TRAMOJM A. MAST,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Solicitor tn Chancery.
Frsctloe In Btets, U. 9.
Orcnlt »nd Dlrtrlot
Pembina, North Dakota.
Law, Loans, Collections, Insurance and
Rolette St.. Pembina. N. D.'
Fw»«" BUST, AUCTXOHSBK.
Particular attention to Sales
of Farm Property.
Joliette, North Dakota.
CHAS. B. EiSSIS. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon. »*und »t aU honr»
when not professionally engagwi, at his office,
OB Stutsman street at day tims and at his resi
dtnee OR Cavlleer street at night.
j: Pembina, North Dakota.
DB. W. FAZXOOH,
Office over the Merchant* Bank,
Office hoars—8:80 to 18:00 a. mvl:00 to 5:00 p.
m. All other timea when necsssary.
*WorA«M. aPcwa-t, 1Tb. OK
Begolar meetings every second and fourth
Monday of each month.
J. G. SOHDB&KAR,
i'blaaX«dce,at A- T.*A.M.
Regular meetings In the evenings of first and
thlrdFriday of every month. Visiting Brethren
In good standing are Invited.
J.L.CAM, S W.C.SHOBT.
Secretary, -.-.v. W. M.
nTiliT X«4«a UO, .A.. O. XT. TW,
Meets every flrrt and third Tuesday of the
i-v.,/,. P. A. HA*T
Aecorder, M. W.
/tolas al Oekoap,
3377, »£. *W.
Meet every Second and Fourth Monday. VI
siting neighbors cordially invited.
W.K. COATS, Jv K. M. KB#,
Clerk. V. C.
Brotherhood of American Teomen.
Meeta every second and fourth Friday of each
B, P. Boons, F. M. Kwe,
Pagxae of Boaor.
Meets every Second and Fourth Wednesday.
W. J. KNEKSHAW,
Peaao.T3laa.eu C3xsLpt*z 3&"o, 41. ©rd«r
Meets in Masonic Hall 1st and 8rd Wednesdays
of each month. Visiting member* cordially, in
vited. BUZ BBTtf HARVEY, W. M.
EMILY R. QUAOKENB'JSH, Sec'y.
Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the
Sunday School at 9:80. Christian Endeavor at
6:80. Evening Service at 7:a0. Prayer Meeting
for Childred Wednesday at 4:90 and for both .old
voung Thursday evening at 8. Everybody
cordially welcomed at these services.
REV. C. E. DOANK, Pastor.
Ot-xaio* CSwxrcSx, gaaaa.Ts1.TT.,
Bunday School ai lt-o'clodc. Evenfong and
Sermon at 7 -^0 p.m. CholrPractlce on Friday
SDR0A? BJSBVJCBB.— Bjworto l^pie
Su*day School 18 a. Preaching TaOp.
PBA?BR MBfecUfO each Thursday evening
Loans money Mi «ioed P«aibiiU Coaaty. Mal
I estate.' Evwbgs^gw to S ri»a»e»flMwr and
if (»V partHpat*'» the praflU (hssame as theluvyit
tte adiareholders. Fnna experlespe It lt feund
fhat from iMtollBaoathiypMrwanS pays the
•riaelpal aad interaet oa aay^sttm bocrowed.
mttOy paymMits are W cents per skare and 91
Mr hondred of sum borrowed Sb hoana, ThU
iCwof benwirtaNimeaey lajMpeolallj «rima
rleataad pitoitahls «e ^afeeanwus aaa aalariwi
owa komea. The
tent, and this
rleat and ptof table to
a'mea who waatloewn
Appetite poor?«7 Bowels
constipated? Tongue coated?
Head ache? It's your liver!
Ayer's Pills are liver pills, all
elxty years. SSz
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Um
TCTTT CTg. O' D»P8ai8T8OgR.f.HAIL 00., WUHPi, W. g.
J. A. Gulledge oi Verbena, Ala., was
twice in the hospital trom a severe case
of piles causing 24 tumors. After doct
ors and all remedies failed, Bucklen's
Arnica Salve quickly arrested tiirther in
flammation and cured him. It conquers
aches and kills pain. 25c at T.R. Shaw's
A fountain pen was lost last week by
the writer and a reward awaits the finder
if he will call at the Hotel Dakota
Paul Lefebvre had a horse killed by a
freight train Tuesday morning. The an
imal was cut to pieces and strewn along
the track for some distance.
