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ADVERTISEMENTS Be Sure of Next Winters Feed OrderYour SiloNow Right now, while you have the memory of this win ters, feed shortage in mind, is the time to decide on next winter's feed Don't let another winter run you short, and make your stock suffer, and lose you money. Decide now to put up a silo, and save 40% of the feed value of your corn. While you have time—before your spring work crowds you— look into the silo market—-look for the best UNADILLA SILO The Silo wttb Eight Point® of Superiority 1.—A perfectly constructed building with a frame as strong as your barn. 2.—Strong, safe convenient ladder, on doors, 3.—Unadilla hip roof adds four feet to filling WMIMMlililM capacity. 4.—Continuous door opening, doors 17H inches high. Any boy can handle. 5.—Hoops tighten from ladder Inside of chute no dangerous slippery ladders needed. 6.—Only adjustable door frame on the market* No need of mud or felt packing. 7.—Hoops closer together at bottom, where pressure is greatest* 8.—Cold rolled pressed threads on steel hoops. Study these points carefully. Compare the Una dilla, point by point. The Unadilla has been selected by the U. S. Government for the Indian farms, by the Iowa State Agricultural College, at Ames, and Borden's Condensed Milk farms. Order your silo now—and get the best The UNADILLA SILO. Farmer Agenta Wanted. Write for at Proportion ately Low Price* Direct from Galloway's Factories That's the reason for this low price. This •?s you the difference between my price and price of the high-priced separators. I cut out all waste and sell you at this rock bottom [Wholesale figure. You get your new Galloway Sanitary right fresh from my factory floor. You buy in the moBt economical way—the modern way of doing business. TRIAL TEST FOR 180 MILKINGS Sold on 90 days' trial. Has strong, Banitary base Tank of pressed steel Heavy tinware Discs separate from each other only a few of them to skim a pail Bhelf and bowl viae com Sanitary bowl. for washing. Takes onl lot of milk. Oream pa: bined with hinge for lowering. High carbon crank shaft (jnst 50 revolutions per mlnate). Oil bath and Banitary drip pan. WM. mtmnt, IMPORTANT! Two New Kovar Products Pros. 603 Galloway Station KOVAR CORN CULTIVATOR, which operates cessful plan as the harrow. KOVAR HARROW The Leader does not knowingly accept advertising from dishonest people. Our advertisers are worthy of support. It's easy enough to produce straw but it's hard to. get the kerne] without the proper care of soil. KOVAK HARROW will loosen up the hardest kind of land—turns the soil and gives the air and sun a chance to help the soil duce—cultivation produces nitrogen—] trogen produces the kernel. Kovar Har row is more than just anjordlnary spring tooth harrow—It destroys pigeon grass, quack grass, wild oats, Canadian thistle, sow thistle and weeds ot all kinds through cultivation. JOSEPH J. KOVAR, Owatonna, Minn., Territory Branch, Minneapolis, Minn. All Suss aaAPrieee CentralUnadilla SQo Co. 630 8. W. Ninth Street. Des Moines, Iowa. tenmnd M-jney Mak er Bay Balers. Write for catalog. Write for FREE BOOK Send for Galloway's big new Separator Book with^B full particulars about this low price Separator Sale— or order from tht* ad— satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Write TODAY THE WM. GALLOWAY CO. 0 WATERLOO. IOWA laEvary Way. __ Com P'ft* E von or and'puli Rods Ready to on the same sue- Hitch. CART with dust proof wheels and drawbar guiding axle. PATENTEE AND 80LE KOVAR LINE MANUFACTURER OF Mention the Leader When Writing Advertisers PAGE TWO MOTOR GOOSE Twenty-seven Princeton students say they never have kissed a girl. Which leads one to wonder whether it's nerve or truthfulness which these men lack. A S W E E S O E N THOUGHT—THE PRICE OP SUGAR. "Woman finds away to defeat book agents," says a headline. But if a book agent could find away to defeat a woman, he wouldn't be a book agent. Some men are so set in their ways yon can never get them to see tilings your way. Governor Edwards has withdrawn his name from presidential ballots. However, he has not yet come in out of the "wet." A lot of men who have no trou ble settling the affairs of the uni verse got stumped filling out their income tax returns. The Republican delegation from Tennessee has been instructed for somebody or other. We didn't know there were enough Republicans in Tennessee to make a delegation. GRAIN ALCOHOL GIVES ONE A PAIN IN THE BRAIN WOOD ALCOHOL A SLIVER IN THE LIVER. The richest Indian got married the other day. Now well find there's more than one way in which an Indian can become good. Cut and Dried Rattle, rattle, little car, My, how very loose you are A year ago you were some cart, Now you're coming all apart. By the looks of things in the senate article is going to mark the place where the peace treaty was last seen. Ail aviator recently established a new high altitude record. He went higher than the coat of liv-* -.And ing. The Turks want Pussyfoot Johnson to run a prohibition campaign there. We had understood that turkey al ways was dry. O IT I A E E S A E MOSTLY OP THE BUM-BLE VARIETY. Wwearclothing HORRORS OF PEACE Speaking of beating the swords in to plowshares, it is reported that the army is now selling surplus cartridge cloth for ladies' garments. A lot of the former service men probably will want to investigate this, and won't be any more deterred by the danger of powder than they were during the war. *. It takes less time in Germany to be a "former" president than it does in the United States^ evidently. The New York Times says Bryan won't refuse the nomina tion. Who said he would? The navy has decided to take over the Osage Nation oil lands. This spoils all hopes of the oil companies, which had hoped to cut an Osage melon. Bandits found $16,000 worth of whisky stored in an insane asylum. If the inmates weren't mad before, they certainly ought to be now. CLOTHES ITH prices where they are, I fear that in a while it's going to bust the average man to even a smile. A pair of pants (or trousers, describe them how you will), seem like a modest fortune when you come to pay the bill. And shoes and caps and waistcoats, and socks and shirts and things, according to the price tags are only made for kings. My golly, how I envy the simple can nibal, who makes the profiteering game monotonous and dull! Or the carefree, wild Hawaiian, who is dressed the best he can, when he dons a ukelele and a healthy coat of tan. His trousers are of rushes, and his shoes, they're not at all, the collector from the tailor almost never makes a call. With a sickle and a garden he's dressed up for a song, for he merely swings that sickle where the grass is good and long. I'll go there if the prices don't drop soon with a slam, for I can not pay these prices, and I can't go as I am. —C. W. V. Some other bandits -got away with $20,000 in income tax receipts. Prob ably they had just paid theirs and needed it. ... People spend more time now buying shoes, a St. Paul paper says. They are also, perhaps you have observed, spending more money. Ireland now is looking for some body to do for the lion what St. Pat rick did to the snakes. Perhaps you've noticed that it was after they started to sell the govern ment fleet that the news came out that the Emergency Ship corporation had made something over $100,000,000. By the rate they're being discov ered, it appears to be almost im possible to keep a "still" on the quiet. The Hohduran senate the other day shot up each other during a debate, still they insist that'the Hon durans are only half-civilized! OUR IDEA OF NOTHING AT ALL: THIRTY CENTS'WORTH OF STEAK. We will have to revise the saying, "Slower than molasses in January," and make it, "Slower than the United States senate."