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&apos; WALSH COUNTY PRESS Fe and road -0ndi- able than last season. On farms wherel ANNUAL REPORT OF I CITATION HEARING PETITION i The Southeast - Quarter tions will permit to low-cost methods are used consider- CALVARY CEMETERY FOR LETTERS OF SUMMARY t S(,uiheast Quarter of meet at MI.  D. bong's the ably better than average yields are ..... ', ADMINISTRATION the East ]=half ofhe next meethag on March 21st. ,abided a slight increase in wheat State of North Dake4m, County of ter aud the Northeast -= ...... T i azlage may be justified.. AnoLher Jan. 1.1928. to Dec. 31. 1928 Walsh ss. In County Court. of Ole I ASLIDf UEOFERFINRING : '!!:t;i 1 !ilt!9!! d T!i7 :!!i; Reee4pts In the mter of the Estate ,he Southeas: Quarter of W O My Certificate of Deposit $200.00 Arneon deceased, in Township 157 North of : h Jan. I By cash on hand 38.42 H. M. Wald-i'en, Petitioner. vs. Agnes} 54 Test. will be foreclosed bY i i May 21. Receipts of Food Sale 40.75 Schumucker. Viola Arneson Olaf)Of thesr premises to bo held (Continued from Page 1) kept this class of wheat definitely on I June 30. Cemetery Special CoN Arneson. Edwin Arneson. Gimt from door of tit,, Court their* last the necessity [or "truth in fabrics"  an export basis and selling at the lection 54.00 t Hayes. Gunhilda Arneson. Nehn:, (' -a !  on. Wa lh Cos n(y legslation. Every farmer in the county lowest prices since the 1923-24 crop Purchase of Lots N. should raise enough hogs for home year. The acreage of hard r,i: Pet. 5. Mrs George Dobmier cheek they cm,.mnt)tion I.f market levels were spring wheat in North Dakota de'Nov. 9. J J. 1)ougherty. check Agnes Thls  sllghtly higher, hogs could be pro-. creased from 5.624.000 acres m 1927 the hstorv oil duccd 0rofitably in this county for  5.301.000 acres in 1928. Total at Crooks. the market. Durum wheat prices m North Da 1928 Disbursements Recommends More Pouitry kota will probably contlntw relative- Am'il 3. To repair Cemetery showed a An increase in poultry and turkey lv low. In areas where high yields of fence. P. C Duff y. check For (-'are of Cemetery an air tight defense Ineduction would b< profitable More amber durmn are secured it may b,'tApril 27. M. F. Kelleher, check COuld no penitrate. 'attention should be given to proper :,s m-ofitable as }mrd sprinp wheatt May 26. M. F. Kelleher was here high housing and care. A state law licens- Production of durum wheat has beenjune 19. M. F. Kelleher four field goals.! In poultry dealers and a bounty o.1 rapidly expanding in the United 3dy 13. M. F. Kelleher Aggtes wltJa four mows were advocated States and Canada. In Italy produc- July 13, Harold Leonard lead changed hands Women who attended the confer- tion is being stinmlated by an in- &fly 30. Ralph Leonard the game niether once for,ned committees on foods, crease in tariff rates and better for- i Aug. 3, M. Kelleher wo point oF,thing and * home management, tiiization methods are being used. The. Sept. 15. M. F. Kelleher Keeping records of clothing expendl- acreage of durum in North Dakota i Sept. 24. Check for Lock and t tures, and planning expenditures increased from a total of 2,727,069 Chain Gate PG FT PF ! :)head were #uggested. The foods acres in 1924 to 4.222.000 acres lh Dec. 31. Balance m bank C D. Farmers Security bank Arneson. a Minor. and Thoma ola. On .March 25. 1929 a Hood as Special Guardian of Nelma M. to sati..fy the sum of 15.00. Arneson. a Minor. Respondents. due llpOll such mortgage on 30.00 The State of North Dakot to the ....... above named Res0ondents: . (late of sale. ;)Iu attorneY's 375.1: You and each of VOU are hereby[ anll costs. cited and required to appear before[ Dated Februtry 13, 1929. the County Court of the County of. OLE J. TtIoRSON, 6.90 alsh in said State. at the office of Mortgag-e the County Judge of said County, at tIAROLI) KING. :2.4. the Court House in the city of Graf- Atoorney for Mortgagt,.. 21.40 ton in said County and State on the 8.0 llth day of March A. D 1929. at the Park River North Dakota. 9.00 hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, IFeb. 14 to March 21. 