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SUBSCRIPTION RATES Domestic, per year $2.00 Canada, per year ........... $2,50 VOLUME 46 PAST ,,!i I!I .... &apos; ::: i : ! i WALSH COUNTY PRESS PARK RIVER, WALSH COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1929. RECORDS BROKE--N AT MID,wINTEi{ E hlb,ts Show Fine Condition of Walsh County- lll Q O FIFTEENTH ANNUAL .,. 'd..'.; of Farmingron town:hp Kensington Township WALSH COUNTYSHOW its di:play: with advertisiu posers ,,,,talcing various facts about the WASMARKDo][|CCESS can'.hip. One thus reads that th: Kensington leads other townships in he county in sheep population hay- ing more than 1.q00. ]inme Makers Cubs' Booths on Dis- In pure bred livestock it boasts of play Floor Attracted Widespread five different breeds of cattle--short- Attention horns, herefords, holsteins, guernseys] PATTERSON LOSES NEW BATTLE FOR i FARM EXEMPTION Renewed Attempt to Put Principle : of FedJe Dill Into Effect Defeated by Senate and ayrshires. It concentrates on :three breeds of hogs--<luroc-jerseys, I ----  EXHIBITS OF COUNTY I chester whites and yorkshire& SCHOOL TUITION FIGHT GROWN OR MADE PRODUCTS The sheep come in'three classifica- WAS AGAIN IN EVIDENCE !tions also. namely shropshires, hamp-i 3 ownships, Neighborhood Clubs, Breeders Association and Shol Represented - EDITOR'S NOTE: A com- Plete list of prizes awarded for amail grains, feed, potatoes and vegetables will be found on page shires and rambuillet, and the town-i Sonar e Passes Lower Interest Rate ship also lays claim to fame for its  Bill; Hamilton Mill Dill percheron, and belgian horses, i The dispay of small grain.s, pota-. Put to Sleep toes, vegetables and canned fruits of i various kinds is also exceptionally, By Matt Johnson fine Where Lessons Are Taught : Senate Bill No. 153, introduced by Probably the most effective and in- Patterson of Renvfle, met With de- fe. structive exhibitio' is offered by . the , North-Eastern Breeders association. An ........... iT he booth contains a fine display of ,u,m aaruer ov vernon own-. ..... . -fnmtn. hil was announced as winner of the ipure  togetner wn m ............ sa'nd champion sweepstakes cup o,. I wheethf:: e mati ught from feted for the best display of wheat .... xt .... . ..... { The strllng part OI me exnlmt lS, in the show. D. E. Stoa of the experimental sta- however, deceased plants, particularly potatoes. H. D. Long, who is in Uon at the same college at Fargo wa. charge, shows the effects of the vari- )udging-the grain exhibits: Prof, L. x" "" it _, ous deceases and explbins what cat, R. Waldron, the potato e. mD s: U.b e done about it That this part of Y Welsher, the poutry entries, and. the fair appeals to the farmers is uUa Brekke of the agricultural col- best seen from the fact that Mr. ege at Fargo. the women's work. :Long is busy holding "classes" right ......... along. A parallel display of healthy The fifteenth annual Walsh Coun-!potatoes furnishes an object lesson. Y Mid-Winter Fair, held under the Other potato displays shows the re- auspices of the Agricultural School sult of careless handling of the tuber nnd which opened its doors Tuesday i after it is harvested. ramming, .is the llggest all-county 5air, ever staged here. In spite of the fact that no other exhibits than farm and lmme pro- rluets Produced in Welsh county was llowed on display this year the to- feat. The bill provided that all mere- , hers of farmer's family over sixteen , years of age should have prior claims to return from the products tot the farm in advanceof meehanic's l liens, etc. Although the author of ,the bill is one of the majority lead- ers in the senate, he could not put :this measure over. The majority of the senators seemed to feel that should this bill become a law the banks and mercantile establishments would ex- tend but little if any credit and thus the law would injure the very ones that it sought to aid. The bill did not muster much strength. The au- thor put up a hard fight for it in the committee, but after losing out there he did no carry the fight to the floor. The measure ws patterned .................................... ,o# {Mrs. Brager a.d Mrs. Hultstrand Divide 'BAD High Poultry Honors at Mid-Winter Fair T0 the champion sweepstakes cup offered by the Park River Civic club for the best turkey tom on display. Her championship bird is a young bronze bird. Mrs. Braver showed a very fine string consisting of 10 bronze birds. Mrs. Mandtm Hultstrand of Milton Exceptionally Strong Competition in This Year's Exhibllm of Poultry at Fair EDITOR'S NOTE: A complete list of prizes awarded for poul- try will be found on page four So  the second largmt exhibitor of T1e poultry exhibit with mo I b'oxze" Her old tom, that took first "1 gave Mrs Braer's champion titan thirty entries, was atmut the a close "" ...... same number as last year. but the ._ _cau lot cnampzonsmp. displayed birds were generally speak- _ ars. ltultstrand is a well know. ' oreeaer of Mammoth turkeys, ana ing of much finer quahty, according Berriot ..... to H. Clarence Herriot, well known l. , . s