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PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, @ @ CLINTON NEWS Mrs. Theodore Anderson has been on the sick list. Mrs. A. E. Howe is visiting in Or- tonville this week. Martin Erickson returned from the Graceville hospital this week. The Norwegian Ladies Aid met at l ca p. These articles were made by I Martin Haugen's on Thursday. I disabled veterans of the world war I The Reading Circle met at the home I and by buying gum you are helping I of Mrs. Beaty last Monday night. [those who have sacrificed so much for August Larson was initiated in the you. Buy gum, get your tickets with/ Rebekah lodge on Tuesday night.  your name on them and drop them il, A. E. Gongol made a business trip] the ballot box at Krook's store. Thc- to the cities the first of the week. three articles are also on display in q Anna Trebil spent the week-end at the home of her friend Ruth Larson. Pete Depolder returned on Friday fram his visit to northern Minnesota. Abel Gooding of Minneapolis is vis- Ring at the home of Martin Rasmus- sen. Miss Marion Cockburn of Villard is visiting at the home'of Rev. Johns- toll. Miss Selma Hagner of Peever is vis- Ring at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wiley Ross. Sig Harrison left for Omaha this morning, after having visited here for several days. Mrs. S. M. Moe entertained the teachers at a delightful dinner party Wednesday evening. Mrs. Wiley Ross visited elatives in Ortonville from Wednesday util Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Larson enter- tained thirty guests at a progressive whist party Tuesday night. Gilbert McCallom shipped a pure- bred Roan Durham bull to F. W. Mur- phy of Wheaten on Friday. A party of ineighbors enjoyed a quilting bee at the:home of Mrs. F. M. Beaty last Thursday afternoon. Miss Carrie Hurley of Cedar Ra- pids, Ia., is visiting this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Cleve Wil- llama. Mrs. Dodds, Drs. Mundwiler and Mrs. Hippie of Pleasant Valley at- tended the M. E. Ladies' Aid on Wed- nesday. The Epworth League held a valen- fine social in the church parlors on Tuesday night. A very good time was reported. Miss Erma Johnson gave a party to a few friends last Thursday even- ing. A pleasant evening was spent in playing whist. Mrs J. H. Erickson entertained the teachers at a delicious lunch on Tues- day afternoon in honor of Miss Ter- wilHgeds birthday. --Free Movies! Free band concerts. To everyone who comes to Clinton on Economy Day. Whether you buy or ot, come and meet your friends here. Watch for the big bills. The American Legion have decided to put on a home talent play in the near future and have already begun work on-their play. Arthur Storiom. has taken over the agency for the Sexton company's groceries which was formerly han- I died by Henry Morrill. Mrs. Carl Frederlckson came up The regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxilliary was heht at the home of I Mrs. Charley Carl oh Thursday after-1 noon, February 9. At this meeting the ladies decided to sell gum at 10c i a stick and with each purchase of I Fre4 Carlson purchased a horse same you will be given a ticket which I from Abel Eastman last Thursday. entitles you to one chance on three l Mrs. Abel Eastman visited at the articles--lamp, pillow-top and hockey Mike Eastman home Wednesday af- ternoon. lastman Bros. purchased a bunch of feeding steers from Henry Knud- son last week. John Carlson was confined to the house several days last week by e bad attack of LaGrippe. There was no school at Stephney the above mentioned place and will schoolhouse on Monday of last week be given away February 21. This is your opportunity to help a good cause. Only 1Oc a ticket. ,I AKRON NEWS Klages Brothers were shelling corn one day this week. Adolph Henkelman was an Orton- ville caller Saturday. Miss Elsie Klages visited with her brothers, Henry and William. Mrs. K. R. Long called on Mable WolSmeyer on Saturday afternoon. The Sandwich Club will meet at Mrs. Fred Henkelman's next Friday night. Mrs. Gust Pansch was the guest of Mrs. Gust Henkelman one day this week. Mrs. K. R. Long called on Mrs. Richard Schmeichel one day last week. The Co-operative Telephone Com- pany had their meeting last Monday night, February 13. Henry Schmeichel of Akron, called on his brother Max near Odessa, Thursday afternoon. Elsie, Herbert and Adolph Klages spent Sunday afternoon with their sis- ter, Mrs. Richard Schmeichel. Lester Frizzell of near Correll, took the midnight passenger to Ortonville last Saturday night. We wonder why. Oscar Krier and Mabel Wolfmeyer went to Ortonville Thursday of last week and had some dental work done. Swan Nelson, S. H. Frizzell and Mr. Sitter were among those from this section who attended the funeral of Mr. A. B. Kaercher. Steven Pullis and Art Dew came down from Ortonville, where t)ney were working on the ice, for a visit with Mrs. Pullis over Sunday. K. R. Long and Gust Henkelman drove up to Ortonville where Mr. Long consulted the doctors about his health which has been poorly the past few weeks. Gust Henkelman and Jim McGuire had the misfortune of getting their fingers in the orn sheller whim shel- llng corn for Bill Wolfmeyer last Monday." CORRELL NEWS t @ Chas, Vieg was an Appleton caller Friday. i FOSTER i Farmers Complete Wallace Rossenlund visited at the Relief Platform Eli Stotesbury home over Sunday. Conference Makes Recommendations For Immediate Legislative Assistance. on account of the storm. Ed. olwell, our local stock buyer, made several business calls in the neighborhood this week. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., entertained a number of their friends at a party Wednesday evening. Several of the residents of District No. 31 are practicing a play which they expect to give in the near fu- ture. There were no church services at tephney last Sunday, Rev. Fenscke being absent on account of the death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Connelly and family visited Saturday at the C. G Seip home in Beardsley, celebrating the birthday of Mr. Seip. Among several sheep sold last week by Clause G. Knudson was a ewe which weighed 241 pounds. Mr. Knudson thinks this is not far from a record. Abel Eastman called at the Chas. Bergstrom home Wednesday, and pur- chased several turkey hens. He ex- pects to raise turkeys this year. There was no farmers club at Sun- nyside last Friday evening on account of the stormy weather. The meeting to organize the Foster unit of the Far Bureau, which was to have taken place after the club meeting was postponed. The new date has not been announced. @ Northwest Almond I O Hilmer Anderson has been having his well repaired this week. Arthur Dimberg made a business trip to Ortonville on Tuesday. Lester Rosenlund and Mahlon Mc- Cartney visited at the Dimberg home Sunday evening. Mrs. C. J. Anderson is suffering from a severe cold, we hope her a speedy recovery. Miss Esther Hedin, of Willmar, vis- ited at the home of her sister, Mrs. T. J. Andersn, the fore part of this week. Mrs. T. J. Anderson, daughter Frances, and Miss Esther Hedin vis- ited school in district nineteen last Monday. Mrs. Jean McCartney, Mattie and Mahlon and Lester Rosenlund visited at the Swan Erickson home last Sat- urday evening.  MALTA @ from Ortonllle on Tuesday morning Mrs. N. Wegdahl was an Appleton @ to visit at the home of her parents, caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Schell. J. Wiese was a business caller in end with Miss Estella Shoqulst. A special meeting of the entertain- ment committee of the Women's Aux- iliary was" held on Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Chas. Carl. On February 28 a moving picture entitled "The Stream of Life" will be hown at the opera house and the lroceeds will go to the M. E. church. Mx Alec Holmer entertained a few friends at a rook party for Miss Leo Larson last week, Wednesday Appleton Friday. W.S. Lyman of Clinton called at Roy Blum was a business caller in the W. B. Crowley home on Tuesday. Appleton Saturday. Victor' Boals was m Ortonville Thursday to attend the funeral of the Martena Griese spent Sunday in Ortonville this week. . Lester Frizzell spent Sunday at Or- tonville with friends. Lynn Woods made a business trip to Minneapolis Monday. Mrs. J. Monson was a passenger to Appleton Wednesday. Edward Birk had some dental work The National Agricultural Confer- ence, held in Washington last week, worked out a legislative program of vital importance to the farmers of America. Outlining specific planks in a national agricultural platform, the Conference went on record as favor- ing: The Agricultural bloc in congress. The report of the Congressional Joint Commission of Agricultural In- Co-operative marketing of farm products and enactment of legislation permitting co-operative-associations to have marketing agencies in com- man and to make contracts and agree- ments necessary to effect such pur- poses. Congressional action to re-establish a fair exchange for farm products with that of all other commodities. Comprehensive study of govern- mental price guarantees. Better articulation between state and Federal marketing services and their extension. Amentment to warehouse act facili- tating the financing of stored crops and better protection of such crops. Better storage in producing district and more adequate terminal facilities. Establishment of more Federal standards for farm products. Laws prohibiting interstate traffic and manufacture of filled milk. Laws, state and national, authoriz- ing co-operative marketing. Legislation compelling truthful la- beling of raw an4 manufactured prod- ucts, such as provided in truth-in-fab- ric bill now pending. Elimination of Congressional free- 6eed. Studies are Requested. Congressional investigation of va- rious plans for stabilizing the dollar. Dissemination of fuller information regarding European agricultural mar- keting conditions by the Department of Agriculture." Investigation by the Interstate Com- merce Commission