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WALSH COUNTY PRk -S ----- t bulk foods the svme protecflon. This Melvin Ott&apos;s Playing High Spot n Pennant Struggle :is one of the so-called ,,food fads" _... rl o ,unw--,r I of contradiction from any source, fGr I in helping to keep foods fresh it con- o e t habit of choosing foods that are noi E f ,ver-refined. This applies chiefly :", cereals, corn meal, flours and rice,! lI BOOKS"  where the most beneficial sub:;tance is pLA table may have a chapter of pages ex- lund close to the outer hull of the I ,r, q l posed to view that are of no earthly product, and is lost through over- TB_ bn said of a v .i/,int.rest to nine readers out of ten, bleaching, bolting and polishing. HIgH life was an opel ..  , ^f no more intere< the volum'e  v T it is generally ac I Special Menu rery high compliment. (.pen than it would be closed So, no man's life is an open book,! Clam broth frappe :Spanish chicken Butter wax bean. Stuffed tomato sWad Wher a newspaper man who declarel whatever his position in society or In book is a halt-/ life" It is proper to be so. I have hear]i Ivien have fought and killed orb'-: for substantial nf-i men over disputed view of existing Say, "My record is an lL l'crds' Seldom do two men hold Lnc any man is welcome to i very same view of a neighbor a pubitu servant, a nation beyond seas; what t I that the "book's" are' bought convince:: me idoes it matter record, is fully spread I piton? ....... n o:?-n book: rUtiny, neither would ]Viy li:e is nu , ,  Y life there is some- neither is yours, f do not invite n- the general publis ha ,:pction of all my deeds by my lei- th A A man's officia:l lows; I do not wish to p"Y rote tn, ng: by his supporte.'! nt my business; and, theworld . Provided the sam-I neither worse nor bettm', by our lear- the spirit behinS' ing each other's private affairs alone. There are a great many etravagant Ja'tS may be known by thil:g s said that would be quite as well passed over in silence. Cheese Wafers Pineapple mousse Cocoanut cake l Beverage / Curried Ilalibut / nd soften m "" Melt 1 tb.. butte:' a - " "' 1 tl). minc?d onion, Add ltsp.ctwrv powder mixed with 1 tbl. flour; .Lir in 1 cup milk and ,i cup cream. 'When c:eamy, add 2 cups old boilc3 or baked halibut, season and serw vc y hot. String Bean and Egg Salad To 1 pint cooked string beans ad A cup chopped celery, % cup choppel l:dks, 1 tbl. chopped onion. Make a I paste of the yolks of 3 hard boile]t' eggs, add to French dressing, m!x I NOTICE I Notice is t:ereby given that a: gage of $4000.00, executed i crad by Chris Klunk slid i Klunk, his wife, mortgagors, to : McConvlile, mortgagee, [ated 15, 1920 filed in the office of the Re-. gister of Deeds of Walsh County, North Dakota, on March 25, 1920 re- (rded in book 97 of Mortgages at" page 252 and thereafter assigned b7 the mortgagee and assignees of mort- gagee to Jackson Street Corporation, : on the following real estate in Walh i County, North Dakota: o The Northeast Quarter of Sec- tion 26 in Township 157 North of * Range 59 West, less about two acres subsequently released from i the operation of the said mort- cage lien, described as commend- ing at the Southwest Corer of said Quarter, thence North aloug the quarter section line 18 rods, thence East at right angles 17% rods, thence South at right angled la rods, thence West at right an- g!es 18 rods, thence West at right angles along the south line' :.,r said quarter 17% rods to the place of begining, will be foreclosed by sale of the premises to be held at the front door . of the Court House at Grafton, North Dakota, on August .5, 1929 at 2:00 P. M. to satisfy the sum of $4548.51 due upon such mortgage on the date of sale, plus attorney's fe and costs. Dated June 25, 1929. ad Surgeon ReSidence over Drug Store N. Dak. have the time or in-[ several days persu-] -- _ _ I! Whlly persnal t' II H lying on ousehold Hints II By Nancy Ha. II 'S'IRVINE I :t is just common