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WALSH COUNTY PRESS ,mAsdemeanor prisoners Frank Bane, WIFE TRADING AFFAIR Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Fuller from County Press Oom00ioner of the Public Welfare TO BE AIRED IN COURT Edinburg were callers in town Tues- Department in Virginia, described the day on their way to Grafton. James J. Dougherty took an auto sh success of the penal farm system in Famous Mohall Case Will Come Up ESTABLISHED 1 his native state. I For Decision at This Month's load of small children to Grafton on Published every Thursday in th It is hoped to introduce bills ex- Term of Court Tuesday afternoon and had a swell Park River. North Da- tending the penal farm system, thus - time taking in the circus with the 1"0ta, and entered as second cla mat- doing away with the overcrowdea Further attention will be focused kiddies. tnr at the Park River postoffice, rural jail conditions, on North Dakota' first husband an:l wife trading affair, in which two Postmaster I-alberg took in tha THE SWEET POTATO Lansford farm couples were in:olve:.t, circus at Grafton Tuesday afternoon EDITED BY LABS J. S!LJAN Sweet uotatoe are either lnn, nn a the July term of district court cwcus a Grafton Tuesday afternoon. THURSDAD. JULY 4. 1929 thin or short and chunky, and Eas- opening in Mohall on July 10, a accompanied by his son. en consmers ureter the short a,d whmh the four scheduled to ba Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Peck and girls -' chunky ones. This discovery led to brought to rial on charges of file- wore visitors in Grafton taking in INDEPENDENCE DAY research which resutled in an amT, gal cohabitation, the circus. The couples, de?ended by Attorney in2 manifestation of man's know- The gayest, brightest day in all the ledge of the sell end man's power to John J. Coyle of Minot, will conr year is Independence Day, for no true direct the shape of vegetable growtll. !nto court to defend the legality of American can help being thrilled by The New Jery State Agricultural their marriages performed in Mani- STATEMENT the stirring events and tumultuou Experiment Station proed that the toba. resulting in a remating on the No. 724 adventures that preceded the chunky variety of sweet porto will d.Y following the granting of th REPORT - OF CONDITION OF THE signing of the Declaration of Ind,- grow only in soil to which a fertili- divorces in Mint. pendnce and the birth of the Unlte zer rich in pot.sium in relation to The prosecution charges that Mr FARMERS SECURITY BANK Stats as a land dedicated to free- nitrogen ha's been applied..On the bas- and Mrs. Willis Knight and Mr. aPd at Park River, in the State of North dora arid equality. I,i, of five years cxpermient by Prof. Mrs. Lawrence Rikansrud could not, Dakota, at the clo,e of business Jun In fact, the emotions of patriotism Schermerhorn. potato grower of New haw been legally wedded on the day 29th. 1929. following the granting of divorces t Resources , he two women, in as much as the Loans and discounts .... $210.805.37 werfOtlsed by the Fourth of July are so Jersey now have available a formula ul that many times they have for fertilizer, Dr. W. R. Bobbins I persons to excess. . t further extended he work. finding court had ordered that none of Overdrafts, secured and un- In st sun-,burst joy, persons have that short, chunky, potatoes have a them remarry for a pried of 90 days. secured ................ 23t.3] :not exercisednough care. in celehra- I Now re-mated for a period of ap- Waxrants. stocks, tax certi- high percentage of protein, and long, ficates, claims, ec. 16.630.03 tlOn, and countless tragedies have thin on0s a high percentage of car- proximately five months, the two ...... farm couples, living only a short Government issues ....... 10.000.09 unfortunately been the result, ] bohydrates. 1 Fireworks produce beautiful effects I . Specifications were given as to the distance apart, are reported to still Banking house, furniture and help greatly in the proper cole-l ideal dimensions of the commercial be enjoying "the new happineo,'" and fxtures ........... 6.800.0q bratlon of this day of days, but great l sweet potato Four and a half inches which they claimed came to each Other real estate ........ 