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yon a borrower? An examination of applicants for teachers certificates is being held in Langdonand Munich today and tomor rpw. The board of supervisors of Trier township are putting in concret culverts. They say that they find them to be satis factory and will hereafter use no other. August rains of Sunday and Monday, amounting of about one-third of an inch helped to clear up the weather for the balance of the week with fair weather for the fair. ... The Langdon Telephone Co,, has un loaded a car of poles during the past week which will be used in making ex tensions of their rural lines during the present season. Knights of Pythias lodges of Langdon and Clyde were both given fitting recog nition in the election of new officer of the grand lodge held during the pasj week in Grand Fork* Tuesday evening's thunderstorm left a precipition of .81 or a little more .than three quarters of an inch of rainfall which however dried up in ample time to give fair visitors a good time. Both Friday and Saturday of last week August 2nd and 3rd, the thermometer hovered dangerously near the frost line, the minimum temperature being 40° and 35° on the two mornings respectively. The down town rest room fitted np by the Langdon commercial club in the old postoffice building is being looked after and taken care of in finestyle by the ladies of the Langdon Woman's club. The board county commissioners will be here Monday of next week for a short meeting at which they will take up several matters of important business left unfinished when they adjourned a couple of weeks ago. Our Moscow correspondent sends in an item to the effect that the Moscow Waterloo band will close the season with a free concert to be given on Sun day evening, August 11th, in front of the Pederson school house. The pro gram for the.evening will start promptly at 6:30 and will include some of the latest popular airs as well as old favor ites. Everybody is cordially invited. Wednesday of next week at Manawa. Wis., is the time and place set for the wedding of John J. Boyd of this city •and Miss Charlotte JE. Conroy, who is quite well and favorably known in Langdon, having spent upwards of a year in the city, returning to her Wisconsin home at the time the enga gement was announced a few weeks ago. Mr. Boyd left Monday for his Wiscon sin trip. After the wedding and before coming home to Langdon, Mr. Boyd and his bride will tour the Lake district for two or three weeks. EDISON OUTFITS (WITHOUT RECORDS) No. 3, $29.00 No. 4, $35.00 No. 5, $40.00 When you attend the fair be sure to visit our store or booth on the fair ground, where we will have these Edison outfits dis played. You can then select your records from our stock of more than 2000, and after hearing them played, which is the only way in which you can decide if the record pleases you or not. If you are unable to come in cut this ad out. Make a circle around the outfit you would like to see and hear. Sign your name and give your address. Enclose it in an envelope and mail to us. We will bring the outfit to you so that you may see and try it at our expense, without obligations to you to buy. A. O. WOLD CO. If you can't get home you can get good thinks to eat at the New England Cafe. Boyd's department store is giving a beautiful premium with every 810.00 cash purchase. Mrs. H. E. Ooertz was a visitor for a couple of day at Larimorg last week with Miss Susie tioertz. LANGDON, NORTH DAKOTA Miss Nellie Falconer returned Monday from a week's visit down the line with friends of the family at Osnabrock. Mrs. Alden B. Marshall in here from Williston making a visit with Langdon members of the family arriving on Sat urday's train. Misses Lulu and Stella Hodgins are here from Carles spending the week with old Langdon friends, being guests at the Judge Bleakley home during their stay. Miss Maud Pinkerton, neice of Regis ter of Deed Pinkerton returned on Sat urday from a month's vacation which she spent at her home near Coopers town, N. Dakota. Butcher Henry Windemuth says that he is now at home in his new meat mar ket and will be pleased to have all visi tor to the fair call and inspect his newly completed quarters. John Power, wife and family returned home Monday from a month's trip to points in the Canadian Northwest,where they made a number of enjoyable visits with relatives and friends of the family. Drs. Smith & Nichols DENTISTS Donovan Block Mrs. Wes. Abbott was a returning pas senger on Saturday's train from a visit of a month with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Brown, former Harvey Cen ter residents now located at Maid stone, Sask. Attorney Moellring, formerly