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Week r COUNTY PRES Separating the Farmer Bath Alias and Alibi Hot Wind Beats Hot Air A Cuss for Cinderella The Minnesota Shift A day later the Farm Board *&apos;n- a fit over the excel nounced that there would b2 ,,.I, ....... . lent crop and tn lnoLey for any farm organization f),-,/::eavy lUSh of graul expected from i oh, ever so long a time! Tile Whe\\;,'t "mis fail. The crop will be so i'l. I Iool needs money to btlild elevutnr, mense that there will !] :);ohId the whea, t, or else ther: ;s :,o[ cars to carry it or elel::ttoi7 2'I u'' i ) :. - the Watel in the World c'm'tIt ),, ....... , o to no) , ,.ae a pool ,'=,le: there i. o,ill,narkZ oT2n?,? ,,e a b.,, on ti, ' , -- -u u',c price of wh,at feb ? Not a nickel till you ar= mecs get together. Then, for being good boys, you have the Unheralded privilege of borrowin money. Alexander Legge and the other le- of the Farm Board are the optimists. Not only the f.axmel s the union" but they say that between pools, bureaus, grmges and unions must cea;e. Fo)" instance in South St. Paul the Farm- ers Union Commission Compan and the Central Co-Operative assoiatlon] ft'e competing for the farnler's ]ive-] stock business. The Farm Board ] holds that sort of thing must stop. I The two concerns both claiming to be co-operatives must unite. If they/ do not? They get not a single bite] t of the 500 mlllton mellon. That l bhould make them behave because now they have managed to get ,' without a dolla from the They were here and do- business even before the Hoover administration and like as not in their] alU}tsh farmer way they'll be sticklngl ,r0und after its gone t " For cloe to a century the farmers aUd thelr friend have been trying to ] orw, nlze. The result has been a mere m)ltlpl [n of farm organizations of| various hues and .;tripes. The old| -Equity Co-operative Exchange is  ! alr sample of most of the eoopvra-[ tires. It had a lm'ge membership ant, aetua.]y belped to get both membernl d non-members a better price. Bttt] load wa all on the members, t paid tE'e duo an:l fote the[ when a lo rome. The outsidml took the benefl' an ) .s d  aid nothing tlppoe 50 per cent of tile .Drin I whe, t farmers organize in compliance  wi,h the request of the Farm Board.] $he lntere-t and for the chance tha:. | may drop na Icav t.hem the bag. They benefit in g'at,- I a better price--and so does the By SAM'L HILL--- ! ! earth p hokl i(. Callada. Imney to it Whea Pool t') loanedbuil  three eent. aft 2r lm viewed with - . :./,,,,1 :lie eomin00 ava,anctle "-=''*""')" elevators and our govm'nment shou:d He be.onps to the Federal Reserv TIlE WEEK him from ralsinp; more wh,at next fdo the same But will it? Th,e Farip oard that helped deflate ae-ricuJttu'e By Sam'! llill lira, kin the H " [ year. He. will. try sonic other grain l Board Inav after " -" . . ...... . g . or:;e Drink I poll wnlen there is no fop tc ha, -. .. . thinking it Over (,, ) ),, 92 n  ..... . -,- : and Hs Legatees Lalo. Evelw bushel of wheat ua,,21 Ir the I,umers have become nmm-" make ane2(;s!] ps he lsl trying to nnat lilt tile E-uit ) 'vF,re alc 11  ))" - " t  " I uers oI one orga'liz%tion , .... , - . -,w ov inflatino t,, "  #  ' * u uut, Slclers , , * , iv Will aa3') ClO3 He ," " "*' Forcing Outsiders 1-',' .. . " [nlae the horse drink .. 1. feels Just he a Bo-  ..... : A R;nnle e- ')- D'f,'"" l, ou. may nave noticed that George/ .n,noh ............. " ef{er doing tlis daq ..... " ......  2= ., "" ..... ", !,. *ores, of the North Datot - ,,,,. , ! ....... o,,y uugn LO recall Cruel:- L   , " # uue good deed. 1 ,no eou. s Good Deed ]!:9ol clapped his hands in cllldlgng;t/'sher who came to North Dakota orZ';:le sa, s he ,s not go, ng ,o Th-- ,'---. . (ver toe Farm Relief law and called |in 1922 with a slogan of "+ *- _  .  