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tCbe Ibope flMoneet HOPE, N By THE N. D. PUBLISHING CO. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1906. —maBEac Official Newspaper Steele County SVBSCRIPTION KATES: Per Year, la advance S SO Six Months 75 Entered at the post office at Hope, North Da Kota, as second class matter. Announcements. FOR JUDGE. FOR COUNTY JUDGE I hereby announce myself as candi date for County Judge for Steele county and respectfully solicit the support of the voters at the June primaries. CHAS. J. NASH. FOR STATE SENATOR. To THE VOTERS OP THE SIXTEENTH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT: I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of State Senator for the 16th Legislative District, subject to the nomination for such office on the republican ticket at the coming primary election and I solicit the sup port of the voters of said district. C. S. MOORES. I am opposed to any action looking towards resubmission. I am in favor of the present prohibitory law and its rigid enforcement. If elected my vote and work will be in behalf of the temperance cause. I am opposed to the rule of Alex. McKenzie in our state politics. I believe the people of North Dakota are eminently capable of governing themselves and should not delegate this authority to any man or set of men. Home rule and not gang rule is my platform. Let the people do the bossing and not the politician. The surest way to bring this about is through the primary election. 1 therefore favor the ex tension of the primary election laws of this state to cover all state officers including congresmen and U. S. sen ators. I am opposed to the re-elec tion of Henry C. Hansbrough to the U. S. senate. But in this I promise to consult the wishes of my district and be governed accordingly. I believe in economy in the expenditure of pub lic funds and pledge myself to work in behalf of lower taxation. I am opposed and shall oppose any large expenditure of public money or the sale or bonding of our public lands for the purpose of a new capitol build ing at Bismarck so long as Alexander McKenzie is a controlling influence in our politics. I shall be glad to state my position upon any other question of interest to the voters of my district. C. S. MOORES. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. To THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OP STEELE AND GRIGGS COUNTIES: I hereby announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination for member of the House of Representa tives of the Legislative Assembly of the State of North Dakota from the 16th Legislative District, at the pri mary to be held June 19th 1906. If nominated and elected, I shall endeavor to carry out Republican party principles as interpreted by such leaders as President Roosevelt and Senator LaFollette. I shall endeavor to promote the enactment of just laws and an economical administration of state affairs. I am now, and always have been, opposed to the dictation of the McKenzie-LaMoure machine in political affairs of the state. One of the most important issues to be fought out before the next legislative assem bly will be the extension of the pres ent primary election law. I shall endeavor to secure the extension of the present primary law so as to include all elective officers and U. S. Senators. I heartily believe in the law prohibiting the sale of intoxicat ing liquors as a beverage, and shall oppose any legislation tending to weaken its present efficiency and shall favor any reasonable legislation that may make it more effective. Trusting that at the June primary I may receive the support of all my old time Republican friends, as well as the support of all others who have settled in the district in recent years I am, Very respectfully, S. H. NELSON. FOR STATE SENATOR. To THE VOTERS OF STEELE AND GRIGGS COUNTIES: I hereby announce my desire to be returned to the Senate from the 16th Legislative District, and ask your support at the June Primary Election. Holding this office now as a Repub lican, it may be unnecessary that pledge myself formally to sustain essential party principles, but in view of the fact that new nominating con- ditions render it possible for candi dates to avoid making promises of any sort, I wish to re-affirm my party loy aity, and, in accord with the majority views of the Legislative District, specifically state that if ultimately re-elected I will use my vote and PERSONAL INFLUENCE against "Re submission" in any form, and in favor of the enforcement of the Prohibitory Law further, that I will continue to oppose the insolent domination of the politics of this state by men who, guided by Alex. McKenzie, (railroad lobbyist—National Republican Com mitteman for North