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FstlOpm 14:00 pm 14:28 pm F4:46p S:(M pm 5:40 in 7:88 pm 8:87 10:55 ii r^v CletK. I TRAINS. 'lis pmnMina «oiiia Momta Sags** liffipD 11:17 pa 10:88 10:111 9-B2am •M»ai 0:08 an 7:20 aa 4:06 am immiwm •MIINMI PinbiDI mhw Bowwmont «... hhnnmumDMS^B M"M• MIMIMOralld fOfklMMHWM" ...Winnipeg Junction^. GKKAT NORTBEHN ST. VINCENT. Freight drp«n« loo 9 W» xsws(+jk.T+. PBMBINA, WORTH DAKOTA W, J. BURKE, A.1TOBNKY-AT-LA.W. Succewor to N.C.Young. Beal e«t*U, lo*n, and collections. BA.THOA.TB, HOB.TH PAJCQTA R, A. TSACKBE. AUCTIONEWB. p»rtlcul»r attention to calM KAJCLTOM, NOBTH DAKOTA a*rrattOXA3re. CHA*. E. HA BR-8, E. .jgisfissaaas-£S4,'-ft,!5 aarrsMffAWaff'"'' PEMBINA, flO&TE DAKOTA P. BRBNNAN, D. U. 8. SBSTTBBS. Exprw. BniWIna. P.mbin*, bon tho 18H» to 38rd Monthly Bathgate and Pembina sr. Dak- socxacxxstB. •WoxAeM.yoefc.W©. ia. RMUIHI MEETING EVERY second ind fourth nt each month. IIVHUia .. Monday of each montn. j.Q.8oMD«**a», Secretary. Mom HILUB. Poat Commander. Adiuwnt. jypwVAgA XjOd4*t S* Resular meeting in the evenings of first and thlrd^day of ove?y mcrth. Visiting Brethren 1« good !*tandirp are invited. T. R.8HAW, J. D. WINLXW jj^r Z^dge UOi ^. O. K^ttB p^nry flrft uri! third Mond&y of the Mouth. B. J. HARBIB. CHAS. FULL, M. W RecorcUr. P«E» Tst» Caaap. 3377., "W. -A-. Meet r-vory Second and Fourth Monday. Vi siting 'liboru cordially invited. W. K. OOATB, D. C. KINCH. v- of Soxaoz. Meets every Second end Fourth Wednesday. Mas. W. J. KHMWHAW, Mae. C. B. HAHBIS, C. of H. Recorder. Meets every First and Thud Tuesday of the month. IT. W. PKISOK, J. D. WWIAW, Secretary. Chief. Methodist Episcopal Church. SuNOAY SERVICESEpworth League 11 am. Snhdny School 12 m. Junior Epworth League 4 p. m. Preaching 7:80 p. m. every Sun- PRAYER MEETING each Tuesday evening at 730 during fail and winter to be held in the homes of members and friends. JOSH G. DIKGU, Pastor. Phone 361-4 NORTH DAKOTA INSTITUTE for the cure of Liquor, Morphine and Opium Habits. REMEMBER—We guarantee to cure any cane wlftre the patient has a spark of vi tality ou which to build. We ao not only eradicate the drug or liquor from the system but we remove the appetite, and pui'ents grow rapidly in etremrth and rteeh. No suffering. Vapor and Mas eage Baths accompany the treatment. Guaranteed to be Safe, Speedy and Reliable. Calls and Correspondence Strictly Confidential. J. Y», MILLIGAN, Manager. 722 N. Third Street, Grand Forks, N. D. CITY DRAY LINE. Contract for large lots tKen and goods delivered ou short notice. Orders can left at the Pioneer Baksry part delivered to any hs City. WM. FOWLER. Prop. PEJ1B1NA FULL SUPPLY OF ilding Material AD AIANT, tlie Wl plaster on eartii. 1 Lint Sand, lirick anu Cent. f' i'ee delivery of Luiul^r to 1i- pnr*-- of the city. •*?T7 Aaaatuiixi fcw Maltee the feed were defldbes end wholesome •••••MM^BHB^J88&&SBSSS8SU&k COUNTY NEWS. Hamilton. [Too late fo^lut week. Mr. Birchilt of Canton was in town Tuesday. 1. The G. N. has put in a loading plat form at this place. Druggist Tim oi Cavalier was in town Sunday for a short lime. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H.RoneyofFargoj were in town WednesdayiSist. "Dad" Rorapaugh of the Grand Forks Herald was in town Monday. Artist Begstrom of St. Thomas came up ready for business Tuesday. Prof. McRae has a class in vocal music of about thirty-five in number. Mrs., Robt. Thacker Sr. is slowly re covering from her recent illness. Eli Mastre of Park River came up for a visit with his sister Mrs. A. N. Lee. Frank Wilder of Grand Forks was do ing business in our city Saturday last. C. E. Jackson, supt. of schools, was in town Monday en route for St. Thomas.' school