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Locals and Mrs. Joseph Geston of visited aL the home of I:: nd Mrs. Ivan Spornitz on Saturday. Miss Elsie Lindgren left Sunday for Grand Forks where she had an oper- ation for appendicitis performed by Dr. Campbell on Monday. She is re- ported to be getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Driscoll and daughter Margaret of Crookston and Mary Driscoll of Grafton were guests of Mrs. J. P. Birdez' on Sunday farther Corry of Grafton and Fath- er Field of Starkther were guests of Father McGee the first of the week. : " Mr.'-and Mrs. Dan Leei-of--MinK- eapolis arrived Friday and are guests • of Mrs. Leek's mother. Mrs. Magoon. Mrs. C P. O'Brien attended the Alpha Phi Alumni picnic and reunion h.d at Riverside Park Gland Forks Monday afternoon. C. F. Harris and Sig Oen attended the Rural Mail Carrie2s convention ,tt Devils Itke Friday and Saturday of last week. Sheriff David Johnson of Graften was a caller in town Tuesday on his way to Fairdale on official business. Gee. McIntyre a former resident of Latona Township wins visiting hi: mother and other relatives here due- Ing the past week. C. D. Nelson representative of the Cities Service Oil Cmnpany was loor- Ing after his company's interests hero 'uesday. Miss Ruth Ferguson left Friday for New Tax Supervisor Attorney M. L. McBride. Dickinson. whose appointment as tax supervisor for the sixth judicial district was an-. nounced this week by Iver Acker. state tax commissioner. Begins Operations Work of raising mink, badger' cons, silver fox, rabbits . and chln- cillas has been begun on the Farg91 Fur farm, newly organized and locat- ed on tile Sheyenne river on a trac known as the Sheyenne park.  Oppose New Ti me i Dissatisfaction with the new time law which placed the western part of the state on centr,l standard time In-' stead of the mountain time. which had formerly been in use, is general in the vicinity of :[ildeer. according to an article in the Klildee˘ Herald. Farmers ,especially are reported as disliking the law. They state tha˘ they cannot get to work any earlier since hey go by the sun. Noon cons- ing early puts both horses and men in the field during the hottest part (,," the day. WALSH COUNTY PRESS t Memorlal Tables Arrive I TWO bronze name plates for the Soxlle Memorial bridge have been re- ceived at Grand Forks and will .'e placed at either end of the completed structure. The plates are 24 by 2 t inches and are heavy bronze. Thelr inscription is , follows: "Arthur MARRIAGE LICENSE July 15--Marriage license issued re Harold Edward Korfhag, e of the City of Grafton. N. D. and Miss Alma Gee- line Tverberg of Grafton Townshi;. Walsh County, N. D. Converse Will Be Income Tax Deputy C. C. Converse. former state tax commissioner during the administra- tion of Governor R. A. Nestos, arrive':[ in Bismarck to take up the duties f income tax deputy in the office of tlle tax commissioner, it was announc.d by Iver Aek,er. commissioner. Since serving as tax commissioner. Con. verse has been connected with Feder- al Land Bank ot St. Paul al]d hax lracticed law. Holds Conference Goernor Sharer of North Dakota wa a caller at the White Hous Mineapolls after a two weeks visit at where he conferre:l briefly with Pre. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sident Hoover. The discussion Gov- J. J. Ferguson. l ernor Sharer said, dealt in general I with farm problems and the grain Ir. and Mrs. E. J. TalnCor return-1 ...... marze muauon f Sunday from Grand Forks. i Margaret Cameron returned Wednesday from Grand Forks where e spent a week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maher. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Vorachek spent day in Devils Lake. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Olson. Earl an1 Donna Marie were guests of friends Lake Sunday. and Mrs. J. Albert Ferguson | daughter motored to Grand to visit relatives. returned home Sundah,. Harry letcher and his eight piece Graden dance band wil! r t Park River Monday, July 29. is one of the het dance bands lh state and Park Rtwr Is lucky to of the best dance band play This band plays at all big pa- hll rooms and state fairs Come and hear Harry sing an the be:t band in the state. Plow Harr of Wo0dworth Stt/ts, county lost her life as a result of thrown off the plow an1 plow share while her father's team when Hail Insurance Unfavorable State hail insurance is meeting with little fav,)r among farmers and land owners according to the amount of land being withdrawn. In Grand -Forks county 90 per cent of all lan(1 listed has been withdrawn, which "s two percent more than was with- drawn last year. BUSINE88 LOCAL8 Rasberries at half price. We take orders for large amounts. Dale's Casn Sloe. Here's something you've been waiL- ing for--Winchester shells at the usual Gamble savings. 12 gauge repeatec 98c per box--Ranger 75c box. in case lots. Whm investing money: the first point to consider--Is it safe---Second --Earning Power--Chain store 6locks have been safe. Gamble Stores 7 per cent nonassessable pceferred stock i, 9 safe investment. 434 Stinson Blvd. M inneapolia. Here's a chance for savingFor thirty days--Lower prices in practi- cally all departnlents: Many of our n customers have already taken ad FOR SALE---I pair of young hrses, one milk cow. Bert Vavorovsky, two and one-half miles south and three miles east of Pisek. 14-3t FOR SALE---A good running for sale cheap. Lankin. N. D. Guhtav Sorlie, April 26, 1874--August t 28, 1928, governOr of North Dakota t and chai,-man of the state highway commission from January 1925 untd his death. Resident of Grand ForkJl since 1903. M, ember of the city coun- I cil from 1909 to 1914, A true friend to beret roads and bridges." Protests Against New Rulings Officials of Devils Lake are protes-[ ling against tile proposed federal new ruling with respec to Indian af- fairs which would put the red me' on their own resources, because it :s feared in such cac many many of the Indians will become public chargc and a burden upon tile localities where they reside. Minot Man Killed Harry Klimpel, employed a a farm southeast of Minot. was killed when a tractor he was operating ran Over his head. The accident is thought .) have occurred while Klimpel was at- tempting to adjust something on the machine while it was movlng. WANT ADS FOR SALE A Buick 4 in first Cla.s condition. Has run abou 8,00 miles. A very good buy. Henry An- derson, Park River. N.D. 153t FOR SALE Several good dra f, horses. Will Flint. Phone 55. Park River. FOE SALE OR TRADE Complete Rumley Separator. run abou˘ 30 days. Will consider cattle or sheep in trade. H. S. Oen. Park River. N. Dak. 133t p FOR SALE Fine walnut bungalow piam with bench, in this vicinity which must be sold due to fact pu;.. chaser cannot pay for same. This instrument will be sold for balance due for each or at monthly install- ments. Wonderful bargain to re- liable party. Write I. J. Hitchcock 175 No. Michigan Ave.. Chicago, Ill, for particars llIt t i I i i i ! i i FRIDAY SPECI00 Ladies Smocks, Long Sleeves Sleevless, Special Friday q each  - Ladies Chemise and Step- l Ins, Special Friday, each Silk Dresses, Ladies Each $2. Fashion Sho Park River RIVE Welcomes You To The GRAND OP E NIN OF THE Golden Valley Crea[ Ill i i ! in the City Park | ! i AFTERNOON PROGRA00 | in the City Park for lunch. She was 13 years or vantage of this sale--Gamble Stores | | rto ! !, "*÷"*",÷::€€::,:˘€,€::€,€**,.* BAND CONCERT, by Seven Bands SPEECH BY HON. E, J. TAINTOR FINNESETH'S  partlcipatlnli In the North East : District BAND TOURNAMENT. - [ Speech By OLGER B. BURTNESS • :." | ! ! Conltressman fromflrst N. D. Dist. Special Peaches ""°" ,o. rea. 23C Tre-Ripe. Cam ..................... . CO Ninesola Pride 25C rl Sweet Corn, 2 Cans ................ Salmo .i.i po..., 23 i Fiat Tins, for ...................... C Bonie May Sa.dwioh Sp--. 25C Rice Krispies An..,re ems 15 1 package of each far _ C Soap .... ,,a's w, ap,ha 39c 10 Imea ............................ ,@ Nectar ,.,, R. Fruit Nectar far ., bottle .............. _. ..... 29C Matches o .,.e T,.s, Carton of , . .es ...................... 