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AY' -t •ti'. p^E xv M--4 ml Merchant and to to to to to to to to to to No- 195 ta UV' Horse Blankets and Robes We have a good stock on hand. Call and look them over before you buy. Zero Wind flill Oil that will run in the coldest kind of weather. We also have the old reliable 20th Century rianure Spreaders ,t:^t I•• GIVE US A CALL. Major Impl't Co. Hope Roller Mills All grades of flour and teed In stock at all times. Grist grinding for farmers receives special attention. e«M*fteaee6«6«tt6e«s6itte&««86eeG«6ftSft»ft*6«£66«e«««J^ '•"'—InmiMaqmv-r /':l«MaMmaBaM^anNnMMtn|MM*nMaMMMnn)BiaHcRMiMaanM|tiii)aMMnmnHmBMnpM)n Exchange New Dray Line. Having recently purchased the draying- business «f F. fi. Vadnie, I am prepared to do all kinds of carting and moving, A Calls attended promptly, and goods removed without risk of injury. Garden Plowing Given Special AtUntiaa. Your patronage respectfully solicited A. T. ECKERT, Prop. »J Hi life Change of Time Winter Schedule 7:25 Leave St. Paul Ar 8:10 AM 8:00 AM Fargo 2:20 9:20 Casselton 1:05 10:35 Colgate 12:43 10:55 A. HOPE 11:28 A. M. 11:45 AM Blabon 10:31 AM 12:30 Aneta 10:15 3:00 Ar Devils Lake Leave 7:45 A. G. FICK, Agent, Hope, N. D. You Don't Need a Town Crier to emphasize the merits of your business or an nounce your special sales. A straight story told in straight way to the readers of this paper will quickly reach the ears of the thoughtful, intelligent buying public, the people who have the money in their pockets, and the people who listen to reason and not noise. Our books, will show you a list of the kind of people you appeal to. Call and see them at this office. i'f N. D. Work. A. ft to to to to & m. ft No. 196 C. NOTES. The girls dormitory which was nro vided this yoar is a much needed ad dition to the college. The building is only two blocks from the campus and is convenient to the street car system. It is thoroughly modern and will easi ly accommodate sixty girls. The pre* ceptress, Miss Childs, is a woman of educational ability and experience who has for the past two years been instructor at this institution in the domestic science department. Last summer a small experimental plot of broom corn was grown. The seed having grown in Illinois it was a question whether in would thrive here. The growth, however, was stated by authorities to be equal to that grown in Illinois. The value was figured at about $150. per acre. The experiment serves to show that there are types of plants that might be intro duced into the state, which as yet have been given little attention. A great deal of benefit is derived by the agricultural student from the meet ings held by the agricultural club. Programs are arranged for every two weeks at which time debates are held and speeches given by professors or students, while music and other feat ures make the evening one of instruc tion and pleasure. An entirely new course of study is scheduled this year. This is a corres pondence course more especially for the benefit of the teachers throughout the state, tho' it may be taken up by anyone. The Superintendent schools for Bottineau county found out the value of this course, and as result sent in a list of all the teachers under his supervision. The course is brief, yet comprehensive. Prof. Band lett who has charge of this course, tries to keep the pupils supplied with necessary laboratory materials con sisting of plants of the ordinary type as corn, wheat, oats etc. Weeds, in sects and birds are studied as to their relation to agriculture. The history and types of domestic animals are al so studied. The course is so arranged that one may at the same time carry on other work. Prof. Randlett will be glad to correspond with anyone re garding this work. V. G. Normal Notes. The board of trustees was in session recently.. The principal subject under discussion was the equipment for the new auditorum. On Nov. 23, a game of basket ball was played between the Normal girls and the Carrington High school. The game resulted in favor of the Normal, The score being 46 to 8. The regular school work comme ced again today, after a refreshing vaca tion from Wednesday evening Nov. 27 until Tuesday morning Dec. 3. A great many of the students spe^t their vacation at their homes. Among the students who went home were Olga Sanden, of Riverside Annie Livings ton, Mildred McMichael, Katie Mc Ka.y, Alice Sowden and Ida Nelson of Baldwin, and Ella Larson, of I3ald win spent her vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Sowden. W. B. Perry, the blind musician of Boston, gave a delightful recital"at the Armory. The selections played were of the highest class music, and he discussed each number before render ing it on the piano. He is a wonder fulmusician, as well as a master of four or five foreign languages. To-morrow evening a concert will be given by, tho Cincinnati Ladies' Cremona Orchestra. A game of basket ball between the ladies' teams of the Normal and the Science School at Wahpeton was played on Nov. 27. The Science School players were sturdy and rug ged but showed considerable lack of of training. The first half of the game was slow, but became more interesting toward the last. The game ended with a score of 23 to 7 in favor of Valley City School Notes. By Prof. Thos. G. Pleroon Pupils who were perfect in spelling for the week ending Dec. 6. Third Grade. Charlej Curfman Donald Warner Isadore Fronk Willard McKay Foster Taplin Rozella Beckerjeck Frank Curfman. Fourth Grade. Adam Roney Wava Bailey Bryan McDonald William Hanley James Iseminiger Grace Lunding Zelma Moores. King & Smith will supply you with window glass in all sizes. WHAT WOULD MAKE A NICER Xmas Present -1 AN A Heaitii- (3F Economjux^55*"^ •v Best by Toet Ticket good for 8 baths $2.00, bath without ticket 35cts. Slit re's barber shop. LOST. One Bay horse—blind in both eyes. Left my place, 10 miles west of Hope, Sunday. Party taking up same notify me. Geo. W. Roy, 3t. Hope, N. Dak. Handy Heatl A hot water bottle is in despensable in every home. Heat is nature's cure for pain and when applied will often pre vent serious .ills. We have a complete line of HOT WATER BOTTLES and are the better grades guaranteed for a year. Anew one for the asking if these prove faulty. Prices Right 15fe Gold MedeJ Pharmacy Presents Fulmer's You will have no trouble in "selection Xmas from the following lines: Hand-Painted China Silverware Cut Glass Clocks Burnt Leather Goods Jewelry Pionos & All Kinds Musical Instruments His vast voior' A Grand FREE entertainment will be given next Saturday evening at my store with 'She Ikonograph We will teach you What it is—What it does—What it costs. Don't fail to call Saturday evening. It will be time well spent. H. H. Fulmer, The Jeweler 'j: fine r- turnouts VICTOR °r EDISON T&lking Machine ESTA'BH SH n"' ft K-rr ship YOUR HID E S, UR5 WO 0p DI RECT,TO.US AND SAVE SMALL OEALERS!- PROFITS. D.BERGMAN & CO., ST.:RAULiMjNN iTo_P MARKET PRICKS, IMMEDIATE •WRITE-.FOR-PRICE-LIst Dope, fiortb Daftota. JOB PRINTING little cheaper than the other fellow. Wedding invitations, letter heads, btti head/ —iLt Cards* etC" ali GASH ffaretul Vcfvfno. Wo can- do the finest class of printing, and we receivo 1110 just a little better than seems necessary. Prompt delivery always. The Hope Dray Line O. E. DOWLING, Prop. Prompt and Accurate Service Calls attended promptly, and goods removed A without risk or injury. Garden plowing given special attention. 2 Your business solicited. HOPE, North Dakota sama careful treatment M?,V- Hfef AND JOHN DORRANCE, Xlver^, Jfeeb an& Sale Stable. URN^ sHIPPING'TAGS ..V 'iS?v4' *•«.