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PROFESSIONAL
CARDS
H. B. SPELLER.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
PEMBINA. N. D.
loans. Collections and Insurance.
GEO. PETERSON.
A TORNEY AT LAW
PEMBINA, N. D.
Loans. Collections nc nsurance.
CHAS. B. HARRIS. M. D.
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Physician and Sursreon. Found at
I all hours, when not professionally
engaged, at his office, on Stutsman
street at day time and at his resi
dence on Cavileer street at night.
PEMBINA. N. D.
H. M. WALDREN. M.D.. C.M.
Physician and Surgeon.
DRAYTON. NORTH DAKOTA.
DRAYTON HOSPITAL.
DHAYTON, N. D.
Thoroughly equipped for the care of
medical and surgical cases.
DK. J. F. McQUEEN.
DENTIST.
Successor to Dr. Falloon
4K
Office over the Merchants Bank.
Office hours—9:00 to 5:00.
Telephone No. 6*.
PEMBINA. N. D.
WORDEN POST No. 12 G. A. R.
Regular meetings every second
and fourth Monday of each month.
J. G. SONDERMAN.
Adjutant.
PEMBINA LODGE. 2. A. F. tc A. M.
Regular meetings of first and third
Friday of every month. Visiting
Brethren in good standing are invit
ed.
AH HARVEY. VICK
Secretary.
PEMBINA LODGE 110. A. O. U. W.
Meets every first and third Tues
day of the month.
J. H. HANNESSON. JOHN HENEMAN
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.
BROTHERBOOD OF AMERICAN
YEOMEN
Meets every second and fourth
Friday of each month.
F. A. FEtOMAN W. C. SHUMAKER
Correspondent Foreman.
DEGREE OF HONOR.
Meets every second and fourth
Wednesday.
MRS. KNEESHAW MRS. AYLEN
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. F. M. KING., W, M.
MRS. H. G. VICK, Sec'y.
PEMBINA FIRE DEPARTMENT.
Meets every first and third Tues
day of the month.
J. B. EWING J. H. McCARGAR
Secretary. Chief.
GRACE CHURCH. PEMBINA.
Sunday services
Sunday school 10 a. m..
Morning prayer 11 am
Evening prayer 7:30
Litany Friday 7:30
REV. J. F. ELTON.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday Services—Epworth League
6:45 p. m. Sunday School 11 m.
Preaching 7:30 p. m., every Sunday.
Prayer Meeting each Thursday
evening at 8:00 o'clock.
REV*. HOMER H. MOORE Pastor.
WINNIPEG SCHOOL OE MUSIC,
Sandison Block. Faculty:
PIANO—J S. Ambler, Director:
C. A. Macklin, S. K. Hall.
Sylvester Gerardin,
Mrs Freeman, Mrs. J. Aister Nichols.
Miss H. C. Fumerton.l
VOCAL—Rys Thomas, F. Warrington,
(Director of Winnipeg Oratorio Society)
VIOLIN—Mr. Macdonald, F.C.V.
Mr. Sylvester Gerardin, local repre
presentative, Pembina, K,D.
Piano pupils received at his residence
£6wesmont
Creamery
Solicits your shipment of cream.
The highest market price paid for
butter fat.
Honest test and weight.
BOWESMONT, N. D.
PEMBINA
Loan and Savings Association.
JPEMBINA, N. D.
Loans money on good Pembina County
real estate. Every borrower is a share
holder and participate in the profits the
game as the investor. Ever}' dollar paid
In pays part of the debt and is also palced
at interest for the benefit of the share
holders. From experience it is found that
from
108 to
115 monthly payments pays the
rincipal and interest on any sum borrow
ed. Monthly payments are 50 cents per
share and $l_per hundred of sum borrowed.
No bonus. This form of borrowing money
is especially convenient and profitable to
wage earners and salaried men who want
to own their own homes. The monthly
payments are less than rent, and this
lor mof "rent" buys the home.
I. fi. THOMPSON.
President
E. 9. BOOKER,
Secretin.
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TONGUE RIVER.'
Mrs. Wm. Walper of Cavalier was the
guest of Tongue River friends over Sun
day.
The home of Mr. John Rickbeil was
gladdened by the advent of a baby boy
recently.
