^^j&ie of the principles of our busi
ngs* tonrender satisfactory service to aur
mti .. a£®T:£...
•Ml: Elegpt Sto^Jto Select From,
.These are all factors in the success of this, business,
every patron as,a business friend. C*
Hope^ lM. D.
to Pat On Those Cold Windows.
Get Them From Us and
Save On Your Fuel Bills,
We handle Everything
.-'• ••.• .1.
WSSTA N D.
Hope, North Dakota.
to Build Anything.
•, Estimates Furnished.
Beldler 8 Robinson Lumber Co.
N. GILMORE, Agent.
ORRIN L. BOWEN, I
J^ath, Shingles, Sasfi. Doors and
Biiilciixig Material, .A.11 Kincis.
D. W. & %£. Vadnie,
Prompt and Alnfate Servlw^
^"-l^^^Calls attended promptly, and goods --j
feyremoved without risk or injury.
£0' Garden plowing given special"'
Call on me for anything in the way of draying. (5
Hope, North Dakota.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
Read the a^ iff the. PIONEKR.
Old papers for sale at this
The finest of pastry cooking
at the Palace.
The finest pi^l#'fcafe on
earth at the Palace.
Meals or lunches served at all hours
at. the Palace Restaurant,
Mrs. J. W. Huff is re^orfeTon
the sick.list this week.
Fresh Bread and cakes always' on
hand at the Palace Bakery.
The mill has c'osed down for
a few weeks for repairs, etc.®^
Blank notes, mortgages, mort
I gage releases, ior sale at this
Ovsters served in all styles at
the Palacc Restaurant at all
For dressmaking ca'l oil Mrs.
Nettie B. Wood at- the home of
Mrs. D. N. VanDusen.
Those fine select fried oysters
at the Palace Restaurant are sim
ply fine. Have you tried them?
The finest line of chocolates to
be found in the city, at the Pal
ace. Stock always resb.
Tank Kee" at the Opera
House to-night, to-mcrrow and
Saturday nights. Don't fail to
Quite large crowds from Sher
brooke and Colgate were in at
tendance at the Old Settlers'
dance last Friday evening.
Great Reduction sale of hats
at Mrs. O.L.Boyven'sforthenext
two weeks. Don't fail to calland
look over the stock. It will pay
yOU. .VI ''-. k.
McKinley, the famous slope
trotting horse, that the Hope
horse scooped in the races at the
State Fair last year, is dead—and
the Man dan sports we 'p. 'r
"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,
Ueyer & Cummings will al
ways have on hand Minneapolis
bread, pies and cakes, and will
always have on hand A 1 cream
The Hope Commercial Club
now has a membership of half a
hundred. They have recently
purchased the fixtures of the
club room from Mr. Wheeler.
A prize will be gfvei to the
best represented charactetat the
Grand Masque Pall to be given
by B. B. Gymnasium Club, Fri
day evening, Jan. 31st., at Opera
M. B» Cassell,
of the Flat Lick Oil & Gas Co.,
left for Kentucky, Tuesday eve
ning to make preparations for
drilling a well on one of the farms
leased by tbe company.—Port
Sherbrooke is to have a lodge
of Modern" Brotherhood of
America, which is to be institut
ed at that place in the near
future. This is the first lodgfe
Tickets for the Grand Masque
Ball January 31st will bi on sale
•at H. H. Fulmer's store the first
of next v. eek. All parties re
ce'\i"g invitations can procure
th^ir tickets and save t-betronhle
I at the doorv
There will be an old settlers
dance at Colgate Friday evening,
Feb. 14th. Preparations are be
ing made for a big time. Every
body invited. The ladies are re
quested to bring pork and beans
—with j-lenty of beans. It goes
without saying there, will be
grand time. "j
We note in the Bismarck Pal
ladium that both the Hope banks
are to become depositories of
state funds for the ensuing two
years, their bids having been ac
cepted by the 'state board of
auditors. This speaks well for
our solid financial banking in
A farewell reception was given
Mr. and Mrs/C. R. Jackson and
Miss Susie at the" home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. S. Shippy last Tues
day evening, on the.eve of their
departure for Chicage and other
Illinois points, where they will
visit relatives" and friends the efforts of the guests
balance of thewinter. Mr. Jack
son has not decided just where
he will locate. The family was
among the very earliest settlers
autlleaye raahy friends in Hope.
