ATTOMOSY A* IAW J&
1' Loans, Collections and Insurance
CHAS. B. HAS8I8. M. D.
Phyrtcl*A and 8ursreun. Found at
ui hours, when not pro fetal jnally
^engaged, it his office, on Stutsman
street it day -time and at his ,«rt-.
'dence on Cavlleer street at nlghf|
PBHBINA, N. TJ
H. M.WALDREN, M.D.. C.M.
Physician and Sursreon.
D«AYTON, N. D.
"Thoroughly equipped for the care of
medical and sunrlcal cases.
D*. j. F. MCQUEEN,
Successor to r. Falloon
OfBce over the VWtchants Banlr
OTce hours—flKK* to 5:00.
Telephone No. 64.
PBJIMNA. N. D.
WORDEN POST No. 12 ©. A. R.
Regular meetings every second
and fourth Monday of each month.
rj. G. SONDKRTT\ft, .,.
PKMBTNA X.ODGK. 2. A. P. A A. M.
•Regular meeting* of first an«1 tv'rd
Friday of everv month. VI»ltine
Brethren in (rood standing are invit
AH HAWVKV. W Welford
PEMBINA LODGE 110. A. O. IT. W.
•Meets every first and third Tues
day of the nionth.
iFCMyrfrff-Jr ....: NGpatteraon
Recorder. M. W.
PEMBTNA CAMP 3277, M. W. A.
Meets1 every second and fourth
Wondnv. Visiting neighbors cordial
A Harvey MilW
BROTHERBOOn OK AMERICAN
Mcctn pvprv gprnnd and fourth
Friday of encii month.
F. A. FKT.TTTAN E BOOKKW
DEGREE OF HONOR,
Meets every second and fourth
Mrs W. Kneeshaw Mrs Harris
C.*of H. Recorder.
PEMBTNA CHAPTER No. 41, OR-'
DER EASTERN STAR. I
Meets .in Masonic Hall first and
third Wednesdays of each nionth.
Visiting members cordially invited.
iMrs Lulu Thompson S«»c
Mrs My rick Sr W M,
PEMBINA FTRE DEPARTMENT.
Meets every first and third Tues
day of t.he nionth.
H. H. MTTXER, J. R. MOORHKAT.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Sunday Services—Epworth League
'0:45 p. m. Sunday School 11 m.
Preaching 7:30 n. m.. every Sunday.
Prayet Meeting each Thursdav
evening at 8:00 o'clock. Junior League
Saturday. 10 a. m.
REV. W H. PASCOE. Pastor.
WINNIPEG SCHOOL OE MUSIC."
Sandison Block. Faculty:
PIANO—J S. Ambler. Director:
•C. A. Macklin. S. K. Hall,
(Mrs Freeman, Mrs. J. Aister Nichols..
Miss H. C. Fumerton.
I VOCAL—Rye Thomas, F. Warrington.)
(Director of Winnipeg Oratorio Society)i
VIOLIN—Mr. Macdonald, F.C.V.
II I 11 1 1 MM ii ii
Loan aatf Saviigs Association.
Loans money on good Pembina County
real estate. Every
real estate. Every borrower is a share
a holder and participate in the profits the
or. Every dollar, paid
payB parxoiinedebt and is also palced
same as the
in pays part of the debt and is also
at interest.for the benefit of the share
holders. From experience it is found that
from 106 to 11 monthly payments pays the
h. rincipal and interest on any sum borrow
ed. Monthly payments are 50 cents per
share and $l_perliundred of sum borrowed.
No bonus. This form of borrowin money
Is especial 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
for mof rent" buys the home.
ri'ilf, i'|- fr''jt' ^iOi^itfyJiDiiiij'^t u.^'viu?rj\i..t| ""f
J, TIOHROI. II fc
WMMWI tiSSiMiSaff 1.
