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PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INI)EPENI;I:NT i i, r i n l i i, ............... --- eric&apos;an ! Leqion Corner Bonus Delay Is Not Warranted Congress Should Act Qack, Sa3s State (omk.amier Ve, aon--L-hn l)eserve Compensation. vation of fiscal eglslat]on, it w;!l Lc .] O\\;VIi \\;%]l:It exOeli,]!tu-l'e hot/Id bt ,)\\;:i(led for. li tie fiscal ie#L:hFion ;;::zc(t lhmt, ihc ex-serv:.:c nlan ,::,.r:, there will t,e no mona  avail- le i:,:u- the a,lj mLe([ conlpe:ado _2, i:xi" \\;\ill be put off a v'aim "'!b" ,kc(:th l,em atta(k o,, the : ]i:;' ie(Al aic,)ilpailie. ,), a :'A;- :R. of cditeiais v. hi':h hl i.u:i; case, :, ,:];);h. :H.<,L dhtg' in th('lr state- ,'l!i.. ,;( l,: t:.urpo: s of ;!w l,ii!. The) ,,tote tic* pr,m p,es of jusiic,? bn let'- :. the it.:: ,:d :[::" ' " " ' j . ,,.]' ithiOl  dl b&\\;'e [)e(:,H ac(t,j,tcd ; :l G:I:I(,VC,[ by the eo:mLit[ee, o{ , :;:::'.<;! ifi '. ;,:.:] ke of otis: ll;i',]it; St. Paul, ).!in>., Ju;y 9, 92i. "'The. C , :2 !|('S. American Legion; i> :xe]'tmg every "ih<: i)c;a]tment of Miune:ota. Am ounce of its eHe;,,y to prevent the ; -,., I ::<,i.,, ;,1 all Min:m-:otu p--'l: lmsponemenL of action on the. federal ,:d te,.iowths u:ene}'zi]v til'u,mt the adjusteq eolnpensation bill. It is work-r :.!,..re, have prote: e;l to our Minne.-:ota ing to secure passage of the bill at .enatol'S aa'a::4 Lilly poM:!}oniHllt 6[ the pr6sent session of Congress," de- . ,me cdnsiderSdo]l of the adju:.ted co,,n- clared State Cmander a. H. Vernon,' , ensatior bill,, aml imve ar'ed its who passed thru St. Paul last night on im(dy enactment. We feel that the his way hor, e t: i. tt!e Yall:, ],o;:a a SPeaking trip iu South Dakota in the interest of tnc American l,egion Na- tional Speakers Bureau. '"The Amo]can l,egion adjusted compensation bill has the praetieally unanimous .support of the ex-serviee men and women of the country. It has, I feel sure, the support of the great majority of the American people who have considered the matter with- out prejudice or bias. It was unani- mously endorsed by both bodie: of the Minnesota legislature at the recent session. It Fassed the National ]louse ,,e.t h]ajoriw o, rite pco]Ae o( 5,:.:- :ta want to do-justice to e--service men and women, believe that tie .A.rr;- ]'i(n Legion bill is just and fair and ,ight,, and that it should be enacted iOW.' While many St. Paul Legiomires are floating do\\;vn  the Mississippi to ]the Legion State Convention at Wi- ! hop, a, ome of their buddies who be- !ong to "La Societe Des Forty Hem- rues et Eight Chevaux," the ",i0 and :-0' as it is called, will join the state qelegation of the society and travel of Representatives by a large maaoei-i south in box cars via Rochester over ty. It has twice bec approved by thel the C. G. W. railway, thus recalling Finance Committee of the United!the 0nemorable rips they made here States Senate. It has been endorsed and there in France. More than 125 by the legislatures of many states in i members of "La Societe" expeet to addition to our own. , make this trip. They will stage a big "The United States Chamber of "40 and 8" initiation irWinona on Commerce is report.ed to be heading August 3, at which practically every the fight on the bill, but I am glad to Legion delegate will be initiated. be able to say that practically every: ermercial association in Minnesota "Labor and the Legion have a com- te which the bill has been explained, 'men aim--to make America a better has endorsed it. place in which to live," said Alvin M. Secretary Mellon's figures are gross- Owsley of the Legion National Ameri- iy misleading. The estimate of Secre- canism Committee, who spoke.before talT Houston who issued the same' the American Federation of Labor Na- sort of statement, showed