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Dentist First N -itional Building Hope, N. Dalv DAVIQ A. WEKNERSTfiGM AUCTIONEER 4.,«s*uity oi !. W. STAN9LEY, AUCTIONEER Live Stock and Farm Sale*' A Specialty Write or phone at my for date* HOPE NORTH DAKOTA I The Peoples' Store Luverne, N. D. GOOD BUSINESS People engaged in business of various kinds do not interpet these two words alike some think it is good business to get the largest profit possible on every item sold some think it good business to say unkind things about their competitors, others think it good business to disregard quality in order to sell cheap. Years of experience has proved to us that qua lity must be our first consideration, a poor article is expensive no matter how cheap you buy it, as an illustration a pair of shoes for which you pay $2.00 and they wear our in two months or less, they cost you $1.00 per month, buy a pair for $5.00 that last youlO months and they cost only 50c per month or half as much as the $2.00 pair. This is true of all merchandise, and our policy is to give you the best and the most for the least money. Faithfully yours, l.»ve -Vrr.Mi'KP dates nt How N'l Ban! Hope, N. Dak. C. A. BECKER If you are not receiving these articles monthly come in and have your name put on our list. JOHN F1TZBR Auctioneer Farm and Live Stock Salts Write or phons at my umbh for dates. Phone No. 2I-F1I Hope, North Dakota Let as transmit it. Growers and shippers of Flowers antf-Plant*. Funeral Designs on short notice. Write, Wire, Phone. MONB 41* rJCl Kraubei & Kranbcl, Local Agent* WHO SAYS WE'RE OUT OF THE CREAM BUSINESS? Bring your cream to us and we will pay you competition prices. We want your business. FIRST NATIONAL BANK F. W. RUPPELIU8 A "WE, THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES,—" As decade after decade passes, we who live and prosper under the Constitution marvel more and more at the matchless wisdom, the almost prophetic vision of those early leaders of the nation who could devise a plan of government so perfect that it has endured basically unchanged for over a hundred and thirty years. The story of the making of the Constitution and what it means to us is told in an absorbingly interesting, manner in the latest of the Our Government stories now being issued by this Institution. Only Four Weeks Till Christmas DO Our Christmas stock this year is larger and better than ever before, but if you want the pick of the many choice articles we are offering you should make it a point to YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY! We extend a hearty inivattion to you to make our store your headquarters for your holiday shopping. Come in and see the many useful and beautiful ar ticles we have on display? You are sure to find some thing to please you and the prices will suit every pocket book. Come early and get the best. Phone 69 F. W. RUPPELIUS, Prop. Locals 4s We Heard Them R. A. Nestor returned to Fargo Sat uday. Miss Bertha Donahue spent the week end at home. Mr. G. A. Warner made a business trip to Fargo this week. Ray Cockle is in Fargo, where he is having his eye treated. Mrs. Foster, of Fargo Is visiting her daughter Mrs. R. A. Lathrop. The W. T. C. U. will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Inde gard. Mrs. Ward Greenwood and daugh ter Adele went to Fargo Tuesday ev ening. Mr., and Mrs. C. S. Shippy are en joying a two days visit from their niece. The Woman's Club meets this ev eslng at the home of Mrs. E. I). Washburn. Mrs. Peter Frecnd spent Sunday at the ohme of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Donahue. ERRAND BOY—When in need of a boy to run errands phone me. No. 125. Andrew Hull. "Bud" Carney arrived Tuesday from Chicago, being called here by the sudden death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Brown left Tuesday evening for Minneapolis where they will spend the winter. Keep in mind the date of the Le gion and Auxiliary play. "Safety First" at the Hope opera house, Dec. 8 th.—Adv. Preparations are being made for a big bargain week in Hope the second week of December. Watch for adver tisements. The work of remodeling the movie theater is progressing nicely and the building should be ready for occupancy next week. Do not put off ordering your Christ mas cards any longer, after Decem ber 1st the lines are badly broken and your selection may be out of stock. J. H. McCollom went to Fargo Thursday evening to attend the Shrine ceremonial Friday. Mr. Chal mers was in charge of the hardware store during his absence. The Catholic Aid Society will hold their annual sale Saturday Dec. 2nd a Gumb's Restaurant. Food, fancy work, rag rugs and candy will be on sale. Lunch will be served. Watch for further advertising of "Safety First," the three-act comedy, to be presented at the Hope opera house, Friday, Dec. 8th, by the Am erican Legion and Auxiliary.—Adv. We Handle PUMPS CYLINDERS PIPES WATER TANKS WINDMILLS Anyone needing any thing in this line should call on us. We can save you money. DILLAGE & BJORKUTND Hope, N. Dak. Hope. IN. THE HOPE PIONEER sseesesssit 4-buckle, all rubber overshoes $3. 4-buckle Arties $8. 1-buckle Arties $1.75 at Knoblauch's.