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FRANCIS A. H£RT,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law and
Solicitor in Chancery.
Practice in State, U. S. Circuit and District
Courts
Pembina, North Dakota.
m-srsxcKLAiTS.
CHAS. B. HARRIS, M. D."
Phyeioian and Surgeon. Found at all hours
when not professionally engaged, at his office,
oi Stutsman street at day time and at his resi
dent- on Cavileer street at niglit.
embina, North Dakota.
OB. X7R H. PAIIIIOON,
Office over the Merchants Bank,
Office honrs—8:30 to 13:00 a. m„ 1:00 to 5:00 p.
•m. All other tinges when.necessary.
PEMBINA, N. DAK.
fficeJHours: 9 to 12. 2 to 6. Suudays: 10 to 1.
Telephone No. 9284.
DR. H. A. BEAUDOUX.
SPECIALIST.
^Practice Limited to^Dlseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose'and Throat.
EdwardB Building, over Alex. Stern &JCo.
FARGO. N. D.
SOCIETIES.
"WoxcLan. Post, IfcTo. 13, 3-, .A.. Tt.
Regular meetings every second and fourth
Monday of each month.
J. 6. SONDEBMAN, MOSES HELLEB.
Adiutant. Post Commander.
e•no.'blaa.a, Xiodgre, 2, "C- «fe
Regular meetings in the evenings of first and
third Friday of every month. Visiting Brethren
In good standing are invited.
E, D. BOOKER, F. C. WARNER.
Secretary. W. M.
5P»3=Q.T3laa.«, X.od.gf» 110, O. "C- "W,
Meets every first and third Tuesday of the
Month.
BLAINE EWINC G. F. FOBSTEB,
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Recorder, M. W.
Fam.~b3.aa a. Camp,3277., 1^. "V7".
Meet every Second and Fourth Monday. VI
siting neighbors cordially invited.
W. E. COATS, F. M. KINO,
Clerk. V. C.
Brotherhood of American Yeomen.
Meets every second and fourth Friday of each
month.
F. A.FELDMAN,
Correspondent.
C. A. KsNroN,
Foreman.
OsgxM of 3sa9^.
Meets every Second and Fourth Wednesday.
Mas.-F. A. FELDMAN, MRS. M. J.SWITZEB
C. of H. Recorder.
3Pmao.l3L3a.CL Cla.a.ptor 2To. -^1, Ord.«r
TFia.rateJaa. Stag.
Meets in Masonic Hall 1st and 3rd Wednesdays
Of eaoh month. Visiting members cordially in
vited. ELIZABETH HARVEY, W. M.
MAUD SHORT,. Sec'y.
3*lz« S*pastaaa.t,
Meets every First and Third Tuesday of the
month.
W. W. FELSON, J. D. WINLAW,
Secretary. Chief.
Ghxauc* Cbiueb, Fwxaa/bla&a..
Snnday School at 12 o'clock. Evensong and
8ermonat7:80p. m. Choir Practice on Friday
-evening at 7.30.
REV. H. N. HARRISON, Pastor.
TIRFTFH oAlat SSPLAEEPA^L CJJ.-VIXO2I.
SDNOAr SERVICES.—Epworth League 11
«. m. Sunday School 13 m. Preaching 730 p.
m. every Snnday.
PRAYER MEETING each Thursday evening
at 8:00 o'oleck.
REV. A. KARR. Pastor.
PEMBINA
PEMBINA, N.
Loans money on good Pembina County real
•estate. Every borrower is a shareholder and
participate«lb the profits the'same as the invest
or. Every dollar paid in pays part of the debt
and is also placed at Interest for the benefit of
the shareholders. From experience it Is found
that from 108 to XUB monthly payments pays the
-principal and interest on any sum borrowed.
Monthly payments are bO cents per share and SI
-per hundred oj
sum borrowed. No bonus. This
form of borrowing moneyls especially, conven
ient and profitable to wage earners ana. salaried
men who want to own their own homes. The
monthly payments are less than rent, and this
form or ''rent" buys the home.
«. 6. THOMPSON
President.^
m. HOLLISTER'S
Stocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
A Buy KsdieLu tat BuyPtopls.