of the advisability of extending preferential rates to agricultural commodities. Extension of the provision of the Webb-Pomerene Act, which provides for combination of concerns for ex- port trade in order to meet competi- tion of consolidated purchasing of other countries. Farmers Want Financial Justice. Congressional legislation to meet the need for agricultural credit run- ning from six months to three years, such as is provided in the recommen- dations of the Congressional Joint Agricultural Commission, and con- tinuance of the powers of the War Finance Corporation until such credit i made available. Amendment of the Federal Reserve Act so as to give Federal Reserve Banks authority to buy and sell notes night. served. The Declamatory Contest is to be held at Graeeville on Thursday night of this weak. Erma Johnson and Ar- thur Huelid of this place are to take in the contest. The Long Island Junior band will give a concert in the Pleasant Valley church Friday evening, February 24. Tile young people's society of the val- |ey will serve lunch. Bring your produce to Clinton on February 21, Economy Day, and take advantage of the many bargains an4 l"=''s offered by the merchants. There x : .c special bargains in every store. u can't affor to miss it. The W. C. T. U. met last Wednes- Delicious refreshments were done in Appleton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Robertson went to Minneapolis Tuesday night. Richard Robertson made a busines trip to Minneapolis this week. Mrs. Helen _Maynard is spending a few days in Odessa with relatives. Mr. T. A. Barr and, son Duncan went to Minneapolis Sunday night. Mrs. Helen Maynard visited in Ap- pleton between trains Wednesday. John Frizzell of Graceville visited his parents for a few days last week. Miss Lucille Donk Spent" the week- end out. of town at the S. H. F rizzell home. Mrs. Robert Wendt of Appleton came Saturday to visit her sister Mrs. @ secured by warehouse receipts coy- Miss Thelma Force spent the week- ering readily marketable non-peish- able agricultural staples or livestock, of the kinds and maturity no weligi- ble for rediscount. Recognition of agricfflture and mer- chandising and manufacturing in the late A. B. Kaercher. selection of the Federal Reserve board Miss Mar), Hickson has been hay- and direct)rs of Federal Reserve ing an attack of LaGrippe, but seems banks. to be recovering now.  Extraordinary efforts in the sale of John and Kenneth Lyman, E. Man- farm bonds and the creation of an teifel and Jack Teare are in Orton- agency in the Farm Loan System to ville working with the ice crew. market its bonds. Earl Swezey went to Graceville last Increasing the individual borrowing Wednesday to deliver a team of limit thru Federal Farm Loans from ho:ses that he had sold to Jake Maiers. $10,000 to $25,000. there was to be a dance at Man- Congressional amendment to the teifel's last Friday evening but the joint-stock land bank act so the banks weather was not favorable for a large may issue bonds to amount of twenty crowd, times their capital. George Propp, mail carrier on R. Extension of the activities of the 2, did not make the trip on Satur- Federal Farm Loan System so that it day, as the morning train did not ar- may lend on all of the commodities rive in Clinton until afternoon, which the farmer usually puts up as TRAIL TELEPHONE COMPANY OFFICERS ELECTED FOR 1922 At the annual meeting of The Trail Telephone Company, held at the schoolhouse in Dist. No. 54, the fol- lowing officers were elected for the year 1922: Gust Panch, president, K. R. Long, vice-presidefit; Henry day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cora Allpress. Olaf Sheen with a large attendance. Herbert Miller of Browns' Vailey Hovde, secretary, A. C. Woodward, The next meeting of the Union will spent a few (lays "this week visiting treasurer. be the second Wednesday in March friends in Correll. After the meeting oyster stew, at the home "of Mrs. L. H. tephens. Mrs. F. West and Mrs. C. C. Pe- Sandwiches, cake and coffee were The merchants of Clton have corn- terson shopped in Appleton Wednes- selwed.ent. There were about sixty pres- IOWA FARMERS COMING OUT ALL RIGHT, SAYS MCNIFF Financial conditions arbng the far- mers of northwestern Iowa are not as serious as they are in this section of Minnesota in the opinion of Mr. Jas. McNiff of this city, who returned fro Danbury, Iowa, after having visited there for several days. " Mr. McNiff, who lives on a farm just east of town, formerly lived at Darrbury anti he reports that corn has sold considerably higher there during the winter than it has here, with a price around 40c per bushel. The average farmer there has a fairly large herd of hogs and these will help wonderfully in meeting present cm- ditions. hined to cut down the cost of living to the conmmaer. This will be shown to you Tuesday, February 21. Economy Ilmy, in Clinton. Prides will be below tiptoe of any mail order house. Come d see for yourself. The Woll Concert, given last Thurs- day night under the auspices of the lqorwegian Lutheran choir was well attended and was a most enjoyable eutertainment* Both Mr. and Mrs. V/oil are artists in their line and their program was a treat to all who love music. TII Jamboree at the schoolhopse, given by the Juniors last Saturday night, was a big success and netted the ss about $75.00. The enter- tainment was clever anti amusing and necessitated much hard work by all who took part but the reults were very satisfactory. The Ladies' Aid met in the M. E. hurch on Wednesday and a very large crowd was in attendance. The com- mittee served an excellent lunch. The Aid will hold its next meeting the rt of March and will be entertained by Mr Dimberg, Mrs. McCartney, [r. Young and Mrs. Haggaman. day between trains. \\; Miss Lindquist spent the week-end in Ortonville where she visited at tle Dr. Schoen he.me. Mrs. Cora Alpress returned Friday after spending a few days with rela- tives t Artichoke. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson spent the week-end at Big Stone visiting at the Chas. Hegge home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Watson wen to Minneapolis Tuesday night where they attended the auto show. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Frizzell enter- tained a few friends at a party at their home Friday afternoon. Have you decide, i what you are go- ing' to call the baby, old man ? Yes, I'm going to call him whatever my wife names hi:n. --Rio Rac in red, white, blue, navy and 4 yard.bolts at 12c each. Ty- [er's Variety Store. CopHey! Where are you going? D( n t you know that this is a one-way street ? Diver--Well. I'm only goin' one "way, ain't I ? --Pitt. Panther. "Only fools are sure of anything," avserted the argumentative husband. "Oh. I don't know about that, dear," reasoned his wife. "Oh, don't you?" he retorted. "Well, I do. I'm absolutely sure df it'" And the little mowan simply smiled and went on with her knitting. New Subscribers To The Independent. L. H. Stephens Chas Larson H. L. McDowell N. D. Metal Co. Sidney Folkens Olaf Steen J. E. Gustafson A. E. Randall Jentoff Johnson Mrs. A. J. Lawrence Mrs. Oscar Haugen Miss Hannah Jones Ruth M. Rafseth Joe Crawley Geo. Clymer collateral. Extension of credit abroad, thru in- ternational financial institutions, and assistance in stabilizing exchange and stimulating trade. Celebrates Eighty-third BirthdaY. Mrs. Gus Orton entertained a num- ber of ladies of the neighborhood Tuesday afternoon in honor of her mother, "Grandma" Brown, in celebra- tion of her eighty-third birthday. Her sons and daughters of Sioux Falls, S. D., were unable to be present. A large birthday cake with 83 candles was presented by Mrs, Or(on to her mother, and she was also the recipient of many beautiful gifts. A delicious luncheon was served and the afternoon thoroly enjoyed. LOCAL MARKET Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern No. 1 Wheat ........ $1,38 Flax .......................................... 2,31 Rye ............................................. 85 Oats .......................................... 29 Barley ........................................ 39 Corn ........................................... 36 Tracy.Shumaker Co. Turkeys ..................................... 25 Geese ......................................... 11 Ducks ......................................... 17 Springs ...................................... 15 Old Roosters ............................. 09 Hens ........................................... 17 Eggs, per doz .......................... 