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PAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT CLINTON NEWS Mr. an(t Mrs. Wiley Ross were call- t to Peeer, S. D., on Monday, ju&lt;t --.aYter their return to Clinton by the : tbat Mrs. Rossx' brother, Her- Ikm't Hegner. had been injured in an mtammbite accident at that place. Jona Jacobson and Miss Hilda Lar- left by auto on Sunday for Lake CrystM where on Wednesday they wexe married. Miss Larson lives at Lake Crystal and has taught school zhks locality. She is a sister of l[iss Leona Lar.on of the First State Mr. Jacobson is a young far- i mmea, who lives ust east of Clinton t ']bere the young couple will keep lomse. Clinton will welcome Mr. and l _rs. Jacobson as residents here. .Another wedding marks the clos- im, g week of June, the month of ro- I mance and bridal roses, which has' frilly.sustained its reputation well in! (llinln this year. On Wednesday ight the marriage of Miss Edith Ras- raussen and Arthur Dimberg was sol- 'mzed at the Methodist Episcopal t church, Rev. Moe officiating in the ab-i ence of the regular pastor, Rev. ,Johnston. Miss Rasnmssen is the .daughter of Mr. an(t Mrs. Peter Ras-i mussen, and has lived in Clinton since I lher childhood, and for the past two -ears has bee na teacher in the rural! wahools. Arthur Dimberg has grown* to manhood at the farm home of his paxents, 3 miles/northwest of Clinton, "is a prosperous young farmer. I)y her sister, Miss Violet Rasmussen t ]lath have many friends to wish t.hem t tppiness. The bride was attended i d Miss Marie Dimberg, as brides-! maids. The groomsmen were Edward I ]Moberg and Harold Dimberg. Miss! lLillie Erickson played the wedding l' maxch and Edward Seill sang two Bgs, "Because," and "For You Alone." After the wedding a recep- m wa hehl at the home of the Ibritte's pm-ents. Mr. and Mrs. Dim- berg left on Thursday morning on a :Lvip. They will }hake their home on ix. Dimberg's farm, west of Clinton. othe n osm'fi.wooohetP- fft IOUSE W1VES' ATTENTION. tf you have a pair of Dull Shears city Tuesday. Albert Johnson of Clinton was an . Ortonville visitor Tuesday. Jack Mielke of Morris was in the i city visiting friends Tuesday. Miss Thelma Force of Clinton was an Ortonviile visitor Tuesday. Dr. Karn left Wednesday morning for Minneapolis on business. ] Miss Ann Lundberg of Odessa[ spent Tuesday visiting friends in this 1 city. / Jack Oster of Abei*deen, S. D., mo-1 toted thru a few days ago on his way to Montana" ] Miss Florence Hawkinson of Ben- son spent a few days in tiffs city en-t route to her home in Webster. [ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown and l family of Bue.wrus, N. D., are enjoy- I ing a few weeks camping at Chautau- qua Park. George Brown's little son of Big Stone City, had the misfortune of l breaking both his arms when he fell ";* @ Mr. and Mr.=. C. F. C!ay and chi]- " PERSONAL, SOCIAL dren of Montevideo are occupiag one A ND NEWS ITEMS , of the cottages at Braun's Parw and .. .i will re.nain for a :wo week's outing. Mr. Clay is laroprietor of the Riverside",,,. Ed. Wilson of Sisseton was in this I and Dunn hotels at Montev:.-leo. Chas Chrisman, Jr., of Minneapolis was here Tuesday representing the Minneapolis Tast Company on a bid for the Trunk Highway reimburse- ment Bonds, which were received at the courthouse Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ccderre, Mr. and,Mrs. Ed. Persson, Mr and Mrs. Steve Johnson of Chautauqua Park, and Mr and Mrs. Dr. Dunn motored to Hartford Beach Momtay evening to attend the dance. Miss Irene Aune of Dawson and Elinore Arnison of Minneapolis were house guests of Miss Laura Mihell the past week. Miss Arnison will be remembered as the champion tennis player of the University of Minne- sota. Miss New Subscribers to The Independent. A. J. Stevanus "-. Madeline Reyer C. F. Boyd First National Bank, ( Gracevilte ) Hilmer C. Anderson Ed. Fresse Fred Jackson Dr. McHug'h Mrs. Lee Farley Sam and Andrew Rothi and Arthur i Ororke and families of St. Paul, who have been visiting at the Paul Rothi home in Odessa township for the past two weeks, ,motored home Wednesday. Mrs. Joim Michell and John, Jr., i drove to Fargo, N. D., Tuesday morn- ing for a few days visit. Mrs. Anita Frances Coehran and Fred Bertelson and daughter Hope will ac- company them home and expect to ze- Brown, Jr., drove to Veblen, S. D., Sat-] main here for a short isit with urday, returning Sunday. On the re-; frierid s and relatives. turn trip they were accompanied by Miss Agnes Anderson, who will spend Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson and two ehihlren visited friends here the from a tree. a few days visiting .at the Cochranlfirs t of the week. They