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Farmers Grain & Milling Company MAYVILLE, N. DAK. PHONE 40. J. H. SOLD BY 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 been 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 REPAIRING AIND SUPPLIES Seasonable Hardware Hope McCollom N. AUTOMOBILES Greatest Value tor the least Money Hope Imp't Co. D. verlanD Hope and Luverne at Pioneer office. 3be 1bope IMoneet HOPE. Thursday, April 11, 1912 Use Peerless Flour NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. L. J. Bo WEN, Editor and Manager 3VH3CHIPTIOK HATES: fer fear. In advance Ml.30 Six Months. .75 Kmereif at the post office at Hoi*. North f)i (ota, as second claw matter. 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 local organizations are charged at the rate of five cents per line per insertion. The Announcement of S. J. Tande asking for the nomination on the republican ticket to the office of Representative from the 16th Legislative District appears in this issue of the Pioneer. Mr. Tande was elected two years ago on his platform of "Good Roads and a Square Deal for every body" but his letter fails to state what his platform will be this year. We understand, however, that he has added "Woman's Suffrage" to his old platform and trusts the new plank to pull him through. Notice to Automobile Drivers. Automobile drivers are hereby notified that the ordinance of the city regarding speed limits and lights will horeafter be rigidly enforced, also the State Law re quiring the display of License numbers. In some cases little attention is being paid to these requirements and a continuation of such conduct will result in the arrest of the guilty parties. Chief of Police, Hope. N. D. Dog Owners Attention The City Ordinance that dog owners shall license for their dogs City Auditor is still in requiring secure a from the force and unlicensed dogs vviil be impound ed and disposed of in the near future. Chief of Police, Hope, N. D. ORPINGTON EGGS. Crystal White Orphington eggs, 15 for $1.50 also a few full blooded roosters (last spring's) for $1.00 each. Mrs. J. B. War ner. 1-tf Don't iniss the special bill at the Bijou this week. It is one of the best offered this season. Headliner "A Tale of TwoCities." Good for the blues: Brown's Tennessee Minstrels at the Hope opera house April 16th. You will forget your business cares and worries if you attend. I will load a car of potatoes the first of next week and any one having potatoes for .sale please call at once. E. M. Fuller The Y. M. C. A. of the Congre gational church met at the school house Tuesday evening. A de bate on Socialism was the feat ure of the evening. The Old T.vme Dance at the opera house Monday evening, given by the M. W. A. lodge, was not very well attended. Those who were there had a most en joyable time. The Pickets at the Opera House last Saturday evening played before a small audience but gave an excellent show' As a charater impersonater, Picket can not be equalled, his dialect stunts brought the house down Hope seldom sees as versatile an actor as he is. WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW^ WWWWWWV0 I At The Bijou May 1112 April 19 20 Cinderella Vanity Pair A TALE OF TWO CITIES Wonderful Drama in 3 Parts At the Bijou on Friday and Saturday of this Week APRIL 12th AND 13th. Every person who has read any of the works of that famous author, Chas. Dickens, has read or knows about that great book, "A Tale of Two Cities." It is a story of Paris and London, a his tory of the conditions preceed ing and during the French Rev olution. The first part being placed about the year 1757 and the following parts about eight een years later. One of the im portant events is the Fall of the Bastile, the greatest prison ever known for political prisoners and the scene of hundreds of mur ders committed in the name of the law, that might makes right. This drama is staged by the Vit agraph company which assures a splendid production. "Archibald, the Hero" by the Lubin Co. is the fourth reel for these performances. This is without question one of the strongest bills offered this sea son. Don't miss it. D. D. Sullivan, Optical Special ist will visit Hope Professionally, Tuesday, April 23rd. All per sous having defective eye-sight or who need their glasses changed or renewed should call and see him. Office at Major Hotel. 