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THURSDAY, "AGE-6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT who lives :bout five miles south of] Lien Foreclosure Sale of Personal First pub. June 23, 3w 0rtonvilie near the state-line, sac- Property In Possession. Order Limiting Time to File Claims ummed to a second stroke last Fri- Notice is hereby given: and for Hearing Thereon. Estate of Jennie B. Cooper, (lay afternoon, June it7. She was That default has occurred in the STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of slightly over thirty-six years and six payment of lawful charges against Big Stone, In Probate Court. In the months old at the time of her death, the personal property hereinafter de- matter of the estate of Jennie B. Death came suddenly, and with lit- scribed, for which the undersigned has Cooper, Decedent. tle warning, for ,she had been feeling a claim and lien for actual services Letters of administration this day well most of the time. The confined rendered and performed in the care, having been granted to John Michel]; to her bed after the first stroke she custody, storage, making, altering and It is ordered, that the time within was well enough now to be about the repairing of said personal property which all creditors of the above named and for moneys paid to other persons house and attead to a part of the for such purposes, all being reason-] decedent may present claims against his estate in this Court, be, and the work. Friday morning she had been able disbursements necessarily incur- same hereby is, limited to six months in Ortonville, and at noon was feeling red and expended by the undersigned from and after the date hereof; and well. Immediately after dinner she for the purposes above set forth upon that Monday the 26th day of Decem- was stricken and died at 4:40 that at- the following described personal pro- ber, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the ternoon, perry now in the possesion of the Probate Court Rooms at the Court- Mrs. Clara Dunse was a daughter undersigned described as follows, to house at the Cit yet Ortonville, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller and was wit: One four @finder Flander's in .said county, be and the same here- born in Grant county, South Dakota, Touring automobile, number twenty, by is, fixed and appointed as the time November 27, 1884. She was married That there is now due on said lien and place for hearing upon and the to Fred Dunse on February 23, 1909. on account of the lawful charges:examination, adjustment and allow- against said property for care, caste- ance of such claims as shall be pre- She is survived by her mother and dy, storage, making, labor, altering! sented within the time aforesaid. step-father, Mr. and Mrs. August and repairing and othedibursements Let notice hereof be given by de Fitzner, four sisters, Mrs. F. A. the sum of Eighty-five and fifty one- publcation of this order in the Or- Bethke, Mrs. M. J. Hausauer, Mrs. hundredths ($85.50) Dollars, no part tonville Independent as provided by FIRST 30-DAY SHOWING Herbert Evers, and Mrs. Artah Puder, of which has ever been paid. law. UNDER BABCOCK PLAN two half-sisters, Miss Corn Fitzner That said sum is due and owing to Dated June 22, 1921. and Miss Laura Fitzner, one brother, A. S. Halls of Ortonville, Minn., who R.B. HUDSON, $3,000,000-a-year Maintenance Edward Muelter, two half-brothers, is th%wner and holder of said lien (Court Seal) Judge of Probate and is in actual possession of said per- Force organized. More thn Leonard Fitzner and William Fitzner, sohal property thereunder, such la- First pub. June 23. 3w 1,000 patrolmen and 25 fleets of and a step-daughter, Blondina Dunse. bor, cave, storage, custody, making, Order Limiting Time to File Claims trucks and tractors on the job Her father died about thirty-two years altering and repairing and other dis- within Three Months, and on trunk routes, ago. bursements having all been made and for Hearing Thereon. $3,000.000 of Early State Im- Funeral services were held Monday paid for by him upon said property. Estate of Hugh C. Mathews. prbvements Ordered, Contracts afternoon. June 29. with short rvices That the grounds of said lien are STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of let for $2,000,000 of ltew con- at the home at 1:00 o'clock, followed as follows, towit: The automobile Big Stone, in Probate Court. In struction and others t o b e by services at the St. John's Lutheran above described was on the 20th day the matter of the estate of Hugh C. of June, 1919 placed in the possession Mathews, Decedent. awarded in the near future, church south of Big Stone City. In- and care and custody of said A.S. Letters of administration this day $4,500,000 o f State-County tenment was made in the cemetery at Hails by one John Doe, who claLmed having been granted to Anna Mat- Projects Approved. Trunk high- the St. John's church. The Rev. Mr. to be the owner thereof, with instruc- hews. and it appearing by the affidavit way improvements with county Bartling officiated, tions to make, repair, alter and care of said representative that there are bond funds launched under state Mr. and Mrs. Ed..Witt and Mrs. for said automobile and said John Doe no debts of said decedent; reimbursement guaranty. Gust Dunse of Windom, cousins of promised to pay therefor, and there- It is ordered, that the time within Local road authorities relieved Mr. Dunse and Frank Kramer of after to the date hereof said A. S. which all creditors of the above nmned of expensive burden of trunk Mr. Dunse and Frank Kramer of Lew- Halls has had possession of said auto- decedent may present claims against mobile and has furnished new parts his estate in this CoUrt, be, and the highway improvements and re- iston, Minn., an uncle of Mrs. Fred and repaired and remodelled, made and sme hereby is, limited to three pairs, helped with program of Dunse. were out-of-town relatives who enhanced the value of and stored said months from and after the date here- $12,590,000 betterments on let- attended the funeral, automobile at his own cost and ex- o ',, and that Men(lay. the 26th day of pense, at the city of Ortonville;,Big September. 