23.00 of that day, to shoo,, cause, if awr 16.80 you have why the P,,tition of H.M. NOTICE 4.00 Waldren asking that Letters of Sum- 14.60 mary Administration be issued o Ida Notice is iereby given 1.50! Neste on the estate of Ole Arneson. i r,crtgage o[ $.t200.00. deceased, should not be heard and'delivered by Martin. J. 60.57 allowed, and you are hereby notified Mary Krile, his wife. 200.00 that the residence of said decedent at , t;isek Slate Bank. a 1 0 2 committee recommended use of more, 1927 and last year there was a total 1 2-2 0 fruit, whole grain products and water of 5.066.000 acres of durum In the; Total -3".l!the time of h death wins at Park,mortgagee ' dnted January Rh, er, Walsh wounrv Norr, n DaKOta ' , .........  .. 0 1-1 0 in the diet. Schools should serve hot lstate. Tile domestic consumption of Balance of cash on hand consists "ell Let service be macie of this. citation'DeedsHiQ(1 laoftnevalsbOUCeCounty, ....... 0 0 0 dishes to supplement the cold hinchl durum is increasing. Mill grtndinsi a certificate of deposit for $200.00 and as required by law. 0 0 1 the pupils bring for their noon meal. lof durum during the 1927-28 crop year i $60.57 in checking account in Farm- Dated this 20th day of ruary !kta. on August 10. 1916. 0 0 0 More leafy and fresb vegetables shouli totalled 14.600.000 bushels. . rrs Security bank. A D. 1929. in book 86 of Morgages at 4 1-1 1 be consumed. ]flax ! M.A. BIRDER, By the Court: on the following real 0 0 0 Farm homes should be improved by I Present indications are that flax I 46-1t See-Treas. GEORGE SHEPHERD. V/alsh County, North lr PF planting trees, shrubs and flowers. will be a more profitable crop in 192 ....... Judge of the County Court. The Southwest Quartet" of HAROLD KING, 30 in Township 156 North 2 1 $ Water'and sewage systems should be than other spring grown grains under NOTICE TO CItEDITORS Attorney for Petitioner. 2 0 1 zmtalled in the home. also an econo-lcircumstances where better than aver-I 54 West, will be foreclosed 4 O 0 mical refrigerating system. Farm,  age yields are obtained. Nearly 48.- I State of North Dakota. County of Pm:k River. North Dakota. 0 2 I Leasehold and personal accounts 000.000 bushels of flax seed were re- [ Walsh. ss. County Court. SEAL OF COURT) , sale of these premises to In the matter of the Estate of Elisa (Feb. 21-2K 1929.) "(he front door -of the Cos tt @ 0 1 should be kept. quired for commercial use and seed Skjerven, deceased, at Grafton, "Walsh CountY, Aggies jest-. ................... rurposes in the United States dur- Notice is hereby given by Edward NOTICI, Dakota, on March 4, 1929 and clash- ELEVENTH DISTRICT I the year ending Sept. 30. 1. ana Skjerven, administrator of the estate Notice is hereby given that a M. to satisfy the sum of 1 Monday night. BALL TOURNAMENT t even with tle equivalent of produe= of Elias Skjerven. deceased, to the mortgage of $2500.00, executed and due upon such mortgage suffered HERE NEXT WEEKtlon secured from the record acreage creditors of and all persons having delivered by James L. Mastre and date of sale plus was one of. the i of 1924 we wmfld still need to import claims against said deceased to pro- that was (Continued from Page 8) about 14.000.000 bushels. Any change. sent them, with the necessary vouch-[Olga Mastre, his wife, mortgagors, and costs. to Ole J. Thorson, mortgagee, dated Dated January 23. 1929. I ors, to the said administrator, at the I very fl..r, the othez in the high school in the tariff will have a bearinF, ov office of Harold King,at Park River, November 20, 1922 filed in the of- L.R. BAIRD, were ym.. the prices for this year's crop. North Dakota, within six months af- rice of the Register of Deeds of as Receiver of the Pisek Paul Boyd, Captain of the U. N.D. Feed Oro ter the first publication ' of this notice. J Walsh County, orth Dakota, on BaRk, a corporation, l basket bail team, will referee all The decline in horse population ha Notice is further given that the l November 23. 1922. recorded in HARODD KING, l games. Two years-ago Boyd refereed materially reduced the early require- 3rd day of September, 1929, at ten book 101 of mortgages at page !Attorney for Mortgagee. man with the sub-district tournament here to merits of oats. Acreage of oats In o'clock A M.. at the office of the 151, on the following real estate!Park River, North Dakota was high the satisfaction of all interested, and North Dakota decreased from 2,125.- County Judge in the Court House at in Walah County, North Dakota: (Jan. 24 to Feb. 28, 195 locals with 2 has- we look for Paul to repeat. 