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Locals As We Heard Them Beeoeseeecseesesssss: "The Shepard's Call" Nov. 23 Sweeping Compound at the Pioneer Office, $2.25 per cwt. The next number of the Lec ture Course will on Nov. 29th. Don't foreet the Grand Thanksgiving Ball at the Hnpe Opera House Thursday evening, Nov. 25th.—Adv. Nothing is nicer for a Christ mas present than a subscription to some good magaz-ne. Call at the Pioneer office and let us give you a price on any clubbing com bination. The first snow of the season arrived Monday of this week. Tt started in about daylight and continued for a number of hours covering everything about one inch deep. Manager Clutter, of theBijnu, announces that he has secured the splendid serial, "ThnTwenty Millon Dollar M.vst#r.v'' which *\i start in a short time. Waich for sinnouncpirient \dv Owing to the fact 'hat then' was not sufficient demand for ex tr« copies of a spe'-ial edition to pay the expenses the Pioneer de C-jded not to issue one atthis time. We »re h"« vi-r, ui"ing three pages of sp cial matter ieg«i ing North Dakota and we trut that, the.v will prove of interest to our readers Saturday, Nov. 20th The following prices ere quoted from THE WARNER STORE Hope, N. D. GROCERY LINE CORN, by the case $2.25 TOMATOES PEAS COFFEE, five lb. can VINEGAR, Cider, per gal. .35 All our grocery line is new, come in and look it over. Mr and Mrs W Standlev left Satn da evening of last week for Detroit, Mich., where th»y will visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Fead. Mr. Standley will also spend some time study ing the latest models of autnmo bile manufactured there. From Detroit Mrs. Standle.v will go to points in Missouri where she will visit during winter with rel atives. Dr. C. J. Goodheart. who was formerly located in Finley, has been in this city a number of days and after looking over the situation very carefully has de cided to locate here. He has spent the past few months in Minnesota and will ship his household goods and office equip ment from there- He will open his office in about two weeks 0. T. HART, Mgr. j» sen 2.75 2.30 1.25 White, .40 SANTA CLAUS SOAP SL 3.80 KIRK'S FLAKE WHITE 4.25 SUGAR, 15 lbs. 1.00 First class, boot and shoe re pairing at the Warner store. Hope, N. D. F. W. Ehred made a business trip to Casselton Monday even ing. Mrs. Libby Philip arrivedyest erday moi-ning from Minneapolis and will visit in our city with rel atives for a time. H. Smith went to Minne apolis Friday evening of last week to attend the Chicago- Minnesota football game. On Nov. 27th at the Bijou will be shown one of the famous 'Charlie Chaplin" films. Don't miss it if you w.int to laugh. Calling cards, printed $1 00 per hundred, engraved $1.50 to $3 30 per hundred. Call and see samples at the Pioneer office. JamesEllsbury returned Mon day morning from Alexanuer where he had been visiting at the home of his daughter. Mrs. Thurlow. Rev Malcolm F. Millar will again occupy the pulpit at the Congregational 'hurch next Sun day Morning at 11 o'clock Ever.\ one citrdiilly invited to attend The Annual Union Tn.inUsgiv ing seviices will be held in the Methodist. Church next Sunday evening Rev. Miller will preach the services Everybody cordial ly invited to attend. "The Shepard's Call," a story is *,old in the great northwest, will be presented at the opera house Tuesday evening. Nov. 23 by the Perry Sisters. Reserved seats at Wamberg's 50c.—Adv. Jack Frost put a crimp in plow ing operations the end of Inst week and it looks as though the ground was frczen up for winter. Altho a large amount of plowing has been -Jone there was still quite a bit more to do as the work had been set back about two weeks by the rains during threshing season. One laugh follows another in rapid, sparkling sequence in the latest Kleine five-part comedy "The Commuters" which will be shown at the Bijou Theatre on Saturday. "The Commuters" is founded on that successful stage farce, by James Forbes, which enjoyed an unusually prosper ous run under the management of Henry B. Harris, a few years ago,—Adv. Order your hard coal NOW you will surely need it. ED. W. HANSON. L. A. Jar obson, of Fargo was a business visitor in the city Mon day. The Pioneer has issued state ments this week to all those who are in arrears,on subscription. Mrs. C. G. Warner and daugh ters, Frances and Lois, left last evening for California where they will joins the Wakeman fam ily and spend the winter. A jolly good time is promised to all who attend the Grand Ball at the Hope OneraHouse, Thurs day evenine, Nov. 25th. A fine supper will he served.