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? PAGE 10 Q ":" WANT ADS O FOR SALE--Two Pure-brext Hamp- shire Sows, weight 350 lbs. each. Due to farrow March 15, I922. Pr:ce $50.00 each. L. A. Larson, Clinton, Minn. ]FOUND---A restaurant back to pre- war prices. You know the quality. The Pie House. See our ad on page 5. SAWDUST FOR SALE--Three car- loads of sawdust for sale at a price that is right. Inquire at the Inde- pendent office. OUND--A Scotch Collie dog with eoltar, bearing the name T. O. Mal- lava or T. O. Mallem. Name plate difficult to read. Dog seems lone- Receipts and THE ORTONVILLE Disbursements of Township, City and Village Funds. .o rowns Valley Twp ............................................... $ 3.638.75 $ 3.638.75 $ roqua Twp ................................................................. 3.476.81 3.476.26 Graeevilie Twp ......................................................... 4.594.01 :.:.1.e "l.p ....................................................... 4.595.2 mlta Twp ................................................................. 5.438.23 Amend Twp ............................................................. 2.941.88 riot Twp ................................................................... 7.308.32 Big Stone Twp ......................................................... 2.659.14 :)trey Twp ................................................................. 3.020.83 Artichoke Twp ......................................................... 4.486.77 Akron TwI, ................................................................. 3.766.52 Odessa t wp. 3.579.90 Ortonville Twp ......................................................... 3.098.97 ester Twp .............................................................. 1.358.27 Beardsley Village .................................................... 3.535.54 ome and does not ,ake friends Barry Village ............................................................ 956.27 Graceville Village .................................................... 7.206.79 easily. Owner please call at The .lohna Village ........................................................ 1.492.94 Independent office and party&apos;s name litton "Village .......................................................... 4.162.66 G ,rrell ] illage .......................................................... 861.49 il] be furnished who is now earing Odesua Village .......................................................... 2.117.48 for him. No charges will be made Siiy Ortonville .......................................................... 15,801.86 except for payment of this notice. SURE DEATH to chicken lice--just / sift it in the (lust box, the hens do the rest. Cans 65c and SL00 at the Feed Store. 36-tf FOR SALE--High Bred Grades, Du- roc Jersey brood .sows. Write or call Bert Babbitt. Phone 5-F-20, Or(one(lie. .41-if I[ A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf fOR RENT--Six modern rooms with bath, over store on main street. Phone 160. 37-tf $ 3.638.75 $ .55 3.476.81 4.594.01 4.594.01 4.595.22 4.595.22 5.438.23 5.438.23 2.941.88 2,941.88 7,308.32 7,308.32 2.659.14 2,659.14 3.020.83 3,020.83 4.486.77 4.486.77 3.766.52 3.766.52 3.579.90 3.579.90 3.0t37.26 1.71 3.098.97 1.358.27 1.358.27 3.535.54 3.535.54 956.27 21.80 978.07 21.80 7.206.79 7.206.79 1.492.94 1.492.94 4.145.65 17.01 4.162.65 861.49 861.49 2.117.48 2.117.48 15.785.85 16.01 15,801.86 Total .................................................................... $90.098.611 $90.063.37 .57.o8 $90.120.45 $21.80 ECIlOOL FUND (DISTRICTS. Receipts. :darch Seltlement ............................. $ 32.951.77 une Settlement ................................. 60,838.28 ,or. Setih,ment .................................. 44,335.39 .Aate Aid ................................................ 10,804.92 Swan Nelson. Treas. Dist No. 14 .... E. M Johnson. Treas. Dist. No. 15 A. J. Lawrence. Treas. Dist. No. 16 S. E. Asplund. Treas. "Dist. No. 19 solon 0. Skundberg. Treas. Dist. No. zo Thee. Swensoff. Treas. Dist. No. 21 Orre Huizina, Treas. I)ist. No. 22 H. F. Martens. Treas. Dist. No. 23 C. F. Fereh. Treas. Dist. No. 24 ...... ch.ol Aim .rtionm. nt ........................ 8.810.90 .ca:rh.:'vd ".ore ;tat of Minne- Win. I"lanson Treas. Dist. No. 26 s :: is:c_ ................................... 18.043.28 C. H. Propp. Treas. Dist. No. 27.. /ra.Merved from State of Minne-  W. DMy, Treas. Dist. No. 28 ...... sta fund (Appor'dmm.ant} .... 5,275.00 t: t.. McAloon. Treas. Dist. No. 29 Franferred fr(,m State loan fund 33.27 Gee. F. Conway. Treas. Dist No. 30 1"ransierred from State Lands ....... 52.801T" D. Coyne. Treas. Dist. No. 31 John E. Larson. Treas. DiEt No. 31 Total ................................................ $181.450.61 J. J. Mulvaney. Treas. DiEt. No. 32 Joseph Buhl. Treas. Dist. No. 32 :.. Gee. McAllister. Treas, Dist. No. 33 Disbursements, Cornelius Howen, Treas. Dist. No. 34 ...................................................... Refundments ........................................ $ 104.69 John Geagan, Treas. Dist. No. 35 .... Warrants issued to Treasurers ...... 181,345.92 - t Emil Oehler, Treas. Dist. No, 36 ........ Total ................................................ $1.450 Miles Wilsofi. T ..... Dist. No. 37 1.485.05 1,52.71 1,077.35 1.343.98 884.85 1.928.82 948.57 549.1 14.38.29 1.236.75 1.023.10 1.051.37 1.443.78 1.402.35 420.7 471.60 414.19 422.98 1.461.22 733.33 973.71 1.068.49 1.013.28 INDEPENDENT REV. AND MILS. SOUTHWEL CEiAAgHATE GOLDEN WEDDIh Iev. and Mrs. John W. Southwe arc::ts of Mrs. R. C. Kaercher of t ity. celebraL (i their 5Oth wedd:" aaivcrary at lheir home in Pas. dens, California, on February 7th. This event in itlf is a happy da? in the lives of those so fortunate to be able to enjoy it, but in the case of these people it is doubly so, as Mrs Southwell's twin sister, Maria Daw- son, who was man-led with her th( same day, fifty years ago, to Mr. M Bartlett, celebrated the occasion also, making it a double golden we(tdinl celebration. All four of the partiez mentioned are in good health an(: live in he same block at Pasadena. The double wedding occurred at Malone, Iowa, on February 7, 1872 Rev. and Mrs. Southwell now reside at 1927 North Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena,' California. During their residence in Olon- ville both Rev. and Mrs. Southwell made a host of friends who rejoice in this event. COMMITTEES ARE NAMED l BY LEGION AUXILIARY For the purpose of alnending the constitution of the Legion Auxiliary, t a mcetin has been called hy Mis Ruth Wilkins, president, for Thursday evening, February 23. at the court honse. Committees that have recently been appointed by Miss Wilkins are as fol- lows: Mesdames Gus Orlon, William McFarland and Hartley Bolsta, to visit sick and disabled soldiers; Misses Dens Hudson, May Wilkins and E. M. Pike, finance; Mrs. Charles Bolsta, Mrs. Ed. Hane% Miss Anna Lindquist, FOR SALE--Pure Grimm Alfalfa seed at 40c per pound. Also a sraall Refundments. lot of timothy seed. Phone Henry ;co. Ellis ................................................ $ Witte, Ortonville, 10-F-4. 41-tf. an Sherman ...................................... A. A. Powell ........................................ [EMSTITCHING--Will do hemstitch- . J. Huselid .......................................... ;co. Fosburgh ................................... ins at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. Martin Larkin ...................................... Waddans. 27-tf-c STRAYED--Poland China Boar pig from my place. Pete Classen, Cor- tell, Minn. *38-3 l'OR SAI,E--Registered Holstein bull calves, sired by 27-1b. bull. Can be en at the Kaercherdale larm, Ortonville, Minn. Stock Sol Gustafson, Treas. Dis No. 6 40-if Fred Woodward. Treas., Dist. No. 7 Berg Nelson. Treas. Dist No. 8 .... 20.9{) 8.99 7.07 29.96 t 23.38 14.39 Total ................................................ $ 104.69 Warrants Issued to Treasurers for Settle- meuts, Apportionment and State Aid. W. T, Utlcy, Treas. Dist No. 1.._$ 22,214.84 E. N. Schoen, Treas. Dist. No. 1 15.709.73 Waiter Hanson. Treas. Dist. No. 2 1.140.69 J. E. Gustafson, Treas. Dist. No. 3 1.393.89 R. D. Martinsou. Treas. Dist. No. 4 891.31 Gee, E. Gardner, Treas. Dist. No. 5 1.193.89 1.261.63 1.174.66 1.186.11 ]John MeNamara, Treas.'l)ist No. 38 999.35 E. N. Cenfield. Treas. Dist. No. 39 872.33 Mrs. Kee Welch and Mrs. Harry Co- Max Sehmeichel, Treas. Dist No. 41 579.90,derre. Entertainment; Mrs. O. C. A. J. Anderson, Treas. Dist. No. 42 774,40 " " S Chas. N. Evans, Treas. Dist. No. 43 3 105.39 Mundwller, Mrs. C. A. Beard, Mrs. Frank G. Grossman, Treas. Dist. ' ./Engdatll and Mrs. Fern Hippie, mere- No. 44 ............................................ 1 769.70 Thee. Hundeby. Treas. Dist. No. 45 13'369 561be1hlp. The committee appointed to Ole Helgesen, Treas. Dist. No. 47 '83:85tarrane for a joint district convention D.PeterL. Danielson.Strm' TreaS.Treas.DiSt.Dist.SO.No.4849 .... 1'94.'17 / of the Legion and Auxiliary the com- J. H. Erickson, Treas. Dist. No. 50 15,728:32| ins summer consists of Mrs. C. A. Peter Sullivan. Treas. Dist. No. 51 898 54[ " Edw. Hanson, Treas. Dist. No. 52 1.408:07 Zwlener. Bessie Karn and Mrs. WII- H. O. Radtke, Treas. Dist. No. 53 1.402.54 liam Mull(ca. Win. Hein Treas. Dist. No. 54 ........ 864.91 Jacob Luchsimrer, Treas. Dist. No. 55 ...................................................... 