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I Pembina Markets
Wheat, Fancy Dark Northern,$L.43
Dark Northern, $1.42, One Northern,
Durham, 1.20, Flax. $2.44
Oats 26, Barley .44. lye $0.48.
FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1922.
Dr. B. M. Boyd, Dentist, Emerson
Manitoba. Phone ll.^ v-, i:\'^'^V^
Mr. and Mrs. E
to Argyle on
Sunday with relatives,
J. LaMoure returned from James
town and other points in the state
$ An Advantage
'To Your Business
Tuesday, May 2nd, at 1:30 p. m.
Mr. JHiatt Fritz went
ng, April ZSrd.
a spot of natural beauty.
fWe invite you to become identified
with this B2(nlc! 11 -1, 1 \m»,'
& *£*$*# ~mwt
HYour financial inatters jequire the'
careful, consistent attention which
this Bank's officers give to its cus
lYour business will be managed
conservatively and in strict confi
IWe invite your account.
MERCHANTS BANK OF PEMBINA
FSMBINft, NORTH DAKOTA.
Capital and Surplus $40,000
Mr. and Mrs. J. LaMoure,
A AT 1 viAftfiFW iifi^ajbA 1%«* Alh A A•
Mr. and Mrs. Hume Lee were
over from Neche Sunday. Mr. Lee
reports that Mrs. J. E. Lee and
Doris will remain in Grand Forks
for the summer.
Hallock has organized a base ball
team for the coming season with
"Lefty" Jenkins manager, E. G. Mc
Vean secretary, and Harry McKen
Miss Katherine Kneeshaw had
for over Sunday guests Miss Mil
dred Schneftck a!nd Miss Berneice
•Nolan both instructors in the Aurri
,cultural College at Crookston, Minn.
Knight Shumaker left for Brain
erd last Friday in answer to a call
from tJie rtailroad company to report
for wprk. Mrs. Shumaker will fol
low him as soon as he is assigned a
i'% Mr. G.''. .G.,-- ThAntnann .rrtu«iefl
T^yton .•Jjo'rtwtal-. fRund-ny
Dr. Zimmerman of Bajlock was a
visitor in the city Monday evening,
Tuf' furnished by
Miss Ruth Wilkms accompanied Grand Forks
her »friend, Miss Mildred Bouvette,
to her home in Hallock last week.
jto make Fargo their future home,
M. aC and k"a Sitoii^ St., Pete" ft,™ ^T»S2e,4 S
*tW"S 2?!?Vf •roKe?'i 7
Dr. B. M. Boyd, dekitist, of Emer
son, has returned from his trip to
Toronto and his dental parlors are annual Tri-County Boy's Encamp
again open to the public. ment held on the chautauqua
——0 grounds at Walhalla. A preliirdn-
Esther LaMoure, Mrs. G. G. Thomp- rangements was held in Grand
son and Mr. Albert Christopher Forks, March 25th, which assures a
motored to Drayton on Sunday camp- for 1922.
Mr. Vernon Lucas, while visiting oldest resident in
in St. Vincent, went over to Caval-
in St. Vincent, went over to
ier and installed a radio outfit for
the Merchants National Rmr»V
5?"ock Sabu-day, Apnl 22nL ft.
oj. *r* .I. ""es tomorrow (Saturday) evening, May 21st, at an hour. to be lived
St. Vincent citizens contemplate at 8:00 sharp. Also a good comedy.: later on.
making an auto cramping ground on Dance after the show. Music fur-1 There' will hp a 7»»«tW of
the old court house square, which is nished during the show and for the
dance by the
ary meeting of the committee on ar-
Regular meeting of the Wnrlonen
lodere next Tuesday evening. M»" 9.
Importance business. All membe'-s
reoiipsted to be present. This wi^i
be the last meeting until
Vig -for -t^ff
Via 1». or^i^nd Wwfr
5s. itrlad' to bp. .h^ck'itiirtme -wmin.
Can'd'^h National' Rallw^v?
iS t.Q iaw oil itq pmr1rviro«»g «'ho
to •war fnlv Sflsrv -for tv« t'1^?
jawav. .T"?t how- nrc* .. ..
rais«» fll' tTi» to do it}^ hoi-
Mrs. Gooselaw's mother was 1.01
vears otd at the time of her death
and her father was 100.
