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NOBTHEBN PACIFIC. OOIWO SOOTH OOING KOBTH 1:45 8:10 4:00 .Winnipeg—... HorriB Pembina 4:ttSu a l:0Rp It:87 am 10:88 am UtiOam 9:52 am »:48am 9:88 am 908 am 7:20 am 6:20 a in 4:05 am ........Joliette ... Bowe-mont ......Pittsburgh ......Drayton 4:46 4:64 pm 5:04 5:40 7:35 pm 8:3? 10:53 Oration .........Grand Fork* ..—.Crooketon Winnipeg Miction... TXrox&ma. Pest, STe. ±S, GK.&-. S6. Regular meetings every second and fourth Monday of each month. S. i. SoNDKBXAN, Mows HBLLIR. Adiuiant. Poat Commander. ^•x=o."b!ja.». Xio&c** a» A A.. &£. Regular meetings in tbe evenings of first and third Friday of every mor th. Visiting Brethren in good standing are invited. T. R. SHAW, J. D. WLNLAW, Secretary. ^•nabJja.*. X.oi*« HO, Jk.. O. "O". "W. Meets every ttr-* nr.d third Monday of the Month. R. MCBBIDB, F. M. Kiso, Re cor dor, M. w. PoraTsiaaa.Camp, 3Z7T vJ Meet everv Second and Fourth Monday. VI sitlug neighbors cordially invited. H. A. MWRBKL, AUO. BHOUT, Clerk. V. C. T)»s*— of Soaa.es. Msots every Second and Fourth Wednesday. MBO. W. J. KNEBSUAW, MRS. C. B. HAKRIS, C. ofH. lfecorder. E'orri.Tsln.a, STlxa 33spartaQ.«n.t. Meets every First and Third Tuesduy of the month. w. W. FEMO*. J. D- Socreiary. cmei. iESAli. W| J. liNEESHAW, .UVI'PR 'WILL jtuinosoiH practice in Courts of Dakota and before Dnlted States Laud oilice. Moi.ey IO Loau andOollectioncmade. PEMBINA, WORTH DAKOTA W. J. 31URKE, A'lTORNEY-AT-LAW. Successor to N. C. Youns Real estate, lonns nnl collections. BATHGATE, NORTH DAKOTA. R, A. THACKER, AUCTIONEER. Particular attention Co naleH of Farm Property. HAMILTON", NORTH DAKOTA SS£*S*SZCZ^.3TS. V/IIAS. e. HARRiS, E. Physician and Snrgeon. Found at nil hours 'when uot professionally engaged, at his onicn, on Stutsman street at daytime aui.1 alius rvm- denco on Cavileer street at night. PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA J, P. BRENNAN, D. D. S. SBXTTIST. Graduate of State University of Iowa. Located germiiuently at Batlignte. Office in the Pioneer xpruss Building, Pembina, from the lGth to 23ril Monthly. Bathgate and Pembina, N. Dak- PEMBINA "Building and Loan Association. PFMdINA,NORTH DAKOTA, Aioney loandeongood RealEstatcSSecurityany where lu the county. What you payforrent will pay the monthly dues. NootberpayHientsliave to 'te mule, and in from six to eight yaars you own lie property. Duesona $400 loau $0 per month. Address, E. HOOKER, T. h. PRICE, Sscretarv President. PEflBINA Lumber Yard FULL SUPPLY OF Building Material ADA.V1A.NT, the best plaster on earth. Lim Sand, Brick and Cemsnt. Free delivery of Lumber to all parts oi the city, E. M. NIXON. Flour and Feed Store. The undersigned desires to call th» attention oi the iarmer6 H. and pinole in genera] to the fact that *i8 now prepared to supply all with Flour and Feed of all kinds WHEAT, OATS AND BAKLEV Takrtti in exchange, or for cash, at 'if highest market price, 8 on corner Stuts man and 8 streets Pembina, C. KKLDMAN. Proprietor. B. JOHNSON, »t ictor and Builder, Pembina, N. D, -VM years expenence in Winnii .in, 'ilier places. Flans and specific.^ tK'^ urdished of any kind of structure. V' i| titles intending to build or remodel snve tiiemselvs iron |)le mq annoyaiict by consulting inc. V'-3 1 srl? iBSOuninrteiKE Carlisle. Makes the food more delicious and wholesome JOWUBMAMN«NMESJ|I^ COUNTY NEWS. Miss Etla Valentine who is attending the R. R. U. at Wahpeton, has been quite ill the past week but at this writing is somewhat improved. Miss" Maggie Moore, who has been at tending the Hamline university of Ham line, Minnesota this winter, is expected home Saturday 18th. Robt. Bnskins dehorned a large num ber of cattle the past week and appears to have considerable work in sight. Jas. Beaton and wife of Langdon are visiting friends in this vicinity. We are pleased to be able to report our sick people nearly recovered again. Mr. R. Lindsa and C. H. Eastman are able to be out of bed but feel weak yet. Prof. Geo. McNutt, who has been travelling all winter with a magic lantern and gramaphone, visited Carlisle Thurs day last. He does not expect to con duct any more shows this winter. One of John