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I tti'* 4 5 v. f- 1 Ti 'v li I V*. t. O I :::is c! I. 1 |. 1). "I I I:, 1. •r t'i 1! a 1 .• i! i'i ti. .1 P. S. li t- hist, S I UK" cii-tri S crill !''a. i\n\ ii Du oj ol St. I'll. 1 1 T.m voiii 'n for the arc. t-.onsiderabk' vv is beim hauled from the Roseau country. The roads are in good s.iape and the weather is all that cou be a ked for. Chan. Atkinson is having new barn bui.t 011 tile lot adjoining Simpson's livery barn. or. R-.let«e street. Barney Johnson is doiii. tlie wortc. 1 he Cavalier Ro 1 Mills sends out a piv ty calendar. lithe product of the mill is as pretty as 1 :e calendar—there's nothing neater in tli- Ho ,r business. 1 he J'enib.na dram itic company will give tiieir ente! linmeiit on Tuesday, 1'el.ruary Hi he play is a good one asid the 1 ei-form-. is comprises our best tan-lit. 1-uK progivm \vi he given next Week. I Ion. X. I Ne'son has been nominated by the President to succeed A. M. O'Connor colln.'ti of customs (or 'hi- f!istri,"t. We liave no more time this week than to express our satisfaction and beli'-!. that the n-.-ws will pleas al most everyone irrespective of party in the countv. Seven business firms ol Larimore sign an ad In.ss of regret and good wishes to Mr. T. K. Morgan who has lately bought the hardware business of ('•eo. H. Mc Crea ol Drayton and publish it in the i.ii'unoi'e Pioneer. |lid Glaspell ol tlx.-Jamestown dis. trict court is threatened with impeach ment proceedings. Grave charges iv: '.iiisl his character are being made, pers nally as well as in court practice. '1 he proceedings if held will be by the legislature. Two deaths near Hamilton during the last week cause much grief. Old Mrs. Sharp aged about 70 years and Mrs. Angus Cameron, a young married worn m, daughter of C. Bluhm. Both were buried in the Hamilton cemetery. Jerry Foley near Xeclie was convicted -aling a load of wheat from W. K. 1 in justice court before C. Mur -kson brought him is sentence of ~ve, it pays to Pres. H. C. CARR, J. M. HIlSllu Vice Pres Dm', tors. Cashier, T. L. PRICI its Ban* of Pembina, E I N x: 0: 1= 2:55 !r 5! 47 3!) 12 0. t() 1 1 0 :i 2 5. 48 4 155 4 5. 0 |57 ti.) 1 ress. vN. i'7, 18:11) or's last week, •tar has been E. church is stor. n, Harry le 11 California.—! N P. will extend •1.1 -vork in Mani .son. ho was electi-d -.111 of our statu the second "inted Robert ieputy and the I as a good man 0 I'au son is draw.ug plans for the Caino ic cluir.: 1 .aiilt at |uliett lie 1 spr.ng. size is not yet definite-^ ly settled r.iK Iiiiiis ii.is ij.iu.41U Frank King's farm and resilience property in town. Mr lnnis expects to move to town.— Can-Graphic. 11 of races, iv, Feb. 4: Exchange bought and sold 011 nil ix'irits in Europe and America. I accoimr .."I a ., i-2 re :o«i- 1 v. and Mrs. H.S.Randall, ii tur. .iy, nuary st, 189 •, a son 1 ni \-lount t.neer. J. A. 1XL si was in Saturday and i'il out the new lumiture for the Gjro bridge school house, something ill it has bui'ii neede for a long time. Some ho: sin open cars going north and two or three carloads ol cattle going south 011 Wednesday evening 011 the N P. must have suffered considerably in the i'lizziru of that evening. Twin b.»ly boys were born into the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Minder last Fr day. One of the babies died Friday noon, but the other appears to be doing very well.—Call-Graphic. Alter the legislature had finished the senaior a- tight they adjourned for sever a. ays and mo-it of the members went home. All ol the Pembina county dele gation returned, except Mr. LaMoure who went to St. Paul. After a week or two of pleasant weath er a real blizzard struck 11s on Wednes day evening. Its approach however was slow and duration short, though it left a cold north wind and low temp mature be hind it Thursday morning. I he wind was very strong for three 01 four hours. Jud LaMoure's nomination was made by Representative Wallace—a stately member who seems to come to the legis lature as often as he wants to. When one sees Jud and Wallace together one wonders why it is that Pembina county turns out such tall men.