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m m i t i Separating the Farmer I e  Both Arias and Alibi W.e _, Hot Wind Beats Hot Air A Cuss for Cinderella The Minnesota Shift By SAM&apos;L HILL Pity the cream separator makers of the United States. They are in the The present tariff laws permits the importation of all agricultural implments valued at OVER $50 free of duty. This lets in umber of cream separators that the farmers buy and upon which no is paid and fair ruins the industry. At least that is a representative of the Assocla. of American Manufacturers of am Separators told the Senat committee. The Senators were filled with com- hood. In fact it is susp.ecte:l that *much of the propaganda against pub- lic ownership is mamfacture:i and colored fabrication intended to de- ceive. Hence when the Power Trust repents and says it will sin no more in owning newspapers, move fast in the direction of the salt barrel. With-- out question it is a case of cover up for the buying of newspapers con- tinues--but in hands apparently re- mote from the Power Trust. It not for the suffering American-Governor sharer of North but before deciding to give overlooked in hL farm storage plan. them the 45 per cent al valorem du.y That was the stuff to fill the grana- modestly asked, a few questions ries. The crop in North Dakota and were put. An unregenerate Democrat Western Minnesota is to Utah. Senator King by name. lhalf what it was last year and many as such must be an enemy or a farmer who has bought a industry and the full din. i tank will have to use a tire pump to twisted some upleasant fl- out of the Separators men's He got him to achnlt the same American-made cream which was sold to American at $107.50 was being sold to for $48.80. The sen- which is mostly Re. fill it. It is a case of the hot wind 'beating the hot air to it, President Hoover, without 'to name the representative wheat growers, called his Farm Board i together and warned the farmer through them that there is no magic ing the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lohse. ! Protests Against New Rulings  ' on th Mrs. Wm. LUNG. Mr. and Mrs. Watson and son.' Officials of Devils Lake are protea- feared- in -such cav ma Mrs. Alice Lowe is visiting her Harry of Winnipeg arrived Tuesday ling against the proposed feder,i Idi-tcome daughter, Mrs. Paige, in Grand and are visiting old friends, new ruling with respect to Indian af- and a Forks this week. MY. and Mrs. Hov, and family or fairs which would put the red me: where Mrs. Steve Lester entertained :. California left Wednesday for their ............ -- ,  number of ladies at a quilting bee o1 home after spending a month visiting , Thursday afternoon. At the close or relatives here and Detroit. i | tl the afternoon a lovely supper was set- Timmas Mortm] of Elphinstonz. i  1- a  _ r'l[t ved. Mrs. Lester was assisted in sere- Man. was a caller at the H. F. Lohse  V fl f "  " |   g bleurmTaughtrs, Genevieve anc home Sunday. }! 00ommg   Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Harris an4 Minot Man Killed !  family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Midden- Harry Klimpel, employed at a farm  dorf and son and Mrs. Win. McEah- southeast of Minot, was killed when a i ern of Park Rivel visited at the Gee-tractor he was operating ran over - :Oowan home. his head. The accident is thought i. .! , Mrs. John Harris of Park River I- have occurred while Klimpel was at- spending a few days at the home of tempting to adjust something on lb.,. i her daughter and son-in-law. Mr. anti mchine while it was movlng, i only has analibi but alias and one by , one the papers fall. , t The World's Ther seems to be one thing that -. Dakota e plan. Standard ta and be about 1 many storaie ump to De Laval t wind Cream Separators waiting. of the turned Democratic a.d tariff wand by which the present distress of r revenue only righ them. No won- agriculture can be ended. It will take competition can ship se- time, he says, and slow and care- into the United States ann ful work to begin to get re-ady to tle American maker. Mr start to put the .farmer back on a who is head of President Hop- paying basis. That is to be expected new lrm Relief Board, should -for farmers But when the steel about this. 