Beaton's horses fell into an old well last week and caused con siderable trouble before he could be taken out. After going to Hamilton for a windlass and calling a lew neighbors hd was taken out not much the worse from his fall. Wm. Menzie, who is at present buying wheat lor t! te Hamilton Grain and Imple ment Co. and who owns quite a large inn in South Carliele, has rented his farms and is selling off his farm imple ments and stock. Billy has handled an immense amount of grain this year for the company which he represents. There was onsidtrabie excitement at our township election. E. Collins, presi dent of the fair associ .tion and also VV, R. Green of Hamilton each made a nice little speech, asking for a donation from this township to help to pay off the debt of that association. After taking a vote on what should be done a donation of 550 was granted. Hamilton. [Too inie for last week.] T. VV. Bt own is up from Pembina on a visit. Ben Newell of Crystal was in town for a short time Wednesday. C. H. Asseistine is expected home in about two weeks from his Ontario visit. J. Prior returned from an extended visit in Ontario, Wednesday, looking well. Tue band ball Tuesday evening was a success and all report a pleasant time. 1 lie ciirmval at the palace ice rink was postponed uir.il Saturday night on ac count of the storm. were iok! oiice upon a time that a certain man supported another man and met defeat, he then stopped his paper be cause he was unable to read of his candi date's success. If every one did this the edi or would wear a patch between the shoulders of his pants as big as a bran sack. If you will turn to the code you will fin !—etc. Notice to Contractors. Sealed bids for the construction of a four-room brick school building at Glass ton, Xor'h .Uota, wiil be received until March 25th, 18!)i» by J. W. Arthur, clerk. Plans and specifications m^y be seen at the office of VV. Albrant, architect, Fargo at the Herald office, Grand Forks and at the clerk's office, Glasston, N. D. A certifiedxheck in the sum of one hundred fifty dollars ($150) must accompany each bid as evidence ol good faith upon the part of the bidder. Glasston, Feb. J. W. ARTHUR, 21, 1899. Clerk. THOS. ROADHOUSE, Farm Machinery OF Abb KINKDS. Dovvagiac Disc and Shoe Drill?, Steel and Boss Hat rows. Acme Harrows, Do You STERLING [free on application. Our l-J"^A* INKING PmVDER Election day was somewhat stormy but a large vote was cast and there was a warm contest for the chairmanship be tween D. Page and I. Campbell. Mr. Page was elected by four majority. One hundred votes were cast. The report of the treasurer showed a nice balance in the treasury, something over |900. The county fair association was voted the sum of $*00. A road levy of three mills was voted. On motion of H. N. Joy it was resolved that a clause be inserted in the acceptance tices of all road ov ^r overseers informing them that they would receive no compensation other than their own road work. Mr. York ghve an ex austive digest of the way to perform road work. He is an eloquent speaker and his speech was listened to with interest. Drayton. MURNEY—At Drayton, March 15th 1S99, Newton H. Murney, aged 41 years. Mr. Murney removed Irom Hamilton to Drayton in August 1898, and had charge of the Minnesota & Dakota Ele vator Co's elevator there. He was very highly respected by all who came in con tact with him in business, and those who had the pleasure of his acquaintance, as a citizen and in social circles. He was a member ot the M. E. church and was ac tive and taithful in church work. A few weeks ago he had an attack of lagrippe, but so far recovered as to be able to make a visit to Hamilton about a week ago. Soon after his return a re lapse set in which resulted in nrainXever, which lasted but a few i!ays, he being in a camatose condition latterly, until death relieved him. 1 he deceased was a member of the Free Mason, Odd Fellows and A. O. U. VV. lodges. Short services was conduct ed Thursday by Rev. C. W. Col linge. After which the Masonic frater n.ty took charge of the remains which were taken to the N. P. depot, and a de legation acccompanied the same to Joliette, where friends