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iiO Christmas Presents Our line of Holiday Goods are. now ready for your in spection. This year we arc showing by far the largest and finest line ever seen in Dickinson. Fifteen years experience in h'.ivinjr Christmas Goods has taught us to avoid the cheap and trashy goods with which most stores are crowded. Our stock represents the cream of the American and European markets. You are cordially invited to call and examine our line be fore buying. MCDONALD & POMROY, Leading Druggists. Dickinson Opera House FRANK KIHM MGR. Doors open at 8:30, Curtain 8:30 sharp. COMING EVENTS: Firemen's Dance, Dec. 31. High School, Jan. 6. Stoves of the Mines, Jan. 27. DICKINSON PRESS. TWO DOLLARS A YEAE. Saturday, DeC. 19, 1903. Harry Annear is in from his ranch. Fashion plates free at Roquette's. 10-31-tf Green and red sugar sand for sale at The Ideal. 12-lg-it. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson have another son. Miss Juliette Floody is teaching Rich ardton school No. 3. Wagon cover-?, tarpaulins ami tents at McCloy K: Senour's. 4-lQ-tf 3 in the citv this John Gruher was week. Store, porch and window awnings at McCloy & Senour's. 4-iQ-tf Born, to Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Young, Dec. 11, a daughter. Eastern barrel apples, S4 per barrel, at Drenkel's. n-7-tf The mild weather this week has been pleasing to tlie stockmen. Examine the S5 camp stoves at Mc Cloy Sr ScnourY. 4-19-tf S. E. Egge of Halliday was in Dickin son the first of the week. Columbia condensed cream, Der 10 cts can, at Scofield's. 11-28 tf Col. A. 1'. Peake of Valley City was in Dickinson on Wednesday." A. S. Mischell of Richardton was in Dickinson last Saturday. A most complete line of boys' suits at A. T. Crowl & Co.'s. 12-5-tf The plasterers arc finishing on the Mc Cloy it Si'iiotir building this week. 100 dozen handkerchiefs to select from at Roquette's. The ladies of St. John's guild have a few Christinas articles on sale at Mrs. Langdon's. National Whip Co. Whips on sale at Hart's, conceded to be the best in the world. 1031-tf C. R. Lenhart of the Mandan Mer cantile Co. went to Washburn this week to visit a brother. Try one of those Pearson neck yoke centers for sale by Christ Pederson. I2-5-3L Marcus Dauenhauer of Richardton was in the city on Wednesday to make homestead proof. Steel plugged, neverslip every other kind of horse shoes at Christ Pederson's. 12-5-31 Peter Mayer, Joseph Hipp and Anton Andiss each made homestead final proof last Saturdey.. Now is the time for a good pair of bob sleds. Geo. Drenkel has them for sale. "Deere & Webbers." i2-5t-f W. B". H-nve went to the Cannon Ball Wednesday afternoon to look after his cattle and sheep. A great bargain sale in ladies', misses, and children's cloaks and jackets at A. T. Crowl & Co.'s. 12-5-tf German Lutheran service next Sunday. Christmas service at 7: 30 Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Peck of Belfield were in Dickinson on Wednesday. If you want choice Christmas cigars by the box call on O. B. Frankenberg. 12-19-it. F. A.- Little and T. H, Myran made homestead final proofs this week. Mail orders for Xmas goods promptly filled at The Ideal confectionery store. I2-IQ-I Dr. Seigfreidt was returning to Wibaux 1 Tu -sday from a visit in Chicago. A very dainty line of ladies' handker chiefs at A. T. Crowl &. Co.'s. 12-12-31 12-5-tf There are still several copies of Pear son for free distribution at this office. Comb honey, pound frames, 20 cts. each, at Scofield's. 11-28-tf p. m. Dec. 25. At the M. E. chnrch. Commissioner Lowery was down Irom Medor 1 on Wednesday. Mrs. Loivery was in the city the first of the week. Our ladies' silk waists arc certainly swell, and they make excellent Christ mas gifts. Roquette Bros. 12-5-tf R. H. Johnson, Ed. Jones, Peter Stults and T. N. Hartung are back from Grand Forks. Mr. Jones was one of the jurors in the famous Murphy case. We sell Violins, Mandolins, Guitars, Accordeons, etc., also strings for all in struments. McDonald & Pomroy. i2-i2tf General Hughes was an eastern pass enger on Tuesday. His son George had just returned to Glefidive from a Minnea polis visit. Sheriff J. W. Goodali went to Frago on Friday to attend a meeting of the Elks. J. F. Brodie expected to go down in the evening. I have some very nice dress hats I am selling very cheap, also street hats at less than cost. Come and see them at Miss Murn's. i2-iq-2t Nick Rothsciiillerof Richardton wants people to call at his blacksmith shop and see his new stock. He is also doing gun repairing. In buying neverslip calks why not buy the best and most convenient—the square shoulder neverslip calk for sale by Christ Pederson. 