—Adv. A number from our city were in Finley ypsterdav attendine the wpddtne of Mr. GPO Conner and Mi«s Fprn Pattprson, at the home "f thp bride's parents. The Perry Sisters will present "The Rhppard'"* Call" at the Hone Onpra House. Tuesday evenine. Now 23rd Reserved spa*s on Sale at. Wamberg's Drncr Store 50c each.—Adv. Chas Jonps and son Bob, who hnvp hppn snendiner the summer hpre lpft Mondav evpn'ng for the wpst and will makp thpir home in Washington for the winter Jis. Thomnson. of Sand Snrinars. Mont, who has been working herp since spring opened up, left Tuesday evenine for his home to complete prepar ations for wintering on his claim. Naptha Laundry Crystals are made to save you time labor, pa tience, clothes and laundry ex pense Give them a trial Just what you need for washing lace curtains, delicate laces and flan nels. For sale by Mrs. J. A. Bowen. A quite weddine was solem nized at the Methodist parson age yesterday afternoon when Miss Pearl Edith Fraser, sister of Mesdames Rice and Beckle.v, of Colgate, and Mr. Charles Tor gerson. of Detroit, Minn, made the solemn marriaee vows, Rev. T. Ensign officiating. The young peoples left on the even ing train at Colgate for a short trip after which they will make their home in Detroit. A large crowd of about eighty couples gathered at the Woodmen hall last evening and took part in one of the lodge's regular dances. With good music furnished bv the Carpenter-Husomeorchestra of this city, the assemblage spent the evening and the wee small houis of the morning in merry making. The supper committee of the lodge was taxed to its limit in taking care of the refreshments for the dancers All report an unusual ly good ti me. George Kleine has followed his sptciaular success "Officer 666 and 4 Stop The'if' with another screaming five reelcomedy "The Commuters" which will be shown at the Bijou on Saturday, "Nov 20th. "TheCommuters" is founded on the well known stage success of that name and fea tu -es bemtiful Irene Fen wick, present senation of Broadway, in the lead of H*-tty Brioe, wife of the cabaret loving commuter. She is assisted by that well known comedian Charles Judeis, who handles the inimitable fun ny role of "Sammy."—Adv. At two o'clock Friday after noon a short services was held at the home for the late Dr. J. C. Alexander. Rev. S. Hitchcock was over from New Rockford and conducted the services. He preached a short comforting sermon choosing as his text, "He saved others, Himself He could not save." At the close F. W. Ehred, as Worshipful Master of the Occidental Lodge, read Mason ic ritual. That evening the body was taken to Fargo and placed in a vault awaiting the time when it will be accompanied by Mrs. Alexander to the old home at Portland, Ind and placed at reat in the family lot. THE HOPE PIONEER Dr. H. G. Fish arrived this morning from Fargo for a short visit with friends in this city." H. P. Anderson, who is con ducting a bowling alley at Page, accompanied Mr. Blakely to Hope last evening and spent the day with home folks. Miss Ruth Gage, who is to be come the bride of Frank Philip of Hope, N. D., later in the month, was given a miscellaneous show er yesterday afternoon by Miss Ruth Miller and Florence Quick, at the Miller home on Fifth av enue south. About 15 young la dies gathered, and spent the af ternoon hemming tea towels, which were given Miss Gage, as well as numerous other gifts, which were presented to her in a heart shaped box. Red carna •ions, hearts and cupids formed the appropriate decorations in the rooms and after the needle work was finished, a dainty two course lunch was served. —Far go Courier News. FOR SALE—Well built shed, 12x20, suitable for granary. Good terms. Inquire of Wanted Scrap Iron. I will buy Sera Iron, Bones and empty bottles delivered in Hope from Nov 20th to 24th. WILLIS CROSBY 23tf Winnebago, Minn. Notice. Choice Onions $1 50 per Bu., Beets and Carrots 75c p'er Bu., Cabbagge $3 00 per hundred pounds. Inquire of 0 Mrs. A BOWEN. •Jfc Christ Madsen. For Sale. A few Du toe Jersey boar p'gs for sale, also one large boar. All eligable to register. J. L. SHOBE, 4tp Clifford, N. Dak. For Sale. One registered Holstein Bull, three years old, also a few gistered Duroc boar pigs. re- JOHN MCCULLOUGH. 