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,&lt; e ek Noah's Critics All Wet t Curing a Burnt Hand No Norske Need Apply That Debenture Feather A Chore for 1930 The I V A Herald Gone By S),M'L HILl, OWN KIND goes to Bismarck if he wants a single representative .in Con- gress at the next session. That s Grin of he chores he must attend ".o in 1930. t You must admire the courage if not e discretion of the Pollyanna folk who keep insisting that you remain glad and that all 'is .well if you will ly think so. It ls regrettable to note that they became practically ex tinct in the Deluge after they hal, failed to get Noah to take their ad vice and throw away his hammer and buy a horn. What would we dowithout to stand by the debenture plan of and stand now for fax play for agri-!, them to keep our sp'h'fts up and give I farm rel, ief. It may nave oeen tha;, culture. One thing is certain. If the[ family spent Sunday at Mokinoc' '11s an occasional laugh? They are th t but underlying it was the thought Herald follows the policy hitherto pur-I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. light-hearted gentry who point to the L .that.C-errnan, Scandinavian and Ir!.sh sued by the Ridder papers any propo-I Berg. Grand Forks visitors Thursday wer rbow and tell us that it will never I nmlgran.s general Jy neaaea .Ior the sal made by the farmers will not be l 1 bad adn the worst Is over. TJn- t Nornwes aria ior ne ,arm While n poh-hooed and rejected because it! Mrs. Halverson and son Jack, Mrs. Paul For, sum and the Misses Esther fortunately this usuaIl7 happens fo l unemployed factory work,s..and co,at come from that source. It will get "a I ter the flood has waghed all our be- I miners of Great Britain sucx arom.a hearing and if it is right it will be land Lura McBride. 't Andrew Johnsn ,-tertaln- gtnp aw.y. A war,rig of lmpend-Ithe Eastern cities and laborers trom supported, without regard to factional ied Wednesday afternoon in honor of ope worEea cheaply lines. The old I V A Herald is sunk damager t11ey regm'd Iss a dl[ the 8outh o ?t her daughterdn-law, Mrs. Dougl' while a cheerful twitter after nd flteed into ;he .needs ot me xron without trace. . Johnston. The afternoon was spen have been emacked down by a fate' and coal industries of Pennsylvania. In playing bridge. High score wen that we might lve avolded Is to  They would cheapen the labor mar- AD,LMS NEWS to Mrs. W. A. Peele. l"he party the'. acme of human wisdom, ket ad's for 1:he Northwest and the drove into the Sugar Bowl where a farm, it was worth co|-sidering and may be all of that, but this writer its needs were n0body's business. Sophus Holt and Hugo Erickson lovely three course luncheon was were business callers in Milton on l served. able "To hold fire tn his I The Vacationsl Bible School pupil: hand by thinking on the frosty Cau- :Let some laolPyanna ao a little glad Tuesday. or wallow naked In December turn over that stunt and see what Ida Hendrickson left for Grandput on a program Sunday evening i, Forks on Sunday to spend a few days the City Hall. A good program wa snow by thinking on fantastic sum- he makes of it. Yet, believe it or not, visiting friends. I given to a large audience. mr heat." That is Shakespeare s no- some of them wm attempt to do a Berna Wasing arrived here from I Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Johnston ar- the ltttatlon, but If he lived little eddie guest lahcle dah stuff on ,,,tt where she has been at-I rived Saturday from Minneapolis an: mer will visit at the home of the form tending schoo.1, to spend the sum ev ' the glad folk would tell hlm] how much better .and happier the be himself and not let a burne.q| German, Scandlnav|an and Iris.n pco- with. her father and brother, Ole andS, fr some time. Later they will visit d rule his mind. Hence the at-| ple will be if. they