Mr. Sylvester Gerardin, local repre
preventative, Pembina, K,D.
fPiano pupils received at his residence)
HiWMfflBB'l^'M DIPLOMAT* W
A Distinction With a Difference
"V7"OU may not always get what you pay for,
J[ It takes a good judge of values to do that,
but if there is one sure rule in business it
is—you pay for all you get. You may not be!
able to see the difference between engines of
similar appearance at different prices, but if
Pfyou buy from a reputable firm you may be sure
the difference in quality is there.
IH Oil and Gasoline Engines
cost more than some others because they are
more carefully made, and more thoroughly
tested. Skillful designing, better material,
better workmanship, more careful assembling,
and more thorough testing, tell in the long
run. Given equal care an I engine costs
less per year of service than any other engine
you can buy. If an I engine is given all
the work it vail do, pumping, sawing wood,
running the grindstone, feed grinder, hay press,
silage cutter, repair shop machines, cream
separator, churn, washing machine, etc., etc.,
it will pay for itself in a very short time in
money and labor saved.
I in a re ad in
horizontal, vertical, air and water-cooled,
stationary, portable and mounted on skids, to
operate on gas, gasoline, kerosene, naphtha, dis
tillate or alcohol, in sizes from 1 to 50 H. P.
Kerosene-gasoline tractors, 12, 15, 20, 25 and
The IHC local dealer will give you "cata
logues and full information, or write
International Harvester Company of America
Grand Forks N. D.
IH Service Bnraaa
The purpose of this Bureau is to furnish, free
°f charge to all. the best information obtainable
on better farming. If you have any worthy ques
lL°.?i„c?n.%r,n,ne *Hs. crops, land drainage, irri
etc.. make your nqu 1 ries specific
by John Mitchell, mortgagor, to King &
?i^^r\?lorufi:a.lrees,vUearini date the 15th
!i *iii «say irar?1!' A. D. 1911. duly filed
in the office of Register of Deeds, within
xv^M0r i5 9olJntJ'
Pembina. State of
Aorth Dakota, by reason of the failure of
said mortgagor to pay the debt secured
thereby, and whereas there is now due
ana unpaid on said indebtedness to the
undersigned the sum of Five Hundred
Nine Dollars Five Cents
Now, therefore, the property described in
said mortgage, to-wit. One Minneapolis
5f? P°Wer traction engine complete,
One Minneapqlis 40-61 Separator complete.
One Ruth Feeder. One Foston Blower, one
Gandy drive belt and all other belts on
said machine, also fixtures attached or
belonging to said machinery, one Barnes
tank pump and hose complete, two 14-bar
rel water tanks, one wide tire Mitchell
wagon, complete, one Lake City wagon
wide tire, complete, one truck wagon or
so much thereof as may be necessary, will
be sold pursuant to power of sale in said
mortgage dontained, at public
sale, ,«* to the highest bidder for
!,,th day of August,
A.D. 1912. at 2 clock in the afternoon of
said day, at the front door of the post office
in the city of Pembina, and state of North
Dakota, to satisfy the debt secured by said
niortffage, and the cost and expenses of
these foreclosure proceedings.
day of July,
•^ING & OOKRR, Mortgagees.
YERS, RAY, GARVEY & S PIXXER,
Attorneys for Mortgagees, Cav
alier, North Dakota.
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE,
Notice is hereby given that certain
mortgage executed and delivered by Fos
ter W. Stevens and Laura B. Stevens his
wife mortgagors, to P. T. Stevens mortga
gee, dateq the 25th day ofjanuary, 1907,
and filed for record in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds of the County of Pembina
and State of North Dakota, oh the 4th day
March, 1907, and recorded in Book 90 of
on Page 135, will be foreclosed
by sale of the premises in such mortgage
and hereinafter described at the front aoor
of the court house at the county seat in
the Connty of Pembina and state of North
Dakota, at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m., on
the 17th day of August, 1912, to satisfy, the
amount due on such mortgage at the date
The premises described in such mort
gage and which will be' sold to satisfy the
same are described as follows: The North
East quarter of section thirty-two (92),
TownBhlp one hundred and sixty-three
Jl®9! north of Range fifty-one (5D fa Pem
biha County. North Dakota,: 1
There wUl be due oh such mortgage at
the aate of sale the sum of seventeen hun
dred a thirty-eight dollarsJ$1738.b0).
