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8:10 pm 4:00 4:28 pm 4:48 5:04 pm 6:40 pm 7:85 pm 8:87 pm 10:65) r» TIME'CARD «OIKS SOUTH -OF R, A. THACKBR, Secretary. TRAINS. aOIMO HOBTB ..Winnipeg •KHHMfHtl) 1:05pm 11:87pm 10:88 am 10:11 0-62 am 0:88 am 8:08 am 7:20 am 6:28 am 405 am XOrtiflMHHlHWNMi Pembina .......Joliette Bowermont .Drnton Grafton eeeeeeeeeee«« Grand Forks *..••*.. ...CrookBton.. .......... Winnipeg Junction. UREAT NORTHERN ST. VINCENT. Freight departs am Passenger arrives do departs ..1:00pm 8:80pm XJDOi-MJU. W, J. KNBESHAW, lawyer. Will practice in Courts ol Dakota Minnesota and before United States Laud offlce. Motey to Loan and Collection made. PEMBINA, WORTH DAKOTA W, J. BURKE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Successor to N.C.Young. Refl estate, loans and collections. BATHGATE, NORTH DAKOTA. AUCTIONEER. Particular attention to sales of Farm Property. HAMILTON, NORTH DAKOTA vjj"gsxcxAars» CHA*. E. HARRIS, B. l'tiyf'Ci'iu and Surgeon. Found at all hoars wlitii not professionally engaged, at his office, on Stutsman street at daytime and at his resi dence on Cavlleer street at night. PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA J, P. BRENNAN, D. 1». S. PBM'X'XS'J. fctpress Building, Pembina, from tho 16th to 28rd Monthly. Bathgate and Pembina, N. Oak- SOCIETIES. VToid.ii Posit, ST©. IS, Q-.-A- 33 Reuiiisi meetings every second and fourth Monday of each month. J. G. SoNDBB*AN..iitintffgSr. X*o&g», S, A- «te -A.- Regular meetings in the evenings offirst and third Friday of every morth. Visiting Brethren in sood standing are invited. T. R. SHAW, J- D- WLNLAW. E'AM.'B !•«.£*• X.ODAR« HO. .A.. O. "7=R- ~W Mtei'1 every llrft and third Monday of the on ill. E. J. HABKIS, Clerk. CI,A8' FSI\. Recorder. a. Oiaap, 327T Meet every Second and Fourth Monday. Vi siting neighbors cordially invited. W. E. COATS, CI |flNv'1V-. v- of Soxa.or. Meets every Second and Fourth Wednesday. Mas. W. J. KNBBSUAW, MBS. C. B. HAUBIB, C. of H. Recorder, PMlsiAa VIM Sspaxtauat. Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the month. W. W. FELSOM J- D. WINLAW, Secretary. omei. Methodist Episcopal Church. SUNDAY SERVICES:—Epworth League 11 £Tm. Sunday School 18 m. Junior Epworth League 4 p,. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. every Snn PRA.YER MEETING each Tuesday evening at 7:30 durinsr fall and winter to be held the homes of members and friends. JOHN G. DINGLE, Pastor. New LIVERY AND FEED STABLE. Back of the Merchants Bank, Pembina. Best of care, and feed guaran teed, at reasonable rates. Horses boarded by the week or month. Give me a call when you come to town. CHAS. O'HARA. I CITY 1 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 part of the City. WM. FOWLER, Prop. PEflBINA FULL SUPPLY OP Building Material ADAMANT, the best plaster on earth. Lime, Sand, Brfck and Cement. Free delivery of Lumber to all parts of the city. njxon, '."A JR /"V -fc COUNTY NEWS. Hamilton. [Omitted, took of space last week.] Tom Gordon visited at Olga this week. G. J. Silk is assisting the X-Rays force at this place. Dave Page has returned home Irom I^arimore, N. D. See Green Bros, for a nice assortment of Xmas goods. A. B. Buie was over from Pembina last week on business. Miss Lillian Kerr visited friends at Prattford this week. F. D. Murney has disposed of his farm to John Page Sr., consideration $4,000. Wm. Thrower, our popular tonsorial artist, contemplates a trip to Ontario this winter. A. N. Lee, our popular city jeweler, has a lot of new stock on hand lor Xmas and the prices are right. It is reported that D. P. Miller is ill in Fargo, having fell from a building and sustained severe injuries. Rev. Shawkey reports Mrs. Shawkey, who is at the Asbury Methodist Hospital at Minneapolis, doing nicely at present. YV. Hutchcroft has sold his farm south of town to Thos. Armstrong of Glasston. Mr. H. will remove to the northwest in the near future. Tom Elliott and Geo. McLean have parted with their beautiful moustaches and no more can the wind blow through their whiskers. A couple ot cases were disposed of in Judge Wright's court Wednesday of last week. Attorneys Muir and Asselstine conducting the cases. Jos. Hutchroft disposed of his farm some time ago to C. R. Green and has removed to Stonewall, Manitoba, where he will make his home. G. F. Erskine & Co have an unlimited supply of Xmas goods in stock and Santa Claus has consented to make