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The Hope pioneer. [volume] (Hope, N.D.) 1882-1964, March 12, 1903, Image 4

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MOPE, N. O.
PEPPER & KEENE, Publls ers.
Official Newspaper of Steele Caunr
SVBSCRIPTION HATES:
Per rear, in adratrce
Six Months-...
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Williams
returned last Friday irorn a visit
with relatives and friends at
Rush City and St. Paul, Minn.
Our representatives, M. B.
Cassell and J. S. Palfrey, return
ed from the Capital city the first
of the week, the legislature hay
ing closed.
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I am again on N. D. sales ready
to cry sales anywhere. Give n:e
a call and I shall strive hard to
g-ive you satisfaction,
pressed themselyes as satisfied
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THURSDAY, MAR. 12TH 1903.
Additional Locals.
Don't forget the Old Settlers'
Ball "St. Patrick's Day in the
evening."
Would you like to make some,
easy money this spring? If so,
buy your garden and field seeds
from Kraabel, Johnson & Co.
Frank Tillotson .returned the
forepart of the week from a trip
out in the western part of the
state,
The Ladies Aid of the Metho
dist church will mfeet with Mrs.
Dittes, Wednesday afternoon,
March 18th.
I. W. STANDLEY.
A larger stock of first-class
blankets than we care to carry
over will be sold very close to
cost at the Cash Harness Shop of
R. R. Bryan & Co.
You can buy field corn, Bro
mus, Timothy, Millet, and all
sorts of field, and garden seeds
and get them at the right prices
at Kraabel, Johnson & Co.
Geo. A. Hunter of Finley N
D. has two thousand bushels of
No. 1 speltz which he will sell for
35 cents per bushel cash or 40
cents on time. The straw makes'
excellent hay and the grain turn
ed 90 bu. per acre last year
s, machine: measure.
A number of persons have ex-
the cost of the lecture
course if they did not get to hear
another number of the course.
Mr. Follansbee has set a good
pace for others to follow.—The
Harelock, (Iowa") Item. At the
Hope Opera House, Mch. 19th,
tinder the auspices of the K. of P.
"The Foundation of Our Faith,
®r What Shall We Believe" will
be the subject of the morning
sermon in the Congregational
church. "What Kind of a
Church Shall Hope Have"? will
be the evening topic. These
sermons are prepared especially
for those who are contemplating
anion with the church. During
the lenten season topics will be
chosen which are suitable to this
period of religious mediiion.
Notice To Farmers.
All farmers interested in se
curing a Farmer's co-operative
elevator at Blabon, N, D. please
meet at that place. Saturday
afternoon, March 28th 1903, or
write to the undersigned at Bla
zon.
The
W. II. BCTLKR.
Auction Sale.
We will sell at Public Aucticin on
S. W. Sec. 3 Colgate Twp
4 Miles East of Hope
MONDAY, MARCH IGTII
the following described property:
5 Work Horses
1 Driving Team
1 Colt coming two years old
12 Cows, coming in
2 Binders 1 Corn Plow
1 Kentucky Disc Drill
1 Boss Harrow
1 Canton Gang Plow
1 wide tire WagonAvith 60 bu
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Farm Truck 1 Buggy
1 20 ft. Steel Harrow
/•. 1 Bundle Rack
1
Sets Work Harness
1 Single Harness.
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SALE TO BI:GIN AT 1 o'cr.oc:: i\ M.
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IWSTAN01EY, Austbn
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West End
implement Hall.
IS Head FarmHor'ses
1 Driving Team
1 Team Mules
1 Cow
3 4 Horse Wagons
3 Grain Tanks
Public Sale!
I will sell at public auction on the Jas. McQueen Farm, 6 miles
West and 2 miles South of Hope, Sec. 24, Willow Lake Twp., on
THURSDAY, MARGH 19,1903
I will sell at public auction on my farm, 3 miles North and
miles East of Hope. Sec. 14, Lincoln Twp. on
S I E S 2 I S 1 9 8 2
the following described property:
7 Hdad Work Horses
4 Cows 4 Calves
1 Champion Binder 1 Kay Rake
1 Piano Binder 2 Gang Plows
2 McCormick Mower
2 VanBrunt & Davis Drills
1 New Kentucky Disc Drill
1 Corn Cultivator
1 E anning Mill
2 Disc Harrows
1 Sulky Plow, breaking attch.
2 Smoothing Drags
4 Wide tire Wagons
Sgle to Begin at 10 o'clock A
I. W. Standley, Auctioneer,
RE'SULUTIOLS cf. condoienceand
respect adopted bv Hope Camp
No. 2628 M. W. of A. of Hope, N.
D.
WHEREAS, the angel of death
has entered our Camp and taken
from bur midst and order, on
February 22nd 1903, our beloved
neighbor Welmot L. Aldrich,
who has always been a true and
royal worker in our order,
Therefore be it
KESOX-VKD, That we extend to
the sadly bereft wife, sons and
other relatives our heartfelt sym
pathy in this time of great sor
row "and while they mourn the
loss of a dear one the whole Camp
mourn the loss of a true and
faithful Neighbor, and fe it fur
ther
RESOLVED, That as a tribute
to the memory of Neighbor Wel
mot L. Aldrich our charter be
draped in mourning for 30. days
and be it further
RESOLVED, That, a copy of
these resolutions be sent to the
sorrowing wife and family and
to the loc il paper and that a copy
lie spread on the record of the
Camp. K. D. DAXSKIN,
W. W. IIAZLETT,
II. R. CEKKV,
'Committee.
