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The Highest Grade of Merchandise: —Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wear ing Apparel and Furnishings, Shoes, and Fine Groceries .... "At CORRECT PRICES99 OUR MOTTO. J. F. BECKERJECK J. H. MoCOLLOM'S Summer Comfort In the kitchen is imposible without an oil stove. See my line of "BOIN Ami" Blue Flame Kerosene stoves, or "Detroit Vapor" Gasolene Stoves. Prices right. J. H. McCOLLOM HOPE, N. DAKOTA. What is the beat gait for a hungry man to take? acak* walk! WE COULDN'T IF WE WOULD, Neither Would We IF WE COULD J. H. McCOLLOMJS===== lis is a Rendesvous for Meat Painting Paper Hanging, Decorating, Etc. See me for all kinds oI Paint ing, Paper Hanging, Interior Decorating, Wood Graining. I have a nice' line of samples of wall paper which I will be pleased to call and show you. •for those who are particular about the kind they eat Star Meat Market T. THORSLAND, Proprietor. Erick Tysk, Hope, N.* D. 48if P. O. Box 895. The Pioneer, $1.50 TAKE A WALK! to our Meat Shop. It's an Easy Walk from Most Places, and not a Hard Walk from Any .'. .". Place .'. ONCE HERE You Will Have Your Choice from a Choice Selction of Choice Meats Sick Headache. Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Rochester, N. Y., was a victim of siok headache and despondency, caused by a badly weakened and debilitated condition of her stomach, when she began taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, "I found them pleasant to take, also mild ahd effective. In a few weens' time I was restored to my former good health." For sale by all dealers. .Wear-U-Well Shoes for men and boys, $1.68, $1.98, $2.48, $£.'98, $3.48. These prices wil save you a dollar-two. For sale by H. J. Knoblauch. (Adv.) Locals As We heard Them 'sees89s$ss9ssoesess999so Engraved Calling Cards Si.30 to $4.50 at the Pioneer office. C. S. Shippy returned yester day morning from a business trip to Fargo. Harry Ehred went to Grand Forks Friday evening and spent Sunday with friends. Mrs. John Thompson, of Clif ford, was transacting business in this city Tuesday. Mrs. I. K. Lockrem, of Col gate, visited with friends in this city between trains Saturday. FOR RENT—Northeast quarter of section 20 144 55. Enquire of H. P. Rice, Colgate. (Adv.) Watch for particulars regard ing the entertainment to be given at the opera house, May 30th. For Bran, Shorts, Oil Meal, Oyster Shell and all kinds of Seeds go to Kraabel & Kraabel. —Adv. Miss Grace Smith returned Tuesday morning from Fargo, where she had spent several days visiting with friends. LOST.—A pair of eyeglasses, without bows. May be in case. Return to Mrs J. G. ABBOTT. (Adv.) Ed. W. Hanson, accompanied by his daughter, Dorothy, left Wednesday evening for Minne apolis on a short business trip. The agents of the State Lum ber Co. were called to Fargo Sat urday evening to confer with the new owners of the line of yards. FOR RENT.—Two nice rooms light housekeeping or dressmak ing, upstairs in Phillips block. (Adv.) J. C. BLAKELY. Apcent E. J. Kendricks of the G. N., went to St. Paul Saturday evening to attend a meeting of the agents of the road. He re turned Monday. Henry and Jacob Wulf were called to Goodhue, Minn., on Fri day of last week by the illness of their mother. During their absence Dan Nelson is in charge of the ten-pinnet alleys. HORSES PASTURED: Colts $1.00 per month per season, Horses, $1.25 per month. Good running water. JAB. DORRANCE. George Hardin was in the city over Sunday looking after inter ests here. He]reports that he has secured a good location in Thief River Falls, and expects to open his picture show there Saturday evening. R. R. Fisher went to Fargo Friday evening with his daugh ter, Mrs. T. F. Beadle, who has been in poor health for some time and desired to consult with a specialist. Mr. Fisher returned Tuesday morning. Albert Sparrow, one of the candidates for sheriff of this county, was in the city Wednes day with his boother, Ed. The gentlemen were traveling by auto, and went from here to Lu verna. Mark Loffland autoed over from Clifford Tuesday and spent part of the day here making ar rangements for having his resi dence re-decorated and general ly fixed up, preparatory to mov ing in. It begins to look suspi cious. Some excellent farms in Moun trail county, N, Dak., for sale at low prices and on easy terms. Many of these propositions can be handled with $400 to $800 in cash. If interested, see or write Frank C. Alger, Stanley, N. ltf (Adv.) The Pioneer has secured a copy of the 1914 Polk Gazetteer of North and South Dakota, Min nesota and Montana. Our pat rons will find it a handy book when desiring information re garding the various business firms in any town in these states. You are welcome to use it at any time at this office. H. A. Livermore and family have moved to the residence for merly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. John Hogan. Chickens For Sale Rhode Island Red Hen and 15 chicks for $2.00. Mrs. T. M. Jacobs. Adv. It. A few more days of the good weather we have been having so far this week, and seeding will be practically over. Arrangements are under way for the observation of Decoration Day in this city. Full particu lars will bo announced later. Why pay the middlemen's profit? Buy Wear-U-Well shoes, direct from factory to consumer. Sold by H. J. Knoblauch. (Adv.) Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hanson have moved to their residence on First avenue, which was former ly occupied by the Livermores. The Pioneer, $1.50. ship lumber stick before you make your purchase. You can any other grades and prices in the world. We were disappointed when we found that notwithstanding the fact that we shipped our lumber direct, The idea was to keep the price up high enough .so that the losses which naturally resulted would be taken care of. The man who could pay his hills'had to pay the bills of the man who was unable to pay. The man who had cash was actually paying more, instead of less as he should. And we don't blame him because he objected to such an unfair method. Nobody can he expected to carry his own burdens and the other fellows, too. TIME PRICES We operate ONE PRICK LUMBER YARDS. Our local sales managers are fur nished with a printed price list which quotes the lowest possible price on every piece of material sold in our yard. are made at these prices, insuring absolutely the same price to every one of our credit customers. If you wish credit you will be accommodated providing you are worthy of credit and you will be given until tail to pay for your lumber without interest. iCach orediV sale is made out on our Credit Sales Ticket WHICH IvACH CUSTOMER SIGNS when purchase is made. No credit sales are made unless the customer signs this tick el, which is a protection to the cus tomer as well as to ourselves. This is an insurance against "special" collect ors and allows ample time for payment without em harassment or urging. Farm loans made at 5-V per cent on improved lands In Steele County, N. D. Chas. B. Miller, Fargo, N. D. Adv. 5tf. The fellow that's on the water wagon ought to be comforted by the thought that the water will soon be changed to the ice wagon, one of the most comfortable spots in the summer time. Mr. Morrison, who is with the Publishers' Music Co., was in this city Monday to oversee the first count of the Piano Contest. While here he talked to the can id at a re or in a gave them some pointers on get ting votes. Holstein Bull. 1 have a good Holstein Bull for service. Parties desiring to use same will find him at my place four miles north of Hope. Fees reasonable. 4 iiti. W. J. MCLEAN. E Welles-Thompson Co. announces that it has purchased the business off STATE LUMBER CO. and has established a distributing: plant here for the purpose of marketing direct from our mitls to your town. from our local distributing plant. We will carry a complete stock right here in your town and you can buy ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD A permanent REDUCTION IN LUMBER PRICES will take effect at once These prices represent an immense saving to the users of lumber. better farm buildings and better homes. You can afford to improve your property. The prices we quote enable you to own the kind of a home you'd like to own. There are no middlemen's profits. Why Our Prices Are So Low that we could not sell it at as low a price as we anticipated, because of the Loose Credit System. Under the old time method of doing bus iness everybody was "trusted," regardless of whether he could pay or not. So we System By co-opes«ating with the user of lumber and adopt ing a uniform credit system of handling sales we are able to maintain a remarkably low retail price. is made. All credit sales Prices and Information will be gladly furnished by our Local Sales Manager. Welles-Thompson Company "The Lumber Yard Thai's Different" C. S. Egan, /. HOPE, N. D, Sales M'g'r. Geo. W. Bagley and wife took possession of the Hardin resi dence in the northeast part town last Monday, and now ar# comfortably settled to real liv ing. With a few chickens, a pig or two, a cow and a garden, (they already have a dog), and Wash ington will be properly fixed for drifting smoothly and pleasantly into the "sear and yellow." Chamberlain's Liniment. This preparation is intended especially for rheumatism, lame baok, sprains and like ailments. It is a favorite with people who are well acquainted with its splendid qualities. Mr. Charles Tanner, Wabash, Ind., says of it, "I have found Chamberlain's Liniment the best thing for lame back and sprains I have ever used. It works like a charm and relieves pain and soreness. It has been used by others of my family as well as myself for up wards of twenty years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. lumber. We will WE SELL TO THE CONSUMER just as you require it. You can see compare our grades and our prices with every It will mean eliminated the Loose Credit and substituted one that protected every purchaser from having to pay some other man's bill. That reduced the price so that you can buy lumber right here at home at as tow a price as you can buy it anywhere in the world. VVe saved the difference by cutting out I.oose Credits. We didn't cut the price because our pre decessors had been charging too much, if any thing, the retail price under the old system was too low. We prefer the new system to the old. because it is the modern way of doing business and it keeps the price down to the lowest point and the consum er gets the benejit. CASH PRICES 10% discount is allowed from our time prices provided the customer pays cash his material This gives the cash buyer the full value of the purchasing power of his money and makes our cash price VVe supply building material at the lowest possible prices to both cash and credit customers because we do not tax either with the losses usually taxed up against them by the "open account" method of making sales. for on the same day that the sale on this material as low as any cash price in the world for honest material of the same grade. By adopting such a sales policy we are able to supply you with the best grade of building material that money can buy at as low a price right here at home as it can be bought for anywhere.