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f'i :n. K&L %*Vi y* J** AS* ¥?w .&n kft To s^"v,Hf! XdBOKAA FRANCIS A. HjIKT, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Practice in State, U. 9. Circuit and District Conns Pembina, North Dakota. FSX-Z-SXCXdA^TB. CHAS. B. HABBXS, M. D.', PhjelManandBnrgeon. Found at all honw •when wrt professionally encaged, at tali office, ,ot Sfusman street at daytime and' at hi» resi dent on Cavil eer street at night. embina, North Dakota. OK. T7. H. FAIaliOON, OBNTIST. Office over the Merchants Bank, Office hours—Sao to 18:00 a. m., 1:00 to 5:00 p. m. All other times when necessary. PEMBINA, N. DAK. SOCEBTXB8. Wsxdsa Post, ITo. IS. 3-. -A- ». Regular meetings every second and fourth Monday of each month. .7, G. SoNDBRMAN, Moses Hells*. P*xxa.'bla.» X.odc* «.©• JL. O. "V. "W. Meets every lift and third Tuesday of the Month. BLAINE SWINC, G. F. FOBBTER, r?? J* »K i, -V *\e£ *«W 5- ./ r* t"*& BUTTB MINNBAPOLI8 ST. PAUL WnftHpeg. 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FSLDXAH, C. A. KENYON, Correspondent. Foreman. .Degree of Ss&ot. Meets every Second and Fourth Wednesdav. Mas. F. A. FELDMAN, Mas. M. J.SWITZKB C. of H. Recorder. Fesa.1slaa.ab CSaAptes 2Te. -Ski. Ox&ex Be,«teraa. Stas. Meets in Masonic Hall 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. Visiting member? cordially in vited. HL1Z \RETh HARVEY, W. M. MAUD SHORT, Sec'y. Pnablaa Vise SepMtaMat. Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the *onth. W. W. FKCSOK, J. D. Winlaw, Secretary. Chief. Ghcauce COvuLtclx, g»em,Tslri t. Snnday School at 12 o'clock. EventonK and 8ermon at 7:80 p. m. Choir Practice on Friday evening at 7.30. REV. H. N. HARRISON, Pastor. "MetlaedULet SpSjBepjpsJ. Cla.'uxelv. 8DNOAT SBBVICK8.—Bpworth League 11 a.m. Sunday 8ohool 18 m. Preaching 7 SO p. m. even Sunday. PRAYER MEETING each Thursday evening at 8^)0 o'cleck,. REV. A. KARR. Pastor. PEMBINA PEMBINA, N. a Loans money on good Pembina County real •state. Every borrower is a shareholder and participate vIn the profits the earn* at the Invest or. Every dollar paid in pays part of the debt "and is also placed at Interest for the benefit of the shareholders. From'experience it found' (hat from 108 to lift monthly payments pays the principal and Interest on any sum borrowed! Monthly payments are 80 cents per share and 91 per hundred of sum borrowed. No bona*. This form of borrowing money is especially conven ient and profitable to wage tamers and salaried men Who want to own their, own homes. The rent, .and this '.monthly payments are less than form of''rent" buys thai borne. I. & THOMPSON, PrisMiRt. E. 0. BOOKER, Secretary. HOIXISTCR'8 :'. Rocky Mountain Toa I A Buy MadiolM for Busy Ftopls. v:Bringa Golden Health and Bssewsd Vigor. n, LI .Impure .. _[eadache '•, »od Backache. It's Rocky Mountain.Tea in tab let form, 8S cents a box. Ctanufne madefy HOLUSTEK Dana COMPANY, HadMonv Wis* •OLDEN NUGpETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE WE TAN Horse and Cattle Hides and' Skins of all FUR bearing" aniraals sttitable tat Robes of1 Coats. Write for price list, shipping1 tags, etc. ires TAUBERT, Oresier Opr. •«C BHYAN AVJT N. 'JMINNSAPOLlSMINIU mm 0* wT&V JOLIETTE (rs f, H. Emer^Oii will spend the li ter with her sisleis iii Ontario. r-: I Hart & Asselstine Have received two' cars of wood and |iihn tiuoilyear is saw ing it up witn his new outfit. Ferguson & Le in are continuing their sale and are doing a rushing business' these days. Cut prices draw crowds. R. H. Johnston returned from uley City on Monday, Hew is detained there almost a week on account of a slight at tack oi fever, but was able to resume school duties Tuesday. Robert Ferguson left Saturday for £pd» kane, Wash where he expects to spend the winter. He has be£n having poor health fot six months and we hope the change of climate will do him good. A Christmas tree and entertainment will be given by the