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AY,I -,[UNE 23 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT P AGE 7 illl i i . i i ,aii i i &apos; 4" ........... :' ........ Th F C ' " ' t0E REPAIRING ti" Professiomti andBusines Directory I e armers orner Closing-- fli Cattle 1,600. Market closing " slightly higher on dryfeds, weak I[ i ESPECIALLYAND FARMER'sTO THE ACTIVITIEScLuBS. OF FARMERS.. , ]i Seed Imports 2,165,000 lbs. the week ending June 4, the of red clover seed from 20,000 pounds at New at Baltimore, to- i,000 pounds. imports for the same period Baltimore, 33,000 potmds from Belgium; at New POUnds of sunflower Giverl On of Eggs ----._..._. LOCAL MARKET. (Thursday, June 23, 1921) Hens ............................................... 14c Roosters .................................... 8e Ducks .......................................... 15c Gcc.se .............................. : ........... 8c Eggs, per doz ........................... 19c Cream ........................................ 32c Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Wheat, 55 pounds .................. $1.18 Barley ......................................... 43 Oats ........................................... 26 Rye ............................................. 95 Flat ............................................ 1.59 Corn, yellow, shelled, . .............. 38 Tricks Worth Learning, of Benefit to Gardener 15 dozen egg's in wa-i directions are given by l Plenty of fertility in the soil and of the United States i a little commercial fertilizer will help iaonUe2;len crock greatly to push the late garden crops .^. ,, .... '] to maturity. In some sections a little .vy, Seal(l, an(l allOW iJ t 10 to .... I mtrate of soda ]s u.ed as a top dres:- i)oilin --. quarts o[ .,a-! ing to hurry the plants along. x,,,_ g..pom, anti atmw i There are a great many little tricks "e2uthe water.is co ol,] that should be learned and practised l).arts, put }no .n.e] by the gardener. It is not necessary quart ot so(lmm sin- ] to be a wizard to practice these tricks b:uald tatae: ;s,lbut jujta good, eornmon sense gar- g Y " g l dener One of the best of these is the so "that the solution mixed, use of a board laid over the row of thus prepared is read which may be put in all time Im time as they e. Care shodld be taken into the jar not to shells; also be sure covers the eggs at all crock containing the eggs in a cool, dry place, With a tight lid or waxed l Prevent evaporation. a smaller or larger eggs, the solution should md prepared in the same -sults are to be obtained aid be clean and fresh, infertile. For this rea- best when possible to egg s carefully before pre- Unless they are known to -sh. If an egg is only a cloth dampened with used to remove staifls. never be washed with SOap and water, as water re- Protective coating on the tend to cause the con- Never use badly soiled flags. They may spoiT all preserved according" to usually will keep for months, and can be used for cooking and for the preserved eggs small hole should be pin in the larger end of placing them in the the air in the egg to heated, and thus prevent measures are best enemies. Rotate the insects and fertilizers to stimulate vigorously growing a crop in spite of but in fighting in- seeds for a few days after: planting to hold the moisture and make the seeds start during dry weather. Another is to flood the furrow with water and allow it to soak into the soil before dropping the seeds, then cover with dry earth. Slightly pack- ing or firming the dry soil over the seeds will help to bring the moistm to the surface and make the seeds grow. Garden tricks are easy to per- form--try a few and see the ]esults in the form of fresh vegetables for the table--it means better living. Guinea Fowls Convert Waste Into Eggs and Meat Guinea fowls utilize waste that would escape both hens and turkeys, ay poultry specialists. Taking a wider range than chickens, and yet lot so wide as turkeys, keeping large- lv to thickets and weed patches, and 'ommitting fewer depredations agai*t field and gartten than either chickens or turkeys, requiring little feed at any time. being prolific layers during their season of-eggs, that are tAct by many to have richer and finer flavor even than hens' eggs, the guinea fowl is well worth considering on any farm where a serious effort is made to con- vert all waste into ,meat and eggs. i Belting and HoBs carried fn on plain kinds and gras.:s. Best heavy steers $7.75. Calves 2,400. i]! Market steady. Packer top on lightweights $7.25. Hogs 6,200. iJ Market 25c to 59c higher. Bulk of sales $7.75 to $8.25, top $8.40. ii' Choice pigs $8.85. Sh=ep 300. Market 50e to 75c higher. Choice lambs $11.00, choice ewes $4,00. MODEL SHOE SHOP GEO. S. NELSON, Prorietoi- South St. Paul, Minnesota., June numbs, /! Tested and Trustworthy dryfed cattle here today sold on a strong to slightly higher market,! while the increasing supply of grassy l stock remained draggy and weak. No] yearlings of a good beef grade have I oeen included in this week's receipts, although tops of these are quotable from $8.00 Lo $8.25. Best heavy steers! of a good beef grade are selling from l $7.35 to $7.75, with the bulk of the i beef steers at $6.50 to $7.35, and real common ones as low as $6.00. Choice dryfed heifers are quotable from $7.00 to $7.50, with the same grade of cows! selling from $6.00 to $6.50, good to I choice heavy cows selling to(hay at I $0.25. Canners and cutters go largely from $1.50 to $3.50, with soin/ close, with a few of the poorest can- ners to i)ackers at $1.25 and as low as $1.00 A price spread of $3.00 to $4.00 buys most of the bologna bull.;, wilh all occasional head higher. A few veals are going to city butchers up to $7.75, with best lights to packers at $7.25, and eonds at $4.00 to $4.50. A few loads of good feeding steers are selling at $6.00 to $6.25, with bulk of stocker and feeder sales from $6.00 down to $4.00. A small volt,ne of trade is being noted in feeding cows around $2.00 to $30, with a few up to $3.5t). Sharp advances were scored on hogs this week, truesday's prices being 60c to 75c above a week