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JANUARY 19, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE S II00D[P[ND[NT EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co, President Harris, Vice-President E. Lundgren, Secretary Treasurer OF DIRECTORS Kaercher John Witte Dinnell Chester Olson A. S. Halls Kaercher ank Harris A. B. Kaerche NEWS and COMMENT omlmQmlomsmmom mmwiimmiime m By THE INDEPENDENT This is the time of year when the[ grooming of the pet chicken takes I place over most of the northwest. 1 Pultry shows are now being held in I re,any of the towns in this section with one scheduled for Wheaton on Febru- ary 10 and 11 and one at Milbank on January 17 to 19. The show just closed at Montevideo is heralded as the most successful of any conducted Managing Editor in that city, with 574 entries. Thirty as second-class matter entries were made by breeders from a distance and thirty-nine by local 1920, at the postoffice at breeders. Minn., under the Act of ,1879. Word comes from Croton, S. D., $2.00 PER YEAR that the city jail has been unoccupied for such a long time that the city court- Rates on Applicittion has decided to utilize the building as office quarters. Most jails in the smaller towns and PREF5 ASSOCIATION cities over the country are vacant and have been since prohibition went into Advt. Representative, effect. In less than one year after SELECT LIST. voting out the saloons in Ortonville Bank St: Paul the jail was used to store flour in. For St. Minneapolis years before it contained many steady boarders besides serving as a resting RELIEF NEEDED. place for many transient during the can think of nothing more that summer season. done to kill the American far- has been done. During the With the knowledge that he had told to raise all the wheat only a few more days to live, B to buy tractors and labor Thompson, a well known farmer living machinery to take tile lace of near Fergus Falls made all of his fu- serving the country. The neral arrangements, including select- wheat was held down by law ing of pallbearers and then died on of everything else he New Year's morning after his wish to to have soared to the see the New Year in.--Glenwood Her- ald, inflation reached its height were nearly doubled. Money "The Court of Small Claims" has and people were encour- been established at Milbank in accor- to borrow and were under dance with the provisions made by that everlasting pros- the legislature of South Dakota at its was at hand. Suddenly there last session. Instead of serving sum- the Federal Reserve Bank mons in person and employing an at- edict---Liquidate! With torney parties claiming to have mon- was withdrawn from. cir- ey coming from others in the amount and the prices of farm pro- of $50 or less may serve summons in far below the cot of the new court by registered mail and while other things clung the parties in the controversy appear prices, before the judge without attorneys years the Federal Loan and simply state their case. In this was tied up in litigation by way both the expense of attorneys of mortgage loan fees and sheriff's fees are eliminated and rates of interest advanced and then too it is possible that all that spell "confiscation of witnesses will have a tendency to tell mortgaged property." .he truth. Skating rinks have been provided for the children in many of the towns in this section of the state less favor- ed by nature than our own city is. tCHURCH NOTICES Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternooh at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock Eids Ltitheran Church. (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. relief must be given or industry will perish--and many others. is spending its time in conferences and talking in- acting. Party politics instead welfare controls. There is of statesmanship of the old endowed with wisdom, convic- courage dedicated to con- service of the common peo- exempt securities furnishes a Place for money and the ex- lrofit and income tax is the blu- that drives it to secmty and circulation. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language Sunday school after each service Eng- lish language. Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Nelson, Pastor. Regular services Sunday as follows: 10:30, Swedish; 12:00 to 1:00, Sunday school; 7:30, English; subject, "The Weddi'ng at Cans." Evangelical Association. (Big Stone City) G. E. Zech, Pastor Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:3# p. m. You are cordially invited to attend thes services. i i vited. i J J i r .I Someone has to pay for the fun--al ways. During the 1920 baseball sea- son the city of Montevideo was cutting circles 'round all towns in these parts with its "all-salaried" nine and the team proved a great drawing card but not a paying one, and as a result, stockholders in the promotion of the team have been served with legal summons reminding them of a deficit of some $1800. The amount has been carried as a loan by a Monte bank. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Benedict, pioneer residents of Milbank. celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary at their home there on Tuesday of last week. Many friends attended among whom was an old time resident, Mr. N. J. Schafer, who recalled that he was one of the youngsters who chivaried them when married. Mr. and Mrs. Benedict hart lived at Milbank since movin there from Ortonvflle in 1881. Both are in fairly good health. A correspondent of the St. Paul Dispatch, whose work took him. thru fourteen states, reached the conclu- sion that drunkenness is on the in- crease. This reminds us of the besot- ted individual, who, leaning against a lamp post, declared that everybody passing was drunk. There is drunken- ness. Nobody will deny that, but the man who says it is on the increase is simply mistaken.Madison Indepen- dent Press. Citizens up at Wheaton and over at Benson are passing some of the dis- agl:eeable winter days by criticizing and censuring their newspapers for the publication of certain articles claimed to be detrimental to the towns. At Wheaton a "taxpayer" fur- nished the paper with an article in which he censured the Fire Depart- ment and now the department mem- bers have turned their "extinguisher" on editor Howard. At Benson. the Monitor has both the Mayor