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Wk aS'.MSS JriH ft? HOPE, PEPPBJi fc KEENE, Publishers. Official Newspaper of Steele County. P«r Year, In advance Six Months ^j'r' I ~W- SUBSCRIPTION HATES: $1.50 .75 Entered at the post office at Hope, North Da ^^kota, as second class matter. S A A N 1 1 1 9 0 4 1 I. Geo. H. Iseminger has severed his connection with Anamoose. Progress. We have not learned what he expects to do. The editorials in the Grand Forks Herald some way seem more forceful since Editor Win ship's retirement from public .office. Ruth Cleveland the "Baby Ruth" of the White House, the oldest daughter of ex-President Cleveland, died last Friday of diphtheria. The complicity of the Russian government in the Jewish massa cres of some months ago having been abundantly proved, thatgov ernment seems to be preparing for a new series of slaughters of the same sort, Russia, by her treatment of her own' subjects and her utter lack of faith in dealing with other peo pies, is fast placing herself en tirely outside what is called "the comity of nations" and making herself so generally detested that Japan or any other power which went to war with her to resist her aggressions would command the sympathy of the civilized world. She is the world, enemy, and the world is waking to the fact.— Pioneer Press. Our issue of last week contain ed an article on rural mail car rier's salary and a suggestion that the patrons of the routes show their appreciation of the service in ways substantia]. Some of the patrons have done enough already. They agreed at the start to furnish a wagon for the carrier and have besides added $200. to the. salary paid by the government, making the salary now $800. \Y make this statement in justice to those who have labored so assidiously for rural delivery. However we do not recede from our original posi tion that the salary paid is inade quate and that there are many on the routes who could show their appreciation of the rural service in substantial ways with out material injury to themselves. Our city friends often speak of ths many advantages they have which their country neigh bors do not enjoy. Yes, the Times has noticed for some time a number of those advantages. The city people have the advant age of walking several miles to work during a street car strike. They have the advantage of con veying their dead to the cemetery in a dray or coal wagon during a drivers' strike. They drink water and chalk labeled milk and eat stray dogs and refuse pork under the guise of sausage. Their beef and mutton is embalm ed and their Christmas turkey costs them 35 cents a pound. For butter they eat prepared beef tallow, and smile when they pay 80 ceats a dozen for packed eggs of the vintage of'1902. They are frequently releived of their money ,'and valuables by accommodating footpads when returning home late and get squeezed into street cars like sardines in a bos. If they want a breath of pure air a bit of nature unspoiled by met ropolitan distraction or a drink of limpid spring water, they have to go into the country to get it. Yes, our city friends do enjoy a great many advantages, which we of the country do not, but how many of us would trade?—St Thomas Times. NOTICE. I have just opened a branch gallery at Tower City and will be Absent from here next Monday imd Tuesday, :8P- J- Harness, Call on him for pro—- .,.,y anything WANJPED M' l^TlW flr. •«s- LINE. Vii- ir .':l o— iS9—' C2*-— Jll- j* «£s*— c8»*— a:i West End Irnplsrnient Hall A. M- McLaughlin was a Fargo visitor last week. ,' C. &. -Moores returned Friday from a business trip to Duluth. School work witt be resumed in all the grades next Monday. J. F. Lossing was down from Finley on business Saturday. J. E. La sham was over from Hillsboro Saturday on business. A bouncing baby girl was born to Rodrick and S. J. Danskin returned Sun day via. Tower City from ,a short business} trift to Iowa." J. C. and Mrs. Dorrance and sister, Aiiss barah Dorrance, visited relatives at Buffalo SunJ day. The Baker-Harrington Co-, the second number on the K. P. Course, at the Opera House, Jan. 16'. Miss Mabel Warner went to Casselton Saturday returning in the evening with Mrs. J. A. Warner. H\ Mrs- J. A W&rner'-'arrived Sat urday from^jjfpkey called here by the iilness of her sister, Mrs. Tiiuriow. The Hope Creamery Company pays 3 cts. under die top price oi JNTew York butter for butter fat.' 32tf. .. w--' Geo. MsCai-ijty returiie^ Friday from a visit-Witt^ relatives in b. Dak. He'^has' a position with Lathrop & Lunding. Mrs. T'hurlow has been quite seriously ill with scarlet lever but we are pleased to oe able to. announce taat sJje.is. aow im^rov-: ntr. We publish the Commissioners proceedings in full this week, i'hey are lengthy this time ow ing to the extra business of the annual meeting. At the annual meeting held last Saturday officers for the Hope State Bank were elected as fol lows: J. E. Lasham, Pres., Geo. A. Warner, Vice-Pres* and pionecri^miwm!n?nmm?nwmrm»mw!nmt?nrnm?!mn!mm^ The Heine JABS. Friday. Fresh milch cows for sale. Phone James Dorrance, W. E. Boise, Cashier. We had the opportunity last we ?k of contracting to i'un'. a grist of Patent medecine locals that wOuld net us about one half cent per line. A careful scrutiny of oar columns "Wiiil reveal- the" fact that we are'not runing them. There was .a