24e i Each Band will play their own i i selections and all Bands will play in one Mass Band. i | A committee representinl bus|. I i ness men of Park River will award | ! i prizes for the best Musical Perfor- i mances- i | | ! i i i i ! Speech; Hon. JOSEPH KITCHEN State Comm. of Adrictural & Labor Speech By HON. GERALD P. NYE U. S. Senator for North Dakota BAND SELECTIONS after each speaker. PRIZES TO FARHERS BRINGING IN CREAH TO CREAHERY ON THE OPENING First Prize, Highest Test SweetCream, 8- gal. New Alantic Cream Can. Second Prize, Largest Quantity of Cream, ! 5.gal, New Atlantic Cream Can. Third Prize, to farmer coming longest ante with cream, 1 new cow bell and strP Highest Testing of any can Fourth Prize, cream, 1 Dairy Thermometer.  AUCTION SALE of first pound of but.ter made. Prepare to bid. FREE COFFEE | fo,,..,, ,e..,. I -r- ; ==neciale'C I --. = All .You Can Drmk Free (Butter milk) the City Park at6 I I Fcy Pi uq es, lSaIs, roadcloths and prints. I  ...... -----'-'": ................ : - i 50e values for  lr _ n..-.... I THE I. C. ASSEMBLY HALL _ nm__  . i .. 39C.e, I big I/ilIIUC mUSIC BY CASEY'5 ENTERTAINERS m J ne r.ve,j i I nd hls In I i I p,,.-. mmm" shad- _ _ I "' .__1 All Day Frl_day, J A FINNESETH CO. ' • The ig'-nire ,ele Is Held Under The: es Of Tb !! • | • Quality Mereh;:::s:3a;RightPrlees Park River Civic & Community CI Locals and Mrs. Joseph Geston of visited aL the home of I:: nd Mrs. Ivan Spornitz on Saturday. Miss Elsie Lindgren left Sunday for Grand Forks where she had an oper- ation for appendicitis performed by Dr. Campbell on Monday. She is re- ported to be getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Driscoll and daughter Margaret of Crookston and Mary Driscoll of Grafton were guests of Mrs. J. P. Birdez' on Sunday farther Corry of Grafton and Fath- er Field of Starkther were guests of Father McGee the first of the week. : " Mr.'-and Mrs. Dan Leei-of--MinK- eapolis arrived Friday and are guests • of Mrs. Leek's mother. Mrs. Magoon. Mrs. C P. O'Brien attended the Alpha Phi Alumni picnic and reunion h.d at Riverside Park Gland Forks Monday afternoon. C. F. Harris and Sig Oen attended the Rural Mail Carrie2s convention ,tt Devils Itke Friday and Saturday of last week. Sheriff David Johnson of Graften was a caller in town Tuesday on his way to Fairdale on official business. Gee. McIntyre a former resident of Latona Township wins visiting hi: mother and other relatives here due- Ing the past week. C. D. Nelson representative of the Cities Service Oil Cmnpany was loor- Ing after his company's interests hero 'uesday. Miss Ruth Ferguson left Friday for New Tax Supervisor Attorney M. L. McBride. Dickinson. whose appointment as tax supervisor for the sixth judicial district was an-. nounced this week by Iver Acker. state tax commissioner. Begins Operations Work of raising mink, badger' cons, silver fox, rabbits . and chln- cillas has been begun on the Farg91 Fur farm, newly organized and locat- ed on tile Sheyenne river on a trac known as the Sheyenne park.  Oppose New Ti me i Dissatisfaction with the new time law which placed the western part of the state on centr,l standard time In-' stead of the mountain time. which had formerly been in use, is general in the vicinity of :[ildeer. according to an article in the Klildee˘ Herald. Farmers ,especially are reported as disliking the law. They state tha˘ they cannot get to work any earlier since hey go by the sun. Noon cons- ing early puts both horses and men in the field during the hottest part (,," the day. WALSH COUNTY PRESS t Memorlal Tables Arrive I TWO bronze name plates for the Soxlle Memorial bridge have been re- ceived at Grand Forks and will .'e placed at either end of the completed structure. The plates are 24 by 2 t inches and are heavy bronze. Thelr inscription is , follows: "Arthur MARRIAGE LICENSE July 15--Marriage license issued re Harold Edward Korfhag, e of the City of Grafton. N. D. and Miss Alma Gee- line Tverberg of Grafton Townshi;. Walsh County, N. D. Converse Will Be Income Tax Deputy C. C. Converse. former state tax commissioner during the administra- tion of Governor R. A. Nestos, arrive':[ in Bismarck to take up the duties f income tax deputy in the office of tlle tax commissioner, it was announc.d by Iver Aek,er. commissioner. Since serving as tax commissioner. Con. verse has been connected with Feder- al Land Bank ot St. Paul al]d hax lracticed law. Holds Conference Goernor Sharer of North Dakota wa a caller at the White Hous Mineapolls after a two weeks visit at where he conferre:l briefly with Pre. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sident Hoover. The discussion Gov- J. J. Ferguson. l ernor Sharer said, dealt in general I with farm problems and the grain Ir. and Mrs. E. J. TalnCor return-1 ...... marze muauon f Sunday from Grand Forks. i Margaret Cameron returned Wednesday from Grand Forks where e spent a week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maher. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Vorachek spent day in Devils Lake. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Olson. Earl an1 Donna Marie were guests of friends Lake Sunday. and Mrs. J. Albert Ferguson | daughter motored to Grand to visit relatives. returned home Sundah,. Harry letcher and his eight piece Graden dance band wil! r t Park River Monday, July 29. is one of the het dance bands lh state and Park Rtwr Is lucky to of the best dance band play This band plays at all big pa- hll rooms and state fairs Come and hear Harry sing an the be:t band in the state. Plow Harr of Wo0dworth Stt/ts, county lost her life as a result of thrown off the plow an1 plow share while her father's team when Hail Insurance Unfavorable State hail insurance is meeting with little fav,)r among farmers and land owners according to the amount of land being withdrawn. In Grand -Forks county 90 per cent of all lan(1 listed has been withdrawn, which "s two percent more than was with- drawn last year. BUSINE88 LOCAL8 Rasberries at half price. We take orders for large amounts. Dale's Casn Sloe. Here's something you've been waiL- ing for--Winchester shells at the usual Gamble savings. 12 gauge repeatec 98c per box--Ranger 75c box. in case lots. Whm investing money: the first point to consider--Is it safe---Second --Earning Power--Chain store 6locks have been safe. Gamble Stores 7 per cent nonassessable pceferred stock i, 9 safe investment. 434 Stinson Blvd. M inneapolia. Here's a chance for savingFor thirty days--Lower prices in practi- cally all departnlents: Many of our n customers have already taken ad FOR SALE---I pair of young hrses, one milk cow. Bert Vavorovsky, two and one-half miles south and three miles east of Pisek. 14-3t FOR SALE---A good running for sale cheap. Lankin. N. D. Guhtav Sorlie, April 26, 1874--August t 28, 1928, governOr of North Dakota t and chai,-man of the state highway commission from January 1925 untd his death. Resident of Grand ForkJl since 1903. M, ember of the city coun- I cil from 1909 to 1914, A true friend to beret roads and bridges." Protests Against New Rulings Officials of Devils Lake are protes-[ ling against tile proposed federal new ruling with respec to Indian af- fairs which would put the red me' on their own resources, because it :s feared in such cac many many of the Indians will become public chargc and a burden upon tile localities where they reside. Minot Man Killed Harry Klimpel, employed a a farm southeast of Minot. was killed when a tractor he was operating ran Over his head. The accident is thought .) have occurred while Klimpel was at- tempting to adjust something on the machine while it was movlng. WANT ADS FOR SALE A Buick 4 in first Cla.s condition. Has run abou 8,00 miles. A very good buy. Henry An- derson, Park River. N.D. 153t FOR SALE Several good dra f, horses. Will Flint. Phone 55. Park River. FOE SALE OR TRADE Complete Rumley Separator. run abou˘ 30 days. Will consider cattle or sheep in trade. H. S. Oen. Park River. N. Dak. 133t p FOR SALE Fine walnut bungalow piam with bench, in this vicinity which must be sold due to fact