12-5-31. Facinators—ice wool ones, long scarfs, square fancv shawls in white and colors. Roquette Bros. 12-5-tf At Taylor it looks as though at least two new store buildings would be erected in the spring. The bank building will also be commenced in the early spring. Mrs. S. S. Sutherland returned Thurs day night from an extended visit in Col orado. She came via Washington, vis iting a brother, Dr. Carver, at North Yakima. Our experience has taught us that the best goods are always the cheapest in .the jewelry line—if you haven't learned it buy some of the cheap kind, then buy som of ours—wait a little while—the next time you'll buy the good kind at T. j. Greene & Co.'s, opticians, jewelers aUd engravers. 12-ig-it 12-5-tf The New Salem post office will be made a presidential office January 1. When you buy an underskirt buy the best"Sorosis". A. T. Crowl & Co. 12-5-tf Mrs. Emma McCloy is visiting rela tives in the east and may go south later. All kinds of candies, fruit, nuts, cigars and tobaccos at The Ideal confectionery store. !2-iQ-it A. H. Dieters has bought lot 8, block of Fulton Burnett for $200. Fink's Chocolates are the best made. Sold only by McDonald & Pomroy. I2-I2-tf Beautiful Japanese ware gifts at L. A. Davis & Son's. for Xmas I2-I9.2t. Miss Hazel Mathews of New England fractured a leg the first of the week while coasting. Choice cigars by the box—for Christ mas—special price to close out. O. B. Frankenberg. i2-i9-it. Miss Gladys Pease, teacher at New England has a 2-weeks' vacation at her home near Richardton. Pure buckwheat flour at Scofield's. Do the adulteration and mixing to suit yourself. n-28-tf On the 9th, nine boy companions sup- prised Reginald Langdon, it being his 9th birthday. Extraordinary bargains in ladies', misses' and Children's jackets at Mrs. J. L. Brown's. I2-I2*3t W. H. Morris of 2806 east E street, Tacoma, thinks that Washington and Colorado winters are all right. A fine line of gents' mufflers is shown at Mrs. J. L. Brown's store prices from 20 cents to $1.25 each. !2-i2-3t Mrs. F. 5. Baird of Taylor visited with her daughter Mrs. W. A. Kirbv of this city during the week. Special Christmas order of beautiful china at L. A. Davis & Son's. An es pecially fine line of salad sets. 12-19-21. R. J. Turner, state commissioner of agriculture, has issued a new statistical map of North Dakota. Seventy five pounds of "taffy" at 15c 3cr pound to be sold at The Ideal on Saturday. 12-19-it An ideal Christmas present for the ladies' is a dress or waist pattern. You can find them at A. T. Crowl & Co.'s. 12-5-ft. There will be an orchestra dance at the opera bouse Christmas night. Tickets Sl.on. A good time guaranteed. We are showing a select line of jewel ry at very low prices, every article posi tively guaranteed. 12-I2tf. per cent. Mrs. Will Carroll and sister, Miss Katherine Connolly, returned on Thurs day from an extended visit in Faribault, Minn. In order to close out our stock of boys' coasters, we are selling them at a very low price while they last. McCloy & Senour. 12-19-tf Sam Vaagan of Taylor was in the city the first of the week with his little daughter who needed treatment for one of her eyes. All the new canned goods, vinegar, boiled cider and catsups, and maple syrups, at Scofield's are guaranteed to comply with the pure food law. 11-28-tf Ladies' Handkerchiefs—an elegant line just received at Mrs. J. L. Brown's. Prices from 5 cents to $1.50 each. 12-12-3t B. Connell of South Heart was in the city last Saturday between trains. Mr. Connell has native cattle and is only feeding the calves and few of the weak cattle. We have a small but well-selected line of jewelry and can sell you just what you wish for a pretty Xmas gift. L. A. Davis & Son. 12-29-21. A nice rocking chair is always an ac ceptable CkrMtnas gift. L. A. Davis & Son have a MW lime. i2-ig-2t. Andrew