mr repeal of the 18th amena- i " y are no, omy going to lead lit the ."greatest ever" He was ,,- [Bread" t ................ o vmr: mont. He prefers to keel . . e horse to waer, but they are go-/mature by 24 I- .....  ..... .''l. ............... -e surplus. }t; i, , ....... I on seaxeh- ng tO make him drink! No force I .............. m lllS rejoicing. / is on the front pages now throwin-. 9,;v:Urfru n at the bottom of a well. wm oe use no nose will be lnserted  ........ . - ....... l,' mecl 1LS all oil well. i between the" aznhnal's gritted teeth o1 )f *veu''l'-I-,l" . " get the moisture down him. Neax;-[  arm Board Faces I. r_. .... -.-- -: .... . ........ ! everybody is standing around on tip:l - - i- .....  *mpman laslzs  . .toe waiting to see it done. The[   lorse is going to imbibe freely and[ v , j voluntarily even ff water is repugnant  to him. He is going to take it who- I i he wants ,t r not. ! : Nobody is kidding you. That, n9 ] . less, is ,what the Hoover Farm Board lk] anounces as its program. It holds E[I tlp a JUICy mellon of half a billion /] i " dollaxs and it says to the farmer Or- !] gale or not one cent do you get, T l:i:<::.?.. 2a make it stronger the Board makes it  mer organizes the money Will be a _ -" "'}m,s LOAN well secured and at a good ra+e ,, .... ^anuer Legem. .... -xn,mg'/:cgk:::::. :W  I interest. As an inducement to or- v0tl thot- ,,f .-..*u ....... be"" : ....... t'u C.nosen t)y t'resident ti..c) ...... __ , . _' ', "" '. teague .......... x-mlg mor  2: ,,,{crests ot amer,can acricuhure TI  "-'-" () mae up, the -Fc,teraI Farm t/oard " o,,, paase ot ancuhural ,ldeav,,,, .,_ , ,,,e, were. selected with great care ,,u"--' cache--' ded,cated t ,-.J. t,o tnn ts clc_ctcd to rlrcsfnt the wheat inl:rt2t: xp rt The Federal Farm Board has been have in form organizations, an.l launched on its mission of establish-I building not for the present onIy, ............................................ mg relief and stability for American but for nex year and tile nex de- PISEK NEWS agriculture. It is backed by a re- cade." 'olving fund of $500,000,000. The 2:he Farm Relief Board is in con- Miszes Irene N'el!i, and Agnes L> board's major accomplishment at its tinuous session m its temporary quar- vcik and Mary Jelinek attended the organization meeting last Monday w3 cers in the Mayflower Hotel. ,'ereat a GrandFor%July 17th to to appoint a secretary. He is Chrls .lexander Legge, former Presiden 22nd. L. Christenson. head of the coopera-l of the International Haxvester Corn-' M;izs Florence Kadlec arrived home bye division of the Bureau of Agrl-::a:ly, w.h.o was designated as Chair. , last Saturday afte -. cu/turM Economies of tile Agriculture i(,;:2 in Ills a!mint.ment, said tlle prob-I W'eeks at the C er Spen.amg severa*. Department. .. ,, eon,ronmg ( was so w.st tha'lGrafton . enan home at. Prestden Hoover. in outlining his (llo oo'trq( - .) ..... .,,-,<.d t:) .:',,ceeu'  ' smw.v ' ' Mr. and' M's . . p(?licy, left it to the bOard to deal Se(uet:.ry of Aarict!tur, tt-vd., ,.,:  . , l.. WHham Sobohk -.. with problems as they deemed wise. cated the who'll m.aho . " .-- '"=..' cmiren' Leonard and Lili.-, .I .. ,,a -- " " , ...... It llabIlral ) erl f ,o.._  " ..,,1.t, ll]O[ol-- He pointed oug there is no "magic wcula not receive nmeh consideratio(, "hi" 2.a n.e on Pnday. "" , a*u lvlr's. I-fenry Dvorak all',. Wand" to bring instant surcease to the planters' woes mltil a member to represent thor children, Her/riette, Marie and Her The Presiden said: branch of farming had been appoint- man me - "I am deeply re]pressed with the eft on the board. He pointed out tha: ! do.. ' to red to Grand Forks on Frl- me reslaent was having difficulty in ] "..'