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Ap px^rx- •.•^yssw&j tvi J£-W vV V'V'-vA •&*** HMUag tb« Wooden Bora*. Torture on a grand scale went out Mrltb Felton, the assassin of Bucking pain, but tofture on a small scale con tinued to be practiced on military of fenders down to the eighteenth cen tury. The form most frequently resort ed to was that known as the wooden horse, to ride which was the piiMish nieat accorded for putty tliei'ts, In subordination and so on. The wooden horse was made of planks nailed to gether so as to form a sharp ridge or anj?le about eight or nine feet long. This ridge represented the back of the Jiorse and was supported by four posts legs about five feet high placed on a stand made movable by truckles. To complete the resemblance to the no blest animal in creation a head and tail were added. When a soldier was sentenced, either by court martial or by his commanding officer, to ride the horse, he was placed ton the brute's back, with his hands tied behind him, and frequently enough, in order to Increase the pain, muskets were fastened to bis legs to weigh thorn down or. as was jocularly said, to prevent the tiery. untamed, bare backed stoed from kicking him off.— London Graphic. The Camphor Eater. It is surprising what a number of camphor eaters there are among the Well to do classes. The idea seems to prevail that this gum, taken in small and regular doses, gives a peculiarly clear creaminess of complexion, and scores of young women buy it for this purpose. The habit is. moreover, very diliicult to cast off, for camphor pro duces a mild form of exhilaration and fetitpefaction, and in many instances Wl:-. very large jp have been swal low the habit b\a In-ome a sort of slavery. i'licse camphor eaters all have a dreamy, dazed and very listless air. and ill most of them there is an ever present longing to sleep or at least to rest. ICxtreme weakness generally fol lows the taking of regular (loses, and 1 Inve seen eases where it has been al most diliicult to tell the effects from those of alcohol. As to the complexion, if a ghastly pallor be an improvement camphor certainly produces it.—Clinic. AVhen Coal Wn« Prohibited. It nuil'es tlivs present generation smile to read the accounts which have come down to us concerning the prejudices which were formerly entertained against certain articles which are of everyday consumption. For instance, it is said that when coal •was first us din England the prejudice against it was so strong that the house of commons petitioned the king to pro hibit the use of the "noxious"' fuel. A royal proclamation having failed to abate the nuisance, a commission was Issued to ascertain who burned coal Jvitliin the city of London and its neigh borhood, to punish them by force for the first offense and by the demolition of their furnaces if they persisted in transgressing. A law was finally pass ed making it a capital offense to burn coal in the city and only permitting it to be used by forges in the vicinity. It Is stated that among the records In the Tower of London a document was found according to which a man was hanged in the time of Edward I. for no .other crime than having been caught burning coal. It took three centuries to entirely efface the prejudice. They Were Not Indiana. It is said that when the first Chinese came to California the Indians were very curious about them. A dispute arose among some of them as to what country the strangers might hail from and whether or not they were Indians. The Indians, wise as the Puritans of old. decided to apply the water test. If the accused swam, they were witches if they drowned, they were Innocent. One day a party of Indians met a party of Chinamen approaching a lit tle stream. The strangers approached the bridge and started across. The In dians, too, filed across and, meeting the Chinamen in midstream, pushed two of them Into the angry, spooming current below. The test was conclu sive. They could not swim. They were not Indians. A'.! kinds ot Barney & Berry repairs lor skates can be found at Thompson's bicycle shop. tf. Litest improved Welsbach Incandes cent Gas Lamps (burns gasoline) on sale at G. G. Thompson's bicycle shop. A Legacy of the Grip. Is .fteii run-down system. Weakness, nervo t-ness, lack of appetite, energy and ambiti.m. with disordered liver and kid neys often lollow an attack of this wrcto i! disease. The greatest need then 1- Electric Bitters, the splendid tonic, bio id purifier and regulator ot Stomach, Liver and Kidneys. Thousands have prov that they wonderfully strengten the iKTves, build up the system, and re store to health and good spirits after an attack of Grip. If suffering, try them. Only 50c. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed by T. R. Shaw, druggist crops. •ecret of the Ferry Cam*. F^rry* other by all Ferry 1 The rrentest danger fiom colds and la grippe is their resn tinj* in pneumonia. If reasonable care is nsi d, however, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided It will cure a cold or an attack of In grippe in less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by T. R. Shaw, druggist Millions ut to Work. The wonderful activity of the new cen tury i£ shown by an enormous demand for the world's l*-t workers—£r. King's New Lile Pills. For Constipation,' Sick Headache, Biiiousness, or any trouble of Stomach, Liver or Kidneys they're un rivaled. Only 25c at T. R. Shaw's drug store. Barnum's Monkey* MA11 Rain and sweat have 110 effect on harness treated with Eureka Har ness Oil. It re sists the damp, keeps theleath er soft and pli able. Stitches do not break. No rough sur- V- well—all happy—lot of fun". That is the reguk. report from the monkey cag of Barnum's Circus ever since the keepers began dosing the monkeys with Scott's Emul sion. Consumption was carry ing off two thirds of them every year and the circus had to buy new ones. ©tie day a keeper accident ally broke a bottle of Scott's Emulsion near the monkey cage and the monkeys eagerly lapped it up from the floor. This suggested the idea that it might do them good. Since then the monkeys have received regular doses and the keepers report very few deaths from consumption. Of course it's cheaper to buy Scott's Emul sion than new monkeys—and that suits the circus men. Consumption in monkeys and in man is the same disease. If you have it or are threaten ed with it can you take the hint? This picture represent the Trade Mark of Scott' Emulsion and is on The undersigned desires to call th attention of the farmers and per ile in genera] to the .'act that he is in«w prejmrttii t.o A akt*ii in *1 -supply and FELDMAN, Miicfsor to H. C. FeMman. 1 face to chafe and cut. The harness not only keeps looking lika new, but wears twice as loneby the I nse of Eureka Harness Oil. Sold everywhere in cans all sizes. Made by Standard Oil Wi Kodol Company Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. nu preparation contains all of tfcg ttfanente and digests all londi And. It gives instant relief and mam wQatocore. It aliowa jrou to «t al iMlood joo want The most MMttfti ttMMelM can take it By its use dm* •*—pu.M of dyspeptics bare bsM •wedjtfter erenrUting else tailed II emeots formation ofgason tbesto» Mjfrilerlng all distress after eating mating unnecessary. Pleasant to tua itMp but 4o yom gati ldonlybyE.O.DBWrTTAOo. O bottle contains ZH times tbeGOc Aw 5s. l': I!» UU»TRI«T VWiiT. fpg ,if SfctMlh Judicial 'fcplSl" STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,! Connty of Pembina. A. T. Warner and Fsrle F. Audras.1 Co-Partners a* Warner atd Andrus, .Plaintiffs. Agalnvt ,, Jamoa Thomson and Voluey B. Summons. W a)do. proprietors of the Toivnslte of Uowesmont. -te the County of Pembina and State of North Dakota, Defendants., The Stnt« of North Dakota to the above named dcU'iidants. You. and each of you, are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in thik- action, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscrib ers within thiriy (80) days alter the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the dav oi service and in case ot your failure to appe«r or ancwer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded In the complaint. ancwer. Dated at Pembina, N. 1001. December 9th, A. D., QUACKENBOSR ft HART. Plaintiffs Attorneys, whose office and post office address is Pembina North Dakota. The complaint in the above entitled action is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, within and for the County of Pembina and Stale of North Dakota. QUACKENBUSH & HART, Plaintiffs Attorneys. IN DISTRICT COURT. STATlfi OF NORTH DAKOTA, Joseph Erwin, Adam A. Campbell. Caroline J. Wood. David Wood, and all other persons un known claiming any estate, or interest in, or lien or incumbrance upon the property described in the complaint, ana their unknown Heirs de fendants. THE STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA, to the ahove mimed Delundante: Yon are hereby summoned to answer the' com plaint iu this action, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers within thiriy (SO) days after the service of this summous upon you, exclusive of the day oi service and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the re lief demanded in the complaint. The Complaint i%iiow on tile in the office ot the clerk of the above itemed court, iu the City of Pembina, iu Biiid county aud state. Dated December 16th, 1901./ TKMPLETON & RKX Plaintiff's Attorneys, othce and post office ad dress. Grand Forks, N. 1). 