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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, AGREEMENT REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED HE WORLD FOR A WEEK Continuation of the Bagley Independent # VOLUME 2 BAGLEY, CLEARWATER COUNTY MINNESOTA, THURSDAY, MARC 1 4, 1920 NUMBER 15 Sweden Radical but Un- ~- ~ .... ~ .... I .... AliensafraidWithout the Law BIG WEEK OF ENTERTAIN- WIDE SLEIGHS LAW GETS [COUNTY PADS HELD LEAGUE CONVENTION ~E~ AT FAMILY THEATRE CARLOAD OF BUTTER TUBS Jl 0 " The Famity theatre will have a big 0 D The Bagley Creamery received aI INTE STING SESSlON! ur Increasing Disaster AT R~,D LAKe, P~I,L,~ week of engagements for entertain- IS ELARED V I [ shipment of one whole earload of but- ................... ments~ for the theatre patrons of thiss ......... -- --[ter tubs today from El~rin_ , Ill. Each o .......~ ......... -- community, commencing on Saturday ...... ~ ] one of the 2,100 tubs will hold 63 ] i] ~w_e~en~s coaation cawnet is exp~ ~ Endorsed A. J. Hemsted For Repre- March 6th with a splendid picture pro- vrobamy uue to Negngence of "Lame ] pounds of butter, the 2,100 tubs hay- [ A J. Haugen Gets $1,964 Vault Job. t~ I;UmDle (1owll any pay, ann when . . 'Musical C - " ~ ..... [ [ " sentatlve and Rahfy Local Con- gram; Florenz Hartley s om Duck Employe F atlmg to get full mg a capacity of 132,300 pounds of col Dis . ! at happens the Soclahsts, who con- . . .... Sch t. 24 Awarded $1,500+ i ate the lar~,est, narliamentarv_ venti0n's Indorsement of .le(ty .C"s of comedians, artlStSnaaandni also~ Text Printed Before Passage [ but~r, which is expected will. be. sup-[ Other Business ............ ~ ...... ,~ J m,,, ...:n ~^.~ o...^.~ ~.. Tg~ w ~ r~_., mowe., on ~unuay and lwo .~ gnu, r pned by the farmers oI tins sectmn of ] i] ~ ....~.,i.~ t...~ h ........ i;~h next week; good picture prog m~ on ONLY FOUR WORDS OMITTED/the county during the next few[ ........ ~J -~"':.~ .... ~"? ?P= ..... "~..~ .... t, ...... - ........... ~ ........... Wednesday and Thursday and Satur-- - months." I Ine county aaos neld r, neir sessmlt ~] Dy the soclan~s some ~lme ago S'I'ATI"; CUNVEiN'I'ION 24 AND 25 day night'of next week" ~ ~ ~, nl A--~---Aa~t t, R~o~dst~ ]at the court house on Tuesday, March ~ ru noz rtje~mer ~ran~ing, .... tne major ..... ~" ....................... se Man d Sale~ ..... of 2nd, the meting bein. g called to order ~' "leader taken the potation that the Representahve W. E. Day, (league) I the. U, ,, ufacture an.,, . MTT~IP ~ [ /1~]k(~]~V /I~ I bv chairman Christ Sorenso.~ - ,q~.~- ii Lnservatives should have a chance from Clearwater County, attended the [ VPI2TTM DDftPD I M A~ sLmgo% y mw wmc%was to t[,lUJiU/ib UUI'Ihl]I UU.. the minutes of the last" me~i'n~~ !i handle the problems they were re- Nonpartisan league precinct dele- I blt, l,Ul'l ll UUIUil'l /ll ta,~e enec~ an~ pc^in xorce [rom, ano [ " |bein~ read and annroved and t-h~ !i 0.nsible for. gates convention, representing Red a~er january 1, 1.