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.• IS I Join These Americans On the Road to Victory I See the crowd! It is a happy crowd! Why? Because it is on the 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 winning a mil lion smaller victories over waste and extravagance. Join the crowd I Take the Thrift pledge! Raise the W. S. S. flag and keep it flying. Put your quarters and your dollars behind your sons and husbands and brothers on the sea and in France. JOIN THE CROWD!! Be a War Saver UNITED STATES J»VttNMEMT THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BYj A. A. TIRNBULL Patriotism Economy Comfort 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 DR. E. R. L, BER6ER DENTIST Office over First National Bank Husband! let us place one of our PERFECTION or QUICK-MEAL OIL COOK Any Make $8.85 Phone No. 181 Hope, N. D. STOVES in your kitchen. You will save coal and gasoline for the na \°"NSi KING & SMITH fHizpra2izi2fziziziziiuzi2iznjsiZiZizjzjzjHJ2JZiZfzrzizizizianei2iziziZfS Two hundred sets PLOW LAYS MOPE NORTH DAKOTA Geo. W. Hardin Go. Blacksmiths Hope, N. D. i. E. a&?:•(•*,•':'•• •.' ^fVrr* £.11* .:w r...- v*$» k« Be a Life Saver 1 M. WATSON Physician and Surgeon Office over First National Bank Phones: Residence 158, Office 181 HOPE N. DAK. Locals As We Heard Them seeeeeeeeeeeseeeeei Attend the Bijou Saturday. THE HOPE PIONEER For Spirella covscts see Mrs. J. Dorrancc. adv. 4ti You can at least be in the sec ond line of defense—be a war saver. Mrs. Maggie Watkins, of Far go, spent several days in Hope le past week. II. E. Trammel 1 returned Mon ay from a short fishing trip spent in Minnesota. FOR SALE—One binder, also small chickens and hens. JOE MUTTER. Mrs. Allan Truax, of Crosby, arrived Saturday morning for a 'c\v days visit at the J. K. Joslyn home. Mrs. Link Curry and children, oL' Colgate, have been visiting friends and relatives in our city this week. Atty. John Moses, of Ilazen, ar ived in Hope Saturday for a Monday evening to attend Mas onic, Grand Lodgs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson and daughter, of Hatton, motored over to Hope Sunday and visited at the Joslyn home. J. T. Burns is now in charge of the G. N. depot, having arrived ast week to succeed G. E. Miller, who has entered the military ser ice. Leave your subscription for The St. Paul Dispatch or any other aily paper at the Pioneer office, will save you the trouble of writing a letter. J. A. Klovstad weut to Fargo Monday evening to attend the sessions of the North Dakota Mas onic Grand Lodge on Tuesday and "Wedncsclfty. Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Lunding are the proud parents of a bounc ing daughter who arrived at (5:10 Monday evening. All concerned doing very nicely. Win. Eggert departed Tuesday morning for Kramer where he will attend the Trinity Lutheran Synod as a delegate from the Hope church. The Synod will be held from June U)th to 25tli. George Luce and Grant Miller went to Fargo Saturday after noon to enter the U. S. Military service. They will take a special :ourse' of training at the Agricul tural College before going to camp. Rev. C. T. Ensign recently suf fered a loss in the deaths of two friends and school mates. Rev. G. W. Roberts, formerly pastor at Cavalier who was killed in France while serving in the Cana dian hospital corps by the explo sion of an enemy shell at the hos pital. The oilier was Rev. C. E. Stinson, pastor of the M. E. church at Williston, who Avas killed when his automobile struck by a freight train. Avas Nj OAving *t 'S 4? Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Standley and a number of friends autoed to Minnesota last week and en joyed several days fishing at one of the numerous beautiful lakes in that state. Mr. and Mrs. Niel J. Thompson and children, of Edmonton, Can., arrived Monday evening and will visit friends and relatives in Hope. They Avcnt. from here to Towa to visit Avith Mr. Thonip- n's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Philip start ed out Saturday afternoon to motor to Minneapolis. Owing to ii heavy rain storm south of this section they were forced to aban don the automobile and made the trip on Uncle Sam's railroad train. Jesse Carpenter, who went, out to Wolf Point, Mont., the first of the month to visit at 1he home of his brother, John, reports that the weather has been exceedingly hot most of the time, the ther mometer ranging from 10(i to 112 degrees in the shade. The crop around Havre is practically des troyed to the heat. Mesdames Bergman .and Kotts were hostesses last Thursday evening at the Congregational parsonage complimentary to Miss Ethel Joslyn, AVIIO is to be a bride of this month. The affair was a miscellaneous shower and the evening Avas spent in Avith various musical amusements. Mrs. C. O. Smith, of Pillsbury, who lias as sisted the Congregat ional choir on a number of special occasions, Avas present and favored the guests a number of vocal selections. The enjoyable even ing ended Avith the serving of dainty refreshments. Miss Joslyn Avas the recipient of many useful and beautiful remembrances of the evening. Buy W. S. S. I have a few Cook Books which will be given TREE with each can of Ryzon Baking Powder. Call and get one. The Hope Bakery. Buy W. S. S. FOR SALE:—One McCormick moAver, one McCormick rake, one six-shovel cultivator and one sur ry. STAMP STAMP SKW THE BOYS ARE MARCHMC BUY BUY BUY J# For Sale by E. M. FULLER. Buy W. S. S. FOR SALE:—Four, 8 ft. cut McCormick binders and one 8 ft. cut, Dccring binder. In good condition. Prices reasonable. HOPE IMPLEMENT CO. BUY AV. S. S.— ESTRAY TAKEN UP Came to my place, one mile Avest of Hope, one red Bull Calf about ten months old. Owner can have samq by proving property and paying charges. S. A. Olson, 103t,i Hope, N. Dak. i—Buy W. S. S. NOTICE Well, pump, cistern and wind mill work done promptly. Prices right. See us about doing your work. George Quenett and Oscar Moe. 1 F. Beckerjeck 1. W. STANDLEY, AUCTIONEER stf':V'f' '"tii'.''-.-C.fe Our Birthright On July 4th, 1776, a very human document, the Declaration of Independence, was signed and sealed. It declared for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. For 142 years it has endured as a priceless heritage from our forefathers. Today the benefits which it bestows upon us and our children are in jeopardy. Today we are united as one man to defend our birthright if need be with the last drop of American blood and the last American dollar. The First National Bank Hope North Dakota Summer's Sunny Days will be followed by Winter's Chilling Blasts Your government asks you to prepare by putting in your winter's supply of coal NOW. Give us your order and we can fill your coal bin as shipments arrive. DON'T DELAY, DO IT NOW ED. W. HANSON Phone 119 Hope, N. D. EVERYONE MUST HELP. Wars cannot be fought without money, and upon the Treasury center* every financial demand upon the Nation. The rich of this country cannot alone meet the needs of the Nation the men of the country cannot do It alone the women of the country cannot do it alone hut all of us, the people of the United 8tatee, 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 THE HOPE BAKERY FERD. CRAMS, Prop. Live Stock and Farm Sales A DRAY LINE C. S. EGAN, Prop. General Draying Household Goods Moved Without Injury or Risk Telephone us, No. 141, tor prompt attention Specialty Write or phone at my ezpense lor dates HOPE NORTH DAKOTA :f ttlfrf'ifflff W. 6. McADOO, Secretary of the Treasury. Shotwell Floral Co. £AgSg: Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &.c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Nlfht or Day. 41-tf. Send for Catalogue.