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The pioneer express. [volume] (Pembina, Dakota [N.D.]) 1883-1928, June 01, 1894, Image 3

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IN PEMBINA.
FOIL SUPPLY OF BUILDING MATERIAL KEPT CONSTANTLY
ON HAND, PRICES AS LOW AS TWEvjOWEST.
North #f Winchester House.
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The following Is the
wheat market repoitof
the past week up to last
evening, furnished bjrF.
8. Cheney, of the Mun»
arch Elevator Company.,
Friday
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Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday 45I42IS4
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FBIDAY. JUNE I, ISM.
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Un lour vlendra,
Qui n'eat pnsvenu
Que Jud mordera
Celul qui 1'a mordu.
DISTRICT
court will convene
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Pbrdelu and Bursro*.
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MMSnk.
NBOaa. K0KTH DAKOTA
The undersigned desires to eal
(he attention ot the tanner* and
people in general (o the fact that
fte now prepared to aupply all
with Flour and Feed of a|l kinds
WHEAT. OATS AND jBARLEY
Taken in exchange, or for cash, at
the highest market price.
Store on comer Stutsman and
Second streets Pembina.
H.C.FELDMAN,
Proprietor.
CITY DRAYLINt
Contracts for large !ou taken
and gooda delivered on ahort no
tice. Orders can be left at th«
Vioneer Bakery.
Ice delivered to all parts of the
aitr.
WILLIAM FdWLER.Prop
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DAKOTA.
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N. D.
mm clmk was lost on Memo.
rl Day pn the road to the cemetery.
Finder piensc leave or notify this of
flci.
TnK Fargo Argus and Republican
ench base the- apportionment of dele
gntcn to the state convention on the
votc of IfM.
LANnLORO Picho of the Pembina
House «iffcred..Pttack of nppoplexy
last week but we are glad, to say that
he is recovering rapidly
a
\V* have iiearfat least half a dc«
cn of our "city farniem" cach declare
on oath that they had "the best piece
of wheat In the country."
Custom
officer McQulnn'a family
arrived in town Saturday, and tfrc
comfortably located in W..-
vkby
offioe kal reslJfnce
NOfTH PAKOTA
QOACKcnacsH.
ROM.
Under First National Bank, corner of
CavNeer and Stutsman ata. Hot
aod Cold Batha at all Hours
ng
ln flnt-clasa
order. The
nand flneat ahop In the
-«!ty.
^JOSEPH
OEBOf X. Pvoiwiatof
•••&'.
:SMSrt's
residence, on Hamucy
street.
Tub
uustonu^ office rccclrcji thor­
ough renovation tMa week,- both
rooms a ^nt of kalsomlnlng, And now
presents as attractive appearand as
when.first built. -\h
A
dkmockatic
cobntv convention
Is called for Nechc, June 38th to elect
nineteen delegates to attend the
state convention at Grand Forks.
July 26th. See Mil next week.
G. TT. Thompson and bride, of Hal
lock, stopped at the Winchester, Wed
nesday. on their wedding trip to Win
nipeg. The newly wedded couple are
among the best young, people of Hal
lock. Congratulations.
A
large audience attended at
the M. E. church last Sunday on the
occasion of union memorial services
fur the G. A. It. Rev. Mr. Johnston
delivered an eloquent sermon appro
piate to the occasion.
So many potatoes bare been used
for seed, the market has been pretty
well drained. Price is forty cents
here, and for apart of the week there
ere no potatoes in town. New po
tatoes from tht south will bein mark
et in a couple of weeks.
A
lauok
oSa
NEW FLOUR and ^EEO STORE
delegation from this city
attended the service held at the
Episcopal Church St Virfcent.
In mem
oryofJohn Bruce the congregation
was large and we hear very compli
mentary remarks in regard to the elo
quence of the officiating clergymen
Rev. Mr. Wharton.
The old dam is being torn up and
the lumber used for repairing street
crossings, ect. The idea of-putting
in a dam for Arc protection has been
abandoned as impractical, and the
project of putting down an artesian
well is now being considered. It
seems to lie aimoet impossible to put
In a dam that will stand tha spring
floods.—Crystal Call.
TnK attention of republican town
ship committees is called to the no
tice printed in this issue for the
county convention at llathgate on
June 30th call to mind who the mem
bets of the committee arc, get out
notices In due tunc and in proper
shape do all possible to get out a well
attended caucus, and give no excuse
for contest. A contest is usually
equivalent to defeat aw) the after re
sults are harder t«» cure. People «vll)
stand a square defeat better than
they will a contest.