re_mn in thelr own Oarmen Wasing. Mrs. Johton's parents in South de of Edmund Burke, great Irish i dear native  Tneyannas. are Last Thursday the Milton band, Dakota before going to Pittsburg esma and orator of the FAght# I full ot swee  llght--na, so accompanied by a number of Milton where they will make their future ttury, seems more justified, i was the aead llor  found, residents, stopped in Adams a eoupl home. ) hours to boost their Fourth of July Miss Esther and Lura McBride au- there is  there, As for the debenture plan, It bM celebration, toed to the Forks Tuesday evenin,,, to be clamor, because it not a show. It might have had but Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hosna were Sun .nd took in thes how. iS better to have our slumber bro- the unertain shown about it at the day guests at the John Dreveeky Mr.-and Mrs. Steve Hosna and faro. the fire bell than to perish start by some leaders stopped it dead farm. ly and Miss Celia Shrank visited l the flames in our bed. Farmer Union officials at first op- Mrs. C. A. Erickson and son Carl .latives in the Forks Monday even- , neither a reformer, a dema- posed it and lair supoprted it, ap- ing. nor a radical, nor was 'he an parertly. In that heettancy it wa were visitors in ark River. Ole Wasing motored to Grand Forks Mrs. Gorowski ent,ained Tues- to existing institutions, or to lost and while it is now to be made on Wednesday. day afternon in honor of Mrs. Arthur conservatives, a tail to the tariff bill kite it has as A boxing mah took place between Them of Adrain, Minn. The hours much chance of sailing through the Emil Drevecky of Adams and Frank were spent in needlework and socia; when his column assures the lower House a a fea/cher has of get- Kelller of Hope, brother of Charles chat after which the hostess served a that there is "not the shadows tug through Gehe,,ma. Keiller. at Mayville last Friday even- delicious lunch, assisted by her moth- any real relief in Wash- -- ing. Both boxers put up a good show- er, Mrs. W. J. Woods and Mrs. Har and that he and the whole Has anyone thought of the redis-4ng. Emil Drevecky slightly injured old Woods. are in for a tougher time tricting of Norh r,|:o fol,owin ' his arm during thu first round which A number from here attended the. the new re-apportionment act which hampered him ai ittle. He was floor- Wednesday evening dance at Minto. reduce he number of congressmen ed once in th*e second round, twice :n Vernon Heger of Carrlngton i from three to two? The state now the third round, but as soon as the spending the week with Iver Olson. divided by two vertical lines may be fourth round signal came off he rush- Miss Zella and ALice Woods and divided by one horizontal line running ed in and won by a complete K. O.1 Pearl Shrank returned Sunday from from east to west. Tom Hall voted over Frank Keiller. i Winnipeg where they spent the week- for it so he must figure it has mad John Drevecky. Jr., accompanied b.l end" / Waldner Erickson and Frank Hosn] rk in the Drecky-Keiller fight In] FAIRDALE NEWS Mayville. Thelma Mldbo was a shopper tr Mrs. Mary Wylie arrived home o, lrk Rr on Monday. Thursday after spending a couple of Mrs. Hawkin Belerude motored 'd weeks with her daughter, Mrs  Fardale on Sunday and attended th Mary'Bannerman at Fordville, N. D. ] T,theran League convention held Raymond Lazn of Mayville, N. D., there, spent a couple of days here with his Arvid Sharberg and ,lederick Erik- parents, Rev. and Mrs. George Lar- Ch returned from Kansas last Sun- son, this week. I day where they had been the pa;! Mrs. George Davidson returned to ', u,eek r-kin employment, her home at Mtlton,-N. D., Wednes- : Charles KeiHer and Oscar I,und- day afar spending a few days lkere "' m/TM ..... d to Maw|De on Friday at the W. H. Moffett home. I  etend the Drevecky-Keiller fight. E.A. Lundberg