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visitin with her sister. ..Iarie W I&apos;ISER NEWS I Word has heeu received from rela- k lives thai a baby boy \\;,._ br P.) ?.!r i .... . ............ - ...... and Mrs Ed Lala of Shlt Pall1. Mr,. aenee -tin death 41 years old. Beldes his n Chree son, at Oakland, he :eavc-: to mourn his loss hls parent:% ' ! Mrs. Henry Burris, .one sis- ter, Martha, of New York and eight .... . Chas and Leo of New York another, and in a third a color mark-I ing, and by means of IVendeFs law brought out a combination of them i that swept the show rings of this con- ! I tlnent. Mr. Grout not only did this with the uernseys but also With Red Polls. Imported Reliqutery .Lala was forl,ler]v lii;'v Pla:ka of ol I Last week arrived from St Paul a Pisek. 'or Dis-},_iA:_;} yefqll:cly which WW3 OI'(AI'- ...........  i]le. ip  .SIX tllonthb }oo and which wa  ;,7 .............. )t: :C' b) r..ief ,,[ PaFiS. I.'lance. It ls T , AGE OLD PROBLEM tL -.' :." v,.e:', o work. and its pair " '  "q;' - - o: looked lor and wide throug  .....  (Cnqnued from Page 2) file Unitl States. This master- Miss Bertha Bnldinz eP_t':r.: ne:I v... ill lho ictory of icce of French Grass work is ll]o!ded lk{ol].lay evening, Mr. and M,:: T'; }lle piece of copper bras qnd P.1trrq and daughter /nriol.ic. ?. '.:. ! ... if {h- Presi len-I,llaet ...... ,qpearap.,,,e looks like gdd.<t Anna J/eed and Leonard Ch,.l:,y. Th uld,.r IiO lllOre pressure than Since t.h,, slat, of Missouri has l,.c{ It ,-;tands sevell illcti2{ c,.'ea:in being in honor of Mr. Cheg- h' -:, ; hv wop-n o['fi( e seekel'S expanded so many millions of aria  '::, ,' with several imi- hv' birthday anniversary. A deEei- i ,- ,, r :,in bal his riF.ht to vhoose dollars lo build hiffhways and l'iiE_.; l. it .<,.-akts (,: h:nch was served by Miss Bald- "' ,;, {,c wih full regard to the brideq aml the Fovernment has El-is relic F:, l: ConC[tl?] a re- ins ,.,,":< in' t',.s! Wotlld he amply prn- done "so much in imnrovina, the of .he L::;: !..' c_. ot ,Jesus. Edna 5{ o tvlxn went to Park RPJ- ,'coted. Miso,ri nd Mississippi river,. 111 the \\;v,):'! 'Fi,'!'e,e Li,-i- .':" lp: ]::,o" vl?ere ;lip is elTlployed [':"""- ':'" NoI |n0 !'.*'or |n l'h,[ce an has affain ms:to atlditlonal aC)tx F'athcr }]! ly_-:c:l = . t??t,, 11117 {tt t}e Jo]:ll }I'{us0n home ,AFt a }*orly lhe ,%.n;lh is Drolly a,PPragriatins for such work thrt)l..h I"tv. .\\;. [ l)o- Ch-).!; E. V.'In_','81e ot: Grand Fork w,,!l .,<tc! with r,,m,,,, to [ho Pr:si- may p)ple are miffr.'t';n to Oi lJCtL qll V. }1) :. ii:tl), i" . . .... C - . " t}i; -- and S:'}lrday here at- da,, A.qivHv il! ehoosin Assist- that stMe. ]iss,uri is so fav- lon lht Vali,,an S! ,!( The rti:;- :,;,, i, )u'::le -q ll]'ltPrs, all':L Thi i; Ih," Pr,,,id nt',,; pmro- orah|e located wRh refcrellee to ..... - 'r Grand Forks and Thos. Ti- h,!r. Grout is a grad,rote of the ], '". Win. Harry and Wallace of North Dakota college in 1908. and re- U,i.; vicinity. Robert was the first to eeived, his mast,.r of science degree. rom the family circle At l here in 1922. 'a ,)trt!eulars had b(,en ' :. Sir. and Mrs. Itenry Burrls fire Destrys Craft Block :l,." bare the hem'tfelt sym- "/'he Fashion Craft building, a six DOES NOT O]PERATE their many friends at tills :-'tory structure adjoining,, the Bank of Nova Scotia. at Winnipeg, was corn- Will be at pletely gutted by fir(, Saturday even_ I DACOTAII IIOTEL l in with a loss of a quarter of a rail- Saturday and Sunday March 2 and 3. I lion of dollars on the building and its Office llmn.s: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. contents. v" the i .... } m'iw.'ir[es which they 5IODERN 3ISSO-IIR-I ..... Coming tO GRAND FORKS Dr. Mellenthin i SPECIALI ST In Internal Iedieine for eighteen years. TWO DAYS ONLY N,) ('harges for Consultatiou Go qsh, p=;: a. a silver M- }.l g'; a:;}, Ib,-_horlv w}m tesche3 ',alive. q'be I-pper ]Iodv of Con* This beauti'tq object of art, /-hr);l .u:ar FOl'd;i}!e (.;-,l; tmme Fri-} ,"es<,, lies" the (]utv [o a{lllrove alie.r the veLera:..