—Bismarck Tribune. Carl Dick came to Pembina county three years ago from Lanesboro, Man., after losing considerable wealth that he took out there trying to farm. Since coming he has done well and this week bought the Russell half section near Mc Arthur siding on the N*. P. R. R. from Ike Foster.—Pink Paper. The Emerson Journal says Geo. Wal ton of Emerson is going, to Winnipeg where he will be in the employ of Fair child & Co., agricultural implements. Mr. Walton has been so long in Emer son that he will leave a large vacancy there, and he has many friends and ac quaintances 011 this side who will miss his occasional visits. The new bridge across the Pembina river is pretty well along. The super structure is all up and presents a neat and substantial appearance. It is all iron and steel. The iron stringers are now being put in place and doubtless the bridge will be ready for travel tomorrow afternoon. George Oliver has started in business at -10") Bank of Commerce building, Min neapolis. He is associated with J. M. Fitzgibbon in the manufacture and sale of a toilet preparation known as Dr. Montnair's face wonder. The many friends of Mr. Oliver iu St. Thomas will wish him unbounded success in his ven ture.—St. Thomas Times. The masquerade carnival in the Pem bina skating rink Friday evening was well attended. The competitors for prizes were many and several of the cos tumes attractive. The following receiv ed prizes: Fred Roy, gents fancy cos tume Miss Ruby McLean, lady's fancy costume Alex. Hart, comical costume Dudley Full, clown. The marriage of Mr. Fred VanCamp, of this city, and Miss Elizabeth Milligan was solemnized at the home of the bride's father, Thomas Milligand, at Winnipeg, Man., Wednesday, January 18th, 1809. The ceremony was perform ed by Rev. Weigle, pastor of one of the Methodist churches of that city in the presence of a few friends and relatives.— St. Thomas Times. R. A. Thacker of Hamilton brought over Samuel Henderson of Glasston on a charge of burglary, in default of bail, to the county jail. Henderson and an other man had been at a dance and after it was over entered the drug store about three o'clock in the morning where they were found by the proprietor. They had not taken anything when found. Tne prisoner claims the door was un 'ocked and they walked in. rorthington, late member of 1 Hall Cnoral Association, -lenry Leslie and Handel of London, England, and Sir Michael Costa, Chus. ste Manns and Sir Joseph -ts to open a musical class Emerson in a short time, ion has credentials to show a vocalist and we have ill get up a class here. Calumet John E. acker returned recently from his visit to the Lake Dauphin coun try, to which place he intends to move some time in the future. Mr. Thacker is a hard worker and a hustler and should prosper anywhere he may go.— Hamilton X-Rays. The manager of the central telephon exchange, W. F. Griffin, states that there will lie $l.,0 0 spent in improvements on the "hello" system in this city as soon as the weather will permit the commence ment of operations. The long distance line will be extended from Grafton to Pembina and connections made with in termediate points. The people if Grand Forks greatly appreciate the intend changes and are well pleased with the manager and his able force of assistants for the excellent service they have ren dered of late.—Plaindealer. Marshal Jackson of Neche brought over a man named Robert J. Embery to the county jail, in default of bail, under charge of assault with a dangerous wea pon. Embury was in a scrap with an other man and Deputy Marshal Neil McKinnon attempted his arrest when Embury assaulted him with a leaden bihy or sling shot. He was overpower ed however beiore he did serious harm. The billy is a murderous looking affair being of a cone shaped piece ol lead five or six inches long and covered with leather. Jailor Walters feels as though advertising pa\s, as this makes two ar rivals since our notice last week of free board and lodging at his hotel. These men are likely to remain until June un less they are willing to plead guilty be fore