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MER VACATION ENJOY IT NEXT WINTER IN SNAPSHOTS YOU TAKE TODAY Buy your films here-- Leave 'em here--- Year RATES $2.00 --$3.5O WALSH COUNTY PRESS COUNTY PRE00 PARK RIVER, WALSH COUNt, NORTH DAKOTA• THURSDAY. JULY 25, 1929. , UMBER 15. RIVER ALL SET FOR CREAMERY OPENING -_ ess, Nye, Nitchen and Taintor Are the Speakers CHURNED BUTTER With Speak- Concerts, in EVening PARK RIVER'S NEW COOPERATIVE CREAMERY Burtness of th. complete the great cele. River Friday With the offi Cmlden Valley COncern own- and fi- faru/ers in The com- in connecting I time to make v Weeks 1 . attempting to take care of the .rowd ssu.: it is advised that those who convenl- United! ently can take their picnic lunch with • Nye will b them• of Agrl- Kitchen: J. JOHN BURES TAKES OVER for Walsh' CASH GROCERY & MARKET of the Walsn ald Training Former Successful Lankin Merchant at the afte.'- Purchases Local Store From Park. L.M. • Flugekvam !%11 Swing GOlden Valley John Bures. until recently one of the] Operation last leading merchants of Lankin, has en- has been go- tered the active business field "again to and purchased the Park River Cash Up till Grocery and Meat Market from L. M. the cream.. I Flugekvam. ,Mr. Bures will continue farmers of this I the business under the same name. gallons Mr. and Mrs. BaRes have already da--s av r moved to Park River with their little y• e - " red allonsl son. They will live in an apartment t was n0 Ime ,mre.. " ................. institution i Mr. Flugekvam, who s*arted the [ business a short time ago, has not[ a daily sup- made any announcement as to. hls [ gallons from plans for the future. He expects tol Will, he says stay on in Park River. [ a good start -- I LANGDON GIRL KILLED IN I the new CAR CRASH ON ROAD over 409 first pound of lVrl- Edythe Greene. aged 18. of of at Langdon was killed and Miss Marion Ullyott al.so of Langdon was serious-, had Contesl I ' ' " 'y injured when the automobile !nl which they were riding with Gottlihl has charge of' Connection with Herber of Alsen sruck' a stalled truck I has 'everything owned by John Wild of Osnabrock I about seven miles south of Langdon I tournaments[ at 10:30 o'clock Friday night• I from a] Mr. W.ild had run out of gasoline I City Park.  and had left his truck on the side cf[ for prices the road while he went to get a sup.] program, ply.  [ band has Mr. Herber was only slightly inJu-' other ed His car an Essex. was wrecked. for is a Miss Greene is believed to have bee,.: Civic and killed instantly• Miss Ullyott, at firs the auspices believed to be in a critical condition. are man- was taken to her home where it was reported later that her condition wa lhe Evening not serious 'as had been thought. prices fo: Miss Greene was a pupil in the With them Langdon high school• She was the are enumerated daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Greene and carried was born. and rais,d in Langdon. Will be a big Mrs. A. C. Steindorf of Luck, Wls, I School an. a daughter of Mrs .Johanna McIn- 1 the largest tyre came Saturday to spend a week I Will be fur- with her mother. Mrs. Steindorf drove I a si," by way of International Falls, Minn , and brought her brother George, who Ge'neral is employed there with her to see information their mother and brother Ed, who in the have been very poorly for the past whether few weeks. From here they will driw home by way of Bemidji, Minn. The- from is four years in succession that lro. Ca- Steindorf has made this trip up frem and Grand Wisconsin to see h'e mther and brother. Photo by Hultstrand # STOPSIGNS NOW GOVERN BOY SERIOUSLY INJURED APPROACHES TO NO. Ir WHEN THROWN BY HORSE 1 MAyor Robertson Urges Strict Oh" Harvey McCutcha Victim of Aeci- servance of Twenty Mile Speed ! dent While Playing tt Horseback Limit Within City , Riding With Sister I All streets of the city leading into, Harvey McCutchan, six years ol.l. Highway No. 17 have designate as was seriously injured when a horse he "stop" streets by the state highway was riding