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FOR SALES—Hay, Peed Oats, Seed
Oats. Inquire of I. W. Standley.
R. A. Lathrop returned this morr.
ing from a business trip to Fargo.
SEED OATS—Have a quantity of
early oats for sale. J. F. Beckerjeck.
Myrtle Gisvold in a barrel? See—
Lost—A Chaperone.—Advertisemnt
FOR SALE, Singer Sewing Ma
chine in good condition. Inquire of
A. B. McLaughlin.
For Spirella Corsets see Mrs. Dor
ranee. Residence in southeast part
of town, or phone 159 1-20
CREAM STATION—Bring your
cream to our cream station. Satis
faction given on price and test. Du
luth Produce and Dairy Co., G. L.
Clajk Agt.

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To Keep Well—
Keep Your Feet Dry
Spring thaws and mud mean colds and a
host of other ills, unless you wear good
shoes and rubbers.
Men's heavy Rubbers
Per pair
Men's Dress Rubbers CA
Per pair... *l.«to
Misses' and Children's yg 95c
Rubbers, per pair.
KRAABEL
Phone 62
Ever hear Sylvester Brewster's
line? Hear Lost—A Chaperone.—Ad.
Try Belknaps bread at the Lincoln
Inn.—Advertisement.
'HARNESS REPAIRING:—Having
opened a repair shop in the Klovstad
building, am prepared to repair and
oil your harness in good shape for
spring's work. Bring it in now, so
that it will be ready when work starts
M. L. Anderson. 4ti.
Paper Hanging, Painting, Etc.
Am again located in iny residence
in Hope and prepared to do all kinds
of papering, painting and decorating.
F. E. BREWSTER
"This Tanlac is really the first med
icine I have ever taken that does
what they say it will do," said J. F.
Holly, Lexington, Ky. Sold By Hope
Drug Store—Advertisement
$1.65
Per pair.. «Pi.OU
Ladies' Rubbers
Per pair
Boys' Rubbers OC y|A
$1.15
& KRAABET
Hrmo W Hot
Hope, N. Dak."'
E E I N N I N
O A A N N O E
Little Marcia's baby dress though made of
the finest linen was ultimately worn thread
bare. One day it landed in the rag bag and
was sold to the jttnk dealer. When the rag sorter
touched the discarded garment he detected in a flash
the fine quality of the flax and set it aside for a journey
to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing at Washing
ton. Eventually it became legal tender—a bank-note.
Just how is told in one of the beautiful booklets
about Out Government which we are sending each
month to those interested,
Just send us your name and address and you will
receive a copy of every issue of the series without
charge.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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The End of Our
SPRING INVITATION SALE
is Saturday, April 15th
This does not mean that we will have no bargains after this
date, as our counters and shelves are always loaded with articles
you need daily at money-saving prices. It does mean, however,
that Saturday will be the last day on which you can obtain many
of the specials offered with the Clover Leaf tags.
Try our Ice Cream and Fountain Service
THE ECONOMY STORE
F. W. Ruppelius, Prop. Hope, No. Dak.
Locals
As
Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Wiese were
Finley visitors Wednesday.
Mrs. Sophia Hanson was a passen
ger for Fargo Wednesday evening.
Vernon Plaine in a blanket?
Charming. See Lost—A Chaperone.
Miss Inez Soldol is home from
Devils Lake for the Easter vacation.
Tanlac relieves rheumatism by re
moving the cause. Sold By Hope Drug
Siore—Advertisement.
G. J. Mustad announces his candi
dacy for re-election to the office of
County Auditor his week.
Mrs. John McCullough, left, this
evening for Fargo to consult a spe
cialist regarding her health.
Don't forget the special song ser
vice in the Methodist Church Sun
day evening, April 23rd.
The auction sale at the Shippy
farm on Monday was well attended
and most of the stuff brought a good
price.
Mr. and Mrs. John Oxton, of Fin
ley, came to Hope Wednesday even
ing and were guests at the Elliott
home.
Judge A. S. Moote came down on
the evening train from Finley Wed
nesday and spent the night at the
Rugg home.
I. W. Standley is busy today super
intending the unloading of a car of
choice seed, wheat which he recent
ly bought in Canada.
