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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY OTH, 1010
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President William Howard Taft in his
talks to American bankers praised the
work they are doing.
Did you ever stop to consider what
this country would be without banks?
There never were as many bank de
positors in the United States as there are
today.
Are you a depositor?
If y»u are not, see us today about open*
ing an account.
Horse Shoeing Wood Work
Acetylene Welding
C. MADSEN
Blacksmith
HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA
Engine Repairing Give us a trial
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or .:_*
j".! barn are good materials, proper
i.r.d insulation.
ocd have been used in barn building
-r.n iourd thc.t makes as warm and
wuo:! bai a. And for long life
:c:rs, your barn should be covered on
TV
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li i!-
*-:-., specifications and bill of
'.c hype of barn, or any other
i:'?:',rnuhed on
request, together
the cost. V/e will gladly arrange
suit yoi i* individual needs.
a 7rn is ch :,.,ier now than it has
(. in tir.d let uj t!iow you.
Ed. W. Hanson
(Good Service)
Phone 119 Hope, N.
WANTED
100,000 lbs of Batter Fat
WK I'AV CASH
llriiif us your (Jreiiin, Huttcr, Ktftfs u»J Poultry.
Blakly Block Hope, N.
NORTHWEST FAHMfORS O-OPKRATlVi: DAIRV COMPANY
TARGO, X. DAK.
Dak.
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THE HOPE PIONEER
HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA
Published by the
NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO.
L. J. BOWEN, Managing Editor
SUBSCRIPTION HA TBS:
One Year $2.00
Six
Months 1.00
Entered at the post office at Hope. North Da
cot a. a second
cUrr
tu
atter.
Ella Sonstrud to Emerson E. Bald
win, W. D. NNVV4 21-146-55. $G40n.
First National Bank of Hops to
James T. Cassell, N% 2.7, and N1J
(except Wl-20th) 144-5. S2.^.:?^0.
w. b.
John S. Palfrey and w!'e to Hugo
Gunkel, SiA of S'/& 18-14 t-56, Q.C.D.
$1.00.
M. B. Cassell and wife to Martin
E. Hetland, NW14 34-1U-56. Sjmc
W. D. $1.
Grace E. Anderson and hiishand to
James JI. Devlin, Lots 22, *23 and £4,
Blk. 7, Original townsite Shevbrooke,
$450, W. D.
R. F. Wright et el to Oiiiierc K.
Jordet, W. D. SE 3 aa:l N \V 10
146-55, $11,200.
Edwin Nyhus and wife to i!mil
Salander, W. D. NE14 :i1
-i -5
5.
$6000.
C. G. Carlson and wife to O. II.
Frojen. W. D. NWVi 11-146-57,
$5200.
Cora M. Cochrane and husbi.ud to
Betsy Carlson, W. D. Lots 7. Sand 9,
Blk. 1, Third addition to Finley 34000
Lloyd E. Wilcox to Chas. M. Copen
haver, W. D. SV2 17-145-56, $12,S00.
First National Bank of Mayville to
Rollof G. Thykeson, Q. C. D. NE14
15-147-55, SI
Sarah Olson et al to Ole L. Tenold,
W. D. NE14 24-148-57, $6400.
Dwight Farm Land Co. to Samuel
Oxton, W. D. Vacated streets and al
leys and various lots in Bills. 9, 10
and 15, Original townsite Finley,
$245.60.
Margaret Brunsdale to Rj. E. Ander
son, W. D. Si& 10-146-55, $10,435.
Gilbert F. Enger to Ole O. Rendahl,
W. D. SW14 30-14S-56, $6400.
Edward S. Fawcett to Mary E. H.
Black, W. D. Lot 1 and E10 ft. Lot
2, Blk. 22,Original townsite Hope. $1.
M. Sigbert Awes Company to G. H.
Stavens, W. D. N% 18 and SEVi 7
147-55, $1.
Gilbert F. Enger to Sharon Land
& Loan Company, W. D. NE'/t 25
148-57, $6400.
Dwight Farm & Land Company to
Frank Long, W. D. NE% 17-147-57,
$5400.
Newburgh School District to Karie
C. Bye, Q. C. D. Portion of NE of
NW% 26-148-54, $1.
John Holcomb and wife to Sarah
Holcomb, 30-144-55, $1.
Marianne Kristine Halvorson Ad
ministratrix to Great Northern Rail
way Co., D. strip thru W% NEV4
SE14 NEW NEW SEW 27-148-57,
$660.60.
E. G. Quamme and wife to Olivia
Sondreal, W. D. Lots 13 to 18, Blk.
23, First Addition to Finley, $3000
Hugo Gunkel and wife to John S.
Palfrey Q. C. D. S% of SVfc 18-144
56, $1.
State o£ North Dakota to Clarence
W. Archer, Patent NEW 36-146-57,
State of North Dakota to Clarence
W. Archer, Patent SEW 36-146-57,
Pearl I. Tillotson and husband to
Oscar H. Damon. W. I. E
1bope pioneer HERE IS YOUR CHANGE TO
LEARN ABOUT TRACTORS
N.D.RA.
UKAL KSTATK TItAXSFKKS
Ueal Estate transfers filed with the
Register of Deeds of Steele County
during the month of January, 1919.
Dwight Farm Land Co. to R. J.
Sluggett, W. D. SW% 29-147-56,
$7,350.
Hillsboro National Bank to John K.
Sund, W. D. portion NWy4 2S-14G-56
$2,598.25.
H. A. Borstad and wife to Otto
Anderson, W. D. AVI20 ft. of N50 ft.
of lot 1. Blk. G, Original townsite of
Qlubon, N. D. $500.
