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I STATE NEWS ! • a property lass of approximately $I00,- 4 000. Two buildings were leveled by l the flames, leavine six business plaee,, • ? three rofessiona&apos;, " -  _ A _ ]n _ __ a"'*"m"°"*'o"'"e"o"-- 4-..t*-....o.e-.,..e..t,...o.., ., , .pr inen and slx faint .... :,es wlmout homes. Origin of the fire -Made Big Money Doggie Can Bite Sheep 'has not ben determined, i ,. Gust Orn. Finley vicinity farmer. Every dog has his day, and North claims to have made $1,000 from 16 Dakota dogs had their's in the house /:razed Ma, Kills Wife i" ol on Sunday February 17th. tUrkeys during the pmst year. and be- -, te.)rf <ql aL:;e:, tile committee of Peter Niszen. 48 of Casselton. killed ? IR( boy. a baby • ;, : tdes has 36 turkeys left. [the whole decidin 55 to 44 that dog- his wife. 46, with a charge from a The life gong sounded on Wednes* ' !day evening when the roof of the uie can bite heep" and mt away with! shot gun, and then turned the weapon ................ - ....... , ....... New Officer at-Duns,ith it so far as indemnity by, dog owuers upon himself blowing the ton of his I G C. Jonson was a business visitor schoolsparks houSewhich washad falen°n fire.from dUeout thct° Dunseith will have a federal imml-are concerned, head off. Nissen had been placed In at Grafton on Tuesday. Chimney. Very little damage was gration officer located there since it tim hospital [or the msane at James- Mrs. Peter Setness visited with her done ms the fire depaxtment at once has been reported tlutt many people 1 Steps Into Boiling Water town zbout a year ago but was parol- s,ster, Mrs. Sig Pen of Park River• a responded and the blaze was extin- are crossin the bordbr by the Kelvin Slipping and sept)ing mo a vat oi ed from the institution m July 1928 few days last week• 'quished in a short time• road without reporting, boiling water while assisting with :nO returned home He had anger- Peter Fingarson left Tuesday for ----- the butchering. Gus Evanchenko of early been "getting along fine" un- Park River to attend the Mid-Winter f C .A. Magnusson was a visitor in :igns of Spring in Air Makoti was painfully injured. The tila few days ago when he became Fair at the Agricultural School. i Dundee Sunday. " Ted Nelson of Union was a business A tm'kev hen on the Vairmont cream- foot was scalded 5o badly that the ugly anti quarrelsome A baby girl was born to Mr. anal visitor here Wednesday. cry latin near Fargo celebrated Lin- flesh came off with the sock• He ;. " - ......... !Mrs. O. Johnson Tuesday, Feb. 26. oln's birthday by laying an egg and able to be about on crutches. .84.847 Produce Business Oscar Johnson spent Monday in ante has laid several more. It is un- Patrons of the Goose River Cream- Park River sual for turkeys to lay egg at ttlis :Wore About Weather cry, Inc.. located at Hillsboro. were HaL'or Halvorson went to Grand Ume of the year and when they do I Just to prove that the young tenor- the recipients of $84.647 which begin laying it is almost a sure'signl ution are not getting all the break.';, paid out last year. the annual reportWas ForksM. FlatenFriday ofrCturningcrystalSaturdaY'transaeted of ,rine. say sthe head of tho farm !an old timer has produced a news- of the group shows. Of this amount business here Friday and visited %t paper clipping taken from the $63247 was paid out for cream and ,-OIdwithFlddlersa capacityEntertainhouse and Churches Ferry Sun of 1889. which . the remainder for poultry and other I theJimh°mePentos°f hiSof fatherHannahDr, visitedO' Fiaten.atl an audl- tells of a baseball game plaed ou I)roduce. Butterfat brought an aver-lthe J. Charon home for a few daya l Mrs. George McGregor. • nc that applauded and cheered l Jan. 3. 