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2 Park River Edited by Mrs. Nellie M. CrosJ TIlE EIGHTEENTII &amp;MENDMgNT [ Many ppie spe gU of the 1 ]hteenth Amendmet blot we won- I a" how many of them axe fandUar I th the wording of ntis lndbition I amendment, remarkat for 1,tl st-ength an deffectiv yet sire. I pie in phraseology. Amendment [ VII, Section 1. After ono yar from[ the ratification tot tht article, the I maxmfacture,  | or la-alspccttlon I of intoxicating liquo wiMdn, the im-[ Ootation thereof mto.  th eor-] lon thereof from tim United State[ nnd all territory subject to the juris-INatlonM Temperazlce League of Eng- diction thereof for be.orege purpose] 'd, at Manchester, is reported by is l.ereby prohibited. I the Associated Pre.%s to have said: i ction 2, The Cots and the] "The gTeat middle cla in America veral States shall ha concurrent I is no longer drinking. The class at power to enforce this a.ieie by appro- the ted and the dregs at ,the bottom priate legislation. Prohibition l[hades Wealth Many wets c.bject to spending mone/ for enforcement under prohibition. But, as Prof. Irving Firder of Ya'e aTs. if we spend $1,009,000,000 a year lor law enforcemett of orohibgion it would be a good investme),t because with the present very small appropri atlons economia%s d(iare are prohi- bition has caused a increase in wealth in the United S).tes of at least $6,000,000,000 over and aboe the- natural increment in pro)ert, y valu,'s and productiveness, Pcior to proh;-- people have come t rely wholly upon fort, hot,sing, clothing and feeding tim strng arm of law to enforce ab- which the people at large have com stinence, f0rgttlng that the catu of to enjoy in comparatively recent temperance has its strong founds- ),ears. This is what the btmine man ions in the conviction of the indiv-'should keep in mind when he discuss* dual of the personal value to himself es prohibition. of temperance in all things, I A Tragedy's Leson Faithfully yours, 1 The abo' is the pertiment subject Herbert Hoover. of an edi,torial in the Minneapolis Sobriet Gaining in the United State, Journal of October 7. The context i, Says Dr. Mayo Ins follows: Dr. William Mayo. of the Mayo CI1- l A talented American actre.s ' nie of Rochester Minn. streaking in d'ead at thirty-five. It was not a sud-, July at the a_qnual breakfast of the den .)ree iat kfllex:l Jeanne Enge,s, . . t the adoi)tmn of prohibition, the qu..-iday at the Albert Anderson home east The F_a2inburg y. p. 8. held their tion now facing the busin worM is of town, r.13nthly meeting on Sunday evening whether with the erormouMy extyand-I Mrs. L. G. Aimen and baby son at the Immanuel church. A short ed markeL the same policy is not e'en  spen,t a few days up at Union last program was rendered and "refresh- more e-tial today. The comtry{week with friends, rnent were served. must mc'e very slowly indeed in anY l Mrs. Ole Fauskee and son MAItoq Adolph Machart of Lankin is era- direction which threten the ira-) motored lere from Aneta last Wed. ployed at the Cash store, lnoved condition of women and chJ1 -! lresday and called on old friends be. Howard Mandt left last week f dren or tim extraordinary high stn-ifore leaving for Karlstad, Minn., i Valley City and Fargo where he will da:ds of anuseqnent, recreation, com-t where they will visit friends enroute s0end an indefinite time. are still at it. The saloon is gone and no one wants it back. Liquor is ac,rce and what thexe is is not safe." Prohibition Favored b.v Business When so nlany of the better elas. magazines 'e publishing articl, dealing with the prohibition question ".here is little, if any excuse for" us to remain in ign6Tance of the pip and con of the matter. The Saturday Ening Post of Augtmt 10 says: We think it is generally agreed e , all sides tha0t prohibition would neve hay2 ccmle about, qes[)ite the years of bt opaganda on the part of the to their new home near Roseau, Minn. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson and I Mr. aid Mrs. O. E. Samuelson of'son Maxlow of Hoople stopped here Adams wer business visitors here on i for a short while Thursday enrou Wednesday. I to Cando. I O. O. Torgerson ad son Orlando i Mr. and Mrs. Samuelson and family iwere business visitors at Grand ForkJ left on Monday for their home at Thursday and Friday returning Sat.. Sarles after spending the summer urday, months here operating the "Mer ' Ivliss F_-ther Fredrickson ax Mrs, P. chants Hotel. The hotel will be closed N. Wick spent Tuesday at Gardar. during the winter. I The teachers returned lmre Satur-! Quite a number of ,the Edinbrd day and Sunday after attending the young people motored to Nekoma on Teachers' convention at Grand Forks Friday evening. A Ford ear was rat- Thursday and liday, l fled off there and J. Axvick of Milton but the cumulative effects of drinks l Mrs. J. E. Mandt returned home on taken at intervals which, to her, may Monday from Cando where she at- have seemed remombly long. It was tended Gospel meetings for a few no stxRnge new poLon in post-prohl- days. b,'ion liquor that killed Jeamm En- Herbert Folson of Adams visited gels, but the same old poin that has friends hel over Sunday. been in all intoxicatiW liquor for i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lien and baby tim.mands of yem.'s--alcohol. On and Mrs. Erik Lien were Orancl So-,called smart young men and we- Forks visitors Saturday. !Grand men who sneak pocket flasks into ! Mr. and Mrs. George Ulberg and i StieniePrkSsnydahlvisitr,xdnldSundaYMyrdahl night chtlx and road-side dance lav Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Lerude were'spent Monday evening at Park River, err, s, sem to think that they ha Grand Forks shoppers the first part - ._ been strangely endcnvo3 with powers superior to those of Jeanne Engels, or i for that matter, of Alexander the C'eat, killed by dFink in his early twenties But they haven't, and more of them u'e finding it out right along. AI ready feeling good. with tile exuberant heakh of youth, they st, art their l:- of last week. 1 Alfi-ed Lunde and family of Lores! visited at the Erick Lien home .Sun -2 day. l A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bernaas on Tuesday, Oct. 8th. I Hans Challe of Tiber spent Sunday imre with friends, was the lucky man holding the lucky number, John Domstazi returned last week from Graf$on where he ha. spent se- veral weeks with relatives. i Mr. azd M-s. Tom Halvrson were C.,'afton shoppers cne day last ek. ! Ned Wick and Elmer Lien were bitlon we owned $272.000,000,090 wo'th cl%mhes, the Woman's Christian tween-daJice drinking to mke them- of property out of $600,000,000,000 in' Tomperance Union and the Antl-!seh'es feel even better. Then Ws Avt the world with about one-sixteenth oi Saloon League, if business had not many months before they find thev #he population, been fundamentally in its favor M,-'must resort to the flask, if they de- In the old days saloons were thick dern machines are not adapted i,3 sire to feel even normal. That was tile a'ound the entranoo of the great in- re'ink befuddled brains. Mr. Ford'slexpe('ience of the old soaks of saloon Lawrence Sunde:on and family were Grafton Shg)pers one day last ,.v '-:k. Mrs. Lizzie Christianson who re-ll cently underwent an operation at the Deaconess hospital at Graftc] is r,- dustrial plants and mo uf the grea,*- i reputation as a business man Is weil I days. That has been the experience of cuperating at the home of her sister, problems in lndu,ry was the enough estabtislKx'l to make him a everyon,e who ever t,mpered regularly Mrs, Jack Folson. drunkenness of operbive,u. Today in-'cedibte witness. He has repeate.tlwith liquor. I Reg. Hjemstad of Thief River Falls, 8tend of saloons you will find aurorae- again and again that prohibition of! In his interesting life of Mark Han-' Minn., has been conducting a series ll Dries by the hundred packed around beverage alcohol goes head-On-hand ha, that sprightly historian, Thomas of meetings in the St. Paul church af the factory doors bocuu,e the men, with a high speed Intea-locking civili- Br, relaters that the big business and ternoon and evenings this week and in stopping drink have become more zation, political leaders of the nineti, who last week. He has been assisted by : productive for them.,eivc,. There is na Business did not pave the way for ware Hanna's contemporaries, had a our local pastor, Roy. George Sather. such