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1 ill!?1 W p? x- Wmi% „,||f JOTfcSS 3r|-**BS^li( ,tM & '^•0 IP-, '"•"'•il '.r "«s». "1-JM '"&• .••*•$"'*•-** Ws* v^-J-raasp Uwr.^j .RWS^ VJv^ 1'r-^ illMlt 'JakJS a c^**M8«WSBPP® J&m VL W '.. Is •, y& :V i*kh4i -jfeS- •®^'«s TODAY. JULY IT, UM. MWIOWWI. Bintxqri weotio tlw Fori Motfayaad fa*e garriaoo a aere- •errloe bold in WftuAtftn* iki'H aceooat ot t*e children'* eer &m-to bebeMatthe Methodist m**. ..., J^ooos^yr. T.iTJv BMetaat Snife* to^ajr, uri«tbeviHor» ^fcmaftoexgeet.to aUeadart, Miiilaaiii ifwitaer, Kaeesbaw,Bjru •M AHn. M». J. X. Museelnan of Oarali«r Intend* to Join. the partr Walearnthat J?r*nk Qlngraa Of It* BttMCaoe dlM last week. H« Ml hMwotl^otlforman Glnfrer of tills ftad iWIIt tbe bonae, oow Sfc** I froa^KiUtfa.Hall KPK... 4^6M 2ftiMa and this TjM»»B(i'S-«ib-i-: b# usedaooordie |f%|ifedl^ttoa^^iiidlTldaal. l.Jjattanmlf seat pettUon, whieh totftaoaitit to. the commlMlonerslast «Nk,4MtalMd 1882 nanw, but for aoaseanexplalned reason waa taken tee* «s»lo andnot filed wlUi the auditor. The board meet again on August*!*, week from Monday, to ooaHdnrli, If presented. rat the M, Sunday. An been prepar- edentittai "Among the birds." A floral clock a pretty feature. The Inrlte all thelr friends, will- bo for tbe chit- I fund Hi«eod Snd wltb IK Bnbert, who has nee In hotel wbere tbe wa F^LTBEEMFORTSND AJFO MM. mi Mr.La Ik* Mr. Bnbert is H«!iS Jm, 0% Preebyteriao t% |Mstieveara, 'fM favorably knownou parallel, is agi of a Presbyter rswi^ The Osr- of the to start Herald. Sunday. to A Sondsy ^eas. Bev. in tbe town ling at imrti. illlfpMkeiwAM IfiBjjMwtjlMr1tbelastfew S#d 4d flw Whole abow that the ID bola viwmlaea Binders will be atwerfc quite next week.:, Stone eatijr bare been entthlaweek. Some of early oata ind barley are well-bat mudh of tbe later •own to onlr foot king, and only a late fall will ^ave it. It will ma good bay Uwogh. Qeorge Lawrence, 5ear JoUette atation, wn to itart tat Under on Nondar. in a twenty two acre leld of wheat which amn bif^ityM to snow. He aayi It i» a good yield. Harveet will start tan or fifteen days earlier than usual, and will last longer. as cropa are rtp .enlngso nnevenl?. iy*•••••.•'• MS,1 A nwna cutting and maogling fleWent oocjurred oft Wednesday, twn illeaawiUi of tbla cl tyJiear jO^ WW ell's,. watder GisHaon, an Ioelander, was cnttlng hay with a mower at aome distanoe from bis bouse. Unknown 16 bimetals Uttie boy,aged aboutl^iree yeus, bad foQowed blm to the field aM as the team of oxen httched to tbe mower came round, tbe fatber law tbe little fellow in fiont of tbe knives. The father's shouts to tbo only bunted tbem on, and In deaperatlOD, he Jumped In front of the alckle*bar and anatebed away the child. Both the fatber and child were terrible cut and mangled. The father's arm waa cut nearly half off while the child bad both arms cut rery badly and bis abdomen nearly cuithrougb, only by chance escaping complete disembowelling. The Vic were brought to town and their wounds dressed by Dr. Harris. It Quired ten stitches to hold the parta 10 place on the child's abdomen ani •Mirly SO stltcnea on thekrma. The wotmds were rough and Jagged, and this prevented the bleeding would otherwise have caused I: dlate death, if the wounds were clean eut. As It Is, unless unfavorable symtoms occur, Dr. Harris thinks both patients will recover. rmoniit. Quite a number of our citizens sre visiting Winnipeg this week and tafc lug in the Provincial fair. Among them are Mrs, T. L. Price und chil dren, Mrs. O'Hara and daughter* May also B. K, and Albert Gavileer, G. Thompson, and Attorney Baylor, the later party going via thejbicycle route .Thomas Wilson of Drayton weut through on the N. P. Tuesday on his way to Winnipeg B. T. Bjornson, manager of the Icelandlo paper "Log berg" of Winnipeg was an interested •tor at the Independent this city on hia way home via If:P.'Vy.r.Mft.uac«lte.ieft ftr on Monday...MessrsProbst ipg of Bathgate were- in