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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 of Hope, North Dakota Bargains! We have bargains in Steele coun ty Land and City Property. $ $ We write all kinds of Insurance in the best companies. We carry a complete stock of Automobile Tires, also Prest-olite tanks for Sale or Exchange. 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 Rtunbler Cr°ss country $1875 The Real Automobiles in their respective classes. W I N E Deering Brand. Every ball guaranteed as to length, strength and year of manufacture. Something you don't get on other twines. See this Twine. We solicit your trade on the above special lines, in each class the best the market affords. Don forget however that we sell "Everything in Farm Machinery" also harness. Our Lu verne house carries a complete line of Hardware. See the Hope Implement Co. before buying. Implement Hope and Luuerne IN. D. 1bope pioneer HOPE, N Thursday, Aug. 7. 1913. NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. L. J. BOWEN, Editor and Manager N.D.RA. SVHSCHIPTtOK HATKS: Per Tear, In adrancc Ml. fO S Ix 75 ftntereit at the post office at Hope. North Ha (ota,as second class matter. _JT To insure insertion, all advertise ments and pay locals must reach our offlqe on or before Wednesday noon of each week. ttaT 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. According to the law that went into effect on the 1st day of July, 1918, each township, city and vil lage in the county must care for and support all paupers or in digents within their respective boundaries. After that date the board of county commissioners are not to pay any person for care or support of county poor or to pay for supplies, etc., fur nished to paupers, as the super vision of all persons entitled to aid under the maintenance of paupers is under the jurisdiction of the local board of supervisors in townships, board of trustees in villages and councils in cities and consequently application for aid must be made to local athor ities. This law also applies to parties now receiving aid from the county. The new law also provides that the state board of control shall furnish the forms of blanks for all purposes in con nection with support for the poor.—Hillsboro Banner. Editor Totten, of the Bowman Citizen, seems to be having full dose of the joys of an edito He was recently served with papers of another suit of libel brought by J. E. Phelan, the po litical boss of Bowman county This is the fourth suit brought by this man against Totten as the outgrowth of a very violent political campaign last year. Ed itor Totten was formerly in the ministry but felt that he could have a larger congregation by going into the newspaper field and since that time has been doing great work in exposing rotten conditions and waking people up to the need of reform FOR SALE—One Threshers and Gas Tractors Avery, Twin City, Hart-Parr, Nichols & Sheppard Gasoline, Kerosene or Steam Engines Standard cylinder or big cylinder Threshers SILOS The Famous "Saginaw" It can't colapse, patented angle supports it. Special inducements for orders prior to June 20th. r. Bush Gerts piano, cost new $450. first class condition. MCLAUGHLIN and In Jeweier and Optican MAN KILLED BY FALL Tom Doyle, of Chicago, Dies as Result of Pall from Windmill Tower. A farm hand, who is supposed to be Tem Doyle, of Chicago, was killed at the Pat Doran farm Monday by falling from the tower of the windmill. Two of the neighbors had come to the farm for water and as the wing was not blowing it was necessary for someone to go up on the tower and turn the fan around. Doyle volunteered and started to climb up. When about twenty-five feet from the ground one of the steps pulled out and he~ went over backwards, striking his head first on the pump house and then landing on his head and shoulders on the ground. He died in twenty minutes before medical assistance could reach iiim. Efforts were made to find out who the man was but nothing could be learned except that he was suposed to be Tom Doyle, of Chicago. He was a man abont 5 ft. 7 1-2 inches tall, weighed 140 lbs. Dark brown hair and eyes, prominent nose, smooth face and apparently 28 or 24 years old. He was identified by Hugo Gun kle for whom he wdrked two years ago. The body was prepared for burial by Undertaker Washburn and laid to rest with suitable ceremony in the Potter's Field of the Hope Cemetery, Rev, Moore reading the service. At The Bijou The management of the Bijou theatre will offer to its patrons, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 8th and 9th, the best attraction of the season: "The Adopted Child" Pathe, Two Reels. A story pertaining to every day life, instructive and enter taining. "The Little Sheriff" Essanay A powerful drama of the west. "At the Eleventh Hour" Vitigraph This must be' seen to be ap preciated. We are reliably in formed that there is no better attraction being offered to the public. SPECIAL MUSIC Doors open at 7:30 p. m. No change in price of admission COME 10 and 20c $25.00 REWARD, Mr. Peter Brown, propriator of the Star Meat Market of this city, says that he will pay a re ward of $25^00 cash to any per son who can prove that his home rendered lard is not absolutely pure lard. A few days ago a rumor was afloat that the lard he was sell ing was not good. At this time of the year it frequently happens that lard spoils because people do not know how to keep it, and Mr. Brown advises everyone us ing pure lard to keep it in a cool, dry place. If lard is kept in a warm place, frequently without a cover on, it will not take long for it to melt and soon become oily and rancid, thereby giving the impression to people who do not understand the keeping of lard that it was unfit for use when bought. Treat your lard like other food stuff and save yourself annoyance.—Adv. Of course times may be close and the outlook discouraging, but a country that spends over $300,000,000 in attendance upon moving picture shows isn't on tbe verge of bankruptcy. When you have made an ap pointment with the dentist, think up some pleasant things to say that you may allay his nervous ness. Keeps J? OT CMMMMb MHRMMb WONMBAL WNCXMIM. qmmtwF flUBKMKAL Prices Egg Shellac Fresh Eggs The best egg preservative made To each part of Egg Shellac add ten parts of clear water. Put the Eggs in a jar or other clean re cepticle and pour mixture over them. Be sure to use only good fresh eggs. Pint 25c Quart 50c Wamberg's Drug Store HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA I stove that Is always ready! A stove that makes no smokis, smell, ashes! safe stove! An economical stove I A clean stove! A. stove that requires no skill to oper ate It! A stove which has revolutionlsej) "cooking," and has transformed the drudgery ~of the kitchen work into a pleasant pastime. A "Quick Meal" Stove will do any and all work tlat can be done on a wood or coal stove, only with the differ ence that the "Quick Meal?' ddtill quicker, cheaper and in a more agrMr 6ble and reliable on Cabinet Ranges $27.00 to $36.00: KING SMITH, Hope, CLOSING UP THE GAPS We've been closing up the gaps in our business meth ods, so that we can serve the public more successfully than ever before. We have made a success of Selling Lumber Our citizens should take pride in their homes. The word "home" next to that of "mother" is the greatest ever uttered by human tongue. What a refuge the home is when darkness gathers. How glad one is.to get a glimpse of home when time and space have separated him from it only for a period. There seems to be a ri valry here in an effort to make "our home" look a little neater and thus he more inviting to the occupants than all others. Such rivalry is certainly pardonable. but we ai-e not satisfied with that. If you will get our prices we will save you money and increase our business at the same time. State Lumber Co. Prices Right Quality Right C. S. EGAN, Local Agent Fresh Costly Treatment "I was troubled with consti pation and indigestion and spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and treatment," writes C. H. Hines, of Whitlow, Ark. "I went to a St. Louis hospital, also to a hospital in New Orleans, but no cure was effected. On return ing home I began taking Cham berlain's Tablets, aud worked rifrht along. I used them for so.me time and am now all right. For sale by all dealers.—AdY.