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PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JUNE 2, YELLOW STARS MARK HIGHWAYS Blaze Design Announced by Babcock Shows Route Numbers and Direction. Yellow stars on black backgrounds eoo will mark all trunk highways in Minnesothe North Star state-- according to the St. Paul Dispatcl( Charles M. Babcock, state highway cvmmissioner, today made public the marker design which is to blaze all **tare trunk roads. The figures on the Btar will indicate the tru,nk highway number; the flag above a turn--that in the illustration a left turn. The vaKwi of the markers will depend largely upon the extent to which the general public becomes familiar with the highway numbers. , Courtesy of th4 , St. Paul Dirpatclt. "This design of marker was adopted ainly because it will plainly in-i icate the route and be clearly legible I at night," said Commissioner Babcock. I "The department in maki.ng a selec-I tion has profited by the experiences of other states and omitted lettering and other features that rmake the markiTigs less plain." Until permanent trunk highways are designated and marked with metal signs, the department plans to effect a material saving to the state by , tencili.g the markers on poles along the highways. Overseas Hero Brot Back. The remains of Chas. Fuhrmann, killed in action in France during the war, are reported to have arrived at New York and will be fmvarded here for burial within a few days. The dead soldier was a so, n of Mr. and Hrs. Chas. Fuhrmann, of the town of Leonardsville, and we understand the funeral will be held here, under the direction of Jesse. Poole Post of the American Legion.--Graceville Entex- prise. Car Plunges Off Road; Turns Turtle. A very serious auto accident oc- curred Testerday about noo on the road near the Steers bridge. Mrs. Fred Rebell was driving a Ford car in which were Bernard Pryor and wife. The car plunged to the side of road, turned turtle, the occupants were hurled into a barbed wire fence, with the overturned car pinning them down. The two ladies were very bad- ly injured, the wi,ndshietd glass in- flicting many and severe cuts. A1 Darling brought the ifijured ones to town in his truck, where their injuries were attended to and they are now do- ing well. "Slim" Pryor, who was in the back seat, received but a few scratches. It was an extremekv nar- row escape.--Brovcns Valley Inter- Lake Tribune. Golf Club Under Way. Opportunity to join a golf club is 'he inS offered 80 people in Montevideo and vicinity. Local enthusiasts who have been working on the proposl- io all spring have now rented 80 acres known as the Brown farm near Camp Release monument overlooking Minnesota river.--Montevideo News. H i n i T If its anything 66 a, 99 Mechanical and you think it cannot be done--take it to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. A. S. HALLS Ortonville Livestock Breeders to Meet. Trinity Lutheran Church. Correll--Sunday school at 10:30 a. The annual meeting of the Traverse August Bartling, Pastor. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. County Livestock Breeders' associa Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. tion will be held in the County Agent's m. or 2:00 p. m. German language, a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. office June . Discussion as to how Sunday school afte each service K.L.C.E. at 8:00 p. m. the standard of livestock in Traverse English language. Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school at 2:00 p. m,; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. Akron Township ChurchServices There will be regular services in the discontinued. Norwegian Lutheran church Sunday, The public is cordially invited to June 5, the one at 11:00 o'clock be- meet with us at all of these services- county can be raised will be the prin- cipal feature of the meeting. Experts from the Agricultural College will be present to give practical and in- structive talks.--Wheaton Gazette- Reporter. Wheaton H. S. to Graduate 30. On June 3 there will be graduated fro.m the Wheaton High School thirty pupils, the largest Senior Class that has ever left the doors of the school at one time.--Wheaton Gazette-Re- porter. S. D. Warden Distrubutes Trout. Harry Cotman, deputy state game warden, brought in about one hfindred thousand speckled trout Wednesday from Rapid City, which are to be placed in the various streams in Rob- erts and adjourning counties. About twenty thousand were left at Waubay to be placed in a creek near there, and thirty thousand left at Milbank from which place they will be taken to Hartford Beach, the remainder being brought here, and will be distributed among the various streams in this lo- cality, among them being the Jim LFnd creek, John Whipple Ranch creek, Long Hollow creek, and others. Sisseton Weekly Standard. ing heht in the Norwegian language and the one at 7:30 o'clock in English. 4, 4, Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be service next Sunday l afternoon, June 5, at 3:30 o'clock, preaching to be in the Norwegian language. The Catechumen class will meet immediately after the services. @ Christian Science. Sunday service at .10:45 a. m. Subject, "God, the Only Cause and Creator." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcame to these services. Frew reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m.  @ I First Congregational Church. The services at the Congregational church next Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock are to be conducted by Prof. J. R. Rowe of Montevideo who will be Man Hurt In Runaway. assisted by Rev. W. E. Griffith of Wa- J. C. Blumer who made his hofne seca, District Superintendent, who will here duriJ g the wi,ter, but who for the past few weeks has been working for Chas. Matthews, met with quite a painful accident on Wednesday, when the team which he was driving, with a load of galva'nized cuh, erts, ran away, throwing him off and the rear wheel of he wagon passi,ng over him. The tears became frightened at an auto which they ,met on the road near the Swank farm in Prior and ran away. The injured man was brought in to the doctor's office where an examination revealed that beyond some severe bruises no particular in- juries had been sustained.--Clinton Advocate. I CHURCH NOTICES Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J.. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:45 o'clock Sunday morning, June 5. 4, @ perform baptism d rites and receive i,nto church membership any who wish to join either by letter or on confe3- sion of faith. uu The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City. Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. 2. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaehiug services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sumlay at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Regular Sunday services as fol- lows: Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. Mrs. Taylor who has travelled ex- tensively in the Mission Fields will speak in the Methodist church under the auspices of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society next Sunday morn- ing. Sunday school will meet at 12:00 m. Epworth League will meet in the evening at 7:00 o'clock, the topic be- ing " 'Thy Kingdcm. Come'--In My Country." Miss Eleanor Brunes will be leader. There will .be no regular services Sunday evening, June 5. Judge Wilson of the University of Minnesota will speak here on Com- munity Work in the eveniv g. The meeting will be held in either the City Park, the Methodist church, or the Metropolitan theatre. There will be special nmsic for this meeting. k GENUINE "'BULL" DURHAH tobacco makes 50 00ood cigarettes for IOc I Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor I Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:30 a. m. and . . . Tailoring of Distinction Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal .Chgrch. '' _ Rev. H. B. 4dams.  =' Regular services every Sunday a- BY ternoon at three o'clock. Sfinday school at twelve o'clock. BROWN BROS MERC CO Zion Lutheran Church. TAILORS and FURRIERS There will be services in the Swed- ish Lutheran church next Sunday, 21 South Sixth Street Minneapolis, Minnesota June 5. Services in the morning at 10:g0 o'clock will be in the Swedish ' language, and the evening service at 8:001anguage.O'clOCkTheWill Rev.be inA.the'Nels(mEngliShof Many Satisfied Customers, in Orto ville Webster will conduct the services. The Three FaCtors Rarely indeed do you find in one car the successful combination that characterizes the New Series five- passen ger Glenbrook--disfinctive beauty, outstand- ing performance and economy of operation. Analyze it as you will the sum and substance of motoring satidaction it expressed in these three all important factors. By them you must judge the value of any motor car on the American market. There could be no better way to explain the "Glen. brook" great popularity and secure position as the leading five passenger model. It delights the eye--it satisfies every demand of the road--it affords maximum service at minimum cost. PGR-DrROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT THE PARK GARAGE Why BrunswickTires, Win Preference There are two main reasons--one, the name itself, which certifies superfine value--the other, that time tens the same story. Thus reputation and performance unite in giving you 11 you expect--and more. Yet Brunswicks cost no more than tiketype tires.' Many motorists would pay more readily, but the Brunswick idea is to GIVE the utmost, rather than to GET the utmost. And this has been true since 1845. You can appreciate what Brunswick Standards mean by trying ONE Brunswick Tire. It wiU be a reve- lation. You'll agree that you could not buy a better, regardless of price. .And, like other motorists, you'll decide to have ALL Brunswicks. Then you'll know supreme satis- faction from your tireslonger life, minimun trouble, lower cost. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO. Minneapolis Headquarters: 426-28-30 Third St.. South SoM On An Unfimited Mileage G uarantee Bas00 s ,OrtonviUe Vulcanizing Shop You'll save Money by remodeling now You who have been waiting for lower prices before you laid that hardwood floor, renewed those walls, and ceilings, re-roofed the hous$ or barn, or built the garage--this message is di- rected to you. Do you know that ltber and building ma- terial prices are down forty per cent? Do you know that you can repai[ or remodel cheaper than at any time in the past five years ? Do you realize that every day you wait not 0nly inconveniences you but costs you real mon- ey? Building materials may come down more-- we think not--but every day you delay in get- ting the new garage deprives you of the use of it, and causes you to pay out money for garage rent. Every day you delay roofing the barn and the home, makes