Mrs. Feldmooi entertained the
States Attorney Harold P. Thorn- Pflst month, returned last Tuesday
son of Cavalier Was a visitor in the to Regina, Sask.
city on Tuesday. /. Mr. and Mrs. John Booker' of
(Pembina spent Sunday last with
The Pembina base bidl club will ¥*5
of May. Full particulars later.
Rev. and Mrs. JdeB Saunderson'c'tv on Tnesrlav and
A baby girl arrived W u» throw* seediw whwt 3TS^
of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Olafson last
ngg the first
tion with the Fargo Electrical Co.
nt ieveral 3ays
At the movies next Thursd
4th, Mae Murray in "Feaeod.
also Gen. Electric feature "(hjfi, of
.the Waves," Regular admission.
sil-. 1^*0 v.»v
J.Heneman and Rev. ByTiteg
autoed to Grafton on Tuesday and
transacted business, stopping at St
Thomas enroute. They report the
roads in excellent condition.
O .- "rail
a. manager .their .Radio depart- ""irM^Saunde^ bM inyited
"1 *»ment j^s yjj
The young couple will make tlieir, church
RaCe," at the St. Vincent mo-
Bridge was enjoyed for several
hours and a happy time snent. A
delicious sunper was served
Misses Rose and Edith FeMman and
MrS. Knight Shumaker. This will
be the last meeting of the season.
Bishop Bennett of the Episcopal
diocese of Minnesota held confirma
tion.. services at- St. Vincent last
Monday. A large class was pre
sented for confirmation by the rec
tor, Rev. James E. Kimberley. The
names follow: Francis Darrach,
Tda Clinton, Eleanor and Dorothy
Clow, Ethel Griffith, Kathleen, Wil
bebnina and Francis Gamble, Ruth,
Fvelyn and Winnie Davis. Agnes
Kimberley, Man'orie and Grace
Cameron, Clara Fitznatrick, Rubina
Mae Easter, Ernest and Ar-
^ur ClititoT), George-: Davis. Gurney
Kimberley a^cl Alex. Forester Jr.
Twentv-one members of Pembina
odp-e No. 2 A. F. and A. M. re
sponded to an invitation from Bathr
vpte Masonic Lodge, which was ex
tended to the surrounding towns, to
present at their meeitng la«t Tues
day ^voninT. Work is the second
•"w .oremnilififtd and life
,w$hw?V-iT! vot^d to Mpssrs. Tsv^or
T^CIS^ori. .brWi charter rupmbftrs?
.lodge.- A most pnV»v-:
Heoeman returned ^om a
stay of several -weeks at Highmore,
South Dakota, last Saturday night.
kShe attended hier sister. dnringsner
illness and death in that city. MtIb.
Henemah is quite worn out. and
contracted a heavy coldwhfch we
hope will soon be better.
Mr: Albert Stearns of Langdon
has. purchased an interest in the
Desrosier bakery in this city tfnd
the new firm will be known as
Stearns & Desrosier. Mr. Stearns
is the son of Mr. Steams Who for
merly .resided in Pembina several
years ago, and lie comes highly re
commended. See their ad... jh an
other column. \M M-
The past ^eek has been ideal Cor
farming operations. The wheat is
all in and 011 many farms late grain
has also been seeded. Everyone is
busy with their early garden plant
ing and with the present conditions
prevailing a week or so lopirer, the
prospects for a good crop this year
is encouraging Everything wilt be
up to the weather man from now on.
Mrs. Scanel, who has been visit
ing with her aunt and uncle, Mr.
and Mrs, R. B. Richardson, for tiue
I Vtuwilio OffVUV OUIIUAjT lOBb WlUi
(mmmi 4w J»b
Parents, Mr. and Mrs
I The University students at home Je
for Easter holidays returned to Wnit^
short visit with tie. Rev.
