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The Hope pioneer. (Hope, N.D.) 1882-1964, July 12, 1906, Image 5

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Mechanical Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Structural Engineering
Bridge Engineering
I cannotjtell all of its good qualities in an advertise-
AKOTA
A modem school, 9
teachcri,500pupil •, 150
position* filbd year
By
of
Building Material
and can Pill Your Wants, whether they are for a a Large or Small amount. We will Guar
antee our Grades to be as Good if not Better than You can get elsewhere and also dry
Stock. Our Stock consists of White Pine,Fir and Cedar Lumber, White Pine Mouldings,
Sash and Doors, Screen Doors and Windows, Tar Paper, Cedar and Oak Fence Posts,
Kelly Island Lime, Portland Cement, Flint Wood Fiber and Ivory Wood Fiber Wall Plaster.
In fact anything you need in Building Material.
A Sample
of the number of Agents, our methods of advertising and
bringing the buying to North Dakota was demonstrated here
last Friday, April 20th, when 57 Illinois and Indiana farmers
bankers, merchants and all kinds of business men arrived on
Our Special Car. Is this proof enough that we can sell your
farm when others might fail. We make cheaper rates and
sell more farms than any firm handling the same kind of lands.
ill
THRESHING SCENE IN NORTH DAKOTA.
M^irra.y Brothers &
Minneapolis Hope Casselton
Improve Your Opportunity
The International
Correspondence Schools
of Scranton, Pa.
Mil"Carpenter
There the representative will be pleased to tell you how
you can improve your position and increase your salary.
We have over 200 courses to select from. Some of them:
Mechanical Drawing
Architectural Drawing
Newspaper Illustrating
Show Card Writing
Sign Painting
No one is barred from securing an education with us, as
we have plans to suit everyone's pocketbook. A small
payment down will start you in your chosen career. You
cannot afford to let this opportunity pass. We are giving
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT to all who enroll now.
Carpenter & Warner are showing a tine line of Men's Summer Shirts and Neckwear during
this display. Do not fail to call at the exhihit. You will be well repaid the time and trouble.
A Farm Necessity
A LABOR SAVER
The Marshke Tank Loader saves time and labor. A boy
can put on or take off your wagon box, grain tank, and
hay rack.
It is portable, adapted for all kinds of lifting and worth
a crew of hired men.
Try it at our expense. If not
ment. Write for circulars and terms. FARGO, N. D.
satisfactory wetakeitback.
Agents Wanted. Sell to your neighbors and get one free.
M. R. LING, Sec.
USINESS
Pull course in Actual Busi
ness Bookkeeping, Penman
ship, miorthaivl, Banking
OLLEGE
Summer School Now.
Fall term Sept. 4." Cat*
alog free. F.L.Watkina
& Warner's Store
Steam Engineering
Bookkeeping
Stenography
Window Trimming
Ad Writing
Fargo
Everybody is talking Canada
these days. Loney expects to
have a train load next trip.
Clearing Sale.
We are offering our entire
stock of Spring Millinery at
greatly reduced prices in order
to make room for our fall stock
Hats from 25 cents to $3.75. Ev
erything else in proportion.
You Can Save Money, how?
Figuring Your Next Lumber Bill with
Don't take someone else's word for it that you can't, but just try it for yourself and find out. You will find that it will pay you to let us figure the bill.
We carry a Complete Line of
All Kinds
TThe IN. YA/. Hawkinson Lumber Company.
1
MILLIGAN SISTERS.
Hillsboro races July 17, 18 and
19. Don't miss them.
Wm. H.
LOCAL NEWS NOTES.
SIT To insure insertion, all advertise
ments and pay locals must reach our
office on or before Wednesday noon
of each week.
July 17, 18 and 19—Hillsboro
races.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. King are at
Mankato, Minn.
Ray Nelson is serving cooling
drinks at Wamberg's.
See Loney's ad giving the date
of his next excursion to Canada
Joe Patterson of Finley was
doing business in town Satur
day.
