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PAtiJU FOUR
ouncr.Qrmocrat.
A I E 5 E
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runrsil&y
morning at Lang
4o£, Cav,iliic. county, Nortli I»akota.
Entnred al tiie Post orticnof Lainftion asmail
matter of lie Oinss.
Subscription ^1-^0 PtM ninuu: Canada §2.00
per annum. Ailvertwini: i-ates ou application.
Communications must !u ivcoivecl by Tuesday
loon to riu'i'ivi' jirnm p'a! Hiition
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET
For Congressman:—
KRlil) BARTlIOl.OMKW
For Governor:
S. J. IOYI.E
For Lieutenant Governor:
J. P. SMITH
For State Auditor:--
TIIKO SHRR
For State Treasurer:
M. F. II EGG E
For Attorney General:—
S. WOOLEDGE
For Commissioner of Insurance:—
F. 1?. SCHXELLER
Commissioners of Railroads:—
DAVID GORMAN
J. L. HARVEY
DEMOCRATIC LEGISLATIVE TICKET
State Senator iStli District:—
\Y. H. FORTER
Representatives iStli District:—
JOHN RE ID
JOSEPH McGAl'VRAX
C. B. HAMMOND
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET
For County Judge:—
H. E. DORYAL
For Register of Deeds:—
FRED BORUSKY
Clerk of District Court:
C. S. ROBERTSON
Co. Com'r Fifth District:—
ALEX. RUSSELL
NON-PARTISAN -Judiciary
For Justice of the Supreme Court
CHARLES J. FISK
HARRY A. BRONSON
UON-PARTIS
AN—Educational
For State Superintendent:—
X. C. ACDONALD
MINNIE J. NIELSOX
For County Superintendent—
FRED J. REHER
The latest new feature of Hoover
ization of food during these war days
is the issuing of cards for the cur
chase of flour. The required substi
tutes are rot on the "fifty fifty"
plan, but only require the purchase
of one-fourth substitutes.
Did .you know that the wheat acre
age of North Dakota for 1918 was
nearly 1,000 000 acres over that of
the.preceding year? That looks as
though our farmers, in addition to
being intensely patriotic are long
headed enough to see that governman
tal control of the price of wheat is a
giod thing for the producer—espec
ially whera the crop is put onto the
market as soon as it is threshed.
They should now demand of our law
makers of the Northwest that they
secure enactment ..whitth would take
the control of the price of all farm
products out of, the bands of tbe
speculators..- /-A.T-
Grain price, with the exception of
wheat, which isunder governmental
control, are aeriousty-jfeeling the de
pression in thejtyarkfet'«au«ed by the
a ival on the nair^t isince harvest
and threshing of the crop, of
!»'. vy shipments of Wew grain. The
13. viest slump in price doubtless' is
thf iered by flax, which has gone
to $3.19, while the top price
fbr the crop of last year was $4.20,
tyioging the quotation to-day to a
foliar less than that of the maximum
on last year's crop. Barley les§ than
ofk^ year ago had a local selling
pVice of around $197, while the
best offer now for the new crop is 62
Oents. There has also been a falling
though less preceptible in oats,
which are now on the market at 53
cents, against a top price for the
better grades of last year's crop- of
over 80 cents. This should also argue
favoring a governmental control of
the entire grain market and will have
much to do with making the wheat
producer satisfied with the judgment
4hown when a stable price was set
for this product o! the farm now
aibout a year ago.
'One of the near approaching events
—two weeks "from tonight—will be
Hallowe'en. The days of pranks and
mischief in tho dark hours of' the
Hallowe'en night have of late years
b?en a thing of the past. No doubt,
however, there will be a number of
aocifti events to kefp tbe younger
(Abple in the proper moodHrf sueh^an
occsiion.
Minot.—The fall term of the federal
court which was to bo held here has
been postponed.
Walcott.—Uunrlars entered the store
of .lordheim & (Joins here, taking
quantity of dothiny.
Starkweather.—I'd T.arson, a farm
hand, was eruslud to death by a trae
tor which he was operatinj on a farm
near here. t.
Gilhy.—A £as" leak in the liuhtiii.c
plant at this ]ilaee nearly caused tir
death of llobcrt Haddow, from
asphyxiation.
Grand Forks.—Local home guards
found useful employment in helping
the lied Gross members pack supplies
for Helgian refugees.
Oberon.—Xo relatives have yet been
located of John Hurnett, who was
found dead, a victim of heart disease,
in his room at a hotel here.