10.316.75 Elmer and J. W. Hausauer Ill. County Auditor, Swift County, Dist. Elmer Hausauer, brak(man on the No. 56 .............................................. 17.93 Martin Haugen. Treas. Dist. No. 57 411.03 : argo passenger out of this city, is Erland Carlson, Treas. Dist. No. 58 1.182.46 in the Graceville hospital suffering F. L. Collins. Treas. Dist. No. 59 .... 3.670.47 Chas. Lindquist. Treas. Dist. No. 60 621.22 from a touch of pneumonia, nd his Emil Johnson. Treas. Dist. No. 60 511.58 father, John W. Hausauer, special iR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- Oscar A Olson, Treas. Dist. No, 9 red Suits for sale at the City Tail- Gee. Weinman. Treas. Dist. No. 10 Jas. McRae, Treas. Dist. No. 11 ...... or Shop. *12-tf E. C. Baird. Treas. Dist. No. 11 ...... Joln Knippen, Treas. Dist. No. 12 FOR SALE--Fine bronze turkey gob- L. S. Hanson. Treas. Dist. No. 13 .... biers and hens. Prices reasonable. A. Z. Beardsley, School District Fund. Minn. Phone 2-F-21 "41-2 Card of Thanks.   Mrs. A. B. Kaercher and family : visk to extend their sincere apprecia-    "'"  to the friends and, citizens of Or- g tnville for the many beautiful flor',d   :. .   afferings and for the kindness and ? ' " m4 mpathy extended during the recent  lreavement occasioned by the loss of g 1 ......................................... $ 37.955.02 $ 37,024.57 eir husband and father, z ............................................. 1,140.69 1.140.69 3 ......................................... 1,393.89 1,393.89 4 ......................................... 801.31 801.31 Rows 0f Corn To ......................................... 1.193.89 6 ......................................... 1.261.63 1.261.68 7 ......................................... 1.174.66 1.174.66 8 ......................................... 1.186?11 " 1.186.11 Keep Roads Open : ........................................ 1.273.83 1  1.029.73 1,029.78 11. 18.15.3.82 18.153.82 12. 568.50 568,50 13 ......................................... 737.96 737.96 ][ighway Official Points Practical Way 14 ................. : ....................... 1,485.05 1,485.05 15 ......................................... 1.852.71 1.852.71 for Farmers to Serve Own 16 ......................................... 1.077.35 1.077.35 and Public Interests. 19 ......................................... 1.343.93 1,343.98 . 20 ......................................... 884.85 884.85 21 ......................................... 1.928.82 1,928,82 22 ......................................... 948.57 948.57 Every farmer in Minnesota can help 23 ......................................... 549.13 549.13 materially to keep the roads open 24 ......................................... 14 388.29 14.388.29 26 ......................................... 1.236.75 1.236.75 aext winter by noting present condi- 27 ........................................ 1.023.10 1.023.10 ons and then planting corn in the 28 ......................................... 1.051.37 1,051.37 29 ......................................... 1.443.78 1 143.78 .l"ing to serve snow fence purposes. 30 ........................................ 1.402.35 1.402.35 Charles M. Babcock, state llighway 31 ......................................... 892.38 892.38 32 ......................................... 837.17 837.17 aommissioner, is recommending this 33 ......................................... 1.461.22 1,461.22 |Ian after being convinced that it gets 34 ........................................ 733.33 733.33 35 ......................................... 973.71 973.71 esutts. F.W. Ro.enwald, state high- 36 ......................................... 1.068.43 1,068.49 ay maintenance engineer, gave the 37 ......................................... 1,013.28 1,013.28 38 ......................................... 999.35 999.35 details: 39 ......................................... 872.33 872.33 Farmers should\\; now take special 41 ......................................... 579.90 579.90 42 ........................................ 774.40 774.40 aotice of places where the roads fill 43 ......................................... 3.105.39 3,105.39 with snow drifts. Next $eason eight 44 ......................................... 1.76.75 1,769.75 45 ........................................ 13,390.46 13,369,56 gr ten rows of corn should be planted 47 ......................................... 830.85 830.85 a.the north or west 50 to 100 feet 48 ........................................ 1,948.19 1,948.19 49 ......................................... 973.91 973.91 ack from the road--and the entire 5o ......................................... 15.767.27 15,728.32 tkngth of the stretches which drift 51 ......................................... 898.54 898.54 llall of snow. The corn rows if left 52 ........................................ 1.408.07 1.408.07 53. 1,402,54 1,402.54 nding will act as snow fences and 54. 864.91 364.91 rffectually keep the roads,open. The 55.56. 19,316.7517.93 19.316.7517.93 tmceess of the plan is befng 'demon- 57. 411.03 411.05 trated this winter in several local(- 58 .......................................... 1.182.46 1,182,46 59 ......................................... 3,684.86 3,670.47 lies in the state. 60 ......................................... 1,132.80 1,132.80 The highway /engineer said that 61 ......................................... 800.85 800.85 62 ......................................... 1,074.08 1.074.08 general adoption of the corn rows for 53 ......................................... 1.827.57 1.327.57 now fences will get results which can 64 ......................................... 1,449.65 1.449.65 e obtained at great expense under Totals .......................... $181,450.61 $181,345.92 winter snow clearing operations. The tatement followed numerous expert- ASSET8 AND LIABILITIES. ments with heavy machinery to plow mow drifts from the rods in differ- At. lint parts of the state. - Cash in Treasury ......... $ 56.223.90 Commissi(m" Babcock said that the Tax Levy for 1921 ..... : ........................ 388.642,80 prfneipal demand for snow removal Ucellected delinquent taxes (esti- . mated) .............................................. 43.287.56 omes ,from operators of commereial Unpaid ditch liens ............................ 124,404.87 -passenger bus and freight truck lines. State roads in county .......................... 542,330.22 County Roads ........................................ 120,000.00 The cost is so great, he added, that Road equipment and machinery .... 1.822.50 an extensive snow removal eampaig Federal Aid due ................................ 5.541.11 would Ieave no money for highway Court Hque. jail and lots ............ 53,900.00 Office furniture and fixtures ............ 1,490.00 work during tile regular, heavy-traffic Office equipment, stationeT etc ......... 7.500.00 Dne from State of Minn. for star,on. We will pay the following priee for iunk: Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton Copper and heavy Brass.4( to 8c per pound. Old Rags,  eent per pound. Old Rubbers and Tires. /3 tent to I cent per pound. Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting and Hose earrled in stack. Acetylene Welding, The Ortanville Foundry W. F. MULLIOA, Prop. Phone "Mothers' Pension" since Jan. 1. 1918 .................................................. 1,404.33 Fuel on hand .................................... 180.00 Total .............................................. $1,346,937.29 Liahilitic. Court house bonds ............................ $ 20,000.00 Ditch bonds ........................................ 142.100.00 Road Bonds ........................................ 250.000.00 Interest on bonds .............................. 3,285.52 Outstanding warrants .................... 76.684.75 Balance unpaid on contracts en- tered into by the Board ............ 21,6159.44 Time checks issued but not paid 28.20 Assets over liabilities ...................... 833.169._ Tots| .............................................. $1.345.987.29 TAXABLB VALUATION FOR  YEAR 1$1. Real Estate ........................................  8.884.8.00 Personal ptolrt ............................ 1.180.47.00 Moneys aml Credits ...................... 1.588,88.00 otal ............................................ tt.40.9.oo 1,273.83 Fdl. Barlage, Treas. Dist. No. 61 .... 800.85 1,029.78 Chas. Bergstrom, Treas. Dist. No. 62 1,074.01 agent for the Milwaukee road, is co.. 10,376,52 Alfred Luudell. Treas. Dist. No. 63 1,327.57 fined to his home with lagrippe. E1- 7,777.30 W. N. Fermoyle, Treas. Dist. No. 64 1,449.65 558.5o mer was taken from the train at 737.96 Total ................................................ $181.345.92 Graceville Tuesday morning after cel- l .......................... lapsing while at work and taken to the ,n g $ 30.45 $ 37.955.02 1.140.69 1.393.89 801.31 1.193.89 1.261.63 1.17466 1.186.11 1.273.83 1.029.78 18.153.82 568.50 737.96 1.485.05 1.852.71 1.077.35 1.343.98 884.85 1.928.82 948.57 549.13 14.388.')9 1,236.75 1.023.10 1,051,37 1,443,78 1,402.35 892.38 837.17 1.461.22 733.33 973.71 1.068.49 1.013.28 999.35 872.33 579.90 774.40 3.105.39 1.769.75 20.90 13.. 830.85 1,948.19 973.91 38.95 15,767.27 898.54 1.408.07 1,402.54 864.91 19.316.75 17.93 411.93 1.182,46 14,39 8,684.86 1.182.80 800.85 1.074.08 1.327.57 1 449.65 $104.69 $181,450.61 flUMMARY OF TAX LEVY FOR THE YEA/R 1531. THURSDAY, ,'-.-',  Cub Meets.  ?o-yell c' "hatung," also , ph':t:id Ix( ors were re(I at i:g bcok review by Miss ,, ; lhe Study Club a Michell on the new book, "If c edne::d y afternoon, Comes." . ,, ,_,ar is on "" ',r0 vo' "('1" 1,',' Mrs. Art Subscribe for the Treat Catarrh new Head colds, too, yield to the double action of Vicka VapoRub Apply Vicks up the nostrils. Head colds are Snuff it well back. Also melt lcompletely warded off if some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup treated at the onset. and inhale the vapors. At night Vicks combines in salve repeat and rub n neck. Vapors  the old, time-tested will be inhaled all night. Camphor, Menthol, Sufferers from chronic catarrh Thyme and Oil of will get welcome relief and better sleep thru this treatment, and persistency will be well re- warded. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors It is the most universal ment today for all cold t as well as cuts, bruises and ing skin troubles. Ovr 17 M/H/on Jars Uacd o Only 5 Pieces of Pie We have advertised that we would serve not over 10 pieces of pie to any one customer at a meal. Notice is hereby given, that from this date, the limit will be reduced to 5 pieces. For State Revenue ........................ $ 30.316.61 For State Sehool ............................ 12.097.38 For Teachers' Insurance and Retirement Fund .................... 492.00 For County Purposes .................... 65.402.17 For Gity and Village Purposes .... 42,104.85 For Township Purposes ................ 60.226.70 For School Distriet Purposes .... 160,952.75 For State Loan Purposes ............ 17.040.83 Total .......................................... $ 38.642.80 The above statement, prepared by the County Auditor. is hereby approved by this Board. respectfully submitted to the tax pay- ers of Big Stone County, Minnesota. and ordered published as provided by law, in the official paper, Dated at Or(one(lie, Minnesota. this 7th day of February, 1922. NELS LUNDBERG, K. G, KNUDSON0 OLE I. STEEN. JOHN F. GEENTY. OTTO MEYERS. County Commissioners of Big Stone County. Minn. (SILqL) Attest: A. Y. RANDALL, County At(all(or. hospital where he was placed under the care of Dr. C. I. Oliver, who stated tday that he was resting much easier altho he still has a high tem- perature. His father is also recover- ing. The Pie House ELECTRIC Price. Buy ,fee this latest 1921 model of the ,00oodd's greatest washing machine TS wonderful method of wuhin has kept Thor the world'| leader ever aincc dctric whing machines were first made,. Thia revolvini, reversin cylinder is still the gentlest and most thorougis washing method ever devised. It is the thing the name THOR stand, for. it washes everything |rom lingerie to heavy bhnkets, perfectlF and tardy. And now this all metal Thor model assures years longec services and mvcs up to an hour of the time required by other machines to do the average washing. It is the fastest wsshinr machine ever made.. See it without fail--see it tomorrow surc NF00T WASHDAY When you can buy a Thor on such term,, you cannot afford to do wkhout ones another single week. It saves its own cost ovcr snd ovcr again. Have a Thor for your very a(xt washday. Authorized Thor Dealer ALVAH I. NATTHEWS Ortonville, Minn. ? PAGE 10 Q ":" WANT ADS O FOR SALE--Two Pure-brext Hamp- shire Sows, weight 350 lbs. each. Due to farrow March 15, I922. Pr:ce $50.00 each. L. A. Larson, Clinton, Minn. ]FOUND---A restaurant back to pre- war prices. You know the quality. The Pie House. See our ad on page 5. SAWDUST FOR SALE--Three car- loads of sawdust for sale at a price that is right. Inquire at the Inde- pendent office. OUND--A Scotch Collie dog with eoltar, bearing the name T. O. Mal- lava or T. O. Mallem. Name plate difficult to read. Dog seems lone- Receipts and THE ORTONVILLE Disbursements of Township, City and Village Funds. .o rowns Valley Twp ............................................... $ 3.638.75 $ 3.638.75 $ roqua Twp ................................................................. 3.476.81 3.476.26 Graeevilie Twp ......................................................... 4.594.01 :.:.1.e "l.p ....................................................... 4.595.2 mlta Twp ................................................................. 5.438.23 Amend Twp ............................................................. 2.941.88 riot Twp ................................................................... 7.308.32 Big Stone Twp ......................................................... 2.659.14 :)trey Twp ................................................................. 3.020.83 Artichoke Twp ......................................................... 4.486.77 Akron TwI, ................................................................. 3.766.52 Odessa t wp. 3.579.90 Ortonville Twp ......................................................... 3.098.97 ester Twp .............................................................. 1.358.27 Beardsley Village .................................................... 3.535.54 ome and does not ,ake friends Barry Village ............................................................ 956.27 Graceville Village .................................................... 7.206.79 easily. Owner please call at The .lohna Village ........................................................ 1.492.94 Independent office and party's name litton "Village .......................................................... 4.162.66 G ,rrell ] illage .......................................................... 861.49 il] be furnished who is now earing Odesua Village .......................................................... 2.117.48 for him. No charges will be made Siiy Ortonville .......................................................... 15,801.86 except for payment of this notice. SURE DEATH to chicken lice--just / sift it in the (lust box, the hens do the rest. Cans 65c and SL00 at the Feed Store. 36-tf FOR SALE--High Bred Grades, Du- roc Jersey brood .sows. Write or call Bert Babbitt. Phone 5-F-20, Or(one(lie. .41-if I[ A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf fOR RENT--Six modern rooms with bath, over store on main street. Phone 160. 37-tf $ 3.638.75 $ .55 3.476.81 4.594.01 4.594.01 4.595.22 4.595.22 5.438.23 5.438.23 2.941.88 2,941.88 7,308.32 7,308.32 2.659.14 2,659.14 3.020.83 3,020.83 4.486.77 4.486.77 3.766.52 3.766.52 3.579.90 3.579.90 3.0t37.26 1.71 3.098.97 1.358.27 1.358.27 3.535.54 3.535.54 956.27 21.80 978.07 21.80 7.206.79 7.206.79 1.492.94 1.492.94 4.145.65 17.01 4.162.65 861.49 861.49 2.117.48 2.117.48 15.785.85 16.01 15,801.86 Total .................................................................... $90.098.611 $90.063.37 .57.o8 $90.120.45 $21.80 ECIlOOL FUND (DISTRICTS. Receipts. :darch Seltlement ............................. $ 32.951.77 une Settlement ................................. 60,838.28 ,or. Setih,ment .................................. 44,335.39 .Aate Aid ................................................ 10,804.92 Swan Nelson. Treas. Dist No. 14 .... E. M Johnson. Treas. Dist. No. 15 A. J. Lawrence. Treas. Dist. No. 16 S. E. Asplund. Treas. "Dist. No. 19 solon 0. Skundberg. Treas. Dist. No. zo Thee. Swensoff. Treas. Dist. No. 21 Orre Huizina, Treas. I)ist. No. 22 H. F. Martens. Treas. Dist. No. 23 C. F. Fereh. Treas. Dist. No. 24 ...... ch.ol Aim .rtionm. nt ........................ 8.810.90 .ca:rh.:'vd ".ore ;tat of Minne- Win. I"lanson Treas. Dist. No. 26 s :: is:c_ ................................... 18.043.28 C. H. Propp. Treas. Dist. No. 27.. /ra.Merved from State of Minne-  W. DMy, Treas. Dist. No. 28 ...... sta fund (Appor'dmm.ant} .... 5,275.00 t: t.. McAloon. Treas. Dist. No. 29 Franferred fr(,m State loan fund 33.27 Gee. F. Conway. Treas. Dist No. 30 1"ransierred from State Lands ....... 52.801T" D. Coyne. Treas. Dist. No. 31 John E. Larson. Treas. DiEt No. 31 Total ................................................ $181.450.61 J. J. Mulvaney. Treas. DiEt. No. 32 Joseph Buhl. Treas. Dist. No. 32 :.. Gee. McAllister. Treas, Dist. No. 33 Disbursements, Cornelius Howen, Treas. Dist. No. 34 ...................................................... Refundments ........................................ $ 104.69 John Geagan, Treas. Dist. No. 35 .... Warrants issued to Treasurers ...... 181,345.92 - t Emil Oehler, Treas. Dist. No, 36 ........ Total ................................................ $1.450 Miles Wilsofi. T ..... Dist. No. 37 1.485.05 1,52.71 1,077.35 1.343.98 884.85 1.928.82 948.57 549.1 14.38.29 1.236.75 1.023.10 1.051.37 1.443.78 1.402.35 420.7 471.60 414.19 422.98 1.461.22 733.33 973.71 1.068.49 1.013.28 INDEPENDENT REV. AND MILS. SOUTHWEL CEiAAgHATE GOLDEN WEDDIh Iev. and Mrs. John W. Southwe arc::ts of Mrs. R. C. Kaercher of t ity. celebraL (i their 5Oth wedd:" aaivcrary at lheir home in Pas. dens, California, on February 7th. This event in itlf is a happy da? in the lives of those so fortunate to be able to enjoy it, but in the case of these people it is doubly so, as Mrs Southwell's twin sister, Maria Daw- son, who was man-led with her th( same day, fifty years ago, to Mr. M Bartlett, celebrated the occasion also, making it a double golden we(tdinl celebration. All four of the partiez mentioned are in good health an(: live in he same block at Pasadena. The double wedding occurred at Malone, Iowa, on February 7, 1872 Rev. and Mrs. Southwell now reside at 1927 North Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena,' California. During their residence in Olon- ville both Rev. and Mrs. Southwell made a host of friends who rejoice in this event. COMMITTEES ARE NAMED l BY LEGION AUXILIARY For the purpose of alnending the constitution of the Legion Auxiliary, t a mcetin has been called hy Mis Ruth Wilkins, president, for Thursday evening, February 23. at the court honse. Committees that have recently been appointed by Miss Wilkins are as fol- lows: Mesdames Gus Orlon, William McFarland and Hartley Bolsta, to visit sick and disabled soldiers; Misses Dens Hudson, May Wilkins and E. M. Pike, finance; Mrs. Charles Bolsta, Mrs. Ed. Hane% Miss Anna Lindquist, FOR SALE--Pure Grimm Alfalfa seed at 40c per pound. Also a sraall Refundments. lot of timothy seed. Phone Henry ;co. Ellis ................................................ $ Witte, Ortonville, 10-F-4. 41-tf. an Sherman ...................................... A. A. Powell ........................................ [EMSTITCHING--Will do hemstitch- . J. Huselid .......................................... ;co. Fosburgh ................................... ins at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. Martin Larkin ...................................... Waddans. 27-tf-c STRAYED--Poland China Boar pig from my place. Pete Classen, Cor- tell, Minn. *38-3 l'OR SAI,E--Registered Holstein bull calves, sired by 27-1b. bull. Can be en at the Kaercherdale larm, Ortonville, Minn. Stock Sol Gustafson, Treas. Dis No. 6 40-if Fred Woodward. Treas., Dist. No. 7 Berg Nelson. Treas. Dist No. 8 .... 20.9{) 8.99 7.07 29.96 t 23.38 14.39 Total ................................................ $ 104.69 Warrants Issued to Treasurers for Settle- meuts, Apportionment and State Aid. W. T, Utlcy, Treas. Dist No. 1.._$ 22,214.84 E. N. Schoen, Treas. Dist. No. 1 15.709.73 Waiter Hanson. Treas. Dist. No. 2 1.140.69 J. E. Gustafson, Treas. Dist. No. 3 1.393.89 R. D. Martinsou. Treas. Dist. No. 4 891.31 Gee, E. Gardner, Treas. Dist. No. 5 1.193.89 1.261.63 1.174.66 1.186.11 ]John MeNamara, Treas.'l)ist No. 38 999.35 E. N. Cenfield. Treas. Dist. No. 39 872.33 Mrs. Kee Welch and Mrs. Harry Co- Max Sehmeichel, Treas. Dist No. 41 579.90,derre. Entertainment; Mrs. O. C. A. J. Anderson, Treas. Dist. No. 42 774,40 " " S Chas. N. Evans, Treas. Dist. No. 43 3 105.39 Mundwller, Mrs. C. A. Beard, Mrs. Frank G. Grossman, Treas. Dist. ' ./Engdatll and Mrs. Fern Hippie, mere- No. 44 ............................................ 1 769.70 Thee. Hundeby. Treas. Dist. No. 45 13'369 561be1hlp. The committee appointed to Ole Helgesen, Treas. Dist. No. 47 '83:85tarrane for a joint district convention D.PeterL. Danielson.Strm' TreaS.Treas.DiSt.Dist.SO.No.4849 .... 1'94.'17 / of the Legion and Auxiliary the com- J. H. Erickson, Treas. Dist. No. 50 15,728:32| ins summer consists of Mrs. C. A. Peter Sullivan. Treas. Dist. No. 51 898 54[ " Edw. Hanson, Treas. Dist. No. 52 1.408:07 Zwlener. Bessie Karn and Mrs. WII- H. O. Radtke, Treas. Dist. No. 53 1.402.54 liam Mull(ca. Win. Hein Treas. Dist. No. 54 ........ 864.91 Jacob Luchsimrer, Treas. Dist. No. 55 ...................................................... 10.316.75 Elmer and J. W. Hausauer Ill. County Auditor, Swift County, Dist. Elmer Hausauer, brak(man on the No. 56 .............................................. 17.93 Martin Haugen. Treas. Dist. No. 57 411.03 : argo passenger out of this city, is Erland Carlson, Treas. Dist. No. 58 1.182.46 in the Graceville hospital suffering F. L. Collins. Treas. Dist. No. 59 .... 3.670.47 Chas. Lindquist. Treas. Dist. No. 60 621.22 from a touch of pneumonia, nd his Emil Johnson. Treas. Dist. No. 60 511.58 father, John W. Hausauer, special iR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- Oscar A Olson, Treas. Dist. No, 9 red Suits for sale at the City Tail- Gee. Weinman. Treas. Dist. No. 10 Jas. McRae, Treas. Dist. No. 11 ...... or Shop. *12-tf E. C. Baird. Treas. Dist. No. 11 ...... Joln Knippen, Treas. Dist. No. 12 FOR SALE--Fine bronze turkey gob- L. S. Hanson. Treas. Dist. No. 13 .... biers and hens. Prices reasonable. A. Z. Beardsley, School District Fund. Minn. Phone 2-F-21 "41-2 Card of Thanks.   Mrs. A. B. Kaercher and family : visk to extend their sincere apprecia-    "'"  to the friends and, citizens of Or- g tnville for the many beautiful flor',d   :. .   afferings and for the kindness and ? ' " m4 mpathy extended during the recent  lreavement occasioned by the loss of g 1 ......................................... $ 37.955.02 $ 37,024.57 eir husband and father, z ............................................. 1,140.69 1.140.69 3 ......................................... 1,393.89 1,393.89 4 ......................................... 801.31 801.31 Rows 0f Corn To ......................................... 1.193.89 6 ......................................... 1.261.63 1.261.68 7 ......................................... 1.174.66 1.174.66 8 ......................................... 1.186?11 " 1.186.11 Keep Roads Open : ........................................ 1.273.83 1  1.029.73 1,029.78 11. 18.15.3.82 18.153.82 12. 568.50 568,50 13 ......................................... 737.96 737.96 ][ighway Official Points Practical Way 14 ................. : ....................... 1,485.05 1,485.05 15 ......................................... 1.852.71 1.852.71 for Farmers to Serve Own 16 ......................................... 1.077.35 1.077.35 and Public Interests. 19 ......................................... 1.343.93 1,343.98 . 20 ......................................... 884.85 884.85 21 ......................................... 1.928.82 1,928,82 22 ......................................... 948.57 948.57 Every farmer in Minnesota can help 23 ......................................... 549.13 549.13 materially to keep the roads open 24 ......................................... 14 388.29 14.388.29 26 ......................................... 1.236.75 1.236.75 aext winter by noting present condi- 27 ........................................ 1.023.10 1.023.10 ons and then planting corn in the 28 ......................................... 1.051.37 1,051.37 29 ......................................... 1.443.78 1 143.78 .l"ing to serve snow fence purposes. 30 ........................................ 1.402.35 1.402.35 Charles M. Babcock, state llighway 31 ......................................... 892.38 892.38 32 ......................................... 837.17 837.17 aommissioner, is recommending this 33 ......................................... 1.461.22 1,461.22 |Ian after being convinced that it gets 34 ........................................ 733.33 733.33 35 ......................................... 973.71 973.71 esutts. F.W. Ro.enwald, state high- 36 ......................................... 1.068.43 1,068.49 ay maintenance engineer, gave the 37 ......................................... 1,013.28 1,013.28 38 ......................................... 999.35 999.35 details: 39 ......................................... 872.33 872.33 Farmers should\\; now take special 41 ......................................... 579.90 579.90 42 ........................................ 774.40 774.40 aotice of places where the roads fill 43 ......................................... 3.105.39 3,105.39 with snow drifts. Next $eason eight 44 ......................................... 1.76.75 1,769.75 45 ........................................ 13,390.46 13,369,56 gr ten rows of corn should be planted 47 ......................................... 830.85 830.85 a.the north or west 50 to 100 feet 48 ........................................ 1,948.19 1,948.19 49 ......................................... 973.91 973.91 ack from the road--and the entire 5o ......................................... 15.767.27 15,728.32 tkngth of the stretches which drift 51 ......................................... 898.54 898.54 llall of snow. The corn rows if left 52 ........................................ 1.408.07 1.408.07 53. 1,402,54 1,402.54 nding will act as snow fences and 54. 864.91 364.91 rffectually keep the roads,open. The 55.56. 19,316.7517.93 19.316.7517.93 tmceess of the plan is befng 'demon- 57. 411.03 411.05 trated this winter in several local(- 58 .......................................... 1.182.46 1,182,46 59 ......................................... 3,684.86 3,670.47 lies in the state. 60 ......................................... 1,132.80 1,132.80 The highway /engineer said that 61 ......................................... 800.85 800.85 62 ......................................... 1,074.08 1.074.08 general adoption of the corn rows for 53 ......................................... 1.827.57 1.327.57 now fences will get results which can 64 ......................................... 1,449.65 1.449.65 e obtained at great expense under Totals .......................... $181,450.61 $181,345.92 winter snow clearing operations. The tatement followed numerous expert- ASSET8 AND LIABILITIES. ments with heavy machinery to plow mow drifts from the rods in differ- At. lint parts of the state. - Cash in Treasury ......... $ 56.223.90 Commissi(m" Babcock said that the Tax Levy for 1921 ..... : ........................ 388.642,80 prfneipal demand for snow removal Ucellected delinquent taxes (esti- . mated) .............................................. 43.287.56 omes ,from operators of commereial Unpaid ditch liens ............................ 124,404.87 -passenger bus and freight truck lines. State roads in county .......................... 542,330.22 County Roads ........................................ 