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WALSH COUNTY PRESS tlvg44r$, % Court N.ets 1 the estate of Halvor T. Hearing on pet!- to sell real estate a the estate of Henry L. also known as Harry and H. L. H. Hausamen, Hearing on petition for ad- Will to probate and ap- executor. Order entered ad- ld Will to probate and ap- Jean C. Hausamen. execu- of executrix filed and ap. de. letters testamentary Ls. r entered for publi=&apos;io- to Creditors and fixing day cf claims, January 10 A, M. Notice so Credl- first Publication June q% County Record Order apprairs and issued. guardian of Shh'- Minor. Hearing on aCCOunt of guardian. allowing second an- of guardian in all re- accotmt of guardian. second annu.q in all respects as the guardianship of Di- minor. Second an- of guardian filed. the estate of Karen Receipt from blL V. S. IRVINE lblla and Surgeon e over Drug Store N. Dak. bl. F. E. WE ED and Sur|eon N. DalE. bll. p. ]. ROSE brrIST I Union Block k Itb, N. Dak. OSAUER Clgropraetle M tl' 162 . lU 'sidenee m tln Street N, DO. ILIIOLI KING N. Dak. Pays " Hendrickson NQ. 4th SL No. Ds&. tQ Porte-Hendriekson State Tax Commissioner showing es- letters of administration and wa4ver tate exempt from inheritance tax of heariing signed by all parties fi!ed. Citation issued and hearng set terested, all being of 1gal age, filed. for July 2nd. 1929 at 10 A.M. Hearng forthwith. Order entered ap- June 19--In the estate of George Dobmeier, deceased. Hearing on peti- tion for admission of will to probate and ,appointing administrator with will annexed Order entered admit- ting said will to probate and aDpoin - ing Jacob Dobmeier administrator with will annexed and fixn bond i. the sum of $1000. Bond of adminln- trator with will annexed approved and filed and letters of administra- tion with Will Annexed issued', there- on. Ordea" entered for pubication of Notice to Creditors and fixing Janu- ary 10th. 930 at at 10 A. M. for hear- ing and adiu'tment of claims. No- tice to creditors issued, first publica- tion June 20th. 1929, Walsh County Press. Order entered appointing ap- praiser's and waran to appraisers is- sued. June 29--In the estate of Ole T. Gorder. also known as Ole Thoresen Gorder, deceased. Petition by admin  istrator to mortgage real estate filed together with waiver of hearing on petition signed by all parties interest- ed. all being of legal age. Hearing pointinig C. F, Peterson admlnistr- .or and fixing bond at $12000. June 22--In the guardianship Warner Lindell and Adele Wands Lindell. minors. Bearing on fifth an- nual account of guardian, order en- tered allowing fifth annual uccounL- ing of guardian in all respects as fil- ed. MARRIAGE LICENSES June 17--Marriage license issued to Homer Townsend of the City of Or- lando, Florida and Miss Gudrun Peal. erson of the City of Grafton, N. D. June 17Mrriage license to Ca F.mer Wendelbo of City of Grafton N. D.. and Miss Lillian Sondeland of .Martin Township, Walsh County, N. D. June 18--Marriage license issued to Butt J. Hanson of Dewey Township : a;sh County, N. D., and Miss Ruta N. Larson. of the Village of Falrdale, Walsh County, N. D. , June 19--Marriage ricense issued to Oscar Hoye of the City of Ilster. metal, "In God We Trust.". I do not forthwith. Order entered licensing Grand Forks County, N. D. and Mis3 doubt theabsolute sincerity of the! OF GEORGE DOBMEIER, DE- CEASED. mortgage of real estate upon admin- Gunhild Brandvold of Lampton Town- declaration I believe they were Notice is hereby given by Jacob istrator furnishing an additional bond hip, Walsh County, N.D. . . I rlght, not wrong. J' Dobmeler, /almlnistra/km- with the June 20---MazTiage license issuec/ o, of $11000.00. T are supposed to be living today, will