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APRIL 27, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE i @ PERSONAL, SOCIAL _ AND NEWS ITEMS Sam Storm of C0rrell'was a busi- caller here today. L. P. Everson and son Amer were L visitors Monday. ,, forget "The Rose Maiden at Orpheum Friday evening. Kenneth CarLberg of Sisseton, S. D., an Ortonville visitor Sunday. G. Wagner of Corona was operated at the local hospital Monday. Dr. A. M. Strom spent Sunday in returning here Monday. Miss Florence Hawkinson of Benson here the fore part of the week. W. D. Gowan visited with his fam- in Montevideo over the week-end. Don't forget "The Rose Maiden" at Orpheum Friday evening, April Foster Broadbent of Appleton vis- with relatives in this city Sun- Miss Alice Tomlin of Bellingham with friends in this city Sun- Ed. Lundgren of Correll visited his Lewis Lundgren here lastFri- Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Olson of Clin- transacted businets here Wednes- A. Roske and M. Luchsinger of Cor- were business callers here Tues- E. B. Persson went to Minneapolis to attend to business mat- Hipple drove to Canby, Minn., where he attended to business Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bram and chin were down from near Beardsley I. J. Holman of Granite Falls spent at the home of his son, K. A. Art. Kuehn and Elmer Kamlah were visitors the latter part of week. John Gowan made a business trip Wing, Minn., the latter part of week. L. Cliff retm'ned the foe part of from a business trip to the cities. Jenks and sister, Madge, of were visitors in this city Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woods were from Correll Monday evening for few hours. ,Ed. O'Neill and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Graceville called at the Palm Monday. H, Bolsta and Jackson rum- attended to business matters in Tuesday. W. H. Zeiher of the First National of Graceville, was a business here Saturday. Mrs. Edith Lug left Tuesday for a of several days with friends and in Appleton. "Bill" Randall, who has been ill for days, is again on the job at Coderre Barber shop. Dr. A. M. Storm and Rallbh Gun- drove to Wheaten today for short visit with friends. George Vissers of Milbank is receiv- medical treatment at the Evan- hospital in this city. Howard Kaercher had an ear badly while vaulting on the school Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chrisman re- Saturday from a week's visit friends in the twin cities. Mrs. William Mills of Clinton visit- the latter part of the week at the Adolphson home in this city. The N. K. W. Club was entertained evening by Ben Hess, Jr., and usual good time enjoyed by all. Iiss Myrtle Korte, who has been a at the local hospital, returned home in Big Stone Monday. Floyd Pomroy of Montevideo visit- at the Campbell and Bertelon here for a few days this week. Mrs. F. E. Randall of Ludden, N. D., Monday night and is visiting F. Shumaker home in this city. and Mrsr. Thomas Kleven of Minn., attended the funeral Bolsta hero Friday afternoon. ictor Nordquist of Stockholm, S. a guest at the Ben Nordquist th latter part of the week. Littleton of Graceville stop- ; off here Tuesday on his way to where he is attending school. Chapman arrived Wednesday from Minneapolis and is visit- with friends and attending to matters here for a few days. iss Helen Hubbart is expected to tomorrow from Pasadena, Cal., she has been spending the win- Carrie Asplund and son Ed- Mrs. Andrew Hanson of Clin- were Ortonville shoppers yester- U. Herzog went to Sisseton, where he transacted busi- returning to his hame here to- F. E. Davison and Miss Fran- Cochran are assisting at the Pi- store during their sale this L. McDowell drove to Minne- Monday on business. He will his parents at Hutchinson on- Misses Anna and Appelonia of Bellingham were busness here the fore part of the P. Zimmerman and Jack Mielke Morris drove to this city Wednes- where they attended to business Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roder of Glencoe the funeral of their son-n- Fred Mittelstadt, Thursday af- The Misses Helen Birkenmeyer, Elizabeth Kahler and SteUa Heath- man walked to Odessa and return on Saturday, ,Miss Mable Kaereher is suffering from, an infection on her left foot and i,s at the Evangelical hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hall of Brit- ton, S. D., returned to their home Sunday after attending the Ole Bolsta funeral Friday. Carl Grosenick was a Minneapolis visitor for several Hays this week. He made the trip by car, and returned home yesterday. Barney Falkens of Clinton stopped off here Tuesday on his way to Chi- cago where he was called by the ill- ness of a daughter. Claude Gowan was a business caller in Montevideo Friday. Miss Betty Gowan returned home with him for a few days visit" here. Charles Pfiefer of Big Stone City lost a finger on his left hand one day last week, while repairing fences near the canning factory. Miss Pearl Gofer spc::t the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Gofer, of this city, returning to Sioux Falls Monday. Charles McCarthy of Aberdeen, S. D., who has theatre interests in this dity, was a business caller here the fore part of the week. Mrs. Christina Olson, who has been making her home with her son, L. B. Olson, injured her knee badly in a fall Wednesday night. The Civic League will be entertain- ed at the Library club rooms next Monday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Mrs. C. C. Olsen wilt be hostess. Mrs. L. J: Regan left Monday for her home in Chicago after an extend- ed visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Julia Martinson, in this city. Mrs. Garfield Clemens of St. Paul arrived the fore part of the week for an extended visit at the hme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Matzoll. Chester 01son and Emil 0stlind re- turned from Minneapolis Saturday with a new International truck pur- chased for the 0rtonvitle Implement Co. Mrs. AI. Janes and baby daughter, of Vermillion, S. D., are guests this week at the home of Mrs. Janes' par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gold, of Big Sone City. Jerry Larmel, of Green Valley, at- tended to business matters here last Saturday. While here he visited at the home of his sister, Mrs. Henry Hausauer. Benjamin Argile of Chicago arrived this afternoon to look after his farm- ing interests here. He is owner of a farm located about four miles north- east of here. In a letter to a friend here Miss Sue Millard, who is a pharmacist in a drug store at Frederic, Wis., states that Art Larson is a patient at the hospital there. William Drewein of Clinton recent- ly accepted a position with the N. W. Bell Telephone Company in Minne- apolis, where he expects to remain for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson drove to Morris the latter part of the week to visit friends. Mr. Anderson re- turned Sunday but Mrs. Anderson remained for a longer visit. Mr. and M. Ray Chrisman re- turned to this city Friday, after a few days visit in Minneapolis. They drove a new Ford coupe out, which they traded theri Haynes car for. Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Karn "and chil- dren and Mrs. Mary Karn motored to the city early Tuesday morning. They attended the funeral of Mrs." H. W. Palm at St. Paul in the afternoon. Miss Helen Olson of Redwood Falls, Minn., is a guest this week at the J. C. Sanborn home in this city. Miss Olson was formerly employed as stenographer at the Cliff and Purcell law office. i i i i i Mr. and Mrs. Hoken Anderson and daughter Olga, arrived the latter part of the week from San Jose Califor- nia, where they have been making their home, and have moved into their residence here. Mrs. Mary McCord expects to leave the first of the week for Springfield, Minn., to join her daughter, Mrs. Gee. Van Aseh. The Van Asch's recently purchased a hotel there and have taken possession of same. Milton Malmquist arrived Saturday from Appleton, Wis., where he has been playing in an orchestra for the past several months, and will visVc for a time at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Malmquist. Mr. and Mrs. John :Timm left the first of th week for Granite Falls where Mr. Timm has been engaged to assist Harry South in the Oil Fill- ing Station. The Timms leased their home to Mr. G. C. Tyler who took possession this week. Mr. and Mrs. Schlosser of Minne- apolis arrived the first of the week am| will make their home in this city. They have rented the Kahler apart- ments on second stree and will take immediate possession, the Kahlers moving to their cottage on the Penin- sula. Announcements are received of the marriage of Miss Isabel Ostrander to Roy Haight, which occurred at the home of the bride in Portage, Wis., on April 19. Miss Ostrander was formerly a resident of this city, mov- ing from here to Davenport, about two years ago. I OBITUARY I Frank Albert Chelberg. Frank Albert Chelberg died at the age of 48 years at his home in Bel- lingham, on April 20. Mr. Chelberg was born on January 22, 1874, in the town of Leon, Good- hue County, Minnesota. He was married to Ella Gurina Ronclahl, of Swedona Township, Swift County, on Nov. 30, 1901. To this union were born five children, namely, Alice Ber- tha, Ray Rondahl, Clarence Clifton, Florence Eleanor and Hazel Helen, who together with Mrs. Chelherg are left to mourn his loss. Funeral services were held from the St. Pauli Norwegian Church at Bellingham on Saturday, April 23, with Rev. John Walseth officiating. [or Better lle,dth Drink More Milk Your Doctor will tell you that Milk is the healthiest beverage you and your family can drink-- but i t must be pure. Careful supervision of each step from cow to y o u insures the purity of our Milk and Cream. 00(Rolen Dairy Auction Sale Saturday, May 13th Clean-up of new and second hand mbrchan- dise. In order to make room for new goods we are going to let you have these items at your own price. Each bid must be in a sealed envelope and state clearly the item or items bid on together with the name and address of the bidder. All bids must be in by noon Saturday, May 13th. 1 New Stewart Coal Range. Reservoir and closet. Regular Sale price $75.00 1 Crystal Electric Washer (New). Cylinder Type, swinging wringer. Regular Sale Price ............................................ $135.00 1 No. 12 DeLaval Separator (Second Hand) 1 Milwaukee Separator (Second Hand) 1 Maytag Multi-motor Washing Machine (Second Hand) SEE THIS MERCHANDISE ON SALE Ortonville Hardware Co. NEW "RED BABY" ARRIVES Barney Ostlind Returns From Cities With Brightest Wagon. Emil Osttind has'just returned from Minneapolis with a brand 'new "Red Baby". No evening sun was ever half so red--no barn ever grinned with agtonishment at the world with anything like as red a coat of paint. Barney says it has come to stay and o serve the people of this commun- ity. It is not only a bright looking "Baby" but it is a speedy one and it is going to be on the job every min- ute of the day. It is said thal in the last thirty days over 500 of these "Red Babies" have gone out to as many McCormick-Deering dealers to serve the farmers in the state of Minnesota. While in Minneapolis Mr. Ostlind was a guest of the International Harvester Co., and attended a large dealers meeting and banquet. On Wednesday morning of last week 100 of these "Red Babies" formed a parade over some of the principal streets of Minneapolis. This parade, while pleasing in itself, silently impressed everyone as a genuine symbol of a return to prosperity. LOCAL MARKET Wheat, No. 1 .......................... $1.45 Durham .................................... 1.17 Oats ........................................... 28 Barley ......................................... 46 Corn ........................................... 41 Rye ............................................. 86 Flax .......................................... 2.45 Turkey's dressed ................... 30 Hens ........................................... 20 Geese ......................................... 12 Ducks ......................................... 15 Stags ......................................... 15 Roosters ..................................... 10 Eggs ........................................... 20 Butterfat ................................... 32 For Dinner T0-night How about a nice Rib Roast. Or perhaps, one of the other fresh, sty Meat specials e have ready. The Pioneer Meat Market J. J. DANN i I II I Good News in Every Bank Book smali t.ough the Bank Po0k is, if you practice Thrift, it will always hold more good new.s for you than even the 4ally news. - It will always bring a smile .nd strengthen your hopes of a prosperous future. If you want an incentive, jus take what few dollars you can spare this week, bring them to us and start a Savings Account. We will add interest. ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, Ass't. Cashier. I '1 i i X , JUST RECEIVED Car Load of John Deere Farm Machinery ShiPment Includes Planters, Cultivators and Spreaders. If you are in need of a planter you will be war/ting it within the next ten days. Why no come in now and place your order. PRICES ARE MATERIALLY REDUCED. ORTOI1VILLE - M I NNF..SOTA * I I IIIII I The FOUR HORSEME'N of the A P O C ALYP S E "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" took more than six months to complete. Upwards of 12,000 per- sons were engaged. More than 125,000 tons of masonry, steel, lum. ber, furniture and shrubberyin excess of the material used in the Woolworth building were used in construct, ing the massive set- tings. More than 500,000 feet of raw film was ex- posed in the taking of t h e picture, which, when shown on the screen will not exceed 10,000 feet. An Epic of Modern Life that has thrilled 10,000,000 A m e r i c a n Readers and many more the world over ORPHEUM Theatre - Ortonville ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT, at 8:00 MAY 2-3 ADULTS 55c--CHILDREN 25c WANT to Put a AD Work for you. , i I In order to make room for other goods we are going to offer our entire stock of Sheboygen Mattresses at greatly reduced prmes. Sale beans Friday Morning, April 28 Look over these prices: Prides--Regular Price ................ $10.50 GemsRegular Price ................ 11.50 Invincibles---Regular Price ........ 12.50 VictorsRegular Price .............. 16.00 Restwells--Regular Price .......... 16.50 S, M. C/s--Regular Price .......... 24.00 Sale Price .................................... $ 8.75 Sale Price ...................................... 9.25 Sale Price ...................................... 9.75 Sale ]thrice ...................................... 12.75 Sale Price ...................................... 13.75 Sale Price .............. : ....................... 19,75 This is mattress season. This not last long at these prices. stock will The Schoe l.Swenson Furniture Co. Ortonvflle, Minnesota APRIL 27, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE i @ PERSONAL, SOCIAL _ AND NEWS ITEMS Sam Storm of C0rrell'was a busi- caller here today. L. P. Everson and son Amer were L visitors Monday. ,, forget "The Rose Maiden at Orpheum Friday evening. Kenneth CarLberg of Sisseton, S. D., an Ortonville visitor Sunday. G. Wagner of Corona was operated at the local hospital Monday. Dr. A. M. Strom spent Sunday in returning here Monday. Miss Florence Hawkinson of Benson here the fore part of the week. W. D. Gowan visited with his fam- in Montevideo over the week-end. Don't forget "The Rose Maiden" at Orpheum Friday evening, April Foster Broadbent of Appleton vis- with relatives in this city Sun- Miss Alice Tomlin of Bellingham with friends in this city Sun- Ed. Lundgren of Correll visited his Lewis Lundgren here lastFri- Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Olson of Clin- transacted businets here Wednes- A. Roske and M. Luchsinger of Cor- were business callers here Tues- E. B. Persson went to Minneapolis to attend to business mat- Hipple drove to Canby, Minn., where he attended to business Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bram and chin were down from near Beardsley I. J. Holman of Granite Falls spent at the home of his son, K. A. Art. Kuehn and Elmer Kamlah were visitors the latter part of week. John Gowan made a business trip Wing, Minn., the latter part of week. L. Cliff retm'ned the foe part of from a business trip to the cities. Jenks and sister, Madge, of were visitors in this city Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woods were from Correll Monday evening for few hours. ,Ed. O'Neill and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Graceville called at the Palm Monday. H, Bolsta and Jackson rum- attended to business matters in Tuesday. W. H. Zeiher of the First National of Graceville, was a business here Saturday. Mrs. Edith Lug left Tuesday for a of several days with friends and in Appleton. "Bill" Randall, who has been ill for days, is again on the job at Coderre Barber shop. Dr. A. M. Storm and Rallbh Gun- drove to Wheaten today for short visit with friends. George Vissers of Milbank is receiv- medical treatment at the Evan- hospital in this city. Howard Kaercher had an ear badly while vaulting on the school Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chrisman re- Saturday from a week's visit friends in the twin cities. Mrs. William Mills of Clinton visit- the latter part of the week at the Adolphson home in this city. The N. K. W. Club was entertained evening by Ben Hess, Jr., and usual good time enjoyed by all. Iiss Myrtle Korte, who has been a at the local hospital, returned home in Big Stone Monday. Floyd Pomroy of Montevideo visit- at the Campbell and Bertelon here for a few days this week. Mrs. F. E. Randall of Ludden, N. D., Monday night and is visiting F. Shumaker home in this city. and Mrsr. Thomas Kleven of Minn., attended the funeral Bolsta hero Friday afternoon. ictor Nordquist of Stockholm, S. a guest at the Ben Nordquist th latter part of the week. Littleton of Graceville stop- ; off here Tuesday on his way to where he is attending school. Chapman arrived Wednesday from Minneapolis and is visit- with friends and attending to matters here for a few days. iss Helen Hubbart is expected to tomorrow from Pasadena, Cal., she has been spending the win- Carrie Asplund and son Ed- Mrs. Andrew Hanson of Clin- were Ortonville shoppers yester- U. Herzog went to Sisseton, where he transacted busi- returning to his hame here to- F. E. Davison and Miss Fran- Cochran are assisting at the Pi- store during their sale this L. McDowell drove to Minne- Monday on business. He will his parents at Hutchinson on- Misses Anna and Appelonia of Bellingham were busness here the fore part of the P. Zimmerman and Jack Mielke Morris drove to this city Wednes- where they attended to business Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roder of Glencoe the funeral of their son-n- Fred Mittelstadt, Thursday af- The Misses Helen Birkenmeyer, Elizabeth Kahler and SteUa Heath- man walked to Odessa and return on Saturday, ,Miss Mable Kaereher is suffering from, an infection on her left foot and i,s at the Evangelical hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hall of Brit- ton, S. D., returned to their home Sunday after attending the Ole Bolsta funeral Friday. Carl Grosenick was a Minneapolis visitor for several Hays this week. He made the trip by car, and returned home yesterday. Barney Falkens of Clinton stopped off here Tuesday on his way to Chi- cago where he was called by the ill- ness of a daughter. Claude Gowan was a business caller in Montevideo Friday. Miss Betty Gowan returned home with him for a few days visit" here. Charles Pfiefer of Big Stone City lost a finger on his left hand one day last week, while repairing fences near the canning factory. Miss Pearl Gofer spc::t the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Gofer, of this city, returning to Sioux Falls Monday. Charles McCarthy of Aberdeen, S. D., who has theatre interests in this dity, was a business caller here the fore part of the week. Mrs. Christina Olson, who has been making her home with her son, L. B. Olson, injured her knee badly in a fall Wednesday night. The Civic League will be entertain- ed at the Library club rooms next Monday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Mrs. C. C. Olsen wilt be hostess. Mrs. L. J: Regan left Monday for