4.280.19 care must be taken in their use. The  long and two and a half inches thick, after they had exchanged matrimon Curren eXlnes, taxs more dangerous kinds of firework: We are willing to wager that these actions by saying that each had be-' pai|, ovr undivided ought to be discarded altogether.  specifications will be met. And there lieved that they would find more en- profits _ ............... 3.683.99 Above all, no parent should allow l s something inspiring in the thought I j)nent in life if they were paired Check; /md other ' It child to remain unwatched on thiS lNow that the farmer can guide the[ anew and differentUy, t cash items $__950.77 day:. Red, ember, the words of Edldestiny of the sweet potato, there's I For a time. the couples had consid- Cash and. due from ered he adv},,bilY of o,.ain be- other banks .... $29.736.76 30.687.55 :Howe: It is better to be safe than no telling what he'll be able to do Iing wedded, after the 90-day periocl c.ry." - next! Total ................. $283.121.52 t had expired, but on the advice of ' WOMEN ENJOY OUTING their ttorney, who onCcends that Liabilities TATE FARMS IN I the Canadian marriage was lega  Cap,tal Stock paid in ...... 20.000.00 PLACE OF JAILS (Walsh County Record) I they did not do so. Charges aalns: Surplus fund ................ 5.000.00 One of the most significant move- -alsn one Pembina counties, them are to be orosecuted by State'. ments in the country today is th brought to a successful close Friday' AttorneY George Redactor f Me- of the National Oommittee evening the second annual ncamp- hall. and Judue G. Grimson of Rug- Prisons and Prison Labor to SUb- mcnt for farm women, conducted at by will preside. the Walsh County Agricultural ( Three women are on the jury pan. farms for Jails.. _ . . a, , --H,,, ot a,,sl,, N Y a' Training school at Park Rver, unoerj el from which a selection of iuror: "- ...... :"--"-'-'-'- :' "'-- the supervision of extension worker[ to ry them will be made, unless the, e nome oi Aooipn l,ewlsonn, n. ' . ..... , " :mbct was discussed t some lentl  from the State Agricultural college. ! facts are stipulated and only qr2- "' " That the. camp was a success I1 Lewisohn. honorary presI- - . .... tic of law are submitted to th  the Committee: attested by the fact that 47 farm l court. v omen were in attendance durin. . National Committee hs re .... I the four dys and that over two hun- reports from all section or Personal Locals the country indictin the appallin ienVdii ed :'Pda ul:!olg ! . due to the over-crowd- a J r Mrs. M. Nickolav, who has been q [ Jals, We have come to the con- featured by a summ,ry of the wor(to'ue't of relatives in Chicao th,e pa,;t that some cgnstructlve plan dveloved at once. accomplished and an outline of what month returned home Wednesday ac- 'Phere are 3,000 county and mu- is to be done in the future, occupie'tlccmoanied by Mr. Nickolay and Mi:; throughout the country. .t of th time of women at th Geneva Kennedy, who joined her a are overcrowded, with no a- Y'flav meetiqg. New Prague, Minn, made to sewrate types of nf- rn make it possible for the wiv E.R. Landsborougl wants the read. or the rehabilitation of th f W sh and Pembina county far- The youthful come into s to eniov s-ch an outing is a far era attention called to the fact tim: with the hardened criminal step in promoting community sniri, special price advertisements aupear- thus crime Is bred. We intend to m,-., the uests have an excellen; ling in this bauer always applies to :the week following the date of issue. this evil ............ .,*,,, to meet women wlom The advertLement in this week's issue .... "The chane is intended nt only they have something in common. They offers special prices starting next of the risoners but al- "" c,{-,, t ptle to comnarP for the community at larm;. All notes and to receive many sua'estio,, Monday. not criminal, some be- as to What to do to make their life Ine W. C. T. U. will meet Thurs- awaiting' trial with the po- "" ...... - ,,.] h',f:,r one. day afternon, July 1t .at Mrs. John of aceuittal.' ..... ctv nf Park River i's to bc Peoples. Those wishing to go, meeL County and municin |ailq wr? .... m*ed e,n the fine manner in in the city park and autos will be as "schools of crime" bv Dr. "-"-' t-v entertained their guests, provided for transportation. B. L. Scott. director of P=' B,wau ^,,+,^bqe t/mrs, narties and picnic, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee Of Oraf- if Restoration nf the pnnvania were included on the program. Many ton Township were callers in town Denartment of Welfare. He was the ......  ,- .... c -, -,he coreD!l- Sunday. :leader in the canmaign in Pennuyl- m'nts ])aid the city bv the women rants which resulted in le.!s!atio'a who took advantage of the oD)orru- Duncan McLean and son Clarke permitting counties to combine in nity to spend four days away from were Sunday visitors at the home of etabltshing district lnal farms for thei farm home cares. Jams McLean in Tiber Township. Individual del)osits sub jet to check $ 65,843.32 Time certificates of deoosit _ 186.039.63 Cashier's checks outstandi!g .. 6.238.57 258.121.5 Total .................. $283.121.52 State of North Dakota, County b Walsh as. I. C. P. O'Brien, Cashier of tile -bore named bank. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the bes of my knowledge and belief. C. P. O'Brien .Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of July 1929. Garfield Mauriuson. Notary Public. Walsh County, No. Dak. My Commis- sion expires April 20, 1931. (Seal) Correct Attest :- Henry ]Dencker, J. D. Robertson. Directors. I l i HOT WEATHER 'T DOSEN .HELP QUALITY [low to Secure Higher Prices for your Produce __As the MERCURY GOES UP the Quality of cream and eggs GOES DOWN Keep the EGGS in a COOL place - about 60 dedmea and DELIVER to us each THREE DAYS and the prices you get will please you. SWEET CREAM is the kind we 'would lil to have you deliver so we can make BETTER BUTTER and pay you a BETTER PRICE---Keep the cream in a tank of cold water--tke best way possible. Now is the time to get rid of the old roosters and the hens that will not lay--No use to BOARD them. We want springs now. De Soto Grafton, N. Dak. Perfect Fit----SHUE HORN ni Whale o a Spring Grow--Mervin E. Shue, so "His face was lined of Edward Shue, and Miss Martha He was morried." Virginia Horn, daughter of Mr. and This is a misprint for Mrs. Charles H. Hor,n were quietly or worried the same married in Zion Reformed Churcn. i A woman's idea of" York. I shoes are those she'll kicg { This couple should stick to the vs she gets in the hoUSe LAST. limping upstairs in her StOre ii These Start July 8th run all week to J y 13tb Lipton Tea 1-2 Ib I. G. A. Ginger Ale 2 bottles Post Toasties, large 2 for Chocolate Malted Milk Gold Dust, large Canned Spaghetti, I.G.A. Toilet Paper, I.G.A. 3 for Mason Jars of Cocoa Preserves, 16 oz. Currant & Grape Jelly "Apricot, canned no. 2 1-2 Grape Fruit, no. 2 Bid you ever fry I. G. A. per sack 004.O8 Lan(,:sborough M Fresh Meat and READY FOR YOUR HARVEST? I Have You 00een The John Deere Combine? Are you one of,the dozens of grain-growers who have vistted our store to see the John Deere Com- bine? If you are not, we would, like to have you stop in the next time you're io town. If you have seen the JohnUeere, you already know why it's--- The Grain.Savin[00 Combine That's Easier to Operate 4. Roller and BaH Bearings. lraft and long life result from. use of high-grade bearings at friction points. 5. Easy to Oil. High grease gun oiling system makeS ing a swift and easy Job. 6. Powerful Iotor. The that operates the John Deere surplus of power for the pinclS, 7. Easlly-EmpUed G|In Less than a minute is required pty the 65-bushel grain tank on John Deere No, 2. This feature more hours for cutting. Here are some of the features you'll ]ike about the John Deere: l:__Easy to Operate. Controls are grouped on the operator's platform in such a manner that, one man ha complete and instant control of his machine. 2. Saves *the Grain. Cutting, ele- vating, separating and cleaning units are coRstructed with a great margin of safety for saving grain. 3. Sturdily Built, John Deere quality in materais and workman- ship assure long life and good work. Stop in and see the John De'ere---we knew you'll like it and want it for your T. F. MEAGHER & Park River, N. D. WALSH COUNTY PRESS ,mAsdemeanor prisoners Frank Bane, WIFE TRADING AFFAIR Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Fuller from County Press Oom00ioner of the Public Welfare TO BE AIRED IN COURT Edinburg were callers in town Tues- Department in Virginia, described the day on their way to Grafton. James J. Dougherty took an auto sh success of the penal farm system in Famous Mohall Case Will Come Up ESTABLISHED 1 his native state. I For Decision at This Month's load of small children to Grafton on Published every Thursday in th It is hoped to introduce bills ex- Term of Court Tuesday afternoon and had a swell Park River. North Da- tending the penal farm system, thus - time taking in the circus with the 1"0ta, and entered as second cla mat- doing away with the overcrowdea Further attention will be focused kiddies. tnr at the Park River postoffice, rural jail conditions, on North Dakota' first husband an:l wife trading affair, in which two Postmaster I-alberg took in tha THE SWEET POTATO Lansford farm couples were in:olve:.t, circus at Grafton Tuesday afternoon EDITED BY LABS J. S!LJAN Sweet uotatoe are either lnn, nn a the July term of district court cwcus a Grafton Tuesday afternoon. THURSDAD. JULY 4. 1929 thin or short and chunky, and Eas- opening in Mohall on July 10, a accompanied by his son. en consmers ureter the short a,d whmh the four scheduled to ba Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Peck and girls -' chunky ones. This discovery led to brought to rial on charges of file- wore visitors in Grafton taking in INDEPENDENCE DAY research which resutled in an amT, gal cohabitation, the circus. The couples, de?ended by Attorney in2 manifestation of man's know- The gayest, brightest day in all the ledge of the sell end man's power to John J. Coyle of Minot, will conr year is Independence Day, for no true direct the shape of vegetable growtll. !nto court to defend the legality of American can help being thrilled by The New Jery State Agricultural their marriages performed in Mani- STATEMENT the stirring events and tumultuou Experiment Station proed that the toba. resulting in a remating on the No. 724 adventures that preceded the chunky variety of sweet porto will d.Y following the granting of th REPORT - OF CONDITION OF THE signing of the Declaration of Ind,- grow only in soil to which a fertili- divorces in Mint. pendnce and the birth of the Unlte zer rich in pot.sium in relation to The prosecution charges that Mr FARMERS SECURITY BANK Stats as a land dedicated to free- nitrogen ha's been applied..On the bas- and Mrs. Willis Knight and Mr. aPd at Park River, in the State of North dora arid equality. I,i, of five years cxpermient by Prof. Mrs. Lawrence Rikansrud could not, Dakota, at the clo,e of business Jun In fact, the emotions of patriotism Schermerhorn. potato grower of New haw been legally wedded on the day 29th. 1929. following the granting of divorces t Resources , he two women, in as much as the Loans and discounts .... $210.805.37 werfOtlsed by the Fourth of July are so Jersey now have available a formula ul that many times they have for fertilizer, Dr. W. R. Bobbins I persons to excess. . t further extended he work. finding court had ordered that none of Overdrafts, secured and un- In st sun-,burst joy, persons have that short, chunky, potatoes have a them remarry for a pried of 90 days. secured ................ 23t.3] :not exercisednough care. in celehra- I Now re-mated for a period of ap- Waxrants. stocks, tax certi- high percentage of protein, and long, ficates, claims, ec. 16.630.03 tlOn, and countless tragedies have thin on0s a high percentage of car- proximately five months, the two ...... farm couples, living only a short Government issues ....... 10.000.09 unfortunately been the result, ] bohydrates. 1 Fireworks produce beautiful effects I . Specifications were given as to the distance apart, are reported to still Banking house, furniture and help greatly in the proper cole-l ideal dimensions of the commercial be enjoying "the new happineo,'" and fxtures ........... 6.800.0q bratlon of this day of days, but great l sweet potato Four and a half inches which they claimed came to each Other real estate ........ 