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The Hope pioneer. (Hope, N.D.) 1882-1964, January 28, 1909, Image 3

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Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR-,
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J. O. BROWN, PRBST. S. J. DANSKIR, VICK-PREST. M. B. CASSEUI. CASHIBR
First National BaoK*
Hope, North DaKota.
CAPITAL
A General Banking Business Transacted
Hail Insurance in "Old Line" Companies
Safetv Deposit Boxes of the latest pattern
Lowest Rates on Real Estate Loans
Real Estate Bought and Sold
Steamship Tickets Sold
Conveyancing
We believe we can take care of ALL
of our customers needs along all of
the above lines and all others handled
an an
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It Pays For Itself! Why Not
Have One?
by Miliar
by sbtppinf to
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$50,000.00
Surplus $10,000.00
v- $60.00
ForSale By
K1NG & SMITH
Ttr HIDES, PELTS, RAW FURS, WOOL, ETC.
Prompt
port, ihlppinir taps and bow to obtain our Hunter*' A TrapperarGuide. We are the most ro
•Domlble Hide and For Honae In the H. W. Endowed by 100 leading agricultural]
AWPER8CH BKOS., Department eg. MlrtwtAPOUa, MINM
IS YOUR SUSCRIPTION PAID? LOOK IT UP!
Locals
LUtHuketKi? I
Books for all at "The Gold
Medal Pharmacy."r
New Edison Records at Wam
berg's Drug Store.
Robt. Officer is attending busi
ness college at Fargo.
Paul Curry and friend of Fargo
are visiting in the city.
Bert Smith of Fargo is spend
ing the day in this city.
New postal cards at Wam
berg's Drug Store.
3,000 bushels of oats for sale.
Enquire of W. E. Elliott.
Wait for the big sale at S. D.
Scott'sfarm, March 22nd.
W. J. McLean will hold an
Auction Sale, March. 13th.
Miss Lee of Minneapolis is
visiting friends in the city.
Miss Lizzie and Pauline Jef
ferson are visiting at Fargo.
We are selling games at re
duced prices. M. N. Mallory.
Good quarter section of land
for sale cheap if taken at once.
Blabon State Bank.
Wanted—Girl wanted for
general house work. Enquire of
Mrs. Philip.
Keep in mind the big auction
sale at the S. D. Scott farm
March 22nd.
The chinook wind of the past
two weeks has nearly cleaned the
ground of snow.
R. S. Hurst returned this
morning from Carrington, where
he went on business.
Mrs. A. M. McLaughlin under
went another operation Monday
at a hospital at Fargo.
F. W. Ehred returned yester
day morning from a business
trip down into southern Iowa,
Invitations are out for a grand
hall to be given Feb. 5th by the
Hope High School Athletic Asso
cation.
The Pioneer will keep on file
the House Journals and House
Bills of the Eleventh Session of
the legislature and anyone inter
ested may have the privilege Qf
calling at this office and looking
them over.
To the People of Hope, Colgate
and vicinity.
Having sold our business both
at Hope and Colgate to the firm
of Kraabel & Kraable, we take
this opportunity to express our
appreciation of your liberal pat
ronage during otir business
career and to bespeak for our
successors your same liberal pat
ronage during the future.
Respectfully.
THE KRAABELDONALSON CO.
Having succeeded to the busi
ness interest of The Kraable
Donaldson Co. we wish to extern
to the people of Hope, Colgate
and vicinity a hearty invitation
to come and do their trading at
our stores, we shall endavor to
merit your patronage by handling
only good reliable goods sold at
the lowest prices consistent with
such goods, by guaranteeing
every sale satisfactory or refunc
the money and by courteous and
honest treatment.
Yours respectfully,
KRAABEL & KRAABEL.
Clearing Sale.
Ribbons 2yd lengths and less-al
widths and colors 50c value at
35c, etc.
Embroidery and insertion a good
assortment to go for 5c.
Prints 5 and 10 yd. lengths 30
and 60c.
Ladies' outing gowns $1.35 values
at 90c.
Men's and Ladies' underwear all
50c values to go at 20c.
And many other bargains.
GROCERY SPECIALS.
Fancy Xmas cake raisins 12&
value 7£c.
Canned pineapple 20c. quality at
12i.
Canned apricots large 25c cans at
15c.
And everything to eat at
HURST'S STORE.
-K
LOOK
the Stamp
Keep in mind this big Yoeman
dance Friday evening. Feb 12th.
Mr. and Mrs. Harper departed
Monday for New York state,
where they will spend a few
weeks.
Roy Rush departed last Thurs
day evening for LaPorte Ind.,
where the family is visiting at
the old home.
J. H. McCollom is in Bismarck
ihis week attending the meeting
of the North Dakota Retail Deal
ers' Assn.
A baby girl was bori) to Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Fulmer last Fri
day morning. All are getting
along nicely.
Mrs. A. E. Watkins, who was
operated on at Fargo for appendi
citis a couple of weeks ago, re
turned home Monday.
