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This bthe best premium offer we have
erer made or ever heard of. We will
•end your ALL of the following papers
lor the time following each name, for
nothing. All that is necessary is to pay
your subscription to the PIONEER EX
PRESS
one year in advance and ask for
the list or as many as you desire. It is
ft big offer. There are some excellent
--'I papers and magazines in the list and all
worth having. You will have all the
reading for yourself and family that you
can use this winter. Send in the sub
scriptions. Tell your neighbors. Here
are the papers:
People's Popular Monthly, 1 year
Practical Dairyman, 6 months
The Mechanician, 3 months
Dietetic and Hygienic Gazette, 3 months
The Western Swine Breeder, 3 months
The Farmer's Voice, 3 months
The Indianapolis Sentinel, 3 months
Gunnel's Monthly, 3 months
American Illustrated, 3 months
The Farm Magazine, 3 months
The Fanciers' Review, 3 mouths
Farmers and Planters' Guide, 3 months
Farm, Stock and Home, 3 months
Skordemannen, 3 months
Sunday Magazine, 3 months
Vick's Illustrated Magazine, 3 months
Up-to-Date Farming and Gardening, 3
The Western Fruit Grower, 3 months
Successful Farmer, 3 months
"A Few Hens," 3 months
American Family journal. 3 months
Woman's Farm Journal, 3 months
The Western Teacher, 3 months
The Nonconformist, 3 months
Child-Garden, 3 months
De Lestry's Western Magazine 3 mos
Health Culture, 3 months
Poultry Chum, 3 months
School and Home Education, 3 months
Iowa Odd Fellow, 3 months
Fruit Growers' Journal, 3 months
Nebraska Dairvman. 3 months.
Cheap Kates to Montanna, Wash
ington and Oregon via the
Northern Paoiflo.
You can buy tickets to Helena and
Butte via the {Northern Pacific Railway
for 820 one way and round trip or
to Spokane, Tacoma or Seattle, Wash.,
and to Portland, Ore., for 125 ope way
and $10 round trip. Correspondingly
low rates are made to other western
po I' .ets ir- vile on Nov. 6,
13, 21 Mid 27h. Oil on your loaii
ago.i ol ili.. Northern P.ici Railway
for information and tickets. One way
tickets are goo tor continuous passage
round trip tickets are good for stop-over
going. CHAS. S. FEE.
19-22 'St. Vincent.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers are the
best liver pills ever mde. Easy to take
and never gripe.
When you want prompt acting litile
pills that never gripe Use DeWitt's Litile
Early Risers.
Dr. T. J. Tipper of Grand Forks In
formory of Osteopathy will be at the
Winchester House on Mondays, Wed
nesdays and Fridays of each week, be
ginning Monday, Oct. 15th, 1 34
Consumption Core—WARBR'S WHITE
WINE
OF
TAR SYKUP, the best cough
remedy oh earth, cures a cold in one day
if taken in time. 25 and 50 cts., at the
drug store.
Voloanio Eruptions.
Are g.and, but Skin Eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, cures
them, also old Running and Fever Sores,
,,-Ulcers, Bo-''-, Felons, Coins, Warts
Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains. Bert Pile Cure on
earth. Drives out pains and aches. On
ly SScts. a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold
by T. R. Shaw, druggist. 6
You cannot afford to risk your life by
allowing a cough or cold to develop into
pneumonia or consumption. One Minute*
Cough Cure will cure throat and lung
troubles quicker than any other prepara
tion known.. Many doctors use it as
specific lor gripp. It is an intalfole reme
dy for croup. Children like it and moth
ers endorse it.
Forty dollars will buy an excursion
ticket to any Canadiah point as far east
as Montreal. Excursions from Dec. 3rd
to 31st, inclusive. Tickets, good for 3
months. For further information apply
to local agent or Chas. Fee, G.T.&P.A.
N.'P. fL, St. Paul.
I Hprnarolfa lion. Nerve. •.
Wae the result of his splendid health.
Indomitable will and tremendous energy
are not found where Stomach, Liver,
Kidney# and Bowels are out of order.
If yoa want these qualities and the (K
tbe? bHflfc. weDr, King's New LMe
PUs. They develop every power of
9ku at ,T. R.
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G.P. & T.A., N.P.R.
Si. Paul, Minn.
LOCAL WANTS.
To Cure a Cold in one Day.
Take Warner's White Wine of Tar
Syrup, the best cough remedy on earth.
25 and 50 cents, T. R. Shaw, druggist.
In sending forth your "kidi" to school,
Your object first and last a rule
To purchase goods without a flaw
Don't buy cheap stuff just like a tool,
But get the BEST from—T. R. SHAW.
Strayed.
From my place, Sunday, Nov. 13, one
grey yearling colt with white face. Find
er notify, N.
D.
MCCULLOCH,
Pembina,
Apples in barrels, delivered in Pem
bina for 13.50. Quality guaranteed.
