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DIRECTORY.
JI. 8. 8PI0UR.
ATTORNEYAT LA^T.
raHBXNA, N. D.
CHA8. B. HARRI8. D. M?
Fhysldan and Surflreon. Foand at
all hour*, when not professionally
encased, at hia office, on Statoman
street at day time and at his resi
dence on Cavileer street at night.
PKMBINA. N. O.
pDRS. BKERN and MARSDBN
IgUpSPEClAUSTS
3- j.' .Eye, Biir. Nose and throat.
Platky Building. GRAND FORKS-'
DB. J. F. MCQUBEN.
DBNTI|T.
Successor to ir. Falloon
Office ovtfr the Merchants IBank,
Office hourtf-MJsOO to 5:00.
Telephone No. 64.
FBMBXNA, N. D.
WORDEN POST No. 12 6. A. R.
Regular meetings every second
anil fourth Monday of each month.
J. 6. SONDKKMAN,
Adjutant. Post Commander
PEMBINA LODGE. 2. A. F. & A. M.
Regular meetings Of first and third
Friday of every month. Visiting
Brethren in good standing are invit
ed.
A HARVEY. VICK
Secretary. H.
PEMBINA LODGE HO. A. O. U. W.
Meets every first and third Tues
day of the month.
J. H. HANNESSON. BLAINE EWING.
Recorder. M. W.
PEMBINA CAMP 3277, M. W. A.
Meets every second and fourth
Monday. Visiting neighbors'cordial
ly invited
GEO. PETERSON. AUG. SHORT,
Clerk. V. C.
BROTHERBOdD OF AMERICAN
YEOMEN
Meets every second and fourth
Friday of each month.
F. A. FELTJMAN W. C. SHVHAKER
Correspondent. Foreman.
DEGREE OF HONOR.
Meets every second and fourth
Wednesday
MRS. SWITZER. MRS. BtrRusr.
C. of H. Recorder.
PEMBINA CHAPTER No. 41. OR
DER EASTERN STAR.
Meets in Masonic Hall first and.
third 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. WINTAW,
':i
.Secretary. Chief.'
GRACE CHURCH, PEMBINA.
Sunday, services
Sunday school 10 a. m.,
Morning prayer 11 a
Evening prayer 7:30 pm
LitanyFriday7:30pm
W. LEONARD BLAKER.
Student in charge
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday Services—Epworth 'League
6:45 p. m. Sunday School 12 m.
Preaching T:30 p. m., every Sunday.
Prayer Meeting each Thursday
evening at 8:00 o'clock.
RET. A. KARR, Pastor.
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Line.
Contracts for large lots
S taken, and goods deliver
2 ed on short notice.
WM. FOWLER,
Prop.
Ftoiinn!
Wheat. Oats and B&rley
taken in exchange,, or for
cash, at highest market
prices
FRANK FELOMAH, Prop.
PB*BINA.Ji|i
Bulldlflt aad LoarAuoctatloi.
{PEMBINA, N. D.
Loans money on-good Pembina County
real estate. Every
holder and narttdp
same'Bs the invest* ..
In pays part of the debt and is also pa Iced
at interest for the, beneflt of the share
holders. From experience it is found that
from M8 to 115 monthly payments pay* the.
Principal and interest on any sum borrow
ed. WH*"" payments are SO cents per
share and flper hundred ofsum bqtrowM.
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CMu Collection® and Inauratice,
GBO. PpTBRSON. ".'
ATTORNBT AT LAW
*:W •:.. PEMBINA. N. D.
Loans, Collections -Oc nsurance.
borrawer-^is a share-
No bonus. This form of borrowing money
is esnecially convenient and profitable to
Wigeearaen and salaried men w|io want
to own theU own homes. The monthly
nayments are less than rent, and this
for mof "rent" buys the home.
1.1. TMWSIM. E. I. MMER,
PntlM i, Umbii.
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TONGUE RIVER.
Mr. E. Coutu arrived this v^ek from
Watson, Sask., where he has a farm.
Mr, and Mrs. A, J. Reetameyer were
guests at the home of Mr. Wm. Surerus
»t Backoo, on Sunday last,
The Misses Laura and Anna Clark
spetft part of last week at the home of
Mr.- F. Simons in St. Thomas.
Most of the grain is cut in this section
except the late barley, and threshing
will be general the last of the week.
Mr. S. Gibney lost a fine horse a few
days ago. The animal was a valuable
one and was siok only a few days with
influenza.
Our school building has been in the
hands of Mr, Fisher of Cavalier for the
past few weeks, and has been moved
back from the road about thirty feet and
twelve feet added to its length. A new
cement foundation also has been added*
The additional room was needed to
accomodate the large number of scholars
in the district, flflHl
Proposed Amendments to Consti
tution.
