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I sffPl .' 1 Additional Locals Job. "Work at the Pioneer. ThsLycsum Players March 10. Doit now. What? Pay your subscription. Sheriff Long, of Finley, was in the city yesterday. B. C. Reynolds left last even ing for the Twin Cities. I. W. Standley was up the line yesterday on business. The quarantine on the Lien home was raised yesterday. Leave your Sewing Machines at H. H. Fulmer's for repairs. WANTED Sewing by the day. Phone 123. 49-tf Please pay your subscription this week if you are in arrears. Band Course at the Opera House Friday evening, March 10. Plain sewing done at Mrs. Holm's. Phone 122. 49. Read the Sale Bills, you may see something listed which you need. The Independent Harvester Co. is the Farmers' Co. See new ad. For Corset Cover Embroider ies, Flouncings, etc., go to Kraa bel & Kraabel's. Geo. Luce returned from Far go yesterday morning for week's visit at home. A fine string of horses will be sold at the C. A. Vadnie farm March 9th. See bills. FOR SALE—A limited num ber of Barred Rock Cockerels. Inquire at F. C. Bras ted farm. 3 Have you seen the new spring laces at Kraabel's? If not, you ought to. They are the finest ever. Some good farm macoinery and horses are listed for C. A. Vadnie's Sale March 9th. See bills. Now is the time to lay in a sup ply of stationary for the coming year. We can furnish you, and guarantee satisfaction. Spring goods are arriving on every freight for Eraabel & Kraabel. Their ad announces the opening in some lines, W. M. Young, of Page, who has been visiting with his son, Robert, and wife the past few days, returned home last even ing. Card Board, Blotting Paper, Bristol Board, plain or linen fin ish, Writing Paper and Mono gram Stationery at the Pioneer office. According to weather fore casts made by various prophets the month of March will see some very cold and also some warm weather. Undoubtedly. E. W. Dittes, of Minneapolis, who was agent at the N. W. ele vator here at one time, was visit ing in our city yesterday. He is now traveling for the Randall Gee Mitchell Grain Co. The spring rush in job work is now on and we advise you to get your order in early for those notes, letter heads, envelopes, statements, etc. Call and see samples and get prices. C. H. Carpenter left on yester day evening's train for Eveleth, Minn., where he will visit for a time at the home of his son, Frank. He was accompanied by Geo. Burgess, who has accepted a position there. We want a correspondent at Blabon and Colgate* If you are interested in either of these little cities let us hear from you. If you know of anyone who would act as correspondent send us their name. Hope Pioneer. D, D. Sullivan, Optical Special ist, of Fargo, will visit Hope Tuesday, March 14th. All per sonshaving defective eye-sight or who need their glasses chang ed or renewed should call and see him.. Office at. New Hope House. 2t. Hopd Markets March 2nd, 1911. No. 1 Northern Wheat... 2 ... Velvet Chaff No. 1 Durum 2 No. 1 Flax Oats Barley John W. Siclcelsmith, Greensboro, Fa. has three children, and like most children they frequently take cold. 'We have tried several kinds of cough medicine," he says, "but have never found any yet that did them as muoh good as Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy." For sale by all dealers. Teachers' Examinations. Notice is hereby riven that an examination (or teachers' eertitaates (or Steele County. N. D., will be held at Finley. March 10 aLd 11, 1911. Examinations will begin at 8:30 a. m.. on the morning o( the 10th. All necessary writ ing materials will be (urnished at the place o( examination. Dated at Sherbrooke this 20th day o( Febru ary. 19il Q. F, Newton. Supt. o( Schools. 48-2t. Steele Co., N. D. Notice for Bids for Publishing Books, BlanKs and Stationery. Notice is hereby given that the Board o( County Commissioners o( Steele County, North Dakota, will reoive sealed bids (or (ui nishingthe county with Books. Blanks ai.d Stationery required (or a period o( one year dating (rom April 1st. 1911. All bids to be accompanied with a certified check to the amount o(5 percent of the total bid, payable to the order o( the Treasurer o( Steele County. N. Dak., as"an evidence of good (aith and guarantee that the suooessf ul bidder will enter into contract and furnish satis(ac tory bond as required by law. Bids to be filed with the county auditor not later than 2 o'olook p. m, Monday. April 3rd. 1911, The Board re serves the right to reject any or all bids. Further in(ormatlon can be obtained (rom the county auditor. By order o( the Board o( County Commis sioners. Dated at Sherbrooke. N. Dak., this 24th day of February, 1911. (SEAL) S. McPheraon. 