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PAGE 4 The Luther League held their regu- PERSONAL, SOCIAL [ lar meeting at the home of Mr. and i AND NEWS ITEMS l Mrs. John Palmer Tuesday evening. O @ A program was given and lunch J. O. Ralston of Chokio was in town served. on business this week. Mrs. F. L. Cliff is getting along Ray Morgan of Appleton visited very nicely at Evangelical hospital friends here over Sunday. where she has been confined on ac- J. S. Lariff of Big Stone City is a count of a fracture caused by a fall patient at Evangelical hospital, recently. Miss Cora Dexter of Correll was Miss Mildred Bo!sta returned to operated on last Thursday at the hos- Forest Glen, Maryland, Monday, to !ital here. resume her studies at National Park 'Miss Helen Buri of Milbank was Seminary after three weeks' acation operated on Wednesday at the local at home. ospital. Dr. Neill Cliff is able to be up and : Ralph Shandorf, who has been visit- around the hospital after several ing his sisters, Mrs. Etta Cochran and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom, departed for weeks' illness. Mr. and Mrs Arnold Hol,mblad of Mankato Tuesday to attend business Clinton were guests of Mr and Mrs. college. Carl Hasslen Monday. L.A. Lien and Luke J. Keating of The water main broke the first of Graceville attended the meeting of the week between W. H. Palm's and the Big Stone County Co-operative Mrs. E. Cochran's residence. Livestock association here yesterday Dr. Gee. MacMurphey has been con- afternoon. fined, to his home for the past five The Degion boys who are practicing days on account of illness, for the coming Minstrel show were A son weighingS pounds was born served with doughnuts and coffee by to Mr. and Mrs. William Gowan at Mrs. E. N. Schoen last Thursday night Evangelical hospital Sunday. after the meeting. The Sandridge Farmers Club held Members of Laurel Chown Chapter, their last meeting at the Max Henne- Eastern Star, are urged to be present 1berg home in Akron, Friday evening, at, the regular meeting Friday even- M. N. Pratt returned from Minne- ing of this week as five candidates apolis the first of the week where he will receive initiatory degrees. has been receiving medical treatment. The Dakota-Mahogany Granite Lucian Kaercher returned to North- Works at Milbank, S. D., will open THE ORTONVILI,E INDEPENDENT Recent Subscribers to The Independent. Joe Kohler J. F. Lewis Ole I. Steen Bert Barton Earl Stanton J. C. Sweezy Boyd Cronen B. F. Stegner Emil Fraasch W. L. Hickson K G. Knudson Waiter Halleck Albert Erickson Win. McFarland Dr. Otto Bergan Frank Grandprey Alma H. Chesley Milton Gustafson Dr. E. S. Wegner Curtis Longnecker Mrs. M. J. Sanders E. E. Shellenbarger Mrs. M. P. Williams Tony Schwartz, who was sentenced to two and one-half years at the State Reformatory at St. Cloud last sum- mer was released by the Board of Par- don and is now at his home in Cot- tell. Charles Hornstein of Beardsley and his son Harry Hornstein of Browns Valley were visitors here this morn- field Monday where he is attending their shop the first week in February. Carieton College, after a three weeks' The Ortonville Monumental Works vacation, are working four days a week at this ing. The former is a stockbuyer at Mrs. Mary IC Hubbard and daugh-I time. Beardsley and the latter mechanic in ter Helen are enjoying California, and l Miss Nellie Krook daughter of gen the Browns Valley Auto Company are located at 2060 Milan Ave, South l ry Krook of thi city, and Miss Lane, gaaeric e motored down from Abet lasade nL arrived from Miles City, Mont., the . . . : The annual meeting of the stockhol- first of the week for several days vis- deen, S. D., Tuesaay 1or a coupm ot tiers of the Western Minnesota Hos- it *Thev are guests of Mr and Mrs days' visit at the home of his daugh- Lital of Graceville was held Monday Charles Sigloh. " " ter, Mrs. Herbert McDowell..He will of this week.  ............... 1 n return to Aberdeen and remain for a ..... / oonn raercner rs a watson, ml a . ters J. L. Lindsey,. cleft enganeer, of Jef- I Montevideo and other points along the I few days and .then go to St. Pe - ferson, Is,, was m town over the week- ] ; ..... +, p; .... h ..... 1 otin [ burg, Fla., to om the other members ........................... ..  r lan f he trod. Mr. Lmdsey may decide to lo-I -: ........... :,:^_ __ ,._ ..r^v^ t of hm family fo the ba ce o t -- "tv "" ' a" o t office me t oft eMmneso a R1 e and con- "me clerms of me loct p s ! o,,, , , t,s o,,, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hassten enter- " d in ' ............  ' ..... were examined January 10 by E w i rained the following partaes at six li'. Moeckel, assistant chief clerk of the A meeting of the Lakeside club will o'clock dinner Wednesday evening: y mail Service, St. Paul. be held at the August Nelson home Mr. and Mrs. John E. Palmer; Mr. and A number of young people will be Friday evening, January 20. The pro- Mrs. Gust Lindgren; Mrs. Mary Eng- 4mined at a dancing party at the gram committee is arranging an in- -dahl and son W. F Engdahl; Mr and -home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frizzell teresting program. An invitation is Mrs. C. A. Zwiener; Rev. and Mrs. in Akron township Friday evening, extended to everyone. Arnold Nelson; Prof. C. N. Snesrud; V. Cade returned Saturday from St. Theodore Hundeby, Earl M. John- Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Hasslen. Paul where he spent several days with son, Jacob Frey, K. G. Knutson and County Agent C. D. Petterson of Yarwell, Osmun Kirk Company, for Ed. Jordan drove down from Beards- Madisoon was in town Monday to se- which he is travelling representative. !ey Wednesday to perfect the incor- cure information regarding plans Dr. White left Sunday for Red Wing poration of the Big Stone County Co- adopted by the Big Stone County Co- to open the office formerly rnn by operative Live Stock Association. operative Live Stock Association to Xra, F. W. Dunn. The office will be Maurice Randall entertained a num- use in considering an organization of operated under the name of Dr. Dunn. her of friends at a dancing party at a like co-operative association in Lac The Congregational Ladies Aid will the home of his parents, Mr. and Mr$. Qui Parle county at "a meeting to be meet with Mrs. Henry Eaton Friday A. V. Randall, Friday evening. A de- held at Madison today. J. S. Jones, adernoon of this week. A most cot- licious lunch was served to the young of the U. S. Grain Growers will speak invitaibm is extended to every- people. They all agreed that Maurice at the meeting and also A. B. Kaer, one. is a royal enteainer, chef of this city ii i ill i I Harry M. Carlson has accepted a position as manager for a lumber yard at Halleck, in Kittson county Mr. and Mrs. Carlson and little son have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Carlson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hudson, since Christmas. Word has been received from Fer- gus Falls advising of the death this morning of Ed. Elms, who has been very sick there for several weeks. Mr. Elms, with his family, has lived in Ortonville for many years, and is well known in this vicinity. Obituary will follow next week. Dan Eyre writes from Hastings that he had been confined to the hos- pital at that place for five weeks but tbat he was recovering and able to be out, altho very weak. He stated tbat he was very glad that he was in Hastings among his old friends for they were taking good care of him. Winners in the declamatory con- test held at the high school on Tues- day evening are: Geneva Beck, lst, i Agnes May, 2rid, and HuIdah John- son, 3rd. A gold, silver, and bronze medal