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ft. 'it i: & •|r. .f 0 1HE WAHPETON TIMES ASPINWALL BROTHERS, •f '. '•v..1 EMton II Proprietor*. Bntered at the postoftice in Wahpeton, Mortb Dakota a* second class mail matter. Subscription Price, St. 00 Per Yemi For President— ALTON U. PARKEH. of New York For Vice President— HENRY G. DAVIS, of West Virginia Stat* Ticket. Presidential Electors— J. Hoyd, CavHlier .John lirtigger, Williams Otto Grethem, McLean K. R. Blakemore. Cass Congress— A. O. Burr, Bottineau N. P. Kasmusson, liurnes Governor— M. F. II eg*, Traill Jjeutenant Governor— U.S. Cry no. Stark Set-rotary ol State— H. U'Keei'e, Walsh Auditor- CliuriesG. Made, fticliland Treasurer— it. B. Fos?. Ward Insurance Commissioner— I). 1. Holmes. Grand ForK.- Attorney General s'. Serumfarti, Kamsoy Superintentieiit of Schools— C. C. Schmidt. Stutsman Commissioner of -Agriculture— H. Schultz, Wells Railroad Commissioners— F. Martineau, Rolette Joseph Blouin, 8arire«». Axel Johnson, Eddy. The Minnesota State Fair is ^n full blast, and those in at tendance report a bigger and better line of amusements and exhibits than ever before. The prairie chicken must have fixed up a deal with the weather man this year—it rain ed hard during the entire first day of the open season, and the hunter had to put in his time indoors telling what he would have done, cussing the weath er man, etc. The Supreme Court has granted an argument on cer tain points in the Lauder-Jones case, not touched upon in the previous argument, and which the court is not clear on. It is fiot thought that this will in any wise change the former rulling, but will give Even a little more time in which to raise the "mon." The Republicans are evident ly pretty badly frightened at the outlook at the coming elec tion in this county. Hereto fore they have called their con vention in July and the Demo crats always had their conven tion a few days later. This year they are waiting, presum ably to have the Dems meet first. They have good reason to fear. The wise farmer is the one who stacks his grain and does not wait for the threshing rig. He is then ready to go to plow ing and does not need to worry about the weather. He will al so plow two good and widely separated circles and then on a quiet day burn over the inter vening space. This will give him adequate protection from tire. If you haven't done this, do it now. "What chance does A. H. Gallup stand of receiving the Republican nomination for sheriff at the coming conven tion?" is the queery one hearts. We will answer that he has not the slightest chan.ce of being nominated. The "gang" put him up two years ago smiply to kill him off. They ran him against the strongest man in the county. They "pulled his leg" for what financial support they could. And now that there is a possible chance of their electing a man for this office they will simply tarn him down and put in one of their pets. Hans might as well toPfr f^ct^ now, so that when be is turned down he won't feel it qaite sa^nach. rl gC The politicians are like the young prairie chickens this year—they keep in the tall grass and seem to be afraid that some one well see them. Not a single politician to be seen. Must either be a sure thing or else, "no use to try."— Christine Eagle. There seems to be a popular idea that Senator McCumber may be opposed by Congress man Marshall and Governor White at the next legislative session.—Fargo Forum. This much is certain that Richland county will not be for McCumber in any event, and when it is found that Mc Cumber cannot control the votes from his own county, we rather guess he will find it pretty hard "sledding." The "gang" are holding out luring inducements in the way of nominations to the Lauder men to get them to desert their colors and join the ranks of the "gang," even going so far in some instances as to promise them nominations on the state ticket two years hence. He who would accept such a nomi nation would simply be a traitor and a weakling and one to be spurned by his associates—a mail tod Weak to resist a bribe. And what would the "gang" do? They would take dellgtit in knifing him and be only too pleased at hta defeat and down fall. W. M. House is receiving many friendly newspaper no tices as to his candidacy for superintendent of schools and it the delegates to the county convention were not controlled by the "gang" he would un doubtedly be unanimously chosen tor the office he seeks. But from good authority we learn that the "gang" have al ready selected a man for this place on the ticket and W. M. House will be defeated in the convention, and afterwards he will be told by the gang "how they regret his defeat." If House wants the nomination he should do his canvasiug among members of the "gang" and not among the people. THE CAMPAIGN IN THE CABI NET. For the first time in the his tory of the country, perhaps, a cabinet meeting has been held for a distinctly partisan pur pose, and one