amenean's Ioremest lr- I I.ngdon poetry expert who has su- ,eet svrain of..', red. l,s: !.0[ l-.erintended this department at the was a wardeu the sneer xopny ,or me! mid-winter fair for the past four] mrt and .best exhibit of poultry. }ears I s tropny was donated by me The ............. t Norheastern Breeders arociatlon. oompeuxon m rus exlol was * ...... ..... , ....... U uall C" so t ...... l*. nuttrala S entries ot m'x' nus y rose ne uage has his] Rocks and Bronze +,,,--- are "* *- hands full deciding -- "'Y " ]ener any large show room for keen Mrs. Ole Brager of Hoople, Fertile competition, with a certainty that uwnsmp, was announced winner of they could win the blue anywhere. Big Crowds west The first days  the Th( made acttvttiea i ' Nash Seed Club Stars :otter the Fedje bill which was de- The Nash Seed club is in a class teated in a referendum at the spring by itself. It has a fine display of the t)rimaries in 1924. best seed grains and proudly features .......... a cup won by Christ Midurden a The old school tuition fight--village members el the club. for stock judg- .q'ainst counu'y-or country against Park River Civm and Community Club reunify Discusses Park, Dam and Road Situation Mr. Committee Chairmen Report on Ac- tivities of Great Importance to the City The Park River Civic and Com- munity club had a very successful and well attended regular businea meeting in the City Hall auditorium last Thursday evening. Several im- portant subjects came up for dls- ( ass[on. President C. P. O'Brien presided. Secretary 'M. B Holmquist's report Preparations for the two district basket ball tournaments to be held here was also . The Civic Club will entertain participating players with luncheons and have at- tended to the housing arrangements, The committee in charge of this part of the tournament activities consists of Arthur Meagher, John J. Renglc and J. H. Maher C. W. Fuup reported on the road clearing work and paid due compli- ments to the board of county com- missioners, who bad carried out the x i!lage---all according to view-pont--- cf the previous meeting was has been in evidence again at this i and adopted, session. Any attempt to ,;atisfactor- iiy adjust school matters is no small[ Farl J. Farup, chairman of the i undertaking. Much bitter feeling Ls caused by charges and counter ! charges. Both sides feel that they. carry a heavy burden in the way of I taxes, And both sides are right. But ,and this is only a mild reminder)' how much would it cost were they to send their children away to schools. of equal standing? And how much is l i worth to have the boys and girls' under the parental roof at the criti- cal period of their lives? In fact,! can it be measured in money at all? Park Board and also chairman of the Civic Club park committ,e, repartee -regress in the move to cure an ad- ditional one hundred acres for a city park Mr. Farup will make a] definite statement as to this deal in read!proposition made to them by the CI- 'vic Club committee. 7 E. R. Landsborough gave a report h::' ;u'iv,, , cubseription collected for road cluing[ purposes. This t -'.,y ias *n. used as yet, anti if there will bno further 'need for it the various donations wil be re- .,:r:ecl to the donors. The proposition of ctosin business the near future I .p.: during the program for the se- J. D. Robertson also reported pro-e,.md fair day was discussed and ap- gress in the proposed deal with the I proved, Great Northern railway as to the I Secretary Holmquist brought up btilding of a dam in Park River. the quertion of municipal support to he negotiation with the railroad au- the Clark S. Eaton band. It was de- thorities is expected to come to a tided to request of the city council definite termination soon. in the that they put this proposition up to core at the with getting reord breaklr made this cd in the thousand p-cple, uhile pl ace. Wednesd: sand 13copte tended the evening the r bnost to v,e used players a fine were well for the subse the program. Tuesday chen. state ture and labor blltties of live North Dakota. C state agricultural uits and Excellent School Display ......... Various articles manufactured and Thou shalt not slander thy neigh- opinion of the mayor, the voters at the next city election. exhibited by students of Walsh Court- bor--over the radio. That Is what lot Winnioeg. ty Agricultural school stand promln- a new law says. Representative Her- - ............. ently out in even this surrounding net of Css is the author. It makes W lsh C ty Ec i Con[ St di d of keen competition- our present law, which is a se,/ere a ourt onom c erence u e The blacksmith!rig class has .some one, applicable to statements over the} : f ! 11 . ] A/ , / r fine tools as nicely put up as they: radio.  