was awarded to each, respect- ively. Boys who received places are: @ 1 OBITUARY I @ ...... q, Hazel B. Marie Hahn. Hazel B. Marie Hahn, sixteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hahn of this city pae(l away Sunday. For the past ten years she had been afflicted more or less with rheumatism of the heart and for several months had been under the care of a special nurse. Her condition had .improved to such an extent that the nurse was discharged Sunday, so that the news of her death came as a surprise and a shcck to the community. Funeral services were held at the homo at 2:00 p. m. Wednesday and at the Methodist Episcopal church at 3:00 p m., Rev. G. L. Haggans officiating. Her four uncles, Charles Kollitz, and H. W. Kollitz of this city and E. H. Kollitz and Leonard Kollitz of Odes- sa acted as palI bearers. Many beauti- ful floral offerings expressed the deep sympathy of the community, which goes out to her parents, two sisters and two brothers, Harold, Marjorie, Doris and Herman. Rueben C. Reichert. Reuben C. Reichert of Sisseton, S. Gerhardt Walseth, Arthur Anderson and Floyd Bolsta. Owing 'to inclement weather which prevented many from attending the Minstrel show at the Pleasant Valley church, December 3b, the entertain- ment will again be given, on Friday, January 13. Assurances are to the effect that there will be new jokes, ,and specialties and good snappy mu- sic. H. D. Marshall of Enid, Oklahoma, surprised his friends here the first of D., passed away at the hospital in Wil- mot, S. D., Monday, following a stroke of paralysis on Friday. Funeral services were held at Sisse- ton, S. D., this morning by the mem- bers of the Masonic lodge, of which he was a member, and the remains brought to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reichert at Big Stone City, S. D., by the Masons. Ser- vices will be held at the Reichert home at 12:30 p. m., and from Evan- gelical church at 1:30 p. m., Rev. Gee. the week by calling upon them on his Zeck officiating, the Masonic order return from Morris where he went conducting services at Greenwood ! to negotiate a deal whereby he will cemetery, by the members of the Sis- engage in business at that place He seton, Wilmot, Milbank, Big Stone, stated that they had leased their farm in Oklahoma and were desirous of re- turning to Minnesota and wanted to get as near OrtonviUe as possible. His friends were highly amused to learn I that he and Mrs. Marshall demred tel return, as they had written the words: "We hope you'll become homesick," in icing upon a cake at a farewell par- ty given in their honor the night be- fore their departure from here. Loan Association Elects. At a meeting of the Big Stone Coun- ty National Farm Loan Association, held Tuesday, the following directors were elected: A. B. Kaercher, Emil Nelson, Carl Hjelmeland, Christian Torgerson and Alfred Mathison. Following the meeting the directors met and elected officers as follows: A. B. Kaercher, president, Emil Nelson, vice-president, and Miss Grace Kaer- cher, secretary-treasurer. A loan com- mittee was also elected. Lunch was served to the stockhold- ers at the Fie House at the close of the meeting. ' , [ and Ortonville chapters. Mr. Reichert was 34 years of age and leaves a wife and three children, one daughter and two sons, besides his parents, eight sisters and two brothers, as follows: Delmar Reichert who lives south of Big' Stone, Oscar THURSDAY, JANUARY Reichert of White Pail, Mies Hazel and Flora are attending Northwestern Evanston, Ill.; Miss Lulu chief operator in the Telephone exchange, Leila Reichert, telephone Big Stone, Mrs. W. L. Plain, Wis., Mrs. Steiner and W. Bethke of Big Stone City. Mr. Reiehert was John Monroe, at Wilmot. S. a number of years and wards County Auditor of county, and at the time of was a member of a firm doing work and in the land other members of the firm L. Knight and Mr. Oberg. State of Minncsot Investigation having been it having been found that tained in Mundweiler Lake, miles northeast of Stone County, are in danger ering in winter by reason lowness of the water, hereby granted to take may be found therein, in until April 1st, 1922, for only, as provided for in General laws 1919. Dated at St. Paul, llth day of January, 1922. CARLOS Game and State of Minnesot All Threats Ignore& "What do you like best, asked as they sat together porch hammock. "Ice cream," she ly. "Scream your head off. to kiss you anyway." --Phor.e your n . :o tl'ie ! dent if you do not happen t reporter. We are always ceive it. Phone 297. JUST THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wantS every boy and girl of this city to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes nickles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Libert7 Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS i  ORTONVILLE STATE John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, Smashed! _ I Not the Dishes But the Prices BUY THESE AT 10c 4 inch Plates 4 inch Fruits BUY THESE AT 15e Handled Teas and Saucers 7 inch Plates 8 inch Plates 5 inch Plates 6 inch Coupe Soups Regular Oatmeal Dishes Large'Coffee Cups 5 inch Nappies BUY THESE AT 25e 7 inch Bakers 8 inch Bakers 10 inch Platters 12 inch Platters 21/.- Pint Creamers 4 Pint Jugs Buffet Creams 6 inch Nappies 7 inch Nappies 8 inch Nappies EXTRA SPECIAL aJ Crooksville China Co.'s high class Din- ner Ware on a very good body that is ab- solutely guaranteed against crazing, with handsome gold design decoration. Not since 1912 has there been a border decoration comparable in value to this nor will there be any more at anything like these prices " offered for a, long time to come. Cups and Saucers at 15c Brings us back to the old days The Quantity is Limited So "Just Once Around" While They Last. 10c- Sale- 10 Commencing Saturday, January 14 Well, Folks--This time it is the wee small dime which has the magic to open the doors of our store house-of bargains and give you your choiCe nearly 150 different articles of staple everyday necessities of the kind sort you ate needing every day. The assortment given does not cover offerings. We have many others "just as good" but they are in two quantities to advertise. All steel Egg Beater (Dover Pattern) .................................................... Dripping Pans, 2 sizes 8x10x23/8 inches' and 9x12x23/8 inches Molasses and Peanut Butter Kisses J. P: Coats Thread 2 Crochet Cotton Clark O. N. T. Richardson R. M. C. One Lot Sheet Music ...: ........................................ v ........................................ CoP1 Lux Rite Hair Nets, single or double mesh ....................... : ................ Mesh One Qt. AluwAnum Sauce Pan .................. Each 10e 10% inch Aluminum Basting Spoons ...... Each..10 14 oz. Aluminum Drinking Cup .............. Each 10e 9 inch Aluminum Pie Plates .................. Each 10c Menders, 4 ass't size and wrench ............ Box 10e Paint Brushes, ass't size ........................ Each 10c Vegetable Brushes .................................... 2 for 10e Mouse Traps ................................................ 6 for 10c Magnetic Tack Hammers ........................ Each 10 Slip-joint Auto Pliers .............................. Each 1Oc Pinch or Wrenching Bar ........................ Each 10c Cold Chisels ............................................... Each 10c Harmonicas ................................................ Each 10c Dust Pans 9x13 inches ............................ Each 10c Magic Mits ................................................ Each 10c Fiber Chair Seats, ass't, sizes .................. Each 10c 7 and 8 inch White Plates, seconds ...... Gold Band Tea Cups and Saucer, F_,eh (Cup not sold without saucer) 5 inch Gold Band Plates, econds .......... 