vS hV.-C," •'-ti'-V-
good warm meal at any bout*
Of the day at the Palace Restaui
mntfor 25 cents.
J^jlteW stock of confectionery
McDonnell Drag Co.
Toys of every description for
Christmas at Iseminger's News
The finest line of chocolates to
be found in the city, at the Pal
.! ace. Stock always resh.
A fine line of Holiday goods
just arrived at McDonnell'sDrug
Store. Call and see tbem.
FOR SALE: My house and lot
in Hope. Here's a bargain for
the right party. The price is
right. W. L. Aldrich.
Fancy celiuloid^ goods and
chinaware at Iseminger's News
Stand. Just the thing for holi
Do you suffer from piles? If so do
•ot turn'to surgery for relief. DeWitt'e
Witch Hazel Salve will act more quick*
ljr, surely and safely, saving you the
expense and danger of an operation
Wamberg & Jacobson.
Candies from 7j^c per lb. and
up in any quantity, McDonnell
Buy your silverware where you
can get it engraved free of
charge. All engraving free on
goods bought of me. H. H.
Fulmer, the jeweler.
DeWitt's Little Early Risers never
disappoint. They aro safe, prompt,
-gentle, effective in removing all
impurities from the liver and bowelB.
Small and easy to take. Never gripe or
distress. Wamberg & Jacobson.
We have a large stock of Xmas
goods which we will close out at
prices that can not be duplicated.
McDonnell Drug Co.
B. W. Pureell, Kintersville, Pa., says
he suffered 25 years with piles and
could obtain no relief until DeWitt'e
Witch Hazel Salve effected a perman
ent cure. Counterfeits are worthless.
Wamberg & Jacobson.
Buy your Bon Bons at McDon
nell's. All sized boxes of the pur
est Bon Bons ever put on the
market at prices that can not be
Lewis Ockerman, Goshen, Ind: "De
Witt's Little Early Risers never bend
me double like other pillr, but do their
work thoroughly qnd make mo feel
like a new boy-.^i Certain, thorough,
gentle. Wamberg fc JacobeoD.
Thoseiijiefiielect fried oysters
at the Palace Restaurant are sim
ply fine. Have you tried them?
Geo. Washington is said to
have thrown a dollar across the
Potomac, which was a long way
for a dollar to. go but not half as
far as a dollar will go buying
Xmas goods and other articles at
Meals or lunches served at all hours
'3 at theJPalace Restaurant.
"An ounce of gold for every
ounce of adulteration" found in
the Chas. F. Gunther's confec
tionery. I also handle Roach's
confectionery the finest on the
market JAS. LONEY,
A business meeting of the
Commercial Club was held in the
dinning room of the Wheeler
Hotel Tuesday evening. Dr. M.
«..• C. Johnston was elected chair
man of the meeting and S. J.
Danskin secretary. The meet
ing was then thrown open for
I general discussion and many
good suggestions were brought
up in regard to the future of the
Club. A committee of five on
Constitution and Bylaws were
appointed, who are to report at
the next meeting of the club,
which will be held in the Club
rooms Wednesday evening, Dec.
25th., when a permanent organ
ization will be perfected. The
isq* Club rooms were thrown open
for the use of the members for
the first time last evening.
Box orders for Xmas cigars
given special attention at R. F.
Hawley's cigar factory. Leave
your orders early.
There will be a ^meeting of
Foster Post No. 22, G. A. R. on
Friday, Dec. 20th, 1901, at 2
o'clock, p. m» for the election of
officers. Turn out Comrades
and let us put a little more life in
tbe Post. All members are re
jtttsted tq.be present.
B. F. WARDEN,
IND DEC. 9 AND 23.
