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"Vl^HEN you sit down to a meal you like to know that your food came from a store where reputation counts—a store where best quality goods are really best quality. This store offers you that advantage. We buy our stock more carefully than our most particular customer. Staple and Fancy Goods at Low Prices It pays to buy quality goods, particularly when you can get them at prices as low as ours. A fair trial here means a steady customer every time. HONEST VALUES MAKE US GROW A. A. TURNBULL THE TIME IS AT HAND! Whly 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? CALL AND SEE MT STOCK 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 OVEERUN Overrun in butter making comes as a result of the water and salt in the butter. When the Bab •eoek test is made the reading is for the pure fat. The law allows 16 per cent of water in the butter and the usual salt content is 2 Conserve: FLOUR, SUGAR MEATS and FATS But above all things, Keep Cheerful J. F. BECKERJECK ALMO 5 -J) per cent. Then there will be about 1 per cent of casein so that 81 pounds of butter fat will make 100 pounds of butter. This makes an overrun of 23J/ per cent. That is 100 pounds of butter fat wil make 123V-J pounds of butter.— Extension Div. N. D. Agr. College $4.00, P. E. Brewster, Clerk ?4.00, J. A. Klovstad, Clerk $4.00. On motion the Board adjourned to :00 o'clock p. m. Afternoon Session The Board reconvened at 2:00 o'clock p. m. with lour commission ers present. On motion the following bills were allowed: Red River Valley Telephone Co., phone rentals and tolls $27.80 N. Dak. Publishing Co., publishing pro ceedings and election notices $11(5. 24 City of Hope, 75 per cent aid given poor $633.06 Thompson Tards Inc., cement for culverts $25.- J. D. Parkman, dragging on Co. road $20.50 Oscar Anderson, drag ging and cutting weeds on county road $7.20 C. D. Parkman, drag ging on county road $46.SO P. H. Peterson, hauling and making cul verts on county road north of Sharon $62.50 P. H. Peterson, hauling and laying tile on county road east of Sharon $73.00 P. H. Peterson, haul ing and building concrete culverts on county road $153.00 J. D. Hill, dragging roads in Edendale town ship $21.60 L. Ii. Anderson, typewriter paper $3.85 Sharon Reporter, publishing commis sioner proceedings and election not ices $113.87 Steele county. Tribune publishing commissioner proceedings and notices $ 1 S3.S7 S. V. Anderson 1000 stamped envelopes for Co. Supt. $12.56 Steele County Tribune, pub lishing bids for interest $4.06 Steele County Tribune, personal property tax notices $5.00 Alvin 1'. Boe, cash advanced for recording, box rent and postage $5.4 5 .1. M. Devlin, hauling coal for court house $6.75 John Steen State Treasurer examin ation fee for State Examiner $35.00 Clias. E. Taylor, district Court Sten ographer $47.80 G. N. Crimson, mileage and livery hire for Oct. $79.30. On motion the bond for Emergency Fund deposit of the First National Bank of Hope was approved as to amount and sufficiency of surety. On motion the Bond of G. A. Mon teith for publishing List of Delin quent Real Estate Notices was ap proved as to amount and sufficiency of surety. O. W. Williams presented a receipt for the treasurer amounting to $54.00 which was the amount received from the sale of old bridge lumber at bridge between Sherbrooke and Gol den Lake townships. On motion the Board adjourned until Friday, Nov. 15th, 1918. November JStli, U)1H The Board convened at 10:00 o'clock A. M., present Chairman Verwest and Commissioners Johnson and Williams. The following committees were ap pointed to check the different officers: L. Verwest and Williams to check the Treasurer's office and S. W. John son was appointed to check the re maining offices. The checking was completed at 4:00 o'clock P. M. and reports were submitted as follows: Treasurer's Office Balance on hand July 1st, 1918 $57694.74 Collections July, Aug., Sept., and Oct., 1918 37828.93 Collections Nov. 1st to 14th incl 2335.08 Payments July, Aug., Sept. and Oct., 1918 Payments Nov. 1st to 14th incl., 1918 Balance on hand Nov. 14th, 1918 «m win Buurn Woell, dragging roads in Edendale township $7.30 C. E. Houser, dragging roads in Edendale township $4.50 A. R. Wright, dragging roads in Edendale township $21.60 Oscar Gjellereit, dragging roads in Enger township $9.00 lngebregt L. Viken, dragging roads in Enger township $13.95 S. P. Pope, dragging roads in Colgate township $11.70 Even E. Sondreal, dragging roads in Beaver Creek township $16.31 Peder Midstokke, •dragging roads in Franklin township $15.05 Axel Person, dragging roads in Willow Lake township $22.95 Ed. Bjerke, dragging roads in Beaver Creek township $16.20 John E. Lindgren, dragging roads in Melrose township $9.90 Riverside Township, 75 per cent aid given poor $431.83 Nettie Al. Boe, cash advanced for ex press, cartage and postage $28.05 Walker Bros., general election sup plies $188.52 Globe-Gazette Print ing Co., 2000 Co. warrants and jus tice blanks $43.69 Miller-Davis Co., set extension tax tables $25.00 Albert B. Guptill, salary Juvenile commr. for October $16.80 S. V. $97858.75 $33050.74 4078.41 60729.60 $9785S.75 Funds and Where Kept First National Bank, Hope $5605.10 Hope National Bank .... 4361.74 First National Bank, Finley 4134.30 State Bank, Finley 3530.10 First National Bafik,Sharon 3560.41 Citizens State Bank, Sharon 2986.81 Blabon State Bank 3662.52 Colgate State Bank 3391.18 Luverne state Bank .... 2507.95 Pioneer State Bank .... 2536.75 Drafts and Checks 11.48 Currency and Silver .... 166.61 Credits 274.65 Time Deposits (Emergency Fund) 24000.00 $60729.60 Itegister of Deeds Collections July $50.50, August $51.65, Sept. $54.50, Total $156.65 Clerk of District Court Collections July $15.00, August $18.50, Sept. $10.00, Total $43.50. County Judge Collections July $7.00, August $3.25, Sept. $1.00, Total $Tl.25. County Auditor Collections July $1.50, August $360.25, Sept. $1.00, Total $362.75. Superintendent of Schools Collections July, Aug., and Sept. $14.00. Sheriff Collections July $8.40, Aug. $2.00 Sept. $6.70, Total $17.00. Vouchers were exhibited showing that all fees had been properly turned into the treasury according to law On motion the reports were ap proved and nled. On motion the following resolu tion was adopted: Be it resolved that hereafter Town ships desiring the County's assist ance in grading of any portion of road shall be required to pay one hall' the cost of same. On motion the Board adjourned to meet Dec. 5th, 191S. G. J. MUST State of North Steele. In County Court AD, County Auditor. By Nettie M. Boe, Deputy. Notice to Creditors State ot North Dakota Count of Steele I In County Court, IN THE MATT 10It Ol'' TUK KSTAT1C OK lilt 1ST ANY IK). Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, administrator of theestateot Breta Nybo, late of the township of Willow l.ake.ln the County of Steele and State of North Dakotu,'deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit their claims with the necessai'.v vouchers, within six months after the iirst publication of this notice, to the undersigned at his resi dence on the N. 10.1-4 of Section 1U, Township 144, Range r7,(postotUce address, Hope, N. D.). Dated November 12, 1918. HOLME NYBO Administrator of the estate of Hreta N'.vbo, Deceased Wm. ltAun.AY Attorney for Administrator Sherbrooke, N. D. 5t First publication November 14, 1SI18. \OTICK OF IlK VHIXti 1'ETITIOX FOIl It'KXSH TO Si:LI. IIKAll HSTATE Dakota. County of Hefore Hon. Ai'.am S. Moote, Judge. In the Mater of the Kstalc of Florence Tucker, Deceased. George Murray, Petitioner, vs. Samuel C. Tucker, Marion Tucker, Claude Tucker, Creed Tucker, and R. A. Latlirop ass Guardian of the Instates of Claude Tucker anil Creed Tucker, Minor heirs of Florence Tucker, deceased. Respondents*. The State of North Dakota to tlie above named "Respondents and all persons interested in the Kstate of Florence Tucker, Deceased. You, and each of you, are hereby notified that Hie petition of George Murray, Administrator of the Kstat of Florence Tucker, late of the City of Champaign, County of Champaign and State of Illinois, deceased, has been tiled in this Court, therein petitioning that he be authorized, empowered anil directed to sell all the real estate be longing to said decedent's estate, des cribed as follows, to-wit: An undivided one-fourth (14) inter est of, in and to the Sountliwesi quar ter (SW'/i) of Section thirty-two (X2), in Township One hundred forty-five (115), North of Range Fifty-four ("»•!), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, in Steele County, North Dakota. That said petition will be heard and duly considered by this court at the Court Rooms of said Court, in the County Court 1 louse, in the Village of Sherbrooke, in said Steele County, North Dakota, on Friday, the 10,th day of January, A. D. 11)10, at ten (10) in the forenoon of that day. Or, in