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at I Winners at the Walsh &apos;County Mid-Winter Fair i SMALL (;RAINS Dent corn: be In l--David Hylden. Park River 2---.L. Douglas Co.. Park River 3--S.-lt. Oen, Park River 4---Frank Olsen. Park River Flint corn: ii; l--J. A. Harris. Park River 2.--IT, G Hurtt. Hoople . 3 ( V. Novak. Pisek S.  4-:k,bert Ferguson. Park River ' 5---S. H. Oen. Park River Marquis wheat: versed l---Gorder Farms. Park River "to an- 2--6 W. Morn. Park River :-Olaf Larson. Park River Would like 4--Oia[ Larson. Park River and .--David Ford. Park River so "ma:/y Ceres wheat: l--Clarence Guarder, Park River 2--David Hylden, Park River 3Johnson Bros., Nash antagonism 4--Joe Thompson. Grafton and de- 5--J. A. Harris. Park River gen- Any other spring wheat: 1--Chris. Mldgarden. Hoople of sec- 2--Frank Drevecky, Admns of: 3--K. N, BJorndahi. Edinburg of the 4--John Dtevecky, Adams l the re-. 5--Joe Thompson. Glafton ; Durum wheat: happiness, lF. M. Hewitt, Minto heart, ta), 2--Wm. A. Little, Park River So a t 3--Art Trovatten. Park River Ohristlanl 4--Charles Ramsey. Park River is its an- 5-John Trygg, Park River displayed Oats: 1--John Drevecky. Pisek 2--0. W. Moen. Park River 3---John Drevecky, Adams and 4--4larence Guarder, Park River te, S--E. E Hanson, Orafton Rye: lHalvor Lien, Grafton their lives 2--Steve F. Novak. Plsek 6f course. ', 3---A. Ji(.,lski. Anburn con- Barley: guilt, f-David Hylden, Park River 2--John Drevecky, Adams and merL aJohn Dreveeky, Pisek 4--Angus Bell. Park River Flax: l--Davld Hylden, Park River reminded 2--John Donnelly & Son. Grafton I at- 3--Art Trovatten. Park River :the Lutheran 4---(3, W..Morn. Park River took 5--Art Swanson. Hoople FEED AND II.AGE on Oolgotha ll Christian ,Alfalfa seed: 2--Al Mldgarden, Oral'ton and be Sweet Clover see/l: 1--Albert lrguson, Park Rive re- sought for- 2.W.S. Eikenberry, Park PAver the ]Lord 3---Frank Olson, Pilk River 4--David Ford, Park River ,%ifaifa llay: a beautiful 1--Chester Tloml')son. Park River Mkdgarden, Grafton ideal Trovattm. Park River J. Cudmore, Park River eros& fee, weet Clover "Hay. l--James K. Shaw. Park River mental and Dhysi- 2.--James K. Shaw. Park River OUt of Gethsemane. ilage: he gave utter- l---Claarder Farms. Park River 2A. J. Cudmore, Park River atzainm 3--hl Midgarden. Grafton betrayed 4-John Harris. Park River FOR BST POTATOES them. for they Cobblers spuds: do,'{ was his IA. A. Hornbaker. Cavalier Anti he had 2--W, S. Eikenberry, Orafton his fellow suf- 3.--J. P;, Everson. Edinburg 4--Joe Thompson. Grafton today 5--L. Douglas Co.. Park River Early Chios: l--W. S. ,Eikenberry. Grafton discussion 2---ti. H. Stenerson, Edtnburg a stand* 3-I. E. Evenson. Edinburg that all pro- 4-- Clarence Gaarder. Park River 5--Art Swanson. Hoople SOU1 . '"No '! riu{phs: is not fit to 1--.Chris. Midgarden, Grafton doctrlue, 2--O Atsmld. Hoople as even a a--Harris &- Rob, bie. (.avaller it. 4---Joe Thpmpson, Grafton  .... 5-L Douglas Co., Park River Rev Strandjord has Other Variety Spuds: the diseusison going 1--John Dreveckv, Adams ou,' newspapers about 2---L. Douglas Co., Park River r he 3--Steve F. Novak Pisek sermon l.tst Stinday  4--John Drevecky, Adams evil. Such Elise and Mrs. James Bruce had in play ndisix young ladies at,her home Monday wllen introduced and passed in that afternon, tained Mr. and Mrs. Pat health or in illness, in joy  evening. Needlework was the past- body, another instance of concern over Guests for three tables were present. Mr. and Mrs. Cuss Gates, Mr. and in sports and in business, time. The hostess served refreslt- piffling matters to screen issues of ,rs. F E. Weed winning high