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PIONEER VOLUME 22,
Land
Sales!
Land
Sales!
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YOU WILL FIND
The Best Poison Fly Paper
The Best Sticky FlyPaper
The Best Insect Powder
The Best Bed Bug Poison
The Best Mixed P&ist
The Best White Lead
The Best Paint Oil
The Best Varnishes
The Best Perfumes
be 8§§t Face Lption
The Best Toilet Fowde?
The Best Tablets*
The Best Writing Paper
The Best Place to Trade
AT
Wamberg & Jacobson,
The Druggists
WILL SOON
COMMENCE.
WILL SOON
COMMENCE.
North Dakojta Lan) and Loan €$«
A. T. WflF^D. Manager,
The Hop# Restaurant.
2 Cell iff aj J&e Railroad Eafty* HoVse for a fffiqfl MyAjr..
I »®*We majke
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Specialty
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If you want to sell your farm, come in and
list it. We cannot sell it unless you list it.
If you want to sell your farm, come in and
list it. We cannot sell it unless you list it.
P$ You Want to Re^t Farm
P$ You Want to Re^t Farm
ff sp} ^opie ja an.d jve caji you qu,t. ,^Ve!
glap ip^.ufanc:e in .tjljie ol^ reliable
FfKjE MASfNp.
ff sp ^opie ja an.d jve caji you qu,t. ,^Ve!
glap ip^.ufanc:e in .tjljie ol^ reliable
FfKjE MASfNp.
Of fUgplar
/Meals, jsvil^i
TUB PBS? ffLApjS jfi jtowp fo hfjy fruits,
C#Pflli*e8. ?ojb#cc,os #ud S,oft prints.
fCE in .ji.uan.tili.cj3 f^r phu£oh Socials
#pd F#jxji\y JJge a S^ec^alty.
We Are Net
3^
Rooms.
E, WIL§@M.
But we want to close out our stock jSwgg3,es_, ^d in order
to do thi3, we will sei! them during Au-gnst & prig§§ ^9 you
can't afford to walk,
If you are thinking of getting a Buggy aww ymif tirae.
We don't handle "Cheap Buggies" but we can sell ymi &
"Good Buggy Cheap.
Lathrop & Lunding, Hope, N. Dakota
20, HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA. AUGUST 20 1903.
Electricity
in the Practice
riedicine.
While Dr. Johnston was east
taking post-graduate work this
summer, he became interested
in the advances made during1 the
:ast few years in electro-thera
peutics so much so that he spent
a good share of his time in inves
tigating- the newer methods.
Being ever desirous of furnish
ing hisv numerous patients with
the very best and most up-to
date methods of {reatifleRt,
being gQfltUpped Pf tlie great and
grpwing usef#infS!sof eJegtrieity
ip the practise of medicine
suppry, he, at eonsiderable ex*
pense, procured a complete out
fit of appliances for the adminis
tration of static, galvanic and
Farradic electricity, including
ttieRgptgpq
gepgrating afld pataphoretjc out
fits} so that he is thoroughly
equipped \q Hweeessfwliy ti«eat
all manner of diseases in a most
scientific and up-to-date manner.
Dr. Johnston is deserving of a
gre^t deal of credit for bis ef
fM-'tito Maths ver-v best in
ffrgHte of tr-eatment* and real'
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Rep.? vtamUy are
fortunate in having access
to so
complete an outfit
1 W^ among others, have called
and inspected the doctor's-new
appliices, and were botlj sur
prise) and please^ at their c'oni-
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pletef^ss.
The'octor tells us, and dem
onstratd it, too, that the X-ravs
are vry useful in examining
bones relate their usefulness
to one mother, these powerful
rays radering. all thfe"bbfees
plainly •is^ible, even through a
plasterast and bandages.
We akise all who can and are
interest! to call on the doctor
.andha^him explain the possi
bilities*: of modern electrical
kn'6WleW'ks a!ti aid "to' magical
"p'i-dlc
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VHAS. N. NORTHROP.
NOTICE OF TEAC^^^'
EXM^NATJjO^.'
A teache exAfA^twn,
held at my^ce
^03, beginy^^t l^a. m.
Normal sidings accepted in
ieu of examition in any branch
if the standrs are 89 and less
llian three ys old.
Those
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PRIMARY CICR-
TIKICATES wr me for informa
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tion.
.pated at SJbrook, N. D. this
itn day of Aust 1903.
T. ^asselnui.sk
Co. ^vt* ^hools.
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Colgate Items.
Dan McCarthy is building a
new barn.
The livery stable is taking on
anew roof.
Mr. and Mrs. Vance and son
spent two days in Fargo last
week.
Miss Lyman, our former
teacher, is visiting Miss Julia.
Wakeman.
Mi's, J. A- YanEusen,of Hope,
and Mrs. Young, of Pittsburg,
Pa., and children, werethe guests
Qf Mrs. Badger,
The St. Anthony elevator has
had a crew at work the past week
putting a new foundation under
their bouse here,
fcrotaem S.
