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PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLF, INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 192t . +! I CLINTON NEWS O H. A. Hevitt and' sons, drove to Nassau last Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Erickson and Lillie went to Fargo on Wednesday. A. C. Sherman made a business trip to the cities the first of the week. R. D. Fall left on Wednesday night on a business trip to Ames, Iowa. Mrs. C. King of Ortonlle, trans- acted business in Clinton on Tues- day. Miss Inez Black is home from her school at Montevideo for a week's va- cation. The Swedish Ladies Aid meets this week Thursday at the home of August Eriekson. Emil Wiedlund left on Tuesday for Minneapolis where he expects to stay for some time. the Peter Weidlund house. Mrs. Frank Finberg, with Irta and Frances, left on Friday night fr a" week's visit in Minneapolis. John Steen who is a student at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., is home for a week's vacation. Miss Howe who has been visiting at -the home of her brother left.: for her filled and those present enjoyed the occasion to the utmost. Prizes were offered for the most appropriate cos- tume suitable to the occasion. Many of the guests were gowned in won- derful creations from hard time' cos- tumes of today to fashion plates of thirty years ago, and were w611 worth seeing. The prizes were awarded co Mr. and Mrs. John Knutson, whose old fashioned make-up furnished en- tertainment and amusement thruout the evening. [ Northwest Almond I Arthur Dimberg was an Ortonville visitor on Monday. Miss Marie Dimberg is spending her vacation at her home. 'Miss Mayme Erickson visited Clin- ton friends on Sunday. W J. Fletcher-is at Reliance, S D, Mr Hilmar Anderson is visiting this week, where he is working at the m M41r$apolts this week. insurance business.  i -,Gat|*i++!i '-Thmas nothwell have John Grimentz of FBt4, ilgwu, islbee,o+i! ik list this week in Clinton this week, ..... :+ r his :, i +;; ,i+' . . :   ] ]i+,|+:Smiders is spending her farm interests here 'i ii .... ' :m '  0 .... "I ]''j:jg'!+++t .l[: : the Hflmer Anderson L riamson anlttxpectlfar,,' o move the first of next w$ into "".'_^ v .... :..:,: .....  ,. qhome at Wabaso on-Friday. : Mr$. A. R. Sweezy returned home -on Monday, after spending a week at the home of her son Earl at Malta. Alton and Irene Lyman of Grace'- ville have been spending their Easter vacation with relatives in Clinton. Annie Nelson, who is attending school at St. Olaf College, Northileld, Minn., is home for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer and Vincent of Ortonville, were guests the ilrst of the week at the J. L. Erick- son home. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Shoquist leave this week for Minneapolis. Mr. Sho- quist has not yet decided on his fu-, ture plans. There were specia services each night of this week at the Norwegian Ltheran churches in observance of Passion week. Miss Christine Mickelson of Orton- ville was in Clinton last Thursday and also on Wednesday of this week, with a line of millinery. There will be services at sunrise in all of the churches in Clinton on Eas- ter morning, and Easter program at the usual church hours. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray Lang and baby of Barry visited over Sunday at the home of Courtney Krook. Mrs. Lang and Mrs. Krook are sisters. Mrs. Kenyon of Lamberton who has been with her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Howe during her recent illness, left for her home on Friday night. Mrs. Fern Hawkins is a patient at the Graceville hospital this week having undergone an operation, there last Saturday. She is recozering nicely and is expected home this week. Mrs. Joe Black entered the Grace- viile hospital on Monday and on Tues- day morning underwent a successful operation for infected bladder. Her friends e glad to hear she is doing well. The Clinton school is having the Easter vacation this week and most of the teachers are spending the week at their homes. Many of out" rural teachers are also having vacation this week. Mr Albert Gustafson entertained at a pleasant dinner party last Sun- day. Mamie Erickson, Esther Swen- on, Edward Gustafson and Reuben Johnson were the guests who enjoyed this hospitality Car Bailey and+: family of Milbank were guests at the T. K. Norton home over Sunday, Mrs. Bailey was taken to Graceville on Monday and on Tues- day morning was operated on at the ]hospital there for gallstones. Friedel Lillie Wiedlund and Alice went to Graceville Saturday to visit! with Margaret Hewitt, who, with her l perents, will move to Albee, S. D., in he near future. The girls walked to Graceviile and retutmed by train Earl Lyman, who has been spend- . i ing the winter with hs brother, Scott, at the coal mines, at Williston, N. D., returned home on Thurlay. He re- ports that the Scott Lyman family are well and getting along nicely ther Win. Mills has this week traded his , residence in Clinton for a restaurant in Ortonville, known as the Munson Restaurant and will take possession the first of May. /Mr. and Mrs. Mills ]mve lived in Clinton for many years and have made many friends who wish them success in their new venture. The Campfire girls, in charge of their guardians, served a ,most enjoy- able dinner and supper in the church basement, the proceeds of which will go into the Campfire treasury. The girls realized the snug sum of $50.00, and received much praise for the man- ner in which they conducted the af- fair. Paul Eriekson, wlo is a student at ]Luther Seminary, St. Paul., came home on Saturday to spend the Week's vacation. His brother, Elmer, who teaches at Bellingham, is spending the week in the cities and will return home Friday. Arthur Erickson, who teaches at Webster, S. D., will also be /unne for Easter. The old time, hard time dance given by the Rebekahs last Friday night as a very successful affair. The I Ieavy rain and poor roads prevented I man from attending but the hall was I work on the Bert Rothweil farm this spring. Mrs. Ella Rothwell visited at the Hilmer Anderson home several days last week. Mrs. Dimberg and Misses Marie Dimberg and Edith Rasmussen called at the McCartney home Tuesday eve- ning. AKRON NEWS T Ruby Thymian i's on the sick list this week. C. Setter was a pleasant Odessa caller Saturday. Harry Pullis called on Steve Pullis Monday forenoon. August Radmer called on Bill Guse one day this week. A. Henkelmann made a trip to Or- tonville Wednesday George Baker .made. a trip to Ap- pleton Monday of this week. Bill and