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y-il-J •'& I ects for the development of this country through the use of the return ed soldier by which the United States, lending its credit, may increase its re sources and its population 'fcnd thief happihess of its ^ople": witK i'cojjit t6 itself of no more than the fewhundred thousand dollars that it will. take to study this problem through coriipetent men. This work should not be post poned." Vis' HOW MONTANA SEES IT Outlook, Mont. Editor Nonpartisan Leader: The world owes every man a living, but it's up to him to collect it and now as the farmer has come to under stand that his weakness in that way has been lack of" organization, they have now started to organize with an enthusiasm and rapidity which is rer markable. Because we do so, we are called pro-German,' Socialists, etc. It is easy enough for well paid journal ists to picture the farmer's life in a bright way, but nobody knows better than the farmer that they toil from early morning to late at night, and that thousands of farmers and their families practically work the whole year around for a little more than their clothing and enough to eat. So we have discovered that we need to get better living and more of the com DON'T SEND ANY MONEY Send- me the coupon for full infor mation. I will send you copies of let ters received from others who have received good prizes, by answering my advertisement. Send coupon for a photograph of the Buick'automobile and I'll tell you how you can get it FREE. If you are prompt in sending in the coupon for this information, I will also send you a certificate good for. 5,000 Auto Credits. Don't wait—you can get ahead of the others by'being prompt in answer ing this advertisement. Do it NOW1 Ship all your ©are to tu and secure your Mention the Leader When YTritinir Advertiser*. forts of life. We must organize and stick together and when the election comes around, elect our men, that yrill protect us againsttrusts and mpnppolies and middlemen, who are getting fat on the ihaird labor'of the farmers. Yes, my friend farmer, let us stick and work and let us make this a better world. Let us stick to a finish. The big fat fellows see that they are losing power and don't hesitate to c&ll Park, Minn. Send Ne Your Name! BY RETURN MAIL I WILL TELL YOU HOW You Can Get This Brick Automobile FREE People by the dozens are today driving around, enjoying life in automobiles they received through my easy plan. I have many letters from them wherein they thank me for the good opportunity I gave them. Many-are really surprised to think, of how little they did to get this auto. You Can Qualify for This Brand New Buick Automobile You may get this automobile just as easy as the many others who have re ceived cars from me. You need no money—no experience. Some of your spare time in your own neighborhood ..will accomplish it.. Isn't a proposition of this kind worth undertaking? Do "not worry about not having ahy money and wonder how yon can do this. A o«cent postage stamp will give you full information— .and you are not under any obligation if you don't like my plan. jis anything. But we know that a drowning person will grab anything to hold himself, but down he goes, deeper and deeper. So we have the same newspapers that we must get ready at, papers that call themselves farmer papers, and yet have never told or explained to us how, we are robbed every year in one way or other, or how we should better our selves. But we have the Nonpartisan Leader which is not afraid to come out with the truth. M. TOBIASON. For Sale BEAUTIFUL SHETLAND PONY MARE, two-seated buggy, bobsled, harness, saddle