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FBANOXS •. HAST,
Attorney and Counsellor Liw anri
Practice in St" te li 4 Circuit and iJlotrfcC
P.iiilvna, North Dakota.
Law, Loam, Cos- lions, Instance an«l
Rolette St., Pt inbim, N. D.
B. A. THACKER, AUCTIONEER.
Particular attention to Sales
of Farm Prop rty
mil ton, Notih Dakota.
CHAS. B. HARRIS, M. D.
Physician and Singeon. fttund mail bourn
when not proiesfiunally engaged, at hi* otHce,
to Stutsman (Streetut daytime and at hi* resi
dence on Cdvilei:r -treet at aigut.
Pemoin.i, Noith Dakota.
SB. W. H. PAX.X.OON,
Office over the Merchants Bank,
Office hoiirn—B-JW to l'-i-.lH) a. m., 1:00 to 5:00 p.
m. All other time* when necessary.
PEMBINA, N. DAK.
STo. XS. Qh.JL* XI.
Beguiai raeetlfcga every second, and fourth ntonlh or so.
Monday of cacb month.
Adluiant. Post Commander
KeKUlar meeting* in tlie evening* of Unit aud
third Friday of .every month. Vtatting Brethren
In good stauilinirirare Invited.
J. Ii. Cabs, t/ f, .!
.kSPamUsa Oaaay, 3377v ML W, A.
Meet every decond and Fourth Monday. VI
siting neiKhOors cordially invited.
Clerk. V. U.
Brotherhood of American Teomen.
Meets every second and fourth Friday ol each
B. D. BOOKKH, F. M. Kiwa
Meets eyery decond and Fourth \V«aues(lav.
Mas. W. J. Knrssuaw. Mm*. M. Switz'eb
FMaa*bl3aak Clxstptar 2Te. -41. Osd.ec
Meets in Mavonic Hall 1st and 8rd Wednddaya
of each month. Visiting member* cordially In
vited. ELIZ PkTtt HARVEY, W.M
EMILY B. QUACKENB-JSH, Sec'y.
VemM^a Its* T)apannisivii.
Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the
•W. W. FBLSOK,
J. D. WnttAW,
Sunday School at 8:80. Christian Bndeavor at
6:80. Evenine Service at 7:80. Prayer Meeting
for Chlldred Wednesday at AM and for both old
and young Thursday evening at: 8. Everybody
cordially welcomed at these services.
REV. C. E. DOANB, Pastor.
0«»e* CSJa.vuec3a, gimlslri*.
Snnday School at 18 o'clock. Sventoag and
Sermon at 7:80 p. m. Choir Practice on. Friday
evening at 73).
.h- TV«t^odl»t aCplscopakl C33.-w.rcli.
SONOAV KEKV1CK8.— Kuworth LeaKue 11
a. m. Sunday School li a. -enacbingTaiO^
m. every Bandar.
.% PRAYER MEETING each 1'huraday evening
REV. A. KARR, Pastnr.
htftowCT is a rtiMehdi*
•j Deracinate tn th* nrnl»« tlieiams as Hte^
ta w# .1
Pilfe are, good liver
8, You know that. The best
They keep the txrirels regular,
cure constipation. fc&W
Want yoiif moustache or teard
a beautiful brown or rich bhdcf Use
flPnoia. QfBMHHiMmoaa Muu-tco.. HUH, a.a. I
ftart & Asselstine fdmpleted a*'ma
•hine shed this week.
Mr. Dorion is visiting relatives in St.
Ann Manitoba, this week. *1
Mss Maud Harper began a term of
school in Joy school, near Hamilton,
Aisent ami Mrs. Fischer spent Sunday
and M.iiiday with the former's parents
Mrs. Luzon, wf Winnipeg, and Mrs.
Stensby, Of Hamilton, visited their sister,
is. J. L. Pririse-iu, recently.
Frank P.mseau's ew house is grad
uatly asuiuiiiK tape and wi*l be a large
aiu ueauiitui home when completed.
The hool children' are planning to
give a silv nieuai conust in about a
month. They p. omise a program of un
usu il excellence.
Arthur Storms expects to run a feed
sl.mie. He ill soon have a large sign
up and all strangers will find a large and
c.anlurtauie bain lor tlicir teams. Tiiis
fills a much needed want in Joliette.
Mr. Burns, who has been in the em
ploy oi Warner & Audi us and who has
been so ill wuti. ivpiioid lever, is s'till
v.-ry sick. He suttcrcd a relapse last
FrtUay, out has recovered somewhat
from the etitrcis. Dr. Humphries of St.
Vincent is in attend,.not.