«L C. PRE8SLY, AGENT FOB THE
2NTEKPRISE STEAM LAUNDRY CO.,
I'MINNEAPOLIS. WILL SHIP LAUNDRY
W$kg FOLLOWS: NOV.-11 AND 25
4. Albert Bailer, living at 1111 Farnham
aaya: "I have tried moat
,*wgytt»in| that ia ufced as a preventive
«rennifor headache, but nothing did
m«oo much good as Kranae's Headache
GapaulM- Othera whohave uaed them
same thing," Price 25c.
to Care a Cold
about it-right. Take two or
uae'a Cold Cure Capaulea dur
and two before retiring at
will inaure a good night's
movemoat of tl»e boir^l*
Ccmt<w the iraatment
We will scon hare tb write it
Place your orders for .Christ
mas cake^ at the Palace Restaur
Mortgage release" blanks for
sale at this office—in tabs of 25
A hew line of carving sets just
arrived at the Pioneer Hardware
Store. The finest line ever
brought to town.
Everything in Xmas candies
is here, largest line, all fresh,
purest made, best and finest
grades, lowest priccs, McDon
nell Drug .Co.
W. T. Wespon. Gholsnnvil'e. Vn.
drupeiet, writpa: ''Your One Minule
Cough cure gives perfect satisfaction.
My customers say it is the best remedy
for coughs, colds, throat and lung
troubles." Wamberg & Jacolwon.
Guess again at McDonnell's
Kodol Dyspepsia Uure is not a mere
stimulant to' tired nature. It affords
the stomach complete and absolute rest
by digesting the food you eat. You
don't have to diet but can enjoy all the
good food you want.. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure instantly relieves lhat distressed
feeling after eating, giving you new life
and vitror. Weinberg & Jacobpon.
They are novel and pleasing,
those books at McDonnell's Drujr
I have oh hand a number of
sewing machines, which I will
sell cheap. It "will pay you to see
me at once if you are thinking of
buying. J. J. Merry,
Tbe High School indulged
an old fashioned soelling match
last Friday afternoon.
The last meeting of the High
School Literary Society in 1901,
will be held tomorrow afternoon
Maude Laramore was absent a
few days last week on account of
The High School is preparing
a program to be rendered some
time soon after the holidays.
A number of children are ab
sent this week on account of
sickness and cold weather.
Rev. J. G. Dingle, Mrs. F. R.
Ruggand Mrs. Truax, of St.
Paul, have been recent visitors
in the Primary Dept.
Miss Gilmore was the guest of
Mrs. J. Joslyn on Saturday
and Sunday of last week.
All are cordially invited to at
tend the Christmas entertain
ment to be given by the school in
the Town Hall on Saturday eve
ning, Dec. 21.
A beautiful bouquet adorned
the Primary room last week, the
gift of Elsie Klovstad.
Mr. Kraabel made a short visit
to the Primary Dept. on Monday.
Myrtle Doyle is absent from
the Intermediate room on account
Albert Press'y started to
school in the 8th Grade last Mon
As school closes on Friday for
the holidays, the High School
pupils are deep in term examin
ations, each afternoon beinggiven
up to examinations, while the
usual work is taken up in the
The High School is now read
ing "D'ri and I" in connection
with the course in English.
The 8th Grade is studying
square and cube root, and find
them plenty of fun.
Miss Minnie Bowen was a
visitor to the Intermediate room
The public school of Hope will
give a Christmas entertainment
at the Town Hall, on next Satur
day evening. Admission free.
High School Rhetorlcals, for Fri
day, Dec. so, 1931.
GEO. A. FEID,
..... /Effie Hench
.. Eunice Jacobson
Recitation Frank Moote
Recitation Victor Dingle
Story Charles Bogart
SoHg1 By Society
Effie Smith, President,
lennie Taplin, Secretary.
From my farm 3 miles south
of Hope, One sorrel mare, weight
about 1,000. lbs. Any nforma
iion in regard to same will be
To Give Them a Chance."
The Rev. Dr. Sixteenthly was
just concluding an eloquent ser
mon on "Getting Square With the
World." The large congregation
was wrought up to a high state of
Krause's Headache Capsules
will instantly cure headaches of any
kind. Being purely vegetable they are
harmless and leaves no bad after effects.
