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THURSDAY. JUNE 17tli, 1920.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC My shoif will be closed for two weeks beginning July 1st, 1920. Al bert Ring.— Adv. 12-3tp. LOST—Monday p.m. between 5 and 6, a pair of ladies' white silk stockings, bought at Ruppelius'. Re turn to Mrs. J. Cole.—Adv. PARIS GREEN 2RI2IZRI2RISBraai2IZraZIZIBI2raa2ra2l2l2f2RRIZIZI2IZIZIZIZIZfZI2n PER POUND, 75 cents Special price on quantity 2fZIZI2IZIZIiJZI2l2IZI2RI2I2I2f22f2l2IZI2IZI2l2I2J2IZIZIZI2!ZI21ZIEIZIZIZI2li WAMBERG'S PHARMACY EXTRA SPECIAL J. C. WAMBERG, Prop. 20 Bars Lenox Soap $1.00 GRAM'S Cash Store ANNOUNCEMENT Having been endorsed for Representative from the Sixteenth Legislative District by the Republican Convention, I hereby announce my candidacy, upon the following platform: Economy and efficiency in administering state business. Equality before the law for every citizen and for every legitimate business. Advancement of our educational and moral standards, and passage of all practical measures for the up-building of our agricultural interests. A government FOR North Dakota BY North Dakotans. If the voters of the district see fit to elect me to this position it will be my utmost endeavor to merit their confidence. Hope, North Dakota. Hope, North Dakota TAKEN UP Stray pig came to my placc. Owner may have same by proving property and paying charges. H. C. EPPING, 12-3t Hope, N. D. FOR SALE—Some g-tod pot no" H. C. Epping, Hope, N. D. 12-2t R. A. LATHROP. "i POLITICAL AN NOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY JUDGE I hereby announce myself a candidate for reelection to the office of county judge of Steele county, N. D., subject to the decision at the primary election to be held in .Tune, 1920. Your. vote and in fluence will be thankfully received. THE HOPE PIONEER ADAM S. MOOTE. FOR CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk of the District Court, of Steele County, North Dakota, subject to the decision at the Primary Election in June, 1920. and re spectfully solicit your vote and support. Sincerely, M. J. MICKELSON. FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Steele County, North Dakota, subject to the decision of the voter at the Primary Election in June, 1920, and respectfully solicit your vote and support. Sincerely, ALBERT SPARROW. FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS I hereby announce that I am a candi date for re-election to the olHee of Reg ister of Deeds, subject to the will c.f the voters of Steele County at tlie Primary Election. You)- vote and iiil'.uence will be appreciated. G. H. GILBERTSON FOR CLERK OF COURT I hereby announce myself as candidate for the office of Clerk of Court for Steele County, subject to the will of the voters at the June Primaries. The votes and influence of mv friends will be appreci ated. Yours truly. G. A. MONT1SITH. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR To the Voters of Steele County: This :s to announce that I am a can didate for re-election to the office of County Auditor. I have appreciated your support in the past and will thank you for a kind word and your vote this year. The Primary Election will be held on June 30th. Respectfully, G. J. MUSTAD. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce to the voters of Steele County that I 'am a candidate for the nomination as Register of Deeds at the June primaries. I appreciate the en dorsemcnt given me for this position at the Nonpartisan League Convention, and will make the race as the farmers' can didate. Your support will be appreciated. GILBERT A. ENGKN. FOR REPRESENTATIVE I hereby respectively submit my can 11 dacy for Representative from the 16th Legislative District, subject to the de clsion of the voters at the June Primar ies. I am heartily in sympathy with the platform adopted at the Republican State Convention at Minot and if elected, will use my best efforts in behalf of my con stituents regardless of what vocation in lifost.hey may be. To this end I kindly ask for your vote anil support. Sincerely. E. A. ERICICSON. FOR COUNTY AUDITOR I hereby annouce myself as candidate ixiujuuvb tiijobit. tm i.iulUiC for auditor ol Steele County, subject lu the will'of the voters at the primary elec tion on June 30, 1920. If nominated elected I pledge myself to devote my tire time to the office and perform duties to the best of my ability. to and en the P. CONRAD HANSON And they do claim that some up pish and discontented school teach ers expect to earn as much as housework girl. Makes no difference if the people do starve next winter, the five days week crowd must have their Satur days in idleness. tEbe Ibope pioneer HOPE. NORTH DAKOTA Published by the NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. H. J. PEPPER, Manager SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year $2.00 Six Months 1.00 Entered at the post office at Hope, North Dakota, as second class matter. OUNTY SCHOOL NURSE REPORTS The week beginlng June 7th about twenty children were inspected in Edendale and forty in Primrose. A demonstration in Home Nursing was given in Finley and Sharon. Similar demonstrations will be given in Fin ley, Sharon and Hope this week. The season is near at hand when ev^ry mother who has a baby under two years of age will begin to appre hend that dread disease called "Sum mer Complaint." To prevent this disease, keep baby's strength up by keeping him clean, cool and comfor table, by daily bathing, by loose light clothing, by keeping him out of doors as much as possible—but in the shade and protected from flies and other insects by screens or net ting, by keeping. the bed roo'm well aired and ventilated etc. Utmost care must at this time be given to baby's food. Milk into clean scalded pails, set in scalded crocks or pans In a cool place away from flies, wash and boil baby'§, bottle and nipple be tween each feeding, other foods giv en the baby should have the same care as milk as