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1 ,i VI $£• :j.^ Arvy Young Mcli\, no matter how fastideous, with a most highly developed epicurean taste, should not hesitate for one moment to treat his lady love with our Ices and Creams even to the point of ample sufficiency, for they are positively pure and whole some. All our syrup and flavorings are the product of natural fruit. THE CLUB CAFE. .IRADE Sundaes a specialty at Wamberg's. "Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more, but—! 45-52 H. McCollom." Meals at all Hours Opposite House IP 11 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE PATENTS MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS AC. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Commnnlca tlonBstriotly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken .through Munn A Co. receive ipeclal notice, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.argest cir culation. of nny scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a year: four months, (L Sold by all newsdealers. MUNN & Co.36,Broadwa"-NewYork Branch Office. S25 8t« Washington, D. C. Hammocks at Wambergs. FOR SALE As I have decided "to move to Montana, I will sell my residence and store on Steele Ave. -j H. H. Ful'mer FOR RENT. I will rent the upstairs rooms of my house on lngalls Avenue. J. K. Joslyn. |i|As We Heard Them lecocoaoosbsfe&saaci Courteous Treatment Good Service The CRib Cafe HANLEY & DALHOE, Props. a Fresh Candy at .' Mallory's Drug Store. Ice Cream at Wamberg's. The Pioneer, $1.50 per year. Malted Milk drinks at Wam bergs' Fountain. Mrs. Foster and son are visit ing at the Lathrop home Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Pierson returned Tuesday after a( short absence- Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Lang are taking an outing at the Lake Melissa, Minn. Mrs. Washington will occupy the pulpit at the Congregational Church Sunday. New linen stationery by the pound with envelopes to match at Mallory's Drug Store. Miss Edith S wanson, of Clif ford, was visiting with her sis ter, May, yesterday. Mrs- J. L. Stephenson and children are guests at the Carle ton home this week. J. D. Foley and wife returned last Thursday from a short visit at Rolla and Rock Lake. Mrs. Ed. Hanson, returned Tuesday after an extended visit with friends and relatives in N. D. points. Everything in the line of Sum mer Millinery. £oing at lowest prices ever heard of in the city at Mrs. Bowen's. Mr. and Mrs Hitchcock and daughter, Mary, and Mrs. Wash ington, spent Monday with Mrs. Rose Cyrus at Blabon. Mrs. I. K. Lockrem went to Devils Lake Saturday returning Monday with Mr. Lockrem who has been in the northern part of the state for a couple of weeks. Rooms in Connection Prompt attention given Quick and Sure Two ca^rs, with experienced drivers, for Livery purposes. Automobiles Stored. Automobile Supplies of All Kinds Vour patronage solicited Telephone No. 48 \'y Egg Drinks at Wambergs' Fountain. Try our Hires Root Beer. It's great. Wamberg's Drug Store. Residence and Store for sale. See H. H. Fulmer. Big Reduction Sale in Millin ery at Mrs. Bowen's* Monog'ramed stationery at 50c per box at the Pioneer office. Porter Kimball, of Fargo, is transacting business in Hope. Buy Arsenate of Lead for po tato bugs at Wanbergs' Drug Store. Miss Helen Dean, of Ellendale, is a guest at the M. B. Cassell home. Get your woven wire field fence at King & Smith's. All sizes and at right prices. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cassell spent Sunday with friends at Detroit Lake, Minn. Miss Mabel Mills, of Hanna ford, arrived Monday and is vis ing with Miss Isabel Carleton. David Nelson, of Mayville, visited with friend and relatives in the city the first of the week. Adam Major returned yester day from the Hot Springs, where he has been reoeiving treatment for some time. The Catholic Ladies' Aid will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. K. Sheets. Everybody, invited. Miss Eva and Master Clarence Kimball, of Fargo, arrived Mon day and will spend the remain der of the summer here. Miss Grace Kimball arrived Friday. Mrs. Tillotgon, Vivion and Miss Doris left by auto for Val ley City last Friday. From there they went to Mandan where they will visit forborne time. If you are not a subscriber to the