that if all tional Convention in Denver, being in- ex-service persons took the cash troduced by Samuel Gompers. The bonus, the total cost would be $1342,- mutual understanding between the 000,000, and no other option in the 'tw organizations is growing stronger bill provides for an increase of more' every month. Messages have been re- than forty per cent, or a total cost, if all took the most expensive option, of $1578,000,000. The only way that the larger figure can be arrived at is by figuring compound interest on  the amounts of insurance certificates pay- ceived at Legion National Headquar- ters from labor leaders thruout the country, congratulating the Legion upon its success in making clear to the labor men the real purpose of the Legion. able many years in the future. , fi A novelty rare to conventions will be If one gures compound interest ifiaugurated at the Winona Legion and on the face value of the outstanding Le_i^n Auxiliar- conventi^ns Au -' t bonds of a municipality or corporation 2, en the convention s;ssions 1 from now until due, he is staggered ^ ,a ^_ , .... o,_^,. ....... r ff ne accepts the total as the mdebt- i-n steam'r "Washin"*-n " cab TM .e.ess of hs city or forporatmm i o f carrying three thousand five hun- te oaner or eorporons rig- dred passengers. The forenoon session ure that way. Such a presentation of will go up the river, back to Winonal the matter seems to be unfairly mis- at noon for lunch, then down the river leading and can only be calculated to frighten the country into the repudia- tion of its obligation to ex-service per- sons, by contveying the impression that the bill will entail the immediate ap- propriation of billions o dollars and would seriously cripple the financial condition of the treasury. "The findings of the Ways and Means Committee of the Senate head- ed by Senator Smoot are exactly the opposite, and state that means can be found for the payment of adjusted compensation, and say that the appro- priations to carry it into effect would not be burdensome -ome of the ablest men in Congre are those on the Ways and Means committees and their view is entitled to the utmost consideration. "It is incomprehensible to ex-serv- ice men how it @ill ruin the country to ,end in  series of years in the ad- justment of the compensation of its defender a sum less than the cost of earring on the wazt for a single month, and only two-thirds of the amount Which was promptly appropri- ated for the adjustment of compensa- tion of cancelled contracts for war materials. ,. "To the Legion, it seems t.t if ad- ju,J! compensation is to be granted in the near future, the measure should be passed now, so that in the eonsid- t H ii Radiators Repaired for the afternoon. The boat is one of the most beautiful on the entire Mississippi. Legionaires will have a deck all to themselves for their con- vention work, wliile the Legion Aux- iliary delegates will hold forth on a separate deck. And so, the history eli the Legion and its Auxiliary will be i made while passing thru one of the most beautiful panoramic views in the Great Northvcest. Sergeant Alvin York, famed for his individual war record, has enrolled as a member of the DaVid Summers Le- gion post at Chattanooga, Tennessee. York was present at the original meet- ing at which the Legion was organ- ized in France in 1919, but he did not 'join the organization until a few days l ago. Garbed in war paint and their na- tire costume, twenty or more full- blooded Chippewa Indians marched in the parade, atched the ball game, and danced with the Legion boys at the Itasea County Rally of the Legion in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, Dare- devil airplane stunts and a parachute drop from a speeding plane formed part of the entertainment. The Legion post of Amboy, Minne- sota, has ordered one hundred pairs of automobile tags bearing the word "Acnboy." They are simi!ar in size t We have pened up a Radiator Re- pair Shop in the basement ef the Alvah I. atthews Building, where we have the equipment to put your leaky and damaged adiator ilto a condition as goad as new. e Try us--bring your radiator in- let us prove to you that we know our business and that we can save you money, o 0rt0nville Radiator Shop F. A, Willett, :Prop. [ i the .Mhmesota auto license, an,. v:ili! Proportions for delicious pno'.as.