4.280.19 care must be taken in their use. The  long and two and a half inches thick, after they had exchanged matrimon Curren eXlnes, taxs more dangerous kinds of firework: We are willing to wager that these actions by saying that each had be-' pai|, ovr undivided ought to be discarded altogether.  specifications will be met. And there lieved that they would find more en- profits _ ............... 3.683.99 Above all, no parent should allow l s something inspiring in the thought I j)nent in life if they were paired Check; /md other ' It child to remain unwatched on thiS lNow that the farmer can guide the[ anew and differentUy, t cash items $__950.77 day:. Red, ember, the words of Edldestiny of the sweet potato, there's I For a time. the couples had consid- Cash and. due from ered he adv},,bilY of o,.ain be- other banks .... $29.736.76 30.687.55 :Howe: It is better to be safe than no telling what he'll be able to do I ing wedded, after the 90-day periocl c.ry." - next! Total ................. $283.121.52 t had expired, but on the advice of ' WOMEN ENJOY OUTING their ttorney, who onCcends that Liabilities TATE FARMS IN I the Canadian marriage was lega  Cap,tal Stock paid in ...... 20.000.00 PLACE OF JAILS (Walsh County Record) I they did not do so. Charges aalns: Surplus fund ................ 5.000.00 One of the most significant move- -alsn one Pembina counties, them are to be orosecuted by State'. ments in the country today is th brought to a successful close Friday' AttorneY George Redactor f Me- of the National Oommittee evening the second annual ncamp- hall. and Judue G. Grimson of Rug- Prisons and Prison Labor to SUb- mcnt for farm women, conducted at by will preside. the Walsh County Agricultural ( Three women are on the jury pan. farms for Jails.. _ . . a, , --H,,, ot a,,sl,, N Y a' Training school at Park Rver, unoerj el from which a selection of iuror: "- ...... :"--"-'-'-'- :' "'-- the supervision of extension worker[ to ry them will be made, unless the, e nome oi Aooipn l,ewlsonn, n. ' . ..... , " :mbct was discussed t some lentl  from the State Agricultural college. ! facts are stipulated and only qr2- "' " That the. camp was a success I1 Lewisohn. honorary presI- - . .... tic of law are submitted to th  the Committee: attested by the fact that 47 farm l court. v omen were in attendance durin. . National Committee hs re .... I the four dys and that over two hun- reports from all section or Personal Locals the country indictin the appallin ienVdii ed :'Pda ul:!olg ! . due to the over-crowd- a J r Mrs. M. Nickolav, who has been q [ Jals, We have come to the con- featured by a summ,ry of the wor(to'ue't of relatives in Chicao th,e pa,;t that some cgnstructlve plan dveloved at once. accomplished and an outline of what month returned home Wednesday ac- 'Phere are 3,000 county and mu- is to be done in the future, occupie'tlccmoanied by Mr. Nickolay and Mi:; throughout the country. .t of th time of women at th Geneva Kennedy, who joined her a are overcrowded, with no a- Y'flav meetiqg. New Prague, Minn, made to sewrate types of nf- rn make it possible for the wiv E.R. Landsborougl wants the read. or the rehabilitation of th f W sh and Pembina county far- The youthful come into s to eniov s-ch an outing is a far era attention called to the fact tim: with the hardened criminal step in promoting community sniri, special price advertisements aupear- thus crime Is bred. We intend to m,-., the uests have an excellen; ling in this bauer always applies to :the week following the date of issue. this evil ............ .,*,,, to meet women wlom The advertLement in this week's issue .... "The chane is intended nt only they have something in common. They offers special prices starting next of the risoners but al- "" c,{-,, t ptle to comnarP for the community at larm;. All notes and to receive many sua'estio,, Monday. not criminal, some be- as to What to do to make their life Ine W. C. T. U. will meet Thurs- awaiting' trial with the po- "" ...... - ,,.] h',f:,r one. day afternon, July 1t .at Mrs. John of aceuittal.' ..... ctv nf Park River i's to bc Peoples. Those wishing to go, meeL County and municin |ailq wr? .... m*ed e,n the fine manner in in the city park and autos will be as "schools of crime" bv Dr. "-"-' t-v entertained their guests, provided for transportation. B. L. Scott. director of P=' B,wau ^,,+,^bqe t/mrs, narties and picnic, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lee Of Oraf- if Restoration nf the pnnvania were included on the program. Many ton Township were callers in town Denartment of Welfare. He was the ......  ,- .... c -, -,he coreD!l- Sunday. :leader in the canmaign in Pennuyl- m'nts ])aid the city bv the women rants which resulted in le.!s!atio'a who took advantage of the oD)orru- Duncan McLean and son Clarke permitting counties to combine in nity to spend four days away from were Sunday visitors at the home of etabltshing district lnal farms for thei farm home cares. Jams McLean in Tiber Township. Individual del)osits sub jet to check $ 65,843.32 Time certificates of deoosit _ 186.039.63 Cashier's checks outstandi!g .. 6.238.57 258.121.5 Total .................. $283.121.52 State of North Dakota, County b Walsh as. I. C. P. O'Brien, Cashier of tile -bore named bank. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the bes of my knowledge and belief. C. P. O'Brien .Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of July 1929. Garfield Mauriuson. Notary Public. Walsh County, No. Dak. My Commis- sion expires April 20, 1931. (Seal) Correct Attest :- Henry ]Dencker, J. D. Robertson. Directors. I l i HOT WEATHER 'T DOSEN .HELP QUALITY [low to Secure Higher Prices for your Produce __As the MERCURY GOES UP the Quality of cream and eggs GOES DOWN Keep the EGGS in a COOL place - about 60 dedmea and DELIVER to us each THREE DAYS and the prices you get will please you. SWEET CREAM is the kind we 'would lil to have you deliver so we can make BETTER BUTTER and pay you a BETTER PRICE---Keep the cream in a tank of cold water--tke best way possible. Now is the time to get rid of the old roosters and the hens that will not lay--No use to BOARD them. We want springs now. De Soto Grafton, N. Dak. Perfect Fit----SHUE HORN ni Whale o a Spring Grow--Mervin E. Shue, so "His face was lined of Edward Shue, and Miss Martha He was morried." Virginia Horn, daughter of Mr. and This is a misprint for Mrs. Charles H. Hor,n were quietly or worried the same married in Zion Reformed Churcn. i A woman's idea of" York. I shoes are those she'll kicg { This couple should stick to the vs she gets in the hoUSe LAST. limping upstairs in her StOre ii These Start July 8th run all week to J y 13tb Lipton Tea 1-2 Ib I. G. A. Ginger Ale 2 bottles Post Toasties, large 2 for Chocolate Malted Milk Gold Dust, large Canned Spaghetti, I.G.A. Toilet Paper, I.G.A. 3 for Mason Jars of Cocoa Preserves, 16 oz. Currant & Grape Jelly "Apricot, canned no. 2 1-2 Grape Fruit, no. 2 Bid you ever fry I. G. A. per sack 004.O8 Lan(,:sborough M Fresh Meat and READY FOR YOUR HARVEST? I Have You 00een The John Deere Combine? Are you one of,the dozens of grain-growers who have vistted our store to see the John Deere Com- bine? If you are not, we would, like to have you stop in the next time you're io town. If you have seen the JohnUeere, you already know why it's--- The Grain.Savin[00 Combine That's Easier to Operate 4. Roller and BaH Bearings. lraft and long life result from. use of high-grade bearings at friction points. 5. Easy to Oil. High grease gun oiling system makeS ing a swift and easy Job. 6. Powerful Iotor. The that operates the John Deere surplus of power for the pinclS, 7. Easlly-EmpUed G|In Less than a minute is required pty the 65-bushel grain tank on John Deere No, 2. This feature more hours for cutting. Here are some of the features you'll ]ike about the John Deere: l:__Easy to Operate. Controls are grouped on the operator's platform in such a manner that, one man ha complete and instant control of his machine. 2. Saves *the Grain. Cutting, ele- vating, separating and cleaning units are coRstructed with a great margin of safety for saving grain. 3. Sturdily Built, John Deere quality in materais and workman- ship assure long life and good work. Stop in and see the John De'ere---we knew you'll like it and want it for your T. F. MEAGHER & Park River, N. D.