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PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JANUARY If your DeLaval Cream is not working perfectly bring us. We are prepared to fix @ ...... O/ Many large shipments of livestock q* @ Congregational Church. CLINTON NEWS / have been sent from Ctinton to St. I ODESSA .t Paul J. Sockoven, Pastor. @l OBITUARY Paul markets during the past month, @ Regular morning preaching service, .... Clara E. Dexter Mrs. Hawkins is better known here averaging from four to six carloads a Bill Sellin is busy putting up ice to Sunday morning, 10:45 a.m. Sermon as Fern Black. | week. This week, Thursday, five car- help keep us cool next summer, subject, "Sing the Lord's Song In A Funeral services for the youngest at cost not to exceed $1.00. Miss Terwilliger visited friends in" loads were shipped out, two. by our. _.Rev' Emil_ o" RevMUellerA-tef onSt'Tuesda-'Paul was Strange Land." .... Sunday school, 11:45 daughterDext of Correll,f Mr. Claraand MrSE. Dexter,CrarleSwho]L" I. Matthews, local dealer. Ortonville over Sunday. I local stoclman L. H. Stepnens and the gues i . g . " a. m. Evemng preaching settee, died at the Evangelical hospital in This is getting to be a hard Arthur Erickson was home from three by the Co-operalve uivestocK everai auto loans oI men went o 7:45 p.m. ermon, 1he all oI ne ............. Webster, S D, over Sunday ' Shipping Association. the assistance of Correll last Satur- Voice." Special ,music. All are Tel- n:s ::Ynt:ejTnunaeiry t in: OerO/for the man who wants a soft,  " " " h ladies of day night, come at these services. Y . " " "  Mrs. G. H. England has been qmte On Monday evening t e. - i ............ * officmted Miss Dexter was 7 years / en framed their erruae /anroocK naN reurneu * " . rock this week but ]S lmpromng, the Reading Circle te I ......  ..... of a e School of Dist. No. 53, of 1 "  " nests at Item nor risk ann s again m charge Methodist piscopal . g " . - J. H. Ermkson made a business trap husbands and a few molted g I ...... I whch Mss Dexter was a pupil, was I Buyer of to the cities the first of the week. a party which was held m the M. E. ] of ne empnone omce. - , . I Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor I closed in honor of her memory. The occasion was a Jonn nellenoarger was cane(1 ;o 'n at Leslie Green has rented the rooms church parlors. I ....... rd to see his t Publi worship Sunday morro g I Interment was made in Akron Cream, Poultry rk 1 most leasant one. The room was uonewoeo on au ay . ,,j formerly occupied by the Win. Ma e  P . . _ / ................ . ]the Metho(hst Church. Theme, e-/cemetery. family, very tastefully furnished and oecor s,cr w,u J  ..... sus Reveals the Fatherhood of God."L -- Eggs, Hides Mrs. Peter Rasmussen has been con- ate& Soft lights, sweet music, and / @@/Sunday school at 12:00 n Epworth / ANNOUNCEMENT. and Fur enerat air of oo(l ieuowsmp co- Evemn to ic at _ fined to her bed this week with a very a g . g , :, 4 MALTA  | Leaague at 7:00. " g P 1 I wish to announce that in addition bajdo%lewis' orchestra went to Or-rg:nthereWtshmt(: :h:Yev:nmn;Keeantmis !/7451 'p si(ne?Wfllsb:ci:Whs]i Y h:lteqniYp3St::Pta:hiCr:;r:teSv Ie:;:r:Vf Phone No. 94 tonville Wednesday night to play for taa(Tmcentteat:lietSa:pteSU:(e.'th uic of Joe Crowley last Saturday night. | WeslYe/het n :UssdPrac:7[ the eyes by the mosti: 1 r:tmhOde a dance. - a been a d v g "- " - Office one block up " . rs Chas Johnson re and readings furmshed amusement Little John Cenfield, who h s | " A" most heart welcome awaits | EARL Mr. and M . " " " .... ver mug. Y Gunderson Drug Store turned on Frida from their trip to and entertainment. A most interest- sink with stomach trouble, s reco -| ,. | " Y wmtten b Mrs S in you at all these services. the cities, ing original farce, Y ' g'. ....... /" . , . | DR. R. D. RIFENBARK. Clinton, Minn." The St. Pauli Ladies' Aid society M. Moe was presented and tho.roly en- . Miss Minme weman, wno nasfleen| Christian Science. | ............ : ....... ,,. metAaseboOn Wednesday with Mrs. John joyeddramaticandabilitydisplayedbv the actors.Cns*derableIn the neipingagm.n, mrs. Elmer Anderson is nome/lt eub'ectbUn(laY " ""I oveServaces" at ....... v:o a. m.|t --lnepenoem u m,. ....... ' : " " .......... was initiated in the  J ' ' " " Martin Erickson has been very sink animal sketcmng conest ne drastic . henry lansom _ 7:.nto last Tues Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. AU" but is doing well after his operation at talent manifested by the genmman woodman oflge at n n - .... . the Graceville hospital, guests was quite wonderful and the (lay night, are wemome to nese services ree Rev. F. J. Johnston went to Monte- video on Wednesday. He expects to return on Friday morning. Miss Anderson and Miss Hanratty @pent Sunday at their respective homes at Moorhead and Graceville. Gee. Tureen, who was operated on for ruptured appendix last week, iS doing well at the Graceville hospital. Miss Emily Lyman of Malta visited over Friday with Miss Maida Wheeler and attended the Lyceum Course Pro- gram. Mathias Eide left on Thursday mor- ning on a week's business trip to Edinburg and other points in North Dakota. Mrs. K. Torgerson of Hawley, who has been visiting with her daughter Mrs. Carl Olson returned to her home on Wednesday. Carl Raabe, the genial salesman, who was once a Clintonite, transacted business here on Wednesday, and re- newed old friendships. The W. C. T. U. will meet next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. F. J. Johnston Refreshments will be erved by the committee , Miss Johanson, state supervisor of ]mme nursing classes, accompanied Miss Rogashaska to Clinton and visit- 1 the Tuesday night class. Harold Krook slipped on 'a piece of ice while delivering groceries Wednes- : la and sprained his ankle quite bad- ty but is able to be around. ,: Rev. 3,. H. Franzen ad Oscar Gus- *atsen went to Wheaten on Tuesday :, to attend the annual district meeting ,of the SWedish Lutheran church. ? Mr. Simes of Prior Lake arrived in Clinton on Saturday mornin on busi- ,, ess and was a guest at the home Of i!i ki 4mlg!oer Mrs. O. T. Harrison. Mrs. J. B. Hawkins of Melstone, ':.i! i" [ontana, arrived in Clinton on Mon- '.ib: day night and is visiting at the home i!id of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jbhn "';: Black. , i / The basketball e between the , 5oklo Legion and the Clinton town prize awarded for the most accurate workmanship was carried off by Rev. Johnston, while in the guessing con- tests O. T. Harrison proved his prow- ess and took the honors. After the grand ,march which was made quite hilarious by squawking balloons, a bountiful and delicious buffet luncheon made a fitting climax to a long and happy evening. t FOSTER I Frank Bower called at Henry Lux's home Saturday evening. John Carlson has been hauling corn fromtJack Plumley's lately. Alvah Ross was delivering corn at Ray Stegner's farm last Friday. Jack Morris and Ed. Colwell deliver ed cattle in Clinton last Wednesday. Ethel Eastman visited with Mrs. Benj. J. Stegner the latter-part of last week. A. J. Lawrence, Abel Eastman and Ray Stegner delivered hogs in Beards- ley Monday. Levi Eastman attended the Ameri- can Legion play given at Ortonville Friday evening. Abel Eastman purchased a fine bunch of feeding pigs from George Elrite Saturday. Cynthia Stotesbury spent several days visiting with her friend Anna Salmonson last week. Ed. Colwell purchased fourteenhead of cattle from Henry Lux and Mike Juelieh last Wednesday. Mrs. Elof Hamner and children vis- ited with her sister Mrs. A J. !Law- rence Thursday evening. Benj Stegner was on the sick list last Thursday and Victor Eastman took temporary charge of his:ifarm work. No church services were held at Stephey as Rev. Fenske was absent on account of the serious illness of his father. Arthur Scholberg visited overSun- day at the Benj. Stegner home. He Miss Emily Lyman spent Friday reading room in their hall (Shumaker night with her friend, Maida Wheeler, building). Open every Tuesday and in Clinton. Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Emily Sorenson, who has been work- * * * ing for Mrs. John Finberg, returned United Evangelical Church. home Sunday. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. August Kerstein is suffering from I Big Stone City.--Sunday school at a severe attack of inflamatory rheu- 10:00 a. m. Preaching services at 11:00 " ' r matlsm and is under the doctorsca e. In. m. K.L.C.E. meeting at :00 p. Mrs. Rollie Lyman, who has been[re. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m. spending a week with her daughter lPrayer meeting and Bible class willbe Mrs. Gertte Gardner at Pleasant Val- / held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 ley has returned home. p m. Mr. and Mrs. E. Mantiefel drove to Ortonville last Saturday and on the return home got stuck in a snow-lrift. Mrs. Mantiefel froze her feet quite badly, which caused her much pain and inconvenience since, but she is re- covering now. @ @ t CHURCH NOTICESII @ @ Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Eids Luthe;an Church. (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) l Rev. S. M. Moo of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day morning, January 29. The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Pete Holme Wednesday, February 1. ! Everybody cordially invited. Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan ' There will be mass at 8-0 o'clock and t0:00 o'clock next Sunday, Janu- ary 29. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 19:00 a. m. or 2:00 p.m. German language. Sunday hool after each service Eng- lish language. @ @ @ Adelaide.Preaching service every alternate Sunday 2:30 p. m. Johnson.--Sunday school at 2:00, and preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Everybody cordially invited to at- tend all meetings LOCAL MARKET Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Wheat ........................................ $1.18 Flax .......................................... 1.87 Oats ........................................... 25 Rye ............................................. 62 Barley ...... ................................... 37 Corn ........................................... 31 Traeyr,humaker Co, Turkeys, No. 1 dressed ........... 38 Geese ........................................... 12 Dcks ......................................... 15 Springs ..................................... 16 Old Roosters ............................. 08 Hen. ............................................ 17 Eggs ........................................... 25 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ......................... ;.. ...... 28 We will lmy,:th following prioea for. Junkt Okl Iron, $S,J to $10.00 Per tea Copper and heavy Bras4e to 8 per peued. Old Ra  cent  peund. 1 cent per paund. : team at the Cliton gm Tuesday eve- " hag resulted in a':ve decided vic- has lurchad several head of cattle . . tory for CHaron. in this neighborhood and expects to Zion Lutheran Church This week Thursday six car loads take them home this week. . .. Rev.. Nelson, Pastor. -of stock were sh,pped out,.3 by our to:. The meeting of the Stepnney ames There will be no services at (Yrton- eel stockman, L. H. Stepnens, an tAid at the Mike Eastman. home mSlville next Sunday Sunday school at the Coo rative Livestoez bnip Thursda was well attendeu in spke ....  ....... ,, --- by pe " "1 " Y " ver I me usual hour  eson wm v- assoication of the bad weather there being o t , . ". .... ;- .... o  h,, Imp,,,,  . , - ..... the I .... . are  uuc serv,ces a mnomm, o. ,., ,, ,Mms aane een entermmeo t sixty persons present 'ne laoles i . - or Class of the Clinton, High. / making a patchworkqilt for the fal[l morning., an(t .evening" ........ . dtO01 *t her home on Tuesday mght, { bazaar. The next ,meeting place has ! A modghtful time was reported| not been announced ' | Evangelical Association. ] " (Big Stone City) by the young people. G.E. Zech, Pastor The W. C, T. U. nt this week Wed- mla at the home of Mrs. T. J. $lmston. Refrhments were served I the committee. The meeting was interesting and well attended. On Wednesday , eening a very -dessant gthering ih the nature of a g party occurred at the Gl, .Crl {bou The party was given oy mrs. in honor of her husband's birth- day. . The Young people o Pleasant VM- 7 will give a Negro Minstrel show Jn the Clinton Opera Hous Friday @ COBRELL NEWS I @ Robert Wendt motored to Correll Monday. Dr. Kaufman was a Correll caller Satm'day. A telephone ,meeting was held Tues- day night. Miss Martena Griese was an Orten- ville caller Friday. Arvid Anderson of Appleton spent the week-end in Correll. Mrs. Mike Luehsinger was a pas- ing. Those who have seen this senger to Appleton Thursday. re rt that it 5how at PleauatValley po r" [ L. MortenSon of Ortonville was a[  gOOd. Let's go. I business caller in Correll Wednesday. 1  M. E. Indies Aid will meet next ] Mrs. Clarence Johnson and son War- ] X:etluesday February 1 in the ps.rlors] ren visited in Appleton for a few days I .f the church and wi!! be entertained I last week. by the following committee: Mrs.Nor-] Mrs. Ralph Carr came last weektc Sherman mrs t-eer on, Mrs. A.C. , care for her mother, Mrs. Robert En-] laxn and Mrs. Anna Chase. j L. A. Lareon returned on Monday, moring from his trip to the c!ties. I "While in Minneapolis he callea o/ the Chas. Campbell family and f0un them all looking and doing well. They nt greetings to their friends in Clin-" 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 "Clas Wednesday evening, 7:80 p. m." ywa are cordially invited to attend thees services. Emtmuel Lutheran. Odessa, (3 mile East, 2 miles North) Arnold Nelson, Pastor. : There will be no services next Sun- day, January 29. Eidskog Lutheran ChureK. Rev. K. Knutson, Pastor. (11 miles nortseat of Ortonville) There will be no services next Sun- day morning, January 29. There will be services on the follow- ing Sunday, February 5. gleman who is ill. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. IZ Mrs. George Baker returned Tues- C. Hanson, Monday, February 6. Ev- (lay from Morris where she visited her I eryone cordially invited to attend.  * * mother for a week / Norwegian Lutheran Mrs. Story returned to her home in St. Cloud Saturday after spending a[ Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. few days visiting her daughter Mrs.| Regular services will be held at 11 Mr. and Mrs. Alton Sherman, Mms I Ida Buck and Mrs. Hattie Tate drove I out to the M. S. McCullom home on$ Tuesday evening to atttend a surprise 1 'ty given in honor of Mr. McCm- ]om's seventy-fifth birthday anniver-[ sary. The party was given by old frlends and neighbors who took with them as a gift several Edison records, the music of which heped m the eve-I ning's enjoyment. From those who 1 attended comes the report of a very 1 enjoyable time. / The American Legion of Clinton I presented the third number of the Ly-| eum Course program at the Opera / house last Friday evening. A well filled house greeted the "Tennessee Duo," two charming southern girls of strfking personality, whose program of mmic, readings and dramatic work wus well received. It is interesting to know that the home of one of the en- tertaiTs is at Columbus, Georgia, about 20 miles fro the home town of one of our town's ladies, Mrs John Knutmm, and that these ladies have mtuai aequaintauces at that place Corn Allpress. o'clock a. m. in the Norwegian ]an- ' 4. guage. No evening service in Often- . _ _ I ville. The confirmation class will I Northwest Almond  I meet next Saturday at 1:00 o'clock p. .... "]m. at the parsonage. Next Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson made a I evening there will be a song service business trip to Ortonville Saturday.  at Bellingham under the direction of Mrs. Agard Hedin returned to her Mr. Norby of. Minneapolis to which home last week, very much improved. | all are invited. Rev. Walseth will be Mr. Swan Erickson visited his broth- er Martin, who is at the Graceville hospital, on Tuesday of this week. The Woman's club held their month- ly business meeting and program at the home of Mrs. Andrew Hanson last Friday evening, d Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson an family attended a party given for Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Johnson at the John- son home Monday night. Mr. amt Mrs. Hilmer Anderson took 'ittle Ruth Johnson home Friday. She has been staying at the Anderson home the past two weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tureen and I Arthur Dimberg visited George Tur-| een at the Graeeville Hospital on Men-[ day. He is steadily improving. ! present. * * * United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) OdessaSunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. at 7:35 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 2:80 o'clock. Pipe Fitting ]as$ mds, Belting and Hose carried in Acetyle Welding. The Ornvme Foundry W. F. MULLICA. Pr. Phoue Z8 , m r HEN R esmes te deliver- ing the goods on rims we're there, that's all. For big jeba or small jolm-dum- bet sawed to the proper length and width--lumber for every practieai purpeae prac- tieaily priced. Geier b]mber Co. Ortonville Minm THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at-- $1.50 te $2.00--Without Bath $2.00 to $5.0(N-With Bath With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection Play That One Again There are some songs that you hear too often. When you own a Victrola you can hear them as often as you like. A Victrola puts the world's artists of instrument and voice at your taut beckon'd call. Victrola records are cheaper now they were a week ago. Victrol::eaSY payments--play as you pay. Get Your Reserved Seat for The PALM, the Jeweler The Big Day at Milbank--Feb. 7, For the Big Type Poland China Bred Sow Sale 45 Head --- Cholera Immune --- 45 Three outstanding tried sows, two real spring teen fall yearlings, twenty-two Spring gilts. These sows are bred to three boars as good as you will final anywhere. THE HERD BOARS MELROSE ST, PAUL, SOUTH DAKOTA JACK S GIANT. The sows carry the blood lines of such Boars as Me's Big Price Equal, St. Paul, Dandy, Jordan's Oran Goliath Chmf, Grant Wonder, Grant Jumbo, Thyne s . Bone Equal. SALE STARTS AT ONE O'CLOCK--LI]NCH AT ED. C JONES, Auctioneer. GOLD & CO. STATE BANK  TERMS--Cash or bankable paper bearing 8 per cent int6res$ November 1, 1929. Write for Catalog. J. W. DARRINGTON, Milbank, So, " New here--old in Land of the long leaf pine gives the a famous vapor rub for all c01d troubleJ" The famo healing odors of ! the tong-leaf pine are to be had, even if yo can't go South. 1o people subjeet to colds, a North Carolina druggist some years ago o out a vaporizing salve, containing the very es- sence of pine sap, together with other healing penetrating vapors. This wonderful preparation, Vik VapoRub, has been the Just rub it on and breathe in the-vapors standby for years in homes. Year by year by State its groan until today favorite treatmefit the country for all cold: c'oup, skin hurts and troubles. Druggists now. Get a good V!00o Ow 17 M/l//mt Jars CURTIS TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUI Minneapolis The Northweat" s Neweat "and Lar#est Transient One whole city block of beautifut Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A la Carte and Table in the Main TARIFFS 76 Rooms, Private 324 Rooms, Private Bath Double $8.50 203 RoomS, Private BathS., Double $4.00 Others en suite PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JANUARY If your DeLaval Cream is not working perfectly bring us. We are prepared to fix @ ...... O/ Many large shipments of livestock q* @ Congregational Church. CLINTON NEWS / have been sent from Ctinton to St. I ODESSA .t Paul J. Sockoven, Pastor. @l OBITUARY Paul markets during the past month, @ Regular morning preaching service, .... Clara E. Dexter Mrs. Hawkins is better known here averaging from four to six carloads a Bill Sellin is busy putting up ice to Sunday morning, 10:45 a.m. Sermon as Fern Black. | week. This week, Thursday, five car- help keep us cool next summer, subject, "Sing the Lord's Song In A Funeral services for the youngest at cost not to exceed $1.00. Miss Terwilliger visited friends in" loads were shipped out, two. by our. _.Rev' Emil_ o" RevMUellerA-tef onSt'Tuesda-'Paul was Strange Land." .... Sunday school, 11:45 daughterDext of Correll,f Mr. Claraand MrSE. Dexter,CrarleSwho]L" I. Matthews, local dealer. Ortonville over Sunday. I local stoclman L. H. Stepnens and the gues i . g . " a. m. Evemng preaching settee, died at the Evangelical hospital in This is getting to be a hard Arthur Erickson was home from three by the Co-operalve uivestocK everai auto loans oI men went o 7:45 p.m. ermon, 1he all oI ne ............. Webster, S D, over Sunday ' Shipping Association. the assistance of Correll last Satur- Voice." Special ,music. All are Tel- n:s ::Ynt:ejTnunaeiry t in: OerO/for the man who wants a soft,  " " " h ladies of day night, come at these services. Y . " " "  Mrs. G. H. England has been qmte On Monday evening t e. - i ............ * officmted Miss Dexter was 7 years / en framed their erruae /anroocK naN reurneu * " . rock this week but ]S lmpromng, the Reading Circle te I ......  ..... of a e School of Dist. No. 53, of 1 "  " nests at Item nor risk ann s again m charge Methodist piscopal . g " . - J. H. Ermkson made a business trap husbands and a few molted g I ...... I whch Mss Dexter was a pupil, was I Buyer of to the cities the first of the week. a party which was held m the M. E. ] of ne empnone omce. - , . I Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor I closed in honor of her memory. The occasion was a Jonn nellenoarger was cane(1 ;o 'n at Leslie Green has rented the rooms church parlors. I ....... rd to see his t Publi worship Sunday morro g I Interment was made in Akron Cream, Poultry rk 1 most leasant one. The room was uonewoeo on au ay . ,,j formerly occupied by the Win. Ma e  P . . _ / ................ . ]the Metho(hst Church. Theme, e-/cemetery. family, very tastefully furnished and oecor s,cr w,u J  ..... sus Reveals the Fatherhood of God."L -- Eggs, Hides Mrs. Peter Rasmussen has been con- ate& Soft lights, sweet music, and / @@/Sunday school at 12:00 n Epworth / ANNOUNCEMENT. and Fur enerat air of oo(l ieuowsmp co- Evemn to ic at _ fined to her bed this week with a very a g . g , :, 4 MALTA  | Leaague at 7:00. " g P 1 I wish to announce that in addition bajdo%lewis' orchestra went to Or-rg:nthereWtshmt(: :h:Yev:nmn;Keeantmis !/7451 'p si(ne?Wfllsb:ci:Whs]i Y h:lteqniYp3St::Pta:hiCr:;r:teSv Ie:;:r:Vf Phone No. 94 tonville Wednesday night to play for taa(Tmcentteat:lietSa:pteSU:(e.'th uic of Joe Crowley last Saturday night. | WeslYe/het n :UssdPrac:7[ the eyes by the mosti: 1 r:tmhOde a dance. - a been a d v g "- " - Office one block up " . rs Chas Johnson re and readings furmshed amusement Little John Cenfield, who h s | " A" most heart welcome awaits | EARL Mr. and M . " " " .... ver mug. Y Gunderson Drug Store turned on Frida from their trip to and entertainment. A most interest- sink with stomach trouble, s reco -| ,. | " Y wmtten b Mrs S in you at all these services. the cities, ing original farce, Y ' g'. ....... /" . , . | DR. R. D. RIFENBARK. Clinton, Minn." The St. Pauli Ladies' Aid society M. Moe was presented and tho.roly en- . Miss Minme weman, wno nasfleen| Christian Science. | ............ : ....... ,,. metAaseboOn Wednesday with Mrs. John joyeddramaticandabilitydisplayedbv the actors.Cns*derableIn the neipingagm.n, mrs. Elmer Anderson is nome/lt eub'ectbUn(laY " ""I oveServaces" at ....... v:o a. m.|t --lnepenoem u m,. ....... ' : " " .......... was initiated in the  J ' ' " " Martin Erickson has been very sink animal sketcmng conest ne drastic . henry lansom _ 7:.nto last Tues Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. AU" but is doing well after his operation at talent manifested by the genmman woodman oflge at n n - .... . the Graceville hospital, guests was quite wonderful and the (lay night, are wemome to nese services ree Rev. F. J. Johnston went to Monte- video on Wednesday. He expects to return on Friday morning. Miss Anderson and Miss Hanratty @pent Sunday at their respective homes at Moorhead and Graceville. Gee. Tureen, who was operated on for ruptured appendix last week, iS doing well at the Graceville hospital. Miss Emily Lyman of Malta visited over Friday with Miss Maida Wheeler and attended the Lyceum Course Pro- gram. Mathias Eide left on Thursday mor- ning on a week's business trip to Edinburg and other points in North Dakota. Mrs. K. Torgerson of Hawley, who has been visiting with her daughter Mrs. Carl Olson returned to her home on Wednesday. Carl Raabe, the genial salesman, who was once a Clintonite, transacted business here on Wednesday, and re- newed old friendships. The W. C. T. U. will meet next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. F. J. Johnston Refreshments will be erved by the committee , Miss Johanson, state supervisor of ]mme nursing classes, accompanied Miss Rogashaska to Clinton and visit- 1 the Tuesday night class. Harold Krook slipped on 'a piece of ice while delivering groceries Wednes- : la and sprained his ankle quite bad- ty but is able to be around. ,: Rev. 3,. H. Franzen ad Oscar Gus- *atsen went to Wheaten on Tuesday :, to attend the annual district meeting ,of the SWedish Lutheran church. ? Mr. Simes of Prior Lake arrived in Clinton on Saturday mornin on busi- ,, ess and was a guest at the home Of i!i ki 4mlg!oer Mrs. O. T. Harrison. Mrs. J. B. Hawkins of Melstone, ':.i! i" [ontana, arrived in Clinton on Mon- '.ib: day night and is visiting at the home i!id of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jbhn "';: Black. , i / The basketball e between the , 5oklo Legion and the Clinton town prize awarded for the most accurate workmanship was carried off by Rev. Johnston, while in the guessing con- tests O. T. Harrison proved his prow- ess and took the honors. After the grand ,march which was made quite hilarious by squawking balloons, a bountiful and delicious buffet luncheon made a fitting climax to a long and happy evening. t FOSTER I Frank Bower called at Henry Lux's home Saturday evening. John Carlson has been hauling corn fromtJack Plumley's lately. Alvah Ross was delivering corn at Ray Stegner's farm last Friday. Jack Morris and Ed. Colwell deliver ed cattle in Clinton last Wednesday. Ethel Eastman visited with Mrs. Benj. J. Stegner the latter-part of last week. A. J. Lawrence, Abel Eastman and Ray Stegner delivered hogs in Beards- ley Monday. Levi Eastman attended the Ameri- can Legion play given at Ortonville Friday evening. Abel Eastman purchased a fine bunch of feeding pigs from George Elrite Saturday. Cynthia Stotesbury spent several days visiting with her friend Anna Salmonson last week. Ed. Colwell purchased fourteenhead of cattle from Henry Lux and Mike Juelieh last Wednesday. Mrs. Elof Hamner and children vis- ited with her sister Mrs. A J. !Law- rence Thursday evening. Benj Stegner was on the sick list last Thursday and Victor Eastman took temporary charge of his:ifarm work. No church services were held at Stephey as Rev. Fenske was absent on account of the serious illness of his father. Arthur Scholberg visited overSun- day at the Benj. Stegner home. He Miss Emily Lyman spent Friday reading room in their hall (Shumaker night with her friend, Maida Wheeler, building). Open every Tuesday and in Clinton. Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Emily Sorenson, who has been work- * * * ing for Mrs. John Finberg, returned United Evangelical Church. home Sunday. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. August Kerstein is suffering from I Big Stone City.--Sunday school at a severe attack of inflamatory rheu- 10:00 a. m. Preaching services at 11:00 " ' r matlsm and is under the doctorsca e. In. m. K.L.C.E. meeting at :00 p. Mrs. Rollie Lyman, who has been[re. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m. spending a week with her daughter lPrayer meeting and Bible class willbe Mrs. Gertte Gardner at Pleasant Val- / held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 ley has returned home. p m. Mr. and Mrs. E. Mantiefel drove to Ortonville last Saturday and on the return home got stuck in a snow-lrift. Mrs. Mantiefel froze her feet quite badly, which caused her much pain and inconvenience since, but she is re- covering now. @ @ t CHURCH NOTICESII @ @ Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Eids Luthe;an Church. (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) l Rev. S. M. Moo of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day morning, January 29. The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Pete Holme Wednesday, February 1. ! Everybody cordially invited. Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan ' There will be mass at 8-0 o'clock and t0:00 o'clock next Sunday, Janu- ary 29. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 19:00 a. m. or 2:00 p.m. German language. Sunday hool after each service Eng- lish language. @ @ @ Adelaide.Preaching service every alternate Sunday 2:30 p. m. Johnson.--Sunday school at 2:00, and preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Everybody cordially invited to at- tend all meetings LOCAL MARKET Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Wheat ........................................ $1.18 Flax .......................................... 1.87 Oats ........................................... 25 Rye ............................................. 62 Barley ...... ................................... 37 Corn ........................................... 31 Traeyr,humaker Co, Turkeys, No. 1 dressed ........... 38 Geese ........................................... 12 Dcks ......................................... 15 Springs ..................................... 16 Old Roosters ............................. 08 Hen. ............................................ 17 Eggs ........................................... 25 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ......................... ;.. ...... 28 We will lmy,:th following prioea for. Junkt Okl Iron, $S,J to $10.00 Per tea Copper and heavy Bras4e to 8 per peued. Old Ra  cent  peund. 1 cent per paund. : team at the Cliton gm Tuesday eve- " hag resulted in a':ve decided vic- has lurchad several head of cattle . . tory for CHaron. in this neighborhood and expects to Zion Lutheran Church This week Thursday six car loads take them home this week. . .. Rev.. Nelson, Pastor. -of stock were sh,pped out,.3 by our to:. The meeting of the Stepnney ames There will be no services at (Yrton- eel stockman, L. H. Stepnens, an tAid at the Mike Eastman. home mSlville next Sunday Sunday school at the Coo rative Livestoez bnip Thursda was well attendeu in spke ....  ....... ,, --- by pe " "1 " Y " ver I me usual hour  eson wm v- assoication of the bad weather there being o t , . ". .... ;- .... o  h,, Imp,,,,  . , - ..... the I .... . are  uuc serv,ces a mnomm, o. ,., ,, ,Mms aane een entermmeo t sixty persons present 'ne laoles i . - or Class of the Clinton, High. / making a patchworkqilt for the fal[l morning., an(t .evening" ........ . dtO01 *t her home on Tuesday mght, { bazaar. The next ,meeting place has ! A modghtful time was reported| not been announced ' | Evangelical Association. ] " (Big Stone City) by the young people. G.E. Zech, Pastor The W. C, T. U. nt this week Wed- mla at the home of Mrs. T. J. $lmston. Refrhments were served I the committee. The meeting was interesting and well attended. On Wednesday , eening a very -dessant gthering ih the nature of a g party occurred at the Gl, .Crl {bou The party was given oy mrs. in honor of her husband's birth- day. . The Young people o Pleasant VM- 7 will give a Negro Minstrel show Jn the Clinton Opera Hous Friday @ COBRELL NEWS I @ Robert Wendt motored to Correll Monday. Dr. Kaufman was a Correll caller Satm'day. A telephone ,meeting was held Tues- day night. Miss Martena Griese was an Orten- ville caller Friday. Arvid Anderson of Appleton spent the week-end in Correll. Mrs. Mike Luehsinger was a pas- ing. Those who have seen this senger to Appleton Thursday. re rt that it 5how at PleauatValley po r" [ L. MortenSon of Ortonville was a[  gOOd. Let's go. I business caller in Correll Wednesday. 1  M. E. Indies Aid will meet next ] Mrs. Clarence Johnson and son War- ] X:etluesday February 1 in the ps.rlors] ren visited in Appleton for a few days I .f the church and wi!! be entertained I last week. by the following committee: Mrs.Nor-] Mrs. Ralph Carr came last weektc Sherman mrs t-eer on, Mrs. A.C. , care for her mother, Mrs. Robert En-] laxn and Mrs. Anna Chase. j L. A. Lareon returned on Monday, moring from his trip to the c!ties. I "While in Minneapolis he callea o/ the Chas. Campbell family and f0un them all looking and doing well. They nt greetings to their friends in Clin-" 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 "Clas Wednesday evening, 7:80 p. m." ywa are cordially invited to attend thees services. Emtmuel Lutheran. Odessa, (3 mile East, 2 miles North) Arnold Nelson, Pastor. : There will be no services next Sun- day, January 29. Eidskog Lutheran ChureK. Rev. K. Knutson, Pastor. (11 miles nortseat of Ortonville) There will be no services next Sun- day morning, January 29. There will be services on the follow- ing Sunday, February 5. gleman who is ill. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. IZ Mrs. George Baker returned Tues- C. Hanson, Monday, February 6. Ev- (lay from Morris where she visited her I eryone cordially invited to attend.  * * mother for a week / Norwegian Lutheran Mrs. Story returned to her home in St. Cloud Saturday after spending a[ Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. few days visiting her daughter Mrs.| Regular services will be held at 11 Mr. and Mrs. Alton Sherman, Mms I Ida Buck and Mrs. Hattie Tate drove I out to the M. S. McCullom home on$ Tuesday evening to atttend a surprise 1 'ty given in honor of Mr. McCm- ]om's seventy-fifth birthday anniver-[ sary. The party was given by old frlends and neighbors who took with them as a gift several Edison records, the music of which heped m the eve-I ning's enjoyment. From those who 1 attended comes the report of a very 1 enjoyable time. / The American Legion of Clinton I presented the third number of the Ly-| eum Course program at the Opera / house last Friday evening. A well filled house greeted the "Tennessee Duo," two charming southern girls of strfking personality, whose program of mmic, readings and dramatic work wus well received. It is interesting to know that the home of one of the en- tertaiTs is at Columbus, Georgia, about 20 miles fro the home town of one of our town's ladies, Mrs John Knutmm, and that these ladies have mtuai aequaintauces at that place Corn Allpress. o'clock a. m. in the Norwegian ]an- ' 4. guage. No evening service in Often- . _ _ I ville. The confirmation class will I Northwest Almond  I meet next Saturday at 1:00 o'clock p. .... "]m. at the parsonage. Next Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson made a I evening there will be a song service business trip to Ortonville Saturday.  at Bellingham under the direction of Mrs. Agard Hedin returned to her Mr. Norby of. Minneapolis to which home last week, very much improved. | all are invited. Rev. Walseth will be Mr. Swan Erickson visited his broth- er Martin, who is at the Graceville hospital, on Tuesday of this week. The Woman's club held their month- ly business meeting and program at the home of Mrs. Andrew Hanson last Friday evening, d Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson an family attended a party given for Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Johnson at the John- son home Monday night. Mr. amt Mrs. Hilmer Anderson took 'ittle Ruth Johnson home Friday. She has been staying at the Anderson home the past two weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tureen and I Arthur Dimberg visited George Tur-| een at the Graeeville Hospital on Men-[ day. He is steadily improving. ! present. * * * United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) OdessaSunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. at 7:35 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 2:80 o'clock. Pipe Fitting ]as$ mds, Belting and Hose carried in Acetyle Welding. The Ornvme Foundry W. F. MULLICA. Pr. Phoue Z8 , m r HEN R esmes te deliver- ing the goods on rims we're there, that's all. For big jeba or small jolm-dum- bet sawed to the proper length and width--lumber for every practieai purpeae prac- tieaily priced. Geier b]mber Co. Ortonville Minm THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at-- $1.50 te $2.00--Without Bath $2.00 to $5.0(N-With Bath With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection Play That One Again There are some songs that you hear too often. When you own a Victrola you can hear them as often as you like. A Victrola puts the world's artists of instrument and voice at your taut beckon'd call. Victrola records are cheaper now they were a week ago. Victrol::eaSY payments--play as you pay. Get Your Reserved Seat for The PALM, the Jeweler The Big Day at Milbank--Feb. 7, For the Big Type Poland China Bred Sow Sale 45 Head --- Cholera Immune --- 45 Three outstanding tried sows, two real spring teen fall yearlings, twenty-two Spring gilts. These sows are bred to three boars as good as you will final anywhere. THE HERD BOARS MELROSE ST, PAUL, SOUTH DAKOTA JACK S GIANT. The sows carry the blood lines of such Boars as Me's Big Price Equal, St. Paul, Dandy, Jordan's Oran Goliath Chmf, Grant Wonder, Grant Jumbo, Thyne s . Bone Equal. SALE STARTS AT ONE O'CLOCK--LI]NCH AT ED. C JONES, Auctioneer. GOLD & CO. STATE BANK  TERMS--Cash or bankable paper bearing 8 per cent int6res$ November 1, 1929. Write for Catalog. J. W. DARRINGTON, Milbank, So, " New here--old in Land of the long leaf pine gives the a famous vapor rub for all c01d troubleJ" The famo healing odors of ! the tong-leaf pine are to be had, even if yo can't go South. 1o people subjeet to colds, a North Carolina druggist some years ago o out a vaporizing salve, containing the very es- sence of pine sap, together with other healing penetrating vapors. This wonderful preparation, Vik VapoRub, has been the Just rub it on and breathe in the-vapors standby for years in homes. Year by year by State its groan until today favorite treatmefit the country for all cold: c'oup, skin hurts and troubles. Druggists now. Get a good V!00o Ow 17 M/l//mt Jars CURTIS TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUI Minneapolis The Northweat" s Neweat "and Lar#est Transient One whole city block of beautifut Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A la Carte and Table in the Main TARIFFS 76 Rooms, Private 324 Rooms, Private Bath Double $8.50 203 RoomS, Private BathS., Double $4.00 Others en suite E o]ro)VILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE 4 --O1 Many large shipments of livestk 8 I CLErCON EWS /[ho b ..... t rom c.n to st. /. Paul markets during the pat month, Mxa. Hawkins i$ better ko here avelging fm four to six rioads a s Fen Black. wL Thus week, Thursday, five r- M ss Terwill get vhdted faends  load we sh pped out, two by our OrtOnvII]e over Sday. lal stoeF L. H. StePhes d Arthur Eriehon w lome tkVee by the Copetive Livestock Webster, S. D., or Saday. Shipping Asdati, Ms. G, EL England has beta qxdte On Monday evening the ladies of d& this week bt I improng, the Reading Circle entertained their J. H. Erleku raxte a bine trlp gusts at the cities the fizlt of the wk. a party which w held in the M. E. Leflle Gn has ?anted the ro parlors. The vcaslon wae a foxaerly enpied by The room w family, rum ished and dor. and. Soft lights, sweet music, and a general air of good fellowship to. bad Id. gather with the cozy hEke ar J Lewis' ohestra went to rangements made the evening's enter tonvnle Wednesday fi#t to :ainment a pleant auess, Games s dance, intersp ersed dth music Mr. d Mrs. Ch, Johnson nd readings fuisbed ametnt tued on Friday fm their trip to nd entertalnmenL A most interest- the cltiee, leg original far, written1 by M. S. The St. Pau[i Ladies' Aid siety M. Moe was presented and tho]y en- os Wednesday ith Mrs. John joyed and displayed considerable A:mebo. dramatic ab y bY the actors. In the Martin Erlckson h been very slek but ]s doing well after his operation at the G eville bosgit. deo on Wednesday. He expects to turn on Fdday mong. Mis Andeon and Miss Hratty nt Sunday at their response hos at Mrbead and Gravith. Gee. Turin, who w operated on or ptud appendix lt week, doing well at the Grvlle hogitaL over Friday with am. on a wk's business tp to Edinburg and other points in North Dakot M IL Torgerson of Hawley, who hs been dng wth her daughter Wednesday. Carl Raabe, the genial lesman, who w on a Clintonlte, nnetod buiness k, me oa Wednesday, and nlwed old friendships. : The W. C. T. U. v]l Wednesday at the home of Mrs. F sketching contest the artistic manifested by the gntlaman guests was qnit wonderful and the pize awarded for the most arcurate workaansbip as .aied nff by Roy. Johnston, whl]e in the guessing een ts 0. T. Harrison prevpd hi prow ess and took the honors. After the gaaud mah which wa made quit dlanous by qwng balloons, made a fitting climax to a long and happy evening. FOSTER I Frank Bower called at Henry Lux'* home Saturday evening. John Carln has been hauling corn lately Alvah Ross w delivenng  a Ray Stegner's fal last Friday Jk Morris and Ed. Colwell deliver Wednesday Ethel Eastm visited with Mrs.; Benj. J. Stger the latter-part of last wk. A. J. Lawren Abel Eastman and y Stegner delivered hogs in Bearde- J. Johnstom Refshments will M e Monday. Served by the mmittee Le Eastman attended the Amen- , Mgu Jokaason, state supeiser nJ an I#on play given at Ortonlle nv1ng ]s, acmpied Friday evhg. Ab East purebal a fine pd te Tuesday rdght cla. bunch of feeding #ga from George , HaId Kk slipped nh  gi of Elate Saturday. , ODESSA i Bill SeIlin is bsy putting np i to he]p keep us l xt smer. R, Emil Mueller of SL Patti w the gest of Roy. Agte on Ttmsday. Sovel auto loads of men went to the sist of Corll last Satu day night. rtde Zahrbock has returned from her visit and is again in charge of the telephone omc John Shellenbarger was called t Montevideo on Saturday tn see hi sister who is very sick. 4 MALTA A s,dal dance was held at the hom )f Joe Crowley lt Saturday night. Little John Cenfield, who ha ben ck with stomach tubie, s ov- ing. b Miss Minnie Weim, who has esn helping Mrs. Elmer Andereon is home again. Uenry Ransom w initiated in s Wooc,uan lodge at Clinton last Tues lay nigh Miss Emil' Lyman spent Frda night with her friend, Mmda Whee or, in Clinton. Emily So.neon, who has bn work- ing for Mrs. Jnhn Finherg, tuled home Sunday. August Kerstoin is suffering frnm Conggatloval Church, ! Paul J. Boekoven, Pastor. OBITUARY if your Regar morning phing rd, Clan K lamer.  we  I Sunday moing, 10:45  m. Funera seed.s f the at st nt to exceed $1.0 sb oct, "Sing the Lord's Song In A daughter of Mr. and M. Crles L I. Malthus, Stage Land." Sunday sch, 11:6 13ext of Corll, Cla E. Dexter, who a.m. 'ening preaching 7:45 p.m. Sermon, "The Call of the died at the Evangelical hospital in getting to be a h Vei." pecial ,music, this city, we her paren January 9. Roy, J. Bus me at these se.ices. Miss Dexter was 7 yea Methodist Epiepal of age. School ef Dist. No. 53, el a pupil, Buyer nf Roy. G. L Haggans, pastor memory. Pbli worship Sunday nong Interest w made n Cream the Metbe,list Church. sos Reveal s the Fatbezhood of God.' Eggs, Hides " unday school at 12:00 na Epworth ANNOUNCEMENT. and Fur League at 7:00. Evening topic at 1 wish to announce that in addition 7:45 p.  g]l be "Who is on the Lord, s Side?- Special music by he Phone No. 94 Wesleyan Chos. Ches prithee .................... d ............. ........................ EARL ,ing. A most hearty welcome awMts Gunderson Dg Stor you at all these so.ices. DR. 1L D. RIFENBARK. Clinton, Miun. Christian Science. --lndependeut Ads hring rults. Sunday servis at 10:45 a. gubjt, "Love." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m, All are welcome to these-r'ees. Free adlng room in their hall (Shamakel ........ Friday fm)" OP3 .............. to 5 P" m" Play That One Again United Evaugdieal C hutch. Ray J, H. Mayne, Pastor. Big Stone City__Sunday chol at There are some songs that hear too often. When a vere attk of inflamatory rbeu 10:00 a. m. preaching matim and is umler be doctor's car a.m.K.L.C.E, meeting at 7:0O p Mrs. Romp Lyman, who has bn m. Prehmg rves at 7:3O p. m spending a week with her daughte prayer toppling and Bible clas will b Mrs. Gere Gardnpr at Pleaser VaI held ery Wednesday wning at 7:Z0 Icy bus retued home. p m. ...... M ................... p e g  el.rOsalie last Saturday and on th Adelaide.-- a in so.ice every retul home go t stuck in a snew-rift alternate Sunday 2:3O p. m. Mrs Mantefel fre her fet qmt badly, whieh caused her much pair Johnson.--Sunday school at 2:0O, and incenvenien nce, but she is re- md phin seices every altete unday at 8:O0 p. m. coveting now. Ewrybody cordially inYltt o "CHURCH NOTICES!i ......... .o Fa rms Ekvator and Iat Valley M.thdist Epio Wheat ................... $1.18 pa Church, F[ ............. 1.87 servlc every unday ab Oats ............... .25 Rea 6r oon gt th o'clock. Sunday schoo Rye .bZ at welve o'incL Barley ................ 87 Co ..................... 81 ida Lutheran Chuh. Try,.aumaker Co. you lille. ,A Victrola puts the world's artists of instrument and voice rant beckon'd call. Victrola they were a week ago. payments--play as you pay. Get Your Reserved Seat for PALM, the Jeweler Eleven miles nrtheast of Or tonill* [s while dellveng gri Wedues- Cynthia Stotesbury spent *ml Roy. S M M of Clinton, P or.  d spIned his ankle quit bad- nays vsitlng with her friend Anna The Will be no ly but Is able to be around. Smenson 1t wk. day mormng, Jry Z9 , Roy. A. H, Fz md Ofr Gus- Fd. Colwel purebred fourteen hd The Labile d will mt with M. ,  went to Whiten on TueSday sf eatt fm Henry Lax and Mlke Pete Holme Wednesday, Febary 1.  stied the nu distri ntiaz Juelieh t Wednesday. . Everybody raly In,ted. the Sgdsh Lutheran churo. Mre. Iof Hamner and children  *  *  . Si of Prior Lake arrived ia ited with her sLter M. A- J. Law Char *f St, John 14 gmt d ytm a guest at e n Ben  . tegner w on the sidt lit The will be  Itt 8:0@* o'1ok !Idfl] ngO.T.Irnt i t ThSty an Victor Ea#t4a md0eloekext Stmty, Ju. ,  J. B. Hawk as of Me, stone tk temporary el/argo of h,s farl am 2S i'  arrived in Clinton on Men- work. * * * , , ! ally night sift hvldting at the home o heh is we bald aL I Triit7 Lhlm (tre ,! d h lammta lr. d M. hn Stophn*y  Roy* Fensh was aent Aagumt Bsrtlig, paptor, ,, kek "   n cot of t rlous lllne of Service ery Sunday t lO: s :., 21m bgdball e between th ds faer, r " - ' u  or 2 CO p m. Germ Igage h Le#en ndgbe t Clinto n to Arthur Schdberg Itsd over,S n- Sunday hool after each aer,dca EP tmattbeatn Tesdaye day at the BeaJ. Steg,bem te llshngaage  ltt in a  derided v.  uhased el head of eatt e * * ''  f Oltnten. . u this neighborhol d exptets to Zen L*th*rn Church Tla wed  ay mx r Ioad take them lre ts wk. . Ray. Neln Pater  WtZO ablp nut. 8 by o lo The mi"g of th* Sttphaey Ladse  The will ba no serd, a O'eto 11  L. H. tephe, and. Aid at the Mike Eltst horns  rill e next Sunday. Sday skhob[ e SF  ve Litock Shxp- Thursday w well attended .In spite he usua ho. Rv. Neln will oc ! glgokalOh of te bad wther the bfg over du rvi at Milbank , D,, bet   entertained the pso present, The ]adie a me.in and wefin ,at of the Clinto Migh lea patchi.l(qilt for the fall g .f , b  he el 3 Tdetday ig'ht. r. The next ng gi h . ties , . i vl time w reported een altnoued. Evan.e Aa . , ..... (lg StOne Ciw) . ,tt.,'r.u.t'ttftwqek - pv]LL WS I Prose.bluff rvl at 10:00 I t R the home of . x. . v  Sunday hol at 11:0 m  youn people's Alnee at 6;6 p,  Pay n d Teaeh Tdning weduesdy eyeing, 7:8 p. . y e rdial]y invited to atqmd thin svke .  the emmlRat The Robert Wdt mor w Cerel and Walt attended. Monday. , O Wdmmday, eting a ver Dr. gaufm w a Col c sr mlt 2aeag In the na ot t hi.day. : q  arred at t A tel@hone eetmg s held Tae- {truing 2m  da night. Ki Martens Gr . vlle ealIer Fridsr. O"l Yeml lae e Plwt Val- rdd Anderson of Apphton ,  mm #re a Ngro Minstl show the weeknd n Colvalt.  the Clinton  Hnuz Friday M. Mike Luehalnr was -min  who have ea rids  Mtamm vall, report that t h  gtL Ida . ";:admaday  I In the p /  e2am.& and will be entertained  aM I[r An Chain. L Lan  en Mends) from hl tp to the ei ha Mhmpolis be cE4ed on ghe  Camel family and found all kaMn azd doing well. They ae  to @adr friends in Clin- and  Alton.Shan, Ms L. Mon of Ortonville was a ,sil s caller n Cecil Wedneay, M Cl Johann d n W. M Ral for her ther. leman who is ill. Mrs. Gr tay fm Morrit where be visited her M. Story taed to her home in St. Claud Sablrday after spending a few days visiting h daughter Mrs Corn AIIpress. I Northwest Almond Mr. and M. Art Oleos made a 1  and M. Hattie Tato dro Tmm4ay evdng to atttod a surprise glveu In hor of Mr. MeCul- kefs iatp@ birthday nrdver- holiness trip to Ortonlle Satulay. amT. The party was given by old M. Agard Hedin tued to he ,, frrAs aM neighbo home last week, very much mproved. aa a gift t seenl Edie?n sords, Mr. Swan Erickson 'ditod Ms bth- er Martin, who is at the Grillt ag' enjoyment. F those who hospital, on Tuesday of this week. on1 the report of a  The Woman's club held their month abha business meeting and program al Am" Legion of Y lm mtl the third number of the Ly- I .he hne of M. Andrew Hn last  program at the Opera O'rlday evening. ho  ldly evening. A well family attended a party given for Mr. lkd he, me aeted the "TenneSe d Mrs. Hilmer Johnn at the John- Dee? two charming uthem Earls of strng rsomdi, who program sou home Mday night. of  leadkga and datie work y. She ndl t.ed* It is intsfing to ha s been staying at the bw thag lm hme d one d the ey- Is at Coknnbus, Georgia, home the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frank f  of  kmts ladle, Jr ffoh Arthur Dimberg visited Corge ur- the Graeele Hospital on Mon- day. impmdng, Em uel Lat Aold Ndn, ptr. : day, Ilidg Luthan Cheek Itev. K. Knutln. p [11 mll nodMa of Ornl]e) ng Sunday, Feary . Llis' Aid will C, Haeson, Mday, Febnav 6. Ew eryon. ordial.]y inbred#to attend. Norwegiaa Lotl Rev. J. Walzeth, pastor. Reg[ services will be held at o'clock m m. in the Noeginn lan- guage. No elling ville. The confzlation ets will mt next Saturday at i:0 o'elk p m, at the pesonage. Next Sunday evening there Will be a song servi at Be]linghal Mr, Norby of Minneapolis to whic all a invited, Roy. Wseth wilI bt United Evangel Chah. F. W. Agl, Pastor. Odessaorrell Ciult ) OdSundy selces  fo ows Preaching at 10:CO a. m. at 7:85 p. m, This is Young people's moating upon to all, Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday ning at 7:30 Woman's Miefionary Soclpty, last Thursday of th month at 2:30 p. m. Class in Catechism, every Satur- day ufterno at 2:00 o'clock. Correlltmday servi as Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:SO p.  Ladies' Akts ever? two weeks oa hsday 2:1# o'doe Turkeys, N I ds ......... 38 Ce .................................. 12 Dke ..... .15 Strings 16 Old Rsers .............. 08 Hen ..., .................. 17 Eggs .............................. 5 Oonh Cmery tterfat, f |uk fiqqt  kW Im,m t k m 1t  pm Ikltk| ta4   it ,tst. AcCident Wddlbt 13m Ortetvilk  HI:N  temee e  Wing t gNis , ske weft  tint's gk F bi j,,  emsfl 9b-m- be mwd to the pnr I  w]t--hmber for w.ry tbml p l, rae- ti prkt Gder btmber Co. OrtenvUl THE WEST HOTEL M[img*lis* Minnt Following t h e dewatd pces is now offe- l renms at $1.  $2,00--Without Bath $2.C0 to S5.0-With Bath With Moderate Pried In Cmnefi The Big Day at Milbank Feb. 7 For the Big Type Poland / China Bred Sow Sale 45 Head --- Cholera Immune --- 45 ,n fall y bnd god a yt RI HERD BOARS MELROSE ST. FAUL OlY][I DAKOTA JACK'S GIANT. The o carry the blood lines of such Be*'s  Me's 1] Boas EqI. ED, C. JONES auctmae. TERMSash or bkable paper bssrlng 8 pe Norther L 192 Write f Catdo. J. W. DAIIIIINGTON, Milhmk, So. It New here--old i fmous vapor The nzm dby for years year by yr ago worhod out a s'h emtadaing the ur d pe rap, togethe nt other h pemtnung vapgr Th/s wonddl prqkaraton, Vie VapoRtlb, has been the Jtmt rub it on and tmlt hurts and The CURTIS TENTH IITREKT Agi FOURTH AVENU | Minneapoli One whole city block d beaudfut LobbieS, Pipe Organ Music durir Ohestra Music at night during dinner, A a Cute and Table d'14 TAR,VS m,. pr   ttt Vou S *:.4 oebt a PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JANUARY If your DeLaval Cream is not working perfectly bring us. We are prepared to fix @ ...... O/ Many large shipments of livestock q* @ Congregational Church. CLINTON NEWS / have been sent from Ctinton to St. I ODESSA .t Paul J. Sockoven, Pastor. @l OBITUARY Paul markets during the past month, @ Regular morning preaching service, .... Clara E. Dexter Mrs. Hawkins is better known here averaging from four to six carloads a Bill Sellin is busy putting up ice to Sunday morning, 10:45 a.m. Sermon as Fern Black. | week. This week, Thursday, five car- help keep us cool next summer, subject, "Sing the Lord's Song In A Funeral services for the youngest at cost not to exceed $1.00. Miss Terwilliger visited friends in" loads were shipped out, two. by our. _.Rev' Emil_ o" RevMUellerA-tef onSt'Tuesda-'Paul was Strange Land." .... Sunday school, 11:45 daughterDext of Correll,f Mr. Claraand MrSE. Dexter,CrarleSwho]L" I. Matthews, local dealer. Ortonville over Sunday. I local stoclman L. H. Stepnens and the gues i . g . " a. m. Evemng preaching settee, died at the Evangelical hospital in This is getting to be a hard Arthur Erickson was home from three by the Co-operalve uivestocK everai auto loans oI men went o 7:45 p.m. ermon, 1he all oI ne ............. Webster, S D, over Sunday ' Shipping Association. the assistance of Correll last Satur- Voice." Special ,music. All are Tel- n:s ::Ynt:ejTnunaeiry t in: OerO/for the man who wants a soft,  " " " h ladies of day night, come at these services. Y . " " "  Mrs. G. H. England has been qmte On Monday evening t e. - i ............ * officmted Miss Dexter was 7 years / en framed their erruae /anroocK naN reurneu * " . rock this week but ]S lmpromng, the Reading Circle te I ......  ..... of a e School of Dist. No. 53, of 1 "  " nests at Item nor risk ann s again m charge Methodist piscopal . g " . - J. H. Ermkson made a business trap husbands and a few molted g I ...... I whch Mss Dexter was a pupil, was I Buyer of to the cities the first of the week. a party which was held m the M. E. ] of ne empnone omce. - , . I Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor I closed in honor of her memory. The occasion was a Jonn nellenoarger was cane(1 ;o 'n at Leslie Green has rented the rooms church parlors. I ....... rd to see his t Publi worship Sunday morro g I Interment was made in Akron Cream, Poultry rk 1 most leasant one. The room was uonewoeo on au ay . ,,j formerly occupied by the Win. Ma e  P . . _ / ................ . ]the Metho(hst Church. Theme, e-/cemetery. family, very tastefully furnished and oecor s,cr w,u J  ..... sus Reveals the Fatherhood of God."L -- Eggs, Hides Mrs. Peter Rasmussen has been con- ate& Soft lights, sweet music, and / @@/Sunday school at 12:00 n Epworth / ANNOUNCEMENT. and Fur enerat air of oo(l ieuowsmp co- Evemn to ic at _ fined to her bed this week with a very a g . g , :, 4 MALTA  | Leaague at 7:00. " g P 1 I wish to announce that in addition bajdo%lewis' orchestra went to Or-rg:nthereWtshmt(: :h:Yev:nmn;Keeantmis !/7451 'p si(ne?Wfllsb:ci:Whs]i Y h:lteqniYp3St::Pta:hiCr:;r:teSv Ie:;:r:Vf Phone No. 94 tonville Wednesday night to play for taa(Tmcentteat:lietSa:pteSU:(e.'th uic of Joe Crowley last Saturday night. | WeslYe/het n :UssdPrac:7[ the eyes by the mosti: 1 r:tmhOde a dance. - a been a d v g "- " - Office one block up " . rs Chas Johnson re and readings furmshed amusement Little John Cenfield, who h s | " A" most heart welcome awaits | EARL Mr. and M . " " " .... ver mug. Y Gunderson Drug Store turned on Frida from their trip to and entertainment. A most interest- sink with stomach trouble, s reco -| ,. | " Y wmtten b Mrs S in you at all these services. the cities, ing original farce, Y ' g'. ....... /" . , . | DR. R. D. RIFENBARK. Clinton, Minn." The St. Pauli Ladies' Aid society M. Moe was presented and tho.roly en- . Miss Minme weman, wno nasfleen| Christian Science. | ............ : ....... ,,. metAaseboOn Wednesday with Mrs. John joyeddramaticandabilitydisplayedbv the actors.Cns*derableIn the neipingagm.n, mrs. Elmer Anderson is nome/lt eub'ectbUn(laY " ""I oveServaces" at ....... v:o a. m.|t --lnepenoem u m,. ....... ' : " " .......... was initiated in the  J ' ' " " Martin Erickson has been very sink animal sketcmng conest ne drastic . henry lansom _ 7:.nto last Tues Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. AU" but is doing well after his operation at talent manifested by the genmman woodman oflge at n n - .... . the Graceville hospital, guests was quite wonderful and the (lay night, are wemome to nese services ree Rev. F. J. Johnston went to Monte- video on Wednesday. He expects to return on Friday morning. Miss Anderson and Miss Hanratty @pent Sunday at their respective homes at Moorhead and Graceville. Gee. Tureen, who was operated on for ruptured appendix last week, iS doing well at the Graceville hospital. Miss Emily Lyman of Malta visited over Friday with Miss Maida Wheeler and attended the Lyceum Course Pro- gram. Mathias Eide left on Thursday mor- ning on a week's business trip to Edinburg and other points in North Dakota. Mrs. K. Torgerson of Hawley, who has been visiting with her daughter Mrs. Carl Olson returned to her home on Wednesday. Carl Raabe, the genial salesman, who was once a Clintonite, transacted business here on Wednesday, and re- newed old friendships. The W. C. T. U. will meet next Wednesday at the home of Mrs. F. J. Johnston Refreshments will be erved by the committee , Miss Johanson, state supervisor of ]mme nursing classes, accompanied Miss Rogashaska to Clinton and visit- 1 the Tuesday night class. Harold Krook slipped on 'a piece of ice while delivering groceries Wednes- : la and sprained his ankle quite bad- ty but is able to be around. ,: Rev. 3,. H. Franzen ad Oscar Gus- *atsen went to Wheaten on Tuesday :, to attend the annual district meeting ,of the SWedish Lutheran church. ? Mr. Simes of Prior Lake arrived in Clinton on Saturday mornin on busi- ,, ess and was a guest at the home Of i!i ki 4mlg!oer Mrs. O. T. Harrison. Mrs. J. B. Hawkins of Melstone, ':.i! i" [ontana, arrived in Clinton on Mon- '.ib: day night and is visiting at the home i!id of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jbhn "';: Black. , i / The basketball e between the , 5oklo Legion and the Clinton town prize awarded for the most accurate workmanship was carried off by Rev. Johnston, while in the guessing con- tests O. T. Harrison proved his prow- ess and took the honors. After the grand ,march which was made quite hilarious by squawking balloons, a bountiful and delicious buffet luncheon made a fitting climax to a long and happy evening. t FOSTER I Frank Bower called at Henry Lux's home Saturday evening. John Carlson has been hauling corn fromtJack Plumley's lately. Alvah Ross was delivering corn at Ray Stegner's farm last Friday. Jack Morris and Ed. Colwell deliver ed cattle in Clinton last Wednesday. Ethel Eastman visited with Mrs. Benj. J. Stegner the latter-part of last week. A. J. Lawrence, Abel Eastman and Ray Stegner delivered hogs in Beards- ley Monday. Levi Eastman attended the Ameri- can Legion play given at Ortonville Friday evening. Abel Eastman purchased a fine bunch of feeding pigs from George Elrite Saturday. Cynthia Stotesbury spent several days visiting with her friend Anna Salmonson last week. Ed. Colwell purchased fourteenhead of cattle from Henry Lux and Mike Juelieh last Wednesday. Mrs. Elof Hamner and children vis- ited with her sister Mrs. A J. !Law- rence Thursday evening. Benj Stegner was on the sick list last Thursday and Victor Eastman took temporary charge of his:ifarm work. No church services were held at Stephey as Rev. Fenske was absent on account of the serious illness of his father. Arthur Scholberg visited overSun- day at the Benj. Stegner home. He Miss Emily Lyman spent Friday reading room in their hall (Shumaker night with her friend, Maida Wheeler, building). Open every Tuesday and in Clinton. Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Emily Sorenson, who has been work- * * * ing for Mrs. John Finberg, returned United Evangelical Church. home Sunday. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. August Kerstein is suffering from I Big Stone City.--Sunday school at a severe attack of inflamatory rheu- 10:00 a. m. Preaching services at 11:00 " ' r matlsm and is under the doctorsca e. In. m. K.L.C.E. meeting at :00 p. Mrs. Rollie Lyman, who has been[re. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m. spending a week with her daughter lPrayer meeting and Bible class willbe Mrs. Gertte Gardner at Pleasant Val- / held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 ley has returned home. p m. Mr. and Mrs. E. Mantiefel drove to Ortonville last Saturday and on the return home got stuck in a snow-lrift. Mrs. Mantiefel froze her feet quite badly, which caused her much pain and inconvenience since, but she is re- covering now. @ @ t CHURCH NOTICESII @ @ Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Eids Luthe;an Church. (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) l Rev. S. M. Moo of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day morning, January 29. The Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Pete Holme Wednesday, February 1. ! Everybody cordially invited. Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan ' There will be mass at 8-0 o'clock and t0:00 o'clock next Sunday, Janu- ary 29. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 19:00 a. m. or 2:00 p.m. German language. Sunday hool after each service Eng- lish language. @ @ @ Adelaide.Preaching service every alternate Sunday 2:30 p. m. Johnson.--Sunday school at 2:00, and preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Everybody cordially invited to at- tend all meetings LOCAL MARKET Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Wheat ........................................ $1.18 Flax .......................................... 1.87 Oats ........................................... 25 Rye ............................................. 62 Barley ...... ................................... 37 Corn ........................................... 31 Traeyr,humaker Co, Turkeys, No. 1 dressed ........... 38 Geese ........................................... 12 Dcks ......................................... 15 Springs ..................................... 16 Old Roosters ............................. 08 Hen. ............................................ 17 Eggs ........................................... 25 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ......................... ;.. ...... 28 We will lmy,:th following prioea for. Junkt Okl Iron, $S,J to $10.00 Per tea Copper and heavy Bras4e to 8 per peued. Old Ra  cent  peund. 1 cent per paund. : team at the Cliton gm Tuesday eve- " hag resulted in a':ve decided vic- has lurchad several head of cattle . . tory for CHaron. in this neighborhood and expects to Zion Lutheran Church This week Thursday six car loads take them home this week. . .. Rev.. Nelson, Pastor. -of stock were sh,pped out,.3 by our to:. The meeting of the Stepnney ames There will be no services at (Yrton- eel stockman, L. H. Stepnens, an tAid at the Mike Eastman. home mSlville next Sunday Sunday school at the Coo rative Livestoez bnip Thursda was well attendeu in spke ....  ....... ,, --- by pe " "1 " Y " ver I me usual hour  eson wm v- assoication of the bad weather there being o t , . ". .... ;- .... o  h,, Imp,,,,  . , - ..... the I .... . are  uuc serv,ces a mnomm, o. ,., ,, ,Mms aane een entermmeo t sixty persons present 'ne laoles i . - or Class of the Clinton, High. / making a patchworkqilt for the fal[l morning., an(t .evening" ........ . dtO01 *t her home on Tuesday mght, { bazaar. The next ,meeting place has ! A modghtful time was reported| not been announced ' | Evangelical Association. ] " (Big Stone City) by the young people. G.E. Zech, Pastor The W. C, T. U. nt this week Wed- mla at the home of Mrs. T. J. $lmston. Refrhments were served I the committee. The meeting was interesting and well attended. On Wednesday , eening a very -dessant gthering ih the nature of a g party occurred at the Gl, .Crl {bou The party was given oy mrs. in honor of her husband's birth- day. . The Young people o Pleasant VM- 7 will give a Negro Minstrel show Jn the Clinton Opera Hous Friday @ COBRELL NEWS I @ Robert Wendt motored to Correll Monday. Dr. Kaufman was a Correll caller Satm'day. A telephone ,meeting was held Tues- day night. Miss Martena Griese was an Orten- ville caller Friday. Arvid Anderson of Appleton spent the week-end in Correll. Mrs. Mike Luehsinger was a pas- ing. Those who have seen this senger to Appleton Thursday. re rt that it 5how at PleauatValley po r" [ L. MortenSon of Ortonville was a[  gOOd. Let's go. I business caller in Correll Wednesday. 1  M. E. Indies Aid will meet next ] Mrs. Clarence Johnson and son War- ] X:etluesday February 1 in the ps.rlors] ren visited in Appleton for a few days I .f the church and wi!! be entertained I last week. by the following committee: Mrs.Nor-] Mrs. Ralph Carr came last weektc Sherman mrs t-eer on, Mrs. A.C. , care for her mother, Mrs. Robert En-] laxn and Mrs. Anna Chase. j L. A. Lareon returned on Monday, moring from his trip to the c!ties. I "While in Minneapolis he callea o/ the Chas. Campbell family and f0un them all looking and doing well. They nt greetings to their friends in Clin-" 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 "Clas Wednesday evening, 7:80 p. m." ywa are cordially invited to attend thees services. Emtmuel Lutheran. Odessa, (3 mile East, 2 miles North) Arnold Nelson, Pastor. : There will be no services next Sun- day, January 29. Eidskog Lutheran ChureK. Rev. K. Knutson, Pastor. (11 miles nortseat of Ortonville) There will be no services next Sun- day morning, January 29. There will be services on the follow- ing Sunday, February 5. gleman who is ill. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. IZ Mrs. George Baker returned Tues- C. Hanson, Monday, February 6. Ev- (lay from Morris where she visited her I eryone cordially invited to attend.  * * mother for a week / Norwegian Lutheran Mrs. Story returned to her home in St. Cloud Saturday after spending a[ Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. few days visiting her daughter Mrs.| Regular services will be held at 11 Mr. and Mrs. Alton Sherman, Mms I Ida Buck and Mrs. Hattie Tate drove I out to the M. S. McCullom home on$ Tuesday evening to atttend a surprise 1 'ty given in honor of Mr. McCm- ]om's seventy-fifth birthday anniver-[ sary. The party was given by old frlends and neighbors who took with them as a gift several Edison records, the music of which heped m the eve-I ning's enjoyment. From those who 1 attended comes the report of a very 1 enjoyable time. / The American Legion of Clinton I presented the third number of the Ly-| eum Course program at the Opera / house last Friday evening. A well filled house greeted the "Tennessee Duo," two charming southern girls of strfking personality, whose program of mmic, readings and dramatic work wus well received. It is interesting to know that the home of one of the en- tertaiTs is at Columbus, Georgia, about 20 miles fro the home town of one of our town's ladies, Mrs John Knutmm, and that these ladies have mtuai aequaintauces at that place Corn Allpress. o'clock a. m. in the Norwegian ]an- ' 4. guage. No evening service in Often- . _ _ I ville. The confirmation class will I Northwest Almond  I meet next Saturday at 1:00 o'clock p. .... "]m. at the parsonage. Next Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Olson made a I evening there will be a song service business trip to Ortonville Saturday.  at Bellingham under the direction of Mrs. Agard Hedin returned to her Mr. Norby of. Minneapolis to which home last week, very much improved. | all are invited. Rev. Walseth will be Mr. Swan Erickson visited his broth- er Martin, who is at the Graceville hospital, on Tuesday of this week. The Woman's club held their month- ly business meeting and program at the home of Mrs. Andrew Hanson last Friday evening, d Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson an family attended a party given for Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Johnson at the John- son home Monday night. Mr. amt Mrs. Hilmer Anderson took 'ittle Ruth Johnson home Friday. She has been staying at the Anderson home the past two weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tureen and I Arthur Dimberg visited George Tur-| een at the Graeeville Hospital on Men-[ day. He is steadily improving. ! present. * * * United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) OdessaSunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. at 7:35 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 2:80 o'clock. Pipe Fitting ]as$ mds, Belting and Hose carried in Acetyle Welding. The Ornvme Foundry W. F. MULLICA. Pr. Phoue Z8 , m r HEN R esmes te deliver- ing the goods on rims we're there, that's all. For big jeba or small jolm-dum- bet sawed to the proper length and width--lumber for every practieai purpeae prac- tieaily priced. Geier b]mber Co. Ortonville Minm THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at-- $1.50 te $2.00--Without Bath $2.00 to $5.0(N-With Bath With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection Play That One Again There are some songs that you hear too often. When you own a Victrola you can hear them as often as you like. A Victrola puts the world's artists of instrument and voice at your taut beckon'd call. Victrola records are cheaper now they were a week ago. Victrol::eaSY payments--play as you pay. Get Your Reserved Seat for The PALM, the Jeweler The Big Day at Milbank--Feb. 7, For the Big Type Poland China Bred Sow Sale 45 Head --- Cholera Immune --- 45 Three outstanding tried sows, two real spring teen fall yearlings, twenty-two Spring gilts. These sows are bred to three boars as good as you will final anywhere. THE HERD BOARS MELROSE ST, PAUL, SOUTH DAKOTA JACK S GIANT. The sows carry the blood lines of such Boars as Me's Big Price Equal, St. Paul, Dandy, Jordan's Oran Goliath Chmf, Grant Wonder, Grant Jumbo, Thyne s . Bone Equal. SALE STARTS AT ONE O'CLOCK--LI]NCH AT ED. C JONES, Auctioneer. GOLD & CO. STATE BANK  TERMS--Cash or bankable paper bearing 8 per cent int6res$ November 1, 1929. Write for Catalog. J. W. DARRINGTON, Milbank, So, " New here--old in Land of the long leaf pine gives the a famous vapor rub for all c01d troubleJ" The famo healing odors of ! the tong-leaf pine are to be had, even if yo can't go South. 1o people subjeet to colds, a North Carolina druggist some years ago o out a vaporizing salve, containing the very es- sence of pine sap, together with other healing penetrating vapors. This wonderful preparation, Vik VapoRub, has been the Just rub it on and breathe in the-vapors standby for years in homes. Year by year by State its groan until today favorite treatmefit the country for all cold: c'oup, skin hurts and troubles. Druggists now. Get a good V!00o Ow 17 M/l//mt Jars CURTIS TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUI Minneapolis The Northweat" s Neweat "and Lar#est Transient One whole city block of beautifut Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon Orchestra Music at night during dinner. 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