27 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat .................................. ,0 Exclu.sive agents for the famous Way Sagless Springs. Schoen-Swen- son Furniture Co. If you cannot win, make thee one ahead break the record. [ ANNOUNCEMENT. We have heard rumors at different times to the effect that we were going out of business. We wish to state that The Palace Billiard Exchange in Or- tonville is a PERMANENT proposi- tion and we thank our friends for their splendid patronage and trust that we have merited the treatment that we have received at their hands. Very sincerely yours, The Palace Billiard Exchange, H. E. Harvey, Proprietor. ANNOUNCEMENT. I wish to announce that in ad- dition to my Osteopathic prac- tice I am now equipped to test refractive errors of the eyes by the most modern methods. Of- fice one block up the hill from the Gunderson Drug Store. --Dr. R. D. RIIENBARK. Legion Auxiliary Members of the Legion will hold a candy and The Pie House on commencing at three JUST A FEW OF MY PRICES. Rice "Broken" per ib ......... PRESERVE. Raspberry or Strawberry Large Jar Peaberry Coffee. lb. PEELED PEACHES Try a 2-lb. Package for .... Red Salmon. I lb. fiat can Lenox Soap, 12 bars .......... I Appeetate Your Trade A.C. SA Phone 37 ) - DUROCS at In heated building on Fair Grounds, Big Stone City, S. D. Tuesday, February 21, COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP A great offering of big type Durocs. Well grown, well well fed, cholera immune. The best investment you can Herd Boars: Pathfinder Wonder's Disturber by Pathfinder and Giant Sensation H. by Uneeda Great Orion Sensation. TERMS--Cash with a 2 per cent discount or time until on good bankable paper bearing 8 per cent interest. FREE LUNCH TREBIL & DALY, Auctioneers. WAYNE KELLY, HARRY HIPPLE & SON, Owners ORTONVILLE, MINN. H. C. SMALL'S BIG BIG TYPE POLAND AT SALES PAVILION 40 [ 36 SELECT SPRING GILTS 40 4 CHOICE FALL GILTS MANKATO, MINN., MARCH 4th, These gilts are by some of the best blood lines of the in color, back, feet stretch and general make-up. Such giant Poland can only farrow. I feel this is the best have ever made. Those of you thaV have attended my sah past, know what that ,means, they are out of Minnesota Big Jack, Minipulator, Long Prices Equal, Yankee Leader Gt. Won., Foundation, Big Bone, Sioux's Wonder and bred of quality ;--such as Bob Again, Jumbo Again, Checker Boy% lution, Buech's Great Wonder, A Designer, Black Buster aria Bone Leader. Now boys come and get your share of Remember the dte, March 4th, 1922. Ask for Catalog. Yours for Better and More Hogs, H. C. SMALL, Mankato, PURE BRED Duroc Sow Appleton, Saturday, Feb. (At Brown's Livery Barn) There is No Better Time get into the Pure Bred Hog Business than now everyone will concede that. You will find amon my offering of 35 of tried sows, fall an! spring gilts hogs are everything that you can hope for Sensation and Pathfinder breeding high well fed animals that will measure up to claims for them. Sale begins promptly at one o'clock. TERMS:. Cash or bankable 0aper due Oct. 1, GEO. ENYART, Edgerly, N. D., Farmers & Mchts. State Bank, Appleton, F. L. MAHLE, Owner PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, @ @ CLINTON NEWS Mrs. Theodore Anderson has been on the sick list. Mrs. A. E. Howe is visiting in Or- tonville this week. Martin Erickson returned from the Graceville hospital this week. The Norwegian Ladies Aid met at l ca p. These articles were made by I Martin Haugen's on Thursday. I disabled veterans of the world war I The Reading Circle met at the home I and by buying gum you are helping I of Mrs. Beaty last Monday night. [those who have sacrificed so much for August Larson was initiated in the you. Buy gum, get your tickets with/ Rebekah lodge on Tuesday night.  your name on them and drop them il, A. E. Gongol made a business trip] the ballot box at Krook's store. Thc- to the cities the first of the week. three articles are also on display in q Anna Trebil spent the week-end at the home of her friend Ruth Larson. Pete Depolder returned on Friday fram his visit to northern Minnesota. Abel Gooding of Minneapolis is vis- Ring at the home of Martin Rasmus- sen. Miss Marion Cockburn of Villard is visiting at the home'of Rev. Johns- toll. Miss Selma Hagner of Peever is vis- Ring at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wiley Ross. Sig Harrison left for Omaha this morning, after having visited here for several days. Mrs. S. M. Moe entertained the teachers at a delightful dinner party Wednesday evening. Mrs. Wiley Ross visited elatives in Ortonville from Wednesday util Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Larson enter- tained thirty guests at a progressive whist party Tuesday night. Gilbert McCallom shipped a pure- bred Roan Durham bull to F. W. Mur- phy of Wheaten on Friday. A party of ineighbors enjoyed a quilting bee at the:home of Mrs. F. M. Beaty last Thursday afternoon. Miss Carrie Hurley of Cedar Ra- pids, Ia., is visiting this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Cleve Wil- llama. Mrs. Dodds, Drs. Mundwiler and Mrs. Hippie of Pleasant Valley at- tended the M. E. Ladies' Aid on Wed- nesday. The Epworth League held a valen- fine social in the church parlors on Tuesday night. A very good time was reported. Miss Erma Johnson gave a party to a few friends last Thursday even- ing. A pleasant evening was spent in playing whist. Mrs J. H. Erickson entertained the teachers at a delicious lunch on Tues- day afternoon in honor of Miss Ter- wilHgeds birthday. --Free Movies! Free band concerts. To everyone who comes to Clinton on Economy Day. Whether you buy or ot, come and meet your friends here. Watch for the big bills. The American Legion have decided to put on a home talent play in the near future and have already begun work on-their play. Arthur Storiom. has taken over the agency for the Sexton company's groceries which was formerly han- I died by Henry Morrill. Mrs. Carl Frederlckson came up The regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxilliary was heht at the home of I Mrs. Charley Carl oh Thursday after-1 noon, February 9. At this meeting the ladies decided to sell gum at 10c i a stick and with each purchase of I Fre4 Carlson purchased a horse same you will be given a ticket which I from Abel Eastman last Thursday. entitles you to one chance on three l Mrs. Abel Eastman visited at the articles--lamp, pillow-top and hockey Mike Eastman home Wednesday af- ternoon. lastman Bros. purchased a bunch of feeding steers from Henry Knud- son last week. John Carlson was confined to the house several days last week by e bad attack of LaGrippe. There was no school at Stephney the above mentioned place and will schoolhouse on Monday of last week be given away February 21. This is your opportunity to help a good cause. Only 1Oc a ticket. ,I AKRON NEWS Klages Brothers were shelling corn one day this week. Adolph Henkelman was an Orton- ville caller Saturday. Miss Elsie Klages visited with her brothers, Henry and William. Mrs. K. R. Long called on Mable WolSmeyer on Saturday afternoon. The Sandwich Club will meet at Mrs. Fred Henkelman's next Friday night. Mrs. Gust Pansch was the guest of Mrs. Gust Henkelman one day this week. Mrs. K. R. Long called on Mrs. Richard Schmeichel one day last week. The Co-operative Telephone Com- pany had their meeting last Monday night, February 13. Henry Schmeichel of Akron, called on his brother Max near Odessa, Thursday afternoon. Elsie, Herbert and Adolph Klages spent Sunday afternoon with their sis- ter, Mrs. Richard Schmeichel. Lester Frizzell of near Correll, took the midnight passenger to Ortonville last Saturday night. We wonder why. Oscar Krier and Mabel Wolfmeyer went to Ortonville Thursday of last week and had some dental work done. Swan Nelson, S. H. Frizzell and Mr. Sitter were among those from this section who attended the funeral of Mr. A. B. Kaercher. Steven Pullis and Art Dew came down from Ortonville, where t)ney were working on the ice, for a visit with Mrs. Pullis over Sunday. K. R. Long and Gust Henkelman drove up to Ortonville where Mr. Long consulted the doctors about his health which has been poorly the past few weeks. Gust Henkelman and Jim McGuire had the misfortune of getting their fingers in the orn sheller whim shel- llng corn for Bill Wolfmeyer last Monday." CORRELL NEWS t @ Chas, Vieg was an Appleton caller Friday. i FOSTER i Farmers Complete Wallace Rossenlund visited at the Relief Platform Eli Stotesbury home over Sunday. Conference Makes Recommendations For Immediate Legislative Assistance. on account of the storm. Ed. olwell, our local stock buyer, made several business calls in the neighborhood this week. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., entertained a number of their friends at a party Wednesday evening. Several of the residents of District No. 31 are practicing a play which they expect to give in the near fu- ture. There were no church services at tephney last Sunday, Rev. Fenscke being absent on account of the death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Connelly and family visited Saturday at the C. G Seip home in Beardsley, celebrating the birthday of Mr. Seip. Among several sheep sold last week by Clause G. Knudson was a ewe which weighed 241 pounds. Mr. Knudson thinks this is not far from a record. Abel Eastman called at the Chas. Bergstrom home Wednesday, and pur- chased several turkey hens. He ex- pects to raise turkeys this year. There was no farmers club at Sun- nyside last Friday evening on account of the stormy weather. The meeting to organize the Foster unit of the Far Bureau, which was to have taken place after the club meeting was postponed. The new date has not been announced. @ Northwest Almond I O Hilmer Anderson has been having his well repaired this week. Arthur Dimberg made a business trip to Ortonville on Tuesday. Lester Rosenlund and Mahlon Mc- Cartney visited at the Dimberg home Sunday evening. Mrs. C. J. Anderson is suffering from a severe cold, we hope her a speedy recovery. Miss Esther Hedin, of Willmar, vis- ited at the home of her sister, Mrs. T. J. Andersn, the fore part of this week. Mrs. T. J. Anderson, daughter Frances, and Miss Esther Hedin vis- ited school in district nineteen last Monday. Mrs. Jean McCartney, Mattie and Mahlon and Lester Rosenlund visited at the Swan Erickson home last Sat- urday evening.  