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1 'c ?*w :iiS '1 lb*." CHAS. •.'"£ $• TF« MINNBJPdLI® K#%,H:1»T. PAUL DULUTH AND JOINTS EA8Tt8QUTH PORTLAND ,'V CALIFORNIA JAPAN 4r OHINA '•V ALASKA •'.• KLONDIKE F. C. WAgNER, I Chu. S. Fee, G. P. A Agent. 1' RI PAUL, HUM, some MOBTB 1:80 18:07p 11:02 in 10:41 am 10-28 am 10:07 am 9:88 am 7:60 am 6:48 a 4*40 am 8:00 pm Winnipeg Morris..... »••••»».. Pembina Jollette Bowet-monC Dravton ........ GrAitoo •..... Grand Forks CrookKton......... £.....•« Wlnnipeu 1 auction.. 8t. Paul.. some SOUTB l:45pm 8:06 8:67 pm 4:24 4:42 6:02 pm 6:40 7:26 8:2rt 10:86 7:16 am OREAT NORTUhUN ST. VINCENT. Freight departs Passenger arrives ?... do departs'. 9:16 am 1:00 pm ....[....8:15pm Xi3B3-UkXi. T. (JUACKKNBNBH. *. A. HABT QUACXENBU8H ft HABT, Successors to W. J. Kneeshaw. Law, I, on in, Collection!, Insnrnnce, Probate Business, ROLETTE STRFER, FKMBIRA. Wi J. BURKE, ATTOR NEY-AT-LA W. Successor to N.C. Young. Real estate, loans and collections. BATHGATE, NORTH DAKOTA R, A. THACKBR, AUCTIONEER. Particular attention to sales o' Farm Property. BAM11/FON, NOBTH DAKOTA J, H. 8NIDER. u:'i uiT?.T"r-sr^A-^o~sr 6 «SffiO Calls night or day promptly attended. office at Watson's Darn. Emerson, Manitoba. jPifaLYSicsxAars. G. HARRIS, E. Physician and Surgeon. Found at all hours when not professionally engaged, at his office, on Stutsman ctreet at day time and at his resi dence on Cavil eer street at night. PEMBINA, WORTH DAKOTA DR. W. H. FALLOON, "DENTIST. Office over the PIONEER EXPRESS. Qffice hours—8:80 to 18:00 a. m., 1:00 to 5:00 p. m. All other times when necessury. PEMPINA, N. DAK. gOCXETXES. "Woidsa Pest, IT®. 12. 3-. -A- K.. Retrulat meetings every second und fourth 'Monday of each month. J. Q. SONDERMAN, MoBES HELLKR. Adiutunt. Post Commander. •X3a.l3l23.a XiOigr*» S, "C. £e Regular meetings in the evenings of first and third Friday of every morth. Visiting Brethren in good standing are invited. J. L. CARR, Secretary. W. C. SHORT, W. M. X.odLg» HO, -A-. O. "0\ TXT, Meets every first and third Tuesday of the Month. GEO. PETERSON, F. A. HART Recorder. M. W. X'wsa.'blaa a. Causa p. 3277,. XjL. "W. Meet every Second and Fourth Monday. Vi siting neighbors cordially invited. W. K. COATS, F. M. KING, Clerk. V. C. Brotherhood of American Yeomen. Meets every second and .fourth Friday of each month. E. U. BOOKER. F. M. KINO, Correspondent. Foreman. XJag-ras of Ssasi. Meets every Second and Fourth Wednesday. MRS. W. JV KNEESHAW, MBS. M. J.SWITZEK C. ofll. 1 Keoorder. Paxxi'bSja.a. 3*lx® Scpakstuca.oxxt. 'Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the nonth. W. W. FELSON, J. D. WINLAW, Secretary. Chief. Methodist Episcopal Church. SC CJNDAY SERVICES:—Epworth League 11 a. m. Sunday School 13 m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. every Sunday. PRAYER MEETING each Thursday evening at 8:00 o'cleck. Rav. JEPHCOTT, Pastor., Grace Church, Pembina. EVERY SUNDAY—School 13 o'clock,. Even song and Sermon 7:30 p. M., Choir Practice Fri dajreveninga at 7:30. W. WATSON, Rector. St. Vincent. CITY DRAY LINE. -1*. Contract for large lots taken and goods delivered on short notice. Oruer can be left at the Pioneer Li.uwry Ice delivered to any part of the City., WM. FOWLER, Prop. E h. PEMBINA N parti 1 PKMBIHA. MORTH DAKOTA.' lit ^Ateieau '"lWI le, and in from six to •fkbt yean yon •j ow« iiupropvrtT. Dnmai 9400 lou tie $6 per month. Addr«M, S.D.BOO»B, Mentuy & mm** G. G. L'MoxNoir, F^Wnu e^e* p» Cou'jnty Newst feLORA. Joiseph Johnson, ol Hoople, was visit ing Iriends h. re Thursday. Everything is upside down this year— the Prvsbyteriar.s ol Elora have all turn ed Methodists. William McMurchie and son, of St. Thomas, said "Hello" to us last week in their usual graceful manner. Some belated farmers are still seeding, mostly flax