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Successors toW J.Kneaihaw.
jaw, Loans, Collections,
.", Probate Bnalnew,
fftoi/fcrfB itkeer,
Uiunnot
PEHB1M,
W. j. burke,
AlTOHNBY-ATVIiAW.
Bticceesor to N. O. Young. Seal eetate.loane
and. collections..
BATHGATB, HOBTH DAKOTA
A. THAGKER,1
AUCTIONEER. /,/ J|g
Particular attention to sales of Farm Property.
HAMILTON, NOBTH DAKOTA
Jt
H. 8NIDBB.
vJuly i.itiarAgs'ar «rcn»3-aBoi:
Calls night or day promptly attended, offlca at
Watson'sbarn.
MamUhm.
yjaL ai 1AATSI.
CHA8. E. HABBI8, E.
Phyalclan and finrgeon. Found at all boon
*°g» piofewlonally engaged, athiabfflce,
on Stutaman etreet at.
day time and at Ma real
dance on Cavil ear atnet at night.
PBHBXHA, JMOBTH DAKOTA
TI ST.i.
Office oyer the PIOHKKB EXFRXBS.
Office honrS—8S0 to 18:00 a. m„ 1:00 to 5:00 p.
tn. All other time* when necewary.
BMBIKA,
nr.
& 'onday of each*month.
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SOHDUMAM, XoaxaHnLMB.
DAK.
"WexdUna. Peat. 2Te. 3.2. a-. JL. Z%.
Berular meetlnga every seoond and fourth
Adlntant PoatCommander
-tola* Xiodc*, a* Ufc..-C1
Bwular'niMtingaln tb'e evening* of first and
Hrd ?ri?-ayJ.9i
6Very
Vlaltlng Brethren
[n good atandlng are Invited,v: .?
W. C, SBOBT,
Secretary. W.
^waea.1&laa«. ILedc* lAO, Jk.. O. "CT. "W,
-Meets every firrt and third Tneeday of the
Honth.
OW.P***B«W,
Si® F. A. HART
Beoorder, M. W,
J*mW.aa Oasapi, 3377, ^7-.
•, Meet every Second and Pourth Monday. VI.
ting neighbors cordially invited
7T. E. CoAts,
Clerk.
P. M. KIRS,
V. o,
^^hVfetouy in4i: ^4 v,
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Bvotluwhood of American Teomen.
A** every second snd1 fourth Friday of each
P. BOOKSK,
Correspondent^
ril
i.*!? )»vf .t 'iP. M. KINO,
Foreman,
Tir ,jJ0 =^rw»» «e«oaa.o*.
In .i
l^*aete av«*y
Second and Fourth Wednesdav
MBS. M. J.SWITZBB
Recorder.
SPwattbliM, SapaurtaMzxc.
•seta every First and Third Tuesday of the
secretary. Chief.
J,!f, *#thodi«t Epiioopal Church.
1 8 a in
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I wmmm--^CIm
sfU Contract for larsje lot's
and goods delivered
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Consumption
S 730 p.
e-en'ng:
Rav. JBPHCOTT, Pastor.,
Grace Church, Pembina.
lyBBySUNpAT-SchOol 18 o'clock, EVen
™"f and 8ermon 7:30P. c"^
Stand Sermon7:MP^cldbPwtW &1.'
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a hort notice. '.Orders can
15 'eftattiiePioneer BakeryJ•
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^Mf^dloir%ntl,rathpr',h^ge.
.Ouis La Rose has finished a cellar (or
Vltewte he expects to built} n-.xt spring
tie,obtained good w^ter on the lot.
Jas. Henry expects to build next spring
and go into business. Mr. Fred Pari&eau
also intends to/moveto Joliette and run
a fruit and conectionery store. "vi.
Among the improvements tfiat will:
come with wsiiyn.weather is the levelling
of F!ro«t street and placing of tilings for
damage. jgjpjj^ v' a }j^
.!A great many people have heard that
thie water in Joliette was typhuid Mr,
J. L. Pariseau.as township health officer,
hid the waters ot six wells examined
With the result that two only were found
to contain, the typhoid germ. Tlie ex
aminers recommendgfi the use.: of brick
curbing. The infected wells will be
closed until all dangeV is removed.