1889. which Cando won 32 to I" every number aa tt was presented the 18 age price of 48 cents per pound whlcl last week. Mater Torgerson left on Friday for Excelsior Springs, Me., where he will is regarded as high. Practically the i Mrs. Ed Lanson of Egeland is spend-I first old fiddlers' contest ever held in New Postmaster at Crosby entire output of butter of the fi'rm is ing some time at the home of her spend a couple of weeks. Cavalier. and presented under the au- sold in Hillsboro vicinity. daughter and son-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. A. Preston entertained on i;es of he Cavalier D.A. Gibbs. publisher of the Non- American Le-, I Albert Evenson. Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. n auxiliary was unanimously voted partisan league newspaper, has been gnaue, success by" all who were in attena- named postmaster at Crosby to sue- r argo Church Burned John Snydahl. the Standard Oil ante.  c ea Roy ,W. Prazler, dismissed be- Overheated ppes axe believed to man here. attended the Standard Oil cause of civil service rule violations., have caused the destruction by flreconvention held at Grand Forks last vi the large St. Mary's Cathollc week• Said Fra7Jer in leaving: "I-am glad Car{ridge in Nose For Months to go with the record I have made as Physicians operatin on the nose of,: l:ostmaster as well as to know I am Wesley Hart. aged two years, o! no double crosser like many of our Jamestown for swollen adenoids, dis-!s, upposed friends now in office." OOVered a loaded 22 caltber rifle ear-I ldge. How the cartridge got into Cold Marriage Job i :tChild's nose is a mystery to hisi Standing tn his pajamas while the I "a uner, Mrs. Myron Hart, who four ! nntla s larved that his, breath-!cold morning zephyrs played about his knees. Judge Martin of Burke l eounty married a couple who tailed !him out of bed. They were Guy Kee- Federal Building for State i ler. 26, and Miss Vioelt Murie] Olson. Among recommendations of Presi-18. of Kenmare. They had Just an lent Coolidge to Congress for 97 fed-hour and 26 minutes between trains oral Projects in the country were a to be spliced, :h w $137,000 customs building for " load of fifteen baby beeves at the age mbirm, a $77,000 customs building Smutty Grain " of 410 days, for any ton litter of hogs Portal and $122,000 Indian day] Federal grain investigations at Min-i at the age of six months, and in ad- Ool for the Turtle Mountain re- neapolis indicate that, a considerable, dillon, for 1929 they will make awards a'ation near Rolls. quantity of grain shipped out of for the greatest number of pounds of Towner county last fall before the rnutton produced per ewe, in flocks of Find Skull of Buffalo . middle of November. was church near Hague. The loss is esti- mated at $50.000 on the building ant $10.000 on the furnishings, about half of which is covered by insurance. The fire was discovered shortly before the morning mass but the fire figaters made little headway against the flames, so dry was the building To Stimulate Production In order to stimulate an interest in. the production of better market live- stock in this state, the North Dakota Livestock Breeders association has again offered prizes for the best car- ; Among those who attended the bas- ket ball game at Grand Forks Thurs- day and Friday nights, were Alfred Aos, O.A. Forence and Albert Girt. ! Knut Bjorndahl was a business el-i sitor in Grand Forks last Thursday  and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skyrude and :, baby returned Thursday from Orand i Forks after a short visit. Theodore Torgerson of Park River visited with friends here Thursday. David Kinsala of Park River was a business visitor here on Monday and Tuesday. Roy Girt of Bismarck was a guest at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S Girt. for a few days last week. Mr ,and Mrs. Chas. H. Schultz and two children arrived here Thursday l from Grafton and on Friday Mr.l Schultz left for Fargo ,where he has l A fine specimen of buffalo head 9artially bm-ied in the side of a bank n the hills near Mino¢ has been found by boy scouts of Minor, The head is in an excellent state of ore- Servation with horvs in fair shape, i It was found near a spring where it is evident that buffaloes used to ,"Oae to drink n the early day,';. Made Money VVith Shecp .  