and millet. Grain, ol all kinds looks well and is growing fast. News from Voltaire, the Eldorado of the west, says, the contingent from this vicinity are hard at work and prosperous. The correspondent of the Call, from this place, is authority for the statement jhat Johhny Whalen has turned kid and is going to school here right away. Mr. Jno. Fox has the sympathy of all his fellow townspeople in his late trouble and bereayement, Mr. Fox has had more than his share of trouble this spring. A small contingent of Dist. 35 attended the picnic at Crystal on Friday, the two young ladies who took part in the pro gram, Miss Anna S hultz and Miss Maud Gill, both gave excellent recitations. Politics area little on the go, as it were, here just now. There is a general feeling that John Stafford, of this town ship, will make an excellent county com missioner for this district. We think it is the south end of the district's turn to be represented. Your correspondent at Hensel has evidently at some, time had experience in writing short stories at so much a line. That farmer he was telling us about last week, must surely have han a drink out of the well that contained the little pig, dead or blind, we forget which, that he told us about a short time ago. DontStart Wrong. Don't start the summer with a lingering cough or cold. We all know that a "sum mer cold "is. It's the hardest kind to cure. Often it "hanvs on" through the season. Take it in hand right now. A few doses ol One Minute Cough Cure wiil set you right. Sure cure for coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis, all throat and lung troblets. Absolutely sale. Acts at once. Children like it. "One Minute Cough Cure is sthe bfst'eough medicine I ever used, "say J. H. Bowles, Groveton, N.H. "I never found anything else that pcted so safely and quickly." TONGUE KIVER. Miss Anderson took Saturday's train for her home in Leyden. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur of Glasston spent Sunday at the home o( L. Hodgson. Miss Lillie Bradley, who was quite se riously ill is much improved. Robert McFarland is in poor health, but his friends hope soon to see him well again. Peter Rickbeil went to the Northwest last week to spend some time on his new farm. Miss Stafford and Mrs. McAlpin wheel ed over from Cavalier on Thursday and called on several friends, Mrs. A.J. Goodall and Miss.McFar land attended the Christian Endeavor convention in Cavalier. One of Robert Simon's horses drop pad dead while at work on the plow. A broken blood vesel is supposed to have been the cause. Miss Rose Hedgson and S. T. McFar iiid wt-re the delegates chosen to repre sent us at the Suud.iy Srhool convention at Walhalla this week. Virulent Cc'.ncer Cured. Startling proof of a wonderful advance in medicine is given by druggist G. W. Roberts of Elizabeth, W. Va. An old man there had long suffered with what good doct'ors pronounced incurable incer. They believed his case hope less till he used Electric Bitters and applied Bucklen's Arnica Salve, which trea^nent completely cured him. Whfen Electric Bitters are used to expel bilious, kidney and microbe poisons at the same time this salve exerts its match less healing power, blood diseases, skin eruptions, ulcers and sores vanish. Bitters 50c, Salve 25c at T. R. Shaw. JOL1ETTE. The liveryman, C. Falcon, has been kept busy this week with transient busi ness. John Taylor and his hired man are at work building an office and otherwise improving the Victoria Elevator. The new addition to the hotel is nearly finished which will greatly increase the patronage and accommodation of fhe concern W. f. Harper, Wm. Taylor, M. D. As selstine, W. P. Storms, A. B. Purdy and J. S. Murphy leave on Friday, the 20th for the Canadian northwest looking for land. There will be an M. E. Sunday school