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AS 14 '. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. STATB OftlOlM. ,. P. 8. Bspswentatlre, B. F. gpdjhy. Scaaton,H.C.H*aiiroagh,P. MoCumber OowMt,!. F.raaehler. UeatOovunor, J-lkDerine. Stat* Auditor, JL K. Chrlblom. ', ,, Attoratf general, Johntfcwta.,,, jndgM Bnpnme Court, H. C. Yonng,Al- Ml Wafiln, J. M. Berthokraaew. BillmA vCwaMowfi Jtlrn Simon*, Henry SrickNa, L. L. Wkiton. SniMrimtMidrtitol PnbUo Inatractlon, J. OTHallud. CraunManw of Inranuioe, Q. W. Htiri- CommiMio««T Acricaltun and Labor, a.U.TbOBU. MIUIOM. KlratDiitrlot, Jndwn l*Mour*,P««ibiii*. Bafeond DUtriot, James roller, StThomaa ••raMEKTATITH. ,_ Flnt DUtrtct, W. J. Watt, Hyd* Park, J. D. Wallac*, Drm^on. __ Seoond District, K. H. Bwtemayer, Cava lier. 8ohn Thordanon, Hen»el. Jndge of the Diatrlct Court, SerwiOi Ju dicial Dlatriot, O. S. Banter. Grafton. Clerk of DUtrlot Court, A. L. Airth OOtWTT OFFICERS. State* Attorney, W. J. Burke. Sheriff1. F. J. Arrow. Auditor, Paul William* Treaaurer, Robert McBride. Reenter of Deed*, J. M. Chliholm. Connty Judse, V. Qaackcnbnih Bupenn ten dent of Sehool*, C. B. Jackson. Surveyor,S. O. XeQuln. Coroner, ir. t, F. Bnklne. COUNTT COXMIMOHXR* Firrt Diatrlct, F.C.HTriek,- Pembina. Second District, S. J. Sigfuason, Mountain Third District, Fourth Dlltrii Fifth District, District, 8. J. sisinason, aoumaii District, Geo. Taylor, Bathgate, District, J. P.'Hicks, Njche. ilstrict, H. P. Ottem, St. Thomas. COUNTY JDiTIOM, C.Murphy. Neche. J. R. Joy. Glasaton. fi B. H. Bergman. Gardar. E. L. Buck, Crystal. COUNTY CONSTABLES. Thos. McFadden, Neche. C. E. Flora, Walhalla. Mara hall Jackeou, Neche. A. B. Folllns, Crystal.- OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY. «a.oo A. Wardwell. G. G. Thompson, WASDWBU ft THOIOIOV. The Piomn EZFBBSS IS sent only on the di rect order of subscribers, and is continued until ordered stopped and all arrearage* paid. The rate of subscription is alike to all, 42.00 per year. Subscribers paying in advance have the choice of several premium papers in addl "Hon.' "Sample" or "marked copies" are sent as com plimentary only, and while we desire them to be considered as invitations to subscribe, they, will not be continued except upon request. The PIONEER EXPRESS is the best advertising medium in the county, having a more general circulation than any other paper. Card of rates sent on application. Entered at the postofflce at Pembina as second class mail matter. ThePioneerExpress. GET TOGETHER We hope to shake hands with a lot of the brethren of the printing fraternity at Grand Forks next week. We know how hard it is for some publishers who have nobody to leave in charge .of their work to get away, but for many business and social reasons.it is worth an effort. To some who think the Association is of no uss in a business way, then come and do your share in making it a busi ness institution, and until you have, you have no right to kick. It has certainly has effected tangible benefits during the last year, and more can be done. Socially, it is worth a good deal to meet and shake hands with the "other fellow." He is most always a pleasant chap to meet, even if he does scrap with his pen and pencil sometimes. No class of men know less of each oth er personally than local editors. In the nature of their circumstances they rarely get together personally, and that is the •one great reason, that. notwithstanding, their work is so largely with common ob jects in a public sense, that they so sel dom "get together" in that which con cerns them in a purely business way. While cooperation is the ruling spirit in nearly every business to-day, news paper men, particularly local newspaper publishers, are still busily engaged in cutting each other's throats with all the •old time ferocity, and it is time to quit FAKB GAMES. JMs understood that no gambling usihess is connected with the Main cir But always, wiiere there are crowds there are rascals and .fools—and some how they get together. We have no pity to waste on the ^fool, except ,JS?!.Py?r, i, usually the fool is just-, griepra: rascal as the thieverthat rob himiiritlt '.'skin" and "sitte thing*.' games. Both tht thief and the/fool are actuated by identical motives each wants the other fellow's money without an equivalent. The thief, how ever, pretends the fool has a chance and the fool believes it. So the law stopp thcthief, and sends him to iail. That is right, but the fool ought to be arrested and sent lathe "Institution for the feeb le-minded." Of aiurse it is of no use to warn people against patronizing any form of gambling at such placea, because the class ot greenhorns that do this don't the papers but it is too bad that le wtfth cQtnmap seosehave to .