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FF, BRUARY 16. 1922 IND[P[00D[NI ! EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. Managing Editor as second-class matter 1920, at the postoffice at Minn., under the Act of 1879. $2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application AdveisingpR..sRepresentatlveAssOCiATiON ] Advt. Representative. [NESOTA SELECT LIST. Bank St. Paul 6th St. Minneapolis THE REASON? the bill of The Or- Independent fo publishing property tax list it zs that the county commission- in accordance with an opin- from the Attorney Gen- in which it is held that the had no jurisdiction over but that it rested solely county treasurer in desig- paper to publish such list. event of such a ruling there, can be nothing held against of the commissioners, but m no way lessens the mor- on the part of the eoun- The Independent submitted in competition with all the pa- the county, it was found that furnished by this paper was [than that of any other bid and this paper was designated "official county paper." In the bid The Independent the tax-payers of this county $1600. of the fact that the county knew that The Independent to print "any and all no- from said county, of whatever and nature" as set out in the one-third the rate allowed by treasurer ignored this paper and placed the copy for the property tax list in the of The Ortonville Journal at legal rate. the matter up with the the only excuse offered for Journal the full legal rate of specifying The Indepen- one- third the legal rate, was did so "because it was to the of the public," or words effect, meaning that a larger of taxpayers read that paper. of the fact that The Inde- has during the past year that it maintained paid-up subscription list published in Big Stone and stands ready to prove the the excuse offered by the bears no weight and it would as matter of fact, that the in- of the tax- payer was ignored personal satisfaction of the who was "playing politics" expense. At least that is the in which we can view it. a public servant would not do power to first consider re- expenditures of the public beyond our reasoning. The of preference should matter of this nature. is only one course of procedure servant, placed in a AOME DEMONSTRATION HELPS vOt'LE ro HELP THEMSELVES Romount community in Dakota -aunty, Minn., has olfered a particu- larly interesting example of success m securing community co-operation thru home demonstration work. About a year ago the home demonstration agent for the county showed a small group of ten housekeepers in the com- munity how to make a dress form. This interested them in clothing work, md a series of clothig meetings was held giving the women attending much practical help in providing for the needs of their families thru its useful teachings. A permanent community club was started after the introduc- tion of the dress form, which took charge of the home demonstration ac- tivities in clothing work. At the same time Rosemount had become concerned over tlte problem of underweight chihlren to the extent of purchasing scales anti asking for a community project under the State nutrition specialist, and demonstra- tional instruction was given in such topics as "Why the body needs food," "What kind of food," "Food and the child," and "Special adult conditions." The Rosemount Community Club, which has a membership of 52, 20 vil- lage women and 32 farm women, has accomplished within the year between December 1, 1920 and December 1, 1921, the following community im- provements: the establishment of a rest room and traveling library; the purchase of a standard scale; the regular physical examination of 47 children; a project in nutrition; a food preparation project; a clothing demon- stration; the building of a band stand; many social and "get-together" en- tertainments. A splendid spirit of co-operation has been developed in the town, all growing out of the original efforts of the home demonstration agent of the United States Depart- ment of Agrichlture and the State Agricultural college. O CHURCH NOTICES Congregational Church. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor. Sunday: Morning preacifing serv- ice, 10:45 a. m. Sermon subject "The Divinity of Christ." Sunday school, 11:45 a. m. Evening preaching ser- vice, 7:45 p. m. Sermon, "Saul Among the Prophets." Thursday: Midweek Bible study meeting, 7:45 p. m. All are invited to attend these meetings. * * * Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Mind." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. * * * Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. * * * Eids Lutheran Church. (11 miles northeast of Odessa) Rev. S. M. Moe, Pastor. Services will be held Sunday, Febru- ary 26. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Alfred Stanley Wednesday, March 1. A cordial invitation is extended. O @ position by an electorate, is to serve his constituents Adelaide.--Preaching service every the least possible expense to alternate Sunday 2:30 p. m. Johnson.--Sunday school at 2:00, the amount involved is and preaching services every alternate or $1,000 does not lessen the Sunday at 3:00 p. m. done to the tax-payers. In the bill submitted by Journal amounted to for the publication of the list to, which amount was allow- bill submited by The Inde- t which wa disallowed amount- Everybody cordially invited to at- tend all meetings. * * * United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) Odessa--Sunday services as follows: a difference of $151.50 of Preaching at 10:00 a.m. tC L. C. E. affecting only one item. at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's OF BETTER EQUIPMENT. of purchasing a pup to the fire truck will be tip with members of the city Some time in the near future and it is hoped that will see the need of such equipment of the local present conditions the de- men are handicapped to a in their work because of of pressure. By purchasing that can be driven from the of the fire truck it will be pos- throw a stream over 'the schoolhouse and other tall- as elevators, something is impossible to do with the Pressure. will the pressure become ! by the installation of a it will be capable of deliver- of water per minuS. aPprocimate cost of such a Varies from $1,200 to $1,500. of Junking Things. want to break up these bat- demolish the submarines 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 atur- day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Correll--Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after. noon at 2:30 o'clock. * $ * Evangelical Association. (Big Stone City) G. E. Zech, Pastor Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m. You re cordially invited to attend these "Services. Methodist Episcopal Ray. G. L. Haggans, Pastor Public worship Sunday morning'at the Methodist church. Theme, "Have the Critics Taken Away the Bible?" Sunday school at 12:00 m. Epworth League at 7:00. The topic at 7:45 will be, "Half-Baked or Overdone." to pieces, and reduce Special music at both services. The or any other plate to Wesleyan Chorus Choir will practice we have a girl working out who is just the fellow job. Just put them on the Oom table, and she will do ge. aUCcessful worker is the one do what he ought to do when to do it, whether he wants to Wednesday evening followed by pray- er service. You are most heartily in- vited to all services. Emanuel Lutheran. Odessa, Minn. (3 miles east, 2 miles North) Arnold Nelson, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, February 19. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT United Evangelical Church. NOTICE. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. If your DeLaval Cream Separator Big Stone City.--Sunday school at is not working perfectly bring it in to 10:00 a. m. Preaching services at 11:00 us. We are prepared to fix it for you a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:00 p. at cost not to exceed $1.00. Alvah m. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m. I. Matthews, local dealer. *38-3 Prayer meeting and Bible class will be held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm. Eids Lutheran. (11 miles northeast of O,:ssa)) For the next two weeks I will hold a big sale on all winter hats. Mrs. M. L. Whiting. --Stickerei Braid, in red, pink, Rev. K. Knutson, There will be no servi day, February 19. Ser,,,- w:fl be held February 26. Trinity Lutheran Chnrch. Rev. Aug. Bartling, P s:or. Service every Sunday at J):00 a. m. Every third Sunday services : re i: the English language and the o .ec two Sundays in the German la,u t'e. Sunday school after each sevlce in English. Zion Lutheran Church. Ray. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular services next Sunday m.or- ning in the Swedish language at 10:30. Sunday school at 12:00 o'clock. ,vening services in English at 7:39. Text: Math. 20-116. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Chas. Larson Thur:- ctay afternoon. February 16. ,. ,r. blue and navy, 3 yard bolts at 10c t Sun- each. Tyler's Variety Store. --Bring in those picturest we are ready to do your framing. 'Schoen- Swanson Furniture Co. HOOVER ON CLINICS AND LUNCHES. "I believe that the definite institu- tion of supplementary child-feeding in public schoolls in certain places is a nece-3sary pal of municipal en- deavor. Coupled also with this, I am a firm believer in clinical examina- tion and reports to parents as a def- inite part of school work. "Some may object that this exten- sion of medical supervision by com- ,munity nurses, clinical inspection of children in the schools, a supplemen- tal meal in schools of certain sections all tend to an extension of too inti- mate government. "In the very creation of free schools and compulsory education it- self we have accepted the fact that we cannot as a Nation rely for the up- building of the race upon the initia- tive of the parents alone. No one can deny that the physical development of chiRl life is of equal importance with education."--Herbert Hoover. Vaupunka, Win., May 10, 1921. Deer Mr. Ford: Ay hafe bane yur ajent har for tene yaars bat Ay rant you to kencel my kuntract. Sainting turned op hare to- day that set me to tinking--I was siting in front off my plane an a fal- ler drive op een a Peckart ear and esk me how faar van eet to Meeneapolice an I tal heem 47 miles, he say, geev me 15 galluns of ges and a qvart of oil. A lettle later a faller drive open a Kedilak an say, how far ees it to Meeneapolice an I say 47 miles, be sen, geef me 10 galluns ges an a qvart off oil. Efter vile, a falter drive op ee.n a Dodge an esk me, how far van eet to Meeneapolice. an I sen 47 miles, he tel me Ah shud geev heem 5 gal- luns es an vun pint off oil. Efter a spell a faller drive op een a Ford you bat it look lak hal. He esk me how faar van it to Meeneapolice an Ay sey 47 miles, he ned geef me a qvart of vatr an hold de dam ring vile I get in. Yours truly, Sven Larson. * NOTICE, I have a carload of silos on hand. Write me and I'll give you prices and Alvah I. Matthews, Ortonville, *38-6 The short; girls wear skirts exceedingly Their knees are often bare; Their bathing suits are works of art. But mother doesn't care. Dear Father, whom they criticized For what they called a lack of taste, Appeared on day without a tie, And the family felt disgraced. The home brewer often brews trou- ble for himself. --If a Independent representative does not see you, call 297 and phone your news items to us. We are glad to receive them. THE UNIVERSAL CAI BIG REDUCTION In FORDS and FORDSONS Effective at once the prices of Ford Cars have been further reduced. This in addition to the reduction made last September at which time they were reduced lower than pre-war 'roumN00 - $348.00 ROADSTER - " $319.00 CHASSIS - - $285.00 cOUPE - - $580.00 SEDAN - - $645.00 'mUCK - $430.00 The Prices F. O. B., Detroit. The Lowest Ever Quoted. Order now to insure reasona- bly prompt delivery. Correll Auto Co. L. F. Woods, Proprietor Phone No. 1 Correll, Minn. A BIG DAY At Big Stone City Friday, February 24th Type (l00ester.Wn00te Brood Sow sale t tit t t I i t t i ! 30 Head CHOLERA IMMUNE - 30 Head Consisting of the Following: Tried Sows Yearlings Fall Gilts Spring Gilts Herd Boars: PRINCE DAUN HARVEYS WILDWOOD Prince Daun is a son of Lengthy Prince the Grand Champion Chester White boar at the Minnesota and Iowa State Fairs last fall and also at the National Swine Show. The sows carry the blood lines of such boars as Prince Wildwood, Jr., Long John, Great Boy, Big Buster, Alfalfa Ace. SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH AT NOON (ioid & (0. State Bank, (lark (ol. Wm. Wellefldorf, (ol. J. W. Belzer, Auctioneers Sale Will be held at the Big Stone Fair Grouuds in a heated pavilion KAERcHER & SCHAFER PAGE $ O Professional and Business Directory @ C. E. $IGLOH [xpert ELECTRIC 0[ ,WIRING REPAIRING Phone 284-L Ortonville, lhm, JOE BAYER & SON Of the Ortonvitle Tailoring Co. All kinds of cleaning and pressing neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonville, Minn. ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes repaired neatly and prompt- ly. Our Work Guaranteed. GUS, E. ANDERSON, Prop, JOHN SPANYERS ! Light Hauling of all Kinds | $ Express and Baggage ] Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. l P PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Lsyer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. 