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WALSH COUNTY PRESS . ! !  . IPt 1 :eh*abliclalt:; t wi? Pheomiaed by thelfats? Th&apos;e in--ustrlal ea-----'t Who op I ANOTHE .... ing more difficult and are more dur-pected to Jsn 0unzy rress/ p y it cam-,oses agriculturo 2 butt , iz" I R t,S FOR NEWSPAPERS /:pa.gn. Mr. Hoover declared that, iftdustria I east Who seekS'" -I What is more uscful than a new  able than the old bills, which will Ira- $1,500.000 a y ""   , . . , .. " LO Impose . .,- ESTABLISHED 1883 ]ei:cted.pres,dfnt, - he would devoteh,s! higher cement costs on the farmc-,/paper?. W!:.e!: new, ,t supplies new; prove the sanitary condition of the size. The new '---'--'- o;:;;:e The h cmevemen- ma*The industrial east. Who seeks Loan I cavern;sing that gwe its readers money we handle. 'ent in k'UDllSrleu every Tnursaay in th J . t  e spoke wire smcer-]tur n present farm rc]iel session int, es'enrml m:ormation. When old, It s ] -- Fress Building, Park River, North Da. ity is beyond dispute, tie called a a session" (i.-signed to increase th, fa,:" !used to wrap things in. in place of a k'ota, and entered as second class mat- Sl:ial session of don::ess for the!mcr,s aP-aro nd liilW costs," Tli:: !tabl,cclth at picnics, etc. Nov/ an- : ter at the Park River postoffice, purpose of fulfilling his and the pa,'-, industri;:l e.::t %Vho ,ceks 't; re,. ! other use has been found that should ANNOUNCE ........... ty's p:-es. :t ,,ow. with the 'o--I:.:, ,:(e ,;;;i;:e of Pi';sient H J,,- interest every housewife. n, ................. sion fairly well advanced, it become:;! n:ai., il:e ;a::ner  T;:' , ...... i ! Ma.y Kiethlh,e. o: the Sm,th l) .... at t.,ent that aollCultul, is not get- east. Ahx::v the indut,'ial e':" eta State Col,cge. has discov,erd tha: ting whttt was )romised it, and thak Ewrv  n;, oo "c: 'it r, ",. . , i old newspa )ors :nakc an excellent sub- " , . :' ':" "" '" " ' , ' :at' :s [ ' i,': .'-  'v :  ::e ..... istitute for n:oth-noof baos r , i A WARNING TO THE INDUSTRIAL the fln,: is lnmng ad,:nt, s  leal,z( to :t elf :ue of the tar:ff at" l . fo .,t.).- ]EAST a seller only by forfeiting advant-'v'P:t.lg. pl':;.'i<ed it tile i;Icl:,at::/if/g clothing during tile suunne:. .ditorial in ho Minnoopolls a,;es as a uyer. le'."t leo,,: ,,:, '.:'::,,,os.,le a::, o,,:,: i i];Tl;t221 ;,s// io!:,,, ,s ,.,,.,. : Tribune What force within the Republics: in, force I)ir"tl', ' or indireotl-- *is :t .': " .' 1 S oral tllicKnesss O" , . The fight now being waged o,er the parY is. it that is persistently thwort-lindustrh, ] ea;t, in nearly every ;n- ,:::::spapcr. pro[ec:ion is provided a:. canff focuses attention upon the an-! mg agriculture, l stance will be found to b.e furnishin j ' " : snlall cost. Newspapers make es-. tagontstic elements within the Renub- The first answer to that is that ;/agrieuitl,re's o ))osition with it s( lpecmuy goocl moth-proof }Tapfin,, "" "- " " " " ..... " boca " " " can party, is not President Hoover. " | news of war It is true that th  use printer's ink is objectionable : - " " to moths. Agncultur.e s asking that the tartrt And the second answer is that ,t l:[movement to "soak" the farmer in th, I She .... : De so reaajuaed that it confer upon mainly the industrial east. " |matter of buildin costs --:--*J recommenus nat garments "at tLt :nest;h: tr the same benefits Who opposes agriculture on casein?/with the Pacific coast lumb;i'nt;:l 7;r T :l;a:edblfr?r:i b:ingolStPed away .. . P t has conferred up- Chiefly the industrial eats. Who op |ests. But the strength or the move I _ . , , led clothln: " ' - atracs moths more than clean cloth- On the easrn industrialist. This is poses agriculture on vegetable oils and/ment lies in the fact that the Pacific/ing Garments should also be brush =-'--'- : : : . /coast group entered into a coalition/ed "to remorse . " ' " with the industrial east The o0.|. .  moth eggs which may . ": . " P ..... / nave areay been deposited. ' " ' ;a::d g;::;Pr' ham, neg::inY:hUrP:ry:t/Thoroughly sun the garments--then ...... / put them away--and, if you are in. 