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&• s& if it' effiMi RV ''I V*'l s* 'S?' ir mi a hu r» rsn sflor the Insane. ft 'Stll •m The following is an extract taken from the biennial report as made by Supt. Baldwin of the State Insane Asvluro of Jamestown: The largest number of patients came from Ward county. Of the foreign born patients, Norway heads the list, Canada next, and of the native born, Minnesota, North Dakota and Iowa have the largest number in the order stated. All occupations «re represent ed among the patients, there being more farmers and farmers' wives than of any other class. The complete list as given in the re port, is as follows: Banker 1, barber 1, blacksmith 3, book agent 1, bookkeeper 1, butcher 1, carriage maker 1, carpenter 1, cigar maker 1, clerk 1, clergymen 3, cook 3, draymen 1, dressmaker 1, engineer 1, farmer 129, farm laborer 21, harness maker 1, hotel keeper 1, housekeeper 4, housemaid 24, housewife 110, labor er 58, merchant 5, music teacher 2, no occupation 12, nurse 1, peddler 2, physician 1, plumber 1, printer 2, ranchmaq 1, school teacher 5, stenog rapher2, student 2, tailor 2, teamster 1, telegraph operator 1, unknown ". »'-•. The age at which the greatest num ber were committed daring the period was between 25 and 30. The next was between 30 and 35, followed by 35 to 40. Ninety-seven patient died in the last period. Two from suicide, the ma jority of the deaths occurring from tuberculosis is a reason given by the superintendent for his request for separate hospitals for these cases. The per capita cost for the entire period was $191.02, or about 53 cents per day. W!.o Owns the Earth. When "Coal Oil Johnny "bought all the champaign in New Yo'rk and em ptied it into a plunge bath, so that he might take a swim in the sparkling wine, he was by comparison a mean and penurious miser, The only real, genuine, open-handed and free-hearted spendthrift in the tides of time is the government of the United States. For instance: Whqn Jay Cooke and his colleagues were projecting the Northern Pacific railroad they took off their hats and ..made a bow to congress. We're thinking of building to the Pacific coast," they said. "Can't you give us little help?'' "Why. certainly," the congress re plied enthusiastically. "Just take the state of New York and go to work." •'Oh!" said the railroad promoters in a pained voice, "is that all? Why, we really expected something substan tial." Well," congress answered, swelling with philanthropy and putting its hand into the public pocket, "of course if you feel that way about it you can put Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Delaware on the string, too. Now run along and get busy. Still the promoters stood and looked pathetically at that tender-hearted ag gregation of statesmen. "Why, certainly," sobbed congress finally, vainly endeavoring to conceal its emotion, "we'll have the people lend you what money you need too. Please do not look at ns in that tone of voice any longer." In other words the land grant of 47,000,000 of acres made as a free gift to the Northern Pacific Railroad com pany by the national congress more than equals in extent the total area of the states of New York. Massachus iette, Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode k^Island and Delaware. [Jp to 12 years ago congress had t$ggiyen away the public domain to rail &>road and other corporations to the ^""extent 266,000,000 acres, a bit of terri tory the total area of Prance and Ger many, two countries which support between them a population much greater than the whole population of the United States when the last cen sus was taken.—Technical World. Nearly 1,000 Pianos »£. at a argain. Mr Lyon & Healy, of Chicago, known everywhere as the world's largest music house, are doing a remarkable thing. They are rebuilding their great establishment and offering an enormous stock of pianos to make room for carpenters, painters, etc. JL»yon & Healy offer all these pianos on sueh extraordinary terms that hundreds will buy now who otherwise mifht wait till next year. In short here is a chance to get a much better piano for any sum you have in mind •than you oould ordinarily obtain. Write to-day for the list of pianos in $U' this piano sale, which is an event en ||fMtlrely unprecedented in the history of piano«*elling. Address Lyon & Healy ,10 Adams street, Chicago. Four plans of easy payments for B% thote who do not wish to pay all cash. ill if- V* ilovv tt 1 tr r. 