annexed of the estate of George June 21--In the guardianship of Carl M. Dahl of Vesta Township I Lawrence F. Geneva K. and George J. Walsh County, N. D. and Miss Pearl in stage of great enlightment--in a Dobmeiev, deceased, to the creditors of day of supermen. We are drifting and all persons having claims against Bins, minors. Waiver of hearing on L. Lindell of Dundee Township, Walsh rapidly from the old ways. In this final account of guardian, petition for County, N. D. d ..... n- recei t for June 22 Marrl e license issued to particular and highly-important de  mcnarge o guarman a u p -- ag . clratton of our forefathers, some of 1 ro ert si ned by Geneva Herman C Strander of Crookston, -- ....... ith the asser persona p p Y g " "" ' Hel ' us rusn mo prmb w - K. Bina, now of legal age, filed, Or- Polk County, Minnesota ar M - - - ..- .... .- -h-H-n " ton Waslh t tion ma  s u ,.q, . .......... ax m ardian an ] V Monson of Graf d i range der entered dmch g g gu g ' ' t bad on superstittion an gno 00l00ing s00urities in far eiaSs conGen" County, Noah D00ota If true, then, why. not do eva K. Bina, now of legal ag - [awy with the rest of the historic do- cerned, cu, [ J cument? I I In the estate of Max " J ' June 2- . .  I - , . I I To trust in a supreme being does E. Callahan, deceased. Petitmn cr i '/ t.a/ ]l not fit into the ideas of some of our .--_ =- -. I people. They cant bear to admit ( " T. DAHL & CO. / General Contrtor and Builders House Raising & Repairing Mason Work 1 Estimates Furnished Phone 201 Park River, N. DalE. DAVID MEBERG GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Building Estimates Furnished Prk River, N. DalL THEO. I. TORGERSON Painter nd Paperhanger Free Estimates Furnished Phone 203 Park River, No, Dk. PARI[ RIVER FURNITURE CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS Phone 19 Motor Hearse Park River, N. Dak. l:lsnge 59 Wet, acres subsequently the operation of the said cage lien, described as Ing at the Southwest Corver og aid Qua%er, thence North along the quarter section line 18 rods. thence East at right, angleg l'/d rods, thence South at right angles 18 rods, hcnce West at right an- g!es 18 rods, thence Veest at right FAITII OF OUR FATHERS angles along the south line ;.r peddle the propaganda of tYie very said quarter 17% rods to tha We hear a great deal about the poople who Seek to overthrow it. place of beglning, illustrious framers of our Constitu- To proclaim a trust in God when will be foreclosed by sale of these lion--all of it to their credit, by the we don't do anything of the kind-- premises to be held at the front door way. if not hyp<x)zisy it' just plain lying! of the Court Hous at Grafton. They must have been good men. Fortunately for our beloved coun- North Dakota on August 5, 1929 at I cannot believe they were ignorant, try, the people who live in the "Faith 2:00 P. I. to satisfy the sum of tt'icky or designing; the destiny of a great nation depended on their int- of Gin" Fathers," are in the maid - , $4548.51 due upon such mortgage on ,ity of purpose--their wisdom of ity. I can't help shuddering at the the date of sale, plus attorney's fee action. They lived at a time when, growth and publicity of the tribe who and costs. don't believe anything but them- Dated June 25, 1929, , "an appeal to arms. and to the Loa'd selves! Jackson Street Corporation. of hosts," was all that was left fo  &ssignee of Mortgagee. them. ] .... Harold King, One of their permanent creations' NOTICE TO C, REDrORS Attorney for Asignee of MOtgageeo was metallic mony--a highly essen- STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA,) Park River, North Dakota. tial medium in any sort of cdmmer6] )s June 27 to Aug. 1, 1929 cial