Miss Sarah McGillivray of Bathgate
spent part of last week with her sister,
Mrs. W. Hodgson.
Mr. Alex. Stonehouse who has been
visiting friends in this neighborhood,
left for Walhalla on Saturday.
Mr. S. Hodgson has sold his half sec
tion farm north of the- river to W. H.
Otten of Cavalier but will retain pos
session nntil the coming tall.
There will be a box social in Tongue
River school on Friday evening, March
26th. A good program has been prepar
ed and^everybody expects a good time,
Mr. E. M. Steward of Tongue River
and Miss Martha McConnachy of Bath
gate were married at Pembina on the 11,
Rev. Mr. Moore officiated. Both the
young people have a wide circle of
friends who wish them a long life of
happiness and prosperity.
County News
Twin poys were born to Mr. and Mrs.
W.J.Camden at Walhalla on St.Patrick's
day.
Mayor Edwards has been a business
visitor during the week at Pembina.'
Echo.
Peter Duprey and family who moved
to Missouri about a year ago have re
tirned to Leroy.
James Sharp of Prattford shipped in
a number of thorobred cattle from Mani
tou, Manitoba.
The senior class of the high school
will present their class play "Mr. Bob"
on April 2nd.—Echo.
Word has been received by Drayton
friends of the death of Mrs. L. M. Mc
Quinn from pneumonia.
A. R. Harvey and daughter Miss Elda
of Pembina were the guests of Mrs,
Ezra Van Camp Tuesday and Wednes
day.—Times.
Dr. McQueen and wife of Pembina
were the guests over Sunday of Dr. and
Mrs. C. E. Hood. Mrs. McQueen is Dr.
Hood's sister.—Echo.-
Mr. C. T. Herman and Miss Lizzie
Klindt both of LaMoure township were
married at the Methodist parsonage at
Walhalla on the 17 th,
J. S. Douglas was the recipient of a
gift accompanied by a complimentary
letter from Glasston's young folks
March 15th, his birthday.
Fifty-six new books were added to the
school library of Neche last week. They
were purchased with the proceeds of
the home talent play given last fall.
Rev. D. McMillian has tendered his
resignation to the elders of the Presby
terian church at Hamilton to take effect
on the last Sunday of the month.
The two months old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Halldorson of Mountain was
so severely scalded last week that death
resulted in a couple of hours after the
accident.
James Sabraw writes from Lacota
that the Hobertson Lumber Co. whose
agent he has been at that place has sold
its yard there to the Atlas and Imperial
companies and has bought the Atlas
yard at E.lmore and the Imperial at
Cavalier.
Thomas McNatnara succeeded Andy
Fitzsimmonds as carrier on route No. 1
on Tuesday, and Jack Tracy took Tom's
place on route No. 3. John Edgerton
still retains route No. 2 and Fitz goes
back to the farm in Bay Center.—Neche
Chronotype.
Mr. and Mrs. Alec McFadden left last
week to take up their residence for the
summer on one of the farms owned by
Mrs. W. A Murphy, sister of Mr. Mc
Fadden of Neche, near the latter town,
which he will manage for the coming
season.—Mountaineer.
On March 17th occured the wedding
of Mr. Edward Ault and Miss S. Gloude
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Gloude, south of Cava
lier. The bride and groom are both well
and"1 favorably known in that vicinity.
They will make their future home on
the Chas. Ault farm.
J. S. Green returned on Wednesday
from a three months' trip with the Jolly
Pulls company. He has visited many
eastern cities including Regina and Ed
monton and accompanied the company
through British Columbia. He started
out as a pianist but was later promoted
to the position of manager.—-Independ
ent.
The Lurid Glow of Doom
was seen the red face, hands and
body of the little son of H. M. Adams,
of Henrietta, Pa. His awful plight from
eczema had, for Uve years, defied all
remedies and[ baffled the best doctors,
who said the poisoned blood had affec
ted his lungs and nothing could save
him. "But," writes his mother, "seven
bottles of Electric Bitters completely
cured him." For Eruptions, Eczema,
Salt Rheum. Sores and all Blood Disor
ders and Rheumatism Electric Bitters
is supreme. Only 50o. Guaranteed by
all dealers.
