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PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 00ebican 1 Leqion corner Deep in the Argonne, Peter Verdi met (loath at  hands of the Ger- mans, fighting for his cour, try. Last week the American Legion of Eve- leth, MinnesoLa, sent an escort to St. Paul to meet and accompany the body to Evoleth where it was laid to rest with a simp][e and appropriate mili- tary ceremony. At the entrance to the little ceme- tery aL Morris, Minnesota, stands a large white cross erected by local Le- gionaires in honor of all the buddies who are bured overseas. On Me- morial Day, Morris citizens piled flow- ers aJound this simple cross m me- mory ,f the boys who "went west" over there, never to return. To have been one of a little band of 3,000 Americans who stormed up "'Dead Man's Hill" and returned alive from that hell of fire. and then lose his life when his auto crashed itto the Northern Pacific flyer, was the fate of Austin McGowan, a Legionaire of Brainerd, Mi,nnesota. Because, as a member of the 151st F. A., Rainbow Division, while lay- ing down a barrage on'the enemy, he ,vas shot thru the arm but contin- ued firing his gun until the enemy -as routed, George Reid, a Monte- video Legionnaire, was decorated with the Croix de Guerre and the Distin- guished Service ,Cross. But it was a year from the time he joined the :Montevideo post before his Legion comrades learned of his heroism. Legionaires of New-Ulm Minnesota sent Walter Wiedman to the Second District Legion Convention at Worth- ingtn with instructions to "bring hame the bacon." And bring it he did, for the Second district conven- tion next October will be held in New Uim, which is preparing to open its heart as well as its hotels to the in- coming delegates. In Waseca Minnesota the Women's Relie Corps purchased an American flag and an American Legion post banner for the local Legion post. Sim- ilar instances of friendly cooperation between young and the old veteran organization is reported from other parts o'f Min'nesota. The Legion is taking an honored place by the side of its eiders. "Get Behind A Legion Button" was the slogan of Winona Minnesota Le- gionaires in their recent three-day membership drive. Before the close of the first day of the drive one hun- dred ex-se-cice buddies had thrown i,n their lot with the Winona Legion- aires. A big time is being planned for the Legion State Convention in Wino- na Legmnaires. A big time is being planned for the Legion State Conven- tion in Winona August 1-3 next. The Legion in Minnesota receives more co-operation from the state's newspapers than any other Legion 1National Headquarters, In the Sec- ond Minnesota District 39 newspapers run an "American Legman Coruer." The Seventh has 36 such papers, the First has 20; the Third, Sixth, Eighth, and Ninth districts each has 17; and the Fourth, Fifth and Tenth districts each has six newspapers which give space to ex-service and Legion events in a special weekly column. This re- fers to state and local Legion pub- licity. In additio.n, about 75 other Minnesota newspapers publish a col- umn or two of Legion "ready-to-print" news, supplied by Legion National Headquarters thru the Western Newspaper Union. Minnesota Legionaires and Auxin mary members Will rally to Minneapo- lis June 11; to St. Cloud June 12; to St. Paul June 13; and to Duluth June 14, to do honor to their National Com- mander, F. W. Galbraith, who comes to the North Star State to get ac- quainted with Legionaires and Auxil- iary members of Minnesota Depart- ment, of which he is quite proud. In- cidentally, he will be one of the pri,n- cipal speakers at the ceremony in con- nection with. the dedication of the Victory Memorial Drive in Minneapo- lis June 11. Legionaires of Virginia, Minnesota, declare that at the Legion State C@n- vention in Winona next August, they -ill give such a welcome to the dele- gates there, to hold their convention in Virginia in 1922, that they won't have the heart to refuse this honor to the "Queen City" of the Great North- est. Officers of the Osakis, Minnesota, Legion post believe in telling the world how they spend every nickle paid into the post treasury. Once a month they publish a statement of receipts a, nd disbursements in the American Legion Corner which the Osakis Review do- nates for ex-service news and Ameri- can Legion activities. ""Bring along your shovels, rakes, hoes, a.d join the Legion boys in a eveling bee at the Legion Baseball park," says the Melrose Beacon. "The leveling will start at 6:30 p. m. Show your public spirit by helping the Le- gion boys get the diamond in first- class shape." In addition to the scores of indi- vidual Leion baseball teams in Min- nesota, more than half a dozen Le- gion baseball leagues of eight or more teams have sprung up, such as the Four Star Legion Baseball League in I southern Minnesota, and The Central Minnesota Legion Baseball League. As a rule, the Legion posts which have basketball teams in the winter are the posts which are most active in summer athletics also. An album of snapshots of local Le- gionaires with a short war history of each, will form a part of the library which the New Legion post is es- tablishing in its recently acquired and An album of snapshots of local Le- gionaires with a short war history of each, will form a part of the library which the New Prague Legion post i establishing in its recently acquired and cozy clubrooms. New Prague Le- gionaires are live wires. At the suggestion of Crookston Le- ugiOnaires, Crookston citizens, on Sat- rday May 2q. promptly at 11:00 a m. [tropped all thought of worldly ac- tivities and for two minutes stood with bowed heads in silent contompla- tion, in memory of those who died for their country. This was part of the Legion's Memorial Day plans, "We owe the Legion boys a great deal, and this is one of the times we may show our appreciation of their great services to us," reads an article in the Chaska Valley Herald, Minne- sota, urging all citizens, whether or not they like dancing, to buy tickets for the big May Dance Festival ..put on under the auspices of Chaska Le- Probate Court office in the courthouse at the Cityvf Ortonville, in said coun- ty of Big Storm. on Monday the 20th clay of June A. D. 1921 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. It is further ordered that'*said pe- tition for the discharge of said ad- ministrators, together with the sure- ties on their bond be heard at the Probate Court office in the city of Or- tonville, in said county of ig Stone, I on Monday the 20th (lay of June A. D. i 1921 at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of] aid day; at which time and placel .aid administrators of said estate will] be allowed to make proof that they have complied with stud final decree aI;d with all the orders of this Court in said matter, and all per- ::ons intere,ted will be heard for and against said discharge of said admin- istrators and the sureties on their bond. it is further ordered that notice hereof be given to all parties inter- ested by publishing this order, once in each week for th)ee successive weeks prior to said day above speci- fied for the examination of said final accopnL in the Ortonville Independent, a weekly newspaper, printed and pub- lished at the city of Ortonville in said County and State. Dated May 23, A. D. 1921. By the Court. (Seal) R. B. HUDSON, Judge of Probate First publication May 26 June 2 Citation for Hearing on Petition for Administration. Estate of Hugh C. Mathews STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, in Probate Court. In gionaires, the matter of the estate of Hugh C. Here's how the ten Minnesota con- 1 Mathews, Decedent. The