Pf battle Qreek, Michi­
gan. is visiting here and taking
in th^ hgrvestinff and threshing.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen and son,
who have been visiting Mr, and
Mrs. George Cole, have returned
to their home in Courtlat^, I{. "V,
Mr*. ^Pyler-, brother of Mrs.
H. S. Curry, left for his home in
Minnesota last Friday, after a
pleasant visit among friends and
relatives.
Mr, Furlong's threshing ou,^-.
fit started wes^ ^oi^ay morning
& job. but were cut
short by the heavy shower
Monday evening.
Dan McCarthy is to succeed
Mr. Getman as hustler for the
Cargill abator. We pre^t,
ati
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A tte tid ^ar.n^e^!—^ faa,vj jjoyv
,ThomasU at a bargain,
$17 each
{Also one 12 ft. McCor
"mick tiestr and a lot of second
.hand matfiery. If \'ou want a
liu Irl 0v
barga.n a on me.
J^QTIOE OF SALE OF
SCHOOL HOUSES.
By a majority vote of the citi
zens of Broadlawn township at a
special election held at the Dist
rict Clerk's office Satty-^y,
25tb, 1903 it was ^ecijd^' tjo 'se.il
V?®. scIrqoJi houses
W Thf school houses
a.^ designated as No.
2,
^o. 5, No, 4, and No. $, and lo
a® follows No. 2on sw cor
ner of Sec. 4 No. 3 on ne corner
of Sec. 11 No. 4 on se corner of
Sec. 29 No. 5 on nw corner of
Sec. 25 and out buildings A^l,
in township number 1.4^4,'
Steele County.' &orth DaJaj
J.
l«tete
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99«tfV-wAv
Diirwtars
township, at
this 1st day of
•attgwst 1903 upon motion decided
to offer the above enumerated
property for sale upon the fol
lowing terms and conditions:
We will accept separate sealpd,
buildings Idimmng..' school
to,i ft'clack
p.
dr^'Aug. 22 1903.
Bids must be cash or
ift
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securety on ninety
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QasoTine Stoves
Qasoline Ovens
Lawn flowers
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a,
successful career, (p.r the new
elevaturman.
Church service at the hall Sab
bath morning at 11 o'clock a. m.
and Sunday-school at 12 m. Y.
P.S.C.E.in evening at 8. Kyerj
body cor^ialil:y 1^4. ^ygust
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I ?.• wiU be a spe,
9-^^ Swbgjecl ^Our
Granger-."
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bids for each school building and' -5i§ Yow choice of any Spring and Summer Hat
separate sealed
"bias /or!' t,h&
0^t'ImE
M, Sat-
approAed
days time and
must so state and
must be filed
in Dist. Clerksoffice,at
o£ J. E. Knight S. E.
residence
corner
Sec. I
28 on or before Sat. Aug 22,1^3.
The Board of Du"Qc£prs re
serves the right tb.^jVct,apy or,
all bids.
Date^S^kxiBy Aug
W
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1st 1903.
MBresher J. E. Knight
President. Clerk.
18-20
M. C. PRBSSIY, ACS12NT FOR
ENTERPRISE STEAM LA XT'
^MINNEAPOLIS, WILL
t,ows: August.
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Vi/ HARRISON'S READY
MIXED PAINTS
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We have the most complete line of builders' hardware
in town.
Eave Troughing and Pump Work a Specialty.
ay Eaye Troughing and Pump Work a Specialty.
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PEPPER & KEENE, PUBLISHERS
NOTICE! 1
The HOPK CREAMICRY is now running and is pre
pared to take milk or cream in any quantity: We pay
three cents less New York price of butter for butter
fat delivered at the station. All milk or cream shipped
via Great Northern Railroad will receive our careful
attention and cans will be returned at our expense.
Give 11s a trial and be convinced that you can get more
money for your butter fat than you ever did before.
& SMITH'
FOR YOUR
E)aii
Ks Rotary Washers
Ice Cream Freezers
Poultry Netting
Our Discount Sale
Ouf large Stock
has been a success. During the last 30 days we have dis- 12
posed of 56 Spring and Summer Suits. This leaves
with no old goods to show you.

II easts you no more
Fall and Winter ClotWw,»B
readv tor your inspection. It would be- a pleas
ure for us to show you through o-vir lines before
you buy your fall suit.
All new nobby svuui exclusive patterns made up in
the hei(£b.1iisf fashion.
to buy new up-to-date
clothing than it does to buy old shop worn goods.
The celebrated Kohn liros. Clothing has no
equal it fits perfectly. You will be correct anc^
stylish dressed in one of our nobby suits.
Before you buy SHOES look at our new Fatt Lteje.
of $3.50 and ?4tQQ "WALK-OVER".
The most durable, best notct Most St3'lish
§hfe-for the Money in AMERICA.
We are showing fc&frttke New Nobbv Shapes
in FALL IIATS...
^itwette in Black and Brown at $3.00.
imiported Crown Hats in Blaok, Brown, Gray a
we have in
the s.tore at ACTUAL COST,
^etl .v°u want up«to-datc GeCittt^Kurnishings go to
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