Dakota—convicted corrupter of the U. S. Judiciary—and unsavory manipulator of our state conventions) have brought shame upon this commonwealth. Respectfully yours. MAYNARD CRANE. FOR TREASURER. To THE VOTERS OP STEELE COUNTY: I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Treasurer of Steele connty, subject to the nomination on the Republican Ticket at the June Primaries. I most earnestly solicit the support of the voters. JOHN R. OLSON. FOR JUDGE. FOR COUNTY JUDGE: I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Judge for Steele County and respectfully ask for the support of the voters of the county at the June primary election. CHAS. CHALMERS. FOR SUPT. OF SCHOOLS. To THE VOTERS FOR THE OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS OF STEELE COUNTY: I wish to hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Schools, subject to nomination on the Republican ticket at the June primary election. Earnestly soliciting your support, I am Very respectfully yours, ALBERT G. MILLER. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Sheriff of Steele coun ty, subject to the nomination on the Republican ticket at the June Primar ies. I. W. STANDLEY. FOR TREASURER. To THE VOTERS OF STEELE COUNTY: I hereby announce myself as a can didate for the nomination on the Re publican ticket for the office of County Treasurer, and respectfully solicit your votes at the June primaries. Yours truly, G. O. JOHNSON. FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of State's Attorney, subject to nomination on the Republican tick et at the coming primary election. If nominated and elected, I pledge myself to honestly and faithfully dis charged the duties of the office and en force the laws to the best of my ability I am sincerely in favor of the law pro hibiting the sale of intoxicating liq uors as a beverage, and believe that a strict enforcement of the same will eventually remedy the evil of intern perance, and, should it be my good fortune to be nominated and elected enforcement of the prohibitory law as well as all other laws without fear or favor, will be my policy. Earnestly soliciting your support, I am, Respectfully yours, J. M. JOHNSON. FULLER BROS. ft LUCE, Office in Ward's Building COLLECTIONS We solicit the business of the business men of Hope, ed to our care will receive our careful and prompt attention. INSURANCE We are prepared to write insurance in the best companies both in Fire, Life and Hail. LOANS We have an unlimited amount of money to loan on Farm Lands at a reasonable rate of interest. See us before placing your loans. NON-RESIDENT BUSINESS Our facilities for handling the business of non-resident3 is unsurpassed. We will rent your lands and look after your busiuess in a thorough and business like manner. To THE VOTERS OP STEELE COUNTY: I hereby announce my desire to be elected to the office of County Judge for Steele County and will be very thankful for'your, support at the com ing nomination and election. Yours Truly, ADAM S. MOOTE. will That you may know who I am I make the following statement: I am one of the early settlers in the county coming here in 1885 and buy ing a section of land in Edendale twp. and adding to that from time to time, but losing heavily in later years by reasons over which I had no control. I conducted a blacksmith and wagon business in the town of Hope and have done work for the greater number of the farmers in the south half of the county. I have paid more taxes into the County Treasury than the average farmer. I have always supported the Republican party though willing for every voter to use his own franchise right according as his own conscience dictates. I am out of business and can give my whole attention to the work of the office. If you can conscientiously give me your support in gaining this election I shall feel very greatful and will en deavor to do the business so that you will have no cause to re'gret. Yours respectfully, ADAM S. MOOTE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. To THE VOTERS OF THE 16TH LEG ISLATIVE DISTRICT: Having been requested by friends and neighbors to become a candidate for the House of Representatives from the 16th legislative district, I hereby solicit your support at the coming primary election, June 19th, 1906 If nominated and elected I shall stand for the Prohibition law and its rigid enactment, as I consider the Prohibition law a blessing for the state, community and each individual. The preset Primary Election Law is all right as far as it goes, but* shall endeavor to get it so amended as to include the ticket from U. S. Senator and Congressmen, state and county officials. Am opposed to corruption and gang rule and shall stand for the right as I see it. Am heartily in favor of economy