ago. Range to $.40, bulk $7.75 to $8.25, choice pigs $885 Sheep and lambs gained 50e to 75c abov9 a week ago. RangeS7.75 to $8.40, bulk $7.75 to $8.25, choice pigs $8.85. Sheep and lambs gained 50c $8.50. Protect Cucumber Vines With Cloth-covered Frames The str, iped cucumber beetle and the !2-spotted cucumber beetle attack cu- cumber, squash, and melon vines thru- out the East. The best protection is to cover young plants witb, cheese- cloth-covered frv':nes whichmay be made on barrel-hoop arches. When the insects actually get access to the leaves a solution of arsenate of lead and Bordeaux mixture is effective. --The want ads will get you results. A trial will convince you. 30x3 Cord Tire Note the Kokomo twin-grip tread --the center rib which makes for ease in steering--the angled wedges to resist skid. Look for this red shield on the 30x3' Kokomo cord. It marks every 61se of Kokomo cord casings. Last year's consistent road performance of the Ko- komo 30x3 cord proves the soundness of its structure. The accurately turned clincher bead fits snugly in small car rims. The supple inner structure, reinforced at points of s[ress, stands the sharp and frequent im- pacts which small cars en- counter. Generous oversize saves the driver and his car. The 30x3 Kokomo cord suc- cessfully extends cord tire advan- tages to small car owners. Every detail of its strucm-e reflects seasoned tire building experience that dates back a quarter century. Kokomo 30x3 cords are much desired on light cars of open type. On small sedans and coupes, they are an unquestioned necessity. Let us prove to you the wisdom and economy of com- plete Kokomo equipment on your small car. J. Arthur Matthews & Company TIR00S*""TUBES .... I I ....... I I I I I III I I [1t1100I00 -'lt"'"'"'""'l"' l ,,' "''" prices for jtmk: " I Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton  IltI I 1111 I II I II Copper and heavy Brass,4e to 8 Old Rubbers and Tires, cent to 1 ent Per poun& " ' ' ) " " " ! t :  Pipe Fittings, Brass Cmods, stock. Acetylene Welding. The O]'tonville Foundry "W. F. MULLICA, Prop. Phone 2 industry carried on in this institution. The farmers of Minne- sota are saving thousands of dollars every year on agricultural implements manufactured here---and if you halve not been get- i" ting your share of these savlng it is because ydu have not been PRODUCTS buying the Minnesota Line of Agricultural Machinery. This saving has not alone been effected on the price of Minnesota machinery, but its lower price has been the meaos of keeping the prices of competing lines down. Yet the Minnesota Prison made goods are still lower than any of the competing lines. YOU HAVE SOMETHING COMING ,TO YOU The Watldn's man is on the road now and When you purchase Minnesota Binder Twine or Machinery Will cali at your place soon with a complete line you are getting some return on your taxes, in the shape of a saving on the original cost and the raving on repairs and of this famous and well-known goods, longer life of the machinery.  = ..... a.A l=--..l. r...=.. this year offers a Saving of iVil|li|L l|lil Aliil . 1 r o who 1  I "l I 800 000 dol a s to th se FR G ----EM M I N b.,,<. Think of that. There will be at least l6,0,0 unds of tMne A manufactured. This is sold for 2J/'lc per pound (wholesale) less than any J other brand, which alone makea a saving of 8400,000. Then freight, jobber' profit, etc., would make 2/c per pound difference---altogether a a saving of $800,000l Watkin's Retailer. M;,.,,,.-,,^io i;vt]....a well-made hlgh-grade product--as ivaaaasao aaaaa r n say good as any on the ma ket--ca e you quite a little money. The 7-foot Binder, for example, is just $26.61 lower in price than its nearest competitor. Can you afford to overlook an   economy like that? The 6 and 7-loot Binders offer, comparatively, the l[l.,,,-l[. ][ l_,the 12-foot, 36-tooth slze-are just 158.44 avaaaaas. ,.,o lower in price than other good lines sold in the State of Minnesota--and their material and workmanship ia guaranteed. Remember this when you need a rake. j I says the GoodJudge Minnemta Mowers have many points of superiority, yet -. they sell for $13.00 less than any other make of similar quality, For long ervice and general satisfaction you can't beat 'em. I I That you are getting full value for your money when you use this class of tobaoeo. The good, rich, real to- bacco taste lasts so long, you don't need a fresh chew nearly as oftennor do you need so big a chew as you did with the ordi- nary kind. Any man who has used the Real Tbbacco Chew will . tell you that. Put u in two stMas {2IJT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a'short-cut tobacco MINNESOTA LINE of agrmulturaI machinery is guaranteed by the State. It is made of the best materials obtainable and manufactured under the constant supervision of state-employed experts. SAVE ON FIRST COST SAVE ON REPAIRS MINNESOTA STATE PRISON, Stillwater, Minnesota. L I Tell one of the tollowin# dealers you must hee Minnesota Machines SEE ONE OF THESE DEALERS OrtonviHe, Farmers Elevator & Fuel Co. Clinton, J. D. Ross & Co. Odessa, Sellin & Co. [ti; ;Bellingham, C. W. Sellemeir. Graeeville, Lang & Griffith ! C. E. SIGLOH l , [or [x0ert I' ' / REPAIRING |; Phone 284-L [ Ortonville, Minn. | ,TOE BYER & SON Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. All kinds of c!ean]nff and pressing neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonville, Minn JOHN SPANYERS Light Harding of all Kinds Express and Baggage Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Worle. Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. ARTAH PUDER, All Kinds of Plastering and Stucco Work. Big Stone Cit$, S. Dak. Kodak DEVELOPING PR2NTIN ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderatt Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK t OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block uphill from. Gunderson's ! Drug Store Vapor-Sulphffr Cabinet Treatmes ] (For rheumatism, neuriti, etc.) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonviile, MinMmta FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. . PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt Atteattm A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Buildilqg Ortonvill Minn. DR. F. W. DUNE. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray Spinographiea|' Labomt 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Col. Wm.. Wellendorf AUCTIONWEB 30 years' experience. No practil. mg on your property. Call el write me early md get In o u early date, Ortonville, Minnemta 4 J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Residence - 194 Furniture Store - U All Work Guaranteed Ortonviile, Minnesota. WILL FINCH Experienced Paintmr Phone 235-L All Work Guaranteed JOHN MALMQUIST Interior De,orating and Artistic Sign Palntln| Phone 226-L r ortonville, Minnesota. ELMER SALSBUtY -mE WELL vmmm- Fifteen Years' Klmrit Ortonville. Minn. R. K D. 2 4; ..... You Need Prinl00 ing We Do Pnnting Let'us get together and both will be satisfied Till[ OIIOIWII tH)R'PLT iii \\; AY,I -,[UNE 23 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT P AGE 7 illl i i . i i ,aii i i ' 4" ........... :' ........ Th F C ' " ' t0E REPAIRING ti" Professiomti andBusines Directory I e armers orner Closing-- fli Cattle 1,600. Market closing " slightly higher on dryfeds, weak I[ i ESPECIALLYAND FARMER'sTO THE ACTIVITIEScLuBS. OF FARMERS.. , ]i Seed Imports 2,165,000 lbs. the week ending June 4, the of red clover seed from 20,000 pounds at New at Baltimore, to- i,000 pounds. imports for the same period Baltimore, 33,000 potmds from Belgium; at New POUnds of sunflower Giverl On of Eggs ----._..._. LOCAL MARKET. (Thursday, June 23, 1921) Hens ............................................... 14c Roosters .................................... 8e Ducks .......................................... 15c Gcc.se .............................. : ........... 8c Eggs, per doz ........................... 19c Cream ........................................ 32c Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Wheat, 55 pounds .................. $1.18 Barley ......................................... 43 Oats ........................................... 26 Rye ............................................. 95 Flat ............................................ 1.59 Corn, yellow, shelled, . .............. 38 Tricks Worth Learning, of Benefit to Gardener 15 dozen egg's in wa-i directions are given by l Plenty of fertility in the soil and of the United States i a little commercial fertilizer will help iaonUe2;len crock greatly to push the late garden crops .^. ,, .... '] to maturity. In some sections a little .vy, Seal(l, an(l allOW iJ t 10 to .... I mtrate of soda ]s u.ed as a top dres:- i)oilin --. quarts o[ .,a-! ing to hurry the plants along. x,,,_ g..pom, anti atmw i There are a great many little tricks "e2uthe water.is co ol,] that should be learned and practised l).arts, put }no .n.e] by the gardener. It is not necessary quart ot so(lmm sin- ] to be a wizard to practice these tricks b:uald tatae: ;s,lbut jujta good, eornmon sense gar- g Y " g l dener One of the best of these is the so "that the solution mixed, use of a board laid over the row of thus prepared is read which may be put in all time Im time as they e. Care shodld be taken into the jar not to shells; also be sure covers the eggs at all crock containing the eggs in a cool, dry place, With a tight lid or waxed l Prevent evaporation. a smaller or larger eggs, the solution should md prepared in the same -sults are to be obtained aid be clean and fresh, infertile. For this rea- best when possible to egg s carefully before pre- Unless they are known to -sh. If an egg is only a cloth dampened with used to remove staifls. never be washed with SOap and water, as water re- Protective coating on the tend to cause the con- Never use badly soiled flags. They may spoiT all preserved according" to usually will keep for months, and can be used for cooking and for the preserved eggs small hole should be pin in the larger end of placing them in the the air in the egg to heated, and thus prevent measures are best enemies. Rotate the insects and fertilizers to stimulate vigorously growing a crop in spite of but in fighting in- seeds for a few days after: planting to hold the moisture and make the seeds start during dry weather. Another is to flood the furrow with water and allow it to soak into the soil before dropping the seeds, then cover with dry earth. Slightly pack- ing or firming the dry soil over the seeds will help to bring the moistm to the surface and make the seeds grow. Garden tricks are easy to per- form--try a few and see the ]esults in the form of fresh vegetables for the table--it means better living. Guinea Fowls Convert Waste Into Eggs and Meat Guinea fowls utilize waste that would escape both hens and turkeys, ay poultry specialists. Taking a wider range than chickens, and yet lot so wide as turkeys, keeping large- lv to thickets and weed patches, and 'ommitting fewer depredations agai*t field and gartten than either chickens or turkeys, requiring little feed at any time. being prolific layers during their season of-eggs, that are tAct by many to have richer and finer flavor even than hens' eggs, the guinea fowl is well worth considering on any farm where a serious effort is made to con- vert all waste into ,meat and eggs. i Belting and HoBs carried fn on plain kinds and gras.:s. Best heavy steers $7.75. Calves 2,400. i]! Market steady. Packer top on lightweights $7.25. Hogs 6,200. iJ Market 25c to 59c higher. Bulk of sales $7.75 to $8.25, top $8.40. ii' Choice pigs $8.85. Sh=ep 300. Market 50e to 75c higher. Choice lambs $11.00, choice ewes $4,00. MODEL SHOE SHOP GEO. S. NELSON, Prorietoi- South St. Paul, Minnesota., June numbs, /! Tested and Trustworthy dryfed cattle here today sold on a strong to slightly higher market,! while the increasing supply of grassy l stock remained draggy and weak. No] yearlings of a good beef grade have I oeen included in this week's receipts, although tops of these are quotable from $8.00 Lo $8.25. Best heavy steers! of a good beef grade are selling from l $7.35 to $7.75, with the bulk of the i beef steers at $6.50 to $7.35, and real common ones as low as $6.00. Choice dryfed heifers are quotable from $7.00 to $7.50, with the same grade of cows! selling from $6.00 to $6.50, good to I choice heavy cows selling to(hay at I $0.25. Canners and cutters go largely from $1.50 to $3.50, with soin/ close, with a few of the poorest can- ners to i)ackers at $1.25 and as low as $1.00 A price spread of $3.00 to $4.00 buys most of the bologna bull.;, wilh all occasional head higher. A few veals are going to city butchers up to $7.75, with best lights to packers at $7.25, and eonds at $4.00 to $4.50. A few loads of good feeding steers are selling at $6.00 to $6.25, with bulk of stocker and feeder sales from $6.00 down to $4.00. A small volt,ne of trade is being noted in feeding cows around $2.00 to $30, with a few up to $3.5t). Sharp advances were scored on hogs this week, truesday's prices being 60c to 75c above a week ago. Range to $.40, bulk $7.75 to $8.25, choice pigs $885 Sheep and lambs gained 50e to 75c abov9 a week ago. RangeS7.75 to $8.40, bulk $7.75 to $8.25, choice pigs $8.85. Sheep and lambs gained 50c $8.50. Protect Cucumber Vines With Cloth-covered Frames The str, iped cucumber beetle and the !2-spotted cucumber beetle attack cu- cumber, squash, and melon vines thru- out the East. The best protection is to cover young plants witb, cheese- cloth-covered frv':nes whichmay be made on barrel-hoop arches. When the insects actually get access to the leaves a solution of arsenate of lead and Bordeaux mixture is effective. --The want ads will get you results. A trial will convince you. 30x3 Cord Tire Note the Kokomo twin-grip tread --the center rib which makes for ease in steering--the angled wedges to resist skid. Look for this red shield on the 30x3' Kokomo cord. It marks every 61se of Kokomo cord casings. Last year's consistent road performance of the Ko- komo 30x3 cord proves the soundness of its structure. The accurately turned clincher bead fits snugly in small car rims. The supple inner structure, reinforced at points of s[ress, stands the sharp and frequent im- pacts which small cars en- counter. Generous oversize saves the driver and his car. The 30x3 Kokomo cord suc- cessfully extends cord tire advan- tages to small car owners. Every detail of its strucm-e reflects seasoned tire building experience that dates back a quarter century. Kokomo 30x3 cords are much desired on light cars of open type. On small sedans and coupes, they are an unquestioned necessity. Let us prove to you the wisdom and economy of com- plete Kokomo equipment on your small car. J. Arthur Matthews & Company TIR00S*""TUBES .... I I ....... I I I I I III I I [1t1100I00 -'lt"'"'"'""'l"' l ,,' "''" prices for jtmk: " I Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton  IltI I 1111 I II I II Copper and heavy Brass,4e to 8 Old Rubbers and Tires, cent to 1 ent Per poun& " ' ' ) " " " ! t :  Pipe Fittings, Brass Cmods, stock. Acetylene Welding. The O]'tonville Foundry "W. F. MULLICA, Prop. Phone 2 industry carried on in this institution. The farmers of Minne- sota are saving thousands of dollars every year on agricultural implements manufactured here---and if you halve not been get- i" ting your share of these savlng it is because ydu have not been PRODUCTS buying the Minnesota Line of Agricultural Machinery. This saving has not alone been effected on the price of Minnesota machinery, but its lower price has been the meaos of keeping the prices of competing lines down. Yet the Minnesota Prison made goods are still lower than any of the competing lines. YOU HAVE SOMETHING COMING ,TO YOU The Watldn's man is on the road now and When you purchase Minnesota Binder Twine or Machinery Will cali at your place soon with a complete line you are getting some return on your taxes, in the shape of a saving on the original cost and the raving on repairs and of this famous and well-known goods, longer life of the machinery.  = ..... a.A l=--..l. r...=.. this year offers a Saving of iVil|li|L l|lil Aliil . 1 r o who 1  I "l I 800 000 dol a s to th se FR G ----EM M I N b.,,<. Think of that. There will be at least l6,0,0 unds of tMne A manufactured. This is sold for 2J/'lc per pound (wholesale) less than any J other brand, which alone makea a saving of 8400,000. Then freight, jobber' profit, etc., would make 2/c per pound difference---altogether a a saving of $800,000l Watkin's Retailer. M;,.,,,.-,,^io i;vt]....a well-made hlgh-grade product--as ivaaaasao aaaaa r n say good as any on the ma ket--ca e you quite a little money. The 7-foot Binder, for example, is just $26.61 lower in price than its nearest competitor. Can you afford to overlook an   economy like that? The 6 and 7-loot Binders offer, comparatively, the l[l.,,,-l[. ][ l_,the 12-foot, 36-tooth slze-are just 158.44 avaaaaas. ,.,o lower in price than other good lines sold in the State of Minnesota--and their material and workmanship ia guaranteed. Remember this when you need a rake. j I says the GoodJudge Minnemta Mowers have many points of superiority, yet -. they sell for $13.00 less than any other make of similar quality, For long ervice and general satisfaction you can't beat 'em. I I That you are getting full value for your money when you use this class of tobaoeo. The good, rich, real to- bacco taste lasts so long, you don't need a fresh chew nearly as oftennor do you need so big a chew as you did with the ordi- nary kind. Any man who has used the Real Tbbacco Chew will . tell you that. Put u in two stMas {2IJT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a'short-cut tobacco MINNESOTA LINE of agrmulturaI machinery is guaranteed by the State. It is made of the best materials obtainable and manufactured under the constant supervision of state-employed experts. SAVE ON FIRST COST SAVE ON REPAIRS MINNESOTA STATE PRISON, Stillwater, Minnesota. L I Tell one of the tollowin# dealers you must hee Minnesota Machines SEE ONE OF THESE DEALERS OrtonviHe, Farmers Elevator & Fuel Co. Clinton, J. D. Ross & Co. Odessa, Sellin & Co. [ti; ;Bellingham, C. W. Sellemeir. Graeeville, Lang & Griffith ! C. E. SIGLOH l , [or [x0ert I' ' / REPAIRING |; Phone 284-L [ Ortonville, Minn. | ,TOE BYER & SON Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. All kinds of c!ean]nff and pressing neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonville, Minn JOHN SPANYERS Light Harding of all Kinds Express and Baggage Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Worle. Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. ARTAH PUDER, All Kinds of Plastering and Stucco Work. Big Stone Cit$, S. Dak. Kodak DEVELOPING PR2NTIN ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderatt Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK t OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block uphill from. Gunderson's ! Drug Store Vapor-Sulphffr Cabinet Treatmes ] (For rheumatism, neuriti, etc.) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonviile, MinMmta FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. . PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt Atteattm A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Buildilqg Ortonvill Minn. DR. F. W. DUNE. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray Spinographiea|' Labomt 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Col. Wm.. Wellendorf AUCTIONWEB 30 years' experience. No practil. mg on your property. Call el write me early md get In o u early date, Ortonville, Minnemta 4 J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Residence - 194 Furniture Store - U All Work Guaranteed Ortonviile, Minnesota. WILL FINCH Experienced Paintmr Phone 235-L All Work Guaranteed JOHN MALMQUIST Interior De,orating and Artistic Sign Palntln| Phone 226-L r ortonville, Minnesota. ELMER SALSBUtY -mE WELL vmmm- Fifteen Years' Klmrit Ortonville. Minn. R. K D. 2 4; ..... You Need Prinl00 ing We Do Pnnting Let'us get together and both will be satisfied Till[ OIIOIWII tH)R'PLT iii \\; The Farmers Corner AND FARMER'S CLUBS. Seed Imports LOCAL MARKET" (Thursday, June 23, 192t) Hens ........................ 14 Rsters ........ c o  ia u , e Ducks ....... 1,15c c tfhe wek c,odo rg ed e 4t2 ............ Eggs, Per doz. 1 Ba mo, to-i Cam ............... 32c ]8 Pdsi Whent, 55 lunds .. $1.18 elgium; at New ! Bley ....... ; ........ 43 sunflower Oats ................ 28 J Rye ............... 95 Flat ................ 1.59 Co, .yel]owsheled ..... 88 ',ggs Tricks Worth Learning, deou are gtvn by Plenty of fertility in the il d en egg .m wa- of Benefit to Gardener  gr:ltuUt ..... I ................................. 'a u : reatly to push the late gardnn eps nldearthen crck, to matulity In some sections a little o ca , and allow it it aeofoda susedatopdres: n t 12 quarts of a-, ]ng to hm i the plants along . g polnt and l]ow! Tkereaeagre a my e rck en he water is cool t u 'l ha should be leaed and practised lqarr s' put m t e]by the galdeuer. It is not nessaty q  f gdlu fllh ] to  a wiza to practi these tricks o'th t . dener One of he%es of these s the s a the solution use of a bod ad ore. ewnf nixed- ls for s few days aft=pan ng y  m seeds start during dry weather. ,me  time as they to floo,i the fuow wth Care shodld be taken it to soak into the el the jar ii befo dropping the eds, then co v 1, al cover with dry earth. Slightly pack- e the eggs a a .ng or firm ng he dry o over the he .crock ntaining the seeds wilI help to bring the moistn n 5 cool: dry pla,]to th e urface and make the seed 1 tight lid or wax O,ow" Garden tricks a ey to per- t evap oatlon- form__try a :[ and see the sults a mailer or larger in the form of fresh vegetables for the solution nnld the table--it mns better vng Ppared in the same Guinea Fowls Convert m and fresh, Waste Into Eggs and Meat Fez this rea Guinea fowls utilize waste that , beL whe n possible to xould escape both hens d turkeys, carefully befo p ay poultry speeialist. Taking a If an egg is only ider range than chickens, aud yet a cloth dampened with ly t thicket and weed patches, and mnmitt[ug fewer depredations agai 5eht and gartlen than either or trkeys, requiring little feed at ny time, heieg prolific layers durin nfggs, Never use badly soiled many to have The F nay spoil all preseed according  to worth considering on any far p for all pressed We will pay the follwin , in the larger end of pri for Jk: Old IroL $*.0@ to St0.00 per t gg  (Ylper trod heavy Brsm,evSe per gourd. d Pl  t per urd. Old Stutben u  4 t t. 1 et r lmnd. pipe lttta Bra Goods, lhlttnt and  trie te stock Acet)'le Welding. to vlgously growing The Ortonville Foundry ! & er@p in spite of . W. F. LL[CA.  t in fighting PRODUCTS The Watldn's man is on the road now md Will Call at vour place soon with a complete line of this famous and well-kn0wn goods. , A. J. FREMMING Watldn's Retailer. .I may be Sure  m the GoM'Jml are getting tuff The good, rich, real te- bacon taste lasts so long, you don't need a fresh chew nearly as often--nor do you need so big st chew as you did with the ordl- nary Ida& Any man wh9 has used the . Real Tbhaeco Che w will tail you that. P=t  t two t ne-cut tobacco . [Z C UT i st "short-cut tolteeo THE OINVILLE INDIL'IP2qDENT Pt4,SE .... * ........ REPAIRING ..si, Directory ; Cattle ,600, Mket closing slightly higher on dryfeds, weak on plain kinds and grcs. Best ......... , ................. MODEL SHOE SHOP Market steady. Packet top on GEe. S. NELSON. Prnrietor iighteights $7.25. Hug d,2OO Market 25c to 59c hihel Bulk nf sales $7.75 to $S.25, top $,4o. Choee pigs $88. h=et, 3OO. Market 50c to 75c higher. Choice iambs $11.00, choice ewes $L00. South S Paul, Minarets,, June 21. ll'21: Tim timited nume, Ol dryfed cattle hel today sold eL, a stag to slightly higher malket, while the increasin sapp]y of gry v yelings of a good beef grade ha. eeJ n,mded in this week's reeelpts.' altln,ugh tops of these a quotable from $8.OO to $25. Best heavy stee:s : of a good bf grade a seUing fm I $7.8 to $7.7b, with the balk of the! beef steers at $65O to $7.3. and al Choice dr]fed heifers a quotable fm $7.OO to $7,5O, with the same grad of cows selling from $6,O to $6.50, good to choice hvy cows selling to,my n 0.2. Canners and cutters go Igely from $1.50 to $3.5O. w;th so,n close, wth a few of he poorest . to I, aekers at &1.25 and as h,w as $1,00 A price spend of $.00 to $4.OO buy mot