systems in the state. While in the city she was the guest of Mrs. Jack son. Bom—To Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Arm strong of Glasston, Saturday evening, a daughter. There was a party at the Armstrong residence Thursday evening. All report a pleasant time. Thos. Conneil has removed the old building formerly used as a blacksmith shop to the lots adjoining his livery stable. It is said that there are several wed dings booked for the near future. The preachers will have a regular harvest this winter. Albert Mountain has painted the in terior wood work of the city drug store and it looks nice and clean now. "Bob" is a regular artist in his line. Wm. Smellie of Carlisle is erecting a residence on Western Kid avenue, where he can give his children the superior ad vantages of our city schools. Al. Murrel, representing the North western Cigar Co. of Minneapolis, was doing business in town Thursday. While in the city Al. enjoyed a pleasant visit with the boys. T. N. Elliott has moved his harness shop over to the new Johnson building, where his numerous customers will find him ready to do business in anew stand with a lot of new stock. F. C. Thacker and Joe Crummy went on a rabbit hunt one day last week but the rain Came and things got so juicy that the rabbits all went into ecstacies, think ing that spring had arrived. The boys were compelled to abandon the trip and return home in time to attend the sing ing class. Red hot sports, well yes. Mrs. Jessie Abrams, oar popular prim' ary teacher, visited the Grafton city schools last Friday, where she observed the diflereat methods of teaching that she might give her department of the Hamilton schools all the advantages possible. Grafton has one of the best Editor Massing and bride returned from their vedding tour Monday. In the evening thv were treated to a serenade by the Hatii ton band, which rendered some choce selections. Later in the evening soiie of the kids got together with a lo: of instruments of torture and treated thim to a charivari. The boys were all treated and voted Hassing a royal goodfellow and wished him and Mrs. Hassng long life chuck full of happiness.[ At threep'clock Wednesday afternoon a happy company assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Roney to witness the marriijge of .their daughter Miss Maud Rojey to Mr. W. H. Hassing. The cerenyiiy was performed by Rev. Shawkey, pastor of the M. E. church of Hamilton, in the parlors of the Roney residence, which were nice'y decorated for tht occasion. The quests were rela tives arid intimate frierids of the contract ing parties The "ri.le was attended r»y Miss-Ida Feiinell, the groom was a sit ed by Mr.H. H. Fennell. After congrat ulations been tendered the company sat down a sumptuous wedding repast and the hi py couple left for the south on the 5:3 train, amid showers of rice, for an ended bridal tour. The bride is well km sided hen wn in Hamilton, having re for a number of years and is a very chai nirfg young lady. The groom is the han Rays prising an The happ some young editor of "the X as jivi-ll :is one of our most enter popular young business men. young couple enter upon their trijert life with the best wishes oi all who ki them. Joliette. A box E M. NIXON cia will be held at JoSieit uluk-r the auspices rimi man t:ie pui'lic school and teacher Dec. lit ag in -nt i. Mis- Gr iucui and nt. all Piirktr A line pri^ram by enibina city tnleuf will be given PA -e. to be app ied lo Christ- |C Lut^s mas lre\ co.ne and POWDER ®*ajrton. [Omitted, lack of space last week.] Richard Edwards spent Friday night in Grafton. Mrs. Thomas Wilson returned Sunday from her visit in Cavalier. Miss Charlotte Johnson of Grafton is -the guest of Miss Lena Morrison. Mrs. A. Johnson spent'Sunday and •fMonday "visiting Grafton friends. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Raney of Bowes mont visited friends in town Thursday. Andrew Berden left Monday evening for Minneapolis to be absent for some time. Salem Scott of Hallock, Minnesota was guest at the home of his uncle Samuel Scott of this vicinity, Sunday. James Wilkins of Pembina came home Wednesday evening to spend Thanks giving at the parental mansion. Mr. D. Mills and family have moved into town and are occupying their home recently purchased from John Mills. Rev. H. P. Cooper of Larimore, N. D. arrived in the city Thursday to spend Thanksgiving and visit his many friends. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Wylie, little son, and Miss Bena Halcrow went to Bowes mont Thursday to eat turkey with the home people. Mayor McDonald is engaging quite ex tensively in the wheat business, having recently opened an elevator at Pittsburg with Robert Jamison of this city in charge. Earl Wallace and his Shetland pony and Cap, the mastiff, make quite a com bination they can not always decide which way is .best to go. Generally Cap figures conspicuously in the deal. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Francis went to Grafton Sunday evening where they were joined on Monday by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haight of St Thomas in a trip to San Antonio, Texas, where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Westman, accom panied by Mr. Stientjuisf, Mrs. West man's father, leave on Thursday of next week for a vHt to their o!d home in Sweden. They expect to be gone about s'x months. Thomas Devlin may be considered a grass widower unable to procure a house his wife and family have gone to her father's in the country and he is rooming with his parents Mr. and Mrs. James Devlin Sr. Houses and rooms to rent are at a premium in Drayton. J. O. Fryer went to Manitoba Monday to look after land recently purchased about twenty miles west of Winnipeg. We understand Mr. Fryer has sold one of his farms south of town to A. Crider man. We hope Mr. Fryer does not con template moving his family to Manitoba, we would be sorry to lose them. Nate Myers, who was confined to his bed last week, is able to be around again. Since Mr. Myers' return from the P. I. where he served in the late war with Co. C., North Dakota Volunteers, he has not been enjoying the best of health, but his many friends join in wishing for his speedy recovery. Waiha.id. Last Sunday about 2 o'clock in the afternoon the Bellevue Hotel at Walhal'.a caught on fire and in a very short space of time was burned to the ground. Ow ing to the rapidity with which the flames spread but little of the contents were saved and the Landlord, S. L. Davidson, and many of the guests are large losers. The fire was first discovered in the sam ple room which had been heated for the accommodation of a traveller. The printing office of tie Mountaineer and other near-by buildings were saved only by the hardest wori and Charley Lee, who has been burned out once, is only too thanktui lor being saved a sec ond trial. The losses approximate .s fo.lows: J. F. Miiger, uwn^r, @5,000, insurance 82.00) L. Davidson, 82,000 insurance WOOjG.u. iJ.i'iic, c.otliiiij etc., $700 Win. 1 hlbrook @150 and a number oi other jjue.its sin..Iter amounts. Mr. Magcr una nin es his inuii.i-.»n to uu .U lioici lo ike Liie pi.ice ot t.»c former building. Commissioner^ Proceed, ngs. CONTINUED FROM i*AST WEKK. Canton Village. Thord irson inspector one day.. .