Imacblatst and Mr. Selling Is a and has with him testimo-, the great Krupp Gnh^io aa tb.:bia ability......Hn. •of Jamestown ir visiting vand Mm. H. Andersoo the photo mad tt bscato stayuntil toasonow afternoou Hioo. Nathan Myriok of St. Paui. i«a a visitor this week. Mr. Myrlck friends here wbo aie glad lo observe that tbe advancing yeara lit lightly on bis broad aboulders, Mr. Cyrick has propyrty intersista in this nity of considerable ,vklne: ..There a fishing party ovei at St "V|ii from Keche on Sanday!. :V. .Mr. "um of Drayton went through to anipeg via bicycle "trn Friday and [MtWned on tbe M. P. on Sunday, '•'oontrart from the dtr to put down iin artesian weU,and began operatlona this week. The purpose for,which the well is being put down is protection to property against fire^anditt is lo cated on tbe-Hver bank north Ir -A p pleton avenue. Tbe contract calla fur a four inch pipe for the .first 300 feet and hot lest than a three inch pipe'for the'remaln- be^ bought lag»0feet (th«ilmlt of Uft^dontract) the work to oe considered finished at any time a satisfactory flow of water la reached. The atlpulated price Is 18 per foot .for the 'first 300 feet and I&25 per foot for/the balance of the distance. It ia thought that a good flow of water will be reached within the irst 200 feet, as two wells in the city of less than that depth have good supply of water that raises within six or eight feet of the surface.—Cry*. KanaaaOrBosfc Two "prairie schooners" attracted considerable attention on ThM street yesterday, as they stopped for sup. plies. 0ne wagon bore the leigend "To Kansas or bust, for Alberta is busted by—" The farmers wbo owed the outfits and whose famlies were snugly stowed away in the wagons, belonged to a party of farmers who moved from Kansas to the Bdmund Un counter Ajear ago, under the as surancetdrtha Canadian land boomers fortunes awaited tbem there, of them bad money then and were,furnished special colonist cars to make tbe trip In is all gone, their ittie disposed of for debts they Idatall they bad. «aa promised tbem nothing whatever can beralaed, and ltfor ve a alngle team back to Kan route or forth Dakota, wboaapved Mmmm mm Oo^Oommlssloner, 4th District, W. D. allAjr 0B0tf6« The independent convention was held at Hamilton on Tuesday, with tbe above results. The convention was well attended by the delegatee, nearly all being pneenttfn pereon, be aides a large attendance of delegatee "without credentlals"who represent ed the Interests of the other two poll Meal parties, and both In and out of oonventlon got in considerable work. Mr. Jas. Doble'waa selected aa temporary chairman and J. Frawley, secretary, and afterwards the lem porenr organlsatioo was made Jpernis nent,.onrecommendation ofthj»ipRi|ii mlttoe, oonslstlng of A Morrison, J Bechtel andA. Mann. The committee on credentials were, O. VuOamp/ Donald Thomson, W. D. Best, Jos. Morrison. .They report ed the following delegates. AKBA. ChaB Crowaton,Jno.Skan derberg, Sveln Arnison. AVON. W. L. Weeks, A. 8 Heller Jr., J. MoOurdy. BCAUMXT. J. Elnaraon, J. A. Spangelo, proxy for J. S. Staples, J. Eluarson, proxy for J. M. BJaraison. BATHOATC. J. T. Blacklock, Baptle, Jaa. Bennet, J. G. Weeks. CAVALIM. J. Bechtel, J. A. Fraw ley, Clarke Murdoch. Jas. Doble, J. Oonmee, D. E. Mordcn. ORTSTAL. W. \V. Mcintosh, O. G, Giyte, B. N. Wall, A. B. Boston, W. Mitchell. CABMSLE. J. Hazlette, Bobt. Men tie, Bobt. Baakln, W. Smellle. "'f- Bfveen» Bobt. FerguSoo.j: Horrison, F. Edwards. BUBA. J. Stafford, and proxy for Jas. Hamilton. CrARDAB. C. Johnson, S. Brolfson, S. T. Bergman. HAMILTON. S.McLauclin,T.DOW, D. Page, Foster Johnson. JOLIKTTE. W. J. Harper, proxy W. Wilson. LINCOLN. B. Wilson, A. L. Mcln tosh, B. Irwin. LODKXA. C. J. Lutes, Donald Thomson. MIDLAND. A. S. Bissel, Thos N^w ana, Jas. Tisdale. "r NEOBB. Alex. Morrison, B. W.J. Louden. PABK. M. Carmlchael, man, C. Church, J. B. Johnson: PSXBIXA. W.Welford.W.T. Thos. Boadhouse, C. Full. ST. TBOXAS. J. C. JackSon,G.I^rsf cCabe Ottem,., r.