in the state household and shall vote against a new capitol building until same is needed. I shall rather work to see taxes going down than way up Respectfully submitted, S. J. TANDE. Signo Vinces. Signo Vinces, the celebrated trotter, owned by Burgess & Lukyn of Mankato, Minn., is one of the best breed trotting stall ions in this part of the country record 2:27i. Parties wanting good first class trotting stock will make no mistake in using this horse. Terms: $15 to insure with foal. He will stand at the following places: Saturday, Hope Wednesday, Colgate and the bal ance of the week at Ervine Gil more's farm twelve miles south west of Hope. 7tf Money To Loan On Real Estate M.B CASSELL&CO. Sherbrooke FARM LOANS. 1 have money to loan on im proved Farms, at low Rates and liberal Terms. Write me for particulars. J. B. FOLSOM, 617 Front St. Fargo, N. D, Paper entrust- I In this issue appears the notice of the list of candidates to be voted upon at the Primaries to be held on the 19th day of this month. Every voter should read this notice carefully and familiarize himself with the proceedure of voting so that no mistakes will be made. Mr. W. S. Henry has with drawn from the race for Auditor and has notified the PIONEER to that effect. This leaves Mr. Mc Pherson alone on the republican ticket. Mc. has demonstrated his efficiency as auditor and we believe he should be continued in the office which will no doubt be done. The main drawback in farm life is that the farmer does not get out enough. They stay at home and attend to their work and get rich. The first thing that some of our farmers will enow is that they will stay at lome and attend to their work so closely that they will be so rich that they will not know how to enjoy their money. They should make an effort to get out more. A good chance to go out and give the family a good time wijl be to attend the Barnes County fair to be held the 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th. Make an effort to get there and see the good stock, the industrial exhibit, and what your neighbors are do ing. Take the family out and let them see the large list of free attractions. Get next to your brother farmers and see what they are doing touch shoulders with them, it will do you good. Come and see the best that the farm affords as it will be there. Remember the dates: July 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th. The Daisy Door Strips. Guaranteed to keep A IN SNOW and COLD from coming in underneath the door. Try one. For sale only by The N. W. Hawkinson Lumber Co. s) jBurlington Route Record. Don't Experiment Buy The Goods that have Demonstrated THEIR STAYING QUALITIES. We handle Buggies that meet this requirement and can refer you to SATISFIED CUS TOMERS, which is our best adver tisement. Paint is cheap. Looks don't count, buy the Buggy that has demonstrated itself in Steele County. E^3 The Scenic Line to Chicago is the Burlington's line along the Upper Mississippi River—with in a stone's throw of the stream for nearly 300 miles. Hits and Mrs. To enjoy it by daylight, leave Minneapolis 7:30 a. m., or St. Paul 8:20 a. m., arriving Chicago 9:35 p. m. If time is more important than scenery, use the Limited, an elec tric-lighted train of exceptional elegance, leaving Minneapolis 7:50 p. m. and St. Paul 8:40 p. m., arriving Chicago 9:00 next morning. Speaking Fourth of July eel brations, reminds me of an old fashioned fire works day at Northfield, Minn., where as a boy, I attended to the wants of the kitchen stove and walked a mile and a half after school after a red cow who was boarding by the month in Deacon Nurse's pasture. The celebration at Northfield began early in the morning and lasted late at night. The main feature was noise this was emptied out of a huge cannon as big as a saw log. Every time the old piece spoke the town shook and fish came to the top of the river and felt bad. One man rammed the powder in by the hat full and when he said ready another patriotic citizen, with his sleeves rolled up, touched off the works with a red hot iron. One Fourth a bystander, who wanted to help said ready and about a quart of powder found its way very quickly into the person of the man who loaded the institu tion of noise. Three doctors picked powder out of him all night and he was black in the face for many months. The man who said ready out of turn, hur ried out of town on a mule to save trouble. Like all well regu lated Fourth of July celebrations there was a patriotic address reading the "Declaration of In dependence," the greased pole, the lemonade stand, bowery dance and fire-works in the eve ning. usually spent the ten cents I had accumulated during the winter months, early in the day and after that simply took what was intended for all ant was happy at that. —Grafton Popular Burlinuton dining car service on both trains. A SUCCESS Loney's big Canadian Excur sion which left Valley City Tuesday evening was a big sue cess. About forty men started from Valley City and a number will be picked up between there and the boundary. Another ex cursion is scheduled for July 10 via the Soo. Those who were un able to go this time will have an opportunity to go then. Rates the same as before. Ng HOPE IMPLEMENT COMPANY M. RUQQ, Northwestern Passenger Agent, Germania Life Building, St. Paul, Minn. Notice of Sale of Land. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That under authority of an Order of Sale granted by the Hon. Albert Mickels, Judge of the County Court of the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, dated April 3, lflOG, the under signed. the Executors of the last will and test ament of Elling G. Mellem, deceased, late of the City of St. Paul, in the County of Ramsey and State of Minnesota, will sell at private sale to the highest bidder, for cash, subject to con firmation by the Judge of said County Court, the following described lands situated in the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, to-wit:—The SEM of the NWX and Lots 3, 4 & 5 of Section 6. Township 146. Range 55, and. The SEM of Section 28, Township 145, Range 56. The sale will be made on or after the 5th day of May. 1906. All bids must be in writing, and may be left at the office of M, B. Cassell & Co. Sherbrooke, N. D.. or Sited with the Judge of said County Court, or delivered to the under signed personally. Dated April 4. 1906. OLE G. MELLEM. IVER THOMPSON. Executors of the last will and testament of Elling G. Mellem, deceased. GEORGE MURKAY & W«. BARCLAY, Attorneys for Executors, Sherbrooke, N. D. 51—4t STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA. I COUNTY OP STEELE, IN COUNTY COURT, Before Hon. Albert Mickels, Judge. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOSEPHINE M. BURNETT, DECEASED. William A. Burnett and George B. Burnett. Petitioners. I A I O N The State of North Dakota to the above nam ed respondents, greeting: You are hereby cited and required to be and appear before the County Court of the County of Steele insaidstate. at the office of the Coun ty Judge, of said County, in the Court House, the Village of Sherbrooke in said County on the 14th day of June A. D. 1906. at 2 o'clock P. M. of that day. then and there to answer the petition of said petitioners who present their final account and pray for its allowance, and set forth that the residue of said estate is ready for distribution, which they ask to be then made by the further order of the Court, and you will then and there show cause, if any you have, why the petitioner's prayer be not granted. Dated at Sherbrooke. North Dakota, this 21st day of April A. D. 1906. [SEAL] ALBERT MICKSLS. Judge of the County Court. State of North Dakota In District Court, ss. Third Judicial County of Steele District. Carrie Gunkel Plaintiff vs C. A. Smith and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or incumbrance upon the property described in the complaint Defendants. SUMMONS. The State of North Dakota to the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint this action, which was tiled in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of said county of Steele. North Dakota, on the 14th day of April, A. D, 1906, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you exclusive of the day of service, and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated April 9th, 1906, P. W. AMES, Plaintiff's Attorney, resi dence and postoffice address, Mayville, N. D. NOTICE The following is a description of the land to which the action entitled in the foreffoinff summons relates, viz: South Half .(SH) of Section No. Thirty five (35), in Township No. One Hundred and of Eantje No- Pi'ty- tive (55), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian. P, W. AMES, Plaintiff's Attorney.' Thoroughly Professional. "Did you say that she is a profes Blonal nurse?'* "I think so. Anyway, she's going to marry him just as soon as he can Bit up."—Milwaukee Sentinel. Success in Growing Crops depends largely up on properly fertilizing the soil. We be lieve you CANNOT DO THIS WITHOUT A MANURE SPREADER. TO show you our faith in this proposition, we will sell you A SUCCESS SPREADER with the understanding that you "top dress" 30 acres of wheat and we will ac cept the value of the increased crop (over 30 acres of land in same condition not fertilized) as our 1906 payment and if not enough to pay for the Spreader we will extend balance for one year at 8 per cent, interest. Why not buy the best Spreader on the Market when you can get a deal like this?