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HOPE, N
PH.PPfiK iS KEENE, Publishers.
LHURSDAY, Ju! 28 1004.
Official Newspaper Steele County
oi
At the meeting of the grain
men at Fargo the following reso
lution was adopted:
We, the delegates of the Farm
ers' Elevator Companies of N- D.
in convention assembled at Far
go, N- July 27, 1904, adopted
the following resolution:
That the Farmer Elevator com
panies of N. D. t.i.ka stock in and
become in embers of the Minne
apolis Fanners' Exchange for the
purpose of owning and operating
our own terminal facilities.
si
tfie—
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SUHSCHIPTION KATES:
Per Year, In ajyance
Six Months
$1.30
.75
Entered at the post office at Hope, North Da
Kota. as second class matter.
The value of any fire-fighting
apparatus lies largely in its being
available for use when needed.
Many incipient blazes are extin
guished by the prompt applic
ation of water where a delay of
but a few moments would mean
the destruction of the building.
We have apparatus for fighting
fires apparatus that is inade
quate in case of a large blaze but
sufficient for small lires and to
protect buildings adjacent to
burning ones- In order to be
effective it must be gotten into
use before the fire has made
much headway. Everything
should be kept in readiness for
its immediate use in case of need
This being the case we cannot
understand how, if the city coun
cil have in view the interests »of
the property owners of the town,
the present conditions in front of
the engine house can be allowed
to exist- The tile laid in front
the hall were taken up and a di
ch about two and a half feet deep
dug across the engine runway.
1 he dirt was thrown up another
foot and a half and then a fence
built along either side. It is im
possible to get the engine out the
front way, and. only iu dayligiit
and by the exercise oi the great
est care co'J id it be ta's^u .J She
bade way, as there is nvieivnory
and rubbish
u'-l kinds in t»h«
way, tl'Liu wo'jM probably and
sma»h bli'? apparatus in case of a
quick i'jn his negligence on
the part of the aathori ties in al
lowing such an obstruction to re
main in front of the engine house
is wholly inexcusable, if not
criminal-
"We incorporated as a city this
spring in order to get increased
powers. Fire limits were to be
established, sidewalks to be re
paired and built where needed,
and various other measures tak
en for the improvement of the
town. We have been a city for
nearly two months and so far are
no better off for improvements
than under the old regime There
have been no new ordinances
passed and the city could not to
day compel the building of a loot
of sidewaltr, or in fact do but lit
tle more than could Lave been
done as a village. Unless some
thing is done soon it will seem as
though the change was simply
useless expense and the advan
tages offered nothing but wind.
Since the raise in rates by our
liverymen they are losing much
of the traveling trade. This
morning a cigar man and drug
man drove to Clifford in a rig
ordered from there last night.
The liverymen are not charging
the traveling public one cent
more than ihe local trade and
claim that the present rates are
necessai'y in order to enable them
to do business at a profit. It
seems to us that the proper thing
for us to do is to '"pass up" the
travelling men who will not pat
ronize our local liverymen, It is
being done at other towns near
here and is nothing but right.
The Eoston Bloomers were de
feated here this afternoon by the
local nine in an exciting eleven
inning game. The tirst inning
saw some very ragged playio^
by both sides, but alter that the
lans were treated to the real ,,
article. Tha Hope pitching stiff. 'Y
was changed around considerably
during the game, tiiree pitchers' 'st*
doing the stunt,' successively, be-,
fore the final run which scored,
the victory, was brought in. The!
bloomer girls j) -»y goo.l ball and
had it noS bji-n
fur
inning, woui-.l pro?) to! hiv^v.'ju
Out. Score by
1 2 a -1 5 0 7 8 0 10 11
B.B- 4 0 0 0
2 2
0 0 0 0 0
7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 O
Additional Lo:als.
A Lutheran service will again
be held Sunday, July 31, 4 in.,
at the Congregational Church by
Rev. E. Zucker.
The bill gameTues lay between
Hannaf rd and Hopa was very
ont-sidjd, the score being six to
two in favor of Han.iaford.
Frank Gray was at Grafton the
first ot the week with as Taylor
.vho has been committed to the
Ins .ate for the Feeble Minded.
OL
Don,t fail to see our new iine
Men's, Boy's and Girls Caps,
they are hummers and will sing
bheir own praise. KRAA3EL &
KRAABEL.
