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PAGE8 TIlE ORTONVILI,E INDEPENDENr THURSDAY, APRIL 27 / 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 cf keeping many small accounts. VeAN[FGD--A young man to canvass the country territory for an estab- lished line of goods, good pay, and mus :furnish own rig to travel with. For information write to Box No. k,6, Ortonville, Minn. "51-2 FOUND--Package containing article of clothing, found on road to Big Stone City. Owner inquire at the Independent. 50-* FOUND--on the streets of Clinton, a locket, set with a small diamond. Inquire of . A. Larson. FOUND--Ladies' Fur Muff. Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Ortonville Independent. 46-* FOR SALE--Six room house with bath, electric lights, hot air furnace, hot and cold water, large garage, hen house, and one acre of land. In- quire of John F. Witte, Ortonville, Minn. *50-tf FOR SALE--Rhode Island Red Eggs, i $3.00 per hundred. Mrs. George I Holm, !outs 3, Ortonville. 45-5{ FOR RENT--Three room cottage, furnished, w i t h large screened porch, located near Foster. Fine fishing, beautiful spot. Inquire of Miss Grace Kaercher, Ortonville, Minn. - *50-tf FOR SALE Hatching eggs from prize-winning Single Comb Rhode Island Reds. Price per 15, $1.50. Mrs. J. P. Johnson, Ortonville. Minn. Phone 195. PASTURE FOR CATTLE:--I have pasture for 30 head of cattle for rent. R. Engelman, Odessa, Minn. Correll No. Phone 4-F-220. *50-2 FOR SALEEggs for hatching. White Wyandottes and Barred Ply- mouth Rocks. Both breeds prize winners. $1.00 per setting, $5.00 per hundred. Mrs. J. H. Chapman, Ortonville, Minn., Phone 212-L- 47-6 FOR SALE--400 bushels Ear Oorn, located in the SWA, See. 13, Twp. 121, Range 45. George Ringer, Odessa, Minn. *50-2 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. *47-tf FOR SALE--A Ford car with service body and cab. Repainted and over- hauled. In A-1 shape. For sale b: Ortnville Implement Co. IEMSTITCHING---Will do hemstici ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A l Waddans. 27- t f WANTED--.5,Ien and women make $5 to $10 daily. Exclusive territory F4rs:toe, first served. Write box 165, Rathton, Minn. 51-1 FOR SALE--Progresm "e Everbearing Strawberry Plants at 25c per doz. Mike Mazoll. Phone 243-J. 51-4 FOR SALEWhite Dent Seed Corn, t00 per cent test, at $2.25 per bush- el. Phone " w o "51-2 FOR SAI, EOne Ford runabout wth full door cab and box at a bargain. Orbonville Implement Co. 51-1 FOR SALE--One Fordson Tractor and Plow, overhauled and in fine condition at practically your own price. Look this over. Ortonville Implement Co. 51- Food Sale. The Ladies of the Pleasant Valley Methodist church will hold a food sale Saturday, April 29, at the Kollitz Mer- cantile Store, eommencing  at 2:00 p. m. 'Plenty of good things to eat. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the American Legion, the Auxiliary, and the many friends and neighbors for the acts of kindness and sympathy, and also for the beautiful flowers, at the funeral of our son, Ralph M. Spink. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Spink, Charles L. Spink, Edgar A. Spink, Mrs. E. W. Marler. i , . L "=Jui00-I WorI00s Lowest Priced FULLY EQUIPPED Automobile s525 el'he People'$ Car See  2 Compare it Try it a Our Gt i Wm. Cummens "The Pixies," A Fairyland Story To Be Shown By School Children "The Pixies," a story centering! about the stealing of the fairy Sun- shine of the Goblins, will be presented ,y the pupils of the Ortonville schools, at the Orpheum theatre here, at a :natinee on Thursday afternoon, at 3:00 o'clock and on Friday eveMng, May 5, at 8:00 o'clock, under the dJ- ,ceYlon of Miss Frances Irgens. As the story goes, great alarm is ::b(,wn in the Fairy Court. Prhlc Jrimel arrives with his Pixie baml .d gratiously offers his assistance in ,covering Sunshine from the Caul- 'ran of the Goblins. The Furies unite :,ith the Goblins in combating the ;iyies, but are finally overcame. Lit- Sunshine is returned to Queen Ti- tanis, and peace reins again in Fairy- l([. :eventy-five pupils from the grades ill take part in the play. Reserved e::ts will be on sale at Palm's Jewelry tore for the performance to be given )n Friday night. Admission charge 25c and 50c. A charge of 10c will be made for the matinee. The cast of characters follows. ?rinse Florimel, ruler of the Pixie Band .................... Margaret Hipple holly Chrysanthemum, from Dude- dora .............................. Alfred Miller Tennyson Quote-a-bit ...................... Milton Stotesbury Jack Tar:"a"douglty sailor .............. ............................................ Orlos Sails Runnan Sahkem, the guardian of the peace ............ Donald Stotesbury Uncle Sam, of the land of the free .................................. David LaCombe Michael O'Reilly, fresh from KiN larney ........................ Francis Foster Weiner Wurst, of the vintage of '98 .................................. Karl Kollitz Ulysses S. Stiffback, the major ...... ................................ Cyrus Martinson Scalp-'em-all, the Indian .................. ........................................ Doyle Potter Wun Lung, but it's a good one ....... .................................... Edwin Petrlck Straka, the Jap .............. George Vikre Grizzlyowen, the Eskimo. ................ ........................................ Boyde Sigloh Ikie Isaacstien, with his wonderful pants ........................ Gerhard Block Osmun Ahmid, the bloody Turk .... ...................................... Warran Libby Olaf Johnson, a relative of Ole Ole- son .............. : ............... Allyn Sehoen Rinaldo Wigarde, the wandering Italian minstrel ...... Lawrence Ulrich Jacks, his performing monkey .......... .................................... Glenn Holman Atban, ruler of the Goblins ............. : ...................................... Bayard Libby Goblins in Alban's service: Vitr, Low- ell wenson; Litr, Frank Johnson; Fill, Raymond Kight; Kill, Floyd Hau- sauer; l]ivor, Reuben Beck; Bavor, ere Moore; Jakie, Nathan Ulrich Petie, Sammy Barr. Two Pages: Mary Louise Kaerchez Smrley onEschen. Four l?lam Pixies: Vincent Palmer, Joe Beard, Francis Karn, Myron Port. Queen Titana, Goddess of the Flow- ers: Stella Heathman. Angelica, the Fairy Exquisite: Hel- en Simmaker. Sunshine, the unfortunate: Amy Stotesbury. Wee Atendants to the Queen: Tiny- mite, Leona Kriesel; Tiddlewinks Evelyn Powell. Ladies in waiting to the Queen Morning Glory, Mildred Warlord Violet, Elizabeth Love; Daffodil, Mar- los Beard; Sweetpea, Nina Anderson Anemone, Esther Waddans; Narcissus, Beaulah Carlson; Daisy, Illa Sigloh; Forget-me-not, Dolore Cornelisen Rosebud, May Wein; Lily, Irene Rein- hart; Pansy, Rowena Fosburgh. Four Butterfly Guards: Mildred Nelson, Marie Harris, Della Petrick Helen Kollitz. Amazon Guards: Hattie Weatherly Lorrayne Warlord, Vivian Hassles, Florence Geisel, Marion Clark, Iola Smith, Fern Hudson, Ethel Reinhart, Laura Wend, Helen Kaddatz, Edith Pilger, Katherine Michell, Verna Lou Kahler, Dorothy Vanhorn, Grace Rudd, Louise Vogelbacher, Portia Buck, Bessie Brennecke, Dorothy Brown. Three Furies: Anna Reilly, Elsie Martinson, Anita McAllister. Sandman: Donald Bertelson. J. F. ROSENWALD DEAD. ()nee Prominent In State Politics and Former Member of House. John F. Resenwald of Madison, Minnesota, former member of the Minnesota legislature and prominent at one throe in state politics, died early today at Revillo, S. D., according to a dispatch from that place. He lind been in ill health several years and was living with a daughter, Mrs. Wal- ter Little. Funeral services will take place Thursday at Madison. I Mr. Rosenwahl was well known among the residents of Big Stone! county, having addressed several poli- tical meetings in various parts of, the oounty during his life time. Great Leaders Marshal Foch Leader of the Allied Armies HEN the Allies combined the strength of all theft armies under one command they won the war. Are a composite of all the best principles of tire building. Every detail of construction has been care- fully worked out and tested before it goes into the tire. No material, no method is accepted in Bruns- wick Tire factories until its value has been proved by actual tests. Try Brunswick Tires. Keep your own record of their mileage. Judge them by results. You will be con- tet to use them elways. Ortonville Tire Shop Ortonville, Minn. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- CLOSURE SALE. Default has been made in the condi- tions of a certain mortgage made by Maud A. Conrad, spinster, mortga'or to J. N. Fremn, mortgagee, dated the 10th day of December, 191b, conveying and mortgaging the real estate of mortgaged premises situated in the County of Bi" Stone and state of Minnesota, described as follows, to- wit: Government lots two (2) and three (3), in Section twenty-one (21), in Township one hundred and twenty- one (121) of range forty-six (46), con- taining all 55.20 acres by Govt. sur- vey; and with the power of sale therein contained duly recorded on the llth day of Deceon.ber at 9 o'clockl a. m., in Book 44 of Mort- gages at page 520 thereof in the office of the Register of Deeds] in and for said County; and it is] stipulated in said mortgage that i! default is made by said grantor in payment of any of the said mortgaged debt, principal or interest when the same became due, it shall be lawful for the holder of said ms rtgage to declare the whole sum secured thereby to be due; and the said mortgagor failed to pay the interest on said mortgage which fell due on the 10th day of December, 1921; and that by reason of said de- fault the said mortgagee has declared the whole sum of money, principal and interest secured by said mortgage due and payable; and there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of three thousand two hun- dred ninety-three and 67-100 ($3,293.- 67) dollars; and no action or proceed- ings has been instituted to recover the debt remaining secured by said nort- I gage or any part thereof. Now there- [ fore notice is hereby given that said[ mortgage will be foreclosed by the] sale of said mortgaged premises pur-[ suant to the statute at public vendue by the Sheriff of said County to the highest bidder for cash on Saturday the, 3rd day of June, at 9 o'clock in the fore- noon of Vhat day at the front door of the courthouse in the city of Or- tonville in said county to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage togeth- er with seventy-five dollars ($75.00) attorney's fees as stipulated in said mortgage to be paid in case of fore- closure, and the disbursements allow- ed by law. Dated this 24th day of April, 1922. J. N. FREAM, Mortgagee, LLOYD G. MOYER, Attorney for Mortgagee, Montevideo, Minn. Politeness is one of the big invest-I You can't tell by the noise a ments known. It pays enormous divi-imakes, how much money a man dends, t but you can generally tell by Wben in doubt, drink water, iquiet he keeps how much he / . /' IDYA 74578 SIRE--Coco 60171 and traces back to the Great Picador belonging to the French Government. DAM--Rigolette 49958 Horse now ready for service and will be stood at the C. W. Merchant farm and also the W. G. Von- Eschen farm in Yellowbank Township. Horse will be traveled and further