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CLERK OF COURT
TT,e new Clerk of Court of Ran
^County is Mabel Gelder. a
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MheiV ACTUAL BUSINESS
of tn righted — unobtain
Sfêlseivhcre,)' Clara Lartipard
tobeen advanced to Asst. Cashier
Stv State Bank, Noonan, with
^ nises in her first year; Alma
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Burner has a smuun v
Farmer. Bank, Leonard.
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Follow the SucceSSful" May
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: Hs Get work sooner. W riteF.L.
Watkins, Pres., 806 FrontSt., Fargo.
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W1LLISTON AUTO
WRECKING CO.
Read and Wholesalers in
Used and New auto parts
\ Complete Line of New
RING GEARS, PINIONS
AND WHEELS
Mail orders given prompt atten
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Williston, N. D.
Phone 112
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Mr. W. H. K., Shorewood, Wis.
(name upon request )
This enthusiastic comment merely typifies that
of thousands who have turned to Buick after
making their own exacting tests.
Be sure to drive a Buick before buying any car.
The more careful your comparisons, the more
inevitably will tiicy lead you to Buick!
The liberal G. M. A. C. Time Payment Plan makes
it easy for you to ow n a Buick.
BUICK MOTC?v COMPANY, FLINT, MICHIGAN
Division of General Motors Corporation
SERIES 129
$12-0 to $1320 $1450 to $1520 $1875 to $2145
$1195 to $1250 $1395 to $1450 $1865 to $1875
$1225
SERIES 121
uKILS 116
Sedans ...
Coupes • - »
Spore Cars - -
These- prices f. o. h. Frick Factory, special equipment extra. Buick deliv
ered prices include only reasonable charges Jor delivery and financing.
Consider the delivered price as well as the
list price when comparing automobile values.
$1525 to $1550
$1325
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does hundreds cf jobs on the farm
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Probably the most common application
cf the Allis-Chalmers is its use for plow
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( S ) With power to operate a 20-foot
combine, pull a four-bottom 14-inch
moldboard plow or do any farm job that
demands maximum power, the 20-35
cats costs and does the work in less time.
( 2 ) The ability of the Allis-Chalmers to
deliver 44.29 H.P. on the belt, as proven
in the Nebraska Tractor Tests, accounts
for the reputation it has gained by °P er "
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The Clear Lake Friendship Club '
who are reorganizing and discussing j
definite plans for the summer, takes
this means of welcoming any person !
interested in community work, to be!
present at a Membership meeting,
April 9th, at the home of the newly-"
elected president, Mrs. Hattie Hueth,
, Mrs. Peter Lodahl visited Friday
afternoon with her sister, Mrs.
Rasmussen. 1
MaW Ator and son Dallas were |
, calling on Mrs. Harry Gner Saturday,
I Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Chapman and;
, daughter Clare Lavonne of Alexan-j
der, N. D., visited over the week end
with relatives here and returned to!
their home Monday. j
The Mesdames Ole Boe and Andrew
Dahl were Plentywood shoppers Sat-i
ur df y '- T T
Mrs Janus Jorgensen met with a.
painful accident Friday, when sh®,
sprained her ankle while burning some
weods at their farm home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chapman, ac
; companied by Mrs Walter Stephen
and Rudolph Stephen Jr., motored to
Plentywood Wednesday evening to
take in the movies.
Mrs. Ben Davis was in town Thurs
day afternoon, having her Durant re
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»aired at the local o-nmc « ~!
here attended the L. F Club mee^
in S at the Deb. Chapman residence
Mrs - Wert Harshburger entertained
Mrs. William Lobdell and children the
forepart of the week.
.Mrs. Agnes Brentleson was shop
P 11 ^ " town Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Laura Chapman and son Clar
enee were at the Albert Ator home
Monday morning on business
Nels;,,.^.® Mesdames Ella Murphy and
Virgil Guenther were calling on Mrs.
Afford Anderson in the Grenora
country Tuesday. _
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Willard and
daughters; were entertained at dinner
Sunday at the Fred Brentleson home.
A ,£ nthony Tlustosch, Mr. and Mrs.;
Albert Ator and Orville Chapman
NverÊ visiting at the Clarence Chap
ma n b^«e Sunday.
p ' . . •/ , via
««»ora vicinity^ entertained Mr; and
. ■ ... £ and family at a
dainty chicken luncheon, Sunday.
Ella Murphy Hattie Hueth and:
„ ^ pnen weie calling at the
Edward Laurencen farm on business
b s . dnesday. ,
Leona Stephen spent Thursday af
noon visiting with Ruby Lobdell.