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And look over my stock of Farm Machinery. 2
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CASSAPOLIS SHOELI INTERCHANGEABLE 3
SHOE DISC -VAN BRUNT DRILLS
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None better on the market will sow all kinds of seeds and grain to perfec
tion will work -where other'drills-*fail,-v
-HARROWS—
BOSS, STEEL LEVER, and SPRINGTOOTH, SULKIES GANGS
and DISC PLOWS, SINGLE and DOUBLE,
LEVER DISC HARROWS.
An up-to-date line of S
nitchell Wagons, Surries, Buggies, Road Wagons and Carts.
The simple, light running Iowa DAIRY SEPARATOR, only one piece in the bowl to clean.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
QEO.*A.LUCE,
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the following described property: 5:
2 2 Horse Wagons
3 GaDg Plows
2 Deering Binders
1 Dowagiac Drill
10 Sets Harness
9 Hogs
Sale to Begin at 10 o'clock A All
FREE LUNCH AT NOON, I
Gust Johnson, Prop
O. G. Major, Auctioneer.
9
.1 Drag
1 Buggy
2 Large Grain Tanks
2 Good Buggies
2 Pair Bob Sleighs
5 Sets Work Harness
1 Set Double Driving ^Harness
1 Single Harness 80 Chickens
1 Steel Rang-e 1 Base Heater
1 Bed Room Suite
2 Becl Springs
1 Organ 1 Sewing Machine
Shovels, Forks, all my Household
Goods, and other articles too
numerous to mention.
FREE LUNCH AT NOON.
Alex Weatherhead Prop
SEED FOR SALE.
I haye fine Haines' Pedigree
Bluestem Wheat, White Russian
Oats, Speltz^ind Flax. For cash
or on time with approved sec
urity.
The Iowa Dairy Separa-j
tor.
A marvel of simplicity. High
est quality of material and per
fect workmanship. Easy to run.
All parts interchangeable.
Cream ,ilovvs from top. of bowl.
Skim milk from bottom. Prac
tically a self cleaner. Nothing1
to compare on the market. Call
and see them at Geo. A. Luce's
Implement depot.
BRIDGE LUMBER SALE.
The old^bridge plank, consist
ing of 24,300 ft., on what is known
as the Fuller bridge. Colgate
Twp., will be sold on Thursday
March 19th at 2 o'clock p. m., to
the highest bidder for cash.
FKANK GRAY.
Commissioner Dist. No. 1.
M* PRESSIY, AGENT FOR THE
KNTEKPK1SE STEAM LAUNDKY CO,
MINNEAPOLIS, WILL SHIP AS FOL
LOWS Feb, 2-16 Mch. 2*16-30,
i»M MM
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I will carry a complete line of Implements, IS
WRTH DAK.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
I»r.
W.
H.M.PHILIP,
D.
C. JOHNSTON,' M. D„
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Offices: FIRST NATIONAL BANE BLOCK.
HOPE, N. 1.
J. McMAHON,
|^. LAWYER
HOPE., N. DAK.
S. SHIPPYJ
ATTORR'EY-AT-LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
HOPE -. .F. N. DAK.
L. C?AEPENTEK,
^Si$Yu
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
REAI ESTATE & COLLECTIONS^
FINLEY,. N. D.
II. 1. STANDLEY J. Y. GILMOKE,
'STANDLEY & G1LM0RE,
G®HE€TI©N AGENCY
Correspondence SoEtclted.
References: Hope State Bank
First National Bank
HOPE, NORTH DA OTA
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WE WILL GUARANTEE
ALL OTTB WORK TO BE
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
HORSESHOEING A SPECIALTY.—X
fh
J. K. IOSLYX.
H. H. FULLMERl
Tilt JEWELER
JEWELRY,
WATCHES,
CLOCKS
SILVERWARE.
REPAIRING and ENGRAVING
R. R. FISCHER,
The Sl}oen)aKer,
Is prepared to do all work
in his line. Repairing a spec
ialty. Give him a ,call.
HOPE, -v N. DAK.,
The New Policies
'V" ——OF THE
MIIT8/A1 LIFE INSURANCE
Company of New York,
Are the Most liberal Written.
B. C. SHAW, Special
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PHYSICIAN AND SUKGECN.
Residence first house wbst of the Meth
odist church.
HOPE, N. DAK.
times.
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special attention.
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3\ lb. /IbcCoUom,
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Hefe Roller MIHs.
Merchahjt arid Exchange Work
All grades of flour and feed in o.ch at all
divers, Jfeeb an5 Sale Stable
1bope, IRovtb H)aftota.
fftne Huvnouts. Ga eful ©vivera
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OUR BACON is Cheap at
BOLOGNA good enough for any one
at
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I. W. STANDLEY
Auctioneer.
Persons who wish my ser
vice as auctioneer will please
bear in mind that I will be
away from home until Feb.
20th and you can make dates
and full arrangements at the
First National Bank in per
son or by phone.
I am yours for business
cts. Come in and try it. We
want all the business we can get.
2E 50 11). lots of sait pork at Ten
Cents a Pound.
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the best quality.
PORK SAUSAGE, in casein^ or bulk
at 1 cts. is a Bargain. 0
LARD at 12^4 cts. cannot be bought at
any place as cheap, considering the
excellent quality.
cts. and
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UNION 9
IeieDhe|c Line-1
COMMUNICATING WITH
Sherbrooke, Portland, $
Mayville, Roseville,
Aneta, Finley, Page, $
Clifford, and the Wallace
and Cassell Farnis.
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Transact your business 9
by Telephone. Protnpt ser- 0
0 vice, 25 cents to all points. A
5 Hope Office: At Central, ft
First National Bank Block.,

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