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I PHONOGRAPHS GET THE EDISON the finest phono graph made, not the squeaky kind. We carry a complete line of records, Comical Pieces, Southern Medleys, Instrumental Rag-time and numerous others make up our list of Edison Gold Moulded Records. They last nearly twice as long as any other record made and re tain their tone qualities to the last. JOHN J. WAMBERG Storm Windows O IN 99 cents Get Them Now &nd Save Coal The N. W. Hawkinson Lumber Company Wm. H. SABIN Mgr. ©•S4® 51.00 $ A Month PAYS FOR I Accident & Health INSURANCE Do you know that you can get a policy by paying $1.00 a month, that will pay you for time lost by sickness or accident. You get your money promptly for every day you loose thru sickness or 'accident, This Insurance is more popular than life insurance as you do .not have to die to win. We wrote 15 policies in the month of June. Call and let us write you, Hope Realty Ng &. Collection Co. Local Agents. The rooms over the Gold Medal Pharmacy for rent. Apply to Mrs. W. H. M. Philip. The PIONEER PRINTERY prints any hings Try it and see. $ .M Hand Lotion For Fail Chaps Our Almond Cream is a re markably clean and satisfying emollient for correct treatment i* of chaps and rough or cracked skin. Delightfully perfumed, not" greasy. Gives that cool, sooth- ing effect so much sought but so seldom found. Gold Medal Phairmaicy WANTED —A good girl for general house work, good wages Apply to Mrs. M. B, Cassell. When ready to make your fall purchases do not over look Mrs, Bowen's hats, I now have the Agency for the Swastika Laundry of Devils Lake. Basket leaves Wednesday morn ing returning Saturday morning. Patrons please note change of time. A. B. McLaughlin, Apples $5 per barrel at Mey er's. Don't fail to read the ads in. the Pioneer. Get your fruit for canning now atLoney's. Try Meyer's oyster stew. None better. Coming—the Finley Orchestra Dance Nov. 15. The best winter apples $5 per barrel at A. Meyer's. The Crows will visit Hope Nov. 16th and 18th. Enough said. King & Smith will supply you with window glass in all sizes. A good second-hand heater for sale. Enquire of P. W. Ehred. Apples $2.00 per box at Loney's as long as this consignment lasts. Porter Kimball is up from Far- go visiting with the^boys on the farm. The finest oyster stews in the state served at the vPalace at all lours. Ticket"good for 8 baths i$2.00, bath without ticket 35cts. Slit er's, barber shop.j Dr." and Mrs-^Geo.^A. SFead were Fargo'visitors'Monday, re turning yesterday, Hsu J' The fountain at the Palace will run the year around. Hot and cold drinks at all times. FOR SALE Good driving mare, harness and buggy. En quire of Hope Realty & Col. Co. Five hundred dollars worth of Hamilton watches just received at Strickler's Jewelry Store, Fresh bread and all kinds of bakery goods can be found at the Palace restaurant at all times. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. H. A. Np^thfop to-morrow (Friday) afternoon at the usual hour. C. G. Merriell came up from Minneapolis last Monday and is looking after some business matters. The Finley orchestra will give a big dance in Hope Nov. 15th. Everybody come. See bills for particulars. The old favorites "The Crows" are biU for a two nights' engage ment at the opera house, Nov. 16th and 18th. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sliter de parted Monday on a two week's visit with relatives and friends at Ladysmith, Wis. Dr. Philip, who is now at St. John's hospital Fargo, is report ed very low, in fact, little if any hopes are entertained for his re covery. Ice cream sodas are served at the Palace New Year's Day as well as on the 4th of July. Foun tain will be in operation the year around, Mrs. S. D. Curry and Baby Philip were passengers for Far go yesterday, where they will spend a few days with Dr. and Mrs. Philip. H. R. Brewer, of Ripon, Wis., who was the guest of his daugh ter, Mr§. 