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Money Talks! We have a few bug gies on hand. WE NEED THE MONEY, so if you need a buggy we should have no trouble making a bargain. Better see us about it. LATHROP & LUNDING, Hope, N. D. are prepared to take care of your sick room wants. Deoderants, dis infectants, absorbant cottons, band ages, pure drugs. Prescriptions carefully compounded. Bring in your want list. D. C. BRENEMAN. Successor to Johnson Bros. Druggist, Hope, N. Dak. OPERA HOUSE Claman Stock Company With Baby Claman as STAR ..3 Night Only.. October 19,20 and 21 In "The Bankers Wife," "The Fatal Wed ding" and "Little Lord Fauntelroy" Our Big Clubbing Offer On Seventh Page !*•iV I V" I W A W I W W rW^rW'lr ADDITIONAL LOCALS. See King & Smith's big stove ad. this week. Miss Julia Curry visited at Colgate several days this week. P. B. Wolcott is traveling for the Peterson Piano Co. of Fargo. Dr. Featherston, will be at the Palace for two days, Oct. 26—27. School was dismissed during the funeral services this after noon. Palace Restaurant has the agency for Regan's bread—the best. See Dr. Sherman's ad in this paper, before having your teeth fixed. Baby Claman, the favorite, at the the opera house Oct. 19---20 and 21. Want 400 acres of plowing done apply to Murray Bros, or A. T. Ward. We can insure your threshing rig while in use.—Hope State Bank. Dr. Featherston, the painless dentist, will be here again in October. Oct. 19 opens the three nights engagement of the Claman Stock Company. 320 Acre Farm for Sale, cheap for cash, by oWner, C. N. North rop, Hope, N. Dak. tf, The "lumber jacks" are pull ing for the woods since the recent cold snap. The very latest styles in stree hats and caps at Lizzie Jefferson's Millinery Parlors. Just step into the Hope Res taurant and get a good square meal for 25 cents. LOST—Fur overcoat and shot gun. Leave information with Dr. Philip, Hope, N. D. Featherston, the dentist, at the Palace Hotel, Thursday and Friday, October 26—27. Special, Friday: Lining, regu lar 15c quality, 10 yd. length 74c. KRAABEL & KRAABEL. FOR SALE: The Bogart resid ence. Inquire of G. A. Warner, at the Hope State Bank. Velveteen, a full assortment in all colors, regular 50c value, spec ial low price Saturday, 24c. KRAABEL & KRAABEL. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Bowles, all of Chi cago, are visiting in the city. Taffeta silks in all shades, reg ular 90c value, specal price Mon day, 48c. KRAABEL & KRAABEL. WANTED: Girl, for general house work on farm. Apply to MRS. L. N. WOOD, Hope, N. D. Tuesday's Special. 10 yard Silkolenes, 15c grade, 79c. KRAABEL & KRAABEL Subscribe for the Pioneer, the leading paper of Steele county. All the county news are printed. Pemberton Shirting, sale price 15c grade, special Wednesday 7 yds. 68c. KRAABEL & KRAABEL Go to Fargo to get your teeth fixed. Dr. Sherman will save your fare both ways. New Edwards Building. German Calico and Twill, I2£c grade, special low price Thurs day 10 yds 87c. KRAABEL & KRAABL Try a can of preserved Hood River strawberries at Jefferson & Usselman's. A two and a quar ter pound can for 30 cents. 16tf Our Special Sale will continue from day to day, with extra specials each day. Don't miss it. KRAABEL & KRAABEL. Parties having Farms or Town property for sale would do well to list them with Danskin & Cur ry. Office in Rugg building. The Pioneer printery makes a specialty of circular and pamph let printing also blank book work. Bring in your work and let us figure on it. Gertie Thompson decided not to accept the Valley City job, which he was investigating last week, %nd has taken a place in stead with Fulmer's jewelry store in Hope.