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il PAYLOR—EDKINS—At the iRectory, St. Vincent, on Wednesday, December 4 1901, by Rev. W. Watson, rector of Christ Church, Gordon Taylor, Esq., to Mrs. Lucy Edkins, all of St. Vincent. Manriajje Licenses Albert Ganssle to Miss Margaret Gar nett, St. Thomas. Wm. Robbins to Margaret Hunt, K' Drayton, Nelson Chapman to Annie L. Peppard, Drayton. Gudmunder M. Bjarnson to gHelda Bjornson, Hallson.^ Robert Johnson to Ethel M. Ferrie, Hamilton. Louis Daniels to Zani Karp, St. Thomas. ii Wm, Beaudrie to Malvina Gregory, Leyden. If School Notes. School closes Friday for two weeks vacation. Miss Christopher will spend the holi days in this city. All the teachers except Miss Townsend expect to be here to begin work at the beginning of next term. The average attendance for the term has been as follows Primary room. 70 intermediate 65 grammar 65 high school 37. Total 237. N There are some fifteen non-resident pupils, ot whom ten attend the high school, which shows the attraction of a good high school for scholars from the rural districts. Miss Carlson goes to "St. Paul, and Miss Moran.to Mantorville, Minn., where they will spend Christmas in their respec tive horrtes, and we hope they will have a pleasant visit. Miss Townsend of the primary room goes to her home in Minneapolis and will not return again £as she has resigned much to the regret of the little ones and their parents. Prof. Keenan and family will goto Grand Forks after Christmas, where Mr. Keenan will attend the state educational meeting and Mrs. Keenan will visit with a sister who resides there. How to Cure Croup. Mr. R. Gray, who lives nearj Amenia, Duchess county, N.£Y., says "Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is jthe best medicine I have ever used. Itf'.is a fine children's remedy foi^'croup^and^nevei fails to cure." When given JasJ'soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has developed, it will prevent the attack® This 'should be borne in mind and|afibottle|of the Cough Remedy kept fat hand ready for instant use as soon as thesejjsymptoms appear. For sale by?R. T. Shaw. Damage Suits. Bosard & BosardjyesterdaySbeganjtwo suits in which C.$L. Spring, the Hamilton attorney, is the plaintiff, referred£to in yesterday's Herald,S^for $2,000 Qeach against Editor Frank A. Willsonjjof the Bathgate Pink Paper, and A.^E. Thack er, the Hamilton correspondent of that paper. It is not probable that£the|suits will come up for trial till-next June or July, as the December term of court is now being held by JudgeJKneeshaw, and there will not be anotherfjiuryjterm till next summer. The particular item that is citedjin the complaint appeared in the Pink Paper on the 6th of November, thoughjother items were published. The item quoted is as follows "It now develops that C. L. Spring, who so suddenly disappeared from Hamilton, and left for parts^unknown, is an embezzler to the extentjotj ,over $800, with more places to be heard from. If Mr. Spring could be found he would proDably be given a term in thejpeni tentiary. He was a villain of the deepest dye traveling in sheep'% clothing, like "Judius," he betrayed the trust inposed upon him and treated some of the unso phisticated natives in a most shabby manner."—G. F. Herald. The Great Northern excursions to Eastern Canada offer a splendid oppor tunity to see the marvels of shop windows in the Twin Cities, Chicago and Detroit,- during the holiday season. Don't miss it. See local agent for rates and information. It has been the opinion for many yean of those familiar with the oil fields of Pennsylvania that there is oil bearing under the surface in this vicinity. 3 This is to be tested in several placet along the river above Mandan and we will soon know the truth. The Wash burn road is putting down a well near Roosevelt station and it is reported that a Philadelphia syndicate is boring a hole on the west side of the river in Oliver icotraty. If in addition to coal the Slope devdopran oil field it will speedily be come the Mecca of the northwest.—Man dan Time*. If you would have an appetite likba bctfand a relish for your meals take Chamberlain's Stomach and Lfoer Tab jgjy They correct disorders of the Bnmarft and regulate. the liver and Pric* 25 cents. I* T. R. Shaw's drag stores LOCAL WANTS. Girl Wanted. A good girl who con cook, will find a good place at tf MRS. W. J. KNEKSHMV'S, For Rent. I The house formerly occupied by Ed ward Piche. Enquire of F. S. Cheney. s/w ^Hay By the ton or stack $3.00 per ton. RUDOLPH BUSCH, tf .J-' McArthur Station. A "Gunn" Won't go Cheap. For Sale. folding bed. Best made, off.'