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JULY 1 TO
Hon. "Cyclone" Davis
—one of the unique figures in Congress. A whirlwind
orator from the Lone Star state.
Judge Manford Schoonover
—a man's man—a virile and rugged speaker with a
powerful message for this community.
George C. Aydetot
—inspiring address on "The Man of Today"
Clarence Locke Miller
—in a dramatic lecture on "The Prophet of aNew Era"
Morton H. Pemberton
—a Missouri successor to Mark Twain.
VOLUME 87. No. 14 HOPE, STEELE COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, JUNE 28, 1917.
A PURPOSEFUL PROGRAM
QTh* AQONT Tiri^RTC nn If purchased of the local under
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The Cathedral Choir
—eight mixed voices form a choir ideal and feature
the great sacred masterpieces.
The University Players
—a capable cast of players presenting the purposeful
comedy, "It Pays to Advertise."
The Musical Guardsmen
—a singing band with lots of pep and stirring music.
—a company of real native players and singers direct
—a spirited vocal and instrumental quintet.
Having purchased a General Mercantile Business in Mon
tana of which we must take immediate possession we offer our
entire stock of Merchandise.~except groceries--both at HOPE
and COLGATE at the above sacrifising reduction.
This is a BONAFIDE CLOSING-OUT SALE, and as
nearly all of our goods were purchased before the advance in
prices, and are still sold at the prices then prevailing, It means
a big saving for you but you must act AT ONCE as it will not
All sales must be for spot Cash. No discount allowed on
goods bought by produce.
NO CHARGES, NO APPROVALS
'pWENTY Million People passed
through the gates of the American
Chautauqua last season, and came
under its elevating and enobling influ
ence. Four thousand communities
such as this, were awakened by its pro
grams to broader thinking. More
towns and people will come udner its
influence this season. Join the Crowd.
Have your part in the most Ameri
can institution in America.
to 50% Discount
Hope and Colgate North Dakota
Look up those bargains at
Beckerjeck's Store. A great
chance to save money.—Adv.
SCRAP IRON and BONES
Wanted. Deliver at Hope be
tween June 30th and July 3rd.
Highest market price.
FOR SALE: The Martin Olson
place in Hope, including four
room cottage, barn and garrage
combii5eU and sey&n tine lots.
Low price, any reasonable terms
M. Sigbert Awes, Minneapolis,
A R*E YOU interested in Montana? We have
16,000 acres north of Forsyth in Rosebud
County to be divided in farms from 160 acres up
The soil is chocolate colored limestone with clay
subsoil. Big crops of winter wheat, oats, barley,
flax, corn and alfalfa are raised without irrigation.
Small fruits and apples do well. These lands are
cheap at $8.00 to $10.00 for grazing lands and
$20.00 to $25.00 for agricultural land. Railroad
fare parties from Fargo and return, $19.05. If in
tereested advise us.
WARD FARMS COMPANY
Hope, North Dakota
1016-1018-1020 Security Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn.
Pric? 5 Cts.
This is a mild form of indiges
tion. It is usually rough on by
eating too rapidly or too much,or
of food not suited to your digest
ive organs' If you will eat slow
ly, masticate your food thorough
ly,eat but little meat and none
all for supper, you will
than likely avoid the sour stmach
without taking any medicfne
whatever. When you have sour
stomach take one of Chamber
lain's Tablets to aid digestion,