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Quality and Prices to suit all.
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Iron and Wooden Toys
of all description, all pew
and up-to-date. Presents
suitable for every child.
ISEMINfiER'S
NEWS
STAND.
Canutes.
McFadden's Faultless
Candies,*'the nicest pack­
age and bulk line in town,
all new and fresh.
Ifoope pioneer
HOPE, N. D.
By PEPPER & STEVENS.]
Official Newspaper of. Steele County.
SUBSCRIPTION KATES:
Per Year, In adrancep.:.L.. St.33
Six Months.........^.. 75
Entered at the post office at Hope, North Da
kota, as second class matter.
THURSDAY, DEC. IP, 1901.
Miss Elizabeth Freston, Pres.
of the state W. C. T. U., was
ir.arried to Rev. Mr. Anderson,
of Erayton, N. D., Wednesday
evening, of last week, at Tower
Citv. *•-. ..
Manitoba raised 50,502,035
bushels of wheat and 266,420
bushels of flax this year, accord
ing to the official crop statement.
Wheat averaged 25.1 and flax 12.7
bu sbels per acre.
Wm. H. Brown & Co. of
Devi.'s Lake, recently purchased
60,00) acr.s of land in Morton
county. The entire track will
be immediately put on the
1
market and sold toactual settlers.
Auumbcrof papers favor an
island for anarchists, but arc not
agreed as to the island. How
^voul I it do to dump them out
intorthe middle of the ocean and
let thein select their own island?
—Ka: fcas City Journal.
President Skinner in an ad
dress before the great live stock
convention recently held in
(jCbicaeo*•
9
£e. live stock
"business in Chicago is transacted'
^ln a space of. a mile square.
?£hirty-liv
epe cent of the pop
ulation of Chicago receives i's
^.-'support and living, from this
^"square mile. The entire whole-
Vale business of Chicago last year
$12,000,000 less than the live
business of the city. This
|f§cnormous business., ^amounting
nearly $1,000,000 daily, so
banks fbyji yequlrie (he handl
ing of fers'tnan $10,C00 actual
Cash. This is becaustf of our
nesty -and business integrity.
|tea we put our name to a
or W.we will do anything
ord goes."
.* IB

Everything New and Novel. No Old and Shop-worn Goods.
Mater Sets
AND Cbfnaware
"Water Sets at all prices
and they are elegant.
Chinaware of all descrip
tions, suitable for young
and old.
Grapha-—
Dhone.
GIVEN AWAY!
A ticket given away
with every 50 cent pur
chase of Holiday Goods.
The lucky holder of the
right ticket gets the gra
phaphone and six records.
Box
Stationery
A fine line of box sta
tionery suitable for Holi
day presents. Come and
make vour selection.
An elegant line of Christmas Tree Ornaments and Candles.
"Doll Go-Carts and Trunks. Rocking Horses, natural as life.
Come and look my stock over before purchasing.
CUMRlSXT/llbES!
PURELY PERSONAL
Dr. Fead made a business trip
to Aneta yesterday,
Ole Satrom, of Clifford, was
a visitor in the city Tuesday.
O. G. Major visited at Dazey
last we k, returning home Sun
day.
W. J. McLean went to Minnea
polis Monday, where he will
spend the winter.
Thos. Blegen, of Woodvi.le,
Wis., brother-in-law of B. T.
Kraabel, is visiting in the city.
Miss Rachel Taylor has closed
her school near Finley and is
now stopping with her parents
in this city.
Mrs. O. Connell, of Page, was
in town during train hours Mon
day. She came up to have some
dental work done.
Mrs. Link and daughter de
parted last evening for Rochest
er, N. Y., where they will make
their home in the future. The
best wishes of a large circle of
friends go with them.
P. Shellman, of Fairmont,
Minn., was in the city recently.
Mr. Shellman has purchased a
fine tecticn of land north of this
citv and will move his family to
North Dakota in the early spring.