MALTA @ from Ortonllle on Tuesday morning Mrs. N. Wegdahl was an Appleton @ to visit at the home of her parents, caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Schell. J. Wiese was a business caller in end with Miss Estella Shoqulst. A special meeting of the entertain- ment committee of the Women's Aux- iliary was" held on Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Chas. Carl. On February 28 a moving picture entitled "The Stream of Life" will be hown at the opera house and the lroceeds will go to the M. E. church. Mx Alec Holmer entertained a few friends at a rook party for Miss Leo Larson last week, Wednesday Appleton Friday. W.S. Lyman of Clinton called at Roy Blum was a business caller in the W. B. Crowley home on Tuesday. Appleton Saturday. Victor' Boals was m Ortonville Thursday to attend the funeral of the Martena Griese spent Sunday in Ortonville this week. . Lester Frizzell spent Sunday at Or- tonville with friends. Lynn Woods made a business trip to Minneapolis Monday. Mrs. J. Monson was a passenger to Appleton Wednesday. Edward Birk had some dental work The National Agricultural Confer- ence, held in Washington last week, worked out a legislative program of vital importance to the farmers of America. Outlining specific planks in a national agricultural platform, the Conference went on record as favor- ing: The Agricultural bloc in congress. The report of the Congressional Joint Commission of Agricultural In- Co-operative marketing of farm products and enactment of legislation permitting co-operative-associations to have marketing agencies in com- man and to make contracts and agree- ments necessary to effect such pur- poses. Congressional action to re-establish a fair exchange for farm products with that of all other commodities. Comprehensive study of govern- mental price guarantees. Better articulation between state and Federal marketing services and their extension. Amentment to warehouse act facili- tating the financing of stored crops and better protection of such crops. Better storage in producing district and more adequate terminal facilities. Establishment of more Federal standards for farm products. Laws prohibiting interstate traffic and manufacture of filled milk. Laws, state and national, authoriz- ing co-operative marketing. Legislation compelling truthful la- beling of raw an4 manufactured prod- ucts, such as provided in truth-in-fab- ric bill now pending. Elimination of Congressional free- 6eed. Studies are Requested. Congressional investigation of va- rious plans for stabilizing the dollar. Dissemination of fuller information regarding European agricultural mar- keting conditions by the Department of Agriculture." Investigation by the Interstate Com- merce Commission of the advisability of extending preferential rates to agricultural commodities. Extension of the provision of the Webb-Pomerene Act, which provides for combination of concerns for ex- port trade in order to meet competi- tion of consolidated purchasing of other countries. Farmers Want Financial Justice. Congressional legislation to meet the need for agricultural credit run- ning from six months to three years, such as is provided in the recommen- dations of the Congressional Joint Agricultural Commission, and con- tinuance of the powers of the War Finance Corporation until such credit i made available. Amendment of the Federal Reserve Act so as to give Federal Reserve Banks authority to buy and sell notes night. served. The Declamatory Contest is to be held at Graeeville on Thursday night of this weak. Erma Johnson and Ar- thur Huelid of this place are to take in the contest. The Long Island Junior band will give a concert in the Pleasant Valley church Friday evening, February 24. Tile young people's society of the val- |ey will serve lunch. Bring your produce to Clinton on February 21, Economy Day, and take advantage of the many bargains an4 l"=''s offered by the merchants. There x : .c special bargains in every store. u can't affor to miss it. The W. C. T. U. met last Wednes- Delicious refreshments were done in Appleton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Robertson went to Minneapolis Tuesday night. Richard Robertson made a busines trip to Minneapolis this week. Mrs. Helen _Maynard is spending a few days in Odessa with relatives. Mr. T. A. Barr and, son Duncan went to Minneapolis Sunday night. Mrs. Helen Maynard visited in Ap- pleton between trains Wednesday. John Frizzell of Graceville visited his parents for a few days last week. Miss Lucille Donk Spent" the week- end out. of town at the S. H. F rizzell home. Mrs. Robert Wendt of Appleton came Saturday to visit her sister Mrs. @ secured by warehouse receipts coy- Miss Thelma Force spent the week- ering readily marketable non-peish- able agricultural staples or livestock, of the kinds and maturity no weligi- ble for rediscount. Recognition of agricfflture and mer- chandising and manufacturing in the late A. B. Kaercher. selection of the Federal Reserve board Miss Mar), Hickson has been hay- and direct)rs of Federal Reserve ing an attack of LaGrippe, but seems banks. to be recovering now.  Extraordinary efforts in the sale of John and Kenneth Lyman, E. Man- farm bonds and the creation of an teifel and Jack Teare are in Orton- agency in the Farm Loan System to ville working with the ice crew. market its bonds. Earl Swezey went to Graceville last Increasing the individual borrowing Wednesday to deliver a team of limit thru Federal Farm Loans from ho:ses that he had sold to Jake Maiers. $10,000 to $25,000. there was to be a dance at Man- Congressional amendment to the teifel's last Friday evening but the joint-stock land bank act so the banks weather was not favorable for a large may issue bonds to amount of twenty crowd, times their capital. George Propp, mail carrier on R. Extension of the activities of the 2, did not make the trip on Satur- Federal Farm Loan System so that it day, as the morning train did not ar- may lend on all of the commodities rive in Clinton until afternoon, which the farmer usually puts up as TRAIL TELEPHONE COMPANY OFFICERS ELECTED FOR 1922 At the annual meeting of The Trail Telephone Company, held at the schoolhouse in Dist. No. 54, the fol- lowing officers were elected for the year 1922: Gust Panch, president, K. R. Long, vice-presidefit; Henry day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cora Allpress. Olaf Sheen with a large attendance. Herbert Miller of Browns' Vailey Hovde, secretary, A. C. Woodward, The next meeting of the Union will spent a few (lays "this week visiting treasurer. be the second Wednesday in March friends in Correll. After the meeting oyster stew, at the home "of Mrs. L. H. tephens. Mrs. F. West and Mrs. C. C. Pe- Sandwiches, cake and coffee were The merchants of Clton have corn- terson shopped in Appleton Wednes- selwed.ent. There were about sixty pres- IOWA FARMERS COMING OUT ALL RIGHT, SAYS MCNIFF Financial conditions arbng the far- mers of northwestern Iowa are not as serious as they are in this section of Minnesota in the opinion of Mr. Jas. McNiff of this city, who returned fro Danbury, Iowa, after having visited there for several days. " Mr. McNiff, who lives on a farm just east of town, formerly lived at Darrbury anti he reports that corn has sold considerably higher there during the winter than it has here, with a price around 40c per bushel. The average farmer there has a fairly large herd of hogs and these will help wonderfully in meeting present cm- ditions. hined to cut down the cost of living to the conmmaer. This will be shown to you Tuesday, February 21. Economy Ilmy, in Clinton. Prides will be below tiptoe of any mail order house. Come d see for yourself. The Woll Concert, given last Thurs- day night under the auspices of the lqorwegian Lutheran choir was well attended and was a most enjoyable eutertainment* Both Mr. and Mrs. V/oil are artists in their line and their program was a treat to all who love music. TII Jamboree at the schoolhopse, given by the Juniors last Saturday night, was a big success and netted the ss about $75.00. The enter- tainment was clever anti amusing and necessitated much hard work by all who took part but the reults were very satisfactory. The Ladies' Aid met in the M. E. hurch on Wednesday and a very large crowd was in attendance. The com- mittee served an excellent lunch. The Aid will hold its next meeting the rt of March and will be entertained by Mr Dimberg, Mrs. McCartney, [r. Young and Mrs. Haggaman. day between trains. \\; Miss Lindquist spent the week-end in Ortonville where she visited at tle Dr. Schoen he.me. Mrs. Cora Alpress returned Friday after spending a few days with rela- tives t Artichoke. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson spent the week-end at Big Stone visiting at the Chas. Hegge home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Watson wen to Minneapolis Tuesday night where they attended the auto show. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Frizzell enter- tained a few friends at a party at their home Friday afternoon. Have you decide, i what you are go- ing' to call the baby, old man ? Yes, I'm going to call him whatever my wife names hi:n. --Rio Rac in red, white, blue, navy and 4 yard.bolts at 12c each. Ty- [er's Variety Store. CopHey! Where are you going? D( n t you know that this is a one-way street ? Diver--Well. I'm only goin' one "way, ain't I ? --Pitt. Panther. "Only fools are sure of anything," avserted the argumentative husband. "Oh. I don't know about that, dear," reasoned his wife. "Oh, don't you?" he retorted. "Well, I do. I'm absolutely sure df it'" And the little mowan simply smiled and went on with her knitting. New Subscribers To The Independent. L. H. Stephens Chas Larson H. L. McDowell N. D. Metal Co. Sidney Folkens Olaf Steen J. E. Gustafson A. E. Randall Jentoff Johnson Mrs. A. J. Lawrence Mrs. Oscar Haugen Miss Hannah Jones Ruth M. Rafseth Joe Crawley Geo. Clymer collateral. Extension of credit abroad, thru in- ternational financial institutions, and assistance in stabilizing exchange and stimulating trade. Celebrates Eighty-third BirthdaY. Mrs. Gus Orton entertained a num- ber of ladies of the neighborhood Tuesday afternoon in honor of her mother, "Grandma" Brown, in celebra- tion of her eighty-third birthday. Her sons and daughters of Sioux Falls, S. D., were unable to be present. A large birthday cake with 83 candles was presented by Mrs, Or(on to her mother, and she was also the recipient of many beautiful gifts. A delicious luncheon was served and the afternoon thoroly enjoyed. LOCAL MARKET Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern No. 1 Wheat ........ $1,38 Flax .......................................... 2,31 Rye ............................................. 85 Oats .......................................... 29 Barley ........................................ 39 Corn ........................................... 36 Tracy.Shumaker Co. Turkeys ..................................... 25 Geese ......................................... 11 Ducks ......................................... 17 Springs ...................................... 