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10 lb. Bag 69c Barley Flour 10 lb. Bag 69c Karo Syrup Blue Label 10 lbs. 79c Fresh Rolled Oats 5 lb. Package 35c Early June Peas Sweet and Tender .3 ems for 49o 1 A. TURNBULL The Community's Greatest Grocery and General Merchandise Store at Hope, North Dakota Seedless Raisins 3 lb. Pickigi ... 43c Marrowfat Peas 2 lbs. for 25c Peanut Bolter EAT DRII Choics Prunes It.. 14c Apple Rings lb... 18c Per Pound 30c 2D FRUIT Apricots lb..... 23c Cranberries, 5 lbs. 95c Wrights Backvheat Flour, 4 1-2 lbs. for 49c Sonklst Oranges Ripi and Jnicy Dozen 48o, 43c, 35c CASH and CARRY No Deliveries and No C. 0. D.'s We Extend to Our Customers and Friends The Season's Greetings j' KING & SMITH ANDERSON & SON DRAY LINE General Draying Household Goods Moved Without Injury or Risk Telephone us, No. 60, tor prompt attention FAROO. N DAK. Shotwell Floral Co. Orowers of Piaats.Cut Flowers, &.c. Funeral Designs made up on abort notice. Phone or write as Night or Day. 41-tf. Send for Catalogue. I. W. STJUiDLEY, AUCTIONEER Live Stock and Farm Sales A Specialty Write or phone at my expense for date* HOPE NORTH DAKOTA SHIP3*UR A Oldest House in the West Write O.BERGMAN S CO. ST.PAUL COAL! COAL! Yon are hereby notified that a good stock of coal will be carried by the undersigned at Blabon. 81tf Blabon FarmersElev. Co: a 3 5 IRRJI Stoucb Trovblis Notice Locals As We Heard Them U. S. Official War Piotures at the Bijou, Jan. 22nd. The Fuller Land Co. received a carload of Fords on yester days freight. Erwin Wulf has been a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ganschow recently. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. 0. O. Warner early this morning, a daughter. All ooncerned-doing nicely. We failed to mention last week that Banker F. W. Ebred waa over from Courtney and spent Sunday and Monday with his family. E. A. Palfrey at Jefferson Barracks has recovered from his recent illness and expects to be transfered to Camp Custer, Mich., in the near future. E. D. Washburn returned the end of last week from Minneso ta where he had spent several days spearing fish through the ice. He reports a good catch. Mrs. H. C. Epping and son, Charles, returned a few days ago from a three weeks vacation spent with Mrs. Epping's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Baxter, at Sheldon, Iowa. If you are troubled with your I amount of snow fell so the drifts stomach you should try Cham- |are not large. berlain's Tablets. So many have been restored to health by the use of these tablets and their! cost is so little, 25 oents, that it is worth while to give them a I trial.—Adv. I have opened an office in the Blakely Block and have a com plete line of Dr. Watkin's Reme dies and Products on hand. Call and look the line over. D. j. GUMB. For Sill Small chicken coop, extra well built, price $15.00—this is less than cost of material. F. 0. MARTIN. Notici Parties desiring to book Auc tioneer I. W. Standley for sale dates should see the under signed as soon as possible. Phone at our expense if neces sary. L. J. BOWEN, -U}' Hope, N. Dak. A large audience is expected„ at the Congregational Churoh next Sunday morning to hear Rev. F. H. Bergman speak on "Liberty". At the evening ser vice the subject will be "Noah's Hired Men". According to reports abridge was out on the Fargo-Surrey line yesterday and as a result most of the trains went over this line. It is also reported that Nos. 8 and 4 will be run over this line soon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E Sim monds, 344 Ninth St. So., Far go, are the parents of a seven pound baby girl who' arrived Sunday morning. Mrs. Sim mons was formerly Miss Eunice Jacobson, of our city. It will soon be »ime to clean seed grain. The old reliable Hero Fanning Mill is sold by the Hope Implement Co. See it on their sample floor. Get new cloths for your old mill, it will improve the work wonderfully. Mrs. Agnes Amos, who is now a city charge, was taken to Min neapolis Tuesday evening and placed in a home where she will receive the best of care. Owing to advanoing age she is quite childish and requires constant watching, Following two days of fairly warm weather we were handed a real blizzard yesterday which stopped a large share of travel. The rural carriers started out but were forced to return be fore going far. Not a great One of the interesting views in the Ladies Home Journal just received that has pleased many McVille people is the picture of Lawrence A. Dahl of McVille, now in the navy at Brooklyn. There are shown on two pages of this popular home magazine a soldier or sailor representing practically every nation on the globe. Lawrence is pictured as The Blood of Sturdy Norwegian Sailormen".