score'r,,rs. Peter Kenney, ,rs. Norman Mc , home and in the world, ments at the close of the evening. eal moment, honors, The hostess assisted by her lPherson. Mrs, Leonard and Mrs. Re-  ..... What the bill was designed t do daughters Joyce and Harriett served bert Kerr Of Fairdale at a 1 o'cloC was set up a fund with the money ob- a delicious dinner at six o clock, dinner on Sunday. Barle) tained from the licensing of dogs to Oat repay owners of sheep for depreda- #" .... ---- Rye tions eonnnitted by dogs It would Flax have obligated farmers to keep dogs within doors aL night, and otherwise iltutter ,,nl)os(-cl ,'e,t:'icLions on (logs. Natur- 10 " " " WHITE ..... HOLLAND TIIRKEYS :ally, on such pro0osal, there ,,,-as dl- -- "--,000 Rabbits and Rabbit Skins ] 00lnd anin,o00., b,:ed b00twoon Before Spring I ,7ormg" lien farm(,rs themselves. Your corresoon~ 1 & 2---John Del'vecky. Norton dent has no dwelt n:ucb on he do .lar Old Hen: bill tbrou=h conviction ! would come  We Pay ltiest Cash Prices f0r Both Als0 for Furs and Hides ][ r l.r 2--Jotln Drevecky, Nortoll t.o all mlti:nely ol!d ill t!le holt'.O. Alld "  itIar Young Tom: it did  BI SUPPLY OF FLESH FISH ON NAIID  !r.io. f-John Drevecky, Norton ..... I Ole L Neste s Cream Station ] Q NARROW GANZETTE TURKEYS S,},r:) tIalniitoC! :niH alld elevtt-  . I... Old Tom: tor biIl. Mated to come 't" "Fhursdav. a 1  2---Mrs. Ole (l'oven. ttOol)le \\;vq. IIIOV0( iol'wftrd to tt::' eonlirl! Old Hens: )':o.(lav February :'5th. Tlis bill is 1 & 3--Mrs. (lie Groven. IIoople n:eant to SUl)ersde hosc bJ!l No. 10, - -:=:7_" Young Hens: {,he ,,:1l,:! rail! eo,llmi:<'!on issue in .1. -: = : " @ 1. 2. and 3"--Mrs O1,, Groven ttoo- the late o!ae:on v.here;.z: tile 1VA : pie ,)romi:,._i . ,,,.,,, ihose it:dtl:{trie:; over ,I. BOI:RBON RED TURKEYS N rn the i c,: '. ,, ,'" P:zm::'r a l.,c:t,ue ,> "t oug' Tom: 2--Mrs. W. I-1. Lewis. Park River l'OUllg" Hen: 2---1VIrs. W. 1-1. Lewis Park Iiver BLUE SL&TE TIJRKKEI'S "oung Tom: 1 & 2---Borghild Braer. Hoopte Young Hens: 1 3z 2--Borghild Brager. HoopK' . Geese Toulouse: 1 Male, & 1 Femalc-Charles Bat-s. mill manager as proposed to give tht Park River mill commission, with instructions to Ducks Pekin: . report the mlrs condition quarterly I Male & 1 Female--Vera &nder- and providing for the regular semi- son. Hoople vnnual audit by State Auditor Steen's Guenia Hens: department. Not s fair-minded per- i Cock bird: l--Steve F. Novak, Pi-lson in the state but will agree this is , sek .... .... the businesslike manner In hich to Capons: . make a success of the mill. Were the ! 1 & 2Bill Bromboro. Park River imill passed over to the Minneapoli , White Rocks: t millers, that is precisely what they Cock: l--Arnold Haas. Park River  would do, place a manager in full Hen: 1 & 2--Arnold Haas. Park ', vuthority and "let him go to it.' re- River tallied if he proved capable and re- Cockerel: I p!aced if he did not demonstrate abil- 1, 2. & 3--Arnold Haas. Park River tty. The eonclusmn it would be good Pullet: business to entrust the industries to 1 & 2--Win. A. Liddle. Park River tile mill manager, unhampered by a I 3---W. A. Younz Park River ]commission or other intermediaries, is i Barred Rocks: , food lo'ic antl inescapable. And it 4* Cock: 1 & 2---Mrs. Mandus Hult- would be good business; by saving in;. strand. Milton !cverhe,d the salaries (,I" the mill corn-:.I, 3ArneI, Weinlaeder. Grafton mission, its secretary and corps ot;, I! en: ila 1Ol [( }." '! t!'c c )mO!L<i . witll Shtfer a-cloctin the .X\\;'O Ida,'.llCI'5 t? ,,. "I'h'{ t!'i p',i1! e; l!!::iF"'Oil )1111 i e, + l'aor, ly : -.lfl>l:'r':'iltT' l>v ,'.!lie}! hc ip- dlut!