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lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Best Groceries TIfHEN you sit down to a meal you like to know that your food came from a store where reputation counts —a store where best quality goods are really best quality. This store offers you that advantage. We buy our stock more carefully than our most particular customer. Staple and Fancy Goods at Low Prices It pays to buy quality goods, particularly when you can get them at prices as low as ours. A fair trial here means a steady customer every time. HONEST VALUES MAKE US GROW A. A. TIRNBULL THE TIME IS AT A N OVEERUN Overrun in butter making comes as a result of the water and salt in the butter. When the Hab coclc test is made the reading is for the pure fat. The law allows 10 per cent of water in the butter and the usual salt content is 2 Why not replace that Carpet 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? CALL HHP SEE MY STOCK We have a nice line on hand to select from, consisting ot 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 120 million, eat Conserve: FLOUR, SUGAR MEATS and FATS But above all things, Keep Cheerful J. F. BECKERJECK ALMO 3 per cent. Then there will be about 1 per cent of casein so that 81 pounds of butter fat will make 100 pounds of butter. This makes an overrun of 2:3l/j per cent. That is 100 pounds of butter fat wil make 123l/- pounds of butter.— Extension Div. N. D. Agr. College Locals O As We Heard Them The H. E. Bilden family are listed as new inlluenza patients this week. Jesse Carpenter, who is in the S. A. T. C. at Fargo College visited at home last week. Mrs. W. U. White departed Tuesday evening for Minneapolis where she will spend the winter. Messrs. Walter and Homer Thompson were business visitors from Kdendale township Tues day. S. A. Olson returned Tuesday morning from St. Paul, accom panied by his son, Percy. S. A. is suffering from an attack of in fluenza. Harry Carpenter, of Montrose Colo., visited at the home of his brother, Ed. S. last week. He left for home Sunday going by auto to Valley Citv. The Board of County Commis sioners are in session this week gelling things in shape for the ex tra work necessary witli tlie in stalling of the new officers the first, of the year. Scott Tissue Towels, papor, are on sale at the Pioneer Office. Every school, public building and public washroom should be sup plied and they are very handy in the home. 40c per carton. George Fesler went 1o Fargo Saturday evening and when the celebration started on receipt of the news of signing of the armis tice in France, called up Hope and passed the glad news along. Mrs. H. I. Standley spent the week end in our city and depart ed Monday evening for Fargo. From there she will accompany Mr. Standley to California, where they expect 1o spend the winter II. 11. Fulmer writes from Half way, Ore., that his family are all well and that business is good. His son, Francis, is in the railroad machine shops at Spokane ant Fred is employed in a cheese fac tory. F. W. Soule, 1he eyesight, spec ialist, will J)c in Hope again, at the Variety Store, Saturday, Nov 23rd, prepared to examine defec tive eyes and fit glasses when needed. Last visit this year Don't miss this chance.—Adv. 2 ti I. W. Standley will close the auction sale season for 1918 next week have had one of the busiest falls in his career as an auc tionccr. He is also booking dates for next spring and already has quite a number on his list. Each year Mr. Standley's popularity as a crier of farm sales increases. We are in receipt of a copy of the Payne Field Zooms, published at Payne Field, Miss., in the avia ion. camp. It is a live wire sheet well edited and full of news ant advertising. Lieut. J. Earl Flade and, formerly editor and publish er of the Luverne Ledger is man aging editor. As Ave looked it over our eye selected the follow inglittle verse: "The melancholy days are here, The saddest of the year A little too warm for whis key, A little too cool for beer. THE HOPE PIONEER seo besssesseasaesesssssssei For Spirella corsets see Mrs. J. C. Dorrance. Adv. 38 Mrs. A. J. King went to Fargo Monday evening. The War Department has ar ranged for a course at the Agri cultural College for men to as sist veterinarians in carying for animals in the war zone. A num ber of sick or injured animals, pre ferably horses, will be needed for proctive work. No charge will be made except for boai'ding these animals. The treatment will be free. Phone or write for reserva tion to School of Veterinar Medicine and Surgery, Agricul tural College, N. Dak.—Extension Div. N. D. Agr. College. STORAGE BATTERY IN WINTER The storage battery that is to be used in a car during winter should be kept well charged, which will keep it from freezing, the storage battery is not to be used, dry storing will keep from deteriorating. In dry storin the acid must all be removed by charging in distilled water three or four days. Then the elements must be removed, dried and kept separate.