your property more liable to damage from st9rm- Every day you put off in- side repairs thetrouble increases and the total expense becomes greater. Do your repairing and remodeling at the present bargain prices and get the benefit now. Come in today and let us figure your job. Begin getting the benefit now. Geier Lumber Co. 0rtonville, Minn. The Independent is $2 a Year--Worth PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JUNE 2, YELLOW STARS MARK HIGHWAYS Blaze Design Announced by Babcock Shows Route Numbers and Direction. Yellow stars on black backgrounds eoo will mark all trunk highways in Minnesothe North Star state-- according to the St. Paul Dispatcl( Charles M. Babcock, state highway cvmmissioner, today made public the marker design which is to blaze all **tare trunk roads. The figures on the Btar will indicate the tru,nk highway number; the flag above a turn--that in the illustration a left turn. The vaKwi of the markers will depend largely upon the extent to which the general public becomes familiar with the highway numbers. , Courtesy of th4 , St. Paul Dirpatclt. "This design of marker was adopted ainly because it will plainly in-i icate the route and be clearly legible I at night," said Commissioner Babcock. I "The department in maki.ng a selec-I tion has profited by the experiences of other states and omitted lettering and other features that rmake the markiTigs less plain." Until permanent trunk highways are designated and marked with metal signs, the department plans to effect a material saving to the state by , tencili.g the markers on poles along the highways. Overseas Hero Brot Back. The remains of Chas. Fuhrmann, killed in action in France during the war, are reported to have arrived at New York and will be fmvarded here for burial within a few days. The dead soldier was a so, n of Mr. and Hrs. Chas. Fuhrmann, of the town of Leonardsville, and we understand the funeral will be held here, under the direction of Jesse. Poole Post of the American Legion.--Graceville Entex- prise. Car Plunges Off Road; Turns Turtle. A very serious auto accident oc- curred Testerday about noo on the road near the Steers bridge. Mrs. Fred Rebell was driving a Ford car in which were Bernard Pryor and wife. The car plunged to the side of road, turned turtle, the occupants were hurled into a barbed wire fence, with the overturned car pinning them down. The two ladies were very bad- ly injured, the wi,ndshietd glass in- flicting many and severe cuts. A1 Darling brought the ifijured ones to town in his truck, where their injuries were attended to and they are now do- ing well. "Slim" Pryor, who was in the back seat, received but a few scratches. It was an extremekv nar- row escape.--Brovcns Valley Inter- Lake Tribune. Golf Club Under Way. Opportunity to join a golf club is 'he inS offered 80 people in Montevideo and vicinity. Local enthusiasts who have been working on the proposl- io all spring have now rented 80 acres known as the Brown farm near Camp Release monument overlooking Minnesota river.--Montevideo News. H i n i T If its anything 66 a, 99 Mechanical and you think it cannot be done--take it to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. A. S. HALLS Ortonville Livestock Breeders to Meet. Trinity Lutheran Church. Correll--Sunday school at 10:30 a. The annual meeting of the Traverse August Bartling, Pastor. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. County Livestock Breeders' associa Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. tion will be held in the County Agent's m. or 2:00 p. m. German language, a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. office June . Discussion as to how Sunday school afte each service K.L.C.E. at 8:00 p. m. the standard of livestock in Traverse English language. Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school at 2:00 p. m,; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. Akron Township ChurchServices There will be regular services in the discontinued. Norwegian Lutheran church Sunday, The public is cordially invited to June 5, the one at 11:00 o'clock be- meet with us at all of these services- county can be raised will be the prin- cipal feature of the meeting. Experts from the Agricultural College will be present to give practical and in- structive talks.--Wheaton Gazette- Reporter. Wheaton H. S. to Graduate 30. On June 3 there will be graduated fro.m the Wheaton High School thirty pupils, the largest Senior Class that has ever left the doors of the school at one time.--Wheaton Gazette-Re- porter. S. D. Warden Distrubutes Trout. Harry Cotman, deputy state game warden, brought in about one hfindred thousand speckled trout Wednesday from Rapid City, which are to be placed in the various streams in Rob- erts and adjourning counties. About twenty thousand were left at Waubay to be placed in a creek near there, and thirty thousand left at Milbank from which place they will be taken to Hartford Beach, the remainder being brought here, and will be distributed among the various streams in this lo- cality, among them being the Jim LFnd creek, John Whipple Ranch creek, Long Hollow creek, and others. Sisseton Weekly Standard. ing heht in the Norwegian language and the one at 7:30 o'clock in English. 4, 4, Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be service next Sunday l afternoon, June 5, at 3:30 o'clock, preaching to be in the Norwegian language. The Catechumen class will meet immediately after the services. @ Christian Science. Sunday service at .10:45 a. m. Subject, "God, the Only Cause and Creator." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcame to these services. Frew reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m.  @ I First Congregational Church. The services at the Congregational church next Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock are to be conducted by Prof. J. R. Rowe of Montevideo who will be Man Hurt In Runaway. assisted by Rev. W. E. Griffith of Wa- J. C. Blumer who made his hofne seca, District Superintendent, who will here duriJ g the wi,ter, but who for the past few weeks has been working for Chas. Matthews, met with quite a painful accident on Wednesday, when the team which he was driving, with a load of galva'nized cuh, erts, ran away, throwing him off and the rear wheel of he wagon passi,ng over him. The tears became frightened at an auto which they ,met on the road near the Swank farm in Prior and ran away. The injured man was brought in to the doctor's office where an examination revealed that beyond some severe bruises no particular in- juries had been sustained.--Clinton Advocate. I CHURCH NOTICES Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J.. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:45 o'clock Sunday morning, June 5. 4, @ perform baptism d rites and receive i,nto church membership any who wish to join either by letter or on confe3- sion of faith. uu The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City. Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. 2. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaehiug services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sumlay at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Regular Sunday services as fol- lows: Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. Mrs. Taylor who has travelled ex- tensively in the Mission Fields will speak in the Methodist church under the auspices of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society next Sunday morn- ing. Sunday school will meet at 12:00 m. Epworth League will meet in the evening at 7:00 o'clock, the topic be- ing " 'Thy Kingdcm. Come'--In My Country." Miss Eleanor Brunes will be leader. There will .be no regular services Sunday evening, June 5. Judge Wilson of the University of Minnesota will speak here on Com- munity Work in the eveniv g. The meeting will be held in either the City Park, the Methodist church, or the Metropolitan theatre. There will be special nmsic for this meeting. k GENUINE "'BULL" DURHAH tobacco makes 50 00ood cigarettes for IOc I Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor I Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:30 a. m. and . . . Tailoring of Distinction Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal .Chgrch. '' _ Rev. H. B. 4dams.  =' Regular services every Sunday a- BY ternoon at three o'clock. Sfinday school at twelve o'clock. BROWN BROS MERC CO Zion Lutheran Church. TAILORS and FURRIERS There will be services in the Swed- ish Lutheran church next Sunday, 21 South Sixth Street Minneapolis, Minnesota June 5. Services in the morning at 10:g0 o'clock will be in the Swedish ' language, and the evening service at 8:001anguage.O'clOCkTheWill Rev.be inA.the'Nels(mEngliShof Many Satisfied Customers, in Orto ville Webster will conduct the services. The Three FaCtors Rarely indeed do you find in one car the successful combination that characterizes the New Series five- passen ger Glenbrook--disfinctive beauty, outstand- ing performance and economy of operation. Analyze it as you will the sum and substance of motoring satidaction it expressed in these three all important factors. By them you must judge the value of any motor car on the American market. There could be no better way to explain the "Glen. brook" great popularity and secure position as the leading five passenger model. It delights the eye--it satisfies every demand of the road--it affords maximum service at minimum cost. PGR-DrROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT THE PARK GARAGE Why BrunswickTires, Win Preference There are two main reasons--one, the name itself, which certifies superfine value--the other, that time tens the same story. Thus reputation and performance unite in giving you 11 you expect--and more. Yet Brunswicks cost no more than tiketype tires.' Many motorists would pay more readily, but the Brunswick idea is to GIVE the utmost, rather than to GET the utmost. And this has been true since 1845. You can appreciate what Brunswick Standards mean by trying ONE Brunswick Tire. It wiU be a reve- lation. You'll agree that you could not buy a better, regardless of price. .And, like other motorists, you'll decide to have ALL Brunswicks. Then you'll know supreme satis- faction from your tireslonger life, minimun trouble, lower cost. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO. Minneapolis Headquarters: 426-28-30 Third St.. South SoM On An Unfimited Mileage G uarantee Bas00 s ,OrtonviUe Vulcanizing Shop You'll save Money by remodeling now You who have been waiting for lower prices before you laid that hardwood floor, renewed those walls, and ceilings, re-roofed the hous$ or barn, or built the garage--this message is di- rected to you. Do you know that ltber and building ma- terial prices are down forty per cent? Do you know that you can repai[ or remodel cheaper than at any time in the past five years ? Do you realize that every day you wait not 0nly inconveniences you but costs you real mon- ey? Building materials may come down more-- we think not--but every day you delay in get- ting the new garage deprives you of the use of it, and causes you to pay out money for garage rent. Every day you delay roofing the barn and the home, makes your property more liable to damage from st9rm- Every day you put off in- side repairs thetrouble increases and the total expense becomes greater. Do your repairing and remodeling at the present bargain prices and get the benefit now. Come in today and let us figure your job. Begin getting the benefit now. Geier Lumber Co. 0rtonville, Minn. The Independent is $2 a Year--Worth 'MANE SMALLTOW"PAPERS '"C ALL CO"TE"T COPYR'GHTED ALL R'GHTS RESERVED USE SUSJECT TO L'CE"SE AOREEME"T REPRODUCT,C, D'SSEM'"AT'O" STORAOE D'STR'SUT'O" PROH'S'TED PAGE 2 THE ORTONYILLE INDEPENDENT ..... County Livestock Bzeders' associa. Service every Sunday at 10:00 & Odessa--p ea h ng rv ee at 000 YELLOW STARS ......... B ....................... herau Church .............................. The annual neeting of the Traele August BaltIing, Pastor. m, Pzeaehing at 7:30 p.m. , MARK HIGHWAYS ................. .2o, .......... , ........................... i .......................... office June 8, Digestion a to how Sunday hool Mter each service ! K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p, m he s an a of yes oek n Traver e Eng sh anguage " 1 " -- count ' c be a d w be he r n t @ Stein e Sehoo/housSunday sehooI Ia Dsign Announced by Babcock eipal featu of the meeting, ExPerts Norweg an Lu her. at 2:00 p. ,m.; machmg at 3:00 p. m. SHOW. P.O ............. f ........................... I ..................... ii.sct pT ...................... Difion, be present to give practical and m- I The will be regular settees i the ] m . -- stetiue talk%--Wheaton Gatte-] Nrwegan Lutheran ehumh Sunday, The public is cordially invited to el] #.re  b]k background epolr, June 5, the one at 11:00 o'clock be a] ]1 tl ao lll mrk all .k highways n - ling held ha the NoegSan language  * ! Why BrunswickTires i lnnesota--the North Star state-- ording to the St. Pal Dispat Charles M. Babck, state highway miioner. today made public the marker dign which is to bla al Oat trunk road1. The figas on the $ta in indieat the tk highway mnber; the flag above a turn--that In the tlltmton a left turn. The ml of the marker vI1 depend largely ucon th extent to which the general nblie bmes filiar wl the highway numbers. C*,urteay of tit* St. P OipafeA "This design of murkel was adopted in]y because t wl p]ainh in eate the route aml be clearly legible at nht," sakl Commissioner Babcock "The depar,,ent in making a l- on h profited by the experiece of ether tates and omitted letterh, and other features that ,make the markgs less plain." Unti permanent trunk highways are designated an6 marked with metal ains, the department plans to effect a material savin to the state by tenci]ig the markers o. poles aIong the hlghway. Over Hero Brot Back. The mas uf Chgs. Fuhrman, lled Jn Uon in France dung the war, a ported t have rived at N York and wilt be fozarded he for biat vthiu a f days. Th dead soldier was a ou ef Mr. M Cha. Fuhunn, of he to o Leondille, and we nderstand the fel will be held he, under the diction of Jes Peele Post nf the Ameri Legnn.--Gelle Ent- re. Ear Plang Off ;. IMle. A very softens auto ider oc- rred esterday about n on the road ar the 8tee bdge. M. Fred ebell w dring a Ford r iu which were Burned Pryor and wife. The cur pungl to the sde nf ad, turned turtle, the cupants were huffed into a bbed wire fen, with the overturned ear pinning them do. The two ladies were very bl- ly njud, the widhleld gls in- i*ting many and seve cuts. AI Ixling bright the ihjured nnes to ta in his truck, whe their injurles were attended to d they are now do- Ing well "Slim" Pryor, who w in the buck s.a% reived but a few atehes. It was  extme ar- *ow ea.--Bs Valley Inter . Lake Tb Gt Club U.der Way. Opportmty to joln a golf dub is b. offered 8O people in Mnntedee and viefity. Lo thuasts who have been wordng on the propi- l all sng have now ted 8O acres o a the Bwn f near Camp R*hume monment overlooking [meota 14ontevlden News. If its anything "Mechanical" and you think it cannot be done--take it to Hall's No shop in this Sec- tion so complete in mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. A. S. HALLS " Orto,vilh Wheaten H. S. to Graduate 0. and the one at 7:30 o'clock in English. M thor' t Epic 1 Oa June 3 them w he gradted  e  o . fr the Wheaten High School thlrty I .  Pv. G. L Haggans, Ptor. p.p e, the largest Sealer Clas that EMs Lutheran Chuh , Mrs, Taylor who has travelled has ever Ieft the deo of the hnn] (Eleven les northeast of Orton]Ie) tens ve y n the  s  F e d w at one tme.--Whton Gazette Re. I.v.S. M" M ef Chute., Pastor. speak in the Me hod st church under te ' he will be sel next Sunday h "ees of the W ' F " S D Ward----DsrubuesTrou ph'mg o be "n the Noegan' nsmns ry hY"ex untay aa- ' , g m, ay --..no. w]- mee- a. --:. Harry C tma. deputy state game langlage The Catechumen c   m E o , . pworth League  mee n the warden, brought n about one hndredimeet immhately after the ces. eyeing at 7:00 o'clock, the topic be thousa.d speekled trout Wednesday .i, .... Th K' ' from Iapld City ........ .to be I C ...... 