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On the Road to Victory 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 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 and husbands and brothers on the sea and in France. JOIN THE CROWDS! Be a War Saver re KING & SMITH THE TIME IS AT HAND! winning WtaaiHttSttUM Mwnwm UNITED STATES •0OVBKNMBNT I THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY A. A. TURNBULL Burn Less Fuel Get More Heat tA Only one register to cut, and no pipes to heat your cellar and destroy its storage value. We want you to see this wonderful Caloric Furnace, and understand its principle of heating by circulation of air. This may seem new and revolutionary, but it isn't.. It's Nature's own method, and therefore the best. The The Original Patented Pipeless Furnace succeeds because instead of sending warmth slowly through long pipes it lets it rise naturally and unhindered in a great, house filling volume. Being direct, this method takes less fuel than any other and gives greater satisfaction. It's guaranteed, to heat your home satisfactorily or we take it out at our expense. We'd like to give you a thorough explanation of its many advantages. Come in ana see it. There is no obligation on your part, and we know you will be interested. Why not replace that Garpet with a nice new Rug and get a new piece or two of Fur niture, which will greatly improve the ap pearance ot that room? MIL SEE MTSTOCK 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 HEN in need of Printing see what we can do before you go elsewhere. a mil Be a Life Saver Just as easily in your old home as though you built a new one. You needn't knock holes in the walls to install this furnace. IIH AlA NOTICE Well, pump, cistern and wind mill work done promptly. Prices right. See us about doing your work. George Quenett and Osoar Moe -Buy W. S. S.- J«e©ee©a©e©©ess©e©eese©©©s Locals As We Heard Them ®a©e®©aa©8©®e©®e©©e©sa©© Attend the Bijou Saturday. Leave your order for Cut Flowers at Kraabel & Kraabel'a The Thorsland, Gundarson and Silbei'stein families enjoyed a picnic at the Sheyenne River Sunday. Miss Carrol Clark returned the nvst of the week to her duties in Wamhci'ff Pliarmnpv after Wamberg's Pharmacy short absence THE HOPE PIONEER a Dr. E. R. L. Berger has desert-1 ^ear- office. writing a letter. Washing Chrystals and Starch Dressing make laundry work easy. Call for samples. Shoe White for white shoes. For sale by Mrs. J. A. Bowen. which will be made next month. V. A. Tillotson, who is a mem- jer of the Signal Corps, where he is direct»g a large band and also an orchestra, arrived Friday from m. the Pacific Coast, on a two weeks I time you will spend. furlough to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Tillotson, of this city. It is reported that Vivian detected a deserter and succeeded in turning him over to the proper authorities while on his way to Hope. teachers Threshing is pretty well a Govern- The following men have been selected by the Local Exemption Away with DEADLY POISONS RkT CPRN KILLS RATS. MICE AND GOPHERS ~WSAUW WAMBERC'S PHARMACY SCHOOL TO OPEN SEPT. 16TH The schools of the Hope Spec ial School District will resume ac tivities for the ensuing year on .September the 16. A very effi- cient ed his dental practice for the model the sewage disposal sys time being and is enjoving a two Mrs. Gibbons, who lias been vis- J'hich iting at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. J. C. Wamberg, the past few weeks, departed Monday evening. daily paper at the Pioneer other It will save you the trouble of and History Miss Torgerson will Rev. F. H. Bergman has been appointed as a committee of one to solicit to assist in advertising was decided to otter French in the Fourth Libertv Loan drive staff of teachers has been se- 1 "-1 1"- cured, and Supt. Schwalje anti cipates a most successful school Plans are under way tem and insta11 a better weeks vacation. toilets and drinking fountains. This will greatly enhance the Ililmar Erstad and baby re- sanitary conditions of our schools, turned to their home in Fargo and parents will be grateful for Saturday after visiting for a time the improvement. New weather at the Fuller home in our city. stripping is also being installed t0 re" system of wil,1 in*T com'?rt *i,„ iJ, I boys and girls on the coldest days. With the exception of one teacher for the grades the corps of teachers is complete. Miss Mc Leave your subscription for The I Masters, as Principal of the High St. Paul Dispatch or any School will instruct classes in Botany, Pedagogy, Psychology [be in charge of the Department of Mathematics and Modern His |tory Miss Bacher will have charge of the Department of Eng lish, and Ancient History, while plied and they are very handy in the home. 40c per carton. The Red Cross rooms will be open to the general public on Tuesday evening of each week iTom 7:00 to 10:00 o'clock. This is an opportunity for all to do their bit who cannot attend in the afternoon. .., encouraging children to begin Supt. Schwalje will be in charge of the classes in Chemistry, Ad vanced Latin and French. At a recent meeting of the Board, it stoad Pa*ed Scott Tissue Towels, paper, are I prominence each year. To make on sale at the Pioneer Office, the High School staff complete an Every school, public building and expert in Music, Drawing and public washroom should be sup-1 Domestic Science and Art have The work of installing a lift school on the very first day. Do and an automatic weigher in