XOmitied last week tor'want of time
It is a common sight to see the thrifty
housvwi es in the back yards blacking
stoy^s these fine days. Winter is com
Mrs. Halliday of Ilensel is viiting Mr
and Mrs. Lean. Mrs. Lean ami children
leave this week to visit in Hi-i'isei for a
A YV«rner & Andrus te.mi attached to
rain wagon ran aw »V Tuesday, de
ni lisning a bugy belonging \o |ohn S
.TslaaXJod^m, a. Murphy. No other damage as done/
Tuesday afternoon the
Meel» evvry At.'. oid third Tuesday of the
Gao. Pbtsrhon, F. A Habt
Tuesday evening of last week friend
aud neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Marsh
°urdy gave them a farewell reception,
which was in the nature of a surprise.
There were abouttfbi ty present to enjoy
the evening, which uas passed in conver
sation, games and entertainment by the
young people. After the refreshments
were served, one of the friends, in behalf
of those assembled, presented Mr. and
Mrs. Ptiirdy with a beautiful silver tea
service as a token of the esteem in wnich
tuey are held and as a parting giftttf re
membrance. Both Mr. and Mrs. -Burdy
gave feeling responses. 1They are among
the oldest residents of the county, Mr.
Purdy having homesteaded in 1877 the
farm which they ar£liow Jeavin^ i'bey
are ieeliug the «e«d of complete nest,- for
its .vtr. Purdy says,-"i don't fit into the
notch iike I used to." They ifeft Thuts
day moiruing for Edmonton,^ N. W. T.,
to make tneir home with their
Emma, who is a musk teacher there.
he best wishes of all tne Joli^te people
rjus of Joli
ette school district 83 votfi to liond the
iti-itriet iii ord«- td btritd k' ^ifew "school
luuse. Work will not commence until
ment ol thirty pupils now, with a possi
bility of forty in a few weeks.
It has been the custom to give the old
people a send-of) when they ieave the
country and the younger generation, not
to be outdObe by their parents, gave
Miss Vivian Purdy a.surpnse party last
Thursday evening. The gathering was
held in. the school house and those pres
ent were mostly school mates of Vivian
Miss Ida Pariseau, dressed as a gipsy,
told fortunes in true gipsy style aud mer
ry games helped pass a delightful even
ing. During the evening some of the
parents came in and'jbined in the games,
much to the enjoyment of the younger
jSet. One lad said it did him good to see
Matt Asselstine kept in the center of the
ring when they played the "Duity Mil
ler A bountiiul supper was served at
nine o'clock, alter which Miss Vivis
was presehu-d witii a writing case and
Carelessness is responsible for many
nulway wreck and the same
making human wrecks of stifierers from
Tbroat and Lung troubles. Btit lUnce
the advebt'91 Dr. King's New Disco
for ConyUnption, Coughs and Cokl^
4u?.y Cngg-, oi Dptpimm,
Xti«*topfer-0f nwiq^ viiqp#
Not a Sick Day Since.
"I was taken severely sick with kidney
trouble. I tried all sorts of medicines,
none of which relieved me. One day I
saw an ad. of your Electric Bitters and
detetmined to try that. After taking a
few doses I felt relieved and soon there
after was entirely cured, and have not
seen a sick day since. Neighbors of mine
have been cured of Rheumatism, Neur
algia, Liver and Kidney troubles and
General Debility." This is what B. F.
Bass, of Fremont, N. C., writes Only
50c, at T. Bt. Shaw's, the druggist.
Rob McFarland is expected home
Mr. J. Kercher visited his 'daughter
near LanKdul 'itlil Week,
Mr. and Mrs. Haro ld Saunders spent
Sunday ai the home of F, Hodgson.
Mr. R. Simons and daughtar Jennie
visited frienda in Winnipeg a short time
Mrs. Thomas Bill and daughter Maggie,
departed last week for there fiHure hone
in the Northwest.
Mr. P. Seitzand his mother drove to
Bai kuo, Sunday and spent the day with
Mr. and Mrs. C. Miller.
Mrs.John Prodigan took Monday's
train fir New York city, her former
h.ome, to spend the winter.
Mrs. Lemuel wno visited her brother
Mr. Wm. Walper for several weeks has
returned to her home in Chicago.
Miss Rose Hodgson went to Glasston
by train Saturday night, spent Sunday
with friends and returned Monday morn
Mrs. H. F. Graves was confined to her
bed for seAeral days last, week with a se
vere attack of tonsilitis, but under Dr.
Walker's skillful treatment is much im
The sad news retched here a short
time ago that Mr- Adam .Christie' one of
the pioneers of this section was lying
very 111 at his home in Lakeside, Wash
ington and but little hope of his recov
ery is entertained his host of friends here
will be much pained by this news.
