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BROADLAWN. 1 Miss Pauline Rickert, visited with her cousin, Miss Gladys Wood 9, few days last week. Mr. and Mrs.'L. W. Fuller spent Friday at the home of F. H. Fuller. Miss Gertrude Kelly, of Colgate, and her aunt, Miss Agnes Salmon, of Chas. City, Iowa, were visitors at the B. A. Kersting home from Friday till Sunday. Master Wayne Fuller spent a couple of days at the home of his uncle, Len Fuller, in Hope. The welcome showers of Monday made the farmers smile. JMiss Gertrude Kelly, of Colgate, and her aunt, of Chas. City, la., vis ited with Mrs. J. Donahue and family Tuesday. Mrs. and Mrs. B. A. KerstiDg were Sunday afternoon callers at the L. E. McDonald home. WILLOW LAKE. H. "B. Thomas returned to his home in Valley City the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Johnson, Ruth and Ellen and Mr. and Mrs. John Holcomb visitied at the W. H. North rop home, Tuesday. The Baldwin Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. Peter Nolting Wednesday. The meeting was well attended. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jacobson vis ited with Mr. and Mrs R. J. Jacob son Wednesday. The ball game played between the Willow Lake team and the Baldwin boys at. the Fred Law home was well attended. The score was 26 to 10 in favor of Baldwin. While Willow Lake did not win they met with defeat manly. As this was their first game, they hope to do better after some practice. A. P. Pederson and daughter, Jo hanna, were callers in Hope, Wednes day,, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Jacobson, and family visited friends in Hannaford the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Paulson and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jacobson went to Valley City on Thursday, where will consult Dr. Pray regarding the Mesdames Paulson and Jacobson's healths, which have been failing for some time. R. J. Jacobson was a business visitor in Hope, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen attended the Fair at Valley City the first part of the week. The Misses Lydia and Anna Nol ting visited the Misses Anna and Ida Nelson on Friday. Miss' Ella Larsen was a business caller in Hope, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Rasmus Ronde visited at the Jorgen Rasmusson home, Fri day. Edward Nybo was a business visitor in Hope, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hasselquist returned to Fargo after visiting with Fourth of July 1910 Total Rieceived From Collect ions, $461.50 Expenses. Hope Band Assn $42.00 Best Decorated Auto 5.00 Auto Coming Longest Dis tance 5.00 Callithumpian Prizes 10.00 Morning Ball Game 3000 J. H. Worst, Speaker 50.00 Free For All. Trot or Pace. .45.00 Farmers' Race 30.00 Running Race .20.00 100 Yd. Dash, Free For All. .10.00 100 Yd. Dash, 15yr. Old Boys. .6 00 100 Yd. Dash, lOyr. Old Boys! .3.00 100 Yd, Dash, Girls 3.00 Relay Race 11.00 Broad Jump 3.00 Hop, Step and Jump 3.00 Bicycle Race 6.00 Hanley & Dalhoe, Fire Crackers 2.75 M. N. Mallory, 2 Base Balls. .2.50 J. J. Wamberg Fireworks. 150.00 J. J. Wamberg Freight 8.81 Hope Pionear,' Printing 13.25 First Nat'l Bank Postage 1.50 Balance On Hand. 69 $461.50 relatives in Hope, Baldwin, Willow Lake and Blabon. r- A•• Miss Anna Nolting spent part of the week with her parents. She is recov ering from an operation performed on her eyes. Knut Thompson is busy these days overseeing'The improving of the roads in this part of the township. The dance at Charley Fisher's Fri day evening was well attended. Sev eral from this vicinity were present. Some of the Willow Lake folks attended the ball game at Colgate, played between the Baldwin and Broadlawn teams. Miss Ella Larsen departed for Val ley City on Tuesday. From there she goes to Sheldon to visit with friends and will then return for the Summer School at Valley City. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Saunders and Grace visited with Mr. and Mr. R. J. Jacobson, Sunday. COLGATE ITEMS. Mrs. Perry and son, Lyle, late of Valley city, who have been visiting the Frank Cole family, have departed for their new Michigan home. Mr. Aber l'eturned last Saturday. His wife and children will return lat er.' Mr. and Mrs F. Jess and baby re turned Saturday from a visit in their old eastern home. Miss Adelaide Badger spent a few days at Will Strongs last week. Colgate people are all very thank ful for the good rains. Crops look better now. Bert Anderson returned Friday morning from a two weeks trip to Canada. Miss Margaret Pope spent Tues day at Mrs. Geo. Popes. Miss Adelaide and-Ruth Badger ac companied Mr. Eastman to his church at Broadlawn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gray, of Tower City, autoed thru here Sunday, stop ping for a short visit at Arthur Beck ley's. Master Harold Williams is still vis iting his cousins in Niagra. Mrs. Charley Boise, of Fargo, is spending a few days with Mrs. F. M. Cook. Mr and Mrs. Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Fuller spent Sunday at the War ren farm. The Baldwin boys met the Broad lawn boys on the Colgate diamond Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Quite a crowd of Baldwin people were on hand to cheer their boys. The game was interesting until the last when a disagreement arose as to the scores. At the end of the 9th inning Broadlawn's score card read 15 to 19 and Baldwin's 17 to 17. After quite a bit of discussion the Broadlawn boys agreed to play another inning to set tle it. They made one score and Bald win did not make any, thus leaving Broadlawn Champion. Will Strong and daughter, of Ells bury", were in for the ball game Sat urday. Townsite Sales The Secretary of the Interior has ordered the auction sale of five town sites in the Cheyenne River and Stand ing Rock Indian reservations. The lots in the Townsite of Timber Lake will be sold at Timber Lake on Aug ust 15th, and those in Dupree will be sold at Aberdeen on August 22nd. Both these towns are on the Milwau kee railroad. The other three town sites will be sold at Lemmon, S. D., beginning August 28. The purchase price is to be paid in three annual in stallments, and any person may buy as many lots as he chooses. The first 8000 persons to whom num bers were assigned at the registration last fall have been given opportunity to make entry, and about 1,500,000 acres remain for entry by persons holding the higher numbers, who will begin their filings on September 1st. All the lands which are not entered by the persons holding numbers will be subject to entry on and after No vember 1 by any person who is quali fied to make a homestead entry. Jas. W. Witten, Superintendent. CHAUfHGE Agreeable to an ancient custom, which requires the loseing party to chal lenge for the next game, The disagreeable duty de volves upon us to chal lenge the South side aggre gation gof would=be ball players, who finally suc ceeded in winning a game from the North Side last season. Therefore: We hereby challenge them to play us the annual game Thursday July 21st, 1910, at 2:30 p. m. On the local diamond. By the Manager of the North Side team. Acceptance To the Manager of the North Side Base Ball Team. We hereby aocept the challenge ot the North Side for a stamcof base ball tobe played on the local diamond Thursday, July 21, 111lo. The same rules to gorern this contest as in proceeding contests. While it has always been the custom for a team to get a reputa tion before challenging for the championship we will in this case waive tliat preliminary and you may brine on your near-champions for a game on the above date and we will demonstrate to you that you hare yet to learn the first rudiments of the game. Bring on your never-wasers. Signed: Manager South Side Ball Ball/Team. leceeeeeeeceeedeeeeoesee^o HOPE, STEELE COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, JULY 14th, 1910 I Base Ball By the "Prog". S 9009003009999000000096000 Ever since that memorable afternoon in the summer of 1909, when the speedy South siders wrested the Baseball Champion ship from the valiant North sid ers these same North siders have been laying plans for re trieving their lost laurels and hoping to once again reign su preme in the Hope Baseball world. They have quietly endured the chesty demeanor and taunting remarks of conquerors, always bearing in mind that the sum mer of 1910 would give them an opportunity to get revenge and from the secret conferences and general disquiet which appears to be going on on that side of the city we think another battle is brewing. We have it on good authority that Chief Washburn has assem bled all his braves in secret con ference and instructed every man to be in condition to play the game of his life on a moments notice. Our informer also states that were he at liberty to divulge the names of the members of Chief Washburn's aggregation, the public wonld recognize among them some of the great est stars in the history of the game. Dr. Geo. A. Fead, the brainy manager of the South side has had his scouts out for some time and does not intend to be caught napping. He has no fear of Washburn's stars and claims that in the event of a battle that Washburn will learn that a fast, smooth-running base ball team can trim any aggregation of so called "stars" that can be gotten together. He expects to repeat the vic tory of 1909 and prove beyond a doubt that the south side excels the North side in every depart ment of the game. Since the above was written, we understand that Chief Wash burn has hurled a challenge at Manager Fead and that arrange ments are being made for a game to take place on the Hope dia mond Thursday, July 21stat2:30 p. m. for the championship of the City. Each manager is confident of victory and the game promises to be one of the hardest fought contest ever waged on the local diamond. A fair unbiased um pire will be imported and he with the assistance of the local Police Force will run the game from start to finish. All lovers of the National game should be there as the.v will undoubtedly witness some of the greatest playing of the season as each manager has expressed himself as absolutely certain of victory. STORK KEPT BUSY BIG INCREASE IN POPULATION IN FORTY-EIGHT HOURS. The stork was a busy bird in Hope last Saturday and Sunday and before he had finished his work six new residents had taken up their abodes in our city. The first arrival was a boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brew ster, Saturday. A boy was the next arrival at the home of Mr- and Mrs. Wm. Kotts. An eleven pound boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Thannis was greeted with pleas ure on Sunday. Sunday evening a fine girl was reported at the B. C. Reynolds home and a few hours later a boy arrived at the home of S. C. And erson. The fifth boy arrived at the homeof Mr. and Mrs A. T. Echert. At the present time all the mothers and babys are reported to be doing nicely. TREES This is not the time to plant trees, but it is the time to pre pare the ground for planting next spring. Trees will grow well when they are given proper con ditions. A protecting hedge of willows should be planted at least ten rods from the building on the West, North and South sides, and inside the willows can be planted such trees as Elm, Ash, Birch, Colorado Blue Spruce, Black Hills Spruce, Bull Pine, etc. If the land where the trees are to be planted is in crop, fall plow it the earlier the better. If it is in prairie, break it. Have at least ten feet of broken ground on each sides of willows some time in July will do. Pack it and disc it and trees can be planted on it next spring. The trees will do best on land that has been in crop for a couple of seasons. Do not neglect preparing some ground on which to plant trees next spring. Trees furnish pro tection the year round shade and wind breaks in summer and snow break in winter, and a thing of beauty all the time. W. C. Palmer, Agri. Editor. If you know or hear of an in teresting item in the community make it a point to see that it finds a place in your local paper. We should much appreciate your ef fort and will send our reporter to ascertain or verify any lacking points. Anything which tends to better or brighten the news service of a paper makes it of so much more value to the com munity, and the subscribers are the ones mostly benefitted there by. Mr. and Mrs, M. Langager and Mr. and Mrs. Tollis O. Lang ager returned the first of the week from a short outing in Minnesota. We want:you Hr2rt^5!?i^ITe^ri?i0^ I ID Your Check Protects to know how one farmer's bank account was re. sjyinShim Why not pay your bills by check and be safe? a law suit and probably a hun- dred dollars. This is the way he told us of the incident. "There is a story connected with that check of mine which I tojd you not to cash last week. I bought a horse of a man up north of here with the understanding that the animal was sound. When he delivered the horse I gave him my check. It happened to bo toward evening and he went back home in stead of driving in to get the caish on it. I about the horse till the following morning while plowing. I soon discovered he was off in the wind and it made me hot under the collar. I went right to the house and telephoned you not to honor the check if presented. Then THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK HOPE, IM. Hope National Bank Hope, N. L. B, Hanna. Charter No. 8395. A I A a id in $ 5 S O O E S a it $ 5 S S a iv id of it $ 1 6 We pay 5% on time deposits YOU BETTER BLOW YOURSELF for a TORNADO-WINDSTORM policy, before it BLOWS your property away. It costs less than cent per day for $1000.00 policy! THE HAIL season is now on too, so take out your policy early and receive the full benefit thereof, as there is no interest before maturity. We pay 5# on time deposits Give our fountain a trial. Will Abbott has taken the Agency for the Famous Ender Patent storm shields for this city and vicinity and all those that wish to avoid ruined floors and carpets, cold and damp floors, doors from binding and freezing down in winter doors that will exclude the rains and dust in summer and close up the space at the bottom against flies, bugs and vermins of all discription, can now get an opportunity to complete their homes and public places at a very small cost. These goods are made entirely of sheet metal and Steele to suit all grades and stylesof doors. They cannot wear out, break, bend up or get out of order and one appli cation will convince the most A A A Who Likes Ice Cream Sodas 0 and Ice Cream Sundaes Put this question" to any crowd and you won't hear a dis senting voice, if you say Wamberg's IceCream Soda, because they are delicious and temptingly served and you get good heaped up measure in every glass. Our Fountain is now in full blast for the summer trade with all the popular old time flavors and many new and daintjr drinks. In everything about the fountain we guarantee absolute purity in ingredients and ^absolute cleanliness in manufac ture. Wamberg's Drug Store •'.»L. No. 16 didn't think much I man that tried to do me and told him he could have his horse back. He kicked at first but when I told him payment was stopped on the check he shut up. He took the horse back that night. Had I paid him cash it would have probably cost me a law suit." called up the DAK. DAK. O I E S (SL I E O S J. E. LASHAM, President. C. S. MOORISS, Vice-President. GEO. A. WARNER, Cashier, JNO. D. FOI.EY, Asst. Cashier Fred N. Lang, Teller. P. N. Gilmore, *r 1? if I skeptical that these goods will outwear any door bung on hinges. This invention is altogether A different proposition from any thing that has come to our city and those that had them placed oil' their doors are convinced that these goods are perfect in every particular. Mr. Ender, the Pat entee, has been in town for sev eral days and has fixed up a great many doors. He has with out question a fine article and one that is a necessary improvement on every outside door of a build ing and well worth the money. See add in another column. A series of revival meetings is being held in a tent at Blabon this week.