The following proposed amendments
to the Constitution of the state of North
Dakota, having passed the Tenth Legis-'
lative Assembly will be submitted to
the Eleventh Legislative Assembly for
approval or rejection. "V
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
That section 140 of the constitution
of the state of North Dakota is amended
to read as follows:
Sec.. 140. Amendment. [Railroad cor
porations^and common carriers required'
to keep office in the state and make re
ports.] Every railroad corporation and
common carrier organized in, or doing
business in this state, under the laws or
authority thereof, shall have and main
tain a public office or place in the state
for the transaction of its business where
record of the transfers of its stock
shall be made and in which shall be
kept for public inspection, books in
whicttiohall be recorded the amount of
capital stock subscribed and by whom,
the names of the owners of the stock
and the amount owned by them respec
tively, the amount of stock paid in and
by whom^-aad.* tha. transfer* of said,
stock the amount of its assets and
liabilities and the names and place of
residence of its officers. The directors
of every railroad corporation and of
every common carrier doing business in
this state shall annually make a report,
under oath, to the auditor of public
acoounts, or some officer or officers to be
designated by law, of all their acts and
doings, which report shall include such
matters relating to railroads and com
mon carriers as may be'prescribed by
law. Similar reports shall be made to
such other officers and at such times
and places as may be required by law
and the legislative assembly shall pass
laws enforcing by suitable penalties the
provisions of this section.
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
Section 25 of article 2 of the constitu
tion of the state of North Dakota shall
be and hereby is"amended to read as
follows:
Sec. 25.—The legislative authority of
the state of North Dakota shall be vested
in a legislative assembly consisting of
senate and houep of representatives, but
the people reserve to themselves power
^to propose laws and amendments to the
constitution, and to enact or reject the
same at the polls, independent of 'the
SHIP YOUR GRAIN
T.M.McCORDCo.
DULUTH OR MINNEAPOLIS
DC PillCC When shipped to us yoa
DLURUVC
get fall value of yowr
iwin.
All shipments are given oar per-i
tonal attention.
We see that you get best grades,
lightest dockage and highest prices.
We make quick returns, sending
each shipper certificate of weight
and inspection, complete account of
•ales and checkto balance.
We do no option business, deal in
actual, grain, only.
We have handled grain for inde
pendent shippers in Minneapolis
md-Dttltttk nf 23 tiafi.
8»sd ns Ml! df ladlaM' direct or have
rf*r !*n*»rmalrtdrirft on us. with bill
of ladinM attach«4. lof.H orft value of
grate./writ* uafor shippta* Manks,
eamplo envelope
aand —ndsaiapl—.
410 Board ef Tnfe mi WOhmlm Mpommmi,
DtlUfTH. 0m. HINNEArOUS.
MAKFMONFY
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power, it their own^ c^Um^ approve
or-'irejeot .^ai the Mt, itnn. Mo
tion or part of any nt ueafcuie
paasod by thp legislative asiembly.
The first power teserwMqr the people
is the iniative, and not more than eight
per cent, of the legal voters shall be re
quired to propose any measure by ini
tiative petition, and every suoh petition
Bhall
include the full text of the meas
ure so proposed, but the same constitu
tional amendment shall not be pro
posed oftener than once in 'ten years.
Initiative petitions shall be filed with
the seoretary of state not less than
thirty days.before any regular session of
the. legislative assembly. He shall
transmit the same to the legislative as
sembly as soon as it convenes. Such
initiativeN measures shall take prece
dence over all other measures in the
legislative assembly except appropria*
tion bills, and shall either be accepted
or rejected without change or amend
ment by the legislative assembly within
forty days. If any such initiative
measure shall be enacted by the legis
lative assembly it shall be subject to
referendum petition or it may be re
ferred by the legislative assembly to the
people for approval or rejection. If it is
rejected or no action is taken upon it by
the legislative assembly, within said
forty days, the secretary of state shall
submit it to the people for approval or
rejection at the next ensuing general
election. The legislative assembly may
reject any measure so proposed by im
tiative petition and propose a. different
one to accomplish the same purpose, and
in any such event both measures shall
be submitted by the secretary of state
to the people for approval or rejection
at the next ensuing election. If con
flicting measures submitted to the peo
ple at the next ensning election shall be
approved by a majority of the votes
severally cast for and against the saqie,
the one receiving the highest number of
affirmative votes shall thereby become
valid and the other shall thereby be
rejected.