state of Minnesota to Anna gressional districts are forging ahead] Mathews , Hazel E. Mttthews, and all in carrying out the slogan "No bache- persons interested in the granting of lor posts in Minnesota. In the Sec- administration of the estate of said ond, Fifth and Seventh districts 60 decedent: The petition of Anna Ma- per cent of the Legion posts have es- thews having been filed in this court, tablished Auxiliary units. In the First: Fourth, and Eighth districts 50 per cent of the Legion posts have the backing of Legion auxiliaries; and iu the Third, Sixth, Ninth and Tenth dis- tricts the percentage of auxiliary units to Legion posts is 30 per cent. Almost half the Legion posts in the state now have auxiliaries, and about four new units per. week are being formed. Minnesota still leads every other Legion department in the United States in this respect. representing that Hugh C. Mathews, then a resident of the county of Big Stone, State of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 6th day of March 1921, and praying that letters of admin- istration of his estate be granted to Anna Mathews and the Court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition: Therefore, you and each of you are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, before this court at the probate court rooms in the courthouse, in the city of Orton- ville, in the county of Big Stone, State of Minnesota, on the 20th day of June 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., why said (' petition should not be granted, I LEGAL NOTICES I witness, the Judge of said Court, " and the seal of said Court, this 24th Order for Hearing on Petition for Set- day of May 1921. tlement of Account and on Peti- (Seal) R.B. HUDSON tion for Discharge of Exe- I Probate Judge cutor or Administrator. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of William May, deceased. On receiving and filihg the petition of William May and Paul May repre- senting, among other things, that they are the administrators of the estate  of the above named decedent, and that they have fully administered said es- tate and filed their final account there- of; and praying that a time and place be fixed for hearing said petition, the examination and allowance of said a count, and the making and filing of the final decree of distribution of said estate; and that a further time and place be fixed for the hearing of said petition for the discharge of said administrators together with the sure- ties on their bond. It is ordered that said petition for the examination and allowance of said final account and the filing of the final decree in said matter be heard at the i | A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney for Petitioner. First publication May 26 June 2 Citation for Hearing on Petition for Administration. Estate of Jennie B. Cooper. STATE OF MINNESOTA,County of Big Stone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Jennie B. Cooper, Decedent. The state of Minnesota, to Herbert Cooper, Arthur Cooper, Maude Hall, Claude Cooper, Agnes Mettice, and all persons interested in the granting of administration of the estate of said decedent: The petition of Herbert Cooper having been filed in this Court, representing that Jennie B. Cooper, then a resident of the Couty of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 4th day of May 1921, and praying that letters of administration of her estate be granted to John Michell, and the Court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition: Therefore, you and each of The Mathematics of It, you, are hereby cited and required to She had seven million dollars show cause, if any you have, before  Placed in bonds and stocks and this Court at the Probate Court rooms in the courthouse, in the city of Orton- rents; ville, in the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 20th day of June, 1921 at 10 o'clock a. ,m., why said petition should riot be granted. Witness. the Judge of said Court. Kodak " '-" -rlnlsnlng and the seal of said Court, this 25th day of May 1921. Ask for particulars how to (Seal) R.B. HUDSON, Probate Judge. get free enlargements from A. B. KAERCHER, your favorite films. Attor.ey for Petitioner. First publication May 26 June 2 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- CLOSURE SALE. Default having been made hi the conditions of a certain mortgage con- raining a power of Sale, dated Febru- ary 21, 1918, and duly recorded in the office oftheRegisterofDeedsofBig Seasoned Tire Stone County, Minn., March 23, 191S at 9 o'clock a. . in Book 53 of Mort- gages on page 110, whereby M. Ferch and Julia Perch, his wife, C. J. Ferch Experience and Matilda Ferch, his wife, C. P. Ferch and Emma Ferch, his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to The State These Kokomos Bank of Correll. now Farmers & Mer- chants State Bank, mortgagee, the Southeast Quarter (S.E.) of the Southeast Quarter (S.E.1) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township One Hun- oooo ........................... ooo, dred Twenty-one (121), Range Forty- four (44), Big Stone County, Minne- sota, by which default the Power of Sale has become operative, and no ac- PTIRJ building experience tion or proceeding at law having been instituted to recover the debt secured J- that dates back to the thereby, or any part thereof, and there fllt pneumatic tire is indelibly is claimed to be due on said mortgage stamped on KOKOMO cord and at the date hereof the sum of Two Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty-eight fabric casings. and eighty-ine one hundredths ($2738.89) Dollars. In the tread design ALONE a type Now, Notice Is Hereby Given, That has been developed that makes them by virtue of said power, said mortgage remarkable. will be forclosed and said premises sold at public auction, by the Sheriff "The weight )f the car is carried on of said county, or his deputy, on Sat- a smooth, tough, center rib, onwhich urday, June 25, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. the car rolls easily, economically and m. at the front door of the Court es free from friction as a boy'shoop House in Ortonville, in said county, to ()n the sidewalk. pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees, and disbursements allowed by But when road grip is needed, the law. heavy rows of angled wedges exert Dated May 10, 1921. their pressure like giant fingersand Faers & Merchants then yield easily and noiselessly. State Bank of Correll, Mortgagee. Tires like these yield full return on A. B. Kaercher, Attorney tire investment. Ortonvflle, Minn. Pirst Pub. May 12 June9 J. Arthur Matthews & Company THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at--- $1.50 to $2.00---Without Bath $2.00 to $5.00---With Bath With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection I :h (HAND(El? 5iX 001930 Price Always Kept Low And The Reasons Why HE Chandler price has a.l.ways been kept low without sacrifice of quality. This haa been made possible by the most efficient management/, the most modern factory and the highest iinaflcial credit with sources of supply, together with the fact that we have always built one chassis, develo oped and refined as the years have passed, but never abandoned, because constantly morepopular. Some lines have manufactured simultaneously as many as three or four distinct models--not stylel of bodies, but chasses. They have come and gone. You can probably lmas, e what such a policy means in manufacturing (lost, m selling prices and in the resale value of such cars. Chandler resale value is relativei higher than that of any car, after a like period of service. The Chandler Offers You Unmatched Value twn.PaJger Touring Car, $1930 Fur-Pmenger