* Perfect condition. ••••. W. C. SHORT. Dentistry. Dr. Falloon, resident dentist of Pem bina, will be found at his office above the PIONEER EXPRESS from the 10th to the end of each month. 10tf House and Lot for Sale. A desirable residence. Inquire of QUACKENBUSH & HART. Only $40 for the round trip, during the Great Northern excursions, to Eastern Conada. Information. See agent for detailed Wanted. Wanted rente® for quarter sections farms, half section farms, and section farms. Apply to WARNER & ANDRUS, tf# Bowesmont, N. D. Now is the time to visit your old home in Canada. See agent, Great Railway, about excursion rates via. the Great Northern. Geo. W. Lane, Pewamo, Mich., writes: "Your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the best remedy for indigestion and stomach trouble that I have ever used. For years I suffered from dyspepsia, at times com pelling me to stay in bed ind causing me, untold agony. I am completely cured,1 cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. In recommending it to friends who-.^suffer from indigestion I always offer to pay for it if it fails. Thus far I have:never paid." Now is your opportunity to visit the Twin Cities, Chicago and Detroit, if you take advantage of the Great Nprthern excursion rates to Eastern Canada. It does'nt cost much See agent G. N. Ry. about rates etc. Tust what you have been waiting for— an opportunity to visit friends Jand relatives in Eastern Canada. These ex cursion tickets, via. the Great Northern are good for three months, with stop over privileges. See local agent. State Final Examination. All teachers having pupils reading for the Fitaal Examination in the Common School Subjects, are required to report names of such pupils, as the State Finals will be held on Dec. 19 and 20,1901, at such place as the County Supt lihay deem most convenient. W. J. ALEXANDER, 23-24 Co. Supt. of Schools. Teacher Wanted. Teacher wanted, with 2nd grade certi ficate for District No. 56, Welford state salary wanted 'and experience. Five month's term to begin ]an. 2nd. Appli cations to be in by Dec. 20th. Address A. BOURGEOIS, 23 Welford, N. D. Report of the Condition The Merchants Bank of Pembina at Pembina In the State of North Dakota at the close of business Dec. 10th, 1901. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts S Overdrafts secured and unsecured o84 93 Banking house, furniture and fixtures. 6,194 45 Cash and due from other banks 67,687 21 Total, Correct-Attest: J-M.^CHMHMJC. .Flour j^d,FAejd Store. IT W- Tli^!ntidei:8i^'#ed desires to call the attention Ot the tanner* and people in gwueral to tjit* tm-t that ne is now prepared to suppl\ all witb I'lour and Fued'of «ili kmi» WHEAT, OATS AND BA :.EV Taken in exchange, or for cash, at (he Highest market ,ru •"itiire on corner StiitH Miaiiand ^•eooiiiH 1-NMSI O!ti-. VR\\K FELDMAN, '/k-: Succesor to C. IVldiri&n. PtniiNA PULL SUPPLY OF Building Material ADAMANT. the best plaster on earth.. Lime, Sand. Brick ami Cement. Free delivery of Lumber to all parts ot the city. E. M. NIXON. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. Thl» preparation contains all of tbfl dlgestants and digests all kinds aI food. It (fives instant relief and new f&ll&tocure. It allows yon to eat «il (tie food yon want The most sensitive I tomachs can take it. By its use many ttoosands ot dyspeptics bave been Cbted after everything else felled. II presents formation oigason thestom ach, relieving all distress after eating, Dieting unnecessary. Pleasant totaka oan't help but do you good onl J. O. DEWITT&OO.,Oh rtam contains 8^ times the SOc. e. SLbott Rain aodiweat have no effect on harness treated with Eureka Har ness Oil. It re sists the damp, keeps the leath er soft and pli able. Stitches do not break. No rough sur face to chafe and cut. The harness not onl* keeps looking like new. out wears twice as Ion use of Eureka Harness Oil. .Sold everywhere in cans all sizes. Made by Standard Oil Company of 9116,818 00 $10,000 00 .... 1,828 07 20 79 Capital stock paid in....~~ Undivided profits less expenses and taxes paid Rent account, Individual deposits sub ject to check $76,809 10 Demand certificates of deposit 87,860 04 Cashier's checks out standing 295,00 $104,964 14 Total $116,813 00 State of North Dakota, County of Pembina, ss. I. H. C. Oarr, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. H. C. CA.BR, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 18th day of Dec., 1901. [Sesl.l J. A. WILKIOT, Notary Public. DlrectOM. WVVVV¥V¥V¥¥¥¥V 1 Cary Safe Co. BUFFALO, N.Y., U. S. A. .. Manufacturers of.. FIRE AND BURGLAR \PROOF .. SAFdS VAULTS, LQCKS. Ete. Cwtrac&rsto the United 8tttet6overnmeni A ... That Cough Hnoson You have used all sorts of cough reme dies but it does not