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The Hope pioneer. (Hope, N.D.) 1882-1964, January 16, 1902, Image 3

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General Merchandise
The Best Merehandise.
An Elegant Stock to Select From.
The Lowest Prices.
These are all factors in the success of this business. We regard
every patron as a business friend.
STORM SASH
to Put On Those .Cold Windows.
Get Them From Us and
Save On Your Bills.
SEE IS!
We handle Everything
to Build Anything.
Estimates Furnished.
Hope, N. D.
Lumber
RobtasoN
F. N. GILMORE, Agent.
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Hope Dray IM.
Prompt and Accurate Service
Calls attended promptly, and goods
•"ir'r: removed without risk or injury.
SOT Garden plowing given special
attention.
Call on me for anything in the way of dfaying.
D, W. & F. E. Vadnie,
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Readjthe ads in the PIONEER.
Old papers for. sale at this
office.
The finest of .pastry cooking
at vhe Palace. §||§''v
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John Walbridge has moved into
his new residence.
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The finest pies and cakes
earth at the Palace.
Meals or lunches served at all hours
at the Palace Restaurant.
For the best grades of cigars call at
Iseminger's News Stand.
Fresh Bread and cakes always on
band at the Palace Bahery.
E. H. Stevens is on the .sick
list today and is confined to his
:d.
Blank notes, mortgages, mort
gage releases, for sale at this
office. '.
Oysters served in all styles at
the Palace Restaurant at all
hours.
A superb line of the famous
McFadden candiesatlseminger's
News Stand.
The largest and finest assort
ment of Dolls in town at Isemin
gers News Stand.
For dressmaking call on Mrs.
Nettie B. Wood at the home of
Mrs.D. N. VanDusen.
Tomorrow night is the old
Settlers' blow-out at the Opera
House. Don't fail to be on hand.
Try a pound box of Everhart's
chocolates and BonBons'at Mc
Donnell's, for 25c. for afewdavs.
Those fine select fried oysters
at the Palace Restaurant are sim
ply fine. Have you tried them?
Mrs. J. J. Wamberg entertain
ed a large company at her home
last Friday evening, at cards and
music.
Call and see H. H. Fulmer's
line of jewelry, silverware and
cut glass. T-he finest line ever
displayed in Hope.
Every thing left over "of our
Xmas stock will be given away
with confectionery.
McDonnell Drug Co.
Rev. E. S. Shaw, of Fargo col
lege, v. ill preach morning and
evening at the Congregational
church, next Sunday, Jan.
19th.
A special communication of the
Masonic boJy was held last Sat
urday night. Work in the first
degree was the order of the eve
ning.
The Senior L. T. L. of River
side will hold an oratorical con
test at the Kimball school house,
on Saturdaj', Jan. 18th, at 7:30
p. m. Admission 25c.
Great Reduction sale of hats
aUMrs. O. L.Bowen's fortbenext
two weeks. Don't fail to call and
look over the stock. It will pay
you.
"An ounce of gold for every
ounce of adulteration" found in
the Chas. F. Gunther's confec
tionery. I also handle' Roach's
confectionery the finest on the
market. JAS. LONEY,
A little baby girl arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs.-,X -F.
Beckerjeck last evening. Joe is
all smiles this morning and is
passing the liayanas around
among the boys.
Tfc.e Union Telephone Co. will
put ia a trunk line between May
ville and this city in the spring.
This will give direct connection
with the long distance without
going through the local un'cn
wires.
The price of admission for the
course ot lectures to be gived by
Gen. G. W. Bailey, "Tank Kee"
at the Opera House Jan. 23-24
23 is 35 cents reserved seats. 25
cts. general admission, or $1.00
for ths entire course of lectures.
The Congregational Society have
to give a guarantee to get this
noted lecturer to come to Hope,
and it will be well worth the low
price of admission. Don't fail to
buy a dollar ticket and take in
the entire course.
There will be a meeting of the jt(
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Given Away.
With every lCc purc'iase of
confectionery we will gi :e a
sent to the purchaser.
I haye on hand a number of
sewing machines, which I wHl
sell chea p. It will pay you to sec
me at once if you are thinking of
buying. J. J. Merry.
Meyer & Cuminings will al
ways have on hand Minneapolis
bread, pies and cakes, and will
always have on hand A 1- cream
ery butler.
Buy your silverware where you
can get it engraved free of
charge. All engraving free on
goods bought of me. H. H.
Fulmer, the jeweler.
H. I. Standley has moved a
grauary in from his farm and
placed it on the lots just north of
his residence."