and bridle almost new. Photo and partic ulars furnished. Geo. Pollock, Alice, N. P. Tanning FARMERS 1 CUT THE PRIQE OF HARNESS leather in half. Ship yonr hides to be tanned. South Pack Tanning Co., South Good For 5,000 Auto Credits w. E. DAILEY, Manager, 300 News Building, .. Minneapolis, Minn: Send me full information whereby I can -«t this Buick automobile free, together with photograph, 5,000 Auto Credit Cer tificate, etc by return mail. Name P. O. SHIP GRAIN PRO-RATING ,' VtVs Offer all Shipper* our Terminal Commlamton Servloe ml minnoapolbt, St.-Paul amI Superior, am Co-operative Pro-rate DhrMend Baaia. Not Controlled by b/0 Interests. Secure your pro-rate from us. We are successful, be ing the only Farmers' Terminal Agency ever having ^reached a full dividend and co-operative pro-rate basis. State Box or R. F. D. pro-rat© In July, 2919. Witfru* yon are snre of yonr pro-rate #'4mdend on every oar skipped. Wo have a eurplne—We are experts. There ore no mistakes or uncertainty. .Each $1000.00 Invested Earned $600.00 Net Crop 1917 wo do not ask for your money. wehsvo plant andwecsn main yon money—lota of It, by limply glT. itifflfliur'iie all your shipments, for results that are snre, safe and satisfactory. Usual-advances made on -oon 4v?l2SimenUf Wepay the drafts promptly. No draft ever returned for lack of money. Prompt returns always. V-7 ^Iineuacn IMn MMDCD We have complied with tba State Laws of Minnesota referring 7M—U —M joand regulating oorporationa handling Grain on Oommiasion. iiHB a |in HEd .in straight or mixed cars. Delivered quotations cheerfully furnished. _W» rhllUn bandienigh grade prodocts. Guaranteed and registered to meet all Fed erarand State Laws. For saving, satisfaction, profit and thrift, this organisation offer* you its service. GRAIN GROWERS GRAIN COw Minneapolis. ALL THESE FREE 8«er«t Leeket and Nsek Chain. Pendant and Neek ChalB, imitation Wrtit Watsli with adjustable, leather strap and buckle antf these Four lorely Rings. ALL Gives FREE to anyone for selling onlr_ 42 of our Jeneliy Novelties at 10c each. Fresh fnHn factorr. Be In. fashion, C. J. Dale Mfi. Co., PfevldsBoe. R.J.: PAGEFIFTBEN Farms SACRIFICE SALE Flathead yalley, 160 acres, good location, productive soil 100 acres level, 15 acres cultivated, 50 acres nearly cleared, 2,000 cords wood, fenced, good water, six-room house, barn and other buildings. Fruit, stock, tools, household furniture, $4,500. Terms. Half buyer's fare paid. Write for particulars. Owner, Paul H. Eslick, Kalispell. Mont. 820-ACRE MONTANA FARM FOR SALE, with six head work horses, seven head cat tle, full line of machinery 200 acres broke, all fenced with two wires, two wells, good building except house 15 miles from town on graded road. Will take $80 an acre for quick sale. Write owner, T. O. Haugebak, Sioux Pass, Mont. RAW GOLD RANCH, 160 ACRES, KOS tenai valley, Mcftit. Warm climate, rich soil, abundant moisture Fine for stock, poultry, fruit, vegetables and hay. Terms. J. C. Alexander, Enterprise, Ore. $1,500 DOWN BOYS SECTION EASTERN Montana land. Fenced, crossfenced, spring 2,000 acres open range adjoining. Stock man's proposition. E. Lloyd, Beach, N. D. I HAVE CASH BUYERS FOR SALABLE farms. Will deal with owners only. Give description, location and cash price. James P. White, New Franklin, Mo. SELL YOUR PROPERTY QUICKLY FOR cash, no matter where located particulars free. Real Estate Salesman Co., Dept. 6, Lincoln, Neb. WRITE FOR LARGE LIST WISCONSIN improved farms, wild lands my prices will interest you. Rivard, Turtle Lake, Wis. BUY NOW: BEST LAND FOR LEAST money. Write for list. F. D. Woodworth, Driscoll, N. D. Poultry