made to accommodate those in the vicinity. TERMS-----To insure standing colt, $15.00. In case mare is sold following, fee becomes due and payable. C. W. Merchant, Handled by W. G. VON ESCHEN Ortonville, Minnesota. / / Shingles Best Roofing Material Shingles as an all 'round Roofing have never been surpassed. Our p r e s e n t stock of clear butt Cedar Shingles is the best we have ever had. Botsford Lumber Company E. W. Miller, Mgr. Ortonville, Minn. | }18re intere#.s. As our the more .qou bee00e the this bank ,If thro00 b00nking can promote ,nte00ests, ran be sure 6four co-operation and support, i [ Ortonville, Minnesota PAGE8 TIlE ORTONVILI,E INDEPENDENr THURSDAY, APRIL 27 / 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 cf keeping many small accounts. VeAN[FGD--A young man to canvass the country territory for an estab- lished line of goods, good pay, and mus :furnish own rig to travel with. For information write to Box No. k,6, Ortonville, Minn. "51-2 FOUND--Package containing article of clothing, found on road to Big Stone City. Owner inquire at the Independent. 50-* FOUND--on the streets of Clinton, a locket, set with a small diamond. Inquire of . A. Larson. FOUND--Ladies' Fur Muff. Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Ortonville Independent. 46-* FOR SALE--Six room house with bath, electric lights, hot air furnace, hot and cold water, large garage, hen house, and one acre of land. In- quire of John F. Witte, Ortonville, Minn. *50-tf FOR SALE--Rhode Island Red Eggs, i $3.00 per hundred. Mrs. George I Holm, !outs 3, Ortonville. 45-5{ FOR RENT--Three room cottage, furnished, w i t h large screened porch, located near Foster. Fine fishing, beautiful spot. Inquire of Miss Grace Kaercher, Ortonville, Minn. - *50-tf FOR SALE Hatching eggs from prize-winning Single Comb Rhode Island Reds. Price per 15, $1.50. Mrs. J. P. Johnson, Ortonville. Minn. Phone 195. PASTURE FOR CATTLE:--I have pasture for 30 head of cattle for rent. R. Engelman, Odessa, Minn. Correll No. Phone 4-F-220. *50-2 FOR SALEEggs for hatching. White Wyandottes and Barred Ply- mouth Rocks. Both breeds prize winners. $1.00 per setting, $5.00 per hundred. Mrs. J. H. Chapman, Ortonville, Minn., Phone 212-L- 47-6 FOR SALE--400 bushels Ear Oorn, located in the SWA, See. 13, Twp. 121, Range 45. George Ringer, Odessa, Minn. *50-2 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. *47-tf FOR SALE--A Ford car with service body and cab. Repainted and over- hauled. In A-1 shape. For sale b: Ortnville Implement Co. IEMSTITCHING---Will do hemstici ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A l Waddans. 27- t f WANTED--.5,Ien and women make $5 to $10 daily. Exclusive territory F4rs:toe, first served. Write box 165, Rathton, Minn. 51-1 FOR SALE--Progresm "e Everbearing Strawberry Plants at 25c per doz. Mike Mazoll. Phone 243-J. 51-4 FOR SALEWhite Dent Seed Corn, t00 per cent test, at $2.25 per bush- el. Phone " w o "51-2 FOR SAI, EOne Ford runabout wth full door cab and box at a bargain. Orbonville Implement Co. 51-1 FOR SALE--One Fordson Tractor and Plow, overhauled and in fine condition at practically your own price. Look this over. Ortonville Implement Co. 51- Food Sale. The Ladies of the Pleasant Valley Methodist church will hold a food sale Saturday, April 29, at the Kollitz Mer- cantile Store, eommencing  at 2:00 p. m. 'Plenty of good things to eat. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the American Legion, the Auxiliary, and the many friends and neighbors for the acts of kindness and sympathy, and also for the beautiful flowers, at the funeral of our son, Ralph M. Spink. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Spink, Charles L. Spink, Edgar A. Spink, Mrs. E. W. Marler. i , . L "=Jui00-I WorI00s Lowest Priced FULLY EQUIPPED Automobile s525 el'he People'$ Car See  2 Compare it Try it a Our Gt i Wm. Cummens "The Pixies," A Fairyland Story To Be Shown By School Children "The Pixies," a story centering! about the stealing of the fairy Sun- shine of the Goblins, will be presented ,y the pupils of the Ortonville schools, at the Orpheum theatre here, at a :natinee on Thursday afternoon, at 3:00 o'clock and on Friday eveMng, May 5, at 8:00 o'clock, under the dJ- ,ceYlon of Miss Frances Irgens. As the story goes, great alarm is ::b(,wn in the Fairy Court. Prhlc Jrimel arrives with his Pixie baml .d gratiously offers his assistance in ,covering Sunshine from the Caul- 'ran of the Goblins. The Furies unite :,ith the Goblins in combating the ;iyies, but are finally overcame. Lit- Sunshine is returned to Queen Ti- tanis, and peace reins again in Fairy- l([. :eventy-five pupils from the grades ill take part in the play. Reserved e::ts will be on sale at Palm's Jewelry tore for the performance to be given )n Friday night. Admission charge 25c and 50c. A charge of 10c will be made for the matinee. The cast of characters follows. ?rinse Florimel, ruler of the Pixie Band .................... Margaret Hipple holly Chrysanthemum, from Dude- dora .............................. Alfred Miller Tennyson Quote-a-bit ...................... Milton Stotesbury Jack Tar:"a"douglty sailor .............. ............................................ Orlos Sails Runnan Sahkem, the guardian of the peace ............ Donald Stotesbury Uncle Sam, of the land of the free .................................. David LaCombe Michael O'Reilly, fresh from KiN larney ........................ Francis Foster Weiner Wurst, of the vintage of '98 .................................. Karl Kollitz Ulysses S. Stiffback, the major ...... ................................ Cyrus Martinson Scalp-'em-all, the Indian .................. ........................................ Doyle Potter Wun Lung, but it's a good one ....... .................................... Edwin Petrlck Straka, the Jap .............. George Vikre Grizzlyowen, the Eskimo. ................ ........................................ Boyde Sigloh Ikie Isaacstien, with his wonderful pants ........................ Gerhard Block Osmun Ahmid, the bloody Turk .... ...................................... Warran Libby Olaf Johnson, a relative of Ole Ole- son .............. : ............... Allyn Sehoen Rinaldo Wigarde, the wandering Italian minstrel ...... Lawrence Ulrich Jacks, his performing monkey .......... .................................... Glenn Holman Atban, ruler of the Goblins ............. : ...................................... Bayard Libby Goblins in Alban's service: Vitr, Low- ell wenson; Litr, Frank Johnson; Fill, Raymond Kight; Kill, Floyd Hau- sauer; l]ivor, Reuben Beck; Bavor, ere Moore; Jakie, Nathan Ulrich Petie, Sammy Barr. Two Pages: Mary Louise Kaerchez Smrley onEschen. Four l?lam Pixies: Vincent Palmer, Joe Beard, Francis Karn, Myron Port. Queen Titana, Goddess of the Flow- ers: Stella Heathman. Angelica, the Fairy Exquisite: Hel- en Simmaker. Sunshine, the unfortunate: Amy Stotesbury. Wee Atendants to the Queen: Tiny- mite, Leona Kriesel; Tiddlewinks Evelyn Powell. Ladies in waiting to the Queen Morning Glory, Mildred Warlord Violet, Elizabeth Love; Daffodil, Mar- los Beard; Sweetpea, Nina Anderson Anemone, Esther Waddans; Narcissus, Beaulah Carlson; Daisy, Illa Sigloh; Forget-me-not, Dolore Cornelisen Rosebud, May Wein; Lily, Irene Rein- hart; Pansy, Rowena Fosburgh. Four Butterfly Guards: Mildred Nelson, Marie Harris, Della Petrick Helen Kollitz. Amazon Guards: Hattie Weatherly Lorrayne Warlord, Vivian Hassles, Florence Geisel, Marion Clark, Iola Smith, Fern Hudson, Ethel Reinhart, Laura Wend, Helen Kaddatz, Edith Pilger, Katherine Michell, Verna Lou Kahler, Dorothy Vanhorn, Grace Rudd, Louise Vogelbacher, Portia Buck, Bessie Brennecke, Dorothy Brown. Three Furies: Anna Reilly, Elsie Martinson, Anita McAllister. Sandman: Donald Bertelson. J. F. ROSENWALD DEAD. ()nee Prominent In State Politics and Former Member of House. John F. Resenwald of Madison, Minnesota, former member of the Minnesota legislature and prominent at one throe in state politics, died early today at Revillo, S. D., according to a dispatch from that place. He lind been in ill health several years and was living with a daughter, Mrs. Wal- ter Little. Funeral services will take place Thursday at Madison. I Mr. Rosenwahl was well known among the residents of Big Stone! county, having addressed several poli- tical meetings in various parts of, the oounty during his life time. Great Leaders Marshal Foch Leader of the Allied Armies HEN the Allies combined the strength of all theft armies under one command they won the war. Are a composite of all the best principles of tire building. Every detail of construction has been care- fully worked out and tested before it goes into the tire. No material, no method is accepted in Bruns- wick Tire factories until its value has been proved by actual tests. Try Brunswick Tires. Keep your own record of their mileage. Judge them by results. You will be con- tet to use them elways. Ortonville Tire Shop Ortonville, Minn. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- CLOSURE SALE. Default has been made in the condi- tions of a certain mortgage made by Maud A. Conrad, spinster, mortga'or to J. N. Fremn, mortgagee, dated the 10th day of December, 191b, conveying and mortgaging the real estate of mortgaged premises situated in the County of Bi" Stone and state of Minnesota, described as follows, to- wit: Government lots two (2) and three (3), in Section twenty-one (21), in Township one hundred and twenty- one (121) of range forty-six (46), con- taining all 55.20 acres by Govt. sur- vey; and with the power of sale therein contained duly recorded on the llth day of Deceon.ber at 9 o'clockl a. m., in Book 44 of Mort- gages at page 520 thereof in the office of the Register of Deeds] in and for said County; and it is] stipulated in said mortgage that i! default is made by said grantor in payment of any of the said mortgaged debt, principal or interest when the same became due, it shall be lawful for the holder of said ms rtgage to declare the whole sum secured thereby to be due; and the said mortgagor failed to pay the interest on said mortgage which fell due on the 10th day of December, 1921; and that by reason of said de- fault the said mortgagee has declared the whole sum of money, principal and interest secured by said mortgage due and payable; and there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of three thousand two hun- dred ninety-three and 67-100 ($3,293.