sense to us package foods wherever possible. Dust and personal hand.ling, g.erms E. WEED and Surgeon N. Dak. Block N. Dak. SAUER hiropractic Call 16 Residence Street N. Dak. KING W'gR Building N. Dak. Pays" ickson No, 4th St, No. Dak. Porte-Hendriekson and whatnot axe kept from these Ioods where it is impossible to give T. DAHL & CO. General Contractor and Builders House Raising & Repairing Mason Work Estimates Furnished Phone 20I Park River, ' N. Dak. L _. DAVID MEISERG GNERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Building Estimates Furnished Park River, N. Da k- { l HEO. I. TORGERSON Painter and paperhanger l/ Free Estimates Furnished , I Phone 203 [1 Park River, No. DsL 1[ PARK RIVER FURNITURE CO. / FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS Phone 19 MotorHearso Park River, N. Dak. 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 shares per cent, E. R. Dodds District Agent NEW ROCKFORD, N. D. of Families Depend " n Prescnptio started to in 1875, the wera not as today. PeoIle lives, ate plain, plenty of But even wro drastic phys- the relief of con- Dr. Caldwell did l for human be- a lxa, Dr. Cald- such a mile, safe, worth . Ill is partieularl 1 .siag tokno,w ing liquid The fact that that the mos o! It m voug ".7 mothers for themselves and the ehil- are used & year won tlmeonfldenco dren, though Syruu Pepsin ,is just it to get re- as valuable for elderty people. All bili0lmemb drug mteree lv the generous bet- loss of s.ppe- ties. dyalpei  We would be gl to have vo prove at our expense how much "Dr. now never L'ddwell's Syrup Pepsin can mean Syrup Pep- and yours. Just write Will onee start uing Illinois, always & Playing his season as a regular and not yet old enough- to vo',,, Melvin Otl of the Giants leads both leagues in home runs and also leads the majors in runs batted in, according to e official average, well with the beans and set away o become thorough!y chilled. Raspberry Squash 11 F ns all over the country are breathlessly watcifin issued July a . , In a saucepan mash 4 cups red rasp- his effort to get the home run crown from Ruth, Gehng, Hornsby.! berries, add 1 cup sugar and cook to- Ilottomley, Wilson. Hafey and the other vf,r::an sm'o'ers. -, e gether 15 minutes. Then , ov. ' cu of flour. ,, ....  r'"--- the ,li:),- h. hour stirring fre- mlnisiratrix entered and sureties / New Harvester Head qnu,enaly;',Vhen s-tiff, pour the mllxtu.'e released.' 1 whipped . / dian. Order e " "/ :::::::::::::::::::::::Jl Canton Punch | first annual account of guardian ins :ii:::::i: Boil4 cups wat=r withl cup :g fall respects as filed. -I :,:.:,..!1 iTI . :O /' cup Canbon ginger cu mc.| -,,,, 27 1929 Estate of Hans uq 7473:1:1 i/ m eook about 20 ,00nutes s 000000IRa=in rise 00own as H o Ra--l: I ::::::::: lll00i00 arid :,:, cup leman juice an . 'i deceased Final discharge of exec-[ :::::::)i::::::; ::<N t;asnegreUdd, cl?2leld %n:terWh2u/e:eYrl trix ,entered and sureties released !- ::::i:::::)!i:  <;rushed ice in t, qll glass. ! MINTO we M'aLN DIES ---AL' ::::!ii::!i::i::ii  _  ,I IN FORGO HOSPIT [ i::::i:i >-::" ,, C)unty C)ar , o.,-;'a,, in a hospital at Fargol t //!i ,   a .. ".::):!:: L - - whe she had been.r theoPasfou  ) Endin July 27, 1929 months. One daughter, ar .....  - - Week g Verreaux of Fargo, and two sons,  / WALSH COUNTY, N.D. Archie of Minto, and Walter of Win-  _  ..... :- July 22, 1929. Guardianship of Sid- nipeg, survive Mrs. Miller. Funeral dewices ware held at the Moore hey Dvorak, et al, minors. Hearing chapel. Fargo, July 29th. on petition to appoint guardian ot minors. Ordered entered aPpo intin 'ohn H. Dvorak, guardian of mine% Bond of guardian filed and approve l and letters of guardianship issued. l' July 23. 