Tius election for a successor to ex
Alderman Brandon Johnson, In ward,
No. I, Monday, was as lively a con
test as anr election ever held in the
city. One faction brought out F. M.
King and the other, Michael Brady,
When the polls cleared, Mr. King bad
twenty vog^s over his opponent. We
predict that the harmony heretofore,
displayed In municipal elections will
be ruffled by the same wave of dis
cord, and that the voters will have a
choice at next election. Let the
good work go on. It Is always good
for printer.
A rtu alarm Suodajr erealogi at
(lso'doekl4Nmwht out the -Mm, de
wrtaMnt In ahon noticl, but' the
Jaif was extlngalthed before the
«r» i«| liMjM|r wort. Th^ children
iMbeehj^Int wfthiiiateheain the
rear ot tbe oM Strong bulldiiig, at
the foot of Bolette street opeppt^d
1t|s. Qittlng*, and aet flre tb the
of straw, layliig upagaltift th|i
btiiMIng: Ifoilawage wfs done.
Wiiahiaa Jaas »aM .Ch».
The Pembl(»bBSf ball club, Is be
ing iMometad fM a two yaaia
tranea. The boys turned uut ^at^
ar avaning and played a llralr guna
"~t is tbair lotenttoo to put In goo
U*sly praotloa (or a ooupla nt weeks
then aend ohaUengai broadcast
fteland, With Ge«g« I«ilMagar
July
COUNTY c«mmlfsHlnpera meet,
week. ..
next
WAt.tKH Kk*ip hn*-*pnlntpl t.ha
fmiit of bin lMk^1|t|HMUve style.
A MfliiT fnmt on Saturday morn
Inir, ifct iiwn.v wlih'y'iiiiitFan'd tondor
wprtJiliK
Skuvicks
win lw coiiduntpd in the
I'rcslivfcrliiti rliiin'li SiUdiiy:evenlnir,
nt (.lie UKtml time:
Tukku isconsldernMc local demand
iinrt iKirlo.v. Oats are worth
:*i to 35 cents and liarlc.i 40 cents.
ttviLDiNO & Loan meeting Tues
dnr. A. O. U. W. Same evening.
TIiIk
(Prfday.) eve regular, A. F. it
Sonderman aa tiattery and
J, ^nlat inijtitaitt, the^ Pembina
alae
aiita
handle
any
tfon
local
iaiibe
Pa,'.-.
S.^IjWflTZIR
!3
organlia-
B^d'IIIfbr -Valley, after a
The.
fe^ 'wieks'r«t ^racUoe.
med,||nand*l-. upwrt
ihentli.
boys
for
equip.
rvmnw
pr. Rose came ln -tromi naaditton,
^iiturday, and wrt. Dyifr thf'N.?.
Monday, for Fargo, where ho will join
his brother on a Ashing trip io De
troit Lake. 'Mr. Roeo will.% vat hit
port' Bere next Monday.'.. .'.4Miss Bird
O'flara was down from Neche, the
flrstof the week, visiting friends and
relatives In-town.....« Register, of
Deeds'Anderson, went to
St. Thoniaa,
Saturday, on a brief business trjr
T^Ttkmipion ^iqel(iyev1iron
.Thomas, Tuesday, and stayed In tow
and helped'ralebrate Decoration' Day
......S^K. TtKnnpaoo of the Hallock
Knterpflae wa*jn the city Sunday
.S. FHae.dio^Averfniuii^'atflHba
Sunday.... Attorney Kneeshaw Yen
to Oran'd ForVs Fildky aj^kr lb
a case beton Jiklge Te|npletpii :l.
Bon. Judrtin CAMoure was- at" Grand
Forks Saturday,returning Sunday...
