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Horse Blankets
and Robes
We have a good stock on hand.
Call and look them over before
you buy. .:
Zero Wind riill Oil
that will run in the coldest kind
of weather.
We also have the old reliable
20th Century flanure
Spreaders
GIVE US A CALL.
Major Impl't Co.
iTYiei
Hope Roller Mills
Merchant and Exchange Work.
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All grades of flour and feed In stock at all
times. Grist grinding tor farmers receives 3
special attention.
MtM*««»ii«c«tt«i«6«i8ie6ai6!GeiS6tt$6«e«6«:Cie«i6««e!i
New Dray Line,
(ft Haying recently purchased the draying business mi F. fi.
jn Vadnie, I am prepared to do all kinds of carting and moving, jh
HI Calls attended promptly, and goods removed without risk
of injury.
Garden Plowing (liven Special Attentlaa.
Yeur patronage respectfully solicited
$ A. ECKERT, Prop, $
LI .T I
Change of Time
Winter Schedule
7:25 Leave St. Paul Ar 8:10 AM
8:00 AM Fargo -. 2:20
9:20 Casselton 1:05
10:35 Colgate 12:43
10:55 A. HOPE 28 A. M.
11:45 AM Blabon ...10:31AM
12:30 Aneta .....10:15
3:00 Ar Devils Lake Leave 7:45
A. G. FICK, Agent, Hope, N. D.
You Don't Need a Town Crier
to emphasize the merits of your business or an
nounce your special sales.
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No. 196
A
straight story told in
a straight way to the readers of this paper will
quickly reach the ears of the thoughtful, intelligent
buying public, the people who have the money in
their pockets, and the people who listen to reason
and not noise. Our books, will show you a list of
the kind of people you appeal to. Call and see them at
this
office.
Teachers'
I Meeting.
Teachers of the South Half
of County hold Interest^
ing Meeting.
At the teachers' meeting held in the
high school room Nov. 23, twenty-one
teachers of the southern part of the
county were in attendance. The fol
lowing is a copy of the minutes of the
meeting.
Meeting was called to order at 11:00
/o'clock by Supt. A. G. Miller.
After piano duet by Misses Joslyn
and Danskin Supt. Miller presented a
plan for a permanent organization
which was discussed by Supt. Pierson
and Miss Hill.
Miss Ruth Johnson was appointed
temporary secretary.
The following motions were voted
upon and carried.
1- That a permanent organization
be formed for the southern section of
Steele county with its center a Hope.
2- That the Supt. of the Hope schools
act as president of the association,
3- That the president of the associa
tion together with the county Superin
tendent act as an executive commiitee
with power to appoint other members.
4- That the excutive committee con-1 ounty of Steele,
sist of three members.
5- That a permanent secretary be
elected.
6- That Miss Ruth M. Johnson act
as permanent secretary.
The association then adjourned un
til one o'clock p. m.
The meeting was called to order for
the afternoon session with Pres. Pier
son in .the chair.
A class of little boys under the man
agement of Miss Mielke opened the
meeting with a song.
Pres. Pierson then presented a very
able paper after which the association
adjourned to the Second grade room
where Miss Violet Morrish conducted
a model reading class.
Supt." Miller then explained his plan
for the future work of the association
which, in brief, was as follows:
That but two meetings be held each
year, one early in the fall and the
other in the spring.
That the spring meeting be held for
two days.
That the first day Friday be given
over to exhibits of school work done
during the year and to oral contest
work.
That this work be outlined by the
Executive committee.
That the evening be given to declam
atory work and the next day to regu
lar association work
The plan was discussed by Supt.
Pierson and Ex-county Superintendent
Henry"
Discussion of pupils reading circle
work was opened by Ruth M. Johnson
and further discussed by Superinten
dents Pierson and Miller.
The followirg subjects were then dis
cussed.
Parents Day
Physiology in the lower grades
Teachers' reading circle work
Regularity in attendance.
The date of the next meeting was
considered some time about March
10th was thought the best but nothing
definite was decided.
The meeting then adjourned.
Ruth M. Johnson,
Secretary.
School Notes.
By Prof. Thos. G. Pierson
Pupils who were perfect in spelling
for the week ending Nov. 29.
Third Grade.
Charlotte Johnson
Erma Sheldon
Francis Quenette
Foster Taplin
Isadore Fronk
Fith and Sixth Grades.
Helen Baker
Alice Carpenter
Ethel Curon
Ina Jefferson
Edna Sheldon
Gladys Philip
Clarence Twight
Iva Whisnand
Esther Donahue
Frank Gallop
Floyd Johnson
Ralph Klovstad
Gora Quenette
Elsie Lockwood
Paul Roney
Sibyl Wamberg
Oscar Twight.
For Sale—House and barn and
lots No. 21, 22, 23 and 24 Block,
Inquire at Hope National Bank
or address Mrs. Eliza Taylor,
A1 xander. N. D.'
Ticket good for 8 baths $2.00,
bath without ticket 35cts. Slit
re's barber shop.
King & Smith will supply you
with window glass in all sizes.
Bank Statement.
No. 6898.
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Report of the Condition of
The
First National Bank
at Hope, in the State of North Dakota, at the
•lo9e of business, Deo. 3. 1907.
