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the capture of a Harris sparrow in.a trap April 15. This is remarkably I early for that species and no doubt it 1 loss tO agricul- was a bird which had become separ-I ated frota the rest of Its kind and I agaltmt injurious gone on ahead with a flock of .some[ ..estimate is based on a different kind of birds. The writer basis of an average of found two-white-throated sparrows It1 t all farm the same manner on April 22. There livestock accxling to Prof. should begin to appear in numbers Mmn'o, entomologist, North Da- a week later, the Harris sparrows fo- Agricultural college. On this lowing a few days behind them. Munro elmates chat in- Three very prominent American a damage of overS40,- attthorlties on bird life have passed each year to the agricultrv away during the last three months. North Dakota. These flgur do Dr. Johnathan Dwight of New York. into consideration the expen- who died February 22, was well known poison sprays and varlo for studies on the plumage changes insecticides used for the control of birds. He published important insects nor do they consider the papers also upon gulls, ducks and the in applying these on horned larks. measures. Edward Howe Forbush of Massa- use of artificial control ,nes- chusetts has been very widely known to check the damage caused for his studies on the food habits of pests is very necessary, ac- J:u'ds. His book. "Useful Birds and to Mr. Munro, because na- their Protection," has been one of the factors which include leading reference works in this field, ] and the weather are At the time of his death on Marcn complete checks on insect 7 he had practically finished a threll Many of the birds in- volume work upon the birds of New I a.s a large portion of England. food, but when serious insec On March 25 occ uTed the death oft occur in sections of the 17obert Ridway, curator of birds in the birds axe not presen' in the National Museum at Washington, numbors to cause an effec- D. C. Mr Rldgway had been ac- knowledged the foremost writer on of the harmful Insects that cl,ssification of birds in America for in Norh Dakota and the nmny years, His "Birds of North and r  a whole reproduce at an Middle America" is final authority on rate. especally under Ihe subject. supply and weather ---__ A-good instance of this I insect reprodnc- i bY reciting a'n i Court Notes !i Of the Green Bug which at , County has been a pest in some areas Under ideal condl- I April 22--In the estate of Joseph devsloped female in the Smagors. incompetent Sixth annual f three summer months could accounv of total of 731,000.000.000 Oreenti,.sued and guardian filed. Citation hearing set for May 3, 1929 p.m. at 2 0utstandinig crop inspect pests t April 22--In the estate of tared or the 0a,t few- ] Chounard. incompetent. Sixth an- the wire worm. cut-r:ua I account of guardian filed. Cita- wheat stem saw fly. potato, 1 one of the most ersmve of I 2. 1929 at 2 p. m, s "" tion issued and hearing set. for May in common use, and the I April 23In the estate of William of a single cap wtll blow a! a steel plate ne'six" t veyanceMCKay' deceased. Petition for con-Cn" of real estate sold under 1 n inch thick, and can tract filed, together with waiver of I" Off a child's hand. , hearing and consent by all parties In-1 caps are too dangerous terested. Decree entered directing I play With. When a conveyance of real estate sold under and starts to in- contract. it is a miracle if he does April 24--In the estate of Melvin hurt:" and Marie Sholy, minors. Sixth an- - " i nual account of guardian filed. Ci- DAKOTA I]t[RD NOTES ] tation issued and hearing set for May ?By O. A. 8teven 9, 1929 at 10 a. m. I April 21 was a ime of April 24--In the estate of ledllla bird. ,Secord,] minor, Fifth annual account departure for the of guardian filed, more Patrs. On[ April 25--In the estate of Dagne VI. numbers f]ger. deceased. Last will and testa- s, song s r-]ment together with petition for ad-] , ad .been obo [mission of will to probate and appoint-! Iew or*any of ling executor filed. Citation issuect the next day tho tan d hearing set for May 21. 1929 at L f robins were seen which o. m. migrating. birds which are 15 or 20 yetlow. Mlnot. Fargo and 21 : vesper sparrow 18. April 21; April 25. 1929. In the estate of l Gunder Erikstad deceased. Petition By widow to set apart homestead. Per- ! sonal exemptions and family allow- ance and aoprowng iRventory filed Citg, tion iued and hearing set for , May 14. 1929 at 10 a. m. Jamestown April AI'ritnl! April 26--In tile estaLeo, Amelia.M. ")hbe Miuot ::" - ' .Lofbhus deceased Original notice ot ' ;1121 M;tJble; lsale of real estate at public sale fi,-- -- " .... led affidavit of notice of sale of reaI hrgu,Val: oAnPvl/: e r;ie.%ate at public sale and report or th-----" "" :[ tale flied together with bid for /;T;o.W,7:2t,lOo Order onter cormi, s,o . "' nrtof real estate in all respects as re- of water birds ,qI ported, Frank J." Vegtasa or! April 27--In the estate of Bonnie Wsh county: whistling!l.varp, a minor. Petition for ap- nmrganer, ringueck-ipomrmenr of guardian for minor with b .... nomination by minor and consent of superman.  