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and Alter T. I 5,1913, .*. wc will sell Igoods for .'. We will continue the Red Tag sale and sell at great reduc .*. tions to get the money .'. Our collections are coming in so slow that we are obliged to take this method to get money .'. to try and pay our bills .'. BECKERJECK & LAMER HOPE, AT. DAK. A big line of choice Heaters: Jewel, Riverside, Elmhurst and Monitor Radiator. Ranges: Majestic, Round Oak and Jewel. Prices right. Come in and inspect while the line is full. J. H. McCOLLOM HOPE, N. DAKOTA. The Hope Dray Line 1 C. F. FERELL, Prop. Prompt and Accurate Service Garden plowing given special attention. Calls attended promptly, and goods removed without risk or injury. Your business solicited. a HOPE. INorih Detlcotei i$u$i ftufor.fo ANNOUNCEMENT HAVING purchased the business and good-will of the Star Meat Market, I wish to announce that I am now in a position to fill your wants in t!»i» line. I intend to keep a good stock of the best grades of meats, lard, saus ages, fish, oysters, staple vegetables, etc., and you will always receive most prompt and courteous attention at our hands. 1 will also be in the market for good beef cattle, hogs and poultry, and wilt pay market price for hides. Soliciting your patronage, I am Yours very truly, T. THORSLAND -V -y affyr* £sm Ja*1 i^l v.XX, 'W 1 innanciimt———cotes ». As We Heard Them 'sooace*rosi—aee—sa— co-ro-ciwrcii Smaajv #»*. POTATOES FOR S A E— Phone C. N. Northrop, Hope, N. Dak. (A4v.-41-7ti.-p) G. A. Warner spent .Tuesday transacting business intfaTwin Cities. Bob agd Eva McGinley will be at the opera house on Saturday evening. (Adv.) Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Elliott were Blabon visitors on Wednes day of this week. J. A. Pepper came up from Fargo Monday and transacted business in this city, The annual Woodman ball will be held in their hall on February 20th. They are looking forward to a grand time. C. D. Wheeler will hold an auction sale at his farm on Mon day, March 16th. Remainber the date. (Adv.) P. H. Jeardeau, of MoClusky, Masonic Grand Lecturer^visited Occidental Lodge, of this aifcy, on Tuesday evening. Rube McLain, who hsa^beea visiting relatives and iriands at Devils Lake and Rugby .returned to Hope last week. A. B. Holt, one of Blabon** leadingibuainesft meu, waain the city Saturday, ayminy -to attend the school meeting.. The basket baU gamelast Sat urday afternoon hetwean he high school teams of S. D. Curry, who is visiting in Minneapolis, is suffering from an attack of "pinkeye," according to re or re iv he re a week. There was a good attendance both morning and evening at the Congregational church last Sun day, notwithstanding the stormy weather. The Men's Bible Class, with fourteen business men present, was organized at The Pioneer building last Sunday. Rev S. Hitchcock, teacher. Next Sunday has been desig nated as "Go-to-Church" Sun day. It is hoped that every one will make an effort to attend church on that particular Sun day. The Woman's Foreign Mission• ary Society will meet at the home of Mrs. C. S Shippy, February 3, at 3:00 p. m. Topic: "Conse cration." Leader, Mrs North rup. The Bijou Theatre is now open three nights a weeks, namely: Tuesday, Thursday and Satur day, with two shows each night. The same high-class pictures are Bhown as before. A meeting of the members of a as Monday evening to complete ar rangements for the Farmers' In stitute, which is being held in this city today and tomorrow. W. H. Butler, of Cooperstown, President of the Implement Deal ers' Association, was in this city as S at a on in it Secretary R. A. Lathrop. Their annual convention will be held in Fargo next week. Henry Wulf, who was recently operated upon in Fargo, is recov ering very nicely. He returned home this morning. accompanied by his brother. It will be A num ber of weeks yet before Henry will be able to use bis knee. Notwithstanding the. report* that Hope is a dead town, we judge from the number of team* that were on our streets Satur day, that a little business is still being transacted here. There are few towns of its sue that are better marketing towns than is Hope. .""v Vl f-VausBW—- J«. .V.'' I 5 v' ^.rClc Fasgo and Hope, drew a large crowd. Mrs. E. J. Walsh and baby re a or in Minneapolis, where they have been visiting with relatives. M. 1 .•:* 'v«V Subscriptions taken for all magazines at The, Pioneer: ofice. Tickets are now on sale at Wamburg's (or Bob and Eva Mc Ginley, at the opera house Sat urday evening, January Slst. (Adv.) Considerable moisture in the form of snow has been precipita ted the past week, and sleighing is now good. The temperature has been down below xero on several occasions, but taken as a whole the .weather of the paet week has been pretty good. The box ball alleys .have ar rived and will be set up and all ready for business in a very short time. Box ball is a new game in this vicinity, and should prove very popular. The alleys are located in the building be tween the hardware and Becker jeck stores, and has recently been remodeled. Melbourn, the infant so of Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Moore, died at about 4:30 o'clock