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W Hbe 1bope IMoneer HOPE, By THE N: D. PUBLISHING CO. THURSDAY, FEB. 28 •jrv. 0§ Official Newspaper 'Steele County SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Per Year, In advance. SIM Montis '. Dr. Bacharach furnishes the following report of the vital sta tistics for the month of January: Births, 8 males 1, females 2 deaths, 4 females 1, males 3 1 premature birth, 1 of icterus, 1 of fleis(?) and one of pneumonia. There were 8 cases of small pox and 4 of measles reported.—Fin ley Beacon. The question as to what should be said in regard to the weather we have had this winter is being discussed by a large number of people this state. There are those who have gone out of their way to libel the state by gross exaggerations, whlie others be lieve it is policy to make the situ ation appear rosy to people in other states. But the best plan is to tell the truth. We have had a severe winter and it is folly to talk otherwise. But history re cords just as severe winters for half a dozen other states. They axe not peculiar to one state. And a cold winter cannot offset the widespread and invaluable advertising that North Dakota has received from a score of bumper crops of wheat and other cereals. When men from Iowa, Illinois and some of the eastern states can write to friends at their former homes and truth fully state that since coming here they have bettered their financial condition beyond their most san guine expectations that we have a. soil that for fertility cannot be surpassed anywhere in the union that nearly every farm is within easy reach of a school house and that our standard of education is very high, that mild winters are not infrequent here when these things can be said we need have no fear that the severe weather this winter will check the immi gration or depreciate the value of our real estate.—OmemeeHerald. FOUND—A double harness. Owner can have same by proving property and paying charges. Henry Brendemuehl, Hope, N. Dak. TI-IE 1907 SESSION LAWS The present session of the legislature prsmises to make a lot of trouble for •the new 1905 code. Up to date a great many more bills have been introduced than any session of the past. If you do not get a copy of the new measures, you will not know what is the law. The quickest, cheapest and best way to know the new law is to buy a copy of the 'Pocket Edition.'' This will be printed within a few days after the governor has disposed of the last measure before him. It will, in addi tion to the laws, contain a lot of North Dakota statistical matter, which will be of interest, we think. The "Pocket Edition" will cost but a dollar, and its posession may save youfar more than this. Send this sum and your name and address and the Pioneer will have a copy delivered to you as soon as printed. P. J. Doran will hold a public sale on Wednsday, March 6th. Pat intends to move to Hope and go into the dray business.—Fin ley Beacon. V\'^ If: x* V* 9 -V \r HER $1.30 .73 Bntered at the post office at Hope, North Da cota, as second class matter. (ST To insure insertion, all advertise ments and pay locals must reach our office on or before Wednesday noon of each week. •'•f M. B. Cassell of this city has been appointed by Gov. Burke on the May ville Normal Board. One of our exchanges says that •when an occassional cold winter like this comes alone, we are like ly to forget the fact- that it is a pret.ty good country which will produce a crop that requires two years of railroad effort to haul to market, and he's right.— Bottineau News, "Oh, dear!" Polly remarked to the masculine relative as she opened her mail. "Too bad," he returned, sympathet ically. "Can't you stave 'em oft any longer? I'd get a gun and shoot 'em all. Then your troubles would be over.", "What are you talking about?" she demanded with hauteur. "Creditors^ of course. Haven't I lived and suffered, too.? Do tliey send collectors, Polly?" This last in a con fidential undertone. Polly's dignity crumbled. "Yes, they do—the impolite things!" "Impolite collectors?" the masculine relative bristled. "Mercy, no! They're too polite—so mysterious and confidential. I meant the dry goods stores were impolite to send the collectors." "Oh!" with amused appreciation. "I've thought of that myself." "I tell you, the first of each month I vow I'll never get another thing charged as long as I live. It's perfect ly disgraceful the way little things count up. A card of buttons, a spool of thread and a few other trifles that I positively had to have—and there you are with a bill for $37.45. Of course, I always buy at the stores where my account is paid up the best, but sometimes they all get behind at once, and then I am in a mess." "All? How many accounts do you run, child?" "Five. So, you see, I nearly always have credit somewhere." "Quite a financier! Well, Polly, I hate to see you look so disconsolate. Would a five or a ten—" "A drop in a bucket!" She drew a deep sigh. "But, Polly—" "Oh, never mind I'm learning to take care of myself beautifully. I snubbed a credit man the other day." "You did?" "Yes. You see, I very tactlessly walked