The N.P. has built their sidewalk from
the depot on the north side to the street.
We are now waiting for a carload of
lumber betore work can be started on
the walks around town,
The school children will-enjoy a launch
ride about the first of next week. The
launch is coming froth Pembina and will
be at the service of the patrons of the
school and their friends alter the child
ren get through. A landing will prob
ably be made near the lerry. Come be
fore seven if you want a ride.
The entertainment for the benefit of
the sidewalk fund will be given in the
town hall Friday evening, June 3rd, un
less otherwise announced. Special scen
ery has been painted and the best pro
gram of the season will be given. The
Dramatic Club will give "Betsy Baker,"
a very laughable farce. The program in
full will appear later.
Remember the oratorical contest Fri
day evening, May. 27th. Ten children of
the Joliette sdtoof vHll contest'for a gold
medal An enjoyable program is being
prepared." Thecontestants are: Homer
Laroche, Cyril Adselstine, Ray-Emerson,
Alice AsseteHiie Bata Storms,. Erwjh
Kruger, Jobln Pariseau, Mary Pelerin|,
Ruby Lekn, Carnet Lean. Admission
15 cents, ..
StMBM' GOUM S««d.
A quantity of Bromus Grass Seed for
Ilbi. Bartlett, of
says: My oldest dauj^w 8ufieied~ sever«
baby bad *1? croup Al^ trying neariy
everything got a bottle of Dr. Warner's
White Wine of Tar^' Both are culred. I
noW' keep it in'the house all die time.
We have made arrangements wkh the
Koneer Press of St. Paul by wbicb-#e
can ft»m»h that paper in either tbe dkily^
weakly or Sunday editions at a very low
ip^nectio^rith thls paper. and
unp jmnuMs, vufi Wm» :f*v&r it for
NayOn* For iqUawMt «iw
general accessories, etc.
,, NGEJ.A.--I have often thought that some ill^iatured fairy presided over
bny, «lM^rhy was I bowl the eld^t daughter oft» poor man, with lve others younger than myself.
When I was only fifteen I was left t9 fill j. mother's place to them and it seems to me sometimes
that I never had any girlhood like other girls. But then, I wouldn't give one word of dear old
dad»s commendation for doing my best, nor one hour spent in the shabby old nursery with the child
ren about me, for all the good times in the world.
Arid of course a? time went on and people ackhowledged that had if® fair* share of cbod
looks about me, I had a sweetheart (this is the secret I was going to tell you). But we were both
too poor to think of marrying and both young enough tb wait, so Ralph went farther west and I re
mained home to take up ihe same round of duties. It is six
flE HAS CORES THOUSANDS
Qlven Up to Die.
Next regular professional visit to
Seeding has been quite general this
Frank Pariseau's beautiful new home
is about completed.
Paul Lefebvre is building a substantial
house. Sid Bateman is contractor.
The gold medal to be awarded in the
contest May 27th is on exhibition in Mr.
Short's store. .. ..
a 3 0
Returning Every Month. Consult him
While the opportimityiis at hand
DR. REA has no superior in diagnosing
and treating diseases and deformities. He
will give 950 for any case that he cannot
tell the disease and where located in five
All curable medical and surgical dis
eases, acbte and chronic catarrh, and
Special Diseases of the eye, ear. Nose
and throat, Lurg disease, darly con
sumption, bronchitis, bronchial' catarrh,
constitutional catarrh, dyspepsia, sick
headache, stomach and b6wel troubles,
rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, blight's
disease, diabetes, kidney, liver, bladder,
prostatic and fepiale diseases, dizziness,
nervousness, indigestion, obesity,
interrupted nutrition, slow growth in
children, and all wasting disease in
adults. Many cases of deafness, Ringing
in the ears, loss of eyesight, cataract,
cross eyes, ect., that have been improp
erly treated or ge^lected, can be easily
restored. Deformities, club feet, curva
ture of the spine, disease of the brain,
paralysis, epilepsy, heart disease, drop&y,
swelling af the limbs, stricture, open
sores, pain in the bones, granular en
largements and all long-standing diseases
properly treated. Young, middle-aged
ana old, single or married men and all
who suffer from lost manhood, nervous
debility, spermatorrhoea, seminal losses,
sexual decay, failing memory, weak
eyes, stunted development, lack 01
energy, impoverished blood,
impediments to marruige: also blood
ana skin diseases, syphillis,
eruptions, hair falling, bone pains,
swelling, sore throat, ulcers, effects of
mercury, kidney bladder troubles,
weak back, burning urine, passing urine
too often, gonorrhoea, gleet, stricture,
recive searching treamtent, prompt re
lief and cure for lite.
