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PHILOSOPHY *WJien times are good, we arc worked to oeatH at\d when times arc bad, we &re starred to d?ath« An apple a day doesn't keep the dcctor away from our store. He comes here for his apples, onions ond QUALITY GROCERIES and you can't blame him for it when you see the quality of goods sold. W. A. SCOTT CO. Home of Red Pep, LANGDON. N. DAK. Additional Short Local News The Mathieu drug store is clearing floor space for a display of pianos that are expected to arrive here in a few days for the /all trade. Louis Fischer will move into town from Mt. Carmel with his family this fall and has rented the property cwned by Dr. Donovan opposite the Preebyterian church. Mrs. Alex. Eeintz arrived on Tues day's train from her home in the south end of the state and wjll spend some tima here with former Langdon friends of the family. Alex. D. McNabb who has been over at Calvin for some months in charge nf the St. Hilaire Lumber Co., business, came over here Sunday to join in the welcome extended Rob't Work. Jr. on his return from over seaa with the A. E. F. Mrs. Wm, Stevensen and Mrs. R. Harkness have been delegated by the •woman's missionary society of the Presbyterian church to attend the gathering to be held at Jamestown A AWOMAN Face Pouder Jontul 50c n^xt week in connection with the state synodical convention of the churches of that denominstion. Mrs. A. McKnight, who has spent most of the summer in a Langdon visit while looking after' property interests here left on Tuesday" for a stay through the winter with mem bers of the family residing in Idaho and Oregon. Snroute Mrs. McKnight will make a stop over at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Nic Dixon. GREAT BARGAINS. Great bargains in improved and wild lands in the banner clover leaf county of Minnesota. Farmers are getting from ten to twelve bushels of clover seed to the acre and selling it for $40 to $44 per hundred, giving them from $250 to $300 per acre ont of their clover seed also have a few carloads of dry seasoned wood for sale. Write for lists and prices to the Shelvin Clover Steed Company, Shelvin, Clearwater Co.. Minn. 10 Want to Rent or Buy A farm with good buildings, must be near to school and as close as possible to town and Lathern church. See, phone or write. H. O Wold, Langdon, N. D. In care of Dr. A. O. Wold. STRAIGHTFORWARD TESTIMONY Many Langdon Ciizens Have Profited By It. If you have backache, urinary troubles, days of dizziness, headaches for nervousness, strike at the seat of the trouble. These are often the symptoms of weak kidneys and there is grave danger in delay. Doan's Kidney Pills are especially prepared or kidney ailments—are endorsed by over 50.000 people. Your neighbors recommend this remedy—have proved its merit in many tests. Langdon readers should take fresh courage in the Btraighforward i-argo.—IV A. iloverstad, in charge of the bureau of markets at the North Dakota agricultural college, lias re signed to look after his personal farm has to breathe the fra grance of Jonteel, the New Odor of twenty-six flowers, only once to know it is a perfume that is rare and expensive. You expect its price to be for biddingly high. But you are astonished and delighted to find that Talc Jon teel sells at a price no higher than that of ordinary powders. Try it today. uic rapidly nm~ tured for the Fargo business men's in stitute to be held during the week of October 13. JL- argo.—The scarcity of teachers about the state this year has called the attention of various school boanls to the desirability of considering the '•vame-grown SUDD1.V. ontee Talc Jontetl 25c Combination Cream Jonteel 50c H. E. Close & Co, LANGDON, NORTH DAKOTA. WILSON'S WORDS CLEAR UP DOUBT CALIFORNIA THROWS OVER IT3 LEADER, JOHNSON, AND RALLIES TO LEAGUE. WEST GIVESJHIM OVATION All Doubtful Features of Pact Are Explained Away By President, and Former Doubters Hasten to Give Him Their Support. (By Independent News Bureau, form erly Mt. Clemens News Bureau.) Aboard President Wilson's Special Train—A continuous ovation along the Pacific coast and then on his eastward way back toward the capital was given to President Wilson a testimony of a Langdon citizen. W. B. Gordon, retired farmer, Fifth St., W., says: "I suffered for a number of years with pains in the small of my back, directly over my kidneys. My kidneys acted too fre quently. I got Doan's Kidney Pills and used them