Almoin.—Federal slacker chasers
gathered in a young man named lJrox
meycr at this point, diarged with hav
ing failed to register on September 12.
F.ismarck.—Frank Ileibauer, an em
ploye of the Hughes Electric company,
is in the hospital near death from Hy
ing fragments of ail exploded tly
wheel.
Hertliold.—This city will have $10.
000 potato warehouse with a housing
capacity of 110,000 bushels. A local
company is being organized to finance
the enterprise.
Aniidon.—Eight hundred and thirty
Slope county farmers have made acre
pledges to the lied Gross, which are
hoped to net the work sums varying
from i?G to $2."i each.
Fargo.—Since the closing of thea
tres and moving picture houses here,
local patriots have been developing a
move to have the savings of theatre
goers turned over to the lied Gross.
Grand Forks.—L. B. Mathison. de
serter, self-confessed auto thief and
jail breaker, who is wanted here and
other points about the country, is
still at large, according to latest re
ports.
Bismarck.—Lieutenant Robert Re
nard. a French soldier who fought'on
the west front for four years, has been
brought ro tlie state for a series of
addresses under 'the auspices of tile
state council of defense.
Grafion.—While endeavoring to
t'/f.-r a jammed shell from a loaded
Shotgun. Ilev. H. T. Sockett of this
place sustained a serious wound when
the load was discharged, sending the
rumrod through his right hand.
.'"Willistoti —Over 5,000* volumes are
tfotvioa file in the, public library here.
(Snaud iFwrks.—S|ate university en
rollment up to the evening of October
5th this .year was 768 as against 67f
oil the same date last year.
Garrington.—Ministers and lay dele
gates of 242 Congregational churches
in this state, in conference here a few
days ago, went on record as condemn
ing the inconclusive peace propaganda
being spread in the interests of Ger
i.*i ninny uarts
FOR STATE SENATOR.
At the request of the independent
voters of Cavalier county I am a can
didate on the democratic ticket for the
office of state senator for thiB county
and respectfully, ask the support of
my friends and acquaintances. In
1886 I came to this county from
Ontario, attended the common schools
taught and graduated from the May
ville normal in 1899. I then studied
medicine at the University of Illi
nois and graduated in 1903. After
graduating I practiced for two years
at Olga and then located at Calvin.
If elected state senator I will consi
der it my one duty to further all leg
islation that will permanently benefit
my county and state.
DR. W. H. PORTER,
Calvin, North Dakota.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
To the Voters of Cavalier County
You will find my name in there
publican column, on the ballot at the
election of this fall, as a candidate
for re election as a Member of the
House of Representatives from the
Eighteenth legislative district
My candidacy again has the endor
sement of the Non Partisan league
and if re-elected I promise to give
my attention to such legislation as
will in my opinion best serve the
voters and taxpayers of the state.
Asking your vote and influence at the
poll* on Tuesday, November 5, 1018
..'iv Respectfully,
OTTO ItBTTtiBR,
Langdon, N. D,, Oct. 12, 1918.
COURIER-DEMOCRAT, THUKSDAi, OCTOBER 17, 1018
Malcolm Darling, Jr., i3 one of
the Langdon quit* in training at
Camp Custer, who is reported as be
ing in quarantine suffering from an
attack of Spanish influenza. Reports
received, however, do not give appre
hension of his condition being such as
t.' cause alarm.
FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
To the Voters of the Fifth Lh-.tnet—
Receiving tbe endowment of the
democrats for re election to this office
at the primary election in June, 1
would at this time ask the. support cf
these voters in my district who con
sider my past record entitles me to
another term.
I have been a resident and taxpay
er of Cavalier ur.ty for the past
thirty-five years stand for giving
each and all of tii tax payers of the
county a square di al.
Your vote and support at the com'
ing election will be appreciated and
my best efforts to deserve this recog
nition. if elected, is assured to all of
my constituents,
s,
Respsctfully,
ALEX RUSSELL.
FOR REPIiESENTAI iVE
After having served on tie hoard
of county commissioners of Cavalier
county for eight years and also hav
ing filled several of the township and
school district offices during my resi
dence of 36 years in North Dakota,
I finally declined all offices, but, afc:
the Fusion meeting hel2 in Langdtoif
was asked to become a'candidate for
the house of representatives and bc3
cepted the call. My name will ap*
pear in the democratic column on the
ballot and I respectfully solicit the
active support of my friends in this
campaign. For 36 years I have
lived on the farm in Olga township,,
and it elected as a representative
will endeavor to faithfully repre-,
sent the people of Cavalier county,
Respectfully Submitted,
JOHN REID,
Beaulieu, North Dakota.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
Having received the nomination
from the Democratic party for the
office of County Judge at the last.
