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!H IF I J§ W' W O V'ii fjJ iff I fvj t*\ fa *Sf rr tcM !fK •Mi* ^ILA^ode.r. The faultlessly shaped and fitted vel jr, vet coats of only medium length that are & made to wear with skirts of ladies' cloth, costume satin or repped silk are becom ing. 1 A"\ ,)• AvfeiV-i^^-Kari^ii Mlrtletos ta an adornment newly adopt* «4 tyttamHHners. Velvet gowns are to be among the smartest of the costnmes worn this win ter. New satin matelasse gowns show opal and moonlight effects in faintest sea green,'tea rose and silver gray. Formerly it was considered patchy «g looking and In bad taste to wear two J' kinds of fur at once. Now a mixed ar rangcment seems to be in high vogue. The English cloak dresses are but little decorated, an immense standing collar of sealskin, chinchilla, otter or other fur, with stole or fichu shaped ends, forming the sole finish. The fact is now well established that long trailing skirts are to be worn, with all house gowns, and by house gowns are meant evening dresses, reception dresses, tea gowns or any other styles suited for dressy house wear. Th» winter is to be decidedly a fur and velvet season. Entire gowns are made of these materials, lightly lined with silk or satin alone, to remove all bulky effect, and skirts and coats of Persian lamb or caracul—the fine, soft astrakhan—are the height of fashion. A pretty design for the new box plait ed skirts is so arranged as to form a shallow box plait on the front, one on each side, and two large, shapely ones at the back. These are stitched down part way and then allowed to flare. Four and one-quarter yards of 4S inch goods are required in making this skirt.—New York Post. THE CENSOR. Golf has supplied the "missing links" of outdoor sport.—New York World. Evii.lenflj the trouble between Dewey and the public is merely a lovers' quarrel. ~Chicago Itecord. Under cover of the war in South Africa Lord Salisbury has let himself be squeez ed out of Samoa.—London News. Happily the football season is practi cally ended. The world can now turn its attention to the quieter events of war.— Jew York Mail and Express. It would seem that in handling its co lonial affairs the Spanish government did nothing well Even it maps of the is lands it recently possessed are wrong.— Cleveland Leader. Actual war has demonstrated the fact that the automobile will never wholly supersede the horse. Just think of a starving army eating its automobiles!— San Franciscu Call. When it is considered that among the ruling classes in Chile it is usual to drink 17 whisky cocktails before breakfast, it Is not to be wondered at that cockfight ing is one of the principal amusements.— St. Louis Star. The proposition to have the police of New York take a census of that city si multaneously with the government enu merators has much to commend it and might be followed to advantage in many other cities.—Philadelphia Ledger. While people are predicting the decline of the horse it is noted that his social status continues to improve. But in this respect the horse may be like his friend, the man. When he gets to be absolutely no use at all, he will be a howling swell. —Pittsburg Dispatch. THE WRITERS. Guy Boothby, when not writing nov els, attends to his dogs or his aquarium. He collects live fish. Mr. W. Stead, that remarkable man and prolific journalist, who has been asking recently if he shall slay his brother Boer, is also very fond of chil dren and loves a frolic with them. When some one^ the other day asked Emile Zola why he was silent on the Transvaal question, he replied that he had "a very human fear of appearing to pose as a lighter of all human wrongs." Finley P. Dunne, George Ade and Will Payne, whose works have attract ed attention, are Chicago newspaper men. All three began their newspaper work on the Chicago News. Mr. Ade is now on the Chicago Record, Mr. Payne is editor of The Economist, and Mr. Dunne is the managing editor of the Chicago Evening Journal. PITH AND POINT. As yon throw away the stub 6f a cigar it seems easy to quit. Some men take up more time in talking about business than they do in doing busi ness. There is nothing funnier than the grim determination with which a woman will hold on to an end seat at a church wed ding. Some people have a way of finding the little good there is in you and encourag ing it, but the majority find your devil and nag him. Hungry Joe used to say that a chump was born every minute. That might have been true in Hungry Joe's time. Two are born every minute now.