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ADVERTISEMENTS
Plow Deeper
The best way to hold the moisture qpd make It available to the
roots during dry seasons is by deep plowing and thoroughly pulverizing
the soil. Hundreds of satisfied users of the Spalding Deep Tiller testify
that they have increased their yields from 20 to 100 per cent With this
machine you can plow 18 inches deep, where you are now plowing only
six or seven IncheB.
Special on this advertisement, $3.50.
Liberal Proposition in Quantities to Agents.
ECONOMY MFC-CO*
PALACE BIDG-MINNEAPOLIS
s?.
THE SPALDING DEEP TILLER
is the Ideal dry farming tool. From thepicture shown above you will' see that this machine has
two discs placcd one above the other. These discs get down deep into 'the sdH, ho matter hbw
hard it is, and thoroughly pulverize and mix the top soil with the subsoil.
GET FULL INFORMATION—Find out all about the Spalding Deep Tiller. Write at once for
complete Information and prices.
1301 Central Ave.
E. F. STRESE CO.
MAKE YOUR OWN ROPE
Just use binder
twine. One-fifth
cost of rope at store. No
loose ends and will not un- I
ravel. Makes softer, more
pliable rope, any length or
thickness-, for clothes lines,
Halter Ties, tow Topes,
bay slings, etc. 8imple to operate. No time 1
to learn. Makes rope Quickly. Lasts a life
time. Regular price, $4,
Our largtf Blze **Trug Visiort" glasses will enable you to
lead the smallest print, thread the finest needle, see far or
Bear. They will proteC your eyes, preventing eye strain and
oeadaches.
These large size "True Vision," 10-karat gold-filled glasses
**e the finest and most durable spectacles and will give years
of satisfaction.
How old are you*
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of a full ten dayB* actual test. This free trial is not to cost me one cent And if I like the glasses
and keep them. I am tp pay you $2.95 only. But If, for any reason whatsoever, I do not want to
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DON'T SEND A PENNY
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We ask you to send no money, simply your name and
address. We know that these scientifically ground
glasses will give you such "True Vision" aud splendid
satisfaction that we insist on sending them on FREE
TRIAL, so you can see what a remarkable bargain we
ofter. When they arrive, put them on and see with
whut case and- comfbrt they will enable you to read,
work and sew, see clearly at a distance or close up, by
daylight or lamplight. Npte how easily you can read
the fine print in your Bible. You'll be amazed and
delighted.
Try them NOW—They are SENT FBEE. Sit rlgfit
down tills very minute and fill out the coupon. Mail it
at once. Your own postman will deliver the glasses
to you postage prepaid, free of al' :*ost. They will
come packed in a beautiful velveteen-iined, spring-back
pocketbook spectacle case. Try them for 10 full days
at our. risk and ezpepse. Send the coupon NOW.
CHICAGO SPECTACLE HOUSE
Dept. A-93, 3302-04 W. 12th Street, Chicago, Illinois
MAIL COUPON NOW SEND NO MONEY
.How many years have you used glasses (If any)?..
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Mention the Leader When Writing Advertisers PAGE FOURTEEN
The Home Garden
Variety of Food Is Necesary for
Health
UR city dweller thinks of
the farmer's garden as
one of the great advan
tages which country life
brings, and judging by
the price of produce in
the city he puts a high value on it.
Now and then someone with a fond
ness for comparisons shows us that a
good acre of garden is worth three of
field crops.
What the city man rarely realizes,
however, is that garden work on the
farm comes just at the time when the
big crop planting demands back
breaking work. If the truth of the
matter were tracked down we would
probably find that most farm gardens
belong to the farmer's wife in the
sense that they have to be the product
of her toil. The city workman has
far more time, strange as it may seem
to him, for gardening than the farmer.
Our city workman is not an amateur
gardener, however, because the land
lords who build for him like to pile
two to twenty families on the one
piece of ground and another tier on
the piece next door.
Perhaps the greatest service of the
garden lies in the variety of food it
can furnish. Where ordinary people
have to buy produce they confine their
diet to a few staples like potatoes and
cabbage, and thus miss some elements
their bodies need for continued good
health. The more vegetables we learn
to like and the more of them we have
available in the garden the more likely
we are to meet the needs of the most
complex machine in the world—the
human body—and the more likely we
are to keep the doctor away. Peas,
cabbages, onions, brussels sprouts,
cauliflower, etc., are all vegetables but
they are all different. Each contrib
utes something 'which the others do
not possess.
TOWNSHIP INSURANCE
A law to make it easy for 20 or
more farmers to start a mutual fire
insurance association has been pre
pared by the United States depart
ment of agriculture, as a suggestion
to states where the laws do not pro
vide for such co-operation.
Recent statistics show that 2,000
farmers' mutuals carry over $6,000,
000,000 of insurance on property val
ued at $7,500,000,000. While many
of them protect against wind storms
as well as fire and lightning, their av
erage rates for the whole country are
only 26 cents per $100 of insurance.