RESOURCES, if
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured
U. S- Bonds to secure circulation
Banking house, furniture, and
Total
fix­
tures ..... 12.000 00
Due from State Banks
and Bankers 458 30
Due from approved reserve
agents 13.514 33
Ohecks and other cash
items $ 378 61
Exchanges. for clearing
house 341 60
Notes of other National
Banks. 90 00
Fractional paper curren
cy, nickels, and cents... 1R5 71
Lawful Money Reserve in
Bank, viz:
Specie 8,475 55
Legal-tender notes 16,741 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation)
Total.......... $314,941 63
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid in.
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid 2,813 00
National bank notes outstanding... 12,500 00
Due to State Banks. and
Bankers $27,904 46
Individualdeposits subject
to check 75,901 34
Demand certificates of de
posit 6.800 44
Time certificates of de
posit 108,818 17
Certified Checks 500 00
Cashier's checks out
standing 4,704 22
Notes and bills redis
counted
Total.
State of North Dakota, I
NO. 8395.
Report ot the condition of
State of North Dakota,
•.&•:•. V"
$314,941 63
I, M. B. Cassell Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowlege and be
lief.
M. B. CASSELL, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th
day of December 1907.
C. S. SHIPPY, Notary Public.
(SEAL)
Correct—Attest: J. D/Brown,
J. F. Beckerjeck, Directors.
S. J. Dansldn.
a.
rjeck, Dir
in.
Bank Statement.
The Hope National Bank
at Hope in the State ot North Dakota at the close
of business Dec. 3. 1907.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts $
Overdrafts secured and unsecured.
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation...
Premiums on U. S. Bonds
Bonds, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture
aud fixtures
Other real estate owned.
Due from National Banks
(not reserve Agents) $10,088 28
Due from approved re serve
agents—1 21,460 81
Checks and other cash
Items.. 2,730 97
Notes of other National
Banks 2,015 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents 91 93
Lawful Money Reserve in
Bank, viz:
Specie 9,185 65
Legal-tender notes 1,530 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent, of circulation)..
Complies with the
pure food laws
of every state
154,983 77
375 37
12,500 00
562 50
4 409 01
9.179 31
2,814 40
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47,708 64
625 00
Total $233,157 90
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In $ 50,00000
Surplus fund 2,500 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid 9.891 51
National bank notes outstanding 12.500 00
Individual deposits subject
to check $ 69.573 05
Detnaud certificates ot de
posit 3.750 08
Time certlllcatesof deposit, 78.757 80
Cashier's Checks out
standing 6.185 46 158.206 39
$233,157 90
J-S8.
County of Steele 1
I. ?e». A. Warner, Cashier of the above nam
ed bank, lo solemnly swear that the above state
ment istiuetothe best of my knowledge and
beliel. GEO. A. WARNKK, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4tb
day of December 1907. FHED N. LANG,
(SEAL) Notary Public, Steele Co.. N. D.
My Commission expires Mch. 7th 1912
Correct, Attest: J. E. LASHAM,
C. S. MOOKKS.
F. N. GILMOKE, Directors.
LOST.
One Bay horse—blind in both
eyes. Left my place, 10 miles
west of Hope, Sunday. Party
taking up same notify me.
Geo. W. Roy,
3t. Hope, N. Dak.
You Can Write 1
whenever you wish to if
you have a fountain pen.
No waiting until you reach
a place where there's
a pen and ink for you
have them with you.
We carry the
Williams
and Moore's
Non-leaLkable
FOUNTAIN PENS
both good makes.
Prices from $1.00 to $6.00,
a "dandy" for $2.50
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EPAIinilV In using Calumet you are always assured
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cans itwillkeeplongerthan any other Baking
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JOB PRINTING
Powder on the market and has more raising
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nilllllCT is so carefully and scien-
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the neutralization of
the ingredients is absolutely perfect.
Therefore, Calumet leaves no Rochelle
Salts
or Alum in the food. It is
chemically correct.
$1,000.00
given for any substance In
jurious to health found in
Calumet
City Dray Line.
•|T AM PREPARED to do anything in the draying
II business, and all orders left with me will receive
nrompt and careful attention. The moving of
household goods is solicited. Pianos and Organs re
moved without risk of njury.
Your Patronage is Resoectfullv Solicited
C.-L FRONK, Prop.
McLauhgliry
Dealer li
Coal & Wood
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D. BERGMAN 5c CO./ST. PAUL M|NN.
prices,
Immediate
-Wr'i'T'E FOR PRICE LIST AND 'SHIPPING .TAGS.'
JOHN DORRANCE,
Xivers, Jfeeb ant Sale Stable.
Dope, «ortb ©afcota.
fine ®urnmt» (Cacetul Delving.
little cheaper than the other fellow. Wedding invitations, letter heads, blu head^
•ale bills, statements, dodgers, cards, etc., all receive the same careful treatment
—just a little better than seems necessary. Prompt delivery always.
I The Hope Dray Line
O. E. DOWLLNQ, Prop.
Prompt and Accurate Service
Calls attended promptly, and goods removed
without risk or injury.
Garden plowing- given special attention.
Your business solicited.
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