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Our doctors are still kept on the jump night and day. Get ready for the United War Workers Drive, November llth-18th Get the epidemic of Spanish flu out of the way and the season will be here for church suppers. It is now announced that the Uni versity of North Dakota will re-operi on November 12th. It was to have started up again on Tuesday of this week. Since the first of the month it is generally admitted by dealers that the northern part of the state, Lang don included is facing a serious hard coal shortage. North Dakota's next loyalty cam paign is from the 11th to the 18 th of this month, when funds are to be raised throughout the nation for the United War Workers. A late bulletin from the experi ment station of the Fargo agricultural college at Fargo says that the best time to kill quack grass is ju9t be fore freezing up time. From reports made by the doctors and what news comes from the south end of the county the towns over on the Soo are practically immune against the [prevalent epidemic of Spanish influenza. According to a .ruling of the food administration, effective the first of November the sugar ration for each individual is raised from two to three pounds each month, with the privi lege of a family buying a month's supply at one time. Farm loan bond. in the future will bear only per cent interest instead of 5 per cent, carried by the last block of more than $50,000 offered last May. Since these bonds, to be issued soon,will be absorbed entirely by the treasury, however, the reduc tion will have but little effect on the financial market. Official notification was received during the week that all teacher's institutes in the state have had their dates cancelled, because of the pre velance of the Spanish flu epidemic. The meetings of Bchool officers and the annual gatherings of the state educators to have been held the com ing week have been indefinitely post poned for the same reason. Miss Helen Sullivan was home from Bismarck a day or two the fore part of the week to participate in the election in behalf of Hon. N. G. Mc Donald, the present incumbent of the office of superintendent of public in struction. The effective work done by Miss Sullivan is shown when con sideration is given the opposition which has developed against Mr. Mc Donald in his home county. On Monday Governor Frazier w:s here for a short time during the fore noon, meeting and conferring with his supporters and others prominent in the councils of the non partisan league in this county. Health regula tions over the state have made a speech making campaign an impossi bility this fall, but just the same the visit of the governor to Langdon, even though for the short space of a few hours enabled bis being able to meet while here many whom he had know in fomer years, long before Buy a war savings stamp. A car of Lignite coal on car this week. $6.25 per ton. Langdon Wood Yard. Have that suit cleaned, pressed and repaired at the Q. K. shop. D. Roach proprietor. Landlord T. B. Hankey and son were over Sunday visitors in Grand Forks with friends. Wait for the big sale at the Har vey Center farm of Robert Work, Wednesday, November 20th. T. E. Burke waB looking after the buBimss of his insurance agency at towns down the line a day or two of last week. Bring in your old gold and. silver the government needs it, and will pay you a good price for it. A. O. Wold Co., Jewelers. Rev. Duncan Matheson was a Fri day visitor to the county seat from Hannah for a short time between trains during the afternoon. Among the fatalities over the county from Spanish influenza is the death during the week of Mrs. Fred Mead, the postmistress at flyde. the beacon light of politics had lured I two boys from the vicinity of Lang' him from the farm, or that visions don' who have been attending the of the gubernatorial chair at Bis- vocational training school at the marck had taken the shape of a dream Fargo college for a couple of months of political ambition. Here in Lang-' were home on a short twenty-four don there ate several of the alumni hour furough the end of last week of the state university who were T^ere is prospect of their shortly te class mates of the governor when ha jng moved to a training camp to com educational1 piete their military work before be was a student at that institution. ing sent overseas, sr AT THIS SEASON Meat Suppiies*Harvesting and Threshing Crews Your photograph in one of our leather photo covers will make handsome Christmas gift for a soldier or sailor friend The Opie Studio. Are lines we give special attention to. Get prices on Fresh and Cured Meats before buying. Miss Zilpha Stevenson has been down with an attack of appendicitis and will undergo an operation as soon as the patient's condition permits. CITY MEAT MARKET Christmas presents for soldiers at the front must be sent at once. If you do not know the rules governing this matter see A. O. Wold Co. Jewelers. Levi Hooey has moved from the farm into the Langdon property he owns on north Fifth street, which has lately b«en vacated by the Will Farrell family Frank Hooey was here from his farm near Concrete, making a visit with Langdon and Dresden friends while looking after business matters a day or two of of last week. Robert Murie's home in north Har vey had five "flu" paient* at one time during the week. Reports are that all of the family are coming through without any serious compli cations setting in Attorney Geo. M. Price and George r., have