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Hints ':lllm Hart or picnic dinenr may eal to the one it. but nevertheless indulged in frequently, so healthful• so full or nteal COOked out of doors. keep tucked awy the shabby pans discarded for general use; eXCellent picnic utensils hesite to use. And keep a Pply of paper plate., natktns, and those cunning fOrks and spoons that can WALSH GOUNTY PRESS i -- beans to use several kinds at th tance tax. citation issued and hear- /. i same time" F0r example" mix yellOw" ing set for August Ist' 1929 at 10 Aeyed beans, navy and kidney beans M. ,0Ofl 10 ,I in equal quantities. Prepare accord- July 17Estate of Hans A. Morstad ing to usual receipe for Boston Bake0' cr Hans Anderson l[orstad, deceased, .ens or add to the basic recipe a Eleventh .annual account of executor choped onion and half green pepper and receipt for r,2nts and profits fm chopped, the year 1928, filed. 1 July 17--Guardianship of Paul Salad Deliglt Twedt'en, Owen Twedten and Harol3 Slice two bananc.s, dice 2 rings o[ Twedten, minors. Hearing on first . pineapple, add 2 chopped pimientos, annual report and account of guar- TIlE RRIDGE OF SIGHS and a square of cream cheese cut iu dian. Recently a very rich and nationally- COURT DECIDES BANK O STATE" IS NOT PUBLIC small cubes. Bland with cream July 17Estate of Thomas Durkln. mayonnaise and serve on iced hearts deceased. Affidavit of publication of known citizen was sentenced to serve Nctice to Creditors, filed. Decree made a term in jail, and was finally placc,a NorthDakotaLDakota's notbankthea publicBankinstitu-Cf of 1,2tt uce. Use the juice from "a can of pine-, and entered showing due andlegal no- there that justice might prevail over North 1 apple withwhite grape juice, a little tire to creditors. No claims present- all. Just what the offense was, that tion. "It is h private bmk and the state leman and charged water to make t ed. brought this punishment, does not engaged in its conduct, is liable fro, most refreshing summer drink. Ga'n I July 18--Estate of Dagn'e Viger, de- ten cent store, ish with maraschino cherries and I ceased. Assignment of claim again concern me particularly. Guilt mut the payment of f£deral income arc of a .roadside dinner Is said estate from Albert Vier to the be assumed if provenhe termbey°ndof imprDd°ubt" capitalbe leviedst°CkfromtaXes'tlme aSto thetime.Same m' I To cook too much be- diced pineapple and serve over crush- ScandinavianAmerican Bank o," I did notice that*t ..... , Such is the holding of the United| llite Slmlls the fun. So ed 4-ce. / easy as well . If you wrap ice-cold bottles of gin- Grafton, N. D., of all interest in said sonment was comparatwely snor. States circuit court of appeals, at- good things that get ale or oher beverage in many estate, filed. ° Ahnost at the same time, a poor firming a decision by Judge Andrew' 'nvronnent r thicknesses of newspap:r they wslellve:l July IS--Estate o Stefan K. Sko-- to prepare, ta2n their temperature for _ . gem deceased. Final account of an- ---t_._ humS. Wrap each bottle separately, mtnistrator and petition for setlemevt then wrap all together in more news- together with petition for determina# Picnic Dinner paper. I tlon of inheritance tax showin estate Sandwiches I  -------- ^.  l inlvent and order thereon filed. Ci- in the open) € ]ration issued and hearinSf set for Au- Bweet Potatoes  tl ly5,1:Tn :el0es:teMof J.ns Tot_ and ish in Couaty Curt Notes g'jtul camp fire) mayonnai00 00oeCe00e::0000 a;00e00?l report Cakes n deceased General Inventory c r • me, ' • July 18---GuazxlianshJ of Olade Beverage • and warrant to appraisers filed. Mabel Lien, a minor. Thirteenth an- most capital offense. The jurors, kind not exempt it ffm taxation for the and costs. nual account of guardian filed. Cita- and heartful men. were puzzled: had reason that '"its functions were those Dated June 25. 