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Locals As We Heard Them geooooooccaoocoooocc Hammocks at Wambergs. 1 Sundaes a specialty at Wamberg's. "Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more, but—! 45-52 J. H. McCollom." M. B. Cassell made a business trip to Minneapolis Monday even ing. "Tanglefoot" and Poisonous Fly paper at Mallory's Drug Store. Rev. and Mrs Wallace left Saturday evening for a visit with frienns. Baker's Meat Market has been redecorated and is now open again for business. Peter Brown returned Satur from St. Paul where he went with a carload of stock. Mrs. H. J. Harness came down from the Lake Friday evening for a few week's visit. R. A. Lathrop and family and Rev. and Mrs. Wallace returned Thursday evening from a few days outing at Lake Cormorant. Mrs. Haviland, accompanied by her son Kelsie, left last even ing for a ten day vacation in the Twin Cities. ...... Miss Ina Jefferson returned Saturday morning from a sev eral weeks visit with friends at Buffalo, N. D. Dr. Harwood and Rev. Hitch cock autoed to Valley City Fri day afternoon where the latter spent Sunday .visiting with a former pastor. Why not pay up your sub scription to the PiQneer and get the Minnesota and Dakota Farm er free for a year? It is a good magazine issued twice a month and contains reading, matter .for the whole family. Mrs. Washington and (laugh ter, Grace, mother and sister of Mrs. S. Hitchcock, came down from Canada Monday evening and are visiting here a few days before leaving for their home in Minnesota. As the St. Anthony Elevator Co. has decided to close their house here for this season, F. Smith has been transfered to Donnell, Minn., where he will have charge of an elevator. The All-Stars journeyed to Kindred last Saturday and play ed a double header with the team there Sunday, getting an even break by the following scores: Hope 2-7, Kindred 7 6. John Knoblauch did the pitching. Read this: The Minnesota and Dakota Farmer and theHopePio neer one year for one dollar and fifty cents. Old subsribers can secure the same terms by pay ing in advance. This offer is for a limited time only. "Scrappy" Lipps came down from Devils Lake Tuesday even ing for a few days visit with friends before leaving for his home in Iowa. He has been playing great ball at the Lake, having been in twenty-eight games of which twenly one were victoriesaifd two tied. -While in Willis ton we had the pleasure of meeting Geo. Drake ly, of Angie, formerly of this city. George is chairman of the County Board of Equalization which was holding sessions at that time. He sends regards to all old friends. Better make arrangements to go with us on our Excursion Trip to the lands of the Mussel shel Valley and Judith Basin Montana, August 16, 1910. $25 for the Round Trip. 'Phone or write. B. A. Gumming, Blabon, N. D. Ice Cream at Wamberg's. v The Pioneer, $1.50 per year. A. S. Davis Machine Co. does horse Fresh Candy at Mallory's Drug Store. Malted Milk drinks at Wam bergs' Fountain. Mrs. Peter Brown spent Tues day down the line. CarlOstley came over from tfayviile the first of the week. Mrs. F. W. Ehred left Tuesday evening for a visit at eastern points. Read the Automobile Ordin ance published elsewhere in this issue. 1 ,v.vv New linen stationery by the pound with envelopes to match at Mallory's Drug Store. Take your Blacksmithing and Plow work to A. S. Davis Ma chine Co. for first class work. J. J. Wamburg is attending le Druggists Convention which is being held in Fargo this week. A couple of nice showers the past week have helped to put the fields in good shape for plowing. FOR SALE CHEAP—One 12 guage Hammerless Baker Shot gun. Inquire at the Pioneer Of fice. WANTED—Two-thirder, good on strait matter by first week in September. State wages. Pio neer Hope, N. D. Percy Olson returned from St. Paul last Thursday. His knee is greatly improved and altho still using crutches he gets around in good shape. The A. S. Davis Machine Co. are installing a large 50 trip ham mer in their shop for use on plow ays and heavy work. The ham mer is a large one weighting 1600 bs. The Pioneer desires a corre spondent in Colgate and Blabon. you are interested in either of these little cities make it your business to see that they are properly represented in the pa pers and help them along. It will not only benefit us and our readers but will boost the towfa'. The small game hunters of the state will undoubtedly have some good sport this fall as all reports state there will be an abundance of Prairie chicken and grouse. Duck will be plentiful too, altho ihey have had a hard season, on occount of the drying up of so many of the small sloughs. Many of the young ducks have been deseated and left to shift :or themselves. At Sawyer, the Mayville Tribune says, one farmer has over fifty of these which he is feeding and caring :or regularly. We don't like to say much about it, but Bro. Brundage, Editor of the Tolna Tribune, formerly editor of the McVille Journal and at one time a pop ular athlete in base ball and foot ball circles of this city, has lost lis standing in athletic circles among the newspaper men of this state. It all happened at Willis ton when the Editor Champions were playing the fast Williston team. The score stood 2 and 2 and Brundage was called from the bench as a pinch hitter for the Moulders of Public Opinion the only thing he could hit how ever was the atmosphere ond'the way be took three vicious swipes at it, tearing. it to shreds and making it shreek, nearly drove the fans wild. A few minutes before Brun had made a beauti ful catch of an easy fly in the center garden and we were pre pared to shower him with prais es but he went to bat and we were forced to hide our face with humiliation. Never again can we point to him with pride and say We have known him- long ant loved him much." Our Burden is greater then we can bear. We will add however that thru the efficient umpiring of Editor