got scared and started to comnslon. I run away. The boy was thrown from The speed limit on No. 17, throug.!the horse• kicked by the horse in the Park River. has been placed by th.] fall and then run over by a mower. City at 20 miles. "It is hoped that H little sister, who was with him, all auto drovers will pay attentmn to I es,ped with minor bruises. both the speed limit and stop signs. I The accident happened on Theo- and thus save trouble as well aldore Jenson's farm• the old John Me- money for themselves,' says Mayor Eachern farm south-east of Park Ri- J. D. Robertson. "The loss of aver. few seconds of time "might be thel Harvey was immediately brought o means of saving a human life/" ark River where Dr. F. E. Weed Rest Room The Chief of Police has received say that strict orders to nforee the highway[ ael: busy speed limit and stop signs on the l ....  man m City streets leading into No. 17. So, *ors maz here is some good advice: Kindly at- t )r°m, and .it range to pay if you cannot observe the! will maze. law as the highway commission insist I tween pro- on strict observance. se.e free col- Willis Watson of Omemee motored OclOck in the i here ' Sunday to visit his wife and] l restaurant slbaby who are visiting at the J. J. capacity in Kohnen home. VITAPHONE INSTALITION COMPLETED AT THE LYRIC l,ecal Theatre Managers Receive Muc,t Praise After Trial Presentation of First "Talkies" The finishing touches to the instal- lation of the machinery for he talk- ing movies at the Lyric Theatre was made last night, and the Vitaphone [ maser piece. "Weary River", with Richard" Barthelmes and Betty SMALL GRAIN AND POTATOES DOING WELL IN WALSH COUNTY Music by Harry FletCher and his 8-Piece Roseland Dance Garden Ball Room Band Compson in the stellar roles. The trial run was very successful and th owners of the theatre, Will McEachern md Fred Walstrom, were the recipients of many laudable com- ments. "Weary River" will be shown here for the balance of thi week with two presnta.¢ions every evening and a ecial matinee Friday afternoon a four o'clock for the benefit of visitors to the big Golden Valley Creamery celebration• CEBTIFDED POTATOES ARE IN BEST DEMAND inter- Disant buyers of potatoes axe ested in the quality of seed for which they contract and particularly in its reedom from disease, according to Dean H. L. Bolley, pure seed commis- sioner. North Dkota Agricultural college. North Dakota growers ane commercial buyers are also insistent that there be careful inspection and certification of potatoes. To satisfy this demand North Dakota has estab- lished official registration and certi- fication work under the supervision of seed laboratory. A recent revision of Circular ", Potatoes, Registration and Certiflca-, tion for Seed in North Dakota, is now available at the publication depart- ment of the college. In the circular Pure Seed Specialist Long Optimistl as to Season's Outlook After Tour of Territory ti. D. Long, pure seed specialist for the Northeas branch pure seed la WHEAT GROWERS WIDEN SCOPE OF POOL ACTIVITIES boratory, is now making the officia [ inspection of potato and seed grain Name Chaged to Include Montav fields for state crttflcation` Mr I Wheat Growers, Duis Boosst For Long's territory comprises Oran I New Farm Relief Bill Forks. Walsh and Pembina counties. He reports a decrease in applica tions for potato certification, but a Action tending to widen the large increase m small seds certifi of the North Dakota Wheat Growers . tion. Association was taken by members of Inspection is completed in the Lan the organization when the eighth an# kin district. First inspection of pc- nual membership meeting took place. tatoes are nearly furnished in the A ropresentative attendance from all Edinburg, Hoople and Nash territories. I pats of Noth Dakota and Montant took place. A representative attend- Potato prospects are especially good in the Edinburg district, and above ance from all prts of North Dart4t last year around Hoople, Nash and [ and Montana took part in the sllo " whlch were held in Grand Forks. Park River. Mid{arden Bros., Jos. Thompsonll Articles of incorporation of the U- . the DonneUy's and others have ex, l .ociation were changed as to include ellent crops of small grains and poW handling of flax and other  in ', tatoes, addition to wheat• The beet crop is making fine pr" Membership in the Wheat Pool no totals 27.,658, an inrease of more than gress at present. 