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lew* -K- 1'. I I? Disastrous :'v*i Q: Ate ft ••••ryX 'jM iVfxtv'r'- 8%?-:: Wrack*. ^jjSap^eMuesa fa responsible for many a railway wreck and the same causes are making human wrecks of sufterers from Throat and Lung troubles. But since the advent of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, even the worst„cases can be cured, and helpless re9^tti|^ is no longer neces sary M«£®^ragg of Dorchester, whose life was save 1 by Dr. Kind's Nt-w Discovery This great rciuooy is u.ii.uncel (r =11 Throat and Lung diseases by T. R. Shaw, the druggist, ties free. Price 50c and $1 Trial bot- Commissioners' Proceedings. Continued from page 5. ty treasurer of Pemiina county, North Dakota, to fill the unexpired term oj VV. A Murphy, deceased. On motion it was resolved that the bond of the county treasurer be fixed at S50.0C0. Board adjourned until 9am October 24th, 1903. Board met as per adjournment. Present full board. Checking of treasurer and county aud itor's books completed from January l«t, 1903, to October 15ih, 1903. We find that the balance on hand January 1st, 1903, was $ 66,739 01 Collections for the above per iod 175,52300 Payments for the same period 210,304 27 Leaving a balance on hand Oct. 15, 1903, of 31,957 74 which funds are deposited as iollows as appears irom the certified statements of the tliftrrent banks: First Bnk of Cavalier $ 2,274 46 First National Bank of Drayton 3,512 43 Citizens Bank of Drayton 2,217 46 Farmers State Bank of St Tho mas 2,155 11 First National Bank of St Tho mas 2,745 07 Bank of Hamilton, including 2 warrants. No. 7300 and 860, in hands of treasurer and not paid 2,244 42 Bathgate State Bank 1,896 29 Bank oi Neche 2,570 29 First Bahk of Crystal 2,063 15 Citizens Bank ot Walhalta 3,947 49 First Bank of Walhalla 2,256 87 Merchants Bank of Pembina... 3,859 10 Checks, currency, nickels and dimes and other cash vou chers on hand 215 60 Total 31,957 74 Board adjourned until 2pm October 24th, 1903. Board met as per adjournment. Present full board. Minutes read and approved. Board adjourned until Ham Wednes day, October 28th, 1903. Approved: Sig Sigurdson, Attest: Chairman. Swain Thorwaldson, County Auditor. Oct. 28th, 1903, Board met as per adjournment. Present Geo Taylor, Abe Cox. Joseph Morin and F. C. Myrick. On motion duly seconded and carried Geo Taylor was elected chairman, pro tem. On motion the temporary bond of Anderson, county treasurer, was ap proved. Resolved that the county auditor noti fy the several county depositories that Frank Anderson has been duly ap pointed county treasurer and properly qualified as such. Board adjourned until 7 pm. Board met as per adjournment. Same members present. Board proceeded to check up receipts which have been made from Oct 16th to 28th, inclusive, under supervision of the county auditor and find that $5,498.60 has been collected during said period as follows: 1902 tax receipts No 4755 to 4892 inclusive 4961 73 1901 tax receipts No 5939 to 5943 inclurive 43 12 1900 tax receipts No 6471 to 6475 inclusive 53 72 1899 tax receipts No 6337 to 6338 inclusive.... 37 95 1898 lax receipts No 6828 to 6829 inclusive ... 31 67 1895 tax receipts No 6295 6 90 Miscellaneous receipts No 1845.. 