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SINGLE. COMB WHITE LEGHORN EGGS, GOOD
laying strain* 91.50 for 15 white Pekin duck eggs,
extra good, 10 eggs for $1.50. North Dakota State
Penitentiary, Bismarck,1 N. D,
PDBEBBED WHITE CHESTED BLACK POLISH
eggs, 15, $2: silver spangled H&mburgs, 15, $1 An
oonas, 15, $1 Houdans, 15, 51.25. George Janke,
Boute 3, Frazee, Minn.
FOB SALE—A FEW-WHITE PEKIN DUCKS AND
.drakes, $2.25 each a trio, of .white Moscovy ducks,
$7. white Pekin duck eggs, $1J50 per 12. Prank
Kasal, Brownton, Minn.
PERBIS STRAIN S. C. WHITE LEGHORN, AN
conas. barred rock, white wyandotte .batching eggs,
.15, $1.50 50, $3.50. 100, $0. Paul S. Baeder, New
Bockford, N. D.
EGGS FOB HATCHING, CHICKENS, TURKEYS,
dilcks, geese, guineas bate chicks. Farmers' prices.
Catalog* free. Poultry Yards, Box 6, Janesville,
Minn.
SINGLE COMB WHITE. LEGHORN EGGS FOR
sale. 10 years* experience. $1.50 per 15 $7 per
100. Mrs. Jacob Hegland, Oberon, N. D.
WHITE PEKIN DUCK EGGS, 20 CENTS EACH
S. C. huff Orpington eggs, 15, $1.50 -100, $6.00.
Olaf J. Bentdahl, Madelia,
PITREBRED 8. C. WHITE LEGHORN HATCHING
eggs, 15, $1.15 100, $6. Mrs. Theo. Berglund,
Route 1, Cagrtogton, N.^D.
PUREBRED S. C. BUFF ORPINGTON EGGS 'FOB
hatching, $1.50 per 15, prepaid. G. H. Mohagen,
Boute r, Grafton, N. D.
PUKEBIIED R. C. WHITE WYANDOTTE HATCH-'
tog eggs $1.50 for 15 $7 for 100. Mrs. Joe Mauer*
Fergus Falls, Minn.
THOMPSON BARBED BOCK EGG8 FOR HATCH
tog 15^. $1.50 50, $4 100, $7. Oscar Swanson,
Alexandria, Minn.
.. FROM PRIZE-WINNING WHITE WYAN
dottes. at one-half price. Write Wm. Wiest, Le
Sueur, Minn.
ROSE COMB BUFF LEGHORNS AND COLUMBIAN
wyandotte eggs, 100, $7. A. J. Johannessohn, Bel
trami, Minn.
PUREBRED R. C.. BROWN LEGHORN COCKER-,
els, ^$1.75 eggs, 15, $1. J. O. Jacobson, Tagus,
R.JD. SROWN LEGHORN EGGS FOR HATCHING
$1 for 15 $5 .for 100. R. A. Danforth, Bapelje,
Mont.
BABY TURKEYS, CHICKS, EGGS ALL BREEDS,
Chicago winners. C. H. Ahrens, Hopkins, Minn.
1849 COCKERELS, HATCHING EGGS. 49 YARIE
ttea. Free book. Aye Bros., Box 3, Blair, Ngb.
PtTREBJlED WHITE WYANDOTTE EGGS, 15. $1.25
10ft, $6. A. B. Doty, Belden, N. D.
Seed
MINNESOTA NO. 13. BUSTLER WHITE AND
Northwestern Dent, shelled and graded seed corn,
$1.75 per bushel. 10 bushels at $1.65, 20 bushels
at $1.50: bags. free. Average test 98 to 100. Well
bred selected and graded. All grown here. De
pendable, guaranteed. Order immediately. Johu
aon & Arneson, Daasel, Meeker county, Minn.
DIRECT FROM PRODUCER—MONTANA GROWN
high and dry land Sudan seed: germination 97.5
per cent purity 98.3 per cent: 6 cents per pound.
F. O. B. Hyaham, Mont. Albert K. Gilbertson,
Hysham, Mont
'WINTER ONION SETS—MONTANA MULTIPLIERS."
Earliest now anywhere. Sure crop. One quart,
postpaid, 25 cents, jamt* W. 2achary,
Jtont.
HOME GROWN SELECTED SEED CORN, MINNE
sota No. 13, $1.50 per bushel. Germination guar
anteed 95 to 100 per cent. Peter Settergrea, Daasel,
Minn.
NORTHERN GROWN ALF^
pure seed germination 9ff
pound. Sample, from Jt.
Minn.
LEADER CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
.• Rates. am 15 cents pet word per Issue, To members of the National NoniHuUjtQ league when sdver
-islffc "J?" £ro»lfcts «'8»PI5'ln«, their own needs, a rate of 10 cents per word Is made.
