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Sunday School convention
7:30 Monday evening with a
vice.
evening.
Get into close touch with your financial affairs.
1! Keep tab on every cent coming in and going out.
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4 Start a checking account with us deposit what*
ever,money you now have, issue a check for every obli- 1'
gation. Your bankbook records all items. Every check
I is a receipt. Allow us to explain the checking system
to you more fully.
Subscription Rates and Terms.
The Pionbrk Express is sent only on
The rate of subscription is alike to all.
2.00 per year. Subscribers paying in ad
vance have the choice of several premium
papers in addition.
"Sample" or "marked copies" are sent
as complimentary only, and while we de
sire them to be considered as invitations
to subscribe, they will not be continued
except upon request.
The Pioneer Express is the best ad
vertising medium hi the county, having
a more general circulation than any
other paper. Card of rates sent on ap
plication.
Entered at the postoffice at Pembina as
second class mail matter.
MARKET REPORT.
Furnished by
Mc Dougall
agent Amenia
Elevator Co.
Merchants Bank of Pembina jj
Pembina, N. D.
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Friday
Saturday
Monday ...
Tuesda*
Wednesday...
Thursday. ...
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Court convenes Tuesday morning.
Commissioners meet on Tuesday.
The supply of rain water still keeps
up.
Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Asgeir Blon
dal, June 1st, a son.
begins at
Song Ser-
The young folks about town enjoyed a
social dance at the City Hall on Friday
evening.
Graduating exercises of the seniors of
the high school occur at the City Hall
this evening.
Mr. and Mrs Davis, formerly of St.
Thomas, have been visiting with Judge
and Mrs. Vicli this week.
Rev. Fernie, has been a guest at the
manse this we«.k. He left last night for
Aberdeen, S. D. where he has a call.
Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Cockburn and son
of Drayton are expected on Monday as
one of them is drawn ou the jurj.
Mrs. Dr. Lemery and her two children
surprised the home folks here by arriv- or using seines for catching fish, in
ing from Inksler for a visit on Saturday ^e(i
Hear "The Friends and Enemies of the
Boys" at the Methodist church Monday
evening. Rev. Walter A. Snow is one of
the boys' friends.
What with court and the Sunday
Schojl convention, nest week the town
ladies are likely to hang out the sigu,
"This is my busy week."
Every father and mother should hear
Mrs. Snow's talk on "Religion in the
Home," at the convention on Tuesday
evening. See the program.
Kings birthday, June 3rd will be cele
brated at Emerson with a base ball tour
nament. Hallock, Humbolt, Pembina
and the home team are slated for the
diamond according to the Journal.
Next Tuesday night the A. O. U. W
will hold another "last meeting" of the
season. This one howevet .'s the last
and all members are requested to be
present to assist in closing up \business.
Chas. Aylen and G. W. fctairbairn
came up from Winnipeg to spenU Sun
dad with their folks in the city.. Char
ley has a job as chaffeur at 120 per week
during vacation which lasts four months.
Rev. H. H. Moore with his wife and
baby expect to leave on Wednesday for
,a visit with friends in Ohio. Mr. Moore
,will be back on the first of July. He
has arranged for supplies for his pulpit
during his absence.
A large audience attended the union
services of the Methodists and
f:-'H
terians at the former's church on th-
casion of memorial Sunday.
Prf ,by-
oc-
The veter­
ans were present and listened to a patri
otic sermon from Rev. Campbell.
Nettie Wilkins and her Australian.Bird
CiropB wttl appear here Friday, June 9th
in the grandest, most wonderful of all
bird acta. Chariot races, Double bar!
feats, Cockatoo races, the Great Fire
iiet lid 100 others performed by 50
£*efc»too», Giant Macaw Birds, Parrots,
j&arbkeets and Canaries. Admission
•and 15 cents.
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The Anglo American hotel and Whit
I man's store at Emerson were burglariz-
la.3t
he direct order of subscribers, and is Anglo while Mr. Whitman lost SOKD6
continued until ordered stopped and all shoes. There is no clue to the perpetra
arrearaires paid.
tors.
*eek» *10 *n cash was taken from
Programs are out for the Eighteenth
Annual C. E. Convention of the Christian
Endeavor Uuion of Pembina Presbytery,
which will be held at Cavalier, June
13th, 1Mb ...d 15th. All join,, people
cord,,U,r
Eugene Delisle of Delisle who has
left yesterday for the vicinity of Dauph-I
in where they are looking up some land
interests.
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Xeche, N. D., May 31.—While
over rough country roads at the rate of
twenty miles an hour late Monday, Cal
vin Ferch and Jacob Hoehn were
thrown from an automobile. Hoehn re
ceived serious injuries. He was hurled
through the air with terrific force, strik
ing a barbed wire fence.