—May ville Tribune. Another Called. Again we are called upon to chronicle another death in the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Joslyn. Yesterday morning the death angel called and took little Alice to that land from whence no traveler returns. The little girl had only been ill a short time with.dysentery and all had been done that was possible by nurses and physicians but to no avail. The case is unusually pathetic on account of the death of a little son only a short time ago from the same disease. The whcjle community sympathises with the bereaved family in this awful affliction. The funeral occured today at the Congregational church, Rey. Hitchcock officiat ing. Interment was made in the Hope cemetery. Resolutions WHEREAS, The great Ruler of the Universe has, in his infinite wisdom, taken from us our wor thy sister, Anna S. Nordblom, be it RESOLVED, that the sudden re moval of our sister leaves a vacancy and shadow which is deeply realized by the member ship of the Brotherhood of Am erican Yeoman. Therefore be it further Resolved, that our sincere sympathy be extended to the be reaved relatives and that a copy of these resolutions be spread on the minutes of the lodge and also printed in the Hope Pioneer. Signed— J. J. WAMBERG. MRS. GERTRUDE MAJOR. BIG Horse Sale Saturday October At Tillotson's LIVERY hope, N. Dak. CHURCH NOTES. CONGREGATIONAL. Morning service, 11:00 Sunday school, 12:00 m. Evening service, 8:00 p. m. FIRST METHODI&T EPISCOPAL. Morning service at 11:00 Sunday schooJ at 12 m. Epworth League at 7:15 p. m. The Claman Stock Co. at the Opera House Oct. 19—20 and 21.. A small blaze at the Hope Res taurant last Tuesday was caused by the leakage of a gasoline tank. No great amount of dam age was done. F. T. Lincoln, traveling repre sentative of the Leslie paper Co., was in the city yesterday. Mr. Lincoln is well known here hav ing taught school in the western part of the county a number of years ago. On Tuesday night' occurred the death of the little daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Davis, living on the Hicks farm west of towri. Dysentery was the cause of death. The sympa thy of the community is extend ed to the sorrowing family. Notice of Teacher's Examination. A teachers' examination occurs the last Friday in October, or the' 27th inst., and will close Satur day at one o'clock P. M. In Steele county the examination will be held at Hope, in the High School building, and at Sher brooke. Dated at Sherbrooke, N. D. this 6th clay of October, 1905. T. A. HASSELQUIST, 2t 26-27 Supt. of Schools. 'AMOflNES WNrC OUR DOORS ARE OPEN MR. FARMER MARKET REPORT WHEAT No. 1 Northern 2 3 4 14, Rejected WITH OUR SPLENDID LINE OF HOT We sell Beeves. Minneaplis and Port Huron Threshers. The old Reliable Parson & wood Bros. Self-Feeders. Maple Bay Wind Stackers, and all kinds of Machine Oils from Black to best kind of Cylinder OIL A complete line of Wagons and Buggies. Janesville and Defiance Plows. Goodhue Wind Mills, and the largest line of Water Tanks. Pumps and Pump Fixtures in the city. Also a complete line of Champion and Deering extras. We also have the Winona Rushford Wagons and Grain Tanks. Don't forget to give us a call before you buy, for you save money to figure with us. O. G. MAJOR & SONS, Hope, N. D. 72 cts. 70 66 63 58 FLAX No. 1 87 cts. Notice of Sale of School and Institution Land. The following described school and institu tion lands, situated in Steele county and state of North Dakota, will be offered for sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the court house in the town of Sherbrooke, county of Steele, state of North Dakota, be tween the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock p, m.. on Friday, the 34th day of No vember A. D. 1905, said sale to commence at o'clock a, m. and to continue from day to day until all lands herein