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BA.THOA.TS, HOB.TH DAKOTA
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Bathgate and Pembina, W. Dalt-
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Resulftr meeting* second and fourth
Post
Commander.
ilstoA £ie4ce« S*
meetings la the erenlagt offiret and
tWrd^dVy?fey^ mo»th. .Visiting Brethren
In good etandlrp are Invited.
W. F*MOJi. WI»"*«r
Secretary, --vr:.:
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Meets every llrft and third Monday of the
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Meet every Second and Fourth Monday. VI
timr neighbor* cordially invited.
siting neigh1
W. Ki Coats- F. M.
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Meet* every Seoond andFbttrtta WedueedaY..
Mae. F. M. Kiko, Maa.
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Bftaua,
O. of H. Baeordar.
Meeta every First and T»lrd Taeeday of the
•oath.
W, W.
J.D. WUBJLW.
Chief.
XMaMdirt *piseo»al Charefc.
StWDAY 8KRVICMJCpworth League 11
ft. a. Stoaday Bohool is a. Junior Bpworth
Laafoa4p.a. Preaching740p. m.every Ban
pVaYEK MBXTIHO each Tueadar evening at
7:S0 dnrlnc fail and winter to be held in the
homes of member* and friends.
Johx O. MmUi Pastor.
ImiMm.
8UKDAY-9cbool If o'clock. Kven-
eong and Sermon 7:80.r. a.. Choir Practice Prl
day evening* at 7:80. W. WitioH, Sector.
St. Vincent.
PEMBINA
ROMBIKA.HOBTH DAKOTA.:'
peraonth. Addraas,
B. D.Bookbb,
Secretary
Ave. Shobt,
President.
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COUNTY NBWS/
... BiiMiL
Mist Vosper of Neche te visiting Miss
Bullock.
The Fargo republican delegation from
here report the convention a veritable
"love feasts
Last night Sheriff Farrow came down
and snaked off Charley Gammon oh an
indecent charge. A hearing will be viven
at Bathgate tomorrow. '_s
Frank Thordarson, who is pursuing a
couse of stifdy at Gustavus Adolphus
College of St Peter, Minnesota, arrived
homeon Sunday. Frank has the Ap
pointment as census enumerator for
Park and Crystal townships.
Death hiais come among us once again
and Fred Baney, whose home was five
miles east of town, in LodemsT, has been
suddenly called hence, in the prime of
life. Appendicitis was the causey and
death resulted after an operation had
been performed, which had been too
long delayed. Fred Baney was among
the earliest settlers of this township and
was well and favorably known, was a
prosperous farmer and at intervals held
several township offices, the last two
years being a member of the board ol
supervisors. His untimely death leaves
a vacancy on the board. The very large
funeral fully indicated the esteem and
love borne for deceased, and his body
was tenderly laid away in close prox
imity to that of the late Jacob Griaber.
Very much sympathy is felt and ex
pressed for the widow and fatherless
children, also for the father and brothers
of deceased.
There is always some fad on top now
it's trapping pocket gophers. They
never have been so numerous as at pres
ent, and are doing an immense amount
of damage, working almost entirely
among seeded land. Farmers can be
seen going home with dozens of traps,
individually, and many hundred gophers
have innocently "put their foot in it" and
ceased to .exist. Fred Ganssle has en
tirely cleaned them out of three quarter
sections. Gordon Husband caught over
forty on one quarter section and has in
vaded another quarter with his traps and
transport, intending to outflank this
ruthless enemy of' the farmer. Every
farmer in this county and every county
should wage an unceasing war against
the army of pocket gophers which has
increased so rapidly and causing such
immense loss to farmers. This latest
pest, if not overcome, will ultimately
ruin both the farm and the farmer—trusts,
imperialism and militiarism to the con
trary.
A Thousand. Tonguea
Could not express the rapture of An
nie B. Springer, of 1125 Howard st.,
Phita&lpltiii fiTj.wlien she found' that'
Dr. King's Mew Discovery for Consump
tion had completely cured her of a hack
ing cough that for many years had made
life a burden. All other remedies and
doctors could give her no help, but she
says of this Royal curer-"it soon remov
ed the pain in my chest and I can now
sleep soundly, something I can scarcely
remember doing before. I feel like
sounding its praise throughout the Uni
verse." So mil everyone who tries Dr.
King's New Discovery for any trouble of
the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50
cents and $1, Trial bottles free at T. R.
Shaw's Drug Store every bottle guanui
teed.
Bathgate.
Robinson returned home
Mrs. I. B.
last week.
Robt. Brown is home again and says
Bathgate is all right
Helen Holmes is suffering from a slight
attack of scarlet fever.
A number of our townspeople drove to
Walhalla on Sunday last.
Mrs. D. H. MacLean returned to her
horae on Saturday last
Wm. Buttree of Grand Forks Sun
dayed with friends in town.
Ernest Purdy and Mr. Brouillet drove
over to Joliette on Sunday last
Mrs. Alex. Morrison is rapidly recover
ing from her recent severe illness.'
