PORTLAND $ 5
I Chat. S. fee, G. P. A
8T. PAUL, MINK.
10:41 a xn
Pembina ... .. -..
Grand Fork* .......
BATHGATE, NORTH DAKOTA.
R| A. THACKEP.
Particular attention to sales of Farm Property.
HAMILTON, NORTH D4 KOTA
Calls night, or day prompt)* attended, office at
CHA8. E. HARRIS, C.
Physician and Snrgeon. Pound at all hours
when not professionally engaged. at bis office,
on Stutsman street at daytime and at his resi
dence on Oavileej-street at night.
PEMBINA, NORTH DAKOTA
W. H. FALLOON.
Office over, the PIONKKR EXPBBSB.
Office honre—7:30 to 12W0 a. m„ 1:00 to 6:80 p.
m. All other times when necessary.
PEMBINA, N. DAK.
•Woidea Post, SfcTo. UZ, Gh-A.. St.
Regular meettega every second and fourth
Monday of eath month.
J. G. 8onin|niAM,
fanpAlsiaa*. XiedLgrw, a, A "EV«fc .A..
/•KWilar meetings in the evenings of first and
third Friday of every month. Visiting Brethren
in good standing are invited.
W. W. FELSON, ROBT. MORRISON,
Secretary. W. M.
PMaa.l9i3a.at, tedga 110, .A..©. TT. "TO".
Meets every flr?t nndthird Tuesday of the
W. W. FKUOM,"
,^wa'blaaeaaaip,3a77. 34C. "W. A.
'Meet every Second and Fourth Monday. Vi
siting neighbors cordially invited.
W. E. COATS, F. M. KIMS,
Clerk. V. C.
Brotherhood of American Teomen.
Meets every second and fourth Friday
GEEAT NORTH HJN ST. VINCENT.
Freight departs...'.'... 9:15 am
I. do depart*.......... 8:15pm
V. QUACKENBNBB. F. A. HART.
QUACKENBUSH ft HART,
Successors to W. J. Kneeshaw.
Law, Loans,. Collections,. Insurance.
ROLETTE STREER, PEMBINA.
Wi J. BURKE,
Successor to N.C. Young. Real estate, loans
O. W. SHUKAKxm, H. D. MCKAY,
Meets every Second and Fourth Wednesday.
Mas. F. M. KINO. Mns. C. B. HABBIS,
C. of H. Recorder.
?«33X'bLzxab Ylx* TUpiiiiimn
Meets every Firm and Third Tuesday of tbe
J. D. WINLAW,
Methodist Episcopal Church.
j3uNl)AY SERVICES:—Epworth League 11
a.m. Sunday School 12 m. Preaching7S0p.
m. every Snnday.
PRAYER MEETING ,each Thursday eveninu:
at 8:0(1 o'cleck.
Rev. JBPHCOTT, Pastor.,
-i .1'. i—'
Chrace Chnroh, Pembina.
SUNDAY—School 12 o'clock. Bve»
and Sermon 7:80
*., Choir Practice. Ffi.
evening* at 7:80.
W. WATSON, Rector.
Fot» Sale.or Rent.
My Residence on-'ffancock Street near
court house. Prefer to sell cheap oij.
«a^y, terms or Will rent if not purchased.•
James McEwen has returned to his
Mr. and Mrs. fones, of Carmen, Man.,
were visiting with the Stafiords last
Mr. and. Mrs. W. Walper spent last
week with friends at Fargo.
Quite a number from this place, at
tended the Baptist Association at Cava
lier last week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Travis, of St. Thomas,
weie the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Simons over, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Kaercher and Miss Ida
Surerus were visiting friends on the
mountain during the past week.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. C. Haugh on
Tuesday, June 4th, a spn. Both mother
and'" child doing well, and Chris is
Mrs. Laidlaw came up from Omaha,
Neb., last week to visit her father, Mr.
Campbell, who has been dangerously ill.
The heavy rains Of last week were
much needed in this section and grain is
now growing rapidly.
Neil McEwen came up from Grand
Forks, where he has been attending
business college, ancL is visiting his
"Tongue River Sunday school elected
the following delegates, to attend the
convention at Neche next week Miss
Jennie McFarland, tyliss Eva Hodgson
and Mr. John McEwen.
Beware of a Cough.
A cough is not a disease buta symptom.
Consumption and broncihitis, which are
the most dangerous and f^tal diseases,
have for their first indication a persistent
cough, and if properly treated as soon
as this cough appears are easily cured.
Chamberlain's Cou^h Rente jy has proven
wonderfully successful, and gained its
wide reputation and extensive sale by its
success in caring the diseases which cause
coughing. If it is not beneficial it will
not cost you a cent For sale at Shaw's
The Methodists of Bathgate have pur
chased new prpjjerty to which they will
move their church and use" the house
now upon the site as a parsonage.
