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of Park River was a in town Thursday . Mrs. William Dvorak ac- Mrs. Dvorak&apos;s mother, John Jechort, were business Fordville Thursday. Walter Palm. accom. O.P. Nappen anJ were Park River x. Daniel Soboiik of spent Tuesday in Lankin They plan on mov- soon as Mr. Sobol|k ha I over the Standard Oil Agency Clem Zeman and son Adolpl Mary 8chela and Lucy, accompanied by Rev Father] : were business callers in 1 ursdat and coming horn.  Iinto Yor a few hours vls- Mrs. M. P Nickolay have Thomas l%chart house 1 move in s soon as they done. i Mikolasek was a huM- ealler in Grand Forks Tuesday i Wednesday. t . O. A. By!and entertained a ladies at afternoon coffee. Tuck-i Wolhaupt and motored here Sunday and attended tire and spent the afternoon friend& Zahradka the local but- ShlI a car load of mixed 8outh St. Paul. Minn., and the car to look after of Hampden spent visiting friends. i Halyerson is painting the in- the St. Joseph's Catholic of the National Saturday here samples of their cookies free coffee at the Lan- Company. John Jeehort were callers Friday, April 19. left for where she spent a few l friends. of Park River spent selling the Watktns Sunday. was a Park Riv- PtSEK NEWS end of last week at Pisek, -Rev. Sherma of Vesleyvllle con- ducted mass in the St. John's Ne- pomoncene's church here last Sunday James Houdek and son. Ewald, of Voss. motored to Pisek Friday. Stanley Horejsi and Joe and Jerry Vavrovsky motored to Park River Sat- urday. Mrs. Joe Kouba and children, Ben- I jamin and Harriet. motored to Park I River Friday. I Mzs. Otto Letzrlng of Grafton spent / a few days here last week visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kolar. St. wa a Park trains Tuesday. trains Tue,lay. V ! Mrs. Tom Woods and daughter, Zella and Mrs, Oorowskl left Friday by car for Winnipeg, where they will spend the week-end with relatives Miss Esther and Lura McBride went to Park River Tuesday and hrough home a new Ford Coupe. Mr. Webster of Minneapolis was ,. business visitor In town Thursday. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. churel held a general Aid and apron sale Wednesday at the borne of Mrs. Tom Woods. The slow "Little Ole". is playing here every night this week. A good r r0wd ha been attending each per- formance. A number of young folks attendeel the opening dance at Bachelors Grov  Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fosness and Mrs. W A. Pole were Grand Forks Shopper. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and Mis I Sadie Gillespie of Park River visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F Lohse Sunday. Tom Woods is the owner of s new Pontiac Sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wood visited a, t the Johnnte Wilson home Wedncsda evening. Mrs. Oorowski and Mrs. Harolet "Woods were Grafton visitors Tuesday The members of the Eastern Star ]entertained the Gtlby members Tues- dny ewntng. After the meeting a so- cial hoar was spent. At the close r the evening  two-course lunch was served at small tables. The decora- tions being of pink and green in keeping of May Day. John Wins of Park River was ,n ,:,t]er at the H. P. Lohse home Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hosua and fam- i)y visited their daoghter and son-ln- kw. Mr. and Mrs. DeOagne at East Grand Forks Sunday. Art Fee left. Sunday to visit rela- lives at Graft0n for a few days. Mr. Colwell of Park River was a River' bv.siness visitor in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. McLean and family of Lakota were callers in town Sun- and son. dy. The McLeans wer ,,'esidelP Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Stranland and family and Mrs. Marie Strand spent FURS NET CONSIDERABLE i J. C. Zahn, Solen, Sioux county, is! ne of the most accomplished trap-i pers of the Slope district, his last! winter's catch totaling 35 coyotes, 18 mink, 20 skunks and a bobcat. Not Sunday at Niagara, N. D., with Mr. a very numerous array on paper but and Mrs. E. A. Lundberg and family, the value of furs has skyrocketed to Mr. and Mrs. Ocsar Isaacson anasuch unusual hciahts that the winter! Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Voge visited at i catch of Mr. Zahn represents a small Egeland Sunday with Mr. and Mrs l fortune" With hl earnings, he has; A. C Thompson.and family. I bought a new auhmmbile and ha Mrs. Mary wylie returned home on, purchased a fine piece of land in the Monday from Fordville, where she vicinity of Solen visited her daughter. Mrs. Mary Btm- ._ ........... nerman and grandson Jack. The Fairdale Band gave tteir se- cond concert Monday evening at Rornik's hall under the leadership of w. H. Moffett. March--Mutual--Band March--Safety--Band Trio--Selected--Maxine Lm). Ster- ling Rygg and Pigs Mel!md Overture--Iron Court--Band March SmmiN-Band Saophone Solo---Selected .--Ilarman Larson chottische--Light and Airy--Band Tuba Solo---Selectd--Hans Hanson March--Normal--Band Mellophone Solo-- Carolina Moon-, Kenneth Arneson Oveture--Rustllng Leaves Band Vocal Solo--Selected--Mrs. R. B. Lyk- ken March--Salutation Band March--Show Boy--Band [ C. B. Moffett gave the members : l the band and the children in town a weinie roast Friday evening whict was very much enjoyed by all who took part. FINED FOR FOOD VIOLATION H E. Hoberg, Hillsboro. a:td J. J, Reubel, Jamestown, have been fined for violating the state pure food laws according to R. O. Baird, state fooJ inspector. Hoberg admitted buyng t:,: and paying tor them without candling them, and Reubel pleaded guilty of prcparmg meats under un- sanitary conditions COBBLER SET DEATII DATE Joseph Markus. a Mandan cobbler ",,Am forecast the date of his deatt two weeks ago, was buried Thursday h his home htlng a calendar on which Iarkus had penciled April t0 He died on the date which the pen- mark circled. He frequently went o the calendar to look at the date he marked, friends said. ,MARRIAGE LICENSES April 16--Maxriage license issued to John W0inarowicz of Pulaski town- Mr. and M.rs. Homer Knauss an:l ,q'P, Walsh County, North Dakota. family returned home Sunday evening and Miss Ellzabetl} Meger of St. An- from Tolna. N. D., where they visit- rews township, Walsh County, North ed with Mr. Knauss' parents. Mr. and lDakota" iVlrs, Knausa. ' EDINB(TR( NEWS " M. B. Alvestad accompanied by Joa Charan left on .IoP, day fcr Venr]ell Minn.. where M:' C":arun will be na- iler medical c.g:x Tit(? tril u'q i,lli,, in Alvestad's car. "Give a sennce with accom- r mdating." "Iiow soon shall I aecommodatin you again?" asked the eager swain. Bpdding Einstein--"Glve three rea- .o_,s for Saying the earth is round." confronted Sandy in an examination paper. My teacher says it's round, the Miss Margaret Ojevre !eft a weei {book says it's round, and a man told ago for Fargo, where she ,aqll ce p.] me it was round. patient at the Sanabarium for an ind,.' !inite time. "YmLr fiance is a Vassar girl. I Funor'd services for tle infant ; b,lieve?" twins of Mr. and Mrs. I Birk o "Yes." Grand rks was held on Saturda "Then I suppose she is familiar afternoon, ADFil 27. from the Ortrfiel0 witll Browning,'" church. Rev. Sather officiating. I beg your pardon. The true Vassar Mrs. J. E. Mahdi and daughter Je- girl is never familiar with anybody. sie went to Hoot)le Saturday CVOIiD,t I returning Sunday vening. Eggwirt--"At last I've discovered Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Mandt and J. l, vLat they do with holes in dough- Mahdi of Condo visited with l'ricnd: b,'atr' t.ere on Sunday. Oscar--"WhatT" Mrs. C. E. Lien and Mrs. Lien were Eagqrt---"Th,,ey use them to stuff ma- Orafton shoppers Saturday. croni with. Mrs. C. E. Lmn and children and Mrs. Erwk l,ien and son Elmer were l xisitors at the Alfred Lunde home