each been down and out, taking the count from Spanish flu for several days during the week, but come through without the result be ing as serious as it might have been Dr. E. J. Hughes DENTIST A. M. RAY D. NELLY, Prop. PhOlM 35 HOUH3 Phone 112 9 to 12 SCHULKEBLOCK F- M. 1 to 6 Laogdon, N. D. Miss Dorothy Price arrived last Friday from Beach, N.D. and is as sisting in nursing: her father, Mr, Geo W. Price, and little sister, Ruth who have beenquite ill with influenza but are both now on the road recovery. Miss Price put in a couple of weeks nursing those down with the flu at Beach, after the closing of the schools before coming home. Everett Cheatley and Chris Olso THE COURIER-DEMOCRAT, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER », 1918 How many war stamps have you? A car of Lignite coal on car this week. $6.25 per ton. Langdon Wood Yard. Attorney P. G. Johnson was a Langdon visitor on Monday from his home in the vicinity of Milton. Remember that with a dozen photo graphs you have twelve inexpensive Christmass gifts. Call and Bee our Christmas line of folders. The Opie Studio. O. A. Drews haB severed his con nection with the Munich national bank, removing with his family to Minneapolis, where he takes a cashiership in a bank with the first of the year. County Auditor Side and his depu ty, Hans J. Dahl.have both had their families down with the prevailing epidemic of the "flu," but are now each able to show a clean bill of health in their homeB. The Langdon Light Ca., is giving its patrons an all night service since the epidemic of Spanish influenza became prevalent in the city. It is certainly appreciated in homes where patients have to be nursed in the night time* The two Langdon boys, Everett Cheatley and Chris Olson, who were home on furlough during the week stated that every man at the training camp at the Fargo a. c. was give a shot" as a preventative against the influenza. Herman Wendt, was a Dresden visitor Friday on business. He is getting his affairs in shape so as to start on a winter's trip as soon as the cold weather sets in and will en joy a round of visits with several old time friends of the family. Walker Hamilton and wife, who a week ago were called from the home east of town to the bedside of their son, Neil at Success, Sask., the lat ter being ill with pneumonia, write stating that the patient has fair chances of recovery. Mr*. M. Rabeiovitz was in town Friday and Saturday from Wales, ac companied by her son, Ted, who is home on a short furlough from Far go, where he has been under military training for a couple of months, and is about to leave for camp. Morgan Mercer is for the present holding down a position with tl Boyd department .store during his perforced vacation of the Spanish flu epidemic, which has also put the movie ehowB at the Electric theatre out of busi ness for the time being. Mrs W. B. Gordon went to Kil larney, Man., yesterday by way of Mowbray, being called there by news of a turn for the worse in the condi tion of her sister, Miss Jennie Ste wart, who has been in failing health during the greater part of the pa9t year. If you intend to send presents to the soldiers at the front you had bet ter act at once. If you do not know therules gove.u ng this see A. 0 Wold Co., who carry an ideal line off goods that will make good sui'jjble and serviceable gifts for solmers. George Sturm, who left during the pa*t week for St. Jame9, Minn., the riret stop over on his return to Cali fornia, was recalled to Langdon on Monday by the condition of his part ner, Mr. Geo. W. Price, wha for some time will be incapacitated for business from an attack of pneumonia J. W. Towey PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Langdon, N. Dak, Miss Mary Robertson returnes to her Langdon home this week for a visit of about a~ month before leav ing the United States about Decemer 1st with a contingent of American Red Cross nurses for service on the war front in France. Her applcation for service has been filed since last April, since which time ahe has been engaged in hospital work in Minne apolis. Rockwell G. Syre, the Chicago real estate man, holding farm lands in nearly every county in the state was here closing up the season's crop earnings with his renters several days during the Week. He was the foun der of what waB years ago known as the Farmer,s Trust Co., and is rated as being several times a mil lionaire and has two sons fighting over in France. This afternoon, commencing at one o'clock, Auctioneer Robillard is hold ing a sale one-half mile east of Olga, for A. M. Plante, who is retiring from farming. The bills that have been posted for the sale show among the twenty-three head of cattle, a large number of Jersey and Gurnaey milch cows, also two registered brown Swiss bulls, one and two years old and both registered. The aix head of horses to be sold include a well matched team of drivers. The usual terms will be offered and Thoa. Cre gan attends the Bale in the capacity of clerk. The Red Cross boxes are doing good work. Help them along. A car of Lignite coal on car this week. $6.25 per ton. Langdon Wood Yard. Remember that November 15th is the last day for mailing that Christ mas package to your soldier boy who is overseas in France. woMrawoooocooooooooraoooooooorooowoorooowofr BRING YOUR FILMS TO Efoe Opie Studio To.b» developed and printed Popular prices and quick service We also have a line of Films and Kodaks FOR SALE fowowwrawworarawrarororawwoMoowwraroflocS Mrs. Angus McPherson