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Goffe BLABON, fi. W. STANDLEY JJG AUCTIONEER, HOPE N.D. (18 years' experience.) j|\ Sales made anywhere. tfr ft tif All details attended to in arranging your sale. ib Write or phone me at my expense for dates. Carry as large a balance as you can. It gives you bet ter standing, and is only a fair recompense to the bank tv for the many accommodations given for which no charge is made. 2 YOUR CHECKS ARE RECEIPTS "Pay as you go" is an excellent max im provided you "pay-by-check". It's foolish to carry money on the person, except for the smallest purchases and incidentals, for aside from the care and inconvenience there is always the danger of theft or loss. But with a check-book of this bank in your pocket the inconvenience and worry are eliminated. You write out a check for the exact amount of each purchase, your check-stub is a record for reference and the check itself will later be returned to you by the bank and may be retained as a receipt. Some persons may think of the check account as being complicated. Nothing could be more simple, however. We keep books for you and there is a re cord for your every transaction. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Hope N. Dale. LIVERY We have just received a few barrels of the j: famous Polarine Auto Oil. Get our rate on barrel-lots. Yours for business, Sc Why not investigate THE HOOSIER DRILL before (buying. The Hoosier Drill is not an experi ment but has been on the market for over half a century. My sales of this drill in 1907 were 5, in 1908,12 in 1909,12 in 1910, 27. If you will call at my office I will tell you the reason for this great re cord, and put you on the list of Satis fied Purchasers. A.. L. Stewart, 4? /F Dakota Boy No, 15252 Dakota Boy, a Red Poll ed Bull, will serve cows at my farm, three miles west of Hope. Pee* $3 cash. J. A. GILMORE. 49-frr-p Shotwell Floral Co. Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &.c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write u* Night or Day. 41-tf. Send for Catalogue. REPAIRING Bemis N. DAKOTA^ Formaldehyde 40 oio Guaranteed 25c per pound at Mallory's Drug Store Money to Loan on Real Estate M. B. Cassell& Co Sherbrooke Zbe Dope pioneer •on, it Published every THURSDAY, Offioial Newspaper Steele County NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. L. J. BOWEN, Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION HATES: Per rear. In adraace jif .50 SIXHOATTB Entered at the poet office at Hope, North Da cota, ae second claw matter. —T To insure insertion, all advertise ments and pay locals must reach our office on or before Wednesday noon of each week. All notices of entertainments of any nature at which admission is Charged given by looal organizations are charged at the rate of five -cents per line per insertion. The Woman's Club took an other step toward advancing our city when they opened their Rest and Reading Room in the base ment of the First National Bank, last Saturday, serving refresh ments during the afternoon and evening. The room is very taste fully arranged, some very com fortable chairs, a reading table, lounge, etc., being provided for the comfort of all visitors. Hope has long needed such a room as this and everyone should do all in their power to help the Club make it a permanent institution. Donations of books and maga zines are gladly accepted. Larimore Pioneer: The Lyce um Singers who appeared in the opera house Tuesday evening pleased the audience each num ber was encored. This was with out question the best three-peo pie entertainment ever given in the city and for that matter much better than a great many companies who carry several times as many entertainers. All who attended were more than satisfied with the show. Stordahl Bound Over. Sharon Reporter: The Stor dalil-Helgeson liquor trial, which was held here last Friday after noon, resulted in binding Iver Stordahl, the proprietor of a Finley drugstore, over to district court on a bond of $1,000, while Helgeson, his clerk, was entirely exonerated. States Atty. John son conducted the prosecution, Atty. P. O. Sathre for the de fendants. Judge A. Mickels presided. Altho the Page Record is mak ing funny remarks about our whist players, we notice that Br. McLaughlin is not denying the fact that Doc and Harry cleaned up all comers and brought the championship of Page home with them. This makes it necessary for the Southern City to produce something worth mentioning out loud before the Hope players can their chalenge. As Gotch says, '"Go get a reputaoion". Lecture Course. Saturday, March 18th, comes the closing number of the Wom an's Club Lecture Course. This number is an illustrated lecture on Panama. Prof. McDowell has twice visited the isthmus and obtained views for moving pictures and lantern slides. This will be one of the most in structive and informing enter tainments of the season. W. J. Anderson and wife ar rived from Rugby Monday even ing for a visit at T. G. Ander son's. Mr. Anderson had been at Rugby to close up his news paper business there which he had sold, and was on his way to Bismarck, where he has a posi tion in the office of the Secretary of State.—Finley Beacon. Take the train to Finley March 22nd and attend Archer's Sale. Free ride out to the farm and free lunch when you get there See the large bills. Automobile Owners. We have secured the agency for the famous Dahl Puncture less Tire Filler for Steele county for the next two years. We have samples of this at our shop, and if you will call we will be glad to show you how you can prolong the life of your tires from one to three thousand miles. Ask some of the business men in this town that attended the automobile show and saw this demonstrated. Yours truly, 50-2t Davis & Todd Machine Co. Public Sales. C. A. Vadnie, Hope, N. Dak., March 9th. E. E. Thompson, Clifford, N. D., March 10th. J. F. Kelley, Hope, Mch. 14th. H. A. Griffin, Hope, Mch. 15th. Jeanie Peterson, Sherbrooke, March 16th. E. J. Milligan, who has been connected with C. G. Warner's store for a number of years, has resigned and will solicit insur ance for the Dakota Western As surance Co., after next week. E. J. has been a very popular man in the store and he will be missed by his many friends. Here's to Success! I have returned from the Twin Cities after having selected very beautiful line of Spring and Summer Millinery which will be on display in a few days. Watch for my opening announcement Mrs. J. A. Bowen. Seed Wheat for Sale. I have a limited amount of Macaroni and Blue Stem Seed Wheat, also some 1909 Manchur ia Barley for sale. Mose Savoie. Painless extractions, crowns, plates, fillings, etc., will be made by Dr. Chandler, Dentist, Satur day and Sunday, March 18 and 19. of Piano, Illinois The FARMERS' Company Call in and investigate how the Farmers manufacture their own machinery, and sell it at a reduced figure. They ARE independent and NOT IN THE TRUST. S. D. SCOTT, Agent Hope, N. UDEL^HIA, Dak. The Painting Season will soon be here. We will carry a complete line of MEAT Which is allowed to hang and ripen develops added flavors. Beef naturally has more flavor than pork or mutton. We al low time for our beef to ripen before offering it for sale. That is the reason why Our Beef Tastes so Good. It is a fact., the better the meat tastes the easier it is digested. Good meat' like ours excites the flow of saliva and the gastric juices. It does th(J most good. Buy your, meat at T5he Harrison MIXED PAINTS Varnishes, Oils, Ala bastine, and the -Brushes to apply them. KING & SMITH STAR MEAT MARKET PETER. BR.OWN, Proprietor The Pioneer Only $1.50 perywr. 5 -J u.r.