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IPAGE 8 THE ORTONYILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. JUNE 22. 1922 1 O ( WANT ADS D fIATES--Ten cents per line per in. ertion. Minimum charge 25 cents. Pa.yment for want-ads in advance "will be appreciated; the book-keep- cx .wilt thus be relieved el the work 4f keeping many small accounts. @ OFFICIAL ELEC[ION RETURNS OF BIG STONE COUNTY LOST Silk Umbrella oa June 12ill whi] sopping. Finder please call 1R7J-2, or Mrs. B. C. Lamont. LOST At McGee&apos;s Park Sund:, Jnne 18th. Roman Shipe Silk ScarL Kindly return for reward to Leo A. Nikolai, Madison, Minn. 7-1 FOUND On Wednesday, June 14th, on tle Lakeshore road, a tatted  baby cap. Owner ,may call at this Tifice for return. FOL'D--Masonic lapel emblem. In- 4ni, re of the Independent. FOtYNI)--At Masonic Picnic--ladies' bag contaip.ing money. Inquire c f Hilmer Hanson, Wheaton, Minn. lVANTED--Competent maid at the Peninsula. Inquire of Mrs. C. J. IcLeod. Phone 314-L-3. A_NTED--Boy to catch frogs f i Eahtonka Boat Livery. 7-1 LAID WANTEd)---Competent Maid -e-talked at the Peninsula. Good wages., Inquire of Mrs. C. F. Boyd, phone 125-L. FOR SALE--Evinrude and boat, in irst class condition. $75 takes out- t. Inquire of L. O. Kirkeberg at Independent Office. FOR RENT--House in Big Stone 'ity, S. D. Will rent cheap. Write Emer Salsbury at Correll, or see Patti Trapp at the Farmers' State mk in Big Stone City. *4-tf B[ISTITCHINCr-Will do hemstitch- k at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L Waddans. 27-tf-c FOR SALE--FORDSON TRACTOR mid Plow at reasonable price: In- quire of H. L. McDowell, Graceville, 4-2 ]RUGS WOVENI will weave rag from now on at the home of may son, A. S. Halls. Prices--27 in. wide, 65c; 30 in. wide, 75c. Mrs. S. J. Ialis. *47-tf ]FOR SALE--Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet as new, three-quarters iron vt springs and mattress; also other articles too numerous to men- on. Inquire of A. H. S'turges or l 279. *6-2 OR ALE---Four-year-old Aberdeen Angus registered bull. Will furnish laapers. Priced absolutely right. ee E. A. Erickson of Beardsley, Minn., wo miles west and one mile outh. 6-2 OR SALE -- Registered Holstein Bull calf, 7 months old. Sired b) ir Betts Famine De Kol. Dam-- Itchess Beets Hopsil. o Papers fur- nished. For price see or write W. E. H. Mews, Odessa, Minn, 6- HAYLAND FOR RENT--We have some hayiand located 2 miles east of Ortonville $or rent. Inquire of A. B. Kaercher & Co. *5-if FOR SALE--One used DeLaval No. 12 Cream Separator. Overhauiedl --Price $30.00: Alvah Mattthews. oil stove and oven, a small writing lesk, a curtain Stretcher, and Olson Rug Co. carpet sweeper. Phone't a-F-5, Ortoaville. Rut5 Lindgren. I 6-2 FOR SALE--8 room modern house] with ten acres'of land, also other 1 xown property located in Ortonville.f P W. Lowe, Barry, Minn, R. 1.' FOR RENT--Large eno6gh for two cars. Inquire of M. J. Klink- hammer at Independent. 0 " @ | LEGAL NOTICES [ Order Limiting Time to File Claims and for Hearing Thereon. Estate of Louise Palm. TATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Louise Palm, Decedent. Jetters of administration this day Earing been granted to H. W. Palm; It is ordered that the time within vhich all creditors of the above named decedent may present claims against hi estate in this Court, be, and the same hereby is, limited to six ,months from and after the date hereof; and that Momtay the 25th day of Decem- r, 1922, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Fourt House at the city of Ortonville, ih said county, be and the same here- by is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and tha examination, adjustment and allow- ance of such claims as shall be pre- dicated within the time aforesaid. Let notice hereby given by the pub- rmation of this order in the Ortonville lrdependent as provided by law. " Dated June 21, 1922. R. B. HUDSON, Judge of Probate. {First Pub. June 22 3w "Marjorie," reproved her mother harply, "I should think you'd be shamed to have Miss Martson hear mac scold you." "q am," retorted" five year-old Mar- ' still." jorie. "But you won t keep --Order that Mimeograph paper rom the Independent. : $! =  . : : .1. . ": i : i i ' ' : . : , , U. S. SENATOR-- Frank B. Kellogg ................................ 