-Joifi W.*C. BriggS,A. Best. Mr. Probst Is a well TBOI0VAU.A J.Gudmundson M. Snowfield proxy for^K S.~ ttougbi .. nean Xaneel, MMtead. SBOOXD URATOIUU. BLSTMOT. jenator, J. Doble.. ^,.».».Oavallcr. jjresentatttw, fi. P. Ottem, St. Jhuaasi S. BaroKlwn, Qardar. do. Oommlssloner, Snd DIstHct, F. F. nViwoaon.................MonnUln. Krlstianaop and S. Ifagnosson WALHAUA. J*i Baker, W Is doubtedecked an^oon- •Uts of plankf and resolutions., Thejr ud and cooperation Jn garnrjng out from everybody without re- I to former political affiliation^ Bras tbo Omaba platform of 1892, forjfcetffnd unlimited coinage of igblffand sllrer at 16 to 1, and of'paper by government until the amount shall equal 960 per capita. Favor of government ownership of telegraph and railroads'. Call for trenchment in state and county ex- In legislation, rigid enforcement of all statutes, particularly-the proht tlon law. Resolved, In favor of wo man's suffrage, oppo«e it^ealof penal ty clause in prohlbltlon law. Favor a tax on option deals. Want postmast ers elected by popular vote, and U. S. (district) Judges also. 'Supreme Judg es by Jolut vote of senate and repre sentutlves. State to' filrnlsh free text books aud moral principles and poIitlcaLeconoiny to bo taught In pub lic schools. Taxes to be collected by township treasurers. The committee on:, "program' Messrs Mcintosh, Welfoid, Morden, brought in an order of business simi lar to that published above a re solution that all candidates should be pops, and express themselves such that nominating speed should be limited to ten minora and secondlngfive minutes that Che first ballot shotild be informal all ot which waa agreed to, exeept that by a vote of 47 to 35, the doors to the office of county Judge and atates attorney were left ajar for candidates outside of the party. Then came tbe voting and the convention found itself in an almoat Inextricable parliamentary tangle by trylog to adhere to the "rules" which compelled them to have an informal Imllot, with only one candidate, Mr. W. J. Bride, putln nomination for auditor. After a big struggle the convention finally suc ceded in duly nominating their one candidate, by tbe following informal vote: W. J. Bride, 88 W. F. Grill, 4 W. C. Brlggs, 4 J. W. Hughes, 1. The great contest of tbe convention was for the office of sheriff. The no minees were Geo. McCabe. James Doble, Neil Thomson, all of Cavalier and James Blacklock of Bathgate. The first Informal ballot resulted Mo Cabe 88, Tbomaon 19, Blacklock 11, Jtfhle*. Mr. Doble dsellhcii asaeaa dldateJboth before andjkftar this bal lot, but admitted he did not know what be would do If It was given blm. A series of catechisms were then fired at Messrs McCabe and Black lock, and Mr. Blacklock in turn fired sows «usstions to individuals In tba convention in reference to reports •boat his candldacar. While both candldates came up to the scratch as W beiag independents, tbeie were protty pointed queries thrown to factioa. tbe gonaial much like a bombaid i'aWP'^ iraagooda wasnoneedof Oonsiderable l|«cnaUoh waa had bptb sides li te« nm« llne and tbe ballot resulted: Toung tt,Mulr M. *V» county- treasurer Whitfield Douglas of Lincoln was noaloatad a plea belng made in his behalf that be waa the- only candidate preaentad from out of the G. N. trade. County Commissioner Mcintosh of Crystal, was,nominated by J. Baptle of Bath gate. Tbe ballot resulted, (9 Mclntosb.13 BalUday, 3. The o0pe of clerk of court was then filled. Wesley Brlggs of Tyner and Frank A. Hart were ptat in nomi nation. The vote atood, Hart, 69 Brigga, tt. Mr. Hart in Lteaderlng beat spMeh of the Bavi- ". JPor register of deeds G. J. Lnies of Qrystal was made tbeVnomlnee by vote'of to XI for James aiket of Brnegt. .