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The pioneer express. [volume] (Pembina, Dakota [N.D.]) 1883-1928, May 25, 1894, Image 3

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Phyalctao and Ranceou, Pound «l all linun
rben not protMiaMlly .nuated at hlk offlice.
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litnuman afreet at da time and at liir raal
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CEXBCSA, DAKOTA.
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PhyiiUtan nnd Sorfft'on. ofi!c« oml reiMtnce
M«r Mrat5«UotMl Ikuik*
BA1 JIGATr, KORTH DAKOTA
V.
II money to lout on ileal Cft.tr.
ever llAitk.
Sporting
kinds*
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Cartridges
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IN PEMBINA.
FULL SUPPLY OF BUILDING MAfERIAL KEPT-CONSTANTLY
ON HAND. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST.
North of Winchester House. S. K. SWITZEB.
Official Directory.
JOUNSON
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tfnd
Smokeless
Powder,
Shells,
Primers, etc.
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NF.C11B. KORTII l»AKOTA
NEW FLOUR and FEED STORE
The unlersiKiied desire's to en!
he attention ol tbe turners and
in general to the fact thai
•e is now prepared to supply all
-yith Flour and Feed of all kinds.
*'HEAT, OATS AND BARLEY
Tiken in exchange, or for rash, at
the highest market price,
siliire mi corner Stutsman and
Sec.niid streets Pembina.
II. C. KELI»iMAN,
i'riMirietor
CITY DRAY LINL
v'outractx fur liir^e !otn tiiki'i.
tni gondii .Wi»i!rt4, nu short jii
tce. Or-lnrs
CHII
'itinoiillukery.
ice
II'LIVEREJ ill PNRTH
oitv.-
AT. ...
T. k. TRIGS.
The following Is the
I. OASRY
wheat market repoi of
the past week up to last
OM IVAHL
evening, furnished
Vw^V&bK
THE
B11YNJOLK.SO.N
HRRIICVSMTITIVR*.
I' .1 IIOIIUAN
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WOUOK4 HMt NU. dfl.
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8. CRCTI'Y.
tir^t wltd ihlrct Tu»:«l*y «»l 'If-
PEMBIKA LODGE KO. HO, A. O
tf OMJil
"I'llA". ItKltlMTll
KeciKiitr.
Good* «re
go)
og tfcftugh their'state university
examinations this week, Md corrngat
s. ed foreheads have takon tbe place of
the former,
smooth brow*.
YKSTBBDAY,
lie. I
L:I,v
Kirkit Alport.
1
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45
43
15
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SIHKII TIMII MULLET.
Kin PAY. MAY 25,1894.
A KOUMJ TOH'U.
1'LUM-TBKBH
are-In blossom mid
WHLINXHJR-WILLS make nightly music
this week.
W. C. T. U. WILL UICT-'T
Pemlilo.
sidenccof Mrs.
Friday cvviiini
»V 4 »UIMII
I Iosov»V LR
,• .Hi JjltH .'fnillill
.1 Nil AN I". u.Ji I.*
i. (I,.|' Pc.titilim
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at the rc
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Ihokor, tliis|
KAI»l»liX. or I i:t tllj,'.! I e, liiin
vnry ii ui linui! iiml woli'lii',-1, thriM
Vl'iM It, 4| lli llli,
ITKMUMII'CU I
lit:
ioiii.ht:r'.H meeting at
Mrs. !•'. J. liiii '*,next iwmlay.ovei:
ii
({ILL N'L'LIK'K :iil
iiilcrrMtoil lire for
I!--)ll.v
iiiviicii.
"'UK OIMIKI
l'i'rl lliTiilfl
u.-iril
SIIJR, EU-
L-I-iiiTj.'!'. 11 'J IIMII- .VI IIIIIJIIN
is
iipji'tiiiiii (I iifi i'ins' (iiiicrr ill l'l-iii-
Li
."Jlijljfc'd two car-
Ii il i.f yi uiiB filtllc finin lliitli((lltO,
Tiiiii-siiiiy. plt-kcd
III
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H.iuh N«
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1:3'» pro
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in
I :irm in
RttihttnU
URW «»I
«ii
tlirougli tliu
t-niiiilV, fur Willlstni:, to grtiw up nn
tin: tvi'sti'ni ranKi'N.
A I.AI'liK iltii!ioil(.v ill ll'l.l fll \V.
C. T. C. IIUM! III'.'.'II, IvlttSlli! II.ill nil
Mi'iniii.v cvuni,ii| Niiuuclio ly l!rv.
.It liii-nu ahd Miii ri', Ki'li it adiiigs
iiiui i.'n il niiisic iiiiidc iin ii'stL-rutiing
iindins
ivo piogrum.
NUT
A Mii.Moitt Ai, M'lii'iii, In 1 11. friends
of the lute Mr. Ilniiv. will In- deliver
ed at St. Vincent, next Sunday itllei
nroii, l.y l.ln- Iteelor. Mr. llart anil
otlier friends will assist, wiiit the
llltlKiC.
oflker
l'KRXfNM.