Pioneer now is the time to be gin^ We will give absolutely free to every new subscriber and every subscriber paying at least a year in advance a years sub scription to the MINNESOTA AND DAKOTA FARMER. Ask us. for a sample copy. Elsewhere in this issue we publish the abstract of votes cast at the primary election. Look them over and see how the various candidates for office 9tood in this county. The vote goes to show that the people voted for the man and not for a division of the party and now that the ticket is settled let every voter work with a will and this fall will see our state with a good Republican government again. Long live the G. O. P. a-jij to of repairing. all kinds Opposite New Hope House 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 MALLORY'S FOUNTAIN HOPE, N. DAK. Grape juice drinks at Wam bergs' Fountain. Mrs. Elliot and daughter vis ited at Finley this week. Messrs. G. A. Warner and F. C. Martin and wives spent Sun day at Sharon. Mr. Foster came up from Far go and spent Sunday with his family, visiting at the home of R. A. Lathrop. Gus McLaughlin while em ployed in a sash and door factory at Aberdeen S. D. suffered a sev ere injury of the arm Friday morning, which will lay him up for several weeks. He came home Saturday morning. FOR RENT Furnished Rooms Suitable for light house keeping. Inquire at Pioneer office. 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 LOST—On road from Fred Ful ler farm tp three mile south of Colgate, about June 20 th.Finder please return to this office, or Mrs. P. K. Gandrud. Corn for Sale Will have a car of corn on the track about Saturday, July 23. Orders taken for any amount of corn or oats at prices that are right. Imperial Elevator Co. Bank Statement. No. 68B3. Report of the Condition of First National Bank at Hope, in the State of North Dakota, at the close of business, June 30. 1910. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $248,814.38 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 2,513 27" U. S. Bondsto secure circulation— 50,000 00 Banking house, furniture, and fix tures .' 12,000 00 Other re&l estate owned 10,930.22 Due from State and Pri vate Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies, and Savings Banks $ Due from approved reserve agents Checks and other cash items Fractjpnal paper curren cy, nickels, and cents... Lawful Money Reserve in Bank, viz: Old 40 17,153 54 351 42 213 44 Specie...! ijegal-tender notes Redemption fund with U. S. Treas urer (5 per cent o( circulation) [SEAL] 4.288 70 8,672 00 Total. Total 31.298 50 2,500 00 $358,081) 37 LIABILITIES- Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less exixmses and taxes paid National bank notes outstanding... Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers 1,784 05 Individual deposits subject to check 69,209 32 Demand certificates of de posit 2,152 90 Time certificates of de posit 140.822 17 Cashier's checks out standing 618 14 Bills Payable $ 50,000 00 10,000 00 8.499 49 50,000 00 214,586 88 25,000 00 $358,086 37 State of North Dakota, I County of Steele, I, P. W. Ehred, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best ol my knowlege and be lief. F. W. EH BED. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of July 1910. B. c. REYNOLDS 4 Notary Public Correct Atte3t: J. D- Brown 1 M. B. Cassell Directors J. F. Beckerjeck I S. C. ANDERSON Decorator, Painter and Paper Hanger Box 192, Hope, N. Dak. Then besides ^1 Have you ever realized the great advantage buying merchandise for CASH? Money is worth 8$, 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. Beckerjeck A. L. 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. IBI Call on or address, 1 B: 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. BLABON, IN. DAKOTA. ©•©•©•O •®4®4®4S ©•®40®4 Where will You Locate? I I Somewhere! But youlwill find on investigation that no place offers better business r" possibilities or opportunities than Blabon, N. Dak. Does right now and you shouldn't fail to locate in time to be certain of taking the lead and so get in on the ground floor, Investigate! a 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|openings If yon desire to invest before the raise, get into the game at once. 4 Yours for business, A. CUMMINGJ AQENT I BLABON. N. DAK. 1 f' A of Ordinarily •jM '-is-'?