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N Y 2 DAYS MORE t Our Goodwill Sale will end Saturday. G sta Bra dt It will be a long time before you U V can getsuch a chance to save money. _. " t WALSH COUNTY PRESS r'- - _ . l WALs. COUNT, Nearly everybody in the TI Legislative district reads it. WA/.H COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1929. .......... ' ' ........... ND'MBEI 12. FARIV! IS FULLER REPORT ACtivity in the East and Added Buying Power for Better Outlook B 0. M. Fuller high rate of in there is developing a buying power the corumer de- during the lowever, some re- demand may de. the season due to the of iron. steel and especially in the VOlume of automobile to be the chief in the recor out. steel as well ffs the of freight traffic railroads. Factory Payrolls which in Contrary to the usual have apparently been Present levels, Priee Level level of commodity has tended downward reached another end of May. On at 143.9. The received by at 136 per cent of Was 2 points lopper than 12 Points lower than ago. Most of the de- lower grain and cot- hogs, lamb wool also lower. In the general level ot decreased. Wheat of 5 per cent in as is now lndl- remaining, the in world demand SOme increase in the mrket price for the average for the past carry-ver on July amount to from 125 so more %hart.that of of this will be ;n in 22 cou- 56 per cent of report to date an acres or 3.8 per last year. In some countries extensive been reported and seeding in Argen- forecast of productio indicates a crop r than hat of last year. Canadian official ,m COndition of sr)rin is eual to the 11- of new wheat |n I Ls toether with I i lge. six please I , STORAGE LAW] Called to Be Heir] Hall Here Falrmers Union a Park River on at 2 P, M. This hld at the assembly School. of this meeting is  Storage law passed b-- and also the fin- FurtheL and sizes tanks will be an- all those who may stoTage of grain on tanks wUl a SPeaker from head- the law and aL that nmr Sec'y. The Pace daughter order- her father 'order som- an eclair. II C 0 ! rf Any Bulldogging, Just Stick Around You Never Saw I i , BIG CROWDS 'EXPECTED AT GRAND FORKS FAIff 2 SCHOOL MEETINGS: By Albert T. Reid ," Agricultmm] Exhibit And Excep. HELD HERE TUESDAY tlonally F'ine Shows Will Keep Visitors Entertained " SET NEW RECORD One hundred thousand people in northeastern North Dakota and INTEREST DISPLAYED Northwe ern Minnesota represent the audience for which entertain,, .. merit will be provided during the , Ix'oith Dakota State Fair for Grand Eight Grade Graduates Receive ' Forks. July 15-20. Dlplom at Exercises; Torblaa This great audience, greater by far Again Heads School Officers than ever has been assembled in th past, will make possible the pro- duction of a show such as could be The educational double-header seen here in no other way. Fifty the Walsh county Agricultural a.ff times as many as could be crowdea Training school assembly hall lrt into the Grand Forks city auditor- Park River last Tuesday was the rao ltun, and twenty times as many a successful group of school gatherln 2hay be seated in the University o.' ever held in this county. North. [J ota memorial adium, More than one hundred boys not even the biggest road show or  girls, all grtcluates from the homecoming football game coula graded and consolidated hope to play to such a crowd, to get their diplomas at these Every person throughout the Red ty-wide commencement River Valley and far to the wes* some of the contributed and east is being made to realize the progrmL the new 1929 opportunity which he. In the tfternoon the best together with a combination of gool meeting of county school officials roads and summer weather, will held at the same Place to help make possible. And the fair school affairs and elect office} managemtat, months go, began next fiscal year. realizing and preparing for its oppo.,'- Fine Exer4tms (: tunlty to do something really big for i the people of the territory to whom Midst the strains of martial it owes its existence and growth. The over one hundred boys and i prising part of the 1929 throwing open of the fair gate will class of the Walsh county rural "" I prove how well president Ralph LYnch ed and consolidated schools and Managr Dan McOowan have upon