1:;2 25 Ernest Lundeen ................................... : 20 Richard E. Titus ................................ 15 7 GOVERNOR-- Franklin F. Ellsworth ........................ 3$ i J. A. O. Preus .................................... !5) 37 LIEUT. GOVERNOR-- Lloyd Ahlstrom .................................. 24 10 Lores L. Collins .................................... 146 40 SECRETARY OF STATE-- Mike Holm ............................................ 13:< 39 Margaret 5I. Keller ............................ 39 17 ETATE AUDITOR-- Ray P. Chase ........................................ 118 40 ' Gee, E. Magnuson .............................. 9! 41 ATTORNEY GENERAL-- Clifford L. Hilton ................................ 139 42 John C. Larson .................................... 33:101 ,  I i [ 1 { ! ! 11 2.3 26 32 57i 531 4 24 181 51 156106 741 96 40. 3311003! 9 30 44. 5 < 781 341 76 66 55i1381 91 92 7 30. 44 12 925 3, 4 5 16' 8] 8! 4 91 5 18; 9! 9 8 5 , 31 139 [ 1 i 9 25 3 26 80 29. 73 42 42 1191 90! 85, 6 ,22, 35i 14 786 11 31 34 69 66 64 58 37 28 46,188:133 96116 50 391241 ' ' !  ! [ t '  l [ ] I i 4 13 27! o5 58 19 54 41 29 89 66 68, 2, 11 22 7 569 16 43 33 61:83 67 63 31 57 66.189q42i i 80121 58i 401346 t f ' ' ! t 15 39 .35 73 94 62i 6 46 40 681181,427 80126 48 32'1311 5 22 28 20 48 30' 49. 35 33: 93' 821 82:11 28 34i 15 671'. 8 28 25: 45' 56 52' 39 24 81 49 177:137 84 105 30 32',!00 10 28 35 38 81 35 68  51 37101i 67: 69: 8 25 44 14! 771 12 35 32 47 79 54 571 26 36, 66178q34 92106 44[ 391218: 8:25 29 36 56 35i 56' 48I 35 94! 75 731 3 20 36 9 680 R. R. & W. H. COMMISSIONER-- t , I I ' ! ! ! ' I i ! Ivm Bowen .......................................... 129 361 13t 30! 29 55 81 61l 55 32! 36!! 5 176 141 8R10R 5 R 1on7 Gerhard Bundlie .................................. ! 311 14 61 31  25! 26i 391 251 51 331 31 90 581 56 -6 19 26 131 580t 53li 74'114! ! I " I , CLERK OF SUPREME COURT-- l I  [ 4 133 74 50i1665 Grace F. Kaereher .............................. 138 531 191 48! "-88 88  66' 48!111242 1821 8 Herman Mueller .................................. 51t . S. SENATOR--- ] Thomas J. Meighen ............................ 15[ Homer Morris ...................................... 5! Anna D. Olesen ................................ 41t GOVERNOR . ............................. 22 Merle Birmingham Ed. Indrehus ........................................ 31! ATTORNEY GENERAL-- t James. E. Doran ................................ 37t Gee. L. Siegel ...................................... 151 ASSOCIATE JUSTICES--- 1 ! William A. Anderson ........................ ' 23! William B. Anderson ........................ I 181 5t i I 2i 1 2{ I 21 { I 91 1 i 13 15! 20 41[ 13! 411 20 29 61! 44i 43i 121 4 8 1 2I i 1 7  11 1[ 21 I 8i 10i "71 2 1l It 5! 211 ] 61 11! 51 31 21 1! I [ l I I 6] 14 I 1} 3] i 6i 8t I 4 t 1[ I { 3{ 1 II 2! I 11 3! 11' 11 '  6: 3 31! 161 53i ' 9 6 5  21 3 17! 12! 341 21 2 10} 6] 9i I 1 [ ' 91 221 43t 39 56l 221 51[ 37] 241 50] 48i 53 2t 101 121 15I 23] 12! 13l 18l 20] 21l 30i 22t 21 3 3! 11! 11] 161 18] 131 61 25i 19i 151 9 13 2 3! 2 2 I I 2! 3 3 2! 7 22! 371 5  9 121 9 ]2 10' 2{ i 11 541 27 1871 7T, 1] 138 1401 68  11 553! 2! 250 Conrad Christopherson .................... ] 20! II 196' James H. Quinn ................................. I 9al 321 12! 29 | 10 231 301 16! 221 41 131 261 661 75  9ff 46 15 271 632i W. H. Vanderburgh ........................... I 171 21 6! 11[ " 4! 2i 122! Archie H. Vernon [ 32I 7' , 71 62! 