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Two weeks from today will be Thanks
giving Day. Teachers examinations are being held here in Langdon and at Munich this week. The performance of the Beggar Prince Opera Co., will be repeated tonight by special request a gieat deal of the work being changed, new songs and new comedy being used. Ask your friends how they liked it last night. Fifteen car loads of Manitoba cattle went through Langdoe last week. They were the first shipment of Cana dian cattle from Hannah since the duty was taken off cattle by the Underwood bill. The cattle were driven across the boundary to Hannah. The list of delinquent real estate taxes The Moscow township farmers club, a real live wire in advanced farming me thods and ideas, held its first meeting for the fall and winter of 1913-14 yester day at the call of the club's secretary, Chas. W. Doe. They have quite an ex tensive program of work mapped out for the ensuing winter season. Today's freight brings in a car load I shipment of thirty head of high grade Holstein heifers, ranging from two to tijjree years old, purchased during the past week in the vicinity of Northfield, Minn., byJ. W. Haw, of the better farming association for breeders of western Cavalier county, the greater part of the car load having been purchas ed before their arrival here. J, W: Haw, in charge of the work of the better farming movement in thie"ie% ticn of Cavalier county, is expected return to Langdon during the week with^ a shipment of a carload of choice .high grade Holstein dairy cows, the purchase of which he was commissioned w»th by a number of our farmers who ihteo%. branching out extensively into dairy farming the coming season. Last night's performance of "The Beggar Prince" a juvenile musical comedy put on at the Opera House, re ceived and fully deserved a good house. Langdon people are not seeing as many road shows as they have in the seasons past, but the precaution is being taken by Manager Waldron that those secur ing dates here are fully warranted in asking the patronage of Langdon play going people, Look around before you buy. See •what Schefter offers. UR of Cavalier county for 1912, and prior good lumber, suitable for homes,1 barns, years is being given its first publication big success. Many thrifty buyers are daily laying in their supply for the winter that is sure to come. We are still overstocked, and while we have the people's attention drawn to this store through the magnet of greatly reduced prices, we have de cided to continue for a short while this feast of bargains, this rare opportunity to save dollars and dollars. I Such Generous Discounts as: 20% on Suits 25% on Boy's Kneepant Suits 15% on Overcoats 15% on Sheeplined Ulsters 20% on Mackinaws 20% on Shirts, etc., mean much to the thriftily inclined, and it means much to us, for we are accomplishing our purpose-— RAISING SOME NEEDED CASH Allert & Winter have plenty of money co loan on first and second mortgages. Offices east front of Schulke block.. Drs. Semple & Mugan. Langdon, N. Dr. Sylvester spent part of last week lookinR after his business ilffairs up the line at Hannah. Miss Agnes McLean returned Tues day from a visit of part of the week at her home in Hannah. Cashier J. D. Milne, of the Citizens State Bank was a business visitor on Tuesday up the line at Hannah. Allan Pinkerton is spending the week at Dresden superintending the market ing of the crop on his farms near there. For Sale—The old Catholic church building, containing an abundance of etc tills week in the Cavalier Co. Republi- Alex. McMillan, who has a position as can, in the columns of which it will ap pear for three successive weeks prior to the sale to be held on Tuesday Dec. 9th. collector with the Cavalier Co Imple ment Co.. at Hannah was in town be tween trains on Friday. Co. Sup't Sullivan returned Monday from a week's stay at the state education al association meeting at Fargo, having stopped over in the Forks for a Sunday visit with relatives. Pat Cleary, who has lived in the Olga neighborhood the past twenty odd years made a number of calls while in town during the week and didn't overlook the printer in his round. Chas. Harrington, was a guest at the home of his brother-in-law, Sheriff Jerry Kelland—not in the county jail—while over here la day or two last week from his farm near Clyde. L. O'Reilly a former Nekoma druggist who some two years ago sold out to lo cate at Bisbee, ib noted as having pur chased the drug store of W. O. DePuy & Co., Rolla, taking possession Novem ber 1st. Luke has many old Langdon ifriends who wish him well in the venture David Harding, one of the first pioueer ^ettlers of Perry township, who some fe\? years ago removed to his old home jjeafr Backoo post office in Pembina cc unty,'was a visitor in Langdon Thurs day of last week. He still has property interests here that he comes to look after in the fall of the year. H. J. Reisland, the#eyesight specialist, who is well known here for upwards of twenty years for his superior ability in fitting eyes and -grinding all kinds of glasses, will be at the U. C. T. hotel in Langdon from Dec. 12th to the 15th in clusive. Be sure and see him if you suffer with eye strain, and remember that the wearing of the wrong kind of glasses is dangerous to your health as well as your eye sight. ANOTHER WEEK OF RARE SESES CLOTHING RALLY WEEK so far has proven a Are you thrifty? Do your buying during the next 10 days at Schefter's Clothing House LANGDON, NORTH DAKOTA THE COURIER-DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1918 Hawkins' hardware score sells cut nails at $1.50 per 100 pounds. Allert & Winter have plenty of money to loan on first and second