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On the Road to Victory See the crowd! It is a happy crowd! Why Because it is on die road to Victory. It is an old road, the Thrift road, the broad highway to personal success* And as usual, the success of the individual means the success of the Nation. The Nation to-day wants Victory. The individ ual here at home can help best by lion smaller victories over waste and extravagance. Join the crowd! Take the Thrift pledge! Raise the W. S. S. flag and keep it flying. Put your quarters and your dollars behind your sons husbands and brothers on the sea and in France. JOIN THE CROWDS! Be a War Saver tion's needs in the hour of trial and save money for yourself. The wife will have com fort and take pleasure in cooking your daily meals. These stoves are guar anteed to satisfy and can be bought at Reasonable Prices from KING & SMITH !!ZI winning united states DOVUtNMENT THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BYj A. A. TURNBULL Patriotism Economy Comfort Husband! let us Two hundred sets PLOW LAYS DR. E. R. L. BERBER Any Make $8.85 DENTIST Office over First National Bank Phoie No. 181 Hope, N. D. Geo. W. Hardin Co. Blacksmiths Hope, N. D. a mil Be a Life Saver place one of our PERFECTION or QUICK-MEAL OIL COOK STOVES in your kitchen. You will save coal and gasoline for the na- NORTH DAKOTA DR. E. M. WATSON Physician and Surgeon Office over First National Bank Phones: Residence 158, Office 181 HOPE N. DAK Locals THE HOPE PIONEER As We Heard Them Attend the Bijou Saturday. Everthing i$ growing in fine shape this week due to the rains. W. P. Strong of Colgate was a business visitor in Hope Satur day. Peter Joslyn arrived Friday and is visiting with relatives in our city. Miss Julia Larson of Miuueapo lis, arrived in Hope Monday for a visit. Frank Sussex was home from the University the first of the week. Cards were received last week from A. E. Palfrey announcing his safe arrival in France. Geo. W. Ilardin went to Fargo Saturday evening and spent Sun day with his daughter, Bernice. Owing to the heavy rain Friday afternon and evening the Play Day was postponed until Monday. Miss Myrtle Turnbull departed Saturday for Chicago, where she will visit with relatives and friends. Among the visitors in Hope on Memorial Day were Mr. and Mrs. M. Li. Lofland, Mrs. John Thomp son and son, Walter of Edendale Twp. Robt. Walker and R. J. Thur low, who went with the boys to Camp Dodge, several weeks ago, have been transferred to Camp Travis, Tex. Mrs. B. T. Kraabel went to Fargo last week and entered the hospital where she underwent an operation. At last reports she was getting along nicely. Rus&el McClellan and Jacob Fullmer, of Hope, and Minor El lingson of Sharon, recently ar rived at Ft. Totten, N. Y., where they will be trained for the Coast Artillery. Services at the Congregational Church Sunday, June 9th, at 11:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. in. The subject of Rev. F. H. Bergman's morning sermon is "The Position and Func tion of the Church." Mrs. Emma Hammond and daughter, Mrs. Chesney of Cal gary, arrived Friday and are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Gumb. Mrs. Hammond is a sister of Mr. Gumb. F. H. Bergman has been appoint ed as a special recruiting officer for the U. S. Marine Corps. Any one desiring any information re garding this branch of the service is requested to call on him. Delegates from all parts of the county were in Hope Saturday and Sunday attending the sessions of the Steele County Sunday School Association Convention. The jj| |neetings were held in the Metho dist Church. The High School Glee Club Con cert which was to have been given Friday evening, has been post poned a week and will be given on June 14th. The proceeds of the evening will be donated to the Junior Red Cross. A number of the friends of the Misses Climena and June Fuller have received announcements of the graduating exercises of the 1918 Class of McMinnville (Ore.) High School of which they are members. The exercises will be held June 12th. Mrs. W. U. White received communication from the War Dept. last week enclosing a carc from Charles Vanzile, one of the first men to go to Camp Dodge from Hope, stating that he hat been on board the S. S. Moldavia which was torpedoed near her des tination and was not reportei among the missing. The war is coming nearer to us every day. Memorial Day was fittingly ob served in Hope- last Thursday. In the morning the usual exercises were conducted at the cemetery and the graves of the departec soldiers decorated. In the after noon a patriotic program was given at the opera house which was largely attended. A fine address was given by Dr. H. H. Frost, o: Fargo. The Blabon Star Banc furnished music during the day, G. H. Gilbertson informs us that the local board has receiver a call for fifty-seven more %aen from Steele County to report June 24th and entrain within five days for Camp Dodge. Seven men wil also be sent to the Agricultural College for special training in some trade. These men must be common school graduates ant volunteers will be accepted up to June 7th. JUNIOR RED CROSS ITEMS The three counties in North Da cota that are 100 per cent Junior led Cross are: Grand Forks, Ben son and Steele. We are proud to mow that