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The Hope pioneer. [volume] (Hope, N.D.) 1882-1964, January 19, 1911, Image 3

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The Greatest Offer Ever Made to Stock Feeders
Dr. Hess Stock Food on 3 Months Trial
From the manufacturer's written guarantee and the un
tiring praise it is receiving from our customers we are doubly
sure that it is, without a single exception, the best Stock Food
or tonic ever produced and at a price that you can afford to
feed it regularly.
Now here is our proposition: We will supply you with
sufficient Dr. Hess Stock Food to feed your animals twice a day
for three months we will supply you with 25 lbs. or one ton,
then if at the end of three months you are not absolutely sure
that it has paid you to feed Dr. Hess Stock Food, that is, if
your animals fed for market have not been more thrifty, your
other stock in better state of health, return to us the empty
package and we will refund every cent you have paid us.
are the prices:
500 lbs. for $25.00
Or 100 lbs. at the same rate, $5.00
Or 25 lb. pail at $1.60
There is not a farmer or feeder in this communitty that
can afford to miss this liberal proposition.
Mark you, you are to be the judge and jury.
Also, a few G0SSARD CORSETS,
Sizes, 19-27-29-31
Regular $5.00 sellers for
Hurst's Store
Courteous Treatment Good Service
The Club Caie
Rooms in Connection
As We Heard Them
Lecture Course Jan. 30th
Do it now. What? Pay your
Goffe & Bemis ask your atten
tion to their new ad this week.
Mr. Cone, of Buffalo, was in
the city Monday, consulting Dr.
Geo. A. Warner returned Mon
day morning from a business
trip to South Dakota.
Dr. Scanlon, of Page, was in
the city Tuesday, assisting Dr.
Hedding in an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wakeman,
of Colgate, were in the city Tues
day evening and Wednesday.
Mrs. Wm. Oxton, of Finley, re
turned to her home yesterday
morning after a visit at the Elli
ott home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bottne, of Col
gate, spent Monday in our city.
Mr. Bottne is manager of Kraa
bel & Kraabel's store at Colgate.
In spite of the weather pre
dictions to the contrary, the first
few days of this week have been
very fine with the exception of
Mrs. Hoffman, who has been
visiting at the home of her broth
er, Louis Gunkel, the past
month left Tuesday morning on
No. 3 for Portland, Oregon.
Mrs. Chalmers, of Winona,
Minn., and Mrs. S. A. Withrow,
of Livingston, Mont., sisters of
VI rs. A. E. Warner left last even
ing for St. Paul, after a short
visit in our city.
I have closed my shop at Bla
bon temporarily and will put all
my time among the farmers buy
ing Live Stock. Will be able to
call on short notice. A. H. Bra
ger, Blabon, N. D. 42-tf.
Ed. W. Hanson left Monday
evening for El, Paso, Texas,
where he will spend the remain
der of the winter. Randal Cur
ry will have charge of the busi
ness during Mr. Hanson's ab
When buying a cough medi
cine for children bear in mind
that Chamberlain's Cough. Rem
edy is most effectual for colds,
croup and whooping cough and
that it contains no harmful drug.
For sale by all dealers.
Mr. C. S. Shippy brought an
interesting newspaper in for our
inspection yesterday. It was
the Natal Mercury, published at
Durban, South Africa. There
is quite a difference in the style
of United ^States and South Afri
can papers the most noticeable
one being absences of display
headlines on news articles and
the placing of the advertising in
the front sections.
Now is the time to have
your Watches and Clocks
repaired. Then there is
no lost time in the spring.
Anything in the jewelry
line repaired, repaired right
and on short notice, at
moderate prices.
The Pioneer, $1.50 per year.
GOOD Cutter for sale cheap.
F. W. Ehred. 43-tf.
The next number of the Lec
ture Course is a Male Quartet.
Don't neglect to pay your sub
scription if you want the Pioneer.
Dr. Fish was on the sick list
last week but is again able to be
A baby girl arrived at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. L. N.
Wood Tuesday morning.
"Mound City Paints may cost
a trifle more, but—!
45-52 J. H. McCollom."
B. A. Cumming, of Blabon,
was in the city Tuesday evening.
He came down to attend the
Eastern Star party.
Miss Clara McLean returned
Wednesday of last week from^ an
extended visit at the home of her
brother at Virginia, Minn.
If your paper bears a one cent
stamp this week, take this to
heart: You will not receive an
other copy until you settle with
the printer stamps are too "ex
LOST—A gold watch with El
gin movement, on the evening of
Jan. 12, in the neighborhood of
the Methodist church. Finder
return to Pioneer office for Five
dollars reward. 43-2t.
T. M. Major went to Fargo
Monday evening to attend the
dog show which was held Tues
day and Wednesday by the North
Dakota Kennel Ass'n. We un
derstand he entered his dachs
When given as soon as the
croupy cough appears Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy will ward
off an attack of croup and pre
vent all danger and cause of anxi
ety. Thousands of mothers use
it successfully. Sold by all
John Williams arrived ^on
day from St. Paul for a visit with
his children, before leaving for
the coast. He was accompan
ied by his cousin, Miss Macoy,
who will be the guest of her
grandmother and other relatives
for a short time.
Fidelity Chapter, O. E. S., en
tertained their friends at the
Masonic Hall Tuesday evening.
Several hours were spent play
ing "Cinch" after which a de
lightful lunch was served. About
eighty were present and all en
joyed themselves to the limit.
"Ye editor" will leave this
evening for Grand Forks where
he will attend the meeting of the
North Dakota Press Association
Friday and Saturday. A big
program has been prepared, in
cluding a banquet. He will be
able to tell you more about it
next week.
Mrs. A. M. McLaughlin re
turned last Saturday from St.
Paul where she has been visiting
for the past two weeks. She
reports Mr. McLaughlin to be
getting along in fine shape at the
sanatarium where he has been
receiving treatment and expects
him to return within*a week.
The Big Mask Ball, Hope,
Tuesday evening, Jan. 24. Mus
ic by Malchow's. All spectators
25c. Costumes at Club Cafe, $1
a suit.. One hundred dollars'
worth assorted masks, 25c each.
Fine prizes. Don't miss the fun
niest event of the season, or the
big Prize Waltz. Supper at
The Dakota Western Assur
ance Co., of Watertown, S. D., an
"Old Line" life insurance com
pany, which was. recently ad
mitted to do business in this
state, is well represented in our
city by Mr. A. E. Warner. He
has been a very busy man the
past few weeks writing insur
ance and has been furnishing
policies that are giving great sat
isfaction. Several prominent
men in this vicinity are stock
holders in this company, among
them being Oashier Geo. A.
Warner, of the Hope National
Bank, who is a member of the
Board of Directors.
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Beckerjeck & Langer
Dealers In
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Hope National Bank
Hope. N. DAK.
O I E 5 & I E O S
J. E. LASHAM, President. JNO. D. FOIJ5Y. Asst. Cashier
C, S. MOORES. Vice-President. Fred N. Lang. Teller.
GEO. A. WARNER, Cashier, F. N. Gilmore.
L. B, Hanna.
Charter No. 8395.
A I A a id in $ 5
S O O E S a it $ 5
S S a iv id of it $ 1 6
$ 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.
Jewel Heaters
Base Burners and Oaks
The Largest and Best Stock we ever had.
No Better Goods
Come in and see them.
Hope, N. D.
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