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l®a©e©e©a©es®«sssscss®s®so Locals As We Heard Them Read the advertisements Hope Pioneer. The Peoples'Store Luverne, N. D. The response to our ad last week was so good that we feel sure you appreciated it. This week, beginning Saturday, we will sell 200 pairs of Ladies', Misses', and Childrens Shoes At One Dollar the Pair Values from $2.00 and up to $6.00 the pair, all well known makes such as Star Brand, Drue-Selby and A. S. Krider. Some people wonder why we can sell shoes like these at the low price of one dollar, the answer is our regular Spring Clean-up of all broken lots re gardless of what they cost. Sale will continue until lot is sold. Come early, make your own selection, and do your own fitting. No returns and no exchange. Faithfully yours, C. A. ^/////////////, ,8 in the 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. 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 ot 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 pampble'. pub lished in the future—one every month. FIRSTdNATIONAL BANK -N CREAM STATION—Bring your cream to our cream station. Satis—g00(l 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 buggie, 2 single driving harness, 2 purebred Chester White sows, bred 2 cows, one fresh. 2ti. G. D. FISHER The Methodist Aid Society is mak ing plans and preparations for their annual entertainment which will be presented at the opera house May 30th. We have the goods! Bijou Theatre May 20th. *8o Our stock of Variety Goods has never been better nor offered greater savings for the care ful buyer. Gome 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. Miss Minnie Goos and Wm. Bowen autoed to Fiugal Sunday. Watch lor announcement of fea ture film for opening night at the Bijou, May 20tli. We believe in Tanlac and so will you if you try it Sold. By the Hope Drug Store—Advertisement. We know that if you will give Tropariic a trial you will be a friend and customer.—Fuller Land Co. Mrs. Ida Washburn, who has been in the hospital at Fargo the past few weeks arrived home this week. PASTURE FOR per head per season. Colgate, N. Dak. at present writing. THE HOPE PIONEER Spring opening, STOCK—$5.00 John Holconib, 2ii. You get your money's worth when you buy Tajilac, because it producer results. Sold By the Hope Drug Store Don't fail to attend the 6pening night at the Bijou theatre on Satur day evening, May 20th. Ferd. Grams returned home Tues day from Fargo, where he had been consulting specialists regarding his health. Owing to the large acreage of pota- toes being planted in this communily seed is rather luml t0 obtain There will be services in the Meth odist Church Sunday at the usual hours. A cordial invitation is extend ed to all to attend. Mrs. H. Haynes arrived this morn ing from St. Paul and will visit for a time at the home of her parent* \lr. and Mrs. S. S. Cook. The big reputation of Tanlac has been made by doing what other med icines failed to do. Sold By the Hop, Drug Store—Advertisement. WeVill 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. E. A. Palfrey, who has been re ceiving medical attention in Minne apolis, returned home last week am! is reported be recovering nicely. Deputy Sheriff Oscar Johnson, wis is a candidate for the nomination Sheriff, is making plans to s'.wt on an active campaign in the near I'll ture. Harry Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs S. S. Cook, visited home folks for few days last week. He recently completed his course in pharmac, and is now a l'ull-fledged pharmacist There is not a single portion of 11 body that is not benefited by tli helpful action of Tanlac. Sold, By tli Hope Drug Store—Advertisement C. C. Larson, of Cedar Rapids, la arrived Tuesday and will spend, th •summer here looking after his farm ing interests and making improve ments and repairs on the building on his farm. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilms Dorothy on May 7th, a daughter Mother and baby both doing nicely Miss Emma Cole is spending a fe days at the home of her sister, Mrs Wilmer Dorothy. A heavy rain set in Wednesday af ternoon and continued throughout the night, filling all the sloughs anl pockets with water again. Thi rain will delay the late seeding an spring plowing considerable. FOR RENT Fine rooms, suitable WHO SA\ S VVK'IIK OCT for family. Inquire ot' L. J. Fullmer, CP TUT, CUKAM Bring yoiu- civain to We sold 100 barrels ot Mal~o tractor oil last year without a coine aclt.—Fuller Land Co. Ole Olson and Hart well Burner, of Blabon. have made arrangement toi| alee over the management o£ lhe|' Bijou theatre. Mr. Burner is hero: Aweek getting the theater in shape or the opening night, May 20th, The re-decorating of the Lincoln Inn following the lire there two weeks ago a of the insurance adjuster to arrive. I Mgr. Baker, informs us, however, that the work will be started next week. Just arrived, a car load of Malco tractor and Tropartic auto oils. Part ners of the farmer.