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The Peoples' Store Luverne, What can you buy at BECKER'S? We will name a few items that you know are the best: Gordon Hats, Arrow Collars Hallmark Shirts, Go-Pfor O'Alls, Star Brand Shoes, Holeproof Hose, Warner's Guaranteed Corsets, Home Brand Groceries, And you Pay Less at Becker's. It is our purpose to keep you posted every week on prices on all staple goods that you use and if you will watch this space you will receive much valuable information. We will have fifteen extra copies of the Hope Pioneer this week, and if you are not a subscriber ask for a copy. Next Saturday„we will sell a 5 lb. Pail Peanut Butter for 75c. We extend you a cordial invitation to visit our Store and judge for yourself why we are successful QUALITY SERVICE & COURTESY are the factors upon which we build. Faithfully yours, seeeeees9sscs9ssssses8seo .1 a Locals C. A. BECKER tt As We Heard Them »eeeMeee868eeseeMeeS ROad the advertisements in the Hope Pioneer. For Spirella Corsets see Mrs. Dor rance. Residence in southeast part of town, or phone 159 1-20 Rubbish and ashes hauled for 40c per load. Phone No. 120. City Transfer and Express Co C. S. EGAN, Prop. llPPi tutor DEVELOPING A MARKET FOR OUR PRODUCTS Business expansion is by no means haphazard. It entails study and research. That our country may win in the race for world trade the Department of Commerce keeps its agents abroad to search business opportunities. The details of their work are brought out in the seventh of a series of folders on Our Government which we are dis tributing each month. The complete series gives a highly interesting and instructive account of Our Government and its advantages to you. Send your name and address and we shall mail you the stories issued previously and each pamphle*. pub lished in the future—one every month. FIRST NATIONAL BANK D. N. CREAM STATION—Bring your aream to our cream station. Satis faction given on price and test. Du luth Produce and Dairy Co., G. L. Clark Agt. FOR SALE Six head of horses. 1 gang plow, 1 set driving harness, lset work harness, 1 btiggie, 2 single driving harness, 2 purebred Chester White sows, bred 2 cows, one fresh. 2ti. G. D. FISHER If you are all run down, weak and nervous and feel out of sorts with everything and everybody, get back in line by taking Tanlac. Sold By the Hope Drug Store—Advertisement. We have the goods! «8o Our stock of Variety Goods has never been better nor offered greater savings for the care ful buyer. Come and see for yourself. We are also prepared to serve you with refreshing drinks and dainty ices at our soda fountain. We* invite your patronage. THE ECONOMY STORE F. W. Ruppelius, Prop. Hope, No. Dak. Ole Arnegard, of Hillsboro, was a business visitor in Hope today. The W. G. T. U. will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cole. Mrs. C. S. Shippy is visiting friends and relatives in Valley City this week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schuldt, a nine pound girl on Wed nesday, May 3rd. R. H. McLean made a trip to Fin ley Wednesday and had some dental work attended to. Dr. E. P. Harper went to Fargo Wednesday evening to consult spec ialists regarding his health. We know that if you will giv« Tropartic a trial you will be a friend and customer.—Fuller Land Co. Harry Rickard has been carrying his shoulder in a cast recently having suffered a broken collar bone. Mrs. B. C. Reynolds left Wednes day morning for Seattle, Wash., where she will join Mr. Reynolds. The Woman's Auxiliary of the American Legion will meet at the City Hall Saturday evening at S o'clock. W. M. Smith, of Broadlawn, is handicapped in his spring's work with a broken arm. He is able, however, to "drive his car. The Fuller Land Co. unloaded a carload of nice new Fords the first of the week and had them all sold before they were set up. We will let you judge. Try Malco tractor oil and if it is not the best oil you ever used, we will refund your money.—Fuller Land Co. Attend the opening ball game of the Tri-County league at Hope on Sunday afternoon, between Hope and Finley. Game called at 3 o'clock. Get rid of that indigestion, .stom ach trouble and nervousness, bf.la up your system and regain that lost weight. Take Tanlac. Sold By he Hope Drug Store—Advertisement. Rev. Cleland, M. B. Cassell, Mrs. Klovstad and Miss Marjorie Cassell autoed to Valley City today to attend the Congregational conference. An account of the meeting will be given next week. Tiy The Drug Store First During Baby-Welfare Week we will offer the following articles at reduced prices: Castoria, 40c value at. .. .35c Mennen's Talcum,. 30 cent value at 23c Johnson's Talcum, 30 cent value at 23i* Kora Konia Talcum, 25 ct. value at 20c Syrup of Figs, 60c value at.53c Wash Cloths, 15c value at. .10c Miller Hygiea Nipples, 20c,. value at 15c Glycelin Suppositories, 35c value at 25c Castor Oil, 25c value at. .17c Cascara, 50c value at 85c Boric Acid, 10c value at. .. 