Dwight Farm Land Co. to Steele
County Fair Association, W. D. All
of Blocks 5, 7 and 8 an.l lot* 1 to -1
and lots 8 to 14, Blk. fi, Thir-.l addi
tion to Finley, $600.
V2
6-145-54.
$19,200.
Oscar H. Damon and wife to Pearl
I. Tillotson, W. D. All sec. 13 and\VV£
24-145-54, $33,600.
Seth D. Curry to Kate M. Curry. W
D. Lots 1 to 12 and 16 to 20, Blk. 3,
Hope N'/& 33-145-56, ^nd inter
est all sec. 13-144-57, $1.
Ole A. Fosse and wife to Mary Bowe
W. D. Lots 4, Sand 6, Blk. 22, First
Addition to Finley, $950.
State of North Dakota to Anton
Jacobson, Patent, SWW 36-144-57.
State of North Dakota to Anton
Jacobson, Patfent, SEW 36-144-57.
United States of America to Heirs
of Amos U. Rugg, Deceased, NWW
2-144-55, Patent.
Louise V. Cox et al to Winfield B.
Rugg, W. D. NWW 2-144-55, $1.
First National Bank, Finley to P.
Tractor School to Help All Who are
Interested in Power Farming
A tractor school is to be held in the
warehouse of the Hope Implement
Co., Hope, N. I), on February 11th
ind 12th, 1919.
This is a rare opportunity for trac
tor owners and all who are interested
in farm power. You will get some
valuable first-hand information on
tractors. A tractor is not a compli
cated machine but there are a great
many more things to know about a
tractor than some of the ordinary
farm machines. If the owner is to
keep the tractor running properly he
should understand it thoroughly. It
is very important that all tractors are
kept, in good condition, especially is
that true this year.
The tractor school to be held by
the Hope Implement Company will be
thoroughly practical in every way.
The instructors are men who have
been handling tractors for a number
of years and not only know tractors
from the standpoint of theory but
have operated them and can give you
the benefiit of their practical exper
ience.
Come prepared to ask questions.
You are invited to put your problems
up to the instructors and we assure
you they will be in a position to be of
help. It might be a good plan for
you to make a list of the things you
want to know about your tractor and
have them ready at the tractor school
Time may not permit answering all
the questions but they will be ans
wered by correspondence or the in
formation will be given you in the
form of a book. Every possible effort
will be made to give the tractor own
ers the information that will help
them.
The company has prepared a book
covering the principles of construc
tion, care and operation of tractors,
and all who attend the school will re
ceive a copy of this book free of
charge. It deals with the points of
discussion that will be brought up at
the school and will be of special ad
vantage to the men who attend bo
caus they can study it after they have
gone back home. Authorities say
that this book is the best one on trac
tors now in print.
The tractor school will be absol
utely free to all who care to attend.
There wil be no fes or charges for any
of the instruction. All material will
be furnished free. There will be
nothing offered for sale and there will
be no selling talks. The school is
conducted purely for the benefit of
those interested in power farming and
is not limited to those owning or op
erating tractors.
Make your plans now so that you
can spare the time to be at the school.
It will be worth your while.
Don't forget the date! Plan to
come and learn more about tractors
and engines. The school opens
promptly at S A. M.
-Advertisement.
Meteorological Observations
Taken by J. T. MsCann
Date Temperature Character
Jan. High Low Precip. of day
19 33 19 1 .00 Clear
20 31 16 1.00 Cloudy
21 32 14 .00 1 Cloudy
22 17 11 .00 Cloudy.
23 32 12 .00 Clear
24 35 18 .00 Clear
25 31 20 .00 1 Clear
26 35 22 .00 leai
27 32 12 .00 Clear
28 25 0 .00 1 Clear
29
1
31 10 .00 1 Clear
30 22 11 .00 1 Clear
31 15 -4 .00 1 Clear
1 17
0
.00 1 Cloudy
NOTICE FOR BIDS
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Education of Colgate Special
School District will receive sealrd bids
for the construction of an addition to
the old school house, 14 38 ft., and
the erection of a stage, also Tor the
laying of a new floor in said school
building. Plans and specifications are
on file with the clerk. Bids will be
received up to the hour of twe o'clock
P. M., on Saturday, February 15th,
1919.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
Dated at Colgate, N. Dak., this 5th
day of February, 1919.
By order of the Board.
T. O. KELLY, Clerk
Bnrley and Wild Oats are hard to
separate with a fanning mill. Bring
a sample in and run it through our
Colfax Wild Oat Separator and see
the result. Will also separate Wild
oat from tame oats.
HOPE IMPLEMENT CO.
O. Sathre, W. D. S46 ft. of N107 ft.
Lot 3, Blk. 19, First Addition to Fin
ley, $800.
Our line of
TOUR1XC
CAR
KINABOl
UUDAX
THE TIME
IS AT HANOI
£v rM'-iif'
LADIES!
jar
Toilet Articles
is complete
Wamberg's Pharmacy
Hope, N.
Dak.
News From-The Front
With the Ford Motor Company, resuming
production of its various models, we as their
authorized distributors for this vicinity are
again in a position to accept orders for im
mediate delivery.
We do not wish to convey the impression
that we have cars in stock, as no Fords will
be shipped until we have sufficient bona fide
orders from our customers on file for imme
diate delivery.
Place your order with us NOW and assure
yourself of a FORD CAR when the busy spring
season presents itself.
PRICES, F. O. II., DETROIT
$525.00
$500.00
$775.00
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?
CALL AMD SEE MY 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
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TRUCK
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GARAGE
Ford Agents Hope, N.
Dak.
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