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THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, JL'NE 29,1 --Don't disappoint your b0v 0r t i @ CLINTON NEWS [ The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. E. M. Plummer on Wednesday. Louie Reimer made a business trip to Alvord, iowa, this week. Ludvik Munson "came home on Tues- day from the State University. E. G. Dalseti and family spent Sun- day with relatives in Appleton. Mrs. Andrew Olson of Braham, Minn., is visiting friends in and near: Clinton. H. Cole is building a fine new barn &2x60 ft. Henry Cole, Jr., is chief carpenter. Mrs. Severt Severtson of Claire City S. D., is here visiting her sister, Mrs. Ole Jacobsen. Mrs. Christine King of Ortonville spent Friday in Clinton in the inter- ests of her business. Little Leona Thomas spent the week-end at the homo of her sistei Mrs. G. M. Johnson. Mrs. Chris Hugos and children of Minneapolis are guests at the hame of her father, J. C. Johnson. Lillian and Margaret Wiedluntl had their tonsils Temoved at the clinic at Ortonville last Thursday. Miss Christine Olson came hme the first of the week to spend a few days vacation with her mother. Victor Martinson, Alvin Larson and Ivan Green camped at Fetterly's on the lake over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shannon and guests from St. Paul spent last Sun- day with relatives at Chokio. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ross and Her- bert Hegner drove to Peever on Sat- urday night to visit over Sunday. Rev. A. C. Kosrud of Glenville, Minn., is here visiting his father-in- law, Abraham Steen and family. Henry Lewis and son of Clearbrook, Minn., have been visiting at the homes of Victor and J. F. Lewie the past week. Rev. F. J. Johnston is expected home on Saturday and there will be preach- ing services on Sunday at the M. E. church. Tom Sehlgmme and wife drove to Doone, Iowa, the first of the week. They were accompanied by Wm. Swank. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Nelson and chil dren of Franklin, Minn., visited the first of the week at the home of Mrs. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Norton drove to Milbank, S. D.," last Saturday to visit over Sunday at the Carr Bai- ley home. Irene Fotkens left last Friday for Granite Falls to vislt a sister. Before her return she will visit in St. Paul and Chicago. A. D. Sweezy and familly left on Sunday by auto for a trip to Fort Ripley, Minn. They expect to be gone about a week. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Howe and Rus- sell left on Monday night for Wabasso to attend the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Howe's sister. Mrs. Chas. Swenson and Alvin went to Fergus Falls on Wednesday to at- tend the wedding of'Mrs. Swenson's niece, Miss Anna Rydon. Miss Lou Starff, who is employed in the Pioneer Store at Ortonville was a gale at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sherman over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Larson re- turned to their home in Aberdeen, S. D., on Monday, after having visited two weeks at the Asplund home. Mrs. Bert Barton, Ihla and Beatrice Barton and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Martes drove to Ortonville on Monday to at- tend the birthday party of Doris Mills. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Ryan are enjoy- ing a visit from their son, who stop- ped off on his way from Kimbal, S. D., to Minneapolis where he has work. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Given have moved this week to the Drenner farm where they have engaged to help Mr. and Mrs. Drenner with the summer work. F. R. Finberg and family spent last Sunday at the Chas. Matthews home where they joined a large family par- ty and all enjoyed a most delightful dinner. Alton Sherman returned on Friday night from Minneapolis with a new Hupmobile which was purchased thru the S. & S. garage by Miss Nellie Hanratty. Mrs. S. J. Rivett from near Seattle, Washingtoi is a guest of Mrs. C. W. rheeler and other friends in Clinton. Mrs. Rivett was a resident #f Custer twenty years ago. Miss Opal Finberg came home on Saturday from Faribault, where she has been attending St. Mary's Aca- demy. Irta Finberg went to the cities and accompanied her sister home. Mr. and Mr T. C. Haman and chil- dren and Mrs. Gussie Johnson of St. PauI were guests at the home of Jim bnannon over the weekend. Mrs. man is a sister of Mr. Shannon.  Mr, and Mrs. B. M. Lindberg and eAMldren of Duluth arrived on Fri- day for a visit at the home of Mrs. Lars Munson. Mrs. Lindberg was for- merly Miss Hannah Dahl of this place, and is a niece of Mrs. Munon, G. M. Johnson and family drove to Pelican Rapids on Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Net- son and to bring home Httle Muriel Jobmson who has been visiting there and at' FaiiTnont for the past two weeks. A number of Clinton boys joined the National Guards at Ortonville during the past week. Among those who joined are: Charley Schell, Har- "sld Watkins, Ted Swank, and Marvin Steen, Chester Chase, Orville Hoxtell 1antics Finberg and Clarence Tham- t BEARDSLEY ITEMS ] Miss Susy McDonald has purchased a new Ford Coupe. Chas. Salmonson of Prior was in Beardsley Wednelay. Mrs. Eva Rollins is visiting at the W. J.. Barr home, Duluth. Miss Clara Asberg of Minneapolis is visiting relatives at Beardsley. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dunleavy are vis- iting Mrs. Dunleavy's son at Duluth. Rev. Gee. C. Fenscke is .attending O" I LEGAL NOTICES @ ORDER LIMITING TIME TO FILE.CL$IMS AND FOR HEARING THEREON Estate of lgnatieus A. Foell. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big" Stone. In lobate Court. In the matter el the estate of Ignatious A. Foell, Decedent, Letters testamentary this day having been granted to Maud Focll; It is ordered that the time within which all creditors of the above named decedent may present el,tiros against his estate in this CourL. te. and the same hereby is. limited to six months from and after the date hereof; and that Monday the 1st day ot January. 19-%. at 10:00 o'clock a. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Court House at the city of summer school at Hamline University. Merrill Dittes has been taking care of mail route No. 2, while Philil) Ken- ney is on his vacation. I Joe Stallman and bride arrived in l Beardsley Monday to make their fu- ture home in this vicinity. . 'I Mrs. Clara Hilsaback and children l of Grand Forks, N. D., are visiting at! the E. G. Blackman home. i Mrs. A. S. Stephen left Frlttayi with her brqther, Will Gowan for hisi home in New Richmond, Wis. ii C. Christenson returned Monday] morning from Jordan, Minn., where , he has been taking mud baths, i A great many people from Beards- ley and viciJfity attended the Masonic , Ortonvilte in said county, be and the same hereby is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the examina- tion. adjustment and allowance of such claims as shall be presented within the time afore- said. Let notice hereof be given by the publica- tion of this order in the Ortonville Indepen- dent as provided by law. Dated June 29th, 1922. (Seal) R. B HUDSON, Judge of Probate. (First Pub. June 29 3w) Order Limiting Time to File Claims and for ttaring Thereon. Estate of Louise Palm. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Louise Pahn, Decedent. Letters of administration this day , picnic at Foster last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dittes and! daughters Dorothy and CaVherine, left  Thursday morning for Minneapolis. The Henry Ehrnst car tipped over on the way to town Sunday. The car was damaged slightly but no one was hurt. Phillip and Jim Kinney returned Saturday night from Stroll, N. D., where they had been looking over the latter's farm. Beardsley and vicinity wishes to ex- tend its heartiest congratulations and good wishes to the editor of the Orton- ville Independent. Graveling on the state road south from Beardsley was commenced Wed- nesday and we are in hopes it wilt be in good shape for traveling. Mrs. A. S. Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Harry O'Neill nd Rev. P. J. Shanahan attended the Gowan-Strong wedding at Ortonville last Wednesday. Miss Dorothy Murphey of Phila- delphia and Mss Alice Kenney of St. Paul are visiting at the home of their friend Miss Katherine Moroney. , @ FOSTER Levi Eastman autoed to Ortonville last Saturday. The town board of equalization met at the R. T. Stegner home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Spencer and family called at the Holmberg home Sunday. The Stephney Ladies' Aid will hold their next meeting wPch-irs. Eli Stotesbury on July 6th. M. Walter Kennelly and children of Graceville are visiting at the Mike Eastman home this week. Rittel Eastman of Ross, N. D., ar- rived last Saturday for a short visit at the Mike Eastman home. L. Swanson, of Sioux Falls, is vis- iting this week at the home of his brother-in-law, Henry Lux. A baby boy arrived at the he,me of Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Stegner, Jr., last Saturday. Mother and child are doing well. Mr. and Mrs. George Hastings re- turned home Saturday from a two weeks visit with relatives near Ogilvie, Minn. They traveled by Ford. Church services at th Stephney church were conducted by E. S. March. of Broms Valley, last Sunday, Rev. Fenscke having gone to Hamline to attend summer school. C. N. Tesch, aged 81, died at his home in the southern part of Foster township on Thursday, June 22. Inter- ment was mde at the Beardsley M. E. cemetery, the services being con- ducted by Rev. Marsh of Browns Val- ley. An ice cream social was held ta the home of Alfred Hamner Saturday evening for the benefit of the Steph- ney M. E. churcl. A basket supper was served. There was a large at- tendance and every one reported a pleasant time. Joe Stallman and his bride arrived home last Monday and a number of the neighbors gathered at the farm for an bid fashioned chaivari. They were irivited to partake of a sumptu- ous "feed," and departed at a late hour after spending a pleasant even- ins and wishing all happiness to the newlyweds. i having been granted to H. W. Palm; It is ordered that the time within which all creditors of the above named decedent may present claims against his estate in this Cotlrt, be, and the same hereby is, limited to six ,months from and after the date hereof; and that Monday the 25th day of Decem- ber, 1922, at 10:00 o'clock a. hi., m the Probate Court Rooms at the Court House at the city of Ortonxlle, in said county, be and the same here- by is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the examination, adjustment and allow- ance of