the not neglect to have little ones Tope Farmers'Elevator has been who will attend school for the completed and Manager Trammell first time enrolled on the first day savs he is now readv to take care of school. ALL CHILDREN, of the grain as fast as they cau EXCEPT THOSE WHO WILL bring it in. BE IN THE SECOND, THIRD .... AXD FOURTH GRADES, WILL Elsewhere in this issue will be tack made by our boys. Harvey Cockle, who has been in training at the University, at of German, as it is antiei- that this language will come into greater and greater been added. It will be our aim to have the best high school and grammar department in the coun ty and those in authority feel that not only will this be our aim but in addition we want to have one of the best schools in the state. It is urged that parents will co-operate as far as possible in ATTEnd ound an interesting letter from !5. J. Kelly, who is in France with the American Ex. Forces. He evidently took part in the open ing drive of the big counter at-|js ]10pe(j that all of the people of Grand Forks, for the past two I schools. Too many parents neg months, was home for a short vis- lect, this opportunity of having a it with his parents Saturday and glimpse once in a while at the Sunday. Harvey has been spec- real life of the class rootn. Our ializing in concrete work. The Supt. trusts that you will avai boys who have completed their yourself of this fight and duty courses at the University expect ed to leave for new camps yester day. AT THE CENTRAL SCHOOL HOUSE. The second third and fourth grades will be housed in the M. W. A. Sclioo building, temporarily at least. It the community, whether they have children at school or not wil make it a point to visit our even more than heretofor. The office and class rooms will be open to receive you at all times during school hours, and it is felt that the more intimate and ac eura^e knowledge that you wil reeeive conCerning So rememt,er school wil more than you for the lit. boys and girls sehool starts on September 16 Come on the first day and on ev day We want to best sehool there is and we wil- have it) if we aU do our bit The will be with started we want all to do our this week, altho delayed to a cer- them feel at home—and we will tain extent by the damp weather be repaid by as a result of last week's rains, school year, and a school which We understand there is will Board for Steele County for °"d„'s "^advantaged limited service and will entrain having be 1 have the us soon ant bit to mak a a ment Inspector on the job and the whole community. several outfits that were not do ing satisfactory work have been ordered to return to their sheds. Some smut is reported in the grain this season, due to the fact that lots of the farmers neglected to treat their seed. banner source of inspiration to HIGH SCHOOL BIBLE STUDY SYLLABUS FOR NORTH DAKOTA "A boy or girl at College in the presence of the work set for either to master without a fair edge ot Ribl ienora.know! ™e. ac Bl 1. Christian Poss. Sharon Edward g»rls of .North Dakota of High G. Gunkle, Hope and S wen School age may be led to a sen Thorson, St. Paul. On Sept. 4th ous study of this great literature seven men for regular military To every High School student servioe will entrain for the same who duly passes an examination place. They are: Andrew Heskin based on this syllabus, credit Hatton Clarence Peterson, Port- will be given on his High School land Osoar Dyrland, Finley Course. Write for particulars to Knute Rolland, Goodrich John the North Dakota Sunday School Lampert, Duluth Swen Olson, Association, 13 A. O. U. W. Bldg. Finley and Albert Henrickson, Fargo, or see your High Schoo Finley. [Superintendent. ,1S eoLcr?lg on Sept. 3rd for Camp Grant, This syHabus has been prepar Illinois: Ben Skaaland, Hope a.n 1 nora ed with the hope that the boys and The Hun Said: The best sign tor a meat market COSAT MARKS? Numerous customers But DR. E. R. BER6ER DENTIST Office over First National.'Bank America would'nt fight—we were unpre pared—unable to land an army in Europe—equally unable to maintain it there—altogether unwilling to finance a great war. We Have Answered: "Force to the utmost!" More than a million and a half men across the seas and as many more on their way! More ships—more guns—more supplies! Billions for defense but not one cent for tribute! The First National Bank Hope North Dakota We endeavor to wait on you just as promptly as possible, The Best Meats, Honest Weights Lowest Prices Star Aleat Market T. THORSLAND, Proprietor. QUALITY and PRICE considered there are no brands better than are worth a short wait occasionally, It never will be longer than is abso lutely necessary at this "market WAMPUM BRAND Canned Goods Good Flour always on hand THE HOPE BAKERY FERD. GRAMS, Prop. Palm Hotel DRAY LINE s. C. Phone No. 181 Hope, N. D. I. W. STAHDLEY, AUCTIONEER EOAIN, Prop. General Draying Household Goods Moved Without Injury or Risk Telephone us, No. 141, tor prompt attention Mr. Acmez Old King Koales ACME HOT STUPH Sootless, Clinkerless—Burns Longer, More Heat Less Ashes, Less Smoke For Sale by Live Stock and Farm'Sales A Specialty Write or phone at my eipense for dates HOPE E. J. MILLIGAN, Hope, N. Dak. NORTH DAKOTA DR. E. M. WATSON Physician and Surgeon Office over First National Bank Phones: Residence 158, Office 181 HOPE N. DAK Shotwell Floral Co. naoa8: Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &.c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Night or Day. il-tf. Send tor Catalogue.