1+ H. Smith, for a few days last week, left Monday for the Pacific coast. Rev. Alexander Cameron lec tured at the Congregational church last Monday evening to a well filled house. He is said to be a very interesting speaker. A, E. Warner has handed in in his resignation as agent for the St. Anthony & Dak. Ele. Co. at this place. Mr. Warner will give his entire attention to the store and photo studio. A, E. Watkins was taken very suddenly last Friday with a severe attack of appendicitis, He was taken to Fargo, but has not yet undergone an operation, This is Wats second or third at tack, Elsewhere in this issue will be found Ordinance No, which grants to C. S, Moores a fran chise for the operation of an electric light plant in this city. The plant is to be first class in every particular and is to be in operation within one hundred days, O or Garments Delivered Day of Sale. You get the garment you pick out. You do not have to wait. A sufficient stock of sizes is carried to fit all forms. Wanted Girl for general house work. Apply at the LMh rop residence. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hanchett and family, who have been living on the old Daniel Nelson farm during the past summer, return ed to their old home in III. last Tuesday, where they will reside permanently. Dr. C. J. Sullivan, the optical specialist of Fargo, will be at New Hope House again Tuesday, Nov. 26th. Anyone haying eye trouble, needing glasses fitted or changed should not fail to oall at the hotel. Optical work only. Would you be thankful on Thanksgiving? If you have some thing to be thankful for you will. Then, if you would be thankful send 15c a share for a block of stock in the Lee Com stock Mining company, p. o, box 258, Rhyolite, Nevada. F. W. Soule the eyesight specialist will be at Fulmer's jewelry store again Tues. and Wed. Nov. 19th and 20,th prepared to examine defective eyes and fit glasses when needed. Last visit this year. Don't miss this chance. "Tobe" Lewis, who has been with the Major Implement Co. for the past three years has severed his connection with that firm, and, departed last week for Wallace, Idaho, where he will spend the winter, "Tobe" leaves a host of friends in Hope and all join in wishing him well where ever he may cast his lot, Hope is to have a new store, The Variety Cash Store, Strickler & Warner, Props. The new firm has a car-load of goods on track ready to be unloaded and the bal ance of their stock will arrive in a few days. They will occupy the east side of the Loney build ing and expect to be ready for business some time next week. Here's wishing the new firm success. See their ad, elsewhere in, this Issue, Beckerjeck & Langer Announce to their Friends and Customers A Cloak and Sale Friday Afternoon and all day Saturday, The Announcement of This Sale will Surely -o- Interest You N the day and date mentioned above we have made arrangements to give our trade the advantage of selecting ready-to-wear garments u^or here at home from what we thoroughly believe to be the best and most satis factory line of ready made goods^ northwestern states. This line is really what might be called a big city cloak stock on wheels"--—a line which is sent out to us by a highly reliable concern who make a business of these sales and who have built up an enormous trade through fair dealing reliable goods, and reasonable prices. The great advantage of a personal selection is apparent to all. It as sures you a perfect fit, and above all an opportunity to thoroughly examine the cloth used in the manufacture and the tailoring as well. No one will be pressed to buy and we invite all to come and look over the line. Meet your neighbors here on Cloak Sale Day. SQUEnav KING J. D. BKGWNAP«B8T. THE— 22-23 -o- children including cloaks, furs, or seperate skirts right Better Service Can be obtained by visiting this sale as early in the day as possible, as the days are getting short and it gets dark so early a person should take advantage of the day light to examine cloths thoroughly. A PAIR TO DRAW TO best Hester Is a R.adiant Home 15he best Ra.nge Is a Sc Mailable Monarch They are economizers of'fuel and easy to regulate. SMITH S. J. Danskin, Vick-Prest. M. B. Cash ELL, Cashier First National Bar)K» Hope, North Dakota. CAPITAL Surplus $50,000.00 $10,000.00 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 Sold Steamship Tickets Sold g. Conveyancing 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 .. if! ai if' r. Mi liifxJ.T, 2 abt/ir'.l Lliil j£fi V!