A. »tove that Is always ready!
A stove that makes no smoke, smell or
A. safe stove! An economical stove! A
A stove that requires no skill to opei*
A stove which has revolutionized
"cooking," and has transformed'
the drudgery of the kitchen work
Into a pleasant pastime.
A "Quick Meal" Stove will do any and
all work that can be done on a wood
or coal stove, only with the differ
ence that the "Quick Meal" does It
quicker, cheaper and in a more agree*
able and reliable wqr.
and Serloin, Short
S a a
Round steak, Pork
steak. That's a=
bout the way they
rank! The mere
mention of the
above choice cuts
should bring you
here post haste
Hou good they'll
Peter Brown, Prop.
You Can Run This New'
—or your boy can. Ne\v£~=l=^
Avevy "Self-Lift'' Plow
—pull a cord from engine and the plows lift or lower themselves at the ends
of the furrows. You run engine. I'low runs itself. Plows raised by power
taken from the plow wheels. Power Farming pays big profits with an
Engine is light weight—only about 11,000 pounds—won't pack the ground. Pulls from
4 to 6 plows
sooner you adopt Power Fnrmimr tlie
Sold only by
What is the dilTerenco between a prize
liyht. and our meat shop?
At the prize light you sae rounds ot'
pound, but here you see pounds of
Star Meat Market
belt machines. Simplest tnictur built. Least gears, shafting and working parts.
Makes your work easier—keeps your boy interested in
Get All the Facts About This New Tractor
Gas Tractors and Plows
Notice to Creditors
Notice is hereby given by the undersigned.
Testamentary Administrator of the estate of
William C. Saunders, late of the City of Cen
tralia. in the County of Lewis and State of
Washington, deceased.to the creditors of.and
and all persons having claims airainst the said
deceased, to exhibit them with the necessiiry
vouchers to the undersigned, at his resilience
in the Township of Riverside, in Steele
County, (post olllce address, Hope, N. 10.).
within four months from the first publication
of this notice.
Dated May 8.11)12.
Ueorge Saunders, Senior,
Attorney (or Testamentary Administrator
Sherbrooke. N. D.
fit First publication. May 9.1912.
more money you'll make.
time getting the facts. Ask for FREE COPY of Avery Tractor and "Self-Lift" Plow Hook.
HOPE IMPLEMENT COMPANY
EG AN, Agt.
Hope9 N, Dlk.
Have clients wanting to exchauge mil
ling property for lands. WHAT HAVE
YOU TO EXCHANGE?
Hope, N. Dak.
Don't lose any
Notice to Creditors
Mollc.e is hereby niveo by the undersigned,
Administrator of the estate of isabelle Saund
ers. late of the Township of Riverside, in the
County of Steele and State of North Dakota,
deceased, to the creditors of. and all persons
having claims nsfalnst the said deceased, to
exhibit them with the necessary vouchers to
the undersigned, at his residence in the Town
ship of Riverside, in said Steele County. (Post
olllce address. Hope, N. b.,) within four
months after the first publication
Dated May 8, 1012.
George Saunders, Senior,
Attorney for Administrator,
Sherbrooke. N. D.
5t First publication. May 9,1912.
8 As We Heard Them
Subscribe for the Pioneer.
For ice cream, go to the Bijou
Turn out and see tin* boys play
base ball after the Mcuiorial Day
Don't forget to go to the polls
and vote for the City Hall Bonds
F. A Tillotson and son, Vivian,
autoed over from Hillsboro and
spent Sunday at home.
Buy your Southern Grown
Millet of the Hope Implement
Co. Extra good seed.
Mrs. C. G. Warner and child
ren are visiting relatives and
friends in Fargo this week.
C. G. Warner returned yester
day morning from a business
trip to Devils Lake and Fargo.
P. C. Kimball went to Culbert
son, Mont, last week and will
spend a week looking after farm
ing interests there.
Miss Elsie Luce spent the
first of the week in Fargo with
friends and relatives. She re
turned Tuesday morning.
Hair Switches, Puffs, Chains,
etc., made out of combings and
cut hair. Work Guaranteed.
Mrs. John Keillor, Sharon, N.
Miss Grace Farringt.on, who
has been assisting in the dental
office of Dr. R. J. Washburn for
some time, left Monday evening
for Valley City.
Mrs, John Maloney and son
and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Brown
and son of Buffalo visited at the
JetTerson and Dorrance homes in
this city on Sunday.
A large crowd is,exported in
Hope today to a'tend the Mem
oriul Day exercises. Tiie
weather is all th a could be de
sired for such an occasion.
F. E. Carpenter returned this
week from Cavalier for a shorl
visit with home folks. On his
return he will be accompanied
by Mrs. Carpenter and baby.
Your crop is looking prosper
ous but don't fail to protect it
with a good hail insurance policy.