'wnen acinc coast mincer supports elined go believe in the efficacy of We Heartily Welcome. GOLDEN VALLEY CREAMERY TO THIS COMMUNITY. MAY ITS OPENING DAY mark the beginning of a long and successful per- iod of operation. , We extend to its opening day visitors a cord- invitation to pay us a call. Our new and used cars will be gladly demonstrated without obligat- ion whatever, and we will appreciated the opp)r- tunity of showing our stock of tires, accessories, parts, etc., whether you need anything in these lines or not. Mills . Farup Auto O, Lankln eastern cement, and eastern cemeno in exchange, supports Pacific coast lumber, the alliance to hurt the farm- Or becomes formidable. Philosophic observes of the Ameri can scene have often noted that, in Park River Never before, withfn o,,r rgllc. ,,,. Clan, bas the cleavag h.q , m, hie g" visibility. If the Republican party's intention tto give the agrarian west a degree ef tariff protection em;al to that enjoy , ed by the industrial east is not live' qp to. the reason will not be far i Miss Kiethline's idea, use the new- paper. (P. S. Newspapers also keep bus: nesses from being motheaten. The se- cret lies in wise. effective advertising @* + + including the agrarian west and the: THE NEW MONEY industrial east under the same broad There has been a mad scramble on head, the Republican party had with- the banks to acquire some of the new in its folds two groups of opposed unfamiliar, attractive currency. The economic interests. treasury is prepq.red to meet the de-i mand only to a limited extent, be.] cause of the big problem of distribu- tion. S. if you have not any of these new bills yet, don% be worried. Twelv,, mov.ths from now the old bills will b? a curiosity, not the new ones. The new ones, by the way, are ex- el:. The in=tu"til east will haw  .... .be-n the force which tor'eq' ti: adm:nisIratton prqrarn. It will the,? ] be oscar that the industrial east never :- uv(' :I?ylIl:n-. lnm-o than H1) ham- i i: ,'e t/,) ,J:.. Ho:):'e:"s promi, es, that ::! .:. 1'l:C'ect the trot'iv Dl:'cte.. /hqt it :] the agrarian west, and that the R.:- ?vbiean l)arty is inmatent to aid agri- culture as long as the industrial ca% continues to dominate it, Some immensely serious consequen- o:o, cos are attached to the foregoin con- ":" i clu::ions + > The Tribune is not in central an -1- a'h'ocate ef setle.?aHsm, but who can *:'*be so blind as not to see what is ,i:beund to happep r. the event tha; .:. f the industrial east continues to i smevther and stifle ;he agrariau west? We hardly need say that a time wil! t come when the party will be too small . to hold both groups. E CIALS i We wish it understood that this ts noted ob/ective,y, and not thrown out in a minatory spir:t. The point ic on.-, which should become apparent to any or Friday and Saturday !ono on amoment's reflection. It ,s F our h'lief that the east has not yore fuUy comrrehended the seriousness o: the situation, and that it does nn 'I cmnletekV grfli? whst t!le rose.. t:Ol? will be onoe th.- ararian we-. Coffee ,o 69c!i Cocoa I Icb i boxes 25C arrives at the fixed convi,tion that for matter what the Ret)ublican party 2Z.--lb" 1 q t;?'o:,n'ses, i is Powerless t' aid a,r:- Sardiaes in oil 27c 1 Chile Sauce 2Sc 'u%ure IX,cause he Indu%rial east L' 5 for in a uoiU.on to enforce its wi!l upoa ....  12 oz. Bottle tee party. he industri;l east can wed affor,; i SUNMADE ,  I RAISINS 41b,.f0r tC I Pork Dry Salt 3 Large lnt ]Pork per lb ....... 21c Lemons ,o, ......... ... . biedllm Tall Cans es ]Per dozen ._25C Salmon. ,or ......... 45 to give some thought to the game "; is now P'aving. 'e gr3nt the J,_id,. . riai east its r'eat Political strength, l V/c concede that. if it is absolutely bent en fi.hting the ararlan wet u oan urobably prevent the west from' achievine the tariff equality now ask.' ,cl for bv the west. But Cannot it al- so see that by following such a course it is couring the danger of drivin the ararian wet right out of the ! wish to announce to the River and vicinity that ! have purct PARK RIVER CASH MARKET from Flugekvam and will continue the under the same name as an up to class Grocery Store and Meat Market. Many people of this community me from the time I was running the MEAT MARKET at Lankin and I want sure everybody that the record I made for cleanliness and pure food will be tintred here. l shall always try my best to i service besides good quality. JOHN BURES Farlne rsl When you come to Park River to the Grand Opening of the Golden Valley cry---and at any other time--come to our and inspect the latest Farm Machinery. have special demonstration HAVE What You Need for Yomo Harvest on Friday. ............ Republican party? q[IAm Japan Green Tea et D--a_JRegan's Milk Made " [ .l[ca ]Per vaund ........ J)C Dr;fl(13 Icmves for ........ 25C The industrla, east. which has ne- - .... ou Seen . W__ --iu,;R;,;" p___--3-c ............ genee, should be able to ,erceive the a,mon, pound Can formic U]['][[ for .............. point that the fuhwe of th.e Republ:.. T e John Deere Comb,ne.? -  _ --- I can party itself hinges to no incon-[ siderable extent upon the outcome o' Peaches 9 Q- [ Cookies E' [ the present tariff fight The Repub,i.' Large cans Flain and Frosted t D can party now reor-mts an al!iance I Are )ou one o[ the dozens of grain-growers who have visited our , ....... 4,oCi, ...,. between the industrial east and the store to see the John Deere CombmeO 1[ ou I I petards for ...... agrarian west. The tariff has becomei Y are not, we q ,, , .... == = a bone of contention between the would like to have you stop in the next time you're in town. l[ you have seen the John Deere, you already know whyits-.- The Grain-Saving Combine That's Easier to Operate Here are some of the features YOU'll like about the John Deere: 1 Easy to Operate. Controls are grouped on the operator's platform in such a manner that one man has complete and instant control of his machine. 2 Saves the Grain. Cutting, ele- vating, separating and cleaning units are constructed with a _great margin of saving grain. ._3. Sturdily Built, John Deere qual- ity in materials and workmanship as- sure long life and good work. Sa: dines  cans 25c Lye :' an' 29c two. This mean that at the moment in sauce for lr .............. the alliance is directly threatening. It means that the, danger of a schism is Crackers 21b. carton 35c Matches  packages 19 real. If the industrial ea, chooses Lo for ......... for ........ be enlightened, concilatory, tactful. Malt Syrup 9c Vinegar " 38c and weII-dlsposed towards its partner Large Per GaL .... in th? alliazee, the danr of a can for _ Apple Cldar schism is naturally minimized Pres,'- Rolled 0at,,for" =g 49c Nut butter  pounds .,, dent I-over. obviously, Is doing his dO lb for ... tC best to keep the industrial east ,n I P-eS- -- 25C that frame of mind. But if thts sam: large size Pane -!- Flour, 4 lb. industrial east chooses to be porcine, ' pounds for 24c aeKP=kae for __ grasping, insular, and. partinacious]y obstructlcnist as regards the agraria ., ..,,e. _54c Soap ,,ap,.a 39c :west's,efforts to lodge itself on a 3 ibs. for .............. l0 bars for 'sound economic foundation the east uart 3 Ib ---- II is doing nothin I,ss than imtia 1 q Man Jar s , . ' t'ng a r for2C Jam for 75C ectional and civil war within the Ill These are the considerat,o- which II we Wish to call to the thoughtful at I Swansdown . Oft _ B II tention of the lndustri:l east e Im | Cake Flour per box E'C B 1 plications axe far-reaching and eal' Gake Flour v tu II II eulad  give eep concern to eve;y" I , I  [ one interested in the future of the .... . .-z ] Republican party. We believe that DALE':00- - . e .  come for plain speaking. -- -- " Y sk the industrial east Park River, N.D. i[ t;ithik carefully about what It i -,,-- ' -  - . g n ignoring President Hoover's bSll Bna llnu OU[ 800U[ ssme | aamonition 6. Powerful Motor. The motOr that operates the John Deere has " surplus of power for the pincheS. _ . l-asily-Emptle G tiR tw Less than a minute is reluired to era" pty the 65-bushel grain tank oI t John Deere No. 2. This feature e more hours for cutting. d4. Roller and Ball Bearings, Liglt raf and long life result from tle  " : of high-grade bearings at all frictiOO points. friction points. 