Dispatch Cr, $2010 Two.Poengr Roadster, $1930 Four.Paenger Roadster, $1930 8emn.Paumgr Sedan, $3030 Four:Passenger Coupe, $2930 Llmomi, $3530 o. b. Cmgand. Ohio) Cord Tires Standard Equipment E. W. VANCURA, Ortouville, Minn. THE CHANDLER MOTOR CAR CO CLLAND, OHIO He had 'teven million dollars, So they merged their Now they've raised a son whose Is exactly thirty cents. VIKR Photographer TiR[S00-00TU00ES The True Secret of Success Is thrift in all its phases, and principally thrift as applied to sav- ing. A young man may have many friends, but he will find none so steadfast, so constant, so ready to respond to his wants, so capable of pushing him ahead; as a little leath- er-covered book with the name of a bank on its cover. We Pay 5 Per Cent Interest GITIZIEN National Bank ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA H. F. Thompson, Pres. Clarence Wiley, O. E. Hahn, Ass't Cash. W. Kelly, Cashier PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 00ebican 1 Leqion corner Deep in the Argonne, Peter Verdi met (loath at  hands of the Ger- mans, fighting for his cour, try. Last week the American Legion of Eve- leth, MinnesoLa, sent an escort to St. Paul to meet and accompany the body to Evoleth where it was laid to rest with a simp][e and appropriate mili- tary ceremony. At the entrance to the little ceme- tery aL Morris, Minnesota, stands a large white cross erected by local Le- gionaires in honor of all the buddies who are bured overseas. On Me- morial Day, Morris citizens piled flow- ers aJound this simple cross m me- mory ,f the boys who "went west" over there, never to return. To have been one of a little band of 3,000 Americans who stormed up "'Dead Man's Hill" and returned alive from that hell of fire. and then lose his life when his auto crashed itto the Northern Pacific flyer, was the fate of Austin McGowan, a Legionaire of Brainerd, Mi,nnesota. Because, as a member of the 151st F. A., Rainbow Division, while lay- ing down a barrage on'the enemy, he ,vas shot thru the arm but contin- ued firing his gun until the enemy -as routed, George Reid, a Monte- video Legionnaire, was decorated with the Croix de Guerre and the Distin- guished Service ,Cross. But it was a year from the time he joined the :Montevideo post before his Legion comrades learned of his heroism. Legionaires of New-Ulm Minnesota sent Walter Wiedman to the Second District Legion Convention at Worth- ingtn with instructions to "bring hame the bacon." And bring it he did, for the Second district conven- tion next October will be held in New Uim, which is preparing to open its heart as well as its hotels to the in- coming delegates. In Waseca Minnesota the Women's Relie Corps purchased an American flag and an American Legion post banner for the local Legion post. Sim- ilar instances of friendly cooperation between young and the old veteran organization is reported from other parts o'f Min'nesota. The Legion is taking an honored place by the side of its eiders. "Get Behind A Legion Button" was the slogan of Winona Minnesota Le- gionaires in their recent three-day membership drive. Before the close of the first day of the drive one hun- dred ex-se-cice buddies had thrown i,n their lot with the Winona Legion- aires. A big time is being planned for the Legion State Convention in Wino- na Legmnaires. A big time is being planned for the Legion State Conven- tion in Winona August 1-3 next. The Legion in Minnesota receives more co-operation from the state's newspapers than any other Legion 1National Headquarters, In the Sec- ond Minnesota District 39 newspapers run an "American Legman Coruer." The Seventh has 36 such papers, the First has 20; the Third, Sixth, Eighth, and Ninth districts each has 17; and the Fourth, Fifth and Tenth districts each has six newspapers which give space to ex-service and Legion events in a special weekly column. This re- fers to state and local Legion pub- licity. In additio.n, about 75 other Minnesota newspapers publish a col- umn or two of Legion "ready-to-print" news, supplied by Legion National Headquarters thru the Western Newspaper Union. Minnesota Legionaires and Auxin mary members Will rally to Minneapo- lis June 11; to St. Cloud June 12; to St. Paul June 13; and to Duluth June 14, to do honor to their National Com- mander, F. W. Galbraith, who comes to the North Star State to get ac- quainted with Legionaires and Auxil- iary members of Minnesota Depart- ment, of which he is quite proud. In- cidentally, he will be one of the pri,n- cipal speakers at the ceremony in con- nection with. the dedication of the Victory Memorial Drive in Minneapo- lis June 11. Legionaires of Virginia, Minnesota, declare that at the Legion State C@n- vention in Winona next August, they -ill give such a welcome to the dele- gates there, to hold their convention in Virginia in 1922, that they won't have the heart to refuse this honor to the "Queen City" of the Great North- est. Officers of the Osakis, Minnesota, Legion post believe in telling the world how they spend every nickle paid into the post treasury. Once a month they publish a statement of receipts a, nd disbursements in the American Legion Corner which the Osakis Review do- nates for ex-service news and Ameri- can Legion activities. ""Bring along your shovels, rakes, hoes, a.d join the Legion boys in a eveling bee at the Legion Baseball park," says the Melrose Beacon. "The leveling will start at 6:30 p. m. Show your public spirit by helping the Le- gion boys get the diamond in first- class shape." In addition to the scores of indi- vidual Leion baseball teams in Min- nesota, more than half a dozen Le- gion baseball leagues of eight or more teams have sprung up, such as the Four Star Legion Baseball League in I southern Minnesota, and The Central Minnesota Legion Baseball League. As a rule, the Legion posts which have basketball teams in the winter are the posts which are most active in summer athletics also. An album of snapshots of local Le- gionaires with a short war history of each, will form a part of the library which the New Legion post is es- tablishing in its recently acquired and An album of snapshots of local Le- gionaires with a short war history of each, will form a part of the library which the New Prague Legion post i establishing in its recently acquired and cozy clubrooms. New Prague Le- gionaires are live wires. At the suggestion of Crookston Le- ugiOnaires, Crookston citizens, on Sat- rday May 2q. promptly at 11:00 a m. [tropped all thought of worldly ac- tivities and for two minutes stood with bowed heads in silent contompla- tion, in memory of those who died for their country. This was part of the Legion's Memorial Day plans, "We owe the Legion boys a great deal, and this is one of the times we may show our appreciation of their great services to us," reads an article in the Chaska Valley Herald, Minne- sota, urging all citizens, whether or not they like dancing, to buy tickets for the big May Dance Festival ..put on under the auspices of Chaska Le- Probate Court office in the courthouse at the Cityvf Ortonville, in said coun- ty of Big Storm. on Monday the 20th clay of June A. D. 1921 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. It is further ordered that'*said pe- tition for the discharge of said ad- ministrators, together with the sure- ties on their bond be heard at the Probate Court office in the city of Or- tonville, in said county of ig Stone, I on Monday the 20th (lay of June A. D. i 1921 at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of] aid day; at which time and placel .aid administrators of said estate will] be allowed to make proof that they have complied with stud final decree aI;d with all the orders of this Court in said