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THURSDAY, MAY 10. 321 [PERSONAL, SOCIAL [ AND NEWSITEMS J. D. Ross is in St. Pul fo  a few" dayS. O. M. Osen made a rip to Madi- son Thursday. F. L. Cliff was a twi city visitor the first of the week. Ed. Kollitz was up Yrom Odessa Thursday on business. Manley Alsaker visit4 his brother at White Rock, S. D., Snday. Miss Ruth Hickson ithe guest of Mrs. James Moulton thi week. Roswell Wilkes of Ahrdeen, S. D., visited friends here Tueay and Wed- nesday. Miss Christine Miike%n will spend the week-end at Belgrae visiting her mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. aser will go to Minneapolis tomorror night for a days stay. Hayden French lef Wednesday morning for Ely to attnd a Masonic celebration. C. A. Minnick of Marsall is visiting his sister Mrs. Harry Oderre for an indefinite period. "Bob" Lindquist movd into the old Borglin residence vacaed by Chas. Magnusson Monday. J. F. Wein returnet e filet of the week fre.m California were he spent the winter and spring. Mrs. Cynthia Miner olFrazee is ex- pected Friday for a two,reeks visit at the Hayden French hem. Miss Jenkins of Eat Claire, Wis., is visiting at the homeof her uncle, J. R. Jenkins of this ciy. Max Henneberg wh( is operating the Meredith farm east ff Odessa was a business caller Money. John Anderson of theOrtonvil|e Oil Company left for the 4ties Wednes- day afternoon on busiless. F. B. Snell of Welsh-, S. D., vis- ited at the home of Mrs O. E. Bough- ton for a few days las! week. Mr. and Mrs. Harr Coderre and C. A. Minnick motor to Marshall Sunday returning homeMonday. Mrs. J. Arthur Matews says she has a colony of Martils in the Mar- tin house she recently erected. A. W. Persson of Bhnt, S. D., vis- ited his brother Ed. ovc Sunday. He is running a general st,re at Blunt. A seven and a half lOund (laughter was born to Mr. and !rs. J. C. San- born at Evangelical tvspital Thurs- day. Mrs. M. Soholt and sm Rudolph and daughter, and Mrs. Ge&apos;tsen of Madi son visited at the O. d. Osen home Sunday. Dry B. R. Karn spe Sunday with his family. He is ta[ing a special course Minneapolis. of study at the University at Attorney James0rrmnd of Morris opped off for a few h)urs Friday on his eturn from Madon where he attended court. Thl  Northwestern tlephone crew ing down the old Tri-State tele- poles between First, Second streets. Last Monday Chas. fagnusson mov- ed into his new house which he erected on his three acre tract of land near the John Oobak residence. Mrs. Sigrid Bruns and Miss eck ........ . " Genex a "' aken rote the Women's at the last regular meet- l'hursday evening. The Congregational Ladies' Aid will meet at the home o Mrs. MInT Kern on Friday afternoon. Every- one cordially invited to attend. Herb Bolsta, Earl Miller, Floyd the and A1 Jacobsen made a trip to Thursday morning in the of the American Legion. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm departed for Sioux Falls, S. D., Wednesday morning to visit their daughter Mar- guerite and husband for a few days. marriage lieense was issul to Harry Vanderpoel of Lac county and Miss Ellen Ba- of Grant county, South Dakota. Mrs. W. D. Gowan and little dan h ter retu.ra, ed t " g " --_^,. hs week from several Me,,Vlsit, at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. dac McCoy returned with her. L The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish utheran church will meet with Mrs. Alftl Johnson Saturda a fteYnoon May 9  Y , ViteL ' veryone is cordially in- Charbonnell, Executive Spe- of the Maryland Casualty of Baltimore, visited Or- Wednesday in the interest of lodge are to go to Wheaten on Thurs- 26 to attend the District at which the will take part work of Mrk Finney and daughter Ella p.?nrvin, S. D., cousin of Mrs F J , vr, arrived Saturda to s n un aYwit - Y pe dS - west o" v, lr.. and Mrs. Piper who live --  llnton. hR.evL H. B. Adams of Clinton was ' 'riday getting advertising for .ne Big Stone County Fair book He s that the fair this year w}ll be , better than ever before. .a Chas. Bremer and John Price 2es will leave St' Petersburg, Aberdeen, S. D., Satur- ,_ z this week The" will occu . meir co*t-- - " Y . py ,, ages here sometime in june. ,.eary Rodengen of the Artichoke or States that hundreds of rots A a and sunfish were caught in  '"ORe lak and, .- e last Sunday. Pickerel .- ,lke are also rote 1 this lake q p entfful 'n J. A. Anderson and L. P. Zimmer- man of this city, Carl Moberg of Clinton and Dr. A, G. Ahrens of Bel- "lingham purchased new Ford cars ofl J. Arthur Mat(hews & Co. during the past week. Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Kaercher went to St Paul Monday night. Befm'e returning home Mr. Kaercher expects to purchase about twenty Holstein cows in Wisconsin and southeastern Minnesota. Mrs, C. C. Olsen and Mrs. J. Kern are among the club members to at- tend the District Federation of Wom- en's Clubs now being held at Granite Falls, as delegates from the local or- ganization. Cards are out announcing the mar- riage of Miss Florence Dixon who formerly attended school here to a doctor at Mobridge, S. D., where she has been nursing in a hospital for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Osen entertain- ed the latter's brother, Henry Sam- nelson, her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Francis McCarty and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Daylor and daughter of Renville, S. D., Sunday. Mrs. B. Feathers of Tacoma, Wash., announces the marriage of her daugh- ter Miss Elsie to Ernest E. Smith of that place on the fifth of this month. Mrs. Feathers and her daugh- ter lived at Ortonville for a year or more. Miss Mabel Holmquist is entertain- ing the members .of the Lutheran Choir at her home about five miles up the lake this evening. There are about forty members. It is needless to say that they will be royally enter- rained. "Jack" Evans, travelling salesman for the Manhattan Oil Company, has been put in charge of the Sioux Falls, S. D., territory with headquarters at that point. He has been making Or- tonville his headquarters for several months past. The Womans' Missionary Society of Odessa will hold a Silver Medal Ora- torical Contest at the Hall in Odessa on.Friday evening in which six con- testants will participate. Home-made ice cream and cake will be served. A cordial invitation is extended to all. At a regular meeting of Golden Rod Rebekah Lodge Wednesday even- ing Mrs. L. P. Hess was elected Noble Grand and Mrs. . J. Wilkins Vice- Gand for the six months to follow. The Ortonville lodge will put on the initiatory work at the District meet- ing in Wheaten May 26 and the Clin- ton lodge will put on the memorial smwices. Col. William Wellendorf shipped a carload of clipped sheep and lambs last Thursday. He received $10.50 a hundred for the lambs, $8.00 for year- lings and $7.00 for we(hers. They were some of the finest looking sheep received at South St. Paul for some time and were exceptionally fat. From St. Paul Mr. Wellendorf went to Ro- chester on a business trip, returning home Wednesday morning. A parcel shower was given by Mrs. H. W. Palm and Mrs. M. P. Roske Saturday afternoon at the Palm home in honor of Miss Ruby Odney at which about twenty guests were pres- ent. Huge baskets of lilacs and ap- ple blossoms added to the attractive- ness of the setting. A two course luncheon was served after which par- cels, containing many beautiful and useful gifts, were opened, and a so- cial time enjoyed. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE 5 Mrs. Fred Ekstrom and children of In addition to mash feed a mixture ettles down to a very ordinary life of St. Paul and Mrs. Atle, Wee(ling and two children of Nm%h Dakota are vis- iting at the home of Jotm Weeding in Otrey township for a few days. Mrs. Ekstrom will spend a few days at the A. W. McLane home here before re- turning to St. Paul. F. E. Shepard closed the sale of his house this week to M, Holt(isis( west of Big Stone City who will take pos- session July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard will retain a couple of rooms for the balance of the summer and are unde- cided as to their future plans. They will visit relatives and friends a part of the sum,mer. A. V. Randall returned Satmxlay af- ternoon from a month's tour in the West. At Seattle he visited his brother Cydt che GeorKe Iuver family, Miss May Culver, Miss Elsie Ehns, Dr. Joe Millet and Frank Mil- lett, formerly from Moonshine town- ship, and Chas. Schneider. He also called on Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Light at Granite Falls, Wash., Mr. and Mr. Ed. Keefe at Clear Lake, Wash., and Miss Mary Shumaker at Everett, Wasl They were all anxious to learn about Ortonville folks and all looked natural except Charles Schneider who had lost considerable weight and whose mustache was white, making him considerably changed in appear- anec. ('HICK RATIONS. Extract from A. D. Smith's Circular On the Care of Young Chicks. The nursery period extends from the hatching until the chicks are(we weeks old. First Day After the batch is com- plete(l, leave it in the incubator for the first twenty-four hours, t Second Day Feed six times, pro- riding one-half ounce, which will be approximately one small handful, for each fifty birds for each feeding of the following rations: steel-cut oat- meal, commercial chick starter, crack- er crumbs or stale bread crumbs. Third Day--Feed as (luring the sec- ond (lay, and ive one feeding of reen food--a lettuce leaf, an inside cab- bage leaf, or short grass on sod. Do not cut into small pieces but make them pick it. Continue reen foods until birds are placed on range. Fourth Day Feed as on third day, providing about two ounces at each feeding for every fifty birds. Place light litter o straw, straw chaff, or hay chaff on the floor and feed in lit- ter. Fifth Day to Two Weeks of Age-- Repeat feedings on the fourth day, omitting noon-day feeding and pro- viding wheat or bran on clean boards, removing amount when birds have eaten for five or six minutes. When pure wheat bran is not obtainable, use a good commercial chick mash. For the first ten days provide the chicks with all the whole milk they will take in ten to fifteen minutes. After that provide skimmilk, or if this is not available add 10 per cent meat scraps to the bran or mash. Use all sweet milk or all sour milk Do not change. From the end of the second week until the eighth week the chicks are in the feathering period. Spply mash feed in hopper, using one of the following feeds: 1. Prepared chick mash, or 2. Pure wheat bran, or 3. Equal parts by weight of corn meal, wheat ,middlings, wheat bran, fine oatmeal and 10 per cent of good grade of meat scraps. AERCHERDALE REAMY REAM from ONTENTED Our cream may again be bought on and af- ter Saturday of this week at.the same markets as formerly, that is-- Pioneer Meat Market, Phone 53 Lundstrom & Geisel, Phone 91 At the present costs of feeds, labor and stock, we are able to furnish you with cream, guaranteed to whip, at 50c per quart, 25c per pint and 13c the half pint. Our new cooling sys- tem, and modern method of handling cream, does much to overcome the tendency of cream to sour. Herd is tested and is free from tuber- culosis. We invite you to visit our dairy, see our herd and see how our cream is produced. Ask for Kaercherdale Kreamy Kream. We guarantee every bottle. If not satisfied for any reason, bring it back and your money will be refunded. Kaercherdale Farm KAERcHER & SCHAFER, Props. OrtonviUe, Minnesota. of equal part.< finely cracked corn. wheat and hulled oats twice a day or use commercial chick feed. Feed all birds will clean up in twenty or thir- ty minutes. The Range Period lasts from the time the chicks are eight weeks oht until maturity. At this period place the chicks on range as soon as weather is suitable. There is danger of chicks getting out too early unless very. well protected. No. 3 mash may be used for this period adding 15 per cent meat scraps in place of 10 per cent milk, if milk is not obtainable and adding also 1 pound of salt to 100 pounds of feed. Finely ground oats may be used in place of oatmeal in this ration. Keeping the Boy On the Farm. One of the farmer's .most difficult problems has been the keeping of the boy on the farm. It seems to be human nature that as soon as a boy arrives at the young manhood period, the city appeals very strongly to him. Up to this time he has spent all his life on the farm. He has learned the cultivation of soil, the rotation of crops and the million and one other things necessary to the successful operation of the farm. His value to the farmer can not be estimated anti oftentimes should the lad depart for the city, it is necessary for the farmer to try and replace him by some fellow who is inexperienced, which results in a loss of time, production of money. Quite often such action is a detri,ment to the young man as well as to the farmer. For when he gets to the city he finds that things are not just as he had them pictured. He is re- quired to start in on a job at the bot- tom and oftentimes before he has worked his way up to a responsible position, he becomes discouraged and MICKIE SAYS /-'' .. :x: -aal , AN) : l meager means without the possibili- ties of the independent life which were afforded him had he remained on the farm. Now the thing which has in most eases taken the farm boy to the city is the promise of more pleasure, more comfort and more convenience in his living condition as well as the promie of more pay and better atvancement. Where conveniences of electric light and power, of running water, a mod- ern bathroom and labor saving devices of all kinds have been installed on the farm it is found that the boys are much more content to stay and carry on the work for which their early training has fitted them. A great many farmers, heads of families in which there'are several boys, have realized this and have given their farms these modern conveniences. We Carry a Complete Line of... Fancy and Staple Groceries Vegetables and Fruits | i A. C. SAEGER Phone $7 Ortonville, Minn. They have been repaid by having their The want ads will get you results. boys stay with them instead of going, to the city. I A trial will convince you. Carter's Union Suits CARTER'S UNDERWEAR For Men Carter's Knit Underwear has a reputation all its own, because no other un- derwear satisfies critical men as does the springy, flexible, yet snug fit of "Carter's"-- especially its absorbent quality that takes care of perspiration --so different from moist, chilly, woven clothes. The next you're near by, step in and ask to see-- CARTER'S UNDERWEAR the kind well dressed men wear. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Carter's fine white lisle Union Suits; half sleeves; ankle and 3-4 length; $1 29 per suit ........ II I I I t . Cat" in A Car With Personality There is an air of distinction aboat the New Series "Gkabrook - that you will find in no other moderate paced, five Imcng, car. That is why it h been adopted by rcglly Imaatt li who will not tolerate the commonplace, Then. remember, it not only looks but acts the thorogh Undm" the hood there is s marvelously efficient motor altar accelerates from five to twenty five miles per hour in nine mconda flat.. This me.an giant nergy for hills and every tg of the highway, Last, but not least, the Gleh0"rook '' is a rigid Economist. It extmcm every atom of pow from a gallon of gasoline and turns up surprising mileage on a set of tires It is a thrift ear with a keen sporting personality--a very hard combination to find. But we ask you to establish these facts for yourself. Take itm -, one ride in the "Glcnbrook ' and discover what actually lies hidden under,he hood. It will prove a rbve:tmn, we blicv, and a liberal education in strictl modern engiaeehg. PAIGg-DETROIT MOTOR "CAR CO., DETROIT ...  Pat. M Cat,  M 1 .,, THE PARK GARAGE THURSDAY, MAY 10. 321 [PERSONAL, SOCIAL [ AND NEWSITEMS J. D. Ross is in St. Pul fo  a few" dayS. O. M. Osen made a rip to Madi- son Thursday. F. L. Cliff was a twi city visitor the first of the week. Ed. Kollitz was up Yrom Odessa Thursday on business. Manley Alsaker visit4 his brother at White Rock, S. D., Snday. Miss Ruth Hickson ithe guest of Mrs. James Moulton thi week. Roswell Wilkes of Ahrdeen, S. D., visited friends here Tueay and Wed- nesday. Miss Christine Miike%n will spend the week-end at Belgrae visiting her mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. aser will go to Minneapolis tomorror night for a days stay. Hayden French lef Wednesday morning for Ely to attnd a Masonic celebration. C. A. Minnick of Marsall is visiting his sister Mrs. Harry Oderre for an indefinite period. "Bob" Lindquist movd into the old Borglin residence vacaed by Chas. Magnusson Monday. J. F. Wein returnet e filet of the week fre.m California were he spent the winter and spring. Mrs. Cynthia Miner olFrazee is ex- pected Friday for a two,reeks visit at the Hayden French hem. Miss Jenkins of Eat Claire, Wis., is visiting at the homeof her uncle, J. R. Jenkins of this ciy. Max Henneberg wh( is operating the Meredith farm east ff Odessa was a business caller Money. John Anderson of theOrtonvil|e Oil Company left for the 4ties Wednes- day afternoon on busiless. F. B. Snell of Welsh-, S. D., vis- ited at the home of Mrs O. E. Bough- ton for a few days las! week. Mr. and Mrs. Harr Coderre and C. A. Minnick motor to Marshall Sunday returning homeMonday. Mrs. J. Arthur Matews says she has a colony of Martils in the Mar- tin house she recently erected. A. W. Persson of Bhnt, S. D., vis- ited his brother Ed. ovc Sunday. He is running a general st,re at Blunt. A seven and a half lOund (laughter was born to Mr. and !rs. J. C. San- born at Evangelical tvspital Thurs- day. Mrs. M. Soholt and sm Rudolph and daughter, and Mrs. Ge'tsen of Madi son visited at the O. d. Osen home Sunday. Dry B. R. Karn spe Sunday with his family. He is ta[ing a special course Minneapolis. of study at the University at Attorney James0rrmnd of Morris opped off for a few h)urs Friday on his eturn from Madon where he attended court. Thl  Northwestern tlephone crew ing down the old Tri-State tele- poles between First, Second streets. Last Monday Chas. fagnusson mov- ed into his new house which he erected on his three acre tract of land near the John Oobak residence. Mrs. Sigrid Bruns and Miss eck ........ . " Genex a "' aken rote the Women's at the last regular meet- l'hursday evening. The Congregational Ladies' Aid will meet at the home o Mrs. MInT Kern on Friday afternoon. Every- one cordially invited to attend. Herb Bolsta, Earl Miller, Floyd the and A1 Jacobsen made a trip to Thursday morning in the of the American Legion. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm departed for Sioux Falls, S. D., Wednesday morning to visit their daughter Mar- guerite and husband for a few days. marriage lieense was issul to Harry Vanderpoel of Lac county and Miss Ellen Ba- of Grant county, South Dakota. Mrs. W. D. Gowan and little dan h ter retu.ra, ed t " g " --_^,. hs week from several Me,,Vlsit, at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. dac McCoy returned with her. L The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish utheran church will meet with Mrs. Alftl Johnson Saturda a fteYnoon May 9  Y , ViteL ' veryone is cordially in- Charbonnell, Executive Spe- of the Maryland Casualty of Baltimore, visited Or- Wednesday in the interest of lodge are to go to Wheaten on Thurs- 26 to attend the District at which the will take part work of Mrk Finney and daughter Ella p.?nrvin, S. D., cousin of Mrs F J , vr, arrived Saturda to s n un aYwit - Y pe dS - west o" v, lr.. and Mrs. Piper who live --  llnton. hR.evL H. B. Adams of Clinton was ' 'riday getting advertising for .ne Big Stone County Fair book He s that the fair this year w}ll be , better than ever before. .a Chas. Bremer and John Price 2es will leave St' Petersburg, Aberdeen, S. D., Satur- ,_ z this week The" will occu . meir co*t-- - " Y . py ,, ages here sometime in june. ,.eary Rodengen of the Artichoke or States that hundreds of rots A a and sunfish were caught in  '"ORe lak and, .- e last Sunday. Pickerel .- ,lke are also rote 1 this lake q p entfful 'n J. A. Anderson and L. P. Zimmer- man of this city, Carl Moberg of Clinton and Dr. A, G. Ahrens of Bel- "lingham purchased new Ford cars ofl J. Arthur Mat(hews & Co. during the past week. Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Kaercher went to St Paul Monday night. Befm'e returning home Mr. Kaercher expects to purchase about twenty Holstein cows in Wisconsin and southeastern Minnesota. Mrs, C. C. Olsen and Mrs. J. Kern are among the club members to at- tend the District Federation of Wom- en's Clubs now being held at Granite Falls, as delegates from the local or- ganization. Cards are out announcing the mar- riage of Miss Florence Dixon who formerly attended school here to a doctor at Mobridge, S. D., where she has been nursing in a hospital for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Osen entertain- ed the latter's brother, Henry Sam- nelson, her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Francis McCarty and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Daylor and daughter of Renville, S. D., Sunday. Mrs. B. Feathers of Tacoma, Wash., announces the marriage of her daugh- ter Miss Elsie to Ernest E. Smith of that place on the fifth of this month. Mrs. Feathers and her daugh- ter lived at Ortonville for a year or more. Miss Mabel Holmquist is entertain- ing the members .of the Lutheran Choir at her home about five miles up the lake this evening. There are about