30 00 Redemption receipts No 3828 to 3830, inclusive 333 57 Total 5498 66 The county auditor turned the above amount over to the county treasurer, Anderson, taking his receipt for the £$£ same. if'if Board adjourned until 9 a .n Oct 29th, 1903. -tT 5 £i. y-v'v Board met as per adjournment^-' Some members present. Resolved that the county depositories be notified through the county auditor to transfer the county balance now on hjUidi deposited by W A Murphy, county treas urer, to an account to be known ••Pwbina County, by Anderson, rTrwoorer." Resolved that the issuance of'county jJpwffcnfUo 7386 to Spriggs BUMS in the Thar* la no RmMM Ume or Ammonia in too* mad* wim rowan nvar— Kraakeaoura food* Unclaimed Letters. Ernest Lacasse —, Svan Lavenson Claude Smith—E. M. Wilson—Andrew Weir—Wm. A. Towel—Seymour Smith Lena Spangelo—|ames Russell—Violet Harris—Anna Oiss ri, cure of William Gardner—Mrs. Nettie Krtiger—William Hormer—O. M. inlund—Frank Hend ripkson -Conrad Hilman* E. K. C.W1LEBR, P. Mi, P'-tn!)ina, N. D. plant be and the same ed and also coumy is hereby approv warrant Airs ProudUivi-. a inw No 7389 to .n.-.- unty poor, for 930. The following bills w--rt? audited and allowed: Sig Sigurdson, services as r'bmtnr and mileage 43 00 Abe Cox, services as commr and mileage 58 50 Swain Thorwaldson, services in treasurer's office 13 days un der direction ol county board 68 50 Myrick, services as commr and mileage 64 00 Geo Taylor, services as commr and mileage 59 60 |oseph Morin, services as. commr and mileage and transportat ion county poor 33 15 Anderson, postage ami post age due stamps 5 49 Freight nd expressage 31 18 Cash advanced to bailiff 2 00 Cash advanced on ireight bill 13 30 Cash advanced to labor on the courthouse, Geo Hunting.... 7 90 Cash adva ced to Bisailon for labor on court house 11 25 Cah advanced to Green building chimney 41 10 Cash ndvanced to W Ray building chimney.. 41 10 Cash advanced toN Styles for work on court house 19 50 Cash advanced to Paul La fromboise tor work on court house 4 50 Cash advanced to W'M Prince stenographer 14 50 15 days as deputy treasurer and 12 days as assistant treas urer.... 81 00 Fargo Bridge & Iron Co, balance on bridge contract 50 per cent 4416 00 Upon recommendation of the city as sessor, resolved that the assessment ot block 3, city of Pembina, be reduced per cent by reason of erroneuus assess ment tor the ygars 1800, 1901, 1902 and 1903 knd that the origiual taxes be ac cepted on that basis. Minutes read and approved. Board adjourned until Nov 12th, 1903. Approved: George Taylor, Chairman, pro tem. Attest: Swain Thorwaldson, Couuty Auditor. The Youth's ^Companion in 1904. As the years increase The Youth's Companion endeavors to keep pace with them in all that is wise, beautiful and progressive, and not only to retain but to deserve the honorable and exceptionally high place it holds in the confidence and affection of three generations of readers. The greatest living authors in all branch es of literature continue to contribute to it. Among the important series oi arti cles will be one on the occupation oi the farmer in many parts of the world—in England, in Ireland, in India, in Argen tina, etc. The new subscriber for 1904 will re ceive all the issues of The Companion for the remaining weeks of 1903 free from the time of subscription also The Com panion Calendar for 1904, lithographed in twelve colors and gold. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, 144 Berkeley St. Boston, Mass. WHITE ORCAUAT OF OUR [CFj^SSSmia 'vUlMfHY WHEAT SHOULD SELL AT OVER A DOLLAR SHIP us ssjysgs&r? Mranees on oonsignmenU. CAP.VSORPUliS Ommd (Mlkia«. PrindpalBnSeW^tTp Mb Slie"No.SI" IF Hotter* Chattel Mortfa«a Sale. tun Ana WhitNi one John Kobler did on tM And day reVrakry, A.D. MM mike hte mortgsge of the following dmn to-wit: One two-bor»e-iower Olib ine, complete with Unk and pipe eMfaqtonr, Buffalo BiMnt Maat ObnpOer, oom- nto tote one mounted above to King 4 Booker, to aecure tbe payment of tho earn of IVo Hundredand Fourteen and 29-100 Dollars And Whereas, Default has been made In (be terms of aaid mortgage, in this, to wit: the non payment of note* when doe. Now Thererefore, Notice la