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S. SMppy. SWi'ft.«« ,. $.' ,vAt»oriioy-At-Law \..v,. Notary Public HOPE. N.DAK Dr. J. Q. Abbott, .V- Physician and Surgeon OFFICE OVER FIRST NAT'L, BANK ^y, Office Phone No. 189 :rT.'"•"•Residence No. 161 DR. C. B. HARWOOD PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office in Philip's Block Telephone Office 87 Residence 117 DR. H. G. FISH Physician and Surgeon Telephone Connections Office second floor of WOODWARD BLOCK, HOPE, N. D. Office hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. OSCAR ANDERSOJS A IN E A N E O A 0 Three Doors West of Post Office Hope, N. Dak. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE T«OS MARKS DESIGNS COT-VRIC.HTS &C. Anvone sending a Hkelrti mid doscrlpMrm IIJR. quickly oaocrtMiu Oiir opinion free whether Hi. Hiventhm is probably p»iemnbl«i. Ciirmmuih'a tionsatrioiiyflomlcienflHl. HANDBOOK on l*ntema sent free. oldest ngeucjr for semiring |ut*nta. Patents tuUen through Mwnn Jfc Co. recetr* tpteial notice, without cbnrge, lu the Scientific American. A handsomely lllimtrnted wopfcW. I.nnrest cir culation imy aciciitilic journal. Terms, |3 a rear: four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers 361 Broadway, Braucb Offlce7S2& 8U WaahtOKtoh. S I. W. STANDLEY J? AUCTIONEER, HOPE N. D. i|jj (18 years' experece .) fji ft iff Sales made anywhere. ft Write or phone me at Jr. my expense for dates. $ ib All details attended to ft in arranging your sale. $ Qet All The News FOR S3 A YEAR. The Hope Pioneer, Regular Price $1.50 a year, KT«S JM aM the local news a t*Bs what happens aM aver the •oae ooaftty as reported tor e«r •postal oorreepoadeats. Mcc«r sad better than ever. The Minneapolis Daily News rcsular pRioa mm a ykaa. SHIP GRAIN TO US We are in a position to handle to the bait advantage consign ment! of CLUB, ORAIL, TURKEY. DURUM, BLUE STEM, AND FIFE WHEATS CHEVALIER AND BIX ROW BARLEY FLAX, OATS «NO RYE. SEND US SAMPLES ^TURLE & COMPANY GRAIN COMMISSION MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH rr~ *1 DOQ SAVES BOY, IS KILLED Canlna Drags Child From In Front o1 Auto, but l« Crushed to Death. Cincinnati.—To save tve-year-old The boy was near the him his master, Clarence Whitney, the youngster's pet life under the dog gave up bis own wheels of an automobile. crossing Madison road home of Senator Foraker, and did not see driven an automobile by Miss Margaret Payne, of Carlisle avenue, rapidly ap proaching. The dog seized his mas ter by the trousers and tried to drag out of the path of danger. The machine was so was a close that the animal unable to get the child entirely »ut ot the road. The lad was struck glancing blow that knocked him flown, but did not cause any serious Injury. The dog was caught under the wheels and crushed to death. raut-ricklng Ala. 1 Place pecans in a pan, and pour boiling water over them let them stay for a while, then crack. The meat? caa be easily removed from the shells. BOLT TRACES TREE ON MAN Lightning Klllfr Two In New York—i Freak Lightning Draws Ploture on Vlotlm's Baok. New York.—Five deaths, two 6 Head Work Horses 6 1\ Gray Gelding wt. 1300 1 Gray Gelding weight 13Q0 1 Brown Gelding weight 1400 1 Bay Gelding weight 1350 WILLIAM'S HORSES 1 Black Mare weight 1 Black Gelding weight 2 Cows, one to be fresh in Febr. 1 Calf 4 months old I. W. STANDLEY VJ AUCTIONEER, HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA as a result of lightning, and numerous pros* tratlons were the tolls claimed her* by the excessive heat. The two men killed by lightning had sought relief from the heat under a tree in the Bronx when a bolt demolished the tree and caused instant death to the men. The clothing was torn from the back of one of the victims and a pic ture of the tree under which he was killed traced on his back. Two other men and a six-months-old lnfant oom plete the list of dead. Rest in Solitude. The first requisite in resting Is to be alone. Every human being is more or less of an irritation. One must get away to his room or to the woods. As near as possible one must secure soli tude and silence for it is in the heart of what shallow people call loneliness that there is found the fountain of re freshment and a new birth of Joy life. In 1350 1300 Formation of Diamonds. Vol Bolton thinks that diamonds were formed in nature by the action of metal vapors, such as iron or magne sium, on carbon dioxide. He has sue eeded in making microscopic dia monds by the action of mercury vapor on carbon. The undersigned will sell at Public Auction on his farm 4 miles south of Hope, S.<p></p>Sat. C. F. FERELL, Prop. Prompt and Accurate Service Garden plowing given special attention. Calls attended promptly, and goods removed jf without risk or injury. a Your business solicited. HOPE, Nor1:h Dakota E. 1-4 Section 24, Carpenter Township on beginning at one o'clock P. M. the following described property 6 Pigs almost six months old 1 Sow, weight 250 15 Rhode Island Red Chickens 65 Good Chickens 2 Sets Work Harness 1 Single Driving Harness 1 Lumber Wagon 1 Set Trucks 1 Single Buggy 1 Riding Cultivator 1 Drill, almost new 1 Four-horse Drag Tprmc Of George The Most Original Authors. The most original modern authors are not so because they advance what Is new, but simply because they know how to put what they have to say as if It had never been said before.— Ooethe. October 12 1 Bob-sled sums of •••O oulC* sums over ten dollars bankable paper will be accepted, due September 1st, 1913, drawing 8 per cent interest. 5 per cent dis count for cash on all sums over $10.00. ALL PURCHASES MUST BE SETTL ED FOR ON DAY OF SALE. No exceptions will be made to this rule and nothing canbe removed from the premises until settlement is made in full with the clerk. IE Small farm tools to numerous to mention. House-hold Goods. Some Good Fence Posts 30 Tons Wheat Hay Also the following belonging to Albert Williams. One Set Light work Harness One Set Driving Harness One Single Buggy Story, ten dollars or under, CASH. On F. IV. LANG, Clerk THE COMFORTABLE WAV. Going Daily except 1 Goinf East Sunday West 8:10 p. Fargo 6:26 it. TO. 7:15 ..Casselton 7:40 6:13 II 5:54 1 Prop. ii 6:35 4 Ayr 8:28 (1 Page ... .. 8:48 .. Colgate.. .. 9:01 5-42 Hope... .. 9:17 1 2:30 Aneta .10:25 2:15 Devils Lake 12:35 (f Close connections at Fargo for St. Paul and Minneapolis A. G. FICK, Agent JTope, N.JDg-k.