—Atchison Globe. THE PARIS SHOW. The state of New York will send to the Paris exposition of 1900 a forestry ex hibit of 34 specimens of wood, all native the state. At Paris there will be 250 barrels of Choice American apples in cold storage, •mall lots being taken from the supply from time to time aa needed to keep up a continuous fresh fruit exhibit. Oranges will be treated in the same manner. Cincinnati will be well represented in Its industries. large piano manufac turing concern of that city will make a most interesting exhibit. This company will set up a moving exhibition of the manufacture of pianos from the raw ma terial to the finished instrument. .THE PEDAGOGUE. Mfchlfu university contains six Porto University of Wisconsin "coeds" weai abort skirta. Bach public school pupil coats Minneso ta $2.78 per rear. Malaga oaivantty la to have an aetto awaical obeerrstory. Th* reading ef the Bible aa 1 part of oa a" tyt» The greatest danger from colds a*nd la grippe is their resultingiin pneumonia. If, reasonable care is used, however, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. It will cure a cold or an attack of la grippe in less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant md safe to take. For sale by T. R. Shaw, druggist. Millions Put to Work. The wonderful activity of the new cen tury is shown by an enormous demand for the world's best workers—Dr. King's Vew Life Pills. For Constipation, Sick Headache, Biliousness, or any trouble of Stomach, Liver or Kidneys they're un ivaled. Only 25c at T. R. Shaw's drug tore. Stoptha Blight It is a sad thing to see fine Quit trees spoiled by the blight. You can always tell them from the rest. They never do well afterwards but stay small and sickly. It is worse to see a blight strike children. Good health is the natural right of children. But some of them don't get their rights. While the rest grow big and strong one stays small and weak. Scott's Emulsion can step that blight. There is strength strength no reason why such a child should stay small. Scott's Emulsion is a medicine with lots of in it—the kind oi that makes tiling This picture represents the Trade Mark of Scott's Emulsion and is on the wrapper of evety bottle. Send for free sample. SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 50c uiidersiened desires to call the ittention oi the farmers and pe.'!)• in general to the tact that lit-8 itnw prepared to supply all wifh Flour and Feed of all kinds •JTHEAT, OATS AND BAtt. Ev Ta.'o-ii ui Hxchautie, or tor cash, •it -sliest niarket ,iric»-, N S ii a a -r Dm ". FELDMAN, Sm-fi-'ur H. C. Feldnian. Rain and sweat have no effect on harness treated with Eureka Har ness Oil. It re sists the damp, keepstheleatn er soft and piU able. Stitches do not break. No rough sur face to chafe and cut. The harness not only keeps looking like new, Dut wears twice as longby the use of Eureka tmi Harness Oil. Sold everywhere in cans— all sizes. Made by \vi Standard Oil Company Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. fJUft Declaration contains all DISTRICT COURT. m.fwg,,,.,,,,,, Judlcla, Di^,ct. STATE OF NOBTH DAKOTA, I County of Pembina. I ,\t A. D. Warner and Farle F. AudnuO Co-Partners as Warner aiid Andrue, I -Plaintiffs. I Against I James Thomson and Voluey S.)- Summons. Waldo, proprietors of the Townsite of Bowesmont. in the County of Pemblnn and Stnte of North Dakota, ... Defendants. The Stale of North Dakota to the above named deiendnnts. You, and each of you, are hereby summoned to answer the complaint In this action, and'to serve a copy of yonr answer upon the subscrib ers within thirty (30) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service and in case oi your failure to appear or answer, Judgment will he taken against you by default fcr the relief demanded In ttie complaint. Dated at Pembina, N. D., December 9th, A, D., 1901. QUACKENBCSH ft HAET. Plaintiffs Attorneys, whose office and post office address Is Pembina North Dakota. The coipplaipt 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 State of North Dakota. QUACKENBCSH & HART, Piamtiffs Attorneys. Cary Safe Co. BUFFALO, N. Y., U. S. A. .. Manufacturers of. FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES... VAULTS, LOCKS, Etc. Contractors to the United States Government. 1^) ri O grow. Scott's Emulsion makes children grow, makes them eat, makes them sleep, makes them play. Give the weak child a chance. Scott's Emulsion will make it catch up with the rest. c/c-c Ourfamous 1% $300 Peat! St, New York. and ft. all druggist^. Flour and Feed Store. led/es BEST MATERIAL U1E3T STYLE rascrnr A BIG VALVE PRCPC2T.H0H Ask your Dealer for a pair C.Gotzian&Co. ST PAUL. Knolvn and sohm Ivhereber good crops are grobrn. Sold everywhere. 