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J. -it fc i: I 1 §s I- *v I,''" h.''•'•• M. Wil i-: W:, •. :?#r S&. i' m W.'.•• 1 r: A- ^V: JO LI ETTE Nolton Ashley spent Sunday and Mon day with hiH friend Forrest Storms. A number from here left on Wednes day to attend the fair in Grand Forks. Mrs. James McCauley and her two children are visiting at tho home of J. D. McCauloy. A now barn is being erected at Fred Shannon's. At present Mr. S. i.- conlin ed to his bed with typhoid fever. Mrs. J. Loekwood and daughter May arrived from Winnipeg on Tuesday for a short visit at the McDonald home. The picnic that was to be held near, the McCauley homo on Wednesday has boon postponed until Friday or later. Miss Nettie Storms who has been [.liv ing in Chicago for the past year or two returned home for a short visit this W:'ek. The usual services in theM, E. church on Sunday. Miss Nettie McCauley will have charge of the league service Sunday evening at seven o'clock. The celebrated ball team, who e.vpect od to play at Howesiuont at .a picnic in Stmson's grove, have postponed their trip on account of the mud. A daughter arrived at Homer You man's this week, just in time to help with ,the housework in haying and harvest. Ho mer's smile is even wider than usual. Mrs.Clark of lloblin Ont. accompanied by Miss Gretta Asselstme, of Wilton, Ont. have been the guests of her uncle M. D. Asselstine for the past week leav ing for Winnipeg on Satnrday on their way to the coast. Mr. and Mrs, J. H. Emeson entertain ed.the young people of the neighborhood on Friday evening injhonor of their cous ins, Mr. and Miss Webster. A very pleasant time was reported. Dainty re freshments were served at eleven. Mr, Webster and sister drove to their home in Roland, Manitoba. Frank and Ray Emerson accompanied them as far as Dominion City. Eleanor Short and Eli zabeth Booker were also guests at the Emerson home last .week. CARLISLE. N. O'Saunessey and daughters took in the Warroad excursion. There will be an ice cream social dauce in the Woodman hall at Carlisie on Fri day evening, July 30th. Mrs. Robt Baskin and daughter have gone to their home at Shakopee Minn followed by the good wishes of many old neighbors. Mr. Flynn who purchased the Baskin farm expects his wife here in a few days to remain until September when they will move to Minneapolis for the winter. Frank McCulloch has rented the farm and will move there this fall. Iron fence for cemetery lot, a buggy pole and three hundred bushels of bar ley. For sale by F. A. WARDWELL. The North Dakota Liquor Institute has been conducted in Grand Forks for over 12 years has re stored to prosperity and good citi zenship thousands of unfortunate men and women, has brought comfort and happiness to hun dreds of homes. The North Dakota Liquor Institute Cure restores ambition and manly strength, gives back to the pa tients a clear head and high ideals. 28 Days Treatment in a pleasant home, with all mod ern conveniences, plenty of good and healthy food, steam baths and massage, the best and purest medicine for the absolute cure of the Liquor Habit, price for every thing only $125.00. Remember— We guarantee to cure any case where the patient has a spark of vitality on which to build. We do not only eradicate the drug or liquor from the system, but we remove the appetite, and patients grow rapidly in flesh and vitality. An Excellent Investment. er ceat Profit In 18 "I have been drinking for years—not that I was a drunkard—but every I came to town I got in company and drank considerable from the black bottle. It seems as though I can see the bottle now as a ghost, I get so wife I would come home to my children, drunk and ugly, forge my business and everything ex-' pt the black bottle. In desperau I took a bold step, went to the rth Dakota Liquor Institute, Gran' Forks, paid 1125.00 for the liquor cure, and got cured. That is where I made 1000 per cent profit and obtained health and Your truly, CHAS. ANDERSON. We have hundreds of letters similar to the above and will be glad to furnish the addresses of the parties to anyone WINGER, Treasurer** Report. For school district No. 9, County of Pembina,State of North Dakota, for the years 1908 and 1309 RECEIPTS. Cash on hand at beginning of school year, July 1st, 1908 $113 25 Total amount received during the year front the apportionment of the state tuition fund 112 82 Amount received during the year from taxes leviod by tho district school board,includingoutstand ing warrants redeemed or endors ed in the collection of taxes .. .895 03 Amount redcived during the year from the apportionment of coun ty tuition fund 99 20 Total receipts for the year, includ ing cash on hand July 1st, 1908 720 30 EXPENDITURES: Amount paid during the year for school houses,sites and furnitureS12 00 Amount paid during the year for teacher's wages 450 00 Amount paid during the year for services and expenses of .school officers 47 00 Amount paid during the year for incidental expenses 103 90 Total expenditureses for the year 6012 90 Cash on hand June 30th, 1908 .... 