hereby given that by virtaeofMid mortgage, and by order ot SHI1 King Booker, the present owner thereof, 1 will fell tbe abo,ve described chattel a at the front door of the pOet office in tbe city of Pembina, connty of Pembina "nd aiate of North Dakota, at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m. of tbe 14th day of No vember.lVtt -Then will be due on inch niort gam at tbe dntfe of sale the eum of 1188.60 to geiher With the coat* .accruing from thia fore closure. Dated at Pemblna, Nov. 6th,1903. tilNO A BOOKER, Mortgagee CHAS. ATKINSON, Agent, Pembina, N. D. AND FLAX TO EMs Vood Co., Chamber of Commerce, MINNEAPOLIS. Board of Trade. DULUTH. CITY DRAY LINE. Contract for large lots taken and goods delivered on short notice. Orders can be left at the Pioneer Bakery Ice delivered to any part of the City. a a a a a WM. FOWLER, Prop. ••••+•••aaaaaaaaaaa *»a*e 50 Years of Success This is our -record, from (/•Until our ii.a "ries now cover .many acres. VM-atiy'i'f ur macliiues sold forty fq fifty yenrs Igo are still giving their uteteUaittaful ervice. Can anything ho mora core?: incing of their merits and durabiruy.ft -id you ever hear of any other ai6ohine rith such a record? a few of the many superior Ktints of the •w#« mm Jejrinning we haye growii^ntii our"^a|^SimnlJ8ww,^t *'*orter' heeler & Wilson Sewing Machine nui The Rotary Hook displaces the old, ut of-date, unmechanical and' trouble iue shuttle. The Frictionless ball bearing&and per :ct mechanical construction enable it to operated with one-third less exertion inn is required by ordinary machines, pnws three yards of goods while a uuttle machine sews two. It makes the most elastic and most irfect stitch whether sewing light or iavy goods. With our superior attachments the reatest variety of work is possible. Do not make the mistake of buying a swing machine until you have given Wheeler & Wilson No. 9 a trial. heeler* Wilson Mfg. Co.,Chicago, in. Needed in Every Home THE NEW AND LARGE.D EDITION OF WEBSTER'S INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY A Dictionary of ENGLISH. Ktograpby, Geography, Fiction, «tc. New Platei Throughout 25,000 Nfew Words •Pbraaaa ia|l p«flnillona Pre|iiuv.l riiiil^ Hie •liivut 8tiicr vision w. T. HARRIS, PI..D„ JLL D.. United Sl-ul'08 '-»ij(iiiu»'.-i*ii*r »f Edu cation, Hwiisiwl hy/n In rurjisof foni petonl. 8jHH5mlisl« Sii^l •••lil'iw. Kleh Bindings 2364 Qunri» Faaaa 5000 IHuatrnllona qWTh* International mm tlrtt ismed in 1890, nurecedituf the "Unabridged." The New and- Kvmrynl Kihtinn of thr Inti-nmt'umul «m tMiird in October* tiHHK Ufl th*latr*l and lent. \V«« |«t|l*ll»lt Webstar'* CeilstUts Dlellsnary with tiloasiiry itrfaoMfsli WorilaniHl Phrased tmllwmt. IKM lUwaraUiHM. NlwV.MitMliM*M» aemwid-iiltiwitu sla. oflKtb Bpeclwicii Imoks mbiiI ri m|ilpttllmt. 6C.MERR1AMCO. JPu]llalitfra.'. yswre 18 SS!!«S£' froni jsrasfoK wa&S-A record In ill jne. compute "all jiircharcd thb day from mortgagee." ,n W ,dw tt November. A, D. 1008, at tbe h(% of ooe o'oiook p, m., and lecordedlnBtpkSSirt Mortgagee, at'pace *22, ill be foreclosed bya tale ofthe premfees, The Wert Half of the North-East Quarter NE and the North Half of the North-Went Quarter (N NW X.) of Section Thirteen ("18) and the West Half of the Soalh-West Quarter W 1-8 SW1-4) and ihe South Half ot the North- ail tilth Principal MeridianT Default having occurred In the conditions of such mortgiige, the mortgagee, as authorized by suia morigiiye, declares the whole principal «um due and pa able. There will be due on such Mortgage at the date oi sole 1 ne sum of Four Tuoufind Tu•• Hundred Fifty-one and 65-100 Dollars ($4,2SL 65 with the costs ot thoee proceedings auu stmui ory attornevV fees. Dated Nov. 5th, 