15 Old Roosters ............................. 09 Hens ........................................... 17 Eggs, per doz .......................... 27 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat .................................. ,0 Exclu.sive agents for the famous Way Sagless Springs. Schoen-Swen- son Furniture Co. If you cannot win, make thee one ahead break the record. [ ANNOUNCEMENT. We have heard rumors at different times to the effect that we were going out of business. We wish to state that The Palace Billiard Exchange in Or- tonville is a PERMANENT proposi- tion and we thank our friends for their splendid patronage and trust that we have merited the treatment that we have received at their hands. Very sincerely yours, The Palace Billiard Exchange, H. E. Harvey, Proprietor. ANNOUNCEMENT. I wish to announce that in ad- dition to my Osteopathic prac- tice I am now equipped to test refractive errors of the eyes by the most modern methods. Of- fice one block up the hill from the Gunderson Drug Store. --Dr. R. D. RIIENBARK. Legion Auxiliary Members of the Legion will hold a candy and The Pie House on commencing at three JUST A FEW OF MY PRICES. Rice "Broken" per ib ......... PRESERVE. Raspberry or Strawberry Large Jar Peaberry Coffee. lb. PEELED PEACHES Try a 2-lb. Package for .... Red Salmon. I lb. fiat can Lenox Soap, 12 bars .......... I Appeetate Your Trade A.C. SA Phone 37 ) - DUROCS at In heated building on Fair Grounds, Big Stone City, S. D. Tuesday, February 21, COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP A great offering of big type Durocs. Well grown, well well fed, cholera immune. The best investment you can Herd Boars: Pathfinder Wonder's Disturber by Pathfinder and Giant Sensation H. by Uneeda Great Orion Sensation. TERMS--Cash with a 2 per cent discount or time until on good bankable paper bearing 8 per cent interest. FREE LUNCH TREBIL & DALY, Auctioneers. WAYNE KELLY, HARRY HIPPLE & SON, Owners ORTONVILLE, MINN. H. C. SMALL'S BIG BIG TYPE POLAND AT SALES PAVILION 40 [ 36 SELECT SPRING GILTS 40 4 CHOICE FALL GILTS MANKATO, MINN., MARCH 4th, These gilts are by some of the best blood lines of the in color, back, feet stretch and general make-up. Such giant Poland can only farrow. I feel this is the best have ever made. Those of you thaV have attended my sah past, know what that ,means, they are out of Minnesota Big Jack, Minipulator, Long Prices Equal, Yankee Leader Gt. Won., Foundation, Big Bone, Sioux's Wonder and bred of quality ;--such as Bob Again, Jumbo Again, Checker Boy% lution, Buech's Great Wonder, A Designer, Black Buster aria Bone Leader. Now boys come and get your share of Remember the dte, March 4th, 1922. Ask for Catalog. Yours for Better and More Hogs, H. C. SMALL, Mankato, PURE BRED Duroc Sow Appleton, Saturday, Feb. (At Brown's Livery Barn) There is No Better Time get into the Pure Bred Hog Business than now everyone will concede that. You will find amon my offering of 35 of tried sows, fall an! spring gilts hogs are everything that you can hope for Sensation and Pathfinder breeding high well fed animals that will measure up to claims for them. Sale begins promptly at one o'clock. TERMS:. Cash or bankable 0aper due Oct. 1, GEO. ENYART, Edgerly, N. D., Farmers & Mchts. State Bank, Appleton, F. L. MAHLE, Owner PAGB I TRIg ORTOHV[LLE INDENDIm'F . The gular meeting / CLINTON NEWS |lAuxilli&ry was held at . -- -- -- ] M" Charley Carl off Thuday after M Theodo Anden has been oon, Febary 9. At this T the sick list. ] the ladies decided to sell g-zm Mrs. A. E. Howe is visiting a stick and with eh puh a tonville tlds week* sa yau will Martin E.dckson tned from entitles you to one chance an thee aeevilie hospital this week. artidelamp, pilIowtop d hkey The Noegian Ldi Aid met Martin Haugen's on Thursday. of M. Bty la Monday night, Rebeksh lodge on Tuesday night b- E. Ggol to the cities the first of the week. Au Pete Depelder tumed fram bJs visit to narthem Abel Goodag of Minneapolis is vis- itlng at the home of Martin Miss Maon Cockbo to itmg at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wiley Ros Sig Harris left for Omaha this morning, after hsvng visited here for Mt S. M. MJe entertain I the eshem at a delightful dinner party Wednesday evening. M WWy Rass ,slted Ortouviile fm Wednesday util turday of t week. Mr. and M. L. tl guesta at a progressive wht party Tuesday Right CUbert MCsllom shipped a pu bead Rn l)urh bll to F. W. Mur- phy of Wheaten an Friday. A party ofaeighbors enjoyed a qItng bee st the'home of Mrs. F. IL Beat'/ last Thursday fternoo Mira Cie Hurley of Cedar Ra- In. is vistlng this ,k E bo of her slater, t. Cleve Ikmva. M Dodds, Drs. Mm. Hippie of Pleat Valley at- tlm den the IL E. Ladies' Aid an Wed- Qsday. qe Epworth Lesg fine ocial i the church parlors on Tuday nlgh A very good time w ported.  lohnson gave a party t few friend last Thda even- A plemmnt ing as spent In playing wldst. day sttem in honor of Mfss T- wllset'g birthday. Te veryoe who eome to Enmy Day. Whether you buy or Watch for the big lls. ae Am te ut on a ho talent play lu the aur futu d have alrdy begun work .thmr play. vency for the Sexto which w foerly hart Ued by Hmr Matin. Mrs. Carl Frederickson ea u fm Ortonlle  Tuesday moin to visit at the home of her parents ir. trod Mm. Jam Sehell. A t meeting of the entertain. merit eoLttee of the Women's Aux liry " hem on Tuday afternoon, at the home of Mr Ch. Carl. On February 28 a modng yicth ended "Tl Stem of IMe" will be  at the opera house d the 1oceeds will go to the M. E. chu mh. AI Kolm ter rained a few ftlend t a rook party Cot Miss Le- m Larttn last week, Wednesday night. Delki fsbmeuts  The Dtdamatory Contest lS to be Id t Glle  Thursday mght tt week- E Johnson d Ar- thw Hmlld of  place are to take ittrt i= the test. Long Iahmd Junior baud will e eoocert h th qeant Valley chh Fridy ing, February 24 yom people's oclety of the val- hy wm teswe Imb. rBtig ylr produce ta Clinton on Feb:tatr 21, Ecomy Day, d tage of the uy bargains  s offered by the mehan. Ther  :. " e spatial bns in every sto u ctmt sffd to mi it. Tim W. C. T. U. me lt Wedne & r st the home of M. Stern wltk a large atte,tdan. Tm next tapering c4 the Union will I the nd Wdnesday in Mah t the home of Mrs. L. H. tephena. @  .ehant of Cl#ton have corn bsed to mt down the cost of irving to the r. Thls wilt be shown to  Tmsmay, Febary 21. Economy Dy. in  Prides will be below them ef y marl order ho. Come md me for yf. Well Cot, giver last Thud- day ght under the auspices of the iowegi Lutheran choir was well tt*nded  w a most enjayable atertat. Beth Mr. and Mrs. Wet!  artists i their line and thelr pgrsm was at to aU who love Jboe at the schoolhouse, sdn by the Jiors last Saturday fright.  a Mg suedes and netted the elaz shout $75.O0. The enter- talnmnt w clever d amusing d ' meottitated much hard work by aI who took part but the rnlt were very tasfactory. alto Lsdi' Aid met in the Mi E. hb  Wednesday and a very large crd wM in attendee. The eorc ed an excellent Bmch. The Ad will bold Rs next meeting the Irt of l&tteh ud will be entertaine by  Dimberg, Mrs. MeCatney, your and Mrs. Haggaman. cap. The articles were made by dibbled veterans of the world war d by buying gm yen a helping you. Buy g your ne on them and drop them I* the th artleles are also ou the above mentioned place and will be given away February 21. your opportunity to help a good e. Only 10c a teket. AKRON 00EWS Kiages Brothers were one day this week. Adolph Henkelman Miss Elsie Kisses bthers. Hry and Will'am. M. K- R. Long called on Mbh Wolmey on Saturday afteoen. The Sandwich Club will Mrs. Fred Renkelman's next Fday nght. Mrs. Gust Panh war the gst of Mrs. Gust Henkelman one day week. Mm. K. R, Long called Sehmehd one day week. The Co-open,re Telephone Corn ,g last Monday ht, Fbary 1. Henry Schmeichel of Akin, lled on his bther Max near Ode, Thursday steoon. Elsie, Herbert and Adolph Klages spent Sunday tar, M. llichard Scbmelehel. tester Fzzell af ear Call, tk the midnight psenger to last Saturday night, We wonder why. Oar Krler and Mabel Walfmeyer Thursday of last Swan Neln, S. among tho section who attended the feral of Mr. A. B. Kseher. Steven Pullls and Art Dew came down from OrtonvUe, whe they were worklng an te i, for a visit Pmlis over Sunday. K. R, Ing and Gust dve up which has been poorly the pa few , of gttng their fingers in the  shelter white shel- lng co for Bill Woffmeyer It Mauda. CORRELL NEWS i Chal. Vies was aa Appleton caller Friday. Mrs, N. Wegdahl was an Appleton ! FOSTER i Farmers Complete Wa]le Rossenlund visited at the EIiFS2 ...................... Relief__Platf0rm [rom Abel  Makes Mrs. Abel astman For Immediate LegiMative Eastman home Wednesday Assiste. Lastman Bro*, purchased  hch The National of fdlng steer8 from Henry Knud enee, held in Wldngten last week n last week. worked out a ]eglslative pgram of John Car]n was confined to the vital importance to the hous e veral days It week by e Kmerlca. Ouirdng specific planks in bad attack of ItGrippe. a tionai agrieulturva platform, the qere was no hl at Stephney Confenee went on record  favor- ty of It wk g_. on ut of the sto. ruth e Agrieultul b] Ed, golweiI, our local stool b The port of the Congssinnal made veral business lls in of Ag4ultural In- this week. Ccopetive rketing of fm Mr. d Mrs. Benjamin Stegner. Jr, legislation ea-oper arise at & party Wednesday evening. :i i ad to mke contrts d age- are prtieing a play which nssary to ffect such they expect to give in the nr fu- gue. Congreional tion to There w a fair exchange for fa products Sunday, Ray. with that of all other commodities. a acom ; of Comphensive stady of f his father, mental price gnamntees, Mr. and M. J, I, Con Better articulation betwn family vi*ited Saturday at and Federal marketing servic Seip home in Beardsley, elebtin their extension. the birthday of Mr. Seip. Amentment to warehouse act faeiti- Among several sheep sold taring the financing of week by Clause G. and better protection of such crops we which weighed 241 