I™ ?"•*. «water of ttrir meraberehi* receipt wins claiming ttie lO-oent rate. Ads
advertising tor sale of lands, cany the full rale. Ads must reach us two weeks before date of publication.
ALL CLASSIFIED ADS MUST BE PAID IN ADVANCE
toe qu
Winlfi
'red.
'A, 99.83 PER CENT
cent 25 cento per
Nordstrom, Gatzke,
STRAWBERRY PLANTS GENUINE PROGRES
sive everbearers, only $1.50 per 100, postpaid. John
Charleston, Centerville, S. D.
SEED CORN FOR SALE, NORTH DAKOTA WHITE
bushel, sacked. Nick
dent, good test, $1.50
CorrtelJ, Watertown, S.
SEED CORN, EARLY WHITE DENT, $2 BUSHEL.
Wm. Brewer, Oriska, N. D.
Tobacco
TOBACCO NATURAL LEAF—SWEET AND MEL
1dw_ hajui-pfcked chewing or smoking,
$1.50: 10 pounds, $2.50. Smoking
We furnish free recipe for preparing,
delivery guars
SeflaHa, Ky.
5 pounds,
•ounds, $2.
luality and
jL-
TOBACCO—KENTUCKY'S NATURAL LEAF, RICH
mellow smoking, 10 pounds, $2. Hand selected
chewing, three pounds, $1. Free recipe for pre
paring. Waldrop Bros., Murray, Ky.
HOMESPUN 8MOKING OB, CHEWING TOBACCO.
Collect on delivery. 5 pounds, $1.50 10'pounds,
$2.50
v20
pounds, $4. Farmers* Association,
Padacah, Ky.
TOBACCO—KENTUCKY'S PRIDE, RICH MELLOW
chewing or smoking, 10 pounds^ $3 mild smoking,
10 pounds $2. Farmers' Club, Mayfleld, Ely.
TOBACCO—HOMESPUN, EXTRA FINE CHEWING.
10 pounds. $3 smoking, 10 pounds $2 20 pounds,
3.50. Producers' Exchange, Mayfleld, Ky.
HOMESPUN CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO
-—5 pounds, $1.25: 10 pounds, $2.50 20 pounds,
'$4.50. Fanners* Union, '-Mayfleld, Ky.
HOMESPUN TOBACCO, 5 POUNDS $1.25 15
pounds $3- Send no money, pay when received.
Farmers' Association, Jonesboro, Ark.
FREE SMOKING TOBACCO SMOKE ON US.
Write for free sample. HawesvUle Tobacco Co.,
Hawedvllle, Ky.
Baby Chicks
BABT CHICKS—2# LEADING VARIETIES—BRED
for heavy egg production. 1,000,000 chicks for 1022
•la prepaid parcel post, safe delivery guaranteed..
Satisfied customers In every state 19 th season.
Catalog free. Millet Poultry Sarins, Box 828.
Lancaster, Mo.
HEALTHY CHICKS, 10- CENTS' UP. SEND F*OR
prices, "Qilcken* tittle" Hatchery. Lincoln, Neb.
Wanted to Buy.
JUNK—MET
ALB OP ALL KINDS. COPPER,
brass, aluminum, etc. M. A. NaftaUn, Fatgo.N. D.
Mention the Leader Whan. Writing Advertisers
Livestock
FOB SALE—BIG TYPE CHESTER WHITE PIGS,
either sex, sired by Alfalfa O. K. 99489. a son of
Alfalfa Wonder, and "by WUdwood Defender 87651
and out of dams of the leading blood lines. Also
one herd boar. H. P. Augst, Montgomery, Minn.
FOR SALE OB TRADE—SHORTHORN HERD BULL,
Royal Count He is a Duchesa of Gioster by Imp.
$10,000 Boyal Cud. Serviceable, bulls at $50 to $75
i, $40.
younger bulls,
Minn.
M. M. Anderson, Clarkfleld,
PLEASANT VIEW FARM OFFEBS FOB SALE
three registered guernsey bull calves two five
months, one two-months. Price $100 and $120.
Herman Luske,. Henderson, Minn.
HOI,STEIN CALVE8, PRACTICALLY PURE, SIX
weeks old,-$25 each, critted for* shipment anywhere..
Edgewater Farms, Whitewater. Wis.
RED POLLED BULLS, CHOICE HERD HEADERS
of' Jean Duluth. Advance- recurtl stock- on both
sides." Chris Geir,- Edinburg, N. D.
REGISTERED SHORTHORN
Jacobson, Tagus, N. D.
BOLLS. 3. O.
Help Wanted
CLERKS WANTED FOB GOVERNMENT POSI
tions. Railway mail, postoffice, departmental, field.