BrlaftOoldMEtaltli and Esnawrf TJgo*.
,, A g»^flo
f»nn,,as «eoto box. OtanlMjaaOe by
HOUUSTSII Dxtro OOXPANT, Kadlson, wis.
J0L0EN NUB6ET8 FOft MLLQW PEOPI^
TIw C. Ei Convention.
The thirteenth annual C. E. society
convention met at Neche Wednesday
and Thursday. This convention repre
sented the counties ot Pembina. Walsh,
Cavalier and Grand Forkjs. There were
present about 60 delegates, who were
hospitally entertained by the people of
Neche in their homes.
It Was a strong, inspiring convention,
and an exceptionally good pirogram was
rendered. The M. E. funioir League of
Neche rendered several song's which
added greatly to the pleasure of the
meeting.
Wednesday
Chas. S. Fee, 6. P. A
ST* PAUL, MINN
evening the chnrch was
crowded with delegates and townspeople
Vocal solos were given by Mr. Ward
wyll, of Pembina, and the Misses De
Camp and Hutton, of Grand Forks.
Rev. J. G. Nordeweir, of Milton, spoke
on "The Need of Prayer," and John J.
Samson, of St. Thomas spoke on "Our
Duty to ihe Young."
Thursday Miss Jones, of St. Thomas,
rendered beautifully a vocal solo, "We
Shall See Him Face to Eace." Rev. F.
H. Haves, of Grand Forks, D. Matheson
of Walhalla, F. M. Richmond of St.
Thomas and J. G. Noordeweir, of Milton
were an inspiration to the convention
and contributed greatly to its success.
Officers for the following year were
elected as follows:
President.—G. F. Rich.
First Vice President—J. J. Samson.
Second Vice President—Rev J. G.
Noordeweir.
Third Vice President—H. E. Pratt.
Fourth Vice President—A. M. Mcin
tosh.
Treasurer—Miss Gordon.
Secretary—Miss Trenbeath.
Junior Snpt.—Miss Wilson.
Notice of Inspection of N. P. Railway.
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Railroad Commissioners of North Da
kota will inspect tne line of the Northern
Pacific Railway through Pembina coun
ty, on the 11th day of July, 1905.
The hour of arrival of Commissioners'
train can be learned of the station agent.
All persons having petitions of- com
plaints are requested to submit same in
duplicate.
C. S. Deisem, President.
I. Christiansen,
Eric A. Stafne, Comm.ss'ners.
52-1 C. C. Hammond, Secretary.
Worst of All Experiences.
Can anything be worse than to feel
that every minute will be your last?
Such was the experience of Mrs. S. H.
Newson, Decatur, Ala. "For three years'
she writes, "I endured insutferable pain
lrom indigestion, stomach and bowel
trouble. Death seemed inevitable when
doctors and all remedies failed. At
length I was induced to try Electric Bit
ters and the result was miraculovs. I im
proved at once and now I'm completely
recovered." For Liver,Kidney.Stomach
and Bowel troubles Electric Bitters is
the only medicine. Only 50c. Guaran
teed by T. R. Shaw, druggist.
AKOTA
A modern school, 9
teachers, 500 pupils* 150
positions filled last year
WELL MACHINERY
R.R.HOWELL & CO.
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*lE. D. BOOKER,
Secretary.
A SS
Investigation
Encyclopedia research too
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The only word to rhyme with "Drugs,
That we can find is "taty biigs
The only anty-lote we've seen
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«YvFor taty-bug is,Paris Green. i[
Won't forget to get your supply in time at I
THE DRUG STORE.
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TBSDALE,
Dental Notice.
Dr.Falloon leaves June 20th on a three
months visit to his home in Canada, and
his office in Pembina will be supplied
the first ten days of July, August and
September, by Dr. Ralston, of Grand
Forks, who occupied the place two years
ago during the doctar's a*bsence.
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of way place, remote
from civilization a family is often driven
to desperation in case of accident, re
sulting in Burns, Cuts Wounds, Ulcers,
etc. Lay in a supply ol Bucklen's Ami
es Salve. It's the best on earth. 25c at
T. R. Shaw's drug store.
The Pembina photogrophic studio will
be open for business on the first and
third Mondays and Tuesdays of each
month.
