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it £V^V 'V SS&M^ &4iv B8£"* fV-^- h&v.~ ^V", .A(j» •stV' PM*.! X'V&T: vC 'i I si & SP S ^iikv*h ,." Ai 'i.v% ~i.lvl#I VOLUME 25, *f *1%. WAIT Hear Ye! WHO WANT CANADIAN LANDS Your Attention for a Few Mo ments while I make you a Fair Proposition. At any time that four, or more, of you are ready, I will go with you to these famous lands and get you the best there is to be had, and those who buy a half second I will allow the price of your railroad fare on first pay ment and those who buy one sec tion or more I will allow the rail road fare, livery hire and two dollars per day hotel bill for one week on first payment. Now who would be willing to divide or give that much of their small commission? I will do this and the trip will cost you noth ing and you will have the chance of seeing the country so long talked about, where they are now raising those enormous crops of No. 1 hard and other grains. *A11 I ask you to do is this .Form, yourselves in companies who are willing to go to the same place, or let me decide that for you, and I will go at any time you are ready, or as fast as I can make the trips. Now you need not consider the ||cost nor wait for any specia iftime. You will not be out a cent if you buy. I will get the lowest rates possible and take you where you are sure to make money anc. .:-s run no risks. More sure than fe ly options, for every dollar investec "J in lands now that I know of will Sp \-»jb'J Wi Ptf fWfc f?M£ ~^f' ,(»') 4 *--i CASH IS KING For the Greatest of All Sales The most wonderful of bargain-giving- event this country has ever known—a sale which will prove a veritable sensation. Not an ordinary sale where a few items are taken here and there as special leaders, but the entire stock from stem to stern, will be thrown into this sale, making it the most stupendous bargain-giving affair ever attempted. Every Article, Every Garment, Every Yard in the House Can Be Bought at Unheard-of Prices. Bear in Mind that tl FCra^lbel 8c be worth lence. much more a year 11, l\ Decide now. and write, 'phone or see me and I will go at any time at a day's notice. Remem ber "the early bird catches the worm." Yours respectfully, A. S. MOOTE, Hope, N. D. CAPITAL STOCK INCREASED. We learn this week that the stockholders of The First Na tional Bank of our city have de cided* to increase the capital of the institution to Fifty thou sand dollars. The First Na tional and its predecessors have been closely identified with the interests of the people in this locality for the past nineteen years, and the growth of the bank's business is best shown by the present action in doubling its capital stock, in order to take care of the customers of the bank. We bespeak for it continu ed success and prosperity. FOOT BALL. The foot ball enthusiasts of the city have organized a team anc are now preparing themselves for business. At a meeting held in the office of The Pioneer last Thursday evening final arrange ments were made for the sea son's campaign. We are looking forward to some interesting games this fall and we hope the boys will meet with the necessary amount of substantial encourage ment from the city to make the team successful. The barn belonging to A. J. King was burned yesterday after noon. A wagon loaded with hay standing near the building was also burned. The fire was start ed by some little children who were playing with matches. The barn was entirely destroyed. The fire department responded quite promptly but on account of various hindrances were unable to get the apparatus working un til the building was in ruins. WON THE PRIZE. Some time ago one of the large piano houses of Fargo offered several prizes for those sending in the largest number of words spelled with letters found in the words "Hamilton Piano." Our townsman W. H. Sabin went into the game and came out as one of the winners securing the second prize—a due bill for $100 to be applied on the purchase price of any piano the company has in stock. W*- )"-W Remember The Pioneer is pre pared to do all kinds of job printing from a label to a full sheet. We also make blank books to order. Don't send away when you can get the woi*k done at home at right prices. Our Special Sale will continue from day to day, with extra specials each day. Don't miss it KRAABEL & KRAABEL. It doesn't cost much to insure your thresher. Call in at the Hope State Bank and insure. .' *ro.\'t'* a v^NBsspTj®™*?