of the bologna bull, igher. A few veals are going to city btehers p to $7.75, with best Ughts to packer at $7.25, and conds at $4.00 to $4.5O. A few In.Is of goad fdng steers are selling at $6.OO to $.28. with bulk of feeder les Iron $.00 is being noted in fling cows arnand p to $85O Sharp advannes were scored on hogs this wk,truesday' phons being 0c to 75e above a wk ago. Range tn $,40, bulk $7.75 to $8.25. choi #g SS:SS, Sheep and lambs gamed 50c to 75c abov a week ago. Range7.7 to $8,40, bulk $7.75 to $.25, choi rigs $8.85. Sheep and Ibs gained 50c $8.6O. Protect Cucumber Vines With Cloth-covered Frames The striped encumber btle and th 12-@otted cucumber beetle attack cu cumber, sq uh. and melon vines the- East. The best protection i to cover young plants wit. cheese. francs whiehmay b made on barrel-hoop ahes. Whet, the insets actlly get ss to tlc solution of aenate of lent --The want ads will get ou sultm [ A tr a w convince you. 'SHOE A Tested and Trustworthy 30x3 Cord Tire Last year's consistent road performance of the K o- koran 30x34 cord proves the soundness of its structure. The accurately turned clincher bead fits snugly in small car rims. The supple inner structure, reinforced at points of stress, stands the sharp and frequent im- pacts which small cars en- counter. Generous oversize saves the driver and his car. The 3Ox3 Kokomo crd sue- cessfully extends cord tire adv'an- tages to small car owners. Every detail of its structure reflects seasoned fire building experience that dates back aquar ter century. Kokomo 30x3 cords are much desired on light cars of open type. On small sedans and coupes, they are an unquestioned ,t.oo=..,..r,...d necessity. Let us prove to you plete Kokomo equipment on yomr rnall car. J. Arthur Matthews & Company TIRESA.*TUBES :==:=====:::: ..... ::-..:=.-__-= The Minnta State Prison is your facto ry , [;:ause. a a tax- payer, .u hdped to build it. And for the same reaama you _ are entttled to your share of any behefits made Possible b X the industry carried on in this institutiSra The farmers of Minne- sota are aving thotamndg of dollar every year m agricultural implements manufactured here--and if you vehvet st been get- ring your sham d these savlngMt is because aa h have not be buying the Minnesota Line of Agricalt u'al inery. Thh in ha ot ulone been off,ted o the n" of Minnot chinet,ut its Io  haa been the mnn o( keeping the pt i o.. ompctw i" glind, yet th Minntaot prhon mndeg0odsgre still lower thaeny d the mmpetlng Imeg YOU HAVE S0M'rl/ING C0MING,T0 YOU When you purchase Minnesota Binder Twine or Machinea'y you a getting some return on you ur taxes, in the shape of a saving on the original cost and Sac avlng on repatrs and longer life of the machinery. Met " " this year ofFem a vlng b Binder Twine ,dnr, tot buylt. Thlnkothat. "IewillLeatkat 16,oo,goopondsofftwi l nutctured. Thh; is Id for 2c per .pound {wholle) I th.y ter brand, whleh aIone k a vtng of fel00000. Th freight. jobbere' profit, etc. would ke 2y4 per pond dtfferece--eltogether a vlng d $800,bt  ll-made high-grade prrduct- Mmneota Binders   an on the mrketn ve yo quite a  fie money. The 7-foot. Binder r pte it jt $26,61 Iorlupthanltsntm tater. Caayouaffordtooerlk my.Uke that? The 6 and cot Bmd cff, para tly, te SOld ia the State el Minntad their terlal and workmanship ht aarmt@ed. Rebr thht whtm ytl neecl it take. Mlt Mower h nny int o! ,,mrhrity. Fat :-,-- they lt f $13.00 le than ay otaer make d iraihr OY.   t*rvi and geral tlshetion la mat htt 'era. MINNESOTA LINE , of agricultural machlnet2) is guaranteed by the State. It is made of the best materials obtaDabis and manufactured under the constant supervision o[ crate-employed experts. SAVE ON FIRST COST SAV ON ll]ilPblP.. MINNESOTA STATE PRISON," Stillwater, Minnesota. TII onz r e toi dffrs o mt m M6woea MAin*s SEE ONE OF THESE DEALER Ortmvu Farmem Elevator & Fael Co. Clinea, . D.  & , C. W. Slemeir. Gratevilhb Lag & Grimtt C. E. SIGLOH } [or [xmt I ' .......... P:m'e 281R.L3PAIR::, I JOE BjYER & SON the OrtonviHe Tailoring Co, Air kinds of e]eann and pressing tteaHy done. : Suits Made to Order. : Ortnaville, Mi. JOHN SPANYERS Light Hatting nf Idl Kind* Express and B Ortonviile, inr PAUL DIRNBAUER ik yer snd Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement W Ortonville, Minn. I F. D. PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake io Or tvill Min ARTAH PUDER , All Kinds of PJter41g trod st work. Bg Stm city. t Dk pRINTIN@ ENLARGING THE REED STUDIO Orlonvill Mann. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC IPys[CIAN One block u hill fro Gundrm rug Sto Vapor-Sulphlt CaNnot Trtmam (For rhael, ntzt. c) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortemville. M2htame ' FOR TRUCK SERVIC| and y Mud of filht and tmv drrig Hauestmr Broo. . PteNg 2 /L B, KABRCI,R Or tonvU, Mlm DR. F. W. DUNN. Chlespractor ORTONVILLE, *MINN. 'x Sr t.tomm Col. Wr.Wort AUC'rIot it on yotw gatlr, clet write me arl Id get i rl date. Onvill J. A. J0LNSON PIANO IJNIN AND IJPAIP*ING PHONEbResldenee * 194 , Fitu Store * gl All Work Guatl Or t ville. Mhmemetlk WILL FINCH F.grietd Pstt All Work Guartei4 JOHN ALMQUl@T Intent Dmt Ig ' ud Arthtk 81g Ptbttlt ELMER SY Or tqvill, Maat ILIkD.| You Need Printlng We Do Printing Let  btptkeXeathedtra nth I AY,I -,[UNE 23 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT P AGE 7 illl i i . i i ,aii i i ' 4" ........... :' ........ Th F C ' " ' t0E REPAIRING ti" Professiomti andBusines Directory I e armers orner Closing-- fli Cattle 1,600. Market closing " slightly higher on dryfeds, weak I[ i ESPECIALLYAND FARMER'sTO THE ACTIVITIEScLuBS. OF FARMERS.. , ]i Seed Imports 2,165,000 lbs. the week ending June 4, the of red clover seed from 20,000 pounds at New at Baltimore, to- i,000 pounds. imports for the same period Baltimore, 33,000 potmds from Belgium; at New POUnds of sunflower Giverl On of Eggs ----._..._. LOCAL MARKET. (Thursday, June 23, 1921) Hens ............................................... 14c Roosters .................................... 8e Ducks .......................................... 15c Gcc.se .............................. : ........... 