He ordered the Pioneer sent to
his address.
20
ute II).
Catawbas Grapes .JHO cts basket
Celery..
Cocoa nuts
l'ears
Cranberries
Ilubbard Squash.
Faccy Apples
Cabbage..
Onions
Sweet Potatoes...
.50 cts Ou"5
..... .,5 els.
.25 cts Doz
... 10 cts qt.
10 cts.
...85.00 blil.
cts lb.
3 cts lb.
3 cts lb.
teev''*
^A-a FiH4
Stalls.
•j
Novelty Dolls, the
largesf and most varied
assortment ever brought
to Hope. Also kid and
chini Dolls of all sizes.
See them.
1SENIH6ER'S
NEWS
SI AND.
Books.
Books for everybody,
from the youngest to the
oldest. All of them new
and standard works.
Landlord Wheeler went down
to the Twin Cities last Friday,
returning home Tuesday. Mrs.
Wheeler accompanied him home.
Supt. Hasselquist was in the
city yesterday visiting the
schools. The Pioneer was fav^
ored with a pleasant call from
the gentleman.
Mrs. Eva Warner and children,
"Buzz" aud Gorden, arrived yes
terday from their home at Vienna,
S. D, They will spend the holi
days yisiting relatives and
friends in this city. J. A. is ex
pected before Xmas.
The ad. of Fid wards, Wood &
Co., of Minneapolis, will be found
in this issue. After this week
wc will print a weekly market
letter, which we think will be of
interest to our readers.
Frank L. Palmer, represent
ing the Pythian Advocate, of
Minneapolis, Minn., was solicit
ing subscriptions in this city the
first of the week. He attended
the K. of P. meeting Monday«
evening and gave the boys some
pointers i:i Pvthianism.
Pastor J. G. Dingle departed
last Monday evening for a trip
down in Missouri, where he' will
spend the holidays visiting rela
tives. There will be preaching
every Sunday evening at the M.
E. church during his absence by
Rev. P. J. Ilenness, of Iowa.
FOR CHRISTMAS TINE:
Orange* 20cte Doz
Bananas 30 cts Doz
ljoniouB 23 ctB Doz
MalHga Grapes
Bread, 2 lb loaf 10 eta—3 for 25 cts
Buns jo cts Doz.
10 cts Doz/
Coukiep
10 CIB 'DOZ.
Cream ruffs 3" els I?oz.
Fried Cukes .,2doz for 25cts..
KiPBt'S.. ". 10 cts D«z.
1'li'S .,,,13 cts.
Jelloy Rolls 10 d(s.
Coffee Cakes 15 cts Doz.
CONFECTIONERY.
Roach's cr Guteriu's SJixed Candy
by pail, 10 cts lb, ..
Chocolates 40ijtslb.
Bon Bons in 1 ond 2 lb boxes
Nu ts, Figs, Dates, Etc. Etc.-.
Your For Business,
as- Loney-S^
sctz::
Mrs. A.
IS. Warner and sister,
Mrs. Chalmers, visited witn
Fin'.ey friends yesterday.
Comrade S. Cgrry was up
from Colgate yesterday—as hap
py as ever.
Grandpa Warner departed
Tuesday, by way of Clifford, for
Fargo- where ne met C. E. War
ner and family, of Hazel, S. D..
and from there the party will go
direct to the coast. They will
visit relatives in Seattle, Wash,
for a few days, when they will
proceed to Los Angeles, Cal.
vhere they will spend the winter.
The ladies are invited to step
itjto the Palace restaurant and
see the beautiful wedding cake
now on exhibition. It is well
worth your time.
Lost Or Stolen.
A Black setter dog answering
to the name of "Nig". Suitable
rewardfor return to, C.John
ston, M. D. Hooe.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, I
County of Steele.
IN DISTRICT COURT
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
Herbert L. Loom
is
Plaintiff.
VS.