E. J. motored «««». M^y and otter «JTS. w. 2T&?lSP«i?15!S "fe'SS'88'
iauves. with James CTonmv •.•. .of Fetmbma county, having home-"
—o ,wiwi dames uonmy. ^./fertriiiTBrn wrvruo #»-.r
Ouite a mumber of Church of the Redeemer, RaSi:
their work at school the first of the ivrSav in ^awh^f^ .nT the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wih
^ek. iK mLhinl a potato cut- gtmson. Mrs. Nicholson has been
^Mactane .. ailing for the past five years aiid
.Fred Carter was a visitor to our was taken seriously ill about three
pie attended^ tife dance fn^it v?«" «ate: Sunday, April 30th: Holy ^'ver 1879. The funeral
cent Tuesday evInin^ Music wm
fumished _by Ct0J. 5 225iSTT5
O Pierce-Jones, Rural Dean of GrSnd ~r
8i00 a- m-
Walhalla, Cavalier, Pembina, Neche
and Joliette to the 10:30 service and
ff". «e tt» Boy'a May 7fli, at 10:15 a. m./S 55
St. Vincent orchestra.
Gooselaw of St. Vin- —.
cent, who was 96 years old last Cobbler potatoes.
January. She is hale and hearty: McArthur, N. D. 46-48
and does the housework for herself
and two sons. Frank and Roger.
important sen-fee of our
of the Redeemer on Snndnv.
Con^niwiee. Oinrch nf tvP
Podeemer, BatVat. iwnedi«t'»''*r.
«ftor eveT-«on? on Rund^v neyf. TtJ
honed nil wnitvirg w'H he nrp'0nt'
Flams iare being perfected for the hnsin«n«i IB
5 I*C "•"»1 P|[1X
-TdeB Saunderson. Pastor in Ch»i*"*
For Sale—Olson Bros, of Glass
ton have sieed flax for sale at $3.00
per bushel. Grown on plowed
ground. Farm located five miles
east of town. 46-48
For Sale—200 bushels Irish
Fresh ginger snaps, per lb. .. .12c
Fancy cookies, frosted and plain, lb.. 16c
Spaghette, macaroni, cheese noodles 15
at 3 for ... ..
Peanuts, per lb .:
Ji B. Parker Store
Schaefe* were sraeata
Busch htome on S*u»day^
to Drayton last Sunday. jv
Misses Marshek and Standbier
spent the w«ek-end at .their respec
County Agricultural Agent' E. G.
Mrs. J. Mordy of Hallock .and
Mrs. Robt. Sutherlalnd of Northcote
arrived Saturday to attend the fu
neral of the late,Mrs. Nicholson.
Abe Cox and daughter were pas
sengers to Winnipeg Monday, from
there Miss Cox will go to Ontario
to spend the summer with a sister.
Mr. Cox returned home Tuesday.
A. V. Walhegham was a Cavsiiier
visitor Wednesday getting his citi
Messrs Combs and Bellamy were
Cavalier visitors on Wednesday.
The death of Mrs1. James Nichol
son occurred Saturday morning at
Mrs. Quesnel returned from a pL a
We are at your service
STEARNS & DEROSIER
3% Jb graham crackers, in wooden
Maple syrup, per bottle ...........119c
Pumpkin, 2 cans for.:
1 lot of ladies' white shoes, pair.. .$1.50 ^jf |fe
Canvas gloves, per pair 10cf||iife
Brown Jersey gloves, per pair......." .15c
a visitor at the Barron
farms one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Helm'of Har
rick spent Sunday at the John Diet
The Hart -and Bernath families
attended, the Farmers Club meeting
at Carlisle last Saturday evening.-
Rudolph Raddel of Glasston spent
Sunday with friends here.
John Pearson, who spent the win
ter'months at bis Home in Iowa, ar
rived here some time ago to take up
spring work, on his farm.
(Last wedc's news)
Our city schools are dosed for
Easter vacation this week and Bliss
Kuzel, tike principal, is sprading a
few days in Grand Forks.
Dr. E. Nicholson of liawton was
called to the Stinson home to be
present at 1)ie bedside of his motli
er, Mrs. James Nicholson Sr.,. who
passed away Saturday.
seriously ill about three
A *r ^ooniD. lnienneni was maae ,Dy
a a iT
four, miles east of the nre-
of Bowesmont and near
and the lanrgv" attended and the fam-
'. V, «'v v-V
For Sale—5,000 IbsV of Sweet
/. J- H. EMERSON,
Joliette, N. D.
