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Handle Dental Creams and Tooth Brushes that Encourage Healthful Habits •.«.* 1.3 KING WATKIN'S BARBER SHOP First Glass Work Guaranteed. Electric Massaging Bring Your RAZORS, SHEARS, and CUTTLERY for Honing and Grinding. of Grand Forks, Dak. 7\\ Don't Neglect Your Teeth a Day Every person—young and old—should ac cruire the habit of brushing the teeth daily. Parents can do their children a lifetime favor by encouraging the proper use of the tooth brush until it becosn.es a regular habit. The best and easiest way to acquire this habit—for both parent and child—is to use a tasty dentifrice. We can furnish you with any of the best dental creaims, powders or liquids. Also tooth brushes in all styles and prices. Wamberg's Pharmacy I If YOU are going to Build a House We can sell you the Builders Hardware, Nails, etc. We can evetrough the house in first class shape We can sell you paints and varnishes for in side or outside. We can install a complete Heating Plant or Bath Outfit. If You Are Going to Build a Barn You Will Need Nails Barn Door Track Hay Slings Hay Track and Sling Carriers We have a complete stock and would be pleased to have a chance to figure on part or all of material. Sc SMITH Windsor Castle Coffee Best on the Market for the Price Get our Prices on Canned Goods in Case Lots and Save Money. Plenty of Flour Always on Hand. THE HOPE FERD. GRAMS, Prop. A. G. WATKINS, Prop. Eyesight Specialst A. M. Thorson Will visit Hope every five weeks, examin ing eyes and fit ting glasses. Tuesday, Nov. 7th, '16 fm z® MONEY TO LOAN OIN FARM LAND STEELE COUNTY W. J. LANE COMPANY FARGO NO. DAKOTA BAKERY Mrs. Geo. Roy was a south bound passenger on the train last evening and returned this morning with Mr. Roy, who has been receiving medical attention at Fargo. One of the most hotly contest ed elections in the history of this country will close Monday evening. From information at hand our opion is that Hughes, McCumber and Frazier will all be elected by safe margins. Help the good work along by voting for the winners at the poles Tuesday. Notice Anyone having borrowed tools, scrapers, etc., belonging to the City of Hope are requested to return same in the near future. CHRIST MADSEN, Street Commissioner. Now Lookout When a cold hangs on as often hap pens, or when you have hardly gotten over one cold before you contract another, lookout for you are liable to contract some very serious disease. This succession of colds weakens the system and lowers the vitality so that you are much more liable to contract chronic catarrh, pneumonia, or con sumption. Cure your cold while you can. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has a great reputation. It is relied upon by thousands of people and nev er disappoints them. Try it. It only costs a quarter. Obtainable every where.—Adv. |©ese©#S®S©S®^SSS8®«S©©S« Locals As We Heard Them s©®©es©e®ses©©eesse©e©©e« C. W Moores went to Cassel ton last evening. Mrs. J. A. Bovven went to Mc Villo Monday morning for a shc.rt visit. Atty. ancl Mrs. W. J. Court ney, of Page, were visitors in our city Tuesday.' County Auditor Mustad was down from Sherbrooke Monday evening to attend the political speech. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hanley and J. Beckerjeck returned the end of last week from Wis consin. H. M. Carpenter returned Wednesday morning from St. Paul where he shipped a carload of stock. Goo. Fesler returned Tuesday from St. Paul where he accom panied a shipment of livestock to that niiirket. Miss Raaen, of NewburgTwp., candidate for County Superin tendent, is spending the week with fiiends in our city. N. N. Lunding, of the Hope Implement Co recently went to 1strgo and returned with one of the latest Overland Sixes. Mrs. A. M. McLaughlin,-who has been visiting on the Pacific coast for the past few months, returned home Friday evening. The Misses Edna and Ethel Josl.yn, who have been spending the past few months with rela tives in the New England states, returned home Sunday. Kraabel & Kraabel announce the opening of a big reduction sale on Market Day. Look over their ad and get a line on some of the bargains they .will offer. There will be a dance at the Finley opera house on Tuesday evening, Nov. 7th. Music by Tillotson's Orchestra. The elec tion returns will be given at this dance.—Adv. I. W. Standley, accompanied by Messrs. and Mesdames En sign, Van Auken, and Herdle, autoed to Mayville Monday and attended the production there of "The Birth of a Nation.' THE HOPE PIONEER Miss Jennie Hogue has re- sipned her position as Asst. pink of condition and is determ Post Master and the position is now being rilled by Miss Eunice Iseminger. Miss Hogue will re turn to her home in Minnesota. That great emotional drama, "East Lynne", which has always been a favorite of theatre goers, is now presented in a new form. It will be shown in seven reels at the Bijou Theatre on Satur day, Nov. 4th. F. W. Soule, the eyesight spe cialist, will be at Fulmer's Jew elry Store again, Monday, Nov. 18th, one day only, prepared to examine defective eyes and fit glasses when needed. Last vis it this year. DoD't miss this chance.—Adv. Rev. and Mrs. S. Hitchcock and children returned Saturday from Rev. Hitchcock's old home in Creston, Iowa, where they at tended the golden wedding an niversary of the reverend gen tleman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hitchcock. There was pres ent on this happy occasion, four daughters and one son, five grand children and two great grand children. Rev. Hitchcock reports considerable snow in Io wa.