Paul Lefebore came home .from St
Boniface hospital last Thursday, having
recovered from a, three tnpnth's sickne'i
of tybhoi&^
If you feel ill and need a pill.
Why not purchase the best?.
fl^-DeWitt's: Early ^Risers
,|||Are. little surprisers,
Take one—they, do the. rest.U 'v
W. H. Howell, Houston, Tex.^ writies
—I have used Little Early Riser Pills in
my lamiiy for constipation, sick head
ache, etc. To their use I am indebted
for the health «f my family.
BOWES VkONT
A*\Buck spent Thanksgiving at Graf
ton.
A reception on Wednesday evening of
last week at the home of John Halcrow.
Mr. James Thomson has been to the
Rainy River country and has secured a
farm on his credentials of having been
a captain in Her Majesty's service.
Pnnlahment/In ferala.
Among the Persians the, usual mode
of punishment is the bastinado, from
which men of the highest rank are not
exempt. It is inflicted with very
great
severity, frequently so as to render the
sufferer almost a cripple for life. The
victim is thrown upon his face and each
foot Is passed through a. loop of strong
cord attached to a pole, Which Is raised
boiizoiitally by' men, who, twisting it
round, tighten' the ropes and render
the feet Immovable. Two executioners
then strike the sole alternately with
switches of the pomegranate tree well
steeped in water to render them sup
ple. A store of these switches is gen
erally ready for use to the pond which
adjoins the courtyards of the houses of
the great. The punishment frequently
lasts for an hour or until ttye unfortu
nate victim faints from pain.
WEEDS
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a liiumaii
weed flourishing best iji weak
lungs. Lijce other weeds it's
asily destroyed while young
vhen old, sometimes im
possible.
Strengthen the lungs as you
would weak land and the
weeds will disappear. 'S*
The best lung fertilizer is
Scott's Emulsion. Salt pork
is good too, but it is very hard
to digest.
time to treat consump*
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Emerson, Manitoba.
THE? BANK OFOTTAWfl
^ESTABLISHED 1874., ftt'- BErr'
HE A D|Q FFIC E: 30TTAW A, CANADA.
•B®f^Capital,l^$2,000,000.00
jEMBRSON' BRANCH
FACTORY LOADEtJ SHptOUff, Jtt#
Ll^NewRlv^
'TCeader*
JnP^ you for jre^fishdt^f '-^0
.•''V munitio%
buy Wi|ibhest^ Facfoiev
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Guess No. i'
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With each purchase guess the name of the bride, in
our stofe,jknd the one who will name correctly will aeceive
this'h'andsome bride,
person making the nearest guess of the weight
of the large sack hanging in front of our store will receive
a!,handsome Wicker Rocking Chair. Ciuess with purchase.
The boy||who will make the most words out of the let- OO
ters contained in the sentence, "full Seljs Christmas OO
Goods," will receive a nice game. WW
We have a grand display of Christmas
goods now spread upon our tables, consist
ing of Albums, Dressing Cases, Toilet Sets,
Vases, Cu|s|atvd $aiicers, Lamps, Dolls, Pho- XX
to Holders, Cut Glass Goods, Water Sets, OO
Toys,'[Christmas Candies, Etc. Etc.
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No. 2.
J.Y
CHAS. FULL'S.
III County Court/
STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA,|
Conntp of Pembina.
In County Court, heloie the Hon. •!. D. Wul
lace, Judfje,
In the matter of ih&f etate of Archibald Mc
Maeter. decenhoil
Dougald McMttttci, administrator.
Petitioner,
vs.
John McLean, as administrator of the eetnte of
•James McMaster, decensed, Doogald McMaster,
Elien• •Clark, nee McMaster, Eapnemia Tietgens.
nee McMastar, Victor E. Clark, a minor, Bessie
E. Clark, a minor, and Ira D. Clark, the" father
and custodian of said minors, and Paul Will
iams, special guardian of said minors,
Kespondentg.
Notice and Citation for hearing final account.
