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Railroad Time Table. NORTHERN PACIFIC. I FLOIME SOUTH i:00tW 2:88 8:85 8:B9 4:1] pm 4:88 4:88 pm 5:12 7:15 pm 8:18 Clerk. W, -4js.» 46ittG NOBTSF ..Winnipeg... rl«...... 1:25 Morrl 11:55pm 10:50 am 10: *7 am 10:47 am 0:57 am Pembina .H.MV.HHa.JOiitttfl ..........HI. ......... Bowo^moiit... Pittsburgh ..............Drayton S :47am 0:14 am 7:85am #:24 & tn 4:05 am Grafton ........... Eaet Forks ............C:ook8ton.....„ Winnipeg Junction.... 10:81p eoccB-rxss. •WEX&M. ZT©.' 12, CK -A.. IB. Regularmeetlngceyerj aeoond ndtourtbllon* dav of each month*. J. Q. BONDER*AN, MOSES HELLEB. Adiatabt. Post Commander. faxa.'bl&.a. XiodLc*, a, JL. T. Bgular meetings in thi !Elstanding Friday of every monl are invited Regular meetings in the evenings of first and Visiting Brethren /^^riday of evory.mo T. R. 8HA.W, Secretary. D. WLNLAW, W. M. ipsrxxT35.o.o. 1AO, A. O. "CT. "W» Meets every first and third Monday of the Month. E. MCBBIDE, F* M- %HGJTR Recorder, M. w. Fanfela •. Oswaap, aa^T,. W. A.. Meet every Second and Fourth Monday. Vi siting neighbors cordially invited. H. A. MORSEL, ATJS. SHORT, V. C. Seg?xAe o£ 3Xoaa.or. Me®ts every Second and Fourth Wednesday. MRS. W. J. KNEESUAW, Mas. C. B. HARRIS, C. of H. Recorder. E'ooa.'blzs.B. 3S»p«.stao.o».t. Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the month. W. W. FELBON, J* D- Secretary. J. KNEESHAW, R, A. THACKER, t: WLNLAW, Chief. iisa'AXi. Lawyer. Will practice in Courts of Dakota MiSSl and before United States Land office. Dloney to Loan andCollectlonsmade. PEMBINA, WORTH DAKOTA BURKE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Successor to N. C. Young. Beal eBtate, lloans and collections. BATHOATS, WO&TK DAKOTA. AUCTIONEER. Particular attention to sales of Farm Property. HAMILTON, NORTH DAKOTA sB-srsxcz^srs. CHAS. R. HARRIS, E. Physician and Surgeon. Found at ail hours when not professionally engaged, at hia office, on Stutsman street at daytime ana at his resi dence on Cavil eer street at night. PEMBINA, 290BTH DAKOTA J, P. BRENNAN, D. D. S. 3M83STTXS®. Graduate of State University of Iowa. Located permanently at Bathgate. Office in the Pioneer Express Building, Pembina, from tho 16th to 23rd Monthly. Bathgate and Pembina, N. Dak' PEMBINA Building and Loan Association. A"! PKMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA loande on where in the connty Money loande on good RealEstateSecnrityany inty. What you pay forrent will the monthly dues. No other paymentshave to be made, and in from six to eight years yon own theproperty. Duesona $400 loan £A6 $0 per month. Address, E. D. BOOKER, T. L. PRICE, Secretary Presiden t. PEHB1NA Lumber Yard FULL SUPPLY OF Building Material ADAMANT," the best plaster on earth. Lime, Sand, Brick and Cement. Free delivery of Lumber to all parts of the city. E. M. NIXON. Flour and Feed Store. The undersigned desires to call the attention oi the farmers and Eeopltjin Co genera] to the fact* that is EOW prepared to supply all witb Flour and Feed of all kinds WEEjiT, OATS AND BAR! JGV Talien in exchange, or for cash, at the highest market pric« gtope: on corner Stuts iuan and Secjui streets Pembina. H.O. FELDJMAN, Proprietor. B. JOHNSON, tractor and Builder, Pembina, N. D. Sf en years experience in Winnipeg -V'.aad ther places. Plans and specinca f%,tiom 'urnished of any kind of structure. Pi ies interifflnjj to build or remodel eii iremises will save themselvs trou ble id annoyance by consulting me.