at Fork-, visited with 1,ere a few years ago. here Sunday. I Iterman Myers of CllinoCk,, imre Thursday, where Thirty a few weeks visith g the fee:'a! penitentiary and relatives, wmqh. Kan.. left Minneapolis Satur- boy w'., born to Mr. ud day lot the praon on a special car Pavek Saturday, April 27. a.nd under 1]eavy guard. Included in el E:lmore motore:l :ke group was Frmeis X Kirch. for- Saturday. mer attorney ol Fargo. N. O.. sen- KIRCH GOES TO PRISON persons under sentence ta at Leaven- I.ma on Sin]day. A baly boy was born to Mr. and, Mrs. Pat Paul on Friday, April 26th. Mrs. Thomas M:._onson is a patient:, at the Deaconea hospital at. Grand Forks, where she h] her t)nsiis re moved. Mrs. Thorna.s Walker and son Ken- neth of Park River were guests ot relatives Friday last week. REIq.'T d.e the two things 2']k YOU want in tires  Low !IG "in the long run," and from tire tro/eF it's important to S|lvms. Let are made twoEh" clear through, in the eeater of the tire as well as "the outide, by the Goodrich Scbulz, who is teaching t,q)(:(d to two years for attempted Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Almen and , ptmt iLc week- bribery, [dauphters Mrgaret and Virgins were ---- : Grafton shopuers on Saturday. ,o.t,o.; ,@,,.*.0,,: :,,:.,,:,,:.,,.;,,,,,,,-,,,,.,,,,a.,.*:o.,,,t,, . Mrs. John Evenson and daugiltet *i- l Carol June, h,'n's. P. N. Wick and twc Silvertow ', vhildren., and Mrs.. Chas. Schultz and n !children ere pleasantly entertained *I., at the Neff Rinde home in Dunde- Thursday afternoon last week. i  Mrs. Thom Halvorson entertained ". a group of ladies on Wednesday of  last week for supper in honor of Mrs. $I Chas. Sclmlt and children who left i cn Sunday for Fargo, where they wiP *$*i I " .make tnmr future home. i Miss Helen Torgerson of Inkster as a week-end guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Tor- SS trouble-free mile00Ne! water tmre. It mmd teeh- ulesl st fir but really It's as simple as A B C. Even if yon could buy o cleverly as to equal their cost per mile, your tire trouble would be in proportion to te quality of the  Yt Imy. Isn't this trouble worth . ing .  Silvertowns geYson. Mrs. N. Syversrude returned on Pri. day from a two months visit with re- latives at Grand Forks. She was ac- companied by her son Edwin, wlo u'*icame up to attend the Junior. Senim and Alumni banquet held on Satur- * c, ay evening, if i I xtward ErlCkSOn of Grand Forks was a tsltr here last week. MiSS Gladys Patterson was called to ugby on Thursday by the death ot her niece Florence Patterson. She I left Friday by car. Funeral services I v, ere hetd on sunday, l Installation services were held on t :mday, April 28..in the St. Paul i church, ,when Rev. Urdahl of Fargo installed Rev. Sather as pastor In I I hat church. Erick Lien and Henning GJnht:.,l x, ere Grand Forks visitors Sunday. I A medicine show is being held in L inburg. It eomm(,nced on Monday! ",nu will keel) on every night thLs, reee Friday being the last flght.] Splendid programs are given each evcnlng. | w c I ! Mrs. Chas Schultz and * o hi dren felt, on Sunday morning for Fargo. here they will make their future home, The trip was made in Roy l ,':hultz's car. who took them" down ! there. aaavo00n 004dl Mr. and Tom baby. were guests zt the Ole Holm. ] home home on Sunday. [ Mrs. Victor Magnusqn k a guest of MrS, Halvor MorkhOlt of Hople this k. i Your MODEL T FORD is still a good car THE Model T Forit led the motor industry for twent years because of its sturdy worth, reliability and econ" Gray. Those same reasons continue to make it a good car, As a matter of fact, nearly one-fourth of all the auto" mobiles in use today are Model T Fords. Millions of them can be driven two, three and even five more year ith reasonable care and proper replacements. Figures show that the average llfe is seven years. Don't sacrifice your Model T, therefore, but take it