forty members. It is needless to say that they will be royally enter- rained. "Jack" Evans, travelling salesman for the Manhattan Oil Company, has been put in charge of the Sioux Falls, S. D., territory with headquarters at that point. He has been making Or- tonville his headquarters for several months past. The Womans' Missionary Society of Odessa will hold a Silver Medal Ora- torical Contest at the Hall in Odessa on.Friday evening in which six con- testants will participate. Home-made ice cream and cake will be served. A cordial invitation is extended to all. At a regular meeting of Golden Rod Rebekah Lodge Wednesday even- ing Mrs. L. P. Hess was elected Noble Grand and Mrs. . J. Wilkins Vice- Gand for the six months to follow. The Ortonville lodge will put on the initiatory work at the District meet- ing in Wheaten May 26 and the Clin- ton lodge will put on the memorial smwices. Col. William Wellendorf shipped a carload of clipped sheep and lambs last Thursday. He received $10.50 a hundred for the lambs, $8.00 for year- lings and $7.00 for we(hers. They were some of the finest looking sheep received at South St. Paul for some time and were exceptionally fat. From St. Paul Mr. Wellendorf went to Ro- chester on a business trip, returning home Wednesday morning. A parcel shower was given by Mrs. H. W. Palm and Mrs. M. P. Roske Saturday afternoon at the Palm home in honor of Miss Ruby Odney at which about twenty guests were pres- ent. Huge baskets of lilacs and ap- ple blossoms added to the attractive- ness of the setting. A two course luncheon was served after which par- cels, containing many beautiful and useful gifts, were opened, and a so- cial time enjoyed. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE 5 Mrs. Fred Ekstrom and children of In addition to mash feed a mixture ettles down to a very ordinary life of St. Paul and Mrs. Atle, Wee(ling and two children of Nm%h Dakota are vis- iting at the home of Jotm Weeding in Otrey township for a few days. Mrs. Ekstrom will spend a few days at the A. W. McLane home here before re- turning to St. Paul. F. E. Shepard closed the sale of his house this week to M, Holt(isis( west of Big Stone City who will take pos- session July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard will retain a couple of rooms for the balance of the summer and are unde- cided as to their future plans. They will visit relatives and friends a part of the sum,mer. A. V. Randall returned Satmxlay af- ternoon from a month's tour in the West. At Seattle he visited his brother Cydt che GeorKe Iuver family, Miss May Culver, Miss Elsie Ehns, Dr. Joe Millet and Frank Mil- lett, formerly from Moonshine town- ship, and Chas. Schneider. He also called on Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Light at Granite Falls, Wash., Mr. and Mr. Ed. Keefe at Clear Lake, Wash., and Miss Mary Shumaker at Everett, Wasl They were all anxious to learn about Ortonville folks and all looked natural except Charles Schneider who had lost considerable weight and whose mustache was white, making him considerably changed in appear- anec. ('HICK RATIONS. Extract from A. D. Smith's Circular On the Care of Young Chicks. The nursery period extends from the hatching until the chicks are(we weeks old. First Day After the batch is com- plete(l, leave it in the incubator for the first twenty-four hours, t Second Day Feed six times, pro- riding one-half ounce, which will be approximately one small handful, for each fifty birds for each feeding of the following rations: steel-cut oat- meal, commercial chick starter, crack- er crumbs or stale bread crumbs. Third Day--Feed as (luring the sec- ond (lay, and ive one feeding of reen food--a lettuce leaf, an inside cab- bage leaf, or short grass on sod. Do not cut into small pieces but make them pick it. Continue reen foods until birds are placed on range. Fourth Day Feed as on third day, providing about two ounces at each feeding for every fifty birds. Place light litter o straw, straw chaff, or hay chaff on the floor and feed in lit- ter. Fifth Day to Two Weeks of Age-- Repeat feedings on the fourth day, omitting noon-day feeding and pro- viding wheat or bran on clean boards, removing amount when birds have eaten for five or six minutes. When pure wheat bran is not obtainable, use a good commercial chick mash. For the first ten days provide the chicks with all the whole milk they will take in ten to fifteen minutes. After that provide skimmilk, or if this is not available add 10 per cent meat scraps to the bran or mash. Use all sweet milk or all sour milk Do not change. From the end of the second week until the eighth week the chicks are in the feathering period. Spply mash feed in hopper, using one of the following feeds: 1. Prepared chick mash, or 2. Pure wheat bran, or 3. Equal parts by weight of corn meal, wheat ,middlings, wheat bran, fine oatmeal and 10 per cent of good grade of meat scraps. AERCHERDALE REAMY REAM from ONTENTED Our cream may again be bought on and af- ter Saturday of this week at.the same markets as formerly, that is-- Pioneer Meat Market, Phone 53 Lundstrom & Geisel, Phone 91 At the present costs of feeds, labor and stock, we are able to furnish you with cream, guaranteed to whip, at 50c per quart, 25c per pint and 13c the half pint. Our new cooling sys- tem, and modern method of handling cream, does much to overcome the tendency of cream to sour. Herd is tested and is free from tuber- culosis. We invite you to visit our dairy, see our herd and see how our cream is produced. Ask for Kaercherdale Kreamy Kream. We guarantee every bottle. If not satisfied for any reason, bring it back and your money will be refunded. Kaercherdale Farm KAERcHER & SCHAFER, Props. OrtonviUe, Minnesota. of equal part.< finely cracked corn. wheat and hulled oats twice a day or use commercial chick feed. Feed all birds will clean up in twenty or thir- ty minutes. The Range Period lasts from the time the chicks are eight weeks oht until maturity. At this period place the chicks on range as soon as weather is suitable. There is danger of chicks getting out too early unless very. well protected. No. 3 mash may be used for this period adding 15 per cent meat scraps in place of 10 per cent milk, if milk is not obtainable and adding also 1 pound of salt to 100 pounds of feed. Finely ground oats may be used in place of oatmeal in this ration. Keeping the Boy On the Farm. One of the farmer's .most difficult problems has been the keeping of the boy on the farm. It seems to be human nature that as soon as a boy arrives at the young manhood period, the city appeals very strongly to him. Up to this time he has spent all his life on the farm. He has learned the cultivation of soil, the rotation of crops and the million and one other things necessary to the successful operation of the farm. His value to the farmer can not be estimated anti oftentimes should the lad depart for the city, it is necessary for the farmer to try and replace him by some fellow who is inexperienced, which results in a loss of time, production of money. Quite often such action is a detri,ment to the young man as well as to the farmer. For when he gets to the city he finds that things are not just as he had them pictured. He