WE HAVE FOR SALE A LIMITED NUM ber of extra good vigorous Single-comb White Leghorn cockerels at $8Teach. Satis faction guaranteed. The North Dakota State Penitentiary, Bismarck, N. D. FOR SALE PUREBRED BARRED ROCK pullets, June hatched, fine strain, at $10 per dozen. Also two-year-old hens, same qual ity, $14 per dozen. Mrs. A. R. Negus, Millarton, N. D. ROSE-COMB BUFF LEGHORN, BUFF OR pington, Silver-Laced Wyandotte, Columbia Wyandotte, Rose-Comb Red cockerels, $2. Pullets. L. Johanncssohn, Beltrami, Minii. FOR SALE—P UREBRED ROSE-COMB Brown Leghorn cockerels, $1.50 each 8 for $4 6 for $7.50, until October 15. Albert A. Olson, Alexandria, Minn., R. 4. COCKERKLS, BARRED AND WHITE Rocks, S. C. Reds, White and Buff Leg horns also Shepherd pups. Hermann Bruesehoff, Norwood, Minn.' AFRICAN GEESE. APRIL HATCHED, PAIR, $6. Pure white Muscovey ducks,, April and May hatched, pair, $8. Mrs. Herman Kroeger, Janesville, Minn.. EXTRA CHOICE DARK ROSE-COMB RHOD& Island Reds, April hatched, cockerels, $2 pullets, $1.25. Mrs. John Allen, York, N. D. SOME SELECTED EARLY HATCHED SIN gle-Comb White Leghorn cockerels, $1.50. E. A. Gronner, Underwood, Minn. POULTRY WANTED. WRITE FOR PRICES. We furnish you coops.. Williams Produce Co.. Fargo, N. D. Real Estate Exchange MINNESOTA FARM FOR CLEAR NORTH Dakota. Client will (exchange 160 acres in Pine county, eight miles northeast of Finlayson, well-settled country, best of soil,. has buildings worth about $8,000, -in good shape about 60 acres field, balance meadow, some timber. Mortgage $8,000, 6 per cent nine years to run. $5,000 equity for clear Dakota land not too far west. Describe fully. Hugh McEIroy Agency, 588 Andrus Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. CHOICE 560-ACRE FARM IN WISCONSIN, just east of the Cities buildings would cost over $20,000 about 240 in cropi bal ance finest pasture and some small timber. Mortgage $20,000, 10 years? price, $185 per acre- choice grain and stock farm. Might take clear Dakota improved farm for equity or imprpved city property subject to reason able encumbrance. Submit offers. Hugh McEIroy, 688 Andrus Bldg.,' Minneapolis, Minn. For Sale or Exchange WILL SELL OR TRADE FOR AUTO TRAC tor and machinery complete, 160 acres of land in McHenry county, N. D. Box 45, W. G. R., Waburn, N."D. FIVE-PASSENGER PAIGE, ELECTRIC light and starter in fine condition, at low price. A. H. Wije, Moorhead, -Minn. Information Wanted IF ANY OF THE READERS OF THE Leader know, John L. Waterman and Will "send us his. address by-mail it will be grate fully received. His father still lives and would like to hear froita him. A. W. Chap man, Deer Creek, Minn. Leader Classified Department fcg _.,^f^H]pJ7i!!AB^ P^CE" ThifTis tfie placg..tt^iidvertiae yourstoik, farm inachinerk chickens, 'eggB.'-produce for sale and auction ..Bales to make your wants known an&Jiave them supplied. Best results come from Leader Classified Als Rates are 6 cents per word.- To members of the National Nonpartisan league when advertising to sell their own products or supplying their own needs, a rate of 4 eento per word is made. League members most give the number of their membership receipt when claiming the 4-cent rate. All advertising for sale of lands carries the full rate. Ads must reach us two weeks before, date of publication. ALL CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE Livestock FOR SALE SHORTHORN BULLS, BIG fellows, sired by Junior Ringmaster No. 427166, and grandsired by Ringmaster,- the grand champion bull of America, seven to nine months old, weight 600 to 800 pounds, dark reds, prices, $150 to $175. M. M. Anderson, Clarkfleld, Minn., R. No. 