'I ^v i-lllSs?l^^ l'««vtl 1 INDIGESTION IS ENDED FOREVER rtisery From ao Upset Stomach Vanishes Five Minute* Later Why not start now—today, and for ever rid yourself of Stomach trouble and indigestion? A dieted stomach gets the blues and grumbles. Give it a good eat, then take Pape's Diapep sin to start the digestive juices work ing. There will be no dyspepsia or belching of Gas or eructations of un digested food: no feeling like a lump of lead in the -stomach or heartburn sickheadache and dizziness, and your food will not ferment and poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin costs only 50 cents for a large case at any drug store here and will relieve the most obstinate case of Indigestion and upset stomach in five minutes. There is nothing else better to take Gas from Stomach and cleanse the stomach and intestines, and besides, one triangule will digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood of all your food the same as a sound, heal thy stomach would do it. When Diapepsin works, your stom ach rests—gets itself in order, cleans up—and then you feel like eating when you come to the table, and what you eat will do you good. Absolute relief from all Stomach Misery is waiting for you as soon as you decide to take Diapepsin. Tell your druggist that you want Pape's Diapepsin, because you want to be thoroughly cured of indigestion. FLOUR! FLOUR!! Buy your winter's supply now. Price $2.85, in five sack lots. Either at the mill or Kraabel Donaldson & Co's. store. Every sack guaranteed tirst-class or money refunded. C. S. MOORES. FARM FOR SALE. South half of section 14-144-57, Willow Lake twp., Steele Co. Enquire of owner, C. N. North rop, Hope, N. D. O O There will be an old time coun try dance at the Hope opera house Tuesday, Jan. 12. Every body invited, especially the old people. Be sure and come. Mr. and Mrs. "W. L. Brown de parted Wednesday evening for Fargo, where they will make their future home. Mr. Brown has been the Editor and Man ager of the Record for the past nine years And desiring a change of labor has accepted a position as Deputy Register of Deeds. Page Record. Supt. Miller of Steele county came in from Grand Forks Sat urday, where he has been visit ing his brother, and left Tuesday evening for the educational meet ing at Valley City. Mayville Farmer. Found: A beef hide. Owner eall at Brown's meat market. Notice of Cancellation of Land Contract for Deed. T» James WntKon: You will please take notice tliut you have made default in tbe ieru)K and conditions of that certain land contract for deed. dat«d July liith 1905. made and executed by and between Chai'le* G. Merriell and Mary A Merriell. bis wife, parties of tbe first part as vendors, and Jarues Watson, party of tbe second part as vende*. wherein and whereby tbe said parties of tbe first part aa vendors, agreed to sell and convey, and tbe said party of tbe second part as vendee, arreed to purchase, upon tb« terms and conditions specifically set forth in aqid contract for deed, tbe following described land and premises, located in the Ceunty of Steele and Statie of North Dakota, to-tfit tbe Xorthwext one quarter (NWJi) of section Thirty two (32)- in townshlpOne Hundred Forty five (145) north of range Fifty five (55) west of the fifth principal meridian, which said default is of tbe following nature, to-wit: Failure on the part of the said vendee to turn over and deliver to tbe undersigned as successors to and assignees of the said vendors, Charles G. Merriell and Mary A Merriell, bi»wife, tbe one half of the crops raised, grown and produced upon said premises for tbe year 1908, or the proceeds thereof, and also for tbe failure on the part of the said vendee to pay the taxes levied and assessed upon said premises for the year 1907. And you are hereby notified that unless with in thirty (30) days after tbe service of this no tice upon you. exclusive of the day of service, you perform tbe conditions and comply with the provisions upon which said default have oecured and turn over and deliver to tbe undersigned the one half of all crops raised, grownandproduced upon said premises for the year 1908, or the proceeds thereof, which amounts to the sum of SIX HUNDRED THIBTY ONEDOLLARS AND NINETY FIVE CENTS (1631 85) and iay to the undersigned the amount which tbey have paid out and ex pended in paying tbe taxes for the year 1907, which amount to the sum of FORTY SIX DOLLARS AND SIXTY THREE CENTS ($46.63). besides the interest and penalty there on. amounting to the sum of THREE DOL LARS AND TWENTY SIX CEWTS [C8-291, making in all a total sum to be paid by you to the undersigned of SIX HUNDRED EIGHTY ONE DOLLARS AND EIGHTY FOUR CENTS [9681.84] and also pay the costs of serving this notice upon you. tbe said land contract for deed will be cancelled and terminated on account of tbe defaults aforesaid on the 28tb day of February A D. 1909. Dated at Hope. N. •ak., this 29tb day of December A. 1. lflOH. W- E- ELLIOTT. JOHN B. OXTOV. Assignees of said contract and the owners of the fee of said Premises. C. S. BHIPPY. Attorney for Assignees. Bope, N, D. U'iA lt^r t4 l, S^iSi Such chances as the C. offer do not come every Fine land on ten y$ars time. If you want first class painting or paper hanging call on W. I. Stager 25 years experience at the business means something. We are anxious to count you as one of our drug customers for we know the satisfaction will be mutual. Mallory's Drug Store. Its worth while asking for "Hickory" Brand Rubbers and Overshoes. They are long'wear* ing—always giving satisfaction. Ask your dealer. St. Paul Rub ber Co. Distributors. 