~zl, was. ~ec~arefl PfiMlMP IIUDP MID ff Iboa l adjourned to~-~ n m "" :~| And the Socialist program there Lake and Pennington counties, held at [ A llhlqPfiDlllM M I DPII f ; vmp co,mmg ~o mxorma~mn we nave [ LW|Vll[]U 111,11[' l'1/~11,/'C / At I v Om the boarti ~onvened with | ~fing for drastic changes in taxation Red Lake Falls last Thursday and re- ] /4Ul/lllll11111q PI/HIUII i an~ ~,mp, y t.ro,g,. ,,? omission [ ....................... men~13ers nresent and the b~idsfor !| s record ''""'" a xew woro.~ from ~ne Dill as passed " ' , . port~ a attendence. Mr. A. J. " bufldm the re |st (Continued on page 5, No. 1} ............ ] ,, the last leo-slat|re bed- I ,," ~ o ran Forks Talent [ g . g ~r of Deeds vault , ;J b~ ~,. ~ Now Pla:m t G d , i nemsteu, a suos~anmm xarmer xrom, ....~ ..... I .......... " ,., I ~ - _ ._ " lwere openeo, one nia suomitted by ,~I An ~vemng ot w~t, r~umor, ratnos t~epresen~at~ve w r, ~ay, wmm ented Comedmns and Artmts Will It i-. ~ . t Plummer, who has been very active , .. ., , " . " " " |Victor Shelouist for ~2-~28 a-d t~,~, ~!! .,. e'~ ..taken by t e people Mr. A.J. ~Iemsted, of Plummer, amongthe entertainers of the eountr_v, null and void. ;~h,~. ,.,..t,~i eomnanv of ,;~,o,t, /formerlv of /~.--vi~l~ e ...... ,,,~,~ :l ,~,ms~ ]ownsmp m ~ne matter ox , s s or By sheer force ~ str n th of cha~ On page 1303 of the 1919 Journal of ........................ tding the to'ship in question fortwh wa., unanimously endor, ed f, I ". .... o "the;:. e !g. , - ,"t~he House we find t~'~* on Wednesda.. ans and artists present a 45-minute]licence, w&~ granted and licenee or- I . . " , ~epresen~a~lve irom ~e(~ LaKe county, acter tna~ snows itselx in ms ~orK, ne ~ ~,,,,~ ~' " " e l de i d bufldm sa m that he ho s~ .... : . ". o show that ]s stud to be on augh af- red ssued. ....... g,. y g .....pe ,~s a prancer farmer having remded m ]has forced himself into the forefront [Aprl! ,.nd, 1919, the 62nd day of the t ..... ,~. .... ,1~ .... h f ~ I Annlicati n ~.~t- .T Ir.~, ,~.' ~u cluzens or rlols~ will reeon- , I imam|re sessi n f ~. ~..~.,.~., .......... ue as eatu.~ ~ o., of ...-._. ........ ... , ............ [ h~s countx for over 24 yea~ and ~s I of Readers and Stagers now before ] eg . , on, Mr. Newma o - ,~i~b ...... t. t.~ ~h~ in ~-nl--~ [refundment of taxes ~M .,,, th~ ~u !| ,, the ~ssue wnen ~ney ge~ their " fered the followin amendment to ~" .......................... ~--.~- ~ ....... ~ ,,,~,~ ,~ ................. very well known. As a league can- the pubhc m the entertainment fiehl. , .~ - - g ........ " " " . ev nin's en- NW~4 of See 19 and the NW " ~ts together a,d get duw. tu br~,~ . ........ tmn w~th their plays, the e g. % NWK ,. " didate for theleg~slature, Mr. Hem-lH,s audmncesare,var,abiycharmed ~i.~.N'31(thewme~'e'gnsm"'. ,^.~ ..... :.~. .... a+^~, .... ~,, ~of Sec 20 Townshi...~a ~-~....~ ~i I " " rful han 't.~ko m: thewords" nrchased ......... ~,,~ , ........... v ...... h[ " ' ~ +" """' .... ~ ~"~' -~" . ...... I stad ~ll be hard to defeat because he and dehghted by h~s maste d- ] - - , " P .... will resent A was receomemled to the Minn ! ..~. ......... { possesses every quahfieatmn for the ]hng of hm themes, and a~tonlshed at ] a . ppea n nne or ~._ ~.~Vo~ono,, o.,I .,, ~,io,, |Tax Commission n ano~ner issue of ~ne rioneer zne .... " t firsz nanq" as a rsi " a On Sunda they p esot~ ---rooz corresponoen~ owells at " ion 1 ,,~uc~ ,~ . .