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COUNT at this ban is a sign of good busi ness policy on the part of any man. We have every fa cility for expedit ing payments of moneys in home and foreign mar kets. LOOK OVER OUR STATEMENT for the past year, study the large as sets and amount of available cash on hand, and start do ing business with us at once. Loans on first-class collat eral. 73he HOPE NATIONAL BANK Ice Cream AND ALL Up-to-Date Fountain Drinks! AT llory's Drug Store »£R 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 cs any hour you name no double and, you are undci r.o •.:ligations ic full tay vT.i. \A/ I STAGER headquarters i.i Washburn's Furniture Store. COLLEGE DAYS. Every boy is looking forward to his College days. Your boy—how old is he? Too young yet by some years, you say. But the years go by pretty rapidly and it would be well to make provision for his college expenses now, so they won't worry you when the time comes around. Our Accumulative certificate will prove the means of providing College expense for a good many boys—and girls. $71.57 per year or $6.13 per month for 10 years matures with part nership profits about $1300. $40.55 per year or $3.47 monthly for 15 years matures about $1400. Or if you have a little surplus on hand, buy the sin. gle payment certificate, $558.40 today will mature you about $1300 in ten years. $417.20 today will mature you about $1400 in fifteen gears. And you can meanwhile borrow on your money, should the need arise. Let us tell you more about it. Northwestern Mutual Investment Company W. E. HUNT, President No.5 Broadway FARGO, N. D, Hi3ig NOW! JHI LPS* tpi The Home of THE HOPE PIONEER. The Cotterell Cylinder Press that prints The Pioneer. THE PREMIUM SB This beautiful Dresden China Art Plaque given FREE with every years advance subscription to the PIONEER at $1.50 AUCTION Sale STAR MEAT MARKET I have a few dates left in this month, will be glad to do your auctioneering. Sale Bills prepared and all details attended to to make ou a good sale. CALL BY PHONE AT MY EXPENSE I. W. STANOLEY. Auctioneer. PETER BROWN. Prop. We keep a dean fresh »tock of SHIP YOUR GRAIN -TO- T.M.MGCORDCO. DULUTH OR MINNEAPOLIS BECAUSE ALL KINDS OF Fresh Fish and Poultry PLATE SAU8AGE made fresh every day. All kinds of SMOKED SAUSAGE, highest Market Price paid for CALL AND ittuiiiikjiikuuiui F*orlc# Veal, Roultry and Hides. RBCB1VB FAIR TREATMENT! 6«xr^,o.r^ grain. All shipments axe given oar per* sonal attention. We see that you get best grades, lightest dockage and highest prices. We make quick returns, sending each shipper certificate of weight and inspection, complete account of sales and check to balance. We do no option business, deal in actual grain only. We have handled grain for inde pendent shippers in Minneapolis and Dnluth for 23 years. Send us bill of Mlatf direct or have pur banker make draft I Board of Tradt, DULUTH. oh u», AJ.A A A A A 1 A A «.A ANew Line of & Lace9 The Finest ever shown in Steele My FURNITURE Stock is also complete with the latest on the market. E. D. WASHBURN. j| with bill ladlnSattaehed. for or value of tin. write at for shipping blanks, mpis envelopes* and send samples. I 820 dtamlxr «f Commcrca, MINNEAPOLIS. TEST CA8E8 IN 8IX STATE8. Government le Ready to Begin Prose cution of Bleaehed Flour 8ults. Washington, Aug. 16. Solicitor George McCabe, of the department of agriculture, has been In conference for the last two dayB with his assist ants and with representatives of the department of Justice over the bleach ed flour cases, which are soon to be Instituted. It Is announced that the preliminary cases will be tried In at least six states and the detallB of the suits are practically completed. District attorneys will be ordered to begin the prosecutions within a short time. The department will not indicate in what states the suits are to be brought, and so far aB can be learned Minnesota, where the millers voluntarily stopped bleaching flour, is not concerned In their cases. Officials of the agricultural depart ment have been busy denying a re port sent from Omaha recently that the crusade against bleached flour had been abandoned. I SVV.'I|V County. ihmiihi, Professional Cards. C. S. Shippy. Attorney- At-Law and Notary Public HOPE. N. DAK. E. S. Johnson Attorney ait Law and Notary Public Over Hurst's Store Hope, N. Dak. Dr. J. A. Hedding, —Physician and Surgeon Office in First National Bank. Office Phone No. 181. Residence No. 169. Geo. A. Fead, DENTIST Office First National Bank Block. Hope, North Dakota. Dr Fish* Physician and Surgeon Telephone Connections. Office second floor of WOODWARD BLOCK, HOPE Office hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. DR. C. B. HARWOOD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in Philip's Block Telephone Office 37 Residence 111 MARE MONFV HIDES, FURS ETC HOMEGROWN SEEDS send for catalong of seed corn and clover grass seed and grain N. J. Olson Moorhead Minn.