Collector of Customs LaMoure made
a trip to Cannonball, on the Standing
Rock Indian reservation, in the south
western part of the state, this week, on
business in connection with inspecting
and measuring boats on the Missouri. A
large part of the way south of Mandan
was made by team.
Deputy Game Warden Dunlop, of St.
Thomas asks us io warn people from de
stroying birds eggs and killing birds pro
tected by law. Particularly is this no
tice directed to boys who are in the hab
it of roaming around with small rifles
shooting promiscuously at birds that en
joy the same protection as do the prai
rie chicken. The penalty is equally se
vere on destroying nests. Mr. Dunlop
afso warns people from setting gill nets
the
liv'er
or
ifcs tributaries,
An argument was made by counsel in
the Icelandic church issue at Grand
Forks last week for the re-opening of
the case on the ground that there was
a mistake in the assumption of Judge
Templeton that a certain numbered sec
tion of the constitution of the local
church had been repealed, though it so
appeared in the evidence. As this
clause of the constitution was the prin
cipal foundation for the decision given, a
rehearing might therefore cause a
change in the previous judgment.
Attorney Laxdal was in the city Mor.
day night on business connected with
the application for pardon of a man
named Flint who lived near Drayton
and was sent to the penitentiary for
twenty years for rape. This is the
least sentence allowed under the terms
of the law, bnt as there are extenuating
circumstances, those who are acquainted
with the particulars think that the sen
tence should be changed to five years
whieh would allow his liberation in Au
gust of this year.
Flocks of wild pigeons have recently
been seen in this vicinity, and old tim
ers say th»y are the genuine articli.
These birds were very numerous at one
time, but quite suddenly disappeared,
and the pigeon has been lost track of
for many years. Probably these here
now are only forerunners to get the lay
of the land and investigate prospects for
a big immigration. They should receive
every encouragement to multiply in this
land of promise, and "gunnstera" ought
not to waste ammunition in the destruc
tion of these birds.—Emerson Journal.
The Winnipeg Free Press says the list
of students successful in securing schol
arships at Harvard this spring' includes
Thosbergur Thorwaldson, of the Mani
toba college, who secured the highest
scholarship granted by Harvard, the
Hooper travelling fellowship of 91,150.
Mr. Thorvaldson is a candidate for the
degree of doctor of philosophy in physi
cial chemistry this spring, and intends
fo study during the coming year in Ger
many, doing researth work in photo
chemistry under Luther at Dresden.
been visiting here for a couple of weeks '^catchers'* that can be lined up
and his brother-in-law Wilfred Bourgois
The W. O. T. U. of Pembina oounty
will held its annual oonvention at Ham
ilton on June 22 and 23.* The pragma
is an interesting and up lifting one and
will appear in fall In a later issue of this
paper. Hamilton people who have num
ber on the program are Mrs O. H. John
son, Mre 8. Newlove, Miss Pearl Ball
and Rev. S. Newlove. The ^association
is officered as follows: President, Mrs
W. J. Kneesbaw, Pembina vice presid
ent, Miss Mary Garnett, St. Thomas
secretary, Mrs. McFadden, Tyner:
treasurer Mrs Hugh Gibson, Walhalla.—
Independent.
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At Argyle and other plnoes on the Min
nesota side of the valle/ grasshoppers
are hatching out in alarming numbers.
The state authorities have taken the
matter up and are making an inv««tiga
tion. Last week Feld Agent Sowers of
the division of entomology of the expert
mental station at St. Paul, and Mr. W».
Webster of Fergus Falls were at Atsyle j'
making an investigation. Mr. Sower re-
commended "hopper dozers" ami oon
serted action on the part of the formers
to exterminate them. This may work
to some extent, but the prolificacy of
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Mr. and Miss Wightman, brother and ram fall which at that time totalled 7.33
sister of Mrs. J. R. Campbell, have been inchies. Since then it. rained, mostly
visiting here this week. They came showers, on the 21st, 23rd, 24 th,
from Lancaster, Glengarry Co. One- -5th, 36th, 2&th and 30th, seven of the
Mr. Wightman left for Vancouver on last thirteen days of May, making a to
Tuesday while the sister will remain for
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a longer visit. inches. Considerable grain in depres
sions in the fields has been drowned out
The sessions of the Sunday school con- while some fields that were too wet to
ention
ill be held in the Methodist sovv early to wheat have still kept so wet
church. The preliminary arrangements that now they will have to be sown to
ha\ been made to entertain a large barley. The between shower days have
number of visitors, and Pembina hopes I been warm with the thermometer run
that all attendance records will be sur- ning to the eighties except that Satur
passed this year. ^ay ujght
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left for Los An
geles and after a short wedding journey
will be at home at Upland, Cal.
Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs.
S. F. Johnson, of Pasedena, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. H. Wallace, ol East Newport.
Others attending the wedding were
Mrs. J. D. Wallace. Max R. Wallace,
Rev. and Mrs. H. I. Rasmus, and Misses
Gaple Orris and Ella Wallace.—Long
Beach (Cal.) Press.
Good-bye Teachers.
All the local stalf of teachers will be
leaving tomorrow or next day for their
homes to enjoy their vacations. The
good wishes of all our citizens will go
with them. Prof. Fitch expects to go
on Sunday to Minneapolis, Miss Simp
son, Sunday morning to Fairmont,
Minn., Miss Lyon, Saturday, Hastings,
Minn. Miss McGovern, Saturday, Ro
chester, Minn. Miss Hegland, Grafton,
N. D. Miss Nicolai, Sunday, Monti video,
Minn. Miss Dutcher, Saturday, Hull
man, Minn. All the above teachers are
re-engaged except Prof. Fitch, who goes
to Cass Lake, Minn, and Miss Hegland
—but that is only a story told by the
little birds and not a newspaper item.
Miss Hegland has been connected
with our public schools for two years
and has given almost perfect satisfac
tion, while socially she has been very
popular. Many friends will give her
good wishes and hope that at least in
the future that she will sometimes re
new the pleasant acquaintances made
while here.
Prof. Fitch who has been with us for
three years has proven, not only popular
with his pupils but also in social circles
and his leaving is a source of sincere re
gret to the townspeople. Probably, we
have never had a man in town who is so
well informed generally, on almost every
conceivable subject as Prof. Fitch. He
speaks and writes several languages, he
has been considerable of a traveller, has
a large acquaintance in literature and
art, while on the other hand when the
manual training was introduced in the
schools, he went into the workshops and
taught the boys how to use their tools
like a trained mechanic, and he can tie
more kinds of knots in a rope than thia
writer who served seven years as a
salior. We can recommend him to the
Cass Lake people, not only as a most ex
cellent teacher but also as a distinct ad
dition to the social and literary circles
of that city.
Produce Market*
The fallowing are the prices paid for
country produce by the Pembina mer
chants. Corrected Thursday noon:
Butter, fancy dairy.... 20c
Butter, common to good..... 12^$ to 20o
Eggs, fresh,
Chickens, young, dressed...
Lard, home made,
Ham, homeennd,....
Bacon, home cured.... ,...
Potatoes, perbushel........
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ti»eydo sometime
seems to have taken
ot the weather bureau for the
season. Up to May 18th we gave the
rainfall sin:*? the 1st of April of S.22
was
driving
near the frost line.
I Vegetation generally is growing with
wonderful rapidity.
Johnson—Larter.
One of the prettiest weddings of the
season took place at the home of Mrs.
J. D. Wallace at 518 West Sixth Street
last night when Miss Phe Larter of
Long beach and A. H. Johnson of Up
land were united in marriage by Rev.
Henry Irving Rasmus.
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10c
16c
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Onions pert.frusbel.........9L00 toll. 50
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The ball team fiom
this
dty took a
run down to Drayton" last Friday and
succeeded in winning a very interesting
game, 7 to 3. On account of the heavy
rain which tell early in the morning, it
was difficult to play any fast ball.
The Drayton boys started with'a rush
and pushed three runs over the pan in
the first inning, but timely hitting Boon
overcame the lead and our boys forged
ahead.
Drayton..... 3 0 0 0 0 0—3
Pembina. ..0 2 0 3 1 1—7
Batteries—Gilroy & McDonald Grom
boia & Bouvette.
Jas. Parker and his team of ball toss
ers. encountered the locals on the home
grounds on Wednesday and administer
ed a trouncing to them by a score of 7
to 2. The Humbolt team put up a clas
sy exhibition of the national game and
we hope to meet them again sometime
in the near future.
0-7
0—2
4 0 0 1 0 2
Pembina 0 0 0 1 0 1
CH1F8 FROM THE DIAMOND.
Gilroy struck out fourteen of our men
in six innings.
No one should miss the game next
Tuesday when the Locals meet the fast
Cavalier nine.
Considering the condition of the Held
our boys put up a fine game at Drayton,
only two errors being made.
Jim Parker very clearly demonstrated
to us that he still knows the game, as
the score indicates, Jim manages the
Humbolt nine.
Memorial Day.
Tuesday, Memorial Day, it rained
about all day. Not hard but "just as ea
sy." Of course this prevented most of
the outdoor program from being carried
out.