8c Eggs, per doz ........................... 19c Cream ........................................ 32c Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Wheat, 55 pounds .................. $1.18 Barley ......................................... 43 Oats ........................................... 26 Rye ............................................. 95 Flat ............................................ 1.59 Corn, yellow, shelled, . .............. 38 Tricks Worth Learning, of Benefit to Gardener 15 dozen egg's in wa-i directions are given by l Plenty of fertility in the soil and of the United States i a little commercial fertilizer will help iaonUe2;len crock greatly to push the late garden crops .^. ,, .... '] to maturity. In some sections a little .vy, Seal(l, an(l allOW iJ t 10 to .... I mtrate of soda ]s u.ed as a top dres:- i)oilin --. quarts o[ .,a-! ing to hurry the plants along. x,,,_ g..pom, anti atmw i There are a great many little tricks "e2uthe water.is co ol,] that should be learned and practised l).arts, put }no .n.e] by the gardener. It is not necessary quart ot so(lmm sin- ] to be a wizard to practice these tricks b:uald tatae: ;s,lbut jujta good, eornmon sense gar- g Y " g l dener One of the best of these is the so "that the solution mixed, use of a board laid over the row of thus prepared is read which may be put in all time Im time as they e. Care shodld be taken into the jar not to shells; also be sure covers the eggs at all crock containing the eggs in a cool, dry place, With a tight lid or waxed l Prevent evaporation. a smaller or larger eggs, the solution should md prepared in the same -sults are to be obtained aid be clean and fresh, infertile. For this rea- best when possible to egg s carefully before pre- Unless they are known to -sh. If an egg is only a cloth dampened with used to remove staifls. never be washed with SOap and water, as water re- Protective coating on the tend to cause the con- Never use badly soiled flags. They may spoiT all preserved according" to usually will keep for months, and can be used for cooking and for the preserved eggs small hole should be pin in the larger end of placing them in the the air in the egg to heated, and thus prevent measures are best enemies. Rotate the insects and fertilizers to stimulate vigorously growing a crop in spite of but in fighting in- seeds for a few days after: planting to hold the moisture and make the seeds start during dry weather. Another is to flood the furrow with water and allow it to soak into the soil before dropping the seeds, then cover with dry earth. Slightly pack- ing or firming the dry soil over the seeds will help to bring the moistm to the surface and make the seeds grow. Garden tricks are easy to per- form--try a few and see the ]esults in the form of fresh vegetables for the table--it means better living. Guinea Fowls Convert Waste Into Eggs and Meat Guinea fowls utilize waste that would escape both hens and turkeys, ay poultry specialists. Taking a wider range than chickens, and yet lot so wide as turkeys, keeping large- lv to thickets and weed patches, and 'ommitting fewer depredations agai*t field and gartten than either chickens or turkeys, requiring little feed at any time. being prolific layers during their season of-eggs, that are tAct by many to have richer and finer flavor even than hens' eggs, the guinea fowl is well worth considering on any farm where a serious effort is made to con- vert all waste into ,meat and eggs. i Belting and HoBs carried fn on plain kinds and gras.:s. Best heavy steers $7.75. Calves 2,400. i]! Market steady. Packer top on lightweights $7.25. Hogs 6,200. iJ Market 25c to 59c higher. Bulk of sales $7.75 to $8.25, top $8.40. ii' Choice pigs $8.85. Sh=ep 300. Market 50e to 75c higher. Choice lambs $11.00, choice ewes $4,00. MODEL SHOE SHOP GEO. S. NELSON, Prorietoi- South St. Paul, Minnesota., June numbs, /! Tested and Trustworthy dryfed cattle here today sold on a strong to slightly higher market,! while the increasing supply of grassy l stock remained draggy and weak. No] yearlings of a good beef grade have I oeen included in this week's receipts, although tops of these are quotable from $8.00 Lo $8.25. Best heavy steers! of a good beef grade are selling from l $7.35 to $7.75, with the bulk of the i beef steers at $6.50 to $7.35, and real common ones as low as $6.00. Choice dryfed heifers are quotable from $7.00 to $7.50, with the same grade of cows! selling from $6.00 to $6.50, good to I choice heavy cows selling to(hay at I $0.25. Canners and cutters go largely from $1.50 to $3.50, with soin/ close, with a few of the poorest can- ners to i)ackers at $1.25 and as low as $1.00 A price spread of $3.00 to $4.00 buys most of the bologna bull.;, wilh all occasional head higher. A few veals are going to city butchers up to $7.75, with best lights to packers at $7.25, and eonds at $4.00 to $4.50. A few loads of good feeding steers are selling at $6.00 to $6.25, with bulk of stocker and feeder sales from $6.00 down to $4.00. A small volt,ne of trade is being noted in feeding cows around $2.00 to $30, with a few up to $3.5t). Sharp advances were scored on hogs this week, truesday's prices being 60c to 75c above a week ago. Range to $.40, bulk $7.75 to $8.25, choice pigs $885 Sheep and lambs gained 50e to 75c abov9 a week ago. RangeS7.75 to $8.40, bulk $7.75 to $8.25, choice pigs $8.85. Sheep and lambs gained 50c $8.50. Protect Cucumber Vines With Cloth-covered Frames The str, iped cucumber beetle and the !2-spotted cucumber beetle attack cu- cumber, squash, and melon vines thru- out the East. The best protection is to cover young plants witb, cheese- cloth-covered frv':nes whichmay be made on barrel-hoop arches. When the insects actually get access to the leaves a solution of arsenate of lead and Bordeaux mixture is effective. --The want ads will get you results. A trial will convince you. 30x3 Cord Tire Note the Kokomo twin-grip tread --the center rib which makes for ease in steering--the angled wedges to resist skid. Look for this red shield on the 30x3' Kokomo cord. It marks every 61se of Kokomo cord casings. Last year's