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tMMttoM OCetc4 Will Imb'sI
The Indian Congress will occupy more
space than any other Midway conces
sion. as there will be some 500 persons.
Including chiefs, squaws and papooses.
In the Village. It has a frontage of 440
feet on the Midway.
The assemblage of Indians will In
clude ma ay noted chiefs, and the pro
gramme of entertainments will be va
ried and exceptionally exciting. There
will be sham battler between *he Si"ux
and their allies
From the character of the exhibition*
«hoMn It can safely be ptomtaed for
the Pan-American Midway that there
will be more
an exposition ever
occasioned before. Bat though a little
jne side and the
Blackfe-t and their allies on the ^ther.
Before the hours of the battles bands
of nmnted Indians, in all the glory of
war p»lnt and feathers, will be seen
passing and repassing the spectators'
seats, chanting their war songs. The
drama that ensues will be a lifelike
representation of Indian fighting, the
programme Tollowlng closely the actual
methods and customs of the Indians
when going forth to do battle against
their enemies. Later on In the pro
gramme will cone the various Indian
dances. The San Carlos Apaches will
be seen In their Medicine Dance, In
which they weat their peculiar head
dress. Cjrn dances, ghost dances sad
dog feasts and all typical Indian cos
toms will be carried ont Joat as tbey
are performed by the Indians' of the
plains of the west today.
Mr. Gaines, who Is mftr gathering
material for this great exhibition
had 17 ycanr experience with
Indians and was at the
of Woonded Knav
Another western MitaM at tb»
will fee presented
the Mtd**y will be ffsrslwlls
.« Colorado cold
BtBSw lU»«a pl#|N
S the bHi «MMS ta aad artoad so* «el
who want ttuiNpoHi
this street than any
the best of men It must not be sup
posed that these Midway exhibitions
will be all nonsense. Far from it.
Many of them will be eminently edu
cational, without at all detracting fyn
their entertaining character. This will
be especially true of such exhibitions
as the Streets of Mexico, the Hawaiian
Volcano and Village, fhe Philippine
Village, the Japanese Village, Old Nu
remburg, the Beautiful Orient, the In
dian Congress, the unique concession
called Venice In America and several
others representing life,, in different
quarters of the globe and curious na
tive customs and institutions. The
same kind of education as is to be ob
tained through foreign travel will be
imparted by such exhibitions as these.
For instance, there Is Infinite Instruc
tion in contemplation of the wonders
nature, and when they are reproduced
so well as the Hawaiian Volcano,
which began its eruptions on the Pan
American Midway some time ago,
there is no better way one could spend
.time than in seeing such sights. The
great volcano of Kilauea has inspired
eloquent description by some of the
most brilliant of writers In both prose
and verse, and the lamented Robert
Louis Stevenson was powerfully moved
by Its strange phenomena and weird
but oftentimes beautiful aspect Ha
waii, though now a part of the United
States, is still a long way off for most
of us. and it is very fortunate the Pan
American management has provided a
way for us to see just how this volcano
appears without taking the long trip
half way across the Pacific, for other
wise the great majority of us would
never enjoy seeing a volcano.
The Pan-American concessionnaires
are resorting to every possible device
that can be conceived in order to carry
out their illusions and surprise and
mystify the visitor. For instance, one
is searching the globe to find queer
animals to put in his city of the moon,
which Exposition visitors will have an
opportunity To s?e by taking his Trip
to the Moon by the airship Luna.
One of the educational features of
the Pan-American Midway, and a fea
ture which is also highly artistic, is
Cleopatra's Temple, which Is being
prepared by Mr. Alonzo Lincoln, owner
of the famous painting called Trilby.
This concession is entirely a new Idea
and is sure to be regarded as a very
high class feature of this part of the
Pan-American. The building itself,
which is now nearly completed, is one
o? the most artistic structures on the
grounds and is destined to earn the
title of Gem of the Midway. In this
building will be the great paintings of
Ashley D. M. Cooper illustrating the
principal events In the life of Egypt's
great queen. Mr. Cooper receives $15,
000 for painting Cleopatra, which Is
less than be would have asked were it
not for the fact that "be was anxious
to have a great picture at the all-Amer
ica Exposition at Buffalo. He be
lieves that his latest work will surpass
anything which has yet come from bis
mtntng sta«s of CHidrada. ..
wbhUM toihi ftn-liMfktt
"MHr procramaNi ar beta*
iMiw Bttniu NbUfitr,
aad tbe taMtef fMrtaraae#
The premium well worth die
The N.Y. Tribune or The i'krmer orthe
32 paper premiums are sent free fori! in
For Rent The rooms over the Pio
neer Express office, lately occupied by
Dr. Brennan, suitable and convenient for
office or dressmaking parlors. ,, .,
Whoare laboring under the 'notion
that the late Minnesota legislature passed
a law requiring residents of North Da
kota to pay a license of $25.00 for fishmg
in Minnesota lakes, or else be fined for
so doing, are hereby notified that this
report is a mistake—the legislature
passed no such law, they did change the
date of commencement of. black bass
fishing season making it June ktjnstead
of May 15th.
Chas. S. Fee,
G. P. andT. A. N. P.
St. Paul, Minn.
It is well known that the Burlington
Route is selected by the goverhment,
and has been for many years, as the
route for its through mail service be
tween Chicago and Council Bluffs. The
overland mail and the through mails
from Europe across the continent to
Asia, are sent by the government over
the Burlington. This service is per
formed in special trains, but there is no
written contract for the service with the
government. It simply has selected and
retains what it considers the best, quick
est and safest route for its transcontin
ental mails nor is any subsidy paid.