I 'IIJII'UII!VL''f,
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GEO. LAWIIKKUK: 1
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U. W,
P. A. HAHT.
V. w.
/.TroHKBY AT LAW
PXVttJX.l, DAKOTA.
w. J. SSI RSIIl-IS',
t,*wyer«. Wlllpnctllie lu Court, ol O.kuU
HontMiiU. mi befon UUlWd fttate* Laud olDee
•I.moy LousnddonifUom made.
fKMBlN.1, DAKOTA.
Thk
iierc and is a successful businessman,
AVE wish
the new firm success.
A I.AitGE roportion OF
eider
A
WILLIAM FOWLER.Proo
URAM CENTHAL
"Baitwr Simp mil Batb Rum,
Everything iii first-class order. The
^IIEST
workmeii aud flnet-t shop
jilty.
^1 JOBEPn GEROUX,
...
PAIITV
he lett at tin
Ab.sk.i. Thev are
nf TLI
IN THE
PfiKjetor
A-
the box-
trees set out on Uolette and
,Stiltsman
streets last spring are
dead. Out of seven
trees set out
the 24th or May. was
the Queen's birthday, anil was oo
sorved.as a holiday in Emerson. A
match'game of base ball was played
between a nine from Ilallock and tlio
Emerson nine and athletic sports
were-tit follow.
Tna Alsop
U,000
mikes the
MID
met
bushels
each trip. The water In the river
continues to reuiiiln
NF.
depth tlnl.
I rip easy. it .Wng risen
softie*lint IN 'LIE lust ROW days owing
IN the heavy
niliig at the'
lie
er*.—I'liii.itlcalcr.
wei.t over
ml wat­
TILT* Kins of the I'Finl.ii.ii LILJ
the
at
w.HI
A
A
\F.
Cheney, of the Mon-
W II STAS'liISH
urch Elevator Omnpiwy.
1'ridny
Saturday
Monday,
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
It
to L.mctsoii
ycsler-
Emerson school boys
ITIIOE ball and came LI'IME
MA KM
AO
IKS
victorious
score of
21
to
20. One Is
a
good many sometimes. '1 lie L.iivs say
WHEN
tlicy mel the Emerson nine thev
KOH'cd more like a picked team from
tlu serious than schools boys.
this cu'inty,
and Mr. Jaquc. I'arciit, of Lctellier,
elevator agent at that point. The
PIOXKKR
Ext*RF8S will iidd Its con
gratulntions to tlun-eof ituiny friends.
THK PIONXEB1XPUBSKC
llectionof
curios were Increased this week by the
addition of
II
buck skill glove, tanned
and made by the wife or a mountain'
ecr Indian, between Hamilton Inlet
and Ungavii lit v. Lai riilor. The ar
tide is well made and shows skill lit
the line of.laiiitii
JJ.
Ix a prohibition case last week at
Liingdoii seven, gotst, straiglil farm
ers swore they Isiuglit intoxicatiiig
liquor 1'ioui the dereiidaiil to drink as
a beverage. The dereiidaiil swore he
only sold tlieni l.qtior as a druggist, or
as :i physician. This was the only
evidence tlic detence. The jurv
disiigree'l alter fnriy-eight, hoursenn
stiltalii ii. Judge Templel. ti on dis
missing l.lietn s.-oreil tlie juiors
severely and stated lie never saw a
plainer case, in all his experience in
coiirl.. It. is evident, prohibition don't
prohibit.—*
IIIU
county.
HI
.MeCjtiiuu'S
lie will
linuselii ld
gtKids have A rji veil rrniir Dray
lot: and
go to housekeeping in
\\. C.
Short's residence. Mr. and
Mis.
Slinrl
have taken A suite nf rooms over the
bank.
have iwcnl.v
acres of .wheat, sown before I lie lasi.
snoiv and It !s as fur idianctd us my
last years's.crop was the first of uly.
1
have all it|y erop in
J»IM«1
shape this
year as nearly everybody in Joiieitu
has.
eity lire engine was out on
Saturday evening ami tried what
could be tluiiu through l.jOO feet of
hose and the resuli was very satis
factory. Willi another S00 feet or
hose alui' st si i| I lie buildings in town
could be readied from the,river.
JOHN
O»I
MAN. III company wiLh
his brother, from Winnipeg,A practic
al jeweler, are opening
a
Jewelery
store in Ilallock. Mr. Goodman Is
proprietor of the N. 1'. Headquarters
in
front of tiiis office ill the same time,
six
are
living and
TUB
the other one
killed by
L'xiox
held
was
the operations around tlic
town well. There must he some dif
ference III the
method
or
planting.
Memorial services wil| Le
at the
M. E.
church,
Sunday
evening. ICev. ft. Johnston will de
liver LLIO
sermon. The
G. A.
It. will
attend in a body. WE arc requested
to state that there will be no SERVI
CES in tlic Episcopal church on that
evening. This courtesy is greatly
appreciated.