9rtonville, Minn. IL F. D PETERSON & SON l Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ic Phone 38 Ortonville. Kodak DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service. Moderate Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block uphill frora Gunderson' rrug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) F. L. BROWN I THE JEWELER . ! Ortonville, Minnemta t ? Belva Kaercher TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY Ortonville, Minn. FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt Attention 1 A. B. KAERCHER [ Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITE, D. C,. PIL C. Spinographor 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Ortonville, Minn. ,, Col. Wm. Wellendorf AUCTIONEER 80 years' eenee. No ing on your prolmrty. Call mr write me early aad get ha at am early date. Ortonville. YOUR AUCTION]R COL. J. W. BELZER Real Estate; MeNkaadise, lame Bred Stock and Farm Salu A Specialty For dates write n' at OrtonviU Graduate f Jones Auction SI J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING &ND REPAIRING PHONES---Resideam- IN Fitam 8t ,88 All Work Gum,ted  Ortonville, WILL FINCH Experieneed Painter Phone Z,L All Work (]hmrautd ELMER URY HE WELL DI@GIr' Flfttm Years Bxlmrlm (hnville, Minm. I.F. 1, | FF, BRUARY 16. 1922 IND[P[00D[NI ! EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. Managing Editor as second-class matter 1920, at the postoffice at Minn., under the Act of 1879. $2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application AdveisingpR..sRepresentatlveAssOCiATiON ] Advt. Representative. [NESOTA SELECT LIST. Bank St. Paul 6th St. Minneapolis THE REASON? the bill of The Or- Independent fo publishing property tax list it zs that the county commission- in accordance with an opin- from the Attorney Gen- in which it is held that the had no jurisdiction over but that it rested solely county treasurer in desig- paper to publish such list. event of such a ruling there, can be nothing held against of the commissioners, but m no way lessens the mor- on the part of the eoun- The Independent submitted in competition with all the pa- the county, it was found that furnished by this paper was [than that of any other bid and this paper was designated "official county paper." In the bid The Independent the tax-payers of this county $1600. of the fact that the county knew that The Independent to print "any and all no- from said county, of whatever and nature" as set out in the one-third the rate allowed by treasurer ignored this paper and placed the copy for the property tax list in the of The Ortonville Journal at legal rate. the matter up with the the only excuse offered for Journal the full legal rate of specifying The Indepen- one- third the legal rate, was did so "because it was to the of the public," or words effect, meaning that a larger of taxpayers read that paper. of the fact that The Inde- has during the past year that it maintained paid-up subscription list published in Big Stone and stands ready to prove the the excuse offered by the bears no weight and it would as matter of fact, that the in- of the tax- payer was ignored personal satisfaction of the who was "playing politics" expense. At least that is the in which we can view it. a public servant would not do power to first consider re- expenditures of the public beyond our reasoning. The of preference should matter of this nature. is only one course of procedure servant, placed in a AOME DEMONSTRATION HELPS vOt'LE ro HELP THEMSELVES Romount community in Dakota -aunty, Minn., has olfered a particu- larly interesting example of success m securing community co-operation thru home demonstration work. About a year ago the home demonstration agent for the county showed a small group of ten housekeepers in the com- munity how to make a dress form. This interested them in clothing work, md a series of clothig meetings was held giving the women attending much practical help in providing for the needs of their families thru its useful teachings. A permanent community club was started after the introduc- tion of the dress form, which took charge of the home demonstration ac- tivities in clothing work. At the same time Rosemount had become concerned over tlte problem of underweight chihlren to the extent of purchasing scales anti asking for a community project under the State nutrition specialist, and demonstra- tional instruction was given in such topics as "Why the body needs food," "What kind of food," "Food and the child," and "Special adult conditions." The Rosemount Community Club, which has a membership of 52, 20 vil- lage women and 32 farm women, has accomplished within the year between December 1, 1920 and December 1, 1921, the following community im- provements: the establishment of a rest room and traveling library; the purchase of a standard scale; the regular physical examination of 47 children; a project in nutrition; a food preparation project; a clothing demon- stration; the building of a band stand; many social and "get-together" en- tertainments. A splendid spirit of co-operation has been developed in the town, all growing out of the original efforts of the home demonstration agent of the United States Depart- ment of Agrichlture and the State Agricultural college. O CHURCH NOTICES Congregational Church. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor. Sunday: Morning preacifing serv- ice, 10:45 a. m. Sermon subject "The Divinity of Christ." Sunday school, 11:45 a. m. Evening preaching ser- vice, 7:45 p. m. Sermon, "Saul Among the Prophets." Thursday: Midweek Bible study meeting, 7:45 p. m. All are invited to attend these meetings. * * * Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Mind." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. * * * Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. * * * Eids Lutheran Church. (11 miles northeast of Odessa) Rev. S. M. Moe, Pastor. Services will be held Sunday, Febru- ary 26. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Alfred Stanley Wednesday, March 1. A cordial invitation is extended. O @ position by an electorate, is to serve his constituents Adelaide.--Preaching service every the least possible expense to alternate Sunday 2:30 p. m. Johnson.