8. FLOYD LAKE STOCK FARM, THE HOME of the little red- pigs. I have a bunch of Duroc spring pigs for sale of Crimson Won •der and Defender breeding. Pedigree fur nished express prepaid satisfaction guar anteed. Please let me hear from you. R. C. Madsen, Detroit, Minn., R..2. HOMESTEAD FARM POLAND CHINAS. Choice spring boars and gilts for sale. Breeding described in previous issues. Now is the time to buy new blood for the com ing season. Write for prices. A. G. Humphrey & Sons, Englevale. N. D. REGISTERED HOLSTEIN FRIESIAN COWS and heifers for sale or exohange for one carload of alfalfa hay. and one carload of oata. Will alsp exchange bull calves for 'breed -Sows. Helrman SchKinacher, New Germany, Minn. FOR SALE—A CARLOAD OF HEAVY-PRO ducing dairy cow's freshen iu fall .and winter. Milk and butter, records of\each fired' to' purfebWJ "'Holatein bull. Reason, short of feed. Ross R. Martin, Powers Lake, N. D. BIG TYPE MULE-POOT HOGS OF THE leading strain, March, April pigs and breed sows can furnish pairs and trios not re lated. Sam Guljickson, Hanley Falls, Minn. FOR SALE—BIG TYPE POLAND CHINA spring pigs of both sexes. Pedigrees fur nished. Satisfaction guaranteed. Hubert Zander, Sleepy Eye, Minn. HOLSTEIN GRADES—SIXTY FOR SALE. The best young cows and big heifers could find. Fresh or due this fall. Paul Johnson, South St. Paul, Minn. FOR SALE—TWENTY REGISTERED RED Poll bulls and heifers. Pioneer Stock Co., Courtenay. N. D. Dogs and Pet Stock FOR SALE—ONE REGISTERED COLLIE bitch two years old, $15. Have sold $75 worth of pups from her within one year also her litter of pups six weeks old fe males, $4 males, $6. Guaranteed to make good cattle dogs with a little training. Am leaving farm or would not sell. J. G. Kane, Russell. N. D. W AN E D—FOXHOUND TRAINED ON coon and coyotes. Big Elm, Dent, Minn. Wanted t6 Buy CASH FOR OLD FALSE TEETH—WE PAY up to $35 per set (broken or not). Send now. Cash sent by return mail. Package held four to 10 days for sender's approval of our offer.: Highest prices paid for old gold jewelry, gold frowns, bridges, dental gold, platinum, diamonds and silver. Send for latest catalogue of new jewelry. United States Smelting Works, Inc., 899 Goldsmith Bldg., Milwaukee W'8. Automobiles and Accessories FORDS START EASY IN COLD WEATHER with our new 1919 carburetors. Thirty-four miles per gallon. Use cheapest gasoline or half kerosene. Increased power. Styles for any motor." Very slow on high. Attach it yourself. Bis profits to agents. Money back guarantee. Thirty days' trial. Air- Friction Carburetor Co., 478 Madison, Day ton, Ohio. TT Want od WANTED—SCRAP IRON BY CARLOTS. Highest market prices. Also auto tires, cop per, brass, etc. Write for quotations. M. A. Naftalin, 820 Front St., .Fargo. N. D. OUR PRICES HIGHEST FOR HIDES, FURS. Or will tan them for you—lowest prices. Mark next shipment—Fargo Hide, Fur & Tanning Co., Fargo, N. D. -Lumber 'WASHINGTON .RED CEDAR POSTS DK livered in carload.Jots. Farmers' orgaltiza tions our line. Write for prices. O. A. •. Underwood, lone, Wash. DELIVERED PRICE QUOTED ON CAR-* lots cedar posts to farmers. C. B. Foote, Colburn, Idaho. Professional Schools AMERICAN TELEGRAPH COLLEGE, 6A8 First Ave. North, Minneapolis. Free cata logue. The government is employing thou-- Bands of women in its telegraph service. Seed FOR SALE—EARLY OHIO AND WHITE Harvest potatoes by the bushel or carload. lots. Herbert L. Helming, Lansford, N.- O 2 7 5 Honey and Cheese -H '"I if vi- .-s* HONEY OF SUPERIOR QUAVTV. crop. Also Green County JVirarfus lirick v^JA cheese. Write for prices-.'v4S. B. Rosa, Monroe, Wis.' Mention the Leader When Writinc Advertiser*'