1921. a 10 o'clock a. m., eral or feeder roads. Are you on our mailing list and re- Stone County, Minnesota, and on ac- in the Probate Court Rooms at the @ ceivin' The Independent every week? count thereof bases his claim for said Courthouse at the City of Ortonville funds and stte aid for improve- If not, drop in and leave your address lien under the' statutes of the state in said county,'&e, and the same here- ments and repairs on laterals or feed- and We will gladly send you each is- of Minnesota. by is, fixed and appointed as the time er roads. County bond funds used, l sue. $2.00 a year in advance. That more than ninety (90) days and place for hearing" upon and the has elapsed since said sum secured examination, adjustment and allow- more money will be available in fu- o , by such lien became due and the same ance of .uch claims as shall be pre- tare years for feeder than for trunk  LEGAL NOTICES | has never been paid; that by reason sented within the time aforesaid. roads, it was explained. " Q  of the failure of said John Doe to pay Let notice hereof be given by the Charles M. Babcock, state highway t Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. I the debt secured by said lien under publication of this order in the Orton- the laws of the state of Minnesota ville Independent as provided by law. ,commissioner, with John H. Mullen as- [ Default having been made ,in the the whole amount thereof is declared Dated June 21st, 1921. istant commissioner and chief high- conditions of a certain mortgage con- to be due and owing to said A.S. R.B. HUDSON, wcay engineer, and other staff men, taining a Power of Sale# dated March Halls. (Court Seal) Judge of Probate and with the co-operation of county 1, 1916, and, recorded in the office of the road authorities, is working to spread Register of Deeds of Big Stone County, NOW, THEREFORE, The automo- benefits as rapidly as possible. The t Minn., March 11, 1916, at 4 oclock p. bile above described will be sold par- highway program for this season is lm. in book 50 of mortgages on page suant to the Power of Sale authoriz- well under way, official figures show, ] 173, whereby N. J. Wilkins and Mary ed under the Statutes of the state of ltho less than 60 days have passed M. Wilkins, mortgagors, mortgaged to Minnesota al public auction sale to the Frank Miller, mortgagee, the South highest bidder for cash on Saturday since the Legislature of 1991 put Half (S[) of the Southwest Quarter the 2nd day of July, 1921 mt 10:00 C-odd Roads Amendment No. 1 into (S.W.) of Section Thirteen (13) and o'clock in the forenoon of said day, effect, releasing funds and granting the NorthWest Guarter (N.W.) of which sale willbe made by the Sheriff necessary authority. Preliminary Section Twenty-four (24), township of said county at the front door of tho work was done quickly, however, and One Hundred Twenty-one (121), Ortonville Auto and Supply Corn- ]big developments are shown during Range Forty-six (46), Big Stone pany building on Second street in the he last thirty days. County, Minn., by c which default the city of Ortonville, county of Big A list of new construction projects Power of Sale :has become operative Stone, state of Minnesota, to satisfy n which nearly $5,000,000 of state and na action or proceeding at law the debt secured by said lien and the expenses incurred in the care, storage, having been instituted to recover the custody, making, altering and repair nd county funds is to be spent and debt secured thereby or any part ing of said automobile until the date which are located in nearly 50 widely thereof, and there is claimed to be of said sale, and the costs and ex, scattered sections of the state was re- due on tlds mortgage to the date here- eently give! out by O. L. Kipp and ........... penses of and accruing out of these oi ne sum oi even xnousana e our foreclosure roceedin-s J. T. Ellison, chief oltgineers on cony Hundred ScreWy-nine and fifty four -- - P g on- h -----]- " ........... 7 That there will be due on the date truction and bridges, respectively, v unureubns t+,.aa) uouars, of a ,-1 ^ ,u ........ w+.. ..^ -a About $3,500,000 of these are already ..... , ......... ,,=--z s=,,, -= rift,,-ne h,,d-edhs 85 n D -n- uder contracts, the department an-  o::j m with the cost of storage and expenses t nounced, and a cal f0Y bids will be l na p $es - of sale and interest on stud sum at sld at pu'bhc auetmn bY the Sheriff f "th rt ^ ,,  - o,,  .... w "* ,  '6 ve, ..... Wter! a made soon on the remaining and other said county or his deputy on Saturday, ,,er annum orojeets, tJllYfr23?92JoatolOl:elCokr" Ioat  Dated at Ortonville, Minn., this 7th m Ortonvi, m stud county, to pay " OBITUARY  .... , day of June, 1921 t said debt, interest, attorney's fees and A.S.LienHALLSHoldet. ' I " disbursements allowed bylaw. ,,t ; Ura'er Mrs. Fred Ditnse. , Dated June , 1921. A.B. KAERCHER, After having recovered almost First Pub. June 9 Last June 23 Ortonville, Minn. holly from a stroke of paralysis FRANK MILLER, Attorney for Lien Holder, Mortgagee. hlch she suffered last Septrtber, A.,B. KAERCHER, Attorney, --Renew your subscription to The for your Battery Mrs. Fred Dunse, wife of Fred Dunse, Ortonville, Minn. Independent now. i i i i L i i  | ii i i H i .i L ........ Water is as necessary to battery life as it is to plant IHe. The water shoul be pure and it should be put into ' the battery regularly, at least once every two weeks. You can easily put this l water in, but we will gladly do it if you prefer We are also equipped to recharge and repair bat- terles. We carry a com- plete line of Willard bat- ' $625 f. o. b. Detroit tery parts, rental batteries and Willard Threaded Rub- Power Farming with Ford berBatteries. the son ' Ask us how Willard The Fotdon Tractor is taking care of every power ioh; it is taking the durdgery out of farm Threaded Rubber Imula- work and salving the labor problem. Power farming with the Fordson reduces the cost of preparing tion puts an end to the land to almost one half what it would be with horses, and saves a third to a half of the farmer's time.' separator replacement ex- What ma.her  for the factory, the Fordn is accomplishing on tke farm---it is increasing pro- pense caused by warped, duetiol at" lower ots and making farm life attractive. Apply" this power farming idea in your 2 allons per hour. It will run the electric light cracked, punctured and car- threshing. More,a.nd mre farmers are making phmt, operate the milking machines and straw bonized wood separators. themselves independent of unfavorable conditions baler--will take care of every kind of belt work. by using the Fordson tractor linked up with a light thresher. By seizing the right moment and The Fordson plows 6 to 8 acre in a 10-hour Harris & Wilson being able to do the job without waiting and in day,handling two plows with ease in the average quick time, crop tosses are avoided and profits in- soil. It requires an average of l/s to 2 gallons creasl, of kerosene to the acre. ORTONVILLE, MINN. It is the ideal year-round trator. It will The Fordso operates with kerosene. When pay for its fall and winter keep in many ways lia used on belt work, running at full power at 1,000 such as road work, hauling grain to the elevator, / R. P. M., the fuel qonsumption does not exceed pumping water and moving granaries, J. Arthur Matthews & Company Batteries Ortonville, linnesota. / _ III I III I I I I | I I I III I MINNESOTA SPEEDS HIGHWAY PROJECTS TO COST $26,000,000 Com. Babcock and Aides Start Main- tenance and New Construction On Statewide Scale. Minnesota's highway development ]program, to pull the state out of the mud and into the front of good roads ranks, is rapidly passing from the ]plan to the actual performance tage, ccording to official figures given ou this week by the state highway de- ]pertinent. Road funds from all sources and for all purposes in Minnesota this year will aggregate $26,333,000, as an- mounced, and will includ $13,850,000 of automobile tax revenue, federal aid and county bonds for use on trunk ihighways, and $12,500,000 of local tax Make "SAVE" YOUR What is better than that? Savings is the of success. You reap whayou sow. Don't expect to vest