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Doings of Yourselves ai d Others About the City of ' * Interest to lls One and All. Wanted:—Cattle to winter] Inquire of Eugene Douthitt. N. Rice returned the latter; part of last week from a vis t with his sister at Sidney. The body of Frank Lucas who died at Yates l^st Friday, was taken to Beach*. Monday after noon for burial. The annual election of office 1 s of the Congregational Sund- y School will be held the Second Sunday in the New Year. Janu ary, ilth. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eggert spent a couple of days at Heb-; ron, N. D , the first of the week where they visited Mr. Eggert'sj mother. W. E. Savage, of Miles City, one of the best known men in Custer county died last Satur day and was buried in that city on Tuesday. Mr- and Mrs. Sam Wills were in from the ranch to spend the holidays with relatives. Mrs. Wills reports that they enj^y living on the ranch immensely. On Tuesday evening. Jana, 6th, a stereopticon lecture will be given at Woodville. Thesub ippi-nf f-tia «.ui u. *'Tr, ject of the lecture will be, "In dia in Transition or Marvels m the Orient". Don't forg> t, Woodville, Tuesday January 6»h.; ' The Annual Meeting of the Congregational Church will be' held at the Church; Wednesday! evening January,, 7th at 7:30 O'clock. Reports for the past year will be read and an int' r esting program iirranged. T: is meeting is open to the pub! c. The Pioneer wishes you one and all a happy and prosperous New Year. To the merchants who have favored us so nobly! during the past year we are very thankful to. The merchants of Wibaux are all using the c >1-1 unins of the Pioneer to advor-1 tise their business and they must get the desired results. It is getting to be an old saying that "your business is not advertised unless represented among the columns of the Pioneer." Last week, Mr. Lenertz, of Yaves stated that in a few days he would be enrolled among our advertisers as every merchant in Wibaux was and he believed neer was as we have always said, "Wibaux's Leading News paper". Again wishing you all the season's greetings, we re main, yours for a square d< al, The Wibaux Pioneer, "Wibaux's; Leading Newspaper. " patronizing us, d that the ri 0 Special fund belonging to an Illinois estate to loan on first mortgage security. No delay where title is perfect and the security sufficient. Let me start your proof. H. K. SCHUSTER. WIBAUX MARKET REPORTS rices paid for grain at the Iwux elevators Thursday Wheat No. 1........ ........ 69 Wheat No. 2........ ........ 6(5 Durum............. ....... 64 Flax No. 1.......... .......1.25 Flax No. 2........... 1 09 Barley............. ........ 33 Oats................ Wi-1 Read the Wibaux Pioneer. Mr . and Mrs . Leon LeBther . t ion were shoppers in the city |on Tuesday of this week, Clyde Peterson was a visitor at Glendive Monday evening of t his week, returning Tuesday morning. For Sale—250 bushels of win ter wheat for seed. Inquire of Chas. Douthitt 6 miles south of Wibaux. E. F. Peterson will leave the latter part of this week for the east wh ® re ho wil1 purchase his ! r j ew s P r ^S merchandise for the Progressive Store. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson left the latter part of last week for their old home at Char es City, Iowa, where they will visit a couple of weeks. E. F. Peterson, while on his buying trip back east, will e.i jgage a first-class miliiner and! trimmer for the spring season.! Mr. Peterson will also have aj complete millinery line also. On Saturday evening January yiJ®*:*!"f ure *" T' K 1 1 The subject will be In dia ir » Tiansition or Marvels in, the Orient". invited. All are cordially Joe Jentges returned to tke city on Wednesday evening of this week, from his old home in Minn,, where he spent Xmas. The Congregational Ladies Aid will be entertained by the Work Committee at Mrs. E. E. Jordan's, Thursday, January 8th. This is the annual meet ing for election of officers. All ladies are requested to be pres ~~ en E. B. Sherman received a telegram Tuesday morning stat ing that his father had pas ed away the night before. Mr. Sherman in company with IT, B. Hansen left for Lyle, Minn., Tuesday evening. Mr. Sherman has the sympathy of his many friends in t hese parts, Robt. Baird was a shopper in the city on Wednesday of this week. Bob says that he is rest ing a trifle easier of late on ac count of receiving a letter from Ms brother Wm. whom he had thought married. W m . stated that such was nofr the case so Bob feels better, for if such a thing would happen, it would leave Bob the only bachelor left in the Baird family. The Farmers Cash Meat Mar ket desires to thank its many customers for their liberal pat jronage during 1013 and trust that the business relations have been so pleasant and profitable that they can hope for a contin uance of the same during 1914. Our business in the last month of the old year was greater than any other shop in this part of the country. The farmers and town people are alive to the fact ! that we are doing business on a small margin of profit and for this reason our market has set the pace and leads all others. M e know that our success is due to the public who have patron ized us, and we wise you one and all a prosperous New Year, and when you are in need of any thing in the meat line just give us a call and become one of our many satisfied customers HAPPY NEW YEAR! ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo A S WE enter upon the new year we take this opportunity to express our appre ciation of the liberal patronage which has made 1913 a prosperous one for us. We assure you that during 1914 the house of O Bunker's Cash Grocery will, as always, keep § pace with everything progressive in service and qualitv. We wish you a Happy, Pros § perous New Year and tru^t that your rela tions with Bunker's Cash Grocery will al 0 ways prove pleasant and profitable. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO BUNKER'S CASH GROCERY Phone No. 73. We Deliver the Goods. — — ---------------------------------- ---------- - i<r •51 We Wish You a Very Happy — and — - Prosperous New Year /~\N BEHALF of the officers of the Crescent Hardware Co. we extend to you the greetings of the season. The year ju^t ending has been a memorable one; in point of sales it goes on record as the larged in our history. So to you and the many other lo>al Crescent Hardware Co. customers who helped to make 1913 the banner year of our existence we extend our sincere thanks and congratulations. With a continuance of the push and co-operation dis played during the present year we look with confidence to still greater achievements for the company in 1914. We the officers and clerks of the Crescent Hardware Co. will bend every effort to do our share to make it such. Again wishing you a Happy and Prosperous New Year, we are Yours for Business, E. B. Sherman, President H. B. Hansen, Vice-Pres. Geo. T. Hansen, Secy-Treas. Officers of Crescent Hardware Co. Crescent Hardware Co. "The Big Hardware Store on the Corner" WIBAUX, MONTANA.