--Sunday school at 2:00, the amount involved is and preaching services every alternate or $1,000 does not lessen the Sunday at 3:00 p. m. done to the tax-payers. In the bill submitted by Journal amounted to for the publication of the list to, which amount was allow- bill submited by The Inde- t which wa disallowed amount- Everybody cordially invited to at- tend all meetings. * * * United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) Odessa--Sunday services as follows: a difference of $151.50 of Preaching at 10:00 a.m. tC L. C. E. affecting only one item. at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's OF BETTER EQUIPMENT. of purchasing a pup to the fire truck will be tip with members of the city Some time in the near future and it is hoped that will see the need of such equipment of the local present conditions the de- men are handicapped to a in their work because of of pressure. By purchasing that can be driven from the of the fire truck it will be pos- throw a stream over 'the schoolhouse and other tall- as elevators, something is impossible to do with the Pressure. will the pressure become ! by the installation of a it will be capable of deliver- of water per minuS. aPprocimate cost of such a Varies from $1,200 to $1,500. of Junking Things. want to break up these bat- demolish the submarines 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 atur- day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Correll--Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after. noon at 2:30 o'clock. * $ * Evangelical Association. (Big Stone City) G. E. Zech, Pastor Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m. You re cordially invited to attend these "Services. Methodist Episcopal Ray. G. L. Haggans, Pastor Public worship Sunday morning'at the Methodist church. Theme, "Have the Critics Taken Away the Bible?" Sunday school at 12:00 m. Epworth League at 7:00. The topic at 7:45 will be, "Half-Baked or Overdone." to pieces, and reduce Special music at both services. The or any other plate to Wesleyan Chorus Choir will practice we have a girl working out who is just the fellow job. Just put them on the Oom table, and she will do ge. aUCcessful worker is the one do what he ought to do when to do it, whether he wants to Wednesday evening followed by pray- er service. You are most heartily in- vited to all services. Emanuel Lutheran. Odessa, Minn. (3 miles east, 2 miles North) Arnold Nelson, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, February 19. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT United Evangelical Church. NOTICE. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. If your DeLaval Cream Separator Big Stone City.--Sunday school at is not working perfectly bring it in to 10:00 a. m. Preaching services at 11:00 us. We are prepared to fix it for you a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:00 p. at cost not to exceed $1.00. Alvah m. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m. I. Matthews, local dealer. *38-3 Prayer meeting and Bible class will be held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm. Eids Lutheran. (11 miles northeast of O,:ssa)) For the next two weeks I will hold a big sale on all winter hats. Mrs. M. L. Whiting. --Stickerei Braid, in red, pink, Rev. K. Knutson, There will be no servi day, February 19. Ser,,,- w:fl be held February 26. Trinity Lutheran Chnrch. Rev. Aug. Bartling, P s:or. Service every Sunday at J):00 a. m. Every third Sunday services : re i: the English language and the o .ec two Sundays in the German la,u t'e. Sunday school after each sevlce in English. Zion Lutheran Church. Ray. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular services next Sunday m.or- ning in the Swedish language at 10:30. Sunday school at 12:00 o'clock. ,vening services in English at 7:39. Text: Math. 20-116. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Chas. Larson Thur:- ctay afternoon. February 16. ,. ,r. blue and navy, 3 yard bolts at 10c t Sun- each. Tyler's Variety Store. --Bring in those picturest we are ready to do your framing. 'Schoen- Swanson Furniture Co. HOOVER ON CLINICS AND LUNCHES. "I believe that the definite institu- tion of supplementary child-feeding in public schoolls in certain places is a nece-3sary pal of municipal en- deavor. Coupled also with this, I am a firm believer in clinical examina- tion and reports to parents as a def- inite part of school work. "Some may object that this exten- sion of medical supervision by com- ,munity nurses, clinical inspection of children in the schools, a supplemen- tal meal in schools of certain sections all tend to an extension of too inti- mate government. "In the very creation of free schools and compulsory education it- self we have accepted the fact that we cannot as a Nation rely for the up- building of the race upon the initia- tive of the parents alone. No one can deny that the physical development of chiRl life is of equal importance with education."--Herbert Hoover. Vaupunka, Win., May 10, 1921. Deer Mr. Ford: Ay hafe bane yur ajent har for tene yaars bat Ay rant you to kencel my kuntract. Sainting turned op hare to- day that set me to tinking--I was siting in front off my plane an a fal- ler drive op een a Peckart ear and esk me how faar van eet to Meeneapolice an I tal heem 47 miles, he say, geev me 15 galluns of ges and a qvart of oil. A lettle later a faller drive open a Kedilak an say, how far ees it to Meeneapolice an I say 47 miles, be sen, geef me 10 galluns ges an a qvart off oil. Efter vile, a falter drive op ee.n a Dodge an esk me, how far van eet to Meeneapolice. an I sen 47 miles, he tel me Ah shud geev heem 5 gal- luns es an vun pint off oil. Efter a spell a faller drive op een a Ford you bat it look lak hal. He esk me how faar van it to Meeneapolice an Ay sey 47 miles, he ned geef me a qvart of vatr an hold de dam ring vile I get in. Yours truly, Sven Larson. * NOTICE, I have a carload of silos on hand. Write me and I'll give you prices and Alvah I. Matthews, Ortonville, *38-6 The short; girls wear skirts exceedingly Their knees are often bare; Their bathing suits are works of art. But mother doesn't care. Dear Father, whom they criticized For what they called a lack of taste, Appeared on day without a tie, And the family felt disgraced. The home brewer often brews trou- ble for himself. --If a Independent representative does not see you, call 297 and phone your news items to us. We are glad to receive them. THE UNIVERSAL CAI BIG REDUCTION In FORDS and FORDSONS Effective at once the prices of Ford Cars have been further reduced. This in addition to the reduction made last September at which time they were reduced lower than pre-war 'roumN00 - $348.00 ROADSTER - " $319.00 CHASSIS - - $285.00 cOUPE - - $580.00 SEDAN - - $645.00 'mUCK - $430.00 The Prices F. O. B., Detroit. The Lowest Ever Quoted. Order now to insure reasona- bly prompt delivery. Correll Auto Co. L. F. Woods, Proprietor Phone No. 1 Correll, Minn. A BIG DAY At Big Stone City Friday, February 24th Type (l00ester.Wn00te Brood Sow sale t tit t t I i t t i ! 