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&-* *f t„ r.r Si W-C &T -YV. ty" •'.•• '." .'"• .. !«, .•••' .•'••.•' Continued from page 5. Board adjourned until Nov. 18th 9 a. m. 1899. Board met as per adjournment, pres ent full board. Resolved that county auditor and county treasurer be and is hereby author ized to transfer §5,000 from the county general fund to the county road and bridge fund. Resolved that the county auditor be and is hereby authorized to issue VVm. Trotter refund order for $10.55, same being amount of penalty paid by error description by said Wm. Trotter on sw qr ot sec 25-161-52, said party having paid on sw qr of sec 25-161-51. The following bills were audited and allowed: Row cntting brush on Drain 4. .$ 5 00 Hicks services as co com, mile age visiting co poor etc 36 80 Ottem services as co com, mileage viewing etc as per bill.. 53 40 S Sigtusson services as co com, mileage visiting co poor etc.... 43 50 Geo Taylor do do .... 45 60 Myrick services as co com mileage inspecting bridges etc as per bill 24 75 Jonas Einarson care and board Mrs Bergsted three months 15 00 Board adjourned until Dec. 11, 1899. Attest: Approved: Paul Williams, F. C. Myrick, Countv Auditor. Chairman. Any farmer can make the b^st old country home made beer, containing neither alcohol nor drugs, warranted non-intoxicating, at the small cost of less than five cents per gallon. Receipt and full instructions for preparation sent on application upon receipt of fifty cents. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Ad dress Proffessor A. Balcan, A Sure Cure for Group. Twenty-five Years' Constant use With out a Failure. The first indication of croup is hoarse ness, and in a child subject to that dis ease it may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, it will prevent the attack. It is used in many thousands of homes in this broad land and never disappoints the anxious mothers. We have yet to learn of a sin gle instance in which it has not proved effectual. No other preparation can show such a record—twenty-five years' constant use wiihout a failure. For sale by T. R. Shaw, druggist. 21-25 As a cure for rheumatism Chamber lain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide repu tation. D. B. Johnson of Richmond, Ind has been troubled with that ail men: since 1862. In speaking of it he says: "I never found anything that would re lieve me until I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It acts like magic with me. My foot was swollen and pai .ing me very much, but one good application of Pain Balm-relieved me. For s.tle at the drug store* 21-25 Robbed the Grave. A startling incident, of which Mr. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject, is narrated by him as follows: "I was in a most dread:ul 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 trying 'Electric Bitters and to my great joy and 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. A|40Rate to Eastern Canada. For the cheap rate of 940 the Northern Pacific will again sell the round trip Canadian Excursion tickets to eastern Canada. The people in this section of the country are familiar with the accom modations and train service which ful if possible of the Qomfort of its pa-! trons than ever. Liberal s'opover privi leges and opportunity to have final limit of tickets extended upon payment of a reasonable additional sum will be given. ii pr Spend Holidays At home to Dec. Ontario, New Brunswick, Cavalier Crystal Drayton Elora Gardar Hamilton Joliette Liberty Lincoln Lodeina Midland Necbe rark Pembina St Joeeph St Thomas ThiriKvali* Waibalia Pembina, N. D. 1 17 8.108 'i 4 249 8 7 »52 8 «36 5 14 32# 6 5 1,018 2 101 4 216 9 no levy '0 5 300 4 194 J* 6 214 }3 6 897 }4 16 460 lo 315 16 uo levy 1 416 8 5 255 9 16 20 12 305 21 11 281 22 4 294 23 5 1^6 'Ji 6 150 25 It) 3,540 7 641 2? 2u 2,006 tickets will be sold by the Northern Pacific Dec. 4th 31st, Treasurer's Notice to Tar payers for 1899. In pursuance of law, I, R. McBride, treasurer of the county of Pembina, State of North Dakota, hereby notify the taxpayers thereof that the rates of taxa tion and the amounts raised for each specific purpose for the year 1899 are correctly stated in the following tables showing the number of mills and tenths of mills levied on each dollar of taxable property in each city, village, township and school district of said county Levy in Canton Cavalier Hamilton Necne Waibalia Crystal Drayton St. Thomas Pembina i* 5 an 2t 'J 3U8 30 15 522 31 7 18" 88 no levy 33 uolev 34 8 §5 6 35 7 3,6 3b 7 323 37 10 810 88 14 88 12 481 12 89 13 2.018 90 12 40 6 283 ui 8 41 21 3.(123 92 1 42 7 330 93 5 48 14 3.153 94 3 44 9 1.011 95 5 45 6 208 4C 9 218 j)7 8 4: 9 276 8 48 2 112 99 10 4(1 It 320 50 4 80 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS FOB DRAINAGE Northern Pacific always of.ers and this *orth dthTSSdl,^ Ttu°J year the road purposes to be more care- &1 SwTtSf '£££!}, with 10 fotr month» nfier tne firsi publication of tbi« notice, to «id administrator, hi Monntain 1 S 1 I -',••••-• ,v. -V- v' Levy in Dollars $20,007 2,634 1,053 36.808 1,578 12,636 110,530 1 860 280 9,014 4*9 553 447 2,340 1,735 1,554 2.644 mills. 3.8 .5 .a 6.8 .3 2.4 a 11 1! 