The Stale of North Dakota to the above named
respondents.
You, the said respondents, and iv:
10*
rtahd-Offler,Oratid
—Notlise is peieb
7
are hereby notified that the final account of the
administrator of the estate of Archibald Mc
Master, late of the township 01 Cavalier, In the
county of Pembina and state, oi North Dakota
deceased, .has been rendered to this court, there
in showing that the estate ot said deceased is
ready for final settlement and distribution, and
petitioning that his account be allowed, the rexl
doeof said estate be distributed to the persons
thereunto'entitled, hi* administration Closed and
he be discharged .that VYeduesday. the 2th day
of December, A. D. 1902,.n.t 2 o'clock in the., af
ernoon oi that day. at the court rooms of this
Court in the couri houne ln the city of Pembina,1
county ofiPembina-and-siate of North Dakota,
has b«en appointed by this court for ihe settle
meht thereof at Which time and place any per
son interested in said estate way appear and
tHe his exceptions in writing to said accouut
nAtitin«i and An«ii. A
petitinn and contelt (lic tame.
And you, the above uanit d'.respondents, and'
each of you, are hereby tci aud requlredithen
and tht-re to be untivftpiwai: b^forf this. «ouri,
anUshaw cause, if any you have, "why stiid ac
connt oball not be allowed, the Tesidue or sa d'
..
»««•.
pi the Court-
'.iwPc.j
1.
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Kortgife romloinnanir.
Notice is hereby ?iven that thai certain M'rt
gage. executed and delivered by James A. Bta
com and Mary Beucom. his wif«, mougrasors
L. F. Kastou, mortgagee, dated ihe 5th "duv of
September. 1901. and tiled tor r«o.ord in tlu office
of the Benister of Deeds of the Countv oi I'em
blna and State of North Dakota on thV. 3: th-dav
of January, 1902. at 1:3Q o'clock p. m. and re
corded in Book 85 of Mortgages, at pag« 14 and
assigned by said mortgagee to \rthur D. War- S
ner and Earle F. Andrus, will be foreclosed by
»Baleol the premises in such mortgage and
hereinafter described, at the front door ol the
Court house in the City ol Pemoina, in the Coun
ty of Pembiua
and Stale of North Dakota at the
hour of 2 o'clock p. m. on the 6th duy or Decern
her, 1902, to satlefy the amount due upon said
mortgage on the day of sale.
The premises described in said mortiiiita.' and
which will be sold to satisfy the same, are those
certain premises situated in the Couuly of Peui
binaana State of North JDakota, described
•9 to*witJ The .w«ufchciist one quarter
(sej4)of sectioii eev ii towrship one hundred
and eixty(160), range fifty-one(5i), west a* (he 5th
P. Mm-in.Pembina county, Nortii 'Dak^i^:
Th^re will be dne on each Mortgage at the
date- of eaJe tbe sum of three hundred an sev
enty-ftve dollars and five cents. ($875.05)
Dated Q.etober 24th, 1902.
WAKNER & ANDSUS,
"1% Assignees ol Mnrt^aaee. •. •••vii
.»«„ F- QUACKENBCI-U & HART
17-83 Attorneys for Mortesgee'
-1
?,'•? iff sal® of Land.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That in oursd-',t
jtneaeof an Order made on the S4tn day tjfNovetor
1er, X. 0.1902, By Hon. D. Wallace. Judift? of
the County Court, within and for said Connri.of.T?
Pembina anu State of North Dakota. The nnder
signed, theadministrator, de-bonia.tio-n i
estate of Amelia E Thompson., late or--the sliv.,
of Pembina, in the county oi Petnbhia and state
augste
Oudfeeor toMtyOo'ur
y:-V^
naUNMf ,j DaiuMa,Abd dt^ribed I
«*IJI *u vwiwifiitv Tfynfl
mbBr. A. D. 100i,
alt 40 o'clock in the
that day, at the, (rout aoor'18^:
day of December. A. lMtM tko^loc*4n?l»
fonnoon of that day, at (tie (rout aoor'
ss& steAJsgeBi'-
ivbislhg in the Clty of
Wa and State of.
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