Flora J. Burt, William H. Phiops,
Bartholomew Pickert, Fannie Snow
William S. Dwinncll,FrankLvnch,
Lewis N. Wood, Manufacturer's
Syndicate, Van Hrunt & Wilkina
Manufacturing Company, 1) wight J- (Summons)
Farm aud Land Company, Minne
al»olis Trust Company, Farwell,
Ozmun, Kirk and Company, Min
neapolis Furniture Company, W. J.
Dean, C. C. Webber, Charles H.
Velie, Charles H. Deere, .frank L.
arrow and Abbie W. Cocs, De
fendants.
THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, to the
above named Defendants:
You are hereby summoned to answer the Com
plaint in this action and to serve a copy of your
answer upon the subscriber within thirty days af
ter the service of this Summons upon you, exclu
sive of the .day of service and in case of your fail
ure to appear or answer, judgment will betaken
against you by default for the relief demanded in
the complaint.
Dated at Fargo, North Dakota, this 18th day
of November, A. D. 1001.
R. H. COSIIUN,
LAND OFFICE AT FAliCO, N. DAK.. I
FAKGO, NOV. SO, 1901.
Notice is lieroby given that tho following-nam
ed settler has lllled notice of his attention to make
llnalilve year proof hi support of his claim, and
that said proof will be made boforo AVUHam A.
-lolm^on. Judge of tho County Cocrt, at A'allev
Ciiy, X. 1)., on January 25 lmni, viz:
CHAEMiS O. COI,E,
II. E. 22132 for the S. £. «4 of fee. 4—Twp. 143 It.
Dlu
lie names the following witnesses to provo his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
J. H. Carmlchaol of r. O. Algeo, Barnes Co., N.
Dak.
J:usper Perry, of P, O. Algeo, Barnes Co., N. Dak.
C. L. Karsley, of P.O. Hope, Steele Co.. N. Dak.
D. Cadogan, of P. O. Colgate, Steele Co., N. Dak.
CHAS. N. VALENTINE, Kcglstcr.
AVlnterer & winterer,
Attys. for Claimant, A'alley City, N. D.
ya
Does a General
BanK'mg Business
Safety Deposit Boxes
Tor Rent.
Dealer In
LIGHT aid HEAVY
Choice Cuts,
IRID&MINFEKAFUTIT. 4»JSH'«I IP.^WT«L
4*1-..
Plaintiff's Attorney.
Room No. 10 Stern Block, l»roadway,
Fargo, North Dakota!.
Dec. 12—10—20—1001—Jan. 2—9—1G—1*902.)
Notice of Final Proof.
(For Publication.)
I
AND OFFICE at Fargo, N. lak., November
23,11)01.
Notice Is hereby given that the following nam
ed settler has llletl liotico of his intention to
make linal five year proof in support of ills claim,
and that said proof will bo made before II. O.
Sterl, Clerk of District Court, at Valley City,
Rarnes County, N. 1)., on the luih day of Feb
ruary, 1902, viz:
EUliEIIT L. EDEY,
II. E., No. 22208 for the of N. YV. and AV.
!i of S. AV. 54 of See. 20, Tp. I l:i n, Kange 57 \v.
Ho namos the followini wirnessos to prove his
continuous residence upon, aud cultivation of,
said laud viz:
Jacob Stelner, of AVUina. Uarnes Co, X. I).
Ohrlit KlinU. of Dazey, l!urnc ('«. N. D.
Alex Schoular, of Dazey. Dailies Co. N. D.
John Kliuk, of Dazey. ISarnos Co. N. 1).
Any person who desires to protest againsLtho
allowance of such proof, or who knows of ar,y
substantial reason, under the law and the regula
tions of the Interior Department, .why such proof
should not be allowed, will lie given sui oppor
tunity at the above mentioned time and place to
cross examine the witnesses of said claimant,
and to oiler evidence hi rebuttal of that submit
ted by claimant.
