day evenings at
GREAT NORTHERN ST. VINCENT.
Freight depart*., Jug am
do depart* 8.80p
Lawyer. Will practice lu Oontt* of Dakota
before United State* Laud office.
Motey to Loan and
PBMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA
Successor to N.C.Young. Real estate, loan*
BATHOATB, WORTH DAKOTA.
R, A. THACKBB,
Particular attention to sale* of Farm Property.
HAMH.TOM, WORTH DAKOTA
Physician and Surgeon. Found at all hour*
when not professionally engaged, at his office,
on 8tut*man street at daytime and at hi* resi
dence on Cdvlleer street at night.
PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA
J, p. BRENNAN, D. O. 8.
Graduate of State University of Iowa.
permanently at Bathgate. Office In the
fixpreos Bulldine. Pembina, from tho 10th to
thel5th atDravton 16th to 22nd. J®}.?
Sftrd to 28th Hamilton 28th to last of month.
Bathgate and Pembina, N. flat-
V7oii»n E»o«t. ITo. 12. 3-.-A-.
Reeular meeting* every second and fourth
Monday of each month.
paMiiof meetingsin theCTCDIDWoffiwtwifl
thlrd^riday of every morth. Visiting Brethren
in good standing are invited.
\V. W. FBtsoN,
J- D' Wl8mWii
UO, A.. T3\ W,
Meets every Art and third Monday of the
E»ro.TsSja at Cm-ro-p, 327T M.TKT..A..
Meet every Second and Fourth Monday. Vi
siting neighbor* cordially invited.
W. B. COATS,
Pegxee of Boaai.
Meet* every Second and Fourth' Wednesday.
Ma*. W. J. KNEUHAW, MM. C. B. HABBI*.
C. of H. Recorder.
Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the
W. W. Fatso*, J-
Methodist Episcopal Church.
SERVICES:—Epworth League 11
aTm. Sunday School 18 in. Junior Epworth
League 4 p. m. Preaching 730 p. m. every Sun-
MEETING each Tuesday evening at
7:30 dnrine fall and winter to be held in the
homes of member* and friends.
JOHN G. DINGLE, Pastor.
Grace Church, Pembina.
song and Sermon
Choir Practice Fri
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
Back of the Merchants Bank, Pembina.
Best of care, and feed guaran
teed, at reasonable rates. Horses
boarded by the wee^k or month,
dive me. a call when you come to
town. CHAS. O'HARA.
Contract for large lots
taken and goods delivered
on short notice. Orders can
be left at the Pioneer Bakery
S Ice delivered to any part
of the City.
WM. FOWLER. Prop.
I C»w paying erop* because iiiov-r* '-j
fteah and always th* boat. V..r
SUek taBn«y% aad proxp-i
M00 H—d Annual flraa Wrtto for
0. «. FIMIY PMRAR. MLCO.
Will Purdy left on Friday for Montana.
Miss Maggie Avery spent Sunday with
Mrs. A.J. McKibbon.
John Halcrow went to Forest River on
Tuesday to visit his daughter at that
Miss Minerva Spinning returned on
Saturday from a week's visit with Dray
Mr. and Mrs. George Reid of Drayton
visited witH their daughter Mrs. F. C.
DeLong on Thursday last.
About twenty young people from here
took in the skating rink at Drayton last
Saturday evening and report a very good
Among the arrivals on Tuesday's train
from the south were, David and Miss
Ella Reid, Misses Katie Whyte, Nellie
and Ethel Halcrow and Janette McLean.
Herb Thomson and Alex, Mitchell are
still engaged in the state chess tourna
ment They make one move every
three days, rather slow work for our
energetic post master, but it suits "Lord
Alex." very well.
The Right Reverened Dr. S. D. Edsall,
bishop of North Dakota, will visit Bowes
mont, with Revd. Watson, next Monday.
Episcopal church service will be held,
and the bishop will preach, and will hold
apostolic rite of confirmation.
The reception given by the members
of the cabinet of the Epworth League to
all the members of said league, on Tues
day evening last, was voted by all to be
the swellest affair of the season. About
fifty guests were present and a delightful
social evening was enjoyed by all.