of Niagara, N. D., O. 7verso and family of Norton autoed here Friday and was accom- UPqlV00:[bAL" "'"" ,o Sunday vlsltors at the C. A. panied home by Mrs. Lundberg and Erickson home. is otto Fralne and Curtis, who have 1r. nd Mrs. Arthur- Lindahl or, spent the past week with Mrs. Lund- T'o:k !ver were x,l?ior ir Adami berg's parents, Mr and Mrs. Ole A-' CREDIT COMPANY neson. . Hem,- Yfa.en rrived from I The Aadalen Ladies Aid held thelr[ Grs,nd Forks this week where she hssl auction sale and pic::ic at the Aada- ......... cor, Dleted a course in marcelling, lien church on Thursday afterroon. I -,,., Alds,h Anderson left for St. Pau Mrs, John Fositolm ,and son Ardls wb.eF9 hO h employment, and Mrs. M. Torgerson sp@.nt Frid,y I A th " e]mr a,en has charge of the afternoon at Edmor. o/ce e Han Anderson oil truck. Miss Pearl Johtlsrud returned to Russel Grove from west of Adamz (l'arld lrks on Friday after spend-,  ,pendin a wek at the home of ing a couple of days here. "' ls randprens, ]vr. and Mrs. J. ]. The Park River circuit Luther Lea- Payer. ] gue opened their meetings here Frt- lone Hagen arrived here from St. day afternoon and will continue un- Paul. where she has been for the ptst til Sunday. year with relatives to spend the sum. ] mer with her mother. Mrs. Jennl i ARDOCH NEWS Hagen. Florence Gilbert.son, Norton Evan- Mrs. Gso. Gibson and grand daugh- s,n. Anna and Emil Boman were ter. Dorothy Dalton returned Wed- cost. Mrs. William Meldahl and daugh- Manatoba where they visited wh re- terof Fargo arrived here on Ttresdv latives. They were accompanied by to-- ra"or" rmt*---e [4ylf----eTs for a couple of weeks visit with re-Mrs. Gibson's brother, Walter Hay :,f tatives and friends. - Missoula. Mont., who visited here for Mr. and Mrs, L. M. ugekvam ar two days before returning home. children of Park River visited in Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Wilson visited at[ Adams Friday. the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Me- I Louise Hilde left for Inbernationa: Carthy at Grafton Saturday. [ or*;,,n as authorized Ford Fal, Minn., on Saturday after spend- Misses Georgia Halliday, Alice Hef-] Our ing a two weeks vacatio at the hom fern and. Mrs. Ross Draper attended I of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lars "The Show Rat" shown at the Or- I dealers will be pleased to extend the Hllde. pheum at Grand Forks Saturday I Mrs. Myron Bateman and chlldre evening. ,.axe visiting at the home of Mrs. A number from.here attended the I U C C PLANS I I' .... :i::::: .... Reunited with His Masler " ........... :!!i: :!i!!i;iii,  .... , .......... /2nether Ford Economy--/lsk fo leafle . ** +,'*:' '.',:,::: ::! :: :" ========================= "<:':::. ' ' ', " ':":::':::::'::::::::-' " "" 'i.'..: :: < "'.:.:.v'.'. "- :-'" "   : - :N.." " Mills Far up Auto Co. ......... .... Park River i any sinCe the deflation of 1920 It lt to give the blus but" to get hlm his tees to avoid it, : He may wll what  can do to help himself. aer i in the parable of the uns,te widow and the unjust whieh n'dght be read in Luke . AlAs0 by attending to political h|m safe in the south district an in voting against every candl-  left Burtne to beat Sinclair in the te who stands with the enemy, i north. But if the legislature divides the state by a north, and south lin the farmers, show in Wash o running through Jamestown or Valley take for example the fight City. Tom will find Jim Sinclair quota Under touFl opation. The matter wld of a law in effect this be decided at the next legislature and quotas from Y, Ire- the farmer's Job is to see that his WAIH COUI'TY PRESS Bateman's mother. Mrs. C. E. Reinert- funeral of Mrs. Hugh Ryan at Min- PISEK son, near Park River. to Wdnesday. [, Mrs. P. M. Anderson and son AI H.B. Anderson spent the week-enJ -----'-" be:t returned from