6t. TAKEN UP. Come to my place Sec. 25, Sherbrooke Twp.. Steele County N. D., on or about Dec. 10th'1908, one red heifer, with white spots. Owner can'have same by paying charges. Gilbert Bremseth, Hope, N. Dak. TAKEN UP. Came to my place on sec. 29, Melrose twp., Steele Co., N. D., on or about Dec. 15th 1908, one white cow, with red spots, with horns one red and white cow one red'and white^heifer 1 yr old two small spring calves. Owner can have same by paying charges. JAMES MASTERS, Hope, N. D. Hides & Furs tanned for Robes, Coats, Rugs, etc. Write for free catalog 25. Tauberts Tannery, Minneapolis, Minn. Make It Yourself. There is so much Rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the fol lowing advice will be highly appre ciated by those who suffer: Get from any good pharmacy one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion, one ounce Compound Kargon, three ounces of Compound. Syrup Sarsapa rilla. Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtime also drink plenty of good water. It is claimed that there are few vic tims of this dread and torturous dis ease who will fail to find ready relief in this simple home-made mixture, and in most cases a permanent cure is the result. This simple recipe is said to strengthen and cleanse the elimina tive tissues of the Kidneys so that they can Hither and strain from the blood and system the poisons, acids and waste matter, which cause not only Rheumatism, but numerous oth er diseases. Every man or women Tiere who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active, or who suf fers from any urinary trouble what ever, should not hesitate to make up this mixture, as it is certain to do much good, and may save you from much misery and suffering after a while. Our home druggists say they will either supply the ingredients or mix the pevscription ready to take if our readers ask them. The Successful Farmer of to-day who does- not pos sess a bank account is an exception. To no one is a checking' account more of a luxury. It solves the problem of al ways having his money at hand, of making exact change and receiving a receipt in returnfor the money paid. Some men, even to this day persist in carrying a roll of currency on their persons -they are the ones we us ually read of in the papers as having been "held up" and robbed. A bank account is the best burglary insuarnce you can have. This bank wants your bus iness—We will appreciate— we prove it. First NatM Bank HOPE, N. D&.K. MARE MONET hysentfbtf your HIDES, FURS ETC. •&V ^uns, traps s.s r... i-i' A 1 H-'i i-7 1J fc 6*- r'-r .. ii i- ». R. day. ProlessBWl€airfsJ So'pg •. J, Si^ohnsonlfS^ '.. .MS- torney and Counselor L&w. IS Dr/J. A. Hedding, Physician and Surgeon— Office in First National Bank. .... .Phone No. 11. DR. C. B. HARWOOD PHYSIOIAN AND StTHGEON. Office in Philip's Mlools Telephony: OfRoe 37 "."'yv Reaidenoe 117 C. S. Shippy, Attorney-At-Law and Notary Public HOPE. N. DAK. Dr. H. G. Fish. Physician and Surgeon Telephone Connections. Office hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Officefsecond floor of WOODWARD BLOCK, HOPE Geo. A. Feadj DENTIST Office First National Bank Block. Hope* North Dakota. R. R. FISHER, The Shoe maker Is prepare to do ajl kinds of work in this line. Repairing a specialty.- Give him a call. Hope, N. D&.k. Brighten up! Paints, Varnishes and Alabastine in all tints and colors at Wamberg's Drug Store. tif|| I JA Why has our business ••ILL CCCnC Money 1 more than doubled in the past two years? Send for 26th To Lm Annual ULLIIU Catalog of every thing for the Farm. Garden and AND Lawn. vappa You. will find many things I IfrrV that will interest you be tween the beautiful covers in seven colors. Oscar H. Will Co., Bismarck, N.D. On Real Estate M.B CASSELL& CO i^terebrooke. own overtfae line of Henry Bosch Go.» Chicarfo, the most complete collec tion of wall papers ever assembled unequalled for new and exclusive patterns. Very latest dealfnsr foreign and domestic andthe low *st Chicago prices. SaTe monejr.oo mmj roO, save time and an- «rgy, and decide at your leisure. WHlcaQ with the Boadt Sam piss aajr kmar yon nam«—a« troobls and, jroa ars under DO •bUgatioiM to bur. JuMt tap tk« m«rdl W 1 STAGER Headquarters In tl. It. Fulmer's Jewelry Store 3 JiJJtL. ,• SMI!f t- v7/ycr Slilil, plfN S'iillll HOPEplllp jk i'1' 1 PETER BROWN. Prop. N. DAK. WILL CARRY A FULL LINE OF FRESH & SALT MEATSx HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR. CHOICE CATTLE, HOGS AND POULTRY Dealerln Hard and SoftCoal,Seasoned Maple, Oak, Birch and Pine Always on Hand My prices are right and the quality of my stock the best. At McLaughlin's old stand. Call 'phone No. 56. Three Papers FOR The Price of One The hope Pioneer 15he Daily News of Minneapolis gives correct market reports, not manipulators' guesses. Honest, fair, fearless and not controlled by the trusts. 4 The Prairie Farmer of Chicago. (The oldest agricultural journal in the West.) Through a clubbing arrangement just completed we are able to'offer the above three papers for the remarkably low price of DOLLARS This is the best oiler ever made in this section of the country. option of The Daily News. and may be withdrawn at the optio 1( Sgvp Order No\v.' Send Your 6rder to .. j' -at: htv P'TT 1vsksr WILLIAM STRICKLER, WATCH MAKER Special attention given to all kinds of repairing. No job too small or too big W WATCHES, JEWELRY, CUT GLASS AND SILVERWARE. J. HANSON, fl 't 'y:'$ •H' ..,v 1..*.