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Clando's base ball team is scheduled to play a game here with Langdon next, week. The Towner county seat players are composed of an all salaried aggrega tion with Milton Reed, a home product of Langdon's league niue, at its head as ^captain and manager. Friday morning's low temperature as recorded in Langdon showed 36 degrees, the thermometers at the experimental farm, however, registered 34, two de grees lower and although 32° is freezing point a light frost is generally reported at about daybreak Friday morning. M. I. Forkner, the Republican's ex ecutive head has been preambulating around town under difficulties this week owicg to a bad touch of rheumatic trouble a memento he ihas cherished at intervals since his return frcm the Philippine Islands, where he saw service in the Spanish American war.. Joseph Hamann is still contined in St Michael's hospital at Grand Forks and since undergoing an operation last week which resulted in the removal of three gravel stones from his bladder has been .in much less pain and doing well. He will remain under treatment at the hos pital for a month or six months yet be fore returning home. Loma is one of the .good towns along the Soo line that is planning to have a big celebration on the Fourth of July. In addition to the usual sport program, races and base ball :games the Loma cele bration, which is being arranged under the direction of the commercial club will feature an educational parade and a professional tennis tournament. The patriotic oration of the day will be given by Attorney W. B. Dickson, of this city. Eleven Ford cars within the past week bave been disposed of by the Ramage garage to parties in different parts of Cavalier county., Three of the sales were made by Tom King, who handles the agency at Hannah, two went to the Nekoma agency which is handled by D_ Oakland, the other seven individual sales were made to John Schuler, of Calio' C, B, Anderson of Milton Arthur Sever son, of Alsen M. Blais, of Clyde J. Walker and E. Shadwinkle, of Langdon. Numedahl will celebrate the glorious Fourth of July, the program of the day which will begin in the forenoon being held" in the grove St "E.\T. Fulsaas' place, Both dinner and supper will be served on the grounds and there will be stands at which refreshments will be on sale during the day. Those having the cele bration details in band announce for the afternoon a good program of athletic sports, races, base ball games, etc., and 4n order that all may have a good time there will be bowery dancing and plenty of good music in the evening. Every body is welcome to come and have a good time and stay all day. Local Happenings St. Alphonsus church was the scene of a wedding Monday forenoon when Rev. M. J. O'Driscoll officiated at the cere mony uniting Miss Katherina Deck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Deck, and Rudolph Wilhelmi, both families being well known residents of Perry township. The impressive service at the church altar was only witnessed by a few immediate friends and neighbors of the contracting couple, but was followed by a largely attended wedding paity at the home of the bride^s parents, the fes tivities continuing until evening The home of the young couple will lie on the groom's fHrru near Loma. SEE WHAT VOU ARE BUYING The circus has the same old thing, but the Bennett show is always new. The Scott memorial fund at Walhalla is noted as acknowledging the receipt of $10 from the Langdon woman's club. Amateur photographers will tinda full ine of kodak supplies, including films, mounts, etc., at the Donovan drug store. C. E. Pitheon, proprietor of the Red Front variety store, took Menday's train to the Twin Cities on a stock buying trip William Herricks started carpenters at work Monday on a new barn that he is having built at the rear of his home on Sixth street. (J. J. Bone started his well Hrilling machine at work Monday putting down a well at the rear of the residence prop erty of Cashier J. H. Bain on Seventh street. Miss Emma Slingsby, a former teacher of the Langdon high school spent part of last week here from her home at Hope visiting with her friend Miss Juauita McGruer. A. Tembreull, who has been making a visit of nearly a month here with his son J. IJ Don be bamboozled by mail order gems, watches, jewelry and silverware, so much down and so much a month. A. Tembreull of the Citizens Bank, left Monday returning to his home at Pierz, Minn. Jas. S. Brosnahan, wife and daughter, Helen, were here over Sunday from Grafton guests at the home Mrs. O'Brien while making a short visit with their many former Langdon friends. Judge Dorval returned last Thursday from his Chicago trip and reports that the condition of his son Joe, who has been quite low with an attack of typhoid fever is now past the danger point. Peter Reid returned to Bismarck on Tuesday's train after spending part of the week looking after business matters here and at Hannah. His son, Neil, will remain for another weekorso's visit with his Langdon boy friends. The Catholic clergy of the Langdon, Mt. Carmel, Olga, and Wales parishes, took the train from here Monday to Fargo where the annual retreat of the priests of the diocese of North Dakota is being held this week, continuing until Friday. A. E. Montgomery, one of the veteran salesman of the Rumely Product Co,, whose headquarters was here in Lang don until removed to Grand Forks re cently made a [short tfcoilgB'" enjoyable round of yisits here and at Wales dur ing the week. We beat their prices and give you the real thing. You see before you buy* Be sides, you keep your money in