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& ,**&• V.' $J -I 4 Do you want a SUIT? Do You Want a CAP MITTS? Do You Want a Pair of SHOES, OVERSHOES UNDERWEAR? When you give your money to us we agree to give you two things—the full value of your mon ey in the best Merchandise that can be made, and entire satisfaction—both are very import ant to you. Until you have received both we consider the transaction incomplete and stand ready to re turn your money, no matter which, of the two you have failed to receive. BECKERJECK & LANGER W. J. HANSON, Dealer In WOOD & COAL CALL PHONE 56 The Season Is at Hand When we have a little time in which we can get out that large manure pile which has been accumulating for several years. The best way to remove it is with a Corn King Manure Spreader These spreaders are of the return apron tipe and are driven from both sides which prevents binding, has roller bearings, and runs with very little friction. It has all the latest features which makes it the strongest and most durable machine, with the lightest draft, on the market. In Gasoline engines I have the INTERNATIONAL, This engine took the Prize Medal at the State Fair and also Sweep stakes. Everybody knows the International makes good where-ever used. I also have a stock of Fur Robes, Horse Blankets, etc* Do You need anything in my line this fall? If so I will treat vou right. «k i?t OVERCOAT? Very truly, A. L: STEWART, Blabon, N. Dak Ed. W. Ha.rvsorv SELLS All Kinds Of Hard & Soft Coal. Office and Scales &t Hawkinson Lumber Co'a Yard PHONE119 Locals Mrs. Jas. Elsbury is reported to be very ill. Switches, puffs, rolls and hair goods at Mrs. Bowen's L. A. •$ Jacob son of Fargo was a visitor in our City Monday. Buy a short order meal ticket at the Club Cafe and save money. Lowney's Xmas boxes of Bon Bons at Mallory's Drug Store. Try Wamberg's Toilet Cream for the hands and face. Leave orders for Brick Cream for Xmas dinner at N. Mallory's. Regular Sunday dinner at Club Cafe 35cts. Dinner 1 p. m. Ice M. the at Fancy boxes for mailing your Xmas gifts at Mallory's Drug Store. Jas. Loney, of Fargo, was in our city Tuesday looking after new land business. A fine baby boy arrived at the lome .of Mr. and Mrs. B. T. £raable Sunday evening. Miss Ethel Stansbury has tak en charge of the local work on ihe Sherbrooke Tribune. S. D. Scott has some good in formation about insurance in lis ad. this week. It is of special interest to farmers. Dode Fisk makes a town only once a year. His date at Hope this year is Jan. 13th. Don't miss this concert and dance. Hugo Gunkel and family left riday night for Milwaukee where they will make an extend ed visit with friends and rel atives. Mrs. D. J. Gumb and children went to Fargo Saturday evening and will visit there with her cou sin, Mrs. Laura Ruth ruff until after Christmas. Miss Ella Nelson arrived Sat urday morning from Willow City, where she has been teaching school. She will remain here during the holidays. The cold waves come up with great suddenness A Colgate man left his window open at night and was awakened by the chattering of his false teeth on the bureau. Geo. Luce returned Monday morning after spending several months at business college in Bloomington, 111. He will return after the holidays and will com plete his course. Mr. Robert Ferris who has been attending business college in Bloomington, 111. returned Tuesday morning to spend his Xmas vacation at home. He made a short visit with friends at St. Cloud, Minn., enroute. Howard Washburn arrived riday afternoon from Fargo, The stork, who arrived a few lours later, left a bouncing baby girl at his home. Atty. Wash burn is looking mighty happy in spite of the snowy weather. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ball, of Finley, who were married at Finley recently were unfortunate enough to have their honeymoon trip broken up by being in the wreck of the Oriental Limited near Chicago. They were quite badly bruised and cut by flying glass. "A Texas Ranger" was the attraction at the Opera House last evening. The play was a good one and a large number of people showed their appreciation of Man ager Fead's good work in secui- ing this attraction, by attending. The play was well staged and elegantly costumed. Estray Taken Up. One yearling steer, red and white, came to my place 6 miles southwest of Hope about Nov. 15th Sec 28 Carpenter twp. Owner can have same by paying charges. C. L. Looney. Dode Fisk'a Orchestra Jan. 