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Pi it 7 1-s* ••:.• pft '. *5 '••v •-:i 1 '-K-'. v'v VOLUME 25, ii 1 School Supplies The largest line of School Books, Pencil Tablets, Ihk Tablet, Pen cils, Pens, Ink, Slates, Colored Pencils, Colored Crayons, Erasers, Pencil Holders, Pencil Sharpeners, Spelling Blanks and Composition Books, Rulers and School Bags. We have everything needed in the school room. Yours to please, John J. Wamberg, THE DRUGGIST. It is Time to Com mence to Think about getting your threshing machinery into shape for the fall threshing. If you are thinking of getting a new rig, a new engine, separator, or any attachment, it is a question of importance and one that should have the thresherman's careful consideration. We handle the machinery that has demonstrated its superiority, it's the "MAKE MONEY KIND,1' that's what the thresher wants, and it's the kind that DOES A GOOD JOB AND GETS OFF THE FARM, and that's what the farmer wants. We handle three complete lines of threshers, the Avery, Advance Northwest also the RUTH SELF FEEDER, MAPLE BAY WIND STACKER, HAWKEYE SELF FEEDER, also everything in the way of thresher supplies. We can sell you anything from A GALLON OF OIL TO A COMPLETE STEAM RIG. If you are in the market, talk with Lathrop 8 Lunding, Hope, N. D. Fife, Lightning, Tornado, Hail Instance PROTECT your1 City, Town, Village and Farm Property against loss or damage by Fire, Lightning, High Winds, Cyclone or Tornado, and your growing crops against loss or damage by HAIL asL "v ,£ S with a Policy in the Northwestern Fire and Marine Insurance Company MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA (Incorporated 1809 under the JEWS of North Dakota) Capital paid in in cash, $200,000.00 Surplus over, 100,000.00 More than 800,000.00 protection for its policy holders. DO IT NOW—Tomorrow May Be Too Late First National Bank, Hope, N. D. 'rr •. mm WfV, Hamilton--Wilkins The marriage of Miss Cynthia Hamilton to Mr. Albert Wilkins occurred Wednesday afternoon Sept. 6th at the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. I. Stager in this city. Only a few friends were present at the ceeemony which was per formed by Rev, Hitchcock, pas tor of the Congregational church. The groom is a popular photo grapher of Park Rapids, Minn., and the bride is one of the fair daughters of Brainerd, Minn. The happy pair visited here un til Monday when they departed for Park Rapids where they will make their future home. SOCIAL DOINQS Last evening the home of Mr and Mrs. McLaughlin was the scene of a jolly party when Miss Margaret entertained about two dozen schoolmates and friends at a campfire corn roast. Mr. C. Merriell of Minneapolis furnish ed the experience and superin tended the roast so skillfully that the corn would have been a treat even at a dining room fete. A desert of apples and canta loupes was followed by a variety of out door games and then all adjourned to the parlors where Elsie Luce and Georgia Gray won the honors in the combina tion drawing contest and Eileen Gilmore and Robt. Officer proved most efficient in the gum mould ing competition. After music thecompany wend ed their way homeward pro nouncing Miss Casper an ideal chaperone and Margaret a royal entertainer. OBITUARY JAMES PLINY BROWN James PJiny Brown wae born in Put nam, O., on September 18,1837. In l8ol his parents moved to La Salle, Illinois, where he resided until 1884, moving then to Minneapolis, Minn. From then until 1896 he spent the time between Minneapolis and North Dakota, where he had business interests. He was with the Illinois Central Railway Company at La Salle fair a number of years, after wards engaging in the banking business at La Salle, first as one of the junior members of the Bank of La Salle, and afterwards aB its sole owner, disposing of these interests when he moved to Minneapolis. In 1880 he, with his son, organized the Bank of Hope, North Da kota, which was afterwards merged into the Steele County Bank, and later into the First National Bank of Hope, of all three of which institutions he was pre sident. He had but lately retired from active connection with the last named. He was married to Charlotte A.. Mc Vean at La Salle, 111., November 2, 1863. To whom were born six children two of whom died in infancy. The sur viving members of the family are his wife, Charlotte A. three daughters, Mrs. Harold Johnson of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Elsie B. Cassell and Jean K. Brown of Pasadena, and one son James D, Brown of Hope, North Dakota. In 1896 Mr. Brown visited Pasadena for the first time, and