pounds. Better torage in prodding districts Knudson thinks this a record. Establishment af more Abel Eastman called a]sn(lamls for f products. Berg*tm home Wednesday, and pur Laws phibiting interstate traffi turkey hens. of filled milk, peels to rai turkeys this year. Iws, state d national, authoris The was na armers dub at Sun ing co-operative marketing. tlyside test Friday evelfing on aeeounl Igislation compelling tthfel in- of the study wther. The meetin )e[ing of raw & mufaetred pd- to organi the Foster unit af tht :is, such as provide6 in tth i Fa Buu, which was to have ie bill now pending. taken place after the club mting Elimination af Conglonal was ptponecL The new date has Studies are Requited. i. Northwest Almond his well ired this week. Arthur Dimbg made trip to Ortonville on Tuesday. Lester Ronlund and Carmey visited at the Dimbg home Sunday evening. Mrs. C. J. Anderson is ufferng se cold, we hop her a spdy reeory. Miss Esth Hedin, of Willmr, via- of her sister, M. T. J. Andern, the /ore part of this Mr T. J. Anderson, daughter Frances, and Miss it,d hoel in distret Manday. Mrs. Jean MoCarthey, Msttle d ster Ronluu(' v'sited Swan Eriekson urday evening. I MALTA MJ with Mi Estella Shoqist. W, S. Lyman of Clinton the W. B. Cwley he on "J[Mesday. Victor Reals was in Thursday to attend the faneral 'at AS" B' Kher. is Mary ing an attack of IGrlppe, but emt to be reeong now. John d Kenneth Lyman, E. Jk Tea are villa working with tale ice aw. to deliver a te of ho that he had sohi to Joke Maier There w to be da at Man. teifel's last Friday evening hut the weather w nat favarb[e or large ewd. George Propp, mil mr iei dp on a the morvlng COMPANY OFFICERS ELECTED FOR At the annl meeting of The Trait Telephone Company, held at the haolhous in Dist. o. 54, the fol- lowing olfl were eLeetl for the year .1922: Gu. Pane, h, psident, K. R. Long, vice-presidefit; Henry Horde, secretary, A. , Woodward mur. After the meeting oyster stew andwichea, cake and ed. The were about sixt ALl, RIGHT, Financial conditions albng the far as they are in this Danbury, Iowa, after aving Mr. MeNiff, who lives on just east of town, foerly vel at Daramry and he reports that corn has higher there during the wintel than it has here, with a price arnunl 40e per bushel. The aversffe famr there has a failly large herd of hogs and these will help wondorGtlly in meeting plnt le Congssional investigation of va rious plans for stbillalng the hailer Disminstion of fvaler infoatlon gardng European agricultul mr- keting ndtions by the Departmen of Agriculture." Investigation by the Interstate C- idee Commissinn of the advisability of exteadin pferential agrilmra] eammodties. Extension of the pvision of the Webb-Pomerene Act, which pvides for eomblnafinn of ns for ex- pelt trade in order to mt competi- tion of onsolidated puhasLg other countries. Farme Want nandal Jnett Congsslonal legislation to meet the ueed for agdeeltural oredit ning fm six mouths to thl yrs, of the Congrsional Joint Agricultural Cammlssion, and enn- of the powers of the W Corpetion til such edit Ac  as to give Fedel Banks authority to buy d sell notes by wahou cepts cov- ering adily marketable n-pesh- able agricultural staples or Bvestk, kinds and maturity no weligi- ohandJsing and manufthrng nd dtars of Federal banks. Extrrdlnary efforts in the sale o the ation of Loan System to bonds. Inerein the individual bong limit th Federal Fa Luaus fm $10,000 to $S,O00. Congressional amendment to the joint-stock Id bk act  the banks may issue bonds to amount of twenty trees their eaptM. Extens on ef the activities of the ystem  that it all of the th fr uslly puts up as Extension of adit abad, thin in- stlmulafing trade. 'Celebrates Eighty.irdir thday. Ies of tile neighborhood Taely teoon in honor of hez "Gdma" Brown, in lebm- tion of b eighty-third birthday. Her sons d dahtor of $ia Falls, S D., 1 uble to be prent. A large birthday  with 83 candle as pented by mother, and she w also the reeipienl gifts. A enjoyed. LOCAL MARKET Northern No. 1 Wheat $1, Rye ............... .5 Oats .............. 29 Bnrley ............ 89 Co .......... 3G Tracy.Shumaker CO. Turkeys ............. 25 eee ...... 11 Effgs, per doz .......... 27 Or to.villa Creamery "Only fools are sure of anything," serted the argentsive husband. Butterfat .......... 3O "Oh, I don't knnw about tha dear," Exclive agents for the t me' easoned his wife. Way agless Springs. $hoen- we, "Oh, don't you?" he torted. "Well, son Furniture Co. itt ahead break the record, t I do, l'm absalutely sure df it'" r And the little mowan simply smiled If you cannot in, make th ane iI Monday. J; Wiese w Appletoz Friday. Roy Blare was a business caller ir Appleton Saturday Marteua Griese spent Sunday ir Ortonville ths week, . tester Frizll spent Sday st Or tonvitle wth ffiemls. Lynn Woods made a business tril to Minnpniis Monday. Mrs. J. Monsnn was a to Appleton Wednesday. Edward Blrk had me dental work done in Appletan Friday. Mr. and to Mnupolis Tsday night, trip to Mnneapelis this wL Mr Helen Mamard is spending a few days hz Clessa with relatlv. Mr. T. A. Barr and. sou went to Mianeapoits Sunday night. Mrs. Helen Myrd visited in Ap pleton between trains Wednesday. s parents for a few days last wk. Miss Lcille Donk Spenthe week end outer tewn at the S. H. Fizzell home. Mrs. Robert Wendt of Apyietor :a Saturday t* Fora Allpress. Herbert spent a f ,lay friends iu con. Mrs. F. texan shopped in Appleton day between trains. Miss Lindquiat spent the week-d in Ortonville where she "Asited at Dr. Schn he. Mrs. Corn Alpress retued Friday ter pendlag a few days with rela- tives t Artichoke. Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Hudson speot the week-end at Bg Stone J*Iting at the Chas. Hegge home, Mr. aml Mrs. Je WatsOn Mnneaoelis Tuesday nght they attended the auto shaw. Mr, and Mrs. S. H. tanned a few frie.,Is at a party at their home Friday aernoon. ng to call the baby, ohl man ? Yes, I'm gola my wife names ;ii n --Ric R h, red, white, bl, navy. I ,nd 4 yard.holt at I each, q'y er'z Va ey Store. CopHey! Where a you going? Don't you know that this Is a one way street ? t)rve, Well, I'm nly goin' one ,nay, an't I ? id. Panther. New Subarihere To The Independent. i H. Stephens Ch lrsnn H. L. McDoll N. D. Metal Co. Sidney Folkes Olin Stun J. E. Gustafson A. E. Randall Jentoff Johnson Mrs. A J. Lawren Mrs. O Haugen Miss Hannah J0n Ruth M. Ifth Joe Crawley eo. Clyaer t ANNOUNCEME NT. -- we n splendid patronage and tahment their hands, Very inee[y yours, The palace Billiard Exchange, H E Ha ,ray, p opretor. ANNOUNCEMENT. I wish to announce that in ad- dition to my OsteopatMe pme- tlce I am now eluipped to tt refractive eor o the eyes by the most mode methods. Of- fice one blk up the hgl from the Gunderson Dg Sto. --Dr. R. D. RIENBARK* Leg ion Membe of the Legion and The Fie Hou nn 8ath oenelng JUST A FEW OF My PRICES.   . p. for. 1 Argot.t Yn A.C. Phne 37 DUROCS at In heated building on Fair Grounds. Big Stone City. S. Tuesday, February 21, COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK p. M. SHARP A great offering of big type DU. Well g. well t well fed, cholera immune. on good bankable paper bearing 8 per nt interest. FREE LUNCH TREBIL & DALY, Auetloneers. WAYNE KELLY, C HARRY HIPPLE & SON, ORTONVILLE. MINN. H. C. SMALL'S BIG TYPE POLAND AT SALES PAVILION 40 II[AD ae SELZCr sPm mTS 4 CHOICE FALL GILTS MANKATO, MINN., MARCH 4th The gilt a by n color back ft stitch d genera] m0kup. giant Poland can only faw. 1 feel this is have er made. lose of st kunw what that as, they a out of ii Jk, Minipulator, _Lon pris Equal Yankee Lder, BI (it. Won.. Fnmldation, Big Bone, of quality;--ch as Bab Again, Jumbo Again, Checker Boy lution, Buech's Great Wander, A Deslger, Blk Buster al i Bone Leader. NOW boys come and get your share af these Remember the date, Mh 4th, 1922. Ask far Catalog. Yours for Better and M0 Hogs, H. C. SMALL Mankato PURE BRED Duroc Sow Applet0n, Saturday, Feb. (At Brown's Livery Barn) There is No Better Time get into the Pure Bred Hog Business than now--everyone will concede that. You will find amonmy offering of 35 I of tried sows, fall anl spring gilts--hogs are everything that you can hope for . well fed animals that will measure up to claims for them. Sale bezi ins promptly at one o'clock, TERMS:. Cash or bankable paper due Oct. 1 GEO. ENYART, Edgerly, N. D., Farmers & Mchts. State Bank F. L. MAHLE, Owner PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, @ @ CLINTON NEWS Mrs. Theodore Anderson has been on the sick list. Mrs. A. E. Howe is visiting in Or- tonville this week. Martin Erickson returned from the Graceville hospital this week. The Norwegian Ladies Aid met at l ca p. These articles were made by I Martin Haugen's on Thursday. I disabled veterans of the world war I The Reading Circle met at the home I and by buying gum you are helping I of Mrs. Beaty last Monday night. [those who have sacrificed so much for August Larson was initiated in the you. Buy gum, get your tickets with/ Rebekah lodge on Tuesday night.  