The delegates arrived home salely the
latter part of last week and were looking
—a'right.
Miss Alice Wilson, Cavalier's favorite
school ma'am, spent Sunday with her
relatives near town.
Bathgate has another small'pox icai^.
This time it is Chas. DeForge, who con
tracted the disease while at Olga on busi
ness.
Mr. Richer has hauled to
£1 *1
4
To-night, Tuesday, will witness a
splendid farewell reception to Miss Bul
lock, who Iwves soon for Ontario.
Sithe
I. H.
Harris elevator, during the week, 1,000
bushels of wheat from his farm north
east of town.!
Mr. and Mrs. D. Nevins of St' THonias
buried their litt'.e daughter, aged 5 years
and 5 months, from the'R. C. church of
this place on Friday- last
"j V?
If troubled with rheumatism, give
Chamberliun's Pain-Balm atrial. It will
not cost you a ceht if it does no good.
One application will relieve the pain. It
flso cures sprains and bruises in one
third the time required by any other
treatment? Cuts, burns, frostbites, quin
sey, ppins in th$ side and, cbest, glandu
lar and others wettings are quickly cured
by apply irig it Every bottle warranted.
R.Shaw,
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n»Ubm. •s&w.
Mr* A. J. G"uvi'(ll has been: quite id
the past few weeks.
j. Mountain attended divine serving tt
Backoo Sunday morning.
Neil Mcfiwen camfe down from Lang
don last week lb visit his parents.
Mrs. E. A. Nevers and Mrs. Webb, of
Cavalier, were visiting the Hodgsons,
Friday.
W. .Blizzard, Rubt. McFarland and
Frank Gtbney were visiting friends near
Bathgate on Sunday,
Quite a number of our young people
wheeled over to Tyner Sunday after
noofi to attend church.
Mrs. Watson and son, Ernest, of Bath
gate have been visiting her sons Louis
and Norman Watson, during the past
week.
Mrs, H. Wohlnic, Miss A. Wilson, Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Wilson and Miss Lord
attended services in the Tongue River
church on Sunday.
Will McFarland,. while climbing up
out of a well Saturday, dislocated his
shoulder. Will has had the same acci
dent several times before.
\V. Shuttleworth returned last week
from Manitoba where he had been in
search of land.. We undersand that Mr.
Shuttleworth will locate near LaSalle.
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident, ol which r.
Jol
Oliver of Philadelphia, was the subject,
is narrated by him as follows: "I was in
a most dreadful condition, sk'n was
almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
coated, pain continually in back and
sides, no appeiite—gradually growing
weaker day by day. Three physicians
had given me up, fortunately, a friend
advised trying 'Electric Bitters and to
tny 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.
County Condensations.
Crystal Call.
H. C. Carr visited here, and bought a
new, rubber-tired buggy from Mcintosh
and went to the Democratic convention.
•_ Rev. E. C. McLean has resigned
Irom the pastorate of the Baptist church,
Edinburgh is rapidly rebuilding a
gain.......A fair association was organ'
ized and $4000 in slock subscribed There
will be no fair held this year but arrange
ments perfected for a big one next sea
son.
Neche Chronotype.
Editorially, the Chronotpe nominates
Mftrshall Jackson, of Neche, for sheriff...
Fred Volrctth has emigrated to Rossitor
Man.
Drayton Boho. /C.—•
Miss M. McGiiiere, of the grammar de
partment, has engaged to teach in St.
Thomas ..The brick yard has anew
well'165 feet deep with a flow of 50 bar
rels a day G. G. Candee, N, P.
pump operator moves to Drayton from
Fertile.
Frightful Blunder.
Will often cause a horrible burn, scald,
cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
the best in the world, will kill the pain
and promptly heal it Cures oh} sores,
fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons, corns,
all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
earth. Onlv25cabox. Cureguaranteeed.
Sold by T. R. Shaw, druggist......
Council Prooeedinjara.
Pembina, N. D., May 21st, 1900.
Adjourned Meeting ofcity council.
Present, Aldermen King, Price, Shaw,
Feldman and Short.
Alderman Short in the chair.
'The ioliowing'bills were audited and
allowed:
Gep. Corneil sign for cemetery.3 00
Geo. Parker work on streets 10 50
Thos. Granbois do ...... 12 00
Frank Hall A do ...... 7 50
An ordinance entitled An .ordinance
for the assessment and levy of poll tax
for the year 1900" was read the second
time.
On motion the ordinance was amended
to read "for the vear,1900 and for each
successive year" and was passed..as
amended by the following vote:
Yeas, Messrs. King, Price, Feldman,
Shaw and Short Nays, none.
The.marshal was instructed to enforce
the herd law strictly and to look after
certain manure piles and order them re
moved. Adjourned,
.drug store.
F. A. Wardwbll,
*_/•*,, Auditior.
The ancients believed that rheumatism
was the work ofa demon within a man.
