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til TRANSFER and EXPRESS CO. C. S. EGAN, Proprietor Garden Plowing, Hauling Rubbish, Ashes, Etc. Prompt attention given all calls RESIDENCE PHONE 120 BARN PHONE 07 E. I. MILLIGAN Phone No. 56 HOPE, N. D. nmalar ln*£ES2JMMEEEh* COAL ana Brine your laundry to the Model Barber Shop and let the Model Laundry of Far go do your work. Rrjng it °n Tuesday so you will get it back Saturday. This is to announce that I have taken the agency for the well-known— DODGE WOOD Laundry Tonics THE MODEL BARBER SHOP We use and recommend our Krank's Home Mange Remedy for the hair and scalp trouble. Our Quinine tonic will certainly do the work. TRUMAN BOWEN HOPE NO. DAK. j^2l2II2IZIZIZJZI2IZJ2RIS!IZnUZIZIZIZIZIEIZIZIZIEIZIZI2IZIZIZIZIZIZf2IZIi2IZJig DISCOUNT ON TIRES Kelly-Springfield Tires, 20 per cent discount Goodrich Tires, 15 per cent discount THOS. M. MAJOR, Hope, N. D. !!IZfZI2IZf2IZIZIZIEI2I2IZI2IZI21ZRI2IZHIZnEI2fi!l CARS and will be pleased to demonstrate its abilities to all interested parties. fiiraZI2l2l2f2f2lifZIIZIZK The Economy Variety & Confectionery Store Ice Cream Tobacco Fruits in Season ft Complete Line of Variety Goods Confectionery Stationery F. W. RUPPELIUS, Proprietor Hope N. Dak. '///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////"s//////////////////////////////////,/////////-///////////////////////////////////////////////. eeceeeopcaaaaoecesaQ Locals THE HOPE PIONEER As We Heard Them Water Glass—Wamberg's. Nice Housekeeping rooms for rent. Phone 100. Get your season tickets for Chau tauqua and help boost. Rev. P. H. Bergman made a busi-| ness trip to Wahpeton the first of the week. M. B. Cassell is attending the Sun day School Convention held at Val ley City this week. LOST—Gold chain bracelet in Hope on Flag Day. Finder please re turn to Pioneer office. Geo. F. Ruppelius and family, of I Page, are visiting at the F. W. Rup-| pelius home this week. Mrs. Lyle Fox, of Bismarck is vis iting at the home of her parents? Mf. and Mrs. J. C. Dorrance. Rev. S. Hitchcock, D. D., Will de liver the Sunday morning sermon at the Congregational church. The games to be played this week are: Hope at Arthur, Friday and] Tower City at Hope, Sunday. Miss Bernice Hardin arrived Moni day morning from Omaha, Neb., and is visiting with her father, G. W. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brendemuehl and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Breitspreclier. Miss Ruth Lathrop has returned home for her summer, vacation from her studies at Hamline University. T. F. Pope and family werer over from Thompson the first of the week visiting with friends and relatives. Mrs. Lucy "Grandma" King re turned this morning from California where she has been spending the winter. Mrs. John Keene, of Yakima, Wash., is making an extended visit with relatives and friends in this vicinity. Good Minnesota Grain Binder for sale. Nearly new. Inquire of L. E. Sell, Blabon, N. Dak. G. B. Graves, Owner. 1-tp. Mrs. Fred Bissell and children left Saturday evening for their new home in Wyoming where they will join Mr. Bissell. Mrs. Alice Keene and daughter, of Yakima, Wash., are spending a few weeks in this city visiting with rela tives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Fredrickson of Valley City, spent a fetf days visit ing with relatives and friends in town the past week. E. J. Milligan went to Fargo Mon day evening and returned yesterday morning accompanied by Mrs. Milli gan and baby daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lossing of Fin ley, spent a couple of days in Hope the past week attending the celebra tions in and around the city. Chautauqua tickets are now on sale at-the stores and banks. Don't wait, get your ticket before Chau tauqua opens and save 50 cents. As we closed our forms the news arrived that Tom Hanson, whom we mentioned as suffering from lock jaw, had passed away at 3:00 o' clock this afternoon. ////////////////'///////////////////////////Z/i The 28 th Annual Session of the I North Dakota Chautauqua will be held at Devils Lake, N. Dak., begin ning June 27, and ending July 11. Miss Marjory Cassell has been at I tending the Commencement Exer cises at the University of North Da kota. She returned this morning. Robt. Miller, who has been playing short stop or the Hope team, has ac cepted an offer to play with the Fin ley aggregation for the rest of the season. Mrs. I. W. Standley, accompanied by Mrs. Alice Keene and daughter and Mrs. J. A. Bowen, autoed to Mayville and visited with