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June 15, 1922

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I_THURS DAY, JUNE 15, 1922 TttE ORTON'ILLE I. DEPENDENT PAGE 3 lhe OR|O0000iLL[ lrO[P[NDI:NI PUILISHED EVERY THURSDAY by the Farmers & Merchants Printing Co. L. A. Kaereher 3Ianaging Editor Official Paper of Big Stone Coumty.  Entered as second-class matterl May I, !920, at the postoffice at Ortonvi!!e, Mime., under the Act of i March 3, lb79. 1 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR I Advertising Rates on Application ; Formgn .-,cvertlsmg Representative i THE AMERIC:'-.N PRFSS PSOCIATION i Northwestern Advt. Representative. MINNESOTA SELECT LIST. 703 Exchange Bank St. Paul 215 S. 6tt St. - Minneapolis LET'S PLAY FAIR. Some peopie have a lot of fun play- ing, especially when it comes to poli- tics, and in many instances they for-i ge; to give the devil his dues, either intentionally or thru oversight, or I thl,a ignorance. Whether we like a: HAVE YOUR TEZTIt PULLED--N()PAiN NOW. Dr. Charles Gruebel, one of the chief tire tooth without the slightest pain. surgeons of the Dental School in The new appliance avoids gas in in-! Naris, operating with "Le Gazother-jections. A gentle stream of oxy -: roD" a new apparatus invented by Dr. ffen is played upon the tooth to be Fabret, which makes possible the im- treated and anaesthesia is arrived at mediate treatment of the most sensi-i by regular process of freezing. On June 22, people of OrtonviileThe reduction of loans to member and vicinity have an opportunity of banks by the Federal Reserve Bank expressing their appreciation of the in the agricultural sections reflects services rendered by the Bellinghamthe improved prices to the farmer and organization for on that day Belling-indicates the economical basis on ham will stage a big Field Day, fea-which he is working. Dairy products particular man or not we owe it to I ourselves to give him a fair deal and "saoot square." If there is one thing! tha the public in general dislike, it' I is untruthful statements. By this, we! turing the Dispatch-Pioneer Press show increased output and steady refer to recent charge made against Flying Circus, a ball game between prices. Senator F. L. Cliff "of Ortonville, t Ortonville and Belingham, and vari- While bank loans in agricultural Minnesota, by his opponents, wherein l they charge[i that he has not sup- t ous forms of entertainment. ..ections have been considerably re- ported agriculture during the recent Let's show our neighbors that weduced, owing to increased prices of sessions of the legislature, but on the ! can give as well as receive and motorfarm products and distribution of War over to Bellingham and enjoy a day Finance funds, bankos in some Iocali- t contrms- favoret the interests of the i Thursday, June 22. ties state they will need aceommoda- Chamber of Commerce. The records I tion to assist them in financing the show: THE FEDERAL RESERVE BANKgrowth of this )-ear's crop. In those 1. That Senator Cliff materially l COMPLIMENTS DAIRYING. sections where dairying is a large fac- aided in securing the pas:age or was If there ever was any question astor, however, reports indicate that the co-author of th e bill creating the State to the status of the dairy farmer and country banks will be able to finance I Test Mill, under which authentic in- the part he is playing in the general the fazner, since the steady income ii formation is now being supplied for l readjustment of the country's fi-from dairy produck will provide for the first time as to the milling value i nances and economics, the May 31st current expenses. o grain.   " , ; - , report of the ,.eventh Federal Reserve ,,h.e there was a slight decrease 2. Also the bill providing appro- Bank settles tie question once and in the total savings deposits and aver- priation for the operation of this mill. for all. He':e is a gist of the re.ort, age accounts in the District, two of ant the use cf its products in state Despite the retarding effects of thethe states, Wisconsin and Michigan, " i Institutions. coal strike, the general business sit-leaders in (lailTing, showed an in- ,- He was the co-author of the uation is improving. Production inclease in savings deposits. bill prohibiting the gambling in fu-i the basic industries has increased and The above statements are not the- tares by parties not having the grain improvement is reflected in manufac-ories, but facts as brought out by the and prohibiting such contract. ! turers unfiled orders, while un,.