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As We Heard Them Ice Cream at Wamberg's. Spaldings Base Ball goods at Jii Wamberg's Drug Store. Will Gilmore, of Fargo, was in town Tuesday. Sundaes a specialty at Wamberg's. t)r. Scanlan, of Page, was in town Thursday. Mrs, .Q. 'G. .Boise, of Fargo is visiting, freinds and relatives in Hope. Up-to-date wall paper samples at Wamberg's. He pays the Express. Get your woven wire field fence at King & Smith's. All sizes and at right prices. "Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more, but—! 45-52 J. H. McCollom." E. M. Fuller and C. S. Ecran autoed to MayvilleThursday eve ning. Mrs. T. G. Pierson has been spending the week visiting friends in Fargo. J. D. Foletf and wife went to Devils Lake Saturday for a few days rest and vacation. Attorney E. S. Johnson and Landlord Sheurich journeyed to Fargo by auto Saturday. Miss Belle Martin returned Monday morning from a several weeks visit at Canadian towns. Mrs. A. E. Watkins and the Misses Myrtle and Caroline Milligan spent Tuesday with re latives in Finley. Mr. and Mrs A. E. Watkins spent a short vacation visiting friencls in Lisbon and other points in N. Dak. and Minnesota. Jas. Loney and family, of Grand Forks, drove over Satur day evening and spent Sunday •with friend iu Hope, returning.5 Monday morning. Miss Caroline Milligan, who has been visiting here* for the past two weeks, returned to her home in Eveleth, Minn., last evening. "Scrappy'' Lipps left Friday morning for Devils Lake, where he has contracted to play the bal ance of the baseball season with the team at that place. Mrs. N. J. Thompson departed Friday evening for Sioux Rapids, Iowa from there she will go to Rochester, Minn., where she will undergo an operation for appendicitis after which she will return to her home si Bathgate, N. D, The Jeffery-Davis Machine Co. has been dissolved. Mr. Jeffery disposed of his interest to Mr. Davis, who will continue the busi ness as heretofore. Mr. Jeffery will soon leave with his family for Canada where he has land interests. W. H. Riley has been transfur ed to Tolna, N. D., where he has charge of the G. N. station there. Tho sorry to have Mr. Riley and family leave our midst, we congratulate him upon this advancement and wish him every success in his new field. If you know of an item or a piece of news, tell us about it. That's what we want. But a newspaper man sometimes ex perience more difficulty "in gath ering news than one would im agine. This was the case when a reporter in a neighboring town, who a few days ago was sent to write up afire in a residence. Going to the door he inquired for th® lady of the house. The maid said she was out. "-Are any of the family at home?" inquired the scribe. "No, they are all out," was the reply. "Well, was n't there afire here last evening?" "Yes," said the hired girl "but that's out, too." Hammocks at Wambergs. Try our Hires Root Beer. It's great. Wamberg's Drug Store. Residence and Store for sale. See H. H. Fulmer. Fresh Candy at Mallory's Drug Store. Paul Curry was an arrival in the city yesterday. Mesdames Beckley and Pope, of Colgate, were Hope visitors Tuesday. Mrs. G. A. Warner returned yesterday morning after a short absence. The Couran family will move, their home to Wahpeton in the near future. Miss Katherine Carleton is spending a short outing with friends in Minnesota. Mrs. Miller and daughter, of Winona, Minn., are visiting at the A. E. Warner home. When in need of a refreshing drink or delicious Sundae, don't forget Mallory's fountain. I. K. Lockrem took a vacation trip to points in the northern part of the state last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith return ed Friday from a weeks visit with relatives and friends at Duluth, Minn. Miss Nellie Whitcher, a former teacher in our school, called on friends for a short time Satur day evening* Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Farris and son, Robert, left by auto, Thurs day, for a short visit at James town and Courtney. The Yeoman gave a party Thursday evening at the hall, in honor of W. H. Riley and family, who left Tuesday morning for their new home at Tolna, N. 1). The firm of Jeffrey Davis Machine Co. has changed to the A. S. Davis Machine Co., Mr. Jeffrey selling his interest in the business to Mr. Davis who will have full control in the future. Mr. Davis is an exqerfenced meohinest and will conduct the business in the same satisfact ory manner it has been here to fore. LOST—A part of gold fob in Hope on July 4th. Marked with initials K. J. Return to Pioneer office for reward. 