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^a«y *$% hS *±1fj SfTj Hi "ft fyH'&Si fJ, *v* MMwbii ORBAT jtfBffHXftH 8T. t|il|ktdipiitiM'wf»* do itopsrta. ...••"« ssranr^^««H »«ota W. J- ATTORHSY-AT-LAW *.« aaAMMfettoiie. •,^" w„S«*Vr BATMOATS, «Q»TK e*p R, A. THAOKBRvgjS ___ 7 •ucmompm. Farticalat attention to aatoa of 7^ 'k1 fr AitTT/naia, HOBTE DAKOTA J. H. 8NIDEB, m^-mnir -v Mi'X'MiMXKr^mrr arxmaxoxr. C»1H aight trr day piOmptlr abraded. ,OOoe at Wi^rtiw Smernoa, K^-tfDwR(mUtli to 93nd St. l'homaa ^^thrafflra to tMt of month, Bathgate and PemMna, B.JJalt- ^TM4w*8«t,Sro.ia»*'A.*. Baculai nestings evaii seoontl and fourth Ktoin of Meb nooti). 2 BMSIMAIi Mom HuLii. idlount. FoatCommtndcr 1 xisajn*'.Xiea«e, a,''^. ., IBCOPI) utandirp in Invited. •^.-W/Fstodlf, J^n.WiiiLAW] secretary. :r ,i ^•WVr •tin ••jgsnSS*:,'"*" ,0nitn «...ii...«« 10:11* •Map t:0*aS 7|g« •as* :«««*I. Mww*OtjBfl TbtktUw .•MMMNMQWnDMfelMHW iSSSnnv" .It00,tt Chas. |V- S -V« V.^AJSJ ta «*«tu oiJMAota Stt«*ei*»*oPce. Jgtea«aB» Manitoba yja.g«xoxAarau CBAS. B. SABSiB, II B» Pk^ieltnimd Bnrgeon. found it 1' •11 jottri Wb^oot vroteMioS^lr «W«1 W« °«c«. KtoM^TOyU3T«.d at hU reel denoe bn Cavllee* itreet at nl|hV PBKBX9TA, JHOBTB DAKOTA J. P. BEBNKAM, P. I». 9 jUiUrt'X'lM'J. [LAW, w. k. xtslaMi liOfcvJki.-p. XT. Host* erer lirt ui thiid-ICoiidaj of ttaa Montk. w.w. f*L%, ':v:"AJ-^. aiiith, ^Baoordar... ,- W. i%taaOa«api3a77v UL.. XaataTary Second and Mnrth Monday. VI ftifng neighbors cordially invited. W. B. CoAft *t OUttJ I- A.:, v. c: HMta erery SMond aid *$**$. WadneedaV Mae. F. M. Kim, Maa.C.B. HIUII, O. of H. Reeordar. ,t.. MMta every Virat and Third Tuesday of the Month. W. W. VBLBOM, .I! J. D. WtMhkw, Beeretary. Chief. XatiMdiafe- Xpiaoopal Ohnroh. SoNDAY 8KRVICK8:—Epworth LeaRne 11 a. m. Sunday Sobool a. Junior Bparorth League 4 p. m. PieachlnxTSBOp. to. every Bon VSATBB TflO durintr fall and winter fcomea of member* and friend*. MEETING each Ttuadav evening at to oe held in the Jons G. DIMOW, Pastor. Oraoo GhuA, fimUat. EvBBY SUNDAY—School 18 o'clock. Evan aong aad Sermon 7d0 p. a.. Choir Practice Fri day evening* at 7:80. W.WATBON, Rector. St Vincent. New LIVERY AND FEED STABLE Back of the Merchants Bank, Pembina. Best- of care, and feed guaran teed, at reasonable rates, Horaes boarded by the week or month. Olve me a call when you come to town. CHAS. O'HARA. Mak ibr a trip to Muntwiir.^ R. H. We^ka sold his larm on the eaafc ride of«hirttmsM|K''' Mr. amH^G^e Hdef oC J»ratt fiaad'visited.l^fndii ttenilMti^db fair Pevaafr' p«rfrhM»d frpaa John iTayldr o^JtHiettel.tlie Grui^lDiikeatat- liem. Jos. E. Argue a^ hride of Dauphin, Mao,, aire^tingivith Mh Aifue'apar -v •. Bd^^i^e4udedv Seeding is advancing fast and it the windier V^vorabie tiiis week some of our farmer^ will have completed their wheat A petition has4been circulated through here, askinjgjthe' county comnUsrioners to build or cause to be built a bridge across what is known as the Weeks ravine. Their has been no trouble to get signers as this is replly a necessity. The Beat in the World We believe Chamberls^u's Cough Remedy is the best in the world, A few weeks tago.we HeaaaL John Thordason, Jr., was down from Nash and speat Sunday with his parents. C. H. Haljson was out to his Angora goat farm last Sunday and reported the kids doing well Col. J. J. Brady and C. W. Clow were out hunting last Monday and report hav ing shpt five geese. Geisle Goodman has accepted a posi tion in„Wm. Conlan's store. It will do you tjjood, ^o^step in, and^^seehim selling groceries