T. Desrosier is running a hone
dvery. If you want to go any place
any roads call him up. Phone 10,
^embina, N. D. 26tf.
Fence Posts and Wood for Sale.
I have a quantity of oak fence
iosts, seven feet long, and cord wood
or sale at my farm known as the
fftieep Ranch, four miles south of
^embina on the Tongue river.
S7tf LORENZO MARTINEAU.
Hemstitching and Pisot Edge.—
Mrs. Elmer ThompiMn,. Drayton, N.
D. Mail orders solicited. S2tf
Quarter section of good land to
rent on half crop. Owner will fnr
nish seed and pay half threshing, and
twine. Near Joliette. Answer care
of Pioneer Express, Pembina, N.' D:
FOR .SALE—^Pure bred single
comb Rhode Island Red hatching
eggs. $1.00 for 15: $5.50 for 100.
43-46 "J, St.Vince nt, Minn.
•A good family residence In good
location is for sale at a bargain.
Cheaper than you ''can affonl to
cent. Apply to G. G. THOMPSON,
Pembina. -r jr-
JewelryforMother,^ Father, Son,
t)ur business is the selling bf
jewelry, Silverware^Cut Qla»^
vv,- Everything that ought to be fouiid In a
K* class Jewelry Store qin be found inhe«J
You will find our selections complete, our quajity tlie
^)est» and pur prices as low as first-class
goods Can be sold for/
Thirty-two years of continuous business* at the 5
5^*1® ^stanawithoutadissatisfied customer ^xiiiksll®
the quality of godd^ we handle.
Oil Cook Stoves
The Wick stove wilb the long blue chimney.
2 $ 1 6 0 0
c/ 3 burner size.......
a 4 burner size....
When you walk:
.WANTED—Auto aiid Tractor re
pairing. All repairing guaranteed.
I will furnish my own tools. My
price, 40c per hour, with board. No
job too big, no job too small, and
can go anywhere.—Geo. Johnston,
Joliette, -N.' D. .'^^^^5534447
'W Horseg and Hay for Sale.
A registered black-Percheroh stal
ion, No. 76375, weight about 2,1)00
pounds, and alsb twenty.five
head of good work horses weighing
from 1,400 to 1,700 pounds, and 50
tons of alfalfa hay. Will trade the'
stallion and horses for cattle.
For Sale—»1 good driving horse,
7 years old, weight 1100 lbs: one
top buggy one set of good
driving harness one colt coming 5
yoars old, 'about'1400 lbs. See
36tf Joliette, N. D.
42-49* Joliette, N. D.
Detroit Vapor Oil Stove
E. D. BOOKER,
Pembina, N, Da
If there's sickness at yoqr:
home—nerveS or- xonstipa^
tion, or that run down feel-4?ip'V
ing, or hesfrt trouble, take a','/'
package of Dr, Miles' Medi
cines, along with the cand',,.
pRAY C. STINSON
Pembina, N* D.
For Sale—Some good horses. Sea
GEO. H. MORIS,
has no wicks or,wick substitutes.,/
*iu.w ivy ri ,* I
vW.»JU 3 I
rs'J:-** J.'** Jr'A'^-
Pembina, N. D.
Clean Rags Wanted.
We want any amount of clean rags
free from buttons or metal. No
pieces smaller than 12x12 in. Pay
7c per lb. cash.
37tf Pembina Light and Power Co,
LOST—One black colt, 8 years
old, finder please notify me.. W. S.
Kemp, Hamilton, N D.
llyx ..?.5- .-
to thei g^|^:iC^t 5i
door and SHE answers the- vt
bell -r- it's lucky you have V,,
the candy. You'd be 1 5
.' speechless ptheiwisei-^-^lfel^i^
You hand it to her with/v.V ,*•'
"Sweets to the sweet,", (if
you have the nerve) iand
she opens it. Geel You're ,• 'j
It's pretty small, after you
have won her with sweet 1
food and sweeter words, to||^
forget that she lik^s eitl^^
after you're married.
Stop in today and get a box of..
chocolates or bon bons. /j-
bought it here/
ou know it's •fresh^^$'#^i:
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