5. Easy to OiL High pre ttt grease gun oiling system maeS-oil- ing a swift and easy lob. Park River, N. D. Stop in and see the John Deere---we know you'll like it and want it for your hal 'et T. F. MEAGHI00R & Published every Thursday in the Fress Building, Park River, North Do. kota, and entered as second class mat- ter at the Park River l)ostoffice. . .. . ,. lwh .eulture was prorated by the ih Uounty re] Republican party in the last cam- ...... :-a /pa!gn. Mr. Hoover declared that, if LI-HED ":i83 |elected president, he would devote his ESTAB 8 1 8', !enmgles to the achievement of that oojective. Tha he spoke with sincer- ity is beyond dispute, tie called a sl.vil session of don:ress for the purpose of fulfilling his and the pa-- ty's pledges. Yet now, with the ses- sion fairly well advanced, it become:; EDITED BY LARS J. SILJAN aptmrent that agriculture is not ge-- ting what was promised it, and that  fats? The indus|rial east. Who op-] ANOTIIER USE FOR NEWSPAPERS poses agriculture on butter? The in-] dustrial east. Who seeks to impose I Wtmt is more useful than a new.- higher cement costs on the farme,/paper? When new, it supplies new; The industrial east. Who seeks Ll and advertising that give its readers essential information. When old, It s turn present arm r elici session int'.l, used to wrap things in. in place of a a session d.esigned to increase th.: )t:-. i tabl.eelot h at picnics, etc. No,," an- mer's all-around living' costs? '1 'i other use has been found tlmt should industrial cast. Who seeks to repr- interest every housewife. diate lhe pled?:es of President Hooer Ma.y Kicth!iue. oi the Smith D;::- mad'e lhe . farmer? The indushi':t! eta State College. has discovered thq: east. Ahxays the industrial c.as', old newspapers make an excellent still- F, very : [lllF' agt'iCH[ Hre tl'ie  , A WARNING TO THE INDUSTRIAL EAST An Editorial in Tile Minneapolis Tribune The fight now being waged oer the tariff focuses attention upon the an- : tagonistic elements within the Repub- lican party. Agriculture is asking that the tar.rt be so readjusted that it confer upon the western farmer the same benefits that in the past it has conferred up- on the eastern industrialist. This is the farnrer is winning advantages aSrealize for it>:elf one of the tariff ad- , a ,,;eller only by forfeiting advant-' vantages promised it. the industrial ages as a buyer, ca% looms uD a a hostile and oppc,:s What fore within the Republieal big force. Directly or indirectly, ti, :party is it that is persistently thwart- industrial east. in nearly every in-' ing agriculture? stance,, will be found to be furnishin/r The first answer to that is that ::. agriculture's oPD osition with its m-! is not President Hoover. news of war. It is true that the ! : And the second answer is that it i:i movement to "soak" the farmer in the, mainly the industrial east. Who opposes agriculture on casein? Chiefly the industrial eats. Who op poses agriculture on vegetable oils and We Heartily Welcome. GOLDEN VALLEY CREAMERY MAY ITS TO THIS COMMUNITY. OPENING DAY mark the beginning of a long and successful per- iod el operation. i We extend to its opening day visitors a cord- i ial invitation to pay us a call. Our new anduscd ! ears will be gladly demonstrated without obligat- ion whatever, and we will appreciated the oppor- tunity of showing our stock of tires, accessories, parts, etc., whether you need anything in these lines or not. . Farup Auto Co. s Lankin adm:nislvation Drew, ram. It will thee ,,o1" be ,qear that tl]e i-dustrial east never "i'i ?':U'9 aI?vlhh" :nme than Jip honl- iii[,ge t.o a:I:'. Hoove."s In'omi'cs, that ;. ",gnm'ed the party pIctRes, tlmt it ::;i [the agrarian west, and that the Re'tl m,bqcan party is inn,qtent to aid agrl-1 .=./ culture as long as the industrial ea + continues to dominate it. [ ":" Some immensely serious consequen- *i," j cos are attached to the foregoing con-{ ": clmions. ": The Tribune is not in ffeneral an -l- nrh, oe.