her home in Chicago after an extend- ed visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Julia Martinson, in this city. Mrs. Garfield Clemens of St. Paul arrived the fore part of the week for an extended visit at the hme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Matzoll. Chester 01son and Emil 0stlind re- turned from Minneapolis Saturday with a new International truck pur- chased for the 0rtonvitle Implement Co. Mrs. AI. Janes and baby daughter, of Vermillion, S. D., are guests this week at the home of Mrs. Janes' par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gold, of Big Sone City. Jerry Larmel, of Green Valley, at- tended to business matters here last Saturday. While here he visited at the home of his sister, Mrs. Henry Hausauer. Benjamin Argile of Chicago arrived this afternoon to look after his farm- ing interests here. He is owner of a farm located about four miles north- east of here. In a letter to a friend here Miss Sue Millard, who is a pharmacist in a drug store at Frederic, Wis., states that Art Larson is a patient at the hospital there. William Drewein of Clinton recent- ly accepted a position with the N. W. Bell Telephone Company in Minne- apolis, where he expects to remain for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson drove to Morris the latter part of the week to visit friends. Mr. Anderson re- turned Sunday but Mrs. Anderson remained for a longer visit. Mr. and M. Ray Chrisman re- turned to this city Friday, after a few days visit in Minneapolis. They drove a new Ford coupe out, which they traded theri Haynes car for. Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Karn "and chil- dren and Mrs. Mary Karn motored to the city early Tuesday morning. They attended the funeral of Mrs." H. W. Palm at St. Paul in the afternoon. Miss Helen Olson of Redwood Falls, Minn., is a guest this week at the J. C. Sanborn home in this city. Miss Olson was formerly employed as stenographer at the Cliff and Purcell law office. i i i i i Mr. and Mrs. Hoken Anderson and daughter Olga, arrived the latter part of the week from San Jose Califor- nia, where they have been making their home, and have moved into their residence here. Mrs. Mary McCord expects to leave the first of the week for Springfield, Minn., to join her daughter, Mrs. Gee. Van Aseh. The Van Asch's recently purchased a hotel there and have taken possession of same. Milton Malmquist arrived Saturday from Appleton, Wis., where he has been playing in an orchestra for the past several months, and will visVc for a time at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Malmquist. Mr. and Mrs. John :Timm left the first of th week for Granite Falls where Mr. Timm has been engaged to assist Harry South in the Oil Fill- ing Station. The Timms leased their home to Mr. G. C. Tyler who took possession this week. Mr. and Mrs. Schlosser of Minne- apolis arrived the first of the week am| will make their home in this city. They have rented the Kahler apart- ments on second stree and will take immediate possession, the Kahlers moving to their cottage on the Penin- sula. Announcements are received of the marriage of Miss Isabel Ostrander to Roy Haight, which occurred at the home of the bride in Portage, Wis., on April 19. Miss Ostrander was formerly a resident of this city, mov- ing from here to Davenport, about two years ago. I OBITUARY I Frank Albert Chelberg. Frank Albert Chelberg died at the age of 48 years at his home in Bel- lingham, on April 20. Mr. Chelberg was born on January 22, 1874, in the town of Leon, Good- hue County, Minnesota. He was married to Ella Gurina Ronclahl, of Swedona Township, Swift County, on Nov. 30, 1901. To this union were born five children, namely, Alice Ber- tha, Ray Rondahl, Clarence Clifton, Florence Eleanor and Hazel Helen, who together with Mrs. Chelherg are left to mourn his loss. Funeral services were held from the St. Pauli Norwegian Church at Bellingham on Saturday, April 23, with Rev. John Walseth officiating. [or Better lle,dth Drink More Milk Your Doctor will tell you that Milk is the healthiest beverage you and your family can drink-- but i t must be pure. Careful supervision of each step from cow to y o u insures the purity of our Milk and Cream. 00(Rolen Dairy Auction Sale Saturday, May 13th Clean-up of new and second hand mbrchan- dise. In order to make room for new goods we are going to let you have these items at your own price. Each bid must be in a sealed envelope and state clearly the item or items bid on together with the name and address of the bidder. All bids must be in by noon Saturday, May 13th. 1 New Stewart Coal Range. Reservoir and closet. Regular Sale price $75.00 1 Crystal Electric Washer (New). Cylinder Type, swinging wringer. Regular Sale Price ............................................ $135.00 1 No. 12 DeLaval Separator (Second Hand) 1 Milwaukee Separator (Second Hand) 1 Maytag Multi-motor Washing Machine (Second Hand) SEE THIS MERCHANDISE ON SALE Ortonville Hardware Co. NEW "RED BABY" ARRIVES Barney Ostlind Returns From Cities With Brightest Wagon. Emil Osttind has'just returned from Minneapolis with a brand 'new "Red Baby". No evening sun was ever half so red--no barn ever grinned with agtonishment at the world with anything like as red a coat of paint. Barney says it has come to stay and o serve the people of this commun- ity. It is not only a bright looking "Baby" but it is a speedy one and it is going to be on the job every min- ute of the day. It is said thal in the last thirty days over 500 of these "Red Babies" have gone out to as many McCormick-Deering dealers to serve the farmers in the state of Minnesota. While in Minneapolis Mr. Ostlind was a guest of the International Harvester Co., and attended a large dealers meeting and banquet. On Wednesday morning of last week 100 of these "Red Babies" formed a parade over some of the principal streets of Minneapolis. This parade, while pleasing in itself, silently impressed everyone as a genuine symbol of a return to prosperity. LOCAL MARKET Wheat, No. 1 .......................... $1.45 Durham .................................... 1.17 Oats ........................................... 28 Barley ......................................... 46 Corn ........................................... 41 Rye ............................................. 86 Flax .......................................... 2.45 Turkey's dressed ................... 30 Hens ........................................... 20 Geese ......................................... 12 Ducks ......................................... 15 Stags ......................................... 15 Roosters ..................................... 10 Eggs ........................................... 20 Butterfat ................................... 