thing as "Blue Monday" n prohibition because of emotionalkm way of suddenly decaying and dying Alfred Kravik was a business visi- mevican industry and the added out- ] or fanaticism, but as the astute, in mi,:idle life. These men, overwork- for at Grand Forks last week. put is making Anl,2te:t bhe industrial I sagacious, farsighted, profitable, busl- mg their nlinds and under'orkig Mr. and -s, Melvin Hammerstad marvel of the world. In a.q, lition, one i n(slike thin to do for all concerned, their bodies, resorted to nips of liquor of Tiber visited with friends here on of the attractve fea.ttwe of l)rOhibl- i it looked like a xt financial bar- tc whip up t, ircd nerves. Sunday Lion ts that depoto. in Amexicani ,ain, and it l)rov'd to be such. We Tilt' way to overcome ,ire<l nerves is Ttle Degree of Honor met at the Savings Baxs are putting ade sur- I do not kn- exactly what lroportien to rest thenl, not to whip them wPh /JJdge room last Tuelay evening for plus cash at the rake of $2,000,000,0aOiof American prosperity is due to pr. intoxicant& For intoxlcank, no mat - their regular meeting. Refreshments a your which is exactly what the i hibition, but we seriotmly do.abt Lea" how "pure", are poisordotls. And were sed after the burxess sescL-, American drink bill wa' in the s- i wtlether any honest observer denie the poison in them is alcohol. Jeanne i }pen era. , it to be a major factor. Engels found that out, as had milllomt' Th W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. J. E.i I Peterson on Wednesday afternoon. l)rtident Hoover's C-eettng to In- Even among the professed oppon- of mortal, bfowe her. }A short program followed by a busi dianapolis Cmve.tion ehts of prolfibition there seems to be a Incus meeting. Refreshments were ser. Please present my greetings to the sort of ,tacit admkion that the wide- ]DIIURO NEWS yea by the hostess. convention of the Nattanal Woman% spread ownership of securities by the  ] Christian Temper, Jv, i. I am masses of the peoiMe, the tnerea. in Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halvorson an-I ...... :Am daftly impre&'d with t,lo great need savings, and the rapid multiplication da, ughter Helen Marie were guests at I "for extended work of oduca$ion in the of life lurance policies and home, the Pahner Qually home Sunday. moral, physical and octtoutic bone- ownership have sume definite rela- ML. Geneva Setness of Park Rtwn. fits of temperance, Since hhe adoptim lion to this policy of the nation. Sl)n the week-end here wi,th her of prohibition amendmt too many If there was an economic htuls for sister, Mi Katie Setnesa. I .......................................................... Miss Helen Torgerson and Miss I' Hannah Syversrude both returned ba ttheir scfiools Monday morning after l FORD SERVICE OUt' " mecnamcs have been specially trained to oil and grease the new Ford PROPER lubrication means so much to )'our c,r that it ought not tO be ccre':ess!y dc,::c cr dele- gated to inexperienced hands. You arc sure the job is right when it i:i done 1,ere. Our mechanics know which oil amt grease are best at each season of the year and the) have the special equipment necessary for a compk'w .:r_,3 thorough job. Our prices are low and we'll have the work finished when you want it. You'll see a diffcrer, ce in car performance. their parents over nday. They were also among the many teechers to attend the Teachers con- vention at Grand Forks Thursday and Friday, Miss Margaret Almen, studert of tlm Agricultural school, a t Park River. spent the week-end with her pa.vent  l[r. and Mrs. L. C). Almen west of town. Mrs. Win. Anderson and son Donald  eturned to their home at Grand: Forks Monday after spending several days here at the J. E. Mandt home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Evenson an2 children spent a few days ih friends at Grand Forks last ,eek returning home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pie Hohn spent Sun- Watch Those Leaks! The smallest leak may mean great trouble and expense later. Why not protect yourself by calling for us at once? IVe will send an expert who will lib up ttw iroubh? in a jiffy at the smallest po.sib!e co.t to FOU. Delay is dangerou.