left Mon day returning to her home in Fargo after a visit during most of the week here and with friendB in Harvey. She was accompanied by her mother Mrs. McDonald, who for some months has been in poor health with kidney trouble. Mrs. McDonald was com pelled to make the trip on a cot in the baggage car. Rev. C. P. Drew was here on Monday from Lakota to conduct the funeral of Raloh, one of the twin boys of Mr. andMrs. Fred Watschke, Jr.,who died on Sunday following an cn attack of Spanish influenza. The deceased was about a year and a half old and Jit is understood that the other little one is in quite a serious condi tion with the same malady. Jas. D. McDougall, left Friday for Towner, N. to -look aftsr business matters and visit his sister, who is leaving there shortly to spend the winter in California. Jim still takes a sufficient interest in Cavalier county politics to cast & ballot for this week's election at the office of Auditor Eide, before leaving op his trip to the western part of the state. Sheriff Fred Thompson left Tues day for Philip, Wisconsin and return ing will be accompanied by Paol Kreuger, who is wanted here upon the charge of jumping a board bill at one of the restaurants. Kreuger came here in the fall to operate a threshing outfit. It is understood that there are a number of other creditors, whom he failed to settle with before leaving who are interest ed in his being brought back. A. O. WOLD Chiropractor and Optometrist Licensed to Practice in North Dakota, Montana, Washington, Oregon and California. LANGDON, N. DAK. Fred R. Hinkle, was in the city yesterday from Clyde on hi* way to Grafton to adjust the claims of policy, holders in the Security Mutual Life Insurance Co., of which he is agent over the northern part of the state. He will also have to include Inkster in the townB visited before returning to his home in the western part of the county. Mr. Hinkle was at one time postmaser at Clyde and at the time that Company E. was orSanized took good care to see that his sown was on the map. He has in the past year built up quite an extensive life insurance business in the towns over that part of the county, and is mw spreading out over the entire northern part of the state. A THOROUGH TEST One to Convince The Most Skeptical Langdon Reader The test of time is the one that counts. Doan's Kidney Pills have made their reputation by effective action. The following case is typi cal. Langdon residents should be convinced. The testimony is con firmed—the proof complete. Testi mony like this cannot be ignored. W B. Gordon, retired farmer, on Fifth street, South, says: "I suffer ed for a number of years with pains in the small of my back, directlv over my kidneys. My kidneys acted too frequently. I got Doan's Kid ney Pills and used them and they were just what I needed. They soon rid me of the trouble entirely." (Statment given August 31, 1907.) N« Troouble Since—On November 28, 1917, Mr. Gordon said: "I have not had any need of a kidney remedy for a long time. I give Doan's credit for my good health." Price 60 cents at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remdey—get Doan'B Kidney Pills the same that—Mr. Gordon had Foster'-Milburn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Daisy Roller Feed Mill FRED ALPSTAG PROPRIETOR. Flour, Bran, Shorts and Fresh Baled Hav SAL-VET The Great Live-Stock Conditioner The Great Worm Destroyer GARDEN and FIEUD --SEEDS- PHONE 08. Langdon, N. Dak. PC WEAR RUBBERS And keep your feet dry. Just another case of Safety First. It does not pay to run any risk with health even if this flurry of snow does not last long as there is more coming. We have a large and com plete stock in all sizes in Rubbers and Overshoes For Men, Women and Children Agents for BALL BAND Agents for AMERICAN The Schulke-Bradley Co OFFItl#. SERVICE STATION CWillSfd-P Expert (starting and Bering Lighting Systems and Magnetos O a Street LANGDON, ARTHUR SPARLING LIVE WELL BORING Anybody wanting a good well bored, 12 18 or 24, any depth WORK GUARANTEED WILLIAM HASTES Mt. Carmel, N. D. DC 3«E 3 N .tr PAGE- JPIVJfc. RUBBERS Langdon, North Dakota LOST—On or about October year old gray mare col4. stripe in face, was lasis Have Been Stilwell neighborhood. same up will notify Jat German Langdon, N. D. ranee m. STRAYED—From my don, three yearling filly, one roan geldinje armies of th.0 dark iron gray geldinjfceing violently Jas. G. Dickson*. the Allies from. QTRAVirn northern Italy STRAY ED——From my OW do you realize how important an item your groceries are? You eat ten hundred and ninety five times per year it is the most frequent and regu lar thing you do. Isn't such an important function worth the best groceries? Place Your Order With Us and we will guarantee the pleasure of the occasion. FAIR DEALING CLEANLINESS W.A.SCOTT&CO RIGHT PRICES SERVICE a and at gev_ one-half miles northeas nd Fr„nflp the end of May, one rof years old, no horns exc?ve sectors Notify Wm. Gendreau, 3nemy is fast both Belgium. You need not fear thelendld vor of tho nuenza. If you think tht 0f got it, come to the Langdon which took a ium. Ihe place where you ca^e room and board and receive careGer treatment at a co9t which is vout leas than your regular doctor charge you for a visit. You cte travel for less than a dollar a mile, the charge that he generally makes. Furthermore, the alopatha acknow ledge that they have no specific medicine against Spanish influenza. So why should you call in a person who admits that he cannot help you.