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Ml Iyjfe3 0 :asi Mifi# ®S§: §i£® .$$'• Ti.'.', r\K' i' *t *v .~/V VOLUME 32. if Say How are you going to get a good square look at your- Hand Mirrors 65c TO $2.75 S-W Wamberg and Thompson HOPE, N. D. "SIBISpt" «k self if you dont have one of our French Bevel Plate 'a-i' ftbe LUVERNE Mrs. Harding visited Mrs. Lewis Law, .Wednesday. Mrs. Martin Carlson spent Monday with Mrs. Robert Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jacobson visited at the A. P. Pederson home Thursday. Miss Lillian Jenson was in Hope Tuesday having some dental work done, Mrs. Knut Thompson was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Law Thursday. Miss Ella Larsen departed Satur day for Valley City for the purpose of attending the May Festival. The Mesdames Martin Carlson and R. J. Jacobson were guests at the W. G. Sowden home at Baldwin Friday. James M. Jenson left for Fargo Tuesday where he goes to take the engineering course at the Agricultural College. The Friends of Mrs. Robert Jacob son will be sorry to know that she has had a relapse, but hope for her improvement. Chris Jenson and wife attended the party given in honor of R. R. Fisher at the home in Hope Tuesday. Tlte occasion being his birthday annivers ary. "It takes only a few minutes for a hail storm to destroy your crops— and it takes about the same length of time to insure them, but be sure to insure them before the storm comes. Call me on the phone if you can't come in today." A very interesting character in A Texas Ranger" which appears In a Big Tent next Saturday June 8th is William Valentine who plays the part of "Deerfoot" a young Indian chief. He is one of the few actors who make a study of Indian parts. In the last five years he has never played any part except Indian characters having appeared in as the chief in "The Squaw Man" as "Black Hawk" in Bunco in Arizona, and specially en gaged to create one of the leading parts in the new theatres production of the Indian. Mr. Valentine spends his summer vacation on the Sioux reservation where he studys the ways, mannerism's and customs of the red men. He also speaks four Indian tongues and this season will wear a genuine chiefs costume which was given to him by old chief Aeronino. BALDWIN NOTES Ida K. Nelson, Editress. Mrs. Dan Crowley visited with her sister Mrs. Naegle Friday. Mrs. Neil McKay and son Vern were Hope callers Saturday. The farmers are rejoicing over the prospects of good crops this year. Misses Anna and Ida Nelson were shopping in Luverne Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Naegle and children were in Luverne Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dan McKay and children of Fargo are spending a few days on the farm, Miss Anna Nolting spent Sunday at the honae of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Correspondence J. D. Foley. Agent Some of our ball boys are suffering some quite serious injuries but they still keep on. Mesdames Carlson and Jacobson visited with Mrs. Will Sowden Fri day afternoon. Miss Martha Erickson of Hope is spending a few days with her sister Mrs. A. K. Algo. Miss Katy McKay and brother George and Verne visited at the Nel son home Sunday. Miss Clara Badger visited with the Misses Anna and Ida Nelson Satur day evening and Sunday. Miss Belle Livingston's school closed on Monday, "At the close of a nine months term, who wouldn't en joy a vacation? "If you are too busy to come in and take out your hail insurance, call The Pioneer State Bank, we will do the rest. J. D. Foley, Agent." The ball game at Pillsbury was very well attended last Thursday. The game was very interesting altho ~h p* Pillsbury was defeated. Score 3 to 8 in Colgate's favor. Miss Ella Carlson was a passenger for Fargo Saturday evening return ing Tuesday morning accompanied by her sister Mable who has been attend ing the Agricultural College there. The report in the paper two weeks ago, of the Red and Blue Button Contest being organized at Sunday School that Sunday, was a mistake, but it was organized last Sunday with ICaty McKay for captain of the Blue Button side and Belle Livingston as captain for the red. Those who attended the Community Club at Luverne Friday evening had a very pleasant time. The program proved real interesting, after which re freshments were served, The next meeting will be held some time during the last week in June. One of the in teresting numbers on the program will be the discussion of the following question. "Which qualities in young men do young ladies most admire?" When your child has whooping cough be careful to keep the cough loose and expectoration easy by giv ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as may be required. This remedy will also liquify the tough mucus and make it easier to expectorate. has been used successfully in many epidemics and is safe and sure. For sale by all dealers. PILLSBURY Fred