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sv PROFESSIONAL CARDS. aM.mur,ii.D. |f PBVSICIAN AND SVRGKCN 1MB, N. DAK I Ma. D. Betldence phone No 60. 8E0. a, FE1D, DENTIST. BOPB ». •mil rilST 3. NATIONAL BANK BUCK McMAHON, 4 LAWYER IHI N DA* S. BHIPPT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC iora N. DAK L. OJlKPKXTBB, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. REAL ESTATE COLLECTIONS. FINLEY, N. D. G. D. FISHER, Veterinary Surgeon, Phone No. 143. Office"over Jefferson & Usselman's Store. HOPE, N. D. jpM §H. H. FULLMER, THE JEWELER JEWELRY, WATCHES. CLOCKS SILVERWARE. REPAIRING MTENGRAVING R. R. riSCMER, The Sl)oen)aKer, 1* prepared t« d* all work ia his line. Repairing- a spec ialty. Give him call. ion I. KiK. UNION Telephone Line CMCMTOTCA.TI2FO WITS Shrbrooke, Portland, MayvlIIe, Resevllle, Aneta. Flnley Page, Clifford, and the Wallace and Cassell farms. Transact your business by Telephone. Prompt ser fi vice, 25 cents to all points. Hope Office: At Central, First National Bank Block. I. W. STANDLEY,' Live Stock Auctioneer 16 years experience in Farm and live stock sales enables me to give the best service in conducting a successful yp-to-date sale. Sales made anywhere. The best of ref erences furnished. 1 Sale notices prepared. Terms reasonable. See me, or phone me at my expense before claiming dates. HOPE, N. D. $78. PER MONTH Salary, $3.00 per day for expenses. Men to travel, poet elg-ne, advertise and leave eamplee State age and present employment KUHLMAN CO., Dept. P. ATLAS BLOCK, CHICAGO. WANTED: District Managers to post signs, advertise and dis tribute samples. Salary $18-00 weekly, $3.00 per day for expen ses. State age and present em ployment. IDEAL SHEAR CO., 39 Randolph St., Chicago. 40t4 ATTENTION! Get the hitrh est market prices for Hides, Furs, Pelts, Wool, Etc. Make a trial shipment and bo convinced Write for Price List 1 PROMPT REMITTANCE GUARANTEED. John Mack & Co., 13.No. 20Street MINNEAPOLIS. MINN WE TAN Horse and Cattle Hides a««j Skins of all FUR bearing1 animals suitable for Robe* or Coats. Write for price list, shipping- tags, etc. free M, TAUBERT, Dretier A Dyer, OSS BRYAN AVI. N. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. THE 4TH Will be celebrated in Hope in the good old way. Plenty of money has been raised to get up one of those old timers that will make you feel young again and the youngsters will be in the game all the time. Every citizen in the city is enthusiastic and nothing will be left undone to make the day a hummer. Make your plans to come to Hope. The Eagle will scream all day and a good share of the night. Come and let us show you a time. You know we can do it. District Court. The regular June 190(i term of the District Court for Steele County has been adjourned from June 19th to. June 22nd190G, at 9:30 A. M. Following is a list of the names of the persons drawn to serve as Petit Jurors at the said term of the District court: NAME. RESIDENCE A. W. Cooley Broadlawn Twp. Daniel Nelson Hope City Chas. W. Parks Melrose Twp. Clarence carpenter carpenter Twp. W. H. Sabin Hope city O. cummings Pinley Village R. J. Still Slierbrooke Twp. A. 13. Holt Melrose Twp. E. E. Baldwin Slierbrooke Twp. Jacob Omdahl Broadlawn Twp. Carl Anderson Greenview Twp. John Leraas Easton Twp D. E. Tufts Finley Twp Nels Nelson Willow Lake Twp Arne O Berg Newburgli Twp O Norgaard Newburgh Twp Jas Masters Melrose Twp Parker Broadlawn Twp Chas Chalmers Slierbrooke Twp John Groven Enger Twp Albert Brekke Franklin Twp Ole S Dronen ,, Oscar Simle Sherbrooke Twp Patterson Finley Village Andrew Hanson Enger Twp O Jensen Westlield Twp E Fuller Hope City John Lindstrom Edendale Twp A Jorgenson Broadlawn Twp Paul Seime Franklin Twp Oscar Andorson Sharon Twp Iv Stevning Enger'Twp Ed Regan Hugo Twp Eli Simenson Edendale Twp. Martin Kloster