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__ i +ore. ,,! STATE NEWS Rev, C. J. Eastwold, father of Re&apos;. ? Votive. who has been Joseph Eastwold of our Mounta:n last month in Iowa, Wednesday. She also Lutheran church, died at hm home ,u i St. Paul. Ft Paul, at the age of 66. Rev. C. o_ . ....... - ....... SOn Adolph, daugi]- Eatwo!d was known by a number I I hold returned to his home. obtaine peop!e of Adam'5 who were sorrY to First Indiau Aviator al Rev. Father Peters wer- hea of his death. Funeral service:, Edward Hunter of Fort Totten, is $1.700 of his own money and borrow- Callers Thursday morning, were held in St. Paul and interment qualifying .to become the first full- ed $1 000 more. He left the money blooded Indian aviator of the north- with the strangers in the hotel room t Is of Park River was a at Northfield, Minn. in Lankin Thursday. Florence McLean and Edna McL '. west. Hunt is 19 and wa left an or- and came out with a $12,000 draft, motored to Graul who are attending summer school a phan some years ago. Havlug corn- which he later found was drawn on a on business for the Va]ley City spend the week end witl p'etedindian SchooLthe courSehe isatobligedthe Wahpet,)rto wet. bankGroupthatto Honordid hOlT. exist.May i GOC Oil company while Mrs 9v.it home folks. A memorial meeting in honor o; vlslted relative at Ford- Johnnie Wiste of Lankin visited ,t his way through the North Dakotx ' Dollar's School of Science at Wahpeton where Samuel T. May, late president of the his absence. They cam the Melvin McLean farm last Thuro. he is taking the aviation course ea Dickinson normal school, will be con- I MolMay, day. tablished there in the fall cf 1923. ducted August 1. A bronze tablc, t t r, 1 Mrs. Fred Novak cute-- -- Hunt belongs to that warlike Sioux bearing the name of the lae prem- t Do.v aalo f.rther.the rood.O dcanro Tour, theh" home near Lankin ou 3 5 evening Rev. Fathm FOREST RIVER NEWS tribe, who were still on the warpatb' dent. will be pleced on the newly o,,w. within the. memory of many of the' completed min building of th." opport.nsty to,,e. ald Mrs. Edward Sobohl Mlr. and Mrs. Will Shrank and northwest's pioneers. He is an all-school at the memorial exercises _..m6cOKl , arid Mr:;. John Harysi. daughter of Grafton were callers a around athlete, and a baseball pltcho: I which are expected to be attended by q d Mr% John Novak an'l the H. B. Walren home Sund,W with few equals in this section, pioneers, public officials and gradu" Slltjoft .............. l'0en " Plek -ere Sunday guests evening. Grand Forks Airport of Entry ales of the school, o ..... " ........... 11e APg  ....... Harejsi home. 1 Fiends and B. A. Vassv.u were Stating that his department w: 25 Tems in Meet t giErc" :$d Btl ' _ llq ......... ...........  us   of folks from Lan+ Gt alton vis vmrs Thursday aft,ernoon. 1 anxious to designate an airport "I f The Grand Fo r 1 11 :. --.t -'lesto' ........................ I tab   the movies in Park -'+ - -- "---e attended the et,trv in this territory. John Grov .s association ns re. - ..h4 Sall ILOI : bot rffdav I A numoer from. ,,-, I ....   ,h atrwav bulletin divisioui.l River Valley tournamen "_-'7"'" " tlo. "  . rand Forms. c ............ t -- earns from rortn. _ .a ' ' Palm and son James,] fa.r at  .... ,,or Bliz and daugh- of the department of commerce, h,wil I be open to t i *$ __,,d ......... by her " w: Mr ana  ........... rl d iFTktDeta .and Minnesota The tourna ! ,.1117 'e',.,,dl 10  ean of Chicago arrived Monday, written to E. L. Llum, G n " " ', and Mrs. M. Nelsonhrther-m-la ....... ter -at the home of Mrs. city engineer, for more lnfo m t on .., merit will. open Augu? 17"a aj t d : 1 1" "1t1 LII 1'1 t" --.lql. ffll Minn., came back ou] an.el, vn__ .v r as W H. Johnston. the improvements made on the meat least 25 teams are eve .... r ..