Supt. Jackson has beeb visiting the
schools in districts west of Necfie this
week. Mr. Jacksini' is putting in his
extra time arranging for the teachers
institute at St .Thon»s June
S»th..,
A Ictkr from (iitr friend Jon. Lit I'orlc
Mlni'l.tMiVH Mm I. J. A. WlddU, roriuc.i
ly oiKTiitor
iu'ic, is
thiit |il»ci'....Tiie following, obi wol
(iicrs from niirond, were present de
coration iliij: Jan. tSmiih, Ilulhck
M.llt-llt-r, Cavalier JohnOtfctu Kt
(lir M. Sarverand Casper Steftrtferg,
Win. lUiiidliMwc, Grand
Forks, nunc up Saturday to vbit re.
lutlvi-s and friends at liifrformer htimo
west of town floii. L. K. ttooker
went to Grand Forks Wednesday
Mr. and Mis. W. H. Roberts, Mr! and
Mrs. W.- C. Srecu. Ed. Jones and Dr.
C. Dell, of Hamilton Mr. and1 Mrs
Louis Morin and Landlord O'Bara, of
Neche, celebrated decoration exercis
es In the city.. .-.T. Trotter, merchant
of Neche, came down on bicycle on
Monday... .A. D. Cavlleer, spent Sun
day in the city Mr. and Mrs. Dr.
BoOker arrived yesterday from Vir
ginia. They intern! to boawl ut the
Winchester house the coming season,
A.
Memorial Day.
With cach recurring celebration of
Memorial Dajr an increased interest Is
shown in its obsorVanuo, and Wed
nesday the whole i^ipulatlon of the
city with large numbers of people
ftoni neighboring localities, united In
diaklng the celebration the'ifliHit suc
cessful of all that have been held in.
this city. ..
At 1::M v.m.-promptly
Pfi
time, the
procession formed on Caviieer street
in the following order:
OUDER.
Pembiiia Cornet.Bund.
Company E. 22nd,.U.
8. A.
G. A It. and Veteralw.
.Flag Drill Girls.
Pemtiing Public Schtsil.
A.O.U.Wi. ...
Citizens on foot.
Citizens in carriages.
The prwpssion then moved direct
to jj|p cemetery to the" Dead March
in Saul'' by
ilrrtoPtl- The procession
was very long and pawbeg least
froni tbe depot to tlic cemetery while
hundreds took tiieir way by the side
walks and other streets. The coliter
of attraction o( course was the com
pany of rsiguJafM from. Fort Pembina
and^tftelr martial bearing, military
ittbycmentCV-aiid fine appeamnca ad4r
ed very much to the1 interest of the
occasion.
The program at the ccmetcry was
as follows:
1SXKRCI8K8 AT THK C'KMKTKKY.
Music by-the band.
'Services by the G. A. R.
Decoration of waves. ..
rti#
COUNTY NEWS.
ot
VwIM
UwHoaiw
••porters.
Isadora Dawson, if Langdon, is
ojouralaglrilown:
CfOhler Harmon left on the
toaad: trains Tuesday.
Dr. Bunowa Is another eltlten who
has beenWilldiai this spring In tha
war of anew bam,
Peter Oaripy )Ms.bulU fence
around his yard and lota, and other*
wise flxed things up In shape
Jim Derby ts.not behind In new lm
provements this spring. He Is having
a kitchen built on to fell residence.
The Great Northern employers
have built a fence around the stock
yatfs. here which*rS*oafly needed.
Wheat never luoked better at tills
tjme in this section, but the average
Is Aitly otie third less' than last sea
aim.
ThevKadden hotel Is undergoing
sotner6palraiii this'way of a new
foundation,.new kljtchen and a coat
ofpaiiit.
Mat ProbgVfas bulk a large black
smith shop 'n the rear of his machine
pmjtoi"' ...rtr Mat'ls ready for
isin*
husincsK.
-SuadaJL Juvo 3rd, Presiding Elder
Kirf"* •,"A
H. C. KlfrigcTwDl condtart-quh'rterlv
meeting services In the M. E. Church,
at. 11a.*v
Harry Maw has been giving Field
er's store-front a few artistic touches
of the brush, which adds very much
:to its appearance.
N. C. Young- has returned from
Iowa with his wire and ramily. Mrs.
Young bad a good
J.Ull
iii:uii|iiiliiiing liV
striiin^nlM lor the Great Northern
and
Is
LilMolirc
The Esterly Co. had a carload of
mowers and binders shipped in. On
Friday last, liathgatc will lie the
distributing point for Pembinn coun
ty.
W.
S. Chapman' has opened' out a
nice, tasty buchcr shop and employed
a Mr. Anderson, from Minneapolis,
Who is'a practical man at tho busi
ness.