® 1 11MA^wl to th« WgbMt kaktat |MW*r taw. Act—I fssttsfcewr f—— UM IMtor thai mr tttor braa* --y Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO., NtW YORK. COUNTY NEWS. Hamilton. M. A. Woods has removed from town. J. A. Wright visited Bathgate Tuesday. Walter Green returned to St. Paul on Saturday. H- N. Joy is somewhat under the weather. Wm. Fuller of Glasston was a caller Monday. T. N. Eliott drove over to Pembina Sunday. Mrs. Muir left for her home in Chicago Wednesday. Dr. J. P. Brennan of Bathgate was town Tuesday. John Rock will run L. Kenna's big engine this season. J. T, Blacklock will run an elevator at Bathgate this season. W. H. Hassing drove over to Emer son, Manitoba Snnday. P. Jennings of Cavalier was in town for a short time Tuesday. T. W. Brown of Pembina was in town for a short time Tuesday. Geo. Walper has purchased a new Advance threshing outfit. Mr. Vosper of Neche held cases on the X-Rays for a few days last week. Hamilton is lighted now nights with a lot of new street lamps erected by the city fathers. W. D. Robertson, proprietor of the Gem restaurant, spent Sunday at St. Thomas. Robt. MoGruer of Duluth was in town for a couple of days last week looking after his farming interests. Very little threshing is done around Hamilton as yet, but if the weather con tinues fine there will be quite a bit of threshing done by Saturday. Editor Hassing, J. A. Wright, Bert Herd and Jas. Page drove over to Pem bina Thursday evening of last week and took in the Gorton minstrel show. A. Winlaw has been engaged to run the St. A. & D. elevator at this place. Mr. Winlaw will doubtless receive a large share of the grain marketed at Hamilton. Miss Bessie Brown visited with the Goodalls for a couple of days last week. The Kickapoos are at St. Thomas now and are playing to a full house every flight. Geo. J. Silk of Buffalo, N. D. is hold ing cases on the X-Rays. Mr. Silk is a painter and paperhanger by trade and if one is to judge by the name he ought to be pretty smooth. Bowesmont. C. N. Swanson was out to Prattford on business Tuesday. Miss N. Brown of Bathgate is visiting with her sister Jennie. Mrs. V. S. Waldo returned from her visit to Manitoba Friday and V. S. says nothing but looks pleasant. Miss Sybil MacLean of Elora and her sister from Minneapolis spent a few days in town the first of the week. Misses Brown and Purdy returned from summer school Saturday. Miss Brown commenoed teaching Monday in the Torrey school. A few of the sports look in an ice cream social across the river in Hanson's grove last Saturday evening. They re port a very enjoyable time. .:ito a number of the machines around here have begun to knock out the No. 1 hard, but where is the dollar-and-a-half wheat that some predicted? The "grocery peddler" must have done a very sood business around here, judging from the amount of freight in li.s care at the depot and the fact that some of the merchants are feeling a little hos tile. We heard an unusual sound on the east side the other night and could not make out what it was, but afterwards learned that Adam McKibbin had pur chased a team of goats, Woodmen or Foresters we do not know which. Teacher Wanted. Teacher holding second grade certifi cate wanted for district No. 71, Joliette township, for a term of nine months, school opens on October 1st. J. D. LARICHELIER. Clerk, Prattford P. O. Teacher Want ad. Teacher holding not less than second grade certificate lor school district No. 87, county of Pembina, to take charge of school about llth ofSept. Apply, stat ingsalary, to DONALD MCLARTY, Hdc P..rk P. O. To send the army to Santiago without every precaution against the real enemy namely,'the fever fiend—was every whit as absurd as it would have been to send it without amuninon for the rifles. There is not even the excuse that the expedi tion was gotten off in baste, It took an inordinate time after Ceryera's fleet Jwd been bottled up in Santiago harbor by our navy to get General Shafter's army on board the transports and fairly start ed. Unhappily, there has seemed, even after these matters had been pointed out, very little capacity on the part of the authorities of the army to improve san itary conditions. Nothing could have been more severe than the physical ex amination to which the volunteers were subjected when the regiments were form ed at the opening of the