We offer 8600 reward f0r any trace of
•ntipyrene,'morphine, chloral or any in
lurioussubstancetound in jheiul Price
Wv&torg & JacobwJd.
HOPE N. D.
OFFICE OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
The following are the officers
for the ensuing year of the dif
ferent Secret Socie'ies of this
A. F. & A. M.
W. M.—W. J. Milligan,
S. W.—O. L. Bo
J. W.—W. E. Taplin,
Treasurer—J. H. McCollom,
S. D.—E. D. Washburn,
J. D.—R. R. Fisher,
J. S.—A. E. Warner,
Tylor—B.. F. Walden,
O E S. "...
W. P.—Geo- A. Luce.
W. M.—Mrs. ricPherson.
S. n.—firs. Bowen.
Conductress—Mrs. G. A. Luce,
A. C.—Mrs. Hayes.
Appointive offices not made.
I. O. O. F.
N. G.—Cyrus Skinner,
V. G.-Geo. Story,
Record. Secy.—R. Baldwin,
F. C.—J. J. Wamberg,
Treasurer—F. N. Gilmore.
Appointive offices not made.
D. of R.
No election of officers
Election and installation
Oracle—Mrs. Mary Aldrich,
V. O.—Mrs. Atha Warner,
Chan.—Mrs. E. Johnson,
Recorder—Miss Em ma McLean,
Marshall—Miss Mabel Warner,
I. S.—Mrs. Maggie Stevens,
0. S.—Mrs. Carlton,
Phys.—Dr. W. H. M. Philip.
A. O. U, W.
M. W.-A. G.-Stiles,
Foreman—D. W Vadnie,
Overseer—A. F. Stark,
Recorder—F. D. Woodworth,
Receiver—E. M. C. Luce,
Guide—F. J. Standfield,
1. Watch—J. C. Hawley,
0. Watch--E. A- Gilmore,
Trustee—F. D. Woodworth,
P. C. of H.—Mrs. L. Freeland.
C. of H.—Miss Alice Lyons.
L. of H.—Miss Agget Vadnie.
C. of C.—Miss Eugine Vadnie^
Financier—Mrs. Carrie Vadnie.
Receiver—Mrs. A. Woodworth.
Lady Usher—Mrs. M. Baker..
1. Watch -Miss Nellie Standfield.
O. Watch—D. W. Vadnie.
Trustees—A. G. Stiles.
Mrs. L. Freeland—Representee
to Grand Lodge.
Mrs. Carrie Vadnie, alternate.
:& co. fir*#
8 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis,
310 Boarl of Trade, Ddluth,
GRAIN, STOCKS, PRO ISI0MS
Board of TraUo, Chicago.
(Board of Trade, Buliitli.
Direct Private Wires^
Orders for tlie puroliaso of. Grain, Stocks and
rroTlsions osoculcd'ln aU cmrkots for Cu.sli
or on marg'ji
WRITE for our private tplosrapli clplior ox
paining vpeculatiou and free dally market
letter matledfreo, 1
SHIP ERS give us a al. \\i liavo
extended exierlenco and liandjo all Klilp
ments to yoiur best adrantago.
i^R60 OFFICE IN EDWARDS SLD'fi-,
TEL NO. 700.
& 9. PUHnft Kmtwt/
K. of P.
C. C.—W. E. Taplin,
V. C.—C. S. Shippy,
Prelate—Jno. G. Dingle,
0. W.—E. W. Dittes,
M. at A.—H. J. Harness,
K. of R. & S.—M. C. Johnson
M. of F.—E. O. Keene,
M. of E.—S. J. Danskin,
1. G.-Wm. Mowat,
O. G.—Joe McCarthy,
Rep. to Grand Lodge—Thos
Malone and J. A. Pepper.
V. C.—J. J. Wamberg.
W.A.—N. S. Bogart
Banker—J. A. Johnson.