5.000 over last year, it was stated by A. J. Scott. secretary, in his annual WALSH COUNTY BOYS & GIRLS report to the members. Geo. E. buts. MAKE FINE EXHIBITS president, and R. L. Taft, cashier, addressed the members on federal Livestock and sewing exhibits made farm legislation and its effect on at the Grand Forks Fair by members northwest co-operative groups. of Welsh County Boys and Girls clubs Name Changed won a large number of prizes at the (rand Forks State Fair. held during The organization will be known as t-  k the "North Dakota-Montana Wheat; ne pas wee . . . Paiti " r redit is due t-e Grafton [ Growers Assocmtion in the future, • cula e • n - Calf Club which exhibited 10 Hol. t the members d'eciding unanimously t( ,o, ,' , nder the l,4ershin of, make this change in respect to the A. B. Thompson, and-the Walshville large mmbership which the organi- Pig club. which exhlbibed 10 pigs an-. rove him first aid treatment axm der the leadership of Mrs. Beenlah in fton where he. continued the Adams. under the direction of Mrs. fight to save the boy's life, althoug'a CaY1 Bergland, and the clothing club holding out little hope for his recov, in Walshville'township under the d- cry. rctton of Miss Anna Shane. The left side of the boy's head was Boys and girls club menbers from scalped and the eyelid torn off. O: Walsh County won the following rib- he right side of the head he had • bon and cash prizes: 1 Grand Chain. depressed fracture in the back besides )ion ribbon. 7 first premium ribbon-'. numerous bruises on the body. He was 5 second premium ribbons. 5 third still living late last night, premium ribbons. 4 fourth premium Harvey McCutchan was with hL- ribbons. 3 fifth premium _ribbons,. 1 mother visiting  the Jenson fsxm. sixth premium ribbon. 1 seventh pre- The McCutchan's are from St. Paul mium ribbon, as well as other prizes• where the father is a mail clerk• Boys and girls exhibiting at the Grand Forks Fair included the f011ow- NASH FARMERS IIAVE OATS Ing: Ralph Boone. Bay Boone, Rut YIELDING 110 BUSHELS Eikenbcrry, Bruce Eikenberry, Mon- t, elle Boone, C-orden Thompson• Elsie Twentieth Century Oats Is not. How- Thompson, Ivan Hegraness, Phillip • "  " r ever, A Cross Wth Sweet Cloe, i Hegraness. Chester Thompson. Cur- Says H. D. Long ]tis Jamieson, H Jamieson, Roy[ T::eetdnD!? ;'L/fN/si!! Shane,[ Allen Baye. R. Jamles n. I Wesley Jamieson. Arnold Tillett. Har-i old Durkin, Cvril Robinson, Alma • . Grove. Evelyn Eastvold, Devina Bergs- seed specialist, to yield not ,,less ,h . man, Inga Grove, Helen Thompson, 110 bushels per acre on a 3-acre Lois Durand. seed plot. I The total premiums won by these ducts based on a fair return on your These oats were oiginally advertis- exhibitors was $125.25. labor and investment. ed as being a cross between sweet A demonstration team composed of I Government Will Aid clover and oats, which of course, s Enid Everson and Agnetta Hagen or ,_ ......... f" 1 took art in the irls 'o no tmn nat you atone can botanically an impossible cross. 'ra on., a.so . P. .__ g, I speculate and control a market In However, the variety seems to have oemonsrxauon cones "me wa,.n hich th " " • "" " -- " " --rk  w ere are millions ' of selier some merit to back the yields adver- County exhibits a me orana a . n • " f A B Thom- /a d but few buyers If you are goirg Fair were m cnarge o " " P' to meet "" " tised for it has a thick stem and more son and E J Talnm.--r / cms condition, it can ord be than double the number of oats over .... " L ........................  