6 inch Gold Band Coufer, seconds ......... 4 inch Gold Band Fruits, seconds ...... Colonial Glass Tumblers .......................... Glass Measuring Cups ............................ Glass Lemon Juice Extractor ................ Imitation Cut Pickle Dishes ................... Tooth Brushes ........................................... Pot Covers, ass't, sizes ............................ Steel Wool Size 0-1-3 Tin Wash Basin 11 inch ....................... 2 Cup Flour Sifter ................................... 1 Qt. Graduated Tin Measures .............. Colonial Footed Glass Sundae Dishes ...................................................... 4 inch Colonial Shape Glass Nappies ........................................................... Aluminum Top Pepper and Salt .................................................................. White Enameled Wardrobe Hooks ............................................................. 3 4 qt. Deep Pudding Pans 10x3/ inc heavy I C Tin .............. : ......... Steel Fry Pan, 6 inch diameter made from cold rolled steel ........... :.. This Sale starts Saturday, January 14 and continues all the following unless sold out before. Kollitz Merc. Co. P Ortonwlle - - Minnesota TYLER'S Variety S ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA PAGE 4 The Luther League held their regu- PERSONAL, SOCIAL [lar meeting at the home of Mr. and i AND NEWS ITEMS l Mrs. John Palmer Tuesday evening. O @ A program was given and lunch J. O. Ralston of Chokio was in town served. on business this week. Mrs. F. L. Cliff is getting along Ray Morgan of Appleton visited very nicely at Evangelical hospital friends here over Sunday. where she has been confined on ac- J. S. Lariff of Big Stone City is a count of a fracture caused by a fall patient at Evangelical hospital, recently. Miss Cora Dexter of Correll was Miss Mildred Bo!sta returned to operated on last Thursday at the hos- Forest Glen, Maryland, Monday, to !ital here. resume her studies at National Park 'Miss Helen Buri of Milbank was Seminary after three weeks' acation operated on Wednesday at the local at home. ospital. Dr. Neill Cliff is able to be up and : Ralph Shandorf, who has been visit- around the hospital after several ing his sisters, Mrs. Etta Cochran and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom, departed for weeks' illness. Mr. and Mrs Arnold Hol,mblad of Mankato Tuesday to attend business Clinton were guests of Mr and Mrs. college. Carl Hasslen Monday. L.A. Lien and Luke J. Keating of The water main broke the first of Graceville attended the meeting of the week between W. H. Palm's and the Big Stone County Co-operative Mrs. E. Cochran's residence. Livestock association here yesterday Dr. Gee. MacMurphey has been con- afternoon. fined, to his home for the past five The Degion boys who are practicing days on account of illness, for the coming Minstrel show were A son weighingS pounds was born served with doughnuts and coffee by to Mr. and Mrs. William Gowan at Mrs. E. N. Schoen last Thursday night Evangelical hospital Sunday. after the meeting. The Sandridge Farmers Club held Members of Laurel Chown Chapter, their last meeting at the Max Henne- Eastern Star, are urged to be present 1berg home in Akron, Friday evening, at, the regular meeting Friday even- M. N. Pratt returned from Minne- ing of this week as five candidates apolis the first of the week where he will receive initiatory degrees. has been receiving medical treatment. The Dakota-Mahogany Granite Lucian Kaercher returned to North- Works at Milbank, S. D., will open THE ORTONVILI,E INDEPENDENT Recent Subscribers to The Independent. Joe Kohler J. F. Lewis Ole I. Steen Bert Barton Earl Stanton J. C. Sweezy Boyd Cronen B. F. Stegner Emil Fraasch W. L. Hickson K G. Knudson Waiter Halleck Albert Erickson Win. McFarland Dr. Otto Bergan Frank Grandprey Alma H. Chesley Milton Gustafson Dr. E. S. Wegner Curtis Longnecker Mrs. M. J. Sanders E. E. Shellenbarger Mrs. M. P. Williams Tony Schwartz, who was sentenced to two and one-half years at the State Reformatory at St. Cloud last sum- mer was released by the Board of Par- don and is now at his home in Cot- tell. Charles Hornstein of Beardsley and his son Harry Hornstein of Browns Valley were visitors here this morn- field Monday where he is attending their shop the first week in February. Carieton College, after a three weeks' The Ortonville Monumental Works vacation, are working four days a week at this ing. The former is a stockbuyer at Mrs. Mary IC Hubbard and daugh-I time. Beardsley and the latter mechanic in ter Helen are enjoying California, and l Miss Nellie Krook daughter of gen the Browns Valley Auto Company are located at 2060 Milan Ave, South l ry Krook of thi city, and Miss Lane, gaaeric e motored down from Abet lasade nL arrived from Miles City, Mont., the . . . : The annual meeting of the stockhol- first of the week for several days vis- deen, S. D., Tuesaay 1or a coupm ot tiers of the Western Minnesota Hos- it * Thev are guests of Mr and Mrs days' visit at the home of his daugh- Lital of Graceville was held Monday Charles Sigloh. " " ter, Mrs. Herbert McDowell..He will of this week.  ............... 1 n return to Aberdeen and remain for a ..... / oonn raercner rs a watson, ml a . ters J. L. Lindsey,. cleft enganeer, of Jef- I Montevideo and other points along the I few days and .then go to St. Pe - ferson, Is,, was m town over the week- ] ; ..... +, p; .... h ..... 1 otin [ burg, Fla., to om the other members ........................... ..  r lan f he trod. Mr. Lmdsey may decide to lo-I -: ........... :,:^_ __ ,._ ..r^v^ t of hm family fo the ba ce o t -- "tv "" ' a" o t office me t oft eMmneso a R1 e and con- "me clerms of me loct p s ! o,,, , , t,s o,,, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hassten enter- " d in ' ............  ' ..... were examined January 10 by E w i rained the following partaes at six li'. Moeckel, assistant chief clerk of the A meeting of the Lakeside club will o'clock dinner Wednesday evening: y mail Service, St. Paul. be held at the August Nelson home Mr. and Mrs. John E. Palmer; Mr. and A number of young people will be Friday evening, January 20. The pro- Mrs. Gust Lindgren; Mrs. Mary Eng- 4mined at a dancing party at the gram committee is arranging an in- -dahl and son W. F Engdahl; Mr and -home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frizzell teresting program. An invitation is Mrs. C. A. Zwiener; Rev. and Mrs. in Akron township Friday evening, extended to everyone. Arnold Nelson; Prof. C. N. Snesrud; V. Cade returned Saturday from St. Theodore Hundeby, Earl M. John- Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Hasslen. Paul where he spent several days with son, Jacob Frey, K. G. Knutson and County Agent C. D. Petterson of Yarwell, Osmun Kirk Company, for Ed. Jordan drove down from Beards- Madisoon was in town Monday to se- which he is travelling representative. !ey Wednesday to perfect the incor- cure information regarding plans Dr. White left Sunday for Red Wing poration of the Big Stone County Co- adopted by the Big Stone County Co- to open the office formerly rnn by operative Live Stock Association. operative Live Stock Association to Xra, F. W. Dunn. The office will be Maurice Randall entertained a num- use in considering an organization of operated under the name of Dr. Dunn. her of friends at a dancing party at a like co-operative association in Lac The Congregational Ladies Aid will the home of his parents, Mr. and Mr$. Qui Parle county at "a meeting to be meet with Mrs. Henry Eaton Friday A. V. Randall, Friday evening. A de- held at Madison