is re- quired to start in on a job at the bot- tom and oftentimes before he has worked his way up to a responsible position, he becomes discouraged and MICKIE SAYS /-'' .. :x: -aal , AN) : l meager means without the possibili- ties of the independent life which were afforded him had he remained on the farm. Now the thing which has in most eases taken the farm boy to the city is the promise of more pleasure, more comfort and more convenience in his living condition as well as the promie of more pay and better atvancement. Where conveniences of electric light and power, of running water, a mod- ern bathroom and labor saving devices of all kinds have been installed on the farm it is found that the boys are much more content to stay and carry on the work for which their early training has fitted them. A great many farmers, heads of families in which there'are several boys, have realized this and have given their farms these modern conveniences. We Carry a Complete Line of... Fancy and Staple Groceries Vegetables and Fruits | i A. C. SAEGER Phone $7 Ortonville, Minn. They have been repaid by having their The want ads will get you results. boys stay with them instead of going, to the city. I A trial will convince you. Carter's Union Suits CARTER'S UNDERWEAR For Men Carter's Knit Underwear has a reputation all its own, because no other un- derwear satisfies critical men as does the springy, flexible, yet snug fit of "Carter's"-- especially its absorbent quality that takes care of perspiration --so different from moist, chilly, woven clothes. The next you're near by, step in and ask to see-- CARTER'S UNDERWEAR the kind well dressed men wear. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Carter's fine white lisle Union Suits; half sleeves; ankle and 3-4 length; $1 29 per suit ........ II I I I t . Cat" in A Car With Personality There is an air of distinction aboat the New Series "Gkabrook - that you will find in no other moderate paced, five Imcng, car. That is why it h been adopted by rcglly Imaatt li who will not tolerate the commonplace, Then. remember, it not only looks but acts the thorogh Undm" the hood there is s marvelously efficient motor altar accelerates from five to twenty five miles per hour in nine mconda flat.. This me.an giant nergy for hills and every tg of the highway, Last, but not least, the Gleh0"rook '' is a rigid Economist. It extmcm every atom of pow from a gallon of gasoline and turns up surprising mileage on a set of tires It is a thrift ear with a keen sporting personality--a very hard combination to find. But we ask you to establish these facts for yourself. Take itm -, one ride in the "Glcnbrook ' and discover what actually lies hidden under,he hood. It will prove a rbve:tmn, we blicv, and a liberal education in strictl modern engiaeehg. PAIGg-DETROIT MOTOR "CAR CO., DETROIT ...  Pat. M Cat,  M 1 .,, THE PARK GARAGE THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDE."r PERSONAL, S*CIAL AND NEWSITEMS J. D. Ross is in st. Pal for a fe days. O. M. Osen made a tip to Mad{ n Thursday. F. L. Cliff was a twt city visltol the first of the weeL Ed. Kollaz was up rom Odes Thursday on biaees. Mley AIker slt4 bJs brothel at White Rock, S. D., nday. Miss Rutk Riekn ithe guest oJ Mrs. Jes MouIton thi week. RI Wilkes of Abrde, S. D. 'sited fronds hem T.eay ad Wed. needay. is Chsfine MikelDn will spent the wk-d at Belgr 'aiting hel Mr. d Mm. W. E. ;r will g to nnpolja tom nlght for days ay. Hayden French lef Wednesda montl.g for Ety o attad a Masonl, C. A. Minnick of Marall is vJsitln ih sster Mrs. Harry 6derl far 1 efinite perod. "Bob" Lqust mood into the old orgl iden vaceed by Chas. MaZnuon Monday. :he spent sprmg, e Mrs. Cynthia Miner oJFrazee is ex peered Friday for a twoks vizir al the Haydea Fnch hem 41ss Jen of Ea Cla , We. is vlsltng at the homeaf her uncle J. R. Jenkins of thls cly Max Henberg who is opeti te Mredth farm et,f Ods  a bumnes caller Monmy. Jolts Adersan of theOrtonqlle 0[I Company left /or the dtfes Wednes- day afternoon on bue . P. B. Shelf of We - ton for a fw days ]lwk. B gh mmck motord to dahal 1 Matews s Marti in t Mr. and rs. J. at angelic[ bspital Thurs- O. d. Osen home lephee crew First. Second et of land near Women's lleeas tssuM Ba- unty, South Dkota. daugh- Wedk from several at Cedar Rapids, Iow Iecoy returled with r. &ughtet B. Adds of Clinton retting adversig for County Falr bo He this ya will b ever betore. J. A. Anderson and I p. Zimmer Mrs. Fred Ekstrom and ehildlen of ma of ths city. Carl Moberg of t. Paul and Mrs A(le Weedn and Clinton and Dr. A. G. Ahrens of Be two chIdn of North Dako az vi- lingham puhased new Fol ears of iUng at the hemc of 5ohn Weeding i o St. Paul Monday night. Before turning to St- Paul. J. Arthur Matthews & Co. dulng the Otrey township f,u" a f days M,. past week. Eksrom will spend a few das at the Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kaehe wen A. W. MeLee home he before re tung home Mr. Kaeher expects l P.E. Shepd closed the sale of his to purete about tweuty Holstent hou this wk to M He'bluest st :ow in Winsin and southeastern of Big Stone Cty who will tke po Minnet ssion July I. Mr. and Mrs. Shepar M, C. C. Olsen d Mrs. g. Kam am ong the club members to at- will retain a couple of rooms for the bal of the summer and a de- tided as to their future pl They will .Asit latis d friends a part of the s,er. A. V. Randal tned Saturday af- toon from a month's tour in the West. At Seattle he visited his bther Clyd he George ver family. Miss May Culver, Miss Elsie Elms, Dr. J Millet and Frank Mil- lett, fomerly fm Moonshine town. ship, and Chaa, Schneider. He also ltCd on Mr. and ?dTS. A. M. Lght at Grte Fs31s, Wash., Mr, and Mr Ed. Keefe at Clear Lake, Wh,, and Mi Mary Shumaker at Erett, Wask qey we all xious to learn end the District Federation of Worn. n's Club now being held at GnJte ?alls, as delegates fm the local o Cards e out ouucLg the ma dage of Mss Flon Dixon who foerly attended school here to a dctor at Mobridge S. D., where she h been nsl.g i a hospital for the past year. Mr. and Mr O. M. Osen entertain ed the lattes bther, Hemy S uelson, her niece d hband, Mr. d Mrs. Frcs MeCarty ad Ms'. d M. Thee. Daylor and daughter f Renville, S. D., Sunday, about Ortonville folks and all looked Mrs B Feathers of Toma, Wsh., natural except Charles Schneider rOees the marxage of her dough- who bad lost considerable weight and f thlSS Elsie to Eest E. Smith whe mustache was white, making o at p]a on the fifth of this him nsiderably ehangl in appear month. Mrs. Feath and her dgh- an ter lived at Ortoule for a year or " __ mo. CHICK RATIONS. Miss Mabel He mqu st is entertain- Extract from A. D. Smith's Ciuar ng the members of the Lutheran' l)n the Care of oung Chiek Choir,, her home about ve miles up The nursery pe: exten s fn the lake thzs even,ng. There  the hatching until the h ek ae two o.say that they will be royal?y enter- First Day--After thc hatch s cam- about forty members. It is needless week aT a,ned. !pleted, eave t in the incubator for "Jack" Evans tveling salesman he fit twenty-four hours, for the Manhattan Oil Comport, h Se end Dav--Fd x me, pro- bn pat in charge of the Sioux'Falls, siding one-half ounce, which win be S. D., terlitory