—Adv. FOUND—pair of glasses in case. Owner may have same by proving property and paying for ad. H. L. Wiese, Hope, N. D. The weather the past few weeks has been decidedly unusual for this season of the year. Another heavy rain fell the first of the week fol lowed by a decided drop in tempera ture. With the roads soft from pre vious rains, and deeply rutted by the hauliug of grain, they are now al most unusable and lots of traveling is being done on the fields and on side roads. The past two days have been bright and fairly warm which has tended to improve conditions. THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT There is nothing you cSh give that is so personal as your photograph. Throughout the year, the photograph you give this Christmas will stand as a reminder of npur loving thought fulness. It will contribute happiness to those who mean most to you. Sur prise the family, and your friends. Give photographs. Today is not too early, to arrange for a sitting. C. KUFFENKAM, Photographer COMMUNITY CLUB WILL MEET TUESDAY, DEC. 5TH Thefirst meeting ot the Community Club for this season will be held at the Hope Opera Housse Tuesday evening, December 5th. A fine pro gram has been planned for the even ig and will include a spirited debate on the question: "Resolved that a lantern is of more use on a rainy night than an umberella." The pro gram as arranged, will be published in next weeks issue of the Pioneer if it is obtainable from the committee. The plans for a community radio outfit have been held up for the pre sent so there will probably be no radio concert at this meeting. Make your plans now to be on hand for the first meeting of the club and invite your friends to come and join. Everybody will be there and a big time Is assured. PILLSBURY ITEMS Orlie Johnson was a Jamestown visitor Monday. Mrs. Towle. Mrs. Thompson's moth er returned from Jamestown Satur day and will visit awhile here before leaving for Wyoming where she will spend the winter. A large crowd from Pillsbury and vicinity attended the surprise party given Monday evening at the hall in honor of Harold Watson's birthday. C. O. Smith was a Baldwin visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith spent Wednesday in Valley City. W. J. Smith went to Fargo Tues day. A parent-teachers' Association was organized at the Baldwin school Friday afternoon with the following officers: Mrs. I. Jarvis, President Mrs. R. H. Smith, Vice President Mrs. G. A. McKay, Sec'y & Treas. The first meeting will be held Dec. 2 at the school auditorium. Several from here attended the basket ball game Friday evening at Grand Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Algeo and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McCullouch spent Sunday at W. G. Sowden's. Marvin Flatt and Mr. Brown spent Sunday in Baldwin. William Whitkop who was recent ly married in Fargo is expected home this week. COUNTY SCHOOL NEWS An entertainment was given, at. Franklin School No. October 20th. $35 was netted and is to be used for playground equipment. The Golden Lake Center School reports perfect attendance in the pri mary room for the week ending Octo ber 27th. The following schools have re newed their subs^vintions to the .niior Red CroM News: Sherbrooke Mo. t—Julia 3 teacher. Broadlawn No. 1—Phoebe McNeal, teacher. Primrose No. 4—Ragna Larson, teacher. Beaver Creek No. 2—Mabelle Sher man, teacher. Westfleld No. 4—G. G. Lane teacher. Golden Lake No. 3—Elsie Wil liams, teacher. The following schools have re ported having enrolled in reading circle work: Primrose No. 1—Myrtle Finell, teacher. Edendale No. 3—Jane Dennis, teacher. Franklin No. 3—Mabel Petterson teacher. Luverne =V..H New Bergen No. 1—Atha Rock ney, teacher. For the month ending November 10th twenty-five of the twenty-nine pupils of Westfleld School No. 4— Q. G. Lane, teacher—had perfect at tendance. New Bergen School No. 3—Alma Braaten, teacher—gave an entertain ment on Friday evening. November 10th. The proceeds which amounted to $37.70 was used to purchase a victrola and records. Julia Dolney, teacher of Sher brooke School No 3 reports that the I -Lit AM&Ufe I take great pleasure at this time to extending to my friends and patrons my hearty thanks for their business in the past and also for the splendid support during my CLOSING OUT SALE and also assure them that a continuance of their favor will be duly appreciated. M. S. BOTHNE frUararaiaizraraaErajaraarajz^ gjun-nLrgiartL ~L~ g-rarereiziafi iSeasonable Hardware •NOW IS a good time to look around and see what you will need in the line of Hardware for use during the Fall and Winter. There will be use for Coal Hods, Ash Sifters Fire Shovels, Coal Shovels, Snow Shovels, and many other articles in this line. We also carry a complete stock of Kitchen Utensils, Washing Machines, Wringers, Boilers, Tubs and so forth, quality goods at right prices. See us about that new stove or range you will need. Good stoves are necessary to save on your fuel bills. J. H. McCOLLOM Phone No. 182 Hope, No. Dak. [fcj aiziaiararaarafBiaraiaiErajBJBranir^^ gfzi2fziziziziBizizizizizizizizi?izizizfzizi2 Coal and Wood 1 C. 1. MILUGAN Phone No. 66 HOPE, N. D. rfEjararafziziaiarerararaii!iHfirer£ii2idiHi?r?rej sreiFJHfHizrejErarejna THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd, 1022 November 30th hes been set apart as a day of THANKSGIVING LET US THEREFORE MAKE IT TRULY A DAY FOR GIVING THANKS. IF WE BUT STOP AND CONSIDER A MOMENT COUNTLESS THINGS WILL COME TO MIND FOR WHICH. WE ARE IN DUTY TO EE THANKFUL. THERE FOR LET US GIVE THANKS. mm t: f/MI aaV TAww __ 0 No. Dak school has ordered a victrola recent ly. A pn.eni-teachers association was organized at Pickert November 16th. They decided to have their regular meetings the second Friday of each month, the next meeting to bo held eivmber 11th. The following oili er', were elected: O. O. Peterson, president Mrs. I ave Moore, Vice-president :.I, ISrraten, secretary Margurito Nordin, treasurer Lillian Cooke, chairman H. \Y. Stansbury and M. Braaten, program committee. iR ft mm- I 7O %jh Ciang Clang! There goes the Firs Department Well, you consider yourself lucky, it isn't your house, don't you? But it might be the next time— and would you lose all? Better come this very day and let us insure your property. It costs little and gives great pro tection. Wc invite YOUR Banking Business THE HOPE NATIONAL BANK Hope, No. Dak ftaa nmmimaimimjaaniirmmiiin-jisiiititiciiiiiimviia}!