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OF POTATOES Potatoes for Rhizoc- toes, because control of Rhizoctontq I pomzd to fifteen 8I1o of wator or i with this expensive mm+rial was not completely successful. I control is necessary ta Corrosive Sublimate--4 ounces to 2B I Yields of clean smooth gallons watermis effective in the con- I , if it does not trol of this disease. Corrosive subll- / whole plant, will work mate taken internally is a deadly pol* | cutting off stolen .un to humans and animals. The so- Wlth the result that but lution should be changed every third ..... THE WEEK ["That&apos;s making a hole in one" :,tronger rJaz one pomza r,o tam gal. I ]By Barn'! wm " I r ..... ' ions wate. Do not soak the potatoes , | Notice is hereby less than one hour or more than two l -- -" "-  t G,_s ver'nr Snaier Is all..ready to Pz.ge of $30@0.00, exeeu hours. He has found fairly good!._ uontmuea, zr0m page two l farm storage plmoney el by Iver Iverson control in fifteen minutes, for surfacel me earn and .een wanton; ye lave! n_ e'eryt.hing. The farmer only ia son, hls wife, mors, ............. nourlsnea yourtlearts as in a day m pay msurance, Interest oveth vtnizoc ou nnas one nour necesmcyl sl a . . oft, . " eal Burke --' ............ uglaer Ye have condemed and nd tares on the grain and the mortgagee, dated Mar zor alseases m cuts or oner amag- ,... " . I , Cent filed in the office of the Re ........... mmd the just and he doth not reslsJ of inspection and take a clmnce on ect potatoes. 'oames aitoweu o soa  " l)eds of Walsh County, tubers are eventually lef batch of potatoes as it weakens |n for 12 hours in this solution were Pla4t. Practically all the use. dmaged 30 per cent in stand. formed by a vigorous top 'It D Long seed sneclalist working Whole potatoes can be treate to be deposited in theso[, " ' ' *" : ' - - weeks ahead of planting but should With the result that these l nero w.h the Northeastern urecd-. over size hollow i era Association, has conducted some be dried by letting the sacks stand rough and growth- Another contributing cause I altion is too small a seed I h may cause a miss or pro- a single stem resulting iu SPace and over-development was lost in Walsh Season in the use of th dUSts treating-seed pots- UI. V. S. IRVINE PhYttb and Surgeon al Residence over Drug Store River, N. Dak. I). F. E. WEED and Surgeon ', N. Da hR. p. j. ROSE DENTIST in Uion Block Rb. N. Dak. ) O. SAUER of Chiropractic _ Tel. call 162 Uffle in Residence e Mai Street et, N. Dak. KING LAWYER Walstrom Bnilding N. Dak. Eye-Service Pays" G. Hendrickson OPTOMETRIST 6 No. 4th St. "No, Dak to Porte-Hendrickson I)AHL & CO. utractor and Builders Raising & Repairing Mason Work Furnished Phone 20I N. Dak. MEBERG CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Estimates Furnished N. Dak. c',periments with the forradehyde in a breeze. Potatoes which are cut t, cament. He has found that the and then treated should be plantecl c:ginal formula 1 pound to 30 gallons I immediately as mo growers know water is not effective in Rhizoc con. that cut potatoes which are left stand- trol and that is the reason tlat the./ing in sacks for any length of time treatment has been abandoned for po- I are liable to heat and spoil. at<ca over the U. S. However, he h. l The solution nee not be change5, made tests on different strengths an'i simply add the same strength when length of time treatments, and has lyou need more. had very good results with 1 pound Do not be stingy with your seed formaldehyde to 10 gallons water n piece---make it a solid chunky two- k;'/.,;ng these surface diseases on the ounce block. Run your planter slow. orato. If the tubers are sprouted !but with a faster sprocket if necessary half inch or more these sprout tips to place one plant per foot. Make a r- killed, but not as much set-bck, few counts when they coe up to see as with corrosive. Germination of "he new sprouts are prompt, startmg to appear within forty-eight hours af-t cr treatment Cost of treatment is cheap and absolute exactness is not necessary, but