town. E. I. DONOVAN'S DRUB AMD JEWELRY STORE R. B. Falconer is still in pretty much the same condition he was on his return from Fargo about three weeks ago. It is still expected that time will show a per manent benefit from the two months course of treatment which Mr. Falconer recently underwent in the Fargo sani tarium for his ch:onic rheumatism, Sunday the Langdon ball team and 8eyeral auto loads of fans went over to Munich where a double header was played in which the county seat visitors withdrew from the field at the close of the evening contest fairly well satisfied with the small end of a score of 4-3. In the afternoon game there was a number of phenomenal plays that would have told a good story in a moving picture film, but it wound up with Munich being able to boast of a shut-out, the score being 7 to 0. Both games were played in the best of friendly feeling, the team and visitors enjoying a good day's sport, The Langdon line-up will try it out again with the Munich champs later and perhaps something will be "didding," Unlimited money to loan on first mort gages, liberal amounts and lowest rates. Joseph Power, Langdon, N. D. I'Hhi COURIER-DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, JUNE 25 1914 Hats going at wonderfully low prices at Miss Olson's millinery sale. Dewey Pierce is over from Lakota for a stay of a few day with a number of his old Langdon friends. Preserve your complexion by using Nyall's cold cream, for saleatSpellman's drug store. Jas. Walker was the purchaser of a Ford touring car at the Ramage garage during the week. MrsR. Reynolds returned Thurs day from a short visit during the week at the home of Druggist and Mrs. J. L. Chard at Hannah. Automobile tires. The celebrated Goodrich tire, you can't get better. They are sold in Langdon by McLauch lin & Stranger. Howard McNiven, who is in his second year at Macallister college, Minneapolis, reached the Langdon home of his parents on Monday for a visitduring thesummer vacation. Rev. W. Ewart Dudley and wife auto ed over from Lakota, returning home on Saturday after spending part of the woek here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Liebeler, parents of Mrs. Dudley. Lost—Wallet containing $100, several bonds and two tickets to Bennett's show. Finder may keep money but return tickets, I can't afford to miss A Home Run," June 29, at Langdon. Miss Take. Miss Florence Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Reed, left Monday for Saulte Ste Marie, Mich., where she will enjoy a summer holiday vacation at the home of her cousin, Miss Ada McDer mid. Miss Bessie Braithwaite, sister of Mrs. M. I. Forkner and one of the class of '15 of the Langdon high school, left Tues day for a stay during the summer vacation at the home of her parents in South Dakota. Mt. Carmel farmers to the number of a dozen were here Saturday to help J. Schuler haul home the lumber for his new frame barn, which takes the place of the one struck by lightning and burn to the ground about two weeks ago. Gollmar Bros, bill posters were here yesterday putting up the bill board and advertising matter for their circus which will be in Langdon on WednesdBy, July 15. They billed all the surrounding towns from here making trips in all directions by auto. J. W. Pomeroy, in a letter during the week is located as covering a territory through the states of Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma with the International Har vester Co., where harvesting and thresh ing is under full headway with a big crop average yield quite general. Mrs. C. E. Johnston returned yester day from Minneapolis accompanied by her mother, Mrs, Kinsell, whose serious illness called Mrs. Johnston east a couple of weeks ago. Mrs. Kinsell will remain in Langdon at the home of her daughter the greater part of the summer. Drs. Smith, Hughes & Haseltine DENTISTS Donovan Block Ernie L, Peterson's unselfish and untiring efforts to secure the endorse mentofGovernorHanna's administration at yesterday's primary election is worthy of more than a passing notice. Editor Peterson from now on expects to find more time for his newspaper work and his duties as deputy state game warden for the northern part of the state. Miss Annie Gapp was in town on Mon day from her home at Mt.Carmel for the first time since her recent attack of ap pendicitis, which necessitated her under going an operation in the Langdon hos pital. Her visit Monday enabled Miss Gapp spending a pleasant hour at the hospital with Nurse Smith and her as sistant to both of whom she became greatly attached during her confinement in the hospipal Miss Edna McDermott returned to Langdon on Saturday from Jamestown accompanied by her two sisters Misses Irene and Nellie, who went there last week to witness the 24th. annual com mencement exercises of St John's acad emy and the conferring of a diploma upon their youngest sister as afn academy graduate, who received the additional honor of being awarded' a gold medal for her high averages in the studies of geometry,- history and1 Latin. In the class play Shakespeare's "Merchant of Venice," she took the part of "Nevissa," the hand maid of "Portia." Mrs. W. F.Cushing of Bismarck, was one of the KForth Dakota delegation last week to the meeting of the national fed eration of woman's clubs held in Chica go. From there Mrs. Cushing traveled1 to Boston, sailing from there to Norway to be present at the presentation of the Lincoln statue at the centennial exposi tion at Christiana on the Fourth of July. The Guahings will be recalled as former Langdon residents, at which time Mr. Gushing published the Republican and later started up the Langdon