32 For Dinner T0-night How about a nice Rib Roast. Or perhaps, one of the other fresh, sty Meat specials e have ready. The Pioneer Meat Market J. J. DANN i I II I Good News in Every Bank Book smali t.ough the Bank Po0k is, if you practice Thrift, it will always hold more good new.s for you than even the 4ally news. - It will always bring a smile .nd strengthen your hopes of a prosperous future. If you want an incentive, jus take what few dollars you can spare this week, bring them to us and start a Savings Account. We will add interest. ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, Ass't. Cashier. I '1 i i X , JUST RECEIVED Car Load of John Deere Farm Machinery ShiPment Includes Planters, Cultivators and Spreaders. If you are in need of a planter you will be war/ting it within the next ten days. Why no come in now and place your order. PRICES ARE MATERIALLY REDUCED. ORTOI1VILLE - M I NNF..SOTA * I I IIIII I The FOUR HORSEME'N of the A P O C ALYP S E "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" took more than six months to complete. Upwards of 12,000 per- sons were engaged. More than 125,000 tons of masonry, steel, lum. ber, furniture and shrubberyin excess of the material used in the Woolworth building were used in construct, ing the massive set- tings. More than 500,000 feet of raw film was ex- posed in the taking of t h e picture, which, when shown on the screen will not exceed 10,000 feet. An Epic of Modern Life that has thrilled 10,000,000 A m e r i c a n Readers and many more the world over ORPHEUM Theatre - Ortonville ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT, at 8:00 MAY 2-3 ADULTS 55c--CHILDREN 25c WANT to Put a AD Work for you. , i I In order to make room for other goods we are going to offer our entire stock of Sheboygen Mattresses at greatly reduced prmes. Sale beans Friday Morning, April 28 Look over these prices: Prides--Regular Price ................ $10.50 GemsRegular Price ................ 11.50 Invincibles---Regular Price ........ 12.50 VictorsRegular Price .............. 16.00 Restwells--Regular Price .......... 16.50 S, M. C/s--Regular Price .......... 24.00 Sale Price .................................... $ 8.75 Sale Price ...................................... 9.25 Sale Price ...................................... 9.75 Sale ]thrice ...................................... 12.75 Sale Price ...................................... 13.75 Sale Price .............. : ....................... 19,75 This is mattress season. This not last long at these prices. stock will The Schoe l.Swenson Furniture Co. Ortonvflle, Minnesota OII'OiB IINOIh'T PAG'R SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Sam Stone of Correil' ss Zler ere today. L. p. Everson d son Ar G. Wagner of Canna was operated ;Dr. A. M, pent Sunday Misa FIon Hawkic Gowan tsited with his J in Montevideo over the weekend. at Orpheum Friday evening, April city Sun- ty 8- t, K. A. visitors the later part of made a basiness trlp Mhn., the latter part of trip o the and stster, Madge, of w visitors in this city t of Grmmvfile m Monday. and Jaekn the First Neglect Graevtlle, was 3r here Saturday. Edith Luff lefft Tuesday for a fit of ral daya with friends and h been ill for days. is again on the jo at Ccde Barber ahop. M. Stem, and Ralph Gun- Wheaten today E Milbak is ceiv- anent at the Even- city. I{ord Kaeher had aa ear badly While 4*/ng n the shl Saturday fm a week's cities. the latter part of the wk at the Adolphso n home in tins cy. was entertained i eyeing b en Hess, Jr., d d time enjoyed by all. Myrtle Korte ho has been a spital. tumc Stv Monday. Cpbell am hare for a few days this week. nd is visiting ne  J this city. later. Thoreau Klein at at*end the ftmeral y etXern Needqlst of Stockholm, $. te tatter gart of the wk. here Tuesday from ingelis With frienda and attending t , Cal. son Ortonvale shoppers yester-; U. Hertog t to Siaseton, whe he transacted bus- turaing to bi h bare at the Pi- during flair sale this MeDowell drove to Mhan on bines. He will Aa and Appelonia Betlingham the fore part of the y Wed . where hey attended to business M. J Reder of Glenece Thursday *d. e Misses Helen walked to Ode d retu on aturday. Ml Mable er is suffering ft foot and is at the Evangelleal hospitm tatmen Mr. d Mrs. Marion Hail of I ton, S. D., tumed to their home Sday after attending the ale Boleta funeral Friday. Carl Gsenick was a Iineapolis made the trip by e. and home yesterday. Barney Fahens of Clinton stopped off he Tuesday on hs way to Ctd. cage where he was called by the ill- ns of a dauzhter. in Montevideo Friday. Miss Betty Gowan tumed home with bJm fVr a few days vJei here. Charles PfJefer of Big Stone City ot a finger o hs left ha.d one day last wk, ble repairing fe.ces near te cing ftory. Miss Pearl Geier spc:,t the wk- E. Geier, of th city, 1%turrng to Sioux Fails Monday. Charles McCarthy of Aberdeen, S. D., who h theat interests in this ty, was a business caller fo part of the wk. M, Christina arson, who has been making her home with her son, I B. OIson. injured her kn badly in a fall Wednesday night. ed at the Library ehab Monday afteoon a 3:O0 Mr L J: Regaa left Monday for . after  extend- ed vsit at the home of her mother, M, Julia Mertinn, in this airy. Ms. Garfield Clemens of S Paul ataved the fo extended visit at the h**,ne of her paints, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Matll. Chester Olso and Mr. and daughter alga, arrived the latter part of the k f San 2 vi whe they have been mng their home, slden he. M, Mary MeCord expects to ieave the first of the week for Springfield, Minn., to join her daughter M Gee. Van Aq, The Van Aseh's rntly purchased a hotel the and have taken passe.ion of same. Milton Malmqist arrived Saturday from Appleton, Wls., where he has been playing in an ohestra for the past veral months, and wilI visit for a time at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Malmquist. Mr. and Mrs. John 'Timm left the first of th wdek for Orite F:alls has been engaged to sist Hy South in the Oil Fill- ing Statmn. The Timms leased their G, C, Tyler possesslen this WL Mr. and Mrs. Sehl apolis arrived the first of the wk and vII make the h e e in this city. They have rented the Kahler apart- ments on immediate posssion, the moving to their ttag marriage of Miss Ibel Ostmder to Roy Haight, which urd at the in portag*, Wis,, on Apl 19. Miss Ostrder w formerly a sldent of this ehy, mov- ing from hen to Davenport, about two ,es ago. OBITUARY Chelberg died at age or 4 year llngm, on April 20. . Mr. Chelberg w bo en Janry 22, 1874, in the ton of Leon, Good- County, Minnesota. He was to Elba Guri Rondhl, of County, on from Mianolis Sturday Nov. 30. 1901. To this new lnteatioatd  pay bo fl children, nly, Alles Bar. aplement the, Ray Rondahl, Clae Cllfto, Crs.