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Practice Economy and
-SAFE
Make up your mind to save-—think of
something other than having a "good time.'*
I ou will be surprised to see how quick you
will accumulate a nest egg for a savings ac
count at the bank.
By depositing your savings in a con
servative bank like ours, you not only add to
them as you can, but the interest which we
pay on the amount previously deposited adds
to your account, without effort on your part.
Begin today and watch it grow.
National Bank
OF NORTH DAKOTA A
Sc
AUTO LIVERY
REPAIRING AIND
SUPPLIES
PHONE 43. HOPE. IN.
Seasonable Hardware
J. H. McColIom
Hope N. D.
OVERLAND MODEL
Experience Teaches
When you buy a stallion you
want quality, because you know that
what has happened in the past will
occur in the future. If you buy a Stickney Engine you will
obtain the satisfaction of 15,000 present users
Thomas Major
I EXCLUSIVE AGENTSHHHHBM
MAJOR IMPLEMENT CO. Hope, N. D.
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Thursday. May 30, 1912
NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO.
J. BOWEN, Editor and Manager
SVRSCHIPT/Oh H4TF.fi:
Per Year, In atifunt.* *1.30
Si* Months 7 ft
Knterod at t.he p'ist office at Hope. North Da
«otn. a* second clasft matter.
o®T To insure insertion, all advertise
ments and pay locals must reach our
ollicn on or before Wednesday noon
each week.
t££)
ss" All notices of entertainments
.v nature at- which admission
an
rj nil ii I tkn nntn rif fitm
per
While strolling around Hope
the other clay we were pleased
to notice how every yard, street
and alley had been cleaned up.
Hope is now one of the cleanest
little cities in the state. The co
operation of the Woman's Club
and Commercial Club in the line
of Civic Improvement has work
ed wonders. Among other
noticible features is the improve
ment in the vacant lots on Steele
Ave in the business section.
They have been plowed up and
seeded to grass and trees have
been planted. The Band Stand
has been gi\en two coats of paint
and looks very acceptable
There are a, few other spots that
can be improved and we hope
they will he attended to before
l.he season advances much
farther.
Attorney General Andrew
Miller has recently given an
inion on the duties of the vot
regarding the SECOND CHOICE
law. This law reads as follow-:
"Winn there are three or more
candidates for the same office for
United Slates senator or an.y
congressional or state office
there shall lie piinted upon the
ballot at the right of the name of
each candidate for such office a
square in a column marked
"First Choice" and at the right
of t.ne "f'irst. Choice" column a
-quare in a column marked
"Second Clhoice." There shall
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»UJ .v.,,.,. «u,u.™.wu ,N tion for the betterment of Hope
chared given by local organizations
and the territory tributary to
3,re charged ul the rate of five cents
i0t* linti pen* insertion. Hop©. If you nnv© 3.H ldcfi tllcit
you would like to see "put thru"
attend the next meeting, present
Weather conditions have not your idea to the Club and "things
been the best the past few days.
A storm period arrived Sunday farmer is as vitally interested in
evening following two days of
warm weather. A heavy rain
fell Sunday night and continued
in the form of heavy showers
Monday with a decided falling of
the temperature. A hard wind
accompanied the first storm and
blew down several trees, no
other damage was reported in
the city but reports of sheds and
machinery on surrounding farms
being smashed up have been re
ceived.
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printed above the names ot
i« candidates lor such office
the lollowinu':
"Vote for both first and second
choice for this office."
No \otei
same candidate for both first ana
secend choice."
!U?J!1?e!lt/"llndat0ry
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sured the full protection of his
policy through the entire season.
We quote you herewith for the
season of 1912 in the event that
We are able to write lUail in- forget to attend the Com
surance NOW, and give the as-
crops are destroyed by hot winds Fourth
or drouth between June 1st and
Junel5th-35% of premium, be
tween June 15th and July lst-50
per cent between July 1st and
July 15th-75 per cent. Embrace
this opportunity now and see
THE FULLER LAND CO,,
Agents.