done by cooperation rand when you do '{I Tne ttlversme homemakers cmu .)T, other v%rtetles. " , wamn ...... Co:uny ............. nau a nomemaer "/ that, ,o,, ,, h  --in an.honest, intelligent4t.h ,.,.,way' the. booth at the Grand Forks Fair, g'ver'n:='ta ":ns,,ac'Y°'-_ _ __ ______"',"e;;: club C.-E. Birder, who is a teacher of which was in charge of Mrs. Percy I pe iun na .I._ Y Dramatics at the University of Mln- necessary way so cna you may se • neapolis, broadcasted from the K. S. Donnelly, Mrs. Harold Johnson an: T. last Thursday evening. He was Mrs. Ralph Bone. Monday,July 29 zatlon has in Montana. Operations were extended- to Montana in 1926. ?nflrmation of the recently elect- 'ed directors in the ten odd numbeve:! districts completed the work of the members. All officers were re-elected and 19 of the 20 directors were pre- sent. Mr. Dais' Talk "Let us not be deeeived." Mr. Duia said in his address, "by the propag- ganda circulted by interests inmical to agriculture as to the worthlessness of this farm legislation. I maintain that the legislation enacted is of vital impertance that it will bring prosper- ity to the farm again. "It will Increase the value of YOpr land a, nd your holdings, it will make the farm home a better place to live. It will bring hapine and prosper- ity to agriculture. "I say, congress and the presiden have paid their d,ebt to agriculture. In so doing, a request t]as been that you and every other producer unite 'in forming an association th.t will be able to orderly market and determine, in a large measure, the price you shall receive for 7ofir pro- by the Finest Orchestra in the state cure a fair rbturn for your efforts. 1 "Our organization," Mr. Dt., sad, also a guest soloist with the SYmphony Dr. and Mrs. Vincent O'Brien and "we must redouble our efforts in ouc orchestra Sunday evening, His many Park River friends were pleased t ' little daughter arrived by mot5- own behalf but, in addition to tht. Thursday from Chicago to visit tjwe will have a ympathetic and loyal hear his voice again, the home of the Dotor's parents, Mr. friend in the federal farm beard tha. and Mrs. Pat O'Brien and other re- zs now established at Washington. R. E. Kelner of Crystal has been latives. That is one great agency which we are all the rulings, requirements anq engaged by the Farmers Elevator have failed te have with us hereto- essential steps for a grower of pbt- I here for the coming year. Mr. Kel. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. LultJen and Mr. fore. I hope that every farmer in toes W procure registration and certI- net is an experienced Grain man and and Mrs, G. Mauritson left Tuesday North Dakota and Montana may haw fication of his crop. comes well recommended. He ex- morning for Viinot to attend the Ie- the good judgment to whole-hearted- ere as soon - d Mrs E ...... pects to move his family h gion and Auxiliary convention as ly back our efforts and establish in, . r. an _ . _ume tsanaerson an.a as he can cure a house. I deleuates from Paul Farup Post of dependence for themselves by eontro- aaugner rene, Henry and Minme   v • • ies Aid will me t "Park River. ling the product which they produce Sanderson former residents of Park The Lutheran Lad e  II-. ,- .... h,l,,, c¢,,,o+ton" • rs Wed  ------" , , ,,v,,,.- .. --- • River were guests of their brother- m the church Parlo nesday af ....... • 31 The hoste Ernest Aim ana oonn honse oi in-law and sister Mr and Mrs D P [ ernoon July . sses will .................... . .... Mr and Mrs F K Saulding of Bruce the past week THey left "oil[be Mrs. Sigrud Oen, .Mrs. Martin anuo s_n :#unuay a new,parnlr,o motored" here" Satda.v MX. " Mrs Thom nomes nere -  v Monday for their homes at Willlston. IIaugen and • as eversov. • ....... " -- Miss C. Mmotored to Everybody cordi,.lly invited. Mi's. Emmery of Northwood niece of { 'i rl?3 foTU:aoYnger: Red Lake Falls Sunday to visit her, L. Chapm was a btlsiness vtslto, home after spending two weeks at the' sit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. parents. She returnet Monday. fin Devils Lake Friday and Saturday. Bruce home. i Overbe. Park Biver o.o,,o