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BlaCk Africa.
Nearly one-tourth of the earth's land
surface is comprisod within the conti
nent of Africa, and it is as far around
the coast of Africa as it is around the
world. Every eighth person of the
world's population lives in the Dark
continent. The blacks double their
number every 40 years and the whites
every 80 years. There are 843 lan
guages and dialects spoken among the
blacks of Africa, but only a few of
them written.—Christian Herald.
"Everything Is Lovely."
As an instance that slogans of the
marines do "catch on," Colonel Mc
Lemore reports that he offered pas
sage from the suburbs to a certain
town to a neighbor—an Irishman.
He asked him to what army he be
longed and when he replied "To the
Marines" he thought for a moment and
then said, "The Marines are here and
everything is lovely," which is at any
rate a free translation of their beafr
known slogan.
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS
ADDITIONAL LOCALS
The W. 0. T, U. will meet at
the home of Mrs. F. H. Berg
man on Friday afternoon.
Miss May Kersting has ac
cepted a possition as assistant
to Mrs. Luce, in the post offiice.
Howard McLean, of Rugby,
a nephew of W. J. McLean, is
reported severly wounded in
France.
B. A. Kersting and family are
again residents of our city after
spending the past few months
in Fareco.
Mrs. J. C. Wamberg and
daughter Maude, returned the
first of the week after an extend
ed visit in Minniapolis.
Miss Zelma Moors, who has
been training to become a nurse,
in Minneapolis, arrived yester
day to visit home folks.
Seventy five young men who
have reached the age of twenty
one since last June registered at
the County Seat yesterday.
Ralph Clutter went to Fargo
the other evening and enlisted
in the U. S. Caverly. He went
to Jefferson Barracks Wednes
day.
Harry Ehred arrived yester
day morning from Iowa City, la.
where he has been attending the
College of Dentistry. He wil
visit here for a short time and
then return east, having accept
ed a position for the summer
months.
Over thirty dollars was raised
for the Red Cross at the Ball
games Thursday and Monday
evenings. The Old Timers went
to Luverne last evening expect
ing to getrnore some money but
the rain prevented the game
being played.
County Supt. Miss Raaen, has
asked the Pioneer to extend her
thanks to the people of Hope
who so kindly assisted in mak
ing Play Day a success, aud the
thanks of the children of the
County who were able to enjoy
the day in Hope.
Alexander Kan-, who is well
known in this section of the state
gave a splendid address Tuesday
evening at the Hope Opera House
to a small audience on "Commun
ity Co-operation." Mr. Ivarr lias
and handled it most ably, leaving
a very favorable impression of
himself as a speaker and sewing
seeds in the minds of his auditors
made a deep study of his subject
that will give theni eause for
thought.
KI6W THArT fcYERS-^
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BE DONE. IN NO
TIME
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NOTICE
Well, pump, cistern and wind
mill work done promptly. Prices
right. See us about doing your
work.
George Quenett and Oscar Moe.
ISN'T IT INTEREST
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NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO.
L. J. Bowkn, Editor and Manager
SUHSCHIPTIO* MATHS:
One Year....
Six Months.
The girls' athletic contests and the
boys' track meet opened first and
some good events were pulled off.
None of the other schools entered
the track meet but there was strong
competition for the places among the
Hope boys. The girls events were en
tered by pupils from several schools
and competition was keen through
out.
Not a great number qualified for
the Athletic Badge Tests, especially
among the girls.
At noon the available-shady "spots
around our city were taken by these
who had brought picnic dinners with
them. Coffee was served free in the
Domestic Science room at the school
house.
The parade formed at 1:30 o'clock
and was a splendid spectacle.
The Blabon Band, under the dir
ection of Prof Bilden, headed the
procession and furnished inspiring
music. It would be impossible to
mention each float and decorated au
tomobile separately, so the best we
can do is to give a general outline.
Joan de Arc and Uncle Sam, the Al
lies, Red Cross Ambulance, the Ship
of State, Home Rule for Ireland, Jap
an, The United States, Jumbo, the
elephant, were some of the things
shown, a number of schools in dec
orated automobiles, the Royal Neigli
bors, Finley Commercial Club, Hope
Woman's Club, Red Cross, Junior Red
Cross, etc., were in line.
The crowd followed the parade
back to the Athletic field where the
May Pole Exercises, Flag Drills, Folk
Uames and Scout Drills were given.
These were all pretty and showed
careful work on the part of the child
ren and their instructors.
At four o'clock Dr. Beard, of Fargo
was given the attention of the gath
ering and he gave a stirring patriotic
address which was well received.
Miss Raaen, our county superinj
tendent of schools, is to be congratu
lated in the success of Play Day. It
was her idea to introduce this event
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Kntered at tta» post office at Hope, North Da
cota.as wond claaa matter.
mr To insure insertion, all advertise
ments and pay locals must reach our
office on or before Wednesday noon
of each week.
®3T 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.
N.D.RA
This paper has enlisted
with the government in the
cause of America for the
period of the war
DIG CROWD ON HAND
FOR FIRST PLAY DAY
After being twice postponed on
account of rain, Steele County Play
Day was held in Hope Monday, one
of the largest crowds being present
that lias been in Hope for some time.
The day opened bright, and early
in the morning the .autos load
ed down with children began to ar
rive. By the time the Athletic events
started, the school grounds and ath
letic field were covered with people,
young and some younger.
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to our county and her untiring work
and enthusiasm made it an event
that few will want' to miss in the fu
ture.
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PRIZES AWARDED
Following is the list of tl
Play Day prize winners in tk
parade and school contests. Tl
list of awards in the athletic
events will be published next
week.
Best Display—1st Finley, 2nd
Hope.
Best Decorated Auto—1st Jun-r
ior Red Cross, 2nd "Washburn
School.
Best Wagon Float—1st Sher
brooke, 2nd Melrose.
May Pole Exercise—1st Blabon
2nd Hope.
Flag Drill—1st Hope, 2nd Fin
ley.
Folk Game—Hope and Finley
—Tie.
The First prize was a United
States Flag 4x6 ft. and the second
a flag 3x5 ft.
BUY W. & S.
Meteorological Observations
Taken by J. T. McCann
Temperature
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May
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30
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60
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BUY BINDER TWINE EARLY
By N. D. Food Administration.
Farmers are urged by the federal
food administration to place their
orders for binder twine as soon as
possible so that local dealer's can
provide for early shipments, to
meet harvest requirements. The
high price or sisal, from which
practically all binder twine was
formerly made, has brought about
successful experiments in the use
of substitutes, large quantities of
which are now being used. The
gbvernment is unable to control the
original sales of raw material for
twir\^, but, in order to keep the
price as low as possible, the food
administration has agreed to buy
and distribute to the manufactur
ers all of th» sisal actually re
quired for the making of twine.
SUGAR RATIONING
FOR MANUFACTURERS
By
N. D. Food Administration.
After May 15th
no
manufacturer us
ing sugar for man
ufacturing purposes
will be allowed to
buy sugar without
giving a certificate.
he scertificates
will be isKiiod and may be secured
from the Kcdoral Food Administrator,
Agricultural Coll ego, North Dakota.
The only exception will be bakers
and public eating houses. This new
regulation of the United States Food
Administration will effect many indus
tries in North Dakota, including all
candy makers, soft drink makers, soda
fountains and other like businesses.
Wholesalers and retailers are prohibit
ed from selling sugar except to hotels,
restaurants', bakers and cracker mak
ers after May loth without receiving a
certificate which must be endorsed on
the back by the buyer. To secure
these certificates the purchaser must
make a sworn statement that he is
not using more sugar than hife fair
'share according to the Food Adminis
tration regulations.
Care of Telephone.
The telephone is a fine receptacle
for germs of every kind, and little at
tention is paid to sterilizing this much
used machine. It should be washed
out with alcohol as often as required,
and to keep the dust out of it make a
small round coyer of soft leather or
heavy cloth and stitch a broad ribbon
around the edge, through which can
be run a drawing string or elastic. Put
this over the transmitter.
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MEMEMToes of the
C»ood OUD
in mi mm mil iMEltti ia™BKBagSaK33ff88«Mgi»BI3ttS«lff7^
Caste less to
use this paint
Cheap paints cover
only 200 to 250
square feet per gal
lon, two coats.
HIGH STANDARD
LIQUID PAINT
covers S00 to 400 square
feet, two coats.
Measnre your house
then figure how much
less it will cost you to
use High Standakd—the
investment paint.
Ask at our store for color
card.
1/ KINS & SMITH
Hope, N. Dak.
Radium Emanations.
The emanation* from radium cannot
be stopped, bat as scarcely any ex
haustion of tbe material is appreciable,
despite the fact that a stream of en
ergy is constantly passing off from it
this is of small consequence. If th
rays were allowed to escape proml»
cuously, however, they might do con*
slderable damage in order to confine
them, therefore, a safe has been con
structed with a thick lining of lead in
side the steel.
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS
For Sheriff
To the Voters of Steele
County, North Dakota:
1 hereby announce my candidacy for nomi
nation on the Republican ticket, for the of
lice of Sheriff of Steele County, and I respect
fully solicit your support and suffrage at the
primary election to be held in June.
Sincerely,
A. J. BRAKKE,
50-16tl Sharon, N. Dak.
Buy W. S. S.
For Sheriff
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Sheriff of Steele County sub
ject to the decision of the Republican
voters at the primary election to be
held in June. If elected, I promise to
give all of my time and my best efforts
to the public service.
12tp ALBERT SPARROW,
Buy W. S. S.
For Sheriff
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for the Republican nomination for the ollice
of Sheriff of Steele County and respectfully
solicit your support and Influence at the June
Primary.
4 10t W. B. RUGG
-Buy W. S. S.
For Clerk of Court
I hereby announce myself a Republican
candidate for renomination for the Ollice of
Clerk of the District Court subject to the will
of the voters of Steele County, N. D., at the
June primary. Your vote and Influence re
spectfully solicited.
15t D. W. VADN1E.
BUY W. S. S.
For County Judge
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
re-election to the ollice of County Judge of
Steele County, N. D„ on the Republican
ticket, subject to the decision of the voters at
the Primary Election to beheld in June, 1918.
Your vote and Influence will be thankfully
received. 52-14t
ADAM S. MOOTE
-Buy W. S. S.-
For Clerk of Court
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
nomination on the Republican ticket for the
office of Clerk of the District Court, and
solicit your votes at the primary election.
Yours truly,
52 14 M. J. MICKELSON
-Buy W. S. S.
TO THE VOTERS OP STEELE COUNTY:
lama candidate for-nomination and re
election to the office of state's attorney for
Steele County, and I respectfully solicit your
support and suffrage at the comming elections
3-1 It P. O. SATIIRE
Buy W. S. S.
For County Auditor
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
nomination on the Republican ticket for the
office of County Auditor, and solicit your vote
and support.
5-9t ALVIN P. BOE
THssa iHiawspApeft
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THAT OH& ABOUT
THA.T AM^TEl/H
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For Register of Diels
I hereby announce my candldaor tor nom
ination and re-election to the office ol Rests*
ter of DeedB on the Republican ticket, subject
to the will ol the voters of Steele Countr. I
promise my faithful services, and respectfully
solicit your votes at the June primaries.
S-yt G. II. GILBERTSON
Buy W. S. S.
For Treasurer
I have decided to become a candidate for
the Republican nomination for the office ol
County Treasurer of Steele County, and re
spectfully solicit your favorable consideration
at the June primaries.
7-7t JOHN M. MARK
BUY W.
s. a
For County Judge
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the office of County Judge of Steele County.
Your vote and suprort will be duly appreciat
ed by me.
R. D. PATTERSON
-Buy W. S. S.-
For State's Attorney
To the Voters of Steele County:
I am a candidate for nomination and elec
tion on the Republican ticket to the office of
State's Attorney for Steele County, and re
spectfully solicit your votes.
C. a SHIPPY
-Buy W. S. S.-
For Register of Deeds
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the nomination for the office of Register of
Deeds of Steele County on the Republican
ticket, and solicit your vote and support at
the June Primary.
Respectfully,
ED. P. EVENSON
NOTICES OF PRIMARY ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that on Wed
nesday, the twenty-sixth day of June,
1918, at the several election precincts,
in the County of Steele, State of North
Dakota, a Primary Election will be held
for the purpose of nominating officers
as follows:
CONGRESSIONAL, OFFICERS
One Candidate to be nominated for
Representative, 1st District, by each of
the following parties: Republican,
Democratic and Socialist.
STATE OFFICERS
One candidate to be nominated tor
each office by each of the following
parties: Republican, Democratic and
Socialist.
Governor
Lieutenant Governor
Secretary of State
State Auditor
State Treasurer
Attorney General
Commissioner of Insurance
Commissioner of Agriculture and
Labor
Three candidates for Commissioners
of Railroads.
JUDICIARY
Two candidates to be nominated on
the Non-Partisan Judiciary ballot for
Judge of Supreme Court.
SCHOOL OFFICERS
Two candidates to be nominated on
NOn-Partison School ballot for each of
the following offices:
State Superintendent of Public In
struction.
County Superintendent of Schools.
LEGISLATIVE OFFICERS
Candidates to be nominated by each
of the following parties: Republican,
Democratic and Socialist,
One Senator from the 16th Legisla
tive District
Three Representatives from the 16th
Legislative District.
COUNTY OFFICERS
One candidate to be nominated by
each of the following parties: Repub
lican, Democratic and Socialist:
County Auditor
Treasurer
Sheriff
Clerk of District Court
States Attorney
Register of Deeds
County Judge
County Surveyor
Coroner
Public Administrator
County Commissioner, Second Dis
trict
County Commissioner, Third District.
County Commissioner, Fifth District.
Justices of the Peace, four for each
party
Constables, four for each party.
PRECINCT COMMITTEEMAN
One to be elected in each precinct by
each of the following parties: Republi
can, Democratic and Socialist.
COUNTY SEAT REMOVAL
The proposition of removing the
County Seat from Sherbrooke to some
town on the railroad will be voted on
at this election.
Which election will be opened at 8
o'clock in the forenoon and remain
open till 5 o'clock in the afternoon of
said day, at the following polling
places:
Newburgh, at School House on Sec.
No. 15 Beaver Creek, at School House
on Sec. No. 21 Westfield, at School
House on Sec. No. 20 Sharon, at School
ilouse on Sec. No. 29 Enger, at Town
Hall on Sec. No. 15 Golden Lake, at
School House on Sec. No. 11 Finley, at
School House on Sec. No. 8 Franklin,
at School House on Sec. No. 23 Prim
rose, at School House on Sec No. 2:
Sherbrooke, in Court Room in the Town
of Sherbrooke Easton, at School House
on Sec. No. 21 Greenview, at School
House on Sec. No. 14 Edendale, at
Town Hall on Sec. No. 22 Hugo, at
School House on Sec. No. 14 Melrose
at School House in Town of Blabon
Riverside, at School House on Sec. No
8 Broadlawn, at School House on Sec"
No. 17 Colgate, at old School House in
Town of Colgate Carpenter, at School
House on Sec. No. 26 Willow Lake, at
School House on Sec. No. 8 Village of
Luverne, Commercial Club Rooms In
building on Lot 1, Block 12 Village of
Sharon, Commercial Club Rooms in
second story of the store on Lot 23.
Block 2 Village of Finley, at City Hall
Lot„
Perhaps Father will have to go it alone after all
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Block 24, First Addition
City of Hope, 1st Ward, at the City
Hall located on the E 23% ft. of W
70% ft. of lots 1 and 2, and part of lot
3, Block 23 2nd Ward, at hardware
store of J. H. McCollom on lot 13, Block
J..' ?«*. Ward, in the City Building on
Block 55.
igDated at Sherbrooke, N. D„ May 20th.
G. J. MUSTAD.
County Auditor.
By Nettie M. Boe, Deputy.
Publish May 23, May 30, June 6-13-20.
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