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vf I 1 I. I t. I Iff: ••i'»i'»i'»'i'»*»*»i »i Dealer In Paints, Oils, Brushes, Coal and BUILDING MATERIAL of all Kinds Teach Your Child To Be Thrifty Then you never will have cause to blush for it. Few parents' hearts have ever ached over the misdoings of a thrifty child. Guide your boy and girl out of the path of the spendthrift. Start an account for them in our bank and teach them the importance of sav ing. If you do not follow our advice you may regret it. If you do follow it you always will be thankful. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE, Special Sales in Furniture it 32x31 ti 33x4 ft 34x4 fi ADVERTISING 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. Come in and let me show you the stock, as there are some nice Bargains awaiting you. E. D. Washburn THE FULLER LAND COMPANY Ford Agents Model Touring Car, $550 Model Runabout, $500 TMZE have received a complete stock of Ford Repairs. No waita for repairs to comelOOO miles, no expensive telephone or express charges to pay. Our stock of Automo biles and Tire Accessories is complete. We also carry a full line of CASINGS and TUBES of the following well known makes: Goodrich, Goodyear, Flak, Federal. Below we quote our prices on a few of the standard sizes: 30x3 Case, $11.70 Tube, $2.80 30X3'2 15.75 N. D. Carpets ft 23.55 ft 24.35 tt We also have the newest advance in Inner Tubes-a Brown Tube. In THE HOPE PIONEER The Hope Dray Litre 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. HOPE, North Dakota 3.50 16.75 3.70 3.70 4.90 Will Bring, Satisfying Results. Wbe Dope pioneer mora, NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO. L. J. Bo WIN, Editor and Manager QiO.W.BMUT, Assoc iatrEdltor. ICQ PA. SUBSCRIPTION Nitres Per rear, in atfrinve. SUM oan». Ml .30 Entered at the post office at Hope, North (ota. as second class matter. CiT To insure insertion, all advertise ments' and pay locals must reach our offlce on or before Wednesday noon of each week. All notices of entertainments of any nature at which admission is charged, given by local organizations are charged at the rate of five cents per line per insertion. 'T*HE Federal income tax law, like woman suffrage in Illinois, is not to be quiety submitted to by every one. The constitutionality of the law is brought into question and a case has be a to he up re the- judgment of that body. Of course this move has not been made for the purpose of putting the administration in bad on its tariff reduction legisla tion, but if the inoome tax law should be held void, it will cause big deficit in national revenues and force the administration to other methods of raising funds to run the government. TF Emilano Zapata, commander of the rebel armies' in the southern part of that unfortunate country, sue ceeds in reaching-the Mexican capital ahead of Villa and his' band of cut throats from the north, and should carry out the threats he is credited with having recently made, Huerta and his followers have good reason to quake in their shoes"—those who are or at no to os a shoes. There is no doubt that in the event above stated mi awful massacre would ensue, but our principal con cern in the matter is for the non-resi dents who failed to get out of ha country when they might. OUNT ETNA, which has caused or on to if a property than any other volcano known, broke loose again last Friday, burying beneath its floods of moulten stone hundreds of the inhabitants of nearby villages: The flrst activity of this mountain reoorded in history oc curred in 476 B. C., and it has had seventy-nine "bad spells" since, the last before this one having occurred in 1892. And yet, as soon as the smoke clears away and the heat subsides, the surviving dagoes will pack up their bundle, of spahgetta and garlic and march back almost to he very mouth of the orater and begin the re establishment of their homes. /"10L. ROOSEVELT, who for the past several months has been making history and incidentally having shooting good time in the wilds of South America, has at last discovered about everything worth discovering in that country, and has turned his steps homeward. He expects to ar rive in the United States about the 20th inst. But alas,- unlike his home coming from the bloody carnage of San Juan, there-will be no national convention for him to causually drop into and therefrom emerge even a sec ond in the councils of this great re public. Nevertheless, the Col. asserts that he is still in excellent political lighting trim, and that he shall resur rect tbe "big stick" and enter valiant ly