4ti-p Hope, N. Dak. Farm For Sale. Small payment down, lonp time on balance interest at 7 per cent. Eight miles from Hope, six miles from Blabon. MARUS PETERSON, Luverne, N. Dak. Sewing Machine For Sale. Second-hand sewing machine ingood condition at a bargain Inquire of tf. R. MCLAUGHLIN. For Sale. Second-hand Sewing Machine, Cabinet Case. Inquire of tf. R. MCLAUGHLIN Notice. On and after Nov 28th the Star Meat Market will not be open on Sundays. T. THORSLAND, Prop. For Sale. One Registered Shorthorn roan bull, 2 yrs. old One Regis tered Shorthorn r-d bull calf 8 mos. old One Registered Short horn heifer, 1 yr. old and Sever al good grade heifers. J. D. PARKMAN, •—Adv.) Hope, N. Dak. Estray Taken Up. Came to my place on Sec, 34, Edendale Twp. Steele County N. D., about Nov. 13th, two black sows, weight about 250 lbs. each. Owner may have same by prov ing property and paying charges for advertising and keep. J. L. SHOBE. 3tf Clifford, N. Dak. Not Tangible. The girl who marries her ideal gen erally llveo to realize there Isn't any gucb thing.—Philadelphia Record. Be sure j. E Don't draw a chcck and send it to a person out DR. J. 6. ABBOTT Physician and Surgeon Offiice over Turnbull's Store Office Phone No. 181 Residence I'hone No Ifll DR. J. G. city, expecting to make it good before it can possibly get back sometimes telegraphic advice is asked of such checks. THE MAN BEHIND THE PLOW is the most independent worker of which we know. He is his own manager and enjoys complete control of his business. But while he is independent, yet he must take care of himself as a duty to himself and family. We believe the best way of doing this, so far as the farmer of this community is concerned, is to have an account with this bank. If you will deposit the proceeds from the sales of your farm products in this bank you can then pay all your bills with checks on us. If you have not been using this method of keeping a check on your business you will appreciate the many advantages offered by such a system. It will save you considerable worry about the safety of your money or the danger of paying bills a second time. Your cancelled checks are a re ceipt for every dollar paid out. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE, IN. D. THE HOME Because We SellThe Goods We Have! Then, There's Another Reason-The QUALITY 25 lbs. of Sugar FREE Save up $50.00 in Cash Receipts. Return to us and receive the Sugar—FREE. to get checks at time of purchase. They mean a Big Saving. Checks cannot be issued later. Pay Cash tor your Goods and gel the Sugar At this time of year we should not be asked tor any more Credit JOS. F. BECKERJECK. The HOPE DRAY LINE C. F. FARRELL, Prop. PROMPT AND ACCURATE SERVICE. QSP^Catls attended promptly, and goods removed without risk or injury. Garden plowing given special attention. Your business respectfully solicited. ALEXANDER, Physician and Surgeon Special Attentioh Given to Dis eases of Women and Children. office In Philips Block. Phone No. 37 C. S. SHIPPY Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public HOPE NO. DAKOTA. JOHN MOSES. Lawyer C. F. PETERSON, Collections MOSES & PETERSON Law and Collections Office over Bijou Theatre Hope, N. D. 1 of the 0 Of Quality Groceries Why We Deliver THE GOODS! FIRST, Because We Have The Goods To Sell. SECONDLY, Shotwell Floral Co. N?DAK! Growers of Piants.Cut Flowers, &c Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Niitbi or Day. 41-tf. Send for Catalogue. Methodist Et sco. al Church. Sunday ORNIG SERVICE 11:00 SUNDAY SCHOOL 12:10 JUNIOR LEAGUE 3:00 EVENING SERVICE 7:30 Wednesday Evening PRAYER MEETING 7:30 Strangers Invited. C. T. ENSIGN. PASTOR Chamberlain's Tablets. This is a medicine intended es pecially for stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation. Itis meeting with much success and rapidly gaining in favor and popularity. Obtainable evere where. -Adv.