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She Ibope OMoneer HOPt. ft Thursday. June C, 1912 NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. J. BOWEN, Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION ATI'S Pei Year, In advance Months .so iiinterect at the posi office :it Hop*. North lift ot a. a* second class matter. To insure insertion, all advertise-' nents and pay locals must reach our ffice on or before Wednesday noon tf each week. All notices of entertainments of my nature at which admission is •,barged K'IvtJ" by local organizations ire chit rged al the rate of five cents .»ei' line uei insertion. Memorial Day. Altho the morning promised a rail- day last Thursday everyone was disappointed before noon when the wind began to rise, blowing great clouds of dust, making a very unpleasant day jut of one that might have been very pleasant. In spite of the dust and wind a large crowd of oeople were in the city to attend the exercises. The program of bhe ciay was pulled off as adver tised. The procession, headed by the band, marched to the cemetary where the impressive ceremonies of the G. A. R, were read and the graves of those •jone before were decorated. The program at the hull at two o'clock was given befoi*e a packed ludience that appreciated every number given. The oration .*iven by the Rev. Moore was ex ceptionally strong and seemed "o fill each auditor with a patri tic spirit similiar to that that i)ust have filled the hearts of rhrt Boys of 62" when they an wo red their country's call to trms. As a fitting close for the day the Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. Church gave their annual home talent entertainment which was well received by a large ludience. The numbers were ill good and showed the results •f lianl work in preparation. Taken 11 in all, the day was a success and we sincerely hope hut ur city will always show as 'nuc'i interest and enthusiasm remfcinberance of those who fought, for tl'n-*ir country. It is but, a very small payment we •an make for their services. H. H. S. '12 The oiioni house was the scene tin' Eighth Annual Commence ment Exercises of Hope High School, last Friday evening. The Graduating Class, as promising a bunch of stiulentsas could be found anywhere, was made up ol the following members: L. Oath erine lione.v, lJres Katie J. Full mer, Vici-Pres., Ilarry Vad nie, Sec.v H. Fern Patterson, Treas Grover J. Holt, Fanny E. Ualdwin am! Harold A. Moores. The Salutatory, delivered by (•'aun.v E Baldwin was entitled Education in N»ilh Dakota" the: Class History and Statistics tnd the Will and Prophecy were given by the Misses Roney and Fullmer the Validictory fell to Grover J. Holt. Miss Patterson gave a piano solo and VI r. Vadnie a declamation. Mr. Moores was excused froin giving his decla mation Reply to Walpole". Every member had done hard and faithful work (yi their part of the program and each received hearty applause as he was pre sented with the diploma by Prof. W. L. Houseman. The music furnished by the High School Orchestra and Glee Club was very good and showed careful training of the musicians. Mrs. Cyrus Wheeler awarded the Woman's Club prizes as follows: Senior Class, Grover Holt, average, 84i%. Junior Class. John Cassell, average, 94 4-5%. Sophamore Class, Edna Shel don, average, 93%. Freshmen Class, Olga Lang age r, average, 93 %. Scholarships were awarded to Grover Holt and Fanny Baldwin, Following the exercises the class was entertained a the home of Mrs. Emma Pepper, where light refreshments were served. OBITUARY FRANK HILL Frank Hill died in Kilbourn May 18. Mr. Hill was down town the day before his death, in his nsual genial, happy nature, in apparent good health. Dur ing the night ha suffered an ap opletic stroke, and when called in the morning was found un conscious. Medical aid was at once summoned, but he remain ed unconscious during the day and until the end at four o'clock Saturday morning. His son George was summoned from Mason City, Iowa, and arrived two hours before his father died. Frank Hill was born in Ohio in 1838, and.died at the age of 74 years. He came to Portage in 1857, where he was for some time employed as foreman in railroad work, between Portage and Par deeville. He was also employed in Milwaukee for a. year on rail road work, and for some time, ran a flouring mill in Rock coun ty. He came to Kilbourn in 18 62 and for about three years was engaged in the flouring mill busi ness, and in 1864 went into the livery business. In 1863 he married Amelia Bunnell, of Ithica, New York. About 18 90 he sold the livery business to Campbell & Lands, and invested extensively in Dakota lands, operating a large farm, and hav ing a livery and sale stable at Hope, N. D., where he did a large business in buying and selling horses. He sold out his Dakota interests about six years ago, since then spending the time here, Ma?on City and Cali fornia. His wife died in 1902, and daughter Ida four years later. He had previously erect ed one of the finest residences in this section of the state, but after the death of his daughter his home was brok en up pnd lie sold .» residence Mr. Hill's life in lbourn was Attended by busii.ess success and universal popi hrity. He was