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LTEETH deserve the best of care Euthymol Tooth Paste CLEANSES PROTECTS BEAUTIFIES THE TEETH IT 18 MADE BY PARKE, DAVIS & COMPANY WHOSE NAME IS SUFFICIENT GUARANTY OF EXCELLENCE We recommend EUTHYMOL to •II who desire strictly high grade, scientifically prepared dentifrice. 1 'W^1 ff We recommend this excellent Tooth Paste Give it a trial and you will be^ very well pleased Warn berg's Pharmacy 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 Xrack and Sling Carriers We have a complete stock and would be pleased to have a chance to figure on part or all of material. KING Sc SMITH QUALITY and PRICE considered there are no brands better than WATKIN'S BARBER SHOP First Class Work Guaranteed. Electric Massaging Bring Your RAZORS, SHEARS, and CUTTLERY for Honing and Grinding. WAMPUM BRAND Canned Goods FLOUR—$5.00 per hundred THEHOREBAKERY A. G. WATKINS, Prop. FERD. GRAMS, Prop. Eyesight Specialst A. M. Thorson of Grand Forks, Dak. Will visit Hope every five weeks, examin ing eyes and fit ting glasses. W atch This Space for Dates Shotwell Floral Co. nada°: Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Night or Day. 41-tf. Send for Catalogue. Get your bills for that auction sale at the Pioneer office. We can print them right. DR. i. 6. ABBOTT Physician and Surgeon Offiice over Turnbull's Store Office Phone No. 151 Residence Phone No 151 C. S. SHIPPY Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public HOPE NO. DAKOTA. I W STANDLEY Auctioneer Hope, North Dakota Twenty-six years experi ence in Farm and Live Stock Auctioneering I SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE For Dates Write or phone at my ex pense or dates may be made at Pioneer office. neesesessseescsseseosssse^ Locals As We Heard Them J»s©©©es©«sses©©©eea©©® C. G. Warner has been laid up the past week. Get your flour at. the Hope !Bakery, $5.00 per hundred. Lloyd Pepper spent Sunday nd Monday at the Courtney iome in Page. Mr. and Mrs. E. Farris isited friends and relatives in 3ope last evening. Altho not formally announced it is reported that the new hotel will open about the 15th of this month. Mrs. P. K. Gandrude arrived uesday morning from Hatton to visit friends in our city and ook after business interests here. A tine ten-pound baby boy ar ived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Younrt Monday night. All concerned are re ported to be doing very nicely. Jas. Warner and son, Gordon, arrived in this cit.v the end of ast week and an- visiting friends and relatives Gordon is a-ssist ng his aunt, Mrs. Luce, in the post office. The McLaughlin Bros, have ordered advertising for an auc tion sale which will be held on their place west of Hope on Wednesday, Feb. "28th. Watch for big ad in next week's issue of the Pioneer. Albert Butz and sister, Mrs. R. Ernst, were called to their home near Cresco, la., Monday by a telegram stating that their mother had died. On account of there being no train Monday they did not get away until Tuesday evening. Mrs. Murnia Anderson was a business visitor in our city yes terday and completed arrange ments for an administrator's sale of the personal property of her husband's estate which will be held Tuesday, Feb. 27th. A complete announcement of this sale will appear in the next is sue of the Pioneer. Ed. W. Hanson returned home Tuesday morning from a ten days trip to points in Iowa and Minnesota. He visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fother gill, at Monticello, la., and took in the Carnival and Auto Show in St. Paul. He reports bad storms en route and more snow than is to be found in this state. HOPE TAKES SECOND OF SEASON FROM GASSELTON Hope defeated Casselton for a second time this season by a score of 22 to 33 Saturday after noon on the local floor. Casselton played hard but could not secure their baskets when opportunity offered, nor could they keep track of Stevens who secured seven field goals from very difficult positions. A big feature of the game was the guarding of both McClellan and Ray for Hope, only three baskets being secured by Cass elton's two forwards during the game. In the first half Hope completely outplayed their op ponents, the score being 23 to 9 at the end of that period. In the second half Casselton took a new lease of life and scored 12 points while Hope scored 10. Casselton's shooting in this half was noticably poor. English was Casselton's best point getter scoring five field goals. Summary of game: Hope— pos. Casselton— Stevens Costello Fullmer Edwards Dowling English McClellan Swart Ray Zimmerman Field goals: Stevens 7, Full mer 4, Dowling 1, Ray 2, Eng lish 5, Costello 1, Edwards 2. Free throws: Stevens 2, Full mer 3, Costello 6. Referee, Prof. Bjorle, of Page. THE HOPE PIONEER L0CKW00D FAMILY MADE HOMELESS BY FUMES About' six o'clock Friday morning fire started in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Lock wood in the southeast corner of town from an overheated stove pipe and the family was forced