Mrs - Annie Guenther together with
Samuel lorgerson motored to the
Samuel Torgerson motored to the
country Thursday to look
after the latter s interests there.
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The school children and mothers of
the Roosevelt school, together with;
then teacher, Mrs. Raymond Brentle
son, met Saturday afternoon to
joy a picnic lunch and various games
together, which marked the close of;
another most successful school term. I
The Misses Ruth and Leona Brown
and Myrtle Marshall drove over from
the Hanks district to visit with Nina
Weer, Sunday afternoon. I
Agnes Lavalle of Dagmar is assist
ing at the Pat Chapman home.
The C. L F. Club met with Louise !
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Chapman Thursday afternoon to dis
cuss some definite plan of work for
the summer season. A very small
attendance was present. Mrs. Hattie
Hueth was chosen president to sue-1
ceed Mrs. Margaret Stephen for a
period of three months.
Murphy was unanimously appointed
Treasurer. A large attendance is an-|Hj
ticipated April 9th at the home of
Hattie Hueth.
Mrs. Bert Guenther was calling
Mrs. Carl Lodahl Friday evening.
Orville Chapman drove over from
the Dagmar country Sunday after
noon to visit with relatives and
friends.
Mrs. Christ Ibsne was assisting at
the Andrew Dahl home Saturday
Mrs. Ella
ternoon. '
Anthony Tlustosch spent Sunday
afternoon wtih Charley Rumley.
Lewis, baby son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wert Harshburger, is on the sick list
this week
Harry Grier was in town Saturday
afternoon from his farm south of
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Harry Sorbed., *hei stock
I here the C "ast a WSfe ma ''" g
j Mrs Emil Hueth called on Mrs -
Fred Brentleson Sunday.
Violet Lobdell and Mabel Ator were
I visiting Friday with Virgil Guenther.
Miss Harriet Olson of Plentywood
I visited the week end with relatives
1 here, Mr. and Mrs. Dolfy Lobdell and
family. Miss Olson and Mrs. Lobuell
also attended the school picnic smith
of town Saturday afternoon.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Chapman were
1 seen in town Thursday.
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WESTBY
I Jennie Stubbe, who teaches near
j Dooley, was at home over tne week
i end.
Mrs. P. G. Anderson returned Inst
wee k after several months visit in
Grand Forks. _
Frank Welsh and family and Miss
pf rtch of McElroy spent Satun1ay in
; F „ ty l wood ; ,
; hoSe^r end - " &S
' Mk H Beamten visited in Noon
i "• Laug on
Gufd* Inhere- who spent the
! winter with KÏ Ïter Birdfe in San
Wlth ï er fhLe last w lk
F O A^sneïmd bounty assessor^of
| Vreon business' °a
; f ew Have la «7 week
| Mr Truinan Stagebere ar
1 rlrad' from^littk Falls, Minn., Tues
day where they visited about two
weeks. They drove back by car, ac
companied by Truman's parents, Mr.
| and ]yj rs t. Stageberg.
Mrs. C N Rostad entertained the
members ' of * the ' Auxiliary at her
home Thursday afternoon.
j Geo, Mi jj çr drove ove r from Wil
j liston Sunday.
Carol Hoeck entertained some of
j ier youn g friends at a Whist party
Thursday evening.
Mr . and M rs. Anton Nelson spent
two days at Peerless this week.
M r. and Mrs. Peter Hjelrn of Com
ertown entertained some young folks
from Westby and Comertown last
i g unda y a f-ternoon in honor of Fred
Qharnstrom, who was celebrating his
J birthday. All report a splendid time.
j^ r and j^ rs *\Valter Olson and
family motored to Sidney Saturday.
Mrs. Erno of Flaxton is visiting her
*|son, of Minneapolis, Monday, April;
, a son. Mrs. Swanson was form
erly Irene Kitteisen of Westby.
Mr. and Mrs. Norgaard and daugh
ters Lydia and Paula spent Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J. Freund enterained
company of friends at their home
daughter*'Mrat Ed.lvërsom
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Swan
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Do not forget the Senior class play,
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Orpheum Theatre this week, Fri
da y and s a t;urday evening, May 3rd
and 4^ y ou can T afford to miss it.
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Sophus Christensen spent Sunday at
Peter
e hpme of his sister,
Plambeck.