mortgages. Mrs. Jason Black was a visitor in ttie city from Dresden a short time Monday, Choice home rendered lard at 11 cents a pound at Hay & Liebeler's meat market. Mrs. C. E. Johnston, returned on Fri day from a vis't of two week with her mother in Minneapolis. Iver Musgjerd has gono from Osna brock to St. Luke's hospital at Fargo to be operated upon for appendicitis. Vour family is provided for if you carry a policy in the New York Life. Talk with L. A. Weed, Hannah, N. D. John Wild, one of Milton's wealthy stock farmer was here Friday to attend the sale of thoroughbreds at the Laurel hurst farm. John Hannah and Dan Shanks were among the notables here Saturday from the end town doing business with our court house officials. H. O. Sorenson was home from his Montana territory with a gram commis sion firm for an over Sunday visit with Mrs. Sorenson and the children. I Drs. Smith, Hughes I & Haseltine DENTISTS Donovan Block Joseph O'Connor, who has been look ing after the management of his father's farm at Clyde since last spring, autoed over from the western part of the county along with Emil Hanggi, in the latters new touring car last Saturday. J. W. Haw has as a visitor at his home this week his brother E. P. Haw, who has only recently returned to the family home in Minnesota from two years in the Panama canal zone, where he has held a government position on the staff of the civil engineers. "Col." Jack Kohnen, whose lung power as nn auctioneer is known throughout the length and breadth of Walsh county was here on Friday from Park River and "spielled" between acts for Auctioneer Laing at J. G. Dickson's big sale. Gavin Duncan, for a number of years past one of the DEMOCRAT'S valued read ers at Sarles, writes that he intends to leave this week for't winter's stay with several of his old neighbors who are now located at Forest Grove, Oregon, in which state he might decide to locate if satisfied after a thorough investigation. Chas. W. Doe, who is secretary of the farmers club of Moscow township was here Friday to attend the Dickson auc tion sale. The membership of the Moscow club are the purchasers of several head of Holstein cows, a carload of which are being shipped in here this week under the direction of J. W. Haw, of the better farming association. Furnished room for rent. Miss Kelly. The latest in fruit sandwiches and fern Japanese baskets at Spellman's. ou'll do well to see what Schefter has got before you buy your overshoes. For Sale—The old Catholic church buikimg. containing an abundance of gooii lumber, suitable for homes, barns, etc Mrs. Wm, Stevenson returned home on Saturday la^t from a visit of month with hor mother, Mrs. Morrison, at Kaleidii, Man. no. B. Mooney returned to the city Tuesday from a visit to his aunt, Miss Anniw Mooney. who is ill at h^r home in Watertown, Wis. Tuesday afternoon of next week, the 18th inst,, the Langdon woman's club hold their regular fortnightly meeting with Mrs J. Hibbard as hostess. Andrew Nelson and James Murray were among the number here on Friday from Osnabrock to attend the Jas. G. Dickson sale at the Laurelhurst farm. Martin Platzkow, one of the early pioneers and organizers of Waterloo township was the purchaser of two likply looking colts at the Dicksou auc tion *ale Friday. Jno. J. Robson started Monday for a trip north to Clearwater, Man,, where he expects to buy a carload of beef cattle for shipment to market on this side of the boundary line. John S. Gogin, whose modern ideas on farming are given a practical demonstra tion on the Nora farm, near Osnabrock, was a visitor with a number of old Lang don friends during the week and at tended the Dickson sale on Friday. The social circle of the ladies guild of the Presbyterian church extend an invi tation to the ladies of Langdon and vi cinity to a social session which they will hold tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. L. Robertson on Sixth street. Thos. Barry one of the big farmers of Osnabrock and vicinity was doing busi ness here Tuesday. He states that his brother, Wm. Barry, who now lives down east at the old home in Ontario, has been quite a sufferer from rheuma tism the past year. G. H. Theyson was a visitor here from Mlnnedosa, Man., for a day or two dur ing the week on his way to the Twin Cities, for a visit with his wife and son. The past year Mr. Theyson has been with the Canadian Pacific at Minnedosa which is a division point, on that road. Jas A. Foard was here Saturday from his home on the Lucky Strike farm in ^Banner township transacting business •He has recently recovered from a serious attack of pneumonia, and came to Lang lion to complete negotiations for the pur bjiase of an adjoining quarter to his farm Mrs. Vivian Ridlington returned Mon fclay from her Fargo trip, where she was a guest at the F. W. McLean home while attending the sessions of the state edu cational association. Her sister, Miss Daisy Allert, substituted as teacher of the primary department of the city schools for her while she was gone. Thanksgiving Day, Thursday Nov. 27th is the date of the Mt. Carmel church fair and bazaar. Particulars as to the program of the entertainment, bazaar attractions and events of the day will be given next week. There will be an abundance of turkey at the meals served in honor of Thanksgiving Day. Contractor Frank Jahnke has during the week completed the erection of a commodious cattle barn 28x44 on the home farm of Wm. Shelley, near Loma. The house mentioned in an item of last week was not erected on the home farm but on another farm owned by Mr. Shelley in the same township for one of his renters. Auctioneer Tony Kiefi'er was in town on Friday returning to Wales from a sale held the previous day at