2-t-p The Pioneer, $1.50 per year. WANTED—Competant girl for general house work. $5.00 per week, Mrs. Peter Brown STOCK HOLDERS' MEETING Notice is hereby given that there will be a meeting of the stock holders' of the Coalgate Farmer Elevator Co, at their office in Colgate on July 16th 1910 at 10 oclock A. M. for the purpose of electing three direct ors for three years, and one director for two year, and for the transaction of such other bus iness as may lawfully come be fore said meeting. Dated Col gate N. D. July 1st 1910. S. F. Pope. Pres. Fred Mewes, Secy. Drink and Fear not Our syrups and fruit juices are pure and wholesome. The soda water, and fancy soft drinks served at our soda fountain are just right. You will be pleased with our new IRISH PUNCH at 10 cents. It is a real thirst quen cher. THE CLUB CAFE. GRAIN PRIZES The Agricultural Department of the state of North Dakota offers the fol lowing cash prizes for the largest and' best collection of grains and grasses raised in any one county during the year 10: First prize $126.00 Second prize 100.00 Third prize 75.00 Fourth prize.. 50.00 Fifth prize 30.00 Sixth prize 25.00 Seventh prize 20.00 Eighth prize. 15.00 Ninth prize 12.00 Tenth prize '..10.00 Eleventh prize 7.50 Twelfth prize 5.00 Total prizes $475.00 All entries must be made and exhib it received on or before August 18,1910. The quantity of each sample of grain sent should not be less than one-half the size of the ordinary bun dle of grain and should be (Sarefully tied so as to prevent it getting dam aged. There should be a full bundle of flax, alfalfa and clover. These grains and grasses should be carefully packed in large boxes, with sufficient openings to permit plenty of air to circulate through, so as to prevent the grain from becoming heated or moldy while in transit. The larger the variety, the more val ue is attached to it. Extreme care should be used in selecting, arrang ing and packing epch exhibit. The department will simply take the exhibit from the boxes and display it, concealing from the judges the names of the contestants and the counties in which the exhibit was gathered. It may prove advantageous to the exhibitor to have the wheat, oats, bar ley, rye, speltz and other grains strip ped. This will make the straw brigh ter and more attractive. Have each bundle securely tied with cord. All grains and grasses should be shipped by express, so as to prevent the exhibit being kept in the boxes too long, and thus avoid it having a moldy appearance. The department will pay express charges. Consign all shipments to, W. C. Gilbreath, Commissioner of Agriculture, Bismarck, N. D. m. in in rc The Famous Ender Patent Metal Shields are in use in over one million homes and public places. They keep your doors in per fect order in all seasons of the year. They save fuel bills and avoid ruined floors and carpets. The possitively prevent the snow and ice from blocking the doors. They will protect the childrens play ground (the floor in winter) They leave no room for the flies, ants, bugs and ,ver min of all kinds taking posession of your builbings through the space at the bottom of the doors. They will last a lifetime and then some. Prices each placed on doors: Galvanized iron facing $1.25 to $2.00 Planished copper facing $2.50 to $3.50 Nickle plated, German silver and Bronze $4.00 to $5.00 Entire satisfaction guarenteed or no charge. For full particu lars call on or address. Will Abbott, Dist. Mngr. 