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WEEKLY WEATHER REPORT. The fore part of the past week was quite coid, the tem perature going' near the frost line in most parts of the state, and light frost is reported from quite a number of places, but were damaging only to corn, potatoes and gardens. It is not thought that any of the small grain was injured at all, although it was expected that flax would be badly nipped. The latter part of the week was warm, with light showers in most sections, and very favorable for crops of all kinds. Wheat is still doing well, although in most sections it is in need of rain. In some few places it is turning yellow, and most fields are very weedy, but the late cool weather retarded the growth of the weeds while it favored the growth of grain, and as it now covers the ground, it is probable that it will soon crowd out many of the •weeds. Wheat on tall plowing is doing better than that on spring plowing and is not so weedy. Oats, rye and barley are doing well the latter is still being sown, but the growth has not been as rapid as should have been, on account of the cool weather, and most of the fields are behind the season. Flax seeding is still in progress, although most of the crop was in some time ago. That sown early is up and doing well that sown late, where not favored by heavy showers, has not yet germinated, and will not without rain. Corn is still behind the season in many places it was in jured by the recent frosts and it has been retarded by the cool weather, but the few warm dajs of the past week made a decided improvement in it. It is, as a general thing, quite uneven, and in some instances that planted lately is in advance of the earlier planted. Grass is still doing well, but is in need of rain, especially in the eastern portions, where it is making slow progress, except on low land. BENSON—Leeds—Good growing weather, with light showers fore part of week wheat on summer fallow and fall plowing weedy. Oberon— Weather continues favorable light showers past week grain looks fine. BURLEIGH—Cromwell—Fine weather frequent showers, with some high winds Some are still seeding flax grain growing rapidly. Fran cis—Light showers and warm weather have made crops grow rapidly grain looks very good. CASS—Watson—Frost on ths 12th damaged corn, potatoes and garden stuff potatoes were cut to the ground flax apparently not injured. Wild Rice—Hay and grain look pretty fair yet, but rain is needed soon or there will be a decline in crops. Buffalo—Weather is favor able and all crops are doing nicely. Casselton—First half of week cool, with light showers and light frost on the 10th, doing no damage last half of week warm and dry all crops doing well. Ayr- -Weather dry and hot, with cool nights light frost, but no damage from it grasshoppers have appeared and are doing some damage. CAVALIER—South Dresden Cool weather fore part of week did not' seem to check the growth of anything flax-fa about all sown and that up looks promising. DICKEY—Fullerton—Light frost in some places morning of the 11th did but very little damage good growing weather for all kinds of grain, but corn is backward heavy showers during the week did much good. Monango—Fine growing weather for all small grain corn somewhat slow crops generally are looking good. EMMONS—Dakem—Heavy frost last Wednesday night it cannot yet be told how much damage was done. Hampton—Grass and all crops are at a standstill now for want of rain. FOSTER—Barlow—All crops doing finely rain would be of benefit in starting late sown grain. GRAND FORKS—Reynolds—Crops look well, but are badly in need of rain two light frosts for* part of week. Thompson—The past week was cool and dry, and crops have not made any growth to speak of some fields are turning yellow some are very weedy rain is needed. Bentru—Fair weather the past week, with light showers and alight frost on the 10th crops look good. Orr—The past week has been all that oould be asked for crops of all kinds growing well standing of crops is not up to the season most crops are clean and free from weeds. Cable—Seeding all done crops look well, but need rain. GRIGGS—Binford—Weather fine all the week, but cold at nights all crops look good. Gallatin—Crops continue to look well a good rain is needed soon. LAMOURE—Griswold—Crops in this vicinity are first-class. Berlin— Early sown grain all looking fine corn all up some millet to sow yet flax abont all in. McHENRY—Balfour—The past week was warm, with several showers flax seeding about finished good prospects for all crops. McINTOSH—Lehr—Crops are looking good, but are late for the sea son we need rain. Wishek—The past week has been very favorable to crops a few showers and warmer weather