are enjoying Miss Colby of Minneapoli spoke to home. a trip by" auto to points in Minnesota. the county commissioners and the Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Addy of Minne-i Mr. Johnson was section foreman at school board on Tuesday at the court- I apolis, who have been spending the i Ortonville for several years leaving house on Child Welfare. past week at the Martin Schoen home Miss Loretta Witte is enjoying al were entertained Sunday afternoon at i here about thirteen years ago. two weeks' vacation from her duties a buffet luncheon at which a numbert The Clinton" Forester team was on at Palm's Jewelry Store. She is spend- of their friends were guests. Mr. and l hand with full head of steam to do ing the same with fr!ends at Grace- ville. Miss Elsie. Mickelson, who is em- ployed as telephone operator at Mid- way in Minneapolis returned Sunday afternoon after enjoying a week's va- cation visiting friends in this city. Harvey" Spanyers 4sited at the lIor- ris 'Broten home in Montevideo over SundaT. He was accompanied home by Erling Broten who 411 visit-with him during the remainder of the week. 1 The Woodmen Camp of Ortonville I had a hilarious time last Friday even-i ing when thev took on four candidates, to ride the "goat, and a few other things that is necessary in order to be a good Woodman. Misses Jessie Utley and Maud Des- so left Monday night for Boston to attend the National Educational As-I Mrs. Addy departed for their home Monday morning. The following marriage licenses were issued the past week by clerk of court Hayden French: Otto S. Olson and Mable Johnson of Artichoke; Bert F. Fitzgerald of North Dakota and Catherine Geagon of Moonshine; Ar- thur M. Dimberg and Edith Rasmus- sen of Clinton; Geo. L. Bartell and Marie Erkenbrack of Graceville; James O. Schell and Isabel A. Shan- non of Clinton. Tcm Lennon of St. Paul ivas here Wedne<lay representing the Austin] Western Road Machinery Company. Mr. Lennon will be remembered by many people as manager of road I shows, playing in "Nought and Paid " t " 1 for at the Me ropohtan Theatre, now known s the Orpheum, about seven years ago. Mr. Lennon is trying to] interest the city in purchasing an up- to-date street sprinkler, t it he work, and they sure did, as they l have the reputation around this part of the county of being a bunch of i foresters that can do their part the very best and there was a large num- ber of outsiders that was in attendance to see the Work put on, and the Camp broke up at tvo o'clock i the morning and all in attendance proclaimed the meeting to be a howling success. They I all promised to be present at the next regular meeting which will be held on Friday evening, July 14th when there will be a class of candidates to receive their degrees. Lunch will be served, and plenty of iL Here's to the land of the tall green pine, And summer land where the sln doth shine, Where the weak grow strong and the strong grow great, Here's to The West and the North Star State! at! at Kollitz's for information a ndl sociation. They intend to be away} JM.a Q. A. Spencer will call at your about eight weeks and while Ea'st will ttmse antl do your work FREE OF t visit in Washington, D. C. ItARG ......  ' WANT ADS , WNTEIN--Competent maid at the PensulaL Inquire of Mrs. C. J. :.'MeL one314-L-3. MD %NTD--Competent Maid i''and  tt. Peninsula. Gopd  'ages. In@ieSf Mrs. C. F. Boyd, phone 1.o-I,. . FOR RENT House in- Big Stone tY, S. D. Witl'rent cheap. Write Elmer Salsbury at Correll, or see Pal Trapp a the Farmers' Staze tlmk in Big Ston City. *4-t: 1511MSTITCItlNG--Will do hemstitch- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. Waddans. 27-tf-t IRI2GS WOVEN--I will weave rag rugs from now on at the home of ray son, A. S. Halls. Prices--27 in. -,vide, 65e; 30 in. wide, 75c. Mrs. S. J. Halls. *47-tf ]ttAYLAND FOR RENT-2We have some hayland located 2 miles east of Ortonville for rent. Inquire of . B. Kaercher & Co. *5-tf FOR SALi--One used DeLaval No. 12 Cream S e p a r a t o r. Overhauled :--Price $30.00. Alvah Mattthe-s. FOR SALE--8 room modern house mith en acres of land, also other uawn property located in Ortonville. tL W. Lowe, Barry, Minn, R. 1. FOR SALE--A number of purebred horthorn Bulls. Call or phone Bert Babbitt, 5-P-20. 8-1 FOR SALE--A bargain in an electric Vacuum washer with swinging Tringer and steel tub stand. " All in -1 condition. Ortonville Imple- ment Company. $-1 FOR SALE--Two 8-foot Minnesota t]inders, 1 seven foot Minnesota 'Binder, 2 ten foot Minnesota Rakes :a a real bargain. Come in and see Ja Sellin & Co., Odessa, Minn. 8-3 FOR SAI/E--One Success Spreader all in fine condition. Yours for $40.00. , ,Oronville Implement*Co. "8-1 FOR SALE--Used grain binders, I)e<ing and McCormick, 7 or8 foot s. Ortonville hnplement Co, "8-1 lgOR RENT--Furnished rooms for light house keeping. Park Hotel. *8-2 FOR SALE--Shorthorn Bulls. 