3 2t 15he For the Year Ending April 1st, 1912. RECEIPTS GTONERAL FITS'O Balance fowd April 1st. 1911 159 9i Received from April 1st. '11 to April 1st. '12 315i HO INTEREST FUND Balance fowd. April 1st. 1011 I 1 31 Received from April 1st. '11 to April 1st. '12 64.69 FIRE FTJND Balance fond. April 1st. 1911 Received (rum April 1st. 'Il to April 1st. "12 509 00 ELECTION FUND Bulanoe fowd. April 1st. 1911 *2 00 Total Receipts 32 00 LIGHTING FUND Balance fowd. April 1st. 1911 il4,00 Received from April 1st. 'U to April 1st. 1912 1320 00 Total Receipts 2040 00 ENGINE FUND Balance fowd. April 1st. 1911 10: 25 Received from April 1st. '11 to April 1st, '12 194 75 Total Receipts 30o 00 SPECIAL FUND Balance fowd. April 1st, 1911 23 00 Received from April 1st. 'II to April 1st. '12 530 40 Total Receipts 559 40 SALARY FUND Balance fowd. April 1st. 1911 354 00 Received from April 1st. '11 to April 1st. '12 434 00 Total Receipts 788 00 POLICE FUND Balance fowd. April 1st, 1911 490.00 Received from Aprillst, '11 to April 1st, 'IS 1477.82 Total Receipts 1967.82 19580 09 GENERAL FUND Warrants paid from April 1st, '11 to April 1st. '12 (2143 08 Balance on band April 1st. '12 1174 79 INTEREST FUND Warrants paid from April 1st, '11 to April 1st. '12 06 00 FIRE FUND Warrants paid from April 1st. '11 to April 1st, '12 491 60 Balance on band April 1st, '12 17 40 ELECTION FUND Warrants paid from April 1st, '11 to April 1st, '12 32 00 LIGHTING FUND Warrants paid from April 1st. '11 to April 1st, .12 1224 00 Balance on band Apri 1st. '12 SLTT 00 ENGINE FUND Warrants paid from April 1st. '11 to April 1st. '12 180 00 Balance on band April 1st. '12 120 00 SPECIAL FUND Warrants paid from April 1st. '11 to April 1st, '12 514 Total Payments Hope National $ We write ANNUAL STATEMENT OF CITY TREASURER O I E S A I E O S J. E. LASHAM. President. O. S. MOORES. Vice-President. GEO. A. WARNER, Cashier. Political Annoncem'nts All Announcements Published Under This Head are Paid tor at Legal Rates. To the Voters of Steele County: I hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination, on the Republican ticket, for the office of State's Attor ney of Steele County, and I respect fully solicit your support and suffrage at the primary election to be held in June. Sincerely Yours, Total Receipts *3317 87 Total Receipts 66 (10 Total Receipts 509 00 Total Balance on band April 1st, 1911 11879.53 Total Receipts from April 1st. '11 to April 1st, '12 7700.56 Total (9580.09 PAYMENTS Total warrants paid and Balance on hand April 1st. 1912. Total Balance Cash on hand 3038 90 For Sale By C.G.Warner Hope, N. Dak. Hope, N. DAK. JNO. D. FOLEY. Asst. Cashier Fred N. Lang. Teller. F. N. Qllmore. 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 $ 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. JJ. O. SATHRE, Finley, N. D' FOR REPRESENTATIVE To the voters of Griggs and Steele Counties: I hereby announce my desire to be returned to the Legislature from the ItSth Legislative District and to that end ask your support at the June primary. S. J. TANDE. A One Ringed Circus. "There's a ring around the moon." "I guess the man in it is having a cir cus."—New York Press. 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. J3317. 87 36 00 509 00 32 00 2010 00 300 00 07 Balanoe on band April 1st, '12 4&.3U SALARY FUND Warrants paid from Aprillst, '11 to April 1st. "12 427 62 Balance on hand April 1st. '11 360 38 POLICE FUND Warrants paid from April 1st. '11 to April 1st. '13 1477 82 Balance on band April 1st,'12 490 00 559 40 788 00 1967 82 19580 09 16556 19 L. H. SMITH. Treasurer. 19580 09 One Week OnlyJ 21 Jewel Watch $16.00 These watches are usually sold for $22.00. If in need of a watch, see them. MCLAUGHLIN JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 0 The Hope Bakery Ferdinand Grams, Prop. You will find me at the old stand prepared to serve any kind of short-order meals at any time of the day. Fresh Bread—baked every day Fancy Bread, Rolls and Pastry Hope Markets No. 1 Northern Wheat....$ .94 2 92 3 88 No. 1 Durum Knights of Pythias. The Knights of Pythias Lodge meet regularly at the I. O. O. P, hall 011 the second and fourth Mondays of each month. Mem bers are requested to be present as there always important business to come before the meetings. All visitors are wel come. R. R. Fisher, C. C. FLAX SEED. One hundred bushels of N. D. No, 52 or wilt resistant flax, raised on new breaking and free from foul seed. Will deliver^ Blabon. Price, $3.00 per bushel, sacks extra. E. C. Butler, Fin ley, N. D. R. F. D. No. 2. 2t. p. The Pioneer has a few automo bile license application blanks for 1912 that may be had on applica tion.