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30AHAM
WE HANDLE
THE
The best credential any young
man can offer is proof of a good
savings account.
It signifies good habits, ambi
tion, thrift and perseverance—
all worthy characteristics that
employers appreciate.
A savings account is not only
a good character reference, but it
is also a good business investment.
So decide today not to delay.
Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow
Hope National Bank
J. H. McCOLLOJVTS
Aluminum
Cooking
Utensils
are the cfaespest Sit ffse
long rissi
A
GOOD ASSORTMENT
#. If. McColloisi
SESJ. H. McCOL^OWl'S SSSSSSSEES
Ifiwinwr«i,» t, LIIIUI.I g-ixwayju*
The best sign for a meat market
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MBflT MawKS'S'
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Numerous customers
But
•naa,f.' Tanaa vj?
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TIME
IS AT WAND!
Why not replace that Carpet with a nice
new Itug and get a new piece ov two of Fur
niture, which will greatly improve the up
pearance ot that room?
I '••"•I'M •Mill III UIMWIIWilWII
CALL SEE MY STOCK
We have a nice line on hand to select from,
consisting of Parlor, Dining Room, Bed
Room and Kitchen Furniture, in the latest
styles and finishes. We also handle Rugs,
Carpets, Shades, Porctierres, etc.
E. D. WASHBURN
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We endeavor to wait
on
you just as promptly as
possible, The
Best Meats,
Honest Weights
Lowest Prices
Star" /V\e^ot A'lourlcot
are worth a short wait
occasionally,
It never will be longer than is abso=
lutely necessary at this market
T. THORSLAND, Proprietor.
HOPE. N to
THE HOPE PIONEER
2 be Ibope pioneer
NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO.
L. J. BOWKK, Editor and Manager
SUHSCHIPTIOIS HATES:
One Year $2.00
Six Months I.OO
Kiunteil at the post office at Hope. North la
*. as second class matter.
t-i-r To insure insertion, all advsrtise
iiituns and pay locals must, reach our
ollio' on or before Wednesday noon
of each week'.
All notices oi entertainments of
any nature' at which admission is
charged, given by local organizations
are charged at the rate of five cents
per line per insertion.
This paper has enlisted
with the government in the
catrse of America for the
period of the war
Owing to a shortage of help it
is necessary that we receive copy
of all matter for publication earl
ier than heretofore in order to
get. the paper out on time. We
ask yoj to assist us in this by
getting your copy in by 3 o'clock
on Tuesdays. Short local items
and announcements will be ac
cepted up to 4 o'clock on Wed
nesdays. All advertising copy
must be in by Wednesday noon.
Buy W. S. S.
A new ruling by the Food Ad
ministration now makes it nec
essary for every purchaser of
Hour, (lour substitutes and sugar
to .sign up upon making ii pur
chase of rliese commodities. Cer
tain limits have been set as to the
amount that will he allowed for
cadi person and the dealer who
violated tho regulations will be
'orced out of business by having
his supply cut off. People should
remember this and should not ask
or expect the dealer to violate the
regulations.
-Buy W. S. S.-
WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM
Meeting for April 25th, 1918
Leader Mrs. E. D. Washburn
Roll Call, Medical Superstitions
The Mayos Mrs. E J. Walsh
X-ray and Radium, Mrs Fullmer
TVained Nurses, Mrs McLaughlin
Poem Mrs. .Jefferson
North Dakota day at the Hope
Womnm's Club opened with quo
tations from North Dakota writ
ers. Pioneer history, the estab
lishment of the first church bv
Father Belcourt, the territorial
organization in 18G1, the first rail
road in 1870, as well as the boom
days of the town, Edmonton,
which was renamed in compli
ment to Bismarck, were e
scribed by Mrs. Gumb. Mrs.
Cole's paper dealt with woman's
part in North Dakota She said
Sakakawea, an Indian woman, of
varied accomplishments, guided
a party to the west, Mrs. Slaugh
ter acted as first postmistress at
Bismarck women devoted them
selves to education while men
engaged in business and women
even counted among the best
farmers of the state. Mrs. E. D.
Washburn showed that no state
is makint? more ample education
al provisions than North Dakota.
The leader, Mrs. Joslyn, told of
the establishment of the Uniyer
sity in 1883.
At the meeting on March 28th
Mrs. Knoblauch acted as leader
Mrs. Standley, president of the
Club, was present after her Cali
fornia sojourn.
Buy W. S. S.
D. D. Sullivan's optical special
ist of Fargo will visit Hope, Fri
day, May 3rd. All persons hav
ing defective eye-sight or who
need their glasses changed or
renewed will please call at the
Palm Hotel on the above^date and
have their eyes examined.
STEELE COUNTY 60ES
"OVER THE TOP"
Early returns show 1,732 sub
scribers to the Third Liberty
Loan in Steele County.
Reports are incomplete, as yet,
but indications are that Steele
County will go $82,000, or more,
over its quota of $100,000. Every
community has passed its goal
and nine have more than doubled
their allotment. Hope is in this
class. A complete account of
the drive will appear in the next
issue of the Pioneer.1
Buy W.
s. s.
W. B. Rugg Out For Sheriff
In the column of political ad
vertisements will be found the
announcement of "W. B. Rugg, of
Colgate Twp., for Sheriff. Mr.