a special term. Here's one of Dr. Forbes' stories. We would not steal it, only it seems quite apropos just now in view of the editor ial excursion to Florida next week. The Dr. was illustrating how very common lying is, and somehow it seemed natural to get his story connected with a news paper office. But here is the story: An inpecunious young lellow undertook to take a ride 011 a passenger train with on ly his cheek for a ticket. The conduct or asked for his fare, but the young man explained that lie was reporter 011 a cer tain daily newspaper, that he had been sent to write up a sensation at a certain town, and that in his haste he had for gotten to get the free transportation from the newspaper office, as usual. The conductor said, "Well,.that's all right, the editor in chiel of your paper is in the next car, if he recognizes and vouches for you I will pass you." So with fear and trembling he followed the conductor into the smoking car. "Here is a young man who says he belongs to your paper, do you know him, is he all right?'' The editor peered over his spectacles. "O yes, he is one of our force," and the con ductor passed on. The young man, con siderably elated and astonished at the success of his fiction could not forbear to ask the editor how it was, that never having seen him before, he so kindly recognized and relieved him, and the re ply came, "Sh—don't say a word, I'm not the editor, I am just riding on his pass." Dr. Forbes" Lecture. Notwithstanding the worst blizzard of the winter, about seventy-five of our peo ple, including quite a number of ladies, assembled at Kittson Hall on Wednes day evening to listen to Dr. Forbes lec ture on "How Much is he Worth?" and were well repaid for their pains and trouble in getting there. Dr. Forbes' charm lies largely in his originality and perfect naturalness, which latter however is really the perfection of art. He is not so eloquent as interest ing. He puts simple thoughts into spark ling epigrams and takes some very com mon things and makes them emphatic. His lecture as a whole, pointed out in a hundred different ways the value of men and women, outside of dollars and cents, and was rich in illustration, anecdote and story, but one never lost the point in the picture. Dr. Forbes is expected to make a re turn date here sometime in March at the time of the Epworth League rally. We hope our citizens will have a better op portunity to hear him. Married. CI.OW—CKIOI.AND—At St. Vincent at the residence of the bride's parents, Waldron D. Clow of Humboldt to Miss Nina J. Cridland of St. Vincent, Rev. J. G. Moore officiating. Died. GAWI.KY-At Pembina, Sunday, January 22, Gladys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gawley, aged 2 years. PKOLDLOVE.—At the home of his son Frank, near Bathgate, John Proudlove, of old age, on Wednesday, Jan. 11, 1899, aged 88 years. To Cure Haadache in 15 Minutes. Dr. Davis' Anti-Headache never fails, 52 cents. Peraonals. Geo. Ganssle came over from Bath gate Tuesday. Thos. Fleming of Walhalla was in the city on Tuesday. James Noble and Donald Beaton of Hamilton were pleasant callers Friday. Rev. Mr. Lewis from Manitoba preach-1 ed at the M. E. church Sunday evening. J1 Postmaster Mcintosh of St. Thomas was in the city on Tuesday between trains A. A. Halliday of Crystal has dissolved his business relations tiiere and removed to Minto. J. J. Weeks and Win. McLellan of N-che registered at the Winchester 011 Monday. A. D. Gibson and John Sutherland of Tyner were visitors at the county seat on Tuesday. Mrs. and Mies LaMoure left for Bis marck Sunday to remain unt 1 the legis la ure adjourns. Fred Simpson, Wm. McFaclden and Y. Sabraw of Bathgate were at the Win chester on Sunday. Chas. Atkinson left on Monday for Iowa alter a carload of horses. He ex pects to return the first the week. Rev. H. V. Appleby was in the citv on Wednesday. He was on his way lo Walhalla where he will preach on Sun day. Miss Pullman, who has visiting friends the city for the past few days, left yes terday ir her home in Pembina.