~ " ' " " ! ! : ! got down to "brass tacks" finds .. ": .... . " -- I a page from Holman y, "t x I (Continued on Shev,in page, No.3) good notices In other cities. [dered that District No. 24 be awarded~ ~l taoout .............. 4 ouu ins~eao oi ~,uuu miles ~ equally m ~ne cs~ r maintaining ~ne I never a suspicin that the gtare f I-s ric ~ -- This comvanv is now nlavin~, [the sum of $I 500 in cash and all the |. _ . .- . ~ at the , ~neJt Bal}cocz .... nignways%" can De" oui~t" '? [ di'.t t manager, the funds to be [ the.. foot-lights.. .~gives'. him only. the ] ...,~.~'~ .t'ELLOWS TOOK IN Metropolitan theatre in Grand Forks..[ ltaxes dehnquent on lands lying vnth- :; ~itis state fo rthe hu~,e sum of ~100 ! ra!sed out of the $18 league member- I faintest, most flmkermg knowledge of ] LARGE CLASS WEDNESDAY North Dakota, all this week and they in the boundary of the Original Ino ~0' I acree that~the FARMER[ stops as provmeo ny a recenz mo~lon [ the limits of the platform. In almost] " will play at the Grand theatre, Bern|d- [dependent District No. 2, that ;| Er~ ;o .... i maae ~y ~ne organize, rarmers o~ lZ~ ]complete darkness himself, he dirtuse~l ,~, ..... ..- ~ .......... xr- ~ ii after'tlaeir enca~ement here I been or shall be aid into the :l .-o goo(~ roans, nu~ now many" - . " " ' w,w.~,+~=, ~,.~..,,, ,,,~,.~ ,, ., v . ...I , ,. ~... . . p County ~, vn---- :::- ---,,- ~---:~- i....~. .... [ states. In all probabilities a mana- I cheefulness, buoyancyand mirth J~,,,~ ..... font .,-,~,,~ . ~,1,I ~'o ~ ] Treasurer smee the date of the o an ~-~ wt~ r~wsy v.vm~ ~y ~ pr~- ,. " " . .... ~- ...................... ||OW$ In- . r~ o , ! ger ~fll be employed, but no actmn wherever he e rs ed Babcock -pod roads bill involv ] . . [ app a .. ] ..... ed a la~-^ -~ .... ~ ~-a:a .... tm~ n ~vvw ~ ~t~ lint|on of said District 24, be and the ! such hu~,e ex~nditures 9 -t . :. yet been taken, as the countyI Don t forget the date and the place, ]--'-'*in-- th~ *~ .... ~ ...... /INTI.I FIII~I/F ~1 I/XH l same is allotted apportioned to said hann~n~l t~ b~ vlsitin~r" down in [ execut~.,e thisCmm~tteeSmatter inmUS~the nearCnvene [ High school Auditorium on Tuesday ] P~ s ....... ~" "~"~-'~'m$ht :'~-~ .... at gltlll Ulklll~ilJi~ tJI2Uk#ll I Independent District No 2 and shall Icy ~eounty.-southern Minnesota ~3r3ecide m- l evening, March 9th. ~etheal ~e~)o~) WFe.dlne~l?ax ,-, .................... I ................. e or( be paid to it; and monies in the treas- winter and while there the gener-] Delegates were -Iso elected at thi~ [ ] The local degree "team" was assisted .~ FI]$II I~ WilgKI$! I.u.rery of Independent School Dis~iet ; talk was for bonding the county I ?. .... - "~. . . " I r11111tll II hrl|l|TIO ~ |TINI ~. their w--~ ~-. ~_-.-a ~.,~...~ ~ IUlly liJ |1 IUltllkl/lt [ NO. Z al; ~ne ume ~ommon ~enoo~ Dis- [. .~ ~ . .~ .. , { convert[ion ~o sl~ m ~ne stale conven- i 1411-111 /114 I I1-1MI]ill~, Ill Pd I I It~t ~,..~ o.v ~Ixattu ~tlat~tl, r$- I t,.