'oung Calves and Young Bulls of Service- ble age. Scotch and Scotch top- ped, ISoans and Red. See these be- fore you buy. Geo. E. Ga,:dner, Or- -tmqlle, Mind., Phone -F-20. 8-tf lLOST--Oran.re and black bathing' ;uit. On Odessa road Tuesday night. Find.r ptea.-e call 193. "8-I LOST--A front Lamp to Ford car omewhere on state road between Big Sme ('ity anti the John Wee,!- ng ::rm. Finder please leave the! -'aroe at hi:: office. Silas Weeding.' The quit t Kollitz's store at Odes- :sa wiI] be given away Saturday, July l. 8-1 --Dr. Simpson here July 5. OBI' U AR 1 Where The "EATS" Are Good Compare such a breakfast or lunch with a heavy, greasy diet on a hot dayl Realize the health and cooling refresh- ment of Kellogg's Corn Flakes and Raspberries, or any fresh fruits! You will feel so much better--and work better and play better I And Kellogg's Corn Flakes are so appetizing. They appeal wonderfully to finicky folks--just the food for hot; uncomfortable weather. Yet Kellogg's are as nourishing ms they are delightful. Just use plenty of cold milk and fresh fruit and you have a fine, satisfying meal! Eat lightly this summer and keep well. You'll free your. self from sluggish drowsiness and from headaches. Keep the 1/ttle tots on a Kellogg's diet and see how they benefit! Just be certain you get Kenogg's Corn Flakes in the RED and GREEN package. It bears the signature of W. K. Kellogg, originator of Corn Flakes. Nae are genuine without it. CORN lq, AKES Christine Shultt. nee Voss, died on June 22,1922, at the age of 2 years, 2 montis and 18 days. Funeral services were conducted bv rite-_- in the Yellowbank clmrch. Ser- mons were preached in German by Rev. Utzinger vf Bellingham anti in the English language by Rev. W. F. Brecher of LeMars, Iowa. Rex-. Emil Mueller of St. Paul and Dr. A. E. Haugen of Harrisburg, Pa., also par- ticipated in the services. Christine Shultt, nee Voss. was born _&pril 4, 1840 Werben, Province of Pammerania, Germany. In 1859 she was married to Carl Minzel. To this union was born two sons. After one year of widowhood she was united in marriage to Chris- tian Schultt,. This union was blesd with five children, four sons and one daughter. In 1874 the family came to America and settled near Paynes- ville, Minn. Here they became ac- quainted with the Evangelical Associa- tion, were converted and joined the church. Three years later, in 1877, they moved on a farm in the vicinity of Odessa and Bellingham. After farming a number of years, they re- tired and lived in Bellingham and Odessa at different times. About five years ago her second husband died. The last years of her life were spent in the home of her son, George. She hm:l to undergo the privations and hardships of pioneer life when they lrst settled in this region. She was a good woman and had many friends. She died of ailments incident to old age. She leaves to mourn her departure, one brother, Fred Voss, near Belling- ha and five sons, Christian Minzel of Bellingham, Charles Minzel of Se- attle, Wash., Frank and Ferdinand Schultt, Odessa, Minn., and George Schultt, Browns Valley, Minn., 27 grand-children and six great-grand- children. (Contributed by N. A. Eller) r / Our Larder is being constantly supplied with Delicious and Wholesome Foods. --Picnic supplies of all kinds. Ty- ler's Variety Store. Advt. We pay Highest Price for Old Iron, Copper, Heavy Brass, Rags, Rubbers, Tires. Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting and Hose carried in stock. Acetylene Welding. The Ortonville Foundry W. F. MULLICA, Prop. Phone 23 For this reason, a demand for the Splendid Meals we Sewe, is continually Growing. Be satisfied of these facts by giving us a trial. SOFT DRINKS CANDY CIGARS The K.T. Restaurant WILLIAM MILLS, Proprietor " SPECIAL NOTICE We want more Cream and Produce. We are paying Top Price at all times. Why sell for less. Give us a trial and be convinced A A. D. OESTREICH Ortonville, Minn. START early and by laying aside a c e r t a i n sum regu- larly---you can build up a fund that will insure a career for your son or daugh- ter. C00treer ForYoqrSmt ' This fund, carried in our savings de- D A 00TITD A f: L" partment, will earn &1kk I &k/lk.] 1.:d 5 per cent payable Two of our largest pastures are unfilled. Both have an abundance of good grass. One pasture has not been touched this year. Reasonable rates given for the balance of the season. We also have two fine pieces of hay land for rent. See us about these if you need hay for your stock. semi-annually. A. B. KAERcHER & C,DMPANY