Thfe lengthening of the, days
is getting quite noticeable.
A good warm meal at any nour
of the day at the PalacejRestaur
antfor 25 cents.
Grand Masque" Ball a week
from to-morrow., night—B. B.
Ben Wade, of Finley, was mar
ried to Miss Effie Delano, of
Garfield, Ind'., New Years Day.
The Pioneer joins with friends
in extending congratulations.
The Woodmen are busy these
days getting'Their goat and initia
tory appliances ready for the big
bunch of candidates they have
rea&X to travel the rough and
E. H. Stevens is still under the
weather and has been confined
to his room for th 2 past week.
This fact has kept the Pioneer
force hustling to turn out tbe
sheet this week.
Hon. F. G. Enger, was in town
on tax matters. He reports Mrs*
Enger as quite sick. Mr. Enger
while here, deposited about
$966.00. with the county treasur
er, in paying his 1901 taxes and
remarked that his taxes in Rich
land county were oyer $400.00.—
Steele County Tribune.
The pictures of Comrade and
Mrs. H. S. Curry, of Colgate,
occupied a position on the front
page of the great soldiers' paper
the National Tribune, last week.
It a fine cit and very natural.
Mr. Curry won one.of. th 2 prizes
in the guessing contest and the
paper is printing cuts of all win
S. D. S ott: I went to Hope,
SteeleCounty in 91. Youknowmy
father-in-law a civil war veteran,
Comrade Baker, Land doubled
in the past two years. I have
been with the Fosston Wind
stacker Co, It's a great machine
and bound to succeed. I was
down and dropped in to pay for
my Forum.—Fargo Forum.
A man in the northern part of
the state is raising chickens and
obtaining money under false pre
tense. He made his coop air tight
and put curtains at the windows.
At noon he draws the curtains
making the hen house perfectly
dark, so that the biddies go to
roost, and at one o'clock he raises
the curtains letting the light in.
The hens think another day has
dawned and proceed to lay an
other egg. It is a dark mean
trick, equal to the man wfco put
greea spectacles on his horse
and then fattened it on rye straw,
The green spectacles made the
poor horse think it was liay.-Ex.
There is a great deul of sound
philosophy the following:
The home-grown, band-spanked,
barefooted, hard-fisted country
boy makes a much better fight in
the battle of life than the pamper
ed high-collared creased trousers
youth of our cities whose clothes
have always been duste 1 with a
whiskbroooi instead of ash:ng e.
Let the town man out of a job try
a year on the farm plowing behind
a mule will take the kink out of
his topknot the frog out of his
throat the gas off his stomach
the weakness out of his legs,the
corns off his toes and will give
him an appetite, an honest living
and a sight of heaven.
The Klondike.dinner was tried
the other day by a PhTadelphia
young man, and its success has
caused him to wonder, the Rec
ord says, why, in this age of nov
el entertainment, no one had
thought of it before. The dining
room was arranged with canoqies
of rough canvas to give the ap
pearence of a tent. The table
was of rough hewn boards, and
there was no covering. A tin
plate was at each place, and the
plates were flanked with knives,
forks and spoons of the cheapest
variety. -All the guests were in
vited to come in Klondike cos
tume. jThe men wore flannel
shirts' "and the women were
dressed as suited their individ
ual tastes. The butler who
served the dinner wore high
boots, and slapped the food down
in true miner spirit. Nothing
but beer was served to drink,
and as there were no glasses the
from the bottles was weird in
theextrem?. All the guests a
greed that ihe Klondike dinner
is not destined to become popular
in polite society.
OFFICE OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY-
All parties, whose accounts
with me are due or past due, will
please call and settle same at
once either by cash or good_ se
cured notes. A
Yours very truly,
Geo. A. Warner.
indebted to me will please call at
the Pioneer Hardware store and
settle before Feb. 1st, 1902.
H. I. Standley.
For a farm or ranch, ca'.l n.
F. D. Woodworth.
A. Meyer will sell.. Reigan's
Minneapolis bread for 5c. a loaf.
All kinds of pies and cakes for
sale at A. Heyer's.
The W, C. T. U. will meet at
the home of Mrs, Dittes, Friday,
Jan. 24th, at 3 o'clock.