Warren, Minn., at the Gibson home. I Mrs. Elizabeth RumrelSl! where Albert had undergone an oper- Miss Isabell Heffern who has beel Forks arrived here last ation for appendicitis, visiting her parents left for Portland, where she wi'.l stay for The Grand Forks Herald has been Mr and Mrs. O. V. Lundberg left Ogon. Friday. !visiting with friends bought by Ridder Bros. of New York by car for Stochc]m, N. D., to it Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Wilson enter-I and M. M. Oppegard of St. Paul, Rid- wtih Mrs. Lundberg's sister, Mrs. S. tained, at a six o'clock dinner Wed-! Mr. and Mrs. William der Bros. own the Pioneer Press an'l Redeen. nesday evening in honor of Mrs. Ross Jerry and Joe Dispatch of St. Paulu, the Aberdeen,s! Mls. Hawkin Bellerude and chi'" Draper of San Francisco, Calif. anctlGrafton Friday. daily newspaper, a daffy in New Jer-dren. acccmpanied by Mrs. O. H. Miss IsaOll Heffern of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Henry land, Norway, Sweden and Denmark sey, a German language dally in New Lundquist and Mrs. Manne Westberg Ore. Covers were laid for seven children Henrietta, Marie were clot in half and those from Great I York ,d other plicaAons. Mr. were Grand Forks visitors last week. guests. , man. motored to GrafOa Britain and the South of Europe [Oppegard has been head of the Asso- I _.= ! wePe doubled. Senator Nye led thelciated Press in St. Paul and is a real[ FOREST RIVER NEWS Miss Bertha Croskery returned from Mrs. Henry Dvorak fight to repeal the law and leave I news man. There is a gleam of hope I Devils Lake Saturday where she vi- Henrietta, Marie and', -- sited at the home of Dr. and Mrs Praska motored to park tlings as they have been. He was!in this, ofr the Pioneer Press and Dis- I Mrs. W. A. Poole and Mrs. Fosne Drew. day." bea'en by a narrow margin and the patch have been the most progressive/entertained the Sunshine Club at th newspapers said it was to punish him of Twin City dailies and stood for the and his farm bloc friends for daring equalization f until hope was gone home of the former Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lohse an q I Old Soak," the favorite pet. of Secretary of State Stimson is sh,.wtt rcttnite with his master at the Stimson home in ,New York after a long journey.'from ihe Philippine Islands.. Quality Products at Rock-- Bottom Prices We have just what you want to up your lunch basket for the 4th. Remember our Grocery Stock Is Strictly Fresh Everything for Fruit Salads -- Ever' in Cold Mbats. Fresh Vegetables - Fruits-Fancy Fresh Meat- Fish and Foods. PRICES RESONABLE Our aim is to sell quality deedS at reasonable prices. PARK RIVER Cash Narket & Grocery L. M. FLUGEKVAM, Propietor /i eJ Owl Stores brm to ti tm d ,;e m tl N an Koaomy food rvlce that with **hff.h to Imv other |amPly nee.t* -- ho*a tv dothm$, d. |as. th,tt, ato aea-;. r '' wel,'y and d.'. tdo I t'- R'd Ol dat on '"t' to have mote for hr t Red Owl Benerro00s00 t No. I0 Canned Fruit Gallon For making Preserves, Jams, Pies or Fruit S,amce and re-nning in Kerr fruit Jallh The econondcal way to buy canned fruit, Fresh Prunes Italian bl.e Per Can ...................... Blackberries "Fresh Seal" Pr eltt .................... Loganberries -o.,,onper eanPack" SUGAR Finest' lO-lb. Beet 5C lO0-lb. Pe bag ........ for HERSHEY'S COCOA pound caat MARSHMALLOWS, Shotwell's ound _. REFUGEE BEANS, Cut Wax or Green can PRUNES, Association, meal. size 5 lb.. box ............ Puffed "Whett, Kelloggs Ri'ec Krls0tes, Muffets, Post's Ikan Flakes 2 pkgs. ............... CERTO, 3Mskes the jelly Jell" bottle SPINACH, fancy'_no grit No, 2 can .................. GRAPE SUICE, "Rosemzy, pt. g6c, qt, ............. " TIN-A-PA. SARDINES, in sauce 5 tins N. J. B. Coffee America's Favorite: lb -4n for CHOCOLATE, Walter Baker's  lb. cake ....... :--" pEARS, Michigan 'Dolly Madison', "2/. can GOLD DUST Washing Powder, large pkg ............. :" P. & G. SOAP, White Naptha 6 baa-s ................. " Lifebuoy, Camay, Jap Rose or Palmolive Toilet Soaps 3 "bars ................... .dip ,< e ek Noah's Critics All Wet t Curing a Burnt Hand No Norske Need Apply That Debenture Feather A Chore for 1930 The I V A Herald Gone By S),M'L HILl, OWN KIND goes to Bismarck if he wants a single representative .in Con- gress at the next session. That s Grin of he chores he must attend ".o in 1930. t You must admire the courage if not e discretion of the Pollyanna folk who keep insisting that you remain glad and that all 'is .well if you will ly think so. It ls regrettable to note that they became practically ex tinct in the Deluge after they hal, failed to get Noah to take their ad vice and throw away his hammer and buy a horn. What would we dowithout to stand by the debenture plan of and stand now for fax play for agri-!, them to keep our sp'h'fts up and give I farm rel, ief. It may nave oeen tha;, culture. One thing is certain. If the[ family spent Sunday at Mokinoc' '11s an occasional laugh? They are th t but underlying it was the thought Herald follows the policy hitherto pur-I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. light-hearted gentry who point to the L .that.C-errnan, Scandinavian and Ir!.sh sued by the Ridder papers any propo-I Berg. Grand Forks visitors Thursday wer rbow and tell us that it will never I nmlgran.s general Jy neaaea .Ior the sal made by the farmers will not be l 1 bad adn the worst Is over. TJn- t Nornwes aria ior ne ,arm While n poh-hooed and rejected because it! Mrs. Halverson and son Jack, Mrs. Paul For, sum and the Misses Esther fortunately this usuaIl7 happens fo l unemployed factory work,s..and co,at come from that source. It will get "a I ter the flood has waghed all our be- I miners of Great Britain sucx arom.a hearing and if it is right it will be land Lura McBride. 't Andrew Johnsn ,-tertaln- gtnp aw.y. A war,rig of lmpend-Ithe Eastern cities and laborers trom supported, without regard to factional ied Wednesday afternoon in honor of ope worEea cheaply lines. The old I V A Herald is sunk damager t11ey regm'd Iss a dl[ the 8outh o ?t her daughterdn-law, Mrs. Dougl' while a cheerful twitter after nd flteed into ;he .needs ot me xron without trace. . Johnston. The afternoon was spen have been emacked down by a fate' and coal industries of Pennsylvania. In playing bridge. High score wen that we might lve avolded Is to  They would cheapen the labor mar- AD,LMS NEWS to Mrs. W. A. Peele. l"he party the'. acme of human wisdom, ket ad's for 1:he Northwest and the drove into the Sugar Bowl where a farm, it was worth co|-sidering and may be all of that, but this writer its needs were n0body's business. Sophus Holt and Hugo Erickson lovely three course luncheon was were business callers in Milton on l served. able "To hold fire tn his I The Vacationsl Bible School pupil: hand by thinking on the frosty Cau- :Let some laolPyanna ao a little glad Tuesday. or wallow naked In December turn over that stunt and see what Ida Hendrickson left for Grandput on a program Sunday evening i, Forks on Sunday to spend a few days the City Hall. A good program wa snow by thinking on fantastic sum- he makes of it. Yet, believe it or not, visiting friends. I given to a large audience. mr heat." That is Shakespeare s no- some of them wm attempt to do a Berna Wasing arrived here from I Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Johnston ar- the ltttatlon, but If he lived little eddie guest lahcle dah stuff on ,,,tt where she has been at-I rived Saturday from Minneapolis an: mer will visit at the home of the form tending schoo.1, to spend the sum ev ' the glad folk would tell hlm] how much better .and happier the be himself and not let a