ouccestul Farming ancl t-00aoptefl r-rograml at Fargo, are well made. The carpenter class! -- l . .............................. ,  borne in has been very busy with articles too i .Senate Bill No. 67: lowering the l_e-Icommittee Reports Dealt With Crop 120 percent loss on Cobblers and Tri-I men's r umerous to mention as Mr Koh-: gat rate oI interest to seven per cent,,  .... "- ..... "- "---- b--"- - - I " ' Conditions and Outlook . "UII|)|I rulb2tl iruitt /,UJ,S t&s year pssed that body by a vote of 29 to ' " 1 ha ';plants and ' - ann more care n ndling future l 16. It brought on a rather heated! for Nex Year 6iscussion- Senator Patterson of I i crops is urged. Tuesday No increase in sugar beet production Langdon. By Sidney W. Hooper 'is recommended over that signed up ent of schools for al humber of exhibits far outdist- ing. antes previous' records. Nearly 12,00 The club conMsts of members in ems Were o_,atcrcd on the first day. the community around Nash post Women Take Interest post office." representing parts of Tle fact that the women in Walsh Farm[hatch. Glenwod and Fertile 'nty are beginning to take real in- townships. At the time the reporter forest in these mid-winter fairs by called it had also temporary posses- ?:v,:oo:: a a e . sl membershio trophy won by Eikenberry of Farmington not fail to see township in the Northeastern Breed- The two most beautifully decorated ors association's drive in 1926. This ire- .booths in the great exhibition room phy properly belongs in the Farming- s Occupied by Home Maker clubs, ton township exhibit the attendants Purple and tan is the dominating explained. lors of the Riverside Home Maker,'s In charge of hc Nash booth are club's booth in charge of Mrs. Donald Joe Thompson. C Lille[arden and T. Dyke and other ladies whom the re- A. Donelly. to get natnes failed the of ce they were absent, at the time., : ey represent farm women of Glen-i OOcl, larmington. Fertile and Graf-! on town,hius. I The 4 T C club's booth blossoms out i n reen and white, and its affairs I .,.re directed by Mrs. Albert Ferguson, I rs. j. D. Harris and Mrs. E. J'i aintor. . I oth clubs havre a fine dsplay of i :'-itvb,n equipment end demonstra- [ hen would say in an auction sale :in, are made of how the various' bill. You will in this collection find "t.nsils are to be used tool chests of various kinds, and Information Easily Available "sizes, several article of nice furni- , ..... [tare that any home might be prou{l - visitor to the fair nas no umx-.. ^.., ,h,ve lamr  bookholders ' :tlty In finding his way. .Rig.h.t__at, ltabies, etc." Then there is a nice y? entranco is the ho.se, a fu. w00on be00, 1 information boom a ....... milkstool, mail boxes, feeders 'nevery-" ndants reaoy m awe correc m-lthin, ' ! formation regarding . e;erything r?l The decorations in the hall and the., 'Onnection with tle fair Anti upe and _, . " _ _, booths are very attractive sy, mendent Taintor is everywhere a k .... ion the eyes. Both the fair manage-, said that only a few were charging ace and still finds tune en.ougn o: ment and the booth directors have; eight per cent on real estate loans wet the thousands of quesuons n'-,.,mn t  nroud of their tchi e out his way and that not one of his -vice' " ....... -- .............. ev_- l at him. and to offer such aa l ments" l(onstituents had requested him to 'd guidance as is needed. Farmers Union on Deck t MASONS AND MASONIC LADIES The Walsh Couny Farmers Co-i TO CELEBRATE WITH FRIENDS lerative Union has ngaged a boh[ t the fair and offers a fine dispmy. The Masonic lodge of Park River "lhey are specializing in North Duke- and the Eastern Star lodge will give twine and seed samples. L. O. Tot'-I a Joint social in the Masonic HaiI bias secretary of the county local, next Tuesday, March 5th. There wilI  charge of the exhibit, i be dancing and  card playing. P. N. crane, F%rm Union overseer i Members of the two organizations or the northeastern part of the I are permitted to bring friends with tate. also attended the fair. " 1 them, OtherwiSenature. the stal is of a Vernon and Farmingion I l:'rivate Three townships come close t0]TEEE EDINBURG MEN DONATE . tonopolizlng attention in their line 0f exhibits. They are Vernon, Farm- TO IrNIVERSITY ......... STADIUI] "hgton and Kensington- Kensing']Basket Ball Victory Brought Unex- n and rernon have their names I et "forth in letters formed of grains I peered Gifts to U N. D. rown in their communities.  Campaign Drive ! Vernon township announces with Three Welsh connty friends of the ])ride that it is "The Heart of Gold- University of North Dakota, Arne l en Valley" and precedes to prove it Thmasson. G. C. Jensen and Alfred l by their e.xhibit. There are fine sam- Ass. all of Edinburg, are new subserib- Mes of wheat, oats, flax, corn. alfal- ors to the school's stadium fund, ] sweet clover. The heart in the is formed by seed from North- 'estern Dent corn. In atendance a the booth may be found David Hylden, Clarence Guar- der and Around Flaten. Farm[aaron townships exhibit is interesting and along similar It's booth sign stands out in fr'-med by miniature sugar W.S. Adolph They were so well pleased with the University's basket bll victory over the North Dakota Aizg!es last weloe- end- that they volunteered sulscrip- tions to Frank J. Webb, alumni secre- I ta,ry, who tin'ned their donations over l to the Stadium Drive yesterday. The iact that none of the new subscrib- ers have attended