picnic in Lane's grove on June 26th, to commence at three o'clock. Refresh ments will be served free to the mem bers of the school, and adults and child ren outside of the school will be charged 25 and 15 cents respectively. The following is a synopsis of the pro gram to be given at Joliette on Tuesday next High mass in the church at 10 V. V. V. V. V. V. V. V. Ti •:lr Ti Ti Ti Ti Ti :i Ti Cures all Kinds of Rheumatism, Matt J. Johnson, St. Paui, Minn. Dear Sirs—I have been a s.ifferer 1 Dan Flanagan went to Cavalier Tues day and took in the ball game. C. A. Appleton iwas around insuru' against all kinds of accidents and fat.. ties. Miss Fitzmaurice went to Grand Forks Tuesday to visit her brother at the uni versity. Miss Ada Switzer has returned home from Grafton, where she has been learn ing dressmaking. Miss Jessie Percival came over from Crystal on Sunday to visit parents and friends, returning the same day. School closed Tuesday lor two months vacation. Prol. Dilworth joes to Cana da to spend the holidays with his par ents. Crops of all kinds are well advanced, stock look sleek and fat, and the weath er is considered idal for this part of the At Grafton on Wednesday, Miss Jen uie Gillis of t'lis place was married to E. J. Rose of Minneapolis. Mr. Rose is iu the newspaper business in Minneapolis. Saved From An Awful Fate. "Everybody said I had consumption," writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, oi Chambers burg, Pa., "Iwas so low after six months of severe sickness, caused by Hay Fever and Asthma, that few thought I could get well, but I learned of the marvelous meiit of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, used it, and was com pletely cured." For desperate Throat and Lung Diseases it is the safest^ure. in the world, and is infallible for Coughs, Colds and Bronchial Affections. Gua ranteed bottles 50c and 11.00. Trial bottles free at T. R. Shaw, ••./.& Thia aigaafoi* oo«verrbox of tha genuine Laxative Bronio*Qiiiii' MMi tiM rtuiadj tha* MUM MTU-X *»•, 4A? Gents Straw Hats. Are now placed on our tables and if you want a cool, pretty, new style hat, the place to get one is at Full's. Ladies. We have just received another lot of fine white shirt waists, in the newest styles, at Full's store The long and short silk gloves CHAS. WE HAVE IS MATT J. JOHNSON'S Great Blood and Rheumatic Cure A 11 a«tsa« all Z. 6088 from Like a Drowning Man. "Five years ago a disease the doctors called dyspepsia took such hold of me that I could scarcely go."writes Geo. S. Marsh, well-know attorney of Nocona, Tex. "I took quantities of pepsin and other medicines but nothing helped me. As a drowning man grabs at a straw I grabbed at Kodol. I felt an improvement at once and after a few bottles am sound and well." Kodol is the only preparation which exactly reproduces the natural digestive juices and consequently is the only one which digests any good food and cures any form of stomach trouble. STOKESV1LLE. The Misses Burke visited friends in Park River this week. Jos. Fay went to Manitoba this week to look for more land. Cures all Kinds of Blood Trouble, Stillwater, Minn. rheumatism for eighteen years in my right leg and for the past two months have had it in my should, very bad. I was advieed to try your Rheumatism Cure. On using it I got relief at once and I take pleasure in recomu.endine it as the tincst rheumatism cure there is. and' in recommending it lo my lriends and all who are troubled that way. Respectfully, FRANK E. JOY. A PPFP TDI A I We guarantee 6088 to be free from all opiates, salicylates, *VLll ivi^ka-. irons, cocanes, und ail poisonous drugs. On tuking half a bottle and yon are not satisfied, rttnrn the bottle and your money will be refunded. FOR a .VLB AND GUARANTEED BY o'clock a. m., conducted by Rev. Father Arsenault picnic in P.iriseau's grove at 12 o'clock addresses at 2 p. m. by tal ented orators foot races, bicycle races, and many other attractions game of ball between Hamilton and Pembina at 4 o'clock. Refreshments will be served by the ladies of Altar society. All are invited. T, R, .SHAW, Pembina, Dangerous If Neglected. Burns, cuts and other wounds oiten fail 10 heal properly if neglected and become troublesome sores. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve prevents such consequences. Even where delay has aggravated the injury DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve effects a cure. "I had a running sore on my leg thirty years," says H. C. Hartly, Yan keetown, Ind. "After using many reme dies, I tried DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. A fewjjboxes healed the sore." Cures all skin diseases. Piles yield to it at once. Beware of couterlelts. For Those Who Believe In Signs. Sir Edwin Arnold contributes an enter taining article ot the July Delineator on the ceremonies attending the crowning ot King Edward, in the course of which he reclls a singlar incident that occurred at the cronwing of King George III. A large diamond fell from the crown of the choir to his throne in the chancel, and those who belived in such things as portents and previsions looked for some event presaged by the accident. They found it afterwards, to their own conten', in that separation of the American colonies from the mother country which was the beginning of the great United ^ntes (if to-day. IN COUNTY COURT. I 2 HON. ,I. D. WALLACE, Judge. •••••••••••••••••••••••••a Estate of Ludger Taillion. Hearing lud, proof of will made and same ad mitted to probate. Petition heard and ord'.r made ap pointing a guardian for Hugh Allen .Moffat, a minor. Estate of Bjaingerder Steinolfson. Hearing had and order made appointing Grimur Steinollson as administrator. Estate of L. C. Garwdod. Report of sale of real estate made and filed, and an order made approving same. Bond of guardian of Louise Foster ap proved and letters of guardianship is sued. Estate of Edward F. Holiiday. Hear ing had and administrator appointed. Bond approved anu leiiers issued. Estate of Amelia E. Thompson. Pe tition heard for the appointment of an administrator, de bonis non, and same granted. Joliefte Livery. The undersigned has put in a new livery at JolieUe anb will be pleased to furnish good driving rigs or care for transient teams We propose to give good sevlce,and ask for public patronage accordingly. *46 50.. CHARLES FALCON. F^thy Temples In India. vl'v Indian tem Sacred cows often defile ples, but wofse yet is a body that's pol luted by constipation. Don't permit it Cleanse your system with Dr. King's New Life Pills and avoid untold misery. They give livelv livers, active bowels, good digestion, fine appetite. Only 25c at T. R. Shaw's the druggist. Randolph St., Clj Vviifu. ln'ia PH|C1 yjL\ ure arborised ffTICCOtf ooottaote V» it.li t.111 l9C|1d and mitts, in black, white and cream, are just the thing summer wear. The place to get them is at Full's store. Another supply of ladies' and chilbren's black and red shoes just received at Full's store. You ought to try [Official Publication] Abstract oi" Statement. "or the year ending December 31. 1301, of the condition and affairs of tbe Pembina Connly Mutual lire Insurance Co., oi Hamilton. Pern I bina Co.. organized under the lawn of the State ,oi .North Diikota, miide lo the Commissioner Insurance of (lie State ol Noitii Dakota, in nui suimcu of the taws of said St .te. 1're ideul—Joseph .Mcrri^on. hecretan—Htnry Ge.