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&apos;vestigate the Wheat Growers, for they, claim there has been no truthful' re- e:_ port made of its flnanci-d condition : to the members. This was hotly dis- -__ puted by Mr. Price. of the board of Larin directcrs, who made the further declar- ation tile board is fully aware of all that buts. Scott and Ta% are doing =-5--_ (all l='larmless unless, as Senator Mat- and that when Duis. Scott a:{d raft l:pcal: thai contends, it is detrimental to fail to obey the instructions of the _Z deposito by lessening the present board of dh'ectors they will be dm- -.. habllity of stockholders in banks, charged - this bili What the 22 tenators who voted Mr. Price's prmc:p:d objccnon :o  Paajor- ,gainst the bill objected m waz the th investigatmn was it roaM. under -:- to pass i icDression sought to be conveyed .... :he Lerms of the proposed resolution. =--L_ or l that it m any manner was u subisti-- bc e×tendcd for two years. He was =-:: t:te ior tim gum'anty of deposits. Ii opposed to any inve.tigation but it e:- Sons, ,rpo.iLe:as arc not deceived in that re- one was determAned on. he said. it k_[: Sperry pcct then the bill is of no 0al'tiClli -,hotlld be done a: once h: the short-  in favor of it.. w, omen either way. leaving bank. a';] e.-t possible time. _-Y--- way, in ,F+ey were before there was any guar- ....................... :-- making ,:t. oI deposit.s with a gcstm'e ma0e T|IE A(;E OLD PROBI.EM . :2L Was fralned HI c.)::pellin: LFlelll to ::rid :o thelr' pro- I capital. it gives ', rld the la,s5 Comnn'+tee HleeLlngs have broil lcers in l:ack,.d wih imerested apecuttors on the ln'oposed re.';olution wiereby the The lit- "Vl:Pat Cirowers orgtIlization would be no deposi- im c,q!.:ated by  senate committee. It, the re- v,dd6 take a Phila:.ephia lawyer to ;ort, out the eonflictin statemenlt. and losers, axe decide ˘-m their merits. Frnm Gerald P. Ny, , (" tlbill(!t al)l)oill|nl(Hlts as Wql :tq -==- [h(. cltoiee lllli(l,: • fill" other impor! ---::-- till( Federal ],(),sis tOtlch at Ill, e.- = ,en{iaI hopv of :, flcl:o(-rcy. 'I'h; l"l'e-  shletlt+ elect, upon ,vhos,, sl:olll+lt +:q - fails the resllon:ihili+) or st'lo,'th)t - Wtt(}l lh: ta, ko offi,'e on .'d:l-,'b tlh :-L---T= =: + =_ is holdin coun,,i ',+:i:h hiia-,lf with _- I'˘t,IOClS IO lib + lnKA:II} cf hi,'-: +)ffi- ::f ]at)d Taft, alone own a string of ele- sum ow o s, those It x atcrs financed by Wheat Growers guaranty, money. Explanation of this made by should Wheat GroOvers directors preselt at the hearings is the Wheat Growers organization cannot own and condu˘ I of health.[ these elevators for the reason the fed- have worked oral and bank or any other financial i .curce would refuse to loan it money with which to conduct the elevators, [2his was the trump of the opIxmttlon likewise. 're an investigation. To the contrary, banks P. W. Copeland, rn'ging the investiga- tion. read a letter from the federal bank 'stating it would loan money, to the organization in the conduct of the into To LI:P average person t,he quarrel :iP.l family tit(. t,'n v:ho cl.l+ttivo+ V?_ tmongt the Wheat Gowets s ,n th + ..... toi: ', • " ' " " + - ' Iv .ill b,, th nvxi ˘:a,duut and in..  qvcer mtuatmn whereby thlee Wheat < each state •  .... " • ]<livilm.llv the s,c,'earv h.md of a C"cwegs officials Messrs Dais SeoLI ", " make an ..... f,<h.Tal departme.nt. No donbt 31- ___ Hoover has listened to recoll]t'ocnda- -=' lions from within and 'ithout the official circles of the National __ {'+apttoi covering the full rauge of'------__ federal office---front cabinet nnd __-- hlgh dlplomatie posts down to clerk- _ ships. Advise has been abundant, the pres not only grattthousiy nam- ing and renaming the cabinet but suggesting the Chief Executive's un- official personal advisor. Vtt hat it is Mr. Hoover's---to fulfill the :=== faith of thl Rapublic that tru, eaders sad