Martha May called on H. Schmeichel and family Friday. Anton Klages and William Guse at- tended the Anderson sale Monday. Roy and Shirley Larson were Sun- day guest at the Lewis Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guse were callers at the Adolph Mass home one day this week. Henry and William Klages called on the Richard Schmeichel family Friday evening. IC R. Long and family were caflers at the Reuben Hein home Sunday af- ternoon. Lewis and Benjamin Wolfmeyer of Ortenville were out on their farm Tuesday. Fred Maynard and Mrs. Pete Knoll were Appleton shoppers Wednesday of this week. Anton Ktages and sons, Herbert and William called on Mrs. Charles Lands of Artichoke. Mrs. Percy Knoll is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Fred Maynard a few days this week. A. Mass and children and Daisy Dexter were Sunday visitors at the Ewalt Mass home. Christ Schmidt of Akron attended the League Convention at Ortonville this week. Alma Maynard went to Pete KnoWs Saturday to stay a few days with her sister, Frances Knoll. Mrs. Emma Reber of near Odessa is assisting Mrs. Richard Schmeichel with papering this week. Gust Henkelmann and G. Pansch were among those who attended the Gust Anderson sale Wednesday. The Sandridge Farmers' Club had their meeting at the Martin Winger home near Correll Friday evening. Richard Schmeichel and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and,Mrs. Charlie Lands of Artichoke. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Henkelmann! called on Gust Hein's to see her broth- er Reuben, who is seriously ill at pres- ent. Johnny and Kenneth Hein of Fari- bault were called home Saturday night on account of the serious illness of their brother, Reuben. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson came back from their new home to make their future home with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and + Mrs. Martin Pearson. CORRELL NEWS + . Pete Fruetel visited his daughter in Ortonville Friday. Albert Semrau was a business caller in Appleton Saturday. P. D. Vaughan was a business eller in Appleton Saturday. Mrs. A. A. DeWall was a passenger to Appleton Thursday. Hazel and Florence Blum were vis- itors in Appleton Saturday. + Chris Wilkening and little son vis- ited in Ortonville Thursday. Mrs. Otto Gtttknecht visited in Ap- pleton between trains Saturday. Frank Grandprey was a passenger to Ortonville Saturday afternoon. A. H. Granger and Eugene scpent the week with friends in Appleton. Vivian Vaughan spent the week-end with friends in Ortonville last week. Mrs. Oscar Lundgren +visited with her sister Mrs. Ed. Lundgren las week. Mrs. A. Semrau and children were passengers to Odessa Friday after- noon. Raymond Woods came home for the Easter vacation from Northfield Fri- day night. Mrs. Sahr of Bellingham is spend- ing a few days with her Otto Gutchnecht. Miss Desso returned Saturday morn- ing from Ortonville where she spent a week with friends Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heggie of Big Stone visited relatives in town for a few days this week. Mrs. Chas. Hudson and daughter Elizabeth returned Sunday night after a week's visit in + Brownton Mr. Agte has been transferred to another field and a new pastor, Rev. Elier, will take: up his work here. Roy Sprague of Minne3polis ed Monday after "a short stay with his relatives at the Clarence Baker home. Wm. Rohde returned to his home in Dalt0n, Wis., after visiting for the past few weeks with his sister, Mrs. P. D. Vaughan. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie and fam- ily ,motored to Dawson Sunday where they spent the day visiting friends and relatives. --Pay Day at the Grand, Easter Monday. i FOSTER Nick Lenhoff was in Ortonville se , eral days, last week. Rob Jennings was hauling oats from the Athey\\;farm last week. Jolm Huntsinger delivered a load of spuds in Barry last Saturday. James Holmes called at the Mike Eastman home Sunday morning. Joe Voss was hauling seed wheat from the A. F. Eastman farm Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Abet Eastman called at the Ed. Colwell home Tuesday af- ternoon. Viator Eastman and Ray Stegner called at the John Huntsinger home last Sunday. James Holmes called at the Benj. Stegner farm Tuesday afternoon and made a horse trade. Mr. Lee Hunt and family left last{ week for Windam, Minnesota, where they will make their future home. A number of the relatives of Mr. ! and Mrs. Elof Hamner called at their home last Sunday to celebrate birthday of Mrs. Hamner. Henry Lux was called to Graceville last Sunday on account of the serious illness of his daughter, Ursula, who is in the hospital at that place. The Sunnyside Farmers Club will hold their regular meeting on Friday evening, April 14 and expect to put on a debate in addition to the regular program. The question has not + been announced. R. W. Lowe, +of Ortonville, will work the Lee Hunt farm this season. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and children have taken up their residence on the farm, excepting Mildred, who will stay in Ortonville until the close of the school term. The Stephney Ladies Aid met last week with Mrs. Fred Carlson with a very good attendance considering the condition of the roads. The ladies spent most of the afternoon tying a quilt for the coming bazaar. The next meeting will be with Mrs. C. Hanson on Apri! 20. The home talent play "Deacon Dubbs," was given last Friday even- ing .at the Prior town hall to a ca- pacity house. The actors made a de- cided hit with the audience as was shown by the hearty applause thru- out the play. The proceeds go to School Dist. No. 31. --D)llars, Halves, Quarters; Dimes, Nickles and Pennies given away at the Grand, Easter Monday, April 17. i + ii Watkins + Products FOR SALE C-harle s H-O] m an Exclusive Agent Ortonville, Minn. PEERLESS THE PARK GARAGE OSTLtND & KARN, Props. OrtonviHe , Minnesota. If J II The whole story of Peerless goodness is told in the fre- quent statement of the Peerless owner that his car is entirely satisfactory. ,i I ,| i I I i i I I I I [[_ i | ii II II Come To Us With your automobile overhauling troubles and that leaky radiator. We guarantee our work and that is all any- one can do to assure you, as a customer, that our work will be RIGHT. Located in basement of Alvah Matthews' Building. O. B. Jacobson "Gold-En" Bread at the Korner Kale ' n 0 Saturday, April 15th, we will place a Five Dollar ($5.00) Gold Coin in a large loaf of bread and a Two and One-half ($2.50) Dol- lar Gold Coin in a small loaf of bread. Every customer has the same opportunity of secur- ing these prizes. Bread containing the gold coins on sale at the Korner Kafe, also at Kollitz's, Saeger's, Orton's and the Pioneer Store. "Our bread and pastry is fast gaining in popularity in this section--so if you are not one of our customers give us--as well well as yourself the opportunity to prove the wholesomeness of our bakery goods. + -Very Special For a Few Days Only Sweet Cream Flour $2 39 per sack Here is your opportunity to buy a supply, of this Quality Flour at a price you know is cheap---Nearly 50c a sack below present market, with every prospect of higher flour prices before there is any noticeable decline. Every ounce of SWEET CREAM is guaranteed to give you per. ect satisfaction--If it don't, bring back what you haven't used and we will refund your money for the whole sack. BUT--You'll have to come quick for the quantity is limited and will surely go fast at this cash price. 