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candidates xor the foH
Congressional
candidate, to b» nominated bjr
party fetid om tl/fce
nominated by
for eKB^» t]»e t^Uo#ing nBuuf:
K:yL-:^ -. .• United SOnator.
Btpptrtrtiw in Congress, First
gg^:.,Coi»grAdonal Dist.
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state
Oke candidate tie nominated by
tlie .Republican,party and one can
didate to be nominated by the Dem^
ocratio-party for each of the follow
ing office*: •*.' "'Z ..
."' (iovnncir. £:'7
Lieutenant Governor.
Secretary of State.
State Auditor.
•••v State Triaatier.
I Attorned General.
Commissioner of Insurance.
Commissioner of Agriculture and
Labors *»«-•n* •.wt*"
Three candidates to be nominated
by the Republican party and three
candidates to, ber/^nominated by tlie
Democratic party for the following
Commissioner of Railroads.
Precinct Comniitteemen: One Re
publicalicoimnittmen and one Dem
ocratic committeemen to be elected
in each of the several precincts in
Pembina county, North Dakota
.• fw-5- V,
Three candidates to be nominated
by the Republican party and three
candidates to be nominated by the
Democratic party for the following
Members of the House of Repre
sentatives, Firat Legilative District.
Non-Partisan Nominations
Judiciary: Six candidates to be
nominated on the Non-Partisan bal
lot for the following office:
Judge of Supreme Court.
School Officers
Twc candidates to be nominated
on the Non-Partisan ballot for each
of the following offices:
State Superintendent of Public In
struction.
County Superintendent of Schools.
County Officers
Two candidates to be nominated
on Non-Partisan ballot for each of
the following offices:
County Auditor.
Treasurer.
Sheriff..
Clerk 'of District Court.
States' Attorney.
Register of Deeds.
County Judge.
County Surveyor.
Coroner.
County Commissioner for First
District
County Commissioner for Third
District.. ..
County Commissioner for Fifth
District..
Eight candidates to be nominated
on Non-Partisan ballot for each of
tiie following offices:
County Justice of Peace.
County Constable.
Which election will be opened at
9 o'clock in the morning and continue
open until 9 o'clock p. m. of said day
The following is a list of^ the sev
eral voting districts and polling
places in Pembina county.
Akra Township, precinct—polling
place Modern Woodmen Hall, situat
ed on the SW% -oTtKe SWHTof sec
tion rll, toWnshii 161,»ahd range 56
Advance Township, predne£»piiik
ing place# To^sn, Hall, in village of
Badcro,. 7.^
Township, prednct—^poll­
ing place, City Hall, situated on lots
aa& 12, blpdt 27® Bathgate city,
Beiulieu ^Township, precinct—poll
ing place, Schoor House, located on
the triage fof
Carlisle |rd^ui^C ^reinnct—poll
ing plice, iWn Hall, situated on the
SW&
aof
ifoetfoa 88, townsMp^lOS,
and 4&ge 62.
CaValier Township, precinct—poll
ing place, C^ElH,& situated on lots
8 and ^9, Mock 1, Hebert's Addition,
Cava|«r city ?t 2VJSU f.fOV
Crmal Township, precinct—poll
ing place, Sehuls Hall. situated ~Vn
lot li^ block 62, Crystal city.
Drs^ton Township, prednct^poll
ing ^»ce, School House, located in
tfistri^ Ik 18. S
Elolf Towndiip, precinpt—polling
place, *Town Hall„ situa|(d 0o f|e
tion |By township 159, imlL^
Fdw|a Township, prediwC^polling
place, buikling located about 80 rods
west It SE corner SE%^of
sectiol 9, township j.63'"' and range
64.
Gardar Township, prednct—poll
ing ptee, A. O. V. W. Hall, situated
off lot tl, block 4, Gaidar tillage.
Haniuton Townshi
ing plj gpl, si
a *r#
"^L
ated on lot 18, block 13, Tillage of
Township, precinct poll
ing place, Townsh&L GW1, situated
prednct—poll-
ing pH^ 6diooll Hons, located on
ing Hiee, Bowesmont Community
Hall, tocited on Jdts and 2, Mo|k
of BMmont. T.
l^deinp To^tthip, prednct-poll
taff School.'House, situated jn
section 9, t^iiship 160 and. range
-64.