- r. Principal Office— Hamilton, N D. Ar.oriie.y for Service iu the State of North Dakota: Com. ol Insuiauce. IS smarck. Commenced busings—August 2!ill ItO Balancf cash on hand -mil in batik -ecember 31 of pievious year Cash received as HTM payments of Policies issued during the year Cash received from notes taken during the year Cash received lrom assessments"of previoi.s years, Cash received from notes of pre vious years Total including balance DISBURSEMENTS. Return premiums ou New Policies.. Paid commissions to agents Paid Directors Paid Secretary, 890.00 including #77.50 tees Treasurer Postage Insurance Department fees Annual statement Filing Treas. bonds ... ...... Noiary Public Other incidental expenses! .".... .. .. Total amount of Disbursements. Total Assets including balance cash on hand. ... Total Liabilities POLICY EXHIBIT. Policies iu force Dec. 31 ol pre viousyear, 378 Policies issued during the year.. 158 A for soms of delicate maple cream at Full's. FULL'S, Cheap Store. the Wall Paper We have a and Paint. good, clean stock latest designs in wall ranging from 4 like es the to We want your, trade you to compare our with those fore placing work right, at Selected with care, for quality, o,-,..t..!TaJ,e 1.465 63 17 73 237 50 60 30 187 98 16 83 5 00 23 05 1 00 50 13 95 596 84 Balance cash on hand at end of i'ear- 668 79 ASSKTS OTHER THAN CASH. No.tea held first of year 600 Notes unpaid which were acquired during the year 90 87f 69 LIABILI1IBS. 877 09 874,162 00 165,936 00 Total, 536 540,0$ 00 Deduct No. Policies expired and ceased to be in force during the y«ar.......M... «t 10071 no No. ot Policies and amount in force at end oi year, viz: De cember 31, 1901....^. 475 483,527 CO STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA, 1 OF FLEX OF COMMLALONKB OF INSUBANCK. I IiFttd Lento, COTMnJssioner of Insuranoe 6t (he State of North Dakota do hereby certify that the foregoing ii twe abeltact of tt.e original statement now on llvio this office. .In Testinwny Whereof, I have hercu ito set my iMMtd Mid sfflxed tbe Seal of this oai. at Bis* •ttrck, this lstd«y of May A. D. 1902 Faan Lacfs, W. C. OILBVCATH, Commissioner of iiisannca. Deputy. of north siirance^a'nd^ 441 39 INCOME. 219 77 6 10 Total amount of cash re ceived during the year.. X.C24 24 HlS: 7**5' Ti TT ii of the paper. Prices 20 cents per roll, and would goods and pric of the SampJe Peddler your order. We can secure you a first class pa per hanger on sho-t notice WIID THE DRUG STORE. For Really Fine Groceries,! will do the right price. Get our prices on Paint Oil, White Lead, Brushes, Etc. purity al excellence, go and gener- to THOMPSON'S, THE GROCER, Good groceries are cheaper than cheap stuff at any price. DAKOTA. I OFT-ict OF COMMISSIONS OF INSUKANCE./ COMPANY'S CER-JIPICATE OF AUTHORITY. T„*V'?reasvTlle County Mutual Fiie Insuiance Company, of Hamilton, Pembina County, a corooration organized under' the laws of North Dakota, lias filed in this office a iHis-Vi'/''1! me'iU exhil,ilil,E •'ni tr. its condition and 3ear emihl- lV.,1- flY December 31st, 10 ,lie requirements a'e' of the business of Vv lienas ,ne said Company has tiled in tlii« ciri fi" certified copy ,,f it3 cha.ter 'rl un.h, ,.eoi organization in compliance -v -u tbtM. qu.remeiHs ol the lu.-urance laws :ore- Now Then fore, I, Ferd Leutz. Commissioner „J,r'i!:Ce of ",e St"le of cpr,ifv- Vi Vr0v 700 25 *orlh Dakota, ptir- 1 ^10"s of said laws, do hereby ceiiify thar the above Company is fullv em* ou®h l!s autllo«zed agents to traus- thlVL"'iPproPr'»Iebusiness of Fire Insurance in this state according to laws thereof, until the 31st day of December, A. D. 1902. In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my ^ary A *30? Bls?iarck- thIs 3rd day of Feb- FERD LEUTZ, Kl,,, Commissioner of Insurance. W C. GILBREATH, Deputy. v*yyvvvvvyv*v*¥vv*vv A fCary Safe Co. 1 BUFFALO,N.Y., U.S.A. -.. Manufacturers ol. FIRE AND BURGLAR1 PROOF 5AFES.. VAULTS, LOCKS, Etc, I I -V*-I u", -V w!KhK.VT -,c Contractors to the United States Government.