000 acres in 1927 to 1g34,000 acre, m Grafton, North Dakota. has been fix-  Drawing for places in the toruament 1928. Little if any improvement i ed by said Court as the time and will be held at 12:30 Thursday. / the market for rash barley may be place for hearing and adjusting all claims, A Complete line of /L lO FT PP nine schools are competing, one must expected for the 1929 crop. The acre. Dated this 20 day of February, 2 4-7 I be eliminated in. an or)cuing game age of barley in North Dakota in- 1929. 5 1-1 I Thursday afrnoon creased from 1,663,000 acres in 19 EDWARD SKJ,RVEN. 30 00 31 competeThursdaYin eveningfour games.eight schools will to 2.179.000 acreSpotatoesfOr 1928. HAROLD KING,Administratr HARNESSES 0 0-4 3 Friday afternoon the semi-finals Potato growers in nearly all parts Attorney for Administrator. 1 3,3, F3 ,'ill be played and Priday evening the of the United States suffered such Park River. North Dakota. SWEAT PADS FG P firral game. terrific losses 'from poet-prod.action First publication Februar)." 21 1929. 2 I-1 0 The Thursday afternoon game will in 1928 that there is little probability (Feb. 21-March 7. 1929.) if, fg, , 0 0-4 3 he called at 3:00 P. M.. tlle Thursday that an excessive acreage will b; ........................ 0 0-I 0 evening games will open at 7:00. the planted this season. Last year's ex- STRAPS 0 0 0 semi-finals Friday afternoon begin at perienee need not discourage efficient NOTICE TO CREDITORS State of North Dakota. County of 0 0 1 2:30, and the finals Friday evening a producers of' potatoes in North ha-. 0 0-2 I 17:30. " kota. The acreage of potatoes iul Walsh ss. County Court. In the matter of the F_,state el Jo- 10-42 The final game will probably be pre- this state increased from 113,00 seph W. Novak. deceased, work you will need this spring Umpire--H. Bee. ceded by a consolation game played acres in 1927 to 141,000 acres m 1921. Notice is hereby given by Joseph honday night by the losers of the semi-finals. On ,/an. l. merchantable stocks m F. Novak executor of the estate of for the torn'ha-'. The time schedule of ames looks a ;}North Dakota were estimated to be ,Jo'eDh W Novak. deceased, to the l : 00hieh wili cou,c coufusin00:00 but 00.his unavoi0_,4,000,000 b00shols two milii00u00 ,t..to, s 00,nd ,.ll p00,sons ha.n,00 Collars 9. The latter ame and able from the fact that, the program[ busl'els re'eater han a year ae:o. claims ae'ai)rt :<aid deceased to pro- also. of events varies a the different ses- Beef Cattle sent: tothemthe saidWith executor.the necessarYat, theVUCh'office Blankets sions from one game m four. The outlook for the cattle indus., ez[SHaroJd King at Park River. North TO Admission char-es will be a fo] ,ry continue, favorable with prices Dakota. within six months after the ''"'VWh;S i lows: abou a). the 1)eak of the cycle, bu first lmblication of thi notice. ' SHOW Thursday afternoon: 25c and 35c. this d not appear o be a good Notice is fher given thai: the Thnrsday evenine (4 gamesb: 50e i,]," for new producers to enter i, he I :rd day of 8eptember 1929. at ten Shoes Railroad land 75c. industry. Those already in may pro- i o'clock A M. at the office" of the i1 ha Bring 50cFriday_ afternoon (2 games): 25c and fit by moderate expasion within tile County Judgein ,the Court House at l next two or three years, even though Grafton North Dakota, has been fix- Repalrlnd a specialty Large Crowd ed by said Court as the time and Friday evening (final gmne ar prices may go somewhat lower. The place for hearing and adjusting all Cream Station {probably consolation ame): 25c and number of all catle on farms in claims. unusual en-i0c ' North Dakota increased from a total Dated this 20th day of February special railroad rates. Tile lower admission 0rices are in of 1,0ffL000head Jan. 1 1928.t0 I'- 1929. I F SPORN|TZ speical decorations, at-[every case for students only. 078.000 head Jan. l. 1929, about one JOSEPH F. NOVAK. Executor. pictures, ms- per cent. Average value per head ill hve a place NORTll DAKOTA FARM ]this state Jan. 1, 1928, was $43.70,: IAROLD KING, Attorney for Executor. Park River, N. D. FtfLh Annual OUTLOOK FOR 1929 t cud this increased to $53.80 Jail. l .Park River, North Dakota. , Show be- . ........ 1929. First Publication February 21. 