.Midland Township, precinct—poll
itop place, School House, located oil
the SE% of section 6, township 169,,
and range §2..
Neche Township, precinct—polling
place, Neche. Opera House,, located
on lot 22, Mock 22, in the village ol
Nedie.
place, A. O. U. W. Hall, situated onr
lot 1, block 1, village of Canton.
PembinaTownship,. prednct—poll
ing pki|ef Ponfpw City Open
House, situated, on lots 15 and 16*
block 15, Pknbina dty.
St. Joseph Township^ prednct—^
PoU»8 Ptacfi, Schgol House, located
in the village of Leroy, section 21,
township 168? range 55.
St. 'Hvomaa Township, prednct—
Polling place, City Opera House, lo
cated on lots 7 and 8, block 17, St
Thontas dty*
Thingvallfi Township, precinct—
polling plaee, A. O. U. W. Hall, lo
cated on the SEW, of the SEW of
section 9, township 160 and range
66.
Walhalla Township, precinct—poll
ing placed Fin Hall, situated on lot
12, block 20, in the village of Wal
halla.
Bathgate City, prednct—polling
place, City Hall, located on lots 11
and 12, block 27, Bathgate dty.
Canton Village, prednct—polling
place, A. O. U. W. Hall, located on
lot 1, block 1, Canton village.
Cavalier City, precinct—polling
place, City Hail, located on lots 8
and 9, block 1, Hebert's Addition,
Cavalier city.
Crystal -City, precinct polling
place, City Hall, located on lots 42,
block 5, Crystal dty.
Drayton City, precinct—polling
place, City Hall, located on lot 28,
east side of Second street of Dray
ton city.
Hamilton Village, precinct—poll
ing place, Village Hall, situated on
lot 5,-block 29~, Hamilton village.
Neche Village, precinct—polling
place, Neche Opera House, located
on lot 22, block 22, Neche village.
Pembina City, precinct—polling
place. City Opera House, located on
lots 15 and 16, block 15, Pembina
city.
St. Thomas City, precinct—polling
place, City Opera House, located on
lots 7 and. 8, block 17, St. Thomas
dty.
Walhalla City, precinct— polling
place, Odd Fellows Hall, located on
lot 7, and block 38, Walhalla city.
In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hand and affixed the
seal of Pembina county, North Da
kota.
Dated at Cavalier, this 12th day
of May, A. D. 1922.
WM. W. FELSON,
(SEAL) County Auditor,
.Pembina County,
June 2, 9, 16 and 28
NINTH ANNUAL CHAUTAUQUA
ASSEMBLY
The Walhalla Independent Chau
tauqua Association opens their ninth
annual assembly June 25th, a ten
day Chautauqpfr.'
Tbf SS^fti^S8i«utauqua has been
in continuous operation now long
enough to be looked forward to by
ft* as in annual "event.
The Chautauqua has brought to the
$ of Wsjhllla and t^ lartound
^^«(Mtry Jfeffc ^ikmusfc,
litertttirti, cdltufo arid "entertainment
to be had.
In no^rear of its history has an in
ferior program been offered. /The
assembly's Reputation has been build
ed on Oft »^evjety daF's
program must be as strong as it can
be madj .and attraction must
measure up to a mgb standard. No
"fillers" -?urj put on'. program.
They have one of tlie best audi
toriums in: ftui state, and a fine din
ing hall and they have without doubt
the mo8t%-vbeauti|B|I^tural park of)
86 acres te lUie stitt ^t is a delight
ful placenta ^mp^ojn^all those wish
ing a t^ndfirs should ar-
fifit! hko!riSi,i!i Fau
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Frafik %. fiybuid. Devils
1
F. T. Grovold
Rugby
Fay Harding
Linton
Geo. Best
Walhalla
John Halcrow
Court
••pin
THE PIONEER EXPRESS
trttaUK pn«tota to P^nU^ coWtj^' Noitb
ini" etf .4 1'
.. .. .United States Senator:
tamn J. Fraxier ri: Jlraidt 0. Hdlstrom
Boorfe 5 Bina
ToibstV. MdCumber p. T. frCto&wt
Wahpeton .. Grand .'Foitt'.
Ormsly MfcHarg, Jamestown.