30 Head CHOLERA IMMUNE - 30 Head Consisting of the Following: Tried Sows Yearlings Fall Gilts Spring Gilts Herd Boars: PRINCE DAUN HARVEYS WILDWOOD Prince Daun is a son of Lengthy Prince the Grand Champion Chester White boar at the Minnesota and Iowa State Fairs last fall and also at the National Swine Show. The sows carry the blood lines of such boars as Prince Wildwood, Jr., Long John, Great Boy, Big Buster, Alfalfa Ace. SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH AT NOON (ioid & (0. State Bank, (lark (ol. Wm. Wellefldorf, (ol. J. W. Belzer, Auctioneers Sale Will be held at the Big Stone Fair Grouuds in a heated pavilion KAERcHER & SCHAFER PAGE $ O Professional and Business Directory @ C. E. $IGLOH [xpert ELECTRIC 0[ ,WIRING REPAIRING Phone 284-L Ortonville, lhm, JOE BAYER & SON Of the Ortonvitle Tailoring Co. All kinds of cleaning and pressing neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonville, Minn. ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes repaired neatly and prompt- ly. Our Work Guaranteed. GUS, E. ANDERSON, Prop, JOHN SPANYERS ! Light Hauling of all Kinds | $ Express and Baggage ] Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. l P PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Lsyer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. 9rtonville, Minn. IL F. D PETERSON & SON l Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ic Phone 38 Ortonville. Kodak DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service. Moderate Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block uphill frora Gunderson' rrug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) F. L. BROWN I THE JEWELER . ! Ortonville, Minnemta t ? Belva Kaercher TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY Ortonville, Minn. FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt Attention 1 A. B. KAERCHER [ Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITE, D. C,. PIL C. Spinographor 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Ortonville, Minn. ,, Col. Wm. Wellendorf AUCTIONEER 80 years' eenee. No ing on your prolmrty. Call mr write me early aad get ha at am early date. Ortonville. YOUR AUCTION]R COL. J. W. BELZER Real Estate; MeNkaadise, lame Bred Stock and Farm Salu A Specialty For dates write n' at OrtonviU Graduate f Jones Auction SI J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING &ND REPAIRING PHONES---Resideam- IN Fitam 8t ,88 All Work Gum,ted  Ortonville, WILL FINCH Experieneed Painter Phone Z,L All Work (]hmrautd ELMER URY HE WELL DI@GIr' Flfttm Years Bxlmrlm (hnville, Minm. I.F. 1, | THE ORTONVILLE INDE'ENDENT PAGE $ UOM United Evangclial Chuh. [ N OTICE. The girls we sklrt edlngly OVLE tO Rev J H Mayne Pastor. I If your DeLaval Csm Separator short; I Big Stone City. Sunday school at I, Is not working perftly bring it in to [ Their kns ire often ba; EVERY Romoun community in 00a m Phngseat J00!u We a ppared to fix lt fur you The.r bathing stats aM works by the uny. M n,h oledapartleu- a m K C  mtingat7:00p, lat cost not to eeed $1.00. Alwhl art. ehants la,ly itels lug example of success m Paeh ng ices at 7:3O p. m.!l. Matthews. local dealer *38.3JBut mother dsn't re. .,, --na . : in nng community cnpet,or Prayer meeting and Bible cis will be -- Der Father, whom they cr,tcld . managx.g :hru home demonstration work. About behl every Wednesday evening at 7:3O --For the next two wks I will For what they clted a Ik ?f h,u under the Act rnp of ten buukpers In the corn E. Lutheran. m m Id m d ls  year ago e home denstmtior m hold a bi sale on air winter ha Appeared on day thnut a e, as on -c sh we a small * * And the flty felt disgred, 1920, at the pnstofflce at agent for the county, n Mr M. U Wh,tmg. ' muuit.' how to make a dss fo (11 miles nnrtheast of O: s) S k B a" n d ' k The home bwer of ON $2.00 PER YEA and a rles of c o biqg meetings 'as I There will be no sem-i  t Suu- each Tyler's Varlety Sto I ---- behlgivingthewomenattcndingmueh ay, February 19. Se,,,- :11 be " -- If  ]nde relent Ras an Application I Ii pe practicl help in proddig for the eld February 26. --Bling in those pictures  are does not s you, car 297 and phone needsof h eir a lies th its useful * * * read" to do rour framing.cheen-lYournewsitemstnus- Weaglad tehings, A permanent community Trinity Lutheran Chereh. Swenso  Furniture Co, to eive them I club was started after the introdue Iev. Aug. Bartling, 1, ..:o. [ tic of the dress form, which tonk Setdca every Sunday at  :o a. m.[ SELECT LIST. St, - Minnpolis "S THE REASONT wi.g the bill of The Ol - Indepeudent publishing pperty tax cnmmissinn- with an npin- junsdietlo, over it rested snlely ts county tremsure in deals- the paper to publish such ltt. Went of such a ]ing there, 1 held ngainst s. but the county, it was furnished by this this paper as county paper." h )id The Iudependevl he tax-pzyers of this cnu.t : the ent lndependenl nnty, oohato nd paced the copy for the al property tax list in the Ottol,vlle Jnual at he ma tar up with the the only exeu offered for sgl rate J of spifylng The Indepen- t u. third the legal *,ate, was the public," or words t effect, mnig that a larger during the past hal, ipti n ilst Bi Stone by charge of the home in clothing ork. At the same rime Rnsemount had pblem of underweight ehihh.en to the exte.t a Vuhasi. scales and asking for a community prnjeet under the State speeialt, and dcmoutra- tional iostruetio, was given in uch topics as "Why the body needs food." kind of fond," "Foed al The lsemaunt Community Club, p of , 2O vll , 1920 and Decemtt 1, 1921, the following ,mmunity im prnvements: the establishment of a rest om and traveting library; the puhase of a standard scale; regular physleal examination of 47 childul a pject in nutrition; a food preparation project; a clothing demon strainn; the buildl.g of a band stand; may sial and "get-together" en A splendid spit town, all gwing ot of the original of the hoe ant of the United merit of Agfiehlture Agricultural college. CHURCH NOTICES Congregational Chuh. Paul J. Boeknven, Pastor. Sundy: Morning preaching serv- ice, 10:45 , m. Sermo subject "The Divinity of Christ." Snd schl, m. Eve..g phiu ,,o:%, pT:p2; oo. m. All a invited to attend mtings. ,,,2 ,oo.. Sunday servlee at 10:45 8, Subjt, "Mind." Wednem]ay rvi at 8:@3 p. m. All are we]me to thee m Free readin rm in their hall (Shumaker bi]dlng). Open every TU d Friday front 3 to 5 p. m. eed .,;.y .,h ......... t as matter of f Church. lyel. as igllored! Regular aegises every Sunday af sat,sfaetton o thai ter.o at th o'clock. Sunday hl pehttcs , at twelw o'ck. * d Lhn Chureh 1 me orthet nf Odosaa Rev S M M Pastcr  vs  ho hd uudy Fehu e pru preeroe shod de A,  mt wth Mrs trto s t StanCe" Weueday. ab  n  proedu, vtann  teuded possible expense t amount nvolved I t St,C00 does net lesu th the tax-payers. In the bill submitted by ou.tcd to to, wlch ,y The g nnly one item. OF BETTER EQUIPMENT. atter of puhin a pp to the fi tk will be wtl s the need o eluipment of nditions the d  a haadla to a By puhaztn from the the fl truck it will be stlea sekoothou and other talt , somethLg pressure. by the Zallo of water per mh,ut approcmate st of such a Junking Thi.. ap th bat- demolish the ertdsers to pieces, and reda Just p, tabte. d she will worker is th what he ought to do whet whether he wnts Adelaide.