M. D, O'KKIBX,at Langdon, got off
the Great Northern train yesterday
morning in search in search of a phy
sician to stop nose bleeding, lie had
»severe attack coming down from
Grand Forks and bled no freely that
the train crctv thought he Mould die.
He went to Dr. McC'onuell's office
and was alili to go on cast this mori,
ing.—Fiirgo I'oruni.
TUBcity well has again teached a
resting place. The city rallicrs hav
ing refused lo pay for wotid to feed
the boiler. It is lit about KM) feet
deep, and in a hard pan gravel strata,
We would like to see the well con
tinued for 40 feet further to see whit
would come at the bottom or tbe pres
eut strata which In all probability la
not very thick.
jurois in Cavalier
Wii would again call the atlen
tioti c.t tl.e city governiiicul to the
si
us ol' the city cemetery. We be
lieve flint tliu ground has been plat
ted at quite nu expense, itut there
the mailer rests and has rested ror
two years. Meantime slakes are be
ing |i,.llcil. burned and misplaced.
Sin tbe platting will lie useless.
V. by don't the council go ahead and
put the lots on saley The necessary
uiiik remaining is certainly but lit'
le. We l.-elicve that as soon as the
lots are put on sale the cemetery
ground will more than lake, care of
itseir Hiiancially. Wnat is the mat
ter?
Ix a trip overland l,n Laiigdou l.ist
week we round eariv wheat well up
all aiong the road and no appreciable
difference in advancement In:
whoie seventy utiles. etiitiiji.g l.y
rail via Larinmrc and Grand I'mks we
round the croit looking just aiioiit tin
same, and all looki tig flrst-class. Thei
seemed to be a larger amount or uu
plowed land than usual, which would
betoken of a smaller acreage of wheat
and more area of oats and barley and
land left for the summer tallow.
While the spring lias seemed wet.colii
and backward,yet the wheat crop as
a whole is up earlier .than usual and
never looked better.
arrangements fur the proper
observance of Mem'trial Day are go
ing on successfully, and promise to
be of much interest. One of the new
features will bean escort by the sol
diers of Fort l'cmbiua, w'ho will be
tinder arms and will Are three volleys
at the ceiuetcry as is the usual cus
tom at the burial of u.soldior, The
A. O. U. W. will also turn out in re
galia, and with tbe flag-drill girls and
the school children aud citizens will
make a procession well worth seeing.
The services in the evening, besides
the oration of Judge Conuiy, will be
varied aud interesting. All ld sol
diers tire especially requested lo be
present and citizens of the county
generally will lie welcome.
The attention or the teachers ami
scholars is called paiticiibirly to the
second section of the Memorial Day
orders published lit litis issue, As
history,
as a
zenship,
FC
III
how to handle tlieni. There arc thir
teen Lapps lu the company.
FKOST
in South Dakota iind Iowa,
a terrible storm on the lakes, with
.. ... vessels coniing on shore art Chicago
Milwaukee in the view or thousands1
iiim
Oilvlleer and Stulstnaii slit. Hot
aud Cold liathsiitall Honrfi
C-AdES JP.4LieX.OZ2
of people, fliMitl iu Peniisylviliii I,j
with the city or Williamsport
onlmr flair
in N IOS I
a
r.r
or Lapps went through '2en|jhll)
FIPIILIFL ITOPVAI IM M'NIMUTAI* L»
oping flag
in
pies.
tlieempoy of the I F. P. llolues and F.L. Itrid»iicauic grant below:
froml
four to eight feet ucdcr water,and a!
cyclone In pliio with a doxen victims,
are in sharp contrast to the bcuutirul
weather or North Dakota enjoyed!
during tbe last week.
U. S. goveuiucnt and go co fiJe care down from Neciie last night to in-1 Tuesday afieiiiiKin: Devotional
of some herds or reindeer wliicli the I vestigate for themselves the land of services let by Rev. Johnston, Pem
I goveriiuienl has imported for tbe use tne Elks. The 11. P.O. E. "trotted" binii Reports or exccuflve officers
or the natives there, who harn so far the lioys through their domains in
I failed to utilize them not knowing elegant style and report has it they
found it a land flowing with milk
liaieiiiptiii
M.
MILLS*, city Jeweler,
loins the procession of prist res* and
improvement by putting In iui new
gluse front and parting the same In
the middle. The Pembina house
MKSSKS
Is at Drayton lo-d'ay
loading wheat. The stumier anil
imrge transputt alM.ut
Donovan and Myrick are
still at work at the county books.
Mr. Morrison joined them un Tues
day. The matter of repnlrlng the
damaged bridges oil the I'eiubiiia
river nt this city and lit Oorbetl's has
been under consideration and a con
tract has l«en closed with Mr. A. Y.
liayue who built the bridges, to put
tlieni botii in nod sliapt rr ^lill.
TUB
A
will take place on
Monday. The contracting inirl iesare
ii
Ida Henry, of Kittson count v,
Minn., who has been successful
and popular teacher
III
synopsis or
Mr. L.