not demagogues shall == administer the overnment. I- PreMdernt in Double Role elevators. This conflict in testimony I rather stumps the average person. ] Prestde_nt-Elect Hoover will go to the White Hesse as President o" To ascertain thetruth on this point all the people and as head of the i Is highly important to people so they] Repnbltean wlrty. In this (iuplcx i  i1 Decem- may exercise an intelligeit conclusion capacity he hllfllls his reat office, i@ in on this dispute. The Farmers Union What he (lt,,s lo strengthen the ad- c-÷ , in that respect is a somewhat parallel mtnistrallon of th,, eovorlnen! and =--:+ of situation, it is said, the three head promole the well beinv c,f the people  • Farmers Union officials owning the 50 shou'd advaae the lnteruss ot hi::  or more former Equity elevators taken nolith.vl party and vice ;'('rs:]. Its, --- (;per. thogll whether financed by th, lh'si,!(,, in fillings ,,, (':thiner J Farmers Union organization money, Dosliions will re'off* hv h)oki.+: mot  j we do not know. If. not, there is a ,o the future than to the past. Giv. ii . distinction; if Farmers Union motley ing reward to the vleior, h;,t heels of the' llnances these elevators, the situatlon[brought qboit a sinister tradition in is identical with that of the Wheat this country, ow, which .e,,ms only 22. In Growers. I gradually to disappear. There  Perhaps out of the debate on theihoul d no( be spoilt of office but resolution when it comes up in the, honors and duty of nffico: m)t poll or senate, unless killed in committee. ----- capital one can become better informed onl('al alums hut put)lie service. The' kept on this moot point of private ownership psychology of the country at thts t property In which organization moment seeks In tht, respect a turn cash. money is invested, from the old way. Mr. Hoover wit!  be generally supoprted in  mtng a i nans Icabinet fitted for the heavy and re-] Ownership of the el.t is not l not be sponslble Job of directing the affairs then. the bill the, only rievance ot, ho would in- of the ten federal departments look-"   e $ Wonderful Unit has been rl to our Pladt. a I Continuous Clarefier is the only town of its size so to have this up-to-the-min- i all Lint, Dust and Grit is the while, the machines are cleans. Wait rot. Laundry has asked This will be in Simmons, who will give .you and will call and re- Phone 140. I L J/tlJ 1 fity to thank you all for past g you Of a broader and ] + ing to the best welfare of the na-[ tlon Neither th President nor any I-- public official has a right to se  power of or Influence with respect to appointment to office to discharge political obligations at the expense of the public. The individual count for little the cause for much. The | President has the privilege of choos- Ing his official advisors as n Public servant of the people and not as ,'t private Individual where political service has been constructive and carried with It a capacity and will === for faithful public service it is : ffi== pleasant to honor such with the sceptre of office. Our Rel)ublic ita.q p?oflted aud will ever profit by tip, sacrificial services of men and wo-] men who place first their country an by their conduct as pubI|" off'f: rials deserve the gratitude of the nation, President-Elect Hoover in  his double role as President and party head should have the full mp- port of his political colleagues tn se- lecting from the party those indi- vidual,q who can best aid the snc-l.=[+ cess of his administration. C1hoie Belongs to Preside.t Personally, I have no desire to discuss cabhle,t possibilities, [ aim. ply venture to express the hope that Mr. Hoover Will e governed by a higher motivl than gratitude in the selection Of ts official household. He ought to feel free to select for etch place.the man best fitted for it. In no other way can he hope to meure up to the expectations of the lblie. + 'b+'restdent.