war. We sent into the various camps something like three hundred thousand young men, eveiyone of whom was in excellent health. It needs no argument to show that the experience of being in camp in the United States in the pleasant months of May, June and July, far from break ing down the health of these young men, ought to have just the opposite effect. The regular life, systematic drilling, and careful attention to personal and camp hygiene that were not only feasible, but plainly obligatory, ought to put our army into a superb physical condition by Aug ust or September. That is what would have happened in France or Germany. It is not what has happened in the Un ited States. The camps have been in fested with typhoid fever, malaria, and enteric troubles of all sorts, with the al leged result of a shocking average de bilitation.—From "The Progress of the World," in the American Monthly Re view of Reviews for September. LOCAL WANTS. For Sale. Bay mare, very cheap. It R. AYLEN. Girl Wanted. Mrs. T. R. Shaw wants to hire a good girl. FLOUR EXCHANGE. You can exchange'Pembina or St. Vin cent elevator storage tickets,(for flour with C. Theodorf, agent of the Warren Flour Mills at the Adams building in St. Vin cent, on the same terms as if you took your wheat to the mill. Farm For Sale. Containing 240 acres 185 acres under cultivation 40 acres of fine young timber fenced in for pasture first-class build ings. The farm is situated 2% miles from Pembina and in first-class condition. For terms apply to this office. 52tf Housekeepers. There is no flour better than the War ren. Ask vour dealer for it. 28tf Get good weight and good quality, by changing your wheat for Warren flour, at the St. Anthony Elevator. 38-tf Piano for Sale. An elegant Kurtzmann piano, good as new, can be purchased at a bargain on easy terms. Call or write, this office. Farm .Loans. Talk with A. Short & Co. when you want to renew your loan. Plenty ot money on short notice. tf A. SHORT & Co. Good Flour for Wheat. Farmers you can change your wheat for Good Flour without waiting. At the St. Anthony Elevator St. Vincent. 38tf It takes good flour to make good bread. Warren flour makes good bread Ask your dealer for it. 38-tf If you want your house papered see J. E. Ashley. He will select for you the most up-to-date patterns and combina tions. 48tf Summer Goods Going Quick. Mrs. O'Hara will sell the balance of her stock of summer millinery at cost, to close out. MRS. C. O'HARA. Lar^a Cook Stova. I have a second-hand six-hole range with reservoir for sale cheap for cash. W. C. SHORT. Sir aye .1 or Stolen. Bay horse, weighs about 1,150, one ear split, white star in forehead, spavin on hind leg, been burned by treatment. Liberal reward lor recovery. WM. CARTER, 3-5* St. Pierre Jolie, Man. Try Black Crow tar soap, cake at the Drug- Store. 10 cents a tf Get your wall paper at the Drug Store and have it trimmed while you wait. 43t "North Dakota Resources." This is the title of the 83-pag pam phlet published by The Record, with illustrations, showing the resources of North Dakota, location of public lands' and opportunities for investment. The imphlet should be in the hands of every person interested in North Dakota. Send C. A. Lounsberry, Fargo, $•" for the benefit of the North. Dakota Exhibit at the Omaha Exposition and 100 names to whom you want "North Dakota Re sources,' sent and he will mail the copies' as directed and use the money for the benefit of the exposition. The plan is to circulate 1 0,0 0 copies of the pamphlet. The real estate man who does not adver tise in this pamphlet nukes a great'mis take. A '2-inch advertisement in the re maining to be printed will cost $8. Something1 to Know. It may be worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring the tired out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centers in the stomach, gent ly stimulates the liver and kidneys, and aids these organs