his head quarters with them this year. Wm. Smellie has his new dwelling completed and has moved into town for t}ie winter, where he can give his child ren the superior advantages of our city schools. The ladies' aid of the M. E. church gave a parlor social at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vanderwater, Wed nesday evening and all report a pleasant time and the social in a iinancial way was a success. Mr. Wm. Page and family expect to start for southern Texas in a few days where they will escape the cold and chill ing blasts of this arctic region, and im bibe the warm health-giving atmosphere of perpetual summer. It is to be hoped that they will return much improved in health. The X-r is authority for the state ment tl Hamilton lady has been catching mice in a quart jar half full ol molasses. \Vhen the little beasts get in the molasses they are supposed to die a sweet death. Editor Hassing is evi dently getting initiated into the mysteries of housekeeping at a rapid rate. After molasses is treated in the above manner it is said to make the very best pancake dressing or the most delicious ginger cake extant. Try it Hassing. The last legislature made an appro priation to provide for the holding ol tweniy-five farmers' institutes in the st ite this winter. Prof.JE. E. Rauffman of the Agricultural College is director. Some of our most enterprising farmers have taken the matter up and it is not unlikely that an institute will be held in Hamilton sometime in February, 1900. Hamilton is the most central place in the county and by holding it in Hamilton it will do the most good to a greater number of farmers, who, coming from dilferent parts. of the county will doubtless appre ciate it being held at Hamilton. Boweamont. Miss Avelina Buck is visiting friends in town. Master Forrest Waldo is quite ill with pneumonia. John Halcrow spent a few days in Emerson, Man. this week. Miss Jeanette McLean has been visit ing with Mrs. George Patterson. We are sorry to report that James Murphy is very low with heart trouble and other ailments. Salem Scott was over from Hallock Tuesday and took the afternoon train for points farther south. The I. O. F. had a big installation on Monday night seven new members had the pleasure of riding the goat. Misses Lila Shield and May Walton and Messrs Geo. Shield and Geo. Tully left Tuesday to spend the winter in Canada. The M. E. Sunday school will hold their annual Christmas tree on Saturday evening, Dec. 23rd, admission free. A collection wiil be taken to defray ex penses. Joliette. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Loomer extend their sincere thanks to friends and neigh bors who rendered their untiring asist ance during the sickness and death of their little son Lewis. Consumption Cure-WARER's WHITE WINE OF TAR SYRUP, the best cough remedy on earth, cures a cold in one day if tiken in time. 25 and 50 cts., at the drug store. Drayton. Mr. Hugh Mill of Midland was doing business in the city Wednesday. Miss Lulu Wylie arrived home from Hamline Saturday for the holidays. The stores will put on metropolitan airs after New Years and close at 0:30. J. O. Fryer cont. mplates a visit to Ontario between Christmas and New Years. Mr. and MnL F. O. Southard of Cashet were doing their trading in the city Tuesday. R. V. Larter was doing business in the Roseau country last week, returning on Tuesday. A. H. Oakes, the genial insurance man from St. Thomas, was doing business in the city Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss, who were visiting in Minnesota, returned to their home in this city Friday. John Anderson and Theodore West man are comfortably domiciled in the Westman building. Messrs. Ferguson and Switzer of Joli ette were in the city and registered at the Commercial Friday. Drayton needs a resident dentist. A good one would do well here. Who will be the lucky individual. The ice men got to work Monday and are supplying the wants of the communi ty with solid water afoot thick. Miss Charlotte Johnson, who has been visiting with Miss Leni Morrison, return ed to her home in Grafton Friday. A good many weddings ol late, Thom son, the photographer has been reaping the benefit as well as the preachers. Wm. Garden, brother of our popular tonsorial artist, W. H. Garden, who was visiting here, left for home Saturday. Messrs W.J. Scott, Her.bt. Edmunds and Eddie Cochrain arrived from Ham line Wednesday, also Ira