49-41. Auditor o( Steele County. N. D, Pupils' Final Examinations. Notice is hereby given that examinations(or the completion of the common school subjects will be held March 16 and 17 at the following places: Beaver Creek District. School No. I, Broadlawn District. School No- 4, Broadlawn District. School No. 2. Colgate Village School. Colgate District. School No, 3, Easton District, School No. 2. Edendale District. School No. 2. Enger District. School No. 1. Enger District. School No. 4, Finley High School Room. Golden Lake, School No. 2. Qreenview, School No. 1. Hugo. School No. 4, Melrose, Blabon Village School. Newburgh, School No. 1. Primrose, School No 1. Riverside. School No. 3. Sharon High Sohool Room. Sherbrooke. School No. 3. Westfield, School No. 1. Willow Lake. School No. 3. Dated at Sherbroake. H. D.. this 20th day of February, 1911. G. F. Newton. 48-St Co. Supt. of Schools. Notice for bids for Deposit Interest and Sinking Fund Fuller's Lake Drain No. 1 Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals will be received by the Board o( County Com missioners of Steele County. North Dakota, up to the hour o( 2 p. m, on the 3rd day of April. 1911 from National and State Banks for the deposit of Six Thousand Dollars, (ttSOOo.OO) of the Interest and Sinking Fund of Fuller'* Lake Drain No. 1. for a period of one year, as provided (or by Section 2439 of the Revised Codes of 1905, as amended by Chapter 92 o( the Session Laws of 1907, and Chapter 70 of the Session Laws o( 1909. Such Droposals must state in writing what rate of interest per a mum will be paid on said sum o( Six Thousand Dollars or any part there of. All proposals to be enclosed in seated en velope and marked "Proposals (or Deposit of Interest and Sinking Fund Fuller's Lake Drain No. l."and filed with the County Auditor. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the Board of County CommiS' sioners. Dated at Sherbrooke N. Dak., this 24th day of February. 1011, (SKAL) S, McPherson. 49-4t. Auditor, Steele County, N Notice of Mortgage Sale. Notice Is Hereby Given. That that certain Mortgage, executed and delivered by Archi bald W, McCann and Frances McCann. his wife. Mortgagors, to James D. Brown. Mort gagee. dated September 24t,h. A- D. 1907, and filed for record in tbe offlce of the Register of Deeds of the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, on the 30tb day of September, A. D. 1907, at 4 o'clock P. M„ and recorded in Book "12" of Mortgages on page 159 which said mortgage was thereafter, by an instru ment in writing, dated January 12th, A. D. 1911 duly assigned by the said James D. Brown to the Beidler and Robinson Lumber Co., which said assignment was filed (or record in the offlce of the Register of Deeds in and (or said Steele County. North Dakota, on the 23rd day of February A. D. 1911, at9 o'clock A. M.. and was duly recorded in Book "17" of Mortgages on page 409, will be (oreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter de scribed. at the front door ot the Court House in the Village o( Sherbrooke. in the County o( Steele and State o( North Dakota, at the hour of two (2) o'clock in the afternoon on Satur day, the 8th day ot April A, D, 1911, to satis(y the amount due upon suoh mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be-sold to satis(y tbe same are located and-situated in the County ot Steele and State of North Dakota, and are described as follows, to-wit: Tbe East fifty (50) (eet of the South half (S. H) ot Block Three (3) in .Major's First Addition to the Town of Hope, according to the plsf thereof, on file and ot record in the office of the Register of Deeds In and (or said County. There will be due on such mortgage on tbe date o( sale, the sum of Fifty-five Dollars, and ninety Cents (155,90), besides the costs of fore closure. Dated February 27th. 1911, Beidler & Robinson Lumber Co, Assignee of Mortgagee, C. S. Sbippy, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee. Hope, N. Dak, 49-6t, Dakota Boy No. 15252 Dakota Boy, a Red Poll ed Bull, will serve cows at my farm, three miles west of Hope. Fee, $3 cash. J. A. G1LMORE. REPORT OF $ .87 .85 .85 .72 .69 2.57 .35 .70 49-9T-P PEACE IN MEXICO REVOLUTIONISTS A88ERT QOV ERNMENT IS MAKING TENDERS. ?resident Diaz* Minister of Affairs Denies Alleged Advances. Washington, Feb. 28.^Dr. Vafquet Copiez, head of the Confidential agency here of the Mexican' revolutionists,' an nounced that he indirctfsjtly had re ceived overtures for pea.ee from the federal government. Dr. Comez said thfet the confidential agent here had been. advised 1*7 its junta in El Paso, Tex., of the desire of Governor Ahumada of Chihuahua to confer in Chihuahua with Francisco Madero, leader of the, revolution, md also had been informed throvgh ts junta in San Antonio, Tex./ that hree delegates of the Diaz govern'' ~ent wished to meet Dr. Comez on the ojder and arrange for the termlna cn of hostilities. Dr. Comez, who was for a long time be family physician of'President Diaz, i:d who was, in the last election, can lidate for the vice presidency of Texco on the same ticket as Fran cisco I. Madero, the candidate' for resident, declared that the provision 1 government would not "undertake