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Worn out carpets Carpets to be beaten. House cleaning. Backache. Dost to breathe. Germs to inh ale. Brooms to buy. O.V 0: C* 0: $ ^•1 010 10 I 01 The Hope Provision Compactly Th»t great' health, labor and money saver Beidler & Robinson Lumber Co. Dealers in Lumber, Lath, Shingles Lime, Brick, Cement, Plaster, Sewer-Pipe and Drain Tile Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Porch-Trim, and all kinds of Stairwork. The So E-Z GLEANER Has arrived in our city and is awaiting your visit of welcome. If you call and get acquainted you will form a friendship that you will nev er regret. Operated by hand. Cannot get out of order. Qets AtXi the dirt. Saves ear pets. rugs, curtains, furniture, money health and strength. Price only $12.00 Isn't your health and the health of your family worth that much? -jJStl Come and see this wonderfully ef feotive, wonderfully simple labor, money and health saver. WASHBURN C. S. EG AN, Local Agent. mrnw Hope Roller mills Merchant and Exchange Work. O All gradea at flour utf teed la atock it all (faiii Grist grladlag tar farmara rtcelvaa afaalal atteatlaa. COAL I We have a good stock ot fresh mined COAL in $ all popular sizes, both Hard or Soft. ED. W. HANSON I Office «k.nd SoeJe at PHONE N. 119 Haiwklnan Lumber Yard 1' The Pioneer Only $1.50 per year. 3 0 0 WHY SHE WAS PLEASED. "Dp you mean to tell me that ym actually overcame that ancient antip a thy of yours for Mrs. Muggsby and called on her this afternoon?" said hla wife's husband. "That's about the size of It," replied her husband's wife. "And she was glad to see you?" "There Isn't any doubt about It" "Why do you think that?" "Well, I had on that old dress I've worn three seasons and a hat that la entitled to a prominent place in some museum for antiquities, while she had on a new gown just from Paris. Oh, yes, I'm sure she was tickled to death, figuratively speaking, when I called." No Latitude. An Irish school Inspector was ex amining a class in geography. He had propounded a question regarding long itude and received a correct answer from a lad undergoing the ordeal. "And now," he said, "what is lati tude?" After a brief silence a bright young ster with a merry twinkle in his eye, said: "Please, sir, we have no latitude in Ireland. Father says the British gov ernment won't allow us any."—London Scraps. Seema Probable. "Senator," ventured the reporter, "ai you look back over the campaign, now that you can view It In perspective, doea It not seem to you that there was —er—something lacking In the gen eral management of It?" "It does, young man." "Well, what was it, may I ask?" "Votes!" thundered the emlnenl statesman. Poor Father. Miss Millions—George, you'll have to ask father. Qeorge—I don't like to. Tour fa ther always reminds me of eatlnfl lobster. Miss Millions—What do you meai by that? George—He's too rich and bouni to disagree with me. WHAT WOULD 8T0P HIR. Mrs. A. G. Tator—If the womei would Just rise up, assert their rights march to the polls and demand vote, I'd like to know what would atoi them. Mr. A. G. Tator—A mouse. Still Unanswered. We are advised to live and learn. But why, alas I Oh, why Do people seldom learn to live Till just before they dleT Bargain Cigars Also? He—I hear that your husband hai taken to smoking again. I thought you Insisted that he Bhould give it up1 She—Yes, so I did but I found suet a pretty smoking Jacket at a bargain sale.—M. A. P. The Wrong Title. 'Tve called my new song 'Falling Dew.'" "Then, my son, it will never popular. It is too strongly suggestiv of household bills and commercial notes." Effect of Habit. "I should think farmers would make the best kind of Wall street financiers." "Why so." "Because it would come natural to them to water their atock." Must Be a Widow. "You say she has a great deal o) confidence In herself?" "Indeed she has! She has announced her approaching marriage and has not yet decided on the man she la tc marry." Fair Critics. "She has the complexion of a Drea den doll," remarked the young man it the box. "By the gods!" exclaimed hla chum, •nthuslastlcally. "No, by the ounce!" His Specialty. The One—You say your friend t* an eminent scientist. Has he dlgcor ered any new truths? The Other—Oh, no but he hai originated quite a number of new er rors, A Catastrophe. "How was the last act?" "Ripping. The villain stepped the train of the heroine's cowa.- "A,.- Needles, Parts and Supplies for both •heeler & Wilson and Singer Machine* SOLD ONLY BY S IN E SEWING MACHBNE CO. 107 Broadway, FARGO, N. D. Decorate Your Home With Correct and Artistic Decor ations at Moderate Cost. My Samples of Wall Paper For the Season of 1911 Represent The Best the World Affords I will be .pleased" to call and show you the very latest. I also do Paper Hanging, Grain ing, Kalsomining and Fainting —of the Highest Quality.