Neils Jorgensen brought over the
on'high school boys from Antelope hri
ftey and Christ Johansen took them in
, n .d ay - : T at „a
an( . LarS Tl!VT
: Mrs. Carl Schultz, Mr and Mrs. M.k
kel Foulsen and family and Mr. and,
Mrs - Thomas Bundsted and fam .
af-i««* the home of Anton,
"a d nd S Mr d s ay Christ Johansen vis
ited at the Martin Larsen home Sun-1
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Th ® School Board of District 51 held
moTV Hdy meeting at the home of
Johnsen Saturday evening,
«0"^ Jorgensen went to Colbert
son to take part in the field meet.
1 oxncrtS 'to Undergo""» 6 ' operaUc"
Anderson feft^Monday to Tisi
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home P
Mr. and Mrs Ne.îs" Jorgensen
ed at ^ hx>me of Conrad Conradsen
gunday afternoon.
Rev y Fro&t expects to organize his
j f summer study on Saturday,
Mav 4th
Hugo Andersen took Knut Johnson
to his farm on the Reservation one
day last week. Mr. Johnson has
completed his seeding out there and
has returned to his farm here to put
in the remaining part of his crop.
Thomas Sundsted purchased a new
McCormick-Deering last week.
Soren Johansens spent the Sunday
at Rombergs.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. James Johnsen, and fami
lies spent Sunday at the home of Sig
vart Johansen on the Reservation.
Mr. Holm, who was badly injured
time ago while dragging the
roads, is improving. Monday he went
to Grenora to consult with his phy
sician.
On the eighteenth of this month,
Mrs. Soren Johansen celebrated her
birthday. A number of her friends
surprised her.
Carl Schultz was taken to the Sher
idan Memorial hospital at Plentywood
Monday.
Helen Johnsen celebrated her 10th
birthday with her grandmother, Mrs.
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FRESHLY CAUGHT
Freshly caught fish have |
an altogether different •
flavor than frozen fish. *
That is the raeson we in- '
sist upon fresh fish for our !
customers. Try our fresh |
fish this week and you will j
taste the difference.
Forman's
FRED FORMAN, Prop
Phone 17
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Geo. Johnsen, at Antelope. Grand
mother baked a nice big cake for her.
John Jensen arrived Wednesday
from Whitewater, Mont., to act as
border patrol man, taking the place
vacated by R. E, Denham.
M. Roethansen called on local
trade he T r ® Wednesday,
MrS- J ' J ' ScH ° nS
Mrs. Frank Loucks, Mrs. W. J. Ehr
hardt, Mrs. W. D. Dooley and Mrs.'
M. W. Markuson motored to Plenty-:
wood Friday evening and attended the
American Legion program.
j. B . Chandler left Friday for Bill
ings to attend to business matters,
He returned Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bransrud and
children spent Saturday evening and
Sunday at Plentywood.
Mrs. F .J. Shilling and daughter
Billy of Comertown were Dooley visit
ors Saturday.
DOOLEY
and daughter
spent a few days last week visiting
at the home of her parents at Bow
bells, N. D.
Dorothy Rupert of Crosby, N. D., is
assisting in the Citizens State Bank.
Mrs. H. Tompke of Colgan, N. D.,
visited at the home of her sister, Mrs.
J. B. Chandler for a few days.
George Ehrhardt and Mike Massey
were Plentywood visitors Wednesday.
J. Kjelstrup of Plentywood was in
Dooley on business Thursday.
Mrs. C. E. Stapleton oî Outlook
was in Dooley on business Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Stenseth and
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chandler attended
the show at Plentywood Friday even-,
mg.
The Frank Loucks family motored ;
to Crosby, N. D., Sunday to visit
1 friends. I
Mr. and Mrs. Hector Schumaker
were Comertown visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Schons and
j children motored to Broomhead, Sask., ;
( Sunday to visit relatives. They re- ;
i turned the same day.
! Mr. and Mrs. Bob Brockley of Plen-j
j tywood called on friends here Sunday,
j H. Poole of Devils Lake, N. D., !
made a business call in the c.ty Mon-.
; day.
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Olson were
Plentywood visitors Monday,
W, T. Pickard assumed bis
as patrol man here Monday.
Clifford Dooley is working at the |
Dooley Implement at Plentywood for
j a few days. |
H. C. Barker purchased a Chevrolet
j Coach Tuesday from the Peterson.
