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ESTABLISHED 18 Published every Thursday in th Building, Park River, North Da.I ad stere as second class mat-t t-r at the Park River postoffice. / Many unpleasantries and accident this community who missed thls will be avoided if motorists, at times missed a lot. I -- of close situations, will recall the.. It was a blarz}eyless affair homJl North Dakota FarlTl i 1929,greaterwerethanab°ut&apos;June rules and act accordingly. They are sLar to finish. Compliments wtuc i the recommendations of the For.'. served, Fes, but they were distribu:,d . i age price received Motor company offe.ed to give grea-in a businesslike manner where they  Outlook for A , i North Dakota June 16 ugust a pound. This had er peace of mind to those who travc- belonged, and sol as a class appeal i cent July 15. by automobile. .... _ _ lye. Taintor's speech, short as t was. was worth real money to any i By O. M. Fuller -# Eggs and A want ad in the Walsh County farmer wisp listened with an Tim egg and EDITED BY LARS J. SILJAN Press will sell any article you might mind. And yet, Mr Taintor did n,: - 2v O. M. Fuller. Extension Econom;=, and stackers and feeders. The cours 17ish to dispose of. try to promote or sell anything. 1-1: North Dakota Agricultural College of GRAFTON'S I,IGHT PROBLI,:M : SigjTZgs mcly made statements of facb grass ca:tie prices will siderable effect on feeder demand bm ' The Orafton cP.y council has desig- wilich showed where, why and he,. Business Situation it is imp)obable that this deman:: have COll- -profitable farming comes as near _ The industrial situation continues tc will sated August 22 as the day to vote certainty as possible, nra:nain the buying power of dora. whilebetheaSsupplygreat ofaS stockerthat Ofandlast feet,-year on the question of a new city power By L. $. S. Mr. Burtness gave more real in- .c,-v.ie consumers at a level 10 percent er catHe will be about the same a plant, or if the elty is to worry along f.;. :2Co Sardine formation on farm relief and tile greater than his time last year. Thl during tile last ha!f of 1928. With old plant which ha / .-3 c (,sely associated tariff problem in  means that the demand for farm alton. P t'on for almost a gner.i I never knew that Walsh county half-hour than the political spellbln- ducs will coutmtm at pr.2sent levelsPr°" wereReCeipts12 per°fcentbeeflessSteersthis atjuneChicaTOthan had so many kickers. Just because tier. and professional agitator coukl and prices on some farm producs last While the supply of good anc I have not written any Siljanettes for rive in an entire campaign. And Mr. will advance. Better prices may b: choice sec.rs was 34 per cent less. "Cnsiderable local politics is being a few weeks I have received so ma,D Ommodt talked plain business sen c expected for grain crops such a', The level of cattle prices at the en_, intOto th,the Otterfight TailbY partiPowr oral and written protests that I have ,-°nn practical, and profitable coopera, wheat and flax and probably potatoe., of June this year was about the olpany, which has offered $125,000 a good notion to go fishing and tell ''. m such a manner that everybody Prices for beef cattle and hogs will same for most classes and grades a, for he old plant. While the proses the readers of thi newspaper to go would understand and accept hi5 no doubt continue their seasonal ad at the same Period last Year. The el$ctlon completely ignores the pow: chase themselves. But it it too darn hot to even flsn; ' statements" vance. The present level of butterfat average price received by producers proposal, the company haa No. the farmers are not all wit.e, 'eggs and poultry prices is likely to b? in North Dakota for cattle June 15 of parties on the groan.! and the dog days are coming, which not even in the vicinity of Parg maintained through August. for several weeks to mould public is the time when nothing is supposed River. If they were, they WOUld have The present situation is not likely *9 "^ ated tc have increased to Would improve if prices mew Plant. The two Grafton news-I to happen in the newspape, r realm, :2: SeSstOi 9 per hundred-weight. Th's' Thc-e are suggestions • Plnton against the building of the left the haying go hang for a couple to be materially changed during the iPers are charged by friends of thai so how in the name of common sense of hours to attend the doings in the next few weeks but some slackening, v .m per hundred-weight July 15. became stable. The ¢01 tmiclpal plant with lacing in the is a fellow to write SilJanettes. i City Park. As it were, they saTe:l a in industrial activity is quite possibl: T  • " flogs • [combing and clothing  organs, and various and sundry other he upward trend in "-- totahng 34 million p0u wiee of the power com,)any. [ It is bad for the liver, the digestlvei few pennies, at the cost of prob b'y later in the year. In the iron and . .. hog prices million under that for i many dollars, steel industry the seasonal slackening over a longer period than it did la,- The Geafton city council is p'o-  i There is this to say in thtl:, be- in activity is reported to be less tha-1 now m progress is likely to continuv rosined above that for