1929. i ,divI- General Outlook "  IIogs __ , as-(. The agricultural situation for the l The hog outlook for 1929 seem. 14th. ast five yb.ars has been marked by a I favorable for producers in ta the an- rising level of prodution and corn- kota. Slaughter in the United States workingo.p.arativestabilityinpricespaidbyisexpectedtobeconsiderably LI00TE tte show. Big crowds farmers for oods and services such er than last year with some imps-eve- as labor, machinew building material Pent in ,foreign demaud and no ms- ill the city and taxes. The agricultural income! terial increase in domestic demand. sh "w IThe seasonal level of hog prices in cars will llave tn NorLh Dakot.a i likely to "; 1929-30 is expected to average higher Grand Theatre ,. ,me inprovemc,', in 1929-30. on those days. The world prices for wheat may discour-J;han in 1928. eaturl two days]age producers all over the world and Sheep "-'" 15th, while the au-!result in higher prices for the 1929 i The outlook for ttie sheep industry ,__ featured on the 16th, l whea crop. Flax continues to be an iu this country during the next few the'first- two days. l attractive alternative for .spring grain l years indicates the need for due cau- entrant to the tomobileerops in suitable areas, tion in :egard to continued expan- have a.n or)ortuntty to[ Judging from recent trends in ten-sion. The last low polnt in sheep / credit on the ptLrchase of oral business atiwity, conmodity i :ltunbers as reached in 1922. There /' mn$oring a I14S. JtkCly hat business actfvitytsibn in flock numbers which is con= P over ll be maintained near the present t tinuing. Ever at somewhat of & in connection level through most of 1929 but-there[reduction in price:;, lambs and wool 1VIi [ 00O"Or nmy be some recession in the latter I will be as profitable as other kinds part of 1929 or eaxly In 1930 similar]Of livestock and livestock products to the recession in 1924 and 1927. J produced in North Dakota. ,Farmers who are planning, new con- Dairy ||m costs are loer. Producers of dairylaveraged about 99 per cent of dom_es-i i t- products, flax and the higher quaiity ltic oonsumption and a prospectlve I of meats should m:tke their phms :itn , foreign supplies limit the level to i when you due regard to the possible effec, of lwhich domestic prices can rise, the. decreased domestic demand on the t,.ituation does not justify more thaizi 'markets for thelr products. Some-,a gradual expansion of dairy herds i T "__l[ overhauled what less foreign competition s to, possibly not mdre thn one per cent / e_,expectedintheprod,mtionof pork,)'er year.o Farmens. have an adant- / Dt y ..EY SEVENTEFJq aeous t)portumty at this time o US wheat, and rye. and more competi- dispose of old cows for beef purposes. t,on. wHl beexpected in corn flax- ,n North Dakota lhe number 0.coWSdecreased.from a total We Guarantee All O aiI[ "..e-d dairy procIuct,v 0.1d WOO]. !and heifers two years old anie'oveP MkI-Win- Credit ke)t for milk l r .... -, evodH o)t!ook is less encourag- of 463.000 iu 1928 to 454.000 in 1929 ! ..... "z Lha: il wa- 12 monttm ago. More or about two pet" cent. The average! .'rt <.rutim, of farmers" applica-lvalne per head Jan 1 1928 w, All kinds of Car andMotor Repairs. Electrical Weldind or 61.00. and th,s mcred-to an aver- , and all kinds of elec(rical work; olderinlj, AcetyI|ne ..... may result from inthethehlghcentralrates i Northa'e of Dakoa$7S'00 pershwsheadauJanlncreasel 1929.o Weldlnd; P|ston and Valve seat Renew|nd; the only place pecially ff the tat- . per cent in the number of Yearling' |I1. Park River to ]lave i! done'. should continue well into heifers being, saved for milk cow ][ YOUr Farm Machinery is out of order, we will [ix it i Poultry and Eggs .'heat ,,.rhDakbtafamersshouldhesit. ] The propectlvesupplyanddem,nd -Win Skjervens Gara: ....... situation indicate  higher l)rices for l'-e to maintain their present wheat)vultry durin the first half of tbe meet-i acreage this year. in spie of the pro- current yourthan prevailed a year that the world supply and! ago, and prices for egg, durin the Phone 133 Park River, N. i). , demand for wheat during the 1929+30th'st six month iower lhan those of se,on may be som,.what more favar- 1928 but higher than tl)ose of 192' of this Sl I0n those re tory Mm "What for your of the e inanity t achicvem been be home to the Legit Ex-Ser, reached committe in loach kin or / Mayor ].ver I ac tentl+an Americar. "The c(qel':ate I" ' WALSH COUNTY PRESS Fe and road -0ndi- able than last season. On farms wherel ANNUAL REPORT OF I CITATION HEARING PETITION i The Southeast - Quarter tions will permit to low-cost methods are used consider- CALVARY CEMETERY FOR LETTERS OF SUMMARY t S(,uiheast Quarter of meet at MI.  