-ioc; r, : i)e ":'11  :!':Od /:Pqcr ('o%- cr is ff(?l,,i,l;, ro('o'_;i:ee,q by botl ,t- Leaguers ald [VA. lnd openly sl)okt'll /, o{ here in lhat strata. .1. Tile Ha;:!!tol )la_ is a strat,,-!tout *4"- proposal to ive uil autl,.orlty m tile -I, Get Your Farm Tools Ready Spring Work Days Will Soon Be Here It is a wise farmer thathas all of his farm tools and equipment ready for use a little before the time of actual need. You will find this store just the rilht place to buy such thinds. CRESENT PATTERN WRENCHES 6 inch 49c & inch 60c I0 inch 80c 12 inch 99c Steel Wrench Sockets IOc each OLSON aides he would employ. And it mu.,t. ,I- 1--Arnei Weinlaeder. Grafton be remembered this mill manager will  Hardware and Harness Pullet: be an al)pointee of C, overnor Shafer's!*Io l & 3---Mrs Mandus Hultstrand to be eontinled or diseharccd a; !" " g'"":":'" Milton Sharer sees fit, The:'e is not a weak I 2---Arnet Weinlaeder. Orafton spot in the )!an and i! r',!e<tion by [ BARRED ROCKKS the IVA will tbsolutelv bt re'eel of Cockerels: the oft-repeated charge the mill coln- I ndssion proposal is one t.o evade the 1 1 & 2---Mrs. 1V[andus Hull, strand. 1 Milton .governor's responsibility and permit 3--P. O. Thompson, Hoople RHODE ISLAND REDS Pullet: 2--Nick Rinde. Hoople 3--Billie KenneyPark River WHITE WT'ANDOTTES ('oek: I--.. A. 8turk. Grafton 2--Seymore Starkson. lordvle Hen: of the industries being sabotaged un- der cover. In short. "baloney." The prospect ms it looms at tht time is the Hamilton btll will pass the senate by the full vote of the 20 Legue senatorr. ,,'3 on? .gro i d- ceived by the claim there are two League senators who will betray their trust by voting with the IVA against the Hamilton bill. What the IVA then I--C. A. Stark, Orafton 2 & 3--Scymore Starkson. vllle Cockerel: r: l--C. . stark. Grafton 2 & 3--Scymore Starkson. Ford- ,rifle P,:llet: "' " I & 2--C. A, Stark. Grafton VIIITE LEfIHORN,g Pullets: I. 2 & 3-.Ctarlte Drevecky, Adams (ck: :'--Chnrlie Drevecky. Adams WIIITE ORPINGTONS it,ope to do is to defeat the ttamilton Ford-ibill in Mr. Twiehell's house. Then. by deleting the mill eomml,ion llouse bill of the obtoxious auditor and con- ferring on the mill commi.sion auth- ority to name i*-s own ,,;ecretary, they hope to pass it in the senate. Should this situation wrise, the Lea- gners in turn hope there are no Lea- a'ue senator:; who will permit tile gov- ernor end his cohort to escape full responsibility of t!e lnill after having bee,., given opportunity to aeeep of the one businrss-like way for the nLill's conduct. We shall see. Ifens: , Apparently unexpected was the sen-, l--Mrs. Tonnes Ivesdahl. Gral'ton fate'.  eeeotion of the Bon:er bill for ,, 2--Mrs Ole Brager. Hoople I a one-mm highway commission, pass- Cock: ted 44 to 5. This was on February l--.Mrs, Tonnes Ivesdahl, Grafton ]P0th. As explained by Mr. Bonzer his Pullet: plan has merit. 1 & 3--Mrs. Oscar Berg. Hoople One commissioner wouhi be ap- 2--M. Ole Brager, Hoople !pointed, a,n expert on road work and Cockereh , t.n the purchase of road machinery. lMrs, Ole Brager, Hoople the would be the virtual dictator of 2Mrs_ Oscm' Berg, Hoople [the entire state's highway department. 3--Mrs. Tonnes rvesdahl. Grafton When it tame to making purchases BUFF ORPIGTONS i er entering into contracts, this would C:k: thave to be done in tile prcnce and 1--Oscar Midboe HooDle 133" the consent of the governor and lien: l state auditor. He could, however, tnl 1--Oar Midboe, Hoople , an emergency, make purchases whe I 2 & 3--Mrs. Theodore Grovum,] the sum entailed is not more than! Spe( ial s ===For==- Mid-Winter Fair Week \\; SPECIAL 69c Hersheys Cocoa Per Tin 17c Swansdown Cake Flour Per Pkg. 31 Mothers Chinaware 0ats Two Lge. Pkgs. 69c M0rtens Salt Per pkg. 12c Laundry Soap Ten bars 37 that debate. 