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The Peoples' Store Luverne, N.
SR. A. L. PUSHQR Dentist First National Building Hope, N. Dak. DAVIS A. WESNERSTROM AUCTIONEER I. W, STANDLEY,- AUCTIONEER Live StocK and Farm Sa)er A Specialty Write or pttone »t my expense for JaU)6 HOPE NORTH DAKOTA •J CHRISTMAS The great day that brought the cheerful mes sage of a Saviour born. Let us pause from our labors and thank GOD for his many blessings. Let us remember those less fortunate than ourselves that they also may feel the Spirit of Christmas. We desire to thank you all for your Patron age, Friendship and good will, and we extend to everyone our best wishes for a Specialty at' Live Stock and Farm Sale* MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Faithfully yours, O. A BECKER iigt' rta es at Hope Nil. Bank Hope, N. Dak. I D. JOHN FITZBR Auctioneer Farm and Live Stock Bales Write or phone at «jr wi Tor dates. Phone N«. tl-Fil Hope, North Italrrta Ust us transmit it. Growers ana shippers of Viewers *n«5 Plants. Funeral Designs on short notice. Write, Wire, Phone. mom 4M Ivr»iiu«i Kratabel, liBBUt */-v I SOL '•S a 2S3P** THE LITTLE BROTHERS OF THE NATION There is no phase :f the achievements of our governmcii. more creditable to us than that dealing with the acquirement and handling of our outlying possessions A for« £iier sptakme of tfte United States colonization work says.- Th-ii never was a colonizing power which sat -M-: SC. :R=IS'" to teach and educate the native races vi'i-.r w^icr. sme ?n contact. One great fact in de-'on-prnenc v.'nicr.- jii:zen& of the United States underbiar. thai money spen. on essentials is bound to pay itsei? bae!-. An inter ssane jeeounr ot W HO SAYS WE'RE OUT OF THK CREAM HUMNJIMf Bring your cream to us and we will pay you competition prices. We want your business. yr^ F. W. RUPPHLIUS our insaiar and other out lying upKScsrions Jivfri ir rhe laces booklet of the series Dr. JV- jovorr.rr-fen' being .ssuad monthly by this instituuon. Are you receiving cfiem? FIRST NATIONAL BANK Only Four Days Till Christmas fllO* Our Christinas 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 DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING BARLY! 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. Hope, IS. Locals As We Neard Them Wash Ice, call the City Transfer and Express Co. Mrs. Stark went to Fergus Falls, I Minnesota last week. Oyster shell in 1001b and pound lots at King & Smith's. C. S. Moores made a short business trip to Fargo last week. Willard Kotts is recovering nicely after a severe attack of influenza. Mr. and Mrs. John Larimore re lumed Tuesday from a Bhort stay in Fargo. George Harding left Tuesday to spend the winter with his daughter in Omaha. Your chickens need oyster shells, pound lots or 100 lb. sacks at King & Smith's. O. L. Bowen left Tuesday evening for Marshalltown, Iowa after a ten days visit in this city. I Spirell* Corsets Mrs. Dor Resilience in southeast pari of town, er phone 15# I Mrs. S. D. Curry left Wednesday for a Bhort visit at the home of her granddaughter Mrs. B. L. Bertel in Fargo. CREAM FOR SALE—-Will deliver cream from tested COWB. In pints or Quarts. Phone 11-F120. Oscar James, Hope. N. D. 12-14*8tp Mr. Arthur Maine of Port Arthur is visiting relatives here this week. Mrs. S. D. Curry will return, with him to spend the winter. Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Pushor and daughter leave this week for Kemp ton where they will spend the holi days. They will be away until after the first of the new year. The Community Christmas Tree will be held at the opera house on Saturday evening. Everyone in the community is invited to be present and Bpecial attention will be given to the children. Occidental lodge, A. F. & A. M. will meet in regular communication on Friday evening. .Installation of officers for the ensuing year. All members are urged to be present Visitors are welcome. The victorious basket ball boys re turned from Fargo Monday. Sylves er Brewster, who is attending Con' cordia College returned with them and will spend the Christmas vaca tlon at the Fuller home. A Christmas card is not a poet card according to the postal regulations, when there is any writing on it, or a signature to it. It then becomes first-class mail and subject to postage at the rate ot 2 cents per oz. or frac tion thereof.. It makes no difference if a card is enclosed in an unsealed envelope, if there is writing on it, it is the same as a letter and requires the same postage. v— ••»». »»,«..« THE HOPE PIONEER 1-20 Call at Gumb's for your nice fresh groceries. A full line of Wat kins products in connection—Adv. Mr. Joe Snider of Illinois is visit ing his niece, Mrs. Robt. Young. Mr. Snider is on his way to Montaua. I Just received some American Fibre Rockers finished in Frosted Blue and Brown. —Chandler Furniture Store. Mrs. I. w. Standley left Saturday for Rochester, MinneBtota, being called there by the sickness of her sister. 