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Jfefrff&ts, Wajhalja, Drayton, Brn«st,
By4* Fttrk, Buflhlo Head,
Mid Bowesmont,
BATHGATE,
Mrs. Sackett has been quite sick since
her return from Grand Forks. She is
recovering, however, to the pleasure of
her many friends,
While out picking flowers a few days
ago Miss Birdie Tiffany had the misfor
ture to poison her face. At present it
threatens to he a very severe case of
poisoning,
Mr, Keller arrived Sunday night. He
eays that the whole country he has
passed through needs rain. He also says
that the ciops in Pombina and Walsh
counties are looking better than they a.'e
anywhere hp has been. So much for
North Dakota.
The farmers still continue to bring in
their wheat, We find a good many
farmers who have been holding on to
their wheat till they could see the pros
pects for tins year's crop. Now that
they have no more doubts as to the
coming crops they haul their old \ytigat
in,
J. W. Works has rented the Tracey
restaurant. James is an old hand at the
business, and, by the way things move
and look around there we bespeak for
him success this undertaking. Mr.
Works is one of our most public spirited
men and has the best wishes of this com
munity,
In the case of Territory of Dakota vs.
A. F. Johnson, complainant claiming that
defendant is not doing his duty towards
keeping the waters of Tongue river pure,
a change of venue was taken. The case
will be heard at Hamilton. This seems
to be a kind ol test cage and is exciting
great interest,
On Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs.
Curry, who recently came from Ontario,
were bereft of a daughter, Thin child
had always been delicate. Taken with
the measles, she became very low, but
hopes were entertained of lier recovery.
She improved so much that on Thursday
morning she was able to take a short
drive, but on Saturday morning she died.
The funeral took place on Sunday, a
large number of citizens and friends from
the country attending and showing their
sympathy and respect for the bereaved
fomily,
Ye scribe had the privilege of looking
over the beauties of the western part of
Pembina county during the past week.
The surveyors areasurveying a township
a week. The crops all over the moun
tains show what is possible in that coun
try. No person who sees it with its vege
tation, grasses and flowers in their pres
ent stage can help admiring it. To one
driving over the country and seeing so
many houses andso many improvements,
it seems hardly possible that it is so new
a country, Jt hag been settling ouly a
Jittle over a year, and yet it is as thickly
settled as many a country that has been
settled for twenty years,
Mr. Arnold returned on Sunday night
from his southern trip.,.,..Mr, McKinney
collecting agent for McOormick, is mak
ing it lively for a very few men in Pem
bina county..,,..Miss Trjicey has returned
from an extended visit at Chicago. It is
pl§asant to hear her piano once more.,,,,.
Miss Vogel has returned after a long ab
sence......Real estate has remained
rather quiet for a few days Aeood
jnany horses have changed hands
Merchants report general trade improv
ing,
FOURTH AT BATUGATFL.
In the forenoon, a game of base ball
took place between the Bathgate club
and a club south of Neche, which was
decided in feyqrqf Bathgate by a score
of 37 to 7,
At about 11 o'clock a.m. the people
assembled to listen to the reading of the
Declaration of Independence and the
oration of the day. Mr. (J. L. Parker
read the former with clearness and ex
pression, and Mr. J. D. Stack delivered
an eloquent oration. These exercises
were listened to with great interest by
the large audience present. Some excels
lent music was furnjshod by the choir
which added much to the enjoyment tf
the occasion.
The horse racing occurred in the after
noon, There were five entries for the
trotting race. First prize, by "John A''
owned by Mr. Scott Second pri^e, "Black
Frank" owned by Mr. McICenny of
Bathgate Third pri?e, "Light Foot"
owned by W. Mason,
For the ruining race there were four
entries, First prize, won by "Sorrell
Kitty," owned by Mr, Arnold Second
prize by "Grey Lock," owned by J.
Greenwood Third prize, by "Just in
Time," owned by W, Mason,
The most interesting feature of the
day was the trotting against time of
Mr. Scott's horse, ''John A" He made
the half mile in 1 minute 14} scconds.