at and dance to the music MER VACATION ENJOY IT NEXT WINTER IN SNAPSHOTS YOU TAKE TODAY Buy your films here-- Leave 'em here--- Year RATES $2.00 --$3.5O WALSH COUNTY PRESS COUNTY PRE00 PARK RIVER, WALSH COUNt, NORTH DAKOTA• THURSDAY. JULY 25, 1929. , UMBER 15. RIVER ALL SET FOR CREAMERY OPENING -_ ess, Nye, Nitchen and Taintor Are the Speakers CHURNED BUTTER With Speak- Concerts, in EVening PARK RIVER'S NEW COOPERATIVE CREAMERY Burtness of th. complete the great cele. River Friday With the offi Cmlden Valley COncern own- and fi- faru/ers in The com- in connecting I time to make v Weeks 1 . attempting to take care of the .rowd ssu.: it is advised that those who convenl- United! ently can take their picnic lunch with • Nye will b them• of Agrl- Kitchen: J. JOHN BURES TAKES OVER for Walsh' CASH GROCERY & MARKET of the Walsn ald Training Former Successful Lankin Merchant at the afte.'- Purchases Local Store From Park. L.M. • Flugekvam !%11 Swing GOlden Valley John Bures. until recently one of the] Operation last leading merchants of Lankin, has en- has been go- tered the active business field "again to and purchased the Park River Cash Up till Grocery and Meat Market from L. M. the cream.. I Flugekvam. ,Mr. Bures will continue farmers of this I the business under the same name. gallons Mr. and Mrs. BaRes have already da--s av r moved to Park River with their little y• e - " red allonsl son. They will live in an apartment t was n0 Ime ,mre.. " ................. institution i Mr. Flugekvam, who s*arted the [ business a short time ago, has not[ a daily sup- made any announcement as to. hls [ gallons from plans for the future. He expects tol Will, he says stay on in Park River. [ a good start -- I LANGDON GIRL KILLED IN I the new CAR CRASH ON ROAD over 409 first pound of lVrl- Edythe Greene. aged 18. of of at Langdon was killed and Miss Marion Ullyott al.so of Langdon was serious-, had Contesl I ' ' " 'y injured when the automobile !nl which they were riding with Gottlihl has charge of' Connection with Herber of Alsen sruck' a stalled truck I has 'everything owned by John Wild of Osnabrock I about seven miles south of Langdon I tournaments[ at 10:30 o'clock Friday night• I from a] Mr. W.ild had run out of gasoline I City Park.  and had left his truck on the side cf[ for prices the road while he went to get a sup.] program, ply.  [ band has Mr. Herber was only slightly inJu-' other ed His car an Essex. was wrecked. for is a Miss Greene is believed to have bee,.: Civic and killed instantly• Miss Ullyott, at firs the auspices believed to be in a critical condition. are man- was taken to her home where it was reported later that her condition wa lhe Evening not serious 'as had been thought. prices fo: Miss Greene was a pupil in the With them Langdon high school• She was the are enumerated daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Greene and carried was born. and rais,d in Langdon. Will be a big Mrs. A. C. Steindorf of Luck, Wls, I School an. a daughter of Mrs .Johanna McIn- 1 the largest tyre came Saturday to spend a week I Will be fur- with her mother. Mrs. Steindorf drove I a si," by way of International Falls, Minn , and brought her brother George, who Ge'neral is employed there with her to see information their mother and brother Ed, who in the have been very poorly for the past whether few weeks. From here they will driw home by way of Bemidji, Minn. The- from is four years in succession that lro. Ca- Steindorf has made this trip up frem and Grand Wisconsin to see h'e mther and brother. Photo by Hultstrand # STOPSIGNS NOW GOVERN BOY SERIOUSLY INJURED APPROACHES TO NO. Ir WHEN THROWN BY HORSE 1 MAyor Robertson Urges Strict Oh" Harvey McCutcha Victim of Aeci- servance of Twenty Mile Speed ! dent While Playing tt Horseback Limit Within City , Riding With Sister I All streets of the city leading into, Harvey McCutchan, six years ol.l. Highway No. 17 have designate as was seriously injured when a horse he "stop" streets by the state highway was riding got scared and started to