Send postal, 'phone or call on,
GREEN & RUSSELL,
A WdcadlBg Motto.
It may be more cheering to the con-
lets to read that than the old tlann
Ticts to read that than the old slogan,
'Abandon hope all ye who enter here,'
but it's a blasted lie on the face of it
at that, for I saw plenty of mountain
men wearing the stripes onee I got in
bide."—Cincinnati Enquirer.
grains Is destroyed by
and after the proper amount of coffee
aroma is added the berries are formed
and caused to maintain their shape by
some adhesive substance.
Flour and Feed
Store.
The undersigned desires to call
the attention ot the farmers and
eoplfc in genera] to the fact that
is now prepared to supply all
with Flour and Feed of all kinds
WHEAT, OATS AND BA Ri.fiv
Taken in exchange, or for cash,
at the highest market price.
Store on corner Stutsman and
Second streets Pembina.
FRANK FELDMAN,
Succesor to H, C. Feldman.
Proprietor.
MD BLOOD,
BAD COMPLEX!®
The skin is the scat of an almost
leas variety of diseaaea. The* are known
by various names, but are all due to tbe
same cause, acid and other poison• in
the blood that irritate and interfere with
the proper action of the skin.
Te have a MaooliK aoft akin, free from
all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure
and healthy. Tbe many preparations of
arsenic and potash and the large number
of face powders and lotions generally
used in this class of diseases cover up
for a short time, but cannot remove per.
manently the ugly blotches and the red,
disfiguring pimples.
flowiaf vlBtla0om tm tttm
•t kmmmUfmi mmmplmxlon
when such remedies are relied on.
Mr. H. T. Shobe. *7«4 X.ticaa Areaoe. St. Lo»K
Mo., aajrs: Mr daughter was afflicted for year.
wfth a dUAgariog eruption on her face,
wbiel,
restated all treatment. She was taken to t«"
celebrated Iitatth spring.", but received do henr
fit. Many medicines were prescribed, hut wit
mtf until we decided to try 8.8.8., and 1-v
l.r time the first bottle waafiaianedtbeernutioii
jDletely
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"I was down in Charleston, W. Va.,
recently," said a business man, "look
ing after a contract, and I noticed a
funny thing.
"You know," he went on, "that the
motto on the great seal of West
Virginia is a Latin lingo something
•like 'Montana nil non est exto,' meau
in 'Mountaineers are always free.'
Well, air, they slap that state seal all
around their capital,
and as I was going
into the penitentiary I looked up and
saw it over the door. There it was
'Mountaineers are always free.' „,Br ,aJUibe
A doxen bottlea cured hei
began to disappear. ...
"etcly aad left her akin perfectly rmooth.
lio seventeen years old, and not
a sign oi
She is HOW it jm a um, luu urn.
Ba
the embarrassing disease ha* ever returned."
S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cure fo
the worst forms of skin troubles. It
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Full Information Cheerfully Furnished.
Notice of Hra rln* pt Petition*
STATE
OF
NORTH DAKOTA,
is
tbe greatest of all blood purifiers, and the
only one guaranteed purely vegetable.
Bad blood makes bad complexion s.
purifies and invigo-
rates tlie old and
makes new, rich bit**!
that nourinhes the
body and keeps tli-
Hdii active and healUiy and in proper
Condition to perform its pait towarrl*
carrying o8 the impurities from the body.
If yewihave Beama, Tetter, Acne, SMVI
jRhetan, Psoriaaia, or jreor akin ia rongti
aMit pimply, aend for oar book on Blootl
sad Skin Diseases aad write our pbrM
dans about yoar case. No eharge wnat
lee.
MMnrvnuniblb
I Coanty Cour*.
Coonty of Pembina*
In (he matter of the nopiicaiton of Edward F.
Koehler for druggist's license ,0 ee!l lutozicaiini!
I quors:
NoiJce is hereby given, lhat 1, the undersigned.
ve presented a petti loo to the Com ty Couri of
1 rijina County, North Dakotn. nciking for
j.'ie''Hermit to reiMatoxicV'ng liquor at
n.' place ot business, in the town of Cavalier
iu ol Pembina, state of North Uukota.Under
provision of an aci entitled, "An act to
tcril)epeHeities tor the unlnwful mvnnfacttire
I rt BTIn Iff nimr In* ou lu 11
td
e, and kr aping for sale intoxicating liquors'
regulate (be sale, barter and giving awav
tch liquor* of medicinal. scientiOc and
i!' 'iianicai purposes," approved December 191.
that tte JuilRe ol raid court
baa
oar of 10
a.
D., 190. to hear said petition, at which vimeand
P]Rce persons interested are requested to be:
t"'et'eat-
Kotte« and Citation HearlnK of Pinal
Account and Oiatributlon of
Estate.