late flax up and grain of all kinds looks fine. McLEAN—Washburn—Crops doing finely seeding of flax about fin ished. MORTON—Sweet Briar—Crops are doing well light frost did some damage to corn and potatoes. New Salem—Wheat generally covers the ground and is growing fast other grain doing well grass excel lent. Glen Ullin—Crops growing slowly light frost during the week, but did little damage. PEMBINA—Crystal—Crops doing well rain needed on sandy soil. Hamilton—It still keeps dry and we need rain badly late sown grain, meadows and potatoes are at a standstill early sown grain is looking well where not weedy much barley and flax is still being sown. Glasston—Weather very dry and crops on spring plowing are begin ning to suffer light frost on the 10th, but heavy enough to injure even garden stuff. Walhalla—Crops looking fine one shower during week, still more rain would promote conditions. Bathgate—Weather has been cool and dry rain is needed for late grain. PIERCE—Rugby—Weather warm and threatening rain at times crons never looked better. RAMSEY—Jackson—Seeding of flax and millet about finished wheat oats and barley look fairly well rain is needed badly, especially for hay crop. Benzion -Weather favorable for props, whluh Are looking verv well rain would be very beneficial, %ANSOM—Enderlin—Grain of all kinds looks fine: late sown grain need* rain. Miller—The past week has been favorable for crops, ex cept corn, which needs warmer weather. Lisbon—Light showers, with cool weather, is favorable for crops seeding of flax and millet about finished. Buttzville--Light rain the past week weather very cool crops look flue. Plymouth—Frost morning of 11th killed corn and potatoes and also garden stuff. RICHLAND— Wahpeton—Weather generally cool and favorable for small grain light frost is reported, but did no damage. Galchutt— Weather cool fore part of week, followed by warmer latter part crops doing well, but need rain. Barrie—Grain uneven flax and corn backward severe frost on night of 10th rain is needed. Hankinson —Crops on the point of suffering for wast of moisture frost on the 10th hurt corn and potatoes. SARGENT—Harlem—All small grain looks fine light frost on 11th did but littie damage to corn and potatoes. Fortuan—A11 grain in fine condition the cool weather has kept corn back no damage by frost. STEELE— Finley—First of week dry, with cool nights rain would be very acceptable now corn very backward late sown grain veiy poor STUTSM AN—Jamestown—Light rain the beginning of the week grain that is up, growing well, but a good rain is needed to keep up growth. Piogree—There has been a steady improvement in crops light show ers the fore part of week were followed by two light frosts, but no damage occurred here. TOWNER—Crocus—Crops are growing very fast and may yet get the best of the weeds light showers past week helped grain. TRAILL—Cummings—Weather continues dry all small grain is suffer ing for rain quite a frost fore part of week, cutting down potatoes grass is drying out. Hillsboro—Cold first half of week, followed by warmer rain badly needed. Weible—The chief feature of the past week was unseasonably cool weather, touching the frost line on two mornings, but doing no harm rain is badly needed. Mayville—Dry weather is cutting short the crop and hay will lie scarce except in low places. WALSH—Kellogg —Rain is needed badly for grain on spring plowing that on fall plowing is not suffering. Ardoch—Wheat badly in need of rain other grain doing well. Kinloss—Souie little flax to seed yet crops look line. WARD—Sawyer—Fine growing weather all crops look very fine. Foxholiu—Grain that is up looks fine, but rain is needed to start late sown flax. Donnybrook—Warm showers have prevailed in this local ity the past week graiu growing nicely corn up three inches high. $13.00 to Indianapolis and Return Via Chicago Great Western Rail way, account Modern Woodmen meet* Ing. Tickets on sale June l»tli. 1 Good to return June 26th (or July 2ith, on payment of 50c. extra). For fur ther information apply to P. ELMER, G. P. A., Chicago, 111. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNfi: TUESDAY, JUHB 16, 1908 Jim Dumps, at Buffalo, want through Large mills, and more delighted grew At every step. How clean I" said he. Leave Chicago 10:30 a. m. Lunch Next Day in Atlantic City. "The Seashore Limited" takes passengers through in quick time over the Pennsylvania Short Line. Baggage checked through to' Atlantic City, or to any of the popular resorts on the New Jersey Coast. Find out how nicely you can go to the seashore over Pennsylvania Short Lines. Address H. R. DERING. A. G. P. Agt., No. 2 Sherman street, Chi cago. BIOS WANTED. 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