-•-ft V. Quackenbush, B.: W. Ofmpy and Al^ MuIr weira jplaeed^n npuiinitton for the ofllde of county Judge but Mr. Mulr decllnedln favor of his friend Quackenbush. But the •bowed that bis friends ahd Quaoken bush's together only numbered IB while Oonmy had M. A motion to leave theoffloe vacant was beaten. The balance of the offices were filled on a show of bands with results as follows: Coroner Dr. Mulr 30, Dr. 8uter, 8. Surveyor F. B.Hebert mr. Frawley noidlliate^.S. Gudmui son, but on belngjnfonaed tftat Mr. Gudmundson was a dlegraee to the party, acknowlfcged tbat' he did not know him and therefore^ withdrew bis name. The following county committee was nominated by the program oom mlttee and were elected J. Doble, chairman Alex Duncan, Secy W. Best, Jos. Morrison', C. J.-lutes, and each of tbe chairmen of the senator ial district cqmmittees. The^i cunveiiUotit adjourned about n^ wjtflgle^slatlvo con- .•entloi^ whIoIi'cdnTeped Ijtntiied lately ^afterwards. AteskWWrlli waa.'f^aip ^tinsomHUng ta ssfdte if ._ and Mr. C. ircertalnly^brvesdlBt. Chas. Full neaiiaaiM !'Jfc Hurier, w«Bo«e TbaocABntttaa to ptntforu 8. McLaucbU'lg|,it. FergtteoDf 'J. Htt iitt,f.K.i(oOiir«rt:c^jr. (.5Kordenr Why should it need a. "mlddle of the road" chap to filll each -OiiBce ex cept county Judge and attorney? The county judge gives the druggist 11 censes and the attorney prosecutes the blind pigs. If any county offices have anything to do with the prin ciples.of the platform these, most par ticularly, are the ones. As to "confessions" of the cantil dates, the latest date glven.by any of the recruits, of their conversion, was "two yean ago." Bat. .each and every one called on, 4*4 aisarly all were called,.made a straight endorse ment of the independent movement, and all that it implies., ^,? Landlord Bute, of t^ HamlAon bouse did himself propd in taking' cara of tbe erttwd atdimer. Ite tfeo pandora of the press, ty apedal Bnttgnte. ^Mwiwlodge 1«ood bright limaentary to change §Mn. Geo AJTell ton in one. of the best nomlna^ng ADAOCBAA -FLSADAA- -''-SH Speaki^ cg cMifsaitoa elHrilth on tbepartof tbcpndldateira remarked, be Vm glad.to see somany new recrints, but believed In the Methodist doctriae tif six months on probation. of Cavaligr, said,' two years ago, he opposed Mulr btamn be was too young, that Mulr was old er now, but Young was still Young. McCabe promised Sam -McLiiHwh lin to do all In bis power 'to clow.np blind pigs, and promised the conven tion to appoint only deputies "of the popullstic party. 'Even Mr. Doble hafl t^ii^d'ohbls legs and say "I am an indepepdent."1 Bat the convMtfon Itself'bad to laugh at the absurdity of,* ^u]e that made such an exhibition necessary.' ABSouuray purb Peter McNIllao'snsmsis notwrit UMs ..Vb»'N-«ilB«ai«e. •CalhsthM Gnnt S. Hager waa ibere and as sisted chairman Doble In tight par liamentary places. Charley Lee, Bufr ledge and Falrtihlld were the only abeentaes from the pencil pushing fraternity. COUNTY NEWS. Governor Abrams was over from Pembina Tuesday. Undo Ben Snyder waa down from Ernest, Tuesdayevenlng with a load of oats. The James boys, Geo. Ganssle, and Geo. Esterly each got In a carload of twine this week. Ike Foster will commence to cut wheat Friday which will average twen tySbushels to the acre. Qur gun clubs are coming to the front in good shape. They averaged 90 per cent at their last practice. Archie Cunle, Vlck Dawson, Geo. Bissel and Geo. Lithgow left Wednes day for Rainy Lake City, overland via, Hallock and Jadls, Minn. John Jackson is the happy possessor «f a pet pig who can do most anything but talk. John is very proud of his plgshlp, which Is only a few months old Everybody went to the pic-nlc at Necbe Friday. This was one of the best plc-nlcs ever held In Pembina county, every thing went off in apple pie order, if it was held within a mile of Grotna. 