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Market &apos;,,etd locally today w,.re: D.I- - 7 ................. $1.0 ................. 93 ......................... 88 ......................... 43 ...................... i .... 3 .... v,, COUNTY PRESS %)" i. " I I Chas, Ramsey of Vernon Township Melbourne Close Mllton's genial FOR SALE---,eral second hand was a business caller in town Satur-polieemrz transacted business he.. rw ad slnglerw Jhn D're atoll day On his way tO Grafton. Monday. , McCormick Deering cultivators in  'NJ I first class Condition. T.F. Meagher C. O. Nelon ,Superintendent of the Mrs. Nels Folson of Hoople visitel I/ IIIIvlIvlF--- Cities Service Oil Company, for this with Park River friends Monday. i & Son. 9-3t distriet was l00ng after his cm M00lvin Flm Miltn 00rougi" FOR SAL00--F00n w00nut bungalow'" S p(00cia 0 fferii,(, s pany's interests here Monday. down his tractor engine for an over- piar' with beneh, in this vicinity i Mr. and Mrs. ,Jay Bates re'rived en hauling at Skjerven's Shop.on Tues- which must be sold due to fact pro'.. ............................ 77 .......................... 2.41 Monday from Rc, ckford, Ills., for a PRODI'Ci: week's visit at the home of Mr. and ............................ 2! Mrs. Henry Bates. '1.,,,_ ---------:::I C. E. Henrickson of Latona Town- 0NAL LOCA: S ship was a business visitor here Sat- Reirartson, H. Anderson Fargo Thursday and spent visiting friends. Mrs. Arne Eloyfson, who days visiting friends here for their home in Win- Bee of Adams is spend- at the Ander Mar- nmtored over from to spend Sunday with He left Monday, accom- Robert Laybourne for the day. chaer ea.]not Day for same. This i instrument will be sold for balance A special mc,ting of the Presby- due for each or at monthly install-l$ terian Ladies Aid was held Saturday' m.ents. Wonderful bargain to re-i evening at the home of Mrs. D. Whit " liab!e party. Write I. J. Hitchcock.': ' for the purpose of making final ar- 175 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ili.i':' urday, rangements for the straw b'erry ftl-' for particulars ll-,4t i " val which will be given this week. ! ] Mrs. J. C. Hallgrinon and children FOR SALE--Overland Sedan, Man- and Mrs. J. Thompson of Milton i do!ine, China Closet and other fur- were shoppers and visitors in our city "ESTRAY  n%ure. Phone 55. Edith Currie, Parlc!- Fridey. ! A red heifer, about two years old River, N.D. 12-,3t i: came into my pasture, 5/, mile t4. Melvin Ellen of Norton Township southwest of Park River, June 20th. BUSINESS /OC/s i i' i much improved of his recent attack Mark,3: Hole punched in both ears. of the Flu. Owner can have same by paying for Dr. A. O. Wold, Optometrist, will t , Mr. and Mrs: John Bakken and this advertisement and keeps, be at the Windsor Hotel, Park River, : daughter of Fairdale were Park River Ole Gullickson, Monday afternoon and evening and -. 'visitors here last Friday. I Park River, N D. 12-3t Tuesday A. M., July 15 and 16, See T Mrs. H. O. Sauer and son Harlan him and ee better 12-2 -* are expected home Saturday after a WANT A All in need of glasses will do well " month spent in Portage, Wis., and to see Dr. A. O. Wold; he will be at " Minneapolis, Minn. I FOR SALE John Deere Grain Eleva- the Windor Hotel Monday afternoon _--_ I The Presbyteri,n Ladies Aid will for, in good shape, for sale 7 miles and Tuesday forenoon, July 15 and David Meberg and west and one-half mile south of 16. 