always a leader in public affairs, prominent, active, and influential. His general, affable, generous nature won 11 esteem of the whole communit. old and young, and In his personality no man in Kilburn was n.ore af fectionately regarded. Funeral exercises were held in the G. A R. Hall Monday after noon, conducted by the Kilbourn Masonic lodge, of which he was member. The large audi torium was nearly filled, and but for a misunderstanding of the hour, the hall would not have nearly held those who desired to attend. There were present of the family from abroad, an only orother, Chas. Hill, and daught er, Mrs. Ruppright, of Dunkirk, Ohio: his son, George Hill and wife, of Mason City, Iowa: Mr. and Mrs. Bye Bunnell, Ripon: Mrs. R. Valentine, Mason City, Iowa. Mr. Hill leaves two sis ters, Mrs. Mary Allen of Os born, Kan., and Mrs. Mary Schwartz of Chinook, Kan. The interment was in the Kil bourn cemetary beside his wife and daughter.-- Kilbourn Weekly Events, Kilbourn, Wis. A Texas Ranger which is to appear In a Big Tent Saturday June 8 is not a noisy shooting show of blood and thunder but a play that holds and enthralls being more on the order of the "Squaw man" The great divide" and plays of that character, with a clean human, vivid, truthfully portrayed plot showing the picturesque customs of Indian life at home, on the trail, and in war fate. Flax Seed for Sale Premost Wilt Resisting, Min nesota No. 25 tf -, J. K. Joslyn School Election. There was quite a bit of excite ment in the city Tuesday fts a result of a warm fight for the election of three members for the Board of Education. The terms of Messers. Cole and Moores expired and a third va cancy was caused by the resig nation of Mr. Burner, who term does not expire for two years. After various consultations and caucuses three tickets were put in the field, 192 votes were cast and the results with the excep tion of a few scattering votes were as follows: For three year term: Mrs. E. D. Washburn 158 N. N. Lnnding 142 C. S Shippy 63 For two year term: 0. S. Moores 125 Mrs. D. J. Gumb 32 T. Kraahel 30 For Treasurer: Leo H. Smith 191 Farewell Party. A farewell party was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Ingison on Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. E. Sheldon and family. A splendid supper was served. The decorations were very artistic the color scheme being green and purple. The table was decorated with a train of violets and clover the place cards were also in the form of violets. Everything possible that was symbolic of farewell was served. Covers were laid for thirty. After the supper the evening was pleasantly spent in playing games and listening to vocal and instrumental music. Mrs Sheldon was presented with a beautiful cut glass bowl Every one went home wishing Mrs. Sheldon and family much joy in their new home. A. Guest. Bonding Election. An election was held Monday to vote on the question of issuing bonds to the amount of $6000 for the purpose of erecting a city hall and fire hall. There was pratically no opposition to the measure as the result of the election below shows. 1st Ward, For 16, Against, 4. 2nd ,l 18, 4. 3rd 29, 5. Total 63, 13. We are able to write Hail in su ranee NOW, and give the as sured the full protection of his policy through the entire season We quote you herewith for the season of 1912 in the event that crops are destroyed by hot winds or drouth between June 1st and June 15th-35% of premium, be tween June 15t,h 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 Pasturing I will take in pasture Horses or Cattle by the season or week 4t J. K. Joslyn. All Announcements Published Under This Head are Paid for at Le«al Kates. To the Voters of-Steele Cuintv: I hereby announce ray 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. D1 FOR REPRESENTATIVE To the voters of Grid's and Steele Counties: I hereby announce my desire to be returned to the Legislature from the IGth 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 myself as a can- Can you save five dollars per month? 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 yc-nr $127 77 Third year $197.54 Fourth year $271.57 Fifth year $350.11 Sixth year $433.43 Seventh year $521.82 Niprbth year $615.eO Nilieth 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 Jnne 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 atn a supporter of La Foll»»ue and Ruchnnan. My standard is: People's Rule and Christian Gov erriuunt for our tiny, for our children aini children's children. I respecti'i 1 ly solicit your votes. VY. LJ. NoiiTunop, Lu verne, N. I). FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1 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. W. Johnson, Colgale, N ik. FOR REPRESENTATIVE 1 hereby announce myself a candi date for Representative from the Kith 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 me competent to fill this office. R. L. JON S, Hannaford, 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 nomination 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 decision 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 Gritrirs 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 no* confronting the American voter. C. R. PALFREY, Hope, N. D.