certain precautions are necessary to observe: Do not have your solution weaker that 1 (one) THEe. I. TORGERS}N Painter and Paperhanger Free Estimates Furnished Phone 203 Park River, No. Dk. OLAF LIEN CARPENTER AND BUILDER CABINET SHOP if you have 100 plants per 100 feet of row. By Nancy Hart Park River, N. Dak. E. IIERWICK CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Park River, N. Dak. PARK RIVER FURNITURE CO FUNEIkL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMEB Phone lO Motor Hearse Park River, N. Dak. ' i The Frederick Hotel 0 .Grand Fork's Pop/hr Boms from $1 to William C. Imtmer, Prop. Grm Forks, N. D. N "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST I safe by milIlons and prescribed by physicians fox Headache Neutis Lumbago Neuralgia Toothache Rheumatism NOT AFFECT THE HEART gay floral chintzes and linens are oodalmost necessary to give tbel com variety and warmth of color. [ In a combination of Itterns, two of the same kind should not be used together so that both struggle fort lpremacy. This is to say--if the p,per is scenic a similar subject In cirapery fabric would not be harmoni- ous. while a linen hi a diagonal Peat ` ] ern-in related colors would be - cellent, All-Spring Foods Stuffed Eggs Cream of parsley soup Braised lamb New potatoes Creamed spring cabbage Endlve--Russian dressing Strawberry short cak Coffee "A Meat Course That's Different Wash two small calf hearts, re- move large veins, sprinkle inside wlth salt and pepper and insert following v.luffing: l minced onion, 2 cups bread crumbs, I cup stock, I tablespoon par- .Iey, Vz is. salt, A ts. pepper, 1 tbls. bacon fat. 2 tbls. butter, 1 tbl. minced c.lery, 2 is. A-I sauce. Lard wltll bacon, dred.e with flour, sear on all ide: then add 2 CUDS wator or stock i a:d cook slowly until tender. you." , ' This is the prosperity of crime Put up more electric chairs and s,t up the whipping post and hurry the inevitable conflict. They are futile weapons for the defense' of the rich in his possessions. Then to make It certaln who must respect law, Attor- ney General Mitchell advises Pres- dent Hoover hat the statue of 1789. i ' Our ups ann aowns: Farm re!in; I which forbids appointing any man comes up, price of wheat goes down! Secretary of the Treasury who is dl- , rectly or indirectly interested in busl-[ MUCH INSURANCE ness of trade, does not apply to An- drew Mellonl , Notice the varymg emotions wlth which Senators Froster and Nye view- ed the gold brick farm relief bill? i i Frazier in effect said: "It's what l i expected." Nye said: "It's not what I _ expected." But Nyc evidently saw I I the gold brick was all that would be 1 I given so he backed John Lee Coulter' for a $12,000 job on the Farm Board. Perhaps he had this thought in mind: "If that's the ,sort of law it is, Coul- ter's that sort of a man." It may even If you are following the vogue for i be possible that he figured some relier papered walls and redecorating in l for North Dakota. farmers by getting Coulter out of the state, at a bargain. ,his medium--be sure to study the i There are small reliefs and great effect carefully before picking out t curtain materials---and choose ,some-/nes" We take a half loaf when they wont give us the key to the bakery thing that flt into- the picture, t ' Do not let the draperies strike a| . . .  harsh color note that will either dye:-t Senator rorec of South Dakota balance the color in the rest of the ]knows how to be sarcastic when the room or be too sharp in contrast with l ccasin calls for it: "The President's program is a good one and has beeul it. Two or three harmonizing colors, l wel 1 stated, As to frm relief, Mr. 1 or  plain tone sha,ing softly into an important color found in the paper t Hver shows as much sympathy for! usually make the curtains part of th:thel farmer as did President Coolidgei wall scheme, land has stated his position fully as I With stripped or two-toned papers well." As the golfer would say,' premacy. That is to say--if the paper flow to Can Rhubarb Cut young tender z'hubarb in snall pieces without