transaction. These men caused to COUNTY OF WAIH ) be st.mped deep IntO the precious COUNTY COUR'I IN THE MA'I'rF OF THE ESTATE NOTICE TO PAINTERS LOANS SAVINGS The Fidelity Bldg. & Loan As- sociation will consider applications for first mortgage loans on Im- proved real estate in Park River. Monthly installment plan. Last devidend on savings slmres 9, per cent. E. R. Dodds District Agent NEW ROCKFORD, N. D. Found What is Best Constipated People Wanted2-Sea3ed bids on painting County machine shed, back of CuntY Agricultural school at Park River; to be painted two coats, Bids will be received  up to two o'clock Saturcta, June 29, 1929, at: which time bids will be opened. BIL% ::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:. ....... .': - i!:?i.:i'<i::.:,::i :':::!:!:i::!:i:]::]:.Y'"-.-.-:::i::: :?:::.:>: ? .;:::!]: .-: ..i.: ]: .:.:..i-::: "i:!:i:!i .$:!:!::..i::::!:::::i:!!:::-::i.i. ..]:i:::::::i ?.:4 "i:i:i::  : : : !; !: i "" !!;:: : : :" ::'i::i:i.:! ' i!ii!.,<':'!:!:!:!;xx':!]!'.:!" :::.!::i:iii::[ i:. AT A$ a3 have gotten many hundreds of et- else failed. Every drugstore sells Dr. Caldo wdlh yrup -Pepsin. Keep a bottle in your .home,--wtmre many livo someone is sure to need it quickly. We would . iz!ad to have your prove at our expehse how much Dr. Caldwell's Syrup PeIin tan meant i to you and your Just writo l Syrup Popsin, MontieaLo, Illinois, I and we will send you Fvel:,i  | at Monticello, "human body, not it, was Dr. Lld- than half his rhildren and the ones .moat of- illnes were n ahpv---eolds, biliousnos--ad first a thorough Were constilted. years' pre from Rash in 1875), he In such of lia own laxative hertm he decided to the manufactur known sm Dr. and m that placed private genera, are gvmg Who were given Every. aeeond om,on e some- dr.g store to )ttles of Dr.  hasecl on merit, one satisfied There am tou. country that a bottle of Dr. Pel and Mrs. Jessie Woo/row Sayre of Boston, Mass., daughter of the late President Woodrow Wilson, who it is reported will soon be "launched" as a caPaidatc tot. United States Senator. their dependence on any higher pow- er. Listen. now: They will. in time. place for hearing and adjustg a1 come to a defiance of all law; if we claims. can't trust in just God, ,as our fore,,. fathers did, shall we put our trust in l Man? Men who today "swear by'*[ the sazxed Constltution--who preach I adherence to the sacred document, said deceased to present them with to cover labor only or labor and whte the necessary vouchers, to the sal:l paint of best grade. administrator with the Will annex-' Mail r deliver bids to E.J. . ed atthe office of Gray & Myers at tor, Walh County Agricultural Graftma, 1orth Dakota, within six I lr School, " to Chester Thompson, months after the first publicalon of Chairman of County Commissioners, thls notice, l Park Rtver. N.D. M-It Notice is further given that the 10th day of January 1930, at ten o'clock A. M., at the bffice of the County Judge in the Court House at Grafton, North Dakota, has been fix. ed by said Court at the time. an' EM this 19th day of June 1929. JACOB DOBMEIER, Administrtor with Will Annexed. First Publicaton June 20th, 1929. 10-3t NOTICE may file their objections thereto wtt$t Notice is hereby given that a mot- the undersigned at any time prior to' gage of $4000.00, executed and dells- August 5th. 1929 - cred by Chris Klunk ad Kathrina By order of the District Court. Klunk. his wife. mortgagors, to A. Dated at Grafton, North Dakota, June 24th, 1929. (M1) Thomas J. Hood Clerk of the District Court, Walsh County, North Dakota. ll-6t STATEMENT No. 2436 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Park River, in the State of North Dakota. at the close of business on June 29, 1929. Resources Loans rd d'cotms ___$181,380.73 Ovct drats .............. 