the" Unifersity [makes" their donattbns 911 the mor 'unusual. campaign officials said. Rear[lie, led the fight for the bill.. ?e said that they were cleaning uP i the farmers fast enough at six pm cent. without charging seven or eight For cent. Senator East[ate of Grand Forks, who is a dirt farmer, said that the rate of interest depended on tl'.e ladle[dual borrowing and not much on the law. Senator Cain of Stark vote for a measure of this kind. However, the bill held the support it tad gathered and was put over. Nsturopathy was finally defeated in the senate last Thursday, after being resurrected from the defeat suffered t,o weeks ago. When it came up for 'nal disposition Senator Cain of Stark moved for indefinate postpone- meat. With one Senator absent the vote resulted in a tie: 24 "to 24. It fell to the lot of President Cart to :ast the deciding vote, which he did by voting to put the measure t: sleep. The merits of the bill were not dlcu:ed during tbe la.t sktrrsh. 'the league lead:s had made )tr ' I faetinoal issue an. had said aL tF.%[ the,/ lad to say In the first, t'tl, ', a it brought ou and its opponents I seemed to feel the uselessness of fur- ,her argument. Two Leaguers, how- i eve.r, refused to be lined up for it.' The senate defeated the HawP. bll Tuesday afternoon by a vote of P5 to 24. Two Lea'uzrs. 'enutors ?,rt,:n and Pattn. voted to kill it. Senator Mattai of Wells county, a Leaguer, in a brief talk denounced the bill as a counterfeit and one possess- !rig no merit, but voted for it so as not to impair his party regularity. The defeat of this meamzre increase the chance for the admtn mill bill in that body. Spending two days consider[again- at present until more factories are,spoke on formation available from the Agricul- available, A higher protective tartff I Several reels tural College and the experiences of on sugar is asked, and tt is pointed i shown. successful farmers in the county, one out that the United States only pro-[ The features of hundred delegates who attended the duces one-sixth of the sugar consumed i the farmers Walsh county conomic conference lere. Every farm should have a group of addresses held at Park Ri}er Friday and Satur- shelterbelt and should produce its own and women's day worked out and adopted a per- vegetables and acclimated varieties ot agricultural manent program of agricultural and !fruit. men. home development. Need Better Cows and health The delegates were divided into Increased acreage of alfalfa for lmy fore women. twelve committees that met indivl-land sweet clover for hay, pasture aria D.E. Stoa, dually for the first day and then green manure were strongly advocat- lng at the state brought in report a a general session ed. Livestock production should be tation at held Saturday afternoon, i increased to the point where it will, of Grain for The cash crops committees port furnish 50 pement of the farm'[accrue.' J, called attention to the poor priC out- ' Sixty percent of the cropped acreage' state :look for durum wheat, and to the no-ishould be in feed trains, fodder ad lng and ! cessity of securing higher yields and lpasture, and 40 percent in cash crops., linoehl, better quality of grain if wheat pro- ] Increased dairy production should falns at duction is to be profitable. Mindum come about thorough higher i)roduc-ithods of is the only recommended variety of!rich per cow, not through increasing fences. durum. nd marquis and ceres fox i the numebr of cows. For profitable pro-. hare spring wheat. Use of a legume duction, a goal of 220 pounds of but- such as alfalfa or sweet clover in a lterfat per cow should be set. Produc- preventive rotation was advocated as one means tlon and feed cost records should be tare that of imp{eYing wheat yields and qual- kept so that nnprofitable animals ity. I can be eliminated. Fall freshening is 'ave a A reasonable expansion at-flax is best, }the advisable providing it is planted on Welsh Low on Beef Cattle ]Ailce DahtetL clean ground A further increase in, Walsh county is next to barley acreage should remain small, !among the counties-of the and only enough oats should be grown beef cattle production, and a consl s:tration to take care of the feed requirements   , erable increase in the number ot : Beautiful. ' on the farm. good beef cattle is advocated, Co-op-Idurl Wants strict Potato Inspection erative livestock shiDping assyria- I Pt( Very strict legislation on potato in- tions are .endorsed. also Junior baby!state spection with a tightening up of the beef club work. The conference con- requriements fo certified seed is as- denmed the practice of direct buying ed, and a communication along this of livestock by the packers, believing City ,Milk hne is being sent from the conference that "it is destroying the central corn- sched" to the lo, gtslature. ,petit[re market." Crop forecasts from the U. S. de-. Any Increase In shee partmentof agriculture were indorsed should be gradual, and the as an aid to farmers in planning should start with a small acreages and marketing their pro- ducts. An increased farlff on potatoe,% both seed and table stock, is asked A SUBSCRIPTION RATES Domestic, per year $2.00 Canada, per year ........... $2,50 VOLUME 46 PAST ,,!i I!I .... ' ::: i : ! i WALSH COUNTY PRESS PARK RIVER, WALSH COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1929. RECORDS BROKE--N AT MID,wINTEi{ E hlb,ts Show Fine Condition of Walsh County- lll Q O FIFTEENTH ANNUAL .,. 