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FAGE4 i LAKESIDE NEv @- J. E. Gustafson who has been quite sick is improving. Mrs. T. N. Hegge entertained the Swedish Lutheran Aid last Thursday. Carl leterson has been tsaying at the J. Gustafson home the past week. Miss Lillie Bergman and her father accompanied the Petersons to Whea- ten last Sunday. Mis Tjllie Lindholm is spendin$ this week at the home of her brother, Gustav, in Ortonville. Frank Greuel left last Saturday af- ternoon for Montevideo where he will work for his brother-in-law, Frank Runchey. } The J. P. Holmquist, Oscar Holm- quiet and the Will Aldous families from Henry, S. D., had a picnic sup- per at the lake last Slmday evening. O-- $ OTREY i # Little Lena Wick is spending this week in Ortonville. "fine choir of the Eids church will practice Sunday afternoon. Arthur Anderson culled at Nels Pearson&apos;s Tuesday evening. "Billy" Sellin 8f Odessa visited at F. Holman's-Sunday afternoon. Ie Elmer Thompson family visited at Gust "Hotmblads Tuesday evening, l Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Storiem of Clinton attended the concert in church _LUE GOOSE Oh'riNG BIGI 5 ON MON DAY /our Days At Foster To Be Filled With Interesting Exents--- 150 Expected. Four days crowded with a large ariety of outdoor sports will make up the Midsummer Splash of the Da- ,rata Pond of the Blue Goose, other- wise known as the annual stmmer out- .ug of the fraternity of insurance writ- ors of North and South Dakota, in- cluding or the first time this year, these for the first time this hose from Nebraska. Foster Beach, owned and managed by A. J. Douglas, is to be the scene of the outing this year, as it has been ior several years past. Tle program for four days will open ?onday, June 27, with a clam bake beginning at 7:00 oclock in the even- ing. Tuesday forenoon quoits, tennis and clock golf will take up the time, while the afternoon wilt be devoted to swim- ming contests and fishing. Trap shooting and archery are on the calendar for Wednesday forenumh with rowing and water polo in the af- ternoon. The Blue Goose meeting will be held at 7:30 in the evening. Finals in the baseball contest and all other events on Friday will con- clude the ofur days outing. Each year about 100 members of THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT WANT ADS * * PERSONAL * FOR SALE--Second Hand Furniture, Mr. and Mrs. William Michell, who folding bed, davenport, cupboard, were married recently , of Milwaukee, and range. 12;. L. Mowery. Phone Wig., are visiting at the Frank Fey 135. 7-1-p home. Mrs. Mitchell is a sister of FOR SALE---Used Threshing Rigs, at Bargain Prices. Ortonville Imple- ment Cm,pany. 7-1-c FOR SALE--Household furniture. Mrs. R. E. Briggs, Ortonville. CaB 4-J. 7-1-c itEM STITCHINCr-Have installed Hem Stitching Machine at the home of Mrs. Cochran, formerly the Bentley house, on Second street. Price 10 and 15 cents per yard. Al- so ready to do repair work on all makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines. For hem stitching and repair work call 329. A. L. Wadda'ns. 5-tf-c. WANTED100 young Pigs. John Kaercher, Ortonville. 7-1-:: OR SALE One new 40x30 panel Minneapolis Silo, 93 ton manufac- tured by Puffer Hubbard Co. on reasonable terms. Inquire at In- dependent office. 50-tf-c ROOMS FOR RENT--Have two large rooms for rent. Location very good, and price very reasonable. Inquire at Pastime Billiard Parlor. 6-2-c Monday evening, the Blue Goqse have been coming to BARGAIN SHOE SALE---All Wear- The Misses Lillie Hiltstrom and Foster for the outing. With the ex- U-Well ,%7.98 shoes reduced to $5.9S. Minnie Johnson left this week for , ce" ption of only one year the meeting Aberdeen, S. D. for a short visit. I has been held at that place. This Other fines reduced special for this sale. A.C. Saeger. The conccr given by the Augsbut h ad&tmn m ......................... - " ' ' year wit the " " of the ember: Seminary Sextette Monday evening from Nebraska to the ranks an at- LOST--Gold wrist watch with ribbon was well attended and enjoyed by all. Everybody in this vicinity is busy getting ready fo the big celebration to be held the last of this week in Ortonville. Miss Clara Helge.m departed Sun- day evening for Presho, S. D., where $the will spend the summer with her grandmother. The Highland Farmers Club met at the schoolhouse in Dist. No. 48 Satm'- day evening. As usual a good time was reported. # tendance of about 150 is expected. A large nwnber of those who come here for the outing will come first to Ortonville, then making the trip up the lake on one of the launches. Officers for the Blue Goose are, Da- vid L. McCoy, Most Loyal Gander; John T. Woodroffe, Supervisor of the Flock; Wm. H. Comrie, Custosian of the Goslings; J. N. Thompson, Guar- dian of the Pond; J. D. Dux, Keeper of the Golden Goose; and John M. Cogley, Wielder of the Goose Quill. A. J. Douglas who has so satisfac- torily cared for them on their previ- ous "outings that they have again chos- en his place, has a place on the "Com- mittee Subject to Call by the Most Loyal Gander." WAR ON BARBERRY CARRIED INTO COUNTY (Continued from pagel) black rust can be understood from these figures. In 1904 this dreaded disea destroyed 300,000,000 bushels of wheat in the United States and Canada. In 1919, black rust again 1 took toll of bushels of 30,000,000 a , wheat in Minnesota and the Dakotas, while in 1920 the loss was probably about the same. E. C. Stakman who wrote this circular for the Spring Wheat Improvement Association adds that, "We cannot continue to grow black rust and wheat too. Either we must get rid of the rust or the rus*. will get rid of the wheat. The work is now being carried on in Ortonville, Odessa, and Akron townships. The entire country will be covered before the campaign is com- pleted. Sunday School has Picnic. Twelve girls, one of the Sunday school classes at the MethOdist church, were entertained at a picnic Wednes- day afternoon at McGee's Park by Mrs. John Kaercher, teacher of the class. They went out there abofft four o'clock and enjoyed a swim be- fore supper. Everyone had a good time. Lightning Fires Big Barn. F{re caused by lightning totally des- troyed the fine barn on the Elmer Robinson place northeast of here Wed- nesday night about 11:00 o'clocn. Be- sides the barn the contents was burn- ed, including one cow, 14 calves, 20 tons of hay, and 5000 bushels of oats. We are informed ther was no insur- ance on the contents of the barn.-- Graceville Enterprise, Farmers Petition Road Improvement. A delegation of Prior and Clinton people waited on the county conm.is- sioners Tuesday, in the interests of the east and west road. The commis- sioners promised to have the west road straightened and graded, the I-Iammerberg and Finberg sloughs will be" drained and the road graded straight thru, and probably graveled six miles west and two miles east from flhaton.--Clinton Advocate. Painting Oblivion. "Paint me a picture of oblivion." Thus spoke the chief editor to the chief artist. And the artist, sttmmoned all the aid he could find, began a picture-- one that, if it realizes its full possi- bilities, should be one of the remark- able convasses of the world. Can you visualize oblivion ? It isn't nothing. It is something that has be- come nothing. Looking at it in, a lit- tle different light, it is the place to which something goes when it has become nothing. It is not chaos. It does not possess enough substance to become chaotic. It is--well, just oblivion. Specifically, it is the place which the United States Department of Agriculture is consigning the scrub sire. How will it look in colors ? A New York surety company says husbands are more hones than bache lors. They have to b.ISayton News. --Renew your subscription to The Independent now. band while at McGee's Park on Pioneer Picnic Day. Lucille Schol- berg. FOR SALE---320 acre farm in Prior township that I am offering for sale. Will take in a good house in Ortonville on deal. For further in- formation phone 266-L or address Ortonville, Box 666. 6-2-p Illinois was the leading purchaser of feeding sheep and lambs on the Chicago market during 1920, the total number going to that State amount- ing to 249,352. Michigan, however, was a close second with 238,187. Argentina's Wheat Exports. Argentina exported 475,008 tons of wheat during the first three month of 1921, compared with 1,612,104 tons during the corresponding period of 11920, according to the Review of the River Plate. Brazil furnished the chief market, taking during that per- iod 76,108 tons. Other important pur- chasers were Holland, 43,692 tons; Belgium, 38,718 tons; and Spain, 28,740 tons. O SNIPS ON 11tg  sJ ,.,.s Importers, exporters, travelers -- ship and sall under--the Stars and Stripes EW triumphs in steel, steam and electricity have carried the ,Stars and Stripe back again to the seven geas. On more than fifty trade and passenger routes American owned and operated ships, flying the Flag, are ready to carry your goods, or to carry you, to every foreign land. They are splendid hips, the pride of American genius, de- signed and equipped to give the finest passenger comfort, service and safety, and to handle your goods in the most economical way. Operators of Paenger Services Adanlral Lin_, 17 State Street, New York, N. Y. Mateon Navigation Company, 26 So. Gay Street, Baltimore, Md. Munapn Steam Ship Liner 82 Beaver Street, New York, N. Y. New York and Porto Rico S. S. Co. I I Broadway, New York, N. Y. Paclfl Mail S. S. Co.,  Broadway, New York, N. Y. U. S. Mail S. S. Co., 4 Broadway, New York, N. Y.. Ward Line, (New brk arid CuII Mall S, S, Co:) Foot of Wall Street. Nv York, N. Y. Free use of Shipping Board film, Use of tppln| Board motion plcture films, four reels, fr on request o| an mayor, pastor Ixtmaster, O orspmt- Ittion. A Feat lt9. tloautl Dictate of shipe and throes. Write for Inform- ation to H. i..aue, Dtreete Information Bureau, Room 911, 1319 "'F'" Street, N. W.,WasIrtggon, D.C. SHIPS FOR SALB (To Amm ffsea* l) Stool steamers, both ell sad eoel burnish Aim wood amatory, wood huih oad eta./oiut tge. Ym' information obmial by toqaoet. For sailings of Sassenger and freight shi#s to all rts of the world and all other information, write an of the above lines or U-S-StflPPII BQ CORRELL NEWS I Officer of 151st Buried. The body of Lieut. John P. Rosen- wald, son of Mr .and Mrs. J. F. Rosen- wald, of Nassau, arrived in Minne- apolis last Saturday and funeral rites were held there Tesday of this week. Miss Elizabeth Alt was a caller in OrtonvilIe Monday:. Mrs. C. G. Johnson visited friends in Appleton tast week. 1 .Mrs. N. Wegdahl's mother is here visiting for a few days. spent l Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Moore unday at Big Stone Lake. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Ethel Donk Thursday. Mrs. Ed Lundgren spent a few days visiting with her parents last week. Mrs. Mevlin Ol$on returned from the Appleton hospital Saturday night. P. D. Vaughan delivered a Melotte ream Separator to Ben Gunner this week. Mrs. Willirn Shepherd returned Monday from Hutchinson where she visited relatives, Matt Luchsinger returned Monday nt from South Dakota where he has been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie and family md a number of Dawson friends spent unday at Artichoke Lake. Miss Kathryn Fruetel came here Saturday to send two weeks of sum- mar vacation with her parents. Benjamin and Mr S. A. Zimmer- man and Miss Louise Birk motored to Big Stone City Monday afternoon. Mr. and  Mrs. Wegdahl and Mr. and Mrs. Barie, Miss Ruth Barie and Miss Vivian Vaughan went fishing at Lac qui Parle Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Vaughand Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie attended meeting of the Sandridge Farmers dub at F. L. Maynard's Friday night. Miss Mabel Johnson was sent as a delegate to a Sunday School Con- ation in South Dakota. Mrs. Luch- lger is taking her place in the store. The Misses Nina and Jessie Carnp- ImH of Austin came Monday to spend few days visiting relatives. They are now staying at the Chas. Hudson kome @ ' Miss Alvina Schielke left Saturday goi Clinton. erman Schwandt, Jr., returned to Isis work in Minneapolis .on Sunday. John SheIIenbarger returned Mon- day for his trip to Castle Rock, Minne ota. The Children's Day program at the - S Evangelical church, unday morning, wan well attended. Ray. Max Melinat and daughter, Ottilie, left Wednesday to visit his ther in St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hill return- 1 Wednesday frca their visit with his sister in Minneapolis. Chas DeGreef was down from Big Stone City, Tuesday looking after the returns of the state examinations. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Semrau and lldren of Correll are spendiwg the week with her father, L. W. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Reindl and daughters, Mrs A. Hoppenstedt, Mrs. Frank chuett, Mrs. E. A. Wagner and Miss Anna Edquist autoed to Appleton IZriday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Barah Jallo. Frank Schuett took dnarge of the First State Bank. The village fire department was called out Monday noon to extinguish the fire at Rev. Melinat's barn. The children had been playing with matches in the barn and accidentally trot fire. When theyculd not extin-. aish the bla they were afraid to tell so the fa, e got a good'start. Leonard Zahrbock burned his left hand lmdly while helping fight the fire. Mrs. Fey. Her husband is at the head of the Milwaukee Manufacturing com- pany, manufacturers of farm imple- ments. Henry Hoffert and "Jack" Howell (, St. Paul are visiting friends here fox a few days. They are bound for the Pacific coast by auto. Mr. Hoffert is a full fledged aviator having seen active service in France for tw,, years. He is known as the originator of the "death dive." Lieut. Rosenwald was the first officer I of the 151st Field Artillery to be kill- ed in the war and his name will go down in history for the deeds he per- :ormed.--Bellingham Times. St. Paul Boosters at Graceville. There will be a special Booster rain here over the Great Northern Tuesday, June 21, carrying St. Paul business men who are out looking over the country and getting acquain- THURSDAY, JUNE rhe train will arrive here .ed again with their country m. and remain about utes. They will go from Browns Valley, from which will start on their return 11: o'clock.Graceville Appleton Cops Two Local ball fans were victories this week in two of the fastest teams of tion, Madison and Montevideo. Timm on the mound "cleaned" 5 to 2 on the local on Thursday afternoon of last and with Lud Pederson in the locals won from 7-6 score.--Appleton Press. Mrs. W. F, Lange of Aberdeen, S I D., and Gault Lunge of Mitchell, S t For This C. T. Lange from Saturday unti, I Wednesday. Gault is now foreman a*l the Mitchell Round House. This i I his first visit to Ortonville since the  death of his father, Jake Lange, here l dlmi|mlllll. about twelve years ago. Mrs. J. P. Johnson reports havin; a most delightful trip to Virginia lasl Ahmmum Stew Pan For ONLY 29c _ = on or before July2 " Cover only 14c extra ffi = (Regular Price 35c) = i LIMITED ds |IIer week. on a special train of Rebekahs from Minneapolis carryiup" three hun- bed delegates to the annual Rebeka[ Assembly. They were escorted to tile hall by the band .,nd par.ook of an elaborate banquet. During her visit a Virginia she called on. Mrs. Soren son and father Olaf Carlson, and als saw Emil Hegge. At Minneapolis, el her return, she visited at the Antov, Peteron home and found Mrs. V. B. Paterson and daughter Blanche there as they had just returned from, Cali- fornia enroute to Ortonville. She also visited at the Andrew Backstrom home where she met Annie Backstrom and father John Malm. Miss Back- strom is taking a commercial course. Belguim Using More Margarine. The margarine consumption of Bel- gium has now increased to 5,511,500 pounds a month, compaed with a prewar consumption of 2,204,600 pounds monthly, according to the Lea- (ion Times Trade Supplement. u. L lt00THE WEST lit[ HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesot Illl F$:l:g::gP ri:ehses nd:wWn:;err-Illl lltl Sffi$5:i0--W::hhOtaBhath llli il w., IIli " Moderate Priced --Cafe-- i SEE the daeumee-- FEEL the difference.-. KNOW mmal This Special Offer is made o you can see for g yoursdf that atuminum utensils are NOT all the i eamevear-Ever utensils  made from hard, thick, cold-rolled sheet aluminum--metal which == again and again has been passed through gigantic _ rolling mills and subjected to the preurc of huge i stamping machinee. Get your Stew Pan todayl | 0rt0nvilh Hardware Co. i..:.:......`:.:........................ At the NEW PRICES. I I |11 The Chevrolet 490 Is "the Greatest Automobile Value in the World" The lowest priced, completely equipped car on the market $645 f. o. b. Detroit i i i i ii With the drop in price of the Chevrolet and Elgin Cars there should be no reason for anyone holding off longer from purchasing the model they prefer. CHEVROLET Roadster 490 Model--f.o.b...$ 635 Touring 490 Model--f.o.b...:. 645 Coupe 490 Model--f.o.b ......... 1155 Sedan 490 Model--f.o.b ......... 1195 F. B. Model Roadster .......... $1185 Touring .................................... 1185 Coupe ........................................ 1885 Sedan ........................................ 1885 ELGIN Touring .................. Former Price $1775--Present ............. .-..$1495 Scout ...................... Former Price 1895--Present ................ 1595 Sedan ...................... Former Price 2795--Present ................ 2395 Coupe .................... Former Price 2795--Present ....... : ....... 2395 Wm. Cummens Ortonville, Minnesota FAGE4 i LAKESIDE NEv @- J. E. Gustafson who has been quite sick is improving. Mrs. T. N. Hegge entertained the Swedish Lutheran Aid last Thursday. Carl leterson has been tsaying at the J. Gustafson home the past week. Miss Lillie Bergman and her father accompanied the Petersons to Whea- ten last Sunday. Mis Tjllie Lindholm is spendin$ this week at the home of her brother, Gustav, in Ortonville. Frank Greuel left last Saturday af- ternoon for Montevideo where he will work for his brother-in-law, Frank Runchey. } The J. P. Holmquist, Oscar Holm- quiet and the Will Aldous families from Henry, S. D., had a picnic sup- per at the lake last Slmday evening. O-- $ OTREY i # Little Lena Wick is spending this week in Ortonville. "fine choir of the Eids church will practice Sunday afternoon. Arthur Anderson culled at Nels Pearson's Tuesday evening. "Billy" Sellin 8f Odessa visited at F. Holman's-Sunday afternoon. Ie Elmer Thompson family visited at Gust "Hotmblads Tuesday evening, l Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Storiem of Clinton attended the concert in church _LUE GOOSE Oh'riNG BIGI 5 ON MON DAY /our Days At Foster To Be Filled With Interesting Exents--- 150 Expected. Four days crowded with a large ariety of outdoor sports will make up the Midsummer Splash of the Da- ,rata Pond of the Blue Goose, other- wise known as the annual stmmer out- .ug of the fraternity of insurance writ- ors of North and South Dakota, in- cluding or the first time this year, these for the first time this hose from Nebraska. Foster Beach, owned and managed by A. J. Douglas, is to be the scene of the outing this year, as it has been ior several years past. Tle program for four days will open ?onday, June 27, with a clam bake beginning at 7:00 oclock in the even- ing. Tuesday forenoon quoits, tennis and clock golf will take up the time, while the afternoon wilt be devoted to swim- ming contests and fishing. Trap shooting and archery are on the calendar for Wednesday forenumh with rowing and water polo in the af- ternoon. The Blue Goose meeting will be held at 7:30 in the evening. Finals in the baseball contest and all other events on Friday will con- clude the ofur days outing. Each year about 100 members of THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT WANT ADS * * PERSONAL * FOR SALE--Second Hand Furniture, Mr. and Mrs. William Michell, who folding bed, davenport, cupboard, were married recently , of Milwaukee, and range. 12;. L. Mowery. Phone Wig., are visiting at the Frank Fey 135. 7-1-p home. Mrs. Mitchell is a sister of FOR SALE---Used Threshing Rigs, at Bargain Prices. Ortonville Imple- ment Cm,pany. 7-1-c FOR SALE--Household furniture. Mrs. R. E. Briggs, Ortonville. CaB 4-J. 7-1-c itEM STITCHINCr-Have installed Hem Stitching Machine at the home of Mrs. Cochran, formerly the Bentley house, on Second street. Price 10 and 15 cents per yard. Al- so ready to do repair work on all makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines. For hem stitching and repair work call 329. A. L. Wadda'ns. 5-tf-c. WANTED100 young Pigs. John Kaercher, Ortonville. 7-1-:: OR SALE One new 40x30 panel Minneapolis Silo, 93 ton manufac- tured by Puffer Hubbard Co. on reasonable terms. Inquire at In- dependent office. 50-tf-c ROOMS FOR RENT--Have two large rooms for rent. Location very good, and price very reasonable. Inquire at Pastime Billiard Parlor. 6-2-c Monday evening, the Blue Goqse have been coming to BARGAIN SHOE SALE---All Wear- The Misses Lillie Hiltstrom and Foster for the outing. With the ex- U-Well ,%7.98 shoes reduced to $5.9S. Minnie Johnson left this week for , ce" ption of only one year the meeting Aberdeen, S. D. for a short visit. I has been held at that place. This Other fines reduced special for this sale. A.C. Saeger. The conccr given by the Augsbut h ad&tmn m ......................... - " ' ' year wit the " " of the ember: Seminary Sextette Monday evening from Nebraska to the ranks an at- LOST--Gold wrist watch with ribbon was well attended and enjoyed by all. Everybody in this vicinity is busy getting ready fo the big celebration to be held the last of this week in Ortonville. Miss Clara Helge.m departed Sun- day evening for Presho, S. D., where $the will spend the summer with her grandmother. The Highland Farmers Club met at the schoolhouse in Dist. No. 48 Satm'- day evening. As usual a good time was reported. # tendance of about 150 is expected. A large nwnber of those who come here for the outing will come first to Ortonville, then making the trip up the lake on one of the launches. Officers for the Blue Goose are, Da- vid L. McCoy, Most Loyal Gander; John T. Woodroffe, Supervisor of the Flock; Wm. H. Comrie, Custosian of the Goslings; J. N. Thompson, Guar- dian of the Pond; J. D. Dux, Keeper of the Golden Goose; and John M. Cogley, Wielder of the Goose Quill. A. J. Douglas who has so satisfac- torily cared for them on their previ- ous "outings that they have again chos- en his place, has a place on the "Com- mittee Subject to Call by the Most Loyal Gander." WAR ON BARBERRY CARRIED INTO COUNTY (Continued from pagel) black rust can be understood from these figures. In 1904 this dreaded disea destroyed 300,000,000 bushels of wheat in the United States and Canada. In 1919, black rust again 1 took toll of bushels of 30,000,000 a , wheat in Minnesota and the Dakotas, while in 1920 the loss was probably about the same. E. C. Stakman who wrote this circular for the Spring Wheat Improvement Association adds that, "We cannot continue to grow black rust and wheat too. Either we must get rid of the rust or the rus*. will get rid of the wheat. The work is now being carried on in Ortonville, Odessa, and Akron townships. The entire country will be covered before the campaign is com- pleted. Sunday School has Picnic. Twelve girls, one of the Sunday school classes at the MethOdist church, were entertained at a picnic Wednes- day afternoon at McGee's Park by Mrs. John Kaercher, teacher of the class. They went out there abofft four o'clock and enjoyed a swim be- fore supper. Everyone had a good time. Lightning Fires Big Barn. F{re caused by lightning totally des- troyed the fine barn on the Elmer Robinson place northeast of here Wed- nesday night about 11:00 o'clocn. Be- sides the barn the contents was burn- ed, including one cow, 14 calves, 20 tons of hay, and 5000 bushels of oats. We are informed ther was no insur- ance on the contents of the barn.-- Graceville Enterprise, Farmers Petition Road Improvement. A delegation of Prior and Clinton people waited on the county conm.is- sioners Tuesday, in the interests of the east and west road. The commis- sioners promised to have the west road straightened and graded, the I-Iammerberg and Finberg sloughs will be" drained and the road graded straight thru, and probably graveled six miles west and two miles east from flhaton.--Clinton Advocate. Painting Oblivion. "Paint me a picture of oblivion." Thus spoke the chief editor to the chief artist. And the artist, sttmmoned all the aid he could find, began a picture-- one that, if it realizes its full possi- bilities, should be one of the remark- able convasses of the world. Can you visualize oblivion ? It isn't nothing. It is something that has be- come nothing. Looking at it in, a lit- tle different light, it is the place to which something goes when it has become nothing. It is not chaos. It does not possess enough substance to become chaotic. It is--well, just oblivion. Specifically, it is the place which the United States Department of Agriculture is consigning the scrub sire. How will it look in colors ? A New York surety company says husbands are more hones than bache lors. They have to b.ISayton News. --Renew your subscription to The Independent now. band while at McGee's Park on Pioneer Picnic Day. Lucille Schol- berg. FOR SALE---320 acre farm in Prior township that I am offering for sale. Will take in a good house in Ortonville on deal. For further in- formation phone 266-L or address Ortonville, Box 666. 6-2-p Illinois was the leading purchaser of feeding sheep and lambs on the Chicago market during 1920, the total number going to that State amount- ing to 249,352. Michigan, however, was a close second with 238,187. Argentina's Wheat Exports. Argentina exported 475,008 tons of wheat during the first three month of 1921, compared with 1,612,104 tons during the corresponding period of 11920, according to the Review of the River Plate. Brazil furnished the chief market, taking during that per- iod 76,108 tons. Other important pur- chasers were Holland, 43,692 tons; Belgium, 38,718 tons; and Spain, 28,740 tons. O SNIPS ON 11tg  sJ ,.,.s Importers, exporters, travelers -- ship and sall under--the Stars and Stripes EW triumphs in steel, steam and electricity have carried the ,Stars and Stripe back again to the seven geas. On more than fifty trade and passenger routes American owned and operated ships, flying the Flag, are ready to carry your goods, or to carry you, to every foreign land. They are splendid hips, the pride of American genius, de- signed and equipped to give the finest passenger comfort, service and safety, and to handle your goods in the most economical way. Operators of Paenger Services Adanlral Lin_, 17 State Street, New York, N. Y. Mateon Navigation Company, 26 So. Gay Street, Baltimore, Md. Munapn Steam Ship Liner 82 Beaver Street, New York, N. Y. New York and Porto Rico S. S. Co. I I Broadway, New York, N. Y. Paclfl Mail S. S. Co.,  Broadway, New York, N. Y. U. S. Mail S. S. Co., 4 Broadway, New York, N. Y.. Ward Line, (New brk arid CuII Mall S, S, Co:) Foot of Wall Street. Nv York, N. Y. Free use of Shipping Board film, Use of tppln| Board motion plcture films, four reels, fr on request o| an mayor, pastor Ixtmaster, O orspmt- Ittion. A Feat lt9. tloautl Dictate of shipe and throes. Write for Inform- ation to H. i..aue, Dtreete Information Bureau, Room 911, 1319 "'F'" Street, N. W.,WasIrtggon, D.C. SHIPS FOR SALB (To Amm ffsea* l) Stool steamers, both ell sad eoel burnish Aim wood amatory, wood huih oad eta./oiut tge. Ym' information obmial by toqaoet. For sailings of Sassenger and freight shi#s to all rts of the world and all other information, write an of the above lines or U-S-StflPPII BQ CORRELL NEWS I Officer of 151st Buried. The body of Lieut. John P. Rosen- wald, son of Mr .and Mrs. J. F. Rosen- wald, of Nassau, arrived in Minne- apolis last Saturday and funeral rites were held there Tesday of this week. Miss Elizabeth Alt was a caller in OrtonvilIe Monday:. Mrs. C. G. Johnson visited friends in Appleton tast week. 1 .Mrs. N. Wegdahl's mother is here visiting for a few days. spent l Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Moore unday at Big Stone Lake. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Ethel Donk Thursday. Mrs. Ed Lundgren spent a few days visiting with her parents last week. Mrs. Mevlin Ol$on returned from the Appleton hospital Saturday night. P. D. Vaughan delivered a Melotte ream Separator to Ben Gunner this week. Mrs. Willirn Shepherd returned Monday from Hutchinson where she visited relatives, Matt Luchsinger returned Monday nt from South Dakota where he has been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie and family md a number of Dawson friends spent unday at Artichoke Lake. Miss Kathryn Fruetel came here Saturday to send two weeks of sum- mar vacation with her parents. Benjamin and Mr S. A. Zimmer- man and Miss Louise Birk motored to Big Stone City Monday afternoon. Mr. and  Mrs. Wegdahl and Mr. and Mrs. Barie, Miss Ruth Barie and Miss Vivian Vaughan went fishing at Lac qui Parle Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Vaughand Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie attended meeting of the Sandridge Farmers dub at F. L. Maynard's Friday night. Miss Mabel Johnson was sent as a delegate to a Sunday School Con- ation in South Dakota. Mrs. Luch- lger is taking her place in the store. The Misses Nina and Jessie Carnp- ImH of Austin came Monday to spend few days visiting relatives. They are now staying at the Chas. Hudson kome @ ' Miss Alvina Schielke left Saturday goi Clinton. erman Schwandt, Jr., returned to Isis work in Minneapolis .on Sunday. John SheIIenbarger returned Mon- day for his trip to Castle Rock, Minne ota. The Children's Day program at the - S Evangelical church, unday morning, wan well attended. Ray. Max Melinat and daughter, Ottilie, left Wednesday to visit his ther in St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hill return- 1 Wednesday frca their visit with his sister in Minneapolis. Chas DeGreef was down from Big Stone City, Tuesday looking after the returns of the state examinations. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Semrau and lldren of Correll are spendiwg the week with her father, L. W. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Reindl and daughters, Mrs A. Hoppenstedt, Mrs. Frank chuett, Mrs. E. A. Wagner and Miss Anna Edquist autoed to Appleton IZriday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Barah Jallo. Frank Schuett took dnarge of the First State Bank. The village fire department was called out Monday noon to extinguish the fire at Rev. Melinat's barn. The children had been playing with matches in the barn and accidentally trot fire. When theyculd not extin-. aish the bla they were afraid to tell so the fa, e got a good'start. Leonard Zahrbock burned his left hand lmdly while helping fight the fire. Mrs. Fey. Her husband is at the head of the Milwaukee Manufacturing com- pany, manufacturers of farm imple- ments. Henry Hoffert and "Jack" Howell (, St. Paul are visiting friends here fox a few days. They are bound for the Pacific coast by auto. Mr. Hoffert is a full fledged aviator having seen active service in France for tw,, years. He is known as the originator of the "death dive." Lieut. Rosenwald was the first officer I of the 151st Field Artillery to be kill- ed in the war and his name will go down in history for the deeds he per- :ormed.--Bellingham Times. St. Paul Boosters at Graceville. There will be a special Booster rain here over the Great Northern Tuesday, June 21, carrying St. Paul business men who are out looking over the country and getting acquain- THURSDAY, JUNE rhe train will arrive here .ed again with their country m. and remain about utes. They will go from Browns Valley, from which will start on their return 11: o'clock.Graceville Appleton Cops Two Local ball fans were victories this week in two of the fastest teams of tion, Madison and Montevideo. Timm on the mound "cleaned" 5 to 2 on the local on Thursday afternoon of last and with Lud Pederson in the locals won from 7-6 score.--Appleton Press. Mrs. W. F, Lange of Aberdeen, S I D., and Gault Lunge of Mitchell, S t For This C. T. Lange from Saturday unti, I Wednesday. Gault is now foreman a*l the Mitchell Round House. This i I his first visit to Ortonville since the  death of his father, Jake Lange, here l dlmi|mlllll. about twelve years ago. Mrs. J. P. Johnson reports havin; a most delightful trip to Virginia lasl Ahmmum Stew Pan For ONLY 29c _ = on or before July2 " Cover only 14c extra ffi = (Regular Price 35c) = i LIMITED ds |IIer week. on a special train of Rebekahs from Minneapolis carryiup" three hun- bed delegates to the annual Rebeka[ Assembly. They were escorted to tile hall by the band .,nd par.ook of an elaborate banquet. During her visit a Virginia she called on. Mrs. Soren son and father Olaf Carlson, and als saw Emil Hegge. At Minneapolis, el her return, she visited at the Antov, Peteron home and found Mrs. V. B. Paterson and daughter Blanche there as they had just returned from, Cali- fornia enroute to Ortonville. She also visited at the Andrew Backstrom home where she met Annie Backstrom and father John Malm. Miss Back- strom is taking a commercial course. Belguim Using More Margarine. The margarine consumption of Bel- gium has now increased to 5,511,500 pounds a month, compaed with a prewar consumption of 2,204,600 pounds monthly, according to the Lea- (ion Times Trade Supplement. u. L lt00THE WEST lit[ HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesot Illl F$:l:g::gP ri:ehses nd:wWn:;err-Illl lltl Sffi$5:i0--W::hhOtaBhath llli il w., IIli " Moderate Priced --Cafe-- i SEE the daeumee-- FEEL the difference.-. KNOW mmal This Special Offer is made o you can see for g yoursdf that atuminum utensils are NOT all the i eamevear-Ever utensils  made from hard, thick, cold-rolled sheet aluminum--metal which == again and again has been passed through gigantic _ rolling mills and subjected to the preurc of huge i stamping machinee. Get your Stew Pan todayl | 0rt0nvilh Hardware Co. i..:.:......`:.:........................ At the NEW PRICES. I I |11 The Chevrolet 490 Is "the Greatest Automobile Value in the World" The lowest priced, completely equipped car on the market $645 f. o. b. Detroit i i i i ii With the drop in price of the Chevrolet and Elgin Cars there should be no reason for anyone holding off longer from purchasing the model they prefer. CHEVROLET Roadster 490 Model--f.o.b...$ 635 Touring 490 Model--f.o.b...:. 645 Coupe 490 Model--f.o.b ......... 1155 Sedan 490 Model--f.o.b ......... 1195 F. B. Model Roadster .......... $1185 Touring .................................... 1185 Coupe ........................................ 1885 Sedan ........................................ 1885 ELGIN Touring .................. Former Price $1775--Present ............. .-..$1495 Scout ...................... Former Price 1895--Present ................ 1595 Sedan ...................... Former Price 2795--Present ................ 2395 Coupe .................... Former Price 2795--Present ....... : ....... 2395 Wm. Cummens Ortonville, Minnesota THE OETONTILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. JUNE * --*[ LUE GOOSE OUTING / LAKEID NEv L I .t',k N 'ND Av $+ E. GLafson who has bn quite I ick is imploring. 'o Days At Fter To Be Filled Mrs. T. N. Hesse entertained the With lnterting Exent Swedish Lutheran Aid lst Thulsda ,. 150 ExpecLvd. Carl Fetn has been tsaying at the J. Gustafsan home the past weeta F(ur das cowded with a lal'ge afiety f outdoor spans aeeompied the uP the Midsummer Splash of thethDea- ton last Suay. ' Mi llie Lindho]m Lq mpendin Ougtav in Ortcuville I d of North d South Dakota, in Frk Guel left iast Stday af-I eluding or the first time this yea, tn for Montevid where he wills these or the fi t tree this work for his brothin-Iaw, Frpmkr those fm Neblaska. igehey. , r Foster Beth, owned and managed The J, P. Ho]mquist Osr Holm-I bY A. J. I)ouglas, zs t, be the ene ist n6 the Wi Aldous f,ils o he outing th,s year. as it has beeu from Henry, S. D, h a picnic p Jar several yea pt. per at the lake last Sunday evening. Tire pgram for four days wilI open i :londay, June 27, With a e] bake @ beginning at 7:00 oelk in the even | OTR.E I @ Tsday 'orcn quoits, tenni aml IAtle Ina Wick m spending tills leek golf will take up the time, while wk in Ortonville. the afteoon wil be devoted to swim- Th char of the Eds church "11 ate t d fi h" e 1 1 w, n,,ng co ss m, ,ng. prcti Sunday afternoon. I Trap shting and archery" are on Ai-Lbur Andeo called at Nels he ealend for Wednesday folnon Pearson's Tuesday eveuiDg, i ..ith rowing and ater polo in the af "Wily" Sell' f Od "sited at'  rn The BI G ti "11 i m w , e oon. uc semee gwl F. Holmau sSunday aftem. I held at 7:30 in the evening. ie Etmer Thompson family visited Finals in the bseball contest and at Gust Iolmblad Tuesday evenin@, l othe events ou Frldav wi con: Mr. d Mr Arthur Star/era of clyde the ofur days outilg. Cli t n atte deal th rt huh Each e ab u 100 memb r ao n eeonee mc I y ar o es ,ff onY venmg , , . Lhe Blue Gooe have b eomng to The Mstes Lllhe Hlllstm and Foster for the outing. With the ex Minnie Johnson eft this wk,. for cept on o on v. one 'ear the mt'iDg AbeI, S. D, for a short Vlmt I has been held a that place. This Te concert given by the Augsbtttg year with lo dd]tiou of the member flemmary Sextette Monday evening from Nebraska to the ranks an at- s well attended nd enjoyed by I. i tendan of abot 10 is expected. Everybody in this vicinity is busy  A large nmher of those who o geting ady fo the big Mbration! bele for the outing will come fit to to be held the ast of thi week "n o  "ll th ok" n fil e t s 1 t onw e,  m  g rip up O xonmlM. I the lake  one of the launches. Miss Clara Helgn departed Sun- I Officers for the Blue Goo a, D- y ev@ for pl.ho, S. D.. whe vi d L. McCoy OSt Loyal Gader will grend the summer wth her, John T, Woh.offe, upeisor of the grandmother. Flock; Win. H. Commie, Custoi of The Highld Faer Club met at the Goslings; 3. N, Thompson, Gua schoolhou in Dist. No, 48 Sal.- d of the Pond; J. D. Dux, KII davy evedng. AS usl a good time of the Golden Co; al Joh M  por+oed. i Cogley, Wielder of the Goo Qtd]l. * A.J. Douglas who h so tisfm: @ CORRELL NEWS I ,toril cred for them on *er pi @' ous outings that they have again ehos h p h apl e th C m Mi El zbe h k wag a eier nen ls * , ss  on e. o Olhmville Monday:. ,m itt ubject to Call by the Meal M, C. G. ffohnn vsited friends I Iyal Gsuder." in Appleton ast wk. I ...... ! WAR N ARBERRY .MI. N. Wegdahl's mother is here, CARRIED INTO COUNT'z visiting for few days. Mr. d Mrs. D A. M spent (C"fiue d |rampage ]) -- adsy at Big Stone Lake. [ blk st can be uderstood fron The Ladle' Aid met at the horse of th flgus. I 1904 this daded M Ethel Dank Thuday. I diea destroyed 300,000,000 bushels . Eel Ltmgren pent  few dys of wheat in the United States d dItlvg with her parents last week. ! Canada. 1 1919, black zst again M. Merlin Olin turned fmltook a toll of 30,000,000 bushels of le Appleton Ispltal Satnrday nL: wheat in Mimaesot and the Dakotas, 0! Or f 151.1 ]uti. WANT ADS 1 PERSONAL The body o Lieu John P. Rose.- wahl so of Mr ,and Mrs. J, F, Ron Nu, rved in Minne folding bed, davenport, eupbomx e married recently, of wauk, ad ,arise. G. L Mowey. WS., a vsitag at the Frmak Fey spoils last Saturday d funel rites 185. , home. Mr Mitchell is a sister ,,f were hehl the Toesday of this wk. g Rig, s Mrs, Fey. [Aeut Eonwa]d  the first emir of the 151 Feld Artlt. to be klb Bargtdn Prices. Ortn'nle lmpl. n, le- ed " the war and hs ne will go ment Cumpat,y. P own in history or the deeds he per- Henry I-offert and "dack" HoweIi of icrmed.--Belling ham Times. FORMic. S A LI u sehkiumlur er. E. Briggs, "dth dive.' ...... the country and getting q .... St i ........  ....... ndSdhre fl l St. Paul Boo ...... Gracevi,,e. aew ays. ' ey are om, or t 4-J. Fad fie coast by auto. Mr. Hoffe  T)ere will be a special Boostez a full flged seato having eet, raln hc over the Great Northern ve set, e in Fiance for e Fuesday, June 21, earrymg St. Pal of Mrs. Cchn, foerly the He is known as the originato business men who e out looking Bentley hon, on rond street Price 10 and 15 cenLs per yard* Ab Mrs. W F. Lange of Aberdu, S so ready to do pair work on all of Mitchell, S makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines I,ang e from Saturday stchng and A. 1. Wahlan. Rund House. This h ANTED--00 oung PZgs. John his ill'St visit to Ortonv/le sice the Kaexcher, Ortonvilte, 7. F:: death of his father, Joke Lar, ge, her about tIve years ago. ?OR SALE One ew 40x30 pane Mrs. J p. Joknn repoxts ha..it, c Minneapolis ilo, 98 ton mufac  a most delightful trip to Virginia lasi u n er u , on we  ia rah, o , ,! . - Asemb y They we e esc ,led to rnr nOOMSFORRENT--Havetwo argeild I b th ha ( . 'oak f room lot"rear 1caton vet> good '  e o,  0 - o a " b eabcrate ba,l<aC Du ng her vs and p,,ce ve[y.reo n. nqu, V g n n she c lie, [is S at Pastime Bllhard Parlor. i and BARGAIN saw Emil Hess. U Well $7.98 shoes reduced to $5.9g ker eturu, she visited at the Antor home and fount] Mrs. V. iJ Other lines zeducl Slcial for thi, sale. A, C. Saeger. and - as they had just returned from Cal LOST--Gold wrist watch band while at MeGee's pioneer Picnic Day. Lueille berg. FOR SAI,E30 re farm township that I am offering fm sate. Will take in a good hoe ir Oronvi]e ou deal. r in formation phoz  O dres Orteuville, Box 666. -2- IUino was the leading purchase," of feeding sheep and lambs on the Chleago market during 1920, the total number going to that State amounf- i.g to 249.352. Michigan, however, as a clese cond wth 238,18q. u's Whea Epots Agetna epone 47008  uf hct dung the first three meuth of 2 nmpaed bh 0 os nrg the corresponding period f 0 aeeord to the Review of the Rr pate ra used th chief arket tkg dHg ta per n 6.10 tans Other mportat pr hse ere Had 392 tons egum 88 to d pan 2740 to at the Andrew taking Belguim Using More Margarine. j The margmine consumption of Bel-I = glum has now increase] to 5.511.500----- pounds a mouth, compad with a _m pwar co=sumption of 2,204fi00 pounds monthly, according to the Lon = don Times Trle Supplement THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis. Minnol Following t h e downwal trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms ab-- $1.50 to $2.0-Without Bath $2.00 to $5.0-With Bath the train will arrive x m. ad remain They ictorles this week two of the fastest teams of t tion, Madlsnn and Moutevin. Timm on the mound Mout "eleaned' 5 to 2 en the local  an Tharsday afteem, of last and with LI Pederson in tl the locals wo. from 7- seore.--Appleton Pss. )eciaI.For This LIMITD Thi Spedal Offeis made so you can a yomaelf that Muminura utmmile are NOT all the same. "Wemve utene m made from thick, eld-roUed sheet ahmimtm -- metal which aai. a.d  has  paed through ant i falling milh and subjected to tim la'mam d huge ram#as mada Get 1ms Stw Pan tod P. D. Vaugan de ...... Me]otte! ....................... bly[ irem Sepator to Ben Gmmer tbSs abo.t the e. E. C. Stakmm, who 1oto this eiular for the Sprng x William Shepherd mturaed Wheat Improvemt Astlon adds J/  k Mnday from Hutchin whe she that, "We ot eo.finue to gw wlsRe4 relatl b1k rpst nd wheat too. Eithe we Matt Luchnger tumed Monday must get rld of the st or the  t from Soth Dakota where he will get rid of the Wheat." imm been ing rave The work is now being ed on Mr. ad M Chas. Bafie and fmily in Ortonlle, Odessa, and Akron md s number ot Dawn fends spet townships. The enth country 411 b tkdy at Artlehoke Lak covered befo the cpgn i m- Mies Ktry Fruetel e here p]eted. Smrday to nd two weetm of s- -- met vti vth her patent 8unda Schl h Pie.le. BjIn d Mr & A. Zimmer- 'elve rs, o of the Sidy Importers, exporters, snd l Loui Brk morned to mg stoe CRy Monday afternoon. Mr. aM Wegdahl and Mr. and X BaHe, Miss Ruth Be md YSS tvhn Vaagh wet rising at La Ple Monday evening. I/e. ad M P. D. Vauglumkad Mr. and Mrs. Cs. Ba attended meeting of the 8andrMge Faer dub at F. I Mawrd's Friday nlght. s Mabel 3ohnson wa nt as a delegate to a Sday 8hI Con* mon in South Dakota. M. Luch- ger is takiag he ptc in the st. The Ms Nina and Jessie Cp- be of Austm ee Monday to sd few days visions relaves. They n ntayag at the Ch. Rudson meme. ! Ms Alna Scbelke lt Saturday /Jr Cliut on. e 8ehwdt, Jr., tumed to ls work in Minapolis n Sunday. John Shellenbger taed Man+ ay for his tp to Cth hock, Mnne- aot The Children'Day pr at the Iangelieal ehfireh, Sunday morning, m well attended. ev. M Meit d daughter. Ottll ft Wednesday to sit Ms Imth in 8L PaeL Mr. and M Bernard Hill return- 1 Wy ftm their ait with i ahtar Ja Mtnneapol {aas DGre wu down from Bg City, Tuesday lkh a/ter the K*arna of fad ste afio Mr. and Mrs. Albert Semrau and dldren cf Coell  spdg the tmek with her fether, l W. Larson. Mr. and Mre. Rend} and daugkte, A. Hoppenstodt. Mrs. Frank ehuett, M. E. A. Wagner a.d Mis &uns Edqult autoed to Appleton lfiqday to attend the fuaer of Mrs. 8mah Jan  Schaett took tharg of the Ftrtt 8tare ank. The village fire decarmnt w led cut Monday noon to ea*lngsh ehe rite at Rev. MeHnat's baw Th Bdren had been playing wit matehe* In the ba d ldtl mt fire. Wh they.eeuM not exti, I=lh th bla they were efrakl t tell so the  got a good'atar latmard Zahrbeck burned his left ha.d adly while hel#ng fight the fire. school elr ses at the Methodist ehuh, we eterta/ned at a picnic Wedges- day afteran at MeOee's Pk by M. John Kaeher, teacher nf the els. They went out the abo, four o'clock and en eyed a im be fo supyer. Dverove had s seed time. Lightng Fir mg K. l mused by lightning totally des- troyed the fine ba on the Elmer Robinn ple northet of here Wed n*sday night abnut It:00 n'docn. Be sides the barn the contents was bum. ed, including one cow, 14 calves, 2O tons of hay, and 5O0O bushels nf os. We are infomd the was no insu anee on the ntents of the bam.-- Gracevne Enterp. Fres Petition Rad Irneen A deeato  Frnr d Cton peopa wted an te uty mms soner Tuesday,  the nteess of the east d et read The  soners d to hae the wet rod tghtened ud graded the erberg nd Fnbe ouh w he  draed and the d graded strh thrn and pbhy graveled s m est and twn s et Ptng Ob| ce at  d he 1 nnd a  pet ti  be ee  the a e n e the d  o 4 ohvon ? It Isn't t dlff ht,  s the p t bi etln g when  ha d  1 eugh stn t een Sely  s the p sr travelers -- ship and sall under--the Star and Stripes kl EV ium ph In eel. m A and diclty have lcd the St and Sip back again to the leven eas. On mo than fife? ade and paenget touto Amn owned and opiated th1, vtng the Flag, are tead to rW our good.  to r ou. to vcx fore land. They  splendid hlp% the pre ol Amn Wim, de- itgncd and equipped co lv the and safew, and  handle your gee& t the mt onomWal Omam of pt.*eas Srvll StSht LI s,.r For iailil[S o[ pssaaer sad tretkl skits to all tarts of tke rld aid all other information, write a. o] tb# above ltws or U'S'$HIPPIN BOARD @ 0rtonviih Hardware Co. At the NEW PRICES The Chevrolet 490 Is "the Greatest Automobile Value in the World" The lowest priced, completely equipped ear on the market $645 f. o. b. Detroit With the drop in price of the Chevrolet and Elgin Cars there should be no reason for anyone holding off longer from purchasing the model they prefer. CHEVROLET Roadster 490 Model--f.o.b...$ 635 F.B. Model Roadster .......... $1185 Touring 490 Model--f.o.b..2. 645 Touring .................................... 1185 Coupe 490 Model--f.o.b ......... 1155 Coupe ........................................ 1885 Sedan 490 Model--f.o.b ......... 1195 Sedan ........................................ 1885 ELGIN Touring ................. Former Price $1775---Present ............. .-..$1495 Scout .................... Former Price 1895---Present. ............... 1595 Sedan .................... Former Price 2795--Present. .............. 2895 Coupe .................... Former Price 2795--Present.......: ....... 2395 Win. Cummens Ortonville, Minnota FAGE4 i LAKESIDE NEv @- J. E. Gustafson who has been quite sick is improving. Mrs. T. N. Hegge entertained the Swedish Lutheran Aid last Thursday. Carl leterson has been tsaying at the J. Gustafson home the past week. Miss Lillie Bergman and her father accompanied the Petersons to Whea- ten last Sunday. Mis Tjllie Lindholm is spendin$ this week at the home of her brother, Gustav, in Ortonville. Frank Greuel left last Saturday af- ternoon for Montevideo where he will work for his brother-in-law, Frank Runchey. } The J. P. Holmquist, Oscar Holm- quiet and the Will Aldous families from Henry, S. D., had a picnic sup- per at the lake last Slmday evening. O-- $ OTREY i # Little Lena Wick is spending this week in Ortonville. "fine choir of the Eids church will practice Sunday afternoon. Arthur Anderson culled at Nels Pearson's Tuesday evening. "Billy" Sellin 8f Odessa visited at F. Holman's-Sunday afternoon. Ie Elmer Thompson family visited at Gust "Hotmblads Tuesday evening, l Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Storiem of Clinton attended the concert in church _LUE GOOSE Oh'riNG BIGI 5 ON MON DAY /our Days At Foster To Be Filled With Interesting Exents--- 150 Expected. Four days crowded with a large ariety of outdoor sports will make up the Midsummer Splash of the Da- ,rata Pond of the Blue Goose, other- wise known as the annual stmmer out- .ug of the fraternity of insurance writ- ors of North and South Dakota, in- cluding or the first time this year, these for the first time this hose from Nebraska. Foster Beach, owned and managed by A. J. Douglas, is to be the scene of the outing this year, as it has been ior several years past. Tle program for four days will open ?onday, June 27, with a clam bake beginning at 7:00 oclock in the even- ing. Tuesday forenoon quoits, tennis and clock golf will take up the time, while the afternoon wilt be devoted to swim- ming contests and fishing. Trap shooting and archery are on the calendar for Wednesday forenumh with rowing and water polo in the af- ternoon. The Blue Goose meeting will be held at 7:30 in the evening. Finals in the baseball contest and all other events on Friday will con- clude the ofur days outing. Each year about 100 members of THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT WANT ADS * * PERSONAL * FOR SALE--Second Hand Furniture, Mr. and Mrs. William Michell, who folding bed, davenport, cupboard, were married recently , of Milwaukee, and range. 12;. L. Mowery. Phone Wig., are visiting at the Frank Fey 135. 7-1-p home. Mrs. Mitchell is a sister of FOR SALE---Used Threshing Rigs, at Bargain Prices. Ortonville Imple- ment Cm,pany. 7-1-c FOR SALE--Household furniture. Mrs. R. E. Briggs, Ortonville. CaB 4-J. 7-1-c itEM STITCHINCr-Have installed Hem Stitching Machine at the home of Mrs. Cochran, formerly the Bentley house, on Second street. Price 10 and 15 cents per yard. Al- so ready to do repair work on all makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines. For hem stitching and repair work call 329. A. L. Wadda'ns. 5-tf-c. WANTED100 young Pigs. John Kaercher, Ortonville. 7-1-:: OR SALE One new 40x30 panel Minneapolis Silo, 93 ton manufac- tured by Puffer Hubbard Co. on reasonable terms. Inquire at In- dependent office. 50-tf-c ROOMS FOR RENT--Have two large rooms for rent. Location very good, and price very reasonable. Inquire at Pastime Billiard Parlor. 6-2-c Monday evening, the Blue Goqse have been coming to BARGAIN SHOE SALE---All Wear- The Misses Lillie Hiltstrom and Foster for the outing. With the ex- U-Well ,%7.98 shoes reduced to $5.9S. Minnie Johnson left this week for , ce" ption of only one year the meeting Aberdeen, S. D. for a short visit. I has been held at that place. This Other fines reduced special for this sale. A.C. Saeger. The conccr given by the Augsbut h ad&tmn m ......................... - " ' ' year wit the " " of the ember: Seminary Sextette Monday evening from Nebraska to the ranks an at- LOST--Gold wrist watch with ribbon was well attended and enjoyed by all. Everybody in this vicinity is busy getting ready fo the big celebration to be held the last of this week in Ortonville. Miss Clara Helge.m departed Sun- day evening for Presho, S. D., where $the will spend the summer with her grandmother. The Highland Farmers Club met at the schoolhouse in Dist. No. 48 Satm'- day evening. As usual a good time was reported. # tendance of about 150 is expected. A large nwnber of those who come here for the outing will come first to Ortonville, then making the trip up the lake on one of the launches. Officers for the Blue Goose are, Da- vid L. McCoy, Most Loyal Gander; John T. Woodroffe, Supervisor of the Flock; Wm. H. Comrie, Custosian of the Goslings; J. N. Thompson, Guar- dian of the Pond; J. D. Dux, Keeper of the Golden Goose; and John M. Cogley, Wielder of the Goose Quill. A. J. Douglas who has so satisfac- torily cared for them on their previ- ous "outings that they have again chos- en his place, has a place on the "Com- mittee Subject to Call by the Most Loyal Gander." WAR ON BARBERRY CARRIED INTO COUNTY (Continued from pagel) black rust can be understood from these figures. In 1904 this dreaded disea destroyed 300,000,000 bushels of wheat in the United States and Canada. In 1919, black rust again 1 took toll of bushels of 30,000,000 a , wheat in Minnesota and the Dakotas, while in 1920 the loss was probably about the same. E. C. Stakman who wrote this circular for the Spring Wheat Improvement Association adds that, "We cannot continue to grow black rust and wheat too. Either we must get rid of the rust or the rus*. will get rid of the wheat. The work is now being carried on in Ortonville, Odessa, and Akron townships. The entire country will be covered before the campaign is com- pleted. Sunday School has Picnic. Twelve girls, one of the Sunday school classes at the MethOdist church, were entertained at a picnic Wednes- day afternoon at McGee's Park by Mrs. John Kaercher, teacher of the class. They went out there abofft four o'clock and enjoyed a swim be- fore supper. Everyone had a good time. Lightning Fires Big Barn. F{re caused by lightning totally des- troyed the fine barn on the Elmer Robinson place northeast of here Wed- nesday night about 11:00 o'clocn. Be- sides the barn the contents was burn- ed, including one cow, 14 calves, 20 tons of hay, and 5000 bushels of oats. We are informed ther was no insur- ance on the contents of the barn.-- Graceville Enterprise, Farmers Petition Road Improvement. A delegation of Prior and Clinton people waited on the county conm.is- sioners Tuesday, in the interests of the east and west road. The commis- sioners promised to have the west road straightened and graded, the I-Iammerberg and Finberg sloughs will be" drained and the road graded straight thru, and probably graveled six miles west and two miles east from flhaton.--Clinton Advocate. Painting Oblivion. "Paint me a picture of oblivion." Thus spoke the chief editor to the chief artist. And the artist, sttmmoned all the aid he could find, began a picture-- one that, if it realizes its full possi- bilities, should be one of the remark- able convasses of the world. Can you visualize oblivion ? It isn't nothing. It is something that has be- come nothing. Looking at it in, a lit- tle different light, it is the place to which something goes when it has become nothing. It is not chaos. It does not possess enough substance to become chaotic. It is--well, just oblivion. Specifically, it is the place which the United States Department of Agriculture is consigning the scrub sire. How will it look in colors ? A New York surety company says husbands are more hones than bache lors. They have to b.ISayton News. --Renew your subscription to The Independent now. band while at McGee's Park on Pioneer Picnic Day. Lucille Schol- berg. FOR SALE---320 acre farm in Prior township that I am offering for sale. Will take in a good house in Ortonville on deal. For further in- formation phone 266-L or address Ortonville, Box 666. 6-2-p Illinois was the leading purchaser of feeding sheep and lambs on the Chicago market during 1920, the total number going to that State amount- ing to 249,352. Michigan, however, was a close second with 238,187. Argentina's Wheat Exports. Argentina exported 475,008 tons of wheat during the first three month of 1921, compared with 1,612,104 tons during the corresponding period of 11920, according to the Review of the River Plate. Brazil furnished the chief market, taking during that per- iod 76,108 tons. 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Miss Elizabeth Alt was a caller in OrtonvilIe Monday:. Mrs. C. G. Johnson visited friends in Appleton tast week. 1 .Mrs. N. Wegdahl's mother is here visiting for a few days. spent l Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Moore unday at Big Stone Lake. The Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. Ethel Donk Thursday. Mrs. Ed Lundgren spent a few days visiting with her parents last week. Mrs. Mevlin Ol$on returned from the Appleton hospital Saturday night. P. D. Vaughan delivered a Melotte ream Separator to Ben Gunner this week. Mrs. Willirn Shepherd returned Monday from Hutchinson where she visited relatives, Matt Luchsinger returned Monday nt from South Dakota where he has been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie and family md a number of Dawson friends spent unday at Artichoke Lake. Miss Kathryn Fruetel came here Saturday to send two weeks of sum- mar vacation with her parents. Benjamin and Mr S. A. Zimmer- man and Miss Louise Birk motored to Big Stone City Monday afternoon. Mr. and  Mrs. Wegdahl and Mr. and Mrs. Barie, Miss Ruth Barie and Miss Vivian Vaughan went fishing at Lac qui Parle Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Vaughand Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barie attended meeting of the Sandridge Farmers dub at F. L. Maynard's Friday night. Miss Mabel Johnson was sent as a delegate to a Sunday School Con- ation in South Dakota. Mrs. Luch- lger is taking her place in the store. The Misses Nina and Jessie Carnp- ImH of Austin came Monday to spend few days visiting relatives. They are now staying at the Chas. Hudson kome @ ' Miss Alvina Schielke left Saturday goi Clinton. erman Schwandt, Jr., returned to Isis work in Minneapolis .on Sunday. John SheIIenbarger returned Mon- day for his trip to Castle Rock, Minne ota. The Children's Day program at the - S Evangelical church, unday morning, wan well attended. Ray. Max Melinat and daughter, Ottilie, left Wednesday to visit his ther in St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hill return- 1 Wednesday frca their visit with his sister in Minneapolis. Chas DeGreef was down from Big Stone City, Tuesday looking after the returns of the state examinations. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Semrau and lldren of Correll are spendiwg the week with her father, L. W. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Reindl and daughters, Mrs A. Hoppenstedt, Mrs. Frank chuett, Mrs. E. A. Wagner and Miss Anna Edquist autoed to Appleton IZriday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Barah Jallo. Frank Schuett took dnarge of the First State Bank. The village fire department was called out Monday noon to extinguish the fire at Rev. Melinat's barn. The children had been playing with matches in the barn and accidentally trot fire. When theyculd not extin-. aish the bla they were afraid to tell so the fa, e got a good'start. Leonard Zahrbock burned his left hand lmdly while helping fight the fire. Mrs. Fey. Her husband is at the head of the Milwaukee Manufacturing com- pany, manufacturers of farm imple- ments. Henry Hoffert and "Jack" Howell (, St. Paul are visiting friends here fox a few days. They are bound for the Pacific coast by auto. Mr. Hoffert is a full fledged aviator having seen active service in France for tw,, years. He is known as the originator of the "death dive." Lieut. Rosenwald was the first officer I of the 151st Field Artillery to be kill- ed in the war and his name will go down in history for the deeds he per- :ormed.--Bellingham Times. St. Paul Boosters at Graceville. There will be a special Booster rain here over the Great Northern Tuesday, June 21, carrying St. Paul business men who are out looking over the country and getting acquain- THURSDAY, JUNE rhe train will arrive here .ed again with their country m. and remain about utes. They will go from Browns Valley, from which will start on their return 11: o'clock.Graceville Appleton Cops Two Local ball fans were victories this week in two of the fastest teams of tion, Madison and Montevideo. Timm on the mound "cleaned" 5 to 2 on the local on Thursday afternoon of last and with Lud Pederson in the locals won from 7-6 score.--Appleton Press. Mrs. W. F, Lange of Aberdeen, S I D., and Gault Lunge of Mitchell, S t For This C. T. Lange from Saturday unti, I Wednesday. Gault is now foreman a*l the Mitchell Round House. This i I his first visit to Ortonville since the  death of his father, Jake Lange, here l dlmi|mlllll. about twelve years ago. Mrs. J. P. Johnson reports havin; a most delightful trip to Virginia lasl Ahmmum Stew Pan For ONLY 29c _ = on or before July2 " Cover only 14c extra ffi = (Regular Price 35c) = i LIMITED ds |IIer week. on a special train of Rebekahs from Minneapolis carryiup" three hun- bed delegates to the annual Rebeka[ Assembly. 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