the eUtLful dec)rted udged their people and cared for of the Walsh County their Interests, The fair is first of all an agricultural Training school assembly hail -" ; exnosition. It is the official show ,large group of boys and er with the parents, friends window of the district. It is made sttors, was evidence of the ......................... rmssible to some extent by tax money terest among our people apro0riaed for Just this purpose. And so. agricultural exhibits. Boys' education for our rural populaUol The program was caped, taxation entirely or had beer and Girls' club demonstrations and splendid reading by valued entirely too low. ] relabed things will again be a big "The general run of assessments In uart of the fair. serving as education followed by Supt: E ,J. Taintor hi, ught greetings to the tahe city varied very little from the fl-I and inspiration for the district's busl- and who "hoped they would gms turned in by the city assessor, ness of living. "W0feel that the city Of Drake's I But it is in the matter of entertain- their .education, W lli' , "s  ment tlmt this year's fair will make " Irene Orstad and Ethel ..e,ald for the s eXlmmof thl .... ...... t,mnt,*/rod imaoulm-ly, want vs olggs gna w;es appeal. And e beul duet. to thank Mr. Levang for his able ann' a show worthy of such an audience The outstanding numbers  on courteous manner in performing wor, has been arranged. This big lrfor- urorm was the address f that is ustmlly disagreeable for the mance is destined to please every C. Berg of parties concerned. ,body. for it is tuned to the likes anq ers College when delivered in "We feel that it will be for the best' demands of the young people and, clear and concise manner, a most Ira- nterest of the second Judicial district  ,s hs. been nroved by the movl.es, pessive address. and for your department should Mr. the talkies and the rattle, entertain- He stressed seven points as obJec Levang be retained in the positlo ment the awral to the young pe- of education. which he now holds ,and hope tha hie apeals to all. people. Music. 1. Health maintenance you will be able to retain him in tha singing, dancing and beauty in .ll 2. Constant learner position." it form wiB be nut across in the ap- 3. Apprelation for our home . uroved Broadxw.v fashion of profe'. 4. Foithful citizenship MILLS-FARUP REPRESENTED siGnal informality. 5. Life vocation - ,x,v 1. * 20 will be "WHOOPE" 6: The use of leisure time AT FARGO FINANCE MEETING week In Grand Forks. , 7. Character The net number on the New Plan Worked Out For "Time" C'ITY GOI,I TOURNAMENT was a reading, well delivered, by Buyers of Ford Porducts; Spon- DRAWING IS ANNOUNCE) ton Aafedt of Fordville: sored by Company The nresentation of Tbree Fliht Arranged for Artis Supt. Rinde closed the exercises. Members of the Mills-'Farup Aut3 With the Club. 18 Hole Contest School Offciers Meet. - Co.. local dealers, have ju3t att'ende to End July 15th The largest atherin of a meeting in Fargo. at which the fleers ever held in Walsh County n.w Ford flnanc, organization, was The executive committee of the at the a.sembv hall of the introduced and explained to Ford Park River Pelf club. Dr. P. J. Rose, rural and Training school at dealers of the Fargo Branch. 'resident. has announced at city River last Tuesday. The new finance plan will be oper- championship tournament to be play. The meeting was called ate by the Universal Credit Corn- d between the various contenders President T. O. Torblaa who pany, an *7iliated specialized organ- before July 15th. ed the introductory remarks. ization controlled by the Ford Motor For the puroo'e of the tournament The pr0ram from beginning Company and operating solely for the the players are arranged in three was one of the best ever purpose of financing Ford Products on flights and drawing result, ed as fol- was listened o with the closest atten a "time" basis. The branch office ser- 1o: tlon from start o finish. ring this territory is located at Far- First Fight The musical numbers and the real go, N. D., in the Universal building C.P. O'Brien vs. J. A. Halberg ing by girls, who had taken part at 50 Fourth Ave. North. I J. Pavek vs. K. D. Bennett the play day exercises, were This is of special interest to pros- F. Walker vs