'd..'.; of Farmingron town:hp Kensington Township WALSH COUNTYSHOW its di:play: with advertisiu posers ,,,,talcing various facts about the WASMARKDo][|CCESS can'.hip. One thus reads that th: Kensington leads other townships in he county in sheep population hay- ing more than 1.q00. ]inme Makers Cubs' Booths on Dis- In pure bred livestock it boasts of play Floor Attracted Widespread five different breeds of cattle--short- Attention horns, herefords, holsteins, guernseys] PATTERSON LOSES NEW BATTLE FOR i FARM EXEMPTION Renewed Attempt to Put Principle : of FedJe Dill Into Effect Defeated by Senate and ayrshires. It concentrates on :three breeds of hogs--<luroc-jerseys, I ----  EXHIBITS OF COUNTY I chester whites and yorkshire& SCHOOL TUITION FIGHT GROWN OR MADE PRODUCTS The sheep come in'three classifica- WAS AGAIN IN EVIDENCE !tions also. namely shropshires, hamp-i 3 ownships, Neighborhood Clubs, Breeders Association and Shol Represented - EDITOR'S NOTE: A com- Plete list of prizes awarded for amail grains, feed, potatoes and vegetables will be found on page shires and rambuillet, and the town-i Sonar e Passes Lower Interest Rate ship also lays claim to fame for its  Bill; Hamilton Mill Dill percheron, and belgian horses, i The dispay of small grain.s, pota-. Put to Sleep toes, vegetables and canned fruits of i various kinds is also exceptionally, By Matt Johnson fine Where Lessons Are Taught : Senate Bill No. 153, introduced by Probably the most effective and in- Patterson of Renvfle, met With de- fe. structive exhibitio' is offered by . the , North-Eastern Breeders association. An ........... iT he booth contains a fine display of ,u,m aaruer ov vernon own-. ..... . -fnmtn. hil was announced as winner of the ipure  togetner wn m ............ sa'nd champion sweepstakes cup o,. I wheethf:: e mati ught from feted for the best display of wheat .... xt .... . ..... { The strllng part OI me exnlmt lS, in the show. D. E. Stoa of the experimental sta- however, deceased plants, particularly potatoes. H. D. Long, who is in Uon at the same college at Fargo wa. charge, shows the effects of the vari- )udging-the grain exhibits: Prof, L. x" "" it _, ous deceases and explbins what cat, R. Waldron, the potato e. mD s: U.b e done about it That this part of Y Welsher, the poutry entries, and. the fair appeals to the farmers is uUa Brekke of the agricultural col- best seen from the fact that Mr. ege at Fargo. the women's work. :Long is busy holding "classes" right ......... along. A parallel display of healthy The fifteenth annual Walsh Coun-!potatoes furnishes an object lesson. Y Mid-Winter Fair, held under the Other potato displays shows the re- auspices of the Agricultural School sult of careless handling of the tuber nnd which opened its doors Tuesday i after it is harvested. ramming, .is the llggest all-county 5air, ever staged here. In spite of the fact that no other exhibits than farm and lmme pro- rluets Produced in Welsh county was llowed on display this year the to- feat. The bill provided that all mere- , hers of farmer's family over sixteen , years of age should have prior claims to return from the products tot the farm in advanceof meehanic's l liens, etc. Although the author of ,the bill is one of the majority lead- ers in the senate, he could not put :this measure over. The majority of the senators seemed to feel that should this bill become a law the banks and mercantile establishments would ex- tend but little if any credit and thus the law would injure the very ones that it sought to aid. The bill did not muster much strength. The au- thor put up a hard fight for it in the committee, but after losing out there he did no carry the fight to the floor. The measure ws patterned .................................... ,o# {Mrs. Brager a.d Mrs. Hultstrand Divide 'BAD High Poultry Honors at Mid-Winter Fair T0 the champion sweepstakes cup offered by the Park River Civic club for the best turkey tom on display. Her championship bird is a young bronze bird. Mrs. Braver showed a very fine string consisting of 10 bronze birds. Mrs. Mandtm Hultstrand of Milton Exceptionally Strong Competition in This Year's Exhibllm of Poultry at Fair EDITOR'S NOTE: A complete list of prizes awarded for poul- try will be found on page four So  the second largmt exhibitor of T1e poultry exhibit with mo I b'oxze" Her old tom, that took first "1 gave Mrs Braer's champion titan thirty entries, was atmut the a close "" ...... same number as last year. but the ._ _cau lot cnampzonsmp. displayed birds were generally speak- _ ars. ltultstrand is a well know. ' oreeaer of Mammoth turkeys, ana ing of much finer quahty, according Berriot ..... to H. Clarence Herriot, well known l. , . s amenean's Ioremest lr- I