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r-wveeie—wi A. A. TURNBULL The Community's Greatest Grocery and General Merchandise Store at Hope, North Dakota 44 inches wide jfk Per yard 4UC 33 inches wide Af| per yard vlIC Sheeting v.- 72 inches wide EE* Per yard www Frnlt-of-the-loom Cambric 36 inches wide A* Per yard www Crash Toweling 18 inches wide, extra 44* heavy, per yard £vv Men's Work Shirts Speoial price "tklkm. Each Men's Work Sox 3 Cans of Tomatoes For 3 Pounds of Hand Picked Beans for Beautiful Stenciled Borders Decorate your rooms the fashionable way, with beautifully tinted walls and charming stenciled borders of llaiiaidlte The Beautiful Wall Tint The beautiful wall tint ing material that does not rub off, chip nor peel when applied according to directions on package. Long Cloth KING & SMITH No, 400 Per yard...— Pillow Tubing 42 inches Per yard White Muslin. Middy Cloth i_ Shotwell Floral Co. 5AS2S: Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers. &c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. ... Phone or write us Night or Day. ilrtt. Send for Catalogue. I. W. STANDLEY, AUCTIONEER Live Stock and Farm Sales A Specialty Write or phone at my expense 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. 31tf Blabon Farmers Elev. Co. 30c Soft finish, 36inches wide Per yard Shaker Flannel 20c Superior quality, white Per yard 25c White, 36 inches wide Per yard WWW Medium weight, fine knit EA« 3pairs for www Work SOX 50c 50c 39c 43c 3 Cans Early June Peas For 2 Pounds of Apricots For 3 Packages of Yeast Foam for 3Sc Nice soft cotton yarn Boys' size, 3 pr. for... These special items below are offered on Saturday until one o'clock in the afternoon and please do not expect to get them after the time set for stopping the sale which is one o'clock P. M. promptly. 35c 6 Bars of White Flyer Soap for 3 pounds of Pearl Tapioca. 3 Cans of Sauer Kraut For MlZIBRRIilEISIZRIilZRIZIZIZRIZRIERRIZIZIZIZIZIZRlZIZIZIZIZIZIZIiJ Five pound package covers from 300 to 400 square feet according to surface. Any one can apply it with the best of results. Goes farther, lasts longer,^ and is not to be compared with or dinary kalsomine. WHITE, 6&c per box COLORS, 70c per box We carry all colors and can supply you. ANDERSON & SON DRAY LINE General Draying Household Goods Moved Without Injury or Risk Telephone us, No. 60, for prompt attention HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA 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 wonhip elsewhere are invited. REV. C. T. ENSIGN, Pastor SHIPaOUR Hides Furs Deal Direct with the jjgr Largest Oldest zHouse in the West Hltfhest Prices tad Immediate Cash Return#. Writ* for price list. tail and iuU Information. O.BERGMAN S GO. ST.PAUL Locals As We Heard Them Attend the Bijou Saturday. Keep in mind the date of John lolcomb's auction sale, March 20th. Get a lunch of coffee and daughnuts at the Blakely build ing Saturday.—Adv. FOR SALE—16-ft.. Hoosier ress Drill. Inquire of W. C. 3jerklund.—Adv. $500,000 to loan on first mort gage on improved farms. For nformation inquire at Palm Ho tel.— Adv. tf A. A. Turnbull announces some new bargains this week or Saturday morning. Look over his ad. THE HOPE PIONEER J. F. Beekerjeck arrived this morning from Seattle where he las been spending the winter with his family. S. D. Curry came up from 'argo last week and spent a few days in our city. He returned Monday evening. D. W. Vadnie announces his candidacy for renomination to the office of Clerk of Court else where in this issue. The Executive Committee of the Steele County Chapter of he Red Cross held a meeting in Hope Tuesday evening. The Catholic Aid Society will lave some attractive articles on sale at their Annual St. Patrick's Day sale Saturday, March 16th. Sheriff Grimson was transact ing business in our city Tues day. "Grim" travels all over nowadays in his Ford and says it is some life. Quite a number from Hope went to Fargo Monday evening to hear Harry Lauder. They all report that the show was well worth the time and expense. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Walsh are celebrating the arrival of a ten pound daughter at their home yesterday afternoon. Mother and baby are both doing fine. Be Prepared! Sometime be tween March 18th and 23rd you are going to, buy a war-savings stamp or a thrift stamp. The Scouts are on your trail and are bound to get you. Reports come from Dr. Ab bott that he has been honorably discharged from the army ow ing to ill health following a short term of sickness. He is now in California and getting along very nicely. Justice Walsh was kept busy all day Monday hearing the case of Fulmer vs. Greenwood. The dispute was over the amount of wages due. The jury awarded the plaintiff $1.87£ per day and assessed the costs to the defend ant. Auditor Mustad has been compelled to resign from the local exemption board on ac count of ill health. At present he is in Fargo where he recent ly submitted to an operation. At last reports he is getting along nicely. All who attended the "Service Flag" dedication service last Sunday at the Congregational Church be sure to hear Rev F, H. Bergman Sunday morn ing. The subject of his address is "Helping Our Boys Win". Evening service at 7:30. A surprise party was held yesterday afternoon on Mrs, Taplin in honor of her birthday anniversary. A very pleasant afternoon was spent by those present and Mrs. Taplin re ceived many tokens of friend ship in rememberance of the event. The Catholic Aid Society will hold their annual St. Patrick's day sale in the offices of the Blakely building on Saturday, March 16th, beginning at 8:00 o'clock P. M. Food, parcel post packages, and home-made rag rugs will be on sale. Coffee and ^doughnuts will be served during the afternoon.