Repreintative in Congress—1st District
P. A. lb(^l«^, End»ri|n
.... Governor:
Bert P. Baker •.
SlenburiF
R. X. I^es&s
fi".
Kulm
Secretary of
H. H. Aaker
Grand Dorics
Thomas Hall
BismaMh)!
J. A, Ko^r, Dawson
State-Auditor:
Henry C. jrolmson^l
Milnor
D- C. Poindexter, Jamestown
State Treasurer
Obert A. Olson
Bismarck
John Steen, Rugby
Attorney General
Pe»r^?*
Garberg
York
J°w«noi'
J1!?®11
C. E. Knox
Oakes
C. W. McDonnell, Kensel
A. D. McKinnon, Goodrick
Frank Milhollan, Bismarck
Members of House Representatives—1st District,
The following is a list of Nonpartisan candid
ates for the offices .- named:
Judges of the Supreme
Luther E. Birdzell
Bismarck
Nils J. Bothne
New Rockford
A. G. Burr, Rugby
A. T. Cole
•Fargo
M. J.* Englert
Valley City
Sveinbjorn- Johnson, Grand Forks
W. L. Nuessle, Bismarck
Seth W. Richardson, Fargo
James E. Robinson, Bismarck
W. H. Stutsman,
Mandan
North Dakota.
Gaius S. Wooledge
Minot
issioners
Tuesday, June 6th, 1922
Board met at 1:80 p. m. Present
Commissioners A. B. Purdy, W. J.
Watits, J. Fred Radke, John S. Sta
plelai and John Holler, Sr.
At B. Purdy, chairman of board
presiding and Wm. W. Felson, audi
tor, 'acting as secretary.
By rest^g^ d'^y adopted the
hear"
in
de
school
ed to scfcooji diitriet^iiuin!^
40 Was continued lilQ
2:80 |p.
adoption of the foregoing''
resolution all
"ayef and none
Place in
ereas the voting Dray
ton 1 township
E 1 0 N
ioUowtog. is 11^ 4ba cancBdAllft f«
Daaaeeratto
Ri. E.: Smith
Michiggi&.
L. S. Platou
Fargo
Charles Simon
New England
Harvey L. Stegner, Bismarck
lieutenant CkVeziipr
Bowman' /f./ 1 P. Porterfield
Fargo
Florence M. Gammons
Fargo
Herbert A. Hard
Fargo..
Hans Anderson
Grand Forks
Isaac HeggQ
Hatton
Samuel L. Nichols
Hettinger Farm*
D. L. O'Connell
Watford Towner
L. J. Wehe, Bismarck
Commissioner of Insurance:
Hanry G. Caipenter E. A. Lillibridee
frg^, Dickinson
S. A. Olsness, Sheyenne
Commissioner of Agriculture and Lafeor
W. J. Church Thorwald Mostad
Sawyer
Nick
N-
Sentinel Butte Emerado
Siver Serumgard, Devils Lake
Railroad Commissioners:
Nelson
Arthur Dixon
Rolla
William J. O'Leary
Minot
C. W. Pollock
Valley City
North Dakota
Bowesmont
John K. Olafson, Gardar
Alvin Restemayer, Cavalier'
Paul Johnson
Mountain
Nils R. Tacklind
Drayton
Superintendent of
Public Instruction
Martha T. Fulton
Wahpeton
Minnie J. Nielson
Valley City
States Attorney:
H. P. Thomson, Cavalier
Wm. McMurchie
Cavalier
Sheriff:
D. J. Larson
Cavalier
John A. Cox
Bowesmont
A. B. Sweet
Hearing on petHjtas to detach
property titan St. ^Thoinj|^ special
school diqptict number ^ttpplies. for Janito« and Repair of
until tomtemp...
r,^Hb««m^uV!pbn
recommendation th«^r 9m^ohn MflM-jtiK?
townihip
onl^^.e
I^y^^dty/lmd,
Blmdt ft hterebv del
lOie fmUdi'
side ,0#
...
foragoina
.tt'Msr^wc
-1
County Auditor
Wm. W. Felson ,,
Qavalier W'
Cwrk of Court:
f. a Winlaw
-ts"
Cavalier
County Judge:
Robt. McBride
Civalier'
Superintendent of
Charfdfcte' A. Jones
Catv^liinr
County Commissioner
Third District
J. P&A R^ie •..•
Crystal
Norman Matheson, Crystal
YES
NO
Resolved that bills are hereby al
lowed. and it is hereby directed that
warrants be drawn on the county
treasurer in payment thereof as fol
lows:
Mothers' Pensions
Mrs. Mary Boyer $24, Blanche L.