a crop of dollars for your old age unless you a few today. ORTONVILLE STATE B John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, Ass't. Tailoring of Distincl illl _ BY BROWN BROS. MERC. TAILORS and FURRIERS 21 South Sixth Street Minneapolis, Many Satisfied Customers in MICHELIN has overcome "the causes of fire freebie Non-Parallel NUMBER 8 When wheels are not parallel wheels), tires must be dra common fault, especially of fron over the ground, so to since they revolve at an angle the direction in which the car travelling. Ordinary tires wear away rapidly as a salt of such abuse, but Michelins stand up long that only carelessness can account failure to detect the trouble before the is vitally affected. This is due to the er toughness, thickness and breadth of Michelin Tread. Come in aa Michelins with other tires in these " tant points. Pufahl's Garage FORD PARTS AND FORD ACCESSORIES CONTILOLLIN00 00CTOp00S TO 00ucc00ss HONESTY of pose, thtwill succeed, a working plan, PROPERLY DLED ACCO1 With a SAFE, GRESSIVE, COM MOIA_TIN BANK such as one is known We invite your .count. THURSDAY, "AGE-6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT who lives :bout five miles south of] Lien Foreclosure Sale of Personal First pub. June 23, 3w 0rtonvilie near the state-line, sac- Property In Possession. Order Limiting Time to File Claims ummed to a second stroke last Fri- Notice is hereby given: and for Hearing Thereon. Estate of Jennie B. Cooper, (lay afternoon, June it7. She was That default has occurred in the STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of slightly over thirty-six years and six payment of lawful charges against Big Stone, In Probate Court. In the months old at the time of her death, the personal property hereinafter de- matter of the estate of Jennie B. Death came suddenly, and with lit- scribed, for which the undersigned has Cooper, Decedent. tle warning, for ,she had been feeling a claim and lien for actual services Letters of administration this day well most of the time. The confined rendered and performed in the care, having been granted to John Michel]; to her bed after the first stroke she custody, storage, making, altering and It is ordered, that the time within was well enough now to be about the repairing of said personal property which all creditors of the above named and for moneys paid to other persons house and attead to a part of the for such purposes, all being reason-] decedent may present claims against his estate in this Court, be, and the work. Friday morning she had been able disbursements necessarily incur- same hereby is, limited to six months in Ortonville, and at noon was feeling red and expended by the undersigned from and after the date hereof; and well. Immediately after dinner she for the purposes above set forth upon that Monday the 26th day of Decem- was stricken and died at 4:40 that at- the following described personal pro- ber, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the ternoon, perry now in the possesion of the Probate Court Rooms at the Court- Mrs. Clara Dunse was a daughter undersigned described as follows, to house at the Cit yet Ortonville, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller and was wit: One four @finder Flander's in .said county, be and the same here- born in Grant county, South Dakota, Touring automobile, number twenty, by is, fixed and appointed as the time November 27, 1884. She was married That there is now due on said lien and place for hearing upon and the to Fred Dunse on February 23, 1909. on account of the lawful charges:examination, adjustment and allow- against said property for care, caste- ance of such claims as shall be pre- She is survived by her mother and dy, storage, making, labor, altering! sented within the time aforesaid. step-father, Mr. and Mrs. August and repairing and othedibursements Let notice hereof be given by de Fitzner, four sisters, Mrs. F. A. the sum of Eighty-five and fifty one- publcation of this order in the Or- Bethke, Mrs. M. J. Hausauer, Mrs. hundredths ($85.50) Dollars, no part tonville Independent as provided by FIRST 30-DAY SHOWING Herbert Evers, and Mrs. Artah Puder, of which has ever been paid. law. UNDER BABCOCK PLAN two half-sisters, Miss Corn Fitzner That said sum is due and owing to Dated June 22, 1921. and Miss Laura Fitzner, one brother, A. S. Halls of Ortonville, Minn., who R.B. HUDSON, $3,000,000-a-year Maintenance Edward Muelter, two half-brothers, is th%wner and holder of said lien (Court Seal) Judge of Probate and is in actual possession of said per- Force organized. More thn Leonard Fitzner and William Fitzner, sohal property thereunder, such la- First pub. June 23. 3w 1,000 patrolmen and 25 fleets of and a step-daughter, Blondina Dunse. bor, cave, storage, custody, making, Order Limiting Time to File Claims trucks and tractors on the job Her father died about thirty-two years altering and repairing and other dis- within Three Months, and on trunk routes, ago. bursements having all been made and for Hearing Thereon. $3,000.000 of Early State Im- Funeral services were held Monday paid for by him upon said property. Estate of Hugh C. Mathews. prbvements Ordered, Contracts afternoon. June 29. with short rvices That the grounds of said lien are STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of let for $2,000,000 of ltew con- at the home at 1:00 o'clock, followed as follows, towit: The automobile Big Stone, in Probate Court. In struction and others t o b e by services at the St. John's Lutheran above described was on the 20th day the matter of the estate of Hugh C. of June, 1919 placed in the possession Mathews, Decedent. awarded in the near future, church south of Big Stone City. In- and care and custody of said A.S. Letters of administration this day $4,500,000 o f State-County tenment was made in the cemetery at Hails by one John Doe, who claLmed having been granted to Anna Mat- Projects Approved. Trunk high- the St. John's church. The Rev. Mr. to be the owner thereof, with instruc- hews. and it appearing by the affidavit way improvements with county Bartling officiated, tions to make, repair, alter and care of said representative that there are bond funds launched under state Mr. and Mrs. Ed..Witt and Mrs. for said automobile and said John Doe no debts of said decedent; reimbursement guaranty. Gust Dunse of Windom, cousins of promised to pay therefor, and there- It is ordered, that the time within Local road authorities relieved Mr. Dunse and Frank Kramer of after to the date hereof said A. S. which all creditors of the above nmned of expensive burden of trunk Mr. Dunse and Frank Kramer of Lew- Halls has had possession of said auto- decedent may present claims against mobile and has furnished new parts his estate in this CoUrt, be, and the highway improvements and re- iston, Minn., an uncle of Mrs. Fred and repaired and remodelled, made and sme hereby is, limited to three pairs, helped with program of Dunse. were out-of-town relatives who enhanced the value of and stored said months from and after the date here- $12,590,000 betterments on let- attended the funeral, automobile at his own cost and ex- o ',, and that Men(lay. the 26th day of pense, at the city of Ortonville;,Big September. 