1*.
Strong
pointed a member I-r the ivmniiltee
in place or
A. S.
Gils
JIA.
la
Will. TOTLL,
We iin-j
derstnnd tlii the delilciinii weie'
hiirmoiiious.
U. A. K.
G. A. 11 meeting MMID
order of
We are indebted
to Rev. Mr. Moore, whu was a mission
ary ror two years in that r-ounlrv, for
tlic. same.
iy
A full attendance
eveuh'G.
is requested,
JISan
Dates to be Remembreil.
Conventions. Itcpublieaii uuii.ty,
June.'IOlh, llatbgiite. Slate, July 111
it.
Grand Forks Independent, louii-
fcrafl""
27, 28,
meiit Xational
Jamestown.
reraona s.
.Sheriff O'Connor was over Horn
liali.gatc, Tuesday he reports At
torney Moimct back from Missouri
with his bride and that States At
torney Young lias gone lo lowu after
his family.... A. Y. liayue, the bridge
contractor, who put in the Corbett
and other bthiges in the county was
in the city a couple of days the first
of the week. The commissioners had
liim look over lite bridges affected by
the high water—Mr. aud Mrs. W. F.
Looqiis, were if| the city calling on
rrieitds yesterday. 'I jiey report Mr.
Vaughn arranging ror a trip to the
Itainy Lake country stain,,,,Peter
Johnson and Committeeman D. J.
Laxdal drove down Hum Cavalier,
Wednesday, aud spent the evening in
the city with rriends.... Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. liuoker returned from Grand
Forks, Friday....ISev. L. D. Ward
well expects to leave for a visit to
friends In Iowa next week Dan
McGrucr, an old time resident of
Pembina, has been at Laugdon late
ly. He expects to go into business at
Duluth....Laudlora Sicotte made a
visit to his parents in Manitoba, the
lirst of the week, returning yester
day, aci-omp-iiilcd by his mother
Miss Gertrude Kemp leaves Monday,
to leach school at I'r.fctford... Ed I
~U
tor IJouvclte.
A
lesson in the love or the beautlfu1,
as an ol.ject lesst In the study or
patriotism
of the
lesson In practical cltl- yesterday.. W. J. Knc sl
country, In which the voungesr, child,
Ilallock Euter
cityi
:oes to
prise, was peiambulating the city,
... ... _jtaw
ls|
and love f. the Forks, tn-d iv, on legal ousincss...
MR-
I
11
,, .. ....n1 Hamilton, were in the city rester
as well as the older man can act well .Miss Annie McKenzle, and
his part and have a place, Memorial
Day, with its hallowed associations,
and beautiful ceremonies is well
worthy of proper observance by our
public schools. Let every, school Hag
be hoisted at half-mast that day, and
every teacher, at least, tell the tale
'•,*
Messrs Itoht. Morrison
McQuiiin, sang at iiji
cert at Emerson, last evening.
be chief Tuesday and
ILIEC-HLER,^
end of public education is good citi-
I3T
FDlscon^con'!of
Sunday School Convention.
TIIK Pembina county Sunday JSOLEMN
'HU|ID
L)|E
Election of officers and appilntment
or committees Reports of superin
tendents and delegates from schools
Hearing any subject which may be
brought before the convention, and
discussion thereoni adjournment.
Evening session Devotional sor.
vices, leader appointed by the presl.
dent Address of welcome by Charles
Full, respouce by J, M. Wyiic Our
Work, led by Rev. II. P. Cooper, Jas.
Doble and C.
E.
bath Sdhool: 5th, Betttion of'tin
tliurch to the Sabhath School eth,
Belnllon tif the Sabbath School to
the reforms of the day Choosing
I'cxt place for oldlng convention.
A.ljiiuriiiiK'iit.
IN
getting a new coliir at the hands of
artist Johnson. C. full has put In
new foundation and side-wiijk lo hln
store.
NILII'-sdny ARTCRNIS'II:
.•xer.isfs,
Mis.G
K.^
jai.ee
republican u.uiily inuiUii "nis In
WiUox, reiuoveti ftoni
the county, and 1*'. Y. Kelson,or IVm
binii,
IN place OR
Jolui Kabernagle,de-
ceased, lusides thes, there »er«
present Ciiaiijnan .liidsou LaMotire,
1). J. Laxdal. I.F. Mager, G. E. Ik-em
er, II. L. Holmes, proxy forC. Ilossit.
Geo. l'elersOa and S. I,. Iluigi.t. A'
sent: Grin t.S. linger, J. I). Wallace,i
C. K. WiogiiMl II. N.
IL.v
J. G. SOMDBBMAN.
Adjutant.
Unc'aimed Lct.eu.
The following letters
remain
claimed in the post olllce
and ir not called FI.r
JC
un
I:-T-.,
at I'eiubiiia,'Teacher*
Kili'I, ALIBIS
I .--
•li liolettc,
I
lie
II
ill days] i|!/.eiis.i.N
Will be forwarded to the dead letter Citizens in carriages,
office: *i I': |I-ocessi- TI will n.ove promptly -J T,,.
i'lci
It ipt-eti
Devotional
led
LY
Hev. J,
G. Moore
he ol tct.Of the Sabbath School. M.