—New Rockford Transcript. The first number of the Wo man's Club Lecture Course was presented at the opera house Tuesday evening, a good sized audience being in attendance. The Croatian Tamburica Orches tra consisted of six Croatians playing their native instruments. They gave a varied program of instrumental and vocal selec tions that met with the hearty approval of the audience. The next number of the course will be a lecture by Granville Jones on November 25th. Get your eyes examined and glasses fitted by Eyesight Spe cialist A. M. Thorson. Will be at Hope Tuesday,. Nov. 7th.—Adv. Tillotson's Traveling Dance' Orchestra will give a dance in the Hope Opera House on Mon day evening, Nov. 6th. Don't miss it.—Adv. The Philathea Class will hold a Japanese Bazaar in the base ment of the Methodist Church, Saturday. November 11th, be ginning at 3 P. M. Lunch (not Japanese) will be served. A special feature of the evening will be '"the lady with a dress with one hundred pockets."— Adv. Street Com. Madsen began preparation for the improvement of the roadway on Steele Ave. east from McCollom's corner this week by widening the grade and scraping new dirt to the center of the road. This will make the street drain better in wet weather and improve the road generally. At a meeting of the W. C. T. U. held last Friday at the home of Mrs. Cole a committee was appointed to collect and send a box of clothes and provisions to the Florence Crittendon Home in Fargo for Thanksgiving. Towels, pillow cases, sheets, anl children's clothing, and also vegetables and canned fruit will be welcome. Anyone wishing to give anything for this box please notify the committee, Mrs. Clutter and Mrs. .1. Washburn. Hope Hi's biggest football game will he pulled off Saturday afternoon when the Casselton Hi team comes to Hope. The home boys have played live games so far this season and have been victors in every one. They have piled up a score of 237 to their opponents 12, Coop erstown being the only team to cross their goal line. Casselton is one of the strongest teams in the eastern part of the stale and if they can be defeated by a de cisive score Hope will be con sidered in the running for the state championship. Coach Mor ton is working his men hard in prep ration for the game and several new plays have been de veloped for the special benefit of the visitors Saturday. Every member of the team is in the ined to put Casselton to route in short order. Turn out for the game as it will be a good one. Wanted Girl for general housework in family of two. Good wages. 32-tf PAUL SANBUC, Adv. Sharon, N. D. Calves Estray Eight spring calves, 5 red and 3 red with white spots, left my place Oct. 7th. Finder please notify F. W. WILMERT, 81 Hope, N. Dak. Lost One ram and live ewes. Find er please pnone or see A. L. Steinke, Hope, N. D.—Adv. 3tp Lost Between Hope and Martin 01 son farm, pocket book contain ing about two dollars in money, four keys, check book, etc. Finder may keep money as re ward if he will return pocket book, keys, etc., to Pioneer of fice.—Adv. 32. For Sale One new Model 75 White Sew ing Machine. A chance to se cure a bargain. Call at the Pio neer office. Sufferer from Indigestion Relieved "Before taking Chamberlain's Tablets my husband suffered for several years from indigestion, causing him to have pains in the stomach and distress after eat ing. Chamberlain's Tablets re' lieved him of this spell right away," writes Mrs. Thomas Cas ey, Geneve, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. —Adv. Can We Help? Can this bank be of any assistance to you? Surely we cannot if you do not give us the opportunity. We assure you we are willing to do our part. That's the kind of a bank we are conducting. Our satisfied customers will tell you so. If there is any way we can be of assistance to you, do not hestitate but come right in and tell us about it. We will be glad to talk over your problems with you. What gives an institution the right to live in a business community The service it renders to the community. We know that Come in and put us to that test. The First National Bank Hope North Dakota C. S. SHIPPY THE HOME Because We SellThe Goods We Have! Then, There's Another Reason-Tho QUALITY 25 lbs. of Sugar FREE Save up $50.00 in Cash Receipts. Return to us and receive the Sugar—FREE. Re 8 ure to get checks at time of purchase. They mean a Big Saving. Checks cannot be issued later. Pay Cash for your Goods and get the Sugar At this time of year we should not he asked tor any more Credit JOS. F. BECKERJECK. There is a Reason Why we can sell your farm. We are willing to explain at any time you ask us. Ward Farms Company Incorporated Capital $100,000 Atlorney-at-Law and Notary Public HOPE No. OfHices: Hannatord, N. D. Hope, N. Dak. Minneapolis, Minn. DAKOTA. Shotwell Floral Co» N*DAK* Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Nlffbt or Day. 41-tf. Send tor Catalogue. PIONEER $1.50 Of Quality Groceries Why We Deliver THE GOODS! FIRST, Because We Have The Goods To Sell. SECONDL1, JOHN MOSES ATTORNEY AT LAW) General Law Practice Collections and Insurance HOPE NORTH DAKOTA DR. J. 6. ABBOTT Physician and Surgeon Oflflice over Turnbull's Store Office Phone No. 151 Residence Phone No 151 Furnished rooms for rent, suitable for light housekeeping. Inquire of Mrs. J. A. Bo wen.