J H Maher s were also the addresses pective purchasers of Ford Products G. Mauritson w F. Walstrom by W, E. on a "time" basis. Under this au- Second Flight lntendent of public instruction, and thorized finance plan, Ford Custome '- F. Willson vs G. Williams Prof. A. C. Berg of Mayville. " will have a finance service available P J. Kin vs W. Palm .The following is the program .h which is sound and in keeping wit1 Harold Kingvs C. Harris  detail: Ford policies and standards. The plan M.B. Holmquist vs E. W2ite  Registration of School Officers is nation-,wide in scope and for the I. Spornitz vsJ. Rengle exclusive use of Ford dealers. Third Flight  Introductory RemarksL. O. Torblaa, It is another step of the Ford ,-, L.J. Sil.|an vs F. Thorson l Pressident S. O. Association ganization in reducing costs by con- N. Haugen vs Jig Pen Girls' TrioFordville trolling operations from the mine o M. Neste vs Walter Thorson I AddresW. E. Parsons, Deputy State the consumer. The cost of this ser- E.J. Carlen vs F. S. Anderson Superintendent vice will be lower than any hereto-/ W. McEachern vs C. J. Overbye Contrrlto Solo--Alda Langerud - fore' available to Ford eutomers on a  Each player will play eighteen holes. The 1929 School Year--Supt. BenJ, national basis, and automatically re-, The ground rules are: Positively play Rlnde duces the price of Ford cars purcha,, ball where it lies in the rough. If a Reading--Arnette Robb ed on a "time" payment basis. It i player improves his lie in rough he lAddress--Prof. A. C. Berg, Mayvll a further expression of the establishe 1 forfeits the hole. [ State Teachers College  Ford poliey of giving outstanding va)-' Players may. mow ball one club Round Table Discussion ues and complete services to the con- length on fairway. Penalty for out of Business Meeting sumer at the lowest possible cost: I bounds is los of stroke and distance. Officers elected werelected for the The plan also contemplates the Pur- The out of bounds rules apply to firs% coming year as follows chase by Universtl Credit Company or fifth andnith hole, " I Presldent,--L. O. Torblaa sound and adequate fire and theft The players are asked to hand n t Vice President--Carl RuSsum insurance, protecting the joint inter- individual score by strokes to O'Brien Secretary--Supt. Rinde Turn to page eight, please & Rengle's store. Treasurer--N. (3. BJorneby , . ..... o # ] J / Me, 00$her Praises Excellent Oua]ities of Latest Models of John Deere Combines @. T. F. Meagher, of T. F. Meagher & are four important operations in the Son. implement dealers in Park Rlv- process of hm-vesting with a combine. First: Cutting the grain. er. is expecting a lively business it. Second: Threshing or beating the combines thi mtmmer, and he is ac- kernels from the straw. tively boosting the John Deere series ThArck Selc[rfing--removing the "The John Deere combine is the kernels from the straw, and causing rain sIving combine that is easier the grain to go through one channel] to handle" is the way in which Mr and the straw through another. ] Men,her 'describes his machine "t Fourth: Cisanltgremoving or se- I .| "The John Deere combine," he de, parating the remaining chaff and oth clared o a representative of the er foreign matter from grain, t press/upholds the reputation for sat- The John Deere is built to a high iMactory uerformance established by l'-tte of efficiency in performing each other John Deere harvesting ma-lof these opbrations, says Mr. Meaghcr; chines. It embodies only feature t is designed from platform to grain that here proved successful and ne- tank to save grain and deliver "t -.ary to the efficient harvesting or I clean and uncracked. It is easy to small grain crops. THe John Deere operate and comes in three styles. has all the Ieatures wanted in a corn- Mgagher & Son are displaying the bina." Mr. Meagher points out that there l house.Cmbtne fn their Park River ware- Brandt's Goodwill Sale Draws.Big Crowds From A/ear and Far; Sale Closes Saturday The great goodwill sale started last tng sold at what is practically co Saturday  by Gustav .Brandt, and prices in order to advertise the firm which will be brought to a conclusion and gain the goodwill of old and new at the end of this week, is the btg in a steadily widening circle