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vc„ SS aWivV:.:--: 3:''iV-.:!V f^M:\ «*N 12 Paiges VOLUME 25, Caboose Wrecked The east bound freight pulled into the yards Saturday morning minus the caboose which had been left in the ditch about two miles north of this place. The car broke its link and jumped the track carrying with it Con ductor Murphy and Ben Wasem, traveling salesman for Wasem & Gaard's Music House at Fargo. The injured men were brot to town and placed under the care of Dr. Philip, the Company's surgeon who made them as com fortable as possible. The two xnen were in the caboose when it flew the track, tumbling over and over and being badly smashed. Both men were hurled against the side of the car and had very narrow escapes from sustaining fatal injuries. Mr. Wasem's collar and tie were torn com pletely off. and it was almost a miracle that he was not injured more than turned out to be the case. Conductor Murphy was carried thru to Breclcenridge the same evening and Mr. Was em was left at Casselton to be conveyed to his home at Fargo over the Northern Pacific. PUBLIC SALE C. L. Pratt will sell all of his horses, stock and farming outfit at public auction at the farm on Tuesday, LOctober 3K If you want a horse, cow or pig this is your change. See large posters Io not fail to avail yourself of the clubbing rates offered by the Pioneer. Offer good this month. KRAABEL & KRAABEL'S Gas Engine Started it is offeredv its equal may never again present itself. Last Monday the ponderous gas engine in the Hope Roller Mills was started for the first time and quite a number of an xious spectators were present to see it operate. On account of a leak in the gas producer the ma chine was only run long enough to satisfy the engineers as to its proper adjustment. On Tuesday the machine was ready for business. The mill machinery was coupled on and the immense load was handled without a perceptible effort. This invention is certainly a new departure in motive power and should it be a success there is no question as to its advantage over steam. Mr. Moores in forms us that the saving in fuel will amount to $15.00 per day, if the guarantee is fulfilled, which will be a large item of saving in a year's business. Profitable Industry. Celery culture is becoming a very profitable industry in this section and a number of persons have made quite a success in a small way. One of the most sue cessful growers of the plant in this vicinity is J. A. VanDusen who raised over 1,800 bunches this season. The plants are ex ceedingly fine and excel those which are usually found in the markets. Claman Stock Company, nights engagement, beginning tonight. See Baby Claman, the charming child actress. :K:^$ :V '^,: ':/S ^.isV.v:: Laura Frankenfield Is without doubt, the leading actress of the entire country she covers, which is large. Last season the tour extended to the coast and back and engagements were played in the leading cities. While the play of last season of "Ghosts" was very artistic and gave the actors great opportun ity for the display of their art, it was not a play which appealed to all classes it was said by some critics to be too morbid—to tell things they did not care to hear even tho they were true beside the play had a most tragic end ing. "Her Double Life" is of an ,\*£v HOPE. NORTH DAKOTA. OCTOBER 19, 1905. Hundreds of more than Pleased Customers have Attended Our Sale Daily Since the Opening of this Our "GRAND SPECIAL SALE" and to see the huge parsels that are being carried away would convince the-most critical and reserved that they had indeed found bargains. Our Sale Still Continues And Will Continue For Some Time To Come! We are daily adding and will continue to add many new and startling bargains. If you have not as yet attended this sale make it a point to do so at an early date, as this Bargain Sale must come to an end eventually. Visit our sale tomorrow, grasp the opportunity while And the Thousand and One other Bargains of Seasonable Merchan= dise Displayed with Large and Bold Price Tickets, which show both the Former Retail Price and Our Present Sale Price. FCr^aJoel & Kr&albel, Hope, North Dakota ff+fff FOOT BALL \/s Saturday, Oct. 21, At 2 O'Clock P. M. Turn out and See the Most Exciting" Event of the Season. The Visitors are Husky Lads and there will be Something Doing All the time. Bring the Ladies. Admission 25 Cents, entirely different character. It is a most pleasing story, and sparkles with lines of heart int erest, thrilling climaxes and sit uations. Best of all, the ending is most pleasing. At Opera House Oct. 25. CALLED HENCE. The little four year old" child of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Northrop died of dysentery last Tuesday. The funeral occurs this afternoon from the family residence. Rev Hitchcock will preach the funeral sermon. Subscribe for the Pioneer, the leading newspaper of Steele county. It prints the news. Mammoth Special Sale 22.214.171.124.4.4. V„* *«*S 4* 4* 4*4*4"^ M. E. Appointment At the Annual Conference of the M. E. Church held at Fargo last week Rev. J. C. Bigelow was appointed to Hope for the coming year. Mr. Bigelow is a man of wide experience, having prac ticed medicine in Chicago for a number of years before entering the ministry. It is a peculiar co incidence that his first pastorate was at Hope, Ark., preaching later in Illinois and in South Dak ota. He was transferred from the latter state a little less than a year ago. Rev. Bigelow comes highly recommended and the Pioneer bespeaks for him a cordial wel come to our city. 80th Anniversary A pleasant surprise was given Mr. W. J. Skinner last Tuesday evening by the Eastern Stars, it being his eightieth birthday A special meeting had been called and as is his custom Mr. Skinner was present, little thinking of what was in store for him. After the initiation of several candidates refreshments were served and the object of the meeting was made known to the great sur prise Of the honored guest. A beautiful' Masonic and Eastern Star emblem charm was present ed him by the lodge as a token of esteem and friendship. A most enjoyable evening was spent es pecially by Mr. Skinner who seemed as young as the youngest. 4* 4* 4? 4* 4* 4* 4,4*4*4,4,4* 4.4.4*4* 4*4* 126.96.36.199.4,4. 4*4*4* 4"2*4* ..... •'. ,'j .' ..'v- :\r,'X ••':•_ fO.-liV-:V&W?*>?» 12 Pa.ges No. 27. Clever People The Barlows closed a week's engagement in this city last Sat urday evening. The company is far above the average theatrical troupe that travels the country and it is to be regretted that they did not receive better patronage. However we believe it was not a lack of appreciation that caused the small attendance. This is a busy time of the year in North Dakota and that accounts in a great measure for the small number of people attending the shows during the week. Should the Barlows again visit our city we feel safe in saying that they will be greeted by a crowded house. S. S. Institute A Sunday School Institute was held in the Congregational church yesterday under the direction of Rev. Orchard, State Secy, of the International Sunday School Union, assisted by Mrs. Johnson, State Secy, of Primary S. S. work. The afternoon session was de voted to the discussion of teach ers' preparation, training and method of work. Child study was the topic for the evening session. Mrs. John son spoke on the child from the age of 3 to 12 Rev. Orchard, the child from 12 to 16. The session was very interest ing and many good suggestions were received by those in attend ance. County Supt. Boise was unable to be present.