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The REXALL Store.
A- money reserve in bask: Total coin and cer tificates,.. Legal-tender notes Redemption fund with U, S. Treas urer (not more than 5 per cent on 'circulation) SCHOOL SUPPLIES [No. 5895. Report of the Condition of THE HOPE NATIONAL BANK it Hope In the State or North Dakota at the ciose of business Sept. 2, 1916. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts Overdrafts unseoured. U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation, [par value] Current expenses, Interest and taxes paid 81,9*9 45 Less undivided profits i,3S3 3i Securities other than U. S. Bonds (not Including stocks) owned unpledged Subscription to the stock Federal Re serve Bank $3,000 00 Less amount unpaid 1,800 00 Banking houoe Furniture and fixtures.. OtnerCreal estate owned.,. Due from Federal Reserve Bank Due from approved reserve agents In New Parents will this year find our store a big relief from the usual worry of supplying their children's School Day needs, Our new stock, just received, embraces everything required for children in all the grades, city or country. And The Prices Are Right. WAMBERG'S £193.899 47' 72 42 .ongo and St.Louis 225 51 Due from approved reserve agents in other reserve Cities 4,764 18 Dae from banks and bank ers (other than above)... Cfcecka on banks in the tame oltjr or town a* ze- RPrtlngbank Oattode oheoka and oath Items, tseo-81other tional ourrenoy, niekles and oents, 149 66 Notts of other national 50.000 00 616 14 5.244 S2 1,800 00 7.445 80 2.844 11 15,258 07 1,000 00 4,216 SO 500 00 1.200 00 Total $294,494 54 LIABILITIES, Capital stock paid in £50,000 00 Surplus fund, 10,000 00 Total capital and sur plus Circulating notes Due to banks and bankers (other than above) DEMAND DEPOSITS £60,000 00 50,000 00 Individual deposits subject to check 836,743 96 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days Cashier's checks outstand ing 8,063 19 TUB DEPOSITS Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days Rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank .... Bills payable, Including ob llgatlons representing money borrowed 6,148 78 51,434 64 78.476 55 22,583 35 32,000 00 Total $294,494 64 State ot North Dakota, 88. County of Steele 1, Geo. A. Warner, Cashier ol the above oam ed bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment la true to the best of my knowledge and belief. GEO. A. WARNER, cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of September. 1915. C. W. MOOBES, I SEAL] Notary Public, Correct Attest C, S. Moored W. E. Elliott fDireetora J.D.Foley [No. 868] Report of th» Condition of THE COLGATE STATE BANK atColgate, in the State of North Dakota, at the clot# of business, Sept. 2nd 1916. BKSOBBCES, Loans and discounts: Overdrafts, seoured and unsecured Warrants, etooks, tax certificates claims etc Banking boose, furniture and fix tures Other real estate Current expenses- taxes said, ove, undivided prof its Due from other banks £10,964 82 Checks and other cash Items 6 79 Cash 2,807 06 Total DRUG STORE 266,692 29 13 82 997 86 4,800 00 1,531 88 18 267 16 877,886 40 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Indiv. deposits subject.. to oheok. 816,627 4e Demand certificates ol de posit 661 83 Tune certificates of de posit 40,609 14 Due to other banks 48 47 Bills parable 510,000 00 2,000 00 67,886 40 8,000 00 Total $77,886 40 STATS OP NORTH DAKOTA, I County of Steele. ss. I, H. P. Rice, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and be lief. H. P. RIOB, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before ma this 8th day of September, 1816. ELLA SQHRBUD, (Seel) Notary Public. Correct. Attest: J. D. Brown, M-B-CasseU, ^Directors. HOPE, NO. DAK. [No, 5893]. Report of the Condition of FIRST at Hope, In the State ot North Dakota, at the close of business, Sept. 2nd 1916 BESOUROES. Loan-, and discounts '.$287,284 43 0. S. Bonds deposited to secure cir culation [par value] 50,000 00 Current expenses, interest and taxes paid 83,720 15 Less undivided pro&ts 3,464 22 256 98 Hubsoriptlon to stock of Federal Reserve Bank $8,600 00 Less amount unpaid 1,800 00 81,800 00 All other Stocks, including premiums on same 480 00 2,280 00 Banking house, 9,000 00 Furniture and fixtures 8,000 00 Other Real Estate owned 26.N6 14 Due from Federal Reserve Bank 2,741 79 Due from approved reserve agents In New York. Chi 3,822 41 York, Chi- 4,989 69 1,663 40 cago and St- Louis 3.742 66 Due from approved reserve agents In other reserve cities 6,007 88 Outside checks and other cash items, 1,116 64 fractional currency, niek les and cents,.'