-Elect is no being left alone. Like Other men elected to +this high office, he is being giv- en so much unsolicited help. ptlbiic through the press, and Privately that the free choice belonging to himself must seem a very shaky reality. Many political leaders con- sider that the formhtg of a presiden- tial cabinet is an , occasion when they should favor friends with re.-  commendations to one of th:, dis-[ tlngutshed posts, and although an individual may know well that he ms no chance of being seriously , the publicity adds to his prestige.and he enjoys a certain honor because of having his name used in connection with  position of such prominence• Ex-Secretary of State Charles Evans Ighss, Amb+dor Dwight W. Mororw and Mrs: ,liw T. Herr. Vice-Chairman of the Rpubltcan National Committee have withe drawn their names, Mrs. Heft is an- nouselng that she did not aspire to a federal POst Pronouneed it as the ,men who have render- that their re 8even) Peb-y 28,. ][}o You / / Like The Press? Dear Subscriber: If you do like the Press, " you will want to read it. If you have not already renew- ed your subscription, you will want to do it. Bills for outstanding sub- scription "accounts wiJl be sent out from the business office in a few days. If you are behind with your sub- scripfion you can save us a lot of extra work and ex- pense bv sending your check nOW. The new management of I this newspaper will try to give you the best weekly pos- sible. But in return we must insist on advance payment of subscription. Those who are in arrears beyond the time limit grant- by the U. S. Postal regu- lations, will be dropped from the list immediately after the notice has been sent them and time enough for a reply has elapsed. So, please, send that subscription today, it may seem a small amount to E you, but all /hese little i amounts mean a whole i lot to the success of the ,,' Press Yours for co-operation WALSH COUNTY. PRE00SS Lars J. Siljan, Publisher • o . • . • o 'vestigate the Wheat Growers, for they, claim there has been no truthful' re- e:_ port made of its flnanci-d condition : to the members. This was hotly dis- -__ puted by Mr. Price. of the board of Larin directcrs, who made the further declar- ation tile board is fully aware of all that buts. Scott and Ta% are doing =-5--_ (all l='larmless unless, as Senator Mat- and that when Duis. Scott a:{d raft l:pcal: thai contends, it is detrimental to fail to obey the instructions of the _Z deposito by lessening the present board of dh'ectors they will be dm- -.. habllity of stockholders in banks, charged - this bili What the 22 tenators who voted Mr. Price's prmc:p:d objccnon :o  Paajor- ,gainst the bill objected m waz the th investigatmn was it roaM. under -:- to pass i icDression sought to be conveyed .... :he Lerms of the proposed resolution. =--L_ or l that it m any manner was u subisti-- bc e×tendcd for two years. He was =-:: t:te ior tim gum'anty of deposits. Ii opposed to any inve.tigation but it e:- Sons, ,rpo.iLe:as arc not deceived in that re- one was determAned on. he said. it k_[: Sperry pcct then the bill is of no 0al'tiClli -,hotlld be done a: once h: the short-  in favor of it.. w, omen either way. leaving bank. a';] e.-t possible time. _-Y--- way, in ,F+ey were before there was any guar- ....................... :-- making ,:t. oI deposit.s with a gcstm'e ma0e T|IE A(;E OLD PROBI.EM . :2L Was fralned HI c.)::pellin: LFlelll to ::rid :o thelr' pro- I capital. it gives ', rld the la,s5 Comnn'+tee HleeLlngs have broil lcers in l:ack,.d wih imerested apecuttors on the ln'oposed re.';olution wiereby the The lit- "Vl:Pat Cirowers orgtIlization would be no deposi- im c,q!.:ated by  senate committee. It, the re- v,dd6 take a Phila:.ephia lawyer to ;ort, out the eonflictin statemenlt. and losers, axe decide ˘-m their merits. Frnm Gerald P. Ny, , (" tlbill(!t al)l)oill|nl(Hlts as Wql :tq -==- [h(. cltoiee lllli(l,: • fill" other impor! ---::-- till( Federal ],(),sis tOtlch at Ill, e.