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*11?'• '*»:!& -*w:l %"i w»M UP :*B7»*TRF'I,J $ ,$ *«& .* -fr VJK V.. .,- ..-VRTWJT «t A „srBC# vu1" «', *y4 Vo *'V':f 1 ""•A" ®n fftii" •m Wfoi* F. J. Lariger of Casselton was H- in Hope on business last Friday. *5.— H* \Vp*goMiss '^Wt ig-: V" y-: :,* KS-ll mms m**§. cMf c,/, Gyrus is home from Far visiting with her mother Grand Mask Monday, Keep in mind the J. A. Van i^Dusen sale, "Wedneday, April 3. Miss Mildred Patten visited Sun- ^with friends at Fargo over •I* dayV'v S' \. A week from next Sunday is Easter. Have you got your new bonnet? ,..,, 1 J. A. VanDusen will hold a public auction sale Wednesday, ^*.f^.pril Srdv^* •gif,.' Mrs. J. A. Warner of Dickfey, N. D., arrived in this city yester day morning. She was called here on account of the illness of of Mr. Luce. e, 219 5 'a: i: •,- r»»s FlCX' A silverine case for the above ,"S. 'U •'7 i/ •JSSfi Wj r". MM :^i Items UR Opening Display of Easter Millin ery will take place fllionba^, fIDavcb 25tb We invite the ladies of Hope and surrounding- country to call and -If. enjoy this opening exhibit Vw Mesdames Albert Donaldson and C. G. Warner spent Friday T71 in Fargo Atty. Barclay of Sherbrooke w»b in mis city on business Tuesday. "-'Sr. SUE I*r' k1' Caster Opening Mrs. Frank Gray left Mondiay for Sanborn, North Dakota, to visit her parents.» }f I Miss Edna Gray came down days, from Sharon Friday for a day's visit at her home. Arthur Langer returned Fri day from an extended visit with lodge. relatives at Casselton. A Mask Ball will be given Mon day night, April 1st, benefit of the ball team. FINE MILLINERY Ng Miss Coggins is now here and can be found in our Trimming Department. 2 MILLIGAN SISTER.S HAZLETT BUILDING 1 9 0 7 Watch a I Here area few of our Mid Winter prices on the following movements and causes: A 7Jewel Elgin or Waltham 18 size for $4,50 A15Jewel Elgin or Waltham 18 size for $6.751: i: A17J. Elgin or Walthum 18 size $8. to $25.00 |i ij r- A gold filled case for the above 4.00 to 16.00 full line of v. .Come in and look over our stock and rllr ||t^i^3see- for yourself—it is just from the factory and fully guaranteed by them. I Want Your Repairing—Don't send it away as I can do it right and at prices that wijl save you money. oiu sine Miss Coggins, of Milwaukee, arrived in Hope. Tuesday. She the city Friday and Saturday, has been engaged by Milligan Sisters, the milliners, for this season. 65cents all makes American Watches a,t lowest prices and best values. |i 'J Frank Tillotson returned Sat urday from a business trip into Iowa and to the Twin Cities. enry Farris and H. I. Stand- ley left for St. Paul Friday with stock, returning home Tuesday. Mrs. Camp of Minneapolis was the guest of her daughter, Miss JJUIU, from Friday until Monday. Geo. A. Luce's condition has not been so encouraging the past week and his recovery is some what despaired of. WANTED—A girl to assist in the housework and to learn the millinery. Don't fail to be on hand Mon day evening at the Grand Mask transacting business in Hope Ball for the benefit of the ball Tuesday. Mr. Stewart has team. Mrs. N. N. Lunding and chil dren left last evening for Fargo, While in the Cities Mrs. Bow where they will visit for a few A number of^ Sharon Masons perienced trimmer came down last Thursday to at tend a special meeting of the The new scenery for the Opera House arrived Tuesday for the and will be put in position im mediately. Alex Curry of Sharon vwas in leaving on the Saturday train for Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Standley entertained a party of Hope young people at their farm home last Sunday. Albert Williams returned Fri day to the claim near Sheyenne, N. Dak., where he will spend the coming months. Mrs. J. A. Bowen. Place one mile north of Hope, on C. G. Merriell farm. Time 10 o'clock, Wednesday,' April 3. Don't fail to be there. See ad elsewhere. 