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8 Railroad Time Table. NORTHERN PACIFIC (DWAionn •OINO NOBTH 1:45 8:10 4:00 4:SS8 ill 4:46 4:54 pm B:04pm 5:40 7«pm 8:87 pm -10:55 pm J, ...Winnipeg.—." Xorrle......—. Pembina 1:05 BRENNAN, D. D. S. SSSTTXSV. II :87 am 10:88 am U:i0am 0:52 am 9:48 am 9:88 am 9 08am 7:80 am 6:i0a 4:05 a ...... .......Jollette ... ......... Bowwmont. Pittsburgh. uri .Grafton .........Grand Forks .............Crookston Winnipeg Junction.... ^XTordLeaa. Post, M"e. XS, Oh A. St. Betruiar meeting* every second and fourth Monday of each month. J.O.SORDIULM, R. SHAW, MolBS HBLLKK. Adiutant. Post Commander. ,Maa Xiad(e, a. T. Regular meeting* in tbe evenings of flret and third Friday of every mcrth. Visiting Brethren In good standing are Invited. T. J. D. WINLAW, Secretary. W. M. lU&a 110, .A.. ©. Meets every flf* ird third Monday of the Month. K. MCBBIDK, F. M. KINO, Recorder. M. ^•raTslaa m, Omrsnp. 3877 -A.. Meet every 8ecoud and Fourth Monday. Vi siting neighbors cordially invited. H. A. MURBEL, A.TO. 8HORT,_ Cleric. V. C. Degree ©t itoiior. Meets every Second and Fourth Wednesday. MBS. W. J. KNBBSHAW, MBS. C. B. HAUBIS, C.ofH. Kecorder. Fixe Depastmeat. Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the month. W. W. FELSOM, J- D. WINi.AW, Secretary. an before W, Chlef. W, J. KNEE9HAW, Lawyer. Will practice in Courts of Dakota Minnesota United States Laud office. Mflney to Loan andOollectlon* made. PEMBINA, NOBTH DAKOTA J- BURKB, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Successor to N.C. Young. Real estate, loans and collections. BATHGATE, KOB.TH DAKOTA. R, A. THACKER, AUCTIONEER. Particular attention to sales of Farm Property. HAMILTON, NOBTH DAKOTA psrsrsxcx^iTS. CHAS. E. HARRIS, t. Physician and Surgeon. Found at all hoars when not professionally engaged, at his office, On Stutsman street at daytime and at his resi dence on Cavlleer street at night. PEMBINA, NOBTH DAKOTA Graduate of State University of Iowa. Located permanently at Bathgate. Office in the Pioneer Express Building, Pembina, from tho 16tn to 28rd Monthly. BathgateInd Fomblaa, N. Dak- PEMBINA Building and Loan Association. PKMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA. Money loande on good RealEstateSecnrityany where in the county. What you pay forrent will pay the monthly dnes. No other paymentehave to be male, and In from six to eight yaars you owntheproperty. Duesona $400 load are $6 per month. Address, E. D.BOOKBB, T. L. PBICB, Vr Secretary President. PEIIBINA Lumber Yard FULL SUPPLY OF Building Material ADAMANT, the best plaster on earth. Lime, Sand, Brick and Cement. Free delivery of Lumber to Eall parts of the city. E. M. NIXON. Flour and Feed Store. The undersigned desires to call the attention ot the farmers and Ee aople in general to the fact that id now prepared to supply ail with Flour and Feed of all kinds WHEAT, OATS AND BAEU£V Taken in exchange, or for cash, at the highest market price Store on corner Stuts uian and Second streets Pembina. H. C. FJfiLDiVl AN, Proprietor. BKIOHNSON, Contractor and Pembina, N. D. Builder, Seven years, experience in Winnipeg and other plao$. 'Plans and specifics-, tions furnished of any kind of structure. Parties intending to build or remodel their premises will save tiieinselvs trou l&le and annoyance by consulting me. ft iMmytaE cOUNiY NEWS. Carlisle. Quite a number of children in school Dist. No. 33, Carlisle are reported to be down with measles. Mrs. Andrew Argue left Monday last for Winnipeg, Manitoba to attend the marriage of her sister Miss May Phillips. Miss Annie Lee is expected home from the Grand Forks university Friday. Miss Annie's many friends wili be pleased to see her back to Carlisle. Mrs. D. Campbell has been danger ously ill the past week but under the care of Dr. Burrows of Bathgate is almost restored to her former health. Miss Grace Bride will finish teaching a six month's term in the west school on the 24th of this month. Miss Bride has made many friends while here. Robt. Baskins received the sad news of his mother's death at her borne near Ottawa, Ontario, last week. Her daugh ter, Mrs. James Slater of this place, has been with her since last fall. Mrs. Slater will now probably return home at once. A startling incident, of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject, is narrated by him as follows: "I was in a most dreadful condition. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually in back and sides, no appetite—gradually growing weaker day by day. Three physicians had given me up, fortunately, a friend advised tryinsa,'Electric Bitters and to my great joy Wid surprise, the first bottle made a decided improvement, I continu ed their use for three weeks, and am now a well man. I know they saved my life, and robbed the grave of another victim, "No one should fail to try them. Only 50cts, guaranteed at T. R. Shaw's Drug Store. 5 A. H. Anderson, the photographer, will be at his studio, above the drug store, Pembina, on the 1st and 3rd Mon days and Tuesdays ot each month. Household Furniture Auction. As I am leaving for the west next month, I will sell all my household fur niture at auction, on Saturday March 25th, 1899, at one o'clock p. m. This furniture is all in good shape having been used but a short time, and con sists of three bed room sets, parlor and dining room chairs, tables, etc., a new organ, heating and kitchen stoves, uten sils, etc. 36-37 ARNI OLSON. tJuciclen Arnica oarve. The best salve In the world for cuts oruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptionb and positively cures piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to five pei feet satisfaction, or money Makes the food more delicious and wholesome BOVAL Boweamont. Born.—On Tuesday, March 21, 1899, to Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Robeson, a girl. Miss Jennie Brown of Bathgate visited with Mrs. R. Irwin Saturday and Sunday. The work on the new depot is being pushed on rapidly. The building is all closed in and is going to be quite an im provement to the town. Albert Raney and David McClellan returned from their trip through south western United States last Wednesday. They were away somewhat over two months and had the pleasure ol seeing some delightful places. Joliette. Mrs. Joseph Monderville died on Mon day of pneumonia. The deceased was sick only a short time and her death was very unexpected. She was about twenty years of age and was the youngest sister of Louis LaRose of this township. She was buried on Wednesday from the Catholic church at Pembina. Bobbad the Grave. Refunded. Price 25 *«nts per hoi tV ^H'» fv hox For sale by The Northern Pacific coast lines re cently announced second-class rate of 25 from St. Paul and Duluth to Northern Pacifij coast points to encourage emigra tion. The rate has attracted so much attention that is has been determined by the Northern Pacific Railway to place all portions of its line on an equally favor able basis so as to hasten the sale ot un occupied lands in all states through which it runs, and commancing March 21st, and until further notice, second class tickets will he sold from eastern terminals to any point on the Northern Pacific Railway, west of Little Falls, daily, at one-half the lowest first-c ass rate. This afford a very cheap rate for p.rsons coming we-t and particularly for farm laborers coming from eastern points to work for the summer. Per sons who have friends or acquaintances coritemp nting a journey west, should no.ity them of these theap rates. 36 37 liisuru iii an o'd, reliable company, the St. Paul Fire and Marine, and if loss xurf, the pay will *ome. G. VV. RYAN iaohe Our ad Quioc.y. 1'iki- Or. Iuv.s' Anti^Hwulacli •. A!J JUr^i-t.4 Baking maws wweo pp.. mw you :A Slamesfc Swell. One of my neighbors was an interest ing creature, and evidently well pleased with himself. He wore long finger nails, and seeing ine look at him spread ont his left hand, evidently for my admira tion. On the fourth linger he wore a large Chinese ring, and all the nails were long, particularly those of the fourth and fifth fingers, which had grown to a length of at least an inch. They looked like hnge claws, especially when be tried to pick np anything from the seat. The owners of such nails re gard them with extreme satisfaction and cultivate them so carefully that they sometimes attain a prodigious length. The.? are largely affected by Siamese and Chinese clerks who fancy them selves exquisites. They are supposed to nsuicate the fact that their owners do no niannal work. Curiously enough, in so far off a place as Mexico, the same idea exists, but there it is generally confined to the little finger. I do not know what else he had to be prond about unless it was his right leg, which was elaborate ly tattooed above the knee. He was dressed in only a panung, and to a cord around his waist was attached a wallet for his tobacco, betel nut, etc. He also carried some food wrapped in a piece of green plantain leaf. —Gentleman's Mag azine. Climnte and Conanmptlon. I am in favor of treating tuberculous patients near their homes and in the same or nearly the same climate as that in which they will have to live and