+e ef seetle:aqsm, but who can :" be so blind as not to see what is :bound to happa, it. the event tha- the industrial east continues to smoother and stifle ;he agrariau west ? We hardly need say that a time will Mills Park River stitrUte for moth-poof bags for st,:):'- ing clothing during the summo:" months. She says if clothing is \\;vra)- pod earfully in several thicknesses o- newspal)er, 1)roteetion is provid'ed a;, very small cost. Newspapers make es-. pecially good moth-t)roof xu-ap)ing' because printer's ink is objectionable to moths. She recommends that garments "pc matter of building costs originate .... l dry cleaned before being sloped away wth the Pacmc coast lumber mter-}tor the summer, since soiled clothiu:= eats. But the strength of the move-lattracts moths more than clean cloth-- ment lies in the fact that the Pacific Iing Garments should also be brush- coast group entered into a coalition Ied "to remorse moth eggs which may with the industrial east. The Paciflclhav e already been deposited. coast group, alone and unsupportee,[Thoroughly sun the garments--then would never have got anywhere. Yet| put them away--and, if you are in. 'when Pacifc coast lumber supports clined t,o believe in the efficacy of eastern cement, and eastern cemeno Miss Kiethline's idea, use the new- in exchange, supports Pacific coast paper. lumber, the alliance to hurt the farm- (P. S. Newspapers also keep bus: Or becomes formidable. nesses from being motheaten. The so-: Philosophic observes of the Ameri cret lies in wise, ffective advertising can scene have often noted that, in .... including the agrarian west and tht: THE NEW MONEY industrial east under the same broad There has been a mad scramble on head, the Republican party had with- the banks to acquire some of the new in its folds two groups of opposed unfamiliar, attractive currency. The *: economic interests, treasury is prepared to meet the de- i * Never before, with':n o,,r rolle - me.nd only to a limited extent, be-: ion, has the cleavage h.q s,,ob, hi.b cause of the big roblem of distribu- , . visibility, tion. ,, If the Republican party's intention 89 if you have not any of these new * Ire give the agrarian west a d,egree ef bills yet. don't be worri.d. Twelve tariff protection emml to that enioy I mnths h'0m now the old bills will b? i ed by the indu%ria] east is not live4 a curiosity, not the new ones. ,lp to. the reagan will not be far  I The new ones, by the way. are ex- cek. The industrial east wi!l haw, .bern the force which tor',eq,,,d th come when the party will be too small to hold both groups. SPECIALS It We wish it unde, rstood that this is: noted obiectivey, and not thrown out' H 1 l/ =  a m'natory spir:t. The point i8 on.-, ]| which should become apparent to any [li one on a moment's reflection. It is For F riday and Saturday ,:o,,r E.,lief that the east has not yet, ]tl fully comnrehended the seriousness o; t IIi the situation, and that it does no,. 1 ,,et c,mnleteb, gracD what t!e rose- Rio II arrives at the fixed conviction that Coffe  ,. for ,,,o,,,,;,e, it is oow'erless t' aid a'r,- e 1[= no matter what the Reoublican party -uture lycause the industrial east ;., Sardiaes 5in foril 27c Chile Sauce 25c lntp.o.aparty.:ao--qt.on to enforce its wi!l upoa i .... I{ 12 oz. Bottle i SUNMADE , (%t l I I RAISINS 41b,..fr tJCJ 3 Large 10C Lemons for ......... Tall Cans Salmon  ,or ......... 45a 7he industrial east can well afford to give some thought r9 the game "; zs now D'aving. We grant the in&. riai eact its -'eat nolttical strength.' V& concede that. if it is absolutely bent on fihting the a.rarian we% t can probably prevent the west front achievine the tariff equality now asP- ,=<1 for bv the we,t. But cannot it al- so see that by following such a course it is courting the daner of driving the ararian wet right out of the Republican party? The iudustrial east. which has ne- ver been called defleien in intelli- gence, should be able to Perceive the point that the future of the RepubI:- can party itself hinges to no incon-! B___ J Regan's Milk Made reao ,.ve. for ........ 2C Pork Dr, Sa. 21C Pork per lb ....... .m __25C Oranges Per dozen Tea Japan Green Tea ehC Per l,oUnd ........ got, Medium Red alm0n, pound Can for26C Corn 3 ca. ,., .............. 39c Sa', dines  ca= 25c In sauce for the present tariff fight. The Repub i- I q can party now reur:cnts an al.ianee] rge cans_ ......  