18 11 6 8 26 12 State fund State bond interest fund State wolf bounty fund County Revenue fund County interest fund County road and bridge fund County general acbool fund Village of Bathgate fund do do do do do do do do do Akra Avon Bathgate Beaulieu Carlisle II '29 4 3 5 8 5 1 4 TOWNSHIPS, 163 417 no levy 288 2,548 171 105 no levy 194 143 362 146 187 207 122 no )«vy 17u 176 123 269 2i7 360 853 8n» a83 no levy iU 109 33b 328 253 807 478 227 no levy 316 314 335 426 1.1 2?9 178 132 &9 no levy 324 379 2.'1 KUHP0E-'i Ditch No. 1 I Ditch No. 2 Ditch No. 3 ho Ditch No. 4 ia* Ditch So. 5 Ditch No. fi oi Ditch No. 7 Ditch No. 8 M8 The real estate taxes of 1899. were due Novem ber 1. 1899 and will be delinquent February 1 1900. when a penalty of three per cent will attach another pen lty of three per ceni will be added March 1,1900 a luriher penalty of ihrre per cent June 1.1SW0: and nn additional penally of five per cent on November 1,1900. The unpaid real es ate taxes for 1H99 will be adv- rrised for sale during the mouth of November, 19J0. and sold on the tirst Tuesday in December, 1900. All personal property taxes for the year 1899 were due-November 1.1899, and will become de linquent February 1,19C0, and thereupon a pen alty of five per cent will attach and be charred upon such delinquent taxes,and there will be adt»d •hereafter interest at the rate of one per Ct-ui per month on the originalamouni of such tax until the same is paid. A list of all delinquent personal property taxes will be placed in the hands of the ahmtton or .before the 15th day of September. 1900. who! shall immediately proceed to collect the same in accordance with law. When asking for the amount of your taxes by letter pleas* decribe your property cearly. R. AcBhide, I Treasurer of Pembina County.. MMIe* to Creditor*. S THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF I BJohn Sybincon, Deceased: Notice i» ber«ty eiven by the uwter*lened Johaon Svelnaon, aaminUtrator of the e*l*te of the Bjom Rv«in«on, late of the towii*bip of Thing- I P. o. in aail couniv. I Dated November 6rti, A. D. 1899. I JOHANN SvBINeolf, _, ... Adm'ii!* r«!or. Fiiet |nt,lication oi. the iib day of November, inclusive, to points in Going by way of St. Paul and Chicago. 288 441 1,286 715 1,204 4M 618 364 344 416 1.198 1.167 170 748 711 887 1,226 264 1,830 1.515 1.905 #77 605 '1 •2 4 4 5 3 4 5 4 4 a 6 4 3 8 4 SCHOOL DISTRICTS. S Eastern Canada for the PEMBINA Christmas Holidays v.a the Only $40.00 This amount will buy a ticket good for a three months' visit to any point in Ontario or Quebec west of Montreal. Between St Paul and Chicago there is only one best line, and that is the Burlington. Ask your neighbors who have traveled by that line*what they think of it. Your home ticket agent has tickets for sale via our line. Lean Association. PFMJHKA,NORTH DAKOTA. •lonei loande on good Kea 1 Batetejecuri 1 uuv nor. In ih«- connty. What you payforrent will the mom'ili irie». No otber payment* nav» *e ran Je.arxS tn from-i* to afeht /,• tlie[ro|ier l•• #4* loa„ .r 'month. RO«kb*. "•"•rein Asst. Gen. Pas-. Agt., C. B. & Q. R. R., St Paul, Minn. PEMBINA TON SOR1AL PARLOR, awitr: 0*PADO,* Ave. Short, Pre»i1*nl. United States Han. '1 A copy of our handsome map. 40x18 inches printed in four eolwa anS 1 II.- aoentea or a roller, will beacpt to' any adJwaa neeipt of 13 cents 1:: coin, po«tal or express motwy order. We cannot nse.poetage stamps. GKO, P. LYMAN, Cen ral Paseenger Agent C., B. N. R. IC.St. M«L •linu- Fur uarmenr (apart and yotall —vintl one secret ij— jfoodnejs.lt is Hon* es&Iy made inside and out If your dealer cannot supply you we will tell you who can. Cordon & Ferguson.,St.Paul,Minn. r/ira.. Flour and F*»ed Store. The undersigned desires to call the attention oi the farmers and Ee eoplt- in general to the fact that in now prepared to sapplv all witl Klour and Peed of all kinds WHEAT, OATS AND BAKi Taken in exchange/ or for cash, at the highest market ,nc» Store on corner Stilts man and Second street* Amount. ¥. K'4'k from Dates of Sale, every day from Dec. 4 to Dec. 31, inclusive. to Montreal and return. GEO. P. LYMAN, FRANK FELDMAN, .k<p></p>Succesor v..' ..." O Tni- hi rut fa a .:<p></p>Feldman. '••Ji v.- to H. C. Proprietor Canadian Excursions *v 4 Vlfl. Y" 1 Santa R. Best Patent, takers, My trade sofcited ranted. JOHN SEA-FO Ail QEROUX, Have iood Fe.'d v\| |n operatio nt cheaply andjromptfy, at reasons bie rates pll kinds of Ire stock at the st market pric hidi .and ft# and get the highest ca«ii prices V, Northern Pacific.! i1i§vy three months from'date of sale. Vith liberal stopover privileges. Limit will be extended upon payment of reasonable addition sums. Round trip tickets will be sold to points as far east as. Montreal for $40.00 pondingly low rates to points east of Hontreal in Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova? Scotia. Call on Agents of the Northern Pacific Railway for detailed information. CHAS, S. FEE, G. P. and T. A. and at corres Claus Will make our an nouncement in this O space next week. SHAW. Wajihalla Roller Mills. CAPACITY, 125 BRLNCS: BARRELS. (rands are always at the fro it. Oristing a specially. All P. MAQER, PKVEER Barbd- 5hop. rfair-Cuqn the Latest Styles. SHAHPOOand vH, IVIerchants work war- Walhaila, N. Stock Exchauge N in in do A SJ want to purchase s. Bring In your. w. YOUNG.