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Hope, N. D., Jan. 12, 1912.
Mr. R. McLaughlin, Hope, N. Dak. Sir: I with to inform you that I would not be without BIG BEN for Ave timet the coat. I can sleep sound now and know when the time comes, BEN will notify me without fail. 1 am enclosing $2.50 please send one to my brother Bob, Coal Harbor, Mich. Thanking you for recommend' ing, such a fine clock, I remain, Yours respectfully, There are hundreds of such% people when they get the com pany of BIG BEN with them. YOU may be next. Call and have a talk with BEN it costs nothing and may do you lots of good. MCLAUGHLIN JEWELER AND OPTICIAN CORN•SEEDS Our 29th Annual I W Catalog is now I IILCu ready and free for the asking. It is a work of art and full of good things. See Kinf Corn on front cotw. WILL'S PIONEER SEED HOUSE and NURSERY OSCAR H. WILL & CO. BISMARCK, NO. D4KOTA 0. G. Major Auctioneer Hope, North Dakota. LIVE STOCK AND FAR W SALES A SPECIALTY. Write or phone for dates. The Hope Bakery Ferdinand Grams, Prop. Yon will find me at the old staud prepared to serve any kind of short-order meals at anv time of the day. Fresh Bread-baked everyday Fancy Bread, Rolls and Pastry The Kind YOU Like Here it is—a brimming box of luscious "sweet meaty" choco lates that melt in the mouth. and taste good all the way down. AFFT'S LATES fHoc tutc right because they are male right. From the fat little ra» cal in the corner of the box, round and brown with pecan embedded in it* choc olate heart to the very lait "goodie" there nothing purer or more Sold only at the Bijou Candy Mart Subscribe for The Pioneer. Hope Markets Feb. 29, 1912. No. 1 Northern Wheat.... $ .95 0 93 1 90 Velvet Chaff No. 1 Durum Locals 93 91 No. 1 Flax 2.00 Oats Parley. .go to .95 Heard Them Subscribe for the Pioneer. Logair Berries at C. G. Warner's. School Hats at half price at Mrs. Bowen's. See the Mutual Ins. Co.'s ad this issue, on 1st page. S.ee the sale ads in this issue and remember the dates. John Stanley was a passenger for Fargo Tuesday evenong. Dr. P. W. Chandler, Dentist, three days, March 21, 22, and 23. House and barn for rent, in Hope. D. D. Curfman. 46-4t-p. L. A. Jacobson, of Fargo, is transacting business in this city this week. There is no time like today to see about securing a date for your Auction Sale. WANTE D—500 bushels of Early Ohio Potatoes at once. E. M. Fuller The Bailey residence property is for sale at a bargain. The Hope National Bank. 38 tf. The next visit of Dr. F. W Chandler to Hope will be for three days, March 21, 22, and 23. The Pioneer has a few automo bile license application blanks for 1912 that may be had on applica tion. Have you *een the beautiful silverware set to be given away at the Bijou Saturday, March 16th. Mrs. Elizabeth Sackrison ad vertises an Auction Sale to be leld on March 8th, in this issue. Read the ad. Miss Ella Stark spent Satur day and Sunday with home folks and returned to her school on Monday morning's train. Remember the Hope Ladies' Band (the only ladies band in the state) will appear at the Bijou on Friday evening, March 1st. WANTED: 200 sets of har ness to repair. First class work. Prices reasonable. J. B. Berin ger, Blabon, N. Dak. 47-5t. W. E. Shell man's Big Auction Sale will be held Wednesday, March 13th. For full particulars see big ad in first section of tlf issue. Remember the dates that Dr. F. W. Chandler, Dentist will be at Hope, They are March 21, 22, and 23. It will be your oppor tunity to have your teeth fixed. The Catholic Aid Society is preparing for their Annual St. Patrick's Day sale and supper. As St. Patrick's day comes on Sunday the sale will be held Saturday, March 16th. There is now in the county about $10,000.00 in the permanent school fund, available to be loaned at first mortgage on real estate at 5 per cent. See County Sup erintendent, Sherbrooke, N. D. Application Blanks for hunt ing licenses may now be secured at any bank in the county Those who intend to hunt geese should secure their license now as they will be good for the whole year. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Walsh "re turned the first of the week from their honeymoon trip and are now getting their home ready. They are living in the residence formerly occupied by Mr. anc Mrs M. N. Mallory. D. D. Sullivan, Optical Special ist, of Fargo, will visit Hope pro fessionally, Friday, March 1 All persons haying defective eye sight or who need their glasses changed or renewed, should cal, and see him. Office at Major hotel. 47. Saui Linn, who was sheriff of this county about twenty years ago, spent this week in our city renewing old acquaintances. Some of his old time friends fpilttri to recognize him on account of hiii having grown a full beard during hie absence. $500 Reward During the month of March we will pay a reward of $5.00 in cash to every person who will bring to our office ten yearly paid in advance subscriptions to the Hope Pioneer. $2.00 will be paid for five subscriptions on the same basis. This is your oppor tunity to get some pin money. See your neighbors at once and get their subscriptions. North Dakota Pub. Co. Phone W. H. Northrup If you want Hard, Soft, Smoke less Coal, or Corn, at Luverne. Freight rates are now fixed to Luverne, and oarloads of the above are now on the road. In a few weeks you can get any kind of coal at any time at going prices. W. H. Northrup. 46 8t. Tenement for Rent. J. K. Joslyn. Fresh Logan Berries at C. Warner's. Short order meals are tine at the Ideal Lunch Room. Ladies' Band at the Bijou, Fri day evening, Mar. 1st. Don't Wait, order that coal to day from Ed W. Hanson. "From the Bottom of the Sea" at the Bijou March 8th and 9th. Watch for the bills announcing the Firemen's Ball, March 18th. Save money by getting a school hat for half price at Mrs. Bow en's. Yes, we print the best there is in Auction Bills. Call and see us about a date for your sale. The telephone number of the Pioneer office is 39. Call up whenever you have a news item Don't neglect to read the Auc tion Sale ad of O. E. Wakeman in this issue. The date is set for March 11th. WANTED: 200 sets of har ness to repair. Fisrt class work. Prices reasonable. J. B. Berin ger, Blabon, N. Dak. 47-at. The weather the past week has been quite clear, with very little wind. Alight fall of snow covered the ground the first of the week. Remember the dates that Dr. F. W. Chandler, Dentist, will be at Hope. They are March 21, 22, and 23. It will be your oppor tunity to have your teeth fixed. Hon. A. T. Kraabel, of Clifford, spent several days in Hope ookinix over~ business interests. 3e is in the realestate business and is starting early on his cam paign for the season. Read the article on our pres ent school building in this issue. The statements of the banks in this territory appear in this issue and show all the institu tions to be in a flourishing condi tion. For a sprain you will find Chamberlain's Liniment ex cellent. It allays the pain, re moves the soreness, and soon restores the parts to a healthy condition. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by all dealers. FOR SALE: On easy terms the following property: Lots 21, 22, 23, 24, Block No. 2, Original townsite of the City of Hope, N. D., County of Steele and State of North Dakota. Above proper ty is known as the W. H. Farris residence. Price $2650. Will sell upon reasonable cash pay ment. Balance on terms to suit. WiU accept good bankable paper in part or in full payment Inquire of I. W. Standley, write The Brown-Danakin Co., 1014 Security Bank Bldg., Min neapolis Minn. Auction Sales Following is a list of the auc tion sales booked at this office to date. Watch for bills and par ticulars. I. W. Standley, Auctioneer. March 5—D. E. Sheldon 7—J. A. Umsted 8—Mrs. Sackrison 11—O. E. Wakeman, Col gate 13—W. E. Shellman 14—Chas. Christianson 16—J. 0. Haugen 