withr a sbalet BOBN—To Mr. and Mrs. Ellis TLOT? waldson of Mountain, twins, a jio^and Ellf3|y^l^Sding out the cigars to every body two at'a time. ^|he republicans*hj£ld & caucus last Sat urday drid elii^cted Hon j6hnThordai«n and A. O. Anderson to represent them at Batligateatthe county conventionl .The D. of H. held a special meetiug last Monday evening. ^twas decided to have the bachelors of Hensel under the auspices of the D. of H. The boys pro mise to do the thing right. Mr. John Wilker has moved into the Albion hotel. He has. furnished it in first class style and will be able to accommo date the public in about a week. Give him a.trial when in town.. In almost every neighborhood there is some one? wfcbselife has been saved bv Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarr hoea Remedy, tor who has been cured of chronic diarrnOea by the use. of that medicine. Suctf persorts make a point of telling of it whenever opportunity ofiers, hoping that it may be die means of saving other lives. For sale by T. R. Shaw, druggist. 39-42 St. Thomas. V- George Beemer, the new chief of police. is doing good work improving tire streets and Sidewalks, JHe will make an efficient oftcer. A. P. Buchuian has returned from Glass Reef add is devoting his energies tQ.^be machine. |9suies8. All are glad to see Alex'in the city. The new aldermen elected to fill the placer of the retiring members of the council are John Larson, T. A. Miller and Dr. A. Stewart. The administration is still dry*:-j Duncatt Mansel.has finished seeding Wlieat and will soon have ail of hte large farm east of towti sown, after whidt he anil go to Manitoba to seed a section or W&Ch&m U$j*iU fro Wiflwfcltou the con tract to wect 1 guide potts in Carlisle HasssSte? .J--.'' David-Mc^eniu^ topk a run ap to fennin^ hiterMtsthere. David McC^iinibn leased a section bf land and ateb bought a feath of hones from £. A. Eastman. "& H. Eastanan" pwchued' 'a qiiaiier sectiq Of land ojie mile straights ea^t of his ls^tn/inWuth Gbtiislt^ •1 4 W^(ft|j^e toldfe^ruy up -ftomBfin neapolis last week. \Vess has sdld out HIS GROC^'.JBJISIIL^'IN TTATD^R. J*r «ster,ii».Joh* *r. P. Cox and Tamily. Irom Canada, has helght'the homestead in Tyner aftdisbusy moving out Mr. aad Mrs. Geo. Newton left Is* Thursd^jr for Onq|pMV where they haye boagbt' lO acres of vfroit form., lir. Newiovt hai a soli, living in. that eountry. James Page of Haunifton bought three quaitersecddnsof Jmdnear Joliette, one from Peter Gislason, and the other two from Ike Foster. -Mr.'Page is going into 1 4 jAn Houston'sd welluig and contents burned to the ground Saturday-after noon. Mrs Houston had just started down-town rwben the atorai -was given.. The origin of the fire is a n&ystery. Loss, «ooo, no insurance. Miss Lizzie Bennett died at the home pt her. brothe^ iri Tyner Sunday. She Itad been ailing for about two months She leaves four brothers and'.two sisters mourn her loss Mrs. Dr. Sutton* who was a resident of this county in earl days, "was a sister of the deceased. A young son of George' Hertleib put on his father's vest Saturday afternoon and started to'do the town. The first thing he found was Some matches and proceeded to burn out X«ewis Peavey^s livery bam. Timely assistance prevent* ed a fire, To Our a LaOftippe In 5P"5e»il suifeied witii a severe bold and a troubljesome cough, and hav ing read their advertisements in our own and other papers we purchased a bottle to see if it would affect us. It cured us before the bottle was hali used. It is the best medicine out for