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rAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL , WANT ADS $ RATES--Ten cents per line per in- sertion. Minimum charge 25 cents. Payment for want-ads in advance will be appreciated; the book-keep. er will thus be relieved of the work of keeping many small accounts. FOUND--Ladies&apos; Fur Muff. Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Ortonville Independent. 46-* FOR SALE--Buick 4 touring car, in first class condition. 1918 modl. Mrs. Edna Krier, owner. Sold reas- onable if taken soon. Inquire of Henry Hovde, R. F. D., Odessa, Minn. 47-3 FOR SALEPre-bred Single Comb White Leghorn Hatching Eggs. $4 per hundred. Heavy laying strain. Julia Peterson, Ortonvilte, Minn. Phone 5-F-21. 48-3 FOR SALE--Rhode Island Red Eggs, $3.00 per hundred. Mrs. George Holm, goute 3, Ortonville. 45-5 LOST--One Horsehide Robe, on the Clinton road, between Geier's cor- ner and Zummach's. Finder re- tm-n to the Independent for liberal reward. 49-1 FOR RENT--For the season, Dix Wilbur cottages on the Peninsula, Ortonville, Minn. Dr. Dix, 506 N. Xline St., Aberdeen, S. D., Phone 2548 44-tf HONEY FOR SALE---Extracted Hon- ey, amber color, at 10c per lb. Bring your cans. Swan Peters'on, Orion- villa, Minn., Phone 5-F-2L 49-2 FOR SALE--Pure Grimm Alfalfa seed at 4Oc per pound. Also a small lot of timothy seed. Phone Henry Witte, Ortonville, 10-F-4. 41-tf. FOR SALE--Hatching eggs from prize-winning Single Comb Rhode Island Reds. Price per 15, $1.50. MI. J. P. Johnson, Ortonville, Minn. Phone 195. FOR SALEAtl )ur household furni- ture and rugs. Telephone 266-R. M. M. Johnson. "46- FOR SALEI Sanitary couch, 2 ta- bles, 1 hardwood cupboard, 1 ice box; all in free condition. For fur- :her partioalars inquire at the office of the Ortonville Bollting Co. 49-1 FOR SAlvE -- Eggs for hatching. White Wyandottes and Barred Ply- month Rocks. Both breeds prize inners. $1.,00 per setting, $5.00 per hundred. Mrs. J. H. Chapman, Ortouville, Minn., Phone 212-L-2 47-3 FOR SALECheap, one good slight- ly used baby carriage. Tel. 2G6-R ]YL M. Johnson. *48  FOR SALERose Comb White \\;7  an dtte hatching eggs. Mru. Gem:? McAtlister, Ortonville, Minn. 'Phon( I0-F-23. *4-7 :FOR SALEHolstein Heifer, will be fresh this spring, Also two brood sows, due to farrow about May 1. C. ttennigson, four miles eas on state road. Tel. 9-F-11. 49-1 ;FURNITURE FOR SALE--We have two outfits of furniture and rugs that we have had to take back on defaulty payment, These goods will be sold very cheap, and can be seen a our residence. M. M. John- son. Phone 266:R. *49-tf FOR SALERice Pop Corn, at five cents a pound. W.. D.. Heathman, Route 1, Ortoncille, Minn. f ]rOR SALEStack of hay, about 4 or five tons. Located 2 miles north and 2 miles east of Ortonville.. W. D. Heathman, Route 1. Orton- ville, Minn.. f FIR SALEAn incubator. Priced very reasonable. Inquire of Mrs. A. B, Kaercher. 49-if [AY KIDS--Orion Brothers have 75 good roller skates in A-1 condi- tion. Steel rollers with ball bear- ir.g:, a!l sizes, and only 75c a pair. RUGS WOVEN--I will weave rag rugs from now on at the home of my son, A. S. Halls. Prices--27 in. wide, 65c; 30 in. wide, 75c. Mrs. S. J. Halls. *4%if ]gOR SALEWill have a few settings of eggs from my prize winning sin- gle Comb Rhode Island Reds. For sale at $1.50 for 15. Telephone 195. Mrs. J. P. Johnson. 48-2 -O CARTBrown Reed, nearly ne w. For sale at low price. Phone 23!-J. Ortonville, Minn. IEMSTITCHING--Wfll do hemstitch- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L: Waddans. 27-tf-c LIGHT HAULING--For light hauling , and plowing see J. H. Jackson, Or- tonvill, Mi nn. 48-2 FOR SALEHatching Eggs, from Single Comb White Leghorns. Champion Prize winners at Big Stone County Show, $5.00 per 100. Guarmteed 85 per cent fertility. Albert Deri(on, Phone 5-F-11, Or- tonville, Minn. 48-3 PASTURE FOR CATTLEI have pasture for 20 head of cattle for lent. Swan Peterson, Ortonvill, Minn., phone 5-F-21. 49-2 FOR SALEBaby can-iage and kit- chen cabinet. Priced very reason- able. Mrs. A. C. Saeger, Orton- ville. 49-2. --THE INDEPENI}ENT IS $2.00 A YEAR--AND WORTH IT. 0 .:,!a, o j LEGAL NOTICES l I OBITUARY !t ORDER LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS Elias Lyseng. * AND EOR HEARING THEREON. Estate of Caroline Gjengdahl. This community was greatly shock-] STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Big 2d to hear of the suoden death of .,e. la I':AJae Com.t. lu the matter o lias Eyseng, who passed away at hi. u. csa-e ot Caroline GJenffdaiH. decedent. ,?,.L-, ot aunil::A;aLlon tlls day llavlng u r,an,:d to colai E, Gjengdaht, it s ,,,uerel a. the l,[nle Wltflln %vllieD all credit- ,'s tn tile above ,:amend decedent may pre- ..... C[.x.[Ab q'atnst his esta'e iu ths Court. x,. m d the same hereby is. limited m mx ,L*OYILh; II'Onl [i,i aft(r the date hereof; and m[ lmday, the 16th day of October, 1922, at z :00 o'cictk a. m., in the Probate Court J.ooms a the Court Houe:e at the City of Or- _onvil!e. in said County, be and the same creby is. fixed and appointed as the time _rid place [or hearing upon and the examina- O11, a(l; oS[nlent and allowance of such claims .s shall be presented within the time afore- cid Let nbtice hereof be given by the publica- ion et tins oroer in tile Ortonville Indepen- dent as provided by law. t, atcU Iprll 1Z, 192 '). R. B. HUDSON. ,Seal) Judge of Probate. First Pub. April 13 3w) ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR oe'tTLLMENT OF ACCOUNT AND ON PETITION FOR DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR OR ADMINISTRATOR TATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big otone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the tate of Albert Zahrbock, deceased. On receiving and filing the petition of Emelie Zahrboek. representing, among other Haings, that she is the administratrix of the zstate of the above named decedent, and that he has fuhy administered said estate and filed her final account thereof ; and praying that a time and place bc fixed for hearing said peti- tion. the examination and allowance of said account, and the making and filing of the final decree of distribution of said estate: and hat a further time and place be fixed for the :,caring of sa:d petition for the discharge of stud administratrix, together with the sure- ties on her bond. It is ordered that said petition for the examination and allowance of said final ac- count and the fiiinr of the final decree in said matter be heard at the Probate Court Ofiice in the Court House at the City of Or- tonvilte, in said County of Big Stone. on Monday, the 8th day of May A. D.. 1922, at I0:00 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. It is further ordered that said petition for the discharge of said administratrix, together with the sureties on her bond be heard at the Proba.te Court office at the Court House, in the City of Ortonvtlle, in said County of Ir >nc, on Monday, the 8th day of May A. D. 1922, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of aid cay at which time and place said ad- ministratrix of said estate will be allowed to make proof that she has complied with said iinal decree_ and with all the orders of this Court in said matter, and all persons inter- ested will be heard for and auainst said dis- charge of said administratrix and the sureties on her bond, It is further ordered that notice hereof be given to all parties interested by publishing this order, once in each week, for three suc- cessive weeks, prior o said day above speci- fied for the examination of said final account, in the Ortonvilie Independent, a weekly news- paper, printed and published a the city of Ortonville. in said County and State. Dated April 12 A. D. 1922. By the Court. R. B, HUDSON, (Seal) Judge of Probate. {First Pub. April 13 3w) SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Big Stone--as IN DISTRICT COURT Sixteenth Judicial District Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Odessa. a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Harry T. Johnson, Defendant. You are hereby summoned and required to answer the comnlaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint is on file with !he Clerk of the above named Court, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, a his office in the city of Ortonville. in the County of Sig Stone. within twenty days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of h s-rvice, and if you fail to answer the ,id complain} within the time aforesaid, the mtit. m this action will. upon such failure, :e judtment a:zainst the defendant for the n of $595.o0 with interest thereon since the ] day of September. 