---- AI Eleanor and Ha=at Helen, of Vermillion. S. D., are guests tht let to mou la I par- Fu.ersi ra were held from of Big Norwegla. Chuh at Stone City. I of Gen Valle at- Bellingham on Saturday, Aplll 23, Jerq' hamme, Y' ]with Ray. John Walaeth off.luting. tarday. Wtdlo he he visited at the home of Ms sister. M. Henry Hauuer. Benjaroln Argdle ef CMgo arrived th aften to look after hl fad- hag intests he. In a letter to Sue Millard, whe s a pherthaeist in a dg sto at Frederic, Wle., sta*s Lemon is a patient at hpita the WitUam BII Telephone Comvany in Minn apolis, he , ............ [or Better Health Mr. and Mrs. Gas Aderson Drink More Milk to visit friends. Mr. Anderson re- Your Doctor will toll tutl Sunday hut Mrs. Andeon ou that Milk is the Y m. ad Ry healthiest beverage you and our family days slt in Minneapolls, They dve ean dr -- but i t ' Ford upe out, which they Haynes r for. mRst be pure. Dr. d Careful supervision of each step from cow to you insures the purity of our Milk Mis Helen Olaon of RIv*cod Fdls, artd Cream. Minn., i a guest this wk at the J. Oln wan foerly emp]olasd stgraphar at the Cliff d Auction Sale Saturday, May 13th Clean-up of new and second hand mrchan- disc. In order to make room for new goods we are going to let you have these items at your own plqee. Each bid must be in a sealed envelope and state cleai'ly the item or items bid on together with the name and address of the bidder. All bids must be in by noon Saturday, May 13th. I New Stewart Coal Range, Reservoir and closet. Regular Sale price $75.00 1 Crystal Rlectric Washer (New). Cylinder Type swinging wringer. Regular Sale Price ............................................ $135.00 1 No. 12 DeLaval Separator (Second Hand) l Milwaokee Separator (Second Hand) 1 Maytag Multi-motor Washing Machine (Second Hand) SEE THIS MERCHANDISE ON SALE 0rtonville Hardware Co. "RED BAISY  ARRIVES BaraeF (tUael Retmma From Citie With Brighter Wagon. Etml Ostind h'just turned fn Mleapoiis with a hd ,new "Red 1by'. No ening sun wee ever half so red--no ham ever grined with atonIshment at the world With anything like as red a at of paine. Barney says it has come to say and te serve the Iople of this n- ity. It is not only a brigh looking "Baby" but it is a speedy one and t i geing to be en the job every ndn day. It is said the( in the It thirty ,lays over 5OO of these "Red Babi ," have gone out to my McCormlek-Deering deaer to sere the farmers in the sat o [nneso Wlfile in Minneapolis Mr. Ostlln, was a guest of the lnteatio Hester Co., d attde4 a large dea}e meeting and banquet On Wednesday morning of last week 100 parade M princpaZ tmet. of i.nealls. This panda while pleasing in itself, siltIr inlpsed as a genuine symbol of a retu to prosperity. LOCAL MAaKET Wheat, No. 1 ...................... $1.4S Dham .......................... 1, Oats ........................... , .......... Barle .............................. 46 Corn ............................. 41 Rye ................................ S6 Flax ......................... 2.45 TUrkey's dssed ........ SO Hens ................ 2O G .............................. 12 Ducks .......................... 1 Stags ....................... 15 Roosters ............................... 10 Eggs : ................. 2O Butterfat ............................. 32 For Dinner To-night How about a nice Rib Roast. Or perhaps, one of the other fresh, tasty Meat specials we have ready. The Pioneer Meat Market $. J. DAhq Good :News in Every Bank Book SnteJ[ though the Bank Bok is if you ptlce Thrift it will always hold more good w' for Fen th even the 4aily news, It ,,d 11 awa.s bring  smile and st nghan y hopes of a pspeus fut. if you want an incentive, jus tke wha f dolla you can spa this week bri[ them to us d s a Savings AL We will add inteeesL ORTONVILLE STATE BANK lotto Cafln, PresidenL J. Star2, Ceam. ft. A. Stuck A. camb1. , JUST RECEIVED Car Load of-John Deere Farm Machinery Shipmt lnclt, des Planter. Cultivators att Sprde. If you a tn nd o a planter yen ill be wanting it witldu the nt ten day Why ot come in now and .oI yo order. PRICBS ARE MATERALLY REnUCED II The FOUR HORSEMEN of the APOCALYPSE 'rhe Four Horsemen ef the Apoeatpee" took mine thu  mtbs t. m4et Upwards ef 12,000 pe. JaM were egged. Mo th lrb000 ham of maJ*oal*, steel lam- ber, f.rniture art .hrabber---tn ex of the martial wed ha the Wuolwth hnlldlng were  Ja natruet. in s the mtmai*e at- tings. More than 500,000 feet ,o[ r film was - ; , in the ta e i the pl.r wlel wh aw. on the Ah Epic of Modern Life that has thrilled 10,00,00e American Readers and many more the world over ORPHEUM Theatre Ortonville ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT, at 8:00 MAY 2-3 ADULTS 55e--4CHILDREN  Put a WANT AD to Work for you. In order to make: room for other goods we are going to offer our entire stock of Sheboygen Mattresses at greatly reduced prices. Sale begins Friday Morning, April 28 Look over these prices: pridesRegula price ............. $I0.5 Sale Pri ............................... $ &'/5 Gem--Regalar psice ............... ii.o sa Pdee ................................. :. 925 lltvlniblee.--aegad Prl  +. 12.5 Sale Price ...................... 9.T5 Victoria--Regular Pd ............ 16.t@ Sale Price ..................................... lZ.?5 Rwell-Rghl Prlee ......... 16.$0 Sale Ii .................................... lg75 8. M. C.'Pgur l ......... 24.00 Sale llce .............. : .................. 19.75 This is mattress season. This sto.ck will not last long at these prices. The Schoen-Swenson Furniture Co. Ortonvine, Minnesota APRIL 27, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE i @ PERSONAL, SOCIAL _ AND NEWS ITEMS Sam Storm of C0rrell'was a busi- caller here today. L. P. Everson and son Amer were L visitors Monday. ,, forget "The Rose Maiden at Orpheum Friday evening. Kenneth CarLberg of Sisseton, S. D., an Ortonville visitor Sunday. G. Wagner of Corona was operated at the local hospital Monday. Dr. A. M. Strom spent Sunday in returning here Monday. Miss Florence Hawkinson of Benson here the fore part of the week. W. D. Gowan visited with his fam- in Montevideo over the week-end. Don't forget "The Rose Maiden" at Orpheum Friday evening, April Foster Broadbent of Appleton vis- with relatives in this city Sun- Miss Alice Tomlin of Bellingham with friends in this city Sun- Ed. Lundgren of Correll visited his Lewis Lundgren here lastFri- Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Olson of Clin- transacted businets here Wednes- A. Roske and M. Luchsinger of Cor- were business callers here Tues- E. B. Persson went to Minneapolis to attend to business mat- Hipple drove to Canby, Minn., where he attended to business Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bram and chin were down from near Beardsley I. J. Holman of Granite Falls