Peeling. Pack in jars. fill to overflowing with cold water and seal with new rubbers on Jars. Let stand 2 hours. Drain water from Jar, fi!l to overflowing with fresh cold water and let stand 24 hours again. Drain. refill With fresh Cold water and seal permanently. NOTICE I have added an auto top andcurtain machine to my equipment and will repair auto tops and curtains, First class work at a reasonable price. I. F. SPORNIIZ Harness sad Shoe Cream Station We'll ttz at Once" And you may be sure you are hearing the truth when the rna at our end of the wire says that. We realize tat when a plumber is needed, he is need. ed quickly. We get him to you qu/ekly. Our work 18 expert, our rtes low. Try u out and you will Find that when we fix thlaE they stay fixed. We are ready at any moment t tadlde emy Job, bhr or smsU Just give us a ring at Pbo 22B whem you need plumbing work done. IF'. C, DUFFY Dealer In Nationa Mazda Eleelrie lumps For Farm aad City Idghtia Plumbing and Heating PARK RIVER N DAK THE PROHIBITION ISSUE , Continued from page two aLxInst their rule;, it is up to him to keep the people divided so as to in,ure his re-election; the prohibition |sue serves admirably for this pur- pose. Already a reaction against pro, hibition was setting in and his latest mve is to counteract it. Hoover's ciuty is plainly set before him. The great questions of the day: the farm. rol$1em, :.the urmploymen problem, the international questions. the educational, moral and social is- sues. all will remain unsettled, drift- ing from bad to worse, until the fin- u! crash comes, How can you expect an addnistra. | The life Insurance business is pros- perous in North Dakota. Figures for 1928, compiled by insurance Commis- sioner S. A. Olsness show that 2539 policies totalling $50,050,500.75 were written during the last calendar year. lion of feudal lords, a congress it he price deeAlnlng. Be a sport, ,!:'. Farmer, and step up and take a whirl 118': Onof MarChMortgaFe3, 1928,Deeds at page 535 at the new device If he is to get t, 2ze folowhg real estate in the United States Senate on schedulcCounty, North Dakota: in 1932 you will have to show some interest in him and his scheme or he ! r, Thein TownshipSOUtheast15'/QuarterNorth offRage may get, discouraged and leave you West. will be oreelosecl by sale flat, or if you will lmve i that way, these premir, e, to be held at the flatter than ever door of the Oourt House at Xorth Dakota. on May 13, I925 2:00 p M. to satisfy the sum $3216.00 due upon such mortgage o the da of sam plus attorney's and costs Dated March 30. 1929. Mo HAROLD KING, " Attorney for Mortgagee, Park River, North Dakota. April 4. to May 9, I. Doctor Found What is Best for Thin, Constipated People h a family dtor .t Motieello, llllno/s, _the whole human body, not ll of it, Ws Dr. ttld- . , ,__. More than haft his calm Were  Women, eLildren and babie They a the omm most o. a sick. ]ot their illmm wra ly of a minor $, rs,.  b/ltoummm--,md m of umz requtr  & tlmk evation.  were . n the course ot ht  yrp (he was grlul from Rm _ edleal Oolk  ia 1875), he  a xl &sl o nem in mzeh  wt a' lmltoa of his owa m !psm. Jn 1892 he derided to use this formula ia he manufacture of a medicine to be known ss Dr. Oddmdl's 8yr Pepsin, and in that r his pre'emption was first placed the market. The preparation immediately had Im  a success in the drug ktore D t previously had in his private preetiee. Now, the third geners.. lion is using it. Mothers are giving it to Uadr ehiMrn who were given . t.. ry so me.worng Gay Someone rome- ere Is goin into a dra store to _ bey it. Milhons of bottls o Dr. aldwl's Syrup P,psln are tieing meda year. It great success is based on merit, repeated buying, on one satisfied telling another. Thsre are Lhou- roads of bom in this country that axe never without a bottle of Dr. Caklwe]l' rup l'ei  : .....  .:'.:..:.:-: ''.  : : >.::: i:i:: AT AG[[ 63 arsvefgotten many hundreds of  rein grateful people tellimt tel : that it helped them when e et fled. E.ver drug stem sells Dr, wen s yrup Pepsin. Keep a lmtUO m your aome,wbere many IP someone is sure to need it quie!dy. We would be g!l to i;e  Iffe at, our expense how much ,, amwell s Syrup Pepsin can laee you_ad yours. ust wrfet vrup Pepsin," Monticello, Illlnoi an we will send you prepaid . The Builcli.00 of Resources The United States is wealthy in productivity. AnT able-bodied person can earn fair compensation and a good livelihood. Because some are dependent in Lter yem, Is not due to the lack of money they have earned; but be- cause it was not properly taken care of. Build your resources on a basis that will mak, e them useful to-you. The First National Bank offers you facilities for this pro'pose, and you are invited to u,' them. - = First National Bank Park River. N. D. Karl J. Farup, PreSident. IL D, Bennett, Cashier. "Home,a the Far-Raehintl Srvi' . : Sec y an flunkies, with the minds of feua, Farmers urit B k:: The Home Ccn*xolled Bank serfs to grapple with-those vital ques- tions and settle them in the interest or' ,the people ',. The W. C. T. U. al]d kindred or- ganizations are merely the plaything of a Plutocracy, a fifth wheel on the cart: of Amerie m "imperialism; they ct their 18th amendment as the re r, ard for their loyalty. They ma crow over their present victory, they may gloat In their temporary triumph, yeb ere long tey must succumb be- Icle !hose vital-social forces that Irgc Lhe ltunan race ever onward. Yours truly, Ol-'IC%'l: Henry Wiese. Henry l)eneker Pr. O, P, O*Brt {)ashier INDIANS IN BAD Henry Twin, Joe Running Beat, John Loans Him Arrows and William White Cloud, four Indians at the Port Yates reservation, have been held for manslaughter and will be placed on trial in dstriet court May m. Their offense consists of havnig,left their comrade, YellowLodge, another In- dian, to  to death .after tlm pazt had engaged In a drinkl bout.  mlder ; i i Hepin/Banh A ssistance Once you have learned to KNOW your bank and bankers personally , you will find that they can ]be of .at assistance to you in many ways. We would like to imrfect our Personal eeattet with YOU for that very purpose. Farme OF POTATOES Potatoes for Rhizoc- toes, because control of Rhizoctontq I pomzd to fifteen 8I1o of wator or i with this expensive mm+rial was not completely successful. I control is necessary ta Corrosive Sublimate--4 ounces to 2B I Yields of clean smooth gallons watermis effective in the con- I , if it does not trol of this disease. Corrosive subll- / whole plant, will work mate taken internally is a deadly pol* | cutting off stolen .un to humans and animals. The so- Wlth the result that but lution should be changed every third ..... THE WEEK ["That's making a hole in one" :,tronger rJaz one pomza r,o tam gal. I ]By Barn'! wm " I r ..... ' ions wate. Do not soak the potatoes , | Notice is hereby less than one hour or more than two l -- -" "-  t G,_s ver'nr Snaier Is all..ready to Pz.ge of $30@0.00, exeeu hours. He has found fairly good!._ uontmuea, zr0m page two l farm storage plmoney el by Iver Iverson control in fifteen minutes, for surfacel me earn and .een wanton; ye lave! n_ e'eryt.hing. The farmer only ia son, hls wife, mors, ............. nourlsnea yourtlearts as in a day m pay msurance, Interest oveth vtnizoc ou nnas one nour necesmcyl sl a . . oft, . " eal Burke --' ............ uglaer Ye have condemed and nd tares on the grain and the mortgagee, dated Mar zor alseases m cuts or oner amag- ,... " . I , Cent filed in the office of the Re ........... mmd the just and he doth not reslsJ of inspection and take a clmnce on ect potatoes. 