D. bong's the ably better than average yields are ..... ', ADMINISTRATION the East ]=half ofhe next meethag on March 21st. ,abided a slight increase in wheat State of North Dake4m, County of ter aud the Northeast -= ...... T i azlage may be justified.. AnoLher Jan. 1.1928. to Dec. 31. 1928 Walsh ss. In County Court. of Ole I ASLIDf UEOFERFINRING : '!!:t;i 1 !ilt!9!! d T!i7 :!!i; Reee4pts In the mter of the Estate ,he Southeas: Quarter of W O My Certificate of Deposit $200.00 Arneon deceased, in Township 157 North of : h Jan. I By cash on hand 38.42 H. M. Wald-i'en, Petitioner. vs. Agnes} 54 Test. will be foreclosed bY i i May 21. Receipts of Food Sale 40.75 Schumucker. Viola Arneson Olaf)Of thesr premises to bo held (Continued from Page 1) kept this class of wheat definitely on I June 30. Cemetery Special CoN Arneson. Edwin Arneson. Gimt from door of tit,, Court their* last the necessity [or "truth in fabrics"  an export basis and selling at the lection 54.00 t Hayes. Gunhilda Arneson. Nehn:, (' -a !  on. Wa lh Cos n(y legslation. Every farmer in the county lowest prices since the 1923-24 crop Purchase of Lots N. should raise enough hogs for home year. The acreage of hard r,i: Pet. 5. Mrs George Dobmier cheek they cm,.mnt)tion I.f market levels were spring wheat in North Dakota de'Nov. 9. J J. 1)ougherty. check Agnes Thls  sllghtly higher, hogs could be pro-. creased from 5.624.000 acres m 1927 the hstorv oil duccd 0rofitably in this county for  5.301.000 acres in 1928. Total at Crooks. the market. Durum wheat prices m North Da 1928 Disbursements Recommends More Pouitry kota will probably contlntw relative- Am'il 3. To repair Cemetery showed a An increase in poultry and turkey lv low. In areas where high yields of fence. P. C Duff y. check For (-'are of Cemetery an air tight defense Ineduction would b< profitable More amber durmn are secured it may b,'tApril 27. M. F. Kelleher, check COuld no penitrate. 'attention should be given to proper :,s m-ofitable as }mrd sprinp wheatt May 26. M. F. Kelleher was here high housing and care. A state law licens- Production of durum wheat has beenjune 19. M. F. Kelleher four field goals.! In poultry dealers and a bounty o.1 rapidly expanding in the United 3dy 13. M. F. Kelleher Aggtes wltJa four mows were advocated States and Canada. In Italy produc- July 13, Harold Leonard lead changed hands Women who attended the confer- tion is being stinmlated by an in- &fly 30. Ralph Leonard the game niether once for,ned committees on foods, crease in tariff rates and better for- i Aug. 3, M. Kelleher wo point oF,thing and * home management, tiiization methods are being used. The. Sept. 15. M. F. Kelleher Keeping records of clothing expendl- acreage of durum in North Dakota i Sept. 24. Check for Lock and t tures, and planning expenditures increased from a total of 2,727,069 Chain Gate PG FT PF ! :)head were #uggested. The foods acres in 1924 to 4.222.000 acres lh Dec. 31. Balance m bank C D. Farmers Security bank Arneson. a Minor. and Thoma ola. On .March 25. 1929 a Hood as Special Guardian of Nelma M. to sati..fy the sum of 15.00. Arneson. a Minor. Respondents. due llpOll such mortgage on 30.00 The State of North Dakot to the ....... above named Res0ondents: . (late of sale. ;)Iu attorneY's 375.1: You and each of VOU are hereby[ anll costs. cited and required to appear before[ Dated Februtry 13, 1929. the County Court of the County of. OLE J. TtIoRSON, 6.90 alsh in said State. at the office of Mortgag-e the County Judge of said County, at tIAROLI) KING. :2.4. the Court House in the city of Graf- Atoorney for Mortgagt,.. 21.40 ton in said County and State on the 8.0 llth day of March A. D 1929. at the Park River North Dakota. 9.00 hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, IFeb. 14 to March 21. 