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l.J 4* 1 L' .**• i?k \f 1 i-liWdli u"fc! NORTH DAK. REPU3UCANS Heat at Grand Forks and. Nominate, a Complete Ticket. Judge Cohrane is Dead. The Republican state convention concluded its work and adjourned. The ticket is as follows: Governor, T. Y. Sarles. Hillsboro lieutenant governor, David llartlett, Cooperstown congress, Thomas F. Marshall, Oakes A. J. Gronna, La kota secretary 9f state, Edward F. Porter, Melville auditor, H. L. Molmes. Bathgate treasurer, A. Peterson, Cogswell superintendent of schools, \V. L. Stockwell. Grafton attorney general, C. N. Frich, Lakotaf insurance commissioner, E. C. Coop er, Grand Forks commissioner of ag riculture, W. C. Galbreath, Mandan railroad commissioners, C. S. Diesem, La Moure Eric Stafne, Eichland John CKristianson, Towner. In addition presidential *vere nominated as follows: B.-S. Russell, Stutsman. 1 '.H &• r- The Republican nominees for judges of the supreme court will be indorsed. LOST A thoroughbred Level'yn! Setter 8 months old, female. Liberal reward. .1. ibai«^9AKi»vikfc^^ electors Roger Allin, Wash. Samuel Ricliarilson, Ward. J. F. V. Kiebert, Oliver. This completed the ticket with the exception that there was added a second candidate for justice of the supreme court to till the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Coch rane. Edward Eugerud of Fargo was chosen for this postion. Senator Mc Cumber presided as temporary and permanent chairman and everything went as slated. Congressman Spalding and the Cass county delegation went down •with colors flying, the delegation re ifusing to join the Sarles-Gronna com Ibination, preferring defeat on the floor of the convention. Mr. Spald ing was placed in nomination and there was some vigorous speechmak ing in his beha.lf. Spalding polled 110 votes to 410 for Gronna, Cass be ing joined by Barnes, the home of Gov. White, and one or two smaller counties. Aside from this there was not a contest in the convention. Gov. White was not mentioned in the con vention as a candidate. The resolutions adopted after a general reaffirmation of the national jplatform, are devoted chiefly to ex pressions of approval of the national irrigation law. The platform reiter ates the party's support of the pro hibition and a.ll other laws and recom mends the enaction of a feasible sys tem based on the experience of other states of nominating public officials Of this state. Prohibitionists. North Dakota Prohibitionists met in state convention at Fargo with a fair representation and considerable en thusiasm. in the proceedings which •were formal and minus features. The national platform was indorsed and a. more rigid enforcement of stat« law was asked. The following nomi- I nations were made: .Electors, I. M. Carelton, of Orlska !H. D. Stowe, of Fargo, Rev. O. E. Mc Cracken, of Gardner governor, H. II. A. Aker, Fargo lieutenant governor, R. A. Taylor, St. Thomas secretary of state, H. R. Kent, Ellendale state auditor, John Dynes, Gardner state treasurer, P. L. Berwig, Langsford superintendent public instruction, Mrs. Mattie Davis. Fargo attorney general, A. G. Covelle, Sykeston con gressman, Ed Colby, Gardner B. P. Tibbets, Ellendale chairman of the State committee, George Fleul sec retary, Taylor Bennet. Grandin treasurer, T. E. Aatlund, Hillsboro. a I 4 I I S^th CuRiiY. Hope, N. D. a Machinery! mm'ilh *m •mi- :^^vv:rv?v. LAKOTA I A. modern, personal instruction scbool. Pupils begin any day. Enrol'd3621ast year, expect 500 tbis tr-rf'f^'^ '5 1 We handle a full line of High Grade Goods, DEERING BINDEKS, MOWEIIS, RAKES and REPAIRS. Champion Repairs and Champion Twine. A full line OILS and GREECE. NEWTON WAGONS and BOXES. LACBOSSE WAGONS, BOXES and CARRIAGES. .. .. Reeves and Port HurbWThres Tig Machinery. Don't forget to Give Us a ill Bbi .'"i Buy. O. G. MAJOR s3ns Vi'. 1''.isiSk.. a..^k4L&,..1..,j!.^-.