any Dosing to erect a suitable building for I mechanisms of the hinnan body, v. half, however: Doings of such nature usual for June while in the aurora- summer. Peed conditions ,,, ^,,-__ 1923. The average the fire equipment. The old macbln-J get excited during the time of the as was staged in Park River las Fri bile industry somewhat more than th- bution' " of market" supplies during" .... uvrth ThisPr°ducerSwas estimutedin North to its power plant and the housing o I year when the mercury is contending day has practically become cx'.! € ; usual decline is reported. The money remainder of the present crop dozen years or more,will be scrapped] with the aeroplane pilots for altitude since cheap farmer glorificaVon Le- situation in June was easier than th year. practically the same JulY cry, which has been out of date for[records. And, somehow, I do not '"e ' . fac ols favor a more normal dlstTl- x:ts 29 eeml pr and Diesel engines installed. The seem able to wrestle out this column I came the vogue, s.) t,_e farmer couk P.. wens months with interest rates The pr,ce decline which comes 15 lew equipment, including the build-[ late fall following the summer rise hardly exp.ct it to , ii'en. V/i:e:'e:orc except on call loans slightly lower is expected to be more gradual ant 'H' without ruffling the feathers of myl e m.ayed home and made nay. titan the high levels of April an I smaller than that which occurrerx friends the ladies of the W. T. C.U.. Now, I wonder, wit, the Wa?sh C mty May. cost $77,000, according to es- which would not be gentlemanly, i1" Press get any falmer votes for oft]. General Price Level last fall since marketings are expect- LUTIIERAN of englneerS.is to Thbe paidC°st for]''theYces, should suff,?r serious consequen- cial newspaper nex year? led to be more normally distributed. Rev. J. N. Bordal 75 Per cen of the difference in / So let'€ ts . . The general level'of prices reccive-I Lambs earnfi gs of the present el  .... ik about something else by .h farmers June 15 at 135 p'er . . ' . day evening in our SaVior t  "t :laI t ;t am d " Einar Barge, who is pinch hitting x)t of. prewar prices was one poin Marketmgs of lambs during th. - Ialan and the new plant No bonds . --ne: i  . at the editorial desk of the estimabl. ,owq.. than on May 15 and 10 po r, :-,amacr o Jmy and first half or ST. PETER re to be issued. ] would regis- G"afton News.and Times pending h ;)u r .titan on Jmm 15 a year ago. te 1 2an:inst._are. ex acted to continue  NEW COMMANDMENTS" lall the mushy" stuff 'ghandedlati°n oagains departure for His Majesty's provinc h might decline of on(, pc-" cen"  - Y nDeral witaP increased suppll.e Sunday,Ge°reAugustSther'4. :' , ut by of British Columbia. is. methinks, m- ;li2! aviagf :?I; :heoatre.sub: ; iml liiiilsiin lxi\\;b f :h:gsth  8:00 p. m. The :  " newspapers, duly exercis.2d abou the suggestioh " ]r t . k : society will meet. FOR MOTORISTS TO OBSERV'I public officials and daily and weekly ic: ' a ,../ >As a contribution towards greater] )From listening to the usual oral or coming from friends of "the veeran "  • Y, c.)ttonseed, butcr log "a:-" ,. ' dtermined largely b .)onsored by the WiCk Of the Grea War thai; Walsh count-] w(,ol which too:'.2 than offset th, ze plospcc!.s f ol Wmtel .rang, su- Park River. Rev. O. Safety and more pleasant drivin con-/! rinted appeals to the farmer for his ought to hve a suitable monumen .Lg!£ i pjice, of potatoe.;, app!e axvl .. and Plmeo of feeds m the w;l_ speak. flition on the highways of the•com, suport in this, that. or the other dr- in honor of those who served in var- egs,. m No:'th Dakota the geuerV .'". store.s, and demand for feedm Refreshments scr'ed. taw tills summer the Ford Mor, recites, one gets tile impressio, the" mus capacities in th'e struggle to 'at'el ef farm l).-i(,s 1 .... ' mules. Receipt of in .... --" company has 1Lted twelve rules a.i tile farmer is pretty nearl faultless make the world safe fox" democracy. ..:w? ov.:]c 12. Prices pai:l m'od,,rr umg markcts were 16 nor .... -b - ' " .' zncx'ea,<?: ,,:,,"-'-, . ,.mas ar sere l to motorists and his dls. and that he has a monoply on all tile Mr• B.2rge, like thq x'est of (}rafb:)n. fox (xops lllCr(_,t.sf,(l fro!ll t111 ildox (:i i,, thax! in June, 1928 Willie tile O •M. Jorgenson, them to dealers Over tilt. virtues in the world. • .. . . " ' ........... s.,p I.-, ' ,-- ch BAPTIST is not against a peace nlollulxxcn_ 97 Jmle 15 [o 126 ,IM;, 1 I/.vcs'.oc-,: ..v., a slaughter wa's practical/5, Sunday, AuQns[: 4th. Announcement of the .suggestion I It's sickening, but it is being done. Of course not But now is not the pice< which showed an in:lax of 16; the same a' in June 1928. Morning wor,hip at and overdone Of course, the farmers tim. Taxes are high the taxpaye. June 15 remangd the v;ame July t5. There is little i.ossibility that priea ' - • Butter Wb'e scheo! at 12:00. made this week by Mills-Farui)1 have a majority of the votes in this is hard up, and so we mus2 wait until Wheat The Sunday school company, Ford dealers in this state, and the public officials an0 tims are better and taxes lower. for butter during July and August picnic on Sunday • their place of busines& [the newspapers they are