to flee to the barn where they remained until assistance arrived. They had no means of giving the alarm and it was not until Geo. Meader saw the flames bursting through the roof and ran to the home of T. M. Major to phone in the alarm that the citizens were aroused. By the time the fire boys arrived the structure was a heap of glowing embers. According to all reports, Mr. Lock wood got up and started the tire and was then waiting for the room to warm up before calling the rest of the family. The stovepipe ran through the roof of the building and there was no proteotion around it. The first thing they knew after that the place was in flames and they barely had time to escape. When assistance arrived vari ous pieces of clothing were do nated and the fire victims were taken to the Frank Gray home As the thermometer registered 3G degrees below they suffered severely from the cold. A relief committee was or ganized al once and fuuds were raised to take care of the family until they could get on their feet again, and the ladies of the city started to work making bedding aud clothing for them. This is the third time in nine years that the Lock woods have been burued out. The first time was in 1908 when the "Beehive' burned, the second time was in 1910 when they lived over the garage south of the First Na tional Bank which was des troyed at the time the post of fice burned. They saved their household goods at this tire but had to find a new home. Hard luck seems to have trailed these people for some time, but as the old saying goes, "Three times and out," things change for the better now. may OBITUARY Mrs. Ruth P. Wells, mother of F. J. Wells of this city, died Tuesday morning, Feb. 6th, fol lowing a short illness. Under taker Washburn prepared the body for burial and it was taken to Cantril, la., last evening for interment in the family lot, ao companied by Mr. F. J. Wells. Ruth P. Wells was born in Rock County, Wis., December 3rd, 1846, and was married to B. E. Wells in October, 1869. Mr. Wells passed away in 1909. They were the parents of six children, four of whom survive. She resided with her son, F. J., who was on a business trip to Iowa when her death occurred, and was unable to reach Hope until Wednesday morning. A short funeral service was held at the home yesterday af ternoon, Rev. C. T. Ensign of ficiating. Four of the teachers of our schools assisted, render ing appropriate hymns. The Wells family have the sympathy of the community in heir bereavement. F. E. Brewster Honored by Woodmen Last evening the Woodman Lodge initiated three new mem bers by submitting them to the perils of the submarine degree, followed by a delightful three course supper. During the evening, A. G. Fick, aoting as spokesman for the members of the lodge, pre sented F. E. Brewster, clerk, with a beautiful gold ring mount ed with the Woodman emblem as a reward for placing the Hope camp where it now stands. Mr. Brewster has been a hard worker for the forwarding of the Woodman standing in Hope and is justly entitled to the above recognition of his servioes. J" "i Money Talks To be sure money talks, especially money that is actively employed. Money that is idle is money asleep and money doesn't talk in its sleep. If you could hold all the money that passes through your hands it would be a fine thing for you, but if everybody else followed the same plan where would you get yours? The place for money is in a reliable bank, safe but subject to your check. Hoarding money takes it out of circulation, audit is constantly liable to be loss Money on deposit talks, and the things it savs to you are "security, comfort, satisfaction." We invite you to open an account with us. The First National Bank Hope North Dakota THE HOME Of Quality Groceries Why We Deliver THE GOODS! FIRST, Because We Have The Boods To Sell. ~SECONDL\, r* 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. Be sure 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 be asked tor any more Credit JOS. F. BECKERJECK. ANDERSON & SON DRAY LINE General Draying Garden Plowing Household Goods Moved Without Injury or Risk Telephone us, No. 60, for prompt attention W. F. M. S. Held Meeting SCRANT0N COAL Speaks for Itself For Sale By The following program was given at the W. F. M. S. at the M. E. Church Feb. 7lh: Subject: Christian Conquest of Europe: West. Hostess, Mrs. Chas. Ensign. E. J. MILLIGAN HOPE NORTH DAKOTA Leader, Mrs. Trammell. Devotions, Mrs. Shippy "Sword Made Converts", Mrs. Watkins. "A Greater than Charlemagne", Mrs. Herdle. "Chivalry and the Crusades", Mrs. G. I. Foster. "St. Francis of Assisi", Mrs. Mrs. Ensign. Water Hauling Chamberlain's Tablets These Tablets are intended es pecially for disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. If you are troubled with heartburn indigestion or constipation they will do you good.—Adv. Woman's Club FOREIGN Feb. 15. Leader, Mrs. Haviland Roll Call—War News Paper—"Lord Kitchner", Mrs. Joslyn Paper—"Verdun", Mrs. Lofland Paper—"Belgium", Mrs. Mart in.