„,* I „«._,... .Hk 1 1 Nothing But Harness .» PRESIDENT TO BE INFORMED You will make MONEY by buying them of a HARNESS JS" Dealer Only.' I handle And they are up-to-date and will stand the test. I manufacture to suit the trade and do not handle shoddy g, goods. If there is anything in my line you nei'd, call in. If I haven't it on hand I will be pleased to get it for you. RBSP. YOURS, R. R. Bryan. A. M. McLauhgliQ Dealer !Q Coal & Wood I REGANS HOME 4 JLYlA A wrapped in waxed paper, Cigars, and Tobaccoes •AT THE The New Dray Line. I X?. LBIvAND WATKINS, Pres., rn $ Having recently purchased the draving business of F. E. Vadnie, I am prepared to do all kinds of carting and moving, jfe Calls attended promptl}', aud goods removed without risk of injury. Garden Plowing Given Special Attention. Your patronage respectfully solicited A., T. ECilCERT, Prop. $ i»v. BUSINESS COLLEGE 'Full courses in Actual eBusiness, Bookkeep lin^, Penmanship, fSborthand, Qankingr and Commercial Law. 4 5* 5 1 W A,"* y.^-.',^v»r.v-vr**if.,\t.,-«v & f. $ ADE"BRAEH Candies, Hop© Restaurant, WARD BROS., Props. A 4 & (fi Position* lor Gradn. lates. Largre New Catalogue Free. Address FARGO, K. X. it i*/ u? v/ m%., r- ?. ft: V» ..* When You Want To Buy.. ..V )j wnx ra TOLD 01 ITOjIliTIOJ! ON WEDNESDAY. ffc Ceremony at Sagamore Hill Will Be Simple and Unostentatious as Possible. Oyster Bay, July. 26.—The arrange ments have been made for the notifi cation of Theodore Roosevelt of his nomination for the presidency by the republican party. The ceremony will take place on Wednesday, the 27th lnst., at 12:30 p. m. Following cus tom, the notification will be at Mr. Roosevelt's home, Sagamore Hill. The members of the notification committee appointed by the Chicago convention have been requested to-:assemble at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York cu Tuesday evening to make preliminary arrangements for the ceremony of the day following. Speaker Joseph G. Cannon, chairman of the committee, will arrive in New York some time to day. He will receive the members of the committee as they arrive there. At 10:30 o'clock Wednesday morning tb'o committee will board a special train at Long Island City for Oyster Bav, the special being scheduled to arrive here at 11:40 o'clock. At the station here the party, which will include not only members of the notification com mittee but also invited gue3ts, will be met by carriages, in which they will be taken to Sagamore Hill. On account of the isolation of Presi dent Roosevelt's home, only about 125 persons will be in the party, including the members of the notification com mittee and relatives and friends of President Roosevelt who reside in the vicinity of Sagamore Hill. The cere mony of notification will be as simple and unostentatious as possible. Th3 wide veranda almost surrounding the president's house will be draped with American flags. If the weather be fair, the committee and guests will be as sembled on the spacious lawn, north east of the house. Speaker Cannon, who will make the speech of an nouncement for the committee, and President Roosevelt will speak from the veranda. Should the weather be Inclement, the curtains of the veranda will be lowered and the ceremony will take place under coyer. After the ad dresses, a luncheon will be served tQ the committee and guests. This will b» followed by an informal reception and those present will then return to the station and board the special train, which is scheduled to leave Oyster Bay for New York at 3:30 p. m. On Thursday morning at nine o'clock the president, accompanied by Secre tary Loeb and the force of executive clerks now here, will leave for Wash ington. It i3 the president's intention to remain in Washington until August 20, when he will relurn to Sagamore Hill for another sojourn of six weeks. The president had several callers Mon day. GATHERING OF DEMOCRATS. Well-Known Members of the Party Meet at NeT7 York—Gossip Con cerning National Committee. New York, July 26.