summer complaint is caused by germs entering the baby's body through unclean food. There fore let the slogan be, "Absolutely clean and Pure." Don't wait to call the doctor if the baby does not feel well, for getting treatment and di rections for his feeding in time may mean saving his life. Much valuable leading material can be had by send ing a postal card to the Treasury De partment, Washington, D. C. or De partment of Labor, also of Washing ton, and asking for bulletins on the feeding and care of children. Sin gle copies are sent to any one abso lutely free of charge. The fly is ba by's deadly enemy as he is always carrying disease germs from the toilets and barns to baby's nipple and alighting on baby's food. Destroy him. Th,e school, officers' meeting for Steele county has been postponed to June 22. NONPARTISAN PICNIC IS AVELL ATTENDED SATD'Y The Nonpartisan meeting held in Cockle's Grove Saturday, June 12th was a big sucess from every stand point. A large crowd of farmers were present. The speakers were in troduced by Mr. Chester Brasted Mr. Johanson, Steele and Griggs County Nonpartisan organizer, spoke for a short time and his talk was en joyed by alf. Rev. Harrison, Congre gational minister from Wisconsin then spoke. His splendid address will be remembered a long time by his hearers. He showed how. the Nonpartisan League program helped the cause of humanity and religion and urged that such a splendid move ment was worthy of the support of all. S. W. Johnson, the popular repre sentative from this district, said few words, he then introduced his daughtr, Miss Ruth, of Colgate, as candidate for "State Superintendent of Schools." Miss Johnson gave short address and all were very fav orably impressed. After the speak ers had finished, farmers and their wives had a ffie time visiting, prac tically all were unamious in favor Nonpartisan League program. Don't forget the Farmers' Picnic at Erickson's Grove June 18th. Gov. Fiazier will speak and others. Come and bring the whole family. CONTRIBUTED. HOG CHOLERA PREVENTION Hog cholera is a very contagious disease. When it gets into a herd it spreads to all the animals quickly and according to Dr. Schalk of North Dakota Agricultural College it can be carried to other herds do^s, birds, on wagon wheels, on shoes, etc. Hogs can be made lriune to hog cholera by injecting serum. This Immunity will last to six weeks. It is used when cholera breaks out in the neighbor" hood. The North Dakota Agricul tural College keeps a suply of serum on hand that it sells for $1.10 100 c. c. It has been tested so runs no chances in using it. the by our im per one The draft dodgers should be per fectly willing to go to jail, as they will be much safer there than else where. J" is a safe shelter Monday sickness in work horses is quite common, according to Dr. Schalk of the North Dakota Agricul tural College. He states that this Monday sickness is azoturia and is caused by lack of exercise accom panied with heavy feeding on Sun day. for Your Family WHAT WOULD THAT LITTLE FAMILY OF YOURS DO RIGHT NOW IF ANY THING HAPPENED TO YQU AND YOU DIDN'T HAUE A DOLLAR? LOTS OF THINGS GOULD HAPPEN TO YOUR EARNING POWER. HADN'T YOU BETTER START A BANK AC COUNT? PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK. THE HOPE NATIONAL BANK SUNDAY FEED FOR WORK HORSES Phone No. 35 Hope, N. Dak. In the stables of most large trans fer companies in cities the grain ra tion is lowered by 13 to 1-2 on Sun day simply to avoid the possibility of bringing on azoturia. Proper handling on Sunday of the horses at hard work should begin on Saturday night with a bran mash or a feed of boiled barley as the evening grain ration. This has a cooling and mild laxative effect on the digestive sys tem of the horse and prepares him for the proper digestion of,his Sun day feed, even tho he does 'not get the usual week day exercise. The use of the bran mash on Saturday evening followed by a reduction of the grain ration of Sunday by one third the amount fed on week days will practically eliminate danger of azoturia in horses at hard work and will help to keep the horses in gener al good health. laaSaai For Trucks and Tractors of SEbwe's Truck and Tractor Paint Buying a new truck or tractor is one thing. Keeping it like new ii another. One takes a roll of bills—tho other takes but one bill off the rolL One is good for tho other fel low's business—the other Is goodfor your business. What's good for your business* is good for you. If surprising what a little Mone,y (©**4 CHO CHO IN NO- DAK. Cho Cho the noted health clown in his two weeks' stay in North Dakota,^ spoke to 28,860 people. It is^esti mated that three-fourths of, this nurflber were children. Cho Cho said he had larger audiences in North Dakota than he had ever met before in his health lectures. He also said that he had never seen such boosters as North Dakotans are. Cho Cho emphasized the need of milk for children and gave the fol lowing Cho Chogram: "M is for milk, makes muscle and bone. One pint a day would be best till you're grown." It should be either cows or goats milk and not canned milk according to Cho Cho. Oat meal was classed very high as a food as well as carrots, onions, boiled cabbage and spinach. But cu cumbers, radishes, pickles, and pep per he classed as bad for boys and girls. He also denounced doughnuts and all food prepared in the frying pan as being bad for boys and girls. As evidence of the value of the foods that he recommended he opened his coat and displayed his vest covered^ with medals that he had won in ath letic contests because he was strong. tSmmmSmSmSaSSsmfad^ae Also Wagons and Implements paint will do ft bep tracks and tractors sew, Lowe Brothers' paint for trucks, tractors, wagons and machinery ia mad* for that one purpose and no other. Knowing the reputation «f Lowe Brothers' Paint, that's about all you need to know about this particular paint Come in and ask facta about this fiatafc KING & SMITH Hope, No. Dakota ^Paints