yield it is too deep seated. It may wear itself out in time, but it is more liable to produce la grippe, pneumonia or a seri ous throat affection. You need something that will give you strength and build up the body. I SCOTT'S EMULSION will do this when everything else fails. There no doubt about it It nourishes* strengthens, builds up and makes the body strong and healthy, not only to throw off this hard cough, but to fortify the system against further attacks. I" rundown or should ce nourishing I 1 4 I H. I I ire you take this medicine. A t/l£ $V:,'i: NORT -VIA" RAILWAY —AT— Write immediately for full imfor mation to any Agent of the NOR E N PA IF I A I W A COMPANY, or Ghas.S. *0. P. & T. Am GEO. P. !^|g^ St. Paul, Minnesota. THE Bathgate Roller Mills Are now Running Night and Day, BRING IN YOUR QRI5T. We Ouarantee Every Sack of Flour. If the Flour Does Not Suit You We Give You Back Your Money. FEED GRINDING A SPECIALTY. G. PERRATLT, P. BARRIPY, R. DEMARS, Proprietors. CHA5. PERRAULT, flanager. BATHGATE. N. D. CANADIAN HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS: The'lFrate this year for the trip to the old 1 inEasterngCanada and return willbe $40.Q0 .The best route, for many reasons, i&via Min neapolis, St. Paul and Chicago, When you go, ask the ticket agent to send you that way, and be sure^that your ticket reads via the Burlington Route t"s' Mr No extra, charge for^ in'Reclining Chair Cars. Ask your home ticket agent for particu lars, or write to A. L. EIDEMILLER, IVP. care Clarendon Hotel, Winnipeg, Mai^ or Hotel Dacoipjii Oxmd Forlu,N. D. .: iU 'J Mtohtofi? n#«* ed Mtther hM filed nottceiorhla-lntentf on to make SnU proof. in sopport of Jita CIH&V-%ad' thft* iwdfprootwill be saa4e tef6re CmimT. CT. B»C«mmiM^BkrltoMj|epiitrtci6(frprtaAOakota 1^, viz Bv 1853* for 162. KangeBl, In, nblna ConntY, Not th Dakota. Heuames the ^'a'cOnHiiufius resi land, vis: .. James B. Huj ts and John Pariseau, all o'f JolieMe, P. Pembina County, N.D.T Sommona, STATK or NOBTB DAKOTA, J. In District Court, County of Pembina. 7th Judicial Dist. Prank A. WardweU PIamliflv Truman Fraser, F. Day, ChesterW.Qpodrlchand t&f Alzina A. Wyl.e an gaai dlahs of Cheater W. Qood* rich, Defendants. 22-27 Plaintiffs Attorneys. STATE OP That the complaint iB4he above entitled action was filed in the office of the clerk ot the District Court within aud for the county ot Pembina and State of North Dakota, on the 3rd day of Decem ber, 1901, at8:so o'clock a. m. of said day. Dated this 3rd day of December, 1901. 22.27 .4 BI H. KBNT, ^'Begister.s.K ,yjl The State of North Dakota to the above named defendant. You and each of you. are hereby- summoned to ariswpr the complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service of ttUs sum* mons upon you exclusive of the day of such ser vice, and In case of your failure to appear or ans wer, judgment will be taken against you br de fault for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated,this 2nd day of December A. D. 1901. QUACKENBBSH & HAST. pr Pembina, N. D. y? -4 Attorneys ti Plaintiff. Ton will please take notice that the complaint In the above entitled action was filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court in and for the County of Pembina, State of North Dakota on the 3rd day of December A. D. 1901. QUACKKNBDSH & HABT. I In District Court. fr NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina. f7th Judicial Dis't. Joseph b, Qarnett, Albert H. Qamettand G. H. Qaruett, plaintiffs, vs. James Nevlns ahd Annie Kevins his wife, Sa rah fi. Hartson, wiSow and only known heir of F. D. Hanson, deceased, 8. D. Clark, Thomas B. Clements, Lester F. Thurber, assignees of the Se curity Trust Oompany, fa corporation) Lewis E. ilboker and Elijah M. lopliff, and ail other per* sons or parties known or unknown, claiming any estateor interest in the real estate described In the complaint on tile in said action of F. D. Hart sou, deceased, defendants. The state of North Dakota to the above named defendants. You and each of yon are hereby summoned to answer the complaint iu this action, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers within thirty days alter the service of this sum monce upon you. exclusive of the day of service and in case of your failure to appear or answer judgment will be taken against you. and each ot you by detault, lor the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated at Pembina, N. D. November 80th, 1901. QUACKBNBOSB & HART. Plaintiffs' Attorneys, Pembina, N. D. The complaint in the above entitled action ia filed in the office of the clerB ot the district court, within and for the county of Pembina and State of North Dakota. QUACKENBUSH