to the Ford dealer and have him estimate on the cost o/ putting it in A1 shape. A very small expenditure ma |he meani of giving you thousands of miles of a txvice. Fo" a labor charge of $20 to $25 you can have motor and transmission completely overhauled. price includes new bearings, reboring cylinders and ny other work necessary. Parts are extra. Valves can be grouml and carbon rentoved for $3 to t,. The cost of tightening all main bearings is only The labor charge for overhanling the front axle is to $,%---rear axle asembly $5.75 to$7. New universal joint will be installed for a labor char of $3.Brake shoes relined for $1.50. Rear spring and perches rebushed for $1.5. The cost of overhauling the starting motor is $3. A lahor charge of approxi" mately $2.50 covers the overhauling of the generator. It will pay you, therefore, to see your Ford dealer and have him put your Model T in good running order, By doing so you will protect and maintain "the meat you have in your car and get months and years reliable transportation at a very low cost per mile. FORD MOTOR COMPANY New Six Cq CH . since Jan.IS Again, Chevrolet surpa its most brilliant record of the past by producing over 500,000 six-cylinder Chevro- lets in four monthsa greater number of.six-cylin- .. :525 ROADSTER . . . Th ...... .*525 "rh,. .595 COUPE . . .. .... .... .*675 SEDAN ..... rh*.,, .%95 . The COACH '595 All prtccsJ, o. b. ]a.ctory Flint, Michigan . der cars than any othe manufacturer has ever built in an entire year! A ride in this sensational new Six is a revelation--come in and let Us give you a dem6nstration. T..o.--,- .00725 ibl LANDAU ..... The ,.<ta n $ lg Delivery ..........  7;,) *400 livery Chassis .... .*545 Ton Chassis ...... Chaxls with Cab . COMPARE the delivered price as well as the list price in considering automobile values. Chevrolet's delivered price include only reasonable charges for delivery and financing. Overbye.Sddm0re Auto C0, Park River We know a former -hockey l4rt FOU of Park River was a in town Thursday . Mrs. William Dvorak ac- Mrs. Dvorak's mother, John Jechort, were business Fordville Thursday. Walter Palm. accom. O.P. Nappen anJ were Park River x. Daniel Soboiik of spent Tuesday in Lankin They plan on mov- soon as Mr. Sobol|k ha I over the Standard Oil Agency Clem Zeman and son Adolpl Mary 8chela and Lucy, accompanied by Rev Father] : were business callers in 1 ursdat and coming horn.  Iinto Yor a few hours vls- Mrs. M. P Nickolay have Thomas l%chart house 1 move in s soon as they done. i Mikolasek was a huM- ealler in Grand Forks Tuesday i Wednesday. t . O. A. By!and entertained a ladies at afternoon coffee. Tuck-i Wolhaupt and motored here Sunday and attended tire and spent the afternoon friend& Zahradka the local but- ShlI a car load of mixed 8outh St. Paul. Minn., and the car to look after of Hampden spent visiting friends. i Halyerson is painting the in- the St. Joseph's Catholic of the National Saturday here samples of their cookies free coffee at the Lan- Company. John Jeehort were callers Friday, April 19. left for where she spent a few l friends. of Park River spent selling the Watktns Sunday. was a Park Riv- PtSEK NEWS end of last week at Pisek, -Rev. Sherma of Vesleyvllle con- ducted mass in the St. John's Ne- pomoncene's church here last Sunday James Houdek and son. Ewald, of Voss. motored to Pisek Friday. Stanley Horejsi and Joe and Jerry Vavrovsky motored to Park River Sat- urday. Mrs. Joe Kouba and children, Ben- I jamin and Harriet. motored to Park I River Friday. I Mzs. Otto Letzrlng of Grafton spent / a few days here last week visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kolar. St. wa a Park trains Tuesday. trains Tue,lay. V ! Mrs. Tom Woods and daughter, Zella and Mrs, Oorowskl left Friday by car for Winnipeg, where they will spend the week-end with relatives Miss Esther and Lura McBride went to Park River Tuesday and hrough home a new Ford Coupe. Mr. Webster of Minneapolis was ,. business visitor In town Thursday. The Ladies Aid of the M. E. churel held a general Aid and apron sale Wednesday at the borne of Mrs. Tom Woods. The slow "Little Ole". is playing here every night this week. A good r r0wd ha been attending each per- formance. A number of young folks attendeel the opening dance at Bachelors Grov  Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fosness and Mrs. W A. Pole were Grand Forks Shopper. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris and Mis I Sadie Gillespie of Park River visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F Lohse Sunday. Tom Woods is the owner of s new Pontiac Sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wood visited a, t the Johnnte Wilson home Wedncsda evening. Mrs. Oorowski and Mrs. Harolet "Woods were Grafton visitors Tuesday The members of the Eastern Star ]entertained the Gtlby members Tues- dny ewntng. After the meeting a so- cial hoar was spent. At the close r the evening  two-course lunch was served at small tables. The decora- tions being of pink and green in keeping of May Day. John Wins of Park River was ,n ,:,t]er at the H. P. Lohse home Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hosua and fam- i)y visited their daoghter and son-ln- kw. Mr. and Mrs. DeOagne at East Grand Forks Sunday. Art Fee left. Sunday to visit rela- lives at Graft0n for a few days. Mr. Colwell of Park River was a River' bv.siness visitor in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. McLean and family of Lakota were callers in town Sun- and son. dy. The McLeans wer ,,'esidelP Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Stranland and family and Mrs. Marie Strand spent FURS NET CONSIDERABLE i J. C. Zahn, Solen, Sioux county, is! ne of the most accomplished trap-i pers of the Slope district, his last! winter's catch totaling 35 coyotes, 18 mink, 20 skunks and a bobcat. Not Sunday at Niagara, N. D., with Mr. a very numerous array on paper but and Mrs. E. A. Lundberg and family, the value of furs has skyrocketed to Mr. and Mrs. Ocsar Isaacson anasuch unusual hciahts that the winter! Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Voge visited at i catch of Mr. Zahn represents a small Egeland Sunday with Mr. and Mrs l fortune" With hl earnings, he has; A. C Thompson.and family. I bought a new auhmmbile and ha Mrs. Mary wylie returned home on, purchased a fine piece of land in the Monday from Fordville, where she vicinity of Solen visited her daughter. Mrs. Mary Btm- ._ ........... nerman and grandson Jack. The Fairdale Band gave tteir se- cond concert Monday evening at Rornik's hall under the leadership of w. H. Moffett. March--Mutual--Band March--Safety--Band Trio--Selected--Maxine Lm). Ster- ling Rygg and Pigs Mel!md Overture--Iron Court--Band March SmmiN-Band Saophone Solo---Selected .--Ilarman Larson chottische--Light and Airy--Band Tuba Solo---Selectd--Hans Hanson March--Normal--Band Mellophone Solo-- Carolina Moon-, Kenneth Arneson Oveture--Rustllng Leaves Band Vocal Solo--Selected--Mrs. R. B. Lyk- ken March--Salutation Band March--Show Boy--Band [ C. B. Moffett gave the members : l the band and the children in town a weinie roast Friday evening whict was very much enjoyed by all who took part. FINED FOR FOOD VIOLATION H E. Hoberg, Hillsboro. a:td J. J, Reubel, Jamestown, have been fined for violating the state pure food laws according to R. O. Baird, state fooJ inspector. Hoberg admitted buyng t:,: and paying tor them without candling them, and Reubel pleaded guilty of prcparmg meats under un- sanitary conditions COBBLER SET DEATII DATE Joseph Markus. a Mandan cobbler ",,Am forecast the date of his deatt two weeks ago, was buried Thursday h his home htlng a calendar on which Iarkus had penciled April t0 He died on the date which the pen- mark circled. He frequently