he was here more or less until 1904, when he came with the view to making this place his per manent home. He was greatly in love with Southern California, particularly with this city, and had but just moved into his new home, built this summer. His genial presence and hearty hand clasp and cherry greeting will be re membered and missed by a large num ber of friends and acquaintances here and in the East. The funeral services were held at the residence, No. 85 Ford Place, at 3 o'clock on Sunday, September 3, Rev. T. C. Beattie officiating. Interment in vault at Pasadena. W. C. T. U. CONVENTION, GRAND FORKS, N. D. The Great Northern will sell tickets at the rate of one and one third fares for the round trip on the certificate plan, on account of the State Convention of the W. C. T. U. to be held at Grand Forks September 28th to October 2nd. Ask your local agent for full par ticulars. *"K" it I#"'" t-t» Standard Patterns 10c and 15c Pull Line on hand The grades are full and in some places badly congested. The Board will take active measures to relieve this congestion which is greatly appreciated both by students and teachers. The enrollment in the High School department for "now" is twelve greater than at any time time in the history of the school, he re be in students. This shows a health ful status of this department which from now on will become larger and larger. Those perfect in spelling: HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA, SEPTEMBER 14, 1905. No. 22. •'& Ladies' Long Cloaks In the latest styles and best material, storm collars, fur collars and fur lined, $12.50 to $45.00 Ladies' Shirt Waists Comprises the newest and nobbiest styles the market produces. They are marvels of grace and beauty, and we- want every lady to call and see them. Prices O. K. School Notes. Contractor Finn called at the High school building Wednesday afternoon on business and rang the fire gong which precipitated afire drill. Although the first and second grades were taking physical culturein theauditorium their teachers formed them in marching order and began their flight as did the teachers of the other departments. This readi ness for any emergency shows our preparation in time of real danger. We invite our friends to call unexpectedly and try us out at any time. Simply push the button twice and the depart ments will do the rest. Fourth Grade: Ethel Couron. Third Grade: Grace Harness. —Teacher Miss Baker. The following had perfect spell ing lessons in the second grade: Willie Bowen.Teddie Reynolds, Jakie Fulmer, Willow Baker, Frances Lockwood, Annie Mead a in a Moores, Doris Tillotson.—Teach er Miss Larson. UNIVERSALISTS CONVEN TION AT MINNEAPOLIS. On account of the Universalist General Convention at Minnea polis to be held October 19-25, the Great Northern will sell tick ets at one and a third fares for the round trip on the. certificate plan. See your local agent for particulars. Don't forget the cloak and suit sale at the New Cash Store Tues day, September the 26th. ROOMS FOR the Three upstairs rooms to right party. MRS. BOWEN 1. •, .-xTrs. .• 3* -5* .. Kraabel & Kraabel Newest creations in Women's Apparel. Fashion has been generous in her ordaining of the styles this season, positively every style of a garment being "THE THING." The particular garment you look best in is awaiting you at our store. Kraabel & Kraabel HOPE, IN. D/\K. ii ''^v-^ 5»o««ieiei *4* Hardware Tinner and Plumber in Connection. KING & SMITH, The Leading Hardware Merchants. We want some of your Harvesting Threshing Trade A complete line of Blankets, Quilts, Hosiery, Overalls, Jackets, Duck and Sheep Coats, Macinaws and Sweaters, Let us figure on your ill VaA is# %£&£& Shirt Waist Suits strictly in conformity to what Dame Fa shion has decreed the favorites for the season. $13.50 to $17.50 Royal Worcester Corsets Recommended and worn by the most fashionable dressers all over the world. We have them in all the latest styles. 50c to $3.00 •*\l -i_ Mail Orders given best of Attention Samples sent on Application W HOPE, N.D. and We haven't the largest store in town, But we have a class of goods that we can defy all competition on—namely: Hart, Shaffner & Marx Fine Clothing, Suits and Overcoats, $15 to $35 Men's "Walk-Over" Shoes, $3.50, $4, $5 W. L. Douglass' Celebrated Shoes $3.50 McKibbin Hats, Caps, Gloves and Furs. Cooper's Knit Underwear, 50c to $8 Regent Shirts, 50c to $3.00 Brand Bros. Tailor-Made Trousers, $1.50 to $7.50 GROCERY ORDfeftS. know we can save you some money, Conje- jjj and 'let us, convince you '^. Very truly yours, f*% j-* .. Sjg?1 S JBKj We