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CI1Y TRANSFER and EXPRESS CO. C, S. EGAN, Proprietor Garden Plowing, Hauling Rubbishy Ashes, Etc. Prompt attention RESIDENCE! PHONE 120 E. I. aummm/tM Dealer invmnninnBia^ COAL and OLIVE SHAMPOO Leaves hair in good sbape Good for dandruf. Ask for one of these shampoos the next time you are in the chair. THE MODEL BARBER SHOP SUP. SCHWALJE RECEIVES CALL -Supt. W. J. Schwalje, of the Hope Special Schools, received word yes terday •. from, Wahpeton Science School stating that the position of assistant Professor of Education in that school was open for his pleasure. Mr. Schwalje' however, thinks too much of the future school year of Hope High School to give up his present position, and therefore did not accept the call. We would con gratulate "Prof" in his offer, but now that he still remains loyal to Hope High and her future, we con gratulate him upon his non-accept ance of the Wahpeton position. Dodge Cars HOPE GARAGE •11 calls BARN PHONE 57 MiLUCAN Phone No. 56 HOPE, N. D. WOOD We Use and Recommend WILD ROOT TONIC A fine dandraf remover. One of tht best tonics on the market. Specify Wild Root Tonic when asked "What Kind?" BOWEN BROS., Prop. HOPE NO. DAK. Headquarters For School Supplies— FOR SALE—Brand New Rtyth Self Feeder. See Hope Implement Co 21tf FOR SALE—Eight Horse Engine mounted on steel trucks. Just the thing for a farm feed grinding out fit.—Hope Implement Co. 21tf. An auto party, consisting of Mes dames I. W. Standley, Gordon Jef ferson, Emma Pepper, N. N. Lun'ding B. F. Holmes, J. A. Bowen and C. O Smith, drove down to the Roy Smith farm Tuesday afternoon and spent the afternoon and evening with Mrs. Lois Bate Smith. The trip was made in I. W. Standley's Cadillac and a most enjoyable time reported by the ladies. "E WILL carry our usual supplies of tablets, etc., yet our stock will be larger and more complete than ever. See us for your school needs— —The Economy Store— F. W. Ruppelius, Prop. Hope, North Dakota THE HOPE PIONEER Miss Nellie Lunding is assisting in Wamberg's Pharmacy. Just Arrived—A large supply of white dishes suitable for harvesting Fuller Land Company have receiv ed a large shipment of Fordson trac tors. Miss Gertrude Thompson, of Far go, is a guest at the Cole home in this city. A. T. Kraabel of Clifford, trans acted business in Hope the latter part of last week. Geo. W. Hardin has purchased the R. J. McLean residence across from the opera house. S. N. Roberts of Staples, Minn., is visiting with his brother, paul Rob erts of this city. Mrs. R. A. Lathrop and daughter, Ruth, are spending a vacation at the lakes in Minnesota. Miss Winnifred Husome, of Fargo, spent a few days visiting with friends in Hope the past week. Fall opening of millinery at Miss Dora Webb's on Friday and Satur day of this week.—Adv. Mrs. B. F. Holmes, of Fargo, ar rived Tuesday morning and is a guest at the N. N. Lunding home. Mrs. F. R. Philip has been en Joying a visit from her aunt, Mrs. A. L. Wall, of Fargo the past few days. Miss Hazel Brace, of Wheatland, is visiting relatives in. this vicinity having arrived on this morning's train. Miss Genevieve Boise arrived last week and has been visiting with friends and relatives in this com munity. Mrs. M. M. Luce returned the first of the week from a two-weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Jas. Warner, at Jamestown. Miss/Viola Olson, who has been spending a month visiting with rel atives at Minot, returned home Tues day evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Tillotson and daughter, Doris, came up from Fargo Saturday and visited with friends for a couple of days. Mr. Roy Spenser, of Seattle, Wash, arrived this past week and has been a guest at the home of his niece, Mrs. F. R. Philip. Miss Gladys Wood has resigned her position with the N. D. Ind. Tel Co., and accepted a clerkship in the Gram's Cash Store. E. E. Carney, of this city, and Irwin Granger, of Valley City, have been spending a few days at Win nipeg and Grand Forks. Frank Duggan, of Grand Forks came down Friday evening and visit at the M. B. Cassell home and also took part in the carnival. Lewis Smith, an old timer of this locality, spent a few days in town last week visiting and renewing acquaint ances with, old friends. Mrs. Emily Gage and son, G. of Fort Williams, Ont., are visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs F. R. Philip, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Moore, of Mi not, arrived this morning and are visiting at the home of Mrs. Moore'i parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Rup pelius. Mr. Mark Joslyn, who has been visitfng at the home of his niece, Mrs John Moses, at Hazen, N. D., return ed to Hope Monday evening by way of Buffalo. "The Yoke of Christ vs The Yoke of the World" will be the subject of Rev. Martins sermon next Sunday morning. Sunday School 12:10 M. No evening service. assisE For Shoewhite, silver polish, and washing crystals call at Mrs. 3. A. Bowen's. Misses Florence and Hazel Curry leave in the near future for British Columbia, Canada, wtfere they will join their mother and brothers who went up there this spring. Miss Lillian Ouim came down from Tolna Friday evening to visit at the Lunding home