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Men's Heavy Wool Sox a I 1 1 a A. A. TURNBULL The Community's Greatest Grocery and General Merchandise Store at Hope, North Dakota 14 In. Top, Pair 50c Men's Fleeced Lined Flat Knit Undershirt or Drawers Per Garment 67c Men's & Boy's Caps Men's & Boy's Caps 1 Fur Lined Ear Muffs. Styles, Trench, Military and 6olf Priced at $1.25 & $1.50 Fur Lined Ear Muffs. Styles, Trench, Military and 6olf Priced at $1.25 & $1.50 GROCl Tomatoes, standard quality No. 3 Size' 3 cans for. 59c Evaporated Peaches 10 lbs. boxes $1.48 Yellow Corn Meal Yellow Corn Meal Fresh and Sweet Fresh and Sweet 10 lb. sack 63c 10 lb. sack 63c Sunkist Oranges Sunkist Oranges Nice big ones and full of juice Each 4c Nice big ones and full of juice Each 4c Pop Corn Pop Corn Sure Pop, large snow-white grains when popped, 3 pounds for 40 cts Sure Pop, large snow-white grains when popped, 3 pounds for 40 cts L. 1 Shotwell Floral Co. 5*521?: Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write as Night or Day. il-tf. Send lor Catalogue. I. W. STANDLEY, AUCTIONEER Live Stock and Farm Sales A Specialty Write or phone at ray etpense lor dates HOPE NORTH DAKOTA COAL! COAL! You are hereby notified that a good stock of coal will be carried by the undersigned at Blabon. 81tf Blabon Farmers Elev. Co. Men's Heavy Wool Mitten Just the thing to use as a liner Men's Wool Flannel Shirts Men's Wool Flannel Shirts In Navy, Grey or Khaki, Sizes 14i to 17 At $1.98, 2.18, 2.25 2.85 In Navy, Grey or Khaki, Sizes 14i to 17 At $1.98, 2.18, 2.25 2.85 Men's Sweater Coats A good heavy quality, wool and cotton yarn, heather mixture Priced at $2.75 ERIES Sauer Kraut No. 3 tins, 3 cans for 57c Loose Muscatel Raisins Loose Muscatel Raisins Just the thing for sauce or pie 5 lbs. for 63c Just the thing for sauce or pie 5 lbs. for 63c Graham Crackers Graham Crackers Fresh and crisp. You save 20 per cent by buying ihem in bulk Fresh and crisp. You save 20 per cent by buying ihem in bulk Grape Fruit Grape Fruit Each .11c Each .11c Golden Wax Beans Crisp and tender, 3 cans for 49c CASH and CARRY No Deliveries and No C. 0. D.'s !l2l212l2l2l2l2I2I2Ii!l2l2l2l2l2l2IZIZI2IEI2l2l2l2I2l2f2l2f2l2l2l2l2Ni WS.& TORS&INGSSftUPS lisuiDirm UNITED 8TATE8 GOVERNMENT KING & SMITH !2RIZI^IZJZIZIZf2l2IZIZIZIZfZIZRIZI2IZIZI2JZIZIZRIZIZIZI2IZI2IZI2l2Rfi ANDERSON & SON DRAY LINE General Draying Household Goods Moved Without Injury or Risk Telephone us, No. 60, for prompt attention METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Services every Sunday at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Sunday School at 12:10 M. All who do not worthip elsewhere are invited. REV. C. T. ENSIGN, Pastor SHIP3QUR Hides-Furs Deal Direct with the Lcwgcstuni Oldest zHouseinthe West Hlrfheat Prices and Immediate Cash Return*. Write.for price list, taia and loll information* O.BERGMAN S GO. ST.PAUL -/A.1NN. *COOCOCOCOCCCSC8CCCSgSl a a a Locals As We Heard Them 'soaeeosacseceoeeeo Zanter's Auction March 4th. Reginald J. Thurlow visited in Fargo over Sunday. If you need a typewriter rib bon, get it at the Pioneer office. Bring your donations to the Red Cross Auction Sale Satur day. The Hope Implement Co. un loaded a carload of Overland cars this week. Dr. Christiansen, the Fargo Dentist, will be in Hope on Mar. •6.—Adv. John Zanter will hold an auc tion sale at the Broadlawn Farm on Monday, March 4th. A special six-reel film, "The Cowpuncher", will be offered at the Bijou on Saturday evening. Donations for the Red Cross Auction should be left at Kraa bel's Store either Friday or Sat urday. "Uncle Ben" Walden came up from Fargo Tuesday for a short visit with friends. He is talk ing of making a trip south this spring. Miss Dorothy Holoomb, who has been visiting the past two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Carpenter, returned to her home the first of week. M. B. Milligan arrived Mon day and is visiting at the home of his brother, E. J. Under the new military requirements he is now able to get into the army and expects to get into the ser vice in the near future. Messrs. Lathrop and Cassell went to Fargo last Thursday evening to attend a meeting of the