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Farmers Grain & Milling Company MAYVILLE, N. DAK. AUTO TO OUR CUSTOMERS THERE ARE MANY OF YOl. That we appreciate your patronage, your loyalty and steadfastness, fully as much as you appreciate the help we have at times be«n able to furnish you, goes without saying. HOWEVER, we want to take this public method of thanking you for past patronage and, with full confidence that this patronage will con tinue, we pledge you our best endeavors in the future as you have had them in the past. Wishing you an increased measure of Happi ness and Prosperity for the year 1912, we are Sincerely yours, FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA Goffe & Bern is REPAIRING ANDSUPPLIES PHONE 48. MORE, IN. LIVERY f»i-e+e're-f-e ARE THE BEST Stickney's Catechism es N*. 21 The Stickney Gasoline Engine excels all others in its outside igniter in which the spark can be seen, in its straight line valve motion, in its perfect cooling system, in its automatic mixer, in its ball-bearing governor and in the quality of its material and the accuracy of its work manship. We have a few copies of Stickney's Catechism a book describing 57 points of superiority of the Stickney Engine over all others—Come and get one— they are free. Thomas Major I EXCLUSIVE AGENTSI MAJOR IMPLEMENT CO. Hope, N. D. Seasonable Hardware J. H. McCollom Order Auction Sale Bills at The Pioneer Office Now $be Ibope JMoneer HOPE, Thursday, FEB. 29. 1912 NORTB DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. L. J. BOWEN, Editor and Manager SV It SCRIPT I OH HATES: ftr rear, In itfnncc ft.50 Six Months.... IS fSntered at the post office at Hope. North Da tola. an second class matter. To insure insertion, all advertise ments and pay locals must reach our ortice on or before Wednesday noon of each week. t@T All notices of entertainments of any nature at which admission is charged given by local organizations are charged at the rate of five cents per line per insertion. Prisoner Recaptured John Gerber, Who Escaped Last Fall from Police Re-arrested. John Gerber, who was arrest ed last fall on the charge of sell ing intoxicating liquor in this city and after being bound over to the district court made his get-away before his bonds were secured, was re-arrested the first of this week at Milton, N. Dak., where he was working in a harness shop. Requisition papers had been secured and arrangements were made to have him arrested at Perham, Minn., and Sheriff Long went to that city to take charge of the prisoner. On ar riving there he found that Ger ber had returned to North Dako ta. After finding out his location Sheriff Long proceeded at once to the place and made the arrest, bringing his prisoner to Hills boro. Arrangements are being made to secure the release of the prisoner under bonds. Indoor Field Meet Use Peerless Flour Arrangements have been com pleted for the Pift.ii Annual In door Field Meet of the Congre gational Sunday School which will bo held in the town hall Fri day evening, March 8th, at 8:00 P. M. All tlie events are entirely new and the Meet promises to be bigger, better and uiore en tertaining than ever before. The admission fee as usual will be ten cents and the tags on sale on the street early the morning of March 8lh. A dollar's worth of fun and entertainment for dime. Following is thepiogram for the evening: Event No. 1. Straight Away. 2 Endurance Run. (('lass No. 6.) ii. Boxing Contest. (Free for all.) 4. Roman Running Race. (Class No. 11) 5. Dog Fight. (Free for all.) 0. Accurate Tlirowing Contest. (School Teachers Only.) 7. Toe Wrestling. (Free for all.) 8. Lea)) Frog Contest. (Class No. 8.) 9. Pail Tilting. (Free for all.) 10. Relay Race. (Congregation al sts vs. Methodists.) Dr. F. W. Chandler, Dentist, three days, March 21, 22, and 23, There is no better medicine made for colds than Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It acts on nature's plan, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions, aids expectoration and restores the system to a healthy condition. For sale by all dealers. I At The Bijou teeeeeeeeeee»o "From the Bottom of the Sea." Educational, Novel,Thrill ing—Greatest Piece of Photography Work Ever Shown. The Bijou will featune March 8th and 9th "Prom the bottom of the Sea." This inagnificient triumph was just released by the Imp. Co. Monday, Nov. 20th and has been in such a demand ever since that the