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We are still doing business at the old
stand with a complete line of the
BEST MERCHANDISE
Let Us Supply
Your Wants
Beckeijeck & Langer
STOVES
A good line of
GASOLINE and DETROIT VAPOR STOVES
KEROSENE STOVES
The New Bon Ami, best made.
The Steak Question
Call and See Them.
J. H. McCollom
We could not Afford
To Fall Down
In Our Reputation for
GOODSTBAKS
That's your Guarantee
of Satisfaction
In Trading With
T5he
The Hope Dray Line
C. F. FERELL, Prop.
Prompt and Accurate Service
Garden plowing given special attention.
Calls attended promptly, and goods
We make no Mistakes
We are
without risk or injury.
Your business solicited.
HOPE, North Dakota
Always
on
Us.
removed
Whft is the difference be
tween
a
good steak and
a poor steak?
Star Meat Market
Patar Brown. Prop.
I
A Mistake!
UMiiinnwiiMiimm
Locals
As We Heard Them
Attend the Bijou Theatre.
James Cassell is visiting for
few days at the Houseman
oamp at Lake Clitheral.
The IceCream Socialgiyen by
the Camp Fire Girls last Satur
day was a decided success.
FOR SALE—Six head of good
work horses.
2t. Adv.l G. D. Fisher.
Early barley and rye are being
thrashed around here and re
ports of good yields are being
turned in.
Last week was a busy one for
the stork. Four births wale re
ported in Finley, two in Sharon
and two in Hope.
Miss Sylvia Brown, of Minne
apolis, is a guest of Miss Marion
White. She leaves the first of
next week for her home.
Carver Wamberg returned the
first of the week from Minneap
olis where he h&s been visiting
with friends and relatives.
Fruit Jars For Sale—Will sell
all my Mason Fruit Jars, consis
ting of about 100 qts., 75 pts.
Also 100 jelly glasses.
Adv.] Mrs. C. B. Harwood.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at
the home of rs. Egan on Fri
day afternoon instead of the
home of Mrs. Shippy as announ
ced at the churches.
D. W. Vadnie made a short
stop in our city Tuesday even
ing. While here he tried to hire
ye editor to go to work—shock
ing. Nothin' doin'.
Judge and Mrs. Moote autoed
down from Sherbrooke Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wil
son and children, who took the
train that evening for their home
in Breckenridge.
An eight pound habjT girl ar
rived at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Milligan Tuesday af
ternoon. Papa is smiling .quite
proudly now that he has a girl
to sit on each knee.
In order to clear up my stock
of summer goods, I am offering
trimmed hats and shapes at half
price. Do not overlook this op
portunity to secure a bargain.
Adv.| Miss Johnston.
Mrs. G. E. Wilcox, who has
been visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Chas Grubs, was
called to Minneapolis last even
ing by the illness of her hus
band.
The patrons of the Bijou thea
tre were treated to special music
last Friday and Saturday even
ings, Carpenter's Orchestra be
ing on hand for the occasion.
The pictures were very good and
pleased everybody.
F. C. Bras
ted, who was severe
ly injured some time ago by a
vicious bull, has been recovering
as well as could be expected.
Altho still carrying his arm in a
sling, his injuries do not keep
him from getting around and do
ing light work.
A letter from Mr. and Mrs
Henry Palfrey at McMinnville,
Ore., states that they are both
well and enjoying the beautiful
Oregon summer. At present
they are entertaining Mrs. Pal
frey's mother and sister from
Salt Lake City, Utah.
-Now is the time to get your
hunting permit and be prepared
for the opening of the season.
September 7th is the opening
date and "soonera" are warned
to beware as the Gstne Board
has spotters all over the state
and violators ar$ receiving no
mercy.
For Sale.
The following articles are for
sale at my residence and must
be sold before August 15th:
Two No. 7 Radient Home base
burners, one used three months.
One six-hole Radient Home
range with reservoir and warm
ing oven.
Mrs. W. H. M. Philip.
-M. M. Luce spent Tues­
day in Fargo.
Read the advertisements in
this issue of the Pioneer.
Mekkelson's Gopher Poison at
Wamberg's Drug Store.
Now is your time to get a hat
or shape at half price at Miss
Johnston's.—Adv.
Mrs. E. J. Walsh and baby re
turned from their trip east on
the Sunday morning flyer.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiard and
daughter, Mabel, made a pleas
ant trip to Mayville Sunday.
Trimmed hats and shapes now
being sold at half price at Miss
Johnston's Millinery Store.—
Adv.
H. E. McCashland, D. C., the
Chiropractor, at Hotel Major
every Tuesday between trains.