officers of the Red Cross Chapters in North Dakota. The meeting was in charge of the of ficers of the Northern Division. Horses, hogs, chiekens, and other live stock, also an automo bile will be offered at the Red Cross at Kraabel's store Satur day afternoon and evening. If you can't get what you wane any place else you will find it at the auction sale. F. W. Soule, the eyesight spe cialist, will be at Fulmer's Jew elry Store again Saturday, Mar, 9th, one day only, prepared to examine defective eyes and fit glasses when needed. Don't miss this chance to have your eyes properly fitted. I. W. Standley arrived home Monday morning from Califor nia. He and Mrs. Standley have been spending the winter in southern points, haying visited in Missouri, Arkansas and Cali fornia. Mrs. Standley will re main several weeks longer. O. L. James and family ar rived the first of the week from Royal, Iowa, with a complete farming outfit and a nice bunch of live stock and has located on the farm three miles east of town, just this side of Gunkel's Lake. The Pioneer joins with the rest of the community in ex tending a hearty welcome to the new arrivals. S. S. McDonald has been ap pointed Federal Labor Agent for the state of North Dakota and is now located in the offices of the department of Agriculture and Labor at Bismarck. Any farm ers wishing to secure help should write to him there stat lng their requirements, length of. time help is wanted for and wages they will pay. THE HOPE PIONEER On Mareh 14th 8. N. Grim wood will hold an auction sale 2 miles north and 1 mile east of Colgate. This offers an oppor tunity to seoure some good tows bred to farrow in April and May some choice miloh oows and Holstein heifers sired by Mapleorest DeKol Pel No. 94158, a bull backed by the best blood lines of bis breed and a general line of horses and farm machin ery.—Adv. Red Cross Auction Sale Sat urday. Attend the Bijou Saturday evening. H. H. Fulmar will hold an auc tion sale of his household goods on Friday afternoon. Geo. B. Gunderson arrived the first of the week and will take possession of Fulmer's Variety Store this week. The Pillsbury Red Cross will receive the profits from a St. Patrick's Dance which will be given on March 15 th. The Valley Silo Co., of Fargo, have a half page space in this is sue to advertise their cement ribbed stave silo. Look over their proposition. Clyde Stewart, who has been assisting the Hope Implement Co. the past few months as sten ographer, was ordered to report for physical examination at Far go Monday. The ladies of the Red Cross will serve lunches during the Sale Saturday afternoon. A choice selection of Hooverized viands will be offered for a small consideration. Get a lunch. F. L. Ray, who has been in the Headquarters Co. at Camp Dodge since last fall, was re cently transferred to the Medi cal Dept. and assigned to special duty at the Medical Supply De pot. A pure bred Barred Plymouth Rock Rooster, Imperial Ringlet strain, has been donated bv A. J. King for the Red Cross Sale. Breeders of good Rocks will be strong bidders for this bird. DR. E. R. L. 0ER6ER DENTIST Office over First National Bank Phone No. 181 Hope, N. D. President Wilson calls for Sabbath observance. Sunday morning Rev. F. H. Bergman speaks on the subject, "Why Go to Church." In the evening his subject will be, "A Message for the Twentieth Century." Everybody is bringing some thing for the Red Cross Auotion and a big crowd will be on hand to make the sale a success. If you have no articles to donate but feel that you would like to help swell the receipts, checks and money will be gladly accept ed. V. A. Tillotson, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Tillotson of this oity, is another Hope boy in the U. S. Military service. Vivian enlist ed several weeks ago in the en gineering division of the Avia tion Signal Corps. He was sent west for training and is now lo cated at New Port, Ore., and is being trained at Toledo, a ctmp about thirty miles distant. He reports weather conditions fine and everything most satisfactory at the camp. Brood Sows For Sale I have several brood sows to farrow in May for sale. 88 2 A. W. GREENWOOD. INTERESTING PAPERS READ AT WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING Papers of unusual interest have recently claimed the atten tion of the Woman's Club. Mrs. Moores' paper explained that in spite of the long distance'guns, men are now fighting hand to hand as in olden days. At another meeting the work of the Bureau of Plant Industry was admirably described by Mrs. Wheeler, and the Bureau of En tamology by Mrs. Fuller. The coming work on native trees, shrubs and flowers promises much. Mrs. Fuller stated that she was eager to make S mileage Book sales as large as possible in the Club. The Club hour is doubly profitable beoause those in attendance provide themselves with Red Cross sewing. The Farmer LUVERNE RED CROSS IS "60IN6 SOME" Red Cross enthusiasm runs high at Luverne these days. The auction sale to be held Friday, March 1st, promises to be a big success. John Palfrey and Joe Pederson were out north of town soliciting and everybody was surprised (themselves included) at the liberal response of the people. Donations of horses, cattle, sheep, hogs, grain, etc., were made, and a good many who did not feel like making do nations contributed checks of from $10 to $25 so that for the day over $150 was paid in oash. Solicitors are out in other direc tions and they place $1000 as the lowest amount that will be raised at the sale Friday. Other Steele The farmer is the man who feeds us all. If the farmer should quit work the whole world would have to get out of business. He is the most important faotor in the world today—always has been—always will be. This bank has many farmer patrons. Farmers are conducting their business along modern lines these days, the same as other business men. They are the solid, reliable men of the community and every bank has reason to feel proud of its farmer friends. The accomodations of our bank are always at the disposal of the farmers. Our interests are mutual, and we will serve you. 12121212121212121212121212121212121212121212121212121212121212121! The First National Bank Hope North Dakota Ml2nEI2J2l2I2l2l2f2l212I2l2I2l2l2f2l2l2l2l2l2l2l2l2J2IU2l2l2l2I2l2l2l2l Save Wheat, Beef, and Coal Order from us and save money and buy War-Savings Stamps with amount saved LIGNITE, Lump dry mine, not 1-3 water and clay $4.25 HARD NUT COAL 11.75 HARD EGG COAL 11.50 HARD BUCKWHEAT ... 9.50 Substitute Lignite wherepossible Telephone No. 119 Ed. W. Hanson CouDty Red Cross Branohes will have to look to their laurels or Luverne will head the procession. W.C.T.U. MEMBERS ENTERTAIN HUSBANDS Members of the W. C. T. U. entertained their husbands on Washington's birthday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Lathrop. The rooms were ap propriately decorated with the national oolors. The following patriotic pro gram was much enjoyed by an appreciative audience of about fifty: The program opened with the selection "Stars and Stripes", followed by a solo by Rev. Berg man. Hiss Joslyn favored the audi ence with a piano solo which was encored. Mildred Lathrop read, "Little Mother on the Sidewalk." Adah Ehred sang "The Har bor of Home, Sweet Home", which was heartily enchored. Gertrude Roney read, "Jim's Letter to his Sister." Mrs. Warren sang "Some where in France" and respond ed to the applause with "Bid Me Good-Bye with a Smile". Marion Egan recited "Your Flag and Mine" in a manner be coming patriots like Marion. In accordance with Gov. Fra zier's request "America" was sung with the following stanza as a prayer for our boys. "God bless our noble men, Send them safe home again* God save our men. Keep them victorius, Patient and chivalrous, They are so dear to us,— God save our men." After selections on the Graph onola a dainty lunch was served. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our thanks to all kind neighbors and friends who assisted us, and to those who sent flowers during onr re* oent bereavement. MR. AND MRS. ERICSSON, AND FAMILY. The Proof. "If a man la known by bis works, an automobile manufacturer must be a lazy man." "Why so?" "Because his works are always tired." How 8he Got It "Mrs. Cashlt has a great deal of embonpoint, don't you think so, Mrs. Comeup?" "Yes she always was great on then forrln fads."