$ 2 00 Soards,judge do ... Frank Gillies rent of li. te .... Johnston clerk one i.ay S Sing do do Eintr»on ejection returns 36 miles travel 3.60 and 2.00 statut ory ices, lot ii S Waldo inspector one y..... Rout .wciiride judge J.o Waldo 'o W S Sti son p'eriy do do do ...... Eve yone cor lia .y inv.ted l«., i«»it .VI. Bride ulcti- -ti r. turns 48 nj a ,j|„as im evenimr.frf"" i.iiies ir.ive. 4 SO^t.tut 1 es 2 2 001 2 00! 2 00! 2 00 & C0, City of Crystal. .v. TOOTH? If so, there must be some titrable with Its food. Well babies are plumps only the sick are thin. Art you sure the food is ail right? Chil dren can't help but grows they must grow if their food nourishes tnem. Perhaps a mistake was made in^tlie^ past and as a result tht di gestion is weakened. If that is so, don't give the baby a lot of'medicine just use your every-day common sense and help nature a little, and the way to do it is to add half a ful of iti teaspoon- scorns EMULSION to the baby's food three or four times a day. The gain will begin the very first day you give it. it seems to correct the digestion and gets the baby started right again. If the baby is nurs ing but does not thrive, then the mother should take the emulsion. It will have a good effect both upon the mother and child. Twenty* five years proves this fact. $oc. and $t.oo, all druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. IT If TIT II II ii hi in Hamilton Village. Sarver inspector one day 2 W Wright judge do 2 W Green do do 2 Geo Paxman clerk do 2 V. nderwater do 2 W Green election returns 18 nnles travel 1.80 and statutory fee 2, total 3 West writing fluid and mileage Dr McDoiu.d medical attendance Richard Kane cO poor 7 50 Dr McDon dd tned.cai attendance Kate Smith 4 50 Dr Dona nud.cal attendance Riiharo Kane 19 50 VVa .rs boarding and care of prisoners per item zed bill on fi 27 50 Walteis postage for Oct 3 00 Addersoii wur* in coal shed shoveling coal. 1 50 Resa.ved tiiat the original tax be ac cepted by county auditor and county treasurer for year 1898 on lot 18 Tay.or's add to Bathgate. W Conmy fees insanity case Rafferty 6 00 Pembina Grain and Elevator Co balance on coal contract 48 92 Chas Pullman boarding jurors Aug term dist court 42 00 Resolved that county auditor is heie by authorized and directed to pay the above warrant lo Chas Pullmaa or his authorized agent, .ess the amount of $17.55 being the taxes assessed and lev ied against Chas Pultman, city ol Pem bina, for the year of 1899. S Oliver washing storm windows Cuurt house 75 Justice Ha^t-r report of case No. 2 State vs. Ken.iuu maintaining common nuisance was aga.n brought up and con sidered and the loilowin^ lee bills were alow-o: Hager justice l'c^s $ 3 20 Kobt Duulop sliritf lees 6 fcO Board aujourued until 2 p. in. Novem ber lTin, lbOO Board met as per adjournment, present full Ouard. flic loliowitig b.iis were .flowed: iviiig & Cu gia*s, putty knife ctc.$ 3 95 Dib.ey & Robinson on bridge contract &1,000 U0 11 ic..iitau c.eaaiug ruab.sh and RCLU.SV' ..,1.1 :.TII.%III^JAIII/R'S .:|) N lU'.iliA a!Ki ottUcS 10 00 1 uadvve .-a Kt stamps ami p.i.,s lor icOtl c.'iii ccxi.oti' 7 Ou iii„..idjou c-.sh a.ivaiiceU S aig iii'iisuii sick co |.uur as per iili.. 33 oU 1 .u.^lin's ju.-,ac. quarter,y repot •••laiiii,.. 30ta, l»y9 w.:s tx uniiicd an ..c loiioxv ii, tee ui al.owed: 11 Vaugh.i j-.::ii,ce ees case No I S..ite v. Aioi.ai' 2 Stale vs -WeLeod el a JL 0 iK.e .eporl oi ii f. i'ratt lor qu.ii iept i.'ltit, lotlj WaS lead and .!• in OinJi *1*. ul ,e AO. I_- vs E Joii-ison justice i' .1. r. IH' ili itx .S S.lUiv cUnu. St ,ie vs McGregor jus ice i' Fj .i iow ie.ii. as .