EAST & SOUTH
F. C. WARNKH, I Chu.
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Fee, G. P. A
Agent. I II. PAUL, MINK.
GREAT NOBTHtHN BT. VINCENT.
Freight departs. 9:15 am
Passenger arrives. 1:00
do departs 8:15p
T. (JCACKBNBNSH. F. A. HABT.
Successors to W. J. Kneeshaw.
Law, Loans, Collections, Insurance.
ROLETTE STB EER, PEMBINA.
Successor to N.C. Young. Real estate, loans
BATHGATE, VOB.TH DAKOTA.
Particular attention to sales of Farm Property.
HAMILTON, NORTH DAKOTA
J, H. SNIDER,
•V.hl'X'JBaBKaTJLB'g BXJ jaO-EOXt
Calls night or day promptly attended. office at
CHAS. B. HA BR £8, E.
Physician and Surgeon. Found at all hours
when not professionally engaged, at his office,
on Stutsman street at daytime and at his resi
dence on Cavileer street at night.
PSUBINA, NORTH DAKOTA
W. H. FALLOON.
Office over the PIOHEIB EXPRESS.
Office honre—8S0 to 12:00 a. m„ 1:00 to 5:00 p.
m. All other times when necessary.
WexdeA Posit, No.
Regular meetings every second and fourth
Monday of each month.
3. G. SoMDKHHAN, MoBlg HLLUB.
Adlutant. Post Commander.
i1slaal«dfe,2, A. T.AA.M.
wagnUr meetings in tbe evenings of first and
thlrdFriday of every month. Visiting Brethren
In good standing are invited.
3?®Eo."bisa.ek. X^dge llO. A. ©. "C- "W.
Meets every first and third Tuesday of the
GEO. PETKBPON, F. A. HABT^
Recorder, M. W.
Fambla a Oarap, 3377, &C. "W. A.
Meet every Second and Fourth Monday. Vi
tlng neighbors cordially invited.
F. M. Klira,
Brotherhood of Amerioan Teomen.
Meet* every second and fourth Friday of each
E. D. BOOKM, F. M. KINO,
33egfss at BwMr.
Meets every /Second and Fourth Wednesdav.
Mas. W. J. KNBBSHAW, MRS. M. J.SWITZKB
*0, of H. Recorder.
VesalMaa VIM Sspattaaeat.
Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the
'FELBOK, J. D. WLXLAFF,
Kethodlafe Spiieopal Churoh.
|3tJNDAY SERVICES:—Epworth League 11
a.m. Sunday Sohool 12 m. Preaching730p.
m. every Sunday.
PRAYER MEETING each Thursday evening
at 8:00 o'clock.
Rev. JEPHCOTT, Pastor.,
Grace Ohnroh, Pembina.
BUND A Y—Bchool IS o'clock. Even
song and Sermon 7:80 v. ir. Choir Practice Fri
evening* at 7:80. w. WATSON, Rector.
Contract for large lots
taken and goods delivered
on short notice. Orti can
be left at thePioneer bakery
Ice delivered to any part
wherein thecouty. What yeu »a7fon«t«rlu
Daythemoatkly AKM. Ho otkerpayaMatshaTe
Our enterprising green-grocer, Kir.
Kobbins, is doing a big business in his
line. His vegetables are all: right.
Messrs. R. Long and Jas. Bellamy
were in the neighborhood the other day,
in the interests of the intended hospital
A plowing bee took place on the farm
of Mrs. Tully last week, when a large
number of teams did good work.
The farmers here are nothing if hot
optimistic. They are nearly as well
pleased to see the great patches of fresh
ly plowed "fallow lea" which are every
where in evidence as they would be if
those same patches were covered with
goldeii grain. The eye of faith looks far.
It Need* a Tonic.
There are times when your liver needs
a tonic. Don't'give purgatives that gripe
and weaken. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
expel all poison from the system and act
as tonic to the liver. W. Scott, 531 High
land ave., Milton, Pa.says: "I have car
ried DeWitt's Little Early Riserawith me
for several years and would not be with
out them."Small and easy to take pure
ly vegetable. They never gripe or dis
The six year old twin boys of Attorney
Robert Ferguson, while playing in the
barn on Sunday morning, set the build
ing on fire and it was totally consumed.
The little boys, finding they could not
put out the fire they had started, ran
away and hid in acorn field and were
not found until after the fire, and in con
sequence there was great anxiety for
fear they had been overcome by smoke,
remained in the building and been con
sumed with it.
His Sight Threatened.