work after their restoration to health. My reasons for advocating such princi ples are founded on the experiences of all modern phthisio-tberapeutists, who have demonstrated that the hygienic and dietetic treatment in special sani tariums is feasible and successful in nearly all climates. I know from personal observation that cures of pulmonary tuberculosis effected in our ordinary home climates, which are on the average not considered as especially favorable to this class of sufferers, have been more lasting and more assured than cures obtained in more genial climes. And, with all due deference to the opinions of others, I do not believe thore exists any climate which has a special curative quality for any form of pulmonary tuberculosis. Climate can only bo considered as a more or less valuable adjuvant in the treatment of consumption, but not a specific.—S. A. Knopf, M. D., in North American Re view. The Wheel. An eminent German physician de clares that as long as a bicyclist after a long tour has a good appetite, does not feel a desire to go to sleep at once and is not annoyed by heavy dreams on the night following he may consider that he has not made too great a demand on :s physical resources. The Arabic Alphabet. The Arabic alphabet has 29 letters, each of which is written differently, according as it stands alone or, in com bination with other letters, at the be ginning. middle or end of a word. To learn the alphabet, therefore, means to laeinoi'ize 4x29=116 different signs. Bent of RCIIHOIIB. Young Bride—I didn't accept the first time he proposed. MiSB Ryval (slightly envious)—I knew you didn't. «&* p:? Ton Young Bride—How do you know? Mi»j Ryval—You weren't there.— Boston Traveler. Already Had the Boole. Dear Father (wrote the student)—* Please send some money for anew book, The new book had no leaves and was easy to carry in an inside pocket.—Bos ton Courier. LOCAL WANTS. Farm Loans. "Talk with A. Short & Co, when you want to renew your loan. Plenty ot money on short notice. tf A. SHORT & Co. Geo. B. Second, the well known con tractor of Towanda, N. Y., says: "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family for a long time and have found it superior to any other." For sale at Shaw's drug store. al Bull "Royal Oonstanoe." No. 120923. Registered, American Short Horn Breeders Association Vol. 40. For terms, etc. enquire oi GEO. THOMPSON, tf Grocer. Seven Hundred Acres Of good land in one body with good buildings, to. rent to reliable parties. Near elevator in Kittson county, Minn, tf KING &Co. Wanted. Five or six cords of wood for summer use. PIONEER EXPRESS. ... Gasoline Ta:k lor Sale. A Neil's safety gasoline tank, holds over a barrel, good as new, will be sold cheap. Enquire at this ofii e. Seoond-Haad Bioyies. We have some good bargains in sec ond hand wheels. Oid bicycles taken in exchange for new ones. T. G. G. THOMPSON. Girl wanted f»r general housework. Apu to LIFESFLMR*. G. G. THOMPSON. lav"' 1H Motlue o* N*rt|t(c knle. MSS.CT. flTen thut that certain mort », t#l »nd delivered by William ri»ih nnd Jimima Flath, lili wife, mortgagors, *1.7mortgagee, dated tbe 2^l..di8„yM.LJ„"£DMy.A.D -1888' »ud 'or te ?8ne?.oi the ijgwier or deeds of tbe £.Tiyo«VJ. Aen,blPJ? •nd Suite of North Dakota, ''V ofFeliruary A. D. 1898, and re- T1 "wigHges at pane 75, and "J1 *u Instrument In Tnni jP Miles, dsied the 17th day of Y. 'Bl,d Hled ,0' record In said ot KeJf""er o] "eed" on the 8th day of Juiy 18U8, ana tjc rd» din book 69 of mortgages, SH?ST 1 *ut'811 will he foreclosed by a sale of ue premises in Huch mortgage, and hereinaf ter dtscribed, nt ihe lrout door of the court Pyhins, county of Pem "aie of North Dakota, at the hour of 2 V£i°? ion.Saturday, the 6th day of May, 18w, to satisfy the amount due upon said mort "•"^e on the day ol vale: „. pre«iatsei described In such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are those certain premie* situated in ihe cour tv of Peni 1"i, p'a,e °,f North Dakota, and described ^e southeast quartsr (se qr) south *ialf of the northeast quarter (s hf, ne qr) and uortliwest quarter of the northeast quarter, (nw qr,ne qr)oi section twenty-eight (28) t.ud tbe southwest quarter of the southeast quarter, (sw qr se qr) of section twenty-one, (81) town ?hip one hundred aud sixty, (160) range fifty-two, (6s!) containing three .budured and twenty (8201 acres of luiid more or less, according to the gov ernment survey thereof. There will be doe oil such mortgage at the dale of sale thesum of Three Thoneand. K'ght Hundred and twenty-five Do'.lursand flfte-uev en Oente, (98,825.5?) «P*t Ll&*ark'0'N0r,hDak0,atli8 22nd day Juarcn 1899. FLOBA £. MILES. JOHN D. FABBAND, Assignee of Mortgagee. ,**'°"ie ®°r Assignee of Mortgagee, Fargo, North Dakota. 