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The TWO YEARS OF TESTING You have to ride in it to ap preciate it. HOPE Engine Repairing LIGNITE, and the famous BEAR CREEK, the King of Sootless Coals. We are receiving our back orders which were delayed by the Dock Laborers Strike, and urge the public to take advantage of this opportunity to secure their required tonnage while available. Our anthracite orders will be filled as rapid ly as receipts permit. Remember, we handle the best coal mined. Phone your wants to E. I. PHONG NO. 56 The new spring system is the greatest improvement in the riding quality of automobiles since the invention of pneumatic tires. At last, comfort and economy combined in one car HOPE IMPLEMENT CO. rZIZIZRIZIZIZRI REMEMBER- ON OCTOBER 30th A. D. Scott's Shorthorn Sale •Takes Place In- Fargo, N. D. O. H. CricHHeld, Fargo. N. D. Haul both ways! We offer for your selection the following soft coals: SPLINT, HOCKING, KENTUCKY BLOCK -REMEMBER In the* New Sale Pavilion And on OCTOBER 31at a BREEDERS' CONSIGNMENT SALE OF SHORTHORNS and a Sale of DUROC and POLAND CHINA BOARS will also be held in the new sale pavilion. Plan to attend rhese sales. For catalogs address MILUGAN |l2IZI2IZI2l2l2I2fZIZIZ!2f2I2!2f2IZI2l2IZfZfZf2IZraZI2IZI2l2fi!IZIZfi2fEIiS Horse Shoeing Wood Work Acetylene Welding M. C. MADSEN Blacksmith BCPE, NORTH DAKOTA We Guarantee Satisfaction as to Price and Qual ity when you buy our 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 HOPE, N. DAK. rC5-»v .v*...^ IglHiaaniaaigiaigiaaiMaiaBiigjiaimnmiaBaaia Light Overland 4 is Here 130-inch Spring Base Light in Weight Easy on Gasoline Unit Oiling System Special Cooling System RESIDENCE FOR SALE A good ten room house, large barn and auto shed, chicken house Good well. Nice lawn and shade trees, also a number of apple trees and shrubs. Good sized garden. Fine location. $1500 cash will swing the deal. alance on easy terms. Inquire o: li. Bowen. FOR SALE House and barn located on south side of town. Inquire of W. Bjorklund, Hope, N. D. FOR SALE One team of horses, 7 years old, also one horse Ave years old. In quire of Melvin Roseth, Hope, N. HOUSE FOR RENT Small tenament to rent in appart ment house. Inquire or Mrs. J. K. Joslyn. REGISTERED PIGS FOR SALE Four Registered Chester White Boar pigs of March litter for sale, Inquire of Owen Enright, Route 4, Hope, N. D. 29-4tp TAKEN UP Three black face ewes. Came to my place two miles south and-four miles west of Hope. Owner can have same by proving proprty and paying costs. case Give us a trial THE HOPE PIONEER IS DAK. E. A. PALFREY, 32-3t Hope, N. D. TAKEN UP Will the owner of the five spring Holstein calves which have been at my place 8 miles east and 1% miles south of Hope, N. D., for the past month, please come and get same and pay costs. FOR SALE—Crown Jewel Heater, Inquire of George Quinett. For Rent: Furnished rooms and rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 100. FOR SALE—Few pieces of furni ture. Inquire at B. A. Kersting residence. FOR SALE: Three choice lots and building 22 40. Can be re modeled to make a good house. $600 See F. C. Martin. LOST—Pocket book with U. Marine Corps emblem containing three (20 bills and two $1 bills. Finder return to E. A. Trump for reward. 2tp FOR SALE—Regitered Shorthorn bull. Pride of Elmwood, No. 482904 Color red, some white. Four years old, weight about 2000. T. Pope, Hope, N. D. 32tf FOR SALE—Fawcett residence, opposite Opera House. Price reason able. Terms to suit, if taken at once. Write Geo. E. Black, 1000 Belmont Ave., Grand Forks, N. D. If you are planning to hold an auc tion sale this fall be sure and have your sale bills printed at the Pio neer office. QeeeeaseoewMCBeeeaeeeee As we Heard Them H. J. Pepper spent Sunday with home folks. Mesdamea Shlppy and Egan were Finley visitors Saturday. For Spirella Corsets seee Mrs. J. C. Dorrance at rooms 0T«r Turnbulls' Store.