spent at the home of his son, K. A. Art. Kuehn and Elmer Kamlah were visitors the latter part of week. John Gowan made a business trip Wing, Minn., the latter part of week. L. Cliff retm'ned the foe part of from a business trip to the cities. Jenks and sister, Madge, of were visitors in this city Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woods were from Correll Monday evening for few hours. ,Ed. O'Neill and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Graceville called at the Palm Monday. H, Bolsta and Jackson rum- attended to business matters in Tuesday. W. H. Zeiher of the First National of Graceville, was a business here Saturday. Mrs. Edith Lug left Tuesday for a of several days with friends and in Appleton. "Bill" Randall, who has been ill for days, is again on the job at Coderre Barber shop. Dr. A. M. Storm and Rallbh Gun- drove to Wheaten today for short visit with friends. George Vissers of Milbank is receiv- medical treatment at the Evan- hospital in this city. Howard Kaercher had an ear badly while vaulting on the school Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chrisman re- Saturday from a week's visit friends in the twin cities. Mrs. William Mills of Clinton visit- the latter part of the week at the Adolphson home in this city. The N. K. W. Club was entertained evening by Ben Hess, Jr., and usual good time enjoyed by all. Iiss Myrtle Korte, who has been a at the local hospital, returned home in Big Stone Monday. Floyd Pomroy of Montevideo visit- at the Campbell and Bertelon here for a few days this week. Mrs. F. E. Randall of Ludden, N. D., Monday night and is visiting F. Shumaker home in this city. and Mrsr. Thomas Kleven of Minn., attended the funeral Bolsta hero Friday afternoon. ictor Nordquist of Stockholm, S. a guest at the Ben Nordquist th latter part of the week. Littleton of Graceville stop- ; off here Tuesday on his way to where he is attending school. Chapman arrived Wednesday from Minneapolis and is visit- with friends and attending to matters here for a few days. iss Helen Hubbart is expected to tomorrow from Pasadena, Cal., she has been spending the win- Carrie Asplund and son Ed- Mrs. Andrew Hanson of Clin- were Ortonville shoppers yester- U. Herzog went to Sisseton, where he transacted busi- returning to his hame here to- F. E. Davison and Miss Fran- Cochran are assisting at the Pi- store during their sale this L. McDowell drove to Minne- Monday on business. He will his parents at Hutchinson on- Misses Anna and Appelonia of Bellingham were busness here the fore part of the P. Zimmerman and Jack Mielke Morris drove to this city Wednes- where they attended to business Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roder of Glencoe the funeral of their son-n- Fred Mittelstadt, Thursday af- The Misses Helen Birkenmeyer, Elizabeth Kahler and SteUa Heath- man walked to Odessa and return on Saturday, ,Miss Mable Kaereher is suffering from, an infection on her left foot and i,s at the Evangelical hospital for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hall of Brit- ton, S. D., returned to their home Sunday after attending the Ole Bolsta funeral Friday. Carl Grosenick was a Minneapolis visitor for several Hays this week. He made the trip by car, and returned home yesterday. Barney Falkens of Clinton stopped off here Tuesday on his way to Chi- cago where he was called by the ill- ness of a daughter. Claude Gowan was a business caller in Montevideo Friday. Miss Betty Gowan returned home with him for a few days visit" here. Charles Pfiefer of Big Stone City lost a finger on his left hand one day last week, while repairing fences near the canning factory. Miss Pearl Gofer spc::t the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Gofer, of this city, returning to Sioux Falls Monday. Charles McCarthy of Aberdeen, S. D., who has theatre interests in this dity, was a business caller here the fore part of the week. Mrs. Christina Olson, who has been making her home with her son, L. B. Olson, injured her knee badly in a fall Wednesday night. The Civic League will be entertain- ed at the Library club rooms next Monday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Mrs. C. C. Olsen wilt be hostess. Mrs. L. J: Regan left Monday for her home in Chicago after an extend- ed visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Julia Martinson, in this city. Mrs. Garfield Clemens of St. Paul arrived the fore part of the week for an extended visit at the hme of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Matzoll. Chester 01son and Emil 0stlind re- turned from Minneapolis Saturday with a new International truck pur- chased for the 0rtonvitle Implement Co. Mrs. AI. Janes and baby daughter, of Vermillion, S. D., are guests this week at the home of Mrs. Janes' par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gold, of Big Sone City. Jerry Larmel, of Green Valley, at- tended to business matters here last Saturday. While here he visited at the home of his sister, Mrs. Henry Hausauer. Benjamin Argile of Chicago arrived this afternoon to look after his farm- ing interests here. He is owner of a farm located about four miles north- east of here. In a letter to a friend here Miss Sue Millard, who is a pharmacist in a drug store at Frederic, Wis., states that Art Larson is a patient at the hospital there. William Drewein of Clinton recent- ly accepted a position with the N. W. Bell Telephone Company in Minne- apolis, where he expects to remain for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson drove to Morris the latter part of the week to visit friends. Mr. Anderson re- turned Sunday but Mrs. Anderson remained for a longer visit. Mr. and M. Ray Chrisman re- turned to this city Friday, after a few days visit in Minneapolis. They drove a new Ford coupe out, which they traded theri Haynes car for. Dr. and Mrs. B. R. Karn "and chil- dren and Mrs. Mary Karn motored to the city early Tuesday morning. They attended the funeral of Mrs." H. W. Palm at St. Paul in the afternoon. Miss Helen Olson of Redwood Falls, Minn., is a guest this week at the J. C. Sanborn home in this city. Miss Olson was formerly employed as stenographer at the Cliff and Purcell law office. i i i i i Mr. and Mrs. Hoken Anderson and daughter Olga, arrived the latter part of the week from San Jose Califor- nia, where they have been making their home, and have moved into their residence here. Mrs. Mary McCord expects to leave the first of the week for Springfield, Minn., to join her daughter, Mrs. Gee. Van Aseh. The Van Asch's recently purchased a hotel there and have taken possession of same. Milton Malmquist arrived Saturday from Appleton, Wis., where he has been playing in an orchestra for the past several months, and will visVc for a time at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Malmquist. Mr. and Mrs. John :Timm left the first of th week for Granite Falls where Mr. Timm has been engaged to assist Harry South in the Oil Fill- ing Station. The Timms leased their home to Mr. G. C. Tyler who took possession this week. Mr. and Mrs. Schlosser of Minne- apolis arrived the first of the week am| will make their home in this city. They have rented the Kahler apart- ments on second stree and will take immediate possession, the Kahlers moving to their cottage on the Penin- sula. Announcements are received of the marriage of Miss Isabel Ostrander to Roy Haight, which occurred at the home of the bride in Portage, Wis., on April 19. Miss Ostrander was formerly a resident of this city, mov- ing from here to Davenport, about two years ago. I OBITUARY I Frank Albert Chelberg. Frank Albert Chelberg died at the age of 48 years at his home in Bel- lingham, on April 20. Mr. Chelberg was born on January 22, 1874, in the town of Leon, Good- hue County, Minnesota. He was married to Ella Gurina Ronclahl, of Swedona Township, Swift County, on Nov. 30, 1901. To this union were born five children, namely, Alice Ber- tha, Ray Rondahl, Clarence Clifton, Florence Eleanor and Hazel Helen, who together with Mrs. Chelherg are left to mourn his loss. Funeral services were held from the St. Pauli Norwegian Church at Bellingham on Saturday, April 23, with Rev. John Walseth officiating. [or Better lle,dth Drink More Milk Your Doctor will tell you that Milk is the healthiest beverage you and your family can drink-- but i t must be pure. Careful supervision of each step from cow to y o u insures the purity of our Milk and Cream. 00(Rolen Dairy Auction Sale Saturday, May 13th Clean-up of new and second hand mbrchan- dise. In order to make room for new goods we are going to let you have these items at your own price. Each bid must be in a sealed envelope and state clearly the item or items bid on together with the name and address of the bidder. All bids must be in by noon Saturday, May 13th. 1 New Stewart Coal Range. Reservoir and closet. Regular Sale price $75.00 1 Crystal Electric Washer (New). Cylinder Type, swinging wringer. Regular Sale Price ............................................ $135.00 1 No. 12 DeLaval Separator (Second Hand) 1 Milwaukee Separator (Second Hand) 1 Maytag Multi-motor Washing Machine (Second Hand) SEE THIS MERCHANDISE ON SALE Ortonville Hardware Co. NEW "RED BABY" ARRIVES Barney Ostlind Returns From Cities With Brightest Wagon. Emil Osttind has'just returned from Minneapolis with a brand 'new "Red Baby". No evening sun was ever half so red--no barn ever grinned with agtonishment at the world with anything like as red a coat of paint. Barney says it has come to stay and o serve the people of this commun- ity. It is not only a bright looking "Baby" but it is a speedy one and it is going to be on the job every min- ute of the day. It is said thal in the last thirty days over 500 of these "Red Babies" have gone out to as many McCormick-Deering dealers to serve the farmers in the state of Minnesota. While in Minneapolis Mr. Ostlind was a guest of the International Harvester Co., and attended a large dealers meeting and banquet. On Wednesday morning of last week 100 of these "Red Babies" formed a parade over some of the principal streets of Minneapolis. This parade, while pleasing in itself, silently impressed everyone as a genuine symbol of a return to prosperity. LOCAL MARKET Wheat, No. 1 .......................... $1.45 Durham .................................... 1.17 Oats ........................................... 28 Barley ......................................... 46 Corn ........................................... 41 Rye ............................................. 86 Flax .......................................... 2.45 Turkey's dressed ................... 30 Hens ........................................... 20 Geese ......................................... 12 Ducks ......................................... 15 Stags ......................................... 15 Roosters ..................................... 10 Eggs ........................................... 20 Butterfat ................................... 32 For Dinner T0-night How about a nice Rib Roast. Or perhaps, one of the other fresh, sty Meat specials e have ready. The Pioneer Meat Market J. J. DANN i I II I Good News in Every Bank Book smali t.ough the Bank Po0k is, if you practice Thrift, it will always hold more good new.s for you than even the 4ally news. - It will always bring a smile .nd strengthen your hopes of a prosperous future. If you want an incentive, jus take what few dollars you can spare this week, bring them to us and start a Savings Account. We will add interest. ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, Ass't. Cashier. I '1 i i X , JUST RECEIVED Car Load of John Deere Farm Machinery ShiPment Includes Planters, Cultivators and Spreaders. If you are in need of a planter you will be war/ting it within the next ten days. Why no come in now and place your order. PRICES ARE MATERIALLY REDUCED. ORTOI1VILLE - M I NNF..SOTA * I I IIIII I The FOUR HORSEME'N of the A P O C ALYP S E "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" took more than six months to complete. Upwards of 12,000 per- sons were engaged. More than 125,000 tons of masonry, steel, lum. ber, furniture and shrubberyin excess of the material used in the Woolworth building were used in construct, ing the massive set- tings. More than 500,000 feet of raw film was ex- posed in the taking of t h e picture, which, when shown on the screen will not exceed 10,000 feet. An Epic of Modern Life that has thrilled 10,000,000 A m e r i c a n Readers and many more the world over ORPHEUM Theatre - Ortonville ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT, at 8:00 MAY 2-3 ADULTS 55c--CHILDREN 25c WANT to Put a AD Work for you. , i I In order to make room for other goods we are going to offer our entire stock of Sheboygen Mattresses at greatly reduced prmes. Sale beans Friday Morning, April 28 Look over these prices: Prides--Regular Price ................ $10.50 GemsRegular Price ................ 11.50 Invincibles---Regular Price ........ 12.50 VictorsRegular Price .............. 16.00 Restwells--Regular Price .......... 16.50 S, M. C/s--Regular Price .......... 24.00 Sale Price .................................... $ 8.75 Sale Price ...................................... 9.25 Sale Price ...................................... 9.75 Sale ]thrice ...................................... 12.75 Sale Price ...................................... 13.75 Sale Price .............. : ....................... 19,75 This is mattress season. This not last long at these prices. stock will The Schoe l.Swenson Furniture Co. Ortonvflle, Minnesota