18th. Dr. Fish made a trip to Finley Friday. Brick Ice Cream at Hanley & Pepper's. Steele Co. Watkin's territory for Sale. Address, C. J. Parker, 38-4tp Page, N. D. Meals and lunches at the Club Cafe at all hours. A big Base Ball dance Monday evening Dec 27th. Fine Writing Paper at Wam berg's Drug Store. M. B. Cassell transacted bus iness in Minneapolis the first of the week. •Buy ypur Xmas post cards and post card albums at Mallory's Drug Store. Landtfor sale. Cr.op payment plan. Blabon State Bank. Dont forget the Dance & Supper eve. big Yeomen New Year's Mrs. R. S. Hurst returned yesterday morning after being absent a few days. The most beautiful line of box candies ever shown in Hope at Hanley & Pepper's. Owing to the late arrival of our passenger we are unable to give the names of todays arrivals. FARM LOANS Get your farm loans at the Blabon State Bank. Lowest Rate possible. The big dance of the season will be the Base Ball Dance in the Opera House Monday Dec. 27th. The Misses Lizzie and Paulina Jeffersons spent the first of the week visiting friends down the line. A. E. Warner returned Thurs da yfrom Aberdeen, S. D. where he has been writing life insur ance. There will be a ChristmasTree and exercises for the children at the Opera House Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock. J. D. McBain was in our city Monday soliciting funds for the work of the American Sunday School Union. Roy Couran, who has been traveling thru the western and southern states, returned home yesterday morning. A fancy bottle of perfume makes a fine Xmas present for a young lady. Palmer's line at Mallory's Drug Store. Mr. Melville Larson, who has been employed at Kraable's store for some time has accepted a position in a store at Clifford. FARMERS ATTENTION Will trade a first class hotel for farm stock and machinery. Inquire at Pioneer offiice for particulars. Mrs. E. J. McMahon will leave this evening for Minneapolis where she will spend Christmas with relatives. Messers Ray Nelson and Earl Hughes arrived from Minneapo lis Friday and'will spend their Xmas vacation here. Rube McLean returned Friday from Fargo, where he has been for some time, having recently had an operation on his ear. The Independents and Hope High School basket ball teams will meet for their first match game Christmas evening, in the Opera House. We are sorry to report the death of Mrs. T. G. Pierson's mother at Valley City last week. Mr. Pierson attended the funeral returning Monday. Miss Murray, who has been on the sick list recently owing to an attack of appendicitis, left Monday night for her home at Anoka, Minn. She was accom paned as far as Fargo by Mrs. Jessie White. 0 $ 2 uy I furnish nothing but the HARDWARE OF* King & Smith. The New Hope House J. E. SCHEURICH, Prop. Rates $2.00 per day, $4.75 and $5.00 per week. Warm, clean rooms, all in first-class shape. Meal Ticket, good for twenty-one square meals, $4.00. Special attention to commercial travelers. Give us a Trial Courteous Treatment Good Service The Club CaJe HANLEY & PEPPER, Props. Meals at all Hours Rooms in Connection Louis Sandquist Piano Tuner of Fargo All Work Guaranteed First Class or no Money Required. Leave Orders at A Use for Snake*. Snakes, for all we know, may be useful things. Upon the Island of Jar malca the Indian mongoose was turned loose, and this form of ferret soon killed out all the snakes—Just as the Jamaicans had planned—bat ticks got so thick that much grazing land was useless. Apparently the ticks bad been held down by snakes. Worse still, after running out snakes, the mongoose began on birds' eggs. All this biological balance Is a new and difficult branch of science which Is little understood. (§L Fulmer Brimer l^y^jpftftaftfflsooooaoaooocQQ&ocec&ooaoooooooao&oc&aoQ) 1 IF YOU CONTEMPLATE! doing any building next spring, it will be to your interest to call on us during the winter and make known your wants. We can supply you., with anything you want in the line of lumber and will guarantee to Best Grades at the Lowest Prices possible,] Give us a call. We are here to please you. Beidler-R-obinsorv Lbr. Co. C. S. EgaLn, Agent. T# i»i i' TOA (V v* The Buyers' ay Guide Tki Anas whose mm— an repre sented In ear advertising column* art worthy oi the tonMemoo of every penoa la the commimtty who ku mooey to spend. The fact that they advertise stamps then as eatacyrie ing, progressive meaof Wsinees, a credit tooor towa, aadd PLgSfcLtt 3KL dealing, feed Jfjma,Imbm*prices. *-•».