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The beat sign tor a meat market COgZaY WflftCSfcV Numerous customerm But si Women can be sure of receiv ing courteous attention in this institution. We not only invite you to open a personal account with us, but we also will be glad to give you the benefit of our advice and experience in other business matters. We are never too busy to be pleasant. Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow Hope National Bank J. H. McCOLLOM'S A Necessity in Every Kitchen The Alcazar Blue-flame Oil Stove It provides kitchen comfort and economy in hot weather I. If. McColiom J. H. McCOLLOM'S! THE TIME IS AT HAND! 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? AND SEE 3 MT 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 STOCK 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 Arteat Market T. THORSLAND, Proprietor. rcf ri«r, /r» a«?r«nce.... $/» M»r?ri\. Kmereit at th«* pom office at l.as second class '.outer BLOW THE HOPE PIONEER vibe toope pioneer nope., (v NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING O. L. .1. Howf.n, Editor and Manawi N.D.RA. To insure Insertion, all advertise ments and pay locals must reach our office on or before Wednesday noon of each week. All notices 01 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. A GROUP of stars on an azure field There the bond of the Union stands revealed With bars of red ar.d bars of white, Thai spurn the earth and seek the light— 'Tis a flag that men have died for! on o'er land blow on e'er sea, O starlit banner of the free: Though foes abound and tyrunts rave, Blow on, O banner of the brave And this is the fla" we'll die for. .!©o©©e©a©©©ee9e©©®sss®©e©i Locals As We Heard Them neeeeceseeoeeeeeesssssseeo Window glass in all sizes at King & Smith.—Adv. FOR SALE—Used Ford car in ft od running order. FISHER Carpenters are busy at the H. C. Epping farm erecting a fine new barn. The residence has been remodeled and en larged, including a big porch of concrete. When completed Mr. Epping will have as fine a place as can be found anywhere. A troop train carrying several companies of North Dakota Inft. passed through Hope en route to North Carolina Monday evening Owing to the fact that few pec pie were informed of the route taken by the train not a great number were on hand to cheer the boys as they passed through. NARROW ESCAPE W. B. Rugg had a narrow es cape last Thursday evening and as a result has not been as spry as usual. While caring for a sick horse in his barn yard lie was attacked by his Holstein bull. Before the animal had in jured him he succeeded in get ting his finger through the ing in its nose and held on, keeping the animal far enough away from him to avoid his hoofs. All this time he was stretched out on the ground and it was about twenty minutes before his posi tion was discovered and help se cured. Previous to this time the bull had been very gentle but owing to the unveiling of the Imperial strain in his disposi tion he was included in a ship ment of live stock to market Saturday. Mr. Rugg was for tunate in receiving only a few bruises. ST0RIN6 CELERY Celery should be stored in a cool place where the tempera ture does not go above 40. If it gets much above that the celery will rot. In digging the celery leave two or three inches of the root on and set in earth directly in the cellar or in boxes. The atmosphere should abso be fair ly moist. The celery is really transplanted, as after it lias been in tbe cellar two or three weeks it starts a slow growth, forming new stocks at th« heart at the expense of the older leaves. This beeps up till some time in January. Bids for Heating Plant Notice is hereby given that the Board of I Education of Willow Lake Special School District, No. 18, will receive sealed bid* up to the hour of three o'clock, P. M„ on the 8th I day of October for a heating plant to be In-. stalled In the school building In Luverne, N. Dak. The plans and specifications are on file and may be examined at the office of the Clerk in Luverne, N. D., or at the Builders and Traders Exchange. Fargo, N. Dak. All bids must be sealed and filed with the Clerk at his office In Luverne, N. D., and shall be marked "Bid for Heating Plant." Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, payable to the Board, for 5 per cent of the amount of the bid to Insure fulfillment ot contract. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated at Luverne, N. D., this 24th day ol September, 1U17, by order ol the Board. •27-2t C. W. CHltlSTIANSON, Clerk. Group If .your children are subject to croup get a bottle of Chamber lain's Cojgh Remedy, and when the attack comes on be careful to follow the plain printed di rections. You will be surprised at the quick relief which it af foi ds.—Adv. 1 1 }ss State of North Dakota County of Steele In County Court, Before Hon. Adam S. Moote, Judge. In the Matter of the Estate of Serine K. Sund, Deceased. Andrew I. Simonson Petitioner vs. Martha Sund, now MarthaOulllcksou, Han nah Anderson, n«a Sund, Maggie Sund, John K. Sund, Ciena Sund, now Olena Mot.ellan, Mnrla Harveland, Peter O. sathre as Guardian of Maria Harveland, Ellen Malene Thompson, Mathlas Sund. Anna Gurlna Anderson, Rev. Lars Lang haug and all persons Interested In said Estate Respondents Notice and Citation on Hearing of Final Account and Distribution of Estate. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THB ABOVE NAMED RESPONDENTS: You, the said Martha Sund, now Martha Gulllckson, Hannah Anderson, inga Sund, Maggie Sund, John K. Sund. Olena Sund, now Olena McLellan, Maria Harveland, Pet er O. Sat lire as Guardian of Maria Harve land, Ellen Malene Thompson, Mathlas Sund, Anna Gurlna Anderson, Rev. Lars Lang haug and all persons interested in said es tate are hereby notified, that the Final Ac count ol Andrew 1. Simonson, the Executor ol the Last Will and Testament of Serine K. Sund, late of the Village of Blabon, in the County of Steele and State of North Dakota, deceased, has been rendered to this Court, therein ihowlng that the estate of said de ceased is ready for final settlement and dis tribution, and petitioning that his account be allowed, ihe residue of said estate distri buted to the persons thereunto entitled, his administration closed and he be discharged: that on Friday, the 16th day of November, A. D. 1917, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day. at tbe Court Rooms of this Court, in the Court House In the Village ofSher brooke. In the said County of Steele and State of North Dakota has been appointed by this Court for the settlement thereof, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his excep tions in writing, to said account and petition and contest the same. And you, the above named respondents, and each of you, are hereby cited and re quired then and there to be and appear be fore this Court, and show cause. If any you have, why said account shall not be allowed, the residue of said estate distributed, the ad ministration of said estate closed and the said Andrew I. Simonson, Executor, dis charged. Dated this 1st day of October, 1917. By the Court, ADAM S. MOOTE. (SEAL) Judge of the said County Court, C. S. SHIl'PY, Attorney lor Petitioner. Hope, N. D. 284t Sour Stomach Eat slowly, masticate your food thoroughly, abstain from meat for a few days and in most cases the sour stomach will dis appear. If it does not, take one of Chamberlain's Tablets im mediately after supper. Red meats are most likely to cause sour stomach and you may find it best to cut them out.—Adv. Bids for Coal The City Council of the City of Hope will receive sealed bids up lo eight o'clock on the afternoon of Monday, Oct 8th, 1917, for thirty-five tons of screened lump soft coal and twenty-five tons of stove hard coal to be de livered at the coal bin in the City Hall. The Council reserves the right to accept bid for either soft or hard coal and reject any or all bids. Bids may be filed with the City Auditor, Dated at Hope, N. Dak., Octo ber 1st, 1917, by order of the City Council. Came to my place on Sec. 21, Riverside Twp., Steele Co., two dark gray colts, about two years old, one gelding and one mare. Owner can have same by proving property and paying costs. r!f2l2l2IZIZIZI2IZRfi PM!1,: F. PHILIP, City Auditor. Estray Coits, Taken Up M. O. STOKKA Cooperstown, N. D. Positively Relieves Constipation Constipation causes poor appetite, in digestion, headaches, biliousness and more serious diseases. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is a sure remedy for constipation. These wonderful herbs have long been famous for quick and positive results. By restoring normal bowel action you will gain color, weight and youthful energy. Take tonight—tomorrow feel right.— Adv. Look over D. Dumele's Auc tion Sale ad in this issue. He baa a good line of livestock and farm machinery. Rubber Sundries NEW PROCESS RUBBER HOT WATER BOTTLES, Price $2.50, sold under an in definite guarantee. Combination Hot Water Bottle and Syringe Ice Caps Rubber Gloves Infant Syringes Breast Pumps Nipple Shields Nasal Douche Rubber Tubing Ear and Ulcer Syringe Rectal Tubes During Steele County Fair Days October 12th and 13th AY ASIDE all your cares and worries, the perplexities and complexities of life and come to the big fair and refresh yourself. For years after you will remember its pleasures and the inspiration which you will derive from it. It is your expo sition—made by you and especially for you, and may be termed an "examination day" of Steele County products. Without your interest along agricultural developments we would not have these fairs and we appreciate the progressive ness shown by each and every individual thruout the County. While attending the fair—combine pleasure with business there's time for both. Make our store your headquarters. If no more, come in and rest yourself and get acquainted. Why not give your boy and girl an opportunity to make their nome study easy and effective? Give them the same chancea to win pro motion and success as the lad having the advantage of WEBSTER'S NEW INTERNATIONAL Dictionary in his home. This new creation answers with final author ity all kinds ol puzzling questions in history, geography, Diography, spelling, pronunciation, sports, arte, and sciences. 400,000Vocabulary Term*. 2700 Page*. Over6000 Illustrations. Colored Plates. th» only dlottoury with tt* 8MM The type Tf. matter is equivalent to that of a 15-volume encyclopedia. More Scholarly, Accurate, Convenient, fluid Authoritative than uiyothn Eul* Usb Dictionary. REGULAR AND INDIA. PAPER EDITIONS. WRITE foe 'specimen pages, jHuitratioiuh ete. IE, a set of Pooket if you same tbis paper. G.*C.MBKUMCa, SPRINQFIKLD, MASS. uiuuiiiiujuuiijiiiiiuumuuumiiniimmiuiimiui Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the Reliable Face Bottles Infant Bottles Pacifiers Teething Rings Hygeia Nipples Anti-Cholic Nipples Seamless Nipples Thermo Sacs Plant Sprinklers Rubber Syringes Cane Tips Wamberg's Pharmacy Hope N.Dak. Finger Cots 0. Cummings & Co. 1 Finley No. Dak. "^iBBiaaaaaaaaiaijuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaimn Shotwel! Floral Co. Most After many years' experience in the use of it and other cough medicines, there are many who prefer Chamber lain's to any other. Mrs. A. C. Kir stein, Greenville, III., writes, "Cham berlain's Cough Remedy has been used in my mother's home and mine for years, and we always found it a quiok cure for colds and bronchial troubles. We And it to be most relia ble cough medicine we have used Adv. a a a I a 3 Growers of Plants.Cut Flowers, &.c Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Nlirht or Day. Send for Caiftlocue. c.s. SHIPPY Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public HOPE NO. DAKOTA. DR. J. 6. ABBOTT Physician and Surgeon Offiice over Turnbull's Store Office Phone No. 1B1 Residence Phone No 161 METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SUNDAY: Morning Service 11:00 Sunday School 12:10 Junior League 3.00 Y. P. Meeting 7:oo Evening Service 8:00 WEDNESDAY p. M. Prayer Meeting 7:30 Strangers Invited. C. T. ENSIGN, Pastor. Stove for Sale Base burner in good condition, price reasonable. Inquire of Mrs. J. A. Bowen.