'oames aitoweu o soa  " l)eds of Walsh County, tubers are eventually lef batch of potatoes as it weakens |n for 12 hours in this solution were Pla4t. Practically all the use. dmaged 30 per cent in stand. formed by a vigorous top 'It D Long seed sneclalist working Whole potatoes can be treate to be deposited in theso[, " ' ' *" : ' - - weeks ahead of planting but should With the result that these l nero w.h the Northeastern urecd-. over size hollow i era Association, has conducted some be dried by letting the sacks stand rough and growth- Another contributing cause I altion is too small a seed I h may cause a miss or pro- a single stem resulting iu SPace and over-development was lost in Walsh Season in the use of th dUSts treating-seed pots- UI. V. S. IRVINE PhYttb and Surgeon al Residence over Drug Store River, N. Dak. I). F. E. WEED and Surgeon ', N. Da hR. p. j. ROSE DENTIST in Uion Block Rb. N. Dak. ) O. SAUER of Chiropractic _ Tel. call 162 Uffle in Residence e Mai Street et, N. Dak. KING LAWYER Walstrom Bnilding N. Dak. Eye-Service Pays" G. Hendrickson OPTOMETRIST 6 No. 4th St. "No, Dak to Porte-Hendrickson I)AHL & CO. utractor and Builders Raising & Repairing Mason Work Furnished Phone 20I N. Dak. MEBERG CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Estimates Furnished N. Dak. c',periments with the forradehyde in a breeze. Potatoes which are cut t, cament. He has found that the and then treated should be plantecl c:ginal formula 1 pound to 30 gallons I immediately as mo growers know water is not effective in Rhizoc con. that cut potatoes which are left stand- trol and that is the reason tlat the./ing in sacks for any length of time treatment has been abandoned for po- I are liable to heat and spoil. at<ca over the U. S. However, he h. l The solution nee not be change5, made tests on different strengths an'i simply add the same strength when length of time treatments, and has lyou need more. had very good results with 1 pound Do not be stingy with your seed formaldehyde to 10 gallons water n piece---make it a solid chunky two- k;'/.,;ng these surface diseases on the ounce block. Run your planter slow. orato. If the tubers are sprouted !but with a faster sprocket if necessary half inch or more these sprout tips to place one plant per foot. Make a r- killed, but not as much set-bck, few counts when they coe up to see as with corrosive. Germination of "he new sprouts are prompt, startmg to appear within forty-eight hours af-t cr treatment Cost of treatment is cheap and absolute exactness is not necessary, but certain precautions are necessary to observe: Do not have your solution weaker that 1 (one) THEe. I. TORGERS}N Painter and Paperhanger Free Estimates Furnished Phone 203 Park River, No. Dk. OLAF LIEN CARPENTER AND BUILDER CABINET SHOP if you have 100 plants per 100 feet of row. By Nancy Hart Park River, N. Dak. E. IIERWICK CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Park River, N. Dak. PARK RIVER FURNITURE CO FUNEIkL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMEB Phone lO Motor Hearse Park River, N. Dak. ' i The Frederick Hotel 0 .Grand Fork's Pop/hr Boms from $1 to William C. Imtmer, Prop. Grm Forks, N. D. N "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST I safe by milIlons and prescribed by physicians fox Headache Neutis Lumbago Neuralgia Toothache Rheumatism NOT AFFECT THE HEART gay floral chintzes and linens are oodalmost necessary to give tbel com variety and warmth of color. [ In a combination of Itterns, two of the same kind should not be used together so that both struggle fort lpremacy. This is to say--if the p,per is scenic a similar subject In cirapery fabric would not be harmoni- ous. while a linen hi a diagonal Peat ` ] ern-in related colors would be - cellent, All-Spring Foods Stuffed Eggs Cream of parsley soup Braised lamb New potatoes Creamed spring cabbage Endlve--Russian dressing Strawberry short cak Coffee "A Meat Course That's Different Wash two small calf hearts, re- move large veins, sprinkle inside wlth salt and pepper and insert following v.luffing: l minced onion, 2 cups bread crumbs, I cup stock, I tablespoon par- .Iey, Vz is. salt, A ts. pepper, 1 tbls. bacon fat. 2 tbls. butter, 1 tbl. minced c.lery, 2 is. A-I sauce. Lard wltll bacon, dred.e with flour, sear on all ide: then add 2 CUDS wator or stock i a:d cook slowly until tender. you." , ' This is the prosperity of crime Put up more electric chairs and s,t up the whipping post and hurry the inevitable conflict. They are futile weapons for the defense' of the rich in his possessions. Then to make It certaln who must respect law, Attor- ney