Xhe policy doesn't cost you any
more now than it does later, so
do it now.
J. D. Foley, Agent.
Mr. T. G. Anderson of Sher
brooke was in Hope Sunday!'
He was here to attend the Mem
orial Service which was held
in the Congregatiioal Church
Owing to the amount of rain
which has fallen this spring
there is little fear of a crop
failure due to drouth this
year. The acreage of corn
and potatoes will he larger this
year than ever which makes
North Dakota loom upas a real
John Deere and Emerson corn
planters and cultivators are sold
by Hope Implement Co. Buj'
standard goods that will always
be represented here. You know
what it means when your ma
chine is broken and you have U.
send a thousand miles away for
extras, and then maybe cant get
The Pioneer is in receipt of a
copy of a sheet of music entitled
Danger Rag" written and pub
lished by Vivian Tillotson of this
city. It is a snappy ragtime
piece and should prove popular.
This is Mr. Tillotson's first at
tempt at publishing any of his
compositions and we hope the
result will encourage him to
keep up the work.
State Farmer's Mutual Hail
Insurance Company, Waseca
Minn., writes Hail Insurance in
North Dakota, Montana and
Manitoba. OLD AND TRIED
HAVE ALWAYS PAID LOSSES
PROMPTLY. Never have as
sessed policy holders to pay
W. H. Northrop has reserved
a camp site in Chautauqua Park|
at Valley City and expects to
camp with his family during the
entire ten daysof the Chautauqua
The Chautauqua program this
year is much better than last,!
and camp sites are being reserv
ed by people from all over the1
Chief-of Police Johnson collec
ted a party Monday evening that
seemed to have had too much1
money and a taste lor Squirrel
Whiskey. He stated lie was
going to Moorhead to get protec
tion but was s1 forceful in his
statements that he secured pro
tection and a nights lodging in
Hope at the small cost of $5 and.
The management of the Bijou
Theatre announces that tliey
will shut down for a week or ten
days after Saturday evening.
The reason for this is that they
are going to raise the ceiling and
stage in order to be able to give
better service to their patrons
The large crowds attending have
found it hard to see and that the
ventilation was poor. When the
proposed changes have been
made these inconviences will be
done away with. Watch for
the announcements of the open
Call :U Tho I'ionoor Stat.o l.ti»k
ind takes out your II AIL I NSUUANCli
NOW. No interest so it pays to in
ure early and yet the full season's
protection--it costs no more.
.1, 1). Foley, A^ent.
Fiax Seed for Sale
Premost Wilt Resisting, Min
nesota No. 25
tf J. K. Joslyn
I will take in pasture Horses
season or week
J. Iv. Joslyn.
The Hope Bakery
Ferdinand Grams, Prop.
Yiiu will (ind me fit the olil
stand pivpjiroil l,o serve.-my
kind of shorl-onier men Is
at sinv time of the (la v.
Fresh Bread—baked everyday
Fancy Bread, Rolls and Pastry
HE South Bend
might use garnet
jewels in their
watches instead of
ruby and sapphire
jewels as many
other watch com
panies do and thus greatly re
duce the cost of production.
You would not notice the difference
But, if garnet jewels were used, the
watch would not have any such
and the South Bend Watch Com
pany believes it is better to have
smaller profits and satisfied custom*
ers than large profits and dissatisfied
That's the way we feel about it, too,
which accounts for our giving South
Bend watches the preference.
Sale Distribution Price
From $9,50 to $65
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
The Fair Sex
Pay More Attention
To the matter of Shoes
Than do those of the Sterner Sex,
Because they are more particular
about appearance in general-to
their credit be it said.
The Average Man pats off Shoe
Until it becomes an
And then wants a good shoe in a hurry!
He should come here in his dilemma!
Beckerjeck & Langer
©©aes© s©s©© sse©s«ss®
Special Sales in Furniture
Occur in my store every day, because I have a
complete line, excellent in quality, such as
Dining Roam Ssts Bad Room Sets Parlor Sets
Tables Chairs Book Cases Writing Desks
Buffets Dressers Etc.
Portieres Window Shades Rugs Carpets
Lace Curtains Etc.
Come in and let me show you the stock, as
there are soms nice Bargains awaiting you.
E. D. Washburn
BUY THE BEST
We want to tell you that the Mutual Life ex
cels every other company in benefits to policy hold
ers that it paid more to members and their bene
ficiaries in 1911—many millions more—than any
other company in the world that it paid far more
in dividends in the last year than any other com
pany ever paid that it furnished life insurance—the
best of life insurance—at a lower average net cost!
than any other American company.
Let us explain what a policy in the Mutual^
Life will do for you.
Secure a Policy in the MUTUAL LIFE of NEW
YORK and be secure.
Mutual Insurance Co.
E. M. FULLER J. A. PEPPER E. J. WALSH
ED. W. HANSON
COAL & LUMBER
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