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PAGE 8 i , THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT iiii ii i i - i i i in i ] THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 191IS! B @ WANT ADS : i O RATES--'I'(a cents per line per in. sertion. Minimum charge 25 cents. Payment for in advance will be appreciated; the book-keep- er will thus be relieved of the work of keeping many small accounts. MAID WANTED---Competent 5laii wanted at the Peninsula. Good wages. Inquire of Mrs. C. F. Boyd, phone 125-L. ...:..... ! FOR ALE--L'oosier Kitchen Cabins: : --good as new, three-quarter iron hem with springs and mattress; also ,other articles too numerous to men- ion. Inquire of A. H. Sturges or FOR SALE--Four-year-oM Abe':dee'i Angus registered bull. Will fur:i.h papers. I'riced abso!ute.,y :'ig:l:. See E. A. Erickson of Beards:ey, Minn., two miles west and m'e mi2e :south. 6-2 ]FOR SALE -- Registered Holstein Bull calf, 7 months old. Sired by Sir Baits Fayne De Kol. Dam--i Dutchess Beets Hopsil. Papers fur- I nished. For price see or write W. E. H. Mews, Odessa, Minn. 6-2 tIAYLAND FOR RENTWe have ztome hayland located 2 miles east i of Ortonvitle for rent. Inquire of .A. tL Kaercher & Co. *5-tf IX)ST--On Sunday afternoon, some- where between Ortonville and Hun- son's Point, a bead purse with oxi- dized silver top, containing three :mver dollars and some small change;-also a key ring with three :.keys. Reward for return to this ce. leOR RENTTwo furnished sleeping rooms. Phone 284-L. 4-3-C FOUNDOn Wednesday, June 14th, on the Lakeshore road, a tatted laby cap. Owner ,may call at this RESULT OF TWO HOURS' FISHING BY JAKE SCHAEFER, JR. ... t in When Jake Saefer, Jr., of Chi-] for the fish if he was as good with f wife and their traveling companion, I " " l E. S. Bradley of Chicago. At the oth- cago, world billiard champion, passed i the reel as he was ith the cue. The thru several days ago bound for the t picture shows the result of Jake's Jl er end of the line of fish is lss Grace . .  F. Kaei, cher, their host, who is repub- Lake region The Journal Travel and i two hours of eflort m Big Stone Lake t liean candidate for clerk of the su- Resor bureau predicted tough luck l near Ortonville. With him are his I prams court.-Minneapolis Journal. office for return, teran o the civil war). At the age of FOR SALE--One used DeLaval No. 12" 13 ha'came with his parents to Big Cream S e p a r a t o r. Overhauled i Stone County and has lived here ever Price $0.00. Alvah Mattthevs. since For the past 26 years he has F0RSAI E -A rless tee-burner IPeeth --------I owned and operated a farm in Big ......... Stone township. oil stove and oven, a small writing l Mr. Hegge has always taken a great .desk, a curtain stretcher, and Olson intere in .all public matters and has :Rug Co. carpet sweeper. Phone I 10-F-5, O;tonville. Ruth Lindgren. i 6-2 .... I :FOR iJALE--8 room modern l!ouse , with ten acres of lamt, also other T ::w property located in Ortonville. } :R. W. Lows, Baxry, Minn, R. 1. Political Announcements. J. M. HEGGE FOR SHERIFF. -.(By His Neighbors) [ J. M. Hegge, who is a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Big Stone County was born in Vernon County, Wisconsin, on May 14, 1893. (His father was the late Ole Hegge, a vet- held many offices of esteem among his fellow farmers. He has served for the past 15 years as one of the directors of the Odessa Agassiz Fire Insurance Company and as chairman of the town board of Big Stone township for 22 years and for several years as presi-' dent of the local telephone company. Mr. Hegge is plesident of the Lake- side Farmers' Club at present, which position he has held sinee'i rgan- ization several years ago. Mr. Hegge is a man of strong physique, active and energetic, and if elected to the office of Sheriff of Big Stone County he will fulfill the duties of that office with credit. For County Superintendent of Sehoo s I wish to announce that I have filed l for the nominatmn for Superlntendent i of schools of Big Stone County, and respectfully solicit your support at the Primaries on June 19. If nominated and elected, I will de- vote all my time to the interest of the schools. Respectively, J. IDA BUCK. FOR SHERIFF. I desire to announce that I have filed as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Big Stone County, nd I! assure you that any support you may give me in the primaries on June 19 will be greatly appreciated. I have i been a resident of this county for 25 years and for the last 20 years have been engaged in farming. Respectfully yours, A. W: CARLSON. , H i i GRACE F. KAERCHER. Vthy 1 Am a Candidate for the