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PAGE 2 THE ORTONV[LLE INDEPENDENT ] THURSDAY, JUNE 22, @ I CLINTON NEWS l O <" George Zimmerman is visiting friends in Clinton. John Welander and family return- ed on Monday frc,m their auto trip. Miss Maida Wheeler returned the last of tile weelc from her visit in the cities. The annual Swedish Mid-summer Festival will take place on Saturday, June 24. Miss Amy Sweezy returned home on Monday mornfig from tier visit in the cities. Miss Atwilla Knutmn of Becker, Minn., is a guest of Clinton friends this week. Henry Paii'rath is remodeling hi house amt making quite extensive im- provements. John Carlson of Niobia, N. D., is: visiting at the home of his brother (;has. Carl%or, Mr. ald Mrs. Merlin Shannon an( baby fro0n Beltingham are visitors at Clinton this week. Melvin Lindhotm and wife are here l to spend a two weeks vacation with relatives at Clinton. Mrs. Lou Jackson is enjoying avis- 1 it from her father and brother of i i West Liberty, Iowa. ] The S. and S. garage report the sale t this week of two more Overland . 4( ,9 Fours and a tractor. Harley Stephens accompanied his father, L. H. Stephens to the cities GOV. W. L. HARDING. At the Chqua Sunday, July 9, 8:00 p. m. W. L. Harding, the re- tiring governor of Iowa, has proven himself to be one of the most valuable speakm upon the American platform, because his lectures are all given with very definite pur- poses it1 view., ttis lectures are not academic, neither are they merely oratorical. They are to forward certain prin- ciples and sever/d govern- ment entert'rises in wiich he earnestly believes, ttis two interests in national affairs are the making of education more democatie and in giving  to America more and better waterways. Hi s topics are: "Equality in Education," and "A Liquid Transportation System." The M. E. Ladies' Aid will serve Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woodard and with stock last week. t lunch at Salvesen's store Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Okeson de-evening, July 1, in place oT June 17, parted on Saturday by car for Cannon I as the latter date came during Chau- Falls to visit relatives, t tauqua. Miss Marjorie Campbell came up l The chief operator at the telephone from Minneapolis on Monday and is the guest of Clinton friends. Miss Clara Sweezy left for Fari- bault on Tuesday evening to review her bookkeeping work here. Mencer Englund came down on Monday night from Cheyenne, N. D., for a two weeks' visit at home. Miss Vangie Tennis, who has been visiting at the G. M. ;Johnson home left this week for her home at Lake Norton. L.H. Stephens shipped three loads of stock from Beardsley on Tuesday and one from Clinton on Thursday of this week. The St. Pauli Ladies' Aid will hold its auction and lunch at the home of Mr. and Mr Martin Larson on Tues- day, June 27. The Big Stone Ladies' Aid Society will hold its semi-annual auction sale at the home of B. N. Nelson on Thurs- day of this week. Cyrus Eriekson arrived home on Tuesday afternoon from Boton, Mass., where he has been attending Harvard University. Mr. amt Mrs. Aug. Kersteiu and Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and son left last week by auto for New York on a land seeking exprdition. E. O. 'Krook has added a fine new back and front porch to his resi- dence which add greatly to the ap- pearance and convenience. Mrs. Alec Holmer and two chihlren left on Thursday morning for Can- non Falls, where they will join other relatives for a family reunion. The semi-annual meeting of the Bi Stone County Fair association will be held on Saturday, June 24, at 2:00 p. m., at the Clinton State Bank. Cleve Williams will buihl a resi- dence on the lot across the road south of A. K. Olson's home. Work on the new building has already begun. Miss Dorothy Johnson came home from Hamline last Wednesday 1o spend vacation at the home of her parents, Rev. and Mrs. F. J. John- ston. Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner of Pleasant Valley were visitor. from Saturday to Monday morning" at the home of their daughter, Mrs. At. rebil. office, Miss Della Lindholm, is enjoy- ling , three weeks' vacation and Miss Blossoin Stephens acts as operator in her place. A .D. Sweezy of Clinton and Geo. Mowery of Ortonville drove to Huron, S. D., last Thursday where they are t transacting business pertaining toi their road work. 1 ! Schoen's road crew were in Clin-  ton the first of the week with their camp and equipment and completed i the work of cutting down main street I west of the track, l ! Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Seidl, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Shroepher and Mrs. Huffman all of Sleepy-eye, Minn., vis- ited over the week-end at the Michael Seidl home in Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ross drove to Hancock last Saturday night to visit over Sunday. Herbert Hegner aceom- paNed them home for a week's visit before returning to Peever. ] Colonel Adolphson has begun the i work of excavating fora--lsementi on his lots in the southeast part of toxm and wilt move the buihling in which he lives to that location. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Steen left for Hawley Tuesdey morning by auto to attend the wedding of Mrs. Steen's sister. Mis Mabel Homstad accom- panied them as far as Wheaton. Mr. anti Mrs. C. E. Olson and Con-' rad Carlson arrived on Snday by auto from Colon, Nebraski to visit relatives and look after farming inter- ests. Later riley expect to continue their trip and will drive thru to Yel- lowstere Park. Vera returned on Saturday from Be- midji where they have been visiting. Mrs. Sturges remained in Bemidji where she will make an extended vis- it. Miss Alice Cenfield, who has been a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. M. Plummer left the last of the week for the cities. Miss Cenfield was a patient as well as a guest, hav- ing had her tonsils removed while here. Selmer Martinson, who was one of the graduates at the University, re- turned home on Monday. His mother, who went down to attend the gradu- ation exercises accompanied him home. The Clinton Chautauqua closed a very successful session on Tuesday night. Good programs were presented on each of the five nights which were well attended and all are high in their praise of the week's entertainment. In the popular girl contest which closed last Friday noon, Miss Blos- som Stephens retained first place and was presented 'ith a beautiful cameo ring. The votes in this contest were won by the sale of Chautauqua tickets. On Thursday, June 15, friends and neighbors numbering about twenty, gathered at the home of Mrs. T. R. Finberg for a surprise party to cele- brate Mrs. Finberg's birthday. Bounti- ful refreshments were brought by the 'uests and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. The ladies presented Mrs. ] Finberg with a token of their good wishes and departed wishing her many happy returns of the day. More of Clinton's young people have joined the ranks of the benedicts. On Wednesday, June 21 two weddings were solemnized when Miss Huida Swenson and Edmond Aasplund were Doing Business L. H. Stephens, the stock buyer, of Clinton is a busy man. He has gained quite a reputation as a cattle buyer. Just this week he was called to Beardsley by Mr. O. J. Lofthus, banker, who sold him three cars of stock, 2 cars fat cattle and one car of hogs. These he will load out of Beardsley on Tuesday morning. Mr. Stephens also bought a load of good fat cattle from Chas. Matthews which his son, Har- ley, will take down from Clinton on Thursday. Give them a trial and go home satisfied. LET-- L' H. and Harley Stephens BUY YOUR STOCK - ' t CURTIS HOTEL TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE Minneapolis - Minnesota T/ Norll/ma', NmamR and/.SaaR Transbmt Hoztdry m One whole city blocJk of beautiful Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Mus;c during the Noon luncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A h Carte andTabh d'Hote Servk ia the Main Restaurant. TARIF'FII, Double ULO0 Otlem t# The Whole Town Knows That at this lumber yard every contractor and inex- perienced'builder receives the same fair business theat- mont. lt is common knowledge that we know a lot about lumber, but we will impose upon no amateur's judgment. We saw straight to the line of business honor. t married in the Swedish church at i Clinton and Miss Ida Jaeobson and l Mansford Wennblam were married at  home of the birde's parents in i OrVille. Ray. Franzen officiating a. botremonies. These young peo-I ple iave al] lived ant! grown up in! **Mother, mdck, look this comnmnity and have a host of zvhat illy has gone friends who wish them happiness and: and spilled---a whole big box o KelIogg'e Success.  i Corn Flakes. l'n $ay ; he likes thsm a lotl" , Tomon:ow . Ida Pamroy is spending a week with the Win. Radmer family. Henry Stoehr and family were Or- tonviile calle:-s Wednesday. i Oscar Krier visited at the John  Frizzelt home Sunday near Graceviile. ; Mrs. Richard Schmeichel and ehil-;, "dren were Correll shoppers Thursday. Charlotte Wo]fmeyer is spending a few days v:ith her sister, Mrs. Oscar Krier. Silas Weeding a*temted to business matters at Big Stone City the first of the week. Bill Guse and son, Ben, and Lillian Monson were Appleton shoppers Sat- urday afternoon. Richard Sehmeichel and family :a- toed to Ortonville Wednesday where they attended the League picnic. Mrs. Henry Schmidt and son Ed were the guests of Mrs. Richard Schmeichel on Friday afternoon. Lewis Wolfmeyer returned to his home in Ortonville Friday after hav- ing helped his son with farm work. A large number of young people at- tended the dance at Pearson's Club House Saturday evening and all re- ported an enjoyable time. --People are subscribing to The Or- tonville Independent because they are getting far more for the money. As long as YOU are paying $2.00 for a local paper, why not join the majority class and subscribe NOW. We pay Highest Price for Old Iron, Copper, Heavy Brass, Rags, Rubbers, Tires. Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting and Hose carried in stock. Acetylene Welding. The Ortonville Foundry W. F. MULLICA, Prop. Phone 23 byallmeans I(ello000000 Com Tomorrow morning--set KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes efore the family! A feast for the eye and a feast for keen appetites! For, KeIlogg's are as extra-delicious as hey lookall sunny brown and wonderfully crispy, crunchy! My, but how they delight everybody! 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