serving u S'more balloney. If we are to eree next few weeks will b? determin..: Whlcn tl ch the levels of a year age at the park in Oraftolz will display the list prom-t ,o]itical aspirants need them. As for Ihe course of wheat prices*in t:a -' 'e ' These rules," said Mr Mllld ",| ........... ' • ! a monument to hose who last made largely by crop fo:'ecasts and marke: j-'U and 46.9 y a:':'agedcents for44"gAugustCents R-'f°x" Mid-weekEVening serviCeSservicesatwed8:ff$ ...... /wee atones for rural readers bec  the great sacrifice in the age-old ba- activities. Present indications are cel pts of butter at four principal mar- ing at 8:00• common sense as a lied ath,: " - ....... PP. to I they want more ubscribers, and  tle against ;reed and tyrany, we. tim/: the world supply of wheat i "-nowsUnVmg'all tverYof ,.._exp'erzenced, , of them ,,ant -' -=,u,,vt" ...... umcaS°mc might as well have done it ,low a: 'aising tim average price in the 7;29 d0;;i  ..... .  :st papers for the county. So the farm- ng June, 1929, amounted .,l Special music and self: however, that by statin€ ors get their bellies full of balloney 6 later. If Welsh county is to have world's market considerably abovv --'---'-^ pounds as compared wit ul Everybody cordially inl such a monument by gneral coopera- .,.z. uuu pounds June 1 a ve -: concisely and posting them from every direction, tion through taxation, it has to be in wheat prices during the next f... 82,322,000 pound. Cold storage hold-! Rev. James AnderSol they wlll come to the attentlo 11 that of tire pnt year. Fluctuation ..... s pnd a five-year average for June or METHODIST EPISCOI',tI done within the next three years. Is web, ks will no doubt be ','eater t".- ings in the Unl!ed States ' June 1.i Sunday morning at the great many motorists, we can s.l The faemer is not better, wiser o! there anyone who will contend that usual becnuse of bgqvy marketing. 0:30 a. m. them as to make a real more infallible than anyone else. tie our taxes will be lower next Year, or dye to the large carry-over in the towards great.r highway is made of th same clay as other ha- ewe years from 1,ow, or when it is United States tending to weaken til too late to make use of the state law market for sh(rt periods and reta*a. man beings. And he knows it. 8 twelve rules are: the speakers and the newspapers do l'OViding for world war l.ace menu- lug the full iespone to the prospec- l--ourteSYrights and comeSprivilegesfirSt.of othersC°nsider! not kid him any. Not as a rule. merit? If there is. this person is the tive world's upply and demand con- possessor of an ignorance so blissful ditions. • . ' But it has becom a habit thr2 it would be almost a crime i:) 2--Kee, your mine on your rivn 'o " to ko-. • rid anticipate sudd,.2n ',mergencies " to.w to the farmer and his anieipate disturb It. Frecar*s and estimates of produ TVIlyIAIL'' ,OlJ-- YOU 3Le.rn the "feel" of ha-i-::v ng youc"'"' wisnes, to uch. , a degree that it make tips in 10 countries including th control, i. exceedmg:y difficult for him to  United States which in 1928 produce- all traffic and parking keep abreast of the time, to e Taxes are levied largely to delta/ 40 per cent oaf the world's crop lndi- i where modern ideas and changed con- xpenses of community undertaking care to date reduction of about 10 ABOUT SeLLIN6 ,ditions make a change In Aim:,ci: within the ramification of political million bushels from that produce :# EGGS GN ,--Keep to tbo rigllt, and comply .necessary from time to time. And subdivisions• The modern trend is t in the same countries last year. Th road markings and signs. I the self-sufficiency and conceit th:: inevease public actirity in this mat,. area. of wheat in Canada wa,s ln- 8---Signal for stops and turn.-- Watch the car ahead. .efaiflsidlatry has ereated in some her. And in.eased activity means creased slightly but condtions to da WE PAID for Eggs Direct '/--Slow down at crossings schools !  y yed minds has done and .. increased expense on the ledger pag. in|cate a crop smaller thon ast yeor agerous places ' ' -,c.: a lot of harm b a  covering such activity. The histolT o; The southern hemisphere crop will b mgs.---"Never pass ears on hills, eurve,l lin'°r thethelastdifficultyanalysiS,in thTCaUasecuring trhi2s'a red, alliTereCiViliZedwlllCOuntrieSfrom timeWill tellto timeUS that.bt ua?onan importantduring thefaCt°rfallinandthewinterPrice bu.*Si- the farm GRADED as folio, 9---Adapt your drlvtng to road con-[ Sable complete cooperation of a-- ordered a standstill in further devel- t i. too em':v a make any defini*o dttion-rain ice soft spots and rut /l* cultural interests, opment of public enterprise, and the estimate of tte crop.  gen.'