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HOPS. NORTH DAKOTA
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NORTH DAKOTA PUBLISHING CO.
L. J. BOWEN, Editor and Manager
Thursday February 24,1921
One Year 92.00
Six Months 1.00
Entered at the post office at Hope,
North Dakota, as second class matter.
The Get-Together meeting staged
by the American Legion last Thurs
day evening should be a valuable les
son to those who are interested in
gatheraaxffapt5-' etaoin shrdlu cmyy
community development. It is at a
gathering of this kind that people
really get to know one another. It
gives them an opportunity to discuss
their problems and they are mutual
ly benefited. It adds interest to their
life and makes for loyalty to the
community. Of the four hundred
present we have yet to hear of one
who was not pleased with at least
some part of the evening's entertain
Gatherings of the people from the
farm homes and the city homes
should be a regular part of every
community. They need not be en
tirely social but they should pro
mote a genuine get-together spirit.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend our sincere
thanks to our many friends for their
kindness and thoughtfullness follow
ing the death of our mother. Words
cannot expres our deep appreciation.
Mrs. Sibyl Heinen
J. Carver Wamberg
I. W. STANDLEY, AUCTIONEER
Llv* Stock and Farm Sales
Write or phone at my expense for dates
HOPE NORTH DAKOTA
DR. W. R. TURNER
Office over First National Bank
9:00 to 12:00—1:00 to 6:00
Phone 188 Hope, N. D.
DAVID A. WENNERSTROM
A Specialty of Live Stock and
Arrange dates at Hope Ntl. Bank
Hope N. Dak.
DR. E. M. WATSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offlo* over Firat National Bank
PHONES: Rosldence 158, ONlce 181
HOPE N. DAK.
Now is the time to
anticipate your needs
in WALL PAPER.
We will soon have our 1921 sam
ples on hand also we intend to
carry some of the more staple
patterns on hand to take care of
rush orders, etc.
We will enjoy having you look
over our samples as soon as they
are on display. We will appre
ciate any basiness you may be
able to give us.
J. C. WAMBERG, Prop.
Hope, North Dakota
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Mrs. J. J. Wamberg Laid
To Rest Last Thursday
Mrs. J. J. Wamberg was born at
Decorah, la., on July 3rd, 1861 and
died at Minneapolis, Minn., on Feb.
15th, 1921, aged 59 years, 7 months
and 12 days.
The funeral services were held at
the home of her son, J. Carver, on
Thursday afternoon. The Rev. W. H.
Evans, pastor of the Congregational
Church, conducted the service. In
terment was made in the Hope Cem
etery in the family lot.
On June 17th, 1884 she was mar
ried to Mr. Wamberg and came to
Hope to make their home. Four
children were born to this union, two
of whom survive their parents. Mr.
Wamberg passed away about five
During her life in Hope, Mrs. Wam
berg took a prominent part in the
social life of the community and was
an active worker in the Congrega
tional Church, the Aid Society and
was a soloist in the choir.
Since Mr. Wamberg's death she
has resided most of the time in Min
neapolis. Of late years her health
has been poor and she had been con
fined to her bed for some time pre
vious to her death.
She is survived by her son and
daughter, J. Carver and Mrs. Sibyl
Heinen, also a brother and two sis
ters, W. M. Nesheim, Mrs. A. T.
Ward and Miss Josephine Nesheim
The sympathy of the community is
extended to the bereaved family.
About thirty-five young people of
the community gathered at the Kra
able home Saturday evening for a
surprise party on Rolfe Kraabel, the
occasion being his birthday anniver
sary. The evening was spent at pro
gressive whist after which a very
pleasing two course lunch was served
FITZER & SCHEMMEL
Farm and Live Stock Sales
I A Specialty
Write or phone at our eccpense
for dates. Phone No. 29F13
HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA I
Let lis transmit it.
growers and shippers of Flowers
8nd Plants, Funeral Designs on
short notice. Write, Wire, Phone.
Kraabel & Kraabel, Local Agents
A Rat That Didn't Smell After
Being Dead for Three Months
"I swear it was dead three months." writes Mr. J.
Sykes N. I saw this rat every day: put
Rat-Snap behind a barrel. Monthsafterwards. my
wife looked behind the barrel. There it was—dead.'!
Rat-Soap sells in three sizes for 35c. j5c, $1.25.
Sold and guaranteed by
Wamberg's Pharm. & J. H. McCollom
Try The Hope Pioneer Print Shop
when in need of Auction Sale Bills
or any other sort of printing.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PARTY
The basement of the Methodist
Church was the scene of a lively time
on Tuesday evening of this week,
when the Sunday School scholars, big
and little, assembled to enjoy Wash
A short program was given: piano
solos by Frances Warner recitation
by Dorothy Ernst vocal duet by
Lucile ana Ruby Carney, and a read
ing by Zoe Bowen. Games for the
boys and girls were indulged in, after
which the ladies served a splendid
lunch. Everybody appeared to have
a good time and quite likely such a
party will be held once a month.