1921, and the sum of I witi interest tbereon since March 1, 2i, and the sum of $14.24 with interest hereon since the 21st day of February, 1921, together'with plaintiff's costs and disburse- ments t herein. Dated April 13, 1921. W. C. PREUS, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. ,First Pub. April 13 3w) SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Big Stone--ss IN DISTRICT COURT Sixteenth Judicial District Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Odessa. a Corporation. Plaintiff, vs. Emil W. Johnson, Defendant You are herelw summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint is on file with the Clerk of the above named Court. and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville. in the County of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the aid complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will, upon such failure, take judgment against the defendant for the sum of $25.00 with interest thereon since the 22nd day of March, 1921, and in the sum of $39.25 with interest thereon since the 29th day of April 1921, and in the sum of $25.00 with interest thereon since the 25th day of June, 1921. and in the sum of $35.57 with interest hereon since the 251h day of June. 1921, and in the sum of $59.17 with interest thereon sin the 1st day of September, 1920, and in the sum of $34.83 with interest thereon since the 1st day of September, 1920. and in the sum of $126.76 with interest thereon since the 10th day of January, 1920, and in the sum of $182.00 with interest hereon since the 19th day of December, 1919. with attorney's fees of $50.00 for collecting the same, together with piaintiff's costs and disbursements thare- In. Dated April 13th, 1922. W. C. PREUS. Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonvtlle, Minn. (Fir Pub. April 13 3w) SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stene-ss IN DISTRICr COURT Sixteenth Judicial District !arrers & Merchants State Bank : )'f Odessa. a Corporation, Plaintiff. .TS, Emil . Johnson and Harry T. Johnson. Defendants. lI STATE OF MINNESOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You, and each of you, are hereby sum- moned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is on file with the Clerk of the above named Court, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the sub- scriber, at his office in the city of Ortonviile. in tle County of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fall to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will. upon such failure, take judgment against he defendants il lhe' sum of $1.Sl.50 with interest thereon since the 281h day of Septem- ber. 1921, together with plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein Dated April 13th. 1922. W. C, PREUS. Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville. Minn. (First Pub. April 13 3w) farm home on Frdiay evening, April 7, following a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. Lyseng, who had been in his usual good health suffered a partial stroke while doing the chores in his barn about six o'clock, but was able to get to the house. Felling better a little laer he went out doors, but was over- come and fell to the ground uncons- cious. Tilere being only vne of the boys at home, help was ,obtained from the neighbors, and .he doctor sum- moned. Mr. Lyseng rallied and it was thought he would recover, but soon another shock followed and in spite of all that could be done he passed away. His death came as a telcible shock o his family to whom he was a mos kind and loving husband an( father. Elias Lyseng was born in Valders Norway, in 1864. At the age of fou years he emigrated with his parents to A:merica, settling in Goodhue coun- ty, Minnesota, where they remained a short time, later moving to Benson, where they lived for three years. His parents were among the first home- steaders in Big Sbone County, having settled here in the year 1879. His fatler traded a team of ponies and a small amount of money to the In- dians for the old Lyseng homestead on which Ole Jgengdahl now lives. At the time of his death, Mr. Lyseng was the owner of a splendid 220 acre farm. In 1886 he was united in marriage to Rasmine Jorgenson. In his union, eight children were born to them, of whom four are dead. Funeral services for Elias Lyseng were held Tuesday afternoon at St. Pauli church of which he was a member and interment was made in the St. Pauli cemetery. Rev. S. M. Moe and Rev. J. Walseth officiated. He is survived by the widow and four children, Mrs. Rasmus Gjengdahl of Ortonville and Benny Melvin and Em- ma, who live at the farm home. Ruth Knowlton. The following account of the death of Ruth Knowhon, formerly of Clin- ton, is taken from the Onamia New.s, 'of Onamia, Minnesota. "Cove was very much saddened when the reaper of death took away from our school and community Ruh Knowlton, who died at the Isle h'os- pital where she had been taken a few days hence. She had been abnt fr(m school for a few weeks but no one realized her condition and she was taken with just a few days warning. She was in the second year high schooI and always took a very active part in all community programs and the shad- ow on the Cove school will be long felt. She will be greatly missed by the whole school, large and small and especially by her teachers and class mates. The'high school boys acted as pall bearers and the girls as honor- ary pall bearers. The high school girls sang the hynns, 'Face to Face,' and 'God Will Take Care of You,' in a splendid manner as it was a very hard part for her class mates to bear up o do. The floral offerings from the school, Sunday school, Ladies Aid. far- mers club and individuals, showed the love and friendship the community held for Ruth. She was the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knvwlton's. eqhe leaves two sisters, Mary and Mrs. Williams and three brothers, two of wfiieh could not be present. Mr. and Mrs. Knowlton and sisters and brothers have the sympathy of the community." James O. LaLond. James O. LaLond died at his home in Odessa on April 6, at the age of 80 years. Mr. LaLofid was a pioneer far- mer of Big Stone County. He was born in St. Polieat, Canada, on Janu- alT 15, 1842, and came to the United States on May 17, 1869. He was mar- ried t,o 5ustina Poirier and the union was blessed with nine children, all of whom are living but one. Funeral services were conducted by C. Gerhardt with interment in the Odessa cemetery, on Saturday, April 8. '!Women Brave Rain to Direct Traf- fic."--Cleaveland Plain Dealer. Bless their hearts, they'd brave anything to direct anything. A girl isn't a jewel just because she has a rich setting. Prosperity bulbs are in the hot- house for spring delivery. Beware a killing frost that may nip their root. Little boy, is your mother engaged ? Come in and I will see. I think she is married. ODESSA I Seling has begun. H. H. Griese autoed to Ortonville '.Vedneday. Mike Fcrch of Minneapolis called on ohl friends Monday. Mrs. R. R. Bohn was a passenger, to Montevideo on Thursday. Miss Ada Ja!lo spent Sunday with her brother a Appleton. John Haney left on a business trip to Washington Wednesday. Miss Anna Edquist was a business caller in Ortonville Wednesday. Mrs. R. L. Rothe returned from Browns Valley, Minn., on Monday. W. J. Wicklow of St. Paul was in town Friday calling on his patrons. Clara Olson came up from Monte- video Friday to spend a week with her parents. Mrs. P. C. Larson left Monday for I Garretson, S. D., to visit her sister, I Miss Minnie Olson. [ Mrs. Frank West of Correll arrived Wednesday to help care for her sick father, J. J. LaLond. Rev. and Mrs. Agte and Mrs. A. M. Semrau were among the Ortonville shoppers on Wednesday. Mrs. Justine LaLond went ,o Min- neapolis Monday with her. son, A. G. LaLond for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. George LaLond of New Rockford, N. D. arrived Thurs- day to visit his father, J. J. LaLond. Jim LaLond of Orwell, N. Y., ar- rived Friday, being called on account of the serious illness of his father, J. J. LaLond. Miss Ottilie Melinat, a ,teacher of the Clarissa Public Schools, arrived Saturday to spend her Easter vaca- tion with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Melinat. .bout twenty little folks gathered at the home of Luella Strei on Friday from 4:00 to 7:00 p. m. to help her celebrate her tenth birthday. Everyone thoroly enjoyed themselves. The members of the U. B. Church gave Rev. and Mrs. Agte a farewell party at the Village Hall Monday eve- ning. We regret very much that they are leaving this field but wish them success in their new field of labor. School closed Friday for a week's vacation. Supt. DeGreef left that evening to attend a meeting of Super- intendents which is being held in St. Paul. Miss Contsance Isolany went tb Sinai, S. D., to vi.it relatives. Miss Margaret Little autoed to Madison Minn., to visit her parents there and Miss Mae DeGreef will spend her va- cation with her parents at Big Stone City. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our sincece thanks to those who so kindly as- sisted us during our recent bereave- ment, and for the beautiful floral of- ferings and %mpathy extended. Mrs. Rasmine Lyseng and children, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Gjengdahl. hoice Cuts of the best Meats await you here. And you may order by phone with assurance that you will " receive just what you want. The Pioneer Meat Market J. J. DANN Seeds! Seeds! Seeds! qhe largest shipment ever shipped to Orten511e including all kinds of grass and forrage seeds, lawn grass and white clover, to be sold at the lowest pos- sible figure. It is an established fact that grass and stock must take the place of wheat on high priced land, and this spring is going to be an ideal spring for seeding grass plenty of moisture and the outlook for business- is fine. Everybody knows that our Seed Corn gives satisfaction. "Be Wise---Buy Shuit's Seed Corn." Lake .View F ed & Mill Co. Ortonville Feed Store. (Will sell at wholesale) Larson, Clinton Lad, Wins Free Trip to State Fair The four Clinton boys who attended the Boys and Girls Short Course at Morris returned home on Saturday l night, well pleased with their four days sojourn there. Alvin Larson was winner of the first prize on stock judg- ing, which entitles him to a free trip re the Minnesoza State Fair. LOCAL MARKET Tracy-Shumaker Turkeys, dressed Geese .......................................... Ducks ........................................ Stags .......................................... Hens Old Roosters ............................ Eggs ............................................ C ream ........................................ Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ToAll Our Friends and Patrons We Extend Best Wishes For a Joyous Easter A. C. SAEGER Old Age Proctection When you are young and your earn- ing power is at a maximum is the time to save your money. Then as it accumu- lates invest it in standard Bonds that will yield you a substantial income when you have passed the producing stage of life. This entire institution is at your com- mand to help you to decide'upon a savings plan suited to your needs and we will also be glad to tell you about the different Boncl Issues which make good invest- ments. First National Bank Ortonville, Minn. Why not Buy Locally Everything is in Your Favor to do so? The SPIT-FIRE is manufactured in OrtonviUe and absolutell guaranteed to save you money on battery tenance. Buy of us right here at home, and we ar right here to see that you get the service you promised. If you buy a SPIT-FIRE you will satisfied. If you have not seen the in and let us show it to you in pieces and bled, before you buy. i T ortonville Auto & - Supply Company HALLS & HENDRICKSON, ! rAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL , WANT ADS $ RATES--Ten cents per line per in- sertion. Minimum charge 25 cents. Payment for want-ads in advance will be appreciated; the book-keep. er will thus be relieved of the work of keeping many small accounts. FOUND--Ladies' Fur Muff. Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Ortonville Independent. 46-* FOR SALE--Buick 4 touring car, in first class condition. 1918 modl. Mrs. Edna Krier, owner. Sold reas- onable if taken soon. Inquire of Henry Hovde, R. F. D., Odessa, Minn. 47-3 FOR SALEPre-bred Single Comb White Leghorn Hatching Eggs. $4 per hundred. Heavy laying strain. Julia Peterson, Ortonvilte, Minn. Phone 5-F-21. 48-3 FOR SALE--Rhode Island Red Eggs, $3.00 per hundred. Mrs. George Holm, goute 3, Ortonville. 45-5 LOST--One Horsehide Robe, on the Clinton road, between Geier's cor- ner and Zummach's. Finder re- tm-n to the Independent for liberal reward. 49-1 FOR RENT--For the season, Dix Wilbur cottages on the Peninsula, Ortonville, Minn. Dr. Dix, 506 N. Xline St., Aberdeen, S. D., Phone 2548 44-tf HONEY FOR SALE---Extracted Hon- ey, amber color, at 10c per lb. Bring your cans. Swan Peters'on, Orion- villa, Minn., Phone 5-F-2L 49-2 FOR SALE--Pure Grimm Alfalfa seed at 4Oc per pound. Also a small lot of timothy seed. Phone Henry Witte, Ortonville, 10-F-4. 41-tf. FOR SALE--Hatching eggs from prize-winning Single Comb Rhode Island Reds. Price per 15, $1.50. MI. J. P. Johnson, Ortonville, Minn. Phone 195. FOR SALEAtl )ur household furni- ture and rugs. Telephone 266-R. M. M. Johnson. "46- FOR SALEI Sanitary couch, 2 ta- bles, 1 hardwood cupboard, 1 ice box; all in free condition. For fur- :her partioalars inquire at the office of the Ortonville Bollting Co. 49-1 FOR SAlvE -- Eggs for hatching. White Wyandottes and Barred Ply- month Rocks. Both breeds prize inners. $1.,00 per setting, $5.00 per hundred. Mrs. J. H. Chapman, Ortouville, Minn., Phone 212-L-2 47-3 FOR SALECheap, one good slight- ly used baby carriage. Tel. 2G6-R ]YL M. Johnson. *48  FOR SALERose Comb White \\;7  an dtte hatching eggs. Mru. Gem:? McAtlister, Ortonville, Minn. 'Phon( I0-F-23. *4-7 :FOR SALEHolstein Heifer, will be fresh this spring, Also two brood sows, due to farrow about May 1. C. ttennigson, four miles eas on state road. Tel. 9-F-11. 49-1 ;FURNITURE FOR SALE--We have two outfits of furniture and rugs that we have had to take back on defaulty payment, These goods will be sold very cheap, and can be seen a our residence. M. M. John- son. Phone 266:R. *49-tf FOR SALERice Pop Corn, at five cents a pound. W.. D.. Heathman, Route 1, Ortoncille, Minn. f ]rOR SALEStack of hay, about 4 or five tons. Located 2 miles north and 2 miles east of Ortonville.. W. D. Heathman, Route 1. Orton- ville, Minn.. f FIR SALEAn incubator. Priced very reasonable. Inquire of Mrs. A. B, Kaercher. 49-if [AY KIDS--Orion Brothers have 75 good roller skates in A-1 condi- tion. Steel rollers with ball bear- ir.g:, a!l sizes, and only 75c a pair. RUGS WOVEN--I will weave rag rugs from now on at the home of my son, A. S. Halls. Prices--27 in. wide, 65c; 30 in. wide, 75c. Mrs. S. J. Halls. *4%if ]gOR SALEWill have a few settings of eggs from my prize winning sin- gle Comb Rhode Island Reds. For sale at $1.50 for 15. Telephone 195. Mrs. J. P. Johnson. 48-2 -O CARTBrown Reed, nearly ne w. For sale at low price. Phone 23!-J. Ortonville, Minn. IEMSTITCHING--Wfll do hemstitch- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L: Waddans. 27-tf-c LIGHT HAULING--For light hauling , and plowing see J. H. Jackson, Or- tonvill, Minn. 48-2 FOR SALEHatching Eggs, from Single Comb White Leghorns. Champion Prize winners at Big Stone County Show, $5.00 per 100. Guarmteed 85 per cent fertility. Albert Deri(on, Phone 5-F-11, Or- tonville, Minn. 48-3 PASTURE FOR CATTLEI have pasture for 20 head of cattle for lent. Swan Peterson, Ortonvill, Minn., phone 5-F-21. 49-2 FOR SALEBaby can-iage and kit- chen cabinet. Priced very reason- able. Mrs. A. C. Saeger, Orton- ville. 49-2. --THE INDEPENI}ENT IS $2.00 A YEAR--AND WORTH IT. 0 .:,!a, o j LEGAL NOTICES l I OBITUARY !t ORDER LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS Elias Lyseng. * AND EOR HEARING THEREON. Estate of Caroline Gjengdahl. This community was greatly shock-] STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Big 2d to hear of the suoden death of .,e. la I':AJae Com.t. lu the matter o lias Eyseng, who passed away at hi. u. csa-e ot Caroline GJenffdaiH. decedent. ,?,.L-, ot aunil::A;aLlon tlls day llavlng u r,an,:d to colai E, Gjengdaht, it s ,,,uerel a. the l,[nle Wltflln %vllieD all credit- ,'s tn tile above ,:amend decedent may pre- ..... C[.x.[Ab q'atnst his esta'e iu ths Court. x,. m d the same hereby is. limited m mx ,L*OYILh; II'Onl [i,i aft(r the date hereof; and m[ lmday, the 16th day of October, 1922, at z :00 o'cictk a. m., in the Probate Court J.ooms a the Court Houe:e at the City of Or- _onvil!e. in said County, be and the same creby is. fixed and appointed as the time _rid place [or hearing upon and the examina- O11, a(l; oS[nlent and allowance of such claims .s shall be presented within the time afore- cid Let nbtice hereof be given by the publica- ion et tins oroer in tile Ortonville Indepen- dent as provided by law. t, atcU Iprll 1Z, 192 '). R. B. HUDSON. ,Seal) Judge of Probate. First Pub. April 13 3w) ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR oe'tTLLMENT OF ACCOUNT AND ON PETITION FOR DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR OR ADMINISTRATOR TATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big otone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the tate of Albert Zahrbock, deceased. On receiving and filing the petition of Emelie Zahrboek. representing, among other Haings, that she is the administratrix of the zstate of the above named decedent, and that he has fuhy administered said estate and filed her final account thereof ; and praying that a time and place bc fixed for hearing said peti- tion. the examination and allowance of said account, and the making and filing of the final decree of distribution of said estate: and hat a further time and place be fixed for the :,caring of sa:d petition for the discharge of stud administratrix, together with the sure- ties on her bond. It is ordered that said petition for the examination and allowance of said final ac- count and the fiiinr of the final decree in said matter be heard at the Probate Court Ofiice in the Court House at the City of Or- tonvilte, in said County of Big Stone. on Monday, the 8th day of May A. D.. 1922, at I0:00 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. It is further ordered that said petition for the discharge of said administratrix, together with the sureties on her bond be heard at the Proba.te Court office at the Court House, in the City of Ortonvtlle, in said County of Ir >nc, on Monday, the 