Elliott from St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Powell from Minnesota were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Faucett, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Powell, the first of the week. The pontoon bridge his been moved on the Minnesota side of the river for the winter, not much danger that it will float away before Marcli 1st. Miss Eva Mawhood, niece of T. W. Kibbce, who has been spending the sum mer in the city, returned to her home in Frecmont, Ind. Wednesday. We predict an enormous demand for Drayton flour as it is a No. 1 article. Among many orders received is one for two car loads from Philadelphia Owing to the Christmas rush, George Countryman who is visiting in the city, has been induced to assist in Kibbee's drug store. Mr. Countryman is recuper ating from an attack of typhoid fever. Carlisle. [Omitted, lack of space last week.] E. A. Eastman lost a valuable horse last week. Jonathan Gelder sold his farm last week to W. R. Huffman. Robt. Menzie and family of Prattford were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. Weeks Saturday last. John and Wm. Taylor a'so Dan Shan non of Joliette came over last week to attend some of the meetings. Clias. McCIennan returned last Satur day from the mountains where he has been looking after his farming interests the past four months. Cyrus Huffman purchased C. H. East man'J threshing outfit and will figure on doing a good share of the threshing trade in the future. The honerites or holiness movement people are drawing large crowds. Meet ings every afternoon and evening and three meetings each Sunday. Andrew Argue has purchased four horses and also a complete outfit of har ness and will probably soon be better equipped than before the fire. County Condensations.. Crystal Call. Rev. J. G. Moore lectured Wednesday. Good iecture, small audience J. T. West sells out en 20.h and will go to Ontario this month for a visit Obed Carr is teaching near Hamilton The Call says some folks are using the river I ice, and adds, "don't use it even for wa-hing." Someone entered the barn of John Porter and cut the tongue out of a cow's mouth close to the root. Mr. Robert Weaver and Miss Chris tie Martin were married last Wednesday. Andrew G. Darling and Jda May Kerr, both of Crystal, were married or. Wednesday John Skene sold Paul Johnson one quarter and has rented the balance to Mr. J. Mr. S. will visit east. Walhnila Mountaineer. The insurance adjuster paid he losses I on the recent fire 92,000 to Mr. Mager! on building and $400 to Mr. Davidson on contents The Walhalla Bank makes I a fine stitenient Ted Shashane has! sold out,to Holbrook and goes in as I manager for Holbrook Henry Mc-! Gum has quit the restaurant business... The local lodge I. O. F. have grown from 40 to 80 members in six months....-( Rodney Anderson is home from Minne apolis school Died—At Leroy, Patrick Rouke, aged 63 years. Drayion Echo. Skating rink is open....... Rev. A. V. Bergstrom and N Benson broke through tlif ice in the River. Mr. Benson crawled out, took olf Ins lur coat and TMCMJfe Hangs oi You have used all sorts of cough reme dies but it does not yield it is too deep seated. It may wear itself out in time, but it is more liable to produce la grippe, pneumonia or a seri ous throat affection. 1 You need something that will give you strength and build) up the body. SCOTT'S I EMULSION will do this when everything I else fails. There is no doubt I about it. It nourishes, strengthens, builds up and makes the body strong and I healthy, not only to throws off this hard cough, but to fortify the system against further attacks. If you are I run down or emaciated you I should certainly take this 1 nourishing food medicine. Soc. and $1.00. all druggists. SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. threw the end to Mr. Bergstrom and thus hauled liini out in safety Miss Arnie Devlin and Mr. Clarence Shultz were married on Wednesday Geo. Torrey, Frank Bellamy, Bruce Almas and Ernest Angus have gone to British Cplumbia. Pink Paper. James Cranley returned from Winni peg with his mother who had been at the hospital and though for a time her life was despaired of, is now much improved. The M. E. social was a success, receipts $90 Mr. and Mrs. George Gansele have removed to Minneapolis, much to the regret of the Bath» ite peo ple Norval Baptie has gone east to enter the skating races under the training of Tom