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1-t.Cl'kK & KEENE, Publishers.
Official I^o'.TBpaper of Steele County.
THURSDAY, JAN 28. 1904.
THE PURE FOOD LIST.
What. ho! Have you rciul the poor food list
Subscribed and \voin to by the stato chum is t,
In the soup tureen
Anil here: thick on the gay sardine.
Oh, never a food should you dare to eat
liut you ve cheeked It oil on the poor-food sheet
For the poor-food tract
Ami tho pure-food act
"Will keep your di-ges-tlon intact.
Tray cut It out and paste it up
"Where you may read as you dine or sup,
Then when you pass
The meat or siiss
"You can see If its down in tho poor-food class.
There's saccharine in the jelly sweet,
Formaldehyde the potted meat,
l'roni what I ve seen
And read. 1 ween
They paint canned veas to keep tliehi yrren.
Oh. man. o:f proud, your roast and stew
The animals don't envy you,
For not the ass
He eats las irvass
And knowns it's all in the pure-food class!
—Foley, in Bismarck Tribune.
Notice '.s hereby Riven that oa Satur
day, tliu 20tn d«y of February.A. 1). ItOi
MD'i'leuiioii will be held at the Town
Ball in the Village of Hope, County of
hteele, Scute of North Dakota, for the
purpose of determining upon the quest
ion of tho issuing of Bonds by Hope
Specal School District to the amount
of S17,000.00 said bonds to run 20 years
and to be issued for the purchase of a
school hou-c\ site, the erection of a
Bchool building thereon and for funding
The polls will be opened at 9 oV'nek
a. in., and closed at 4 o'clock p. m. of that
Dalel:it Hope, No Dak, this 23th
day of January A. D. 1004.
T!y Order of the Poard of Education of
Hope rpocial .School District.
WATSON E. BOISE, Clerk.
(Too lata for last week.)
Geo. Long and Harold Johnson
were passengers to Fargo on
Tuesday, to attend the Grain
S B. Shaner and Arne Krogh
drove to Anefca Sunday afternoon
and returned in the evening
through the storm.
The Dancing Club gave their
first dance of the season last Fri
day evening. The crowd was
not very large, but a pleasant
time was had.
The debate which was to have
taken yiace under the M. TV. A.
lodge on Tuesday evening was
postponed one week because of
the mcleinnncy of the weather.
Last Thursday evening the
M. B. A. lodge gave an Oyster
Supper to a select crowd. The
Supper was fine and greatly ap
preciated by those who were so
fortunate as to receive an invita
tion. After supper had been
partaken or by ail, the tables
were moved back and some
speeches made. Mr. Edmunds
of Jamestown was present and
told the object of the lodge, rates
etc. L. O. Harmon made a few
remarks and told the company
that they had been invited there
to be persuaded to join the lodge.
J. M, Johnson followed Mr. Har
mon with some very pertinent
remarks. After the speeches
dancing ana cards were enjoyed
until near midnight when the
company dispersed thanking
their hosts for a very pleasant
Sharon people enjoyed a dra
matic treat Saturday evening
when J. Frank Fouche appeared
at the Presbyterian Church
under the auspices of the Liter
ary Society and greeted a well
•filled house, Mr. Fouche held
his audience well, for two hours.
His repertoire was varied enough
Jo please all tasts. Mr. Fouche
lias a fine voice lends itself read
ily to different tones. The Liter
ary is to be congratulated upon
^securing so good an entertainer
,and should Mr. Fouch returned
14 to Sharon lie may be certain of a
Notice For Publication.
'Deiartmeht of the Interior. Land Office at
j'A ,Faj*o, N. P., January 20th, 1904.
Notice is hereby piven that the
(Mttler han filed notice of his Intention to make
.comnuitation iinal proof in support of hLi clnim.
•y'( and that said pronf will be made bofnt-e William
.l'*nsot) Ww ft County Coi rt, at Valley City
N* Data, on JlarcU 10th 1904, viz:
W JOHN O. REILI-V,
K. E. No. 24498 for the N. of NE. of Sec. 12,
5P»vp. 143. N, JLt. fSW., 5 P. M.
ft-J? lfe names -the follwinsr witnesses to prove his
^©miueous'residence upon and i:ult!vation of
said lao'l, viz: Bishiui' Uasmusiwn, o' Da/ey.'N.
OlIver'Toddi oi Welnia, N. .Dalt., James
and JoJ. Moore of Dazuv, N. Dak.