12-2t Naomi Flaten visitea serve a strawberry short cake supper on Sunday. at the church parlors next Thm-sday. Park River, N. D., Victor John- July 9th beginning at 5:30. { son. 11 3t tour--atA complet100 outfitGamblefOr yOurstores._TheyCamping 1. j. Albert Ferguson Joseph Praska, Mrs. Henry Dvorak FOR SALE Prose or Early Fortun are everywhere in the vacation let- at the Wm. Bond hems and L. M. Sibilick of Pisek were Men. Millet, 93 per cent Germination. ritory. Tent $9.25 to $19.95 Camp SUnday. , day visitors in our city. ! Good Feed for all live stock, an=l stove $3.89. Icebox $2.95. Gralton. Murphy and daughter good chicken feed. $1.50 a bushel Chicago arrived Men. Mrs. Bertha Flom of Mlton called or $3.00 per hundred. Sample a, There's been much favorable corn- at the home of Mrs. Mur- on friends here last Wednesday af- T.F. Meagher & Son and at A. C. ment on the quality of sporting goods Mr. and Mrs. M. KeI- ternoon, i also at farm. Frank B. Dobmeier, " ,,mble Stores--The savings are i Mr. and Mrs. John Hosna, August Park River, N.D. 10-3t spectacular--You'll get long drives Dougal Ferguson an,I l%osendale and Samuel Olson all of with True Temper steel shaft clubs--- gtests Mr. and Mrs. A1- Adams were visitors in town Monday FOR SALE--One large storage tank; 75c golf balls 59c. suitable for granary o rother farm of Harriston, Ont.. vening. i use. Cit':es Soviee Auto Co., Park The semi-annual dividend of 7 per guests of friends in Mrs. John Westberg and daughter. River. 9-3tp cent will be paid on Gamble Store's of Adams were shoppers here Tues- preferred stock J,fly 1. Additional pro- ,I, , WANTED---Comptn.t grl for genes'- fcrred stock may be had in limitc. e Peterson. demonstrn- day. I al housework. Apply to Mrs. Char- quantities. Write Gamble Stors, 43 .o Ordean, Wells gro- 't Mrs. J. Bergman and Mrs. H. Hall- guest at the home of her rim';on of Mont,na consulted with Ies Harris, P,%rk River. 9-3t.c I Stinson Blvd., Minneapolis. i and Mrs. J. J. Kohnen. Dr. Sauer last Friday. FOR IENT--Jy 9i0 hav-lalld farm When investing money, the first'  days. She left Friday for Mrs. John Ritter and Mrs. Win. located as follows: The S. E. !i f point to consider--Is it safe---Second . Schroeder of Cavalier, called ou th) the S. W ';. S.  T. 156. g 55 and --Earning Power--Chain store stocks . of Milton was amon Hillestad family Tuesday. located in VCabh Comty, N':rth Da- have been safe. Gamble Stores 7 per ,4" in town Monday at, Handy Lykken of Milton was he'," . kern. For price $150.00 cash. and cen nonassessabl'e Bveferred stock lz $ several times th pat month receiv- for further information, see the ]dl- , safe investment. 434 Stinson Blvd.., Sauer of Minneapolis "s inn Chiropractic adjustments from tor of this pape,-. 8-3t Minneapolis. arr4ve here Saturday for Dr. Sauer. Visit at the Doctors Ernest Gustafson, a former student. of the Agricultural School now liv ln in Nebreka was calling on his friends in town Monday. Li" -ghts  H. Dale and son Marvin return- ed Friday from a visit with frien'ls and relatives at McGregor," Minn. i C. R. Williamson of Dresden stop- [] I New Gas now on all Stove= Coleman Starter What its name ira- instantly. Jus and hold a light., to the starte'.---and now t stove t fuI in Icz than a with'out reduc- in the tank extra pumping or bother of any the Coleman in a class by flag else like it on see how taess with this in- .give you in less than y! ON Harness N.D. ped in our city ., few hours Friday on his return from Fargo. Mrs. J Albert Ferguson daughter Ilaine were guests of relatives in Grand Forks last week. Mrs. D. Stewart and Miss A]ic? Hmris left Saturday for an ,extendel vsit with relatives and friends at Gil- by. f. John CillesDie and D. P. Bruce left Mondav on a business trip to Glas- gow. Mont. l=t, ev. and Mrs. Edwin Rabine of Chicao were visitors at the John Martyn home on Friday. I .Tes Arnot wa a visitor here on Thursday enroute from Duluth to hi lme in. Glasgow. Mont. ]Vrr and Mr. Chas. F. Harris were visitors at, the T. I. Dahl home in Grafton Friday. Mr. anq Mr".. Arn V.ne of Steele .nd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson o Dickinson who were guests of Mr. anl Mrs. John M-rtyn for several day] returned to their homes on Monday Hazel and Norms Graham return'- rl .aturday from Sarles, N. D.. where they spent'a month visiting relatlve. Mr, and Mrs.YYed McConnachie an:l daughter Laura of Regina. Sask., vi- sited several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. White. 