tring with an old ewe In 1921 nat coat him $2. Jud Peterson,'Sher- wOOd vicinity farmer, sold lambs that Year to the, extent of $11 In 1922 he graded smutty. Other counties in the state have been flndiing out the sam thinE! about their grains and county agents plan to hold meetings for the purpose of placing tiis information before the farmers. twenty-five or more. In order to com- pete for any of these prlTes offered, accepted a position with Clark and all stock must be either pure bred or Moody as a manager of the shoe de- partment in their store. Mr. Schultzl sired by pure bred sires._ lwas formerly an employee at the .' To Eliminate Married Women I W. Reyleck store at Grafton for the A bill prohibiting the employment last five years. Mrs. Schultz and chil- " ; r.'mrr'od woman 'whose husband dren will remain here with relatives Will Not Face Second Charge i', :d)le-bodied and ble to earn a lie-until suitable living quarters hay8 Joe Belgard. lodged )n the Benso in7 wa,e,'" m any public offi6e in th:-I been secure2 at Fargo, where . the county jail on a charge ,)i theft of a .- b', b,en drawn and may be in-' family will then make their home. rnusical instrument from a chool. wilt not face a second charc, that of raising a check, without protest, tie i is charged with adding a six u) a , check for $160. Belgard's answer, in l trodueed in the hou:e. Bachelor memb,,rs are exl)ecfed to sponsor the i me, sure which m'ovJde: a penalty' of" not less thegn $100 or more than $500 fine for a public official who violates O. C. Jonson returned Monday from Jamestown. where he attended the Hardware Dealers convention. Dr. Alfred Flaten transacted busi- ness at Cando and Grand Forks the Paid $44 for more sheep and a buck the nature of a counter charge, is that I the •ruling. and SOld $76.20 worth of wool and i1 he did pass the check it was in ex- ]arabs. In 1923 he paid $94 for more*change for four galons of "'whistle Value of Rabbits $12,000 heep and sold $99 worth. In the fol- eater" and "wild goose milk," local Wing years he has had an income i brands of post-Volstead thirst As a result of the premiums which of 85 from the sheep without fur- c, uenchers. Benson county °fficials i have been put on rabbits the Hebron farmers and others in the community thor investment. , are investigating both charges ]Pave profited to the extent of more --------- t than $15,000, according to Henry /.mr- first part of last week. He returned home Thursday• Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Even- NIIitlIIIIIIIINUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIll DR. V. S. IRVINE Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence over Anderson's Drug Store Park River, N. Dak. T. DAHL & CO. General Contractor and Builders House Raising & Repairing Mason Work Estimates Furnished Phone 201 River, N. Dak. DR. F. E. WEED Physician and Surgeon DR. P. J. ROSE DENTIST Offices in Union Block Park River, N, Dak. DAVID MEBERG GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Budding Estimates Furnished Park River, N. Dak. THEe. I. TORGERSON Painter and Paperhanger Free Estimates Furnished Phone 03 Park River, No. Dk. ! H.O. SAUER { Doctor of Chiropractic Tel. !1 162 I Office in Resideuee OLAF LIEN CAgP AND BUILDER CABINWr SHOP on Msin Street 1 € Park River, -- N Dsk I Z River,' .... -. :-._j HAROLD KING LAWYER Walotrom Building Park River, "Good Eye-Service Pays" Dr. C. G. Hendrickson OPTOMETRIST 6 No. 4th St. Grand Forks, No. Dak. Successor to Porte-Hendrickson E. HERWICK CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER P&k River, N. Dak. PAR[ RIVER FURNITURE C0. FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS Phone 10 Motor Hearse Park River, N. Dak. !itz. local buyer, who has paid out $10.000 for some 25.000 rabbits brought I to his place of business, Mr. Loriz estimates that about 32.000 rabbits have been sold there this year. day On a sacred