.Hardware never was cheaper in
Pembina county thiin lt Is in- llath':
gate. A clear case of freeze-out and
th£ man who buys the goods gets the
benefit or the cut.
John Houston is erecting a wind
mill back of hi* iliUFllllip shop*. John
can furnish tlic wind this fall with
which to run the republican cam
paign.
Mrs. C. W. Johnson left tor Winni
peg hospital l-ifit Thursday to under
go a siwgteat operation. Word receiv
ed si ncc to the effect that she i* do.
log well.
We are tbaukrul that we dou't re
side In the north end or town, ror
with the mill and chcese-factory
yrfitst'es and Ike Foste r'sfox-hoiinds,
there is no Wip pj^hor day or night.
Mr. Alex. Canack was In town, Hun.
day, the guest .or Howard Adams.
Alex, is studying ror the ministry
and will -take a coursc or music in
(«mn^]!on this summer.
.SinccthMeptrtur* of N.- VttUihg's
'•Xero/' from
D«n:.
AS
Services by the G. A. R.
Benediction.
Three Volleys.
Returu to city and dismissal.
A pleasing matter In rcfjretice lo
the decoration ofgntres wis thefact
that not onlv soldiers, and un^aufljsof
reteraas' graves Were wered with
flowers, but"tba^r«'large, proportion
of other graves also bore beautiful
floral, memorial tributes. There were
probably more than a thousand peo.
pie at the cemetery during thci exer
cises there.
Though the hour of commencing
the programut/Kittson!IIall-wa»set at
8 o'clock the audience began to gath
thcr before seven, and by
FBOGUAX
hair
past
seven almost every seat was taken
and wheueight o'clock came, ueprly
every root of available space had been
taken, and a hundred people, at least,
were unabl£to Hud admittance while
a hundred more were'glad to get a
place'to stand inside the ball. The
program was as follows:
AT KITTSON
iiitt.
Commence at 8 o'clock.
Overture..... Short's Orchestra
Song, Male Quartet.
Oration „IIon. E.
W.
Conmy.
Selection...........Short's Orchestra.
Duet. .Fred Ityan and Jas. Ward
well.
Address, Post Com'r, G. W. Pcrklus.
The Custer Bugle Call, Male Quartet.
Selection Short's Orchestra.
Song Male Quartet.
Flag Drill... Eighteen Toung Ladles.
America.
We have not time this week to give
any extended comments on the pn
gram. The Short orchestra, and the
Male Quartet arc old favorites with
Pembina audienccs and as usual did
thenwlres proud.. The oration of
Hon. W.fioflwy wW patriotic, in
teresting and eloquent. Ill*
was the deeds of the Grand Army,
the questions solved by th«ir success
and the greatness of thenatjon saved,
and Mr, Conmr handled his subject
in a masterly style. The address of
the commaaderwas received with
Interest. The flag drill of tbe eigh
teen youmr ladles under tbe charge of
Miss Oldham of our public school,
was a beautiful feature. The enter
tainment closed with the tent scene
formed by the red, white and blue
scarfs, of the young ladles, tf
audience tolnlng ln ''s
"America" til)
the echoes nng with muslcal patribt!
Ism. The bugle then blew "uns"
tlMMldlers^Md night" and Memop
Jal Day of 1994 was over.
Qulgley,s Ks«u
tliM doctor seemed to be quite down
llPHitedi b||t since his appointment
City jphundmasteF/hP OHifht |o fooi
highly elated,
Jim McOurran was in town last
week. There is some talk running
him rersheriff this rail. Well,
tho ~?5rmers ot EimSTniT
should Justly feel proud or. Kow
the patrons 'ot tlja^actory, »bould
send all the milk M? poMribly can
spare and
induce, others to do the
sanio
this seasoo^ as the factory waa
built
on
the promise bf so
and
south
and
The. mill Is rannlog steady
tartiif OM lnMaM flour.
Al. Mtfwin ha* added a tinner to
b|#bi!MtaMka»AlMM|ood trade, for
anew beginner.
very
much improved in health.
Paul Johnson is hauling the 'milk
on the Cirlislu route. Did you ever
set Paul but be was doing somcthinK
for the widows, or public gryKl.
uiis .III
town Tiles
day.. Jud don't s-y (uiirli. I lit \%fi-ii
the wheal is rl|ii you will Hud .1 mi's
head and tiiirs into tlie harvest.
at
It tiie (lulli^'tc Masons keep r'i lit
on In tin! Ko'd work tlii'V will liavc to
bnild or r«ui |arg«*r (mII- Tlwy ie
hugKing the hundred |rr(tY close.