General Mitchell advises Pres- dent Hoover hat the statue of 1789. i ' Our ups ann aowns: Farm re!in; I which forbids appointing any man comes up, price of wheat goes down! Secretary of the Treasury who is dl- , rectly or indirectly interested in busl-[ MUCH INSURANCE ness of trade, does not apply to An- drew Mellonl , Notice the varymg emotions wlth which Senators Froster and Nye view- ed the gold brick farm relief bill? i i Frazier in effect said: "It's what l i expected." Nye said: "It's not what I _ expected." But Nyc evidently saw I I the gold brick was all that would be 1 I given so he backed John Lee Coulter' for a $12,000 job on the Farm Board. Perhaps he had this thought in mind: "If that's the ,sort of law it is, Coul- ter's that sort of a man." It may even If you are following the vogue for i be possible that he figured some relier papered walls and redecorating in l for North Dakota. farmers by getting Coulter out of the state, at a bargain. ,his medium--be sure to study the i There are small reliefs and great effect carefully before picking out t curtain materials---and choose ,some-/nes" We take a half loaf when they wont give us the key to the bakery thing that flt into- the picture, t ' Do not let the draperies strike a| . . .  harsh color note that will either dye:-t Senator rorec of South Dakota balance the color in the rest of the ]knows how to be sarcastic when the room or be too sharp in contrast with l ccasin calls for it: "The President's program is a good one and has beeul it. Two or three harmonizing colors, l wel 1 stated, As to frm relief, Mr. 1 or  plain tone sha,ing softly into an important color found in the paper t Hver shows as much sympathy for! usually make the curtains part of th:thel farmer as did President Coolidgei wall scheme, land has stated his position fully as I With stripped or two-toned papers well." As the golfer would say,' premacy. That is to say--if the paper flow to Can Rhubarb Cut young tender z'hubarb in snall pieces without Peeling. Pack in jars. fill to overflowing with cold water and seal with new rubbers on Jars. Let stand 2 hours. Drain water from Jar, fi!l to overflowing with fresh cold water and let stand 24 hours again. Drain. refill With fresh Cold water and seal permanently. NOTICE I have added an auto top andcurtain machine to my equipment and will repair auto tops and curtains, First class work at a reasonable price. I. F. SPORNIIZ Harness sad Shoe Cream Station We'll ttz at Once" And you may be sure you are hearing the truth when the rna at our end of the wire says that. We realize tat when a plumber is needed, he is need. ed quickly. We get him to you qu/ekly. Our work 18 expert, our rtes low. Try u out and you will Find that when we fix thlaE they stay fixed. We are ready at any moment t tadlde emy Job, bhr or smsU Just give us a ring at Pbo 22B whem you need plumbing work done. IF'. C, DUFFY Dealer In Nationa Mazda Eleelrie lumps For Farm aad City Idghtia Plumbing and Heating PARK RIVER N DAK THE PROHIBITION ISSUE , Continued from page two aLxInst their rule;, it is up to him to keep the people divided so as to in,ure his re-election; the prohibition |sue serves admirably for this pur- pose. Already a reaction against pro, hibition was setting in and his latest mve is to counteract it. Hoover's ciuty is plainly set before him. The great questions of the day: the farm. rol$1em, :.the urmploymen problem, the international questions. the educational, moral and social is- sues. all will remain unsettled, drift- ing from bad to worse, until the fin- u! crash comes, How can you expect an addnistra. | The life Insurance business is pros- perous in North Dakota. Figures for 1928, compiled by insurance Commis- sioner S. A. Olsness show that 2539 policies totalling $50,050,500.75 were written during the last calendar year. lion of feudal lords, a congress it he price deeAlnlng. Be a sport, ,!:'. Farmer, and step up and take a whirl 118': Onof MarChMortgaFe3, 1928,Deeds at page 535 at the new device If he is to get t, 2ze folowhg real estate in the United States Senate on schedulcCounty, North Dakota: in 1932 you will have to show some interest in him and his scheme or he ! r, Thein TownshipSOUtheast15'/QuarterNorth offRage may get, discouraged and leave you West. will be oreelosecl by sale flat, or if you will lmve i that way, these premir, e, to be held at the flatter than ever door of the Oourt House at Xorth Dakota. on May 13, I925 2:00 p M. to satisfy the sum $3216.00 due upon such mortgage o the da of sam plus attorney's and costs Dated March 30. 