5c Peppermint, 25c value at.t.17c Hope Drug Co. h" 7-. ..'H,v. THE HOPE PIONEER As a graduate of Quinn's Couser vatory, Boston, Mass., I am prepared to teach piano, harmony or theory by the most approved modern methods. MRS. INDEGAARD A number of the business places are taking advantage of the Baby Week Campaign to put on special bargains and displays of articles for the baby. Look over the advertise ments. Thousands of people who had lost hope of ever being well again have been restored to health and h.ippi ness by Tanlac. Sol.1 By thn Hope Drug Si ore—Adverl's-nneiU. S. V. Anderson, of Plckert, was a Hope visitor the first of the week. S. V. is pushing his campaign for the nomination to the office of County auditor and securing signatures on his petition. Just arrived, a car load of Malco tractor and Tropartic auto oils. Part ners of the farmer.—Fuller Land Co. Naptha Laundry Crystals saves your labor and clothes, as when they are Cr used no rubbing is necessary, •earn Siver Polish imparts a bril liant polish and makes your silver look like new. Call and ask for sam ples. For sale by Mrs. J. A. Bowen. R. H. Murry, manager of the Equ ity Elevator and the Hope ball team was taken with an attack of append icitis Tuesday night and on Wednes day evening took the train to Fargo here he entered the hospital and was operated on immediately. Dr. Samrns accompanied hiin to the hos pital. A. Moore, and Miss Roush accom panied Rolfe Kraabel on an auto trip to Grand Forks Monday after noon and attended the evening pro gram of the May Music Festival. Edward Johnson, a member of the Chicago Grand Opera Company, sang a number of selections which were the feature of the program. John E. Torkelson and H. E. Bilden of Finley, are the latest to announce their political aspirations. The for mer is out for the nomination for the office of County Judge and the latter for the office of Clerk of Court Mr. Bilden is well known in this com munity, having resided here a number of years while officiating as instructor of the band. We are informed that some of the boys in our city are killing insect eating and song birds. The laws of our sate provide a severe penalty for this, for one thing, and for another, we cannot understand why any boy or girl, man or women, would want to destroy anything as beautiful or useful as a song bird. North Dakota does not have a sflrplus of birds, pro tect them instead of destroying them. E. E. Hanson who was motoring from Fergus Falls, Minn., to Coopers town in a big Cadillac, met with an accident when withing a half mile of Hope Sunday evening. He was taken with a fainting spell while traveling at a good rate of speed, ran into the ditch and smashed .1 front wheel. On recovering consci ousness he walked into Hope where he found friends who had preceed him in another car and were waiting for him. The damaged car was brought in to the garage for repairs and the party proceeded on its way to Cooperstown. We sold 100 barrels of Malco tractor oil last year without a come back.—Fuller Land Co.' Baby-week Discount On Monday and Tues day, May 8th and 9th, we will allow a discount on all goods purchased for cash, of II10% This applies not only to articles for babies but to everything in the store except flour and sugar. J.F.Beckerjeck WHO SAYS WE'RE Ol'T OF THE CREAM BUSINESS? Bring your cream to us and we will pay you competition prices. We want your business. F. W. RUPPELIUS DR. M. L. SAMMS Over First National ltank HOPE, No. DAK- I. W. STANDLEY, AUCTIONEER Llv« Stock and Fai'm Sales A Specialty Write or phone at my expense for dates HOPE NORTH DAKOTA Get your supply of ifHizizizi2iziHiZ£2ii uovu @3 ro.r-s&' Monday & Tuesday, May 8 & 9 ARE Children's Welfare Days Infants' Dress Goods Infants' Romper Cloth Infants' Shoes Infants' Bonnets Infants' Hats Infants' Stork Pants Infants' Hose Infants' Shirts Infants' Knitted Bands Etc. etc. RAABEL & KRAABI Phone 62 Hope, N. Dak. rrwwua CLEAN-UP FAINT-UP J. H. McCOLLOM THUKSDAV, MAY 4TH, 1922 SEED OATS FOR SALE—At my farm west of Hope. Call at farm or at home in Valley City. Phone No. 182 Hope, No. Dak. R. S. SAUNDERS DAVID A. WENNERSTROM AUCTIONEER A Specialty of Live Stock and Farm Sales Arrange dates at Hope Ntl. Bank Hope, N. Dak. JOHN FITZER Auctioneer Farm aiul Live Stock Sales Write or phono at my expense for dates. Phone No. 29-F13 Hopp, North Dakota At Spcdal Prices at I 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. arejaiaiarzjEraiHizfijiaiarai2iHrHjafarHrafEraraiantrHiZi^r?jTiJramaiiiny x*4a&eta,1ir UtfSSBVsIt! Sa/n- /i&dp J'\ aizn Erer2iZj2ira(Sr£iBI2!EJi S1E S3 GoiS" mm- mm r-:- 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 and a good credit is a heljr and often a necessity. THE HOPE NATIONAL BANK Hope, No. Dak.