1929. Itot or Cold ltt -eked Beans ves the flavm- of July 15---Estate of Joseph. S obou-v, I deceased. Petition for partial distrl  baked bution, reduction of bond and secon issued and hearing set for August 1st, " l}lL V. S. IRVINE Fictan and Surgeon rs0's Drug Store N. Dak. hlL F. E. WEED llYiCian and Surgeon abet, N. Dak. bit. p. j. ROSE I)NTIST Ill Union Block N. Dak. O. SAUER Of Chiropractic eL 11 162 __ ha Residenc© Main Street a', ""---" N. Dak. BIOLI) KING LAWYER WMtrom Building N. Dak. Pays" G. Hendrlckson Notice  hereby gage of $4000.00, executed and , crcd by Chris Klunk and Klunk, his wife. motgagors, McConvi!le, mortgagee, 15, 1920 filed in the office of the gister of Deeds of Walsh CountF: North Dakota. on March 25, 192{} re• (rded in book 97 of Mortgages a page 252 and thereafter assigned by he mortgagee and assignees of mort. gagee to Jck,;on Street Corporation, on the following real etate In Walsll County, North Dakota: The Northemst Quarter of Sec- tion 26 in Township 157 "North of Range 59 West, less about two acre. subsequently released from the opeTation of the saSd mort-. zage lien, described as ing at the Southwest Corner of said ' Quarter, thence North " aloug the quarter section line 18 rods, thence East at right ang rods. thence South at old washerwoman, living In a great Miller of the United States district I lg?e7;'ro:?CteW::t:st at right " city near me, was .estel .with the eo; decision is made in an atiou / a_.glesenr g sh e tt. goods on her.' She naa, m her squa- h..,,t by the Bank of North Da-I mutt q lid apartment, something like a gallon ;o;eklng a refund of $6,085, repre-] ae oorcg, sale of the. of corn whiskey; she admitted dis- sentlng capital stbk taxes paid by it w by pensing this liquid from time to time, I for the years..1971,.1922, aridfl9:.. °r l PofThi: es °our:ido ut th:t {r:ad  " , In its decision, the clrCUl uJtub [ in order to ease the flnlncial going,] ..... hat even though the North Dakota on August 5, 1929 tl she was 81, and not able to turn out atPpeawn°'::l :f the capital stock in I 2:0@ P. M.etO ' oS:tih theortS  o  washing as m mr 3ounger years, the bank and its profits are covered l$4548-51 du '. p .. R.ecent enactments made hers an al-'it, the 'state treasury, that fact dostthe date of sale, plus attorneys fee: at 2 P. M. July 16--Estate of Minnie M. Shan- non, also known as Mary M. Shannon" deceased. Final Account of Admini,. nNgorCt.Tit a forget, she drew six months' impri-be taxed because it was a state instl  tratrix and petition for distribution I PTh: ' te . Potato Orow: ,=onment. She went "m jail defiant, tution. filed, together with petition by admm- " " A question as to justice of the law Insofar as the years following 1923 istratrix for determination of inheri- ers association, recently launched a, Portal, will attempt to sign up 70 per ent of the combined potato acreage arises, but it should not. There is no are concerned, it is understood that! .... of South Dakota. North Dakota. Min- ex:cnuation in violation of law by the taxes levied are nominal, as the T. DAL t CO. ne'ota.sin. MaineNeW andY°rk" Michigan Wlqcon-' rich or poor. youn or old. The so- bank is privileged to charge off cer- Washington. officer'.; called crime wave is appalling; the fain loses sttstained in earlier years / • law must be ste:'n and prevail---or, fall of operation. General Contractor and Builders announced, down in its impotence. It must no /Ls to employees of the Bank or House Raising & Repairing fall down. North Dakota, they have ben pay- Mason Work Oppose New Ti me Estimates Furnished Phone 201 DissatisfaCtion with the new time Age and condition are no excuse for h federal income tax, while employe, Park River, ' N. Dak. thelaW stateWhiChonPlaCedcentralthestandardWeSt'rntimePart of crime. Ignorance and self-will are of the state, itself, are exempt. By In- the causes of most violations of law. this decision, the employees of the I stead of the mountain time, Which Even poverty does not justify a man bank must continue to pay fed'craI -- had formerly been in use, is generat or woman to rob. or to enter into un- incomeThe BanktaxeS'of North Dakota statls-,] " in the vicinity of Iildeer, according to lavful commerce. an article in the Klildeer Herald. It never pays, even to violate an tics of its financial activities at the Farmers ,especially ape reported as unreasonable law. Such laws axe no someel°'se orbit business,figures asJUneits resources29' deal withand disliking the law. They state that done away with by