- = ,en{iaI hopv of :, flcl:o(-rcy. 'I'h; l"l'e-  shletlt+ elect, upon ,vhos,, sl:olll+lt +:q - fails the resllon:ihili+) or st'lo,'th)t - Wtt(}l lh: ta, ko offi,'e on .'d:l-,'b tlh :-L---T= =: + =_ is holdin coun,,i ',+:i:h hiia-,lf with _- I'˘t,IOClS IO lib + lnKA:II} cf hi,'-: +)ffi- ::f ]at)d Taft, alone own a string of ele- sum ow o s, those It x atcrs financed by Wheat Growers guaranty, money. Explanation of this made by should Wheat GroOvers directors preselt at the hearings is the Wheat Growers organization cannot own and condu˘ I of health.[ these elevators for the reason the fed- have worked oral and bank or any other financial i .curce would refuse to loan it money with which to conduct the elevators, [2his was the trump of the opIxmttlon likewise. 're an investigation. To the contrary, banks P. W. Copeland, rn'ging the investiga- tion. read a letter from the federal bank 'stating it would loan money, to the organization in the conduct of the into To LI:P average person t,he quarrel :iP.l family tit(. t,'n v:ho cl.l+ttivo+ V?_ tmongt the Wheat Gowets s ,n th + ..... toi: ', • " ' " " + - ' Iv .ill b,, th nvxi ˘:a,duut and in..  qvcer mtuatmn whereby thlee Wheat < each state •  .... " • ]<livilm.llv the s,c,'earv h.md of a C"cwegs officials Messrs Dais SeoLI ", " make an ..... f,<h.Tal departme.nt. No donbt 31- ___ Hoover has listened to recoll]t'ocnda- -=' lions from within and 'ithout the official circles of the National __ {'+apttoi covering the full rauge of'------__ federal office---front cabinet nnd __-- hlgh dlplomatie posts down to clerk- _ ships. Advise has been abundant, the pres not only grattthousiy nam- ing and renaming the cabinet but suggesting the Chief Executive's un- official personal advisor. Vtt hat it is Mr. Hoover's---to fulfill the :=== faith of thl Rapublic that tru, eaders sad not demagogues shall == administer the overnment. I- PreMdernt in Double Role elevators. This conflict in testimony I rather stumps the average person. ] Prestde_nt-Elect Hoover will go to the White Hesse as President o" To ascertain thetruth on this point all the people and as head of the i Is highly important to people so they] Repnbltean wlrty. In this (iuplcx i  i1 Decem- may exercise an intelligeit conclusion capacity he hllfllls his reat office, i@ in on this dispute. The Farmers Union What he (lt,,s lo strengthen the ad- c-÷ , in that respect is a somewhat parallel mtnistrallon of th,, eovorlnen! and =--:+ of situation, it is said, the three head promole the well beinv c,f the people  • Farmers Union officials owning the 50 shou'd advaae the lnteruss ot hi::  or more former Equity elevators taken nolith.vl party and vice ;'('rs:]. Its, --- (;per. thogll whether financed by th, lh'si,!(,, in fillings ,,, (':thiner J Farmers Union organization money, Dosliions will re'off* hv h)oki.+: mot  j we do not know. If. not, there is a ,o the future than to the past. Giv. ii . distinction; if Farmers Union motley ing reward to the vleior, h;,t heels of the' llnances these elevators, the situatlon[brought qboit a sinister tradition in is identical with that of the Wheat this country, ow, which .e,,ms only 22. In Growers. I gradually to disappear. There  Perhaps out of the debate on theihoul d no( be spoilt of office but resolution when it comes up in the, honors and duty of nffico: m)t poll or senate, unless killed in committee. ----- capital one can become better informed onl('al alums hut put)lie service. The' kept on this moot point of private ownership psychology of the country at thts t property In which organization moment seeks In tht, respect a turn cash. money is invested, from the old way. Mr. Hoover wit!  be generally supoprted in  mtng a i nans Icabinet fitted for the heavy and re-] Ownership of the el.t is not l not be sponslble Job of directing