father. Hearing forthwith. Order gOlden-eye ducks ou ! gulls, entered appointing guardian as pray- Pied*billed grebe, black ed for in petition and fixing bond at $500.00. scaup, lesser scaup teal on April at Argusville add, April 18. bittern and co? that on April 13 rlngbiIied gull, shoveler Somewhere Else--The wife of a famous English Bishop--whom we shall call John Smith---was recently ery ill, and required a serious opera- lion. As she recovered from the dttcks for the first ,esthettc. she s heard to murmur: "Am I in Heaven? Am I in Heaveu? at Jamestown re-INo, there's John," # the time to attend to that repair work you have been waltln to have done We Repair Everything and Nachinery a Specia!W e Welding River - WALm  m BUILD IN YOUR T( ,WN to BUILD YOUR TOWN ]']VERY new home, every new Park River or at its borders, munity Growth. building, within the heart of s a step toward Greater Cdm- As each new large structure rears its head toward the skies, our Civic Pride is aroused--for we know that more buildings mean more industries, more people, more wealth, " more artistic achieve- ment. . D When you build in Park River you are helping to BUILD YOUR TOWN. Build your business and its home here. We stand ready to cooperate by giving the best possible service at the low- est possible charges, thus doing our share to" encourage building for the future of Park River and its r'esidents. The followind business and pr [essional inter. ests will serve you HAROLD KING l.awyer FARMERS SECURITY BANK Henry Dencker, Pres. C.P. O'Brien, Cashier G. J. Mauritson, Asst. Cashier DR. P. J. ROSE Dentist FIRST NATIONAL BANK Karl J. Farup, Pres. K.D. Bennett, Cashier M. B. Hoimquist, Asst. Cashier Dr. F. E. WEED Physician and Surlleon }'ark Ri}er, N. D. PARK RIVER'S NEW POOL HALL Smokes, Soft Drinks, Candy LI,OYD W. HARRIS, Proprietor PARK RIVER BAKERY J. H. Mher, Prop. O'BRIEN & RENGLE Ciliars, Candy, Soft Drinks, Meals, Luuches CiTY CAFE Meals and Lunches N.H. Ferliuson, Prop. The Corner Barber 8hop and Bath L. Pritchard, Prop. I. F. 8PORNITZ Harness, Saddles, and Shoes Cream Station in connection MASLO8KI BARBER 8HOP Joe Masloski. Prop. GATE8 POOL HALL Complete line of Candy, lee Cream, Cold Drinks, Cidarettea, Clliars and Tabacco. GATES & SON, Proprietors 00embers Park River Civic and Community Club, Park River the capture of a Harris sparrow in.a trap April 15. This is remarkably I early for that species and no doubt it 1 loss tO agricul- was a bird which had become separ-I ated frota the rest of Its kind and I agaltmt injurious gone on ahead with a flock of .some[ ..estimate is based on a different kind of birds. The writer basis of an average of found two-white-throated sparrows It1 t all farm the same manner on April 22. There livestock accxling to Prof. should begin to appear in numbers Mmn'o, entomologist, North Da- a week later, the Harris sparrows fo- Agricultural college. On this lowing a few days behind them. Munro elmates chat in- Three very prominent American a damage of overS40,- attthorlties on bird life have passed each year to the agricultrv away during the last three months. North Dakota. These flgur do Dr. Johnathan Dwight of New York. into consideration the expen- who died February 22, was well known poison sprays and varlo for studies on the plumage changes insecticides used for the control of birds. He published important insects nor do they consider the papers also upon gulls, ducks and the in applying these on horned larks. measures. Edward Howe Forbush of Massa- use of artificial control ,nes- chusetts has been very widely known to check the damage caused for his studies on the food habits of pests is very necessary, ac- J:u'ds. His book. "Useful Birds and to Mr. Munro, because na- their Protection," has been one of the factors which include leading reference works in this field, ] and the weather are At the time of his death on Marcn complete checks on insect 7 he had practically finished a threll Many of the birds in- volume work upon the birds of New I a.s a large portion of England. food, but when serious insec On March 25 occ uTed the death oft occur in sections of the 17obert Ridway, curator of birds in the birds axe not presen' in the National Museum at Washington, numbors to cause an effec- D. C. Mr Rldgway had been ac- knowledged the foremost writer on of the harmful Insects that cl,ssification of birds in America for in Norh Dakota and the nmny years, His "Birds of North and r  a whole reproduce at an Middle America" is final authority on rate. especally under Ihe subject. supply and weather ---__ A-good instance of this I insect reprodnc- i bY reciting a'n i Court Notes !i Of the Green Bug which at , County has been a pest in some areas Under ideal condl- I April 22--In the estate of Joseph devsloped female in the Smagors. incompetent Sixth annual f three summer months could accounv of total of 731,000.000.000 Oreenti,.sued and guardian filed. Citation hearing set for May 3, 1929 p.m. at 2 0utstandinig crop inspect pests t April 22--In the estate of tared or the 0a,t few- ] Chounard. incompetent. Sixth an- the wire worm. cut-r:ua I account of guardian filed. Cita- wheat stem saw fly. potato, 1 one of the most ersmve of I 2. 