in nowise con nected with the administration under which its members are serving. At the meeting of the cabinet yesterday the principal business was the censoring and editing of the president's letter of acceptance of the Chicago nomination. Recently there was issued under the guise of a congressional document a pamphlet entitled. "What Roosevelt Says," which was sent post free under frank as a congressional document. This incident and the one of yester day is sufficient indication, if such indication were needed, that the rough rider intends to use all the power of the govern ment as an engine to secure his election. Presidents have done this before under the Republi can regime, but never so open ly and brazenly as the present re id N O a Times-Democrat. FROM 148 TO 92 POUNDS. One of the most remarkable cases of a cold, deep-seated on the lungs, causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs. Gertude E. Fen ner of Marion, Ind., who was entirely cured by the use of One Minute Cough Cure. She says: "Thecoughingandstrain ing so weakened me that I ran down in weight from 148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number of remedies to no avail until I used One Minute Cough Care. Four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me entirely of the cough, strengthened my lungs and restored me to my normal weight and strength." Sold by Henry Miller. STATES ATTORNEY. I will be a candidate for State's Attorney before the Republican CewMfr Coovsntioxi^ud will appro. ciatfsoy support given me. '.A- 1 F.B. LAMBIBT. I r' tz interest rates and fair sized loans. It looks now as though the demand was going to be strong and it might be well to place your application earljj. Rates 6 to 8 per cent ac cording to location and security. Humorous Indian Tells Good Story on His Superior. Gen. Prsftt has quite a fund of In teresting experiences from his twenty fljr? years' service as Superintendent of thl Carlisle \ndTaif lsciiool. One of the earlier students was Sam Six Killer, who took up the printer's -art at the school and became not only Quite proficient, but a universal fa vorite in the office and schooil be cause of his ready wit. One time it became necessary for the Superintend ent, then Capt. Pratt, to discipline Sam for some prank, and he was taken out of the office for several days. When he entered the office on his return to duty Sam received quite an oration from his brother typos, and "j^fijfews, come here. I want to tell jpou a dream I had last night/' When all the boys had gathered aroundj Sam said: "I dreamed last night that the world had come to an end and everybody ran out of their houses and was look ing up. I asked what for, and they said the names of all who were to be saved would be found written in the sky. So I looked and looked every placer but could not find 'Sam Six Killer' anywhere but there was 'R. H. Pratt' written clear across the sl$r.in the Captain's own handwrit ing." Costliest Atoms in the World. There are some people, no doubt, who fancy that £32,004 an ounce is quite enough to give for anything in the world, and yet from all appear ances there is little doubt that this price will come to be looked upon as a very modest one for radium. The action of the Austrian government in restricting the mining of pitchblende in Bohemia is already having its ef fect, and the mighty atoms become more valuable every day. As an in stance of the manner in which the precious material is regarded, we need only mention the demand that is made for the mere loan of a speci men of radium. It is of 1,800,000 ac tivity, and has a distinct effect on the electroscope at a distance of eight feet. For the few specks of yellowish substance in the center of a case half the size of a lady's watch over £109 has been refused, the owners prefer ring to lend it out to doctors at £5 a time.—London Pall Mall Gazette. Serving Green Peaa. One of those inconsequent yet per vasive questions which spring up every summer turns, Just now, on the manner and time of serving green peas. While one hostess' noted for her perfect dinners says they should be a course by themselves, with a rich sauce, a Bearnaise for instance, since they are luxurious enough when at their best and are endowed with sufficient individuality to be "the whole thing" another, quite as popu lar, says that she should as soon think of serving boiled potatoes un attended as of putting before her guests peas in any role but that of accompaniment, for broils or roasts. So far as we have yet come in the discussion you may suit yourself and your family in the time of serving them without fearing that you have offended any rules of advanced gas tronomy.