. responsibilities which lie before you. semetmg a wheat man because of dis- Tf.._nf , Kadler, Jr., left for Grafto- Your fundamental purpose must be agrelnen between the wheat graln -ursoay where he underwent a:-: to determine the fact and to fin.l elevator men and the wheat pool fac- operation at the Deaconess hospital. solution to a multitude of agricul- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Alber Barca and so_, Albert. Jr., motored to Park River on rural problems, among them to an- It is expected that as soon as a Saturday. just more nearly production to wheat representative is named the need. to create permanent business boa&d will immediately appoint a A wang ad m tbe Welsh C,u_::V institutions for marketing which, commodity council and through this Press will sell shallwried beand soCntrlledwisely by the farmerS,devised an:l operatives.rganizatin will make loans to co- wish to dispose of. any arcicle you might soundly foundecl aUd well managed, that they,-by efftlng economlc. Besides the Chairman, the Farm : ..... Board is now composed of the follow- ..%.o.bO.F.Io.g.Og..b..%...t '**a*a'**'"%g'O***"b)u"b*'*'.**o'.u..*oum.. ........ -- end giving such stability, will grow tng me. James C. Stone.. of Lexing- : ')'7"--''-'- --'-=---- .... --' in strength over tile years o come. on Ky.. representing tobacco: Carl ..u Throcgh these effort.s we nlay es Williams. of Oklahoma City, repre- o -"" 'a''l"*t%%'t'%#"'b"'t'''q"l''t''t": "' iabllsh to the farmer an equal op- sent.ing cotton: C. B. Denman. of g, partunity in our economic system Farmington. Mo.. representing live-  wlti other industry. stock; C. C. Teagu.e. of Los Angele:. , "I know there is not a thinking spokesman for the fruit interests; Se- farmm, who does not realize all this cretary of Agriculture Arthur 5,f. : eamlot be accomplished by a maglc Hyde, geneal spokesman for the Farm .. wand or an overnight action. Real Board; W. I. Ochilling, of St p, o.u n.stitutions arc not built that way. Minn.. representative of dairying In- . **u If we are to succeed it will be by teresk: and Charles Wilson. former;)- " by strengthening the foundation Secretary of Agriculture of the St at . ,nd th initiative which we aiready' of New York. "" Very Latests . $$ o + BO per cnt outside who carry no load. I ":' .. There t!as alway s been that prob- ,t, ]em 01 the tdlow who stayed out-[ By Cecile . * sle. If the Farm Board reqtfires . A smart mid-summc;r mode---and one--i adontin . . I I(D: cent organization," the loan t ideal for the last days f ,,m, I_ y rg them fm ar wn* it mke to the spring wheat raiser h . .. . o ........ --, cotton spors suits Its . , e lp'lllored suit en'=em , ,o,) ....  ' because th%" , . , . , bL .,,,,u u v a ! are so sucy, a:ld also so co ' iS not an immediate Prospect VCh"' 7tconll one oI the new and bawitch-]llcy are at.tached to nanti)nv'?en,, ' the' fa.n., r wanted----nnt what" he w!" [ ........ s ............. i--- Yet get after the Farm Board n,,:'! T .............. {are also tailored. . ,,t:e are c e haa In plain color [ Kna e:,, .... [.:* 'fooling around is a system thatw';:',r I.gured. crossbarred or checke., / Knitted costumes :. get the outsider and without the us- Modern art and color have contribu- are to p-'ay an important part in fat *" ) u Pure Silk of any bribe or promised loan It t ed much to the patterns, and gives , . simple, effective and it will rtric, us erything from circus scenes t-. production, sky-scraper angles and vistas. I Coal miners in the Ea,.:t know the " The smart little suit illustrated fea- ,$ ch'2ck-off system. When each ma  "ures pique in a sleeveless dress with ] *I. gets his check there is deducted fro::) x'eL, cw and green printed calico coa, ' It by the comp-.ny treasurer th' ano a matching hat in yellow an . amount of hts Union dues. So man grc,an. The coat is quilted and tail- Would stay outside the Union and stir! or-stitched at all the edges. ] couect onmn wages if they couI:l. Over the whlte tennis