120,000.00 The cost is so great, he added, that Road equipment and machinery .... 1.822.50 an extensive snow removal eampaig Federal Aid due ................................ 5.541.11 would Ieave no money for highway Court Hque. jail and lots ............ 53,900.00 Office furniture and fixtures ............ 1,490.00 work during tile regular, heavy-traffic Office equipment, stationeT etc ......... 7.500.00 Dne from State of Minn. for star,on. We will pay the following priee for iunk: Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton Copper and heavy Brass.4( to 8c per pound. Old Rags,  eent per pound. Old Rubbers and Tires. /3 tent to I cent per pound. Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting and Hose earrled in stack. Acetylene Welding, The Ortanville Foundry W. F. MULLIOA, Prop. Phone "Mothers' Pension" since Jan. 1. 1918 .................................................. 1,404.33 Fuel on hand .................................... 180.00 Total .............................................. $1,346,937.29 Liahilitic. Court house bonds ............................ $ 20,000.00 Ditch bonds ........................................ 142.100.00 Road Bonds ........................................ 250.000.00 Interest on bonds .............................. 3,285.52 Outstanding warrants .................... 76.684.75 Balance unpaid on contracts en- tered into by the Board ............ 21,6159.44 Time checks issued but not paid 28.20 Assets over liabilities ...................... 833.169._ Tots| .............................................. $1.345.987.29 TAXABLB VALUATION FOR  YEAR 1$1. Real Estate ........................................  8.884.8.00 Personal ptolrt ............................ 1.180.47.00 Moneys aml Credits ...................... 1.588,88.00 otal ............................................ tt.40.9.oo 1,273.83 Fdl. Barlage, Treas. Dist. No. 61 .... 800.85 1,029.78 Chas. Bergstrom, Treas. Dist. No. 62 1,074.01 agent for the Milwaukee road, is co.. 10,376,52 Alfred Luudell. Treas. Dist. No. 63 1,327.57 fined to his home with lagrippe. E1- 7,777.30 W. N. Fermoyle, Treas. Dist. No. 64 1,449.65 558.5o mer was taken from the train at 737.96 Total ................................................ $181.345.92 Graceville Tuesday morning after cel- l .......................... lapsing while at work and taken to the ,n g $ 30.45 $ 37.955.02 1.140.69 1.393.89 801.31 1.193.89 1.261.63 1.17466 1.186.11 1.273.83 1.029.78 18.153.82 568.50 737.96 1.485.05 1.852.71 1.077.35 1.343.98 884.85 1.928.82 948.57 549.13 14.388.')9 1,236.75 1.023.10 1,051,37 1,443,78 1,402.35 892.38 837.17 1.461.22 733.33 973.71 1.068.49 1.013.28 999.35 872.33 579.90 774.40 3.105.39 1.769.75 20.90 13.. 830.85 1,948.19 973.91 38.95 15,767.27 898.54 1.408.07 1,402.54 864.91 19.316.75 17.93 411.93 1.182,46 14,39 8,684.86 1.182.80 800.85 1.074.08 1.327.57 1 449.65 $104.69 $181,450.61 flUMMARY OF TAX LEVY FOR THE YEA/R 1531. THURSDAY, ,'-.-',  Cub Meets.  ?o-yell c' "hatung," also , ph':t:id Ix( ors were re(I at i:g bcok review by Miss ,, ; lhe Study Club a Michell on the new book, "If c edne::d y afternoon, Comes." . ,, ,_,ar is on "" ',r0 vo' "('1" 1,',' Mrs. Art Subscribe for the Treat Catarrh new Head colds, too, yield to the double action of Vicka VapoRub Apply Vicks up the nostrils. Head colds are Snuff it well back. Also melt lcompletely warded off if some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup treated at the onset. and inhale the vapors. At night Vicks combines in salve repeat and rub n neck. Vapors  the old, time-tested will be inhaled all night. Camphor, Menthol, Sufferers from chronic catarrh Thyme and Oil of will get welcome relief and better sleep thru this treatment, and persistency will be well re- warded. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors It is the most universal ment today for all cold t as well as cuts, bruises and ing skin troubles. Ovr 17 M/H/on Jars Uacd o Only 5 Pieces of Pie We have advertised that we would serve not over 10 pieces of pie to any one customer at a meal. Notice is hereby given, that from this date, the limit will be reduced to 5 pieces. For State Revenue ........................ $ 30.316.61 For State Sehool ............................ 12.097.38 For Teachers' Insurance and Retirement Fund .................... 492.00 For County Purposes .................... 65.402.17 For Gity and Village Purposes .... 42,104.85 For Township Purposes ................ 60.226.70 For School Distriet Purposes .... 160,952.75 For State Loan Purposes ............ 17.040.83 Total .......................................... $ 38.642.80 The above statement, prepared by the County Auditor. is hereby approved by this Board. respectfully submitted to the tax pay- ers of Big Stone County, Minnesota. and ordered published as provided by law, in the official paper, Dated at Or(one(lie, Minnesota. this 7th day of February, 1922. NELS LUNDBERG, K. G, KNUDSON0 OLE I. STEEN. JOHN F. GEENTY. OTTO MEYERS. County Commissioners of Big Stone County. Minn. (SILqL) Attest: A. Y. RANDALL, County At(all(or. hospital where he was placed under the care of Dr. C. I. Oliver, who stated tday that he was resting much easier altho he still has a high tem- perature. His father is also recover- ing. The Pie House ELECTRIC Price. Buy ,fee this latest 1921 model of the ,00oodd's greatest washing machine TS wonderful method of wuhin has kept Thor the world'| leader ever aincc dctric whing machines were first made,. Thia revolvini, reversin cylinder is still the gentlest and most thorougis washing method ever devised. It is the thing the name THOR stand, for. it washes everything |rom lingerie to heavy bhnkets, perfectlF and tardy. And now this all metal Thor model assures years longec services and mvcs up to an hour of the time required by other machines to do the average washing. It is the fastest wsshinr machine ever made.. See it without fail--see it tomorrow surc NF00T WASHDAY When you can buy a Thor on such term,, you cannot afford to do wkhout ones another single week. It saves its own cost ovcr snd ovcr again. Have a Thor for your very a(xt washday. Authorized Thor Dealer ALVAH I. NATTHEWS Ortonville, Minn. IPAGE 10 THI ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THU RSDAY i WANT ADS Receipts and Disbursements of Township, City I E[V'cS,UTHWL,I and Village Funds.  ' : -- ' [OR SALE--Two Fubred Ham I __ -- -- Bey and Mrs. John W. Southwe mhire Sows, weight 350 Ibs. ead  "     reels of Mls. R. C. kaehel of t [e to faw 17tb IB, L922 k  " . = itn ccleb d their 5th wedd,    I t h h i Par pIZce $50.00 eh. L. A. Larn  I-   . . er nine "n   = L[ This event in it.ll is a happy da: OUNA staurant bk to pre- [ e    in the lives of tho so fortmmte to war prices. You mow the quality, k ] be able to enjoy it* but in the e ot The Pie House See or ad on page |AWDUST FOR SALE--Thee  .t wv .................................. .Ol ,s.ol ,94ei loIs of wdust for sale at a pri .,Tt ,re .............. sg s,sa s,s z that is right, Inqui at the Inde- trd ap ..................... z.st  ,418S Z.ISS I'OUND--A eotch Collie dog with x.ttesok T ..................................... ,4ss7 AS.77 4.4s M.m or T. O. MalIe Ne plate  w    ,s, .0szs 17t ,s97 difficult to read. Dog seems lone- a,:e VUla : ....... S,SSH4 S.H4 ss4 ome and do not ake friends r vmae ............................. ass27 sss7 lS svsv7 easily. Owner please il at The o,*a vns ....... 1.49.s4 1,42.9 t,gH Independent offi and pnrty' ne Ih'* It ......... 4,16S q,Ss n.Ol .ISZSS will be fuished who is now earing es vnlam ............ ,lnS ,ln.8 ,tl7.4 for hlm NO ehgps will be made :ay om .... ln,01s x.7s isot ...... ISOl ss except for payment of thls noti. 'o1 sooss.s 0.oa s7o sn1204 SURE DEATH to chicken ]iejut sift it in the u t b the hens do SItOOL FUND DlSZmS. IS,, Nd.o. T, Dt. No i i the t Cans 65e aed $1,fl0 t t e a J. n ,t I),t N IS BY LEGION AUXILIAR*t Feed Stol 36 tf R  s s A dd T. al,t. N,. IF __ I -- ..h S,tlment ................. t SSI 0 SS4S For the purpo of amending the IOR SA E--H gh Bred Grad, DU. ,n Seu/cm,t .... .ass T s,; r IJ No t I:S Legion Auxiliy, r{ Jersey brood sows W e o ,,. Nn .............. ,.zz o . .za v  ]: .... ting ha been called by Mi,s call Bert Babbitt' Phne 5  20 '  a:' 1<":''n 'Sl so c F  " Z N I,SS2' Ruth Wilkins, plesident, for Thumday , , : ............. s04s c rl Po Ta mat, o 7 ewnlng, February 3, at the WANTED--Ladles and Gents .t fond (Appcrucnm,tot) ,2S0t) S D MCAI. TM Dht. No 9 clothe to clean and ps. Cit I ran !err , t 41ur'd szT[t. z o,r,wa T*. nit o z0 Cummitts that have recently been prietor. *12-tf Tta ...... $tsl,401 J # l.,z, Zr. Otst No S :1 IOW: Mesdam GUS 0rton, William -- Joa Vul, T* mt No az: 4s MeFarlaml and Hmtley Bolsta, to visit ENT S'x meal m o with a,o S Am,, ,. m No.  4tZ l'OK R -- i e r 0 Dlr,men. ru H,w. Tas mat. o sick and dlsabled soldier; bath, over store on main strut. Refundment .................... $ 1669 34 ........... Dens Hudson, Ms) phone 160 37-tf w .  T. tsl Sa.S J. n, T. Dht No  , .. Era. me.. T,. O.t NO. s pike finance; Mrs. Charles o1 ................ $1St,4S0t S:e. Wa. Ta. O. . aS Mrs. Ed, I]ane% Miss Anna Lindqu st ]rOR SALFP Grmm Alfalfa John eeNma. T,'Iat NO  --  N C, i TS .t. NO  Welch and Mrs Harry Co. seed at 40 per pound Also a 11 r=.dmet." Max Se h . T   If.fro Enterta nment; Mrs O C lot of timothy seed. phone Henry A J A n T m.t. o. 4 ,  0.o ch N S.., T, Dirt No S  uadwder Mr C A Beard, M Witte, Oronille, 10-F.4. 