^mted Julylst,M12. P.T. STEVENS.
E. W. CONMy, v., Mortgagee.
Attorney for Mortgagee,
PembinB, N. D.
''j.1, In District Court 7th. Judicial! District,
State of North Dakota
County of Pembina.
Xhe State of North Dakota .to the above
py or you
ithin thirt day. after theee
YoU are hereby sumtUoned tomanswer Mecraat
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that that certain
mortgage executed and delivered by
Frank C. Myrick, Jr., mortgagor, to Ellen "j
Barker, administratrix of the estate of
Charles M. Barker, deceased, mortgagee,
dated the 23rd day of October, A. D. i911,
and filed for record in the office of the reg
ister of deeds of the County of Pembina,
state of North Dakota, on the 23rd day of
October, A. D„ 1911. at 2:50 o'clock p. m.
and recorded in Book 97 of mortgages at
page 538 and thereafter assigned by said
Ellen J.Barker as Administratrix of the
estate of said Charles M. Barker, deceased
to Ellen J. Barker, by an instrument in
writing, dated the 9tli dav of March, 1912,
and filed for record in the office of the reg
ister of deeds in and for the county of
Pembina. State of North Dakota, on the 29
day of July, A. D. 1912. at 3 o'clock p. m..
and recorded in book "114" of mortgages at
page 80, will be foreclosed by a sale of the
premises in such mortgage and hereinaf
ter described at the front door of the court
house in the city of Cavalier, countv of
Pembina, s&ate of North Dakota, at "the
hour of 2 o'elock p. m., on the 14th day of
September, A. D. 1912, to satisfy the
amount due upon such mortgage on the
day of sale.
The premises described in such mort
gage and which will be sold to satisfy the
same are those certain premises situated
in the county of Pembina and State of
North Dakota, and described as follows,
Lot eleven (11), «nd the Northeasterly
twenty-four (24). feet of lot ten (10), all in
block fourteen (14) in the city of Pembina,
county of Pembina, state of North Dakota,
according to the recorded plat thereof,
now on file and of record in the office of
the register of deeds within and for the
county of Pembina, state of North Dakota.
There will be due on such mortgage at
the date of sale the sum of Three Hun
dred and Seventy-one dollars, ($371.00).
Dated July 29th. 1912.
E LLEN J. BARKER, Assignee of Nortgagee.
MYERS, GRAY,.GARVEY & SPIIXBR,
Attorneys for Assignee of Mortgagee,
Cavalier, North Dakota.
O I BE O E
SAVL $IOO TO
$200 ON LVLRY
CCut oat tte middle** with hU profits.
Buy your building mat ad from us. WE
CAW NMIOSH EVE
•I UMBER- BMMT for any building,
•AD1 ««rou«h «ad dre*^l LUMBS*. Dimen
iriaa. Timber*, Siding, Flooring, Ceiling, In
•ideand Outside FuOiliing. Frame*. Doon,
tan wwrt you mooey We are iaraa maou.
facturart. Will, quote you prices laid down
at roar railroad euttion Write vs today.
Ntpriaad to aw what wa can
YA A O MI S A
•Ana what I® your cttinlon of luiMti
is andoiibtodly ttelMdir iafolT)
»tlon,N hm mruMOr npUed. "Totu
jtoeminc dtl«B, the srMt swMp of thi
jweatern prairies, the grandeur of hei
mouutalna, and th« proaperltjr of hei
icitlzena, Immeasarably aatonlsh m«
|We should be enylous of h«r advance^
jment did w« not know ber as oui
"And the women of America?"
He smiled, with half-closed eyeii
."Ravlshtngl Such wit!" Hla eye|
[glowed. "Such good breeding! So
'superbly gowned 1 They have no equal
.With hasty thanks, the reporters
clambered down to their tug and raced
oft to catch the extra editions, leaving
the famous guest to prepare for hla
first glimpse of our glorious country.—*
Patient (a sportsman who has beeq
badly peppered)—But, hang It all, doot
tor, since the accident I've gained
Doctor—Ah, but you forget tht
amount of shot you received In youi
THE ONLY KIND.