-d relic is de-'day evenln and lemaitled over lighttlho Chief Executive has made ills 'o the memory of the late at the home of her parents, Mr and recommendations. Lovcik who was he firs .Mrs. M. J. Dougherty. The Cabinet can counsel the Chief ot te SodaiRy o exchange, Lewis A. Sisson and Wallace Burris Valley o tears for the better be- were callers at Fordville between As soon as the relic arnves, trains on Monday. Small but wonderful remember- Gertrude Miller. who is employed at of the dead Sodalist will grace tile Henry Burris home spent the S't. Thereses' Clubroom in the St. week-end ar her parental home near Hall Movies Forest River. A week-end [)arty was held at the Swehla home when Otltia and Win. "Man Nobody Knows" was a scholarly picture which has shown last Friday and Saturday B. A. S. Hail. The geography tDography of Galilee and Jeru- lazek of Pisok, Mr. and Mrs. F L. i Swehla of Fordville and Anton So- !Lolik of this place were entertained. I Miss Blanche Swehla several sepnt days of the past week visiting her Executive as much as it likes but Hs advise does not alter, his abso- lute freedom to act on his own de- cision. When tho entire cabinet voted against the proposal to issue the Proclamation of Emancipation to free the slaves President Lincoln nnnouneed all the nays against his own aye, and said "'the ayes hav it". As Secretaries of State Treasury ' War, Navy, Interior, Agriculture. Labor and Commerce and' as Post- master General and ,Attorney Oen- this advantage over Scouts that there is hardly Scout Troop in the immedi- of Pisek. If there ally Girl Scout Troop some- one of the neighboring coun- except. Grand Forks. the Pisek ' WOuld be glad to get in touch it. It was promised several ao to Father Huebseh by Mr. ] Scout Executive of the Grand I district that a young lady will[ from the Columbia University 1 York to the State University tnd Forks Then this youngt WOUld also"visit the Pisek troop.] F. A Meyer. of Reynolds, N. visited with Father Huebsch be- trains last Tuesday. Father had an English sermon at Dr. silver jubilee in the priest- four ago at I'ayton. N. D. Augustine V. Svoboda was a Park River yesterday. Vinieent Schildberger spent a days at Grand Forks last week. With its surroundings was given friend Miss Otilia Blazek near Pi,:ek eral. the Cabinet in the eyes of-th Every one had to think in- On l'iday Anna M. Burris returned 'Senate lakes on a stgntfianee almost Places the person of the So- from near Inkster where she ha equal t, that of the PreMdeney It- Otherwise one had 1]o under- been the past two weeks at the home "]f. These annual expenditures of i for the fihn whatsoever. The of her sister and brother-tn-la Mr. the oxecutive departments approach l wa, taken of the places as and Mrs. Ous Trosen. , $2,000,000.000 These with the tnde-[ are now and. ol course, as they On Saturday Wallace Bmri, re!.urn-;pendent office:; have to do with the i Row so they were at the time or ed from Dahlen where he ha been cntIro wenlth of the nation whteh Christ Altbouh the picture d:u'in tile week lookln after b,'nes3 mw Is the unthinkable .um of 325 aal! entertaining it was for tile Robertson Lumber Coral)any. billions :nd is tn(,reasl,lg at tbe rate instructive. On Tnesday afternoon the members{ of owr :I0n  per quarter of a con- ..... ol the R. N. A. Lodae w'n'e pleasang-'lnrY Th;,v hay- to do with the na Neol[{, Iv (:n{;ertainod at the home of Mrs. C. tile Girl Scuuts o Pi- Uekdn,z. Mrs. Prank Nasnee asssted going to surpass in