engaged in the practice of law here, but now located at Ray. N. D., is spending the week looking after his Cavalier county farming interests and will be an interest ed visitor at the fair during the balance of the week, Louis Rose, who has been spending most of the summer in visiting his old home in Germany, returned on Tuesday's train. In additivn to having an enjoyable time over there he reports that the trip across the ocean both ways was as pleasant as could be desired. E. L. Peterson, the heavyweight edi tor of the Milton Globe was a visitor Monday and gave his approval to the plans Langdon people are making for the fair visitors who are here this week from all over the county, Milton along with other neighboring towns sending a good sized representation of sightseers Allert & Winter have plenty of money to loan on first and second mortgages. if you can't get home you can get good thinks to eat at the New England Cafe. /v Miss Loretta Lee returned Monday from a vacation visit of a month with friends in the Forks. Mrs. Chamberlain is a visitor here from Grand Forks at the home of her sister, Mrs. \y. A. Bolton. Miss Hortense Monroe went to Grand Forks on Monday's train where she will spend the week visiting friends. Landlord W. A. Monroe, of the New Columbia, was at the Forks over Sun day looking after business matters. Frank Hamsrl and wife are down from W^les visitors at the F.J.Schwartz home while taking in the fair this week. J. Louis Chard is the new druggist at the H. L. Francis drug store, arriving Friday from Oakes, N. D., accompanied by Mrs. Chard. Miss Lillian Burke, left Monday re turning to her home at Kingston, Ont., after a visit of nearly a week with L. F. Haseltine and wife. Ben Riewer's sister who has spent several week's here visiting with her brother left Tuesday, returning to her home at Detroit, Minn. "Sticks" Davis and wife are arranging to leave here this fall and intend locat ing at Watertown, N. Y., the old family home of the Davis family. Making a Real Estate Loan? See or write me about it. I can make it to please you. Pre payment privilege allowed. G. P. GETCHEL, Wales, N. D. Mrs. Kinsell, mother of Mrs. C. E. Johnston arrived in the city yesterday from Minneopolis, accompanied by her son and will be a guest at the Johnston home during a stay of some length. Grant W. Johnston, who since dis posing of his Langdon business interest has been located at Weyburn, Sask., is here for a visit during the fair and may decide to make a stay along through the fall season. Henry Hytsou, cashier and ticket agent with Agent Bolton at the Gt. Northern depot, returned on Friday last from his two months vacation trip to the former home of the Hytson family in Europe. George E. Dunigan was one of the arrivals during the week who in addi tion to take in the county fair will make quite a visit with his Langdon home and county folks before returning to the Gull Lake region of Saskatchewan, where he bomesteaded some years ago. Miss Constance Hunter gave a party Tuesday afternoon in honor of her friend Miss Grace O'Neill of Calvin, who is a visitor during fair week at the Hunter home. The Misses Hunter and O'Neill bbth enter Macalester college at St'. Paul at the opening of the fall term. Miss Lucille Sullivan has returned from her visit at Devils Lake during the Chautauqua season. She was accom panied on her return by Miss Margaret McClory of Devils Lake, and Miss Emily Meddleman, of Crary, who will be guests at the Sullivan home during fair week. John McHugh arrived Monday from Bruce, Montana, and is making a visit of about a week with his mother and sister. He has been away from the old home town for several years and the greater part of the time has been in business for himself at Bruce, which is a thriving little eastern Montana town near the boundary line. Harold Collins, the Wales druggist took the afternoon train from here Saturday for a visit to the home of his folks in England. His mother lives near London, is getting old and as he has not seen her since coming across the ocean several years ago Mr. Collins hopes to spend a couple of weeks with her returning before the rush of fall business starts. Robert Flack while in town Monday from his farm near Loma stated that he and his brother will run two thresh ing outfits during the fall season. In addition to the one which he operated last fall he has recently purchased the outfit operated up to the present time by Bernard Newman, whose death will be recalled as having happened quite recently on his farm near Loma. Herman Wolff and wife returned Sat urday last week from a two month's trip over the Pacific coast country. Much of the time was spent in looking