CBOOKSTOX, Minn., May 5. - Polk county was on Sunday naoriiing1 visited by a froet uiiioh was so severe that it cut down tli' young wheat and injured the buds on the trees. Sr, Vincent. Minn., May 5. it ivas so cold during Saturday night that iee a quait ■] of uu inch thick was formed. i'oung vegetables and grain which were jusi peeping throngh the ifqjund were ruin. d Pabk River, Minn.. May 5. A wliite frosi rut d'iwn the young cropa in iliis sectioo Saturday night. It is foared the htrawberrips and other Bmall fruits were mi f;ir advanoed in the bud that they are ruined. Vouüg 'leaveson the rere so badly frozen that they turneii black. Hübon, s. I).. May 5. - A light snowstorra prevailed here Sunday afternoon, but no injury was done to gfrowing crops. Fruit is not far enough adoéd to bc bligrhUi by the pre cold and storm. Dixo.v. [IL, May .■. The hudden change in the weather Kunday nigat brought with it a heavy (rost, causlng damage t" Eruil trees, etc., thai liad jusl begnn to bud and blo liwiM. Iu.. May 5. - A sharp rost has done some damage to the fruit erop iu tliis section.