£ hjiro ae:i prevent tool people from 5& under, the idea towa to town to ,! *'J ,?*$ 3 *•*, KXHD WORDS. With its last issue the PIONEER EX PRESS of Pembina closes its twentieth year of existence in the world of news pap^rdom, and is seemingly none the wor*e dft from its long years of wear and tear in giving the pebple ot that vicinity a good readable paper. May the PION EER EXPRESS live to celebrate many more anniversary days and continue to prosper. —Fargo Argus. The Pembina PIONEER EXPRESS is an other old-timer that has just rounded out its twelfth year. -The PIONEER EX PRESS is one of the cleanest, most con servative and ably conducted weeklies in the northwest, and has the Herald's best wishes tor continued prosperity.—Grand Forks Herald. The Pembina PIONEER EXPRESS clos ed its twentieth volume the,, present week. Messrs. Wardwell & Thompson are pardonably proud of the fact that their publication is in the front rank of the weekly newspapers of the state, and justly so, as in all that goes to make up a clean, able journal it has very few. equals and no superiors in North Dakota.— Neche Chronotype. THEY'RE ON THE SEA. The North Dakota troops are on the sea speeding their way homewards, and their hearts and tongues are singing, "Home again, home again, from a for eign shore." No troops will have a more heartfelt welcome no troops de serve a more demonstrative welcome than "these brave boys of ours." With tears for those they leave behind sleep ing beneath the palms, and with glad words of welcome for those who come back, we wait with longing eyes for their arrival, which is expected about August 10th, at San Francisco. A telegram, which was probably mis printed in the first place, has been large ly copied by the county and state press, saying that the storm destroyed the shade trees of this city. Some damage was done, but a stranger would have to look sharp to find it. There has never been a finer growth of trees or a year in which they appeared more beautiful, which, by the way, makes the bald head ed lots where the planting was ommitted, morenoUceabJenakedness, a this spring and are all doing Well, as this has been an exceptionably good season. We hope to see more of the good work next vear. Judging from nemspaper comments, at least three fourths of the people would willingly vote for a national constitution al amendment abolishing the festive, in cendiary and murderous fire cracker. And yet—there will be just as many horses scared, buildings burned and per sons mutilated and killed next Fourth as ever. It is a queer case of the sur vival of an importation of barbarism, and continued in the face and. ears and eyes of the majority of people against their will. "W. O. T. tJ. Convention. The twelfth annual convention of the Pembina County W. C. T. U. convened in Drayton, June 28th and 29th. The convention was a marked Success as to point of members atid interest and profit able program. The decorations in Columbia Hall were both beautiful and appropriate, the suffrage color, (yellow) combined with white. The music fur nished by the combined choirs of the M. E. and Presbyterian church choirs, under the able leadership of Prof. McRae. Also the solos furnished by Mrs. Co! linge, Prof, and Miss McRae of Drayton Mrs. Hattie K. Pierson, state secretary of Lisbon and James Wardwell of Pem bina, would do credit to any state con vention, and was listened to by very ap preciative audiences. It goes without sayiijg, Drayton did herself pr6iid in ex tending generous hospitality to visiting delegates. The citizens showed their interest in the temperance cause by at ^^n««^.