management has been able ts secure it only by persistant effort and at a large expense. This film is one of the most magnificient triumphs ever scored by any film company. It is educational, it is completely novel, and is more than that, it is indescribably thrilling from start to finish. Through the courtesy and co-operation of the United States Government the Imp. Co. is enabled to produce this wonderful production. Uncle Sam loaned one of his torpedo submarine boats and its crew, and let the stage director have full sway in the evolutions of the boat. The photography is per feet. The story is great. The acting, staging and all points be yond criticism. When you see the U. S. sailors and officers gasping for breath in the sub marine boat which has!been sunk through treachery, when you see one of the actors (impersonating aU. S. Naval ofticers)shot through a torpedo tube that he may send for rescue: when you see the rescuing party pumping air into the boat at the bottom of the sea —when you see these and other features of the thrilling plot you cannot help but pronounce it as one of th^ greatest pieces of photopraphy ever produced. The dates set for this feature are Friday and Saturday, March 8th and 9th. Matinee Saturday afternoon at 2:30. Wedding bells Thompson-Swanson. The marriage of Mr. Tom G. Thompson and Miss Anna Sophia Swanson was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Swan son, Thief River Falls, Minn., on the afternoon of Tuesday, Feb. 27th. The young couple will re turn to Hope, where both are well and favorably known, in tlie near future and make their home on the Thompson & Nash farm. The Pioneer joins in wishing them joy and prosperity on their journey through life. Wulf-Nelson.. Wednesday afternoon at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Nelson, of Sharon, N. D., oc curred the marriage of their daughter, Anna Otillia, to Mr. Henry Wulf, of this city. A large number of friends and relatives were present to witness the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Wulf will make their home in Hope and the Pioneer joins in ex tending a hearty welcome and best wishes. Knights of Pythias. The Knights of Pythias Lodge meet regularly at the I. O. O. F. hall on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Mem bers are requested to be present as there is always important business to come before the meetings. All visitors are wel come. R. R. Fisher, C. C. T5he j- A BREAKFAST OF SAUSAGE Would be the right thing, If of our manufacture Fit for the King! A NICE SUCE OF BCON Neither too fat or too lean, Well crisped before taken, Would be fit for his Queen. They Make A Royal Breakfast Try them some morning! T5he State of North Dakota I County of Steele The First National Bank of Mayville. North Dakota, a National Banking Institution. Incor porated UDder the Laws of the United States THE STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT:—greeting:— You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of the Plaintiff in this action, which was tiled on I anuary 29th. 1912. in the office of the Clerk of the Distriet Court aforesaid, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the sub scriber within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you. exclusive of the day of service and in ease of your failure to ap pear or answer judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated this 24th day of January. 1912. GEORGE W. MEADER. Administrator. WM. BARCLAY. Attorney for Administrator Sherbrooke. N. D. 1st publication Jan. 25.1912. 44-ftt. COUNT INVOLVED IN SCANDAL Russian Minister to China Elopes With French Qlrl and Father Purauaa Tham. Peking.—Count Korostlvier, Russian minister to China, 69 years of ace and a grandfather, has caused a scan dal by eloping with Mlas Peary, an unusually pretty French girl of 17, whose parents are well known In so ciety here. Mr. Peary gave.chafo and found his daughter, disguised as a Chinese boy, pigtail and all. Diplomatic lnterven tiou is expected, as Peary has a high position In the postoffloe and ia uni versally respected. He declares he will cause the count to leave the diplo matic service for good, but the Rus sian diplomats here think otherwise, though they do not expert their ohlef back in Peking. Revolver in hand, Peary scoured the town, but not finding them, demanded a search of the Russian oonsulate. This meant some delay. When be got Inside at last he