1 I The Congregational Ladies Aid meet Monday evening at the home of -Mrs. L. H. Smith. The officers for the new year are as follows Mrs. C. S. Egan, President, Mrs. J. K. Joslyn Vice-President, Mrs. F. W. Willmert, Secretary, and Mrs. E. D. Washburn Treasurer. C. M. Wenzel, who is connected with the First Natiinal Bank, leaves this week for points in Minnesota. His friends report that of late he has been inclined to absentmlnledness, probably due to "a ringing in the ears." We would hate to state defin ately whether the ringing heard is Christmas bells or some other bells which are said to chime sweetly in young men's ears at times. Hope high school's contenders for the basket ball championship went to Fargo last week and trimmed the last year's champions by a score of 10 to 18, which is highly pleasing to basket ball fans here. The Fargo papers had a full line of dope on how and why it happened, but this did not change the score. Coach Shrum is developing the team carefully and lias some strong material in reserve at all times. The basket ball fans are expecting some" fine exhibitions of the game during the coming sea son and are boosting for the team to go into the district and state tourn aments. The Cozy Theatre will open this evening for their first regular show. The outfit including new seats, pro jector and other first class equipment arrived last week and has been in stalled. The auditorium has been all fixed up and it is in reality a cozy theatre. An entertainment place such as this, is, is a fine thing for the city and should receive the sup port of everyone in the community. Messers ChristianBon and Bowen will offer some splendid films during the coming months and will doubtless be glad to have suggestions regarding programs to be offered. Give them a boost and they will give you Bome good entertainment. COMMUNITY CLUn A meeting of the Hope Community Club has been called for Friday ev ening January Bth. A committee is making arrangements for an excell ent program. Complete announce ment of the program will be given next week. Keep the date in mind and plan ,to attend. CAHD OF TIIANKH Wo wish to extend our thanks to the kihd friends who so willingly assisted us during the illness and death of iur husband and father, al so for the many beautiful -lowers. MRS. EDWIN MITCHELL and Family WOMAN'S CLUB PROGRAM Thursday, December 21, 1022 Hostess—Mrs. J. A. Bowen Leader—Mrs. Hanson Drill—Review of Law Enfo.-.iement PHILIPPINE ISLANDS The Islands Under American Rule. Mrs. A. B. McLaughlin Schools and Education Mrs. Ida Washburn Religion and Cciture.... Mrs. Young MERRY CHRISTMAS We take pleasure at this time in extending to our many friends our sincere wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We also wish to express our thanks for the liberal patronage in the Pasc and will endeavor to merrit a con tinuance of the same In the coming year. We have secured an attractive and useful calender which we will be pleased to give to anyone who will call at our office and ask for one. Yours sincerely, FULLER LAND CO. SCHOOL NOTES Hope Schools closed Friday after noon for the Christmas holidays. The schools will pen Jan. 8th for the re mainder of the years work.. Sylvester Brewster has been visit ing school this week. He seems as glad to be back to Hope as we are to have him with us. The Faith Healer was presented In H. S. Auditoruim on Wednesday night. The next picture will be shown during Christmas vacation on Jan. 3rd. The Boys' and Cirls' Basketball teams go to Finley on Friday to play games at Finley. This will be the first game of the season for the girls and they are going to try and do as well as the boys' did at Fargo. CREAM STATION—Bring your sream to our cream station. Satis faction given on price and test. Du luth Produce and Dairy Co., O. L. Otork A«t. »TM •i'-M««»M-. ^-,!v m&A -Lit- uv 'Motyu' I Wish You A MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR M. S. BOTHNE Luverne No. Dak. On the Job Daily •1 Phone No. 138 DEMAND IS GOOD FOR BEST SEEDS Many requests are being received for high class seed at the state seed laboratory at the North Dakota Agri cultural College, according to H. L.! Bolley, state seed commissioner. I "We have many calls at the seed laboratory for all kinds of seed grain declares Mr. Bolly, "including wheat oats, barley, flax and corn, also for high-class potatoes. Many of these seeds are asked for in carload lots. Each year we publish state seed lists containing the names of farmers in the state who have good seed for sale and this list is sent to a large num ber of buyers. STAR MEAT MARKET Coal and Wood E. I. MILUGAN Phone No. 66 HOPE, N. D. For MEATS of all kinds go to the T. Thorsland, Prop. Hope, N. Dak. "This office will be pleased to list any seed providing that an examina tion shows it to be good quality. Farmers should send in "air samples after properly cleaning, grading and sorting. The samples will then be analyzed for purity and germination, and the grower will receive a report of the examination and whether the seed is of good enough quality to list. Samples should be sent in im-. mediately, as an early listing will put the owner in touch with more buyers. It ia not necessary to state the price at which the seed will be sold, as that' must be settled between the buyer and seller, but amount for sale should be reported.'' !I2IZI2IZI2IZf2IZIZI2fZI2rZf2J! Clang Clang! There goes the Fire 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. We invite YOUR Banking Business THE HOPE NATIONAL BANK Hope, No. Dak NNNMMMHNHMIflNMMNNMMiMNMMNMfflHNMMNMINfliw 1-