of satls- gest bargain event staged in Walsn fled customers. county for a number of years. That this is appreciated by the peG- It is not a price cutting sale of the ple generly is bet shown from the usual kind. There is no shop won fact that the Brandt store has been stock to t rid of thee is nothing a Mecca ge ; for buyers from all parts o. out of date to unload; and there is Walsh, Pembina, Cavalier, Ramsey, no import of second rate goods to Nelson and Grand Forks countie.l .seB cheap in order to make a show- Men and women are coming from fa? I ing. I away places to get the benefit of these[ It is just as it is advertised, a real low prlces on high quality goods. I ood will sale. Standard goods, The goodwill sale closes Saturday handled ,ear in and year out by Gus= this week but there will be Just a tav Brandt, Walsh county's leading ood bargains then as on the Olyen# clothier and furnishing house, is be-'ing da. DRAKE OFFICIALS PRAISE LEVAN('S ASSESSMENT WORK Second District Ttx Supervisor High- ly Recommended for Efficient Service in McHenry City Christ Levang, tax supervisor for the second judicial district, has had a new experience in re-assessing city property. Usually this procedure is followed by a shout of resentment fom property owners who discover th,t the changes have not been mad to their particular benefit. Recently the state tax commissioner was requested to have a re-assessmcn mie of all taxable property in the city of Drake in McHenry county. The tax commissioner ordered Mr. Levang to proceed with the assess- ment and he concluded his task last week. This week Mr. Levang received the e.llowing copy of a communication sent to the state tax eommissioner from the city officials of Draks: "We wish to express our apprecia- tion of the worl by' your tax super visor, Christ Levang, of the secon2 judicial district. "Our tax assessment has been equalized and the total valuation more than ten per sent, most of this raise in valuation being occasioned by assessing property that had es- .u.,oo00 A d H HARRY FLETCHER and his n OW 8-PIECE OROHESTRA MONDAY, JULY 8th Come and dance to the best music in the state At Adams N Y 2 DAYS MORE t Our Goodwill Sale will end Saturday. G sta Bra dt It will be a long time before you U V can getsuch a chance to save money. _. " t WALSH COUNTY PRESS r'- - _ . l WALs. COUNT, Nearly everybody in the TI Legislative district reads it. WA/.H COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY. JULY 4, 1929. .......... ' ' ........... ND'MBEI 12. FARIV! IS FULLER REPORT ACtivity in the East and Added Buying Power for Better Outlook B 0. M. Fuller high rate of in there is developing a buying power the corumer de- during the lowever, some re- demand may de. the season due to the of iron. steel and especially in the VOlume of automobile to be the chief in the recor out. steel as well ffs the of freight traffic railroads. Factory Payrolls which in Contrary to the usual have apparently been Present levels, Priee Level level of commodity has tended downward reached another end of May. On at 143.9. The received by at 136 per cent of Was 2 points lopper than 12 Points lower than ago. Most of the de- lower grain and cot- hogs, lamb wool also lower. In the general level ot decreased. Wheat of 5 per cent in as is now lndl- remaining, the in world demand SOme increase in the mrket price for the average for the past carry-ver on July amount to from 125 so more %hart.that of of this will be ;n in 22 cou- 56 per cent of report to date an acres or 3.8 per last year. In some countries extensive been reported and seeding in Argen- forecast of productio indicates a crop r than hat of last year. Canadian official ,m COndition of sr)rin is eual to the 11- of new wheat |n I Ls toether with I i lge. six please I , STORAGE LAW] Called to Be Heir] Hall Here Falrmers Union a Park River on at 2 P, M. This hld at the assembly School. of this meeting is  Storage law passed b-- and also the fin- FurtheL and sizes tanks will be an- all those who may stoTage of grain on tanks wUl a SPeaker from head- the law and aL that nmr Sec'y. The Pace daughter order- her father 'order som- an eclair. II C 0 ! rf Any Bulldogging, Just Stick Around You Never Saw I i , BIG CROWDS 'EXPECTED AT GRAND FORKS FAIff 