Mrs. llallciil eric, Mrs,
Yoiiiik
C. Locki't wvnt to VS ionlix-H tt-r a
pleasure trip lust Frlaay, rcturnioif
on Sunday.
Surveyor McGuin, from Walhalla,
Is here platting the graveyard and
when completed a new fence will be
erected around the whole yard.'
p. McK'cnzle has been planting
shade trees around his lots on the
corner of Garfield and 1st street, ai!
Joining Hugh Walt's hew residence.
Jim
would make a good senator or repre
sentative, but we are doubtful about
him as sheriff.
In'reference to the bad roads at tlic
cornor of the school scctlon, near
Thos. Corrack's, in a teeant pf
the
Pionebk Exprk?r,
it should
read G.eo. Nellson and not Geo. Wil
§on.a» lP WJis published.
Attorney Monette is nice and ooin
fortably settled with his bride in his
own, neat little eottage. Mr. Mo
nette has made many friends and
done mil during his' short sojourn
here and 08 be new lias a helpmate he
will certain to do batter. We
heartily welcome Mrs, MpneHP Ui
Bathgate.
Wm/'MeMMKhle accompanied by
Hect McKay, or St. Thomas, took
supper In town, Saturday evening:
Mack as usual, had bis wfiVlfPflfltis
along and among these, a very tine
female which he says can clcau out
anything ill Mil* section of country.
How about f,hls, l^co.
Our city dads at their last meeting
issed the following ordinances:
That children under the age of eigh
teen are to keep off tho streets after
o'clock v. M. To prevent slock
rrom running at large and inflicting
a penalty ot $10 for the same. Also
prohibiting the running of bicycles
on our sidewalks. An outsider would
naturally have the impression that
our alderman were
or
rather large
physique to think they could not stand
on an eight-foot plank sidewalk and
let a wheel run by without having
their vest buttons interfered with.
The cftfHW fUfpofy commenced
.operations Monday morning, and If
good
milk and a neat, clean factory
has anything to do with good cheese,
we will guarantee that the cheese
will ha ftpit-class. Mr. Jas. Rodgers,
pf Bjillevlllc, Is tfte pbeptempker and
it an aid band at the business, fu
conversation with Mr. Rodgers he
•ays,
from a test made of the milk
p|tb a Babcock £estpr, that the mill
here averaged over four per cent of
fat while in tbe last factory lie wag
employed In Canada,
it did not avert
age over 3) per ceut aod some milk
here runs
as
high as 5 per cent, which
many
cows,
whei. Means StejM^hd Rodgers
liavc done
.their part^l^is-' not hlng
but lust and right UMfahe farmer*
ahould do theirs. JQie^anBers of
Carlisle district haveiMe^y atid
reflect, credit, Mlk^^liefawiVes
they re*
and the aettMawitft^n:
•Ma. Withm1%t6avttt«%sblghas
whatoomesto
^M
fsc&y
Mad of lalslag whAFM^^ cents
par bushsl as there ll'alwaf^a good
demand for cheeas.
Thos, Gordon la building an addition
to hla house,
Potatoes are 4ft centVpor bushel,
Dan Ruby, or Cavalier, was In town
Friday last.
Deputy Sheriff McKay, dfSt.Tbom
as, was in the city Frldqyiast.
M.» J. Fadilcn o( Bathgate was- in
town, Monday, witfchi* trotting stal
lion'. :•..
The Sunday school children are- pre
paring quite an etteritfVe program for
children's dev.
Friday afternoon, sttty Hog killed
oneofWm. PaRe's shee)). "tjie dog
was promptly shot.*
Independent, .caiicuji'^n ,thc town
hall Saturday, June 2ndt*li gonV. in:
dependents shouMTattend..
Tom Roney. returned'from hifl west
ern trip Friday. HC'Soya they tiave
splendid roads pn tfic Sand ridge.
Dr. Rose, dentist- was In town re.
paring .troublestonc jnjolarg fjpr our
eltizena for a numhfr of dayji lapt
wck-
vikI»,
Nearly every farmer has all the way
from one to ten neres. (tf- potatoes
planted this year. We ought to have
it starch ractory
Thc st nnvherr.v and ice cream fes
tival glVeij In Ibis M.T5.church. Satur
day. evening was a stnre«s. The pro
ccocfls '.yore al'ou't 17!