today. J. S. Jones, adernoon of this week. A most cot- licious lunch was served to the young of the U. S. Grain Growers will speak invitaibm is extended to every- people. They all agreed that Maurice at the meeting and also A. B. Kaer, one. is a royal enteainer, chef of this city ii i ill i I Harry M. Carlson has accepted a position as manager for a lumber yard at Halleck, in Kittson county Mr. and Mrs. Carlson and little son have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Carlson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hudson, since Christmas. Word has been received from Fer- gus Falls advising of the death this morning of Ed. Elms, who has been very sick there for several weeks. Mr. Elms, with his family, has lived in Ortonville for many years, and is well known in this vicinity. Obituary will follow next week. Dan Eyre writes from Hastings that he had been confined to the hos- pital at that place for five weeks but tbat he was recovering and able to be out, altho very weak. He stated tbat he was very glad that he was in Hastings among his old friends for they were taking good care of him. Winners in the declamatory con- test held at the high school on Tues- day evening are: Geneva Beck, lst, i Agnes May, 2rid, and HuIdah John- son, 3rd. A gold, silver, and bronze medal was awarded to each, respect- ively. Boys who received places are: @ 1 OBITUARY I @ ...... q, Hazel B. Marie Hahn. Hazel B. Marie Hahn, sixteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hahn of this city pae(l away Sunday. For the past ten years she had been afflicted more or less with rheumatism of the heart and for several months had been under the care of a special nurse. Her condition had .improved to such an extent that the nurse was discharged Sunday, so that the news of her death came as a surprise and a shcck to the community. Funeral services were held at the homo at 2:00 p. m. Wednesday and at the Methodist Episcopal church at 3:00 p m., Rev. G. L. Haggans officiating. Her four uncles, Charles Kollitz, and H. W. Kollitz of this city and E. H. Kollitz and Leonard Kollitz of Odes- sa acted as palI bearers. Many beauti- ful floral offerings expressed the deep sympathy of the community, which goes out to her parents, two sisters and two brothers, Harold, Marjorie, Doris and Herman. Rueben C. Reichert. Reuben C. Reichert of Sisseton, S. Gerhardt Walseth, Arthur Anderson and Floyd Bolsta. Owing 'to inclement weather which prevented many from attending the Minstrel show at the Pleasant Valley church, December 3b, the entertain- ment will again be given, on Friday, January 13. Assurances are to the effect that there will be new jokes, ,and specialties and good snappy mu- sic. H. D. Marshall of Enid, Oklahoma, surprised his friends here the first of D., passed away at the hospital in Wil- mot, S. D., Monday, following a stroke of paralysis on Friday. Funeral services were held at Sisse- ton, S. D., this morning by the mem- bers of the Masonic lodge, of which he was a member, and the remains brought to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reichert at Big Stone City, S. D., by the Masons. Ser- vices will be held at the Reichert home at 12:30 p. m., and from Evan- gelical church at 1:30 p. m., Rev. Gee. the week by calling upon them on his Zeck officiating, the Masonic order return from Morris where he went conducting services at Greenwood ! to negotiate a deal whereby he will cemetery, by the members of the Sis- engage in business at that place He seton, Wilmot, Milbank, Big Stone, stated that they had leased their farm in Oklahoma and were desirous of re- turning to Minnesota and wanted to get as near OrtonviUe as possible. His friends were highly amused to learn I that he and Mrs. Marshall demred tel return, as they had written the words: "We hope you'll become homesick," in icing upon a cake at a farewell par- ty given in their honor the night be- fore their departure from here. Loan Association Elects. At a meeting of the Big Stone Coun- ty National Farm Loan Association, held Tuesday, the following directors were elected: A. B. Kaercher, Emil Nelson, Carl Hjelmeland, Christian Torgerson and Alfred Mathison. Following the meeting the directors met and elected officers as follows: A. B. Kaercher, president, Emil Nelson, vice-president, and Miss Grace Kaer- cher, secretary-treasurer. A loan com- mittee was also elected. Lunch was served to the stockhold- ers at the Fie House at the close of the meeting. ' , [ and Ortonville chapters. Mr. Reichert was 34 years of age and leaves a wife and three children, one daughter and two sons, besides his parents, eight sisters and two brothers, as follows: Delmar Reichert who lives south of Big' Stone, Oscar THURSDAY, JANUARY Reichert of White Pail, Mies Hazel and Flora are attending Northwestern Evanston, Ill.; Miss Lulu chief operator in the Telephone exchange, Leila Reichert, telephone Big Stone, Mrs. W. L. Plain, Wis., Mrs. Steiner and W. Bethke of Big Stone City. Mr. Reiehert was John Monroe, at Wilmot. S. a number of years and wards County Auditor of county, and at the time of was a member of a firm doing work and in the land other members of the firm L. Knight and Mr. Oberg. State of Minncsot Investigation having been it having been found that tained in Mundweiler Lake, miles northeast of Stone County, are in danger ering in winter by reason lowness of the water, hereby granted to take may be found therein, in until April 1st, 1922, for only, as provided for in General laws 1919. Dated at St. Paul, llth day of January, 1922. CARLOS Game and State of Minnesot All Threats Ignore& "What do you like best, asked as they sat together porch hammock. "Ice cream," she ly. "Scream your head off. to kiss you anyway." --Phor.e your n . :o tl'ie ! dent if you do not happen t reporter. We are always ceive it. Phone 297. JUST THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wantS every boy and girl of this city to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes nickles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Libert7 Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS i  ORTONVILLE STATE John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, Smashed! _ I Not the Dishes But the Prices BUY THESE AT 10c 4 inch Plates 4 inch Fruits BUY THESE AT 15e Handled Teas and Saucers 7 inch Plates 8 inch Plates 5 inch Plates 6 inch Coupe Soups Regular Oatmeal Dishes Large'Coffee Cups 5 inch Nappies BUY THESE AT 25e 7 inch Bakers 8 inch Bakers 10 inch Platters 12 inch Platters 21/.- Pint Creamers 4 Pint Jugs Buffet Creams 6 inch Nappies 7 inch Nappies 8 inch Nappies EXTRA SPECIAL aJ Crooksville China Co.'s high class Din- ner Ware on a very good body that is ab- solutely guaranteed against crazing, with handsome gold design decoration. Not since 1912 has there been a border decoration comparable in value to this nor will there be any more at anything like these prices " offered for a, long time to come. Cups and Saucers at 15c Brings us back to the old days The Quantity is Limited So "Just Once Around" While They Last. 10c- Sale- 10 Commencing Saturday, January 14 Well, Folks--This time it is the wee small dime which has the magic to open the doors of our store house-of bargains and give you your choiCe nearly 150 different articles of staple everyday necessities of the kind sort you ate needing every day. The assortment given does not cover offerings. We have many others "just as good" but they are in two quantities to advertise. All steel Egg Beater (Dover Pattern) .................................................... Dripping Pans, 2 sizes 8x10x23/8 inches' and 9x12x23/8 inches Molasses and Peanut Butter Kisses J. P: Coats Thread 2 Crochet Cotton Clark O. N. T. Richardson R. M. C. One Lot Sheet Music ...: ........................................ v ........................................ CoP1 Lux Rite Hair Nets, single or double mesh ....................... : ................ Mesh One Qt. AluwAnum Sauce Pan .................. Each 10e 10% inch Aluminum Basting Spoons ...... Each..10 14 oz. Aluminum Drinking Cup .............. Each 10e 9 inch Aluminum Pie Plates .................. Each 10c Menders, 4 ass't size and wrench ............ Box 10e Paint Brushes, ass't size ........................ Each 10c Vegetable Brushes .................................... 2 for 10e Mouse Traps ................................................ 6 for 10c Magnetic Tack Hammers ........................ Each 10 Slip-joint Auto Pliers .............................. Each 1Oc Pinch or Wrenching Bar ........................ Each 10c Cold Chisels ............................................... Each 10c Harmonicas ................................................ Each 10c Dust Pans 9x13 inches ............................ Each 10c Magic Mits ................................................ Each 10c Fiber Chair Seats, ass't, sizes .................. Each 10c 7 and 8 inch White Plates, seconds ...... Gold Band Tea Cups and Saucer, F_,eh (Cup not sold without saucer) 5 inch Gold Band Plates, econds .......... 6 inch Gold Band Coufer, seconds ......... 4 inch Gold Band Fruits, seconds ...... Colonial Glass Tumblers .......................... Glass Measuring Cups ............................ Glass Lemon Juice Extractor ................ Imitation Cut Pickle Dishes ................... Tooth Brushes ........................................... Pot Covers, ass't, sizes ............................ Steel Wool Size 0-1-3 Tin Wash Basin 11 inch ....................... 2 Cup Flour Sifter ................................... 1 Qt. Graduated Tin Measures .............. Colonial Footed Glass Sundae Dishes ...................................................... 4 inch Colonial Shape Glass Nappies ........................................................... Aluminum Top Pepper and Salt .................................................................. White Enameled Wardrobe Hooks ............................................................. 3 4 qt. Deep Pudding Pans 10x3/ inc heavy I C Tin .............. : ......... Steel Fry Pan, 6 inch diameter made from cold rolled steel ........... :.. This Sale starts Saturday, January 14 and continues all the following unless sold out before. Kollitz Merc. Co. P Ortonwlle - - Minnesota TYLER'S Variety S ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILL INDIfPENDENT i o] The Luther League held their gu. PERSONAL, SOCIAL L 5 lar meeting at the home of Mr. d I AND NEWS ITEMS [ [ Mr Joh Palmer Tday ee,g. A pgm was given and Inner J. O. Rston ot Choklo ms in to served. frlere here over Suvday. whe she has been confined on - on busivmss this wk. M. F. L. Cliff is getting atong Ray Morgan of Appleton visited ry nicely at Evangelical hosplt. ] J. S. Lariff of Big StOne City is a count of a fracture ed by a al ]patient at EvgelIcal hospital lntly. MiM CO Dexter of Co.ell was Miss Mildred RoIsta retued opert#:l on Btst Thursday at the hoe- Fost Glen, Maryland, Monday, to' dtaJ he. resum e her studis at National Park Mi I{el Bud of Mi]bk was Seminary after three weeks' (aeation teted on Weduday at the 1] a home. osP ItaL Ratp h Shandorf, who has been visit- Dr. Nei[l Cliff is able to be up and ing his sisters, Mr Efta Chn and mund the hospital fter vera] Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom, departed for ]dr. and Mrs Arnold HoIsblad el Mankato Tuesday to attend business Hege. CHaron m guests of Mr d Mrs Carl Hlen Monday. The water in bke the first el the wk betwem W. H. Palm's d Mrs. E. Coehn'J sldence. Dr. Gee. MMurphey has been u. fined, to his he for the past fi days on unt of illne. A n welgblng 8  pounds wa bert to Mr, and Mrs. Willi Gowan al Erangdil hospital Sunday. The Sandddge Farmers Club bel their last meetfug at the M Hanna 1 bDrg borne In Akron, Friday eveJng. M. N. Pratt returned from Minne- apollo the flt of the wk where he has been receiving medical treatmL Luelen Kaerdr turnel to North- 4d Mday whe he is attending Cal4et College, after a th wke' vacation. M Mary IL Hubbard and daugh- ter Helen are enjoying Califoia, and m lted  2e0 Milan Ave, South Pende dm, s of the Wutern Minneta Ho+ of Gtaeelle was held Monday  td* week. $. L Lindsey, doff engineer, of Jar- Mr. Lndy may dide to l- e le of the coal post omee exambu Jry i0 by Edwin 7. ]eedm mall Servlee, St Paul & mmber of young people vdll be q#tlalned at a darting party at the a  bvaep Friday evening. V. Gode t'trned Saturday from SL where he t.pent el days with It'st]  Kirk Company, far he le travelling ptatlv Dr. Wtffte left Sunday for Red Wlns epeu the oflee foerl  by F. W. Dnn The of$ vII be etm'ated under the nine of Dr. Dunn. Its. Hry Eaton Friday tternmn  tblm  L, A. IAen and Luke J. Keatlng of Graeeville attended the meeting of e Big Stone County Co-open're Livestock soation he yesterday afternoon. The Le#on bays who are petidng rot the ming Minstrel show we served th doughnuts and eoff by rs. E. N. hoen last Thursday night oftor the meeti.g. Members of Laurel Chown Chapter, IOatrv Star, are gl to be present a the gular meeting Friday even- ng of this week as five eandidatoe will eive initiatory deg. The Daketa-Mahogany Granite Works at Milk, S. D., ll open their shop the flt week in Febary. The Ortonll Monumtal a working four day Mss Nellie Kmok, daughter of Hen- ry Kreok of thls city, and Miss Le, aived from Miles City, Mon, the first of the week for several days vis- it. They a goets of Mr. Charles Sigloh. John Kaeher i at War.n, ilan. pnts along the River thls week gtthg meat of t stton of dykee, et A mtng of at Fday evening, J 2. The p- gr ramRtee i arran#rig an in- teeming pgram. An Thdo Hdy, Earl M. John- son, Jamb Fray. L G. Kuton and E !ey Wednesday to perft the in poration of the Big Stone County Co- operattva Live Stk AsiaUon. Mau Randal  iterined a n- friends at a de[ng party A. V. Rdall, Friday eyeing. A de. lunch was seed t the youn peo#e. They l Recent Subscribers to The Independent. Joe Kohler J, E. Lewis Ole L Siren Bert Barton Earl Staten J. C. Sweezy Boyd Cn B. F, eleanor Emll Fraaseh W. L. Hiekn K G. Kudson Walter Halleck Albert Edekson win. McFarland Dr. Otto Bergen Frank Grandprey Al H. Chesley Mitten Gustafson Dr. E. S. We,er Curtis Longecker 4r M. J. Sanders E. E. Shellenbarger Mrs. M. P. Wiliams Tony Schwartz, to t and one-halt Rate--story a St. Cloud last sum- mer w lead by the Board of P- don and i now at hi hme in Cor- 'harle Homsten of Brdsiey and hie son Valley m vsitor here this mo n. e feer s a stockbuyer at Beardsley and Bs Valley Auto C?mpany dean, S. n., Tuesday for a couple of days' visit at the home of his daugh- ter, M. Herbert McDell. few days and then go te St. bur, of  family M. and Mre Carl Hel ter- the following paltics at ei nner Wednesday everng Mr. and Z; Pr. Arnold Neigh; Prof. C. N. Sne'd; :r. nd Mrs. llord Huslen. Coty Agent C. D. pelereon of Ly to s ere infet lng plans adopd by the Big Stone County C peratve Li  'u in neideng an otzatie ef m Parle anty ata mfing to be J. S. Jonee, sk a the m:l8 i  tlt cry Smashed! Not the Dishes But the Prices BUY THESE AT 10c 4 inch Plates 4 inch Fruits BUY THESE AT 15 Handled Teas and Saucers 7 inch Plates 8 inch Plates inch Plates 6 inch Coupe Soups Regular Oatmeal Dishes IrateCoffee Cul 5 ineh NapIdes I THESE AT 25e 7 inch Bakers 8 inch Bakers 10 inch Platters 12 inch Platters :*, 21/ Pint Creamer 4 faint Jugs " Buffet Creams 6 inch Nappies '/inch Nappies 8 