the affairs then. the bill the, only rievance ot, ho would in- of the ten federal departments look-"   e $ Wonderful Unit has been rl to our Pladt. a I Continuous Clarefier is the only town of its size so to have this up-to-the-min- i all Lint, Dust and Grit is the while, the machines are cleans. Wait rot. Laundry has asked This will be in Simmons, who will give .you and will call and re- Phone 140. I L J/tlJ 1 fity to thank you all for past g you Of a broader and ] + ing to the best welfare of the na-[ tlon Neither th President nor any I-- public official has a right to se  power of or Influence with respect to appointment to office to discharge political obligations at the expense of the public. The individual count for little the cause for much. The | President has the privilege of choos- Ing his official advisors as n Public servant of the people and not as ,'t private Individual where political service has been constructive and carried with It a capacity and will === for faithful public service it is : ffi== pleasant to honor such with the sceptre of office. Our Rel)ublic ita.q p?oflted aud will ever profit by tip, sacrificial services of men and wo-] men who place first their country an by their conduct as pubI|" off'f: rials deserve the gratitude of the nation, President-Elect Hoover in  his double role as President and party head should have the full mp- port of his political colleagues tn se- lecting from the party those indi- vidual,q who can best aid the snc-l.=[+ cess of his administration. C1hoie Belongs to Preside.t Personally, I have no desire to discuss cabhle,t possibilities, [ aim. ply venture to express the hope that Mr. Hoover Will e governed by a higher motivl than gratitude in the selection Of ts official household. He ought to feel free to select for etch place.the man best fitted for it. In no other way can he hope to meure up to the expectations of the lblie. + 'b+'restdent.-Elect is no being left alone. Like Other men elected to +this high office, he is being giv- en so much unsolicited help. ptlbiic through the press, and Privately that the free choice belonging to himself must seem a very shaky reality. Many political leaders con- sider that the formhtg of a presiden- tial cabinet is an , occasion when they should favor friends with re.-  commendations to one of th:, dis-[ tlngutshed posts, and although an individual may know well that he ms no chance of being seriously , the publicity adds to his prestige.and he enjoys a certain honor because of having his name used in connection with  position of such prominence• Ex-Secretary of State Charles Evans Ighss, Amb+dor Dwight W. Mororw and Mrs: ,liw T. Herr. Vice-Chairman of the Rpubltcan National Committee have withe drawn their names, Mrs. Heft is an- nouselng that she did not aspire to a federal POst Pronouneed it as the ,men who have render- that their re 8even) Peb-y 28,. ][}o You / / Like The Press? Dear Subscriber: If you do like the Press, " you will want to read it. If you have not already renew- ed your subscription, you will want to do it. Bills for outstanding sub- scription "accounts wiJl be sent out from the business office in a few days. If you are behind with your sub- scripfion you can save us a lot of extra work and ex- pense bv sending your check nOW. The new management of I this newspaper will try to give you the best weekly pos- sible. But in return we must insist on advance payment of subscription. Those who are in arrears beyond the time limit grant- by the U. S. Postal regu- lations, will be dropped from the list immediately after the notice has been sent them and time enough for a reply has elapsed. So, please, send that subscription today, it may seem a small amount to E you, but all /hese little i amounts mean a whole i lot to the success of the ,,' Press Yours for co-operation WALSH COUNTY. PRE00SS Lars J. Siljan, Publisher • o . • . • o