Nuict, one of the new coiners at Taylor, ft«dl plMty of carpenter work at that place and expects to see a good many buildings erected there another ason. Books make ideal Christmas presents We have the largest stock ever shown in Dickinson. McDonald & Pomroy. I2-I2tf Buy a buggy neck yoke fitted with Pearson's center and patent end attach ment at Christ Pedersoh's. 12-5-31. Albert Torgerson recently returned from the copper regions in Alaska. He has been away three years and will re turn north after visiting his relatives and friends in this county. In your search for Christmas gifts you 3. useful I2-5-t McCall's paper patterns 10c and 15c. No sending away we have them in stock Roquette Bros. 12-5-tf will find very appropriate am things at Roquette s. A cup and saucer in pretty Japanese china is a dainty and useful Christmas gift. L. A. Davis & Son have a fine line from which to make your selection. 12-l9-2t. When in need of warm felt shoes and overshoes don't fail to go to Mrs. I. L. Brown's for tbem. They are selling these goods at a discount of I2-I2-3t 10 per cent, Where do you buy your stationery? If you don't buy of us you don't get the best. New line just received. McDon ald & Pomroy. 12-12-tf The N. P. gives the Dickinson teachers a rate of a fare and one-third for their holiday trip home. Teachers and pupils of all schools can have the same rate. The prize box at "The Ideal," is a beauty—to be given free to the one making the largest purchase on Satur day. It is worth trying for. 12-12-21, Now is the time to buy that Xmas gift before the best things are picked out by your neighbor. Now you be the one to pick that best thing at T. J. Greene & Co's., Opticians, Jewelers and Engravers. 11-7-tf At a recent meeting of El Zagat Tem ple, Nobles of the Mystic shrine at Fargo, the following were elected repre sentatives to the Imperial Council which meets in Atlantic City in June—J. Frank Treat, L. B. Hanna, George Pirie and J. E. Phelan-* We are not cutting prices or selling shoes at special sales oncg* 'in a while, but we are selling good shoes cheaper than any place in the city, every day in the week. Remember the' .place and save money. C. S. tangdon. 11-21-tf If you want a piece of the best cut glass,solid silverware, solid golcfrj'ewelry, a high grade watch or clock, a fine dia mond ring, broach, or anything good in the line you can get it at T. J. Greene & Co.'s, opticians, jewelers and engravers, 13-19-Lt. All kinds of fancy boxes at the "Ideal-' Sold with candy only. i2-i2-2t. Beautiful line of ladies' and gents' linen handkerchiefs, also a splendid as sortment of gents' silk mufflers at A. T. Crowl & Co. 12-12-tf The North Dakota educational asso ciation will hold its annual meeting at Grand Forks December 29,30 and 31. Supt. Delia Spears will be in attendance '"The Ideal" has a few school and stenographer tablet, for sale, also a few boxes of choice writing-paper. Look them over. The most satisfactory article for a Christmas pacsent is a kodak. We have a full line—$1 t« $25. 21 degrees below zero. There was but little wind and people hardly realized that the temperature was so low. What is nicer to give your wile for a Christmas gift, than one of the elegant carving sets to be had at McCloy & Senour's. 12-19-21 The largest sale of taffy ever know in the city took place at The Ideal last Saturday which proves that it is the popular place for first-class, fresh goods. A few of the dustless floor brushes have been left at McCloy & Senour's for sa)e They will sweep 'a floor without raising any dust what ever. 12-19-tf Supt. W. G. Clark'of the Little Mis souri Horse Co. returned the past week from Chicago and points east. He was in attendance at the live stock show. If you want Angora hoods for your little girls, Miss Mum will make them for you. Miss Murn has a very nice line of uuderwear, hosiery, mittens and fas cinators for ladies and children. 12-19-21 R. S. Brookings returned recently from the Devils Lake country where he had been to examine government survey work on the Indian reservation. Don't forget to go to Hawkinsen & Cole, they will show you something new in collar and cuffs, also some new hand kerchief kimonas suitable for Xmas presents. 