41-tf.  shoran ..... 9 o   k h ,o, Trea' i., '  g ah an Mrs. Fe Hippie mem- IM"MSTCHINCWill domstih  " j.A Pil :::: :s I Tfiu b o S a bemhlp" The mmittee appointed to ; ou.h ........... aS[ O n o Tas  o 47 S0,S a,rage for a Mnt distrlet convention ing at 1Oe per ymrd* Mrs, A L. .t, rk, ............ - Peter sto, s I). o s i,s of the Leg' n a d k iliarv the com- Waddans. 27-tf-e Tot ...........  10.9 I " I'T2 I)i'; S: S iS.TI: ing summer eonsist of Mrs. C. A. fRAYEDPoland Cina Boar pig -- ]zd H.n T "D   t OS- Zwlener, Bessie Karn and MI' Wfl fm my ple. pete Clsen, Cot- m. , a ,teamt and State td. Wm Hi T. D i N SlSl __ roll, Minn. *38 3 w T nl,y Tas ol t No t :  Lue:r,e/ T u L OR SAL'-Registered Holstein bull F' N srhoen T at No. I IS 70 7 19 SlS7 EIr and J W, Hauuer 111. Wlt, Ha. z: [n,t No  I: .n  A d  s* Cu.t Oi.t. - E met Haauer brakeman on he lv, sd by 27-1b ball Can be o M   T a ul. N. 4 S0t3I Mio Hauea, T mat. o S7 4IS*] Fargo passenger out of this el y, :s n at the Kaeherdale Stock n s  rd T   z d  T D N th Gre I h a fie rnl, Olqnvlle, Minn. 40-tt F Wwsrd, Treae.. Di t, o , a L. q. TaS. st No so 6St , Inl  teach oi pneonla* n S U . .d.oa T  N , ss n Emil JonsOnTT= O iqNo so l  fath er John W Hausauer, spain Go* W .man TS I t No , cha   r... D.t No s 1,074 S" agent for the Milwaukee rd, Js co*,- d Suits for sle at the CitY.12_tl , MTJl-  m    L . T .   I  /fi d t h's h fm g ptPra n a'th Et 3. s Han., TSS Di,t N ia 11 Tots ...................... $ ,sss Graeevi]le Tsday morning after col FOR ALFine' bron turkey gob t the people it is doubly so, as M $ Southweips twin sister, Maria Daw son, who was married wlth her th( same day, fifty years ago, tn Mr. M artlett, lebrated the easion also maki.g it a double golden weddi., :elebration. Atl four of the pa:tie mentioned ate in good health an, live in the same block at padena. The double wedding occurred at Malone, Iowa, on February 7, 187'2 t.s0 Re*'. and Mrs. Sonthwell now reside at 1927 North Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena, California. During their sidence in Olon ville both Rev. and Mrs. Southwell s;;: mle a host of friends who rejoiee ia this event. lapsing . z ub M:t ts. ] 'o,,d[ c!l "Shatang ,, lao an , q,h. ,:d  :ices .e read at igJ book view by Miss r f the Study Club at[ M ehe on the new book, "If : edsed y afteeos,!Comes," :.. r' ,,, i, rs, Artl 'Treat Catarrh new [[ Head cld" tiYk'2dtaP OthRdOuhle actiO, Apply Vicks up the nostrils. Head colds are Snuff it well back, Also melt completely warded some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup treated at the onset and inhale the vapors At night Vicks combines in salve epea and mb n neck. Vapo the old, time-tested wiJl be inhed all night. Camphor,  ent ol, Sufferers from chronic catarrh Thyme and Oil of It is t nent today $n roublq, Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors or-.a Only 5 Pieces of Pie We have advertised that we would s6rve not over 10 pieces of pie to an one customer at a meat. Notice is hereby given, that from this date, the limit will be reduced to 5 pieces. The Pie biers and hens. Prices onable -- z.. . :. ., .d. School District Fund. Minm ]'hone 2-F.1 41.2 Card of ThatCh+ Mr A. B+ Kaetcher sd family wfsR to extend their sinee apprla- @on to the friends and cRis of O tvtlie for the my beautiful flol erings and for the ldndness d armpathy extended during tha .t rment loned b the loss of elr hushed d fatlr. .................  s.0ssoR R0ws 0f Corn To ............................ Keep Roads 0pen ........ iighway Omdal points Praetkal wa i .................... ,sszt for I,'arme to Sere ow i .......... 17 a aria Public lutet 1 ......... 14 s Every faer in Minnesota n hel 2i: ,la materially to keep he roads ope z. ............... l,ss2 xt winter by noting prnt eondi- 2 :: :: l'2i o,,s aml the,, planting corn in the  .... l,,l= .ring to sere snow fee purpose, a0 ................ L02s Charl M. Babcock, state highwa t ................. s2.a mmissioner, is reending that ss ......... iz jtan after being convinced that it get. 4 ............. : ........ 7X3,3 slts. F.W. Renwald, state high s: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: l,OS. Way mainten&uee eaginr, gave t#ne 1,o1:, details: a9 ............. sn.s3 Fers shld' now Kele special t .......................... $o0 oti of places where the roads fill 4s .................... ,to.a9 with snow dft. Next yemen eighl * ................. 1, s .r ten *ows of eo should be phmte  .................... S: s0.ss k fm the read--and the entir :s" iiiiiii i:.i!i:.iiiiiii 978'91 ength n the stretches which drift s: sss I of snow The cv w if le s a' l,0l's' s of the plan i berg dn- s .andkng will act  snow fends  . ss. deettdly keep the tnds open. The sl a.ss Me in the state ............................ :,isz.a0 The Mhy tenglneer .................................. soo mow fen will ............................... x,o  I otalned at ffrea xpense der Tls ........ stst.tsa.t wner shaw clearng operqos. "lhe az.047 1,140., nms s hospital whe he was plaid under the ca of Dr. C, L Oliver, who stated tadny that he was ting m.eh easier ahho he still h a high tem- peratu His father is "ing. i ,ss : L.,S: SSS O.S* S. aSS , 00oodd00 greatest washing -aatemnt followed nerous perl- mts wth heaw machinery to plow drffts fm the rods in differ- mt parts of te,state- pHuelpd dmmd for snow lger bus aad freight truck ll Th cost is so grea he added. would leave no money foe hlgway rk during te gu], he*vy-trame n. We v, Imy t tollowlng lule, fer lk Old Ir, $6.OO to $10.00 per t Copp md hvy BraM,4c to 8r per u,d. Old Ra  et r eud. OM Rnbt nd a*e V* ,t t I mt per md. Pip Flttlng Br Belting and H rx1d The Ortenvflle Foundry W. 1L MIW.,I.K Pre Pbne U  a uamurms Sd;nY or Tx ucv tea Tn " f,,ta *m. st .................. z Tu. x. t I lm ever dace eke wuhing machine* were Thi revolvJ r.vendn,l cyllnde i m@l the t, cnde znd mo thofoul, " methodeverdm4mL ItbthethinthenmneTHORmmd for.Wt wh rfi.Z hcat linrefi, to hvl blanke tnd dy. And now this all metal Thor model zme ymus 10ge* iee aad vcs up to an bom" o the tim required by oth mathine to do the average ng. It is the fmte wathi machine  mad  k without fail--c it tomorrow tort| NXT WASHDAY do without e another single week. It saves its owa  ov Ud ove agaln, Have a Thor |or your very next wah. Auhord Thor  ALVAH !. NATTHEWS Ortsnvme, Minn. ? PAGE 10 Q ":" WANT ADS O FOR SALE--Two Pure-brext Hamp- shire Sows, weight 350 lbs. each. Due to farrow March 15, I922. Pr:ce $50.00 each. L. A. Larson, Clinton, Minn. ]FOUND---A restaurant back to pre- war prices. You know the quality. The Pie House. See our ad on page 5. SAWDUST FOR SALE--Three car- loads of sawdust for sale at a price that is right. Inquire at the Inde- pendent office. OUND--A Scotch Collie dog with eoltar, bearing the name T. O. Mal- lava or T. O. Mallem. Name plate difficult to read. Dog seems lone- Receipts and THE ORTONVILLE Disbursements of Township, City and Village Funds. .o rowns Valley Twp ............................................... $ 3.638.75 $ 3.638.75 $ roqua Twp ................................................................. 3.476.81 3.476.26 Graeevilie Twp ......................................................... 4.594.01 :.:.1.e "l.p ....................................................... 4.595.2 mlta Twp ................................................................. 5.438.23 Amend Twp ............................................................. 2.941.88 riot Twp ................................................................... 7.308.32 Big Stone Twp ......................................................... 2.659.14 :)trey Twp ................................................................. 3.020.83 Artichoke Twp ......................................................... 4.486.77 Akron TwI, ................................................................. 3.766.52 Odessa t wp. 3.579.90 Ortonville Twp ......................................................... 3.098.97 ester Twp .............................................................. 1.358.27 Beardsley Village .................................................... 3.535.54 ome and does not ,ake friends Barry Village ............................................................ 956.27 Graceville Village .................................................... 7.206.79 easily. Owner please call at The .lohna Village ........................................................ 1.492.94 Independent office and party's name litton "Village .......................................................... 4.162.66 G ,rrell ] illage .......................................................... 861.49 il] be furnished who is now earing Odesua Village .......................................................... 2.117.48 for him. No charges will be made Siiy Ortonville .......................................................... 15,801.86 except for payment of this notice. SURE DEATH to chicken lice--just / sift it in the (lust box, the hens do the rest. Cans 65c and SL00 at the Feed Store. 36-tf FOR SALE--High Bred Grades, Du- roc Jersey brood .sows. Write or call Bert Babbitt. Phone 5-F-20, Or(one(lie. .41-if I[ A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf fOR RENT--Six modern rooms with bath, over store on main street. Phone 160. 