8th day of May A. D. 1922, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of aid cay at which time and place said ad- ministratrix of said estate will be allowed to make proof that she has complied with said iinal decree_ and with all the orders of this Court in said matter, and all persons inter- ested will be heard for and auainst said dis- charge of said administratrix and the sureties on her bond, It is further ordered that notice hereof be given to all parties interested by publishing this order, once in each week, for three suc- cessive weeks, prior o said day above speci- fied for the examination of said final account, in the Ortonvilie Independent, a weekly news- paper, printed and published a the city of Ortonville. in said County and State. Dated April 12 A. D. 1922. By the Court. R. B, HUDSON, (Seal) Judge of Probate. {First Pub. April 13 3w) SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Big Stone--as IN DISTRICT COURT Sixteenth Judicial District Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Odessa. a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Harry T. Johnson, Defendant. You are hereby summoned and required to answer the comnlaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint is on file with !he Clerk of the above named Court, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, a his office in the city of Ortonville. in the County of Sig Stone. within twenty days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of h s-rvice, and if you fail to answer the ,id complain} within the time aforesaid, the mtit. m this action will. upon such failure, :e judtment a:zainst the defendant for the n of $595.o0 with interest thereon since the ] day of September. 1921, and the sum of I witi interest tbereon since March 1, 2i, and the sum of $14.24 with interest hereon since the 21st day of February, 1921, together'with plaintiff's costs and disburse- ments t herein. Dated April 13, 1921. W. C. PREUS, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. ,First Pub. April 13 3w) SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Big Stone--ss IN DISTRICT COURT Sixteenth Judicial District Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Odessa. a Corporation. Plaintiff, vs. Emil W. Johnson, Defendant You are herelw summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint is on file with the Clerk of the above named Court. and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville. in the County of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the aid complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will, upon such failure, take judgment against the defendant for the sum of $25.00 with interest thereon since the 22nd day of March, 1921, and in the sum of $39.25 with interest thereon since the 29th day of April 1921, and in the sum of $25.00 with interest thereon since the 25th day of June, 1921. and in the sum of $35.57 with interest hereon since the 251h day of June. 1921, and in the sum of $59.17 with interest thereon sin the 1st day of September, 1920, and in the sum of $34.83 with interest thereon since the 1st day of September, 1920. and in the sum of $126.76 with interest thereon since the 10th day of January, 1920, and in the sum of $182.00 with interest hereon since the 19th day of December, 1919. with attorney's fees of $50.00 for collecting the same, together with piaintiff's costs and disbursements thare- In. Dated April 13th, 1922. W. C. PREUS. Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonvtlle, Minn. (Fir Pub. April 13 3w) SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stene-ss IN DISTRICr COURT Sixteenth Judicial District !arrers & Merchants State Bank : )'f Odessa. a Corporation, Plaintiff. .TS, Emil . Johnson and Harry T. Johnson. Defendants. lI STATE OF MINNESOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You, and each of you, are hereby sum- moned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is on file with the Clerk of the above named Court, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the sub- scriber, at his office in the city of Ortonviile. in tle County of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fall to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will. upon such failure, take judgment against he defendants il lhe' sum of $1.Sl.50 with interest thereon since the 281h day of Septem- ber. 1921, together with plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein Dated April 13th. 1922. W. C, PREUS. Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville. Minn. (First Pub. April 13 3w) farm home on Frdiay evening, April 7, following a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. Lyseng, who had been in his usual good health suffered a partial stroke while doing the chores in his barn about six o'clock, but was able to get to the house. Felling better a little laer he went out doors, but was over- come and fell to the ground uncons- cious. Tilere being only vne of the boys at home, help was ,obtained from the neighbors, and .he doctor sum- moned. Mr. Lyseng rallied and it was thought he would recover, but soon another shock followed and in spite of all that could be done he passed away. His death came as a telcible shock o his family to whom he was a mos kind and loving husband an( father. Elias Lyseng was born in Valders Norway, in 1864. At the age of fou years he emigrated with his parents to A:merica, settling in Goodhue coun- ty, Minnesota, where they remained a short time, later moving to Benson, where they lived for three years. His parents were among the first home- steaders in Big Sbone County, having settled here in the year 1879. His fatler traded a team of ponies and a small amount of money to the In- dians for the old Lyseng homestead on which Ole Jgengdahl now lives. At the time of his death, Mr. Lyseng was the owner of a splendid 220 acre farm. In 1886 he was united in marriage to Rasmine Jorgenson. In his union, eight children were born to them, of whom four are dead. Funeral services for Elias Lyseng were held Tuesday afternoon at St. Pauli church of which he was a member and interment was made in the St. Pauli cemetery. Rev. S. M. Moe and Rev. J. Walseth officiated. He is survived by the widow and four children, Mrs. Rasmus Gjengdahl of Ortonville and Benny Melvin and Em- ma, who live at the farm home. Ruth Knowlton. The following account of the death of Ruth Knowhon, formerly of Clin- ton, is taken from the Onamia New.s, 'of Onamia, Minnesota. "Cove was very much saddened when the reaper of death took away from our school and community Ruh Knowlton, who died at the Isle h'os- pital where she had been taken a few days hence. She had been abnt fr(m school for a few weeks but no one realized her condition and she was taken with just a few days warning. She was in the second year high schooI and always took a very active part in all community programs and the shad- ow on the Cove school will be long felt. She will be greatly missed by the whole school, large and small and especially by her teachers and class mates. The'high school boys acted as pall bearers and the girls as honor- ary pall bearers. The high school girls sang the hynns, 'Face to Face,' and 'God Will Take Care of You,' in a splendid manner as it was a very hard part for her class mates to bear up o do. The floral offerings from the school, Sunday school, Ladies Aid. far- mers club and individuals, showed the love and friendship the community held for Ruth. She was the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knvwlton's. eqhe leaves two sisters, Mary and Mrs. Williams and three brothers, two of wfiieh could not be present. Mr. and Mrs. Knowlton and sisters and brothers have the sympathy of the community." James O. LaLond. James O. LaLond died at his home in Odessa on April 6, at the age of 80 years. Mr. LaLofid was a pioneer far- mer of Big Stone County. He was born in St. Polieat, Canada, on Janu- alT 15, 1842, and came to the United States on May 17, 1869. He was mar- ried t,o 5ustina Poirier and the union was blessed with nine children, all of whom are living but one. Funeral services were conducted by C. Gerhardt with interment in the Odessa cemetery, on Saturday, April 8. '!Women Brave Rain to Direct Traf- fic."