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Leap year will soon be over girls.
Christmas will be Qere in six weeks. Two weeks and Thanksgiving will be with us again. B. Hey ward, state high school in-, spector favors the elimination of the •dead languages as high school studies. Wheat prices show a tendency to strengthen up with the war scare in Europe over Turkey's defeat in the Balkans. Langdon is one of the twelve high schools over the state to enter the de bating contest to be held in December at Grand Forks. The official list of delinquent real estate taxes for 1911 and prior years will have its first publication in the columns of this paper next week. -Chief of Police Sam Burnett has ten. dared the city council his resignation to become effective not later than the beginning of the new year. It is under stood that Mr. Burnett has rented the Levi Hooey farm north of town for the coming year, the latter haying decided to remove to Colorado for his health. On Wednesday of last week a report, which later, however, was contradicted, reached Langdon stating that Jack Johnson, the colored world's champion pugilist had committed suicide. Since his recent disgraceful conduct inChicago it would indeed have been a blessing to society if tbe rumor had proved to haye been the truth Clerk of Court C. S. Robertson is ex pecting most any day to receive an order from Judge Kneeshaw to call a jury for the December term of court the 3rd of next month. There is every probability that the December term will be very light as both the civil and criminal calendars were practically cleaned up in June. It is a particular credit to Cavalier county educational interests that 13 teacners of the country school districts the teachers of 3 town schools and the 11 teachers of the Langdon city schools were in attendance at the annual meet ing of the state educational association held at Grand Forks about two wee^a ago. Cavalier county was among those contributing the largest per centage |of the attendance over the state. The at tendance from this county a year ago in cluded only Co. Sup't Sullivan and Field Deputy i3.A. fioyd, This year there were thirty-five teachers from Cavalier county there. Hon Fred Borusky, representative elect in the Eighteenth legislative dis trict was down from his farm near Wales on Tuesday to get particulars of bow his vote ran in the precincts over the west ern half of the county. Fred says that when he goes to Bismarck this winter Cavalier county and its wants and needs will come first and tha$ the people may be dead certain that his vote generally on matters legislated will be for the people and by the people. Mr. Borusky is one of Cavalier county's veteran educators and school matters as well as legislation along general lines will all be acted upon in the best interest of his constituents. HP ACTUAL SIZE PRICES—OPEN FACE ONLY 15 Jewel Movement, in G. F. case, Jointed, $12.50 15 Jewel Movement, in G. F. case, S. B. & B, 12.00 7 Jewel Movement, in G. F. case, Jointed, 9.50 7 Jewel Movement, in G. F. case, S. B. & B, 9.00 7 Jewel Movement, in plain Nickel case, 5.00 The Gold-Filled cases are either Plain Bassine, Engine Turned or Engraved. All Gold-Filled cases are guaranteed 20 years. No extra charge for engraving. This movement is made and guaranteed by the Waltham Watch Company. A. o. WOLD CO. LANGDON, NORTH DAKOTA P. W. Ault, the Easby banker was here Monday on business. Underwear that will outwear any you have bad—at Schefters Clothing house. We buy with care and caution, hence you find the fine assortment of china A. O. Wold Co. Coal. See Cavalier Co. Lumber Co's., new ad. Yards at Langdon Wales, Han nah and Easby. Mrs. George McGauvran was here from Osnabrock for a short visit be tween trains Monday. Gerald Lacey left Monday for Fargo, intending to spend the winter thereat tending a business college. A policy in the New York Life is a business investment. Talk with L. A. Weed, of Hannah about it. You can't go wrong if you go to the right place for your suit and overcoat That's Schefter's Clothing house Miss Tillie McGruer took Thursday's train to Milton for a visit of part of the week with her friend Mrs. W. T. Rielly. The Langdon Light Co, has this week completed installing steam heat in the city hall and the quarters of the fire department. Mrs. J. J. Kohnen came up from Park River on Saturday to make an over Sun day visit with Mrs. Mary Farrell and other Langdon relatives and friends. Mundi Goodman came up from Milton last week and has re-entered the Lang don high school "for the fall-winter term. He is staying at the Attorney Grimson home. Hans Lafranz is moving from his farm south of Langdon two miles to Clyde, where he will crop some of the Sturm & Price land in that part of the county the coming year. Bishop Mann will be here from Fargo this week to hold Episcopal services on Sunday at the Church of our Saviour. Hour of morning service eleven o'clock evening service at half past seven. Fred Borusky the democratic legisla tive candidate in the Eighteenth district according to complete returns has a majority over Mr. Boyd of 30 votes in stead of 18 as reported in last week's issue. Chas. Haugh was down the line over Sunday at Edinburg and the Forks clos ing deals for the harvesting and ship ping ty) Langdon,.of his 1913. ice supply which will be packed between now and New Years, Drs. Smith & Nichols DENTISTS Donovan Block Under the auspices of the Woman,s Missionary society at the Presbyterian church tomorrow, Friday evening, Miss Monk, a lady missionary from Japan will give an interesting address, which is to commence at eight o'clock. The speaker is* thoroughly conyersant with conditions in the Island Empire and a large audience is desired. No charge for admissian, merely a collection taken up at the close to defray expenses. in 3E Careful buying enables us to offer exceptional value. )A- Pat. Shelp retunred on Monday's train from a business trip down the line as far as the Forks. Coal. See Cavalier Co.|Lumb*r Co's., new ad, Yards at Langdon, Wales, Hannah and Easby. Mrs. J. C. Kerin was a guest at the Boyd home while down from Dresden on a shopping trip Monday and Tuesday. M. Liebeler was at Wales between trains looking over the Liebeler-Fisher Co., farm machinery interests on Mon day. Mrs. Farrell's sale of household furni ture, to have been held two weeks ago, opposite the post office has been post poned until Saturday, November 9th. 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. The Burke-Aldrich Agency are agents for the Northern Trust Co., fidelity bonds. Mrs. M. L. Sullivan was a passenger Saturday to Grand Forks for a visit of a few days. She also intends going to Devils Lake for a short btay with her mother Mrs. Baker, Sr., before return ing home. Mrs. Farrell left Monday after a stay here during most of the summer look ing after her Langdon interests for Los Angeles, and other points iu Southern California, where she will remain during the winter season. We have a beautiful lot of new mount ings and folders, which used in connec tion with some of our good photograpbs will make very desirable Christmas gifts. Please have your sittings made early. W. R. Opie, photographer. J. E. Taylor arrived on yesterday's train from his farm west of here in Tow ner county where he has 400 acres of crop safely- stacked awaiting fayor able weather to thresh. He is a guest during his stay at the home of Mrs Alp stag, his daughter. John McKnight, a Langdon student at the state university and who is captain of the "u" football team, gave so good an account of himself in the big event of the season when his team beat the Fargo eleven last Wednesday, that Lang don people have good cause to be proud of him. Miss Nellie Radscliffe last week clos ed a nine month term of school in the Vang settlement and goes to Minneapolis where she will keep house for her father and brother this winter. Her sister, Miss Maude Radscliffe, is also id the Twin Cities, having been attending the university at Hamline during the past year. Invitations are out for tbe wedding of Miss Maggie Hahn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hahn, of Dresden, and Mr, W. A. Koehn which event is to occur Wednesday of next week the 27th inst., at the German Luthern church at that place. The ceremony will performed at the church in the afternoon at about two o'clock. Monday nexc week, the 18th is the date of the re-organization and opening up of the gymnasium which Prof. Eddie Smith is fitting up with new equipment in the Opera House block. Classes of instruction will be held by Prof. Smith on Monday and Thursday each week. He also has classes organized at Easby and Osnabrock. John Witzel, of Mt. Carrael, and his father, Henry Witzel, Sr., who has spent several weeks visiting his sons here, were passengers Monday east to the latter's':home near Stratford, Ont. En route they will stop off at Minneapolis and take in the Tri-State Product show also visit friends in Milwaukee. Mr. John Witzel may remain east visiting until after the holidays. The Presbyterian church ladies are understood as having netted upwards of $250 at the bazaar and supper held in the basement of the church building on Saturday, afternoon and evening, the. 2nd inst. The result is one that proved highly satisfactory both socially and financially as tbe proceeds enabled the ladies to take up a note which became due this fall on the church debt. Langdon city schools were closed Fri day afternoon from two to four o'clock, the time at which the funeral of the late Dan J. Kidlington was being held at Dell Rapids, S. D. Tbe observance given this sad event was fitting and appropri ate as deceased had been actively identified with the management and supei vision of our schools for a period of ten years prior to his passing away, The Frank Greene bowling alley, pool room and restaurant business under went a change of ownership last Friday the new proprietors being Messrs Le Brun & Mathieu, who for the past two or three years have been engaged in a similar line of business at Wales. Mr. Greene turned the business over to his successors Saturday morning and is again associated with his brother, Mr. Charles Greene, in conducting the Greene Bros., barber shop at tbe old Weiland stand :v v.:: "'••I THE COURlEK-DEMOdRAT, T£L^9DAY/NOYEMBEJEl 14, 1912 O. Wold Cq,,-..^, Allert & Winter have plenty of money to loan on first and second mortgages. Attorney W. A. Mclntyre returned Friday from a brief trip to Fargo on legal matters. ROM Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Dept. $35,00 Cloaks, special $26 OO §30.00 Cloak, special 21 OO §25,00 Cloaks, special $20.00 Cloaks, special at S15.00 Cloaks, special at ... IS feU flO.OO Cloaks, special at All our Ladies' Skirts at a large reduction. Ladies' Suits Children's Coats Flannelette Night Gowns and Sweaters are all offered at prices you will recognize as being especially low §35 00 Men's Suits, special $20 OO §30.00 Men's Suits, special $25.00 Men's Suits, special $1.25 Per Bushel OUR SPECIAL LINES Hart. Schaffner & Marx Clothing Cluett Shirts, Collars and Cuffs Florscheim Shoes Palmer's Ladies Coats and Suits Gold Seal Rubber Footwear Marshal-Field's Dry Goods Allert & Winter have plenty of money to loan on first and second mortgages. The Burke-Aldrlch Agencg are agents for the Northern Trust Co., fidelity bonds. Coal. See Cavalier Co. Lumber Co's., new ad. Yards at Langdon, Wales Han nah and Easby. Ray Kelly left Tuesday returning to Minot after spending a week visiting with his father who is in very poor health. Business is good with us and why shouldn't it be—we have the goods and the people know it. Schefter's Cloth ing house. A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA* A. G. Kronenberger PIANO INSTRUCTOR Those desiring instruction at the close of school term, apply now. HOURS LIMITED. Address Box 27 Inquire at Wold's FFW FFTTTIFWWW P. McGauvran and wife came up from Osnabrock on Monday, where Mr. McGauvran has been visiting his brother and looking after farming in terests. Dr. Tom Smith left on Saturday's af ternoon train for-Los Angelos and other points in California, not expecting to re turn to Langdon until early in January. He will spend some time visiting with the Haseltine's who are located in Los Angeles, also at San Francisco. Manager H. G. Waldron is pushing ahead the many new and up to date im provements in the Interior of the Elec tric theatre and expects to announce a date next week for tbe opening to the public of the new addition to his theatre. Mr. Waldron's place of amusement now ranks first in its state —bar line over the entire none. GREAT SALE :AT= SCHULKE'S now until after November 9th, we are offering hundreds of articles throughout our immense establishment at ridicuously low prices. The care ful purchaser will be surprised to find so many opportunities offered for economical buying in every department. Men's, Boys' and Child's Clothing You don't know how really fine our great assortment of suits and overcoats is until you have seen them. The best makes in the United States are represented in our stock. Just a few of the Specials: 22.50 19.50 We are showing the finest assortment of Men's Furnishings to be found in northern North Dakota Here is a great big bargain—72 in. $1.25 a yard table linen, special per yard the Arcadian Malleable Char- coal Iron Range. See our beautiful offerings in Linen Scarfs, Tray Cloths, Lunch Cloths, Doilies, Napkins, etc. Japanese, Mexican, Crish and French handiwork. Unlimited money to loan on first mortgages, liberal amounts and lowest rates. Joseph Power, Langdc'n, N. D. We have the best a Schulke's Dept. Store LANGDON, NORTH DAKOTA. How About Stoves? The Bast Baker TI1F A11A A HI AII Lasts a Lifetime Uses Less Fuel THE ARCADIAN We are Headquarters for Thresher's Supplies of All Kinds D. McDONALD Hardware and Harness LANGDON, NORTH DAK. "•.••.••* .Ik I jf' AOE FIVE Shoe Specials A cheaply made shoe is a fraud at any price $5 00 Ladies' Shoes, OJ9 JQ special 1 84.50 Ladies' Shoes, special vh 9 .$3.00 Ladies'Shoes, A AP special fiaOv Men's Fine Shoes. §5,00 values, special $4.00 values, spocial S20.00 Men's Suits, special "fr §3.50 values, special (f% fl*l at £,iOO We carry only the best makes and aim to sell them at a reason able price $15.00 Men's Suits, special jgj QQ $10.00 Men's Suits, specisl 93^ Coal. See Cavalier Co. Lumber Co's., new ad. Yards at Langdon, Wales, Han nah and Easby. Do you need a hard coal Heater? You will find Favorite Is economical on fuel and gives a healthful neat in your home. Easily Cleaned