AN4n«Mr'WlttO |H
II. N.' Joy, Wm Gilllspie, and
Miss F. Gilllspje-are the delegates
elected to attend the Pembina county
Sunday school- convention, which
meets -at' Pembina, .Tune 12th. anrl
13th
J. L. lirown Is' now muyor of the
city or namilton,'4id we have hoard
it said that he has
done more towards
having the backv»»ds placed in a
sanitary condition
.in a short time be
has held the o(Hcct~ t,tign would be ae
pomplishca by ,soi)ric inen in, several
months. T.hJs, speaks!well for mayor
Brown.
D. Elentiautit's drivers raised quite
a bit of excitement, Saturday* artcr
noon by running away. It appears
that Jack Elenbaum and his little
bn,th?r Sam were,going to Cavalier
arid while, driving down street the
neck-yoke ,broke aod they became
frightened and.ran away upscting ]the
huggyln front of A'. B. Buic's stable.
The 'boys escaped jiftit a few bruises.
But the buggv was badly demoralized!
By the death of M. Archibald Mci
Millan, which occurred on Wednes
day evening last. Hamilton lost a
faithful servant and a kind, large
hearted and most highly-esteemed
citizen. Aichibald McMillan was
lrflPHfn J)}' oil) and young, and near
and far 'was npight, liberal minded
and consclensclous, and has gone in
and out among-the people here ror
over fourteen years during which
time he has 'ihcld. multifarious posi
tions or trust and.
honor, in every one
ho fulfliM his duty with mpr?
than ordinary ability and to the best
satisraction or all concerned. He
had been a member pf the school
law! for ftW Jfeaw, Me n|sp has
been a member of the Uaptlut church
for twenty-seven years, and had filled
many jx«lMons. in connection with
that church. Mr. McMillan was also
a very decided and uncompromising
advocate of temperance and moral
questions,and was.always fully abreast
ofihe tiitic8,and a thorough going
reformer. The large representation
of ci tizeus and friendafrbm a distance
at the t^npfu), priftai^ i^pqrefl that
he was truly esteemedil "Among thme
present were, Ucy. J. '^..Murnie, St.
Thomas, Rev. Peter Mi&bell, Crystal,
und itov. Ntewarf. The town was re
presented by Mayor
uL
tbite
la no
JIMJIHkI (illllH)f tH
the ln:ir pooplo. I,f v/ liavc italf
a dozen worthies* does, it would lc
well to «|ve them fo.lt r.. Lewis ti
dls|Hnc iff.
The elocutionary entertainment
elven In the nftf-ni' lmufif- last Thurs
(l:i v. 2-IMv," Whs above.' tlie me rape
order of merit, E"aLentta Swanton
is un excellent olocutibnist.
The oration delivered by W. C.
Green, at the meeting of the Odd
Fellows at Cavalier, April 26th, Is pre
nounced by Minneapolis orators as e*
cellcnt. We aro pmijid of Mr Green's
oratorical efforts.
Brown1, exraayor
T. W. Brown and J. tf. Chishoim,
besides the ottlclal.board.wf -the Bap
tist church. The pall bearerit were,
R. E. Armstrong, T.
B."
Jthdefson,
Frank Tong, Wm. York.'^.E. Ander
{jPD apd pajfer. The. children of
the deceased were ail present with
the exception o'f Mr.". McDbnald.
There were also many, relii lives from a
distance. The prtiCessVon! to the iiap
fjst church was an imp^ing one, and
notwithstanding t|)p b^y tgoas(jf),
was very large. Tlie phpic was cpm
poscd or W. C. Green, E. II. McDoii
jjlil, John Kippiii, Ki -Frise,, Misses
LiiDcll, VapUctWiftcr u||fl |ific|
They sang several siiitabjc hvmp$.
Short, reeling tytid approprfut-P
speeches wero nvide by Rev.' j,
RWi^to^aU in Leavening Power—Latest U. S. Gov't Repor
Geo. Wehb.l§ building a large two
story frame bouse
Mrs. McOormick who has been very
•left for some time Is now getting
better.
Robert Weiib don't say gr))cp apy
mqrei he has now tMriied his nilnd t|i
the "west."