12-19-11. The ladies of the St. Patrick's Altar Society will hold a food and Christmas apron "sale this (Saturday) evening at Miss Murn's millinery parlors. Hot coffee will be served. Our stock is McDonald & Pomroy. Mrs. J. L. Brown is closing out her en tire stock of Men's and Boy's overcoats at a discount of from to te 20 3 times larger than ever before but every day sees some of the best things gone—if you wait you'll miss them. T. J. Greene 8: Co., Opticians, Jewelers and Engravers. I2-IQ-lt. Our motto is "we will treat you right," boih in prices, qualitv of goods and cour teous treatment. Give us a call and prove for yourself that we are all we represent ourselves to be. "The Ideal". -12-2t. Xmas will soon be here and you will need something good to eat in the line of swee:s. The Ideal has the finest stock of candies in the city and our prices are always right. 12-19-it Christmas eve, begining at 8 o'clock, there will be a Xmas tree and an enter tainment, rendered by the Sunday school at the Methodist church. Considerable work has been put on the programme and we hope it will be a good one. All are cordially invited. Slippers, mufflers, street hats, fine shoes, opera shawls, kid gloves, handker chiefs, etc. are among the useful Xmas articles at Langdon's and the prices will fit your purees. 12-19-tf G. F. Fischer, late of Howard Lake, Minn., has bought four blocks just south of the stowe addition, between the road leading tojthe Heart riverjbridge and the flouring mill. It is understood that a fine class of brick buildings are to be erected in these blocks and that no wood structure will be permited. There is still a supply of fine hand painted porcelain at Mrs. J. L. Brown's which they give as a present ot those buying for cash at their store. Don't fai 1 to ask for the trade tickets when making your purchase. In selecting holiday goods it will be well before purchasing to see A. E. Voegeli's stock of jewelry, watches, silverware, etc. He has a fine assort ment of high grade goods and is selling them at moderate prices. 12-5-tf Miss Jean Auld entertained a large company of her young friends Monday night to celebrate her birthday. The young people had a merry time at games and enjoyed as thoroughly the dainty supper provided by their hostess. The guests presented Miss Jean with a fine opal ring tad several other tokens ot their friendship. Miss Deoe, organist of St. Joseph's church graduate of The Reyal Conser vatory of Music, Leipzig, Gtrmany, is ready to instruct in panio, organ, voice and German. Recommendations can be seen at Miss McKenzie's confection ery store. Room: Mrs. Christ Peder son's. Phone 199-3 12-12-41 While in the east, recently Rev. J. H. Dobbyn rector of the Episcopal church of this city keeping in mind the welfare ol his friends here, procured a handsome silver communion cup which on his re turn he presented to the Methodist Episcopal church. His kindness will no doubt provoke the ladies of that church to g^t the additional pieces of a com munion set. The readers of the PRESS will find in the Ad of the Hub Clothing Co. Remember we engrave your purchase free—if you buy early—don't wait till the last day—you may not get what you want and may not get it engraved. 12-iQ.it. T, J. Grcen! & Co., Opticians, Jewelers and Engr.ivi-rs Services at the Methodist Episcopal church bt-gin at 10:4?, you ask,"—Mark 12-12-21 McDonald & Pomroy, leading drugists. i2-f2-tf A cold wave struck here Saturday night and the mercury dropped to I do? 12-12-31 Captain and Mrs. Auld were shocked to receive a wire Thursday that their daughter Blanche—Mrs. J. W. Dood— diea Wednesday at her home in Seattle. They had not known that she was ill No particulars were given in the message. Mrs. Dodd's many girlhood friends will mourn with her stricken family. 3 puz zles, which if we understand, commer cially mean 1, A Big Stock Bills to Meet 2, Large 3, No Bank account. "No Cats" must mean their stock is fre quently turned over so it has been un necessary to introduce cats, which ani mals so often bring grief to clean stocks, It means A Staight Cut of 20 25 d°worth per cent. It means of NEW MERCHANDISE for 15 dollars. We understand nothing is excepted in their fine line of clothing, overcoats, sweaters, silk mufflers, a lot of shoes, etc. It seems a pity a sacrifice of this kind must be made en new merchandise but we hope it will bring about the de sired results. 