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THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1921 The Ortonville Independent EVEIY THURSDAY by the Farmers &amp; Merchants Printing Co. 13. Kaercher, President Frank Harris, Vice-president L. E. Lundgren, Secretary Walter Dinnell, Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS S. Halls John Kaercher Walter Dinnell Olson L.E. Lundgren Grace F. Kaercher A. B. Kaercher Kaercher " Managing Editor Erickan Associate Editor Entered as second-class matter 18, 1920, at the post office at Minn., under the Act of 3, 1879. $2.00 PER YEAR Rates m Application Representative 1 WAR-TIME CONTRACTS. General Daugherty has nounced that the Department of will investigate all major war- with the government, at such investigaton has al- The purpose of the in- gation he says "is to sift the of business concerns with the government er that those guilty of dishon- e punished, and those whose been fair may be clear- what were suspicions pre- the public mind that all the contracts are open to this investigation is in good faith not a mere whitewash, this an- should not have been as it has the eifect of warning ones to get under cover er it was so intended or not. it of Justice should go" than to punish those proven It should recover the stolen ad put in back into the treas- ncle Sam where it belongs. glgantio thefts and frauds were Public by the present adminis- or rather the National Corn- the Republican party after and the people States believed these and will therefore look to the administration to put forth Possible effort not only to pun- guilty ones but also to recover sus-icio " " " [ p us circumstance ]s b mt during the war many dnent politicians in this I cod in furnishing supplie gOvernment and ship building l under a contract, even tlm! in the business. We that the same condition in every state. Why did suddenly develop in- and contractors ? Voters of the United States will until the ureseut d- makes good in dead campaign pledges and AND THE FARMER is investigating, thru a what the trouble is farmer Instead congress its search lights inwar d what is the matter with there is a man in congress from districts who does What the trouble is with he should resign and go once. Then he will learn ! farm products are tmeh of production, and as the products went down [ CHURCH NOTICES Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:45 o'clock Sunday morning, June 26. Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:30 & m. and 7:30 p. m. Zion Lutheran Church. ?here will be no services in the Swedish Lutheran church next Sun- day, June 26, Sunday School will meet at 11:00 o'clock. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal oChurch. Rev. H. B. Adams. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. The theme for the service next Sun- day morning, June 26, will be "The Dew of God." Sunday school will meet at 11:45 a.m. Epworth League wilt meet at 7:00 p. m. The subject of the evenin service will be "The Man Who Tok a Spiritual Bath." "It is hoped that our people will plan to attend the Methodist Camp Meeting at Simpson Park, beginning July 1 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Uited Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Correll--Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. . Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. K. L. C. E. at 8:4)0 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school at 2:00 p. m,; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Akron Township Church--Services discontinued. The public is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these services- @ @ @ The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. m. PreachinK services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. Trinity Lutheran Church, August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sunday school after each service English language. First Congregational Church. anal continuing thru till July 10. There will be no services in the These will be great soul nourishing Congregational church next Sunday, services, some of the biggest men of i Jun e 26. Methodism will be present and will ,  , give us their best service" Eids Lutheran Church @ * (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. S. M. Moo of Clinton, Pastor. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be regular selwices in; the Norwegiau Lutheran church next Sunday, June 26.. Mr. Colben Jacob- son of Minneapolis will preach the morning service which will be in the Norwegian language and will begin at 11:00 o'clock. Service in the even- ing will be in the English language. The meeting which was to have been held at 3:00 o'clock last Sunday has been postponed indefinitely as the sec- retary was away. i New Oxfords For Women Brown Kid, Cuban Heel, Goodyear Welt Soles, Imita- tion Stitched Tip. Good Style Well Made New Stock While they last-- $5.00 Per Pair Christian Science. Sunday service at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Christian Science." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcame to these services. Frem reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hjelmeland celebrated their silver anniversary last Friday. Many of their friends from Eids' Church in Otrey township were present. Cigarette To seal in the delicious iurley tobacco flavor. It's Toasted PAGE 8 i i, ,i Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday VIKRE ORTONVILLE i l| Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish nly for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cookfng. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor Hart-Parr Kerosene Shunt Makes it Ideal for Belt Work The Kerosene Shunt was developed in the Hart-Parr factoT--no other tractor has it. It means not only additional power, but it means per- fect kerosene gombustionideal twer for belt work. At full 10ad this Shunt feeds cold!fuel direct to the combustion cham- ber, thus all expansion takes plae right where all the power is de- veloped and gives 20 to 25 pereefit more power than when the fuel is preheated, When the engine is on light load, this Shunt automatically forces the fuel down thru the hot exhaust manifold, preheating it before it en- ters the combustion chamber. This gives a smooth running emgine at light load and a perfect fuel mixture. Belt Power for Winter Jobs A good belt pulley doubles the vale of your tractor. Most tractors have belt pulleys, but there's as much difference in their utility as there is in tractors. Both the Hart-Parr 20 and the Hart-Parr 30 have a well-placed belt-pulley, easily controlled and di- rectly driven from the engine without extra gears /f' to cause loss of power. Come in and see the Hart-Parr or write for catalog. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS lima)' of th old Hmrt- Prr that plowed the We also handle a complete line of Power Farm- rs pralr of the NocthWet are 1! in ing equipment including Grain Threshers, Shred- :,,,,'u'', ders, Silo Fillers, Tractor Feed Mills, Tractor  woL so,t-a,, Band Concert BY Luther College Band of Decorah, Iowa AT Chautauqua Park Saturday, June 25th At 2:00 o'clock 8:00 P. M. The band this year is composed of 55 mem- bers, including the famous director, Prof. Carlo A. Sperati, who is also a teacher at the college. The}, have travelled thru the Northwest and North Pacffic states giving concerts en route. In 1914 they accepted an invitation to play before the King of Norway, and in 1915 they were engaged to play at the World's Fair at San Francisco. Don't fail to attedd=--it's the biggest treat of the season. Admission for Adults $1.00, Children 50 cents. All under 8 years free. made the shipment of Products impossible. And rates went up and the arm products went down, on farm loans soared to 8 and 10 per cent, hot, be had at that, and taxes and trebled. Farmers could their bills or buy, and busi- e, and still is, stagnant. machinery and steel the farmer must buy m proportion to the of farm products. appropriated $500,- navy that will help coffers of the steel trust "the price of steel and the price of famn ma- and increase the danger of practically farmer, when many aken from him by fixing the price of .25 per bushel when $5 and $6 pe permitting everything does it cost the govern- th excess profit and .about the extravagaoce of spending the public funds anagem,ent of govern- L the maewith congress * No. Wonder. is supposed to be a town" than St. Paul. In front of a Hen- movie theatre there this sign: and Norma Tal- son with such ia par- to draw a good crowd. new law at , The Park Garage ' A Little Capital If oI only had a tittle capital, look where I might have been to-day !" Are you going to be one of the men who say that after you have passed middle age, or are you going to be one of those who "got there" because you had that "little capital" when your chance came? Most business concerns and large fortunes had small beginnings. The men who accomplish things are not the idle rich but the'hambitious, industrious men, rich or poor. A little money saved each week and deposit- ed in the bank can be the beginning of your life venture. With the interest it earns it does not take long to accumulate capital sufficient for a start. The more you have for y0ir beginning, the surer is your success. ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA i i --Get Your Wedding Stationery At THE INDEPENDEIT. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1921 The Ortonville Independent EVEIY THURSDAY by the Farmers & Merchants Printing Co. 13. Kaercher, President Frank Harris, Vice-president L. E. Lundgren, Secretary Walter Dinnell, Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS S. Halls John Kaercher Walter Dinnell Olson L.E. Lundgren Grace F. Kaercher A. B. Kaercher Kaercher " Managing Editor Erickan Associate Editor Entered as second-class matter 18, 1920, at the post office at Minn., under the Act of 3, 1879. $2.00 PER YEAR Rates m Application Representative 1 WAR-TIME CONTRACTS. General Daugherty has nounced that the Department of will investigate all major war- with the government, at such investigaton has al- The purpose of the in- gation he says "is to sift the of business concerns with the government er that those guilty of dishon- e punished, and those whose been fair may be clear- what were suspicions pre- the public