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'Fhe Wibaux Pioneer
Wibwx*s Leading Newspaper HAy L LINDNER. Editor PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY A'J . . Wibaux, Montana . . SUBSCRIPTION RATES isrAt. Throe Months $1.5i I.ft 0.5t Entered as second-class mat.lor January 17, .*0 it the Post-office. at Wibau?:, Montana, u do the Act of Congros.i of March 3. 1879 The merchant who uses stuff > 11 - <*r\ decorated with gargling oil, axle grease; or other cheap ndver tising matter is to the home print er, what the mail order house is t the home merchant. One hundred years ago to aj when the wilderness was here, with powder in his gun the mat went out ami got the deer; out now the thing is somewhat cha ig eii. and on another plan w th powder on her cheeks, the d ai goes out and gets the man —1.x. The report now comes that a; an aftermath to the general re publican meeting which was h l» in Washington, D. 0., last weel. and which decided to make n d , , . , ... eal changes in their platform, • te Dawson county republicans hen a meeting at Glendive on last 1: :i day evening. With election o, 1; n little over n year away, the e publicans in this "neck of the woods" have decided that act n. speaks louder than words a ic have finally settled down with tin idea that midouotedly they \\ 1 mop the whole county with t u Democrats at the election ri November. At this time the De i j units in Dawson county have t o best of it, being that the pres< n national administration is Den > emtio as well as the State. Eve; ihing is running along smootl ) hi old Dawson and nudoubtei it will go more Democratic at t ie next election than ever befo.e There are a few political scalps to be gathered in, and with republi cans and progressives both strug gling for supremacy there seeiis little doubt of either side reach ing the goal, but on the oil:, r hand while the music is swee > playing the Democrats will be t p and doing, aud it hardly seems that it is really necessary for ns <o teli the republicans what happe , . . ... , . . ed to them at the last, election The funeral sermon of the old re publican party was preached in Wibaux at the opera liouse on t * night previous to the last electii u and the mourners were thick s flees on u dog's back, and Ihe Very next day fin' party was be r. ied beneatn a deluge of sackclo.lii and ashes. The old political of fire seekers were seen wringing their hands and with tears strenm down their faces, it was rumorel that the country was surely going to h—I, in capital letters. Time moved on and the sorrowing ones were left by the wayside while tl e Gold Medal FLOUR For Sale Here Fresh and Wholesome Groceries W e handle a large assortment of all the leading brands of canned goods also afresh line of staple and fancy groceries. W o 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 Wood burn's Grocery Store, We deliv Zt° al, r r<s of <he chy J 7 Wibaux, Montana. Democrats plowed straight fur rows toward the end ul reaching Lheir party measures, and today die country is more prosperous md in a better condition than at ny time during a republican ad uinistration. Now you hear on ■very side, "will not the same be - er changes take place in Dawson county, if the Democrats are plac 'd at the helm", CM' course, they vill, and the old county will le nore prosperous also, if the change - made. The republican party is ounded in one old worn-out rut. md it will never get out of this lit during the present generation •ither. The Democrats have broader ideas, and their side is not composed of hungry office seekers who are clamoring for of fice while the country is left to >ok after itself, (five the Dean •'crats the power and they will make old Dawson county far bet j ter and more progressing than i the republican, progressive and ; ill other parties combined can do. The common people's hope lies ! in the Democratic party as lias | ieen shown to them every day. | Can you, Mr. Voter afford to at* ; -ept any other party, when you , know this to be true. We leave jit t<> you to decide for there is on i lv one version to it. WILSON APPROVES MEASURE Smilinqly Affixes Signature to the Currency Bill. Washington, Dec. 24.