--lhe time to act is NOW. ) eymour ,Sunday hera Mrs. J. N. Billings, Flaten home Dr. A. A. Flaten, Sr., and daughter bored to they ,re aten. Now that we 50 inches long, bly will be The new here, but we number of these from the back s While the their frocks low men were roiling tO get greenbacks. When some pm'k l hink of anything ,heir children they arc about taking A scientist says 19 minutes real That's a pretty high t)arenks of a ( COLD WEATHER ACCESSORIES FOg HOTORISTS AT SPECIAL PRICES Radiator cover --alcohoi-- chains everything else Mr. Motorist will need this winter at a reduced price. Complete stock of high quality auto acc of the best standard makes. William Skjerven's Garade \\; CHEVROLET SIX the Car o/ UniVersal Appeal! INCE January 1st, over a million one hundred and thirty-five thousand six-cylinder Chevrolets have been produced. Naturally, tis is an outstanding industrial achievement. But it is more than that. It is a great public endorsement of Chevrolet's policy of progress: to build a quality automobile whose design incorporates every possible feature of progressive engineering.., whose beauty is distinctive, smart and satisfying . . . whose reliability is assured by fine materials and precision manufacture . . . and whose price is so low as to be within reach of the great majority of the leople. We want you to know what this policy hasmeant in the development of the Chev- rolet Six--the modern car of unit'ersal appeal. We w'Int you to know that Chevrolet has brought within the reach of everybody, everywhere, all the advantages of smooth, six-cylinder performance. Come in today! Check d Price for Price Value for Value The The ,o..,DsT '525 ... ',)R'r cou,,. '645 '525 ,l..TO,, .... s., ...... '675 The $595 The LM PER IAL co.,:,, ...... .-,,. ...... '695 re "595 A,, Price*f. o. b, factory, (X) UPE ...... Flint, fichigan Conalder the delivered pr ce ns We I a l' h x " rin n ' s the list .f.o.  price wlcn conpu 9, uton,obile values. Otlr dealers delivered prices Include only authorized charlles for freilht and del|very, and the char.e for any lldditional accessories or fiIKillclng desired. THIS IS CHEVROLET NATIONAL DEMONSTATION WEEK Ni00ls Farup Auto Co. P. C=,oDuffy 0verbye & Scidm0re Auto Co. 00.tiona, M,,,da L,,n,s Park River North Dakota Park River Lankin For Farm ad City Lighting Plumbg and Heing PARK RIVER N. COME IN--TAKE A RIDE IN THIS SENSATIONAL SIX 2 Park River Edited by Mrs. Nellie M. CrosJ TIlE EIGHTEENTII &MENDMgNT [ Many ppie spe gU of the 1 ]hteenth Amendmet blot we won- I a" how many of them axe fandUar I th the wording of ntis lndbition I amendment, remarkat for 1,tl st-ength an deffectiv yet sire. I pie in phraseology. Amendment [ VII, Section 1. After ono yar from[ the ratification tot tht article, the I maxmfacture,  | or la-alspccttlon I of intoxicating liquo wiMdn, the im-[ Ootation thereof mto.  th eor-] lon thereof from tim United State[ nnd all territory subject to the juris-INatlonM Temperazlce League of Eng- diction thereof for be.orege purpose] 'd, at Manchester, is reported by is l.ereby prohibited. I the Associated Pre.%s to have said: i ction 2, The Cots and the] "The gTeat middle cla in America veral States shall ha concurrent I is no longer drinking. The class at power to enforce this a.ieie by appro- the ted and the dregs at ,the bottom priate legislation. Prohibition l[hades Wealth Many wets c.bject to spending mone/ for enforcement under prohibition. But, as Prof. Irving Firder of Ya'e aTs. if we spend $1,009,000,000 a year lor law enforcemett of orohibgion it would be a good investme),t because with the present very small appropri atlons economia%s d(iare are prohi- bition has caused a increase in wealth in the United S).tes of at least $6,000,000,000 over and aboe the- natural increment in pro)ert, y valu,'s and productiveness, Pcior to proh;-- people have come t rely wholly upon fort, hot,sing, clothing and feeding tim strng arm of law to enforce ab- which the people at large have com stinence, f0rgttlng that the catu of to enjoy in comparatively recent temperance has its strong founds- ),ears. This is what the btmine man ions in the conviction of the indiv-'should keep in mind when he discuss* dual of the personal value to himself es prohibition. of temperance in all things, I A Tragedy's Leson Faithfully yours, 1 The abo' is the pertiment subject Herbert Hoover. of an edi,torial in the Minneapolis Sobriet Gaining in the United State, Journal of October 7. The context i, Says Dr. Mayo Ins follows: Dr. William Mayo. of the Mayo CI1- l A talented American actre.s ' nie of Rochester Minn. streaking in d'ead at thirty-five. It was not a sud-, July at the a_qnual breakfast of the den .)ree iat kfllex:l Jeanne Enge,s, . . t the adoi)tmn of prohibition, the qu..