I.ngdon poetry expert who has su- ,eet svrain of..', red. l,s: !.0[ l-.erintended this department at the was a wardeu the sneer xopny ,or me! mid-winter fair for the past four] mrt and .best exhibit of poultry. }ears I s tropny was donated by me The ............. t Norheastern Breeders arociatlon. oompeuxon m rus exlol was * ...... ..... , ....... U uall C" so t ...... l*. nuttrala S entries ot m'x' nus y rose ne uage has his] Rocks and Bronze +,,,--- are "* *- hands full deciding -- "'Y " ]ener any large show room for keen Mrs. Ole Brager of Hoople, Fertile competition, with a certainty that uwnsmp, was announced winner of they could win the blue anywhere. Big Crowds west The first days  the Th( made acttvttiea i ' Nash Seed Club Stars :otter the Fedje bill which was de- The Nash Seed club is in a class teated in a referendum at the spring by itself. It has a fine display of the t)rimaries in 1924. best seed grains and proudly features .......... a cup won by Christ Midurden a The old school tuition fight--village members el the club. for stock judg- .q'ainst counu'y-or country against Park River Civm and Community Club reunify Discusses Park, Dam and Road Situation Mr. Committee Chairmen Report on Ac- tivities of Great Importance to the City The Park River Civic and Com- munity club had a very successful and well attended regular businea meeting in the City Hall auditorium last Thursday evening. Several im- portant subjects came up for dls- ( ass[on. President C. P. O'Brien presided. Secretary 'M. B Holmquist's report Preparations for the two district basket ball tournaments to be held here was also . The Civic Club will entertain participating players with luncheons and have at- tended to the housing arrangements, The committee in charge of this part of the tournament activities consists of Arthur Meagher, John J. Renglc and J. H. Maher C. W. Fuup reported on the road clearing work and paid due compli- ments to the board of county com- missioners, who bad carried out the x i!lage---all according to view-pont--- cf the previous meeting was has been in evidence again at this i and adopted, session. Any attempt to ,;atisfactor- iiy adjust school matters is no small[ Farl J. Farup, chairman of the i undertaking. Much bitter feeling Ls caused by charges and counter ! charges. Both sides feel that they. carry a heavy burden in the way of I taxes, And both sides are right. But ,and this is only a mild reminder)' how much would it cost were they to send their children away to schools. of equal standing? And how much is l i worth to have the boys and girls' under the parental roof at the criti- cal period of their lives? In fact,! can it be measured in money at all? Park Board and also chairman of the Civic Club park committ,e, repartee -regress in the move to cure an ad- ditional one hundred acres for a city park Mr. Farup will make a] definite statement as to this deal in read!proposition made to them by the CI- 'vic Club committee. 7 E. R. Landsborough gave a report h::' ;u'iv,, , cubseription collected for road cluing[ purposes. This t -'.,y ias *n. used as yet, anti if there will bno further 'need for it the various donations wil be re- .,:r:ecl to the donors. The proposition of ctosin business the near future I .p.: during the program for the se- J. D. Robertson also reported pro-e,.md fair day was discussed and ap- gress in the proposed deal with the I proved, Great Northern railway as to the I Secretary Holmquist brought up btilding of a dam in Park River. the quertion of municipal support to he negotiation with the railroad au- the Clark S. Eaton band. It was de- thorities is expected to come to a tided to request of the city council definite termination soon. in the that they put this proposition up to core at the with getting reord breaklr made this cd in the thousand p-cple, uhile pl ace. Wednesd: sand 13copte tended the evening the r bnost to v,e used players a fine were well for the subse the program. Tuesday chen. state ture and labor blltties of live North Dakota. C state agricultural uits and Excellent School Display ......... Various articles manufactured and Thou shalt not slander thy neigh- opinion of the mayor, the voters at the next city election. exhibited by students of Walsh Court- bor--over the radio. That Is what lot Winnioeg. ty Agricultural school stand promln- a new law says. Representative Her- - ............. ently out in even this surrounding net of Css is the author. It makes Wlsh C ty Ec i Con[ St did of keen competition- our present law, which is a se,/ere a ourt onom c erence u e The blacksmith!rig class has .some one, applicable to statements over the} : f ! 11 . ] A/ , / r fine tools as nicely put up as they: radio.  