pupils of the Joliette school in the hall, on Saturday evening, Dec, 23rd. A small admission fee will charged to help defray expenses, and a grand good time is expected. Ail are cordially invited lo attend. Beautifying methods that injured the skin and health are dangerous. Be beautiful without discomfort by taking Holiister's Rocky nionutain Tea. Sun shiny faces follow its use. 35 cents. T. R. Shaw. 25 Barred Plymouth Rock cockerels —May bjrds—$1 each weigh 7 to 8 lbs. each. Lot of dry wood, $3 50 a cord at the farm. 21. W. B. HANCOCK. Ice! Icet! Iceltl. Ice for packing or melting delivered, or for sale on the river, ready now. Order of HART-, the drayman. Learn watchmaking. Make money learning. Board at no cost. Minneapo lis Watchmaking School, Seventh St. and Hen. Ave. 5 52 PEMBINA BAKERY Bread, Buns, Ro!ls Fresh Every Day. Full weight. Cleanliness and prompt delivery. Qua'ity guaran teed the best. Patronize home manufacture. Ba thy ate Majestic Flour for sale. T. DESROSIER. Mortgage Wle NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That hot cer tain Mortgage, execnted and delivered by Chariotte T. Lock.wood, and Henry C. Lockwood her hupband. to Mary Jane Abrams. Mortgagee, dated the It tb day of November, A D. 1899, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Pembina and State of North Dakota, on the 11th day of December, A. D. 1899. and recorded in book 77 of Mortgages, at page 8, which'said mortgage was duly assigned by Mary Jane Abrams to Alzina Ayfen, on the 23rd day of November, A. D, 1899 that said as signment was on tbe 19th day oi' January. 1901 filed for record in the office of the register of deeds ot Pembina county. State of North Dakota and recorded in book 78 of mortgages, at page ir!i such Mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in and Lereinafter described, at the front door of the Court Hou^e in the City of Pembina, in the County oi Pembina and Mate of North Dakota, at the hour of 3 o'clock m. on Saturday, tbe SOth day of Dicemoer. l'.tof satisfy the amount due upon said mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in said Mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are those certain premises situated in the County of Pem bina and State of North Dakota and described as follows, to-wit: The northwest.qnarter (n\v qr) of section num bered twenty-six, (26,) in township numbered one hundred sixty-three (163) range numbered fifty two (!i'J) containing one hundred and sixty acres oi land more or less according to the U. S. gov ernment survey thereof, together with all the hereditaments and appurtenances on said laud. There will be due on such mortgage at the date of sale the sum of five hundred and five dollars ($505.03) and statutory attorney's tees. Hi, W. CONMY, A LZINA AYLEN, Attorney, Pembina, N. D. Assignee of Mort gagee WHEREAS. CERTAIN DUTIABLE MER ciiandise, has been seized for violation of Sec tion 8082 of the revised statute of the United States, viz: 12 yards of woolen cloth, 7% yards of woolen cloth, 3 boxes cigars, 1 pair child's hose, 5 boles cigars. 1 box cigars. 1 suit woolen clothes, 1 snit case and 1 gold ring., Now therefore, noticc is herebv given to any person claiming such articles, or any or either of them, to appear acd file claim to the same within twenty days from the date of the first publication of this notice or will forever thereafter debarred. N. E. NELSON, Collector of Customs. Port of Pembina, N. D., Collector's Office, Dec. 15tn. 1905. 24-86 HORSES FOUND Write us if you have lost any. We have Records ef Hundreds of Estray Horses unclaimed yours may be among them. No charire unless we find yourstoek. State Esfrif Bnre», Erture, N. D. PEMBINA TONSORIAL PARLORSv Attend th'i vgreat.-Businesa and Short hand TralQlng School of t)ie NorthwesUIt lsf urnlshed wit adding m&ohinesana roll-top- desks. GO typewriters. 