-* ^Ibe Hbtoneec. HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA. OCTOBER 5, I905. A Marvelous Event of Never Duplicated Bargains are to prevail on the ENTIRE STOCK owned by KRAABEL & KRAABEL HOPE NORTH DAKOTA Commencing Saturday, Sept. 30, at 9 A. 7W., and positively continuing from day to day until stock is reduced to the satisfaction of the concern. WAIT Sale Rositix/ely Opening Seiturcieiy, September 3QtH With the GREATEST GATHERING of BARGAINS ever known. Assuring the public that its equal may never again present itself, we herewith extend an urgent invitation to one and all to attend this sale at the earliest possible date. The Entire Stock Joins in the List of Never Duplicated Prices We will not endeavor to give a long list and quote prices. Our grand and endless stock display with bold and plain price tickets alone will convince the most reserved buyers that our statements will be more than fulfilled'* •*2-w w?:v'»c£fa .-•r -**-?*.«»--(v*~ Our Select. Clever Are The Barlows. Aberdeen News, Wash.: Those who like to see a good theatrical company will miss an opportunity if they stay away from the performances of the Barlow Stock company, which is at the Grand theater this week. Last night they presented the comedy "A Race for a Million" and it was a treat throughout. The members without exception, are capable people and the com edy was thoroughly enjoyed. Miss Nellie Stark as Cynthia was as pleasing as on the open ing night and showed marked versatility in assuming a new role. She divided the honors with Leighton Stark as "Fred Dudley", a stockbroker. Mr Stark was inimitable funny. N6 better delineator of fun has ap peared in Aberdeen. William Thebus as "Don" was clear and in fact the entire sup port was acceptable. There should be large audiences to see this good combination. Tonight "Ole Olson" will be the bill and the Barlow company promise one of their best entertainments. Hope Opera House week Oct 9th. MARKET REPORT WHEAT No. 1 Northern 2 8 4 Rejected WE MUST HAVE IT! $35,000 Staple and Fancy Dry Goods Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings Men's and Boys' Clothing Shoes and Rubber Goods Carpets and Rugs Ladies1 Capes, Coats and Furs Groceries Notions of all kinds, Etc., Etc. \tinues Daily as Specified Above 71 cts 68 65 61 56 FLAX No. 1 2 3 88 cts. 84 78 ^•W&VVfc *.4*3£to»fc&k J^VV Hope, North Dakota 5abbath School Institutes The following Sabbath School Institutes will be held in Steele county: Hope at Congregational church Wednesday, Oct. 18. Fin ley, Thursday, Oct. 19. Sherbrooke, Friday, Oct. 20. All officers, teachers and scho ars should attend any and all of these institutes. C. G. BOISE, Prest. Steele County S. S. A. Time Extended. Owing to recent arrangements James Loney will be able to re ceive orders for tickets for the big Canadian Execursion up to the 15th of October. Please bear this in mind and make ar rangements to take this fine trip. No pains will be spared to make the excursion one of the most en joyable of the season. Miss Eliza Sussex commenced a term of school at Sharon last Mpnday. The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church meets at the home of Mrs. Cassels next Wednesday. The big gas engine at the roll er mills is almost ready for bus iness. She's a dandy. UNIVERSALISTS CONVEN TION AT MINNEAPOLIS, On account of the Universalist General Convention at Minnea polis to be held October 19-25, the Great Northern will sell tick ets at one and a third fares for the round trip on the certificate plan. See your local agent for particulars. K'C Stock Consists of -.• •.' rrf* ^tp. No. 25. Hunting Accident Gordon Stewart, eldest son of Editor Stewart of^the Farmer, was the victim of a gun accident whileout hunting ducks at Golden ^ake last Sunday which was a considerable misfortune, though it might easily have been far worse. About daybreak, not more than half an hour after the party began shooting, the acci dent occurred. Gordon was wading in the shallow water and lad reached a haycock upon which he was standing, and in Dhe act of shooting the second shot—in the same (left) barrel— Gordon says, the gun burst, tear ing open a large section of the chamber, blowing out the firing pin, wrecking both hammers and Dhe gunlock and splintering the pistol-grip. The flesh at the base of the left thumb was laid open to the bone and the hearing in his left ear impaired, but no other injuries resulted. Gordon was driven to town by Oscar Hagen and the bleeding member dressed by Dr. Mclntyre. The gun was an expensive one, a 10-gauge, New Ithaca, purchas ed at Hope in '93 and guaranteed. Why the gun exploded is a myste ry. Defects in the weapon or in the shell used is supposed to be the explanation.—Mayville Tri bune, Estray Taken Up. Hope, N. Dak., Sept. 16, 1905. Found in my garden at Hope one red yearling bull. Owner will please pay charges, and take animal. H. A. NORTHROP. fSi I1 -iL b* V-'Sa S* IF* I -u. s! "SJw vst 1 I'