1929. Guardianship of Mary Chromy, incompetent. Seventh annual report and account of gust- We'll,Send a'l00an at Once"- And you may be sure you are hearing the truth when the ma ut our end of the wire says 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 rates low. Try us out and you will Find that when we /ix things, they stay fixed. We are ready at &ny moment to tackle any Job, big or smalll Just give us a ring at Phon 223 whom you need some plumbing work done. P. C. DUFFY Demer In Nationa'l Mazda Electric Lamps For Farm and City IAghtig Plumbing and Heati PARK RIVER 1 DA.K, Herbert F Perkins, first vice pres- ident of the International Harvester Company of Chicago, was named r r(.sident to succeed Alexander I.ezg.e. who resinc,l-,o head the A want ad in the Walsh County Press will bring desired results. Jackson Street Corporation, Assignee of Mortgagee. Harold King, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Park River, Nortd Dakota. June 27 to Aug. 1, 1929 The Frederick Hotel GCand Fork's Popul M[otel Eooms from 81. to William C. Lshner, Prop. Grand Fork N. D. The Pleasure in Savin00 People do not save for the sake of poming money itself, but for the purpose of the purchasing power that goes with the possession of money. Some ve with a definite object in view, others be- cause they know the desires that can thus be satisfied. It is this anticipation that makes sving a pleaure- This Bank is helping a great many to participate in the pleasure of saving. First National Bank lian flied. July 23, 1929. Guardianship of An- ale. Kenneth and Opal Bernice Thompson, minors. Tenth annual re- ,port and account of guardian filed Citation issued and hearing set for August 5, 1929 at 10 a. m. July 23. 1929. Estate of Hans C. Raumtn, also known as H. C. Raumin, deceased. Hearing and final accoun of executrix, petition for distribution and petition for determination of in- heritance tax. Order entered allowing / said final account of executrix and/ final decree of distribution entered distributing estate according to terms I of last will and testament and the satute provided. Receipt from State Tax Commissioner showing estate ex- I em t from inheritance tax filed. Re- I P p ceipt from widow for all persona I property filed. July 24. 1929. In the guardianship I of Francis Albina Polak, minor. Hea- ing on third annual eport of guar- dian. Order entered allowing sdl third annual account of guardian m-" i rendered and filed. JUlY 24, 1929. I13 the matter of ?h'.l Park River cemetery 4[ a,oclalo l Twelfth annua report of treasurer, filed. [ July 25, 1929. Estate of James M. 1 Kobel, an incompetent person. Hear- ing on second annual report and ac- count adjoin'ned until July 31st, 1929, at 2 p. m. July 27, 1929. Estate of John Kje- laas, deceased. Final discharge of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DISSOLUTION OF CORPORATION State of North I:akol ) )ss Count;- of Walsh ) In District Court Second Judieia] District. IN THE MATTER OF THE DIS- [SOLUTION OF THE FIRST STATE [BANK OF LANKIN, a corporation. I Notice is hereby given that an aP  /pliaflon has been filed in this Court | on behalf of the stockholders of The | First State Bank of Lankin, a corpor- /ation, created, orgarzed and existing o Park River, N. D. Karl J. rarup, president. K. D. Bennett, Cashier. [ "Home o/the Far.Reachin Srvicg "t Farmers Securl y Bank The Home Controlled l under and bY virtue of the laws of North Dalmta, praying that a judg- ment be entered dissolving, the .said corporation. N(,ieg'is further given to all par- ties, If any, desiring to object to the granting of said application, that they may file their objections thereto with the undersigned at any time prior to August 5th, 1929. By order of the District Court. Dated at Grafton, North Dakota, June 24th, 1}29. (Seal) Thomas J. Iood Clerk of the District Court, Waish County, North Dakota. ll-St Bank OIFICEBS: llea Deneker Pres. C. P. O'Brlen Cashier G. $. Maurttson Amt. Cashier Bai0000in00 by Mail - Here's a very simple way for the mueh-trvelled man to continue contact with his home-town .bank. Bank by Mail*. All that's necesr is to ed your deposit, or instruetion on what you wh done, and turn it over to Uncle Sam's MaiL