into the store where I, owe the most and asked the cashier to let me have the money on a $50 check that the Partrite Lumber company had paid me for the big piece of typewriting I've been doing for them evenings. The minute I had spoken it popped into my head that the cashier might wonder why I wasn't applying that fifty on account. I couldn't, you see, because my dressmaker wouldn't wait another day for her money. Well, as luck would have it, the cashier asked me to step in and get the credit man's 'O. K.' on my check, and I walked into his pen with my head up, and what do you think that inquisitive man did? He asked what the Partrite Lumber cotnpany gave me that check for. I was equal to it. I refused to tell him." "Polly!" "Certainly. I asked him if he con sidered the Partrite company's check good, and before he could say more than yes I reminded him that all he had a right to ask me in that casp was identification. With that I pui''-.-: out my monogramed watch, my broidered handkerchief, my club ticket, a lot of visiting -:i a letter or two, and by pointed my engraved in:!•••: in his face he said so: .g like 'That's enough' HIV v^Do the check and wrote 'O •. .^liing all the time." "No wonder' -..e mascu line relate is that he gave you -ie must have thoughl .oupst. Why, his questic .ecly proper. It's often a j're all right you'll probah it in a matter-of-fact way /j ve come by the check die!.' the chances are that you'll get tiusio-rert See?" "Of coarse I see. If I had realized that he v.-as insinuating that I stole that check I wouldn't have accepted his old O K.' a all. I declare, if I had the money U-. minute I'd take it straJslii iMr.k \i- his old cashier. But I hs'.'Hn ii'.Hi the point. I'll have •.—*•'«s 'ju his collector, though, whei. comes arotind. I'll be colder than ever to him." "Oh, there's where you make a mis take, Polly. I always keep friendly with the collector." "You may—if you can. I can't As a class they're detestable as individ uals they're intolerable. I freeze them." "Even when you have money to give them?" "Do you suppose I give them mon ey? If I had the full amount of my bill right In vfiy hand when the collector rang the bell I'd turn him away coldly and take a trip down-town to pay it rather than do anything that might encourage him to call again." "Pshaw! A collector's got to live, and if the bill has run until he has to come, anyway, you might as well—" "No, sir! They'll never get one cent from me. I hate them." "Polly, that's feminine. Listen/ now—" "No use. You can't make me give them money if you talk all night. Why, I haven't any money to give them. If I had, don't you suppose I'd pay it at the store and keep the hate ful collector from coming? Do yo.u imagine that I keep wealth in a teapot, just for the fun of having collectors call? Talk about being feminine! What are you?"—Chicago Daily News. Its Meaning. "Johnny, what does 'I asked for bread and ye gave me a stone* mean Does it mean a stone, really?" "No'm it means he asted fer bread an' waB Ppat handed a lemon."—Houston You Open lour Mouth Like a young bird and gulp down what* ever food or medicine may be offered you? Or, do you want to know something of the composition and character of that which you take into your stomach whether food or medicine? Most intelligent and sensible people now-a-days insist on knowing what they employ whether as food or as medicine. Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfect right to insist upon such knowledge. 8o he publishes,'^woadcast and on each bottle* wrapper, whatJJJTnedJclnes are made of and v^esJCrrff!ctereat6» This ha he can wefeafford to do because th» the Ingredients of whlrii his mediclnw» are made are stuqied and understood TBS morewill their superior curative virtue? •jndilRiJiJi be&j For the cure of woman's peculiar weak nesses, irregularities and derangements, giving rise to frequent headaches, hack* ache, dragging-down pain or distress in lower abdominal or pelvic region, accom* panled, ofttimes, with a debilitating, pelvic, catarrhal drain and kindred symp* toms of weakness, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a most* efficient remedy. It is equally effective Jn curing painful periods, in giving strength to nursing mothers and in preparing the system CH the expectant mother for baby's coming, thus rendering childbirth safe and com' paratively painless. The "Favorite Pre scription "is a most potent, strengthening tonic to the general system and to the organs distinctly feminine in particular. It is also a soothing and invigorating nervine and cures nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria, spasms, chorea or St. Vitus's dance, and other distressing nervous symptoms at tendant upon functional and organic dis eases of the distinctly feminine organs. A host of medical authorities of all the fn iractice, recommend several schools of each of the several ingredients of which "Favorite Prescription" is made for the cure of the diseases for which it is claimed to be a cure. You may read what they pay for yourself by sending a postal card request for: a free booklet of extracts from the leading authorities, to Dr. E. V. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In stitute, Buffalo, N. Y., and it wilfcome to you by return post. STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA. I County of Steele In District Court, Third Judicial District. Charles G- Merriell Plaintiff vs. William H. Courtney. Ted P. Spitz and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in. or lien or incumbrance upon the property described in tbe complaint Defendants. S O N S The State of North Dakota To the above nam ed Defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, which is on file in the office of the Clerk of the iMstrict Court within and for the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, at the Village of Sherbrooke, in said County, 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 judgement will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated this lnth day of February. A. D. 1907 C. S. SHIPPV ., Attorney for Plaint..!! Residence and Post Office address HitiV Steele County, N. D. To the adove named Defendant? You are hereby notified tba ,i.e ^iief sought in said action consists wri»uv 'ii delud ing tbe said defandants froir. in,' ni.-i :stin or lien or incumbrance un it-o iic real pro perty, iih\ that the lan. IVn .aid action relates is the following c. real estate situated in tne Comu f.e.j.f- and State of North Dakota, to numbered live (5) and six in Hi'i 'i.»'i I'd nine (91 in the original Towns'ie Town [now City] of Hope, according ... ,ne :„at thereof on file or record in tin? cilice „ne Register of Deeds in and for said Sr.eele Counuy. Dam Fetvwrv ,5th. 1907.' Notice S. SHIPPY, Attorney for Plaintiff. Hope. N. 1 of Dissolution Notice is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing between F. E. Carpenter and Chas. G. Warner has been, by mutual consent, dissolved. The business will hereafter be con ducted by Mr. Chas. G. Warner, who has assumed all the obliga t.ions of the said firm, and all debts due the said firm will be collected by Chas. G. Warner. Dated February 12th, 1907. F. E. Carpenter. •Chas. G. Warner. Perfumed Talcum Powder lb. packages only 10 cts. at Wamberg's Drug Store. A Meyer will pay $5.00 a ton for any old iron, will also pay highest market price for old rub ber boots, shoes, brass andcop er. ,-'w Publisher's (C\ j. I UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS T!0 I'rMviiers of Webster's International Dictionaryi ic to that it "is, in fact,the popu lar iiKix-d thoroughly re-editedinerery tlclril.mvl ViK'tlyenriched Inevery part., with 1 he t' adapting: it to meet the larger nml Bevciei* requirements of another Kenero tid'i." Wo r.re t'.ie opinion that this allegation most ck- i.v id accurately describes the wont th -t Iins boen accomplished and the result t! 'i b:' 3 been reached. The Dict ionary, no it now Simula, bas been thoroughly re •Milled in every detail, bns been corrected in every part, n:»l ia admirably adapted to meet I ho larger and severer requirements of a (fcnenit ion which demands more of popular lihil(i!4i( nl knowledge tlinn any generation that ine world hasevcr containei. It is rei-lmps needless to add that we refer to the (ii.iionary in our judicial work as of iho hifr)i-.sc authority in accuracy of detinl tioii: and timt in the fiitnreiml.ithepastlt will be the source of consiuiit reference. Inn ji CHARLES 0. KOTTj C!i!i*f Just tea. I.AV/RKNVR V.'KLUON. JOHN liAVIS, BTANTON J. iV-DT.T.U, CHMtua is. l.uwur. JudgM. The fibrroe refers to M'VUr.TEIVS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE (thehi rhp* .twnrrtl wns piven to 1 he Interna. Uomil ut. the World's i'air, Li. l.ou:s. "1 ht '.ntcrmlc, our hjjL'a nit jiuyee, scut free. G. O. fvitZRRiAM CO, PU3i.isH:r3, SPRINGFIELD, MA88. "Ma*. MATT FOR SALE: The Graham res idence in the east part of town— sixrooms—well finished—war and in a good location. Well sell for cash or part cash, balance well secured. Party interested will do well to call and see the undersigned at once. Here is a bargain for some one. See S. J. DANSKIN. TEACHER'S EXAMINATION. Notice is hereby given that the next regular examination for teachers' certificates will be held at Sherbrooke, on Friday, March the 8th. -j-.- A. G.' ILLER Co. Supt. of Schools. A. Meyers is still 'loing busi- I y: BEST DICTIONARY A of & Laces The Finest ever shown in Steele County. My FURNITURE Stock is also complete with the latest on the market I E. D. WASHBURN, T. A. LYONS. Carries a full line of Robes Blankets Foot Warmers Etc. Etc. ...# REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION. r.st-Cla Wo an Employe d. THAI TC A VfT\C HAVE /~*I fruurv My absolute guarantee is evidence of my faith 1 1 lUUd/\l BEEN vUl\CL/ in this wonderful remedy. I take all the risk. John Wamberg -o- Gold Medal Pharmacy NOTICE The undersigned, having this day disposed of their, business and being anxious to have all their accounts fixed up, we ask all that know themselves indebt ed to us to ball at the office of our successors—The Kraabel-Don aldson Co.