The stipulation was that no purse was
to be granted unless the time 1 minute
17 seconds was beaten. This we believe
is the best time eyer made in Pembina
County,
There were three entries to the men's
race, 1Q0 yards. Isaac Foster, First
prize Geo. Foster, Second prize and \V,
Jackson, Third prisje,
Some fine work was done in the grass
match, a ball spldom reached the
"ground untouched. The shooting of
Pixley and- James was splendid, and
resulted in a tie.
Everything passed off pleasantly and
general satisfaction was expressed with
the proceedings of the day,
VALHALLA,
Miss By«i made a flying visit to see
}»er parentis in Grand Forks last week,
A sturgeon, weighing 40 pounds, was
paptuj-ed in the half breed fish traps last
Week,
Tbetafttfc affecting the crop here
now, but a little rain would repair the
damage,
The wind was terrific and the light*
ning very vivid last Saturday night,
Some houses were well shaken,
Mr, Thos, Briden's genial face is now
behind the counter at Burley and Parrots
store where he will be kept busy, New
goods are arriving daily.
Mr. Joseph Walker goes out as Customs
official July 1. Mr. Beving takes his
place. We understand) igj will be a port
of entry,'
One of our worthy ministers was heard
to remark, during the last heated term,
that a man who drives oxen has ft hard
row to hoe to get to heaven.
AValhalla does quite a large wholesale
trade with all points west, judging from
the waggon loads that go west daily for
the smaller stores scattered oyer the un
surveyed land.
Mr. John Wilson, blacksmith, and Mr.
Charles Peters, farmer, from lake Rosr
seau were in town last week. They re
port everything flourishing west. Jack
says lie gets as much smithing to do out
there as eyer he did in Ernest or here in
Walhaila,
A petition is being circulated for the
signers for the purpose of having a county
road opened from the boundry line at the
N. W. corner sec. 30, Tp. 164 range 56,
running due south between ranges 56 and
57. If it is laid out it will bring under
cultivation 1000 or 1500 acres not tillable
now,
One of our young "Benedicts" who left
the state of bachelorhood only last Spring
says he cannot see why so many good
looking young bachelors will persist in
doing their own housework when they
can get married for the sum of $4.20,
at least that is what he paid. Now boys,
dont all speak at once, but who will be
the first to get a house keeper at the
above rotes.
Last week a "Sooner" half breed
thought he would sooner dispense the
liquids from behind the bar at Sauntarre's
than dispose of it before the bar. He
attempted to infringe on the rights of the
bartender, but he met with something
more solid than liquid which completely
trppsformed his pliiziognomy. He does
not aspire to tend bar now he is
laid away
for repairs.
DKAYT0N,
The elevator is being rushed up at a
rapid rate by a large force of men. It
will be ready for use in' good time to
accommodate this season's crops.
We regret to chronicle the death of
Mr. J. B. Mahoney who has been a
resident of this town for two years past
and preprietor of the mill property,
lately destroyed by fire. Mr. Mahoney
had been in poor health for some years
and for the last few months confined to
his room. He was a highly respected
citizen and his death is much lamented.
The funeral services were conducted on
Thursday by Mr. A. Healy.
Regent E. A. Healy returned this
week from a visit to some of the leading
universities in the country with a view to
gaining the best ideas in college
architecture to be utilized in building
the Grank Forks university. In com'
pany with Dr. Collins he visited, Minne
sota state University, Carleton College,
and Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
Messrs.Healy and Collins have embodied
the results oftheir tour of inspection in an
elaborate report which is to be submitted
this week to the board of regents at
Grand Forks.
THE GLOBIOUS FOURTH.
Drayton had arousing good celebration
on the Fourth, There assembled here
the largest crowd that was ever seen in
our town and the programme was carried
out as published.
The literary'exercises usual to such
occasions were held on the
green, Mr. E. Southard performed
the duties of chairman in a very credit
able manner. Mr. J. C. Healy so read the
Declaration of Independence as to im
press its import upon all while Mr. A.