that method. En- liabiliti'es balance at $58.068,151.69 In they cannot get to work any earlier lightenment bringb about better con- since hey go by. the sun. Noon Gum- ditions, ignorance and crime never. I the formal report made by the man- ing arly puts both horses and men wish we could think of Americans as agement. in the field during the hottest part v  a happy, law-,abiding people. We ca only realize this. when our people uni- MARRIAGE LICENSE Ne. 4th St. No. DalL te Porte-Hendriekaon DAVID MEBERG • GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Building Estimates Furnished park River, N. Dak. THEO. I. TORGERSON Painter and Paperhanger Free Estimates Furnished Phone 203 park River, No. Dak. PARK RIVER FURNITURE C0. FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS Phone I0 Motor Hearse Park River, N. Dak. LOANS SAVINGS The Fidelity Bldg. & Loan As- sociation will consider applicatiom for first mortgage loans on im- proved real estate in Park River. Monthly installment plan. Last devidend on savings shares per cent. E. R. Dodds District Agent NEW ROCKFORD, N. D. Found What is Best Constipated People tion issued and hearing set for Augu.t thi ve:v old woman exerted her ut- 'of a private business enterprise, and) Jackson Street corporation, 15, 1929 at 10 A.M. most strength. he could not have had no connection with. the functlon HaroldASSignee'°fKlng, Mortgagee. .July 19 Guardianship of Earl 1. done nuch harm to anybody, by rea-i of government." Ososki, et al Minors• Hearing cn so of her senility. But she was a In this case, a federal capil;l stocklAtt°rney for Assignee of Mogagee ninth annual account of guardian, vioiator of law, and knew she was tax was at issue, the Bank of North Park River, North Dakota. doing wr'ong at the tirne. If I do no€ Dakota contending that it could no" June-27 td Aug. 1, 1929 versally work for it. We'll,Send a Nan at ! "00nce" And you may be sure yon are hearing the truth when the m&n at onr end of the wire .qys that. We realize that when a plumber is needed, he is need- ed quickly. We get him to you quickly. Our work Is expert, our rater low. Try us out and you will Find that when we fix things, they stay fixed. We are ready at mty moment to tackle amy Job, bl or muU* Just give us a ring at Phom 228 where you need some plumbing work done. P. C. DUFFY Dealer I o Nathma*l Mazda Electric Lamps For Farm and City IAghthg [ Plumbing and Heutlng the day. Converse Will Be Income Tax Deputy C. C. Converse, former state tax commissioner during the dministra- tion of Governor R. A. Nestos, arrive In Bismarck to take uP the duties of ' income tax deputy in the office of tim tax commissioner, it was 8A-tnouncCd by Iver Acker, commisstoner. Since )  serving as tax commissioner, Gun- verse has ben connected with ._,de-.. al Land Bank of St. Paul and ha I.acticed law. Holds Conference Governor Shafer of North Dakota was a caller at, the White Hous where he conferred briefly with Pre. sldent Hoover. The discuSSion, O ov ernor sharer said, dealt in general ' with farm problems and the grain . market situation. Ha;! Insurance Unfavorable State hail insurance is meeting w it/ little fav.r among farmers and land owners according to the amount of land being withdrawn. In Grand Fo,ks county 90 per cent of all lan listed has been withdrawn, which "s two percent more than was with- drawn last year. -- I Memorial Tables Arrive Two bronze name plates for the Sdrlie Memorial bridge have been re- ceived at Grand Forks and will te plced at either end of the completed structure. The plates are 24 by 2; inches and are heavy bronze. Their inscription is  follows: "Arthur Guitar Sorlie, April 26. 174---August 28. 1928. governor of North Dakota and chairman of the state highway commission from January 1925 until his death. Resident of Grand Fork since 1903. M.ember of th city coun- cil from 1909 to 1914. A true friend to beter roads and bridges - APPLICATION--FOR PARR RIVER N DIK July 15Marriage license issued to Harold Edward Korfhage of the City of Grafton, N. D. and Miss Alma Geo-' line Tvevberg of Grafton Township, Walsh County, N. D. The Frederick H Grand Fork's Popular IIoI Rooms from $1.25 o William C. Lalmer, Prola Grand Forks, N. IN X*OTICE OF nSSOLUTION OF CORPORATION State of Nwth kot.