V'/. .' ..C.:C. ScilUYLEH
Call on him for
Report of Uie Condition of
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
nt Hope. In the State of North Dakota at the
close of business Jan. 32nil. 1904.
Loans and discounts $
Overdrafts secured and unsecured...
II. S. imls to secure circulation
banking house, furniture-'lmMixtures
liue From State ilHiika and Bankers..
Due from auproved reserve agenta..
Ch'-cKs ami other cash items
Notes of other National Banks
Fractional paper currency, nickels
f.tiwfnl Money reserve In Bank, viz:
Specie ...$ 3,543 80
Legal-tender notes SOOJ OJ
KedempMon fund with D. S. Treasur
er (5 per ceot of circulation)
Items la Ttanslt
notice ol School Election ^UtUWUWUIUUIUUlUIUtSUiWUUUUUUWUlUtUUUUU
Capital stock paid In $
Undivided profits, less expenses and
National Bank notes outstanding..
IndlvidUHl deposits subject to check.
Demand certificates of deposit
Time ceitlflcatps of deposit
Cci tilled Checks?
.S179 899 08
70 440 21
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25lh day
of January iwo-l.
!t?iv.i.) A. T. WAm
Sly Commission explroa Aug. 6, l'«)7.
J. P. Pi'ckerjecl: 1
C. D.Brown, Directors.
J. 1'. Brow a. I
STATU OF NORTH DAKOTA, I
County of Steele, t"
In District Court,
Third Judicial District.
\V. P.. Mlkels, l\aintlir
E. C. Brimmer anil ,1. W. McKown. anil alt other
l'uivons Unknown claiming an lutore*t or
J'.state in. or Lien or incumbrance upon tl.e
l'.-operty duscriiied in tiiu Complaint, and thu
Unknown llelrs. iieieudan
Tii» State of North Dakota to tl'.o aiiove named
Vou are iieri'by sunininnc'l In ntr.wcr the Coni
p'.uun in ilil.s action audio .survc a copy of yoi
:i,i.,v.ur itjion ihn Miliscrliter within thirty days
iifuM- tlio service of tiiiK Miuiiuon.s upon you. ex
I till .i\e of the diiy of aervlct- and in ca..e of your
laiiiirc to up:'i-i:r or ant.wer judgement wiil he
t.tiw'i! against you hy default for tile relief de
'hded in tilt- Complaint.
Dated this llthday cf January A. D. 1904.
P. W. AMUiS.
llesidence anil l'ost Office Address,
Mayvllie, North Dakota.
The complaint In the action entitled in tlio
foregoing summons was filed Jan. 22nd liHM, in
tho office of me Clerk of tlio District Court cf
Steele County, h, D.
F. W. AMES.
43-43 riaintill's Attornoy.
lieport of the condition of
THE HOPE STATE BANK
Rt. Hope In the State of North Dakota at tho close
of business Jan. 2-ind. 19J4.
Loans and discounts S 50 342 30
Oveidrafts seeurMl and unsecured. i,su 74
Warrants, stocks, tax certificates,
claims, etc., 308 25
Bankti'K house, furuiiuie and fix
wifs..i 4,169 12
ic I rem other hunks 9,134 13
riiecks and other Cash Items 442 07
Casil.. 2,808 50 12,3*4 70
Capital stock paid In $
Undivided profits, less expenses and
Individual deposits aui-Jdct
to check 9 24,306 14
Deuinad certificates of de
posit 4.435 5J
Time certificates or deposit, 14,528 86
Notes and bUla re-discounted
Total 69,016 11
State of North Dakota,
County of Steele
I. w.E.Boise, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is tiue to the best or my knowledge and
belief. W. E. BOISB. Cflfthter
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th
day of Jan. 19.N. A. WaitxKR,
Notary Public. Steele Co., N. D.,
My commli8lon expires March. 26th 1909.
Correct, Attest: \V. H. M. PHILIP,
y. S. UILUORB,
c, s. M,9OSE^
1 Dealer In
The Hammer Gang and Disc PLOWS Mitchell 3
WAGONS and TANKS i"
The Heine Self$Feeder
Cuts the bands from the bottom. All rotary motion, simple
and easy running. Guaranteed to give satisfaction.
GEO. A. LUCE,
Ma al.a tr.it Elc'g.
Eougflit and sold for cash or carried on reasonable!
margins, upon which a commission willtocchargcd
of Ys on grain Vi on stocks and Ye on Dax.
Write for our market letter and private
telegraph cipher— mailed free.