vesta gram. COUNTY COURT NOTES I Feb. 20---Guardianship of Alvin Clifford, et Minors. Third Annual Ac- count of Guardian alowed. Final Re- ceipt, from Esther Christine Lindgren for all Personal Property being of le- gal age. Guardianship of Alice and Mary Dunn. Minors. Fifth Annual Account of Guardian Allowed. Estate of Martin O. Berg. deceased. General Inventory and Warrant to Appraisers filed. Petition by Widow to set apart personal exemptions. CI- tation issued. Hearing on Petition set for March 12 at 10 A. M. Estate of Elisa Skjerven, deceased. Administrator Appointed. Bond of administrator approved. Letters of !,oministration issued. Notice to Creditors issued. Hearing on Claims set for Sept. 3. at 10 A. M. Apprais- ers appealed and Warrant to Ap- p, aisers issued. Estate of Josepl W. Novak, deceas- ed, Last Will and Testament admit- ted to Probate. Executor appointed. Bond of Executor approved and Let. tees Testamentary issued, Hearing on Claims set for Sept. 3, at 10 A. M. Notice to Creditors issued. Appraisers Appointed and Warrant to 2,ppraisers lued. Estate of Anders O. Larson, Deceas- ,ed. Final Account of Administrator allowed, Final Distribution of Estate made as by Statute " provided, Estate exempt from Income Tax. Estate of Ole Arneson. Deceased. Petition for Letters of ffammray Ad- ministration and Petition for Appoint- ment of Special Guardian. filed. Spe- cial Guardian appointed. Citation hearing on Petition for Summary Ad- ministration issued, Hearing set for March llth at 2 P. M. Feb. 21---Guardianship of MaxJorie and Helen Zadvosky, Minors. Bond of New Guardian approved. Leters I Guardiansiip issued. Guardianship of Harry Eriekscn. et al, Minors. Eleventh Annual Acount filed. Feb. 23---Guardianship of Frank tiger, Incompetent. Petition by Ward iar Restoration to Mental CaPacity. Consent of all parties interesed to Granting Petition. Order Restoring Ward to competency. Receipt from Ward to Guardian for all Personal 'Property in lull. Final Diseharge m Ouardlan. Piano Musical Vocal Saxophbne Piano FRD NI_,E NEWS i ':[--Mrs" < = ............ ? ] Vocal Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGregor ar-I iolln rived Monday from Nekoma to visit Saxophone with Mr. McGregor's parents. Mr. and Saw Doctor Found for Thin, As a family doctor at Monticello, lllinoi& the whole haman body, not any ,small pat of it, wa Dr. Uaid- well s pra. More than  his "elle' Were ou Women, children babies. They ave t,he ones m(t f. tan sick. But their iilaeM Were s, ealaeheo, bili all of m required first a though t",euatton.  were ¢nstipated. .. *n e course of hie 4 yrr.. race (/e was graduated from 1Rh Mouedicl College back ha 1875), he ad & .,ood deal of sue¢s in mteh ee? w!ta a l?rmeripgon of hid own t,a.ln smple Io hrhs wlth..Lpm. In 1 he aedd to ue tam *ormnh ia the mamdaeture of a medicine to be known as Dr. Caldwll's Syrup Pallia, and in that year his prescription was first placed on the market. The preparation immediately had aa great a smmss in the drug stos as it previously had in his private pratice. Now, the third genera, tion i using it. Mothers are giving i to their childrrn who were given it by their mothers. Every second of the workin day someone some- where is goin intc t drag tore to buy it. Million of bottles of Dr. Caldwell's Svr::, Pepsin are being used a year. Its great slw,-e: is based or* merit. on repeated buvinv, on one uatigfied mer te.lling andther. There are tbou. sgnds of ]omos in this co,ntry that are, never without a h,)!tl  Dr. Caldwoll's JruF l'cpin, a Ask Your Aucl AIJ CTIOI( TalkA. Musical Remarks Larson. The in at E N E , i it hal iIi OIl cone i t you "Syrup ni(t Wf "-----7--,," o BILLS Printed by the Walsh You'det extra publicity throudh this news/ (  paper by havind your bJJis printed hore. Thai means-e=  : ':" • Better Turn-out More Buyers More Competition Better Results if you must have an auction sale,--it means by havind your sale bills printed-by us. Insist on it. Walsh County Pr Park