comnslon. I run away. The boy was thrown from The speed limit on No. 17, throug.!the horse• kicked by the horse in the Park River. has been placed by th.] fall and then run over by a mower. City at 20 miles. "It is hoped that H little sister, who was with him, all auto drovers will pay attentmn to I es,ped with minor bruises. both the speed limit and stop signs. I The accident happened on Theo- and thus save trouble as well aldore Jenson's farm• the old John Me- money for themselves,' says Mayor Eachern farm south-east of Park Ri- J. D. Robertson. "The loss of a ver. few seconds of time "might be thel Harvey was immediately brought o means of saving a human life/" ark River where Dr. F. E. Weed Rest Room The Chief of Police has received say that strict orders to nforee the highway[ ael: busy speed limit and stop signs on the l ....  man m City streets leading into No. 17. So, *ors maz here is some good advice: Kindly at- t )r°m, and .it range to pay if you cannot observe the! will maze. law as the highway commission insist I tween pro- on strict observance. se.e free col- Willis Watson of Omemee motored OclOck in the i here ' Sunday to visit his wife and] l restaurant slbaby who are visiting at the J. J. capacity in Kohnen home. VITAPHONE INSTALITION COMPLETED AT THE LYRIC l,ecal Theatre Managers Receive Muc,t Praise After Trial Presentation of First "Talkies" The finishing touches to the instal- lation of the machinery for he talk- ing movies at the Lyric Theatre was made last night, and the Vitaphone [ maser piece. "Weary River", with Richard" Barthelmes and Betty SMALL GRAIN AND POTATOES DOING WELL IN WALSH COUNTY Music by Harry FletCher and his 8-Piece Roseland Dance Garden Ball Room Band Compson in the stellar roles. The trial run was very successful and th owners of the theatre, Will McEachern md Fred Walstrom, were the recipients of many laudable com- ments. "Weary River" will be shown here for the balance of thi week with two presnta.¢ions every evening and a ecial matinee Friday afternoon a four o'clock for the benefit of visitors to the big Golden Valley Creamery celebration• CEBTIFDED POTATOES ARE IN BEST DEMAND inter- Disant buyers of potatoes axe ested in the quality of seed for which they contract and particularly in its reedom from disease, according to Dean H. L. Bolley, pure seed commis- sioner. North Dkota Agricultural college. North Dakota growers ane commercial buyers are also insistent that there be careful inspection and certification of potatoes. To satisfy this demand North Dakota has estab- lished official registration and certi- fication work under the supervision of seed laboratory. A recent revision of Circular ", Potatoes, Registration and Certiflca-, tion for Seed in North Dakota, is now available at the publication depart- ment of the college. In the circular Pure Seed Specialist Long Optimistl as to Season's Outlook After Tour of Territory ti. D. Long, pure seed specialist for the Northeas branch pure seed la WHEAT GROWERS WIDEN SCOPE OF POOL ACTIVITIES boratory, is now making the officia [ inspection of potato and seed grain Name Chaged to Include Montav fields for state crttflcation` Mr I Wheat Growers, Duis Boosst For Long's territory comprises Oran I New Farm Relief Bill Forks. Walsh and Pembina counties. He reports a decrease in applica tions for potato certification, but a Action tending to widen the large increase m small seds certifi of the North Dakota Wheat Growers . tion. Association was taken by members of Inspection is completed in the Lan the organization when the eighth an# kin district. First inspection of pc- nual membership meeting took place. tatoes are nearly furnished in the A ropresentative attendance from all Edinburg, Hoople and Nash territories. I pats of Noth Dakota and Montant took place. A representative attend- Potato prospects are especially good in the Edinburg district, and above ance from all prts of North Dart4t last year around Hoople, Nash and [ and Montana took part in the sllo " whlch were held in Grand Forks. Park River. Mid{arden Bros., Jos. Thompsonll Articles of incorporation of the U- . the DonneUy's and others have ex, l .ociation were changed as to include ellent crops of small grains and poW handling of flax and other  in ', tatoes, addition to wheat• The beet crop is making fine pr" Membership in the Wheat Pool no totals 27.,658, an inrease of more than gress at present. 