wth headqusr0ers at approxately one small handful for that point. He has hn making Or- each fifty birds for eac feeding of teuviIle his headquarters for several the folnwing ratiells: steelcut oat- Od will hold a Silver Medal era- ird Day--Feed a during the - months paeL meal, commercial chick starter, eek- The Wornas' Miionary Siety of er crumb oi' stae bread ebs. toffcd Contest at the Hall in Odessa end day, and give one fcedin of green n.Fzday eveing in which six con- lead-- lettuce leaf, an inside cab teaants will participate. Home-made bage leaf, or shor grass on d. i c d ke will be rd. A Do not et ute small pieee but ake ordal intaton 4s extended to l. them pek i Continue green foods At s regul mng of Golden unUl birds a placed on range. Rod Rebekah Lodge Wednday even- Fourth Dav--Fd as n third day, lag Mrs. L P. Hes was eected Noble pMing ant two oun at each Gand and M. 4N. J. Wilkins Vi. Gland for the six month to follow The OlOnvlle lodge will put on the initiatolT work at the Distz4t meet. ing In Wheaten May 26 and the Clin- ton lodge will put on the memorial ices. Col. Wlll Wellendeff shipped e rld of clisped sheep d lb last Thursday. He rezeved $1C0 a hundred for the Ibs, $8.O0 for yea [tags and $7.OO for the. The re some of the fi.est Iooldng shee ived at South S Paul for som time and w exceptionally fat Fro St. Paul Mr. Well.dart went to Ro- chdst en a busues trip. returl h Wednesday mormng. feeding for ex+ry fifty hlrds Pla light litter o # straw, straw chaff, or hay chaff on the floor and feed in llt- ter. Fifth Da to Two Weeks of Age Repeat fdings on the fourth day. omtting eon-day feeding and pro- 'ding wheat or bran on clean boards, movlng amount when birds have eaten for five or six mnute. 31 pu wht bran is .at obtinabl, te a good mrral chlc masb For the first ten days pvde the ebek with all the whole milk they will take in ten to fifteen minutes. After hat provide skmmilk, or if this is not availabh add 10 per nt meat scrap to the bn or mash. U aft 'swet milk or all r milk. Do net A parcel shower w glven by Mrs ehge. H. W Palm and M. M. P. Rok From the end of the sond k Saturday aftemn at the Pal nti[ the eighth wk the ddeks am home in honor of Mi Ruby Odney a Ln the featheng pezod. which about twenty guests, we prea. Supp .v mh feed n bpper, us ng en Huge buket of hl and ap. ne of the f Iing fds" ple boo added to the attive. 1  h'ck ' ess " . Rreps e. mash, or n of the ttmg. A two eo 2.  wheat br, or s, . n ng rna Y eautiful ant men, wea m da ne, when bran, usefu! gLfts, we opened, d a so- fine oattaeal ad 10 per cent of d cml time enjoyed, I gr of meat ps.  AERCHERDALE REAMY REAM from ll ONTENTED i.ows Our cream may again be bought on and af- ter Saturday of this week at.the same markets s formerly, that is-- Pioneer Meat Market. Phone 53 Lundstrom & Geisel, Phone 91 At the presen eases of feeds, labor and stock, we are able to furnish you with cream, guaranteed to whip, a 50c per quart, 2,5c per pint and 13c the haft pint. Oar new cooling sys- zem, axed modern method of handling cream does much to overcome the tendency of cream to sour. Herd is tested and is free from tuber- culosis. We invite you to visit our dairy, see our herd and see how our cream is produced. Ask for Kaetherdale Kreamy Kream. We guarantee every bottle. If not satislied for any reaSon, bring it back and your money will be refunded. Kaercherdale Farm In addition to mash feed a mixture settles down to a very ordinary life of I of equal part fillely cracked earn meaer means wthont ths poss,il-[ wheat and hulled oats twice a da" o, tcs of the independent life whichl use csmmereia chick feed. Feed all were affnrded him had he remah,ed birds wll clean up in t,venty or thor- nn the farm. ty minates. Now the thing which has in most The Range Pril lasts from the es taken the fa: hey to the ity time the chek are eight weel o1 is the pmlee of more pleasure, mo until maturity, eomfnrt and more conenien in hs; At this perh,d place the chicks ar living ondtinn as wel as the pie range a sonn as weather is suitable of mo pay and better advcement. 7here is dger of chick getting nul Whe conveniences of electric ligb too early unless very weI prntected and power, of nnTng water, a mad. N 3 mash may be ued for th era bathroom and labor saving dec retied addin 15 per cent meat ra cf sit kinde ha been installed ou the n pl of 10 per cent milk, if milt ] fm it is fnuud that the boy are is not nbtanable and adding also 1 much mn content to stay and y pound of salt to 100 pods of feed, on the work far which their ely Finey ground nots may be used r training h fitted them. A great place of eatmeal in this ration, my fme, heads of fili in .... which thea several boye. have Kging the Boy On the Farm. reaIlzed this and have given their One of the faer*s st dlfflcul fas these mode connience 0roblem b bee the keeping of th IIey ha been paid by having their boys stay with them instead of going boy o the farm. it sems to I to the city, human nature that as sn as a b arris at the yog mhcd perle the elty appeals er 7 strongly to ldm Up to this time he has spent all his life on the farm. He has leaed the eaItivation of soil, the tation of thihgs nessaT to the operation of the farm. His value to the fanuer can not be estimated ad on.times should the lad depot fo* the city, it is nessary for the famer to try and plaee him by same fellow who is inexperianeed, which sults in a loss of time, production of moey, Quite often such tion is a det ret to the young man . well as to the fmer. For when he gets to the city he find that thhtgs at not just  he had them pictured. 'He is re quired to stal in on a job at the bet tom and oftentimes before he has worked his way p to a responsible position, he becomes diouraged and MiCKIE SAYS We Carry a Complete Line of,.. Fancy and Staple Groceries Vegetables and Fruits A. C. SAEGER Phone  Or tenville, --The wt ads dll get you salte. A tal win convince /o CARTER'S UNDERWEAR --For Men Carter's Knit Underwear has a reputation all its own, because no other un- derwear satisfies critical men as does the bpringy, flexible, yet snug fit of "Car ter's"-- especially its absorbent quality that takes care of perspiration Union --so different from moisl, Suits chilly, woven clothes. The next you're near by, step in and ask lo see- CARTER'S  UNDERWEAR --the kind well dressed men wear. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Carter's fine white lisle Union Suits; half sleeves; ankle and 3-4 length; x ..1.'?Q per 8git ........ A Car WiLh Personalit There is an air of dhnincoa tbaa the New Seriet " 1 will ,find ia no oth moaerate wed, Eve x, T  Wty R h  &daDe4 Iq rg4t   who will not tolemte tht emmenplace, Then, vtmembct, it ,m  Ioob bu ten tb thorogl . Un the hood there t mLrvelou iglemt motto tt . aecelemm; from live ut rmmt fie mil per bo la aim w.vamdt flat..  maa lla  f hdl md   the t0alav. Last, bat at tern. the "G'lerook'-- is rigid n0mlL It  e atom of Imw tram a oa el tuflia tlt tara| sp i,lpd, sia mileag off tt of t It is theft wilt baa gmall eal--a very iaar d combiatloa to SzaL B we ark you to establith thet facts f yourelf. Take  \\; on dde ia the "Glenbok*' and dlor what actually Ii hidea under4le hood. It wi prove a r6v!uon, e betiev iberel aio n in icJ y modcr englag. I*A/GIbDE'IOIT MOTOR "eAR CO.. DIVrROIT THE PARK GARAGE KAERCHER & SCHAFER, Props. Or tonvine, Ydnaeota. qudte pltlf] THURSDAY, MAY 10. 