The Burlington receives only the same
rates in force by general law for the car
riage of all mails in the country."—Rail
way Age, March 29, 1901.
"I have been suffering from dyspepsia
for the past twenty years and have been
unable after trying all preparations and
physicians, to get any relief. After tak
ing one bottle of Kodpl Dyspepsia Cure
I found relief and am now in better
health than I have been for twenty years.
I can not praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
too highly," thus writes Mrs. C. W.
Roberts, North Creek, Ark.
Pure Russian flax, blue stem
and fife wheat, pure white Rus
sian oats, manshury barley, rye,
speetz, early seed corn, millet,
timothy, clovers, bromms inermis, red
top, rape. Magill & Co,
Fargo Seed House,
Fargo, N. D.
Flour and Feed
The undersigned desires to call
the attention oi the farmers and
eople in general to the fact that
18 now prepared to supply all
with .Flour and Feed of all kinds
WHEAT, OATg AKD
Taken in exchange, or for"cash,
at the highest market price.
Store on corner Stuts uian and
Second streets Pembina.
Succesor to H, C. Feldman.
PULL SUPPLY OP
ADAMANT, the best plaster on
'Lime, Sand, Brick
Free delivery of Lumber to all
parts of the city.
E. M. NIXON.
taken and goods delivered
Mort notice. Orders can
IjMt' left at the Pioneer Bakery
|c« lfliVered to any
«f the city. 'M£
w/n FOWLER, Prop.
koto. DMMMd, wl|t Mil atprlvata to the
highMt bUdsr, forcask mty«K toconflnnition
or nM County Oout iki following
dMcribed Mod, to-wit: mQk ofMcfitafti Town
thliNOS Bang* 08in Hecha township Pembina
County, North Dakota. The undivided one half
interest in lot 15, Block 78, andin )oW10, 11,18.
Block 8 In Ooiomb'saddition to 8Anib Pembina.
And the undivided one half interest in tee tract
of land commencing at a point SOB feet west of
NE corner of NW^of 8W of section 9, town
•hip 188, Bange 51, running thenoe weaV1045 feet
In ttie line between the NW^ and SW* of said
section, thence south 809 feet on line parallel
with eastern boundary of said stction, running
thence east 1045 feet In a !|ne parallel with north
ern boundary of Bald section, running thence
north 809 feet to the place or beginning, and
containing 5 acres mere Or lesa.
The sale will be madeonor after the OOth day
of May A. I. 1901.
A'l bldB must be in writing, and may be left at
the place of business of Edward Piche in the
City or Pembina, N.U. ot delivered to the uu
Administrator of the Estate or Adeline Piche,
Dated April 18th, A. D. 1901.
Ef W. COMXY.
Report of tlir Condition of
The Merchants Batik oi Pembina
etPembin&in the State of North Daltota nt the
close of business April'Mm, 1901.'
AKRA.-T.101, CL 65.
Ne qr ne qr SB
Loans and disconnts,............. ....
Overdrafts secured and Unsecured
Rent ac-coupt,.........^...... ............
KevenUe stamps, U.S. bonds....
Banking house, rumiture and fix tares. 6.030 15
Due from other banks 6,959 45
Checks and other cash items 2.875 17
Cash... ........ 4,444 58 $13.779 20
Total ... J58,762 74
Capital stock paid in...__ $10.000 00
Undivided profits less
expenses and taxes paid 865 54
Individual deposits sub
ject to check $28,644 84
Demand certificates of
deposit 19,752 86
Total... $68,762 74
state of North Dakota. County of Pembina, ss.
I. H. C. Carr, cashier of the aboye named bank,
do solemnly swear that the above statement is
true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
H. C. Cabb, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th
day of May, 1901.
[Seal.l J. A. Wilkinh,
J. M. CmsHoLM,
Sotice When Time of Redemption Will
To J. D. Wallace and all others interested:
You are hereby notified that the following de
scribed lands and premises, to-wit: Lot one (1)
in Block Number Six (6) in Wallace Brothers'
rdditiou to the City of Drayton was^ heretofore
and on the seventh day of December A. D. 1897,
duly sold for tanes for the sum of One dollar and
thirty two cents.
That time when the redemption period will
exr ire for said lands is the twenty-second day of
July A. D. 1901, and that the amount required
to redeem said lands, exclusive of the costs
to accrtie upon this notice, is the sum of two
and 100 dollars. All of said lands being situ
ated in the Coyinty of Pembina, State of .North
If you fail to redeem tie same within ninety
days from the date of this notice, a Tax Deed
for the aforesaid land will be issued and deliver
ed to the holder ot the Tax Certificate.
Dated at Pembina, North Dakota, this S2nd
day of April A. D. 1901.
[seal.] Paul Williams,
Auditor of Pembina County, N. D.
This signature is on every box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets
the remedy (hat empires- a eoM In one Hay
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Nw qr He qr 17 /I
Sw or 16 ,V
N hi sw qr 28
S hi neqr S
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Scene ,f roitr Si^L|hay€|fof^lalel
I have several good farms for sale that are not listed here.f& I have
Plenty of money to loan at low rate of interest.
E bf nw qr 35
T. 162—R. OS
Sw qr 27
T. lfc-R. 61.
Nc qr 6
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PEMBINA, N. D.
I handCrescent, Sterling and
Tribune Bicycles, Wheeler & Wil
son and Singer Sewing riachines.
THERE ARE NONE BETTER.
I Repair any part of a bicycle,
from a broken frame to a punc
tue, and can furnish Extras for
Any Bicycle on the flarket.
I Always Have SNAPS
I E S
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NECHE.—T. 16»-R, 83.
Sw qr nw qr 19
T. 188, R.57.
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