5--Joe Thompson. Grxfton Hoople $3,000 Wherein the governor and discussion. Does. Chris Midgarden won the silver. Cockerel: weepstakes cup for Dotatoes. Ga- 2--Mrs. ThroWer9 Grin, urn. Hoople harvest der Farms won the silver eepstakes 3--Carol Grinud. Hoople i cup for Marquis wheat. short. VEGETABLES F Fierd Peas: 1 .  2--A, F. (}illesple, Park River Buckwhea t: in, the belief 1--A. F. Oillespie. Park River ,,,,, 2Alex Parke. Park River hppi- 3---J. J. Kadlec, Pisek 4--Wheat Growers, Pik Pop Corn: 2--Beatrice Novak, Pisek less popu- " ltllet: lxappi- 2--David Ford, Park River 2--Joe Reeson. Park River As al be- POULTRY DEPARTMENT ;is not a station-1 BRONZE TURKKEYS , Old Tom: l--Mrs. Mandus Hultstrand. Milton 2-Mrs. OAr Brager, Hoople Oscar Berg, Hoople I l--.]t/Lrs, Ole Brager, Hoople ] . Mandus Hultstrand, MfltOlXi Momerak, Pat River klr true When this ( be the of Ole Brger, Hoople Tonnes Ivesdahl, Graft 3--Mrs Tonneg Ivesdahl, Graftol You Hen: lMrs. ,Ole Brager, Hoople 2--Mrs. Ole Br.ge, H0olfle 3Mrs. Oscar Berg, HooDle state auditor "sit in" Is censtrued by Mr, Bonzer his bill is really a three- man commission. i PuUet: Whether the Bonzer bill Will meet l--.Osear MIdboe, Hoople )with the approval of House Boss Twl- 2--Adeline McIntyre, Park River i chells' and if it can pass the house ............ : ......... :deplte Twiehe!l's opposition, is a LEGISLATIVE NEWS :mattes- of conjecture at this tinge. By Dave Lar  modified bill providing for a A bill of large imlmrt to farmers,' bureau of criminal identification, has senate bill No. 5'I. Intlduced by Sen-[been received with favor in the house. !ator Patterson, passed the senate ,291It will be recalled that Represents. to 16 on Thursday. Febz-aary 21. As tire Hornet of Cass was the author ,eY a bill of somewhat tile same char- ] drawn origlnaly, Mr. Patterson would have placed the legal rate of interest actor and that measure was killed. at 7 per cent. but was obliged in corn- The present one is less drastic and mittee to comp0mise at , o(,'r ent. seems to meet with but little opposl- This is one of tle few bills in this tion. It is cnerally recognized that  session of the legislature designed to yo]ne blroal or department of this eneflt farming and farmers nature has become a necessity because l II. is anticiDatM the bauki frater-of ehangesl methods of communica, i nity, with Boss Twichell's aid. will ' ,n nnd ra,ve]. lage a terrfle effort to defeat-thls - .......... : bill in the house, with what succes i Lamps for giving a man asyzetic I rnains to be seen. Twichell has sus-tcoat of tat without the necessity of i rained several reversals of late, ant going into the great outdoors have it is not assuming too optiaistic a tbeen perfected. These wlfl be fine for view to assert a really meritarius bill the boys who get all their exercise at of this sort may lmss despite his OD- the seashore playing poker. position. We used to be a great deal concern- The ,called dog bill, that would ed about the rights of" the minority have imposed a state licerme of $I n but now that he minoriy is orga,zed male dotm and $2 on female dogs, was for shotting and propagandising we defeated in the house last Thtmdy think t's'--ut -- -- -- }  time to beCOme con- by a record vote of 55 to 52 Thls oerned about the ri ......... bill occupied a lee of time ad |n- it)-. Nu-Jell, All Flavors 4 Pkgs. 26c Corn Meal Per Pkg. lie Matches 6 Boxes for 19c Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour 36c Creamettes 2 Pkgs. -15c Checolate ilershey's lb. 4 lc L0g-Cabin Syrup Oranges Per Doz. 30 FOR SATURDAY ONLY Nen's Overalls per pair 98 io Per Cent off on Meas Regular $1.50 value Underwear and Feetwetr Bread Knife and Caddy Crackers 75c Coffee Filter with 3 lbs. Coffee $1.6S 0. J. Th0rs0n & Sons at I Winners at the Walsh 'County Mid-Winter Fair i SMALL (;RAINS Dent corn: be In l--David Hylden. Park River 2---.L. Douglas Co.. Park River 3--S.