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notifies each creditor President Franklin D. Roosevelt, a we must take care of these first. Those demres .to make an Washington dispatch reveals. I who have any feed or water will have eompom~mn a~reemen~ The possibility of reforesting the to wait patiently until our quota is V ) the se*~tlement of his. dry acres stretching southward from l high enough to make l~ible a clean- nat all creditors will bet the Canadian border of Montana oc- up of each tov~nship." meet a .certain date .~rred to the oresident while on a l. It is absolutel.y.necessar.y, for every the big months for stocker and feeder supplies, but-because of the early maketing ~his yea~.-and the purchas- ing of many thousands of thin cattle in drouth-stricken areas by the gov- ernment, many in the trade feel that )men~. exception of a few househol~ furnish- On the tour through the Lake are~ ings belonging to the Joe Sitter faro- the President will be showr/the hug, ily ~hich occupied a portion cf the dried up lake bed over which onc, building. , rippled and roared a mighty inlam Awakened at about 3 oclopk.M?n7 sea: Hewill see. the derhlict shil ae intention tder the di- g , general ic informed .... creditors and to the the strong winds which whip over the] Townships: Anamoose, Schil!e% Washington, but it is t Spring Grove, Strege, La~d, Balfour, of the local committee m rection of S. L~mn Hue Cottonwood Lake and Odin, at Drake ~hn~rrnan. t~ t~en ~he Dub He came here ne time he was an parliament, lED -t ONCILIATOR orney of th~ ted by federal for McHenry of the" ne-ar Ie is one of ch county hay- s. AUDITED ~estown, state audit of the count? relief .~tated that tM in best condi- . :t in ~he state. r relief sulTering from in- in an automobile acci- ~d when an auto- ~as d~iving went into a Bergen and crashed large rocks. He is tternal abdominal in- antil Thursday his condi- critical. In the acci-. suffered superficial a deep gash in the left cad is a patient in the al in Minor where she ~t an appendix who is 69 years of ?r~e, of the Anamoose Dis- pany, handling; Grain he also is operat(~r of trrns .in the Anamoose and the River, Willow Creek at Upham, Fri- timer of this region. conifers, Elm and Juniper seem to trees, the time of planti Grimson Held Session thrive best, and especially if they are source of the seed. All these recer.qs day, August 3rd. grown from seed planted at the sta- are kept, as well as complete details If farmers are unable to be present Here Last Wednesdaytion. Recent experiments with shad- about planting, such as who the at the,;e sign-up days, the contracts ..... planter was and what method of will be retained by the chairman of the ing the young plants indicate that plantin~ he used. local committee for a few (l~lvs for Two divorces were granted in a such method insures a healthier Mr. Stoeckler states that N,rtll: them to sign-up, followin,z which the contracts will be returned to the office in Towner. WARNING ISSUED IN REGARD T() RELIEF MEAT To avoid any possibility of illness; due to eating;- smoked meat furnishe,,i by the relief admlni:~tration, all per- sons receiving such meat are urg'ed short court session held before Dist- growth for oak, ehn and some of the Dakota grown seed is used'where nos- rict Judge G. Grimson at the courV conifers .... sible. He finds that native seeds pro- house here last Wednesday. A lar- At ~he station is a one and 0ne-half duce the most successful results. Iie ceny case and .juvenile matters were acre plot devoted to the first step in has secured acorns from Pleas~m~ also heard during the session, the experiments, namely planting the Lake, conifer seeds from the bad O In the divorce case of John Kn pile, seed, and the first transplanting. The lands and western forests, and elm Upham, vs. Sophie Ilnopfle of Towner, seed is sown thickly early in .the lacatly or from other forest ~tatior~ tb.e judge granted tl~e divorce in fa- sprin~ and the youn~g plants are left or from. commercial sources. vor of the plaintiff. Myrtle Schilling; in dense ~rowth the first year. The The forester also has the j,~h of of Bantry won l~er suit for divore,3 following spring the young plvnts are obse~qn~.~ wild growth of tree~ in the from Fred tL Schilling, al~ of Bantry. transplanted on the plot, and each :mnd dunes area. His repm~:z are from Canada where at c a member of the Canad D. J. O'CONNEL NA3 COUNTY ( D. J. O'Connell, att city, was recently nan judge as conciliator county under tenths Frazier-Lemke bill. t those to be named in e;~ ing at least 500 farme~ RELIEF" OFFICE H. D. Proctor, Jan auditor, conducted an files in the McHenry office' Wednesday? He files in t:~e office were tion of ~nv of the kin W. C. 51aitzahn is tit~