ent2qusiasm Mrs. Heising m serving hmch m the Scouts. Alt, hough organized fmests. raontb.s later than the Boy, L Chesley went to Oslo. Minn.. there is confident hope that Wedneseh.y where he was called for Will flourish and grow be- Section duty. expectation The Girl Scouts l Bert Kotaska went ro Park River I Yrlday to consult Dr. Weed in re- t card to a sprained foot. He had the misfortune of havnu :iis foot sprain-] led earlier In the/week i Mrs. John O'lell, who has been at I i i the Joe Foerst flWne for several i weeks returned  Wednesday to her l home near Fordville. Donna Marie. the infant daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foerster. was christened Monday, Feb. 18. by Fath- r Siml)son of Larimore, who went to the Foerster home to perform the ceremony. Mrs, All Kaste and Elea- nor Murray acted as sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Foerster, who have been patients at the Stone Sani- torlum for the past six weeks return- ed home the early part of the week and are much improved in health. On Saturday Mrs. George Holman vd Poly Anna of Forest River spent the day between trains with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Voracheek here. Mrs. H. J. Berger and Viola were callers at Park River Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Grinter and son home Wednesday. Lionel, Kate and Mary Maxwell drove boy was born to Mr and ,re Inkster Sunday, where they visited ' last t Mr and Mrs Dan 8utherland Pros a Sa urday. [ " I bandry department at the North De..[ Vavrovsky was a buslness I On Sur/day Mr. and Mrs. James t kota Agricultural college. In refer- I t Park River Monday. I Votava, Angeline and Alice were -,qsi-ling to work done by Grout at the I d Loveik was a Park River ] tors at the Frank Kotaska home. I(amous Jean Duluth farms, Dr. SheD-] between trains Monday I Mr. and Mrs. ttenry Burrls received] d statos that hebas an almost un-I Pavek spent the week-end last J a telegram Imday which brought] canny ability to combine bood liner' at Grand Forks ' I them the sad news of their son Ro-Imat will Drodvce form or ne'f m: ' .  or_- ;tine Novak spent a few daF[berts death at Oakland, Calif. Ro-I.nce as he desfns. At Duluth Mr week at Fargo where she was bert m the third son of Mr and Mrs ' m,t )io ' I " " " "[ " . 1 ..ked quarter conformation In 'ne blood line. udder conformation iv .., ,t,o, ,:, el, o ,,t,,**, ,,,t,@ ,}at ,}4,t,,I,b,t4,t, ,  @ 000@  ,t[O!l'S Ill '(IR!,% IIOW Nt?:tFIV a fifth of is woatih :,rot'with such mattersl as tax eolloc'lon. I'll)or regulaiion..;. I arrrtcultural interests, nubIIo health., I national YosoureeL educations, ,trade. trnsportatton by rail and air.: radio, public roads patents, pen-! sons, and almost every Interest of the idividual citizens High integre- ' i ly, experienced ability and broad vl- :ion. are required of the 'President", cabinet tr the people of the nation in their various occupations on farm. In Industry or commerce and o,s American citizens shall have their rtghts protected with respect to a multiplicity of such interests, the Senato must look when It gives Its consent to the President's choice. NORTH DAKOTA MAN IS cow EXPERT m TEXAS The planning dairy cow herds for n years hence is the life work f George p. Grout. graduate of th North Dakota Agricultural college, who is now vocational agricultural mat at Panhandle, Texas. He has three counties in Texas following his scheme of planning pedigree chars of heifers to be born In years to come. Most of the herds of these counties / are Jerseys and a few are Guernseys. "His proposition of line breeding ] seems to be worng out particularly] well down there, states Dr. J. H. I Shepperd, head 3f the Anmal hu-i cirr.ate and the great markets wl gwr, ishes such a diw.rsity f