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March 25, 1920     Farmers Independent
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ERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGH~ RESERVED• * " : ~ , ' ~ " , = ....... AGREEMENT• REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED• FARI~R~' INDEPENDENT BOOST FOR SHEVLIN--YOUR He... Mt TOWN--EVERY. DAYr :re You Start Your New Building, See BREDE ' 'actor & Shevlin, Minn. All Kinds of Building And Cement .Work Ifllllllllltllllhllllllllflllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllll " t i ren Flow welcome an evening meal or - aoon-day lunch of these delightfully ! flavored Sausages and Cold Meats will be. A change from the same old broils, stews or roasts--a change ~ ° !the entire family will appreciate. Get these tasty, pure foods her today and please the family with "something different" for the evening meal. SHEVLIN, MINNESOTA, • IIIIIIllllllllllllllllllltlHlltlllltlllllll: B % Great Opportunities I have a large tract of cut-over lands, which I have been carryinl for some time, that I am putting on the market at this time at a very low price lind easy terms. This is an excellent opportunity for a young man who wants to get a piece of land before lands take as great an advance as they have in other localities. These lands are located in Clearwater county and the Southwestern part of Belt. rami county, right in the great dover belt district. 1 will sell them from 40 acre tracts up. Be sure to write me for J. R. Holton SHEVLIN. MINNESOTA. lmrtieulars-- given annually In the Untt~d n.bles and two children's hospltalL • * * * * * * * * * * * ~ * * * * * * * months. They took up a btlsiness • * course but did not complete their • LOCAL NEWS " .~tudies. • * . A. I,• Gordon made a business trip • * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * t,) Bemidji Tues, lay. P I Renne left Monda.v fm I rs B d~e • • ,. ." " ~ :- William; "r, representing tile kme aftct spending the week end at n • • . " " ' America Bankers Life insurance (~o. hm home here. " . was here Tuesday and soht fifteen Ole I ee, of Bagley ~ar here be c , . ' • "'. - thousand Iollars ~•ov'th of IAfe Insu- tween trains on We(tnesday on husi- rance ss ....... farm H~ "tlel : nd Webster oJ Mc/nto~ E iNorman wno purellaseO the , , .' - . , " ' wore nere on t)us]ness on Mon(13y. ness. Hamel and Webster, of Mclntosh, E. of Brumpton's l~,st fall, is moving in ,re bel . on business m ¢londpy. this week• A. Kaiser, of Bag]ey was here on John [~kson, of I,eonard was a husiness Tuesday. business visitor on Monday. Frank Juline was a B, agley visitor Read the advertisements in the In- on Monday. ' dependent and patronize the adver- O. T. Stenvick and Abe Johnson o~ tisers hecause they are dependahle Bagley were here on husiness Sat- and progressive. urday. Hans Undum of Parry, Montana. arrived here on Monday to visit his /~se the Want Ads in the Independ- sister, Mrs. leer Krohn. on, when you have sometbing for sale Mrs. A. L. Gordon spent the past or trade or want something. See the week at Alida earing for Miss Grace r~ltes under headinm Gordon, who is ill with pneumonia. Joseph Renne of Bagley spent the week end here with his family. Mrs. Hartrik Hanson left Sunday for Fertile where she will visit her brother, Arthur Petter.~on. Mt~. John Thorpe entertained Miss Ella Ramstad and ,Miss Nancie Swan- lund at dinner Saturday evening. Bill Wiench was a visitor at his home here on Tbur,~day returnin~ to Bagley the same day. Walter Fosres of St. Paul. repre- senting the "Northwestern Jobbers Credit Bureau," was here Thursday. Miss Edith Brumpton and Miss Lena ~lergenson visited Bemidji on Wednesday. W. H, Pawek returned Thursday from an extetlded visit in Northern Minnesota. Mrs. M. Wahl and Mrs. E. Limlal, of Solway, were here Thursday. Mrs. Oliver Barness of Bagleyspent Saturday here with friends. Ludvig Holum visited his wife at Fosston Monday. She is confined in the hospital under the care of Dr. Turnbull. John B. Gordon, Olof Harrum, Man- ley Gordon and George Gordon re- turned from Crookston Sunday, Where they have attended the Crookston Business College the past three F We pay highest market price for Potatoes 6EO. E. RICE POTATO CO. SHEVLIN, MINNESOTA Too r For Sale By / SHEVLIN. MINNESOTA Read the Ads Patronize Your Advertisers l}erivstlon of Blackmail, blackmail was money trnublous times, to prot~t and workers of the land freebee,arK The word "black'" n~ean wicked or wrongful, but sense of to cherish or proteet. a customary tribute of money. e~tle or the like anciently paid ~orthern counties of England for protection against DII- Insurance Is now paid formed to provide It consideration• In the course the word took on added mean as almost everyl ,),her word today It represen)s sn at-. to hold up and defraud by Of Intimidation and tbreata. American RoyallstL Adams estimate~l thst ont~ t sll the people of the colonies that Is. opposed to the Oreat Britain. A minority favored obedlenee to Brlt- but the Rreut majority op- the British methods with the bur wanted a peaceable set- and ,be maintenance of the connection. The war drove the so-called Torles, Intoarm- l~iWaee, and In the colony of aioue more th,n ~0.tKIO arms for the Brltlsh. Out of of Imm than 4.000.