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Hope National Bank Hope, N. DAK. O I E S I E O S J- E. LASH AM, President, JNO. D. FOLEY, Asst. Cashier O, S. MOORES. Vice-President. Fred N. Lanir. Teller. GEO. A. WARNEB, Cashier. P. N. Gflmore. L. B, Hanna. Charter No. 8395. A I A a id $ 5 S O O E S a it $ 5 S S a iv id of it $ 1 6 BANKING In All Its BRANCHES TRANSACTED $ If you have idle funds, large or small amounts, see us about putting it TO WORK for you. $ We write INSURANCE of ALL KINDS: Life, Fire and Lightning, Tornado and Wind, and Hail. $ When you need a REAL ESTATE LOAN see us, before signing application elsewhere. For Chapped Hands Lips, Face or. any roughness of the skin, why not Wamberg's Toilet Cream? We have sold lots of it with perfect sat isfaction to ourselves and the buyers. It is not sticky or greasy. You can put gloves on after using it. We guarantee it. Price 25c per bottle. If you buy it once you'll buy it again. Wamberg's Drug Store Jewel Heaters Base Burners and Oaks The Largest and Best Stock we ever had. No Better Goods Come in and see them. Buy a Good Syringe To do this you are not obliged to pay a high price. We handle only the goods made by reli able manufacturers, and good quality is especially necessary in a syringe. We handle all kinds: Glass Syringes Metal Syringes Hard Rubber Syringes Combination Syringes Infant Syringes Bulb Syringes, Etc. Mailory's Drug Store Engraved Calling Cards in the latest styles and sizes at prices ranging from $1.50 to $4.00 per hundred. ,000 1 Follow the Crowd headed this way. They know a good thing and appreciate the value of faultless serving and good cooking. We Set the Pace when it applies to furnishing meals that you can eat. THE CLUB CAFE. Card Board, Blotting Paper, Bristol Board, plain or linen fin ish, Writing Paper and Mono gram Stationery at the Pioneer office. Until Dec. 15th, 1910, we will give one hundred engraved cards in script for $1.50, or we will make three sets, if ordered at one time, for $3.90. Heard The "Crows" Oct. 31st. The Pioneer, $1.50 per year. C. G. Warner made a business trip to Fargo Monday evening. Ward Greenwood is again in our city looking after business interests. Miss Edna Gray came down from Sharon and spent Sunday with relatives. New linen stationery by the pound with envelopes to match at Mailory's Drug Store. Mesdames G. A. Warner, C. S. Moores and A. E. WatMLgs went to Fargo Monday evening. Our iob department can fur nish anything in that line that you need. Prices on application. Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Wallace left Tuesday for Bismarck where they will attend M. E. confer ence. Carl Ostley was over from Mayville and spent several days in the city, returning Monday evening. Mrs. Bistline and children came down from Finley Monday evening and are visiting at the W. E. Taplin home. We are digging our potatoes and anybody wanting good pota toes can get them at the market price. Phone or write to Major Implement Co., Hope. 28 tf The O. E. S. ladies gave a re ception last Friday afternoon at the F. C. Martin home in honor of Mesdames C. R. Pepper and R. Danskin. A pleasant time is reported. Ij. D. Richardson, of Fargo, general manager of the North Dakota Ind. Telephone Co., was in the city the first of thfc week looking after the company's in terests here. ''s- I have just received samples of C. A. Stevens & Bros.' fall line of Ladies' and Misses' Suits and Coats, and would be pleased to lave you call and examine them. Mrs. J. A. Officer. 26-3t. Mrs. Geo. Lee and boy arrived Tuesday from Valley City. Mr. lee, who has been working in Watkins' barber shop for some time, has rented the rooms over Mailory 's drug store, and they will make their home there. Prof. H. E. Bilden and family eft yesterday morning for a few weeks' visit with friends and rel* atives at Petersburg. From there they will leave for Norway, sailing from New York on the 27th. We join in wishing them a successful journey and a pleas ant vacation. Politics are warming up in this county and some good speakers will be heard here dur ing the next few weeks. The Hon. A. J. Gronna, candidate for U. S. Senator, and the