A large number of Icelanders are
ntovfng across country from the Akra
district to Canada. The low price of
good land attracts them.
J. Wesley Scott, of Drayton, graduated
from'Hamline university last week.
Drayton holds the record for Pembina
county college graduates at this institu
Dr. P. M. Walker has located at St.
Thomas. He formerly practiced at
Ellendale and from there went to the
coast, but found North Dakota the most
Miss Bessie Douglas, of Pembina, has
6een engaged to teach the grammar
room of our public schools. Our people
are pleased that Miss' Douglas is to be
Biliousness is a condition characterized
by a disturbance pf the digestive organs.
The stomach is debilitated, the liver tor
pid, the bowels constipated. There is a
loathing of fopd, pains in the bowels,
dizziness, coated tongue and vomiting,
first of the undigested or partly digested
food and then of bile. Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the dis
turbances of the stomach and create a
healthy appetite. They also tone up the
liver to a Jrea'tthy stfctten and regulate the
bowels. -Try them and you are certain
.iPvPe muCT pleased with'the result^ For
sate atiShaw's Drug Store. .-0-
half a b'ottii
Ilnot satisfied ,|^^rn and money
Opiate$ or Pdlsonlus Drugs.
.KNOWW CO^OUCTW Off E. M. R. C^RED.
I cinnoticsMr^muji& |ir
itl|eMin«djr,,ulWM-j^utSBd lor sevenyears aAd^ie bottle
more deliciousoi)d wholesome
aOYAl SAKWWSOWPtW CO., H«W
mountain home. started on their journey.—Pink Paper.
Will McFarland and Peter Rickbeil
are over in Manitoba, breaking up their weeks fishing at Bemidji, where the
with us for the ensuing year.—Pink
Mrs. f. D. Trenholme and family and
Robert Grandy left for Seattle on Friday
evening.. The depot platform and
waiting room were crowded with friends
good-by and see them safely
H. L. Holmes left Saturday for a
fish are said to be anxiously waiting the
hook of the angler, They will not have
long to wait after Holmes gets there.
We understand LaMoure and others
from Pembina .are of the party.-^-Pink
The city schools closed on Friday for
the summer vacation after a very pros
perous school year. Miss Baptie will
have a position in the schools of Seattle,
Wash., and Principal Taylor goes to the
Philippines to take charge of important
educational work there for the govern
ment. Miss Heddrick and Miss Eaton
have engaged to teach here for another
The teachers' examination was held in
the grammar department last Friday and
Saturday. Those who wrote were Til lie
Nelson, Edna Poiter, Jas. A. Slack, Ada
Christianson, Silvia Johnson, Grace
Chamberlain, W. O. Atwood, H. W.
Gill, Valeria Benson, J. A. Mcintosh,
Minnetta Facey, Ellen Mcintosh, Alda
Johnston, Ethel L. Cunningham, Emma
Facey, Paul Bjarnason, Cari Gunnlogson,
Sam Benson, Lucy G. Gaffney, Blanche
Anna Follens, Annie Nicholson, Lillie
On Thursday last the 13-year-old son
of Mr. Switzer Armstrong, of Hensel,
was shot in the abdomen by the ac
cidental discharge of a revolver in the
hands of his brother. The bullet cut the
cartilage of the eighth rib on the right
side and passing through both liver, and
stomach lodged in his back. The sur
geons in attendance opened the abdo
men, cleaned out the blood clots, stopped
the bleeding and sewed up two bullet
holes in the stomach. For a time iiie
hung in the balance, but he is now out
of danger.—Crystal Call.
To Avoid Freckles
The .best advice in connection with this
subject is to say '.'wear a sun bonnet
ai\d if in doubt whether a sun bonnet can
be made attractive and pretty in contrast
with the old head-burying abomination
of years ago, every woman preparing to
go to'the country should look at the lune
Delineator and examine the dainty sun
bonnets that are shown there both for
grown-ups and children.
You are much more liable to disease
when your liver and bowels do not act
properly. DeWitt's Little Early Risers
remove the cause of disease. T. R.
"It is with
of pleasure and
satisfaction that I recommend Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy," says Dniggist A. W. Sawtelle,
of Hartford, Conn *'A lady ciistomer
seeing the remedy exposed. for sale on
my show case, said to me: 'I really be
lieve that medicine saved my life the past
summer while at the shore, and she be
came so enthusiastic over its merits that
I at once made up my mind to recom
mend it in the future. Recently a gen
tleman came into the store so overcome
with colic pains that he sank at ortce to
the floor. I gave him a doae of this
remedy which helped him.^I repeated
the dose and in fifteen minutes* he" left
my store smilingly informing me that he
felt as well as ever." Sold at Shaw's
Sale of State Hay Permits.