STATE OF & HABT, Plaintiffs' Attorneys. NOBTB- DAKOTA, I in Disuiot Court. County or Pembina. )7th udiclal Dis't. Joseph fiS. Qarnett, Albert Qarnett and Q. H. Qarnett, plaintiff's, vs. James Nevins and Annie Nevlns, his wife, Sa rah K. Hanson, widow and only heir of F. D. Ht.rtson, deceased, S. D. Clark. Thomas B. Clem ents. Lester F. Thurber,, asdigneeof tne (Security Trust Company, (a corporation Lewis D. Booker and Elijah U. Topliff, and ail other persons or parties known or unknown, claiming auy estate or interest in the real estate described in the complaint on file in said action, of F. D. iiartson deceased, defendants. LIS PSNDBNE. Notice is hereby given that an action has oeen commenced in this court, by the above named plaintiffs and against the above named defend ants, that ne object of said action is to quiet title in these plaintiffs, in and to the south-west quarter ol section numbered twenty-eight, in township one hundred sixty-two north, ot range fifty-one, west of the P. 11. uaid premises being situated in the county ot Pembina and State of North Dakota, and to forever debar the said de fendants, and each and allot them from claim ing any ngnt, title or interest in or to the premis es of land hereinafter .described that the real es tate affected by this action is situated in the coumy ol Pemlina and Utate oi North Dakota, and.descnbed as follows, to-wit: The sw qr of •ec s!8, twp 162 61 wtaf the fith P. M. QUACKENBUSH STATE & VS. HAST. Plaintiffs7 Atorneys, Peuibina N. D. In County Court. Before Hon. J. D. Wallace, Judge. OP NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina. In the matter of the estate of Catherine Thack« er, deceased. H. N. Joy, Petitioner. John E. Thacker, Bobert N. Thackei, Martha Thacker, Jessie Abrams, William U. Citation hear Thacker a minor, Bobert iug proof of Thacier a minor, Martha wul. Thacker special guardian for William (J. Thacker and Bobert Thacker minors, Mary Skelton. Phoebe Ann Mciutyre, Christia A. Thac ker, Emma Gentleman, Maria Martin nee Thacker, Flossie Thacker and Daniel H. Thacker, H. N, Joy Respondents. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, To the above named respondents tod all persons in terested in the Estate of Catherine Thacker. deceased, Yon and each of yon are hereby' notified that H. N. Joy, the Petitioner herein, hae filed In this Court a document in wrltinir, .purporting to be the Last Will and Testament or Catharine Thack er, late of the town of Hamilton, in the County of Pembina and State ol North Dakota, deceased, with hie petition, praying tor the admission to probate of aald document as the Last Will and Testament of said deceased,'and for the issa ance to H. N. Joy of letters testamentary there on, and that the said petition and the proofs of said purported Will and Testament will be heard und duly considered by this Court on Tuesday, the 14th day of January, A. D., 1902, at 9 o'clock in the afternoon of lhat day,at the Court Rooms of this Court, In the County Court House, in the City ol Pembina, County of Pembina and State of North Dakota, and You and each of you are hereby cited to be and appear before this Court at said time and Jfilace and answer said petition and show cause, any -there be, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. By the Court, J. D. WALLACE, [9EALJ Judge of the County Court. Dated the 8rd day of December, A. D., 1801. Ordered that servioe of the above citation be made by publication In the Pioneer Express, a weekly newspaper of sensual circulation printed and published the City Of Pembina, State of North Dakota, and by personal service upon residents of this Statf, and by mail-on non-real, dents according to law. E.W.CONMY. J.D.WALLGB Attorney for Petitioner, [SEAL] Judge. a«kte of Laid, Notlce ls hereby given that In pursuance to an on the 2nd day of DE nable J. D. Wallace, S^MMabec!Hth,l«NU jecember, 1901, judge of the 7 of Pembina oider i, by the! county oourt. In and for the county State of North Dakota, the nnderslghed, the ad ministrator of the estate of Alexander LaRoque. late of the town of Avon.in the county of Pem bina, State of North Dakota, deoeased, will on Thursday, the 16th day of January, 1908, at 2 o,clock p. m. of that dsjr, at the front door of the post ofioe, in the yiUafeof Backoq, in the county of Pembina. State of North Dakout, offer for sale, and sell at pabHo auction. »o the highest MdfMr .for cash, subject to OMtrmaSoQ by said the judge of said coutty court,ihatosrtaln'lot. piece or parcel of land,situaud.lylnf a*b^Bgln^the loiraihlp of kron. In Uw county of Fsmblna,-State of SorthlMiftti mi jdtjpiliitfl ii ioUowi $6«wlt* M-.. v, AdmWstoatdrcftlte elta^s o|. Aliuud'^La.