It has been demonstrated repeatedly in
every state in the Union and in many for
eign countries that Chamberlain'sCough
Remedy is a certain preventage and cure
for croup. It has become the universal
remedy for that disease. M. V. Fisher
of Liberty, W. Va., repeats what has
been said around the globe when he
writes I have used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in my family for several
years and always with perfect success.
We believe that it is not only the cough
remedy, but that it is a sure cure for
croup. It has saved the lives of our chil
dren a number of times. This remedy is
for sale by T. R. Shaw, druggist. 26-29
Mr. Noble of St. Thomas Sundayed in
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. D. Mills, Janua
ry 23rd, a daughter.
Miss Phe. Lester was laid up last week
Miss Nellie Wilkins is confined to the
house with an attack of la grippe.
H. H. Hamilton and sister, Mrs. Thex
ton, of St. Thomas, spent Friday in this
Wesley Patmore returned on Friday
from the Roseau country with a fine
drove of cattle.
Roy Metcalf had the misfortune to run
a pitch fork into his leg last week causing
him a good deal of suffering.
Herbert Fennell and his sister, Miss
Ida, of Hamilton, spent Monday in town,
guests of the family of Jacob Smith.
Benson Wallace,our popular city butch
er, is out again, after being confined to
the house for the past week with pleurisy.
Miss Lena VanCamp returned to her
home in St. Thomas Sunday, after hav
ing spent a few days visitiug at he aunt,
Mrs. Allan Dayman.
Messrs Chapman & Fawcett secured an
attraction for the rink Saturday evening,
by having Norval Baptie skate five of
the best skaters of our city in a five mile
race, and drew a large crowd from the
surrounding towns. Mr. Baptie is mak
ing a record as a skater.
Rev. Collinge has accepted a call from
the Methodist congregation of Alexan
dria, Minn, and will remove his family to
that place. Mr. and Collinge have been
among us for nearly five years and have
made many friends who are sorry to lose
them. The best wishes ol all go with
Having a Great Bun on Cham
berlain's Oouffh Remedy.
Manager Martin, of the Pierson drug
store, informs us that he is having a
great run on Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. He sells five bottles of that med
icine to one of any other'kind, and it
gives greatfsatisfaction. Jin these days of
la grippe there is nothing likeJChamber
lains Cough Remedy to stop the cough
heal up the sore throat and lungs and
give relief within a very short time. The
are growing, and all who
try it are pleased with its prompt action.
—South Chicago Daily Calumet. For
sale by T. R. Shaw, druggist. 26-29
Wm. Cook and family left for the coast
O. H. Johnson has returned to his
home at Evanston, Illinois.
Hamilton stores will close at 7 o'clock
from now on until further notice.
The ladies aid will give asocial at Mrs.
W. J. Midland's on Friday evening, Jan
The state grand lodge of Orangemen
is in session at this place this Wednesday
Cosgrove's Merry Makers at the Grand
this Saturday evening, January 27th, re-
member the date. Reseved seats with
out extra charge at A. N. Lee's.
There was a meeting at the Grand ofi
Monday afternoon of those who were
interested in the farmers' institute. Com
mittees were elected to arrange every
thing and the institute will be held on
the 9th and 10th of February.
A meeting of the members of the fair
association is called for Monday, Janu
uary 29th at 2 p. m. for the purpose of
electing directors and officers for the en
suing year, and Robert Muir, who has
been secretary for the past six years,
hands in his resignation.
Prevented a Trasredy.
Timely information given Mrs. George
Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, prevent
ed a dreadful tragedy and saved two
lives. A frightful cough had long kept
-her-awake every night She had tried
many remedies and doctors but steadily
grew worse until urged to try Dr. King's
New Discovery. One bottle wholly cured
her and she writes this marvelous medi
cine also cured Mr. Long of a severe
attack of pneumonia. Such cures are
positive proof of the matchless merit of
this grand remedy for curing all throat,
chest and lung troubles. Only 50c and
$1. Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bot
tles at Shaw's drug store.
Mr. and Mrs Robert Menzie visited in
Bowesmont last week.
Duncan Menzie and family visited in
Joliette the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Sharp are spending a few
weeks with friends in Manitoba.
Mr. Seney has been very sick for the
past week but is now improving.
Wm. Bell came over from the Minne
sota side and made a pleasant visit here
for a few days.