—Boston Transcript. Get the Habit. It Is easy to be cheerful when you turn your mind that way— Get the habit It Is easy, when you try It, to find hope* ful things to say— Get the habit It Is easy to see promise In the work you have to do If you turn from them that THE WAHPETON TIMES. FSm^V^, ^HP" POOR crops are going to oblige many of our best farmers to make a farm loan this year. We have arrangements with several parties for Farm loan money and are in position to make reasonable Post Office The Ctizens National Bant WROTE" HIS TITLE CLEAR. grumble and would hear you grumble, too: It Is easy to have courage If you let It come to you— Get the habit It Is easy to have patience If yon only care to try Get the habit It Is easy to be civil to whoever passes by- Get the habit It Is easy to speak kindly of the absent, to refrain From such speech as may be harmful or may give another pain Ton may even learn to glory In the joys your neighbors gain Get the habit. The Train Waited. "I was traveling up in Canada, just over the border of New York State, this last summer," said. the broker, "when, Just as the train was about ready to pull out of the station, negro ran np excitedly. '"Hey, there!' be shouted to the oonductor, who was singing out 'All aboard,' Kr. Martin says would yon bold the train till be kin change his Slothes, and bell be along in a few 1%8 oney to Loan on Farm Mortgages! Fill out, mail to us and we will name you interest rate. Name Will mortgage .....„......_„acres in Sec Twp Rge... Theo. fllbrecbt, Cashier. wabpeton, n. d. -V -R^. ST-' I IMLBLLW 'Always Welcome Pure. Wholesome yr....AND Delicious. id Tour Beater. JOHN OUND BRCWINO CO., .j? LaCrMM, Wl*. BrfS slVIM SEE US FOR Your Fall Supply of Groceries. Satisfaction in Price and Quality. We Pay 17c For Eresh Eggs A. £. McKean Co. YOUNG MB AT. Meat cut from animals recently killed and animals that were all of "tender" age can be purchased here at the prices ordinarily charged elsev here for ordinary stock me.it, OUR BEKV has tilt line flavor that corn alone gives, the tenderness, juiciness and toothsome ness only found in the flesh of properly fed animals. Frank Ma's Meat Market, WAHPETON. N. DAK. VTOT1CE OF MOItTGAGE FORECLOSURE Sale.—Notloe is hereby given, tbat that certain mortfratre executed and delivered by Nathaniel Estaque and Mamn Estauue, tuort nwors to Halprim Berjr, mnrtvairee dated July let. 1803, aud filed for record In tbe ofHce .. dred 8l»iy.twodollarsand iMK'Tlii which became £ieiuUr^ of of the tteirieterof Deeds of the County Kichland and State ot Nnrth Pnkota. on mc th day of August. Jflfis. and recorded in Book 89 of Mortirscres on paues 16-i, 164 and 105 and assigned by said mortgngee to the Bank ol Wyiidmere North Dakota, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter described at tbe front door of the court house in ibr County of Hicbland and state of North Dakota, at tbe hour ot two clock m., on tbe Tthda.vof Septem ber, law, to satisfy the amount due upon sucb mortgage on tbe day of sale. tbe The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are de'eribed as follows: The northwest quarter nw«) aod the south half (»H) of section thirty-two (82), in township one hundred thirty-five (186), of range fifty-one (81), in Hicb land county, North Dakota tbat such mort gage provided In substance, arsong other things, tbat If default should be made by said mortgagors in the payment ot principal or in terest when due It should be lawful for the mortgagee or his assigns or attorney to de clare the whole sum secured by said mort gage to be due, and that default has been made in tbe payment of a coupon interest note secured by said mortgage ot three hun- seventy-three cents due is W& ana payable JhMst du of July, MM. on and terms ana conditions of pursuant to the said mortgage the as signee thereof hereby declares the whole cum secured br said mortgage to be due. Smwlrm /if "rv?w SCHOOLDAYS ARE BACK AGAIN The time when little folks need stout, good fitting, easy shoes. You can save yourself lots of time and money if you come here. SCHOOL SHOES for Boys and Girls that will give satisfaction. Bring your children here for School Shoes. BOYS', $1.25 to $2.50 GIRLS', $1 to $2 SHOE REPAIRING Freeman & Wich mart, Wahpeton, North Dakota. PEOPLES STATE BANK WAHPETON, N. D., ::HAS FOR DISTRIBUTION:::::::: Tbe Perpetual Calendar Savings Banks. Wmhvto* A 1ANK IN EVERY HOME. WE LOAN YOU -^APPLY FOR PARTICULARS AT^ PEOPLES STATE BANK This is the tine bf year to buy that And the two best stoves on the market are the Quick Meal Insurance If you are looking for a First-class BEFRIGERATOB inKMlk, T! price,cLone set the K-.w*.54v vaIsS'^M'-v® v- ii K*V 4m -i -tf\ THE BANK WE KEEP It will help you to Save Money. The Use of It costs you nothing, THE KEY. ALASKA. Both Charcoal filled and GUARANTEED. Peerless Iceland Ice Cream Freezers* Ball Bearing Lawn Mowers. Syracuse Easy Washer. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND WHITE LEAD. W. W. JAMIESON'S Hardware Store where you can always find the best goods at the lowest prices. Call and see them. SOUVENIR CHINA of Wahpeton, N. D., made for us in Dreston, Germany. Come in and look them over and send some to your friends. Prices reasonable.