Mayor Holt and wife of Blabon
were shopping in the city Mon
day.
Charlie Wasem. a former Hope
boy, was doing business in town
Friday.
A large number of Hopeites
spent Sunday on the banks of the
Sheyenne.
The International Correspond
ence Schools have an exhibit in
town this week.
The W. C. T. U. will meet with
Mrs. Ida Williams Friday after
noon at 8 o'clock.
Oscar Brunsvold was in town
Saturday. He returned to North
wood in the evening.
The person owning the lady's
fur jacket can have the same by
calling at the postoffice.
Chester Piatt, one of Coopers
town's prominent business men,
was in town Saturday.
The Hope Athletic association
is planning to have afield day in
the near future. Watch for date.
N. C. Viele returned from Pel
ican Rapids Saturday, where he
had been taking a vacation for a
few days.
McLaughlin's coal sheds went
down with a crash yesterday,
probably on account of being
overloaded.
Are you going to the exhibit
of the International Correspond
ence Schools at Carpenter &
Warner's store.
Wanted—A good girl to do gen
eral housework. Wages, $6 a
week. Good references required.
Inquire at Pioneer office.
Knut Thompson returned Sat
urday evening from the Montana
Hot Springs, where he has been
taking treatment for rheuma
tism.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Green
wood returned from Minneapo
lis Saturday evening. A sister
of Mr. Greenwood's returned
with them.
S. J. Catlin and son and Miss
Tilly Wellman were out in the
western part of the state last
week, where they located several
fine claims.
We are informed that a new
jewelry store will be opened in
this city soon and will be located
in the room now occupied by the
Palace Restaurant.
Hope is receiving many con
gratulations upon the orderly
way the celebration was carried
out. If anyone tells you a Fourth
cannot be celebrated without
brawls and fights it is good evi
dence that he did not spend the
day in Hope.
Us.
Don't Forget
that it will pay you to fiigure with us any time you want any Lumber.
Try it Once a.nd See.
If you need only a small amount, come in and get our Prices which will be as Low as
the Lowest, and the Best Material.
Remember it's the Green Lumber Shed.
Sabin,
Local Mgr.
I
it
Hope, IV. Dak.
We will sell yo\i a
Coupon
10.00
A $
Discount
FOR. CASH
Orv Everything.
To those wishing to Pay Cash for their goods we will
do as follows:
For S1S.OO
Book Spot Csisn*
This 10 PER CENT. Discount will be given
to those only, who buy Coupon Books. They
$ will be issued as follows:
I A $20.00
cZk"at
CoBu„p„°kn
I Discount will not be given in any otKer
way.
Bec^erjec^ & Longer,
Hope, N. Dak.
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DISTRIBUTING DEPOT FOR
PITTSBURGH PERFECT'' FENCES,
ALL GALVANIZED STEEL WIRES.
FOR FIELD, FARM AND HOG FENCING.
THE OILY ELECTRICALLY WELDED FEIC&
EVERY ROD QUARANTBBO PERFECT
The DURABLE Fence,
None so STRONG.
AH large wires.
Highest EFFICIENCY.
LOWEST COST.
No Wraps
to hold
Moisture
and cause
Rust.
KING
The celebrated stallion "Tosca"
owned by the Steele Co. Belgian
Stock Company was awarded
second premium at the Griggs
county fair. The decision was
close and many seem to think
the Steele county horse shiould
have worn the blue.
$ 18.00
at $9.00
I
Spring goods are arriving daily and we are
stocked to the utmost and can supply your
needs in every line
"PITTOBUBGH PERFECT" FEXCIKO. (Standani Style.)
IkMtiiMy STOCK HOOF. V* ou SHE YOU MOKEY Fmfep
CALL AND St KIT.
(SL
SMITH,
North Dakota State Pair, Far­
go, July 23 to 28. Tickets, $2.25,
Hope to Fargo and return. Dates
of sale, July 22 to 28, inclusive.
Final return limit July 29.

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