our county is one of the three, and that the teachers and children are so loyal. Garda Severson, ten years old, of Enger Township, has made a quilt to be sold at auction for Junior Red Cross. She has done every bit of the work herself. Orrin Moore, thirteen years old, of Easton Township, has do nated $3.65 of his own earnings. Gena Severson, member of the Junior Red Cross Committee for the Enger Branch writes that she is having all school children be onging to that Branch make ar ticles to be sold at a general auc tion for the benefit of the Junior Sed Cross. Enger Township is true blue. NOTICE TO AUTO MOBILE DRIVERS All automobile drivers are re quested to park their cars in the center of the street on Steele Ave It is hoped that all drivers will assist in this matter and thus avoid confusion. Owing to .the large number of cars on the streets at times it would be impossible to get near the curb unless cars were parked in this manner. Your attention is also called to the ordinance limiting the speed at which cars may be driven on the streets of Hope. This limit is ten miles per hour. There are a number of drivers who persistent ly violate this ordinance by driv ing at a reckless rate and they are hereby warned that future of fences will be dealt with accord ing to law. A little co-operation in these matters may be the means of pre venting some serious auto acci dent. Remember, Safety First. RESOLUTIONS The Fourth District of the North Dakota Federation of Women's Clubs assembled at Hope, North Dakota, this 25th day of May,1918, passed the following resolutions: 1. Whereas, the Government has asked us to conserve food for the use of our allies, which we are glad to do and Whereas, the breweries of the nation used 68, 000,000 bushels of food stuff last year in the manufacture of their products, we call upon the Govern ment to enact national prohibition as a war measure. 2. Believing that the enfran chisement of women is an impor tant war measure, we do urge the immediate passage of the Federal Amendment now before the Senate of the United States. Resolved that a copy of this resolution be sent to the President, Our Senators for North Dakota, Senator Martin, Democratic Lead er of the Senate, and Senator Gal linger, Republican Leader of the Senate. 3. We express our appreciation of the cordial and hospitable greet ing which Hope has extended to us and we most heartily thank all those whose efforts have been di rected toward making this a suc cessful meeting. 4. Be it further RESOLVED that a vote of thanks be extended to Professor Ladd for securing for us a national speaker on War Conservation. Mrs. J. H. Shepperd, Mrs. J. D. Frazer, Committee. LUTHERAN TRINITY CHURCH The Lutherans will celebrate their annual mission festival on Sunday, June 9th, 1918. German service at 10:30 A. M. Rev. Wm. Dietzen, of Willow City, has charge of the forenoon service. English service at 2:30 P. M. by Rev. O. H. Lottes, of Devils Lake. A collection will be taken up for Innermission work of the North Dakota and Montana District. Everybody cordially invited to at tend these services. -Buy W. s. S.- CARD OF THANKS We take this means of extend ing our sincere thanks to those friends who have contributed to the fund which has been placec in the bank for our use. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pugli. ESTRA7 TAKEN UP Came to my place, one mile west of Hope, one red Bull Calf about ten months old. Owner can have same by proving property ant paying charges. S. A. Olson, 103ti Hope, N. Dak. CC "1 I. W. STANDLEY, AUCTIONEER Over The Top The call sounded—the need was urgent— and we answered. America went "over the top" in the Third Liberty Loan—BUT The Huns are not yet beaten. Again the call will sound—and again we must be teady to respond. Prepa iredness is in order. Mobilize your dollars in a bank account. Get them "in training" now to strike another death-knell for the war-crazed Prus sian hords. The First National Bank Hope North Dakota As Treacherous As The Hun is the common HOUSE FLY. Keep him out of your home with a barrage of good Screen Doors and Windows Our stock is complete. ED. W. HANSON Phone 119 Hope, N. D. EVERYONE MUST HELP. Wars cannot be fought without money, and upon the Treasury centers every financial demand upon the Nation. The rich of this country cannot alons meet the needs of the Nation the men of the country cannot do It alone the women of the country cannot do it alone but all of us, the people of the United States, disre garding partisanship, forgetting selfish interests, thinking only of the supremacy of right and determining to vindicate the majesty of American ideals and secure the safety of America and civilization, can do the great and splendid work which God has called upon us to do. QUALITY and PRICE considered there are no brands better than WAMPUM BRAND Canned Goods Good Flour always on hand FERD. CRAMS, Prop. DRAY LINE C. S. ECAN, Prop. General Draying Household Goods Moved Without Injury or Risk Telephone us, No. 141, tor prompt attention Live Stock and Farm Sales A Specialty Write or phone at my espense lor dates HOPE NORTH DAKOTA 99 W. G. McADOO, Secretary of the Treasury. Shotwell Floral Co. Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. 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