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SEPTEMBER 28, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDEN'r "* PAGE $ ry is celebrat- co-operative _.rned Out ap- 2ng the entire : farms of that . serving the taXious to see the 'Q of milk cows. nONE COo Read This One reason why Wisconsin's dairy output of more than $300,- 000,00 exceeds Minnesota's by $100,000,000 is found in the U. S. Census. Wisconsin has 114,917 pure- bred dairy cows in its total of 3,050,829 cattle. Minnesota has only 32,668 purebreds in its total of 3,021,- 469 cattle. More and better dairy herds will double and treble the farm wealth of the Northwest. The Griffith Produce Cm- pany is anxious to aid in the di- versified farming industry in this section. We are doing our part by paying our patrons the highest prices for their pro- duce at all times. "What Other Counties Have Done This Section CAN Do." GRIFFITH PRODUCE Graceville, Minnesota 00oncrete Results of EXP(pSITION October 7 to 14, Ling is not a spontaneous one, bpt rather one that has uppermost in their minds for many years. t/// That it has paid farmers of other cofities in Minnesota other states can best be realized from a study of the meN- carried in the advertisements by the firms seeking to interest in diversification. Attention is called to the National Dairy Exposition at Minnesota State Fair Grounds on October 7-14 at which I[ t fare of one and one-third rate has been granted by rail- The show this year wil be four times as large as the one  year and it offers continuous diversion. here,s No Danger reis little if any danger that production will ever eateh t!raption. in the dairy industry. . , , :., lL(rWlng-- -- recognltion of the high food and health values of d milk products insure an ever increasing demand for std :aoeStOdkayrdaokuSrtteh:hn t th: consumption of I bank has always realized the necessity of changing from grain method of farming to that of diversified farming of this institution anxious to change will find this to cooperate with them to the fullest extent possible _  "WHAT OTHER COUNTIES HAVE DONE ' ' : THIS SECTION CAN DO." , "  00ERSs STATIE BANK A Willing Partner Dairy farming yields a multitude of profits besides those from milk and butter, cheese, ice cream, etc. Calves are a direct by-product. With hogs and poultry they are profitably fed on skimmed milk, buttermilk and whey, other by-products. Milwaukee's health commissioner has a leghorn fowl which increased thirteen times in weight on a milk diet and another which increased only six times on other foods. Farmers of this territory have always found Gold & Com- pany a willing partner in the promotion of diversified farming and we are ready to do all in our power to aid men in making t'e i change at this time. Small grain farming cannot coct',uc z.'.re "WHAT OTHER COUNTIES HAVE DONE THIS SECTION CAN DO." Gold & Co. State Bank Big Stone City, S. Dak. ./ The First National Bank -OF - Clinton, Minnesota V.he policy of this bank, under the same management for the : past thirty years, has at all times been to aid in procuring better, : livestock for Big Stone County and it is now willing to do its full share to promote the dairy industry in this community. BETTER COWS means greater returns, greater returns means greater prosperity. Here is what one Minnesota farmer did:-- "John P. Nelson, farmer, of Washington county, lVlinnesota, declares that he increased his income $17 per acre in five years throught the use of a pure bred sire in his dairy herd. Think what this would mean applied to your farm." " We believe this can be done in Big Stone County. Come in and talk the matter over; we shall be glad to assist you in solving your problems ...... i ii iiii