23.00 of that day, to shoo,, cause, if awr 16.80 you have why the P,,tition of H.M. NOTICE 4.00 Waldren asking that Letters of Sum- 14.60 mary Administration be issued o Ida Notice is iereby given 1.50! Neste on the estate of Ole Arneson. i r,crtgage o[ $.t200.00. deceased, should not be heard and'delivered by Martin. J. 60.57 allowed, and you are hereby notified Mary Krile, his wife. 200.00 that the residence of said decedent at , t;isek Slate Bank. a 1 0 2 committee recommended use of more, 1927 and last year there was a total 1 2-2 0 fruit, whole grain products and water of 5.066.000 acres of durum In the; Total -3".l!the time of h death wins at Park,mortgagee ' dnted January Rh, er, Walsh wounrv Norr, n DaKOta ' , .........  .. 0 1-1 0 in the diet. Schools should serve hot lstate. Tile domestic consumption of Balance of cash on hand consists "ell Let service be macie of this. citation'DeedsHiQ(1 laoftnevalsbOUCeCounty, ....... 0 0 0 dishes to supplement the cold hinchl durum is increasing. Mill grtndinsi a certificate of deposit for $200.00 and as required by law. 0 0 1 the pupils bring for their noon meal. lof durum during the 1927-28 crop year i $60.57 in checking account in Farm- Dated this 20th day of ruary !kta. on August 10. 1916. 0 0 0 More leafy and fresb vegetables shouli totalled 14.600.000 bushels. . rrs Security bank. A D. 1929. in book 86 of Morgages at 4 1-1 1 be consumed. ]flax ! M.A. BIRDER, By the Court: on the following real 0 0 0 Farm homes should be improved by I Present indications are that flax I 46-1t See-Treas. GEORGE SHEPHERD. V/alsh County, North lr PF planting trees, shrubs and flowers. will be a more profitable crop in 192 ....... Judge of the County Court. The Southwest Quartet" of HAROLD KING, 30 in Township 156 North 2 1 $ Water'and sewage systems should be than other spring grown grains under NOTICE TO CItEDITORS Attorney for Petitioner. 2 0 1 zmtalled in the home. also an econo-lcircumstances where better than aver-I 54 West, will be foreclosed 4 O 0 mical refrigerating system. Farm,  age yields are obtained. Nearly 48.- I State of North Dakota. County of Pm:k River. North Dakota. 0 2 I Leasehold and personal accounts 000.000 bushels of flax seed were re- [ Walsh. ss. County Court. SEAL OF COURT) , sale of these premises to In the matter of the Estate of Elisa (Feb. 21-2K 1929.) "(he front door -of the Cos tt @ 0 1 should be kept. quired for commercial use and seed Skjerven, deceased, at Grafton, "Walsh CountY, Aggies jest-. ................... rurposes in the United States dur- Notice is hereby given by Edward NOTICI, Dakota, on March 4, 1929 and clash- ELEVENTH DISTRICT I the year ending Sept. 30. 1. ana Skjerven, administrator of the estate Notice is hereby given that a M. to satisfy the sum of 1 Monday night. BALL TOURNAMENT t even with tle equivalent of produe= of Elias Skjerven. deceased, to the mortgage of $2500.00, executed and due upon such mortgage suffered HERE NEXT WEEKtlon secured from the record acreage creditors of and all persons having delivered by James L. Mastre and date of sale plus was one of. the i of 1924 we wmfld still need to import claims against said deceased to pro- that was (Continued from Page 8) about 14.000.000 bushels. Any change. sent them, with the necessary vouch-[Olga Mastre, his wife, mortgagors, and costs. to Ole J. Thorson, mortgagee, dated Dated January 23. 1929. I ors, to the said administrator, at the I very fl..r, the othez in the high school in the tariff will have a bearinF, ov office of Harold King,at Park River, November 20, 1922 filed in the of- L.R. BAIRD, were ym.. the prices for this year's crop. North Dakota, within six months af- rice of the Register of Deeds of as Receiver of the Pisek Paul Boyd, Captain of the U. N.D. Feed Oro ter the first publication ' of this notice. J Walsh County, orth Dakota, on BaRk, a corporation, l basket bail team, will referee all The decline in horse population ha Notice is further given that the l November 23. 1922. recorded in HARODD KING, l games. Two years-ago Boyd refereed materially reduced the early require- 3rd day of September, 1929, at ten book 101 of mortgages at page !Attorney for Mortgagee. man with the sub-district tournament here to merits of oats. Acreage of oats In o'clock A M.. at the office of the 151, on the following real estate!Park River, North Dakota was high the satisfaction of all interested, and North Dakota decreased from 2,125.- County Judge in the Court House at in Walah County, North Dakota: (Jan. 24 to Feb. 28, 195 locals with 2 has- we look for Paul to repeat. 