However, after dinner, the veterans
headed by the band and escorted by the
boy scouts, school children and citizens,
marched to the Pembina bridge where
with a brief explanation of the meaning
of the "decoration of the waters" by the
commander, the floral gifts were cast in
to the current which will carry the per
fume of the flowers as symbolical of the
fragrant memories of the sailor dead,
through the long journey northward un
til it "joins the waters that form the
greatest and most beautiful cemetery of
the world.
Then the procession passed to the de
pot, where the veterans and a small dele
gation of the school girls, were taken to
the cemetery by team, where all graves
of veterans and sons of veteans, about
fifteen in number, were duly decorated
with flowers and with the flags of the
country which they so greatly loved,
while gentle tears dropped over all from
the funeral skies above.
In the evening the City Hall was well
tilled to listen to the program which was
as follows
Invocation Rev. Campbell.
"Glory Hallelujah"—Choir.
Ritual, G. A. Comrade Burdick
"Star Spangled Banner".. .Mrs. Feld
man.
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address.. ..Miss
Rhotia Harvey.
Song, '-Tenting to-night" Choir.
Oration Prof. E.T. Fitch.
'•America."
The uiusic by the mixed voices of the
choir was greatly appreciated, while the
solo by Mrs. Feldman, like her many
kindly favors on similar local occasions,
was a distinct addition to the program.1
Miss Harvey's rendition of the Gettys
burg address showed study of that beau
tiful prose poem and was given with
ear enunciation.
Prof. Fitch's oration was mostly a
brief epitome of the causes of the war
and a very eloquent description of tLe
scenes incident to the leave-takings
when the boys left home for the front.
His tribute to the memory of those who
died that the nation might live was
couched in words of beauty and appre
ciation. The speaker held the close at
tention of the whole audience including
the many little folks who were present,
to the very end. We hear many favor
able comments on the address from those
who were present.
There were four veterans on the stage
Comrade Sonderman. 1st Minnesota Vol
unteers, Comrade Burdick, 37th Wiscon
sin, Cotrrade My rick, scout in Sioux re
bellion Comrade Wardwell, U. S. Navy.
Prof. Fitch's father was a member of
the same company with Comrade Bur
dick.
Memorial day is every year becoming
more and more a day for the living rath
er than a day for the dead. Even the
few gray-haired veterans who live can
now only point backward to the fifty
yean that have passed they know they
cannot participate in the fifty years to
come, but they realize even the more
keenly from this that it is for the living
"to more highly resolve each Memorial
Day of the present and in the future,
that the government of the people, by
the people, and for the people shall not
perish from the earth."
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Early Ohio Potatoes.
2001 bushels at my farm 2 miles south
east of McArthur. Good oondition for
seed or table use. 11.00 per bushel
while they last.
A. SHORT,
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Pembina, N.D.
I have good seed barley for sale.
J. A. SHARP,
Joliette, £j. D,.
Dated April 26th A. D.
19U,
... EDWARD HOGAN,
ofMidffiSwSd!1
Deere Vehicles are All Rightl
NEW BUGGIES.
Buggies of quality. "y 'T1
Baggies that you will not be
years from now. 4 Xr C.
We have half a dozen of them racging in price
from $65.00 to $99.00
Each is a Lindsay or a Deere buggy and that
means quality. See them before buying.
A POINTER THN POINTS
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Pink^Pills are for people need paint
Get something that's good for your face.
ashamed of ten
KING & BOOKER. I
PILLS,
PAINTS,
POWDERS
And powder for people need pills,
And perfume for people that aint
In need of a blank thing for ill,
But even at that we have all—
We can fit the most horrible case,
If nothing is wrong with your gall
THE DRUG STORE
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Our Stcck is Complete
From Collar Buttons to diamonds. It comprises -the
worthifst £oods thatwe would buy with our money
or that you can buy with yours.
Automobile repairing is now going on at the Pembim
Ante Garriage Co's Garage. There is no better time to
Iwye your auto overhaoled. «A stitch in time saves nine."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of Oline Ho
san, deceased.
Notice ia hereby Riven by the under
siamed Edward Hogan administrator with
the wiU annexed of the estate of Oline
Hpsan late of the _townghip of Pembina
in the county of Pembina and state of
North.Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of
and all persons havlnir claims against,
said deceased to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers, within six mimtii.
after Uie first publication of this notice,
to said administrator at his residence in
the township of Pembina in said Pembina
county.
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Don't ba tempted to choose
cheap jewelry Far better to pay
a fair price and know exactly
what you are getting.
You'll never be sorry—for as a
matter of money it is really the
most economical.
That's been said so often that
everybody by this time should
know it—and yet there's no scar
city of cheap jewelry in the land
Now, to get personal—If you
would like to miss that sort al
together—come here.
If^you would like to buy where
High Qualities and nothing else
are dealt in—Come Here.
M. H. MILLERS.
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