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& I I it "That's What ails Hannah." Though as yet very young in years, Hannah, who lives, moves and has a being (never heard who the name of her "being" though) up in Cavalier county, at the butt end of Jim Hill's branch, has eightv-four children attending school. The man in "The Moon," who lias Still, withal, no matter whether we look at Hannah this way or that way, forward or backward, she still,—with a mystic spell,—casts a glamour o'er the scene, and she is always Hannah,—Han-/ nih the beautiful, the mother of eighty four children and the prospects of more. Is there anything the matter with Han nah? Echo, in deep and rolling rever berations adown the sloping slants of the hill sides and cement deposits of the Pembina mountains, replies—"nah." 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. VVe have yet to learn of a sin gle instance in which it has not proved effectual. No other preparation can me show such a record—twenty-five yearV constant use without a failure. For sale Dy T. R. Shaw, drug-i-t. 21-25 custody of or A Narrow Esoeapa. Thankful words written by A840 Bate to Eastern Canada. j' For the cheap rate of WO the Northern fjX 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 the •^Northern Pacific'always offers and this year the ro.id pnrposes to be more care ful if possible of the comfort of its pa r^ftrons than ever. Liberal stopover privi leges and opportunity to have final limit 'r "of tickets extended upon payment of a reasonable additional sum will be given. A member of the staff of the Nl-w York Sim has itten for the Youth's Companion an account of what boys and young men who visit th£ metropolis in search of employment may have to en dure, and the infrequency of success. IX At home Ontario, bee the Shepherd of the flock since Hannah went to housekeeping in that vicinity, vouches for the truth of the statement and he ought to know for he started his Moon in Hannah's barn on the ground floor of events, before Hannah had any children to speak of. Dan McGruer whose reputation used be hung up every Monday on the clothes lines in his back yard as criterion of purity, by which the housewives ol Hamilton in the long ago, used to gauge the whiteness of their week ly washings,lives at Hannah now, and it is probably owing to his dispensation of pure paregoric and soothem syrup, that Hannah has so many living children to go to school. But it is no slur on Han nah that Dan lives there. Of course there are many other men who have claims in that locality, who are to some degree responsible for the marvelous extent of Hannah's brood, but after all we are afraid that Hannah must be a sort of "grass widow," For Hannah's husband—as the records go—has never settled on or made Anal proof to any claim in that neighborhood. Citation Hearing Petition for Appoint, ihent of Administrator, State OR North Dakota,i Countv of Pembina. In County Court. Before Ilou. V. Quaokenbush, Judge. Iu the matter of the estate of David Greer, deceased. Howard Farwell & Co. (a corporation) peti tioner v*. Franklin M. Greer, Mrs. Emma A. Morris, Mrs. Minnie Spauldiug. respondents. The State of North Dakota, to the above nam ed respondents and nil persons interested in the estate of David Greer, deceased. You and each of yoti are hereby notitled that Howard 1'arwell & Co. (a corporation), the peti tioner herein, has filed in this court its petition, praying tliat letters of administration upon the estate of Duvid Qreer, late of the city of Minne afwlis, in llie county of Hennepin and state of Minnesota, deceased, be granted to II. C. Carr and that the said petition will b!: heard aud duly considered by this court on Monday, the 5th day of February A. D. l'.»C0 at It) o'clock in the fore noon of that day, at the court rooms of this court, in the county court house, iu the city of Pembina, county of Pembina and state of North Dakota, and you and each of you are hereby cited to be and appear bel ore this Court at said time aud place aud answer said petition aud show cause, if any there be. why the prayer of said petitiou should not be granted. By the Court. V. Quackesbush, (County Court rieal.] Judge of the Countv Court. Dated tho 14th day of December A. Ii. 1899. Bankrupt's Petition for Discharge. In the matter of Martin Sarver, bankrupt, in bankruptcy. To the Honorable Charles F. Amnion. Judge of the District Court of the United States