8 ..... !Cnuntry,,Y Mi'sge'rnCrmBerIcn wMi y pled m the various streams in Rob- Sdy ervlee a 10 45  m i he under There  be no regul errs and ad ouug eounbe About Sub'ec "God th Onl Cau a s, ' j , , e y n 'ee Sunday emng June 5. e y huand ere eta Waubay Croat " lJ d W'  " n o s w or. u ge son of the Umversty of and th'rty though I I ft at Milbak  elcme to these serving F I to be pled ia a creek near there, Wednesday set,dee at 8:00 p m All M nne o a  speak here on Con,- m "t w k" .... t e. i w .  n y or n toe vemng. ne from which ple they will be taken t $aing room in their hull ( shakr I me t'n 'll b hel I " 'the th C" Hartford Beth, the remainder being building). Op ...... y Tue'day and i Parke ,}w, M eth it. t neurc or" l.Yhe b ghth d b d "bu I Friday fm3tSP m Mt e o(is , lea, e , an wz e is n e e cpo an rhea re There  be among the various trealns in this lo-i ee i or I.is me i%, among them be g the J m l F rst Cnngatlonal Church. I "P a mug c.. emg, Ln(I creek John Whipple Puchl The m, leeg at the Congregational I eek, Long HO ow eek, and at e I church nex Sunday mornJn at 1O:4=l eo WeekySanard n'cok auto be nluete{ by p,n I ------ I. L R, Ilown of ;ontevideo who will be] Mln Hurt In Ranwuy ] nsiqted by per W E Gr'fl'th  W J. C. Blmner whn made h heine seeu Digtet Superintendent who xil] here during the wlote, hut who for[ perform hapfim d rlte aml receive  he last fe week h  been we king Jte church memberhlp uy who wi h for fhas. Matthews, tt ith quie' to join either by letter or on eenfe - a painful accident on Wednesday, S]ooffalth. ilen the team hlch he Was drivin).] @ with a load of gu/vaalzed cuIverts, an au, hw .g him o r an th Th., Church Of Good Fellowship. Un ed Evane eat Church. e. whee f he x agon }us ag ore,  J i%{ h m The tee n ame r gh ened a ev" " " ayne' PastP h th t t ' BI SIoue Cdy--Preaching servlces an au o wh c ey me on he na . near the Swank farm in Prior and' at 10:00 a.m. Sunday ehoo] at 11:00 INUIN E ran away The n ured mu wa a, n. K. L. C. g. meeting at 7:30 p . ( ......................., * BULL" hought n o he o'someewhee " an cme o veae hat he end: ]a're' m log a,,c  e Cas w, ome severe luuises no parteu]ar ha be held every Wednesday evening at jari had bee,, sustained. Clinton s.o0 p. m. Jhnn--Preaehing ee ces eve Ad ....... t ............... r .......... DU HAM e Ado a de--PTeueh ng services every j other Sundny at 2:30 p m i CHURCH NOTICES * Everyblytseordiallyinvied oa. obaccomakesi0 Cho,e o, s,. o.. 8ood ciSareites b, Rev. Fr. J, A. Suniva @ The will be ms at 8:45 United Evangelil Church.  l0 t'. Sunday mbrng, June 5." F.W. Agte. Pastor. ( /] @ Regnl Sunday seices as lob  , ...... Swedhh M. E. Chure A, J. A.derson, Ptor day 7:0 p. n ........ Vall@e ".A'.'  ..... Tailoring of Distinction h h. Regular rviees every Sunday --BY- eon at th o']ee, ...... h .......... ' .... BROWN BROS. MERe. 130., zion Lutheran Chub. TAILORS and FURRIERS There will b ish Lutheran church next Sunday, 21 South Sixth Stet Minneapolis, *ltnmeta June 5. Services in the moiug at 10:0 o'clock will be in the Swedish lgtmge, ad the evening seiee at s:oo o'ek w. h. i. the" .h Many Satisfied Customers in Ortonville language. The Roy. A. Webster will conduct the so.ices. Win Preference There are two main reasons--one, the nmne itself, which certifies superfine value--the other, that drne tells the same story. Thus reputation and pefforraance unite in giving you all you expect--and more. Yet Brunswlcks cost no more than liketype fire.' Many motorists would pay more readily, but the Brunswick idea is to GIVE the utmost, rather than to GET the utmost. And this has been true since 1845. You can appreciate what Brunswick Standards mean by trying ONE Brunswick Tire. It win be a reve- lation. You'll agree that you could not buy a better. regardless oI price. And. like other motorists, you'II decide to hay* ALL Brunswicks. :l'hen youql know supreme satls- inction from your 6rug--longer life, minimurm trouble, lower cost. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO. Mh...po,. H..dq... 4Z2S.30 Tkd st. mmth Sold On An Unlimited Mileage Guarantee Basis ,Ortonville Vulcanizing Shop \\; You'll save Money by remodeling now You who have been waiting for lower prices before yea laid that h.dwood floor, renewed these walls, and ceilings, re-roofed the housgor barn, or built the garage--this message is di- rected to you. Do you know that lvraber and building ma- terial prices are down forty per cent? Do you know that you can repai t" or remodel cheaper than at any time in the past five years? Do you realize that every day you wait not Caly inconveniences you but costs you real mon- ey? Building materials may come down more-- we think not--but every day you delay in get- ting the new garage deprives you of the use of it, and causes you to pay out money for garage rent. Every day you delay roofing the barn and the home, makes your property more liable to damage from stgrra: Every day youput off in- side repairs the trouble increases andthe total expense becomes greater. Do your repairing and remodeling at the present bargain prices and get the benefit now. Come in today and let us figure your job. Begin getting the benefit now. Geier Lumber Co. Or tonville, Minn. The Independent is $2 a Year--W0rth PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JUNE 2, YELLOW STARS MARK HIGHWAYS Blaze Design Announced by Babcock Shows Route Numbers and Direction. Yellow stars on black backgrounds eoo will mark all trunk highways in Minnesothe North Star state-- according to the St. Paul Dispatcl( Charles