-iday at the Albert Anderson home east The F_a2inburg y. p. 8. held their tion now facing the busin worM is of town, r.13nthly meeting on Sunday evening whether with the erormouMy extyand-I Mrs. L. G. Aimen and baby son at the Immanuel church. A short ed markeL the same policy is not e'en  spen,t a few days up at Union last program was rendered and "refresh- more e-tial today. The comtry{week with friends, rnent were served. must mc'e very slowly indeed in anY l Mrs. Ole Fauskee and son MAItoq Adolph Machart of Lankin is era- direction which threten the ira-) motored lere from Aneta last Wed. ployed at the Cash store, lnoved condition of women and chJ1 -! lresday and called on old friends be. Howard Mandt left last week f dren or tim extraordinary high stn-ifore leaving for Karlstad, Minn., i Valley City and Fargo where he will da:ds of anuseqnent, recreation, com-t where they will visit friends enroute s0end an indefinite time. are still at it. The saloon is gone and no one wants it back. Liquor is ac,rce and what thexe is is not safe." Prohibition Favored b.v Business When so nlany of the better elas. magazines 'e publishing articl, dealing with the prohibition question ".here is little, if any excuse for" us to remain in ign6Tance of the pip and con of the matter. The Saturday Ening Post of Augtmt 10 says: We think it is generally agreed e , all sides tha0t prohibition would neve hay2 ccmle about, qes[)ite the years of bt opaganda on the part of the to their new home near Roseau, Minn. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanson and I Mr. aid Mrs. O. E. Samuelson of'son Maxlow of Hoople stopped here Adams wer business visitors here on i for a short while Thursday enrou Wednesday. I to Cando. I O. O. Torgerson ad son Orlando i Mr. and Mrs. Samuelson and family iwere business visitors at Grand ForkJ left on Monday for their home at Thursday and Friday returning Sat.. Sarles after spending the summer urday, months here operating the "Mer ' Ivliss F_-ther Fredrickson ax Mrs, P. chants Hotel. The hotel will be closed N. Wick spent Tuesday at Gardar. during the winter. I The teachers returned lmre Satur-! Quite a number of ,the Edinbrd day and Sunday after attending the young people motored to Nekoma on Teachers' convention at Grand Forks Friday evening. A Ford ear was rat- Thursday and liday, l fled off there and J. Axvick of Milton but the cumulative effects of drinks l Mrs. J. E. Mandt returned home on taken at intervals which, to her, may Monday from Cando where she at- have seemed remombly long. It was tended Gospel meetings for a few no stxRnge new poLon in post-prohl- days. b,'ion liquor that killed Jeamm En- Herbert Folson of Adams visited gels, but the same old poin that has friends hel over Sunday. been in all intoxicatiW liquor for i Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lien and baby tim.mands of yem.'s--alcohol. On and Mrs. Erik Lien were Orancl So-,called smart young men and we- Forks visitors Saturday. !Grand men who sneak pocket flasks into ! Mr. and Mrs. George Ulberg and i StieniePrkSsnydahlvisitr,xdnldSundaYMyrdahl night chtlx and road-side dance lav Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Lerude were'spent Monday evening at Park River, err, s, sem to think that they ha Grand Forks shoppers the first part - ._ been strangely endcnvo3 with powers superior to those of Jeanne Engels, or i for that matter, of Alexander the C'eat, killed by dFink in his early twenties But they haven't, and more of them u'e finding it out right along. AI ready feeling good. with tile exuberant heakh of youth, they st, art their l:- of last week. 1 Alfi-ed Lunde and family of Lores! visited