U ! rlap22asd fF;:t'e-d"L iJ  between the industrial east and the i agrarian west. The tariff has becom(, a bone of contention between the two. This mean, that at the moment Lye :' Ca,, .............. 29C atches ' packages for ........ 19 w" Per GaL .... Vinegar Apple Cldar 38C =, , pouncs .".1 .Q - Nut butter for ... o,,c .... 2s Pancaek iour, lb. Package for __ C Soap ,,p,, 39c 10 bm for Jam  lb. Man Jar 7 for .............. S C 010 lb. Bag Rolled 0at.,,or __ 49c |Ult|. , pounds for 24c Feanut Butter  ,or ............... 54C S quart alad mu tardr ,o,2c the alliance is directly threatening. It means that the danger of a schism is real. If the industrial eas, chooses Lo be enlightened, concilatory, tactful. and well-disposed towards its partner in th alliazce, the danr of a schism is naturally minimized. Pres,'- dent I-over. obviously, s doing hl. best to keep the Industrial east ,n I that, frame of mind. But if this same industrial east chooses to be porcine, grasping, insular, and. partinaciousIy obstructionist as regards the agraria a west's ,efforts to lodge itself on a sound economic foundation, the east is doing nothing l:ss than initiatina a sectional and civil war within the ranks of the Rer)ublican party. ] These are the consideraV,-s which we wish to call to the thoughtful ato tention of the industrial east. The im- plications are far-reaching and can culated to give deep concern to every- one interested in the future of the Republican party. We believe that the time has come for plain speaking. Is the industrial east ready to court the spltt-p of the Rublican party in its endeavors to hold itself a pri- vileged position as regards the tariff? We ernestly ask the industrial eas to think carefully about what It l doing in ignoring President Hoover's aamonitlon DALE'S Cash 00tore Park River, N. D. HAVE VALUABLE PREMIUMS. Call and find out about same ing more difficult and are more dur- pected to save able than the old bills, which will lm- $1,500.000 a year,: prove the sanitary condition of the size. The new money we handlel ent in every ANNOUNCEM i wish to announce to the peopl River and vicinity that ! have purel PARK RIVER CASH MARKET irorn Flugekvam and will continue the under the same name as an up to class Grocery Store and Meat Market. Many people of this communit me from the time i was running the MEAT MARKET at Lankin and ! want sure everybody that the record !rnad{ for cleanliness and pure food will Il tinued here. ! shall always try my best to gil service besides good quality. JOHN BURES FarinersV WE HAVE What You Need for Youa Harvest When you come to Park River to the Grand Opening of the Golden Valley ery---and at any other time-.-come to our and inspect the latest Farm Machinery. have special demonstration on Friday. Have You Seen The John Deere Combine? Are you one o[ the dozens o{ grain-growers who have visited our store to see the John Deere Combine? I[ you are not, we would like to have you stop in the next time you're in town. 1[ you have seen the John Deere, you already know wllyits--- The Grain-Saving Combine That's Easier to Operate Here are some of the features YOU'll like about the John Dere: 1 Easy to Operate. Controls are grouped on the operator's platform in such a manner that one man has complete and instant control of his machine. 2 Saves the Grain. Cutting, ele- vating, separating and cleaning unit are constructed with a _great margin of Svlng grain. ._3. Sturdily Built, John Dere qual- ity in materials and workmanship as- sure long life and good work. 4. Roller and Ball Bearings. draft and long life result from tle of high-grazie beaxings at all points. friction points. 5. Easy to OIL High grease gun oiling system mattes ing a swift and easy Job. 6. Powerful Motel'. The ffot0f that operates the John Dere has .a surplus of power for the pincheS. I 7. Easily-Emptied, - G'aitt *lua " Less than a minute is retuired to  pty the 65-bushel grain tank o r, John Dere No. 2. This feature ea more hours for cutting. Stop in and see the John Deere---we know you'll like it and want it for your harvest T. F. MEAGHER & Park River, N. D.