ay negotiations of peace except un !sr the condition! thkt the delegates -tall be legally and fully authorized vith written powers." Official Recognition Desired. He added that it was further de -'red by the revolutionists that the aaagement for peace negotiations jbould be published and recognized the federal government officially." These steps, he explained, were nets essary because of the repudiation by be federal government of connection ••ith the peace conference arranged Governor Sanchez last November. Dr. Comez asserted that the revo nionists would insist on the abdicft ion of the presidency by Diaz. He lid that he had telegraphed to the unta at San Antonio, Tex., for infor mation as to the source of the over ures for peace and the names of the hree peace envoys sent there by Diaz. A categorical denial ot the state ments contained in Dr. Comez's an-, ouncement was made by Lieut. Col. 'orforio Diaz, Jr., chief ot the presi tential staff. Col. .Diaz's denial extended to the tatement that Dr. Comez was the amily physician of Gen. Diaz at one Ime. He attended one of Col' Diaz's '..i'dren on one occasion only and was ever employed, by the president. Mexican Minister Denies Overtures. Mexico City, Feb. 28—Enrique C. Creel,, the Mexican minister of foreign •elations, denied last night that any teace overtures had been made by ^resident Diaz to tlie revolutionists In Texico, as alleged by Gomez in his an louncement at Washington. "As far as I am aware, no such overtures have been made," said Mr. Jreel, "and as for the appointment of ieace envoys, 1 can state' positively hat the assertion is untrue." Mr. Creel is a member of the presi lent's official family, upon whose ounsel the chief executive has seeir ngly placed great rc-liance during th present political dliiiculties of the na tion. FIRE DRILL SAVES CHILDREN. Three hundred Pupils March Out of La Crqase SqhopJ. La Crosse, Wis., Feb. 28.—Three hundred children were endangered when the Logan school here took fire. It had gained considerable headway before being discovered, but the teach ers who had lately devcced their atten. tion to fire drills, marched this chll di en, most of them of lower grade age, through the smoke-filled corridors, and down burning stairways without a sin gle accident. The fire Was extin guished with small ?oss. "WEEDING PROCESS" IS BEGUN. Chicago, Milwaukee and Puget Sound Retrenches in. Monona. Butte, Mont., Feb. 28.—As a measure of retrenchment incident to the ad* verse rate decision the Chicago, MIL waukee and Puget Sound yesterday laid ofi 75 men in Montana in the op erating department, with the an nouncement that the wedding process was to continue. Several Injured in Wreck. El Paso, Tex., Feb. 28.—The El Paac Southwestern Rock Island Chicago express was wrecked about 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon near Pastura, N. M. 242 miles northeast of this city, ac cording to information received here. The engine and four cars left, the track and was overturned. A num ')cr of passengers were Injured but oir names and the extent, of theit njuries was not learned. The oausc ot the wreck is unknown. Walks Off Roof of Porch Dies. Portsmouth, 0.,1'ob. 28.—Walking Yi a, porch roof while asleep, Gorhair Burgess of New Bury port, Mass. .ustained injuries which resulted ii !s death. Mr. Burgess, who was 6 ears of age, was visiting relative! iere. Street Tragedy l« Fatal, Tittle, Feb. 28.—:A. Glsso, a Belgian ..as assistant manager of, the street railways here, was murdered in the street by two unknown mf%. PRESIDENT FALLIERES ACCEPTS RESIGNATION OF BRIAND MINISTRY. IT TIRED OF ALL THE BICKERING Nation's Premier is Driven Out of Pub lic Life by Enemies*—No Longer Able to Com bat Socialists. Paris, Feb. 28.—Premier Ariitide Oriand, who succeeded Clemenoeau a* head of the French cabinet on July 23. 1909, tendered the resignation of hit ministry to President Fallieres. Ox N'ov. 2 last Briand formally retired, but a few hours later he was restored to power amd formed a new cabinet Jrom which elements not thoroughly in sympathy with his attitude toward labor had been Eliminated. The situation at present Is wholly different and the premier had declared himself weary of the bickerings of par lament and the intrigues of the groupc nominally supporting him, and express ed the wish that he might be reliever of the responsibility of government. Forced to Quit by Socialists. For a year and a half Briand hac 8ucessfully cambatted the Socialistic parties, with which he was originally affiliated, but last Friday night, wher he was attacked on the ground that he had not enforced the laws against the congregations as set fftrth in the sepa ration act, the government escaped censure by the slim majority of 16 votes. At a conference Saturady the ministers determined to resign as soon as the obsequies for General Brun, late minister of war, had been held. The cabinet met in Elysee palace with President Fallieres and soon