emMavraent for its inhabitants that colonies are being formed I elsewhere for the purpose of scttling in that state. Manu- facturing is carried on in most of the towns. Minin is an im- portant industry, The varied industries have led many people , to quit the farms to earn high-priced wages in the cities and on the rivers and highways. This has put mneh valuable land on the mar- ket at very reasonable prices. These conditions are very notice- able within a radius of fifty miles of the state capital. Now SOme of the most valuable lands in the United States can be bought cheaply. There are a number of pro- gressive communities in Mis- souri that are composed of Bo- hemians. Swiss and Germans. These people are not only mak- ing money but they are enjoying the fruits of their labor. Why shouldn't a colony be suc- cessful in farming operation where the seasons are suitable for growing all kinds of grain, fruits, vegetables, |ivestock and where the farmer puts away four good crops of alfalfa every summer? For further information wi'ite C. J, Ladman, Sandy Hook, Mis- souri. We'll Send a r00an at Once" And you may be snre yon are heariag the truth wln the mare at our end of the wire says that. We talize that when plumber is needed, he is need. ed quickly. We get him to you quickly. Our work is expert, our rato low. Try us out and you will Find that when we fix things, they stay fixed. We are ready at &ny moment to tackle any Job, big or smalY, Just give us a  at Phose 2P.8 wtum you need som plnmlzlag work done. P. C. DUFFY of liver bladder, i chronic toxication and lotion disLmba I:lood l)res,';ure, crders, skin. bed-wetting, weak adenoids, met, abolic , as Rhemuati,-:m. sci Flld chronic catarrh. Medicin.g re pared for each nrivate laboratory, ton tven o dlet as to :,d selection of foods. For this service a made. Dr. M(,Hmthin is a and are in a b hurry to aell It. let the "want Ad" column of the Park River Press prove its ability as a stmedy and ef- flcleat mtlmm medium. Everybody Reads tb-"r,, E, H, Farmers Elevator Co. e Home 00pntrolled Bank OIIOEI8: Henry Deaeker C. P. O'Brien Cashier G.$. Asst. mh/sr George Washington 1722.1929 He lives forever in / year must mean but another numersl upon hit tal epitaph. He will ever be alive with ms. He fought a bloody and dogged fight fo 111 - ghastly odds--and today we enjoy the  el Ith iolS ous victory. We shouM honor him--amd dL Farmers ecurRy- A number of fire dust extin- guishers on hand Dealer in Coal, Seed aM Grain 50 pound blocks Salt tonic in You have some-" thing to sell-. 'gOut IF - K, D, B.nnctt. C.hler. fl Natlonsl Mazda Electric Immlm mm mm lor Farm and City Llghth "Home o te far-Reachin Servia"  Plambtng end Heatlalg " ock FO " All St od Large quantity on han,d . Farmers Securit Park River, N. D. Karl J, Farup, pres/deaL SAY BAYER ASPIRIN" and Proved safe by millions and prescribed by Colds Headache Neuritis Pain Neuralgia Toothache First DOES NOT .MFECT, THE , Acceut only which"ontai'-" - H00ndy "00ayee V Ah bottles of 24 and Never Old Fashion Modes of dress change from year to year. Even? machinery and the tluipment used by Individuals gain their livelihood axe continually remodeled great many discarded bause they are 01d Fashioned. TM But a Bank Account never will become o/d fashion. ed The First National Bank of Park with the progress of banking methods, thereby all possible facilities for the better handlin of an count. Many in thi:; communiLy will avm] ale in medicine and thems:elves of the Ol)!ott.unit:! to visit hcensed:by the state , Dr. 'hg!entY.in ,)n this :;pecial vis:t to kota. Grand l'o-ks The (h)ci;or pays spe- Married women c!'d ate:tJ,.,, i, Ihe Scier,::e of In(or- l'anied by their naI Mehe;Ic azt ;),eteLie,, l-lc is Address: 224 tryikg ec, nsce:_Kiou,-]y L) eliminat, Angeles, California. visitin with her sister. ..Iarie W I'ISER NEWS I Word has heeu received from rela- k lives thai a baby boy \\;,._ br P.) ?.!r i .... . ............ - ...... and Mrs Ed Lala of Shlt Pall1. Mr,. aenee -tin death 41 years old. Beldes his n Chree son, at Oakland, he :eavc-: to mourn his loss hls parent:% ' ! Mrs. Henry Burris, .one sis- ter, Martha, of New York and eight .... . Chas and Leo of New York another, and in a third a color mark-I ing, and by means of IVendeFs law brought out a combination of them i that swept the show rings of this con- ! I tlnent. Mr. Grout not only did this with the uernseys but also With Red Polls. Imported Reliqutery .Lala was forl,ler]v lii;'v Pla:ka of ol I Last week arrived from St Paul a Pisek. 'or Dis-},_iA:_;} yefqll:cly which WW3 OI'(AI'- ...........  i]le. ip  .SIX tllonthb }oo and which wa  ;,7 .............. )t: :C' b) r..ief ,,[ PaFiS. I.'lance. It ls T , AGE OLD PROBLEM tL -.' :." v,.e:', o work. and its pair " '  "q;' - - o: looked lor and wide throug  .....  (Cnqnued from Page 2) file Unitl States. This master- Miss Bertha Bnldinz eP_t':r.: ne:I v... ill lho ictory of icce of French Grass work is ll]o!ded lk{ol].lay evening, Mr. and M,:: T'; }lle piece of copper bras qnd P.1trrq and daughter /nriol.ic. ?. '.:. ! ... if {h- Presi len-I,llaet ...... ,qpearap.,,,e looks like gdd.<t Anna J/eed and Leonard Ch,.l:,y. Th uld,.r IiO lllOre pressure than Since t.h,, slat, of Missouri has l,.c{ It ,-;tands sevell illcti2{ c,.'ea:in being in honor of Mr. Cheg- h' -:, ; hv wop-n o['fi( e seekel'S expanded so many millions of aria  '::, ,' with several imi- hv' birthday anniversary. A deEei- i ,- ,, r :,in bal his riF.ht to vhoose dollars lo build hiffhways and l'iiE_.; l. it .<,.-akts (,: h:nch was served by Miss Bald- "' ,;, {,c wih full regard to the brideq aml the Fovernment has El-is relic F:, l: ConC[tl?] a re- ins ,.,,":< in' t',.s! Wotlld he amply prn- done "so much in imnrovina, the of .he L::;: !..' c_. ot ,Jesus. Edna 5{ o tvlxn went to Park RPJ- ,'coted. Miso,ri nd Mississippi river,. 111 the \\;v,):'! 'Fi,'!'e,e Li,-i- .':" lp: ]::,o" vl?ere ;lip is elTlployed [':"""- ':'" NoI |n0 !'.*'or |n l'h,[ce an has affain ms:to atlditlonal aC)tx F'athcr }]! ly_-:c:l = . t??t,, 11117 {tt t}e Jo]:ll }I'{us0n home ,AFt a }*orly lhe ,%.n;lh is Drolly a,PPragriatins for such work thrt)l..h I"tv. .\\;. [ l)o- Ch-).!; E. V.'In_','81e ot: Grand Fork w,,!l .,<tc! with r,,m,,,, to [ho Pr:si- may p)ple are miffr.'t';n to Oi lJCtL qll V. }1) :. ii:tl), i" . . .... C - . " t}i; -- and S:'}lrday here at- da,, A.qivHv il! ehoosin Assist- that stMe. ]iss,uri is so fav- lon lht Vali,,an S! ,!( The rti:;- :,;,, i, )u'::le -q ll]'ltPrs, all':L Thi i; Ih," Pr,,,id nt',,; pmro- orah|e located wRh refcrellee to ..... - 'r Grand Forks and Thos. Ti- h,!r. Grout is a grad,rote of the ], '". Win. Harry and Wallace of North Dakota college in 1908. and re- U,i.; vicinity. Robert was the first to eeived, his mast,.r of science degree. rom the family circle At l here in 1922. 'a ,)trt!eulars had b(,en ' :. Sir. and Mrs. Itenry Burrls fire Destrys Craft Block :l,." bare the hem'tfelt sym- "/'he Fashion Craft building, a six DOES NOT O]PERATE their many friends at tills :-'tory structure adjoining,, the Bank of Nova Scotia. at Winnipeg, was corn- Will be at pletely gutted by fir(, Saturday even_ I DACOTAII IIOTEL l in with a loss of a quarter of a rail- Saturday and Sunday March 2 and 3. I lion of dollars on the building and its Office llmn.s: 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. contents. v" the i .... } m'iw.'ir[es which they 5IODERN 3ISSO-IIR-I ..... Coming tO GRAND FORKS Dr. Mellenthin i SPECIALI ST In Internal Iedieine for eighteen years. TWO DAYS ONLY N,) ('harges for Consultatiou Go qsh, p=;: a. a silver M- }.l g'; a:;}, Ib,-_horlv w}m tesche3 ',alive. q'be I-pper ]Iodv of Con* This beauti'tq object of art, /-hr);l .u:ar FOl'd;i}!e (.;-,l; tmme Fri-} ,"es<,, lies" the (]utv [o a{lllrove alie.r the veLera:..