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MRS. n. SUMMERS, We are putting out fine Lard, as good as can be made. It is a home product and should be used by all. 1 Olbs. Pails $1.00 5 lbs. Pails 50 1b. tb. ffiaKer iprop READ MY FREE OFFER Wise Words to Sufferers For home reference call on or address Mr s. Anna Heille. Box 22, Hope, N LEMM TIE URBER TRUE From a Woman of Motre Dame, Ind I will mail, free of any charge, this Home Treat ment with full instructions and the history of own case to any lady suffering from female trouble You can cure yourself at home without the aid any physician. It will cost you nothing to give the treatment a trial, and if you decide to continue it will only cost you about twelve cents a week. It will not interfere with your work or occupation, I have nothing to sell. Tell other sufferers of it— that is all I ask. It cures all, young or old. REPRESENTS TODAY AND TOMORROW SSr*If you feel a bearing-down sensation, sense of impending evil, pain in the back or bowels, creep ing feeling up the spine, a desire to cry frequently, hot flashes, weariness, frequent desire to urinate, or if you have Leucorrhea (Whites), Displacement or Palling of tne Womb, Profuse, Scanty or Painful Periods, Tumors or Growths, address MBS. M. SUMMERS, NOTRE DAME, IND., U. S. A. for the FREE TREATMENT and FULL INFORMATION. Thousands besides myself have cured themselves with it. I send it in plain wrappers. TO MOTHERS OP DAUGHTERS I will explain a simple Home Treatment which speedily and effectually cures Leucorrhea, Green Sickness and Painful or Irregular Menstruation in young ladies. Itvrillsaveyouanxiety8n6iexpensea.n&saYoyour daughter the humiliation of explaining her troubles to others. Plumpness and health always result from its use. Wherever you live I can refer you to well-known ladies of your own state or county who know and will gladly tell any sufferer that this Home Treatment really cures all diseased conditions of our delicate female organism, thoroughly strengthens relaxed muscles and ligaments which cause displacement, and makes women well. Write today, as this offer will not be made again. Address Box 102 In England the Conservatives represent "yesterday and today," the Liberals "today and tomorrow." In train service between the Twin Cities, and Chicago, The Pioneer Limited was the first train to break away from "yesterday and today" and to give travelers the benefits of "today and tomorrow". Its route is via the Chicago, Milwaukee (SL St. Paul Railway Leaves Minneapolis 8:00 p. m. St. Paul 8:35 p. m. arrives Union Station, Chicago 8:55 a. m. Equipment includes standard and compart ment sleepers with "longer, higher and wider berths," library-buffet car, dining car, chair car and coaches. Buy your ticket East from your local agent, but insist that it is over the Milwaukee Road between the Twin Cities and Chicago. W. B. DIXON. Northwestern Passenger Agent 365 ROBERT ST. ST. PAUL J. D. BROWN, President K. D. DANSKIN, Cashier S. J. DANSKIN, Vice-Pres Colgate State Bank General Banking. We pay a liberal rate of Interest on Time Deposits FARM LOANS. Barbers arc always in demand. They earn good wages. Only a short time required to learn. Earn while learning, our illustrated catalog telb how. Send f*r it to-day loler^Birbtrfolltre, Established 1893 220 Second Are. So. Mlnnaapoll*. Classes for ladies in Hair Dressing, Manicuring and Automatic Massage. Read the ads. in the Pioneer It will pay you to devote a few moments to theirperusal. Aks Your Ticket Agent For Tickets via. The Wisconsin Central Ry. ....To.... MILWAUKEE, CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH. CONVENIENT TRAINS, PULLMAN SLEEPERS, FREE RECLINING CHAIR CAR, DINING CARS. For full information address H. J. Bergemann, Traveling Agent 371 Robert St., St. Paul, Minn, or Jits. C. Pond, Gen. Pass. Agent Milwaukee, Wis STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA County of Steele ss Office of County Auditor mr Notre Dame, Ind., U. S?A. I, S. McPherson, Auditor of Steele County, State of North Dakota, do hereby certify and give notice, that the follbwing is a list of the naires of candidates to be voted for at the primary election to be held Tuesday, June 19th, 1006, in and for said county and State: REPUBLICAN PARTY CANDI DATES. State Senator to represent the 16th Disrtict—"Vote for one name only." Maynard Crane. C. S. Moores. Members of the House of Represent atives to represent the 16th District "Vote for three names only." Niels Hemmingson, S. H. Nelson, G. H. Stavens, S. J. Tande, The County Officers are: Auditor—"Vote for one name only." S. McPherson. Register of Deeds—"Vote for one name only." H. J. Rindy. Clerk of District 'Court—"Vote for one name only." P. O. Sathre. States Attorney—"Vote for one name only." W. L. Carpenter, J. M. Johnson, George Murray. Sheriff—"Vote for one name only" W.E.Elliott, I. W. Standley, County Judge—"Vote for one name only." Chas. Chalmers, Albert Mickels, Adam S. Moote, Chas. J. Nash. Treasurer—"Vote for one name only.'' G. O. Johnson, John R. Olson. Surveyor—' 'Vote for one name only.'' Coroner—"Vote for one name only." H. Bacharae. Superintendent of Schools—"Vote for one name only." T. A. Hasselquist, Albert G. Miller. Justices of the Peace—"Vote for four name only." G. A. Monteith, Lewis Rinde, W. J. Skinner, R. J. Still. Constables—"Vote for four names only." L. N. Bugbee, H. A. Burner. W. S. Holt, W. H. Potter. County Commissioner, 2nd District— "Vote for one name only." Ole N. Grefsheim, Geo. D. Slingsby. County Commissioner, 3rd District— "Vote for one name only." Ole Paulson, K. S. Sulland. County Commissioner, 