We'll do the I Farmers Security Bank WALSH COUNTY PRk -S ----- t bulk foods the svme protecflon. This Melvin Ott's Playing High Spot n Pennant Struggle :is one of the so-called ,,food fads" _... rl o ,unw--,r I of contradiction from any source, fGr I in helping to keep foods fresh it con- o e t habit of choosing foods that are noi E f ,ver-refined. This applies chiefly :", cereals, corn meal, flours and rice,! lI BOOKS"  where the most beneficial sub:;tance is pLA table may have a chapter of pages ex- lund close to the outer hull of the I ,r, q l posed to view that are of no earthly product, and is lost through over- TB_ bn said of a v .i/,int.rest to nine readers out of ten, bleaching, bolting and polishing. HIgH life was an opel ..  , ^f no more intere< the volum'e  v T it is generally ac I Special Menu rery high compliment. (.pen than it would be closed So, no man's life is an open book,! Clam broth frappe :Spanish chicken Butter wax bean. Stuffed tomato sWad Wher a newspaper man who declarel whatever his position in society or In book is a halt-/ life" It is proper to be so. I have hear]i Ivien have fought and killed orb'-: for substantial nf-i men over disputed view of existing Say, "My record is an lL l'crds' Seldom do two men hold Lnc any man is welcome to i very same view of a neighbor a pubitu servant, a nation beyond seas; what t I that the "book's" are' bought convince:: me idoes it matter record, is fully spread I piton? ....... n o:?-n book: rUtiny, neither would ]Viy li:e is nu , ,  Y life there is some- neither is yours, f do not invite n- the general publis ha ,:pction of all my deeds by my lei- th A A man's officia:l lows; I do not wish to p"Y rote tn, ng: by his supporte.'! nt my business; and, theworld . Provided the sam-I neither worse nor bettm', by our lear- the spirit behinS' ing each other's private affairs alone. There are a great many etravagant Ja'tS may be known by thil:g s said that would be quite as well passed over in silence. Cheese Wafers Pineapple mousse Cocoanut cake l Beverage / Curried Ilalibut / nd soften m "" Melt 1 tb.. butte:' a - " "' 1 tl). minc?d onion, Add ltsp.ctwrv powder mixed with 1 tbl. flour; .Lir in 1 cup milk and ,i cup cream. 'When c:eamy, add 2 cups old boilc3 or baked halibut, season and serw vc y hot. String Bean and Egg Salad To 1 pint cooked string beans ad A cup chopped celery, % cup choppel l:dks, 1 tbl. chopped onion. Make a I paste of the yolks of 3 hard boile]t' eggs, add to French dressing, m!x I NOTICE I Notice is t:ereby given that a: gage of $4000.00, executed i crad by Chris Klunk slid i Klunk, his wife, mortgagors, to : McConvlile, mortgagee, [ated 15, 1920 filed in the office of the Re-. gister of Deeds of Walsh County, North Dakota, on March 25, 1920 re- (rded in book 97 of Mortgages at" page 252 and thereafter assigned b7 the mortgagee and assignees of mort- gagee to Jackson Street Corporation, : on the following real estate in Walh i County, North Dakota: o The Northeast Quarter of Sec- tion 26 in Township 157 North of * Range 59 West, less about two acres subsequently released from i the operation of the said mort- cage lien, described as commend- ing at the Southwest Corer of said Quarter, thence North aloug the quarter section line 18 rods, thence East at right angles 17% rods, thence South at right angled la rods, thence West at right an- g!es 18 rods, thence West at right angles along the south line' :.,r said quarter 17% rods to the place of begining, will be foreclosed by sale of the premises to be held at the front door . of the Court House at Grafton, North Dakota, on August .5, 1929 at 2:00 P. M. to satisfy the sum of $4548.51 due upon such mortgage on the date of sale, plus attorney's fe and costs. Dated June 25, 1929. ad Surgeon ReSidence over Drug Store N. Dak. have the time or in-[ several days persu-] -- _ _ I! Whlly persnal t' II H lying on ousehold Hints II By Nancy Ha. II 'S'IRVINE I :t is just common sense to us package foods