-d relic is de-'day evenln and lemaitled over lighttlho Chief Executive has made ills 'o the memory of the late at the home of her parents, Mr and recommendations. Lovcik who was he firs .Mrs. M. J. Dougherty. The Cabinet can counsel the Chief ot te SodaiRy o exchange, Lewis A. Sisson and Wallace Burris Valley o tears for the better be- were callers at Fordville between As soon as the relic arnves, trains on Monday. Small but wonderful remember- Gertrude Miller. who is employed at of the dead Sodalist will grace tile Henry Burris home spent the S't. Thereses' Clubroom in the St. week-end ar her parental home near Hall Movies Forest River. A week-end [)arty was held at the Swehla home when Otltia and Win. "Man Nobody Knows" was a scholarly picture which has shown last Friday and Saturday B. A. S. Hail. The geography tDography of Galilee and Jeru- lazek of Pisok, Mr. and Mrs. F L. i Swehla of Fordville and Anton So- !Lolik of this place were entertained. I Miss Blanche Swehla several sepnt days of the past week visiting her Executive as much as it likes but Hs advise does not alter, his abso- lute freedom to act on his own de- cision. When tho entire cabinet voted against the proposal to issue the Proclamation of Emancipation to free the slaves President Lincoln nnnouneed all the nays against his own aye, and said "'the ayes hav it". As Secretaries of State Treasury ' War, Navy, Interior, Agriculture. Labor and Commerce and' as Post- master General and ,Attorney Oen- this advantage over Scouts that there is hardly Scout Troop in the immedi- of Pisek. If there ally Girl Scout Troop some- one of the neighboring coun- except. Grand Forks. the Pisek ' WOuld be glad to get in touch it. It was promised several ao to Father Huebseh by Mr. ] Scout Executive of the Grand I district that a young lady will[ from the Columbia University 1 York to the State University tnd Forks Then this youngt WOUld also"visit the Pisek troop.] F. A Meyer. of Reynolds, N. visited with Father Huebsch be- trains last Tuesday. Father had an English sermon at Dr. silver jubilee in the priest- four ago at I'ayton. N. D. Augustine V. Svoboda was a Park River yesterday. Vinieent Schildberger spent a days at Grand Forks last week. With its surroundings was given friend Miss Otilia Blazek near Pi,:ek eral. the Cabinet in the eyes of-th Every one had to think in- On l'iday Anna M. Burris returned 'Senate lakes on a stgntfianee almost Places the person of the So- from near Inkster where she ha equal t, that of the PreMdeney It- Otherwise one had 1]o under- been the past two weeks at the home "]f. These annual expenditures of i for the fihn whatsoever. The of her sister and brother-tn-la Mr. the oxecutive departments approach l wa, taken of the places as and Mrs. Ous Trosen. , $2,000,000.000 These with the tnde-[ are now and. ol course, as they On Saturday Wallace Bmri, re!.urn-;pendent office:; have to do with the i Row so they were at the time or ed from Dahlen where he ha been cntIro wenlth of the nation whteh Christ Altbouh the picture d:u'in tile week lookln after b,'nes3 mw Is the unthinkable .um of 325 aal! entertaining it was for tile Robertson Lumber Coral)any. billions :nd is tn(,reasl,lg at tbe rate instructive. On Tnesday afternoon the members{ of owr :I0n  per quarter of a con- ..... ol the R. N. A. Lodae w'n'e pleasang-'lnrY Th;,v hay- to do with the na Neol[{, Iv (:n{;ertainod at the home of Mrs. C. tile Girl Scuuts o Pi- Uekdn,z. Mrs. Prank Nasnee asssted going to surpass in ent2qusiasm Mrs. Heising m serving