Times. Hb is now tilling the position of secre tary of the board of railroad commission lerr. MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING 25% OFF UMM LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR 331/3% OFF Others may come and others may go, but the Bennett show goes on forever. A special discount of 10 per cent on shoes, hats, and furnishing goods at Sciiefter's. The Donovan drug and iewelry store is sole agent for the Eastman Kodak, ranging in price from $1 to $25. Alderman J. A. Balgaard had as a visitor over Sunday his brother Julius M. Balgaard, whose home is at Ashby, Minn. Simon Schefter's residence properly on north Fourth street adds to its improyed appearance this week with a coat of new paint. Goodrich tires wear the longest and are the best known to the automobile trade. They are sold in Langdon by McLauehliu & Stranger. John McGruer, one of the '12 class of t.he Langdon high school, arrived home Tuesday from the state university at Madison, Wis., for the summer vaoation. Mrs. Vivian Ridlington and sister, iMiss Daisy Allert, returned Thursday from Park River where they had visited a few days at the Farup home since attending the Christian Endeavor con vention at Inkster last week. II. T. Halla, principal of the Langdon high school the past year, left Tuesday to spend the vacation at his home in South Dakota. At the opening of the fall term in September Mr. Halla takes charge of the public schools at Hannah. Kd. Lothspeich. who left Langdon ths early part of last winter to visit at the old home of the famih in Illinois return on Thursday and will again engage in the contracting and building line in this vfeinity through the summer season, Joseph Stroeder and wife and Mrs, J. P. Dosman of Mt, Carmel, took the train from here Monday for Milwaukee where two of Mr. Stroeder's daughters, Misses Ursula andEllenora, and Miss Margaret Dosman will take the novitate vows of the Sisterhood of St. Frances at St. Joseph's convent. Manager P, J. Antony of the Munich ball team asks that the DEMOCRAT an nounce the big double header to be to be played Sunday at Munich with Cando, Munich's record to date shows a winning of five straight games, in which they have defeated Clyde Calvin and Langdou. There will be something do ing at Munich on Sunday all right. Walhalla's eight-day Chautauqua as sembly will open next Sunday with a most excellent program billed for each day until the close on the following Sunday, July 5. One of the features to occur during the week which should be given a big attendance from the outside towns is-the unveiling and dedication of the Scott memorial and martyr's monu ment in the Walhalla cemetery, which is on the program of Thursday, July 2. On the Fourth of July the people of Walhalla promise their Chautauqua visitors the most gorgeous and' patriotic celebration of the nation's holiday that lies within the power of human concep tion. Among the galaxy of lecturers and platform talkers is Father J. M. Cleary of Minneapolis, a speaker known throughout tbe west, and a brother of Attorney Cleary of this city. SCHULKE'S Big June Clearance Sale Will Last Until July the Fourth We still have a Large Stock of goods which will be Sacrificed. Remember Saturday, June 27th we will have extra Bargains in the Following: LADIES, CHILDREN'S AND MENS SHOES 121/2% OFF SCHULKE'S DEPT. STORE Get your magazines and periodicals at Spellman's drug store. Mrs. M. Fuchs and children left for a visit until after the Fourth with relatives and friends at the former home of the family at New Ulm, Minn. Proprietor Berg of the restaurant at the old stand of the New England Cafe has enlarged his dining reomand install ed a lunch counter to enable the taking care of the short order business. Mr. Plummer, Sr., father of Wm, I Plummer, who has been quite ill for a couple of weeks is out and around again I taking an active interest in the day's doings of the town despite the fact that the old gentleman is in his ninetv-fourth year. J. F. Ramage made another new record in the sale cf Ford cars this week. On Friday night he unloaded another car shipment, it being the ninth received since the season opened. Saturday he I sold five Ford cars and at the rate these June rains increase the big crop pros pect hardly expects to be able to supply the demand as harvest draws near. J. S. Gogin was an arrival on Friday's I noon train and made one of the party from Langdon to attend the big farmers club picnic at Daniels. Mr Gogin had I just returned to his home at Osnabrock I from a trip over the entire Red River Valley aild appeared to be quite flatter ed and well pleased with the support given his candidacy for the democratic congressional nomination in the First) district. T5he ClarR Jewel Range PAGE FIVE LADIES SUITS AND DRESSES 331/3% OFF LADIES BLACK SILK 65c HOSE FOR 29^ I. I»K0T«. Sail! Fire! Toanado Insurance Talk with T. E. Burke. DOMINION DAY July 1st, at Manitou, Man. The Biggest and Best yet, featuring the following attractions. 1 a a Parade. 2. Base Ball—International Competition. 3. Athletic Card. 4. Two Brass Bands 5. Arrangements are in pro gress by the Committee for an Aerial Exhibition by Aviator Blakely. Admission 25c Children Frer W. A. PARKER, Pres. C. E. DAVIDSON, Treas. E. J.MASON, Sec. We carry full lines of HARDWARE, PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES D. C. McDONALD HARDWARE AND HARNESS LANGDON, N. DAKOTA represents the high est type of Gasoline Stove construction. It solves the problem economical of cook ing, giving the user every advantage and convenience which the use of gas stoves and other modern appliances afford. -wA!