* .iitc lj .a Ni-'Vei .ees S VVciiS w.tn •). I 0 2 On 2 00 2 2 oo do rhe 1 Icra.d c.is., ji.isii.'2.5J C"iji.iiu._d 11 p.i^'c 6. Toys Christmas te Will Soon lie Here. No Tortora Equal to tlio Itcking ud Burning ol WI "Z i.' it -X :i bo 'S 1 10 }'2 Make your choice of gifts before the crowd comes. We have the largest and finest assortment of gift gocds, fancy and have CTerpread*wiioiirta« hies. In endless varieties. LSUlJ2aiuj rirfcllc^te' little, all sorts, sizes, sexes nativities. IOOH Fancv Drv finndQ DE,FF CHAS. FULL'S, Cheap Cash Store. Russell & Armstrong, PROPRIETORS OP ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS. RAW AS BEEF FROM ECZEMA! tearful niCOaCQ roughness and redness of the skin aa 001IUI UldBQdOa merely a local irritation it is but an indie* tion of a humor in the blood—of terrible Eczema—which is more than skin-deep, and can not be reached by loeal appli cations of ointments, salves, etc., applied to the surface. The disease itself, the real cause of the trouble, is in the blood, although all suffering is produced through the skin the only way to reach the disease, therefore, is throuah the blood. Mr. Phil T. Jones, of Mizemille, Ind., writes: had Eczema thirty years, and after a great deal of treatment my leg was so raw and sore that it gave me constant pain. It finally broke into a running sore, and began to spread and. grow worse. For the past fire or six years I have suffered untold agony and had given up all nope of ever b»ing free from the disease, as I have been treated by some of the best physicians «nd have taken many blood medicines, all in vain. With little faith left I began to take 8. 8. 8., and it apparently made the Eczema worse, but I knew that this was the way the remedy got rid of the poison. Continuing B. 8. S., the sore healed np entirely, the skin became elear and smooth, and I was cured perfectly." Eczema is an obstinate disease and can not be eared by a remedy whieh only a tonic. Swii't's Specific— S. O. S. FOR THE BLOOD •—is superior to oi h^r blood remedies because it cures diseases whieh they not reach. It gorn to the bottom—to the cause of the disease—and will the worst lease of ICc zema, no matter what other treatment has failed. It the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash, mercury or a other mineral, and never tails to cure Eczema, Scrofula, Contagious Poison, Gancer, Tetter, Rheumatism. Open Sores, Ulcers, Boils, etc. upon S. 8. S. nothing can tak«» its place. Books on these, diseases will be maiit free to any address by Swift eiflo Company, Atlanta, Georgia. i. *1 **1 RLASS* aucy uuuubpap|er.machef luloid, all kinds of material made into box es, vases, cups, mugs, saucers, plates, pict ure frames, albums, etc. Your only trouble will be to select frcm the great variety. Mere a/ ^J^^USbeauty and acceptabili ty. A dress pattern is always acceptable by a member of the fair sex. We can suit the buyer' (and the wearer) in silk, satin, wool, linen, cotton, or mixed fabrics, and pjices will suit as well. A line of pretty silk and cloth waists just in—may assist the chooser. HANDKERCHIEFS^^ ent, and whether you choose silk or linen, embroidered, bordered or plain, we have them, and at right prices. riAfhino*or underwear, or footwear, vll/llllil^l|1er'|.e there, for your se lection. Lots of them at reasonable prices. WOOD*|.ce combine utility, Steam Boiler, Engine and ila.: chine repairing. Boilers reflued a specialty. Pipe fitting and supplies. General Blacksmithing Agents for Noble Refining Headquarters for TAYLOR'S celebrated self-feed for threshers. Th-eshermen invited to call and investi gate the best feeder ide. Not mneh attention ia often paid to the first symptoms of Eczema, but it is not long before the little redness begins to itch ana burn. This is bat the beginning, and will lead to suffering and torture almost onen durable. It ia a common mistake to regard Co. Oils and Greases. Feed grinding.