1921. a 10 o'clock a. m., eral or feeder roads. Are you on our mailing list and re- Stone County, Minnesota, and on ac- in the Probate Court Rooms at the @ ceivin' The Independent every week? count thereof bases his claim for said Courthouse at the City of Ortonville funds and stte aid for improve- If not, drop in and leave your address lien under the' statutes of the state in said county,'&e, and the same here- ments and repairs on laterals or feed- and We will gladly send you each is- of Minnesota. by is, fixed and appointed as the time er roads. County bond funds used, l sue. $2.00 a year in advance. That more than ninety (90) days and place for hearing" upon and the has elapsed since said sum secured examination, adjustment and allow- more money will be available in fu- o , by such lien became due and the same ance of .uch claims as shall be pre- tare years for feeder than for trunk  LEGAL NOTICES | has never been paid; that by reason sented within the time aforesaid. roads, it was explained. " Q  of the failure of said John Doe to pay Let notice hereof be given by the Charles M. Babcock, state highway t Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. I the debt secured by said lien under publication of this order in the Orton- the laws of the state of Minnesota ville Independent as provided by law. ,commissioner, with John H. Mullen as- [ Default having been made ,in the the whole amount thereof is declared Dated June 21st, 1921. istant commissioner and chief high- conditions of a certain mortgage con- to be due and owing to said A.S. R.B. HUDSON, wcay engineer, and other staff men, taining a Power of Sale# dated March Halls. (Court Seal) Judge of Probate and with the co-operation of county 1, 1916, and, recorded in the office of the road authorities, is working to spread Register of Deeds of Big Stone County, NOW, THEREFORE, The automo- benefits as rapidly as possible. The t Minn., March 11, 1916, at 4 oclock p. bile above described will be sold par- highway program for this season is lm. in book 50 of mortgages on page suant to the Power of Sale authoriz- well under way, official figures show, ] 173, whereby N. J. Wilkins and Mary ed under the Statutes of the state of ltho less than 60 days have passed M. Wilkins, mortgagors, mortgaged to Minnesota al public auction sale to the Frank Miller, mortgagee, the South highest bidder for cash on Saturday since the Legislature of 1991 put Half (S[) of the Southwest Quarter the 2nd day of July, 1921 mt 10:00 C-odd Roads Amendment No. 1 into (S.W.) of Section Thirteen (13) and o'clock in the forenoon of said day, effect, releasing funds and granting the NorthWest Guarter (N.W.) of which sale willbe made by the Sheriff necessary authority. Preliminary Section Twenty-four (24), township of said county at the front door of tho work was done quickly, however, and One Hundred Twenty-one (121), Ortonville Auto and Supply Corn- ]big developments are shown during Range Forty-six (46), Big Stone pany building on Second street in the he last thirty days. County, Minn., by c which default the city of Ortonville, county of Big A list of new construction projects Power of Sale :has become operative Stone, state of Minnesota, to satisfy n which nearly $5,000,000 of state and na action or proceeding at law the debt secured by said lien and the expenses incurred in the care, storage, having been instituted to recover the custody, making, altering and repair nd county funds is to be spent and debt secured thereby or any part ing of said automobile until the date which are located in nearly 50 widely thereof, and there is claimed to be of said sale, and the costs and ex, scattered sections of the state was re- due on tlds mortgage to the date here- eently give! out by O. L. Kipp and ........... penses of and accruing out of these oi ne sum oi even xnousana e our foreclosure roceedin-s J. T. Ellison, chief oltgineers on cony Hundred ScreWy-nine and fifty four -- - P g on- h -----]- " ........... 7 That there will be due on the date truction and bridges, respectively, v unureubns t+,.aa) uouars, of a ,-1 ^ ,u ........ w+.. ..^ -a About $3,500,000 of these are already ..... , ......... ,,=--z s=,,, -= rift,,-ne h,,d-edhs 85 n D -n- uder contracts, the department an-  o::j m with the cost of storage and expenses t nounced, and a cal f0Y bids will be l na p $es - of sale and interest on stud sum at sld at pu'bhc auetmn bY the Sheriff f "th rt ^ ,,  - o,,  .... w "* ,  '6 ve, ..... Wter! a made soon on the remaining and other said county or his deputy on Saturday, ,,er annum orojeets, tJllYfr23?92JoatolOl:elCokr" Ioat  Dated at Ortonville, Minn., this 7th m Ortonvi, m stud county, to pay " OBITUARY  .... , day of June, 1921 t said debt, interest, attorney's fees and A.S.LienHALLSHoldet. ' I " disbursements allowed bylaw. ,,t ; Ura'er Mrs. Fred Ditnse. , Dated June , 1921. A.B. KAERCHER, After having recovered almost First Pub. June 9 Last June 23 Ortonville, Minn. holly from a stroke of paralysis FRANK MILLER, Attorney for Lien Holder, Mortgagee. hlch she suffered last Septrtber, A.,B. KAERCHER, Attorney, --Renew your subscription to The for your Battery Mrs. Fred Dunse, wife of Fred Dunse, Ortonville, Minn. Independent now. i i i i L i i  | ii i i H i .i L ........ Water is as necessary to battery life as it is to plant IHe. The water shoul be pure and it should be put into ' the battery regularly, at least once every two weeks. You can easily put this l water in, but we will gladly do it if you prefer We are also equipped to recharge and repair bat- terles. We carry a com- plete line of Willard bat- ' $625 f. o. b. Detroit tery parts, rental batteries and Willard Threaded Rub- Power Farming with Ford berBatteries. the son ' Ask us how Willard The Fotdon Tractor is taking care of every power ioh; it is taking the durdgery out of farm Threaded Rubber Imula- work and salving the labor problem. Power farming with the Fordson reduces the cost of preparing tion puts an end to the land to almost one half what it would be with horses, and saves a third to a half of the farmer's time.' separator replacement ex- What ma.her  for the factory, the Fordn is accomplishing on tke farm---it is increasing pro- pense caused by warped, duetiol at" lower ots and making farm life attractive. Apply" this power farming idea in your 2 allons per hour. It will run the electric light cracked, punctured and car- threshing. More,a.nd mre farmers are making phmt, operate the milking machines and straw bonized wood separators. themselves independent of unfavorable conditions baler--will take care of every kind of belt work. by using the Fordson tractor linked up with a light thresher. By seizing the right moment and The Fordson plows 6 to 8 acre in a 10-hour Harris & Wilson being able to do the job without waiting and in day,handling two plows with ease in the average quick time, crop tosses are avoided and profits in- soil. It requires an average of l/s to 2 gallons creasl, of kerosene to the acre. ORTONVILLE, MINN. It is the ideal year-round trator. It will The Fordso operates with kerosene. When pay for its fall and winter keep in many ways lia used on belt