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t- ^4 Pf' 9 THE PIONEER ... Best Advertising Medium in the County. d! A I inely Equipped Job Det artment in connection. VOLUME 27, HEAVY STORMS RAIN, SNOW AND HEAVY WINDS HIT THE EASTERN CITIES SEVERELY. Pennsylvania Gets the First Taste of Genuine Winter. Many Vessels Compelled to Seek Shelter in the Nearest Harbors. New York, Nov. 25.— New York was wind-swept and rain-soaked yes terday in the heavy storm that came booming up the Atlantic coast from Cape Hatteras, sending ships scurry ing to port and keeping others hug ging their anchorages in the harbor. The storm was reported as central off the New Jersey coaBt. The weather bureau reported that the wind reached a maximum veloci ty of forty miles an hour while at the eastern end of Long Island it was skipping along at a velocioy of sixty-four miles. Boston, Nov. 25.—Endangering the shipping all along the Massachusetts coast and tying up many vessels in the harbors, a northeasterly gale, blowing at sixty miles an hour, set in Sunday afternoon and tonight was kicking up a heavy sea. Alight rain, which fell through the latter part of the day, turned into a downpour at dusk. Two passenger steamers were forced by the gale to seek shelter in Provincetown harbor during the day. Pew vessels sailed from any harbor along the coast during the day. Plymouth, Mass., Nov. 24.—Seeking shelter in the harbor for the night, the Provincetown schooner Lucy went aground on Brown's island at the en trance of the harbor and was com pletely broken up by the driving seas. The life savers succeeded in taking off the crew. Philadelphia, Nov. 24.—Philadephia and vicinity had its first taste of win ter today when the Atlantic coast storm brought it with it sleet and snow. The PIONEER PBINTERY hings Try it and see. prints any '.'1 3 Our Special For Next Saturday will be BOY KILLED BY LYNX Beast, When Shot Failed to Kill, At« tacked Lad and Devoured Head. Kenmare, N. D., Nov. 23.—Walter, the 16-year-old son of Peter Johnson of McKinney island, twenty miles east of here, discovered a lynx and procured a 22-rifle and started in pur suit. Upon getting sight of the lynx the lad make every effort to work within close range before shooting and evidently the animal was not alarmed. The boy missed his aim, whereup on the beast sprang upon him with great ferocity. Terrible cries at tracted men at a distance, but when they arrived the lynx was rapidly de vouring the body. The presence of several persons did not stop the beast from devour ing his prey, and it was necessary to procure firearms with which to shoot it. The face and head of the boy were almost completely destroyed. Spark Ignites Dress. Rapid City, S. D., Nov. 25.—While dressing her baby, Mrs. James Shank who resides west of here, met with an accident that may result in her death. A spark from the stove near which she was standing ignited her dress and before she was aware of it her clothing was a mass of flames. A five-year-old son gave the alarm and the men hands arrived in time to save the woman from deaths Her back and hands are terribly burned and she is in a critical condition. Minnesota Gold. Browns Valley, Minn., Nov. 25.— Several months ago gold was discov ered on the old Lang farm, 10 miles south of this place, near the west shore of Big Stone lake. The discov ery was kept ^uite until the title to certain property had been secured. A stock company will go to work on the property at once. Narrow Escape. Devils Lake, N. D., Nov. 23.—The Jacobson sisters "narrowly escaped with their lives in a spectacular fire which destroyed the Jacobson block, a two-story bricX building -with 100 feet of frontage, causing a loss of $45,COO, and damaged the city fire •hn.ll to the extent of $5,000. The Ja cobson sisters escaped from the build ing clad only in their night apparel. In the Jacobson block were the storeB of the Jacobson sisters, millin ery Prank Lueck, jeweler, and r.Lvacich, Strand & Co.. clotfe.Krr NORTH DAKOTA NEWS. INCORPORATIONS. Alfred Blaisdell, secretary of state, has issued charters to the following corporations: Dickinson Business College, Dickin son. Capital stock, $5,000. Incorpo rators Lloyd Raber, Del McCollum and Dona Rader, all of Dickinson. Walton & Davis Co., Dickinson, cap ital stock $100,000. Incorporators: William H. Walton, John F. Davis and Harry P. Beidler, all of Dickinson. Miller Elevator Company, Ambrose. Capital stock $10,000. Incorporators: Hugh Shaw, Archibald M. Shaw, both of Harvey, N. D. and James L. Miller and Archibald Miller, both of Am brose. Absaraka Mercantile Co., Absaraka. Capital stock, $15,000. Incorporators: Nils Nilson, of Absaraka and D. A Davidson and Mary A. Davidson, both of Casselton. Sailor's Remedy Company, Devils Lake. Capital stock, $3,000. Incorpo rators: Edmund Horsman, Elmer J. Chamberlin and Henry G. Middaugh, all of Devils Lake. Millers Win First Round. Fargo—Millers of the state won the first round in their fight against Com missioner Ladd on the bleached floor suits. The temporary injunction granted by Judge Pollock, October 2, expiring, was continued in modified form until a hearing on a permanent injunction can be taken up, about Feb ruary 1. Commissioner Ladd contends that the process of ozone bleaching in use by a majority of the millers of this and other states is injurious as it transmits nitrites into the flour. He does not seek to prohibit this process but demands that the millers brand flour under this process as "bleached." The millers assert the process, in stead of being injurious, is beneficial, but they decline to agree to a special label. The court holds there Is no imme diate necessity for action and con tinues the restraining order prevent ing the commissioner from publish ing his findings, but modifies the orig inal order so that prosecutions can be instituted if the commissioner and state'B attorneys deem it necessary. Boy Badly Hurt. Aneta Carl Lolland, the next to the oldest son of County Commissioner Lolland, met with a bad accident while hauling a 70-bushel load of wheat to Kloten. Prom reports, the boy was HOPE, STEELE COUNTY, KORTH DAKOTA, NOVEMBER 28, 1907. m-. -... •-V#-"'- v-,fc JSANTArClAUSlS HEADQUARTERS A 5 and 9 cent China Sale Some of the Greatest Bargains ever offered for the money will be found at this sale. You have the advantage of city prices when you attend our •Special Sales. Watch for our Special Sale announcement each week. IMew Goods arriving daily for Our 5 and 10 Counters. THE VARIETY CASH STORE & WARNER, Props. walking alongside of the wagon and the wheel caught his heal and tripped him, the wheel passing over the thigh of his right leg, breaking and crush ing the bone. The boy laid there until someone came along and picked him up. Bert Dickinson, who was at the threshing machine with his auto, came to town and got Dr. Miedel, who at tended the boy and relieved his pain, and otherwise fixed him up as good as possible. Attempt to Burn Town. Tolley—A dastardly attempt to burn the town of Tolley has been uncov ered. Dr. Dalager was answering a sick call, and in passing a pool hall, discovered it to be on fire. It was found upon investigation that a hole had been bored through a wall of the poolroom and' a quantity of kerosene poured into the building. Pa per had then been poked into the open ing and lighted. The DOOI hall is in the center of the 15he JEFFERSON 8 business district, which consists of frame business houses, and had it burned it is believed the rest of the town would have gone with it. Exciting, Dickinson—Tom Vallancey, a trav eling salesman of Bismarck, O. M. Holemoe of Fargo and L. W. McLean had an exciting experience ten miles east of this city. They left in an auto for Gladstone, and as they were Hear ing the village the steering gear broke and the machine turned around, plow ing deep furrows in the prairie. The car was going at the rate of twenty five miles an hour, and immediately took fire. The men jumped for their lives, leaving their coats and grips, which were quickly burned. The ma chine was destroyed. NEWS NOTES. Westhope—The hospital is filling a long-felt want. Fargo—Scranton is the name of the i2®®£s©®©eee©©oo©eeeeaeee©©e©oee©eeeseeeeeeeeeeeeceeeee©eeeeseeeseei jeeeeeeseoeeeseeeeo cesser Do You Like Good Things To Eat? If you do, buy your groceries of us W ha O E BRAND'' the best on the market. Everything- fresh. New Cash Store (EL V:-- •:.:.:••••• Official Paper .*$ —OF— County of Steele —AND— The City of Hope No. 33 Watch For Weekly Saturday Each Week new lignite mining town down near the Milwaukee extension. Egeland—The Soo Company FOR SALE A team of young horses. Willis Bailey, Hope, N. D. MALONEY, Props. ffV- A 1 1 .'•y fi r*i haB about 2,100 tons of coal in its sheds, cars and on the grounds here, and are still bringing in more. Fargo—The trustees of Hudson school district, Dickey county, offer a reward of $25 for the arrest and con vlction of the parties who shot holes through the schoolhouse walls and windows. Grand Forks—Andrews Samuelson is in the county jail here, having been brought from Niagara to serve a sen tence of eighty days for attacking a girl aged 8 years. There was great excitement in Niagara until it was found the little girl had not been in jured. See It xih r«,.