Examination soon. Salary, $130 month. Experi
ence not required. Particulars sent free concern
ing positions, examinations. Write Columbia School
of ClTil Service, 338 Pope Bldg., Washington, D. G»
ED STATES GOVERNMENT CLERKS NEED
(men-women) $1,-6OO-$2,30O, Vacancies con
itly. Few to travel. Experience unnecessary.
UNITED" STATES
ed (p
stantly. Few to travel. Experience unnecessary.
Write'~Mr. Ozment, Former Government Examiner,'
361, St Louis, Mo.
U. S. GOVERNMENT RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS
get $92-$192 month. Men, boys over 17. Steady'
work. List positions free. Write. immediately.
Franklin Institute, Dept C-48, Rochester, N. Y.
GOVERNMENT NEEDS RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS,
$133 to $192 month. Write for free specimen Ques-
Hons. Columbus^Institute, D-6, Columbus, Ohio.
Patents
PATENTS SECUBED, PROMPT SERVICE. AVOID
dangerous delays. Send for our "Record of Inven
tion.' form and free' book telling how. to obtain a
fIminary
atent
Send sketch or model for examination. Pre
advice without charge.
write today. J. L. Jackson &
Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Xea Hide & Fur Co., Albert Lea, -Minn.
TOBACCO OB SNUFF HABIT CUBED OB NO
pay. $1 if cured. Remedy sent on trial.. Superba
Company, X10, Baltimore, Md.
WANTED—HIDES TO TAN. SEND FOR CATA-'
log. The Williston Tannery, Tanners and Manu
facturers, Wllliston, H. D.
Lumber
VOSTS, LUMBER AND ALL OTHEB FOREST AND
mill products. Buy-^dlrect wholesale, price, from
mill to consumer. Split a Car Co., Box 982 Taco
ma, Wash.
FIR LUMBER,. MILLWORK). RED CEDAB
shingles, fence posts, from mills to you.__ Send
WHHBWIB, HUM. |iuaw, 11UIU 1UU1.1 I
for delivered prices. Lansdown, Box
Wash.
POSTS, LUMBER,
Ask for delivered
Wash.
-K, Everett,
SHINGLES, DIRECT TO YOU.
prices. Kirk Company, Tacoma,
CEDAR POSTS AT REDUCED PRICES.
Saint, Noxon, Mont
J. C.
Wanted—Farms
WANTED -TO HEAB FBOM OWNER OF GOOD
farm for sale. State cash price, full particulars.
D. F. Bush. Minneapolis, Minn.
WANTED TO HEAR FBOM OWNEB HAVING
farm, or unimproved land for sale. John J. Black,
Chippewa Falls, Wis.
I. WANT FARMS FOB CASH BUYEBS, FBOM
owners only. B. A. McKown, 347 .Wilkinson Bldg.,
Omaha, Neb.
WANTED TO 'HEAB FBOM OWNEB OF LAND
for Bale. O. K. Hawley, Baldwin, Wis.
Farms
A FEW CHOICE FABMS^ IMPROVED OB NOT 1M-
Suyer.
roved, for sale at bargain prices on terms to suit
You d6al direct with owner. I am not a
land shark. Write, N." J. Larson, Bergen, N. D.
PABTNEB WANTED TO MANAGE VAX3A. WILL
produce $8jOOO" a year. W. H. "Kaufman, Route 2,
Belllnghaaa, Wash. ...
FARM—STOCK RANCH, ICUSSELLSHELL* VAL
ley« Cheap investigate. Wilbur Malyon, Roundup,
Mont
Real Estate
SELL TOUR PROPERTY QUICKLY FOB CASH.
no matter where located., Particulars free: Aeal
•Estate Salesman Company. Dept 835, Lincoln, Nelj.
Potatoes
EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES FOR SALE, SI'. 25
busheL sacked. Reference,- anyone in Water
Nlcfc Cordell, Watertown, S. Pr
Honey and Sorghum
PURE
Ions,
JHUM—5- GALLONS, $4.25: 10 GAL
Fred Wolfram, Boute
N1,
Belle Plaine,
I*,1
in"»
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representatives. We still need several
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on them' and getting their renewals,
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Dat6. 1922.
Circulation Department,
National Leader,
Box 2072, Minneapolis, Minn.
Gentlemen:
Without obligation to me in any way,
please send me your offer to local circula
tion representatives.
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Highest references.
Co., 322 Ouray
PATENTS*-8END FOB FREE BOOK. CONTAINS
valuable information for inventors. Send' sketch of
£our invention for free .opinion of its patentable
nature. Prompt service. (Twenty years' experience.)
