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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 23, 1939     Golden Valley News
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I I I I i H I GOLDEN VALLEY' NEWS ii i, i i i i i i ,11 i ||1 i i,ii iii CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT ! i:un for theWhole Family OTO S ~Nn,~?,,~ ELECTRIC MOTORS I ! , ._... _~ .__ _ __ ~ ~ _ __.. :~:~TO. ~o..Zt.1 PHOTOGRAPHY II]T~ Eight prints and one en- ~}~, ~ largement or 16 prints for ~-=~ OWL PHOTO SERVICE ~'~ t 1131/: Broadway, Fargo, N. D HOTELS Jl "E,~ Co,mopo.,o,, S~-,i~" | JJ Completely Renovoted GRAND FORKS, N. DAK r Good Counsel For arms are of little avail abroad, unless there is good coun- ', sel at home.--Cicero. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets made of May Apple are effective in removing accumulated body waste.~Adv. Man Proposes Man proposes, but God disposes. --Thomas a'Kempis. The rushing flow of speech and their own eloquence is fatal to many.--Juvenal. HIGHT COUGHS MESCAL IKE a, s. L .UNZLZV ,Y~'~'2, d '-- i J i i ,, im POP-- No Substitutes By J. MILLAR WATT I , I I ~ ~"~,~' - D rl r- FAIR PLAY The actress was appearing in a breakfast scene where eggs were being served, and a child sitting in a box made manifest his interest in the food. Stel~jping down to the footlights the actress tendered the youngster an egg; but his mother drew back her child with a sign of annoyance. "You should let the young man take it," said the actress quietly. "It is quite extraordinary for eggs to be passed from this side of the footlights." 'Strike' Defllmd Fisherman--When a fish takes the hook we call it a strike. Tourist--Why? Fisherman--Well, the man with the rod begins to have a lot of labor trouble. hm! "Where is the man who doesn't like to see smiling, cheerful faces around ,him when things go wrong?" Youll ~d him on any golf CotLrse." Eli Cheerful News IO Need More ~ USdve~ To Q~icld~ bliovo DIITRIS$1 B.efom you go to .bed rub your throat, cheat; and back with warmimil, soothi~ Musterole. You get such QUICK reli~ because M _u~[~-ola is MORE ~han "just a salve. It s a marvelous stimtdatinl "coumt~-Irrltam~" which helps break up local congestion and pain due to colds. I%~thi~g .vapor8 Use breathing. seal ~y millions for over, 80 ye~.,'st 8 _~trengtlu: Regular, Children s (mild) and ~xtm Strong, 40#. Hmpital Size, $8.00. Feel Out-Of-Sorts? Lewi, lo~, 1114 Chm'lm St~ ~.;,~,~ :~"X,di4 ~ot lml dgl~.. ~t~ naa no pep, aria my rite wu very poor. I didn't sleep well snd felt generally ~~ ~t-of-sorts. I~'. l'iet,~'s GoM,~ ~ad~d D~oov~ vertlinly to~ed me up. My I I felt ~Y It la liquid a tableus at your ~ today. New sige, tablctx $0 eeat~ Hurting Ourselves To be angry is to revenge the faults of others upon ourselves. tlH ~tf~l t l[lTlI IOT[L STOP AT ANOR llWllH BATII t~? '""'