2 SCHOOL MEETINGS: By Albert T. Reid ," Agricultmm] Exhibit And Excep. HELD HERE TUESDAY tlonally F'ine Shows Will Keep Visitors Entertained " SET NEW RECORD One hundred thousand people in northeastern North Dakota and INTEREST DISPLAYED Northwe ern Minnesota represent the audience for which entertain,, .. merit will be provided during the , Ix'oith Dakota State Fair for Grand Eight Grade Graduates Receive ' Forks. July 15-20. Dlplom at Exercises; Torblaa This great audience, greater by far Again Heads School Officers than ever has been assembled in th past, will make possible the pro- duction of a show such as could be The educational double-header seen here in no other way. Fifty the Walsh county Agricultural a.ff times as many as could be crowdea Training school assembly hall lrt into the Grand Forks city auditor- Park River last Tuesday was the rao ltun, and twenty times as many a successful group of school gatherln 2hay be seated in the University o.' ever held in this county. North. [J ota memorial adium, More than one hundred boys not even the biggest road show or  girls, all grtcluates from the homecoming football game coula graded and consolidated hope to play to such a crowd, to get their diplomas at these Every person throughout the Red ty-wide commencement River Valley and far to the wes* some of the contributed and east is being made to realize the progrmL the new 1929 opportunity which he. In the tfternoon the best together with a combination of gool meeting of county school officials roads and summer weather, will held at the same Place to help make possible. And the fair school affairs and elect office} managemtat, months go, began next fiscal year. realizing and preparing for its oppo.,'- Fine Exer4tms (: tunlty to do something really big for i the people of the territory to whom Midst the strains of martial it owes its existence and growth. The over one hundred boys and i prising part of the 1929 throwing open of the fair gate will class of the Walsh county rural "" I prove how well president Ralph LYnch ed and consolidated schools and Managr Dan McOowan have upon the eUtLful dec)rted udged their people and cared for of the Walsh County their Interests, The fair is first of all an agricultural Training school assembly hail -" ; exnosition. It is the official show ,large group of boys and er with the parents, friends window of the district. It is made sttors, was evidence of the ......................... rmssible to some extent by tax money terest among our people apro0riaed for Just this purpose. And so. agricultural exhibits. Boys' education for our rural populaUol The program was caped, taxation entirely or had beer and Girls' club demonstrations and splendid reading by valued entirely too low. ] relabed things will again be a big "The general run of assessments In uart of the fair. serving as education followed by Supt: E ,J. Taintor hi, ught greetings to the tahe city varied very little from the fl-I and inspiration for the district's busl- and who "hoped they would gms turned in by the city assessor, ness of living. "W0feel that the city Of Drake's I But it is in the matter of entertain- their .education, W lli' , "s  ment tlmt this year's fair will make " Irene Orstad and Ethel ..e,ald for the s eXlmmof thl .... ...... t,mnt,*/rod imaoulm-ly, want vs olggs gna w;es appeal. And e beul duet. to thank Mr. Levang for his able ann' a show worthy of such an audience The outstanding numbers  on courteous manner in performing wor, has been arranged. This big lrfor- urorm was the address f that is ustmlly disagreeable for the mance is destined to please every C. Berg of parties concerned. ,body. for it is tuned to the likes anq ers College when delivered in "We feel that it will be for the best' demands of the young people and, clear and concise manner, a most Ira- nterest of the second Judicial district  ,s hs. been nroved by the movl.es, pessive address. and for your department should Mr. the talkies and the rattle, entertain- He stressed seven points as obJec Levang be retained in the positlo ment the awral to the young pe- of education. which he now holds ,and hope tha hie apeals to all. people. Music. 1. Health maintenance you will be able to retain him in tha singing, dancing and beauty in .ll 2. Constant learner position." it form wiB be nut across in the ap- 3. Apprelation for our home . uroved Broadxw.v fashion of profe'. 4. Foithful citizenship MILLS-FARUP REPRESENTED siGnal informality. 5. Life vocation - ,x,v 1. * 20 will be "WHOOPE" 6: The use of leisure time AT FARGO FINANCE MEETING week In Grand Forks. , 7. Character The net number on the New Plan Worked Out For "Time" C'ITY GOI,I TOURNAMENT was a reading, well delivered, by Buyers of Ford Porducts; Spon- DRAWING IS ANNOUNCE) ton Aafedt of Fordville: sored by Company The nresentation of Tbree Fliht Arranged for Artis Supt. Rinde closed the exercises. Members of the Mills-'Farup Aut3 With the Club. 18 Hole Contest School Offciers Meet. - Co.. local dealers, have ju3t att'ende to End July 15th The largest atherin of a meeting in Fargo. at which the fleers ever held in Walsh County n.w Ford flnanc, organization, was The executive committee of the at the a.sembv hall of the introduced and explained to Ford Park River Pelf club. Dr. P. J. Rose, rural and Training school at dealers of the Fargo Branch. 'resident. has announced at city River last Tuesday. The new finance plan will be oper- championship tournament to be play. The meeting was called ate by the Universal Credit Corn- d between the various contenders President T. O. Torblaa who pany, an *7iliated specialized organ- before July 15th. ed the introductory remarks. ization controlled by the Ford Motor For the puroo'e of the tournament The pr0ram from beginning Company and operating solely for the the players are arranged in three was one of the best ever purpose of financing Ford Products on flights and drawing result, ed as fol- was listened o with the closest atten a "time" basis. The branch office ser- 1o: tlon from start o finish. ring this territory is located at Far- First Fight The musical numbers and the real go, N. D., in the Universal building C.P. O'Brien vs. J. A. Halberg ing by girls, who had taken part at 50 Fourth Ave. North. I J. Pavek vs. K. D. Bennett the play day exercises, were This is of special interest to pros- F. Walker vs J H Maher s were also the addresses pective purchasers of Ford Products G. Mauritson w F. Walstrom by W, E. on a "time" basis. Under this au- Second Flight lntendent of public instruction, and thorized finance plan, Ford Custome '- F. Willson vs G. Williams Prof. A. C. Berg of Mayville. " will have a finance service available P J. Kin vs W. Palm .The following is the program .h which is sound and in keeping wit1 Harold Kingvs C. Harris  detail: Ford policies and standards. The plan M.B. Holmquist vs E. W2ite  Registration of School Officers is nation-,wide in scope and for the I. Spornitz vsJ. Rengle exclusive use of Ford dealers. Third Flight  Introductory RemarksL. O. Torblaa, It is another step of the Ford ,-, L.J. Sil.|an vs F. Thorson l Pressident S. O. Association ganization in reducing costs by con- N. Haugen vs Jig Pen Girls' TrioFordville trolling operations from the mine o M. Nestevs Walter Thorson I AddresW. E. Parsons, Deputy State the consumer. The cost of this ser- E.J. Carlen vs F. S. Anderson Superintendent vice will be lower than any hereto-/ W. McEachern vs C. J. Overbye Contrrlto Solo--Alda Langerud - fore' available to Ford eutomers on a  Each player will play eighteen holes. The 1929 School Year--Supt. BenJ, national basis, and automatically re-, The ground rules are: Positively play Rlnde duces the price of Ford cars purcha,, ball where it lies in the rough. If a Reading--Arnette Robb ed on a "time" payment basis. It i player improves his lie in rough he lAddress--Prof. A. C. Berg, Mayvll a further expression of the establishe 1 forfeits the hole. [ State Teachers College  Ford poliey of giving outstanding va)-' Players may. mow ball one club Round Table Discussion ues and complete services to the con- length on fairway. Penalty for out of Business Meeting sumer at the lowest possible cost: I bounds is los of stroke and distance. Officers elected werelected for the The plan also contemplates the Pur- The out of bounds rules apply to firs% coming year as follows chase by Universtl Credit Company or fifth andnith hole, " I Presldent,--L. O. Torblaa sound and adequate fire and theft The players are asked