383.87 U. S, Government securities owned ........  ....... 65,000.00 Other bonds, stocks and se- curitie owned .......... 44,245.2Q Banking house, $14,450 Furniture and fixtures, $1,800 .................. 16.250.00 Real estate owned other than banking house ...... 12,500.00 you Reserve" with Federal Re- when serve Bank ............ 12.772.24 the Cash and due from bans_- 19,149.05 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer ........ 1.250.00 Tota I .................. 352.934.1 Liabilities CaDltal stock paid in ...... 25 000.O0 Surnlus ................. 25.000.00 Undivided profit,--net .... 1,310.45 Reserves for dividends, con- tingencies, etc ........... 317.94 Clrct latlng notes out- standing ............... 25,000.00 Due to banks, including certified and cashiers' checks crtstanding ..... 9,614.621 223 whom you need ome plumbing ork done Demand deposits ........ 100,753.a [ " " Time deposit. .......... 165'937"60i ) DUFFY ................. [ . C. St'te of North Dakota. County of I ' |)*.at,., in Wlsh. ss: Ii %'il,',lltli|.|aZd F|oqt'!c I,linill i I. K. D. nnett. Cashier of +.',,e I For'Farm and City Lllitlag .bove-amec! bank. do solemnly swear t Plumbing and Heating that the above statement is true t, PARK RIVEH g DAk the best of my knowledge and belief. K D, BENNETT, Cashier. ,.bbed .ha ..- to before me this 2 dav of Jvlv. 1929. DVID MILLS, Notary Public. SEAL) Correct---Attest: KARL J. FA,I R. M. BENNETT B. B. FaruD. Director. McConvlile, mor+gag ee, dated March 15, 1920 filed in the office of the gister of Deeds of Walsh County, North Dakota, on March 25, 1920 re- corded in book 97 of Mortgages at pae 252 and thereafter assigned by the mortgagee and assignees of mort gages to Jackson Street Corporation, on the following real estate in Walsh County, North Dakota: The Northeast Quarter of Sec- tion 26 In Towrmhip 157 North of NOTICE OF APPI,VCATION FO{ D$SSOLUTIO at* CRPORATION State of North l"kot, ) ) ss I Count- of W Ush ) In Ditrict Court S,cond JudicL]l Dietrict. IN THF, l{^%rER fl THE DIS- SOLUTION O THE FIP,qT STAT B.ANK OF L%N[IN. m cornoration. Noice L hereby miven that an aD-' pliatfcn has been flied in this Court mn behalf of the stockho|ders of The First State Bsnk of Lankin. a torpor-I stion, created, organized and existing, nder and by virtue of th laws of I North Dalota, Draying that a judg- I ment be entered dissolving the said i corporation.  I Notice is further given to all par- ties, tf any, desiring" to object to the' granting of said application, that they The Frederick Hotel Grand Fork's Popular Hotel Ram from  to lt, ll. w4niam (% Lslm, 1. Grand lm'ks. I. n. The Pleasure in Savin00 i People do not save for the sake of g money itself, but for the purpose of the purchasing power that goes with the pmmeseion of money. Some ave with a definite object in view, otherl be- cause they know the desires that can thus be saffled. It is this anticllnUon that make sving a pleasure This Bank is helping a great many to Imrtiellte in the pleasure of saving. "S 1 First Natl0na Bank Park-River, N. D. Karl J. Parup, president. K. D. Bennett, Cashier, Home o/the Far.Reachi. Service" . t We'll S(r,d a at Cnce" And you may be sure are hearing the truth the man at our end of wire says that. We realize tilat when a plumber is needed, lie Lq need ed quickly. We get him to you qufkly. Our work II expert, our ratee low. TrY us out and you will Find that when we fix thlu they stay fixed. We are ready at any moment to tackle any Job, big or small' Just give us a ring at Phone Farmers Security Bank The Home C, n<rolied Bank B,ankin00 Mail Here's a very simple way for the much-travelled man to continue contact with his ho b. Bank by Mail! All tlt's necessary is to elo your depesR, or instruction on what you wish done, and turn it over to Uncle Sam's  Wen do the rest! Farmers Security Bank GFFICER: llenry Deneker Pres. ('. P. O'Brlen Cashier G. $. Maurltson Asst. cashier WALSH COUNTY PRESS tlvg44r$, % Court N.ets 1 the estate of Halvor T. Hearing on pet!