matter, and all per- ::ons intere,ted will be heard for and against said discharge of said admin- istrators and the sureties on their bond. it is further ordered that notice hereof be given to all parties inter- ested by publishing this order, once in each week for th)ee successive weeks prior to said day above speci- fied for the examination of said final accopnL in the Ortonville Independent, a weekly newspaper, printed and pub- lished at the city of Ortonville in said County and State. Dated May 23, A. D. 1921. By the Court. (Seal) R. B. HUDSON, Judge of Probate First publication May 26 June 2 Citation for Hearing on Petition for Administration. Estate of Hugh C. Mathews STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, in Probate Court. In gionaires, the matter of the estate of Hugh C. Here's how the ten Minnesota con- 1 Mathews, Decedent. The state of Minnesota to Anna gressional districts are forging ahead] Mathews , Hazel E. Mttthews, and all in carrying out the slogan "No bache- persons interested in the granting of lor posts in Minnesota. In the Sec- administration of the estate of said ond, Fifth and Seventh districts 60 decedent: The petition of Anna Ma- per cent of the Legion posts have es- thews having been filed in this court, tablished Auxiliary units. In the First: Fourth, and Eighth districts 50 per cent of the Legion posts have the backing of Legion auxiliaries; and iu the Third, Sixth, Ninth and Tenth dis- tricts the percentage of auxiliary units to Legion posts is 30 per cent. Almost half the Legion posts in the state now have auxiliaries, and about four new units per. week are being formed. Minnesota still leads every other Legion department in the United States in this respect. representing that Hugh C. Mathews, then a resident of the county of Big Stone, State of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 6th day of March 1921, and praying that letters of admin- istration of his estate be granted to Anna Mathews and the Court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition: Therefore, you and each of you are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, before this court at the probate court rooms in the courthouse, in the city of Orton- ville, in the county of Big Stone, State of Minnesota, on the 20th day of June 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., why said (' petition should not be granted, I LEGAL NOTICES I witness, the Judge of said Court, " and the seal of said Court, this 24th Order for Hearing on Petition for Set- day of May 1921. tlement of Account and on Peti- (Seal) R.B. HUDSON tion for Discharge of Exe- I Probate Judge cutor or Administrator. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of William May, deceased. On receiving and filihg the petition of William May and Paul May repre- senting, among other things, that they are the administrators of the estate  of the above named decedent, and that they have fully administered said es- tate and filed their final account there- of; and praying that a time and place be fixed for hearing said petition, the examination and allowance of said a count, and the making and filing of the final decree of distribution of said estate; and that a further time and place be fixed for the hearing of said petition for the discharge of said administrators together with the sure- ties on their bond. It is ordered that said petition for the examination and allowance of said final account and the filing of the final decree in said matter be heard at the i | A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney for Petitioner. First publication May 26 June 2 Citation for Hearing on Petition for Administration. Estate of Jennie B. Cooper. STATE OF MINNESOTA,County of Big Stone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Jennie B. Cooper, Decedent. The state of Minnesota, to Herbert Cooper, Arthur Cooper, Maude Hall, Claude Cooper, Agnes Mettice, and all persons interested in the granting of administration of the estate of said decedent: The petition of Herbert Cooper having been filed in this Court, representing that Jennie B. Cooper, then a resident of the Couty of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 4th day of May 1921, and praying that letters of administration of her estate be granted to John Michell, and the Court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition: Therefore, you and each of The Mathematics of It, you, are hereby cited and required to She had seven million dollars show cause, if any you have, before  Placed in bonds and stocks and this Court at the Probate Court rooms in the courthouse, in the city of Orton- rents; ville, in the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 20th day of June, 1921 at 10 o'clock a. ,m., why said petition should riot be granted. Witness. the Judge of said Court. Kodak " '-" -rlnlsnlng and the seal of said Court, this 25th day of May 1921. Ask for particulars how to (Seal) R.B. HUDSON, Probate Judge. get free enlargements from A. B. KAERCHER, your favorite films. Attor.ey for Petitioner. First publication May 26 June 2 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- CLOSURE SALE. Default having been made hi the conditions of a certain mortgage con- raining a power of Sale, dated Febru- ary 21, 1918, and duly recorded in the office oftheRegisterofDeedsofBig Seasoned Tire Stone County, Minn., March 23, 191S at 9 o'clock a. . in Book 53 of Mort- gages on page 110, whereby M. Ferch and Julia Perch, his wife, C. J. Ferch Experience and Matilda Ferch, his wife, C. P. Ferch and Emma Ferch, his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to The State These Kokomos Bank of Correll. now Farmers & Mer- chants State Bank, mortgagee, the Southeast Quarter (S.E.) of the Southeast Quarter (S.E.1) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township One Hun- oooo ........................... ooo, dred Twenty-one (121), Range Forty- four (44), Big Stone County, Minne- sota, by which default the Power of Sale has become operative, and no ac- PTIRJ building experience tion or proceeding at law having been instituted to recover the debt secured J- that dates back to the thereby, or any part thereof, and there fllt pneumatic tire is indelibly is claimed to be due on said mortgage stamped on KOKOMO cord and at the date hereof the sum of Two Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty-eight fabric casings. and eighty-ine one hundredths ($2738.89) Dollars. In the tread design ALONE a type Now, Notice Is Hereby Given, That has been developed that makes them by virtue of said power, said mortgage remarkable. will be forclosed and said premises sold at public auction, by the Sheriff "The weight )f the car is carried on of said county, or his deputy, on Sat- a smooth, tough, center rib, onwhich urday, June 25, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. the car rolls easily, economically and m. at the front door of the Court es free from friction as a boy'shoop House in Ortonville, in said county, to ()n the sidewalk. pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees, and disbursements allowed by But when road grip is needed, the law. heavy rows of angled wedges exert Dated May 10, 1921. their pressure like giant fingersand Faers & Merchants then yield easily and noiselessly. State Bank of Correll, Mortgagee. Tires like these yield full return on A. B. Kaercher, Attorney tire investment. Ortonvflle, Minn. Pirst Pub. May 12 June9 J. Arthur Matthews & Company THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at--- $1.50 to $2.00---Without Bath $2.00 to $5.00---With Bath With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection I :h (HAND(El? 5iX 001930 Price Always Kept