burne.q| German, Scandlnav|an and Iris.n pco- with. her father and brother, Ole andS, fr some time. Later they will visit d rule his mind. Hence the at-| ple will be if. they re_mn in thelr own Oarmen Wasing. Mrs. Johton's parents in South de of Edmund Burke, great Irish i dear native  Tneyannas. are Last Thursday the Milton band, Dakota before going to Pittsburg esma and orator of the FAght# I full ot swee  llght--na, so accompanied by a number of Milton where they will make their future ttury, seems more justified, i was the aead llor  found, residents, stopped in Adams a eoupl home. ) hours to boost their Fourth of July Miss Esther and Lura McBride au- there is  there, As for the debenture plan, It bM celebration, toed to the Forks Tuesday evenin,,, to be clamor, because it not a show. It might have had but Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hosna were Sun .nd took in thes how. iS better to have our slumber bro- the unertain shown about it at the day guests at the John Dreveeky Mr.-and Mrs. Steve Hosna and faro. the fire bell than to perish start by some leaders stopped it dead farm. ly and Miss Celia Shrank visited l the flames in our bed. Farmer Union officials at first op- Mrs. C. A. Erickson and son Carl .latives in the Forks Monday even- , neither a reformer, a dema- posed it and lair supoprted it, ap- ing. nor a radical, nor was 'he an parertly. In that heettancy it wa were visitors in ark River. Ole Wasing motored to Grand Forks Mrs. Gorowski ent,ained Tues- to existing institutions, or to lost and while it is now to be made on Wednesday. day afternon in honor of Mrs. Arthur conservatives, a tail to the tariff bill kite it has as A boxing mah took place between Them of Adrain, Minn. The hours much chance of sailing through the Emil Drevecky of Adams and Frank were spent in needlework and socia; when his column assures the lower House a a fea/cher has of get- Kelller of Hope, brother of Charles chat after which the hostess served a that there is "not the shadows tug through Gehe,,ma. Keiller. at Mayville last Friday even- delicious lunch, assisted by her moth- any real relief in Wash- -- ing. Both boxers put up a good show- er, Mrs. W. J. Woods and Mrs. Har and that he and the whole Has anyone thought of the redis-4ng. Emil Drevecky slightly injured old Woods. are in for a tougher time tricting of Norh r,|:o fol,owin ' his arm during thu first round which A number from here attended the. the new re-apportionment act which hampered him ai ittle. He was floor- Wednesday evening dance at Minto. reduce he number of congressmen ed once in th*e second round, twice :n Vernon Heger of Carrlngton i from three to two? The state now the third round, but as soon as the spending the week with Iver Olson. divided by two vertical lines may be fourth round signal came off he rush- Miss Zella and ALice Woods and divided by one horizontal line running ed in and won by a complete K. O.1 Pearl Shrank returned Sunday from from east to west. Tom Hall voted over Frank Keiller. i Winnipeg where they spent the week- for it so he must figure it has mad John Drevecky. Jr., accompanied b.l end" / Waldner Erickson and Frank Hosn] rk in the Drecky-Keiller fight In] FAIRDALE NEWS Mayville. Thelma Mldbo was a shopper tr Mrs. Mary Wylie arrived home o, lrk Rr on Monday. Thursday after spending a couple of Mrs. Hawkin Belerude motored 'd weeks with her daughter, Mrs  Fardale on Sunday and attended th Mary'Bannerman at Fordville, N. D. ] T,theran League convention held Raymond Lazn of Mayville, N. D., there, spent a couple of days here with his Arvid Sharberg and ,lederick Erik- parents, Rev. and Mrs. George Lar- Ch returned from Kansas last Sun- son, this week. I day where they had been the pa;! Mrs. George Davidson returned to ', u,eek r-kin employment, her home at Mtlton,-N. D., Wednes- : Charles