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h1 *W d*» ,* J& sl 1 f- geaessAoeseeeoeesoeeeeseei \A/ We will list your lands for sale. For particulars, terms, Ac. call upon, or write us. 8 M. B. Cassell &Co. SHERBROOKE, N. DAK. 8s©e®®® !©e®®s©©©©©©p©©e©©s Shotvvell Floral Co. \rou will find me at the old stand prepared to serve any kind of short-order meals at any time of the day. Fresh Bread—baked everyday Fancy Bread, RoHsandPaatry r"*V' S. $vT vt* &* $*A 50 lbs. of Sugar Save up $40.00 in cash receipts from our store, return to us and re ceive the SUGAR. Be sure and get your receipt at time of making pur chase you CAN NOT get them later. prepare and VV 8 furnish a b- 8 streets of title to lands We make loans secured by first mortg-ag-e upon real es tate at reasonable rates. I Automobiles Overland $985 & $1475 Rambler 0toss t^" IPlIt vl ..U'ltMl n*da°: Growers of Plants,Cut Flowers, &c. Funeral Designs made up on short notice. Phone or write us Night or Day. •41-tr. Send for Catalogue. The Hope Bakery Ferdinand Grams, Prop. 0ountry The Beat Automobiles in their respective classes. TWINE Deering Brand. Every ball guaranteed as to length, strength and year of manufacture. Something you don't get on other twines. See this Twine. Ri M* I a j&Vs. !l! We make a specielty of Vulcanizing inner tubes. All our work guaran teed. Gasoline, Oils and Supplies always on hand. GOFFE & BEMIS 31, W. STANDLEY.... $ JjJ AUCTIONEER, HOPE N. D. jli (L3 u-3'esjjrece.) M\ ifc ft aales made anywhere. it/ xit All details attended to ffV & in arranging your sale. |J| Write or phone me at jjjjj my expense for dates. $1875 We solicit your trade on the above special lines, in each class the hest the market affords. Don't forget however that we sell "Everything in Farm Machinery" also harness. Our Luverne house carries a complete line of Hardware. See the Hope Implement Co. before buying. Hope Implement Hope and L*\xverne N. D. Locals As We Heard Them Formaldehyde guaranteed40% 25c pound at Wamberg's A number of the high school athletes journeyed to Parge last Friday evening and took in the track meet. Supt of the Northern Division of the G. N-, and two Farming experts, were in this city Mon day looking over the situation. Miss Eva Grant who has been visiting at the Cassell home] the past week departed Monday morning for her home at Rugby. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, of Poison, Mont., visited at the Kraabel home the first of the week. They are en route for Chicago. Mrs. John Miners, accom panied by her two children, ar rived last week from Hillyard Wash., and is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Rose Cyrus. Messrs. Schuldt, Goffe, Robt. McLaughlin and A. E. Warner went to Fargo the other day in Ed Schult's automobile, return ing on the train. Ed is figuring on trading for a new car. If you want up-to-date Parisian styles, go to Miss Reed. She will show you the latest and give you full value for your money. Special prices on Saturday. Ask to see the famous "Stewart" corset. The work on the city hall is progressing very rapidly, the wall being up to the second story. Judging from what has been done so far, it will be a handsome building and greatly improve the appearance of Steele Ave. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Stark on Fri day afternoon. Ail members are requested to be nresent as there is important business to come before the meeting. The foliow iner meeting will be held on Sat urday, May 31st, and a memorial program given. Mrs. A. M. McLaughlin en tertained formally Tuesday afternoon in honor of her daugh ter-in-law. Mrs. Agustus Mc Laughlin. Cards were sent to about a hundred friends for the occasions The spacious home was artistically decorated will) cut flowers and potted plants. Light refreshments were served. The Fire Department was cal led out last Friday to pub out a small blaze in Doc Washburn's barn. The tire-extinguishers from the school house did the business before the apparatus arrived. Judge Li verm ore, after looking over the situation thoroughly, decided that the tire was due to excessive sparking around the school house. We don't know how the judge knows Threshers and Gas Tractors Avery, Twin Pity, Hart-Parr, Nichols & Sheppard Gasoline, Kerosene or Steam Engines Standard cylinder or big cylinder Threshers SILOS'": The Famous "Saginaw" It can't colapse, patented angle supports it. Special, inducements for orders prior to June 1st. Attend the Bijou Theatre. The Hope Implement Co wants your business. See their ad. D. W. McKellips and baby went to Fargo Monday evening. Special Sale Saturday at Fullmer's