The goose hunting fever seotus all
over now and tbe owners of tame
geese arc resting easier.
Geo. Argue id teaching the school
In west Carlisle. That occupation
seems to fit him extremely w-:ll.
There are two cases or scarlet revcr
In west Carlisle. Wo sincerely hope
it'win not-be allowed to spread.
R. Raskin, with his wire and sister,
drove tq Emerson on the 84th and
t"'K in the picnic, lie says he still
loves the Qiicen.
Ir you. want to Insure your crop
agalnst .hjill, call .on Paul Johnson,
w|m»l«'agent-herefor
the Alliance
Hall Asii6clatlin, the cheapest and
best insurance company In this state
C. II. Eastman has got his comiuis.
sfon as notary public, aiid is now ready
to do all kinds or work for the public:
except, he says, when you want your
marrltigo CertiScate executed, go one
mile rurther down the river.
The news has reached here that a
carload or school ma'ams rrom Mas
sachusetts, are on their way to Car
lisle. It seems some malicious person
has sent cast the names of the dozen
bachelors in this c.ilitv. The tews
lii! caused a great sonsnt.ion among
all classcs here. A il .1 v. as
held tiic lincli'l«i'!» i:c other (tight
nntl it wastivi-ided to :,n,ld a barb
wire rence, 15 feet h'gli around eacli
man's f:.rin. Wo surest that they
take lie
k.iiih:
tiivlln ds ::s the Wasli-
lilgton .uthi iitiis did with Coxi-y's
army and arrest aid lire tlit-m It
llr-}' doii'l Icrrp IF I lie :ra«is.
Joliatts.
J, 11, Mt'Gaiiley one of our foremost
farmers is through seeding and his
line horses are enjoying a well earned
rest in the pasture where the grass Is
very good for the time of the year.
E. E. Sparling, with his usual energy
is planting more trees around his al
ready attractive grove, many more
might follow this good example and
help to beautify their homes In the
summct aud protect tliem from the
wintry stonn.
Monday May 2llt.h, at the residence
of her moiiicr, Miss Ida Henry was
married tft Mr. Jaque larant. The
ceremony, whicli was witnessed by
numerous friends ant) relations, was
performed by the llev. Father Jutras.
The bridesmaids were Miss Kathleen
and Miss Susan Henry, sisters or the
bride. The groom was supported by
Mr. Jno. Carlton and Mr. Jos. Venne.
Atter the wedding, the happy couple
started for Duluth, where they will
spend the honeymoon, and on their
return wil) take up their residence In
Letelller, Manitoba, in which place
Mr-.Parentis in business as lumber
merchant and commission agent. We
RECEIVED
Ladies,
a,
Murnic, Itev. peter Mitchell and Rev
Stewart. Rev. Murnic delivered
very eloquent and appropriate sermon.
Archibald McMillan was born In the
township ot Kinyon, Glengarry couii'
ty, Ontario, April 14th 1845 and after
reaching the age or 40 years, exchaug
ed the protracted,fnd painrul unrest
or mortality ror the "Rest that re
maineth ror tbe (jeople ot God.' He
was converted to God in September
1867, and baptized by' Rav. John
King, and opep became fHeniber
pf (he lloxborough lapti«t church.
0n March 5th 1872,. he was married
to Isbella Kelly, of Stormount coun
ty, Ontario. In the autumn of 1880,
he and family removed.to this place,
Wfterc he resided until be died- fey/
thprt weplfs have plafne4. «ipce tb^
death of Mrs. McMiUao, irblch makes
it very sad for tbe ramliy. Tbe sym-
landed to'thew in the]^»d »*»fwive.
mPMtrr
'Pmnrla l)M Obr|fllM'« vital liiMih,
The CMrti**'* utlv*
«lr
Jtis watchword Nmjsissof dMlb,
n* uM[ h«sv«B with prsjwr.
rawder
AMOUABiy PtlRB
wish I bo happy couple a prosperous
voy tge through life and einootb Mil*
Ing-
HeolM.
J. C. llarvi-y and Nelson Itiirley, ot
Walhalla, have been In town renew
ing old iicquaiiitani ci) ihU week.
Tho {.adlcs Aid xocicty gave a very
pleasant and profitable strawberry
social in the Parnel opera house. Wed?
ucsday evening.
Our tonsorial artist, II. Brlen has
doubled the size of his parlors and is
now better aide to provide accomoda
tion tor his numerous customers.