Commercial Club
It is to be regretted that there
was not a better attendance at
the regular meeting of the com
mercial Club meeting on Monday
the.27th. These meetings are
public, any one and every one
has a perfect right to air their
views on anything pertaining to
Hope and the time taken one
night monthly certainly is well
spent for any man living in Hope
or the vicinity of Hope. The
Commercial Club while a Hope
institution is not essentially nor
necessarily exclusively people
living in the city of Hope. The
Commercial Club is an organiza-
will be doing." Each and every
the good roads project as the
business men of Hope. Each
and every Auto owner is inter
ested. The subject of good
roads was up for discussion at
the last meeting and will be at
the next. We want to make
every road leading to Hope a per
fect highway. Get busy and at
tend the next meeting of the
Club June 24th. There will be
arrangements made for the im
provement of the I'oads.
At the last meeting there were
several good clean instructive
talks given, talks that should in
terest and instruct every citizen.
Mr. S hippy made clear the
proposed High School proposi
tion. Mr. Chalmers explaiued
to the entire satisfaction of
every man present why Hope
should have anew City Hall. He
went into details showing con
clusively that it would not be an
extra expense to erect the build
ing, and further that it was the
very poorest of business policy
to continue housing fire appara
tus worth $5000 or more in an
old shed which if it should catch
tire would without question burn
shed fire apparatus and all in
spite of every thing One clear
concise lo the int talk such as
Mr. Chalmers ide on the sub
ject does more {..cod for a pro
ject than 400 curbstone argu
ments.
O. G. Major wr.nts a race track
and he wants a pirk. Every
man woman and ci ild that wants
one should and mu .i be on hand
the 24th of June, i!' you dont
want one you better !e there to
fight, it, as the men who have
ginger enough to enjoy racing
are usually there with the hustle
and get what they want.
Further Hope is going to cele
brate the Fourth of July, she is
going to do it up brown every
man woman and child will want
to come or if they dont they will
wish they had as there will be
doings all the time. This cele
bration is not going to be one of
own
lmstand.secondcho.ce for this It is not going to be a celebra
ofhee is in the imperative tense
f°r
voter to obey its provisions.
is in no sense a directory clause
The opinion of the attorney
the
general is given at the request of
the Secretary of State as the hit
ter official desired the advice be
fore he had the ballots printed.
,»_ sf^4^^,vT3fiYn14 ft"»?
iu uc ui
those kind where every OQe
walks their head off and goes
home tired without having had
any fun and wondering why
shall vote^ for^ the they went, but it is going to be
one of those where every man,
woman and child can find their
he clause Vote for both
peculiar kind of enjoyment.
tion where if things dont
"ght one man will blame the
I*1 other because each committee
man has one thing4 to d© and if
he dont do that tning and do it
up brown he wi]1 be
eternally to
blame for it. Every one get
busy with a boost for Hope's
Fourth of July celebration.
There, will be fun galore, and say
merc'a^
Club meeting on Mon-
n*tfht
man for a
to come to
June the 24th. And
b-v t'le wa,y
we
rant?ements
have made ar-
with the weather
Peach of a day on the
so
commence planning
Hope on that day.
Now is the time to get rid of
your rheumatism. You can do
it by applying Chamberlain's
Liniment and massaging the
parts freely at each application.
For sale by all dealers.
•••••••••••••••••••••wo
At The Bijou
Watch for Bills announcing
the Special Reels for the Friday
and Saturday Show.
PROGRAM FOR THURSDAY.
Two Shows, 4:00 and 7:30 M.
"THE CONFEDERATE SPY,,
A great war drama
"SUMMER ADVENTURE"
'THE GIRL
and the
MOTOR BOAT'
Edison.
A catchy Drama with a thrilling
Motor Boat Race.
'THAT WINSOME WINNIE SMILE'
You will get the smile if
j'ou see it.
ILLUSTRATED SONG.
"I'm Going Back To My
Old Girl.
HELP
The boys that play ball want
help. Thej7 are entitled to help.
When the young fellows who get
out and work their heads off to
furnish amusement for the city
without any pay and without ex
pecting any pay they are entitled
to assistance in getting their or
ganization to going.
Hope is exceptionally well sup
plied with home boys that play
ball and put up a good article of
ball too. We have the players,
we have the diamond and last
but not least we have a bunch of
people who enjoy ball games.