The premiums charged by stock fire
insurance companies, on the other
hand, for fire protection alone average
between 35 and 40 cents.
DOGS QUARANTINED
Because of the danger to livestock,
especially sheep, of the gid tapeworm,
imported sheep dogs are subjected to
federal quarantine. Sheep dogs have
been found to harbor that parasite.
During the last fiscal year repre
sentatives of the United States depart
ment of agriculture examined 131 im
ported sheep dogs for the presence of
parasites transmitted to livestQck, and
69 were found to be infested with par
asites of various kinds.
ADVERTISEMENTS
WHAT EVERY GIRL
SHOULD KNOW
8ENT PREPAID FOR ONLY 50c.
This book is written by Margaret San
ger, the great birth control advocate,
and contains information never before
published. Anyone reading this book
can not help but be benefited. It Is
highly endorsed by eminent physicians.
Bend us your order at once. Don't delay.
TRUTH PUB. CO.. DEPT. B. N.
1402 Broadway, New York
ADVERTISEMENTS
^U. S. AVIATION LEATHERETTE COATS^
The "Aviation Leath
erette" coat is just the
thing for spring. It can
be used both as
a spring
coat or a raincoat.
All motorists should
have one. It is ab
solutely water proof.
You'll be in style if
you get one. They are
just the "GO" in all
big cities.
A big value at a real
price $27.75
NEW UP-TO-DATE
KAINCOATS
No. 600, Men's heavy
mohair coats ...$8.65
No. 550, Men's mili
tary water proof
slickers .*9.35
No. 600, Ladies' gray
bambozine $8JO
No. 650, Ladies' plaid twill $9.45
NEW SHOES—Guaranteed to be first
class quality. Money refunded if they show
imperfections in material or workmanship.
No. N200^-Double leather sole and heel.
heavy chrome top...$3.95
No. P210—Dress shoe,
built for dress and com
fort $4.90
Send for price list on
other merchandise.
No money in ad
vance. We ship
on approval.
Liberty Bonds
a a
face value.
Reference: Non
partisan Leader.
United States Supply House st mi«!
ARMY GOODS
Purchased From the
U. S. GOVERNMENT
Used army tents, pyramid shape, 16x16
each $35.00
Used army tents, pyramid shape, 9x9, each 25.00
Used army tents, pyramid shape, 7x7, each 15.00
Tarpaulins, 9x16. each 16.00
Aluminum mess kits, each 76
New leather Jerkins, each 7.50
New hip rubber boots, per pair 5.00
Steel hospital cots, each 4.50
1912 model officers' saddles .15.00119
Barbed wire, blade, per roll 2.70
Humane metal horse collars, each 4.00
Per dozen 41.00
Leather horse collars, sises 16 to 18, each.. .5.00
Sizes 19 to 23, each 7.00
Knapsacks, each 1.50
Army blankets, each 6.00
New government horse blankets, per pair 11.00
1%-inch breeching harness, with 1%-inch
strap work, and IH-inch lines, made of
leather bought from the government
Per set 80.00
Separators, manufactured by Starch Bros.,
each $40, $45 and 50.00
Hail orders promptly filled. Send draft
or money order along. Include postage
if by parcel post, and where necessary
specify sizes. We do not issue catalogs.
BARRETT & ZIMMERMAN
Midway Horn Market, 8t Paul, Mln*.
ARMY GOODS
We Are the Largest Dealers io Army Gnfc
USED
O. D. wool overcoats, flue condition $ 9.95
O. D. wool breeches, no rips or tears 2.45
Khaki breeches, washed, pressed 1.25
O. 1). wool wrap leggins 1.95
O. D. wool blankets, good condition 6.25
O. I), wool shirts, sizes 13 to 16% 2.95
O. 1. wool trousers, full length 4.50
Russet shoes, new soles and heels 3.25
Army khaki suits 4.50
NEW
Jumbo sacks, heavy, white 75
Army all-wool socks 60
Cotton socks, black, dozen pairs.. 2.50
Uorsehide. leather mitts, wool-lined 1.25
Horsehide leather gauntlet gloves 80
Two-piece wool underwear, per garment ... 1.90
Busset shoes, inspected 7.25
Officers' chooolate-colored shoes .... 7.50
O. D. wool raincoats. $35 value 19.50
Iliankets, wool finish, 60x80 double 3 65
Uoatshair heavy O. D. blankets 6.95
Four-buckle all-rubber overshoes 3.25
Highlander unionalls, khaki or blue 3.75
Goodrich knee rubber boots 4.95
We 8i'll at wholesale to storekeepers—write us
Majl orders promptly filled. Send draft or money
order. We prepay parcel post on orders over $10.
Reference: National Bank «f Commerce.
U. S. SALVAGE COMPANY
Dept. E. Wabasha St., Cor 10th, 8t. Pitul. Minn.
We Pay 6 Per Cent
on time certificates of deposit if left one
year. Safety guaranteed by North Dakota
Depositors' Guaranty Law. Write
FIRST STATE BANK
AMIDON, N. D.
Mention the Leader When Writing Advertisers
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