or elf frock ] The check-off system puts all on a a coat of quilted pique inga pastl level. That is the equalization fee. hade harmonizing witI the gay of grain to market pays his 8 cents a tremeIy effective, and l'.esents one in] bushel which is deducted from t'; trim attire for less active momenL] prlc& That represents his Union dues spent at the Country Club. I which are used to carry the cost of I Trouser Blouses are In 1 his surplus wheat abroad. The more[ For the short JackeL suit--those, l* wheat he hauld to market, the bigger rakish lisle trousm blouses! Eveoael the fee per bushel. That will check t wire loves a smart touchad a safe O'Brien & Ren00le tl CONFECTION RY I., E REST URANT s them w,m one-piece dresses and wi*hl, m .... .,uany g os a smart Jacket] Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Soft Drinks "e Wla a notched collartall fashion. + Pr/nted Velvet for Raioats 1 All leading Magazines and Sunday Papers Another interesting departure for/* fall Will be the raincoat o ' - -| v prmtea Park River, N.D. e!vet--a far cry from the Old Utility! rutmer coats aecoming to no-- - t* nO, ce 1 X plsed by all - Aren't ...... ", =" theae dressier modeis u eager to sec, 1 Bring Your C, To The Creamery And -Get All It's We are deeply grateful to the dairy and women o[ the community for the support (hey have given us since e opened business. We shall do our best to m fidence. We want to assure the farmers of County that they will always be paid the market price for butterfat hen they bring cream to us. They will get every penny is worth. Ask your drocery man for--- GOLDEN VALLEY BUTTER I(is made'by us of the purest County Cream and costs" no more, There Is No Substitute For Good Golden Valley Cr( J. Dierkhising, Hanager he of the roof Pudding- is in the eating. The proof that we are the finest printers in town is in the finished product. Just give us a chance on your next job of print- ing and you will be astonished at the fine, ar- tistic results. Our estimates are extremly low -- our deliveries prompt. We are well equipped to print any. thing from an admission ticket, or a handbill to a complete brochure. Let us take .care of your printing problems., we can save you time and money. Walsh O0unty Press Phone 16 Park Ri, , N. D.. .r Week r COUNTY PRES Separating the Farmer Bath Alias and Alibi Hot Wind Beats Hot Air A Cuss for Cinderella The Minnesota Shift A day later the Farm Board *'n- a fit over the excel nounced that there would b2 ,,.I, ....... . lent crop and tn lnoLey for any farm organization f),-,/::eavy lUSh of graul expected from i oh, ever so long a time! Tile Whe\\;,'t "mis fail. The crop will be so i'l. I Iool needs money to btlild elevutnr, mense that there will !] :);ohId the whea, t, or else ther: ;s :,o[ cars to carry it or elel::ttoi7 2'I u'' i ) :. - the Watel in the World c'm'tIt ),, ....... , o to no) , ,.ae a pool ,'=,le: there i. o,ill,narkZ oT2n?,? ,,e a b.,, on ti, ' , -- -u u',c price of wh,at feb ? Not a nickel till you ar= mecs get together. Then, for being good boys, you have the Unheralded privilege of borrowin money. Alexander Legge and the other le- of the Farm Board are the optimists. Not only the f.axmel s the union" but they say that between pools, bureaus, grmges and unions must cea;e. Fo)" instance in South St. Paul the Farm- ers Union Commission Compan and the Central Co-Operative assoiatlon] ft'e competing for the farnler's ]ive-] stock business. The Farm Board ] holds that sort of thing must stop. I The two concerns both claiming to be co-operatives must unite. If they/ do not? They get not a single bite] t of the 500 mlllton mellon. That l bhould make them behave because now they have managed to get ,' without a dolla from the They were here and do- business even before the Hoover administration and like as not in their] alU}tsh