Man (to boy
who Is fishing)—Get
Ung any bitesT
He stooped to pluck
A four-leaf clover
A ram—what luckt—
Then bowled him over.
"Now listen to me."
"All right, doc."
"You are threatened wit anervou^
"I know It."
"You must quit worrying."
"I can't do it, doc, until after all th^
players are signed. It wouldn't be loy«
alto the home team."
No Idolatry There.
'1 hope you are not bringing
your children to worship money, Hawt
kins?" said Dubbleigh.
"No, indeed," sighed Hawking
!"Why, Dubb, my children despise mon
ey so much that the minute a dollai
comes their way they get rid of It ai
fast as they can."—Harper's Weekly
"I never heard such an illogical, unl
reasonable speech in my life."
"Bad, it was rot—and a poor lln^
of rot at that. Would you believe
he actually set forth the theory
some of our rich men earn
Parson—I can't lie on either side.
__ _— his taste was oft
Doctor—Of course not, parson, onlj
a lawyer can tfo that
1 Prudent. ,/
a man la our town
the bast of what befall fs
Che season wby he wonldnt tsO.
A Wise Retirement.
I "8* yos young Jackanapea, Toq
to marry ay daughter. Ton wan
Mkinaaboot It, do mf
"I dldt alr. bat guess co &ftv
•M thwtfs «i ktek
am coins to MM you whai^
how* at sir.1**
A Happy Crowd.
The Minnesota Automobile Associa
tion members who took in the "Endur
ance Kun" from the Twin Cities to
Winnipeg spent Monday noon in Pem
bina the guests of the Cotnmercial Club,
assisted by the ladies aids of the differ*
ent churches. To say that they were
pleased with the reception they received
is putting it mildly, for everyone shook
hands with the entertainers when they
left and as the cars sped away rousing
cheers for Pembina and its citizens were
heard as far as their voices could reach.
Arrangements had been made for
Morris to report the first arrival of the
party, which would give the committee
an hour to get things in readiness, and
details looked after, before they would
arrive in Pembina, and a quarter after
eleven the first cars passed that place.
A delegation from here went to Emerson
in Dr. Harris' big Mitchell and escorted
them to Pembina. As they crossed the
boundary line at West Lynne all the
horns belched out their ungainly sounds
and cheers went up for the stars and
When they arrived at Pembina they
were checked in by Dr. Dutton, the offi
cial timekeeper, and every one had to
equip his car with oil and garoline be
fore he was allowed to leave it.
At the tables were seated with the
visitors a good number of our citizens,
and President LaMoure Jr., of the Com
mercial club gave the address of wel
come, which was responded to by the
spokesman of the party, and wound up
with three cheers for Pembina.
The hall was beautifully decorated
with wild flowers and vines and every
thing presented an appetizing and pleas
Looking over the cars as they were
lined up along the sidewalk, while the
occupants were enjoying themselves in
side one could not but think of the
hardships these articles of conveyanc
ing had been put to the last week.
There was the 85000 Marmon, the 8900
Hupp, and ohter high priced cars, side
by side, covered with mud and dust so
it was hard to tell what make they were.
Having covered a distance of some six
hundred miles in four days over roads
which no other vehicle could have pass
ed in a month's time, with tires so worn
with rutes and stones that they were
about all in, on some of the cars.
On arriving at Grand Forks that night
in sending in their reports to the press
they gave account of the Meridian road
from Pembina to Grand Forks as the
best road travelled since they left the
Twin Cities, which is a good recommen
dation considering that the work done
on this stretch is only begun. With an
other yeaf or two we will have the best
roads in the Red River Valley of any
country on the continent where the roads
are not Macadamized,
The R. H. Simons family were visiting
St. Thomas friends on Sunday.
Miss Bessie Clark, whose home is in
Saskatoon, Sask., has been the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. J. Clark, for several
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McFarland spent
Sunday with the Gibneys near Bathgate.
Mr. S, Schroedar and family, of
Munich, Cavalier County, have been
visiting with the Kaercbers this week.
Mrs. Jam'js Kearus and two little sons
were up from Crystal last week visiting
her parents, Mr. and John McGurran.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kirkley and their
three children autoed down from their
home near Stoughton, Sask., and have
spent the past two weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vaughn,
and with other old friends in the neigh
W. Hodgson and family, S. W. Hodg
son and family and H. F, Graves and
family, autoed to Beaulieu on Sunday
last and spent the day as guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hardy.
Mr. John Peterson met with a serious
and painful accident a short time ago
while shingling the roof of the hay fork
on J. S. Cranley'b barn, he lost his bal
ance and fell a distance of nearly thirty
feet to the ground alighting on his feet
and breaking both bones in one leg just
above the ankle, and also breaking one
bone in the other leg and dislocating the
ankle. Drs. Walker and Galbraith
were hastily summoned and the bones
were set and the young man is doing as
well as can be expected, but it will be a
long time before he is able to work
r. tWJW &$$*$&
%-i r-t 4
if r» S&fe*
Mrs. A. D. Storms has been on the
siek list the past few days.
See that new line of uteris work shoes
and harvesters gloves at Andras' stove.
Mrs. Peter Boa must be from Missou
ri, but even so her curiosity can be
Mr. and Mrs, Peter 'Boa' returned
Monday night from a visit to ,§t F!ajll,
Mrs. Ha^vy Kamp took fiiatand sae
Geo. Kemp captured twelve
the Hamilton-fair. Geo. isaprogtesstvet
fellow nd bellies
Misses Leona Henemnn and Marlpa
McDuugal spent the past wrek at the
home of the latter's sister, Mrs Harry
Harlan Afewll of Tuscola,I '. arrived in
Joliette Friday ngho for au extended
visit at the mo of his sister, Mrs. C.
Herbert Ho.vell has been pretty scarce
among bis un town pals lately. He says
it won't do to teach that son of his that
arrived Monday morning any^-"bad
F. E. Palmar of Turtle Lake, has been
engaged to teach the Joliette school for
the coming year. Mr. Palmer with his
family will move to Jolieite. He is
coming well recommended and will
teach a good school.
Mrs--. D. McDonald was enjoying a
weeks visit from her brother A. Mackin'C
and wife from Winnipeg. They took in l-%
the Hamilton fair, also visited old"''/
friends in Bowesinont. Tbey left on "i
Saturday for their home.
Margaret, the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Won. Johnston, died Tuesday
morning. Little .Margaret was taken ill
with whooping cough about ten weeks
ago, this was followed by oth»r compli*
cations which the best of medical aid
and care could not prevail against. The
sympathy of the entire community is ex
tended to the bereaved faniilv.
A Costly Quarrel.
*T understand that your wife and
Mrs. Exe are nftt on speaking terms."
"It's so, confound it! And it la
going to cost me money."
"Indeed! In what way?"
"Oh, my wife now proposes to give
a big dinner party so that she can
snub Mrs. Exe by not inviting her."
No Demand for the Understudy.
"I'm afraid," whispered the sou
brette, "I'll not be able to appear to
night You better get my understudy
to prepare to go on in my place. Tou
see how hoarse I am."
"Understudy nothin'," replied the
manager. "You ain't goln' to have to
wrap red flannel around your legs, are
Cook—Yes, I'm going to the ball. 1
understand the beautiful Miss Sweet
Is to be there.
Hook—Well, you don't expect her to
speak to you, do you?
Cook—Why not? Is she so very
The Ventriloquist Seond.
Recently a well taiown ventrflognls)
who was taking a Journey, Just
When the cry "All tickets ready!*
was heard a few statlona farther oa
the ventriloQuist dropped the dog, tots
a hamper, which was labeled In
aged to get Into the train an tt wa%
leaving the station, and had tints
to takex out a dog ticket tor Us ten.'!
Wh«i the ticket Inspect*
the carriage door tite doc
The natt. ubal at
haapar, tamed tiT the
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