The second power is the referendum,
and it may be ordered (except as to
laws necessary for the immediate
preservation of the public peace, health,
or safety) ^as to any measure or any
parts, items or sections of any measure
passed by the legislative assembly,
either by a. petition signed by five per
cent, of the legal voters or by the legis
lative assembly if a majority -of the
members-elect vote therefor. When it
is necessary for the immediate, preseva
tion of the public peace,, health or., safe
ty that a law shall become effective
without delay, such necessity and.,, the
law creating the same shall be stated
in one section of the bill, and if upon
aye and nay vote in each house two
thirds of all the members elected to_
each* house- shall vote-on a ooparartB roll
call in favor of the said law going ,into
instant operation for the immediate
preservation of the public peace, health
or safety, such law shall become opera
tive upon approval by the governor.
The filing of referundum petition
against any one or more items, sections
or parts of an act shall not delay the
remainder of that act from .becoming
operative. Referendum petitions a
gainst measures passed by the legisla
tive assembly shall be tiled with the
secretary of state not more than ninety
days after the final adjournment of the
session of the legislative assembly
which passed the measure on which the
referendum is demanded. The veto
power of the governor shall not extend
to measures referred to the people.
All elections on measures referred to
the people of the state shall be had at
biennial regular general elections, ex
cept as provision may be made by law
for a special election or elections. Any
constitutional amendment or other
measure referred to the people shall
take effect when it is approved by a
majority of the votes cast thereon and
not otherwise, and shall be in force
from the date of the official declaration
of the vote. The enacting clause of all
initiative bills shall be^'Be it enacted by
the pepple of the state of North Dako
ta." This section shall not be construed
to deprive any member of the legislative
assembly of the right to introduce any
measure. The whole number of votes
east for justice of the supreme court at
the regular election last preceding the
filing of jany petition for the initiative or
for the referendum shall be the basis on
which the number of legal voters neces
saiy to sign suoh petition shall be
counted. Petitions and orders lor initia
tive and for referendum shall be filed
with aeoretary of state, and in submitt
ing the same to the people he and oil
other officers shall be guided by the
general
laWB
and the act submitting this
amendment until legislation shall be
especially provided therefora. This
aniendment shall be self-exeouting, but
legislation may be enacted eepectially to
facilitate its operation.
PBOPOSSp AMBNDM^PZ,
That section 216 of the constitution of
the state of North Dakota be amended
to'read a* follows:
Sec. 216.—The following Qamed pob
lie institutions are hereby permanently
located as hereinafter provided, each to
have so iQuoh of the remaining grant of
one hundred aad seventy thousand
ros of Jand made ty t)U ignited
Statte far "other ednoationafiiid ehsr-
Itable JfhstitutraBS^ «s alotted by law,
handy:
Rtrti-A soldiers' home, when lo
cated, or such other oharitable institu
tion as the legislative assembly may de
termine, at Lisbon, in' the oounty of
Ransom, with a grant of forty thousand
acres of land.
Seoond.—A blind asylum, or such
other institution as the legislative as
sembly may determine, at suoh place
in the connty of Pembina as the quali
fied electors of said county may deter
mine at an election to be held as pre
scribed by the legislative assembly,
with a grant of thirty thousand acres.
Third.-—An industrial school and
school for manual training, or such
other educational or charitable institu
tion as the legislative assembly may
provide, at the town of Ellendale, in the
county of Dickey, with a grant of forty
thousand acres.
Fourth.—A school of forestry, or
such other institution as the legislative
assembly may determine, at such place
in one of the connties of McHenry,
Ward, Bottinehu or Rolette as the elec
tors of said counties may determine by
an election for that purpose, to be held
as provided by the legislative assem
bly.
Fifth.—A scientific school, or such
other educational or oharitable institu
tion as the legislative assembly may
prescribe,at the city of Wahpeton, coun
ty of Richlaud, with a grant of forty
thousand acres.
Sixth.—A state normal school, at the
city of Minot, in the county of Ward
provided, that no other institution of a
character similar to any one of those
located by this article shall be esta
blished or maintained without a revision
of this constitution.
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
That section 158 of the constitution
of the state_of North Dakota be a
mended to read as follows:
Sec. 15tf.—No land shall be sold for
less than its appraised value and in no
case for less than ten dollars per acre.