1 19 1 1231 2t 64} 951 12] 20! 17' 41 6! ................................. 15: 55, 29! lo 25! 8, 6, 2006, SENATOR--48th DISTRICT-- [ I ' I  [ ]  I  I , ! ! ' F. L. Cliff .......................................... 1166' 54] 101 50[ 261 321 49] 52[ 441 21t 221 35!204]13311381106 26! 2811196', Louis O. Foss ...................................... I 36! 61 71 12[ 8[ 13l 161 12 6! 22] 8i 18[ 20[ 13} 8I 14' 21! 141 256! Ferdinand J. Steidl .............................. ] 311 10[ 16! 25i 55] 601 98! 38 87[ 50] 571125[ 93] 961 231 33! 50  8i 955i I ] I  ] l I . I I I 1 I ] I 1 l SHERIFF [ 191 12] 17 43t 611 33I 431 18] 31] 49] 36l 681 31] 371 171 311 15! 41 565' A. W. Carlson John Gowan ........................................ i1941 59l 151 39 22[ 16] 251 381 141 15[ 20 33[145i 80!147! 741 13] 381 9871 J. M. Hegge ........................................ ] 471 51 21 ,71 131 60i1051 5311011 341 8311481126i 5! 51 701 61 949 SUPT. OF SCHOOLS--- I I I t I  [ I q t ! [ 1 [ [ I I I J. Ida Buck .......................................... " 70f 2! 81 13i 24] 46! 80] 34! 531 15[ 44t 731 841 69! 2t 871 27I 7t 738' 4511521116{ 361 Martha I. Rothwell ............................ I 42] 11] 9] 22[ 341 291 50i 20[ 41 65l 22] 13] 191 371 763  M. A. Toner " '153] 64[ 17, 54] 35! 321 401 53, 52 16l 221 64[ 78l 60]157, 57f 35 91 998] { { } { { ,16, { ' { { } I I { { ' { { COUNTY COM'R, 2nd DIST.-- ! 51 ] I { 181 { I { 1391 T. J. Anderson ...................................... Thee. Hundeby .................................... ]174{ { { -{ - } } 20{ 29[ { [ { { ] { ] { 2231 K. G. Knudson .................................... 183} I I I I { 37l2l { { } [ { { { { [ { 182i @ @ I WEDDINGS , Gowan-Strong. At ten o'clock on Wednesday morn- ing of thi week at the Saint John's CaL:olic.church in this city, occurred tie marriage of Elizabeth Mary Gow- an, daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs. John Gowan of this city to Vincent Cosson Strong, son of Mrs: Katherine Strong of Graceville, the Rev. Father Sullivan performing the ceremony. Misses Helen Michell and Ruth Gowan and Mr. Raymond Gowan sang a group of nuptial songs accompanied by Miss Mary Shumaker. Mrs. B. R. Karn played the processional and the recessional. Attendants were Miss Betty Gowan, flower girl, niece of the bride. Miss Ann Gowan, sister, ma of honor, and Mr. James Strong, brother of the groom, best man. The bride was most charmingly gowned in silk lace oer white duchess satin, with a veil fastened in wreath elf act and carried a shower bouquet of Sweetheart roses and Lilies of the Valley. Miss Ann Gowan, sister of the lride, who was maid of honor, wore a pale green taffeta, ith, goId colored hat, and carried a corsage bououet of Ward roses and baby breath. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Strong left immediate- Iy on a motor trip thru Northern Minnesota and will be at home after August 15th at Beardsley, Minnesota. The bride is a graduate of the Or- tonville High School and the Univer- sity of Minnesota, and has been teach- ing school at Browns Valley the past year. The groom is a graduate of St. Thomas Academy and the Uni- versity of Minnesota and is assistant cashier at he First National Bank at Beardsley. Out of town guests at the wedding were: Mrs. Katherine Strong of Graceville, mother of the groom; Mrs. *Frank Collins of Barry, Minn.; Dr. amt Mrs. Strong of Graceville; Mr. and Mrs. Harry O'Neil of Beardsley; Ray. Father Sbanahan of Beardsley; Mr. and Mrs. William Gowan of New ichmond, Wis.; and Miss Catherine onroy of Chokio, Minn. Mueller-Miller. The marriage of Miss Helene Muel- ler of Yellow Bank township, daugh- ,=ez of Mr. ad Mrs. Win. Mueller, to Adolph Miller of St. Paul, aecured at one o'clock on June 20, at the Yellow Bank Lutheran church, Rev. Thor- maehlen performed the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of