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man Hall Nov. 6. Atty. Barclay was down from the county seat Friday night. C. S. Shippy was transacting business at Bismarck the first of the week. P. J. Duncan was down from Sharon Monday and took in the Burke speech. Miss Lydia Loney was home from Fargo from Friday until Monday morning. 1 Local News Items E. J. Pepper, of Finley, spent Sunday and Monday with his family in this city. Parties having cattle in O. G. Major's pasture must take them away at once or same will be sold. Get busy. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Danskin tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at the usual hour. All are invited. F. E. Carpenter, J. H. McCul lom, B. C. Shaw and W.H. Farris are at Stump Lake this week hunting geese. H. H. Fulmer handles storage battery for automobiles and gas oline engines. The best grade of batteries always on hand. J. A. VanDusen and family have moved in from the farm and are now occupying their resi dence in the south part of town Atty. Bosard, of Grand Forks, will address the people of this vicinity from a republican stand point at the opera house tonight. The Rustic Ball given a week ago last Friday night was a grand success. There was a good crowd and everybody seemed to enjoy themselves to the limit. As Told To Us at Wood- There was an oil famine in Hope the first of the week. R. A. Pope was down from Sharon Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hurvey arrived in Hope last Friday from Washington, where they went about a year ago. They will, we understand, make an ex tended visit here. 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 TiT Leave your orders for tailored cloaks, suits, waists and skirts with Miss Gilmore at the resi dence of F. N. Gilmore. All work guaranteed. B. E. Nowlen, of Marengo, la., has accepted a position with the Blabon State Bank as Assistant Cashier. The bank opened its doors for business for the first time yesterday morning. Last night was halloween and numerous parties were held in the city. The boys, of course, played their usual pranks, and the witches were out in full force until well after midnight. Dr. and Mrs.Bigelow returned last evening from Chicago where they have been visiting for a cou ple of weeks with friends and rel atives. Services will be held at M. E. church' Sunday as"usual. A farmer near Larimore raised 10,300 bushels of potatoes this season which he sold at 33 cents per bushel, his total receipts be ing $3,399. After deducting the actual cost of raising, together with the rental of the land, the crop netted him a profit of $41.93 per acre. A paying crop. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mc Laughlin were called to Carring ton last Friday by wire announc ing that their daughter, Mrs. White, had been badly burned with gasoline. They left imme diately by way of Mayville. Mr. McLaughlin returned Monday and Mrs. McLaughlin and Mrs. White and baby are expected tonight: Mrs. White was not so badly burned as was at first thought. "The Belle of Japan" the Jap anese Novelty play which held forth at the opera house Tuesday evening was a real novelty to the theatre goers of this city. The company is composed of artists in their line and proved a great attraction to our people. The juggling act, by the only Jap in the company, was a feature which many would pay the price alone to see. Should this com pany appear in Hope again they will be greeted with a packed house. FOR RENT. South half of Sec. 10-144-56. Inquire of F. N. Lang at the Hope National Bank. KING & SMITH. ,ess= In the play "A Homespun Heart", which was presented at th.e opera house last Saturday night we have a play abounding in all the lights and shades Of dramatic art, a true to nature play, which tells a true story, of common real every-day life, in a forcible and at the same time, highly pleasing and entertaining manner. There is a homelike naturalness about the perform ance that makes one forget that they are attending a play. This company is deserving of packed houses. Doctor—Now, see here, before I take your case I want to know what kind of groceries you eat. Prtient—Most any old kind, but I expect to eat nothing but the "Monogram" and ''University" after this. Doctor—Good your case will be easy to cure. Al ways eat "Monogram" and "Uni versity" Brand, they are pure. Sold by Kraabel & Kraabel. JUST RECEIVED. A carload of Michigan apples at A. L. Baker's fruit and confec tionery store. Price of apples range from $3.00 to $3.50 per barrel. Send in your order now. ONE WEEK LATER James Loney, by special re quest, has decided to change the date of his November 7th trip to the Canadian Northwest one week later, Wednesday, November 14. There area number desirous of making the trip so Mr. Loney decided to change the date one week later to accommodate those wishing to go. This will probably be Mr. Loney's last trip this sea son. Write or phone early for transportation. A Business Change A deal was consummated last week whereby A. E. Warner pur chased H. J. Harness' photo gallery and entire equipment.