Any one who has had an attack of sciatic
or inflamatory rheumatism will agree that
the infliction is demoniac enough to war
rant the belief.. It has never been claimed
that Chamberlain's Pain Balm would cast
out demons, but it will cure rheumatism,
and hundreds bear testimony to the truth
of this statement One application re*
lieves the^pain, and this quick relief
which it affords is- alone worth many
times its cost. For sale by T. R. Shaw,
Druggist 4346
A
Consumption Outo-Warbk's Whitx
WinbopTab Syhui^ the beat cougb
remedy on earth, cures a cold to one day
if taken i^i time. S5a|d50«
%W
Hi
Docs the
If not, something must be
wrong with its food. If the
mother's milk doesn't nour*'
ish it, she needs SCOTT'S
EMULSION. It supplies the
dements of fat required for.
the baby. If baby is not
nourished by ib artificial'
food, then jt requires
Half a teaspoonful three
or four times a day in ib I
bottle will have the desired 4:
effect It seems to have a
magical effect upon babies
and children. A fifty-cent
bottle will prove the truth
of our statemenb.
Should be taken la summer as V*
well as winter.
$ac. and St.oo, all druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE, ChemUti New'
4.1
York. I,
An Ordinanoe
For the Assessment and Levy of Poll
Tax for the Year 1900 and Each
Successive Year.
Be it Ordained by the Cotincil of the
City of Pembina
That each and every male citizen be
tween the ages of twenty-one and fifty
years re siding within the limits of this
city shall be subject to and be assessed
a poll tax of one dollar and fifty cents
($1.50) for the year A. D.1900and for each
successive year, which tax shall he paid
in money or by one d.iy's labor on the
streets of the city upon demand and no
tice by the city marshal,
And said tax shall be collected in a
similar manner and the collections en
forced by the same penalties as pre
scribed by the statutes governing the
collection of poll tax in civil townships.
The foregoing ordinance passed its
first reading May 9th, 1900. Ayes,
Aldermen King, Price, Hart, Feldman
and Short. Nays, none.
The foregoing ordinance passed its
second reading May 21st, 1900. Ayes,
Aldermen King, Price, Feldman,
Shaw and Short.
Attest:
F. A. Wardwell, Approved:
Auditor. Judsow LaMourb,
Mayor.
H. W.Barkers Iro.n Compound makes
weak people strong. 50 cents at the
drugstore.
CORRECT
FOOTWEAR.
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Capacity aa& Comfort
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Fnmmd's
"Rick Prwf" Line
"OPT, TOvxal and BOYS.
Nothing Better Made in.Good Footwear.
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Fir Site iy ill WMi-i-vaki Bulirs.
-Ask your dealer for them.
Ci
Every pair Warranted by
CO.
MANUFACTURERS,
St, Paul, Minnesota.
United States Wao.
A Mpy of oar baadaeaM imam
in coin, poetU or exprnamooey order. We cannot
well naeipostac* atampa. CBO. P. LYMAN, G«o
/mni Puiwuir Agaat C., & N. X. K.. St Paul,
Minm.
Whenthe
mal accumulation of
ne isctse is
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nonnted oo a roller, wUl beaent to
aay addreae oo receipt of 11 ceati
LadiesfSkirts
Dresses arid
Waists.
ofgansfsil to cany off the waste material from the s'
matter which pdsons and clogs the blood, and it
xma poinpn is amm ihnmgh th* wiml ijmi|«rian^«ll
the skin sufsee there is a redness ana eruption, and by eerts
Tetter, Acne. Salt Rheum, Psoriasis, Srysipelas and many other
While the Skin is the seat of irritation, the teal disease is in the blood. Mediested lotions and
powders may allay the itching and burning, bat never cure, no natter how long and faithfully
continued, and the condition is often aggravated and akin permanently injured by
sui
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All made in the newest
styles and shades.
1 Springjand Summer under
wear in all prices and grades.
Come and get one of those
very
PRETTY TIES3FOR
11 Wall' Paper,
Paint,
IS
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r« P0**1^ «*«•. not only do not cue akin diseaaea, but aoea nnn the digeatioa
S. 8. a, nature's own remedy, xude ef roots, herba and barka, of great purifying and toniod properties, qidckly and
effertaally cues Wood ud akin tmobtes, becaase it goes direct to the root of the diaeaae and atitoulatn and KStnrea
bewthv action to the different ocgans, cleanaes and enrichea the blood, and thus relieves the system of all
8. S. P. cores pennanrntly becaase it leavta none of the original noiana to refer meut in the Mood and
Healthy
so much
toy no other medicine
o.& &contains no
wm&'J: mi* 'Ma
We have received a large
assortment of
Ladies'Jackets
and Capes.
We have just received an
other supply of Dre^ ilus
lins in very pretty patterns.
EASTER SUNDAY.
Our Carpet^department is sup
plied with- a very nice assortment
and at low prices
CHAS. FULL'S,
Cheap Cash Store.
THE DRUG STORE.:!
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