Editor Pepper of Hope yras re
cently married. His wife should
find he is a warm proposition—
if there is anything in a name.—
Forum.
U. E. Walcott came down from
Finley last evening and will be
here for a few days. He reports
a good business at his Finley
gailrey.
FOR SALE. Champion binder
run one season.
15 F. D. WODDWORTH.
I. W. Sfcandley,
io.
The Hope Creamery Company
returns duplicate weight tickets
with every can of cream received,
and renders an itemized state
ment of the same each month.
32 tf.
A portion of the commission
ers' proceedings appear in this
issue- Owing to .the unusual
amount, lack ot space and type
render us unable to complete
them this week.
A farmers' institute and picnic
will be held at Pratb's grove in
Broadlawn Tuesday, August 2.
Profs. Shepard and Ladd of the
A.C. will be present and deliver
addresses. Other speakers will
also be present. Every one is
invited.
Money To Loan On Real Estate
M. 8 CASSELL& CO. Sherbrooke.
PATRONS OF THE HOPE
CREAMERY can buy their but
cor at the creamery for one cent
per p»iund above the price paid
tor buttee-fat. DOElS IT PAY
IX) MAKE YOUR OWN BUT
TER.?
NOTICE
Fn'al* Hid i! 1 be re^rivi'd bv
tin- D-rietorh Hroadinvvn
j-c hwil l)i^t. No, 15
Hl
tne first b.id
orrtin-
8!
To BOTH DEALER AND CUSTOMER IS REGULATED BY
'.Atom**— QUALITY AND PRICE,
This you can not get if you buy some of
3^ the so called cheap buggies from catalogue
houses. Buy from your home dealer and
2= when you have a grievance you can take it
up with him and afways gets some concession
—from the catalogue house never
Mar raj*
and O. G- Major attended the tri
slate farmers' and ind-ipandent
elevator mens meeting at Fargo
yesterday.
In making up the forms last
week a galley of locals was omit
ted. We regret the error and
make amends as far as possible
by inserting the matter omitted
this week.
ir the follow- _for
a
y...• nuu
1
,.
rsef
-aid sol 0'»1
L'isf. ordiny ?o s,«i cificalinu on
he w.ih the .•»i c..
Kn'ir'it /4
rlc
We Have Swell Rigs
I Built To Stand The Wear
|E Desigos Attractive,
J. E,
28.
14+-
bi? opt nt'd
Auy st l-o. at tv\o P, M.
Ho.ird res. rve-» ihe rig tit.to
inii *li Bids, Dmed this* i_
ol July 1%4.
I' red Dreslier,
1'iesHien',
J. 12. Knight.
Clerk. 15-17-
Quality well wearing Prices
Satisfactory
5 ERICKSON, WAKEMAN & SON.
^UUUUUiUUUUUUUUUUUU^UUMUUUUUUUUUUUUUUii^
•'YOUR1
HONEY IS
NO GOOD"
and will be refunded to you if after as*
ing half a bottle of
THE FAMOUS
RHEUMATISM and
BLOOD CURE
you are not satisfied with results.
This is our guarantee which goes with
every bottle.
For Sale and Guaranteed Only by
GOLD MEDAL PHARMACY.
GEO. a, FEAD,
DENTIST.
HOPE N.
OFFI j£ FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLOCK
A heavy rain storm visited
many sections oE this county
Sunday evening though but httie
Cell here. Th:i storm was accom
panied by a heavy wi ad and hail
is reported in somo localities.
Anyone knowing an item of
news, either local or personal,
will confer a favor upon us by
reporting same to this office. We
want to give all the loc tl news
but there are necessarily a great
many items that escape us. By
reporting to us the items you
know you will help very mater
ially to increase 'the amount of
local news given.
The Uncle Tom's Cabin show
givgn under canvas here last Fri
day evening, was one of the
"bummiest" that ever struck the
town. They advertised a good
show and charged a good price
but that was all tin good there
was to the aggregation. They
should be "pinched" for obtain
ing money under false pretences
Births
At the home of A. J. and Mrs
King, Sunday, a daughter.
At the home of W. E. and Mrs.
Shellman, north of town, a son.
The ALLIANCE gives insurance
at ACTUAL COST. Last year it
cost TWENTY DOLLARS LESS per
thousand than the other compan
ies Absolutely sale.* Why pay
more? See Keene
FOR SALE
Iron separator trucks suitable
for cook car or farm wagon.
