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-N-OT-I-C-E-T-O- MT. CARMEL. Blacksmith John Girodat is the latest of the Mt. Carmel people to be added to the automobile owners. He purchased a Ford car last we6k at the Ram age & Kelly garage. Monday next week, June 9th, the township board meets with the assessor when property owners have opportunity to register a kick if dissatisfied with their assessment. Tuesday's school election was a com paratively tame affair, perhaps the light vote cast was due to some extent to the large number attending the wedding at the Koehmstedt home. Mt. Carmel school district, polled 116 votes at its election on Tuesday. Jacob Gapp the outgoing director being suc ceeded by Frank Schuler, who was elected over Louis Gumper by a vote of 83 to 33. purchasmgthesaiMofA C. McNiven, who has the agency 10 this county. Be- OWNSHIP ...OFFICERS We have on hand at our Langdon Yard a well assorted stock of ORRUCATED ""METAL"" ULYERTS and can supply your wants no matter how large the day you need them at the following prices: 10 inch 16 guage at 43^ per foot 12 inch 16 guage at 52^ per foot 15 inch 16 guage at 62^ per foot 18 inch 16 guage at 72^ per foot 24 inch 15 guage at $1 per foot And larger sizes in proportion. These CULVERTS are all made of the best open hearth metal, well galvanized, strongly riveted and guaranteed to be of full guage as specified. Cavalier County Lumber Co. Langdon Easby Wales Hannah CORRESPONDENCE Matt and John Kartes have purchased Cavalier county last winter, were both a J, I. Case tractor gas engine, which Memorial Day visitors in Langdon. they brought out from Langdon Friday, The first of Mt. Carmel's June wed-i acid and water. ings was the event of Tuesday this week, the 3rd inst., when Miss Mary Ann. the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Koehmstedt became the bride of Martin J. Klein. Following the ceremony at the church, a wedding raception was at tended by friends of the couple from far and near at the home of the bride's parents, the occasion being one of en joyment throughout the day. ADDITIONAL LOCAL Harold Collins, the Wales druggist, was here yesterday to take in the Lang don-Clyde series of games. The Milton homes of Oscar Erickson and Malcolm McLeod both report the arrival cf baby girls the past week. A Sarles couple were married at Clyde Sunday night by Justice Wilson. It is reported they had a hard time at Clyde and Sarles. Hon. John Balsdon,of Osnabrock, and Hon. Fred Borusky of Wales, members of the lower house at Bismarck from Hannah reports a maximum tempera- tun,ol93 in ehde Ioe8d we6k when it come8 to sides using it to operate their threshing I ... i. °r low temperature, either summer or outfit this fall they intend to do con a a a siderable summer fallow plowing with it. deUver the gQodg Thursday last week sorrow entered Di\ S. G. Gibson, county coroner, was another Mt. Carmel home when at about called to Fairdale on Wednesday last half-past eight in the morning, Richard, week to investigate the facts leading up the seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs Albert Schill, succumbed to an attack of typhoid fever, which toward the end •was aggravated by inflammation of the bowels. The family are extended the sympathy of their neighbors and friends. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALUM, HO UME PHOSPHATE ,„t „„eme high to the death of the daughter of P. H. Livingston at the Grimes farm in Osna brock township. No inquest was found necessary the testimony showing that death was due to deceased having in tentionally drank a solution of carbolic J. H. Harlan was contined at home a day or two the eariy part ot the week with an acute attack of indigestion and heart trouble. Miss Lucy A. Gordon was a passenger yesterday to Park River where the dis trict Y. P. S. C. E. is holding its annual three days session this week. The birth is announced of a baby boy at an early hour yesterday morning at the home of Webster Rogers, whose farm is south of Langdon near Loma. Nine pupils of the Milton school com pleted the common school course of study receiving eighth grade diplomas at the graduation exercises last week. Slides of the Duluth Boosters Parade here Tuesday morning are being shown at the Electric theatre this week. W. R. Opie secured some very good scenes, which show very clearly. John T. Jay from DesMoines, a demo crat and old resident of that section of Iowa the past twenty-tive years, arrived in the city yesterday and is looking after his Cavalier county farming in terests. Miss Emma Slingsby of the high school faculty left yesterday for her home at Hope, N. D., where she will teach the coming year: Miss Slingsby has been connected with the Langdon schools for two years and will be general ly missed when the fall term opens in September. JL'he ladies of the M. E. church wish to announce that on both Market Days they will throw open the basement of the church to the visitors and towns people to be used as a rest room* Lunches will be served all day for moderate prices and there will be cool corners for rest and cool drinks to re fresh. Lightning struck the house of Johnson Hettwer, on his west farm. The daugh ter and son, Gertie and Math, were in the house when it struck. Miss Hett wer was thrown a short distance but neither were injured. The house was considerably damaged, the roof splinter ed and one side of the house practically torn off. Miss Jessie McLauchlin, who arrived here recently from Brussels, Ont., and will spend the summer at the home of her sister, Mrs. M. Kelly, has a card in the columns of this issue as an instructor of music, both voice and piano. Miss McLauchlin comes to Langdon from the east with the most excellent references as to her ability as a teacher of vocal and instrumental music, A deal was consumated Friday of last week whereby H. L. Francis of this city disposes of his drug store property at Osnabrock to Ernest L. Cleary, who has had charge of the business for the past year and a half since leaving Langdon. Mr. Francis is disposing of his interests here and at Osnabrock preparatory to removing to Saskatchewan, where he in vested in a drug store property this spring at the time he made a trip over that region. j\\\\\W\\\\V\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\X\\V\\\\\\\\\\\V\V\\\\\WWTOWWyWi MISS JESSIE MAC LAUCHLIN VOICE and PIANO INSTRUCTOR Apply at Mrs. II, Kelly's, Fourth Street. Sm.