Mr. Willis says that the ladies are like
the wealth if the country,—very uneven
Quite a large party of friends gathered
at the residence of Mr. Nichols Friday
evening and spent a pleasant time.
George Kemp is busy getting ready to
build next spring. He will erect a dwell
ing that will be a credit to the neighbor
E. Hebert will move to the mountains
in the spring, and has already removed
part of his machinery. Mr. Crowder has
rented Mr. Searls' farm, vacated by Mr.
Last Sunday there was a new staff of
officers elected to conduct the Sunday
school, John Spearman, president, Geo.
Kemp, bible class teacher, Mrs. Kemp
and Mrs. Forbs intermediate classes and
Mrs. Pratt the infant class.
Story of a Slave.
To be bound hand and foot for years
by the chains of disease is the worst
form of slavery. George D. Williams,
of Manchester, Mich, tells how such a
slave was made free. He says: "My
wife has been so helpless for five years
that she could not turn over in bed alone.
After using two bottles of Electric Bitters,
she is wonderfully improved and able to
do her own work." This supreme reme
dy for female diseases quickly cures ner
vousness, sleeplessness, melancholy,
headache, bachache, fainting and dizzy
spells. This miracle working medicine
is a godsend to weak, sickly, run down
people. Every bottle ia guaranteed.
Only 50 cents. Sold by T. R. Shaw,
Mr. and Mrs. McFarland spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Gibney.
Our school is progressing well under
the teaching of Mr. Slight.
Mr. Hardy from near Hoople was
visiting with H. F. Graves on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hodson visited at Robt.
William Bill had the misfortune to lose
one of his mules a short time ago.
Miss Minnie McGurran was spending
a few days with her sister Mrs. J. H.
Salter this week.
We are sorry to learn that Miss Addie
Surerus is seriously ill. She is at the
home of her uncle, Meno Surerus.
A number of our young people gath
ered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
McGurran the other evening and had an
enjoyable time. Mr. and Mrs. McGurran
know just how to make an evening pass
Thomas Bill met with an accident the
other day. While drawing wood the
load upset, some of the wood falling on
him, injuring him, but we hope not seri
Bismarck's Iron Nerve.
Was the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous energy
are not found where Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys and Bowels are out of order.
If you want these qualities and the suc
cess they bring, use-Dr. King's New Life
Pills. They develop every power of
brain and body. Only 25c. at T. R.
Shaw's drug store. 6
St. Thomas Time*.
Five large congregations were" assem
bled in St. Thomas last Sunday .E.
A. Taylor was in a runaway and got
painful injuries Albert Ganssle left
for his future home in Minneapolis and
the Times speaks pleasant words of his
business and social standing in St. Thom
as. .The opera house has been
strengthened with bracj*s......It is rum
ored that one of the
Thin, pale, ansmic girls
need a fatty food to enrich I
their blood, give color to 1
their cheeks and restore their
health and strength. It is
|««afe to say that they nearly
II all reject fat with their food.
COD LIVER OIL
is exactly what they require
$ it not only gives them the im
portant element (cod*liver oil)
in a palatable and easily di-1
$ gested form,but also the hypo*
$ phosphites which are so valua*
ble in nervous disorders that'
$ usually accompany anaemia.
I SCOTT'S EMULSION is a
fatty food that is more easily
$ digested than any other form
of fat. A certain amount of!
flesh is necessary for health.
$ You can get it in this way.
We have known per-'
sons to gain a pound a
day while taking it.
$oc. and $1.00, all druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
county is desirous of starting a second
paper at St. Thomas Joseph and
Misses Annie anci Madge Garnelt are
taking an extended eastern trip includ
ing principal cities, Florida and Cuba.
The Times also has that brief and
full account of the doings of the board
very much after the style of this paper.
The Times is also an utlander this
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hoi brook went to
Chicago and may go to Florida A
pleasant party was given at the home of
John Conrad on the occasion ot the mar
riage of his daughter Lena to W. H.
Buttleman of Montana Jolm Morrow
has rented his farm to go into the employ
of the Great Northern D. J. Egan
has taken a position as general agent for
the Deering Co. with headquarters at
Crookston Typhoid is in the home
of Thomas Mayhew and two children are
the victims Freight receipts at
Cavalier station for the past year were
the best ever.
