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Market Day
The
D. C. RDGG, Pres.
300 Central Ave.
Was a failure on account of the rain» but Hope will
have a Market Day as soon as the busy season is
over. Mean time, we will have Market Day for you
every day for people that couldn't come in and
take advantage of the special sales last Market Day.
Hammocks, at 38 1-3 per cent off regular price,
Ladies' Hand Satchels 33 1-3 per cent off regular price.
One Lot Anticeptic Tooth Powder 25c while it lasts at 10c.
Toilet Soaps six pieces for 25 cents.
Hard Water Soap four pieces for 25 cents.
Remember if you want pure, reliable Drugs or
Paints at reasonable prices, come to us.. You al
ways get what you ask for, we we never substitute.
J. WAMBERG.
... THE DRUGGIST
IF YOU FIGURE ON BUYING
anything- in the machinery iine this season it will
pay you to see Stewart at Blabon who has as com
plete a line of farm machinery as can be found in
Steele Co. tf it is a fine buggy or a set of neat
harness you want he has them.
Now that haying and harvest is fast approaching you may,
need a mower, rake or binder which should have very careful
consideration, before purchasing. You should buy "what has
always proved a success and what you were always able to
get repairs for without having to send a long distance for
them. You should not buy something that is an experiment
We have the McCarmick line of goods'the International and
Plymouth twine whiph has always been in the lead. For
Threshing machinery, we have the Nichols & Shepard,Minne
apolis and Reeves. When in need of anything in the Imple
ment line call on
A. L. STEWART,
Blabon, N. Dak
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Coffee In air-tight packages
—packed automatically—no
handling.
All the rich* full flavor of
the finest berries kept for
YOtJ.
... .That's
Kraabel & Kraabel
Hope Roller Hills
CHASE, 6 SANBORN'S
COFFEE.
Merchant and Exchange Work.
All grades of flour aad teed la stock at all
tlmca, Grist grlodlag for farmsrs receives
special attentloa.
New Dray Line. I
•arinff recently purchased the draying business «f 7. S.
Vadaie, I am prepared to do all kinds of carting' and msying.
Calk attended promptly, and goods removed without risk
of injury. 2
Cordon Plowing Qlvon Special Attentloa.
Tour patronage respectfully solicited
A,. T, ECKEiRT, Prop.
THE LEADING BUBINE0I OOIXBOB OF THE SOBTHWMT.
riils school Tulda~th(f unYqne"poiltion of being She large**, best managed, most thoroughly
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most thorough work.
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MftfMPOHS Handsome Prospectus
Sent Free
the only reliable and scientific system extant.
having the best class of students and doing the
I*
Horses at Tillotsdn's.
Miss Gatz was a south bound
passenger Monday evening.
Miss Pearl Stansbury, of Pin
ley spent a day of last week in
Hope.
Dr. and Mrs J.. A. Heddingleft
the latter part of last week for a
short visit in Minneapolis.
H. I. Standley spent Sunday
in our city. He reports the side
walk business at Bismarck very
good., '•{9^
Brighten up, Varnish and Var
nish Stains and Paints in all col
ors and shades at Wamberg's
Drug Store.
Jean Patten, of Fargo, arrived
Saturday and spent Sunday visit
ing with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Patten.
Mrs. H. I. Standley returned
last Friday from St. Cloud, Min
nesota, where she has been spend
ing some time fishing.
The rainy weather the past
week has delayed the harvesting
and threshing, bat time is made
up whenever the sun shines.
Ice cream makes the ideal des
sert for warm days. No labor
required except that of telephon
ing to us for it.
Mallory, the Druggist.
If you want iirst class painting
or paper hanging call on W.
I. Stager 25 years experience at
the business means something.
The Methodist Ladies Aid
will meet next Thursday, Sept.
2nd., at the'home of Mrs. A. A.
Lein. All members are request
ed to be present.
If you want your prescription
put up right, by competent men,
where none but chemical pure
drugs are used take them to
Wamberg's Drug Store.
Bring us your prescriptions
and family receipts to be com
pounded. Promptness and ac
curacy is our motto in this work.
:i
Mallory's Drug Store..
A telegram has just been re
ceived announceing the arrival
of a bouncing 10-poupd girl at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E.
Carpenter, of Eveleth, Minnesota,
formerly of Hope, on August 25
If you want to buy. sell or rent
a farm if you want to buy or sell
city property if you want pro
tection against Hail, Fire or Tor
nado, call on or write to
Fuller Bros. Land Co.
George Meader who has held
the office of Chief of Police, has
handed in his resignation and
O. E. Dowling has been appoint
ed to fill the vacancy for the
present.
Some excitement was caused
about 10:30 p. m. Friday, by the
burglar alarm of the First Nat
ional Bank. A large crowd
quickly gathered to find out the
trouble, but found it a false a
larm, due to a mistake in setting
the time lock
Mr.Ira Baker autoed to Fargo
last Saturday morning. When
the time came for returning
home, George Luce who rode
down with him, was unable to lo
cate Ira and Ira could'nt find
George. The result was that
George returned by train Mon
day mornitig.
On Aug. 17th, the Y. met with
Katie Fullmer. The business
meeting was very successful,
after which an enjoyable social
hour was spent. A short musi
cal programme was rendered,
followed by a very dainty lunch.
We were pleased to have so
many of the young men present
at this meeting. Two of the
young ladies and six of the young
men present signed the pledge.