Clerk—F, E. Carpenter.
Escort—W. W. Hazlett.
Sentry—J. A. Van Duscn.
Phys.—Philip and Johnston.
(Edited by the UNION.)
I am but one, but I am one I cannot do
everything", but I in do something what
I can do, I oujjht to do and what I ovght
to do, by the grace nf Go j, I will do.
If v»u \V)uld increase your
happiness uul prolong 3-our life,
forget your neighbor's faults. I
Forget the temptations. Forget
tbe fault-finding and give little
thought to the cause which pro
voked it. Forget the peculiarit
ies of your friends-, and only re
member the good points which
make you fond of them. Forget
all personal quarrels or histories
you may have heard by accident
and-which, if repeated, would
seem a thousand times worse
than they are. Blot out as far as
possible all the disagreeableness
of life they will come, but they
will grow larger when you re
member them and the constant
thought of acts of meanness or,
worse still, maiice, will only tend
to make you more familiar with
them. Obliterate everything
disagreeable from yesterday
start out with a clean sheet for
to-day and write upon it, for
sweet memory's sake, only these
things which are lovely and lov
From a letter of. Alice Stone
Many changes for the "better
have been made during the last
half century in the laws, written
and unwritten, relating to wom
en. Everybody approves of them
now, because they haye become
accomplished facts. But not one
of them would have been made
to this day if it had been necess
ary to wait till the majority of
women asked tor them. In the
light of history, the indifference
of most women and the opposi
tion of a few must be taken as a
matter of course.
One of the most stirlcing traits
of the character of General Grant
was his absolute truthfulness.
He seemed to have an actual
dread of deception either in him
self or others.
One day, while sitting in his
bedroom at the White House,
where he had retired to write a
message to Congress, a card was
brought in by a servant, The
officer on duty at the time, see
ing that the president did not
want to be disturbed, remarked
to the servant, "Say the president
is not in.''
General Grant overheard the
remark, turned around suddenly
in his chair, and cried out to- the
servant, "Tell him no such thing.
I don't lie myself, and I don't
want any one to lie for me."
Michigan Christian AH vodate'.
A. Meyer will sell Reigan's
Minneapolis bread for 5c. a loaf.
All kinds of pies and cakes for
sale at A. fleyer's.
Excursions to Eastern Canada.
Tickets will be on sale at annual ex
cursion,rate of 640.00 commencing Dec.
2d. When purchasing ask for ticket via.
THE NORTH-WESTERN LINE
From Minneapolis and St. Paul
Four trains daily to Chicago.
BADGER STATE EXPRESS leaving St. Paul
every morning 8:30 (after arrival of
Northern Pacific and Great Northern
trains) and arriving Chicago 0:45 p. m.
in ample time to make through connec
tions for the east.
For those desiring to stop over in
Minneapolis or St. Paul the evening
trains are available, as follows
THE FAST MAIL, arriving Chicago 7:00
THE NORTH WESTERN LIMITED arriv
ing Chicago 9:30 a. m.
THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS, arriving
Chicago 12:25 noon,
Free Reclining Chair Cars.
For any further information as to'
rates, connections, etc., apply to your
home agent or address Chas, J. Gray, P.
O. Box 1315, Winnipeg, Mad., or A. M.
Fenton, Dacotah Hotel, Grand Forks.
N, D., Traveling Agents, until Dec. 24th,
100 pr. Ladies'Button Shoes, ... ...
worth $2 00 per pair, for 75c per W I A fjr ph fir Cnn
pair, size* 2, 3, 3)4. A. Meyer. w» I Li «IUI lull 0& OUII
A. rieyer left for Minneapolis
yesterday, and wall purchase a
large stock of oranges, apples
WE WILL GUAB\N1?EE
ALL OUR WORK TO BE
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS\-
X—IIOE8E8HOEINa A SPECIALTY.—X
ON IMPRPVED FARM
LANDS—AT LOW RATE OF
The Farm Mortgage Loan & Trust
C. S. SHIPPY, AGENT,
Too much housework wrecks wo
men's nerves. And the constant
care of children, day and night,
1 often too trying for even a strong
woman. A haggard laoe tells the.
story of the overworked housewife
and mother. Deranged menses,
lleuoorrhcea and falling of the
I womb result from overwork.