Primary Electon, respectfully request
the support and vote of all my
friends and voters of Cavalier county
at the coming general election to be
held on Tuesday, November, 5th,'
1918. If elected I promise to serve
the public to the best of my know*1
ledge and ability, as I did in the
past, impartially and equitably toalf
Respectfully and Sincerely Yours,
H. E. DORVAL,
Ex-County Judge.
Dated Langdon. N. D., Oct 1, 1918
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS
To the Voters of Cavalier County.—
Having the nomination for Regis
ter of Deeds at the June Primary, 1
respectfully solicit your vote at the
coming election on November 6th,
1918. My name will be found in the
republican column on the ballot. On
account of shortage of help and extra
heavy work in the office at this sea
son of the year, it will be impossible
for me to make a campaign or even
Bee a small percentage of the voters
personally, but I with to assure you
that, if elected, the office1 will be
conducted in the future in the same
conservative manner as it has' been
in the past while under my charge.
You are all aware of the fact that
the Register of Deeds is custodian of
the records of the title to your real
estate and your home, and any errors
in this office are liable to cause seri
ous trouble and expense I give the
office my undivided attention and
every instrument passed on by my
self before it is allowed to be placed
of record, and the fact that I have
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never had an instrument misplaced or
an illegal instrument recorded is the
best evidence of the efficient manner
in whic'i the office is conducted,
Respectfully Submitted,
JOSEPH POWER,
Langdon, N. D,, October 1, 1918.
FOR COUNTY JUDGE.
To Voters of Cavalier County:
I am a candidate cn the Republican
ticket for the office of County Judge
at the election to be held on Novem
ber 5t", 1918, and owing to the
amount of work in the office and the
shortage of help I will be unable to
make a personal canvas.
I received the Republican nomina
tion at the June primaries and mv
name will be found in that column
on the ballot.
My entire time is devoted to the
duties of the office and my yearly ex
pense account for help has been less
than one half of what it was in the
years before my election to the office
Soliciting the votes or the electors
I am yours respectfully for efficiency
and economy
F. W. BLEAKLEY,
Dated Langdon, N. Dak., October
7th, 1918.
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Cavalier County National Bank.
FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS.
Having received the nomination on
the Democratic ticket at the June
primrary, I respectfully solicit the
the vote and influence of the voter at
the November election.
I am well acquainted with most of:
the people of Cavalier county, having
taught school for many years in this
county. I am now engaged in farm
ing and I am the only farmer that is
naw a candidate for a county office
I promise if elected to'give my whole
time to the duties of this office and
that everything will be conducted in
a business like manner.
FRED BORUSKY,
Dated Langdon, N. Dak., Octo
ber 7th, 1918.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
I am requested by a representative
gathering of voters and taxpayers of
the county to become a candidate .for
the office of representative, aud ac
cepted. My name will be found on
the official ballot in the derppcratic
column. In support of my candidacy
I might state that I squatted on the
lard which' I later homesteaded
when surveyed, and pn which 1 have
BUSINESS CAR
actual use, the average Dodge
Brothers Business Car is as effi­
cient today as the day it was buiii
It will pay you to visit us
and examine this car.
Thfe haulage cost is nuusually low.
MOEN AUTO COMPANY
OSNABROCK, N. IDAK.
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lived since 1881. Since that time
I have endeavored to keep posted on
conditions and progress in the county.
If elected to the legislature, I will
endeavor to do my part in passing
and maintaining such laws as my ex
perience has led me to believe are
for the best general welfare of the
stat« and county.
JOSEPH McGAUVRAN,'r
Osnabrock, North Dakota.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE
I am a candidate on the Democra
tic ticket for the office of representa
tive from Cavalier county I was
asked to run and my candidacy was
endorsed at the Fusion meetings held
in Langdon. I came to Cavalier
county eight years ago from McLean
county, Illinois, and moved on to a
farm purchased the previous year in
Huron township, where I now live.
Though my time and attention has
been given to farming and Btock
raising instead of politics, I am as
interested as any other farmer, in
the problems .confronting us today
and if elected, will do the best that
I can in assisting in the passage of
laws that are fair and just to all.
'.-n C. B. HAMJlipND,
Clyde,'North Dakota.'
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