the Jos. McNeill farm near Olga, where he was successful in getting top prices for horses and stock. In fact everything on the bill being sold except a piano, which the McNeill's decided to take east with them. There was a big crowd there. Joseph Hnnter was here last Friday from Alsen and at the Dickson auction stile was the purchaser of a pure bred pedigreed Shorthorn cow "Sweet Marie" which sold for §100: two others in the same class "Bridesmade IX and Lady Ci'cil" were sold to Alf Padden east of of town. Banker P. W. Ault of Easby bought two thoroughbred yearling heifers of the same breed and Wm. Shelley, of Loma, a promising three month old bull calf, all of which were sold at top prices. Yesterday at ten o'clock in the fore noon a double wedding was as event of more than ordinary interest at the Catholic church at Olga. Rev. Fr. Muyssen officiating. The new brides being daughters of Charles Marcelin, one of the old pioneer residents of the township. Miss Eva Marcelin becoming tho wife of Mr. Alphonse Forest, who has of late years become a resident acro.-s the line in Manitoba. The other daughter of Mr. Marcelin, Miss Laura, being married to Mederic Chaput, Jr., a son of M. Chaput of Langdon. Follow ing the event the rest of the day was given a reception and general good time at the Marcelin home where honpitality suitable to the occasion was furnished to their frieudg and neighbors for miles Brouud. ES ft New England Cafe Reopens. I will have a carload of Marquis seed wheat here on track next week J.B Boyd Schefter handles the famous Star brand overshoes, a pure gum product second to none. Typewriter ribbons for all standard makes of machines, both wide and nar row ribbons at the DEMOCRAT.. Veteran H. E. Burritt is expecting to start during the present week for his all winter trip to southern California. Mrs. Tom Smith and Mrs. L. F. Haseltine were passengers yesterday down the line as far as Milton for a short visit. Mrs. Kerin and her daughter, Miss Frances, and Mrs, W. H. Speckmann, were visitors in the city from Dresden between trains on Saturday. Lost—From the Ramage pasture, ad joining Langdon, one dark roan heifer about a year and a half old, Party hav ing taken same up will please notify the Hay & Liebeler meat market. Miss Rose Karouack, who has been visiting through the summer at the home of her sister Mrs. Alf Padden east of town, left Monday for Larimore. the home of another sister who is very ill. Mrs, Tom Hartzell returned on Mon day's noon train from a couple of weeks visit in Calvin at the Shortridge home and with other relatives and old friends in the western part of Cavalier county. Abram A. Krahn, a younger son of William Krahn, living west of Langdon left on Monday's train for Swift Current and Herbert, Sask., where he will visit a a week or so with former residents of this county now located over there. Later he goes to Fargo where he will attend a business college through the winter. !M§ The New England Cafe is being reopened this week by the undersigned after being completely re-fitted and newly furnished throughout. In asking for the patronage of the people of Langdon and vieiuitv particular attention is directed to the fact that a Ladies' Waiting Room, installed on the second floor, is one of the up-to-date innovations that have been made for the comfort and convenience of our lady patrons The service of the Xew England Cafe under its new management will give to customers the best the market af fords at a moderate cost. Your Patronage Solicited, TEN MEN will buy 100 acres of land near Tampa, the healthiest and most prosperous city in South Florida. To the man or woman who will co operate with me and who will manage the land for the purchasers, expense So Florida arranged for, also $59 a month for overseeing the develop ment and 29 acres will be given also absolutely free of cost. Call or write to See Schefter's prices on clothing be fore ycu buy—it will pay you. F. W. BEST, Photogragher PAGE FIVE RICHARD RUDD, Proprietor. LANGDON, N. D. Have you got one of those cooking re eipe boxes at Spellman's for 75 cents. See Schefter's prices on sufts and overcoats before you buy—every dollar counts. How About Stoves? Friends of the late Dr. Halldorsson of Park River have erected a monument over his grave at Garder. The monu ment was unveiled two weeks ago Sun day,-the second anniversary of his death. Miss Nellie McDermott returned to Langdon list week from Munich where she had just completed teaching a two month term at the Finder school. She has since contracted to teach a nine month term in a achool district east of Langdon. K. B. Laing returned from Bismarck Monday, where he went as an assistant to Sheriff Kelland in taking the prison ers to the penitentiary who attempted to break jail at Langdon last week. While at Bismarck Mr. Laing visited with Dr. Reilly of Milton, and found him getting along nicely and taking life philosophically. During Mr. Laing's visit he was engaged with Dr. Moeller in performing an'operation on the hand of a prisoner, who had been seriously injured some inanDer. Judge H. E. Dovval was the sole rep resentative of the Cavalier county offi cials to go over to Cavalier last week on the occasion of the dedication of Pem bina county's new #150,000 court house. It had been the intention of the oounty officers and the commissioners to have attended the dedication in a body, "'t owing to the board being in sesHtvn ,i it being such an unusually busy unit tho court house the plan had to be aban doned. Others from Langdon who made the trip over to Cavalier were, Messrs W. A. Monroe, Jno. McGauvraii and Jos. Power. Do you need a hard coal HEATER? 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