1902 Annual FREE. D. M. FERRY & CO Detroit, Mich. Seeds Trees Corn 1 at tba ttmtutaaod digest* an kliMbi3 SSstiKsiiPEssss •nflr of djnejiUos bat* ban SLS tKttMlto'Me Grown in the cold NORTHWEST. 19th Annual Cat alogue free. All about Northwestern Dent corn. Tbe greatest of all for the Northwest. New book on corn culture. OSCAR H, WILL5 & CO, Bismarck, N, D, PBriiiiNA Lumber Yard POLL SUPPLY OP Building Material ADAMANT, the bent plaster on earth. Lime, Sand, Brick and Cement. E. M. NIXON. UPPINCOTT'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE A Family Dmary 111 IM CmU IMr 12 Coimm Novkls Ycarlv MANY SHORT STORIES AND PAPERS ON TIMELY TOPICS I2J0 Mmykar SSeTa. a cmrt NO CONTINUED STORIES KVKRV NUMBKR COMPUTE IN ITSKLT Wit" mmm r1 V\ & 4 ST. PAUL* MINN. SG-IIEY Avr Santlago (11 A MU^iwuIKI 4 Hid OMIWtlO inthK' tells 1MRT MOOSEVILT, «f New T«k. OrakMi'sstarvk "S dNtwl ttekMt ami fl| I WANTED] LegalBlanks 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 Runs easier, because it has ball bearings, and sews faster because it has rotary shuttle, than any other machine on the market. Call and see them. G. G. THOMPSON. (EOOOCXXXXXXXDOCXX)® F2HST QUALITY GOODS IN ALL LINES. FaLirba-nks-Morse Steam Pumps. Eclipse Wind Mills. Fat.irbat.nks Galvanized Steel Mills. GaJvaLtiized Steel Towers. Steam Engines and Boilers. Pumps, Pipe, Tools. Etc. Write for Information B.nd Catalogues. FAIRBANKS, MORSE FAIRBANKS SCALES & CO. TRADE MAS Santiago^ GEORBE EDWARD GRAHAM, thMwiM IwililUhwit ikNrt ttiV.1.1. fcufclym mm MBtk* «f th* —ylgm. niutMM vl Thm Most Smmmmttomml I Book oi tho Dap* Mf«w WhliM HM fclUy, "MnfiMIl Mt» •th*MOMliacl MEW YORK RIIAUaa MOaf MM I aavslsfllMrsaMl 1 Mo anbject ha* haa inttniM everybody commlaaiOBS. for canraaalog outfit. *AQEMT8 .TSt MnrAq to style of fctodlsg ». OOMKCT OOGAMY omoAjo. 1m- P"!"' Saiamoiii. Nobth Dakota. 29-36 February l(?h°fmCE' I In District Conrt, Coanty of Pembina. 7th Jadiclal Diat. Deere & Weber Company, plaintiffs, V8. Thomas Roadbouse, defendant. defendant'6 °f Norttl Dakotl ,J°".are hereby summoned to answer the com piamt in tnis action, and to serve a copy of vonr subscribers within thirty days eiTIS? ,!y- to the above nam:d ot thlB 8llmnloa9 uP°nin yoa ex clusive of the day of anoh service, and case of nre f° aPP®»r of answer, jndgment will I* taken against you by default for the relief do* manded in the complaint. Dated this 23rd day of December A. D. 1901. Quackbnbdsr Ss Habt, Pembina, N. D. ... At(orneysf-rPlaintiff. P'ease take notice that the cothplalnt In the above entitled action was flled in the office of the Clerk olthe District Court In and for the SPu™ ^5f Pemh'na, 8tate of North Dakota oa the 28rd day of December A. D. 1901. Quackknbush & Habt, Plaintiff's Attorneys. GKAND POBKS N' D' NoUoe is hereby given that 'he following uain ed settler has flled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his ctalm. and that5?I3Woof SL* will be made before E. W. Con. my, U. S. Commissioner for the district of North Dakota, at his office in Pembina, on March 88th, 1908, viz: George O'Hara, H. E. 18969 for tne hf J®? raugeP2,ln Pembina coun ty, North Dakota. He names the following witn esses to prove his continuous residence ana cnl tl vation of said land, viz James Craig, Nathan O Shaughnessy, Cunningham Ardles, Charles H. Empy, all of Carlisle. E. H. Hint, Register, IN DISTRICT COURT. Seventh Judicial District.- STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Penjbina. 8S" A. D. Warner and Farle F. Andrus, Co. Partners as Waruerand Andrns, Plaintiffs. Agajnat Summons* J. J. Sweeney as Principal, and A. H. Oakes, as Agent.... Defendants. defna^wtB 0'1*0rt*1Dakota to^the above namel an^ each of yon, are hereby summoned yw the complaint Hi this action, and to ®^Y®a ®®Py of your answer upon the subscribers d»y» after O A N 8 & A & Plaintiffs Attorneys* F3$| '8 ™e service of this Won you, exclusive of the day of ser vice, and In case of your failure to appear or an wUl be taken by debult for the reUef demanded in the oomplalnt. 1901? *embin*'N-D- December 96th, A.D„ Pi..fBi- QUACKKNBUSH dc HART, PIaiMMb Attoigeyg, wbose offloe Mid post ohca «ddM0 ii Pembina North tekoteT the above entitled totfon Is flled in the office of the Clerx of the District 1•8MSSofi,0^,,r-of it j"4i jfimt We have the best pos ibl» facilities for handling flax at Dulufh and rilnneapolls. Your Flax EDWARDS, WOOD & CO, GRAIN COMMISSION. Cfcutor «f tmmm, m*MiMUt, in Utrt if Trill, Urtrtl.