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1 Farmer's institutes held this week at Loma and Fairdale have had weather which must have insured there being a large attendance at both places, City Auditor Sheehan gives official notice this ween of the Langdon city election to be held on Monday, April Oth at which a full ticket of city officials will tie elected. township elections next Tuesday, March 17th. Will town clerks kindly mail or telephone the result of the elec tion in their precinct to the Dkmccrat as soon after the votes are counted as 'possible. It will help in enabling us to report the results of the election in next week's paper. The Langdon commercial club has changed its headquarters from the suite of rooms on the second tloor of the Schulke block to the Odd Fellow hall in the First National Bank block, and an nounces that the club will hold stated meetings for the transaction of regular business on the first Wednesday evening of each month. The trial of Krafchencho, charged with the robb.ery of the Plum Coulie, Man., bank and murder of the cashier last fall opened yesterday at Morden, his sensational escape after the robbery and murder and his later jail breaking escapade in Winnipeg make the trial of the Plum Coulie bank robber and murderer one that^will be watched by readers of newspapers on both sides of the international boundary line. The dates for the Cavalier Co. Fair of 1914 are Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, August 4th, oth and tith. It is^,fixed to occur the week following the state fair at Grand Forks, and practically falls on the anniversary of last year's fair dates. Last year the fairj'associa tion expended 84,400 in payment for new buildiugs and outstanding indebted ness and had §150.69 left in the hands of its treasurer. With the cash left on hand and funds at this time available the net liabilities of the fair association have been reduced to 81242.55. States Attorney Grimson and his law partner, Attorney P. G. Johnson were returning passengers on Monday's train from Grand Forks, where they have been engaged in company with Attorney General Miller the past three weeks in the trial of the Holum murder case, which reached a close last Friday. The wind up of the details having kept them busy since that time. Holum was taken from the Forks to Bismarck to serve his fifteen years sentence in the penitentiary on Saturday's train. Mr. Grimson states that the Grand Forks papers were in errcr in stating that the cost of the trial footed up to $4,800 as the actual figures after a careful listing were found not to exceed 83,500. He also stated that every care had been taken to economize where it was pos sible. The city council at a special meeting liteld on Monday evening of last week took action which empowered the put ting into effect the resolution and peti tion received by the council at its Feb ruary meeting relative to the re-district ing of the three wards of the city. The council also ordered the publication of the notice calling for the city election which will be held on Monday, April 6th and named the sample room of the New Columbia Hotel as the new polling place in the Third ward. An ordinance was placed on its second reading which provides for the registration of votes at municipal elections at the City Hall instead of at the polling places of the three wards. Chief of Police Drury presented to the council a report which showed that $26, had been collected in dog taxes during the past year and the sumofS114 from poll tax during the same period. The report of the city treasurer showed that the Langdon Farmer's Elevator Co., and the St. Anthony and Dakota Elevator Co., had each contributed 825 toward the grad ing of the road made last fall south of the elevators, WE ,AA ^VVYYVWWYVVWW SPRING MILLINERY Half a section of land for rent. E. I. Donovan. Spellman recommends Nyal's cough syrup for that cold. Orders for cut flowers receive prompt and careful attention at C. A. Spellman's drug store Victor Richet. left Monday returning to his Montana homestead after making a winter's stay with Langdon friends. as Austin and Henry McLean form ed the Hannah delegation to the big banquet held Saturdayeyeningat Grand Forks. A. A, Sparling and J. IV. Ramage re turned to the city Thursday from their stay in the Forks while taking in the ,auto show. E D.Stewart and wife were among those from Langdon who attended the state agricultural banquet hold Satur day evening in Grand Forks. Dr. H. W. F. Law was here Monday from Grand Forks to assist in the oper ation which E.J. Evans underwent in the Langdon hospital Tuesday forenoon. Mrs. C. A. Spellman is being visited by her sister, Mrs. Strehlow, who ar rived during the week from Casselton. Druggist Strehlow was also an over Sunday visitor at the Spellman home. T. T. Amley, who acted as the Atlas Lumber Co's., relief agent here during Manager W, IT. Syres' absence from Langdon wh-le on a month's vacation trip to the Pacific coast, left Monday returning to his home at Rolla, Drs. Smith, Hughes & Haseltine ENTISTS Donovan Block Mrs. W. H. Syres has been under the doctor's care since Saturday evening when she wan seized with severe faint ing spells. She is being nursed this week by her sister, Mrs. Neill Campbell of Park River, who cau.e here on Mon day's train. The young girls of the Westminister circle were entertained on Monday even ing by Miss Violet Irwin at the home of heruncleand aunt Mr.andMrs. N. Irwin A social session at which light refresh ments were served followed the routine program of the evening. Miss Verna Thom, who has recently returned to the city from St. Paul where she has spent some time in studying the latest and most