12-19-1 The work of the fall term closed Fri day night and all the schools have a two weeks' vacation over Christmas and New Year's. Hard work on the part of both teachers and pupils have character ized the term just closed and all will enjoy the holiday, feeling that they have earned it. It is hoped the new wing will be ready for occupancy when school re-opens so that the grading may be more satisfactory and none of the rooms crowded as has been necessary during the term just closed. Prin. Davidson has a large amonnt of extra school work to attend to during the holiday vacation, but he hopes to be able to attend the educational meeting in Grand Forks next -week. Miss Cou ture expects to spend her vacation in the city. Miss Thomson goes to New Rockford and Miss Benedict, if she leaves the city, will go to the same place. Miss Outram goes to her home in Tower City, and Min Featherstone and Miss Whitcher will go to their homes inValley City. Miss Anderson goes to her home in Jamestown, and Miss Peterson goes to Buffalo. Miss Libbey goes to Red Wing, Minn., and Miss Allen to St. Paul Mrs. Richards will be the guest of Mrs. A. L. Martin at Sentinel Butte. Miss Pauline Scofield expects to visit in Glen dive and Miss Wilmot who goes to her Minnesota hoioe will not return. "Ye know not what 10-37 is the text for the morning discourse. In the evening following the Epworth League which mei ts at 6:30, "Elijah and the Ravins" will be subjcct of discourse. Joseph I.eicht, publisher of German papers at Winona, Minn., was in Dickin son the past week and decided that he would put a paper in (or the Germans of Stark and adjoining counties. The new paper will be printed in Winona for the present. Mr. Leicht will visit Dickinson again a month or two later and make a thorough canvass for subscribers. Quality considered we sell you goods in our line cheaper than you can "send to Chicago" for them—for example a 7 J. Elg.—18 size mov't., in nickel S. 15. & B. case at $5.50—compare this with your catalogue—this in an article thev cannot make worth anv more by a faci nating description—note the difference, our prices, quality considered, will bear the same comparison all the wav through. 12-19-it. T. J. Greene & Co., Opticians, Jewelers and Engravers. At the Coagregational church Sunday morning the subject will be "Christ mas and Christmas Gifts", preceded bv a short sermon to the children In the evening the subject will be: "The De cember Christ and How to Celebrate His Birth." The offering at these ser vices will be for the Congregational Church Building Society. The Sunday school will have a Christmas tree and exercises on Thursday evening, Christ mas eve, at 7 o'clock. We have a large line of wagons, sleighs, buck saws, Jewelry, coal, building mate rial, etc.,—"I don't think"—no we arc exclusive dealers in our line—high grade watches, clocks, jewelry, optical goods, diamonds and precious stones. Always carrying the largest stock in our line in this part of the state. 12-19-it. T. J. Greene & Co., Opticans, Jewelers and Engravers. C. W. Houston, trainmaster of the Yellowstone division of the Northern Pacific, with headquarters at Dickinson, has been given a simalar position In the company between Winnipeg Junc tion and_ Pembina, with headquarters in Grand Forks. Mr. Houston came to the Yellowstone division in June of 1899 as chief dispatcher, previous to which time he had been with the company eight years at Staples. Mr. Houston is a Yer monter and got his early railroad train ing on the Central Vermont. He is a thorough railroad man who gains tin confidence and respect of his fellow as sociates and it is a safe prediction that it will not he a great while until Mr. Houston is advanced to superintendent of some good division on the Northern Pacific. Supt. Gibson is in St. Paul this week, but it is likely that John Rapelje who has been acting as assistant train master under Mr. Houston will be given charge of the four divisions, from Man dan to Billings, until the work picks up a little in the spring. A CHRISTMAS DILEMMA. I have two new dollies and what shall I am like the old woman who lived in a shoe! With my eight dear children—four on each knee— My lap is full as full can be, And now these new ones—their hearts will break? Yet an inch more sitting room how can I make? I sympathize truly—indeed I do,— With the famous old woman who lived in a shoe! -Emma C. Dowd, in December House keeper. A FRIGHTENED HORSE, Running like mad down the street dumping the occupants, or a hundred other accidents, are every day occur rences. It behooves everybody to have a reliable Salve handy and there's none as good as Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Burns, Cuts, Sorts, Eczema and Piles disappear under its soothing effect. 