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JUNE 2, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE ,,= AL, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Kate Hayes was quite ill dur- all of last week. Briggs was a passenger to Monday afternoon. F. W. Dunn went to Wisconsin auto trip for a few days. and Mrs. Paul Smith were in on Decoration Day. Meyer of Morris attended to matters here yesterday. Sigler was up from Monte- a few hours Saturday. Griese of Odessa was operated he local hospital Tuesday. Brothers of Fairmont, N. here on Decoration Day. of St. Paul is the guest Engdahl for a few days. Henry Petrick and children Appleton on Decorati(m Day. Thos. Kirk was a Mi,aneapo- the latter part of last week. and Mrs. Cooch of Lisbon, N. are visiting their son C. S. Cooch. of Anoka is here this owne three houses in Cash- of Minneapolis is here for looking after his farming Evans of Appleton visited A_ W. McLane home Monday and Mrs. William Joyce of S. D., spent Sunday at the Hotel. Gladys Cummens, teacher at spent Sunday with her par- city. Norwegian Lutheran Ladies' held at Mrs. M. Nelson's afternoon. Anderson will assist ia rson Ice Cream Parlor the summer. Ida Pomroy was here Decor- Her school in Akron does for a week. and Mrs. E. L. Gustafson and Eleanor of Barry were in Wednesday. Slid Mrs. Fred Everson of Aus- visiting the former's parents a Week-or ten days. Mrs. Murl Hudson of Cor- home of J. H. Long- afternoon. Myron Camberlain of c Were week-end guests at aamberlain home. Mogren held a rural nail for Traverse Saturday. Leslie Briggs of Ap- here to attend the Me- services Monday. Holstein cow belonging was killed by lightning last electric storm. Warner left for Minne- morning where he r an indefinite period. Stephens sold a lakeshore lot A. L. Moore's residence to the first ot[ the week. purchased a Chan- is a beauty, thru E. agent, a few days ago. Egemeyer of Twin came down Monday for :with Mrs. John Kaercher. and family of Fargo, new residents of Orton- l will do sign paint- GUnderson and Dr. O'Don- Saturday from Minne- they had been for a few lineman for the tele- with headquarters at D., is visiting his par- md a half pound son was and Mrs. C. S. Hasslen Hospital Friday of last Schlimmie returned to Prior Wednesday after at the Libby home as of Winnett, Mont., is Campbell and family. i the heart of the oil dis- came out from for a visit with and with friends in Michaelson, steno- Minneapolis visited her Elsie Michaelson the first Hal Knight and little Sisseton, S. D., were here i )n Day, being guests of I am. rell !rs: Fred Hanes of Cor Cleve Senescall and yesterday from Veb- auto for a visit with the Mr,. Alfred Randall of visited, the former's and. Everett and League will meet at the Holmquist on Tuesday 7. Everyone is cordial- attend: former city attorney S. D., is occupying his of the It. C. Schoen days. departed for Bay- Canada Wednesday to Whom she has not seen years. A. N. Aldrich of Aber- opened their cottage the Week for th season an3 it as soon as school is hav been coming" Mnce 1904. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cenfield and Harry Ransome of Malta township were among those to attend the serv- ices here on Memorial Day. The Misses Lena and Ragna Steen arrived home last Friday from Ken- mare, N. D., where they have been teaching during the past year. Carl Bremer, Superintendent Har- sted, John Jackson and Ted Anderberg of Aberdeen, S. D., motored to Orton- ville Sunday on a fishing trip. Ben Chaffee and daughter, Mrs. Lu- lu Ward, of Fargo, N. D., were guests at the Walter Halleck and A. W. Mc- Lane homes the first of the week. Ben Stegner, Jr., of Prior has been soliciting insurance for the Equitable Life Insurance company of Des Moines, Iowa, here the past week. The Ladies' Aid of the Congrega- tional church- will meet this Friday afternoon, June 3, with Mrs. J. Karn. A cordial invitation is exetnded to all. Little Helen Kollitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kollitz, celebra- ted her eighth birthday Wednesday by invitinff in eight little girl friends. Mr .and Mrs. Frank Suttel of Aber- deen, S. D., are here on a weeks out- ing at the lake. Mr. Stuttle is cashier of the First National Bank of that city. Mrs. Margaret Lament and two sons, Bob and Billy, and Miss Rose Wade drove down from Aberdeen, S. D., Friday with B. C. Lament for over Sunday. Miss Gladys Beck finished her school year as teacher in a school near Hartford, S. D., Friday and re- trained to her home in this city for the summer. Mrs. Anna B. Larson of Water- town, S. D., is here visiting with Mrs. Sarah Pomroy. She arrived here last Sunday and plans to remain a couple of weeks. Mrs. M. L. Whiting returned the first of the week from Hecla, S. D., where she attended the funeral of her sister's son who was killed in Fra,nce, July 20, 1918. Mrs. F. H. Li,ndig and son of Whea- ten drove down Saturday taking Miss Ruth Lindig, Mrs. E. Lundstrom and Miss Mildred Hubbard back with them for over Sunday. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lutheran Church will meet at the home of Mrs. John Gustafson on Thursday, June 9. Every one is most cordially welcome. It has been announced by Orton Bothers, managers of Eahtonka, that no adrnksion will be charged ladies who come there. This weMt into effect the first of the week. Miss Carrie Sanborn fi.aished her' term of school at Fort Pierre, S. D. last week and returned home Satur- (lay. She is visiting friends at Sisse- ton, S. D., at present. , The next meeting of the Luther i League will be held at the J. P. Hol,m- quist home five miles up the lake Tuesday evening, June 7. A cordial invitation is extended. Mrs. Samuel Love who has been a patient at St. Luke's hospital in St. Paul for a few weeks is visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. A. Hess for an in- definite length of time. A. J. Douglas of Foster states that there were more guests and fishing parties at his resort during the month of May this year than there has been for a great .many years. Mr. and Mrs. Joh. Monroe of Wil- mot, S. D., were Ortonville shoppers Saturday. The  Monroes were resi- dents of Big Stone City in 1881 and for several years thereafter. The Royal Neighbors will hold Me- morial services at Clinton Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock a.m. Th@ will meet at the Hall and go to the cemetery to conduct the services. Mrs. Ed. Persson and son will visit relatives at Blunt, S. D., for about three weeks. Mr. Brown of that place will "batch" it at the Persson cottage with Mr. Persson during her absence. J. Arthur Matthews & Company made the following deliveries this week: William Engdahl, touring car; E. T. Emerso.n, roadster; and James Black of Big Stone City, a Ford truck. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will be entertained by Mrs. H. W. Kollitz an( Mrs. Oscar Hahn at the home of the former, on Friday afternoon, June 10. A cordial invitation is extended to all ladies. Mr. and Mrs. W. D Taylor of Mon- tevideo accompanied Prof. J. R. Rowe to Ortonville last Saturday afternoon and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Chamberlain unitt Monday after- noon. Mr. Taylor is an instructor at Windom Institute. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm returned Saturday from Sioux Falls, S. D., where they visited their daughter and her husba,nd. While there Mr. Palm attended a meeting of the Shriners at which time Earl Bletcher was inl- tiated into that organization. Mr. a, nd Mrs. J. J. Honegger and children of Aberdeen, S. D., arirved Friday afternoon to occupy their cot- tage near the Peninsula. They were accompanied by Mr. Hongger's broth- er Gustav, and his nephew and of Abelleen who remained for a few days fishing. 49 Cent Sale For Farm Bureau Picnic Day June 4th 7V2 Quart Lip- ped Preserving Kettle, Old Eng- lish Ware, Ex- tra Heavy 12 Inches Wide and 5 IA Inches Deep. Each ...... EACH SPECIAL-- 49c 4 quart Cadet Blue Covered Sauce Pans, seamless, Princess shape. Actual capacity 3'/z quarts, blue color inside and out. Retilmed cover ---electric welded hadnle. .N.S,AL VAL,00- EACH ........................................................................ 49c Tyler's Variety Store Ortonville, Minn. Used Car Bargains Just a word. Before you select a used car be sure that you see those we are offering for sale. We can'save you money and we will take care :of you after you buy. THE PARK GARAGE Announcement cards of the Com- mencement Exercises of the Bakers- field, Cal., high school have been re-- ceived this week by the friends of Clarke Mathews who is one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kingsreiter of Ap- pleton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cooch over Sunday and Monday. Mr. Kingsreiter is wire chef at that place for the Northwestern Telephone company. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chaffee and daughter Violet and Mrs. Clara Moul- ton and son Wallace drove down from Fargo, N. D., for Decoration Day. While here they were guests at the A. W. McLane home. Mrs. Ruth Teske, vice-president of the Rebekah Assembly, of Owatonna, was the guest of Mrs. Ed. Shult Wed- nesday evening and Friday of last week on her way to and from the Dis- trict meeting at Wheaten. Brides Just to think that of all the friends a bride may have who bring her gifts, only those who choose silver will per- petuate the memory of their friendship in a form that will be eager- ly welcomed. It is a satisfaction to give Silver. It is a Gift that Lasts. PALM The Jeweler Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie-House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. _THE PIE HOUSE BEA , Proprietor Open For Business , u l i We will pay highest CASH prices for Eggs- Cream- Veal i at our Meat Market. We are open every day in the week and will take care of your produce Satur- day Nights. i i Pioneer Meat Market Produce Department Ortonville, Minnesota. WEDDING STATIONERY of Distinction at the Independent. CLEVELAND SiX The Lowest Priced Cord Tire Equipped Six Highest Qualities the Fairest Price E believe the Cleveland is the best light six built, and thousands of owners believe it. The Cleveland has so many good qualities that it has established itself as "the better car." Its Service to Owners Wins Wide Popularity The every-day performance of the Cleveland, under every con- dition and meeting everydemand of its owners, has won for it wide popularity. The exclusive Cleveland mo- tor, quiet and pliant, full of life and real power, distinguishes the car from sixes and