USINESS
Pull course in Actual Busi
ness, Bookkeeping, Penman
ship, Shorthand,Banking
A. H. ANDERSON,
Photographer.
OLLEGE
Summer School Nov*
Fall term Sept.4."Cat
alog free* F.L.Watkina
Fargo
We make
Oil, Gas,
Artesian,
Rock, Tubular, and
Well Auger Machines.
Tools, Tanks,
Pumps and Well Supplies
We manufacture a full line of up-to'
date machinery. The best on the market
Light running, the handiest to operate
does the work to perfection. A mone)
maker. There Is money in making wellf
If you have the right machinery. It pay)
to buy the best. Write for our Catalog
"A" and prices. It will pay you.
Manufacturers, Minneapolis) Minil*
We've hunted all of Webster thru',
I
Advertisiu5.Sa.OO. Office
Supplies S7.50 27 50
I a a
fees $4.00. Livery Hire.
Notary ,25c 4 25
Safe S85.00 85 00
All other disbursements,
viz: pub. Annual State
ment, 521.00, tiling
bonds $1,50, Auditor,
§8.10 30 60
Toial Amount of Dis
bursements during the
year
Balance cash on hand at
end of year
No. of Policies in force
December 31 of previous
year 570
No. of Policies issued
during the }ear 341
Total 911
Deduct No. of Policies ex
pired and ceased to he
in force during the year 173
No. of Policies and
Amount in force at end
of year, viz: December
31,1904 738
No. of Loss Claims pre
sented during the year 6
No. Losses paid in lull as
adjusted 6
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In Tectimony Whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and affixed the Seal 01 this Office at Bis
marck, this S9th day of April, A. D. 1906.
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EXCURSIONS
$10.00 FOR ROUND TRIP TICKETS
TO THE FAMOUS CARROT RIVER VALLEY
During the month of July the Canadian Northern Railway will sell tickets on anv dav
from EMERSON on the INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY to Melfort and return, cx00d for thirty
days, with stop over privileges, for $10.00. Regular trains for the Carrot River Valley leave
Winnipeg every Mpnday and Wednesday at 1:15 p.m. Minnesota and Dakota landseekers
should buy tickets to Emerson, the International Boundary, where they can then purchase
the'$10.00 excursion tickets to Melfort and return.
I? CARROT RIVER VALLEY which now has railway facilities for the first time, is the most fertile part of'the areat
Saskatchewa.n Valley- Two-thirds of the country is open prairie. The soil is a rich loam varying from one to fou^feet
in depth. Ihe running streams in every township furnish an abundance of pure water. The praries are covered with richlv luxuriant
grass. There
absolutely no .vlkah or stone and there is no section in Western Canada to-day that will produce the same enormous
Wo« 1 *lcLT"Ci Wheat. The country too beinj? euuallv well admiferl to flivpr^ifipd fm-mincr With the splendid r'tilwiv
rtion of Western
these new towiis offer to the business and professional man in every line opportunities to get in on the ground floor in the most thriving
hustling towns in the most productive and prosperous sections of Western Canada.
Good Free Homesteads of 160 acres each, can still be had near railroad stations. This year will be the last chance to secure -ood free lands
within reasonable distance of the railway. Write for maps, printed matter, price lists, etc.
SASKATCHEWAN VALLEY & MANITOBA LAND CO. Ltd.
Canadian Northern Building, WINNIPEG, MANITOBA
Abstract of Statement.
of the condition and affairs of the PEMBINA
MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of
Humilton. N. D. organized under tile laws of the
Stato oiN'orth Dnkota, made to the Commis
sioner of Insiisanco of ihe Stateof North Dakota,
in pursuance of the Laws ofsnid State.
President, E. H. liesiemayer.
Vice PreBident, Joseph Morrison.
Secretary. Henry Geiyer.
Principal Ollice, Hamilton, N. D.
Attorney for service in the Stute of North Da
kota: Commissioner of Insurance, Bismarck, N.