Sharon Twp S Knudson Primrose Twp John Grady Riverside Twp Rud Enger Twp A W Graham Hope City Martin Hendricksen Greenview Twp Real Estate Transfers. Steele county real estate transfers for two week ending Juno 5th, 1900. E Myhra to Sarah, Elmer and Luther Olson, nwj sec 15, Finley $ 00 E Warner to S Shippy el of sw} & lots 3 and 4 sec 30, Melrose 3,500 00 E Fuller to E Schuldt, part of lot 2, sec 4 Colgate 50 00 John Towers to Dola Ellen Berry, lots 23 and 24 blk 3(5 1st add to Hoye 60 00 The Brown-Danskin Co Win Gilmore & D. Fisher, lots 20 to 32 blk 33 Hope 220 00 W Fuller to Anna Wake man, lots 22, 23 and 24 blk 13 Hope 2,000 00 Steele County to A Iloney, lots 17 to20 blk 47, Hope... 14 31 A Good Answer. When William Jennings Bryan was In London a guide, showing him over an arsenal, said, with a malicious chuckle, as he pointed, to a pair-eft rusty cannon: "I suppose you know where we gbt those?" "No. Where did you get them?" Mr. Bryan asked. "Why," said the guide, "we took them from you Yankees at Bunker Hill." Mr. Bryan smiled. "I see," he said. "You've got the cannon, hut we've got the hill." Sudden Snap. "And here," shouted the stentorian voiced moving-picture man, "we have a series of views representing Secre tary Taft asleep in a hammock in fair Japan." "Just then a flaw line darted across the film. "Lands, Hiram!" gasped an old lady in the gallery. "What was that?" "Don't ask so many questions, Sa rah," replied her husband. "I guess that's where the hammock broke." She Knew. The Fiance—Yes Percy placed it on my finger last night. Isn't it a beauty? Her Dearest Friend—Yes but in about a fortnight you'll find it will make a funny black mark on your fin ger. It did on mine. 6:80 pm 0:35 7:15 7:30 7:38 7:41 7:53 7:58 8:12 8:85 8:57 9:17 9:34 9:42 9:58 10:13 10:30 P) THE COMFORTABLE WAY. GOING NORTH STATIONS GOING SOUTH -St. Paul... •Minneapolis. Lv... Moorhead.... Ar Fargo Ar—Casselton.. ..Lv Lv Casselton ... 10:25 am 10:10 a 9:30 a 9:20 a 9:13 a 9:10 a 9:00 a 8:55 am 8:41 a 8:16 a 7:56 a 7:39 a 7:22 am 7:14 a 7:01 a 6:46 a 6:30 a Ar Saxony Fleming .....—Ripon Absaraka .Ayr Page Colgate HOPE Blabon Picltert Finley Sharon Ar Aneta Lv Connects at Casselton for Grand Forks and St. Paul. Land Seekers Here Another large party oi land seekers arrived in town last eve ning. The men are with Murray Bros. & Ward who are the prin cipal land dealers in this part of the state. The party came in a special car. AGED WOMAN PLAYS BALL. "Grandma" Hunt, 105, Likes to Be the Pitcher. "I've been- a good baseball player since I was forty-five years old," says Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt, aged 105, of 525 Dean street, Brooklyn. Think of it! "Observe how erect I am. I attrib ute it to playing baseball. There's nothing like baseball for exercising the stubborn muscles. I play about three times a week in good weather. I prefer to pitch, but the children make me cover the bases sometimes. I draw the line, however, at' running bases." Mrs. Hunt was found playing on a lot with several boys and girls a few days ago. She was pitching and had just struck out a grandson, the hus kiest boy and best player in the lot. It was the third out and left two of her granddaughters on bases. The youngsters greeted grandma's achieve ment with lusty cheers. Stenographer's Stunt. The official stenographers of the house have reported so far this ses sion about 2,775,000 words, with the session perhaps a little more than half over. There is a busy, talking time to come, however, and the full bill will probably be about 6,000,000 words for the session. That is outside of the committee bearings, which will be more than half as much additional, so that the house will have sent to the printing office as the talk that has been made or to its members while at work on the floor or in the committee rooms