fours of simi- lar size. It is a really great motor and those who drive it recognize it as such. Don't choose a car of similar size, regardless of price, until you have seen the Cleveland, gone over its details of design and construction and ridden in it. Unusual Riding Comfort and Ease of Driving The driving of the Cleveland is almost without effort. And the comfort of riding in the Cleveland, not merely on the boulevard but on the country roads as well, is out of the ordi- nary to say the least. There are few cars that ride as comfort- ably as the Cleveland, The sci- entific distribution of weight and the low underslung spring con- struction are big factors in this unusual roadability. All the Cleveland models are beautiful cars, handsomely fin- ished and upholstered. Let Us Show You the Cleveland Tozzzzf Car (F| P) $14(IS Roadstlr (Three Pangers) $1 (]F'ivo Pambe4m) .475 CouI (Four Pangere) gg/| Prlo F.O.B. Cloland f Four Inch Cord Tires Standard Equipment E. W. VANCURA 0rtonviUe, Minn. CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO JUNE 2, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE ,,= AL, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Kate Hayes was quite ill dur- all of last week. Briggs was a passenger to Monday afternoon. F. W. Dunn went to Wisconsin auto trip for a few days. and Mrs. Paul Smith were in on Decoration Day. Meyer of Morris attended to matters here yesterday. Sigler was up from Monte- a few hours Saturday. Griese of Odessa was operated he local hospital Tuesday. Brothers of Fairmont, N. here on Decoration Day. of St. Paul is the guest Engdahl for a few days. Henry Petrick and children Appleton on Decorati(m Day. Thos. Kirk was a Mi,aneapo- the latter part of last week. and Mrs. Cooch of Lisbon, N. are visiting their son C. S. Cooch. of Anoka is here this owne three houses in Cash- of Minneapolis is here for looking after his farming Evans of Appleton visited A_ W. McLane home Monday and Mrs. William Joyce of S. D., spent Sunday at the Hotel. Gladys Cummens, teacher at spent Sunday with her par- city. Norwegian Lutheran Ladies' held at Mrs. M. Nelson's afternoon. Anderson will assist ia rson Ice Cream Parlor the summer. Ida Pomroy was here Decor- Her school in Akron does for a week. and Mrs. E. L. Gustafson and Eleanor of Barry were in Wednesday. Slid Mrs. Fred Everson of Aus- visiting the former's parents a Week-or ten days. Mrs. Murl Hudson of Cor- home of J. H. Long- afternoon. Myron Camberlain of c Were week-end guests at aamberlain home. Mogren held a rural nail for Traverse Saturday. Leslie Briggs of Ap- here to attend the Me- services Monday. Holstein cow belonging was killed by lightning last electric storm. Warner left for Minne- morning where he r an indefinite period. Stephens sold a lakeshore lot A. L. Moore's residence to the first ot[ the week. purchased a Chan- is a beauty, thru E. agent, a few days ago. Egemeyer of Twin came down Monday for :with Mrs. John Kaercher. and family of Fargo, new residents of Orton- l will do sign paint- GUnderson and Dr. O'Don- Saturday from Minne- they had been for a few lineman for the tele- with headquarters at D., is visiting his par- md a half pound son was and Mrs. C. S. Hasslen Hospital Friday of last Schlimmie returned to Prior Wednesday after at the Libby home as of Winnett, Mont., is Campbell and family. i the heart of the oil dis- came out from for a visit with and with friends in Michaelson, steno- Minneapolis visited her Elsie Michaelson the first Hal Knight and little Sisseton, S. D., were here i )n Day, being guests of I am. rell !rs: Fred Hanes of Cor Cleve Senescall and yesterday from Veb- auto for a visit with the Mr,. Alfred Randall of visited, the former's and. Everett and League will meet at the Holmquist on Tuesday 7. Everyone is cordial- attend: former city attorney S. D., is occupying his of the It. C. Schoen days. departed for Bay- Canada Wednesday to Whom she has not seen years. A. N. Aldrich of Aber- opened their cottage the Week for th season an3 it as soon as school is hav been coming" Mnce 1904. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cenfield and Harry Ransome of Malta township were among those to attend the serv- ices here on Memorial Day. The Misses Lena and Ragna Steen arrived home last Friday from Ken- mare, N. D., where they have been teaching during the past year. Carl Bremer, Superintendent Har- sted, John Jackson and Ted Anderberg of Aberdeen, S. D., motored to Orton- ville Sunday on a fishing trip. Ben Chaffee and daughter, Mrs. Lu- lu Ward, of Fargo, N. D., were guests at the Walter Halleck and A. W. Mc- Lane homes the first of the week. Ben Stegner, Jr., of Prior has been soliciting insurance for the Equitable Life Insurance company of Des Moines, Iowa, here the past week. The Ladies' Aid of the Congrega- tional church- will meet this Friday afternoon, June 3, with Mrs. J. Karn. A cordial invitation is exetnded to all. Little Helen Kollitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kollitz, celebra- ted her eighth birthday Wednesday by invitinff in eight little girl friends. Mr .and Mrs. Frank Suttel of Aber- deen, S. D., are here on a weeks out- ing at the lake. Mr. Stuttle is cashier of the First National Bank of that city. Mrs. Margaret Lament and two sons, Bob and Billy, and Miss Rose Wade drove down from Aberdeen, S. D., Friday with B. C. Lament for over Sunday. Miss Gladys Beck finished her school year as teacher in a school near Hartford, S. D., Friday and re- trained to her home in this city for the summer. Mrs. Anna B. Larson of Water- town, S. D., is here visiting with Mrs. Sarah Pomroy. She arrived here last Sunday and plans to remain a couple of weeks. Mrs. M. L. Whiting returned the first of the week from Hecla, S. D., where she attended the funeral of her sister's son who was killed in Fra,nce, July 20, 1918. Mrs. F. H. Li,ndig and son of Whea- ten drove down Saturday taking Miss Ruth Lindig, Mrs. E. Lundstrom and Miss Mildred Hubbard back with them for over Sunday. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lutheran Church will meet at the home of Mrs. John Gustafson on Thursday, June 9. Every one is most cordially welcome. It has been announced by Orton Bothers, managers of Eahtonka, that no adrnksion will be charged ladies who come there. This weMt into effect the first of the week. Miss Carrie Sanborn fi.aished her' term of school at Fort Pierre, S. D. last week and returned home Satur- (lay. She is visiting friends at Sisse- ton, S. D., at present. , The next meeting of the Luther i League will be held at the J. P. Hol,m- quist home five miles up the lake Tuesday evening, June 7. A cordial invitation is extended. Mrs. Samuel Love who has been a patient at St. Luke's hospital in St. Paul for a few weeks is visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. A. Hess for an in- definite length of time. A. J. Douglas of Foster states that there were more guests and fishing parties at his resort during the month of May this year than there has been for a great .many years. Mr. and Mrs. Joh. Monroe of Wil- mot, S. D., were Ortonville shoppers Saturday. The  Monroes were resi- dents of Big Stone City in 1881 and for several years thereafter. The Royal Neighbors will hold Me- morial services at Clinton Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock a.m. Th@ will meet at the Hall and go to the cemetery to conduct the services. Mrs. Ed. Persson and son will visit relatives at Blunt, S. D., for about three weeks. Mr. Brown of that place will "batch" it at the Persson cottage with Mr. Persson during her absence. J. Arthur Matthews & Company made the following deliveries this week: William Engdahl, touring car; E. T. Emerso.n, roadster; and James Black of Big Stone City, a Ford truck. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will be entertained by Mrs. H. W. Kollitz an( Mrs. Oscar Hahn at the home of the former, on Friday afternoon, June 10. A cordial invitation is extended to all ladies. Mr. and Mrs. W. D Taylor of Mon- tevideo accompanied Prof. J. R. Rowe to Ortonville last Saturday afternoon and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Chamberlain unitt Monday after- noon. Mr. Taylor is an instructor at Windom Institute. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm returned Saturday from Sioux Falls, S. D., where they visited their daughter and her husba,nd. While there Mr. Palm attended a meeting of the Shriners at which time Earl Bletcher was inl- tiated into that organization. Mr. a, nd Mrs. J. J. Honegger and children of Aberdeen, S. D., arirved Friday afternoon to occupy their cot- tage near the Peninsula. They were accompanied by Mr. Hongger's broth- er Gustav, and his nephew and of Abelleen who remained for a few days fishing. 49 Cent Sale For Farm Bureau Picnic Day June 4th 7V2 Quart Lip- ped Preserving Kettle, Old Eng- lish Ware, Ex- tra Heavy 12 Inches Wide and 5 IA Inches Deep. Each ...... EACH SPECIAL-- 49c 4 quart Cadet Blue Covered Sauce Pans, seamless, Princess shape. Actual capacity 3'/z quarts, blue color inside and out. Retilmed cover ---electric welded hadnle. .N.S,AL VAL,00- EACH ........................................................................ 49c Tyler's Variety Store Ortonville, Minn. Used Car Bargains Just a word. Before you select a used car be sure that you see those we are offering for sale. We can'save you money and we will take care :of you after you buy. THE PARK GARAGE Announcement cards of the Com- mencement Exercises of the Bakers- field, Cal., high school have been re-- ceived this week by the friends of Clarke Mathews who is one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kingsreiter of Ap- pleton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cooch over Sunday and Monday. Mr. Kingsreiter is wire chef at that place for the Northwestern Telephone company. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chaffee and daughter Violet and Mrs. Clara Moul- ton and son Wallace drove down from Fargo, N. D., for Decoration Day. While here they were guests at the A. W. McLane home. Mrs. Ruth Teske, vice-president of the Rebekah Assembly, of Owatonna, was the guest of Mrs. Ed. Shult Wed- nesday evening and Friday of last week on her way to and from the Dis- trict meeting at Wheaten. Brides Just to think that of all the friends a bride may have who bring her gifts, only those who choose silver will per- petuate the memory of their friendship in a form that will be eager- ly welcomed. It is a satisfaction to give Silver. It is a Gift that Lasts. PALM The Jeweler Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie-House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. _THE PIE HOUSE BEA , Proprietor Open For Business , u l i We will pay highest CASH prices for Eggs- Cream- Veal i at our Meat Market. We are open every day in the week and will take care of your produce Satur- day Nights. i i Pioneer Meat Market Produce Department Ortonville, Minnesota. WEDDING STATIONERY of Distinction at the Independent. CLEVELAND SiX The Lowest Priced Cord Tire Equipped Six Highest Qualities the Fairest Price E believe the Cleveland is the best light six built, and thousands of owners believe it. The Cleveland has so many good qualities that it has established itself as "the better car." Its Service to Owners Wins Wide Popularity The every-day performance of the Cleveland, under every con- dition and meeting everydemand of its owners, has won for it wide popularity. The exclusive Cleveland mo- tor, quiet and pliant, full of life and real power, distinguishes the car from sixes and fours of simi- lar size. It is a really great motor and those who drive it recognize it as such. Don't choose a car of similar size, regardless of price, until you have seen the Cleveland, gone over its details of design and construction and ridden in it. Unusual Riding Comfort and Ease of Driving The driving of the Cleveland is almost without effort. And the comfort of riding in the Cleveland, not merely on the boulevard but on the country roads as well, is out of the ordi- nary to say the least. There are few cars that ride as comfort- ably as the Cleveland, The sci- entific distribution of weight and the low underslung spring con- struction are big factors in this unusual roadability. All the Cleveland models are beautiful cars, handsomely fin- ished and upholstered. Let Us Show You the Cleveland Tozzzzf Car (F| P) $14(IS Roadstlr (Three Pangers) $1 (]F'ivo Pambe4m) .475 CouI (Four Pangere) gg/| Prlo F.O.B. Cloland f Four Inch Cord Tires Standard Equipment E. W. VANCURA 0rtonviUe, Minn. CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT pAGE $ Announcement ca/,L of the, Co,,, [ .......... n auto tap fol a few days. Mrs. pa *  ' aml Mrs. SOCI XL Hally Ransorne nf llaltn AND NEWS ITEMS [ attend the -- __ __@ ices here on Memorial Day, Hayes was quite ill din. The Misses Lena and Baka Stoen y rom Ken Bxlgg was mare, N. D., where they have been teaching during the past year. Car] Bme, Superintendent Har- sled, John Jkson and Ted Andelberg of Aberdeen, S. D. motod to Orlon- Sunday on a fishing trip. Ben Chaffee and daughter, Mrs. Lu- lu Ward. of Fargo, N. D., wel.e as up from s operated Ben Sgnl, Jr,, I hospital Tuesday. soliciting insuran for the Equitable Life Insurmme company of Des Moines, Iowa, he the past wk. The Ladies' Aid of the Cougrega- mt this Friday afternoon, June 3, Little Helen Kollitz, daughter of lehra ] Mr*. Conch of Lisbon, N. td her eighth birthday %Vednesday by invitin in eight little girI friends. dean, . ing at the lake. of the First National Bank of dty, Bits, llarmt Lamont and two Evans of Appleton nnd Billy, ant] Miss Rose w. MeLan e home Monday Wade drove down from Alrdeen, S. D,, Friday with B. C. I.amont fm oxe Mrs. William Joy. of unday. D', sP ent Sunday at the Mis Gla,/ys Bk fi he her sehoo ear as teacher in a a few days. : E[tnr Petrlek and Kirk definite ]cnffth of thne. fishing ,g the month for a great,many yrs. Mr. and Mm. mot, S. D., Saturday. The Mourns we si- dents of Big Stone Cit? in 1881 and for veral year heafter. The Royal Neighbnrs 11 seiees at Clinton Sunday ,ks ,,. The. and go to cemetery to conduct the selwis. Mr Ed. Persson and n will visit at Blunt, $. D., for about exallnation for eaton Saturday. s. Leslie Brigg of Ap the  Holstein cow belongin killed by lightning n Waer left for Mimm morning whel he Mis Carrie anOtll mencemem Exezci es of the Bake.l /nt week and returned field, Cal., i,ib school ha,'e been day. cei.ed this week by te rrcn,ls ,,I t,,n, S. D., at present. The next ,neetn of the aduates. Mr d Mrs Ed. K ..................................... falar. T ....................... ple ....... ger  .... ML King,loiter is ire ehe lll.. Samuel love who has been a pla for the :Northwestem Telephone patient at St. Luke's hospital in St company. Paul for a few weeks is visiting her Mr. anti 1tics. daughter, Mrs B A. H6ss for an ill- daughter Vialet and Fargo, N. D. for Deeetien Day. gcsts at the Mrs. Ruth Teske, xfi-psldent of the Reheka?4 Ambly, of Owatoa, was the guest of Mrs, Ed. Shult Wed. nesday evening d Friday of last triet meeting at Wheaten. Mr. Bwn of that place g her absence. J. Arthur Matthews & C(pany made the fnii,,wng ,Icierc ths week: William Engdahl, tnurn ca,; E. T. Emerson, roadster; and James Bk of Bi St,, Le Ci ', Fo d "uck Hartfont, S. D., Friday The Methodist Ladies' Aid will be : Sunduy with her par [ i to her hum n fhs cit el,tel'rained hy Mrs It W. I(ollitz u . . ! summel. Mrs. Onr Halm at the home of the ;an Lutheran Iie' Mrs. Anna B Lam n Wa or- forme, , on Friday afternoon, June 10 ut Mrs. t, Nelson's[ town . D,. s here visiting with Mrs A cmia] invitation is extended to aLl loon. I Sarah pomor. She arrived here Jallades. er Anderson will assist ia Sunda and plans o ma a coupaJ Mr, and Mrs W. D Taylor of Mon- vernon Ice C Parlor ee s.  te,,eo accompanied