and the city cop "up and at 'era." due to the publication of an article relating to a damage suit in the amount of $1,700 which was brought recently bY a par- ty at Starbuck. It is claimed that the mayor and police, mn broke into plaintiff's auto in search of moons- hine, damaging it and injuring plain- tff s reputation. Re,xaction of the ar- ]tides appearing in the Monitor was demanded by the mayor without re- sult except in a minor degree. Emanuei Lutheran. Odessa, (3 miles East, 2 miles North) Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular services in the English lan- guage Monday, January 30 at 2:00 p. Ell. Eidskog Lutheran Church. Rev. K. Knutson, Pastor. (11 miles nortseast of Ortonville) There will be services at the usu:d hour next Sunday morning, January 15. Norwegian Lutheran Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, Jauuary 22, as Rev. Walseth will be at Milbank. Confirmation class will meet on Saturday at the parson- age. Congregational Church. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor. Morning preachint7, service, 10:45 a. - , ,, ,q tO. Sermon sub leer, The Church Self-Respect." Sunday school, 11:45 a.m. Evening preaching service, 7:45 U.m. Sermon subject: "The First Sin." Special music. All are most cordially invited to these services. Methodist Episcopal Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor The morning theme at the Metho- dist church next Sunday will be "A Whole-hearted Religion." Baptisms and reception of members. Sunday school at 12:00 m. Epworth League at 7:00. The topic at 7:45 will be "Halting Between Two Opinions." Special singing by the Weslyan Choir. Monday evening, January 23, there will be a "Methodist get-together," tc which all members and friends are in- The CURTIS TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE Minneapolis - Minnesota can no more be forced to There will be no services next Sun- against the will of its possessor day morning, January 22. than can the man who . . , There must be a premium of- of a penalty inflicted to Church of St. John. Service from either. Rev. Ft. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:00 o'clock "procrastination is the thief and 10:00 o'clock next Sunday, Janu- Why put it off until tomor- ary 22. can do today? Never of the world was there when work was so necessary. part and do it NOW. ; TREES FOR Cox Procures 20,000 Black Yearlhtgs for Distribu- tionMake Suggestions. State forest service is ready young black walnut trees in state parks and along highways as long as the of 20,000 lasts, Forester W. T. announced this week. About be reserved for the parks, and the remainder will be dis- for planting on the roadsides conditions are favorable to owth. M. Babcock, state highway approved the proposal, previously ordered members organization to co-operate in growing trees and otherwise and enhancing the attrac- of the state trunk routes. Walnut treeswill thrive in the Soil in the southern half of and particularly in sections of the Minnesota river of which are natives, Mr. Cox said. Thr trees, no W about 18 inches tall. sent to oluntary or other or- agreeing to plant and car, he said. They will mature ]5 yars, he added. Minnesota districts should pines, spruces, basswood,s t-ees adapted to local con- the forester advised. The for- rVice is "without free supplies of but will co-operate toward ob- them. club as ordered a of black walnut trees for along the new pavement ov ] ghwa No. I between that] Faribault, Mr. Cox reported,] ral' wamen's clubs are inter- ] the offer of the forest servlce.] I HOTEL One whole city block of beautiful Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon hour, Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A la Carte and Table d' Hote Service in the Main Restaurant. TARIFFS 76 Rooms, Private Baths, Single $2.00, Double $3,00 324 Rooms. Private Baths, Single $2.50 Double $3.50 202 RoOms'. Private Bths. Single $3.00, Double $4.00 Others ea suite Ill Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Truth." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 8 to 5 p. m. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. Big Stone City.Preachingservices at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p m Preaching services at 8:00 pm. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson.Preachlng services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. st $ United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) Odessa--Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a. m. IC L. C. E. at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's meeting open to all. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society, last Thursday of the month at 2:30 p. m. Class in Catechism, every Satur- day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrellSunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. "Just back from the South Seas ?" "I spent 10 years there," said the chpra king. "Do the styles in women's clothes shock you since you have come home ?" "On the contrary, they seem famil- iar." cree TURKISH Friendly VIRGINIA Gentlemen BURLEY perKwt cigarette tobacco n one ltwect cigarette one-eleven cigarettes 500f.,20 The girl reporter accepted the edi- tor's invitation to dinner, and when asked how she enjoyed it, said: "Oh, fine; but I'll never go to dinner with an editor again." "Why not?" "Well, the dinner was fine, but he blue-penciled about three quarters o my order." --We grind anything in the line of coarse flour, Graham, Corn Meal, Rye or Buckwheat, See us about flour. We have it at $3.00 per 98 pound sack. Ortonville Feed Store. 36-tf --Do you read the ads in the Inde- pendent ? They contain money-saving news, for you. , , , Reduction in Price on. BIG BEN AND BABY BEN Alarm Clocks All Westclox Products Cut in Price PALM, The Jeweler Monthly Letter Mr. Motorist: Is your battery protected against freez- ing? A few simple precautions now Will .guar- antee perfect battery service in the Spring. If your car is running your battery should be kept fully charged; if idle it should be stored by either the Wet or Dry method, both of which we will gladly .ex- plain. These methods prevent freezing, which means battery ruination. Economy is the present watchword-- economize by giving your battery proper fare. We service all makes of batteries. Re- gardless of whether your battery is a Vesta or some other make, we will give it the same conscientious attention. When you again need a new battery, it will mean dollars in your pocket to secure a Vesta. Its patented "Isolators" firmly lock the plates apart, thereby preventing short-circuiting thru plate-buckling. This feature means longer battery life, and thus lower cost per month of battery service to you. It is our desire to assist you to obtain the longest possible life from your present battery. We trust that you will call occa: sionally in order that we may be privileged to do so. Always at your service. The Park Garage THE UNiVER$'AL CAR NEW FORD PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 16, 1922 TOURING CAR Regular . RUNABOUT Regular . CHASSIS Regular COUPE ...... SEDAN ...... TRUCK CHASIS .... $348.00 319.00 285.00 580.00 645.00 430.00 All above prices are F. O. B. Detroit and are the lowest in the history of the Ford Motor Company. Starter remains $70.00 list and Demountables $25.00 list when sup- plied with the open type cars. TRACTOR $625 SPECIAL BARGAIN ON TIRES 30x3 .... $ 7.00 30x3 .... I0.00 31x4 .... 12.50 We now have the new Fisk Premier 30x3V at $10,85 for a Non- Skid Tire. J. Arthur Matthews JANUARY 19, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE S II00D[P[ND[NT EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co, President Harris, Vice-President E. Lundgren, Secretary Treasurer OF DIRECTORS Kaercher John Witte Dinnell Chester Olson A. S. Halls Kaercher ank Harris A. B. Kaerche NEWS and COMMENT omlmQmlomsmmom mmwiimmiime m By THE INDEPENDENT This is the time of year when the[ grooming of the pet chicken takes I place over most of the northwest. 1 Pultry shows are now being held in I re,any of the towns in this section with one scheduled for Wheaton on Febru- ary 10 and 11 and one at Milbank on January 17 to 19. The show just closed at Montevideo is heralded as the most successful of any conducted Managing Editor in that city, with 574 entries. Thirty as second-class matter entries were made by breeders from a distance and thirty-nine by local 1920, at the postoffice at breeders. Minn., under the Act of ,1879. Word comes from Croton, S. D., $2.00 PER YEAR that the city jail has been unoccupied for such a long time that the city court- Rates on Applicittion has decided to utilize the building as office quarters. Most jails in the smaller towns and PREF5 ASSOCIATION cities over the country are vacant and have been since prohibition went into Advt. Representative, effect. In less than one year after SELECT LIST. voting out the saloons in Ortonville Bank St: Paul the jail was used to store flour in. For St. Minneapolis years before it contained many steady boarders besides serving as a resting RELIEF NEEDED. place for many transient during the can think of nothing more that summer season. done to kill the American far- has been done. During the With the knowledge that he had told to raise all the wheat only a few more days to live, B to buy tractors and labor Thompson, a well known farmer living machinery to take tile lace of near Fergus Falls made all of his fu- serving the country. The neral arrangements, including select- wheat was held down by law ing of pallbearers and then died on of everything else he New Year's morning after his wish to to have soared to the see the New Year in.--Glenwood Her- ald, inflation reached its height were nearly doubled. Money "The Court of Small Claims" has and people were encour- been established at Milbank in accor- to borrow and were under dance with the provisions made by that everlasting pros- the legislature of South Dakota at its was at hand. Suddenly there last session. Instead of serving sum- the Federal Reserve Bank mons in person and employing an at- edict---Liquidate! With torney parties claiming to have mon- was withdrawn from. cir- ey coming from others in the amount and the prices of farm pro- of $50 or less may serve summons in far below the cot of the new court by registered mail and while other things clung the parties in the controversy appear prices, before the judge without attorneys years the Federal Loan and simply state their case. In this was tied up in litigation by way both the expense of attorneys of mortgage loan fees and sheriff's fees are eliminated and rates of interest advanced and then too it is possible that all that spell "confiscation of witnesses will have a tendency to tell mortgaged property." .he truth. Skating rinks have been provided for the children in many of the towns in this section of the state less favor- ed by nature than our own city is. tCHURCH NOTICES Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternooh at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock Eids Ltitheran Church. (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. relief must be given or industry will perish--and many others. is spending its time in conferences and talking in- acting. Party politics instead welfare controls. There is of statesmanship of the old endowed with wisdom, convic- courage dedicated to con- service of the common peo- exempt securities furnishes a Place for money and the ex- lrofit and income tax is the blu- that drives it to secmty and circulation. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language Sunday school after each service Eng- lish language. Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Nelson, Pastor. Regular services Sunday as follows: 10:30, Swedish; 12:00 to 1:00, Sunday school; 7:30, English; subject, "The Weddi'ng at Cans." Evangelical Association. (Big Stone City) G. E. Zech, Pastor Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:3# p. m. You are cordially invited to attend thes services. i i vited. i J J i r .I Someone has to pay for the fun--al ways. During the 1920 baseball sea- son the city of Montevideo was cutting circles 'round all towns in these parts with its "all-salaried" nine and the team proved a great drawing card but not a paying one, and as a result, stockholders in the promotion of the team have been served with legal summons reminding them of a deficit of some $1800. The amount has been carried as a loan by a Monte bank. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Benedict, pioneer residents of Milbank. celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary at their home there on Tuesday of last week. Many friends attended among whom was an old time resident, Mr. N. J. Schafer, who recalled that he was one of the youngsters who chivaried them when married. Mr. and Mrs. Benedict hart lived at Milbank since movin there from Ortonvflle in 1881. Both are in fairly good health. A correspondent of the St. Paul Dispatch, whose work took him. thru fourteen states, reached the conclu- sion that drunkenness is on the in- crease. This reminds us of the besot- ted individual, who, leaning against a lamp post, declared that everybody passing was drunk. There is drunken- ness. Nobody will deny that, but the man who says it is on the increase is simply mistaken.Madison Indepen- dent Press. Citizens up at Wheaton and over at Benson are passing some of the dis- agl:eeable winter days by criticizing and censuring their newspapers for the publication of certain articles claimed to be detrimental to the towns. At Wheaton a "taxpayer" fur- nished the paper with an article in which he censured the Fire Depart- ment and now the department mem- bers have turned their "extinguisher" on editor Howard. At Benson. the Monitor has both the Mayor and the city cop "up and at 'era." due to the publication of an article relating to a damage suit in the amount of $1,700 which was brought recently bY a par- ty at Starbuck. It is claimed that the mayor and police, mn broke into plaintiff's auto in search of moons- hine, damaging it and injuring plain- tff s reputation. Re,xaction of the ar- ]tides appearing in the Monitor was demanded by the mayor without re- sult except in a minor degree. Emanuei Lutheran. Odessa, (3 miles East, 2 miles North) Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular services in the English lan- guage Monday, January 30 at 2:00 p. Ell. Eidskog Lutheran Church. Rev. K. Knutson, Pastor. (11 miles nortseast of Ortonville) There will be services at the usu:d hour next Sunday morning, January 15. Norwegian Lutheran Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, Jauuary 22, as Rev. Walseth will be at Milbank. Confirmation class will meet on Saturday at the parson- age. Congregational Church. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor. Morning preachint7, service, 10:45 a. - , ,, ,q tO. Sermon sub leer, The Church Self-Respect." Sunday school, 11:45 a.m. Evening preaching service, 7:45 U.m. Sermon subject: "The First Sin." Special music. All are most cordially invited to these services. Methodist Episcopal Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor The morning theme at the Metho- dist church next Sunday will be "A Whole-hearted Religion." Baptisms and reception of members. Sunday school at 12:00 m. Epworth League at 7:00. The topic at 7:45 will be "Halting Between Two Opinions." Special singing by the Weslyan Choir. Monday evening, January 23, there will be a "Methodist get-together," tc which all members and friends are in- The CURTIS TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE Minneapolis - Minnesota can no more be forced to There will be no services next Sun- against the will of its possessor day morning, January 22. than can the man who . . , There must be a premium of- of a penalty inflicted to Church of St. John. Service from either. Rev. Ft. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:00 o'clock "procrastination is the thief and 10:00 o'clock next Sunday, Janu- Why put it off until tomor- ary 22. can do today? Never of the world was there when work was so necessary. part and do it NOW. ; TREES FOR Cox Procures 20,000 Black Yearlhtgs for Distribu- tionMake Suggestions. State forest service is ready young black walnut trees in state parks and along highways as long as the of 20,000 lasts, Forester W. T. announced this week. About be reserved for the parks, and the remainder will be dis- for planting on the roadsides conditions are favorable to owth. M. Babcock, state highway approved the proposal, previously ordered members organization to co-operate in growing trees and otherwise and enhancing the attrac- of the state trunk routes. Walnut treeswill thrive in the Soil in the southern half of and particularly in sections of the Minnesota river of which are natives, Mr. Cox said. Thr trees, no W about 18 inches tall. sent to oluntary or other or- agreeing to plant and car, he said. They will mature ]5 yars, he added. Minnesota districts should pines, spruces, basswood,s t-ees adapted to local con- the forester advised. The for- rVice is "without free supplies of but will co-operate toward ob- them. club as ordered a of black walnut trees for along the new pavement ov ] ghwa No. I between that] Faribault, Mr. Cox reported,] ral' wamen's clubs are inter- ] the offer of the forest servlce.] I HOTEL One whole city block of beautiful Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon hour, Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A la Carte and Table d' Hote Service in the Main Restaurant. TARIFFS 76 Rooms, Private Baths, Single $2.00, Double $3,00 324 Rooms. Private Baths, Single $2.50 Double $3.50 202 RoOms'. Private Bths. Single $3.00, Double $4.00 Others ea suite Ill Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Truth." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 8 to 5 p. m. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. Big Stone City.Preachingservices at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p m Preaching services at 8:00 p m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson.Preachlng services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. st $ United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) Odessa--Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a. m. IC L. C. E. at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's meeting open to all. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society, last Thursday of the month at 2:30 p. m. Class in Catechism, every Satur- day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrellSunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. "Just back from the South Seas ?" "I spent 10 years there," said the chpra king. "Do the styles in women's clothes shock you since you have come home ?" "On the contrary, they seem famil- iar." cree TURKISH Friendly VIRGINIA Gentlemen BURLEY perKwt cigarette tobacco n one ltwect cigarette one-eleven cigarettes 500f.,20 The girl reporter accepted the edi- tor's invitation to dinner, and when asked how she enjoyed it, said: "Oh, fine; but I'll never go to dinner with an editor again." "Why not?" "Well, the dinner was fine, but he blue-penciled about three quarters o my order." --We grind anything in the line of coarse flour, Graham, Corn Meal, Rye or Buckwheat, See us about flour. We have it at $3.00 per 98 pound sack. Ortonville Feed Store. 36-tf --Do you read the ads in the Inde- pendent ? They contain money-saving news, for you. , , , Reduction in Price on. BIG BEN AND BABY BEN Alarm Clocks All Westclox Products Cut in Price PALM, The Jeweler Monthly Letter Mr. Motorist: Is your battery protected against freez- ing? A few simple precautions now Will .guar- antee perfect battery service in the Spring. If your car is running your battery should be kept fully charged; if idle it should be stored by either the Wet or Dry method, both of which we will gladly .ex- plain. These methods prevent freezing, which means battery ruination. Economy is the present watchword-- economize by giving your battery proper fare. We service all makes of batteries. Re- gardless of whether your battery is a Vesta or some other make, we will give it the same conscientious attention. When you again need a new battery, it will mean dollars in your pocket to secure a Vesta. Its patented "Isolators" firmly lock the plates apart, thereby preventing short-circuiting thru plate-buckling. This feature means longer battery life, and thus lower cost per month of battery service to you. It is our desire to assist you to obtain the longest possible life from your present battery. We trust that you will call occa: sionally in order that we may be privileged to do so. Always at your service. The Park Garage THE UNiVER$'AL CAR NEW FORD PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 16, 1922 TOURING CAR Regular . RUNABOUT Regular . CHASSIS Regular COUPE ...... SEDAN ...... TRUCK CHASIS .... $348.00 319.00 285.00 580.00 645.00 430.00 All above prices are F. O. B. Detroit and are the lowest in the history of the Ford Motor Company. Starter remains $70.00 list and Demountables $25.00 list when sup- plied with the open type cars. TRACTOR $625 SPECIAL BARGAIN ON TIRES 30x3 .... $ 7.00 30x3 .... I0.00 31x4 .... 12.50 We now have the new Fisk Premier 30x3V at $10,85 for a Non- Skid Tire. J. Arthur Matthews }, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT pAGE S ID[p[@[NI by printing Ca, L Lundtree, Seentar John Witte Dinner r Ole,n A. S. Halls Kaeel & B. Kaea'ekef Managing Edltex ondMs @e postee d $2.O0 PKR ,pplletou rCerentattv SELECT LIST. RELIEF NEEDED. x tlnk of nethbg mo that has been done. During the , to buy raetors.a eing the uatry. to ha soand to lflaton reeed its height Money to horw and we under ,g pro Suddenly the prices of fa pm- blow other tMngs clung 'eder L ted up In litigation b mortgaged property." given ol industry onfens and talking in- acting. Pary politics instead mpt ple far money and the ex- s tax is the blu- to eutty and be forced th can the n who There mt be a pnml of- pea)ty inflleted to Why D m n do today? world w the was so do it NOW. I TREES FOR for Dtstba- ttaw--Make Segeltiee state fo ree is ad tre as tong as the of 2O,OOO luta, Forester W. T Imaouneed re,erred for the tor planting on the de er conditions ere farable t :, state /ghwa g previously ordered membe i rgiation to co-operate in trees and ethel enhancing the attr- state tnk route walnut bees dll Uve in te Ir. Cog aid. Th abeut 18 inches tall, T or the or to plant and car Tey will ture lS y*s, m district a uheuM a, tl foer a toward r of he along the new pavement o No. I between that Farlbanjt, Mr. Cox rported, r of the forest asides. NEWS and COMMENT By THE INDEPENDENT year grooming 0 the p pla over most of the Pnultryshews  now being held i January 17 to t9. The show J1 at Montevid is he.Ideal in that city, with 574 entries. Thirt d thirty-nlne by Word eom fm GibSon, S. that the dry ail has been uuouped or such a long m qarte, effect in less than one yeRr after otlng out the saloons in the Jail was used years befo it contained ny stead7 boarders besides serng as a resting ple for many transient during suer  With the knowledge that only a few me days to llve, ThompaoR, a wall ko faer lidng near Fergas Fails made all of his fu- neral aangemeats, ineludSng selma- lag of paUhea and then died on New Yr's mong after hi* wish to ,,The Court of Small rnsions made he legislature mona n peon and employing an a partie elalmig to have mort. ey coming fm others in the of $5O or ls ma) the Judge wthout and simply state their ee. way both the expense of e fs and sheff's fees an el d then too it is possible witnees wiU have a tendene Skatlng n have been pded many of the towns in thil ed by nature than our o city is. During the 1920 baseball sea son the city of Monbevid was euttin und all to in t par "all-salaried" nine te proved a great paying vne, d as a Ider i the pmation 9f thel ave bn seed with legal them of a defit of some $1800. Mr. d Mrs. H. J. Benedict, gioneer 55th weddlng anniverry at their home the o Toesday of last wk. Many fends attended among hom Schafer, ha Ud at Milhank r the from Ortonqle in 1881. a Jn fairly good heath. A cospondeat of the St. Paul Dispatch, whose work took him thm frtn stat ted indl*iduai, who, leaning against a lamp pot, decanted that erybody passing was dnk. q e  drunken- ness. Nobady wl]l deny tha but the man who says simply Citizens u Benson are pslng some of ha di ageable vnter days by etizins d censuring thor newpapers foi the publitnn of certain articl chimed to be detmental to At Wheato a "txp ayeS' fur- the paver wth an he eensure the Fi Debar- ment and bars have turned their "exngmsher"  edltcr Howard. At Season, the onltor has both the Mayor and the ity cop 'p and at 'em," due to the publcatDn of an article relating to 6amage suit n the ameunt of $h70 hich was brought neen y y a par- ty at Starbuek. It is daimed that he mav0r and pliceman bke nto plaintiff's auto in seah of moons- hine, dams#rig it and in)uring plai- tff's putatlo Retction of the ar- elea appeanng in the Monitor wa demded by the mayor wRhout n- sult except in a minor dege:__ 4 CHURCH NOTICES Egisma] Chub. Regular .rvices ery Sunday af. y school Etds Lesbian Chuh. (leven tulles northeast of Oonle) Ray. S. M. Moe of C])nton, Ptor. The ll be o eis next Sn- day meting, Janry 22. Cherch of St. $ha. Ray. Ft. J.  Sullivan. ary 2 s ' Trinity Lutheran Chh. August Bartlng, pastor. Sel every Sunday at p.m. German language Sunday lish legeage. 2ou Imthm Cbereh Rer. Nelson, pastor. Ret'alar rdce Sunday as follo I0:30, $edieh; 12:00 to I:00, SUnda schl; 7:8O, Eaglh; suect, Wading at Cn" vu takal Ameiation. (Big Stone Clt) G. E. Zh, Pator Pleaehlng aervlee at unday ehool at 11:00 a. m. Yoex Peo#e'm Alllanee at 6:4 p. m. Prayer tlng d Teachers Turng Ous Wednesday *h, 7: p. m. You a II17 laIted to attend them Emanuel Lutheran. - Odessa, ( les Et, 2 miles Northl Aold Nelson, Pastor. Regutar erees in the English lan- guage Monday, Janry 3O at 2:O0 p. Etdekog Luthen Chub Rev. IL Knuton, Pastor. 11 miles nortast of Ortonvillel There 511 be seies at the usu.d hour next Sday maing, January Noegian L.thran Rev. J. Waseth, Paster. There will be no day, January be at Milban Confirmation cla, will meet on Saturday at the pson- Congregational Caurch. Paul  Bockovan, Pastor. Moing phin service, 10:45 a r. Saon subiL "The Chuh', Slf-Resect." Sunday school lt:45 Evening paehing rce, 7:45 Semen subject: "The Frt Sin." Secla musts. AII a most ordially in.tg-'d . the servieee. Methtist Epal . G. L. ltagga, Par The mornl st ehuh next Sunday 'Mll Whote-heal Relion." Batsms and eeeptlon o member. Smday iool at 12  Epwoth Leag at 7:OO. The #e at 7:45 will  r,Kltidg Between Two Opllnn"  lnkng by the Wesly Choir Monday e,nlnl, San , the will be a "Methlt gt-t*gether," t which all mmrs d fltends am in- The CURTIS HOTEL TItNTH S'R'r A" OtJR'H AVNtJ M'maeapolis Minnesota One whole city block of beautiful Lobbi. Restaurants and Shops. pipe Organ Music during the Nn )uncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinner. ,a the Mn P.e*umnl TAnlPPS I I Chrleti Sieae I The girl reporter pted the edi. I --We grind anything In the llne of Sunday servi at 10:45  m*ltor's invitation to dinner, d when er flo, Graham Co Meal, Rye Subject, "Truth." I ked how she enjoyed it, said: ] or Buek'whea See s abt*t flour. Wednesday rvice at 8:00 p m. AH "Oh, fine; but I'H never go to di*r I We ha t at $3.00 per 9 pvltd k. an lme to these eerv Free with an editor again." Ortovlle Feed Sto. 6-ff adlng m In their hall (mamke I "Why no7,, - building). Oen every, *Tue4tY a.ud "Well, the dinner was fine. but be news--DforYUyoad the ads in the Iad Friday fm $ to  p,  bib-penCiled about three quaroers of pendtT They nontaln mey-vtng The Chuzeh of Goad Fellowahll United Evangelical Chub. Rev. ft. H. Mayne, Ptor, SIS Ste City.--paebJng servit a.m.K.L.C.E, meeting at 7:3O p Phin rve at 8:OO p m. Prayar meettn and Bibla C)ass ill be held every Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Jehns.--Prehing se'ieea at 3:OO p. m. United Evansel Chul F. W. Agte, Pastor. ( Odes-Cecil Cirodt ) Prehing at 10:00 a m. at q:0 . m. Thla is Young people*s meeting meeting Wednesday ning at 7:80 Wom's Miioaar Sodety, last Thursday of the month at 2:30 p. m. Class In Catechism, every 8atur day aternoon at 2:OO o'elk* Cornllanday serdce Sunday ig at 7:3O p.m. Lades' Ad ts two ka  Thda after- "I epent 10 yeaxs the," edpm king. "D O the s'l you since you have eome "On the contrary, the sm ram1 cLhree IJRKISll Frnd- VRGmDt Gentieama BURLEY one-eleven cigarettes 500f0020 * m '-  Reduction in Price on-- BIG BEN AND BABY BEN Alarm Clocks All Westclox Products Cut in Price PALM, The Jeweler Monthly Letter Mr. Motorist:- Is your battery protected against freez- ing? A few simple precautions now Will guar- antee perfect battery service in the Spring. If your car is running your battery should be kept fully cbarged; if idle it should be stored by either the Wet or Dry method, both of which we will gladly ex- plain. These methods prevent freezing, which means battery ruination. Economy is the present watchword-- economize by giving your battery proper care. We service all makes of batteries. Re- gardless of whether your battery is a Vesta or some other make, we will give it the same conscientious attention. When you again need a new battery, it will mean dollars in your pckloc t to secure a Vesta. Its patented "Isolators" firmly lock the plates apart thereby preventing short-circuiting thru plate-buckling. This feature means longer battery life, and thus lower cost per month of battery service to you. It is our desire to assist you to obtain the longest possible life from your present battery. We trust that you will call occa: sionaily in order that we may be privileged to do so. Always at your service. The Park Garage THR UN VRgAL CAR NEW FORD PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 16, 1922 TOURING CAR Regular $348.00 RUNABOUT Regular 319.00 CHASSIS Regular 285.00 COUPE ...... 580. SEDAN ...... 645.00 TRUCK CHAS1S .... 439.00 All above prices are F. O. B, Detroit and are the lower  the history of the Ford Motor Company. Starter remains $70.00 list and Demountabiss $25,00 list when sup- plied with the open type cars. TRACTOR $625 SPECIAL BARGAIN ON TIRES 30x3 $ 7.00 30x3t .... 10.00 31x4 . . 12.50 We now have the new Fisk Premier 30x3/2 a $10.85 for a Non- Skid Tire. J. Arthur Matthews JANUARY 19, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE S II00D[P[ND[NT EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co, President Harris, Vice-President E. Lundgren, Secretary Treasurer OF DIRECTORS Kaercher John Witte Dinnell Chester Olson A. S. Halls Kaercher ank Harris A. B. Kaerche NEWS and COMMENT omlmQmlomsmmom mmwiimmiime m By THE INDEPENDENT This is the time of year when the[ grooming of the pet chicken takes I place over most of the northwest. 1 Pultry shows are now being held in I re,any of the towns in this section with one scheduled for Wheaton on Febru- ary 10 and 11 and one at Milbank on January 17 to 19. The show just closed at Montevideo is heralded as the most successful of any conducted Managing Editor in that city, with 574 entries. Thirty as second-class matter entries were made by breeders from a distance and thirty-nine by local 1920, at the postoffice at breeders. Minn., under the Act of ,1879. Word comes from Croton, S. D., $2.00 PER YEAR that the city jail has been unoccupied for such a long time that the city court- Rates on Applicittion has decided to utilize the building as office quarters. Most jails in the smaller towns and PREF5 ASSOCIATION cities over the country are vacant and have been since prohibition went into Advt. Representative, effect. In less than one year after SELECT LIST. voting out the saloons in Ortonville Bank St: Paul the jail was used to store flour in. For St. Minneapolis years before it contained many steady boarders besides serving as a resting RELIEF NEEDED. place for many transient during the can think of nothing more that summer season. done to kill the American far- has been done. During the With the knowledge that he had told to raise all the wheat only a few more days to live, B to buy tractors and labor Thompson, a well known farmer living machinery to take tile lace of near Fergus Falls made all of his fu- serving the country. The neral arrangements, including select- wheat was held down by law ing of pallbearers and then died on of everything else he New Year's morning after his wish to to have soared to the see the New Year in.--Glenwood Her- ald, inflation reached its height were nearly doubled. Money "The Court of Small Claims" has and people were encour- been established at Milbank in accor- to borrow and were under dance with the provisions made by that everlasting pros- the legislature of South Dakota at its was at hand. Suddenly there last session. Instead of serving sum- the Federal Reserve Bank mons in person and employing an at- edict---Liquidate! With torney parties claiming to have mon- was withdrawn from. cir- ey coming from others in the amount and the prices of farm pro- of $50 or less may serve summons in far below the cot of the new court by registered mail and while other things clung the parties in the controversy appear prices, before the judge without attorneys years the Federal Loan and simply state their case. In this was tied up in litigation by way both the expense of attorneys of mortgage loan fees and sheriff's fees are eliminated and rates of interest advanced and then too it is possible that all that spell "confiscation of witnesses will have a tendency to tell mortgaged property." .he truth. Skating rinks have been provided for the children in many of the towns in this section of the state less favor- ed by nature than our own city is. tCHURCH NOTICES Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternooh at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock Eids Ltitheran Church. (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. relief must be given or industry will perish--and many others. is spending its time in conferences and talking in- acting. Party politics instead welfare controls. There is of statesmanship of the old endowed with wisdom, convic- courage dedicated to con- service of the common peo- exempt securities furnishes a Place for money and the ex- lrofit and income tax is the blu- that drives it to secmty and circulation. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language Sunday school after each service Eng- lish language. Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Nelson, Pastor. Regular services Sunday as follows: 10:30, Swedish; 12:00 to 1:00, Sunday school; 7:30, English; subject, "The Weddi'ng at Cans." Evangelical Association. (Big Stone City) G. E. Zech, Pastor Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:3# p. m. You are cordially invited to attend thes services. i i vited. i J J i r .I Someone has to pay for the fun--al ways. During the 1920 baseball sea- son the city of Montevideo was cutting circles 'round all towns in these parts with its "all-salaried" nine and the team proved a great drawing card but not a paying one, and as a result, stockholders in the promotion of the team have been served with legal summons reminding them of a deficit of some $1800. The amount has been carried as a loan by a Monte bank. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Benedict, pioneer residents of Milbank. celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary at their home there on Tuesday of last week. Many friends attended among whom was an old time resident, Mr. N. J. Schafer, who recalled that he was one of the youngsters who chivaried them when married. Mr. and Mrs. Benedict hart lived at Milbank since movin there from Ortonvflle in 1881. Both are in fairly good health. A correspondent of the St. Paul Dispatch, whose work took him. thru fourteen states, reached the conclu- sion that drunkenness is on the in- crease. This reminds us of the besot- ted individual, who, leaning against a lamp post, declared that everybody passing was drunk. There is drunken- ness. Nobody will deny that, but the man who says it is on the increase is simply mistaken.Madison Indepen- dent Press. Citizens up at Wheaton and over at Benson are passing some of the dis- agl:eeable winter days by criticizing and censuring their newspapers for the publication of certain articles claimed to be detrimental to the towns. At Wheaton a "taxpayer" fur- nished the paper with an article in which he censured the Fire Depart- ment and now the department mem- bers have turned their "extinguisher" on editor Howard. At Benson. the Monitor has both the Mayor and the city cop "up and at 'era." due to the publication of an article relating to a damage suit in the amount of $1,700 which was brought recently bY a par- ty at Starbuck. It is claimed that the mayor and police, mn broke into plaintiff's auto in search of moons- hine, damaging it and injuring plain- tff s reputation. Re,xaction of the ar- ]tides appearing in the Monitor was demanded by the mayor without re- sult except in a minor degree. Emanuei Lutheran. Odessa, (3 miles East, 2 miles North) Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular services in the English lan- guage Monday, January 30 at 2:00 p. Ell. Eidskog Lutheran Church. Rev. K. Knutson, Pastor. (11 miles nortseast of Ortonville) There will be services at the usu:d hour next Sunday morning, January 15. Norwegian Lutheran Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, Jauuary 22, as Rev. Walseth will be at Milbank. Confirmation class will meet on Saturday at the parson- age. Congregational Church. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor. Morning preachint7, service, 10:45 a. - , ,, ,q tO. Sermon sub leer, The Church Self-Respect." Sunday school, 11:45 a.m. Evening preaching service, 7:45 U.m. Sermon subject: "The First Sin." Special music. All are most cordially invited to these services. Methodist Episcopal Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor The morning theme at the Metho- dist church next Sunday will be "A Whole-hearted Religion." Baptisms and reception of members. Sunday school at 12:00 m. Epworth League at 7:00. The topic at 7:45 will be "Halting Between Two Opinions." Special singing by the Weslyan Choir. Monday evening, January 23, there will be a "Methodist get-together," tc which all members and friends are in- The CURTIS TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE Minneapolis - Minnesota can no more be forced to There will be no services next Sun- against the will of its possessor day morning, January 22. than can the man who . . , There must be a premium of- of a penalty inflicted to Church of St. John. Service from either. Rev. Ft. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:00 o'clock "procrastination is the thief and 10:00 o'clock next Sunday, Janu- Why put it off until tomor- ary 22. can do today? Never of the world was there when work was so necessary. part and do it NOW. ; TREES FOR Cox Procures 20,000 Black Yearlhtgs for Distribu- tionMake Suggestions. State forest service is ready young black walnut trees in state parks and along highways as long as the of 20,000 lasts, Forester W. T. announced this week. About be reserved for the parks, and the remainder will be dis- for planting on the roadsides conditions are favorable to owth. M. Babcock, state highway approved the proposal, previously ordered members organization to co-operate in growing trees and otherwise and enhancing the attrac- of the state trunk routes. Walnut treeswill thrive in the Soil in the southern half of and particularly in sections of the Minnesota river of which are natives, Mr. Cox said. Thr trees, no W about 18 inches tall. sent to oluntary or other or- agreeing to plant and car, he said. They will mature ]5 yars, he added. Minnesota districts should pines, spruces, basswood,s t-ees adapted to local con- the forester advised. The for- rVice is "without free supplies of but will co-operate toward ob- them. club as ordered a of black walnut trees for along the new pavement ov ] ghwa No. I between that] Faribault, Mr. Cox reported,] ral' wamen's clubs are inter- ] the offer of the forest servlce.] I HOTEL One whole city block of beautiful Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon hour, Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A la Carte and Table d' Hote Service in the Main Restaurant. TARIFFS 76 Rooms, Private Baths, Single $2.00, Double $3,00 324 Rooms. Private Baths, Single $2.50 Double $3.50 202 RoOms'. Private Bths. Single $3.00, Double $4.00 Others ea suite Ill Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Truth." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 8 to 5 p. m. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. Big Stone City.Preachingservices at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p m Preaching services at 8:00 pm. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson.Preachlng services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. st $ United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) Odessa--Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a. m. IC L. C. E. at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's meeting open to all. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society, last Thursday of the month at 2:30 p. m. Class in Catechism, every Satur- day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrellSunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. "Just back from the South Seas ?" "I spent 10 years there," said the chpra king. "Do the styles in women's clothes shock you since you have come home ?" "On the contrary, they seem famil- iar." cree TURKISH Friendly VIRGINIA Gentlemen BURLEY perKwt cigarette tobacco n one ltwect cigarette one-eleven cigarettes 500f.,20 The girl reporter accepted the edi- tor's invitation to dinner, and when asked how she enjoyed it, said: "Oh, fine; but I'll never go to dinner with an editor again." "Why not?" "Well, the dinner was fine, but he blue-penciled about three quarters o my order." --We grind anything in the line of coarse flour, Graham, Corn Meal, Rye or Buckwheat, See us about flour. We have it at $3.00 per 98 pound sack. Ortonville Feed Store. 36-tf --Do you read the ads in the Inde- pendent ? They contain money-saving news, for you. , , , Reduction in Price on. BIG BEN AND BABY BEN Alarm Clocks All Westclox Products Cut in Price PALM, The Jeweler Monthly Letter Mr. Motorist: Is your battery protected against freez- ing? A few simple precautions now Will .guar- antee perfect battery service in the Spring. If your car is running your battery should be kept fully charged; if idle it should be stored by either the Wet or Dry method, both of which we will gladly .ex- plain. These methods prevent freezing, which means battery ruination. Economy is the present watchword-- economize by giving your battery proper fare. We service all makes of batteries. Re- gardless of whether your battery is a Vesta or some other make, we will give it the same conscientious attention. When you again need a new battery, it will mean dollars in your pocket to secure a Vesta. Its patented "Isolators" firmly lock the plates apart, thereby preventing short-circuiting thru plate-buckling. This feature means longer battery life, and thus lower cost per month of battery service to you. It is our desire to assist you to obtain the longest possible life from your present battery. We trust that you will call occa: sionally in order that we may be privileged to do so. Always at your service. The Park Garage THE UNiVER$'AL CAR NEW FORD PRICES EFFECTIVE JAN. 16, 1922 TOURING CAR Regular . RUNABOUT Regular . CHASSIS Regular COUPE ...... SEDAN ...... TRUCK CHASIS .... $348.00 319.00 285.00 580.00 645.00 430.00 All above prices are F. O. B. Detroit and are the lowest in the history of the Ford Motor Company. Starter remains $70.00 list and Demountables $25.00 list when sup- plied with the open type cars. TRACTOR $625 SPECIAL BARGAIN ON TIRES 30x3 .... $ 7.00 30x3 .... I0.00 31x4 .... 12.50 We now have the new Fisk Premier 30x3V at $10,85 for a Non- Skid Tire. J. Arthur Matthews