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Screw, price Buy your FORMALDEHYDE iibw. We have only the best, guaranteed 40 per cent. It pays to use it on every kernel of seed you put in the ground. We give you full weight and full strength at 25c a pound. J. J. Wamberg This last week we have received several large shipments of Men's, Women's, Misses' and Children's Shoes Several new numbers have been added of the Celebrated FOOT-SCHULZE CO.'s Make, and if you want to be easily, comfortably and sat isfactorily shod, come in and at least let us Rocky Mountain Calf Work Shoes They are no experiment here. .Men's Rocky Mountain Calf Blucher, Black Leather, 1-2 Double Sole, Standard Men's Velour Calf Blucher, Straight Shoes, worth $3.50 everywhere, our price Hurst's Store Courteous Treatment Good Service TKe CRib Ca^fe HANLEY & FULLER, Props. Rooms in Connection PIANO If you have not purchased a num ber, it veill pay you to investigate. OTHER PRIZES ARE ALSO OFFERED 1 qq Last $2.90 Lti Ai.AALii.fc.HHi.Ai UUfc.ALlA The Beautiful Piano on display in Fulmer's window is to be given away FREE. Some one is going to be presented with a beautiful present. Locals Heard ROOMS FOR RENT. J. K. Joslyn. J. J, Warn berg spent Sunday in Fargo. Dr. Chandler, Dentist, March 18 and 19. Fresh Candies at Mallory's Drug Store. Don't forget the Lyceum Play ers March 10. A leading topic, The Hoosier Drill. See Stewart's ad. Don't neglect to pay your sub scription if you want the Pioneer. Watch for particulars of the Hope National Bank's corn con test. Steele County Mailing Lists for sale. $2.50 each at the Pi oneer office. HORSES FOR SALE—I have eight head of good work horses and drivers for sale. G. D. Fisher. 49-4t. Hard Times Prices at H. H. Fulmer's Watch Cleaning $ .75 Main Springs .75 Balance Staffs 1.00 Jewels 1.00 The Pioneer, $1.50 per year. Use our chap and shaving lo tion after shaving. Mallory's Drug Store- Get your Sale Bills at the Pio neer office. 'Phone us about dates. The people who treat you square all the year round: the Davis & Todd Machine Co. See their ad. Peter Brown returned Monday morning from the Twin Cities where he had been transacting business for several days. FOR RENT-Seven room house in Hope, an acre of ground, barn for 14 head of horses cistern and well in house. D. D. Curfman 51 A. G. Miller, formerly County Superintendent of Schools, was in the-city Monday. He is: re presenting the'Northern School Supply Co., of which he is vice president. The most common cause of in somnia is disorders of the stom ach. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets correct these disorders and. enable you to sleep. For sale by all dealers. The Catholic Aid Society will give their annual supper, St. Patrick's Eve, Thursday, March 16, from 5:30 to 9 o'clock. Prices 35 and 25 cents. The ladies will also dispose of a beautiful quilt. W. W. Archer will sell at pub lic auction on his home farm, 3i miles south and 3 miles west of Finley, on Wednesday, March 22, all his horses, machinery and household goods used on the farm. This will be the big sale of the year and you will miss it if you don't attend. 50-2t. HONESTY AND QUALITY If by honest methods and good quality goods we can get your trade, we want it if not, we are not in the market for it. Every article that goes out of this store is guar anteed and if not as represented, we will gladly make it right. The guarantee that goes with our work cannot be stronger. In fact it is so strong that WE GUARANTEE TO REPLACE YOUR WATCH MOVE MENT WITH A NEW ONE IF WE CANNOT MAKE IT RUN. Can you ask more? If we did not know our business we would not do that. Come in, see our goods, see the printed guarantee that goes with every article and job of work. We want to treat every one just right and that is all they can ex pect. We have watches, in all prices from $3.50 to $150.00, and every one guaranteed. Come in and look them over. Honest goods and Honest methods. MCLAUGHLIN Jeweler and Optician Seasonable Hardware at, Mc Collom's. See King & Smith's Paint ad this week. Have YOU visited the public schools this year? Mallory will furnish you with Formaldehyde. See ad. R. A, Lathrop was a Fargo business visitor this week. Mrs. G. W. Kotts and baby went to Farge last evening. John Nybo was a pleasant call er at our sanctum yesterday. Mrs. E. D. Washburn left last evening for a visit in Wisconsin. A Checker tournament will be held at the Club Cafe this even ing. Wamberg, the Druggist, asks your attention to his ad this week. The Star Meat Market is the place to get your meat. See their ad. B. A. Cumming returned Sun day morning from his trip to Montana. Wait for Dr Chandler, Dentist, at the New Hope House March 18 and 19. A. S. Davis went to Jamestown last evening for a few days visit with old friends, H. H. Fulmer cleans your watch and guarantees it for 75c. Note prices on other work. Rev. S. S. Wyand departed Monday evening for a short visit in South Dakota points. Owing to the bad roads the Sherbrooke items did not arrive in time for publication. G. A. Warner and wife re turned Monday morning from a ten days' trip to Helena, Mont. Harvey McDonald, who has been spending the winter with relatives in Illinois, returned home Sunday morning. Mr. Joseph Washington, of Ninga, Manitoba,. Can., arrived this morning for a visit with his niece, Mrs. S. Hitchcock. W. H. Farris, who has been en joying a ten days' visit with his mother at Eau Claire, Wis., re turned Sunday morning. George Luce returned to Far go Tuesday evening, where he is attending business college, after having spent several days at home. Mr. and Mrs. F. Langer, of Casselton, spent the first of this week visiting at the home of their daughter, Mrs. J. F. Beck erjeck. Mrs. J. H. Graham, who has been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Smith, for several weeks, returned home Monday. Mrs. F. J. Stumpf who has been visiting with her sister, Mrs. H. F. danders, for some time, returned to her home at. Arthur Monday evening. Mrs. W. E. Elliott was called to Ray, N. D., bv a telegram an nouncing the sickness of her brother, Wm. Drakely, at that place. She left on No. 3 Thurs day morning. When you have rheumatism in your foot or instep apply Cham berlain's Liniment and you will get quick relief. It costs but a quarter. Why suffer? For sale by all dealers. F. W. Soule, the Eyesight Specialist, will be at Fulmer's Jewelry Store again Saturday, March 11th, prepared to examine defective eyes and fit glasses when needed. Don't miss this chance. 2t The Congregational Aid Soci ety met yesterday afternoon at the Joslyn home, west of Hope. The bad condition of the, roads afforded a great deal of excite ment to the large number that attended. D. D. Sullivan, Optical Special ist, of Fargo, will visit Hope Tuesday, March 14th. All per sons having defective eye-sight or who need their glasses chang ed or renewed should call and see him. Office at New Hope House. 2t. ?f ft j* 1 4^ Beckerjeck & Langer In DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES GENTS' FURNISHINGS GROCERIES, ETC. Satisfaction Guaranteed Bhe Hope National Bank Hope, N. DAK. O I E S (EL I E O S J. E. LA SHAM, President, JNO. D. FOLEY, Asst. Cashier C. S. MOORES. Vice-President. Fred N. Lang, Teller. GEO. A. W ARNER. 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 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. Seasonable Hardware J. H. McCollom Hope N. D.