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•/fVi": 1 PlQftEER VOLUME 23, IAT t'l II I $ Ud -V A I 1 -T 4 ".: I 1 No .•. 6. Formal de hyde IS WHAT WE e^J r^s That Will Stand The TEST. We Guarantee that Formaldehyde we sell if properly used will kill Smut on WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY and a| :H*FLAX..." i. •*H?W Our New Stock of Wall Paper Wamberg Jacobson, The Druggists t^r t$a t^a t^a CAN \f: (Jtreshermen and the Public.. Having recently purchased the machine shop, lousiness, good will, etc., formerly owned and operat ed by the Ebeling Machine Co., we take pleasure in informing the threshermen and public that we are l:- now in a,position to do all kinds of /VVaehine Repairing -i TKSS.W. Just In. Come in and look over the Newest and Latest Designs. fa -ifa tfa Land Is Wealth! taf" thriving Community. C. E. Warner Land Co.' QUARTERS HAZEL S. D. Branch Office/ HOPE, N. DAK. and we trust that if you have an engine or separator or any other machine that needs repairing that you jwiH caU'aiiid let Us figure on your work. It will be-the •. endeavor of the new firm to treat all custoihers,in a •, business-like manner at all tinges- We are Respectfully Yours, REYNOLDS & EBELING MACHINISTS AND BOILER MAKERS. HOPE. N. D. ,/Av\:/ «MK N ^«5tf 'V t^a E&? & &- Si j-'"'1' & Dft'KOTft- ip roved 'arms lid Lands Stock ranches. ^———ea——————»• Write Us or Ccme and See Us A $1.50 sj&a "Kit .AW W A County Convention Sherbrooke, N. D. May 11, 04. Republican County Convention to elect delegates to the various State and Judicial District Con ventions was called to order at 11 o'clock A. M. by T. G. Ander son, Chairman of the County Central Committee, who read the call. On motion of Mr. Slingsby Samuel L. Linn was elected tem porary Chairman, and on motion of S. H. Nelson M. B. Cassell was elected temporary Secretary. On motion of Mr. Murray a committee of three on creden tials was appointed by the Chair as follows: O. H. Olson, Geo. A. Monteith and Henry Palfrey. On motion of Mr. Murray a committee of three was appoint ed on permanent organization, as follows: A. R. Baker, F. R. Rundell and H. J. Rindy. On motion of Mr. Murray a committee of five on Resolutions was appointed by the Chair as follows: A. T. Ward, Geo. Slingsby, D. E. Tufts, W. L. Car penter and W. E. Elliott. On motion of Mr. John Palfrey a committee of three on Order of Business was appointed by the Chair as follows: Geo. Murray, John Palfrey and E. O. Keene. On motion of Mr. Rundell it was carried that republicans pre sent from precincts "that held no caucus should be entitled to re present said precinct in the con vention. On motion of Mr. Munray the Convention. took a recess until two o'clock. At two o'clock the convention reassembled pursuant to ad journment. The reports of the several committees were receiv ed and adopted. H. T. Helgeson of Milton, a prominent candidate for gover nor, was present and, addressed the convention. In a few well chosen remarks he outlined his position relative to state affairs. Summed up in a few words it is this: Opposition to the prevail ng gang rule good clean politics he enactment of a primary elec tion law opposition to the unit rule in the State Conventions and a strict enforcement of the pro libitory law- After Mr. Helgeson's speech the convention proceeded to the election of delegates. It was decided to elect six delegates from the floor of the convention instead of from com missioner districts The following were elected elegates to the convention at Grand Forks on the first ballot: R. Rundell, D. E. Tufts, S. L. Lmn, O. H. Olson, Ole Paulson and J. J. Wamberg. Owing to the fact that the Hills- .V $ HOPE. NORTH DAKOTA. MAY 12 1904. boro convention is to be held the day following that at Fargo it was decided to have the same delegates represent the county at both conventions. The follow ing wer,e elected: Chas. Elling son, G. A. Monteith, T. G. And*-' erson, J. S. Palfrey, Geo- Mur: ray and S. H. Nelson. The following resolutions were adopted after which the conven tion adjourned: RESOLVED: That this conven tion is unalterably opposed to the unit rule as applied to delegates attending the Republican Con ventions and hereby instruct our delegations to the State Conven tions to work and vote against its continuance. RESOLVED: That this conven tion is in favor of the enactment of a primary election law and hereby instruct our delegation to the state convention at Grand Forks, to use every honorable means to have a plank inserted in the platform of the party, pledging the republican party to the enactment of a primary elec tion law in the coming legisla ture. Narrow Escape While filling the gosoline stove at Ward's Restaurant last Mon day considerable oil was spilled upon the floor, it caught fire and blazed to the ceiling. The fire alarm was given and the appara tus was got out in record break ing time but the heroic work done with blankets, etc, had suc ceeded in extinguishing the blaze which did