321 [PERSONAL, SOCIAL [ AND NEWSITEMS J. D. Ross is in St. Pul fo  a few" dayS. O. M. Osen made a rip to Madi- son Thursday. F. L. Cliff was a twi city visitor the first of the week. Ed. Kollitz was up Yrom Odessa Thursday on business. Manley Alsaker visit4 his brother at White Rock, S. D., Snday. Miss Ruth Hickson ithe guest of Mrs. James Moulton thi week. Roswell Wilkes of Ahrdeen, S. D., visited friends here Tueay and Wed- nesday. Miss Christine Miike%n will spend the week-end at Belgrae visiting her mother. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. aser will go to Minneapolis tomorror night for a days stay. Hayden French lef Wednesday morning for Ely to attnd a Masonic celebration. C. A. Minnick of Marsall is visiting his sister Mrs. Harry Oderre for an indefinite period. "Bob" Lindquist movd into the old Borglin residence vacaed by Chas. Magnusson Monday. J. F. Wein returnet e filet of the week fre.m California were he spent the winter and spring. Mrs. Cynthia Miner olFrazee is ex- pected Friday for a two,reeks visit at the Hayden French hem. Miss Jenkins of Eat Claire, Wis., is visiting at the homeof her uncle, J. R. Jenkins of this ciy. Max Henneberg wh( is operating the Meredith farm east ff Odessa was a business caller Money. John Anderson of theOrtonvil|e Oil Company left for the 4ties Wednes- day afternoon on busiless. F. B. Snell of Welsh-, S. D., vis- ited at the home of Mrs O. E. Bough- ton for a few days las! week. Mr. and Mrs. Harr Coderre and C. A. Minnick motor to Marshall Sunday returning homeMonday. Mrs. J. Arthur Matews says she has a colony of Martils in the Mar- tin house she recently erected. A. W. Persson of Bhnt, S. D., vis- ited his brother Ed. ovc Sunday. He is running a general st,re at Blunt. A seven and a half lOund (laughter was born to Mr. and !rs. J. C. San- born at Evangelical tvspital Thurs- day. Mrs. M. Soholt and sm Rudolph and daughter, and Mrs. Ge'tsen of Madi son visited at the O. d. Osen home Sunday. Dry B. R. Karn spe Sunday with his family. He is ta[ing a special course Minneapolis. of study at the University at Attorney James0rrmnd of Morris opped off for a few h)urs Friday on his eturn from Madon where he attended court. Thl  Northwestern tlephone crew ing down the old Tri-State tele- poles between First, Second streets. Last Monday Chas. fagnusson mov- ed into his new house which he erected on his three acre tract of land near the John Oobak residence. Mrs. Sigrid Bruns and Miss eck ........ . " Genex a "' aken rote the Women's at the last regular meet- l'hursday evening. The Congregational Ladies' Aid will meet at the home o Mrs. MInT Kern on Friday afternoon. Every- one cordially invited to attend. Herb Bolsta, Earl Miller, Floyd the and A1 Jacobsen made a trip to Thursday morning in the of the American Legion. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm departed for Sioux Falls, S. D., Wednesday morning to visit their daughter Mar- guerite and husband for a few days. marriage lieense was issul to Harry Vanderpoel of Lac county and Miss Ellen Ba- of Grant county, South Dakota. Mrs. W. D. Gowan and little dan h ter retu.ra, ed t " g " --_^,. hs week from several Me,,Vlsit, at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. dac McCoy returned with her. L The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish utheran church will meet with Mrs. Alftl Johnson Saturda a fteYnoon May 9  Y , ViteL ' veryone is cordially in- Charbonnell, Executive Spe- of the Maryland Casualty of Baltimore, visited Or- Wednesday in the interest of lodge are to go to Wheaten on Thurs- 26 to attend the District at which the will take part work of Mrk Finney and daughter Ella p.?nrvin, S. D., cousin of Mrs F J , vr, arrived Saturda to s n un aYwit - Y pe dS - west o" v, lr.. and Mrs. Piper who live --  llnton. hR.evL H. B. Adams of Clinton was ' 'riday getting advertising for .ne Big Stone County Fair book He s that the fair this year w}ll be , better than ever before. .a Chas. Bremer and John Price 2es will leave St' Petersburg, Aberdeen, S. D., Satur- ,_ z this week The" will occu . meir co*t-- - " Y . py ,, ages here sometime in june. ,.eary Rodengen of the Artichoke or States that hundreds of rots A a and sunfish were caught in  '"ORe lak and, .- e last Sunday. Pickerel .- ,lke are also rote 1 this lake q p entfful 'n J. A. Anderson and L. P. Zimmer- man of this city, Carl Moberg of Clinton and Dr. A, G. Ahrens of Bel- "lingham purchased new Ford cars ofl J. Arthur Mat(hews & Co. during the past week. Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Kaercher went to St Paul Monday night. Befm'e returning home Mr. Kaercher expects to purchase about twenty Holstein cows in Wisconsin and southeastern Minnesota. Mrs, C. C. Olsen and Mrs. J. Kern are among the club members to at- tend the District Federation of Wom- en's Clubs now being held at Granite Falls, as delegates from the local or- ganization. Cards are out announcing the mar- riage of Miss Florence Dixon who formerly attended school here to a doctor at Mobridge, S. D., where she has been nursing in a hospital for the past year. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Osen entertain- ed the latter's brother, Henry Sam- nelson, her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Francis McCarty and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Daylor and daughter of Renville, S. D., Sunday. Mrs. B. Feathers of Tacoma, Wash., announces the marriage of her daugh- ter Miss Elsie to Ernest E. Smith of that place on the fifth of this month. Mrs. Feathers and her daugh- ter lived at Ortonville for a year or more. Miss Mabel Holmquist is entertain- ing the members .of the Lutheran Choir at her home about five miles up the lake this evening. There are about forty members. It is needless to say that they will be royally enter- rained. "Jack" Evans, travelling salesman for the Manhattan Oil Company, has been put in charge of the Sioux Falls, S. D., territory with headquarters at that point. He has been making Or- tonville his headquarters for several months past. The Womans' Missionary Society of Odessa will hold a Silver Medal Ora- torical Contest at the Hall in Odessa on.Friday evening in which six con- testants will participate. Home-made ice cream and cake will be served. A cordial invitation is extended to all. At a regular meeting of Golden Rod Rebekah Lodge Wednesday even- ing Mrs. L. P. Hess was elected Noble Grand and Mrs. . J. Wilkins Vice- Gand for the six months to follow. The Ortonville lodge will put on the initiatory work at the District meet- ing in Wheaten May 26 and the Clin- ton lodge will put on the memorial smwices. Col. William Wellendorf shipped a carload of clipped sheep and lambs last Thursday. He received $10.50 a hundred for the lambs, $8.00 for year- lings and $7.00 for we(hers. They were some of the finest looking sheep received at South St. Paul for some time and were exceptionally fat. From St. Paul Mr. Wellendorf went to Ro- chester on a business trip, returning home Wednesday morning. A parcel shower was given by Mrs. H. W. Palm and Mrs. M. P. Roske Saturday afternoon at the Palm home in honor of Miss Ruby Odney at which about twenty guests were pres- ent. Huge baskets of lilacs and ap- ple blossoms added to the attractive- ness of the setting. A two course luncheon was served after which par- cels, containing many beautiful and useful gifts, were opened, and a so- cial time enjoyed. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE 5 Mrs. Fred Ekstrom and children of In addition to mash feed a mixture ettles down to a very ordinary life of St. Paul and Mrs. Atle, Wee(ling and two children of Nm%h Dakota are vis- iting at the home of Jotm Weeding in Otrey township for a few days. Mrs. Ekstrom will spend a few days at the A. W. McLane home here before re- turning to St. Paul. F. E. Shepard closed the sale of his house this week to M, Holt(isis( west of Big Stone City who will take pos- session July 1. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard will retain a couple of rooms for the balance of the summer and are unde- cided as to their future plans. They will visit relatives and friends a part of the sum,mer. A. V. Randall returned Satmxlay af- ternoon from a month's tour in the West. At Seattle he visited his brother Cydt che GeorKe Iuver family, Miss May Culver, Miss Elsie Ehns, Dr. Joe Millet and Frank Mil- lett, formerly from Moonshine town- ship, and Chas. Schneider. He also called on Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Light at Granite Falls, Wash., Mr. and Mr. Ed. Keefe at Clear Lake, Wash., and Miss Mary Shumaker at Everett, Wasl They were all anxious to learn about Ortonville folks and all looked natural except Charles Schneider who had lost considerable weight and whose mustache was white, making him considerably changed in appear- anec. ('HICK RATIONS. Extract from A. D. Smith's Circular On the Care of Young Chicks. The nursery period extends from the hatching until the chicks are(we weeks old. First Day After the batch is com- plete(l, leave it in the incubator for the first twenty-four hours, t Second Day Feed six times, pro- riding one-half ounce, which will be approximately one small handful, for each fifty birds for each feeding of the following rations: steel-cut oat- meal, commercial chick starter, crack- er crumbs or stale bread crumbs. Third Day--Feed as (luring the sec- ond (lay, and ive one feeding of reen food--a lettuce leaf, an inside cab- bage leaf, or short grass on sod. Do not cut into small pieces but make them pick it. Continue reen foods until birds are placed on range. Fourth Day Feed as on third day, providing about two ounces at each feeding for every fifty birds. Place light litter o straw, straw chaff, or hay chaff on the floor and feed in lit- ter. Fifth Day to Two Weeks of Age-- Repeat feedings on the fourth day, omitting noon-day feeding and pro- viding wheat or bran on clean boards, removing amount when birds have eaten for five or six minutes. When pure wheat bran is not obtainable, use a good commercial chick mash. For the first ten days provide the chicks with all the whole milk they will take in ten to fifteen minutes. After that provide skimmilk, or if this is not available add 10 per cent meat scraps to the bran or mash. Use all sweet milk or all sour milk Do not change. From the end of the second week until the eighth week the chicks are in the feathering period. Spply mash feed in hopper, using one of the following feeds: 1. Prepared chick mash, or 2. Pure wheat bran, or 3. Equal parts by weight of corn meal, wheat ,middlings, wheat bran, fine oatmeal and 10 per cent of good grade of meat scraps. AERCHERDALE REAMY REAM from ONTENTED Our cream may again be bought on and af- ter Saturday of this week at.the same markets as formerly, that is-- Pioneer Meat Market, Phone 53 Lundstrom & Geisel, Phone 91 At the present costs of feeds, labor and stock, we are able to furnish you with cream, guaranteed to whip, at 50c per quart, 25c per pint and 13c the half pint. Our new cooling sys- tem, and modern method of handling cream, does much to overcome the tendency of cream to sour. Herd is tested and is free from tuber- culosis. We invite you to visit our dairy, see our herd and see how our cream is produced. Ask for Kaercherdale Kreamy Kream. We guarantee every bottle. If not satisfied for any reason, bring it back and your money will be refunded. Kaercherdale Farm KAERcHER & SCHAFER, Props. OrtonviUe, Minnesota. of equal part.< finely cracked corn. wheat and hulled oats twice a day or use commercial chick feed. Feed all birds will clean up in twenty or thir- ty minutes. The Range Period lasts from the time the chicks are eight weeks oht until maturity. At this period place the chicks on range as soon as weather is suitable. There is danger of chicks getting out too early unless very. well protected. No. 3 mash may be used for this period adding 15 per cent meat scraps in place of 10 per cent milk, if milk is not obtainable and adding also 1 pound of salt to 100 pounds of feed. Finely ground oats may be used in place of oatmeal in this ration. Keeping the Boy On the Farm. One of the farmer's .most difficult problems has been the keeping of the boy on the farm. It seems to be human nature that as soon as a boy arrives at the young manhood period, the city appeals very strongly to him. Up to this time he has spent all his life on the farm. He has learned the cultivation of soil, the rotation of crops and the million and one other things necessary to the successful operation of the farm. His value to the farmer can not be estimated anti oftentimes should the lad depart for the city, it is necessary for the farmer to try and replace him by some fellow who is inexperienced, which results in a loss of time, production of money. Quite often such action is a detri,ment to the young man as well as to the farmer. For when he gets to the city he finds that things are not just as he had them pictured. He is re- quired to start in on a job at the bot- tom and oftentimes before he has worked his way up to a responsible position, he becomes discouraged and MICKIE SAYS /-'' .. :x: -aal , AN) : l meager means without the possibili- ties of the independent life which were afforded him had he remained on the farm. Now the thing which has in most eases taken the farm boy to the city is the promise of more pleasure, more comfort and more convenience in his living condition as well as the promie of more pay and better atvancement. Where conveniences of electric light and power, of running water, a mod- ern bathroom and labor saving devices of all kinds have been installed on the farm it is found that the boys are much more content to stay and carry on the work for which their early training has fitted them. A great many farmers, heads of families in which there'are several boys, have realized this and have given their farms these modern conveniences. We Carry a Complete Line of... Fancy and Staple Groceries Vegetables and Fruits | i A. C. SAEGER Phone $7 Ortonville, Minn. They have been repaid by having their The want ads will get you results. boys stay with them instead of going, to the city. I A trial will convince you. 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