inch Nappies Cups and EXTRA SPECIAL dJ Crooksville China Co.'s high class Din- ner Ware on a very good body that is ab- solutely guaranteed against crazing, with handsome gold design decoration. Not since 1912 has there been a border decoration comparable in value to this nor will there be any more a anything like these prices ' offered for a.long time to come. Saucers at 15c Brings us back to the old days The Quantity is Limited So "Just Once Around" While They Last. Kollitz Merc. Co. Ortonville Minnesota Harry M. Cation has accepted a position as manager for a lber yard at Halleck, a Kittsen county. Mr. and M. Carlson and little son have been visiting at the home of Mr Carlson's parente, Mr. and M. R. B. Hudson, einee Christmas. gas Falls advising of moming of Ed. Elms. who has bn sek there for veral weeke. Mr. Elms. with his fily, has Obituary will Dan Eym ites from Hastings confined to the has 't' he a eong and able to be out, altho very weak. He stated very glad that he was m Hastings ong hi old they were taking good e of him. Winners in the dlamtozy { test held at the high school on To, day evening a: Geneva Bark, 1st Agnes May 2rid, and Huldah John son, 3rd. A gold, silver, and bron meda was awarded to eh respect ily. Boys who reeelvetl places a: GerhanIt Walseth, Arthur Andeon and Floyd Bolsta. Owing 'to inclement ther whic': prevented many from attending th Minstrel show church, Dember 3b again be given, on Friday January la. there will be new jok and specialties and, good snappy sic. H. D. Marshall of nid, Oklahoma, friends the wk by calling upon ther on his Morrls whom he went deal wheby he will place. stated tat they m in Oklahoma d, tuing to Minneta ad wanted to rot as near Or tonvllle  poshl His friends we highly amueed to ]d Mahl desid to tu,  they had written the words: ,we hope you'll bom homiek," in idng upon a ke at a fwell par. y gi*z fore their departtwe fm he. Lom Aodstlon llt ty N'atiol Fa Lo Aseiaton, held Tuday, the following directors A B. Kher, ErMI Nelson, Carl Hjelmeland, Torgerso and Alfred Mathlson. FolloWing the mting the directors B. Kher, ptdent, Emil Nelson, vprsfdent, and Mies Gre Kae elated, Hou at the the ting. OBITUARY of White pl, 1 - a attending Hal B. Marie Hahn. Ilh; Hazel B. Marie chief epetor in old daughter of Mr. and M. O. E. Telephone exchange, Hahn of tls eity pafied sway Sunday. Lei]a Reiehert, telephone For the past ten l:ears she  n Big Stone, aieed more or less qth rheatism p]zdn, Wls. of the had bn nnder the care of a special W- Bethke of Big Sto ( Her condition had .improved Mr. Reichert was aso John Monroe, at Wilmot- ed Sunday, a number of County and at the was a member of a fi doing, . m. Wednesday d at work and in the land Hag a officiating other membe of the Chares Koliitz, an L. Knight d Mr. Obg. city and ] State of Minnesota* sa acted as all bears. Many beauti- I fat flol oerings expgsed the deep it having been found sympathy of the unity, which gs out to her pnts, two sisters and two bthers, Hald, Morie, Rueben C. PieherL Reuben C, Reiehert of Sisseton, S, he'by D., pqmd away at the hospital in Wil- mot, S. D. Monday, following a until April 1st, 1922, for stke of paralysis on Friday. nly,  pided for Fune] services we held at Sift- laws 1919. n, S. D., this morning by the mem Dated at St. Paul hers of the Masonic lodge, of which llth day of Jaunty, was CARLOS AVERY, reoght to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Xeiehert at Big Stone City, S. D,, by the Masons Set- be held at the ho at 12:30 p. "Wha t do you like best geHeal ehuh at 1:30 p. m., Rev. Gee. asked as they sat Zk offieiating, the Masonic porch hmoek. conducting serve at "Ic e crsL., sh e ton, Wilmot, Milbank, Big Stone, ]Y,sa m your head off. l and Orton.Alle ehapter to ]d )u yway." Mr. Relehert s 34 yes Of age daughter and two reporter. Phone 297. ig Stone, Just THINKI: A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARG]. ery bey and glrl of ta t home They vll hdp you iddea Bell Baa 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINOS ORTONVILLE: John Clm, PeJidat. C J. Stark CuM. EL A. Stuetm. Am t lOc- Sale- 1 Commencing Saturday, January 14, to open the doors of our store house'of bargains and give nearly 150 different articles of staple everyday necessities of the sort you are needing every day. The assortment given does offerings. We have many others "just us good" but they are in two $ quantities to advertise. All steel Egg Beater (Dover Pattern) Dripping Pans, 2 sizes 8xl0x2/s'inches and 9x12x23/s Molasses and Peanut Butter Kisses ................................................. J. P. Coats Thread :.i ............. : ....................................................... 2 $ Crochet One Lot Sheet Music Lux Rite Hair Hers, single or double mesh ....... ............................... One Q Altminmn Sauce P .............. E4w l 10 fiach Aluminum Basing Sens :.Each.A0 14 i Aluminum Drldng Cup ............ :. Each 1 9 Inch Almimu Pie plates .................. F)0 Mendet 4 a't  nd wrea ........  1 Plnt BrugM  ze .......................  10c Vegetable Brudles .................................. 2 or 10 Mourn Traps ............................................... 0 f 1 M Tack Hammm .................... ]reh 10 ip-l4nt Auto lle .................... :.......  10 lneh  Wrehig Bar ........................ Each 1 Cold Cbse4s ....,. ................................... h 1 He.evils .............................................. Feh 10t Dust pas 9x18 lnehee ............................ Eeb 15 agle Mite ........................................... Fda 10e her Chuir Seats, ass,  ................ Each 1# 7 an48 inch White Pla, seond .... Gold (Oal 6 Inch Gold Band Gofer, fls ....- I 4 iveh Gold Band Fruits, ands _... I Colordal Gla arablel ..................  ...... ls Muvlag Ct Imitation Cut Pickle Dishes ................. Pot Cove au% sis Steel Wool Tin Wh Basin 11 inch ..................... 2 Cap Flour Sifter ................................ I Qt Colorial Footed Glass Sundae Dishes ..................................................... Aluminum Top Pepper White Enameled Wardrobe Hooks .....-.+ .................................................... 3 '. 4 qt. Deep Pudding Pans 10/x3 inch heavy I C Tin ... Steel Fry Pan, 6 inch diameter made from cold roiled s This Sale starts Saturday, January 14 and continues all the following ! unless sold out before. TYLER'S Variety 0RTONVILLE, MINNESffrA PAGE 4 The Luther League held their regu- PERSONAL, SOCIAL [ lar meeting at the home of Mr. and i AND NEWS ITEMS l Mrs. John Palmer Tuesday evening. O @ A program was given and lunch J. O. Ralston of Chokio was in town served. on business this week. Mrs. F. L. Cliff is getting along Ray Morgan of Appleton visited very nicely at Evangelical hospital friends here over Sunday. where she has been confined on ac- J. S. Lariff of Big Stone City is a count of a fracture caused by a fall patient at Evangelical hospital, recently. Miss Cora Dexter of Correll was Miss Mildred Bo!sta returned to operated on last Thursday at the hos- Forest Glen, Maryland, Monday, to !ital here. resume her studies at National Park 'Miss Helen Buri of Milbank was Seminary after three weeks' acation operated on Wednesday at the local at home. ospital. Dr. Neill Cliff is able to be up and : Ralph Shandorf, who has been visit- around the hospital after several ing his sisters, Mrs. Etta Cochran and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom, departed for weeks' illness. Mr. and Mrs Arnold Hol,mblad of Mankato Tuesday to attend business Clinton were guests of Mr and Mrs. college. Carl Hasslen Monday. L.A. Lien and Luke J. Keating of The water main broke the first of Graceville attended