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JANUARY 19, 1934. MOUSE RIVER FARMERS PRESS Page Five ~! * '¢ the Drug Store first, adv tf Smette of Upham was in this business Wednesday. Hougum of Bantry was in on business Wednesday. [. Moen of Upham transacted in this city Saturday. 0. Lunde of Upham was in on business Saturday. Decker of Minot was a guest Bertram Saturday. Ralphs of Bantry trans- here Thursday. and John Kuntz of Orrin TOTher on business Saturday. Albright of Deering was in on business Wednesdoy. Hamilton of Rugby was a this city Sunday. Castleman of Bantry was m day transacting business. Johnson motored to Minot on Sunday. He returned Mon- Schallenberger of Voltaire business in Towner Wed- Blackstead of Verendrye was transacting business Wed- Burdick of Devils Lake, a engineer, spent Tuesday y here on business. Refling and V. E. Thorson of business here Men- of Bottineau spent Sun- Monday here attending Bjerke of Berwick was an business visitor here Men- Anderson and son Sam of were business visitors last Thursday. Mrs. William Freeman and Ellingson of Upham in Tow~er Sunday. Wold and John Anthone of l ister were in ToTher on l Peterson of Bontry was in attending to business matters ] and Mrs. Earl Ellis of Grand !Were recent guests at the home Ellis' mother, Mrs. Lillian Miss Hilda Sehepp of Bantry is em- ployed at the B• J. Faken home. P. J. 5Iuus of Velva spent Tuesday night here on business. Fred Sharer of Bantry was a caller in this city on business last Thursday. Joe Craft of Deering was a business caller in Towner Saturday. Ignatz Bachmeier of Balfour trans- acted business here Tuesday. Louis Dupius of south of Denbigh was in Towner on business Tuesday• A. E. Anderson was a business visitor in Minor Monday. Ervin Anfinson was a business visi- tor in Minot Sunday evening. F. A. Wehr and L. L. Kassler, mem- bers of the Aamoose town boar-d, were transacting business here Friday. Several good second hand radios %r .~ale or trade for pork or beef.-- Bertram's Hdwe. adv Bob Meyers, a former resident here, stopped here a short time Wednesdrty on his way to Minot. Andrew Freeman and Dehnar B~n- net mc~tored to Mindt on business Wednesday evening. George Blacker of near Deering, an old timer of this county, spent Tues- day nigh~ in this city. With the surveys being on the Mouse river. of Sadri§'~, a former stoppe-d in this city a ThursdatYi.He was en- M~nneapolis. ~ , Zurcher, chairman of the commissioners, re- from Fargo where he convention of the Commissioners association. Mrs. Homer L. Hill went to They returned the accompanied by O. O. An- father of Mrs. Hill, who wiIJ this month. ~ Mrs. Richard Vandersluis returned to their home Sun- visiting here over Saturday home of Mr, and Mrs. Michelenko, W. A. i~okovoy, Philip Spitzke and J. P. all of Ktef, were in this transacting business Court house. IIolland of Northfield, Minn., Monday attending to matters in connection with this county in which he has Wor Pro r On City Airport Fifty-two men are now at work making improvements at the city air-: port, on a project approved by the ............................. Civil Works Administration. Their work consists of hauling clay and gravel for the runways, laying out the huge "Towner" identification sign, and leveling the field• Engineer Van Estigen of James- town was here last Thursday inspect- ing the local field and making sug- gestions for improvements• Much of the work now being done is by recommendation of the engineer. Drake is the second city in this county to have its aifiport project approved by the CWA. The field will be at the ege of north Main street. POSTAL EXAMINATIONS Examinations for applicants for the positions of postmaster in Towner and Deering will be held soon, according to information received from the post- offices in both cities. Application blanks, circulars and forms may be secured at the postoffices• In the case of the Deering postoffice, all applications must be properly execut- ed and filed at Washington before the close of business February 2. UPHAM FOR SALE- Early Ohio Potatoes. Sixty cents per bushel• Others ac- cording to quality. At Tinker farm four miles west of Anamoose on high- way No. 9. Can use twenty tons of lignite in exchange at $3.50 per ton. Wilkie Tinker, Anamoose. 3 FOR SALE---Few Stacks of No• 1 Prairie Hay, close to highway No. ]4; also cash paid for beef hides and jacktrabbits• C. O. Castleman, Bantry, N. Dak• 43-6p 65 TONS GOOD MEADOW HAY. 1V2 miles north, l a~ miles east of Upham. See Lars O. Lunde, Upham, N. Dak., agent. 43-5 POTATOES FOR SALE -- Choice Early Ohio, 60c per bushel. Geo. Walroth at the Albert Payne farm, or write Box 412 Towner• 44-5p FISHERS -- for USED CARS A Fisher Used Car is a safe invest- ment. Years of fair dealing and hundreds of satisfied Used Car owners Huhert F, erg and George .lurg.:nson is your assurance of a reliable car at a~:_ n_.l_~. 1-, ~ ..... l ..... ~ ~_ wet-, bt.~ines- e'~ (,r~ in I3~ntly T'les- a price you will want to pay Out- svnss ~eman DecKe~ UnOerwe,~ ~n d'tv .......... Islanding values can always be found operation for the removal of tonsils Axel Johnson and Andrew Bertch at-[in our Used Car stock Visit us o~ at the Ru~b,, hosmtal Tuesday tended the show in Bottineau Tuesdav l .... ~. ~ .'t a ~ " ~" evening. • your nex~ ~rlp ~o iyllnoiL dASK ~O see M~ "l~,~n,,i~ W',~q~ ~ member of Clarence, George and Melford Gun- these cars. You'll be surprised how ............. derson of Minnesota who have bee ~ I much car vou can buv for little money ~ne _~lorwlcn school iacull;Y, spen~ ~ne vis ting ie fls and ' ¥.~l.~tivo~ in ITS" t "" ~ ~ " • : . " . ~ fr__n .......... a ......... ~-, week-end at her home in thin city• ham and Newburg returned to thelr|~,~,, r,~vt~e o ,~ .... .~ ..... ( .... home Tuesday. ' | ±yOl DUlk~lk O opor$ boupe __Vo.,o.uu ~a;~o ~,~ ~,T ..... h, i¢ emnloved Mike Marsh of Eekman visited withal931 CHRYSLER 8 DeLuxe ......... ee n" "o' his si ter Mrs Hubert Berg Tuesday ] Sedan 495 00 m ~ne wnea~ ano~men~, prince, we ~ ~ ~I Joseph ~rik" ~S" now oac~-" - m' SChOOl." " ................ her home at Norwich Saturday• She : He is feeling rather fine now. Mrs I 1930 CHRYSLER 66 Sedan __ 320.00 returned Sunday. I J. A. Wik is also able to be up an(1,1930 MARQUETTE Coupe ___ 250.00 " ] around. . . ~ 11929 BUICK Brougham ...... 450.00 Kenneth Tweet of Velva • ~,~,1, l)