KeiHer and Oscar I,und- day afar spending a few days lkere "' m/TM ..... d to Maw|De on Friday at the W. H. Moffett home. I  etend the Drevecky-Keiller fight. E.A. Lundberg of Niagara, N. D., O. 7verso and family of Norton autoed here Friday and was accom- UPqlV00:[bAL" "'"" ,o Sunday vlsltors at the C. A. panied home by Mrs. Lundberg and Erickson home. is otto Fralne and Curtis, who have 1r. nd Mrs. Arthur- Lindahl or, spent the past week with Mrs. Lund- T'o:k !ver were x,l?ior ir Adami berg's parents, Mr and Mrs. Ole A-' CREDIT COMPANY neson. . Hem,- Yfa.en rrived from I The Aadalen Ladies Aid held thelr[ Grs,nd Forks this week where she hssl auction sale and pic::ic at the Aada- ......... cor, Dleted a course in marcelling, lien church on Thursday afterroon. I -,,., Alds,h Anderson left for St. Pau Mrs, John Fositolm ,and son Ardls wb.eF9 hO h employment, and Mrs. M. Torgerson sp@.nt Frid,y I A th " e]mr a,en has charge of the afternoon at Edmor. o/ce e Han Anderson oil truck. Miss Pearl Johtlsrud returned to Russel Grove from west of Adamz (l'arld lrks on Friday after spend-,  ,pendin a wek at the home of ing a couple of days here. "' ls randprens, ]vr. and Mrs. J. ]. The Park River circuit Luther Lea- Payer. ] gue opened their meetings here Frt- lone Hagen arrived here from St. day afternoon and will continue un- Paul. where she has been for the ptst til Sunday. year with relatives to spend the sum. ] mer with her mother. Mrs. Jennl i ARDOCH NEWS Hagen. Florence Gilbert.son, Norton Evan- Mrs. Gso. Gibson and grand daugh- s,n. Anna and Emil Boman were ter. Dorothy Dalton returned Wed- cost. Mrs. William Meldahl and daugh- Manatoba where they visited wh re- terof Fargo arrived here on Ttresdv latives. They were accompanied by to-- ra"or" rmt*---e [4ylf----eTs for a couple of weeks visit with re-Mrs. Gibson's brother, Walter Hay :,f tatives and friends. - Missoula. Mont., who visited here for Mr. and Mrs, L. M. ugekvam ar two days before returning home. children of Park River visited in Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Wilson visited at[ Adams Friday. the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Me- I Louise Hilde left for Inbernationa: Carthy at Grafton Saturday. [ or*;,,n as authorized Ford Fal, Minn., on Saturday after spend- Misses Georgia Halliday, Alice Hef-] Our ing a two weeks vacatio at the hom fern and. Mrs. Ross Draper attended I of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lars "The Show Rat" shown at the Or- I dealers will be pleased to extend the Hllde. pheum at Grand Forks Saturday I Mrs. Myron Bateman and chlldre evening. ,.axe visiting at the home of Mrs. A number from.here attended the I U C C PLANS I I' .... :i::::: .... Reunited with His Masler " ........... :!!i: :!i!!i;iii,  .... , .......... /2nether Ford Economy--/lsk fo leafle . ** +,'*:' '.',:,::: ::! :: :" ========================= "<:':::. ' ' ', " ':":::':::::'::::::::-' " "" 'i.'..: :: < "'.:.:.v'.'. "- :-'" "   : - :N.." " Mills Far up Auto Co. ......... .... Park River i any sinCe the deflation of 1920 It lt to give the blus but" to get hlm his tees to avoid it, : He may wll what  can do to help himself. aer i in the parable of the uns,te widow and the unjust whieh n'dght be read in Luke . AlAs0 by attending to political h|m safe in the south district an in voting against every candl-  left Burtne to beat Sinclair in the te who stands with the enemy, i north. But if the legislature divides the state by a north, and south lin the farmers, show in Wash o running through Jamestown or Valley take for example the fight City. Tom will find Jim Sinclair quota Under touFl opation. The matter wld of a law in effect this be decided at the next legislature and quotas from Y, Ire- the farmer's Job is to see that his WAIH COUI'TY PRESS Bateman's mother. Mrs. C. E. Reinert- funeral