hmch m the Scouts. Alt, hough organized fmests. raontb.s later than the Boy, L Chesley went to Oslo. Minn.. there is confident hope that Wedneseh.y where he was called for Will flourish and grow be- Section duty. expectation The Girl Scouts l Bert Kotaska went ro Park River I Yrlday to consult Dr. Weed in re- t card to a sprained foot. He had the misfortune of havnu :iis foot sprain-] led earlier In the/week i Mrs. John O'lell, who has been at I i i the Joe Foerst flWne for several i weeks returned  Wednesday to her l home near Fordville. Donna Marie. the infant daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foerster. was christened Monday, Feb. 18. by Fath- r Siml)son of Larimore, who went to the Foerster home to perform the ceremony. Mrs, All Kaste and Elea- nor Murray acted as sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Foerster, who have been patients at the Stone Sani- torlum for the past six weeks return- ed home the early part of the week and are much improved in health. On Saturday Mrs. George Holman vd Poly Anna of Forest River spent the day between trains with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Voracheek here. Mrs. H. J. Berger and Viola were callers at Park River Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Grinter and son home Wednesday. Lionel, Kate and Mary Maxwell drove boy was born to Mr and ,re Inkster Sunday, where they visited ' last t Mr and Mrs Dan 8utherland Pros a Sa urday. [ " I bandry department at the North De..[ Vavrovsky was a buslness I On Sur/day Mr. and Mrs. James t kota Agricultural college. In refer- I t Park River Monday. I Votava, Angeline and Alice were -,qsi-ling to work done by Grout at the I d Loveik was a Park River ] tors at the Frank Kotaska home. I(amous Jean Duluth farms, Dr. SheD-] between trains Monday I Mr. and Mrs. ttenry Burrls received] d statos that hebas an almost un-I Pavek spent the week-end last J a telegram Imday which brought] canny ability to combine bood liner' at Grand Forks ' I them the sad news of their son Ro-Imat will Drodvce form or ne'f m: ' .  or_- ;tine Novak spent a few daF[berts death at Oakland, Calif. Ro-I.nce as he desfns. At Duluth Mr week at Fargo where she was bert m the third son of Mr and Mrs ' m,t )io ' I " " " "[ " . 1 ..ked quarter conformation In 'ne blood line. udder conformation iv .., ,t,o, ,:, el, o ,,t,,**, ,,,t,@ ,}at ,}4,t,,I,b,t4,t, ,  @ 000@  ,t[O!l'S Ill '(IR!,% IIOW Nt?:tFIV a fifth of is woatih :,rot'with such mattersl as tax eolloc'lon. I'll)or regulaiion..;. I arrrtcultural interests, nubIIo health., I national YosoureeL educations, ,trade. trnsportatton by rail and air.: radio, public roads patents, pen-! sons, and almost every Interest of the idividual citizens High integre- ' i ly, experienced ability and broad vl- :ion. are required of the 'President", cabinet tr the people of the nation in their various occupations on farm. In Industry or commerce and o,s American citizens shall have their rtghts protected with respect to a multiplicity of such interests, the Senato must look when It gives Its consent to the President's choice. NORTH DAKOTA MAN IS cow EXPERT m TEXAS The planning dairy cow herds for n years hence is the life work f George p. Grout. graduate of th North Dakota Agricultural college, who is now vocational agricultural mat at Panhandle, Texas. He has three counties in Texas following his scheme of planning pedigree chars of heifers to be born In years to come. Most of the herds of these counties / are Jerseys and a few are Guernseys. "His proposition of line breeding ] seems to be worng out particularly] well down there, states Dr. J. H. I Shepperd, head 3f the Anmal hu-i cirr.ate and the great markets wl gwr, ishes such a diw.rsity f emMavraent for its inhabitants