and they were what I needed. They soon rid me of the trouble entirely." Statement given August 31, 1907. No Trouble Since—On November 28, 1917, Mr. Gordon said: "I haven't 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 remedy —get Doan's Kidney Pills the same the same kind that Mr. Gordon had. Foster-Milburri Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. as he came toward the end of his month daylong speaking tour in behalf of the League of Nations. California, particularly the delightful city of Los Angeles, went wild in its enthusiasm for him and his advocacy of the League, and it was in that state, perhaps, that fye did his most successful missionary work. Hiram Johnson, California's former governor, now her United States sena tor, and considered by her as the most likely Republican candidate for the presidency in 1920, had before the ar rival of President Wilson, convinced a great number of citizens that the League as at present formulated was not good thing. He had told them that th$ United Statefe, becau&e of it, would be drawn into everj? petty European quarrel he argued that we would lose our sovereignty by joining with the European nations He had blamed the president for assenting to the possession by Japan of the Penin sula of ShanTung in China. BUREAU CHANGES NAME The Mount Clemens News Bureau, which has been furnishing reports on President Wilson's tour in behalf of the League of Nations to 5,500 papers, has adopted a new name and will hereafter be known as The Independent News Bureau. But. Mr. Wilson, with clear logic and with compeMing eloquence, answered to the entire satisfaction of Califor nia's people every objection which Senator Johnson had made to the League. And thousands of the state's citizens deserted the Johnson stand ard immediately and rallied to the sup port of the president. More than that, they came forward and said, "We were against you, Mr. President, but you have cleared everything up and now we are with you heart and soul." Still more than that, they let Senator Johnson know that they were no longer with him and that they disap proved of the speaking tour which he himself was making in opposition to the League and so powerful was the volume of public opinion which reach ed him, that the senator almost im mediately abandoned his tour. The Shan Tung question, because of the anti-Japanese feeling which undoubted ly exists along the Pacific coast was the'most serious which the president had to answer. He explained to the people that he had been powerless to prevent the rich peninsula from being given to Japan. England and France, through a secret treaty, had promised it to Japan for entering the war and remaining in it. That treaty had to be carried out. Anyway it was not China that was losing Shan Tung, but Germany, which had seized the terri tory from China in 1898 and held it ever since. Jap^in had promised, the president explained, to return Shan fung as soon as the peace treaty was ratified and it was only through the ratification of the treaty with the League of Nations inclusion, that China could ever expect to get h£r former property back. And she Burely would get it back, he declared, through the ratification of the League. There fore, through the same instrumentality no other nation could again prey upon the "Great, patient, diligent, but help less kingdom." As to our being drawn into any European conflict. The pres ident pointed out that no direct action such as the sending of troops to any part of the world to maintain or re store order could be taken by the Council of the League without a unani mous vote of the council members, therefore our vote could at once nega tive any such proposition as sending our soldiers where we did not want them sent. Besides, Mr. Wilson argued, "If you have to quench a fire In Cali fornia you don't send for the fire de partment of Utah." But, he argued, there probably never will be another war, if the League is established, for the members promise either to arbi trate their difference and accept the decision of the arbitrator, lay the dif ferences for discussion and publica tion before the Council of the League for a period of six months, and then, If possible, accept the council's advice. That failing, they agree to refrain from war for a further period of three months and nine month* of "cooling off," the president contended, would prevent any armed conflict. These clear explanations