August 31, the will be held
at the home of Ray Feight. All
young people over the age of
fourteen are cordially invited to
attend. tit
Young farm mares at Tillot
son's next week.
Alabastine in all tints at Wam
berg's Drug Store
Arthur Langer, of Casselton,
was in the city yesterday.
If you want to buy a good horse
at the right price, see
G. D. FISHER.
If you want good farm mares,
five or six years old, see Tillotson,
A. M. McLaughlin was a pas
senger last evening for Aber
deen.
Tillotson will arrive Monday
with another car of young farm
mares.
Marnot Vatnish, the best floor
Varnish made at Wamberg's
Drug Store.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Griffin
and family left Tuesday for
Bloomington, Illinois.
All the leading Talcum Pow
ders are in stock. Needed every
day these days.
Mallory's Drug Store.
Mrs. J, A. Bowen went to the
Twin Cities Monday evening to
purchase her fall stock of millin
ery.
Don't neglect to put in your
application for your hunting
license. Blanks are on file at the
Fir^t National anb Hope National
Banks.
Mrs. John Murray and daugh
ter Mayme, arrived Tuesday
from Minneapolis, and -are visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. J. Gumb.
N. A. Couron has sold his res
taurant and confectionery to
Oscar Peterson, who took charge
Tuesday eyening.
My new samples of wall paper
have arrived. I will be pleased to
show them to any one interested.
Phone or call at my residence
Merriman & Loney's excur
sions run through Hope every
Saturday morning on the regular
trains. Make arrangements to
meet them
Just received a car load of fine
young farm mares. Call and see
them.
F. A. Tillotson.
Steele Ave. was the scene of
two fights this morning between
some trancients, here for the
threshing season. Two of the
men were arrested and fined.
METHODIST CHURCH NOTTICE.
District Superintendent Dr.
Moore of the Grand Forks Dist
rict of the North Dakota Confer
ence will preach in the Method
ist Church, Sunday evening of
August 29th.
Mrs. Livermore returned last
week from Kansas City, Missouri
where she has been visiting her
mother, who has been in the hos
pital undergoing an operation.
She reports her mother much
improved.
TO LOAN AGENTS. We
wish to arrange with a few more
good reliable loan agents or coun
try banks to send us applications
for farm loans. Address,
INTERSTATE SECURITIES
COMPANY, MINNEAPOLIS,
MINN.
Mrs. Geo. King was a passen
ger for McVille last week, where
she visited at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo L. Lang. The
Misses Margaret and Geneva
Lang leave in a short time for
California, where they will spend
the winter attending school.
The band gave their usual op
en air concert Tuesday evening,
and despite the theatening
weather a large crowd attended.
The band under the leadership
of Prof. Bilden has made great
progress and are now playing
some excellent selections. The
large crowd which turns out to
listen to the "concert shows that
the work of the boys and their
director is fully appreciated by
the people. The next concert
will be next Tuesday evening.
.Ci
BEFORE
All
W. I. STAGER.
Phillips Block,
THE KING RODS
GUARANTEED
75 PER CENT OF LOSSES
By FIRE in the Rural Districts are
yimyj by Lightning*
Your HOUSE and BARNES Unpro
tected are in DANGER erery Moment
PROTECTION
Against Lou by Lightning is a 'Property
Cotulrucled Lightning Rod.
THE KING RODS
an 98 PER CENT PURE COPPER,
Sold on a $30,000 Guarantee. Write die
QEO.M.KINQ LIGHTNING ROD CO.
DES MOINES. IOWA,
For their FREE BOOK on
"Lightning and Ham to Prt
vintlt."
King Rods are Sold in
this vacuity
35 to 50 per cent
DISCOUNT
on my up-to.da.te stock of
Summer
TVUIlInery
A Chance of a life time
to get Something for
almost nothing
BY AFTER
KingO& Smith
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Louis Sandquist
Piano Tuner of Fargo
Work Guaranteed First Class or no Money
Required. Leave Orders at
Fulmer
(Si
Brimer
Auto Garage
South of First National Bank
Automobile Livery
Repairing Supplies
-=®CALL AND SEE USs=~
HAMMER & BEMIS AIT0 CO.
A. E. WATKINS.
Barber Shop.
T5he
Blabon State Bank
BLABON. N. DAK
DIRECTORS:
J. Brown, M. B. Cassell,
S. J. Danskin.
3 ft :C
We solict your account, assuring you liberal and courteous
treatment.
We make FARM LOANS at the lowest possible rate.
We write FIRE, HAIL and CYCLONE insurance in the best
companies.
We sell STEAMSHIP TICKETS to and from Europe.
We sell FOREIGN DRAFTS to all parts of the world.
We pay liberal interest on TIME DEPOSITS.
All business entrusted to us receives CAREFUL and PROMPT
attention.
B. A CUMMING, Cashier.
Mrs. Bowen's
Millinery Parlors
FOR RENT OR SALE.
S. E. Sec. 24-145-57. Will
sell on easy terms.
WILLIS CROSBY,
Winnebago, Minn.
Hope, N. D.
"TOSCA"
The imported Belgian Stallion,
"Tosca" Will be in Tillotson's
barn in Hope the remainder of
the season.
Steele Co. Belgian Stock Co.
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION
Notice is hereby given that an
examination for teachers certifi
cates for Steele County will be
held, at Sherbrook. August 27th
and 28th.
Dated, at Sherbrook, this 13th
day of August, 1909.
A. G. Miller
County Supt. of Schools

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