farmer way they'll be sticklngl ,r0und after its gone t " For cloe to a century the farmers aUd thelr friend have been trying to ] orw, nlze. The result has been a mere m)ltlpl [n of farm organizations of| various hues and .;tripes. The old| -Equity Co-operative Exchange is  ! alr sample of most of the eoopvra-[ tires. It had a lm'ge membership ant, aetua.]y belped to get both membernl d non-members a better price. Bttt] load wa all on the members, t paid tE'e duo an:l fote the[ when a lo rome. The outsidml took the benefl' an ) .s d  aid nothing tlppoe 50 per cent of tile .Drin I whe, t farmers organize in compliance  wi,h the request of the Farm Board.] $he lntere-t and for the chance tha:. | may drop na Icav t.hem the bag. They benefit in g'at,- I a better price--and so does the By SAM'L HILL--- ! ! earth p hokl i(. Callada. Imney to it Whea Pool t') loanedbuil  three eent. aft 2r lm viewed with - . :./,,,,1 :lie eomin00 ava,anctle "-=''*""')" elevators and our govm'nment shou:d He be.onps to the Federal Reserv TIlE WEEK him from ralsinp; more wh,at next fdo the same But will it? Th,e Farip oard that helped deflate ae-ricuJttu'e By Sam'! llill lira, kin the H " [ year. He. will. try sonic other grain l Board Inav after " -" . . ...... . g . or:;e Drink I poll wnlen there is no fop tc ha, -. .. . thinking it Over (,, ) ),, 92 n  ..... . -,- : and Hs Legatees Lalo. Evelw bushel of wheat ua,,21 Ir the I,umers have become nmm-" make ane2(;s!] ps he lsl trying to nnat lilt tile E-uit ) 'vF,re alc 11  ))" - " t  " I uers oI one orga'liz%tion , .... , - . -,w ov inflatino t,, "  #  ' * u uut, Slclers , , * , iv Will aa3') ClO3 He ," " "*' Forcing Outsiders 1-',' .. . " [nlae the horse drink .. 1. feels Just he a Bo-  ..... : A R;nnle e- ')- D'f,'"" l, ou. may nave noticed that George/ .n,noh ............. " ef{er doing tlis daq ..... " ......  2= ., "" ..... ", !,. *ores, of the North Datot - ,,,,. , ! ....... o,,y uugn LO recall Cruel:- L   , " # uue good deed. 1 ,no eou. s Good Deed ]!:9ol clapped his hands in cllldlgng;t/'sher who came to North Dakota orZ';:le sa, s he ,s not go, ng ,o Th-- ,'---. . (ver toe Farm Relief law and called |in 1922 with a slogan of "+ *- _  .  mr repeal of the 18th amena- i " y are no, omy going to lead lit the ."greatest ever" He was ,,- [Bread" t ................ o vmr: mont. He prefers to keel . . e horse to waer, but they are go-/mature by 24 I- .....  ..... .''l. ............... -e surplus. }t; i, , ....... I on seaxeh- ng tO make him drink! No force I .............. mlllS rejoicing. / is on the front pages now throwin-. 9,;v:Urfru n at the bottom of a well. wm oe use no nose will be lnserted  ........ . - ....... l,' mecl 1LS all oil well. i between the" aznhnal's gritted teeth o1 )f *veu''l'-I-,l" . " get the moisture down him. Neax;-[  arm Board Faces I. r_. .... -.-- -: .... . ........ ! everybody is standing around on tip:l - - i- .....  *mpman laslzs  . .toe waiting to see it done. The[   lorse is going to imbibe freely and[ v , j voluntarily even ff water is repugnant  to him. He is going to take it who- I i he wants ,t r not. ! : Nobody is kidding you. That, n9 ] . less, is ,what the Hoover Farm Board lk] anounces as its program. It holds E[I tlp a JUICy mellon of half a billion /] i " dollaxs and it says to the farmer Or- !] gale or not one cent do you get, T l:i:<::.?.. 2a make it stronger the Board makes it  mer organizes the money Will be a _ -" "'}m,s LOAN well secured and at a good ra+e ,, .... ^anuer Legem. .... -xn,mg'/:cgk:::::. :W  I interest. As an inducement to or- v0tl thot- ,,f .-..