satisfied every reasonable hearer and destroyed the "Bugaboos" which Senator Johnson and others bad raised against the League. Through rugged Nevada into Utah, the lsod of Mormons, the president swept to find that -those flne people wore heartily with him for the League Mid manenoy of peace,. J. WES One Studebaker seven passenger auto in A. No. 1 condition, 2 extra casings, extra tubes, etc. 1 One portable steel auto garage in first class shape. Three complete bed room sets, consisting of iron beds, springs and matresses, dress ers, toilet sets, etc. Two center tables, 4 rockers One Hamilton piano One Wilton rug, 10x12, nearly new Several small rugs Two hard coal heaters One couch One Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine MAHON, jvmh'uifn.—J^evi "VvaiieV a mai rm) neer, is dead. He was employed by the Northern Pacific railway continuously for 32 years. Sheldon.—Cholera has broken out among swine ic this vicinity within the past few days and a considerable number hava haen last. Tt ,, ,, Should we try to doctor up the. nozzle, or should we remove the foot? Which appeals to our reason as the best thing to do? The pure Chiropractor is a mechanic. He does not massage or tinker with the nozzle. He haslearned the art of adjusting the human machine. He goes to the seat 1#8 Having disposed of my bakery business in Langdon, ind will remove from the state, I will offer my personal property at public auction, to the highest bidder, according to the usual terms, at the Columbia Hotel site in Langdon, Saturday, Oct 4th Beginning at 3 p. m. Sharp Read the List of Property to be Sold: NOTHING RESERVED. EVERYTHING MUST BE CLEANED UP. Shadwinkel, Owner of the trouble Six dining chairs One dining room table Six kitchen chairs One Kitchen table One kitchen range One combination cupboard and dish cabinet One three burner kerosene range with oven Cooking utensils of all kinds Dishes, glassware, etc. Shovels, axes, hoes, rakes One post hole auger One gasoline tank, oil barrels, etc. One washing machine Mirrors clocks, etc. Carpets, tools, etc. Auctioneer MIKE BACKES, Clerk Minotf—A local farmer who sold his personal property at auction planned on a $2,000 sale and realized proceeds amounting to over $3,000. Valley City.—Tetanus resulting from a wire fence scratch upon the arm caused the death of Erwin S. Boorman, a?ed. 25. .at this nlaee. Chiropractic Common Sense. 1 If one or more of the bones of the spinal and Spinal Nerve* column is subluxated or forced out of the nor mal position by some concussion of external forces, either by a blow, fall or strain, pres sure on one or more of those thirty-one pairs of emitting nerves will, in proportion to the displacement, shut off the current of mental impulses, thus causing a lack of expression of life, which means dis-ease, the light pro portionately grows dim. Sit on your foot and "it goes to sleep," you have shut off the current. The foot is temporarily paralyzed. Step on the hose and the water cannot freely run. Nose Heart and adjusts the subluxated vertebra to its na tural position by use of only his bare hands. Thus the mind will grasp the philosophy, that he has now madd it ^possible for the full amount of life force or impulses to reach the diseased organs to restore and continue health conditions. If the 7th Dorsal vertebra is out of position, thus impinging the nerve emit ting at this location, it is obvious that the stomach, which-is supplied by this nerve, could not' properly digest food. It lacks its full quota of mental impulses, hence indigestion is the result. When the Chiropractor adjusts the subluxated ver tebra to its normal position and full quota of mental impulses to produce normal function, the dis eased condition ceases. Does this not seem reasonable? Pigurately speaking, the Chiropractor has taken "the foot" off the hose, and natural action follows. Consultation and Spinal Analysis Free. Langdon Sanatorium. DR. A. O. WOLD. DR. G. E. HAR1MAN. vv ifftisor.—several"new buildings naro been erected recently, in response to the increasing business demands of the town. Williston.—Sam Brooks, colored, has been returned to Williston from Woll^f Point, Mont., charged with attempting to hold up the crew of a Great North JK2 freight train „i^?rv J^arlej.. Diagram* Sboiriog Dependence of all Ofcsane qson Spine Stomach SMAIL 1N115TINES KIDNEYS AND BLADDER COLON AND APPENDIX THIGHS AND LEGS OWrttUt lihw iwB» pntnra apw ,rA wUm.