1929. Mo HAROLD KING, " Attorney for Mortgagee, Park River, North Dakota. April 4. to May 9, I. Doctor Found What is Best for Thin, Constipated People h a family dtor .t Motieello, llllno/s, _the whole human body, not ll of it, Ws Dr. ttld- . , ,__. More than haft his calm Were  Women, eLildren and babie They a the omm most o. a sick. ]ot their illmm wra ly of a minor $, rs,.  b/ltoummm--,md m of umz requtr  & tlmk evation.  were . n the course ot ht  yrp (he was grlul from Rm _ edleal Oolk  ia 1875), he  a xl &sl o nem in mzeh  wt a' lmltoa of his owa m !psm. Jn 1892 he derided to use this formula ia he manufacture of a medicine to be known ss Dr. Oddmdl's 8yr Pepsin, and in that r his pre'emption was first placed the market. The preparation immediately had Im  a success in the drug ktore D t previously had in his private preetiee. Now, the third geners.. lion is using it. Mothers are giving it to Uadr ehiMrn who were given . t.. ry so me.worng Gay Someone rome- ere Is goin into a dra store to _ bey it. Milhons of bottls o Dr. aldwl's Syrup P,psln are tieing meda year. It great success is based on merit, repeated buying, on one satisfied telling another. Thsre are Lhou- roads of bom in this country that axe never without a bottle of Dr. Caklwe]l' rup l'ei  : .....  .:'.:..:.:-: ''.  : : >.::: i:i:: AT AG[[ 63 arsvefgotten many hundreds of  rein grateful people tellimt tel : that it helped them when e et fled. E.ver drug stem sells Dr, wen s yrup Pepsin. Keep a lmtUO m your aome,wbere many IP someone is sure to need it quie!dy. We would be g!l to i;e  Iffe at, our expense how much ,, amwell s Syrup Pepsin can laee you_ad yours. ust wrfet vrup Pepsin," Monticello, Illlnoi an we will send you prepaid . The Builcli.00 of Resources The United States is wealthy in productivity. AnT able-bodied person can earn fair compensation and a good livelihood. Because some are dependent in Lter yem, Is not due to the lack of money they have earned; but be- cause it was not properly taken care of. Build your resources on a basis that will mak, e them useful to-you. The First National Bank offers you facilities for this pro'pose, and you are invited to u,' them. - = First National Bank Park River. N. D. Karl J. Farup, PreSident. IL D, Bennett, Cashier. "Home,a the Far-Raehintl Srvi' . : Sec y an flunkies, with the minds of feua, Farmers urit B k:: The Home Ccn*xolled Bank serfs to grapple with-those vital ques- tions and settle them in the interest or' ,the people ',. The W. C. T. U. al]d kindred or- ganizations are merely the plaything of a Plutocracy, a fifth wheel on the cart: of Amerie m "imperialism; they ct their 18th amendment as the re r, ard for their loyalty. They ma crow over their present victory, they may gloat In their temporary triumph, yeb ere long tey must succumb be- Icle !hose vital-social forces that Irgc Lhe ltunan race ever onward. Yours truly, Ol-'IC%'l: Henry Wiese. Henry l)eneker Pr. O, P, O*Brt {)ashier INDIANS IN BAD Henry Twin, Joe Running Beat, John Loans Him Arrows and William White Cloud, four Indians at the Port Yates reservation, have been held for manslaughter and will be placed on trial in dstriet court May m. Their offense consists of havnig,left their comrade, YellowLodge, another In- dian, to  to death .after tlm pazt had engaged In a drinkl bout.  mlder ; i i Hepin/Banh A ssistance Once you have learned to KNOW your bank and bankers personally , you will find that they can ]be of .at assistance to you in many ways. We would like to imrfect our Personal eeattet with YOU for that very purpose. Farme