over the fruit farming country of Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Wolff both returned well' satisfied to remain residents of Cavalier county, finding the country and climate of North Dakota much more to their liking than what they found out in the coast country. The Poplar Grove stock farm of as. Austin at Hannah has quite an ex tensive exhibit in the live stock de partments at the fair grounds. The car load of stock which he shipped in on yesterday morning's freight included both Jersey and Shorthorn cattle, Per cheron horses and mares, sheep, goats and Poland-China hogs. His car when unloaded and paraded up through the town to the fairgrounds had almost as varied a line-up as the habitants of the Noah's ark of old, Allert & Winter have plenty of money to loan on first and second mortgages. Fred Baldwin returned Friday from a visit to the North Dakota fair at the Forks. Miss Bertha Alpstag is at Park River spending part of the week visiting there with several of her girl friends. Unlimited money to loan on first mortgages, liberal amounts and lowest rates. Joseph Power, Langdon, N. D. Bert Welsh unloaded a car of cal at the depot Friday, which will be used during the fall season on the Welsh threshing outfit. Fred McGauvran, who has been mak ing a visit at Grand Forks during the greater part of the school vacation is home for the fair. Mrs. J. J. Mugan and little daughter, who have been spending a month visit ing east reached here on yesterday's belated passenger J. F. Ramuge went to the Forks on Saturday and made the trip back the following day in a new Ford car, that he has had a customer waiting for nearly a month. Customs Inspector Jas. Mcintosh and wife are here from Antlers, N. D., this week to visit with their old Harvey Center friends and take in the sights at the county fair, Fred W. McLean was here a couple of days last week from Fargo with a party of Illinois land buyers who are looking over prospective investments in North Dakota dirt. Mrs. P. Mulligan, Miss Lucy Mulli gan and Miss Katie Gogin returned on yesterday's afternoon train from their visit of a month with relatives of the family at Malta Mont., Miss Edith Londergen, one of the Langdon teachers during the past twelye months is a visitor here from her home in the Forks, a guest of Mrs. Tillie McGruer during her stay. A. M. Thorson, of the A. O. Wold Co.. will next week visit towns on the Munich and Sarles branch to look after the firm's optometry practice and fit glasses to those having faulty eyesight. B. E. Groom is here from his trip east where he has been taking care of the farm land interests of the Cavalier Co. Immigration Co., during an absence from the city of over a month. Mrs. Cheatley and children were arrivals Saturday from their home at Winnipeg and are fair week visitors at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Debrow, north of town. Miss Frances Austin, of the central office of the Langdon Telephone Ex change Co., left Monday to spend month at her a* ormer home at Ada Minn. She is a neice of Mrs. Monroe. Herman Dohmann and Chas. Loth speich, whose farms are located north and west of town both suffered quite a preceptible loss in the storm which pas sed over that neighborhood on Friday of last week. J. H. Harlan is the latest among Lang don people to be taken up with the automobile idea and since the begin ning of the week has become the pos sessor of a new Ford car, of which F. Ramage has the local agency. George Perry, one of the early pioneer residents at the township bearing the family name is here from his home at Seattle, Wash., arriving Saturday and will stay here to look after his harvest ing and threshing interests until late in the fall. Bishop O'Reilly of Fargo, was in the city Monday enroute to Olga where confir mation communion was administered to a class of young communicants who for some time past have been receiving in struction from Rev. Father Muyssen, the parish priest. A. C. Kronenberger PIANO INSTRUCTOR 2 Those desiring instruction at the 2 close of school term, apply now. 3 HOURS LIMITED. Address Box 27 Inquire at Wold's orTTTVTTTTTfTTTTTTTTVTYYTi Miss Elydia Docksteader returned home on Saturday's train from a visit of about four weeks with relatives and friends at Arvilla and in Grand Forks. She was accompanied by her young friend, Miss Mollie Dennis, of Grand Forks who will visit here during the fair R, F. Booth, father of Mrs. W. A, Bolton was among the number of Lang don people who spent a part of the week at the Grand Forks fair. Mr, Booth was a Grand Forks resident upward of a century ago in fact was actively identified with its early history and developement. Frank Delling, the