- to sell real estate a the estate of Henry L. also known as Harry and H. L. H. Hausamen, Hearing on petition for ad- Will to probate and ap- executor. Order entered ad- ld Will to probate and ap- Jean C. Hausamen. execu- of executrix filed and ap. de. letters testamentary Ls. r entered for publi='io- to Creditors and fixing day cf claims, January 10 A, M. Notice so Credl- first Publication June q% County Record Order apprairs and issued. guardian of Shh'- Minor. Hearing on aCCOunt of guardian. allowing second an- of guardian in all re- accotmt of guardian. second annu.q in all respects as the guardianship of Di- minor. Second an- of guardian filed. the estate of Karen Receipt from blL V. S. IRVINE lblla and Surgeon e over Drug Store N. Dak. bl. F. E. WE ED and Sur|eon N. DalE. bll. p. ]. ROSE brrIST I Union Block k Itb, N. Dak. OSAUER Clgropraetle M tl' 162 . lU 'sidenee m tln Street N, DO. ILIIOLI KING N. Dak. Pays " Hendrickson NQ. 4th SL No. Ds&. tQ Porte-Hendriekson State Tax Commissioner showing es- letters of administration and wa4ver tate exempt from inheritance tax of heariing signed by all parties fi!ed. Citation issued and hearng set terested, all being of 1gal age, filed. for July 2nd. 1929 at 10 A.M. Hearng forthwith. Order entered ap- June 19--In the estate of George Dobmeier, deceased. Hearing on peti- tion for admission of will to probate and ,appointing administrator with will annexed Order entered admit- ting said will to probate and aDpoin - ing Jacob Dobmeier administrator with will annexed and fixn bond i. the sum of $1000. Bond of adminln- trator with will annexed approved and filed and letters of administra- tion with Will Annexed issued', there- on. Ordea" entered for pubication of Notice to Creditors and fixing Janu- ary 10th. 930 at at 10 A. M. for hear- ing and adiu'tment of claims. No- tice to creditors issued, first publica- tion June 20th. 1929, Walsh County Press. Order entered appointing ap- praiser's and waran to appraisers is- sued. June 29--In the estate of Ole T. Gorder. also known as Ole Thoresen Gorder, deceased. Petition by admin  istrator to mortgage real estate filed together with waiver of hearing on petition signed by all parties interest- ed. all being of legal age. Hearing pointinig C. F, Peterson admlnistr- .or and fixing bond at $12000. June 22--In the guardianship Warner Lindell and Adele Wands Lindell. minors. Bearing on fifth an- nual account of guardian, order en- tered allowing fifth annual uccounL- ing of guardian in all respects as fil- ed. MARRIAGE LICENSES June 17--Marriage license issued to Homer Townsend of the City of Or- lando, Florida and Miss Gudrun Peal. erson of the City of Grafton, N. D. June 17Mrriage license to Ca F.mer Wendelbo of City of Grafton N. D.. and Miss Lillian Sondeland of .Martin Township, Walsh County, N. D. June 18--Marriage license issued to Butt J. Hanson of Dewey Township : a;sh County, N. D., and Miss Ruta N. Larson. of the Village of Falrdale, Walsh County, N. D. , June 19--Marriage ricense issued to Oscar Hoye of the City of Ilster. metal, "In God We Trust.". I do not forthwith. Order entered licensing Grand Forks County, N. D. and Mis3 doubt theabsolute sincerity of the! OF GEORGE DOBMEIER, DE- CEASED. mortgage of real estate upon admin- Gunhild Brandvold of Lampton Town- declaration I believe they were Notice is hereby given by Jacob istrator furnishing an additional bond hip, Walsh County, N.D. . . I rlght, not wrong. J' Dobmeler, /almlnistra/km- with the June 20---MazTiage license issuec/ o, of $11000.00. T are supposed to be living today, will annexed of the estate of George June 21--In the guardianship of Carl M. Dahl of Vesta Township I Lawrence F. Geneva K. and George J. Walsh County, N. D. and Miss Pearl in stage of great enlightment--in a Dobmeiev, deceased, to the creditors of day of supermen. We are drifting and all persons having claims against Bins, minors. Waiver of hearing on L. Lindell of Dundee Township, Walsh rapidly from the old ways. In this final account of guardian, petition for County, N. D. d ..... n- recei t for June 22 Marrl e license issued to particular and highly-important de  mcnarge o guarman a u p -- ag . clratton of our forefathers, some of 1 ro ert si ned by Geneva Herman C Strander of Crookston, -- ....... ith the asser persona p p Y g " "" ' Hel ' us rusn mo prmb w - K. Bina, now of legal age, filed, Or- Polk County, Minnesota ar M - - - ..- .... .- -h-H-n " ton Waslh t tion ma  s u ,.q, . .......... ax m ardian an ] V Monson of Graf d i range der entered dmch g g gu g ' ' t bad on superstittion an gno 00l00ing s00urities in far eiaSs conGen" County, Noah D00ota If true, then, why. not do eva K. Bina, now of legal ag - [awy with the rest of the historic do- cerned, cu, [ J cument? I I In the estate of Max " J ' June 2- . .  I - , . I I To trust in a supreme being does E. Callahan, deceased. Petitmn cr i '/ t.a/ ]l not fit into the ideas of some of our .--_ =- -. I people. They cant bear to admit ( " T. DAHL & CO. / General Contrtor and Builders House Raising & Repairing Mason Work 1 Estimates Furnished Phone 201 Park River, N. DalE. DAVID MEBERG GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Building Estimates Furnished Prk River, N. DalL THEO. I. TORGERSON Painter nd Paperhanger Free Estimates Furnished Phone 203 Park River, No, Dk. PARI[ RIVER FURNITURE CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS Phone 19 Motor Hearse Park River, N. Dak. l:lsnge 59 Wet, acres subsequently the operation of the said cage lien, described as Ing at the Southwest Corver og aid Qua%er, thence North along the quarter section line 18 rods. thence East at right, angleg l'/d rods, thence South at right angles 18 rods, hcnce West at right an- g!es 18 rods, thence Veest at right FAITII OF OUR FATHERS angles along the south line ;.r peddle the propaganda of tYie very said quarter 17% rods to tha We hear a great deal about the poople who Seek to overthrow it. place of beglning, illustrious framers of our Constitu- To proclaim a trust in God when will be foreclosed by sale of these lion--all of it to their credit, by the we don't do anything of the kind-- premises to be held at the front door way. if not hyp<x)zisy it' just plain lying! of the Court Hous at Grafton. They must have been good men. Fortunately for our beloved coun- North Dakota on August 5, 1929 at I cannot believe they were ignorant, try, the people who live in the "Faith 2:00 P. I. to satisfy the sum of tt'icky or designing; the destiny of a great nation depended on their int- of Gin" Fathers," are in the maid - , $4548.51 due upon such mortgage on ,ity of purpose--their wisdom of ity. I can't help shuddering at the the date of sale, plus attorney's fee action. They lived at a time when, growth and publicity of the tribe who and costs. don't believe anything but them- Dated June 25, 1929, , "an appeal to arms. and to the Loa'd selves! Jackson Street Corporation. of hosts," was all that was left fo  &ssignee of Mortgagee. them. ] .... Harold King, One of their permanent creations' NOTICE TO C, REDrORS