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IN COUNTY COURT.
H. G. VICK, JUDGE. 2
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Inventory and appraisement filed show
ing valuation 81499 94. Order made for
publication of notice to creditors, the
time for presentation of claims being
limited to four months.
Guardianship of Elizabeth Buryl and
John French, minors—
Bond and oath of guardian filed and
bond approved. Letters of guardian
ship issued to Louvisa French.
Estate of Peter Kelly, deceased—
Petition of license to sell real estate
filed. Order to show cause issued setting
hearing on same for Saturday, April 24,
1909, at 10 a.m. Order directed to be
served personally and by publication.
Estate of Samuel Copp, deceased—
Petition to appoint administrator filed
the administratrix having become a mar
ried woman. Order made setting hear
ing for Saturday, May 1,1909, at 10 a.m.
Citation issued and personal service and
publication directed. Hon. George Shep
herd, county judge of Walsh county,
acted by request, the county judge of
Pembina county having been attorney
in the case and therefore disqualified.
Kills Would-Be Slayer.
A merciless murderer is Appendicitis
with many victims. But Dr. King's New
Life Pills kills it by prevention. They
gently stimulate stomach, liver and bow
els, preventing that clogging that invites
appendicitis, curing Constipation, Bili
ousness, Chills, Malaria, Headache and
Indigestion. 25c at all dealers.
"Popular Edition" Laws of 1909
As usual, immediately after the ad
journment of the present session of the
Legislature, the "Popular Edition" of
the laws will be issued by R. D. Hoskins,
Bismarck. The style of this work con
forms to the official edition. It is set in
large type and can be relied on as being
accurate.
Quite a little statistical idformation is
also given. Among other things we
enumerate, the vote last election a list
of state and county officers newspapers
to date practicing attorneys governing
boards ef
Your orders will be promptly tilled if
given to the Pioneer Express. The
price is $1.
Throat
Coughs
I
Ask your doctor about these
throat coughs. He will tell
you how deceptive they are.
A tickling in the throat often
means serious trouble ahead.
Better explain your case care
fully to your doctor, and ask
him about your taking Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral.
A
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Summary of business for week ending filed for record in the office of the Register
March 20th, 1909.
Estate of John Bjarnason, deceased—
W# publlah our formula*
We banish alcohol
from our medicines
we urge you to
oonault your
dootor
yers
Who makes the best liver pills? The
J. C. Ayer Company, of Lowell, Mass.
They have been making Ayer's Pills for
over sixty years. If you have the slight
est doubt about using these pills, ask
your doctor. Do as he says, always.
—Hade by the J. o. Ayer Co., Lowell. Mua.—
Needles* Parts and Supplies for both
wheeler & Wilson tod Slnget Machines
THOMPSON, Agt.
Machines on hand for imme
diate delivery.
There la
scarcely any limit to the
but it takes time and money. We have
been improving flower and vegetable
W
^4** o*
ran. More than 3ooo
le are working to make Ferry1*
suit you. Buy the best—Ferry's.
Por sale everywhere.
to.
Notice of Chattel Mortgage Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
\vliereas d-,fault has occurred in the con
uitions of that certain chattel mortgage
executed and delivered by Peter Hogon,
Mortgagor, to Frank C. Moris. Mortgagee
bearing date June 1st, A. D. 1!K8, and duly
of Deeds of Pembina County. State of Nor
th Dakota, on June 2nd, A. D. 1908. ut 1:10
P. N.. by reason of the failure of the mort
gagor to pay the debt secured thereby, and
whereas there is now clue and unpaid on
said indebtedness to the said mortgagee,
the sum of One hundred and eight Dollars
and thirty five cents ($108.35).
Now, Therefore, the property described
in said mortgage, to-wit:
One dark brown mare, two years old,call
ed Queen": One black gelding, one year
old One spring horse colt, two months old
and one grey milch cow, six years old, or
much thereof as may be necessary, will
be sold pursuant to the power of sale in
said mortgage contained,at public auction,
to the highest bidder for
cash, on Saturday
the Third day of April, A. D. 1909, at two
clock in the afternoon of said (lay, at the
front door of the Court House, in the city
of Pembina. County of Penibina.and State
°f Aorth Dakota, to satisfy the debt secur
ed by suid mortgage, and the costs and ex
penses of these foreclosure proceedings.