|.,t [l~. Ol --... - ~kl" ~. A *.. k-- J" ~r~pe~oun~y t~onalng mw pas- I tion at St Paul Wednesday and Thurs I DhUh/lll Phlll|It)/I,111/I Dexter, of Detroit, and Grand Scribe, -- l ~:',~, ..... -. ,~,,~ ~s~,asnea, ~ ~ el- ,, ,, v3aect aeeormn %0 assesseo ValUatiOn, m the zas~ sessmn of the le mla Minnesota Issue is g " " " . g" " da-.,, March 24 and 25 "to endorse can" I .[ McDivitt, of Minneapolis, who heads " Latest Public[ ~. . " . . ~. " i The pod roads boosters m that un mouon earrma eacn uommmslon ~lel,* .............................. m .... h~,, =,ho,, ,~ ~,.,o~ t~a I mers should not be so confident of vie- I On last Saturday. evening at 8 1 -- is .being circulated in the.~state. . It is ] --year 1920.. and t_h~ n~.~'~t~,e~=.__.__ wt-~ __!~ tv " v /tr~ as to neglect their duty of voting] o'clock, ~t. Pauls Parsonage was the 3 MARRIAGE LICENSES printed at St. Paul and ~t ~s devoted|used for sue~ rnni~t~o~ ~-~ .m~ ~i would be used on the main| ~ ,t]he ball . . e e~dmg factor]scene of a happy wedding ceremony, ISSUED DURING WEEK principally to flag waving and de-[ State Aid allottment is hereby fi~t~A dry mco way that the money we si ~ ot is th d ....... " ......................... etu,. d ^_ L~-_--~..p ^~ it would The i in end coming mec~ions. ~mator Nap- Iwhen Miss Beaulah E Dennis and Mr. -- ceiving. |at 40 uer cost m~hi,~ot t~ ~n~('K~~- : le ......... ~--~ors knew that the l lin wa~. applauded with ent~usmsm [ Selmer E. Sorenson were joined m I The following marrzge hcenses were The announcement on the first page/the Commlsgi--~- , ~i~,h~,~,~,. ~ ! 0 ~,,~um~..~.,-~o^a -n the hi~rh- ] througnou~ sis srief t~lk, and senti- | ,.c~mck l~y l~evA. Sorenson. Ciar- I issued during t~e week from the Clerk of this new anti-league propaganda | ........................ F'an~ tW~a~Ual~l~effo~ and enthu~si- !ment ran high for the Senazor's faith- [ence Sorens?n, brother of the bride-]of Court'B o~ee: journal {political organ) tells its pur- [ ~ a #I ~z~--'~~vm~,,., ~i t by the boosters would be concen- 1 xu~ pumm service. _ ~ groom was pest man, while Ethelyn ~ .~ To.Selmer ~. ~orenso.n and Buelah pose plainly. We quote it in part: | K ~|~1 F UiiNTI#IRIrrFK ...... " ..... ~ .-- ~,~ .... i/]enms, s181r~r oI zne pride, acted asl~enms on v enruary ~-~tlL "The purposes which inspire this/l#/l.MLIl~l ~MIIIII~IVUIb.} I -~ on zne parucmar mgnway, asp] (Continued on ~nex nn page, ~o. z~ | bridesmaid. The bride carried Red [ To Anton Thoreson and Emeliapublication and which will be the[ ......... i dsZUo~ +v~ g~e~n ~nne mos+~n~ii~..i, ii,lf./Ikllll~O ..11111.1111. I Miss Beulah E. Dennis needsno in-lried on the same day.~ased upon the sincere desire to pre- ] GENEROUSLY"^In YWCA wOon.Sequenc.e., little if any a t_te_n~ ] American Beauties. [ Mann, on March 1st. They were mar- measure o f its policy throughout, are : Z. According, to the beautiful pen[K~I[~KUA~ lff, lUIEtr, l/ [troductmn to our, reader, ~avmg] To Anton O. Lmdstrom of Ottertafl serve the Amerma~ form of govern- ~treo .. tho%u~k hi--hw*~,s if +ho I I spent her girmoo~ ~tays in ~ms corn-|county and mgaborg Olson, March 3. men~; r.o uphold the element of law t ~___ o~ ~M~I"~-~. ~. uJ~-..