. 80 17 Notes of other national banks 2,240 oo Lawful- money reserve in bank: Total coin and cer tificates 8,192 80 Legal-tender notes 580 SO Redemption fund with U.S. "23 6B- frac Treasurer [not more than 6 per oent on olrculation]. Revenue Stamps..... 800 46 Total £888,761 44 LIABILITIES, Capital stook paid in S 60.000 00 Surplus fund. 10.000 00 Total Capital and Sur plus. ulai Circulating notes Due to banks and bankers 4,880 83 DEMAND DEPOSITS: Individual deposits sub eot to oheok (64,708 39 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days 16,998 03 Cashier's cheoks outstand ing 36 55 TIME DEPOSITS: 489 71 ieoeei 20.911 II 2,600 00 224 00 60,000 00 50,000 00 Certificates ot deposit due on or after 30 days 168,217 59 238,791 44 Bills payable, including ob ligations representing mo ney borrowed 10.000 00 Total 4353,791 44 State of North Dakota, I County oi Steele 1, F. W Ehred, Cashier ot the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best ot my knowlege and be lief. F. W. EHRED. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day of September, 1915. ELLA SONSTBTJD [SEAL] Notary Public Correct Attest: J. D. Brown 1 M, B. CasseU Directors J. F. Beckerjeckt [No. 545] Report of th« Condition of THE BLABON STATE BANK at Blabon. in the State of North Dakota, at the close ot business September 2nd, 1915. RESOUBOES Loans and dlsoounts $67,778 08 Overdrafts secured and unseoured. 493 91 Banking house furniture and fix tures 3.000 00 Items In Transit 116 46 Current expenses, taxes paid over undivided profits 940 60 Due from other banks 8 4,977 82 Cash 8,968 57 8,940 88 Total 181,270 28 LIABILITIES Capital stook paid in 810.000 00 Surplus Fund 2.000 00 Indiv. deposits sub] eot to oheok $21,702 13 Demand certificates of deposit Time certificates of de posit Bills payable 538 89 1,088 B0 41,334 80 64,270 28 6,000 00 Total 881,270 28 State of North Dakota, j. County ot Steele ss I, L- E, SELL, Cashier ot the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. L. E. SELL, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day ot September. I6i&, [SEAL] HARRY M. EHBED, Notary Public, Steele County, North Dakota. Correct Attest: J. D, ftown ^rareotors. Notici. My shop is now open every day from 7:00 A. M. to 7:00 M, I have a new stock of Sole Leather and am prepared to do all kinds of Shoe Repairing. 4tp. Adv. R. R. FSHSR. As We Heard Them I8MC8898CWM8M He wont be happy until be gets a "Tinkertoy." Frank Philip arrived Monday and will spend several weeks here. Watch for the new Reo demon strator about the 10th of Sep tember. THOS. MAJOR, Agent. Be 9ure and see the display of TINKERTOYS in the window of the Warner Building, You will want to see "Who's Who In Society" a four reel com edy drama at the Bijou Satur day evening. How about those magazines for summer reading? Leave your order at the Pioneer office. We duplicate any offer mane by a reliable agency. Keep in mind the Colt and Calf Show which will be held in Hope on Saturday, October 9th. Some good cash and merchandise prizes are offered, The W. O. T. will meet at the home of Mrs E, S, Fawcett Friday afternoon. All who are interested are cordially invited to attend. The Hugo Farmers' Olub wiil hold their next meeting on Fri day, Sept. 24th, it having been postponed a week from the for merly announced date. The stork oalled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams Tuesday, August 81st, and left bouncing 8± pound boy. Mother and baby are doing fine. The Congregational Aid was entertained at the home of Mrs. W. E. Taplin yesterday after noon. A large number attended and enjoyed a fine lunch. The Hope Implement Co. dis posed of one of the new Over land cars last week to Will Hill erson of Luverne, Mr. Landing went to Fargo Monday evening for another. Mrs. L. A. Brown arrived the first of the week from Gales burg and has taken up her resi dence here with Mr, Brown, who is in charge of the elevator at the Roller Mill. Mrs, Clapper returned Mon day evening from an extended trip through Montana and Can ada, where she has spent the summer vacation visiting with friends and relatives, High grade Bush and Gerts Piano for sale. Cost new $450, big reduction for cash or month ly payments. Would consider good cow or horse on same. Address F-21, Hope Pioneer.