Dr. Wilkinson, late of Gretna, is mov
ing to Neche Six horses of John
Fitzsimmons of St. Joseph were found to
have glanders, by State Veterinary A.
F. Elliot and were shot. The source
was traced to an animal owned by Fred
Grnmbois of Neche, but which was sold
to a party at Pembina. This animal was
also inspected and ts also killed. All
horse owners should be looking out ac
cordingly At the inquest 011 the
body of Gustave Volrath who was found
dead last week, it was found the deceas
ed had been of unsound mind for some
time. When the family returned from
the barn where they had been for a short
time doing chores, he was found dead
on the floor witn two bullet hoies in his
head. The jury rendered a verdict of
suicide, though as the rifle wis a single
shot, it is difficult to see how the man
could shoot himself in the head, then re
load and shoot himself again.
Cora, daughter of J. O. Fryer, has re
covered Irom scarlet fever Mrs. A.
H.Newans has congestion of the lungs...
Drayton post office now pays $1,000
salary John Currie is better at his
home in Bathgate, but will not return to
the Echo. The Echo says he rendered
Wm. Duphenais died suddenly just
alter eating his dinner.. "Commis
sioners' proceedings take up consider
able room in this issue oi the Mountain
eer, but we know tiie people will be glad
to have it even at the expense of other
The Crystal Call-Graphic has a voting
contest for a gold watch and other valu
ables Revival meetings at the Bap
tist church .J. S. Richardson of St.
Thomas is reported as seriously ill
A. Heath is the new landlord of the
JBsouiapius cures that awful pain
called headache. 25c at the drag store.
|||To Cure a Gold in one Day.
Take Warner's White Wine of Tar
Syrup, the best cough remedy on earth.
35 and 50 cents. T. R. Shaw, druggist
Results Fatally in Nine
for this Centu
ry is completed
And we have a lot of Dress Good we want
to clean opt before the season closes—you
can have many odd pieces—some enough
for a skirt, others smaller—at your own
We must get rid of all
odd lots at once.
Cheap Cash Store.
PEMBINA TONSORIAL PARLOR,
CANCER IS DEADLY!
Gases Out of Tin
Gun Found at Last.
"Cancer ia hereditary in out familv, mv father, a
•ister and an aunt having died from this dreadful
disease. My feelings may be imagined when the hor
rible disease made its appearance on my side. It was
a malignant Cancer, eating inwardly in such away as
to cause great alarm. The disease seemed beyond the
skill of the doctors, for their treatment did no good
whatever, the Cancer growing worse all the while.
Numerous remedies were used for it. but the Cancer
day, forced nut the poison.
OOTFEM, WHMI I
foe Ganoer.—Mas 8 M.
This fearful disease often first appears
as a mere scratch, a pimple, or lump in
the breast, too small to attract any
notice, until, in many cases, the deadly
disease is fully developed.
Cancer can not be cured by a surgical
operation, because the disease is a virulent
ason in the blood, circulating throughout the system, and although
ie sore or ulcer—known as the Cancer—may be cut away, the
poison remains in the blood, and promptly breaks out afoUli, with
The wonderful success of S. S. S. in curing obstinate, deep-seated
blood diseases which were considered incurable, induced a few de
spairing sufferers to try it for Cancer, after exhausting the «1H11 of
the physicians without a cure. Much to their delight S. S. S. proved
equal to the disease and promptly effected a cure. The glaa
spread rapidly, and it was soon demonstrated
beyond doubt that a cure had at last been
found for deadly^Cancer. Evidence has accu
mulated which is incontrovertible, of which
the following is a specimen
crew steadily worae, until it seemed that I was doomed'
to follow the others of the family, for I know how deadly duioer Is. especially
when inherited. I was advised to try Swift's Specific (S. 8.8.), which, from tta
ooatinued its use until
Winston, N. C.
was ouied sound and well, and have had no srmptomsof tta
dreadful affliction, though many years have elapsed. 8.8.8. Is the
Our book on Cancer, containing other tftnHmAmil^ &n<i valuable
information, will be sent free to any address by the Swift Spedno
Oon|»«y. Atlanta, Georgia.
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