ouccestul Farming ancl t-00aoptefl r-rograml at Fargo, are well made. The carpenter class! -- l . .............................. ,  borne in has been very busy with articles too i .Senate Bill No. 67: lowering the l_e-Icommittee Reports Dealt With Crop 120 percent loss on Cobblers and Tri-I men's rumerous to mention as Mr Koh-: gat rate oI interest to seven per cent,,  .... "- ..... "- "---- b--"- - - I " ' Conditions and Outlook . "UII|)|I rulb2tl iruitt /,UJ,S t&s year pssed that body by a vote of 29 to ' " 1 ha ';plants and ' - ann more care n ndling future l 16. It brought on a rather heated! for Nex Year 6iscussion- Senator Patterson of I i crops is urged. Tuesday No increase in sugar beet production Langdon. By Sidney W. Hooper 'is recommended over that signed up ent of schools for al humber of exhibits far outdist- ing. antes previous' records. Nearly 12,00 The club conMsts of members in ems Were o_,atcrcd on the first day. the community around Nash post Women Take Interest post office." representing parts of Tle fact that the women in Walsh Farm[hatch. Glenwod and Fertile 'nty are beginning to take real in- townships. At the time the reporter forest in these mid-winter fairs by called it had also temporary posses- ?:v,:oo:: a a e . sl membershio trophy won by Eikenberry of Farmington not fail to see township in the Northeastern Breed- The two most beautifully decorated ors association's drive in 1926. This ire- .booths in the great exhibition room phy properly belongs in the Farming- s Occupied by Home Maker clubs, ton township exhibit the attendants Purple and tan is the dominating explained. lors of the Riverside Home Maker,'s In charge of hc Nash booth are club's booth in charge of Mrs. Donald Joe Thompson. C Lille[arden and T. Dyke and other ladies whom the re- A. Donelly. to get natnes failed the of ce they were absent, at the time., : ey represent farm women of Glen-i OOcl, larmington. Fertile and Graf-! on town,hius. I The 4 T C club's booth blossoms out i n reen and white, and its affairs I .,.re directed by Mrs. Albert Ferguson, I rs. j. D. Harris and Mrs. E. J'i aintor. . I oth clubs havre a fine dsplay of i :'-itvb,n equipment end demonstra- [ hen would say in an auction sale :in, are made of how the various' bill. You will in this collection find "t.nsils are to be used tool chests of various kinds, and Information Easily Available "sizes, several article of nice furni- , ..... [tare that any home might be prou{l - visitor to the fair nas no umx-.. ^.., ,h,ve lamr  bookholders ' :tlty In finding his way. .Rig.h.t__at, ltabies, etc." Then there is a nice y? entranco is the ho.se, a fu. w00on be00, 1 information boom a ....... milkstool, mail boxes, feeders 'nevery-" ndants reaoy m awe correc m-lthin, ' ! formation regarding . e;erything r?l The decorations in the hall and the., 'Onnection with tle fair Anti upe and _, . " _ _, booths are very attractive sy, mendent Taintor is everywhere a k .... ion the eyes. Both the fair manage-, said that only a few were charging ace and still finds tune en.ougn o: ment and the booth directors have; eight per cent on real estate loans wet the thousands of quesuons n'-,.,mn t  nroud of their tchi e out his way and that not one of his -vice' " ....... -- .............. ev_- l at him. and to offer such aa l ments" l(onstituents had requested him to 'd guidance as is needed. Farmers Union on Deck t MASONS AND MASONIC LADIES The Walsh Couny Farmers Co-i TO CELEBRATE WITH FRIENDS lerative Union has ngaged a boh[ t the fair and offers a fine dispmy. The Masonic lodge of Park River "lhey are specializing in North Duke- and the Eastern Star lodge will give twine and seed samples. L. O. Tot'-I a Joint social in the Masonic HaiI bias secretary of the county local, next Tuesday, March 5th. There wilI  charge of the exhibit, i be dancing and  card playing. P. N. crane, F%rm Union overseer i Members of the two organizations or the northeastern part of the I are permitted to bring friends with tate. also attended the fair. " 1 them, OtherwiSenature. the stal is of a Vernon and Farmingion I l:'rivate Three townships come close t0]TEEE EDINBURG MEN DONATE . tonopolizlng attention in their line 0f exhibits. They are Vernon, Farm- TO IrNIVERSITY ......... STADIUI] "hgton and Kensington- Kensing']Basket Ball Victory Brought Unex- n and rernon have their names I et "forth in letters formed of grains I peered Gifts to U N. D. rown in their communities.  Campaign Drive ! Vernon township announces with Three Welsh connty friends of the ])ride that it is "The Heart of Gold- University of North Dakota, Arne l en Valley" and precedes to prove it Thmasson. G. C. Jensen and Alfred l by their e.xhibit. There are fine sam- Ass. all of Edinburg, are new subserib- Mes of wheat, oats, flax, corn. alfal- ors to the school's stadium fund, ] sweet clover. The heart in the is formed by seed from North- 'estern Dent corn. In atendance a the booth may be found David Hylden, Clarence Guar- der and Around Flaten. Farm[aaron townships exhibit is interesting and along similar It's booth sign stands out in fr'-med by miniature sugar W.S. Adolph They were so well pleased with the University's basket bll victory over the North Dakota Aizg!es last weloe- end- that they volunteered sulscrip- tions to Frank J. Webb, alumni secre- I ta,ry, who tin'ned their donations over l to the Stadium Drive yesterday. The iact that none of the new subscrib- ers have attended the" Unifersity [makes" their