16—John Larimore W. H. Farris O. G. Major, Auctioneer. March 6—Geo. Murray, Sherbrooke 9—M. McLaughlin Special Leap Year Offer. In the Steele County Tribune of Feb. 15th, 1912, appeared the following notice: Judge Moote is offering special inducements to young ladies that will assist bashful young men and old bacholors in securing companions: I am willing to comply with the same method as was announ ced in Minneapolis Sunday Tri bune, viz: That any young lady that will pop the question to the young man, and bring about their marriage, I will issue the license and preform the marriage cere mony, and all that I will ask for my service is a kiss from the bride. Adam S. Moote, Judge. it Woman's Club Program. March 7, 1912. Hostess rs. Ray Leader Mrs. Northrop Roll Call—What I Would Do if I Were a Child Again. Paper—Value of Mother Goose and Fairy Tales, Mrs. Wakeman Reading "Motherhood" (Ell Wheeler Wilcox) Round Table Talk—Heredity vs. Environment Leader, Mrs Shippy. TheY. M. C. A. met at the I at the office of the Major home of Dr. C. B. Harwood ment Co. Tuesday evening for their regu lar business meeting. Twenty five new members were taken in which brings their membership up to fifty seven. The prospects for this organisation are very bright. Watch them do things. Song —"An Old Fashioned Moth er" (Ohauncey Olcott), Mrs Grace Smith. Auction Sales Anyone desiring to hold an Auction Sale this season should call at the Pioneer office an make arrangements to have it conduct by I. W. Standley. Don't delay as the best dates are going fast If desired we will also look after the advertising and other neees sary features of the sale. Hope Pioneer Reader for Thirty Years. S. L. Ingison called at this office the first of the week to ol der the Pioneer for another year He has been a reader of this paper ever since he arrived in this locality thirty years ago which is quite a reeord. Notice. Persons desiring to arrange sale dates with O. G. Major Auctioneer, can do so by calling I pie For Sale. $800 buys 100 shares Dakota Western Assurance Co. stock Box 340, LaMoure N. D. 47-2t LOST: Black and white fe male pointer. Return to Smit Bros. Barber Shop, Hope, N. NOTICE OF SCHOOL MEETING. Sobool District—Special Meeting of Voters. Notice Is Hereby Given. That on Thursday, the 14th day of Marcb A. D. 1918. a meeting of the voters of Hope Speolal School District No-10 will be held at the Oily Hall. Hope. N. D.. in Hope Special Scbool District No. 10. In the County of Steele. State of Nortb Dakota, tor the purpose ot determining upon the ques tion ot issuing bonds of said School District in the sum of Twenty-Four Thousand Four Hun dred Dollars (M4.400.o0). said bonds to be made payable 1 in to years from date of issue, and to bear Interest at the rate of four (4) per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. Which proposed bonds are to be issued tor the Dur rtr tooae of raising money to refund present bonds ui to erect new school building. This meet lag will begin at ft o'clock A M., and oloee at 4 o'clock P. M.. of wld daj Dated at Hope, N. this S6ih day ot Febru eye By Older ot The District School Board. J. D. Vole District Clerk. of Supplying Your Deman la Our Various Lines— Dry Goods, Wearing Apparel and Furnish ings for Ladies and Gentlemen, Shoes and Groceries. We Never Tire, and Take Pleasure in Offering the Best Goods at Right Prices Beckerjeck&Langer oeeooeesesesoeseeseeooeeeoeoeooesees Specia Sae in Furniture Occur in my store every day, because 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 scseeessoesesoeeessoossseseeeoseeeeseedeeseeoeci seeeessssocsssssesssssessoooeoeeeces I have a Carpets '4 COSTS NOTHING THE RADIANT HOME HmitiM- 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 $18.00 every season or in five years you have saved $90.00 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 ED. W. HANSON SELLS COAL & LUMBER Subscribe for The Pioneer 1 1 I I 4