went o the calendar to look at the date he marked, friends said. ,MARRIAGE LICENSES April 16--Maxriage license issued to John W0inarowicz of Pulaski town- Mr. and M.rs. Homer Knauss an:l ,q'P, Walsh County, North Dakota. family returned home Sunday evening and Miss Ellzabetl} Meger of St. An- from Tolna. N. D., where they visit- rews township, Walsh County, North ed with Mr. Knauss' parents. Mr. and lDakota" iVlrs, Knausa. ' EDINB(TR( NEWS " M. B. Alvestad accompanied by Joa Charan left on .IoP, day fcr Venr]ell Minn.. where M:' C":arun will be na- iler medical c.g:x Tit(? tril u'q i,lli,, in Alvestad's car. "Give a sennce with accom- r mdating." "Iiow soon shall I aecommodatin you again?" asked the eager swain. Bpdding Einstein--"Glve three rea- .o_,s for Saying the earth is round." confronted Sandy in an examination paper. My teacher says it's round, the Miss Margaret Ojevre !eft a weei {book says it's round, and a man told ago for Fargo, where she ,aqll ce p.] me it was round. patient at the Sanabarium for an ind,.' !inite time. "YmLr fiance is a Vassar girl. I Funor'd services for tle infant ; b,lieve?" twins of Mr. and Mrs. I Birk o "Yes." Grand rks was held on Saturda "Then I suppose she is familiar afternoon, ADFil 27. from the Ortrfiel0 witll Browning,'" church. Rev. Sather officiating. I beg your pardon. The true Vassar Mrs. J. E. Mahdi and daughter Je- girl is never familiar with anybody. sie went to Hoot)le Saturday CVOIiD,t I returning Sunday vening. Eggwirt--"At last I've discovered Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Mandt and J. l, vLat they do with holes in dough- Mahdi of Condo visited with l'ricnd: b,'atr' t.ere on Sunday. Oscar--"WhatT" Mrs. C. E. Lien and Mrs. Lien were Eagqrt---"Th,,ey use them to stuff ma- Orafton shoppers Saturday. croni with. Mrs. C. E. Lmn and children and Mrs. Erwk l,ien and son Elmer were l xisitors at the Alfred Lunde home at Fork-, visited with 1,ere a few years ago. here Sunday. I Iterman Myers of CllinoCk,, imre Thursday, where Thirty a few weeks visith g the fee:'a! penitentiary and relatives, wmqh. Kan.. left Minneapolis Satur- boy w'., born to Mr. ud day lot the praon on a special car Pavek Saturday, April 27. a.nd under 1]eavy guard. Included in el E:lmore motore:l :ke group was Frmeis X Kirch. for- Saturday. mer attorney ol Fargo. N. O.. sen- KIRCH GOES TO PRISON persons under sentence ta at Leaven- I.ma on Sin]day. A baly boy was born to Mr. and, Mrs. Pat Paul on Friday, April 26th. Mrs. Thomas M:._onson is a patient:, at the Deaconea hospital at. Grand Forks, where she h] her t)nsiis re moved. Mrs. Thorna.s Walker and son Ken- neth of Park River were guests ot relatives Friday last week. REIq.'T d.e the two things 2']k YOU want in tires  Low !IG "in the long run," and from tire tro/eF it's important to S|lvms. Let are made twoEh" clear through, in the eeater of the tire as well as "the outide, by the Goodrich Scbulz, who is teaching t,q)(:(d to two years for attempted Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Almen and , ptmt iLc week- bribery, [dauphters Mrgaret and Virgins were ---- : Grafton shopuers on Saturday. ,o.t,o.; ,@,,.*.0,,: :,,:.,,:,,:.,,.;,,,,,,,-,,,,.,,,,a.,.*:o.,,,t,, . Mrs. John Evenson and daugiltet *i- l Carol June, h,'n's. P. N. Wick and twc Silvertow ', vhildren., and Mrs.. Chas. Schultz and n !children ere pleasantly entertained *I., at the Neff Rinde home in Dunde- Thursday afternoon last week. i  Mrs. Thom Halvorson entertained ". a group of ladies on Wednesday of  last week for supper in honor of Mrs. $I Chas. Sclmlt and children who left i cn Sunday for Fargo, where they wiP *$*i I " .make tnmr future home. i Miss Helen Torgerson of Inkster as a week-end guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Tor- SS trouble-free mile00Ne! water tmre. It mmd teeh- ulesl st fir but really It's as simple as A B C. Even if yon could buy o cleverly as to equal their cost per mile, your tire trouble would be in proportion to te quality of the  Yt Imy. Isn't this trouble worth . ing .  