Cancers, Tumors, Goiter, Fistula Piles
yaricocde an4 enlarged glands with ..the
subcutaneous injection method, abso
lttteliswlthput pain and the loss of a drop
of blood, is one of his owii discoveries,
and lathe most really scientific and cer
tainly sure cure, of the nineteenth
century. No incurable cases taken. Con
flation to those interested. fl.00.
it DR. REA ft CO. 3
Mta|ieapoiis». liion... l^isvultvfKy
Home to-morrow evening be ready to leave with me in ten days'
tiine." Between j.oy and surprise I realize all this means that he won't wait any longer. But what
a notice to get! Ten days to prepare a wedding trousseau in! Just think of it! It had to be done
and so as not to give Ralph the idea that I was quite uhprepared, I hied me at once to Chas Full's
where from a slim purse I possessed myself of the following dainty lingerie: A ready-to-wear trav'
elling skirt, shirt waists, hosiery, gloves, aH elegant, cream-colored crepe de chene wedding dress
have time next week
have been doing all the week. Wish you wer^ here Vith us. In haste, yours,
at Ontario House.
to-day since he went away,
will tell yon what Raloh
Our Stock of
DRY G00D5, GROCERIES, BOOTS AN
SHOES, HARDWARE (including tin pans,
dust pans, horseshoe nails, etc.) CARPETS,
FURNITURE, PICTURE FRAMES, BANA
NAS, ORANGES AND GRAPE-NUTS has
not arrived yet, but WE HAVE in stock a
nice line of wall paper, wall finish, mixed
paint, white lead and oil, varnishes, brush
©s» etc., etc., that we are. sure will please
you, if you will give us the opportunity of
showing them to you at
World's Fair Tickets
Now on Sale.
Commencing April I5fch the Burlington Route starts the
sale of round trip tickets to St. Louis account of the World's
Fair. We will have several kinds of rates in effect to suit
your convenience and purse. We have the service to offer
you and can give all necessary information about your trip.
Write us direct or cull at any ticket office and allow us the
pleasure of serving you.
M. RUGG, N. W. P. A.,
A. L. EIDEfllLLER, T. P. A.,
St. Paul, flinn.
The "Burlington Chicago Limited,"
Daily from St. Paul.
Fo^^saif by CHA§.FULU
All Fresh and Nice.
Call Early on Saturday.
Lettuce. Celery, Cu
cumbers and other
Vegetables in season.
Special reduction in
FRED L». GILL,
Contract for large lots
taken and goods delivered
on short notice. Orders c»n
be left at the Pioneer Bake-y
Ice delivered to any part
of the City.
WM. FOWLER, Prop.
City fruit Store.
Wheat, Oats and
Barley taken in ex
change or for cash at
FRANK FELOMAN, Prop.
E. M. NIXON, Prop.
FULL SUPPLY OF
ii Wall Plaster, Lime,
Sand. Brick and Cement.
Corn, Grain, Grass,
O Li bi a lQ Potatoes, Vegetable
"O and Flower Seeds.
'I'u Li LiQ Forest, Fruit and
rvT Ornameital Trees.
FREE PACKETS with each order.
Special Premiums and Cash Prizes.
Oscar H. Will & Co.,
BISMARCK, N. D.
Jb HEE by baying a
in a country where corn,
HOMES can be
made it easily «s anywhere in Ui
Sam's domain. Tiiese crops an aj—
ant inyield and flue in quality. There
is no guese-work about this for we have
samples of the crop of 190S
IN oar field offioe
to prore that ther
are sgemdne product* of the Oountr/.
ven^it S5B faofll
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