friends Sunday. The Million Dollar 30 Piece Band at Finley, June 25th. Band concert at the Fair Grounds at 7 p.m. Dancc after the concert. Music by the Mil lion Dollar Orchestra. Dr. Ray H. Nelson spent a few hours visiting with old friends in town today, while enroute to his home at Missoula, Mont., after an extended auto trip east. Rev. and Mrs. S. Hitchcock arriv ed this morning for a visie with friends in this city. Rev. Hitchcock has recntly been conferred the hon orary degree of Doctor of Divinity. Earl Finlety arrived Tuesday from Charleston, S. C. and is visiting with his sister, Mrs. Clara Finley. Mr. Finley was just recently discharged from the U. S. Navy, where he serv ed the past three years. Mesdames. E. S. Carpenter, Gor don Jefferson and L. J. Bowen are in Fargo attending the sessions of the Grand Chapter O. E. S. for North Da |kota. They are representing the Fidelity Chapter of this city. There will be a meeting at the [City Hall Friday evening at 8:30 [o'clock of the friends and guaran tors of the Chautauqua for the pur pose of organizing committees for the ticket sale. You are urged *o [be present. Among he University of North Da kota students who have arrived home for their summer vacation are, Misses Nellie Lunding, Gertrude Roney, Dorothy Hanson and Olga Langager and Messrs. Lloyd Sussex, Jesse Carpenter and Everett King. Mesdames J. K. Joslyn and E. D. Washburn and Messrs. M. B. Cassell and F. H. Bergman were present at the Fargo College Commencement Exercises. Miss Doris Tillotson, daughter of Mr. and F. A. Tillotson, was a member of the graduating class. Big Community Picnic, Monday, [June 21, at Anton Brend grove, Primrose Township. Hon. R. A. [Nestos and others will discuss the political issues of the day. Bring your picnic dinner. Music by Clif ford Band, base ball and other sports. See big bills. Everybody come. The teachers of our public schools have all returned to their respective I homes. Among those who are tak ing extended trips this summer is Miss Mary Anderson, of Rediield, S. D., who will visit at points in and around Boston. Miss Neva Bake well, of Lansing, la., left for Churches Ferry, N. D„ for a visit with relatives before returning home Truman Bowen, local Dodge agent, accompanied by Myron Fuller, My ron Joslyn and Sheldon Wheeler, re turned from Duluth early Monday morning with four new Dodge cars, [having driven them through. On the return trip they were joined by E. C. Joslyn, who visited a couple of days here with friends and relatives before returning to his position at Lawler, Minn. Sevral young people who have I formerly lived in Hope have been sending announcements of their graduating exercised form the sev eral schools throughout the country. Among the graduates this year are Miss Grace Lunding and Rolfe Kraa bel from the University of North Da kota Miss Doris Tillotson from Far go College Miss Lucille Smith form the Polyteshnic High School of Los Angeles, California. Dno't lose out on Syeverson's June Clearance Sales at Cooperstown. Ex tra values—big reductions on ladles* coats and suits, Bilk dresses, highest quality ladies shoes, all millinery, all men's silk shirts, specials on some ladies' silk and lisle hose.. Special prices some lines of furnitures kitchen cabinets, library tables, din ing tables.. Come to Syevrson's De partment Store. Cooperstown for large selections and low prices. KtHmvsXH- r$.w 1. F. CHOICE MEATS Hope THURSDAY. JUNE 17th, 1020. WHAT YOU POSSESS TODAY IS EVIDENCE OF WHAT YOU DID WITHOUT YESTERDAY And in the years to come—in accordance with what you are saving now—you will be finan cially independent or financially "broke". WHICH WILL IT BE WITH YOU? Are you not better able to breast the storms of life now than you will be twenty-five or fifty years hence? Do without the luxury now that you may have them later in life. The First National Bank, Hope, North Dakota. p2iii2RRnnuai2izra2i2ra2i2ranfEiwi! SOMETHING 5 Our Complete Line of— 3mZfZfZfZIZrciai!JZi2i2fZfZJEf2f2fEf2IEIBJEfZ!21ZfZfEfHIi!fZfZfZf2JZfZJlfZf2C GROCERIES DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES AND EVERYTHING YOU FOR Is Here and Awaiting Your Approval and Purchase. BECKER!ECK HOPE N. DAK. Special orders given careful attention The star Meat Market Congoleum Rugs Cheaper than Rugs—More Sanitpry We have just received a shipment of the late styles and patterns in this up-to date floor covering. Come in and inspect our stock. Washburn Furniture Store IRIZI2l2reiZIZHIZIEIZI2IIK Choice Cuts of prime BEEF PORK VEAL MUTTON N-n*.