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FRJDAY EVENING, OCTOBE 17,1919
Hampi Wh teache*
near Bemidji, visited with her par
ents over the week-end.
W. A. Rice spent a few days last
feek in the Twin Cities on business.
A post of the American Legion
was organized hero by Captain Huff
man of' Ttemitflf Ikt Friday night:
Fifteen members were present at this
Brat meeting- James Rice was elected
chairman ,George, gchulke, vice.,
chairman John Stechman, secretary,
and Fred Davis adjutant. They de-
TTSRB it a brand new type'of
Xlcar. It solves the problem
which has baffled automotive en
gineershow to combine riding
comfort with tight weight and
Our new Three-Point Cantilever
Springe make this possible.
These are the first springs of
their kind and they are made of
chrome vanadium steel They are
exclusive with Overland.
Because of these springs, Over
land 4 combines the riding qual
itiesof large heavy, expensive, long
wheelbase cars, together with the
advantages and economy of small
With 100-inch wheelbase, Over
land 4 hasthe luxuriousriding ease
of tag-inch Spring****
cided to name the post in honor of
Vernie Nelson, who died of the "flu"
while at Fort Oglethorpe last fall.
Application blanks for admission to
the post may be had at Rice's store.
Friday evening, October 10, Ten
strike welcomed home' her soldiers
with a big celebration. A program
was enjoyed at the Guild hall with
Captajn Huffman of Bemidji as
speaker of the evening. After the
program supper Was served to the
boys and. about 300 of their friends
In the Odd Fellow's lodge rooms. The
remainder of the night was spent in
dancing at the Guild hall.
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Saturday the band boys will give
a basket social at Hines. They are
expecting a large crowd from Ten
strike to help the boys.
Mr- and Mrs. Paul Robinson leave
Thursday night for Arizona where
Mr. Bobinson will spend the winter.
Fred Boyd and family moved on to
the Charles Nangle place Wednesday,
where they expect to spend the win
George Cox and wife and Jim
The exclusive, Three-Point Can
tilever Springs cushion the car so
that it rides welt on alf roads: they
reduce choppy rebounds and side
swaying, protect the car from road
shocks and prolong its life, mini
mize twisting or racking of frame
and body, enable the car to hold
the road better.
The car and passengers ride
smoothly as though floating, free
from road shocks that the springs
But this new riding comfort, pos
sible only with these Three-Point
Cantilever Springs, is but one of
the advantages of Overland 4.
Its light weight makes possible
greateconomy of gasoline and tires.
High quality materials insure
durability. All vital parts of the
THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEE
Charlton are guests at the H. S. Stll
well home. Mr. Cox is doctoring
with the chiropractic in Bemidji.
T. J. Wright and family were
guests at the Hany Vogts home Sun.
day, the occasion being the birthday
of their one year old granddaughter.
Mavis Philippi spent the week end
Fred iLange and family and Mrs.
Sarah Knapp and family were Sun
day guests at the A. R. Dailey home.
asper Knapp and wife called on
Fred Lange and wife Sunday evening.
C. W. Kingsbury autoed to Bemidji
The Greatest Improvement
I Riding Comfort Since The Introduction
of Pneumatic Tires
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front axle and steering gear and all
highly stressed gears and shafts for
driving the car are made of alloy
The equipment list of Overland 4
is high grade, including Auto-Lite
Starter and Lighting System
Electric HornMarshall Divan Up
holstery Springs Demountable
RimsTnree Speed Transmission
Slanting Rain Vision Windshield
Tillotson CarburetorU. S. L.
and many other high
In every respect Overland 4 is a
quality car. The body is all steel,
all enamel, the brightest, hardest,
most lasting finish.
Overland 4 has been tested for
two years and more than 250,000
Ruby Coons who is employed at
the Lubeck home spent Sunday with
Mr. Ludke and family from south
ern Minnesota iave moved onto the
Silversack place which they pur
Mr. and Mrs. Ora Whiting, and
Miss Gladys Anderson spent Thurs
day at the home of D. A. Whiting.'
Erie Huggett, Frank Demming, F.
E. Anderson and Mrs. George Day
were Bemidji visitors Tuesday.
miles over the Rocky Mountains,
prairies, through deep mud and
scorching desertsthrough quick
of these tests we were able to judge
the car's performance under every
condition and to perfect it before
offering it to the public
There is no previous car of any
size or price to adequately compare
with the character of service Over
land 4 introduces.
The farther you ride in it the
more you will appreciate it. Come
in, see the car and ask for booklet.
The demand will be greater than
the supply for along time.
Overland 4 Touring, $845 Road
ster, $845 Coupe, $1325 Sedan,
$1375. Prices f. o. b. Toledo.
There, will be an entertainment
and basket social in the town kail
Thursday night. All are invited. t
come. Ladies please bring baslcftbL
proceeds to be used for church' pur
The hard freezes we've had reesjtt
ly has damaged a good many potato**
that were in the ground.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Worth *fr
moving back to their Bemidji nNt
Mrs. George Day and son, returaet
from Wales, N. D., last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson of
Bemidji spent the week-end with
atives in this vicinity.
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