to hand n t Vice President--Carl RuSsum insurance, protecting the joint inter- individual score by strokes to O'Brien Secretary--Supt. Rinde Turn to page eight, please & Rengle's store. Treasurer--N. (3. BJorneby , . ..... o # ] J / Me, 00$her Praises Excellent Oua]ities of Latest Models of John Deere Combines @. T. F. Meagher, of T. F. Meagher & are four important operations in the Son. implement dealers in Park Rlv- process of hm-vesting with a combine. First: Cutting the grain. er. is expecting a lively business it. Second: Threshing or beating the combines thi mtmmer, and he is ac- kernels from the straw. tively boosting the John Deere series ThArck Selc[rfing--removing the "The John Deere combine is the kernels from the straw, and causing rain sIving combine that is easier the grain to go through one channel] to handle" is the way in which Mr and the straw through another. ] Men,her 'describes his machine "t Fourth: Cisanltgremoving or se- I .| "The John Deere combine," he de, parating the remaining chaff and oth clared o a representative of the er foreign matter from grain, t press/upholds the reputation for sat- The John Deere is built to a high iMactory uerformance established by l'-tte of efficiency in performing each other John Deere harvesting ma-lof these opbrations, says Mr. Meaghcr; chines. It embodies only feature t is designed from platform to grain that here proved successful and ne- tank to save grain and deliver "t -.ary to the efficient harvesting or I clean and uncracked. It is easy to small grain crops. THe John Deere operate and comes in three styles. has all the Ieatures wanted in a corn- Mgagher & Son are displaying the bina." Mr. Meagher points out that there l house.Cmbtne fn their Park River ware- Brandt's Goodwill Sale Draws.Big Crowds From A/ear and Far; Sale Closes Saturday The great goodwill sale started last tng sold at what is practically co Saturday  by Gustav .Brandt, and prices in order to advertise the firm which will be brought to a conclusion and gain the goodwill of old and new at the end of this week, is the btg in a steadily widening circle of satls- gest bargain event staged in Walsn fled customers. county for a number of years. That this is appreciated by the peG- It is not a price cutting sale of the ple generly is bet shown from the usual kind. There is no shop won fact that the Brandt store has been stock to t rid of thee is nothing a Mecca ge ; for buyers from all parts o. out of date to unload; and there is Walsh, Pembina, Cavalier, Ramsey, no import of second rate goods to Nelson and Grand Forks countie.l .seB cheap in order to make a show- Men and women are coming from fa? I ing. I away places to get the benefit of these[ It is just as it is advertised, a real low prlces on high quality goods. I ood will sale. Standard goods, The goodwill sale closes Saturday handled ,ear in and year out by Gus= this week but there will be Just a tav Brandt, Walsh county's leading ood bargains then as on the Olyen# clothier and furnishing house, is be-'ing da. DRAKE OFFICIALS PRAISE LEVAN('S ASSESSMENT WORK Second District Ttx Supervisor High- ly Recommended for Efficient Service in McHenry City Christ Levang, tax supervisor for the second judicial district, has had a new experience in re-assessing city property. Usually this procedure is followed by a shout of resentment fom property owners who discover th,t the changes have not been mad to their particular benefit. Recently the state tax commissioner was requested to have a re-assessmcn mie of all taxable property in the city of Drake in McHenry county. The tax commissioner ordered Mr. Levang to proceed with the assess- ment and he concluded his task last week. This week Mr. Levang received the e.llowing copy of a communication sent to the state tax eommissioner from the city officials of Draks: "We wish to express our apprecia- tion of the worl by' your tax super visor, Christ Levang, of the secon2 judicial district. "Our tax assessment has been equalized and the total valuation more than ten per sent, most of this raise in valuation being occasioned by assessing property that had es- .u.,oo00 A d H HARRY FLETCHER and his n OW 8-PIECE OROHESTRA MONDAY, JULY 8th Come and dance to the best music in the state At Adams