.al budget Will show but little The July 1 rop for North ' )f way" doesn'ttoo seriously.DaY to take the "righ,[ theThat'half.brotherand suspiciOn.of conceit.Suspici°n is uctuation. But as to a noticeable Dakota indicat,cse a reportdecrease of eve: Week Ending• July 5 'Average 24c llWhen you drive, remember the  decrea on the individual tax bib 47 million busheh in the all spring Week Ending July 12 Average 25c that Will only come when the rivers wheat crop in this state as compara Week Ending July 19 Average 26c times when you're a pedestrain. [ How vt!y different than the usua: run up'tream, wives Ash Wednesday with the 1928 production. This drop 12Know the law. It was passed celebration bunk were the speecne, comes on Good Friday and when all in wheat production is due not only Week Ending July 26 Ax erage 27c for your protection, delivered in Park River at the cream- the Early Chios are grown in unl- to the decrease of about 744 It is estimated that 20,000,000 per- cry openlng celebratlon last Friday . form size. acres of wheat but also to the low ns will tour on American highways Congressman Burtness, E. J. Talntoe Money sent for taxes is not wasted conditions on July 1. this summer. Recognition of the Charles Ommodt, and the messag money. Nor is tt, except in distress- Flax rights of others Wll! be essentlva, frorr. Senator Nye. The farmers e: ful times, necessarily good economy The acreage of flax in the Unite to cut a budget to the core. In spie States Juy 1 showed an increase ot We could hardly afford to do Otherwise with " USED CARS mean by from us knowing the Ice Simply you pay Is for the service that car will give. and nothing else. Our used-car depaxtment is based on a h'it of fair dealing. We would hardly care to risk our reputation by acting otherwise. Ceme In today and see some of ore" barph m unused transport&t/on. There axe several makes now on d/splgy. Model T Fords are thoroughly re.. eondltlonod, and carry a'*" tee. WHAT do we "solid values"? fiats: When you buy a mind hem us you pay Just wiut the ear is worth. There has been no infla- tion in the resale price to take care of an n- able trade.in allowance. The price of the new Ford Is very low, and the value high; there is ne lee-way for excess/re trade- In allowances. That is why you earn buy a  ear Mills Farup Auto Co. Park River Lankln of all the kicking on our "high 17•2 per cent over that harvested n taxes" there ls nobody who would ex- 1928. the indicated acreage of 1923 change former conditions for the re- being 3,092,000 compared with 2,638,- turn of their tax money. 000 acres in 1928. The steady ae- Who WOuld trade our improve : crease in flax acreage in North Daka- rOads for their price in his share f ta since 1924 was stopped this year their costs? Who would go back to nd an increase of 35 per cent was the school system of fifty Years ag indicated July 1. This means that in lieu of a refund of his tax money, for 1929 North Dakota farmers have And who WOUld consent to give u>. increased the acreage of flax about the comparatively expensive loca, 400.00 acres. The condition of flax selfgovernment of our political subdI- in the state July 1 of 70 per cent of visions in exchange for the less cost- normal indicates a production of ly (In dollars and cents)" centralize 9,181,000 bushels compared with 8,91,- it°rig-distance management of In'e- 000 bushels in 1928 and this estinme democracy days? will be decreased based on later con- dltions. But, says Mr. Berge, If we must Potatoes have a monument, let us be practica, In view of the re!atlvely short sup- and capitalize the sentiment for out plies from the second crop of early war.haves and get a new courthou potato producing states, it is prob.  rafton. It has been done h able that prices during the next few yays. weeks will be maintained at tl,; What a grand and glorious unsel...present or higher level. This should fishness ! continue until the northern state It's practical, says the Grafton begin to ship In September whea newspaper. But if we are going Lo lowe prices may be expected unless be practical, why not be completely production prospects change materi- so. We have a courthouse, asp eva . With the old relic for some years to n come. sheis, present condit/ons Indlc.ate a , late crop of 348 m/Ilion bushels :,e Why, then, spend money needlessly, about 60 million bushels less than Why not be real econom/cal. Grafto|,. ?ast year. The average prlc receiea has no city hall. As a matter or by producers of Potatoes in Nor*.h fact, it has no communal build/rig f Dakota June 15 was 20 cents Jar any kind, not even to lodge its fire bushel. Thls was estimated to ,. department, or a murdclpal sPitoon, Increased to 25 cents Per bushel luly if the city owns such furniture. Why 5th. not take the monument money and V.e.f Cattle 7 build improvident Grafton a city hall I Fresent indications are that prices If some such thlng must be done t for fed cattle will continue their get Grafton's consent to the erection seasonal advance but a further deelin of a soldiers' monument, let's o. 'is expected in grass slaughter cattle If You Took Less Than These Prices for --UngradedYou Lost Money Bring Eggs to Us and Get the Money Today, July 31 Poultry is a Little No. l Springs 20 Leghorn Springs 16 Heavy Hens 19 Light Hens 15 Roosters 10 No. 2 Pouhry Sc Less Cream Prices Firm ... 