Permits to cut grass on school and' in
stitution lands for the year 1901 will be
sold at public auction by the county
treasurer at the court house in Pembina
at 10 o'clock a. m., on Wednesday, June
12,1001. No bid will be entertained for
less than $4.00 per quarter section or
fraction thereof. Done by order ol ihe
ofUniversity and School LAnds.
D. J. LAXDELL,
A. H. Anderson, the photugrapner,
will be at his studio, above the drug
store, Pembina, on the 1st and 3rd Mon
days and Tuesdays ot each miohth.
It Cures ill Blood
Wright, dentist, graduate of
Chicago Northwestern University, yvill
be in St. Vincent the 3rd Monday ofeach
month to remain four days. «v
An Bztenalve Stook Baiser Tells^
How to Cure Soouz in OtJves.
Wm. Abbott, of fjpndall. S. D., quitl'
an extensive slock raiser, has-for a num-,
ber of years used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for Scours
in calves and says he has never known it
to fail. -He gives a tepspoonful in water
as djrected on the bottle for an adult
man, after each operation of the bowels
more than natural. Usually ope dose is
ACT or ATATKMCHiT.
Fbrjbe yeartadlhir IH-cembei 81, lWO. of the
Condition aud hffn re of the German Ajmericnn
IniKirtDce Company ol New York, oretmized
nuder Ahe of the Mate of New Yortf. mad*
Ij. llMf .Coniinf»ioner of Insurance ol tbe Stata of
North DnKota, it) pursuance of thelawa of aaid
President—William N. Kermer.
Vice-i'reH.ilen,—Loui- F. Louimerl»b.
BeCreiarj—Oi.ailef G. Smilli.
"Principal olliet—Naexiui and Liberty eireeta,
N York City.
Attorney lor senice 1n the Slate of North
Danotit: Name—lames B. Naiioh.
l.oi'ttiion—F.'irgo. North Dakota.
Orgunized or incorporated—March. 1872.
Cummenced bu«liie8H—March T, 1872.
Amount of capltul stocn pnid up in
Value of real estate owned by the
compnnv. 15,000 00
Loans on bonds and mortgagex 18.000 00
United Stntes slocks and bonds 1 204.000 00
Railroad bonds and stocks .". 4.101,581) 00
State, city, .conniy and other bonds 1585.007 00
Bank stocks 271.3610.
Other corporuiion siocks r81,500 0
Cash on hand unci in built 36(1,404 80
Itherest due and accrued 178 05
Prem.umH in lUrfe of ^o'lecuon
and transmission 470,953 87
Tolat. assets $ 8,560,996 73
Groes claims for lo^t-s.
ad?usiied and unpaid. $ 169,939 00
Gross claims for los es,
upon which no action
hiis been taken 341,677 00
Losses resisted by the
company 41,808 00
Total grsss amount of
claims for losses S 458.479 00
Deduct re-insurance and
salvage claims thereon 81,506 00
Net amoudt of unpaid
losses $ 371.888 00
Amount ol unearned premiums on
uJi outstanding risks 3,743,697 52
AH other liabilities
Inn the ear 812,847 61
Amonnt received from all o'her
snurces 38 386 49
Total receipts ..$ 8,U0,422 18
Losses paid dur'iciK the year 1.712.456 88
Dividends paid during me year 3U0.0W 00
Paid for commisHions ana broKer
Paid for salaries, lees und other
charges 209 502 70
Paid lor taxes 78.780 83
Amount, of all other disoursemeuis-. 326,777 77
Total disbursements $ 3,139.536 19
NOHTU DAKOTA BUSINESS.
Total risks taen during the year ..
.3 1,038.162 28
Total premiums received during the
y»* 23,582 87
Total losges incurred during ihe
year 18419 53
Total amouul ot losses paid uUr'ing
the year 19.683 52
STATE OK NORTH DAKOTA,
S 3,114.580 52
Total liabilities #3,293,384 02
Premiums received during the year
cash.. $3.9Dc,188 08
Interest ond dividends received dur-
X, tired. Leiiu, Commissioner of Insurance of
tile State of-Norih Dakota, do neieby certify ihat
the- foregoing is a true abstrnct of the original
hlatent* now on tile in this office.
In t- stiiiioiiy whereof, I have hereunlj set my
hitud and amxud the seal ol thisottlce at Bis
office at Bismarck, this day ol May, A. D.
101 FEU|j LEU'IZ.
Commissioner of Insurance.
By W. G. GLLBBEATU, Ueputy.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA.