~ : Posed Bahenek bill sasses at the I IP/I 1[~i~I|]' 1111111 /1||~1111111~O [ mumty. She m an accomphshe I and order, to asmst m promoting the | ....... , ..... : ----- ~ om tim has hi best de .. tee xoung woman s t;nrtstum ~lng election, drawn by boostersi IUfltlV/415 "ng lad . and for s e -- e vtm n a mtl g - g ree of American e,t/zen-/ ......... r~e ~,~;,~t ~.,h. ~.n't ~.~,~ them-i inelO a pomuon as one o~ ~ne aotes~ PIf~itllMI- H ~ Ill~/ lll stop, ..... ' / Assn m urtve tot i~naa ~ ,es a~"o~ers"s~,e'-~em~'~robably[ ] clerk, at the Bagley Merchantile Co's. ] Ulll.llk|l|L~ L[, O. ~VOI 11/ Verily, a continued harping on one's ] ..~ . ,, . -- :_, !:: i farmers could raise ad~'ditinnal ! Uncle Sam Relinqnishes Control Of [ store where she made a wide acquaint- [ .............. patriotism, one s devotion to the flag, | The Iotmwlng were added to tl~ :,' d~ and build barns and relay~-sta- Roads Sunday at Midnight After |anceship and a host of friends who I R~,| [2V | ~T ~T one's red-blooded Americanism, goes/hon.r,rll of the Y o~,)g Woman:i. i alon~, the nronosed highway sol Two Years of Guardian~hin ] wish her happiness. [ ~/~UI~I~I LI/I, IJI Ot~l, far to arouse suspicion that a smoke-| ~nr~suan Association dr~ve for fundp_ - t afterthe i~n~er [,ets his load] " I Mr. Selmer Sorenson iB a progres-[ screen of noble virtues is bein~r put| in ~nis community ~uring t~e month ded on +~ *t,e mo~n hi~hwa~ b~, the [ ~- "-., - --rs ............. I sire young farmer, who also is so I .......... ~..~^.over to hide some sort of devi~ltry | of February just past: _, ----- .-. ~ ~ a , ~.~. ,,,o y~ ut guarmannn~pl ~ . ...... ? ., " an I t,as~ ~a~uroay evening tne ~,,,~,~ ........ , ". ,t~lo.. m~ll^,,.^.. =n" o~ four horses fromhts farm gate, land control of the railroads of thelwen ~no.wn m ~ne commum~y ~na~ ~. I '.ml Erskine High School basket ball ~na verona ~ne smo~esereen the/-,+~ -o,:?-~ ............... = ~_'.'Z'Z. anunhitch" one team and t them I m" tes Uncle Sam returned| in~roouc~ion is unnecessary tie ~sI u~ " I s anh-league political stage is all set| a. ~. t~ar~otomew .............. Lb~J , U ted Sta ,. . n " c~ 'I 'nts c a hed in a battle royal for " O H Obe ~e highway barn, rut roller or l the roads to ~nvate ownersh~ at mid-|numbered amp g the many good -" I mnors at the ~.,'~.~nosium hore -rid" with a chorus of fat boys or plutes, l rg .................... 1.00 a~_._ ~t -- ;-'--~-~ -- -~-~ --~ " lizens of this community who was al-/ ,~^ "..1...~ ? .~'"._,'__ ~_ ~,~" ~-_"_~ sitting on barrels of told labeled. L. L. Nichols ..................... sJu~es on the ream HIIA~III~tl UIi ~aetmgn~. / ~ . .~. __ . .. / ,.de r~tlulb W~ i~, vit:bul-.V lul- I~lile |tl~t~t i~- -- - .. . ~ ~-. ~ "[ t~ D ~l~.a.~.~ 1 ~ " When on the highway and roll in- I President Wilson has siomed the I ways uomg some~mng r~ ve~er con: I o~'s bv a score of 42 to 16 . tunas ~o ngnt tne orgam~ farmer/.~ .;;- ~ ............................ t ~ Irons fo~ h~s fellow c~t~zens as wen and laborer, contributed by the B1 m j w tlunsen b~t wn. But then we might as well[Cummins-Esch railroad bill, provid-[ o " . ' ,'; ~ .. ". I It will be remembered that Bagley . ,, g -[".. ~." -.. .'~ .................... ... aeronlane frei~,hters as fax as the ~ ~..