--Phing ty 2:30 p. m. JchnsonSunday hool at 2:00 tnd paching is every alteruat unday at 3:CO I m. Everybody eordial] indied to United Evagelil Chh. F. w. Agte, ptnr. (OdessorlI CircAt ) pleaehing at 10:00  at 7:80 p.  This is Yoaag People's mtln[ open to all. mting Wednesday ening at 7;30 , Wman's Missionary Society, m. CIa in Ca, ery amr- day aftemn at 2:00 o'clk. sunday mg at 7:$0 p. every tw weeks on Thuda 7 azte EvangellaI Amsottle (Big Stone Cty) G. E. gosh, pastor Preaching rvi at lo:oo  m, Sodolt sehl at 11:00  m. Yog pple's A[ll at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Tchers Training Cls Wedsday eyeing, 7:0 p. m. You invited to attend thee Methodiet Epiepl Roy. G. L. Haffgs, Pastor Public wohip Sunday mooing'at the Methodist church. Theme, "Hay0 the Critics Takes Awy the Bible?" Sunday school at 1;00 m. Epworl League at 7:C0. The topic st "/:45 will be, "Kalf-Baked Sial music at both seis. The Wesleyan Ches Choir will pmeti Welnesday evening followed bY pray- YOU a most heartily in. uel Lutheran. Odem& Mlnn. (8 mil ee.st, 2 mlI North) Arnold Nelson, Ptor. ay', Febry 19. very third Sunday iees t ,, ia the I English langge and the o.:e, twn[ Suudays in the Gan In/:u,e, I Sday chenl ugiih. * * Zon Lutherae Church, Ray Ar.uld Nelson. pastor. Regular erviees next Sunday, u]nz in the Swedish language 10:30, Sunday veniug settees i. English at 7:0 Mrs. Chas, day after.u, February 16. HOOVER ON CLINICS AND I.UNCIES. " believe tba the tion nf supplementary ehild-feediug! in public sehenns in certain plas is[ a neary part nf municipal en [ deaor. Ceupled alse wth thi, 1  i inite part nf school work. sin o medical supervision by com- munity nue, clinil inspection nC the schnnls, a spplemen 1 mea in schls of curtain tlons, all tend to au extension of too inti "I the very ertion of h0nl and cnmpu sort edueatinn it ! sf we have accepted the ft betl ae cannot as a Ntou rely for the up- building nf tho ra upo. the iniUa- lve ef the pare.ts alane. No oe ea ,teny that the physical deveinpmen of shim llfe is of equal importae Vaupunka, Wis. May 10, Ay hale bane yar ajent hat fur ten y but Ay rant ynu to kenel m Suturing tued up he to day that t me to tinking--I was siting in fnt nff my pase an a fai- ler drive np n a pkart r a.d ask eat t Maccaplice m I tsl h 47 miles, he y, geev me t5 gailuns of es d a qvar nf off. A lettle later a fal] r, We up en a Kedilak  say, how fa sit tn Meeapi  I say 47 tmles, be Efter vle, a failer drive np p a Dodge a. ask me, hew far vas eat to Maccaplice, geev heem 5 gai- In es an run pint off oh Efter a spell a farter drive up en a FeL you bat it Ionk lak hal. He ask me, ow faar vas it to Meapolice aa Ay say 47 miles, he sad geet me qvart nf rater an hold do aam ring vile get in. Yours truly, ave. Larsnn NOTICE. lte me and I'll give you prices and Ah'ah I. Matthews, Orto.Ule, THE. UNIVERSAL CA BIG REDUCTION In FORDS and FORDSONS FORDSONS $395.00 [ TOURING - ROADSTER - CHASSIS - COUPE - . - SEDAN TRUCK - Effective at once the prices of Ford Cars have been further reduced. This in addition to the reduction made last September at which time they were reduced lower than pre-war $348.00 - $319.00 $285.00 - $880.00 $645.00 - $430.00 The Prices F. O. B., Detroit. The Lowest Ever Quoted. Order now to insure reasona- bly prompt delivery. Correll Auto Co. L. F. Woods, Proprietor Phone'No. 1 Carroll, Minn. A BIG DAY At Big Stone City Friday, February 24th Type (hester white Brood Sow Sale 30 Head - CHOLERA IMMUNE - 30 Head Consisting of the Following: Tried Sows Yearlings Fall Gilts Spring Gilts Herd Boars: PRINCE DAUN HARVEYS WILDWOOD Prince Daun is a son of Lengthy Prince the Grand Champion Chester White boar at the Minnesota and Iowa State Fair last fall and also at the National Swine Show. The sows carry the blood lines of such boars as Prince Wildwood, Jr., Long John, Great Boy, Big Buster, Alfalfa Ace. SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH AT NOON 6old & (0, State Bi, (leri CoL Wm. Well'[, (01. I. W. Bfl/er, (rs Sale Will be held at the Big Stone Fair Grouuds in a heated pavilion KAERCHER & SCHAFER Professional mad Business Directory C. E. IGLOH l: or I:xpert phone 4- JOE BAYER & SON of the Ortonvllle Tailoring C g d pre neatly do. Suit Made to Oe. Urgevilla, Mhm ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes re a,ed neatl and Ia'ml:- GUS. E. ANDERSON. Prop. JOHN SPANYERS Light Haulin of all Kinds Exp and Be4mege relephe 287 Ortonvllle, Mhx PAUL DIRNBAUER Brisk Layer tad phta4,e Stee M sud All Fdm PETERSON & SON Pray Lht Big ste ike I Ortoavme. Kodak ....... . PRINTING ENLARGING Prompt, Quality S*k- Moderate P THE REED STUDIO Otonvine DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PYSICIAN One blok u hll r Garo'a g Stc vapor-Sulph Cblne Teutmtl (For rheasm, neattfla, etc.) F. L EROWN 1 THE JEWRL.EIt . ] )rtvflle, Mbuau Belva Kaereher - TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMON Or tville. Mlam FOR TRUCK SERVICE ! md any kind o light  Imav'/ Hausauer Bros. PHON er A. B. KAERCHER Atty t IAW Odd FeII B Ortonqlte, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. ' CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITI . C. PIL 12.15.14-1B-1 8h Ortonlle, CoL Win. Wegmullorf AUCTIONmP write me rb' lad gt I m m Or t tmvtlle, II[smms YOUR A COL. & W. lmm.gt Brd 8t,,  l'sa 8tiu A $1mt It For date wtte  st "J, A. JOHNSON PIANO Tt/Nlq &ND aanm ?HONE - W'IU, FINCH ple4  AB Work mrmttmt FF, BRUARY 16. 1922 IND[P[00D[NI ! EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. Managing Editor as second-class matter 1920, at the postoffice at Minn., under the Act of 1879. $2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application AdveisingpR..sRepresentatlveAssOCiATiON ] Advt. Representative. [NESOTA SELECT LIST. Bank St. Paul 6th St. Minneapolis THE REASON? the bill of The Or- Independent fo publishing property tax list it zs that the county commission- in accordance with an opin- from the Attorney Gen- in which it is held that the had no jurisdiction over but that it rested solely county treasurer in desig- paper to publish such list. event of such a ruling there, can be nothing held against of the commissioners, but m no way lessens the mor- on the part of the eoun- The Independent submitted in competition with all the pa- the county, it was found that furnished by this paper was [than that of any other bid and this paper was designated "official county paper." In the bid The Independent the tax-payers of this county $1600. of the fact that the county knew that The Independent