1908. W. B. HANCOCK, Mortgagee. G. P. WYVELL, Attorney for Mortgagee, Grand Forks. N. D. In I'taaty Court. STATE OF NORTH DAKOrA. I County of Pembina. In Countj Conrt, before Hon. J. 1). Wallace, Judge. In the matter of the estate of William Camp, deceaeed: Frank A. Keldman, Executor, Petitioner. VB. Augusta Hancock, nee Cniiip, ana alio all other per-on* In tereated In the eataie ot Will iam Camp, deceaeed. Reapondents. Notice and iation. Hearing ot Final Acconnt and LUtribn"un of Eataie. Tlie 8tatr of North Dakota to the above named regpondeiiia. You, the aatd Respondents and each of you are he/eby notified that the final acconnt of the exe cutor of the late William Camp, late of the city of I'embina, in the county of Pembina, and state ot North Dakota, deceased, haa been rendered to thia Court, therein showing that the cetnte of said deceased la ready for final settle ment and distribution, nud petitioning that hla account be allowed, the residue of aaid estate be distributed to the persons thereunto entitled, his administration closed and be be discharged that ^Hturday, tbe 81st day of October, A. D. 1909, (at 10 o'clock in the forenoon ot that day, at' the court rooms of this court, in the court house in the city of Pembina, county of Pembina and aiate of North Dakota, haa been duly appointed by this conrt for the settlement thereof, at which time and Dlace any person Interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions In writing: to said acconnt and petition and eon* teat the same. And you, the above named respondents, and each or you, are hereby cited and required then and there to be and appear before thia court, and show cause, ifany you have, why said ac' count shall not be allowed, the residue of aaid estate distributed, tbe administration of said e» tate closed and said Executor discharged. Dated the 88th day of September, A. D. 1908. Connty) By the Court, Court J. D. WALLACE, Iseal. 1 Judge of the County Court. F.A.HAHT, Attorney for Estate. IN UOUNTV COURT. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,1 County of Pembina. In County Court, before Hon. J.D.Wallace, Connty Judge. In the ihatter of the estate of Major ]. Foster, deceased. Charles J. Murphy, Petitioner. against Catherine Meigheu,Marjr_Flynn wil- JTame* W. Foator, Sarah B. briunt, John Foster, Josephine deceaaed. lnted by Probate Court, llaiore County. Minnesota. Respondents. The 8tate of North Dakota and the aaid Conn- Court to the above named Respondents— reeting: You, and each of y«a, are hereby cited and required to. be and appear before the County Court of the County of Pembina, in said State, at the office of the County Judge of aaid county, at the Court House in the City of Pembiua, said county, on the 7th day of December, A. 1908, at 10 o'clock a,m. of that day, then and there to ahuw cause, If any there be, why let ters of administration upon the estate of aaid deceased should not be granted to Sigurtur Bjornson in accordance with the prayer of Ion therefor tius day tiled In this 1 prayer 01 MMVMI in such Mortgage ami befeinafier desorlbed.tt thi door or the Court Hou-e in the. CHty of Pembina, ln.the County ot Pembina and State of iHie. The premises deaorlbed ln said Mortgage which will be raid to aailsfy the same, rabJeCt to two prior mortgage lieba now on reoord, gating in amount about fS,4S0, are those certain premises situated In the Oonnty of Pem bina ana State of North' Dakota and deaoribed ae follows lo-wit: petit- 1 Court. It appearing that ail tbe respondents are non residents of North Danota, it is ordered that service of the above Citation be made by pub lishing the same three times, once each week for three successive weeks, in the Pioneer Ex press, a weekly newspaper