- 67) dollars; and no action or proceed- ings has been instituted to recover the debt remaining secured by said nort- I gage or any part thereof. Now there- [ fore notice is hereby given that said[ mortgage will be foreclosed by the] sale of said mortgaged premises pur-[ suant to the statute at public vendue by the Sheriff of said County to the highest bidder for cash on Saturday the, 3rd day of June, at 9 o'clock in the fore- noon of Vhat day at the front door of the courthouse in the city of Or- tonville in said county to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage togeth- er with seventy-five dollars ($75.00) attorney's fees as stipulated in said mortgage to be paid in case of fore- closure, and the disbursements allow- ed by law. Dated this 24th day of April, 1922. J. N. FREAM, Mortgagee, LLOYD G. MOYER, Attorney for Mortgagee, Montevideo, Minn. Politeness is one of the big invest-I You can't tell by the noise a ments known. It pays enormous divi-imakes, how much money a man dends, t but you can generally tell by Wben in doubt, drink water, iquiet he keeps how much he / . /' IDYA 74578 SIRE--Coco 60171 and traces back to the Great Picador belonging to the French Government. DAM--Rigolette 49958 Horse now ready for service and will be stood at the C. W. Merchant farm and also the W. G. Von- Eschen farm in Yellowbank Township. Horse will be traveled and further made to accommodate those in the vicinity. TERMS-----To insure standing colt, $15.00. In case mare is sold following, fee becomes due and payable. C. W. Merchant, Handled by W. G. VON ESCHEN Ortonville, Minnesota. / / Shingles Best Roofing Material Shingles as an all 'round Roofing have never been surpassed. Our p r e s e n t stock of clear butt Cedar Shingles is the best we have ever had. Botsford Lumber Company E. W. Miller, Mgr. Ortonville, Minn. | }18re intere#.s. As our the more .qou bee00e the this bank ,If thro00 b00nking can promote ,nte00ests, ran be sure 6four co-operation and support, i [ Ortonville, Minnesota THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDIL*IT ' THURSDAy , APRIL l'] FGB i : RATETen nta per fine r ia= stlon Minimum rge 25 cent Paymt for wt-ads ia advance wiU be apprlated; the k-kp- er will thas be reliev of the work of keeping many zmall aeume. WANqLA young man to canvas trle country mte for an esta lished Jne of goods, good pay, d mut fuizh own ng to travel with. For ntormatioa wri to Box N 6, Oonville, Minn. "51-2 FOUND--Package conning aiele of elotng, found on road to Big Stoe City. Owr inqm at the ldendenL  FOUNDn the vtrts ef Clinton, a locket, sot with a 11 dlamo.& FOUND--La' Fur Muff. Oer y have sne by calling at thin office d pytng f this notice. Or tonvil ]e lndepePdenk 467* FOR SALFix room house wit bath, eleetr Iight hot air fuo hot d ld water, large gg, hen ho, and one acre of land. quire of $eh F. Wltte, Ornvitle, Ml "50-tt FOR SAbERbode lJland Red Egg*, $8.00 per hundred. Mra. Georg Holm, ute $, Ortonvll 45- ]?OR RENT-- rm cottage, furnished, with large getevrd porch, lated near Foster. Flue fishing, beuttful po Inquire o Mss Grate Kher, Ortonvlle, Minn. *50-tf FOR 8ALE--Hatching eggs fro priwlnmng Single Comb Rhod Ild Reds piece per 15, $L50  J. P. Jehnaon, Ortonvlle, Mi Pho 195. FASTURE FOR CATTLE:--1 ha !m for 80 d ef cattle fol renL R Engelm, , Mi Cor]l No Fhone 4-F-. "5 te ymlott md Brred py ]OR SA a Ea rn located 1 the SWt,, S 18, Twp 121, Rge 45. Georg Ringer Odessa. MI "50- RUGS WOVE--f will weve ra rttg from ow oa at the ho o my s. A. S. Hlfll prt27 im J. HalI "47.tf FOR SAhF-A Ford c vth service body and b. Repaintod d over- havlL In A-1 hape. F0r le b' OrtowdBe Implent Ca. ItMSTITCHLN CWIII do hemsti, In at 10c r yard M. A t Wadd. 27-1f WANTD-*Men d wome make $5 to latafly. Ex.lnsve tertory ton, llnn. 51-1 FOR SAIProg'zsive Everbearing Straw'oerr Plts t 2ge per doz. mke Mntzoll. Phone 24 1-4 1O/ 8ALEWhite Dnn  Co, i0 per nt tes at . .A per bush- el. Phone 5-F-32. "51. FO SALE3ne Ford nb0ut wttz ut doa eb and box  a bgrgam Orttvtlle Implert "Co. 1. FOR SALE-Ora rdmn i and lqow, overmm Bd In fm omUtlon at mctIAa1 our owr price. Iok this owr. rtonv Implement CO. The latdi& d t/ atat Valtm Methodist di *I a food ss1 Sarda., A!a51 IIL t* te  ollitz Me entle mot'b, enelngaat 2:0O p m. *Plenty of good t2alaXs to eat. Car o alm. We  to thk the American Le#, the AuXilla*y, and e ny frloluh trod mehbo for the t of lan nd /ralmthT, and al for the b*atlfl , at the funel of --M. d a.a Jerome Splnk, Oatrl L S#nk. Mr*. E. W. tu'r.. Wedd'e Lowest Prked FULLY EQUIPPED Automobile *525" "rl]n )vo  A orln.4 Q' [ NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- Politeness is one of the big invest- You 't tell by A Allo x A. .y ll Jt&.y I CLOSURE SALE. met known. It pays enoos divJ. lmakes how uch n To Be Shown By School Children  Pnm;2'?;i ....... __ I ..................... "The Pixies," a etory centering ................................ Bayard Lbby 10ti(d " Dn, mortgagee, dated tee I abot he stea ing of the fairy s- Gobl ns in Alban's selwice: Vitr Low ay o ember. PJ18, conve 'lag .... , an d mor gag rtg he rea e Late of shneoftbeGobhns wlllbepreseated e wenson; latr, Frank Johnson; no a ed t t " . y hepup s fth Oton eh Is Fi]" RaylondKJg-ht. Kill FloydHau C g g p emles sl uaed m the J o e r w oo , h , , eun y of B g S one and a e of at the Orphe theat he. at a aauer; Blvor Reuben Bk Bavor Minnesota described as follows to May B at 8:00 o'clock, under the dl avo Pagee: Mary Louise Krcher, in Toxship one hdred and twenty matinee o Thuday afternoon, at .ce nme; dakie, Nathan Ulrich; wlt; Govlment lots 'two (2 'and 3:00 o'clock and on Friday evening, Peele, Sammy Bait. thzve (3), in Section twenty one (2t), .action of Miss France s [rgens. Shirley onEschea one {121) of range forty six (46 b con. l As the story goes, great ala is Eour PJam Pixies: Vincent PMmer, tnmg aii.55.20 acres by Gov gur.' shown in the Fairy Court. prince Joe Beard, Frcis Kax, Myron Port. vey; dwlth the power of ade thereto almel arrives with his Pixie band Qen Titana, Goddess of the Flow- cntained duly orded on the llth day of December at 9 o'clock nd gratiousig offers his sLutance in ,ecovering Sunhina fm the Caul 'ran of the Goblins. Th FUles unite th the Coblns n combating the .'ixips, but are finely overa. Ia o Sunshi is tamed to Queen - ta f/and pe rns again in Fairy. ".eventy-fl puls fm the gradee ,1 take part in the play. Presaged eta will be on sale at Paim' Jewdry o for the perfoce to be gven ,n Fday aigL Admission charge 25c d 50 A charge of 10 will be made for the mata. The east of eharaete follows. ' orLmel, rhr o the la Bd ................ Margat Higple 2holly Chrysthemum from Dude- dora ............................. Ad Mtler Tennya Qte-bit ..................... ..................... Milten Stotesbury Jack T, a dothghty sailor .............. ............................... atlas Sall RU s, the goardian of the peace ............ Dold Stoteshury Uncle S, of the ld of the fe .............................. David LaCmL Mtehael O'Reltly, fresh fm Kil- laey ........................ Frauds Fester Woiner Wt, of the vintage of '98 ....................... Krl Kollltz Uiges S* Jffbk, the major. ............................... Cyroz Marson Scalr'em-aU, the fndi ............... ..................................... Doyle poer w Long, but it's a good one,.. .................................. Edwin patrick Strla the Jap ............ George Vlk Gzzigewen, the Eskim ............... ............................... Boyde Siglo Iki Isa,stien, with h wonderful pts ...................... Gerhard BIor Oman Ahmid, the bloody 'i'm'k .... ............................... Wartma Llbbv Olaf Johnson, a relative of Ole Ole- eantdc Wigarde. the derng locke, his performing monkey ....... , taler of tbe Gobta ......... r: btolla Heathman. a.m., ain t Book 44 of Mort Angeliea'theFJryExquisite;HeI- gages page 52O thereo ea 8humaker. Sunshine, the unfortunate: Amy in the om of the Register oC Dls in and for said County; and it ]s Stotesbury. stipulated in sd mortgage that if Wee Attenders to the Queen; Tiny- default is made by aid grantor in the mite, Leone Kriesel; 'fiddlevdnks, payment of any of the sdd mortgaged Evelyn Pewell. debt. prmcipal or intert when the Laais in waiting to the Queen: e beee due, it shll be Mongng Glory, Mildred War'err; lawful for the holder ef sdd Volet, libeth Love; Daffodil M-mortgage to dcl the whole los Beara; Swtpea. Nine Anderson; sum sured thereby  bp due; Aaemene, Ether Waddas; Nar*issu, and the id mortgagor failed to pay the integer on said rtgnge which Beaulah C]son; Daisy, Ilia Sagloh; fell due on the lth day of December, Ferget-me-t, Do]o Coelisen; 121; and that by on of said d Re.bud, May Wain; I]y, lne Rein. fault the said mortgagee hs dlad hart; Pansy. Rawena Fesburgh. the whole  of meney, principal Four Butterfly G'am'ds: Mi dyed d lntet rured by sa mort age Nelson Marie Hrls Della Patrick, due and payable; and there is elamaed H*len Kolt to be due at he date of this notice Az  " the e of twee thend two hun- on G rd: Hattie Wthely . 7 boayne Warlord V'Jvn Hl dyed mnety-th d 6, -100 ($8,293- Sth, Fe Hudn. Ethel Relnbart. d remaining secured by said anort- ' , ' 67 dotla and no on or proeed- FIoe Gell, Mlon Cark, IoL in e has been instituted to er the Laa Wend% Helen Kaddatz, EtUth[gage or any part therf. Now the- Piiger. Katherine Michel1, Ve LouFore netiee ia hereby given that id Kaler Dorothy Vho, G morage will be re--rased, by th* Rural, Loui VegeLbher, portia ate of stud mortgaged prn?lS pu Bn Bnneeke, Do tby by the qeriff of said Catty to the Buck Bessie  sut to the tatute nt puhe vendue Thte Ffies" A e'l highest bldaer for cash . . n RILy, Ktie on Strday the. 3rd day of Martmn Amta McAIhster. June at 9 o'elk in the fo Sandman: Denald Bertel n of that day at the fmnt deer J. F. ROSENWALD DEAD. of the courthouse in the dty of O t*nvflle in d county to efy the amount due oa dd mortgage togeth- Former Memb at Houa er with venty-five dolt ($75.001 attorney's fe a t slated in said John F. Resenwald of Madin, mortg to be paid  se of fere- Minnesot foer mber of th d the diebursementa /low- Minnesota leg%lamre a ed by law. " at one tie in state pell, di rly Dated tld* 2Ath day of April, 1922 today at Revil)o, S.D., ft. N. FREAM, Mortgagee, a dispatch from that pla He had G. MEYER bee., in 111 health sel years and Attoey far Mortgagee. wae ling with a daughter, M. Walo Mented. Minn. Fungi rvis Will take place Thudy at Mdin, Mr. Rosenwald w well kno the shaents ef Big S unty, having adds*ed sevd poll- "oy diag h lifo i Great Leaders  the AII eomBitd tl st i' l their armim under one eemmmxt they wee the war. Are a poste 4" s the best pHn] of /  deu o ccstu@ has beea esre- ftly wet-ked ot cad teated 6m It goee atto the tire. No matertag Ortonville Tire Shop Ortonville, Minn. IDYA 74578 SIRE--Coco 60171 and traces back to the Great Picador belonging t the French GovernmenL DAM--Rigolette 49958 for service and will be stood * the C. W. Eschen farm in Yellowbank Township. 1 Home will be traveled and further made to accommodate those in the vicinity. TERMSTo lntu standing ]t, $1B.00. In following, fee becomes d d payable. C. W. Merchant, Handled by W. G. YON ESCHEN Ortonville, Minnesota. Shingles Best Roofing Material Shingles as an all 'round Roofing have never been surpassed. Our present , stock of clear butt Cedar Shingles is the best we haxe ever had. Botsford Lumber Company E. W. Miller, Mgr. Ortonville, Minn. Q0ur be sure and support. PAGE8 TIlE ORTONVILI,E INDEPENDENr THURSDAY, APRIL 27 / 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 cf keeping many small accounts. VeAN[FGD--A young man to canvass the country territory for an estab- lished line of goods, good pay, and mus :furnish own rig to travel with. For information write to Box No. k,6, Ortonville, Minn. "51-2 FOUND--Package containing article of clothing, found on road to Big Stone City. Owner inquire at the Independent. 50-* FOUND--on the streets of Clinton, a locket, set with a small diamond. Inquire of . A. Larson. FOUND--Ladies' Fur Muff. Owner may have same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Ortonville Independent. 