Brothers of Plentywood.
s duties
Mrs. Doran and son left Saturday
1 for Rochester, Minn., where the lat
; " r win recei ; c medi ' cal treatmellt . ;
Jac)c white and H. D. Loucks were
, Ue|( |j n ^ t0 business matters at the
£ Monda
1 f ^ Tiidmts were
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Mr. and Mrs. Mills of Outlook were
Sunday afternoon visitors in
stone.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Callahan drove j
to Williston, N. D., Saturday, return- ;
ing home Monday when Herman
trailed home another new Chrysler.
Dr. Cloud of Medicine Lake, county
REDSTONE
5 1 health officer, made his regular vis
i it of inspection at Redstone Weunos
! day.
C ' B - Bul1 of Pie^ty^'ood was here
Monday on business connected -with
call-i«ie Farmers and Merchants State
,a Jl k- tv nr rv v n • 4. ^ ni + ,
-¥i Fls ^ ieB i s at the PienH -
W0 T? hoppitaL where she is receding ;
medical treatment,
4 Mrs - ^ oriT1 T as taVen to 1
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j Jud ge S. E. Paul was up from Plen-.
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above the f. o. b. price, it will cost you to
have a fully equipped car such as the
Nash "400.
Some dealers (not Nash dealers) charge up
to $50 or $60 extra for bumpers alone.
Investigation will show you conclusively
that the Nash way of building and selling
a motor car saves you money. You will
find cars of competitive makes actually
costing considerably more than a Nash
400" when delivered, fully equipped, noth -
ing more to buy!
W HEN a Nash "400" leaves the fac
tory it has been furnished with all
items of equipment, including chromium
nickeled bumpers, front and rear, hydraulic
shock absorbers, tire lock and tire cover.
There is no extra charge made thereafter
for these items.
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So, when you see, in a motor car advertise
ment, a price quoted, and under it the
words "All prices f. o. b. factory," you .
should make a mental note to ask the sales
man for that car how much extra, over and
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One-piece Salon
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dear vision front
pillar posts
Nash Special Design
front and rear
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IMPORTANT **400" FEATURES — Jl*0 OTHER C*ÊR
7-bearing crankshaft
Exterior metalware
chrome plated over
nickel
Short taming radius
Longer wheelbase
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Aluminum alloy pistons
(Imwr&rsft)
New double drop frame
Torsional vibration
damper
World's easiest steering
High compression
motor
High Turbulence
Lovejoy shock
absorbers
(Exclusive Nash
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ranch to see how the work
grossing there.
C. G. Christianson
was pro
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Flaxville, April 30.-Fred Tasa has
opened a new rooming hou«e next to
; the postoffice at Flaxville The build
fo*, known as Tasa's consists of 20
rooms and the hotel ha« been newly
and completely furnished throughout,
O, . , „ was up from!
Fientywood Saturday and accompa-1
med Baldur Jensen to Flaxville, where !
arrangements are being made for the ;
opening of a store at that place by
Ingwalson & Co. They will occupy
the Oscar Aslakson building formerly
occupied by Battleson & Co.
. Mrs. Clarence Gunderson of Nava
J° was a Redstone visitor Wednesday,
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Hansen were
Plentywood visitors Wednesday, where
*^ rs * Hanson had some dental work
done.
. ^eo. Holmes was down from Nava
j° Wednesday evening.
A. M. Peterson was up from Plen
tywood Wednesday attending to
business matters.
Everybody has been busy the past
week working in the fields and a large
am °unt of çrain has been seeded,
^ orne . who have been breaking report
that it is getting pretty dry,
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HOTEL AT FLAXVILLE
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Want Ads, 2c a word, bring results.
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Whatever it is you may want, our Want Ad
columns put forth a helping hand to aid you in at
taining your desire.
Whether you want a position or someone to
work for you; whether you want to buy a home
or sell one; whether you have found something
you want to return, or have lost something you
want returned, the helping hand of our Want Ad
columns is always extended to you.
The expense of advertising in our Want Ad col
umns is very slight; only 2 cents a word. The re
çu, ts are always more than satisfactory.
Phone 76
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Extra Strong
The STAR Windmill and Tower
are built to withstand the
strong
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braces make the wheel several
times ordinary strength. The
double braced tower will stand
in any wind up to a real tor
nado. Safest windmill made.
STAR windmill
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The STAR
puir.ps more water
at less cost thr.n any other pump
ing unit. Pumps in light breezes when
other mills stand still. All working
parts flooded with oil. TIMKEN
Bearings carry pumping load and end
thrust without friction. Ball bearing
tu-n table. Rainproof, dust-pr-'ôf,
tight-fitting cover. Built to las: a life
t.me.
Get complete informa
tion and prices from
O. P. LIEN
Hanks, N. D.
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