colds and coughs.:--The Herald, Andersonville, Ind. For sale at T. R. Shaw's. 39-42 in 24 Honsr, No remedy equals WARNER'S WHITE WINE OF TAR SYRUP for this terrible and fatal disease. If taken thoroughly and wi" -ur®a case in 24 hojirs, and for the cough that follows LaGrippg it never fails tb give relief. Price, Sac and 50c. At T. R. Shad's. 4 Tonfua Km. Mrs. L. Webb is able to be .out again. Mrs. Watson is rapidly recovering from her severe illness. J. McEwen has been on the sick list for a few days. Miss Hattie Angier has engaged to teach a school near Minot The roads are good once more. We noticed several cycliste out on Sunday. The farmers are all busy: seeding be came general about the 7th of April Miss E. Hodgson is spending a few days in Glasston visiting friends. AN EFFECT OF LIGHTNING. IWmatrf a Pair of Brea That Wcn Urge amiBriskt. Through the brotherhood of affliction that comes' from .wearii^: gtafpes ift ene 'of rthelr- imrtour forms a poplar ..eflicla! of the Qapld .Traqslt. company m, ^,:^T«^atlbn.,th«,other .^ay of a curloua reason why,, he wore presertpi t} tlon help? to eye«lght. "It was oecausc I was'Struck by lightning," he sold, "it Ursa when I was In my teens. 1 sat between an open Window and an open door and there was a flash: The last I can remember Is a sense of having an envelope of light, around me. 1 was picked up insensible and those who first saw me say that smoke Issued from my mouth and nose. All thought I was dead, but I slowly recovered and soon aeemed to be as well as before the heavenly visitation. "The serious effects of the shock, however, developed In my eyes. Their largeness and brilliancy had been often commended on by my friends, but these more or less desirable features had been destroyed by the electric fluid. The pupils and the Irises con tracted and I found a great difficulty In my vision. An expert oculist exam ined the eyes and gave some scientific name to the difficulty. Thafs another story. I only know that 1 can See and atn.glad to be alive. "One effect remains, however, that is rathercurlous. Most people who have •been struck by lightning are fearful of being struck again. Not ao with me. I'm not nervous even in the height of an electrical storm, but I confess I'm sot anxious to alt in a room at audi a time where there are two openings Into the disturbance. That would be Invit ing destruction."—Brooklyn Bag-le. Mwtfa. "Every man ahould learn to say *DO,' she said, for She was a strong minded young woman and had wen de fined views 00 the temperance ques tion. "Many a young man has been rained because of his- Inability to say W "Aad every woman," be returned, "should learn to aay 'yes Many -a young man of excellent promlae haa been brought to that eondltlon of mind where he Is disinclined to say *no* ow ing to the dlalncllnatlon of some girl to say *yes/ Let us, therefore, en deavor to correct our owa fulte. Be fore Baking na to say W you should learn to say *yea.'" Aftera few minutes given to the ©MK slderatlon of the question she eonfeas ed her ability to say "yes." It la just as well to hang on to a young man who la smart enough to make such ftl laclous argumants sound plaualUe. Cblcago Poet hwi bin IMWII (0 gtin by t*ii* an wine* of SCOTTS EMUL SION. It slivnjc, balH dien the ounce produee» me pounds ft iccms to staK the ditfestive machinery going prop tity, so that the patient able to digest and absorb hb ordinary food, nvhkh lie could not do be fore, and that is the way the gain fs made. A certain amount of flesh necessary for health) if