27-32 Notice 10 Dated January 8"th. 1002. the wrapper of eveiy bottle. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St., New York 50c and $1. all druggists. Flour and Feed Store. all with Kl«»ur Feed of ,di kinds I S A N A E xt :iiiiii', or tor cash, 1 :nt Stilts a QDAOKENBTJSH ):o:(-— Contractors to 8 I me County, of Pembina. District Couit 7th Judicial District. Amended summons. Ellen J. L. W. Pember, plaintiff. vs. O Cirilitors. In the matter ot the estate ol' Amelia E.Thomp son, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned. George Thompson, ndministr::ior of the estate o" Amelia E. Thompson, lute of the City oi Peinhtna County ot Pembijn. State of North Dakota, deceased, to the cml itors of, aufl all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same with ilie necessary vouchers, within fonr months after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator, at his place of residence, 111 the city of Pembina, in said Pern bina count}, N. U. GEORGE THOMPSON, Administrator. & HAHT 30-33 Attorneys for Petitioner. Kotice to Creditors, In the mailer of tlie estate of Annie Laiigtoll, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Wil liam G. Langton, administrator of the estate of Annie Langton, late of the township of Pembina, in the County of Pembina aud state of North Da kota, deceased, to the the creditors oi and ail persons having ciaims against said deceased, to exhibit the sau.e with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator, at his place of residence, in the township of Pembina, in said Pembina county. I a ted January a9tli. 1902. WILLIAM G. LANGTON, Administrator. QUACKENISUSH & HAIIT. 30-33 Attorneys lor petitioner, Cary Safe Co. BUFFALO, N. Y., U.S.A. .. Manufacturers oi". FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES.. VAULTS, LOCKS, Etc. the United States Government. ^A^A^AA AAAMAAAAAAAAA Sold by all Newsdealers Furnishes Monthly toalllovanof Xtuica •Mt volume of New, Cholc* Cepyrlfht Compositions by the most popalsr sathon, 64 Pages or Piano juste 10 Sonfi, 11 laitrniMatal 21 Complete Pieces for Plaqe and 22 PifM of Mulcal Literature Once a Month for 28 Cents. Yearly Subscription, $2.00. Six Months, $1.00. l«of Music, orthe Piano. If bought in any music store at one-half off. wwMwatmt. If-foawiUaandostkanaine and addraMof •Flva perfonners on the Piano or Organ, we will *ena you a famplecopy Free. J. W. PEPPER, Publisher* •IgMIt *&•««•« Sta., Pkliiildfhla, Fa. UPPINGOTTS MONTHLY MAGAZINC A FAMILY LIBRARY Us GhimI litntn 12 CoMnmtlovcu YKARLT MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS S2.60 PCNVKAR 26 en. A ©OPT NO CONTINUED STORIES BVCRT NVMNR MNnmiH ITMtr ply ''i y\' $1* A A L. -m' '.• ,V..W .'il' ilW X. :J"'- No subject has ever been before the the manner In which Admiral Schley haa demand the far## raoafnlMan arflba everything like wlldffr AOEHTS I MT. ?-a=olini lioprine- -•*£22 4 mm Schley/Santiago BY GEORGE EDWARD GRAHAM, SANTIAGO i'm WT1&- :i': G. G. THOMPSON. ®cxxxxxxxxxxxxxr)§ Iki litnpli iaoetaM Frtn war mnrwvaadwt, wha vaa aboard tb. T7. B. ft. Brookl Ariit th* nttn In noBtks of tb* eaapalBB. lllutrated with photocravba takM by tka Aatkor dnrlas th. Icht. The Most Sensational Book of tho Day* I Tb. tra. itoiy of tb. (taon eralM of tb. TljtmM Squdron aad.r Commodor. Wlatald t«ott 8«hl*7, laolna- I lit th» blockad. and deitructlon of tb. Spanish CM TOLD FOR THK FIRST TIKK. Contain* aa amtocrapb .adorMM.at aad HKOUl account of th. battl. by Bur-Admiral Milay. "The facta of the itorr of the movamenta and operation, of the Flnn( Sqnadron as tho authrv tells them 1m this book are correct." -W. S. SCHLEY. An InterMtlaff aarratlT. .f faeU. Kzpiaia* tba BO- I eallwl "Retrograde MoT.rn.at tb. "Loop tb. "Ooftllaf I Problem," and Mttlaa coneloilTely WANTED Solm Publlshm. OHtOAOO. TO THE PEOPLE: Send for Infornw t' on and catalo/! Me. PAU? ?At *?