.!. ISYAN ami Mrs. M.
E. Switser DIs
I'IISSIOII. (jualillcatloii of
superin
tendent. and teachers,
W. Douglas,
H'.ltyan,•
Discussion, Iteisirt
of committee on revolution
and
dis-
«-iissUiit Galhcriu( lip llie^crumbs,
C.
Jiickson. Adjournment.
'decoration Day Prsffam.
I'LVI'IPIARLERS
RIB p.
The Corl ett I ridge is in very !».•!
slate anil ls,in diing^r of falling at.
any time aid .s in ugly K|ia|H t- re
pair. The lVmi ina i.rliVe will l,e
comparatively easily Hxetl by driving
nuoti.ci row or long piles and put
ting a i,ew ent. in.
Wordeti llist, So.
12,
rtment of North Dakotn,
G. A.
15.. I'emliiiia, S. D,. May 14*H IBM.
OKDKK NO,
I.
BE following program for the
ob­
servance of Memorial Day is an
TN TSIICED FOR the information
and guld-
or all concerned:
TIN' RO-R, will
assemble In their
full
uinlorui, at
were in session at llamilion on Mnn-:M Ntiuday, May 2"tli, for the pur
day.
the
caiI lor ci uti-
FL o'clock
I1"*1'' attending divine
1
ot
Neciie
was ap
p.
service at
The Post will
a ssem ble in
their rooms, in
fiiil uniform,
at I. n'elick p,
in., Wednes
day, May 30th.
for the purpose
of de«-orating
with, flags ind
llowers the
graves of our
dead '-.
Interpre- march Io the cemetery and assist mi­
tabli shed fixture and as an Interpre- march lo the cemetery and" asslstrin !^lfUC''',,?IIV" I'1' "'A,1,0
ter has no equal in tlie.NortlnvestJsrattciiug tlie bright bloss. ins. In the /V!1"'.. J""?
ers Institiite, .lune-.'iith. St. 'ihouiiis
Grand Lodge A. F. and A. M.I, ^cir.llly solicited
June 12th. Valley City Firemen's:'
'land^
Langdon Personals,
Norman Giogras, one or I'eitiliiua
county's old pioneers, was a pleasant
caller one day lust week B. II.
licrgliian, the Icelandic king ot JVni
bina county, arrived in the lity last
evening... .Titos, lioucy, (iiiu. II. Mc
Cabc and Attorney D. J. Laxdal came
across rmni Cavalier tn do Immage in
the biiud-rnld gisldcss.... IC. W. Cou
my, a legal light (rutn Pembliui coiin
ty, who lias Hie el queuce or a Mark
Aitlnny, has been attending curt
lieretliis week....W. J. Ivlieesliaw,
tlie Kiales' attorney o. i'eml.iitii
coil
II
tv appears tn make up in know
ledge what lie lacks in stature. Iiiu
deteuce in tho Milton liquor case
bnnighl rortii mime very strung
|Niiuts.
—Lai.gdon Democrat.
to
The- proces
sion will ti'rio
at l:'.0|i at. on
I. av.^iecl' street
riifiit resting nn Roleite street, in the
I'nllouitit! order:
ltiind.
Worden l'tist, O. A.It.
Civic Societies.
Flag drill Corps.
and cliildttn or the public
foi.T.
lit rst n. A' I' -'..mkI in: rcli
Filip ['I:rpiir. INIT. IN-- DIIV I ITC T,. the lOlinlerv. After ed I all, wive Ibe
Intosli, I. 15. lii-II. IIT'II KAULF. Hit*»I-I.-TT.oiiit-K lln-I-E.'~tin- procession
K. CAVILKI.it. 1*. M. "ill I NN itnd
miin-H
lank in the
IiKcrprettr.
I
I lie
tbe
III.
Sioux llitiiatiM in illtetidiii.ie :t
United States ceitrl. is ite of
Dakota's oitlest t'S olii linin-, It.
Tile i'i will
p. in.. May :i0i It
If (itrl In the iiieiM
V*lrg
been one ol I he lirst residents nt the
Turtle Mctintiiiii country. United
Stales court would seem out of place,or tlie regular army, are cordially in-'
without Joe's presence. lie is an es- viteil i-i fall in with Wordcu Post ml!
fixture and
1
He has a rich rund stories nu tap! lust camping ground of our dead. '"""'d in the slu^ of a tree,
and can hold the attention or Ids au- j'l he soldiers at Fort IVmbiua, all
ditors with l.ls reminiscences or early ,civic societies, the flag corns, tl.e,
tcrritorlaltlays.-FargoForii.ii. teachers and children or the public
!schools, and all the patriotic
invited lo p:ii'tie!|iate with Us in the
observance or litis, our .Memorial
Day
ty, June ttth, Cavalier. .Slate, June ., .„
.... It e.aineslly requested that all
I4tli, Jamestown Democratic,! ,., „....