Oflics For Which I Have Filed. I have been a resident of the Sev- enth Congressional District all my life, at leat twenty-one years, and for years the Seventh District has felt that it has not had its proper representation in the impolq, ant of- fices in the state government. Since the emancipation of wamen it has been conceded that it was only fair and right to place the name "of one yeoman upon the Republican ticket for he consideration of the voters at the coming election. My friends in the evenh district felt that on account f my training and expmience in my fatheb:'s office at OrtonvilteL which related to legal matters and land and loan business, that I was qualified to ]erfmTn the duties of Clerk of the Nupreme Court, and every county in /the seventh' congressional district ral- lied to my support in the last conven- tion and tha their devoted effmq:s and oyalty, with the help of friends in every part of the State, my nomina- tion was ecured. I am a candidate because I deire the office. I desire to prove to the state that a woman can sewe in pub- lic office with fidelity and credit. I tesire to prove that the seventh con- gressional district is true to the princi- pals of the Republican party and to help in securing the old-time Repub- lican majority in that district for the support of all the candidates on the Republican ticket. --GRACE F. KAERcHER, For County Superintendent of Schools I wish to announce that I haw fi!e0 for the office of Superintendent of choo]s for Big Stone County. M. A. TONER, Superintendent of Schools I wih to announce that I tme filed as a candidate for re-election to the ffiee of Superintendent of Schools of Big Sterne County. Your support at the Primaries on June 19th will be [reatly ppreciated. Martha Rothwell. t Card of Thanks. 1 t We wish to thank the many friends I and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown us during the sick- ness and death of our beloved wife and mother; also for the boautifall floral offerings, l --John R. Johnson and family, Mrs. Arne Erickson I Mrs. Z. S. Duck __ / Wedding Announcements and In' vitations--printed or engraved. We I have them--and the very latest. Our workmanship is of he best, and price l is very reasonable. Bring you work] to The Orlonville I___ndepen,ent. 1 Subscribe for the Independent 1 LOCAL MARKHT 'rraey.Shumaker Cmpmmy Geese ........................................ 09 Ducks ........................................ 14 Cream ....................................... 31 Hide ............... : ........................... 04 Wool .......................................... .25 Heavy Hens ............................. 17 Roosters ..................................... 09 Eggs, per doz .......................... 17 Farmers Elevator Co. Wheat ...................................... $1.26 Din-ham ........................  ........... 1.24 Oats .... ....................................... 23 Rye ........................ . .................... 79 Ortonville Creamery, , Butterfot ................................... 31 t 000MMENC00G Monday, June 19, we 00ill a00ain resume Delivery Service for the conven- ience of our patrons, --Piping Rock shirts with tie =o GARAGE FOR RENT--Large enough! motch. All the rage in the Easz--at for tv:o cars. Inquire of M. J. The New Style Shop, Otonville. hammer at Independent. Program at Bonanza Sunday, Ju 18, 1922 BASEBALL GAME at 2 P. M. GRACEVILLE vs. CLINTON Admission to Ball Park 15c and 35c CONCERT at 4:30 P. M. BY MELODY "5" SUPREME ORCHESTRA Admission Free Wrestling Match at 7 P. M. JACK DOWNS of Fairmont, Minnesota. VS. GEO. RENVILLE, Peever, S. Dak. Admission Free gTHICH is the big mileage vv tire of today? All over the country men are talking right now of the remarkable wearing quality of FiskTires. The rea- sons are obvious. Look over any Fisk tire and judge for your- self. You are bound to find extra size, strength and resili- The PIONEER MEAT MARKET and with these, good looks and a tread that gives real J. J. DANN protection. The CITY MEAT MARKET "-""' GEISEL & HAUSAUER DZhy Not Lead Her to it? When the "honeymoon" is oer, if you could take her by the hand and lead her to a HOME of her very own, just think of what it would mean to you, the "Soon-to-be-Newlyweds !" If all "Newlyweds" could start life's journey in a home of theirlown, just think of the advantages gained, In a "cozy nest" the roselight of the honey- 'moon would merge into the mellow, comforting, glow of the family fireside. For with areaI home-tie as a start, the chances are altogethe r in favor of a happy future. ,- PLAN AHEAD--HAVE THE HOME READY - . 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