-—Gra^d Forks Plaindealer. We heard that R. J. Currie of Tyner was in town 011 Tuesdav, and guess he must have been in a hurry for he d.dn't come in and shake as lie ought to have done. Tom Chisholm came over from Pem bina Saturday evening, together with Sam Fi-rrie and spent Sunday very pleasantly with hi.- old-time young friends here.—X-Rays. Mr. Griffith ol Griffith & Ballentyne, publishers of the Emerson Journal, ex pects to leave for England next liionth. Mr.Ballentyne will take charge ot the paper alone thereafter. Our fraternal good wishes go with .Mr. Griffith. Thomas Roadhouse and wife left on Tuesday for Colorado Springs, Col They expect to visit a brother at Council Bluffs on their way. Mr. Roadhouse has been in failing health for some time and his physician recommended a change of climate. Many friends hope to hear of the benefit desired. Walter Loekwood closed up the Mon arch elevator for the season last week, as per order, and moved to his Joliette home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lock wood's many friends hope they will re turn next year when the new crop calls for the opening of the elevator, and that they may be permanent residents here. Card of Thanks. We i! sire to express our gratitude and thanks for many kind acts of assist ance as id sympathy from friends and neighbors (luring the illness and funeral services of our little daughter. MR. AND MRS. A. H. GAWI.KY, Unclaimed Letters. The following letters remain unclaim ed in the postoflke Pembina, and if not called for in thirty days will be for warded to the dead leit.-r lifiice: W. II. Crospsn, M. K. Grandy, Angus EcLachern, A. E. Bestic, Lonard A. Bartilson, Edward Pairier, John I-ors. Postmasters are obliged to collect one cent postage upon all letters advertised, before delivered. E. K. C.wir.ici-iK, Postmaster. LOCAL WANTS. Teacher Wanted. Holding second grade certificate, to teach in school Dist. No. (i4, a term of four months, beginning February 20th, 18!)!). Applications must be in before February 11th, lir!)0. Address. SVKINN JOHNSON, Mountain, N. I) A. H. Anderson, photographer, will be here from Saturday, Feb. -1th to Tues day Feb. 8th. Cakes and Porridge. At car load rates, just in, a large quan tity of fresh oat meal, corn meal, buck wheat and rye flour. Can sell very cheap. Come and try me. l^tf H. C. FKLDMA.N. Estrays. Came to my place on section 2, twp. 101, range 55, two heifer calves, black colored and one black bull calf. Owner can prove property, pay charges and re move the same. EGUERT BJORNSON, 33 W- S3 Akra P. P., N. D. Farm Loans. 1 alk with A. Short & Co. when you want to renew your loan. Plenty ot money on short notice. A. SHORT & Co. Sewing Machine Cheap. A second hand Davis sewing machine for sale at a bargain. O. G. THOMPSON. The Pembina Grain and Elevator Co. have made arrangements to keep on hand a large supply of the famous' Vills- bury's Best Fiour" which they will ex change for wheat at very liberal rates. At the old Shaw & Charlton Corner. Talcen Up. A sorrel broncho, can see 110 brands, weight about 900. Came to my place, four miles northeast of Joliette station, two weeks ago. Owner call, prove pro perty, pay charges and take same away. HOMER YOCMANS, '-T-S9 Joliette, N. D. $ t', 33j Best Patent, Best Bakers, Little Daisy W. 3K SS JOHN F. MAGER, Disclosed. a whole lot of ocMs and ends—short lengths —broken lots, single suits, single pairs of shoes and merchandise of all sorts. These are th own out on the bargain counter at prices regardless of former cost or value. There are Bargains in Dress Goods, Bargains in Outings, Bargains in Prints, Bargains in Caps, Bargains in Mittens, Bargains in Hose. Bargains in Shoes, Bargains in Underwear, Bargains in Clothing, Bargains in Everything All must go and for cash. They won't last long at the prices. Advance guard of our big spring stock just in 0 0 0 11 11 A few Fur Overcoats left, at %off. What is our loss is your gain. F. S. CHENEY. Walhalla Roller Mills. CAPACITY, 125 BARRELS. BRANDS: xrn 5r W My Brands are always at the front. Merchants' trade solicited. Gristing a specialty. All work war ranted. Legal Blanks At This Office. Walhalla, N. D.