00For the Easter Trade- Extra large Grape Fruit, each ................ 15c Choice Large Grape Fruit, 2 for .......... 25c Extra Fancy 216 Size Oranges, doz ....... 65e Fresh Strawberries, box ........................ 25c Golden Glow Sweet Potatoes, pound .... 10c New Carrots, bunch .................................. 10c Fresh Beets, bunch .................................... 10e New Garden Cauliflour, each ......... . ....... 25e Fresh Rhubarb, pound ............................ 20c New Tomatoes, pound .............................. 30e Head Lettuce, each ............................ 20c 25c Green Onions, 2 bunches for .................. 25c New Radishes, bunch ................................ 10c i i I ,i KOLLI+TZ Merc. Ca, I PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLF, INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 192t . +! I CLINTON NEWS O H. A. Hevitt and' sons, drove to Nassau last Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Erickson and Lillie went to Fargo on Wednesday. A. C. Sherman made a business trip to the cities the first of the week. R. D. Fall left on Wednesday night on a business trip to Ames, Iowa. Mrs. C. King of Ortonlle, trans- acted business in Clinton on Tues- day. Miss Inez Black is home from her school at Montevideo for a week's va- cation. The Swedish Ladies Aid meets this week Thursday at the home of August Eriekson. Emil Wiedlund left on Tuesday for Minneapolis where he expects to stay for some time. the Peter Weidlund house. Mrs. Frank Finberg, with Irta and Frances, left on Friday night fr a" week's visit in Minneapolis. John Steen who is a student at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., is home for a week's vacation. Miss Howe who has been visiting at -the home of her brother left.: for her filled and those present enjoyed the occasion to the utmost. Prizes were offered for the most appropriate cos- tume suitable to the occasion. Many of the guests were gowned in won- derful creations from hard time' cos- tumes of today to fashion plates of thirty years ago, and were w611 worth seeing. The prizes were awarded co Mr. and Mrs. John Knutson, whose old fashioned make-up furnished en- tertainment and amusement thruout the evening. [ Northwest Almond I Arthur Dimberg was an Ortonville visitor on Monday. Miss Marie Dimberg is spending her vacation at her home. 'Miss Mayme Erickson visited Clin- ton friends on Sunday. W J. Fletcher-is at Reliance, S D, Mr Hilmar Anderson is visiting this week, where he is working at the m M41r$apolts this week. insurance business.  i -,Gat|*i++!i '-Thmas nothwell have John Grimentz of FBt4, ilgwu, islbee,o+i! ik list this week in Clinton this week, ..... :+ r his :, i +;; ,i+' . . :   ] ]i+,|+:Smiders is spending her farm interests here 'i ii .... ' :m '  0 .... "I ]''j:jg'!+++t .l[: : the Hflmer Anderson L riamson anlttxpectlfar,,' o move the first of next w$ into "".'_^ v .... :..:,: .....  ,. qhome at Wabaso on-Friday. : Mr$. A. R. Sweezy returned home -on Monday, after spending a week at the home of her son Earl at Malta. Alton and Irene Lyman of Grace'- ville have been spending their Easter vacation with relatives in Clinton. Annie Nelson, who is attending school at St. Olaf College, Northileld, Minn., is home for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer and Vincent of Ortonville, were guests the ilrst of the week at the J. L. Erick- son home. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Shoquist leave this week for Minneapolis. Mr. Sho- quist has not yet decided on his fu-, ture plans. There were specia services each night of this week at the Norwegian Ltheran churches in observance of Passion week. Miss Christine Mickelson of Orton- ville was in Clinton last Thursday and also on Wednesday of this week, with a line of millinery. There will be services at sunrise in all of the churches in Clinton on Eas- ter morning, and Easter program at the usual church hours. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray Lang and baby of Barry visited over Sunday at the home of Courtney Krook. Mrs. Lang and Mrs. Krook are sisters. Mrs. Kenyon of Lamberton who has been with her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Howe during her recent illness, left for her home on Friday night. Mrs. Fern Hawkins is a patient at the Graceville hospital this week having undergone an operation, there last Saturday. She is recozering nicely and is expected home this week. Mrs. Joe Black entered the Grace- viile hospital on Monday and on Tues- day morning underwent a successful operation for infected bladder. Her friends e glad to hear she is doing well. The Clinton school is having the Easter vacation this week and most of the teachers are spending the week at their homes. Many of out" rural teachers are also having vacation this week. Mr Albert Gustafson entertained at a pleasant dinner party last Sun- day. Mamie Erickson, Esther Swen- on, Edward Gustafson and Reuben Johnson were the guests who enjoyed this hospitality Car Bailey and+: family of Milbank were guests at the T. K. Norton home over Sunday, Mrs. Bailey was taken to Graceville on Monday and on Tues- day morning was operated on at the ]hospital there for gallstones. Friedel Lillie Wiedlund and Alice went to Graceville Saturday to visit! with Margaret Hewitt, who, with her l perents, will move to Albee, S. D., in he near future. The girls walked to Graceviile and retutmed by train Earl Lyman, who has been spend- . i ing the winter with hs brother, Scott, at the coal mines, at Williston, N. D., returned home on Thurlay. He re- ports that the Scott Lyman family are well and getting along nicely ther Win. Mills has this week traded his , residence in Clinton for a