"While picnicking last month my 11-year
old boy was poisoned by some weed or
plant," says W. Dibble, of Sioux City,
la. "He rubbed the poison off hjs hands
into his eyes and for awhile we were at
raid he would lose his sight. Finally a
neighbor recommended DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve. The first application helped
him and in a lew days he was as well as
ever for skin diseases, cuts burns, scalds,
wonds, insect bites. DeWitt's Whitch
Hazel Salve is sure cure. Relieves piles
at once. Beware of counterieits.
The farmers ate all so busy harvesting,
they feel too tired even to come out to
Clturch oh Sundays.
Miss Minnie McConnell of Mugford,
visited friends here last week.
The threshermen are getting their rigs
in readiness for the season's work.
The Elora correspondent in last week's
paper evidently wishes to impress the"
public with the fact that he has a leaning
towards poetry by the use of quite a
poetical effusion, in his items, but be
tween the the lines it seemed to say, "He
•Picked-Me-Up' in an English paper."
Look Pleasant, Please.
Photographer C. C. Harlan, of Eaton,
O., can do so now, though tor years he
couldn't, beaause he suffered untold
agony from the worst form of indigestion.
All physicians and medicines failed to
help him till he tried Electric Bitters,
which worked such wonders for him that
he declares .they area godsend to suffer
ers from dyspepsia and stomach troubles,
Unrivaled for diseases of the Stomach,
Liver and Kidneys, they build up and
give new life to the whole system. Try
them. Only 50c. Guaranteed by T. R.
Shaw the druggist.
Neil McEwen made a short visit to his
parents here last week.
Herbert Goodall spent several days
last week in Grand Forks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Graves drove over
to Crystal on Sunday last
Mrs. H. Wohlnick was over from Cav
alier last week visiting her friend, Mrs.
Mrs. J. H. Salter and Miss R. Hodg
son drove to Cavalfer on Tuesday ot
Miss Jameson, who has spent some
time with the Goodajl's, returned to
Pembina on Thursday. Mr. Archie
and Miss Minnie Goodall returned with
her and visited here over Suuday.
Harvest has started, with favorable
weather, and good heavy grain, which
in some parts is badly beaten down, ow
ing to the heavy rain which fell some
time ago, making cutting very difficult
While Mrs. Seitz was feeding a call
tied out on a long rope one day last
week, the animal became frightened and
ran around her, catching her feet in the
rope and throwing her heavily to the
ground in such a manner that her anklet
was dislocated, and both- bone$ ^of the
leg broken just jabove the. ankle. Dr.
Farrow was called in to set the injured
limb, and Her many friends will be glad
to learn that she is now resting as easily
as possible under the circunvt^c^^ ..
FUrtohtf Separator for (Hoo.'u
In order to close up the estate my
lather, I will sell one: S&nct) Farqub
separator, in good condition, for llOQtii jj
Just the thing for a giUoline engine or
horsepower. E. D. Bdoker. d-7
''...'r.'JL'^'^'Vii •)«i'^.^v^.-: L-
Harvesting is gerieraHhis week,v 'VI
Miss Minnie. McCorin^ll was visiting
with friends at Neche last week.
To My Friends*
It is with joy I tell you what Kodol did
for me. I was troubled with my stomach
for several months. Upon being advised
to use Kodol, I did so, and words can
not tell the good it has done me. A
neighbor had dyspepsia so that he had
tried most everything. I told him to use
Kodol. Words of gratitude have come
to me from him because I recommended
it.—Geo. W. Fry, Viola, Iowa. Health
and strength, of mind and body, depend
on the stomach, and normal activity of
the digestive organs. Kodol, the great
reconstructive tonic, cures all stomach
and bowel troubles, indigestion, dyspesia.
Kodol digests any good food you eat
Take a dose after meal. T. R. Shaw,
A. H. Anderson, photographer. Pem
bina gallery open first and third Mon
days of each month. Best work at rea
sonable rates. tf
The undersigned has put in a new
livery at Johetie anb will be pleased to
furnish good driving rigs or care for
transient teams. We propose to give
good sevice.and ask for public patronage
*46 50. CHARLES FALCON.
The Good Roads Exhibition to be
given free at the Minnesota State Fair,
Hamline, September 1st. to 6th. will be
worth to you the the cost of attendance.
See Great Northern Agent about low
rates in effect.
A Necessary Precaution.
Don't neglect a cold. It is worse than
unpleasant. It is dangerous. By using
One Minute Cough Cure you can cure
at once. Allays inflammation, clears the
head, soothes and strengthens the muc
ous membrane. Cures coughs, croup,
throat and lung troubles. Absolutely
safe. Acts immediately. Children like it.
ALL WERE SAVED.