.„
.. a. .».! pi-u cs ot iitisiness lie closed from I lo
County .State, July 20th. Grand •, ,, ,,
i, P* "'ii Memorial Day. and that all
folks sutidaj .sehjH.I ci in veil in in,
June I- '"'d M.h, rciiibina ca. h-. „,(!
J#
t,ispli,yed
"o' w,
a II I I I 1 2 a
.. to gather wild flowers aud send, or
....G. A. It. Encampment, June hrinu liium in Kittson luill belore
U,Cy
,, .. ,. spaie. the children are requested
'St,,lc t'nnnili- noon on lhatday. Ir the flbwers are
(luard. June 28th,
roriucd into Imuqucts, wreaths, etc.,
it will save time in their arrange
ment. lr the flag corps girls would
kindly come to Kittson Intii in-the
forenoon or Memorial Day. to receive
and arrange the flowers, their kind
ness would be gratefully appreciated
by the old soldiers. The service at
Kittson hall will
COIISIAI
or vocal and
instrumental music by the male'
quartette and Short orchestra, an
o.alion by Judge County, a short ad
dress by the Post commander or the
G. A. It, audits Memorial Day obscr
vanee. a souif by Courade Snndermnii,
aud a flag drill by the corps of school
girls.
The Ileal I-felt thanks or the veter
ans are tendered in advance tor the
nniiiv favors, and kindnesses, we
know we are to he the recipients or
rrctii tlie patriotic and sympathetic
people or IVmi.imi. Itv order of
J, G, SoXliKItSIAN, G. W. PBRKIfiS,
Adjutant. Post Commander.
Headquarters Warden Post, No. 12,
G. A, It. Pembina, N. I. May, 23,
ISII4.
OttOBItS KO. 2.
The commanding officer of Fort
Pembina, haying accepted the invita
tion tendered his command, in take
part in the exercises of Memorial
Day, ordeis Xo.'l. of the 14th Inst, are
so amended, that, in the formation
and inarch lo ihc cemetery, the re
gular troops will form the head of tbe
column and act as escort to the G. A.
It.
Comrade Heller, of Cavalier, and
Comrades Sternberg and Sarver, of
Hamilton, N. I), are hereby detailed
as a committee to attend to the de
0 iration or the graves of union sol.
diers and sailors buried at Carlisle, N.
D. The people living in. that vici
nity are cordially invited .to contri
bute flowers and assist these com
rades in the performance of this sad
but patriotic service,
Itv order or
J.
G. SONDKItMAN, G. W. PBKKIXS,
Adjutant. Post Commander.
Memorial Day Ordwa.
I. In compliance with General Or
der Xo. fi. National Headquarters
and in oiiedicnce to resolution roruiu
lated by our beloved commander,
John A. Logan, and adopted by the
Grand rmy or the Republic twenty
six years ago—Wednesday May 30,
181)4, will be ooserved as Meuiorl-ii
Day by all the Posts in this Depart
ment.
lhi8 bcau, lfl11
School i'l.iirmil'inii meets gt Pembina, come comrades who still carry in their
Wednesday,
Juno
ISth.hoarts
,{0„D
H008CWLVC8
arc already furbishing up the spaie
IOOIIIS
fur guests. We give the pro-
coston of strewing
•venlnir. flowers cpou the silent mounds where
I sleep our rallcn heroes, be sinccre
and universal. Let us observe the
ceremonies
or this
day
HONS
Jaekson. Topics
1
suggested—1st, Temperance 2nd, Re
lation of parents to Sabbath Schools
3rd, The study of lesson at home 4lh,
Relation of the minister to tho Sat-
r*.
I V- ».
tfghert of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U.
S. Gov't Repot.
AnsouriEiar
that every publtff school ii nor «i ite, Frank Williams, wiu
dispense with the usual custon of re- Hams, age,i years,
citat lnii, and devote the afterunnii to
study, or review, or the causes, ln»
cld.-utsand results, nf the rebellion.
Such an artemism service can be
rendered very Interesting and instruc
tive with
II
lit'te preparation, in
reading, recitations and songs, with
remarks from the icaclu is,
:iud
fnuu
Jtu .N l.
Tbe trees are
log
ly
will ri iiu linn M,hi, null,, in inu ...... i. .,
-nl. .. to the 1.1a. nf fnrmatM-, I "'ll
wlit'it- will be oismissed.
will ifi it. as-iemt I.* I feigners tfoing north ill tile
small hour.oi tbe mi riiiiig. Iiiirr\iig
I.ACK.
M. (j. Ct'smxo, lie) i. ('iiitn,'ii
Ass't. AdJ't. General..
S
For the Readers ot tb. Pioneer Ex
P' wK by Hpoclnl Reporters.
Heche.
all in full milage,
mak-!