found a Chinese toy, whom the consul said tbe miniates gaged as servant, but Peary pulled the pigtail and it came off In his hands. Bia laughter refused For Sale By C. G.Warner Hope, N. Date. Hope National ank Nope, N. DAK. O I E S A I E O S J. B. LASHAM, President. C. S. MOORES. Vice-President. GEO. A. WARNER. Cashier. JNO. D. FOLEY. Asst. Cashier Fred N. Lang. Teller. F. N. Gilmore, 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 BANKING In All Its BRANCHES TRANSACTED $ If you have idle funds, large or small amounts, see us about putting it TO WORK for you. $ We write INSURANCE of ALL KINDS: Life, Fire and Lightning, Tornado and Wind, and Hail. $ When you need a REAL ESTATE IX)AN see us, before signing application elsewhere. Why Peter Brown, Prop. Distriet Court. Third Judicial District. Plaintiff. against L. K. Myers Defendant SUMMONS. F. W. AMES. Plaintiff's Attorney. Residence and •Hot, p. o. Address, Mayville. N. Dak. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned. Administrator of the Ustate of Frank Meader. deceased, late of the Township of Willow Luke, in the County of Steele, and State of North Dakota, to the creditors of. and all per sons having cluims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers to the undersigned at his residence at the City of Hope in said Steele County, within six months a Tier the first publication of this Notice. 4 4 4 4 4 41 4 are gossips like kings and queens? Because they have so many subjects!. Star Meat Market State ot North Dakota i_ County of Steele. In County Court, Before Hon. Adam S. Moote. Judge, In the Matter of the Estate of Serine K. Sund. Deceased. Andrew I. Simonsoir Petitioner vs. Martha Sund. Hannah Anderson. Inga Sund. Maggie Sund. John K. Sund. Olena Sund. Maria Harveland. Ellen Mulene Thompson. Mathias Sund. Anna Uurina Anderson and Revd. Lars Langhaug Respondents. Citation Hearing Proof of Will. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA. To the above named Respondents and all Persons in terested in the Estate of Serine K. Sund, Deceased. You and each of you, are hereby notified that Andrew I. Simonson. the petitioner here- .. in. has tiled in this Court a document in writ ing. purporting to be the Last Will ai.d Testa ment of Serine K. Sund. late of the Village of Blabon, in the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, deceased, .with bis petition fraying tor the admission to probate of said document as the Last Will and Testament of the said deceased, and tor the issuance to him self of Letters Testamentary thereon, and that said Petition and the proofs of said pur ported Will and Testament will be heard and duly considered by this Court on Saturday, the l'lth day ot March A. D. 1912, at one o'clock lit the afternoon of that day. at the Court Rooms ot this Court, in the County Court House in the Village of Sherbrooke. in the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, and You. and each of you, are hereby cited to be and appear before this Court at said time and place and answer the said petition aud show cause, if any you have or there be. why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. expreeB Jp «p ^jna By the Court, ADA MS MOOTE. Judge of the County Court. Dated January 17th A. D. 1812. (Seal.) C. S. S HIPPY, 4i-fit. Attorney for Petitioner. Hope. N. Dak. with him, and consented only when she heard that the minister, fearful of Peary'e revolver, had disguised him self as a sailor and escaped on a na tive Junk. Thence, when Peary was home-bound, he took a goods train to Harbin, where he caught the Siberian^ to St. Petersburg. Mr. Peary has applied to the French minister to lay tbe whole story before the Ctar personally. Count Korosto vler is going out in St. Petersburg In the best of spirits and declares that Miss Peary is tbe most delightful woman he ever met, and that be will marry her when be gets a divorce. DAIRY EXPERTS RESIGNS. Work Begun in Walsh and Pembina Counties Will Be Continued. Grafton.—Fred W. Merrill, federal dairy expert in charge of an exten sive campaign of dairy education In Walsh and Pembina counties, has re signed. His successor will be an nounced within a few days by A. K. Kisser, district superintendent. The work entered upon will not be discon tinued. The dairy school for *Grafton was opened by the federal and atate dairy experts, and will continue two days. The Grafton Business Men's club will dine the visitors.