- ) )ss Cotmtv- of W'.'h In District Court E'2con$ JudicLxl District. IN THE MATTER OF THE DIS- soLUTION OF THE FIPST STATE BANK OF LNKTN,  ernoration. Notice is hereby x, en that an a nlation ha b.en filed in thi' Court . be%lf nf te t-khl,'er of Tt3 [Fir.¢t State nk of I.n'!u. a comor-] , e-Ict'n - I atio, creat d. or, ,nied an=l .... , ', under and by virtue of tb'-law o"[ I North Daksta. nrav,g that t Jud - I ment be entered dissolving the said i corporation. Notice is further given to all par- ties. if anY. desiring to object to th grant':n of said ap,!ieatton, that they may file their objections thereto wit, h the undersigned at any time prior to Aumtst 5th. 1929. By order of the District Court. Dated at Grafton, North Dakota, June 24th, 1929. (Seal) Thomas J. Hood Clerk of the District Court, Walsh County, North Dakota, ll-t The Pleasure in Savin00 People do not save for the sake of pomseuing money itself, but for the purpose of the purchasing power that goes with the possession of money. Some save with a definite obet in view, others be- cause they know the desires that can thin be satisfied. It is this anticipation that makes ving a pleasure. This Bank is helping a great many to participate m t:e pleasure of saving. First National Bank Park River, N. D. • Karl J. Farup, president. K. D. Bennett, Cashier. t 'Home o/ the [: ar-Reachln Service" Farmers Security Bank The Home Ctntrolled Bank OFFICEq: llenry Deneker Pre. C. P. O'Brien Cashier G. $. Immri Asst. Cashier Bankin$ by Mall Here's a very simple way for the mash-travelled man to continue contact with his hmme-town bml Bank by Marl! All that's neeesmwy is to enclose your deposit, or  on what you wish done, sad turn It over to Uncle Sands MaiL We'U do  rut . 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Cold- More than half bis Women. vhitdren and ar tbe ones most of- their illnesses were naUu re---colds, bilimtnes--nd first a thorough were con _i&ted. his 47 years pros. graduated, from Rush back in 1875), he of suece in ueh of hie own herb 1892 he decided to the manufacture be as Dr. pl immediately had the drug terre had in his private the third genera, Mothers are giving who were given Every iday mmeene,'me - nto a drng slmre to of bottles of Dr. Pepsin are being on met, ou one satisJd There are tu- Ill this country that bott  Dr. i Hints ':lllm Hart or picnic dinenr may eal to the one it. but nevertheless indulged in frequently, so healthful• so full or nteal COOked out of doors. keep tucked awy the shabby pans discarded for general use; eXCellent picnic utensils hesite to use. And keep a Pply of paper plate., natktns, and those cunning fOrks and spoons that can WALSH GOUNTY PRESS i -- beans to use several kinds at th tance tax. citation issued and hear- /. i same time" F0r example" mix yellOw" ing set for August Ist' 1929 at 10 Aeyed beans, navy and kidney beans M. ,0Ofl 10 ,I in equal quantities. Prepare accord- July 17Estate of Hans A. Morstad ing to usual receipe for Boston Bake0' cr Hans Anderson l[orstad, deceased, .ens or add to the basic recipe a Eleventh .annual account of executor choped onion and half green pepper and receipt for r,2nts and profits fm chopped, the year 1928, filed. 1 July 17--Guardianship of Paul Salad Deliglt Twedt'en, Owen Twedten and Harol3 Slice two bananc.s, dice 2 rings o[ Twedten, minors. Hearing on first . pineapple, add 2 chopped pimientos, annual report and account of guar- TIlE RRIDGE OF SIGHS and a square of cream cheese cut iu dian. Recently a very rich and nationally- COURT DECIDES BANK O STATE" IS NOT PUBLIC small cubes. Bland with cream July 17Estate of Thomas Durkln. mayonnaise and serve on iced hearts deceased. Affidavit of publication of known citizen was sentenced to serve Nctice to Creditors, filed. Decree made a term in jail, and was finally placc,a NorthDakotaLDakota's notbankthea publicBankinstitu-Cf of 1,2tt uce. Use the juice from "a can of pine-, and entered showing due andlegal no- there that justice might prevail over North 1 apple withwhite grape juice, a little tire to creditors. No claims present- all. Just what the offense was, that tion. "It is h private