1 Every housewife needs a .remedy
to regulate her menses and to
keep her sensitive female organs
in perfect condition.
is doing this for thousands of
American women to-day. It cured
Mrs. Jones and that is why she
writes this frank letter:
91.00 AT BBVG6ISTS.
For advice and literature, addrou, BYiM ljjjB
tomi. "The l-adlrs' Ad.iiorv DepartmentThe
Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga,
"I had long saffeied from indiges
tion," writes G. A. I eCeis, Cedar City,
Mo, Like otbei I have tried many
preparations but never found' anything'
that did me good until I took Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure. One bottle cured me.
A friend who had suffered similarly I
put on the use of Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure. LTe is gaining fast and will soon
bo able to work. Before he used Kodol
Dyspepaia Cure indigestion had made
him a total wreck. Wamberg & Jacob
,or Upper Tei},
10 CeQt Brands.
5 Cen BraQd.
MANUFACTURED AT .-.
DOPE, N, 1)AK.
Ship Your Grain to
Minnesota Grain Co.,
GRAIN OMXISSIftH MRS ACTS,
622-623 CORN EXCHAK8E, ..
R. R. FISCHER,
Is prepared to do all work
in his line. Repairing- a spec
ialty. Give him a call.
General Passenger Agent.
Glendeane, Ky., Feb. 10,1901.
I am so glad that your Wine of uaraul
is helping me. I am feeling better than
I have felt for years. I am doing my
own work without any help, and
washed last week and was not one bit
tired. That shows that the Wine.1»
doing me good. I am getting fleshier
than I ever was before, and sleep good
and feat hearty. Before I began taking
Wine of Oardul, used to have to lay
down fivo or six timea every day, but
nowldonot thinkof through
And •PRBVENT1VB far
Are Safe and Reliable.
Ik Purely Veee
Sent postpaid oo receipt of
price. Money refunded if not OS we^
Sample and Booklet teat frso,
Vin de Cincliona Co.,
Des Moines, Iowa
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests tbe food and aide
nature in strongtbenlng aud reoon
etruotiug tbe exhausted digestive or
gans. ItTa the latest diaoovcreddigeetr
ant a&d tonic. Ho other preparation
can anproacli It in efflolency. It in
stantly relievesond permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Hansen
Sick Headache, Gastralgla Cranips ana
results of imperfect digestion.
Gangs and Snlkys. 3
Rushford and 3
Wagons and Tanks.%
IORRIN L. BOWEnTI
Lath, Shingles, Sash, Doors and
/Vlnii Id infjg
Bu.ilc3.ing 3^Ca-teria.l, ^.11 Kinds.
I COAL and WOOD. I
A Good Supply Always on Hand.
I Vadnie Bros.,
The Hope Dray Line.
Prompt and Accurate Service
v... Calls attended promptly, and goods
removed without risk or injury
S®"Garden plowing given special
Call on me for anything in the way, of drayingv
I). W. & F. E. Vadllie,
The rate this year for the trip to the old home
in Eastern Canada and return will be
Hope, North Dakota.
The best route, for many reasons, is via Min
neapolis, St. Paul and Chicago. When vou go
ask the'ticket agent.' to send yr.u that way,
andbejjure that your ticket icadi, via the
Jr lb,, -V? 4
No exlra charge for seals in Reciinin£ Chair
your beme ticket agent for partic-
""''ite to A. L. EIDEMILLEjJ, T. P.
A., care Clarendon Hotel, Winripeg, Man., or
Hotel Dacotah, Grand Forks, N. D.
P» iYM4Ny A. G, P» ft, Utab
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