donattbns 911 the mor 'unusual. campaign officials said. Rear[lie, led the fight for the bill.. ?e said that they were cleaning uP i the farmers fast enough at six pm cent. without charging seven or eight For cent. Senator East[ate of Grand Forks, who is a dirt farmer, said that the rate of interest depended on tl'.e ladle[dual borrowing and not much on the law. Senator Cain of Stark vote for a measure of this kind. However, the bill held the support it tad gathered and was put over. Nsturopathy was finally defeated in the senate last Thursday, after being resurrected from the defeat suffered t,o weeks ago. When it came up for 'nal disposition Senator Cain of Stark moved for indefinate postpone- meat. With one Senator absent the vote resulted in a tie: 24 "to 24. It fell to the lot of President Cart to :ast the deciding vote, which he did by voting to put the measure t: sleep. The merits of the bill were not dlcu:ed during tbe la.t sktrrsh. 'the league lead:s had made )tr ' I faetinoal issue an. had said aL tF.%[ the,/ lad to say In the first, t'tl, ', a it brought ou and its opponents I seemed to feel the uselessness of fur- ,her argument. Two Leaguers, how- i eve.r, refused to be lined up for it.' The senate defeated the HawP. bll Tuesday afternoon by a vote of P5 to 24. Two Lea'uzrs. 'enutors ?,rt,:n and Pattn. voted to kill it. Senator Mattai of Wells county, a Leaguer, in a brief talk denounced the bill as a counterfeit and one possess- !rig no merit, but voted for it so as not to impair his party regularity. The defeat of this meamzre increase the chance for the admtn mill bill in that body. Spending two days consider[again- at present until more factories are,spoke on formation available from the Agricul- available, A higher protective tartff I Several reels tural College and the experiences of on sugar is asked, and tt is pointed i shown. successful farmers in the county, one out that the United States only pro-[ The features of hundred delegates who attended the duces one-sixth of the sugar consumed i the farmers Walsh county conomic conference lere. Every farm should have a group of addresses held at Park Ri}er Friday and Satur- shelterbelt and should produce its own and women's day worked out and adopted a per- vegetables and acclimated varieties ot agricultural manent program of agricultural and !fruit. men. home development. Need Better Cows and health The delegates were divided into Increased acreage of alfalfa for lmy fore women. twelve committees that met indivl-land sweet clover for hay, pasture aria D.E. Stoa, dually for the first day and then green manure were strongly advocat- lng at the state brought in report a a general session ed. Livestock production should be tation at held Saturday afternoon, i increased to the point where it will, of Grain for The cash crops committees port furnish 50 pement of the farm'[accrue.' J, called attention to the poor priC out- ' Sixty percent of the cropped acreage' state :look for durum wheat, and to the no-ishould be in feed trains, fodder ad lng and ! cessity of securing higher yields and lpasture, and 40 percent in cash crops., linoehl, better quality of grain if wheat pro- ] Increased dairy production should falns at duction is to be profitable. Mindum come about thorough higher i)roduc-ithods of is the only recommended variety of!rich per cow, not through increasing fences. durum. nd marquis and ceres fox i the numebr of cows. For profitable pro-. hare spring wheat. Use of a legume duction, a goal of 220 pounds of but- such as alfalfa or sweet clover in a lterfat per cow should be set. Produc- preventive rotation was advocated as one means tlon and feed cost records should be tare that of imp{eYing wheat yields and qual- kept so that nnprofitable animals ity. I can be eliminated. Fall freshening is 'ave a A reasonable expansion at-flax is best, }the advisable providing it is planted on Welsh Low on Beef Cattle ]Ailce DahtetL clean ground A further increase in, Walsh county is next to barley acreage should remain small, !among the counties-of the and only enough oats should be grown beef cattle production, and a consl s:tration to take care of the feed requirements   , erable increase in the number ot : Beautiful. ' on the farm. good beef cattle is advocated, Co-op-Idurl Wants strict Potato Inspection erative livestock shiDping assyria- I Pt( Very strict legislation on potato in- tions are .endorsed. also Junior baby!state spection with a tightening up of the beef club work. The conference con- requriements fo certified seed is as- denmed the practice of direct buying ed, and a communication along this of livestock by the packers, believing City ,Milk hne is being sent from the conference that "it is destroying the central corn- sched" to the lo, gtslature. ,petit[re market." Crop forecasts from the U. S. de-. Any Increase In shee partmentof agriculture were indorsed should be gradual, and the as an aid to farmers in planning should start with a small acreages and marketing their pro- ducts. An increased farlff on potatoe,% both seed and table stock, is asked A