— S. C. ANDERSON Decorator Box 192 Hope, N. Dak. O O O North Dakota am Tb* senna ihsm that this st"te has made ainioel unparal leled development dsriai the past tea years. The growth wUl be evrn greUc'Inriag the next decade What baa brought this ut? The rich soil, the healthy iHinnte, the live character Its cilizebi have had something to do with this progress. These faets hava Induced the rapid extension oi r^lirnad systems, which has '.v lis Influence tewnrda pro ss.. But above all. North Dakota tnvem lta rapid development to ii.« live newspapers, and your lical paper bns had a grand part thls work. It therefore behooves yi'u to he loyal to your home per—give it every assistance In yeurpiiwer. After your local newspaper. It you desire state news or dally paper, subscribe for The Fargo I orum, Instead of going outside ol the state lor your general paper. By doing this you will not only get good newspaper, but win help to build up the state. Dally. per yeari SI for six months, or tl to' three months ail advance payments. Sample espies sent free. The Forum Printing Co. Fargo North Dakota TAKE NOTICE! The cleanest, neatest and best work in Paperhanging, Grain ing, Kalsomining and Signs is done by ANDERSON & TYSK Pointers and Decorators Box 201. Hope, N. D. I. W. STANDLEY.... jjg AUCTIONEER, HOPE N. D. JjJ (18 years'- experience.) il/ W Sales made anywhere. \$f All details attended to ft) in arranging your sale, (f? Write or phone me at my expense for dates. Professional Cards. C. S. SKippy, Attorney-At-Law and Notary Public HOPE. N. DAK E. S. Johnson Lekwyer Hope N. Dak. Office Over Hurst's Store Dr. J. A. Hedding, Physician and Surgeon Office in First National Bank. Office Phone No. 181. Residence No. 169. Physicians and Surgeons Arthur Peake Chronic and Surgical Diseases. Frances Connell Peake Woman Physician. Diseases of Women and Children. Stern Bldg. Fargo, N. D. Dr. H. G. Fish. Physician and Surgeon Telephone Connections. Office second floor of WOODWARD BLOCK, HOPE Office hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. 1)R. C. B. HARWOOD PHYSICIAN AND Office SUEGEON. in Philip's Block Telephone OfHoe 37 KesitleiK'e 11' Geo. A. Fead, DENTIST Office First National Bank Block Hope. North Dakota. Money To Loan On Real Estate M.RC/VSSF.I I, Se COSherebronke Come in and see our "Wild Grass" Bond. Just the thing for letter heads and envelopes. Shotwell Floral Co. Read North Dakota's Independent Daily The only seven day paper in the state and the one which (fives fair and free all the news all the time is the Fargo Courier-News Daily and Sunday Independent politically fair and open editorially the Courier-News aims to supply the people of North Dakota with a morning newspaper which will be a factor in building up the state. It is for North Dako ta, first, last and all the time. Your Local Paper for Local News The Courier-News for Outside News Those who favor an independent untrammeled stand on the part of a newspaper those who like a bright, snappy, well-edited morning paper of progressive tendencies will be glad to welcome as a daily visitor the Courier-News. You can get it anywhere in North Dakota every day in the year. Subscription $4.00 per year. Address all communications to The Courier Pub. Co. Fargo, N. D. w/m [00/ CALIBER MODEL 1910 Self-Loading Rifle It Strikes n?dak! Growers of Plants,Cut flowers, &c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Night or Day. 41-tf. Send for Catalogue. FAT ENOUGH to suit the hearty eaters, lean enough to suit the more delicate ones, and rich enough to suit all, our MEAT finds favor in every household, be cause it is of such excellent quality. Any portion of the Beef for which you have a special liking can be had here at any time. Choice cuts are the rule, not the exception. The Star Meat Market Peter Brown, Prop. The Hope Dray Line C. F. FERELL, Prop. Prompt and Accurate Service Garden plowing given special attention. Calls attended promptly, and goods removed without risk or injury. Your business solicited. HOPE, North Dakota A Blow of 2038 lbs. This new Winchester shoots a heavier bullet and hits a harder blow than any other recoil operated rifle made. It is more powerful than the .30 Army, of big game hunting fame. The loading and firing of this rifle are controlled by the trigger finger. It JUTS LIKE THE HAMMER OF TH0K Send tor Illustrated circular tally describing this new rift* which has strength and power plus. WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., New Haven, Coon., D. S. A.