restaurant in Ortonville, known as the Munson Restaurant and will take possession the first of May. /Mr. and Mrs. Mills ]mve lived in Clinton for many years and have made many friends who wish them success in their new venture. The Campfire girls, in charge of their guardians, served a ,most enjoy- able dinner and supper in the church basement, the proceeds of which will go into the Campfire treasury. The girls realized the snug sum of $50.00, and received much praise for the man- ner in which they conducted the af- fair. Paul Eriekson, wlo is a student at ]Luther Seminary, St. Paul., came home on Saturday to spend the Week's vacation. His brother, Elmer, who teaches at Bellingham, is spending the week in the cities and will return home Friday. Arthur Erickson, who teaches at Webster, S. D., will also be /unne for Easter. The old time, hard time dance given by the Rebekahs last Friday night as a very successful affair. The I Ieavy rain and poor roads prevented I man from attending but the hall was I work on the Bert Rothweil farm this spring. Mrs. Ella Rothwell visited at the Hilmer Anderson home several days last week. Mrs. Dimberg and Misses Marie Dimberg and Edith Rasmussen called at the McCartney home Tuesday eve- ning. AKRON NEWS T Ruby Thymian i's on the sick list this week. C. Setter was a pleasant Odessa caller Saturday. Harry Pullis called on Steve Pullis Monday forenoon. August Radmer called on Bill Guse one day this week. A. Henkelmann made a trip to Or- tonville Wednesday George Baker .made. a trip to Ap- pleton Monday of this week. Bill and Martha May called on H. Schmeichel and family Friday. Anton Klages and William Guse at- tended the Anderson sale Monday. Roy and Shirley Larson were Sun- day guest at the Lewis Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guse were callers at the Adolph Mass home one day this week. Henry and William Klages called on the Richard Schmeichel family Friday evening. IC R. Long and family were caflers at the Reuben Hein home Sunday af- ternoon. Lewis and Benjamin Wolfmeyer of Ortenville were out on their farm Tuesday. Fred Maynard and Mrs. Pete Knoll were Appleton shoppers Wednesday of this week. Anton Ktages and sons, Herbert and William called on Mrs. Charles Lands of Artichoke. Mrs. Percy Knoll is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Fred Maynard a few days this week. A. Mass and children and Daisy Dexter were Sunday visitors at the Ewalt Mass home. Christ Schmidt of Akron attended the League Convention at Ortonville this week. Alma Maynard went to Pete KnoWs Saturday to stay a few days with her sister, Frances Knoll. Mrs. Emma Reber of near Odessa is assisting Mrs. Richard Schmeichel with papering this week. Gust Henkelmann and G. Pansch were among those who attended the Gust Anderson sale Wednesday. The Sandridge Farmers' Club had their meeting at the Martin Winger home near Correll Friday evening. Richard Schmeichel and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and,Mrs. Charlie Lands of Artichoke. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Henkelmann! called on Gust Hein's to see her broth- er Reuben, who is seriously ill at pres- ent. Johnny and Kenneth Hein of Fari- bault were called home Saturday night on account of the serious illness of their brother, Reuben. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson came back from their new home to make their future home with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and + Mrs. Martin Pearson. CORRELL NEWS + . Pete Fruetel visited his daughter in Ortonville Friday. Albert Semrau was a business caller in Appleton Saturday. P. D. Vaughan was a business eller in Appleton Saturday. Mrs. A. A. DeWall was a passenger to Appleton Thursday. Hazel and Florence Blum were vis- itors in Appleton Saturday. + Chris Wilkening and little son vis- ited in Ortonville Thursday. Mrs. Otto Gtttknecht visited in Ap- pleton between trains Saturday. Frank Grandprey was a passenger to Ortonville Saturday afternoon. A. H. Granger and Eugene scpent the week with friends in Appleton. Vivian Vaughan spent the week-end with friends in Ortonville last week. Mrs. Oscar Lundgren +visited with her sister Mrs. Ed. Lundgren las week. Mrs. A. Semrau and children were passengers to Odessa Friday after- noon. Raymond Woods came home for the Easter vacation from Northfield Fri- day night. Mrs. Sahr of Bellingham is spend- ing a few days with her Otto Gutchnecht. Miss Desso returned Saturday morn- ing from Ortonville where she spent a week with friends Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heggie of Big Stone visited relatives in town for a few days this week. Mrs. Chas. Hudson and daughter Elizabeth returned Sunday night after a week's visit in + Brownton Mr. Agte has been transferred to another field and a new pastor, Rev. Elier, will take: up his work here. Roy Sprague of Minne3polis ed Monday after "a short stay with his relatives at the Clarence Baker home. Wm. Rohde returned to his home in Dalt0n, Wis., after visiting for the past few weeks with his sister, Mrs. P. D. Vaughan. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie and fam- ily ,motored to Dawson Sunday where they spent the day visiting friends and relatives. --Pay Day at the Grand, Easter Monday. i FOSTER Nick Lenhoff was in Ortonville se , eral days, last week. Rob Jennings was hauling oats from the Athey\\;farm last week. Jolm Huntsinger delivered a load of spuds in Barry last Saturday. James Holmes called at the Mike Eastman home Sunday morning. Joe Voss was hauling seed wheat from the A. F. Eastman farm Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Abet Eastman called at the Ed. Colwell home Tuesday af- ternoon. Viator Eastman and Ray Stegner called at the John Huntsinger home last Sunday. James Holmes called at the Benj. Stegner farm Tuesday afternoon and made a horse trade. Mr. Lee Hunt and family left last{ week for Windam, Minnesota, where they will make their future home. A number of the relatives of Mr. ! and Mrs. Elof Hamner called at their home last Sunday to celebrate birthday of Mrs. Hamner. Henry Lux was called to Graceville last Sunday on account of the serious illness of his daughter, Ursula, who is in the hospital at that place. The Sunnyside Farmers Club will hold their regular meeting on Friday evening, April 14 and expect to put on a debate in addition to the regular program. The question has not + been announced. R. W. Lowe, +of Ortonville, will work the Lee Hunt farm this season. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and children have taken up their residence on the farm, excepting Mildred, who will stay in Ortonville until the close of the school term. The Stephney Ladies Aid met last week with Mrs. Fred Carlson with a very good attendance considering the condition of the roads. The ladies spent most of the afternoon tying a quilt for the coming bazaar. The next meeting will be with Mrs. C. Hanson on Apri! 20. The home talent play "Deacon Dubbs," was given last Friday even- ing .at the Prior town hall to a ca- pacity house. The actors made a de- cided hit with the audience as was shown by the hearty applause thru- out the play. The proceeds go to School Dist. No. 31. --D)llars, Halves, Quarters; Dimes, Nickles and Pennies given away at the Grand, Easter Monday, April 17. i + ii Watkins + Products FOR SALE C-harle s H-O] m an Exclusive Agent Ortonville, Minn. PEERLESS THE PARK GARAGE OSTLtND & KARN, Props. OrtonviHe , Minnesota. If J II The whole story of Peerless goodness is told in the fre- quent statement of the Peerless owner that his car is entirely satisfactory. ,i I ,| i I I i i I I I I [[_ i | ii II II Come To Us With your automobile overhauling troubles and that leaky radiator. We guarantee our work and that is all any- one can do to assure you, as a customer, that our work will be RIGHT. Located in basement of Alvah Matthews' Building. O. B. Jacobson "Gold-En" Bread at the Korner Kale ' n 0 Saturday, April 15th, we will place a Five Dollar ($5.00) Gold Coin in a large loaf of bread and a Two and One-half ($2.50) Dol- lar Gold Coin in a small loaf of bread. Every customer has the same opportunity of secur- ing these prizes. Bread containing the gold coins on sale at the Korner Kafe, also at Kollitz's, Saeger's, Orton's and the Pioneer Store. "Our bread and pastry is fast gaining in popularity in this section--so if you are not one of our customers give us--as well well as yourself the opportunity to prove the wholesomeness of our bakery goods. + -Very Special For a Few Days Only Sweet Cream Flour $2 39 per sack Here is your opportunity to buy a supply, of this Quality Flour at a price you know is cheap---Nearly 50c a sack below present market, with every prospect of higher flour prices before there is any noticeable decline. Every ounce of SWEET CREAM is guaranteed to give you per. ect satisfaction--If it don't, bring back what you haven't used and we will refund your money for the whole sack. BUT--You'll have to come quick for the quantity is limited and will surely go fast at this cash price. 00For the Easter Trade- Extra large Grape Fruit, each ................ 15c Choice Large Grape Fruit, 2 for .......... 25c Extra Fancy 216 Size Oranges, doz ....... 65e Fresh Strawberries, box ........................ 25c Golden Glow Sweet Potatoes, pound .... 10c New Carrots, bunch .................................. 10c Fresh Beets, bunch .................................... 10e New Garden Cauliflour, each ......... . ....... 25e Fresh Rhubarb, pound ............................ 20c New Tomatoes, pound .............................. 30e Head Lettuce, each ............................ 20c 25c Green Onions, 2 bunches for .................. 25c New Radishes, bunch ................................ 10c i i I ,i KOLLI+TZ Merc. Ca, I PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLR INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL 13, NHws i i 00O00TER H. A Hett  sons, drove to Nu laat Snday. Mr J. L. Eriekson and lAllie went to Fargo on Wednesday. A. C. Shaman made a business trl v to the cites the flt of the wk. R. D. Fall left on Wednesday rdgh on a buslne trip to Ame, Iowa. Mrs. C, FAng of Orn.e, tr aired buins in Clinton on Tans. daY'ms Inez lllk is home fm hal thl at Montevideo for a week's va. cotton. The Swedish Ladies Aid meets tlfi k Tnuny at h h of Attgum gteltn. grail Wmdld left n. Taday fol nnpolla where he  v ata for me ttme. W. J. Fetgr. 1 at Reaaom, S. D. week. where he is olqdng t th Lmrtmvt haling. ta C thte whek, hi, farm latetvts h.  __ L the  Wclld boast. M  Flabergp mk's afit In leacolJ Jolm 8twn wl Is btm for   vatatl 7 remrra  I&mv, after smLg a week a the hem* of her n Earl it Maitre Alto lad ha bevy iptmng thor Ftatm tton wgh relaUves in liatom Armle Neigh. Mia la home f a week's vton /v, and M John Pal d Vlmat f Otnvila, we gnsets the wtt ef the  at the J, lmm Me. tu M el Shoqms lve thin  lot Mhrapols. qulst hal not  eided ou tm lana.  Slel rvlees eae ahtht of this Week at the North lhetan churches in nheee of l'assio= week. s Chstlne Mlekelaon of Ot#v- vine uta Clon last Thursday d alse  Wedmmsr of te week, with  liv af adlaa. Thrv wlR be rce st s  1  gh  In Clinton on Eas. tar mo, an Eter program al tim uaual hureh hour. Ml'ad Mm Ray Long al Ira. Kraok  siste  her daughter, M. Itbnve dmag her rveent tr her  on Frtday nigh h Ftm Hawkt is a ltt al the ratrle hospital thi she s h Sm Black at*tad hospital on Mmulay and  Ttt.  tehOol Ii having ti Esuat vataan at Ihee hmes. &ltr t Guetafson ya ptmmt dl party Last Sun my. lhtm.d Cmafn and /l//Jty. the t who enJol, m at T. L N home   ou ndsy and on TueS- 't   Satulay with  Htt, who, wlt her  14u. who as been spend- m well d m along ely WI 111111  tills wpek ded his In O1111 hown  the   In Olin f y yeara mid  made y tthnds who wish  m   nw vent  Inll'e girls, In charge of  ',  a st enjoy-  u  to eImd the k'e   W. S. D.. wll 1 e 'l " , ml tle dance Wen m Wag  ff. The filled ad tho psent enjoyed the occasion to the atmogt, prl were offered for the mos appropriate eos- tumo suitable to the oasio. Many of the gsts we gowned Jn won- derful eaons from hard im c- tes of oay to hon plates of thirty yearn ago, and were w611 worth sing. The prizes we awar, bd w Mr and M. oh Enatson, who old aioned make-up urrshed en- nmen d ament that me evenmg. Northwest Almond i Arthur DImberg w an Ortonvilte itor on Monday. Miss Marie Dimbg is spendLg her vtion at her hema Miss ayme Erlekson visited CHn- ton feds on Sda. :M llr Anden fa visiting in is ts mk. ,Ga herons Rothwell have rge Yoang I Mtt4ng with the work ou the Bert Rothwl fa this Hihuer Anderson home eeverei days t wMk. r lm*rg )d Mis Marie Dtmberg and Edith Rattsell lled nlng I AKRON NEWS Roy Thynan  on (I tter wu a plt caller Samay. Harry Mo,day fonoon agust Er called  BiU or day ts vel A. HenkImann de a trip to O Wednday. Grge Baker mde. a tp pleton Mon.ay nf this wk Bill and Martha My tted on H. Sehmeiehel and amily Prday. Anion Kges d W11m G, at- tended the Andeon se Merrily. Roy and Shirley at the Adolph ass ome one dy rids w Henry and William Klage lled on the Rhard SchmeJehel family Friday IC IL Long d rarely we llers t the Reuben HeWn home Sday af- Lewis and Beain Wotfmyer o