Eck. He will skate for the world's championship. Hope he'll get it The Hunt family have moved into the Ganssle residence which they have purchased. St. Thomas Times. Editorally the Times registers a kick at some unnamed county officer that for gets to prefer his printer lriends in the distribution of advertising patronage.. Dr. T. F. Kelly, while returning from the country with a team and a broncho lead ing behind, had the broncho frightened badly by the train, and in jumping from the buggv Dr. Reilly broke both the bones of his left leg Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hager left for the winter. They visit Chicago and the south Charles Stark of St. Thomas township suffered a stroke of apoplexy. His condition is critical... John Cockburn of Pembina writes the editor that that furniture was for his bachelor quarters and the editor gives the information for "what it is worth." ... .Mcintosh & Ganssle have dissolved. Mr. Ganssle go.s to Minneapolis. Wm. Mcintosh will join D. G. in the machine business Margaret Reaman, wife of George Stong, died Tuesday, Dec. 12th, aged 45 years. Mr. and Mrs. Stong have been living in St. Thomas about eighteen months. She was a member of the M. E. church and highly respected. The remains were taken to the former home at Hamilton, Ontario. Mr. Stong is a brother of H. Stong. Neche Cliroiiotype. To Oure LaGrippa In 24 Housr. No remedy equals WARNER'S WHITE WINE OP TAR SYRUP for this terrible and fatal disease. If taken thoroughly and in time, it will (.ure a case in 24 hours, and for the cough that follows LaGrippe it never fails to give relief. Price, 25c and 50c. At T. R. Shaw's. I Toys I Dry /Is I lis lis 4s /is /is 8. 8. 8. Make your choice of gifts before the crowdLcomes. We have the largest and finest assortment of gift gocds, fancy and useful, that we have ever spiead on our ta bles. In endless varieties. nn11cBiS little, all sorts, sizes, LSUildan(j nativities. Faricv OooHq 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 from the great variety. Goodsteauty 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. HandkerchiefSaidsimptepre^ ent, and whether you choose silk or linen, embroidered, bordered or plain, we have them, and at right prices. CInthiflO-or underwear, or footwear, WiUlIIIIlgther re sexes Delf* 8lass» wood, there, for vour se lection. Lots of them at reasonable prices. CHAS. FULL'S, Cheap Cash Store. PEMBINA TONSORIAL PARLOR, -O^LS^ KM V0,APADO"» NEVER TOO OLD TO BE CURED. S. S. S. Is a Great Blessing to ,J$, Old People. It Gives Them New Blood and Life. .Mr. J. W. Loving,of Colquitt. Ga., says: "For eight sn years I suffered tortures from a fiery eruption on jy skin. I tried almost every known remedy, hut they piled one by one and I was told that my age, which is jxty-six. was against me, and that I could never hope !»be well again. I finally took S. S. S.. and it cleansed Jij blood thoroughly, and now I am in perfect health." :e does not necessarily mean eness and ill health, and nearly all of the sickness among older people can be avoided. Moat elderly are very susceptible to illness, is wholly unnecessary. By keep* ». ing their blood pure they can fortify themselves so as to escape three-fourths of the ailmenta from which they suffer so generally. S. S. S. ia the remedy which will keep their systems young, by purifying the blood, thoroughly removing all waste accumulations, and impart ing new strength and life to the whole body. It increases the appetite, builds up the energies, and sends new life, giving blood throughout the entire system Mrs. Sarah Pike, 477 Broadway, South Boston, writes: I am seventy years old, and had not enjpyed good health for twenty years. I was sick in different ways, and la addition, had Eczema terribly on one of my legs. The doctor said that on account of my age, I would never bs well again. 1 took a dozen bottles of S. S. S. and it cured m* completely, and I am happy to say that I feel as well as I ever did in my life." FOR THE BLOOD Is the only reinfedy twhich can build up and strengthen old people, beoawMfcis the only one which is guaranteed free from potash? mercury, arsenic and other damaging minerals. It is made from roots and herbs, and has no In it. S 8 8. can's the worst rases of Scrofula, Cancer. Ei T.itter, Open flow Chronic Ulcer*. Boils, or any other discsss.of tbe Mood. Books on these diseases will be sent free by Swift Speciflo 0*., Atlanta. Ga.