--Cleaveland Plain Dealer. Bless their hearts, they'd brave anything to direct anything. A girl isn't a jewel just because she has a rich setting. Prosperity bulbs are in the hot- house for spring delivery. Beware a killing frost that may nip their root. Little boy, is your mother engaged ? Come in and I will see. I think she is married. ODESSA I Seling has begun. H. H. Griese autoed to Ortonville '.Vedneday. Mike Fcrch of Minneapolis called on ohl friends Monday. Mrs. R. R. Bohn was a passenger, to Montevideo on Thursday. Miss Ada Ja!lo spent Sunday with her brother a Appleton. John Haney left on a business trip to Washington Wednesday. Miss Anna Edquist was a business caller in Ortonville Wednesday. Mrs. R. L. Rothe returned from Browns Valley, Minn., on Monday. W. J. Wicklow of St. Paul was in town Friday calling on his patrons. Clara Olson came up from Monte- video Friday to spend a week with her parents. Mrs. P. C. Larson left Monday for I Garretson, S. D., to visit her sister, I Miss Minnie Olson. [ Mrs. Frank West of Correll arrived Wednesday to help care for her sick father, J. J. LaLond. Rev. and Mrs. Agte and Mrs. A. M. Semrau were among the Ortonville shoppers on Wednesday. Mrs. Justine LaLond went ,o Min- neapolis Monday with her. son, A. G. LaLond for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. George LaLond of New Rockford, N. D. arrived Thurs- day to visit his father, J. J. LaLond. Jim LaLond of Orwell, N. Y., ar- rived Friday, being called on account of the serious illness of his father, J. J. LaLond. Miss Ottilie Melinat, a ,teacher of the Clarissa Public Schools, arrived Saturday to spend her Easter vaca- tion with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Melinat. .bout twenty little folks gathered at the home of Luella Strei on Friday from 4:00 to 7:00 p. m. to help her celebrate her tenth birthday. Everyone thoroly enjoyed themselves. The members of the U. B. Church gave Rev. and Mrs. Agte a farewell party at the Village Hall Monday eve- ning. We regret very much that they are leaving this field but wish them success in their new field of labor. School closed Friday for a week's vacation. Supt. DeGreef left that evening to attend a meeting of Super- intendents which is being held in St. Paul. Miss Contsance Isolany went tb Sinai, S. D., to vi.it relatives. Miss Margaret Little autoed to Madison Minn., to visit her parents there and Miss Mae DeGreef will spend her va- cation with her parents at Big Stone City. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our sincece thanks to those who so kindly as- sisted us during our recent bereave- ment, and for the beautiful floral of- ferings and %mpathy extended. Mrs. Rasmine Lyseng and children, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Gjengdahl. hoice Cuts of the best Meats await you here. And you may order by phone with assurance that you will " receive just what you want. The Pioneer Meat Market J. J. DANN Seeds! Seeds! Seeds! qhe largest shipment ever shipped to Orten511e including all kinds of grass and forrage seeds, lawn grass and white clover, to be sold at the lowest pos- sible figure. It is an established fact that grass and stock must take the place of wheat on high priced land, and this spring is going to be an ideal spring for seeding grass plenty of moisture and the outlook for business- is fine. Everybody knows that our Seed Corn gives satisfaction. "Be Wise---Buy Shuit's Seed Corn." Lake .View F ed & Mill Co. Ortonville Feed Store. (Will sell at wholesale) Larson, Clinton Lad, Wins Free Trip to State Fair The four Clinton boys who attended the Boys and Girls Short Course at Morris returned home on Saturday l night, well pleased with their four days sojourn there. Alvin Larson was winner of the first prize on stock judg- ing, which entitles him to a free trip re the Minnesoza State Fair. LOCAL MARKET Tracy-Shumaker Turkeys, dressed Geese .......................................... Ducks ........................................ Stags .......................................... Hens Old Roosters ............................ Eggs ............................................ C ream ........................................ Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ToAll Our Friends and Patrons We Extend Best Wishes For a Joyous Easter A. C. SAEGER Old Age Proctection When you are young and your earn- ing power is at a maximum is the time to save your money. Then as it accumu- lates invest it in standard Bonds that will yield you a substantial income when you have passed the producing stage of life. This entire institution is at your com- mand to help you to decide'upon a savings plan suited to your needs and we will also be glad to tell you about the different Boncl Issues which make good invest- ments. First National Bank Ortonville, Minn. Why not Buy Locally Everything is in Your Favor to do so? The SPIT-FIRE is manufactured in OrtonviUe and absolutell guaranteed to save you money on battery tenance. Buy of us right here at home, and we ar right here to see that you get the service you promised. If you buy a SPIT-FIRE you will satisfied. If you have not seen the in and let us show it to you in pieces and bled, before you buy. i T ortonville Auto & - Supply Company HALLS & HENDRICKSON, ! PAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE [NDEPENDF, : WAT ADS ; RATESTn nts per li per in. rtion. Minimum charge 25 cent Payment for want.ads in advance dl be apprJated; the book.kg- er wiR thus be relieved of the work of kping many small acol FOUNLadi' Fur Muff. Owner may have se by llittg at this office and paying for this notice. Or tonville Independent. 46-* FOR SALE--Buick 4 trlng ear, in first class ndition. 1918 modbL Mrs. Edna Krer, owner. Said as. onable if taken sn. Inquire at Henry Horde, R. F. Do 0de FOR 8ALFrbred Single Com White Leghorn Hatching Egrs. $ per hundred. Heaw laying atrain Julia Peterson, Ortonville, Minn ',LLMT OF ACCOUNT ANt} ON Shock to his family to whom he was Phone 5-F-21. 484 pVlZlON roe DIUXaE OF a most kind and loving husband d ZXCUTOR O xamNtaTvOa FOR SALE--Rhode Island Red Eggs TAT OF mNESX, Co.t or m, fatler. $3.O0 par hundred. Mrs. Georgt ao. Jn vbe . In th* *tr o Elias Lyseng was horn in Valdem t a o al,t k. a*.. Novay, in 18e4. At the age of fou Holm, Route , Ortonville. 454 o ii =a sis ,h. .u..1 =.u zrk. .  , yrs he emigrated with hs prent LOST--One Heldde Robe, on th m.. tt e I, t =.lrS of , to meriea, settling in Goodhue n Clinton ad, between Cer's eo , .. ,.L d.l.,r *la .. d a ty; Minnesota, where *hey remained net (I Zmh's. Finder  ,. anal u.L f; .a ,Art t, short time, later mo.dng to Benson t to the I.depeadent for libera an.. o i.*l d .ow.o or ,.L, whe they lived for three yes. Hi, d. 49- u.t. d t. t. ..d a. o th, parent we among the fit home ht t..l,or U= na 1.,.   for th, steaders iu Big Soe County, havn FOR KENT--For the season, Dh o,m o :a Uto. fo, tho a o, settled here in the year 1879. Hi Wilbur cottages on the Peninsula ia .l,t,.ri. her wah the . gather tra4ed a team o poni an, Ortonvlle, Minn. Dr. DL% e0 N tt i o-,,a tt ld tno fo. th, a small aren.t of money to the ln- lJne St., Aberd, S. D., Phoue x.m.lo...a "o. o la .t  diana .for the old Lying homestead 2548 44-tf ]ONEY FOR SALF-Exted Hon-i ey, %er lor, at 10e per [b. Bring I your ea.s Swan peter n, Or on-: vflle, Minn. Phone 5-F-2L 49-2 FOR SALF--I Grimm Alfalfa zeed at 40e per pod. Al a ll lot of timothy eed. Phone Henry Withe. Ortonll 1C-F4. 41-t. YOR SALE--Hatching eggs from prizewlnning Single Cbrab Rhode Isled Reh. Price per 15, $1.0. M. J. P. Johnson, 0rtonvflie. Mi. Phone 195. FOR SALE--All ur household furi-  and  Telephone 266-R. . L Johnson *46-tf POR SALE--1 Sanitary couch, 2 ta- i Ie, 1 hardwood vboard, 1 ice box: all in np on,ntmm For fur- ther parula mulre at the atone ef the Ornville Bollting Co 49-1 FOR SAE--Eggs for hatCtng. Whit Wvdott and Barred Piy- moah Ro=k. 8oth beds prize wtne $1.90 per tting, $5.OO per hundd. Mrs. J. H. Charon, Ortondl. Minn.. Phone 212-L- 47 SALE--Holstein Heifer, wlll De fresh t spnng. Also two bmd ws, Lue to farrow about May 1, C. tlenngson, fou miles ea ol, sa road. Tel. 9 F It. 49-1 FURNITURB FOR SAbFWe hae two tats el fumitu and gs that we have had to take back on defaty payment. These goods dll b sold very ehep, and n be eon a o resl M.M. Jotm- z. Phone 2g6-R. *49-tf OR AI.E--Rice Pop Corm at five n a pound. W.. D. Heuthman, Route 1. Ortonill, Minn. OR SALE--Sck o hay, t or five tons Loted 2 miles north a 2 tcs east of Ortonille W. D. l{eathn,a, Route 1. Orton- ville. Mtnn f /DR SALe--An meunar, priced ry anabl Inqui of M. A. B Kaereh or. _ __ 49"L_ AY KlDS--Orton Boxel$ ]uve '/5 good roller skates in A-I condi- tion. Steel rollers with bal br- inga, all izes, and only 75 a pair. :gUGS WOVEN--I viii weave rag ' gs from now on at the horo ot my son, A. s. HRs. pricerS7 in, ddo. 65c: 3O Ln..side, 7. r S J. HalIa. "47.tt LEGAL NOTICES [ J OBITUARY I[ ODESSA ] ,awa L,nS lm TO FIL cms Elias Lying Seling l, as ; ega. s,., o 1.* S,.,eL This community was gafly shk- . . nese au o, o one,  ' " " '    ,' lia Eyseng, bn !vase,l away at hi Mike Fereh of Minneapolis eallod TA O MI::SOTA, Co.n ot Big 2d to hear of tixe sudden death of %V]nesda} , .* o, aam:,.:,no,, u,, d.y , farm home on Frdiay evening Aplii on old friends,Monday. * ,'  eL,:t ]' 't 1, foIlowing a stroke of apoplexy Mr R.R Bomwasapassengr'o ,*s m u, ,e ,a do t  po, Mr. Lyseng who had bn in his usl  onLev eo on Thu a, , e.% .,o. s .te a b,* at. ,ood health suffed a partial stke " M" A I J q t's d "th oo.,,;. ,sa, a*oto.x,.t abou sxo'ek butwasabe oge r ,o era ppe n. =- < ...tthU.o o e use. e ngbe e'a t e h to W d . n ,>p,, , . .,  .d t . ater he wen on d. hut was over t Was lug n ednes ay. ..... jmment attd ahow*D  ,h ehlms ious* There being only ne of the caller in Ortnville Wednesday. "d '" be P"tc wtm" th m a" boys at home, help wag obtained fm "t .ue i be stvn b the rebl}e the neighbors, and he doctor sa- ,,, ol tt,, o, i t om Ien. maned. Mr. byseng rallied and it was thought he would menor, but sn R. B. HUDSON, anothe r shock followed and in spite {First Pub april 13 w} of all that could be done he passed ORDER FOR EAmNP awaY. His death came as a ternble FOR SALF*--Wlll have g f ttmg aUMMO$. of sggs fm my prize winning sin. sAe OF mUNOTA. gle Comb Rhode Island Reds. For c  mz s. le at $1.50 for 15. Teephone 19S. i mm COmZT 48 2 Sxth Jolll Dl*t, GO CART--Bwn Reed, earJy mw  d For sae at low prI Phone 23J. zl   . x,. v. a... Wadds. 