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m, ,7 \/X k-% 1 I II 1 1 ill x' j. n« Kjs'v •M\ r~-pi P, 5#'" jfe M' W f:' It^ & iw j' 11 tfrA'v ?he Stability of OUR BANK $ and our willingness to co-operate with our patrons in the development of their business should have your consideration and attention. You can "bank" on our willingness and ability to assist you in every way consistent with safe, sound banking. Whether your ac count be large or small we appreciate your patronage. We will be pleased to have YOU open an account with us. First National Bank O of Hope, North Dakota FORD The Universal Car $655.45 $580.45 5 Passenger 2 Passenger Of the three languages do you speak English, Base ball, or Motor? Two thirds of the Motoring World talk FORD. Every Ford Owner is a Ford Fan. There is no other car like the Ford. Its lightest, rightest, most economical. Call and see the 1913 Model. We have Goodrich Tires to fit your car always in stock. FULLER LAND CO. ED. W. HANSON Dealer In Paints,. Oils, Brushes, Glass Coal and BUILDING MATERIAL of all Kinds Order your Stationery Now. Automobiles Overland $985 & $1475 Rambler $1875 Cross Country The Seal Automobiles in their respective classes. TWINE Deering Brand. Every ball guaranteed as to length, strength and year of manufacture. Something you don't get on other twines. See this Twine. i-ft-'r) Hope and Luverne N. D. mmm mum 3he f)ope JMoneer HOPE, HI Thursday, June 26 1913 NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. L. ,T. Bow ION, O O Editor and Manager N.D.PA SVHSCRIPTION NATES: Per Year, In advance Six Months Ml.50 .75 Rntereil at the post office at Hope. North (ota. as second class matter. ra VW 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. PRESS MEETING. We went to Grand Porks last Thursday and attended the Press Meetings on Friday and Satur day, returning home Monday. Representative editors from all over the state were there and all enjoyed a splendid time. The a of a Porks and the local newspaper men provided everything in the way of entertainment that could be desired. Having the most beautiful parks in the state, Grand Porks i^ well equipped to take care of any large gathering in the summer time. A great deal of important business was transacted at the meetings the first day and the second day was devoted to having a good time. A sumptuous banquet was served at the University Com mons Friday evening and was followed by a dancing party in the gymnasium. A picnic din ner at Lincoln Park following an automobile ride around the city was the opening of Saturday's program. This was followed by the ball game, which the editors won, 9 to 0, and the field sports. A theatre paaty at the Grand and the dedication of the Win ship Statue filled the evening hours. Grand Porks is unquestionab ly an ideal city and the residents are glad of an opportunity to show you its advantages. Mr. Bartholomew as "Mine Host" at the Fredrick Hotel is entitled to a word of commenda tion in making the convention a success. Can't Keep It Secret. The splendid work of Cham berlain's Tablets is daily becom ing more widely known. No such grand remedy for stomach and liver troubles has ever been known. For sale by all dealers Threshers and Gas Tractors Avery, Twin City, Hart-Parr, Nichols & Sheppard Gasoline, Kerosene or Steam Engines Standard cylinder or big cylinder Threshers The Famous "Saginaw" It can't colapse, patented angle supports it. Special inducements for orders prior to June 20th. nt Co. jiii* ALL-NATION TEAM I TAKES TWO Hope Losese both Games to fast Road Aggrega tion. Mendez Great Pitcher. The All-Nations arrived here Monday morning according to schedule and the base%ball fans were treated to some fast base ball. The first game was a'close one and was nobody's- game un til the last man was out. Both teams had a batting rally in the eighth inning but the Nations got the best of it. In spite of the high wind that was blowing, a good sized crowd was in attendance. Following is the box score: Livermore 2b Knoblauch cf E. Milligan s. Miller rf Ehrsd 3b McLean If Moores lb Parris Steinke HOPE AB PO A SB E 5 0 0 2 5 0 0 1 1 4 0 2 1 2 1 6 0 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 4 0 0 14 1 0 2 3 0 1 4 0 0 0 4 0 1 1 3 0 0 4 3 4 3 Totals 33 5 6 27 17 4 6 ALL NATIONS AB PO A SB E a 4 0 0 2 2 0 1 Walla 3b 4 2 1 .0 4 0 0 Mendez ss 4 2 3 3 3 0 1 Donaldson cf 5124001 Dunbar lb 5 1 2 12 0 0 I Oasatanier 5005100 S 2 4 1 1 1 1 0 0 Naito rf 4000000 Skaggs If 4 1 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 39 8 10 27 11 0 4 2 base hits: Walla, Mendec,Donald son, Dunbar, Miller. Left on bases: Nations 6 Hope 7. Passes by Steinke 1 by Blatnier 3. Hit batsmen: Blat nier 1, Steinke 1. Time 1 hr. 4o min. Umpire, Warner. All