Wallace made some pertinent remarks in
a patriotic strain and Rev. H. P. Cooper
dwelt in a very pleasing manner upon
some special fectures of the occasion.
The latter, being only a few weeks old as
an American citizen, is not sufficiently
familiar with our institutions yet to tackle
the American eagle.
The Hosselton brothers contributed to
to the enjoyment of the occasion by
rendering several cornet duets.
The supper given in the evening
afforded everything that a reasonable
appetite could desire, and did credit to
the ta6te and culinary ability of the fair
young ladies who had charge of the
affair.
BUFFALO HEAD,
Miss Stewart who has been ill for some
time is improving.
The farmers are taking a breathing
spell after breaking season.
Miss Whitely of Emerson, is visitipg
her brother, T, B. Whitely.
Mrs. R, Mi}!s and family are visiting
her sister, Mrs. Robert Johnston-
Mrs. D. Campbell is enjoying a visit
from her mother, Mrs. J. Stewart this
week.
Mr. M. Carmichael and sister left
for Emerson last week to spend July
First.
Mr. L. McLean has lately erected
fine hquse on bis claim and we hope
poop to see others follow his example,
A large amount has been broken this
season. The crops looks splendid and
every one feelp confident of a large har
vest,
Mr, Dan Sullivan returned this week
with his bride. Their many friends
wish them along and happy ljfe, "tyho
will be the next, boys
Your correspondent took a trip
Pembina last week, and nowhere did
see crops to equal those in this section.
We don't say tliifl Jroastingly, but, because
it is a fact,
The boys are preparing for lots
Sport on the Fourth, MpArRoJd has
running hprse in good shape, and T. _.
Whitely's "Buffalo Head Boy'' is in good
condition they will paake it interesting
at St. Thomas on the Foyrth.
of
his
B.
1IVDE PARK.
Prospects continue good for a rooming
harvest.
Our excellent teacher, Mr. Earl,
preached a very appreciative sermon on
Sabbath last at 3 p. m,
A very heayv blow, accompanied with
thunder and lightning, passed over this
place on Saturday the 30th at 9 p. m.,
giving a scare to pomo of the more nerv
ous ones. We have not heard of any
damage being done.
We are glad to say that Mrs. William
Knowls is now on a fair way of recovery,
after a confinement to her roOin of nearly
six months, most of the time in bed with
inflammatory rheumatism. »We hope
soon to enjoy from her a friendly call.
ERNEST.
Travel is increasing.
Crops are looking favorable.
A troop of wandering "Breeds" passed
through our town last week.
Congratulations are now in order at
O. R. Daniels.' It's a boy.
Our school scholars are rapidly pro
gressing in their studies under the
careful instructions of Miss Ilattie
Schram.
It is very aggravating to fishing parties
to lay alpng the river bank all day and
not get a bite, save from a wood tick or
some other troublesome insect.
Suckers have departed from the scenes
of their spring pilgrimage. Tlicy retired
singing the following plaintive strain:
"O wheie, O where is O'Moore and
the frogs cause the echoes to vever
berate "piseatoral aspirations deferred
until the pumpkin seed bitet'u voracious
Ivy"
1IOWESMOKT.
with
School was opened last Monday
J. M. Bateman as teacher.
Mrs. Chas. Murphy of Neche has been
spending a few davs with her many
friends here.
Crops in this vicinity are suffering very
much for the want of rain and breaking
is almost impossible.
According to the new regulations ser
vices will be held in the schoolhouse
at John Storey's every Sunday at half
two o'clock.
Chas. Rockliff starts in a few davs for
New York, where he intends spending
the summer. We are sorry to lose
Charlie, as he is an old timer and a good
fellow generally.
Twenty-two couples attended a dancing
party given by a few of the boys in
Thomas Gourley's house on Friday even
ing of last week. Good music, good
dancing, a good supper and a good time
generally filled the bill.