work, running at full power at 1,000 such as road work, hauling grain to the elevator, / R. P. M., the fuel qonsumption does not exceed pumping water and moving granaries, J. Arthur Matthews & Company Batteries Ortonville, linnesota. / _ III I III I I I I | I I I III I MINNESOTA SPEEDS HIGHWAY PROJECTS TO COST $26,000,000 Com. Babcock and Aides Start Main- tenance and New Construction On Statewide Scale. Minnesota's highway development ]program, to pull the state out of the mud and into the front of good roads ranks, is rapidly passing from the ]plan to the actual performance tage, ccording to official figures given ou this week by the state highway de- ]pertinent. Road funds from all sources and for all purposes in Minnesota this year will aggregate $26,333,000, as an- mounced, and will includ $13,850,000 of automobile tax revenue, federal aid and county bonds for use on trunk ihighways, and $12,500,000 of local tax Make "SAVE" YOUR What is better than that? Savings is the of success. You reap whayou sow. Don't expect to vest a crop of dollars for your old age unless you a few today. ORTONVILLE STATE B John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, Ass't. Tailoring of Distincl illl _ BY BROWN BROS. MERC. TAILORS and FURRIERS 21 South Sixth Street Minneapolis, Many Satisfied Customers in MICHELIN has overcome "the causes of fire freebie Non-Parallel NUMBER 8 When wheels are not parallel wheels), tires must be dra common fault, especially of fron over the ground, so to since they revolve at an angle the direction in which the car travelling. Ordinary tires wear away rapidly as a salt of such abuse, but Michelins stand up long that only carelessness can account failure to detect the trouble before the is vitally affected. This is due to the er toughness, thickness and breadth of Michelin Tread. Come in aa Michelins with other tires in these " tant points. Pufahl's Garage FORD PARTS AND FORD ACCESSORIES CONTILOLLIN00 T-ACTOrS ]70 00ucc00ss HONESTY of pose, thwill succeed, a working plan, PROPERLY DLED ACCO1 With a SAFE, GRESSIVE, COM MOIA_TIN BANK such as one is known We invite your .count. who lh,es about five miles south of'Lien ForIosu Sale of Persal Fitpub. June, 3 MINNESOTA SPEEDS Ortonrllle near the state Bne, oc 1 Property In Pslon. Order Limiting Time to File Claimt HIGHWAY PROJECTS summed to a second stroke las Fri-I Notice is hereb," given, and for Hearing Thorns. well most of the time, The confined tendered and perforred'm th care TO COST 260007000 do} afteoon. June 17" Shu w s That default has cnrr n th STAT E OF MINNESOTA, County oj Estate of Jennie Cooper. shghtly over thirty-siX years mid six payment of lawful charges against Big Stone, [n probate Cort. In th dCom. Babck and Aides Start Main- months did at the time of her death th e personal property herinafter de- matter of the Late of Jennie B, tenan and New Cnslti Death came s/ldenly, d with lit- scribed, for whleh the undersigned ha Cooper, Dedt. On storewide Scale. Lie waing for she had been fling a claim and Hen for actual servi ]tter s o admlniatration t]us do -- having been granted to John Michel] lmesota' highway devolopmet to her bed after the fit sttke she I custody, storage,makJng, altermg and it ig ordeal, that the time within' lrogram, to pull the tate out of th was well enough now to be about the pmrmg of said personal property which all editors of the above nl aml for moneys prod to other pern ud and into the fkont of good ads house d attend  a part of the!fur such pmyposes alI being ason- decedent may prent e]mms agaiust ranks, is rapidly psing from the work. Fnday monung she had been ahie disbursements nessarily ncur his estatu in ths Court, be, and the lan to the actual Ferfo stage, in Ornnvil[e, ar at nn was fhng red and expendt by the dersigne" same he.by is, limited to sit months erdig to official figures gn ou well, Iofliately after dinner she for the purposes above set forth upoz fm md after the dute hel=eof; and was s rickea and d ed at 4:40 hat af-[the following descrihed lrSena pro. that Monday the 26th day of Deem this week by the state highway de- tendon" ] perry now in the possession of the her. 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the lartment. Road funds from cdi us ad for Mrs C ara Douse was a daugh er m!dersign ed descrzbe! as follows t Probate Court Rms a the Court hose at the Cit yof OrtonvJl]e, I] purpos in Minnot this year of Mr and Mrs. Frk Mue]ler and w!Wlt:. One four eyhnder Flae' bl said county, be and the same he Tounng automohlle number twenty J]l aggregate $26533,000,  an- bo n G  coon v, Sou h Dakota, , by is, fixed and appointed as the time November 27 184 "She was married] That there is now due on said lier ounod, and wilt inelud $13550,000 t F 1 D e F h 23 1909 on account of the lawful chge anti ple for hing upon and the of automobile tax n, federal aid oShr ! uu .  b e ary th' i ! against said property for ca custo- anceeXam/natiO'uf such claimsadjustmentas thailand bellW'pre nd eonty boc fr  on tnk * e m survive y er me er an I dy, storage, making, labor, alterln sented within the time afosaid ighways, d $12,00,000 of local tax tep father, Mr. and M. August and repainng and othedibursement Le t noti hereof be given by the! Ftznet, four sisters, Mrs. F. A. the s of Eighty-five and fifty one pabl'catlon of ths order in the Or. Bethke, M. M. J. Hausar, Mr. hundredths ($85.50) Dolla,  llr tony]lie lmlepndnt as provided b FIRST 0-DAY SHOWING Herbert Evers, and M. Arth Puder, of hlch has ever been paid. law , 9 UNDER BABCOCK PLAN two half-si4ers, Mi Co Fitznur That said sum is du d owing tc Dated June 22, ]. 2L -- d M[s Laura Ftzner one bther A. S. Halls of Ortonflle, Mime., ihe IL B. HUDSON, tS,000$O0-a-yr Malntenan Edward Mud?or two half brother is e oer ad he der of zd lea Foe orgized. Mo t n L , . , , d is in actual posssion of said ge (Court Seal Judge of Probat 1,0o0 patrolmen and 25 flthof eord F tzner anti Wflll]. Fltzner0 oha proper y hereunder, such a- First pub. June 28 , ............. 0 and a step-daughter, Blondl Dunse.bor, e, stooge, custody, mak ng, order Limiting Time to File Claims treks md tto on the job Her father died about thirty two year I altering and repairing and other dis- within Three Mnnth and on tnk utes ao. bursements having all been made and - fo r Hearing Thern. $9.000,000 of Ely State In- Foneral seiees were hekl Mondayl paid for by him upon a poperty. Estate of Hugh C, Mathews. pr6vements Ordered( Contrts afternoon. June 20, with short rvieel That the gunds of said OF MINNESOTA, County ot let for $2 000 000 of iw con- at the home at h0O o'clock, renewed  follows, towit: The Big Stone, in Pbate Court. | above described was on the 20h day the matter of the estate of lIugh C s me on and o h*r t o b e by err re a the S John's uthera f Je 1919 i d th on ' $4,600,000 o f State-County i tnment was made m the cemetery t Hails by one John Doe, who c aln*ed having hn grtt to Azma Mat awarded in the near future ' eh u eh south of Big Sto City. n nd ' d p u e in e ssessl S Mathew% Ded'nt . . i a ca e  c stody of said A Letters of admmstratlon this day Projects Applve d. TRunk high- , the " Jh' chuh" he Roe" Mt'to be the owner thereof, with instluc- hew, and