M. Babcock, state highway cvmmissioner, today made public the marker design which is to blaze all **tare trunk roads. The figures on the Btar will indicate the tru,nk highway number; the flag above a turn--that in the illustration a left turn. The vaKwi of the markers will depend largely upon the extent to which the general public becomes familiar with the highway numbers. , Courtesy of th4 , St. Paul Dirpatclt. "This design of marker was adopted ainly because it will plainly in-i icate the route and be clearly legible I at night," said Commissioner Babcock. I "The department in maki.ng a selec-I tion has profited by the experiences of other states and omitted lettering and other features that rmake the markiTigs less plain." Until permanent trunk highways are designated and marked with metal signs, the department plans to effect a material saving to the state by , tencili.g the markers on poles along the highways. Overseas Hero Brot Back. The remains of Chas. Fuhrmann, killed in action in France during the war, are reported to have arrived at New York and will be fmvarded here for burial within a few days. The dead soldier was a so, n of Mr. and Hrs. Chas. Fuhrmann, of the town of Leonardsville, and we understand the funeral will be held here, under the direction of Jesse. Poole Post of the American Legion.--Graceville Entex- prise. Car Plunges Off Road; Turns Turtle. A very serious auto accident oc- curred Testerday about noo on the road near the Steers bridge. Mrs. Fred Rebell was driving a Ford car in which were Bernard Pryor and wife. The car plunged to the side of road, turned turtle, the occupants were hurled into a barbed wire fence, with the overturned car pinning them down. The two ladies were very bad- ly injured, the wi,ndshietd glass in- flicting many and severe cuts. A1 Darling brought the ifijured ones to town in his truck, where their injuries were attended to and they are now do- ing well. "Slim" Pryor, who was in the back seat, received but a few scratches. It was an extremekv nar- row escape.--Brovcns Valley Inter- Lake Tribune. Golf Club Under Way. Opportunity to join a golf club is 'he inS offered 80 people in Montevideo and vicinity. Local enthusiasts who have been working on the proposl- io all spring have now rented 80 acres known as the Brown farm near Camp Release monument overlooking Minnesota river.--Montevideo News. H i n i T If its anything 66 a, 99 Mechanical and you think it cannot be done--take it to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. A. S. HALLS Ortonville Livestock Breeders to Meet. Trinity Lutheran Church. Correll--Sunday school at 10:30 a. The annual meeting of the Traverse August Bartling, Pastor. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. County Livestock Breeders' associa Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. tion will be held in the County Agent's m. or 2:00 p. m. German language, a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. office June . Discussion as to how Sunday school afte each service K.L.C.E. at 8:00 p. m. the standard of livestock in Traverse English language. Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school at 2:00 p. m,; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. Akron Township ChurchServices There will be regular services in the discontinued. Norwegian Lutheran church Sunday, The public is cordially invited to June 5, the one at 11:00 o'clock be- meet with us at all of these services- county can be raised will be the prin- cipal feature of the meeting. Experts from the Agricultural College will be present to give practical and in- structive talks.--Wheaton Gazette- Reporter. Wheaton H. S. to Graduate 30. On June 3 there will be graduated fro.m the Wheaton High School thirty pupils, the largest Senior Class that has ever left the doors of the school at one time.--Wheaton Gazette-Re- porter. S. D. Warden Distrubutes Trout. Harry Cotman, deputy state game warden, brought in about one hfindred thousand speckled trout Wednesday from Rapid City, which are to be placed in the various streams in Rob- erts and adjourning counties. About twenty thousand were left at Waubay to be placed in a creek near there, and thirty thousand left at Milbank from which place they will be taken to Hartford Beach, the remainder being brought here, and will be distributed among the various streams in this lo- cality, among them being the Jim LFnd creek, John Whipple Ranch creek, Long Hollow creek, and others. Sisseton Weekly Standard. ing heht in the Norwegian language and the one at 7:30 o'clock in English. 4, 4, Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be service next Sunday l afternoon, June 5, at 3:30 o'clock, preaching to be in the Norwegian language. The Catechumen class will meet immediately after the services. @ Christian Science. Sunday service at .10:45 a. m. Subject, "God, the Only Cause and Creator." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcame to these services, Frew reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m.  @ I First Congregational Church. The services at the Congregational church next Sunday morning at 10:45 o'clock are to be conducted by Prof. J. R. Rowe of Montevideo who will be Man Hurt In Runaway. assisted by Rev. W. E. Griffith of Wa- J. C. Blumer who made his hofne seca, District Superintendent, who will here duriJ g the wi,ter, but who for the past few weeks has been working for Chas. Matthews, met with quite a painful accident on Wednesday, when the team which he was driving, with a load of galva'nized cuh, erts, ran away, throwing him off and the rear wheel of he wagon passi,ng over him. The tears became frightened at an auto which they ,met on the road near the Swank farm in Prior and ran away. The injured man was brought in to the doctor's office where an examination revealed that beyond some severe bruises no particular in- juries had been sustained.