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VV ,^.4MWBaHAW^
Lawyer. Will practice lu tiouru oi Uakuta
Minnesota and before United States Laud office,
Xobey to Loan andOolleetion* made.
PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA
W.
J- BURKE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Successor to N. C. Young. Real estate, loans
and collections.
BATHGATB, NORTH DAKOTA.
R.
A. THACKKP.
AUCTIONEER.
Particular attention to sales of Farm Property.
HAMILTON, NOBTH DAKOTA
BXCXd&ATS^
CltA*. E. HA BR 3, E.
Phynlolan and Surgeon. Found at all hoars
when not professionally engaged, at hie office,
Stuiainan Htreet at daytime and at bis resi
dence on Cavileer street at night.
PBMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA
J,
P. BRENNAN, D. U. S.
33BST3PIST.
Graduate of State UniTereity of Iowa. Located
Ezpresa
wmanently at Bathgate. Office tn the Pioneer
Building, Pembina, from the 16th to
28rd Monthly.
Bathgate and Pembina, N. XJak-
SOGXSXXES.
"Wordea STo. 12. OKA.
RMFUIBT meetings overy second and fourth
Monday of each month.
J. G. SoSDKBMAM. MOSBB HBIABK.
Adiutnnt. Post Commander.
S3T,W Ti T, XjO&gfA. 3. "P- A "A"
Regular meetingo in the evenings of first and
third Friday of every mrrth. Visiting Brethren
in good standip? are invited.
T. R. SHAW, J- D- WINLAW.
Secretary.
Secretary. Chief.
Methodist Episcopal Church.
feuNDAY SERVICES:—Epworth League 11
a. m. Sundny School 13 m. Junior Epworth
League 4 p.m. Preaching 730p. m. every Sun
day*
PRAYER MEETING each Tuesday evening at
730 during fall and winter to be held the
homes of members and friends.
JOIIN G. DIKGLB, Pastor.
Phone 361-4
NORTH
DAKOTA INSTITUTE
for the cure of
Liquor, Morphine and Opium Habits.
REMEMBER—We guarantee to cure any
caee where the patient has a spark of vi
tality on which to build. We do not only
eradicate the drug or liquor ftom the
system but we remove tbe appetite, and
patients grow rapidly in etreuerth mid
flesh. No suffering. Vapor and Mas
sage Baths accompituy the treatment.
Guaranteed to be 5afe, Speedy
and Reliable.
Calls and Correspondence Strictly
Confidential.
J. W, MILL1GAN, Manager.
722 N. Third Street, Grand Forks, N. D.
CITY
DRAY LINE.
Contract for large lots
taken and goods delivered
on short notice. Orders can
be left at the Pioneer Bakery
Ice delivered to any
of the City.
Wal halla Mountaineer.
W. M.
itlaiai. I.o4gf* H©» O. O W.
Meets every flrf* '""d third Monday of the
Month.
E. J. HARRIS. CHAS. FULL.
Recorder. M. W.
Faao/bLsa at C»=o J, 3377 Z&.TZT.A.
Meet every Second and Fottrtti Monday. Vi
siting neighbors cordially invited.
W. E. COATS, D.C.
WISCII.
Clerk. V. C.
SogrxM
of
^oasI-
Meets every Second and Fourth Wednesday.
Mas. W. J. KNECSUAW, MRS. C. B. HARRIS,
C. of H. Recorder,
V«mfe3JMk Vis* 9*pMta&«3at.
Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the
month.
IT. W. FKWOM, J. D. WIHLAW.
part
WM. FOWLER, Prop.
PEHBINA
PULL SUPPLY OP
Building Material
ADAMANT, the Inwt plaster on
earth.
Lime, Sand, Brick and Cement.
Free delivery of Lumber to all
parts oi the city. \Si J,
E..M. NIXON,
•f" -f 1*
ABMunEnrtouK
Makes the food more detidoas and wholesome
i»yM.aMuwmwia««»..wwvoiiK.
COUNTY NEWS.