Neciie the linest I.I, NLOTIG THE
line.
orilin
the most tiding
lice rcgiilalii.g I iejclc
dc.uiilks
on
tlic
is
nt Kittson hall, with tiipid t.r:di ror rear oil
AH survivors or the I.r U,e",'ei '''"''"l" ""Idet.lyj
I v..*...,, whether wearing the blue or It'"t
grey, ,11 soldiers and ex-soIdlers er 7 V'T'r
a| pii-t ial-
i« uho go uiiee.'-
llvrr. One 01 I lie lreigiht seemed
routed!
II
hin LnitK^, ui.d wiih bhnich-
pointed.-i revolver and
than ever.
4
As in the tKtst, let the observance
as
be
sacred memories of the men
who so freely gave their lives for the
land they loved. Their work is done,
but th :ir rc.:ord is written in the na
tion's tears, and the memory of their
heroic deeds will live In history for
genera
yet to come. Let no
grave be inidccorated ever remem
bering thai lie who carried tho knup.
sick In the long Hue of loyal blue
WM«l"all' hero with him who
isstied commands and planned cam
paigiis, So on that day let the
graves of tho humble and renowned
be each strovu with God'a choicest
flowers as fitting emblems of the purl
ty of thcirsacrilicesand be not asham
ed tn let the fond tear ot memory fall
as we,
Cover llwm over with brMllfc!
Rotnn.
IMOkibem with garland*, IhiM brolbem of
nun
heriiin the nanevof lltoAr beroMnf tan
nrt cover them oerwltk btaStKal flowerr."
2. Iii the afternoon of the day pre
ceding Memorial Day, It Is requested
l"unly'
SIIMUI
off the
.highwaymen. The attaching piirlies
were now ou the defensive
,lel,
s've
IK-O.leI'U"BU,c:^""'I'D'ess
of I'.-iuMiiii and viciniO^are cortially!!!'!i!lV..^.i .''/i V'.1"'1"
and bung
theirtnerri-
|UU""1!S w'"'
jIi.n laugl.t••. All were t'ri••nils.
,V
at bair-uiast during
u(lt|(e
XuaUton.
Hev. Mitchell, of Crystal, was in
the city Tuesday last.
J. M. Cllisholm is building a line,
slimmer house, on his iawn.
Rev. Jeplicott ami Mr. lint.: tier
were down rront llathgate, Tuesday
last.
Don't rorget tlic strawberry and
ice cream festival, tomorrow uigl t,
at the M. E. church.
J. E. Thacker went out on the
flats cast of town, Thursday evening
aud returned tiie next day Willi two
geese.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. A brains were
down from Walhalla the lirst of last
week, the guests of Mr. aud Mrs. W.
L. A brains.
Died.—Oil Monday ni^lil, May 21st
IfilM, at Hamilton, or heart trouble,
Baking
Rwder
PURE
one or more residents of the district, H"1 cil K\.io«:*s, I'eiiil.iiia. 4.V46
which will prove
II
relative
ViiiiiiiMe tessn.i of1
Sovalty and patrii tisiu, in the young.
3,
Tue attention or posts is called
to the requirement
of General Orders
atteudiug divine service
on the Sunday picccdint' Menu.rial
Day.
4.
Chaplaiusur
I'nsis
will icpoil in
DeiNirtment Chaplain the iiuiiii er ot
gravesueci.ijiled and all matters n|
interest com. ected nil It the oliseiv
ance of the day.
"onicial." I ty ii:nliUIl:i i.f
or James Wll
Tlie sympathy
or lie residents or lliimilton and vi
cinity is extended to the family in
this. 11ieir -ii eieavemeiit.
T. Jtiliot will open his ice cream
parlors, Monday, and on tint day all
iiiscnsti liters will receive a dish rrce.
Hi'1st.el ii-Friesiati hull,thoroughbred
D.seasis ol lie Eye, Ear and Throat.
Dr. Aguew, or Winniiieg, specialist,
will lie at Pembina the latter part or
June. Look ror date in future issue.
Pasturing.
I have loom ror a limited number
of horses and cattle In my pasture, for
tin ci'tnhijf season. Good flowing
water, iind limber for siteller.
4I-1H
GBiiituK
H'KIIII,
Ci 'A ar.'.od.
A ymlciilnl'i tein m||| eat, hear or a
permanent, vim tii'ii l.y applying at
once, in Mrs. 1-.. I!. Live, St. Vin
cent. (f
iTi'/.e seed oat sat the Drug Store.
in .Mr. ami Mrs John ltu»or.
I'ort'
Si
I'resli tfiircicii
t*'le.
Wheat isall sown i.i u'riiwin^iii e-|
iy.
,|| lit! F. Mager and Or. McLacliian, I deH\ery,
or Walitalla went in town this week, til"1" gtados.
seeds at
Optical Announcement.
MR. W.
c'
Fresh Goods Ve Have Just Received
This morning we received 20
packages of goods, and they must
be sold quick, so we will sell our
Cottons and Dress Goods cheaper
Our $1 Dress goods for...
Our $1.25 Dress goods for..
Onr 65et DIVSK gootls for...