—and settle same and greatly oblige. & Lockwood, I Estimates Furnished Old Building Moved & Remodeled Shop in the old Aldrich Building* .If you have anything in our line it will it will pay you to see us. t,,"" Rheumatism,Cafarrh,B^kacherKid" neyTroiible, or any other Blood trouble TO REFUND YOUR MONEY If a re re at is a a in ha of the first bottle. YOU ARB THE JUDGE. —I ness and will pay 8 cents for hides and will pay the highest market price for poultry and hogs. Call at building just north of the City Hall. Kraabel & Kraabel. WANTED—Capable girl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. W. H. M. Philip.' O •.* STATE OF NOBTH DAKOTA, •County of Steele In County Court. OP FOREIGN WILL. THE STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA, TO the above named Respondents and all persons interest ed In the Estate of Adam Blinn, Deceased. You and each of you are hereby notified that Luey B. Major, the petitioner herein, has' filed in this Court a copy of the Last Will and Test amen't of Adam Blinn,' late of the Oity o, Frankfort in the County of Clinton and State of Indiana, deceased, and tbe Probate thereof inthe'State of Indiana duly authenticated, w.th her petition, praying for the admission to pro bate of said document as the Last Will 'of said deceased, and for the issuance to George Murray of Letters of Admistration With the Wlllv Annexed thereon, and that the said petition and proofs of said purported Will will be heard and duly consid ered by this Court on Monday the 8tb day of April. A. D. 1907, at two (2) o'clock in the afternoon of that day. at the Court Rooms of this Court, in the County Court House, in the Village of Sherbrooke. County of Steele and State of North Dakota, and: You and each of you are hereby cited to be and appear before this Court at said time and place and answer said petition and show cause, if any there be. why the prayer of said petition should hot be granted. Dated February, 27th 1907. By the Court. (SEAL) ADAM S. MOOTE, S O N S THE STATE OP NOBTH DAKOTA To THE ABOYE NAMED DEPENDANTS: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this action, which was filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, within and for the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, at the Village of Sherbrooke, in said County, on the 17th day of December, A. D- 1900, 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 fail ure to appear or answer Judgement will be taken against you,-by default, for the relief, demanded in tbe complaint. Dated December 17th A. D. 1906. C. S. SHIPPY, Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence and Post Office address. HoDe Steele Co.. N. D. To THE ABOVE NAMED DEPENDANTS: You are hereby notified that the relief sought in said action consists wholly in excluding the said defendants fjom any interest in. or lien or incumbrance upon specific real property, and that the land to, which said action relates is the following described premises and real estate, situated in the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, to-wit: Lots numbered one (1), 0 .0 0 S two (2), three (3), seven (7), eight nine (9). ten (10). eleven (11) and twelve Hi !». Before Hon. Adam S. Moote, Judge. IN THK MATTER OP THE ESTATE OP ADAM BLINN. DECEASED. Lucy B. Major Petitrtoner, against Catliarine Blinn. Jacob Blinn, Mary E. Maish and John W. Mitish. :..... Respondents. CITATION AND NOTICE HEARING PROOF Judge of the County Court. It appearing to this Court from all the re cords and Ules in tbe above entitled matter that all of the Respondents above named are nonresidents of the State of North Dakota, It is therefore Ordered that the above and foregoing Notice and Citation be served by publication thereof in The Hope Pioneer, a weekly newspaper printed and published at the City of Hope, in the said County of Steele and State of North Dakota, three times, once each week for three successive weeks. Dated February, 27.1SX)7. •. By the Court, (SEAFC) ADAM S. MOOTE, 1 Judge. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, I COUNTY OF STEELE. ss" In District Court. Third Judicial District Mabel A.'Martin Plaintiff against Geo, A. Mason, Luther Bixby and all other per sons unknown, claiming any estate or interest In, or lien or incumbrance upon the property described in the complaint Defendants. (8). (12) in Block numbered Six (0),in the original town site of the Town (now CityKof Hope, accord ing to the plat thereof now, on file or of record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for said Steele County. Dated tbis 17th day of December, A. D. 1906. a** C-.'S- SHIPPY, Attorney for Plaintiff. Hope, N. D. TO BE 1NCORPORATD AND EN LARGED BY MR. HURRAY'S' FAfllLY. ^f„a?,nouncei?ent °f tl]e sudden death Edwin Murray, founder of the Murray Cure at Minneapolis, Fargo and Seattle, was a shook to many thousands of people »hS knew^pf the good work of the Murray Cure" fP»asa arink cure specialist In the frlSS ?e h?use m«n: Pbynioians and corus of ut. tendants and employes will remain thl sam^ 5 Murray "e'aTment "send^im at'onSe^ Murray Cure Institute. If the drink^abll without help.0?emembehraweyc°aUn help^ breBh Call or write. Murray Cure Institute, 1819 Nicollet Ave., MinneaDolta. r»r j)OI Qa "iaii.