at the Erick Lien home .Sun -2 day. l A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bernaas on Tuesday, Oct. 8th. I Hans Challe of Tiber spent Sunday imre with friends, was the lucky man holding the lucky number, John Domstazi returned last week from Graf$on where he ha. spent se- veral weeks with relatives. i Mr. azd M-s. Tom Halvrson were C.,'afton shoppers cne day last ek. ! Ned Wick and Elmer Lien were bitlon we owned $272.000,000,090 wo'th cl%mhes, the Woman's Christian tween-daJice drinking to mke them- of property out of $600,000,000,000 in' Tomperance Union and the Antl-!seh'es feel even better. Then Ws Avt the world with about one-sixteenth oi Saloon League, if business had not many months before they find thev #he population, been fundamentally in its favor M,-'must resort to the flask, if they de- In the old days saloons were thick dern machines are not adapted i,3 sire to feel even normal. That was tile a'ound the entranoo of the great in- re'ink befuddled brains. Mr. Ford'slexpe('ience of the old soaks of saloon Lawrence Sunde:on and family were Grafton Shg)pers one day last ,.v '-:k. Mrs. Lizzie Christianson who re-ll cently underwent an operation at the Deaconess hospital at Graftc] is r,- dustrial plants and mo uf the grea,*- i reputation as a business man Is weil I days. That has been the experience of cuperating at the home of her sister, problems in lndu,ry was the enough estabtislKx'l to make him a everyon,e who ever t,mpered regularly Mrs, Jack Folson. drunkenness of operbive,u. Today in-'cedibte witness. He has repeate.tlwith liquor. I Reg. Hjemstad of Thief River Falls, 8tend of saloons you will find aurorae- again and again that prohibition of! In his interesting life of Mark Han-' Minn., has been conducting a series ll Dries by the hundred packed around beverage alcohol goes head-On-hand ha, that sprightly historian, Thomas of meetings in the St. Paul church af the factory doors bocuu,e the men, with a high speed Intea-locking civili- Br, relaters that the big business and ternoon and evenings this week and in stopping drink have become more zation, political leaders of the nineti, who last week. He has been assisted by : productive for them.,eivc,. There is na Business did not pave the way for ware Hanna's contemporaries, had a our local pastor, Roy. George Sather. such thing as "Blue Monday" n prohibition because of emotionalkm way of suddenly decaying and dying Alfred Kravik was a business visi- mevican industry and the added out- ] or fanaticism, but as the astute, in mi,:idle life. These men, overwork- for at Grand Forks last week. put is making Anl,2te:t bhe industrial I sagacious, farsighted, profitable, busl- mg their nlinds and under'orkig Mr. and -s, Melvin Hammerstad marvel of the world. In a.q, lition, one i n(slike thin to do for all concerned, their bodies, resorted to nips of liquor of Tiber visited with friends here on of the attractve fea.ttwe of l)rOhibl- i it looked like a xt financial bar- tc whip up t, ircd nerves. Sunday Lion ts that depoto. in Amexicani ,ain, and it l)rov'd to be such. We Tilt' way to overcome ,ire<l nerves is Ttle Degree of Honor met at the Savings Baxs are putting ade sur- I do not kn- exactly what lroportien to rest thenl, not to whip them wPh /JJdge room last Tuelay evening for plus cash at the rake of $2,000,000,0aOiof American prosperity is due to pr. intoxicant& For intoxlcank, no mat - their regular meeting. Refreshments a your which is exactly what the i hibition, but we seriotmly do.abt Lea" how "pure", are poisordotls. And were sed after the burxess sescL-, American drink bill wa' in the s- i wtlether any honest observer denie the poison in them is alcohol. Jeanne i }pen era. , it to be a major factor. Engels found that out, as had milllomt' Th W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. J. E.i I Peterson on Wednesday afternoon. l)rtident Hoover's C-eettng to In- Even among the professed oppon- of mortal, bfowe her. }A short program followed by a busi dianapolis Cmve.tion ehts of prolfibition there seems to be a Incus meeting. Refreshments were ser. Please present my greetings to the sort of ,tacit admkion that the wide- ]DIIURO NEWS yea by the hostess. convention