STATE or NORTH DAKOTA,
•osti. CoCeo Berriea. County ofPemb na.
Unroasted coffee berries are often! ^u»ckettbu,h
made from oat and rye flour and corn-' deceatd
of the
meaL The natural aroma of these Kstei'a Victoria Prond'ove, admiDisiru.. ii
igmt nmMMu I wilj annexed, petitioner, •*. MsLvie
some process, Prouoiove and ftoy Edward I'ioudloye, mwJb:
dents.
And yon, the aoove named respondents, and
each of yon, are hereby died and reoui ed .ben
and there to be and appear before taiscour.. aad
I show causa, if any you hive, wh" said accovi
ia I not be a'lowed, .oe restdre of 'he m'O
esta dis'.ribuied, the admiaia' a.loi of the sr'd
esta.e closed and said adm'nis rfx dlscha,"ed.
Da«ed pe 18th day of November, A. D. '9U0.
CoP£t*,.
V. QoacKXHaosB
fCono Coo* 8M).] of .iie Coun Court.
CITY
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DRAY LINE.
Contract for large lots
taken and goods delivered
on short notice. Orders can
be left at the Pioneer Bakery
Ice delivered to
of the City.
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any part
WM. FOWLER, Prop.
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enart
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December 3rd^to 3ist, 1900, inclusive.
fence:
vnnuini neiit||V IUs
5&VS
ful
6rea
deal
set the
pemJOI1.„of
wnicn ume anrt
m.. on 27th day December, A.
I
EDWARD F. KOHMR.
Applicant.1
can be
Semafceis
aoedift
in Couu Court.
of Prank Proudiove
The state of North Dakota !o tbe above named
respondents:
You, the said respondents, are hereby not'flea
that the final account or B3elia Vic'ori*
Proadlove. adminisi.*iriz with the will annexed
ot Frank Proudlove, late of .be town of Meche
in tie coanty of Pembina aid SUte of North
Dakota, deceased, has been rendeied (o this
con t. therein ohowing that he estate of the said
deceased is ready for anal se.tlement aad dis
tributor, and petitioning hat her account be
allowed, the residue of tie ia'd estate bo dis rl
buied *o the persons he.-eonto entliied, ber ad
miaisiration closed and sne be d'scbafed: *bat
Tuesday, the J8t"i day ot December, A. i., 1900,
a» 10 o'clock in the to-enoon of that day, rt toe
conrt rooms of th's court, in .be courthouse, Vi
tbe city of Pembina, county of Pembina,
State of North Dskota, has been dulv appoint ".d
by this eourt for the seti'e neat tbe.ei- at
wh'ci time and place aay person in.e.es ed in
said estate may apperr and file b's exceptions,
in writing, of said account and pei laoa aad con
test he same.
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Tickets Good Three Months.
To Points as bar East as Montreal
name than in
loud daims
forexoeKence1.'
Thatbwhy
I want the,
celebrated
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FOR
WOMEN.
PEMBINA
Baildins »d Loan AssaeMton.
PKMiMNA-NORTB DAKOTA.
Moner ioande on good Ke? lEataUSecor'.tjanr
Wi-». yoa piyforren. win
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_« a iMeorti,
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Noome-p* iiaaat* tew
4 |BVU
'ui.uujt il'm years von
WDiwii flw.y, Oui*oo a c/oo int'u aj
perutoiiii.
"-n""**" Ave HOBT,
"•'.•cre-i'f ,, i'r..••!»•»(
P^riBINA
FULL SUPPLY OP
Building Material
ADAMANT the best plaster on
earth.
Lime,
5and, Brick and Cement.
Free delivery of Lumber to all
parts ot the city,
B. HI* NIXON
CHAS. S. FEE,
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I Oiirrurnitureallmw
jy nl
And oi the l&tssi styles,
xtTUi^ i7_ We can supply you with a Bed Room Set in Golden Oak or
White Enamel, elegant Dining R.iom Tables and Chairs of every de
scription. including Children's rockers, etc. We handle a Sewinjr Mr
rirhn«f ^,f?OUg
for
li?e
P°orestL P°cket good enough lor the
richest. Our lamps are dreams of beauty. Call and see them
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We carry a complete line of Harnes, light
and heavy, Our Undertaking department is
complete in every detail.
WEEN & RUSSELL, St. Vincent, Minn.
PEMBINA TONSORIAL PARLOR.
THE AMERICAN MONTHLY REVnnr
bthao* Important magadna In Ibe weddgM^lelli .plrtwi,
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lewnol Hsassfulnaps. We whfc to id^lhh actfvs agents In evsrr
w' towniblp In the ecmakf* will pay UbctaOy far east* I
fdc sllort intbsnrfwrrlptleu flsld.' LeisuiemomentscAake«tilind
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:rm locality the« R^vkw el
coplss,aad wodkb^iaiili, 'iWi
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