of general circulation published in Pembina, N. Dated October 38rd, A. D. 1V02. By order of D. WALLACE. i,S Jndge of the County Court Notice of Sale of School Lands. The following described school lands, situat ed in Pembina connty, and state of North Dako ta, will be offered for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the court house in the city of Pemolna, county of Pembina and atate of North Dakota, between the honra of 10 o'clock a. m. and & o'clock p. m. on Tuesday, thfr 6th day of January, A. D. 1904, said sale to com mence at 10 o'clock a. m. and continue from day to day until all lauds herein described have been sold or offered tor sale. All lands will be offered In tracts as hereinaf ter designated and upon the following condit ions: No tract will be sold for less than its apprais ed value, and in no case tor a less sum that ten dollars per acre. The terms of the sale are: One fifth of the purchase piice to be paid at the time ot sale one*ttfth in five years one-fifth in ten years one-filth in fifteen ycurs: and one-fifth in twenty yeva with Interest at theTate of six per cent per annum, payable annually in advance. Upon app oval. ot sale by Board of University and School Lands, the purchaser shall pay in terest from tbe date of sale to January let, 1900, on tbe deterred payments at the rate of six per cent per annum. .The Board of University and School Lands re serves the right to reject ai or all bids. Description Sec Twp Rge Acres Valuation per.-'Acre. EX of NE*......m16......169...S6.... 80. AWW 1# 159 66.. .160. NW l-». 86 109... 66......160 SW l-4«.~iM.......86....1S9 (VB 160. SB 1 4.....86...—180....66....160 SW l-4~.......~~.86. 160. &6 .160... /WijofSW l-4..16....160..i.66 80 KW 1-4. ..10... .160.. ..66.,. .16J. $10 00 NE 14^._^«86....161. 66....160... NW ....'..36.... 161....66....160... SW 1-4..... 88 ...,161....66....160... NK1-4 ....16......161. ..64 .163.70 ... NE1-4 ,16... 1651 66... .164.90... NW 1-4....'.,....16. ,..168—A6......164^2.. SW 1-4 „L^.iS 162 .. .66.^.100 8E 1-4. 16 .....162.,. .66 —168JM 10 00 15 00 10 00 10(0 1000 UateuatBlsmarck. N. O., this34th day of tober, MOK^^® D. I. LAXDAX, 1000 10 flO Land Commissioner. ^Hot a 81ck Say Since. "I was taken severely sick with kidney trouble. 1 tried all $orts of medianei none of wblch'retieved me. One day Saw an at)i of your Electric Bitters and detetmined to try that. After taking few doses I felt relieved and soon' there' itfier was entirely cureil, und have not seen sick .day since. Neighbioni of mlbe: haw bteea'ciired of Rheumatism, Naur* liver. ,.nd Kidney troubley and Gcnerar pebHity," This ist%Fhat B/ F. alcohol beverage wmlmly Money Our annual Clearance Sale is on, and every bi cycle in stock will go for above discount. This is considerably Below Wholesale Cost, and if you need a wheel any time buy one now. Our stock consists of Three Gents' Ramblers, Three Gents' Crescents, Two Ladies' Crescents. We have in stock a number of second hand wheels at your own pric es. A small cash deposit will hold any wheel un til you get ready to pay the balance. We have for" sale a number of 22 cal. rifles, and we do Gun and Sewing Machine repairing. G.G. THOMPSON Pembina, N. D. nMUV.MtUt\X(.0 •PlJ.WVWW.VWMU I»BIOV mmm-M writM^Oolyl: Va" gWTitm Co, C.GOTZIAN & MANUFACTURERS. SXPAUbi 30 PER CENT OFF. Fall Announcement, 1903. The only •. Perfect Writing Machine: Hade The writing is in plain view of the operator all the time. Simplest and strongest construction, rapid action, easy toQcjtu Adapted to all/ kindsvlbif «^ork—best for tabulating and invoice work. Uni versal keyboard, retnov able type action instant ly cleaned. Treble tbe Hfe bf any other machine for good, c\&npofa\§S lr m- 'A, I?