— —Adv. 4ti. Tillie's Dance orchestra, com posed of Vivian Tillotson, Geo. Jones Clarinetist, Leo Hand, Drummer, all formerly with Teorey's Orchestra, and Roy Pur cell, the man with the fiddle, will give a dance at the Opera House in this city on Friday even ing, Sept. 17. They promise some fine dance music, and don't forget the singing. Make ar range ment early to attend.—Adv. Mr. and Mrs. W. U. White are rather lonesome this week, Last week Miss Marion left for the east and will spend the co m ing year attending Wesley. Miss Jessie left last evening for an extended trip through the west which includes a visiit to the two exposition in California. On her return from the west she wil take up her art work in Minn eapolis. Quite a number of nimrods were out early Tuesday morning after chickens and ducks but not many large bags are reported. Ducka~~5re more plentiful than they have been for several years but prairie chickens are few and far between. In fact it is re ported that some of our local sportsmen who claim to have ex tra fine bird dogs failed to bring even a feather home "with them. THE HOPE PIONEER i. •!..r'T,t Sweeping Compound at the Pioneer Office, $2.25 per cwt. Alight rain Tuesday evening delayed threshing orperations a few hours on the following day. Miss Ina Jefferson left this week tor Dickey, where she has acoepted a position in the local schools. Mrs. H. I. Standely, of Fargo» is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Smith, this week. Mrs. Geo. Gray left last even ing for Beach where she will spend the comming year with her daughter, Edna, Mr. Brewer of Ripon, Wis., arrived Tuesday evening and is visiting at the home of his daught er. Mrs, L. H, Smith. Look over the 1916 Reo. It can't be beat for the price—$875 for the four, $1350 for the six. THOS. MAJOR, Agent. Mr£. Geo. Gray, who has been visiting at the home of her son, Robt, at Devils Lake for some time, returned Tuesday evening. Don't forget the Big Dance at the opera house Friday evening, Sept. 17th. Tillie's Orchertra with the old favorite players.— Adv. Rev. and Mrs. S. Hitchcock and children autoed to Pillsbury last Saturday and there took the train for their new home, New Rockford, where the Reverend has accepted the position of past or of the Congregational ohurch. Prof. C. C. Clapper arrived Saturday morning from Iowa where he has been visiting at his former home with relatives and friends. He says that he had a most pleasant vacation and that he is now ready to start school work. Naptha Laundry Crystals are made to save you time labor, pa tience, clothes and laundry ex pense. Give them a trial, Just what you need for washing lace curtains, delicate laces and flan nels. For sale by Mrs. i, A. Bo wen. Mr. and Mrs. Usselman and daughter, of Maadan, arrived lere the first of the week in their auto and are renewing old ac quaintances. Mr. Usselman formerly was a partner of Gor don Jefferson in the store now owned by the Messere. Turn bull. Morgan Burke. Superintend ent for toe Imperial Elevator Co., was in the city last week and secured the services of A. M. MoLaughlin as buyer for the ocal elevator. Mr. McLaughlin immediately took charge of the louse and has been taking in quite a bit of grain. Louise, the older daughter of Mr. and Mr9. W. J. Hanson, was operated on Thursday of ast week by Dr. J. G. Abbott, assisted by Dr. Alexander, her tonsils and adenoids being re moved. The young lady has been getting along very nicely since the operation. "Who's Who In Society" is a feature film with a Broadway cast that is booked for the Bijou Theatre for Saturday even* ing. It is the story of the as pirations of Mrs. O'Brien, newly rich, for social prominence. It has a strong vein of humor through out the four parts Don't miss it. The man who was arrested last week with trying to get away with a team of horses that did not belong to him was given a hearing last Thursday after noon. He was given a ten day suspended sentence. Atty, Moses appeared for the defend ant and Atty, Sathre prosecuted the case. load consisting An auto 1 Joslyn, Mrs. B. the Misses Georgia Mrs. J. Reynolds, Gray and Ethel and Edna Joslyn and Everett Joslyn and Harry Pepper drove to Fargo and back Friday. The Misses Ethel Jos lyn and Georgia Gray remained in Fargo and visited with friends a few days. 1 Hid For Sals, Work Horses for Sale GRZMWOOD. Don't draw a cheek and send it to a person out of the city, expecting to make it good before it can possibly get back sometimes telegraphic advice it asked of