—Adv. St. Patrick's Day Sale, Satur day, March 16tk—Adv. W. K. Jaquith's auction sale date is March 18th. Geo. C. Magoris, of Tolna, was transacting business in our city yesterday. John Zanter and family left last evening for Minnesota where they will make their home in the future. The Red Cross Branch at Sherbrooke held an auction sale last week and raised a nice bunch of money to assist in car rying on the work. The Pioneer will entertain the business men of Hope at a din ner at the Palm Hotel Friday evening. W. W. Tousley, of the Western Newspaper Union, of Fargo, will address the gather ing, and N. B. Black, of the Far go Forum, will sing. Invitations have been issued to about fifty. Walter Hardin, son of Geo. Hardin, of our city, who has been employed at Cutbank, Mont., for some time, has been spending the past few weeks in the hospital with an attack of scarlet fever. A recent letter from him states that be is re covering nicely and will soon be able to be around again. The Baldwin Consolidated basket ball team came over last Thursday evening with a large crowd of rooters and staged a game in the opera house with the Hope Independents. The game was the roughest ever seen in our city and fouls were continuous on both sides. The final score was Baldwin 13, In dependents 29. "S r" Lindgren officiated. E. R. L. BERBER DENTIST Office over First National Bank Phone No. 181 Hope, N. D. DR. E. M. WATSON Physician and Surgeon Office over First National Bank Phones: Residence 158, Office 181 HOPE N. DAK. Hay For Sale 12 1-2 tons of wild hay in stack miles east of Hope. PETE FREUND. Duck Eggs For Sale Full blooded Indian Runner Duck eggs for sale. $1.00 per setting of 15 eggs. C. D. ANDERSON. Horse For Sale or Trade Black horse, 6 years old, wt. about 1100. Will sell for cash or trade for milk cow. O. S. EGAN. Feed Oats for Sale Have about 1600 bu. of gooc feed oats on my farm 6 miles west of Hope. For particulars write or phone me at Valley City. Will be at farm if possi ble on March 25th. 2tp R. S. SAUNDERS. Seed Orala For Sale I have a large quantity of Sil ver Mine seed oats, some barley, and a small quantity of Marquis .wheat, ready for the drill, for sale. 51-8t C. S. SHIPPY. Millinery Opening I wish to announce that I wil have my opening oh March 16th, with a full line of Ladies', Miss es\ and Children's up-to-date hats at reasonable prices. MRS. WALTER GOODWIN, 50-2tp Luverne, N." For Sale The South half of section 17, Township 145, Range 56, con sisting of 820 aores, price $55.00 per aere. Complete threshing outfit—J. I. Case Engine ant Advance Separator, can be seen loeated upon the above describe*! land. Cost $5,000.00 will take $9 Ron j. W. HICKS, Box 562, I Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, HOPE, National Defense To Farmers: "The supreme need of our nation and of the nations with which we are co operating is an abundance of supplies, and especially of foodstuffs" —From the President's Proclamation. Money, men, munitions and food are neces sary war commodities. Money is plentiful. Men are available. We are speeding the manufacture of munitions. The farmer will do his full duty by producing foodstuffs in sufficient quantity, not only to sustain our own people but to assist those with whom we are allied for the triumph of right. The First National Bank Hope North Dakota l2IEIBIZI21EIERIZIZIERIZRRIZI2ISI2IEI2RU2lilZfil2IZRI!RIBIEII)l Back These Boys With Your Dollars Notice Farmers' Equity Go-operative Exchange meeting at the City Hall, Hope, N. D., Thursday, March 21st, far the purpose of organizing Farmers' Equity Co operative Elevator at Hope, N. D. One o'clock everybody invited. Speakers—J. M. Anderson, J.A. Ax tell. A War Savings Stamp Is as Secure as a National Bank Note Both are backed by the United States Government. About the only difference is that the stamps pay you 4 per cent interest com* pounded quarterly on January 1st, 1923. If you are pressed for money at any tipie, you can cash a War Savings Stamp for its current value at any money order postoffice on ten day's notice. War Savings Stamps are convenient and easy investments, no "red tape" and are backed by the entire resources of the people of the United States. Every Stamp you buy helps to keep the Germans out of your own home. Every Stamp you buy brings you nearer to financial freedom. This War WU1 Be Won Only When Thrift Becomes Our Watchword A 25c Thrift Stamp will be given FREE with every $10.00 Cash Purchase at our yards, with the exception of coal. Telephone No. 119 Ed. W. Hanson Grind a Wagon Load of Feed for IS Cents /"*UT your feed biHs in half by grinding your grain at home Save miles of hauling and hours of time. No miller to split your profits with. HOWELL Roller Feed Mill ids twice as fast and one-half cheaper than the best Buhr mills, using modern, scientific roller process. Do not heat feed. Easy to run—makes rainy day work for the boy* Will last a lifetime—no buhrs or stones to wear out. Guaranteed to get the wild oats. Built on lime principle as larca custom mills. With (pedal rollers you can grind your own flour. Many modern features make them efficient, econ omical and safe. Made in 13 siiea—any capacity—a rise far every engine. Tell us your requirements and veil tell iron what size you need. R. R. HOWELL & CO., Manufacturer* 1879 Minneapolis, Minn. Carried in stock in your town ond sold exclusively by HOPE IMPLEMENT COMPANY N O 4«Hr A'v iuw v* DAKOTA Notice to Auto Owners All automobile owners are hereby notified to seoure their 1918 license tags before April 1st, and those failing to heed this notice will be prosecuted. OSOAR JOHNSON, Chief of Police^ 51-2t -Hope, ft* Dak.