D.
Orsanized or incorporated July 29th, 1897.
Commenced business August 18th 1S07.
Balance cash on hand and in bank December
31st of pervious year 145
Disbursements During the Year 1904.
Paid Losses incurred dur
ing the year 157 15
Return premiums on New
Policies $34.94. Return
Premiums on With
drawals S7 20 42 14
a is on to
Agents 86S2.00. Paid
Agents for Adjusting
Losses, §20.30 702 20
Paid Directors 60 40
Secretary S209.00. Treas
urer §02.70 271 76
Postage SJ3.16 43 10
Paid for Printing $15.00.
I
4th
57
Income During Year 19D4.
Cash received as first pay
ments of Policies issued
during the year 2153 42
Cash received from notes
taken during the year.. 17i!-4ft
Cash received lrom assess
ments of previous year. 518 S4
Cash received lrom notes
of previous years '29 05
Cash received from oilier
sources, vinterest... 3 33
Total amount ot cash re
ceived during the year 8877 1ft
Total Cash, including bal
ance on hand lrom pre
vious year 30J2 73
4.
•e
1424 26
Assets Other Thau Cash December 31,1904.
Notes unpaid which were
acquired duiing the
year. 8 notes 22 00
Total Assets of Company,
including balance cash
on hand December 31,
1904 1620 47
1598 47
23 00
Policy Exhibit.
621800 00
403825 00/
1025625 00'
175540 00
850085 00
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,
OFFICE or COMKISSIONCB OF INSDBANCK.
I, E. C. Cooper, Commissioner of Insurance of
the State of North Dakota,, do hereby certify
that the foregoing is a true abstract of the
original statement now on file in this office.
E. C. COOPER.
[SEAL] Commissioner of Insurance
A. ROLLINGS, Deputy,
COMPANY'S CXBTIFICATI or AUTHORITY.
Whereas, The Pembina County Mutual Fire In
surance Company, of Hamilton, North Dakota,
a corporation oiganized under the laws of
North Dakota, has filed In this
office a sworn statement exhibiting its condition
and business for the year ending December 81st,
1904, conformable to the requirements of the
laws of this State, regulating tne business ot In*
sarance, and,
Whereas, The said Company has filed in this
office a duly certified copy or its charter with
certificate of organization In compliance with
the requirement of the Insurance laws aforesaid.
Now Therefore, I, E. C. Cooper,
of Insurance of the State of Nort
Commissioner
Dakota, pur­
suant to the provisions of said laws, do hereby
certify that tne above named Company is fully
empowered, through its authorized agents to
transact Its appropriate business of Fire
Insurance in this state according to laws
thereof, until the 81st day of December, A. D.
1906.
In Testimony Whereof, I ha«e hereunto aet my
hand and Seal at Bismarck, this 3rd day of
January A. D. 1MB.
E.C.COOPER.
IMUIJ Commissioner of Insurance,
ik, ROLUHG,Deputy.
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A GOOD TIME
ON THE
of
S&lS
The local agent will be very glad to tell you about the various re
sorts, the rates in effect for the occasion and assist you in any man
ner possible. If you wish to GO HOME for the Fourth, ask
about rates, dates ot sale and limits of tickets.
F. C. WA"RAI E"R. Agent, Pembina.
A. M. 0LELAA4T5, General Passenger Agent,
St. Paul, Minn.
Very Low Rates.
PEMBINA TONSORIAL PARLORS.
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July
is what you need. It pays to get out of the rut accasionally. Get
out and the mental cobwebs brushed away. There are many
places to which you can go and spend the day very enjoyable. An
exceptionally fine assortment of pleasnre places are located long
the
NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY
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First Prices.
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I. J. BAS^EN,
General SIKH?
Blacksmith.
Horseshoeing a specialty.
PEMBINA, N. D.
Archie MCDOMWI old Stand.''-I
Ten years in business in Manitoba, and sik years in the Gmadian Padfic*
jRailroadakops, Winnipeg, enables me to do any work in the blacksmith KneJJr
•withcredit to myself and sadsfistctton to my customers. Charges
4#
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reasonable.

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