Prof. J. R. Rowe, mmcr, Mrs. M. L. Whltng retued thai to Otnnvlle last aulay artenn omrey w he Decor- a the gl t of Hr. and Mrs. O. Bet chool in Akron doe until Mo,,,lay after sonwho was kiill i. Fra, noon. Mr, Taylor is an instructor at E. Juy 20, 1918. Wlndom Institute. Baby were in Mrs. F. H. Lidig and ao of When- Mr. n.d Mrs B. W. Palm letumed Ly tnkin Mis Saturday from Sioux Fali, S. D.. us- Ruth Ln,li. Mrs. E. Whel they visltl their daughter and husband. While there Mr. Palm for oeer Sunday. {attended a meetn of the Sluners The Lades' Aid of the Swedshat which time Earl at the kme of J. H. Long- Church will meet at the l tiated into that organization. on. hme of M,*. Joh Gustafsen onJ Mr. ad Mrs J. J. Bnnegger and Camberlain of Thursday, June 0. Every one is most children of Aberdeen, S. D.. aried cordially welcome. I Friday afternoon to occupy theh' cot1 Bit her, manager of Eah oaks, ha I accmpil I,v Mr lteagger's b o h- It h bee. annound by Orton rage near the Peninsula. They weee no lm;-ion will I charged ladies' er Gusta, r, anti his nel,ew and wfe who me them. is were nto effect of Abln who remained I days shing. 49 Cent Sale For Farm Bureau Picnic Day June 4th 7% Quart Li D- pad prving Kettle. Old Eng- li*h Ware, Ex- 1 tra Heavy 12 Inch Wlde and 5% Inches Dee Eh ...... EACH SPECIAL-- 49c , agent, a few days ago. Egemeyer aw sidents of Orton- [gn paint- turday 4 qrt Cadet Blue Covered Sauce Pans, seamless, Princess shape. Aetna] capacity 3V quarts, blue hint inside and oat. Retilmed ver ltrie welded hadnle. UNUSUAL VALUE-- ,,c. .............................. 49c Tyler's Variety Store Ortonville, Minn. is visiting his pal'-i pond ,as 8ehIimmie Wednesday at the Libby home as of Winnett, Mot., Campbell d faml came out fm for a xqsit with Just a word. Before you select a used car be sure that you see those we ate offering for sale. We can 'save you money and we will take care of you after you buy. THE PARK GAR'AGE AIfdth e , Erett Everyoneiseordial- former city attorney ),, is occupying d ,. departed for ny r whnnl he h Brides Just to think that of all the friends a hride may have who bring her gifts, only those who choose silver will per- petuate the menmry of their friendship in a form that will be eager- ly welcomed. It is a satisfaction to give Silver. it is a Gift thai Lasts, PALM The Jeweler Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor Open For Business We will pay highest CASH prices for Eggs- Cream- Veal at our Meat Market. We are open every day in the week and will take care of your produce Satur- day .Nights. Pioneer Meat Market Produce Department Or tonville, Minnesota. WEDDING STATIONERY of Distinction at the lndependenL CLEVELAND SIX The Lowest Priced Cord Tire Equipped Six The Highest Qualities At the Fairest Price WE belleve the Cleveland size, regardless of price, until isthe bestiight sixbuilt, you have seen the Cleveland, and thousands of owners believe gone over its details of design it. The Cleveland has so many good qualities that it has established itself as "the better car." Its Service to Owners Wins Wide Popularity The every-day per forrnance of the Clevdand, under every con- dition and/neetlng every demand of its owners, has won for it wide popularity. The exclusive Cleveland mo- tor, qttlet and pliant, full of life mad real power, distinguishes the car from sixes and fours of simi- lar size. It is a really great motor and thoe who drive it and construction and ridden in it. Unusual Riding Comfort and Ease of Driving The driving of the Cleveland is almost without effort. And the comfort of riding in the Cleveland, not merely on the boulevard but on the eotmtry roads as well. is out of the ordi- naryto say the least. There are few cars that ride as comfor- ably as the Cleveland. Thesci- entitle distribution of weight and the low tmdcrslung spring con- struction are big factors in this unusual roadability. All the Cleveland models are recognize it ea sudx. Don't choose a car of similar ished and upholstered. Let Us Show You the Cleveland F, X 1 o..I,,,,a _ Four Inch Cord Tires Standard Equipment ' E. W, VANCURA Ortonville, Minn. CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE cOMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO beautiful cars, handsomely fin- JUNE 2, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE ,,= AL, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS Kate Hayes was quite ill dur- all of last week. Briggs was a passenger to Monday afternoon. F. W. Dunn went to Wisconsin auto trip for a few days. and Mrs. Paul Smith were in on Decoration Day. Meyer of Morris attended to matters here yesterday. Sigler was up from Monte- a few hours Saturday. Griese of Odessa was operated he local hospital Tuesday. Brothers of Fairmont, N. here on Decoration Day. of St. Paul is the guest Engdahl for a few days. Henry Petrick and children Appleton on Decorati(m Day. Thos. Kirk was a Mi,aneapo- the latter part of last week. and Mrs. Cooch of Lisbon, N. are visiting their son C. S. Cooch. of Anoka is here this owne three houses in Cash- of Minneapolis is here for looking after his farming Evans of Appleton visited A_ W. McLane home Monday and Mrs. William Joyce of S. D., spent Sunday at the Hotel. Gladys Cummens, teacher at spent Sunday with her par- city. Norwegian