42--400 Phone 330 l}eSoto tinues to be irregular abnormal as compared few years. June worked gradually of egg have not and th,e movement intO not shown the normal dinzrily expected in JU e" markets have not been ing the past month and declined. The situation arded as steady, sized birds. Wool Stocks of wool in mestic markets are as last year but the inactive with rm merit in the woolen N. ESTABLISHED 18 Published every Thursday in th Building, Park River, North Da.I ad stere as second class mat-t t-r at the Park River postoffice. / Many unpleasantries and accident this community who missed thls will be avoided if motorists, at times missed a lot. I -- of close situations, will recall the.. It was a blarz}eyless affair homJl North Dakota FarlTl i 1929,greaterwerethanab°ut'June rules and act accordingly. They are sLar to finish. Compliments wtuc i the recommendations of the For.'. served, Fes, but they were distribu:,d . i age price received Motor company offe.ed to give grea-in a businesslike manner where they  Outlook for A , i North Dakota June 16 ugust a pound. This had er peace of mind to those who travc- belonged, and sol as a class appeal i cent July 15. by automobile. .... _ _ lye. Taintor's speech, short as t was. was worth real money to any i By O. M. Fuller -# Eggs and A want ad in the Walsh County farmer wisp listened with an Tim egg and EDITED BY LARS J. SILJAN Press will sell any article you might mind. And yet, Mr Taintor did n,: - 2v O. M. Fuller. Extension Econom;=, and stackers and feeders. The cours 17ish to dispose of. try to promote or sell anything. 1-1: North Dakota Agricultural College of GRAFTON'S I,IGHT PROBLI,:M : SigjTZgs mcly made statements of facb grass ca:tie prices will siderable effect on feeder demand bm ' The Orafton cP.y council has desig- wilich showed where, why and he,. Business Situation it is imp)obable that this deman:: have COll- -profitable farming comes as near _ The industrial situation continues tc will sated August 22 as the day to vote certainty as possible, nra:nain the buying power of dora. whilebetheaSsupplygreat ofaS stockerthat Ofandlast feet,-year on the question of a new city power By L. $. S. Mr. Burtness gave more real in- .c,-v.ie consumers at a level 10 percent er catHe will be about the same a plant, or if the elty is to worry along f.;. :2Co Sardine formation on farm relief and tile greater than his time last year. Thl during tile last ha!f of 1928. With old plant which ha / .-3 c (,sely associated tariff problem in  means that the demand for farm alton. P t'on for almost a gner.i I never knew that Walsh county half-hour than the political spellbln- ducs will coutmtm at pr.2sent levelsPr°" wereReCeipts12 per°fcentbeeflessSteersthis atjuneChicaTOthan had so many kickers. Just because tier. and professional agitator coukl and prices on some farm producs last While the supply of good anc I have not written any Siljanettes for rive in an entire campaign. And Mr. will advance. Better prices may b: choice sec.rs was 34 per cent less. "Cnsiderable local politics is being a few weeks I have received so ma,D Ommodt talked plain business sen c expected for grain crops such a', The level of cattle prices at the en_, intOto th,the Otterfight TailbY partiPowr oral and written protests that I have ,-°nn practical, and profitable coopera, wheat and flax and probably potatoe., of June this year was about the olpany, which has offered $125,000 a good notion to go fishing and tell ''. m such a manner that everybody Prices for beef cattle and hogs will same for most classes and grades a, for he old plant. While the proses the readers of thi newspaper to go would understand and accept hi5 no doubt continue their seasonal ad at the same Period last Year. The el$ctlon completely ignores the pow: chase themselves. But it it too darn hot to even flsn; ' statements" vance. The present level of butterfat average price received by producers proposal, the company haa No. the farmers are not all wit.e, 'eggs and poultry prices is likely to b? in North Dakota for cattle June 15 of parties on the groan.! and the dog days are coming, which not even in the vicinity of Parg maintained through August. for several weeks to mould public is the time when nothing is supposed River. If they were, they WOUld have The present situation is not likely *9 "^ ated tc have increased to Would improve if prices mew Plant. The two Grafton news-I to happen in the newspape, r realm, :2: SeSstOi 9 per hundred-weight. Th's' Thc-e are suggestions • Plnton against the building of the left the haying go hang for a couple to be materially changed during the iPers are charged by friends of thai so how in the name of common sense of hours to attend the doings in the next few weeks but some slackening, v .m per hundred-weight July 15. became stable. The ¢01 tmiclpal plant with lacing in the is a fellow to write SilJanettes. i City Park. As it were, they saTe:l a in industrial activity is quite possibl: T  • " flogs • [combing and clothing  organs, and various and sundry other he upward trend in "-- totahng 34 million p0u wiee of the power com,)any. [ It is bad for the liver, the digestlvei few pennies, at the cost of prob b'y later in the year. In the iron and . .. hog prices million under that for i many dollars, steel industry the seasonal slackening over a longer period than it did la,- The Geafton city council is p'o-  i There is this to say in thtl:, be- in activity is reported to be less tha-1 now m progress is likely to continuv rosined above that for any Dosing to erect a suitable