—President 3 Wilson signed the Glass-Owen (ur j reney bill in the presence of members of his cabinet, the congressional com mittees on banking and currency and prominent Democratic congressmen. With a few strokes of the pen the president converted into law the measure to be known as the federal reserve act. reorganizing the nation's banking and currency system and fur nishing, in the words of the president, "the machinery for free and elastic and uncontrolled credits, put at the disposal of the merchants and manu facturers of this country for the lirst time in fifty years. ' An enthusiasti< applause run through he ceremony as the president, after affixing his signature, delivered an extemporaneous speech, charade z •ng the desire of the administration to take common counsel with the business men of the country and the tatter's efforts to meet the govern neat's advances as the constitution of peace." MOYER IN CHICAGO HOSPiTi L Wound Considered Unless blood poisoning develops it ia ! Members and Crew Are I Back Is Not Dangerous. Chicago. Dec. 2!>.- Charles H. Moy er. president of ihe Western Fede-a tion of Miners, who was deport u from the Michigan strike zone, is in i hospital in this city. There is oi-'y the most remote chance that the wour d n his back will prove fatal. Pro ably within tell days he will be back in the copper country of Michigan di recting the strike of the miners in his capacity as president of the M'cstrvn Federation of .Miners. probable the bullet will be allowed to stay where it is. unless the pro posed investigation of the shooting at Hancock, Mich., imperatively demands that the caliber of the bullet be ascer tained. STEFANSSON PARTY IS SAFE Winter Quarters. - Ottawa, Dec. 24.—Dr. 11. M. Ander son, chief anthropologist with the Stetaiissoii expedition, reported to George .1. Dosharats. deputy minister of naval affairs, that ail the scientists and members of ihe crew of ihe Alas kan and Mary Sa dis, two of the ex piorer's vessels, are safe in winter piarters at Collinson Point, fifty miles from Flaxmau island, in the Arctic circle. oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o UY ED. V. PRICE & CO. ^ | UST received a complete sample assortment of the beau tiful foreign and domestic woolens comprising the new Spring and Summer line of Ed. V. EifcVPiMeis, s can Price ®. Co. Largest Tailors In the World of GOOD Made-to -Order Clothes. Come in and seledt your pattern today—get the clothes problem off your mind—we'll deliver the finished suit whenever you want it, at a price you'll like to pay. 1 E. F. PETERSON O "THE PROGRESSIVE STORE" 8 Wibaux, : • t Httontana. 8 o 8 OOOOOOOOOOOCOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO oooooooooooo PRESIDENT WILSON IN MISSISSIPPI Spend Next Three Weeks on Shares o( Gulf. Pass Christian. Miss., Dec. 26.— President Wilson'- Christmas day ; was spent hero in the restful (piiet of ; a spacious cottage fronting the wa 1 ters of the Gulf of Mexico. The president and members of his family occupied themselves getting j settled in the house which is to be | their abode for the next three weel 3. 1 Although the president's special ; uain readied here before sunup the ! party remained on board until 8 o'clock. Mayor Saucier boarded the i train and welcomed President Wilson | to ids ' winter capital." Mr. Wilson was assured by the : mayor that care had been taken to insure for the president, complete ; quiet and isolation during his va cation here. j The president expressed his grati i tude and introduced Mayor Saucier to the members of his party. MRS. YOUNG ACCEPTS PLACE Will Resume Duties as Superintend ent of Chicago Schools. Chicago, Dec. 27.—Mrs. Ella Flagg Noting, who was re-elected superin : tendenr of schools here, returned troui Tryon, X. ('., and announced that td*; will take up Iter duties as bead of the schools at. once. "THE ROYAL CAFE" Louisa and Ed. Novak, Proprietors Open under new management. The best meals in the town served. Everything clean and sanitary and good cooking. EVERYBODY'S WELCOME. HOME BAKERY Bread Always on Hand. Wibaux, - *.* - Montana. Happy New Year For your patronage during the pa^t year we desire to extend our sincere thanks, and during 1914 we tru^t that we shall merit a share of your business. Wibaux Drug Co. PKone No. 49. Wibaux, Montana.