"For years I suffered such untold mi
sery from Bronchits," writes J. H. John
ston, ol Broughtou, Ga., "that often I
was unable to work. Then, when every
thing else failed, I was wholly cured by
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump
tion. Myt wife suffered intensely from
Asthma, till it cured her, and all our ex
perience goes to show it is the best Croup
medicine in the world." A trial convince
you it's unrivaled for Throat and Lung
diseases. Guaranteed bott:es 50c .md
81.00. Trial oottles ire- atT. R. Shaw.
Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No Cure, No Pay.
Price, 25 cents.
Everyone should attend the Minnesota
State Fair, which opens at Hamline,
Minn. September 1st. Tbe Good Roads
Exhibition ^iven ftee will especially in
terest many of our readers. Very ^heap
rates to the Twin cities vi 1 Great North
ern Railway. See aj ent lor particulars.
Farmers and shippers^who huve sent
their grain in pa-t years to Wm. Dal
rymple, Minneapolis and Duluth, have
found that he secures for them best
grades and prices with lowest dockages.
Being satisfied with his responsibility
and business methods miny are consign
ing their best grain to him either at Du
luth or Minneapolis. 7 9
This is the opportunity our readers
have been* looking lor. Visit the Twin
Cities and the State Fair, September 1st.
to 6th. One railroad fare.and 50c takes
you to the Twin Cities and return, and
admits you to the Fair grounds. See the
Good Roads Exhibition free. Ask Great
Northern a*ent fot other information.
SHORTHAND AND OFFICE
Governor. Mayor Bankm* Uafoti and
FCWMMS MCMtO PMMAMMTES.
Boomer,SCIMQInowin Be—toa stwlente
F. UUM WAYHM.
Remember time flies,
come at once to
In accordance with Section 740 of the
General School Laws of North Dakota,
the next regular examination of appli
cants for teachers certificates will be
held in the Public School Houses of
Hamilton and Pembina August 29 and 30
190g. Examinations begin at 9 a. m.
W, J. Alexander,
Co. Supt. of Schools.
Pembina, Aug. 4th, 1902. 5-7
Reading Circle Examination.
Reading circle examinations will be
held at same places Aug. 30,1902.
TN DISTRICT COURT.
Seventh Judicial District.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,)
County of Pembina.
William H. Shead end Betsey
She&d, his wire, Welter L. Co
uitnglity as executor of theestate
of Hugh Conaugbty, deceased,
and all other perooua unknown,
claiming any estate or interest in,
or Lien or incumbrance upon the
property described in the Com
plaint, and their unknown heirs,
IN COUftTV COURT.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA.
In County Court, before Hon J. D. Wallace,
In the Matter ot tbe Estate of Louis Vantomme
Joseph P. Larigne, Admi nis
Rosalie Vantomme, ''widow,"
Leon Vantomme, a minor,
Victor Vantomme, a minor,
Madeline Vantomme,a minor,
Gabriella Vantomme,a minor
and Pan! Vantomme,a minor.
and CharlesC. Keller, special
juardiau for said minors,and
all other persons interested in
y^Ve have opened about %o|lcases of& New
Fall 0ood5. A finer assortment of goods has
been offered to the Pembina- people.
Newest styles in Dress Goods, Silks, Dress Trimmings, etc^f
A fine line of Gents' Shirts, Ties. Collars, Underwear, etc.
A pretty assortment of Children,s Felt Hats, newest styles.*
We are closing out a line of Children's Dresses at greatly
reduced prices. On our Bargain Tables will be found a fine
line of Figured Velvets, very latest styles, worth $1.20, for
76c per yard. We have a few pieces of the job lot of
left that we are selling at 50c and 75c per yard. Carp ts,
R^g£»jGjjirtains^Curt8in^Poles and Fittings in great variety.
ing Final Ac
count and Dis
The State of North Dakota to the above named
You, and each of you, the said respondents,
are hereby notified that the final account of the
Admiul-tra'or of the Estate of Louis Vantomme,
late or the Township of Joliette, in the County
of Pembina and State of North Dakota, deceas
ed, has been rendered 10 this Court, therein
showing that the estate ot said deceased is ready
for final settlement and distribution, and petit
ioning that hi* account be altowed, the residue
of said estate be distributed to the persons there
unto entitied, his administration closed and he
to be discharged that Monday, the 6th day of
October! A. D. 1902, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon
of that day, at the court rooms of this court, in
the court nonse in the city of Pembina, in the
county of Pembina and state of North Dakota,
has been duly appointed bv this court for the
settlement thereof, at which time and place any
erson interested in said estate mav appear ana
le his exceptions in writing to said account and
petition and contest the same.