fashionable styles in spring millinery, has accepted a position as assistant trimmer in the millinery establishment of Mrs. Quick in the First National Bank block. A. L. Perry, who after retiring from the Langdon grain market as agent for the Northwestern Elevator Co., was for a while engaged in farming near Wales has for the past few years been located at Richmond, Va., and for the sake of old associations is a weekly reader of this paper. In a recent letter he asks to be remembered to old Langdon friends. T. E. Burke, this week announces in another column the re-organization of the old established T, E. Burse Insur ance Agency, which for a time has been succeeded by the Burke-Aldrich Agency. In addition to representing a line of all kinds of old reliable insurance com panies, Mr. Burke will feature farm loans, collections aud bonds. His office is located in the Boyd block. Fred W. Poppe, one of this papers old readers in north Harvey, who a little over a year ago removed with his family onto a Montana homestead, writes us of the mild winter weather they have ex perienced and that farmers are begin ning to think about spring. At present they have about three inches of snow but the weather remains arm and there is every indicatian of a good crop. are now in a position to begin showing our Spring Hats. Never before in the his tory of Millinery were such marvels of beauty created. No efforts have been spared to secure the very choicest on the marked With the variety of styles of this season to choose from it will be an easy matter to suit the mo& fastidious taSte. This is the Place to Buy your Hat. EMMA E. OLSON At Schulke's Department Store. THE COURIER-DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, MARCH LL\ 1!)14 Nyal's family remedies are guaranteed by Spellman, the druggist. Mrs. C. B. McMillan and neice were Sunday visitors here from Hannah with friends. Miss Frances Kerin was down from Dresden over Sunday a guest at the Boyd home. Jos. Power was at Dresden on Friday looking after his farm interests in that: section of the county. et $2.50- and up. Miss Emma E. Olson, returned to the city on Monday's train and will shortly announce the spring opening of her millinery parlors at the Schulke de partment store. J. S. Gogin was in town Tuesday from the Nora farm at Osnabrock aud numbered among those from out of town to attend Langdon's get-together banquet in the evening. Co. Auditor Hamilton's family have required the attention of a doctor dur ing the week, three of the younger children being ill with spring fever, but are now fairly on the road to recovery. Mayor Mclntyre and George W. Price returned Monday from Grand Forks, where they attended the banquet and heard the speeches of Jas. J. Hill and other distinguished guests on Saturday evening. Mrs. Grimson spent Sunday with her sister Mr*. Tronslin at Edinburg, re turning to the city Tuesday with her husband who has been in Grand Forks since the 16th ult., conducting the pro secution of the Holum trial, Thos. A. Krueger and family, who during the winter have occupied rooms in the First National bank block are leaving this week for Montana. While in Langdon Mr. Krueger has been the Cavalier county agent of the Watkins remedies. John Karsky is making a friendly visit, among his many old friends of Langdon and vicioity this week. Back in the years of long ago, when Langdon was just getting nicely started after the railroad had arrived Mr. Karsky opened a tailor shop here, which he sold Tailor Bostik. Mr. Karsky is still in the same business but for a number of years past has been located at Superior, Wis. Instead of going home for supper as usual on the evening of St. Patrick's Day, which occurs on Tuesday of next week, just stop in at the school house and pick out your meal from among the many good dishes you will find on the dairy lunch counter, which will be found to be located in the gymnasium. The ladies of the Langdon Woman's Club will prepare the dishes and serve you to the Queen's taste. After you have had your till they will help you to have a good time in playing games. Be there at six o'clock and be sure and have your appetite ready for such good things as pancakes baked while you wait and served with pure maple syrup, good old fashioned baked beans, the best cup of coffee in the town and lots of oakes etc. Remember the time and place. The gymnasium of the Langdon high school on the afternoon of St. Patrick's Day at six o'clock, by the ladiee of the Langdon Woman's Olub. VI •y 'ThSf Make C. A. Spellman your prescrip tion druggist. Good second hand watches, in good running order at 82.50 and up at A. (J Wold Co. Walter Laidlaw Jr., came down from Hannah for an over Sunday visit with his father who is spending the week here on business. Norraan a ear past as A. U. Wold Co., have a number of collections for a farm machinery firm in second hand watches on hand that are Saskatchewan, came over here the early in good running order and will be sold part 0f been handling a line of the week for a visit with his family. The ladies of Langdon and vicinity are cordially invited to call and look over our spring millinery, which is now on display and at prices that are very re asonable. Mrs. Quick, in the First National Bank block, Henry Nully, a resident of South Langdon since he quit farming a little over a year ago, has an auctiou sale of horses and machinery billed for Satur day the 21st. The sale will be held in the afternoon and Auctioneer Tony Keillor of Wales will conduct the sale. A society news item received through the mail from the Battle Creek sani tarium, at Battle Creek, Mich., reports thiit Mi. and Mrs. John Mahon of Lang don. X. D., were among those to attend the banquet given on Tuesday in honor of recently arrived guests. Mrs. Mahon who has not enjoyed the best of health during the past winter intends to spend a month at the sanitarum under treat ment Klscwhere in thi- issue will be found the display advertisement of J. J. Ma honey, ann^un .