t applZi g by he amdav t Way improvements with county I ! thllg offiClad, tidES to ke, repair, alter and care of said pmsentative that the bond un launchl under state I I Mr. md Mrs. Ed. -Wilt and Mrs. fur said automobile and said John Doe no debts of sad decedent; relmbnment gx anty . Gust Dun of W ndom, cons ug o men'sod to pay therefor and there- t is ozded th  he time wth n - . ,Mr Dune a Fratk Kramer of afer to the dae hereof said A, S whiehalletditnrsoftheabevenmnl L I oadathtl relevel M D F k IlIalsha ha p ss f fid u I let p ga cr . u es 1  r useam ra n Kramerof w_ s use one s a n- ,e n may resin calms a .ms of experts ve urden of  k M. mo e and has fu rushed row artlhis e tare in this Court be and the h" h nt  I on mn an uric e of Mm. Fet e . , g wa mlpveme s am . )u uer ou " o . an(lpalr, andremodeled madeand s*e he'eb, n c o hoe pa he [m W h prog'am of i " n, e -oz-t wn relatives wno e hasted he va ae of d stm saJdlmonths frnm and after the date ho $12500000 better s on lat- i I attended the funeral, automobil e at his own cost and ex- of and that Mnndav he 2Oh ay of[ ' i l  ,ou on our mailing hot ad re- Stol e County MinnESOta oral on as- in the Pbate Cou t Rooms a he: ex-al or feeder roads A --. pense, a he c ty of Ortonvi eBig Sop em ,r. 192 , a 0 o'clock a. m., ----@'eeixhg The Independent ecery week? count thereof bases his elai for said Cou hou e t he C y of Ortonv e! fund and sta e a d fo mprove-I If no. dp in aud leave your address lien under the statutes of the state in sam eouaty,,be and the same hel ments an  ells on laterals or feed I an We w g a y sen you each is- of hIinnesot hy s fixed a: d appo nted as the t reel or roads dcPunt houd fuilds use I ! sue. $2.00 a year tt advan e ] Thai more than ninety 90 days an I place for he lug upo and t E . y . t'i,has eiapsol sin sald s secured examinatin , adjustment and allo mo money w he ava abe n fu ....... . - f I 1 e--@ by su h I en became due and he ame ,ce o uc  c alms us shall he pro tu years for fd?r than for tnk LEGAL NOTICES / has never been paid that hy asnn nted within the time afosa]d. a ,t .,ad t h h *-- __;ofthe failuof aidohn.oo.ay , noti heo b gon by the C  t g s a ]g aY i - le debt cured by sdd lien under puhhcaton of this oer in hg Ota- ar , , I No ce of Mortgage Fornicate Sale. ' t I LI e d t ommissioner, with John H. Mul en as-] D f I " . :the laws of the state of Mlnneso a v e ep n en as provided by law. istan comm s oaer and ch of h gh  au t having bn made 'In the the whole amount therf Is declared Dalai June 21st 1921. ay eng'nr and other staff  copdltlous of a rtain mortgage con-it o be due and ow ng o sa d A S R. B HUDSON, , , taming a rower of Sale# dated March, Its a (Court Sea ) Judge of Probate gad with tie eopetttion of county[ 9 6 eorded n heolficeofthe " ad authontles, is workmg to spread[ Register of Doeds of Big Stone Counl , NOW, THEREFOI, The automo- ble abo e described will e ]d pu benefits us rapidly a possible. The Minn,, Mah 11, 1916, at 4 oelk 1 v , r- highway pgral for this a.n is wil under way, official figures show, lthe less thms 60 days ha psqsed highest biddt e the Legislatu of tSI put Frank Miller, mortgagee, the the 2nd day of Half ($!) of the Southst Quotes o'eik in t f of Good Roads Amdment NO. 1 Into (S.W.) ffett, ]eing fds d grating the Northwest Gautier which le w 1 b y msry authority. Plirainar Section Twentyfo (24), tonghlg of id county al ,t ork w done quickly, hewev, and One Htmdred Tenty-one (12X). Ortonville Auto and Supply Com. party building on Send stt in th Ibis daelopments a ho dmLng Range Fort-slx (46), Big Stone city of Ortonvil, uvty of Bi e.he last hlrty days. Co%, Mi., b which default the Stne stat of Miscasts, o t A lis of new construction pjts power of Sale has become rperati cn which ly $5,000,000 of state tad county funds is to be apt and which a Ioted in [y 50 widely eently 4vem out by O. I, Kpp a T. Eli, stolon d bridges, pectively. one hunddths Abe $8,500,000 of these a almly der ntrts, the deparSnent an- nolmd, d a ea f#r bids will be ff sale - th e fnt dr of th Dated at OrtoIwIHe, Mb., this ?tt er in Ortonvile, in saldeeoty to pa day of June, 1921, -- OBII2ARY sa debt, intest, attorney's fe d A.S..HALLS ,, Dated June 5 19*Z1 A- B. KAERCHER, Mr Fred  A ,BOr t enville ,KAERCHERAe y, Independn t your now. . .rag ph n '9 ' Oronville Mia a]er Fl . e Last ' 23 At  ' ' Ho r Mter haLg roeouted ILLER, ...... ", FRANK M to ey for Lmn [de holly fm a stroka of parysis Moae .... Mch she suffered last epteher, --Renew shtiptlo to Tb  t for your Battery Water is as necessary to -  battery llfe as it iS to plant 1lie. , The water shoul be pure -nd it should be put into the battery regularly, at least once every two week. You can easily put this water in, but we will gladly do it if you prefer. We are also equipped to recharge and repair bat- terles. We carry a corn* plete line of Willard bat- $625 f. o. b. Detroit tory parts, rental batteries and WiIlard Threaded Rub- P F rming F o d bcratterits. ower a r son u. Wiil.00d The Ft rtct i taking care of ry power job; it is taking the dury eat of farm Threaded Rubtr Inlin- wk and vng the Mbr pblem- Power farming with the For&on redas the et of pp[ng ties put an end to the laud t 14mo*t ee half what it would he with tse and save a third to a half of the farm's time.' separator replacement or- What m  for the ftor, the Fordson h accomplishing  the fmit is ireaslng pro- Apply ts power farming idea in your 2. allons per hcar. It will rn the eltrie light ac]d, :pxltctUred zLrd c&r= threshmg Moreandd..mmb mere fsme are making alei'--wflltagt' operate the milking  and sraw bo(d wood atol,, themselves m of azffaxrable &ona by ing th  t9 r linked up with a are event take of ktrd belt work. light tksh .................... r d ............. 00o,oh-- Harris _& Wilson being able to do the ob without waiting d iu daY,'hadIing two plows with ee i the avage qme, crop iose are avoide d d pflt s in_ i]. It requis an average of 1=/t to 2 ffMIons of kse to the . ORTONVILLE. MINN. it is the idea] year-ud tr tr. It will The Ford os with keoaene. When pay for its fMl and winter keep i many ways used on belt work, nrng at full po at 100 eh  ad work, hauling grain to th e elevator, R, P M., he fuel qnsp on d not exd pping water d moving granarle. J, Arthur Matthews & Company Batteries Make "SAVE" YOUR SLOGt What is better than that? Saving is the fodati ofsuees. You reap what-you sow. Don'texpeut tehal vest a ep of dolla for your eId age unless you plant a few today. ORTONVILLE STATE BA] John Carln, Prident. C J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. 8tohe, A. ( Tailoring of Distinctic --BY-- BROWN BROS. MERC. C( TAILORS and FURRIERS 21 Soth Sixth Strut Minno]i, Mhm Many Satisfied Customers in Ortonvl has oVereomo t/w cause of file NUMBER Non-Parallel When wheels are not parallel wheels), tires must common fault travelling. HONEST.Y of p pose, thwi | succeed, a prop working pinn, PROPERLY HAN DLED ACCOUN1 With a SAFE, pRI GRESSIVE, AI COMMOEATIN BANK such as th one is known to b We invite your a ount. THURSDAY, "AGE-6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT who lives :bout five miles south of] Lien Foreclosure Sale of Personal First pub. June 23, 3w 0rtonvilie near the state-line, sac- Property In Possession. Order Limiting Time to File Claims ummed to a second stroke last Fri- Notice is hereby given: and for Hearing Thereon. Estate of Jennie B. Cooper, (lay afternoon, June it7. She was That default has occurred in the STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of slightly over thirty-six years and six payment of lawful charges against Big Stone, In Probate Court. In the months old at the time of her death, the personal property hereinafter de- matter of the estate of Jennie B. Death came suddenly, and with lit- scribed, for which the undersigned has Cooper, Decedent. tle warning, for ,she had been feeling a claim and lien for actual services Letters of administration this day well most of the time. The confined rendered and performed in the care, having been granted to John Michel]; to her bed after the first stroke she custody, storage, making, altering and It is ordered, that the time within was well enough now to be about the repairing of said personal property which all creditors of the above named and for moneys paid to other persons house and attead to a part of the for such purposes, all being reason-] decedent may present claims against his estate in this Court, be, and the work. Friday morning she had been able disbursements necessarily incur- same hereby is, limited to six months in Ortonville, and at noon was feeling red and expended by the undersigned from and after the date hereof; and well. Immediately after dinner she for the purposes above set forth upon that Monday the 26th day of Decem- was stricken and died at 4:40 that at- the following described personal pro- ber, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the ternoon, perry now in the possesion of the Probate Court Rooms at the Court- Mrs. Clara Dunse was a daughter undersigned described as follows, to house at the Cit yet Ortonville, of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller and was wit: One four @finder Flander's in .said county, be and the same here- born in Grant county, South Dakota, Touring automobile, number twenty, by is, fixed and appointed as the time November 27, 1884. She was married That there is now due on said lien and place for hearing upon and the to Fred Dunse on February 23, 1909. on account of the lawful charges:examination, adjustment and allow- against said property for care, caste- ance of such claims as shall be pre- She is survived by her mother and dy, storage, making, labor, altering! sented within the time aforesaid. step-father, Mr. and Mrs. August and repairing and othedibursements Let notice hereof be given by de Fitzner, four sisters, Mrs. F. A. the sum of Eighty-five and fifty one- publcation of this order in the Or- Bethke, Mrs. M. J. Hausauer, Mrs. hundredths ($85.50) Dollars, no part tonville Independent as provided by FIRST 30-DAY SHOWING Herbert Evers, and Mrs. Artah Puder, of which has ever been paid. law. UNDER BABCOCK PLAN two half-sisters, Miss Corn Fitzner That said sum is due and owing to Dated June 22, 1921. and Miss Laura Fitzner, one brother, A. S. Halls of Ortonville, Minn., who R.B. HUDSON, $3,000,000-a-year Maintenance Edward Muelter, two half-brothers, is th%wner and holder of said lien (Court Seal) Judge of Probate and is in actual possession of said per- Force organized. More thn Leonard Fitzner and William Fitzner, sohal property thereunder, such la- First pub. June 23. 3w 1,000 patrolmen and 25 fleets of and a step-daughter, Blondina Dunse. bor, cave, storage, custody, making, Order Limiting Time to File Claims trucks and tractors on the job Her father died about thirty-two years altering and repairing and other dis- within Three Months, and on trunk routes, ago. bursements having all been made and for Hearing Thereon. $3,000.000 of Early State Im- Funeral services were held Monday paid for by him upon said property. Estate of Hugh C. Mathews. prbvements Ordered, Contracts afternoon. June 29. with short rvices That the grounds of said lien are STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of let for $2,000,000 of ltew con- at the home at 1:00 o'clock, followed as follows, towit: The automobile Big Stone, in Probate Court. In struction and others t o b e by services at the St. John's Lutheran above described was on the 20th day the matter of the estate of Hugh C. of June, 1919 placed in the possession Mathews, Decedent. awarded in the near future, church south of Big Stone City. In- and care and custody of said A.S. Letters of administration this day $4,500,000 o f State-County tenment was made in the cemetery at Hails by one John Doe, who claLmed having been granted to Anna Mat- Projects Approved. Trunk high- the St. John's church. The Rev. Mr. to be the owner thereof, with instruc- hews. and it appearing by the affidavit way improvements with county Bartling officiated, tions to make, repair, alter and care of said representative that there are bond funds launched under state Mr. and Mrs. Ed..Witt and Mrs. for said automobile and said John Doe no debts of said decedent; reimbursement guaranty. Gust Dunse of Windom, cousins of promised to pay therefor, and there- It is ordered, that the time within Local road authorities relieved Mr. Dunse and Frank Kramer of after to the date hereof said A. S. which all creditors of the above nmned of expensive burden of trunk Mr. Dunse and Frank Kramer of Lew- Halls has had possession of said auto- decedent may present claims against mobile and has furnished new parts his estate in this CoUrt, be, and the highway improvements and re- iston, Minn., an uncle of Mrs. Fred and repaired and remodelled, made and sme hereby is, limited to three pairs, helped with program of Dunse. were out-of-town relatives who enhanced the value of and stored said months from and after the date here- $12,590,000 betterments on let- attended the funeral, automobile at his own cost and ex- o ',, and that Men(lay. the 26th day of pense, at the city of Ortonville;,Big September. 1921. a 10 o'clock a. m., eral or feeder roads. Are you on our mailing list and re- Stone County, Minnesota, and on ac- in the Probate Court Rooms at the @ ceivin' The Independent every week? count thereof bases his claim for said Courthouse at the City of Ortonville funds and stte aid for improve- If not, drop in and leave your address lien under the' statutes of the state in said county,'&e, and the same here- ments and repairs on laterals or feed- and We will gladly send you each is- of Minnesota. by is, fixed and appointed as the time er roads. County bond funds used, l sue. $2.00 a year in advance. That more than ninety (90) days and place for hearing" upon and the has elapsed since said sum secured examination, adjustment and allow- more money will be available in fu- o , by such lien became due and the same ance of .uch claims as shall be pre- tare years for feeder than for trunk  LEGAL NOTICES | has never been paid; that by reason sented within the time aforesaid. roads, it was explained. " Q  of the failure of said John Doe to pay Let notice hereof be given by the Charles M. Babcock, state highway t Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. I the debt secured by said lien under publication of this order in the Orton- the laws of the state of Minnesota ville Independent as provided by law. ,commissioner, with John H. Mullen as- [ Default having been made ,in the the whole amount thereof is declared Dated June 21st, 1921. istant commissioner and chief high- conditions of a certain mortgage con- to be due and owing to said A.S. R.B. HUDSON, wcay engineer, and other staff men, taining a Power of Sale# dated March Halls. (Court Seal) Judge of Probate and with the co-operation of county 1, 1916, and, recorded in the office of the road authorities, is working to spread Register of Deeds of Big Stone County, NOW, THEREFORE, The automo- benefits as rapidly as possible. The t Minn., March 11, 1916, at 4 oclock p. bile above described will be sold par- highway program for this season is lm. in book 50 of mortgages on page suant to the Power of Sale authoriz- well under way, official figures show, ] 173, whereby N. J. Wilkins and Mary ed under the Statutes of the state of ltho less than 60 days have passed M. Wilkins, mortgagors, mortgaged to Minnesota al public auction sale to the Frank Miller, mortgagee, the South highest bidder for cash on Saturday since the Legislature of 1991 put Half (S[) of the Southwest Quarter the 2nd day of July, 1921 mt 10:00 C-odd Roads Amendment No. 1 into (S.W.) of Section Thirteen (13) and o'clock in the forenoon of said day, effect, releasing funds and granting the NorthWest Guarter (N.W.) of which sale willbe made by the Sheriff necessary authority. Preliminary Section Twenty-four (24), township of said county at the front door of tho work was done quickly, however, and One Hundred Twenty-one (121), Ortonville Auto and Supply Corn- ]big developments are shown during Range Forty-six (46), Big Stone pany building on Second street in the he last thirty days. County, Minn., by c which default the city of Ortonville, county of Big A list of new construction projects Power of Sale :has become operative Stone, state of Minnesota, to satisfy n which nearly $5,000,000 of state and na action or proceeding at law the debt secured by said lien and the expenses incurred in the care, storage, having been instituted to recover the custody, making, altering and repair nd county funds is to be spent and debt secured thereby or any part ing of said automobile until the date which are located in nearly 50 widely thereof, and there is claimed to be of said sale, and the costs and ex, scattered sections of the state was re- due on tlds mortgage to the date here- eently give! out by O. L. Kipp and ........... penses of and accruing out of these oi ne sum oi even xnousana e our foreclosure roceedin-s J. T. Ellison, chief oltgineers on cony Hundred ScreWy-nine and fifty four -- - P g on- h -----]- " ........... 7 That there will be due on the date truction and bridges, respectively, v unureubns t+,.aa) uouars, of a ,-1 ^ ,u ........ w+.. ..^ -a About $3,500,000 of these are already ..... , ......... ,,=--z s=,,, -= rift,,-ne h,,d-edhs 85 n D -n- uder contracts, the department an-  o::j m with the cost of storage and expenses t nounced, and a cal f0Y bids will be l na p $es - of sale and interest on stud sum at sld at pu'bhc auetmn bY the Sheriff f "th rt ^ ,,  - o,,  .... w "* ,  '6 ve, ..... Wter! a made soon on the remaining and other said county or his deputy on Saturday, ,,er annum orojeets, tJllYfr23?92JoatolOl:elCokr" Ioat  Dated at Ortonville, Minn., this 7th m Ortonvi, m stud county, to pay " OBITUARY  .... , day of June, 1921 t said debt, interest, attorney's fees and A.S.LienHALLSHoldet. ' I " disbursements allowed bylaw. ,,t ; Ura'er Mrs. Fred Ditnse. , Dated June , 1921. A.B. KAERCHER, After having recovered almost First Pub. June 9 Last June 23 Ortonville, Minn. holly from a stroke of paralysis FRANK MILLER, Attorney for Lien Holder, Mortgagee. hlch she suffered last Septrtber, A.,B. KAERCHER, Attorney, --Renew your subscription to The for your Battery Mrs. Fred Dunse, wife of Fred Dunse, Ortonville, Minn. Independent now. i i i i L i i  | ii i i H i .i L ........ Water is as necessary to battery life as it is to plant IHe. The water shoul be pure and it should be put into ' the battery regularly, at least once every two weeks. You can easily put this l water in, but we will gladly do it if you prefer We are also equipped to recharge and repair bat- terles. We carry a com- plete line of Willard bat- ' $625 f. o. b. Detroit tery parts, rental batteries and Willard Threaded Rub- Power Farming with Ford berBatteries. the son ' Ask us how Willard The Fotdon Tractor is taking care of every power ioh; it is taking the durdgery out of farm Threaded Rubber Imula- work and salving the labor problem. Power farming with the Fordson reduces the cost of preparing tion puts an end to the land to almost one half what it would be with horses, and saves a third to a half of the farmer's time.' separator replacement ex- What ma.her  for the factory, the Fordn is accomplishing on tke farm---it is increasing pro- pense caused by warped, duetiol at" lower ots and making farm life attractive. Apply" this power farming idea in your 2 allons per hour. It will run the electric light cracked, punctured and car- threshing. More,a.nd mre farmers are making phmt, operate the milking machines and straw bonized wood separators. themselves independent of unfavorable conditions baler--will take care of every kind of belt work. by using the Fordson tractor linked up with a light thresher. By seizing the right moment and The Fordson plows 6 to 8 acre in a 10-hour Harris & Wilson being able to do the job without waiting and in day,handling two plows with ease in the average quick time, crop tosses are avoided and profits in- soil. It requires an average of l/s to 2 gallons creasl, of kerosene to the acre. ORTONVILLE, MINN. It is the ideal year-round trator. It will The Fordso operates with kerosene. When pay for its fall and winter keep in many ways lia used on belt work, running at full power at 1,000 such as road work, hauling grain to the elevator, / R. P. M., the fuel qonsumption does not exceed pumping water and moving granaries, J. Arthur Matthews & Company Batteries Ortonville, linnesota. / _ III I III I I I I | I I I III I MINNESOTA SPEEDS HIGHWAY PROJECTS TO COST $26,000,000 Com. Babcock and Aides Start Main- tenance and New Construction On Statewide Scale. Minnesota's highway development ]program, to pull the state out of the mud and into the front of good roads ranks, is rapidly passing from the ]plan to the actual performance tage, ccording to official figures given ou this week by the state highway de- ]pertinent. Road funds from all sources and for all purposes in Minnesota this year will aggregate $26,333,000, as an- mounced, and will includ $13,850,000 of automobile tax revenue, federal aid and county bonds for use on trunk ihighways, and $12,500,000 of local tax Make "SAVE" YOUR What is better than that? Savings is the of success. You reap whayou sow. Don't expect to vest a crop of dollars for your old age unless you a few today. ORTONVILLE STATE B John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. 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