from Hamilton took charge and conveyed him to his former home, where he will be buried on this afternoon. The members of the. I. O. O. F. and A. O. U. VV. members turned out in mourning uniform in the funeral procession to the depot, and everything was done to show respect for our deceased brother and sympathy for his afflicted wife and daughter. Mr. Murney was one of the older set tlers of Hamilton township, and very highly regarded as a neighbor and citi zen. The news of his sudden demise will be the cause of much sincere sorrow by a very large circle of friends in that vicinity. Bowesmont. Several of our Epworth Leaguers are attending the rally at Pembina this week. Rev. E. B. Robeson's little boy is still very low, but hopes are now enter tained of his recovery. The election last Tuesday went off quietly enough after the lucky ones con sented to buy the candy, cigars, peanuts etc. A.J. McKibbin ex\"ects to have anoth er load of fine horses here by the *0th inst. Don't forget to come and look them over. H. VV. Gill, Annie Nicholson and Bert Irwin attended the teachers' examina tion at St, Thomas, Thursday and Fri I day of last week. tiuckien ti Arnica oatve. I The best salve in the world forcuts, (cruises, It la our Registered Trade Mark and mean* that our flMDM axe unconditionally the beat that money can boy. Write now for our 1899 Catalogue of IMPROVED FARM SIBOS, TISTBO VEGE TABLE SeiD^aad choice PLOWER QBgD9. ItbmJlef dQBTHBUP| KIHG & C0»t MINNEAPOLIS*MiwN. sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions and positively cures piles, or DO pay required. It is guaranteed to/frepei feet satisfaction, or money lefunded. Price 25 cents per bo* ft Sn(w try for sale b? Lever (1 he best French-weed Destroyer on Market.) The Rock Island Gang, Walking and Sul ky Prows, Weber and Banner Wagons, and Buggies. IL SEE THAT BAB? LINO Brands of Unu« CIUTAV Qeaifo thall the host qaalttlea obtainable !,' ,LOCAL WANTS. Farm Loans. Talk with A. Short & Co. when you want to renew your loan. Plenty oi money on short notice. tf A. SHORT & Co. Gpo. B. Second, the well known con tractor of Towanda, N. Y., says: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family for along time and have found it superior to any other." For sale at Shaw's drug store. al Bull "Royal Constance." No. 120023. Registered, Ameiican Short Horn Breeders Association Vol. 40. For terms, etc. enquire of GEO. THOMI'SON, tf Grocer. A. H. Anderson, the photographer, will be at his studio, above the drug store, Pembina, on the 1st and 3rd Mon days and Tuesdays ol each month. Seven Hundred Aores Of good land in one body with good buildings, to rent to reliable parties. Near elevator in Kittson county, Minn. tf KING &Co. Insure in an old, reliable company, the St. Paul Fire and Marine, and if loss occurs, the pay will come. G. VV. RYAN Sewing Machine Cheap. A second hand Davis sewing machine for sale at a bargain. G. G. THOMPSON. Qasoline Tank for Sale. A Neil's safety gasoline tank, holds over a barrel, good as new, will be sold cheap. Enquire at this office. For Sala One of the best farms in the county within one mile of Pembina. 110 acres under cultivation and five acres of meadow, the balance pasture and timb er. For particulars, apply to H. C. FELDMAN, Pembina, N. D. Discovered by a Woman. Another great discovery has been made, and tlmt too, by a lady in this Cuuntry. "Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests, but her vital or gans were undermined and death seemed imminent. For three months she cough ed incessantly, and could not sleep. She finally discovered away to recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for consumption, and was so much relieved on taking first dose, that she slept all night and with two bot tles has been absolutely cured. Her n'in is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes \Vr. C. Hamnick & Co., of Shelby, N. L. Trial bottles free at T. R. Shaw's drug store. Regular size 5 and $1. Every bottle guaranteed. Rev. E. Edwards, pastor of the English Baptist church at Minersville, Pa., when suffering with rheumatism, was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He says: "A few applications of this lini ment proved of great service to me. It subdued the inflammation and relieved the pain. Should any sufferer profit ny giving pain balm a trial it will please me." For sale a' Shaw's drug store. al Glorious News. Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile of Was hita, I. T. We writes: "Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs. Brewer of scrofula, which had caused her great suf fering for years. Terrible sores would break out on head and face, and the best doctors could give her no help but her cure is complete and her health is excel lent." This shows what thousands have proved,—that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known. It's the sunivme remedy for eczema, tetter, salt n.eum, ulcers, boils and running sores. Il stimii-1 lates liver, kidney and bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion, I uilds up the strength. Only 50c. Sold at Shaw's drug store. Guaranteed. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy This remedy is intended especially coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough and influenza. It has become famous for its cures of these diseases, over a large part of the civilized world. The most flattering testimonials have been received, giving accounts of its good works of aggravating and persistent conghs it has cured of severe colds that have yielded promptly to its soothing effect, and of the dangerous attacks of croup it has cured, often saving the life of the child. The extensive use of it for whooping cough has shown that it robs that disease of :*ll dangerous consequences. It is especially prized by mothers for their children, as it never fails to eftect a speec'y cure, and because they have found that there is not the least danger in giving it, even to ba bies, as it contains nothing injurious. Sold tiy T. R. Shaw, the druggist, al The Pembina Grain and Elevator Co. have made arrangements to keep on hand a large supply of she famous 'Vills burv's Best F.our" which they will ex change for wheat at very libera! rates. At the old Shaw & Char'.ton Corner. Tuition. Instruction given in Muxic, Rudimentary Mus ic, Httrmnnv. Latin, Greek, French, Mathema tics and on Organ or Piano, either privately or in the senior and junior mueicul cl!i8ies, now be ing held at tlie School House Snidenbi prepared for icliool and other examination* at home or by ill. Parent*, if yon want your childien to sit upwell toorKan, aud lime faulty and cramped hnblte eradicated, addrert Prof. Worthington, Pembiu, N. D-, Lale member of the Royal Albert Hall Choral AMoeiation. Haudvl Pft'tlva!, Henry Letllc and William Cirt :r'a ch r». of London, England mid simleti'ii"d Sir Midiaei Co»ia, Clt. tion noit. Aug Maiiu* "lr Joseph liarnrby. «&u2- & *5 I1" y- r,*f ,.,-Vj^T /'-^~'f"*H Arrived PIONEER Barber Shop. Hair-Cut in the Latest 1 j" and now being opened. Our New Spring Goods. AH the newest shades in Silks, All the newest patterns of Dress Goods, Fancy Ribbons. Laces, Collars, Cuffs, in fact we have the finest stock of goods that has yet been re= ceived by us. Will receive-by tomorrow's freight, a large consignment of Dress Goods, Wrappers, Waists and Fancy Goods from Chicago,and we ask your early inspection of these new goods. CHAS. FULL'S, Styles. SHAHPOO and SEA-FOArt JOSEPH G^ROUX, Russell & Armstrong, PROPRIETORS OF ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS. is natural to rectify it is beneficial. If you have tought sil verware or jewelry anywhere and got beaten, the experience is worth something. The sat isfaction we will give you will be all the more pleasing by con trast. We have just enriched our stock by purchases /P*„ Cheap Cash Store# #'#*. 1» ^1 'J. 1 viz Steam Boiler, Engine and fla. chine repairing. Boilers reflued a specialty. Pipe fitting and supplies. General Blacksmithing Agents for Noble Refining Co. Oils and Greases. Feed grinding. MATKE MIS*TA!?E Gold and Silver Watches,of Chains, Hair Ornaments, Hat Pins,Thimbles,Silver ware that is Silverware, etc. However good your taste,, or moderate your purchasing ca pability, we can give you sauj isfaction. \i) M. H. niLLER, FRE ic -,• I .? Jeweler 1 & V, so*