that colonies are being formed I elsewhere for the purpose of scttling in that state. Manu- facturing is carried on in most of the towns. Minin is an im- portant industry, The varied industries have led many people , to quit the farms to earn high-priced wages in the cities and on the rivers and highways. This has put mneh valuable land on the mar- ket at very reasonable prices. These conditions are very notice- able within a radius of fifty miles of the state capital. Now SOme of the most valuable lands in the United States can be bought cheaply. There are a number of pro- gressive communities in Mis- souri that are composed of Bo- hemians. Swiss and Germans. These people are not only mak- ing money but they are enjoying the fruits of their labor. Why shouldn't a colony be suc- cessful in farming operation where the seasons are suitable for growing all kinds of grain, fruits, vegetables, |ivestock and where the farmer puts away four good crops of alfalfa every summer? For further information wi'ite C. J, Ladman, Sandy Hook, Mis- souri. We'll Send a r00an at Once" And you may be snre yon are heariag the truth wln the mare at our end of the wire says that. We talize that when plumber is needed, he is need. ed quickly. We get him to you quickly. Our work is expert, our rato low. Try us out and you will Find that when we fix things, they stay fixed. We are ready at &ny moment to tackle any Job, big or smalY, Just give us a  at Phose 2P.8 wtum you need som plnmlzlag work done. P. C. DUFFY of liver bladder, i chronic toxication and lotion disLmba I:lood l)res,';ure, crders, skin. bed-wetting, weak adenoids, met, abolic , as Rhemuati,-:m. sci Flld chronic catarrh. Medicin.g re pared for each nrivate laboratory, ton tven o dlet as to :,d selection of foods. For this service a made. Dr. M(,Hmthin is a and are in a b hurry to aell It. let the "want Ad" column of the Park River Press prove its ability as a stmedy and ef- flcleat mtlmm medium. Everybody Reads tb-"r,, E, H, Farmers Elevator Co. e Home 00pntrolled Bank OIIOEI8: Henry Deaeker C. P. O'Brien Cashier G.$. Asst. mh/sr George Washington 1722.1929 He lives forever in / year must mean but another numersl upon hit tal epitaph. He will ever be alive with ms. He fought a bloody and dogged fight fo 111 - ghastly odds--and today we enjoy the  el Ith iolS ous victory. We shouM honor him--amd dL Farmers ecurRy- A number of fire dust extin- guishers on hand Dealer in Coal, Seed aM Grain 50 pound blocks Salt tonic in You have some-" thing to sell-. 'gOut IF - K, D, B.nnctt. C.hler. fl Natlonsl Mazda Electric Immlm mm mm lor Farm and City Llghth "Home o te far-Reachin Servia"  Plambtng end Heatlalg " ock FO " All St od Large quantity on han,d . Farmers Securit Park River, N. D. Karl J, Farup, pres/deaL SAY BAYER ASPIRIN" and Proved safe by millions and prescribed by Colds Headache Neuritis Pain Neuralgia Toothache First DOES NOT .MFECT, THE , Acceut only which"ontai'-" - H00ndy "00ayee V Ah bottles of 24 and Never Old Fashion Modes of dress change from year to year. Even? machinery and the tluipment used by Individuals gain their livelihood axe continually remodeled great many discarded bause they are 01d Fashioned. TM But a Bank Account never will become o/d fashion. ed The First National Bank of Park with the progress of banking methods, thereby all possible facilities for the better handlin of an count. Many in thi:; communiLy will avm] ale in medicine and thems:elves of the Ol)!ott.unit:! to visit hcensed:by the state , Dr. 'hg!entY.in ,)n this :;pecial vis:t to kota. Grand l'o-ks The (h)ci;or pays spe- Married women c!'d ate:tJ,.,, i, Ihe Scier,::e of In(or- l'anied by their naI Mehe;Ic azt ;),eteLie,, l-lc is Address: 224 tryikg ec, nsce:_Kiou,-]y L) eliminat, Angeles, California.