River .LARS J. SIUAN, Publisher N, I STATE NEWS ! • a property lass of approximately $I00,- 4 000. Two buildings were leveled by l the flames, leavine six business plaee,, • ? three rofessiona', " -  _ A _ ]n _ __ a"'*"m"°"*'o"'"e"o"-- 4-..t*-....o.e-.,..e..t,...o.., ., , .pr inen and slx faint .... :,es wlmout homes. Origin of the fire -Made Big Money Doggie Can Bite Sheep 'has not ben determined, i ,. Gust Orn. Finley vicinity farmer. Every dog has his day, and North claims to have made $1,000 from 16 Dakota dogs had their's in the house /:razed Ma, Kills Wife i" ol on Sunday February 17th. tUrkeys during the pmst year. and be- -, te.)rf <ql aL:;e:, tile committee of Peter Niszen. 48 of Casselton. killed ? IR( boy. a baby • ;, : tdes has 36 turkeys left. [the whole decidin 55 to 44 that dog- his wife. 46, with a charge from a The life gong sounded on Wednes* ' !day evening when the roof of the uie can bite heep" and mt away with! shot gun, and then turned the weapon ................ - ....... , ....... New Officer at-Duns,ith it so far as indemnity by, dog owuers upon himself blowing the ton of his I G C. Jonson was a business visitor schoolsparks houSewhich washad falen°n fire.from dUeout thct° Dunseith will have a federal imml-are concerned, head off. Nissen had been placed In at Grafton on Tuesday. Chimney. Very little damage was gration officer located there since it tim hospital [or the msane at James- Mrs. Peter Setness visited with her done ms the fire depaxtment at once has been reported tlutt many people 1 Steps Into Boiling Water town zbout a year ago but was parol- s,ster, Mrs. Sig Pen of Park River• a responded and the blaze was extin- are crossin the bordbr by the Kelvin Slipping and sept)ing mo a vat oi ed from the institution m July 1928 few days last week• 'quished in a short time• road without reporting, boiling water while assisting with :nO returned home He had anger- Peter Fingarson left Tuesday for ----- the butchering. Gus Evanchenko of early been "getting along fine" un- Park River to attend the Mid-Winter f C .A. Magnusson was a visitor in :igns of Spring in Air Makoti was painfully injured. The tila few days ago when he became Fair at the Agricultural School. i Dundee Sunday. " Ted Nelson of Union was a business A tm'kev hen on the Vairmont cream- foot was scalded 5o badly that the ugly anti quarrelsome A baby girl was born to Mr. anal visitor here Wednesday. cry latin near Fargo celebrated Lin- flesh came off with the sock• He ;. " - ......... !Mrs. O. Johnson Tuesday, Feb. 26. oln's birthday by laying an egg and able to be about on crutches. .84.847 Produce Business Oscar Johnson spent Monday in ante has laid several more. It is un- Patrons of the Goose River Cream- Park River sual for turkeys to lay egg at ttlis :Wore About Weather cry, Inc.. located at Hillsboro. were HaL'or Halvorson went to Grand Ume of the year and when they do I Just to prove that the young tenor- the recipients of $84.647 which begin laying it is almost a sure'signl ution are not getting all the break.';, paid out last year. the annual reportWas ForksM. FlatenFriday ofrCturningcrystalSaturdaY'transaeted of ,rine. say sthe head of tho farm !an old timer has produced a news- of the group shows. Of this amount business here Friday and visited %t paper clipping taken from the $63247 was paid out for cream and ,-OIdwithFlddlersa capacityEntertainhouse and Churches Ferry Sun of 1889. which . the remainder for poultry and other I theJimh°mePentos°f hiSof fatherHannahDr, visitedO' Fiaten.atl an audl- tells of a baseball game plaed ou I)roduce. Butterfat brought an aver-lthe J. Charon home for a few daya l Mrs. George McGregor. • nc that applauded and cheered l Jan. 3. 1889. which Cando won 32 to I" every number aa tt was presented the 18 age price of 48 cents per pound whlcl last week. Mater Torgerson left on Friday for Excelsior Springs, Me., where he will is regarded as high. Practically the i Mrs. Ed Lanson of Egeland is spend-I first old fiddlers' contest ever held in New Postmaster at Crosby entire output of butter of the fi'rm is ing some time at the home of her spend a couple of weeks. Cavalier. and presented under the au- sold in Hillsboro vicinity. daughter and son-inlaw. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. R. A. Preston entertained on i;es of he Cavalier D.A. Gibbs. publisher of the Non- American Le-, I Albert Evenson. Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. n auxiliary was unanimously voted partisan league newspaper, has been gnaue, success by" all who were in attena- named postmaster at Crosby to sue- r argo Church Burned John Snydahl. the Standard Oil ante.  c ea Roy ,W. Prazler, dismissed be- Overheated ppes axe believed to man here. attended the Standard Oil cause of civil service rule violations., have caused the destruction by flreconvention held at Grand Forks last vi the large St. Mary's Cathollc week• Said Fra7Jer in leaving: "I-am glad Car{ridge in Nose For Months to go with the record I have made as Physicians operatin on the nose of,: l:ostmaster as well as to know I am Wesley Hart. aged two years, o! no double crosser like many of our Jamestown for swollen adenoids, dis-!s, upposed friends now in office." OOVered a loaded 22 caltber rifle ear-I ldge. How the cartridge got into Cold Marriage Job i :tChild's nose is a mystery to hisi Standing tn his pajamas while the I "a uner, Mrs. Myron Hart, who four ! nntla s larved that his, breath-!cold morning zephyrs played about his knees. Judge Martin of Burke l eounty married a couple who tailed !him out of bed. They were Guy Kee- Federal Building for State i ler. 26, and Miss Vioelt Murie] Olson. Among recommendations of Presi-18. of Kenmare. They had Just an lent Coolidge to Congress for 97 fed-hour and 26 minutes between trains oral Projects in the country were a to be spliced, :h w $137,000 customs building for " load of fifteen baby beeves at the age mbirm, a $77,000 customs building Smutty Grain " of 410 days, for any ton litter of hogs Portal and $122,000 Indian day] Federal grain investigations at Min-i at the age of six months, and in ad- Ool for the Turtle Mountain re- neapolis indicate that, a considerable, dillon, for 1929 they will make awards a'ation near Rolls. quantity of grain shipped out of for the greatest number of pounds of Towner county last fall before the rnutton produced per ewe, in flocks of Find Skull of Buffalo . middle of November. was church near Hague. The loss is esti- mated at $50.000 on the building ant $10.000 on the furnishings, about half of which is covered by insurance. The fire was discovered shortly before the morning mass but the fire figaters made little headway against the flames, so dry was the building To Stimulate Production In order to stimulate an interest in. the production of better market live- stock in this state, the North Dakota Livestock Breeders association has again offered prizes for the best car- ; Among those who attended the bas- ket ball game at Grand Forks Thurs- day and Friday nights, were Alfred Aos, O.A. Forence and Albert Girt. ! Knut Bjorndahl was a business el-i sitor in Grand Forks last Thursday  and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Skyrude and :, baby returned Thursday from Orand i Forks after a short visit. Theodore Torgerson of Park River visited with friends here Thursday. David Kinsala of Park River was a business visitor here on Monday and Tuesday. Roy Girt of Bismarck was a guest at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S Girt. for a few days last week. Mr ,and Mrs. Chas. H. Schultz and two children arrived here Thursday l from Grafton and on Friday Mr.l Schultz left for Fargo ,where he has l A fine specimen of buffalo head 9artially bm-ied in the side of a bank n the hills near Mino¢ has been found by boy scouts of Minor, The head is in an excellent state of ore- Servation with horvs in fair shape, i It was found near a spring where it is evident that buffaloes used to ,"Oae to drink n the early day,';. Made Money VVith Shecp .  