-- c.lk  *-- r a week,s visit at Glasgow, BhxS mu,, ......... This strengthens the bell,[ reprented. 1 o  _._, relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. Watson spent a coup'e airport. Uha Mrs. Nelson visited at the oP. days at Grand Forks this week. entertained locally that Grand Forks Rugby Farmers Buy Station -  P over Sunday. They were accompanied home ,Y will be designated as an irport ti The Rugby Fmers' Union Oil ------ 27 e Of fhe picnic at the Mrs" Stmnley who will visit here for entry for air travel acros the Cu+ company has purchased the bulk+i, " SO 3-- Sr., farm a week ago a couple of weeks. ' adieu boundry. , station nd trucks belonging to Joha* Bei. ot o. $10  the benefit of St. Jos- Mis Lure and Esther McBrid 'Tomato .) * amounted to $183.02, autoed to Grand Forks Friday to[New Bridge Near Completion I Kellesvig. Caspeer Saterlie will be & The new bridge across the Red River th e new nmnager for the union. I ........... f .... visit their brother for a f.w_d.ays., of the North at DeMers avenue, ]M[[[i[H![I[[[[IIII[I[]II[]I[![][[[[[[[[[[H[[[[[[[[[[!i Kellogg S Fl+ce Krispie$ 21c Used fo .=pa,+ ....... I . nd Mrs Ernie McMtilen -t Grand Forks, which has been names  ana around the chure'.l  ...... . ." ,... oar ThUrsaay E. m to. Of members of St. Joseph's I Chicago arrivers :uen a couple o1: Soa'lle Memorial Bridge, is expectea International to be ready for traffic September 1st, ..ro,c..-c.. o.,.- COld another and final out evening an ...... Puritan Mt Symp ........................................  59e season at the Clem Ze- months visiting relatives, land the entire zite cleaned up by Augus 4. mus'e-i Miss Sadie Gillispie and V+ra Fer-iseptember 15th. according to R. IX,. Furnace old and young a,-+ +"++ a.d J A. n+rri+ of park mve:, ..- Hospitali 1It Syrup .............................. " 490 The ladies in charge visited at the H. L. Lohse home Sun-iVan Pc!ten, cesident engineer. at Benedaq were Me,- day. They were eeompnied hontc Auto Crashes into Field Ncvak. Fred Nova<, by Mrs t-rarri, who had soend.  fev cmingWith theoff rimhisof hands,his steeringan exit%Iwheel, __ l.apa.oat Geve , +r... .................... - 45o Jr.. John Harej'A, da': at the Loh::e hme. 1 driv,:r found his machine cwoming X Lt)"HIGIi "rLhr' Eoerated . - 10 through a grain field just east of Ca- Sr., and Chrly ChUa .> W J orw'i ert,-rd o:  Did ou Enjoy Heatind t:) ......... .,,n, rington last wee'+:+ He st'5,)ed the carl Mrs. Agustine Zeman o, 't?hur'dav afrerncn honor of M':. Comfort Last Winter? CR'O+ .,,,,,,,a,:+a;". ............. t:l 270 o,+ +,+, ..... ++_ ..,,o, ,00 ,o. ,,,o BORA 15o Vcere guests at the horn .......... "" , warn ..... , r ok- you have all the comfort, t .? [Ja it for Iceh+z " t ntz- " ' convenience and economy of rafli- - ......... pmrents, Mr. an in p'a\\;'i bridge, tttgh sco.+e ,_ fie:d and called out a garag re Did L o::,, ...... lb. pkg. .ot, by Mrs. Harold Woods+ T e - i'Y e,'eW ta take ha. machmo _q k t I 1. Sunday. 1 . a delicious lunch at rive " [" : ' I te<s served - t : gon. ator heat in your home? If you With a crew of men * , -zlcr, om -to  mszr the basement of the o'clock. arid doing other repair Miss Eva Spa'ulding of Minot at-IAks Chautauqua I didn'tnow is the time to cotmlder BiackFiag Liquid _ the church grounds, kr;v, T:dy evening and is visiting Dunn Center eitizen were so well changing over your heating pistil ........ pint n s. John Pivee of Veer- at the home of Mr, and Mrs. A O pleased with their chatauqua whic: to the really modern and con- s [closed recently, that they sly=cod a I content system. The change can and their son-in-law a -; Fosn'ess. Ivor So ......................... 1 mli-,,, ge, and Mrs. Sefcik ur Mrs. H. A. Lohse and childrn.[ court, act for n,ext year without hesl 3   and Mrs John teflon, be made tt you convenience-- , and Mrs. Vesley Page I:en and Marvin, '"  perhaps while you're away on your came to Lankin Sat- Harris nutoed to the Forks Saturday Leaves for Edison Test Chipso, ,,ok s.." ........................ ,  vacation. Then ou'll face next  Ba Bld, hU7 Soap" ' a visit at the John Lapt and spent the day. I Loui O'Brien, North Dakota's eau-[ left Monday for PaV. Art Yon is laid up this week. While l didate for "the Edison scholarship, left winter With an automaUeally con- : ainting a coal shed in Alverado he W$,hpeton Sg+turday for EaSt Orange.i Crystl White Soap ...................... I0 ., 3(I visit Frank Lapl,-. P ....... and foil landing on N. J.. home of the Edison plant, to trolled heating plant which will 9 O itoa sister of John an +.` l+++t his xt ..... + '' le " ca.+didates from each deliver heat evenly all over the B]RILLO They also visited oLher z piece of gass which cut his g, contest with --  ..................... package here. just be!ow the knee. He is able : state in the union. After arriving a 1 house, with minimun fluctuations  c ut.a. be round by the aid of crutche i EasOrangeechftheyuthswiU/ in temperature. Just telephone. d Owl Stores Lapic came home from  Gowan of Lon hav'e a conference with Mir. Edison ) Mr. and Mrs. Tom ........ nO-n will co one number of side trip.,.,  SOR ,afterWednesdaYan ovatioufr a p+.+ach arrived T haY ev ,anscomup::.+ Knuts0n + , week ago for so- wilt visit wth Ms00S'nG:o:a , o 179Glares in the 1X,Irs. W. R. John , trained, will be announced after tle / She is a nurse at a clime I weeks. [.trips. /Phone IO7 Park River WaJsh County Press Is On $2.00 a Harejsi of Fargo cam,, AJ_,E N WS t To Spend $42,000 on Park, , 'f' Nlla ......... . ago Wednesday fqc' FAIRD E Grand Forks. - W Ill spender'du0urlnl: + WIIRI+IIMIIII,, visit at her parentao __ - + and faro maintaining it+ park" syst .... - ............ ' - nd Mr T. W. Voe _  ,,ar ir is announce oy I .... . . . I t.e next 3 Joseph Matejcek ,n'1 ilv nd N W. Berne Look m th be+ I +nx B. +Kanuowski, superintendent,! rrmtored to C.afto, 7.- at Grafton on Sunday. f y'. visit Allen Grove wh Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGregor and following approval of the budget bY i there. ]daughter Shirley autoed to Minto on the city park board. Nocollydelays--onceoverandil'sallver" "S '/ ' ""- Sunday and visited *iLh Mr. and Mrs. Swindlers Get $2,700 The 8rain is ready for mar.t as.fast af it .... " '- N]WS Ore:nt last week, -- of ped Grand Death away Forku, wan ' I Gerge Ault" They were aecmpanied home while " a,'e .... onMr" bvof their Mr. and tb. vacation. Au'.t Mrs. Isaacon who Oscar barber will IsaaCson have shop help liev ed D.. police authties are being asked t3 to ed ofinhave $2.700. Louie locating gone Arnold The "a to stranger Aranld's stranger" of Gardens, is " farm who roper and  re-+ Nix. 'I+ era]rorathegraintanl.Ito-tcns.usa+ amore premium, uniform , too., and boca.so tn bette ,he gram on'dillon e- x--' is /" cleaner,. --...-"? "i: " .[" "VI' .  + " /'" , ""%',.... .' ", od ae. She leaVo Mrs" R" A" Prestn and daughter Period nettailus fr the 0urchase  ! : los. two daughters anq Pearl Neami. Helen and son John theWeof. This resulted in a visit ;'/ Jane Samuelson of Gra'" autoed to Minneapolis on Tuesdnv. Devils Lake. While in Devils La'w let containing cash and papers, and,   Pearl Gillispie o Devil; The Iston daughters have spore, the stranger pretended to find a walo S. Grant of Adams. *e st coup'e of weeks here with when the two men called at a hot . and Paul GronvoIt their parents. ..  tO the wind strm arcs A'G'Strandreturnedhme n Frl" room t return the wallet they fun *. .   xv-est  Ae,m. arouu "+ day evening from Mayville, where he a "stock mrket" proposition in oper- I / ? lairdale, last Tuesday  attended the Teachers' college for tb . ation. They plunged and won. At-  considerable damage past six weeks, lie was accompanicl .....  :U--CL IQ. 'l. ': ', home by Raymqnd Larson who wi!: family took in the mowe, ' .z:. ..,... *, ' ",,}.C. .,.,. ;: X ,, ,'s , ,: ,lal, '.1,;.% Saturda - . !,1(!. to barns. "*." oerger o' visit with his parents, ReV. and Mrs. Tom's Cabin," at Adams by Mrs. Bet- George Larson, and by N. W. Bergs, evening. """ ':.k'_,..! "" lute Lerohl, motored who spent the week end with friend.. Mrs. H. A. Lien and Mrs. Cecil Me- .'. ." Northwood. last wee}: Mr. and Mrs. Marten Arneson an Gregor and Shirely returned hane on family and Miss Aline Arneson tuck, Wednesday from Devi!s Lake. where relatives. , Mr. and Mrs. Mater Torgerson spen, larldson, clerk at the in the movleS at park River ltur- they visited with relativefl. store, i. spendlng day evening. Don t Consider Going Into Another Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Strand at Sunday at Grafton. 9 wmation .with relaHVg, ----- tWithO Exp I -- Harves ut-d-date, ensive It,s. U. S. Crant, Mrs. -.,#e:-','.,.=f,J'',, Mr,, Oeor00e ward a-, Harvesting and Thre00ing Methods . James McLean motor-"A las week to atterd of Mrs. Sarah Grant. |-tF., McCormicl-Deering No. 8 Harvester-Thresher reduces llUraber of farmers arou n the Farmers' Union harvesting and threshing to one operation. Two men Thorwald B.kke's grove operate it and one or two boy haul grain from field to the gran- last Sunday. I', ar" Think of the reduction m labor--three or four men this ?lrso , who ks spen0- . . . , Weeks at the Melvin Me-: 1 year against 12 or 15 in years past. si',ed with her sister I ) is , in Fordvtne last, Think f the other advantages---grain ready for market the 1 i' day it is cut. No losses due to many handlings as when grai n is Norway nicnic, a fox. Adam held last Sm- 1 a great success. NiP rUt and threshed with separate machines. Straw spread back represented, on the field to fertilize future cropS or left in bunches to be picked paved at Adam t:p later if you prefer. No extra grocery bills. No extra cooking. turned out , . T about help. Once Over fa,t gameS. Adams won' On Pie from Milton and lost' a asure rip No twine or threshing bills. No worry and It's All Over. Come in and Sc Us--Todayl Unie.u. suo,er As well as on lusiness church. +erred by tle HANSON and BATEMAN last Saturday evening, You save money and trouble if your car Is put in good shape t It alao prevents accidents with risk of life and limbs. Let us ewin6 and twin sons, inspect your car. We guarantee our work. Park Rlver and Adams Robert of Kenmsre are GOODRICH TIRES--TEXACO GASOLINE AND OILS the" homeHe++jthison.O,hasMrs.heenJesSe-e.. -- Skjerven' s' MC B - - c--ormlc---"ee rln'00 'o, "'- William +lndtng a few days at, H A R V E S T E R - T H RE S H E R" S of people fro,:, Garage the talkie "Weary NORTH DAKOTP River last week. PARK RIVER. who has been