-e-' aste ed abo.,e cr below tie li(ens:e drop (ool:ic.s ha'.c ',.ct': v. eYked 'ut b:, .ate, so that when Amho;,, Legkm-i Alice M. (,n],d s class in experimenlal ]es and citizens go motoring aliebl,', cookery at Unlversity Farm as fol- ese tas will serve the Furpose of] low:: "Three-ou;q'ters cup sour milk, m/els in advert.[:ing tile "oht home. th]ee-quarters cup nwhtsses, t\\;vo e2.'2,:% ,,wn." one cup fat, one hcAf cup suga,., th;'ee [tll(I olle-h,,.]' clips tour, t!ll'(!e-tid3rleYg 'lhe (:Olllttl_ .. y 7',!,illltesota tgID('[,a] , Leaslmon sal{, ,one ;i!Id oHt!-iH;}[' 4..,:v,, t?gClC, COlllpri/.ih tca[lls 1"OFt] GiCII- :-:p(}Ol O[' cloves, cilln&l'lOll aid EIT1- .... e, Stewing, I.ester Prairie, ltutcidn-eel. . m, l]rowr:to>; \\;\:hlsed and Phtuh (>:'-[ tie 31el.cod County Legion'[ hy ntral Committee }a:t April, [:; prov-- ,g a decided success. The general pablic is strongly supporting the var- ,os teams in the lea<ue, which is gov- :ned h:," a !,om,i cr committee nlad :q, o! one l,egi,m representative JOl'll/ aeh i,egion post. Each team will ,iay twelve ?.ames thls se{t.SL)ll. Disabled veterans at the Aberdeen h)spital in St. t'aul are setting a fine :xalnple to their comrades who came/ ack from the war uninjured, t'rac- ali 5 every \\;oumicd buddy is leal'h- :ug a new trade or profession. Their' hamliwork includes practically every- ddng you eouid mention--beautiful exagnples of \\;\'hat preserervanee and hdustry can accomplish. To help their buddies market these articles, memhers of the St. Paul East Side i,g]on Post will stage a carnival aul:,. 14, at which the article will be raf- fled. Thousands of tickets have al-! ready been sold by St. Paul Legion-! aires, and the St. Paul citizens who purchased thgm expressed satisfaction m being able to help in this manner. Nearly every Minnesota town boasts of a few former members of the 88th, Division, who will be glad to know l that they can attend the 88th Division: Reunion at Camp Dodge, near Des Moines, Iowa, August 26, 27 and 28. A reduced fare of approximately $15 for the round trip has been arranged. Members will be quartered in regi- mental sections, just the same as when the boys were preparing for war, so that there will be no difficulty in get- ting in touch with the buddies who meant so much to them "over there." COOPERATIVE EGG / MARKETING PAYS Co-operative marketinging of eggs, which is being encouraged by exten- sion workers of the University of Min- nesota and county agricultural agents, is saving money for farmers of Ne- i . . I braska. According to the Extensmn News Service of the Nebraska college of agriculture, six cents a dozen, or a total of $885, was the gain nmde by farmers df Hamilton county by mar- keting their eggs co-operatively dur- ing April and May. The county agent and the farm bureau helped to eollect the eggs at a central point and there grading, packing and shipping them, tl .OT00L I! Minneapolis, Minnesot II/[ Following t h e downward ill] |][I trend in prices is now offer- [[l| Iltl rooms I111 I]1 $1.G0 to $2.00--Without Bath 1/11 Illl $2.00 to $5.00---With Bath 1/11 i]11 Moderate Priced IIII Ill / I I :<'X \\; t i THURSDAY, JULY Why Go out of your way and lose time when you can get as good *(> a prLe in ODESSA for your Cream and Omer