\\\\\\\\\\*I\\\\\\\\\\V\\\w\\\\\\\\\V\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\W\\\\\\\3 In addition to the information fur nished by the DEMOCRAT last week as to the program forLangdon's two Market Days, June 18th and 19th, it has been learned from Secretary-Treasurer R. T. Burke, of the commercial club, that the Mt. Carmel band will be here to help furnish music. A letter yesterday from Dean Brannon of the state university at Grand Forks, stated that the subject of his public address for the 19thNinst. would be "Conservation in Cavalier County." Jas. L, Wilkinson, manager of the G. Dick&on stock farm east of town, re ports the sale Monday of this week of the third head of thoroughbred Shorthorn cattle sold to Cavalier county pur chasers this spring. The sale made at the Dickson stock farm on Monday dis posed of a yearling Shorthorn bull, the sire of the youngster being Conqueror, who stands at the head of Mr. Dickson's herd of Shorthorns and has won the blue ribbon at the last two Cavalier county fairs. The purchaser was Mr. John Hope of Hope township, whose farm north of Langdon has for years past been stocked with some of the best bred horses, cattle, sheep and hogs to be found anywhere in Cavalier county. Yesterday a message received from Vancouver. B. C., by Postmaster Mc Gauvran, announced the death of Robert A. Shaw, formerly Gt. Northern agent at this place. His death, which was sudden and unexpected, occurred Sun day night the funeral taking place yesterday afternoon. At the time of his death Mr. Shaw held the position of general manager of the British Colum bia electric line of railroad with head quarters at Vancouver, and had been in the company's employ since leaving Langdon about eight or ten years ago. He leaves a widow, two sons and a daughter, who was married a year and a half ago. His eldest son, Carroll, has a position as ticket agent with the Gt Northern railroad at Seattle the younger, Marlow, being employed with a hardware firm in Vancouver. Mr Shaw iB reported as having died worth considerable property. THE COURIER-DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, .1UNE 5. 1913 HE une Geo. Schuler has left Calio for Hurd, N. D., to accept a position in a bank. ueorge Donovan returned to Langdon Phil Newman and Miss Frances Eck. The friends of Phil played a surprise ou the couple by kidnapping the husband and taking him to Sarles on the speeder, leaying the wife at Clyde. Frank Hoffarth was in town yesterday from Mt. Carmel accompanied by his brother-in-law, Wm. Spiel macher, of Carlsruhe, Ont., who with his sister, Mrs. John Ritz, are visiting a few days enroute to northwestern Canada, where they will spend part of the summer with relatives. K: ViOTH yesterday from Fargo, where he has jsummer vacation. been taking a course in pharmacy at the *^n important Langdon business deal state agricultural college. He will hold Married on Saad.y »'•, at Clyde, by Judge W. H. W.Uoo, Mr. 3E IE HE The Kind That You Should Insist On buying is one that is made out of one solid piece of gold without a joint and will last a life time. We are also Headquarters for all Kinds of up-to-date Wedding Presents and can aid you in making selec tions of suitable presents. See Our Window For Suggestions. was a position in the drug store of his uncle, Spellman, a druggist from Cassel Dr. E. I. Donovan, during the summer ^ou' socured ail option until the vacation. 15th inst 'or the purchase of the H. L. O. WOLD COMPANY LANGDON, NORTH DAKOTA Miss Vera Ferguson left on yesterday's train for Brandon, Man., where she will visit at the homeof her slster duriDgthe practically closed yesterday when Francis drug store. Mr. Spellman and stpehl o( th ca bere TnMd look the ,„e here Tuesday to look the property over after having negotiated with Mr. Francis for some little time for the purchase of the business. With the exception of the disposal of his residence property yesterday's transfer clears the way for Mr. Francis to at once give personal at tention to his investments in the Canadian Northwest, which it is to be regretted will mean the saying of good bye to the Francis family by Langdon people. Do you take the DEMOCRAT—or are you a borrower? Big Clean-up Sale on Hiawatha Canned Goods We are going to clean up this celebrated line of canned goods and make room for a new line we are putting in. We will sell all this line at wholesale prices while it lasts. Here are a few snaps we give on this line: 4 cans Hiawatha Fruit 6 cans Hiawatha Golden Wax Beans 7 cans Hiawatha Sauer Kraut 7 cans Hiawatha Beets 7 cans Hiawatha Hominy .... 6 cans Hiawatha Spinach 8 cans Hiawatha Succotash 7 cans Hiawatha Lima Beans These are big snaps and should be taken advantage of before they are all gone. Boyd's Department Store. A. T. Le Vesconte is here, from Minot looking after business matters. The family have made their home in that city since leaving Langdon some months ago. Langdon people were quite largely represented at the festivities which fol lowed the Koehmstedt-Klein wedding at Mt. Carmel on Tuesday. The home of the bride, the S. I. Koehmstedt farm, is stated as having extended its hospitality to between three and four hundred people during the afternoon and evening. Typewriter ribbons for all standard makes of machines, both wide and nar row ribbons at the DEMOCRAT. WHEAT MARKET. Prices corrected up to noon Thursday, June 5 1913, by Agent H. O. Sorenson, of the FarmersKlevatorCo., Langdon, N.Dak Wheat. No. 1 Northern No 2 Macaroni wheat Oats Barley Flax $1.00 regular 35^ pkg. $1.00 regular 20^ pkg. $1.00 regular 20^ pkg. $1.00 regular 20^ pkg. $1.00 regular 20^ pkg. $1.00 regular 25^ pkg. $1.00 regular 20^ pkg. $ 1.00 regular 20^ pkg.