Richter, of Larimore the News paper boys won the game by the score of 4 and 2. Editors Visit Williston Last Friday and Saturday we enjoyed the hospitality of the city of Opportunity, Williston. about one hundred eighty news paper men, a large number of 1 lem accompanied by their wives, gathered there for the mid-sum mer meeting of the N. D. Editor ial Association. The people of that thriving city provided an entertainment that could not lave been better. From the 1 lime of arrival every one was cooked after and his wants sup plied. Not an hour but what here was something doing that rept up the interest and made the time pass all too quickly. Before each business session the Willistion Band rendered a short concert on the street and also gave a two hour concert Sat urday evening. Friday afternoon automobiles were provided for tbe editors and they were shown the many interesting sights around the city, among them being the tate Sub Experiment Station, the Irrigation ditches and pum ping stations, the power plant, which provides electricity for the sub stations, and the coal mines. At the Experimental Station the men in charge ac companied the parties over the fields and explained the process es used and the benefits of each experiment. While the men were out on the auto trip the ladies of the city gave a reception for the visiting adies. That evening, all who enjoyed dancing were entertained at the lall. After the business session Saturday morning every oue gathered at the public square where a barbecue was held, a beef being roasted whole for the event. An interesting talk on the "Cost System"was given by tlr. Scott, of Minneapolis, at the afternoon meeting, aud a Ben franklin club organized. 1 At four o'clock the Editors and Villiston ball teams came to ge ther onthe ball diamond, the Sditors winning by a score of 4 lio 2. The feature of the game was the attempt of a mob, led by 'ercy Trubshaw, of Cooperstown to mob Umpire Richter for call ing a Williston man out after he lad made a home run. Asocial gathering and feed given in the opera house at nine o'clock that evening was a fit ting closing feature of the ses sion. After the feed was over Sam Clark, of the Minot Report er, was introduced as Toast Mas ter, and a number of appropriate torsts ''were responded to by those present. Another feature of the enter tainment during the day was a cadger fight, in which Editor Curtis, of Hampden figured as he man who pulled the string. All were sorry to leave when everything was over and join in declaring Williston tbe best lit tle city in the state. Grape juice drinks at Wam bergs' Fountain. Egg Drinks at Wambergs' Fountain. Try our Hires Root Beer. It's great. Wamberg's Drug Store. A. S. Davis Machine Oo. for plow work and wagon or buggy work. Miss Myrtle Milligan and Mrs. A. E. Watkins went to Devils Lake Saturday for a few days visit with relatives. Hope Markets August 11th, 1910. Hope Farmer's Elevator. No. 1 Northern Wheat $ 1.07 2 1 0 5 (Velvet Chaff same as No 2 Nor.) No. 1 Durum 84 2 82 No. 1 Flax 2.40 Oats 31 Barley 53 Sing a song of soda, A Fountain full of fizz, And endless foamy glasses Filled with drink that is. This rhyme tnay be non sense but our soda is all right. When you have an appe tite for ice cream or wish a refreshing driuk come to MALLORY'S FOUNTAIN HOPE. N. DAK. At Our Soda Fountain you can obtain something sparkling and refreshing to drink. The many varities enable you to get just what you want. There are many ways of making Soda. Water but only that'which insures good qual ity finds favor with us. When some thing really delicious, refreshing and satisfying is desired, drop in here. THE CLUB CAFE. 60 YEARS* EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS .... COPYRIGHTS &C. Anyone sending a Bliet oh and (Inscription may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly conlUleutial. HANDBOOK on Patents sent free. Oldest atrency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive tpecial notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handsomely lllnstrnled weekly. Largest cir culation of any eeieniltlo journal. Terms, $3 a year four months, fl. Sold by all newsdealer* MUNN &Co.3e,Broadwa"-New York Branch Office. 625 8t„ Washington. D. C. S. C. ANDERSON Decorator, Painter and Paper Hanger Box 192, Hope, IM. Dak. Patronize the advertisers in the Pioneer. FOR RENT. I will rent the upstairs rooms of my house on lngalls Avenue. J. K. Joslyn. For Sale. S. E. 31—145—54 with about 200 tons hay thereon. Treasurer, Carleton College, Northfield, Minn. STRAYED or STOLEN—From Thos. Jergenson's pasture near Sheyenne River, one black geld ing, coming 4 year old, white star in forehead and scar on front knee. Suitable reward for information leading to re covery. Martain Olson, Hope, N. D. 3 There appears to be a Black Hand Society in Beach, as the editor of the Chronicle has been threatened to quit the publication of his sheet or it will be blown up in sixty days- The ultimatum also asks the editor to rid him self of his opera house or it will receive the same deal that his plant will, blown-up and burned Editor J. W. Brinton says he will be doing business at the old stand in sixty days, and prepared to take the aerial flight on a stick of dynamite.—Portland Republi can. Call on or address, Have you ever realized the great advantage of buying merchandise for CASH? Ordinarily Money is worth 8$, 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. Then besides We wHI 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, IV. DAKOTA. Where will You Locate? •©•©•©•O ®4®4® ®4® ®4®A Somewhere! But youlwill find on investigation I that no place offers better business possibilities or opportunities than Blabon, N. Dak. Does right now and vou shouldn't fail to locate 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|openings If yon desire to invest before the raise, get into the game at once. B. A. CUMMING, AGENT BLABON. N. DAK.