25c, at T. J. Greene & Co's., Dickinson, and J. A Ferris'. Medora. No Cats! New Jewelery. My new stock of jewelery is complete and consists of a fine assortment ot chains, rings, broaches and such articles as are usually found in a jewelerv store*. 1 also have a fine line of high grade watches, silverware, etc., which will be sold at moderate prices. 12-5-tf. Arnold E. Voegeii Local Horcntc Crittenton Circle. On Mondav afternoon lust, a few I ladies met with Mrs. M. L. Ashley, matron ol the "Florence Crittenton Hume" at Bismarck,at the home ot Mrs. K. E. Hagan. An interesting account ol the work was given, and it was decid ed to organize a Florence Crittenton Circle" in Dickinson to aid the work being done at the Home in Bismarck. 1 The following officers were elected. President—Mrs. E. E. Hagan. Vice President—Mrs. Dr. Perkins. 1 Rec. Secretary—Lillian F. Cobb, Treasurer—Mrs. Wiley. Chaplain--Mrs. Linsy. All ladies interested in this rescue work are invited to join the circle. No tice of the next meeting will be given later. North Dakota Gaining. The 1900 census ol the two Dakotas present some interesting figures. North Dakota gained in population between 1S90 and 1900, 136,427 or 74.7 per cent. South Dakota during the same time gained 72,762 or 22.1 percent. It will be seen that North Dakota gained al most two in population where South Dakota has gained one. Fourteen coun ties in South Dakota lost in population between 1890 and 1900, whije every county in North Dakota showed a gain in population all the way from 9,012 9,109 5.05T. in Cass to 526 in Oliver. The counties in North Dakota that show the greatest gains are Cass, 9,012 Well, 7,098 Ward, 6,280 Richland, 6,686 Barnes, 6,115 Cavalier, Grand Forks, Benson, 5,851 6,102 Stark, 5,317 Towner, Wanted A young man to solicit orders through the country. Big money in it for the right man. Address Deer Park Distillery Co., St. Paul, Minn. 12-19-2P A COSTLY MISTAKE. Blunders are sometimes very expen sive. Occassionally 'life itself is the price of a mistake, but you'll never be wrong if you take Dr. King's New Life I'ills for Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Head ache, Liver or Bowel troubles. They are gentle vet thorough. 25c. at T. J. Greene it (Vs., Dickinson, and J. A. Ferris', Mcdora. Notice. The unlersinnod will pay anyone caring for rattln branded ribs on r*.*c*ijt ticc unit infor of locution of IMO-tf. on loft of no nation same. M.T, ZIMHEIIMAN. Dickinson, N. D. Packed with Fancy Goods, Toys, Etc. Goods to suit and prices to suit. We are showing a larger line of Holiday goods than ever before. Now is the time to drop in and se lect your Christmas presents. DRUGGISTS AND JEWELERS. II I I I I IJ We Have 3 Puzzles Which keep us guessing and we offer big induce ments to anybody helping us. 13,10 5,000 You will find the solution in the Locals. The HUB JE88EN BROS. J. C. F. PARKER & CO. Dealer In Fresh and Salt Meats. Staple Groceries, Etc. C. E. TRABK, Wbolosalo aQ( ai, Dealer in MINDS OF Ii S1ST0CK CATTL1 Market and Office" on Clou* Stone Building Street. Red School House Shoes. Handkerchiefs. A dainty handkerchief is always a nice gift. We have one one of the most complete lines of handkerchiefs in the city We have them in linen plain -hemstitched —also pretty embroidered ones—-and if you wish something more elaborate you will find it among the finer embroidered and delicate lace edged handkerchiefs. A nice assortment of Silk Handkerchiefs —plain and fancy borders. Also a full line of Neck Handkerchiefs. Ribbons Ladies' Hand Bags Belt Pins silk TVllf»li"lpQ A ocii new Stock Collars Fur Scarfs and Muffs Handkerchiefs ALLEY & CO. Our Xmas Goods Wecail $15,000 00 sack. Take Seven Ipse* •r 18 