Our diamond needs a few
dollars spent on it to get it in
shape, perhaps a couple of days
work with a team or two, our
grand stand needs just a little re
pairing our ball boys need a little
support not so much financial as
to have the people boost the ball
proposition
Many people will perhaps say
a ball team costs a bunch of
money, that is true if you get a
salaried team but with our ma
terial at hand we do not need one
salaried man. It is a plain dead
open and shut fact that nothing
on earth will drive away dull
care for American people as well
as^will a ball game.
Lets get busy and have a meet
inij and help the boys get on the
map with our ball team.
Poor appetite is a sure sign of
impaired digestion. A few doses
of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets will strengthen
your digestion and improve your
appetite. Thousands have been
benefited by taking these Tablets.
Sold by all dealers.
Richard S. Hurst arrived
Tuesday morning and spent the
day in the city. "Short Pete"
looks better than ever and says
that he will return in a few days
and spend a week here looking
after business interests.
Lame back is usually caused
by rheumatism of the muscles of
the back, f-r which you will find
nothing better than Chamber
Iain's Liniment.. For sale by all
dealers.
Political Annoncem'nts
All Announecmeiits 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,
P. O. SATHRE,
Finley, N. D'
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
To the voters of Gri^s and Steele
Counties:
I hereby announce my desire to be
returned to the Legislature from the
16th Legislative District and to that
end ask your support at the June
primary.
S. J. TANDE.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
To the Voters of Steele and Griggs
Counties:
I hereby announce mygelf as a can-
Can you save five dollars
Five Dollars Deposited in
The Hope National Bank
each month at 6% Interest,
Compounded Semi-Annual
ly will amount to
First year
$62. OO
Second year
$127.77
Third year
S197.54
Fourth year
$271.57
Fifth year
$350.11
Sixth year
$433.43
Seventh year
$521.82
ISiphth year
$615.60
jjineth year
$71 .07
Tenth year
$820.61
Open an account today. Start with
one dollar if you have no more. De
positors who open small accounts are
treated with the same courtesy and
consideration as those with large ac
oovnts. We will appreciate your busi
ness.
THE HOPE NATIONAL
BANK
Capital,'Surplus and Profits $75 000 00
didate for the nomination on the Re
publican ticket at the June Primary,
for the office of Member of the House
of Representatives for the Sixteenth
Legislative District.
In politics I am a Progressive Re
publican and am a supporter of La
Follett^nnd Buchanan. Mv standard
is: People's Rule and Christian Gov
ernment for our time, for our children
and childreo's children
I resp 'clfully solicit your votes.
W. H. NORTHROP.
Luverne, N. D.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the nomination to the office of County
Commissioner in the 1st Dist. Steele
Co. on the Republican tioket, subject
to the will of the voters at the June
primaries, and respectfully solicit
your support.
S. VV. Johnson,
Colgate, N. Dak.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Representative from the 16th
Legislative District subject to the
will of the Republican voters at the
primary election June 26, and res
pectfully solicit the support, of all
persons who believe nie competent to
till this office. R. L. JoNi'S,
Haunaford, N. D.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE.
To the Voters of Griggs and Steele
Counties:
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for nomination on the Republi
can ticket to the office of Representa
tive from the 16th Legislative District
and respectfully ask your support at
the June Primary.
I am a LaFollete Progressive Re
publican and favor the Prohibition
Law and Woman's Sufferage.
Sincerely yours.
A. J. Huso.
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the Republic in nominution
as County Superintendent of Schools
at the June primaries.
Geo. F. Newton.
To the Voters of Steele County:
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the Republican Nomination
for re-election to the office of Register
of Deeds, and respectfully solicit your
support and vote at the Primary Elec
tion to be held June 26th, 1912.
O. H. OLSON.
REGISTER OF DEEDS
To the Voters of Steele County:
I hereby announce my candidacy for
the Republican nomination for the
office of Register of Deeds, subject to
the deoision of the voters at the June
primary.
I respectfully ask your considera
tion and support. Yours sincerely,
Gustave H. Gilberston.
To the voters of Steele' and Griggs
Counties.
I hereby announce my candidacy on
the Republican ticket for Representa
tive from the Sixteenth Legislative
District and respectfully solicit your
support at the June primaries.
I am a progressive, believe in Pro
hibition, woman suffrage and all re
form measures noir confronting the
American voter.
C. R. PALFREY,
Hope,~N. D.
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