pu;.. chaser cannot pay for same. This instrument will be sold for balance due for each or at monthly install- ments. Wonderful bargain to re- liable party. Write I. J. Hitchcock 175 No. Michigan Ave.. Chicago, Ill, for particars llIt t i I i i i ! i i FRIDAY SPECI00 Ladies Smocks, Long Sleeves Sleevless, Special Friday q each  - Ladies Chemise and Step- l Ins, Special Friday, each Silk Dresses, Ladies Each $2. Fashion Sho Park River RIVE Welcomes You To The GRAND OP E NIN OF THE Golden Valley Crea[ Ill i i ! in the City Park | ! i AFTERNOON PROGRA00 | in the City Park for lunch. She was 13 years or vantage of this sale--Gamble Stores | | rto ! !, "*÷"*",÷::€€::,:˘€,€::€,€**,.* BAND CONCERT, by Seven Bands SPEECH BY HON. E, J. TAINTOR FINNESETH'S  partlcipatlnli In the North East : District BAND TOURNAMENT. - [ Speech By OLGER B. BURTNESS • :." | ! ! Conltressman fromflrst N. D. Dist. Special Peaches ""°" ,o. rea. 23C Tre-Ripe. Cam ..................... . CO Ninesola Pride 25C rl Sweet Corn, 2 Cans ................ Salmo .i.i po..., 23 i Fiat Tins, for ...................... C Bonie May Sa.dwioh Sp--. 25C Rice Krispies An..,re ems 15 1 package of each far _ C Soap .... ,,a's w, ap,ha 39c 10 Imea ............................ ,@ Nectar ,.,, R. Fruit Nectar far ., bottle .............. _. ..... 29C Matches o .,.e T,.s, Carton of , . .es ...................... 24e i Each Band will play their own i i selections and all Bands will play in one Mass Band. i | A committee representinl bus|. I i ness men of Park River will award | ! i prizes for the best Musical Perfor- i mances- i | | ! i i i i ! Speech; Hon. JOSEPH KITCHEN State Comm. of Adrictural & Labor Speech By HON. GERALD P. NYE U. S. Senator for North Dakota BAND SELECTIONS after each speaker. PRIZES TO FARHERS BRINGING IN CREAH TO CREAHERY ON THE OPENING First Prize, Highest Test SweetCream, 8- gal. New Alantic Cream Can. Second Prize, Largest Quantity of Cream, ! 5.gal, New Atlantic Cream Can. Third Prize, to farmer coming longest ante with cream, 1 new cow bell and strP Highest Testing of any can Fourth Prize, cream, 1 Dairy Thermometer.  AUCTION SALE of first pound of but.ter made. Prepare to bid. FREE COFFEE | fo,,..,, ,e..,. I -r- ; ==neciale'C I --. = All .You Can Drmk Free (Butter milk) the City Park at6 I I Fcy Pi uq es, lSaIs, roadcloths and prints. I  ...... -----'-'": ................ : - i 50e values for  lr _ n..-.... I THE I. C. ASSEMBLY HALL _ nm__  . i .. 39C.e, I big I/ilIIUC mUSIC BY CASEY'5 ENTERTAINERS m J ne r.ve,j i I nd hls In I i I p,,.-. mmm" shad- _ _ I "' .__1 All Day Frl_day, J A FINNESETH CO. ' • The ig'-nire ,ele Is Held Under The: es Of Tb !! • | • Quality Mereh;:::s:3a;RightPrlees Park River Civic & Community CI Locals and Mrs. Joseph Geston of visited aL the home of I:: nd Mrs. Ivan Spornitz on Saturday. Miss Elsie Lindgren left Sunday for Grand Forks where she had an oper- ation for appendicitis performed by Dr. Campbell on Monday. She is re- ported to be getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Driscoll and daughter Margaret of Crookston and Mary Driscoll of Grafton were guests of Mrs. J. P. Birdez' on Sunday farther Corry of Grafton and Fath- er Field of Starkther were guests of Father McGee the first of the week. : " Mr.'-and Mrs. Dan Leei-of--MinK- eapolis arrived Friday and are guests • of Mrs. Leek's mother. Mrs. Magoon. Mrs. C P. O'Brien attended the Alpha Phi Alumni picnic and reunion h.d at Riverside Park Gland Forks Monday afternoon. C. F. Harris and Sig Oen attended the Rural Mail Carrie2s convention ,tt Devils Itke Friday and Saturday of last week. Sheriff David Johnson of Graften was a caller in town Tuesday on his way to Fairdale on official business. Gee. McIntyre a former resident of Latona Township wins visiting hi: mother and other relatives here due- Ing the past week. C. D. Nelson representative of the Cities Service Oil Cmnpany was loor- Ing after his company's interests hero 'uesday. Miss Ruth Ferguson left Friday for New Tax Supervisor Attorney M. L. McBride. Dickinson. whose appointment as tax supervisor for the sixth judicial district was an-. nounced this week by Iver Acker. state tax commissioner. Begins Operations Work of raising mink, badger' cons, silver fox, rabbits . and chln- cillas has been begun on the Farg91 Fur farm, newly organized and locat- ed on tile Sheyenne river on a trac known as the Sheyenne park.  