such claims as shall be pre- sented within the time aforesaid. Let notice hereby given by the pub- lication of this order in the Ortonville Independent as provided by law. Dated June 21, 1922. R. B. HUDSON, Judge of Probate. (First Pub. June 22 3w NOTICE FOR BIDS. Sealed proposals will be received at Clinton, Minnesota, by the school board of Common School District No. 57, County of B;g Stone, State of Min- nesota, until two p. m. (2:00 p. m.y July 5, for the erection and completion of a school building on Section 24,  Township of Almond, county of Big Stone, Minnesota, without heating plant or metal for ducts. Bids must be accompanied by a certified check COMING 1  " ' DR. A. J. SIMPSON EYE SPECIALIST 80S Mcdloal Bldg., Minneapolis. Dr. Simpson is a Graduate of one of the best Op- tical Colleges, this with his tweuty years practical ex- perience enables him to give his patients the most Skilful and Scien- tific service in the treatment of their ayes. In addition to the oramary sewing and tdlng glaues required by everyone on aftem the ago of forty, Dr. Simp- son is prepared to take care of the most ompllcatod cases of Headache, Pain in Le Eyes, Burning and Smarting of the L d[, Cross Eyes in Children, Failing Vision, Nervousnems and other troubles caused by Eye-strain. He makes all tminations wlth the new "Retino- sope," a new Instrument and a new method that does" away with the slow, old fashioned and dangerous drug meth- Jnis instrument reveals the inner of the eyes so strikingly and per- _feo.t that diagnosis is extremely easy: It  an Instrument of precision and Oa be operated in a light room rnking gn actual pleasure of what by the old mthod was a trying ordeal for both the paUent and operator, It makes use of the t method of Retlnoscopy, the latm and most ainahle method of  for glasses, because: (1) it re- qtnr no answers from the patient, and (I) I;>eMle of its wonderful exactness. If your eyes trouble you, you can- see well, you need glasses or your OM lenses changed be sure and see  Btmlmon on this visiL He will yo the condition of your eyes, wgt yo need and the cost of hav- k your work done FREE OF He willbe gt Palm's Jewelry Store Ortonville, July 5 for four per cent (4 per cent) of the --Get your oils and greases at A. i 5mount of the bid, payable to the C. Anderson & Co., as they handle l School Board of Common School Dis- the very best at low prices--THE trict No. 57, Big Stone County, Min-I WILLACO LINE. nesota, which check wilt be returned  building contract is executed, or said school board does not ac- cept .f bid. The school board re- serves th right to reject any or all bids. Copies of plans amt specifications of this building may be seen a C. A. Johnson Lumber Company. MARTIN HUSELID, Clerk, District No. 57, County of Big Stone, State of Minnesota. --A new barrel of Spanish Salted Peanuts just received. Only 19 cents per pound. Tyler's Variety Store. i I --How about your stationeD', enve-i lopes, letterheads, bill heads, etc. For service and workmanship--get them: at the Independent. i Buy them fireworks. Tylers' Store. Good N ws in Every Bank Be Small though the Bank Book is, if you practice Thrift, it will always hold more good news for you than even the daily news." It will always bring a smile and strengthen your hopes of a prosperous future. If you want an incentive, just take what few dollars you can spare this week, bring them to us and start a Savings Account. We gill add interest. ORTONVILLE STATE John Carlson, President. C J. Stark, Cashier. " H.A. Stucke. A't. How did your neighbor's last bargain tire turn out ROBABLYvou know. at least one car.owner who is always on the look-out for the cheapest tires he can fin& He likes to get them by mail or at a sale o'r at some place where they have big red bargain signs over the door. It wouldbe fine if he could get "the edge" in every tire trade. But the dealer can't afford to let him have it. @ 0' *b Even if a man saw percentage in at all--it disappeared when the "Usco" brought the price down. A standard product-and the dealer Us it with pride. A good tire. The dealer has !0 deafir to trade Vou into alargtrprofit for himself. Un.ud Statmlts m fe/.llms Cm, wld 1922 An out.ln-the-open tire. The dealer sells you confidence, not price. He wants you sad stied with performance and value. The only way he knows to get your business is to de- serve it. This is the "Uso" idea. Compared with the ten-minute thrill of the bargain appeal, the "Usco" is just plain common- sen tax cha00ed onthis 3ox300 / / FRESHNESS .A Sgn of RESTORED Interest Our dry claning process restores all the freshness that alluring made your gown so attractive when new. Where there was once dull color and a hint of completed usefulness we restore a dash of living color and months more of wear. Our re- suits will positively please you. Send us that last year's dress for a trial United States Tires, United States  Rubber Company ,, T V/wre You Ostlind & Karn Can Buy Ortdnville, Minn. U. S, Tires A. M. Semrau Odessa, Minn. Correll Auto Co. Correll. Mi. r If you are ever to become a success it must follow some kind of a start. You cannot "luck" yourself into a fortune. The successful ma reaches his goal thru following a definite plan of operation. Have you outlined a definite plan of your own? If not, why not? Tomorrow is not the day--Today is. \\; #