Lutheran Ladies' held at Mrs. M. Nelson's afternoon. Anderson will assist ia rson Ice Cream Parlor the summer. Ida Pomroy was here Decor- Her school in Akron does for a week. and Mrs. E. L. Gustafson and Eleanor of Barry were in Wednesday. Slid Mrs. Fred Everson of Aus- visiting the former's parents a Week-or ten days. Mrs. Murl Hudson of Cor- home of J. H. Long- afternoon. Myron Camberlain of c Were week-end guests at aamberlain home. Mogren held a rural nail for Traverse Saturday. Leslie Briggs of Ap- here to attend the Me- services Monday. Holstein cow belonging was killed by lightning last electric storm. Warner left for Minne- morning where he r an indefinite period. Stephens sold a lakeshore lot A. L. Moore's residence to the first ot[ the week. purchased a Chan- is a beauty, thru E. agent, a few days ago. Egemeyer of Twin came down Monday for :with Mrs. John Kaercher. and family of Fargo, new residents of Orton- l will do sign paint- GUnderson and Dr. O'Don- Saturday from Minne- they had been for a few lineman for the tele- with headquarters at D., is visiting his par- md a half pound son was and Mrs. C. S. Hasslen Hospital Friday of last Schlimmie returned to Prior Wednesday after at the Libby home as of Winnett, Mont., is Campbell and family. i the heart of the oil dis- came out from for a visit with and with friends in Michaelson, steno- Minneapolis visited her Elsie Michaelson the first Hal Knight and little Sisseton, S. D., were here i )n Day, being guests of I am. rell !rs: Fred Hanes of Cor Cleve Senescall and yesterday from Veb- auto for a visit with the Mr,. Alfred Randall of visited, the former's and. Everett and League will meet at the Holmquist on Tuesday 7. Everyone is cordial- attend: former city attorney S. D., is occupying his of the It. C. Schoen days. departed for Bay- Canada Wednesday to Whom she has not seen years. A. N. Aldrich of Aber- opened their cottage the Week for th season an3 it as soon as school is hav been coming" Mnce 1904. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cenfield and Harry Ransome of Malta township were among those to attend the serv- ices here on Memorial Day. The Misses Lena and Ragna Steen arrived home last Friday from Ken- mare, N. D., where they have been teaching during the past year. Carl Bremer, Superintendent Har- sted, John Jackson and Ted Anderberg of Aberdeen, S. D., motored to Orton- ville Sunday on a fishing trip. Ben Chaffee and daughter, Mrs. Lu- lu Ward, of Fargo, N. D., were guests at the Walter Halleck and A. W. Mc- Lane homes the first of the week. Ben Stegner, Jr., of Prior has been soliciting insurance for the Equitable Life Insurance company of Des Moines, Iowa, here the past week. The Ladies' Aid of the Congrega- tional church- will meet this Friday afternoon, June 3, with Mrs. J. Karn. A cordial invitation is exetnded to all. Little Helen Kollitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kollitz, celebra- ted her eighth birthday Wednesday by invitinff in eight little girl friends. Mr .and Mrs. Frank Suttel of Aber- deen, S. D., are here on a weeks out- ing at the lake. Mr. Stuttle is cashier of the First National Bank of that city. Mrs. Margaret Lament and two sons, Bob and Billy, and Miss Rose Wade drove down from Aberdeen, S. D., Friday with B. C. Lament for over Sunday. Miss Gladys Beck finished her school year as teacher in a school near Hartford, S. D., Friday and re- trained to her home in this city for the summer. Mrs. Anna B. Larson of Water- town, S. D., is here visiting with Mrs. Sarah Pomroy. She arrived here last Sunday and plans to remain a couple of weeks. Mrs. M. L. Whiting returned the first of the week from Hecla, S. D., where she attended the funeral of her sister's son who was killed in Fra,nce, July 20, 1918. Mrs. F. H. Li,ndig and son of Whea- ten drove down Saturday taking Miss Ruth Lindig, Mrs. E. Lundstrom and Miss Mildred Hubbard back with them for over Sunday. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lutheran Church will meet at the home of Mrs. John Gustafson on Thursday, June 9. Every one is most cordially welcome. It has been announced by Orton Bothers, managers of Eahtonka, that no adrnksion will be charged ladies who come there. This weMt into effect the first of the week. Miss Carrie Sanborn fi.aished her' term of school at Fort Pierre, S. D. last week and returned home Satur- (lay. She is visiting friends at Sisse- ton, S. D., at present. , The next meeting of the Luther i League will be held at the J. P. Hol,m- quist home five miles up the lake Tuesday evening, June 7. A cordial invitation is extended. Mrs. Samuel Love who has been a patient at St. Luke's hospital in St. Paul for a few weeks is visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. A. Hess for an in- definite length of time. A. J. Douglas of Foster states that there were more guests and fishing parties at his resort during the month of May this year than there has been for a great .many years. Mr. and Mrs. Joh. Monroe of Wil- mot, S. D., were Ortonville shoppers Saturday. The  Monroes were resi- dents of Big Stone City in 1881 and for several years thereafter. The Royal Neighbors will hold Me- morial services at Clinton Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock a.m. Th@ will meet at the Hall and go to the cemetery to conduct the services. Mrs. Ed. Persson and son will visit relatives at Blunt, S. D., for about three weeks. Mr. Brown of that place will "batch" it at the Persson cottage with Mr. Persson during her absence. J. Arthur Matthews & Company made the following deliveries this week: William Engdahl, touring car; E. T. Emerso.n, roadster; and James Black of Big Stone City, a Ford truck. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will be entertained by Mrs. H. W. Kollitz an( Mrs. Oscar Hahn at the home of the former, on Friday afternoon, June 10. A cordial invitation is extended to all ladies. Mr. and Mrs. W. D Taylor of Mon- tevideo accompanied Prof. J. R. Rowe to Ortonville last Saturday afternoon and was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. I. Chamberlain unitt Monday after- noon. Mr. Taylor is an instructor at Windom Institute. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm returned Saturday from Sioux Falls, S. D., where they visited their daughter and her husba,nd. While there Mr. Palm attended a meeting of the Shriners at which time Earl Bletcher was inl- tiated into that organization. Mr. a, nd Mrs. J. J. Honegger and children of Aberdeen, S. D., arirved Friday afternoon to occupy their cot- tage near the Peninsula. They were accompanied by Mr. Hongger's broth- er Gustav, and his nephew and of Abelleen who remained for a few days fishing. 49 Cent Sale For Farm Bureau Picnic Day June 4th 7V2 Quart Lip- ped Preserving Kettle, Old Eng- lish Ware, Ex- tra Heavy 12 Inches Wide and 5 IA Inches Deep. Each ...... EACH SPECIAL-- 49c 4 quart Cadet Blue Covered Sauce Pans, seamless, Princess shape. Actual capacity 3'/z quarts, blue color inside and out. Retilmed cover ---electric welded hadnle. .N.S,AL VAL,00- EACH ........................................................................ 49c Tyler's Variety Store Ortonville, Minn. Used Car Bargains Just a word. Before you select a used car be sure that you see those we are offering for sale. We can'save you money and we will take care :of you after you buy. THE PARK GARAGE Announcement cards of the Com- mencement Exercises of the Bakers- field, Cal., high school have been re-- ceived this week by the friends of Clarke Mathews who is one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kingsreiter of Ap- pleton were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cooch over Sunday and Monday. Mr. Kingsreiter is wire chef at that place for the Northwestern Telephone company. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chaffee and daughter Violet and Mrs. Clara Moul- ton and son Wallace drove down from Fargo, N. D., for Decoration Day. While here they were guests at the A. W. McLane home. Mrs. Ruth Teske, vice-president of the Rebekah Assembly, of Owatonna, was the guest of Mrs. Ed. Shult Wed- nesday evening and Friday of last week on her way to and from the Dis- trict meeting at Wheaten. Brides Just to think that of all the friends a bride may have who bring her gifts, only those who choose silver will per- petuate the memory of their friendship in a form that will be eager- ly welcomed. It is a satisfaction to give Silver. It is a Gift that Lasts. PALM The Jeweler Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie-House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. _THE PIE HOUSE BEA , Proprietor Open For Business , u l i We will pay highest CASH prices for Eggs- Cream- Veal i at our Meat Market. We are open every day in the week and will take care of your produce Satur- day Nights. i i Pioneer Meat Market Produce Department Ortonville, Minnesota. WEDDING STATIONERY of Distinction at the Independent. CLEVELAND SiX The Lowest Priced Cord Tire Equipped Six Highest Qualities the Fairest Price E believe the Cleveland is the best light six built, and thousands of owners believe it. The Cleveland has so many good qualities that it has established itself as "the better car." Its Service to Owners Wins Wide Popularity The every-day performance of the Cleveland, under every con- dition and meeting everydemand of its owners, has won for it wide popularity. The exclusive Cleveland mo- tor, quiet and pliant, full of life and real power, distinguishes the car from sixes and fours of simi- lar size. It is a really great motor and those who drive it recognize it as such. Don't choose a car of similar size, regardless of price, until you have seen the Cleveland, gone over its details of design and construction and ridden in it. Unusual Riding Comfort and Ease of Driving The driving of the Cleveland is almost without effort. And the comfort of riding in the Cleveland, not merely on the boulevard but on the country roads as well, is out of the ordi- nary to say the least. There are few cars that ride as comfort- ably as the Cleveland, The sci- entific distribution of weight and the low underslung spring con- struction are big factors in this unusual roadability. All the Cleveland models are beautiful cars, handsomely fin- ished and upholstered. Let Us Show You the Cleveland Tozzzzf Car (F| P) $14(IS Roadstlr (Three Pangers) $1 (]F'ivo Pambe4m) .475 CouI (Four Pangere) gg/| Prlo F.O.B. Cloland f Four Inch Cord Tires Standard Equipment E. W. VANCURA 0rtonviUe, Minn. CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO