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-•fiW &M S^.'.Z'^ »^/£r H. B. 8PIMJSR. B^:^:iLT^*NBY-AT.iAWI V' PBHBINA, N. D. loans, Collections and Insurance. GEO. PETERSON. & ATTORNEY AT LAW PBMBINA. lt. D. Loans, Collections nc nsurance. CHAS. B. HARRIS, M. D. PhyBiciunand Surareon. Found at all hours, when nof professionally engaged, at his office, on Stutsman street at day time- and at his resi dence on Cavlleer street at nitfit. mm PEMBINA, N.'D. DR. J. FT MCQUEEN. DENTIST. Successor to Dr. Falloon Office ov^r the Merchants-iBank, Office hours—9:00,to 5:W, Telephone No. 6i(. PEMBINA, N. D. WORDEN POST "No. 12 G. A. R. Reirular meetings ITevery second and fourth Monday of each month. J. 6. SONDBKMAN. Adjutant. Post Commander PEMBINA LODGE. 2, A. F. & A. M. «i*?Ssrulai»meetlnir8 of fl'8t ntid third •E™jy of every month. Visiting Brethren in good standinir are invit ed. AH HARVEY. VICK Secretary. Ml. PEMBINA LODGE 110, A. O. U. W. .Meets every first and third Tues day or the month. J. H. HANNESSON. BtAINE EWING. Recorder. M, w. PEMBINA CAMP 3277. M. W. A. Meets every second and fourth Monday. Visitingr'neisrhborsTcordial ly invited GEO. PETERSON. AUG. SHORT. Clerk. v. C, BROTHERBOOD OFJ AMERICAN' YEOMEN Meets every second and fourth" Friday of each month. F. A. FEI.DMAN W. C. SHITMAKER Correspondent. Foreman. DEGREE OF HONOR. Meets every second1 and fourth Wednesday. MRS. SWITZER. MRS. BURLEY. C. of H. Recorder. PEMBINA CHAPTER No. 41, OR DER EASTERN STAR. Meets in Masonic Hall first and Jhird Wednesdays of each month. Visiting members cordially invited. MRS. J. LAMOURE. JR., W, M. MRS. H. G. VICK, Sec'y. PEMBINA FIRE DEPARTMENT. Meets every first and' third Tues day of the month, W. W. FELSON, J. D. WlNtAW, Secretary. Chief. GRACE CHURCH, PEMBINA. Holy communion 1st Sunday in the month, at 11 a. other Sundays even song and sermon at 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 11 a. m., except 1st Sunday in month in the month when it Is 11:30. REV. J. E. KIMBERLY, Rector METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sunday Services—Epworth Leajrue 6:45 p. m. Sunday School 12 m. Preaching 7:30 p. m„ every Sunday. Prayer Meeting each Thursday evening at 8:00 o'clock. REV. A. KARR, Pastor. J. K. SWiTZER'S Meat Market, Lowest Possible Prices for all meats. BEST SERVICE, EXPERIENCED BUTCHERS. This week: Round Steak, only 10 era. Loin Jjteak, only 12£cts Boiling Beef, 6 and 7 cts. Pork, Mutton, Veal, and Smoked Goods in proportion II FEED! not Wheat, Oats and Barley taken in exchange, or for cash, at highest market prices FRANK FELDMAN, Prop. PEMBINA BolMini aid Loan Association. JPEMBINA, N. D. 1 Loans monev on good Pembina County real estate. Every borrower is a_ share holder and participate in the profits the same as the Investor. Every dollar paid in nayu part of the debt and is also palced at interest for the benefit of the share liolders. From experience it is found that from 108 to 115 monthly payments pays the principal and interest on any sum borrow ed. Monthly payments ^aie 60 cents per share and $l_per hundred of sum borrowed. No bonus. This form of borrowing money t* especially convenient and profitable, to wase earners and salaried men who want 40 owntheir own homes. The monthly navments are less than rent, and this tor mof "rent" buys the home. 1.1. TKMBW.V E. I. MKB, Pi* FOR CONGRESS I am a candidate for the Republican nomination for member of Congress be fore the primaries to be held on the 24th day of June next, and earnestly solicit your support. I believe in the repeal of the tariff on lumber and in a general revision of th^e tariff schedules. Am in favor of a na tional grain inspection law and in the general policies which have been advo cated by President Roosevelt. I have lived in the state of North Dakota for over twenty-six years and have a thorough knowledge of the needs of our people. Should I be nominated and elected, I will use by best efforts for the best in terests of all the people and all parts of the state. Respectfully, L. B. HANNA. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS. I hereby announce my candidacy for Superintendent of Schools, Pembina county, subject to the choice of the republican voters at the primary elec tion to be held in June. I respectfully solicit the support 6f the republicans of the county. MRS ISABELLA A. BURLEY, Pembina, N. D. COUNTY AUDITOR. I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for re-elec tiori to the office of County Auditor for Pembina county. The support of my friends will be appreciated. WM.W. FELSON, Pembina, N. D. COUNTY TREASURER. I hereby announce myself as a Repub lican candidate for a second termjfor the office of treasurer 6f Pembina county, N. D., subject to the result of the pri mary election in June, 1908. If elected I promise to give my',per sonal attention to the office and shall endeavor to run same in a courteous and business-like manner. I respectfully ask the support of the Republicans of the county. FRANK H. ANDERSON. FOR COUNTY JUDGE I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for County Judge and respectfully solicit the sup port of the voters at the primary elec tion. If my management of the office has met with the approval of the people of the county I should appreciate the en dorsement of being nominated and elected for another term. H. G. VICK. !IUK'-R!0D4 ':V? '"UO F" CLERK Of. COURT I hereby announce myself as candi date for re-election to the office of Clerk of' the District Court for Pembina county, on the Republican ticket, and solicit your support at the primaries. If elected I will continue to give the office my entire personal attention and fulfil the duties of the office as faith fully and efficiently'as it has been my aim to do since the last election. GEORGE PETERSON. SHERIFF. It it pleases the Republican voters of this county to nominate me at the pri mary on June 24th, for re-election to the office of sheriff, I shall be very grateful for such endorsement, and if elected I will endeavor to perform the dutie& of that office with all diligence and with the greater efficiency gained from ex perience. GEORGE ROADHOUSE. REGISTER OF DEEDS. I announce myself as candidate for re eleotion to the offioe of Register of Deeds and respectfully ask the support of "the Republican voters at the primary elec 2 4 JOHN F. GILL E O O Having filed my petition add affidavit I as a candidate for the nomination by the democratic party of this county 'or the office of clerk of courf, I would respect fully ask the support of tfie electors for that nomination at the primary on June 24th, and at the ensuing election in Nov ember. WILLIAM A. SEE, Carlisle, N. t. 'J? It's fine care that makes- floe Mr! Use Ayer'sHair Vifor, new improved formula, sys tem ati call y, conscientiously, and you will get results. We know it stops falling hair* curea dandruff, and is a moat elegant dressing. Entirely new. New bottle. New contents. Poet not change tht color of th* heir. tiers Tor»uU with —h beHls Show it to yow doeUr Ask him abrattt, IhMdOHhtWfi Ayer's Hair Visor, as now made from our new improved formula, is the latest, most scientific, and in every way the very best hair preparation ever placed upon the market. For falling hair and dandruff it is the one great medicine. •—lUdibxttiJ. C. Ajar Co., mrall. If— GEORGE M..YOUNG Republican Candidate for Congress. George M. Young, of Valley City, N. D., was born in Huron county, Ontario. He came to Michigan in 1888 and to North Dakota in 1890. He is a self made man, has served two terms in the house and two sessions in the state sen ate. He was the pioneer in legislation looking to better grain grading condi ion and also had a bill passed estab lishing a flour mill and grain testing plant at Fargo, tor the farmers' benefit, the first of the kind in the United States under state control. He led the fight on the floor of the house for the fellow servant bill,, known as the "Personal Injury" bill,. which the railroad em ployes had long waited for. He also had passed the corrupt practice act with the object of securing cleaner elections. He introduced and made a vigorous fight for the enactment of an anti-pass bill. 'His legislative record is such that his platform promises are taken at full value. He.is in full sympathy with the peo ple and is by education and training well qualified to represent this state in congress. Mr. Young is honest and honorable and a fearless advocate of the right. He belongs to the wing of the republican party known as progressives or insur gents, but if elected will without doubt be the servant of all the people.