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v'''%^ww-wwwMrfe® "-W- ••MMr sife: l'- -"v'ti a".1* ..v,,ffg fit I Catsup, 2 for £%•%$ 25 cts Quart boltlejoliVe^ 40 cts Sugar corn, pr doz $1.00 000cxx)00000(x)0000000cxx)000: 11909. Malta Vita, 3 for 25 cts Quaker Oats 3 for 25 cts We sell Gold Medal flour Big Reserva tions Opened! In July 1909, three more Indian Reservations will be opened to the White man. All directly on or adjacent to the Northern Pacific Railway The FLATHEAD in the most picturesque part of the Rockies has 450,000 acres of the finest ot agricultural and grazing lands. A government reclam ation project will also make a large part of it very attractive. The COEUR D' ALENE, just east of the city of Spokane, Washington,! cfn Coeur d' Alene lake has about 200,000 acres including timber lands. The SPOKANE, north of the city of Spokane has about 50,000 acres. The Flathead lands are appraised at 81.25 to $7.00 an acre—the others not yetj appraised, Registration for all these lands extends from July 15th to August 5tb,/ Drawing will take place August 9th 1909. Entries will not be made [before April 1st 1910. For the Flathead land, registration-is at Missoula Montana. For Coeur d' Alene land at Coeur d' Alene City, Idaho. For Spokane land at Spokane, Wash. Minnesota State fair, Hamline, Minn. Sept 6-11. Instructive and Edu-i cational. Make it a point to visit them. You can do it by taking the Nor-j f.hern Pacific. For detailed information regarding lands etc., write to C. W. Mott, Emigration agent,. Northern Pacific Railway, St. Paul, Minn. For rates of fare information about train servicc write to F. C. WARNER, Agent, Pembina, N. Dak. fSk'P''-: mm 'i'«'"' '^l!ij "OCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXW Intending purchasers should call and inspect the new engine and separator before purchasing. Separator FIREPROOF, and best plow engiue on the market. Teams }*L & JAMESKNEESH AW,Afi?nt,PembIfla Calumet Soap, 35 brs Good rice, 16 lbs for Prunes, 20[llbs for Eva p. peaches, 10 lbs Evap. pears, 10 lbs Washington's Plague Spots lie in low, marshy bottoms of the Poto mac, the breeding ground of malaria germs. These germs cause chill, feve and ague, biliousness, jaundice, lassitude, weakness and general debility and bring suffering or death to thousands yearly. But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles. "They are tbe best all-round tonic and cure for malaria I ever used," writes R. M. James, of Louellen, S. C. They cure Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Blood Trou bles and will prevent Typhoid. Try them, 50c. Guaranteed by all dealers. *Twa» a Glorious Victory. There's rejoicing in Fedora, Tenn. A man's life has been saved, and now Dr. King's New Discovery is the talk of the town for curing C. V. Pepper of deadly lung hemmorrhages. "I could not work nor get about," he writes, "and the doc tors did me no good, but, after using Dr. King's New Discovery three weeks, I feel like anew man, and can do good work again." For weak, sore or diseased lungs, Coughs and Colds, Hemorrhages, Hay Fever, LaGrippe, Asthma or any Bronchial affection it stands unrivaled' Price 5oc. and $1.00. Trial Bottle free Sold and'guaranteed by all dealers. PEMBINA Loan and Savings Association. PEMBINA, N. D. Loans money on srood Pembina County real estate. Every borrower is a share- bolder and participate in the profits the the investor. Every dpi atErtereat for the benefit of the shared ). S THOMPSON, 5VS atfiaiiaal 5*WWP* i' Every dollar paid in pays part of the debt and is also palced tereat for the benefit of the share. holders.- From experience it is found that from 108 to 115 monthly payment* pays the t. rincipal and interest on any• sum borrow ed. Monthly payments are GO cents per •hare and $l_per hundred of sum borrowed. ... nus. This form of borrowinir tt la especially convenient and profitable to Sttlltlft rm ... ... ..' f- You will find our grocery stock all fresh, clean goods best in quality and low in price. Buying Coal Now. The railway managers are again asking that shipments of coal be made early so that there may be no shortage in case of bad weather, etc, to avoid a rush later This is a good idea, but it is of no use to ask the consumer to lay in a store of coal at this early date. It may be very de si rable for him to do so, even |from his own standpoint, but he simplyjjwon't^do it unless in exceptional cases.] The circular recently issued |to |the agents by the N. P. is to dealers |and£it is up to them to look after this matter, but primarily it is up to the big coal companies. The circular states that the I''wholesale companies are now prepared to dill all orders for immediate ship ment." We do not see why those same coal piles now on the docks at Duluth can not be distributed by the wholesale people among the local dealers of the northwest at once. Nearly all the local dealers would be willing to accept shipments to certain amounts now, provided they did not have to pay until about the same time as they would if ordered in the ordinary way. As it is, it looks as if the wholesale people Wanted the sonsumer to buy his coal now and pay for it in the pretty soon—which would be of obvious advan tage to the wholesale people, and of no advantage to the local dealer or to the consumer—unless he is scared. list of prices and compare with what you pay Needles, Paris and Supplies (of both Wheeler & Wilson and Singer Wheat money wage earners and salaried men who want to own their own homes. The monthly payments are less than rent, and this formof"rent"buys the home. "''••'^Ti-:r:::i2'^ $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 J. LaMOURE & CO Seared With Hot Iron, or scalded by overturned kettle—cut with a knife—bruised by slammed door —injured by gun or in any other way— the thing needed at once is Bucklen's Arnica Salve to subdue inflamation and kill the pain. It's earth's supreme heal-: e.r, infallible for Boils, Ulcers, Fever1 Sores, Eczema and Piles. 25c. at all. dealers. r~.ichlnca G. G. Thompson. OQQQOOOOOOQ0OOOOOOOOOOOOOO Contracts deliver notice FOWLER Bowesmont Creamery Solicits your shipment of cream. The highest market price. paid for outter fat. Honest test and weight. BOWESMONT, N. D. highest market price5 E. 9. BOOKER, Wfti & iU t*1. Seediess raisins Hi •¥&•&.&* Gal. Log Cabin mpl syr$l Pickles (qrt btl all kinds) Molasses,(N,0, Neche and Walhalla BRING IN YOUR id have them cleaned and overhauled before the rush iNew Wheels for Immediate Delivery WE CARRY IN SIOCK Bicycle and Automobile Sundries!!! k- IwFJesgsWS*: -'^M'---W!^Mf''''*' 75c (!2lbS) $1 The Drugstore Weekly Pointer The smartest man can profit by a POINTER. Get your lap ready. It'll likely to be well filled when the crop is harvested. With sucli good prospects why not get some good barn paint and improve the appearance of your premises? If your house needs painting, touch that up too. We'll trust you the same as the "New England." TR SHAW 1 10 4^ iSf: 'f 25c 35C Can) 25c 3 4 p-i $ ,• -on 4 Hi j'W W 1115' G. G. THOMPSON. J.V'