lbs. of Best Granulated Sugar for $1.00 or S5.00 per hunderd pound Laxative Bromo Quinine KM Have been selected with the greatest carc and you will find in our complete and well assorted stock just what you arc looKing for. The Christmas shoppers of to-day select gifts which are useful as well as pretty—we kept this thought in mind when choosing our good, consequently we are now displaying a line of Christmas Goods that commend themselves for their usefulness as well as being dainty and attractive. If you are undecidcd regarding your Christmas purchases we would befglad to have you come in and look over our goods. We here offer you a few suggestions. Belts In ribbons we have a full line If you want to keep in touch We have just received a new of the most desirable kinds both in with the latest in belts you should line of Fancy Lamps. They are satin and taffatas. conn- in and look over our stock, exceptionally fine. Among them We also have a quantity of rib- Here \on will find something new you will find something* that will bons remnants—different widths and and pretty. Prices 25c to 60c. please you and--as a gift—will be colors—suitable for fancy work. greatly appreciated. Special discount on Ladies' Fleece Lined Wrappers. Roquette Bros. ON THE MIND Of everyone just at this time is the awful question, "what shall I get for Christmas presents'' and yet none of us would pass the Christmastime without remembering some one. It's right and proper too. Lets be generous for once and show how good we are. Invest in some of these good things, make your friends happy and settle the "awful question. Good serviceable leather bags, black, tan, blue, red and drab, all qualities elegant gift 75c. to $5.00 TiiirllAG' RaHsT Large and small buckles, patent and plain leather and -LK31LO ones. Chain girdles and chain belts Gun metal, Pearl with silver mounting. The latest things. °f cut Ladies' Gloves and Mittens OOO W°rtl1 of Dry Goods, Cloaks, Groceries, (ptll/jl/Ul/ Boots and Shoes, Clothing, etc., thrown on the market at DICKINSON. N. D. E. E. JETER & CO. of Chicago, 111., have been engaged by .A. T. OROWL CO- to conduct this big sale—owing to stocks being too heavy—and slow collections. The big sale started Thursday morning, December 17th—The store has been closed part of the time this week—to arrange the stock and mark down prices. TRUNKS and YALISES. Fancy Collars and Ties. Here is something that cannot fail to attract the attention of the ladies. Pretty Silk Collars in the newest designs. Daintily embroidered collars. Collars in delicate lace and Battenberg. Also the very latest ana most stylish ties. Slippers. A full line of ladies' and gents' slippers —both in leather and felt. Something nice and comfortable. Fancy Lamps steel buckles, fancy patterns, to 60c. Sash pinS( Bead chains i5c to $i Beadg by the bunch get these and braid a chain yourself. Colo£.°r^^ We have the best things in this line. White, black and colors, 35c to Si.25. Swell turnovers in white, 15 to 35c. Just™/thiTiine: talk.enou^llj?(} )iou,: WHAT TO GET FOR THE MEN! Undressed kid gloves, silk lined, all colors. Fancy wool hose, 25,35 and 50c. Suspenders. Silk Mufflers, white and btack 75c to 91-50. "Dickey" Mulders, 50 and 75c. A nice suit of Underwear. Linen Handkerchiefs. Neckties, Slippers, Night Shirts, Negligee and Dress Shirts, Hats and Caps, Overshoes, Fur Coats, Cloth Overcoats* JgfHave you seen our new line of suit cases and grips? The best ever brought to town. It's a pleasure to show them' they are so nice. FORCED BARGAIN in cash must be taken out of this stock in 30 days—everything in the store will be sold at gaeatly reduced prices—in some instances less than wholesale cost—no matter what sacrifice we must turn this stock into money. One Continual Round of Bargains all through the store. For full particulars of this Big Sale and List of Prices—See our large circulars—and supple ment to this paper. A.T. Growl&Go. Dickinson, North Dakota. E. E. JETER Sl GO. of Chidago "The men in charge". To Cure a Cold in One MEN'S $7.00 SUITS for S3.98. All ecialinducementst MEN'S SS8.00 SUITS for S4.98. WOMEN S S6.00 CLOAKS for $3.49. Tablets. to post 13 months. This Signature, Day prices. °p urchas these. We've got the prettiest ones fa TVroDag on every box. 25c.