Rugg has been a resident and
tax payer in this community for
over thirty years and needs little
introduction to the readers of
the Pioneer.
Buy W. S. S.
The Fuller Land Co. received
a carload of Fords this week.
Henry Plaine reports that 44
acres have been donated to the
Red Cross in Broadlawn Twp.
A series of ads is now being
published in the Pioneer advocat
ing and explaining the advan
tages of the Low Cloverleaf Man
ure Spreader. It will pay'every
farmer to read these ads and get
posted.
Buy W. S. S.
Notice to Dog Owners
Notice is hereby given that
all dogs running at large in the
City of Hope after May 1st, 1918,
will be shot on sight unless
licenced. Owners may secure
licence from the undersigned,
Males, $2.00 Females, $5.00.
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By order of the City Council
F. R. PHILIP, Auditor.
City of Hope N. Dak.
DR. E. M. WATSON
Physician and Surgeon
Office over First National Bank
Phones: Residence 158, Office 181
HOPE N. DAK.
DR. E. R. L. BERBER
DENTIST
Office over First National Bank
Phone No. 181 Hope, N. D.
POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENTS
For Sheriff
To the VoterH oi Steele County, North Dakota:
hereby announce my candidacy (or nomi
nation on the Republican ticket, (or the of
fice ol Sheriff o( Steele County, and I respect
fully solicit your support and suffrage at the
primary election to be held in June.
Sincerely,
A. J. BltAKKE,
50-lfiti Sharon, N. Dak.
-Buy W. S. S.-
For Sheriff
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Sheriff of Steele County sub
ject to the decision of the Republican
voters at the primary election to be
held in June. If elected, I promise to
give all of my time and my best efforts
to the public service.
12 tp ALBERT SPARROW.
J3uy W. S. S.
For Sheriff
I hereby announce myself i« a candidate
(or the Republican nomination (or the office
of Sheriff of Steele County and re8pect(ully
solicit your support and Influence at the June
Primary.
4 lOt W. B. RUGG
Buy W. S. S.
For Clerk of Court
I hereby announce myself a Republican
candidate (or renomlnatlon (or the Office of
Clerk o( the District Court subject to the will
•of the voters ol Steele County, N. D., at the
June primary. Your vote and Influence re
spectfully solicited.
15t D. W. VADNIE.
Buy W. S. S
For County Judge
1 hereby announce myiel( a candidate (or
re-elcction to the office of County Judge of
Steele County, N. 1)., on the Republican
ticket, subject to the decision of the voters at
the Primary lOlectlon to beheld In June. 1018.
Your vote and influence will be thankfully
received. 52-14t
ADAM S. MOOTE
Buy W. S. S.
For Clerk of court
I hereby announce myseU a candidate (or
nomination on the Republican ticket lor the
olSce of Clerk of the District Court, and
solicit your voteH at
the
primary
election.
Yours trulr,
62 14 M. J. MICEELSON
-Buy W. S. S.
TO THE VOTERS OF STEELE COUNTY:
I am a candidate (or nomination and re
election to the office of state's attorney for
Steele County, and I respectfully solicit your
support and suffrage at the commlng
elections
S-llt V. O. SATURB
A NATIONAL ANTHEM
AMERICA
America most blessed land,
Where freeman e'er shall gather
From every nation, every strand,
And dwell in peace together
Where high and low, and rich and
poor
Unite as men with men,
And none is less, and none is more
Than common citizen!
A strong defense thus is our land
Among the hosts of nations,
And peace and power shall e'er com
mand
Our flag in all relations.
Above all scepters, crowns and
thrones
:Our noble flag holds sway,
Enligt'ning distant climes and
zones
With freedom's hopeful ray.
Saturday Special
BULK CHOCOLATE
Remember that Sunday treat
Its stripes are red, as blood and love,
True courage e'er inflaming
Its stripes are white, as lamb and
dove.
From now on those wishing
goods sent by parcel post on route
deliveries, please call up before
nine o'clock A. M.—or better still,
the evening before. Some morn
ings we have so many late orders
it is impossible to get them out.
Good values in Calf Meal, Poul
try Tonic Disinfectant for
chicken coops and other uses.
Wamberg's Pharmacy
Dray line in connection Phone No. 56
E. J. MILLIGAN
Dealer in
Coal and Wood
HOPE NORTH DAKOTA
Keeping up the
"PEP"
in your Storage Battery
means the right kind of
inspection at regular in
tervals by men who are
experts.
Bring your battery to us for
testing at least once a month.
Don't wait until troubles devel
op. It will cost you nothing to
find out your battery's condi
tion and will save you many a
repair bill. Start the habit today
FULLER LAND CO.
GARAGE
Ford Agents Hope, N. Dak.
48 Cants
Humanity reclaiming
Its field pf blue and stars so bright
Do faith and hope roclaim,
And liberty light, night, and right!
"Old Glory" sells its name.
May blessings crown thy wide do
mains,
Preserved through hard contentions,
Thy wondrous fields of fruits and
grains,
Thy industries, inventions,
Thy commerce, enterprise, and dare.
Thy plains and mountains, grand,
Thy sons of nerve and daughters fair,
My country, glorious land!
—W.
—Buy W. S. S.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH
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Servioes every Sunday at 11
A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Sunday School at 12:10 M.
All who do not worship
eltewhere are invited.
REV. C. T. ENSIGN,

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