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found the premium list for the Fourth Annual Steele County Fair to be held at Finley on Oct. 12th and 13th. Be sure and look it oyer. Everyone is invited to assist in making the fair a sue ceSS. .5" I rawii Mirco Process Top—a polished fin ish of uniform blue-black color on all parts of the Top. requir ing no stove blacking. Smooth Nickel—no carving or or namentation to collect grease aud dust. Wtlteville Body—the highest grade of polished steel, needing no no blacking or paint. Duplex Draft— an exclusive draft arrangement that admits air un- HOPE Ljtd Men's Work Clothes "pOR clothes that will stand the hardest J- wear—the common sense kind that are good honest quality all through—give us a trial. Our line of overalls and work shirts is giv ing exceptionally good satisfaction this season and our prices are very reasonable. We Can Supply All Your Needs To accommodate our many good customers, we are now carrying an unusually large and varied stock comprising practically every thing you are likely to want. Before going elsewhere, see us first and get our prices. II SAVE MONEY AND TIME BY BUYING HERE Good weight, wool filled Makinaw material Makinaw, color, red, blue and brown 4 'JA mixture, two side pockets and belt Very finest quality, 32 oz. Guaranteed all wool Western Makinaw cloth in beautiful oxford [ray and blue plaid check pattern, OQ Off ront and.back yoke, Norfolk style V^.OU Good quality Boys' black and white check with gray predominating, 28 oz. ma- (IJi CA terial Makinaws, Norfolk style v^r.Uv Boys' Blanket lined Storm Coats, good Ol 7c heavy weight Brywn Duck, 30 to 34 ipi*/ O A. A. Turnbull HOPE, North Dakota VITREOUS ENAMELED LINED Sunday, October 7th, will be Rally Day at the Methodist Sun day School. A program of reci tations and soDgs IT'S PERSONAL MENTION is being pre pared and a large attendance is expected. All who do not attend elsewhere are invited. Some of the points that make MONARCH *'the King of Stoves A MONARCH Range In your kitchen would make your work hours fewer and pleasanter. easy to see why every woman who really knows a MONARCH Malleable Range prefers it to any other. The freedom from stove blacking— from sooty black kettles—from delays and baking failures quite naturally delight a woman who has. had to put up with these inconveniences in using a range of the ordinary kind. der both ends of the fire at the same time, insuring even heat and complete combustion. Quick Heating Reservoir—a, reser voir at either right or left, level with the Range Top, which heats quickly ample water for any family's needs. Asbestos Lining—complete system of asbestos insulation between the steel body and Vitreous En amel Linings to prevent radia For complete information, demonstration and prices see KING & SMITH RUST THE Window glass in all sizes at King & Smith.—Adv. HORSES FOR SALE—Several good, young horses at the J. C. Blakely farm. FOR SAL E—Second hand Cowboy Saddle. Inquire of Geo. Quenett. Catholic Food Sale Saturday at the Bijou. Doughnuts and coffee will be served. —Adv. LOST—On Tuesday, Sept. 25, a flait, brown muff. Finder please return to Mrs. Robt. McLaugh lin.—Adv. J. K. Johnson has erected a nice big barn on his place north of Hope and lias also added a neat little residence. C. W. Moores and Dr. Abbott hunted ducks the first of the week over near McHenry. C. W. reports that some of the ducks were late in hatching. Sunday Mrs. J. H. Cole, Miss Webster, Miss Olive Cole and Mr. Dorothy autoed to Larimore to see Miss Emma Cole, who is teaching seventh grade thei'e. At the regular meeting of the City Council Monday evening, F. R. Philip was sworn as City Auditor to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of F. W. Ehred. B, A. Kersting & Son will sell their entire farming equipment and livestock, including their fine herd of registered and grade Holstein cattle, on Wed nesday, Oct. 10th. See ad in this issue. Lloyd Pepper went to Cas selton Saturday evening en route for Montana to be on hand when the call comes for him to report in the National Army. The trip was made with C. G. Warner by auto. H. J. Pepper accompanied them. tion and heat top and oven with minimum fuel. Styles and Sizes—choice of Cabinet or Leg Base, Reservoir or Waterfront styles—with or with out Pouch Feed—No. 8 or 9 Tops —five oven sizes from 15 to 21 inches wide. But every one of the same grade—all of that unex celled quality which the name MONARCH has alwayi repre sented. N. DAK. VITREOUS THE HOPE PIONEER f~? Happenings of the Town Briefly Told LOCAL BREVITIES FOR SALE: Mounted Deer Head. Inquire of C. Hender son, Hope. Gordon Jefferson left Tuesday evening on a business trip to the Twin Cities. G. A. Warner was a south bound passenger on Tuesday evening's train. Mrs. Thos. Sussex is enjoying a visit from her sister, rs. F. H. Schriber, of St. Paul. Mrs. D. J. Gurob is in Dickin son thi.s week attending the Wo man's Club Federation and visit ing her brothers, Ed and Chas. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lalhrop and daughter. Mildred, called at Prof. Herdle's home in Larimore Saturday while on their way to Park River. G. Gosda, who has been look ing after his farming interests here the past few weeks, left. Monday evening for his home in Illinois. The Catholic Aid Society will hold a food sale at the Bijou Theatre Saturday afternoon. Doughnuts and coffee will, be served.—Adv. A number of people from Hope and vicinity attended the Red Cross dance at Luverne last Friday evening. They report a big crowd and a fine time. Finley's Kiltie Orchestra, of Grand Forks, will furnish 'he music for the dances during th«» Fair at Finley Oct. 12th and 13th. Dance both evenings. Come. Miss Mable Slingsby, who has assisted Mrs. Luce in the Post Office the past few months, re signed her position Saturday. Miss Lucy Cook is the new as sistant. H. Schweitzer, who has been in charge of the Dorranc*1Livery Barn for some time has resigned to go onto his son's farm west of town. His place has been taken by Wm. Pngh. A post card from Robt. Do bich states that he arrived safe ly at Camp Dodge and is now a member of Co. L, 352nd Inft. He promises to see us again some time after the war. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shippy autoed to Fargo the first of the week and from there Mrs. Ship py left for Iowa where she will visit for a month with relatives and friends at Decorah and Cory don. The carload of Ford automo biles recently received by the Fuller Land Co. were placed with the following parties: C. S. Shippy, Chas. Elstrom, Thevold Linde, Alec Cyrus, J. M. Gobel, R. E. Young, and M. O. Stokka. The arrival of a daughter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar tin Olson, of Hatton, on Tuesday morning, Oct. 2nd, was the cause of great rejoicing, not only at their home but also at the home of Grandpa and Grandma Joslyn in this city. The Woman's Club Library will be open Saturday afternoon with Mrs. A. R. McLaughlin in charge. A new case of books has beeu received from the Tra veling Library at Bismarck and the patrons will find plenty of good reading matter on hand. Since publishing last week's Pioneer we have received word that Claude Dowling, who en listed the week before and was reported to have gone to Jeffer son Barracks for training, was sent to Hillsboro and became a member of the National Guard any located there. Com pa A Powerful Ally— HOPE /^\F THE modern business man is a depend able financial affiliation. It not only assists him in meeting present demands but cooperates with him in planning the future. Armed with this support and assurance, he is able to wage a stronger campaign for growth and progress. This institution offers a full measure of help ful cooperation to its customers. The First National Bank Hope, North Dakota •HHHfflMg|gfaigl8fglEig|gfg|g|giafgiaiaiaiaiafaigian»fijiraiiWfTOigiaii Just Arrived I We have just received a big con signment of the High Grade Cedar FENCE POSTS Get what you need be fore the supply is gone We also carry a complete stock of Steel Pence Posts and all kinds of Fencing. Let us supply your needs in this line. HANSON LUMBER & COAL CO. QUALITY and PRICE considered there are no brands better than] WAMPUM BRAND Canned Goods Good Flour always on hand THE HOPE BAKERY FERD GRAMS. Prop. D. Dumele, who resides five miles west and one mile north of Hope, will hold an auction sale on Wednesday, Oct. 17th. Don't fail to attend the Con gregational Church Sunday, Oct. 7th. At the morning service the morning service the pastor will pnswer the greatest of all on W Christ". At the evening service he will take for his subject, "The Fatal Banquet." Good singing led by two choirs. Dray line in connection Phone No. 56 E. J. MILLIGAN Dealer in Coal and Wood HOPE NORTH DAKOTA N. DAK. TULIPS Tulips are one of the earliest flowers in the spring. The tu lip bulbs are planted in the fall, after light freezes have checked vegetation. Plant two or three inches deep in well drained soil, and when the surface soil begins t,o freeze cover with a mulch of straw or manure, which should be removed in the spring as soon as freezing weather is over. Tu lips are hardy in North Dakota and make a very pretty flower for early spring.