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BE PRESENT We want all the old patrons to be present to get their share of the bargains. A large line of fine high grade Watches Ladies and Gents at your price. This sale is under the control of the auctioneer and what he says goes. We want to sell every article, Safe, Showcases, Etc. Every Day is Ladies' Day Make your own selections early. Every article sold at auction is guaranteed as represented. Ladies are always welcome. Seats will be reserved for ladies attending the sale. Everything sold guaranteed ITS A SAFE BET That No Shop Holds Better Steaks Than Ours! We on't hold them long! All wagers are quickly settled and the steaks delivered to the pleased winners! You can bet on our steak EVERY TIME! J5he OF Minneapolis, Minn. I Woman's Club Meeting At the regular meeting of the Woman's Club, held at the home of Mrs. R. J. Washburn on Thursday Dec. 5th a very inter esting program on various educa tional and school subjects was given. Being guest day a number were in attendance besides the regular members'. Mrs. Brown's paper "Three Noted National Eduoators" de scribed very fully the life and work of Ella Flagg Young, W. H. Maxwell National commissioner oi' Education and Ed. P. Fairchild a great worker in rural school districts. In a short talk Prof, man emphasized how much more important the parents teaching 11 8U» House- Why should bijj bets always be made in a meat shopV Because the meat mau Is such a good steak holder! Star Meat Market Peter Brown, Prop. is than the teacher's who has the child only a few hours every day. He also commended the club up on Its practice of selecting mem bers to call at school. The Round. Table Discussion "Is the New Education Defec tive" led by Mrs. Shippy—show edits self defective not due to the system aJone, but "io indifferent parents, school boards, taxpay ers and inefficient teachers. Also that many of the subjects included in the course are use less to the average pupils as the greater percent of them do not continue beyond the eighth grade about ten per cent completing the high school course. The meeting was concluded with a song by three little boys. Don't forget Auction Sale. McLaughlin's $2,000 worth of these beautiful gems set in solitaire rings, brooches scarf pins, cuff buttons and with other precious stones are to be sold at this closing out sale. $.1,000 IN CVT CLASS No article was ever placed in a home that added so much to its AT MCLAUGHLIN S JEWELRY STORE Will close out my jewelry business, I take this means of disposing of my stock. Every article will be under the auctioneers hammer. Sale opens Thursday, December 19th, 1912 and will continue until the entire stock is sold. Sale opens daily at 2*30 and 7*30 P. M. $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 You can make your selection from this beautiful stock of nearly $10,000.00 of staple and leading lines in Jewelry, •Diamonds, Watches,- Silverware, Clocks, Cut glass, and Hand painted China, in fact everything in my stock all selected with the utmost care for our trade, can be bought at your own price. DIAMONDS )©e©e©®®©ee©e®e©eees©©©o©f Locals As We Heard Them S99®39SSSSS9«SS»SSSSeSS90? See Fullmer's Christmas Ad. Don't miss Monday night the 23 rd. Remember the Yeoman Ball on New Years eve. Ed. W. Hanson spent Sunday in Fargo and Casselton. McLaughlin, Jeweler and Op tician, has his ad in this issue. Attend the'Grand Ball at the Hope Opera House, Dec. 20th. Husome's Orchestra. Every Day is Ladies' Day- NOW is the time to buy your CHRISTMAS presents. Come and get your share. Having secured one of the Best Known Jewelry Auctioneers in the United States, the sale will be in his charge. It will do you good to hear him! Auctioneer Bergh Make This Your Dance at the Opera House, Fri day, Dec. 20th, Husome's Or chestra. Sarah Mildred Willmer, Lec ture Course, Monday night at the City Hall. Go to Fulmer's Jewelry Store and find out the particulars. Hud will tell you. Miss May Kersting spent Sat urday night in this city as a guest at the Ed. W. Hanson home Mrs. Stewart, of Lidgerwood, N. Dak is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Stiles. The Misses Schweitzer spent Sunday Dec. 8th at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Kersting. Will Abbott and family left Monday evening for DeKalb, 111. where they will spend the winter visiting with relatives. Everybody will have a glorious time at the Yeoman JBall on Dec ember 31st at the Hope Opera House. You are invited. The Yoeman Lodge, will give their annual Ball on New Years beauty and richness. Your friends and neighbors call and if there is a piece of cut glass in the room it is the first article to catch the eye. Why? Because there is someth ing there that pleases. My