—Fuller Land Co. Mrs. U. H. Murry and daughter went io Fargo Saturday evening an-! eturnej. Tuesday morning having spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. Murry who is getting along very nice ly after his operation for appendici tis. F. 11. 1'hilip arrived from Minnea polis Saturday morning and spent the day putting his auto in shape for the trip back to the city. He led that I'viiiing for Fargo and expected to reach Minneapolis Sunday even ing. Tin- came defeat by a a lead in the early pari of the game by hard hitting and Hope was unable LO overcome, this handicap. Naptiia Laundry Crystals saves your hihor and clothes, as when they are used no rubbing is necessary. Cream Siver Polish imports a bril liant polish arid makes your silver look like new. Call and ask for sum pies. For sale by Mrs.'J. A. Bowen. Tiie Portland ball team came to Hope Wednesday afternoon, to play ball bin a sudden change in I lie weather just as they arrived put -a stop IO v- Iieen delayed by the failure 1'inley high school ball team Hope Tuesday afternoon and the local high school team ore of 9 to 6. They secured any prospects for. a game. The original schedule called for the game at Portland but as the.diamond there v. as not: in fell ape arrange men', were made to play it at Hope. It is prohiihlu that several games will li tvt to be played later on account of Wed nesday's rain storm. The latest reports in the city re g-irding developments along the line of the radiophone are that A. 1J. McLaugtilin and l£. J. Walsh are about to construct a receiving ou: fit which will be installed in the City Hall. A "loud-speaking" devv.'.» wii! ue purchased and attached to the .".el so that all who wish to do S'i may have a chance to "Listen-in" IAJVKKNE LOCALS We are now busy making prepara tions for. Play Day. A tennis court is now being built on the Luverne school ground for the High school pupils. Mr. Spall held an evening session after 4 o'clock for six of the sopho mors who failed to known their Agri culture lesson. Miss Edith Dodd has been spending the past week with her sisters Nora and Grace. Mr. Nels Hanson surprised the people of Luverne by returning last Tuesday morning with a bride. Mrs. Nels Hanson .was formerly Miss Ma lie! Lathe. Every-body is busily employed in their gardens this week. Mrs. Sevaried went to Page Sun day with, Mr. and Mrs. Hudson to visit with her sister Mrs. Ed. Lent :. American Legion, Post No. 19G held their regular meeting Saturday evening. The attendance was largo I and everybody had a good time. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wood of Min neapolis arrived last week and will'jjij spend the summer at the Wood ranch south of Luverne. Mrs. Spisle and daughter, of Page. arrived this morning they will spend the week with Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson on the Palfrey farm nortn of town. 1' J'on competition want your business. F. W. RUi DR. M. L. SAMmi Oyer .First N'ational Hank HOPE. NO. DAK' I. W. SIA^OLEY, AUCTIONEER Live Stock and Farm Sale*. A Specialty Writo T'.r HOPE MKO pitone ».t my exiu KRPhone fa 01 the program:! which are being broad casted from tjie various stations in iin" Twin Cities. Max Morgan, dairy specialist of the N. D. Agriculture College, was in Hope Wednesday looking over the several herds of dairy cattle which he assisted' in selecting for farmers in this community last fall. After examining the cattle he reported that the herds here were in the best shape of any that had been brought into the state and congratulated the own ers on the care they had given the stock. In many localities the dairy stock which had been imported had not received proper care. This conui '. ion did not exist here. iwrafl amm. and often a necessity. Tm.-nsn.-w, .tt'SlNUStf?' us and v.e prices. We :OLICS tV NORTH DAKOTA for Saturday, May MAY Bulk Cocoa, per lb. 18c 5 pound carton 85c Bulk Cocoanut, per lb. 37c 5 pound carton $1.75 A A E & A A E 62 Hope, N. Dak. BAAER®*.****?*.:. an~.wa -CLEAN-UP PAINT-UP Ti E!. 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 slock 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. ukWitJrj P/?.mf"(k i&Tms?si* ft* A#.$$$$ mm* AMfi yti' nth, 1922. As a graduate of Quiun's Conser ve cry Boston, Mass.. I am prepared to tsar-h piano, harmony or theory by the most approved modern methods. MRS. INDEdAARD DAVID WEKRSTROM AUCTIONEER A Specialty of Live Stock and Firm Sales Arrii:.go dales at Hope Nt.l. Bank Hops, N. Dak. JOHN F1T/.ER Auctioneer Farm and lave Stock Sales Write or phone at my expense for dates. Phone No. 29-F13 Hope, Norlli Dakota ^lAL 13th m€': rt, '. lit 7. 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 help THE HOPE NATIONAL BANK Hope, No. Dak.