Geo. A. Warner is now com
fortably located in his new office
in the Hone State Bank block.
Helias a very nice office.
The re-union of the Scottish
Rite held at Fargo last weak is
said to have been one of the best
meetings ever held in that city.
Kraabel, Johnson & Co. give
you sonv gentl. hints on what to
buy for the masque ball in their
change of ad. this week. Read
ESTKAYED—From my placc
one and a half miles east of town,
one grade jersey cow—may have
or may not have a small calf.
Notify at Hope.
A. W. GKAHAM.
A crowd of about t.venty of
the young friends of Master Ray
Nelson enjoyed a pleasant eve
ning out at the Nelson home last
Friday evening/the occasion be
ing Ray's thirteenth birthday.
The boys and girls all report a
Advertising is like Providence
—it helps those who help them
selves. It will never take the
place of brains, business ability
or industry, but it will, inevita
bly, help their possessor to real
ize larger dividends upon them.
Some men try advertising as the
Indian tried feathers. He had
heard that the white n:an got
considerable comfort in sleeping
on feathers, so tie took one, laid
it on a board and slept on it all
aight. In the morning he re
marked, 'White man s:iy featli-
heap soft white man
Here is an item lrom the
Granada Journal. It will be a
good thiny if our farmers will
paste it in their hats and read it
occasionally: Don't kick the cow
even if feed is high. H.re is an
item that should interest those
prone to compjain. 'For the
month of November from the
milk of 18 cows J. P. Jens re
ceived creamery check for i72.15,
about $3.50 per day, and J. P.
says that the calves lay for the
fjegl' that the cows fat. Mr.
Worl lerman cashed in $55, and
Fred Garrson and Wm. Oliver's
cows paid nearly $5 per. head
Mens' clothes e'eaned,
ed and pressed.
MI*J. M. C. Pretsley.
Royal Neighbor Camp will
hold a special meeting Friday
evening, Jan. 24th. All members
are requested to be present.
Does a General
Heads' Should Never Ac'ie.
Never endure this trouble. Use pt
onco tbo remedy that stopped it for
Mrp, N. A. Webster, of Winnie, Va.
she writes "Dr King's New Life I'illd
wholly cured me of sick headaches 1
had suffered for two years." Cures
Headache, Constipation, Biliousness,
•25c at Watnberg & Jacobsonsdrugstore
"f Knocked Out'.'
Ward & Murray have just
made arrangements whereby
they can furnish money on Real
Estate at rates that have killed
off all competition.
M. C. PRICSSLY, AGTENX FOK TIIE
EtfTliKPRISE SXJ2AM LAUNDRY CO.,
MINNEAPOLIS. WILL SHIP LAUNDRY
as follows: Jan. 6 and 20
First National Baok
Hope, North Dakota.
A GENERAL-BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
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Calls Attended Day or Night.
M. KEEN'E, Pres. C. S. MOORES, Vice-Pres. W. E. BOISE, Cashier.
Hope State Banl^
Safety Deposit Boxes
My New Samples haye arrived, whictf ificlude a
large variety of patterns, Body Brussels, Tapestry Brussels*
Wilton Velvets and all kinds of Ingrains. Now is tll| -tittle
to select a carpet. I shall keep for one week the whole as
sortment cf samples. While you are selecting a1'carpet it
will cost you nothing to.look at my elegant new line of Baby
Carriages, the best ever shown in Hope. I also carry a full
line of House Furnishing Goods, Organs. Pianos and Sewing
Machines, Cp ne and see me.
E. D. WASHBURN.
^aayrnm.. J. D. BROWN. Cashier.
Insurance Written In the Best Time-Tried and Fire-Tested Companies.
a E a a S a a
Hope, North Dakota*
First Class in Every Particular!
GOOD TURNOUTS! CAREFUL DRIVERS!
Insurance Written in
First Class Companies
FARM LOANS A SPECIALTY.
LIGHT aid HEAVY 1
Ail Work Strictly
W, W. HAZLETT, Proprietor
Choice Cuts, Chops and Steaks
GAME IN SEASON
Steele Avenue. HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA.
A. E. WARNER
A Good Supply Alwaysoji Haad.
i. "J Ss
Ojling a Specialty.
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