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Wheat, Fancy Dark Northern, $1.29. Dark Northern, $1.28, One Northern, 1.23, Amber Durham, 0.98, Flax, $1.68 Oats 20, Barley .35 Rye $0.79. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1921. Dr. B. M. Boyd, Dentist, Emerson Manitoba. Phone 11. A reception to the school teachers was given in the City Hall last eve ning. Coming! October 6-7-8, The Rex all One Cent Sale.—Ray C. Stinson, Druggist, Pembina. Success comes in "Cans." I can, you can attend Mankato Commer cial College, Mankato, Minn. Send for free catalog. H. H. Miller O. D. will be in Pem bina to examine and fit eyes at M. H. Miller's Jewelry Store, on Mon day and Tuesday, Sept. 26-27. The Warroad Pioneer said last week that the two feet of snow that fell in Saskatchewan recently has brought thousands of ducks to the Lake of the -Woods from the north and hunting this fall prmises to be the best ever had around there for many years. Ralph Heneman left yesterday for Ann Arbor, Michigan to resume his studies at the University. Max Purdy leaves tomorrow for the same place and he expects to join Mr. Heneman in the Twin Cities and the two will continue their jour ney to their destination together. The Cavalier Chronicle is pub lishing the names of those who signed the recall petitions in this county. If the Chronicle would wait until after October 28th, they will have a much larger list to print for we personally know of many who were not given the opportunity to sign the petitions who will vote for the recall. Never prime your auto, tractor or motor to start it, unless absolute ly necessary, as priming has a ten dency to wash the oil film off the cylinder walls. Running your mo tor after you hear it knock or pound is sure to bring trouble. Stop as soon as you detect it and ascertain the cause and correct it before go ing on. Your motor, like yourself, (appreciates good treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson of Par go spent Monday night in Pembina on their return home from a visit with the Fairbairn's at a summer cottage at Keewatin, Ont. They reported Mrs. Fairbairn as being about the same, only considerable stronger. Mrs. Aylen had an acci dent and fractured two ribs while there, but she is getting along very nicely. They broke camp last week and all are back to Winnipeg. The St. Vincent Fair is set for September 29th and 30th. For dis play of the products of the farm the fair of the people of St. Vincent and vicinity beats them all. It is held at the time of the year when vegetables and grains are ripe and there is something to display. The last day, the 30tn, is always the best and it will be to your interest to attend. Take a day off and see some fine display. The Pioneer Express has on dis play a few ears of dent corn picked from afield of twenty acres, owned by Collector of Customs Morrison, north of Bathgate, that would do credit to an Illinois or Iowa farm. The ears are eleven inches long and as perfect and sound as it is possi ble to grow any corn. For the cur iosity of it we counted the rows and the number of kernels on one ear and we found 695 kernels, large and plump. This has been a good corn year in the Red River Valley and we question if one could find any better yield anywhere where 'corn is king.' YOU CAN SAVE A checking account will not only help you to spend your money eco nomically, but it iwill also aid you to save-your money systematically. When you have a record of eve ry cent you pay out (which you will have if you pay by check) you will be more careful of your expenditures. A checking account gives you a complete record of every cent you spend. You get a receipt for each bill paid. You have safety for your funds and convenience for your bus iness transactions. PAY BY CHECK. MERCHANTS BANK OF PEMBINA PeKBINft, NORTH DftKOTft. Capital and Surplus $40,000 Don't forget the Rexall One Cent Sale, October 6-7-8, at Stinson's Drug Store. Welfred Martineau and family leave this morning for Grand Forks where they have rented a house and will reside for the winter. Miss Ruth Wilkins leaves tomor row for Grand Forks where she en ters the University. She returned last week from an extended visit to friends in Duluth. The Pembina band went to Cava lier last Sunday and furnished mu sic at the funeral over the remains of Lavern Thomson and Jacob Ouhl whose remains were brought back from France for burial. Mrs. G. G. Thompson accompanied her daughter, Miss Verneita, to the Twin Cities last Sunday where she expects to spend a couple of weeks visiting friends and relatives, while Verneita will attend the University of Minnesota. F. E. Blore of Pittsburg, Penn., spent several days in the city visit ing his old time friends, the Hene man's. Mr. Blore is connected with the Pittsburg and Erie railway, in the accounting department. He was formerly connected with the Great Northern and stationed at Lester Prairie, Minn. The sun emerged from behind the clouds Saturday after being obscur ed for ten days or more, with rain falling practically every hour of the day during that time. It was a welcome sight to all, for plowing was at a standstill all that time and what threshing was left had to await dry weather. Several tour ists in automobiles were camped in the park and the Icelandic hall in South Pembina afforded pleasant shelter to many of them. It would be a fine thing if the city owned that structure to accomodate the traveling public. Some local