Low And The Reasons Why HE Chandler price has a.l.ways been kept low without sacrifice of quality. This haa been made possible by the most efficient management/, the most modern factory and the highest iinaflcial credit with sources of supply, together with the fact that we have always built one chassis, develo oped and refined as the years have passed, but never abandoned, because constantly morepopular. Some lines have manufactured simultaneously as many as three or four distinct models--not stylel of bodies, but chasses. They have come and gone. You can probably lmas, e what such a policy means in manufacturing (lost, m selling prices and in the resale value of such cars. Chandler resale value is relativei higher than that of any car, after a like period of service. The Chandler Offers You Unmatched Value twn.PaJger Touring Car, $1930 Fur-Pmenger Dispatch Cr, $2010 Two.Poengr Roadster, $1930 Four.Paenger Roadster, $1930 8emn.Paumgr Sedan, $3030 Four:Passenger Coupe, $2930 Llmomi, $3530 o. b. Cmgand. Ohio) Cord Tires Standard Equipment E. W. VANCURA, Ortouville, Minn. THE CHANDLER MOTOR CAR CO CLLAND, OHIO He had 'teven million dollars, So they merged their Now they've raised a son whose Is exactly thirty cents. VIKR Photographer TiR[S00-00TU00ES The True Secret of Success Is thrift in all its phases, and principally thrift as applied to sav- ing. A young man may have many friends, but he will find none so steadfast, so constant, so ready to respond to his wants, so capable of pushing him ahead; as a little leath- er-covered book with the name of a bank on its cover. We Pay 5 Per Cent Interest GITIZIEN National Bank ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA H. F. Thompson, Pres. Clarence Wiley, O. E. Hahn, Ass't Cash. W. Kelly, Cashier PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JUNE : sou hem M nneao a and The Central i pi'obate Court omee in the courthoo  petition: Thefo. you and each Of The Mathematics of It. He had 'leven million dolIars, - M, uesotR Le on Ba eba League at the City f O. one e, n said eo- you, ate hereby cited and lquired t She [lad sexen mi ion iol]als So th y merged their J-bmtt.lc,-n I1 ,n , ,, ......... h  .... , 0 ........ ,e 20 ............ i ...... h,. bef ......... d in hondo an d stocks Nowthy..erase d .... 112 ...... .ii a,l[: ................ qV " 'to  ................ 'el  Ilth ........  ....  ....... r ............. th'y ...... have basketball teams m le w r  one . PC m ts m a Io t ; ]  i.,o]n9.1- i n umm a e i s so. [ o fo' he sc argo o sol - o in a on e , ay o   i, i -- miaistrators together wSth the sure- June. 192t at 10 o'clock a. ,m., wh [ A alhum of snapshots of local LO ties on their head be heard at tile said petition should not be granted .... .............. 'eigona, ........... ,io,'o o ..... o  cl  , t" KodakFmlshmg D th Arg P to , rd h s o V p b C flee a he ty f O Witness the Judge of said COn" met de th at  bands of the (er- each w I form a part of the libra y one e, in said cou.ty of B)g Stone and the seal of said Court, tills 25 nans, fighting for hi s couvtr}. Last thie the New lgion post is es on Monday the 20th day of June A. D day of la) 1921. R. B, HUDSON, Ask for particulars how to o.ek the American Legon of .a- tablishi.g i .................... ed ..... ?t at tt .c'o,lI he f%ooo,, Sell rroba e O ge get free enlargements from hth laesot seat ae eeort to St, -- lald da  a w, .m. a t p [ "" ' ................. , aeeonl. ............. '  ................ h" f 'ea' e" ai Cnm"T?';:'24',,f 2 :: 'Il A'# L"i";'it'one". yo,' avoat films. to lvaleth  hx, ele it was (t too /'e[ gienat es witl ehrto war hit s *)Y of havee a comphe d  th seal finn ecee [ F s pabhcat ion 1"a)'26 June 2 with a smpe and apprpnateml- emil wl]fomna partefthehhrary d h a e o es of thi .... try ee.emony. %hieh the New prague Leno post i o,-t it, sad matter, anti all pe,-. XOTI(E OF MORTGAGE FOR- At tl e troche I 1 me e a  hg  its rentl " e.nred[ ons interested wil he heard for and I CLOSURE SALE, _ ,e 1, se i e " and coz cubloOm, New Prague Le- ga ns ad ,/scha, g of sa drain- e ,,, ail, , a nmde  e tery at Mar, is Mmnesota, stan( a " I e e I t ators l e u,etes on theh ! D f /t ],f e g t/n e e ' i aa  are , wlr s.  ' " " coadm, ns o w g con large wh, te cress elected b loea Le -- i,ond . a c..u tour a F b ........ es in l; ............ fbudo" I ............................ It s mt. her ded that "e .rv 21 . 91P8 .rl i]el;.coL*; i, he T;.. ..,s a,o,,dth:s sl,n m .,in =.  ................................ '.:oempri:: .......... ,e  ....... 'ok;i'. in  .............. ,.asone,. --..e ory t the oys xno xex we 'tivities m1(l for to minutes stood;fl o he exannatioa of sa fiua'gge onpage O, whe cbl M Felh over th, re, n,r to retmn, w boec heads in sileet contmpla eco,un he Olonviite lndcpet,de,[ an Ju a Fetch h s x fe C d Fe h T ..........  ....................... - ..................... ,a,,i, ;,v.ape,a#otg,rd P:i .............................. Experience Marks of.00 Ame .... he tore % thei' co"tr. Tb' .... o,,r', he  el aa,e  Lo i ......... Pech a. mma Fe,h, h,s .'fe "'Den M 's 1t " an e urne alielLemn's Memm',al Day plans. [ ateYd May  'A D 1921 By e lmrtams' mortgaged to The State ............................... [ ,, = ............ ' " I ................................... These Kokomos h ....... h ...... .......... e ..... e t h7 Iome'o" 'tiarnr:!e (Sea) R B, HUDSON. chant State Bank ...... g ..... he ................. fie fly .......... d el* an ..... att e ..... r' ....... ........ [ ......... Q ..... (S.E,) ..... /ate of Atn McGowau a Leg one re glatmay snOr,qeesOUrtoappus, reads' lOnanO ar tele' Fr puh ca on May26 Jue 21 Sou hot Qua 'ter SE. ofS on of Braiuerd, Minnesota ...... Herald Minne I Twos, .- ne (1), To--ship One Itun- -- [ m taeuChs'a 'a:t;Ye. h' he ............................................. I "he (121) ........... ,. Because  a merber of the 151st so . gtg a i ,z s, w e  r Adminlstratiom four (44), Big Stone County Minne , g uow a arrage o n y, , o ig y , n s I i i STATE OF MINNESOTA County of Sale has bome operative, aml no ac-  she mru be arm but con "n-I o? u!der h aup- of Chas a .... L Big Stone, u Pate Court I [ on or p,edmg t law hang b ed fing s aa uvti the enemyl glonais. I the matter ef the estate of Hugh C.nstituted to over the debt red  r uted Gouge R'd M t -- M the Deed t I he el" attherf andth .............. ........ [ ..... ' ............... e ...... n:[ .................. Annul is elained to YeP ............. the Cro x de Gaerre and the Distin- gressional districts a forgmg aueaa Mathew$ Hazel E. M'athews. an ll at the date he.of the um o Tw - c o B was n y ng out the s ogan "No bathe, persons lntested in the rantlng of . , gushed Ser . r s, u t .... h te of d Tho nd S -en H drd Th y e ghl f th t me he . ed the or po s m Minnesota In the - admmletratlon of t e tt SOl a . ex un ii 1 .. }'ear rum e i= .J olD_ j and Fifth and Seventh districts 60ldeeedent: The petition of Anna la-I and eighty-ine one hundtth onxloeo oat lore his glon , thews having bn filed in this court ($273889) DO ar om le learned o his helium per cent of the Leglo po s have el ....... -  ,I . F.t., replesentmg that ugn . latnews, N - No e lterel h,en Thai -- tabliahed Aumhary nets. In the r , o [ o, , Y  , nt Walter Wied ...................... L ......... have thelt:&e'o : h::ne? a'a 02, "ill , ........ d and id ..... D tre Legion Convention at Wo, th- back ng of Legon auxlia,aes; sad i and pro ,h,g that lYetters of adm a- sold 9t puhhe aucufn, by the Shafl dd, for the SeeOna distroe convert- mts to Legon ost s 0 per ce,, xed the tme ad ple fo, hearing m t the f,o.t door of the Cou ri ingtmn with instructions to bfiag he Third, Sixth Ninth and Tenth dis- st on o h s estate be granted to of satd county, or his deputy, lr at hme he bon ,, And hling he tti ts he posen age of aux I ax, A aa lda ew and the Con t having uldav June 25, 1921, at 10 o's oc a tiennext October will be held ta New Amp haf the Legion posts n he end pelion: qhelfmm ,one deacblHouinOr one e, nsadeounty, to! t t ow have 1 "es and about ofveuarehebye e andluired to pay a lebt, interest, attoley's: Uh, which is preparing to open its s  e u . auxl im., ; I shw eau. if any yon hve, before fees and disbmsements allowed b het as ell a ts hotels to the in- four ne- units per wek ad  eeng, tins eout at the poba e court puma, a v coufieg delegates forme,L ,Mmeota st/ ea s e, ) 'h, theeourt one n hoe yofOro.- D s Ma 10 1021 -- nthe r Legion depaltment m tile Umted ! ville ill the county of Big S one State a i  , . , In Wascea Minnesota tile Women' .S a es h epec [ of Iium so a,e t. on the 20th lal of June Fael'$ & ,lerchants Belief Corps pumhased an Amerieml @ -- @ 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., h sd State Bank of Corel/, flag aed au American Igon pos r petition should not be granted Mortgagee. banner for the lol Legion posu Sl,n- ] LEGAL iN OTICES v nes, e Judge of said ( A.B. Kaereher, Attorney liar instances of friendly opetiom @ @ aed the sea/ of said Corot, this Ortonville, Minn. etween yaung aud the old veterar organizaUon is reported from othel parts  Minet The Legion  taking an honored place hy the side o its elders. "Get Beund A Legion Button" wa the siogan of Wiaona Minnesot Le giunaires i their reeent thre.e-da nmbelship dve. Before the el of the 5rst day of the drive one hun- dred ex-rdce buddies had thrown i teir lot VAth the Winoa Legion- a A big time a being pla for the Legio. State Conveuto n Wino- aa Legianai. A big tme is bel.g plned for the Legion State Conven- ti in Wmona At l-a exU 1 The lgion in Miesota relve more co-operatioa fom the state's .ewspapers than any other Legion Nationat Headquarters. In the Se- nd Minna Ditr 8a ewspara rua  "American Legioa Color." rhe Seath has $6 such papel, the First has 20; the Third, Sixth, Eighth, a.d Ninth dstcts eh has 17; and the Fourth, Fifth and Tenth dlstdcts each h six wspapers hch give pa*e te exerviee and Legion eveats in a .pecLal weekly column, This re- fers to state and local Legien pub- lieity In ditia, ahout 75 other inne*ota aewspapers publish a ol- ma ar two of Legion "reMy-to-pl.nt" new, supp]d by Legion National Headquarters thin *he Western Nevspalmr Union, Minne,ota Legionai and Auxil- iar members dll raIly to Minneapo- li .rUne 11; to St. Cloud June 12; to St. Pa Je 18; and to Dlath Je 14, to do honor to their Natiol C0m- mander, F. W. Galbrith, who omeB to the Noah S*ar Sata to get - quatnted with Leonalras d Axit- iary mbers of Miunta Depart- nt, of whi*h he is quite pud. In- cidentally, he wilt be one of the pra- cipat speakers at the ceremoay In con. nton witli the dadleaI of the Victory Mmoial Drive in Mianeap ls Jme 11. Lgiais of Virginia. Minnesota, dlare that at the Lemon State C- ventien in Winona next August, they ytil g ch a leome to the dele- gates *:he, to hold their eonventlan in Virgnla in 1922, that they won't have the heart to retae this honor to the "Qen City" of the Great North- t. Omeer ef eae Ois, Minaesota, L#on pest blte in {lliag the world how they spend every nickle paid in the pnst treasy. Once a menth they publish a statement of rei ad dL*bents iu the Amelln Le#o Coer which the Osaks Paew do- tes fer -rvce news and Ameri- ean Legion aeUvitles. "Bring along our sbovei, rake: the, a' join the Legion boys in eve[Ing bee at the lgten Basebal park," eays the Melrose Beacon. "Th leveli,g will stt at 6:0 p m, Sho, our public spirit by helping the I- glon boys get the diamond ia first- ]a shape." In addition to the sos of indi- vidual Laion baseball teams n Min- neseta; ma than half a do Le- g babal leagaes of eight er more teams have sprung up, uch  the Order for Hearing an Petillon for Set. day of May 1921. May 12 Ilement of A.nt and oa Pel- j (Seal) R, B. HUDSON " tio,i for Ischarge nf Exe- i Pl"ohate Judge cuter or Administrator. [ A. B. ICERCHER, STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Attorney for Pcttloner. ....................................................... THE WEST he ma er of he es ate of W am .,, doase, i .... %,u,.,.a... HOTEL o receiving d fi]ihg the pe on l , ef mWni' " , eM;Yot h dr t:dila1 ey i STAT t I INTiEeS oBT ,C oP era ....  ................. a the adminlstrators of the eto Big Stone In Probate Court. In he above named tedent, and that the matter of the estate of Jemfie hey have fully administered said es- B. Cooper, DecedeuL Following the a and filed their final aot ther i The state ef Minnesota, to Herbert tnd in prlees s now offer- f; nd praying that a tme nd llace Cooper, Arthur Cooper Monde Hail, t o at-- be fixed for hearing sMd petition the Claude Cooper, Atones Mettee, nd $1.50 to $2.0Wlthout Bath emination an d allowe e of maid ac all persons intested n the gmntu! $2.O0 to $5.0-With Bath the flnaI d ef *butloa of decedent: .The petition, of .Herbert count, and the makiig and filing of of administration ef the tate of sal said estate; and that a further time Cooper haVlUg been fied m this Court, a #ace be fixed for the hearing of ,'epsting that Jen,da . Cooer, W'ith said petition for the discharge of said then a sident of the Coun%y of ig oderate ]Priee dminhtto together'th he sure Stone ate of Mi.nta, dil in- [es on their bond. i ate on the 4th day of May 1921, and --Care.--- It is ordered that said petition for i praying that lette of administration In Cntion the examiuat[on and allowance of a d of her estate be granted to John fial aeunt and the fi ng of he final M the ud. the Court havig fixed dece in said tter be heard at the[ the time an#{ ple for hearing $id (HANDtER SIX araOUl For Its Marvelous Motor" 'i930 Price Always Kept Low And The Reasons Why THE Chandler price has always been kept low J-without sacrifice of quality. This be been : made partible by the most efficient management,', the most modern tottery and the highest tinaicial credit with SOurces of upply, together with fact that we have always built one chassis, devel- L oped and refined aS the years have pessed, but : never abandoned, because constmOy more popular. Some lines have manuf simultaneouely u many as three or four dtstinct models--not etylel ol bodies, but chasse. They have come and gone. You can probably imagine what such a policy means In manufacturing dost, in senlag prices and |n the resale value of such cars. Ghandtsr resale value is relativet higher than that of any car, after a like period of service. : The Chandler Offerg You Unmatched Value Cord Tire Standard Equipment E. W. VANCURA, Ortonville, Minn. THg MNM MOTOR CAR CO. CLIgkND, pep IRE building experience Tthat dates back to the first pneumatic tire is indelibly st aml:md on KOKOMO cord 8rid fabric casings. In the trod design ALONE a type rerkab]e. "The welght of the r ia carried on smooth, tnugh,center rib, on which the ear rolls sily, omlca]ly and free tram friction a a boy'a hcp n the sidewalk. IBut when road grip is needed, the heavy rowa of mag]ed wedges exert their prsurellke git fingers--d th yield sfly and nolselsly. Tires like the yidd fu rtum on nvestran J. Arthur Matthews & Company TilUISoTUES The True Secret of Success Is thrift in all its phases, and - principally thrift as applied to sav- ing. A young man may have many friends, hut he will find none so steadfast, so constant, so ready to respond to his wants, so capable of pushing him ahead, as a little leath er-covered book with the name of a bank on its cover. . We pay 5 Per Cent Interest CITIZE National Bank ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA " H. F. Thempoo Pre O. E. Hahn, Au't Cad , W. gelly. Cashier PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 00ebican 1 Leqion corner Deep in the Argonne, Peter Verdi met (loath at  hands of the Ger- mans, fighting for his cour, try. Last week the American Legion of Eve- leth, MinnesoLa, sent an escort to St. Paul to meet and accompany the body to Evoleth where it was laid to rest with a simp][e and appropriate mili- tary ceremony. At the entrance to the little ceme- tery aL Morris, Minnesota, stands a large white cross erected by local Le- gionaires in honor of all the buddies who are bured overseas. On Me- morial Day, Morris citizens piled flow- ers aJound this simple cross m me- mory ,f the boys who "went west" over there, never to return. To have been one of a little band of 3,000 Americans who stormed up "'Dead Man's Hill" and returned alive from that hell of fire. and then lose his life when his auto crashed itto the Northern Pacific flyer, was the fate of Austin McGowan, a Legionaire of Brainerd, Mi,nnesota. Because, as a member of the 151st F. A., Rainbow Division, while lay- ing down a barrage on'the enemy, he ,vas shot thru the arm but contin- ued firing his gun until the enemy -as routed, George Reid, a Monte- video Legionnaire, was decorated with the Croix de Guerre and the Distin- guished Service ,Cross. But it was a year from the time he joined the :Montevideo post before his Legion comrades learned of his heroism. Legionaires of New-Ulm Minnesota sent Walter Wiedman to the Second District Legion Convention at Worth- ingtn with instructions to "bring hame the bacon." And bring it he did, for the Second district conven- tion next October will be held in New Uim, which is preparing to open its heart as well as its hotels to the in- coming delegates. In Waseca Minnesota the Women's Relie Corps purchased an American flag and an American Legion post banner for the local Legion post. Sim- ilar instances of friendly cooperation between young and the old veteran organization is reported from other parts o'f Min'nesota. The Legion is taking an honored place by the side of its eiders. "Get Behind A Legion Button" was the slogan of Winona Minnesota Le- gionaires in their recent three-day membership drive. Before the close of the first day of the drive one hun- dred ex-se-cice buddies had thrown i,n their lot with the Winona Legion- aires. A big time is being planned for the Legion State Convention in Wino- na Legmnaires. A big time is being planned for the Legion State Conven- tion in Winona August 1-3 next. The Legion in Minnesota receives more co-operation from the state's newspapers than any other Legion 1National Headquarters, In the Sec- ond Minnesota District 39 newspapers run an "American Legman Coruer." The Seventh has 36 such papers, the First has 20; the Third, Sixth, Eighth, and Ninth districts each has 17; and the Fourth, Fifth and Tenth districts each has six newspapers which give space to ex-service and Legion events in a special weekly column. This re- fers to state and local Legion pub- licity. In additio.n, about 75 other Minnesota newspapers publish a col- umn or two of Legion "ready-to-print" news, supplied by Legion National Headquarters thru the Western Newspaper Union. Minnesota Legionaires and Auxin mary members Will rally to Minneapo- lis June 11; to St. Cloud June 12; to St. Paul June 13; and to Duluth June 14, to do honor to their National Com- mander, F. W. Galbraith, who comes to the North Star State to get ac- quainted with Legionaires and Auxil- iary members of Minnesota Depart- ment, of which he is quite proud. In- cidentally, he will be one of the pri,n- cipal speakers at the ceremony in con- nection with. the dedication of the Victory Memorial Drive in Minneapo- lis June 11. Legionaires of Virginia, Minnesota, declare that at the Legion State C@n- vention in Winona next August, they -ill give such a welcome to the dele- gates there, to hold their convention in Virginia in 1922, that they won't have the heart to refuse this honor to the "Queen City" of the Great North- est. Officers of the Osakis, Minnesota, Legion post believe in telling the world how they spend every nickle paid into the post treasury. Once a month they publish a statement of receipts a, nd disbursements in the American Legion Corner which the Osakis Review do- nates for ex-service news and Ameri- can Legion activities. ""Bring along your shovels, rakes, hoes, a.d join the Legion boys in a eveling bee at the Legion Baseball park," says the Melrose Beacon. "The leveling will start at 6:30 p. m. Show your public spirit by helping the Le- gion boys get the diamond in first- class shape." In addition to the scores of indi- vidual Leion baseball teams in Min- nesota, more than half a dozen Le- gion baseball leagues of eight or more teams have sprung up, such as the Four Star Legion Baseball League in I southern Minnesota, and The Central Minnesota Legion Baseball League. As a rule, the Legion posts which have basketball teams in the winter are the posts which are most active in summer athletics also. An album of snapshots of local Le- gionaires with a short war history of each, will form a part of the library which the New Legion post is es- tablishing in its recently acquired and An album of snapshots of local Le- gionaires with a short war history of each, will form a part of the library which the New Prague Legion post i establishing in its recently acquired and cozy clubrooms. New Prague Le- gionaires are live wires. At the suggestion of Crookston Le- ugiOnaires, Crookston citizens, on Sat- rday May 2q. promptly at 11:00 a m. [tropped all thought of worldly ac- tivities and for two minutes stood with bowed heads in silent contompla- tion, in memory of those who died for their country. This was part of the Legion's Memorial Day plans, "We owe the Legion boys a great deal, and this is one of the times we may show our appreciation of their great services to us," reads an article in the Chaska Valley Herald, Minne- sota, urging all citizens, whether or not they like dancing, to buy tickets for the big May Dance Festival ..put on under the auspices of Chaska Le- Probate Court office in the courthouse at the Cityvf Ortonville, in said coun- ty of Big Storm. on Monday the 20th clay of June A. D. 1921 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day. It is further ordered that'*said pe- tition for the discharge of said ad- ministrators, together with the sure- ties on their bond be heard at the Probate Court office in the city of Or- tonville, in said county of ig Stone, I on Monday the 20th (lay of June A. D. i 1921 at 11 o'clock in the forenoon of] aid day; at which time and placel .aid administrators of said estate will] be allowed to make proof that they have complied with stud final decree aI;d with all the orders of this Court in said matter, and all per- ::ons intere,ted will be heard for and against said discharge of said admin- istrators and the sureties on their bond. it is further ordered that notice hereof be given to all parties inter- ested by publishing this order, once in each week for th)ee successive weeks prior to said day above speci- fied for the examination of said final accopnL in the Ortonville Independent, a weekly newspaper, printed and pub- lished at the city of Ortonville in said County and State. Dated May 23, A. D. 1921. By the Court. (Seal) R. B. HUDSON, Judge of Probate First publication May 26 June 2 Citation for Hearing on Petition for Administration. Estate of Hugh C. Mathews STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, in Probate Court. In gionaires, the matter of the estate of Hugh C. Here's how the ten Minnesota con- 1 Mathews, Decedent. The