mind that all the contracts are open to this investigation is in good faith not a mere whitewash, this an- should not have been as it has the eifect of warning ones to get under cover er it was so intended or not. it of Justice should go" than to punish those proven It should recover the stolen ad put in back into the treas- ncle Sam where it belongs. glgantio thefts and frauds were Public by the present adminis- or rather the National Corn- the Republican party after and the people States believed these and will therefore look to the administration to put forth Possible effort not only to pun- guilty ones but also to recover sus-icio " " " [ p us circumstance ]s b mt during the war many dnent politicians in this I cod in furnishing supplie gOvernment and ship building l under a contract, even tlm! in the business. We that the same condition in every state. Why did suddenly develop in- and contractors ? Voters of the United States will until the ureseut d- makes good in dead campaign pledges and AND THE FARMER is investigating, thru a what the trouble is farmer Instead congress its search lights inwar d what is the matter with there is a man in congress from districts who does What the trouble is with he should resign and go once. Then he will learn ! farm products are tmeh of production, and as the products went down [ CHURCH NOTICES Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:45 o'clock Sunday morning, June 26. Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:30 & m. and 7:30 p. m. Zion Lutheran Church. ?here will be no services in the Swedish Lutheran church next Sun- day, June 26, Sunday School will meet at 11:00 o'clock. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal oChurch. Rev. H. B. Adams. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. The theme for the service next Sun- day morning, June 26, will be "The Dew of God." Sunday school will meet at 11:45 a.m. Epworth League wilt meet at 7:00 p. m. The subject of the evenin service will be "The Man Who Tok a Spiritual Bath." "It is hoped that our people will plan to attend the Methodist Camp Meeting at Simpson Park, beginning July 1 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Uited Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Correll--Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. . Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. K. L. C. E. at 8:4)0 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school at 2:00 p. m,; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Akron Township Church--Services discontinued. The public is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these services- @ @ @ The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. m. PreachinK services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. Trinity Lutheran Church, August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sunday school after each service English language. First Congregational Church. anal continuing thru till July 10. There will be no services in the These will be great soul nourishing Congregational church next Sunday, services, some of the biggest men of i Jun e 26. Methodism will be present and will ,  , give us their best service" Eids Lutheran Church @ * (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. S. M. Moo of Clinton, Pastor. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be regular selwices in; the Norwegiau Lutheran church next Sunday, June 26.. Mr. Colben Jacob- son of Minneapolis will preach the morning service which will be in the Norwegian language and will begin at 11:00 o'clock. Service in the even- ing will be in the English language. The meeting which was to have been held at 3:00 o'clock last Sunday has been postponed indefinitely as the sec- retary was away. i New Oxfords For Women Brown Kid, Cuban Heel, Goodyear Welt Soles, Imita- tion Stitched Tip. Good Style Well Made New Stock While they last-- $5.00 Per Pair Christian Science. Sunday service at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Christian Science." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcame to these services. Frem reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hjelmeland celebrated their silver anniversary last Friday. Many of their friends from Eids' Church in Otrey township were present. Cigarette To seal in the delicious iurley tobacco flavor. It's Toasted PAGE 8 i i, ,i Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday VIKRE ORTONVILLE i l| Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish nly for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cookfng. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor Hart-Parr Kerosene Shunt Makes it Ideal for Belt Work The Kerosene Shunt was developed in the Hart-Parr factoT--no other tractor has it. It means not only additional power, but it means per- fect kerosene gombustionideal twer for belt work. At full 10ad this Shunt feeds cold!fuel direct to the combustion cham- ber, thus all expansion takes plae right where all the power is de- veloped and gives 20 to 25 pereefit more power than when the fuel is preheated, When the engine is on light load, this Shunt automatically forces the fuel down thru the hot exhaust manifold, preheating it before it en- ters the combustion chamber. This gives a smooth running emgine at light load and a perfect fuel mixture. Belt Power for Winter Jobs A good belt pulley doubles the vale of your tractor. Most tractors have belt pulleys, but there's as much difference in their utility as there is in tractors. Both the Hart-Parr 20 and the Hart-Parr 30 have a well-placed belt-pulley, easily controlled and di- rectly driven from the engine without extra gears /f' to cause loss of power. Come in and see the Hart-Parr or write for catalog. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS lima)' of th old Hmrt- Prr that plowed the We also handle a complete line of Power Farm- rs pralr of the NocthWet are 1! in ing equipment including Grain Threshers, Shred- :,,,,'u'', ders, Silo Fillers, Tractor Feed Mills, Tractor  woL so,t-a,, Band Concert BY Luther College Band of Decorah, Iowa AT Chautauqua Park Saturday, June 25th At 2:00 o'clock 8:00 P. M. The band this year is composed of 55 mem- bers, including the famous director, Prof. Carlo A. Sperati, who is also a teacher at the college. The}, have travelled thru the Northwest and North Pacffic states giving concerts en route. In 1914 they accepted an invitation to play before the King of Norway, and in 1915 they were engaged to play at the World's Fair at San Francisco. Don't fail to attedd=--it's the biggest treat of the season. Admission for Adults $1.00, Children 50 cents. All under 8 years free. made the shipment of Products impossible. And rates went up and the arm products went down, on farm loans soared to 8 and 10 per cent, hot, be had at that, and taxes and trebled. Farmers could their bills or buy, and busi- e, and still is, stagnant. machinery and steel the farmer must buy m proportion to the of farm products. appropriated $500,- navy that will help coffers of the steel trust "the price of steel and the price of famn ma- and increase the danger of practically farmer, when many aken from him by fixing the price of .25 per bushel when $5 and $6 pe permitting everything does it cost the govern- th excess profit and .about the extravagaoce of spending the public funds anagem,ent of govern- L the maewith congress * No. Wonder. is supposed to be a town" than St. Paul. In front of a Hen- movie theatre there this sign: and Norma Tal- son with such ia par- to draw a good crowd. new law at , The Park Garage ' A Little Capital If oI only had a tittle capital, look where I might have been to-day !" Are you going to be one of the men who say that after you have passed middle age, or are you going to be one of those who "got there" because you had that "little capital" when your chance came? Most business concerns and large fortunes had small beginnings. The men who accomplish things are not the idle rich but the'hambitious, industrious men, rich or poor. A little money saved each week and deposit- ed in the bank can be the beginning of your life venture. With the interest it earns it does not take long to accumulate capital sufficient for a start. The more you have for y0ir beginning, the surer is your success. ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA i i --Get Your Wedding Stationery At THE INDEPENDEIT. 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE The Ortonville Independent ' t 4. CHURCH NOTICES ' EVEIy by the Chuh of st. John. Fsrl. & Merchants pnting Co. R. Fr, J. A. Sul]iv There will be mass at 8:45 o'clock unday moing, June 26. L  Viee-prldent @ 4. E Lundgren. Secretary Swedish M. E. Church. Walt A. ft. Anderson, Pastor BOARD OF DIRECTORS Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:80 L m. d John Krcher 7:30 p. m. Walter Diell L. E. Lundgren , Zi L*uthan Church. GreF.Krcher Thl will be no services in tile church next S- Uuitet Evangelical Olh. Chrgatiaa 8den F. W. Agie, ptor. ] Sday rvie at 10:45  m, Corl-Sundty school a t 10:30 a., Subject, "Christian Selene." Be Photographed This Year m. Phing at 7:30 p. . I Wednesday series at 8:0  m. All On Your Birthday Oda--Preaehing service at 10;00. are welce to the rviees. F a.m. Sunday hool at 11:00 a. m. ading room ill their hail (Shumglcer K. L. C. g. at 8:00 p.m. building). Open every Tuday and J ..................................... VIKRE Akron Township Church--Services last Friday Mmy of their fneud alternate Sday at 3:00 p.m. ---, Steinle Schoolhouse Sunday school Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hjelmeld IORTONVlLLK at 2:00 p, ,m; phing at 3:CO p. m. celebratl their silver anniversary diontinued- [ from Eids' Church in Stay to--ship '/'he public is eordlally invited to l prent. meet with  at all of these seires- R. ft. H. Mayne, Ptor The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. B g Stone C t y.Preh ng services A. B. her - Managing Edltor lkksoa send-cl , at the post of S day, Ju 26, Sunday School wHI meet at 11:00 o'clock. V @ Valley Methodist Epipal at t0:00  m. Sunday hoo at 00 hurch. a.m.K. L C. E. meeting at 7:3O p. R. H. B. Adds. m. Preaching so.ices at 8:00 p. m.