Rubbish and ashes hauled for 40c
per load. Phone No. 120.
City Transfer and Express Co
1X1 Hi ilUf Hi |T1UJN£J£IIV
We Heard Them
C. S. EGAN, Prop.
The Methodist Aid Society will give
a public supper in the basement of
the church on Wednesday evening,
April 19th. Everyone invited.—Advt
George L. Tessey, a well-known
Buffalo mechanic, said he gained
twelve pounds his wife had gained
twenty-six pounds and his daughter
was gaining every day, by taking
Tanlac. Sold By Hope Drug Store. Ad
The Steele County Fair will be
held at Finley this year on July 3
4-5, and the Management requests
that exhibitors commence now to pre
pare their exhibits." Full details of
the Fair will be announced later a
long with the premium list.
SALESMEN WANTED—Live wire
salesmen with cars to sell our line of
lubricating oils to users. Wonderful
proposition and opportunity offered
county representatives. Address Geo.
H. Kallgren, Salesmanager, 303
Nicollet Ave. Minneapolis Minn. 2tp.
Owing to the bad roads last week
not as large a number of people were
able to take advantage of the Bar
gain Carnival given by the Hope mer
chants as would have been had con
ditions been different. However, a
large number withing a reasonable
distance of the city were on hand
and took advantage of the mone
saving offers.
LOST-* CHAPERONE
Hope Opera House
April 21, 1022. Prices: 35, 25
Read the advertisements in the
Hope Pioneer.
FEED GROUND at your farm. 4c
per bushel in quantities over 100 bu.
Call or leave orders with ?. N. North
rop, Phone 185F13. Geo. McConnell.
Anna. A. Gilbertson, of Finley, is
the most recent, candidate for the
office of Register of Deeds. Her an
nouncement will be found in this
issue.
The High School base ball team is
getting in trim for the opening of the
season. There are quite a number
candidates fer the various posi-
of
tions on the team.
The M. E. Aid will serve supper in
the basement of the church Wednes
day, April 19th. There will also be
sale of useful articles. Everybody
invited to attend.—Advertisment.
M. L. Loflland, of Edendale, C. K.
Smalley, of Hugo, Joe McCullough,
of Carpenter and E. J. Milligan, of
Hope City, went to Finley Wednes
day morning to attend the metting
of the assessors of Steele County.
At a recent meeting of Fidelity
Chapter, O. E. S., the regular meet
ing night was changed from Friday
to Wednesday, meetings being held
the first and third weeks of each
month. Their first meeting under
the new arrangement was held last
week.
In this week's issue of the Pio
neer we carry the formal announce
ment of Lloyd Orser, of Colgate, for
the office of County Auditor. He
was agreeably surprised by the en
thusiastic manner in which his an
nouncement was received by his many
friends.
There will be an I. O. O. F. Anni
versary Service at the Methodist
Episcopal church on Sunday morn
ing, April 23rd, conducted by Rev.
C. A. Armstrong. All members of
the Rebekah and Odd Fellow lodges
are requested to meet at the hall at
10:00 o'clock, A. M.
W. L. Stockwell, of Fargo, Secre
tary of the North Dakota Grand
Lodge, A. F. and A. M., accompanied
by his son, W. L., Jr., was in Hope
Wednesday and today. He gave an
address in the Masonic Hall Wednes
day evening which was attended by
representatives from the Masonic
Lodges in this district, and others.
The sale of the Steele County
Breeders Association Saturday drew
a fairly large attendance and prices,
according to Prof. Baker, of the A.
C., were about as 'high as the aver
age. The stock sold was all in good
shape and the average price was a.
bout $100 per head. The cows offered
brought prices somewhat above this.
A movement is on foot among the
baseball fans and players to organ,
ize a home talent base ball league
among the towns in this community.
An eight.team league consisting of
Galesburg, Clifford, Page, Luverne,
Finley, Sharon, Aneta and Hope could
be handled with not a great deal of
expense and the fans would get as
niuch or more enjoyment out of-see
ing their local boys play than of
watching a bunch of hired players
perform.