you have jriot got it you can get it by taking Yqa will find it Insft as UMM hi summer •s In winter, and it yo« si« thriviBg opon don't stop bcoHiw (he weather wann. JOC. and|i.ao, all drvggltta. SCOTT BOWNE, QwmliU, N«w Yodk. Aa Mianlat Pmf»y. A factor writes from Honlton, Bug IMS, to The Spectator to record an In ef a very high order of lntelU ln aa, animal, of a power of rea- I as distinct from any acquired Instinct: 1 have a bullpup. aged 10 months. Id a bulldog 4 years old, both of whieh live la the house and are great pals. A short thne ago wife was aoid, though the oMar dog owing to Ms qulet and sedate way, waa allowed Is eater bar room, the puppy was nev er admitted. The ansae eould always hO which dog waa at the door, because the elder dog gave one. alngla and gen tte acrateh and then. remained quiet ^hlli the puppy scratched violently sad frequootly Sad whined. The puppy aQjparaatly eould not understand why she was not admitted, and felt her ex dualiai seraiy. "Oae day she acratcbed furiously aa usual. No notice was taken. Preaent ly she waa heard going flop-flop down stairs. In a few minutes the single gentle scratch of the .pld dog was heard, the door was opened, and there were both dogs, and, strange to. say, from that time the puppy so imitated the scratch.- of -the othor dog that it wsp impufwlble to. tell which wan at ,,^»e. ioor. L"ii(l«t btedJjr the puppy wrut aii«l »sVert tiu». olVi ^log" to show h«»r h^w.^iie. 'jiTiititu! atliu^tfro'i:. liiw- '61*9 v&itiatvKjtlais tin* fiict?" PEflBINA PULL SUPPLY OF Building Material ADAMANT, the best plaster on earth. Llme^ 5and, Brick and Cement. Free-delivery of Lumber to all parts of the city. E. M. NIXON. Flour and Feed Store. The undersigned desires to call the attention ot the tarmers and people in genera] to the he is now prepared to sapplv all with Floor and Feed of ail ki TJ ee ee ee ee ee ee 44 TT ee 44 ee 44 ee 4 4 eo 44 ee 44 ee 4 4 ee 44 ee 44 ee fact that nds WHEAT, OATS AND BAtti JBV Taken in exchange, or for cash, Kt the highest market price ^toi-e on corner Stuta man and Second streets Pembina. FRANK FELDMAN, Succesor to H. C.JFeldman. it 44 ee 44 ee PMnric'or L.a4f$s* Skirts Dresses and Waists. s* Vv Come and get one of those .v. very PRETTY TIES FOR ,»v4 %\i° All made in the newest r-'wru,. styles and shades. Spring and Summer under wear in all prices and grades. We have received a large assortment of ladies' Jackets and Capes* |We havefjust received an other supply of Dress rtus lins in very pretty patterns. EASTER SUNDAY. Our Carpet department is sup plied with a very nice assortment and at low prices. CHAS. EASTER FULL'S, Cheap Cash •'.r J?#****eeeeeeeeeeieeoeeeee mm w^.<p></p>GRAND •. ~wm— II Spring Millinery Goods, Mrs. O'Hara respectfully invites the presence of the ladies of Pembina and St, Vincent and vicinity to the grand opening of millinery goods Tuesday and Wednesday, 11 nth and nth innn nth and 12th, 1900. At Her Rooms on Cavileer Street, Pembina, The goods Have been selected in person from the Twin City and Chicago markets, and will be the largest, finest and most beautiful variety ever shown in Pembina, and yirill include all the latest styles and novelties in spring hats, bonnets, rib bons, etc. All ladies requested to call whether wishing to purchase or not 141 P. S.—No cards of invitation issued this season. VJk 3* 7f* v'f 1 Store. «MBS. CHARLES It '"'I1 4%$ r'l sa 1 tt 44 44 •e 44 eo 44 April N D. -T -y- vtj M" Jss it it iT i: it iT ifefil O'HARA. it if WSKH1S ifcSdCS, Slaiters Nerves, Stlffeis Mils.