1 Mrs. Rebecca Anderson of Mino and daughters. Mrs. O .Wold and Mls May Anderson visited relatives an'! friends here Saturday. I Miss Irene Wooldridge left FridaY via Grafton for Neelte, N. D.. to visit friends. Miss Edith currle left Sunday tom- sit friends in Kennedy, Minn. C. H. Dale and sons Marvin an'! Charles returned Friday from Minn- earmlis. Minn. They visited relatives" at McGregor, Minn., on their return trip. I Mr. and Mrs. James Brown of Os- nabrock were visitors at the home of Mrs. John Parke on Sunday. ] Mrs. Grace Kin of Duluth ar- rived Friday to visit relatives an friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy and son Dalton visited relatives at Walhall on Sunday. James Maxwell of Grand Forks wa a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cass Gates last week. Ruth Mrs. O. Neste and daughter were gtrests of relatives in Lankin on Sunday. I Mrs. Norman MePherso was a! week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jail Skyrud of Adams. I Mrs. Henry Dvorak and children and Mr. Joseph Pra.ka o fPisek were visitors here on Monday. I Miss Louise McCauley left Satur- I day for Valley City to visit her sister, t Catherine, who is attending summer school there, Pure Jam Home Bramd, Pure fruit in g,as27 jaFs, 1 pound C Peanut Butter .ome --r00d ......... 45C Coffee .ra.. i. 00a,od eans 55C soap for =. o00s.e.00 29C M fl C a r O H i Spaghetti, Quality lnd * for .................. 21C Oatmeal .ue001,o eye, 9 pound bags 50C * Salmon 25c eas for .................. = .... . ...... Malted Meal, Wheat Cereal 2 - 25c can packages and chtlds scooter .,,,o. $1.49 A. FINNESETH C(] Quality Merchandise at Right Prices I Phone 37 RADE IN YOUR LAST FEW THOUSAND MI LI =S . WE'LL BUY THEM FOR REAL MONEY x *x I :::: ii!!!i!!i!iii!::i;:::i:ii::: :::ili!i!iii!i!iiiil;ii: ...... " ;: .... iiFiiiiii;iiiii!ii;!iii!ii!ii!i i : ..... !::!.:ii:::::::iiii:ii::: .......................... i:F :::::: ....... i : :.!::::i:!:!:!:!:!:'::!:: .,..': ' : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '.  "" '":':'::::::: i::' :i:: ::'-'" ::!:::i).:: <" :. " ..., ! THERE SHE GOESI You thought WHY DID IT HAPPEN? Well, that's > ONLY THING TO  is go to work! you had a few more miles left in that a habit old tires have. They let go But you won't got caught again . . front tire, but it beat you to ill , when momehts are very precious. Trade off thoaeworn tlm before this happens. TRADE IN YOUR USED TIRES FOR NEW SILVERTOWNS OOK over your tires right now them, including ,,..;.;.f',:'.o, co. to show serious tread wear? Does any one of them look as if it might go fiat just when you haven't a minute to waste? Then don't take a chancel (let rid of it. We're making special allowances now on old tires for new ones. Taking in worn casings as part payment of sturdy, dependable, full-mileage Silvertowns and super-smart Silvertowns Deluxe I Come in ! Get @ur trade-in proposition now l YOU'RE MAKING A WISE MOVE, SIRI Trading in that old worn,out mining fjar this brand new Goodrich Silvertown. A few hundred mil=, maybe a thoud at mot. And it would be on your mlnd MI the  H you  to mm ltl oodrich Silverfowns -- '1__ . _ I'1 II _  I P A RKE TIRE SERVICE V. T. Parke, Proprietor Park I Market ',,etd locally today w,.re: D.I- - 7 ................. $1.0 ................. 