'He is head of th trust was bothered with imports from Harvester company____ Belgium the magic wand of Coolidge elis an occalnal cream separ',slaped on a dollar a ton on the price hear--how erna I of pig iron and it was an overnight accomplishment. When the Supreme the Int -Court decided that the La Follette have Power & Paper company bought]law for physical valuation of rail- of America's largest lroads was the baris for ra making , newspapers at strategic points was no good. the magic wand of a over the country. It came out in judical pen added billions to the value before the Federal of aflroad stock in the country. The game was to other industries may be CindereUs extorted from the pu-]with fairy uodmothers and magic through the sale of light, heat i wands, but the farmer--well, he Just power to buy newspapers which i isn't that kind of a girl! convince the public that they l bettr off paying through th Bulge Bm'tness is quoted as saying than having thee public utH'- that the Hawly tariff for which he owned by the cities or by the and Timhall voted is "the best tarLff Now with a great flourish the yet." Reminds one of Taft's fam- Paper & Power Corn - announces its return to virtue. It not own the newspapers. It will of its stock in them. It will good--except that it will keep up radio, its paid lectures, its liter- barrac' and publieli,y agents o public ownership and keep the profits. It is getting good! the most trusting soul will the word of an extortioner. A monopoly that will bribe college pr- stufessors, stuff the tex becks children study and buy the offi- cers of women's orgfintzaio-3 migh: not hesitate over uttering a false N!I!!IINNI,II!!!II!mmIIIIN!NIINIII Furnace al Dtd You Enjoy Heatind rt Last Ytinter? Did you have all the emfort. eonveu'ence and economy of radi- ator /:eat in yur home? If yon didn't n:)w is the time to cnsider chang'rig over yaur hea'ing plant to the really mdern and con- venient system. The change can be made tt you conenence-- perhaps while you're away on your vxcation. Then ou'll face next winter with an automatically con- trolled heating plant which will deliver heat evenly all over the house, with mtnimun fluctuations in temperature. Just telephone, Knuts0n & Son Phone IO7 Park River LHNIWilIINIli/NiIilHIIIINI! os Winna speech in which he land- ed he Payne-Aldrich t12I of 1999 in the same words. The answer he l got from the country in 1912 ought to. make Bulgy pause. He would be on t safer ground talking free love, But I as usual he starts tus mouth runnlng 1 and walks off "rod leaves it. TEe I Payne-Aldrich tariff is a model "fit decency compared to the Hawley tar= i tff that the House passed. It was I fr2e of the hypocricy of pretending to [ give the farmer something while I put its hand in his pocket and toox the little small change he has left l after Bulgy's grain gambling friends t get through with him. Minnesota' t reuutar Rpublican Congressmen have] at least the g'aee to confess---now t.hg nev are hom'--that the bill is all he bad things said of it and the l , n;imoota Plan which the reguIa . Re,)t, bliean editors flourished as the .... htion of the farm problem is lik mo-t of these Atlantic flyers--lost in unkrtown waters ne-er to be hear:l from again. The Mim?esota Plan an the Minnesota shift in football have bth men bz'red by the boys in th T/.:t who mke tle rules. There l: one Minnesota Shift Chat hasn't bead nrred vet That's the one away from the pay that is controlled by th" w, Boys of the East. It Is due m 1930 "OWEST RTVNR NF, WS !rs. F. Sprague and Mrs. L. Dwar of Seattle. who have spent the past week visiting relatives left Wedn.