J. P. HURLING,
15 Hope, N. D.
Caroline Traetion threshing rig
in tirst class shape-ten men crew
S!1ie on
time. Also three
it ingot mi? good seven foot Deer-rig binders
for §25 and $3'J each. Phone,
15 E. D. WALLACE.
ESTRAYE
From my placeFridov June 2-1,
sec., 5 Primrose Twp., one
or.-jf, wgt. 1300 lbs. brand
Mt yhoirter white star in
iof.cic.u.tail short. Finder write
or phone-—
A. 0. LUNDE,
Portland, K. J).
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Offices:
HOI'K,
E.
There are many other reasons
Jaut "a word to the wise is suffi
cient".
For excursion tickets, berth
reservations and a complete
Guide to the Fair, free, address
&
H.M. PHILIP, M. I).
PHYSICIAN AND SI.R'SNR.N
HOPE,
0 fl':ce phone No. 37.
ra
«s
N. DAK
lttisid'.nce phone N" 60.
C. JOHNSTON. M. It
Ifaa
I'HVSU'IAN AN1-SL'KDHON
FIKST NATHINAI. UASK KLOCK.
}. NcMAHUN,
N. 1)
LAWYER
HOPB N DAK.
S. SULL'PY,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
HOPE N. DAK.
II. H. FULLMER,!
THE JEWELER I
JEWELRY,
WATCHES.
CLOCKS W
SILVERWARE.
RHPAIRING and KNGRAVING
THE ONLY LINE WITH A
WORLD'S FAIR STATION
This refers to the Minneapolis
& St. Louis railroad and neans:
1st—The Shortest Line.
2nd—The most comfortable
route.
3rd—Two fine through trains
direct to the Gates of the Fair.
4th—A saving of about three
hours in time.
5th—You avoid the crowds at
the Union Depot and on the
Street cars.
6th—You Save money by being
landed just where you want to go.
A. B. CUTTS,
G. P, & T. A.
Minneapolis, Minn.
MINNEAPOLIS
Edwards-OMAHA
Wood
Co.
MAIN OFFICE
Fifth and Robert Sts.,
ST. PAUL, MINN.
(INCORPOBATED)
DEALERS IN
Stocks, Grain, Provisions
Bought and sold for cash or carried on reasonable
margins, upon which there will be
a charge ol a on
grain, on stocks and Ys on flax.
Write for our market letter.
COMMISSION MERCHAHT8 IN CAR 10T8
Ship Your Grain To Us
BEST FACILITIES. PHOMPT RETURNS.
LIBERAL ADVANCES.
DULUTH WINNIPEG
BRANCH OFFICE
RUGG
BLOCK HOPE, N,
11
milVAl
HARDWAREr
CAR LOADop
New Goods
Arriving Daily
SEE US FOR
YOUR ....
IQd 50 lb. lots
Cents a Pound,
WIEE
ji Ill
/Ifteat rtfoavketH
he Hew Policies
-UK TUB-
UFE 3iNSU2U33£
Company ot Rew lork,
ire tliS SSost Liberal Wrlttci
B. C. SHiW.Swclol
»k 'X
AN""ARRIVED.
NAILS JUST
Hog Fencing.
J. H. JVICCOLLOM.
Tim
Hooe Roller Mills
Merchant and Exchange Work.
All grades of flour and feed in stock at all
times. Grist grinding fr farmers receives
special attention.
I
DORRANCE & LSNDSA^
Xivet^, feeb anb Sale Stable.
Ibope, mortb 2afeota.
3ftne Uurnouts Ca:eful Drivers'*
OUR BACON is Cheap at 1.3 cts. and
the best quality.
PORK SAUSAGE, in caseing or bulk
at 10 cts. is a Bargain.
LARD at 12/^ cts. cannot be bought at
any place as cheap, considering the
excellent quality,
BOLOGNA good enough for any one
at 1 cts. Come in and try it. We
want all the business we can get.
2h
of Salt Pork at Ten
1b. Ifo. Baker prop
L. CAKl'KNTKR,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
REAL ESTATE
FINLEY, N. J.
H. I.KTANliLKy J. Y. GILMO*«.
STAMlLEY & GILMORE
CCLLECnON AGENCY
Correspcndenec Solicited.
References Hope State Bank
First National Bank
HOPE
JJ5,
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COLLATIONS.
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NORtB
DAKOTA.
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