The purchaser shall pay one fifth down
of the price in cash and the remaining
four-fifths as follows: One-fiifth in five
years, one-fifth on or before the expira
tion of ten years, one-fifth on or before
the expiration of fifteen years, and one
fifth on or before the expiration of twen
ty years, with interest at-the rate of not
than five per cent, per annum pay
able annually in advance provided,
that when payments are made before
due they shall be made at interest pay
ing date, and one year's interest in ad
vance shall be paid on all moneys so
paid. All sales shall be held at the
county seat of the county in which the
land to be sold is situated, and all be at
public auction and to the highest bidder
after sixty day$' advertisement at the
same in a newspaper of general circula
tion in the vicinity of the land to be
sold, and also published in a newspaper
published at the county seat and also
in a newspaper published at the seat of
government. Such lands as shall not
have been especially subdivided shall be
offered in tracts of one quarter section
and those subdivided in the smallest
subdivision. All lands designated for
sale and not sold within two years after
appraisal shall be reappraised before
they| are sold. No grant or patent for
suchjands shall issue until payment is
made for tlie same provided, that the
lands contracted to be sold by the state
shall be subject to taxation from the
date of such contract. In case the
taxes assessed against any of said lands
any year remain unpaid until the
for
first Monday in October of the follow,
ing yeir, then and thereupon the con
tract of sale for such lands shall, if the
board of university and school lauds so
determine, become null and void.
Any lands under the provisions of
section 158 of the constitution of the
state of North Dakota that have hereto
fore been sold may be paid for, except
as to interest, as provided herein pro
vided, further, that any school or insti
tution lands that may be required for
townsite purposes may be paid for at
any time and patent issued therefor
PROPOSED AMENDMENT
That section 176 of the constitution
of the state of North Dakota be a
mended so as to read as follows:
Sec. 176. Laws shall be passed tax
ing by uniform rule all jyoperty accord
ing- to its true value in money, and the
legislature may pass laws taxing in
comes, but the property of the United
States and the state, county and munic
ipal corporations, both real and personal
snail be exempt from taxation, and tha
legislative assembly shall by general
law exempt from taxation property
used exclusively for school, religious,
fraternal, cemetery or charitable pur
poses, public hospitals iinder the con
trol of religious or charitable societies,
used wholly or in part for publie chari
and personal' property to any'amount
not exceeding in value two hundred dol
lars for each individual liable to taxa
tion but the legislative assembly may,
by law,, provide for the payment of a
per centum of gross earnings of railroad
oompanies to be paid in lieu of all state,
county, townships and. sohool taxes on
property exclusively used in juad about
the prosecution of the business of suoh
companies as common carriers, but no
real estate of said oorporation shall be
exempted from taxation in the same
manner and on the same basis as other
real estate is taxed, except road-bed,
right-of-way, shops and buildings, used
exclusively in tne business is common
oarnersj and whenever, and so long as
suoh law providing for the pavmehtof a
ir oentum on earnings shall be in force
at bart of seotion l79 of this article
relating to assessment of railroad jpro
ty shall *-force.
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Charles La Pond's
ICE CREAM
Crushed Fruit for Ice Cream,
Sundae and Soda
HUE APPLE
STRAWBERRY
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D. C. RUGO, PWfc
3oo Cwtoal Av*v.
State.
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Ice dream Parlors
HOTEL PEMBINA ANNEX Phone 17 PEMBINA. N. D.
WHOLE CHERRY
RASPBERRY
HUTFRAPPE
EXTRAS}
FRUlT-0RANQ£A0£ and LEMONADE
TWO DIFFERENT KINDS EACH DAY
FOB
Automobiles Gas Engines
Soda Water, Flavors
CHOCOLATE 8AR8APARIU*
ORAHOE LEMON
STRAWBERRY WILD CHERRY
PIH$ APPLE VANILLA
MILK 8HAKE ROOT BEER
RASPBERRY and CHERRY CIDER
ICE CREAM CONES
USE THE
AUTO SPARKER,
It requires no batteiy to start it and nev
er misses fire. With ordinary care it will last
as long as your gasoline engine.
Kept on hand for immediate delivery.
These sparkers are expsessly adapted for Automobiles and Sta*
tionary engines for out-door work as neither cold nor dampness effects
them. For descriptive ciiculra, call on
We Handle Only the Best.
G. G. THOMPSON.
Agent,.Pembina, North Dakota.
Fruit Groceries
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Ice Cream
in any quantity,
Manufactured at Orand Forks.
A. D. CAVILLER'Si
NEW CORNER STORE.
Grander than ever.
The
Slate Fair
AUG. 31 to SEPT. 5, 1908.
Hamline, Minn.
(Midway between St.Paul and Minneapolis)
Take the
To either City. Convenient Train Service in each
direction. Extra equipment will be added to take
care of all those who attend this
Exceptional Presentation
of Live-Stock, Agricultural, Horticultural and Manu
facturers' Exhibits, Harness and Saddle Races, Auto
mobile and Airship Competitions,Enormous Amusement
Programs, and Evening Entertainments.
Take your Vacation at the'
—Fair and travel via the—
Northern Pacific Railway
A. M. CLELAND, G.P.A. ST. PAUL, MINN.
Alsoka-Yukon-Paetflc Exposition, Seattle. Washington,
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