of the Nattanal Woman% spread ownership of securities by the  ] Christian Temper, Jv, i. I am masses of the peoiMe, the tnerea. in Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halvorson an-I ...... :Am daftly impre&'d with t,lo great need savings, and the rapid multiplication da, ughter Helen Marie were guests at I "for extended work of oduca$ion in the of life lurance policies and home, the Pahner Qually home Sunday. moral, physical and octtoutic bone- ownership have sume definite rela- ML. Geneva Setness of Park Rtwn. fits of temperance, Since hhe adoptim lion to this policy of the nation. Sl)n the week-end here wi,th her of prohibition amendmt too many If there was an economic htuls for sister, Mi Katie Setnesa. I .......................................................... Miss Helen Torgerson and Miss I' Hannah Syversrude both returned ba ttheir scfiools Monday morning after l FORD SERVICE OUt' " mecnamcs have been specially trained to oil and grease the new Ford PROPER lubrication means so much to )'our c,r that it ought not tO be ccre':ess!y dc,::c cr dele- gated to inexperienced hands. You arc sure the job is right when it i:i done 1,ere. Our mechanics know which oil amt grease are best at each season of the year and the) have the special equipment necessary for a compk'w .:r_,3 thorough job. Our prices are low and we'll have the work finished when you want it. You'll see a diffcrer, ce in car performance. their parents over nday. They were also among the many teechers to attend the Teachers con- vention at Grand Forks Thursday and Friday, Miss Margaret Almen, studert of tlm Agricultural school, a t Park River. spent the week-end with her pa.vent  l[r. and Mrs. L. C). Almen west of town. Mrs. Win. Anderson and son Donald  eturned to their home at Grand: Forks Monday after spending several days here at the J. E. Mandt home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Evenson an2 children spent a few days ih friends at Grand Forks last ,eek returning home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pie Hohn spent Sun- Watch Those Leaks! The smallest leak may mean great trouble and expense later. Why not protect yourself by calling for us at once? IVe will send an expert who will lib up ttw iroubh? in a jiffy at the smallest po.sib!e co.t to FOU. Delay is dangerou.--lhe time to act is NOW. ) eymour ,Sunday hera Mrs. J. N. Billings, Flaten home Dr. A. A. Flaten, Sr., and daughter bored to they ,re aten. Now that we 50 inches long, bly will be The new here, but we number of these from the back s While the their frocks low men were roiling tO get greenbacks. When some pm'k l hink of anything ,heir children they arc about taking A scientist says 19 minutes real That's a pretty high t)arenks of a ( COLD WEATHER ACCESSORIES FOg HOTORISTS AT SPECIAL PRICES Radiator cover --alcohoi-- chains everything else Mr. Motorist will need this winter at a reduced price. Complete stock of high quality auto acc of the best standard makes. William Skjerven's Garade \\; CHEVROLET SIX the Car o/ UniVersal Appeal! INCE January 1st, over a million one hundred and thirty-five thousand six-cylinder Chevrolets have been produced. Naturally, tis is an outstanding industrial achievement. But it is more than that. It is a great public endorsement of Chevrolet's policy of progress: to build a quality automobile whose design incorporates every possible feature of progressive engineering.., whose beauty is distinctive, smart and satisfying . . . whose reliability is assured by fine materials and precision manufacture . . . and whose price is so low as to be within reach of the great majority of the leople. We want you to know what this policy hasmeant in the development of the Chev- rolet Six--the modern car of unit'ersal appeal. We w'Int you to know that Chevrolet has brought within the reach of everybody, everywhere, all the advantages of smooth, six-cylinder performance. Come in today! Check d Price for Price Value for Value The The ,o..,DsT '525 ... ',)R'r cou,,. '645 '525 ,l..TO,, .... s., ...... '675 The $595 The LM PER IAL co.,:,, ...... .-,,. ...... '695 re "595 A,, Price*f. o. b, factory, (X) UPE ...... 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