Adv.] [tf
Mrs. M. A. Milligan arrived
from Minneapolis Sunday morn
ing and is now visiting at home
of her son, E. J.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Egan and
Masters. Lloyd and Marrion au
toed to Mayville Sunday and
spent the day there with rela
tives and friends.
A party, consisting of Mes
dames. W. U. White, Miskitn
mens and Misses Sylvia Brown
and Marion White, and Messrs.
L. W. Fuller and Geo. Luce,
spent Saturday at the Sheyenne
River and the Indian mounds.
The trip was made on horse
back.
Chief Justice B. F. Spaulding
and wife and son, Mason, of Bis
marck, were in this city last
Saturday and visited for a time
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Nelson. They were travel
ing in their automobile from
Bismarck to Cummings, N. Dak.
The Base Ball Team autoed
across country Sunday to Hat
ton for a game of ball and de
feated the team there by the de
cisive score of 7 to 0. This was
one of the best games of ball
that the boys have played this
year. They are all batting and
fielding like veterans.
The chicken supper served at
the lngison farm last evening
by the Ladies' Aid of the M. E.
church was a splendid success.
The seating capacity of all rigs
and autoes headed that way was
filled to the utmost with people
who, on coming home, were
cackeling over the succes of the
supper.
How the Trouble Starts.
Constipation is the cause of
many ailments and disorders
that make life miserable. Take
Chamberiain's Tablets, keep
your bowels regular and avoid
these diseases. For tale by all
dealers.—Adv.
Household Goods For Sale
The following household goods
whioh will be sold cheap for cash
must be disposed of before Aug.
15th. This is your opportunity.
One 10 ft. Oak Dining Table,
Dining Chairs, One Double Bed
and Springs, One Single Bed and
Springs, Carpets, Washing Ma
chine, Kitchen Chairs, Table and
a number of other articles.
Adv.] Mrs. W. H. M. Philip.
WearSardonyx
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
ring is solid gold, USA, assay,
and that is something in buying
a
ring.<p></p>MCLAUGHLIN
Jeweler & Optician.
As a gift there is nothing
nicer than a Birthstone Ring.
The prices range from $1.20 to
$100.00, all fully guaranteed.
B., Mus. B.
Formerly the Winona Seminary ^foOlta, 4$tUUte0Ota
CONDUCTED BY THE SISTERS OF SAINT FRANCIS
YEAR BEGINS FIRST WEDNESDAY IN SEPTEMBER
College confers degrees of B.-A.
Saint Clare Seminary Classical School
and College Preparatory. Secretarial
Course.
Saint Agnea Grammar School Fur
little girls.
Conservatory of Saint Cecilia Piano,
Violin. Voice, Organ, Harp, Harmony,
Composition, Normal Music.
B. S., Litt. Departments of Art, Noi Drama
tic Expression, Household Economic*.
splendidly
Strong faculty of specialists
ed
equipped laboratories and gymnasium
moderate prices students from thirteen
states normal department for student*
preparing to leach.
Direct lines of railway from
Milwaukee, St. Paul, St. Louis.
Only earnest, capable students who have
a purpose in study are solicited.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUES AND DEPARTMENT BULLETINS
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Our Business is to Make Money
FOR-} OU & FOR US
Here is How We Can Do It
We make a specialty of First Mortgage
Farm loans, making them at the lowest rates,
and placing amounts as high as $3,000 per
quarter section.
We write your insurance of all kinds ir»
best of companies.
We will pay you 6 on Time Deposits
We give you the benefit of our advice
and council in your business dealings.
Our aim is to make your
profitable. Let us be of service.
The Hope National Bank
Resources $300,000
GENTLEMEN
Do you need
Shoes
Straw Hats
Suits
Hosiery
Underwear
Handkerchiefs
Or any of the hundred other arti
cles to be found in our complete
stock of Gents Furnisnings.
business
Oxfords
Caps
Shirts
Belts
Gloves
Neckties
C. G. Warner,
Hope, N. Dak.
Special Sales in Furniture
Occur in my store eyery 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,
there are some nice Bargains awaiting you.
The Perfect Reading Glasses
THESE WONDERFUL CLASSES, a late inven
tion, enables you to read as well as you did,
and you can see across the country as clear
as you would through the finest plate glass
window. These glasses can be fitted by mail.
C. G. MUGG, O. S. Grand Forks, N, D.
E. D. Washburn
11
Carpets
as
Ocsar Anderson, the painter
and decorator, is still in the
business and will be pleased to
attend your wants. Address,
Hope, N. Dak. [tf

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