107 40 Grand total expenditure and (rash on hand to balance above total receipts 8720 30 Dated Carlisle, July 13th, 1909. ARTHUR CRAIG, W ARGUE, Treasurer Clerk ROBERT CAMPBELL, Treasurer Bowesmont Creamery Solicits your shipment of cream. The highest market price paid for outter fat. Honest test and weight. BOWESMONT, N. D. A $100 Typewriter for 17 cets a Day! Please read the headlines over again. Then its tremendous significance will dawn upon you. An Oliver Typewriter—the standard visible writer—the 8100 machine—the most highly perfected typewriter on the market—yours for 17 cents a day\ The typewriter whose conquest of the commercial world is a matter of busi ness history—yours for 17 cts- a. day! The typewriter that is equipped with scores of snch conveniences as "The Balance Shift"—"The ruling device"— 'The Double Release '—"The Locomo tive Base"—"The Automatic Spacer"— The Automatic Tabulator"—'The Dis appearing Indicator"—"The Adjustable Paper Fingers"— "The Scientfic con densed Kej board" —all yours fori 7 cents a, day! We announced this new sales plan recently, just to feel the pulse of the people. Simply a small cash payment then 17 cents a day. That is the plan in in a nutshell. The result has been such a deluge of applications for machines that we are simply astounded. The demand comes from people of all rriu68' ®8es a,?d all occupations. The majority of inquiries have come from people of financial standing who were attracted by the novelty of the pro position. An impressive demonstration of the immense popularity of the Oliver typewriter. A startling confirmation of our belief at hand6 ^n'versa^ typewriting is A Quarter of a Million People are Making Money with OLIVET? Typetirrrtfci The Oliver Typewriter is a money, maker, right from the word "So." so easy to run that beginners soon9get in the expert class. Earn as you learn. Let the machine pay the 17 cents (a day—and all above that is yours. Wherever you are there is work to be done and money to be made by using the Oliver. The business world is calli: for Oliver operators. There are n. enough to supply the demand. Their salaries are considerably above those many classes of workers. "An Oliver In Every Home." That is our battle cry today. We have made the Oliver supreme in use fulness and absolutely indespensable in business. Now comes the conquest of The simplicity and strength of the Oli ver typewriter fit it for is becoming an important*factor*1 in the home training of the young people. An educator as well as a money maker. Will you close the on this ContrdryZ9 Is it inclined to run A away? Don't punish it with a cruel brush and comb! Feed it, nour ish it, save it with Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved formula. Then your hair will remain at home, on your head, where it belongs. An elegant dressing. Keeps the scalp healthy. Does not change the color of the hair. Formula with each bottle Show it to your doctor iters Ask him about it, then do as he Office over the Merchants 'Office hours—0:00 to 5:00. Telephone No. 04. MRS. H. G. VICK, Sec'y. Bays We certainly believe this, or we would not say so. Ayer's Hair Vigor, as now made from our new improved formula, is a great preparation for the hair and scalp. Stops falling hair. Cures dan druff. Promotes the growth of hair. ——Made by tho J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Man.— PROFESSIONAL CARDS II. B. SPILLER. ATTORNEY AT LAW, PKMHIN'A. N. 1). a Loans. Collections atid Insurance. GEO. PETERSON. A TORNEY ATJLAW J'KMBlXA.jN. D. Loans, Collections nc nsurance. CHAS. B. HARRIS. M. D. Physician and Suoreon. Found at all hours, when not professionally ensnared, at his office, on Stutsman street at day time and at his resi-, Mence on Cavileer street at niirht. PEMBINA, N. P.! DRS. ENC.STAI) & WILSON II 1 II •iMiYsicrANS and STROEOXS —-office,i *18 South Third Street, Grand Forks.N.D.! H. M. WALDREN, M.D.- C.M. 4 I Physician and Surgeon. DRAYTON. NORTH DAKOTA." DRAYTON HOSPITAL. DRAYTON, N. I. '.Thoroughly equipped for the care of medical and surgical cases. DR. J. F. MCQUEEN. DENTIST. successor to Dr. Fallooti Bank,i PEMHINA, N. D. WORDEN POST No. 12 G. A. R. Regular meetings every secotid and fourth Monday of each month. J. G. SONDERMAX, Adjutant. PEMBINA LODGE, 2. A. F. ic A. M. Regrular meetings of first and third Friday of every month. Visiting Brethren in jrood standing are invit-' ed. AH HARVEY. VICK Secretary. W PEMBINA LODGE 110. A. O. U. W. Meets every first and third .Tues- Xday 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. SHOKT. Clerk. V. C. BROTHERBOOD OF AMERICAN YEOMEN Meets every second and fourth Friday of each month. F. A. FELDMAN W. C. SHUKAKER Correspondent Foreman. DEGREE OF HONOR. Meets every second and fourth! Wednesday. PMRS. KNEESHAW MRS. AYLEN C. of H. Recorder.' PEMBTNA CHAPTER No. 41, DER EASTERN STAR. OR-i PEMBINA FIRE DEPARTMENT, Meets every first and third Tuei day of the month. »J. B. EWING J. H. MCCARGAR 1 Chief. GRACE CHURCH, PEMBINA. I Sunday services Sunday school 101 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sunday Services—E 6:fi i._ m._ ^Sunday REV. HOXER H. MOORE WINNIPEG SCHOOL OE MUSIC. "andteon Block. Faculty: PIANO—J 8JAmbler. Director IC- A. Maciklla. 8. K. Hall. Sylvester Gerardin, iiiiniiuimmm &w3ebM4tt 1 NEW IN PEMBINA Pine, Oak, Poplar, Dimension, Surfaced, Planed and Matched Lumber inQall varieties to make a well-stock yard. Shingles, Lath, Flooring, Siding, 2 and 3 in. Plank, Bridge Lumber and Heavy Di mension for Barns a Specialty Before you build that Granary or Barn, I would like to show you my materials and quote you prices. Lumber is cheaper now than it will be another year. The TRUST is tightening its grip. I AM NOT IN THE TRUST. Agency for the Celebrated Corrugated Steel Cul- v:- •'".V which when Capabiiity and Durability are taken into consideration are far cheaper than wood or tiling. The same company have designed and sell THE BEST GRANARY. It is of the same construction as the Culverts, galvanized-non-rust steel, circular with steel top and bottom and holds 700 to 1,000 bushels. RAIN, RAT, FIRE and almost BURGLAR PROOF. Can be hauled anywhere and they cost but little more than a wooden building of the the same size. Wood Fiber Plaster Kelly Island Lime Portland Cement Best Roofing Felt the World. Come in and talk it over with me, at the office of the ••Ufa Mini St. W HI My -ss MM-MHRNIS C. MYRKK Sr. tvss -n :y-'