in throwing off impur ities in the blood. Electric bitters im proves the appetite, aids digestion, and is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood purifier and nerve tonic. Try it. Sold for fifty cents and $1.00 per bottle at T. R. Shaw & Co's. Drue Store. To Cure Headache in 15 Minutes. Dr. Davis' Anti-Headache never fails, 25 cents. The Grandest Remedy. Mr. R. B. Greeve, merchant of Chil howie, Va., certifies that he had con sumption, was given up to die, sought all medical treatment that money could procure, tried all cough remedies he could hear of, but got no relief spent many nights sitting up in a chair was in duced to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and was cured by the use of two bottles. For past two years has been attending to business, and says Dr. King's New Dis covery is the grandest remedy ever made, as it has done so much for him and also for others in his community. Dr. King's New Discover}' is guaranteed for coughs, colds and consumption. It don't fail. Trial bottles free at T. R. Shaw & Co's. Drug Store. &IUII1110II8. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, I In District Court County of Pembina. 7th Judicial Diet The Robertson Lumber Company, a corpora, tion, plaintiff vs. Alice is. Granville, defendant. Tho state of North Dakota to tlie above named defendant. Yoa are hereby summoned to answer the com plaint in this action, mid to serve a copy of j-oiir answer upon the subscriber within thirty days alter the service of this summons upon you, ex clusive of the day of service and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief de manded in the complaint. Dated this 1st day of August A. D. 1898. W. J. KNEESHAW, Attorney for plaintiff, Pembina, N. D. To the above named defendant: You will please take notice that the complaint in the above entitled action is filed with Francis A. Hart, clerk of the district court, at his office at the court house in the city of Pembina on the 1st day of August A. D. 1898. Auditor's statement. City of Pembina N. D.. from April 15th 1898 to August 31st, 1898. WARRANT ACCOUNT. DR. Salaries $ 334 35 Streets and sidewalks 62 42 Fire department and apparatus.. 22 31 Fuel and light 59 79 Cemetery fenciug 70 86 Interest 5 50 Alarm bell and liremen fire fund. 12" 30 Interest on warrants.... 'X illi W. J. KNEESHAW. 4-9 Attorney for plaintiff. Summons. 1 IN DISTRICT COURT, 7f STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina, 7th Judicial District Kathleen ISctker, plaintiff vs. Ferdinand Bet ker, defendant. The State of North Dakota to the above named defendant. You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken aguiost you by default for tne re lief demanded in the complaint. Dated this 23rd day of July, A D., 1898. W. J. KNEESHAW, Plaintiff's Attorney, Pembina, N. D. To the above mamed defendant: You will please take notice that the complaint the above entitled action wis filed with Fran cis A. Hart, clerk of the district con rt for Pem bina county, at his office, at the conrt house, in the city of Pembina, on the 27th day of July A. D.1898. W.J. KKBESHAW, 3-8 Attorney for Plaintiff. 8665 53 70 War'ants outstanding April 15, 1898 225 95 Total. CREDIT. Warrants and interest paid 8 455 11 Warrants outstanding Aug. 31, '98 437 07 Total TREASURER'* CASH ACCOUNT. Dlt. Cash 011 hand April 15 189S. Fire fund $ 76 06 Cash on hand general fund 291 30 Received, state lire fund 51 14 do rent, school room 37 50 do ferry license 40 00 do show and ms. licenses. 36 0U Total 8538 00 CK. Commission S 6 59 Orders and interest paid 455 11 Cash on hand Aug. 31. 189S 70 30 T. OTICE is- .