spend- of weeks with her sister, __ i +ore. ,,! STATE NEWS Rev, C. J. Eastwold, father of Re'. ? Votive. who has been Joseph Eastwold of our Mounta:n last month in Iowa, Wednesday. She also Lutheran church, died at hm home ,u i St. Paul. Ft Paul, at the age of 66. Rev. C. o_ . ....... - ....... SOn Adolph, daugi]- Eatwo!d was known by a number I I hold returned to his home. obtaine peop!e of Adam'5 who were sorrY to First Indiau Aviator al Rev. Father Peters wer- hea of his death. Funeral service:, Edward Hunter of Fort Totten, is $1.700 of his own money and borrow- Callers Thursday morning, were held in St. Paul and interment qualifying .to become the first full- ed $1 000 more. He left the money blooded Indian aviator of the north- with the strangers in the hotel room t Is of Park River was a at Northfield, Minn. in Lankin Thursday. Florence McLean and Edna McL '. west. Hunt is 19 and wa left an or- and came out with a $12,000 draft, motored to Graul who are attending summer school a phan some years ago. Havlug corn- which he later found was drawn on a on business for the Va]ley City spend the week end witl p'etedindian SchooLthe courSehe isatobligedthe Wahpet,)rto wet. bankGroupthatto Honordid hOlT. exist.May i GOC Oil company while Mrs 9v.it home folks. A memorial meeting in honor o; vlslted relative at Ford- Johnnie Wiste of Lankin visited ,t his way through the North Dakotx ' Dollar's School of Science at Wahpeton where Samuel T. May, late president of the his absence. They cam the Melvin McLean farm last Thuro. he is taking the aviation course ea Dickinson normal school, will be con- I MolMay, day. tablished there in the fall cf 1923. ducted August 1. A bronze tablc, t t r, 1 Mrs. Fred Novak cute-- -- Hunt belongs to that warlike Sioux bearing the name of the lae prem- t Do.v aalo f.rther.the rood.O dcanro Tour, theh" home near Lankin ou 3 5 evening Rev. Fathm FOREST RIVER NEWS tribe, who were still on the warpatb' dent. will be pleced on the newly o,,w. within the. memory of many of the' completed min building of th." opport.nsty to,,e- ald Mrs. Edward Sobohl Mlr. and Mrs. Will Shrank and northwest's pioneers. He is an all-school at the memorial exercises _..m6cOKl , arid Mr:;. John Harysi. daughter of Grafton were callers a around athlete, and a baseball pltcho: I which are expected to be attended by q d Mr% John Novak an'l the H. B. Walren home Sund,W with few equals in this section, pioneers, public officials and gradu" Slltjoft .............. l'0en " Plek -ere Sunday guests evening. Grand Forks Airport of Entry ales of the school, o ..... " ........... 11e APg  ....... Harejsi home. 1 Fiends and B. A. Vassv.u were Stating that his department w: 25 Tems in Meet t giErc" :$d Btl ' _ llq ......... ...........  us   of folks from Lan+ Gt alton vis vmrs Thursday aft,ernoon. 1 anxious to designate an airport "I f The Grand Fo r 1 11 :. --.t -'lesto' ........................ I tab   the movies in Park -'+ - -- "---e attended the et,trv in this territory. John Grov .s association ns re. - ..h4 Sall ILOI : bot rffdav I A numoer from. ,,-, I ....   ,h atrwav bulletin divisioui.l River Valley tournamen "_-'7"'" " tlo. "  . rand Forms. c ............ t -- earns from rortn. _ .a ' ' Palm and son James,] fa.r at  .... ,,or Bliz and daugh- of the department of commerce, h,wil I be open to t i *$ __,,d ......... by her " w: Mr ana  ........... rl d iFTktDeta .and Minnesota The tourna ! ,.1117 'e',.,,dl 10  ean of Chicago arrived Monday, written to E. L. Llum, G n " " ', and Mrs. M. Nelsonhrther-m-la ....... ter -at the home of Mrs. city engineer, for more lnfo m t on .., merit will. open Augu? 17"a aj t d : 1 1" "1t1 LII 1'1 t" --.lql. ffll Minn., came back ou] an.el, vn__ .v r as W H. Johnston. the improvements made on the meat least 25 teams are eve .... r ..