®Utii^-session5 of the.oonyention. The papers^ven: op the various, phases of .temperance work were mbst excellent' anddeserve indi vidual mention, but sppikfe ferftds. We wish every yoter in Pembina couaty could have listened to the stirring address given by State President MBI EIUEaSeth Pres ton on Chistian Citizenship., She dwelt the individual responsibility of the in placing in office* of count?, state and nation, able men ofintegrity/who has regard for VOL. XXI. PEMBINA,N.D., FEIDAY, JULY 14, 1899 temperance, society and rooral purity. If the Christian voter would but vote as he prays this might be easily and speedily brought about, and the rising genefatkm grow np into more law-abiding dticens. plan of work and- edssawhole: 1. That renewed Secure active meml following 4, NONE SO GOOD. 2. That a very special effort be made to secure honorary members. 3. Push all lines of work to educate public sentiment. Such as contests, gospel temperance meetings, press work, mothers' meetings. 4. Organize L. T. L's, especially em phasizing the work of the infant grade, and offer prizes in schools for essays on narcotics. 5. Be prompt in filling out reports and answering official letters. 6. Persuade more women to take the Union Signal and White Ribbdn Bulletin. 7. Do more earnest, systematic work for equal suffrage, believing that woman's ballot will secure the retention of our prohibitory law. 8. Have superintendents of the differ ent departments have charge of each alternate meeting. 9. Cooperate with treasurer and send state and countv dues at the beginning of the year. 10. Give practical help to the Enforce ment League. Disparage not the work nor the workers. "Press on and on." RESOLUTIONS. Whereas, in the providence of God we are permitted once more to assemble in convention with unbroken ranks, we re new our vows of consecration to Him and will do all in our power to hasten the coming of his kingdom into the hearts of men and of nations. Resolved, That the sincere thanks of this convention be extended to the peo ple of Drayton who have so generously and graciously entertained us, and we appreciate the beautiful decorations that have contributed so largely to the in» spiration of the convention. I tattm ftr "OatuiMf* DOM Not Belong to Baking Powder Trust, but Oon svmsrssr* Rapidly Learning to MM* Their Trust In "Calumot." a r«* 'vm» teit. "i CALUMETS MODERATE IN PRICE Wo&er' should be a reader of our official organs, Resolved, That the Union Signal and White Ribbon Bulletin should be sup ported by every loyal White "Ribboner. Whereas,, by some strange perversions of the commonly accepted meaning of the English language, Attorney General Griggs has rendered a decision, on the anti-canteen law recently passed by congress, that has caused surprise and consternation among good people every where, Resolved, That we greatly de plore this decision, and earnestly protest that the intention of this measure be not thus perverted. Resolved, That we enter our protest to congress to prevent the seating of the Mormon Congressman, Brigham H. Rob erts. Whereas, a condition prevails at our state capital that brings disgrace upon us all and puts our prohibition state to shame among our sister states, and that the injustice of our legislative halls being located in the most lawless community in the state must be evident to every in telligent person, Resolved, That we do our utmost to secure a public sentiment that will cause the removal of our capital to a more favorable location, unless the conditions at Bismarck change, and the laws of the state be strictly enlorced. Resolved, That as the limit of the penalty for Sabbath desecration is raised from 91 to $10, that we do all in our pow er to secure the enforcement of this law. Whereas, it has been established by careful observation that children who are trained in habits of kindness to the de pendent lower creation become gentler to each other, more amenable to authori ty, and better in their general conduct, thus proving such education to be an im portant factor in true education Resolv- we.earnestly to CONTINUED ON PAGE 8. Notice mt Final rr*«i. LandOSloe at Grand Forks, N.D.,Jun*S1.189». KTOIiCK Ii hereby given that the following 11 named settler ha*%led notice of his Intention to make flaal proof in rapport of hi* claim, and Jfogdar, August 7th, lSW, vis: Peter Gislaaon, H. B. No. 18701, for the northweat quarter uf sec nuig* 51, in Pembina follmrlBf ui aivi wivii tiontt. townshi hip 163. ns were adopt- Citation Hearing rroor or Wtll. 8"AT« OF NORTH