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The News •vwy wnk and ivery day FOR S3 YEAR. The Hope Pioneer, Regular Price $1.50 a year, Give# you all the local news and jells what happens all over the home county as reported by our special correspondents. Bigger and better than ever. The Mfinneapoliis Oafily News REGULAR PRICE $2.00 This special low price for both Is extended to the first 100 sub scribers. Take It now. SAMPLE COPIES FREE AT THIS OFFICE. Six Best New Copyrights "The Ne'er-do-well" "The Iron Woman" "The Common Law" "The Winning of Barbara Worth" "Mary Midthoine" "The Harvester" Mallory's Drug Store The Hope Bakery Ferdinand Grams, Prop. You will find me at the old stand prepared to serve any kind of short-order meals at any time of the day. Fresh Bread—baked everyday Fancy Bread, Rolls and Pastry I. W, STANDLEY jjj AUCTIONEER, HOPE N.D. (18 years'expj: ce.) ffi ty $ a Sales made anywhere. |j| ill All details attended to iljl Of Write or phone me at ill IJJ my expense for dates. fuTantlon 1« Ml CALIBER A YEAR. Brings you every weekday com plete Illustrated news and accu rate market reports,, with special articles and clean sport pages. Woman's page a feattire. An In dependent people's paper, not owned by the tiusts. (f* in arranging your sale. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPVRIQHT8 &C. Anyone sending a sketch and description ma ontoklr aioertaln our opinion free whether an probably patentable. Communion. rant Oldest agency for seburlng patenta. Patents taken through Munn St Co. receive iptiial notiet, without ebarge. lu the Scientific Jfmcrkati. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any sclenllOc Jnurnul. Terms. »S a year: four months, tl. Bold by all newsdealers MUNN &Co.36,Broadwy-New York Branch Office. 625 St. Washington. D. C. Subscribe for the Pioneer. MODEL IS1G Self-Loadiofl Kifle It Strikes A Blow of 2038 fe This new Winchester shoe La a heavier bullet and hits a harder blow than any other recoil operated rifle made. It is more powerful than the .30 Army, of big game hunting fame. The loading and firing of thir. rifle are controlled by the trigger finger. It JS'TS LIKE TUE HAMMER OF THOIi Send for illuztroicd circular fully ds&cribing this new rifle which has strength and power plus* WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., New i!avca» Cuuu., U. S. A. LAST CALL FOR THANKSGUIING POULTRY Get it in at Once Will be to your Advantage WE BUY OUTRIGHT-NO COMMISSION WRITE FOR PRICES AND TAOS E COBB St- Paul, Minn. FOR THE: FRESHEST AND BE5.T AND.... DESIGNS For Parties. Weddings and Funs a's. .• i-r vi- I'm "I.- I rt.-if:-: WATCHES -."i.i: are not made to be thrown and tossed about. A watch is a delicate piece of mechanism and jolts and jars de stroy its time accuracy. Watches purchased from mail order con cerns are thrown about by Mail Clerks as if they were so much junk. No matter what the price is, a Mail Order Watch, is not wortk its price when delivered. Don't take chances. Buy a Walthara of us— we will guarantee satisfaction. MCLAUGHLIN Jeweler and Optician Dance at Opera House Thanks giving night. Supper served on stage. Music by Carpenter's Orchestra. The annual election of officers of Occidental Lodere, A.'.P and A.'.M, will be held at the regular meeting Friday evening, Nov. 24th. All members are request ed to be present. Improve your health and per sonal appearance by having your teeth put in good condition. Drs. Chandler & Gale, Surgeon-Dent ists will be at the Bijou Theatre Building for three days. Nov. 27th to 29th. "I do not believe there is any other medicine so good for whoop ing cough as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. Francis Turpin, Junction City, Ore. This remedy is also unsur passed for colds and croup. For sale by all dealers. lewaegaeasoseeeaeao Locals As We Heard Them Did you read Wamberg's ad? Latest books at Wamberg's. Rooms to rent. J. K. Joslyn. 10 Dr. Chandler. Nov. 27th to Nov. 29th. You get your money's worth at the Bijou. J. J. Wamberg returned Wed nesday from Mayville. Better not miss Wamberg's special Saturday sales. Don't Wait, order that coal to day from Ed W. Hanson. Please call and pay up your subscription to the Pioneer. Dr. Chandler, Biiou Theatre Building, Nov. 27 to 29 inclusive. Concert and dance at the Opera House Thanksgiving Night Guaranteed attraction Cart wright Concert Co., Nov. 30, 8:00 P. M. Professional nurse, Miss C. A. Ouren. Phone Dr. Fish's office. Mr. Langer, of Casselton, was visiting relatives in this city this week. Big Masquerade at Colgate, Monday. Dec. 4th. Malchow's Orchestra. FOR SALE-Pure bred Bronze Turkeys, Toms $4.00, Hens $3.00 30-13t R. C. PALFREY Messrs. McCollom, Ehred and Hugo Gunkel went to Fargo Tuesday evening. FOR SALE—Cabbage at 2c per pound. Wm. L. Curfman, Hope, N. D. 30-tf. Miss Eunice Yerwest, of Pick ert, is a guest at the home of Miss Grace Curry. Ben Gray, of Tower City, was transacting business in this city the first of the week. Miss Rose McCarty left Mon day evening for Colgate where she spent several days. FOR SALE—Full blooded short horn bull calf. Age 3 months. Care Pioneer. 33-35-37 The Bodreaux refined singing act, at the Bijou next week. Don't miss hearing them. H. D. Carpenter left Monday evening for Colorado where he will spend the winter with rela tives. FOR RENT—The L. A. Jacobsen residence for rent or sale. or particulars inquireat Wamberg's Drug Store. 