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(\K ,• VOLUME 88. No. 14 •Usco' Tread "We know OLSON, DAILEY & CO Luverne, North Dakota Dear Friend: You are cordially invited to visit our new store during Chau tauqua week, June 29th to July 3rd, inclusive. You will be made welcome and tendered the use of the many modern conveniences of comfort and pleasure in this new establishment. W a 5 0 0 0 a to overflowing with new and seasonable merchandise of better qual ity and greater variety than is usually fouiid in towns the size of Luverne. It is our aim to make Luverne a Big Little Town, repre sentative in every way of the community in which it is situated. As a general thing the character of a town or oommunity.is re flected in its business institutions and it shall be our constant endeavor to make this store thoroughly representative of the enterprizing people living and working in this community, on the farms as well as the village. We thoroughly understand and agree that no village is able to exist without the support of the farm ers surrounding such village. On the other hand, we are sure our friends on the farm will agree with us when we say that the Village is (in a measure at least) necessary for the comfort and con venience as a trading point to the people on the farms. We shall at all times conduct the affairs of this store so as to merit the confidence of all its patrons and to try and gain the confidence and respect of those who may become our patrons in the future. We want every one who trades at this store to feel they have a share in it, and to feel at home while here. Our success is based on service, to that we will add quality, fair price, and courteous treatment, and an urgent invitation to call and put us to the test. Faithfully yours, We Set Tire Standards Why is it that United States Tires are setting new records for mileage and serviceability Why is it that the sales of these tires are constantly mounting by leaps and bounds The answer is found in the fac tories where United States Tires are made. Standards of construction for these tires are higher than ever be* fore known in the tire industry. Makers of tire fabrics tell us that the standards we have given them for United States Tire fabrics are higher than any previously known. Likewise through every process of construction from crude rubber to finished tires—we have set new and higher standards everywhere. "These standards work out on your ar in the practical economy de xnanded by war-times. United States Tires will raise any car to higher efficiency. There is a type to suit every con dition of service. The nearest United States Sales and Service Depot dealer will cheer fully aid in selecting right tires for United States Tires United States Tires are good why we sell them. FULLER LAND CO. OLSON, DAILEY & CO. Luverne, N. Dak. tires. That's REPUBLICAN VOTE IN COUNTY Below is the unofficial results of the Republioa votes and the nonpartisan school and judiciary. One precinot is missing in some of the state offiices. Candidate Hope County Congressman, 1st Dist. J. M. Baer 13 H. G. Vick 67 L. J. Frazier 10 Jqhn Steen 73 Lieut. Governor A. T. Kraabel 61 ioward Wood 20 839 339 Governor 817 406 481. 018 Secy, of State 843 293 Thos. Hall 28 L. D. Page 53 Attorney General Wm. Langer 23 788 Geo. P. Homnes 59 334 COUNTY OFFICERS Sheriff A. J. Brakke 4 Albert Sparrow 36 W. B. Rugg 38 449 549 215 Clerk of Court D. W. Vadnie 59 M. J. Mickelson 19 Register of Deeds Ed. P. Evenson 16 G. H. Gilbertson 58 P. O. Sathre 15 C. S. Shippy 64 486 675 411 752 State's Attorney 796 389 State Supt. of Schools N. C. MoDonald 34 Minnie J. Nielson 222 919 972 Supreme Court Justice H. A. Bronson 26 701 Ghas. J. Fisk 89 572 COMMENCEMENT The Thirteenth Annual Com mencement of Hope High School will be held in the Opera House Friday evening. The class of 1918 has eight members: Mary Helen Cassell, Amy Cockle, Adah M. Ehred, Grace Erickson, Fran cis J. Fulmer, Sydney E. Kraabel, Viola C. Olson and S. Percy L. Olson. The program, which starts at 8:00 o'clock p. m., is as follows: Invocation Rev. C. T. Ensign Music, "Rosebuds", Adam Geibel Girls Glee Club Commencement Address Dr. W. L. Stockwell Music, "Song of Spring" Arthur Pearson Select Chorus Presentation of Diplomas N. N. Lunding Music, "The Star Spangled Banner" Francis Scott Key Audience Tfblr.-' :.^lf -j-_ ^i^pW^^lftJLjaaUilMiphliii&i^ HOPE, STEELE COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, JUNE 27, 1918 $2.00 per year, 5 Cts. per copy The following table is the un- offieial returns on the County Seat removal proposition. Precinct Hope Sherb'ke Finley Newburgh 1 11 99 Beaver Creek 0 17 68 Westfield 0 Sharon 81 41 0 2 85 Franklin 1 3 82 Finley 0 0 Golden Lake 78 0 Enger 10 90 0 22 76 Primrose 10 73 10 Sherbrooke 5 68 7 Easton 0 32 27 Greenview 0 2 57 Edendale 51 9 0 Hugo 56 2 a Melrose 50 31 4 Riverside 28 11 2 Broadlawn 70 7 8 Colgate 78 5 8 Carpenter 82 1 0 Willow Lake 40 3 0 Finley Village 0 0 233 Sharon Village 4 77 16 Luverue Village 29 1 3 Hope City 260 3 0 Totals 765 421 936 The philosophy of the W. S. S. is save, save, save. ^IZfi!IZlZI2IZlZIZIZf2IZI2IZIZI2IZI2IZI2IZI2l2IZI2rei2l2IZIZI2l2IZI2I^^ Hope And Finley Get On Ballot for County Seat. 2150 Votes Cast Entire Nonpartisan Ticket, including Baer, nominated on Redublican ticket. Miss Nielson defeats Mc Donald for State Supt. of Schools. Sparrow for Sheriff, Gilbertson for Register of Deeds Mickelson for Clerk of Court, win out. President Wilson says: Fighting Governor of Colorado THE COLLEGE GIRLS Cha&ming musical entertainers MISS EVELYN BARGELT The celebrated cartoonist and inter preter Uncle Sam Wants Voir Chautauqua a pres ent day necessity to buy THRIFT STAMPS It is a PLEASURE to us to sell them at THE EAGLE "The work that the Chautauqua is doing has not lost importance because of the war, but has rather gained opportunities for new service. Let me express my hope that you will let no discouragement weaken your activities, ana that the people will not fail in the support of a patriotic institution that may be said to be an integral part of the national defence/1 Secy, of War Baker says: CHICAGO FESTIVAL OCTET Double quartet of singing artists in grand vocal festival GOV. GEO. A. CARLSON "I am constantly faciug the splendid results of the work done by the Chau tauqua in this country in creating and sustaining a sound patriotic feeling and in earring forward the great national enterprises which the government is necessarily bring to the attention of our people. Note the splendid prospect Where could you hope to get so much at so very low cost. I Melting Pot Company Presenting Zangwill's immortal drama of American Citizenship. A New YorK production. The biggest thing on the Chautauqua platform. ALSO AN EXPERIENCED FIGHTER FROM THE FRONT WILL TELL THE TRUE STORY OF THE GREAT CONFLICT HOPE Chautauqua, July 8 to 12 I Z!IZI2IZI2f2fZfZI2IZIZfZI2I2I2l2fZI2IZIZI2IZIZI2IZI2IZJ2I2IZIZI2f2fZf2fZfZf2fZr2faZfei2IZfZIZfZn«ZIZf2ref2IRfaf VARIETY STORE WITEPSKI'S ORCHESTRA Sweetest and most soulful music of great variety and Gharm. LEW. R. SERATT Famous woodsman and adventurer DR. E. T. HAGERMAN One of the big men with a big message PRES. V. E. SHIRLEY Whe glorifies American life and makes men of the boys i§. te 1 $ W I .'V"- 5sj 1 (i. 'H 'ta I ty I I I 3 $ of v!