family reunion' at tlie home of: Laor and Mrs. King last Thursday Jan. 7th, the oc casion being the seventy-second birthday, of Mr. King, 4-mong those present were J. W. and Mrs. King arid W. W. and Mrs. King of Towier/£ity, J. W. and Wrs. Wakeman of Colgate and A. J. and MES. KiriU and'-fe J, and Mrs. Harness of L:is place* With this 3s ie discard our ,,patent inside$' 'w4ii8*h %e 'hav& l*an about a y?ar, nnd^ get out six pages only all liojrie^int. We have inproved- o.ur^erv-L ml will give each weel^' several c.. umns of up to date news matter We feel that this will give better satisfaction than the news service given by the patents much of eo. ft- iuce v* Dealer In£ tahinery. -ii. TEie Hammer (san§ and Disc "PLOWS WM0NS TANSiS aiid •V^V*WWWV%WVW^V*WW%*.! Cuts the bands from the bottom. All rotary motion, simple and easy running. Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Main Office, Manhattan Bltig. si. pavl, m/m McKay last farm, 40ft GEO. A. LUCE, 1 CHICAGO. MINNEAPOLIS. Dealers In Stocks, ©raisa, Provisions Bought and soldforcashor carried on reasonable margins, upon which a commission will becharged of o'1 ffram on stocks and on flax. Private Wires. Write for our market letter and private telegraph cipher—mailed free. Ship Your Grain To Us. Prompt Returns. Eest Facilities. Liberal Advance?. Usual Commissions. BRANCH OFFICE RUGG BUILDING. PHONE NO. 140 •Hope,, North Dakota. DULUTH WINNIPEG Please'remember that the Hope Creamery. Company will run all winter. 32tf. At M. E. Church: Preaching services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30p. m. Sunday school at. 12 m Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Epvvorth League Sun day at 6 45 p. m. Everybody iwelcome. Dwight I Roush, pastor. I I. DR. FENNERJS AND ALSO PURIFIES THE BLOOD. Don't become discouraged. Tfcere is a euro for you. IP nedess'ary wrlto Dr. Fenner. He lias spent a Jifutiino^curingjaat su'cli bases as yours. All consultations are FREE. He has the Best HARV^STING 3 MACHINERY On the Market, Z25 6 and 7 ft. HODGES QUEEN. 10 and 12 ft. KING Binders, Mowers & Rakes. Mitchell W«if .5 viifc: PROFESSIONAL CARDS. WH.M. PHILIP, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SUXGECN. HOPE. N. DAK. Office phone No. 37. Residence phone No 60. Mn C. JOHNSTON, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offices: FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLOCK. HOPE, J. McMAHON, N. D. LAWYER HOPE,. N DAK. QB S. SHIPPY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC, HOPE L. CAEPENTER, all the Symptoms of Bright's Disease. &ol& by Druggists, 50c. and $1. Get Cook Book and Treatise on the Sidneys—FREE. M. M. Fenner, M. D., Fredonia, N. Y. FOR SALE BY........ f.t N. DAK. ATTORNEY- AT-LAW. REAL ESTATE & COLLECTIONS. FINLEY, N. D. H. 1. STANDLEV J, Y. GILMORE. STANDLEY&GILMORE, C0LIEC710N AGENCY Correspondence Solicited. eferences: Hope State Bank First National Bank 3 OPE NORTH DA OTA All Diseases of the kidneys, bladder, and urinary organs. A]so heart disease, "rheumatism, backache, gravel, dropsy, female troubles.. V. -yy. te. I. N. Poole, proprietor of one of the best barber shops in Muncie, In has words of praise for Dr. Feh ne^s Kidney and Backache Cure. He writes Dr. Fenner "I-bave taken several bottles of your Kidney and "ftackacho Cure, have used many other kinds of so-called kidney cures, but none are to be compared with Dr. M. M. Tenner's, as all others have failed and Dr. Fenner's has com pleted a cure. I had been trouble^ with kid ney disease for many months some doctors thought I had Bright's Disease as I had all the symptoms, but I took your advice and now I am a well man. You may send all who doubts to me and I will convince them that Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure is a genuine healing and curative Remedy." es MAKE IT HOT FOB COLD FOLKS N?atty -40 veers experience in gtovc biiilcling has over come all 1)catir.g difficulties, and it' your stoves are Jewels ycu are comfcrtabls from parler to kitcliea. th".n coaimon stoves, why rijii buying any other? WE WILL TALK STOVES A! I LONG AS THEY ARE NEEDEd ftNO A3K YOU TO CALL. HcCOLLOM, HOPE, N. D. The New Policies MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE Are the fi tMiSESTStDltPU*! W \Thei Merchant and Exchange Work. All grades of flour and feed in stock at a//1 times. Grist grinding for farmers receives special attention. 1 £&&&&:6 6e68:&&:&:&:66:g-:66-:§i6&S:efe6©e g«-:e & Dottrence Ifeeb anfc Sale Stable. Ibope, IRortb ©aftota. 3fine turnouts, Cajefut 2)dvcvs. OUR BACON is Cheap, at 13 cts. and. the. best quality. PORK SAUSAGE, in casein^ or bulkV at 10 cts. is a Bargain. LARD at 12}4 cts. cannot be bought at any place as cheap, considering the'. excellent quality, 1 .. BOLOGNA good enougli fo%.any orie at 10 cts.v Come in and itry it. We want all the business we can get. 28 &fid SO lb. lotS of Salt Pork, at Ten Cents a Pound. lb. lb. SSaker, prop. THE- York, Company of New Mast liberal Written. SHAW, Special Aientr 'i 1 arket, R. R. FISCHER, The SljoenjaKer, Is prepared to do all work in his line. Repairing a spec ialty. Give him a call., O E I N A Special for 30 Days. FREE—Send n'- your namean4|l address and^ you will receive b^Jj mail, postpaid, 15 selected pop* ular songs and music. CHICAGO FLAVORING CO. Micbig-an.Aye. and 22 St., Chi cago, 111, iy? 'T.