-- c.lk  *-- r a week,s visit at Glasgow, BhxS mu,, ......... This strengthens the bell,[ reprented. 1 o  _._, relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. Watson spent a coup'e airport. Uha Mrs. Nelson visited at the oP. days at Grand Forks this week. entertained locally that Grand Forks Rugby Farmers Buy Station -  P over Sunday. They were accompanied home ,Y will be designated as an irport ti The Rugby Fmers' Union Oil ------ 27 e Of fhe picnic at the Mrs" Stmnley who will visit here for entry for air travel acros the Cu+ company has purchased the bulk+i, " SO 3-- Sr., farm a week ago a couple of weeks. ' adieu boundry. , station nd trucks belonging to Joha* Bei. ot o. $10  the benefit of St. Jos- Mis Lure and Esther McBrid 'Tomato .) * amounted to $183.02, autoed to Grand Forks Friday to[New Bridge Near Completion I Kellesvig. Caspeer Saterlie will be & The new bridge across the Red River th e new nmnager for the union. I ........... f .... visit their brother for a f.w_d.ays., of the North at DeMers avenue, ]M[[[i[H![I[[[[IIII[I[]II[]I[![][[[[[[[[[[H[[[[[[[[[[!i Kellogg S Fl+ce Krispie$ 21c Used fo .=pa,+ ....... I . nd Mrs Ernie McMtilen -t Grand Forks, which has been names  ana around the chure'.l  ...... . ." ,... oar ThUrsaay E. m to. Of members of St. Joseph's I Chicago arrivers :uen a couple o1: Soa'lle Memorial Bridge, is expectea International to be ready for traffic September 1st, ..ro,c..-c.. o.,.- COld another and final out evening an ...... Puritan Mt Symp ........................................  59e season at the Clem Ze- months visiting relatives, land the entire zite cleaned up by Augus 4. mus'e-i Miss Sadie Gillispie and V+ra Fer-iseptember 15th. according to R. IX,. Furnace old and young a,-+ +"++ a.d J A. n+rri+ of park mve:, ..- Hospitali 1It Syrup .............................. " 490 The ladies in charge visited at the H. L. Lohse home Sun-iVan Pc!ten, cesident engineer. at Benedaq were Me,- day. They were eeompnied hontc Auto Crashes into Field Ncvak. Fred Nova<, by Mrs t-rarri, who had soend.  fev cmingWith theoff rimhisof hands,his steeringan exit%Iwheel, __ l.apa.oat Geve , +r... .................... - 45o Jr.. John Harej'A, da': at the Loh::e hme. 1 driv,:r found his machine cwoming X Lt)"HIGIi "rLhr' Eoerated . - 10 through a grain field just east of Ca- Sr., and Chrly ChUa .> W J orw'i ert,-rd o:  Did ou Enjoy Heatind t:) ......... .,,n, rington last wee'+:+ He st'5,)ed the carl Mrs. Agustine Zeman o, 't?hur'dav afrerncn honor of M':. Comfort Last Winter? CR'O+ .,,,,,,,a,:+a;". ............. t:l 270 o,+ +,+, ..... ++_ ..,,o, ,00 ,o. ,,,o BORA 15o Vcere guests at the horn .......... "" , warn ..... , r ok- you have all the comfort, t .? [Ja it for Iceh+z " t ntz- " ' convenience and economy of rafli- - ......... pmrents, Mr. an in p'a\\;'i bridge, tttgh sco.+e ,_ fie:d and called out a garag re Did L o::,, ...... lb. pkg. .ot, by Mrs. Harold Woods+ T e - i'Y e,'eW ta take ha. machmo _q k t I 1. Sunday. 1 . a delicious lunch at rive " [" : ' I te<s served - t : gon. ator heat in your home? If you With a crew of men * , -zlcr, om -to  mszr the basement of the o'clock. arid doing other repair Miss Eva Spa'ulding of Minot at-IAks Chautauqua I didn'tnow is the time to cotmlder BiackFiag Liquid _ the church grounds, kr;v, T:dy evening and is visiting Dunn Center eitizen were so well changing over your heating pistil ........ pint n s. John Pivee of Veer- at the home of Mr, and Mrs. A O pleased with their chatauqua whic: to the really modern and con- s [closed recently, that they sly=cod a I content system. The change can and their son-in-law a -; Fosn'ess. Ivor So ......................... 1 mli-,,, ge, and Mrs. Sefcik ur Mrs. H. A. Lohse and childrn.[ court, act for n,ext year without hesl 3   and Mrs John teflon, be made tt you convenience-- , and Mrs. Vesley Page I:en and Marvin, '"  perhaps while you're away on your came to Lankin Sat- Harris nutoed to the Forks Saturday Leaves for Edison Test Chipso, ,,ok s.." ........................ ,  vacation. Then ou'll face next  Ba Bld, hU7 Soap" ' a visit at the John Lapt and spent the day. I Loui O'Brien, North Dakota's eau-[ left Monday for PaV. Art Yon is laid up this week. While l didate for "the Edison scholarship, left winter With an automaUeally con- : ainting a coal shed in Alverado he W$,hpeton Sg+turday for EaSt Orange.i Crystl White Soap ...................... I0 ., 3(I visit Frank Lapl,-. P ....... and foil landing on N. J.. home of the Edison plant, to trolled heating plant which will 9 O itoa sister of John an +.` l+++t his xt ..... + '' le " ca.+didates from each deliver heat evenly all over the B]RILLO They also visited oLher z piece of gass which cut his g, contest with --  ..................... package here. just be!ow the knee. He is able : state in the union. After arriving a 1 house, with minimun fluctuations  c ut.a. be round by the aid of crutche i EasOrangeechftheyuthswiU/ in temperature. Just telephone. d Owl Stores Lapic came home from  Gowan of Lon hav'e a conference with Mir. Edison ) Mr. and Mrs. Tom ........ nO-n will co one number of side trip.,.,  SOR ,afterWednesdaYan ovatioufr a p+.+ach arrived T haY ev ,anscomup::.+ Knuts0n + , week ago for so- wilt visit wth Ms00S'nG:o:a , o 179Glares in the 1X,Irs. W. R. John , trained, will be announced after tle / She is a nurse at a clime I weeks. [.trips. /Phone IO7 Park River WaJsh County Press Is On $2.00 a Harejsi of Fargo cam,, AJ_,E N WS t To Spend $42,000 on Park, , 'f' Nlla ......... . ago Wednesday fqc' FAIRD E Grand Forks. - W Ill spender'du0urlnl: + WIIRI+IIMIIII,, visit at her parentao __ - + and faro maintaining it+ park" syst .... - ............ ' - nd Mr T. W. Voe _  ,,ar ir is announce oy I .... . . . I t.e next 3 Joseph Matejcek ,n'1 ilv nd N W. Berne Look m th be+ I +nx B. +Kanuowski, superintendent,! rrmtored to C.afto, 7.- at Grafton on Sunday. f y'. visit Allen Grove wh Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGregor and following approval of the budget bY i there. ]daughter Shirley autoed to Minto on the city park board. Nocollydelays--onceoverandil'sallver" "S '/ ' ""- Sunday and visited *iLh Mr. and Mrs. Swindlers Get $2,700 The 8rain is ready for mar.t as.fast af it .... " '- N]WS Ore:nt last week, -- of ped Grand Death away Forku, wan ' I Gerge Ault" They were aecmpanied home while " a,'e .... onMr" bvof their Mr. and tb. vacation. Au'.t Mrs. Isaacon who Oscar barber will IsaaCson have shop help liev ed D.. police authties are being asked t3 to ed ofinhave $2.700. Louie locating gone Arnold The "a to stranger Aranld's stranger" of Gardens, is " farm who roper and  re-+ Nix. 'I+ era]rorathegraintanl.Ito-tcns.usa+ amore premium, uniform , too., and boca.so tn bette ,he gram on'dillon e- x--' is /" cleaner,. --...-"? "i: " .[" "VI' .  + " /'" , ""%',.... .' ", od ae. She leaVo Mrs" R" A" Prestn and daughter Period nettailus fr the 0urchase  ! : los. two daughters anq Pearl Neami. Helen and son John theWeof. This resulted in a visit ;'/ Jane Samuelson of Gra'" autoed to Minneapolis on Tuesdnv. Devils Lake. While in Devils La'w let containing cash and papers, and,   Pearl Gillispie o Devil; The Iston daughters have spore, the stranger pretended to find a walo S. Grant of Adams. *e st coup'e of weeks here with when the two men called at a hot . and Paul GronvoIt their parents. ..  tO the wind strm arcs A'G'Strandreturnedhme n Frl" room t return the wallet they fun *. .   xv-est  Ae,m. arouu "+ day evening from Mayville, where he a "stock mrket" proposition in oper- I / ? lairdale, last Tuesday  attended the Teachers' college for tb . ation. They plunged and won. At-  considerable damage past six weeks, lie was accompanicl .....  :U--CL IQ. 'l. ': ', home by Raymqnd Larson who wi!: family took in the mowe, ' .z:. ..,... *, ' ",,}.C. .,.,. ;: X ,, ,'s , ,: ,lal, '.1,;.% Saturda - . !,1(!. to barns. "*." oerger o' visit with his parents, ReV. and Mrs. Tom's Cabin," at Adams by Mrs. Bet- George Larson, and by N. W. Bergs, evening. """ ':.k'_,..! "" lute Lerohl, motored who spent the week end with friend.. Mrs. H. A. Lien and Mrs. Cecil Me- .'. ." Northwood. last wee}: Mr. and Mrs. Marten Arneson an Gregor and Shirely returned hane on family and Miss Aline Arneson tuck, Wednesday from Devi!s Lake. where relatives. , Mr. and Mrs. Mater Torgerson spen, larldson, clerk at the in the movleS at park River ltur- they visited with relativefl. store, i. spendlng day evening. Don t Consider Going Into Another Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Strand at Sunday at Grafton. 9 wmation .with relaHVg, ----- tWithO Exp I -- Harves ut-d-date, ensive It,s. U. S. Crant, Mrs. -.,#e:-','.,.=f,J'',, Mr,, Oeor00e ward a-, Harvesting and Thre00ing Methods . James McLean motor-"A las week to atterd of Mrs. Sarah Grant. |-tF., McCormicl-Deering No. 8 Harvester-Thresher reduces llUraber of farmers arou n the Farmers' Union harvesting and threshing to one operation. Two men Thorwald B.kke's grove operate it and one or two boy haul grain from field to the gran- last Sunday. I', ar" Think of the reduction m labor--three or four men this ?lrso , who ks spen0- . . . , Weeks at the Melvin Me-: 1 year against 12 or 15 in years past. si',ed with her sister I ) is , in Fordvtne last, Think f the other advantages---grain ready for market the 1 i' day it is cut. No losses due to many handlings as when grai n is Norway nicnic, a fox. Adam held last Sm- 1 a great success. NiP rUt and threshed with separate machines. Straw spread back represented, on the field to fertilize future cropS or left in bunches to be picked paved at Adam t:p later if you prefer. No extra grocery bills. No extra cooking. turned out , . T about help. Once Over fa,t gameS. Adams won' On Pie from Milton and lost' a asure rip No twine or threshing bills. No worry and It's All Over. Come in and Sc Us--Todayl Unie.u. suo,er As well as on lusiness church. +erred by tle HANSON and BATEMAN last Saturday evening, You save money and trouble if your car Is put in good shape t It alao prevents accidents with risk of life and limbs. Let us ewin6 and twin sons, inspect your car. We guarantee our work. Park Rlver and Adams Robert of Kenmsre are GOODRICH TIRES--TEXACO GASOLINE AND OILS the" homeHe++jthison.O,hasMrs.heenJesSe-e.. -- Skjerven' s' MC B - - c--ormlc---"ee rln'00 'o, "'- William +lndtng a few days at, H A R V E S T E R - T H RE S H E R" S of people fro,:, Garage the talkie "Weary NORTH DAKOTP River last week. PARK RIVER. who has been spend- of weeks with her sister,