wherever possible. Dust and personal hand.ling, g.erms E. WEED and Surgeon N. Dak. Block N. Dak. SAUER hiropractic Call 16 Residence Street N. Dak. KING W'gR Building N. Dak. Pays" ickson No, 4th St, No. Dak. Porte-Hendriekson and whatnot axe kept from these Ioods where it is impossible to give T. DAHL & CO. General Contractor and Builders House Raising & Repairing Mason Work Estimates Furnished Phone 20I Park River, ' N. Dak. L _. DAVID MEISERG GNERAL CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Building Estimates Furnished Park River, N. Da k- { l HEO. I. TORGERSON Painter and paperhanger l/ Free Estimates Furnished , I Phone 203 [1 Park River, No. DsL 1[ PARK RIVER FURNITURE CO. / FUNERAL DIRECTORS LICENSED EMBALMERS Phone 19 MotorHearso Park River, N. Dak. 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 shares per cent, E. R. Dodds District Agent NEW ROCKFORD, N. D. of Families Depend " n Prescnptio started to in 1875, the wera not as today. PeoIle lives, ate plain, plenty of But even wro drastic phys- the relief of con- Dr. Caldwell did l for human be- a lxa, Dr. Cald- such a mile, safe, worth . Ill is partieularl 1 .siag tokno,w ing liquid The fact that that the mos o! It m voug ".7 mothers for themselves and the ehil- are used & year won tlmeonfldenco dren, though Syruu Pepsin ,is just it to get re- as valuable for elderty people. All bili0lmemb drug mteree lv the generous bet- loss of s.ppe- ties. dyalpei  We would be gl to have vo prove at our expense how much "Dr. now never L'ddwell's Syrup Pepsin can mean Syrup Pep- and yours. Just write Will onee start uing Illinois, always & Playing his season as a regular and not yet old enough- to vo',,, Melvin Otl of the Giants leads both leagues in home runs and also leads the majors in runs batted in, according to e official average, well with the beans and set away o become thorough!y chilled. Raspberry Squash 11 F ns all over the country are breathlessly watcifin issued July a . , In a saucepan mash 4 cups red rasp- his effort to get the home run crown from Ruth, Gehng, Hornsby.! berries, add 1 cup sugar and cook to- Ilottomley, Wilson. Hafey and the other vf,r::an sm'o'ers. -, e gether 15 minutes. Then , ov. ' cu of flour. ,, ....  r'"--- the ,li:),- h. hour stirring fre- mlnisiratrix entered and sureties / New Harvester Head qnu,enaly;',Vhen s-tiff, pour the mllxtu.'e released.' 1 whipped . / dian. Order e " "/ :::::::::::::::::::::::Jl Canton Punch | first annual account of guardian ins :ii:::::i: Boil4 cups wat=r withl cup :g fall respects as filed. -I :,:.:,..!1 iTI . :O /' cup Canbon ginger cu mc.| -,,,, 27 1929 Estate of Hans uq 7473:1:1 i/ m eook about 20 ,00nutes s 000000IRa=in rise 00own as H o Ra--l: I ::::::::: lll00i00 arid :,:, cup leman juice an . 'i deceased Final discharge of exec-[ :::::::)i::::::; ::<N t;asnegreUdd, cl?2leld %n:terWh2u/e:eYrl trix ,entered and sureties released !- ::::i:::::)!i:  <;rushed ice in t, qll glass. ! MINTO we M'aLN DIES ---AL' ::::!ii::!i::i::ii  _  ,I IN FORGO HOSPIT [ i::::i:i >-::" ,, C)unty C)ar , o.,-;'a,, in a hospital at Fargol t //!i ,   a .. ".::):!:: L - - whe she had been.r theoPasfou  ) Endin July 27, 1929 months. One daughter, ar .....  - - Week g Verreaux of Fargo, and two sons,  / WALSH COUNTY, N.D. Archie of Minto, and Walter of Win-  _  ..... :- July 22, 1929. Guardianship of Sid- nipeg, survive Mrs. Miller. Funeral dewices ware held at the Moore hey Dvorak, et al, minors. Hearing chapel. Fargo, July 29th. on petition to appoint guardian ot minors. Ordered entered aPpo intin 'ohn H. Dvorak, guardian of mine% Bond of guardian filed and approve l and letters of guardianship issued. l' July 23. 