Keyes expects to have liis family here this week. L. B. Smith and family spent Dec oration day with friends in Page. C. E. Fothergill was a business cal ler in Hope Wednesday of last week. Mrs. M. A. Dorothy was a caller at the Homer Smith ..farm Friday of last week. The elevator hiis been delayed some what on account of lack of the proper material, Dont forget to say a good word for your home town and incedentally buy your goods there. Ross Thornton has been blasting out some trees that interfered with liis farming operations. A large number from this vicinity attended the dance at Matt Bakers' Saturday night. A good time is re ported. Farmers report that the high wind of Monday made the crops look almost as bad as though a hail storm ha,d struck them. Sunday was a bad day for the autoists, many of whom were caught out with their cars and had to fall back on the old stand by, the horse. Seymour Granger has moved the farm buildings occupied by M. Seal to the location just south of town. This is a benefit to Mr. Seal as it puts him almost in town. J. A. Horstad the local manager of Brudevald Bros, hardware store is away on his vacation. It is report ed that he will be married while away. IverBrudevold is attending to business in his absence. Last Thursday Pillsbury met defeat at the hands of the Colgate baseball team. On account of the high wind it could hardly be called a ball game, but we hope to get revenge at the next meeting. The score stood 3 to 8. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton drove to Erie Saturday where they were guests of Guy McGregon who has his railroad construction camp near that place. They were caught in the heavy rain and could not return until Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Casseli and Mrs. Geo. Smith of Hope and Miss Harriet Smith of Pillsbury autoed to Valley City Monday to attend the Sunday school convention at that place. Mrs. W. J. Smith and Roy went down Tuesday for the same pur pose. The ball team composed of boys north of town played the Luverne team near the Matt Baker home Sat urday evening. The game was not called until after seven o'clock and when they were forced to quit at the seventh inning on account of dark ness the score stood three to six in favor of Luverne. Better luck next time boys. Luck means rising at five o'clock in the morning, living on one dollar a AH sfppf 4^r^c ^^%?Mi- ^:t^ v* JR —I HOPE, STEELE COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, JUNE 6, 1912 day if you make two, minding your own business and not meddling with other people's. Luck means appoint ments you .have never failed to keep, and trains you have never failed to catch. Luck means trusting in God and your own resources. It is now well known that not more than one case of rheumatism in ten requires any internal treatment what ever. All that is needed is a free ap plication of Chamberlain's Liniment and massaging the parts at each ap plication. Try it and see how quick ly it will relieve the pain and soreness. Sold by all dealers. SHERBROOKE Will and Harry Devlin spent the dav in Sherbrooke Sunday. Herman Steinke was among the early callers in town Monday. Miss Nora Smith visited with her sister in East-'Sherbrooke Sunday. Osten Hanson was a caller at the Peter Waden farm Sunday afternoon. Miss Edna Moote was a guest cf Mrs. D. W. Vadnie nionday afternoon. Francis Baldwin returned home Friday and will visit here a short time. Miss Mildred Nash attended the ball game in town Saturday after noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Allen with Mr. and Mrs. Jaines Devlin were in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I'. J. Long and girls called on Sherbrooke folks Thursday afternoon. Wm. Barclay and Miss Clara Linn visited friends in Sharon Saturday and Sunday. D. W. Vadnie and wife attended the graduating exercises in Hope Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. .1. O. Collins and Mrs. Wm. (Joodno were business callers at Blabon Saturday. Supt Newton and Will Moore at tended the graduating exercises in Fiope Friday evening. Judge Moote took Mrs, Wilkins, Miss Cathrin 101 and Miss Nora Smith to Hope Friday by auto. Ilenning Olson and Carl Quamrne of Easton were in town Monday morning bringing three eub wolves for bounty. Treasurer Erickson went to May ville Monday returing home that eve ning with a brand new auto, the Ford. Marriage license were issued to Andrew ITarre of Ederidale Twp. and Miss Olga LJaugen of Portland Satur day. Mrs. Wilkins departed Friday for Ayr where she will make her home with her daughter and family this summer. Fanny and Gladys Baldwin are home for vacation, Miss Fanny was one of the graduates from High school at Hope. Lutheran services will lie conducted by llev. J. R. Korvik in the M. E. Clmrck next Sunday, June !Uh at II o'clock A. M. O. Il.Olson Norman and Esther ac companied by Miss Emma Williams attended the Memorial