Ortorvflle vr out  thelr we Appleton shoppers of ts week. Anion Elges M P Kaoll i viflng wlth her mbher. M. Fred May,ard a . is and dMre, nd Dai Dexter were Sunday itots t th Alma Maynard went to Pete KnoWs Saturday to stay a few days with her ster, Faocee Knoll. Mrs. Emma Reber of near Ocsea is sisting Mrs. mehar Schlchel with papering this wL Gat Hekelmn and G Psch were among those who attended he Gust Anderson sale Wlneley, The andrldge Fae' Club had their meeting at the Marn Winger home naar Correli Friday evemng. Richard Sehmsichel ad family we Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. andMrs. Chsrlie Lnd of Arirhoke. Mr. and M. A. A. Henkelmann called on Gust Hein's to  her brok- er Reuben. who is seriously ill at p Nick Lenheff wm in OrtonvJlle se, eral day,,last week. Rob Jennlngs was hauling oat f the Athefa last wk. John Huntsinr delivered a load of spuds in Barry lt Saturday. Jams Holm oalled at the Mik Etman home Sun, y mornin Joe ross wa haull.g se wheat fm the A. F. Eastman f W- neday. Mr. and M, AheZ Eastman called st the Ed. Co,well home lesday . cem.. viator Eastman and Ray Stegn#r eat. Johnny d Kenneth Hein of Fari called at the John Huatslnger name bault re called home Saturday night last Sunday, on t of the selo illnesa of Jare Hol lled at the Bead, their bther, Reuben. Stegner faro Tuday aflenon an Mr. and M Johy John came made a ho trad bk fm their n home to mak Mr, Lee Ht and family let It their futa home with Mrs, John'e week for Wind.m, dnt where parents, r. and, M. Martin PeaCh. they 11 ke thor futarv home. l COIRELL NEWS I" hem last $rdy t l&rate the A nher of the 1a2 of Mr. @ and Mr E of Haer ea ed at their * I irthday of Mr Hnner, Pete F[ visited his dghlerl Hr last Sunday on flne of his daughter, Umfl who is la Appto saturday, in the hspltel at that pl L Appletea Satmday. M A. A. DeWJI w I hold their regul tlng on Fda to Appleto They. eninK* April wer Mrm Otto Gut]mwA visited h AI the Lee Hunt fa this m Mr. platen betwn trains Saturday. and Mre. Lawn and ehfidm have Fak Graudpr wan a psenger taken up their rvdee an the faro, to Ortn'dlle Sarday at, effiplng Mndred, who AIt stay in Orn,dlle unttl the close of  school A. H. Grger and Eugene Repent . h4ends in Applet The Sephne Vvl Vaughan s M 0sr Ldgren visited ".th M. Ed, Landgrea last M, L Semrau and pngers o Odessa Frfday noon. day nt. M. Sr of Belllngham is spend- ing fm 0rtoaVlle a week with tsad Mr. and M, Chaa4 Hegg.le ef Big f days Ik[a week. M Chas Kudn and Mr. Ag ed Mday st the Claren Baker om. W Robe in,Dslt0a, Wt., after vltlng for the ity tred to Da Sundty whe they spe the day visiting --Pay Day at the Grand. Monday. attendae eo,derlng the of the read e heme talent IIay s gin last Friday even. the Prier to hall to a ca- pity ho The trs made a d the hrty appls.e t- t tl,e play. The preees go  1,1 Dit. NO. 81 -- \\; --Ilars. Halve. Quarte, Ims. Watkins Products FoR SALE Charles Holmau Exclusive Agent Ortonvlll Minn. PEERLESS The whole story of Peerless goodness is told in tht fre. quent statement Of the Peerless owner that his car is entirely Satisfactory. @ THE PARK GARAGE OS'I LID & KARN. Pro Or t vllle, Mlnet 8 Come To Us With your automobile overhauling troubles and that leaky radiator. We guarantee our work and that is all any- one can do to assure you, as a customer. that our work will be RIGHT. Located in basement of Alvah Matthews' Building. O. B. Jacobson "Gold-En" Bread at the Korner Kale Five Dollar of bread and a Two and (ban-half lar Gold Coin in a small loaf of bread. Every customer has the same opportunity of secur- ing these prizes. Bread tainhtg the gold in8  sale at the Komer Kafe al at Kollitfs. er' Orten's and the pioneer Store. "Our bread and pastry is fast guinmg in popularity in this section -so f you are not one of our customers give us---as well well as yourself the opportunity, to prove the wholesomeness o four bakery goods. 00Very00S ecial- 3 For a Few Days Only Sweet Cream Flour $2 39 per sack He is ye oppertunit to buy i pply of QuaUty Flour at a price you know is cheap-=-. Nely 0 a uek b*low t market, with every prope of bight, r onr prices bef thee is y heritable deele. Every eunoe of SWEET CREAM is grteed to glye yoz per. eet thtfltlolf it deut. bring back what y haven't used and we will refund year me fer the whole rick BUT--You'll We to me qc f te uanttty m llmlte and wm auly go flat st tki euh Ih%Ce* -For the Easter Trade- Extra large Grape. Fruit. each ............... 15 Choice Large Grape Fruit 2 for .......... 25c Extra Fancy 216 Size Oranges, doz...-.. 65 Fresh Strawberries, box ....................... 25c Golden Glow Sweet Potatoes, pmmd.... 10c New Carrots, bunch ................................. 10 Fresh Beets, bunch ............. : ...................... 10e New Garden Caniiflour, each ................ 25 Fresh Rhubarb. pound .......................... 20 New Tomatoes, pound ............................ 36e Head Lettuce, each ............................ 20e 25e Green Onions, 2 bunches for ................. 25 New Radishes, bunch .............................. 10c KOLLITZ Merc. Co. PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLF, INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 192t . +! I CLINTON NEWS O H. A. Hevitt and' sons, drove to Nassau last Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Erickson and Lillie went to Fargo on Wednesday. A. C. Sherman made a business trip to the cities the first of the week. R. D. Fall left on Wednesday night on a business trip to Ames, Iowa. Mrs. C. King of Ortonlle, trans- acted business in Clinton on Tues- day. Miss Inez Black is home from her school at Montevideo for a week's va- cation. The Swedish Ladies Aid meets this week Thursday at the home of August Eriekson. Emil Wiedlund left on Tuesday for Minneapolis where he expects to stay for some time. the Peter Weidlund house. Mrs. Frank Finberg, with Irta and Frances, left on Friday night fr a" week's visit in Minneapolis. John Steen who is a student at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., is home for a week's vacation. Miss Howe who has been visiting at -the home of her brother left.: for her filled and those present enjoyed the occasion to the utmost. Prizes were offered for the most appropriate cos- tume suitable to the occasion. Many of the guests were gowned in won- derful creations from hard time' cos- tumes of today to fashion plates of thirty years ago, and were w611 worth seeing. The prizes were awarded co Mr. and Mrs. John Knutson, whose old fashioned make-up furnished en- tertainment and amusement thruout the evening. [ Northwest Almond I Arthur Dimberg was an Ortonville visitor on Monday. Miss Marie Dimberg is spending her vacation at her home. 