There is planted in the play-ground
at the school house a line large flag
staff but no flag has been unrurled to
the breeze therefrom this year. Why
is it soV
The Tynan house is undergoing ex
tensive repairs and enlargement,
Now additions, new decorations will
add materially to the comfort or the
numerous guests there.
.Tit it EE ruu-ways Mils wook. Louis
Rolette's pony, attached to a cart, to
the rear of tlie
Pionkeh
Exi'imss or-
fice, Monday, made things lively for a
short time, and in the excitement Joe
Roy's team took fright and made
lively circuit before they were stop
ped before any damage was done.
Decoration day was inaugurated by
Fred Kane's trotter taking fright
at Price's corncr and running down
Caviieer, and in liming up St utsman
strteet both wheels on oti« side col laps
ed. The horse w:ss striped 'bin or
Archie McDonald's ksmitli «lv
xvithi'iit any I'uriIn-t-
Mar led.
Sroi: u—)' I-:I t.—,\ 11 |it.M.E.Parson
a«e ii, this city. liiv. J. (J. or
Mis* Sarah M. Storie. to Captain
O'N'-il of the Kalvation Am y, both
of Emerson. Manilni i.
Die
•Iaukkiin.—At Lake.City, Iowa, May
lllli. Mrs. Astor Jackson, aged 52
yours,
.Mrs.Jackson was the mother of
Marshall Jackson of Walhalla and
sister of Wm. Rose, of Ernest, in this
county.
MATIIKSON.—At Crystal. May 21st.
•lohn Matheson, aged 75 years.
If you want buildings moved in
workmanlike manner call on
M. J. Faddbn,
•*3tf Bathgate, N. D.
Standard Bred Stallions for Sale.
"Von R." vol. 121102, and "Cochaus
BouquetCc," Jlotli or tho celobratcd
N. W. Kittson stock, will be sold on
easy terms, or trade for farm land
tf. Apply to
L.
4110 PAIRS 400
Grents and
to
E.
Bookrii,
Children's
sale prices.
CHAS. FULL,
'.'Cidis'MHiv:-
Pembina,
For the best bred trotting stallion
in North llukotu call on
M.J. Faoukk,
48tf Bathgate, N. D.
TnnstnTPfTrsiiu^uiijtKtTOujfiinrcS
at Robert Ewing's, Pembina. 45-48
Dr. Agnew, of Winnipeg, eye, car,
and thront specialist, will be at the
Winchester Hotel, Pembinn on the
18th, and IOth, ofJunc, 40 tf.
arrived.
o-Day,
atwtralB-
$
Its a waste
of spaop fof m! tp attempt to tell you what you can find nqt go
much rri'ire SAI ISpy\CTQRILY by calling at on I* store
namely, that our spring stock oi Dry Goods Clothing and
Shoes exceeds in beauty, vareitj and value that of any other
in Pembina county.
Its a waste
of time for you to wait until your neighbors make thrir selec.
tion before you buy. Why not "take time by the forelo tk
and call now while the stock is unbroken.
Its a waste
of money for you to go elsewwhere and pay more for an
articlf than you cnuld buy the same of us. "Good goods and
Modest Priceswas the motto adopted when we embraked in
business and it has been rigidly adhered to. Speaking of
waists, if
Its a waist
you want we cstn supply you with one made of good print for
35cents. Wouldn't it be waste of time to make it yourself?
We have others of different materials and prices. Have you
seen them? Those $i.2.r Print wrappers we pictured you
last week are still being "wrapped" at
Short's Satisfactory Store.
PAINTS, GYPSIK AMD WALL-PAPER,
I will sell as cheap as any first-class shop in the state.
Respectfully,
Millinery
For Spring House
cleaning,
AT THE
DRUG STORE.
A nice fresh stock of perfumeries, for the ladies, jusf
HAND-MADE HARNESS
Owing to the unusual demand for good
team harness, made of No oak-tanned
leather, it becomcs 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 Fly
Nets, Sheets, Dusters, bap
Robes, Trunks, Valises, Whips
and Saddery Hardware, which
J. M. Chisholm.
Hamilton, N.
Opening.
The latest novelties in
Spring and Summer Mil
inery are on display at
our new rooms. The la
dies are cordially invited
to call and inspect.
MISSES COATS.
PEMBINA, N.
tny
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