Dated at Pembina. North Dakota, this
24th day of March. A. D. 1909.
GEORGE ROADHOUSE,
H. B. SPILLER.
A*e,,t f,,rMort*u*e.e-
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Pembina. North Dakota.
Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That that cer
tain mortgage executed and delivered by
Marguerite E. Earnheart, widow, mort
gagor to Earle F. Andrus,mortgagee, da
ted November 17th, A. D. 1904, and filed
for record in the office of the Register
of Deeds of the County of Pembina and
State of North Dakota, on the 28th day
of November, A. D. 1904 at 1-35 o'clock
P. M. and recorded in Book "87"of mort
gages at page "331," will be foreclosed
by a sale of the premises in such mort
gage and hereinafter described at the
front door of the Court House in the
City of Pembina, County of Pembina
and State of North Dakota, at the hour
of two o'clock P. M. on Saturday, the
24th day of April, A. D. 1909, to satisfy
the amount due on said mortgage on the'
day of sale.
The premises described said mort
gage and which will be sold to satisfy,
the same are those certain premises situ-1
ated in the County of Pembina, State of'
North Dakota and described as follow:
The South West Quarter of Section
Tdn (S. W. 10), and the North West
Quarter of Section fifteen (N. W. 15),
in Township One Hundred Sixty One
(161), North of Range Fifty One (51),
W-st of the 5th P. M. and containing
Three Hundred and Twenty acres, more
or less, according to the Government
survey thereof.
Default having been made in the con
ditions of said mortgage, by reason of
the non-payment of taxes and interest
due thereon, by said mortgagor, the
mortgagee named in said mortgage here
by elects to declare the whole principal
,. ... .. '"'B sum named in said mortgage immediate
the state institutions, etc. \y
due and payable
There will be due on said mortgage on
the day of sale the sum of Fifteen Hun
dred and Twenty Four Dollars (1524.00),
this sum including the 1907 and 1908
taxes and interest paid on prior mort
gage in accordance with the terms of
said mortgage.
Dated at Pembina. N.D., March 13,1909.
H. B. SPILLER,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Pembina, N D.
Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,That that
certain mortgage, executed and delivered
by m. McMurchie, mortgagor, to Neil
McMurchie, mortgagee, dated tlie ,3rd day
of January. 1903, and filed for record in
the office of the Register of Deeds of the
County of Pembina and State of North Da
kota. oil tlie ,'ltli day of May. l'.KB.at 11:15
0 clock A.M. ,and recorded in Book 81 of
Mortjrajjes on pajre 321. and thereafter dulv
transferred by said Xeil McMurchie by an
assignment of iiuirtiraare to David Brown,
dated January Mtli, l'.WO.and filed for record
in the said office of the Register of Deeds
for said Pembina County on the 28th day
01 January, at 10:50 A. M„ and recorded
in book 10*i of morsrajres on paue 55. will be
foreclosed by a sale of the premises men
tioned in sv.ch liiortgraRe and herein
after described, sit the front door of the
Court House in the City of Pembina.in tbe
County of Pembina and State of North Da
kota. at the hour of ten o'clock A.M., on
the 20th day of April. 1909, to i' -»fy the
amount due upon said morlr on the
day of sale.
Uiat tlie said iiiorttfasror ofault in
accordance with the term
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EARLE F. ANDRUS,
Mortgagee.
s.u4
niort-
irajie by reason of his i" to pay the
balance due on one nolo ^.juj.uo, dated
September 15th, 1902. due J. iwary 1st. 1903,
with interest at 8 per cert ].,.•!• annum until
paid, all secured by saio mortsrajre.
The premises described in such mortgage
which will be sold to satisfy the same, and
the indebtedness secured thereby, are de
scribed as follows—
Lots Fourteen (14) and Fifteen (15) in
Block One (1) in the City of St. Thomas.
County of Pembina.State of Xortli Dakota,
all according- to the recorded plat thereof
on file and of record in the office of tlie
Register of Deeds in and for said Pembina
County.
