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cagflir But THE RISK YOU RUN. When you carry cash for j* paying hills, you run the risk of $ losing it, you get no receipt, you $ $ forget the amount and no record. $ $ $ Numerous customers Pay all bills by check and $ avoid the possibility of loss. THE HOPE RATIONAL BANK a meat market We endeator to wait on you just as promptly as possible, The Best Meats, Honest Weights Lowest Prices are worth a short wait occasionally, It never will be longer than is abso lutely necessary at this market Star Meat Market T. THORSLAND, Proprietor. J. H. McCOLLOM'S THE WHISTLING WINOS OF WINTER WITH IT'S DISCOMFORTS WILL SOON BE HERE Why not prepare for it now by placing in your home a HEATING STOVE selected from our complete line that will add cheer and comfort in spite of weather conditions outside. Styles, sizes and prices to suit everybody. J. H. McCollom J. H. McCOLLOM'S THE TIME IS A A N Materials OF" ALL KINDS. Why not replace that Carpet with a nice new Rug and get a new piece or two of Fur niture, which will greatly improve the ap pearance ot that room? CALL ANO SEE MY STOCK We have a nice line on hand to select from, consisting of Parlor, Dining Room, Bed Room and Kitchen Furniture, in the latest styles and finishes. We also handle Rugs, Carpets, Shades, Porctierres, etc. E. D.WASHBURN ED. W. HANSON LUMBER Building in !S WIRE FENCEING, NAILS, PAINTS, OILS, BRUSHES, GLASS, AND THE IIOI'K IMO\KI fCopyrtffht.) turn.—New* Item. iffIP*. entered at the office Hmw •ist as second matter ROUGH ON THE BOYS Sbe *ope JMoneer NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. L. J. BOWEN, Editor and Manager MEMBER! N.D.RA. mmsi H$PTin% njrrs "ri rear. In miivmnic nfl»« To insure insertion, all advertiv nents and pay locals must reach out ttice on or before Wednesdsix each week. noo. All notices of entertainment of any nature ai which admission is charged given l\ local organi/alions are charged at the rate of live cents per line pei insertion. North Dakota Leads In Education. North Dakota leads the states of the Union in county ayi nt.s, consolidated schools and county nurses. This statement was made by Dr. A. E. Winship of Boston, at Grand Farks recent?- to the students. ly. Dr. Winship has just spent three years investigating educa tional progress in North Dakota. He is the best authority on edu cational work in the Unite States. Since the Civil War he has been in practically every state in the Union every year studing ed'ica-1 tional work. He has already made live to the Pacific Coast this year. He make a special study of a few states each year, one of which has just been com pleted on North Dakota. Below area few of the state ments that he made in an ad dress before a teachers' institute at Buffalo Tuesday: "North Da kota is doing things. She has more consolidated schools than any other state. In the last four years 333 schools have been con solidated, over 1000 dinky one room schools have been closed and 200 more kept from starling by building consolidated schools North Dakota also leads in coun ty nurses, seven counties mak ing provisions for them already. North Dakota leads in county agents in proportion to the pup ulation of the state." Card Of Thanks. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to the many kind and thoughtful friends who did all that could possibly be done to ass»ist and comfort us following the accident and death of ou husband ond father. MRS. J. C, ALEXANDER AMD DAUGHTER PERFECTION. That historian who would de scribe a favorite character as fault less raises another at the expense of himself. Zeuxis made five virgins contribute their charms to his single picture of Helen, and it is as vain for the moralist to look for perfec tion in the mind as for the painter to expect to find it in the body.— Colton. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. One Hundred School Teachers Of Steele County Gather In Hope For A Four Day's Institute. The past few days Hope ha* been tliP educational center n' Steele 0nn'v ail tli via in llO|) In i| 11 s! 1 ij 11 four d.iy's vsiesition while hi* clio lnui'm l»a been security new iri'tliod-of imparting nS' Fill inF'H in-i'ion 'o li'tn at tlv Teacher.." 111 it ut P...f Finney, of Val|\\ City, ii coiidin-'orof tli i"n«. •rind School- WATKIN'S BARBER SHOP 'First Class Work Guaranteed. a AWT 60" PRiwcy ftHVMORt- CI irk. of Fart.'" Pu'1 is the ills' ructor ill Electric Massaging Agent for THE RED RIVER LAUNDRY Basket leaves Wednesday and comes back Saturday. A. G. WATKINS, Prop. State of North Dakota Un rol urt bounty or Steele (In cou WE 'li priiinrv work St it.H Smt E .1 Tu\ .r wi ir* t. nil ire and A'ill iddress i* scho »l of ticois. Prof Finney will delivor a lecuire this evening on "Tie Farm and tin* t'oiintr.v School Mi-s Blondie li,* Count Superintendent of School*, who h-.