—Democrats from all parts of the country arrived in New York Monday to attend the meeting of the national committee Tuesday. Not only members of the committee, but other well-known democrats are now here. Among the mere prominent who arrived early Monday are Senator Dan iel, of Virginia, who was chairman of the committee on iliitform at St. Louis John P. Hopkins, of Illinois James M, Griggs, of Georgia, who was chairman of the congressional campaign commit tee two years ago H. D. Clayton, of Ala bama, and J. Taylor Eiiison, of Virginia, the two latter being members of the na tional committee. No doubt i3 expressed among mem bers of the committee about the election of Thomas Taggart as chairman. It is said that if Judge Parker intended to express a preference for some other man he would have made it known be fore this time, and before it became so apparent that the action of the commit tee at St. Louis was to be indorsed. In diana is represented here by a half dozen prominent democrats who are working for Taggart. They are John W. Kern, Joseph E. Bell, John E. Lamb, William H. O'Brien and Joseph T. Fan ning. There is a suggestion that after Tag gart is elected a finance committee, of which William F. Sheehan, Senator Gorman and August Belmont will be members, will be named, and that these gentlemen will have the management of the campaign in the eastern states. Killed by Bestaurant Keeper. Fort Worth, Tex., July 26.—W. K. Logan, a restaurant keeper, shot and killed an unknown man who was ad vancing on him with a knife at the former's place of business on Main street Sunday. The stranger had eaten an order of fi3h and refused to pay more than ten ccnt3 for it, although the price on the bill of fare was 15 cents. When spol.en to by Logan the unknown Blaehed the proprietor with a knife, inflicting an ugly wound. Ho made another attempt, to slash Logan and was shot dead. Eminent botanist Dead. Santiago, ChUl, July 26.—Dr. Ru dolph Amandus Phlllppl, the renowned naturalist and botanist, is dead. Ha was born In Charlottenberg, Prussia, on September 14, 1808. After attaining distinction in Germany as a teacher the high school at Cassel, be went to Chili in 1851 and settled there. In 1853 he was appointed professor of botany and zoology and a director of the nat- I ural history museum of Santiago,, and under his administration It became tbo wH juwrtMt ch: •.v-^:-.^ y'^M-%v^v Ui* 4*4uul»tt4aJit4 City I -"r? W Tillotson's Livery* Feed Sale Stable, UURSEN, Prep. \J The All Work Guaranteed strictly First-class. |rioes. tmte* y^fer-i.'^ Vadnie Bros, Hope ,,: every First Class in Particular I GOOD TURNOUTS! CAREFUL DRIVERS! $ r..". -y Calls Attended Day or Night t. XJi.E..i AM PREPARED to do anything in the draying II business, and all orders left with me will receive Prompt and careful attention. The moving of household £oods is solicited. Pianos and Organs re moved without risk of injury. Your Patronage is Respectfullv-Solicited ANDEW STARK, Prop. THE New Meat /Warlcet, W. W. HAZLETT, Proprietor: 22 Choice Cuts, Chops and Steaks. 3$ GAME IN SEflSON Steele Avenue. HOPE, NORTH DAKOTA. Dray Line, Prompt and Accurate Ssrvlc. Calls attended promptly, atid goods removed without risk or inj ury. «STGarden plowing given special attention. V' Call on us for anything in the way of draying. I). W. & P. E. Vadnie. J. 0.XLOVSTflD DEALER IN COAL and WOOD. A Good Supply Always on Hand. T. F. BEADLE, General Blacksmith. UNION LOCK POULTRY FENCE For Poultry, Rabbits, ^Orchards, Gardens, etc. Stronger and cloaer spacing than any other make. Our Union Lock Hog, Field and Cattle Fence, Union Lawn Fence Gates, etc., guaranteed first class. Your dealer should handle this line—if not, write up Cataloaue free. Catalogue free. UNION FENCE CO., I Hope, North Dakota. Dakota./ Polishing lays' A Specialty DE KALB, ILL., 3 '•."•• ?l 't .1 i. 4 "i '$ 1 If I: a •g CP *JTH- -i-r A & tot V, 9.% l'.xrwt-i:: I i. i. -•:4 S •'4 N i-'