Attorney for Asignee of MOtgageeo was metallic mony--a highly essen- STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA,) Park River, North Dakota. tial medium in any sort of cdmmer6] )s June 27 to Aug. 1, 1929 cial transaction. These men caused to COUNTY OF WAIH ) be st.mped deep IntO the precious COUNTY COUR'I IN THE MA'I'rF OF THE ESTATE NOTICE TO PAINTERS LOANS SAVINGS The Fidelity Bldg. & Loan As- sociation will consider applications for first mortgage loans on Im- proved real estate in Park River. Monthly installment plan. Last devidend on savings slmres 9, per cent. E. R. Dodds District Agent NEW ROCKFORD, N. D. Found What is Best Constipated People Wanted2-Sea3ed bids on painting County machine shed, back of CuntY Agricultural school at Park River; to be painted two coats, Bids will be received  up to two o'clock Saturcta, June 29, 1929, at: which time bids will be opened. BIL% ::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:. ....... .': - i!:?i.:i'<i::.:,::i :':::!:!:i::!:i:]::]:.Y'"-.-.-:::i::: :?:::.:>: ? .;:::!]: .-: ..i.: ]: .:.:..i-::: "i:!:i:!i .$:!:!::..i::::!:::::i:!!:::-::i.i. ..]:i:::::::i ?.:4 "i:i:i::  : : : !; !: i "" !!;:: : : :" ::'i::i:i.:! ' i!ii!.,<':'!:!:!:!;xx':!]!'.:!" :::.!::i:iii::[ i:. AT A$ a3 have gotten many hundreds of et- else failed. Every drugstore sells Dr. Caldo wdlh yrup -Pepsin. Keep a bottle in your .home,--wtmre many livo someone is sure to need it quickly. We would . iz!ad to have your prove at our expehse how much Dr. Caldwell's Syrup PeIin tan meant i to you and your Just writo l Syrup Popsin, MontieaLo, Illinois, I and we will send you Fvel:,i  | at Monticello, "human body, not it, was Dr. Lld- than half his rhildren and the ones .moat of- illnes were n ahpv---eolds, biliousnos--ad first a thorough Were constilted. years' pre from Rash in 1875), he In such of lia own laxative hertm he decided to the manufactur known sm Dr. and m that placed private genera, are gvmg Who were given Every. aeeond om,on e some- dr.g store to )ttles of Dr.  hasecl on merit, one satisfied There am tou. country that a bottle of Dr. Pel and Mrs. Jessie Woo/row Sayre of Boston, Mass., daughter of the late President Woodrow Wilson, who it is reported will soon be "launched" as a caPaidatc tot. United States Senator. their dependence on any higher pow- er. Listen. now: They will. in time. place for hearing and adjustg a1 come to a defiance of all law; if we claims. can't trust in just God, ,as our fore,,. fathers did, shall we put our trust in l Man? Men who today "swear by'*[ the sazxed Constltution--who preach I adherence to the sacred document, said deceased to present them with to cover labor only or labor and whte the necessary vouchers, to the sal:l paint of best grade. administrator with the Will annex-' Mail r deliver bids to E.J. . ed atthe office of Gray & Myers at tor, Walh County Agricultural Graftma, 1orth Dakota, within six I lr School, " to Chester Thompson, months after the first publicalon of Chairman of County Commissioners, thls notice, l Park Rtver. N.D. M-It Notice is further given that the 10th day of January 1930, at ten o'clock A. M., at the bffice of the County Judge in the Court House at Grafton, North Dakota, has been fix. ed by said Court at the time. an' EM this 19th day of June 1929. JACOB DOBMEIER, Administrtor with Will Annexed. First Publicaton June 20th, 1929. 10-3t NOTICE may file their objections thereto wtt$t Notice is hereby given that a mot- the undersigned at any time prior to' gage of $4000.00, executed and dells- August 5th. 1929 - cred by Chris Klunk ad Kathrina By order of the District Court. Klunk. his wife. mortgagors, to A. Dated at Grafton, North Dakota, June 24th, 1929. (M1) Thomas J. Hood Clerk of the District Court, Walsh County, North Dakota. ll-6t STATEMENT No. 2436 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Park River, in the State of North Dakota. at the close of business on June 29, 1929. Resources Loans rd d'cotms ___$181,380.73 Ovct drats .............. 