--Clinton Advocate. I CHURCH NOTICES Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J.. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:45 o'clock Sunday morning, June 5. 4, @ perform baptism d rites and receive i,nto church membership any who wish to join either by letter or on confe3- sion of faith. uu The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City. Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. 2. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaehiug services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sumlay at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Regular Sunday services as fol- lows: Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. Mrs. Taylor who has travelled ex- tensively in the Mission Fields will speak in the Methodist church under the auspices of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society next Sunday morn- ing. Sunday school will meet at 12:00 m. Epworth League will meet in the evening at 7:00 o'clock, the topic be- ing " 'Thy Kingdcm. Come'--In My Country." Miss Eleanor Brunes will be leader. There will .be no regular services Sunday evening, June 5. Judge Wilson of the University of Minnesota will speak here on Com- munity Work in the eveniv g. The meeting will be held in either the City Park, the Methodist church, or the Metropolitan theatre. There will be special nmsic for this meeting. k GENUINE "'BULL" DURHAH tobacco makes 50 00ood cigarettes for IOc I Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor I Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:30 a. m. and . . . Tailoring of Distinction Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal .Chgrch. '' _ Rev. H. B. 4dams.  =' Regular services every Sunday a- BY ternoon at three o'clock. Sfinday school at twelve o'clock. BROWN BROS MERC CO Zion Lutheran Church. TAILORS and FURRIERS There will be services in the Swed- ish Lutheran church next Sunday, 21 South Sixth Street Minneapolis, Minnesota June 5. Services in the morning at 10:g0 o'clock will be in the Swedish ' language, and the evening service at 8:001anguage.O'clOCkTheWill Rev.be inA.the'Nels(mEngliShof Many Satisfied Customers, in Orto ville Webster will conduct the services. The Three FaCtors Rarely indeed do you find in one car the successful combination that characterizes the New Series five- passen ger Glenbrook--disfinctive beauty, outstand- ing performance and economy of operation. Analyze it as you will the sum and substance of motoring satidaction it expressed in these three all important factors. By them you must judge the value of any motor car on the American market. There could be no better way to explain the "Glen. brook" great popularity and secure position as the leading five passenger model. It delights the eye--it satisfies every demand of the road--it affords maximum service at minimum cost. PGR-DrROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT THE PARK GARAGE Why BrunswickTires, Win Preference There are two main reasons--one, the name itself, which certifies superfine value--the other, that time tens the same story. Thus reputation and performance unite in giving you 11 you expect--and more. Yet Brunswicks cost no more than tiketype tires.' Many motorists would pay more readily, but the Brunswick idea is to GIVE the utmost, rather than to GET the utmost. And this has been true since 1845. You can appreciate what Brunswick Standards mean by trying ONE Brunswick Tire. It wiU be a reve- lation. You'll agree that you could not buy a better, regardless of price. .And, like other motorists, you'll decide to have ALL Brunswicks. Then you'll know supreme satis- faction from your tireslonger life, minimun trouble, lower cost. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COLLENDER CO. Minneapolis Headquarters: 426-28-30 Third St.. South SoM On An Unfimited Mileage G uarantee Bas00 s ,OrtonviUe Vulcanizing Shop You'll save Money by remodeling now You who have been waiting for lower prices before you laid that hardwood floor, renewed those walls, and ceilings, re-roofed the hous$ or barn, or built the garage--this message is di- rected to you. Do you know that ltber and building ma- terial prices are down forty per cent? Do you know that you can repai[ or remodel cheaper than at any time in the past five years ? Do you realize that every day you wait not 0nly inconveniences you but costs you real mon- ey? Building materials may come down more-- we think not--but every day you delay in get- ting the new garage deprives you of the use of it, and causes you to pay out money for garage rent. Every day you delay roofing the barn and the home, makes your property more liable to damage from st9rm- Every day you put off in- side repairs thetrouble increases and the total expense becomes greater. Do your repairing and remodeling at the present bargain prices and get the benefit now. Come in today and let us figure your job. Begin getting the benefit now. Geier Lumber Co. 0rtonville, Minn. The Independent is $2 a Year--Worth