-inga sale at his farm west of Langdon on Wednesday, March 25th of some forty head of pure bred Duroe-Jersey sows. Mr. Mahoney has durin? the past four years built up a herd of over 100 head of pure bred Duroc Jertey hogs and this is his first annual spring sale, although he has made a number of private sales to par ties in Cavalier and neighboring coun ties. The sale on March 25th, will be conducted by Auctioneer Wienecke and will consist largely of brood sows. See advertisement and large bills for par ticulars. E. J. Evans, who has been ill and under the doctor's treatment since the early part of the winter at his home east of town was brought in to the Langdon hospital Monday forenoon and the following day was operated upon by Dr. as. Semple of this city and Dr. H. W. F. Law of Grand Forks, the result veri fying the symptoms which lately had indicated that Mr. Evans was suffering from an internal cancer, which was located on the bowel- The operation showed that it would be fatal to attempt to remove the cancer which had advanc ed to a stage where it attacked the inner wall of the abdomen. Mr, Evans with stood the shock of the operation in tine shape and although the chance of re ooveryis announced as being hopless, the doctors state that Mr. Evans is iu no immediate danger. In fact his general health for th9 present is some what improved over a couple of weeks ago as be walked unassisted from the sleigh into the hospital and Tuesday required no help when going upstair? to the operating room. N I McKechney, who for nearly Cashier J. D. Milne took yesterday's train to Grand Forks and Fargo, where he will look after business matters dur ing an absence from the city of a couple of days. Mrs. A, 1. Koehmstedt and daughter, Miss Lorraine, left yesterday for Winni peg, where they will remain for a week visiting friends, while Miss Koehmstedt is consulting an eye specialist. Robert Flack was here Friday from Loma, and stated that preparations were being made to extend the right kind of hospitality to all who attended the farmer's institute held at Loma this week. A bakery sale is announced for Satur day afternoon commencing at two o'clock in the grocery department of the Schulke store by the ladies of the Pres byterian church. The sale will consist of plain and fancy breads, pies and pastry of all kinds. Miss Nellie McDermott took Friday's train for St. Paul where she will visit the home of the Tyrrells and other re latives She also expects to spend a short time with her sister at Jamestown and friends in Grand Forks before re turning to Langdon about April 1st. New Suits, Coats and Dresses Correct in Style, Fit and Workmanship OW that our Mr. Schulke has been some time in the eastern markets, his personal selections are arriving daily by express box after box of dainty silk dresses, waists, coats, suits, etc. Visit our large new department and inspect these new lines of suits and coats. Included are suits made from fine serges, whipcords, mannish mixture, Bedford cords, etc., in white, tans, grays, black, navy blue, brown, etc. Noticeable among the style changes are the straight jackets, 24 to 26 inches long, revers and also the single revers. The skirts are made in the tunic effect or a side trimming—sometimes both are trimmed. S $10.00 $20.00 Schulke's Cut flowers for parties, wedding or funerals. C. A. Spellman can fill your order promptly. Miss Verna Laing came up from Mil ton yesterday for a short visit until the end of the wet-k with her sister, Mrs. H. O. Sorenson. Mrs. Krark J. Schwartz returned yesterday from a visit of a week in Grand Forks with her daughter, Miss Hulda Schwartz. $12.50 $15.00 $32.50 $25.00 $32.50 $35.00 Retail and Wholesale Langdon, N. Dak. (Jet your stationery and school supplies at Spellman's drup? store. Your family is provided for if you carry a policy in the New York Life. Talk with L. A. Weed, Hannah, N. D. Dr. W. \V. McQueen was a Grand Forks visitor yesterday to attend a ban quet tendered Dr. Rudiger and Prof. Brannon, two of the faculty of the state university who are leaving for the east this week. A. I. Vessey left on Monday's train for a business visit of a few days in St Paul, and befere returning home expects to make a short visit with relations and old. time friends at his former home in Plain view, Minn The ladies of Langdon and vicinity are cordially invited to call and look over our spring millinery, which is now on display and at prices that are very re asonable. Mrs. Quick, in the First National Bank block. W. II. Syres, manager of the Atlas Lumber Co., returned on Saturday's train from a month's vacation which he spent in making a trip through south ern California where he visited a sister, who is an inyalid, also looking after property investments he holds on the Pacific coast. C. O. Rye, was a passenger down the line Monday as far as Union, where he placed a bid on the h«a" plant for a new church that will ne bu•: this summer. Last week Mr. Rye was the successful bidder for the installing of a heating plant in the new consoli dated school building at Nekoma, the contract for the same being let March 2, LOOK ARMERS should bring in their Team Harness and have it oiled, repaired and thoroughly over hauled by an experienced workman before the spring's work starts. We carry a complete line of Harness and Horse Goods at prices that are Right. D. C. McDONALD HARDWARE AND HARNESS LANGDON, N. DAKOTA THIS AT •m.