- -~ ~h~ ',~-dnti~n a tho Ii .... I as for nimsem lvtr. ~orenson has a i o~* ~.- ~-~t.~.~ ~ ~ho ~o~ ....... honteresr~s, and each one of the charac-IU. "t. ~envatw ................... ~'oes and sail to market--it would } ter their return to their owners at 12.- [ host. of friends who extend congrat- [ :hich was far from regulation size ters ~s waving the flag;. In that anti-[ E. H. nReff= .................... 1.0~ ~t as reusonable. I 01 a. m., Monday morning of this | um.~,mn~ ....... .~ I md consequently set the local quint ma.g~e ~nea~re .one woum .ats.o nna r~te | ~'~n.r~-~ ..................... .~ !~er returning from my visit inl week. He issued a proclaimation ap-I` lne r arm. ers tn~epemten.~ wsne. [ack when it came to b~ket shooting, an~Heag~ue aumence, eonmsung o.t, ~ne|~'~ ~'.~. GZC==?, ............... -'Y county I learned through news-I,,ointi,.. Walker D Hines under the I ~nem goou ,uc~ an~ prosperity. ! owever the winnin~ of thereturn , 'anu~acturers, wnmesa~ers, re~auera, i .j-.-~. ~.-~,..~ ~,~ ............... aw: , ~ -,,~ m , e. M~rs Ul 1 '~: r ..... , ete, applaudin the chorus after the . e u son ................... z0 reports that the county bond-lact ,to wind up all matters arming out J ......................... [ ame last Saturdav should make the ,- g ....... /~ ~. r~..~^. ~,~ ISsue was defeated bv a two to~.f feder*l ~-~trol He als .... t hisl rAt~sw~s,.~ ~uttrttm~r~ rAtt'r~ ['ovs f~ t,~tto~ ~,~d m-re enthusias- same om song, we are Amelqcansl~, "-.~ .... ~L' ................... ,w~ vote, the farmers voting solidly ] reply to the 15 railroad unions which [ _ . o ,--T---. ....... [ ~ic for the next game. All,. And thee musical .accompam- | ~rs. ~nas .wLnger ............... ~z~. nst the town le A numner ox mines garnered a~ .~ne ~ men~ m an Orchestra cOnSlS1~in ofthe ~tr~ m ape| t~enms .............. 2m peop . have ur d that the pendm wa dis- After the game, the local club gave g e farmers in" Holst townshln" turn-I ....,.~ ~t.^..,age ~^ ,~. _g~.._~.,-.o.ge ]home of Mrs. Old Olson on Tuesd ya ] .... t.~;. a ..... a ..... ,h. ~.,... kept press, from the St. Paul Disnatch" I J. F. Deneen ................... 1:00, loWn the county road bon~] issue [ t.~ ........... t ~.a .~o. ~^ ~ | evening of thL week, the occasmn - l~.~ h ........ ~,~.~:I ~th d~li~,ht down to the Winnebago Enternrise.| M s Mossefln .................. 50~, ~e same reasonthe Sibley eouatY[era~"~e i--n~e'~en~t"of--t'lae "l~i~"-~ ~'" [ !ng a farewell surpriseparty..given i.n ] ~i~sic~,as~fu'r'n~ed by the "Bagl"ey w~th Fred Hadley as director. But|H- K. B~wn_ .................... ~ ~ers turnod down the county ~ndI i nonor oz Mrs Aaron tm~se~n wno ~s i .... .... a ,~o ~,u,, ~,~u,d ds,~ tnere ~s no narmon nothin but dis t mrs ~unoe| Z~, Ipropomtm. " n. The money we leawng thin week to join her husban mt;l t,,,elve "-! m that orchestration.. . wh'mh Mrs. Ohver Barness .............. 50 exneeted to raise, or at lea~t_l - l at Fosston where Mr. and Mrs. Hal- " .... will perhavs be able to nlav a death Mrs. John Halvorson ............ 1.00, ofit, was to be used for a certnin i ~. , ..... , [[seth will make their future horn .I ~NOTHER FIRE SCARE chant for the old gang this fall if- thev|A" J" Htgdem .................... 