consistent road performance of the Ko- komo 30x3 cord proves the soundness of its structure. The accurately turned clincher bead fits snugly in small car rims. The supple inner structure, reinforced at points of s[ress, stands the sharp and frequent im- pacts which small cars en- counter. Generous oversize saves the driver and his car. The 30x3 Kokomo cord suc- cessfully extends cord tire advan- tages to small car owners. Every detail of its strucm-e reflects seasoned tire building experience that dates back a quarter century. Kokomo 30x3 cords are much desired on light cars of open type. On small sedans and coupes, they are an unquestioned necessity. Let us prove to you the wisdom and economy of com- plete Kokomo equipment on your small car. J. Arthur Matthews & Company TIR00S*""TUBES .... I I ....... I I I I I III I I [1t1100I00 -'lt"'"'"'""'l"' l ,,' "''" prices for jtmk: " I Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton  IltI I 1111 I II I II Copper and heavy Brass,4e to 8 Old Rubbers and Tires, cent to 1 ent Per poun& " ' ' ) " " " ! t :  Pipe Fittings, Brass Cmods, stock. Acetylene Welding. The O]'tonville Foundry "W. F. MULLICA, Prop. Phone 2 industry carried on in this institution. The farmers of Minne- sota are saving thousands of dollars every year on agricultural implements manufactured here---and if you halve not been get- i" ting your share of these savlng it is because ydu have not been PRODUCTS buying the Minnesota Line of Agricultural Machinery. This saving has not alone been effected on the price of Minnesota machinery, but its lower price has been the meaos of keeping the prices of competing lines down. Yet the Minnesota Prison made goods are still lower than any of the competing lines. YOU HAVE SOMETHING COMING ,TO YOU The Watldn's man is on the road now and When you purchase Minnesota Binder Twine or Machinery Will cali at your place soon with a complete line you are getting some return on your taxes, in the shape of a saving on the original cost and the raving on repairs and of this famous and well-known goods, longer life of the machinery.  = ..... a.A l=--..l. r...=.. this year offers a Saving of iVil|li|L l|lil Aliil . 1 r o who 1  I "l I 800 000 dol a s to th se FR G ----EM M I N b.,,<. Think of that. There will be at least l6,0,0 unds of tMne A manufactured. This is sold for 2J/'lc per pound (wholesale) less than any J other brand, which alone makea a saving of 8400,000. Then freight, jobber' profit, etc., would make 2/c per pound difference---altogether a a saving of $800,000l Watkin's Retailer. M;,.,,,.-,,^io i;vt]....a well-made hlgh-grade product--as ivaaaasao aaaaa r n say good as any on the ma ket--ca e you quite a little money. The 7-foot Binder, for example, is just $26.61 lower in price than its nearest competitor. Can you afford to overlook an   economy like that? The 6 and 7-loot Binders offer, comparatively, the l[l.,,,-l[. ][ l_,the 12-foot, 36-tooth slze-are just 158.44 avaaaaas. ,.,o lower in price than other good lines sold in the State of Minnesota--and their material and workmanship ia guaranteed. Remember this when you need a rake. j I says the GoodJudge Minnemta Mowers have many points of superiority, yet -. they sell for $13.00 less than any other make of similar quality, For long ervice and general satisfaction you can't beat 'em. I I That you are getting full value for your money when you use this class of tobaoeo. The good, rich, real to- bacco taste lasts so long, you don't need a fresh chew nearly as oftennor do you need so big a chew as you did with the ordi- nary kind. Any man who has used the Real Tbbacco Chew will . tell you that. Put u in two stMas {2IJT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a'short-cut tobacco MINNESOTA LINE of agrmulturaI machinery is guaranteed by the State. It is made of the best materials obtainable and manufactured under the constant supervision of state-employed experts. SAVE ON FIRST COST SAVE ON REPAIRS MINNESOTA STATE PRISON, Stillwater, Minnesota. L I Tell one of the tollowin# dealers you must hee Minnesota Machines SEE ONE OF THESE DEALERS OrtonviHe, Farmers Elevator & Fuel Co. Clinton, J. D. Ross & Co. Odessa, Sellin & Co. [ti; ;Bellingham, C. W. Sellemeir. Graeeville, Lang & Griffith ! C. E. SIGLOH l , [or [x0ert I' ' / REPAIRING |; Phone 284-L [ Ortonville, Minn. | ,TOE BYER & SON Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. All kinds of c!ean]nff and pressing neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonville, Minn JOHN SPANYERS Light Harding of all Kinds Express and Baggage Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Worle. Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. ARTAH PUDER, All Kinds of Plastering and Stucco Work. Big Stone Cit$, S. Dak. Kodak DEVELOPING PR2NTIN ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderatt Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK t OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block uphill from. Gunderson's ! Drug Store Vapor-Sulphffr Cabinet Treatmes ] (For rheumatism, neuriti, etc.) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonviile, MinMmta FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. . PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt Atteattm A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Buildilqg Ortonvill Minn. DR. F. W. DUNE. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray Spinographiea|' Labomt 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Col. Wm.. Wellendorf AUCTIONWEB 30 years' experience. No practil. mg on your property. Call el write me early md get In o u early date, Ortonville, Minnemta 4 J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Residence - 194 Furniture Store - U All Work Guaranteed Ortonviile, Minnesota. WILL FINCH Experienced Paintmr Phone 235-L All Work Guaranteed JOHN MALMQUIST Interior De,orating and Artistic Sign Palntln| Phone 226-L r ortonville, Minnesota. ELMER SALSBUtY -mE WELL vmmm- Fifteen Years' Klmrit Ortonville. Minn. R. K D. 2 4; ..... You Need Prinl00 ing We Do Pnnting Let'us get together and both will be satisfied Till[ OIIOIWII tH)R'PLT iii \