such checks, THE MAN BEHDTD THE PLOW is the most independent worker of which we know. He is his own manager and enjoys complete control of his business. But while he is independent, yet he must take care of himself as a duty to himself and family. We believe the best way of doing this, so far as the farmer of this community is concerned, is to have an account with this bank. If you will deposit the proceeds from the sales of your farm products in this bank you can then pay all your bills with checks on UB. If you have not been using this method of keeping a check on your business you will appreciate the many advantages offered by such a system. It will save you considerable worry about the safety of your money or the danger of paying bills a second time. Your cancelled checks are a re ceipt for every dollar paid out. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE, N. D. S N. For Saie Driving team, harness and buggy, Inquire of 0- S. Moores. —Adv. For Salt. Radiant Home Range inquire at Pioneer office.—Adv. FOR SALE—Well built shed, 12x20, suitable for granary Good terms. Inquire of Mrs. J. A. BOWEN For Salt. Buick runabout, in good con dition, a bargain. First National Bank. Hope, N. D. —Adv. For Sale. Two seated carriage, used two seasons, in good condition tf EVERETT JOSLYN, Wantiii: Men and teams to cut and shook 820 acres of oats on sec tion 21 also to drill 200 acres of rye. See C. G. Merriell at Mc* Collom's Hardware Store.—Adv. Plants tor Sale. I have some nice potted ger aniums, all young plants, ready to bloom. Your choice for 25c, Call and see them. Adv.) Mrs. Mattie Thompson. The S^eet ttch"Lonilnt GOB Built! 77lat/m shotgun is a nne*appearmg, any objectionable humps or bumps can't tree* thoroughly C, S. SH1PPY AttQfRiHHaw Notify! HOPE JOHN MOSES, Uawyar Windsor Castle Coffee Best on the Market for the Price Get our Prices on Canned Goods in Case Lots and Save Money. Plenty of Flour Always on Hand. THE HOPE BAKERY FERD GRAMS, Prop, .hammerless repeating shotgun li a fine-appearing, beautifully— .. objectionable humps orcumps no holes on top for gas to blow out through or water to fft I ft freeze *up with rain* snow or sleet its solid steel breech (not a shell of wood) permit! roughly symmetrical gun without sacrificing strength or safety: it la the iifwt brsMMMwi beautifully-balanced gun, without bio PHIIU No, DAKOTA. DR. J. ABBOTT 6. Physician and 8urs«en Offilce over Turnbull't Store Offloe Phone No. 181 Reeldenoe Phone No 191 DR. J. G. ALEXANDER, Physician andSurgaon Special Attention Given to Di« eases of Women and Children. Offloe In Philips Blook. Phone No. IT £8*8: Shotwell Floral Co. Orowwrs of Piants,Cut riowsrs, U. Funeral Designs made up oa short notion Phone or write us Nlfhl or Oar Send for Qataloffue, C. F. PETERSON, Collection* MOSES & PETERSON Law and Collections aWWSK. Hope, N. O. The Pioneer, $1.50. 12-16-20 Gauge Hammerless ••Pump" —... shotaun nir built. Six shots in 18 and 16 gauges five in SO gauge. It it Hammerless with Solid Steel Breech (inside as well as out)—Swa —Matted Barnl (which costs 94.0Q extra on other guns)— Prase Button remove loaded cartridges quickly from magazine without working through action) ton—Talte-Dowa Feature—'Trigger and Hammer Safety. Handles rapidly gue ing ability: price standard Grade A" 12-gauge gun. $22.001 10 Of 2&gaoge» WMft Send 8 stamps postage for big catalog describing all repeating shotguns (hammer and hammer less), all repeating rifles, etc. Do it now I Noil Equal To Chaflibarlain's "I have tried most all of the cough cures and find that there is none that equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, It has never failed to give me prompt relief," Guns Rilssee-(tO sunnier Safety. Han3les rapidly guaranteed in shoot- .1 a rifle, pistol or shotgun, you should have a copy of the Ideal Head VOU SnOOt powders* bullets, primers and reloading tools for all standard rifle, pistol and shotgun ammunition how to measure powders accurately shows you how to cut your ammunition expense In half and do more and better shooting. This book is free to any shooter who will send three stamps postage to The Marlin Firearms Co«» 49 Willow St*» New H&TCOi ZfofflcalinfUvaimsGkt 42 Willow Street, New Have* Coao. Book—160 pages of useful information for shooters. It tells all about writes W. V. Harner, Montpelier, Ind. When you have a cold give this remedy a trial and see for yourself what a splendid medi cine it is. Obtainable every where.—Adv.