lor the district of North Dakota- Martin Sarver, of Hamilton in the County of Pembina uud State of North Dakota in said dis trict, respectfully represents that on the sixth day of September, last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under the acts of Congress relating to bankruptcy t.iat he ha? duly surrendered all his property aud r'ghts of property and has fully complied with all the requirements of said acts and of the orders of the court touching his bankruptcy Wherefore he prays that he may be decreed br the court to have a full discharge from all debts provable against Ins estate undor taid bankrupt acts, except such debts as are excepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 6th day of November, A. D. 1899. Martin Sarvbb, Bankrupt. OBDBR OF NOTICE THBREON. In the Uuited States District Court, District of North Dakota, ss: On this 14th day of December, A. D. 1899, on reading the foregoing petition, any rs. Ada E. Hart. ofGroton. S. D.. "Was taken KrorK^uri!Sd "Siw Hart, of Groton, S. D., with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and fin illy terminat ed in Consumption. Four Doctors gave up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, deter mined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my a! sent ones above, hu sba iu. «. get Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion, Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, and thank God, I am saved and now a well and healthy woman." Trial bottle free at T. R. Shaw's Drug Store. Regular sue 50c. and $1.00. Guaranteed or price refunded. tbe ehy of mm 41 it is— Ordered by the court, that a hearing be bad upon the same on the 30th day of December. A. D. 1C99, before said court, at Fargo, in said dis trict,« ten o'clock in the forenoon and that no tice thereof be published in the Pioneer Express a newspaper printed in said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at the Mid time and place, and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. And it is further ordered by the court, that the clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed tothem at-their places of residence as stated. Witness the Honorable Charles F. Amidon, judge of the said court, and the seal thereof, at £"§?•ln suid district, on the 14th day of Decem ber 1899. J. A. Montgomery, Clerk. [Seal of the court.] By E. K. Stkblb, Deputy. Aolice and Citation. Henri IIK the Norit?UDako"aWh,!sJbuen duly^ppointed 1 tickets will be sold by the Northern Pacific from Dec. 4th to Dec. 31st, inclusive, to points in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia. St. Paul Chicago. 111, ill- Ian Keport and final Account and for the Appointment of Guardian. Statk of North akota, County of Pemtiina. (8e* Iu County Court. Before Hon, V. Quackeubueh, Judge. Iu the matter of the guardiannhip of George Dougherty, insane, H. L. Crandell, guardian, petitioner vs. George Dougherty, respondent. 1 he bkte of North Dakota to the above named respondent and all porsous interested in the said insaue person You are hereby notitled that the tinal account of II. L. Crandell, 1 lie guardian of Georise DoU"h erty, insane, late of the county of l'embina and state of North Dakota ha-.beeu rendered to and tiled 11. this court that iheSSrd day of January a D. lJtH) at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day at me court room of iliis court, in court room of this court, in c.ty by th?s tu,ere(jt in said insane pe"rson I may appear aud tileti exceptions ori.lijections, j»wr't»|g^iosild report uud aecuintl.i}}, or any And yon and tacli of you, are hereby cited h&ve.wUy 'cause, b^if nd appe,tr any you Raid account »iuul not be allew d. And you, und eacu of you, ate hereby further not 1 lieu thai H. L. CranUelt has Hied iu this court a pei tion iu writing usking for the appointment 01 George A. McCrt-a an guurd an or the aaid George Uuugherty, insane, aud thul the bearing or caia petition for the appointment of saia SUiirdiau will be held at the time uud place hereinbefore stated. Aud you. nnd t-uch of yon. are hereby ted and required before liuve upi ointuu icu:.rdiaii o. tue s':i:tl nu juu. mm eucn oi yon, are nereby ted required .cn nnu there to bo aud uppeur ire this court uud saow muse, if any you why .