5.000 over last year, it was stated by A. J. Scott. secretary, in his annual WALSH COUNTY BOYS & GIRLS report to the members. Geo. E. buts. MAKE FINE EXHIBITS president, and R. L. Taft, cashier, addressed the members on federal Livestock and sewing exhibits made farm legislation and its effect on at the Grand Forks Fair by members northwest co-operative groups. of Welsh County Boys and Girls clubs Name Changed won a large number of prizes at the (rand Forks State Fair. held during The organization will be known as t-  k the "North Dakota-Montana Wheat; ne pas wee . . . Paiti " r redit is due t-e Grafton [ Growers Assocmtion in the future, • cula e • n - Calf Club which exhibited 10 Hol. t the members d'eciding unanimously t( ,o, ,' ,nder the l,4ershin of, make this change in respect to the A. B. Thompson, and-the Walshville large mmbership which the organi- Pig club. which exhlbibed 10 pigs an-. rove him first aid treatment axm der the leadership of Mrs. Beenlah in fton where he. continued the Adams. under the direction of Mrs. fight to save the boy's life, althoug'a CaY1 Bergland, and the clothing club holding out little hope for his recov, in Walshville'township under the d- cry. rctton of Miss Anna Shane. The left side of the boy's head was Boys and girls club menbers from scalped and the eyelid torn off. O: Walsh County won the following rib- he right side of the head he had • bon and cash prizes: 1 Grand Chain. depressed fracture in the back besides )ion ribbon. 7 first premium ribbon-'. numerous bruises on the body. He was 5 second premium ribbons. 5 third still living late last night, premium ribbons. 4 fourth premium Harvey McCutchan was with hL- ribbons. 3 fifth premium _ribbons,. 1 mother visiting  the Jenson fsxm. sixth premium ribbon. 1 seventh pre- The McCutchan's are from St. Paul mium ribbon, as well as other prizes• where the father is a mail clerk• Boys and girls exhibiting at the Grand Forks Fair included the f011ow- NASH FARMERS IIAVE OATS Ing: Ralph Boone. Bay Boone, Rut YIELDING 110 BUSHELS Eikenbcrry, Bruce Eikenberry, Mon- t, elle Boone, C-orden Thompson• Elsie Twentieth Century Oats Is not. How- Thompson, Ivan Hegraness, Phillip • "  " r ever, A Cross Wth Sweet Cloe, i Hegraness. Chester Thompson. Cur- Says H. D. Long ]tis Jamieson, H Jamieson, Roy[ T::eetdnD!? ;'L/fN/si!! Shane,[ Allen Baye. R. Jamles n. I Wesley Jamieson. Arnold Tillett. Har-i old Durkin, Cvril Robinson, Alma • . Grove. Evelyn Eastvold, Devina Bergs- seed specialist, to yield not ,,less ,h . man, Inga Grove, Helen Thompson, 110 bushels per acre on a 3-acre Lois Durand. seed plot. I The total premiums won by these ducts based on a fair return on your These oats were oiginally advertis- exhibitors was $125.25. labor and investment. ed as being a cross between sweet A demonstration team composed of I Government Will Aid clover and oats, which of course, s Enid Everson and Agnetta Hagen or ,_ ......... f" 1 took art in the irls 'o no tmn nat you atone can botanically an impossible cross. 'ra on., a.so . P. .__ g, I speculate and control a market In However, the variety seems to have oemonsrxauon cones "me wa,.n hich th " " • "" " -- " " --rk  w ere are millions ' of selier some merit to back the yields adver- County exhibits a me orana a . n • " f A B Thom- /a d but few buyers If you are goirg Fair were mcnarge o " " P' to meet "" " tised for it has a thick stem and more son and E J Talnm.--r / cms condition, it can ord be than double the number of oats over .... " L ........................  