DAKOTA, I Count? of Pembins. fM In County Court Before Hon. V. Quackenbush, Judge. In the matter of the estate of Jurgen l'hede, Henry Thede, petitioner vs. Dorotha Tbede, *®ma Thede. Hermato Thedt, George Tbede, g«t«v Thede, William Thede, August Thede, George Thede, Charles Thede. IdaTimm. first day of August A. D., 1899, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon ot that day. at the court room of this court, at the county court house, in the city of county of Pembina and state of North Dakota, and You, and each of you, are hereby cited to be Sad appear before this court at said time and place and answer said petition and show cause, it} any there be, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. By the Conrt. V. QUACKENBUSH, [County Court Senl.] Judge oi the County Court. Dated this 16th day of June A. J). 1899. Sheriff1* Sale. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pemb.na. t8 W. and B. James, Plaintiffs vs. Louin La Rocque, Deiendunt. NOTICE'in hereby given, That by virtue of an execution to me directed and delivered, and now in my hands, fegued out of the clerk'* office ot the Seventh Judicinl District Conrt, State of North Dukotu, in und for (he county otPeuibina, upon a judgment rendered in eaid court in favor of W. and B. JUIIUD and against LOUIK LaKocque section thirteen (13 and the ea«l half The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are de scribed as loliows The east one-half of the southwest quarter and the southeast quarter of he northwest quarter of section number twenty, and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section num ber twenty-nine, township one hundred sixty one, north of range tifty-five. west. There will be due on such mortgage at the date of sale, the sum of eight hundred and tirity tive hundredths dollars ($S00.&5), and the ex pense of these proceedings. Dated Ihitt 84lh day of June A. D. 1890. THE UNION CENTRAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, JOHN I\ GAI.BRAITII. Mortgagee. Attorney for the Mortgagee, Grand Forks. N. 1). Report of the Condition of The Merchants Bank of Pembina at Pembina in the State of Jorth Dalola at the close of business July isr, 189). RESOURCES, Loans and cisornts $:i,!K4 &4 Hevenue stamps. 3n 50 Cash and due Irom banks Capital stock paid In Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid Individual deposits sub ject to check $34,468 48 Demand certificates of deposit C,2n 04 NOTICE request the ed^e cators of this state to devote at"leisti ten minutes of each week in the school year to the teaching of kindness to the lower animals, availing themselves of reading lessons or other opportunities and we also earnestly request that they will re frain from' all demonstrations on the bodies of either living or dead animals in i. 1 ,•," ,.,irv Frida Sehweder, Hugh Sill, Ailed 8111, Alvlu ¥hede and John Thede, respondents. The Slate of North Dakota, to the above named tfefflondents and„all person* interested in the fctite of Jnrgen Thede, deceased. 'Yon, and Mush of you, are hereby notified that Benry Thede, the petitioner herein, has Sled in :fti* court a document in writing, purporting to he an exemplified copy of the last ^frill and Testament of Jurgen Thede late of the town of Hew Houtein, in the county of Calumet and Mate of Wisconsin, deceased, with his petition, praying for the admission to probate of said document as hie last Will and Testament ot said deceased, and for the issuance to HenryThede of letters of administration with the Will annexed he re on •aid and the E the north-aaxt quarter (NEK) of secUon fourteen (14) all in township one huudred and sixty-two (162) north of range ltft-one (51) west, and that I shall, on Monday th -ilth day of July A. D. 1899, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the front door of the court house, in said county and state, proceed to cell all the right, title ana in terest of the above named Louis Lartocque in %nd to the above described property, to satisfy sud judgment and costs, amounting to ninety two dollars and lorty cent*(993.40), together with ull accruing costs ot sale, and interest on the same irom the 96U. day of November 1893, at the rate of 7 per cent per annum, at public auction, to the highest bidder for casn. W. J. BDHKE, Plaintiff's Attorney. FBEP J. FARROW, hheritt of Pembina County. N. D. By B. F. WALTERS, Deputy Dated this 2)th day of June, 1899. Notice of .Mortgage Sale. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That that cer tain mortgage executed and delivered by randur Sveiubjornson aud Marie Sveinbjorn son, his wife, mortgagors, to The Union Central Lile Insurance Compaty. of Cincinnati, Ohio, mortgagee, dated the sixth day of December A. D. 1897, and filed for recbrd in the office of the register of deeds in and for the County of Pem bina, State of North Dakota oa the tenth day of DecentfperA. D. 1897. at two o'clock p. m. And te ^ordM'inlrdok slxty-four of mortgage* *t page 500, will be foreclosed by a sftlo of t)ie premises in such mortgage nod hereinafiei' described, at the front door of the court house in the City of Pembina, County of Pembina, State of North Da kota. &t the hoUr Of two o'clock In the afternoon on tile 19th dav oi August A. D. 1899, to satisfy the amount due upon each mortgage on ilie day of sale. a»6V»SUi,. 18,093 44 Total, LIABILITIES. Mute of North Dakota. County Pembina, ss. I. H. C. Cnrr, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the. bist of my knowledge and belief. H. C. CABR, Cashier. Subscribed and eworn to before me this 5th day of July, 1899. [Seal.] W. J. KHBESHAW, Notary Public, Correct-Attest: T.L.PRICE, J. M. CHISHOLM, Directors. Notlco of •tri(*|e Mile. i* hereby giver, that that certain mortgage, executed and delivered by John Srfanderbeg and Slgrldur Skanderbeg, hi* wife, mortgagor*, lo The union Central Lire Insurance Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, mortgagee, dated the thirty-first day of December of range A. D. 1897.1 filed for record in the oMce of I he Beglster of Deed* in and for the County of Pembina, State of North Dakota, onikte twentieth day of ian turrAt D.18aSatUro^eleakp.m.an*i!tsorM*' lullnn ifi nfinniiiiagiii *|iiii|innir niriiii iitgr-ilv*, Lara* B. H. KWT, B*jl*t-r. iti ton- cloaed by a kale ottheprcimses in such mortgage and hereinafter described, arthe front doer the conrt hoase in the eity. of iVmbina. County of Pembina,: stale of Notitt Dakota, at tn« hour of two o'clock in the afternoon on the ISth day of Avgrot A, D. 1S» tr upon mch mortgage oi IfcBl taxt* paid »y the amount doe satisfy the am on the day of sale, Including! the mortgagee under said mortgage/ The premise* described in ar.ch mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy th* same, a hi de scribed aifollow* The *outn cne-halfof the southeast quarter of sectioo number twenty-aetren, and the north one half of th* northeast (narter of section number thirty-four, lowashlf one hundred sixty-One, west. There wOl be dMoninld ol sale, th* samofnlne at the date and nineteen and ninety-five hundredtha dollars (K19.95) and the expenses of these procetdiogs. Dated this Mth da£ot imnl'lk lM. TM UKIOH CrMrkAL Lira IvwBAircB CoarANV, JOHN P. GALRKAITH, Mortgage*. Insure in an reliable company, the St Paul Firs ipd Marine, and if itiss epaylwM^|f G.\V.|tYAii »1 Ji u*' *^-v '/f -A-v A', J? t/y V"'\t^7'r 'V 4 My Brands are aiway^ at the fro trade solicited. Gristing a ra ..'. PIONEER Barber Shop. Hair-^ut in the Latest Styles. SHAHPOO and $50,911 (10 000 00 173 30 $10,789 47 Total $50,911 SSA-FOAA JOSEPH Gi-ROUX, -a r"w$ KING & CO. .'«* -•?'•./?- *wp ,.y CORBEIL'S Lunch Room and Ice Cream Parlors will be the place for you to strike on circus day. SODA FOUNTAIN equipped with all flavors. Lunch will be served in artistic and tasty style. Look for next week's ad. PEMBINA TONSQRIAL PARLOR, oi*PA°o^ Walhalla Roller Mills. CAPACITY, 125 BARRELS. BRANDS: Best Patent, Best Bakers, Little Daisy 1? -T^VW tj- frSf3( b'-\ -:ff I' NUMBER 1. •March ints' work war- ^peciaJiy. AH JOHN F. MAQER, Walhalla, N. D. Don't waste money and patience on poor Binder Twine when you can get what you know is good, The Plymouth. Black, l^ed Engine and Castor? Machine Oils. Double-trees and Single-tries #1.50 per set Sections on hand for all mowers and binders. Special [J attention given to ordering repairs of all kinds. We are headquarters for thresher repairs ol all kinds. Let .us talk with you about mowers and hay rakes. Dealers in HarJviare and Farm Machinery: S 1 *j V? rfM* W jtjgt- f.- ,•? 1 A *HI ill if a 1I -JS- f.ti 4 3 \4t SJ Pembina.