—MoVille Journal. Having noticed at various times cancelled checks are other negotiable papers blowing around the streets, the officers of the First National Bank of our city decided that their old method of marking these instruments paid was not alltogether safe should they fall into the hands of some unscrupulous person They have therefore added a new piece of equipment to take oare of this work that will fo the best orook. The word "Paid" and the date is cut thru the paper with small, round per forations. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Thos. Major on Friday afternoon. See the government) war pic tures of war preparation at the Bijou Tuesday, Jan! 22nd. Frank Moote arrived this morning from Camp Dodge for a short visit with home folks. Jas. Cassell has been, trans* fered from Jefferson Barracks to the officers training camp at Camp Dodge. A. A. Turnbull offers speoial inducements In his ad this week on a cash and carry basis. Don't fail to look it over.. A sooial dance was given by the younger set of our city at the opera house Friday evening. A good time is reported. Mrs. H. A. Ganschow left Monday evening for Wisconsin and will be away several weeks visiting relatives and friends. We have a small order of seed corn under contrast. Better place orders early for all kinds of seed. —Hope Implement Co. D. Gumb has rented an of fice in the Blakely Block and has on display a nice line of Dr. Watkin's Remedies and Pro ducts. At the regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners last week the Pioneer was de signated as official paper for 918. The first installment of official proceedings appears in lis-issue. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Watkins eft Tuesday for tbeir home at Groton, 8. D., where Mr. Wat tins is now employed in a bar ber shop. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs: Cornelius Long while here.—Sharon Reporter. The North Dakota Council of Defense will present the U. S. Government official war piotures at the Bijou Theatre oa the even ng of Tuesday, Jan. 22nd. These pictures show the 1917 Recruit in training, teaching the boys low to handle "Fire and Gas'' the soldiers of the sea, Jbhe Marine Corps trench warfare, sham battles, etc. It explains why the government made these movies for you, not for profit but to carry the faots to the people. So war tax to pay. Be sure and attend. Notice to Red Gross Knitters A shipment of knitted articles I —sweaters, socks, wristlets, eto. —is to be made by the Hope Branch next week and the offic ers in charge ask all those hav ing completed articles to hand them in to the Red Cross rooms not later than Tuesday, Jan. 22. all workers will bear this in mind it will be possible to make I a big shipment. This is thejsea son too when the soldier boys| need these articles. Coicirt Company Coning The fourth number of the Wo man's Club lecture course, the Theresa Sheehan Concert Com pany, appears at the opera house on Saturday evening, January 26th. The company consists of tfiss Sheehan, reader Miss Paulina Kegg, soprano and Miss Vivian Des Jar dins, violinist. The company forms just that lappy combination of entertain ment and music that is sure to delight a critical audience. The readings of Miss Sheehan are distinctive from those usual ly heard and her rendition of them is very clever." "Miss Des Jardins is truly a beautiful girl and pleased her audienoe exceedingly. Nothing could have been more pej-feot than the piano aocompaniment of Miss Kegg who also has a soprano yoice of lyrio sweetness." Make your plans to attend at the Hope Opera House Jan. 26. Estray Calf Tiku Up One calf came to my place, See. 84, Melrose Twp., on or about Jan. 1st, 1918. Owner can have same by proving prop erty and paying costs. THOS. COCKLE, Hope, N. Dak. SAVE MONEY and help the United States Government BY PURCHASING WAR-SAVINGS AND THRIFT STAMPS Let us supply you. First National Bank Hope, North Dakota Save Coal and Help Uncle Sam and our Allies URN Lignite and Soft|J|oal where possible and the Hard Coal supply. The less coal you burn the more money you save, and you help your government and railroads during the present difficulties. LIGNITE, Dry Mine, $4.50 HARD COAL $11.75 ED. W.HANSON Churoh City State I have, for my family, during the week ending Saturday Actual Meals No. ol Meals I should Reported try to report A Had "Wheatless" Meals (with no bread or cereal made entirely os wheat) .... 7 Had "Meatles" Meals (with no beef, mutton, or pork) 14 Had "Wasteless" Meals II Signature Address This form should be cut out. filled in, and banded in at church the following Sunday, or deliver to the Church Conservation Committee before Monday. QUALITY and PRICE considered there are no brands better than WAMPUM BRAND Canned Goods Good Flour always on hand, THE HOPEBAKERY FERD. GRAMS, Prop. Dray line in connection Phone No, 56 E. J. MILLIGAN Dealer in Coal and Wood HOPE. NORTH DAKOTA Typewriter supplies, ribbons, car bon paper, etc., at Pioneer Office.