&» 1?: 'Ti-J i, J7t~" rr ,i.Vi WM Am J"£x trtrj of tb* Court of Inq»lry. PKE81DENT ROOSEVELT, wlwa OarsraM' •f Ntw Ysrk, asM:—"Nr. Orafeaa'a atarr Is tb« bnt accoaat I kara btard or rtad «f th* saralllibtlag dsrlsithawsr. HoMM|a«t aa aid caaracs t* ca abest tikiir aboto piphs aa tt did to wark tba fas*.'" Some time ago tlic Jack-of-All-Trades" began to tell the people what he could do. He made great claims promised to do more than ever had been done before,' and more than IUOM peo ple believed possible. You all K'W liio Huccess-he has uuuined, and aa he became more familiar with the country he was tra". o.Hritf in. he could see the possibilities ol ttsiur work, and to accom 1 liah this he has Introduced to you a traveling companion. ITi-nolii his features in the shape of a 2% A m, 3fy A new lot, including Cabinets and drop tops and others with plainer finish. We sell the prettiest machine ever displayed in Pembina and you know the make (Wheeler & Wilson) there are none bet ter. Runs easier, because it has ball bearings, and sews faster because it has rotary shuttle, than any other machine on the market. Call advarM rallac I THE MEW YORK HERALD aajrs:—"Mr. Orabaai, la tb« talllai facts, IMTM tb* nalar ms to aidM tba Mscttoa tM MTtral saval oHictrs s**d a Caart at la aalrjr ta rMsUblUh tbtlr nratatloas, ib*y caa b* n-astabllslNd." ubiic that has Interested everybody as «en treated, and the American people Vara of BanHago. This book talls just aa it occurred and aa the eyewitnesses saw It. Book la selling re. Liberal commissions. Outfit and boolca now ready. ..Band.seven 2-cent st&mpa for canvassing outfit. ACT QUICK. Now la tho time to MAKE MONEY. Price $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.75, according to style of-binding desired. B. COHKEY COMPANY H. P. Geared ase ertl- cal Gasoline Engine. HU specialties are pumping cuir and general farm use. He Is very versatile, and when his time Is not wanted for pumping water, by a movemcn. ot oi'.e of his arms, he can disconnect thu gcuits and his power can be directed for other purposes. He Is beginning to travel all over the country from the Can adian Provinces to the Ef'iator. nfi'1 frrvrfrl«5 '--i kst ti tlic PhllipuH-.s. He is talc* ingujiallLioitf^i ivprk for all kni1s'f people, and it Lb to note the results of his work for the first yea*. ANK& .... »lcf! '4 t&Tf t" si* i-t^ I if A A AX and see them. County of Pembina. vV tt I ?r5 tfthis3offic£. jf7 o* 8 o. Summon a. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, I In District Court, County of Pembina. 7th Judicial Dist. Deere & Weber Company, plaintiffs, vs.- Thomas Roadbouse, defendant. The 8tate of North Dakota to the above named defendant. You are hereby summoned to answer the com plaint in tnis action, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you ex clusive of the day of snch service, and in case of your failure 10 appear or answer, judgment wi'l be taken against you by default for the relief de manded in the complaint. Dated this 23rd day of December A. D. 1901. QCACKENBUBH & HART, Pembinr, N. D. Attorneys fir Plaintiff., You will please take notice that the complaint In the above entitled action was filed in the office of the Clerk oltbe District Court iu and for the County of Pemhina, 8tate of North Dakota on the 23rd day of December A. D. 1901. QOACKBNBUSH & HABT, 29*86 PlaintUTe Attorneys. O. 8, LAND OFFICE, QttAND FORKS N. D, February 10th, 1902. Notice Is hereby given that he tollowiu? uam ed settler has filed notice of his intention .0 make anal proof in support of his ctaim. and that said proof will be made before E. W. Con. my, U. 8. Commissioner for the district of North Dakota, at bis office in Pembina, on llareh 38th, 1902, viz: George O'Hara, H. E. 18969 for toe hf BW qr sec 84. twp. 162, rauge52, in Pembina coun ty, North Dakota. He names the following witn esses to prove his continuous residence and culti vation of saia land, viz James Craig, Nathan 0'8haughnessy, Cunningham Ardlea, Charles H. Empy, all of Carlisle.. 82-87 -E. H. KENT, Register. IN DISTRICT COUKT. Seventh Judicial District. STA.TE OF NORTH DAKOTA, B8' D. Warner and Fwie F. Andrus, Co. Partners ae Waruer and Andrus, Plaintiffs. Against Summons. J. J. Sweeney as Principal, and A. H.Oakes. as Agent....Defendants. The State of North Dakota to the above named defendants. You, and eaob of yon, are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers within thirty (8Q) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of ser vice aqd In case of your fitilure to appear or an swer, judgment will be taken by de&ult for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated at Pembina, N. D.. Deoember 96th, A.D., 1901. QUACKENBUSH & HART, Plaintiffs Attorneys, whose office and post offloe address la Pembina, North Dakota. The complaint in the atoya entitled action 1 filed in the office of tbe Ol^t^ of the District Court within and tot the Co amy of Pembina and Stale ot North Dakota. ••!?-•.' QCTACKBNBU8Hb HART, PlainttfE* Attorney*. fx 1 AX We have the be|t possible facilities lor handling flax at Duluth and flinneapolls. Ship Your Flax EDWARDS, WOOD & CO, GRAIN COMMISSION. I Ckiabir «l Umm, Wn^wllt^ 310 Burt if Trtli, N«th« "Aft W'V?vR"