services at Hope Thursday. Miss Emma Williams visited with home folks in Golden Lake Twp. Sun Prr Tllf 1 1 &JttAV ^v ,-n *. day. Miss Esther was an invited guest with her. A horse belonging to A. C. Ander son of Green view Twp. was killed by lightning daring the rain and thunder storm last Sunday. Harry Vadnie having finished school at Hope returned to Sher brooke Monday and will spend the summer with home folks. A circut meeting will be held in the Bangs Church, June 11-12-13, a large number of Ministers and visitors are expected to be present." Mr. and Mrs. Moote and Edna ac ompanied by Mr. and Mrs. T. G. An derson autoed to Hope Thursday to attend Memorial exercises. Attorney J. M. Johnson and. A. K. Johnson of Sharon transacted busi ness in probate Court Friday. Mr. Skatsdammen autoed over with them. O A. Olson and Peter Weden auto ed over to Blabon Saturday to take the ball team where a game was play ed between Sherbrooke and Blabon the score being I to 11. Andrew Salberg of Mayville was a caller at the Erickson home Sunday, lie came over in a new Ford touring car and was accompanied by N. C. Lunde and children of Primrose Twp. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Oxton and boys autoed over from Finley Satur day to see the ball game and gave a merry auto ride in his new Ford, for Mrs. Newton, Mrs. Vadnie, Miss Ely and Miss Mildred Nash, which was much appreciated. The Town board of Easton Town ship were out inspecting the roads of the township Monday in order to in struct the road overseers. This is a very commendable method and ought to be followed by all the township supervisors in the County. Real Estate Transfers The following real estate transfers were tiled in the Register of Deeds olliee during the month of May: Knudt A. Johnson Adm. to William Bjerke Adm. D. to S of NE 27 & NW & SW sec. 20-148-55. *12000.00. Gunder Howard & Wife to Gustav lljerke yCD to Sli i- see. 20-148-5511.00 State of North Dakota to Eva R. Melhuish Patent to SWJ sec 10-140 54 The Hope National Bank to Charles A. Vadnie WD to NEi sec. 28-145-55 *3448. R. J. Ball and wife to J. W. Stand bury W. D. to NJ sec. 8-145-50 $5000. J. E. Williams to Nancy A. Wil liams QCD to Lots 13-14 Blk 35 Hope $1.00. Edward O. Anderson and Geo. V. Erickson to A. H. Nelson and Jacob Nelson VV. D. to Lot 5 Blk. 25 Finley $3500. H. A. Steenson and wife to Mina Sund W. D. to N 50ft of Lots 7-8 1st add. to Finley $500. S. G. Bistland and wife to John E. Qualey W. D. to Lots 10-11 Blk 4 1st add Finley $2500. Dwight Farm and Land Co. to Toiriena Anderson W. D. to Loti 3-4 5 Blk. 9 Finley $100. The Luverne Land Co. to Luverne Stale Bank W D. to Lot 11 Blk. 7 Luverne $400. In a Big Tent HOPE, SAT. JUNE 8 West Bros. Railroad Show Texas Ranger ja&viA&Sifc £$!$ ^mm ~t*x Cowboys, Soldiers,Mexicans, OLL 111L Rangers, Indians, Cowboy Girls WA TCHFOR THE COWBOY BAND NOT UNTIL SA TURD AXIX&* The Flower of Capitalism A money-lender was telling his wife of a new scheme he had to make money. "Wife," he said, "I have anew way to make money fast." "What is it?" asked his wife. "When a man comes to me to borrow some money, say on a team of mules, I will say 'Look here, mister, I will loan you $300 on them mules for ten years at 10 per cent interest per annum and you give me a mortgage on the mules.' When I have the mortgage written out and signed I will count out the money, $300, and lay it on the table. Then I will say that business rules re quire that I collect my interest in advance. He will agree with me that it is the common usage, so I reach over and take the mortgage. Then I figure up that the interest on $300 for ten years is $300, so I put the cash back in my pocket. Then I Say: Since I have loaned you $300 and you have paid me the interest, you have no money to raise a crop so you can pay me my principal, I am afraid to let you keep the mules for fear I will not get back my principal, so I will just foreclose on the mortg age now and take your mules.— Ex. Read the Hope Pioneer. Notice Notice is hereby given that the re gular June 1912 term of the District Court, Third Judicial District, for Steele County North Dakota, has been adjourned to June 27th, 1912 at ten o'clock A. M. 'iimm '^w No. 11 '/a li D. W. VADNIE, Clerk of the District Court ia U-2t and for Steele Co. N. D. Land Congregation There will be services in the Lund Church Sunday June 16th 2:30 P. M. You are cordially invited to attend! The ladies' aid of the Lund church will have a social at the Al. Sanden place June 22. There will be served dinner and a good program will be cared for. CHURCH NOTES. Congregational. S. Hitchcock, Pastor. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sunday school, 12 m. Evening service, 8:00 p. in. C. E., Tuesday evenings. Methodist. Homer H. Moore, Pastor. Preaching 11 a. m. Sunday school 12 m. Epworth League 7:15 p. m. Preaching 8:00 p. m. A JUNE 8 i. ft Vi vj- 41 *i SH i-'.'.vVS J- 1FT V*.