—1*20 H. E. Trammell returned Monday evening from a short business trip to the Twin Cities. Ole Thorsland was among those who received their citizenship pa pers at District Court last Saturday, All the school teachers outside of Hope Special Dist. are at Finley this week attending the Teachers' Insti tute. Thinking of glasses? Then think of Dr. Littlg, O. D., the Eye Man of Fargo. He will save you money. At Hope Thursday, Nov. 6th. At the request of Judge Cole, Atty. C. S. Shippy gave a short ad dress to three new citizens in the court room at Finley Saturday. P. N. Ramstad left Monday with a tuck load ot household goods for Baker, Minn. He reports that the roads could not have been worse. It is anticipated that the usual number of ghosts and spooks will be on hand Friday evening to account for the depredations of Hallowe'en. Sunday morning Rev. F. H. Berg man will speak on the subject: Pur ity and Citizenship. At 7:30 p. m. his subject will be: The Misuses of the Bible. Master Leslie Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Johnson, celebrated his fifth anniversary. Tuesday after noon by entertaining a number of his young friends at a birthday party. Mr. Wood of the Bijou Theatre, announces that in the future the first show will start at 7:30 p. m., and the second show at 9:15. A big feature entitled "Moral Suicide" will be pre sented Saturday evening.—Adv. C. S. Egan announces a new name for his dray line this week. It will be known from now on as the Transfer and Express Com Prompt and efficient service yr\ continued under the new title. Glenview, 111. GLEN BRACE, 32tf Hope, N. FOUND Pair of spectacles Inquire at Pioneer office. Mr. Chas. Rickard. in At a meeting of the Earl officers were elected: Post mander—E. A. Palfrey Vici Commander—A. B. McLai Secretary-Treasurer—J. A. Chaplain—C.W.Moores Historian R. J. Thurlow. School just a reach the goal. few more and pastor has purchased will be used for the first time. Some 60 slides will be shown a special invitation is given to all boys and girls of the church. The Ladies Aid Society will have a "Work Meeting" at the home of Mrs. Knoblauch next Wednesday afternoon. SEED BUCKWHEAT If you have a plat of ground that iB foul, that you intend to summer fallow, plow It in the spring after you are through seeding, and seed half a bushel per acre to buckwheat Before harvest plow it is all In blossom, then plow it under and seed to rye. You can figure on clean ground and five to ten. bushels more per acre of rye. We have about two hundred and fifty buBhels buck wheat to sell at |2.00 per bushel, cleaned and ready for. delivery. WARD FARMS COMPANY. 32tf J. C. Dorrance, Mgr. FOR SALE]—Few thoroughbred Jersey Boars. Inquire of O. L. James, Hope, N. D. 32-3t FEED GRINDING—On and after November 1st I will be prepared to do all kinds of fetd ginding. Will grind on Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays until further notice. W. J. McLean, Hope, N. D. 32tf Symbols Strength The United States Government Its unquestioned stability and soundness recognized throughout the world. The Federal Reserve System Infinitely beneficial and vast in its scope and operation—frequently termed "a financial shock-absorber." The First National Bank As a member of this system, of fering its depositors extensive accom odations and privileges, in addition to absolute banking protection. Accounts invited. The First National Bank Hope North Dakota SOMETHING FOR YOU Our Complete Line of- I. HOPE GROCERIES DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES AND EVERYTHING roe Mil iftfi for a meat market NiawraM nitoneri DU THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1»1» Is'Here and Awaiting Your Approval and Purchase. F. BECKERJECK N. DAK. I iZRHRiuiAiEniiwEinian We endeavor to wait on you just as promptly as possible, The We endeavor to wait on you just as promptly as possible, The We endeavor to wait on you just as promptly as possible, The Best Meats, Honest Weights Lowest Prices Best Meats, Honest Weights Lowest Prices Best Meats, Honest Weights Lowest Prices are worth a short wait occasionally, are worth a short wait occasionally, are worth a short wait occasionally, It never will be longer than is abso- lutely necessary at this market Star /v\eat Market T. THORSLAND, Proprietor. r-w-iiMi iii-¥T 1 1 11!Il.iiiMu Use the Sunlight It's Free Sunlight is the world's champion disinfectant. It's on the job most of the time and it's just as necessary for the sleeping quarters of the hog as it is for bedrooms in the house. Therefore, in planning your hog house, be sure to pro vide plenty pf windows. See that every nook and corner gets its share of this reliable disinfectant. In this way you will also make sure of good ventilation. Build a substantial hog house, for the hog needs pro tection more than any other animal on the farm. MaVg sure of good drainage and cleanliness. We stand ready to give you any advice on the question of material. And our advice is just like the sunlight—* it's free CRANE JOHNSON COMPANY Phone 119 Hope, No. Dak.