383.87 U. S, Government securities owned ........  ....... 65,000.00 Other bonds, stocks and se- curitie owned .......... 44,245.2Q Banking house, $14,450 Furniture and fixtures, $1,800 .................. 16.250.00 Real estate owned other than banking house ...... 12,500.00 you Reserve" with Federal Re- when serve Bank ............ 12.772.24 the Cash and due from bans_- 19,149.05 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer ........ 1.250.00 Tota I .................. 352.934.1 Liabilities CaDltal stock paid in ...... 25 000.O0 Surnlus ................. 25.000.00 Undivided profit,--net .... 1,310.45 Reserves for dividends, con- tingencies, etc ........... 317.94 Clrct latlng notes out- standing ............... 25,000.00 Due to banks, including certified and cashiers' checks crtstanding ..... 9,614.621 223 whom you need ome plumbing ork done Demand deposits ........ 100,753.a [ " " Time deposit. .......... 165'937"60i ) DUFFY ................. [ . C. St'te of North Dakota. County of I ' |)*.at,., in Wlsh. ss: Ii %'il,',lltli|.|aZd F|oqt'!c I,linill i I. K. D. nnett. Cashier of +.',,e I For'Farm and City Lllitlag .bove-amec! bank. do solemnly swear t Plumbing and Heating that the above statement is true t, PARK RIVEH g DAk the best of my knowledge and belief. K D, BENNETT, Cashier. ,.bbed .ha ..- to before me this 2 dav of Jvlv. 1929. DVID MILLS, Notary Public. SEAL) Correct---Attest: KARL J. FA,I R. M. BENNETT B. B. FaruD. Director. McConvlile, mor+gag ee, dated March 15, 1920 filed in the office of the gister of Deeds of Walsh County, North Dakota, on March 25, 1920 re- corded in book 97 of Mortgages at pae 252 and thereafter assigned by the mortgagee and assignees of mort gages to Jackson Street Corporation, on the following real estate in Walsh County, North Dakota: The Northeast Quarter of Sec- tion 26 In Towrmhip 157 North of NOTICE OF APPI,VCATION FO{ D$SSOLUTIO at* CRPORATION State of North l"kot, ) ) ss I Count- of W Ush ) In Ditrict Court S,cond JudicL]l Dietrict. IN THF, l{^%rER fl THE DIS- SOLUTION O THE FIP,qT STAT B.ANK OF L%N[IN. m cornoration. Noice L hereby miven that an aD-' pliatfcn has been flied in this Court mn behalf of the stockho|ders of The First State Bsnk of Lankin. a torpor-I stion, created, organized and existing, nder and by virtue of th laws of I North Dalota, Draying that a judg- I ment be entered dissolving the said i corporation.  I Notice is further given to all par- ties, tf any, desiring" to object to the' granting of said application, that they The Frederick Hotel Grand Fork's Popular Hotel Ram from  to lt, ll. w4niam (% Lslm, 1. Grand lm'ks. I. n. The Pleasure in Savin00 i People do not save for the sake of g money itself, but for the purpose of the purchasing power that goes with the pmmeseion of money. Some ave with a definite object in view, otherl be- cause they know the desires that can thus be saffled. It is this anticllnUon that make sving a pleasure This Bank is helping a great many to Imrtiellte in the pleasure of saving. "S 1 First Natl0na Bank Park-River, N. D. Karl J. Parup, president. K. D. Bennett, Cashier, Home o/the Far.Reachi. Service" . t We'll S(r,d a at Cnce" And you may be sure are hearing the truth the man at our end of wire says that. We realize tilat when a plumber is needed, lie Lq need ed quickly. We get him to you qufkly. Our work II expert, our ratee low. 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