done by cooperation rand when you do '{I Tne ttlversme homemakers cmu .)T, other v%rtetles. " , wamn ...... Co:uny ............. nau a nomemaer "/ that, ,o,, ,, h  --in an.honest, intelligent4t.h ,.,.,way' the. booth at the Grand Forks Fair, g'ver'n:='ta ":ns,,ac'Y°'-_ _ __ ______"',"e;;: club C.-E. Birder, who is a teacher of which was in charge of Mrs. Percy I pe iun na .I._ Y Dramatics at the University of Mln- necessary way so cna you may se • neapolis, broadcasted from the K. S. Donnelly, Mrs. Harold Johnson an: T. last Thursday evening. He was Mrs. Ralph Bone. Monday,July 29 zatlon has in Montana. Operations were extended- to Montana in 1926. ?nflrmation of the recently elect- 'ed directors in the ten odd numbeve:! districts completed the work of the members. All officers were re-elected and 19 of the 20 directors were pre- sent. Mr. Dais' Talk "Let us not be deeeived." Mr. Duia said in his address, "by the propag- ganda circulted by interests inmical to agriculture as to the worthlessness of this farm legislation. I maintain that the legislation enacted is of vital impertance that it will bring prosper- ity to the farm again. "It will Increase the value of YOpr land a, nd your holdings, it will make the farm home a better place to live. It will bring hapine and prosper- ity to agriculture. "I say, congress and the presiden have paid their d,ebt to agriculture. In so doing, a request t]as been that you and every other producer unite 'in forming an association th.t will be able to orderly market and determine, in a large measure, the price you shall receive for 7ofir pro- by the Finest Orchestra in the state cure a fair rbturn for your efforts. 1 "Our organization," Mr. Dt., sad, also a guest soloist with the SYmphony Dr. and Mrs. Vincent O'Brien and "we must redouble our efforts in ouc orchestra Sunday evening, His many Park River friends were pleased t ' little daughter arrived by mot5- own behalf but, in addition to tht. Thursday from Chicago to visit tjwe will have a ympathetic and loyal hear his voice again, the home of the Dotor's parents, Mr. friend in the federal farm beard tha. and Mrs. Pat O'Brien and other re- zs now established at Washington. R. E. Kelner of Crystal has been latives. That is one great agency which we are all the rulings, requirements anq engaged by the Farmers Elevator have failed te have with us hereto- essential steps for a grower of pbt- I here for the coming year. Mr. Kel. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. LultJen and Mr. fore. I hope that every farmer in toes W procure registration and certI- net is an experienced Grain man and and Mrs, G. Mauritson left Tuesday North Dakota and Montana may haw fication of his crop. comes well recommended. He ex- morning for Viinot to attend the Ie- the good judgment to whole-hearted- ere as soon - d Mrs E ...... pects to move his family h gion and Auxiliary convention as ly back our efforts and establish in, . r. an _ . _ume tsanaerson an.a as he can cure a house. I deleuates from Paul Farup Post of dependence for themselves by eontro- aaugner rene, Henry and Minme   v • • ies Aid will me t "Park River. ling the product which they produce Sanderson former residents of Park The Lutheran Lad e  II-. ,- .... h,l,,, c¢,,,o+ton" • rs Wed  ------" , , ,,v,,,.- .. --- • River were guests of their brother- m the church Parlo nesday af ....... • 31 The hoste Ernest Aim ana oonn honse oi in-law and sister Mr and Mrs D P [ ernoon July . sses will .................... . .... Mr and Mrs F K Saulding of Bruce the past week THey left "oil[be Mrs. Sigrud Oen, .Mrs. Martin anuo s_n :#unuay a new,parnlr,o motored" here" Satda.v MX. " Mrs Thom nomes nere -  v Monday for their homes at Willlston. IIaugen and • as eversov. • ....... " -- Miss C. Mmotored to Everybody cordi,.lly invited. Mi's. Emmery of Northwood niece of { 'i rl?3 foTU:aoYnger: Red Lake Falls Sunday to visit her, L. Chapm was a btlsiness vtslto, home after spending two weeks at the' sit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. parents. She returnet Monday. fin Devils Lake Friday and Saturday. Bruce home. i Overbe. Park Biver o.o,,o at and dance to the music