white satin charmeuse, and a white veil. She carried a shower bouquet of pink and white carnations. Miss Freida Muel- ler, sister of the bride, who was maid of honor, wore a gown of peach color crepe de chine. Herbert Seilin was the best man and the ushers were: Miss Elsbeth, ister of the bride and Miss Elizabeth cousin of the bride, who were dressed in blue and maize organdy respectively. Two other at- tendants were: Win. Mueller, Jr., and Anna Kleiusehmidt of St. Paul, who was dressed in orchid crepe de chine. Dolores and Loretta Rakow, dressed in pink organdy were the dainty lit- tle flower girls. Miss Gertrude Muel- ler played the "Bridal Chorus," from LohengTin. After the ceremony a delicious six o'clock dinner was served to about eighty guests, at the home of the bride's parents. The bride is a well known and respected young lady f Yellow Bank township, where she has gro-n to womanhood. The last few years, she has been in St. Paul. The groom is a railroad employee residing in St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Miller left immediate- ly for Chicago and Milwaukee and will be.at home around July 15th at St. Paul. Jacobson-Wennblom. On Wednesday evening the mar- riage of Ida Mae Jacobsen o A. M. Wennblom, son of C. P. Wennblom, pioneer resident of Prior township, was solemnized at the English M. E. church. Pram.ptly at six o'clock, when the guests had assembled Dorothy Lof- gren of St.. James accompanied by Ruth Peterson of this city sang "Oh Promise Me," after which to the strains of the Lohengrin wedding march, played by Miss Eva Jacobsen, sister of the bride. The bridal party entered headed by the ushers, Otto and Sigurd Jacobson, followed by Lilly Erickson and Mabelle Hultgren. Hil- da Jacobson, sister of the bride, act- ing as maid of honor. Bridesmaids carrying beautiful bouquets of tea roses and lilies of the valley. Then came the ring bearer, Marselle Holl- mer, strewing the path with roses. Next came the bride leaning on the arm of her father. The bride wore a gown of white canton with silk em- broidered net and tailing bridal veil, and earried a shower of tea roses and lilies of the valley. At the altar she was met by the bridegroom and his best man, Leonard Warm- blom, the contracting parties then faced the minister, Rev. E. A. Wohl- qulst of Minneapolis, who performed the double ring ceremony. After the ceremony Dorothy Lofgren sang "I Love You Truly." At the conclusion of the singing, Lohengrin' wedding march was played and the bridal party followed by the guests, left the sanctuary and @bnt to the home of the bride's par- ents, where the guests fell in line to offer congratulations to the bride and groom. Next the guests found their places at the table which Was placed under a large tent on the lawn and grace was said by Ray. WohlquisL A four course dinner was served, covers be- ing laid for one hundred. Tables were decorated with bud roses, and bou- quets of pink roses and peonies. The color scheme being white and green. The tent being decorated with green and white streamers and large bou- quets o" peonies, mock orange and daisies. After the dinner Rev. Wohlqulst gave a very interesting toast to the bride and groom. Following this, .,ofessov J. E. Palmer acted as toast- master, cleverly introducing each one in a itting manner. Mr. Ed. Seidel of Clinton rendered a solo which was thoroughly enjoyed. Mr. Chs Csl berg gave an account of their child hood days. Misses Dorothy and Emily Lofgren sang "Wlfispering Hope." C. Condit gave a toast in behalf of the Gordon Campbell part in Clinton. Miss Ruth Paterson gave instru- mental selections. J. H. Erickson gave a toast on ad- vice to the bride and groom. The program was ended with a solo, "I found you," sang by Miss Dorothy Lofgren. Just before the guests dparted the wedding cake was cut by the bride, and coffee was served, ": The