93 ......................... 88 ......................... 43 ...................... i .... 3 .... v,, COUNTY PRESS %)" i. " I I Chas, Ramsey of Vernon Township Melbourne Close Mllton's genial FOR SALE---,eral second hand was a business caller in town Satur-polieemrz transacted business he.. rw ad slnglerw Jhn D're atoll day On his way tO Grafton. Monday. , McCormick Deering cultivators in  'NJ I first class Condition. T.F. Meagher C. O. Nelon ,Superintendent of the Mrs. Nels Folson of Hoople visitel I/ IIIIvlIvlF--- Cities Service Oil Company, for this with Park River friends Monday. i & Son. 9-3t distriet was l00ng after his cm M00lvin Flm Miltn 00rougi" FOR SAL00--F00n w00nut bungalow'" S p(00cia 0 fferii,(, s pany's interests here Monday. down his tractor engine for an over- piar' with beneh, in this vicinity i Mr. and Mrs. ,Jay Bates re'rived en hauling at Skjerven's Shop.on Tues- which must be sold due to fact pro'.. ............................ 77 .......................... 2.41 Monday from Rc, ckford, Ills., for a PRODI'Ci: week's visit at the home of Mr. and ............................ 2! Mrs. Henry Bates. '1.,,,_ ---------:::I C. E. Henrickson of Latona Town- 0NAL LOCA: S ship was a business visitor here Sat- Reirartson, H. Anderson Fargo Thursday and spent visiting friends. Mrs. Arne Eloyfson, who days visiting friends here for their home in Win- Bee of Adams is spend- at the Ander Mar- nmtored over from to spend Sunday with He left Monday, accom- Robert Laybourne for the day. chaer ea.]not Day for same. This i instrument will be sold for balance A special mc,ting of the Presby- due for each or at monthly install-l$ terian Ladies Aid was held Saturday' m.ents. Wonderful bargain to re-i evening at the home of Mrs. D. Whit " liab!e party. Write I. J. Hitchcock.': ' for the purpose of making final ar- 175 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ili.i':' urday, rangements for the straw b'erry ftl-' for particulars ll-,4t i " val which will be given this week. ! ] Mrs. J. C. Hallgrinon and children FOR SALE--Overland Sedan, Man- and Mrs. J. Thompson of Milton i do!ine, China Closet and other fur- were shoppers and visitors in our city "ESTRAY  n%ure. Phone 55. Edith Currie, Parlc!- Fridey. ! A red heifer, about two years old River, N.D. 12-,3t i: came into my pasture, 5/, mile t4. Melvin Ellen of Norton Township southwest of Park River, June 20th. BUSINESS /OC/s i i' i much improved of his recent attack Mark,3: Hole punched in both ears. of the Flu. Owner can have same by paying for Dr. A. O. Wold, Optometrist, will t , Mr. and Mrs: John Bakken and this advertisement and keeps, be at the Windsor Hotel, Park River, : daughter of Fairdale were Park River Ole Gullickson, Monday afternoon and evening and -. 'visitors here last Friday. I Park River, N D. 12-3t Tuesday A. M., July 15 and 16, See T Mrs. H. O. Sauer and son Harlan him and ee better 12-2 -* are expected home Saturday after a WANT A All in need of glasses will do well " month spent in Portage, Wis., and to see Dr. A. O. Wold; he will be at " Minneapolis, Minn. I FOR SALE John Deere Grain Eleva- the Windor Hotel Monday afternoon _--_ I The Presbyteri,n Ladies Aid will for, in good shape, for sale 7 miles and Tuesday forenoon, July 15 and David Meberg and west and one-half mile south of 16. 