20 teachers and lecturers. Five' hundred pupils. "i(rf p- For Coughs and Colds There is a remedy over sixty years old Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Of course you have heard of improbably have used it. Once in the family, it stays the one household remedy for coughs and hard colds on the chest. Ask your doctor aboutit. "I har© had pneumonia three times, and Ayers Cherry Pectoral has brought me safelr through each 4irae I have just recovered from my last attack* aged sixty*seven No Point Wis.r,l,e ~E-^' HIOOIHS, Stevens Made by J. c. Ayer Co., Lowell. XM5? Also manufacturers of -A SARSAPARIUA. JlfrrQ pills. MVf O HAIR VMJOR. Ayer's Pills Increase the activity of tne liver, and thus aid recovery. County News Wm. Jewell and wife have moved from Midland to Goderich, Ont. A baby grl arrived at the home of A. Ganssle of St. Thomas last week. Duncan Spence of Glasston has bought the city bakery at ithgate and II move to that city. Alfred Graber has returned from the west and accepted a position with Gar nett Bros, of St. Thomas. Mr'-s^ M. Bryttjolfson of Cavalier has re turned home after a protracted stay at the hospital in St. Paul. The ladies of the Catholic church at Neche cleared 8127 serving a th mksgiv ing dinner to- the hungry. The land sale at Laugdon last week was very successful. There were plenty of bidders and most ot the land went to farmers at good prices. The Mountaineer started another rail road last week—this time from VValhalla to Elkwood. There was a Great North ern man around. No particulars. Wm. Lee of Walhalla while leading a horse through a narrow gateway was badly squeezed by the horse making a dive through at the same time with Mr. Lee. The ladies a:d if GlaSston held a suc cessful church supper and entertainment that netted S78. Prof. Bennet of the pub lie schools did an elocutionery stunt that is highly spoken of. C. A. Preston who used to' hve iti St. Thomas, and went to South Bend, Wash, in 1888, and bought five quarters of tim ber land for 83,750, has recently relused §55,005 foi" the tract Steve Barlow, whose blind pig build ing was burned by neighbors, at Union, Cavalier county, has had two trials lor blind pigging and has another informa tion hanging over his head. S. VV. Jameson of Walhalla celebrated his eightieth birthday last Sunday and the Mountaineer says he is like a man ol sixty.- He looked like that when he liv ed iii'Pembina twenty years ago. John L* Green, immigration inspector at Portal, formerly a resident of Bathgate died at the former place, aged, 62 years. He had'» stroke of paralysis a few years ago from' which he never entirely recov ered. The Walhalla band played "engaged" on Wednesday evening. This isn't mus ic but a drama,. Usually engagements are not harmonious enough to be musi cal. If they, were they couldn't be dram atized. Oemars &< Ardies of Bathgate came near being burned out last week owing to the explosion of a lantern while fill ing a measured oil. A fire extinguish er happened to-be at hand and the fl imes subsided. Mrs. A. Mcliitbsh'of Cavalier, mother ^f Mrs. H. E. Pratt,, had an operation performed on her' eyes- at Winnipeg, OSINESS It is in closer touch wtth business inter ests and can help you more than any other. It placed 800 'pupils in positions this year ^will place more next jeer, and is seeking Intelligent young people who want to" prepare them petfes for' success tul'-futures. Mer 00 A 9 chants seekthose ^with a thorough ^buinneft training K'4'Sendf or ourfr6e catalog with pic tures of thebulld* ing, magnificent equipment, eto.