County Condensations.
A two column sketch ol a case of In
dian shooting in the old times, written by
Charles Cavileer of this city, is good
reading Died—At Leyden, Nov.
13, Serephina Restler, aged 12 years....
IVm. Trealor has taken work with Er
Wendt as blacksmith and Billy is credited
with being a good blacksmith.
f!hrnnotviw.
"liniyton Kctio.
James Robertson has sold.his lots anu
lumber sheds to E. E. Whittemore who
will build an elevator therfeon Mr.
Reid Waldo while driving to church at
Gilby where he is visiting, was thrown
from the rig, breaking one rib and a bone
of the left leg. He is doing as well as
can be expected Atlorney W. R.
Garrett formerly of Cavalier is in Denver,
Col. with the intention of locating there.
.. Alex. Whitson returned from Be
niidji to see his mother who is ill... .Mrs.
C. E. Ja kson and Mrs. Geo. McQuinn
came from Pembina to visit Mrs. Whit
son in her illness.
Crystal Call.
Commissioner and Mrs. F. C. Myrick
of Pembina visited at Donald Thomson's
at Hensel and drove to Crystal accom
panied by Mrs. Thomson The new
Appleton block approaches completion.
The bank offices will be ready in two
weeks.
Hamilton X-Rays.
Mrs. R. Thacker Sr. is setiously ill....
.Archie Buie was over from Pembina..
.Editorially the Rays says "Restemeyer
would have won the election if"—and
intimates that the Chronicle man is a
"weak kneed political freak", that the
editor of the Mountaineer knows as much
about 3rd district voters as"a jackass
does about milking a cow", and the Pink
Paper folks are "wonderfully dense".....
..Mrs. Rev. Shawkey is slowly recover
ing from a severe illness...... A G. N.
engine r«tn against a steer and broke the
steer's leg—engine wasn't hurt L.
O. L. had a big success with a box soc
ial.
St. Thomas Times.
Steps are being taken to fotm a wom
an's cl.ub.(Something different from a
broomstick we suppose) Jas.
McCabe shipped a car load of horses to
a lumber firm in Duluth. G. H.
Gamett's ascetylene plant didn't work
properly. He lit a match and looked in
—then it worked. Mr. G. was severely
burned about the face and hands. In
ordinary business affairs Mr. Garnett is
one of tlie shrewdest men we know of in
the county Mrs. F. M.King of
Pembina was visit.ng relatives here this
week Robert Ritchie and
Charles McCarthy left for Wabigon Ont,
to work for the Glass Reef Go'd Mining
Company.
•••(111 momenta.
Haalon—He assured me he was very
sorry that I made myself appear so
ridiculous.
Melville—That's all right. There are
a great many persons who are never
happier than when they are feeling
sorry for somebody else.—Boston
Transcript.
The gravestone over the burial place
of John Foster, almanac maker, In
the old burying ground at Dorchester,
Mass., bears the inscription, which was
dictated by himself, "Still was his
cash."
Hi a Life was Saved.
Mr. J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen of
Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful
deliverance from a fright ul death. In
telling of it he says "I was taken with
typhoid fever, that ran into pneumonia
my lungs became hardened. I was so
weak I couldn't even sit up in bed.
Nothing helped me. I expected to soon
die of consumption, when I heard of Dr.
King's New Discovery. One bottle gave
great leiief I continued to use it, and
now am well and strong, I can't say too
muce in its praise." this marvellous
medicine is the surest and quickest cure
in the world for ail throat and lung trou
ble. Regular sizes 50c and
BAKING
POWDER
Rate of Assessmeat of County
Drain No. Elovon.
Notice of assessment of lands benefited
by construction of Drain No. Eleven in
Geroux Slough.
The County Drain Commissioners of
'Pembina "county, North Dakota have
made an assessment for benefits to- lands
specified below, by the construction of
County Drain No. Eleven.