Good quality unbleached cotton, worth 7Acts, now I5.J. Ladies1
black cotton hose, 3 pairs for 25cts. Men's good cotton hose,
pairs for 2Sets. Men's gocwl braces, worth 20, now 12icts.
CHtildren's and ladies' handkerchiefs, ftcts.
Oh! Tou ought to see those fine
fresh groceries just arrived.
AVe cannot le undersold. Rush right along
our cheap raisins, cheap currants ami cheap
in price, not quality. We are selling our fJOct. California
canned fruits for 20cts. each. Our corn at lOcts. a can can't
lie beat.
Our 20ct, green tea is just as good as the tea sold by other8
fop 35cts, Our XXXX, aud Arbtickle's eott'ee, 2.r»cts. |R'r lb.
No old stock, all new and fresh.
Ionian, graduate opti
ciau or lite Chicago Op
tical College, will visit
Pembina frequently for
the purpose or fitting
Spectacles and Eye
G1 isses accurately. All
complicated errors or
refraction scientifically
See dale ot next visit ill lu-
corrected,
lure issue
W. It.
IXMAX
GHAS. FULL,
Pembina.
v. jfc »-1 «'j
1
Carlisle.
the Drug
:i.'iti
I'.icycles.
I hate snltl all my second-liand
ieM |e ut have on hand for im
nevv, high and tnc-
G. ti. 'i'lltlMl'StlX.
If you want buildings moved in
workmanlike inatn er call on
M. .1. FAIHU.N.
43tr l.alhgale. X. II.
8Utldar.l.B:c:i ." 5
•Von i,V vol. UtlJ. iiil
mil eite." I' tin I Hie eel.
I
fi, led
Kittsou sit k. will be
I ei i.!. or r. lie
If Appi.v I I.. I
I.C sold ..:
ii: Ii Iill.ll.
I-I:I i:.
IV:.ii ilia
For the best bred trolling siallinu
in Ni-ilii liiiki lii c„|| on
-I. I'ALLLLKX,
•W'-f Hal ligiite, N. D.
& Co.
42tf Opticians, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Money to Lend.
Itnliert Muir&Sou, Hamilton, arc
now prepared lo lend uinncy nil real
eslale. 41
See the World1# Fair for Fif.e
:n Cents.
Upon receipt or your address and
fifteen cents in postage stamps, we
will mail you prepaid oil Souvenir
Portfolio ol the World's Columbian
Exposition, the regular price is
Fifty cents, but as we want you to
have one, we make llie price nominal.
You will find it a work of art and a
thing to be prized, It contains full
page views or the great building, with
descriptions or same, and is excculcd
in highest style or art. 1 not sa tlsti
ed with it, we will refund the stamps
and let yon ke- the book. Address.
If. E. llrc'Ki.ix Co.. Chicago, 111.
BANKRUPT STOCKS
Are Nowhere to be Compared
To the New and
arrived.
7.fats.
90ets.
,. fiOcts,
and get. sonic of
grapes. Cheap
fs a wasie
ol iff lor tis tt* attempt to tell you what you can find nut so
much it\: SAIISFAClO'SILY by calling at ur s'.ow
namely, that our spring stork I l.ry Goods CI 'hi I
Shoes exceeds in beauty, vart iij and value that of ny lier
•n Pembina county.
Its a waste
of lime for you to wait until your ncighbois make tl ir
tiou before ou buy. Why not "take time by the forth
and call now whi the stock is unbroken.
Its a waste
of numcy lor you to jro elsewwhere and pay nu.re f«
artiiir ili in you could buy the same of us.
1
Mi'iii ht .Vices', was the motto adoptedAvhen wc mbraked "n
bttsin- ss and it has been riiidl\* adhered to. S| cakinc
waist if
Its a waist
you want wc csm sti| |ily y«.u with one made of good print for
35ifiits. Wouldn't it be a waste of time to make it yourself?
YVe have others of different materials and prices. Have you
seen them? Those $1.25 Print wrappers we pictured you
last week are still being "wrapped" at
tyort's $alisfaotory $tere.
HINTS,
errsiNE
team harness, made of No oak-tanned
leather, it becomes necessary for me to em­
ploy another workman to keep up with the
work. I am now prepared to fill all orders
for light and heavy harness on short notice.
I also carry in stock a full line of ply-
Nets, Sheets, Dusters, bap-
Robes, Trunks, Yallses, Whips
and Saddery Hardware, which
I will sell as cheap as any first-class shop in the suit.
Respectfully,
Millinery
MID WALL-UKR,
For Spring House-
cleaning,
AT THK
DRUG STORE.
A nice fresh stock of perfumeries, for the ladies, jusf
.HAND-MADE HARNESS
Owing to the unusual demand for good
CHISHOLM.
J. M.
Hamilton, N.
Opening.
The latest novelties in
Spring and Summer Mil,
inery are on display at
our new rooms. The la­
dies arecordially invited
to call and inspect.
MISSES COATS,
PEMBINA, N. D.
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