1 The Steele County Sunday School Association will be in ses sion at the Congregational church this afternoon and evening and tomorrow. Mrs. Sparling, who has been spending the past two months with her daughter, Mrs. Geo. A. Fead, left for her home in Michi gan Tuesday. Mrs. Bowen and Miss Minnie I returned on Friday from the Twin Cities, having spent a pleasant two weeks visiting with Lue Bowen and friends: J. H. McCollom attended the Hardware Dealers Convention at Minot last week, returning Sat urday. He reports a very pro fitable and pleasant time. Fall in line and buy a Lanpher Hat, they are the best and most stylish. The Kraabel-Donaldson Co. I have for sale 20 head of draft and driving horses and a few good brood mares. If you want to buy come and see me. IRooms especially fittet) for Customer© Ulse. i: G. D. Fisher. The ample capital and sur plus of this ,4 bank, its finan cial position and its estab- lished reputa tion for conser- tvative, banking methods are a mong the substantial advantages To mainta advantages policy of the management. The equipment in every de I! partment is thorough, modern and efficient. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF HOPE. a 5 4,-.) 1 \&rr ft TO OUR PATRONS I We "have made arrangements JI with Geo. Meader to deliver all our orders in town and deliveries wiu be made as foUows: 9:00 and 11:00 A. M. 2:00 and 5:30 P. M. The Kraabel-Donaldson Co. Jefferson & Usselman. C. G. Warner. Alex Stewart, of Blabon, was opened an implement house in the fast growing burg to the north. en purchased a very complete stock of Millinery goods and has engaged the services of an ex A. W. Greenwood came up from Illinois Saturday to see about the renting of his farm. He expects to stay only long enough to complete that busi ness. The annual sale and six o'clock dinner given by the ladies of the Catholic church last Saturday evening in the Woodman building was a grand success—both soc ially and financially. Harry Ehred celebrated his fourteenth birthday last Friday evening by a party. A number of his school boy friends were entertained at a six o'clock din ner and then the evening was spent in games. M. L. Elken attended a meet ing of the Union Telephone Co. at Hope Friday. The Union Co. at the meeting resolved to go into the big North Dakota Independ ent Telephone Co. and has been absorbed by that company.^ May ville Tribune. On account of the Sunday School convention the W. C. T. U. will not meet this week. Rut the next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Jolin Cassel's April 5th at the usual hour. All interested in this work are al ways welcome. Monday's blizzard put the time table temporarily out of commis sion. The train reached Hope nearly on time but ran into the snow farther north and it was nearly midnight when Hope was reached oh the return trip. Win. Stringer informs us that Mrs. Stringer has not been able to undergo the operation that she was to have had some time back. Her condition is not con sidered dangerous, but she does not gain rapidly.—Cooperstown Sentinel. NEW P. O. HOURS Beginning Monday, March 25, the Post Offiice will open at 8 A.' M. and close at 7 P. M. Mrs. M. A. Milligan, P. M. Does your Diano need tuning? Ask Mr. Gardner. Oiir new wall paper arrived and pies have sam-s are ion. Ole- ready for your inspecti We have secured Mr. C__ son, a fli to hang paper for us this season, and we are son, a first-class workman, A to quote you prices for paper to quote and paper hanging combin ed if you so desire. We invite you to call and look over our samples ion 58 the at any time. Medal M. MALLORV, Prop. iv/.'rrs «.. -——-,R I I Vh J. D. BROWN,PRBHT. THE f*r' on Everything in o\ir Store. To those wishing to pay cash for their goods we will do as follows: We will sell a $ 2 0 0 0 Coupon Boole •,. vjj for $ 1 8 a $10.00 Coupon Book $ 9 SPOT CASH. Discount will not be given in any other way. BECKERJECK & LANGER I YOU WILL GET IT EVERY TIME YOU ORDER HARRISON'S Town Country HEADY MIXED PAINT First National BoqK, Hope, North Dakota. CAPITAL $50,000.00 Surplus $10,000.00 A General Banking Business Transacted Hail Insurance in "Old Line" Companies Safety Deposit Boxes of the latest pattern I 50 Per Cent White Lead I 50 Per Cent Zinc Oxide 100 Formula 88 Per Cent Linseed Oil 12 Per Cent Turpentine 100 PRICE $1.75 PER GALLON. We Sell It KING & SMITH S.J. DANSKIN,VICE-PRRST. M. B. CASSELL. CASHIKR Lowest Rates on Real Estate Loans Real Estate Bought and Sold Steamship Tickets Sold Conveyancing We believe we can take care of ALL of our customers needs along all of the above lines and all others handled by any bank 0 fm j'"1 1 Kv.