37-tf $ 3.638.75 $ .55 3.476.81 4.594.01 4.594.01 4.595.22 4.595.22 5.438.23 5.438.23 2.941.88 2,941.88 7,308.32 7,308.32 2.659.14 2,659.14 3.020.83 3,020.83 4.486.77 4.486.77 3.766.52 3.766.52 3.579.90 3.579.90 3.0t37.26 1.71 3.098.97 1.358.27 1.358.27 3.535.54 3.535.54 956.27 21.80 978.07 21.80 7.206.79 7.206.79 1.492.94 1.492.94 4.145.65 17.01 4.162.65 861.49 861.49 2.117.48 2.117.48 15.785.85 16.01 15,801.86 Total .................................................................... $90.098.611 $90.063.37 .57.o8 $90.120.45 $21.80 ECIlOOL FUND (DISTRICTS. Receipts. :darch Seltlement ............................. $ 32.951.77 une Settlement ................................. 60,838.28 ,or. Setih,ment .................................. 44,335.39 .Aate Aid ................................................ 10,804.92 Swan Nelson. Treas. Dist No. 14 .... E. M Johnson. Treas. Dist. No. 15 A. J. Lawrence. Treas. Dist. No. 16 S. E. Asplund. Treas. "Dist. No. 19 solon 0. Skundberg. Treas. Dist. No. zo Thee. Swensoff. Treas. Dist. No. 21 Orre Huizina, Treas. I)ist. No. 22 H. F. Martens. Treas. Dist. No. 23 C. F. Fereh. Treas. Dist. No. 24 ...... ch.ol Aim .rtionm. nt ........................ 8.810.90 .ca:rh.:'vd ".ore ;tat of Minne- Win. I"lanson Treas. Dist. No. 26 s :: is:c_ ................................... 18.043.28 C. H. Propp. Treas. Dist. No. 27.. /ra.Merved from State of Minne-  W. DMy, Treas. Dist. No. 28 ...... sta fund (Appor'dmm.ant} .... 5,275.00 t: t.. McAloon. Treas. Dist. No. 29 Franferred fr(,m State loan fund 33.27 Gee. F. Conway. Treas. Dist No. 30 1"ransierred from State Lands ....... 52.801T" D. Coyne. Treas. Dist. No. 31 John E. Larson. Treas. DiEt No. 31 Total ................................................ $181.450.61 J. J. Mulvaney. Treas. DiEt. No. 32 Joseph Buhl. Treas. Dist. No. 32 :.. Gee. McAllister. Treas, Dist. No. 33 Disbursements, Cornelius Howen, Treas. Dist. No. 34 ...................................................... Refundments ........................................ $ 104.69 John Geagan, Treas. Dist. No. 35 .... Warrants issued to Treasurers ...... 181,345.92 - t Emil Oehler, Treas. Dist. No, 36 ........ Total ................................................ $1.450 Miles Wilsofi. T ..... Dist. No. 37 1.485.05 1,52.71 1,077.35 1.343.98 884.85 1.928.82 948.57 549.1 14.38.29 1.236.75 1.023.10 1.051.37 1.443.78 1.402.35 420.7 471.60 414.19 422.98 1.461.22 733.33 973.71 1.068.49 1.013.28 INDEPENDENT REV. AND MILS. SOUTHWEL CEiAAgHATE GOLDEN WEDDIh Iev. and Mrs. John W. Southwe arc::ts of Mrs. R. C. Kaercher of t ity. celebraL (i their 5Oth wedd:" aaivcrary at lheir home in Pas. dens, California, on February 7th. This event in itlf is a happy da? in the lives of those so fortunate to be able to enjoy it, but in the case of these people it is doubly so, as Mrs Southwell's twin sister, Maria Daw- son, who was man-led with her th( same day, fifty years ago, to Mr. M Bartlett, celebrated the occasion also, making it a double golden we(tdinl celebration. All four of the partiez mentioned are in good health an(: live in he same block at Pasadena. The double wedding occurred at Malone, Iowa, on February 7, 1872 Rev. and Mrs. Southwell now reside at 1927 North Fair Oaks Avenue, Pasadena,' California. During their residence in Olon- ville both Rev. and Mrs. Southwell made a host of friends who rejoice in this event. COMMITTEES ARE NAMED l BY LEGION AUXILIARY For the purpose of alnending the constitution of the Legion Auxiliary, t a mcetin has been called hy Mis Ruth Wilkins, president, for Thursday evening, February 23. at the court honse. Committees that have recently been appointed by Miss Wilkins are as fol- lows: Mesdames Gus Orlon, William McFarland and Hartley Bolsta, to visit sick and disabled soldiers; Misses Dens Hudson, May Wilkins and E. M. Pike, finance; Mrs. Charles Bolsta, Mrs. Ed. Hane% Miss Anna Lindquist, FOR SALE--Pure Grimm Alfalfa seed at 40c per pound. Also a sraall Refundments. lot of timothy seed. Phone Henry ;co. Ellis ................................................ $ Witte, Ortonville, 10-F-4. 41-tf. an Sherman ...................................... A. A. Powell ........................................ [EMSTITCHING--Will do hemstitch- . J. Huselid .......................................... ;co. Fosburgh ................................... ins at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. Martin Larkin ...................................... Waddans. 27-tf-c STRAYED--Poland China Boar pig from my place. Pete Classen, Cor- tell, Minn. *38-3 l'OR SAI,E--Registered Holstein bull calves, sired by 27-1b. bull. Can be en at the Kaercherdale larm, Ortonville, Minn. Stock Sol Gustafson, Treas. Dis No. 6 40-if Fred Woodward. Treas., Dist. No. 7 Berg Nelson. Treas. Dist No. 8 .... 20.9{) 8.99 7.07 29.96 t 23.38 14.39 Total ................................................ $ 104.69 Warrants Issued to Treasurers for Settle- meuts, Apportionment and State Aid. W. T, Utlcy, Treas. Dist No. 1.._$ 22,214.84 E. N. Schoen, Treas. Dist. No. 1 15.709.73 Waiter Hanson. Treas. Dist. No. 2 1.140.69 J. E. Gustafson, Treas. Dist. No. 3 1.393.89 R. D. Martinsou. Treas. Dist. No. 4 891.31 Gee, E. Gardner, Treas. Dist. No. 5 1.193.89 1.261.63 1.174.66 1.186.11 ]John MeNamara, Treas.'l)ist No. 38 999.35 E. N. Cenfield. Treas. Dist. No. 39 872.33 Mrs. Kee Welch and Mrs. Harry Co- Max Sehmeichel, Treas. Dist No. 41 579.90,derre. Entertainment; Mrs. O. C. A. J. Anderson, Treas. Dist. No. 42 774,40 " " S Chas. N. Evans, Treas. Dist. No. 43 3 105.39 Mundwller, Mrs. C. A. Beard, Mrs. Frank G. Grossman, Treas. Dist. ' ./Engdatll and Mrs. Fern Hippie, mere- No. 44 ............................................ 1 769.70 Thee. Hundeby. Treas. Dist. No. 45 13'369 561be1hlp. The committee appointed to Ole Helgesen, Treas. Dist. No. 47 '83:85tarrane for a joint district convention D.PeterL. Danielson.Strm' TreaS.Treas.DiSt.Dist.SO.No.4849 .... 1'94.'17 / of the Legion and Auxiliary the com- J. H. Erickson, Treas. Dist. No. 50 15,728:32| ins summer consists of Mrs. C. A. Peter Sullivan. Treas. Dist. No. 51 898 54[ " Edw. Hanson, Treas. Dist. No. 52 1.408:07 Zwlener. Bessie Karn and Mrs. WII- H. O. Radtke, Treas. Dist. No. 53 1.402.54 liam Mull(ca. Win. Hein Treas. Dist. No. 54 ........ 864.91 Jacob Luchsimrer, Treas. Dist. No. 55 ...................................................... 10.316.75 Elmer and J. W. Hausauer Ill. County Auditor, Swift County, Dist. Elmer Hausauer, brak(man on the No. 56 .............................................. 17.93 Martin Haugen. Treas. Dist. No. 57 411.03 : argo passenger out of this city, is Erland Carlson, Treas. Dist. No. 58 1.182.46 in the Graceville hospital suffering F. L. Collins. Treas. Dist. No. 59 .... 3.670.47 Chas. Lindquist. Treas. Dist. No. 60 621.22 from a touch of pneumonia, nd his Emil Johnson. Treas. Dist. No. 60 511.58 father, John W. Hausauer, special iR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- Oscar A Olson, Treas. Dist. No, 9 red Suits for sale at the City Tail- Gee. Weinman. Treas. Dist. No. 10 Jas. McRae, Treas. Dist. No. 11 ...... or Shop. *12-tf E. C. Baird. Treas. Dist. No. 11 ...... Joln Knippen, Treas. Dist. No. 12 FOR SALE--Fine bronze turkey gob- L. S. Hanson. Treas. Dist. No. 13 .... biers and hens. Prices reasonable. A. Z. Beardsley, School District Fund. Minn. Phone 2-F-21 "41-2 Card of Thanks.   Mrs. A. B. Kaercher and family : visk to extend their sincere apprecia-    "'"  to the friends and, citizens of Or- g tnville for the many beautiful flor',d   :. .   afferings and for the kindness and ? ' " m4 mpathy extended during the recent  lreavement occasioned by the loss of g 1 ......................................... $ 37.955.02 $ 37,024.57 eir husband and father, z ............................................. 1,140.69 1.140.69 3 ......................................... 1,393.89 1,393.89 4 ......................................... 801.31 801.31 Rows 0f Corn To ......................................... 1.193.89 6 ......................................... 1.261.63 1.261.68 7 ......................................... 1.174.66 1.174.66 8 ......................................... 1.186?11 " 1.186.11 Keep Roads Open : ........................................ 1.273.83 1  1.029.73 1,029.78 11. 18.15.3.82 18.153.82 12. 568.50 568,50 13 ......................................... 737.96 737.96 ][ighway Official Points Practical Way 14 ................. : ....................... 1,485.05 1,485.05 15 ......................................... 1.852.71 1.852.71 for Farmers to Serve Own 16 ......................................... 1.077.35 1.077.35 and Public Interests. 19 ......................................... 1.343.93 1,343.98 . 20 ......................................... 884.85 884.85 21 ......................................... 1.928.82 1,928,82 22 ......................................... 948.57 948.57 Every farmer in Minnesota can help 23 ......................................... 549.13 549.13 materially to keep the roads open 24 ......................................... 14 388.29 14.388.29 26 ......................................... 1.236.75 1.236.75 aext winter by noting present condi- 27 ........................................ 1.023.10 1.023.10 ons and then planting corn in the 28 ......................................... 1.051.37 1,051.37 29 ......................................... 1.443.78 1 143.78 .l"ing to serve snow fence purposes. 30 ........................................ 1.402.35 1.402.35 Charles M. Babcock, state llighway 31 ......................................... 