and also assist in the carnival entertainment. She return ed home Monday morning. C. R. O. Sorrells is enjoying a two week's vacation, from his duties as lo cal telephone lineman. Mrs. Sor rells and children are visiting at' the home of her parents at Grafton. Mrs. N. J. Thompson and children, who have been visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity the past month, departed on this morning's train for their home in Canada. The dance held at the opera house Friday evening was not very well attended. Those present, however, report a good time. The music was furnished by the High Life Orchestra The editor accompanied I. W. Standley to the C. L. Williams farm yesterday where they made arrange ments for the sale which Mr. Wil liams will hold on Thursday, Sept. 9. Among the old timers in Hope theBe days are Jas. Warner, Frank Carpenter, and Chas. Merriell, all of whom are here visiting friends and relatives and looking after business interests. Percy Olson arrived home from Big Bay, Mich., Monday for a two week's vacation to be spent with fri ends and relatives. Percy is con nected with a large lumber concern at that place. The Congregational Ladies Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Gordon Jefferson on Thursday afternoon, August 25th, Mrs. C. S. Egan assist ing in the entertaining. Everybody is invited to attend. Mr. A. R. Porter and wife and children of Cavalier, N. D., who were on. their way to South Dakota, called on Rev. and Mrs. Martin last Sunday evening. Mr. Porter is cashier of the First National Bank at Cavalier. On Wednesday of last week Mes dames S. D. Curry and G. W. Kotts entertained a number of ladies of Hope in honor of Mesdames Brant and Thompson. A very pleasant af ternoon is reported by the guests. At the M. E .Church for the last two Sundays, services have been held in the basement. The Auditorium, League room and' choir rooms are all being nicely redecorated and the woodwork will be finished this week. Miss Myrle Brace accompanied her cousin, Miss Dodd, to the latter's home at Montivedeo, Minn., and will spend a two-weeks' vacation there. Miss Dodd hag been spending the past two weeks visKing in this neighbor hood. Don't forget the auction sale to be held at the C. L. Williams farm oile mile west of Colgate on Thurs day, Sept. 9th. Mr. Williams has a fine string of work horses and milch cows to offer to the highest bidder. Mrs. Julia Cole and daughter, Miss Emma, returned the last of the week from a two weeks' trip to Port Ar thur, Ont., Canada, where they vis ited with friends. Miss Webster, sis ter of Mrs. Cole, spent her vacation at the lakes-at Perham, Minn. Numerous ad. changes appear in this week's issue of the Pioneer: This is carrying out the object of this paper—a good advertising patron age with good live ads. Readers will do well to look over the ads and In vestigate what the advertisers have to offer. O. E. Dowling returned the middle of last week from Yuma, Colo., where he was called recently by the serious illness of his mother. His sister, Mrs. H. E. Ness, and daughter, of Yuma, are visiting at his home north of Hope, having arrived the first of this w&k. Rev. H. L. Wiese, of the German Lutheran church, left Monday even ing for a three-weeks vacation which he will spend visiting at his old home at Reynolds, Ind. On account of his absence, there will be no church ser vices in this church during the next three Sundays. G. E. Miller, who has been our genial depot agent for tha past three years, left Tuesday evening to as sume his new duties with the com pany as traveling relief agent. Dur ing his stay here Grant has made many friends who regret his leaving but wish him the best of success in his new capacity. Miss Dora Webb, the local milli ner, will hold her fall opening of the latest model of hats, on Friday and Saturday of this week. Miss Webb has arranged to supply the la dies of Hope and' vicinity with the Attest Tiead dress and all should take advantage of this chance of selecting from a variety of hats priced right. —Adv. gZIZIil Our Complete Line of— CHOICE MEATS Hope insoiu'. r-tva,i??••,"**••-.•'• «?-.-. s"?-••*•?. The Child's Education 'pHE opening of a new school term naturally directs attention to education. take pride—and justly so— in our public school system but the lessons of life are not all learned in the school room. J-JOME influence plays a mighty part in shaping the child's char acter and destiny. 'pHE thrift habit, once firmly in stilled by the parent's example, stands throughout the years as a guide-post on the way to success. The First National Bank, Hope, North Dakota. 'iizizraizfzizizizizizraRizizizisizniaiziziziziziziziEnRizizizizi SOMETHING THURSDAY, AUGUST 19TH, 1920 GROCERIES DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES AND EVERYTHING YOU FOR ^RnjZI2IZI2l2IS2l2IEI2iZIZIEI2l2IEIZIZIZIZfZI2fZI2fiU2RI2l2IZKKRIlRlljj Is Here and Awaiting Your Approval and Purchase. I Special orders given careful attention The Star Meat Market For That Up-to-date Country School House Teacher's Dask Chairs Office Chairs Bookcases Hot Lunch Tables Mirrors Window Shades Is YOUR school house properly equipped W ashburn Furniture Store N. DAK. Choice Cuts of prime BEEF PORK VEAL MUTTON N. Dak.