A. O. GIRL TO ATTEND
ATHLETIC MEETING
Miss Susie Martin, a student at the
North Dakota Agricultural college,
left Tuesday for Boulder, Colo.,
where she will attend the national
meeting of the Woman's Athletic As
sociation. Miss Martin will repre
sent the Woman's Athletic associa
tion of the college at this meeting.
Accompanying Miss Martin to Boul
der is Miss Nellie Lunding of Hope,
N. D., and Miss Beulah Kinzer of Mi^
not, who will represent the Woman's
Athletic association of the University
of North Dakota at the conference.
Fargo Forum.
CELEBRATED ANNIVERSARY
On Tuesday evening about 60
friends of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Stand,
ley surprised them at their home in
honor of their 25th wedding anniver.
sary. The evening was spent inform
ally and the entertainment included
a reading by Miss Marjorie Cassell
a poem to the bride and groom com
posed by Mrs. Joslyn and read by
Mrs. Curry a serenade by the "jazz
band" during which Mr. Standley dis
played his ability as a jig dancer.
Mrs. Shippy, in a gracious speech,
presented Mr. and Mrs. Standley with
a set of silver knives and forks as
a rememberance of the occasion, to
which both Mr. and Mrs. Standley
responded very happily. After this
a very delicious luncheon was «erved
and the guests departed wishing
Mr. and Mrs. Standley many more
happy anniversaries.
OBITUARY
Thomas Sussex was born as St. Gil
es, Devonshire, England, on the 4th
day of May, 1855. At the age of 19
he came to the United States and for
seven years lived at Jackson, Mich,
in 1881 lie. came to North Dakota
arriving at Tower City in the month
of April. He then selected a home
stead and tree clain near Hope which
has been his home since that time.
In IS89 he was married to Miss
Emma B. Wheat, and to them were
born four sons, three of whom,
Frank. George and Lloyd, survive
him. Healso leaves to mourn his
death, his wife, and brother, John.
Death claimed him on April 3rd,
1922, at te age of «6 years, 10 months
and 89 days.
During his life time he was an in_
dustrious worker, ever promoting
any movement for the betterment of
the community. He was a member
of Occidentel Lodge, No. 27, A. F. and
A. M., and of the Hope Congrega.
tional church.
Durng the past four years he has
been in poor health which compell
ed him to refrain from the more
active duties in connection with his
farm work.
In his death the community loses
an honored and valued member and
the family a kind and indulgent hus
band and father.
Mrs. Sussex and family have re
quested the Pioneer to extend their
sincere thanks to the many friends
who assisted and comforted them at
thi time of bereavement.
DR. M. L. SAMMS
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I. W. STANDLEY, AUCTIONEER
Live Stock and Farm Salea
A Specialty
Write or phone at my expense for dates
HOPE NORTH DAKOTA
THURSDAY, APRIL 13tta, 1922
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CLEAN-UP PAINT-UP
Charles Moores in love? Yes, mad
ly! See Lost—A Chaperone.—Advt.
DAVID A. WENNERSTROH
AUCTIONEER
A Specialty
of
TIME!
Spring is the time to clean-up and paint-up
and put your home in spick-and-span order.
We have many articles you will need in this
work. A complete stock of paints and brushes,
rakes, spades, shovels, forks, garden tools, lawn
mowers, etc.
Now is the time to start your clean-up,
paint-up campaign.
J. H. McCOLLOM
Phone No. 182" Hope, No. Dak.
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Planting yourmoney in our bank is sowing the
seeds of Content, Success and Independence.
Cultivate the banking habit it will help you grow
in your own esteem it will gain for you the Confi
dence of those for whom or with whom you work.
Confidence means Credit a'nd a good credit is a help
and often a necessity.
THE HOPE NATIONAL BANK
No. Dak.
Hope, No. Dak.
l_lve Stock and
Farm Saiet
Arrange dates at Hope Ntl. Bank
Hope, N. Dak.
JOHN FITZER
Auctioneer
Farm and Live Stock Sales
Write or phone at my expense
for dates. Phone No. 29-F13
Hope, North Dakota
All Ready for the
CLEAN-UP and
PAINT-UP
A A I N
ORRELL Wallpapers and
Paints of best quality at
reasonable prices together
with good workmanship
means satisfactory results.
Always ready to give
prompt attention.
F. E. BREWSTER
HOPE, NO. DAK-
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