000 acres in 1927 to 1g34,000 acre, m Grafton, North Dakota. has been fix-  Drawing for places in the toruament 1928. Little if any improvement i ed by said Court as the time and will be held at 12:30 Thursday. / the market for rash barley may be place for hearing and adjusting all claims, A Complete line of /L lO FT PP nine schools are competing, one must expected for the 1929 crop. The acre. Dated this 20 day of February, 2 4-7 I be eliminated in. an or)cuing game age of barley in North Dakota in- 1929. 5 1-1 I Thursday afrnoon creased from 1,663,000 acres in 19 EDWARD SKJ,RVEN. 30 00 31 competeThursdaYin eveningfour games.eight schools will to 2.179.000 acreSpotatoesfOr 1928. HAROLD KING,Administratr HARNESSES 0 0-4 3 Friday afternoon the semi-finals Potato growers in nearly all parts Attorney for Administrator. 1 3,3, F3 ,'ill be played and Priday evening the of the United States suffered such Park River. North Dakota. SWEAT PADS FG P firral game. terrific losses 'from poet-prod.action First publication Februar)." 21 1929. 2 I-1 0 The Thursday afternoon game will in 1928 that there is little probability (Feb. 21-March 7. 1929.) if, fg, , 0 0-4 3 he called at 3:00 P. M.. tlle Thursday that an excessive acreage will b; ........................ 0 0-I 0 evening games will open at 7:00. the planted this season. Last year's ex- STRAPS 0 0 0 semi-finals Friday afternoon begin at perienee need not discourage efficient NOTICE TO CREDITORS State of North Dakota. County of 0 0 1 2:30, and the finals Friday evening a producers of' potatoes in North ha-. 0 0-2 I 17:30. " kota. The acreage of potatoes iul Walsh ss. County Court. In the matter of the F_,state el Jo- 10-42 The final game will probably be pre- this state increased from 113,00 seph W. Novak. deceased, work you will need this spring Umpire--H. Bee. ceded by a consolation game played acres in 1927 to 141,000 acres m 1921. Notice is hereby given by Joseph honday night by the losers of the semi-finals. On ,/an. l. merchantable stocks m F. Novak executor of the estate of for the torn'ha-'. The time schedule of ames looks a ;}North Dakota were estimated to be ,Jo'eDh W Novak. deceased, to the l : 00hieh wili cou,c coufusin00:00 but 00.his unavoi0_,4,000,000 b00shols two milii00u00 ,t..to, s 00,nd ,.ll p00,sons ha.n,00 Collars 9. The latter ame and able from the fact that, the program[ busl'els re'eater han a year ae:o. claims ae'ai)rt :<aid deceased to pro- also. of events varies a the different ses- Beef Cattle sent: tothemthe saidWith executor.the necessarYat, theVUCh'office Blankets sions from one game m four. The outlook for the cattle indus., ez[SHaroJd King at Park River. North TO Admission char-es will be a fo] ,ry continue, favorable with prices Dakota. within six months after the ''"'VWh;S i lows: abou a). the 1)eak of the cycle, bu first lmblication of thi notice. ' SHOW Thursday afternoon: 25c and 35c. this d not appear o be a good Notice is fher given thai: the Thnrsday evenine (4 gamesb: 50e i,]," for new producers to enter i, he I :rd day of 8eptember 1929. at ten Shoes Railroad land 75c. industry. Those already in may pro- i o'clock A M. at the office" of the i1 ha Bring 50cFriday_ afternoon (2 games): 25c and fit by moderate expasion within tile County Judgein ,the Court House at l next two or three years, even though Grafton North Dakota, has been fix- Repalrlnd a specialty Large Crowd ed by said Court as the time and Friday evening (final gmne ar prices may go somewhat lower. The place for hearing and adjusting all Cream Station {probably consolation ame): 25c and number of all catle on farms in claims. unusual en-i0c ' North Dakota increased from a total Dated this 20th day of February special railroad rates. Tile lower admission 0rices are in of 1,0ffL000head Jan. 1 1928.t0 I'- 1929. I F SPORN|TZ speical decorations, at-[every case for students only. 078.000 head Jan. l. 1929, about one JOSEPH F. NOVAK. Executor. pictures, ms- per cent. Average value per head ill hve a place NORTll DAKOTA FARM ]this state Jan. 1, 1928, was $43.70,: IAROLD KING, Attorney for Executor. Park River, N. D. FtfLh Annual OUTLOOK FOR 1929 t cud this increased to $53.80 Jail. l .Park River, North Dakota. , Show be- . ........ 1929. First Publication February 21. 