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RICHARDS' r'v ^W:.fU-l'. Wall Paper Samples I have received sample lines of Wall Paper from both Chicago and Minneapolis, and will he pleased to call and show them to BP is one of the most won derful inventions of the age. It is absolutely unique. Never before has there been speed without harm. Never before have women had any thing which REALLY made dirt disappear as quickly, as harmlessly, as EASILY as with this extraordinary dirt loosener. It does HOURS work in MINUTES. It positively will not fade colored clothes—shrink or harden woolen, and will not rot or weaken lace cur tains so they tear easily, but keeps them STRONG besides absolutely clean. 3 Sticks for 25c—less than 2c a washing Sold locally and guaranteed by KRAABEL & KRAABEL }^2kSZ£i%m^*Mtta-ks.r- Good Bye Dirt! Here Comes Richards9 anyone wishing to see them. Leave word with Ed. W. Hanson, Phone 119. I do all kinds of paperhanging, painting and dec orating. 52 tf ERIC TYSK !Vv_i TO LAND OWNERS OF STEELE COUNTY r\UR BUSINESS is selling land. We have already sold several farms this spring and we can give you good service if your farm is for sale. We would be pleased to have you call and talk the matter over. Lund Land Co. F. W. EHRED, Mgr. PILLSBURY NOTES. Prof. A. E. Ross returned from Far go Friday morning. School opened Monday the24thafter a week's vacation. Miss MoMichael visited at Fargo and Miss Gray at Page. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Dorothy re turned Wednesday morning from Fargo. Mrs. Dakin, of Page is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dakin, ofPillsbury this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bendelow and daugh ter, Olive, left Thursday for their new home at Milton, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Benson were called to Page Thursday by the death of Mr. Benson's brother, Mr. Brudevold. Mrs. G. O. Smith and Miss Hattie Smith were Fargo passengers Tues day evening. Mrs. M. G. Pederson and son spent last week with relatives at Baldwin. Roderick McKay is excavating for a foundation for a house in the north side of town. The baber shop has been closed the past week the proprietor being under the care of an eye specialist in Fargo. Fred Keyes has a coal shed under construction. M. G. Pederson spent several days in Fargo having some dental work done. Safe Medicine for Children "Is it safeV" is the first question to be considered when buying cough med icine for children. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has long been a favor ite with mothers of young children as it contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given to a child as confi dent as to an adult. It is pleasant to take, too, which is of great import ance when a medicine is to be given to young children. This remedy is most effectual in relieving coughs, colds and croup. Obtainable every where.— Ad v- Jf «'*.?. Hop# Pton^r VOLUME 36. No. 5 HOPE, STEELE COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, APRIL 2TTH, 1910. Price 5 Cts. Mod«ifl3B im-I. Brings Unbounded Joy and Health To the Whole Family If you enjoy the laughter of the youngsters—the gladness born of sunshine and the great outdoors —if you thrill at the sight of their laughing, sparkling eyes and rosy cheeks —if you wish, now and then, that the years would turn back and let you be one of them —be one of them anyway! An Overland will do it! An Overland will take you out with them—let you share with them the pure, fresh air—make your eyes sparkle and your blood tingle with the joy of living. A ride in this $695 Overland will convince you of its power, comfort and exceptional ease of control. This can be arranged over telephone—call us up today. HOPE IMPLEMENT CO. WE ALSO HAVE ON DISPLAY Model 75, 25 H. P. Model 84, Knight at $615 at $1,125 mmmm Built for the Business Farmer The Dort was built for the business farmer. For 30 years Dort had been building farm vehicles. He knew what the farmer wanted for vehicles 'an| what he needed in an automobile. If an automobile is going to be a business asset to the farmer he must be able t6 use it every day in the year when the roads are deep with snow when the teni perature is far below zero and again in the spring when the frost is coming out of the ground and the mud is so deep and thick that the average car will sink to the hubs and be hopelessly mired. The Dort is built for these conditions. It is a real farmer's automobile. The price, $665, puts it with in the reach of every business farmer. Its light weight insures low cost of operation. From every standpoint of mechanical excellence and appearance the Dort merits a careful'investi gation of the Business Farmer. See the Dort at our rooms. P. O. B. FLINT WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC" SYSTEM T.M.Major, Agt.