12-2t Naomi Flaten visitea serve a strawberry short cake supper on Sunday. at the church parlors next Thm-sday. Park River, N. D., Victor John- July 9th beginning at 5:30. { son. 11 3t tour--atA complet100 outfitGamblefOr yOurstores._TheyCamping 1. j. Albert Ferguson Joseph Praska, Mrs. Henry Dvorak FOR SALE Prose or Early Fortun are everywhere in the vacation let- at the Wm. Bond hems and L. M. Sibilick of Pisek were Men. Millet, 93 per cent Germination. ritory. Tent $9.25 to $19.95 Camp SUnday. , day visitors in our city. ! Good Feed for all live stock, an=l stove $3.89. Icebox $2.95. Gralton. Murphy and daughter good chicken feed. $1.50 a bushel Chicago arrived Men. Mrs. Bertha Flom of Mlton called or $3.00 per hundred. Sample a, There's been much favorable corn- at the home of Mrs. Mur- on friends here last Wednesday af- T.F. Meagher & Son and at A. C. ment on the quality of sporting goods Mr. and Mrs. M. KeI- ternoon, i also at farm. Frank B. Dobmeier, " ,,mble Stores--The savings are i Mr. and Mrs. John Hosna, August Park River, N.D. 10-3t spectacular--You'll get long drives Dougal Ferguson an,I l%osendale and Samuel Olson all of with True Temper steel shaft clubs--- gtests Mr. and Mrs. A1- Adams were visitors in town Monday FOR SALE--One large storage tank; 75c golf balls 59c. suitable for granary o rother farm of Harriston, Ont.. vening. i use. Cit':es Soviee Auto Co., Park The semi-annual dividend of 7 per guests of friends in Mrs. John Westberg and daughter. River. 9-3tp cent will be paid on Gamble Store's of Adams were shoppers here Tues- preferred stock J,fly 1. Additional pro- ,I, , WANTED---Comptn.t grl for genes'- fcrred stock may be had in limitc. e Peterson. demonstrn- day. I al housework. Apply to Mrs. Char- quantities. Write Gamble Stors, 43 .o Ordean, Wells gro- 't Mrs. J. Bergman and Mrs. H. Hall- guest at the home of her rim';on of Mont,na consulted with Ies Harris, P,%rk River. 9-3t.c I Stinson Blvd., Minneapolis. i and Mrs. J. J. Kohnen. Dr. Sauer last Friday. FOR IENT--Jy 9i0 hav-lalld farm When investing money, the first'  days. She left Friday for Mrs. John Ritter and Mrs. Win. located as follows: The S. E. !i f point to consider--Is it safe---Second . Schroeder of Cavalier, called ou th) the S. W ';. S.  T. 156. g 55 and --Earning Power--Chain store stocks . of Milton was amon Hillestad family Tuesday. located in VCabh Comty, N':rth Da- have been safe. Gamble Stores 7 per ,4" in town Monday at, Handy Lykken of Milton was he'," . kern. For price $150.00 cash. and cen nonassessabl'e Bveferred stock lz $ several times th pat month receiv- for further information, see the ]dl- , safe investment. 434 Stinson Blvd.., Sauer of Minneapolis "s inn Chiropractic adjustments from tor of this pape,-. 8-3t Minneapolis. arr4ve here Saturday for Dr. Sauer. Visit at the Doctors Ernest Gustafson, a former student. of the Agricultural School now liv ln in Nebreka was calling on his friends in town Monday. Li" -ghts  H. Dale and son Marvin return- ed Friday from a visit with frien'ls and relatives at McGregor," Minn. i C. R. Williamson of Dresden stop- [] I New Gas now on all Stove= Coleman Starter What its name ira- instantly. Jus and hold a light., to the starte'.---and now t stove t fuI in Icz than a with'out reduc- in the tank extra pumping or bother of any the Coleman in a class by flag else like it on see how taess with this in- .give you in less than y! ON Harness N.D. ped in our city ., few hours Friday on his return from Fargo. Mrs. J Albert Ferguson daughter Ilaine were guests of relatives in Grand Forks last week. Mrs. D. Stewart and Miss A]ic? Hmris left Saturday for an ,extendel vsit with relatives and friends at Gil- by. f. John CillesDie and D. P. Bruce left Mondav on a business trip to Glas- gow. Mont. l=t, ev. and Mrs. Edwin Rabine of Chicao were visitors at the John Martyn home on Friday. I .Tes Arnot wa a visitor here on Thursday enroute from Duluth to hi lme in. Glasgow. Mont. ]Vrr and Mr. Chas. F. Harris were visitors at, the T. I. Dahl home in Grafton Friday. Mr. anq Mr".. Arn V.ne of Steele .nd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson o Dickinson who were guests of Mr. anl Mrs. John M-rtyn for several day] returned to their homes on Monday Hazel and Norms Graham return'- rl .aturday from Sarles, N. D.. where they spent'a month visiting relatlve. Mr, and Mrs.YYed McConnachie an:l daughter Laura of Regina. Sask., vi- sited several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. White. 