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ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft No. 36 Everything: Must Qo on &***************& ft EXTRA SPECIAL FOR Saturday, November 29th! 3 A Pounds Granulated Stigar with every I purchase of other merchandise to I the amount of $5 or more. One-fifth to one-half off on good, dependable merchandise. Come and take advantage of the big bargains now being offered. KRAABEL & KRAABEL'S HOPE and COLGATE, NORTH DAKOTA. ®4444444444444441 The Crows will present "Mar ried in Haste," at the opera house, Nov. 29. (Adv.) ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft $ Annual sale and supper, Con gregational Aid, December 10. (Adv.) Rozella Beekerjeck lias been absent the past few days. Mi's. Wheeler visited in the "fades recently. The lirst and second grades are pre paring to give a Thanksgiving pro gram together Wednesday afternoon. Adam Major called at tiie office Tuesday. R. E. Hey ward, state high school in spector, was li town Wednesday night and Thursday of last week. Mr Hoy ward, with the hoard of education, made a thorough examination of our ventilating system and basement fa cilities, and plans will soon be started for improvements. Two divisions have been made of the class in high school spelling. Cassell reported for basket ball practice Saturday The team immedi ately looked larger. Trammel 1 is putting up a classy game at center, jumping better and shooting more accurately., Floyd Reynolds was elected mana ger of the basket ball team at a recent meeting of the athletic association. Floyd is in the Held early for games, but reports that few teams have be gun practice yet. Stedman's Anthology has been ad ded to our reference lidrary. Messrs. Cole and Roe are making repairs at the Gray school. A 12-foot blackboard has been placed in the domestic science room. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Standley and Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Lunding enter tained the members of the faculty at dinner at the Standley residence Tues day evening. The seventh grade is preparing a program for Thanksgiving. James' assell is spending a few days at home nursing a sprained ankle. The high school basket ball team is fast rounding into shape, and gives promise of a faster aggregation than last year. F. Ray is the only member of last year's team who is not back this year. Fullmer has developed into a speedy guard, and will doubtless fill Frank's position acceptably. Frank's floor work will be missed, but HOPE, STEELE COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, NOVEMBER 27TH, 1913 Get in the "Grab Bag." You are Sure to Get Your Money's Worth! Another Chance to Get a Hat at Bargain Prices! Another Chance to Get Overshoes and Rubbers! SCHOOL NOTES. SALE= SATURDAY. NOV THE WARNER STORE 0. T. HART, Proprietor Another Chance to Get a First-class Clean Shirt! the team playing together much better than last yenr and their team work will count. The first high school game of the son will be played Thanksgiving af ternoon at with a team from the Fargo V. M. J. A. The expenses of this game will be larger than usual, and it i-5 hoped that all the friends of the high school will come to the game, A good, fast, clean game is assured, and we need your assistance Every body come. The game will be called at sharp, as the visiting team lakes the 0:20 train. Prices 25 and 15 IV Ills. 11. S. hanksuivinu kouram. Instrumental Solo -La Miserere Verdi Alice Carpenter. Chorus—The Anvil Charms Verdi High School. Reading of Thanksgiving Pro clamation— James Cassell. Instrumental Solo—Valse Caprice— William Hanley Reading—"Out of Old Aunt Mary's" Riley Rozella Beckerjeck. Duet— Seraph, Merton Trammel, Floyd Reynolds. Reading—"De Circus Turkey, Harry Pepper. Solo—"A Perfect Day" Bond Floyd Reynolds. Chorus—A nchored, High School. Santa Clause will be at Fulmer's Variety Store on Saturday, Dec. 6th, 1913. Every Child is invited. (Adv.) A Night of Terror. Few nights are more terrible than that of a mother lookiDg on her child choking and gasping for breath dur an attack of croup, and nothing the house to relieve it. Many mothers have passed nights of terror in this situation A little forethough will en able you to avoid all this. Chamber lain's Cough remedy is a certain cure for croup and has never been known to fail. Keep it at hand For sale by all dealers—Adv, Detective William J. Burns WOMAN'S CLOD PROGRAM. Thursday, Decernbr 4ih. PEACE MOVEMENT. Leader—Mrs. F. C. Martin. Response:—Current Events. The Hague Tribunal Mrs. T. M. Major. The Era of Universal Peace—Mrs. G. L. Smith. Reading. Song. "Music which gentler oil the spirit lies, Than tired eyelids on tlreil eyes." --Tennyson. THE AUXILUARY LITERARY CLUB Will meet at the home of Mrs. Pepper on Tuesday, December 2d. The fol lowing program will be given: AMERICAN HUMORISTS. Leader—Miss Clouston. Roll Call—Quotations from Humor ists. IN THE EXPOSURE OF THE LAND SWINDLER I THREE REELS FEATURING: The Celebrated Detective Wm. J. Bums and the Premier Motion Picture Actress, Alice Joyce The Bijou Theatre Friday and Saturday, Dec. Parliamentary Drill—Conducted by Mrs. Shippy. Paper: Mark Twain—Mrs. Jessie White. Readings from Foley—Miss Iverson. Readings from Eliza Calvert Hall— Miss Kruempel. Instrumental Music—Miss Joslyn. Critic—Mrs. A. E. Nelson. Price 5 Cts. fujNnnaeui TWO DAYS 5th and 6th. TiMii wliaiw BMBI« BROADLAWN (LUB. The second meeting of the 15road-, lawn Farmers' Club was held at the home of Mr. Fred Dresher, on the eve ning of November 21st. There were one hundred and ten present, which more than doubles the membership. The entire program was excellent, but papers, one by Mrs. Jones, the other by Mr. Mcl-'herson, deserve special mention. They were written, clear, concise and to the point. The program was as follow.-*: Song—"America,-' by the Club. Paper—"Rotation of Crops," Mr. VIcPherson. Duet—Misses Dresher and Enge. Recitation (selected)—Wava I'laine. Recitation (selected)-— Phebe Eggert. Piano Solo—Miss Dresher Talk—"'What the Club Can Do," Rev. Haas. Talk—"Some Stock We Should Raise," A, E. Nelson. Song (selected) -Frank Austin. Duet—Misses Dresher and Enge. Song—"Home, Sweet Home,'' the Club. The next meeting will be held on December 5th.