20: or highway, we were told m a I ULIIIIrI'I1 ~I~EIIlI'Pt] II The evemng was spent m candy malt- __ keep rehearsing under the directors. I A. L. Kmser .................. 1.00 ~,eaanner.. The talk at the Holstl[ "=~-r ..... ........ II ing and at cards and a good time wa~] This morning about 11"30 o'clock [ -- /Luther Haugen .................. 50 mtg was favorable a ainst theI I enjoyed bY all. " . ..,, - ............... . .... g ~ - the fire alarm was g~ven and the clti- ~ARMERS HAD SUCCESSFUL C ntinued on Shevlin rt_Y or .~. voter~, ~ne gist ofI ST PAUL' "~UERAN ~n,~n~ .... / ,~~ ___ zens rushed to the G. A~derson home ELEVATOR MEETING SAT. I ( o ~ea on ~nevnn page, No.4),~: wa~ ura~ use xarmers snoumI o t~u ~u ~,tatua~.,n[ ti~blJ ULL B MI~I~'I'II~U ~AT. ] where they expected to find a real bad [ [ VILLAGE AND TOWNS14IP A ex r ----- Pect to'have good roads to o~ Rev. A. Socenson I ~ ~ , ~re but after investigation learned [ About 75 farmers ~,~thered at the [ ~.z,,~,~.~ ~ r~ ,..'.,~,~ ~.~.~ gates! ~Very well. If we can-I St. Peter at 11 A.M. | The semi-monthly young marrie~ it was simply a fire scare ..... ' .... ~-: -- I ~,~,~ ~, ~r, m~ s~zz ~nd our township to build good ] Zion at 3 P.M. / people's club meting, which was to be "' [ cour~ n.ouse t as~ ~at~rtlay Az~rnoon [ , fo " n F on. , , .,., , . , , , ,, , ,, , , where tney nelt~ a ly~tsiness meev, lllg ox r transportation from ~rl Sunday school at 10 A.M. held o riday evening, was held . * I their co o ................ J ~' ] The Village and Township elee gates to the highways and to the I Luther League Friday at 8 P M last Saturday evening so that the , MALLARD . I ,~ _ - ~m~ve oemVa~or! _mzopun~ I will be held on Next Tuesday, M ,~d ~ne new articles oi meo~on AnO t the "~, ~ ~ ~, .,ts, they we eertainiy do not Confirmation class Saturday at" I0~ members could attend the high school )~isi--" *~'^:- --='~'J ..... I. ~ ..... ]9th, a re , a," p~l.~ ,,,, ~}, ~ : o i ball * * t * * * * i * * , , , , , , , , , , ta~ tzteti t~t~plt4~i ~to~.~t xz-s~lt @O,~d"tt _ ur~ ourselves, our child- 30 A, M. basket game at the gym. Friday. I t^ .o~ ... IThere will be little, if any p~itiea ~x " - The evenin was leasantl s nt at " '~'" .... eitement so f m their grand~i.'ldren w~th tax [ g P Y" pe ...... T "d ........ I ... .^_z. .... I ar as contests are m l~rred for bmldin~, boulevards cards and dancing, as usual and an tm~e and e~t ~e wmmm were r~- i tne stoc~ snares were rinsed ~o I cerned in R~]~,, ~,,~ ,~,~,1~,,o t, ure~t~v ,e ...... :L? ~..._~ ___'2~_~ BRORSON LUTHERAN CHURCH .........~..__~_ _ 2_" _2._. _~ ~_ da~ evening visitors at Axel Felts I $50 each and the name of the associa- I..~_, ._: _ --~,';-~'. -7"" "~. .... "~. - .... ~&e~ art: ~t~gxt mtUttKtt , .~ appebtzmg II~liI~III~UIi W~tSenJoyetloy ~. ~ .-~. "~-~ ,_,_ , ~. . _. ,x ,'.[,." ....... ~. .... J ._ .t i,~'~ .-t |Wilat we are ame to learn zrom t m, now* G E. Nelson, rastor oil mrs.Mal~ln l~sF,.l~e lext xor r~al- I uon wae cnangeu m ~ne ~agley uo- I shins th~..,,..h^,,+ th...