the meeting of the week between W. H. Palm's and the Big Stone County Co-operative Mrs. E. Cochran's residence. Livestock association here yesterday Dr. Gee. MacMurphey has been con- afternoon. fined, to his home for the past five The Degion boys who are practicing days on account of illness, for the coming Minstrel show were A son weighingS pounds was born served with doughnuts and coffee by to Mr. and Mrs. William Gowan at Mrs. E. N. Schoen last Thursday night Evangelical hospital Sunday. after the meeting. The Sandridge Farmers Club held Members of Laurel Chown Chapter, their last meeting at the Max Henne- Eastern Star, are urged to be present 1berg home in Akron, Friday evening, at, the regular meeting Friday even- M. N. Pratt returned from Minne- ing of this week as five candidates apolis the first of the week where he will receive initiatory degrees. has been receiving medical treatment. The Dakota-Mahogany Granite Lucian Kaercher returned to North- Works at Milbank, S. D., will open THE ORTONVILI,E INDEPENDENT Recent Subscribers to The Independent. Joe Kohler J. F. Lewis Ole I. Steen Bert Barton Earl Stanton J. C. Sweezy Boyd Cronen B. F. Stegner Emil Fraasch W. L. Hickson K G. Knudson Waiter Halleck Albert Erickson Win. McFarland Dr. Otto Bergan Frank Grandprey Alma H. Chesley Milton Gustafson Dr. E. S. Wegner Curtis Longnecker Mrs. M. J. Sanders E. E. Shellenbarger Mrs. M. P. Williams Tony Schwartz, who was sentenced to two and one-half years at the State Reformatory at St. Cloud last sum- mer was released by the Board of Par- don and is now at his home in Cot- tell. Charles Hornstein of Beardsley and his son Harry Hornstein of Browns Valley were visitors here this morn- field Monday where he is attending their shop the first week in February. Carieton College, after a three weeks' The Ortonville Monumental Works vacation, are working four days a week at this ing. The former is a stockbuyer at Mrs. Mary IC Hubbard and daugh-I time. Beardsley and the latter mechanic in ter Helen are enjoying California, and l Miss Nellie Krook daughter of gen the Browns Valley Auto Company are located at 2060 Milan Ave, South l ry Krook of thi city, and Miss Lane, gaaeric e motored down from Abet lasade nL arrived from Miles City, Mont., the . . . : The annual meeting of the stockhol- first of the week for several days vis- deen, S. D., Tuesaay 1or a coupm ot tiers of the Western Minnesota Hos- it * Thev are guests of Mr and Mrs days' visit at the home of his daugh- Lital of Graceville was held Monday Charles Sigloh. " " ter, Mrs. Herbert McDowell..He will of this week.  ............... 1 n return to Aberdeen and remain for a ..... / oonn raercner rs a watson, ml a . ters J. L. Lindsey,. cleft enganeer, of Jef- I Montevideo and other points along the I few days and .then go to St. Pe - ferson, Is,, was m town over the week- ] ; ..... +, p; .... h ..... 1 otin [ burg, Fla., to om the other members ........................... ..  r lan f he trod. Mr. Lmdsey may decide to lo-I -: ........... :,:^_ __ ,._ ..r^v^ t of hm family fo the ba ce o t -- "tv "" ' a" o t office me t oft eMmneso a R1 e and con- "me clerms of me loct p s ! o,,, , , t,s o,,, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hassten enter- " d in ' ............  ' ..... were examined January 10 by E w i rained the following partaes at six li'. Moeckel, assistant chief clerk of the A meeting of the Lakeside club will o'clock dinner Wednesday evening: y mail Service, St. Paul. be held at the August Nelson home Mr. and Mrs. John E. Palmer; Mr. and A number of young people will be Friday evening, January 20. The pro- Mrs. Gust Lindgren; Mrs. Mary Eng- 4mined at a dancing party at the gram committee is arranging an in- -dahl and son W. F Engdahl; Mr and -home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frizzell teresting program. An invitation is Mrs. C. A. Zwiener; Rev. and Mrs. in Akron township Friday evening, extended to everyone. Arnold Nelson; Prof. C. N. Snesrud; V. Cade returned Saturday from St. Theodore Hundeby, Earl M. John- Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Hasslen. Paul where he spent several days with son, Jacob Frey, K. G. Knutson and County Agent C. D. Petterson of Yarwell, Osmun Kirk Company, for Ed. Jordan drove down from Beards- Madisoon was in town Monday to se- which he is travelling representative. !ey Wednesday to perfect the incor- cure information regarding plans Dr. White left Sunday for Red Wing poration of the Big Stone County Co- adopted by the Big Stone County Co- to open the office formerly rnn by operative Live Stock Association. operative Live Stock Association to Xra, F. W. Dunn. The office will be Maurice Randall entertained a num- use in considering an organization of operated under the name of Dr. Dunn. her of friends at a dancing party at a like co-operative association in Lac The Congregational Ladies Aid will the home of his parents, Mr. and Mr$. Qui Parle county at "a meeting to be meet with Mrs. Henry Eaton Friday A. V. Randall, Friday evening. A de- held at Madison today. J. S. Jones, adernoon of this week. A most cot- licious lunch was served to the young of the U. S. Grain Growers will speak invitaibm is extended to every- people. They all agreed that Maurice at the meeting and also A. B. Kaer, one. is a royal enteainer, chef of this city ii i ill i I Harry M. Carlson has accepted a position as manager for a lumber yard at Halleck, in Kittson county Mr. and Mrs. Carlson and little son have been visiting at the home of Mrs. Carlson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hudson, since Christmas. Word has been received from Fer- gus Falls advising of the death this morning of Ed. Elms, who has been very sick there for several weeks. Mr. Elms, with his family, has lived in Ortonville for many years, and is well known in this vicinity. Obituary will follow next week. Dan Eyre writes from Hastings that he had been confined to the hos- pital at that place for five weeks but tbat he was recovering and able to be out, altho very weak. He stated tbat he was very glad that he was in Hastings among his old friends for they were taking good care of him. Winners in the declamatory con- test held at the high school on Tues- day evening are: Geneva Beck, lst, i Agnes May, 2rid, and HuIdah John- son, 3rd. A gold, silver, and bronze medal was awarded to each, respect- ively. Boys who received places are: @ 1 OBITUARY I @ ...... q, Hazel B. Marie Hahn. Hazel B. Marie Hahn, sixteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hahn of this city pae(l away Sunday. For the past ten years she had been afflicted more or less with rheumatism of the heart and for several months had been under the care of a special nurse. Her condition had .improved to such an extent that the nurse was discharged Sunday, so that the news of her death came as a surprise and a shcck to the community. Funeral services were held at the homo at 2:00 p. m. Wednesday and at the Methodist Episcopal church at 3:00 p m., Rev. G. L. Haggans officiating. Her four uncles, Charles Kollitz, and H. W. Kollitz of this city and E. H. Kollitz and Leonard Kollitz of Odes- sa acted as palI bearers. Many beauti- ful floral offerings expressed the deep sympathy of the community, which goes out to her parents, two sisters and two brothers, Harold, Marjorie, Doris and Herman. Rueben C. Reichert. Reuben C. Reichert of Sisseton, S. Gerhardt Walseth, Arthur Anderson and Floyd Bolsta. Owing 'to inclement weather which prevented many from attending the Minstrel show at the Pleasant Valley church, December 3b, the entertain- ment will again be given, on Friday, January 13. Assurances are to the effect that there will