approximately 10,000,000 words. The senate will easily double that, if it does not exceed it, although the sen ate often sits only four days a week, while the house is always busy at least five days, and sometimes sits on Sat urday. That will be a round total of 20,000,000 words thus uttered at this session. Not a Large Arm hole. Don't in order to avoid a tight blouse cut a large armhole so as to give more play to the arm. Afar better plan is to ease the side seam. A wide armhola causes the blouse to be pulled out of place at the waist when the arm is lifted. LJftPER Sit quietly in your own home and look over the line of Henry Bosch Co., Chicago, the most complete collec tion of wall papers ever assembled unequalled for new and exclusive patterns. Very latest designs, foreign and domestic and the low est Chicago prices. Save money on every roll, save time and en ergy, and decide at your leisure. Will call with the Bosch Sam ples any hour you name—no trouble and, you are under no obligations to buy*. the word. Just tay W1 I STAGER, Paper Hanger, Painter and Contractor. OFFICJE IN WOODWARD BLOCK. HOPE, N. DAK. PILGRIMAGE TO LUXEMBURG Tourist Tells of Annual Journey to Historic Shrine Afflicted Thousands Seek Cures. "I have just returned from a visit to my native state of Luxem burg, which I had not seen for more than 30 years," said Hein rich Hirschberg, of New Ulm, Minn., to the Milwaukee Sentinel. "I arrived in Luxemburg in time to witness the annual pil grimage to the shrine of St. Wile brodus, who lived in the middle ages and who was afflicted with St. Vitus dance. It .appears that after the death of this saint many miraculous cures of persons sim ilarly afflicted were made at his grave, and at the present time the first Tuesday after Pentecost is set apart as his day. "Thousands of those afflicted with St. Vitus dance visit his shrine on that day. Those who are so ill as to be unable to attend are represented by their relatives, and this representation is said to be as efficacious as a personal pil grimage. "For two or three days before the day of the pilgrimage all the railroads running to the little vil lage where the shrine is located were crowded. The inns and kneipen did an enormous busi ness. On the morning of the trip to the church fuly 20,000 afflicted persons or relatives of sufferers formed a line about half a mile from the church. It was an inspir ing sight. Ten abreast they formed, those in each ten holding hands. Many bands of music ac companied the procession, which started at a given signal. "To the tune of a sacred march the procession proceeded on its way, the pilgrims marching slow ly with a sort of dance step. Four steps forward and two backward, in rhythmic motion, they made the half mile to the church in a short time. The entrance to the church was made with the greatest rever ence, and before the altar, in a me tallic casket, lay the corpse of the saint, who has been dead for cen turies. The casket was opened enough to permit a view of the body, being, provided with hinges for that purpose. "Each passer looked upon the sacred corpse upon the altar genu flecting and muttering prayers and making the sign of the cross rapidly several times. After all had viewed the coffin the pilgrim age was over." FRENCH ON RAT HUNT. Eighteen Thousand Killed in the Streets of Paris by Sur prised Workmen. An extraordinary sight was witnessed in the small hours of the morning recently by persona passing along the streets and boulevards in the neighborhood of the Eastern railway station, Paris, says the London Mail. Thousands of huge rats, many of them as large as rabbits, were scampering along in terror. They were being bravely attacked by many cats, but- the latter did not always come off best in the en counters, and numbers of cats were killed. People fled from the streets