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& I 1 We make no Mistakes We are Always on The Right Side of The Steak Question We could not Afford To Fall Down In Our Reputation for GOODSTEAKS That's your Guarantee of Satisfaction In Trading With U£. A '1 RE AD We are still doing business at the old stand with a complete line of the BEST MERCHANDISE Let Us Supply Your Wants Beckerjeck & Langer OIL STOVES A good line of GASOLINE and DETROIT VAPOR STOVES KEROSENE STOVES The New Bon Ami, best made. Call and See Them. J. H. McCollom The Hope Dray Line C. F. FERELL, Prop. Prompt and Accurate Service 4 Garden plowing given special attention. Calls attended promptly, and goods removed without risk or injury, Your business solicited. HOPE, Norih Dakota What is the difference be tween a good steak and a poor steak? 15he Star Meat Market Peter Brown, Prop. iJiiiii A Mistake! Locals As We Heard Them Attend the Bijou Tbeatre. Gasoline, 5 gallons for $1.15 at Meeker's Garage.—Adv. Van Gladden, of the Times Herald, was in the city yester day. Geo. Luce autoed to Hillsboro Saturday as a guest of Malcom Brown. The tennis season is opening at Hope and the tournament will soon be under way. We wish to call your attention to the Mayville Chautauqua ad vertisement in this issue on the front page. Mrs. Libby Philip and family are now located in their home at the corner of Steele Ave. and Fourth Street. Wm. Hanley left Tuesday evening for_Fargo where he will visit for a few days and take in the sights at the fair. Mrs. J. J. Knoblauch and son departed Tuesday evening for Willmar, Minn., where she will visit at the Loney home. Ed. W. Hanson left yesterday morning for the northern part of the state where he will look after business interests. The Majors who were looking over land in Montana in their automobile returned this week. They report a pleasant trip. Proper adjustment of a lawn mower cutter is as important as sharpening. Get it sharpened and adjusted for 25c at Meeker's shop.—Adv. Messrs. Tom Thompson, R. L. Curry, W. B. Cheshire and W. R. Jordan were over from Lu verne Tuesday evening attening Masonic lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cole and daughters and Miss Webster left the first of the week for Valley City where they will spend some time at the chaut^uqua. Quite a number*irom this city were in Page Monday attending the festival held there. The Hope Band furnished music for the occasion. A big time is reported by all. Mrs. I. W. Standley returned Wednesday morning from Mis souri where she has been visiting for some time. She was accom panied by her mother-in-law Mrs. Walters. Quite a change in temperture, the low reading Saturday night was* 72 degrees ana the low read ing Wednesday was 48 degrees. It was a welcome relief from the excessive heat. F. W. Soule, the eyesight spe cialist, will be at Fulmers Jewel ry store again Wednesday, July 16th, one day only, prepared to examine defective eyes and fit glasses when needed. Don't forget the date. —Adv Mrs. S. M. GrimWood and Miss May Kersting were in the city Tuesday and made a pleas ant call at the Pioneer office to inspect our printing plant. Mrs. Grimwood pronounced it the best one she ever saw. Mrs. J. A. Bowen left Tues day evening for Sioux Falls, S. Dak., where she will visit for a few days at the Carleton home before going to Charles City, la., where she will make an exten ded visit at the home of her brother, G. W. Johnson. Many persons are puzzled to understand the terms "four pen ny," "six penny," "ten penny," as applied to nails. "Four pen ny" means four pounds to the thousand nails, ''six penny" means six pounds to the thou sand, and so on. It is an Eng lish term and meant at first, "ten pound" nails (the thousand being understood) but the Eng lish clipped it to "ten puns," and from that it degenerated un til penny was substituted for pounds. Miss Sylvia Soldal visited ,for several days with friends in Colgate last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. TiHot,son spent Sunday in this city, having autoed over from Hillsboro. A heavy shower of rain fell Sunday afternoon and altho it lasted only a short time it did a great deal of good. It did not extend far west of town. Now is the time to get your engine and boiler 'in shape. I will give special terms on the first job brought in to advertise my work. F. G. Meeker.—Adv. Gollmar Brothers Circus will certainly furnish plenty of gen uine and innocent fun for the patrons of that circus when it exhibits in Hope on July 8th,— Adv. The Better Farming Expert, A. E. Nelson and wife, returned last week from Iowa where they have been visiting friends and relatives. They made the entire trip in their automobile. D. P. (Oldfield) Standley tried to establish a speed record in a Ford on Steele Ave. the other evening and the cop saw him. As a result Judge Livermore as sessed him a good days wages. Never again. Saturday morning, June 28th, the stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dalhoe and left a bouncing ten and a half pound baby girl. Both mother and babe are progressing in a most satis factory manner. Mrs J. A. Officer left last Fri day evening for Sioux Falls, 8. Dak., where she will visit for a time with Mrs. Isabella Carle ton. From there she will go to the western part of the state for a visit with her sister. B. F. Walden is in Gettsburg attending the semi-centenial cel ebration of that great battle that occurred July 1st to 3rd 1803. Veterans from all over the coun try are encamped on the field and taking part in the celebra tion. Rev. Hart left last Monday for for New York where he will visit for a time, going from there to the British Isles where he will spend some time with friends and relatives. Rev. Flynn will have charge of the pai'ish during his absence. A contract has beed let to Eric Tysk by the city dads to give the opera house two coats of paint. This will make some im provement in its appearance. The appearance of the Ed. W. Hanson lumber yard has been greatly improved recently by the addition of a neat picket fence. Some class, by gravey! An after dinner speaker an nounced that he was about to read a poem which was peculiar from the fact that the title was longer than the poem. The title is, "The Antiquity of Microbes." The poem is as follows: Adam Had 'em. NOTICE. The Farmer's Elevt. at Luverne will be closed from July 20th to August 1st to undergo repairs. Adv. R. L. Curry, Agt. Wear a Ruby To banish all diseases and for good luck, the old saying is "Wear a Birthstone99 Try one of our Birthstone Rings and see how fast health and wealth will come. With each ring you get a Guarantee that if the sets are broken or lose out they will be replaced free. The guarantee also states that the ripg is solid gold, USA, assay, and that is something in buying a ring.<p></p>MCLAUGHLIN Jeweler & Optician. 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We will pay you 0 on Time Deposits We give you the benelit of our advice and council in your business dealings. Our aim is to make your business profitable. Let us be of service. The Hope National Bank Resources $300,000 GENTLEMEN Do you need Shoes Straw Hgts Suits Hosiery Underwear Handkerchiefs Or any of the hundred other arti cles to be found in our complete stock of Gents Furnisnings. Bl55 Departments of Art, Normal Art, Drama* tic Expression, Household Economics. Strong faculty of specialists splendidly equipped laboratories and gymnasium moderate prices students from thirteen states normal department for students preparing to teach. Direct lines of railway from Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, St. Louis. Only earnest, capable students who have a purpose in study are solicited. Oxfords Caps Shirts Belts Gloves Neckties C. G. Warner, Hope, N. Dak. 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. Guy Sager, assistant depot agent, returned the first of the week from Minneapolis accom panied by his bride. Come in and let me show you the stock, as there are some nice Bargains awaiting you. E. D. Washburn li ED Carpets If something needs fixing and you don't know where to take it call phone No. 38 and ask F. G, Meeker about it.—Adv.