state of Minnesota to Anna gressional districts are forging ahead] Mathews , Hazel E. Mttthews, and all in carrying out the slogan "No bache- persons interested in the granting of lor posts in Minnesota. In the Sec- administration of the estate of said ond, Fifth and Seventh districts 60 decedent: The petition of Anna Ma- per cent of the Legion posts have es- thews having been filed in this court, tablished Auxiliary units. In the First: Fourth, and Eighth districts 50 per cent of the Legion posts have the backing of Legion auxiliaries; and iu the Third, Sixth, Ninth and Tenth dis- tricts the percentage of auxiliary units to Legion posts is 30 per cent. Almost half the Legion posts in the state now have auxiliaries, and about four new units per. week are being formed. Minnesota still leads every other Legion department in the United States in this respect. representing that Hugh C. Mathews, then a resident of the county of Big Stone, State of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 6th day of March 1921, and praying that letters of admin- istration of his estate be granted to Anna Mathews and the Court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition: Therefore, you and each of you are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any you have, before this court at the probate court rooms in the courthouse, in the city of Orton- ville, in the county of Big Stone, State of Minnesota, on the 20th day of June 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., why said (' petition should not be granted, I LEGAL NOTICES I witness, the Judge of said Court, " and the seal of said Court, this 24th Order for Hearing on Petition for Set- day of May 1921. tlement of Account and on Peti- (Seal) R.B. HUDSON tion for Discharge of Exe- I Probate Judge cutor or Administrator. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of William May, deceased. On receiving and filihg the petition of William May and Paul May repre- senting, among other things, that they are the administrators of the estate  of the above named decedent, and that they have fully administered said es- tate and filed their final account there- of; and praying that a time and place be fixed for hearing said petition, the examination and allowance of said a count, and the making and filing of the final decree of distribution of said estate; and that a further time and place be fixed for the hearing of said petition for the discharge of said administrators together with the sure- ties on their bond. It is ordered that said petition for the examination and allowance of said final account and the filing of the final decree in said matter be heard at the i | A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney for Petitioner. First publication May 26 June 2 Citation for Hearing on Petition for Administration. Estate of Jennie B. Cooper. STATE OF MINNESOTA,County of Big Stone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Jennie B. Cooper, Decedent. The state of Minnesota, to Herbert Cooper, Arthur Cooper, Maude Hall, Claude Cooper, Agnes Mettice, and all persons interested in the granting of administration of the estate of said decedent: The petition of Herbert Cooper having been filed in this Court, representing that Jennie B. Cooper, then a resident of the Couty of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 4th day of May 1921, and praying that letters of administration of her estate be granted to John Michell, and the Court, having fixed the time and place for hearing said petition: Therefore, you and each of The Mathematics of It, you, are hereby cited and required to She had seven million dollars show cause, if any you have, before  Placed in bonds and stocks and this Court at the Probate Court rooms in the courthouse, in the city of Orton- rents; ville, in the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 20th day of June, 1921 at 10 o'clock a. ,m., why said petition should riot be granted. Witness. the Judge of said Court. Kodak " '-" -rlnlsnlng and the seal of said Court, this 25th day of May 1921. Ask for particulars how to (Seal) R.B. HUDSON, Probate Judge. get free enlargements from A. B. KAERCHER, your favorite films. Attor.ey for Petitioner. First publication May 26 June 2 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- CLOSURE SALE. Default having been made hi the conditions of a certain mortgage con- raining a power of Sale, dated Febru- ary 21, 1918, and duly recorded in the office oftheRegisterofDeedsofBig Seasoned Tire Stone County, Minn., March 23, 191S at 9 o'clock a. . in Book 53 of Mort- gages on page 110, whereby M. Ferch and Julia Perch, his wife, C. J. Ferch Experience and Matilda Ferch, his wife, C. P. Ferch and Emma Ferch, his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to The State These Kokomos Bank of Correll. now Farmers & Mer- chants State Bank, mortgagee, the Southeast Quarter (S.E.) of the Southeast Quarter (S.E.1) of Section Twenty-one (21), Township One Hun- oooo ........................... ooo, dred Twenty-one (121), Range Forty- four (44), Big Stone County, Minne- sota, by which default the Power of Sale has become operative, and no ac- PTIRJ building experience tion or proceeding at law having been instituted to recover the debt secured J- that dates back to the thereby, or any part thereof, and there fllt pneumatic tire is indelibly is claimed to be due on said mortgage stamped on KOKOMO cord and at the date hereof the sum of Two Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty-eight fabric casings. and eighty-ine one hundredths ($2738.89) Dollars. In the tread design ALONE a type Now, Notice Is Hereby Given, That has been developed that makes them by virtue of said power, said mortgage remarkable. will be forclosed and said premises sold at public auction, by the Sheriff "The weight )f the car is carried on of said county, or his deputy, on Sat- a smooth, tough, center rib, onwhich urday, June 25, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. the car rolls easily, economically and m. at the front door of the Court es free from friction as a boy'shoop House in Ortonville, in said county, to ()n the sidewalk. pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees, and disbursements allowed by But when road grip is needed, the law. heavy rows of angled wedges exert Dated May 10, 1921. their pressure like giant fingersand Faers & Merchants then yield easily and noiselessly. State Bank of Correll, Mortgagee. Tires like these yield full return on A. B. Kaercher, Attorney tire investment. Ortonvflle, Minn. Pirst Pub. May 12 June9 J. 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Chandler resale value is relativei higher than that of any car, after a like period of service. The Chandler Offers You Unmatched Value twn.PaJger Touring Car, $1930 Fur-Pmenger Dispatch Cr, $2010 Two.Poengr Roadster, $1930 Four.Paenger Roadster, $1930 8emn.Paumgr Sedan, $3030 Four:Passenger Coupe, $2930 Llmomi, $3530 o. b. Cmgand. Ohio) Cord Tires Standard Equipment E. W. VANCURA, Ortouville, Minn. THE CHANDLER MOTOR CAR CO CLLAND, OHIO He had 'teven million dollars, So they merged their Now they've raised a son whose Is exactly thirty cents. VIKR Photographer TiR[S00-00TU00ES The True Secret of Success Is thrift in all its phases, and principally thrift as applied to sav- ing. A young man may have many friends, but he will find none so steadfast, so constant, so ready to respond to his wants, so capable of pushing him ahead; as a little leath- er-covered book with the name of a bank on its cover. We Pay 5 Per Cent Interest GITIZIEN National Bank ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA H. F. 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