described have been sold or offered for sale. All lands will be offered in tracts as herein after designated and upon the following con ditions: No tract will be sold for less than its ap praised value. The terms of sale are: One fifth of the purchase price to be paid at the time of sale one-fifth in five years one-fifth in ten years one-fifth in fifteen years, and one fifth in twenty years, with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum, payable annually in advance. The purchaser will also be required to pay at time of sale a fee of $5 tor issuing each contract. Upon approval of sale by Board of University and School Lands, the purchaser shall pay in terest from the date of sale to January 1.1807, on the deferred payments at the rate of six per cent per annum. The Board of University and School Lands reserves the right to reject any or all bids Descrlp- Sec- Town ship Range 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 144 145 145 145 tion tion SEK NEW NW« SEW SW NEH SEX SWH NEK SEW NEK NWX 10 36 86 36 36 36 36 36 16 36 16 SEX 16 16 SWM NW W SEJi' SW« SEW SWW NEW NWK SEW NWX SWW SEW NWX SWW NEK SEW SEW NEW NWW NWW SWW NWW NEW SEW NWW SWW NEW NEW NWW SWW NWW SWW IB Acre- Valuation age per acre 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 54 54 54 54 54 55 65 55 56 56 54 54 54 54 54 54 55 55 55 55 55 145 14B $19.00 22,00 38,00 22.00 22.00 80.00 20.00 30.00 18.00 30,00 19.00 10.00 18.00 160 160 160 160 SB',. SB 38 IB ffi 145 145 1 16 18,00 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 19.00 18.00 17.00 17 00 26.00 26.00 17.00 16.00 15.00 19.00 19.00 17.00 15.00 17.00 16,00 16.00 17.00 19.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 28.00 18.00 15.00 16.00 18.00 18.00 160 160 SB 160 160 160 160 SB SB SB 5B 8B 8B SB SB SB SB IB 86 IB 86 8fl IB SB SB SB SB SB IB SB 56 67 54 54 55 55 56 56 57 57 57 160 160 160 160 iti \t 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 160 158.55 160 160 1 55 147 147 147 147 148 148 148 148 148 148 55" 55 56 56 54 56 5B 57 57 57 IB SB SB CAPITOL LANDS. SEW Of NWW Lot 4 Lot 5 6 6 148 148 148 56 56 40 24.01 S5.03 6 SEW 18 144 56 80 Lot 4 18 144 6B 36.90 SEW of SWW 18 144 56 40 18.00 18.00 10.00 66 INSTITUTION LANDS. EH of NEW 24 148 56 80 Lot 1 2 148 57 24.75 Lot 2 2 148 57 24.97 SH of 16.00 18.00 18.00 15.00 16.00 15.00 Dated at Bismarck. N. Dak., this 15th day of September, A. D. 1906. O. I. HBGGE, Land Commissioner. ^1 V. Dr. Sherman, Dental Surgeon, Has lived in Fargo twenty years, and needs no recommend to the people. sssMSar.r? i5.oo TO j7.50 Perfect Fitting Plates $7 to $15 Each Qold Fillings $1.00 Up. Results count, and we give you a guar antee with each piece of work. Third Flour, Edwards Bl'k. Fargo. I, W, STANDLEY Live Stock Auctioneer 16 years experience in Farm ana live stock sales enables me to give the best service in conducting a successful up-to-date sale. Sales made anywhere. The best of ref erences furnished. Sale notices prepared. Terms reasonable. See me, or phone me at my expense before claiming dates. HOPE, N. D. This will indroduceto you W. I. STAGER who follows the Paper Hanging, Painting, Furni ture Repairing, Carriage Painting, Sign Writing, Floor Polishing and general all around work. Contracts properly looked after. My prices are very low consid ering wages I pay skilled la bor. ONE HUNDRED DOL LAR FORFEIT that I can discount anything in Hope or North Dakota in my line. Shop In "Bee Hive," Hope, N. D. Leave your orders atWam berg's drugstore? -YOUR MONEY IS NO GOOD'* and will be refunded to you ifaftev i» ing htdf a bottle oI THE FAMOUS ***!J£UMATISM and BLOOD CURE you are not Batiafied with results. This is ouv guarantee which koom with •very bottle. For 5al« and OuarantMd (Mj ly GOLD MEDAL PHARMACY, HOPE, N. D.