Ship Your Grain To Us.
Prompt Returns. Best Facilities.
Liberal Advances. Usual Commissions.
state of North Dakota,»
County of Steele, fSB
I. J. J). Brown, Cashier of the above-named
bank, do solemnly swear tluit the above state
ment Is true to the best uf my knowledge and be
.T. I) Br.owv. Cashier.
For a farm or ranch, call on
F. D. Woodwortb.
Please remember that the Hope
Creamery Company will run all
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. Epworth League Sun
day at 6:45 p. m. Everybody
Dwight I Rousb, pastor.
ALSO PURIFIES THE BLOOD.
Don't become discouraged. There Is a cure for you. If necessary write Dr. Fenner.
Be lias spent a lifetime curing just such cases as yours. All consultations aro FREE.
Had all the Symptoms
of Brlght's Disease.
Sold by Druggists, 60c. and $1. Get Oook Book and Treatise on
the Kidneys—FREE. M. M. Fenner, M. D., Fredonia, N. Y.
O S A E
j.-?:"'i -. iv.-:: •. •v V¥: 5
6 and 7 ft. HODGES
10 and 12 ft. KING
Binders, Mowers &
HOPS, _L M. OAK,
Office phone No. 37. llesidence phone No 60.
(3 C. JOHNSTON, M. D.,
»M 1'HYSTCIAN AND SOBGEON.
Offices: FIKST NATIONAL BANK BLOCK.
HOI'E, K. D.
IIorE, N DAS.
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
I^A L. CAEPENTKR,
He has the Best rg
On the Market.
REAL ESTATE & COLLECTIONS.
FINLEY, N. D.
IU 1. STANDLEY JT Y. OIIFMORB.
STANDLEY & GILMORE,
eterences: Hope State Bank
a First National Bank
3CPE NORTH DA OTA
All Diseases of the
kidneys, bladder, and
Also heart disease,
gravel, dropsy, female
Mr. I. N. Poole, proprietor of one
of the best barber shops in Muncie,
Ind., has words of praise for Dr. Ten
ner's Kidney and Backache Cure. He
writes Dr. Fenner
."I have taken several bottles oiyour Kidney
and Backache Curo, have need many other'
kinds of so-calied kidney cures, hut nono aro to
be compared v.'ith Dr. M. M. Fennel's, as all
others have failed and Dr. Fenner's has com
pleted a cure. I had been troubled with kid
ney diseaso for many months some doctors
thought I had Dright's Disease as I had all the
symptoms, but I took your advice and now I
am a well man. You may send* all who
doubts to me and I will convince them that
Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure is a
genuine healing and curative Remedy."
PHILIP, M. D.
PH\ SICIAM AND SUKGBGK.
/J* S JP$
MAKE IT HOT FOR
Nearly 43 ype.ru erpericnce
in stove building has over
come all heating difficulties
and if your stoves are Jewels
you are comfortable from
parlor to kitchen
than common stover, \rhy
risk buying any other?
WB WILL TALK STOVES All
LONG AS THBY ARB NBSDEM
AND ASK YCU TO CALL.
HOPE, N. D.
The New Policies
W^TDAL LIFE INSURANCE
Gcmpany of New York,
Are the Most liberal Written.
B. C. SHAW, Special Ateat.
Hope Roller Mills,
Merchant and Exchange. Work.
All grades of flour and feed in stock at all
times. Grist grinding for farmers receives
%SeS:S66e&:&6t:66-:6 ee 666gi6&:&:&:6f&:ig:eeeg-:g-:<S
]feeb an5 Sale Stable.
Ibope, Worth ©aftota.
fine Xtuvnouts. Ca cful Wxivcid,
OUR BACON is Cheap at 13 cts. and
the best quality.
PORK SAUSAGE, in casein or bulk
at 10 cts. is a Bargain.
LARD at 12^ cts. cannot be bought at
any place as cheap, considering the
BOLOGNA good enough for any One
at 1 cts. Come in and try it. We
want all the business we can get.
2B aild 50 lb. lotS of Salt Pork at Ten
Cents a Pound,
lb. !b. Baker, iptop.
R. R- FISCHER, 5
Is prepared to do all work
in his line. Repairing-a spec
ialty. Give him a call.
Special for 30 Days.
FREE—-Send your nam^ and
address and vou will receive by
mail, postpaid, IS selected pop
ular songs'and music.
CHICAGO FLAVORING Co.
Michigan Aye. and 22d St., Chi
cago, IU, -rfcv
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