There will be due on such mortgage at
the date of sale the sum of One Hundred
Sixty-six and 25-100 Dollars, ($16i.25) besides
the costs and expenses of these foreclosure
proceedings.
Dated this 3rd day of March. 1909.
DAVID BROWN.
"Assignee of said Mortgagee.
H. A. BRONSON.
Attorney for said Assignee,
Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Mortgage Foreclosure Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE\'. that that
certain mortgage executed and delivered
by Thomas Trenbeath and Sarah Tren
beatli, his wife, mortgagors, to Fargo Loan
Agency, mortgagee, dated on the 14th day
of November, A. D. 1908, and filed for record
in the office of the Register of Deeds of
Pembina County. North Dakota, on the 27th
day of November, A," D. 1903, and recorded
in Book 86 of Mortgages on page 100, and as
signed by said mortgagee to C. Mayer and
J. Addie Nash, will be foreclosed by sale of
the premises in such mortgage and herein
after described, at the front door of. the
Court House in the City of Pembina,Coun
ty of Pembina, State of North Dakota, at
the hour of 9:15 o'clock a. m„ on the
10th day of April, A. D. 1900, to satisfy the
amount due upon such mortgage upon the
day of sale.
The premises described in said mortgage
and which will be sold to satisfy the same
are deseribed as follows, to-wit:
The Southwest quarter of the Southwest
quarterof Section 26,the Southeast quaiter
of the Southeast quarter of Section 27, the
East half of the Northeast quarter of sec
tion 31, and the Northwest quarter of Sec
tion 35, all in Township 161 and Range 54.
Pembina county. North Dakota.
There will be due upon such mortgage at
the date of sale the sum of $4825.21.
C. MAYER 6c J. ADDIE NASH,
W.J.MAYER.
AB8lCneee
Attorney for Assignees.
I G. J. Gislason, M. D.
SPECIALIST EYE, EAR. NOSE
%-AND THROAT.
Grand Forks,
J18 Sou
Tha CaaalA ulwkwaH
of Mortgagee.
through tbe
Land of FoutH6
Nor thDakota
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TOM SHAW'S
Dog-gerel.
This purp is a pointer, t,iue blue,
Always pointing out POINTERS to you.
A Few Spring Requisites.
Formaldehyde
Garden Seeds
Kalsomine
Paint for Barns
Paint foa Everything
Brushes
Almond Cream for Chaps (and Ladies too)
Bock Spring Water (pure and german proof)
PIANOS—always on tap
These articles don't rhyme but they reason to beat the
band.
We hare them all and we have them all RIGHT.
Fruit Groceries
We Handle Only the Best.
CIGARS,
PIPES and
TOBACCO
A. D. CAVILEkR'Sil
NEW CORNER STORE.
CALUME
Baking Powde
Received
Highest Award
World's Pure Food Exposition
Chicago, November, 1907
What does this mean?
It means that Calumet has set a new Standard in
Baking Powder—the standard of the World.
Because this award was given to Calumet after
thorough tests and experiments, over all other hair »»P
powders.
It means that Calumet is the best baking powder
in every particular in the world.
And this means that Calumet produces the
best, most delicious, lightest, and purest
baking of all baking powders.
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
EXPOSITION
SEATTLE, WASH: June 1 to October 16, 1909
A splendid opportunity to combine education with
pleasure. Make the trip one of maximum en
joyment by taking the luxurious through trains
of the
Northern Pacific Railway!
Visiting YELLOWSTONE PARK, en route, via
GARDINER GATEWAY, the official entrance.
Ful1
Annual Rose Festival, Portland, June 7th to 12th. I
National Irrigation Congress, Spokane, August 9th to 14th.
Renier National Park and Paradise Valley, by auto or rail,
from Tacoma, June 1st to October 1st.
Yellowstone National Park, Season June 5th to September
25th, provide additional attractions
me ocemc nipvll advice about summer tourist fares upoii application.
particulars, illvstrated Exposition folder, with
WARNER, AGENT,
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ysfih*
Flower Seeds
Wall Paper
Paint for Houses
Paint for Carriages
Varnishes
Glass and Putty
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PEMBIU, N
HIDES, FURS.WOOL.
11. BERGMAN & CO.. iT. •'-•AUL.M
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