to print "any and all no- from said county, of whatever and nature" as set out in the one-third the rate allowed by treasurer ignored this paper and placed the copy for the property tax list in the of The Ortonville Journal at legal rate. the matter up with the the only excuse offered for Journal the full legal rate of specifying The Indepen- one- third the legal rate, was did so "because it was to the of the public," or words effect, meaning that a larger of taxpayers read that paper. of the fact that The Inde- has during the past year that it maintained paid-up subscription list published in Big Stone and stands ready to prove the the excuse offered by the bears no weight and it would as matter of fact, that the in- of the tax- payer was ignored personal satisfaction of the who was "playing politics" expense. At least that is the in which we can view it. a public servant would not do power to first consider re- expenditures of the public beyond our reasoning. The of preference should matter of this nature. is only one course of procedure servant, placed in a AOME DEMONSTRATION HELPS vOt'LE ro HELP THEMSELVES Romount community in Dakota -aunty, Minn., has olfered a particu- larly interesting example of success m securing community co-operation thru home demonstration work. About a year ago the home demonstration agent for the county showed a small group of ten housekeepers in the com- munity how to make a dress form. This interested them in clothing work, md a series of clothig meetings was held giving the women attending much practical help in providing for the needs of their families thru its useful teachings. A permanent community club was started after the introduc- tion of the dress form, which took charge of the home demonstration ac- tivities in clothing work. At the same time Rosemount had become concerned over tlte problem of underweight chihlren to the extent of purchasing scales anti asking for a community project under the State nutrition specialist, and demonstra- tional instruction was given in such topics as "Why the body needs food," "What kind of food," "Food and the child," and "Special adult conditions." The Rosemount Community Club, which has a membership of 52, 20 vil- lage women and 32 farm women, has accomplished within the year between December 1, 1920 and December 1, 1921, the following community im- provements: the establishment of a rest room and traveling library; the purchase of a standard scale; the regular physical examination of 47 children; a project in nutrition; a food preparation project; a clothing demon- stration; the building of a band stand; many social and "get-together" en- tertainments. A splendid spirit of co-operation has been developed in the town, all growing out of the original efforts of the home demonstration agent of the United States Depart- ment of Agrichlture and the State Agricultural college. O CHURCH NOTICES Congregational Church. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor. Sunday: Morning preacifing serv- ice, 10:45 a. m. Sermon subject "The Divinity of Christ." Sunday school, 11:45 a. m. Evening preaching ser- vice, 7:45 p. m. Sermon, "Saul Among the Prophets." Thursday: Midweek Bible study meeting, 7:45 p. m. All are invited to attend these meetings. * * * Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Mind." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. * * * Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. * * * Eids Lutheran Church. (11 miles northeast of Odessa) Rev. S. M. Moe, Pastor. Services will be held Sunday, Febru- ary 26. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Alfred Stanley Wednesday, March 1. A cordial invitation is extended. O @ position by an electorate, is to serve his constituents Adelaide.--Preaching service every the least possible expense to alternate Sunday 2:30 p. m. Johnson.--Sunday school at 2:00, the amount involved is and preaching services every alternate or $1,000 does not lessen the Sunday at 3:00 p. m. done to the tax-payers. In the bill submitted by Journal amounted to for the publication of the list to, which amount was allow- bill submited by The Inde- t which wa disallowed amount- Everybody cordially invited to at- tend all meetings. * * * United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) Odessa--Sunday services as follows: a difference of $151.50 of Preaching at 10:00 a.m. tC L. C. E. affecting only one item. at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's OF BETTER EQUIPMENT. of purchasing a pup to the fire truck will be tip with members of the city Some time in the near future and it is hoped that will see the need of such equipment of the local present conditions the de- men are handicapped to a in their work because of of pressure. By purchasing that can be driven from the of the fire truck it will be pos- throw a stream over 'the schoolhouse and other tall- as elevators, something is impossible to do with the Pressure. will the pressure become ! by the installation of a it will be capable of deliver- of water per minuS. aPprocimate cost of such a Varies from $1,200 to $1,500. of Junking Things. want to break up these bat- demolish the submarines 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 atur- day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Correll--Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after. noon at 2:30 o'clock. * $ * Evangelical Association. (Big Stone City) G. E. Zech, Pastor Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m. You re cordially invited to attend these "Services. Methodist Episcopal Ray. G. L. Haggans, Pastor Public worship Sunday morning'at the Methodist church. Theme, "Have the Critics Taken Away the Bible?" Sunday school at 12:00 m. Epworth League at 7:00. The topic at 7:45 will be, "Half-Baked or Overdone." to pieces, and reduce Special music at both services. The or any other plate to Wesleyan Chorus Choir will practice we have a girl working out who is just the fellow job. Just put them on the Oom table, and she will do ge. aUCcessful worker is the one do what he ought to do when to do it, whether he wants to Wednesday evening followed by pray- er service. You are most heartily in- vited to all services. Emanuel Lutheran. Odessa, Minn. (3 miles east, 2 miles North) Arnold Nelson, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, February 19. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT United Evangelical Church. NOTICE. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. If your DeLaval Cream Separator Big Stone City.--Sunday school at is not working perfectly bring it in to 10:00 a. m. Preaching services at 11:00 us. We are prepared to fix it for you a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:00 p. at cost not to exceed $1.00. Alvah m. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m. I. Matthews, local dealer. *38-3 Prayer meeting and Bible class will be held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm. Eids Lutheran. (11 miles northeast of O,:ssa)) For the next two weeks I will hold a big sale on all winter hats. Mrs. M. L. Whiting. --Stickerei Braid, in red, pink, Rev. K. Knutson, There will be no servi day, February 19. Ser,,,- w:fl be held February 26. Trinity Lutheran Chnrch. Rev. Aug. Bartling, P s:or. Service every Sunday at J):00 a. m. Every third Sunday services : re i: the English language and the o .ec two Sundays in the German la,u t'e. Sunday school after each sevlce in English. Zion Lutheran Church. Ray. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular services next Sunday m.or- ning in the Swedish language at 10:30. Sunday school at 12:00 o'clock. ,vening services in English at 7:39. Text: Math. 20-116. Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Chas. Larson Thur:- ctay afternoon. February 16. ,. ,r. blue and navy, 3 yard bolts at 10c t Sun- each. Tyler's Variety Store. --Bring in those picturest we are ready to do your framing. 'Schoen- Swanson Furniture Co. HOOVER ON CLINICS AND LUNCHES. "I believe that the definite institu- tion of supplementary child-feeding in public schoolls in certain places is a nece-3sary pal of municipal en- deavor. Coupled also with this, I am a firm believer in clinical examina- tion and reports to parents as a def- inite part of school work. "Some may object that this exten- sion of medical supervision by com- ,munity nurses, clinical inspection of children in the schools, a supplemen- tal meal in schools of certain sections all tend to an extension of too inti- mate government. "In the very creation of free schools and compulsory education it- self we have accepted the fact that we cannot as a Nation rely for the up- building of the race upon the initia- tive of the parents alone. No one can deny that the physical development of chiRl life is of equal importance with education."--Herbert Hoover. Vaupunka, Win., May 10, 1921. Deer Mr. Ford: Ay hafe bane yur ajent har for tene yaars bat Ay rant you to kencel my kuntract. Sainting turned op hare to- day that set me to tinking--I was siting in front off my plane an a fal- ler drive op een a Peckart ear and esk me how faar van eet to Meeneapolice an I tal heem 47 miles, he say, geev me 15 galluns of ges and a qvart of oil. A lettle later a faller drive op en a Kedilak an say, how far ees it to Meeneapolice an I say 47 miles, be sen, geef me 10 galluns ges an a qvart off oil. Efter vile, a falter drive op ee.n a Dodge an esk me, how far van eet to Meeneapolice. an I sen 47 miles, he tel me Ah shud geev heem 5 gal- luns es an vun pint off oil. Efter a spell a faller drive op een a Ford you bat it look lak hal. He esk me how faar van it to Meeneapolice an Ay sey 47 miles, he ned geef me a qvart of vatr an hold de dam ring vile I get in. Yours truly, Sven Larson. * NOTICE, I have a carload of silos on hand. Write me and I'll give you prices and Alvah I. Matthews, Ortonville, *38-6 The short; girls wear skirts exceedingly Their knees are often bare; Their bathing suits are works of art. But mother doesn't care. Dear Father, whom they criticized For what they called a lack of taste, Appeared on day without a tie, And the family felt disgraced. The home brewer often brews trou- ble for himself. --If a Independent representative does not see you, call 297 and phone your news items to us. We are glad to receive them. THE UNIVERSAL CAI BIG REDUCTION In FORDS and FORDSONS Effective at once the prices of Ford Cars have been further reduced. This in addition to the reduction made last September at which time they were reduced lower than pre-war 'roumN00 - $348.00 ROADSTER - " $319.00 CHASSIS - - $285.00 cOUPE - - $580.00 SEDAN - - $645.00 'mUCK - $430.00 The Prices F. O. B., Detroit. The Lowest Ever Quoted. Order now to insure reasona- bly prompt delivery. Correll Auto Co. L. F. Woods, Proprietor Phone No. 1 Correll, Minn. A BIG DAY At Big Stone City Friday, February 24th Type (l00ester.Wn00te Brood Sow sale t tit t t I i t t i ! 30 Head CHOLERA IMMUNE - 30 Head Consisting of the Following: Tried Sows Yearlings Fall Gilts Spring Gilts Herd Boars: PRINCE DAUN HARVEYS WILDWOOD Prince Daun is a son of Lengthy Prince the Grand Champion Chester White boar at the Minnesota and Iowa State Fairs last fall and also at the National Swine Show. The sows carry the blood lines of such boars as Prince Wildwood, Jr., Long John, Great Boy, Big Buster, Alfalfa Ace. SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK LUNCH AT NOON (ioid & (0. State Bank, (lark (ol. Wm. Wellefldorf, (ol. J. W. Belzer, Auctioneers Sale Will be held at the Big Stone Fair Grouuds in a heated pavilion KAERcHER & SCHAFER PAGE $ O Professional and Business Directory @ C. E. $IGLOH [xpert ELECTRIC 0[ ,WIRING REPAIRING Phone 284-L Ortonville, lhm, JOE BAYER & SON Of the Ortonvitle Tailoring Co. All kinds of cleaning and pressing neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonville, Minn. ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes repaired neatly and prompt- ly. Our Work Guaranteed. GUS, E. ANDERSON, Prop, JOHN SPANYERS ! Light Hauling of all Kinds | $ Express and Baggage ] Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. l P PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Lsyer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. 9rtonville, Minn. IL F. D PETERSON & SON l Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ic Phone 38 Ortonville. Kodak DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service. Moderate Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block uphill frora Gunderson' rrug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) F. L. BROWN I THE JEWELER . ! Ortonville, Minnemta t ? Belva Kaercher TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY Ortonville, Minn. FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt Attention 1 A. B. KAERCHER [ Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITE, D. C,. PIL C. Spinographor 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Ortonville, Minn. ,, Col. Wm. Wellendorf AUCTIONEER 80 years' eenee. No ing on your prolmrty. Call mr write me early aad get ha at am early date. Ortonville. YOUR AUCTION]R COL. J. W. BELZER Real Estate; MeNkaadise, lame Bred Stock and Farm Salu A Specialty For dates write n' at OrtonviU Graduate f Jones Auction SI J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING &ND REPAIRING PHONES---Resideam- IN Fitam 8t ,88 All Work Gum,ted  Ortonville, WILL FINCH Experieneed Painter Phone Z,L All Work (]hmrautd ELMER URY HE WELL DI@GIr' Flfttm Years Bxlmrlm (hnville, Minm. I.F. 1, |