*u ....... be"" : ....... t'u C.nosen t)y t'resident ti..c) ...... __ , . _' ', "" '. teague .......... x-mlg mor  2: ,,,{crests ot amer,can acricuhure TI  "-'-" () mae up, the -Fc,teraI Farm t/oard " o,,, paase ot ancuhural ,ldeav,,,, .,_ , ,,,e, were. selected with great care ,,u"--' cache--' ded,cated t ,-.J. t,o tnn ts clc_ctcd to rlrcsfnt the wheat inl:rt2t: xp rt The Federal Farm Board has been have in form organizations, an.l launched on its mission of establish-I building not for the present onIy, ............................................ mg relief and stability for American but for nex year and tile nex de- PISEK NEWS agriculture. It is backed by a re- cade." 'olving fund of $500,000,000. The 2:he Farm Relief Board is in con- Miszes Irene N'el!i, and Agnes L> board's major accomplishment at its tinuous session m its temporary quar- vcik and Mary Jelinek attended the organization meeting last Monday w3 cers in the Mayflower Hotel. ,'ereat a GrandFor%July 17th to to appoint a secretary. He is Chrls .lexander Legge, former Presiden 22nd. L. Christenson. head of the coopera-l of the International Haxvester Corn-' M;izs Florence Kadlec arrived home bye division of the Bureau of Agrl-::a:ly, w.h.o was designated as Chair. , last Saturday afte -. cu/turM Economies of tile Agriculture i(,;:2 in Ills a!mint.ment, said tlle prob-I W'eeks at the C er Spen.amg severa*. Department. .. ,, eon,ronmg ( was so w.st tha'lGrafton . enan home at. Prestden Hoover. in outlining his (llo oo'trq( - .) ..... .,,-,<.d t:) .:',,ceeu'  ' smw.v ' ' Mr. and' M's . . p(?licy, left it to the bOard to deal Se(uet:.ry of Aarict!tur, tt-vd., ,.,:  . , l.. WHham Sobohk -.. with problems as they deemed wise. cated the who'll m.aho . " .-- '"=..' cmiren' Leonard and Lili.-, .I .. ,,a -- " " , ...... It llabIlral ) erl f ,o.._  " ..,,1.t, ll]O[ol-- He pointed oug there is no "magic wcula not receive nmeh consideratio(, "hi" 2.a n.e on Pnday. "" , a*u lvlr's. I-fenry Dvorak all',. Wand" to bring instant surcease to the planters' woes mltil a member to represent thor children, Her/riette, Marie and Her The Presiden said: branch of farming had been appoint- man me - "I am deeply re]pressed with the eft on the board. He pointed out tha: ! do.. ' to red to Grand Forks on Frl- me reslaent was having difficulty in ] "..'. responsibilities which lie before you. semetmg a wheat man because of dis- Tf.._nf , Kadler, Jr., left for Grafto- Your fundamental purpose must be agrelnen between the wheat graln -ursoay where he underwent a:-: to determine the fact and to fin.l elevator men and the wheat pool fac- operation at the Deaconess hospital. solution to a multitude of agricul- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Alber Barca and so_, Albert. Jr., motored to Park River on rural problems, among them to an- It is expected that as soon as a Saturday. just more nearly production to wheat representative is named the need. to create permanent business boa&d will immediately appoint a A wang ad m tbe Welsh C,u_::V institutions for marketing which, commodity council and through this Press will sell shallwried beand soCntrlledwisely by the farmerS,devised an:l operatives.rganizatin will make loans to co- wish to dispose of. any arcicle you might soundly foundecl aUd well managed, that they,-by efftlng economlc. Besides the Chairman, the Farm : ..... Board is now composed of the follow- ..%.o.bO.F.Io.g.Og..b..%...t '**a*a'**'"%g'O***"b)u"b*'*'.**o'.u..*oum.. ........ -- end giving such stability, will grow tng me. James C. Stone.. of Lexing- : ')'7"--''-'- --'-=---- .... --' in strength over tile years o come. on Ky.. representing tobacco: Carl ..u Throcgh these effort.s we nlay es Williams. of Oklahoma City, repre- o -"" 'a''l"*t%%'t'%#"'b"'t'''q"l''t''t": "' iabllsh to the farmer an equal op- sent.ing cotton: C. B. Denman. of g, partunity in our economic system Farmington. Mo.. representing live-  wlti other industry. stock; C. C. Teagu.e. of Los Angele:. , "I know there is not a thinking spokesman for the fruit interests; Se- farmm, who does not realize all