tring with an old ewe In 1921 nat coat him $2. Jud Peterson,'Sher- wOOd vicinity farmer, sold lambs that Year to the, extent of $11 In 1922 he graded smutty. Other counties in the state have been flndiing out the sam thinE! about their grains and county agents plan to hold meetings for the purpose of placing tiis information before the farmers. twenty-five or more. In order to com- pete for any of these prlTes offered, accepted a position with Clark and all stock must be either pure bred or Moody as a manager of the shoe de- partment in their store. Mr. Schultzl sired by pure bred sires._ lwas formerly an employee at the .' To Eliminate Married Women I W. Reyleck store at Grafton for the A bill prohibiting the employment last five years. Mrs. Schultz and chil- " ; r.'mrr'od woman 'whose husband dren will remain here with relatives Will Not Face Second Charge i', :d)le-bodied and ble to earn a lie-until suitable living quarters hay8 Joe Belgard. lodged )n the Benso in7 wa,e,'" m any public offi6e in th:-I been secure2 at Fargo, where . the county jail on a charge ,)i theft of a .- b', b,en drawn and may be in-' family will then make their home. rnusical instrument from a chool. wilt not face a second charc, that of raising a check, without protest, tie i is charged with adding a six u) a , check for $160. Belgard's answer, in l trodueed in the hou:e. Bachelor memb,,rs are exl)ecfed to sponsor the i me, sure which m'ovJde: a penalty' of" not less thegn $100 or more than $500 fine for a public official who violates O. C. Jonson returned Monday from Jamestown. where he attended the Hardware Dealers convention. Dr. Alfred Flaten transacted busi- ness at Cando and Grand Forks the Paid $44 for more sheep and a buck the nature of a counter charge, is that I the •ruling. and SOld $76.20 worth of wool and i1 he did pass the check it was in ex- ]arabs. In 1923 he paid $94 for more*change for four galons of "'whistle Value of Rabbits $12,000 heep and sold $99 worth. In the fol- eater" and "wild goose milk," local Wing years he has had an income i brands of post-Volstead thirst As a result of the premiums which of 85 from the sheep without fur- c, uenchers. Benson county °fficials i have been put on rabbits the Hebron farmers and others in the community thor investment. , are investigating both charges ]Pave profited to the extent of more --------- t than $15,000, according to Henry /.mr- first part of last week. He returned home Thursday• Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Even- NIIitlIIIIIIIINUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIll DR. V. S. IRVINE Physician and Surgeon Office and Residence over Anderson's Drug Store Park River, N. Dak. T. DAHL & CO. General Contractor and Builders House Raising & Repairing Mason Work Estimates Furnished Phone 201 River, N. Dak. DR. F. E. WEED Physician and Surgeon DR. P. J. ROSE DENTIST Offices in Union Block Park River, N, Dak. DAVID MEBERG GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Budding Estimates Furnished Park River, N. Dak. THEe. I. TORGERSON Painter and Paperhanger Free Estimates Furnished Phone 03 Park River, No. Dk. ! H.O. SAUER { Doctor of Chiropractic Tel. !1 162 I Office in Resideuee OLAF LIEN CAgP AND BUILDER CABINWr SHOP on Msin Street 1 € Park River, -- N Dsk I Z River,' .... -. :-._j HAROLD KING LAWYER Walotrom Building Park River, "Good Eye-Service Pays" Dr. C. G. Hendrickson OPTOMETRIST 6 No. 4th St. Grand Forks, No. Dak. Successor to Porte-Hendrickson E. HERWICK CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER P&k River, N. Dak. PAR[ RIVER FURNITURE C0. FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS Phone 10 Motor Hearse Park River, N. Dak. !itz. local buyer, who has paid out $10.000 for some 25.000 rabbits brought I to his place of business, Mr. Loriz estimates that about 32.000 rabbits have been sold there this year. day On a sacred vesta gram. COUNTY COURT NOTES