-sday fer Ottawa, Ont.. where they will vi- sit their sisi:er. Mrs. Mason. Thomas llood of Minneapolis was a caller in town Friday. Mrs. George Stone s3ent Tuesday t Conwav with ler daughter. Mrs, Wallace Burris. Mrs. O. A. Berg and son. Jlmmle ,:. Mekinock returned to tkelr home os Monday, after spending the wek-enJ as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lohse, Miss Rachel Curry arrived home ires Langdon. where she spent the past two weeks. Mrs. Wm. ShibleY of Gilby is spend- i Golden Series Utility Series O'Brien & Ren00le i ! !i !! !i !i ;( !i l' i Ii O. P. OLSON Hardware & Harness i ! ii i! ii !i | PARK RIVER NORTH DAKOTA ! | i Park River for the Opening of the Creamery We welcome you, while here we want you to know that the ho :oitality of our store is at your dis" posal. A cool place to come in and rest. You are a guest beJore you are a customer here. []/re consider your visit a compliment, whether yo purchase or not. GUSTAV BRANDT Park River, No. Dak. L ............ S :NSAT00 $UM#tER TRADE-IN SALE ! .! ON GOODRICH TIR I O NEW TIRES FOR Ok0 ... IN TIME FOR YOUR SUMMER MOTORING ENSATIONAL? Yes, sir e" actly that! Because we're offer extra-generous allowances on wor,. tires, at a time when you will apP ,rX ate it most. For remember this... Summer means hot roads, as well ,. harder driving. Hot roads mean b tires. And hot tires mean blow-out' So beware now of the tread thtt' beginning to show the signs of w er Because wetll take your worn tlreJ off your hands . . . and give you htlld new Silvertowns in their place! Just drive in . . . ask us to appr your rubber. We'll take it in on e* Silvertowns, or Silvertowns De L One tire or a set. And there you are,,, all ready  the summer and fall ! So come in and see us. Don't de: BETTER REPLACE rrl The tread'e get- ting pretty smooth! Not much left there, between you and trouble! And you're driving more these days .... week- end tripe . . . drives into the country! Why take a chance on spoiling pleasant lummer holidays when we're offering Io much for your old rubber? THIS IS THE TIRE YOU GETI Here it is . . the famous Silvertown. Stretch- matched cord construction.., thorough curing by the famous Goodrich water- cure Process . . . and real traction on any road. The Silvertown De Luxe il the same tire, only more of it. CONFECTIONERY . RESTAURANT Goodrich Siiverfown Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Soft Drinks All leading Magazines and Sunday Papers Park River, N. D, PARK-E TIRE SERVIC V. T. Parke, Proprietor Park River I I III I . "Z WAL.SH COUNTY PRIZSF I s. w. Luno. / . a s. watso nd so. Omcils of Devi: Lake are protes- fea'ea-ih a  .ati.g ,ho a=er Mrs. lic., we is vis,tlng h<Harry of Winnio arrived uody t,n ainst ti' proposed fode,., ,din  Both Alias and Alibi daughter, Mrs. Paige, in Grand| and are visiting old friends, new ruling with respect to Indian af- and Forks this week. | MT. and Mrs. Howe and family o: fairs which would put the red mer where  # t  Hot Wind Beats Hot Air Mrs. Steve Lester enteI%ained :,|California left Wednesday for their  A Cuss for Cindere,la number of ladies at a quilting bee o,,| home after spending a month visiting .., The Minnesota Shift Thursday Mternoon. At the close or} relatives here and Detroit | - l[i t the afternoon a lovely supper was set-| Thomas Merlin: of Elphinston.-.. i 1,   _ I'1 "1 t By SAM'L HILL ' " veal. Mrs. Lester :us assisted in serv-Man., was a caller at the H. P. Lohse , /--'" /---- I :<,m;,a I 0 I,+ = _ _ ....... ling by her duught'rs, Genevieve analhom'e Sunday. '.  LOU -rc k.,omlng .k-c: M. Fossum. ' i Pity thecreamseparatormakers3fhood,, In factitis susp,ectc:|. . ..... tha: Mr andMrs C F Harris o-..,,,oo, * F k Riv fo the the United 8tares. They are in the much of th. propaganda against pub-:fnmB v . nd Mrs Rn a I doleful dumps The present tariff lic ownership is mamfacture:i and ".-"'.'" :"-" - Y: _--- : ........ , Harry Klimpel, employed at a farm ! tr er r  aor[ an(] Sell and Mrs. wnl. McEah- laws permits the lm )ortati n -n of p, nivel wstted at th - t sutheast of Minor, was killed when a t o of all colored fabrication intended to d.- . . own,,,00 mo, ................... ' Opeig [ the agricultural imph=ments valued at ce:e. Hence when the P e Trus ',,ow, h,m l tractor he was operating ran over OVER $50 free of duty This lets in repents and says it will sin no more ............ l his heaxl. The accident is thought i, .!