LUTHERAN CHURCH NOTES
English services at 10:30 A. M.
next Sunday. Sermon topic: "Chris
tians as Followers of Christ."
The Ladies Aid of the Congrega
tional Church will hold their busi
ness meeting on, Wednesday next
in the basement of the church. This
will be followed by a public supper
served by Mrs. Slingsby and Mrs. E
Carpenter. All are welcome.
When making arrangements for
your auction sale be sure and see
A. L. Baker at the Nestor Restaurant
about serving the lunch.
French Claim to Mont Blanc.
Mont Blnnc. the "monarch of moun
tains," as Byron onlled it- Is mainly in
France, and the ascent is commonly
made from Chamonix. Chamonix anfl
Mont Blanc are in the French de
partment of Haute-Savoie. And the
fact that most persons believe them
to be in Switzerland annoys the
French very much indeed, e.speclally
the residents of tliat region. So there
is a campaign on foot now to rebap
tize the "department de la Houte
Savoie" and call it "department du
THE HOPE PIONEER
HOPE IMPLT. Co
Former Hope Residents
Asphyxiated in Oregon
The following dispatch appeared
in a recent issue of a Portland, Ore.,
paper and will be of interest to many
of our readers as the parties men
tioned were among the pioneers of
this community. Mr. Smith proved
up on the quarter of land south-west
of the city which is now known as
the Deem Farm, he was the first fuel
dealer in Hope. Later he built the
residence now occupied by the L. H.
Smith family and als superintended
the building of the old school bouse,
now the M. W. A. Hall.
Eugene, Or., Feb. 12—Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey L. Smith, elderly par
ents ol' Fred E. Smith, prominent
Eugene attorney, were found dead
in bed this afternoon. Death was
due to asphyxiation and probably oc
curred on Thursday night.
Neighbors became suspicious this
afternoon and broke in the door of
the Smith residence. They found one
gas jet open. The dead bodies were
found in their night clothes.
Mr. Smith was 77 years old and
Mrs. Smith was 78. Mr. Smith was
a veteran of the Civil war, having
served as a lieutenant in the Seventh
Vermont Infantry. For twelve yrs
he was the judge of Stevens county,
Minnesota. He has lived here since
1911 and was widely known.
The Third Heaven.
According to an ancient Jewish opin
ion there were three heavens: (1) that
wherein the birds fly, (2) that where
in the stars move, (3) that where the
Highest and His angels live. In Cor
inthians St. Paul's reference is to the
heaven of heavens, the place of God's
ruling over angels and all powers, aa
distinct from Paradise where the souls
of the faithful dead abide, to which
blest place he was raptured, also, as
he says in the same passage.
They're starting right
with a De Laval
come ine year around. I here no waiting
(or crops to mature before money ii received
no long winter months with nothing to «e0,
when you have a few cows and a De LaVaL
When you start right with De Laval
you have an assurance of a steady income
for every year a long as you want to use it.
And separator trouble it rare indeed
among De Laval user*. More than forty
yean of experience in balding cream sepa
rators are back of the De LavaL
It tldmt closer, turn easier, ha* a greats
hourly capacity and easier to keep clean.
In short, it is the most economical and mott
satisfactory separata* that it has era
possible to buy.
W.U start r«v«i«fct wftk D. Unl IWS
•ill par fw HaaU mq jm* |M mm
later you will buy a
—Very Little Ashes
—Just the size for cook
Buy a load—it will please you
We also have Bundled Edgings, fine for
kindling or quick fires.
Coming—One car of anthracite coal
W. G. Newell, Mgr. Hope, North Dakota
The Speaking Voice.
It is a great mistake to try and' talk
above noise. It is so much easier and
more effective to speak below It a
full, clear tone will carry when a
shrill one Is not only annoying but
is a sure foundation
Stoves of Quality
Some Very Old Treee
Yew trees grow to a great age.
Those at Torentain's abbey, Yorkshire,
England, were old in 1132. California
has trees thousands of years old in
the Mariposa grove, and baobab- trees
in Africa are over four centuries old.
BRICKS OR STONES PLACED ONE AT A TIME
UPON EACH OTHER MAKE A FOUNDATION FOR
DEPOSITS STEADILY PLACED ONE UPON AN
OTHER MAKE A FOUNDATION FOR A FORTUNE.
PUT YOUR MONEY IN OUR BANK.
THE HOPE NATIONAL BANK
Phone No. 35 Hope, N. Dak.
Winter and Zero Weather
Emphasize (lie Need of
TA7E have in stock a very large and
complete assortment of stoves,
both heating and cooking, large or
small, for wood or coal, or both. We
carry the following lines:
Santico Range, Etc.
We will take pleasure in showing these
stoves to interested parties.
J. H. McCOLLOM
Hardware Merchant Hope, North Dakota
—There is none better..
—It will please the keenest coffee critic.
—Fresh roasted when shipped from
—You always get fresh coffee at right
—We buy eggs for cash or in trade.
South End Farmers' Shipping Association
C. F. CARLSON, Manager
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