'Miss Mayme Erickson visited Clin- ton friends on Sunday. W J. Fletcher-is at Reliance, S D, Mr Hilmar Anderson is visiting this week, where he is working at the m M41r$apolts this week. insurance business.  i -,Gat|*i++!i '-Thmas nothwell have John Grimentz of FBt4, ilgwu, islbee,o+i! ik list this week in Clinton this week, ..... :+ r his :, i +;; ,i+' . . :   ] ]i+,|+:Smiders is spending her farm interests here 'i ii .... ' :m '  0 .... "I ]''j:jg'!+++t .l[: : the Hflmer Anderson L riamson anlttxpectlfar,,' o move the first of next w$ into "".'_^ v .... :..:,: .....  ,. qhome at Wabaso on-Friday. : Mr$. A. R. Sweezy returned home -on Monday, after spending a week at the home of her son Earl at Malta. Alton and Irene Lyman of Grace'- ville have been spending their Easter vacation with relatives in Clinton. Annie Nelson, who is attending school at St. Olaf College, Northileld, Minn., is home for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer and Vincent of Ortonville, were guests the ilrst of the week at the J. L. Erick- son home. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Shoquist leave this week for Minneapolis. Mr. Sho- quist has not yet decided on his fu-, ture plans. There were specia services each night of this week at the Norwegian Ltheran churches in observance of Passion week. Miss Christine Mickelson of Orton- ville was in Clinton last Thursday and also on Wednesday of this week, with a line of millinery. There will be services at sunrise in all of the churches in Clinton on Eas- ter morning, and Easter program at the usual church hours. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ray Lang and baby of Barry visited over Sunday at the home of Courtney Krook. Mrs. Lang and Mrs. Krook are sisters. Mrs. Kenyon of Lamberton who has been with her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Howe during her recent illness, left for her home on Friday night. Mrs. Fern Hawkins is a patient at the Graceville hospital this week having undergone an operation, there last Saturday. She is recozering nicely and is expected home this week. Mrs. Joe Black entered the Grace- viile hospital on Monday and on Tues- day morning underwent a successful operation for infected bladder. Her friends e glad to hear she is doing well. The Clinton school is having the Easter vacation this week and most of the teachers are spending the week at their homes. Many of out" rural teachers are also having vacation this week. Mr Albert Gustafson entertained at a pleasant dinner party last Sun- day. Mamie Erickson, Esther Swen- on, Edward Gustafson and Reuben Johnson were the guests who enjoyed this hospitality Car Bailey and+: family of Milbank were guests at the T. K. Norton home over Sunday, Mrs. Bailey was taken to Graceville on Monday and on Tues- day morning was operated on at the ]hospital there for gallstones. Friedel Lillie Wiedlund and Alice went to Graceville Saturday to visit! with Margaret Hewitt, who, with her l perents, will move to Albee, S. D., in he near future. The girls walked to Graceviile and retutmed by train Earl Lyman, who has been spend- . i ing the winter with hs brother, Scott, at the coal mines, at Williston, N. D., returned home on Thurlay. He re- ports that the Scott Lyman family are well and getting along nicely ther Win. Mills has this week traded his , residence in Clinton for a restaurant in Ortonville, known as the Munson Restaurant and will take possession the first of May. /Mr. and Mrs. Mills ]mve lived in Clinton for many years and have made many friends who wish them success in their new venture. The Campfire girls, in charge of their guardians, served a ,most enjoy- able dinner and supper in the church basement, the proceeds of which will go into the Campfire treasury. The girls realized the snug sum of $50.00, and received much praise for the man- ner in which they conducted the af- fair. Paul Eriekson, wlo is a student at ]Luther Seminary, St. Paul., came home on Saturday to spend the Week's vacation. His brother, Elmer, who teaches at Bellingham, is spending the week in the cities and will return home Friday. Arthur Erickson, who teaches at Webster, S. D., will also be /unne for Easter. The old time, hard time dance given by the Rebekahs last Friday night as a very successful affair. The I Ieavy rain and poor roads prevented I man from attending but the hall was I work on the Bert Rothweil farm this spring. Mrs. Ella Rothwell visited at the Hilmer Anderson home several days last week. Mrs. Dimberg and Misses Marie Dimberg and Edith Rasmussen called at the McCartney home Tuesday eve- ning. AKRON NEWS T Ruby Thymian i's on the sick list this week. C. Setter was a pleasant Odessa caller Saturday. Harry Pullis called on Steve Pullis Monday forenoon. August Radmer called on Bill Guse one day this week. A. Henkelmann made a trip to Or- tonville Wednesday George Baker .made. a trip to Ap- pleton Monday of this week. Bill and Martha May called on H. Schmeichel and family Friday. Anton Klages and William Guse at- tended the Anderson sale Monday. Roy and Shirley Larson were Sun- day guest at the Lewis Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guse were callers at the Adolph Mass home one day this week. Henry and William Klages called on the Richard Schmeichel family Friday evening. IC R. Long and family were caflers at the Reuben Hein home Sunday af- ternoon. Lewis and Benjamin Wolfmeyer of Ortenville were out on their farm Tuesday. Fred Maynard and Mrs. Pete Knoll were Appleton shoppers Wednesday of this week. Anton Ktages and sons, Herbert and William called on Mrs. Charles Lands of Artichoke. Mrs. Percy Knoll is visiting with her mother, Mrs. Fred Maynard a few days this week. A. Mass and children and Daisy Dexter were Sunday visitors at the Ewalt Mass home. Christ Schmidt of Akron attended the League Convention at Ortonville this week. Alma Maynard went to Pete KnoWs Saturday to stay a few days with her sister, Frances Knoll. Mrs. Emma Reber of near Odessa is assisting Mrs. Richard Schmeichel with papering this week. Gust Henkelmann and G. Pansch were among those who attended the Gust Anderson sale Wednesday. The Sandridge Farmers' Club had their meeting at the Martin Winger home near Correll Friday evening. Richard Schmeichel and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and,Mrs. Charlie Lands of Artichoke. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Henkelmann! called on Gust Hein's to see her broth- er Reuben, who is seriously ill at pres- ent. Johnny and Kenneth Hein of Fari- bault were called home Saturday night on account of the serious illness of their brother, Reuben. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Johnson came back from their new home to make their future home with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and + Mrs. Martin Pearson. CORRELL NEWS + . Pete Fruetel visited his daughter in Ortonville Friday. Albert Semrau was a business caller in Appleton Saturday. P. D. Vaughan was a business eller in Appleton Saturday. Mrs. A. A. DeWall was a passenger to Appleton Thursday. Hazel and Florence Blum were vis- itors in Appleton Saturday. + Chris Wilkening and little son vis- ited in Ortonville Thursday. Mrs. Otto Gtttknecht visited in Ap- pleton between trains Saturday. Frank Grandprey was a passenger to Ortonville Saturday afternoon. A. H. Granger and Eugene scpent the week with friends in Appleton. Vivian Vaughan spent the week-end with friends in Ortonville last week. Mrs. Oscar Lundgren +visited with her sister Mrs. Ed. Lundgren las week. Mrs. A. Semrau and children were passengers to Odessa Friday after- noon. Raymond Woods came home for the Easter vacation from Northfield Fri- day night. Mrs. Sahr of Bellingham is spend- ing a few days with her Otto Gutchnecht. Miss Desso returned Saturday morn- ing from Ortonville where she spent a week with friends Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Heggie of Big Stone visited relatives in town for a few days this week. Mrs. Chas. Hudson and daughter Elizabeth returned Sunday night after a week's visit in + Brownton Mr. Agte has been transferred to another field and a new pastor, Rev. Elier, will take: up his work here. Roy Sprague of Minne3polis ed Monday after "a short stay with his relatives at the Clarence Baker home. Wm. Rohde returned to his home in Dalt0n, Wis., after visiting for the past few weeks with his sister, Mrs. P. D. Vaughan. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie and fam- ily ,motored to Dawson Sunday where they spent the day visiting friends and relatives. --Pay Day at the Grand, Easter Monday. i FOSTER Nick Lenhoff was in Ortonville se , eral days, last week. Rob Jennings was hauling oats from the Athey\\;farm last week. Jolm Huntsinger delivered a load of spuds in Barry last Saturday. James Holmes called at the Mike Eastman home Sunday morning. Joe Voss was hauling seed wheat from the A. F. Eastman farm Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Abet Eastman called at the Ed. Colwell home Tuesday af- ternoon. Viator Eastman and Ray Stegner called at the John Huntsinger home last Sunday. James Holmes called at the Benj. Stegner farm Tuesday afternoon and made a horse trade. Mr. Lee Hunt and family left last{ week for Windam, Minnesota, where they will make their future home. A number of the relatives of Mr. ! and Mrs. Elof Hamner called at their home last Sunday to celebrate birthday of Mrs. Hamner. Henry Lux was called to Graceville last Sunday on account of the serious illness of his daughter, Ursula, who is in the hospital at that place. The Sunnyside Farmers Club will hold their regular meeting on Friday evening, April 14 and expect to put on a debate in addition to the regular program. The question has not + been announced. R. W. Lowe, +of Ortonville, will work the Lee Hunt farm this season. Mr. and Mrs. Lowe and children have taken up their residence on the farm, excepting Mildred, who will stay in Ortonville until the close of the school term. The Stephney Ladies Aid met last week with Mrs. Fred Carlson with a very good attendance considering the condition of the roads. The ladies spent most of the afternoon tying a quilt for the coming bazaar. The next meeting will be with Mrs. C. Hanson on Apri! 20. The home talent play "Deacon Dubbs," was given last Friday even- ing .at the Prior town hall to a ca- pacity house. The actors made a de- cided hit with the audience as was shown by the hearty applause thru- out the play. The proceeds go to School Dist. No. 31. --D)llars, Halves, Quarters; Dimes, Nickles and Pennies given away at the Grand, Easter Monday, April 17. i + ii Watkins + Products FOR SALE C-harle s H-O] m an Exclusive Agent Ortonville, Minn. PEERLESS THE PARK GARAGE OSTLtND & KARN, Props. OrtonviHe , Minnesota. If J II The whole story of Peerless goodness is told in the fre- quent statement of the Peerless owner that his car is entirely satisfactory. ,i I ,| i I I i i I I I I [[_ i | ii II II Come To Us With your automobile overhauling troubles and that leaky radiator. We guarantee our work and that is all any- one can do to assure you, as a customer, that our work will be RIGHT. Located in basement of Alvah Matthews' Building. O. B. Jacobson "Gold-En" Bread at the Korner Kale ' n 0 Saturday, April 15th, we will place a Five Dollar ($5.00) Gold Coin in a large loaf of bread and a Two and One-half ($2.50) Dol- lar Gold Coin in a small loaf of bread. Every customer has the same opportunity of secur- ing these prizes. Bread containing the gold coins on sale at the Korner Kafe, also at Kollitz's, Saeger's, Orton's and the Pioneer Store. "Our bread and pastry is fast gaining in popularity in this section--so if you are not one of our customers give us--as well well as yourself the opportunity to prove the wholesomeness of our bakery goods. + -Very Special For a Few Days Only Sweet Cream Flour $2 39 per sack Here is your opportunity to buy a supply, of this Quality Flour at a price you know is cheap---Nearly 50c a sack below present market, with every prospect of higher flour prices before there is any noticeable decline. Every ounce of SWEET CREAM is guaranteed to give you per. ect satisfaction--If it don't, bring back what you haven't used and we will refund your money for the whole sack. BUT--You'll have to come quick for the quantity is limited and will surely go fast at this cash price. 00For the Easter Trade- Extra large Grape Fruit, each ................ 15c Choice Large Grape Fruit, 2 for .......... 25c Extra Fancy 216 Size Oranges, doz ....... 65e Fresh Strawberries, box ........................ 25c Golden Glow Sweet Potatoes, pound .... 10c New Carrots, bunch .................................. 10c Fresh Beets, bunch .................................... 10e New Garden Cauliflour, each ......... . ....... 25e Fresh Rhubarb, pound ............................ 20c New Tomatoes, pound .............................. 30e Head Lettuce, each ............................ 20c 25c Green Onions, 2 bunches for .................. 25c New Radishes, bunch ................................ 10c i i I ,i KOLLI+TZ Merc. Ca, I