30, S. O. McGuln,8 Oonstables^smes Yeo Crystal, 43 W. C. Brlggs, Tmer. 44 Kd. Nevers, Cavalier, 38: J. F. Lon desborough, Pembina, 25 'Wm.Laney, Bathgate, 23 Laney-being the lowest was counted out. The Justices were unanimously notnlhated ahd are," C, H. AsMlstltte -Hamilton: Thompson, Aeniel i^dr JotiqBon, Our Bathgate foot ball team played St. Thomas Friday last, at the A. O. U. W. pic-nlc held in Nechc. The boys got scooped, but It was a combi nation between Winnipeg acd St. that did it. ine juvenile club of the Cavalier foot-ball team, played a friendly game with our Juveniles, Saturday evening the game was a draw, both wpms making a goal. The Cavalier boyiBahowed themselves to be regular little gentlemenU through the game. Bev. Bobeon umpired. Wm. Robinson:—Thank the Lord that I am again back in God's coun try. I went to Edmonton last year from Nebraska with my family and stock but came near starving -to death up there, plenty of* the ballote ii'imf&iai an enthusiast, and WB»vaa~W hurrah styte of poMiabWlbe wood ^ayis-a. light crop here, quite a •ninherare cutting bay east of St Thomas, on the line of the supposed railroad. Martin Johnson was circulating a petition for removal of the county seat. Guess the county seat will re main where It is for a while. the number (If The Cavalier people were roand with a county seat petitions lb' ttfelr pockets and we were given an oppor tunity to affix our own,-signature. As we don't intend to run for office this year we declined, Laxdal, Brynjolfson, Jas. McCabe, Trenholme, Stack and a lot of other good looking fallows seemed to have tbe privilege of tbe floor" though none of them, appearoh the report of the committee on credentials. There were a lot of delegates wbo went In to getfmail or something from Post masterChlsbolm, .biff Wlndow,~'ajid so There are objectioas ta t^ 'Voai bine" or "d«ta" ^attmtar tb» opinions of a mob are an'torbe mlxed and the net resulua^ qot^|Bi^ijh of ah improvementovwthe methods. Honesty is tba bM$o'f pollqy,.but too much hooestrsometlmM icnocks out a There Is nothing particularly objec tionable in the personel of the ticket "all are bonorable men" and will be entitled to a respectable fiineral in November on tbe otbe^ hand, the real middl^of-tbe-road pon will hAve to look shaap over the' llstfo discover modi ovar which to rouca a partizan ntbustasm The independenta of who are presented- byt some nl onr aMSt in fiusatlal (snnera,, held their caijiew Soturday evening. Bev. Corrick, of Emerado, preached here on Sunday last, and held a short buslneM meeting afterward. It seems that the Elora people are deep ly In love with St. Tbonias. ,«nd coal, but a majt^qp't dlgest such stuff as thati-t-jgbiffilost-a thousand dollars In the?"jpWbnt in thank ful that I gotjbaqj^lw'tiiyHle. The roads we lined' wilth farmers and teams leaving that ooaatry. Tell you that thia is agpqd lesibn to me to tot wall |g Barley will be cut nekt ^'week and air the attractipn Just Rlchnrdsou, the Crystal miller, made us a call on his wheel, Saturday last, en route from Grand Forks. Richardson thinks nothing of eating dinner at Minneapolis and supper at Cryatal. Crystal Is still Improving both in else and beauty. Down in that city they commit suicide In the mora' Ing and get married at night. Only for the little bit of excitement down there each summer, we would utterly collapse. Love Is cheap In Crystsl. The weather is warm and so are politics. There seem to be quite number anxious for office thla fall so far, Archie O'Connor'a shoes seem to be the most sought after. We hear .the democrats will run S. Bleb ardsob, of St. Thomas, this Is to be kind of Salve to heal up the recent wounds, (Inflicted by the late P. O, deal. Some of the party wonder how Thcxton, that has never voted or dona anything for the good of the order got such a reward, while old veterans like Richardson and Swanson, are left out in the cold. Query, does tbe postoffice belong to Thexton or O. C, & Co? •UUHm. David Wallace harvested a piece of early barley last week. The legislative bee escaped from S McLauchlin last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Philadelphia Penn. are visiting with their son L. Brown. Quite a number attended the A. O, U. W. pic-nlc, at Necbe, Friday last. They report an enjoyable time. ip dm: To Be Given Away, targe Dining