into the-fray. qPHE coal miners of southern Colo rado have finally surrendered their arms to tbe United States troops in charge of that region, on the un derstandtag that they shall be amply protected from the villainous activi ties of th« cutthroat guards set over the camps'by the saintly Roakefeller, Jr. A sort of a quiet now reigns in that locality, but don't rush to he conclusion that the trouble is fully settled, for it is not, nor will it be, either in Colorado or' elsewhere until the element of human greed as person ifled id the Rockefeller* and their class has been stifled. The need' of union ism waa the parent of-unionism, and we believe that when employers begin to treat their men in. a fair, human manner that unionism will die for Want of a* reason for existence. At the present time it is in most cases the laborer's only weapon of defense, and it iatoo mush' to expeer that he will not use it when the occasion arises. TEE pioneer of the business and one-o 'health food he known men In the United States, C. W Post, of Detroit, Mleh., oommitted suicide at a* hotel in Santa Barbara Cal., last Saturday morning. Be side*- hie faesa a*-the manufacturer and advertiser of "Poet Toastiee' St and "Fostum," with the sentence 'There's a Reason" as a wind-up of all his ada., he was hated by every labor pnlon man In the United States for his persistent opposition to organ ized labor and his connection with the American Manufacturers' Associa tion, a strong anti-union organiza tion and one of the ohief factors bringing to justice the McNamaras and the balanoe- of the dynamiter gang. And yet Mr. Post, who was the employer of thousands of bands, was one of the kindliest of men and spent a fortune in inaugurating and main taining conveniences for his workmen and in making his factories ideal pla ces to work in. But he just wouldn't have his business dominated by labor unionism. a1- NY ONE who takes that man Huer- murder, are sadly misjudging the man. He is as sly and resourceful an old fox as ever ordered the execution of a political enemy, and for downright devilishness toward the common peo ple of his country, has the Russian czar pushed off the embankment. Huer ta's latest brilliant move—and it has every ear-mark of truth and cunning generalship—is said to be to force a iv is on of is a to at a American forces at Vera Cruz, thereby knocking out all hopes of mediation and compelling our forces to oapture the capital city. By this move Huerta wisely figures that he would be person ally protected by the United States troops, whereas if he waits until Villa and his forces take Mexico City aad he is captured nothing but the most violent death awaits him. A .LTHOUGH not of The Pioneer po litical stripe,, tbe writer is pleased to note that our brother publisher, Tom Taubman, of Plankinton, whose appointment to the office of U. S. mar shal for South Dakota was recently confirmed, has had the .good judg ment to appoint as his deputy our old friend Lee Brooks, of Belle Fourche. Mr. Brooks is.an ideal man for the job, having spent the larger part of his life in running to eover violators of law. This is the season for planting seed, and 'tis also the printer's time of need. Sow radish seed, and let tuce too,and pay the printer whatever due. Go build yourself an onion bed and remember the printer must be fed. Sow several rows of early peas and pay for last year's paper, please, berry vine and if you want the pio neer drop us a line. Plant some potatoes to put in the hash and re member the printer is short of cash. Fix up a hill or so of beans and with ye editor divide-your means. Of watermelons you'll need a patch— the editor's pants needs one to match. Pay up your subscription, then plant your corn and you'll raise a big crop, as sure as you're born. The schoolma'am is the guiding star of the republic. She takes the little bantling fresh from the home nest, full of his pouts, his pets and his passions, ungovernable in many cases, a rampant, riotous little wretch whose own mother often admits she sends him to school purposely to get rid of him. The schoolma'am takes a whole carload of these little anarch ists, half of whom singly and alone cannot be handled by their own moth ers, and she puts them in the way of becoming useful citizens. Notice of Pupil's Final Ex amination. Notice Is hereby given that the next regu lar Pupil's Final Examination will be held on May 21st and 22d, being the third Thursday and Friday of said month, at the following places: Greenvlew District School No. 3 N'ew Bergen District .School'No. 2 Golden take District School No. 1 Sharon Village. Flnley Village. Colgate ViUage. Melrose District Schools No. 1 and 2 Sharon District .Schools No. 2 and 3 Westfield District School No. 3 Willow Lake District.....Schools No. 2 and 4 Colgate District Schools No. 2 and 3 Hugo District School No. 3 3herbrooke District School No. 3 Dated at Sherbrooke, N. Dak.. May 2,1914. -GEO. F. NEWTON. Co. Supt Schools,- Steele Co. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF STEELS. In District Court. Third Judicial District. Paul P. Boe, Plaintiff, vs. AU Other Persona Unknown, claiming any Estate or Interact In or Lien or Incum brance upon the property described In the Complaint, Defendants. SUMMONS. The State of North DakotVtd the 'above named Defendants: You are hereby summoned to answer the Complaint lu this action and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service of thia Summons upon you. exclusive of the day of such'ser vice: and tin case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken agaitist you by default for tbe relief' demanded In the Complaint. Dated this 17th day of April, A. D. 1914. F. W. AMES, Plaintiff* Attorney Residence and Post Office Address: MayvUle, N. D. To the above namek Defendants: Take notice, that the Complaint In said ac tion-was filed with the Clerk of the District Court of Steele County, North Dakota, on the28th day of April. A. D. 1914, and that the aetlon entitled In the foregoing. Summons re lates tovand la to quiet tbe title to the follow ing described real property, to-wit.: The Northeast Quarter (NEW) of Section'Twenty two (22), in Township One Hundred Forty seven (147), North of Range Fifty-four (54). West of the Fifth (5th) P. M. A dance will be given at he Hope opera house on Friday eve ning, May 15. Everybody turn out for a good time. (Adv.) FREE MUSIC sa SEHDIW HjME Mi ADDRESS! on post card, and receive com plete sheet music copy of "Zum, Zum, Zum/'the great stein song from the cafe scene In the new comic opera success, "The Brew er of Saxe." There is no charge, whatever, but we want to intro duce our beautiful sheet music to your notice. Send" to' a MUSIC DEPARTMENT Bes 974, Minneapolis, Minnesota IS! ii F.W.AMES, 5-ti6 Plaintiff's Attorney. The Pioneer, $1.50 mm PATENTS Anyone Mndlna a (ketch and Quickly ascertain fiirenUon description It probably ttoiu itrlotly may our opinion frM pMMMbi* Coainiihica-anwiiqlhqr confidential. MMfflMQl on Patents Milt free. Oldest i^crwjwwwprttiitl. Patents takon tbrouib Jftuur /t po7 r*c41Vir rptetoi notlrt, without ohar*«Cwt1iV Scientific Hnerkatt. A handsomely lllnitTated weekly. hrwitjlH culaUon of nny (dentins Journal. year: four montba, It Bold by all pewsdeaMrtf-4'crnie, jQ.3B1BfoaAvsy, 'Branch Offlce. &6 8t_ Waablngton. The Pioneer, $1.50 pear year You are Apt to Think OF HOUSE PAINT ONLY AS A COLOR. The real purpose of house paint is to protect/ While you want your house to look wefl, most of all you want it to endure SWP the painters' name for Sherwin-Williams paint, prepared, is not merely some material in a can. It is a manufactured product, accurately and scientifically made from materials that are well known to afford protection for the longest time. It spreads easily and has unusual covering qual ities. It penetrates and it lasts. As to color, there are 52 shades to choose from. Get SWP for your spring painting. Get the new portfolio of suggestions for dec orating. It shows in colors many attractive' ways to paint and decorate, and tells just how to get effects shown with SWP products. Remember SWP Sherwin-Williams Paint. Wamberg's Drug Store The Rexall Store. Some of these days you'll be asking yourself Tom Watson's question:'— Am I At?" Yes you will, and the answer will not be so very gratifying, either, we fear, unless you "rustle" some GOOD SENSE and find out where a good, trustworthy bank is at. It will not be necessary to look far. We are anxious to help you gain your bearings, my non-depositing friend Call and see us. THE HOPE NATIONAL BANK "QUICK MEAL" WICK CIL STOVE THI ORIGINAL OIL STOVK CQUIfMI WITH A GLASS FOUNT SIMPLE AS A LAMP. MAKES A.CLEAN AND POWERFUL BLUE FLAME. tASY TO RE-WIOK OR RHULATSr HAS PORCELAIN BURNER DRUMS THAT CANNOT RUST, AND AUTOMU TIC WICK STOP WHICH PRtWNti SMOKINO. BURNS ORDINARY COAL OIL it ti -THE- "Quick Meal" EVAPORATOR has been wonderfully suc cessful. It is now equipped with a device for heating the air to start the burner in oold weather, which will also assist in burning heavier oils than should be used in an evaporating stove. FOR SALE BY C&i't, .-.1 -JJJ. .. I. JVY YV- -•... TRADE MARKS DCWON* OopVttMritfCto.