of Mrs. Hugh Ryan at Min- PISEK son, near Park River. to Wdnesday. [, Mrs. P. M. Anderson and son AI H.B. Anderson spent the week-enJ -----'-" be:t returned from Warren, Minn., at the Gibson home. I Mrs. Elizabeth RumrelSl! where Albert had undergone an oper- Miss Isabell Heffern who has beel Forks arrived here last ation for appendicitis, visiting her parents left for Portland, where she wi'.l stay for The Grand Forks Herald has been Mr and Mrs. O. V. Lundberg left Ogon. Friday. !visiting with friends bought by Ridder Bros. of New York by car for Stochc]m, N. D., to it Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Wilson enter-I and M. M. Oppegard of St. Paul, Rid- wtih Mrs. Lundberg's sister, Mrs. S. tained, at a six o'clock dinner Wed-! Mr. and Mrs. William der Bros. own the Pioneer Press an'l Redeen. nesday evening in honor of Mrs. Ross Jerry and Joe Dispatch of St. Paulu, the Aberdeen,s! Mls. Hawkin Bellerude and chi'" Draper of San Francisco, Calif. anctlGrafton Friday. daily newspaper, a daffy in New Jer-dren. acccmpanied by Mrs. O. H. Miss IsaOll Heffern of Portland, Mr. and Mrs. Henry land, Norway, Sweden and Denmark sey, a German language dally in New Lundquist and Mrs. Manne Westberg Ore. Covers were laid for seven children Henrietta, Marie were clot in half and those from Great I York ,d other plicaAons. Mr. were Grand Forks visitors last week. guests. , man. motored to GrafOa Britain and the South of Europe [Oppegard has been head of the Asso- I _.= ! wePe doubled. Senator Nye led thelciated Press in St. Paul and is a real[ FOREST RIVER NEWS Miss Bertha Croskery returned from Mrs. Henry Dvorak fight to repeal the law and leave I news man. There is a gleam of hope I Devils Lake Saturday where she vi- Henrietta, Marie and', -- sited at the home of Dr. and Mrs Praska motored to park tlings as they have been. He was!in this, ofr the Pioneer Press and Dis- I Mrs. W. A. Poole and Mrs. Fosne Drew. day." bea'en by a narrow margin and the patch have been the most progressive/entertained the Sunshine Club at th newspapers said it was to punish him of Twin City dailies and stood for the and his farm bloc friends for daring equalization f until hope was gone home of the former Friday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lohse an q I Old Soak," the favorite pet. of Secretary of State Stimson is sh,.wtt rcttnite with his master at the Stimson home in ,New York after a long journey.'from ihe Philippine Islands.. Quality Products at Rock-- Bottom Prices We have just what you want to up your lunch basket for the 4th. Remember our Grocery Stock Is Strictly Fresh Everything for Fruit Salads -- Ever' in Cold Mbats. Fresh Vegetables - Fruits-Fancy Fresh Meat- Fish and Foods. PRICES RESONABLE Our aim is to sell quality deedS at reasonable prices. PARK RIVER Cash Narket & Grocery L. M. FLUGEKVAM, Propietor /i eJ Owl Stores brm to ti tm d ,;e m tl N an Koaomy food rvlce that with **hff.h to Imv other |amPly nee.t* -- ho*a tv dothm$, d. |as. th,tt, ato aea-;. r '' wel,'y and d.'. tdo I t'- R'd Ol dat on '"t' to have mote for hr t Red Owl Benerro00s00 t No. I0 Canned Fruit Gallon For making Preserves, Jams, Pies or Fruit S,amce and re-nning in Kerr fruit Jallh The econondcal way to buy canned fruit, Fresh Prunes Italian bl.e Per Can ...................... Blackberries "Fresh Seal" Pr eltt .................... Loganberries -o.,,onper eanPack" SUGAR Finest' lO-lb. Beet 5C lO0-lb. Pe bag ........ for HERSHEY'S COCOA pound caat MARSHMALLOWS, Shotwell's ound _. REFUGEE BEANS, Cut Wax or Green can PRUNES, Association, meal. size 5 lb.. box ............ Puffed "Whett, Kelloggs Ri'ec Krls0tes, Muffets, Post's Ikan Flakes 2 pkgs. ............... CERTO, 3Mskes the jelly Jell" bottle SPINACH, fancy'_no grit No, 2 can .................. 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