87-42 Oity Eleotion. Notice is hereby given that the annual election for the city of Pembina,county of Pembina and state of North Dakota, will be held at the polling places in the sever al wards of said city on Monday the 3rd day of April A. D. 1899, from the hour of 8 o'clock in the forenoon to 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said day, at which elec tion the following city officers will be voted tor, to-wit: Mayor, one alderman for ward No. 1, one alderman for ward No. 2, one alderman for ward No. 3, treasurer and police magistrate. The 'ollowing places are designated as polling places at said election: Ward No. 1, at King & Co's. office. Ward No. 2, at the Pembina House. Ward No. 3, at City Council Room. The polls shall be kept open continu ously from 8 o'clock a. m. to 5 o'clock p. m. and no longer. By order of the city council. Witness my hand and the official seal of the city of Pembina, N. D. hereto af fixed, this 21st day of March A. D. 1899. JUDSON LAMOURE, Mayor. Attest: F. A. WARDWELL, City Auditor. For Sale 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. 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 by giving pain balm a trial it will please me." For sale a* Shaw's drug store. al Sewing Machine Cheap. A second hand Davis sewing machine for sale at a bargain, n. G. THOMPSON. Chamberlain's Cou?h Remedy. This remedy is intended especially for 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 the 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 all dangerous'consequences. It is especially prized by mothers for their children, as it never fails to effect a speedy 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 by R. Shaw, the druggist, al The Pembina Grain and Elevator Co. have made arrangements to keep on hand a large supply of ihe famous 'Vills bury's Best Flour" which they will ex change for wheat at very liberal rates. At tbe old Shaw & Charlton Corner. Farm For Sale. 160 acres, near McArthur station, 80 acres under cultivation, has small house, terms verv reasonable. Call on or ad dress. E J. LIEN, 37-39 St. Vincent, Minn. Tuition. Instruction given ir Mu«lc, Rudimentnrj Mui ic, Hn-minv, Lntin, Greek, French, Mathema tics, and on Organ or Pinnn. either privately or In ihe 'nii.r and jut-1 muic il 1hsw, now be in:: held nt fie School rfonno Student* prepared form-1 ool Hid otl.e.' examinati nu at home or by il •Parrn'i1, if yon want your cli'llien to sit hpwell tooruan, and have ta lty nnd cramped habit* eradicated, address Prof. Worthington, Penbina, N. D-, Late member of the Royal Albert Hall Choral Awoclatlon, Efandel Fextival, Henry Leslie and Wl liam Carter's choire, of London, England nnd din-lent under Sir Michael Costa, Ch. Oon nod. Aug. Mann* and Sir Joseph Barneby. United States Map. 4MV Acopy of our handsome map, 48«j8 1!«. A inches, printed in fear colors and irmfl MountedooaroUer.wiUbessotto CFVl ear address on reosipt oil cents in COM,post«ere*pieM»eew etder. Wfe eMBet well nseipoMage stamps. GEO. P. LYMAN, Geo rrtl Passenger Agent &• B. It N. R. it., iijn. St Panl, Itf Town there Area few People who We have the Styles These People Want. Season after Season our Customers get the Latest Spring Styles in Dr^ss Goods and Trim mings. Come and see all the pretty things we have in the New Goods. Russell & Armstrong, PROPRIETORS OF ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS. Jo Make a Mistake Do You It is our Register STERLING lbs Set The Style. CHAS. FULL'S, Cheap Cash Store. Steam Boiler, Engine and ila. chine repairing. Boilers reflued a specialty. Pipe fitting and supplies. General Blacksmithing Agents for Noble Refining Co. Oils and Greases. Feed grinding. is natural to rectify it is beneficial. If you have ought 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 of Bold aid Silver Watches, Chains, Hair Ornaments, Hat \V'i Pins, Thimbles,Silver ware that is Silverware, etc. However good your taste, or moderate your purchasing ca pability, we can give you sat isfaction: ionally the best that «ae of IMPROVED FARM HlbS. TBSTKD Vtfll awe unconditionally the best that money esa boy. 1899 Catalogue of IMPROVED FARM SIID8 TABU 8EKI ftce on appllci and choice FLOWER B||M, Itls maficd cation. o«r Mate MI HTOTHMP.ItHMftCft M. H. rilLLER, The Jeweler. SEE TMT BUI It is ottr Registered Trade Mark and means that oar Write sow toe omr seM ay taaflai MMFCMTE. 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