Table, or Sit of Dinner fishes, ts prefared. Any one buying one dollar's worth of goods at out store shall have the privilege of the person Large Dining Table, or as In turning down Nell Thomson, the convention dropped the strongest vote-getter ln the lot. But it wasa "matter of prlnclple"as Mr. McLauch lin said in reference to his own defeat two years ago. a qtake no mistake, fsr ie county, and quite a num ber of fast horses, among those wbo are tracking hores are J. L. Brown, M. S. Frlse, W. H. Roberta, N. H. Murney, Wm. Page and Robt. McLel lan all, trotters and wind splitters. Walhatla. Died—At B:iy Centre, on July 18th. Edward Guy, third son of Anson and* Amelia A. Lec, aged tbirty-flve years and sixteen days. Edward Guy Lee was born at Odessa Canada, on June 2nd. 1859, and resld ed there until the year 1819, when he with the rest of the family moved to figs country where he hss resided, the ^exception of two years .in Michigan, ever since. Mr a man who gained the respect esteem of all with whom he be acquainted, and his widow has the most^sincere sympathy ot the fMe cominunity, In her great affile tiofl. WMle residing In Michigan he aMC^t^i wIth the I. O. O. F. and .goud^iflandlBfr lit both orders. The fdnend Whieh took place on July 19tb. Iras vwylargely attended, both oiders to whim' deceased belonged turning out ver^largely to pay tbe last honon to their brother. According to the last request of tbe deceased, the cere monies were conducted by the I. O O. F. whose beautiful and impressive funeral functions added to the sol emnlty of the occasslon. The funeral sermon- was preached by Mr. Bet the Methodist minister of this chsige at Ernest on Sunday evening, and was largely attended. 1894. of cents contained coming the near est to the .number shall be presented with a preferred. come to us A guessing in a bottle placed a set of Dinner Dishes Not one cent more charged for the goods, present from Chas. that we will firm in the city. Trade is good with its, but still Full, t? show and buy Clothing, Hats, Gents' Furnishings, Ginghams, Shirts, Sheeting, Tickings, House Furnishings, etc. From all part* of Pembina Co., we draw trade our low prioee and good treatment to our tomers is the drawing oard. This must be cash, and cash only. A 5 tin CHAS. FULL. it's the people do better for them than any other we more the more we sell, the cheaper we can sell, can do ftao. you'& wsmt. Or course, nine-tenths cream made, ia fiATored osed to be) with Leznb& eP Most else, -without rcg«ar4 *o If your bottle .bears this Start's SHORT'©" SATISFACTORY EXTRACT VANILLA. PUT CP BT W. G. SHORT, Short's Satisfactory Store. PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA. Tou are sure to be pleaied with the result. It is Pure Vanil la made right on the premises and not a mixture of Tonka beans, sl oohol ond bttrat sugar. You'IT notice the difference at once be tween it and the average extract. The Lemon is just as good, made from clean, fresh Lemon-peel, pro perly prepared. Try them, they are more economical than any other, tu say nothing of the Satis faction you get with every bottle Buy them at 1 Tanglefoot Fly Paper* At the Drug Store. Millinery R. AYLEN Pembina. Dakota. LOANS CONVEYANCING Farm Loane a Specialty. Money to loan on chattel*. Collections promptly attended to. tt. AYLEN. MISSES COATS. PEMBINA, N. Notary Pnblk. N. P. HEADQUARTERS, Having leased the above rhouse, I ask the patronage of the public A good table, dean rooms, comfortable beds and a well-ordered house at reasonable rates. HOST. HUBERT, Prof. ap Satisfactory $ton. There's Millions in if! 1, *$ Opening. The latest novelties Spring and Summer Mil inery are on display at our new rooms. The la dies are cordially invited to call ana inspect, "r anyhow 4 s. m, in -.m. 74 •f' It is die only bow (rnc)wliidi cannot be pulled from tfee waftdi. To be had only witt Ju. 1 Filled and other wfW4aiM stamped with thuM& awh, aptaHiaWMHIMX KeystoneWateh For sale by, M. H. Ifitiitt, W?