46-* FOR SALE--Six room house with bath, electric lights, hot air furnace, hot and cold water, large garage, hen house, and one acre of land. In- quire of John F. Witte, Ortonville, Minn. *50-tf FOR SALE--Rhode Island Red Eggs, i $3.00 per hundred. Mrs. George I Holm, !outs 3, Ortonville. 45-5{ FOR RENT--Three room cottage, furnished, w i t h large screened porch, located near Foster. Fine fishing, beautiful spot. Inquire of Miss Grace Kaercher, Ortonville, Minn. - *50-tf FOR SALE Hatching eggs from prize-winning Single Comb Rhode Island Reds. Price per 15, $1.50. Mrs. J. P. Johnson, Ortonville. Minn. Phone 195. PASTURE FOR CATTLE:--I have pasture for 30 head of cattle for rent. R. Engelman, Odessa, Minn. Correll No. Phone 4-F-220. *50-2 FOR SALEEggs for hatching. White Wyandottes and Barred Ply- mouth Rocks. Both breeds prize winners. $1.00 per setting, $5.00 per hundred. Mrs. J. H. Chapman, Ortonville, Minn., Phone 212-L- 47-6 FOR SALE--400 bushels Ear Oorn, located in the SWA, See. 13, Twp. 121, Range 45. George Ringer, Odessa, Minn. *50-2 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. *47-tf FOR SALE--A Ford car with service body and cab. Repainted and over- hauled. In A-1 shape. For sale b: Ortnville Implement Co. IEMSTITCHING---Will do hemstici ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A l Waddans. 27- t f WANTED--.5,Ien and women make $5 to $10 daily. Exclusive territory F4rs:toe, first served. Write box 165, Rathton, Minn. 51-1 FOR SALE--Progresm "e Everbearing Strawberry Plants at 25c per doz. Mike Mazoll. Phone 243-J. 51-4 FOR SALEWhite Dent Seed Corn, t00 per cent test, at $2.25 per bush- el. Phone " w o "51-2 FOR SAI, EOne Ford runabout wth full door cab and box at a bargain. Orbonville Implement Co. 51-1 FOR SALE--One Fordson Tractor and Plow, overhauled and in fine condition at practically your own price. Look this over. Ortonville Implement Co. 51- Food Sale. The Ladies of the Pleasant Valley Methodist church will hold a food sale Saturday, April 29, at the Kollitz Mer- cantile Store, eommencing  at 2:00 p. m. 'Plenty of good things to eat. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the American Legion, the Auxiliary, and the many friends and neighbors for the acts of kindness and sympathy, and also for the beautiful flowers, at the funeral of our son, Ralph M. Spink. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Spink, Charles L. Spink, Edgar A. Spink, Mrs. E. W. Marler. i , . L "=Jui00-I WorI00s Lowest Priced FULLY EQUIPPED Automobile s525 el'he People'$ Car See  2 Compare it Try it a Our Gt i Wm. Cummens "The Pixies," A Fairyland Story To Be Shown By School Children "The Pixies," a story centering! about the stealing of the fairy Sun- shine of the Goblins, will be presented ,y the pupils of the Ortonville schools, at the Orpheum theatre here, at a :natinee on Thursday afternoon, at 3:00 o'clock and on Friday eveMng, May 5, at 8:00 o'clock, under the dJ- ,ceYlon of Miss Frances Irgens. As the story goes, great alarm is ::b(,wn in the Fairy Court. Prhlc Jrimel arrives with his Pixie baml .d gratiously offers his assistance in ,covering Sunshine from the Caul- 'ran of the Goblins. The Furies unite :,ith the Goblins in combating the ;iyies, but are finally overcame. Lit- Sunshine is returned to Queen Ti- tanis, and peace reins again in Fairy- l([. :eventy-five pupils from the grades ill take part in the play. Reserved e::ts will be on sale at Palm's Jewelry tore for the performance to be given )n Friday night. Admission charge 25c and 50c. A charge of 10c will be made for the matinee. The cast of characters follows. ?rinse Florimel, ruler of the Pixie Band .................... Margaret Hipple holly Chrysanthemum, from Dude- dora .............................. Alfred Miller Tennyson Quote-a-bit ...................... Milton Stotesbury Jack Tar:"a"douglty sailor .............. ............................................ Orlos Sails Runnan Sahkem, the guardian of the peace ............ Donald Stotesbury Uncle Sam, of the land of the free .................................. David LaCombe Michael O'Reilly, fresh from KiN larney ........................ Francis Foster Weiner Wurst, of the vintage of '98 .................................. Karl Kollitz Ulysses S. Stiffback, the major ...... ................................ Cyrus Martinson Scalp-'em-all, the Indian .................. ........................................ Doyle Potter Wun Lung, but it's a good one ....... .................................... Edwin Petrlck Straka, the Jap .............. George Vikre Grizzlyowen, the Eskimo. ................ ........................................ Boyde Sigloh Ikie Isaacstien, with his wonderful pants ........................ Gerhard Block Osmun Ahmid, the bloody Turk .... ...................................... Warran Libby Olaf Johnson, a relative of Ole Ole- son .............. : ............... Allyn Sehoen Rinaldo Wigarde, the wandering Italian minstrel ...... Lawrence Ulrich Jacks, his performing monkey .......... .................................... Glenn Holman Atban, ruler of the Goblins ............. : ...................................... Bayard Libby Goblins in Alban's service: Vitr, Low- ell wenson; Litr, Frank Johnson; Fill, Raymond Kight; Kill, Floyd Hau- sauer; l]ivor, Reuben Beck; Bavor, ere Moore; Jakie, Nathan Ulrich Petie, Sammy Barr. Two Pages: Mary Louise Kaerchez Smrley onEschen. Four l?lam Pixies: Vincent Palmer, Joe Beard, Francis Karn, Myron Port. Queen Titana, Goddess of the Flow- ers: Stella Heathman. Angelica, the Fairy Exquisite: Hel- en Simmaker. Sunshine, the unfortunate: Amy Stotesbury. Wee Atendants to the Queen: Tiny- mite, Leona Kriesel; Tiddlewinks Evelyn Powell. Ladies in waiting to the Queen Morning Glory, Mildred Warlord Violet, Elizabeth Love; Daffodil, Mar- los Beard; Sweetpea, Nina Anderson Anemone, Esther Waddans; Narcissus, Beaulah Carlson; Daisy, Illa Sigloh; Forget-me-not, Dolore Cornelisen Rosebud, May Wein; Lily, Irene Rein- hart; Pansy, Rowena Fosburgh. Four Butterfly Guards: Mildred Nelson, Marie Harris, Della Petrick Helen Kollitz. Amazon Guards: Hattie Weatherly Lorrayne Warlord, Vivian Hassles, Florence Geisel, Marion Clark, Iola Smith, Fern Hudson, Ethel Reinhart, Laura Wend, Helen Kaddatz, Edith Pilger, Katherine Michell, Verna Lou Kahler, Dorothy Vanhorn, Grace Rudd, Louise Vogelbacher, Portia Buck, Bessie Brennecke, Dorothy Brown. Three Furies: Anna Reilly, Elsie Martinson, Anita McAllister. Sandman: Donald Bertelson. J. F. ROSENWALD DEAD. ()nee Prominent In State Politics and Former Member of House. John F. Resenwald of Madison, Minnesota, former member of the Minnesota legislature and prominent at one throe in state politics, died early today at Revillo, S. D., according to a dispatch from that place. He lind been in ill health several years and was living with a daughter, Mrs. Wal- ter Little. Funeral services will take place Thursday at Madison. I Mr. Rosenwahl was well known among the residents of Big Stone! county, having addressed several poli- tical meetings in various parts of, the oounty during his life time. Great Leaders Marshal Foch Leader of the Allied Armies HEN the Allies combined the strength of all theft armies under one command they won the war. Are a composite of all the best principles of tire building. Every detail of construction has been care- fully worked out and tested before it goes into the tire. No material, no method is accepted in Bruns- wick Tire factories until its value has been proved by actual tests. Try Brunswick Tires. Keep your own record of their mileage. Judge them by results. You will be con- tet to use them elways. Ortonville Tire Shop Ortonville, Minn. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- CLOSURE SALE. Default has been made in the condi- tions of a certain mortgage made by Maud A. Conrad, spinster, mortga'or to J. N. Fremn, mortgagee, dated the 10th day of December, 191b, conveying and mortgaging the real estate of mortgaged premises situated in the County of Bi" Stone and state of Minnesota, described as follows, to- wit: Government lots two (2) and three (3), in Section twenty-one (21), in Township one hundred and twenty- one (121) of range forty-six (46), con- taining all 55.20 acres by Govt. sur- vey; and with the power of sale therein contained duly recorded on the llth d ay of Deceon.ber at 9 o'clockl a. m., in Book 44 of Mort- gages at page 520 thereof in the office of the Register of Deeds] in and for said County; and it is] stipulated in said mortgage that i! default is made by said grantor in payment of any of the said mortgaged debt, principal or interest when the same became due, it shall be lawful for the holder of said ms rtgage to declare the whole sum secured thereby to be due; and the said mortgagor failed to pay the interest on said mortgage which fell due on the 10th day of December, 1921; and that by reason of said de- fault the said mortgagee has declared the whole sum of money, principal and interest secured by said mortgage due and payable; and there is claimed to be due at the date of this notice the sum of three thousand two hun- dred ninety-three and 67-100 ($3,293.- 67) dollars; and no action or proceed- ings has been instituted to recover the debt remaining secured by said nort- I gage or any part thereof. Now there- [ fore notice is hereby given that said[ mortgage will be foreclosed by the] sale of said mortgaged premises pur-[ suant to the statute at public vendue by the Sheriff of said County to the highest bidder for cash on Saturday the, 3rd day of June, at 9 o'clock in the fore- noon of Vhat day at the front door of the courthouse in the city of Or- tonville in said county to satisfy the amount due on said mortgage togeth- er with seventy-five dollars ($75.00) attorney's fees as stipulated in said mortgage to be paid in case of fore- closure, and the disbursements allow- ed by law. Dated this 24th day of April, 1922. J. N. FREAM, Mortgagee, LLOYD G. MOYER, Attorney for Mortgagee, Montevideo, Minn. Politeness is one of the big invest-I You can't tell by the noise a ments known. It pays enormous divi-imakes, how much money a man dends, t but you can generally tell by Wben in doubt, drink water, iquiet he keeps how much he / . /' IDYA 74578 SIRE--Coco 60171 and traces back to the Great Picador belonging to the French Government. DAM--Rigolette 49958 Horse now ready for service and will be stood at the C. W. Merchant farm and also the W. G. Von- Eschen farm in Yellowbank Township. Horse will be traveled and further made to accommodate those in the vicinity. TERMS-----To insure standing colt, $15.00. In case mare is sold following, fee becomes due and payable. C. W. Merchant, Handled by W. G. VON ESCHEN Ortonville, Minnesota. / / Shingles Best Roofing Material Shingles as an all 'round Roofing have never been surpassed. Our p r e s e n t stock of clear butt Cedar Shingles is the best we have ever had. Botsford Lumber Company E. W. Miller, Mgr. Ortonville, Minn. | }18re intere#.s. As our the more .qou bee00e the this bank ,If thro00 b00nking can promote ,nte00ests, ran be sure 6four co-operation and support, i [ Ortonville, Minnesota