1 Mrs. Rebecca Anderson of Mino and daughters. Mrs. O .Wold and Mls May Anderson visited relatives an'! friends here Saturday. I Miss Irene Wooldridge left FridaY via Grafton for Neelte, N. D.. to visit friends. Miss Edith currle left Sunday tom- sit friends in Kennedy, Minn. C. H. Dale and sons Marvin an'! Charles returned Friday from Minn- earmlis. Minn. They visited relatives" at McGregor, Minn., on their return trip. I Mr. and Mrs. James Brown of Os- nabrock were visitors at the home of Mrs. John Parke on Sunday. ] Mrs. Grace Kin of Duluth ar- rived Friday to visit relatives an friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hardy and son Dalton visited relatives at Walhall on Sunday. James Maxwell of Grand Forks wa a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cass Gates last week. Ruth Mrs. O. Neste and daughter were gtrests of relatives in Lankin on Sunday. I Mrs. Norman MePherso was a! week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jail Skyrud of Adams. I Mrs. Henry Dvorak and children and Mr. Joseph Pra.ka o fPisek were visitors here on Monday. I Miss Louise McCauley left Satur- I day for Valley City to visit her sister, t Catherine, who is attending summer school there, Pure Jam Home Bramd, Pure fruit in g,as27 jaFs, 1 pound C Peanut Butter .ome --r00d ......... 45C Coffee .ra.. i. 00a,od eans 55C soap for =. o00s.e.00 29C M fl C a r O H i Spaghetti, Quality lnd * for .................. 21C Oatmeal .ue001,o eye, 9 pound bags 50C * Salmon 25c eas for .................. = .... . ...... Malted Meal, Wheat Cereal 2 - 25c can packages and chtlds scooter .,,,o. $1.49 A. FINNESETH C(] Quality Merchandise at Right Prices I Phone 37 RADE IN YOUR LAST FEW THOUSAND MI LI =S . WE'LL BUY THEM FOR REAL MONEY x *x I :::: ii!!!i!!i!iii!::i;:::i:ii::: :::ili!i!iii!i!iiiil;ii: ...... " ;: .... iiFiiiiii;iiiii!ii;!iii!ii!ii!i i : ..... !::!.:ii:::::::iiii:ii::: .......................... i:F :::::: ....... i : :.!::::i:!:!:!:!:!:'::!:: .,..': ' : ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: '.  "" '":':'::::::: i::' :i:: ::'-'" ::!:::i).:: <" :. " ..., ! THERE SHE GOESI You thought WHY DID IT HAPPEN? Well, that's > ONLY THING TO  is go to work! you had a few more miles left in that a habit old tires have. They let go But you won't got caught again . . front tire, but it beat you to ill , when momehts are very precious. Trade off thoaeworn tlm before this happens. TRADE IN YOUR USED TIRES FOR NEW SILVERTOWNS OOK over your tires right now them, including ,,..;.;.f',:'.o, co. to show serious tread wear? Does any one of them look as if it might go fiat just when you haven't a minute to waste? Then don't take a chancel (let rid of it. We're making special allowances now on old tires for new ones. Taking in worn casings as part payment of sturdy, dependable, full-mileage Silvertowns and super-smart Silvertowns Deluxe I Come in ! Get @ur trade-in proposition now l YOU'RE MAKING A WISE MOVE, SIRI Trading in that old worn,out mining fjar this brand new Goodrich Silvertown. A few hundred mil=, maybe a thoud at mot. And it would be on your mlnd MI the  H you  to mm ltl oodrich Silverfowns -- '1__ . _ I'1 II _  I P A RKE TIRE SERVICE V. T. Parke, Proprietor Park I