'Hope, N. D. FOR SALE* As I have decided to move to Montana, I will sell my residence and store on Steele Ave. 2"t H. H. Fulmer MILLINERY. A great reduction will be given in all trimmed hats for the next thirty days. At the New Millinery Store. Come and get a bargain. Jessie. S. Reed. FOR RENT. I will rent the upstairs rooms of my house on lngalls Avenue. J. K. Joslyn. Drinks Sing a song of soda, A Fountain full of fizz, And endless foamy glasses Filled with drink that is. This rhyme may be non sense but our soda is all right. When you have an appe tite for ice cream or wish a refreshing drink come to MALL0RY!S FOUNTAIN HOPE, N. DAK. ''Report of the office of County Judge for the first half year, ending July 1st, 1910. No. of Cases entered for probate, 7. No. of Cases of Insanity, 3. No. of Marriage Licenses issued, 33. No. of Marriages performed by the Judge, !). June is the banner month for marri ages in the history of the County, be ing 15. Adam S. Moote, County Judge, Steele County. N. D. When a woman wants to get rid of her husband for an hour she sends him up stairs to get something from the pocket of her dress. There are many striking examples of the value of good roads, where ever roads have been permanently im proved it is found that there has been a very great increase in value of the adjacent property. Morlogramed stationery at 50c per box at the Pioneer office. FOR RENT Furnished Rooms Suitable for light house keeping. Inquire at Pioneer office. Patronize the advertisers In the Pioneer. Here is something that is worth many dollars to every far mer to know:- Sprinkle lime in your stock tank and not a particle of scum will form on the water. When the lime loses its strength scum will begin to form, which may be twice during the season wash out the tank and repeat the dose. It is cheap, not onlv harm less but wholesome, keeps the water sweet and saves the live stock. From the large lumber mills comes the reports that lumber has not been so scarce an article in years as it is now, and the in dications are that the demand for all grades of first class lum ber will be stronger during most of the months this year then it has been for along time. There is in fact an abnormal demand for it. Young men, you are the archi tects of your own, fortunes. Rely upon your own strength of body and soul. Take for your star, self-reliance. Don't take too much advice—keep at your helm and steer your own ship, remem ber that the great art of comman ding is to take a fair share of the work. Think well of yourself, Strike out. Assume you own position. Put potatoes in a cart over a rough road and the small ones will go to the bottom. Rise above the envious and jealous Fire above the mark you intend to hit. Energy, invincible deter mination, with a right motive, are the levers that move the world. Be civil. Read the papers. Advertise your business. Make money, and do good with it. S. C. ANDERSON Decorator, Painter and Paper Hanger Box 192, Hope, IM. Dak. Then besides fe Does 9 0y I Call on or address, IB&LI $4.50 RUG Have you ever realized the great advantage buying merchandise for CASH? Money is worth 8$, which means that you pay eight cents on every dollar of someones' else money. We have decided to do better with you—we will give you a bigger percentage for your money. Most people know that we have the largest and best selected stock at from 10 to 20 per cent CPEAPER than any other store in the county This means, in many cases, that $5.00 will buy goods at our store which would cost you from $6 to $7 elsewhere. We will give you a cash check for every cents worth of goods you purchase for Cash and when you get $40.00 worth of checks you get a $4.50 RUG gratis. Do you realize what a vast saving this means. Be sure and get your cash checks at the time of your purchase as they cannot be issued later. Yours for business, Beckerjeck & Langer Good Implements Are what the farmer needs. Do you know it will pay you to see Stewart at Blabon? If not, "get wise". He has the most complete line of buggies ever shipped into Steele County, The Henney and Staver buggies sell themselves. Have some fine driving harness to make a neat outfit. A manure spreader and a cream separator are two things which pay for themselves on the farm. In spreaders I have the CORN KING and LITCH FIELD in cream separators I have the DE LA VAL and EMPIRE. Call and look over my line. A. L. Stewart, BLABON, IN. DAKOTA. Where will You Locate? Somewhere! But you!will find on investigation that no place offers better business possibilities or opportunities than Blabon, N. Dak. right now and vou shouldn't fail to locate in time to be certain of taking the lead and so get in on the ground floor. Investigate! You want a building lot, I want to give you prices on lots in Blabon or any information you may desire in regard to business Jopenings If yon desire to invest before the raise, get into the game at once. B. A. CUMMINGj AQENT of Ordinarily BLABON, N. DAK.