would-be promoters of the wrestling game have attacked Cal Farley of Humboldt for retiring from public wrestling, and charges that Mr. Farley is afraid to meet one Henry Kolln. It reminds us of the days when John L. Sullivan had licked the world in the prizefight ring, and Kilrain's scalp had been (added to his bunch of victories, and he announced that he was ready to quit, challenges came from different places by irresponsible parties. As for Cal Farley's record on the mat he has a record that can never be questioned. The fact that he has retired after twelve years of con tinuous success, we do not think 4 little hamlet like Karlstad, located among the boulders of eastern Kitt son county, can get up any agita tion that the public will take notice of. The wrestling game belongs to the young and Mr. Farley has had his turn at it with but little remu neration for time and energy spent at it. Let Mr. Farley quit for he has attained the age he is entitled to quit. Grace Church, Pembina—Matins next Sunday at 11 a. m., and Even song at 7:30 p. m. Subject for the morning sermon, "The Endurance of Pain," and for Even-song, "The Discipline of Pain." Usual service on Thursday evenings at 8 p. m. Confirmation class at Mr. Saunder son's rooms on Thursday evenings at 7:00 p. m. On Thursday evening Sept. 29, being St. Michael and All Angels Day, Even-song will be held at 8:00 p. m.—JdeB. Saunderson, Minister in charge. Foster's Auction Sales. I will conduct the following auc tion sales of everything about the farm, horses, stock and farm ma chinery, etc., at the following pla ces: For Jack Johnston, two miles east and one and a half miles north of Hamilton, on Saturday, Sept. 24th. For Wal. Warmnest, two miles north and six miles east of Glass ton, on Wednesday, September 28. I. J. FOSTER, 14-15 Auctioneer. LAST CHANCE TOMORROW. Pembina people who have notvia ited the Kem Temple Harvest Cir cus at Grand Forks this week should do so Friday or Saturday, for those will, be their two last op portunities. Local people who have returned from the circus say it is one of the finest entertainments they ever have seen. They speak very highly of the acrobatic acts, the horse acts, the trained-animals and the clown acts. The big Studebaker Special Six touring car, with its beautiful Cali fornia top, is to be given away at the .closing performance Saturday night, and local people of course are greatly interested in it. The car may be won by a local person. Much interest is being displayed in this contest. Local people have nothing but praise for the Nobles of Kem Tem ple. They have a nation-wide re putation for doing big things as they should be done, and the Har vest Circus has proved the biggest thing they ever have tackled. That it has been an immense success is proof of the ability of Kem Temple to keep in the front ranks at all times. Much praise has been heard hereabouts for the splendid work of the Kem Temple Band, Drum Corps and Arab Patrol.®- The patrol is one of the best in the United States, and it is worth a trip to the circus to see it alone. STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE. "I was a student at Aaker*s Busi ness College, Grand Forks, a year ago, and found the instructors to be efficient and masters in their line. Their methods were thorough and their training qualifies a person for holding any office position. School equipment is up-to-date. I was placed in a position when my course was completed and I heartily re commend the school."—Dorothy C. Tice. Send for free catalog by wri ting your Name Address Manager of Big Whole sale House. Mr. Edw. Driscoll, another U. C. C. student, was elected manager of the big wholesale house of Park, Grant & Corrigan Co. With this same house are two more U. C. C. students, Mr. Edw. Glass and Miss Mae Morrow. A business educa tion puts you in line with the big positions. Secure your training at a school that recognized by busi ness men and that is evidenced by the success of its graduates. Send for our free catalog and let us show you how you can train for a big po sition. N I O N O E I A O E E Grand Forks, North Dakota LOCAL WANTS Girl Wanted—For general house work, by the month. Good wages. Write Phillip Heuchert, Cavalier, N. D. Route 1. 15-6* Auto Knitter. Hosiery for men, women and children made to order, from pat rons' own yarn if desired. T. THOMAS, 15tf Box 214, Pembina, N. D. For Sale: Service registered Short Horn bull calves. Will take your grade bull as part payment. Also some pure bred cows and heif ers. Call or write ROBT. FITZSIMMONS, 15-19* Walhalla, N. D. Wanted—A position to run trac tor after October 1st, when my pre sent job runs out. Best of refer ences. Can operate any make of tractor. Write or call "Tractor," Pioneer Express, Pembina. 14-5 Notice.—H. F. Nixon will open the Pembina photograph gallery on October 1st, when he will be pre pared to take pictures of every kind known to the art. Satisfac tion guaranteed. 14tf H. F. NIXON. Strayed—From my farm on Stan day, August 21st, about 45 head of sheep and lambs. Anyone knowing of their whereabouts please notify me at once. ARCHIE HOVE, lltf Joliette, N. D. A 1920, 10-20 Titan tractor and plows, in first-class shape, for sale or trade for horses. Call 12-F-13, or write AXEL NESLUND, 14tf St Vincent, Minn. For Sale—30 shoats weighing from 30 to 60 pounds, for sale. LEDOR DEVOS, 14-15 On Dr. Harris' irm. Chimneys Built I am manufacturing the it chim neys from concrete bloc on the market. Attractive and e: to ereet Charles Johnson, Pembir .. 