building for I mechanisms of the hinnan body, v. half, however: Doings of such nature usual for June while in the aurora- summer. Peed conditions ,,, ^,,-__ 1923. The average the fire equipment. The old macbln-J get excited during the time of the as was staged in Park River las Fri bile industry somewhat more than th- bution' " of market" supplies during" .... uvrth ThisPr°ducerSwas estimutedin North to its power plant and the housing o I year when the mercury is contending day has practically become cx'.! € ; usual decline is reported. The money remainder of the present crop dozen years or more,will be scrapped] with the aeroplane pilots for altitude since cheap farmer glorificaVon Le- situation in June was easier than th year. practically the same JulY cry, which has been out of date for[records. And, somehow, I do not '"e ' . fac ols favor a more normal dlstTl- x:ts 29 eeml pr and Diesel engines installed. The seem able to wrestle out this column I came the vogue, s.) t,_e farmer couk P.. wens months with interest rates The pr,ce decline which comes 15 lew equipment, including the build-[ late fall following the summer rise hardly exp.ct it to , ii'en. V/i:e:'e:orc except on call loans slightly lower is expected to be more gradual ant 'H' without ruffling the feathers of myl e m.ayed home and made nay. titan the high levels of April an I smaller than that which occurrerx friends the ladies of the W. T. C.U.. Now, I wonder, wit, the Wa?sh C mty May. cost $77,000, according to es- which would not be gentlemanly, i1" Press get any falmer votes for oft]. General Price Level last fall since marketings are expect- LUTIIERAN of englneerS.is to Thbe paidC°st for]''theYces, should suff,?r serious consequen- cial newspaper nex year? led to be more normally distributed. Rev. J. N. Bordal 75 Per cen of the difference in / So let'€ ts . . The general level'of prices reccive-I Lambs earnfi gs of the present el  .... ik about something else by .h farmers June 15 at 135 p'er . . ' . day evening in our SaVior t  "t :laI t ;t am d " Einar Barge, who is pinch hitting x)t of. prewar prices was one poin Marketmgs of lambs during th. - Ialan and the new plant No bonds . --ne: i  . at the editorial desk of the estimabl. ,owq.. than on May 15 and 10 po r, :-,amacr o Jmy and first half or ST. PETER re to be issued. ] would regis- G"afton News.and Times pending h ;)u r .titan on Jmm 15 a year ago. te 1 2an:inst._are. ex acted to continue  NEW COMMANDMENTS" lall the mushy" stuff 'ghandedlati°n oagains departure for His Majesty's provinc h might decline of on(, pc-" cen"  - Y nDeral witaP increased suppll.e Sunday,Ge°reAugustSther'4. :' , ut by of British Columbia. is. methinks, m- ;li2! aviagf :?I; :heoatre.sub: ; iml liiiilsiin lxi\\;b f :h:gsth  8:00 p. m. The :  " newspapers, duly exercis.2d abou the suggestioh " ]r t . k : society will meet. FOR MOTORISTS TO OBSERV'I public officials and daily and weekly ic: ' a ,../ >As a contribution towards greater] )From listening to the usual oral or coming from friends of "the veeran "  • Y, c.)ttonseed, butcr log "a:-" ,. ' dtermined largely b .)onsored by the WiCk Of the Grea War thai; Walsh count-] w(,ol which too:'.2 than offset th, ze plospcc!.s f ol Wmtel .rang, su- Park River. Rev. O. Safety and more pleasant drivin con-/! rinted appeals to the farmer for his ought to hve a suitable monumen .Lg!£ i pjice, of potatoe.;, app!e axvl .. and Plmeo of feeds m the w;l_ speak. flition on the highways of the•com, suport in this, that. or the other dr- in honor of those who served in var- egs,. m No:'th Dakota the geuerV .'". store.s, and demand for feedm Refreshments scr'ed. taw tills summer the Ford Mor, recites, one gets tile impressio, the" mus capacities in th'e struggle to 'at'el ef farm l).-i(,s 1 .... ' mules. Receipt of in .... --" company has 1Lted twelve rules a.i tile farmer is pretty nearl faultless make the world safe fox" democracy. ..:w? ov.:]c 12. Prices pai:l m'od,,rr umg markcts were 16 nor .... -b - ' " .' zncx'ea,<?: ,,:,,"-'-, . ,.mas ar sere l to motorists and his dls. and that he has a monoply on all tile Mr• B.2rge, like thq x'est of (}rafb:)n. fox (xops lllCr(_,t.sf,(l fro!ll t111 ildox (:i i,, thax! in June, 1928 Willie tile O •M. Jorgenson, them to dealers Over tilt. virtues in the world. • .. . . " ' ........... s.,p I.-, ' ,-- ch BAPTIST is not against a peace nlollulxxcn_ 97 Jmle 15 [o 126 ,IM;, 1 I/.vcs'.oc-,: ..v., a slaughter wa's practical/5, Sunday, AuQns[: 4th. Announcement of the .suggestion I It's sickening, but it is being done. Of course not But now is not the pice< which showed an in:lax of 16; the same a' in June 1928. Morning wor,hip at and overdone Of course, the farmers tim. Taxes are high the taxpaye. June 15 remangd the v;ame July t5. There is little i.ossibility that priea ' - • Butter Wb'e scheo! at 12:00. made this week by Mills-Farui)1 have a majority of the votes in this is hard up, and so we mus2 wait until Wheat The Sunday school company, Ford dealers in this state, and the public officials an0 tims are better and taxes lower. for butter during July and August picnic on Sunday • their place of busines& [the newspapers they are serving u S'more balloney. If