- n n o ;i a number of cream separators that in in' Mrs. John Harri of Park River . have occum'ed while Klimoel WaS as. i .the farmers buy and upon which no tile direction of the salt barrel. With-. spending a few days at the home of tempting to adjust something on the i 00C'reamery ", duty is paid and fair ruins the out question it is a case of cover up her daughter and on-iniaw, Mr. anci machine wllile it was moving, i . American industry. At least that is .for the buying of newspapers con- f.}:wht a representative of the socla. tinues--but in hands apparently re .............................. i "t4on of American Mazmfacturers of mote from the Power Trust. It no i i i!: eam Separators told the enat only has analibi but alias and one by - We /c bile h i! committee. .one the papers an ! !-" we ome you. w ere - i The World's ] want you to know t]mt t]e [WY lled wth corn Thin seems to be one thing that " s n for the suffering American-Governor sharer of North Dakota[ . i _ bit our store is at your " :lndu lg. but before deciding to give overlooked in hk farm storage plan. Standard i, ther the 45 per cent al valorem duty That was the stuff to fill the grand-[ : - " they modestly asked, a few questions riPs. The crop in North Dakota and' | i L A coo/p/ace to come in were put. An unregenerate Democrat Western Minnesota is to be about  i i posa from Utah. Senator King by name. lhalf what it was last year and many  i i rest. Who as such must be an enemy or a farmer who has bought a storale 1 industry and the full din. ltank will have to use a tire pump to De Laval = twisd some upeasant -ll it :t is a ease of the hot l. if! YOU are a uest beJore you ar Out of the Separators men's boating the hot air to it. ! ! He got him to admit : Cream Separators ! , a customer here. We consider year the same American-made cream President Hoover. without wating - which was sold to American' to name the representative of the ! ! visit a compliment, whether re, at $107.50 was being sold to wheat growers, called his.Farm Board ! Golden Series Utility Serie I ! farmers for $48.80. The sen-  p which is mostly Re. ]together and warned the farmer | LIrc ass or F$o. through them that there is no magic i i Democratic a,cl tariff wand by which the present distress of " " only righ them. No won- agriculture can be ended. It will take O= P- OLSON j i ..... competition can ship se- time, he says, and slow and care- | , er,can m=. *, Ist,rt ,o ,ut te ,aer hac, on a Hardware & Harness - WhO= head of leIdent.Ho?-:paylng basis. That is to be expected i i new larrn [4elief oara, snouts ---for farmers. But when the steel PARK RIV[R NORTH DAKOTA i  Park River, No. DeE. about this. 'He is head of th" trus was bothered with imports from j i " ' Harvester company Belgiunl the magic watld of Coolidget,==,==*,-,=*=,=,=- ,=,,= ,,--,-=--,,=,--,,,,. ,,-==--,=,--, - : . an occasional cream separ- slaped on a dollar a ton on the price l of pig iron and it was an overnigh Court decided that the I Fonette   Power & Paper company bought law for physiea valuation of rail- ,& a m I have heard how the Interns- of Ameriqa's largest roads was t.he baris for ra making[ , newspapers at strategic points was no good. the magic wand of a] over the country. It came out in judieal pen added billions to the value t before the Federal of aflroad stock in the country.  [ ,, commission. The game was to other industries may be CindcreUus extorted from the pu-lwith fairy '0dmothers and nlgiq SUMMER TRADE-IN SALE the sale of light, heat i wands, but the farmerwell, he Just power to buy newspapers which i isn't that kind of a girl! convince the public that they ] bettr off paying through the{ Bulv Bm'tness is quoted as saying than havlng theepnbllc utiP" that the Hawley tariff fr which he[ ON GOODRICH TIR | owned by the cities or by the and "rimhall voted is "the best tart.g. Now with a great flourish the yet." Reminds one of Taft's fam- Paper & Power Corn- ms Winna sleech In which he land- announces its retum to virtue. It ed he Payne-Aldrtch tariff of 1909 , not OWn the iiewspaoers. It will in the same words. The answer he of its stock in them, It will got from the country in 1919, ought to good--except that it