Mr. Moores'dynamo has arriv
ed and in a very short time his
mill and office will be lighted by
electric lights.
The Pioneer is turning out
some very fine calendars this
week for The Hope State Bank,
Carpenter & Warner, R. F.
Hawley and Geo. II. Iseminger.
A deal is about closed where
by L. C. Day sells his farm to
Robt. Riordan, of Charles City,
Iowa. Mr. Day has not fully
made up his mind just where he
will go.
The report of the proceedings
of the county commissioners will
be found on another page of this
issue. There are some items of
interest to be found therein.
Don't fail to look it over.
Don't fail to hear Gen. W.
Bailey, "Tank Kee" at the Opera
House Thursday, Friday and
Saturday nights of next week.
The lectures will be well worth
the low price of admission.
The installation of the K. P.
officers for the ensiling year took
place at their meeting last Mon
day evening. Tlie K. P. are
now holding their meetings in
the Odd Fellow's Hill.
The spring-like weather the
past few weeks has even fooled
the gophers, as they have made
their appearance in a number of
localities over the state. A sure
sign of an early- spring—So say
the prophets.
A baby boy took up his abode
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. II.
II. Fulmer last Saturday eve
ning'. Hud says he will have
plenty of help in a few years aud
then the old man can retire and
let the boys carry on 'the busi
ness.
Rev. J. T. Killen has received
a cail to the Congregational
church, Hancock, Minn. A call
to the Congregational church at
Inkster would be extended if
there was any-probability of its
acceptance. Both these are self
supporting churches.
The Pioneer has secured a
copy of the paper on "The Aim
of the Reading Circle" delivered
by Prof. Huff, of the city schools,
at the recent meeting of the
State Educational Association
held at Grand Forks, and will
publish the same in these col
umns in the near iuture. Watch
for it. It will be of interest to
all interested in this linecf work.
All we can say of Tank Kee is
this: Thatlie is the most amus
ing as well as instructiyelecturer
we have ever heard. Any one
who fails to hear him misses the
best thing that has been here in
along time. He lectures this af
ternoon and evening. No synop
sis of the lectures would do him
anything like justice. He is a
better humorist tha Bob Bur
dette and as instructive as a man
the famiiy aniik'e
Fire company Saturday evening
at the Town Hall, at 7 o'clock.
A full attendance of members
and citizens is requested. Come
|nrn out, let us shap(e up ^nd get makes our eyes dance we out
feady for we may be next. wardlv thank him, we inwardly
H. I. STANDLEY, b.ess him—the steady subsci ib
Chief. £r PaJ's 'n advance.—Ex,
Two hundred b©xea of l}oe
Stationery just received, 10c to
35c per box. To reduce this
stock we will give 10 per cent
QE0,
norE
it—in fact
we all think it a real fcousel old
need.' How welcome heis \vhen
he steps in the sanctum how he
I makes our heart throb, how he
MARRIED
On Wedcesdajr, January 15th
at Algeo, Barnes Co., N. D.,
discount for the next 15 days- S Curry? of Sharon, N. D.
McDonnell Drug Co. ,and
Mias Lila
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Algeo, of Algeo,
D. Only immediate relatives
land a few intimate friends being
present. Rev. J. G. Dingle, of
the M. E. church, officiating.
The Pioneer exteods congratu-'
McDonnell Drug* happy pair. 25c at Wauiberg&Jacobsoaedrug store
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OF?ICt0PEH EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUHDAY-
NOTICE.
All parties, whose accounts
with me are due orepast due, will
please call and settle same at
once either by cash or good se
cured notes.
Yours very truly,.
Geo. A. Warner.
NOTICE.
All partiesknowing themselves
idebted to me will please call at
the Pioneer Hardware store and
settle before Feb. 1st, 1902.
Yours truly
II. I. Standley.
For a farm or ranch, call on.
F. D. Woodworth.
A. Meyer will sell Reigan's
Minneapolis bread for 5c- a loaf.
All kinds of pies aud cakes for
sale at A. Heyer's.
Carpenter & Warner change
their ad. this week. Read it and
barn.
A good warm meal at any hour
of the day at the Palace Restaur
ant for 25 cents.
If you want a nice gold clock
call and get one at II. H. Fulmer's
the jeweler.
The finest line of chocolates to
be found in the city, at the Pal
ace. Stock always fresh.
FOR SALE: My house and lot
in Hope. Here's a bargain for
the right party. The price is
right. W. L. Aldrich.