bmk and the state leman and charged water to make t ed. brought this punishment, does not engaged in its conduct, is liable fro, most refreshing summer drink. Ga'n I July 18--Estate of Dagn'e Viger, de- ten cent store, ish with maraschino cherries and I ceased. Assignment of claim again concern me particularly. Guilt mut the payment of f£deral income arc of a .roadside dinner Is said estate from Albert Vier to the be assumed if provenhe termbey°ndof imprDd°ubt" capitalbe leviedst°CkfromtaXes'tlme aSto thetime.Same m' I To cook too much be- diced pineapple and serve over crush- ScandinavianAmerican Bank o," I did notice that*t ..... , Such is the holding of the United| llite Slmlls the fun. So ed 4-ce. / easy as well . If you wrap ice-cold bottles of gin- Grafton, N. D., of all interest in said sonment was comparatwely snor. States circuit court of appeals, at- good things that get ale or oher beverage in many estate, filed. ° Ahnost at the same time, a poor firming a decision by Judge Andrew' 'nvronnent r thicknesses of newspap:r they wslellve:l July IS--Estate o Stefan K. Sko-- to prepare, ta2n their temperature for _ . gem deceased. Final account of an- ---t_._ humS. Wrap each bottle separately, mtnistrator and petition for setlemevt then wrap all together in more news- together with petition for determina# Picnic Dinner paper. I tlon of inheritance tax showin estate Sandwiches I  -------- ^.  l inlvent and order thereon filed. Ci- in the open) € ]ration issued and hearinSf set for Au- Bweet Potatoes  tl ly5,1:Tn :el0es:teMof J.ns Tot_ and ish in Couaty Curt Notes g'jtul camp fire) mayonnai00 00oeCe00e::0000 a;00e00?l report Cakes n deceased General Inventory c r • me, ' • July 18---GuazxlianshJ of Olade Beverage • and warrant to appraisers filed. Mabel Lien, a minor. Thirteenth an- most capital offense. The jurors, kind not exempt it ffm taxation for the and costs. nual account of guardian filed. Cita- and heartful men. were puzzled: had reason that '"its functions were those Dated June 25. 1929. Itot or Cold ltt -eked Beans ves the flavm- of July 15---Estate of Joseph. S obou-v, I deceased. Petition for partial distrl  baked bution, reduction of bond and secon issued and hearing set for August 1st, " l}lL V. S. IRVINE Fictan and Surgeon rs0's Drug Store N. Dak. hlL F. E. WEED llYiCian and Surgeon abet, N. Dak. bit. p. j. ROSE I)NTIST Ill Union Block N. Dak. O. SAUER Of Chiropractic eL 11 162 __ ha Residenc© Main Street a', ""---" N. Dak. BIOLI) KING LAWYER WMtrom Building N. Dak. Pays" G. Hendrlckson Notice  hereby gage of $4000.00, executed and , crcd by Chris Klunk and Klunk, his wife. motgagors, McConvi!le, mortgagee, 15, 1920 filed in the office of the gister of Deeds of Walsh CountF: North Dakota. on March 25, 192{} re• (rded in book 97 of Mortgages a page 252 and thereafter assigned by he mortgagee and assignees of mort. gagee to Jck,;on Street Corporation, on the following real etate In Walsll County, North Dakota: The Northemst Quarter of Sec- tion 26 in Township 157 "North of Range 59 West, less about two acre. subsequently released from the opeTation of the saSd mort-. zage lien, described as ing at the Southwest Corner of said ' Quarter, thence North " aloug the quarter section line 18 rods, thence East at right ang rods. thence South at old washerwoman, living In a great Miller of the United States district I lg?e7;'ro:?CteW::t:st at right " city near me, was .estel .with the eo; decision is made in an atiou / a_.glesenr g sh e tt. goods on her.' She naa, m her squa- h..,,t by the Bank of North Da-I mutt q lid apartment, something like a gallon ;o;eklng a refund of $6,085, repre-] ae oorcg, sale of the. of corn whiskey; she admitted dis- sentlng capital stbk taxes paid by it w by pensing this liquid from time to time, I for the years..1971,.1922, aridfl9:.. °r l PofThi: es °our:ido ut th:t {r:ad  " , In its decision, the clrCUl uJtub [ in order to ease the flnlncial going,] ..... hat even though the North Dakota on August 5, 1929 tl she was 81, and not able to turn out atPpeawn°'::l :f the capital stock in I 2:0@ P. M.etO ' oS:tih theortS  o  washing as m mr 3ounger years, the bank and its profits are covered l$4548-51 du '. p .. R.ecent enactments made hers an al-'it, the 'state treasury, that fact dostthe date of sale, plus attorneys fee: at 2 P. M. July 16--Estate of Minnie M. Shan- non, also known as Mary M. Shannon" deceased. Final Account of Admini,. nNgorCt.Tit a forget, she drew six months' impri-be taxed because it was a state instl  tratrix and petition for distribution I PTh: ' te . Potato Orow: ,=onment. She went "m jail defiant, tution. filed, together with petition by admm- " " A question as to justice of the law Insofar as the years following 1923 istratrix for determination of inheri- ers association, recently launched a, Portal, will attempt to sign up 70 per ent of the combined potato acreage arises, but it should not. There is no are concerned, it is understood that! .... of South Dakota. North Dakota. Min- ex:cnuation in violation of law by the taxes levied are nominal, as the T. DAL t CO. ne'ota.sin. MaineNeW andY°rk" Michigan Wlqcon-' rich or poor. youn or old. The so- bank is privileged to charge off cer- Washington. officer'.; called crime wave is appalling; the fain loses sttstained in earlier years / • law must be ste:'n and prevail---or, fall of operation. General Contractor and Builders announced, down in its impotence. It must no /Ls to employees of the Bank or House Raising & Repairing fall down. North Dakota, they have ben pay- Mason Work Oppose New Ti me Estimates Furnished Phone 201 DissatisfaCtion with the new time Age and condition are no excuse for h federal income tax, while employe, Park River, ' N. Dak. thelaW stateWhiChonPlaCedcentralthestandardWeSt'rntimePart of crime. Ignorance and self-will are of the state, itself, are exempt. By In- the causes of most violations of law. this decision, the employees of the I stead of the mountain time, Which Even poverty does not justify a man bank must continue to pay fed'craI -- had formerly been in use, is generat or woman to rob. or to enter into un- incomeThe BanktaxeS'of North Dakota statls-,] " in the vicinity of Iildeer, according to lavful commerce. an article in the Klildeer Herald. It never pays, even to violate an tics of its financial activities at the Farmers ,especially ape reported as unreasonable law. Such laws axe no someel°'se orbit business,figures asJUneits resources29' deal withand disliking the law. They state that done away with by that method. En- liabiliti'es balance at $58.068,151.69 In they cannot get to work any earlier lightenment bringb about better con- since hey go by. the sun. Noon Gum- ditions, ignorance and crime never. I the formal report made by the man- ing arly puts both horses and men wish we could think of Americans as agement. in the field during the hottest part v  a happy, law-,abiding people. We ca only realize this. when our people uni- MARRIAGE LICENSE Ne. 4th St. No. DalL te Porte-Hendriekaon DAVID MEBERG • GENERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Building Estimates Furnished park River, N. Dak. THEO. I. TORGERSON Painter and Paperhanger Free Estimates Furnished Phone 203 park River, No. Dak. PARK RIVER FURNITURE C0. FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS Phone I0 Motor Hearse Park River, N. Dak. LOANS SAVINGS The Fidelity Bldg. & Loan As- sociation will consider applicatiom for first mortgage loans on im- proved real estate in Park River. Monthly installment plan. Last devidend on savings shares per cent. E. R. Dodds District Agent NEW ROCKFORD, N. D. Found What is Best Constipated People tion issued and hearing set for Augu.t thi ve:v old woman exerted her ut- 'of a private business enterprise, and) Jackson Street corporation, 15, 1929 at 10 A.M. most strength. he could not have had no connection with. the functlon HaroldASSignee'°fKlng, Mortgagee. .July 19 Guardianship of Earl 1. done nuch harm to anybody, by rea-i of government." Ososki, et al Minors• Hearing cn so of her senility. But she was a In this case, a federal capil;l stocklAtt°rney for Assignee of Mogagee ninth annual account of guardian, vioiator of law, and knew she was tax was at issue, the Bank of North Park River, North Dakota. doing wr'ong at the tirne. If I do no€ Dakota contending that it could no" June-27 td Aug. 1, 1929 versally work