892.38 892.38 32 ......................................... 837.17 837.17 aommissioner, is recommending this 33 ......................................... 1.461.22 1,461.22 |Ian after being convinced that it gets 34 ........................................ 733.33 733.33 35 ......................................... 973.71 973.71 esutts. F.W. Ro.enwald, state high- 36 ......................................... 1.068.43 1,068.49 ay maintenance engineer, gave the 37 ......................................... 1,013.28 1,013.28 38 ......................................... 999.35 999.35 details: 39 ......................................... 872.33 872.33 Farmers should\\; now take special 41 ......................................... 579.90 579.90 42 ........................................ 774.40 774.40 aotice of places where the roads fill 43 ......................................... 3.105.39 3,105.39 with snow drifts. Next $eason eight 44 ......................................... 1.76.75 1,769.75 45 ........................................ 13,390.46 13,369,56 gr ten rows of corn should be planted 47 ......................................... 830.85 830.85 a.the north or west 50 to 100 feet 48 ........................................ 1,948.19 1,948.19 49 ......................................... 973.91 973.91 ack from the road--and the entire 5o ......................................... 15.767.27 15,728.32 tkngth of the stretches which drift 51 ......................................... 898.54 898.54 llall of snow. The corn rows if left 52 ........................................ 1.408.07 1.408.07 53. 1,402,54 1,402.54 nding will act as snow fences and 54. 864.91 364.91 rffectually keep the roads,open. The 55.56. 19,316.7517.93 19.316.7517.93 tmceess of the plan is befng 'demon- 57. 411.03 411.05 trated this winter in several local(- 58 .......................................... 1.182.46 1,182,46 59 ......................................... 3,684.86 3,670.47 lies in the state. 60 ......................................... 1,132.80 1,132.80 The highway /engineer said that 61 ......................................... 800.85 800.85 62 ......................................... 1,074.08 1.074.08 general adoption of the corn rows for 53 ......................................... 1.827.57 1.327.57 now fences will get results which can 64 ......................................... 1,449.65 1.449.65 e obtained at great expense under Totals .......................... $181,450.61 $181,345.92 winter snow clearing operations. The tatement followed numerous expert- ASSET8 AND LIABILITIES. ments with heavy machinery to plow mow drifts from the rods in differ- At. lint parts of the state. - Cash in Treasury ......... $ 56.223.90 Commissi(m" Babcock said that the Tax Levy for 1921 ..... : ........................ 388.642,80 prfneipal demand for snow removal Ucellected delinquent taxes (esti- . mated) .............................................. 43.287.56 omes ,from operators of commereial Unpaid ditch liens ............................ 124,404.87 -passenger bus and freight truck lines. State roads in county .......................... 542,330.22 County Roads ........................................ 120,000.00 The cost is so great, he added, that Road equipment and machinery .... 1.822.50 an extensive snow removal eampaig Federal Aid due ................................ 5.541.11 would Ieave no money for highway Court Hque. jail and lots ............ 53,900.00 Office furniture and fixtures ............ 1,490.00 work during tile regular, heavy-traffic Office equipment, stationeT etc ......... 7.500.00 Dne from State of Minn. for star,on. We will pay the following priee for iunk: Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton Copper and heavy Brass.4( to 8c per pound. Old Rags,  eent per pound. Old Rubbers and Tires. /3 tent to I cent per pound. Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting and Hose earrled in stack. Acetylene Welding, The Ortanville Foundry W. F. MULLIOA, Prop. Phone "Mothers' Pension" since Jan. 1. 1918 .................................................. 1,404.33 Fuel on hand .................................... 180.00 Total .............................................. $1,346,937.29 Liahilitic. Court house bonds ............................ $ 20,000.00 Ditch bonds ........................................ 142.100.00 Road Bonds ........................................ 250.000.00 Interest on bonds .............................. 3,285.52 Outstanding warrants .................... 76.684.75 Balance unpaid on contracts en- tered into by the Board ............ 21,6159.44 Time checks issued but not paid 28.20 Assets over liabilities ...................... 833.169._ Tots| .............................................. $1.345.987.29 TAXABLB VALUATION FOR  YEAR 1$1. Real Estate ........................................  8.884.8.00 Personal ptolrt ............................ 1.180.47.00 Moneys aml Credits ...................... 1.588,88.00 otal ............................................ tt.40.9.oo 1,273.83 Fdl. Barlage, Treas. Dist. No. 61 .... 800.85 1,029.78 Chas. Bergstrom, Treas. Dist. No. 62 1,074.01 agent for the Milwaukee road, is co.. 10,376,52 Alfred Luudell. Treas. Dist. No. 63 1,327.57 fined to his home with lagrippe. E1- 7,777.30 W. N. Fermoyle, Treas. Dist. No. 64 1,449.65 558.5o mer was taken from the train at 737.96 Total ................................................ $181.345.92 Graceville Tuesday morning after cel- l .......................... lapsing while at work and taken to the ,n g $ 30.45 $ 37.955.02 1.140.69 1.393.89 801.31 1.193.89 1.261.63 1.17466 1.186.11 1.273.83 1.029.78 18.153.82 568.50 737.96 1.485.05 1.852.71 1.077.35 1.343.98 884.85 1.928.82 948.57 549.13 14.388.')9 1,236.75 1.023.10 1,051,37 1,443,78 1,402.35 892.38 837.17 1.461.22 733.33 973.71 1.068.49 1.013.28 999.35 872.33 579.90 774.40 3.105.39 1.769.75 20.90 13.. 830.85 1,948.19 973.91 38.95 15,767.27 898.54 1.408.07 1,402.54 864.91 19.316.75 17.93 411.93 1.182,46 14,39 8,684.86 1.182.80 800.85 1.074.08 1.327.57 1 449.65 $104.69 $181,450.61 flUMMARY OF TAX LEVY FOR THE YEA/R 1531. THURSDAY, ,'-.-',  Cub Meets.  ?o-yell c' "hatung," also , ph':t:id Ix( ors were re(I at i:g bcok review by Miss ,, ; lhe Study Club a Michell on the new book, "If c edne::d y afternoon, Comes." . ,, ,_,ar is on "" ',r0 vo' "('1" 1,',' Mrs. Art Subscribe for the Treat Catarrh new Head colds, too, yield to the double action of Vicka VapoRub Apply Vicks up the nostrils. Head colds are Snuff it well back. Also melt lcompletely warded off if some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup treated at the onset. and inhale the vapors. At night Vicks combines in salve repeat and rub n neck. Vapors  the old, time-tested will be inhaled all night. Camphor, Menthol, Sufferers from chronic catarrh Thyme and Oil of will get welcome relief and better sleep thru this treatment, and persistency will be well re- warded. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors It is the most universal ment today for all cold t as well as cuts, bruises and ing skin troubles. Ovr 17 M/H/on Jars Uacd o Only 5 Pieces of Pie We have advertised that we would serve not over 10 pieces of pie to any one customer at a meal. Notice is hereby given, that from this date, the limit will be reduced to 5 pieces. For State Revenue ........................ $ 30.316.61 For State Sehool ............................ 12.097.38 For Teachers' Insurance and Retirement Fund .................... 492.00 For County Purposes .................... 65.402.17 For Gity and Village Purposes .... 42,104.85 For Township Purposes ................ 60.226.70 For School Distriet Purposes .... 160,952.75 For State Loan Purposes ............ 17.040.83 Total .......................................... $ 38.642.80 The above statement, prepared by the County Auditor. is hereby approved by this Board. respectfully submitted to the tax pay- ers of Big Stone County, Minnesota. and ordered published as provided by law, in the official paper, Dated at Or(one(lie, Minnesota. this 7th day of February, 1922. NELS LUNDBERG, K. G, KNUDSON0 OLE I. STEEN. JOHN F. GEENTY. OTTO MEYERS. County Commissioners of Big Stone County. Minn. (SILqL) Attest: A. Y. RANDALL, County At(all(or. hospital where he was placed under the care of Dr. C. I. Oliver, who stated tday that he was resting much easier altho he still has a high tem- perature. His father is also recover- ing. The Pie House ELECTRIC Price. Buy ,fee this latest 1921 model of the ,00oodd's greatest washing machine TS wonderful method of wuhin has kept Thor the world'| leader ever aincc dctric whing machines were first made,. Thia revolvini, reversin cylinder is still the gentlest and most thorougis washing method ever devised. It is the thing the name THOR stand, for. it washes everything |rom lingerie to heavy bhnkets, perfectlF and tardy. And now this all metal Thor model assures years longec services and mvcs up to an hour of the time required by other machines to do the average washing. It is the fastest wsshinr machine ever made.. See it without fail--see it tomorrow surc NF00T WASHDAY When you can buy a Thor on such term,, you cannot afford to do wkhout ones another single week. It saves its own cost ovcr snd ovcr again. Have a Thor for your very a(xt washday. Authorized Thor Dealer ALVAH I. NATTHEWS Ortonville, Minn.