Fancy celluloid goods and
chinasvare at Iseminger's News
Stand. Just t'.ie thing for holi
day presents.
The new hardware firm, King
& Smith, are gelti.ig into the
harness and making ready for
the spring trade. They expect
a first-class tinner soon, who wi'l
take charge of their tinshop.
They have taken space in the
Pioneer—as all good enterpris
ing business houses should—
Many thanks.
Saturday's St. Paul Dispatch
contained a fine half-tone cut of
Louise McKay Leslie, who made
herself so famous by the recent
great hit she made at Carnigie
Hall, New York City, iu the per
formance of Handel,s "Messiah"
Mrs. Leslie is to be congratulat
ed on her recent well earned
popularity as a great singer.
Remember the great event of
the season, thegrandmasquerade
ball to be giyen on Friday evan
ing, Jan. 31st, by the B. B, Gym
nasium Club, at the Town Hall.
Tickets are only$l,00 per couple,
which incluees refreshments.
Spectators will'be admitted with
out masks for the s#hie price, up
on presentation of invitation at
the door.
The Woodmen and Neighbors
held their annual installation of
officers on Wednesday evening-,
after which an .oyster supper
was enjoyed by the' members
and families. The evening pas
sed off very pleasantly.
A man told us the ether day
that we did not publish all the
things that happen. We tlionld
say we don't. In the first place
we have others who depend on
us for a living. If we published
all that happens we shoulJ soon
be with the angels. In crder to
can be.—Sterling (111.) Gazette, please people we must print only
"How dear to our hearts is the
steady subscriber who pays in
advance at the birth of each year,
who lays down his money and
lays it down gladly and casta
'round a cheer. He nevvM- says
stop it, I cannot afford it,'or 'I'm
ettmg more papers now than I
can read,'but always savs send
nice things about them and leave
the rest to the gossips yes, it's
a fact, we don't print all the
news. It we did wouldn't it
make spicy reading? But this
would be for one week only.
The next week you would read
our obituary, and there woulcl
be a strange face in heaven.—
Carlyle (111.) Ccns^itutipfl.
Knocked Qut.
Ward & Murray have just
made arrangements whereby
they can furnish njoney on Real
Estate at rates that have killed
off all competition.
KT. C- PRESSLY, AGENT FOR THE
ENTERPRISE STEAM LAUNDRY CO.,
MINNEAPOLIS. WILL SHIP LAUNDRY
AS FOLLOWS: JAN. 6 AND 20
AND FEB. 3 AND 17.
Heads 5hould Never Ache.
Never endure this trouble. Use 8t
once the remedy 'that stopped it for
Mrs, N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va..—
the writes "Dr King's New-Life Pilla
wholly cured me of eicU headaches 1
bad
Buffered
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Tillotson's
Livery, Feed
Sale Stable,
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for two years." Cures
tcbe,
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Constipation. Biliousness
J. M.KJCENE, Pres. C. S. MOORES, Vlce-Prcs.
Does a General
IR.
HOPE State Banl^.
Banking Business
Safety Deposit Boxes
for Rent.
BRYAN
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il Dealer Iu
LIGHT and HEAVY
Carpets!
My New Samples hayc arrived, which icclude a 8^:
large variety of patterns, Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels,
Wilton Velvets, and all kinds of Ingrains. Now is the time P^.r
to select a carpet. I shall keep for one week the whole as- 6-
sortment cf samples. While you are selecting a carpet it
will cost you nothing to look at my elegant new lin'e of Baby
Can iages, the best ever shown in Hope. I also Carry a full
line of House Furnishing Goods. Orgaus, Pianos and Sewing
Machines. Come in and see me. |j^
E. D. WASHBURN,
FIRST National BOQK|
Hope, North Dakota. Si
'M A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
'M
J. D. BROWN. Cashier.
Insurance Written In the Best Time-Tried and Fire-Tested Companies.
Real Estate Bought and Sold. Taxes Paid.
$ Elope, North Dakota.
First Class in Every Particular!
$ GOOD TURNOUTS! CAREFUL DRIVERS!
Calls Attended Day or Night.
HARNESS.
Ail Work Strictly Repairing and Harness
1 Oilina a Specialty.
Now Meat /VYeirlcot,
W, W. HAZLETT, Proprietor.
$ Choice Cuts, Chops and Steaks.
GAME IN SEASON
Steele Avenue. HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA
A. E. WARNER
DEALER IN
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W. E. IIOISE, Cashier. JL
Insurance Written in
First Class Companies
Steamship Tickets
Tor Sale.
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.
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