—Extension Div. N. Agr. College. The Red Cross rooms will be open for work every Wednesday evening beginning November 13. They will also be open on Thurs ay, Friday and Saturday after noons. MRS. W. U. WHITE, Chairman, NEWS OF THE SCHOOLS Schools were resumed on ay. Although a considerable number of families were kept out ne to the fact that the members ad not all fully recovered from the epidemic of the past few weeks the attendance of those ,"ho were eligible to come was ood. The epidemic seems to be abating, and it hoped that within short time that we shall be able have a full attendance again. Doctor Watson met. on Sunday ifternoon with the faculty mem bers and discussed with them the precautions that will be necessary in order to avoid a revival of the sickness. Mrs. McLaughlin has been engaged in the capacity of school nurse, and is present, at school each day to watch out for any children who may be showing symptoms of the disease. With these precautions being taken, invents may feel quite safe in sending their children to school. Miss Ina •lefl'erson, our instruc tor in Geography and History, af ter a long siege of nursing, has herself contracted the inlluenza. It, is reported that she is feeling somewhat stronger, and we hope to have her with us again in the near future. The good news that was re ceived on Monday morning that a truce had been entered upon was celebrated in high glee among the students and teachers. An impromptu gathering was called of all the high school sin dents and as many from the grades as could come into the as sembly room. Then cheers for our good old II. S. A. and for oui lilies were given with a will, and with the rendition of the Star Spangled Manner, and a united pledging of Allegiance to the Flag, the pupils when dismissed went to their classes feeling mighty good. Airs. Frank has come to fill the need of an extra teacher in the grades. Mrs. Frank brings HI Moiit S3 L-.L. The best sign for Avith her an enviable record of experi ence and achievement, and we arc i^lad to welcome her to our teach ing staff. Football practice which had made splendid progress in the first few weeks of school has needed to be abandoned for the rest of tlie season. Four weeks of the flu, and then snow have spoil ed the prospects for this year's football. Gaines had been sched uled with Valley City, Larimore and Casselton and it was a keen disappointment to miss these games. However plans are al ready under way for commence ment of the basket ball season Permission has been obtained from the authorities to use the hall, teams are being organizes and practice .will commence in earnest in the very near future Girls teams are also to be organ ized. Both boys and girls have •.onfidence in a successful season and we wish them the best of success. A new room has been equippec for the fourth grade in the town school house. The second ant. third grades were too congested, and the added facilities will make more efficient work .possible Warm lunches will be served to the children in the Central school house as soon as weather condi tions make it advisable. Sweeping Compound at the Pioneer office. See that your school is supplied. SHEEP ESTRAY: Two sheep est rayed from the John McCul lough farm. Both have black spot on shoulder. Finder leave avovc at office of S. E. Farmers' Ship Ass'n. Adv FOR SALE: Pure bred IIol stein Bull, registered. 16 mos. old Phone or call on undersigned. J" C. O. SMITH, Pillsbury, N. Dak SHEEP ESTRAY: Strayed from my place Nov. 5th, one buck lamb, branded on left rump with red paint. Finder notify GUY FLICKINGER, Colgate, N. Dak Washing Clirystals and Starch Dressing make laundry Avork easy. Call for samples. Shoe White for Avhite shoes. For sale by Mrs. J. A. Bowen. Telephone us, "I Buy Liberty Bonds until it a buy more to stop the pain The First National Bank Hope North Dakota BK9 a meat market 83 SOT I* mw--' $*! •ffltf.-S* Numerous customers But Star T. THORSLAND, Proprietor. We endeavor to wait on you just as promptly as possible, The Best Meats, Honest Weights Lowest Prices We Guarantee Satisfaction as to Price and Qual ity when you buy our DR. E. R. L. BER6ER DENTIST Office over First National:Bank Phone No. 181 Hope, N. D. I. W. STANDLEY, AUCTIONEER Live Stock and Farm Sales A Specialty Write or phone at my expense for dates HOPE NORTH DAKOTA are worth a short wait occasionally, It never will be longer than is abso lutely necessary at this market /v\eat Market O E I E S Call at our store and give us an opportunity to demonstrate. THE HOPE BAKERY Ferd. Grams, Prop. Hope. North Dakota Palm Hotel DRAY LINE C. S. EG/\IN, iVo. Prop. General Draying Household Goods Moved Without Injury or Risk 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 E. J. MILLIGAN, Hope, N. Dak. DR. E. M. WATSON Physician and Surgeon Office over First National Bank Phones: Residence 158, Office 181 HOPE N. DAK. Shotwell Floral Co. naoak! Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Night or Day. 41-tr. Send (or Catalogue. vtjr It 1!