Therefore, notice is hereby given to
the owners of, and those who have an in
terest in said lands, assessed, that the
County Drain Commissioners will meet
at Pembina, North Dakota, in the court
house, on the 27th day of November,
1899, at 11 o'clock, for the purpose of
reviewing said assessment and hearing
any complaints against said assessment.
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fl.
Trial
bottles free at T. R. Shaw's drug store
every bottle guaranteed.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm Cures
Others. Why not You?
My wife hss been using Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, with good results, for a lame
shoulder that has pained her continually
for nine years. We have tried till kinds
of medicines and doctors without receiv
ing any benefit from any of them. One
day we saw -an advertisement of this
medicine and thought of trying it, which
we did with the best of satisfaction. She
has used only one bottle and her shoul
der ix almost well.—Adoi.ph L. Mil
lktt, Manchester, N. H. For sale lv
T. R. Shaw, druggist. {Jv"f'-j 19-20
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BABBBCT,
LOUDKN,
1. urain
1 ComnilMi.oners.
Dated at Bowesmoat, November 101b, 1899.
H.
V.
THOMSON, Secretary.
PEMBINA
Bulldias and Loan Association.
PJtMdlHA, MOBTH DAKOTA.
ftoaiv
KitdiMiwdBMlliliMlMadiiiLi
to the eaatjr. Wbsi you payforfrat will
lultbtMBtlilidaM. Noutber
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FMRT JPWI
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Daring the remaining weeks of 1880
The Youth's Companion will maintain
its fresh and varied interest for young
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Among these contributors will be
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James Bryce, author of "The American
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Reading W. D. Howells and Jane Bar
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California experience in "How I Went
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tells of "Sereny Maria at School and
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"For Life and Liberty," relates a thril
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THE YOUTH'S COMPANION,
203 Co'umbus Avenue, Boston, Mass.
H. W. Barker's Iron Compound cures
sore throat, coughs and colds. 50 cents
at tiie drug store.
2E3culapius cures that awful pain
called headache. 25c at the drug store.
Help...
Nature
Babies and children need
proper food, rarely ever medi
cine. If they do not thrive
on their food something is
wrong. They need a little
help to get their digestive
machinery working properly.
COD LIVER OIL
will generally correct
difficulty. I
If you will put from one-}
fourth to half a teaspoonful}
in baby's bottle three or four 1
times a day you will soon see
a marked improvement. For
larger children, from half to
a teaspoonful, according to
age, dissolved in their milk
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish
ing power. If the molh?.r
milk does not nourish ih?
baby, she needs the err.r'- 3
sion. It will show an effect
at once both upon mother
and child. I
'wiiml lrwt«i l'»! i'tiiiH.
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50c and $t.oo. ill druggists.
SCOTT ic BOWNE, Chemists, New Yor!'..
1 11 mt« 11 11 •{"Of
Flour and F«ed
Store.
Tli. t.H'lf rsimipd desirns to call
th*- *tt*M«tiMn ol th*4 tarniert- and
pet»i»'« in i!"!n'r«l to th«» fart that
lit1 if in" iir«-i»Hr-.t t,«i s,i|i|il\ all
wiOi flour HIIII I'Vi'tl of all kinds
tfllKAT.OATS AND KAK:.KV
TaktMi in Mschaiige, or for cash,
at the ingiittxi market .IHCP
on St.nrs man and
FRANK FELDMAN,
Succesor to H. (I. Feldmuu.
^roprirtor
B. JOHNSON,
Contractor and Builder,
Pemb ni, N. D.
iSeven years experience in Winnipeg
and other places. Plans and specifica
tions furnished of any kind of structure.
Parties intending to build or remodel
thJ-ir premises will save titemselvs trou
ble and annoyance by consulting me.
a[ERICANright
antic combination
13 Aitor Plact
A
A large line of
Sample Shoes
just received and
will be sold at
wholesale
prices.
Russell & Armstrong,
PROPRIETORS OF
ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS.
Headquarters for TAYLOR'S celebrated self-feed for
threshers. Threfchsrimn invited to call and investi
gate the best feeder tde.
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