c: No. 2 Northern, 88%(5LS4 1 ic. Flax—On track- and 1o arrive. $1.46. South St. Paul Live Stock. South St. Paul, Dec. 22.—Cattle— Steers, $5.50(5 7.75; St.uOfitO.fiO; calves <*rs, .$5.75(W 7.00. Sheep—l.ambs, $5 cows and heifers, $4.(5041 0.00; feed 1 logs — 87.85 477.45. 50(5 7.00; wethers, S3.754/4.50; ewes., $2.50(54.35. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, Dec. 22.—Wheat—Dec., 83c: May, !*5^@05t4c; July, 87Tic. Corn—Dec., 69%@'69%c; May, 687fcc. Oats—Dec., 39%c; May, 41 %c; July, 41 %c. Pork—Jail., $20.52; May. 520. 75. Butter-Creameries, 30(5 34c. Eggs |—29@3lc. Poultry—Springs, 12c; hens, 12'.c; turkeys, 16c. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago. Dec. 22.—Cattle—Beeves, S6.60(50.75: Texas steers, $6.60<57.60; Western steers, $5.80rt(7.00: stoekeis and feeders, $4.90(57.35; cows and heifers, $3.30(58.40; calves, $7.00(5) 10.50. Hogs—Light, $7.30(5 7.65; mix ed, $7.40© 7.75; heavy, $7.40(5'7.75; rough, $firstname.lastname@example.org; pigs, $6.25(5 7.00. Shjep—Native, $4.25(55.50: Western, Paiil For His Music! Not long ago two neigbors marketed a load of hogs the same day, and each came to our bank with the drover's check in payment for their live stock. Hill placed his on deposit. Sam drew the cash saying jok ingly, "I like to hear the money jingle." On the road home that night a ''hold-up ' man stopped both teams and Sam's money jingled in the robber's pocket. The robber didn't care for Bill s bank book. Moral: The man who likes to hear money jingle in his pocket sometimes pays dearly for that sort of music. Safety Deposit Boxes for Kent Loans Made on Farm Lands FIRST STATE BANK C. A. Banker, Pres. S. B. Chappell, Vice-Pres. R. B. Chappell, Cashier LUMBER Is our middle name. If you want i to know anything about LUMBER J I--Ask Us- I -- 1 .DUNHAM LUMBER CO I | J. D. CULLEN, Manager | 4t Al len's Drug Store % Thanking you for past favors we wish you one and all a . . Happy New Year May we have a share of your future patronage..... C. M. ALLEN WIBAUX, MONTANA % Make Things Snug and Warm For Winter! Now that your crops are well eared for, lake I he time to go over your buddings carefully and see what is necessary in the way of repairs to pul (hem in good shape for ibe winter. There are probably several pfaces in your barn, ho <2 house, chic ken coop, granary or cattle shed thai should be fixed up and while it won't take long or take much material, ii is better to have such things done before real cold weather s. ts in. A load of such mixed material ns you may require, such as 2x1. drop siding, boards, building paper, Portland Cement or Certainteed Rooting won't cost you much nor will it lake long to get it out and used if you go at it at once. Dot your storm sash aud doors on (lie same trip. You will need them soon ami there is no use in waiting until the last minute. GEO. HEATON LUMBER CO. The Yard of Quality and Service, WIBAUX, MONTANA.