3t-p Mrs. John Thompson came over from Clifford last week and has rented the O. G. Major resi dence for the winter. The Epworth League Social which was advertised in last week's issue has been postponed until Wednesday evening, Nov. 29th. J. E. Warren was a pleasant caller at our office this week and while here took the opportunity to secure the Pioneer for a year. Who's next? There will be a social enter tainment for the members of the Woodman Lodge who attend the meeting to be held on Wednes day, Dec. 6tlx Don't miss hearing The Bod reaux refined singers, at the Bijou the last three nights of next week and Thanksgiving and Sat urday matinees. Union Thanksgiving services at the Congregational church Sunday night. Rev. Moore is to preach the sermon. Offering will go to the Children's Home,Fargo. LOST—One black bill book owner's name,Eddie Johnson, in side, Also money and receipts. Finder please leave at Goffe & Bemis' garage and receive re ward. 33-tf. Invitations were issued this week to the wedding of Miss Mary Frances Pope, daughter o: Mr, and Mrs. T. F. Pope to Mr. George B. Carpenter at the home of the bride's parents Wednes day, Nov. 29th. 250 new novels at Wamberg's. Epworth League Social Nov. 29th. Dr. Gale. Nov. 27th to Nov. 29th. Dance at the Opera House Fri day night, Nov. 24. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shipp.v went to Fargo Monday evening. Thanksgiving Night Cart wright Concert Company—Opera louse. Take a few of those Sunshine Dainties home for lunch from Warner's. L. A. Jacobson arrived in this city Wednesday and is spending several days here. Dr. Gale, Dentist at the Bijou Theatre Building, three days Sfov- 27th, 28th and 29th. B. R. Gray and family have moved to Tower City where B. J. has gone into the livery busi ness. Woodman Lodge will meet Wednesday evening, Dec. 6th, and all members are urged to be present. Cartwright Concert Company at the Opera House Thanksgiv ing Night. Ed W. Hanson sells Hard and Soft Coal. Have you ordered your winter's supply yet? If not, get busy. Dr. Chandler and Dr. Gale, Surgeon-Dentists, at the Bijou Theatre Building, three days Sov. 27 to 29 inclusive. Peter Brown went to Fargo Tuesday evening to visit with Mrs. Brown who is receiving medical attention in that city. Your dental work should not be neglected. See Dr. Chandler and Gale, Sui-geon Dentists at the Bijou Theatre Building Nov. 27-28 and 29th. The Epworth League will give a Thanksgiving social in the base ment of the M. E. church Wed nesday evening, Nov. 29th. Everybody invited. Auditor G. J. Mustad passed through our city last evening on his way to Clarksfield, Minn., where he was called by the death of his brother-in-law. You are invited to attend the Thanksgiving social in the base ment of the M. E. church Wed nesday evening, Nov. 29th. Giv en by the Epworth League. Gordon Jefferson was called to Belgrave, Ont., last week by the illness of his father, who died Sunday morning. We are unable to learn further particulars at this time. For pains in the side or chest dampen a pieee of flannel with Chamberlain's Liniment and bind it on over the seat of pain. There is nothing better. For sale by all dealers. Arthur Wood, who was con fined in a hospital in Fargo for some time and was in a very critical condition, is again up and around and returned to this city last week. A heavy northwest wind start ed blowing yesterday and before evening had developed into a small blizzard, but this morning has dawned clear, bright and somewhat colder. Mr. Henry Wolf has secured the pool hall and will take pes session the first of December He will conduct the place in an up to-date manner and will ap preciate your patronage and support. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Standley, who expected to leave the first of this week for points in the south, have been forced to post pone the date of their departure owing to the serious illness of Mrs. Standley. Latest reports, however, state that she is recov ering very nicely. Cartwright Concert Co., Opera House, Nov. 30. "Best enter tainment given in this city in many years. The kind that a man likes to have his family at tend."—D. L. Jones, Ph. D., Pastor Pres. Church, LaMoure, N. D. THE HOME Of Quality Groceries THANKSGIVING! The Most Important Day of the Year From a Culinary Point of View! The Day When the Utmost Caution and Discretion must be used, and the best Judgment exercised in the selec tion of the Viands for the Thanksgiving Feast! Success in this respect, insures the additional thankfulness of all concerned—the Guest, the Host and Hostess—and— the Grocer. TRY THESE—THEY'LL PLEASE1 Cranberries, per qt 15c Chili Sauce 16 oz 35c Pure Applejuiee Cider, gal 40c Lingenberries, per qt. 15c Queen Olives, 1 6 8 5 Spiced Herring, per lb I2^c Pumpkin, per can 15c Pork and Beans, per can 25c Ripe Olives, per can 45c Clam Chowder, per can 35c Beckerjeck & Langer Special Sales in Furniture Occur in my store every day, because I have a complete line, excellent in quality, such as Dining Room Sets Bed Room Sets Parlor Sets Tables Chairs Book Cases Writing Desks Buffets Dressers Etc. Portieres Window Shades Rugs Lace Curtains Etc. Come in and let me show you the stock, as there are some nice Bargains awaiting you. E. D. Washburn Carpets COSTS YOU NOTHING THE RADIANT HOME Heater will save you 10c per day in fuel every day you use it. You use a stove at least six months of the year, or say 180 days, a saving of 918.00 every season or in five years you have saved 190.00 The stove has paid for itself besides leaving a nice balance. Your house has been thoroughly heated, and the stove is as good as new. Do Not Burn Your Money. Buy a RADIANT HOME. KING & SMITH I ED. W.HANSON DEALER IN COAL & LUMBER 'i 'ere re re ei it 1 1 1 1 1 1 Subscribe for The Pioneer.