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PAGE 10 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JUNE 8. 19 m , a t 1 i ,, Jr @ WANT ADS RATES--Ten cents per line per in- sertion. Minimum charge 25 ceuts. Payment for want-ads in advance will be appreciated; the book.keep. er will thus be relieved of the work of keeping many small accounts. LOST--on street of Ortonville. Black leather bill book, containing $17 in paper money; also cards and bills bearing owner's name Finder please return to Independent office for lib- era_] shar_e of contents 5-11 FOR SALE--Having purchased a new I P & O two-row cultivator, I have I for sale one good Moline Single row cultivator, which I 51t sell  cheap if taken at once.--John Drew- ien, Clinton, Minn. 5-1 HAYLAND FOR RENTWe have some hayland located 2 miles east of Ortonville for rent. Inquire of A. B. Kaercher & Co. *5-tf WANTED--Two or three good dairy cows, preferably full blooded or l good grade Holsteins, now giving I milk or to freshen soon. Phone[ 4-F-30 or write E. W. Hegge 5-1/ WANTEDGirl for work in hotel. Will pay $35.00 per month. Write A. J. Douglas, Clinton, Minn. 5-1 LOST--On Sunday afternoon, some- where between Ortonville and Han- son's Point, a bead purse with oxi- dized silver top, containing three silver dollars and some small change; also a key ring with taree keys. Reward for return to this office. ROOM AND BOARDHave two fur- dshed rooms with best table board for rent also cottage at lake shore. lahone 329, or call Mrs. E. Coch- ran. 5-1 TRADE--Will trade farm, new build- ings, 9 miles north, for residence property in Ortonville--some cash, balance 4% per cent. Address com- munications to "Trade," care of In- dependent. *4-tf FOR RENTTwo furnished sleeping rooms. Phone 284-L. 4-3-C AKRON NEWS 1 Ed. Hein is helping the Sitter fam- ily this week. Steven Pullis called on Harry Pullis Sunday afternoon. Bill Knolls called on Anton Klages one day this week. Hein Bros., and Miss Mamie were out fishing Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henkeiman were Odessa callers Sunday. gnry Schmidt and son Ed., are busy hauling grain to Odessa. -Martin Pearson of Akron motored to Odessa on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Schmeiehel went to Ortonville Tuesday on business. Herbert and Elsie Klages were Sun- day callers at the Gust Stock home. Harry, Epil and George Holgerson iealled on m, Guse one day this week. Bill Thymian called on Gust Hen-. ]kelman and family one day last week. Henry Schmeichel, Jr., and family visited over Sunday with Henry Bake- berg. Gust Henkelman was shelling corn for the Klages Brothers Monday of this week. Mrs. Richard Schmeichel and chil- dren called on Mrs. Albert Semrau of Correll Thursday last. Pomerenke Brothers and Stock Brothers were Sunday afternoon call- ers at the G. Stock home. Quite a number of people of this section enjoyed fishing at the dam at ]Big Stone Lake Sunday. The Richard Schmeichel family call- ed on the Max Schmeichel family near Odessa Sunday afternoon. The N. P. L. Woman's Club will meet at the Henry Schmeichel hame June 30. Everybody come. Adolph Henkelman brought his car home Friday from the Semrau garage where it had been for repairing. The dance given by Martin Pearson in their club house was very well at- tended and an enjoyable time was re- porte by all. Mrs. Richard Schmeichel and chil- dren accompanied by her mother, Mrs. A. Klages andsister, Elsie, were Odessa shoppers Monday. Mrs. Charles Lands of Artichoke and son, Edwin, and her sister Elsie, were callers at the Johnson Sehudy home Thursday to see Mrs. Schudy's ster, who is seriously ill witheancer. ? WEDDINGS The following article is taken from the Taylor Falls Journal of May 8. "On Sunday morning occurred the marriage of Lee R. Farley to Miss Grace S. Taurman of Big Stone City, S.D. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. M. E. Hedding at his home in Taylors Falls. After the wedding the bride, groom and brides- maid, Miss Burniee Taurman,  sister of the bride, and Mr. Glen Farley, best man, brother of the groom, went to the home of the groom' where Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Farley had prepared a bountiful dinner. Guests from out of town were Mrs. Daning and son, Mr. tnd Mrs. Will McGaughey ,ud family, all from Minneapolis, Mrs. Muratt and son and daughter, of Wheeler, Wis. Mrs. Farley is one of the Ortonville High School graduates and was later 'aduated from the state normal of Hoorhead." Mrs. Chester D. Harding, who be- fore her marriage was engaged in professional dancing with some of the large shows out of New York City, and who was an understUdy of Mrs. Ver- non Castle's in "Watch your Sp." Mrs. Harding arrived in Ortonville Wednesday Where she joined her hus- band, who is manager of the Eah- totka Dancing Pavilion. She will de- vote her time to teaching proper bail room and fancy dancing. Mrs. Hard- ing has had considerable experience in promoting home-alent productions, and'it is understood that she will give some of her time to work of this kind next fall and winter. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT. [ Inserted and paid for by the can-I didates advertised at the regular legal 1 rates for advertising, l For County Sudent of Schools i I wish to announce that I have filed I for the nomination for Superintendent ! of schools of Big Stone County, and ll respectfully solicit your support at the Primaries on June 19. ! If nominated and elected, I will de-i vote all my time to the interest of the school [ Respectively, --J. IDA BUCK, J. M. HEGGE Candidate for Sheriff of , Big Stone County, Mr. Hegge, who was born in Ver- non County, Wisconsin, on May 14, 173, has been a resident of Big Stone County for 36 years. He is engaged in the farming industry, which he a followed in this county for the past 26 years. Mr. Hegge has served for the past 15 years as one of the directors of the Odessa Agassiz Mutual Fire In- surance Company and for the past 22 years as chairman of the town beard of Big Stone Township. He is president of the Lakeside Farmers' Club, which position he has held since its origin sewral years ago. Your support at the Primaries on June 19th will be greatly appreciated by him. , 1 J , J| , Superintendent of Schools I wish to announce that I lve filed as a candidate for re-election to the office of Superintendent of Schools of Big Stone County. Your support at the Primaries on June 19th will be greatly appreciated. --Mrtha Rothwell. For County Superintemdat of Schools I wish to announce that I have filed for the oce of Superintendent of Schools for Big Stone County. --M. A. TONER, @ @ 1 OBITUARY @ Mrs. John R. Johnson. On June 1st oecured the death of Mrs. John R. Johnson of Artichoke township, Big Stone County, Minne- sot.a. Mrs. Johnson began to fail follow. ing an attack of the 'tu" about three years ago. She frequently suffered from attacks affting the heart, her strength rallying during the interval between each, until the last one came which occurred between three and four o'clock on the morning of June Ist. She was surrounded by mem- bers of the family. She was born the second day of May, 1856, i FAds Parish, Nordfjord, Norway, at which place she also was oaptised and confirmed. She was united in wedlock to Mr. John R. Johnson on the 24th day of April in the year 1875. Together they emigrated to the United States and entered this coun- ty in June of the same year. Their first place of abode after com- ing here was the city of Minneapolis where they resided four years. In 1879 they moved to Benson, Minnesota, and after sojourning there about four months came on to Arti- choke Twp., Big Stone County, Minn., where they settled upon a farm mak- ing it their permanent home from 1880 up to the present time. As father and mother they were entrusted with the care of sixteeK children of which number six have passed vn before. She is survived by her husband, John R. Johnson and the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Emma Erickson, Big Stone Co. Minn; Mar- tin Johnson, Bottineau, Sask., Can.; Alfred C. Johnson, Swift Current, Sasl, Can., Bendik K. Johnson, Big Stone county, Minn.; Mandal J. John- son, Swift Current, Sask., Can.; Mrs. Christine Dack, Swift Current, Sask., Can.; Miss Hannah Johnson, Peter C. Johnson and Joseph S. Johnson. 1 three last mentioned having up to the present time'!ived in the parental home. She is also survived by sixteen grand-children and one great-grand- child; also one sister, Mrs. Herman Eklund, and two brothers in Big Stone county, Ole 'E. Storm, Peter Storm, and one brother, residing in Norway, Knut Storm. Funeral services were conducted at the home and in the Eidskog Luthr- an church of which she was a mere- aer. Interment was made in the Eids- keg church cemetery, Rev. tC Knut- sen officiating. The funeral was largely attended. Another very successful school Fear closed Friday. " - SupL and Miss DeGreef returned to Big Stone on Monday. Mrs. Derby and children of Hen- dricks, Minn.,-arrived Monday to vis- it her aunt, Mrs. J. F. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Max Schmeichel, Mrs. Zahrbock and family and Miss Esther HiUstrom were guests of Mrs. Les- tine for Sunday dinner. Leslie Cheadle, agricultural teach- er, at Flaxton, N. Dak., arrived Sat- uvday to spend the summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cheadle. Miss Esther Hillsom, teacher of the Zahrbock school closed an eight month term on Friday, May 26, with a picnic on the Minnesota River. She returned to her home in Ortonville, Sunday. Miss Isolany went to Northfleld Friday night to attend the Aulmni of St. Olaf College. Miss Little return- ed to her home at Madison on Satur- day and Miss Lyon to Hastings on Monday. The high school department pic- niced at Chautauqua Park on liday; the Seventh and Eighth grades at MeGee's Park and the Primaries and Intermediate gTades, at the Camping grounds. Graduation exercises were held at the village hall Thursday evening. Maurice Chamberlain, Olaf Olson and Lydia Schwan.dt were the graduates. Verna Rien won the Gold Medal in Latin and Dorothea Batson won the Gold Medal in Ancient listory. / C. IL Flynn spent the last week in the twin cities. Mr. Ld Bettge and Paul Putman of Morris, spen Sunday in Beardsley. Miss Isabeile Flynn took the train frem Oi'tonvil Sunday for Cldcago. Mrs. Win. Bone left Sunday for a trip thru Washington, Oregon and Montana. "Mr. and Mrs. Rush Kramn are vis- iting with the farter's mother, Mrs. Kavanaugh. Miss Knopp, the commercial teacher of Beardsley Higl School left Friday night for Henekley, Minn. Miss Marion Evert, our Damestie Science teacher, took the train from Ortonville, Friday, for her home in Peewaee, Wis. Katherine Moroney returned home Thursday, from St. Catherine's col- ledge, where she has just completed her High School course Miss Anne Oleson, left for her home Mrs. William Clark and children years. Everybody come to Foster. in St. Paul Saturday morning. She visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. C. N. Herried retu v.s accompanied by Miss Helen Bower last week. ed to their home in Aberdeen a2 Wr of Beardsley. 1 William Valancy and family is ex- spending a week fishing at the Rake. The sses Irene and Gladys Mey-i pected to arrive at his cottage Thurs- The ghost is still en on the era and Messrs. Frank Meyers and day for the summer, to Bonanza, not only by the Antone Theil left Sunday morning by i Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilkie autoed to men bur by the older men this Aufo for Minneapolis. I Trac, last Thursday to visit with A number of people from Miss Ageline Shields, no has been I' friends and relatives, side attended the Stephney teaching the past year at Morris spent I Joe Paulson is expected home from Ciub picnic which was held at the week at Beardsley. She left for the cities where he went to bring za Springs last Friday. her home in Chicago Sunday. home a team of horses. Messers William and Vincent and Several of the young folks attended Federal Loans now 52 per Miss Grace O'Brien of Benson, ar- I the commencement exercises at Call for full particulars rived in Beardsley Wednesday to via- Beardsley last Thursday night, to the Federal Loan. Big Stone it their sister, Mrs. McNelis. I Mrs. John and Charles Sauer and Natn'l. Farm Loan Association, The baseball game between the Frank Je, mes spent a few days of this F. Kaercher, Secretary-Treasurer. Peever Indians and Beardsley, held at I week at their cottage at Foster, Bonanza Sunday resulted with a j A.J. Douglas reports the best fish- --Advertise in the Otonville score of 8 to 5 in favor of Beardsle):. I ing business done in May for many pendent for results. Mrs. R. P. Flynn, Frank SteFhens, i .... Mrs. A. S. Stephens and gTanddaugh-I ter, Melissa Patterson, autoed to Tu- lace, S. D. Thursday, to visit Mrs. Stephens' daughter, "Mrs. Patterson. * !! SUNNYSIDE , Harry Thompson is having their t house finished, t Melvin Kvatttm is simply a transi-1 ent these days. the George Ellis spent Sunday at M. Fossen home. Geo. Hastings and family sent Sunday in Clinton. Martin Arndt hauled hogs to Beardsley Monday. Mr. Teach, who has been ill all win- ter, :s reported very poorly. tL Barton returned from California to his cottage .at Foster Saturday. I Miss Olive Green spent Thursday I and Friday at the Bergstro home. I Victor Fossen is working for his brother Alfred Fossen near Sissetqn. Mr. and Mrs. Bundage of Aberdeen visited at the Herried cottage last week. The den of wolves the governor found turned out to be a nest of wood chucks. A number of Stephney young folks attended, the dance at Hartford Fri- day night. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Martinson and children visited at the Bergstrom [ home Sunday. . I Hungry Folks like a good trayful--like w e 11 cooked, wholesome food, well seasoned food. They want it in a hurry-- and at a reasonable price. That's why so many eat at The Palace Cafe C. A. BEARD, Prop. Sanitary Seal Your Assurance of Cookie and Cracker Satisfaction Extra Special Sanitary Seal Marine/ Graham Cracker The finest Graham Cracker made. In the most practical family package--the 3 pound caddy. 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