this cretary of Agriculture Arthur 5,f. : eamlot be accomplished by a maglc Hyde, geneal spokesman for the Farm .. wand or an overnight action. Real Board; W. I. Ochilling, of St p, o.u n.stitutions arc not built that way. Minn.. representative of dairying In- . **u If we are to succeed it will be by teresk: and Charles Wilson. former;)- " by strengthening the foundation Secretary of Agriculture of the St at . ,nd th initiative which we aiready' of New York. "" Very Latests . $$ o + BO per cnt outside who carry no load. I ":' .. There t!as alway s been that prob- ,t, ]em 01 the tdlow who stayed out-[ By Cecile . * sle. If the Farm Board reqtfires . A smart mid-summc;r mode---and one--i adontin . . I I(D: cent organization," the loan t ideal for the last days f ,,m, I_ y rg them fm ar wn* it mke to the spring wheat raiser h . .. . o ........ --, cotton spors suits Its . , e lp'lllored suit en'=em , ,o,) ....  ' because th%" , . , . , bL .,,,,u u v a ! are so sucy, a:ld also so co ' iS not an immediate Prospect VCh"' 7tconll one oI the new and bawitch-]llcy are at.tached to nanti)nv'?en,, ' the' fa.n., r wanted----nnt what" he w!" [ ........ s ............. i--- Yet get after the Farm Board n,,:'! T .............. {are also tailored. . ,,t:e are c e haa In plain color [ Kna e:,, .... [.:* 'fooling around is a system thatw';:',r I.gured. crossbarred or checke., / Knitted costumes :. get the outsider and without the us- Modern art and color have contribu- are to p-'ay an important part in fat *" ) u Pure Silk of any bribe or promised loan It t ed much to the patterns, and gives , . simple, effective and it will rtric, us erything from circus scenes t-. production, sky-scraper angles and vistas. I Coal miners in the Ea,.:t know the " The smart little suit illustrated fea- ,$ ch'2ck-off system. When each ma  "ures pique in a sleeveless dress with ] *I. gets his check there is deducted fro::) x'eL, cw and green printed calico coa, ' It by the comp-.ny treasurer th' ano a matching hat in yellow an . amount of hts Union dues. So man grc,an. The coat is quilted and tail- Would stay outside the Union and stir! or-stitched at all the edges. ] couect onmn wages if they couI:l. Over the whlte tennis or elf frock ] The check-off system puts all on a a coat of quilted pique inga pastl level. That is the equalization fee. hade harmonizing witI the gay of grain to market pays his 8 cents a tremeIy effective, and l'.esents one in] bushel which is deducted from t'; trim attire for less active momenL] prlc& That represents his Union dues spent at the Country Club. I which are used to carry the cost of I Trouser Blouses are In 1 his surplus wheat abroad. The more[ For the short JackeL suit--those, l* wheat he hauld to market, the bigger rakish lisle trousm blouses! Eveoael the fee per bushel. That will check t wire loves a smart touchad a safe O'Brien & Ren00le tl CONFECTION RY I., E REST URANT s them w,m one-piece dresses and wi*hl, m .... .,uany g os a smart Jacket] Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Soft Drinks "e Wla a notched collartall fashion. + Pr/nted Velvet for Raioats 1 All leading Magazines and Sunday Papers Another interesting departure for/* fall Will be the raincoat o ' - -| v prmtea Park River, N.D. e!vet--a far cry from the Old Utility! rutmer coats aecoming to no-- - t* nO, ce 1 X plsed by all - Aren't ...... ", =" theae dressier modeis u eager to sec, 1 Bring Your C, To The Creamery And -Get All It's We are deeply grateful to the dairy and women o[ the community for the support (hey have given us since e opened business. We shall do our best to m fidence. We want to assure the farmers of County that they will always be paid the market price for butterfat hen they bring cream to us. They will get every penny is worth. 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