af terward the announcement of its re tirement was made. The retiring ministers are Premier Briand Justice, Girard foreign affairs, Pichon marine, Admiral Boue de La pay rare public instruction, Faure finance, Klotz commerce, Depuy agri culture, Raynaud colonies, Morel la bor, Lafferre public works, Puech. General Brun, minister of war, died ^eb. 23. Later in the afternoon it was an nounced that President Fallieres hac accepted the resignation of the cabi net. Where the 8hoe Pinched. The cabinet's ambition was to carry mt a broad program of concilation and appeasement. So far as the question of the church was concerned the minis ters were convinced that the church and state, having been separated, the work of laiclzatlon should be reason xble and tolerant and with respect foi ill religious beliefs. The statement continued: "My appeal to fellow republicans to stand together has been misunder stood by some and deliberately misrep resented by others. It has failed. Thh ichisjm which have been unable tc aeal renders sterile all efforts to carrj sut the program which we believe it the greatest and most fearless thai ever has been offered to parliament.' President Fallieres has not indicatec whom he will request to form a bun stry. He gaye up the remainder ol the afternoon, to consultation with the .eaders of the parties and presidents and vice-presidents of the senate and chamber ,# deputies. The availabilitj ol Senator Antblne Monis has beei suggested to the president by an influ sntial group. M. Monls was ministei of justice in the Waldeck-Rousseat cabinet and for thirty years, has beer an important figuto in public life. Tourists 8warm to Berlin. Berlin, Feb. 28.—More than a millior and a quarter of visitors and tourists yearly Is the record attained by Ber lin. Statistics Just published show that the number of strangers registered here in hotels and boarding houses ir 1910 waft t,2t8,609 One-fourth o] these, were ^foreigners, of whom 30,50( were Americans. Corset Makers on 8trlke. Kalamazoo, Mich., Feb. 28.—Sever hundred men and girls employed bj the Kalamazoo Corset Company weni on strike today. A cut of from 1 J, cents per dozen on piece work pre cipijtated the. strike. Groups' of young Women strikers pa raded the streets during the day. 8hip'p Crew Perishes In Cold. London, Feb. 28.—A news dispatel from Odessa says a tragedy of the sec was revealed- in. the discovery' in tht Caspian sea a few .miles off Astrakhan of a derelict vessel, the whole ere-, of which, numbering 30, had beei frozen to death. The ship was a mas: of Ice. SAW WALTER FOS8, AUTHOR, DIE! Writer Passes Away in Cambridge Hospital After Long Illness. Somerville, Mass., Feb. 28.—After long illness, Sam Walter FOSB, the •.uthor, poet and lecturer, died at the Jherles Gate hospital In Cambridge le was born la Candla, N. In 1858. Mr. FOBS was. best known to the general publlj as the author of numer •us poema/inclydlng "Back Country .'oems," 'Whiffs from Wild Mead ows," "Dreams in Homespun," "Songs of tit* Average Mmw1* fta Vital Statistics., NOTICE TO PROPER OFFICERS: Tbe requirements of Section 889 of the Re vised Codes of 1906. are as follows: Where no physician is employed, it shall be the duty of the parents to'give notice: to the proper officer within whose jurisdiction they reside, ot the births and deaths of their child ren, or of the presence of any Infectious or oontasious disease oecurrlne within their household, within twenty-four hours, or with in three days jf outside of incorporated limits ot citles. tow»s and villagep as to births and deaths only, of such occurrence and the oldest person next of kin. the keeper or other proper officer of every workhouse, poorhouse. reform house, jail. prlson. hospital, asylum, or other public or charitable Institution, shall (rive like notice ot any birth, death, infectious or con tagious disease occurring amons the persons under his charge. Whoever negleots or re fused to give such notice within the period of twenty-four hours, or three days if outside in corporated limits of cities, towns and villages as to births and deaths only, after the occur rence of suoh birth, death or infectious or contagious disease, shall upon conviction for feit a sum not to exceed twenty dollars, to be collected as other fines are collected by law. Dated at Sherbrooke, N. Dak., this 19th day of January, 1911, 44-St. S. MCPHERSON. Auditor of Steele County, N. Dak. 60 YEAR8* EXPERIENCE PATENTS I HADE HI ARKS DESIOINS COPYRIQHTS &.C. Anyone lending a sketch and description may qnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether au Inrentlnn l« probably patentable. Commpnlco tloMRtrietly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for seonrlng patents. Patents taken tnrouKh Munn & Co. receive special notice, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely lllnntmted weekly, tanreftt cir culation of nny eoientiUo jonnml. 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