will keep up make Baldy pause. He would be on OL 0 radio, its paid lectures, its liter- safe," ground talking' free love, Bu, ::i NEW TIRES FOR , barac' and publicity agents o as usual he starts iris mouth running  public ownership and keep the and walks off nd leaves it, TEe oU profits. It is getting good! Payne-Aldrich tariff is a model f . IN TIME FOR decency compared to the Hawley tar Even the mot trusting soul will jff that the House passed. It was MOTORING the word of an extgrt.toner. A fl'Ye of the hypocrisy of pretending to SUMMER monopoly hat will bribe college pr. give tlle farmer something while I  stufessors, stuff the tex becks put its hand in his pocket and tool children study and b'ly the offl- the little small chaxge he has left ENSATtONAL? Yea, air cers of women's organtzaio.- migh: fter Baldy's grain gambling friends :.  actlythatl Because we're not he,.dtate over uttering a false get through with him. Minnesota'  extra-generous allowances on reutar Republican Congressnen have ii tires, at a time when you will  ........... at least the grace to confess--now .., t,h, tnev are hem's--that the bill is Ill ate it most. all lie bad things said of it and the I " For remember this... 00nati0nal .,,,,,000 Plan which the regulm" Summer means hot roads, afw,||l " , Re,)t, bliean editors flourished as tile ..... alien of the farm problem is Ilk- harder driving. Hot roads rnea b ace--- o, of these Atlantic flyers--lost in :ii:}: .,, re:known waters ne-er to be hear tires. And hot tires mean blow-CO from adam. Tlle Minnesota Plan an: ii!::: i " So beware now of the tread that the Minnesota shift in football have beginning to show the signs of wd :Did You Enjoy |leatin both men barred by the boys in th21 [1 Comfort Last inter? :,:t who make tte rules. There ::'  Because well] take your worn t one Minnesota Shift that han't bern1 OfF your hands . . . and give you bu Did you have all the comfort, 'rr.ed vet That's the one away from{ l new Silvertowns in their placeI eonven'enee and economy of radi- the paTy that is controlled bv th" r w,t Boys of the East It is due m Just drive in... ask us to apP ator heat in y,ur hom? If you 1930. your rubber. We'll take it in on Be didn't n:)w is the time to ezmider Silvertowns, or Silvertowna De Lt chang:ng ovcr your heaing plant YOIEST RTV] ,1 N,WS One tire or a set. to the really mdern and con- enient system. The change can Mrs. F. Sprague and Mrs. L. Dwar And there you are.,, all ready  be made tt you conveence-- of Seattle. who have spent the past the summer and fall! while you're way on your week visiting relatives, left Wedn.-sday SO come in and see us. Don't vacation. Then on'll face next for Ottawa. Ont.. where they will el- winter with an automaieally con- it their sister, Mrs. Mason. Thomas Flood of Minneapolis was trolled heating plant which will a caller In town Friday. BETTER REPLACE IT! The tread'It get* deliver heat evenly all over the Mrs. George Stone sent Tuesday tins pretty mooth! Not much left house, with mtnimun fluctuations t Oonwav with ler daughter, Mrs. there, between you and trouble[ And in temperature. Just telephone. Wallace Burrts. you're driving more these days .... week- Mrs. O, A. Berg and son. Jlmmle ,:, end tril . . . drives into the country! Mekinoek returned to telr home o Why take a chanc on spoiling piquant Knutson & Son Monday, after spending the wek-en'l Itummerholidayawhenwe'reofferlng, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lohse, much for your old rubber? Miss Rachel Curry arrived home Phone 1107 Park River from Langdon. where she spent the past two weeks. NltltlNIttNURIItlNINNNtlIlIIINt',iltlI! Mrs. Win. ShibleY of Gllby is spend- Tills IS THE TIRE YOU GETI Erere it = , = lIt . the famous Silvertown. Stretch- f..O matched cord construction.., thorough 7----"-- curing by the famous Goodrich water- cure Process . . . and real traction on ngl e--'e ,, O'Brien & the urne tire, only more of it. CONFECTIONERY " Goodrich $iiverfow Cigars.lgarettes. Tobaeco. SoftDrinks PARKE TIRE SERVIC All leading Magazines and Sunday Papers Park River, N.D. V.T. Parke, Proprietor Park River I I I III I