-' .. that has been successful, though a little faither delay wou'd have resulted in blindness. J. W. McGuire of Grand Forks has disposed ol 1100 acres of land in Car lisle, owned by hinise and others, to Messrs. Young and Strahm of Lake WiiSon, Minn, fur 838,000, taking a stock of goods as part pay. A gentleman named Aelke, who his been working for A. ]. McFadden ol Neche, sold some wheat belonging to Mr. McFadden and went across the line, but Andy went after him and now he is in the PcmblRH irtii. He has a wife and '.wo children Ht N che. The First National Bank of St. Thom as has anew burglar alarm that is so complete that if Mr. Burglar attempts in any way to touch the vault with cold steel that the alarm will ring a hell that the Times declares far outshines the city fire alarm as a noise maker. The Evangelical society of Cavalier dedicated their remodelled and enlarged church building on Sunday the 3rd inst. There were many notables among the attending clergymen. The principal speaker was Bishop Horn, of Cleveland, Ohio. Rev. Blodeau af this city was present. Married, at Minto, Claud H. Lee cf Walhalla and Miss Daisy Wight of Min to. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wight, of Minto, and if we re member rieht, was born in this city. The family are still remembered with kind feelings by many of the old residents here, who will add congratulations to the newly married couple, They will reside at Walhalla. Th3 Cavalier Chronicle records the wedding festivities attending the mar riage of a popular couple, Norman J. Walper and Miss Hester Hodgson, both of that locality. The wedding occurred at the residence of the bride's brother, Samuel Hodgson, and was performed by Rev. Van Tassel. The couple after a short trip, will reside on the farm of the groom near Cavalier. Rev. J. C. Healey, formerly of Drayton but for some years a resident of Los An geles, Cai., died at the latter place very suddenly last week. The deceased was one ol the early settlers ot Drayton, and was married to a sister of Hon. J. D. Wallace. The cause ol his death is not stated, but was the result of an operation. He was the pastor of a church the suburbs ot Los Angeles. Holiister's Rocky Mountain Tea is simply liquid electticity. It goes to every part of your body, bringing new blood, strength and new vigor. It makes you well and keeps you well. 35 cents. T. R, Shaw. Bazaar and Social. The annual sale and bazaar of the lad ies of the Episcopal church will take place in the city hall Friday evening, De cember 15th. There will be fancy goods ol all kinds for sale, appropriate tor Christinas presents. The sale will begin sharp at seven o'clock in the evening, alter which there will be a short musical program. Refreshments will be served during the evening. All are invited. If disgusted with bucket shops, deal direct with the "old reliable" L. Soule & Son, Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce tor 21 years. Effect of Sun Soot*. In speaking of the effect of sun spots on the earth, Prof. Elkins of the Yalt observatory said: "They pro duce no climatic or atmospheric dis turbances or changes. The effect of the spots is entirely magnetic. It takes a very sensitive compass tn be affected even." 4 1 A Striking Combination C^e pioneer "Best Newspaper" THE PARKER LUCKY CURVE "Greatest fountain Pen" The same pen with world wide reputation advertised in leading magazines now given as a pre mium with the St. Paul Pioneer Press. Nearly everybody is acquainted *ith the merits of the PARKER Fountain Pen. It is the best made and never sells at retail for less than fx. 50. Take no chances. Send jrour subscription at oilce and if you are dissatisfied in any particular money will be refunded at the end of subscription period. 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Pretty Dress Goods, Warm Blankets, etc. Gentlemen, see us for that Christmas Suit. Thanksgiving and Christmas Groceries—the best. Walk in and see us. J. B. Branchaud Christmas Goods We have the Largest and Most Beautiful Assortment of Christmas Goods ever shown in Joliette before. Come In and see our display Ferguson The New & *R J. TV R^P* tJ A. $ £sg •fa i% St- Lean's 6c Joliette Store, I FULL, CLEAN LIRE OF FRESH GROCERIES, Fruits, Confectionery and Canned Goods. Fresh Fruits every dayl',Nicest Candies in town. "V Your patronage solicited. A. E»' eAVIUEBRl I J.