-ad tieurge A, AlcCrea shuli uot. be lii-orge iiou- li- erty, lUHune. Dated tliln 14th day of December A. D. J899 [Couiuy Court Seal.J By the court, or. QUACKENBCPH. Judge ol the County Court. Citation Hearing Petition for the Male or Keal Eatute Before Hon. V. (JuacktubUHh. Judge. In the matter or the estute of John 8. Mc Douiiald. deceased. Alexunder McDoueuld. petitioner, vs.- Mar g*r, McDougaM. Jennie McDongald. Rachnel McDou«ald. James McUougHid. Donald Aic Dmtgtud. Annie McDougaid and Lawrence McDougiild. respondent*. The State of .\«.rih Dakota, to the abo"e named respondents and all persons interested in the estate of John 8. McDougaid, deceased. You, and each 01 you, are hereby notifleJ tli Monday, the 15th day of January A. U. ijoO, the hour or 10 o.clock in tbe lorenoon of, eaid day, at the court room of the said cou ly 1 court, at the court house in the city of Pembina and State of forth Dakota, have been appointed the time and place for hearing the said petition of Alexander McDongald. administrator,praying that a license be to nlm issued to sell all ihe real estate beloi ging to tl.e estate or .101111 H. McDougaid. deceased, in this said county, it appearing neresoary t«. sell all the real esiati of this said estate to pay the debts of said deceased: and. You, and each of yon. are hereby c.ted to hu and appear before this conri ai said tiiue and place and answer said petitiou and show cause, if any there be. why the prayer of said petition shoolii not be granted. By me Court. V. QtMCKKNiiCi-H. [County Court 8eil.] Judge ot the County Court. Dated this 27ih day of November A. I).. 1H!9. Let the service ol the above citation be mnle by publication in the oneer Express,a wtcklv uewsuaper of general clrculntott. published in Peml.ina. State of N..rt» Ihkoui. »n.l by mail according to law. '.-eal.j V. Quacksbcsii Ju i„e. PEMBINA f*Mi»INA, NORTH DAKOTA. =TOi Eastern Canada for the Christmas Holidays via the Going by Route 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. RED BOX TRADE MARK 15 A GUARANTEE OF QUALITY. inner loande on good Rea IEst» tcHecuri t. n.y •'ort tn the county. What you payforrent will lies. No other payment'nave vtbe male,hi.ii Die proper! month. -ell •ful •linn. rf M'r.tnfix to algbti jwea tron ^«oti» lok„ HookBa ^"Spr»t«r* ite auo. Short, Hrasiunii. Jnlted States Map. A copy of onr handsome 'map, 40x3d inches, printed in four colors and mounted on a roller, will ba sent to any address on receipt of 15 cents or express money order. We cannot fle stamps. GEO. P. LYMAN, Geo* Agent c., B. N. R. R., St Paul, 1 CHANCELLOR, IS"! WILLIAM PENH, IOc Corona, U. of M, Cani Dates of Sale, every day from Dec. 4 to Dec. 31, inclusive. to ontreal and return. GEO. P. LYMAN, ,-Asst. Gen. Pas-. Agt., C. B. & Q. R. R., St. Paul, Minn. WILLIAM RUSSELL, PROPRIETOR OF ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS. Steam Boiler, Engine and Da. chine repairing. Boilers reflued a specialty. Pipe fitting and supplies. General Blacksmithing Agents for Noble Refining Co. Oils and Greases. Peed grinding. 0 esters v,'V."~ 1 .J..*..*.' wvmwMw Flour and Feed Store. The nndersiened desires to call th«* Httention ot the iarmerb and people in general to the fact that he in uow prepared to gapply all wity Hour and Peed of aii kinrtu tVHEA^T, OATS AND BA K.t Taken in exchange, or for cash, at the highest market ^ric^ store on corner Stutsman and Second street* nina. FRANK FELDMAN, Succesor to H. 0. Feldman. ~i toDiiet PIONEER Barber Shop. Hair-Cut in the Latest SHAriPOO and 1 rw JM excursions itn~Sx/*"(£iAi1« •. \A via •"W I'. .-*S iNorthern Pacific, Good for three months fromgdate of sale, with 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 and at corres pondingly low rates to points east of Hontreal in Quebec, New Brunswick and NovafScotia, Call on Agents of the Northern Pacific Railway for detailed information. CHAS, S. FEE, G. P. and T. A. & 4 ^^4- "S. Dolls And Christmas Goods of all Kinds, at the Store. Walhalla Roller Mills. CAPACITY, 125 BARRELS. BRANDS: Best Patent, Best Bakers, Little Daisy My Brands are always at the front. Merchants' trade solicited. Oristing a specialty. All work war ranted. JOHN F. MAGER, VVaihaila, N. D. Styles. SEA-FO Ail JOSEPH QEROUX, Neche Live Stock Exchange Have a good Feed Mill in op-rarion at Nechi. O rind in 7 done cheaply and promptly, at reasonab.e rates. Als want to purchase all kinds of live stock at the b.»st mirket pricis. Bring in hide and furs ai|d get the highest cas.i prices. D. W. YOUNG. Lfel's. Aa-C I A •1 i| ,\v?sr I 'S'fls \T1 'm v? I' -K -A* 1 O O mm your rj f. 4 ^mm W j-,^1 v'