And you, the above named respondents, and
each of yon, are hereby cited and required then
and there to be and appear before this court,and
SEAL Judge of tbe County Court.
hotter of mortgage Sale,
Nonce ts hereby given, that that certain real
estate mortgage, executed and delivered by
Thomas Mclnnls and Qraee Hclnnis, his wife,
mortgagots. to W. H. Randall and H. L. Norton,
mortgagees, dated the 19th day of December, A.
I). 18S6. and filed for record In the office of tbe
Begisteer of Deeds, of the County of Pembina
and state of North Dakota, on the SMth day of
December, A. D. 1896, at 9 o'clock a.m.i ana was
duly recorded in book "88" of mortgages, on
*885, 587 and 588." will be foreclosed .by a
of the premises In encb mortgage and here
inafter described, at the front door.of the oourt
house. In the city of Pemblua In the county* of
Pembina and 'state of Noith Dakota. at the hoar'
of ten o'clock a.m.. on fte 4tH dayof October, A.
D. 1902, to satisfy the amount due upon'euch
mortgage on the day of sale,: the premises de
•cribed in inch mortgage, and winch will to
sold to satisfy the same, are described as fol
low*: Lots numbered thirteen (IS), fomteen (14),
fifteen (15) and sixteen (16), all in block nam
bered fourteen (M). In ttMorignial town ofBam
tlton, in thc county of Pembina and state of
North Dakota- aooordlng to the original- plat of
•aid town, on flle and of reoord in the oflce of
the aald Regieter of Deeds, within and for MU
Tbe State of North Dakota to the above name
You, and each of you, are hereby summoned
to answer the complaint in this action, aud to
serve a copy of your answer npon tbe subscribers
within thirty (30) days after tne service of this
summons npon yon. exclusive of the day of ser
vice and in cuse of your failure appear or an
swer, judgment will be taken against you bv
default for the relief demanded the complaint.
Dated at Pembina, N. D., August 16th, A. D.,
QUACKENBUSH & HART.
Plaintiffs Attorneys, whose office and post office
address is PeinUna. North Dakota.
Take notice that the complaint in the above
entitled action wns filed in the office of tbe
Clem of the District Court within and for the
Count) of Pembina and State of North DaKOta.
on tbe 35th day of August, A. D. 2902.
QUACKENBUSH & HART,
8-14 Plaintiffs Attorney.
any you have, why said acconnt
shall not be allowed, the residue of said estate
distributed, the administration of said estate
closed and said administrator discharged.
Dated this 23rd day ot August, A. D. 1902,
COUNTY) By the Court:
COUHT D, ALLAOB.
Pembina, North Dakota. There will
at »e date of eale Ur
Dated Au^.»,A.p. 1M9.
W. H. Kendall andH L.Mortcaa,
UMOkenbosli* Han, .,v- Startftimt
i' at any price.
This seems to be a time of
-no doubt it is a striking
time. If your liver is on
a strike, get some good
to act on the arbitration
THE DRUG STORE.
University of North Dakota
GRAND FORK5, N. DAK.,
will open for its Nineteenth Annual Session, TUESDAY, SEPT. 23
ENTRANCES XANIMATIONS. TUESDAY. SEPT. S3.
The University is the oldest and best equipped educational institution in
the state. Library, Museum and
ing for Biology, Chemistry, aitu Sdiool
Law CoUe of
ortories are uuusally complete.
The standard of scholarship in all department's equal to that of the oldest
institutions in the country. TUITION FREE except in College of LaW
BOARD—with room, heated, lighted and fur iished, including bath use
of laundrv, etc., $3.50 A WEEK. The total expenses for the
year need not exceed $145. (See atalogue
NEW FOUR STORY SCIENCE HALL—A
Eectrieal Engineering. Ail lmtl«lin^» .loit-.-.i by stvum an»l l'glite«1' bv
College i»f Arts iv No ma! ^oJI College of
Commerce School of Ph irmacy Pre
paratory Department Short Courses in Applied
Science Special Winter Courses are provided
For further information and catalogue address.
WEBSTER MERRIFIELD, President, University, N. D.
For Really Fine Groceries,
j! Selected with care, for quality, purity and gener- I
at excellence, go to
THOMPSON'S, THE GROCER,
Qood groceries are cbeaper than cheap
100 Registered Hsrafards—50 RiElstered Stod-
Ji TO BB SOLO ATPUBUC AUCTIOIf '"'V'*
NEW MECHANIC ARTS BUILDING—lr«r
Mer' aiir and
chan cai and hl.ctrical E.-
vincering College of riiirng Engineering Thp
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