I Feb. 20---Guardianship of Alvin Clifford, et Minors. Third Annual Ac- count of Guardian alowed. Final Re- ceipt, from Esther Christine Lindgren for all Personal Property being of le- gal age. Guardianship of Alice and Mary Dunn. Minors. Fifth Annual Account of Guardian Allowed. Estate of Martin O. Berg. deceased. General Inventory and Warrant to Appraisers filed. Petition by Widow to set apart personal exemptions. CI- tation issued. Hearing on Petition set for March 12 at 10 A. M. Estate of Elisa Skjerven, deceased. Administrator Appointed. Bond of administrator approved. Letters of !,oministration issued. Notice to Creditors issued. Hearing on Claims set for Sept. 3. at 10 A. M. Apprais- ers appealed and Warrant to Ap- p, aisers issued. Estate of Josepl W. Novak, deceas- ed, Last Will and Testament admit- ted to Probate. Executor appointed. Bond of Executor approved and Let. tees Testamentary issued, Hearing on Claims set for Sept. 3, at 10 A. M. Notice to Creditors issued. Appraisers Appointed and Warrant to 2,ppraisers lued. Estate of Anders O. Larson, Deceas- ,ed. Final Account of Administrator allowed, Final Distribution of Estate made as by Statute " provided, Estate exempt from Income Tax. Estate of Ole Arneson. Deceased. Petition for Letters of ffammray Ad- ministration and Petition for Appoint- ment of Special Guardian. filed. Spe- cial Guardian appointed. Citation hearing on Petition for Summary Ad- ministration issued, Hearing set for March llth at 2 P. M. Feb. 21---Guardianship of MaxJorie and Helen Zadvosky, Minors. Bond of New Guardian approved. Leters I Guardiansiip issued. Guardianship of Harry Eriekscn. et al, Minors. Eleventh Annual Acount filed. Feb. 23---Guardianship of Frank tiger, Incompetent. Petition by Ward iar Restoration to Mental CaPacity. Consent of all parties interesed to Granting Petition. Order Restoring Ward to competency. Receipt from Ward to Guardian for all Personal 'Property in lull. Final Diseharge m Ouardlan. Piano Musical Vocal Saxophbne Piano FRD NI_,E NEWS i ':[--Mrs" < = ............ ? ] Vocal Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGregor ar-I iolln rived Monday from Nekoma to visit Saxophone with Mr. McGregor's parents. Mr. and Saw Doctor Found for Thin, As a family doctor at Monticello, lllinoi& the whole haman body, not any ,small pat of it, wa Dr. Uaid- well s pra. More than  his "elle' Were ou Women, children babies. They ave t,he ones m(t f. tan sick. But their iilaeM Were s, ealaeheo, bili all of m required first a though t",euatton.  were ¢nstipated. .. *n e course of hie 4 yrr.. race (/e was graduated from 1Rh Mouedicl College back ha 1875), he ad & .,ood deal of sue¢s in mteh ee? w!ta a l?rmeripgon of hid own t,a.ln smple Io hrhs wlth..Lpm. In 1 he aedd to ue tam *ormnh ia the mamdaeture of a medicine to be known as Dr. Caldwll's Syrup Pallia, and in that year his prescription was first placed on the market. The preparation immediately had aa great a smmss in the drug stos as it previously had in his private pratice. Now, the third genera, tion i using it. Mothers are giving i to their childrrn who were given it by their mothers. Every second of the workin day someone some- where is goin intc t drag tore to buy it. Million of bottles of Dr. Caldwell's Svr::, Pepsin are being used a year. Its great slw,-e: is based or* merit. on repeated buvinv, on one uatigfied mer te.lling andther. There are tbou. sgnds of ]omos in this co,ntry that are, never without a h,)!tl  Dr. Caldwoll's JruF l'cpin, a Ask Your Aucl AIJ CTIOI( TalkA. Musical Remarks Larson. The in at E N E , i it hal iIi OIl cone i t you "Syrup ni(t Wf "-----7--,," o BILLS Printed by the Walsh You'det extra publicity throudh this news/ (  paper by havind your bJJis printed hore. Thai means-e=  : ':" • Better Turn-out More Buyers More Competition Better Results if you must have an auction sale,--it means by havind your sale bills printed-by us. Insist on it. Walsh County Pr Park River .LARS J. SIUAN, Publisher N,