for it. We'll,Send a Nan at ! "00nce" And you may be sure yon are hearing the truth when the m&n at onr end of the wire .qys that. We realize that when a plumber is needed, he is need- ed quickly. We get him to you quickly. Our work Is expert, our rater low. Try us out and you will Find that when we fix things, they stay fixed. We are ready at mty moment to tackle amy Job, bl or muU* Just give us a ring at Phom 228 where you need some plumbing work done. P. C. DUFFY Dealer I o Nathma*l Mazda Electric Lamps For Farm and City IAghthg [ Plumbing and Heutlng the day. Converse Will Be Income Tax Deputy C. C. Converse, former state tax commissioner during the dministra- tion of Governor R. A. Nestos, arrive In Bismarck to take uP the duties of ' income tax deputy in the office of tim tax commissioner, it was 8A-tnouncCd by Iver Acker, commisstoner. Since )  serving as tax commissioner, Gun- verse has ben connected with ._,de-.. al Land Bank of St. Paul and ha I.acticed law. Holds Conference Governor Shafer of North Dakota was a caller at, the White Hous where he conferred briefly with Pre. sldent Hoover. The discuSSion, O ov ernor sharer said, dealt in general ' with farm problems and the grain . market situation. Ha;! Insurance Unfavorable State hail insurance is meeting w it/ little fav.r among farmers and land owners according to the amount of land being withdrawn. In Grand Fo,ks county 90 per cent of all lan listed has been withdrawn, which "s two percent more than was with- drawn last year. -- I Memorial Tables Arrive Two bronze name plates for the Sdrlie Memorial bridge have been re- ceived at Grand Forks and will te plced at either end of the completed structure. The plates are 24 by 2; inches and are heavy bronze. Their inscription is  follows: "Arthur Guitar Sorlie, April 26. 174---August 28. 1928. governor of North Dakota and chairman of the state highway commission from January 1925 until his death. Resident of Grand Fork since 1903. M.ember of th city coun- cil from 1909 to 1914. A true friend to beter roads and bridges - APPLICATION--FOR PARR RIVER N DIK July 15Marriage license issued to Harold Edward Korfhage of the City of Grafton, N. D. and Miss Alma Geo-' line Tvevberg of Grafton Township, Walsh County, N. D. The Frederick H Grand Fork's Popular IIoI Rooms from $1.25 o William C. Lalmer, Prola Grand Forks, N. IN X*OTICE OF nSSOLUTION OF CORPORATION State of Nwth kot.- ) )ss Cotmtv- of W'.'h In District Court E'2con$ JudicLxl District. IN THE MATTER OF THE DIS- soLUTION OF THE FIPST STATE BANK OF LNKTN,  ernoration. Notice is hereby x, en that an a nlation ha b.en filed in thi' Court . be%lf nf te t-khl,'er of Tt3 [Fir.¢t State nk of I.n'!u. a comor-] , e-Ict'n - I atio, creat d. or, ,nied an=l .... , ', under and by virtue of tb'-law o"[ I North Daksta. nrav,g that t Jud - I ment be entered dissolving the said i corporation. Notice is further given to all par- ties. if anY. desiring to object to th grant':n of said ap,!ieatton, that they may file their objections thereto wit, h the undersigned at any time prior to Aumtst 5th. 1929. By order of the District Court. Dated at Grafton, North Dakota, June 24th, 1929. (Seal) Thomas J. Hood Clerk of the District Court, Walsh County, North Dakota, ll-t The Pleasure in Savin00 People do not save for the sake of pomseuing money itself, but for the purpose of the purchasing power that goes with the possession of money. Some save with a definite obet in view, others be- cause they know the desires that can thin be satisfied. It is this anticipation that makes ving a pleasure. This Bank is helping a great many to participate m t:e pleasure of saving. First National Bank Park River, N. D. • Karl J. Farup, president. K. D. Bennett, Cashier. t 'Home o/ the [: ar-Reachln Service" Farmers Security Bank The Home Ctntrolled Bank OFFICEq: llenry Deneker Pre. C. P. O'Brien Cashier G. $. Immri Asst. Cashier Bankin$ by Mall Here's a very simple way for the mash-travelled man to continue contact with his hmme-town bml Bank by Marl! All that's neeesmwy is to enclose your deposit, or  on what you wish done, sad turn It over to Uncle Sands MaiL We'U do  rut . 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