Hon. L. B. Hanna, candidate for re-election as Representative on the Repub lican ticket, will speak here to night, and Gov. John Burke, Democratic candidate for govern-, or, will be here Friday night. Jones of Rock, the popular Dem ocratic orator, will also give a number of speeches in the coun ty. Avery pleasant social affair was held Monday evening at the Cassell home when the W. C. T, U. gave a reception in honor of its retiring president, Mrs. S. D. Curry, and Mrs. R. Danskin, who is going away. The mem bers of the Union and their hus bands were present and enjoyed a short program which had been arranged for the occasion, con sisting of readings by Miss Iver son and Mrs. Fred N. Lang and instrumental music by Miss Danskin. Refreshments were served. All present report very enjoyable time. A. S. Davis Machine Co. does horse shoeing. Watch for bills. The Crows, Oct. 31st and Nov. 1st. Subscribe for the Pioneer, the best paper in Steele county. R. S. Hurst made a business trip to the Twin Oities last week. A. E. Warner returned Satur day from a short business trip to Fargo. Henry Christianson and fam ily have moved into the rooms over C. G. Warner's store. "Mound City Paints may cost a trifle more, but—! 45-52 J. H. McCollom." Miss Ella Stark, who is. teach ing school near Finley, spent Friday evening with her folks. Take your Blacksmithing and Plow.work to A. S. Davis Ma chine Co. for first class work. FOR RENT. I will rent the upstairs rooms of my house on lngalls Avenue. J. K. Joslyn. Mrs. W. J. Morris, of Page, spent several days this week with her daughter, Mrs. M. N. Mallory. FOR SALE—Two stoves, one Majestic range and one Riverside heater. Both in good shape. Inquire at Pioneer office. 28-tf Mesdames. I. W. and Don Standley and children left last evening for a visit with friends and relatives in Missouri. Mr. I. W. Standley accompanied them as far as Fargo. The Misses Olive and Emma Cole autoed to Valley City the first of last week. They will at tend the Normal during the com ing school year. The Hope Concert Band played at the depot Tuesday morning in honor of Prof. Bilden and fam ily. In spite of the Cold wind the boys made some good music. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. G. W. Kotts on Friday af ternoon, Oct. 7, at Bp. m. Mem bers are requested to be present as our President will not be with us again for for some time. The Catholic Ladies' Guild en tertained Tuesday, at the J. F. Beckerjeck home, in honor of Mrs. J. A. Pepper, who leaves the latter part of this week for ler new home in Fargo. She was presented with a beautiful cut glass dish, as a remembrance of the occasion. The Ananias Club held its sec ond meeting Monday evening. A sumptuous dinner with roast duck as the main course was served at the Club Hotel- The tables and dining room were ar tistically decorated for the occa sion and covers were laid for twelve. Rev. Hart was toast master and many brilliant re sponses were made to the toasts he proposed. Following the ban quet the party adjourned to the studio of W. Christ Kuffen kam where several hours were enjoyably spent by the members in singing, playing cards, initiat ing new members and in gener ally exhibiting their abilities as members of this particular class of club. An organization was formed in order to make the club permanent and the following officers elected: M. W. G. Ed W. Hanson V. W. G. L., Gus Schultz Sec. and Treas., Ed Walsh Ritual Committee, Her man Knoblauch, E. S. Johnson and Christ Kuffenkam. Another feed and social session will be held as soon as the necessary canvasbaoks are secured. Hope Markets October 6th, 1910. No. 1 Northern Wheat.. 1.02 2 .. 1.00 No. 1 Durum .. .80 2 A Call on or address, 1 .27 Beckerjeck & Langer in Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes Gents' Furnishings Grocries, Etc. Satisfaction Guaranteed 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, N. DAKOTA. Where will jYou Locate? Somewhere! But you'will find on investigation that no place offers better business 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. I 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 onoe. B. A. CUMMING, AQENT BLABON. N. DAK. e.