Nat's 00101005 1—8 Hope 00010004 0—5 SECOND GAME. The second game of the series was called at 6:30. Palfrey was in the box for Hope and Mendez for the Nations. He pitched air tight ball and at no time was there any chance for Hope- The All Nations made their five runs as follows: First inning, Blat nier walked and went to second on Walla's sacrifice, stole third Mendez walked, stole second and both scored on Reeves' sin gal. In the third inning, Skaggs was hit by a pitched ball and scored when Castiner doubled to left center. In the fourth in ning Blatiner doubled to right center and went to third on Wal la's out. Reeves came to bat and placed a single which scored Blatiner. This ended the scor ing. Eh red and Miller were the only men on the Hope team that succeeded in securing hits off Mendez and both men died on bases. Following is the score by in nings: E Hope 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—0 2 A N at 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 5 6 NOTES ON THE GAMES By Jeff. Well, they have gone! We got it twice in the same place. Steinke was hit hard in the eighth inning, six hits and five runs. Three doubles, three sin gles and one error doing the business. Milligan had his eye, two hits in three times at bat. Mendez was the fielding and hitting star for the All-Nations three hits in four times up. Palfrey was wild in the second game. Mendez is some pitcher. Ask finy of the team. He allowed only two hits. Moores did some great swin ing in the fifth when he came bat. UlilMllrtaidtililkl ilAlliVllii I iV il •kLlt-. v\, to Warner did the umpiring good style, no kicks being regis tered. in ee Ice Cream, Sundas, and Ic Cream Soda at Wamberg'sDrug Store. & I^IIT .. MISS JOSLYN BEST SCHOLAR MitSfc Edna Joslyn of this city holds the honor of being the best scholar in the 1913 Class of the University of North Dakota. It was announced at the Com mence ment Exercises that Miss Dick son had been awarded the Gansl scholarship honor, later investi gation showed that the honor should have gone to Miss Edna Joslyn, and it will be her name which will be engraved on the cup. The honor is awarded to that member of the graduating class in the arts depatment or school of education having the highest average during his or her complete college course. Miss Dickson had the highest average for the arts departnent, but it was found that Miss Jos lyn of the school of education ranked higher. The discovery was made first by Miss Dickson who at once notified the the reg trar's office and after investiga tion pi'oved the error, the change was made. It is seldom that such an op portunity as that offered by the combination of Gollmar Bros. America's Greatest Shows with Herr Driesbock's entire collec tion of wonderfully trained wild animals is afforded of seeing two big shows for one price of ad mission. Herr Driesbock's marvously trained animals, consisting of elephants, lions, bears, etc., are now being exhibited as a part of the circus program. In a large steel arena which is erected on an elevated stage between No. 1 and No. 2 rings, Miss Marguer ite Driesbock, a beautiful little lady of seventeen, presents a thrilling and sensational exhibi tion with seven ferocious forest bred lions. Another act of the famous Driesbock collection is the troupe of performing Siber ian bears and Russian wolf hounds in the same arena at the same time. In addition to the Driesbock collection of animals, Gollmar Bros, are presenting their own magnificent menagerie including Lotus, the finest and largest hippopotamus in captivi ty. Emory Styles, superinten dent of Gollmar Brothers' big managerie, is presenting, in ring No. 1 of the circus this year, Gollmar Brothers' famous $50, 000 herd of performing ele phants. This is conceded to be the best trained herd of ele phants ever exhibited. At the same time in ring No. 2 the Driesbock performing elephants are exhibited by Mr. Ed. Court land.—Adv. To Rent. Rooms for light house keeping Inquire at Pioneer Office. *1^ HZ, Vi! WP*3PW«I ,- ,„V KHI the Bugs Get after them when they first appear. Give them a dose of Paris Green. It is sure to kill them. We sell the old reliable Sherwin-Williams Paris Green Guaranteed to be the best on the market and if you use it in time it will surely save your potatoes. Buy it now and have it on hand when the bugs come. You want the best we have it. Wamberg's Drug Store HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA «*"i't-^::'r-»S.i^vRS'jM» 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 everyday Fancy Bread, Rolls and Pastry AwonoaiLL 8^ ^UfPLiE.^ 1 Paint your Lamps and Radiator —with— ARCO ENAMEL When properly applied it is absolutely fireproof. 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