1929. i ,divI- General Outlook "  IIogs __ , as-(. The agricultural situation for the l The hog outlook for 1929 seem. 14th. ast five yb.ars has been marked by a I favorable for producers in ta the an- rising level of prodution and corn- kota. Slaughter in the United States workingo.p.arativestabilityinpricespaidbyisexpectedtobeconsiderably LI00TE tte show. Big crowds farmers for oods and services such er than last year with some imps-eve- as labor, machinew building material Pent in ,foreign demaud and no ms- ill the city and taxes. The agricultural income! terial increase in domestic demand. sh "w IThe seasonal level of hog prices in cars will llave tn NorLh Dakot.a i likely to "; 1929-30 is expected to average higher Grand Theatre ,. ,me inprovemc,', in 1929-30. on those days. The world prices for wheat may discour-J;han in 1928. eaturl two days]age producers all over the world and Sheep "-'" 15th, while the au-!result in higher prices for the 1929 i The outlook for ttie sheep industry ,__ featured on the 16th, l whea crop. Flax continues to be an iu this country during the next few the'first- two days. l attractive alternative for .spring grain l years indicates the need for due cau- entrant to the tomobileerops in suitable areas, tion in :egard to continued expan- have a.n or)ortuntty to[ Judging from recent trends in ten-sion. The last low polnt in sheep / credit on the ptLrchase of oral business atiwity, conmodity i :ltunbers as reached in 1922. There /' mn$oring a I14S. JtkCly hat business actfvitytsibn in flock numbers which is con= P over ll be maintained near the present t tinuing. Ever at somewhat of & in connection level through most of 1929 but-there[reduction in price:;, lambs and wool 1VIi [ 00O"Or nmy be some recession in the latter I will be as profitable as other kinds part of 1929 or eaxly In 1930 similar]Of livestock and livestock products to the recession in 1924 and 1927. J produced in North Dakota. ,Farmers who are planning, new con- Dairy ||m costs are loer. Producers of dairylaveraged about 99 per cent of dom_es-i i t- products, flax and the higher quaiity ltic oonsumption and a prospectlve I of meats should m:tke their phms :itn , foreign supplies limit the level to i when you due regard to the possible effec, of lwhich domestic prices can rise, the. decreased domestic demand on the t,.ituation does not justify more thaizi 'markets for thelr products. Some-,a gradual expansion of dairy herds i T "__l[ overhauled what less foreign competition s to, possibly not mdre thn one per cent / e_,expectedintheprod,mtionof pork,)'er year.o Farmens. have an adant- / Dty ..EY SEVENTEFJq aeous t)portumty at this time o US wheat, and rye. and more competi- dispose of old cows for beef purposes. t,on. wHl beexpected in corn flax- ,n North Dakota lhe number 0.coWSdecreased.from a total We Guarantee All O aiI[ "..e-d dairy procIuct,v 0.1d WOO]. !and heifers two years old anie'oveP MkI-Win- Credit ke)t for milk l r .... -, evodH o)t!ook is less encourag- of 463.000 iu 1928 to 454.000 in 1929 ! ..... "z Lha: il wa- 12 monttm ago. More or about two pet" cent. The average! .'rt <.rutim, of farmers" applica-lvalne per head Jan 1 1928 w, All kinds of Car andMotor Repairs. Electrical Weldind or 61.00. and th,s mcred-to an aver- , and all kinds of elec(rical work; olderinlj, AcetyI|ne ..... may result from inthethehlghcentralrates i Northa'e of Dakoa$7S'00 pershwsheadauJanlncreasel 1929.o Weldlnd; P|ston and Valve seat Renew|nd; the only place pecially ff the tat- . per cent in the number of Yearling' |I1. Park River to ]lave i! done'. should continue well into heifers being, saved for milk cow ][ YOUr Farm Machinery is out of order, we will [ix it i Poultry and Eggs .'heat ,,.rhDakbtafamersshouldhesit. ] The propectlvesupplyanddem,nd -Win Skjervens Gara: ....... situation indicate  higher l)rices for l'-e to maintain their present wheat)vultry durin the first half of tbe meet-i acreage this year. in spie of the pro- current yourthan prevailed a year that the world supply and! ago, and prices for egg, durin the Phone 133 Park River, N. i). , demand for wheat during the 1929+30th'st six month iower lhan those of se,on may be som,.what more favar- 1928 but higher than tl)ose of 192' of this Sl I0n those re tory Mm "What for your of the e inanity t achicvem been be home to the Legit Ex-Ser, reached committe in loach kin or / Mayor ].ver I ac tentl+an Americar. "The c(qel':ate I"