Silvertowns geYson. Mrs. N. Syversrude returned on Pri. day from a two months visit with re- latives at Grand Forks. She was ac- companied by her son Edwin, wlo u'*icame up to attend the Junior. Senim and Alumni banquet held on Satur- * c, ay evening, if i I xtward ErlCkSOn of Grand Forks was a tsltr here last week. MiSS Gladys Patterson was called to ugby on Thursday by the death ot her niece Florence Patterson. She I left Friday by car. Funeral services I v, ere hetd on sunday, l Installation services were held on t :mday, April 28..in the St. Paul i church, ,when Rev. Urdahl of Fargo installed Rev. Sather as pastor In I I hat church. Erick Lien and Henning GJnht:.,l x, ere Grand Forks visitors Sunday. I A medicine show is being held in L inburg. It eomm(,nced on Monday! ",nu will keel) on every night thLs, reee Friday being the last flght.] Splendid programs are given each evcnlng. | w c I ! Mrs. Chas Schultz and * o hi dren felt, on Sunday morning for Fargo. here they will make their future home, The trip was made in Roy l ,':hultz's car. who took them" down ! there. aaavo00n 004dl Mr. and Tom baby. were guests zt the Ole Holm. ] home home on Sunday. [ Mrs. Victor Magnusqn k a guest of MrS, Halvor MorkhOlt of Hople this k. i Your MODEL T FORD is still a good car THE Model T Forit led the motor industry for twent years because of its sturdy worth, reliability and econ" Gray. Those same reasons continue to make it a good car, As a matter of fact, nearly one-fourth of all the auto" mobiles in use today are Model T Fords. Millions of them can be driven two, three and even five more year ith reasonable care and proper replacements. Figures show that the average llfe is seven years. Don't sacrifice your Model T, therefore, but take it to the Ford dealer and have him estimate on the cost o/ putting it in A1 shape. A very small expenditure ma |he meani of giving you thousands of miles of a txvice. Fo" a labor charge of $20 to $25 you can have motor and transmission completely overhauled. price includes new bearings, reboring cylinders and ny other work necessary. Parts are extra. Valves can be grouml and carbon rentoved for $3 to t,. The cost of tightening all main bearings is only The labor charge for overhanling the front axle is to $,%---rear axle asembly $5.75 to$7. New universal joint will be installed for a labor char of $3.Brake shoes relined for $1.50. Rear spring and perches rebushed for $1.5. The cost of overhauling the starting motor is $3. A lahor charge of approxi" mately $2.50 covers the overhauling of the generator. It will pay you, therefore, to see your Ford dealer and have him put your Model T in good running order, By doing so you will protect and maintain "the meat you have in your car and get months and years reliable transportation at a very low cost per mile. FORD MOTOR COMPANY New Six Cq CH . since Jan.IS Again, Chevrolet surpa its most brilliant record of the past by producing over 500,000 six-cylinder Chevro- lets in four monthsa greater number of.six-cylin- .. :525 ROADSTER . . . Th ...... .*525 "rh,. .595 COUPE . . .. .... .... .*675 SEDAN ..... rh*.,, .%95 . The COACH '595 All prtccsJ, o. b. ]a.ctory Flint, Michigan . der cars than any othe manufacturer has ever built in an entire year! A ride in this sensational new Six is a revelation--come in and let Us give you a dem6nstration. T..o.--,- .00725 ibl LANDAU ..... The ,.<ta n $ lg Delivery ..........  7;,) *400 livery Chassis .... .*545 Ton Chassis ...... Chaxls with Cab . COMPARE the delivered price as well as the list price in considering automobile values. Chevrolet's delivered price include only reasonable charges for delivery and financing. Overbye.Sddm0re Auto C0, Park River We know a former -hockey l4rt FOU