but little damage. Cement Walks At Last We understand that a number of the business men on Steele avenue have contracted for the building of cement walks in front of their places of business and that the others are about to do the same. The trustees, at their last meeting, passed a resolution ordering the building of cement walks on Steele avenue from 1st to 3rd streets, and arranged for across walk across Steele avenue from the First National Bank and two across Second street on Steele avenue. When completed this will give two blocks of solid cement walks and will be a de cided improvement to the town. Bowling Alley Sold. Dan Gumb was over from Clif ford Monday and while here closed a deal with B. Woodward whereby he becomes the owner of the billiard and pool room and the bowling alley. He will take possession this week. Lathrop & Lunding. w- $ & "As .. mi in HII iiimtimi litiii i'» iMiiililiiiiliililiiiii *«, 5-ir pioneer ,4jK srs tfr •^jff t%sti wIT' »^s $ *1 ,- 4 "t *& FOR SALE IKING & SMITH We're selling a special line of clothcs for young men—the young fellow, who wishes to dress in the height of fashion. Made by Kohn Brothers, Chicago. This line is made with the short form-fitting coat, cut with Cuifs on Sleeves and side vents in back, "peg-top" trousers, although not "baggy." Every garment'in the line cut from exclusive patterns. mMsSS S- ft is 1! -\V,S5 COPVHI6HT 1*04 KOHN »AOTHCM CMIQA40 Z&r: fe km COUNCIL DOINGS The Trustees of Hope Village met in Special Session at 8 o'clock in the Clerk's office. Present: A-. T. Ward Chairman, Trustees: Johnson, Gilmore and Warner. The returns of the election held at the Town Hall in the Village of Hope, North Dakota, on Thurs day, May 5th A. D. 1004, at which time and place the question as. to whether the Village of Hope should become incorporated as a city under chapter 28 of the Re vised Code of the State of North Dakota, was submitted to the votes of said Village as made and returned by the Judges of said election were duly examined and canvassed by the Board, of Trus tees of the Village and uponwuch examination and canvass it was found that the total number of votes cast at such election was 34 of which all were for city organ ization under general law and none against city' organization. A. majority of the votes cast at such election being in favor of city organization under general law and said election appearing in all matters to have been regular and legally held it therefore ordered by said Board that the proposi tion in favor of city organization under general law, carried. Notice of Election for city officers was ordered published in Hope Pioneer. Inspectcr, judges and clerks of said election were appointed as follows: Inspector Laor King, Judges. George'Story and H. A. Burner, Clerks B. F. Walden g,nd Earl Johnson. The Board then passed the fol lowmg resolution: •rf* s, PEPPER & KEENE, PUBLISHERS 458*- a •x JEWEL MV Gasoline Stoves. 9\- Jewels are of one grade tA\ anr! that MbroluJely good "ff" Jewels are constructed ac- /av eordnvr to the eat'-ty require tnunls of the COATS that keep CLOTH INO with their shape. Individuality. For All The£S5=—^— d\ Mioiiai Rcr.nl of Umlenvriters and aro on thtir lint of Tor in it ted Stoves. 1 hese are f.ir tb and each is a good reasons why the stovo you want. ONLY BY Clothes for Young Men The best tailor in this city cannot equal this garment for style, in cut or fabric. Don't take our word—don't take the word of any one—"Try on" the clothes. All Union Mack. WI CARRY. A COMPLETE LINK OF Latest Styles in MENS' FURNISHINGS and the Best Quality of Goods GO TO Carpenter & Warner. Resolved. That a grade be and the same hereby is established in Steele avenue in the City of Hope, North Dakota, between First and Third Streets as re cently laid out and surveyed and that new side walks shall be im mediately built on said avenue between said streets of stone or cement said sidewalk to be 10 feet in width and shall conform in height to said grade and shall be made with 16 inch combinar' tion curb and gutter. It is fur' ther ordered that crosswalks wherever needed of the width of 4$ feet shall be put in at the ex pense of the city. It was further ordered that all sidewalks hereafter built in any other part of said city shall be 6 feet in width and to conform with grade. On motion it was carried that the city put in cement cross walks on both sides of Steele avenue on Second Street also. across alley on south side of Steele avenue in block 23 and.'** across Steele avenue side'of Third Street. On motion adjourned. J. H. MCCOLLOM,-' Clerk. Hope Is A City At the election held last Thurs day on the question of city incor poration there were thirty-four votes cast all of which were in v~ favor of the proposition. Thef votes were canvassed by the board of trustees*'Tuesday eve-l1^ ning and an ejection was called, for the" purposes electing ttie$j city officers, notice of which ap^ in this issu^ 'M' •i.-V.:-".' i+m1 'rV YV Hi west "!¥,* m.