—Valley City Times Record. FOR CONGRESS To the Voters of North Dakota: I am a candidate for the republican nomination, at the primaries to be held the 24tii of June next, as a representa tive in congress from North Dakota. During the three years that I have served in this capacity, I have, although hampered by the disadvantages of a new member, endeavored to discharge the duties of my office faithfully and hon estly. If again honored with nomina tion and-election, I shall continue in those endeavors. Of thoSe who believe that my record has been such as to war rant this indorsement. I solicit the vote and 0upfort.ig£Re8pecttully, A. J. GRONNA. The Watkins Way is here .to stay,^ It's much the best,you cannot doubt it. For sixteen years I've been .on my way, To tell you all about it. ANDREW MOEN, Authorised and licensed kgeot, Hamilton, N. Dak.. 8«Mtor ,l»t District. Walhalla, N. D., May 26,'06. Democrats of the 1st Legislative Dis trict: Friends:—Owing to the fact that it is impossible for me to see you personally at this time, I take tikis means of ex pressing my appreciation to the many democrats who signed my petition for Senator of the First District, and to.the democrats also, who would have signed had it been possible to reach all. Your hearty support and co-operation at the primary election to be held on June 24th, 1908, is especially solicited and wjjil be properly appreciated by me. Yours sincerely, 1 A. D. McMURRAY. E. C. COOPER. Mr. Cooper is a candidate before the republican primaries to succeed himself as insurance commissioner. Mr. Cooper I looks well, talks well, and has acted well. Well, what's the matter with let ting him continue to run the business! that he knows so well? Primary Nominations for Pembina County. (The letters following the names desig nate republican or democrat.) Sherifl—George Roadhouse, Neche, R. Auditor—W. W. Felson, Pembina, R. Clerk Court—Geo. Peterson, Pembina,F. Wm. A. See, Carlisle, D. Treasurer—F. H. Anderson, Walhalla, R. Joseph Fay, Crystal, D. County Judge—H. G.Vick.St.Thomas,R. T. R. Shaw, Pembina, D. Register-John F. Gill, Elora, R. J. D. Winlaw, Pembina, D. Supt. Schools— Isabella. A. Burley, Pembina, R. Anne C. Conmy, Pembina, D. States Atty—M. Brynjolfson,Cavalier,D. Public Administrator— Elis Thorwaldson, Mountain, R. Coroner— Dr. F. M. Burrows, Bathgate, Senator, 1st District— J. LaMoure, Sr., Pembina, R. A. D. McMurray, Walhalla, D. Representatives, 1st District— W. J. Watts, St. Joseph, R. George A. McCrea, Drayton, R. J. J. O'Connor, Neche, D. Walter Welford, Pembina, D. Representative, 2nd District Christian Ganssle, St. Thomas, R. Fred Weiss, Sr., Crystal, D. County Commissioner, 2nd District— John K. Olafson, Gardar, R. County Commissioner, 4th District— John C. Johnson, Neche, R. Joseph Morin, D. J. N. Horgan, D. County Justices—C. Murphy, Neche, R, R. H.Huffman, Walhalla, R. B. Dalsted, Svold, R. County Constables— Oddur Dahlman, Gardar, R. A. Slagerman, Neche, R. T. G. McConnell, Cavalier, R. Bowesmont Creamery Solicits your shipment of cream. The highest market price paid butter fat. Honest test and weight. BOWESMONT, N. D. GUARANTEE THOUSANDS $ ^4 *?v m- 1 Unequalled Live Stock and wheat exhibits. Finest Horses and Cattle of the west. Room M-140 THE LIGHT OF INVESTIGATION HAS MADE :l®trefund Pitpucd st laboratoty of Mstt l. lohnwo COM 8t. Paul. Mtnn. GuinMMld liwkr tltt Food and Drag* Act. 1906. No. aft). N SUE ANb OUUUNTEES R. SHAW, PEMBINA, N CALUMET 'has obtained the eonfidenc* of the public. i* with the Pore Stood Laws •1(00040 CIVMI for any MIBATANEOI injurious to HMMI found in Oalumotl Muw Is so caMtallyaad seientifioslly praparad that the noutriUlIiwonofthB IStredfents i. absolatelr Perfect? Th^fora! .or Ctlna Atom In •omct. of HvmiwiMiuvu OS ienta it abaolatelr pwfect. Thsrat kfvej RochoUe Sslts to the food. It to ebemlea] ii I Ml Qroesrs an Authtrfni to QwnnlM (bit. °P»'« little. Costs nnani?. *SS? ch»«P. Injnrions pomtrs BOW on, the mirint, bnt is a blar sragtmlfeittutpoMlm. Try Calumet WINNIPEG EXHIBITION Juh 11-17 !NNES' WORLD FAMOUS ORCHESTRAL BAN0. 91st Highlanders' Band. Spectacular Military Tattoo First Light Agricultural Motor Competition in America Extraordinary Grand Stand Attractions. A A ANDREWS, W SANFORD EVANS, A W BELL President Vice President Secretary FOR Automobiles Gas Engines USE THE AUTO SPARKER, It requires no battel to start it and nev er misses fire. 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