-v id)y vni. th .i h:.vu For FARHERS 18 $892 18 iinJur mid by _i_| virtue n' !i special exeenti iu morifiage mreclosure ifsued to the tiiKlei signed, tflieritf of tlie county i'erabiua. ctt t-j ot North Dakota, upon ii judgment nnd of.the -oventh ju dicial disir.ci conn ihe suite uf North Duko la. li'!ii'iiir dun- !im- I3ih (1-i.v ol July, 1S0S in.d duly nitered in tiie ^tlic*-- the clerk of lid dis trict court, in favor of Willii.iu I). Hale, nn re ceiver ol' tlif ,mei i' im mid Loan Asso ciation of MiniuMpol's. iniii11.. us iiiniiff, and ••'Kaiiisl Char Us Juluiton. -1i K. Johnson and Paul II. Got/.imi. delindniiit-. XT j.- 1 DO "t|ce of Sale. levied upon and Will, IU pinsunttcc m.il judgment and decree, on the 27i)i ii«y o- Ani n*'. JK)S. at two o'clock j). in. oi :i.i d:iy «t ili'n'ont door Ol the eouitiiou.se us the t-1y :.ii'l uuiiiy nl' thr l'em- biua. stale of Jiorih Dukoln. offer tor siile and sell, at public anciii'u. to the liinhest bidder for cash, to eaiisfy sum due upoll suid execution with inu red at the date hereof, anu the costs and expenses o!'l-jvy and sale, the fol jowiii!!: described iirem.stg, together with the buildings lliertjon and iippurteuuncec thereto.to wit: Jjut numbered eleven (11). ot lilock num bered seventeen (IT), of he town of Buthsjnte. county of l'euibinn, und territory of liakotii, (now state ofNorih akoia) as the same ap pears upon tlie pint tlidre"! i.nw ou lile or of re cord in tlie office ot the re ister of deeds in and for .mid couiiiv ni,d suite. Dated at Pemliinu. North Dakota, this llitli «'uy ot July. J8SH. J. E. TKUEMNKU, N III JOS» I'OCuRAXE & Ff.ElHAM, Attorneys. Sheriff. J, G. Sonderman. Pembina, N. D, FINE TAILOR G, Complete Line cf Samples to select frcjin. jL GREEN'S Hamilton, N. D. We are stocked up to the eaves. Come and look us over finest lot of Dry Goods we ever showed. GROCERY SNAP Two packages soda crackers Clean wash currants, per lb. Corn starch, per package Fat raisins, per lb. Japan tea, and it's good, per lb. "Our Own" coffee, try it, per lb. One pail crystal drip syrup Two and one half gallons vinieger for Another lot of that 40 bar soap for Five pounds of sago for Five pounds of tapioca 18 lbs. granulated sugar and 1 lb. best Japan tea SHOES. Ladies' button Dongolecs, new style Ladies' lace Dongolees, new style Ladies' lace shoes, fancy cloth top Men's Dongolee lace and congres shoes Men's calf harvesters, soft as silk Men's calf harvesters, leather lined Other styles too numerous to list from $1.35 up Boys' calf seamless wear-resisters Boys' shoes from $1.25 up Children's shoes from 25c up Harvest gloves 25c, 30c, 35c and up Remember our dry fruits are kept In a dust proof case and are clean. The New York WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE GREAT National Family Newspaper and VILLAGERS And your" favorite horns paper The Pioneer Express Both One Year for $2.00. The N. Y. Weekly Tribune irni J!t The Pioneer Fxnress s.iv,es,you 1 •'V'9 J*' Ap"icuk,ura1il bors and friends, on the farm and in the village, informs you as to local prices for farm products, the condition of croos and prospects for the year, and is a bright, newsy, welcome and indispensable week ly visitor at your home and fireside. Send all subscript! ns to the PIONEKR EXPRESS, War is Willi Us. Prices Will Up, But with WANAMAKER& BROWN, The Fashionable Clothing House of Philadelphia, For Men, Worn in and Children QUALJTIES ARE HIGH. PRICES LOW To be well dressed at least cost is more of ail art than to find a Klondike mine. We fit them all or no sale. Drop in and see samples and get prices. 35c IOC 5C 5C 30c 25c 55c .35c $1.00 30c 30c $1.50 $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 $2.00 $2.00 $2.50 $1.85 GREEN BROS. Hamilton, N. D. Department t, highest merit, all important news oi the JNation and World, comprehensive and reliable market reports, able editorials, interesting short stories, scientific and mechanical in formation, illustrated fashion articles, humorous pictures, and is in structive and entertaining to every member of every family. a11 the local news 0f political and cial, keeps you in close touch with vour neigh GEO. BATES, Agent, Attorney Kneeshaw's old office. Pembina, N. 80. D.