Mrs. I. W. Standley returned
yesterday morning from Rochest
er Minnesota, where she has been
for the past two weeks.
Sewing by day or at home.
Orders taken for embroidery or
stamping. Apply to Mrs. Crum
or phone the Wakeman farm.
Clerk of Court Vadnie came
down from the^ geographical cen
tre of the county last Saturday
evening and spent Sunday with
his family in this city.
C. G. Warner spent Sunday
with Mrs. Warner at Fargo. She
is getting along nicely and if
nothing happens may be able to
return home next week.
Andrew Brimer and wife of
Sanborn, N. Dak., who have been
visiting relatives here, departed
last week for St. Louis, where
they will spend the balance of
the winter.
Johnnie Carley of Amenia drop
ped in on his old friends last
Monday and spent the day and
evening in the city. He went
from here to Devils Lake, where
he visited friends for a couple of
days.
A large delegation frqm Mc
Kinley lodge No. 44 Knights of
Pythias attended a big state
meeting at Fargo last night.
They took down a candidate from
this lodge to receive the Knight
degree. They all report a fine
time.
Miss Murray spent Tuesday
evening,with her father atCas
selton returning home the next
morning. Mr. Murray is in the
grain commission business in
Minneapolis and was called to
this part of the state on busi
ness.
Orlo Wakeman was operated
on last Tuesday for appendicitis
at Dr. Hedding residence in this
city. Dr. Scalan came up from
Page and assisted in the opera
tion. The case was a bad one
but at last reports the patient
was getting along nicely.
The ladies of the M. E. church
have secured the services of Miss
Cora Genevieve Rainsden, an Im
personator and Dramatic Reader,
assisted by other members of the
faculty of the Dakota Conserva
tpry of Music and Kindred Arts,
for Feb. 4th. At which time
very interesting program will be
given.
Miss Cora Genevieve Ramsden
who had the principal part in the
program, showed remarkable
ability in her rendering of Tenny
son's poem "Enoch Arden."
Her reading and interpretation
of this beautiful poem wo aid nave
done credit to one many years
her senior. She held her au
dience spellbound to the very last
word, and during her rendition
of the deathbed scene exhibited
exceptional talent in convincing
her audience.—Fargo News.
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WE WISH ALL
A
happy, Prosperous
NEW YEAR
Beckerjeck & Langer,
HOPE, N. DAK.
My new samples of wall paper
have arrived. I will be pleased to
show them to any one interested.
Phone or call at my residence
I. W.
STAGER.
Miss Bessie Plank returned
to Hope Monday from Colgate,
where she has been attending a
patient. She now has charge of
the Orlo Wakeman case at Dr.
Hedding's residence.
Word was received here last
week by F. C. Meader that his
brother, Jim, formerly of this
place, but who now lives near
Fort Pelly, Canada, had so badly
frozen one of his feet that he will
lose the toes and possibly the en
tire foot. He is now in a hospital
at Durban, Canada.
A change in the business firm
of The Kraabel-Donaldson Co.
took place last week, A. Donald
son retiring from the firm. The
new firm will be Kraabel &
Kraabel and will be composed of
B. T. Kraabel of this city and
brother, A. T. Kraabel, of Cliff
ord. Mr. Donaldson expects to
leave shortly for Culbertson,
Mont., where he will engage in
the implement business. Else
where in this issue will be found
the notice of dissolution, etc.
A deal was consummated last
week whereby Jas. Loney dis
poses of the business of the
Palace hotel and confectionery,
together with both buildings,1 tp
F. E. Fierce & Son of Wyndmere,
N. Dak. Mr. Loney will remain
in charge until such time as the
new firm will be able to arrange
their business matters in Rich
land Co. to take charge here
The junior member of the new
firm, we understand, will have
charge of the business and will
make some improvements in the
building and will conduct a first
class restaurant in connection.
Mr. Loney will turn his attention
to the real estate business and
expects to spend the greater
part of his time the coming year
selling Canadian lands.
MAKE MONEY
J.
a
s-
by sending your
HIDES,
FURS ETC
£un», traps etccheop
wRiT^o^SBBeu^KTC5cELSrM
Attorney Shippy is transact
ing business in Fargo this week.
Miss. Clara McLean departed
Monday morning for Devils Lake,
where she will visit her sister,
Mrs. Robinson. From there she
goes to Rugby, where she will
visit her brother, Geo. and family.
HOMEGROWN SEEDS
send for catalog of
seed corn and clover
grass seed and seed grain.
N.
Olson Moorhead Minn.
A Grand Ball will be given
Friday evening February 12th
under the auspices of the Yoe
man lodge. Malchow's orchestra
will furnish the music.
tbe cough
but stop it in the right way.
The remedy to use is our White
Pine Expectorant because when
it stops a cough it has effected a
complete cure. This renjedy
doesn't deceive by drugging it
goes to the source of trouble
and changes the condition that
causes the cough and does it
promptly.
Money back if it fails
Price, 25 cents.
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Gold Medal
Ph&.rmaLcy
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