27-tf , t. p. Orlonlife. Minn.  SXTZ ng at 10c pe yard. Mrs. A, L. oed' aa  LIGHT HAULINGFor light haxfling[ m . t and piol  J. H. ff'gson, Or- rir, it hi. offi m t ettr of Onviue tonvllle. Minn 48-Z  r ,1 of thl, mmo* a yon FOR SALE--Hatching Eggs, fro ,o fu m ,wer t. m /slt witbu Single C o m b White Lgho he Im aCo,ar tb vlinfl m th;. **to, an which 01 Jgengdahl now lives. AI he tim of Ixls death, Mr. Lysen the owner of a splendid 20 aer In 1 he w u.ited in marag m Rasmlne Jorgens. In this unon *ight children were bo ta them, oJ whom four are dead. Funeral .services for Elias Lysen wz held Tuesday afteoon al St. Pastil eherch of which h w member and intet was made ir he S Pauli cemetery. Rev. S. M Moo ad Roy. J. Walsoth omciated. H is suiv by th widow and fnur i :hildn. Mrs. Rufus Gje.gdahl of' 0rtonville and Benny Melvin and Era- i ma, who live at th fa home. I Ruth Knowlton. the follong eo.nt nf the dath i f Ruth Rnowltam foerly nf Clin- ton, i taken from th Onnia New, of Onamia, Minnesota. 'Cow was very much saddened who. dth took away from r noo and eommumty gth Knowlton. who dled at the Isle h- pital wh she hao n taken a te days hen. She had bn about wks but no ays wal.g. year high scheoI all tonality progrs nd he s ad- ehl wilt  Ig rl Se dU be greatly mi by th whole sChl, large and small and especially by her tethers a.d class The high s.hool boys acted as pall bearers and the gs as honor* ry pall bearers. The high hool girls .g the hans, 'Face *o P." d ed wq Take Ca of Ynu,' In a .ple.dhl muur as it ws a very hazd part for her eIass tes to be ap to do. The floral offr).gs from th ehl, Sunday *chool. Ldies Aid. far- loop and rieudshlp the our&y held for Ruth. She s the yore,gear wo isters, Mary d of wieh could not be psent. Mr. and M. Fmowlton and sisters nd the snpat.hy nf the James O. LaLand. James O. LLond died at Ms home n Odes on Aplil 6, at the age f 8O Mr. LaLod w a pioneer far- mer of Big Stone County. He w Pullout. Canada. on Jn- ary 15, 1842. nd came to the United States on May 17, 1869. He was mar- Z C }mrdt vth inet in th on Saturday, April "o Brave Rain o Divot Traf. Plain Dealer. Bles dt aytMng. Mrs. R. L. Rothe retue,t fm Browns Valley, Minu., on Monday. W. J. Wicklow of S Paul was i. town Fiday calling on his patens. Clara Olin ee up fm Mante- vid Friday to spend a week ith he parents. . ' M. P. C. Larso left Monday fol Gartson, S. D., to visit her slter Miss Minnie Olson. Mrs. Frank West of Coen aive Wednesday to help ea for her sic father, J. J. LaLond. Rv. and Mrs. Agte and Mrs. A. M Semrau we among the Ortouv,lh shoppr on Wndnesday. Mm. Justine LLond went  Min neapoIIs Monday with hr son, A. G LaLond for a short islt. Mr. and M. George LaLcnd n Ne Rockford. N. D. arrived Thu- ay to visit his father, J. J. LaLond. Jim LaLond ef Oell. N. Y., ar- rived Friday, being ealed on aeeount f the rous illness f hls father, J. L LaLond. Miss Otlle M*liat, a teacher of the Cladssa Pubne Shools, arved Saturday to spen her Easter vaea- tlan with her parents, Re. and M. Me]inat. about twenty little folks gathered at the home of l.uena Strei on Friday fm 4:OO to 7:O0 p. m. to help hr elebrate her tenth birthday. Ever]one thoroly enjoyed themselves. The mmbrs of the U. B. Chuh gave Re. and Mrs. Agte a faweU -- party at th Villa Iall Monday ev ning. We gret volt much tha they a leaving this field but wish them success in teir new fiId of labor. School ed Friday for a week's vatio. Supt. DeGef Ifl that owning to aen a mtmg of Super- into.dents which is bng hId i. St. Paul. Miss Contsn Isolany wen tb SinsL S. D.; to visit latives. Mss Margarot Little nutted tn Madison, Minn.. to visit h1 parents thr and Miss Mac DeGef will speno aer ya- rn*ion wi*h her arents at Bi Stone City. Card oi Tha.k. We wish to extend nut nnee thanks to rhnse who so kindly as- sisted us dunng our eent beav- met. and for the beautiful fior] of- eri.gs and ath xtended Mrs. Rasmine Lysen d ehildrer Mr. and M. R. N. GjpngdahL Choice Cuts of the best Meats await you here, And you may order by phone with assurance that you will receive just what you want. The Pioneer Meat Market J, L DA.N Chastpion Prize winners at Big Stone County Show. $5.00 per I00. uareteed 8 1r een fertility &ibrt Drickon, Phone 5-F-1L O tonvi11 M].. 4S PASTUR FOR CA2rLE--I have ptute for 2O head of ttl for nt. Swan pterso Ortonvll, Minn., phone -F-21. 49-2 FOR SALE--Baby ear, age d kit- hen cabaret Frlcl vry an- able. Mrs. A, C. $ger, Orton- dlle. 49-., --THE INDIENDENT IS $2,OO A TSAR--AND WORTH IT. w. c. Ps (Fir Pub. i 1 w) A girl isn't a el just because he ha a rleh sottlng. Pmsperlty bulbs are ha the hob hoe fo spring delivery. Be a killing frost that may nip their oL Iattle boy, is your mother engaged ? Come in and I will see. I think she t mald. Seeds! Seeds! Seeds! The#largest shipment ever shipped to Oltonille including all kinds of gms d fo eds, la gm a4 whlte clover, to be sold at  Iowst ps- slbie figu. It  an established fact that grass d stock must take th glaee of wheat on high priced land, and this spring is going t be an ideal sprin for ding grass plenty of molstu an4 the outlo f huies is ffe. Everbody knows that our Seed Co gl stisf*ion. 'Be WisBuy Shult's Sed Corm, o Lake .View Feed & Mill Co. Ortonvllle Feed Store. ',Wl 11 at wholemle) Larson, Clinton Lad, Wins ; Free Trip to State Fair: ----  Turkeys The four Cli, on boyg who a ende the Bos and Girls Shoi Course at Stag Monis reurnl home on Saturday uight, well pleased with their four das sojomn there. Alvin Larson wing Egg: to the Minnesota State Fair v.inner of the filst prize on stock judg ing, which entitles him to a free tap To AU Our Friends and Patrons We Extend Best Wishes For a Joyous Easter A. C. SAEGER Old Age Proctection When you are young and your earn- ing power s at a maximum is the time to save your money. Then as it accumu- lates invest it in standard Bonds that will yield you a substantial income when you have passed the producing stage of life. This entire institution is at your com- mand to help you to decide upon a savings plan suited to your needs and we will also be glad to tell you about the different Boni Issues which make good invest- ment& First National Bank Ortonvill. Minn. Why not Buy Locally Everything is in Your Favor to do so? The SPIT-FIRE is manufactured in guaranteed to save tenance. Buy of tls right here at home, right here to see that you get the service you promised, If 'you buy a SPIT-FIRE satisfied. in and let us show it to bled, before you buy. Ortonville Auto Supply Company ! HALLS & rAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, APRIL , WANT ADS $ RATES--Ten cents per line per in- sertion. Minimum charge 25 cents. Payment for want-ads in advance will be appreciated; the book-keep. er will thus be relieved of the work of keeping many small accounts. FOUND--Ladies' Fur Muff. Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Ortonville Independent. 46-* FOR SALE--Buick 4 touring car, in first class condition. 1918 modl. Mrs. Edna Krier, owner. Sold reas- onable if taken soon. Inquire of Henry Hovde, R. F. D., Odessa, Minn. 47-3 FOR SALEPre-bred Single Comb White Leghorn Hatching Eggs. $4 per hundred. Heavy laying strain. Julia Peterson, Ortonvilte, Minn. Phone 5-F-21. 48-3 FOR SALE--Rhode Island Red Eggs, $3.00 per hundred. Mrs. George Holm, goute 3, Ortonville. 45-5 LOST--One Horsehide Robe, on the Clinton road, between Geier's cor- ner and Zummach's. Finder re- tm-n to the Independent for liberal reward. 49-1 FOR RENT--For the season, Dix Wilbur cottages on the Peninsula, Ortonville, Minn. Dr. Dix, 506 N. Xline St., Aberdeen, S. D., Phone 2548 44-tf HONEY FOR SALE---Extracted Hon- ey, amber color, at 10c per lb. Bring your cans. Swan Peters'on, Orion- villa, Minn., Phone 5-F-2L 49-2 FOR SALE--Pure Grimm Alfalfa seed at 4Oc per pound. Also a small lot of timothy seed. Phone Henry Witte, Ortonville, 10-F-4. 41-tf. FOR SALE--Hatching eggs from prize-winning Single Comb Rhode Island Reds. Price per 15, $1.50. MI. J. P. Johnson, Ortonville, Minn. Phone 195. FOR SALEAtl )ur household furni- ture and rugs. Telephone 266-R. M. M. Johnson. "46- FOR SALEI Sanitary couch, 2 ta- bles, 1 hardwood cupboard, 1 ice box; all in free condition. For fur- :her partioalars inquire at the office of the Ortonville Bollting Co. 49-1 FOR SAlvE -- Eggs for hatching. White Wyandottes and Barred Ply- month Rocks. Both breeds prize inners. $1.,00 per setting, $5.00 per hundred. Mrs. J. H. Chapman, Ortouville, Minn., Phone 212-L-2 47-3 FOR SALECheap, one good slight- ly used baby carriage. Tel. 2G6-R ]YL M. Johnson. *48  FOR SALERose Comb White \\;7  an dtte hatching eggs. Mru. Gem:? McAtlister, Ortonville, Minn. 'Phon( I0-F-23. *4-7 :FOR SALEHolstein Heifer, will be fresh this spring, Also two brood sows, due to farrow about May 1. C. ttennigson, four miles eas on state road. Tel. 9-F-11. 49-1 ;FURNITURE FOR SALE--We have two outfits of furniture and rugs that we have had to take back on defaulty payment, These goods will be sold very cheap, and can be seen a our residence. M. M. John- son. Phone 266:R. *49-tf FOR SALERice Pop Corn, at five cents a pound. W.. D.. Heathman, Route 1, Ortoncille, Minn. f ]rOR SALEStack of hay, about 4 or five tons. Located 2 miles north and 2 miles east of Ortonville.. W. D. Heathman, Route 1. Orton- ville, Minn.. f FIR SALEAn incubator. Priced very reasonable. Inquire of Mrs. A. B, Kaercher. 49-if [AY KIDS--Orion Brothers have 75 good roller skates in A-1 condi- tion. Steel rollers with ball bear- ir.g:, a!l sizes, and only 75c a pair. RUGS WOVEN--I will weave rag rugs from now on at the home of my son, A. S. Halls. Prices--27 in. wide, 65c; 30 in. wide, 75c. Mrs. S. J. Halls. *4%if ]gOR SALEWill have a few settings of eggs from my prize winning sin- gle Comb Rhode Island Reds. For sale at $1.50 for 15. Telephone 195. Mrs. J. P. Johnson. 48-2 -O CARTBrown Reed, nearly ne w. For sale at low price. Phone 23!-J. Ortonville, Minn. IEMSTITCHING--Wfll do hemstitch- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L: Waddans. 27-tf-c LIGHT HAULING--For light hauling , and plowing see J. H. Jackson, Or- tonvill, Minn. 48-2 FOR SALEHatching Eggs, from Single Comb White Leghorns. Champion Prize winners at Big Stone County Show, $5.00 per 100. Guarmteed 85 per cent fertility. Albert Deri(on, Phone 5-F-11, Or- tonville, Minn. 48-3 PASTURE FOR CATTLEI have pasture for 20 head of cattle for lent. Swan Peterson, Ortonvill, Minn., phone 5-F-21. 49-2 FOR SALEBaby can-iage and kit- chen cabinet. Priced very reason- able. Mrs. A. C. Saeger, Orton- ville. 49-2. --THE INDEPENI}ENT IS $2.00 A YEAR--AND WORTH IT. 0 .:,!a, o j LEGAL NOTICES l I OBITUARY !t ORDER LIMITING TIME TO FILE CLAIMS Elias Lyseng. * AND EOR HEARING THEREON. Estate of Caroline Gjengdahl. This community was greatly shock-] STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Big 2d to hear of the suoden death of .,e. la I':AJae Com.t. lu the matter o lias Eyseng, who passed away at hi. u. csa-e ot Caroline GJenffdaiH. decedent. ,?,.L-, ot aunil::A;aLlon tlls day llavlng u r,an,:d to colai E, Gjengdaht, it s ,,,uerel a. the l,[nle Wltflln %vllieD all credit- ,'s tn tile above ,:amend decedent may pre- ..... C[.x.[Ab q'atnst his esta'e iu ths Court. x,. m d the same hereby is. limited m mx ,L*OYILh; II'Onl [i,i aft(r the date hereof; and m[ lmday, the 16th day of October, 1922, at z :00 o'cictk a. m., in the Probate Court J.ooms a the Court Houe:e at the City of Or- _onvil!e. in said County, be and the same creby is. fixed and appointed as the time _rid place [or hearing upon and the examina- O11, a(l; oS[nlent and allowance of such claims .s shall be presented within the time afore- cid Let nbtice hereof be given by the publica- ion et tins oroer in tile Ortonville Indepen- dent as provided by law. t, atcU Iprll 1Z, 192 '). R. B. HUDSON. ,Seal) Judge of Probate. First Pub. April 13 3w) ORDER FOR HEARING ON PETITION FOR oe'tTLLMENT OF ACCOUNT AND ON PETITION FOR DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR OR ADMINISTRATOR TATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big otone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the tate of Albert Zahrbock, deceased. On receiving and filing the petition of Emelie Zahrboek. representing, among other Haings, that she is the administratrix of the zstate of the above named decedent, and that he has fuhy administered said estate and filed her final account thereof ; and praying that a time and place bc fixed for hearing said peti- tion. the examination and allowance of said account, and the making and filing of the final decree of distribution of said estate: and hat a further time and place be fixed for the :,caring of sa:d petition for the discharge of stud administratrix, together with the sure- ties on her bond. It is ordered that said petition for the examination and allowance of said final ac- count and the fiiinr of the final decree in said matter be heard at the Probate Court Ofiice in the Court House at the City of Or- tonvilte, in said County of Big Stone. on Monday, the 8th day of May A. D.. 1922, at I0:00 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. It is further ordered that said petition for the discharge of said administratrix, together with the sureties on her bond be heard at the Proba.te Court office at the Court House, in the City of Ortonvtlle, in said County of Ir >nc, on Monday, the 8th day of May A. D. 1922, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon of aid cay at which time and place said ad- ministratrix of said estate will be allowed to make proof that she has complied with said iinal decree_ and with all the orders of this Court in said matter, and all persons inter- ested will be heard for and auainst said dis- charge of said administratrix and the sureties on her bond, It is further ordered that notice hereof be given to all parties interested by publishing this order, once in each week, for three suc- cessive weeks, prior o said day above speci- fied for the examination of said final account, in the Ortonvilie Independent, a weekly news- paper, printed and published a the city of Ortonville. in said County and State. Dated April 12 A. D. 1922. By the Court. R. B, HUDSON, (Seal) Judge of Probate. {First Pub. April 13 3w) SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Big Stone--as IN DISTRICT COURT Sixteenth Judicial District Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Odessa. a Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Harry T. Johnson, Defendant. You are hereby summoned and required to answer the comnlaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint is on file with !he Clerk of the above named Court, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, a his office in the city of Ortonville. in the County of Sig Stone. within twenty days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of h s-rvice, and if you fail to answer the ,id complain} within the time aforesaid, the mtit. m this action will. upon such failure, :e judtment a:zainst the defendant for the n of $595.o0 with interest thereon since the ] day of September. 1921, and the sum of I witi interest tbereon since March 1, 2i, and the sum of $14.24 with interest hereon since the 21st day of February, 1921, together'with plaintiff's costs and disburse- ments t herein. Dated April 13, 1921. W. C. PREUS, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. ,First Pub. April 13 3w) SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA. County of Big Stone--ss IN DISTRICT COURT Sixteenth Judicial District Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Odessa. a Corporation. Plaintiff, vs. Emil W. Johnson, Defendant You are herelw summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint is on file with the Clerk of the above named Court. and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville. in the County of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the aid complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will, upon such failure, take judgment against the defendant for the sum of $25.00 with interest thereon since the 22nd day of March, 1921, and in the sum of $39.25 with interest thereon since the 29th day of April 1921, and in the sum of $25.00 with interest thereon since the 25th day of June, 1921. and in the sum of $35.57 with interest hereon since the 251h day of June. 1921, and in the sum of $59.17 with interest thereon sin the 1st day of September, 1920, and in the sum of $34.83 with interest thereon since the 1st day of September, 1920. and in the sum of $126.76 with interest thereon since the 10th day of January, 1920, and in the sum of $182.00 with interest hereon since the 19th day of December, 1919. with attorney's fees of $50.00 for collecting the same, together with piaintiff's costs and disbursements thare- In. Dated April 13th, 1922. W. C. PREUS. Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonvtlle, Minn. (Fir Pub. April 13 3w) SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stene-ss IN DISTRICr COURT Sixteenth Judicial District !arrers & Merchants State Bank : )'f Odessa. a Corporation, Plaintiff. .TS, Emil . Johnson and Harry T. Johnson. Defendants. lI STATE OF MINNESOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You, and each of you, are hereby sum- moned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is on file with the Clerk of the above named Court, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the sub- scriber, at his office in the city of Ortonviile. in tle County of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fall to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will. upon such failure, take judgment against he defendants il lhe' sum of $1.Sl.50 with interest thereon since the 281h day of Septem- ber. 1921, together with plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein Dated April 13th. 1922. W. C, PREUS. Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville. Minn. (First Pub. April 13 3w) farm home on Frdiay evening, April 7, following a stroke of apoplexy. Mr. Lyseng, who had been in his usual good health suffered a partial stroke while doing the chores in his barn about six o'clock, but was able to get to the house. Felling better a little laer he went out doors, but was over- come and fell to the ground uncons- cious. Tilere being only vne of the boys at home, help was ,obtained from the neighbors, and .he doctor sum- moned. Mr. Lyseng rallied and it was thought he would recover, but soon another shock followed and in spite of all that could be done he passed away. His death came as a telcible shock o his family to whom he was a mos kind and loving husband an( father. Elias Lyseng was born in Valders Norway, in 1864. At the age of fou years he emigrated with his parents to A:merica, settling in Goodhue coun- ty, Minnesota, where they remained a short time, later moving to Benson, where they lived for three years. His parents were among the first home- steaders in Big Sbone County, having settled here in the year 1879. His fatler traded a team of ponies and a small amount of money to the In- dians for the old Lyseng homestead on which Ole Jgengdahl now lives. At the time of his death, Mr. Lyseng was the owner of a splendid 220 acre farm. In 1886 he was united in marriage to Rasmine Jorgenson. In his union, eight children were born to them, of whom four are dead. Funeral services for Elias Lyseng were held Tuesday afternoon at St. Pauli church of which he was a member and interment was made in the St. Pauli cemetery. Rev. S. M. Moe and Rev. J. Walseth officiated. He is survived by the widow and four children, Mrs. Rasmus Gjengdahl of Ortonville and Benny Melvin and Em- ma, who live at the farm home. Ruth Knowlton. The following account of the death of Ruth Knowhon, formerly of Clin- ton, is taken from the Onamia New.s, 'of Onamia, Minnesota. "Cove was very much saddened when the reaper of death took away from our school and community Ruh Knowlton, who died at the Isle h'os- pital where she had been taken a few days hence. She had been abnt fr(m school for a few weeks but no one realized her condition and she was taken with just a few days warning. She was in the second year high schooI and always took a very active part in all community programs and the shad- ow on the Cove school will be long felt. She will be greatly missed by the whole school, large and small and especially by her teachers and class mates. The'high school boys acted as pall bearers and the girls as honor- ary pall bearers. The high school girls sang the hynns, 'Face to Face,' and 'God Will Take Care of You,' in a splendid manner as it was a very hard part for her class mates to bear up o do. The floral offerings from the school, Sunday school, Ladies Aid. far- mers club and individuals, showed the love and friendship the community held for Ruth. She was the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Knvwlton's. eqhe leaves two sisters, Mary and Mrs. Williams and three brothers, two of wfiieh could not be present. Mr. and Mrs. Knowlton and sisters and brothers have the sympathy of the community." James O. LaLond. James O. LaLond died at his home in Odessa on April 6, at the age of 80 years. Mr. LaLofid was a pioneer far- mer of Big Stone County. He was born in St. Polieat, Canada, on Janu- alT 15, 1842, and came to the United States on May 17, 1869. He was mar- ried t,o 5ustina Poirier and the union was blessed with nine children, all of whom are living but one. Funeral services were conducted by C. Gerhardt with interment in the Odessa cemetery, on Saturday, April 8. '!Women Brave Rain to Direct Traf- fic."--Cleaveland Plain Dealer. Bless their hearts, they'd brave anything to direct anything. A girl isn't a jewel just because she has a rich setting. Prosperity bulbs are in the hot- house for spring delivery. Beware a killing frost that may nip their root. Little boy, is your mother engaged ? Come in and I will see. I think she is married. ODESSA I Seling has begun. H. H. Griese autoed to Ortonville '.Vedneday. Mike Fcrch of Minneapolis called on ohl friends Monday. Mrs. R. R. Bohn was a passenger, to Montevideo on Thursday. Miss Ada Ja!lo spent Sunday with her brother a Appleton. John Haney left on a business trip to Washington Wednesday. Miss Anna Edquist was a business caller in Ortonville Wednesday. Mrs. R. L. Rothe returned from Browns Valley, Minn., on Monday. W. J. Wicklow of St. Paul was in town Friday calling on his patrons. Clara Olson came up from Monte- video Friday to spend a week with her parents. Mrs. P. C. Larson left Monday for I Garretson, S. D., to visit her sister, I Miss Minnie Olson. [ Mrs. Frank West of Correll arrived Wednesday to help care for her sick father, J. J. LaLond. Rev. and Mrs. Agte and Mrs. A. M. Semrau were among the Ortonville shoppers on Wednesday. Mrs. Justine LaLond went ,o Min- neapolis Monday with her. son, A. G. LaLond for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. George LaLond of New Rockford, N. D. arrived Thurs- day to visit his father, J. J. LaLond. Jim LaLond of Orwell, N. Y., ar- rived Friday, being called on account of the serious illness of his father, J. J. LaLond. Miss Ottilie Melinat, a ,teacher of the Clarissa Public Schools, arrived Saturday to spend her Easter vaca- tion with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Melinat. .bout twenty little folks gathered at the home of Luella Strei on Friday from 4:00 to 7:00 p. m. to help her celebrate her tenth birthday. Everyone thoroly enjoyed themselves. The members of the U. B. Church gave Rev. and Mrs. Agte a farewell party at the Village Hall Monday eve- ning. We regret very much that they are leaving this field but wish them success in their new field of labor. School closed Friday for a week's vacation. Supt. DeGreef left that evening to attend a meeting of Super- intendents which is being held in St. Paul. Miss Contsance Isolany went tb Sinai, S. D., to vi.it relatives. Miss Margaret Little autoed to Madison Minn., to visit her parents there and Miss Mae DeGreef will spend her va- cation with her parents at Big Stone City. Card of Thanks. We wish to extend our sincece thanks to those who so kindly as- sisted us during our recent bereave- ment, and for the beautiful floral of- ferings and %mpathy extended. Mrs. Rasmine Lyseng and children, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Gjengdahl. hoice Cuts of the best Meats await you here. And you may order by phone with assurance that you will " receive just what you want. The Pioneer Meat Market J. J. DANN Seeds! Seeds! Seeds! qhe largest shipment ever shipped to Orten511e including all kinds of grass and forrage seeds, lawn grass and white clover, to be sold at the lowest pos- sible figure. It is an established fact that grass and stock must take the place of wheat on high priced land, and this spring is going to be an ideal spring for seeding grass plenty of moisture and the outlook for business- is fine. Everybody knows that our Seed Corn gives satisfaction. "Be Wise---Buy Shuit's Seed Corn." Lake .View F ed & Mill Co. Ortonville Feed Store. (Will sell at wholesale) Larson, Clinton Lad, Wins Free Trip to State Fair The four Clinton boys who attended the Boys and Girls Short Course at Morris returned home on Saturday l night, well pleased with their four days sojourn there. Alvin Larson was winner of the first prize on stock judg- ing, which entitles him to a free trip re the Minnesoza State Fair. LOCAL MARKET Tracy-Shumaker Turkeys, dressed Geese .......................................... Ducks ........................................ Stags .......................................... Hens Old Roosters ............................ Eggs ............................................ C ream ........................................ Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ToAll Our Friends and Patrons We Extend Best Wishes For a Joyous Easter A. C. SAEGER Old Age Proctection When you are young and your earn- ing power is at a maximum is the time to save your money. Then as it accumu- lates invest it in standard Bonds that will yield you a substantial income when you have passed the producing stage of life. This entire institution is at your com- mand to help you to decide'upon a savings plan suited to your needs and we will also be glad to tell you about the different Boncl Issues which make good invest- ments. First National Bank Ortonville, Minn. Why not Buy Locally Everything is in Your Favor to do so? The SPIT-FIRE is manufactured in OrtonviUe and absolutell guaranteed to save you money on battery tenance. Buy of us right here at home, and we ar right here to see that you get the service you promised. If you buy a SPIT-FIRE you will satisfied. If you have not seen the in and let us show it to you in pieces and bled, before you buy. i T ortonville Auto & - Supply Company HALLS & HENDRICKSON, !