TV/TY free book will amaze TOO. See the big
money that is being made by those I
taught my famous system of horse breaking
and training! Wild colts and vicious, unman
ageable horses can be picked up for a song.
tv netbods yoo eta qnkltlj transionn them Into
gentM^ vffltng woritenaad re-sell them *t MdTprofit.
You an ibo earn fat feea breaking colts aad training
hones for others.
Wrilpf Wy book Is free, postmen prepeM. NoobB 2
WvlllBa gatioo. 'A postcard brings tt« Wtiitt^dagh I
Laid Eges Every Day
A, P. Woodard, of St. Cloud, Flori
da, writes: "We get from 40 to 50
eggs per day. Before using *More
Eggs' we were getting only 8 and 9
eggs a day."
Eggs" is a
scientific tonic that revitalizes the
flock and makes the hens work/all the
time. "More Eggs" will double the
production of eggs. Poultry .raisers
everywhere are making big profits by
giving their hens "More 13ggs." The
results of a few cents' worth will
Send $1.00 to E. J. Reefer, the poul
try expert, 1999 Reefer Bldg., Kansas
City, Misso^n, for a package of "More
Eggs." A million dollar bank guaran
tees if you are not absolutely satisfied
your dollar' will be returned on re
quest. Send a dollar today, or send $2.26 and
on special dis
count for a full seasoifs supply, or write to
Mr., Reefer for his free poultry book that tells
the" experiences of a man who has made a
fortune ont of opultry.
We want your FUB8 to fill or
ders at the highest prices known
in the FCB trade in years. Ship
iis your FCR8 with your own valu
ation on them. If we can not use
them at your figures we will return
them' prepaid. If yoa are not one
of bur shippers write or wire %t
once for latest market report Irs
We win off en oalots of $80.00 and up.
and^hold upon request any lots separate
until our returns hm been
CENTRAL FUR CO
A N S A S I O
Deal) Direct with the'
BUhast Ww and Imartlats
Cub Botarns. Write forprfc
liati tai» and fall Information.
Pwnder HMTOWS JO
Write O. H. P«mS«r, w-Jl
Mention the Leader "When Writing^Advertisers
RATIONAL GRANGE RESOLU-
The Grange farmers who have re
held a national convention at
Syracuse, N. Y., have adopted a new
platform which shows clearly :the in
fluence of the Nonpartisan league
farmers' demands for political repre
sentation of farmers and for better
conditions of livelihood.
Farmers everywhere are realizing
that they can get these better condi
tions only by general improvement of
their occupation by political means.
No class of people have tried harder
to succeed by the old formula "~of
honesty, industry and intelligence than
the farmers, and their years of poorly
paid toil show that they must turn to
the methods by which the privileged
few have been able to pile up vast
According to news reports the new
Grange program declares:
"That the present system of market
ing and distribution is clunfSy, waste
ful and inefficient and should be abol
ished and that unnecessary middlemen
should be eliminated.
"That the censorship on a free press
and frtee speech should be removed and
the zone system discontinued.
"That the government should center
its activities in the building of market
and postroads instead of spending
money on boulevards that are used by
"That agriculture shall be fully rep-'
resented in all legislative bodies.
"That secretaries of agriculture
should be practical farmers.
"That thp farm land bank law shall
be "extended, discouraging land ten
antry and abandoned farms.
"That munition plants should bg
converted to the manufacture of fer
tilizer, freeing the nation from de
pendency on foreign supplies.
"That urban standards of education
should not become guides of the rural
SUPPORT SCULLY TENANTS
Editor Nonpartisan Leader:
The Scully tenants are revolting
against a raise in rent and they'will
win if the rest of us leave them alone.
But if hundreds of scab tenants run
after the land they will lose. So it's
up to all tenants to force the Scully
agents to deal with the tenants in
possession or let the land lie idle.
The Scully estate has hundreds of
thousaQfJa of acres of land in the
United States. The winning of the
war depended on "the tenants, however,
and not on the Scullys. Then if the
tenants were among those who helped
save our country from food shortage,
why should the land monopolists, who
did nothing, be allowed now to rob
For any other tenants to help the
Scully estate to rob them by compet
ing for the land would be a foul, un
American act. Suppose they do need
.a place to live on. They had better
allow the other tenants to make a liv
ing than to cause rents to go so high
that all tenants must go hungry.
JOHN O. SCHM1
When one man is overfattened by
luxury, another rhan must be starved
to that extent. When one man sur
feited with opportunities there is
somewhere another man whose life is
incomplete. I protest against a so
ciety which is so .hideously out of
focus. I protect agaiftet the starved
lives of the world, the lives without
rest, without sunshine, without music,
without travel, without any opportu
nity to rise above the level of vulgar
mediocrity, I Want all men and
women to be tfree, free to develop the
whole herofyjrstature of manhood and.
want a complete'life
for every, human being, lived in an
atmosphere of fearless liberty.—
Woman has made herself
indispensable to the Nation's
war activities— This is being
demonstrated daily in many
splendid ways. The telephone
operator takes her place in thd
iront ranks of our national
army" of women.
Back of the scenes, invisi
ble, her war work is to make
possible. Through her the
Chief of Staff in Washington
speaks to the Cantonment
Commaridant in a far-off state.
The touch of her fingers forges
a chain of conversation from
Shipping Board to shipyard,.
Quartermaster General to
Supply depot, merchant to
manufacturer, city to country,
office to home.
.Without her this increasing
complexity of military, busi
ness and civil life could not
be kept smoothly working.
Hers is patriotism applied.
She is performing her part
with enthusiasm and fidelity.
The increasing pressure of
war work continually calls
for more and- more telephone
operators, and young women
in every community are an
swering the summons—
cheerfully and thoughtfully
shouldering .the responsibil
ities of the telephone service
upon which the Nation de
pends. Each one who an
swers the call helps speed
up the winning of the war.
TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPAN#'
AND ASSOCIATED COMPANIES
Onm Syttem UniomnalSarvi
We guarantee that the goods we sell are absolutely as
represented and'to prove it we ship subject to inspection
No Advance Payment Required!
guarantee our prices to be the lowest you can find.
instance, we have been advertising No. boards for 4n.M per thousand
feet—the regular price fo from $40 to 45 per thousand. See what we save
you I Extra *A* shingles sell from $4.50 to $8—our price ia $3*50. These
are our regular prices and our entire line is priced at an equal laving to yoo.
Send your lumber bill for figures or write for price list.
L. JAMES LUMBER CO.,
2910 Como Avenue MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
We tan Furs. Sell Leather, Fox fcndWolf Poison.'
ANDREW MOKfSON, Prop.
WE ARE TANNERS NOT AGENTS.
The ...Only Tannery in North Dakota.
Becelrea hMes and «Mns for tanning to lags
leather, rofcel and coats. Robes lined, hMes
taught, leattwa -and robes for sale. Send for
pile* list of Aafe ant Baify RaMp, Eta.
FARGO TANNEST, Fargo, North Dakota
•MraGatfe tells how to become a successful trapper, and now to raise Skoaks,
Fox, etc. Ship your Hides, Fors, Pelts, Tallow to Us. Write for Price List.
ANDERSCH BROS. Dept. 13 MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
rat home. We are the largest Hide and Fur House
rompt cash returns guaranteed. No commission*.
HIDES tANNED INTO ROBES $25010 $6.00
ELM DRIVE FARM
Sires and bred
Jones, King Jum-.
ho and other
hoars. Also Yoang
J. H. Kalenhamp, 8. St, Paul, Utah., H. D, 1
Mention Leader When Wr^ig Advertisers^ i&i-l
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