-lt. Oen, Park River 4---Frank Olsen. Park River Flint corn: ii; l--J. A. Harris. Park River 2.--IT, G Hurtt. Hoople . 3 ( V. Novak. Pisek S.  4-:k,bert Ferguson. Park River ' 5---S. H. Oen. Park River Marquis wheat: versed l---Gorder Farms. Park River "to an- 2--6 W. Morn. Park River :-Olaf Larson. Park River Would like 4--Oia[ Larson. Park River and .--David Ford. Park River so "ma:/y Ceres wheat: l--Clarence Guarder, Park River 2--David Hylden, Park River 3Johnson Bros., Nash antagonism 4--Joe Thompson. Grafton and de- 5--J. A. Harris. Park River gen- Any other spring wheat: 1--Chris. Mldgarden. Hoople of sec- 2--Frank Drevecky, Admns of: 3--K. N, BJorndahi. Edinburg of the 4--John Dtevecky, Adams l the re-. 5--Joe Thompson. Glafton ; Durum wheat: happiness, lF. M. Hewitt, Minto heart, ta), 2--Wm. A. Little, Park River So a t 3--Art Trovatten. Park River Ohristlanl 4--Charles Ramsey. Park River is its an- 5-John Trygg, Park River displayed Oats: 1--John Drevecky. Pisek 2--0. W. Moen. Park River 3---John Drevecky, Adams and 4--4larence Guarder, Park River te, S--E. E Hanson, Orafton Rye: lHalvor Lien, Grafton their lives 2--Steve F. Novak. Plsek 6f course. ', 3---A. Ji(.,lski. Anburn con- Barley: guilt, f-David Hylden, Park River 2--John Drevecky, Adams and merL aJohn Dreveeky, Pisek 4--Angus Bell. Park River Flax: l--Davld Hylden, Park River reminded 2--John Donnelly & Son. Grafton I at- 3--Art Trovatten. Park River :the Lutheran 4---(3, W..Morn. Park River took 5--Art Swanson. Hoople FEED AND II.AGE on Oolgotha ll Christian ,Alfalfa seed: 2--Al Mldgarden, Oral'ton and be Sweet Clover see/l: 1--Albert lrguson, Park Rive re- sought for- 2.W.S. Eikenberry, Park PAver the ]Lord 3---Frank Olson, Pilk River 4--David Ford, Park River ,%ifaifa llay: a beautiful 1--Chester Tloml')son. Park River Mkdgarden, Grafton ideal Trovattm. Park River J. Cudmore, Park River eros& fee, weet Clover "Hay. l--James K. Shaw. Park River mental and Dhysi- 2.--James K. Shaw. Park River OUt of Gethsemane. ilage: he gave utter- l---Claarder Farms. Park River 2A. J. Cudmore, Park River atzainm 3--hl Midgarden. Grafton betrayed 4-John Harris. Park River FOR BST POTATOES them. for they Cobblers spuds: do,'{ was his IA. A. Hornbaker. Cavalier Anti he had 2--W, S. Eikenberry, Orafton his fellow suf- 3.--J. P;, Everson. Edinburg 4--Joe Thompson. Grafton today 5--L. Douglas Co.. Park River Early Chios: l--W. S. ,Eikenberry. Grafton discussion 2---ti. H. Stenerson, Edtnburg a stand* 3-I. E. Evenson. Edinburg that all pro- 4-- Clarence Gaarder. Park River 5--Art Swanson. Hoople SOU1 . '"No '! riu{phs: is not fit to 1--.Chris. Midgarden, Grafton doctrlue, 2--O Atsmld. Hoople as even a a--Harris &-Rob, bie. (.avaller it. 4---Joe Thpmpson, Grafton  .... 