we are to eree next few weeks will b? determin..: Whlcn tl ch the levels of a year age at the park in Oraftolz will display the list prom-t ,o]itical aspirants need them. As for Ihe course of wheat prices*in t:a -' 'e ' These rules," said Mr Mllld ",| ........... ' • ! a monument to hose who last made largely by crop fo:'ecasts and marke: j-'U and 46.9 y a:':'agedcents for44"gAugustCents R-'f°x" Mid-weekEVening serviCeSservicesatwed8:ff$ ...... /wee atones for rural readers bec  the great sacrifice in the age-old ba- activities. Present indications are cel pts of butter at four principal mar- ing at 8:00• common sense as a lied ath,: " - ....... PP. to I they want more ubscribers, and  tle against ;reed and tyrany, we. tim/: the world supply of wheat i "-nowsUnVmg'all tverYof ,.._exp'erzenced, , of them ,,ant -' -=,u,,vt" ...... umcaS°mc might as well have done it ,low a: 'aising tim average price in the 7;29 d0;;i  ..... .  :st papers for the county. So the farm- ng June, 1929, amounted .,l Special music and self: however, that by statin€ ors get their bellies full of balloney 6 later. If Welsh county is to have world's market considerably abovv --'---'-^ pounds as compared wit ul Everybody cordially inl such a monument by gneral coopera- .,.z. uuu pounds June 1 a ve -: concisely and posting them from every direction, tion through taxation, it has to be in wheat prices during the next f... 82,322,000 pound. Cold storage hold-! Rev. James AnderSol they wlll come to the attentlo 11 that of tire pnt year. Fluctuation ..... s pnd a five-year average for June or METHODIST EPISCOI',tI done within the next three years. Is web, ks will no doubt be ','eater t".- ings in the Unl!ed States ' June 1.i Sunday morning at the great many motorists, we can s.l The faemer is not better, wiser o! there anyone who will contend that usual becnuse of bgqvy marketing. 0:30 a. m. them as to make a real more infallible than anyone else. tie our taxes will be lower next Year, or dye to the large carry-over in the towards great.r highway is made of th same clay as other ha- ewe years from 1,ow, or when it is United States tending to weaken til too late to make use of the state law market for sh(rt periods and reta*a. man beings. And he knows it. 8 twelve rules are: the speakers and the newspapers do l'OViding for world war l.ace menu- lug the full iespone to the prospec- l--ourteSYrights and comeSprivilegesfirSt.of othersC°nsider! not kid him any. Not as a rule. merit? If there is. this person is the tive world's upply and demand con- possessor of an ignorance so blissful ditions. • . ' But it has becom a habit thr2 it would be almost a crime i:) 2--Kee, your mine on your rivn 'o " to ko-. • rid anticipate sudd,.2n ',mergencies " to.w to the farmer and his anieipate disturb It. Frecar*s and estimates of produ TVIlyIAIL'' ,OlJ-- YOU 3Le.rn the "feel" of ha-i-::v ng youc"'"' wisnes, to uch. , a degree that it make tips in 10 countries including th control, i. exceedmg:y difficult for him to  United States which in 1928 produce- all traffic and parking keep abreast of the time, to e Taxes are levied largely to delta/ 40 per cent oaf the world's crop lndi- i where modern ideas and changed con- xpenses of community undertaking care to date reduction of about 10 ABOUT SeLLIN6 ,ditions make a change In Aim:,ci: within the ramification of political million bushels from that produce :# EGGS GN ,--Keep to tbo rigllt, and comply .necessary from time to time. And subdivisions• The modern trend is t in the same countries last year. Th road markings and signs. I the self-sufficiency and conceit th:: inevease public actirity in this mat,. area. of wheat in Canada wa,s ln- 8---Signal for stops and turn.-- Watch the car ahead. .efaiflsidlatry has ereated in some her. And in.eased activity means creased slightly but condtions to da WE PAID for Eggs Direct '/--Slow down at crossings schools !  y yed minds has done and .. increased expense on the ledger pag. in|cate a crop smaller thon ast yeor agerous places ' ' -,c.: a lot of harm b a  covering such activity. The histolT o; The southern hemisphere crop will b mgs.---"Never pass ears on hills, eurve,l lin'°r thethelastdifficultyanalysiS,in thTCaUasecuring trhi2s'a red, alliTereCiViliZedwlllCOuntrieSfrom timeWill tellto timeUS that.bt ua?onan importantduring thefaCt°rfallinandthewinterPrice bu.*Si- the farm GRADED as folio, 9---Adapt your drlvtng to road con-[ Sable complete cooperation of a-- ordered a standstill in further devel- t i. too em':v a make any defini*o dttion-rain ice soft spots and rut /l* cultural interests, opment of public enterprise, and the estimate of tte crop.  gen.'.al budget Will show but little The July 1 rop for North ' )f way" doesn'ttoo seriously.DaY to take the "righ,[ theThat'half.brotherand suspiciOn.of conceit.Suspici°n is uctuation. But as to a noticeable Dakota indicat,cse a reportdecrease of eve: Week Ending• July 5 'Average 24c llWhen you drive, remember the  decrea on the individual tax bib 47 million busheh in the all spring Week Ending July 12 Average 25c that Will only come when the rivers wheat crop in this state as compara Week Ending July 19 Average 26c times when you're a pedestrain. [ How vt!y different than the usua: run up'tream, wives Ash Wednesday with the 1928 production. This drop 12Know the law. It was passed celebration bunk were the speecne, comes on Good Friday and when all in wheat production is due not only Week Ending July 26 Ax erage 27c for your protection, delivered in Park River at the cream- the Early Chios are grown in unl- to the decrease of about 744 It is estimated that 20,000,000 per- cry openlng celebratlon last Friday . form size. acres of wheat but also to the low ns will tour on American highways Congressman Burtness, E. J. Talntoe Money sent for taxes is not wasted conditions on July 1. this summer. Recognition of the Charles Ommodt, and the messag money. Nor is tt, except in distress- Flax rights of others Wll! be essentlva, frorr. Senator Nye. The farmers e: ful times, necessarily good economy The acreage of flax in the Unite to cut a budget to the core. In spie States Juy 1 showed an increase ot We could hardly afford to do Otherwise with " USED CARS mean by from us knowing the Ice Simply you pay Is for the service that car will give. and nothing else. Our used-car depaxtment is based on a h'it of fair dealing. We would hardly care to risk our reputation by acting otherwise. Ceme In today and see some of ore" barph m unused transport&t/on. There axe several makes now on d/splgy. Model T Fords are thoroughly re.. eondltlonod, and carry a'*" tee. WHAT do we "solid values"? fiats: When you buy a mind hem us you pay Just wiut the ear is worth. There has been no infla- tion in the resale price to take care of an n- able trade.in allowance. The price of the new Ford Is very low, and the value high; there is ne lee-way for excess/re trade- In allowances. That is why you earn buy a  ear Mills Farup Auto Co. Park River Lankln of all the kicking on our "high 17•2 per cent over that harvested n taxes" there ls nobody who would ex- 1928. the indicated acreage of 1923 change former conditions for the re- being 3,092,000 compared with 2,638,- turn of their tax money. 000 acres in 1928. The steady ae- Who WOuld trade our improve : crease in flax acreage in North Daka- rOads for their price in his share f ta since 1924 was stopped this year their costs? Who would go back to nd an increase of 35 per cent was the school system of fifty Years ag indicated July 1. This means that in lieu of a refund of his tax money, for 1929 North Dakota farmers have And who WOUld consent to give u>. increased the acreage of flax about the comparatively expensive loca, 400.00 acres. The condition of flax selfgovernment of our political subdI- in the state July 1 of 70 per cent of visions in exchange for the less cost- normal indicates a production of ly (In dollars and cents)" centralize 9,181,000 bushels compared with 8,91,- it°rig-distance management of In'e- 000 bushels in 1928 and this estinme democracy days? will be decreased based on later con- dltions. But, says Mr. Berge, If we must Potatoes have a monument, let us be practica, In view of the re!atlvely short sup- and capitalize the sentiment for out plies from the second crop of early war.haves and get a new courthou potato producing states, it is prob.  rafton. It has been done h able that prices during the next few yays. weeks will be maintained at tl,; What a grand and glorious unsel...present or higher level. This should fishness ! continue until the northern state It's practical, says the Grafton begin to ship In September whea newspaper. But if we are going Lo lowe prices may be expected unless be practical, why not be completely production prospects change materi- so. We have a courthouse, asp eva . With the old relic for some years to n come. sheis, present condit/ons Indlc.ate a , late crop of 348 m/Ilion bushels :,e Why, then, spend money needlessly, about 60 million bushels less than Why not be real econom/cal. Grafto|,. ?ast year. The average prlc receiea has no city hall. As a matter or by producers of Potatoes in Nor*.h fact, it has no communal build/rig f Dakota June 15 was 20 cents Jar any kind, not even to lodge its fire bushel. Thls was estimated to ,. department, or a murdclpal sPitoon, Increased to 25 cents Per bushel luly if the city owns such furniture. Why 5th. not take the monument money and V.e.f Cattle 7 build improvident Grafton a city hall I Fresent indications are that prices If some such thlng must be done t for fed cattle will continue their get Grafton's consent to the erection seasonal advance but a further deelin of a soldiers' monument, let's o. 'is expected in grass slaughter cattle If You Took Less Than These Prices for --UngradedYou Lost Money Bring Eggs to Us and Get the Money Today, July 31 Poultry is a Little No. l Springs 20 Leghorn Springs 16 Heavy Hens 19 Light Hens 15 Roosters 10 No. 2 Pouhry Sc Less Cream Prices Firm ... 42--400 Phone 330 l}eSoto tinues to be irregular abnormal as compared few years. June worked gradually of egg have not and th,e movement intO not shown the normal dinzrily expected in JU e" markets have not been ing the past month and declined. The situation arded as steady, sized birds. Wool Stocks of wool in mestic markets are as last year but the inactive with rm merit in the woolen N.