Produce. We Meet All Competition i and Prices Odessa Produce & Fai00:mo0000t Cream Station II Odessa - - Minnesota The Park He Now Open Under New Nanagement Regular Home-Style Cooking a Feature Board and RoOm by the Day or Week Rates Reasonable t JOHNSON BROTHERS, Nngrs. --Renew your subscription to The Independent now. Q /.,Lost ea.eifu Car in The Official Records DI, Lal Time , Mut P, ROW' 1Mile - - 35.01 - - - 102.8 Mile* - - - 3:15.88 - - - 91.8 10Miles - - - 6:31.48 - - - 91.9 15 Miler . - - 9:45.96 - - - 92.1 20 Mile, - - - 13:01.48 - - - 92.1 2Miles - - - 16;37,94 - - - 90.1 0Mile, - - - 33316.43 - - - 90.1 75 Miles - - - 50:00.80 89.9 100Miles 66:53.16 - - - 89.7 One Hour 89 0 / I IINeE Janua 21stthe Paige "Daytona 6-66" model has . captured tnworld's stock chassis records and established itself as the leader of all American sporting cars. There could be no more zmpresswe evidence of the speed, power and endur- ance which,are essential attribute s of trub fine motor vehicles. THE PARK GARAGE ! i / . /-.'i" y t II PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INI)EPENI;I:NT i i, r i n l i i, ............... --- eric'an ! Leqion Corner Bonus Delay Is Not Warranted Congress Should Act Qack, Sa3s State (omk.amier Ve, aon--L-hn l)eserve Compensation. vation of fiscal eglslat]on, it w;!l Lc .] O\\;VIi \\;%]l:It exOeli,]!tu-l'e hot/Id bt ,)\\;:i(led for. li tie fiscal ie#L:hFion ;;::zc(t lhmt, ihc ex-serv:.:c nlan ,::,.r:, there will t,e no mona  avail- le i:,:u- the a,lj mLe([ conlpe:ado _2, i:xi" \\;\ill be put off a v'aim "'!b" ,kc(:th l,em atta(k o,, the : ]i:;' ie(Al aic,)ilpailie. ,), a :'A;- :R. of cditeiais v. hi':h hl i.u:i; case, :, ,:];);h. :H.<,L dhtg' in th('lr state- ,'l!i.. ,;( l,: t:.urpo: s of ;!w l,ii!. The) ,,tote tic* pr,m p,es of jusiic,? bn let'- :. the it.:: ,:d :[::" ' " " ' j . ,,.]' ithiOl  dl b&\\;'e [)e(:,H ac(t,j,tcd ; :l G:I:I(,VC,[ by the eo:mLit[ee, o{ , :;:::'.<;! ifi '. ;,:.:] ke of otis: ll;i',]it; St. Paul, ).!in>., Ju;y 9, 92i. "'The. C , :2 !|('S. American Legion; i> :xe]'tmg every "ih<: i)c;a]tment of Miune:ota. Am ounce of its eHe;,,y to prevent the ; -,., I ::<,i.,, ;,1 all Min:m-:otu p--'l: lmsponemenL of action on the. federal ,:d te,.iowths u:ene}'zi]v til'u,mt the adjusteq eolnpensation bill. It is work-r :.!,..re, have prote: e;l to our Minne.-:ota ing to secure passage of the bill at .enatol'S aa'a::4 Lilly poM:!}oniHllt 6[ the pr6sent session of Congress," de- . ,me cdnsiderSdo]l of the adju:.ted co,,n- clared State Cmander a. H. Vernon,' , ensatior bill,, aml imve ar'ed its who passed thru St. Paul last night on im(dy enactment. We feel that the his way hor, e t: i. tt!e Yall:, ],o;:a a SPeaking trip iu South Dakota in the interest of tnc American l,egion Na- tional Speakers Bureau. '"The Amo]can l,egion adjusted compensation bill has the praetieally unanimous .support of the ex-serviee men and women of the country. It has, I feel sure, the support of the great majority of the American people who have considered the matter with- out prejudice or bias. It was unani- mously endorsed by both bodie: of the Minnesota legislature at the recent session. It Fassed the National ]louse ,,e.t h]ajoriw o, rite pco]Ae o( 5,:.:- :ta want to do-justice to e--service men and women, believe that tie .A.rr;- ]'i(n Legion bill is just and fair and ,ight,, and that it should be enacted iOW.' While many St. Paul Legiomires are floating do\\;vn  the Mississippi to ]the Legion State Convention at Wi- ! hop, a, ome of their buddies who be- !ong to "La Societe Des Forty Hem- rues et Eight Chevaux," the ",i0 and :-0' as it is called, will join the state qelegation of the society and travel of Representatives by a large maaoei-i south in box cars via Rochester over ty. It has twice bec approved by thel the C. G. W. railway, thus