CU AS. N. ArALENTINE,lieglstci.
Youn«r & Combs, Attvs.,
Valley City, N.'D.
Notice of Final Proof.
(For Publication.)
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Offices: Rooms 39 and 40, Hope House.
HOPE, N. D.
J. McMAIION,
LAWYER
HOPE, N. DAK.
8 REPAIRING and ENGRAVING
The New Policies
COMMUNICATING WITH
J. M. KEENE, Pres. C. S. MOORES, Vlce-Pres. W. E. BOISE, Cashier.
Hope State Ban^,
&
Insurance Written in
\i/
M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUKORCS.^
5 first fctuse west oltheMeth-
odist church.
.uoim N. DA*.
|U C. JOHNSTON, M. D.,
ITS* PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
S. SHIPPY, \-I ... I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
HOPE N. DAK.
1 E
THE JEWELER
OF THE—
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
Company of New York,
Are the Rlest Liberal Written.
B. C. SHAW, Sneclal Aicnt.
ito
\i/
JEWELRY,
WATCHES,
CLOCKS
SILVERWARE.
,Vlb.
a-
@hn IMinson1
Billarcl
Pool Rooms.
G!gats and
Soft Dfinfcs.
v'
WWVfc
ID rep in wben sou want to
plag SjUUavfcs or pool.
UNION
I Ielei!i^e Line-1
$
Sherbrook®, Portland,
Mayville, Roseville,

ij
Aneta, Finley, Page,
Clifford, and the Wallace
and Gassell Farms.
Clifford, and'the Wallace
(J
Transact your business 5
by Telephone. Prompt ser
vice, 25 cents to all poirrts.
Hope Office: Wamberg &
Jacobson's Drug Store. jj
First Class Companies
Steamship Tickets
Tor Sale.
FARM loans a specialty.
R.R. BRYAN
All Work Strictly Repairing and Harness
Hand Made. I Oiling a Specialty.
Now /V\eeit Market,
W. W. HAZLETT, Proprietor.
!8 GAME IN SEASON
Chops and Steaks,
Steele Avenue. HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA^
fAM
_..<p></p>STOVES.
.-yj-iv- ...
HEftTERSAND. BANGES.
The Best and Largest Line ever shown in J|i#
the County. We have made Prices that:
is bound to move them quickly.
Call and makt your selection ft
while the stock is
complete.<p></p>/TicCollom.
Hope Roller
Merchant and Exchange Work.
All grades of flour and feed in stock
I times. Gristing for farmers
$
special attention.
1R. 1R. rtbartm
Xivers, jfeeb anb Sate Stables,
1bope, mortb ©akota.
3fine turnouts. dajelul Ertvers.
We quote the following' prices for dress
ed meats:
BoeE by Side........ 0 Cte.
Beef byquarter hind 7 Cts.
Good Roast and Steak 10 Cts.
Pork Cuts Cts.
Hamm and BacoD.. ,12}£ Cts.
Lard 51b pails 65 Cts.
Mutton and Veal,.. .12J^ Cts.
Oysters, Select
Bocf.by quarter front.. 5Cts.
Boilipg Beef 6Cte.
Loin & Porter house.. .12J^Cte.
Sausage, pork 12)^Cts.
Lard 101b pails §1.25
Lard bulk ..12^Cts.
Oysters, Standards... ,35Cts. Qt,
-ftope-quart.Cta.45
flfoeat /ftarhct.
t). 1h.JSafcev, prop.
E
City Dray Lint
PREPARED to do anything in the draying
business, and all orders left with me will receive
prompt and careful attention. The moving of
household goods is solicited. Pianos and Organs-re
moved without risk of injury.
Your Patronage is Respectfully Solicited.
All Work Guaranteed
SU f: t!y First-class.
ANDREW STARKt Prop.
F. BEADLE,
§y3.
.-si
4-v $
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at all
receives
k.
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At
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Polishing ays
A Specialty.
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