1929 at 2 p. m, s "" tion issued and hearing set. for May in common use, and the I April 23In the estate of William of a single cap wtll blow a! a steel plate ne'six" t veyanceMCKay' deceased. Petition for con-Cn" of real estate sold under 1 n inch thick, and can tract filed, together with waiver of I" Off a child's hand. , hearing and consent by all parties In-1 caps are too dangerous terested. Decree entered directing I play With. When a conveyance of real estate sold under and starts to in- contract. it is a miracle if he does April 24--In the estate of Melvin hurt:" and Marie Sholy, minors. Sixth an- - " i nual account of guardian filed. Ci- DAKOTA I]t[RD NOTES ] tation issued and hearing set for May ?By O. A. 8teven 9, 1929 at 10 a. m. I April 21 was a ime of April 24--In the estate of ledllla bird. ,Secord,] minor, Fifth annual account departure for the of guardian filed, more Patrs. On[ April 25--In the estate of Dagne VI. numbers f]ger. deceased. Last will and testa- s, song s r-]ment together with petition for ad-] , ad .been obo [mission of will to probate and appoint-! Iew or*any of ling executor filed. Citation issuect the next day tho tan d hearing set for May 21. 1929 at L f robins were seen which o. m. migrating. birds which are 15 or 20 yetlow. Mlnot. Fargo and 21 : vesper sparrow 18. April 21; April 25. 1929. In the estate of l Gunder Erikstad deceased. Petition By widow to set apart homestead. Per- ! sonal exemptions and family allow- ance and aoprowng iRventory filed Citg, tion iued and hearing set for , May 14. 1929 at 10 a. m. Jamestown April AI'ritnl! April 26--In tile estaLeo, Amelia.M. ")hbe Miuot ::" - ' .Lofbhus deceased Original notice ot ' ;1121 M;tJble; lsale of real estate at public sale fi,-- -- " .... led affidavit of notice of sale of reaI hrgu,Val: oAnPvl/: e r;ie.%ate at public sale and report or th-----" "" :[ tale flied together with bid for /;T;o.W,7:2t,lOo Order onter cormi, s,o . "' nrtof real estate in all respects as re- of water birds ,qI ported, Frank J." Vegtasa or! April 27--In the estate of Bonnie Wsh county: whistling!l.varp, a minor. Petition for ap- nmrganer, ringueck-ipomrmenr of guardian for minor with b .... nomination by minor and consent of superman.  father. Hearing forthwith. Order gOlden-eye ducks ou ! gulls, entered appointing guardian as pray- Pied*billed grebe, black ed for in petition and fixing bond at $500.00. scaup, lesser scaup teal on April at Argusville add, April 18. bittern and co? that on April 13 rlngbiIied gull, shoveler Somewhere Else--The wife of a famous English Bishop--whom we shall call John Smith---was recently ery ill, and required a serious opera- lion. As she recovered from the dttcks for the first ,esthettc. she s heard to murmur: "Am I in Heaven? Am I in Heaveu? at Jamestown re-INo, there's John," # the time to attend to that repair work you have been waltln to have done We Repair Everything and Nachinery a Specia!W e Welding River - WALm  m BUILD IN YOUR T( ,WN to BUILD YOUR TOWN ]']VERY new home, every new Park River or at its borders, munity Growth. building, within the heart of s a step toward Greater Cdm- As each new large structure rears its head toward the skies, our Civic Pride is aroused--for we know that more buildings mean more industries, more people, more wealth, " more artistic achieve- ment. . D When you build in Park River you are helping to BUILD YOUR TOWN. Build your business and its home here. We stand ready to cooperate by giving the best possible service at the low- est possible charges, thus doing our share to" encourage building for the future of Park River and its r'esidents. The followind business and pr [essional inter. ests will serve you HAROLD KING l.awyer FARMERS SECURITY BANK Henry Dencker, Pres. C.P. O'Brien, Cashier G. J. Mauritson, Asst. Cashier DR. P. J. ROSE Dentist FIRST NATIONAL BANK Karl J. Farup, Pres. K.D. Bennett, Cashier M. B. Hoimquist, Asst. Cashier Dr. F. E. WEED Physician and Surlleon }'ark Ri}er, N. D. PARK RIVER'S NEW POOL HALL Smokes, Soft Drinks, Candy LI,OYD W. HARRIS, Proprietor PARK RIVER BAKERY J. H. Mher, Prop. O'BRIEN & RENGLE Ciliars, Candy, Soft Drinks, Meals, Luuches CiTY CAFE Meals and Lunches N.H. Ferliuson, Prop. The Corner Barber 8hop and Bath L. Pritchard, Prop. I. F. 8PORNITZ Harness, Saddles, and Shoes Cream Station in connection MASLO8KI BARBER 8HOP Joe Masloski. Prop. GATE8 POOL HALL Complete line of Candy, lee Cream, Cold Drinks, Cidarettea, Clliars and Tabacco. GATES & SON, Proprietors 00embers Park River Civic and Community Club, Park River