last Thursday evening,.following a ten-days' ill ness. The little fellow was a few days over five months old. A or vi as he a home Saturday and the remains then taken on the evening train to Alliance, Ohio, and interment made in the family burial lot. Rev. and Mrs. Moore have the sincerest sympathy of the entire community in the loss of loved one. Mrs. Lillie B. Bowers, State W el or give a scientific stereopticon lec ture on "Alcohol and the Human Body" at the new city hall on Tuesday evening, February 4th, at 8:00 o'clock. Views of North Dakota will also be shown. Ev erybody invited. An afternoon meeting for., women and girls will be held at the home of Mrs. Adam Major at 3:00 o'clock. E. Church Services Next Sunday. At the morning service Rev. G. H. Quigly, of Grand Forks, the newly appointed District Su perintendent, will preach for the first time in Hope, and all friends are urged to attend. Sunday school at noon. In the evening the. pastor will occupy the pulpit. All cordially invited HOMER H. MOORE, Pastor. Chronic Constipation Cured "Five years ago I had the worst case of chronic constipa tion I ever knew of, and Cham berlin's Tablets curbed me," writes 8. -F. ish, Brooklyn, Mich. For sale by all dealers. Adv. I 1 X" ''iJiiSSt, 'V THURSDAY, JANUARY 29th. 10:00 A M. to 12:00 M.: L*etur«»by Mr. Sanford and .Mr. Chris-, tiaoaen, followed by discussion. 1:80 to 4:00 P. M.: Leoturasby Mr. Saaford and Mr. Chris tiansen, followed by discussions. 7:80 to 9:00 P. M.: Musio—-Hope Cooceefc Band. Duette—Miss Gullicksoo, Miss Kruempel Address Instrumental Solo—Alice Carpenter. i.-% *:.-!.( O 7 I WOMAN'S CLUB LIBRARY. The Woman's Club has rented one of the large glass cased W. H. Fullmer's for the use of their library. Booke may be had on Satur day afternoons from 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock. For several good reasons the as id to a small charge of 5 cents per vol ume or 25 cents per year mem bership for rent of books. Mrs. Isabella Carleton, Sioux Falls, S D,4 has recently made the library the splendid donation of a set of Dickens' Works. Twenty-five new volumes have lately been added to the library through the offer made by the Minneapolis Journal. An application was made to the State Library Commission for a "traveling" library. These books will be let out free of charge. Any one having library books in their home will kindly return them at once. Ten of the old books are missing. Express Rates from Hope, North Dakota. MINNAPOLIS CHICAGO, ILL. 1st 2ud 1st 2nd Lbs. CU88 C)a«« Lbs. Class Class 1 $ 2 2 $ 22 1 $ 24 $ 24 2 24 24 2 20 20 3 25 25 3 29 29 4 27 27 4 32 32 5 29 29 5 35 35 6 31 29 0 38 38 7 33 29 7 41 38 8 84 29 8 44 38 9 30 29 9 47 38 10 38 29 10 50 38 15 47 30 15 00 50 20 50 42 20 81 01 2B 05 49 25 90 72 30 74 50 80 1 11 84 35 83 03 35 1 27 90 40 92 09 40 1 42 1 07 45 1 01 70 45 1 57 1 18 50 1 10 83 50 1 72 1 29 55 1 19 90 55 1 88 1 41 00 1 28 90 00 2 03 1 53 05 1 37 1 03 05 2 18 1 64 70 1 40 1 10 70 2 33 1 75 75 1 55 1 17 75 2 49 1 87 80 1 04 1 23 80 2 04 1 98 85 1 73 1 30 85 2 79 1 10 90 1 82 1 37 90 2 94 2 21 95 1 91 1 44 95 3 10 2 33 100 2 00 1 50 100 8 25 2 44 Fresh Fruit, iSoda Pop, Oyster*, Ioe Cream. Poultry, use 2d Class. Cream rate unchanged. ADV Notice. As I will be away until about the 10th or 15th of February, I have made arrangements with the Hope Pioneer to date my sales until that time. Patties wishing to secure dates should phone or write them at Hope, N. Dak., at once. I. W. STANDLEY, Auctioneer. PROGRAM Farmers' Institute I HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA January 29th and 30th, 1914, 1' t-* \*r.'V-** •«.-••»» CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH REV. S, HITCHCOCK Pastor Morning Worship 11:00 a. in. Sunday School 12:00 tn. Men's Bible Class, held in The Pioneer Building.. 12:20 p. Breniny Service 7:30 p. m. Strangers Welcome We prepare and furnish a b- streets of title to lands. We make loan* saounid by first mortgage upon real tate at reasonable rate*. We will Met your land* foe sale. For particulars, term*. &o. oall upon, or write us. M. B. Cassell A Co. 8MKRBROOKE, N. DAK. esesssceeeesssssseeesssee' WILIS KONIEB CataiOu AUHnMVWK... •. J-*** TRADfc KAT.K" ,.»w% W if OSCAR If. WILL & .X BISMARCK, N. Shotwell Floral Co. EA8®° Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &e. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Plioue or write us NIKUI or Day. 41-if. Send for Caiulutfue. Shoes Repaired By Parcels Post. Don't throw them mvay. Mail them to us. We'll return them as good a* new, prepaid. Men's half Soles, $.75, $1, $1.25 I arilac1 7f, Children's $ .50 to .75 Heels repaired .25 Rubber heels .40 to .50 All work returned in 24 hours. Orders without remittance re turned C'. O 'l'he Shoe Hospi tal-Original Parcels Post Shop. In basement, 13 liroadwav, FAR60. NORTH DAKOTA. PIONEER $1.50 FRIDAY, JANUARY 30th. 10:00 A. to 12:00 M.: Lectures by Mr. Sanford and Mr. Chris tianson, followed by discussions. 1:30 to 4:00 P. M.: Music—Orchestra. Lectures by Mr. Sanford and Mr. Chris tianson, followed by discussions. 7:80 to 9:00 P. M.: Polk Dances—2d and 3d Grade Pupils. Drill—5th Grade Pupils. Address— -1 4 .-n ^-1.