in terror, but the rats did not attack any human beings, and turned into the sewers wherever they could find an opening. It appears that a short time ago while a temporary wooden bridge was being demolished in the Boul evard Sebastopol over the tunnel ing for the new Metropolitan rail way, an old sewer was brought to light. It must have been the headquarters of all the rats in the neighborhood. They poured out into the streets in an enormous army. The workmen, several hundred in number* laid about them vigorously with sticks and spades and killed no fewer than 18,000 of the rodents. The inhabitants of the neigh borhood are alarmed and are afraid to go down into their cellars for coals and wine. Surprising. Subbubs—1 bought some chick ens yesterday and started a poultry yard, and early this morn ing there .were two colored men hanging aroundvmy place. Col. South—Yo' don't say, suh? And do yo' really hang 'em up hyar, rnjrely fo' stealin' chickens? —Catholic Standard. 11 Going Too Par. Pleasure without moderation is telways mixed with misery.—Chi bago TribuAe. Room NTI40 that I Eggs For Hatching from Pure Bred Fowls R. C. Golden Wyendotts S. C. White Leghorns PRICE 50Cts. per setting with guar antee to replace any egg that does not hatch, free of charge. \AI. J. ©UIND, Blabon, IM. Dak. MAKE MONEY THE HOME INSURANCE CO. CAPITAL ASSETS -J All Liabilities except Capital Surplus as to Policy Holders A liberal estimate places the Losses of this Company in San Francisco at less than $1,500,000 E. G. SNOW, President. BROWN & DANSKIN, Agents. CHAS. EBELING, /Machinist & Boiler Maker Now is the time to let me figure on your work. Don't wait, but come in and let-us talk the matter over. Engine and Separator Repairing a Specialty. General Bfacksmithing Wagon Work I have hired a first-class blacksmith and am prepared to do all kinds of general blacksmith ing and Wagon Work in connection with my Machine Shop. $80 TO SI75 PER MONTH For Firemen and Brakemen, Experience unnecessary. Instructions by mail to your home. High wages guaranteed rapid promotion. We assist you in securing a position as soon as competent. Sena to a&y. Full particulars at once. Inclose stamp. NATIONAL RAILWAY TRAINING SCHOOL, Inc.. Boston Block, Minneapolis, Minn.,U.S.A., A E O I with Rheumatism, Backache, Kidney Trouble, Catarrh or any other Blood Trouble If so, and you could FIND IMMEDIATE RELIEF IN would you hesitate to take.it? Of course you wouldn't, and I am so sure "6088" by sending your HIDES, FURS ETC toos-We pay hl^h prices &self guns, traps etc. cheep, ISMSABfiffl SHIP IRON O SCRAP Scrap medals and junk to UNITED STATES IRON COL Capital S100.000.00 SECURITY BANK BLDG. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Highest Prices. Qulek Settlement. will cure any of the above named complaints MAKE AM ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE to refund your money if you are not satisfied with the result after taking half of the first bottle. Gold Medal Pharmacy |3,000,000 21,239,052 9,518,551 11,720,501 to to to to to to to to Steam and Hot Water Heat ing Plants. to $ J/Sf EDWIN MURRAY Founder and Proprietor of the Murray Cure. DRINK HABIT CURED Permanently and thoroughly by the Murray Cure. If you have tried others and failed, don't lose hope. We will re turn your money if you are not satisfied at end of treatment. Remember it is not a gold cure, and leaves one in splendid physical condition.. Write or wire insti tute at our expense, stating exact time when you will arrive. It is better to have us meet you at the train and avoid un scrupulous hack drivers who will taVa you to the wrong place. Write for bank references and booklet giving testimon ials and endorsement of the Murray Cure. There are only two Murray Cure Institutes, 1819 Nicollet Avenue, Min neapolis. and FARGO, N. D. 321 So. 13th St.