5-L Douglas Co., Park River Rev Strandjord has Other Variety Spuds: the diseusison going 1--John Dreveckv, Adams ou,' newspapers about 2---L. Douglas Co., Park River r he 3--Steve F. Novak Pisek sermon l.tst Stinday  4--John Drevecky, Adams evil. Such Elise and Mrs. James Bruce had in play ndisix young ladies at,her home Monday wllen introduced and passed in that afternon, tained Mr. and Mrs. Pat health or in illness, in joy  evening. Needlework was the past- body, another instance of concern over Guests for three tables were present. Mr. and Mrs. Cuss Gates, Mr. and in sports and in business, time. The hostess served refreslt- piffling matters to screen issues of ,rs. F E. Weed winning high score'r,,rs. Peter Kenney, ,rs. Norman Mc , home and in the world, ments at the close of the evening. eal moment, honors, The hostess assisted by her lPherson. Mrs, Leonard and Mrs. Re-  ..... What the bill was designed t do daughters Joyce and Harriett served bert Kerr Of Fairdale at a 1 o'cloC was set up a fund with the money ob- a delicious dinner at six o clock, dinner on Sunday. Barle) tained from the licensing of dogs to Oat repay owners of sheep for depreda- #" .... ---- Rye tions eonnnitted by dogs It would Flax have obligated farmers to keep dogs within doors aL night, and otherwise iltutter ,,nl)os(-cl ,'e,t:'icLions on (logs. Natur- 10 " " " WHITE ..... HOLLAND TIIRKEYS :ally, on such pro0osal, there ,,,-as dl- -- "--,000 Rabbits and Rabbit Skins ] 00lnd anin,o00., b,:ed b00twoon Before Spring I ,7ormg" lien farm(,rs themselves. Your corresoon~ 1 & 2---John Del'vecky. Norton dent has no dwelt n:ucb on he do .lar Old Hen: bill tbrou=h conviction ! would come  We Pay ltiest Cash Prices f0r Both Als0 for Furs and Hides ][ r l.r 2--Jotln Drevecky, Nortoll t.o all mlti:nely ol!d ill t!le holt'.O. Alld "  itIar Young Tom: it did  BI SUPPLY OF FLESH FISH ON NAIID  !r.io. f-John Drevecky, Norton ..... I Ole L Neste s Cream Station ] Q NARROW GANZETTE TURKEYS S,},r:) tIalniitoC! :niH alld elevtt-  . I... Old Tom: tor biIl. Mated to come 't" "Fhursdav. a 1  2---Mrs. Ole (l'oven. ttOol)le \\;vq. IIIOV0( iol'wftrd to tt::' eonlirl! Old Hens: )':o.(lav February :'5th. Tlis bill is 1 & 3--Mrs. (lie Groven. IIoople n:eant to SUl)ersde hosc bJ!l No. 10, - -:=:7_" Young Hens: {,he ,,:1l,:! rail! eo,llmi:<'!on issue in .1. -: = : " @ 1. 2. and 3"--Mrs O1,, Groven ttoo- the late o!ae:on v.here;.z: tile 1VA : pie ,)romi:,._i . ,,,.,,, ihose it:dtl:{trie:; over ,I. BOI:RBON RED TURKEYS N rn the i c,: '. ,, ,'" P:zm::'r a l.,c:t,ue ,> "t oug' Tom: 2--Mrs. W. I-1. Lewis. Park River l'OUllg" Hen: 2---1VIrs. W. 1-1. Lewis Park Iiver BLUE SL&TE TIJRKKEI'S "oung Tom: 1 & 2---Borghild Braer. Hoopte Young Hens: 1 3z 2--Borghild Brager. HoopK' . Geese Toulouse: 1 Male, & 1 Femalc-Charles Bat-s. mill manager as proposed to give tht Park River mill commission, with instructions to Ducks Pekin: . report the mlrs condition quarterly I Male & 1 Female--Vera &nder- and providing for the regular semi- son. Hoople vnnual audit by State Auditor Steen's Guenia Hens: department. Not s fair-minded per- i Cock bird: l--Steve F. Novak, Pi-lson in the state but will agree this is , sek .... .... the businesslike manner In hich to Capons: . make a success of the mill. Were the ! 1 & 2Bill Bromboro. Park River imill passed over to the Minneapoli , White Rocks: t millers, that is precisely what they Cock: l--Arnold Haas. Park River  would do, place a manager in full Hen: 1 & 2--Arnold Haas. Park ', vuthority and "let him go to it.' re- River tallied if he proved capable and re- Cockerel: I p!aced if he did not demonstrate abil- 1, 2. & 3--Arnold Haas. Park River tty. The eonclusmn it would be good Pullet: business to entrust the industries to 1 & 2--Win. A. Liddle. Park River tile mill manager, unhampered by a I 3---W. A. Younz Park River ]commission or other intermediaries, is i Barred Rocks: , food lo'ic antl inescapable. And it 4* Cock: 1 & 2---Mrs. Mandus Hult- would be good business; by saving in;. strand. Milton !cverhe,d the salaries (,I" the mill corn-:.I, 3ArneI, Weinlaeder. Grafton mission, its secretary and corps ot;, I! en: ila 1Ol [( }." '! t!'c c )mO!L<i . witll Shtfer a-cloctin the .X\\;'O Ida,'.llCI'5 t? ,,. "I'h'{ t!'i p',i1! e; l!!::iF"'Oil )1111 i e, + l'aor, ly : -.lfl>l:'r':'iltT' l>v ,'.!lie}! hc ip- dlut!-ioc; r, : i)e ":'11  :!':Od /:Pqcr ('o%- cr is ff(?l,,i,l;, ro('o'_;i:ee,q by botl ,t- Leaguers ald [VA. lnd openly sl)okt'll /, o{ here in lhat strata. .1. Tile Ha;:!!tol )la_ is a strat,,-!tout *4"- proposal to ive uil autl,.orlty m tile -I, Get Your Farm Tools Ready Spring Work Days Will Soon Be Here It is a wise farmer thathas all of his farm tools and equipment ready for use a little before the time of actual need. You will find this store just the rilht place to buy such thinds. CRESENT PATTERN WRENCHES 6 inch 49c & inch 60c I0 inch 80c 12 inch 99c Steel Wrench Sockets IOc each OLSON aides he would employ. And it mu.,t. ,I- 1--Arnei Weinlaeder. Grafton be remembered this mill manager will  Hardware and Harness Pullet: be an al)pointee of C, overnor Shafer's!*Io l & 3---Mrs Mandus Hultstrand to be eontinled or diseharccd a; !" " g'"":":'" Milton Sharer sees fit, The:'e is not a weak I 2---Arnet Weinlaeder. Orafton spot in the )!an and i! r',!e<tion by [ BARRED ROCKKS the IVA will tbsolutelv bt re'eel of Cockerels: the oft-repeated charge the mill coln- I ndssion proposal is one t.o evade the 1 1 & 2---Mrs. 1V[andus Hull, strand. 1 Milton .governor's responsibility and permit 3--P. O. Thompson, Hoople RHODE ISLAND REDS Pullet: 2--Nick Rinde. Hoople 3--Billie KenneyPark River WHITE WT'ANDOTTES ('oek: I--.. A. 8turk. Grafton 2--Seymore Starkson. lordvle Hen: of the industries being sabotaged un- der cover. In short. "baloney." The prospect ms it looms at tht time is the Hamilton btll will pass the senate by the full vote of the 20 Legue senatorr. ,,'3 on? .gro i d- ceived by the claim there are two League senators who will betray their trust by voting with the IVA against the Hamilton bill. What the IVA then I--C. A. Stark, Orafton 2 & 3--Scymore Starkson. vllle Cockerel: r: l--C. . stark. Grafton 2 & 3--Scymore Starkson. Ford- ,rifle P,:llet: "' " I & 2--C. A, Stark. Grafton VIIITE LEfIHORN,g Pullets: I. 2 & 3-.Ctarlte Drevecky, Adams (ck: :'--Chnrlie Drevecky. Adams WIIITE ORPINGTONS it,ope to do is to defeat the ttamilton Ford-ibill in Mr. Twiehell's house. Then. by deleting the mill eomml,ion llouse bill of the obtoxious auditor and con- ferring on the mill commi.sion auth- ority to name i*-s own ,,;ecretary, they hope to pass it in the senate. Should this situation wrise, the Lea- gners in turn hope there are no Lea- a'ue senator:; who will permit tile gov- ernor end his cohort to escape full responsibility of t!e lnill after having bee,., given opportunity to aeeep of the one businrss-like way for the nLill's conduct. We shall see. Ifens: , Apparently unexpected was the sen-, l--Mrs. Tonnes Ivesdahl. Gral'ton fate'.  eeeotion of the Bon:er bill for ,, 2--Mrs Ole Brager. Hoople I a one-mm highway commission, pass- Cock: ted 44 to 5. This was on February l--.Mrs, Tonnes Ivesdahl, Grafton ]P0th. As explained by Mr. Bonzer his Pullet: plan has merit. 1 & 3--Mrs. Oscar Berg. Hoople One commissioner wouhi be ap- 2--M. Ole Brager, Hoople !pointed, a,n expert on road work and Cockereh , t.n the purchase of road machinery. lMrs, Ole Brager, Hoople the would be the virtual dictator of 2Mrs_ Oscm' Berg, Hoople [the entire state's highway department. 3--Mrs. Tonnes rvesdahl. Grafton When it tame to making purchases BUFF ORPIGTONS i er entering into contracts, this would C:k: thave to be done in tile prcnce and 1--Oscar Midboe HooDle 133" the consent of the governor and lien: l state auditor. He could, however, tnl 1--Oar Midboe, Hoople , an emergency, make purchases whe I 2 & 3--Mrs. Theodore Grovum,] the sum entailed is not more than! Spe( ial s ===For==- Mid-Winter Fair Week \\; SPECIAL 69c Hersheys Cocoa Per Tin 17c Swansdown Cake Flour Per Pkg. 31 Mothers Chinaware 0ats Two Lge. Pkgs. 69c M0rtens Salt Per pkg. 12c Laundry Soap Ten bars 37 that debate. 5--Joe Thompson. Grxfton Hoople $3,000 Wherein the governor and discussion. Does. Chris Midgarden won the silver. Cockerel: weepstakes cup for Dotatoes. Ga- 2--Mrs. ThroWer9 Grin, urn. Hoople harvest der Farms won the silver eepstakes 3--Carol Grinud. Hoople i cup for Marquis wheat. short. VEGETABLES F Fierd Peas: 1 .  2--A, F. (}illesple, Park River Buckwhea t: in, the belief 1--A. F. Oillespie. Park River ,,,,, 2Alex Parke. Park River hppi- 3---J. J. Kadlec, Pisek 4--Wheat Growers, Pik Pop Corn: 2--Beatrice Novak, Pisek less popu- " ltllet: lxappi- 2--David Ford, Park River 2--Joe Reeson. Park River As al be- POULTRY DEPARTMENT ;is not a station-1 BRONZE TURKKEYS , Old Tom: l--Mrs. Mandus Hultstrand. Milton 2-Mrs. OAr Brager, Hoople Oscar Berg, Hoople I l--.]t/Lrs, Ole Brager, Hoople ] . Mandus Hultstrand, MfltOlXi Momerak, Pat River klr true When this ( be the of Ole Brger, Hoople Tonnes Ivesdahl, Graft 3--Mrs Tonneg Ivesdahl, Graftol You Hen: lMrs. ,Ole Brager, Hoople 2--Mrs. Ole Br.ge, H0olfle 3Mrs. Oscar Berg, HooDle state auditor "sit in" Is censtrued by Mr, Bonzer his bill is really a three- man commission. i PuUet: Whether the Bonzer bill Will meet l--.Osear MIdboe, Hoople )with the approval of House Boss Twl- 2--Adeline McIntyre, Park River i chells' and if it can pass the house ............ : ......... :deplte Twiehe!l's opposition, is a LEGISLATIVE NEWS :mattes- of conjecture at this tinge. By Dave Lar  modified bill providing for a A bill of large imlmrt to farmers,' bureau of criminal identification, has senate bill No. 5'I. Intlduced by Sen-[been received with favor in the house. !ator Patterson, passed the senate ,291It will be recalled that Represents. to 16 on Thursday. Febz-aary 21. As tire Hornet of Cass was the author ,eY a bill of somewhat tile same char- ] drawn origlnaly, Mr. Patterson would have placed the legal rate of interest actor and that measure was killed. at 7 per cent. but was obliged in corn- The present one is less drastic and mittee to comp0mise at , o(,'r ent. seems to meet with but little opposl- This is one of tle few bills in this tion. It is cnerally recognized that  session of the legislature designed to yo]ne blroal or department of this eneflt farming and farmers nature has become a necessity because l II. is anticiDatM the bauki frater-of ehangesl methods of communica, i nity, with Boss Twichell's aid. will ' ,n nnd ra,ve]. lage a terrfle effort to defeat-thls - .......... : bill in the house, with what succes i Lamps for giving a man asyzetic I rnains to be seen. Twichell has sus-tcoat of tat without the necessity of i rained several reversals of late, ant going into the great outdoors have it is not assuming too optiaistic a tbeen perfected. These wlfl be fine for view to assert a really meritarius bill the boys who get all their exercise at of this sort may lmss despite his OD- the seashore playing poker. position. We used to be a great deal concern- The ,called dog bill, that would ed about the rights of" the minority have imposed a state licerme of $I n but now that he minoriy is orga,zed male dotm and $2 on female dogs, was for shotting and propagandising we defeated in the house last Thtmdy think t's'--ut -- -- -- }  time to beCOme con- by a record vote of 55 to 52 Thls oerned about the ri ......... bill occupied a lee of time ad |n- it)-. 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