* Mr. Warner now has carpenters at work on his building on. third street, first door north of J. H. McCullom's hardware store, which will be transformed into an up-to-date gallery. H. J. Har ness will have supervision over the gallery and none but com petent help will be employed and all work will be strictly guaranteed as first-class inevery particular. No pains ofc money will be spared in equipping the gallery and giving Hope as good a Photo studio as can be found in the state. Mr. Warner expects to have his studio ready for busi ness in a few days when he will be pleased to have the public call A CARLOAD SHIPMENT Of The OLD RELIABLE "Radiant Home" HEATERS and RANGES. ALSO Mailable Monarch Ranges Cole's Hot Blast Heaters We have a Complete stock of Air Blast andAir Tight Heaters Call and examine our line and let us show you the stoves that burn the least fuel and last the longest. Yours for Business MARKET REPORT WHEAT No. 1 Northern 64i cts. 2 621 3 60 Maccaroni 52 FLAX S 1 01 I AT THE PLAY HOUSE! •i1 Nov. 8—Ruth Craven Nov. 16—Old Arkansaw NOTICE Having sold my photo studio, together with good will, to A. E. Warner, I wish to thank my pat rons in general for past favors and wish for him the same patron age accorded to me. in the past. Yours truly, H. J. Harness. Chicken Pie Supper The ladies of the Congrega tional church will give their an nual chicken pie supper at the Woodman hall Tuesday evening, November 6th. WAKE UP! One of the surest means of building up a town is for the peo ple of the neighborhood to make it a point to patronize home in stitutions. The more liberally the people patronize the mer chants of a town, the greater will be the ability of those merchants to meet all the wants of the people. There seems to be a growing inclination on the part of some of our people to send away for goods that can be ob tained of as good quality and as cheap right here in Hope, and the px-ofits on which would help to sustain our own merchants. Many persons believe that they can send away and purchase articles at retail in cities for less than the same articles can be purchased for in the country. If these people will stop to consider for a moment, they will find that the high rents and high clerk hire which retail merchants in large cities have to pay consider ably more than counter balances the difference in freight. Add to this the fact that nearly all small purchases made away from home are sent by express, at high rates of carriage, and it will be readily seen that goods pur chased away from home cost more than they could be bought for here. Then again are you positive of getting full weight and measure and do you examine the goods and see them weighed out to you. The case has been known, and happened right here at Hope this fall, where a farmer ordered twenty-five pounds of dried fruit, when actually the box, fruit and all weighed but fifteen pounds. Mr. Farmer paid freight on twenty-five pounds also paid for ten pounds of fruit which he never received. Wake up, Mr. Bargainseeker, and find out where you are at, investigate, have a" heart to heart talk with your local merchant, and, if in the long run you don't profit by. it we will miss our guess. Then again there is another phase of this question which should have some weight. It is that during the summer months when money is scarce, these same people who send* away for goods when they have money do not hesitate to call on the local merchants to furnish them with what they need and carry them till after harvest. Surely one good turn deserves another, and the mer chant who strains his credit to accommodate you is deserving of your patronage when you have cash to spend. Keep in mind the chicken pie supper Nov. 6. Subscribe Now $1.60 THE 5 & This is the time of year you need CLOTHING for your Boys To Start School! We will Give you a Chance to clothe your boy at HALF PRICE Tor a Limited Time we will sell Boys' Suits, sizes from 3 to 15 years old, AtMOneHalf. MNFCBWOWUTRTT. •45H We haven't all sizes but what we have will go at ONE HALF to make room for The New Goods. Come Every they will not Last Long! Beckerjeck & Langer. J. D. BROWN, PRBBT. S. J. DANSKIN, VICE-PRBST. M. B. CASSELI., CASHIER F'rst National Baok» Hope. North Dakota. CAPITAL #50,000.00 Surplus $5,000.00 A General Banking Business Transacted Hail Insurance in "Old Line" Companies Safety Deposit Boxes of the latest pattern Lowest Rates on Real Estate Loans Real Estate Bought and Sol Steamship Tickets Sold Conveyenclng We believe we can take care of ALL of our customers needs along all of the above lines and all others handled by any bank Cheaper Theurv Coa.1! Storm Windows Only $1.00 Put on Storm Windows and Doors and save your fuel. Get them now before winter comes.. We also have all kinds of building material at the lowest prices The N. W. Hawkinson Lumber Co. WM. H. SABIN, VICE-PRCS. & MANAGER Ads in the Pioneer reach the People. Try it and see* A A"" 11 'f :t. 'f I J. I .'wit- R'*".', S"