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-L* X. :^5 NOTICE OP PRIMARY ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that on Tues day, the 19th day of June next, at the several election precincts in the county of Steele, state of North Dakota, a Primary Election will be held for the nomination of County and district of ficers, and for the election of delegates to the State Conventions, by the politi cal parties which cast five per cent of the votes cast for governor at the last general election, which are the Repub lican and Democratic parties. The County Officers are: -One Auditor. One Register of Deeds. One Clerk of District Court. One States Attorney. One Sheriff. One County Judge. One Treasurer. One Surveyor. One Coroner. One Superintendent of Schools. Four Justices of the Peace. Four Constables. One County Commissioner for the 2nd Commissioner District. One County Commissioner for the 3rd Commissioner District. One County Commissioner 5th Commissioner District. The District Officers are: ®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®S®®®®®®(aXaA®®®®®®®®® O.OTOTO.OTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTOTO for the the One State Senator to represent sixteenth District. Three Members of the House of Rep resentatives to represent the the six teenth District. Delegates to the State Conventions are: Eight Delegates to the Republican State Convention to be held at James town, N. Dak., July 12th 1906. Six Delegates to the Democratic State Convention to be held at Minot, N. Dak., August 2nd 1906. Which election will be opened at nine d'clock in the morning and will contin ue open until four o'clock in the after noon of that day, at the following polling places: Newburg precinct, at school house on section number 15. Beaver Creek precinct, at school house on section number 21. Westfield precinct, at school house on section number 10. Sharon precinct, at old school house in the village of Sharon. Franklin precinct, at school house on section numbei®53. Finley twp. precinct, at school house on section number 15. Golden Lake precinct, at school house on section number 11. Enger precinct, at town hall on sec tion number 15. Primrose precinct, at school house on section number 2. Sherbrooke precinct, at school house in the village of Sherbrooke. Easton precinct, at school house on section number 11. Greenview precinct, at school house on section number 14. Riverside precinct, at school house on section number 29. Melrose precinct, at school house on section number 2. Hugo precinct, at school house on section number 14. Edendale precinct, at town hall on section number 22. Broadlawn precinct, at school house on section number 29. Colgate precinct, at. town hall in the village of Colgate. We st—It is Your company—Farmers only. 2nd—It furnishes you Insurance at actual cost you pay for what you get, what you pay'for. 3rd—It requires no cash premium until your crop is harvested and you are able to pay. No INTEREST on your note til after due. 4th—Because the company is honestly conducted and managed by officers selected from among your own members, and no funds are used to enrich stockholders, for it has none. CitXsXs) Carpenter precinct, at school house on section number 26. Willow Lake precinct, at sclioo house on section number 8. Hope city precinct, at town hall in' the city of Hope. Finley village precinct, at town hall in the village of Finley. Dated at Sherbrooke, North Dakota this 17th day of May 1906. S. McPherson County Auditor NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the Estate ot Hannah Moote. Deceased: I Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, George Murray. Administrator of the Estate of Hannah Moote. late of the City of Hope, in the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased, to exhibit tnem with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the tirst publication of this notice, to said administrator at his office, in the village of Sherbrooke. in said Steele county. Dated May 10th. A. D. 190(5. GEORGE MUKKAY, Administrator. First publication on the 17th day of May, A, D. 1906. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Matter of the Estate of I Mikkel Larsen, Deceased: Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Ella Larsen, Administratrix of the Estate of Mikkel Larsen late of the Township of Willow Lake in the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, said deceased to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the Hrst publication of this notice, to said administra trix at the office of C. S. Shippy, in the City of Hope in said Steele County. Dated May. 22nd, A. D. 1906. ELLA LARSEN. Administratrix. First Publication on the 24th day of May, A. D. 1906. IRooms Especially fitted Jfor Customers *Use. The ample capital and sur plus of this bank, its tinan^ cial po it on and its estab lished reputa tion for conser tvative banking methods are a mong the substantial advantages offered to present and prospec tive patrons, To maintain. and increase these advantages is the policy of the management. •ftae equipment in every de partment is thorough, modern and efficient. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE. Sale of State Hay Permits. Permits to cut grass on unleased school and institution lands for the season of 1906 will be sold at public auction by the county treasurer at the court house in Sherbrooke .at 10 o'clock a. m. on Saturday, June 23rd, 1900. No bids will be entertained for less than $5.00 per quarter section. Done by order of Board of Univer sity and School Lands. O. I. HEGGE, Land Commissioner. Seed Barley and Macaroni wheat for sale, cash" or on time. 'Phone or write L. N. WOOD, Hope, N. Dak. 3tf IS YOUR SURNAME HERE? They Originally Had Meaning and Were Then Descriptive of Their Owners. Nearly all surnames originally had a meaning, asserts the Phil adelphia Bulletin. They were de scriptive of their owners. In a word, they were nicknames, like "Skinny," or "Shorty," or "Pud." Peel is a surname that shows the original Peel to have been bald. Grace means fat, from the French gras. Grant, from grand, means big. An Oliphant should be a clumsy and unwieldy person. This sur name was "elephant" originally. The Parkers were keepers of no blemen's parks. The Warners were warreners or rabbit tenders. The Barkers prepared bark for tanning. The Laboucheres were butchers. Bell meant handsome. Cam erQn meant crook-nosed Curtis meant polite and Forster meant a forester Napier, a servant in charge of the table linen Palmer, a pilgrim Wainwright, a wagon builder Waler, a wall builder Webster, a weaver Wright, a car penter. Colorado Cantelouple. •At Palisades, Col., a canteloupe has recently been produced thai has the taste and flavor of a ba nana. It has been named the ba nana canteloupe and promises to become popular. DUE TO ABSENCE OF MIND. Millions of Pieces of Mail Beach the Dead Letter Office Yearly—Last Year Shows Increase. i. The queer slips of the absent minded person, the funny thinga that people do who "just forgot" and the thousand and one capers that people perform through ig norance, stupidity and sheer care lessness, all show up in large and ccn,crettr form in the annual re ports of the dead letter office, from one of which it is learned that this department handled the as tonishing total of 9,300,351 pieces of mail matter in a single year. The total amount of money found in misdirected, unad dressed and unclaimed letters was not large, considering the number of them, but it was a small fortune nevertheless, being over $48,000. Commercial papers, with an ag gregate value of $1,399,926, is an important item in this showing of human frailty. The record of the year, it is said, marks a considerable increase over any previous year—a fact .which may be referred to psychol ogists for explanation. FOR SALE Eight cords of rock. James Loney. 3 «." Alliance Hail Association of Jamestown, N. D. The Company that paid its losses in full the last season at a cost to its members of only 4 per cent has paid its losses for the past 14 years at an average cost of 4 4-7 per cent. Here are a few reasons why should insure your crop in this company: You can insure in sums of $100.00 to $800.00 on a quarter section and up to $1600.00 on a section, but in no case to exceed $8.00 per acre. MAZE YOUR APPLICATION EARLY OR YOUR NEIGHBOR MAY GET AHEAD OF YOU. Call 4tf on TO Sept. 15 5th—Your assessment is LIMITED to six per cent., and it may be much less than that. 6th—Hail insurance is as necessary as fire insurance, and more so- There are ten losses in this state by hail where there is one by fire. You may say you have insured several years and have never had a loss. Did you ever stop to think that one crop lost would pay for hail insurance at 4 1-2 per cent, on full rate of $8.00 per acre for TWENTY-FIVE YEARS, and your loss may be this year? It pays to be on the safe side. G. A. WARNER, Agent. STOVES a a in Heaters and Ranges ever shown in the city. Call and in spect them while line is full. J. H. McCULLOM. June 1 VERY LOW ROUND TRIP RATES $60 to Seattle, Everett, Portland, Vancouver, and return, $57.50 to Wenatchee, and return. $55 to Spokane, the "Kootenai" Pernie, and return. $50 to Anaconda, Butte, Helena, Great Falls, Kalispell, Belton (Lake Mac Donald), Lethbridge, and return. 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