~.,,t,, it.. .. : farmers know there is ,~ient- of ~ .... ~ ..... h,~! .t 10 a m stad. Minnesota on Monday to attend [ operative Company. The date of the I tivitv will tus =!~ ~t th;~ .I~,H~. isest kind of eTavel ia everv i ~.M~h ~.-, ~ at 7"30 n ,~, YOUR BEST ANSWER the funeral of her sister. Mrs. John [ annual .meeting was also ~ to | ............................ in the county ~vith which wr~I ~"~-~'~"~ ~'-~'I-~,~ .... l "Chu~re~":+ I, mho t~t answer t. .. ~ .... ,~o.t Bakke. I the .~%'ond Tuesday in June, and the | -- ial roads cz~n be built at" a i ~, ~'~ ............................. "k~'~""~.~ an nddit~{~.~'i.~,~'~'~"i'n SeVeral of our young fo~ts attended [ association decided to join the state | t less per mile than ~e propos- +" y'p. p. S. meeting in Shevlin Friday the sub~ri'ption -list of your newspa- the apron sale. at the Ve~t school on I Potato Exehang, e. + .... [ ~ : ~ck pod roads ]a and w raze ~atur~ay evemng ~ rne ,~a~'~ev t;o operative t.~, nas , g p n, e evening, March 12th " per, Mr. Orga i d Farmer! The In- ,% " " " th s ' , ' - | ~ AK~ M .se roads built from our farm ---- denendent s c~rculatmn ~s growng at .~ . ....... I ........ I .... today afternoon v~sltors at Pc- e. upport of the majority Of the far- m ket An ie i ~ - ter re~erson's were; mrs. r~ ~" Felt, mers in tnis community and ~ne lnst|- ar. ~, y ~t mate good NORWEGIAN LUTHERN CHURCH a healthy gait w~thout Rohc~tatmn, but ..... .~ ...... ; ," . / ..........~_+:__ I oposkion r, na~ wm ~enefit the ~-v I" !1" "~- -nson if each stockholder and subscriber mr. an~ mrs. ~xe~ rett and oaoy ano I ~ut~on has a nrt~n~ tumre. I of the farmers will receive . '. " " . would take it u on himself to et one Bet. y Berg uLt. ~ ty sunnort of the farmers Servmes will be held m the Hill new s-bo~ribe~p before s~ring work Henry and Axel Felt made atrip to !39 PUPvI,S WERE EXAMINED I .'e wit~l~ ~.ood roads bo~ school house, town of Nora next Sun- ~.m~.~o~ .. th~ o~ .,.~ ~ .... Shevlin on Saturday, Henry leavin~ ! AT NUTRICINAL CLINIC HI~RE I .hin~'~, ~ndthat is, the FA~-"~"...... day, March, 7, at 3"00. p.m. :~:;:."~:.':.'~.~=:.==~..'.=.'.~'.,.,.~ ,,~**. ~ . w,,.,,, ~.~=..~--e:l:~,~.~. ~ ~ for Bemidji on the noon t'rain. Het .............. ,: P l+,t~ _...,+ . . ++. +ED GOOD ROADS! And ....... ~ ...... home in Clearwater county, returned on Monday. ) Dr. Cole. of Mmneapohs and Miss[ good enough for the farmer ,+U~m,L~+~XSUP+AL t.,nu~Jtt __. Rev. H. E. Bodle conducted services ('a,~iner. E~tension Specialist of the [ + ,' enough for the tourist---gra- Sunday school at 10:30. OH, BOYS! at Rice and Minerva Sunday I A+-rietdtural Extension Dept.. of MIn-I ~, [S " ' " " Y L' m ~ township m the Morning worship at 11:30. Sub- There well be services in the Vern]~oanohs. held a nutricmal clime here[ ~n M.inne.seta correctly built jeet: "What Think Ye of Christ?" See the new No. 25 Daisy pump air school house March 14, at 10:30 a. m. ! Wednesday. Thby examined thirty- [ ~!", mme~,_ All are" welcome. Come yourself ~uns at the H. C. Peterson's hardware .... I nine pupi|s and Miss CArd|her gave Im [ ~ dUH~N J SJOLANDER. and bring your neighbor store Ba le b " " " , g y. 15-tf Su scribe for this paper nowI excellent talk to the parents. I ~i ? ' ~, +_