Mazier $30, Mrs. Tillie i*e $24, Ma
rion I. Sullivan $50, Mrs^ Mary Lei
binger $10, Mrs. Mary Ferch $50,
and Mrs. Jos. McGurran 916.
Supplies Fumished Officials
Pioneer Express $24, Globe^kizet
te Printing Co. $22(]y25^ Gx«nd ^oiks
Herald iJ^.OSand'P^
News $27.50.
Gordon B. Ingrnnk-i6 and Chas.
fSL
PubUcatieai Fees
Pioneer Expw|(^J52A7
Pir'ntinr rHniiii
E. F. Hamnton $^^S j. Ur
ion |4.75.
Mileage, deputy aiheriff of Walsh
jsounty, F. A. Ma^l^O^
Deputy deric of court G. A. Win
law $7. ,,,, 1 -H
Livery^ for states .. attorney,. Wm.
Olson $15.
Material for Brides, Jn. M. O'Con
Js.
n« .tollar Si P. Haiiditw
J5.66, j, Felson 4Qc,c Bacald
jti Thomson |5.i5. ...
tbft Postaifre,' G^tge Roadhouse 8&60»
A. JoiWs $I«.W
Telephone rdUt^Gavalier Telephone
.Supp^ies $|p|tyH ,iqdte^ Mc*
Brfde
v. Cnvalier
H. H. Fenndl
Hamilton
County
J. H. Hannesson
Cavalier
Wallace W. O'Hara, Nedie
Register of Deeds:
George Roadhouse
The following proposed Amendment to the Con
stitution and Initiated Measures will also be sub
mitted to electors, for approval or rejection at the
Primary Election to be held June 28th» 1922.
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ElectoilB Residence Requirements
To amend Section 121 of the Constitution as
amended.
This proposed amendment is practically identi
cal with Article 86 of Amendments to the State
Consitution, except that the word "state," under
lined below, is inserted in lieu of the word
"county."
North Dakota: AMENDMENT.) Every
qualified elector who shall have resided in the
State one year, in the county 90 days and in the
precinct 80 days next preceding any election, shall
be entitled, to vote at such election. Provided that
where a qualified elector 'moves from one precinct
$0 another within the state he shall be entitled to
vote Jn the precinct from which he moves until he
establishes his residence in the precinct to which
he moves.
Shall said constitutional amendment
proved?
YES
NO
BONDS OF NORTH DAKOTA REAL ESTATE
SERIES
Being an act amending the Bonds of North Da
kota Real Estate Series Act, providing for the is
suing (of bonds of the State of Njortln Dalipta in
a sum of not exceeding $10,000,000.00.
Amends Section 15 of Chapter 154 of the Laws
of 1919, so as to increase the amount for which
lsuch bonds may be issued from a sum not exceed
ing $10,000,000.00 to a sum not exceedingi
$20,000,000.00.
Shall said initiated measure be approved?
YES
NO
Cavalier
County Commissioner
First Diet:
A. B. Purdy
Pembina
County Commissioner
Fifth District
John Holler
Drayton
INITIATED MEASURES
Repeal of Teachers Minimum Training and Salary
Law
Being an act providing for the repeal of Chapter
112 of the Session Laws of 1921, which provides
for a minimum amount of training, a minimum
salary for teaching experience of less than one
school year, and a schedule of salary
Shall said initiated measure be approved?
be ap-
minimum
a teaching experience of from one to six years in
clusive, for teachers in the public school of North
Dakota.
for
LJ
State of North Dakota, county of Pembina, ss:
I, Wm. W. Felson, county auditor of Pembina
county, North Dakota, hereby certify 'that the
foregoing is a true and correct list of the names
and addresses of all persons for whom nomination
papers have been filed, together with the proper
party designation and title of each office, also
measures to be submitted according to certificate
received from the Secretary of State and the peti
tions filed in my office.