store. McLaughlin the Jeweler, talks about Graduation Presents. See his ad. Miss Ora Donahue left Mon day evening for a short visit at Waldon. The best spring tonic. Hot Springs Blood Remedy at Warn berg's Drug Store. Handkerchief Sale, 5c and 10c. Come early and get 37our choice at Fullmer's Store. R. F. Brown, of Chicago, is spending the summer in this city with his pai*ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Brown, in their beautiful little home on Kidder Ave. He came here from Omaha after spending the winter in Col orado. Although a large amount of clean up work has been done by the residents of our city there are still a number of places that that have not received any at tention as yet. The cleaning up of these spots will not only help these places but will add to the appearance of those already cleaned. Sufficient notice has been given by the authorities and now is the time to get busy. A very pleasant social event of last week was one at the home of Mrs. M. B. Cassell, when she entertained the ladies of this city who had formerly been resi dents of Clifford, in honor of her guest, Miss Eva Grant. The guests were Mesdames Guuib, Tillotsou, Kraabel and Bowen. The afternoon was pleasantly spent in talking over old times Delightful refreshments were served. THE DAY OF RECKONING There was an implement deal er in N. D. who had a Swedish clerk, and one day he sent him out to collect a number of bills, all long overdue. He returned with all the bills unpaid, and re ported as follows: "Yon Yonson he say he vill pay ven he sell his veat Yiin Yones he pay ven he sell his corn Yalee Yackson ven he sell his hogs Ole Olson ven lie sell his steers and Mike Plannery say he vill pay in Yanuary." "Good!" broke in the boss. "There's some hope there for that's the first time that Mike Flannery ever set a date .for set tlement. Are you really sure he said that he would pay in Jan uary?" "Veil, Ay tank so," was the reply. "Pie say it- ba von cold day ven you get dat inoney. Ay tank dat ba in Yanuary." The Journal Hears from Leo Lang MeVille Journal: The Journal was in receipt of along letter this week from Leo L. Lang at Los Angeles, Cal., in which Leo states in his usual good dictation how prosperous his country looked—a splendid fruit crop in sight. He states that the locality around his home which was nearly a wilderness three years ago is now a city suburb. His father has just completed a new home next door About $250,000 have been spent in piping water from the moun tains making every inch of land about of value. His brother, Fred and family, are with the Langs but,expects to locate in Los Angeles soon. M. D. Brund age, formerly of Tolna, is in charge of a job printing estab lishment in*the big city, which Leo saysi is growing to be a city of a million people. He still in sists on his MeVille friends stop ping off at his country home in 1915 while visiting the big fair at San Francisco. We think Mr. and Mrs. Lang will be made twice glad as we have heard some people .mention that they would go to the fair as they ex pected to get cheap board while staying around Los Angeles— we presume they meant to stop 1 at. Leo's place. FOR I N 13 S I N iy tjrs Special Sales in Furniture Occur in my store every day, because I have a complete line, excellent in quality, such as Dining Room Sets Bed Room Sets Parlor Sets Tables Chairs Book Cases Writing Desks Buffets Dressers Etc. Portieres Window Shades Rugs Carpets Lace Curtains Etc. Come in and let me show you the stock, as there are some nice Bargains awaiting you. E. D. Washburn Our Business is to Make Money IOU SUITS SHOES HATS CAPS And other Men's Fur nishings. A complete and pleasing line. Get a Roswelle Hat C. G. Warner, Hope, N. Dak. NOTICE TO Dairymen I will conduct a CREAM STATION for the R. E. COBB Co., St. Paul9 Minn. after MAY 2nd, 1913, in the back part of the Pool Hall. Will do the Testing according to the State Laws and Regulation. As soon as cream is tested you will receive check for same. Will test 3 days out of every week, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, but will take cream at any time. Would like to have you give us a trial. Henry Wult. •l f\ I & FOR US Here is How We Can Do It We make a specialty of First Mortgage Farm loans, making them at the lowest rates, and placing amounts as high as $3,000 per quarter section. We write your insurance of all kinds in best of companies. We will pay you 0 on Time Deposits We give you the benefit of our advice and council in your business dealings. Our aim is to make your business profitable. Let us be of service. The Hope National Bank Resources $300,000 ti