Oppose New Ti me i Dissatisfaction with the new time law which placed the western part of the state on centr,l standard time In-' stead of the mountain time. which had formerly been in use, is general in the vicinity of :[ildeer. according to an article in the Klildee˘ Herald. Farmers ,especially are reported as disliking the law. They state tha˘ they cannot get to work any earlier since hey go by the sun. Noon cons- ing early puts both horses and men in the field during the hottest part (,," the day. WALSH COUNTY PRESS t Memorlal Tables Arrive I TWO bronze name plates for the Soxlle Memorial bridge have been re- ceived at Grand Forks and will .'e placed at either end of the completed structure. The plates are 24 by 2 t inches and are heavy bronze. Thelr inscription is , follows: "Arthur MARRIAGE LICENSE July 15--Marriage license issued re Harold Edward Korfhag, e of the City of Grafton. N. D. and Miss Alma Gee- line Tverberg of Grafton Townshi;. Walsh County, N. D. Converse Will Be Income Tax Deputy C. C. Converse. former state tax commissioner during the administra- tion of Governor R. A. Nestos, arrive':[ in Bismarck to take up the duties f income tax deputy in the office of tlle tax commissioner, it was announc.d by Iver Aek,er. commissioner. Since serving as tax commissioner. Con. verse has been connected with Feder- al Land Bank ot St. Paul al]d hax lracticed law. Holds Conference Goernor Sharer of North Dakota wa a caller at the White Hous Mineapolls after a two weeks visit at where he conferre:l briefly with Pre. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. sident Hoover. The discussion Gov- J. J. Ferguson. l ernor Sharer said, dealt in general I with farm problems and the grain Ir. and Mrs. E. J. TalnCor return-1 ...... marze muauon f Sunday from Grand Forks. i Margaret Cameron returned Wednesday from Grand Forks where e spent a week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Maher. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Vorachek spent day in Devils Lake. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Olson. Earl an1 Donna Marie were guests of friends Lake Sunday. and Mrs. J. Albert Ferguson | daughter motored to Grand to visit relatives. returned home Sundah,. Harry letcher and his eight piece Graden dance band wil! r t Park River Monday, July 29. is one of the het dance bands lh state and Park Rtwr Is lucky to of the best dance band play This band plays at all big pa- hll rooms and state fairs Come and hear Harry sing an the be:t band in the state. Plow Harr of Wo0dworth Stt/ts, county lost her life as a result of thrown off the plow an1 plow share while her father's team when Hail Insurance Unfavorable State hail insurance is meeting with little fav,)r among farmers and land owners according to the amount of land being withdrawn. In Grand -Forks county 90 per cent of all lan(1 listed has been withdrawn, which "s two percent more than was with- drawn last year. BUSINE88 LOCAL8 Rasberries at half price. We take orders for large amounts. Dale's Casn Sloe. Here's something you've been waiL- ing for--Winchester shells at the usual Gamble savings. 12 gauge repeatec 98c per box--Ranger 75c box. in case lots. Whm investing money: the first point to consider--Is it safe---Second --Earning Power--Chain store 6locks have been safe. Gamble Stores 7 per cent nonassessable pceferred stock i, 9 safe investment. 434 Stinson Blvd. M inneapolia. Here's a chance for savingFor thirty days--Lower prices in practi- cally all departnlents: Many of our n customers have already taken ad FOR SALE---I pair of young hrses, one milk cow. Bert Vavorovsky, two and one-half miles south and three miles east of Pisek. 