Dated at Cavalier, North Dakota, this 12th day
of June A. D. 1922.,
WM. W. FELSON,
County Auditor.
Telephone, postage and telegram,
R. McBride $6.50i
At 6 o'clock p. m. board adjourn
ed until tomorrow at 9 o'clock a. m.
Wednesday, June 7th, 1922
The board: met at 9 o'clock a. m.
All members present
Claims Allowed
Resolved that bills are hereby al
lowed and it is hereby directed that
warrants be drawn on the county
treasurer in payment thereof as fol
lows:-
Registration of Voters: Fred J. Er
•leqdson $17.90, J. O. Dalsted $20.10,
'N. Matheson $14.70, James Bellamy
Jr. $11,80, R. .V. Baird,. $12.30, John
Johnsott $24^0, H. H. Fennell 417.10,
C. F. Asselptine $16.40, Paul Wil
liams $13.60,.. Walter F. Hodgson
$22.50, Chas. Mugford $19.40, Mau
rice Mqrin $20,00,^T., Anderson $18
60, Wjpain pamasa $21j90, Walter
Gardner |^«8(^ Gieorga .Smith .$19.*
00,{J^han^cs.Jonasson $28.10, George
A.-Be^. $740, Fred J^rFarmw $89.10i(
J. A. Kelly $17.10,. George W« Ion
$26.70, John Rock $9.50, D. W. M«~
Fadden $20.40, W. P. Storms $25.00,
Chris Lunde $19.80^ W. A. AndreWS
Iave?y and mileage, states attor
ney, Harold- Tbomsen $84.86»
Suppiies ^or county officials. Wal-
Br^thexs. $4.70.
Wolf bonnty.r assigned to C. W.
$12.00.
'ostage^J., R. Gibeon $271^9.
IVeigi^andexpreesenrbridge mm*
tertkl,:^ Gibson ^$471.90.
iJBteiiftt jwd xpgassyrX GibsflB
Liquor Prosecution, J. R. GRmmI
l®8«98
Dragging state road No. 42, Chat.
Stailef
Registration of voters, John CL
Hart ItBiO, tt. J. Foster ttUMt Jf
A. Andarsen flSJO -T:-%
•Refund of 1920 hail taxes ezfene
ously paid, J. LaMoiDre, |r. fltiW.
At noon recess was taken ttiitfV
1:80 o'dock p. m. --'W'jrrJ
Afternoon SeaaiMk^
Board deconvened, all member*
present.
Rev. H. A. Helsen appeared beforf
the board -in respect to the Grafton
'DeacOness hospital-' seeking reim
bursement of patients treated in said
hospital, whom the officials thetiaf
believed to be residents of Penflftnn
county and unable to pay for (Kkit
hospital expenses while being treat*
ed.
Board concluded to make no ap«
propriation.
(concluded next week)
CANDIDATE FOR TRESURER '.
I hereby announce myself as can*
didate for treasurer of Fembina*
county at the coming primaries, on
June 28th. If I should be elected
I will perform the duties of the of
fice according to law and no favorite
ism shown any one. I realize
the office is an important one and
will give my personal attention to its
duties.
I am a native of North Dakota
Pembina county and this is the first
time I appear in the roll for public
office.
WALLACE W. O'HARA,
41-44 Neche, North Dakota.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of sheriff is
Pembina county, subject to the
wishes of the voters at the -coming
primary and general elections. Your
support will be appreciated.
:4m
D. J. LARSON,
FOR SHERIFF'
To the voters of Pembina county:
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the office of sheriff for
the coming election. Your support
and influence will be appreciated
H. H. FENNELL,
To Voters of Pembina County
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of county
treasurer subject to nomination at
The June primaries. Your vote and
nfluence is earnestly solicited.
J. H. HANNESSON.
FOR SHERIFF
To the Electors of Pembina Countyj
I hereby announce my candidacy
as Sheriff for Pembina County at
the coming primaries and if elected
I promise to fulfill the duties of tha
office in strict accordance with th*
£w. A. B. SWEET.
Cavaher, N. D., May 3, 1922.
For State's Attorney
PEMBINA COUNTY
Stands Squarely on His
Record
He Will Be Glad to Receive
Your Support
The
Grand Forks
JULY 24-29
R. ML
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