- than 00.000 r0yallst~ left durtng the revoluUoa be* Whirling Molten Iron Into Pll~, If you whh'l a string with a wolghv on the en(I and then let go, what hnp- pens? [t flies off at a tangent. Thi.+ is eaused hy what is km)wn as cen. trlfugal force: and the same prlnelnh, It~ applh,d ~,) many pll)e-eastin~ ma chines. The hot Wan Is poured Into the nlaehlne, and It htnds on a whirl Ing steel mohl that Is prnperly cooled The llquld Is flung agalnst the shles hardens, and ('runes nut a perfeel I)lpe The pipes that ore made In Jhl~ way life (If unifornl thickness, and. tlh)llgh tb|n. sre very I~troug.---I)ol)Uhlr S('I enee Monthly. Cltanly Wild AnimslL Animals. nays a Freueb savant, fur- nish man an example In the mailer of hygiene. They wore the first crea- tures wbo made use of the sponge, soapand even of the toothbrush. Fromthne Immemorial they cleuned themselves by using the tongue as a brusb, their saliva as soap. thelr tall as a towel, their claws as a eolnh. Furthernlore, they bathe themselve~ frequently. Colonies of nlonkeys Isolate those among tbeln who refuse to observe the rules of cleanliness. It ha,~ been remarked thal monkeys with well- eared for besr(l~ lske the precaution when drinking o¥ never letting them get wet. Chlmlmnzees almost Invari- ably rlnee out their mouths after eat- Ing. and a certain Young orang-outang alwap, d m~d & toothpick. Marvelous Patchouli. Plant• From the I,Ittle Review we i)iek Ibl! gem concerning the I)afchouli [)lllnt." *'Iffonly Darwin had lived to see the pltle|loull Dhtnt! You have heard of fi,)Wers Spt~'ill]]y Hdllpt|ng tbelllstqves to be fertilized I)y hoes or hulterflles, or spiders aud such-like? Well, lhis plant which grows hi the ~Ol'ests of {~Ulltelnahl ('1111 on|.v t)e fet'ltliz~,d hy Engll~h t'Xldorers. O11 either shle a small erevb.e nh'ty be discerned in Ihe fleshy Iohes of the va yx. The IQ~IIM1 ll'llVebw s~,eillg lhls phlnl is iliillle~ll- ahqy St I'll('k hy its re~(,llll)ht n('e. tO those I)ellli.v-|n-IIle-Sh, l tlllt'hilleS In Ihe rniIwHy R1;I[iOIIS I11 ho:ne. '['ht'ollgh sheer ['Ol'el* of ]I)I['HI ])e lllke'~ a I,tMIny from his I),~eko( IIIHI ill~pl•t,~ It In ono of the ('revh.es or ~lols. "nllne(thllo rele, ltl'f--~ .let ~)f hl'..-hly s~,enled Ihlu|(I pollen Is dls(.lt)~rge(I frml] lhe Sl)out lip- on Ihe pistil )ylng I)eh)w. all(] lhe Dhlnl Is ferlIlize(I. ('ollhl }tnythtnl~ l)e nlore lllll'acuh)us? And yet tllere ~tre ,liege wire deny fho e,xlstence of (~od. Poor fools." 'l'h(, New Republle. FOR SALE SEVEN room house and barn for 'sale located near high school. The building was formerly owned by C. F. Peterson. Inquire of, 17-19c Mrs. C. J. I,undin. SMOKOLINE I Smokoline for smoking 9aeat at the Iml~rial Drug ,Co., ~,gk¥, 17-c KODAKS AND SUPPLIES " ' 1 We received a large shipment of Eastman Kodaks ann supplies. You cannot afford to be without a Kodak. Imperial Drug Co,, Bagley. 17-e LAND FOR SALE SW~A of the NE%, the SE~A of the NW~A, the NE~A of theSW~A, and the NW~ of the SE~A. 160 acres, all m section eight, 146-36, Clearwatercoun.~ ty, Minnesota, about 4½ miles southI from Shevlin. Price anr terms right~ to party meaning business. Inc|uire, I Nm'thwesternTrust Co.. Grand Forks, t N.D. 15-tf MAKE YOUR OWN! ] "Make your own" batteries. Have you seen them? Far sale aL the Im- perial Drug Co., 17-c HAY AT $18 PER TON The Ba~ley Co-operative Co., an- nounce ,bat the), bare received a small carload of hay, for sale at $18 per ton, 17-tf GOOD MARKET FOR CLOVER Bagley is considered the best clo- ver seed market in this section of the state, for the reason that we pay the highest market prices and more eto- ver seed is ma)keted here than else- where. Market your clover seod with O. T. Davids, Bagley Minn. 13-tf NOw is the time to •adve~i~ in theI Farmers Independent for results. Talcum on are reducing our stock Talcum Powders to make room for other goods. i 15 Dozen Standard Brands of Talcnm Powders, 25c Size This Sale, 17c Per Can / Bagley Marc. Co. o • • , ?::