14-3t FOR SALE---A good running for sale cheap. Lankin. N. D. Guhtav Sorlie, April 26, 1874--August t 28, 1928, governOr of North Dakota t and chai,-man of the state highway commission from January 1925 untd his death. Resident of Grand ForkJl since 1903. M, ember of the city coun- I cil from 1909 to 1914, A true friend to beret roads and bridges." Protests Against New Rulings Officials of Devils Lake are protes-[ ling against tile proposed federal new ruling with respec to Indian af- fairs which would put the red me' on their own resources, because it :s feared in such cac many many of the Indians will become public chargc and a burden upon tile localities where they reside. Minot Man Killed Harry Klimpel, employed a a farm southeast of Minot. was killed when a tractor he was operating ran Over his head. The accident is thought .) have occurred while Klimpel was at- tempting to adjust something on the machine while it was movlng. WANT ADS FOR SALE A Buick 4 in first Cla.s condition. Has run abou 8,00 miles. A very good buy. Henry An- derson, Park River. N.D. 153t FOR SALE Several good dra f, horses. Will Flint. Phone 55. Park River. FOE SALE OR TRADE Complete Rumley Separator. run abou˘ 30 days. Will consider cattle or sheep in trade. H. S. Oen. Park River. N. Dak. 133t p FOR SALE Fine walnut bungalow piam with bench, in this vicinity which must be sold due to fact pu;.. chaser cannot pay for same. This instrument will be sold for balance due for each or at monthly install- ments. Wonderful bargain to re- liable party. Write I. J. Hitchcock 175 No. Michigan Ave.. Chicago, Ill, for particars llIt t i I i i i ! i i FRIDAY SPECI00 Ladies Smocks, Long Sleeves Sleevless, Special Friday q each  - Ladies Chemise and Step- l Ins, Special Friday, each Silk Dresses, Ladies Each $2. Fashion Sho Park River RIVE Welcomes You To The GRAND OP E NIN OF THE Golden Valley Crea[ Ill i i ! in the City Park | ! i AFTERNOON PROGRA00 | in the City Park for lunch. She was 13 years or vantage of this sale--Gamble Stores | | rto ! !, "*÷"*",÷::€€::,:˘€,€::€,€**,.* BAND CONCERT, by Seven Bands SPEECH BY HON. E, J. TAINTOR FINNESETH'S  partlcipatlnli In the North East : District BAND TOURNAMENT. - [ Speech By OLGER B. BURTNESS • :." | ! ! Conltressman fromflrst N. D. Dist. Special Peaches ""°" ,o. rea. 23C Tre-Ripe. Cam ..................... . CO Ninesola Pride 25C rl Sweet Corn, 2 Cans ................ Salmo .i.i po..., 23 i Fiat Tins, for ...................... C Bonie May Sa.dwioh Sp--. 25C Rice Krispies An..,re ems 15 1 package of each far _ C Soap .... ,,a's w, ap,ha 39c 10 Imea ............................ ,@ Nectar ,.,, R. Fruit Nectar far ., bottle .............. _. ..... 29C Matches o .,.e T,.s, Carton of , . .es ...................... 24e i Each Band will play their own i i selections and all Bands will play in one Mass Band. i | A committee representinl bus|. I i ness men of Park River will award | ! i prizes for the best Musical Perfor- i mances- i | | ! i i i i ! Speech; Hon. JOSEPH KITCHEN State Comm. of Adrictural & Labor Speech By HON. GERALD P. NYE U. S. Senator for North Dakota BAND SELECTIONS after each speaker. PRIZES TO FARHERS BRINGING IN CREAH TO CREAHERY ON THE OPENING First Prize, Highest Test SweetCream, 8- gal. New Alantic Cream Can. Second Prize, Largest Quantity of Cream, ! 5.gal, New Atlantic Cream Can. Third Prize, to farmer coming longest ante with cream, 1 new cow bell and strP Highest Testing of any can Fourth Prize, cream, 1 Dairy Thermometer.  AUCTION SALE of first pound of but.ter made. Prepare to bid. FREE COFFEE | fo,,..,, ,e..,. I -r- ; ==neciale'C I --. = All .You Can Drmk Free (Butter milk) the City Park at6 I I Fcy Pi uq es, lSaIs, roadcloths and prints. I  ...... -----'-'": ................ : - i 50e values for  lr _ n..-.... I THE I. C. ASSEMBLY HALL _ rim__  . i .. 39C.e, I big I/ilIIUC mUSIC BY CASEY'5 ENTERTAINERS m J ne r.ve,j i I nd hls In I i I p,,.-. mmm" shad- _ _ I "' .__1 All Day Frl_day, J A FINNESETH CO. ' • The ig'-nire ,ele Is Held Under The: es Of Tb !! • | • Quality Mereh;:::s:3a;RightPrlees Park River Civic & Community CI