1929. Guardianship of Mary Chromy, incompetent. Seventh annual report and account of gust- We'll,Send a'l00an at Once"- And you may be sure you are hearing the truth when the ma ut our end of the wire says 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 rates low. Try us out and you will Find that when we /ix things, they stay fixed. We are ready at &ny moment to tackle any Job, big or smalll Just give us a ring at Phon 223 whom you need some plumbing work done. P. C. DUFFY Demer In Nationa'l Mazda Electric Lamps For Farm and City IAghtig Plumbing and Heati PARK RIVER 1 DA.K, Herbert F Perkins, first vice pres- ident of the International Harvester Company of Chicago, was named r r(.sident to succeed Alexander I.ezg.e. who resinc,l-,o head the A want ad in the Walsh County Press will bring desired results. Jackson Street Corporation, Assignee of Mortgagee. Harold King, Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee, Park River, Nortd Dakota. June 27 to Aug. 1, 1929 The Frederick Hotel GCand Fork's Popul M[otel Eooms from 81. to William C. Lshner, Prop. Grand Fork N. D. The Pleasure in Savin00 People do not save for the sake of poming money itself, but for the purpose of the purchasing power that goes with the possession of money. Some ve with a definite object in view, others be- cause they know the desires that can thus be satisfied. It is this anticipation that makes sving a pleaure- This Bank is helping a great many to participate in the pleasure of saving. First National Bank lian flied. July 23, 1929. Guardianship of An- ale. Kenneth and Opal Bernice Thompson, minors. Tenth annual re- ,port and account of guardian filed Citation issued and hearing set for August 5, 1929 at 10 a. m. July 23. 1929. Estate of Hans C. Raumtn, also known as H. C. Raumin, deceased. Hearing and final accoun of executrix, petition for distribution and petition for determination of in- heritance tax. Order entered allowing / said final account of executrix and/ final decree of distribution entered distributing estate according to terms I of last will and testament and the satute provided. Receipt from State Tax Commissioner showing estate ex- I em t from inheritance tax filed. Re- I P p ceipt from widow for all persona I property filed. July 24. 1929. In the guardianship I of Francis Albina Polak, minor. Hea- ing on third annual eport of guar- dian. Order entered allowing sdl third annual account of guardian m-" i rendered and filed. JUlY 24, 1929. I13 the matter of ?h'.l Park River cemetery 4[ a,oclalo l Twelfth annua report of treasurer, filed. [ July 25, 1929. Estate of James M. 1 Kobel, an incompetent person. Hear- ing on second annual report and ac- count adjoin'ned until July 31st, 1929, at 2 p. m. July 27, 1929. Estate of John Kje- laas, deceased. Final discharge of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DISSOLUTION OF CORPORATION State of North I:akol ) )ss Count;- of Walsh ) In District Court Second Judieia] District. IN THE MATTER OF THE DIS- [SOLUTION OF THE FIRST STATE [BANK OF LANKIN, a corporation. I Notice is hereby given that an aP  /pliaflon has been filed in this Court | on behalf of the stockholders of The | First State Bank of Lankin, a corpor- /ation, created, orgarzed and existing o Park River, N. D. Karl J. rarup, president. K. D. Bennett, Cashier. [ "Home o/the Far.Reachin Srvicg "t Farmers Securl y Bank The Home Controlled l under and bY virtue of the laws of North Dalmta, praying that a judg- ment be entered dissolving, the .said corporation. N(,ieg'is further given to all par- ties, If any, desiring to object to the granting of said application, that they may file their objections thereto with the undersigned at any time prior to August 5th, 1929. By order of the District Court. Dated at Grafton, North Dakota, June 24th, 1}29. (Seal) Thomas J. Iood Clerk of the District Court, Waish County, North Dakota. ll-St Bank OIFICEBS: llea Deneker Pres. C. P. O'Brlen Cashier G. $. Maurttson Amt. Cashier Bai0000in00 by Mail - Here's a very simple way for the mueh-trvelled man to continue contact with his home-town .bank. Bank by Mail*. All that's necesr is to ed your deposit, or instruetion on what you wh done, and turn it over to Uncle Sam's MaiL We'll do the I Farmers Security Bank