OFFXUKOF COMMISSIONKUOF INSURANCE
COMPANIES' CKBTIFISATK OF AUTUDBITY,
Whereas, The German American Insurance
Company, of New York, corporation ojgaiiized
under the laws ot .Sew York, has tiled in this
office a sworn statement exhibiting its condition
and business lor tbe year ending December 37,
lUOO. conlonuahle to the requirements of the lawe
ot this state regulating the business of insur
WhereAs, The said company has filed in thts
otlic" a daly ceriitisd copy of its charter, with
certiUoate ol organisation, in compliance wirh
the requirement ot the ustirbuce laws afore
Now. therefore, I, Kerd. Lentz, Commissioner
of Insurance ol the Statu or .North uukota, pur
suant td the provisions of said1 laws, do hereby
certify that the above-named company is fully
empowered, through its authorized agents, to
transact the appropriate business of tire insur
ance in this State according to laws ihereol until
the Slat day of December, A. D. 1M1.
lu tesiiiiiOiiy.whereof, I have hereunto set my
bund and seal, at ij.sinaruk Zliis.lst liar of Mav,
A. L». 1U01. FEKU. LELTH,
Commissioner of Insurance.
By WF C. GI(.BKKATII, Deputy.
Seven Years In Bed.
"VVill wonders ever cease?" enquire
the friends of Mrs. L. Pease, of Law
rence, Kan. They knew she had been
unable to leave her bed in seven years
on account of kiUney and liver trouble,
nervous prostration and general debilitv
but, "Three bottles of Electric Bitters
.enabled me to walk," she writes, "and
in thr^e months I felt like anew person."
\Vjtneit sulk-ring from headache, back
aclfc, iitirAousness, sleepncssness, mel
anqholy, faitiling and dizzy spells will
find it )a priceless blessing. Try it.
Satisfaction is gtt irantrfd. Only 50cents.
At the drug store.
Sunday School Convention.
Tyner, June Sth, 1901.
To the Sunday School Workers of Pem
The annual convention of the-,Sunday
School Association will be held Ki Neche
June 19 and 20.
The executive committee are en
deavoring to make this the best con
vention we have yet held
In ail.ilitiir.i to the many efficient work
ers ol. Peniniii.i county, we 1mve secured
the help of the state field worker,' Mr. J.
Orchard, ofFargw! and t:.t- state primary
superintendent,-Nfrs.Johnson, of Grand
Forks. \Ve' vvill
throughout the contention, Mr. Irwin,
the gent-reftsi^eryiteiideiu ol
The people pf .Vechie are preparing to
royally entett.iin jilli. tie «.,aii s. Every
school shou!d/:he represented by at least
two .Relegates. 'Tours in the work,
MKS. R, MCKADDKN, Sec.
So don't stop taking
All Ready For
the 4th of July
Look out for
PEMBINA TONSORIAL PARLORS,
Contract fi uir- .• i»ts
taken and goods dciiv
on short notice. Oriler.i c
be left at the Pioneer Bak
Ice delivered to «rty pntt
of the City.
& .m FOWLBR, Pr%,.
Cheap Cash Store,
ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS.
Steam Boiler, Engine and fla.
chine repairing. Boilers.reflued
a specially. Pipe fitting and
supplies. General Blacksmithing^
Agents for Noble Refining Co.
Oils and Greases. Peed grinding
Notice to ExAntne Accounts.
OP NOIJTH DAKOTA.)
County ot Pembina.
In County Court, J. D. Wallace. Jndee.
dec«iiMdmH Estate of Peter M. Grove,
the petition of 6ns.
feundby, administrator of theestneof Peter M.
Gwve, deceased, reprtcentlng amons other
tliititje. that he hag fully administered eaid estate,
examinins and allowing his iiacount of his ad
iiiiiii8tration, and icr the assignment of the
rt-Kiiiue of «ji estate to heirs:
Ii is ordered that t*aid account be examined,
and petition heard, by the Judge of this Court,
on Monday, the 15th day of July A. D. 1901, at 2
oclock p. ni., at theo&iceof suid County Judge
ut Pembina. N. O., in said County.
^"ruler ordered, tliat notice thereof
to all persous interesica. by publishing
copy of this order tor four snccestiive weeks
wwid day of hcirjtiL', iu Hie Pioueer Jfix
RlhS *.'iS® 11 newspnuer, priuted anc pub
itaned Ht i^inbhm «nia county.
Imeil at Pembina the dlst day of May 1901.
tw^i. Judgeif the County Court.
rEKTHASI A SKVLASI'X
Atiyn. for Adnn..R rdtor.
Grand Forks, X. UiUota.
f,l have been suffering from dysjici s.a
for the past twenty years and ii.ive i»
unable after trying all preparations and W
physicians, to get any relief. After tuk
ing one bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia v.ure
I found Relief and am now in better
health thui I have been for twenty tears.
I can not praise Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
too highly," thus wntes Mrs. C. Wk
Roberts, North Creek, Arte.
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