newly wedded pair departed ira- :-uvL= :.:,d v:iil [:c re:nero',ere:! by mediately by car, touring to Itaska :r. _ . , .. eo'o]e he;e. 5h'. San:p- Park and various other points in nor- :,4; ..:ae u".a: he in:e:d to build thern Minnesota. .v . r:..,h: hi- he.me ," Otonvi!le. The }u'i(i is well known in this eiLv and county, having taught school in Out at Ortonvi!e, Gophers who Big Stone county. Graduating from ay:ng elaborate plan fur the Seventh Ortonville High School with theclass Di:rict Cnvention on the shores of .. -,4. she .hen atten(leu 'leachers' :,eautifui Big Stone Lake, are getting College at Moorhead and Mankato. f:c.bbe:gasted and out of patience Berg-King. iwith tie declarations of the rest of t::e Gopher gang concerning their 2,1is Hlh'.a Berg, dau#ater of Mr. va,.'iou district meetings, "Why'" and Mrs. Andrew Berg, who lives sev- riley declared, "you could wrap them en miles up the lake, and Joe King of l all together and yet they wouldn't this city, were united in ma-iag, e compare with the big doings plan- Friday noon at the Congregational ned for the Seventh District Gang at parsonage, Rev. Paul J. Bockoven per- Orwnvi!le July 24th." So tbere you forming the ceremony. Mr. King is an Ortonville resident,, having lived here all his life The past few years, he has been travel- ing agen for the Minnesota Mutual Life Insurance Co., of St. Paul, and ha. been very- successful in tiffs work. are. ubscribe for the Independent- i In 3 Weeks ] Falling Hair Jtopa The young couple will leave for Fari- m.: only sure. safe l:ault immediateh-, where they wilt  w:: w know to over- cvn;e -all!rig hair and make their future home. } ba,unss s to remove th6 ::.:'e. =ec S*bLLi It.. %'Je .a:l n,)w aUl)piy Magnuson-Banscmer. you v. signed Kuaraa- [e v,i*h t pacKdge of The marriage of Miss Ruth Mag- van F._s. ann .m',vi:l nuson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. os tire :v stc, p fMling |:.t:r :2' sllreiY lnake Magnuson of this city, and William new i:a'r grow. For ' the reefs are still Bansemer of Big Stone City, S. D., a!'.ve nd  out oZ 100 te.ts actually took place at the home-of the bride's prov2 that Van Ess parents Satm'dav evening. Rev. Beck- ,-t: grv new h:dr and " ftu!(kh v Stud f=.ilin" oven perfovned the ceremony. Only .atr. Be sure to get Van immediate friends and relatives were Ese the only Droduct present. The young couple will be at we know that will not fall, Van " Liquid Scalp Massage, with a special a home to their many friends in Mil- pucator which insures perfect ucces i bank, S. D.. after July 1st. operation, is sold on a peal=ice guaran- - tee. which we w!li sign for you. Be suro W. D. Sampson arrived Saturday to get started at once---Van ss wnl not afternoon from Council Bluffs, Nebr.  dsppomt you. and Omaha. Mr. Sampson has spent Ortonville Drug Co. a good many of his summers in Or-] BATTE MAKES GOOD ii The Test of Time is now proving that the SPIT-FIRE Battery,is doing all we claimeil it would do AND MORE. Out of the large amount of batteries now in use, we have still to receive the first complaint. If you need a battery come in and let us show you what we have. And ask any SPIT- FIRE battery owner what he thinks of his. 0rtonville Auto & Supply Co. HALLS & HENDRICKSON, Props. These Men Should Not Advertise , .,  ,,, i i I . 'The Man who does not advertise because it costs money, should quit paying rent for the same reason. "The Man who does not advertise because he tried it and fail- ed, should throw away his cigar because the light went out. "The Man who doesn't advertise because he doesn't know how himself, ought to stop eating because he can't cook. "The Man who does not advertise because somebody said it did not pay, ought not to believe that the world is round because the ancients said it was flat." Do your shopping in The Ortonville Independent you will be better satisfied.