your name on them and drop them il, A. E. Gongol made a business trip] the ballot box at Krook's store. Thc- to the cities the first of the week. three articles are also on display in q Anna Trebil spent the week-end at the home of her friend Ruth Larson. Pete Depolder returned on Friday fram his visit to northern Minnesota. Abel Gooding of Minneapolis is vis- Ring at the home of Martin Rasmus- sen. Miss Marion Cockburn of Villard is visiting at the home'of Rev. Johns- toll. Miss Selma Hagner of Peever is vis- Ring at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wiley Ross. Sig Harrison left for Omaha this morning, after having visited here for several days. Mrs. S. M. Moe entertained the teachers at a delightful dinner party Wednesday evening. Mrs. Wiley Ross visited elatives in Ortonville from Wednesday util Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Larson enter- tained thirty guests at a progressive whist party Tuesday night. Gilbert McCallom shipped a pure- bred Roan Durham bull to F. W. Mur- phy of Wheaten on Friday. A party of ineighbors enjoyed a quilting bee at the:home of Mrs. F. M. Beaty last Thursday afternoon. Miss Carrie Hurley of Cedar Ra- pids, Ia., is visiting this week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Cleve Wil- llama. Mrs. Dodds, Drs. Mundwiler and Mrs. Hippie of Pleasant Valley at- tended the M. E. Ladies' Aid on Wed- nesday. The Epworth League held a valen- fine social in the church parlors on Tuesday night. A very good time was reported. Miss Erma Johnson gave a party to a few friends last Thursday even- ing. A pleasant evening was spent in playing whist. Mrs J. H. Erickson entertained the teachers at a delicious lunch on Tues- day afternoon in honor of Miss Ter- wilHgeds birthday. --Free Movies! Free band concerts. To everyone who comes to Clinton on Economy Day. Whether you buy or ot, come and meet your friends here. Watch for the big bills. The American Legion have decided to put on a home talent play in the near future and have already begun work on-their play. Arthur Storiom. has taken over the agency for the Sexton company's groceries which was formerly han- I died by Henry Morrill. Mrs. Carl Frederlckson came up The regular meeting of the Ladies' Auxilliary was heht at the home of I Mrs. Charley Carl oh Thursday after-1 noon, February 9. At this meeting the ladies decided to sell gum at 10c i a stick and with each purchase of I Fre4 Carlson purchased a horse same you will be given a ticket which I from Abel Eastman last Thursday. entitles you to one chance on three l Mrs. Abel Eastman visited at the articles--lamp, pillow-top and hockey Mike Eastman home Wednesday af- ternoon. lastman Bros. purchased a bunch of feeding steers from Henry Knud- son last week. John Carlson was confined to the house several days last week by e bad attack of LaGrippe. There was no school at Stephney the above mentioned place and will schoolhouse on Monday of last week be given away February 21. This is your opportunity to help a good cause. Only 1Oc a ticket. ,I AKRON NEWS Klages Brothers were shelling corn one day this week. Adolph Henkelman was an Orton- ville caller Saturday. Miss Elsie Klages visited with her brothers, Henry and William. Mrs. K. R. Long called on Mable WolSmeyer on Saturday afternoon. The Sandwich Club will meet at Mrs. Fred Henkelman's next Friday night. Mrs. Gust Pansch was the guest of Mrs. Gust Henkelman one day this week. Mrs. K. R. Long called on Mrs. Richard Schmeichel one day last week. The Co-operative Telephone Com- pany had their meeting last Monday night, February 13. Henry Schmeichel of Akron, called on his brother Max near Odessa, Thursday afternoon. Elsie, Herbert and Adolph Klages spent Sunday afternoon with their sis- ter, Mrs. Richard Schmeichel. Lester Frizzell of near Correll, took the midnight passenger to Ortonville last Saturday night. We wonder why. Oscar Krier and Mabel Wolfmeyer went to Ortonville Thursday of last week and had some dental work done. Swan Nelson, S. H. Frizzell and Mr. Sitter were among those from this section who attended the funeral of Mr. A. B. Kaercher. Steven Pullis and Art Dew came down from Ortonville, where t)ney were working on the ice, for a visit with Mrs. Pullis over Sunday. K. R. Long and Gust Henkelman drove up to Ortonville where Mr. Long consulted the doctors about his health which has been poorly the past few weeks. Gust Henkelman and Jim McGuire had the misfortune of getting their fingers in the orn sheller whim shel- llng corn for Bill Wolfmeyer last Monday." CORRELL NEWS t @ Chas, Vieg was an Appleton caller Friday. i FOSTER i Farmers Complete Wallace Rossenlund visited at the Relief Platform Eli Stotesbury home over Sunday. Conference Makes Recommendations For Immediate Legislative Assistance. on account of the storm. Ed. olwell, our local stock buyer, made several business calls in the neighborhood this week. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., entertained a number of their friends at a party Wednesday evening. Several of the residents of District No. 31 are practicing a play which they expect to give in the near fu- ture. There were no church services at tephney last Sunday, Rev. Fenscke being absent on account of the death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Connelly and family visited Saturday at the C. G Seip home in Beardsley, celebrating the birthday of Mr. Seip. Among several sheep sold last week by Clause G. Knudson was a ewe which weighed 241 pounds. Mr. Knudson thinks this is not far from a record. Abel Eastman called at the Chas. Bergstrom home Wednesday, and pur- chased several turkey hens. He ex- pects to raise turkeys this year. There was no farmers club at Sun- nyside last Friday evening on account of the stormy weather. The meeting to organize the Foster unit of the Far Bureau, which was to have taken place after the club meeting was postponed. The new date has not been announced. @ Northwest Almond I O Hilmer Anderson has been having his well repaired this week. Arthur Dimberg made a business trip to Ortonville on Tuesday. Lester Rosenlund and Mahlon Mc- Cartney visited at the Dimberg home Sunday evening. Mrs. C. J. Anderson is suffering from a severe cold, we hope her a speedy recovery. Miss Esther Hedin, of Willmar, vis- ited at the home of her sister, Mrs. T. J. Andersn, the fore part of this week. Mrs. T. J. Anderson, daughter Frances, and Miss Esther Hedin vis- ited school in district nineteen last Monday. Mrs. Jean McCartney, Mattie and Mahlon and Lester Rosenlund visited at the Swan Erickson home last Sat- urday evening.  MALTA @ from Ortonllle on Tuesday morning Mrs. N. Wegdahl was an Appleton @ to visit at the home of her parents, caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Schell. J. Wiese was a business caller in end with Miss Estella Shoqulst. A special meeting of the entertain- ment committee of the Women's Aux- iliary was" held on Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Chas. Carl. On February 28 a moving picture entitled "The Stream of Life" will be hown at the opera house and the lroceeds will go to the M. E. church. Mx Alec Holmer entertained a few friends at a rook party for Miss Leo Larson last week, Wednesday Appleton Friday. W.S. Lyman of Clinton called at Roy Blum was a business caller in the W. B. Crowley home on Tuesday. Appleton Saturday. Victor' Boals was m Ortonville Thursday to attend the funeral of the Martena Griese spent Sunday in Ortonville this week. . Lester Frizzell spent Sunday at Or- tonville with friends. Lynn Woods made a business trip to Minneapolis Monday. Mrs. J. Monson was a passenger to Appleton Wednesday. Edward Birk had some dental work The National Agricultural Confer- ence, held in Washington last week, worked out a legislative program of vital importance to the farmers of America. Outlining specific planks in a national agricultural platform, the Conference went on record as favor- ing: The Agricultural bloc in congress. The report of the Congressional Joint Commission of Agricultural In- Co-operative marketing of farm products and enactment of legislation permitting co-operative-associations to have marketing agencies in com- man and to make contracts and agree- ments necessary to effect such pur- poses. Congressional action to re-establish a fair exchange for farm products with that of all other commodities. Comprehensive study of govern- mental price guarantees. Better articulation between state and Federal marketing services and their extension. Amentment to warehouse act facili- tating the financing of stored crops and better protection of such crops. Better storage in producing district and more adequate terminal facilities. Establishment of more Federal standards for farm products. Laws prohibiting interstate traffic and manufacture of filled milk. Laws, state and national, authoriz- ing co-operative marketing. Legislation compelling truthful la- beling of raw an4 manufactured prod- ucts, such as provided in truth-in-fab- ric bill now pending. Elimination of Congressional free- 6eed. Studies are Requested. Congressional investigation of va- rious plans for stabilizing the dollar. Dissemination of fuller information regarding European agricultural mar- keting conditions by the Department of Agriculture." Investigation by the Interstate Com- merce Commission of the advisability of extending preferential rates to agricultural commodities. Extension of the provision of the Webb-Pomerene Act, which provides for combination of concerns for ex- port trade in order to meet competi- tion of consolidated purchasing of other countries. Farmers Want Financial Justice. Congressional legislation to meet the need for agricultural credit run- ning from six months to three years, such as is provided in the recommen- dations of the Congressional Joint Agricultural Commission, and con- tinuance of the powers of the War Finance Corporation until such credit i made available. Amendment of the Federal Reserve Act so as to give Federal Reserve Banks authority to buy and sell notes night. served. The Declamatory Contest is to be held at Graeeville on Thursday night of this weak. Erma Johnson and Ar- thur Huelid of this place are to take in the contest. The Long Island Junior band will give a concert in the Pleasant Valley church Friday evening, February 24. Tile young people's society of the val- |ey will serve lunch. Bring your produce to Clinton on February 21, Economy Day, and take advantage of the many bargains an4 l"=''s offered by the merchants. There x : .c special bargains in every store. u can't affor to miss it. The W. C. T. U. met last Wednes- Delicious refreshments were done in Appleton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Robertson went to Minneapolis Tuesday night. Richard Robertson made a busines trip to Minneapolis this week. Mrs. Helen _Maynard is spending a few days in Odessa with relatives. Mr. T. A. Barr and, son Duncan went to Minneapolis Sunday night. Mrs. Helen Maynard visited in Ap- pleton between trains Wednesday. John Frizzell of Graceville visited his parents for a few days last week. Miss Lucille Donk Spent" the week- end out. of town at the S. H. F rizzell home. Mrs. Robert Wendt of Appleton came Saturday to visit her sister Mrs. @ secured by warehouse receipts coy- Miss Thelma Force spent the week- ering readily marketable non-peish- able agricultural staples or livestock, of the kinds and maturity no weligi- ble for rediscount. Recognition of agricfflture and mer- chandising and manufacturing in the late A. B. Kaercher. selection of the Federal Reserve board Miss Mar), Hickson has been hay- and direct)rs of Federal Reserve ing an attack of LaGrippe, but seems banks. to be recovering now.  