- bank which are members of the Sev- 4. The biIt declaring Boards of nloxnnont shows a marked decrease, eot: Federal Resorve District. The)" Trade and Chamber of Commerce, Public Marke:s and providing for membersifip tierein by representa- tives of co-operative elevator com- / Pa;les I bill enlarging :the authorities I of the Department of Agriculture and I requiring the department to aid in' securing markets for farm products. I 6. A bill amending the co-opera-! tive law authorizing the formationS:  Ofies.ten,Mnal marketing grain com'pan- 7. He was also author of the l amendment to the Highway Bill lim-i iting the authority of the Commis-! siner tc: :PeIdt re:f than 20 per cent' of the s :" " nd for hard-sur- I facing, requiring the balance of the; fund to be expended among the se--I mg.eraI counties for grading and gravel- This paper is not attempting to I force its opinion down the throats of i any of its readers. We erely state! the facts, leaving them to your good judgment to weigh. Every American likes fair play. NEIGHIORLY SPIRIT. At Ortonville's Community Sales Day, May 18, it will be remembered that there appeared on the streets a musical organization of twenty or more pieces. It will also be remem- $ bered that there was no charge made for the appearance. The Bellingham Band volunteered in spite of a rain), day to furnish music that day in Or- tonville. That is a true spirit of neighborliness and it is just such a spiiit that makes it possible for towns to successfully stage affairs on a large EO.B. DETROIT scale. NEW PRICE You have never before had the opportunity of securing as much motor car value at so low a price. Take advantage of this opportunity and place your order now .when you can obtain reverse and . prompt delivery. Weigl Only 3 Pounds ,. Terms if desired. , H.L. McDOWELL lohnson00 Graceville, Minnesota ORTON BROS. prove anew the importance of the dairy farmer to the upbuilding and .t,bilizi.u: of a commurfity. The monthly cream check takes care of eurTent expenses. It gives the far- met an active bank account which is zl + e, ceded i,. local prosperity. It i the official government reports, such am chi trom the Federal Reserve bank that demonstrate the importance and', the dependability of dairying, i EVER NOTICE? Did you ever notice that the first man to complain about taxes, 'about i:nprovements, about anything that is l for the general good of a community:, i. invariab/y the man who has amassed a fortum and is satisfied only to guard it with a view of see-' ing sow much he con leave behind l him ? NOW ITS CUBA. There was all kinds of rumor: about intervening in Mexico be- cau::e of our h:tere:ts there in the oil field:-; and mines. Now that the news headings carry the warning that we are about to intervene in Cuba we presume some yap will yip: "Oh, it's because some of those big bugs have interests in the stills there." There will i)e a full afternoon and evening of free entertainment at Bon- anza Mineral Springs, next Sunday, l June 18. Baseball, Wrestling Match I and Concert. 1 Want Ads Get Results. i SEE H. L. 00(D0well For Bargains in Used Cars and Tractors Why Standard Oil Company (Indiana) Gives Better Service HEN you drive up to a Standard Oil Company (Indiana) Service Station you find a man in charge who is competent, quick, agreeable--at your service. The farmer finds these same qualities in the man who drives the dark green tank wagon to his door. If you were to enter any one of the refineries of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) y.ou would be astonished to note the air of absorptmn with which each employee is devoting himself to his job. The same interest ma.y be observed at any point where you come m contact with em- ployees of this Company. This condition is not a matter of mere happening  chance. It is because the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) recognizes the fundamental interest of labor in the business to which it is devoted. " Throughout the years, it has been the con- tinued policy of this Company, to compensate its employees fairly; to give them steady work; to insure them so far as it is possible against unemployment. To protect the employee who has grown old in the service, the Company has devised and put in effect an annuity plan whereby the employee who has given his best years, or who has become incapacitated in the service, is insured an income for the balance of his life. In no ease is this annuity less than $300.00 a year and it may be as high as 75 percent of his average yearly wage for the 10 years preceding retirement. This policy gives the employee a sense of ecurity respecting his future. It enables him to do better work and gives him a more vivid interest in his work. Long experience has convinced the manage- ment, the employee, and the stockholder of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) that this policy of recognizing the rights of the em- ployee is one of the factors which enables this Company to give to the public a superlative grade of service in the manufacturing and dis- tribut!ng of petroleum products. Standard Oil Company "(Indiana) . 910 So. Michigan Ave., Chmago 2743 I I When you look at a 30 x 3 'A USCO at $10.9o UR tire dealer s naturally enthusiastic [ whenhe shows you the 30x3Va USCO at $10.90. To him USeD has al, ways represented a tire value that .he felt more than jutifiedAn offering his customers. At the $!0.90 price he can hardly be blamed for putting it to the front as the value he would moat llke to be remembered by, This much to keep in mind-- USCO has always sold as a quality tire of hnowu standards and perform. @l,l'lCe . Today at $10.90 it fixes the worth of your tire dollar at a new maximum by reason of its owndistino guished values. $ 3o003g USCO 00oWar00axcharged United States Tires Un'rted SPat. !0 Rubber Company Where You 0stlind & Karn A.M. Semrau Correll Auto Co. Can Buy Ortoavllle, Minn. Odem Minn. Cerrell, Mhm. U. 8. Tire: i ii