Two cases of stealing came to light
last week. J. M. B..teman had some
oats taken from his granary, and Joseph
Shaw had a quantity of "wheat carried
off. The guilty parties are known in
both cases but there is not sufficient
evidence to justify any arrests.
THE HEATED TERM.
What to do in Case of Satistroko
—The children.
The report of the Sanitary Committee
of the New York Board of Health upou
sunstroke as approved and published by
the board was as follows:
Sunstroke is caused by excessive heat
and especially if the weather is muggy.
It is more apt to occur on the second,
third or fourth day of a heated term than
on the first. Loss of sleep, excitement,
close sleeping rooms, debility, abuse of
stimulants predispose to it. It is more
apt to attack those working in the sun,
and especially between the hours of 11
o'clock in the morning and 4 in the after
noon. On hot days wear thin clothing.
Have as cool sleeping rooms as )ossible.
Avoid less of sleep and all unnecessary
fatigue. If working indoors and where
there is artificial heat—laundries, etc.—
see that the room is well ventilated. If
a feeling of fatigue, dizziness, headache,
or exhaustion occurs, cease work imme
diately, lie down in a shady cool place,
apply cold cloths to and pour cold water
over your head and neck. If any one is
overcome with the heat send immediately
for the nearest good physician. While
waiting for the physician, give the per
son cool drinks of water or cold black tea,
or cold coffee, if able to swallow. If the
skin is hot and dry, sponge with or pour
cold water over the body and limbs,
and apply to the head pounded ice
wrapped in a towel or other cloth. If
there is no ice at hand, keep a cold cloth
pn the head and pour cold water on it as
on the body. If the person is pale, very
faint and pulse feeble, let him inhale
ammonia for a few seconds or give him a
teaspoonful of aromatic spirits of ammonia
in two tablespoonfuls of water with a little
sugar.
The New York Board of Health again
issue their rules for the care of young chil
dren. They are as follows:
If an infant is thirsty, give it pure water
or barley water no sugar. On the hot
test days a few drops of whiskey may be
added to either water or food the whis
key not to' exceed a teaspoonful in twenty
four hours. In relation to the feeding of
infants, boil a teaspoonful of powdered
barley (ground in coffee grinder) and
one-half pint of water, with ft little salt,
for fifteen minutes, strain, then mix it
with half as much boiled milk, and a
lump of sugar, size of a walnut, and give
it lukewarm from a nursing bottle keep
bott)e and mouthpiece in a bowl of water
when not in use, to which a little soda
may be added. For infants five or six
months old give half boiled milk with
salt and a lump of sugar. For infants
older give more milk than barley wa
ter,
Summer complaints come from over-:
feeding and not foul air, Keep doors and
windows open. Wasli your well children
with pool water twice a day, or oftener
in the hot season. Never neglect loose
ne8s of the bowels in an infant consult
the family or dispensary physician at
once qntl he will giye you rules about
what it should take and how it should be
nursed. Keep your rooms as cool as
possible, haye them well.yentilated and
WWgg
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do not allow any bad smell to come from
sinks, privies, garbage boxes or gotten
about the houBe where you live. Where
an infant is cross and irritable in hot
weather, a trip on the water will do it a
great deal of good and may prevent chol
era in&ntum.
.y^ Church Directory.
BOUSDAEY CHURCH.
A.
K,
pastor, Preaching at Ernest on the fol
lowing,Sabbaths: July 8, 22 August 5,
19 September 2, 16, 30 October 14.
Time 2:30, p. m.
HYDE PARK—on
batlis:
July
tho following Sai-
15, 29 August 12, 26 Sept.
9, 23 Oct. 7. Time 3, p. m.
TYNXR—on
the following Sabbaths:
July 8, 22 Augusts, 19 Sept. 2, 16, 30
Oct. 14. Time 11, a. m.
BAY CENTER—at
5 oclock, p. m., on the
following Sabbaths: July 15, 29 August
12, 26 Sept. 9, 23 Oct. 7.
NECHE—At
11
a. m., on Sabbaths June
17, July 1,15, .29 Aug. 12, 26 Sept. 9,
23 Oct. 7. At 7 p. m. on Sabbaths* June
24 July 8, 22 Aug. 5,19: Sept. 2,16, 30
Oct. 4.
Wanted.
By the undersigned a couple of board
ers—residence situated in the pleasant
est part of the town, opposite to Mr.
McTavish's. Apply to
49-50
MRS. GEORGE THOMPSON.
Strayed.
To the premises of the undersigned,
about the 15th of June, a red cow, five
years old, a farrow. The owner can have
the same by paying expenses (including
this notice) on applying to
96}
acres of the best farming
land, between Pembina and West Lynne,
adjoining the boundary line. For fur
ther particulars apply to
GAFFNEY & KNEESHAW,
or J.
G.
THESUBSCRIBER
Caswell,
GEORGE GROGAN,
48-50 Pembina
CORD WOOD.
Two hundred cords of good dry Oak
landed from barges for sale by
48-53 J.
C. CANNING.
Houses to Bent.
Two good houses to rent on Stutsman
street. One suitable for boarding house.
Apply to
GAFFNEY & KNEESIIAW.
To Bent or Sell.
A house and Lot, also stoves, and a
Mason-Hpmlin Baby organ. Apply to
Rev. W. Ewing, or to Robt. Ewing, Pem
bina. 46-49
To Bent.
A good house on Cavileer street. Terms
easy, l'or information apply to Captain
Jack at the Geronx Hotel. 47-tf
Town and Ji'arin i. rop rty for Sale.
A house with good well and stabling
and lots 11, 12 and 13, block 51, corner
of Stutsman and Fourth streets in Pem
bina, and
Pembina,
SoxDERMAN, Walhaila 51
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed Tenders will be received, by
undersigned, Sec. 20 Tp. 1(30 range 51, up
20tli day of July next, for building
school house in school district number
-J7, Lincoln township, Pembina county,
D. T. The lowest or aiiy tender not
necessarily accepted. For plans, specifi
cations and particulars apply to district
clerk. By order of District Board.
A. L. MCIXTOSH,
Dist. Clerk.
Dated June 9th 18S3. 40-50
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Notice is hereby given that tenders
will be received by the undersigned for
the erection of a Presbyterian church at
Hybe Park. Plans and specifications
:nay be seen with Mr. Hyde, Hyde Park
H. A. Muyo, Walhaila Rev.-A. K, Cas
well, Neche
PIONEER-EXPRESS
office,
Pembina. The work to be completed on
or before 20tb August 1883.
JAMES HYDE,
47-50 Hyde Park.
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable
by that terrible cough. Shxloh's Cure is
the remedj for you. For sale by L.
WILKESS.
CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH and
Bronchitis immediately relieved by
Shiloh's Cure. For sale by L. "Wilkens.
CATARRH CURED, health and sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's Catarrh
Remedy. Price 50 cents. Nasal In
jector free. For sale by L.
JOHN McMIUA5,
WILKENS.
NOTARY PUBLIC,
LAND AND LOAN AGENT.
Has scores oi llrst-clnss improved and unimproved
Farms for Bale in this neighborhood!
Also some Two Hundred Town Lots.
Takes Final Proofs, makes filings on Pre-emption
and Tree Claims at Grand Forks. Does
all kinds of Conveyancing, etc.
OFFICE ON FOURTH STREET,
HAMILTON, D. T.
Agent for Comstock & White.
THAT
A CERTAIN PROMISSORY NOTE,
secured by chattel mortgage, dated Feb. 2,
1882, given by Butler Olson to Adam Lucy for
8300, lue July 1,1882, has been lost by me, and
ali persons are hereby notified not to purchase
said note, as the same has been paid by said
Bailer Olson in full, and the accompanying
moi tguge has been discharged.
Pembiua, June 17,1883.
47-51
ADAM LUCY.
Livery Stable.
PARTIES WANTING A LIVERY OUTFIT
FROM
NECHE
—TO—
ANY POINT IN THE COUNTY,
Can be accommodated at
Any Hour of the Dav,
R-BY—
CADY & JACOBS,
XT©q
!h.e, jQals-
WISHES TO ANNOUNCE
to the pablla that fee.liM nov
ft
CepPItETE 0UTOPF
K«K JieVIJM BaillDIW.
The appliances used are luch that little or no
damage results from moving.
Am now prepared to receive orders for any
thing In my line.
PRICES MODERATE
And Satisfaction Guaranteed.
JAMES AULD,
Aprtssm pembina.D.T.
PEMBINA
-:o:-
FULL SUPPLY OF
Building Material,
Doors,
Windows,
And Building Paper
Agent for the latest improved
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY.
E. M. NIXON,
0HAS. B. HARRIS
PEMBINA, D. T.
PHYSICIANS
Physician & Surgeon,
Pembina, Dakota.
To be found at the Geronx Hotel.
AU callg promptly attended to.
c.
H. KERMOTT, M. D.
IFMasreician., Siorgreon.
stxid. -A.cco'u.clier.
ST. THOMAS, DAKOTA.
BEDFORD, M. D.,
J.
Physician, Surgeon & AccGucher.
Will be at the Winchester hotel on Wednesdays.
J. MISGROVE, M. D. C. M.
IffflfffifWiM^
$ra*
1
1
Physician, Surgeon»Aceconchsr.
Graduate of McGill College, Montreal.
Drayton, Dakota.
Dental.
O. PHILIP, D. D. S., L. D. S.
ZDEIISPX'.AJLi ZESOOa^S.
McKay Block, Emerson, Man.
RF.PSRENCE3: Dr. Orton, M. P., and G. A. Reid
Dr. Smith. Di. Cameron, Dr. Kerr, Emerson
Uanltoba.
At Winchester House, Pembina, every
Friday.
HOTELS.
I^ETROFOUTAIi HOTEL,
O A E N E
Neche, D.T.
Opposite Railroad Depot.
Meals at all hours.
14-6mo M. J. TYNAN, Prop.
JJAYm HOTEL,
Bathgate, D.
xroxvxas: or or
First-class accommodations. Meals a 11 hours
Good Stabling In connection.
Cor. of Ninth Street and Central Avenue.
A new and elegantly furnished house. Sample
room for commercial travellers.- Good stabling
in connection. PETERS & PETERS,
16 Proprietors.
Fesao.'bixn.a, Co.
IFeno.'biaa.a,, 3D. T.
Transants a General Bapking Business, Buys
nd Sells Domestic and Foreign Exchange.
Collections a Specialty.
Correspondents—Merchants National Bank, St'
Paul First National Bauk, Chicago American
Exchange National Bank, New York.
P. JENNINGS,
PLASTERER
—AND—
BRICKLAYER.
Lliue, Sand and Hair always on hand and for
sale.
KAIiSOMTNING A SPECIALTY
Pembina, Dakota.
THAT HACKING COUGH can be so
quickly ctired by Shiloh sremedy.
for sale by L. WIUUNS,
r*?
I •.
DESIRES
American Dental Association.
This is to certll
well acquainted wii
dentist of the first rank.
T. E.
-DI^Y
ROBERT HAY, Prop.
jgELLEVUE HOTEL,
Walhaila, D. T.,
DENTIStRY.
Or Donaldson, Kittson County, Minn.^
'"v® (Graduate of the Philadelphia Dd*a CoOegt,)
Sec. American Dent. Association, and Sec. Illi State Board of Dental Examiners,
president for 1876-77, and occupied other equally responsible places with credit to and
benefit to the profession. I commend him to any one In need of a skillful and conscientious
practitioner of dental surgery.
It gires me pleasure to speak most cordially and positively In renrd to Dr. Smith's
and reputation a practitioner of dentistry while In Illinois.