Milton telephone man was here Friday on business and stated that his town would be well to the fore in sending one of the biggest crowds to the fair. Frank passed up both the Fargo and Forks fairs this year and is having the time of his life with old Langdon friends this week. Eddie Farrell it* making a visit this week among his many old Langdon friends, arriving Tuesday from Williston, where he has been filling a position in the office of Champine & O'Malley since leaving here over a year ago. His mother, Mrs. E. A. Farrelf who has been visiting at Devils Laka and the Forks for some little time accompanied him. THIS A policy in the New York Life is a business investment. Talk with L. A. Weed, of Hannah about it. We Must Close Out Our Entire Stock of Men's and Young Men's Summer Suits. A. E. Lindstrom who has been away for over two week looking after his farming interests at Oberon reached home yesterday. Miss Mary Kops, a former Langdon school teacher is here spending the week visiting friends. During the past year she has been teaching in the public schools at Mandan. McLauchlin & Stranger unloaded a new model Maxwell car at their garage Saturday which makes about the 'steenth of that make sold by them to the Langdon trade during the season. The Methodist church folks have got a lunch and ice cream stand on Dr. Donovan's vacant lot north of the Columbia, where they hope to rake in their share of the sheckles during the fair. Mesdames A. 1. Koehmstedt and N. F. Charrier returned home Friday of last week by way of Mowbray, Man., from their visit of nearly a month with friends and relatives in different parts of Manitoba' Saskatchewan and Alberta. Rev. M. Dougherty who has under gone a surgical operation in St. Paul since leaving Langdon about three weeks ago, was able to leave the hospital last Sa' urday. After a week spent visit ing with his sisters in St Paul while re gaining his strength, he will travel east as far as New York, expecting to resume charge of his parish here September 1st. Here's a Suggestion for you: Regular $20.00 suits, in single and double breasted styles, made of worsteds, cassimeres, etc., in many new colorings, reduced for this sale to $14.75 Schulke's Dept. Store LANGDON, NORTH DAKOTA. PAGE FIVE IS A SALE OF UNPARALLELED PROPOR- tions. It embraces our entire stock of Men's and Young Men's light weight summer suits. We have cut the prices very deeply and they ought to move this clothing quick ly The suits embraced are made of the latest single and double breasted summer styles in all the new models .which appeal to men and young men of critical taste, They are made from choice quality worsteds, cassimeres, serges and other materials in the latest tans, browns, grays, greens and many other new summer shades. The suits are neatly tailored and handsomely finished. Some of the coats are plain and others have the new fancy frills which are so high in popularity this season. The trousers come in peg top and semi-peg styles. Right now we are giving you a splendid chance to economize and save a third and more on strictly high grade apparel. Here is the way we have reduced the prices: If you can't get home you can get good things to eat at the New England Cafe. Luther's Dimo-Grit Grinders J. F. Shea was a Langdon visitor day or two the end of the week on his return to Fargo from a visit to his farm ing interests in the western part of this county. George Stroh came up from Eckland last Saturday to attend the wedding of his wife's sister, Miss Mary Fischer and Mr. Edmund Hoffarth, which occured Tuesday at Mt. Carmel. The DEMOCRAT wants correspondents all over the county. Let us know if you want to send in the news of your neigh borhood and we will send you the neces sary stationary and stamps for postage. Dan J. Horgan is here to take in the fair and make a visit at the home of his brother, M. J. Horgan. His home Is near Cavalier, where he has farmed for a number of years, but also has property at Neche and other points in interests Pembina county. THE WHEEL FOR STEEL Dimo-Grit won't draw the temper or injure a tool in any way BLOOD'S MIXED PAINTS, HARDWARE, HARNESS, TRUNKS, ETC. D. McDONALD LANGDON, NORTH DAKOTA Miss Etnyl McKnight, who at the close of the spring and summer term of the Langdon city schools tendered the board her resignation as teacher of music and drawing, has during the week declined two very flattering offers of positions, one being that arivin h«r" the supervision of the depa runen of music and drawing over two large schools in St. Louis, Mo., Miss Mc Knight has decided to go east and take up futher advance work in the lines of educating work in which she specializes for the ensuing year.