Talb^rt & Talbert, 413 Talbert Bldg., Washington,
INVENTORS—SEND SKETCH OR MODEL OF IN
vention for advice. .Write for "Evidence of Dis
closure Form" and "Book on Patents," free.
Prompt service. Mertou-Roberts & Co 209 Mather
Bldg., Washington, D. C.
Miscellaneous
FOB SALE—18-36 AVERY TRACTOR. HAS
plowed about 250 acres and threshed two falls in
good shape. Call or write, J. B. Schultz, Carpio,
•X. D.
FOB SALE—COMPLETE AVERY RIG, 25-50 TBAC
tor, 28-54 separator, 5-bottom self-lift plow. A-l
shape. Easy terms. John Michaels, Judson, N. D.,«
WANT HIDES TO TAN—HARNESS LEATHER, 25
cents per pound also for robes and coats. Albert
STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP. MANAGE
MENT. CIRCULATION, ETC.. REQUIRED BY
THE ACTvOF CONGRESS OF AUGUST 24. 1912,
of the Nonpartisan Leader, published every two weeks
at Minneapolis, Minn., for April 1, 1922,
State of Minnesota, county of Hennepin—ss.
Before me, a notary public in and-ior the state and
county aforesaid, personally appeared„01iver S. Morris,
who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes
and says that he is the editor of the National
Leader and that the following is, to the best of his
knowledge and belief, a true statement of the owner
ship, management (and if a dally paper, the circu
lation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date.,
shown in the above'caption, required by the Act of
August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal
Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this
form, to wit:
That the names and addresses of the publisher,
editor, managing editor and business managers are:
Publisher, the Nonpartisan Publishing Co., 427
Sixth Ave. South, Minneapolis, Minn.
Editor, Oliver S. Morris, 427 Sixth Ave. South,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Managing editor, Oliver S. Morris, .427 Sixth Ave..
South, Minneapolis, Minn.
Business manager, John Thompson, 427 Sixth Ave.
South, Minneapolis, Minn.
2. That the owners are: (Give,names and addresses
of individual owners, or, if a. corporation, give "its
name and the names and addresses of, stockholders
owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total
amount of stock).
Nonpartisan Publishing Co., 427 Sixth Ave. South,
Minneapolis, Minn.
F. B. Wood, trustee, 427 Sixth Ave. South, Minne
apolis, Minn.
John Thompson, trustee, 427 Sixth Ave. South,
Minneapolis, Minn.
Albert J. .Fox, 427 Sixth Ave. South, Minneapolis,
Minn.
3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees and
other security holders owning or holding 1 per'cent or
more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other
securities are: (If there are none, so state.)
Goss Printing Press Co., Chicago, 111.
Northwest Pub. Co., 427 Sixth Ave. South, Minne
apolis, Minn.
4. That the two paragraphs next above, .giving the
names of the owners, stockholders and security hold
ers, if any, contain not only the list of stockholders
and seairity holders as they appear upon the hooks
of the company but also, in cases where the stockholder
or security holder appears upon the books of the com
pany as trustee or in any other fiduciary relation, the
name of the person or corporation for whom such
trustee Is acting, is given: also that the said two
paragraphs contain statements embracing affiant's full
knowledge and belief as to the circumstances and con
ditions under.which stockholders and security holders
who do not appear upon the books of the company as
trustees,. hold stock and securities in a capacity other
than that df a bona flde owner: and this affiant has
no reason to believe that any other person, associa
tion or corporation has any interest direct or indirect
in the said stock, bonds or other securities than as so
stated "by him.
5. That the average number of copies of each issue
of this publication Bold or distributed, through' the
mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six
months preceding the date shown is (This in
formation is required from daily publications only).
OLIVER R. MORRIS. Editor.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 27th day ef
March, 1922.
(Seal) H,G. -TEIOAN.
(My commission expires Feb. 6, 1925).
The numbers on your address label
tell when your subscription expires.
The FIRST number is the number of
the month, "l" being January, "2"
February. The SECOND number is
the day-of the month,"and the THIRD
number is the year. Thus, "22" means
1922.
Alfalfa, $6.50 alslke, f9.B0 Grimm alfalfa. $22.50
Tlmotto, 12.50 Sudan, $2.00 Sweet clover, $5.00
Kentucky bine grass. $30.00 hundred orchard grass,
$22.00 Red top. $2o.00 sacks free. We avoid the
middlemen—order right from .this ad, or ask for sam
ples, but' get your order in now before another ad
vance and while we can make prompt shipment
RELIABLE SEEP CO., Saline, Kan.
Kodak Finishing
SEND US TOUR KODAK WOBK. NOT THE
cheapest work, but the best your Dims can produce.
We return1 jour work-the next day. Carlson's
Studio. Carrlngton, N. D. —.
PAGE FIFTEEN
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