EDMUND NOYB&'
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
For many years and until his removal to Minnesota, Dr. C. Btoddard
Smith was a resident of this city and practiced the profession of dental surgery.' Dr. Smith'Is a
man of high character. There never was abetter dentist in this city, and I doubt if better one
can now be found in this State. F. K. WHITTEMORE, Cashier.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
It gives me pleasure to recommend as a skllltal and oompetent dentist
Dr. C. Stoddard Smith, formerly of this city. And in so doing I speak from my own experience in
employing him during his residence here. To any person desiring the doctor* services. I QUI SAY
that in my opinion there are few if any better practitioners in the West.
PEMBINA, D. T. HAMILTON, D.T.
HA8 AS GOOD A LINE OF
STAPLE GOODS
As can be found in any store in this
Country, and without enumerating
all tlie different lines of Goods,
would simply Say each Department
will sliow for itself, and prices as
low as the same quality of goods
can be furnished.
Especial Attention Clothing
If we cannot suit vou in this Department, will take your order and make
up for you. A GOOD TAILOR CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
BOOTS AND SHOES:
that are warranted in this department will be just aa represented.
We keep the goods in this department that are adapted to our locality, and..
all the Novelties that this market demands.
GROCERIES!
Stock always complete. No baits
offered but straight business and
prices as low as can be sold by
responsible dealers.
•S^'Vt/y,
TO inform the citizens of Pembina County that he has opened a
Dental Office in Pembina on Stutsman Street, where he will be fomxi
during the first week of each month, prepared to perform any opera- -JC vi
a a a a &
In regard to standing in his profession Dr. Smith calis attention'of thoae
interested to the following endorsement:
ILLINOIS STATI BOABD OF DINTAL BxAimtna
GEORGE H. CUBHINO, D. D. S.,
CHICAGO, HI., Jane 18. IMS.'
thai
fy that I have known Dr. C. etoddard Smith for more than ten years, and ata
Ith his professional acquirements, and know him to be a skillful and cartful
rank. He was long the secretary of the Illinois State Dental Society a* weU as ita
A. W. HARLAN, D. D. 8.,
Professor of Dental Surgery in the college of Physicians and Surgeons of Chicago.
CHICAGO, IU.,June 15. USX.
President Illinois State Dental doctor.
STATE NATIOKAL BANK,
SPRINGFIELD, m.. Inn*
14, U8S."
RIDGELY NATIONAL BAKK,
SPBINGFIELD,
ni.,
Hi
SUM'
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& Metcalfgoods, and «U goods
G00D3 DEP^WEp
A IVFI A Yon can always suit yourself In
JrU-lU vAl^, this department, if yon are at'
all reasonable in your demands.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
The best line of Carpets, Oil Cloths, Lineoleun, Mats, Rugs, Etc., in the Market.
Trunks, Satchels, and Hand Baskets.
Crockery and Glass Ware in fall Din
ner, Tea and Chamber Setts.
CAVILEER, D. T. BEAULIEU, D. T.
ROBT. EWING,
REAL ESTATE AND LOAN OFFICE,
ISolette St., Fezadlolna, 3D. 1?.
ONE OF THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE MEN IN DAKOTA.
to Loan on Farm Land or Making Final Proofs
FARM LAND—He lias for tale the choicest land In the valley and la personally acquainted
with all parts of the coucly. TIMBER LAND—He has Timber Landi for sale in large or
quantities. TOWN LOIS—la Pembina, the county seat, and other towns. Parties who art
,desirous of building can have lots on easy terms.
W
KINDS OP LAND BUSINESS TRANSACTED. CONVEYANOING ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY.
ZEIAJEWVIS TO IRZEOSTT
LAND LAW A SPECIALTY.
'tesSc
smtSKc?.
June it.
188S.
Resp'ly.,
WILLIAM RIDGELY, Cashier.
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DE. SMITH may be found as above from JULY 2 to 8, except in the
afternoons of the 3d and 5th. Notice of further appointments will be given
in this paper.
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