im rnense stock, the largest ever seen in Hope, will be sold at public auc tion. McLAUGHUNlewelr*Store eve, Dec. 31st at the Hope Opera House. Everybody invited. When you have a bilious attack give Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They are excellent. For sale by all dealers. Board and Room at the Hotel Major, $6.00 per week, single $5.00 per week double Table Board, $4.50. Bob Farris left Sunday morn ing for Spokane, Wash., where he will join the Applegates on railroad construction work. Fred N. Lang leaves Friday evening for Indiana where he will join Mrs. Lang and baby, going from there to California. A reader who pleases and who can give a full evening's program alone successfully, Miss Willmer at the City Hall Monday night. There will be a Christmas Tree for the children of Hope at the opera house on Christmas eve. Everybody is invited to be present. The Skating Rink opened Mon day night with a good attend ance. The Band was on hand and furnished plenty of music for the skaters. Henry Plaine, who was operat ed on by Dr. Hedding, in Min neapolis, on Friday of last week, is doing nicely and expects to arrive home on Saturday. Those who heard Miss Willmer at the Valley City Chautauqua last summer will be glad to know that she will appear on the Lecture Course Monday night. Robert McLaughlin is the proud father of a boy who ar-' rived at his home on Friday, December 13th. We fail to see where Friday the Thirteenth was unlucky in this case. Mrs. Ed. S. Fawcett recently returned from Grand Forks where she had been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Black, and family who have de parted for the Pacific coast where they will spend the winter. Now is the time to lay in your Winter's supply of hard coal See Ed. W. Hanson. (Make it soft, Ed, and we'll fall for it: but nix on the hard stuff. We have pulled the pin, By Gravy). Mrs. W. L. Houseman was cal led to her home in York State last Friday by a telegram stat ing that her sister was danger ously ill. Since arriving at her destination she has sent word of improvement in her sister's con dition. John Carpenter, who has been devoting a large share of his time to raising thoroughbred Yorkshire Hogs, recently went to Hunter and returned with the famous A. C. Boer. He is es pecially fortunate in securing this animal to head his herd. Martin Carlson and family, ac cording to a letter received from them recently, are safely located at Troy, Idaho and they are well pleased with the country. They have a small orchard and forty acres of cleared land and the balance of their land is covered with timber. At the time of writing December 6th they were still able to plow. There will be a special Christ mas program given at the Methodist church Sunday even ing at 7:30. The pastor will be assisted by the children of the Sunday School and Junior League. Christmas songs will be sung and the Christmas story told in Bible verses and hymns. A special offering will be taken for the Children's Ward of As EDITORIAL Having decided to close out my business, I will give the public an opportunity to purchase their Xmas presents, and articles with which to beautify their homes, by putting every article in my immense stock under the hammer and giving you a chance to buy goods at your price. Never Before have the people of this community had such an opportunity and never will again. No matter what part of the country you live in, it will pay you to come to this sale, when you can buy goods at your own price. CHRISTMAS Store bury Hospital, Minneapolis, are invited. All Hal Baldwin, who has spent the past year in our city as General Manager of the State Lumber Co's. yards left last evening for Denver, Colo., where he has accepted a position with a substantial advance in salary. His place here will be filled by Mr. Dalton who arrived sever al days ago and has been get ting a line on the work prepari tory to taking the position. After a steady run of over fourteen months the light plant was shut down Saturday night and until ten o'clock Sunday night. The cause was a blister on the boiler. When the word was passed around Saturday that there would be no lights that evening there was a general rush on the part of all to rush the oil can and get a few candles There was no show at the Bijdfr Saturday night and no chiufth services Sunday night. For Sale Cheap Two wind mills, complete-one with 50 ft. tower and one with 40 ft. tower. For full particu lars see A. S. Davis. tf FOR RENT—The residenoe pro perty now occupied by Peter Brown on Steele Ave. will be for rent December 1st. T. M. Major. For Sale—Pure bred Mam moth Bronze Turkeys. Let m® know your wants early. Birds delivered now or later. Also a few extra good R. I. Red Cock erals. C. R. Palfrey, tf. Hope, N. D.