[ Regular svees every Sunday af- Sunday hool at twel o'clock. Applier|on Methodist Eplopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Ptor. The theme for the seiee next Sun- day moing. Ju.e 26. will be "The God." Sunday school will WAR-TIME CONTRACTS. Epworth Leagu General Daugherty has The sub,eel I that the Deptment of of the evening; rviee will he "The ill ivestigate all major war Man Who Tok a Sgitual Bath." "If s hoped that our eugie will pl tc such investigaten the Methodist Camp Meeting The purpose of the n- at Simeon Park. beginuin July "is to sift ann continuln th till July I' Thee vll be great soul ,on,shin with the government eices, some of the biggest men guilty will be prent and will give us their best srvi" 4. @ we susgicions pre- Norwegian Luheram the public mind that all the] Rev, J. Walseth, Ptor. eontrts are open to Tbe  will . e Ne egh instlgatmn is in good froth Sunday, June 26. Mr. a mere whitewash, this an sen nf Minneapolis villi preach the thShOuld not have been moing selwi which will be n he : as the effect of warng Nolvegian language and will heglu ones to, get under   at oo o, ock. Se' e in the c ,en- ; was o intended or not ing will Im in the English language. rnent of Justice should gc The meeting which wns to have been, an to punish those pven heir] at 3:00 o'clock last Sunday has[ shou]d l.ecom r the st!e hn postponed indefinitely as the s-, pat in baek into the ta ,w . " . fs the the Repu b e party afte p ..... New Oxfords ar<l wil 1 thefo look to th administtin to put For Women prayer mting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8: p. m. Adetalde Prehing seices eve other Sday at 2:30 p. Everybody is cordially invited to a tend the mee in a et gs" I Trinity lth Chuk AugUst Balling, ptr. Sei every Sunday at 10:00 a m. or 2:00 p. m, German lguag Sunday hl after each rvce Engilsh Igue. First Conzregatlul Church. Tbe will be no seiees in th Congregational urch next Sunda @ ,V'Let Us Serve You  _ |  Whether you are really hungry or wish nly for arette a light lunch you will find that food prepared V U and served at The Pie House has a satisfying To sea I I. the flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is dollclous 'urloy home cooked. tobacco flavor. NO substitutes are used i Fie House eooldng. It's Toasted We use only the bess ingredients. during the politicians in tpplies p buildin ; under a contract, ev the nove in the business. We i e that the se eonditun every "state. Why dd uddenly develop in- of the United mak good in dead pledges and instigatlng. Brown Kid, Cuban Heel, Goodyear Welt Soles, Imita- tion Stitched Tip. Good Style Well Made June 26. I Eids Lutheran Church Rev $ bl Moe of Cnton Pastor THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor Hart-Parr Kerosene Shunt Makes it Ideal for Belt Work The Kosene Shunt was developed iu the Hart.pa factory--no other tractor h iL It nveas not only additional power, but i mes per- feet  omhustion--Ideal wer for belt work. At full 1o this Shunt fls lduel 4'ret to the combustion cham- ber, th all expsion takes plae rght whe all the por i de- veloped nnd gives 2O to 25 peeht mn power than when the fur4 i pbented. When the engine is on light ]ead,'tbls Shur automatleally fos the fuel do th the hot exhumer ,anifold, preheatin$ it befot, it en- te the mbustlon chamber, 211is gives a sraooth running gine at light load and a perft fuel xtn. Belt Power for Winter Jobs. A good belt ptflley doubles the vgi of your triter. Most trato have belt pulleys, but there's  much diffemn in their utility ha is in tto. Both the Hat-Pn 2O and the Hatt-p& 3O ha Band Concert BY Luther College Band of Deeorah, Iowa AT Chautauqua Park Saturday, June 25th At 2:00 o'clock 8:00 P. M. The band this year is composed of 5.5 mem- bers, including the famous director, Prof. Carlo A. Sperati, who is also a teacher at the college. They have travelled thru the Northwest and North Pific states giving concerts en route. In 1914 they accepted an invitation to play before the King of Norway, and in 1915 they were engaged to play at the World's Fair at San Francisco. Don't fail to attedd-it's the biggest treat of lad NewStock awell.plaeedblt.pulleyteasilyntrolledddb  theseason. Admission for Adults $1.00, Chiklren rt]y driven fm the engine without ext gee  50 cents. Al under 8 years free. to nun loss of power. While they last Come in and see *he HartPa ngss fm wh q ;HTe;;,., ......... tit $ 00 ALV m  " r,.,n  go . TTHEWS ..... ............ w ........................... -==: I 00.tt,e Ca.ita, I lag enlpmmt ineluding Grain Threshara, 8hrl- .a.%*. d farm prodts a aeh pe r PBir der, Silo Fills, Tractor Feed Mills. Tralr *', of predation, and  the Di Harwlh Plow etc.     1* " sr pr[uets went down It made the hipmen of Pruets impsible. Ann *  ]f-I only had a tittle capital, look where I end ........ p =d the m might have been to-day!" . m arm products wont down, | rtgn.l ....... d .. --  v Areyougoingtobeoneofthemenwhosay eat to 8 and 10 per eent' ] that after you have passed middle age, or are behadat that'mMtaxps I you going to be one of those who "got there" tbled. Farmers could os or b, and b,i- I because you had that "little capital" when your arm .............. ] chan ...... ? n mhnery and stl  the  .......  boy m Most business concerns and large fortunes I  in proportion to the [[ had small beginnings. II pace of faro prodects.  appropriated $500,  The men who accomplish things are not the l[ te navy that will help ....... ers of the steel tst m idle rlch but the %znbltmus industrious men, the prl ......  nud  rich or poor. ;he pri of farm maf increase the danger o ] , A little money saved each week and deposit- 'propriated praeti]ly ] ed in the bank can be the beginning of your life le famaer' wh'n many  venture. With the interest it earns it does not 0o was faken from hhn by fixing the pri of I][[]] take long to accumulate capital sufficient for a ' Iar bushel when it ]{ start. The more you have for yotir beginning, wn $5 and $6 per the surer is your success. 0[. .................. . i] [First Nn0000onall I es it cost the govern- th excess profit d file extravagnn,e of ndlng the public funds tnaent of govern- nasrth congress ? ]s pposod to be town,, than" St.P .... II / OBTONVILL MINN]SOTA ] I 1 ....... m:'tfaH'n'the "1 ' = " l F  wi math m -.Ct Your Wedding Staflory At THE INDEPENDF. THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1921 The Ortonville Independent EVEIY THURSDAY by the Farmers & Merchants Printing Co. 13. Kaercher, President Frank Harris, Vice-president L. E. Lundgren, Secretary Walter Dinnell, Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS S. Halls John Kaercher Walter Dinnell Olson L.E. Lundgren Grace F. Kaercher A. B. Kaercher Kaercher " Managing Editor Erickan Associate Editor Entered as second-class matter 18, 1920, at the post office at Minn., under the Act of 3, 1879. $2.00 PER YEAR Rates m Application Representative 1 WAR-TIME CONTRACTS. General Daugherty has nounced that the Department of will investigate all major war- with the government, at such investigaton has al- The purpose of the in- gation he says "is to sift the of business concerns with the government er that those guilty of dishon- e punished, and those whose been fair may be clear- what were suspicions pre- the public mind that all the contracts are open to this investigation is in good faith not a mere whitewash, this an- should not have been as it has the eifect of warning ones to get under cover er it was so intended or not. it of Justice should go" than to punish those proven It should recover the stolen ad put in back into the treas- ncle Sam where it belongs. glgantio thefts and frauds were Public by the present adminis- or rather the National Corn- the Republican party after and the people States believed these and will therefore look to the administration to put forth Possible effort not only to pun- guilty ones but also to recover sus-icio " " " [ p us circumstance ]s b mt during the war many dnent politicians in this I cod in furnishing supplie gOvernment and ship building l under a contract, even tlm! in the business. We that the same condition in every state. Why did suddenly develop in- and contractors ? Voters of the United States will until the ureseut d- makes good in dead campaign pledges and AND THE FARMER is investigating, thru a what the trouble is farmer Instead congress its search lights inwar d what is the matter with there is a man in congress from districts who does What the trouble is with he should resign and go once. Then he will learn ! farm products are tmeh of production, and as the products went down [ CHURCH NOTICES Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:45 o'clock Sunday morning, June 26. Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:30 & m. and 7:30 p. m. Zion Lutheran Church. ?here will be no services in the Swedish Lutheran church next Sun- day, June 26, Sunday School will meet at 11:00 o'clock. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal oChurch. Rev. H. B. Adams. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. The theme for the service next Sun- day morning, June 26, will be "The Dew of God." Sunday school will meet at 11:45 a.m. Epworth League wilt meet at 7:00 p. m. The subject of the evenin service will be "The Man Who Tok a Spiritual Bath." "It is hoped that our people will plan to attend the Methodist Camp Meeting at Simpson Park, beginning July 1 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Uited Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Correll--Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. . Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. K. L. C. E. at 8:4)0 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school at 2:00 p. m,; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Akron Township Church--Services discontinued. The public is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these services- @ @ @ The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. m. PreachinK services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. Trinity Lutheran Church, August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sunday school after each service English language. First Congregational Church. anal continuing thru till July 10. There will be no services in the These will be great soul nourishing Congregational church next Sunday, services, some of the biggest men of i Jun e 26. Methodism will be present and will ,  , give us their best service" Eids Lutheran Church @ * (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. S. M. Moo of Clinton, Pastor. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be regular selwices in; the Norwegiau Lutheran church next Sunday, June 26.. Mr. Colben Jacob- son of Minneapolis will preach the morning service which will be in the Norwegian language and will begin at 11:00 o'clock. Service in the even- ing will be in the English language. The meeting which was to have been held at 3:00 o'clock last Sunday has been postponed indefinitely as the sec- retary was away. i New Oxfords For Women Brown Kid, Cuban Heel, Goodyear Welt Soles, Imita- tion Stitched Tip. Good Style Well Made New Stock While they last-- $5.00 Per Pair Christian Science. Sunday service at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Christian Science." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcame to these services. Frem reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hjelmeland celebrated their silver anniversary last Friday. Many of their friends from Eids' Church in Otrey township were present. Cigarette To seal in the delicious iurley tobacco flavor. It's Toasted PAGE 8 i i, ,i Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday VIKRE ORTONVILLE i l| Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish nly for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cookfng. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor Hart-Parr Kerosene Shunt Makes it Ideal for Belt Work The Kerosene Shunt was developed in the Hart-Parr factoT--no other tractor has it. It means not only additional power, but it means per- fect kerosene gombustionideal twer for belt work. At full 10ad this Shunt feeds cold!fuel direct to the combustion cham- ber, thus all expansion takes plae right where all the power is de- veloped and gives 20 to 25 pereefit more power than when the fuel is preheated, When the engine is on light load, this Shunt automatically forces the fuel down thru the hot exhaust manifold, preheating it before it en- ters the combustion chamber. This gives a smooth running emgine at light load and a perfect fuel mixture. Belt Power for Winter Jobs A good belt pulley doubles the vale of your tractor. Most tractors have belt pulleys, but there's as much difference in their utility as there is in tractors. Both the Hart-Parr 20 and the Hart-Parr 30 have a well-placed belt-pulley, easily controlled and di- rectly driven from the engine without extra gears /f' to cause loss of power. Come in and see the Hart-Parr or write for catalog. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS lima)' of th old Hmrt- Prr that plowed the We also handle a complete line of Power Farm- rs pralr of the NocthWet are 1! in ing equipment including Grain Threshers, Shred- :,,,,'u'', ders, Silo Fillers, Tractor Feed Mills, Tractor  woL so,t-a,, Band Concert BY Luther College Band of Decorah, Iowa AT Chautauqua Park Saturday, June 25th At 2:00 o'clock 8:00 P. M. The band this year is composed of 55 mem- bers, including the famous director, Prof. Carlo A. Sperati, who is also a teacher at the college. The}, have travelled thru the Northwest and North Pacffic states giving concerts en route. In 1914 they accepted an invitation to play before the King of Norway, and in 1915 they were engaged to play at the World's Fair at San Francisco. Don't fail to attedd=--it's the biggest treat of the season. Admission for Adults $1.00, Children 50 cents. All under 8 years free. made the shipment of Products impossible. And rates went up and the arm products went down, on farm loans soared to 8 and 10 per cent, hot, be had at that, and taxes and trebled. Farmers could their bills or buy, and busi- e, and still is, stagnant. machinery and steel the farmer must buy m proportion to the of farm products. appropriated $500,- navy that will help coffers of the steel trust "the price of steel and the price of famn ma- and increase the danger of practically farmer, when many aken from him by fixing the price of .25 per bushel when $5 and $6 pe permitting everything does it cost the govern- th excess profit and .about the extravagaoce of spending the public funds anagem,ent of govern- L the maewith congress * No. Wonder. is supposed to be a town" than St. Paul. In front of a Hen- movie theatre there this sign: and Norma Tal- son with such ia par- to draw a good crowd. new law at , The Park Garage ' A Little Capital If oI only had a tittle capital, look where I might have been to-day !" Are you going to be one of the men who say that after you have passed middle age, or are you going to be one of those who "got there" because you had that "little capital" when your chance came? Most business concerns and large fortunes had small beginnings. The men who accomplish things are not the idle rich but the'hambitious, industrious men, rich or poor. A little money saved each week and deposit- ed in the bank can be the beginning of your life venture. With the interest it earns it does not take long to accumulate capital sufficient for a start. The more you have for y0ir beginning, the surer is your success. ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA i i --Get Your Wedding Stationery At THE INDEPENDEIT.