50tf Generators repaired and magnetos repaired and recharged at Christo pher Brothers' Garage, Pembina. AV work guaranteed. 42tf. For Sale—7 room house, big barn and automobile shed, with 4 city lots. Anyone interested apply to G. THORGRIMSON, lltf Pembina, N. D. For Safe—I have a Saxon Six, 1918 model, roadster for sale at your own price. I have thtfefe cdra and therefore want to sell. Apply at Christopher Brothers' Garage. Pembina. 12tf L. A. MERCER. No. 634. MOUNTAIN STATE BANK. Report of the condition of The Mountain State Bank, at Mountain, in the State of North Dakota, at the close of business Sept 6, 1921.. RESOURCES Loans and discounts .. .$121,885 16 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 625 91 Warrants, stocks, tax cer tificates, claims, etc. .. 14,010 41 Government issues .. .. 446 21 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 3,701 54 Other resources 164 61 Current expens., taxes pd, over undiv. profits 576 .12 Checks and other cash items .... 135 34 Cash and due from other banks .. 7,851 06 7,986 40 Total $149,396 36 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in ....$10,000 00 Surplus fund 2,000 00 Individual depos its subject to check 22,998 73 Time certificates of deposit .. .84,026 33 Cashier's checks outstanding .. 371 30 107,396 36 Bills payable 30,000 00 Total $149,396 36 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, I I ss. County of Pembina. I, E. A. Brandson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. The State of North Dakota to the Above Named Respondents, and all Persons interested in said Minor: You are hereby notified that the Final account of the above named petitioner as the Guardian of the person and estate of the above na med minor has been rendered to and filed in this Court that the 22nd day of October, 1921, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, in the Court Rooms of this Court, in the Court House in the City of Caval ier, in the Cunty of Pembina and State of North Dakota, have been duly appointed by this Court for the settlement thereof, at which time and place any relative of, or person having the custody of, or interested in said minor, may appear and file his exceptions or objections, in wri ting, to said report and account or any part thereof. And you are hereby eited and re quired then and there to be and ap pear before this Court, and show cause, if any you have, why said account shall not be allowed and said Guardian discharged. IN WITNESS WHEREOF the signature of the Judge of said Court is hereto subscribed and attested by the seal of said Court in the City of Cavalier, in the County of Pembina and State of North Dakota, this 20th day of September, 1921. By the Court: R. McBRIDE, Judge of the County Court. (County Court Seal) Let the service of this Citation be made by publication according to law, and personal service on all res pondents in the State. J* E. A. Brandson, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of September, 1921. B. P. Skjold, Notary Public. My commission expires Nov. 20, *26. Correct Attest:— E. Thorwaldson. E. A. Brandson. Directors. Notice and Citation Hearing Guard ian's Final Report and Account. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Pembina. IN COUNTY COURT, Before Hon. R. McBride, Judge. In The Matter of the Guardian ship of Agnes Yeado, Mary Yeado et. al. Minor. James Yeado, Petitioner. vs. Mary Yeado et. al. .. Respondents. Ru McBRIDE, Judge of the County Court. (County Court Seal) (Sept. 23, 30, Oct. 7,14, 21.) GEORGE P. KIRBY George P. Klrby of Toledo, O., wae elected the new president of the Na tlonal Fraternal congress at its thliw tleth annual convention In Chicago, O OO OO OO OO OO OOO OO OO OO OO OO OO AGAIN/ Keep of Our Household Remedies 8 on hwirt Use. Not only the children, but you yourself are liable $ to need some simple remedy for immediate use, and it $ is well to keep it in the house. $ Come in, and if nccessary we can help you to se lect the things to give quick relief. $ RAY C. STINSON, Druggist THE REXALL STORE $ Pembina, North Dakota. JEWELRY When you buy something, whether it is intended for sevrice or an ornament buy something to last a lifetime. It will cost but little more than inferior articles. ment on hand to select from Cut Glass is a very welcome gift at any time. Cut tells its own real value. We always have a good assort Solid or Plated Silver, in sets or single denigM. Have a nice lot well worth your examination. Be sure to come in and see. Rings, Pins, Chains, Buttons, Necklaces, Clocks, Etc. You may not know much about Jewelry value. Most people do not. That is my business. When you buy here you will know just what you are getting, because I will tell you. It may be an Alarm Clock worth a dollar or a hundred dollar diamond ring. You will know what it is if you buy it at Miller's Jewelry Store Ford Autos Fordson Tractors Order one today. All kinds of parts for the Ford Autos and Fordson Tractor. Tires, other sundries. E. J. FINNEY, Agent, ST. VINCENT, MINN. OFFICE IN FARMERS IMP. BUILDING. Drumheller Goal! We will shortly have a stock of Atlas Drumheller Coal. We sold coal from this mine last winter* There is none better from the Drumheller district. We have PITTSTON Nut and Stove Coal in stock. In October we will have POCA HONTAS Smokeless Coal. Leave your or der and get your coal on arrival. D. BOOKER Pembina, N. Dak.