Extraordinary efforts in the sale of John and Kenneth Lyman, E. Man- farm bonds and the creation of an teifel and Jack Teare are in Orton- agency in the Farm Loan System to ville working with the ice crew. market its bonds. Earl Swezey went to Graceville last Increasing the individual borrowing Wednesday to deliver a team of limit thru Federal Farm Loans from ho:ses that he had sold to Jake Maiers. $10,000 to $25,000. there was to be a dance at Man- Congressional amendment to the teifel's last Friday evening but the joint-stock land bank act so the banks weather was not favorable for a large may issue bonds to amount of twenty crowd, times their capital. George Propp, mail carrier on R. Extension of the activities of the 2, did not make the trip on Satur- Federal Farm Loan System so that it day, as the morning train did not ar- may lend on all of the commodities rive in Clinton until afternoon, which the farmer usually puts up as TRAIL TELEPHONE COMPANY OFFICERS ELECTED FOR 1922 At the annual meeting of The Trail Telephone Company, held at the schoolhouse in Dist. No. 54, the fol- lowing officers were elected for the year 1922: Gust Panch, president, K. R. Long, vice-presidefit; Henry day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cora Allpress. Olaf Sheen with a large attendance. Herbert Miller of Browns' Vailey Hovde, secretary, A. C. Woodward, The next meeting of the Union will spent a few (lays "this week visiting treasurer. be the second Wednesday in March friends in Correll. After the meeting oyster stew, at the home "of Mrs. L. H. tephens. Mrs. F. West and Mrs. C. C. Pe- Sandwiches, cake and coffee were The merchants of Clton have corn- terson shopped in Appleton Wednes- selwed.ent. There were about sixty pres- IOWA FARMERS COMING OUT ALL RIGHT, SAYS MCNIFF Financial conditions arbng the far- mers of northwestern Iowa are not as serious as they are in this section of Minnesota in the opinion of Mr. Jas. McNiff of this city, who returned fro Danbury, Iowa, after having visited there for several days. " Mr. McNiff, who lives on a farm just east of town, formerly lived at Darrbury anti he reports that corn has sold considerably higher there during the winter than it has here, with a price around 40c per bushel. The average farmer there has a fairly large herd of hogs and these will help wonderfully in meeting present cm- ditions. hined to cut down the cost of living to the conmmaer. This will be shown to you Tuesday, February 21. Economy Ilmy, in Clinton. Prides will be below tiptoe of any mail order house. Come d see for yourself. The Woll Concert, given last Thurs- day night under the auspices of the lqorwegian Lutheran choir was well attended and was a most enjoyable eutertainment* Both Mr. and Mrs. V/oil are artists in their line and their program was a treat to all who love music. TII Jamboree at the schoolhopse, given by the Juniors last Saturday night, was a big success and netted the ss about $75.00. The enter- tainment was clever anti amusing and necessitated much hard work by all who took part but the reults were very satisfactory. The Ladies' Aid met in the M. E. hurch on Wednesday and a very large crowd was in attendance. The com- mittee served an excellent lunch. The Aid will hold its next meeting the rt of March and will be entertained by Mr Dimberg, Mrs. McCartney, [r. Young and Mrs. Haggaman. day between trains. \\; Miss Lindquist spent the week-end in Ortonville where she visited at tle Dr. Schoen he.me. Mrs. Cora Alpress returned Friday after spending a few days with rela- tives t Artichoke. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson spent the week-end at Big Stone visiting at the Chas. Hegge home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Watson wen to Minneapolis Tuesday night where they attended the auto show. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Frizzell enter- tained a few friends at a party at their home Friday afternoon. Have you decide, i what you are go- ing' to call the baby, old man ? Yes, I'm going to call him whatever my wife names hi:n. --Rio Rac in red, white, blue, navy and 4 yard.bolts at 12c each. Ty- [er's Variety Store. CopHey! Where are you going? D( n t you know that this is a one-way street ? Diver--Well. I'm only goin' one "way, ain't I ? --Pitt. Panther. "Only fools are sure of anything," avserted the argumentative husband. "Oh. I don't know about that, dear," reasoned his wife. "Oh, don't you?" he retorted. "Well, I do. I'm absolutely sure df it'" And the little mowan simply smiled and went on with her knitting. New Subscribers To The Independent. L. H. Stephens Chas Larson H. L. McDowell N. D. Metal Co. Sidney Folkens Olaf Steen J. E. Gustafson A. E. Randall Jentoff Johnson Mrs. A. J. Lawrence Mrs. Oscar Haugen Miss Hannah Jones Ruth M. Rafseth Joe Crawley Geo. Clymer collateral. Extension of credit abroad, thru in- ternational financial institutions, and assistance in stabilizing exchange and stimulating trade. Celebrates Eighty-third BirthdaY. Mrs. Gus Orton entertained a num- ber of ladies of the neighborhood Tuesday afternoon in honor of her mother, "Grandma" Brown, in celebra- tion of her eighty-third birthday. Her sons and daughters of Sioux Falls, S. D., were unable to be present. A large birthday cake with 83 candles was presented by Mrs, Or(on to her mother, and she was also the recipient of many beautiful gifts. A delicious luncheon was served and the afternoon thoroly enjoyed. LOCAL MARKET Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern No. 1 Wheat ........ $1,38 Flax .......................................... 2,31 Rye ............................................. 85 Oats .......................................... 29 Barley ........................................ 39 Corn ........................................... 36 Tracy.Shumaker Co. Turkeys ..................................... 25 Geese ......................................... 11 Ducks ......................................... 17 Springs ...................................... 15 Old Roosters ............................. 09 Hens ........................................... 17 Eggs, per doz .......................... 27 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat .................................. ,0 Exclu.sive agents for the famous Way Sagless Springs. Schoen-Swen- son Furniture Co. If you cannot win, make thee one ahead break the record. [ ANNOUNCEMENT. We have heard rumors at different times to the effect that we were going out of business. We wish to state that The Palace Billiard Exchange in Or- tonville is a PERMANENT proposi- tion and we thank our friends for their splendid patronage and trust that we have merited the treatment that we have received at their hands. Very sincerely yours, The Palace Billiard Exchange, H. E. Harvey, Proprietor. ANNOUNCEMENT. I wish to announce that in ad- dition to my Osteopathic prac- tice I am now equipped to test refractive errors of the eyes by the most modern methods. Of- fice one block up the hill from the Gunderson Drug Store. --Dr. R. D. RIIENBARK. Legion Auxiliary Members of the Legion will hold a candy and The Pie House on commencing at three JUST A FEW OF MY PRICES. Rice "Broken" per ib ......... PRESERVE. Raspberry or Strawberry Large Jar Peaberry Coffee. lb. PEELED PEACHES Try a 2-lb. Package for .... Red Salmon. I lb. fiat can Lenox Soap, 12 bars .......... I Appeetate Your Trade A.C. SA Phone 37 ) - DUROCS at In heated building on Fair Grounds, Big Stone City, S. D. Tuesday, February 21, COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M. SHARP A great offering of big type Durocs. Well grown, well well fed, cholera immune. The best investment you can Herd Boars: Pathfinder Wonder's Disturber by Pathfinder and Giant Sensation H. by Uneeda Great Orion Sensation. TERMS--Cash with a 2 per cent discount or time until on good bankable paper bearing 8 per cent interest. FREE LUNCH TREBIL & DALY, Auctioneers. WAYNE KELLY, HARRY HIPPLE & SON, Owners ORTONVILLE, MINN. H. C. SMALL'S BIG BIG TYPE POLAND AT SALES PAVILION 40 [ 36 SELECT SPRING GILTS 40 4 CHOICE FALL GILTS MANKATO, MINN., MARCH 4th, These gilts are by some of the best blood lines of the in color, back, feet stretch and general make-up. Such giant Poland can only farrow. I feel this is the best have ever made. Those of you thaV have attended my sah past, know what that ,means, they are out of Minnesota Big Jack, Minipulator, Long Prices Equal, Yankee Leader Gt. Won., Foundation, Big Bone, Sioux's Wonder and bred of quality ;--such as Bob Again, Jumbo Again, Checker Boy% lution, Buech's Great Wonder, A Designer, Black Buster aria Bone Leader. Now boys come and get your share of Remember the dte, March 4th, 1922. Ask for Catalog. Yours for Better and More Hogs, H. C. SMALL, Mankato, PURE BRED Duroc Sow Appleton, Saturday, Feb. (At Brown's Livery Barn) There is No Better Time get into the Pure Bred Hog Business than now everyone will concede that. You will find amon my offering of 35 of tried sows, fall an! spring gilts hogs are everything that you can hope for Sensation and Pathfinder breeding high well fed animals that will measure up to claims for them. Sale begins promptly at one o'clock. TERMS:. Cash or bankable 0aper due Oct. 1, GEO. ENYART, Edgerly, N. D., Farmers & Mchts. State Bank, Appleton, F. L. MAHLE, Owner