-s engineered this gathering is to ho conjrratuled on its success, both from ih standpoint of at tendance and from the iinestim v'Blue that it will be to the teach- ers CJ the county and indirectly f' u" IN TIIE MATTER OF THE ----ATI5 OF JAM ES N E W ELL. DEC El). William T. Newell, Administru-u..Petitioner vs. Sarah A. Newell. William T. Newell. Sadie E. Morrison, Alvin P. Hoe. County Treas urer of Steele (bounty, and all other persons Interested In said estate Respondents NOTICE AND CITATION. HEARING OK FINAL ACCOUNT AND REPORT OF ADMINISTRATOR. AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION OF RESI DUE OF ESTATE. rhe State of North Dakota and the said Coun ty Court. To the above named Respondents: You. and each of you. are hereby notified, thai the final account and report of William T. Newell. Administrator ol the estate of lames Newell, late of the Township of Mel rose, Steele ounty. North Dakota, deceased, has been rendered to and filed In this Court, therein showing that all the costs and ex penses of administration ol said estate have been paid, as well as all claims presented and allowed, and the expenses of last sickness and funeral of said deceased, and that said estate Is now In a condition to he closed, anil praying that his said final account be al lowed. the residue of said estate be distribut ed to the persons entitled thereto by law and, that he be discharged. That Thursday the 30th day of December. 1915, at the hour of ten o'clock a. in. at the Court Rooms of this Court, at the Court House in the Village of sherbrooke In said Couuty of Steele, has been appointed as the time and place for hearing said llnui account and report, and petition for distribution of residue of said estate, and petition for dis charge of administrator, at which time and place any person or persons Interested in said estate may appear and file his or their objec tions to said 11 mil account and petition, and contest the same. And you. the above named respondents, and each of you. are hereby clied and re quired to le and appear before this Court at said time and place and then and there show cause. If any you have, why the said final ac count should nol be allowed, the residue of said estate be distributed to tlie persons en titled thereto, and the said administrator dte charged. Dated at Sherbrooke, N. D., this 9th day of November, IU15. lly the Court, ADAM S. MOOTE. 4 SEAL Judge ol Couuty Court —v— Steele County, N. 1. WM. BARCLAY, Attorney lor Administrator, Sherbrooke. N. U. 33—5t Very Fond of It. "Your daughter's very fond of mu sic, isn't she?" "Yes, indeed. It's no trouble for her to practice on the piano when I need some one to help me with the dishes.' —Detroit Free Press. jj» S and -•'-•ttirg For COLD CREAM but not Ice Cream. For rough and chapped lips and face, use: NYAL'S FACE CREAM have been selling it for Five Years and never a jar brought back yet. We want people who don't like it better than any they ever had before to bring it back. We believe (with reason) that it beats them all. It will not get rancid, keeps for ever. A white porcelain jar with a neat label and a nickel screw cap, Price *25 cts. WAMBERG'S The REXALL Store. IL DRUG STORE Roller Feed Grinding Outfit The new up-to-the-minute roller process of grinding feed saves you one half of what it now costs you to feed your stock. same power, as tlie best burr or stone mill ever made and does not heat the feed, has great capacity, very simple, grinds fine or coarse, requires little power, has no burrs or other parts to be constantly wearing out. also grinds corn-meal and graham. Will last a life-time. Made in all sizes from the smallest to the largest. Sold with or without engine. Big money in custom grinding. The Roller •A WAGON LOAD OF FEED FOR 10 CENTS'* Established 1879 Hope Implement Co., Hope, N. Dak. ONOMY r.'.eo.r.s tfc?. v-r spending of occ's mousy—making every dollar do foil duty i-lura an article that will satisfy you in every way. Tt' HOPE, NO. DAK. Vrill grind twice as fast with Hill Way is the only way. R. R. Howell&Co. MANUFACTURERS MINNEAPOLIS, MINI. Carried In stock In your town and sold exclusively by WHITE, is a real bargain because it is sold at a popular price because it gives you the kind of sewing you delight in because it will turn out the work quickly and thoroughly and give you a life time of satisfactory service because its improvements will enable you to do things which can't be done on any oticr machinc because it will please you with its fine fir.Lh and beauty of its furniture. Ia sbcrt ycu will find the White reliable and desirable from every point cf view. Be sure to ficc the T7hite dealer who Y\rill be fhel to you how rood a machine the White Ijcre is r.o dealer r.-r-v, us direct for cai a !OP5. "7*do i' -xll »o en '-.OVIE.'S. Vibrator ac Rotiry Sh-.'"!?. Mac Hints, WHITE SEW!Nit MACHINE CO. CLEVELAND,Q. Sale by KRAABEL & KRAABEL 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:HOPEBAKERY FERD.CRAMS, Prop Beware Of Slieap Substitutes. In these days of kf en compet ition it is important, tliat the public should see that tlie.v yet Chamberlain's Cou^li Remedy and not take suhstiutes Kld for the sake of extra prott. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy has stood the test and be approved for more than forty years. Ob tainable ever\ where —Adv. MARKET RKPORT Nov. 18th, 1915. WHEAT 1 Northern $ 2 Northern 1 Durum 2 Durum FLAX BAKEEY OATS RYE .92 .87 .87 .83 1.89 .44 to .47 .27 .82 oven C3 vzAr. sO*'. :. EJtPcrjicrjcc TRADE KARKS CZSICNS CopynoHTs &c. Anvoi'.a rot:(l!ng a Hlietrh mid ("""icrlit'.nn nc7 jwcrN'.'m free lie'.iicr t:i vc:i io'n is proMnt/y C«nuni::ilr ::3 •:rict'.7™iil(ic:it,...l. IIAIIJLQPX c:i I'aicato 'tlroo. n:-c:ir/ fur r!"uri::f pulr:-:-]. 1' ::"«is tr-iicn throu:-'i & to. recclvo jpcjl notice, without clinrTj, iu tue hnndsomr'7 l'!n*trnt"d wprltlr. T.nrrest o!r i' rc r: 1 ::r r:c PF1 Ft C3.r,G4BrMii»t-I.,:ivYrr!(newsil-alon.byallSold(1.'—jo,Ia*J\.1J'::r:!al.J•7' Er-.- I f-ilP'-t,. V'n.HIr I.D.C. She Wss Hasty. "You didn't write your wife for Ave years, and yet yen express surprise that she got a divorce." "Well, I liuiino as I oughter be sur prised. She allers was hasty."—Louis ville Courier-Joumiil.