A Kunaway Bicycle.
Terminated with an ugly cut on the leg
of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111. It
developed a stubborn"'ulcer unyielding
to doctors and remedies for four yeArs.
Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured. It's
iust as good for Burns, Scalds, Sktn
Emptiohs and Piles. 26c. at T. R.Shaw's
Miss Elmire Stull is visiting^ friends
Cavalier this week,
Miss Rose Hudson of Batbgate, is vis
iting with Miss Stuil this week.
Hoii -Peter Gameron and famO^of Ty*
ner, visited at J. Kippen^ this week.
Ed Green left Mondav evtmin^- for
V^rd Co. to sc^ ifhis farm is sull there.
!r The Misses Armstrong sp^t Fi
Rev. Foster occupied the'
Ritdunoiid who was called to VCa^fl
YOU WERE NOT FORTUNATE ENOUGH to be
present at our big Cloak, Suit and Fur Sale last
Saturday, you may still have the opportunity to suit
yourself at very low figures. The agent of the Phila
delphia Cloak and Suit Co. left a large iuunber of his
sample suits and cloaks
rather than take them back with him to the house. "We
have them in Fur, Zibeline and Silk, which we offer at
50 oi wholesale prices
Returning Every Month. Consult him
While the opportunity is~at hand
DR. REA has no superior in diagnosiin^
and treating diseases and deformities. He
will give 150 for any case that he cannot
tell the disease and where located in five I YH1
If you want anything of this kind better come quick. Qj
Chas. Full's, Pembina
HE HAS CURED THOUSANDS
Given Up to Die.
Next regular professional visit to
St. Vincent, Minnesota,
Wednesday, Nov. 4,
from 11 a.np. to 3:30 p.m.
at Ontario house.
minutes. Flour and ^ed
All curaole medical and surgical dis
eases, acute and chronic catarrh, and
Special Diseases of the eye, ear, Nose
and throat, Lur disease,, early con
sumption 'H bronchial catarrh,
consti» catarrh,- dyspepsia, sick
her ai stomach and bowel troubles,
rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, bright's
disease, diabetes, kidney, liver, bladdet
prostatic and female diseases, dizziness,
nervousness indigestion, obesity,
interrupted nutrition, slow growth in
children, ind all wasting disease in
adults. Many cases, of deafness, Ringing
in the ears, Ibss of eyesight, cataract,
ture ol ttie spme, tlis- isi- of the brain,
part lysis, r-|iilepsy. h.- »ri lisease,dropsy,
swelling at' the limits, stricture, open
sores, pain in the bones, granular en
largements and all long-standing diseases
properly treated. Young, middle-aged
and old, single or married men and all
who suffer fr, ''m manhoo^. nervous
debilitv naiorrnoea, semmai losses,
uiling memory, weak
-luntea development, lack of
energy, impoverished blood,
Impediments-to marriage: also blood
And skia diseases, s^hHHs,
eruptions, hair laUi^, bone pains,
swelling, sore throat, ulcers, effects of
mwtury, kidney bladder trouUes,
wekk back,Mtrnijtg uHaie, passing ttnne
toooften, gohurrhoea. gieet,' stricture,
retire searchfni( traan^jnot, pnovpt
tk|j|nd cure ^tor lilf. ...
de an^ nknttd ilaqds with tbe'
us to run off at low prices
The Uiiiii-i siened desires to :ih
the attention of the farmer*- aud
people in general to the fact hat
he IS now prepared to suppl ai!
with Floor and K»ed of all kui-is
Taken in exchange, or for cash,
at the highest market ,jricr
Store on corner Stuts man an
"^evond «tre«ts Meniom.,.
Succesor to Hi 1'. FVidman ivi
has been successful in quite a number of instances. Altho
bnt a recent discovery a great many iiave been "relieved"
by it. This is the proper season for COUGHS and if you
wish to be fashionable—in other words, "in the swim"—
it is not yet too late to set on the band wagon by cough
ing up your little balance 011 onr books—if you happen to
be among the number not yet relieved. Come in and, earlv
or late, we will extend the 'glad hand" and endeavor to
interest you in a nice piece of our New Japanese China,
just received direct from Japan, for a Xuias present for.
'J Contract .r targe lots
^n delivered •.
on sttbrt in't ice. Orders can
b® left at ttic .Pioneer Bakery
IosdeHverei :»i any Mil
WM. FUWI.ER. Prop.
-V FULL SUPPLY
Building Mat ri
I.ime, Sand, Brick and
E. M. MXON. 1
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