be new jokes, ,and specialties and good snappy mu- sic. H. D. Marshall of Enid, Oklahoma, surprised his friends here the first of D., passed away at the hospital in Wil- mot, S. D., Monday, following a stroke of paralysis on Friday. Funeral services were held at Sisse- ton, S. D., this morning by the mem- bers of the Masonic lodge, of which he was a member, and the remains brought to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Reichert at Big Stone City, S. D., by the Masons. Ser- vices will be held at the Reichert home at 12:30 p. m., and from Evan- gelical church at 1:30 p. m., Rev. Gee. the week by calling upon them on his Zeck officiating, the Masonic order return from Morris where he went conducting services at Greenwood ! to negotiate a deal whereby he will cemetery, by the members of the Sis- engage in business at that place He seton, Wilmot, Milbank, Big Stone, stated that they had leased their farm in Oklahoma and were desirous of re- turning to Minnesota and wanted to get as near OrtonviUe as possible. His friends were highly amused to learn I that he and Mrs. Marshall demred tel return, as they had written the words: "We hope you'll become homesick," in icing upon a cake at a farewell par- ty given in their honor the night be- fore their departure from here. Loan Association Elects. At a meeting of the Big Stone Coun- ty National Farm Loan Association, held Tuesday, the following directors were elected: A. B. Kaercher, Emil Nelson, Carl Hjelmeland, Christian Torgerson and Alfred Mathison. Following the meeting the directors met and elected officers as follows: A. B. Kaercher, president, Emil Nelson, vice-president, and Miss Grace Kaer- cher, secretary-treasurer. A loan com- mittee was also elected. Lunch was served to the stockhold- ers at the Fie House at the close of the meeting. ' , [ and Ortonville chapters. Mr. Reichert was 34 years of age and leaves a wife and three children, one daughter and two sons, besides his parents, eight sisters and two brothers, as follows: Delmar Reichert who lives south of Big' Stone, Oscar THURSDAY, JANUARY Reichert of White Pail, Mies Hazel and Flora are attending Northwestern Evanston, Ill.; Miss Lulu chief operator in the Telephone exchange, Leila Reichert, telephone Big Stone, Mrs. W. L. Plain, Wis., Mrs. Steiner and W. Bethke of Big Stone City. Mr. Reiehert was John Monroe, at Wilmot. S. a number of years and wards County Auditor of county, and at the time of was a member of a firm doing work and in the land other members of the firm L. Knight and Mr. Oberg. State of Minncsot Investigation having been it having been found that tained in Mundweiler Lake, miles northeast of Stone County, are in danger ering in winter by reason lowness of the water, hereby granted to take may be found therein, in until April 1st, 1922, for only, as provided for in General laws 1919. Dated at St. Paul, llth day of January, 1922. CARLOS Game and State of Minnesot All Threats Ignore& "What do you like best, asked as they sat together porch hammock. "Ice cream," she ly. "Scream your head off. to kiss you anyway." --Phor.e your n . :o tl'ie ! dent if you do not happen t reporter. We are always ceive it. Phone 297. JUST THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wantS every boy and girl of this city to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes nickles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Libert7 Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS i  ORTONVILLE STATE John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, Smashed! _ I Not the Dishes But the Prices BUY THESE AT 10c 4 inch Plates 4 inch Fruits BUY THESE AT 15e Handled Teas and Saucers 7 inch Plates 8 inch Plates 5 inch Plates 6 inch Coupe Soups Regular Oatmeal Dishes Large'Coffee Cups 5 inch Nappies BUY THESE AT 25e 7 inch Bakers 8 inch Bakers 10 inch Platters 12 inch Platters 21/.- Pint Creamers 4 Pint Jugs Buffet Creams 6 inch Nappies 7 inch Nappies 8 inch Nappies EXTRA SPECIAL aJ Crooksville China Co.'s high class Din- ner Ware on a very good body that is ab- solutely guaranteed against crazing, with handsome gold design decoration. Not since 1912 has there been a border decoration comparable in value to this nor will there be any more at anything like these prices " offered for a, long time to come. Cups and Saucers at 15c Brings us back to the old days The Quantity is Limited So "Just Once Around" While They Last. 10c- Sale- 10 Commencing Saturday, January 14 Well, Folks--This time it is the wee small dime which has the magic to open the doors of our store house-of bargains and give you your choiCe nearly 150 different articles of staple everyday necessities of the kind sort you ate needing every day. The assortment given does not cover offerings. We have many others "just as good" but they are in two quantities to advertise. All steel Egg Beater (Dover Pattern) .................................................... Dripping Pans, 2 sizes 8x10x23/8 inches' and 9x12x23/8 inches Molasses and Peanut Butter Kisses J. P: Coats Thread 2 Crochet Cotton Clark O. N. T. Richardson R. M. C. One Lot Sheet Music ...: ........................................ v ........................................ CoP1 Lux Rite Hair Nets, single or double mesh ....................... : ................ Mesh One Qt. AluwAnum Sauce Pan .................. Each 10e 10% inch Aluminum Basting Spoons ...... Each..10 14 oz. Aluminum Drinking Cup .............. Each 10e 9 inch Aluminum Pie Plates .................. Each 10c Menders, 4 ass't size and wrench ............ Box 10e Paint Brushes, ass't size ........................ Each 10c Vegetable Brushes .................................... 2 for 10e Mouse Traps ................................................ 6 for 10c Magnetic Tack Hammers ........................ Each 10 Slip-joint Auto Pliers .............................. Each 1Oc Pinch or Wrenching Bar ........................ Each 10c Cold Chisels ............................................... Each 10c Harmonicas ................................................ Each 10c Dust Pans 9x13 inches ............................ Each 10c Magic Mits ................................................ Each 10c Fiber Chair Seats, ass't, sizes .................. Each 10c 7 and 8 inch White Plates, seconds ...... Gold Band Tea Cups and Saucer, F_,eh (Cup not sold without saucer) 5 inch Gold Band Plates, econds .......... 6 inch Gold Band Coufer, seconds ......... 4 inch Gold Band Fruits, seconds ...... Colonial Glass Tumblers .......................... Glass Measuring Cups ............................ Glass Lemon Juice Extractor ................ Imitation Cut Pickle Dishes ................... Tooth Brushes ........................................... Pot Covers, ass't, sizes ............................ Steel Wool Size 0-1-3 Tin Wash Basin 11 inch ....................... 2 Cup Flour Sifter ................................... 1 Qt. Graduated Tin Measures .............. Colonial Footed Glass Sundae Dishes ...................................................... 4 inch Colonial Shape Glass Nappies ........................................................... Aluminum Top Pepper and Salt .................................................................. White Enameled Wardrobe Hooks ............................................................. 3 4 qt. Deep Pudding Pans 10x3/ inc heavy I C Tin .............. : ......... Steel Fry Pan, 6 inch diameter made from cold rolled steel ........... :.. This Sale starts Saturday, January 14 and continues all the following unless sold out before. Kollitz Merc. Co. P Ortonwlle - - Minnesota TYLER'S Variety S ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA