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PAGE8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JANUARY amc of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed teffen, C, F ........... I 177 .... 3.70 teffeu, Emil .......... ] 327 ...... t 10.95 Jlt oc k. Gust ............ t 24tL ...... { 5.04 :Stock, Johanna ......... 35.[ ...... ] 7.42 torm, Peter ........... 66 ...... 22.42 truck, Carl ............ 136 ...... 2.84 ven A. H ............  194 t 5.20 chwandt, Herman ..... 475 &apos;il00 14.71 hrader, Victor ....... 4flo ..... 1 n.n! "taws, August .......... [ 82] ...... I 2.75 "rcw s Carl ........... 1531 551 b.o "V'lking Threshing Co. . 50i ...... I 1.68 N/Velde, Cornelius ...... 3821.....] 798 "WVlkins. Ralph L, 405 ".1 ..... 23.94 Woodard, A. C ......... 217 .... 4.54 l'ust. Philip ........... 881 ::} 1,84 Zahrbock, Emilie ..... 502 .. 13.45 I TOWN OF OTREY Total 'Pax Rate by School Distriets lcluding State, County, Town or Village and School District Levies chool District No. 5 Mills 30.7 ,chool District No. 9 Mills 23.7 chool District No. 14 Mills 26.6 School District No. 42 Mills 23.6 S<hool District No 47 Mills 28.9 = " School District No. 49 Mills 26.4 School District No. 60 Mills 230 @ate of Taxation on Mossy and cents per $100) Credits 30 me of Person or Firm r Corporation Assessed .Anderson, A. B ......... .Anderson Albert ..... ..,Anderson Arthur ..... .,Anderson Aug. I ..... .Anderson Hans ...... .Anderson H. P ....... nderSon Julius ..... _Anderson N. C ....... ..AndersOn Sivert ..... ]Brown. Ernest ........ ronen, Boyd .......... Crones, M. A ........... ]rickson, Arne ........ lxeeman, J A .......... ardner. Gee .......... ardor, J. W .......... ]Hecot:k, H. W ......... l, ldgon, Ole ......... i1411strom. C. J ......... ljelmeland. Carl ..... _:[olm blad, Gust ........ Jwc.c bson, Oscar ....... Jer.:.on. J. K ........... Jansen, N B ........... -jansen, Otto .......... .Johnson, August ....... .lohnson. B. K .......... .Jol;mson. Edw ......... .Jhson, Emil C ....... JKnoll, Gee. H ......... KohL Win. C ........... ]KI,LDn. John ........ Lab.g-red, Arne ........ Ly. L. P .............. dquist, Albert T .... l 604]$... 384] ...... 984 ...... 196] ...... 773[ . 887 i!:: 3751 ...... 619t ...... 20Ol ...... 150[ ...... 222 ...... 316{ ...... 3001 ...... 3921 ...... I1541 ...... ll0l ...... 204]... .. 626i ...... 5171 200 62Ii ...... 149 76 583 ..... 426 100( 401 ...... 465 50{ ...., 241 ..... 979 ..... i 4 ..... 17 ..... ?s 5ol 17.45 9.65 2,83 6.47 18,25 11.19 8.85 17.89 4.72 3.97 7.32 9/14 8.67 12.94 35.43 338 4.83 18.10 17,66 17.95 4.92 1.80 16.85 14.17 9.47 16.84 10.04 6.63 7,95 23.20 3.36 13.41 3.00 4.67 10.68 Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed Lindqulst, Chas ......... i 453[ ...... ] LogaD, Thos. F ......... 411[ ...... I Logan, %Vm ............. t 4061 ...... I Matbison, Adolph ....... 1 736[ 400 M,Ah ison, Alfred ........ I 733! ...... [ Mathison, Olaf .......... / 4521 ...... [ Mlller, Ed .............. t 556] ...... [ Pearson, Nels ........... ] 628] ...... l Po(h-wils, Wm ........... [ 401] ...... [ Salverson, Floyd .......  262 ...... ] Saude, S. J .............. i 395[ ...... / Simonson. Sivert Sr ..... | 413[ ...... Simonson. Sivert Jr .....  140 ...... I St:,r]ey. Alfred ......... 395 ...... St een. Andreas ......... Steen. Elai ............. Storetm. Albert S ...... Storeim. John O ....... Thlel. Henry .......... Thompson, Mrs. Anna .. Thompsou. Elmer ..... Thompson. Peter ...... Voage, Gust ........... Voage. John ........... Vangsness, Herman .. V!lk. John ............ Weeding, John ......... o iliiil x x 1261t 2581 4S1 I ...... 6311 ...... 9s21 ...... 1 1651 ...... [ 3341 ...... I 3091 ...... [ 438] ...... { 384 500} 14.95 13.57 13.40 18.57 17.30 14.92 13.17 14.82 13.24 8.65 11.42 10.90 3.70 9.36 10.98 2.55 29.86 29.88 8.52 10.88 14.95 28.38 4.38 22.02 8.93 10.38 14.1 TOWN OF BIG STONE Total Tax Rate by Sehool Districts Incb'lng State County, Town or Village and School District Levies School District No. 2 Mills 83.4 School District No. 4 Mills 20. 2 School District No, 5 Mills 29.0 School District No. 9 Mills 22.0 School District No. 21 Mi113"27.7 School District No. 33 Mills 30.2 School District No. 34 Mills 267 School District No. 63 Mills 248 (Rate of Taxation on Money and Credits 30 cents per $100.) Name of Person or Firm o z Corporation Assessed I Anderson. Raynard ..... $ 378[$ ..... $ Arndt, Gee ............ 823 ..... Babbitt, Bert A ........ 719 ..... Barsema, Ralph ........ 9211 ..... Bevdan, Aline ......... 1650 ...... Block, F. L ............ Camus, Roy ........... Carlson, C. G .......... Cichy, Steve ........... De cksan, Albert ..... Hadley, G. R ........... Halleck, W. H ......... Hanson, W. K .......... Hanson, J. M .......... Hcllier;. G. L ........... HansOn, Waiter ........ Heldtke, R, O .......... Heathma W. D..." .... Hippie, Ralph ......... Hipple, Harry & Son ... Holmqnist, J. P ........ Holmquist. J. E ......... Holmquist, C G ........ Hudson. F. A .......... 1531 ...... I 283! ...... 605 450 270 ...... 137 ...... 233 1112::;;;;850 1029 257 iiii] 575 .. 26ii i177 1521 590 5000 93 100 9.37 24.85 24.02 26.71 4785 5.11 7.55 29.65 8.15 3.40 7.78 2.24 14.93 25.52 6.86 19.21 2.40 5.11 535 44.11 29.63 2.61 9.40 .27 Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed Johnsoft,Isler' 'redc. P.:::::::::'I Jolnson Godfrey ...... Johnson. Emil ......... JoLnson. Peter H ...... Jasper, N H ............ Johnson. P. A .......... Johnson. Walfred ..... Johnson. Oscar ........ Jnes, Chas ............ L&rson, Chas. F ........ tin,dell. Alfred ........ Mundweiler, H. E ..... MInick, O. H .......... McAllister, Geo. E ..... Mit telstadt. Carl ....... Mundweiler, L L ...... Nelson, August ...... Nolan, Thos ............. Paterson, Ernest ....... I 1-'at arson Swan ......... [ Paterson, Ole ........... t Rublschum. Mrs. C. H... Reynolds L. A .......... Sutton, J. J ............. 1 Swanson Bros ........... 1 Swanson, Chester & Ed- 1 win ................ Smlth, B. H ............. Saulsbury, V. J ......... Sn,lth, Davis ........... Schroeder. Gerhard .... Schellberg, Carl ....... Schneider. E H ........ Smith, J. A ............ Var.deventer. G. W ..... Wheat, J. D ........... "vVolfmeyer, Lewis J .... Yes[, F. B .............. Zakrlson, Chas ......... Zakrison, Anna (by Chas Z. Adm. ) ........... ZeLringer, Ed .......... Zammach. Jackson .... Zletz, Albert .......... 362[ ...... 8.97 4981.. 16.64 .. .80 502i 4012 28.80 51 5700 3419 2971 6625 29.78 6561 2250 28.66 !911 ...... 7.21 1881 ...... 9.63 " 2000 6.77 Is7 ..... 3.57 r4t ..... 17.71 1 )fig; ..... 31.00 1791 ..... 4,78 t331 ..... 13.07 .7 !i!!! 746 197! 13.26 112  8.33 575 ''6001 17,37180 48 ...... 1.61 498 ,:::::] 16.64 73 11.73 I03 ...... 13.46 4341 ..... 14.49 892[ 2000 35.79 149I ...... 3.97 8141 ...... I 23.61 119t ...... 3.60 4991 ...... 115.07 207 ...... I 6.91 372[ ] 12.43 205 ...... 6.85 736 ...... 22.22 447 14.93 380:::i;; 11.65237 3b ...... 10.42 3991 I1400t..44.85 251 400 1.87 6441 ...... 1945 2561 7.73 2181 658 . TOWN OF ARTICHOKE Total Tax Rate by School Dis[tiers Including State, County, Town or Village and School District Levies School District No, 13 Mills 27.8 School District No 14 Mills 29.5 School District No. 26 Mills 47.8 School District No. 42 Mills 26.5 School District No. 49 Mills 29.3 School District No. 52 Mills 31.3 School District No. 65 Mills 34.5 (Rate of Taxation on Money and Credits 30 cents per $100.) Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed Anderson, Otto ......... Anderson, Egan ........ An(;erson, Nat L ....... Abrahamson, Hans .... Allen, Willis ......... Allen. Ray ............ I 211 $ ..... [$ 7.28 525[, ' 18.11 455l, I 15.69 ....... 63 50( I 13.87 224. 6.56 .... i Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed t Anderson. Harry ....... 277. Ancerson. Clean (estate) 95]. Allen. Effle ................. / (.utler, Emma J ....... Beutler, A. F .......... 85 Iostad & Johnson ...... 21 Brusten, O. T ........... 11 Carlson, Axel .............. Ckrlstenson, Jens ...... 4 Christenson, Albert L.. 4 Carl, C. W .............. 10 Christenson, Julius ..... 4 Dorff, Edw ............. 4 Dttlefson, Dagmar ...... 4 Ditlefson Nicoline ...... 3 Dohak, tars ............ 2f Dobak, Slvert .......... 2 Dobak, John ........... 1.  Danielson, Dan (Estate) 1. Danlelson, Mrs. Mona ... 2 . Da;ielson, D. L ......... 8( Da:lelson Threshing Co. 10( Dal,ileson. tars ....... 1252 Dohak, J. S ............ 584 Emerson. Albert ....... 561 Fal!way, J. A .......... 100 Hanson. Claus ........ 144 liar, son. L. S .......... 592 Hanson. E. N ........... 112 Hanson. Hulda ........ 1{ Hanson, Leonard O .... 2: }Ianson. Fred ......... 5| Hagen, Sivert ......... 41 Hanson. C E .......... 2, Jclmson, O O .......... 21 Johnson. John R ....... 3' Joh r, son. Bros ......... 101 Jenson Bros." .......... 61 Jol.nson. M. A .......... 41 Johnson. Wm ........... 3: JoLnson, Leonard ...... 2 Johnson, Sorm 1! Jorgenson, Sivert ...... 1 Jo genson, H. P ......... 3 Jo'. genson, A. B ......... 3 Kotson, Elias ........ 5 Kctsteln, H. C .......... 2, Lovaas, Oscar .......... 3 Larson, A. B ............ 1 Lsrson. Michael ........ 3 Larson Ludwig A ....... Lund. Caleb ........... 3 Lund, Philip ........... 4 Land. Chas ............. 2 Mathlson, Sivert ........ 6 Mathison, S E .......... 3 Mathison, Ida ......... 2 Nelson, Nels .......... 3 Nelson, Ole ............ 5 Olson, Frank ......... 4 Olson, H. K ............. 2 Olson, Carl ........... 3 Olson, Christ .......... 1 Olson. A. L ............ 3 Otteson. Optander ......... Pullis. John .......... 3 Rodengen, H. T ........ 12 Robertson. Ewes .......... Rodengen, Oscar ...... 2 Rodengen, Julius ..... 3 Robertson. M. B ....... 3 Robertson. Inger ...... 1 Robertson Bros ....... 225 Reinke, Julius ........ 271 Sornson, Jens N ....... 27 Swenson, Jens ........ 46 Storeim, Hans ........ 35 Stor elm, Mary ........ 37 Svor, Steffen ......... 51 Stenstuen, Peter ...'... 24 Tot gerson. Edwin ..... 33 Torgcrson, Christ ..... 48 Thomas. Miles .......... 17 Voage, Axel ........... ] 23 Willing, W L .......... ] 15 Wcllsndorf, Wm ....... ] 178 WeHedorf, Roy ....... I 95 Watson Bros. : ......... ] 11 Wachter. C. H .......... / 3 Westerbo, B. A ......... [ ..... Westerbo, H. H ......... 22 W'esterbo, Christ A. M ........ Mathlson, Chas (guard- ian) 100 .. 10 80 35 100 50 ii001 8.11 2.79 3.00 9.00 25.34 10.04 40.34 2.10 16.42 14.60 28.00 23.33 12.62 1.16 9.76 7.59 7.71 4.60 557 38.62 25.40 29.30 36.58 1828 20.04 2.78 10.76 7.54 7.67 12.95 12.9'3 10.87 15.14 8.35 9.37 13.51 5.04 7.33 4.79 55778 28.19 38.87 10.87 1.05 10.9 1.50 3.30 @ Professional and { Business C. E. SIGLOH For Expert Phone 284-L Ortonville. JOE BAYER & Of the Ortonville Tailo All kinds of cleaning and neatly done. Suits Made to Orders. Ortonviile, ELECTRIC SHOP Shoes repaired and ly. Our Work GUS. E. ANDERSON, JOHN Light Hauling of all Express and Baggg Telephone 287 Ortonvfll& PAUL DIRN Brick Layer and Stoe Mason and All Cement Wovl Ortonville, Minn. PETERSON & Dray Line Big Stone Lake I Phone 38 Kodak Prompt, Quality Service, Prices. THE REED Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. OSTEOPATHIC One block uphill fror rug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet (For rheumatism, F. I BROWN THE JEWELER ' Ortouville. . -[ WANT ADS FOR STALE OR TRADE--Full blood] Duroc Jersey Boar, son of Path- finder. Cholera Immune. Come and] look at .him. Norman E. Bruns, Or-I tonviHe, Minn., R. F.D. No. 2. 38-2 F(R RENT--Five room house alllt ready for occupancy withstoves[ set up. Inquire of W. H. Matthews,[ citT. *35-41 FOR SALE---A few milk cows com- ing fresh soon. Ray Thyne/ 36-2 SAWDUST FOR SALEThree car- loads of sawdust for sale at a price that is right. Inquire at the Inde- pemtent office. URE DEATH to chicken licejust sift it in the dust box, the hens do the rest. Cans 65c and $1.00 at the Feed Store. 36-tf t" A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' ,clothes to clean and press. City failor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12'-tf IN:)R SALD--Ladies' and Gents Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf _&TTENTION FARMERS: Having rebuilt my corn sheller, I am now prepared to shell your corn and at the old price of 2c per bu- shel. Roy Wellendorf, Ortonville, phone 327, Odessa. *36-4 ]FOR RENT---Six modern rooms with bath, over store on main street. Phone 160. 37-tf IEMSTITCHINC,---Wifl do hemstitch- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. addans. 27-tf-e /,OSTBlack Leather purse on main street, containing over $3.00, Purse was a gift and valued highly as such. Finder please return to Mrs. C. S. Hasslen for reward. 38-1p tRrtAYEDPoland China Boar pig from my place. Pete Classen, Cor- rell, Minn. "38-3 An Ontario farmer caught a young 'oman doing a "September Morn" on is property and had her haled before the county magistrate. "What's the harge?" asked his honor. "Takin' a bath in the spring, your vusship," said the constab!e. The aged dispenser of jusriee con- salted a dog-eared op3 of the statutes tr bused himself in its pages for everal minutes; then closing the legal tame and stroking his beard he said very solemnly, "The charge is dismis- sed and the miss is discharged, I find lat he had just as mush right to t a lmth in the sprin  i e NET EARNINGS BY DEPART- MENTS IS SHOWN IN REPORT (Continued from page 1) Receipts into the state treasury for the twelve months ending December 31, 1921 were: State Taxes ...................... $11,271,650.08 Railroad companies ........ 8,61 " ,663.04 Telephone. companies .... 424,394.06 Telegraph companies .... 33,118.69 Sleeping car companies 244,50.22 Express companies ...... 134,606.47 Freight line companies 21,107.00 Insurance companies ...... 1,066.014.25 Inheritance taxes ............ 901,984.08 Vessel Tonnage .............. 29,632.50 Departmental fees and earnings are as follows: Insurance commission $.. Dairy & Food commis- sion ................................ Game and Fish commis- sion State "Securitie's'" Com mission .......................... State Athletic Commis- sion ................................ Public Librtry Commis- sion ................................ Live Stock Weighing .... Oil Inspectio .................. State Fire Marshall ........ Examining Financial Of- ceS ................................ Re-assessments expen- ses .................................. Seed Potatoe Inspection Boiler Inspection .......... Hotel Inspection ............ Notarial Commissions .... 'reachers' Employment.. State Banks .................... Motor V. Licenses (Old Law) .............................. 25,895.00 Motor V. Licenses (New law) .............................. 5,616,113.60 Secretary of State .......... 8,061.35 Weights & Measures Dept ................. ./. ............ 5,812.21 Ineorporation Fees ........ 107,705.00 Bonus on State Loans .... 93,737.23 State Board of Medical Examiners .................... 7,332.50 State Board of Chiro- practic Examiners ......... 520.00 State Board of Law Ex- aminers ........................ 2,300.00 Earnings of State Insti- tutions .......................... 1,358,116.13 Earnings of Sta Uni- versity ............................ 2,105,708.18 Grain and Hay Inspec- tions .............................. 919,131.82 State Agricultural So- cieties .......................... Scaling Fees ................... Interest on daily bank balances ........................ 620,214.64 Supreme Court ................ 5,537.17 Interest on Loan to State Prison 616.33 state Tesi'"iii";J ing Fund ...................... 17,858.62 Royalty on Iron Ore ...L. 1,00905 126,583.14 175,518.14 397,727.69 55,589.87 17,487.23 10,380.60 33,455.54 173,488.17 61,622.66 6,907.47 Timber on State Lands 454,217.81 Grass on State Lands .... 206.70 Sand & Gravel ................ 11,516.16 Principal paid on land contracts ...................... 214,125.60 Interest paid on land Contracts ...................... 252.045.59 Principal paid on state Loans ............................ 1,200,266.07 Interest paid on state loans .............................. 1,093,596.63 Prison Twine & Machin- ery Plant ...................... 2,521,231.88 Teachers' Insurance & Retirement Fund ...... 154,82.14 Redemption o f Trust Bonds ............................ 80,000.00 Interest on Trust Bonds 218,907.30 Trunk Highway Funds (U. S. Receipts) ........ 80,673.98 Miscellaneous .................. 8,475.045.15 Total .......................... $50,997,926.94 Disbursements for 12 months end: ing December 31, 1921: Executiv Departments (5) ................................... $ 173,722.60 Judicial Expenses .......... 309,524.38 Legislative ExpenSes ...... 424,559.22 State Boards, Commis- sions and other state accounts ........................ 2,550,000.00 Agricultural activities .... 511,500.09 State Lands and Parks 183,366.40 National Guard, Naval 2,352.88 Militia, etc., .................. 304,771.29 6,201.421 National G u a r d Ar- 18,537.05 mories ............................ 291774.00 41,703.45 Motor Vehicle Licenses .. 203,173.20 8,292.00 Educational D e p a r t- 12i751.95 ments ............................ 292,185.73 68,730.96 High, Graded, Semi- Graded Rural Schools 3,508.050.69 Public School Libraries 60,881,54 Care of New and Old Capitol Buildings ...... 223,329.85 County Sanatariums ...... 183,283.71 Printing, Binding and Publishing .................... 247,027,46 State Trust Fund Bonus 176,677.49 Tuition for Soldiers and Sailors .......................... 242,065.76 Fire Departments .......... 229,018.57 Wolf & Horse Thief Bounties ........................ 53,579.50 Drainage & Assessments 269,605.52 Prison Twine & Ma- chinery Plant .............. 2,532,420.01 Soldiers' Bonus ................ 7,256,919.72 Soldiers' Bonus Certifi- cates of Indebtedness 3,667,201.35 Trunk Highway Fund .... 5,677,242.83 Support of State Insti- tutions .......................... 3,645,792.61 293,732.81 New Buildings, Repairs 31,807.88 and improvements ...... "752,925.34 Forest Fires Relief ...... 262,717.44 Apportionment to Coun- ties for Support of Schools .......................... 3,208,940.34 State University Sup- port ........................... =.... 4,884,425.42 New Buildings, Repairs Sdldiers Home Support.. 196,955.73 Trust Fund Investments 4,120,910.00 Grain Inspection ............ 839,128.28 State Road & Bridge to Counties ........................ 1,802,775.74 Maintenance o f State Highways Dept. (Jan. 1, 1921, to May 31, 1921) .............................. 221,291.96 Inheritances Taxes Paid to Counties .................. 92,614.62 Relief of old soldiers and their families ........ 240,395.83 State Board of Relief .... 45,750.50 State Board of Relief Tax Account ................ 55,977.27 Miscellaneous ................... 513,279.14 Total ........................... $51,389,747.26 @ @ I @ SCHOOL NOTES I Reporters:Loville Cronen, Senior; Hoken Gjesdahl, Junior; Huldah John- son, Sophomore; Edith Carlson, Fresh- man; Fern Hudson, Eighth Grade; Percy Stotesbury_,, Sev___enth Grade. Ruby toy has returned to school after an absence of about a week. Mrs. Hanes was not able to be in school Monday on account-of illness. Lylian Block, who has finished her high school course in Ortonville, will begin her studies at the University of Illinois the first part of February. Remember the Junior candy sales every Friday afternoon at four o'clock. If you want some dandy candy, don't forget to come up to the school house. The Troop No. 2 of the Boy Scouts initiated Herbert Smith, Hollis Walk- er and Donald Waddens last Monday, and Troop No. 1 initiated Harold Rey- nolds and Leonard Ross. Last Thursday and Friday were Ex- amination days, being the end of the first semester. State Board examina- tions were given in Higher Algebra and American History. The second semester's work in Solid Geometry, Civics and Economics began Monday of this week. The Public Speaking Class is very busy working on the subject of "The Open and Closed Shop." They will learn a great deal if they scan over the material which is on the library tables. This is preparatory to the discussion contest which is to be given in all schools. The Senior high school boys' glee club has been started under the man- agement of Mr. Snesrud and Miss Tuesday was the day for special re- Irgens, The first meeting was held ports on China in the Modern History Tuesday morning at 8:30. Carleton C]:lSS. tuff was elected president; Bennie Mr. Snesrud gave an interesting and Hess, vice-president; and Robert Has- instructive talk Monday mgrning o slen, secretary. Twenty or more boys Respect for Property. turned out, and from the response The Senior class banner in maroon and gold arrived and was placed on the wall Thursday noon. Miss Bender and Miss Cassel are to leave Friday for Minneapolis to see Marlowe and southern plays in "Ham- let." The game between the high schools of Montevideo and Ortonville result- ed in a defeat for the latter, the score being 27 to 4. All the school children extend a hearty welcome to Miss McBride who returned to assume the former duties as damestic science teacher. As an example of the high cost of basketball, we have the Hen. Cyril Potter, with a missing tooth, the result of the Monte game Saturday night. The Freshman English classes have started the second semester by read- ing short stories which are reported on by the different members of the class. The Seniors have begun work on the Class play entitled "All on Account of Pblly." It's going to be a good one, and it is coming soon, so keep watch for the date. A squad of twenty girls are prac- rising basketball every Monday and Th!roday night. -No definite games have been scheduled as yet with other towns but we are developing a fine shown by the members, it s believed that there will be some pleasing re- sults of this organization. Relief Corlm Installs. The Relief Corps held installation of officers Wednesday afternoon at which the following officers were in- stalled by Mrs. John Crippen as In- stalling Officer. President, Mabel Chamberlin; Sen- ior Vice-President, Emma Welch; Ju-i nior Vice-President, Maude Hess; Treasurer and Musician, Corn Sco- field; Chaplain, Mary Enos; Conduc- tor, Nina Anderson, Secretary and Pa- triotic Instructor, Mat[is Rothwell; Gtard, Edith Miles; Assistant Guard, Hattie Fish; Assistant Conductor, Minnie Sarvis, Press Correspondent, Elizabeth Moore; Color. Bearers, Ad- dle Matthews, Martha Shult, Frona Muilica, Ethel Vipond; the first dele- gate elected to attend the state meet- hag was Mabel Chamberlin, second. Emma Welch, and first Alternate, Maud Hess; and second Alternate, Carrie Smith. A social time followed the meeting and excellent lunch was served. NOTICF, I have a carload of silos on hand. Write me and I'll give you prim and terms, Alvah I. Matthews, Ortonvllle, *88-6 Belva Kaercher TEACHER OF HARMONY Ortonville, Minu, FOR TRUCK and any kind of light draying Hausauer PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt A, Be Attorney at I Odd Fellows Buildi Ortoville, Min " DR. F: W. D. D. WHITE, D. C_ Spinographer - 12-13-14-15-16 ShumakCr Ortonville, Col. Wm. AUCTIONEF 30 years' experience. ing on your write me early and early date. Ortonviile, - YOUR COL.00 J. W. Real Estate,, Bred Stock and Fa A Specialty For dates write me at Graduate of Jones J.A. PIANO TUNIN # REPAIRIN PHONES--Residence Fumitm :All Work Orteavllle, WILL FINC Ii Experienced palt Phone 255-1, All Work ELMER '5"KB W'm,L Flftel Ym OrteavJ Minn. PAGE8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JANUARY amc of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed teffen, C, F ........... I 177 .... 3.70 teffeu, Emil .......... ] 327 ...... t 10.95 Jlt oc k. Gust ............ t 24tL ...... { 5.04 :Stock, Johanna ......... 35.[ ...... ] 7.42 torm, Peter ........... 66 ...... 22.42 truck, Carl ............ 136 ...... 2.84 ven A. H ............  194 t 5.20 chwandt, Herman ..... 475 'il00 14.71 hrader, Victor ....... 4flo ..... 1 n.n! "taws, August .......... [ 82] ...... I 2.75 "rcw s Carl ........... 1531 551 b.o "V'lking Threshing Co. . 50i ...... I 1.68 N/Velde, Cornelius ...... 3821.....] 798 "WVlkins. Ralph L, 405 ".1 ..... 23.94 Woodard, A. C ......... 217 .... 4.54 l'ust. Philip ........... 881 ::} 1,84 Zahrbock, Emilie ..... 502 .. 13.45 I TOWN OF OTREY Total 'Pax Rate by School Distriets lcluding State, County, Town or Village and School District Levies chool District No. 5 Mills 30.7 ,chool District No. 9 Mills 23.7 chool District No. 14 Mills 26.6 School District No. 42 Mills 23.6 S<hool District No 47 Mills 28.9 = " School District No. 49 Mills 26.4 School District No. 60 Mills 230 @ate of Taxation on Mossy and cents per $100) Credits 30 me of Person or Firm r Corporation Assessed .Anderson, A. B ......... .Anderson Albert ..... ..,Anderson Arthur ..... .,Anderson Aug. I ..... .Anderson Hans ...... .Anderson H. P ....... nderSon Julius ..... _Anderson N. C ....... ..AndersOn Sivert ..... ]Brown. Ernest ........ ronen, Boyd .......... Crones, M. A ........... ]rickson, Arne ........ lxeeman, J A .......... ardner. Gee .......... ardor, J. W .......... ]Hecot:k, H. W ......... l, ldgon, Ole ......... i1411strom. C. J ......... ljelmeland. Carl ..... _:[olm blad, Gust ........ Jwc.c bson, Oscar ....... Jer.:.on. J. K ........... Jansen, N B ........... -jansen, Otto .......... .Johnson, August ....... .lohnson. B. K .......... .Jol;mson. Edw ......... .Jhson, Emil C ....... JKnoll, Gee. H ......... KohL Win. C ........... ]KI,LDn. John ........ Lab.g-red, Arne ........ Ly. L. P .............. dquist, Albert T .... l 604]$... 384] ...... 984 ...... 196] ...... 773[ . 887 i!:: 3751 ...... 619t ...... 20Ol ...... 150[ ...... 222 ...... 316{ ...... 3001 ...... 3921 ...... I1541 ...... ll0l ...... 204]... .. 626i ...... 5171 200 62Ii ...... 149 76 583 ..... 426 100( 401 ...... 465 50{ ...., 241 ..... 979 ..... i 4 ..... 17 ..... ?s 5ol 17.45 9.65 2,83 6.47 18,25 11.19 8.85 17.89 4.72 3.97 7.32 9/14 8.67 12.94 35.43 338 4.83 18.10 17,66 17.95 4.92 1.80 16.85 14.17 9.47 16.84 10.04 6.63 7,95 23.20 3.36 13.41 3.00 4.67 10.68 Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed Lindqulst, Chas ......... i 453[ ...... ] LogaD, Thos. F ......... 411[ ...... I Logan, %Vm ............. t 4061 ...... I Matbison, Adolph ....... 1 736[ 400 M,Ah ison, Alfred ........ I 733! ...... [ Mathison, Olaf .......... / 4521 ...... [ Mlller, Ed .............. t 556] ...... [ Pearson, Nels ........... ] 628] ...... l Po(h-wils, Wm ........... [ 401] ...... [ Salverson, Floyd .......  262 ...... ] Saude, S. J .............. i 395[ ...... / Simonson. Sivert Sr ..... | 413[ ...... Simonson. Sivert Jr .....  140 ...... I St:,r]ey. Alfred ......... 395 ...... St een. Andreas ......... Steen. Elai ............. Storetm. Albert S ...... Storeim. John O ....... Thlel. Henry .......... Thompson, Mrs. Anna .. Thompsou. Elmer ..... Thompson. Peter ...... Voage, Gust ........... Voage. John ........... Vangsness, Herman .. V!lk. John ............ Weeding, John ......... o iliiil x x 1261t 2581 4S1 I ...... 6311 ...... 9s21 ...... 1 1651 ...... [ 3341 ...... I 3091 ...... [ 438] ...... { 384 500} 14.95 13.57 13.40 18.57 17.30 14.92 13.17 14.82 13.24 8.65 11.42 10.90 3.70 9.36 10.98 2.55 29.86 29.88 8.52 10.88 14.95 28.38 4.38 22.02 8.93 10.38 14.1 TOWN OF BIG STONE Total Tax Rate by Sehool Districts Incb'lng State County, Town or Village and School District Levies School District No. 2 Mills 83.4 School District No. 4 Mills 20. 2 School District No, 5 Mills 29.0 School District No. 9 Mills 22.0 School District No. 21 Mi113"27.7 School District No. 33 Mills 30.2 School District No. 34 Mills 267 School District No. 63 Mills 248 (Rate of Taxation on Money and Credits 30 cents per $100.) Name of Person or Firm o z Corporation Assessed I Anderson. Raynard ..... $ 378[$ ..... $ Arndt, Gee ............ 823 ..... Babbitt, Bert A ........ 719 ..... Barsema, Ralph ........ 9211 ..... Bevdan, Aline ......... 1650 ...... Block, F. L ............ Camus, Roy ........... Carlson, C. G .......... Cichy, Steve ........... De cksan, Albert ..... Hadley, G. R ........... Halleck, W. H ......... Hanson, W. K .......... Hanson, J. M .......... Hcllier;. G. L ........... HansOn, Waiter ........ Heldtke, R, O .......... Heathma W. D..." .... Hippie, Ralph ......... Hipple, Harry & Son ... Holmqnist, J. P ........ Holmquist. J. E ......... Holmquist, C G ........ Hudson. F. A .......... 1531 ...... I 283! ...... 605 450 270 ...... 137 ...... 233 1112::;;;;850 1029 257 iiii] 575 .. 26ii i177 1521 590 5000 93 100 9.37 24.85 24.02 26.71 4785 5.11 7.55 29.65 8.15 3.40 7.78 2.24 14.93 25.52 6.86 19.21 2.40 5.11 535 44.11 29.63 2.61 9.40 .27 Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed Johnsoft,Isler' 'redc. P.:::::::::'I Jolnson Godfrey ...... Johnson. Emil ......... JoLnson. Peter H ...... Jasper, N H ............ Johnson. P. A .......... Johnson. Walfred ..... Johnson. Oscar ........ Jnes, Chas ............ L&rson, Chas. F ........ tin,dell. Alfred ........ Mundweiler, H. E ..... MInick, O. H .......... McAllister, Geo. E ..... Mit telstadt. Carl ....... Mundweiler, L L ...... Nelson, August ...... Nolan, Thos ............. Paterson, Ernest ....... I 1-'at arson Swan ......... [ Paterson, Ole ........... t Rublschum. Mrs. C. H... Reynolds L. A .......... Sutton, J. J ............. 1 Swanson Bros ........... 1 Swanson, Chester & Ed- 1 win ................ Smlth, B. H ............. Saulsbury, V. J ......... Sn,lth, Davis ........... Schroeder. Gerhard .... Schellberg, Carl ....... Schneider. E H ........ Smith, J. A ............ Var.deventer. G. W ..... Wheat, J. D ........... "vVolfmeyer, Lewis J .... Yes[, F. B .............. Zakrlson, Chas ......... Zakrison, Anna (by Chas Z. Adm. ) ........... ZeLringer, Ed .......... Zammach. Jackson .... Zletz, Albert .......... 362[ ...... 8.97 4981.. 16.64 .. .80 502i 4012 28.80 51 5700 3419 2971 6625 29.78 6561 2250 28.66 !911 ...... 7.21 1881 ...... 9.63 " 2000 6.77 Is7 ..... 3.57 r4t ..... 17.71 1 )fig; ..... 31.00 1791 ..... 4,78 t331 ..... 13.07 .7 !i!!! 746 197! 13.26 112  8.33 575 ''6001 17,37180 48 ...... 1.61 498 ,:::::] 16.64 73 11.73 I03 ...... 13.46 4341 ..... 14.49 892[ 2000 35.79 149I ...... 3.97 8141 ...... I 23.61 119t ...... 3.60 4991 ...... 115.07 207 ...... I 6.91 372[ ] 12.43 205 ...... 6.85 736 ...... 22.22 447 14.93 380:::i;; 11.65237 3b ...... 10.42 3991 I1400t..44.85 251 400 1.87 6441 ...... 1945 2561 7.73 2181 658 . TOWN OF ARTICHOKE Total Tax Rate by School Dis[tiers Including State, County, Town or Village and School District Levies School District No, 13 Mills 27.8 School District No 14 Mills 29.5 School District No. 26 Mills 47.8 School District No. 42 Mills 26.5 School District No. 49 Mills 29.3 School District No. 52 Mills 31.3 School District No. 65 Mills 34.5 (Rate of Taxation on Money and Credits 30 cents per $100.) Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed Anderson, Otto ......... Anderson, Egan ........ An(;erson, Nat L ....... Abrahamson, Hans .... Allen, Willis ......... Allen. Ray ............ I 211 $ ..... [$ 7.28 525[, ' 18.11 455l, I 15.69 ....... 63 50( I 13.87 224. 6.56 .... i Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed t Anderson. Harry ....... 277. Ancerson. Clean (estate) 95]. Allen. Effle ................. / (.utler, Emma J ....... Beutler, A. F .......... 85 Iostad & Johnson ...... 21 Brusten, O. T ........... 11 Carlson, Axel .............. Ckrlstenson, Jens ...... 4 Christenson, Albert L.. 4 Carl, C. W .............. 10 Christenson, Julius ..... 4 Dorff, Edw ............. 4 Dttlefson, Dagmar ...... 4 Ditlefson Nicoline ...... 3 Dohak, tars ............ 2f Dobak, Slvert .......... 2 Dobak, John ........... 1.  Danielson, Dan (Estate) 1. Danlelson, Mrs. Mona ... 2 . Da;ielson, D. L ......... 8( Da:lelson Threshing Co. 10( Dal,ileson. tars ....... 1252 Dohak, J. S ............ 584 Emerson. Albert ....... 561 Fal!way, J. A .......... 100 Hanson. Claus ........ 144 liar, son. L. S .......... 592 Hanson. E. N ........... 112 Hanson. Hulda ........ 1{ Hanson, Leonard O .... 2: }Ianson. Fred ......... 5| Hagen, Sivert ......... 41 Hanson. C E .......... 2, Jclmson, O O .......... 21 Johnson. John R ....... 3' Joh r, son. Bros ......... 101 Jenson Bros." .......... 61 Jol.nson. M. A .......... 41 Johnson. Wm ........... 3: JoLnson, Leonard ...... 2 Johnson, Sorm 1! Jorgenson, Sivert ...... 1 Jo genson, H. P ......... 3 Jo'. genson, A. B ......... 3 Kotson, Elias ........ 5 Kctsteln, H. C .......... 2, Lovaas, Oscar .......... 3 Larson, A. B ............ 1 Lsrson. Michael ........ 3 Larson Ludwig A ....... Lund. Caleb ........... 3 Lund, Philip ........... 4 Land. Chas ............. 2 Mathlson, Sivert ........ 6 Mathison, S E .......... 3 Mathison, Ida ......... 2 Nelson, Nels .......... 3 Nelson, Ole ............ 5 Olson, Frank ......... 4 Olson, H. K ............. 2 Olson, Carl ........... 3 Olson, Christ .......... 1 Olson. A. L ............ 3 Otteson. Optander ......... Pullis. John .......... 3 Rodengen, H. T ........ 12 Robertson. Ewes .......... Rodengen, Oscar ...... 2 Rodengen, Julius ..... 3 Robertson. M. B ....... 3 Robertson. Inger ...... 1 Robertson Bros ....... 225 Reinke, Julius ........ 271 Sornson, Jens N ....... 27 Swenson, Jens ........ 46 Storeim, Hans ........ 35 Stor elm, Mary ........ 37 Svor, Steffen ......... 51 Stenstuen, Peter ...'... 24 Tot gerson. Edwin ..... 33 Torgcrson, Christ ..... 48 Thomas. Miles .......... 17 Voage, Axel ........... ] 23 Willing, W L .......... ] 15 Wcllsndorf, Wm ....... ] 178 WeHedorf, Roy ....... I 95 Watson Bros. : ......... ] 11 Wachter. C. H .......... / 3 Westerbo, B. A ......... [ ..... Westerbo, H. H ......... 22 W'esterbo, Christ A. M ........ Mathlson, Chas (guard- ian) 100 .. 10 80 35 100 50 ii001 8.11 2.79 3.00 9.00 25.34 10.04 40.34 2.10 16.42 14.60 28.00 23.33 12.62 1.16 9.76 7.59 7.71 4.60 557 38.62 25.40 29.30 36.58 1828 20.04 2.78 10.76 7.54 7.67 12.95 12.9'3 10.87 15.14 8.35 9.37 13.51 5.04 7.33 4.79 55778 28.19 38.87 10.87 1.05 10.9 1.50 3.30 @ Professional and { Business C. E. SIGLOH For Expert Phone 284-L Ortonville. JOE BAYER & Of the Ortonville Tailo All kinds of cleaning and neatly done. Suits Made to Orders. Ortonviile, ELECTRIC SHOP Shoes repaired and ly. Our Work GUS. E. ANDERSON, JOHN Light Hauling of all Express and Baggg Telephone 287 Ortonvfll& PAUL DIRN Brick Layer and Stoe Mason and All Cement Wovl Ortonville, Minn. PETERSON & Dray Line Big Stone Lake I Phone 38 Kodak Prompt, Quality Service, Prices. THE REED Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. OSTEOPATHIC One block uphill fror rug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet (For rheumatism, F. I BROWN THE JEWELER ' Ortouville. . -[ WANT ADS FOR STALE OR TRADE--Full blood] Duroc Jersey Boar, son of Path- finder. Cholera Immune. Come and] look at .him. Norman E. Bruns, Or-I tonviHe, Minn., R. F.D. No. 2. 38-2 F(R RENT--Five room house alllt ready for occupancy withstoves[ set up. Inquire of W. H. Matthews,[ citT. *35-41 FOR SALE---A few milk cows com- ing fresh soon. Ray Thyne/ 36-2 SAWDUST FOR SALEThree car- loads of sawdust for sale at a price that is right. Inquire at the Inde- pemtent office. URE DEATH to chicken licejust sift it in the dust box, the hens do the rest. Cans 65c and $1.00 at the Feed Store. 36-tf t" A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' ,clothes to clean and press. City failor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12'-tf IN:)R SALD--Ladies' and Gents Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf _&TTENTION FARMERS: Having rebuilt my corn sheller, I am now prepared to shell your corn and at the old price of 2c per bu- shel. Roy Wellendorf, Ortonville, phone 327, Odessa. *36-4 ]FOR RENT---Six modern rooms with bath, over store on main street. Phone 160. 37-tf IEMSTITCHINC,---Wifl do hemstitch- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. addans. 27-tf-e /,OSTBlack Leather purse on main street, containing over $3.00, Purse was a gift and valued highly as such. Finder please return to Mrs. C. S. Hasslen for reward. 38-1p tRrtAYEDPoland China Boar pig from my place. Pete Classen, Cor- rell, Minn. "38-3 An Ontario farmer caught a young 'oman doing a "September Morn" on is property and had her haled before the county magistrate. "What's the harge?" asked his honor. "Takin' a bath in the spring, your vusship," said the constab!e. The aged dispenser of jusriee con- salted a dog-eared op3 of the statutes tr bused himself in its pages for everal minutes; then closing the legal tame and stroking his beard he said very solemnly, "The charge is dismis- sed and the miss is discharged, I find lat he had just as mush right to t a lmth in the sprin  i e NET EARNINGS BY DEPART- MENTS IS SHOWN IN REPORT (Continued from page 1) Receipts into the state treasury for the twelve months ending December 31, 1921 were: State Taxes ...................... $11,271,650.08 Railroad companies ........ 8,61 " ,663.04 Telephone. companies .... 424,394.06 Telegraph companies .... 33,118.69 Sleeping car companies 244,50.22 Express companies ...... 134,606.47 Freight line companies 21,107.00 Insurance companies ...... 1,066.014.25 Inheritance taxes ............ 901,984.08 Vessel Tonnage .............. 29,632.50 Departmental fees and earnings are as follows: Insurance commission $.. Dairy & Food commis- sion ................................ Game and Fish commis- sion State "Securitie's'" Com mission .......................... State Athletic Commis- sion ................................ Public Librtry Commis- sion ................................ Live Stock Weighing .... Oil Inspectio .................. State Fire Marshall ........ Examining Financial Of- ceS ................................ Re-assessments expen- ses .................................. Seed Potatoe Inspection Boiler Inspection .......... Hotel Inspection ............ Notarial Commissions .... 'reachers' Employment.. State Banks .................... Motor V. Licenses (Old Law) .............................. 25,895.00 Motor V. Licenses (New law) .............................. 5,616,113.60 Secretary of State .......... 8,061.35 Weights & Measures Dept ................. ./. ............ 5,812.21 Ineorporation Fees ........ 107,705.00 Bonus on State Loans .... 93,737.23 State Board of Medical Examiners .................... 7,332.50 State Board of Chiro- practic Examiners ......... 520.00 State Board of Law Ex- aminers ........................ 2,300.00 Earnings of State Insti- tutions .......................... 1,358,116.13 Earnings of Sta Uni- versity ............................ 2,105,708.18 Grain and Hay Inspec- tions .............................. 919,131.82 State Agricultural So- cieties .......................... Scaling Fees ................... Interest on daily bank balances ........................ 620,214.64 Supreme Court ................ 5,537.17 Interest on Loan to State Prison 616.33 state Tesi'"iii";J ing Fund ...................... 17,858.62 Royalty on Iron Ore ...L. 1,00905 126,583.14 175,518.14 397,727.69 55,589.87 17,487.23 10,380.60 33,455.54 173,488.17 61,622.66 6,907.47 Timber on State Lands 454,217.81 Grass on State Lands .... 206.70 Sand & Gravel ................ 11,516.16 Principal paid on land contracts ...................... 214,125.60 Interest paid on land Contracts ...................... 252.045.59 Principal paid on state Loans ............................ 1,200,266.07 Interest paid on state loans .............................. 1,093,596.63 Prison Twine & Machin- ery Plant ...................... 2,521,231.88 Teachers' Insurance & Retirement Fund ...... 154,82.14 Redemption o f Trust Bonds ............................ 80,000.00 Interest on Trust Bonds 218,907.30 Trunk Highway Funds (U. S. Receipts) ........ 80,673.98 Miscellaneous .................. 8,475.045.15 Total .......................... $50,997,926.94 Disbursements for 12 months end: ing December 31, 1921: Executiv Departments (5) ................................... $ 173,722.60 Judicial Expenses .......... 309,524.38 Legislative ExpenSes ...... 424,559.22 State Boards, Commis- sions and other state accounts ........................ 2,550,000.00 Agricultural activities .... 511,500.09 State Lands and Parks 183,366.40 National Guard, Naval 2,352.88 Militia, etc., .................. 304,771.29 6,201.421 National G u a r d Ar- 18,537.05 mories ............................ 291774.00 41,703.45 Motor Vehicle Licenses .. 203,173.20 8,292.00 Educational D e p a r t- 12i751.95 ments ............................ 292,185.73 68,730.96 High, Graded, Semi- Graded Rural Schools 3,508.050.69 Public School Libraries 60,881,54 Care of New and Old Capitol Buildings ...... 223,329.85 County Sanatariums ...... 183,283.71 Printing, Binding and Publishing .................... 247,027,46 State Trust Fund Bonus 176,677.49 Tuition for Soldiers and Sailors .......................... 242,065.76 Fire Departments .......... 229,018.57 Wolf & Horse Thief Bounties ........................ 53,579.50 Drainage & Assessments 269,605.52 Prison Twine & Ma- chinery Plant .............. 2,532,420.01 Soldiers' Bonus ................ 7,256,919.72 Soldiers' Bonus Certifi- cates of Indebtedness 3,667,201.35 Trunk Highway Fund .... 5,677,242.83 Support of State Insti- tutions .......................... 3,645,792.61 293,732.81 New Buildings, Repairs 31,807.88 and improvements ...... "752,925.34 Forest Fires Relief ...... 262,717.44 Apportionment to Coun- ties for Support of Schools .......................... 3,208,940.34 State University Sup- port ........................... =.... 4,884,425.42 New Buildings, Repairs Sdldiers Home Support.. 196,955.73 Trust Fund Investments 4,120,910.00 Grain Inspection ............ 839,128.28 State Road & Bridge to Counties ........................ 1,802,775.74 Maintenance o f State Highways Dept. (Jan. 1, 1921, to May 31, 1921) .............................. 221,291.96 Inheritances Taxes Paid to Counties .................. 92,614.62 Relief of old soldiers and their families ........ 240,395.83 State Board of Relief .... 45,750.50 State Board of Relief Tax Account ................ 55,977.27 Miscellaneous ................... 513,279.14 Total ........................... $51,389,747.26 @ @ I @ SCHOOL NOTES I Reporters:Loville Cronen, Senior; Hoken Gjesdahl, Junior; Huldah John- son, Sophomore; Edith Carlson, Fresh- man; Fern Hudson, Eighth Grade; Percy Stotesbury_,, Sev___enth Grade. Ruby toy has returned to school after an absence of about a week. Mrs. Hanes was not able to be in school Monday on account-of illness. Lylian Block, who has finished her high school course in Ortonville, will begin her studies at the University of Illinois the first part of February. Remember the Junior candy sales every Friday afternoon at four o'clock. If you want some dandy candy, don't forget to come up to the school house. The Troop No. 2 of the Boy Scouts initiated Herbert Smith, Hollis Walk- er and Donald Waddens last Monday, and Troop No. 1 initiated Harold Rey- nolds and Leonard Ross. Last Thursday and Friday were Ex- amination days, being the end of the first semester. State Board examina- tions were given in Higher Algebra and American History. The second semester's work in Solid Geometry, Civics and Economics began Monday of this week. The Public Speaking Class is very busy working on the subject of "The Open and Closed Shop." They will learn a great deal if they scan over the material which is on the library tables. This is preparatory to the discussion contest which is to be given in all schools. The Senior high school boys' glee club has been started under the man- agement of Mr. Snesrud and Miss Tuesday was the day for special re- Irgens, The first meeting was held ports on China in the Modern History Tuesday morning at 8:30. Carleton C]:lSS. tuff was elected president; Bennie Mr. Snesrud gave an interesting and Hess, vice-president; and Robert Has- instructive talk Monday mgrning o slen, secretary. Twenty or more boys Respect for Property. turned out, and from the response The Senior class banner in maroon and gold arrived and was placed on the wall Thursday noon. Miss Bender and Miss Cassel are to leave Friday for Minneapolis to see Marlowe and southern plays in "Ham- let." The game between the high schools of Montevideo and Ortonville result- ed in a defeat for the latter, the score being 27 to 4. All the school children extend a hearty welcome to Miss McBride who returned to assume the former duties as damestic science teacher. As an example of the high cost of basketball, we have the Hen. Cyril Potter, with a missing tooth, the result of the Monte game Saturday night. The Freshman English classes have started the second semester by read- ing short stories which are reported on by the different members of the class. The Seniors have begun work on the Class play entitled "All on Account of Pblly." It's going to be a good one, and it is coming soon, so keep watch for the date. A squad of twenty girls are prac- rising basketball every Monday and Th!roday night. -No definite games have been scheduled as yet with other towns but we are developing a fine shown by the members, it s believed that there will be some pleasing re- sults of this organization. Relief Corlm Installs. The Relief Corps held installation of officers Wednesday afternoon at which the following officers were in- stalled by Mrs. John Crippen as In- stalling Officer. President, Mabel Chamberlin; Sen- ior Vice-President, Emma Welch; Ju-i nior Vice-President, Maude Hess; Treasurer and Musician, Corn Sco- field; Chaplain, Mary Enos; Conduc- tor, Nina Anderson, Secretary and Pa- triotic Instructor, Mat[is Rothwell; Gtard, Edith Miles; Assistant Guard, Hattie Fish; Assistant Conductor, Minnie Sarvis, Press Correspondent, Elizabeth Moore; Color. Bearers, Ad- dle Matthews, Martha Shult, Frona Muilica, Ethel Vipond; the first dele- gate elected to attend the state meet- hag was Mabel Chamberlin, second. Emma Welch, and first Alternate, Maud Hess; and second Alternate, Carrie Smith. A social time followed the meeting and excellent lunch was served. NOTICF, I have a carload of silos on hand. Write me and I'll give you prim and terms, Alvah I. Matthews, Ortonvllle, *88-6 Belva Kaercher TEACHER OF HARMONY Ortonville, Minu, FOR TRUCK and any kind of light draying Hausauer PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt A, Be Attorney at I Odd Fellows Buildi Ortoville, Min " DR. F: W. D. D. WHITE, D. C_ Spinographer - 12-13-14-15-16 ShumakCr Ortonville, Col. Wm. AUCTIONEF 30 years' experience. ing on your write me early and early date. Ortonviile, - YOUR COL.00 J. W. Real Estate,, Bred Stock and Fa A Specialty For dates write me at Graduate of Jones J.A. PIANO TUNIN # REPAIRIN PHONES--Residence Fumitm :All Work Orteavllle, WILL FINC Ii Experienced palt Phone 255-1, All Work ELMER '5"KB W'm,L Flftel Ym OrteavJ Minn. PAGE $ THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDFJI' tt t ..... _  - 00!ili TOWN OF BIG TON oF Corporation Assessed   { r ...... i a go Ja) ,r, N. H ............ Joblmon, Waltrd ..... Jo,o. Oa ..... ul,den Alfred ...... M{t tlstadt, Carl ........ Mudwel{er, t. L ...... p,t *.reon, Ol .......... 81,:It h, DVla .......... 8chroeder, rhnrd .... H*lon. Leonard O ..... 8eUellberK Carl tYon, ra ......... 8ndtu J. A ............ ltmeon, C.  ........... Voaventer. O. W ..... JUnSO., O. O .......... aolmon. Wm ........... Z Adm.) ........... Jolt,on, Sorm .. ,.. onra .,.... ron Ludwl  ...... bm,a Caleb ........... 8Choot District LeV*eS Mtblo, S i .......... gchool District No. 5 Mnls 3t 3 Olon, Ohrlst ........... Ott eson, Optender ..... PUHI, $ohn .......... -  gg N obertsoo Bro ....... lttol ,Im ......... or Cor0ortldn ae..oa . g  1 St*nstu Pete ..... ii! i ..................... ,)]dorL Roy ...... Wl,*n ,O,. ........ Alntern,  n ........ t25 ...... 18.11 Weterbo, It A ....... .................. !i!'il AnaTon. rr ....... cl c w .............. Professional and C. E. S1GLOlt For hoert lez 284-L the O-u,,dlte neatly do t Made ELECTRB SHOP ,, GUS. E. ANDERSON, 1 Light Hauli Exp and Telephone 28T le Mun d All Cement Weda Olonlle, Min PETERSON & DIa Lm Big U Kodak THE REED OSTEOPATHIC Ste F" I BROWI THE JEWELE i i  EARNINGS BY DEPART. WANT ADS MBNTS 18 SHOWN IN REPORT (Continaed f e 1) IOR STALE OR TRADE--Full blood sr Jery Bo. n of Path- Receipts into the state tasttry for tder. Cholera Immu. CO and the twelve months ending Dber lk at hl No.an E. Brans. Or- 3L 1921 we: / tonvJlle. Minn. P F. D. No. . "38-2 State Tes .................... $11.271.650.08 gailad mpanles ..... 8,617.663.04 ]FOR RENT--Five om nuse ,al{ telephone mpanies 42494.06 rely for upancy with stoves telegraph companies 33A18.69  up. lnFi of W. H. Matthews, Sleeping  eompardeg 24450.22 dry. --854 Express companl , .. 13406,47 Freight line eompanlee 21.107,00 FOR SAI.YA few milk cows cam- [ur companies _. t,066.014.25 lag fsh mn. Pay Thyne. 36-2 [nherltanee taxes 901.984.08 29.682.50 IIAWDUST FOR SALEThree car- Vesl Tonnage los of sawdust for le t  pli DePartmental fs d rnings a that is righL lnqui at tile Inde.  fellows: pendent of. [nrance mmlssion  126.583,14 Dairy & Food mmi- IURE I)EATH to ehlcken lic--just Men ..................... lq5.51S,14 ift it iu the dust box* the hens do Game and Fish ommis. the st. Cs 65c d $1.00 at tim ston .............................. 397.727,69 Fd Sto. 36-It state 8eCUles Com- rMion ...... 58,5897 AA 'd  State Athletic C .... lh to clean and p$, City sion ..................... 171487.28 Teller Shop. A. W. YOUlI, p Fublic Libra W ommls- Live Stock Weighing .... 33.45.54 lieOR SALI-Ladles' and Genta' Tail- 011 Inspectioa 173,488.17 red Suits for te at le Cit Tl- tate Fire Mahv]l ...... 61.62.66 or 1 12.tf xining Financial OI- ArENTION FARMERS: fl ............................. 6.907.47 Having rebuilt my cam sheller, I R-asent expert* am now prepared to shell yottr m ses ............................. 222.88 at the old prI of 2e per bu. Seed Potatoe ll'Ion 6.201.42 lel. Rely Wellendol'/, Oftohville, Boiler Inpet ...... 18.F7.05 phone 827, Odsa. *36-4 Hotel Ilmptlon .......... 4 L703.4 FOR RENTix mode ms wlt No tarial Co--lesion.. 8 292.00 bath, over stem on rllain stleet, reh' Emploen. 1217111.95 phone 160. 37-tt state Bks .............. 68.796 Motor V, Lin (Old /MSTITCHINC.--WHI do hemstitch- Law] 269.00 Lg at 10 per yard. M L L. Motor V. Lleee (N Wmd 2.tf law) ............................. 5,616.118.60 Serary of state ...... 8.06t.35 ][)ST--BIk Leathor purse on mmn weights & Meures tmet, containing over 3,00. IIM Dept ................. ( ............ 5.812,21 wl a gift ali valued hilly ae llrpotion Fees . 10,70,00 such Finder plese x. m to Mr Bon on State Loans.. 98.737.23 C. S. Hassl for ward. 8-1p state Brd of MedleZl Emine .......... 7$2. I'RAYD--Pold China Box pig State Board Of Chi from my p[e. Pete C[st. Car- prti Examl ..... 520*00 11. Min *.8 State Board of Law Ex- v#Iners .............. 2.800.00 An Ontario fer uglL a young Esing of State lnsti- om doing a "Sptembr MO" on tutlon .................... 1.38.116.13 is property d had her haled beo Endings of Sta. Uni- the county magistrate, versiLy ............. 2,105,70g-18 "Wist's th e eJtgs?" asked his Grain and Hay Ipee- hon. ttons ....................... 919.131.82 "Mdn' a bath in the sprin, your State Affrleultnl SO- luhip," said the collslble, cletles .................. The aged dlspener of Judce con- Scaling Fs ................ tllted a dog-eared eopj of the stalteg Interest on daily bank Im d kmelf in paeelts r lanees ...................... ,ed mittt; +hen elcaag t le.. Sapre Crt .............. lle  stkil hi beard he d Interest  Lon to State she kM Jo s lag bath  ttte  I,m a tin 0n I Ore ...'... / Timber on State Lands 48417.81 Sdldie HO Support 196.95t73 Lyli Blk, Grass on State Lsnas 2O6.7O Trust Fund Investments 4.120.9100 high sehoel u in Ortonvlle, Grain luspecon 839.128.28 begin her studies at the University ot Sand & Gvel ...... 11.516.16 State Road & Bfld to Ininois the first part of February. HARMONY Pnnpal pm on land Counties ................ 102.77.74 Remember the Junior eady sales contrls ..... 214.125.60 Malnten e State evelTFndayafteteenat four o'cLock Integer pld or land Highways DepL (Jan. If you want me dandy ndy, don't * Contrts 22.045.59 1. 1921. to May 31. forget to cve u Pnclpal paid en s 1921 221.291.96 The Troop No. 2 of the Boy Su Ls ................. 1C607 Inheritances Tes Paid initiated Herbert Srth, any kd of light Intent prod en sm to Coun ............... 92.614.62 er ann Donald Waddens Ist loans .................. 1.093.596.6a Relief ef old ldiers and Top Plqn wine & Macblu. d their famlli 24O.395.83 nolde d Leonard Rose. PHONE 265 cry plant .......... 221.231.88 State Board of Rellef 48.750.5C Teaehe' Insunee & State Board c Relief lstThursdayandFdaywe Rerement Fnd 1482.14 Tax Aeount ............. 55.977.27 amntion Redemption o f Tt fiellanus. 51,279.14 first semter. Bends 80.00.00 -- tlens we glve in Higher Algebr Intent on Trust Bond 218.9C.30 Total ............ $51.389.747.26 and Amebean History. Tnk Highway Funds semite.s work in Attorney at Dk (U. S. Receipts) 80.673.98 e m , Civies d Economi Miscellan 8.475.05.1 SCHOOL OTS | of this  _  The Public SpeaPdn fetal ............ $50,99%92&94 Repe.rs--Lolle Craven, Seior; bsy working n the aubject of "Tht Dlsbursemente for 12 months end- Hoken Gjsdahl. Junior; HuLdah Jehn- Open mid Closed Shop." They DR. ins Deeber 31. 1921: son, Sephome; Edith Carlsnn. Fh- le a m; F Hndsol Eighth Grade: Exutive Depmen Pery Stoteshury, Snth Grade table. This  preptory D.D. S ..............................  17.7260 -- dispassion ntest which is to be dver Judicial Expends 30924. Ruby Lay hag retued to school in all sehool 12-13-14-1S-16 Shumal Legislative Expense. 42459.22 after an abnc of abt a week. The Serdor high schoot boys' glet State Boards, Commis- slens and other tate M. H  not azs . 2a5000.0C hl Monday on ount'nt illss of Mr. saesrd and Mis AgnRur aetivies. 51,600.0C Tuesday ws the dly for spedal - Irgen The flt mttng woe hek CoL Win. state Lands and ParXs 1836.40 po Tuesday racrnlng at 8:3O. AUCIIONEg NaonH Grd, Nawi class, elected president; SO yealz' experr N' MtllUa, etc,, ............ Hess, i-presldt; Nstton Guard A modes ......................... fm the po Meter Vehl IAes sho by the member, it is betided OlnVbl Fmonal Dopar be some pier.rig High, Graded. Sm[- Gdd Bml Schools  Ccr In,t*ll COL* J. Publ Seheol Lrora The Reef Corps held instaHat mini Care of Nv d Old Wednemlay Bred Stt ar Capitel Buildings. County sanatau .. stalled by Mra John Cdpp ss For dates  ms at Printing, Blndg and stlling ameer. ' Glldte of Jones tblisbing Fsident, Mabel Chamberlln; Sen- State Trust Fund Bourn ior V{ePridt Emm Weh; Ju- Tulton for Scldie sd J. L Sailors ..................... or Vice-President, Maude Hess; Fi Deparlments. Treur d Muekn, eld; Chaplain, Mary Enes; Condu Wolf & Ho Tef r, Nina Andezon, Srary d Pa- PHONEe BounCes ..................... rtoUe Instrucr, Matte RothwelL; Dranaze & Assessments 5dard, Edith Miles; Astnt Guard, Prison Twt & a- Kattle Fish; Atant Conductor, ehinery Ht ........... Hlnne Sires, Ps Correspondent, Soldier' Bon ............ fizabeth M; Color. B, Ad- $oldiem' Banns Cer- mer ey Martha Sh eateB of Indebtedness stos which  portod ipdl the lprkzd Trunk Highway Fnd. on by tha ga Support ef stats Infi- g was Mabel Cberlin, Pme IIt mons ................... New Buildings, Repal The Seno ha begun rk on th, WeLch, and flt. d lpvemenm ...... Mud He; and 1 Rell 3arde snark g a, so keep ware he melng ILM  for So,pert of Sdlcols ....................... A squad of lvenw a ar p Uivrdig  ttsl buktlli ewl7 Monday  NOTICFtl  on lured. Writ m ml lql $1w you pri and  804.771.29 lnttuetive talk Monday momg 9174.00 Respect for Property. 20,173.20 The I crier ds b d gotd arrived d wag placed or S92.185"78,the wall Thursday nn. Mi Bder d Miss leave FHday for Mlnpolis to Marlowe d Iouthe laye in "Ham- The game btn the tdgh schco being 27 to 4. All the school hearty welme to A  rumple cf the high t o ge Saturday rht PAGE8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JANUARY amc of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed teffen, C, F ........... I 177 .... 3.70 teffeu, Emil .......... ] 327 ...... t 10.95 Jlt oc k. Gust ............ t 24tL ...... { 5.04 :Stock, Johanna ......... 35.[ ...... ] 7.42 torm, Peter ........... 66 ...... 22.42 truck, Carl ............ 136 ...... 2.84 ven A. H ............  194 t 5.20 chwandt, Herman ..... 475 'il00 14.71 hrader, Victor ....... 4flo ..... 1 n.n! "taws, August .......... [ 82] ...... I 2.75 "rcw s Carl ........... 1531 551 b.o "V'lking Threshing Co. . 50i ...... I 1.68 N/Velde, Cornelius ...... 3821.....] 798 "WVlkins. Ralph L, 405 ".1 ..... 23.94 Woodard, A. C ......... 217 .... 4.54 l'ust. Philip ........... 881 ::} 1,84 Zahrbock, Emilie ..... 502 .. 13.45 I TOWN OF OTREY Total 'Pax Rate by School Distriets lcluding State, County, Town or Village and School District Levies chool District No. 5 Mills 30.7 ,chool District No. 9 Mills 23.7 chool District No. 14 Mills 26.6 School District No. 42 Mills 23.6 S<hool District No 47 Mills 28.9 = " School District No. 49 Mills 26.4 School District No. 60 Mills 230 @ate of Taxation on Mossy and cents per $100) Credits 30 me of Person or Firm r Corporation Assessed .Anderson, A. B ......... .Anderson Albert ..... ..,Anderson Arthur ..... .,Anderson Aug. I ..... .Anderson Hans ...... .Anderson H. P ....... nderSon Julius ..... _Anderson N. C ....... ..AndersOn Sivert ..... ]Brown. Ernest ........ ronen, Boyd .......... Crones, M. A ........... ]rickson, Arne ........ lxeeman, J A .......... ardner. Gee .......... ardor, J. W .......... ]Hecot:k, H. W ......... l, ldgon, Ole ......... i1411strom. C. J ......... ljelmeland. Carl ..... _:[olm blad, Gust ........ Jwc.c bson, Oscar ....... Jer.:.on. J. K ........... Jansen, N B ........... -jansen, Otto .......... .Johnson, August ....... .lohnson. B. K .......... .Jol;mson. Edw ......... .Jhson, Emil C ....... JKnoll, Gee. H ......... KohL Win. C ........... ]KI,LDn. John ........ Lab.g-red, Arne ........ Ly. L. P .............. dquist, Albert T .... l 604]$... 384] ...... 984 ...... 196] ...... 773[ . 887 i!:: 3751 ...... 619t ...... 20Ol ...... 150[ ...... 222 ...... 316{ ...... 3001 ...... 3921 ...... I1541 ...... ll0l ...... 204]... .. 626i ...... 5171 200 62Ii ...... 149 76 583 ..... 426 100( 401 ...... 465 50{ ...., 241 ..... 979 ..... i 4 ..... 17 ..... ?s 5ol 17.45 9.65 2,83 6.47 18,25 11.19 8.85 17.89 4.72 3.97 7.32 9/14 8.67 12.94 35.43 338 4.83 18.10 17,66 17.95 4.92 1.80 16.85 14.17 9.47 16.84 10.04 6.63 7,95 23.20 3.36 13.41 3.00 4.67 10.68 Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed Lindqulst, Chas ......... i 453[ ...... ] LogaD, Thos. F ......... 411[ ...... I Logan, %Vm ............. t 4061 ...... I Matbison, Adolph ....... 1 736[ 400 M,Ah ison, Alfred ........ I 733! ...... [ Mathison, Olaf .......... / 4521 ...... [ Mlller, Ed .............. t 556] ...... [ Pearson, Nels ........... ] 628] ...... l Po(h-wils, Wm ........... [ 401] ...... [ Salverson, Floyd .......  262 ...... ] Saude, S. J .............. i 395[ ...... / Simonson. Sivert Sr ..... | 413[ ...... Simonson. Sivert Jr .....  140 ...... I St:,r]ey. Alfred ......... 395 ...... St een. Andreas ......... Steen. Elai ............. Storetm. Albert S ...... Storeim. John O ....... Thlel. Henry .......... Thompson, Mrs. Anna .. Thompsou. Elmer ..... Thompson. Peter ...... Voage, Gust ........... Voage. John ........... Vangsness, Herman .. V!lk. John ............ Weeding, John ......... o iliiil x x 1261t 2581 4S1 I ...... 6311 ...... 9s21 ...... 1 1651 ...... [ 3341 ...... I 3091 ...... [ 438] ...... { 384 500} 14.95 13.57 13.40 18.57 17.30 14.92 13.17 14.82 13.24 8.65 11.42 10.90 3.70 9.36 10.98 2.55 29.86 29.88 8.52 10.88 14.95 28.38 4.38 22.02 8.93 10.38 14.1 TOWN OF BIG STONE Total Tax Rate by Sehool Districts Incb'lng State County, Town or Village and School District Levies School District No. 2 Mills 83.4 School District No. 4 Mills 20. 2 School District No, 5 Mills 29.0 School District No. 9 Mills 22.0 School District No. 21 Mi113"27.7 School District No. 33 Mills 30.2 School District No. 34 Mills 267 School District No. 63 Mills 248 (Rate of Taxation on Money and Credits 30 cents per $100.) Name of Person or Firm o z Corporation Assessed I Anderson. Raynard ..... $ 378[$ ..... $ Arndt, Gee ............ 823 ..... Babbitt, Bert A ........ 719 ..... Barsema, Ralph ........ 9211 ..... Bevdan, Aline ......... 1650 ...... Block, F. L ............ Camus, Roy ........... Carlson, C. G .......... Cichy, Steve ........... De cksan, Albert ..... Hadley, G. R ........... Halleck, W. H ......... Hanson, W. K .......... Hanson, J. M .......... Hcllier;. G. L ........... HansOn, Waiter ........ Heldtke, R, O .......... Heathma W. D..." .... Hippie, Ralph ......... Hipple, Harry & Son ... Holmqnist, J. P ........ Holmquist. J. E ......... Holmquist, C G ........ Hudson. F. A .......... 1531 ...... I 283! ...... 605 450 270 ...... 137 ...... 233 1112::;;;;850 1029 257 iiii] 575 .. 26ii i177 1521 590 5000 93 100 9.37 24.85 24.02 26.71 4785 5.11 7.55 29.65 8.15 3.40 7.78 2.24 14.93 25.52 6.86 19.21 2.40 5.11 535 44.11 29.63 2.61 9.40 .27 Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed Johnsoft,Isler' 'redc. P.:::::::::'I Jolnson Godfrey ...... Johnson. Emil ......... JoLnson. Peter H ...... Jasper, N H ............ Johnson. P. A .......... Johnson. Walfred ..... Johnson. Oscar ........ Jnes, Chas ............ L&rson, Chas. F ........ tin,dell. Alfred ........ Mundweiler, H. E ..... MInick, O. H .......... McAllister, Geo. E ..... Mit telstadt. Carl ....... Mundweiler, L L ...... Nelson, August ...... Nolan, Thos ............. Paterson, Ernest ....... I 1-'at arson Swan ......... [ Paterson, Ole ........... t Rublschum. Mrs. C. H... Reynolds L. A .......... Sutton, J. J ............. 1 Swanson Bros ........... 1 Swanson, Chester & Ed- 1 win ................ Smlth, B. H ............. Saulsbury, V. J ......... Sn,lth, Davis ........... Schroeder. Gerhard .... Schellberg, Carl ....... Schneider. E H ........ Smith, J. A ............ Var.deventer. G. W ..... Wheat, J. D ........... "vVolfmeyer, Lewis J .... Yes[, F. B .............. Zakrlson, Chas ......... Zakrison, Anna (by Chas Z. Adm. ) ........... ZeLringer, Ed .......... Zammach. Jackson .... Zletz, Albert .......... 362[ ...... 8.97 4981.. 16.64 .. .80 502i 4012 28.80 51 5700 3419 2971 6625 29.78 6561 2250 28.66 !911 ...... 7.21 1881 ...... 9.63 " 2000 6.77 Is7 ..... 3.57 r4t ..... 17.71 1 )fig; ..... 31.00 1791 ..... 4,78 t331 ..... 13.07 .7 !i!!! 746 197! 13.26 112  8.33 575 ''6001 17,37180 48 ...... 1.61 498 ,:::::] 16.64 73 11.73 I03 ...... 13.46 4341 ..... 14.49 892[ 2000 35.79 149I ...... 3.97 8141 ...... I 23.61 119t ...... 3.60 4991 ...... 115.07 207 ...... I 6.91 372[ ] 12.43 205 ...... 6.85 736 ...... 22.22 447 14.93 380:::i;; 11.65237 3b ...... 10.42 3991 I1400t..44.85 251 400 1.87 6441 ...... 1945 2561 7.73 2181 658 . TOWN OF ARTICHOKE Total Tax Rate by School Dis[tiers Including State, County, Town or Village and School District Levies School District No, 13 Mills 27.8 School District No 14 Mills 29.5 School District No. 26 Mills 47.8 School District No. 42 Mills 26.5 School District No. 49 Mills 29.3 School District No. 52 Mills 31.3 School District No. 65 Mills 34.5 (Rate of Taxation on Money and Credits 30 cents per $100.) Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed Anderson, Otto ......... Anderson, Egan ........ An(;erson, Nat L ....... Abrahamson, Hans .... Allen, Willis ......... Allen. Ray ............ I 211 $ ..... [$ 7.28 525[, ' 18.11 455l, I 15.69 ....... 63 50( I 13.87 224. 6.56 .... i Name of Person or Firm or Corporation Assessed t Anderson. Harry ....... 277. Ancerson. Clean (estate) 95]. Allen. Effle ................. / (.utler, Emma J ....... Beutler, A. F .......... 85 Iostad & Johnson ...... 21 Brusten, O. T ........... 11 Carlson, Axel .............. Ckrlstenson, Jens ...... 4 Christenson, Albert L.. 4 Carl, C. W .............. 10 Christenson, Julius ..... 4 Dorff, Edw ............. 4 Dttlefson, Dagmar ...... 4 Ditlefson Nicoline ...... 3 Dohak, tars ............ 2f Dobak, Slvert .......... 2 Dobak, John ........... 1.  Danielson, Dan (Estate) 1. Danlelson, Mrs. Mona ... 2 . Da;ielson, D. L ......... 8( Da:lelson Threshing Co. 10( Dal,ileson. tars ....... 1252 Dohak, J. S ............ 584 Emerson. Albert ....... 561 Fal!way, J. A .......... 100 Hanson. Claus ........ 144 liar, son. L. S .......... 592 Hanson. E. N ........... 112 Hanson. Hulda ........ 1{ Hanson, Leonard O .... 2: }Ianson. Fred ......... 5| Hagen, Sivert ......... 41 Hanson. C E .......... 2, Jclmson, O O .......... 21 Johnson. John R ....... 3' Joh r, son. Bros ......... 101 Jenson Bros." .......... 61 Jol.nson. M. A .......... 41 Johnson. Wm ........... 3: JoLnson, Leonard ...... 2 Johnson, Sorm 1! Jorgenson, Sivert ...... 1 Jo genson, H. P ......... 3 Jo'. genson, A. B ......... 3 Kotson, Elias ........ 5 Kctsteln, H. C .......... 2, Lovaas, Oscar .......... 3 Larson, A. B ............ 1 Lsrson. Michael ........ 3 Larson Ludwig A ....... Lund. Caleb ........... 3 Lund, Philip ........... 4 Land. Chas ............. 2 Mathlson, Sivert ........ 6 Mathison, S E .......... 3 Mathison, Ida ......... 2 Nelson, Nels .......... 3 Nelson, Ole ............ 5 Olson, Frank ......... 4 Olson, H. K ............. 2 Olson, Carl ........... 3 Olson, Christ .......... 1 Olson. A. L ............ 3 Otteson. Optander ......... Pullis. John .......... 3 Rodengen, H. T ........ 12 Robertson. Ewes .......... Rodengen, Oscar ...... 2 Rodengen, Julius ..... 3 Robertson. M. B ....... 3 Robertson. Inger ...... 1 Robertson Bros ....... 225 Reinke, Julius ........ 271 Sornson, Jens N ....... 27 Swenson, Jens ........ 46 Storeim, Hans ........ 35 Stor elm, Mary ........ 37 Svor, Steffen ......... 51 Stenstuen, Peter ...'... 24 Tot gerson. Edwin ..... 33 Torgcrson, Christ ..... 48 Thomas. Miles .......... 17 Voage, Axel ........... ] 23 Willing, W L .......... ] 15 Wcllsndorf, Wm ....... ] 178 WeHedorf, Roy ....... I 95 Watson Bros. : ......... ] 11 Wachter. C. H .......... / 3 Westerbo, B. A ......... [ ..... Westerbo, H. H ......... 22 W'esterbo, Christ A. M ........ Mathlson, Chas (guard- ian) 100 .. 10 80 35 100 50 ii001 8.11 2.79 3.00 9.00 25.34 10.04 40.34 2.10 16.42 14.60 28.00 23.33 12.62 1.16 9.76 7.59 7.71 4.60 557 38.62 25.40 29.30 36.58 1828 20.04 2.78 10.76 7.54 7.67 12.95 12.9'3 10.87 15.14 8.35 9.37 13.51 5.04 7.33 4.79 55778 28.19 38.87 10.87 1.05 10.9 1.50 3.30 @ Professional and { Business C. E. SIGLOH For Expert Phone 284-L Ortonville. JOE BAYER & Of the Ortonville Tailo All kinds of cleaning and neatly done. Suits Made to Orders. Ortonviile, ELECTRIC SHOP Shoes repaired and ly. Our Work GUS. E. ANDERSON, JOHN Light Hauling of all Express and Baggg Telephone 287 Ortonvfll& PAUL DIRN Brick Layer and Stoe Mason and All Cement Wovl Ortonville, Minn. PETERSON & Dray Line Big Stone Lake I Phone 38 Kodak Prompt, Quality Service, Prices. THE REED Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. OSTEOPATHIC One block uphill fror rug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet (For rheumatism, F. I BROWN THE JEWELER ' Ortouville. . -[ WANT ADS FOR STALE OR TRADE--Full blood] Duroc Jersey Boar, son of Path- finder. Cholera Immune. Come and] look at .him. Norman E. Bruns, Or-I tonviHe, Minn., R. F.D. No. 2. 38-2 F(R RENT--Five room house alllt ready for occupancy withstoves[ set up. Inquire of W. H. Matthews,[ citT. *35-41 FOR SALE---A few milk cows com- ing fresh soon. Ray Thyne/ 36-2 SAWDUST FOR SALEThree car- loads of sawdust for sale at a price that is right. Inquire at the Inde- pemtent office. URE DEATH to chicken licejust sift it in the dust box, the hens do the rest. Cans 65c and $1.00 at the Feed Store. 36-tf t" A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' ,clothes to clean and press. City failor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12'-tf IN:)R SALD--Ladies' and Gents Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf _&TTENTION FARMERS: Having rebuilt my corn sheller, I am now prepared to shell your corn and at the old price of 2c per bu- shel. Roy Wellendorf, Ortonville, phone 327, Odessa. *36-4 ]FOR RENT---Six modern rooms with bath, over store on main street. Phone 160. 37-tf IEMSTITCHINC,---Wifl do hemstitch- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. addans. 27-tf-e /,OSTBlack Leather purse on main street, containing over $3.00, Purse was a gift and valued highly as such. Finder please return to Mrs. C. S. Hasslen for reward. 38-1p tRrtAYEDPoland China Boar pig from my place. Pete Classen, Cor- rell, Minn. "38-3 An Ontario farmer caught a young 'oman doing a "September Morn" on is property and had her haled before the county magistrate. "What's the harge?" asked his honor. "Takin' a bath in the spring, your vusship," said the constab!e. The aged dispenser of jusriee con- salted a dog-eared op3 of the statutes tr bused himself in its pages for everal minutes; then closing the legal tame and stroking his beard he said very solemnly, "The charge is dismis- sed and the miss is discharged, I find lat he had just as mush right to t a lmth in the sprin  i e NET EARNINGS BY DEPART- MENTS IS SHOWN IN REPORT (Continued from page 1) Receipts into the state treasury for the twelve months ending December 31, 1921 were: State Taxes ...................... $11,271,650.08 Railroad companies ........ 8,61 " ,663.04 Telephone. companies .... 424,394.06 Telegraph companies .... 33,118.69 Sleeping car companies 244,50.22 Express companies ...... 134,606.47 Freight line companies 21,107.00 Insurance companies ...... 1,066.014.25 Inheritance taxes ............ 901,984.08 Vessel Tonnage .............. 29,632.50 Departmental fees and earnings are as follows: Insurance commission $.. Dairy & Food commis- sion ................................ Game and Fish commis- sion State "Securitie's'" Com mission .......................... State Athletic Commis- sion ................................ Public Librtry Commis- sion ................................ Live Stock Weighing .... Oil Inspectio .................. State Fire Marshall ........ Examining Financial Of- ceS ................................ Re-assessments expen- ses .................................. Seed Potatoe Inspection Boiler Inspection .......... Hotel Inspection ............ Notarial Commissions .... 'reachers' Employment.. State Banks .................... Motor V. Licenses (Old Law) .............................. 25,895.00 Motor V. Licenses (New law) .............................. 5,616,113.60 Secretary of State .......... 8,061.35 Weights & Measures Dept ................. ./. ............ 5,812.21 Ineorporation Fees ........ 107,705.00 Bonus on State Loans .... 93,737.23 State Board of Medical Examiners .................... 7,332.50 State Board of Chiro- practic Examiners ......... 520.00 State Board of Law Ex- aminers ........................ 2,300.00 Earnings of State Insti- tutions .......................... 1,358,116.13 Earnings of Sta Uni- versity ............................ 2,105,708.18 Grain and Hay Inspec- tions .............................. 919,131.82 State Agricultural So- cieties .......................... Scaling Fees ................... Interest on daily bank balances ........................ 620,214.64 Supreme Court ................ 5,537.17 Interest on Loan to State Prison 616.33 state Tesi'"iii";J ing Fund ...................... 17,858.62 Royalty on Iron Ore ...L. 1,00905 126,583.14 175,518.14 397,727.69 55,589.87 17,487.23 10,380.60 33,455.54 173,488.17 61,622.66 6,907.47 Timber on State Lands 454,217.81 Grass on State Lands .... 206.70 Sand & Gravel ................ 11,516.16 Principal paid on land contracts ...................... 214,125.60 Interest paid on land Contracts ...................... 252.045.59 Principal paid on state Loans ............................ 1,200,266.07 Interest paid on state loans .............................. 1,093,596.63 Prison Twine & Machin- ery Plant ...................... 2,521,231.88 Teachers' Insurance & Retirement Fund ...... 154,82.14 Redemption o f Trust Bonds ............................ 80,000.00 Interest on Trust Bonds 218,907.30 Trunk Highway Funds (U. S. Receipts) ........ 80,673.98 Miscellaneous .................. 8,475.045.15 Total .......................... $50,997,926.94 Disbursements for 12 months end: ing December 31, 1921: Executiv Departments (5) ................................... $ 173,722.60 Judicial Expenses .......... 309,524.38 Legislative ExpenSes ...... 424,559.22 State Boards, Commis- sions and other state accounts ........................ 2,550,000.00 Agricultural activities .... 511,500.09 State Lands and Parks 183,366.40 National Guard, Naval 2,352.88 Militia, etc., .................. 304,771.29 6,201.421 National G u a r d Ar- 18,537.05 mories ............................ 291774.00 41,703.45 Motor Vehicle Licenses .. 203,173.20 8,292.00 Educational D e p a r t- 12i751.95 ments ............................ 292,185.73 68,730.96 High, Graded, Semi- Graded Rural Schools 3,508.050.69 Public School Libraries 60,881,54 Care of New and Old Capitol Buildings ...... 223,329.85 County Sanatariums ...... 183,283.71 Printing, Binding and Publishing .................... 247,027,46 State Trust Fund Bonus 176,677.49 Tuition for Soldiers and Sailors .......................... 242,065.76 Fire Departments .......... 229,018.57 Wolf & Horse Thief Bounties ........................ 53,579.50 Drainage & Assessments 269,605.52 Prison Twine & Ma- chinery Plant .............. 2,532,420.01 Soldiers' Bonus ................ 7,256,919.72 Soldiers' Bonus Certifi- cates of Indebtedness 3,667,201.35 Trunk Highway Fund .... 5,677,242.83 Support of State Insti- tutions .......................... 3,645,792.61 293,732.81 New Buildings, Repairs 31,807.88 and improvements ...... "752,925.34 Forest Fires Relief ...... 262,717.44 Apportionment to Coun- ties for Support of Schools .......................... 3,208,940.34 State University Sup- port ........................... =.... 4,884,425.42 New Buildings, Repairs Sdldiers Home Support.. 196,955.73 Trust Fund Investments 4,120,910.00 Grain Inspection ............ 839,128.28 State Road & Bridge to Counties ........................ 1,802,775.74 Maintenance o f State Highways Dept. (Jan. 1, 1921, to May 31, 1921) .............................. 221,291.96 Inheritances Taxes Paid to Counties .................. 92,614.62 Relief of old soldiers and their families ........ 240,395.83 State Board of Relief .... 45,750.50 State Board of Relief Tax Account ................ 55,977.27 Miscellaneous ................... 513,279.14 Total ........................... $51,389,747.26 @ @ I @ SCHOOL NOTES I Reporters:Loville Cronen, Senior; Hoken Gjesdahl, Junior; Huldah John- son, Sophomore; Edith Carlson, Fresh- man; Fern Hudson, Eighth Grade; Percy Stotesbury_,, Sev___enth Grade. Ruby toy has returned to school after an absence of about a week. Mrs. Hanes was not able to be in school Monday on account-of illness. Lylian Block, who has finished her high school course in Ortonville, will begin her studies at the University of Illinois the first part of February. Remember the Junior candy sales every Friday afternoon at four o'clock. If you want some dandy candy, don't forget to come up to the school house. The Troop No. 2 of the Boy Scouts initiated Herbert Smith, Hollis Walk- er and Donald Waddens last Monday, and Troop No. 1 initiated Harold Rey- nolds and Leonard Ross. Last Thursday and Friday were Ex- amination days, being the end of the first semester. State Board examina- tions were given in Higher Algebra and American History. The second semester's work in Solid Geometry, Civics and Economics began Monday of this week. The Public Speaking Class is very busy working on the subject of "The Open and Closed Shop." They will learn a great deal if they scan over the material which is on the library tables. This is preparatory to the discussion contest which is to be given in all schools. The Senior high school boys' glee club has been started under the man- agement of Mr. Snesrud and Miss Tuesday was the day for special re- Irgens, The first meeting was held ports on China in the Modern History Tuesday morning at 8:30. Carleton C]:lSS. tuff was elected president; Bennie Mr. Snesrud gave an interesting and Hess, vice-president; and Robert Has- instructive talk Monday mgrning o slen, secretary. Twenty or more boys Respect for Property. turned out, and from the response The Senior class banner in maroon and gold arrived and was placed on the wall Thursday noon. Miss Bender and Miss Cassel are to leave Friday for Minneapolis to see Marlowe and southern plays in "Ham- let." The game between the high schools of Montevideo and Ortonville result- ed in a defeat for the latter, the score being 27 to 4. All the school children extend a hearty welcome to Miss McBride who returned to assume the former duties as damestic science teacher. As an example of the high cost of basketball, we have the Hen. Cyril Potter, with a missing tooth, the result of the Monte game Saturday night. The Freshman English classes have started the second semester by read- ing short stories which are reported on by the different members of the class. The Seniors have begun work on the Class play entitled "All on Account of Pblly." It's going to be a good one, and it is coming soon, so keep watch for the date. A squad of twenty girls are prac- rising basketball every Monday and Th!roday night. -No definite games have been scheduled as yet with other towns but we are developing a fine shown by the members, it s believed that there will be some pleasing re- sults of this organization. Relief Corlm Installs. The Relief Corps held installation of officers Wednesday afternoon at which the following officers were in- stalled by Mrs. John Crippen as In- stalling Officer. President, Mabel Chamberlin; Sen- ior Vice-President, Emma Welch; Ju-i nior Vice-President, Maude Hess; Treasurer and Musician, Corn Sco- field; Chaplain, Mary Enos; Conduc- tor, Nina Anderson, Secretary and Pa- triotic Instructor, Mat[is Rothwell; Gtard, Edith Miles; Assistant Guard, Hattie Fish; Assistant Conductor, Minnie Sarvis, Press Correspondent, Elizabeth Moore; Color. Bearers, Ad- dle Matthews, Martha Shult, Frona Muilica, Ethel Vipond; the first dele- gate elected to attend the state meet- hag was Mabel Chamberlin, second. Emma Welch, and first Alternate, Maud Hess; and second Alternate, Carrie Smith. A social time followed the meeting and excellent lunch was served. NOTICF, I have a carload of silos on hand. Write me and I'll give you prim and terms, Alvah I. 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