the event the County Seat of said Steele County shall be then locat ed and established at the Village of Finley, in the said County, then and in that ease the Court Rooms of this Court, on the second lloor of the First National ttanU of Finley, Village of Finley, in the said County of Steele, at the time above mentioned. Is Further Ordered, That you, and each of you, are hereby cited and re quired to be and appear before the Judge of this Court, at said time and place, and then and there show cause, if any there be why said petition should not be granted. Dated November 18th, 1918. By the Court, (Seal) ADAM S. MOOTR, ib Tbe best Judge. NOTICE OK DESIGNATION OP CO UN ITY SEAT OK STEHI.E COUNTY Whereas, the proposition whether the county seat of Steele County, North Dakota, shall be located at the Village of Finley, or at the City of Hope, in said Uteeie County was duly and regu larly submitted to the voters qualified to vote upon said proposition at the general election held on the 5th day November, 11)18, after proceedings pre viously had as provided by law and whereas the total number of votes cast upon said proposition fit said general election was 2320, of which 1291 votes were cast for the Village of Finley, and 1026 votes were cast for the City of Hope and whereas, the Village of Finely having received the majority of all the votes cast upon said propo sition at the said general election, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that by reason of the proceedings previously had and the result of the vote at the said general election upon said propo sition, at the general election held on the 5th day of November, 1918, and in pursuance of the statutes in such cases made and provided, it is hereby declar ed by the Commisisoners of said Steele County met in regular session .that the Village of Finley in said Steele County, be, and it hereby is, designated as the county seat of Steele County, North Da kota, from and after the 16th day of December, 1918. Dated at Sherbrooke, N. D., Novem ber 12th, 1918. By order of the Board of County Commissioners of Steele County. G. J. Mustad, Co. Aud. by Nettie M. Boe, Deputy. NOTICE TO CREDITORS State of North Dakota, County of Steele, ss. County Court. In the Matter of of the Estate of Florence Tucker, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by George Murray, Administrator of the estate of Florence Tucker, Deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to pre sent them, with the necessary vouchers, to the said Administrator at the office of C. S. Shippy at the City of Hope, North Dakota, within four months after the first publication of this notice. Dated this 9th day of November, 1918. GEORGE MURRAY, Administrator of the Estate of Florence Tucker, deceased. First publication November 14, 1918. Washing Chrystals and Starch Dressing make laundry work easy. Call for samples. Shoe White for white shoes. For sale by Mrs. J. A. Bowen. Scott Tissue Towels, paper, are on sale at the Pioneer Office. Every school, public building and public washroom should be sup plied and they are very handy in the home. 40c per carton. Sweeping Compound at the Pioneer office. See that your school is supplied. IW sign Telephone us, 1 VERWEST, Chairman Board of County Commis sioners, Steele County. Attest: DR. E. R. L. Buy Liberty Bonds until s— a buy more to slop the pain The First National Bank Hope North Dakota tor a meet market Numerous customers But Star A'leat Market T. THORSLAND, Proprietor. We Guarantee Satisfaction as to Price and Qual ity when you buy our O E I E S Call at our store and give us an opportunity to demonstrate. THE HOPE BAKERY Ferd. Grams, Prop. Hope. North Dakota F*eil rri Hotel DRAY LINE C. S. ECAN, Prop. General Draying Household Goods Moved Without Injury or Risk iVo. DENTIST Office over First National Bank Phone No. 181 Hops, N. D. I. W. STANDLEY, AUCTIONEER Live Stock and Farm Sales A Specialty Write or phone at my expense (or dates HOPE NORTH DAKOTA -E9 ad We endeavor 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 141, tor prompt attention Mr. Acmez Old King Koales ACME HOT STUPH Sootless, Clinker! ess—Burns Longer, More Heat Less Ashes, Less Smoke For Sale by E. J. MILL1GAN, Hope, N. Dak. DR. E. M. WATSON Physician and Surgeon Office over First National Bank Phones: Residence 158, Office 181 HOPE N. DAK Shotwell Floral Co. "ggg Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Night or Day. 41-tf. 'Send for Catalogue.