5th District "Vote for one name only." John B. Oxton. Delegates to the State Convention "Vote for eight names only." C. G. Boise, F. E. Curry, M. C. Duea, F. G. Enger, Ole Fosse, B. T. Kraabel, R. A. Lathrop, Ole Paulson. DEMOCRATIC PARTY CANDI DATES. State Senator to represent the lGth District—"Vote for one name only E. D. Washburn. Members of the House of Representa tives to represent the 16th District— "Vote for three names only." John B. Armstrong, Christ Jenson, F. D. Williams. The county Officers are: Auditor—"Vote for one name only J. A. Klovstad, Register of Deeds—"Vote for one Name only." R. D. Patterson. Clerk of District court—"Vote for one name only." James A. Wright. States Attorney—"Vote for one name only." Wm. Barclay. Sheriff—"Vote for one name only.' E. M. Fuller. county Judge—"Vote for one name only." R. A. Pope. Treasurer—"Vote for one name only.' Lewis Thompson. Surveyor—"Vote for one name only. Coroner—"Vote for one name only Constables—"Vote only." "Vote for Superintendent of Schools one name only." Mrs. Rena McLaughlin. Justices of the'Peace.—"Vote for four names only." for four names county commissioner, 2nd District. "Vote for one name only."- county commissioner, 3rd District— "Vote for one name only." County Commissioner, 5th District— "Vote for one name only." Delegates to the State convention "Vote for six names only.'' Wm. Barclay, L. W. Fuller, Gordon Jefferson, P. H. Kelly, Geo. A. Luce, D. D- McKee. Witness my hand and seal this 7th day of June, 1906. [SEAL] S. MCPHERSON, Counny Auditor, The North Dakota Chautauqua opens June 30 and closes July 17 The program for the coming ses sion is the best ever offered and includes some of highest salariec artists of the profession. For detailed information write Edgar LaRue, Secy., Devils Lake, N.D The difference between Hitting1 and Missing !s the dif ference between an Accurate and an Inaccurate Arm.' Choose wisely—discriminate! Get a STEVENS! Forty years of experience is behind our tried and proved line of CRIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOTGUNS Rifle Telescopes, Etc* Ask your dealer and Insist 6n the STBVKNS. If you cannot obtain, we ship di rect, express prepaid,on receipt ofcatalog price. Send 4c in stamps for 140 page catalog describing the entire STHVBNS line. Profusely I Hustrated, and contains points on Shoot Ing, Ammunition, Etc. "Beautiful three-color Aluminum Hanger will be for* warded for xo cents in stamps* J. STEVENS ASMS AND TOOL CO., P.O.Box 4096 1 CHICOPKB TALLS,MASS.,U.S.A.* 40,000 Acres Selected A N A A Fall Wheat Lands SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Taber District Good Soil, Good Water, Near to Railway For further information, maps and prices, address E. L. CAMP 515 Guaranty Bldg Minneapolis A S A E I have leased the Ward ranch on the Sheyenne River and am prepared to pasture horses and colts at $3.00 a head for season! and cattle at $2.00 for season. 200 acres with running water. 2-3t Will Gilmore. Parties having Farms or Town property for sale would do well to list them with Danskin & Cur ry. Office one door east of Beck'l erjeck's store. INTERVIEWING A BISHOP. Smart Boston Reporter Has Talk with) Noted Clergyman—Han of the Cloth Nonplussed. During the triennial conference! of the bishops at Boston the arch bishop of Canterbury, the guest of Bishop Lawrence, had a hard time avoiding the ubiquitous re porter, even though his host stuck to him closer than a brother. In one newspaper office a prize was offered for an interview with the archbishop, and consequently his lordship was more than usually beset upon every hand by the men of the lens and pencil. On one occasion the archbishop, after service, wishing to avoid the press of reverend gentlemen, crept up into the loft of the church, known as "the lepers' gal lery," and was there found by Bishop Lawrence, after a hard hunt, lying on his stomach across a bench, and watching the pro ceedings through a chink in the panels, so rapt, satisfied and un disturbed that the bishop let him remain there. A little later they left the meet ing ahead of the crowd and start ed down the line of carriages to find the bishop's own. It started to rain, but, nothing daunted, the archbishop suggested that they walk home, as their carriage was nowhere to be seen. A square or two further on some one rushed after Bishop Lawrence and drew his attention toward a carriage where a lady was beckoning fran tically—one whom he recognized as a chief charity worker of his parish. "Excuse me one moment, your lordship," said Bishop Law rence, and leaving his guest stand ing at the curbstone hurried to the carriage. Suddenly a dapper young man hurried forward and said, politely: "Pardon me, sir, but may I stand under jTour um brella till my car comes along?" "Certainly, my dear young man," said the archbishop, bland ly, and then ensued a conversation lasting till Archbishop Lawrence returned, during which interval the stranger gave the young man an off-hand impression of Amer ica in general and of Boston in par ticular, the latter showing his gratitude by offering his card, with the name of a prominent newspaper in the lower corner. The archbishop glared for a moment, then laughed outright. "Interviewed at lawst," he said, taking his host's arm. "Don't leave me OJU 1 to rn 'fV the street corner again, please. It isn't safe, even in cultured Boston." ri The 0b "WINCHESTER General All Work Guaranteed strictly First-class. tne turnouts Smokeless Powder Shells "LEADER" and "REPEATER" The superiority of Winchester Smokeless Powder Shells is undisputed. 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