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A "Roll of Honor Bank" -IS THE FIRST NATIONAL RANK OF WIBAUX Of the 7,500 National Banks in the United States, only 1,300 occupy this proud position. . . ' j < j "A place on the Roil of Honor is like a man's character — it is something money cannot buy—but is won by merit and worth alone." kt ©n these merits we solicit your business. Wibaux Eevator Co. A Co-Operative Farmers Elevator. H. B. Hansen. Manager. - - Wibaux. Montana. Charges for Stornie aori Handling of Grain The charpco for storage and handiinj: of } r> except flax, incIuilitiR t).e cost of rcceiv me, nlpvatiup. insuring and delivery, shit' b. . : or the lir.it fifteen days, ur part thereof tw cents per bushel; and tor each fifteen day or part thereof after the first fifteen da, s. one r # ?' P«- bushel: and for continuous t o between the fifteenth day of November and fifteenth day of May following:, not m t- ff. n four cents per bushel. , ll< ' i ; aN * R for I'oceivinfr, elevati.njr. ins rin.o mi delivery and fifteen days' storage of tiax shah he lour cents per bushel, and for eh ..in rlax i wo cents ner bushel the stoi-ie'. v it. - on luii. atrer the first fifteen days .-.hall bo lie.-. m« as on grain. \Ve reserve the right to deliver this rr in to the holder of this receipt U1 either Minne apolis or Duluth or at any elevator or war non?.* operated by ua in Montana on the line ,,i railroad on which it vvas received, with tl > iiivorstaisding that neither ifc holder of ihl reeeipt nor the warehouseman shall be b« efifed or injured by the difference in freight rates between the point of receipt and de very of m ain: the basis of the adjustment of freight rates being that of the rate from tie point of receipt to Minneapolis or Duluth, Any grain of the previous crop remairng undelivered on and after July 1st will be il owner s risk as to condition. All grain is owner's risk of loss or damage from (lie elements roit, heating, the act of God, or anything which may in any vvav have been caused lv the holder of this receipt. • DEALERS FEED t-a* THE PICKERING HOTEL •THE BES7 I N THE WEST" .. Henry Egbert, Proprietor .. Electric Light, S team Heat, Modem and Convergent; Good Food I he New Addition is Mow Completed and Is Equipped with Sample Room, Bath: and Toilet it SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING PUBLIC Wiba.ux, Mont, QOOOOOOOOOOOQ ooooooooooooo Happy New Year § We desire to thank our many customers for their patronage during the year just past, and we will appreciate a share of your future photo business. Wishing you all a Happy and Prosperous New Year, we are yours for future business. Pre^thus Studio, 8 w WIBAUX, - - MONTANA. OOOOOOOOOOOOO ooooooooooooo Additional Local C. T. Riniel was a shopper in . the city the first o • f the week. E. E. Sheldon was a ff'ibaux shopper on Friday of this week. Miss Bessie ilarl left on last Friday evening for Allertin, Iowa, to spend a coup le of weeks with friends and re latives. Mr. and Mrs. John Hart left the first of the week for Senti nel Butte, N. 1). whore they will make their future home. The Radies Altar Society will meet with Mrs. J. D. Cullen on ;next Wednesday afternoon Jan ; u ary ? t h. All a re c or d ially in vited. W e ship flowers out t he dav of shipment, reaching you in perfect condition. Write, wire or phone. Hoskins Floral Co ,' Rismarc k. A card from Prof. Putnam, who is visiting his mother and ! sister at Moline, 111., states that ! he is having a good time and he wishes his Wibaux friends the season's greetings from the latest reports we learn the.! Fallon county has set tled down to working; out its I own destinies and everything is rurmingalong smoothly. The first set of officials are the best! that could he possible so the new county has an excellent start. The play given at the opera house on last. Sunday evening was well * produced hut not a very large crowd attended. Onijj Monday evening the same troupe gave another performance but the same size crowd was present The plays were about the same Mhat has stopped off here this 1 season. j ; L. J. Willis, who formerly managed the Geo. Beaton Lum-j jber Go., in this city and then went to Dickinson to manage the! yards at that place, has now re signed his position and will open a moving picture show in that |city. Mr. Willis'many friends in this city will wish him the best of success. Dransalic Club Will Meet The first regular meeting of j the Wibaux Dramatic Club will j be held next Monday evening at j the Congregational Parsonage. : All members are requested to be j present. j E. C. Janke, Sec'y GEORGE H. T9RNEY. Surgeon Genera! of the Army Dies of Bronchial Pneumonia. 1 | * . , - V , -r*< /it,:. j j I i ,' I Paid 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. Bill 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 Rent 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 to know anything about LUMBER -—~~—_—„ Ask Us --— DUNHAM LUMBER CO J. D. CULLEN, Manager sz ij jj j; |l jj 1 j| ■ j tS ; jl il jj i;l j| j Allen's D r ug Store thanking you for past favors we wish you one and alia . . Happy New Year May we have u share of your future patronage. .... C. M. ALLEN WIBAUX, MONTANA m Make Things Snug and Warm For Winter! Now that your crops arc well caied for, take the time to go ove \our buildings carefully and see what is necessary in the wav t repairs to put them in good shape for the wilder. I here are probably several places in vonr barn, hog house, cldc kcu coop, granary or cattle shed thai should be fixer! up and while i won't take long or take much materia), it is better to have sue! things done before reel cold weather sits in, A load of such mixed material as you may require, such as 2x1 jdrop siding, boards, building paper, Portland Cement or Certainteer Roofing won't cost you much nor will it take long to get it nut nru used if you go at it at once. Get your storm sash and doors on the same trip. You will near them soon and there is no use in waiting until the last minute. # GEO. HEATON LUMBER CO. The Yard of Quality and Service. : WIBAUX, MONTANA.