recalling Finance Committee of the United!the 0nemorable rips they made here States Senate. It has been endorsed and there in France. More than 125 by the legislatures of many states in i members of "La Societe" expeet to addition to our own. , make this trip. They will stage a big "The United States Chamber of "40 and 8" initiation irWinona on Commerce is report.ed to be heading August 3, at which practically every the fight on the bill, but I am glad to Legion delegate will be initiated. be able to say that practically every: ermercial association in Minnesota "Labor and the Legion have a com- te which the bill has been explained, 'men aim--to make America a better has endorsed it. place in which to live," said Alvin M. Secretary Mellon's figures are gross- Owsley of the Legion National Ameri- iy misleading. The estimate of Secre- canism Committee, who spoke.before talT Houston who issued the same' the American Federation of Labor Na- sort of statement, showed that if all tional Convention in Denver, being in- ex-service persons took the cash troduced by Samuel Gompers. The bonus, the total cost would be $1342,- mutual understanding between the 000,000, and no other option in the 'tw organizations is growing stronger bill provides for an increase of more' every month. Messages have been re- than forty per cent, or a total cost, if all took the most expensive option, of $1578,000,000. The only way that the larger figure can be arrived at is by figuring compound interest on  the amounts of insurance certificates pay- ceived at Legion National Headquar- ters from labor leaders thruout the country, congratulating the Legion upon its success in making clear to the labor men the real purpose of the Legion. able many years in the future. , fi A novelty rare to conventions will be If one gures compound interest ifiaugurated at the Winona Legion and on the face value of the outstanding Le_i^n Auxiliar- conventi^ns Au -' t bonds of a municipality or corporation 2, en the convention s;ssions 1 from now until due, he is staggered ^ ,a ^_ , .... o,_^,. ....... r ff ne accepts the total as the mdebt- i-n steam'r "Washin"*-n " cab TM .e.ess of hs city or forporatmm i o f carrying three thousand five hun- te oaner or eorporons rig- dred passengers. The forenoon session ure that way. Such a presentation of will go up the river, back to Winonal the matter seems to be unfairly mis- at noon for lunch, then down the river leading and can only be calculated to frighten the country into the repudia- tion of its obligation to ex-service per- sons, by contveying the impression that the bill will entail the immediate ap- propriation of billions o dollars and would seriously cripple the financial condition of the treasury. "The findings of the Ways and Means Committee of the Senate head- ed by Senator Smoot are exactly the opposite, and state that means can be found for the payment of adjusted compensation, and say that the appro- priations to carry it into effect would not be burdensome -ome of the ablest men in Congre are those on the Ways and Means committees and their view is entitled to the utmost consideration. "It is incomprehensible to ex-serv- ice men how it @ill ruin the country to ,end in  series of years in the ad- justment of the compensation of its defender a sum less than the cost of earring on the wazt for a single month, and only two-thirds of the amount Which was promptly appropri- ated for the adjustment of compensa- tion of cancelled contracts for war materials. ,. "To the Legion, it seems t.t if ad- ju,J! compensation is to be granted in the near future, the measure should be passed now, so that in the eonsid- t H ii Radiators Repaired for the afternoon. The boat is one of the most beautiful on the entire Mississippi. Legionaires will have a deck all to themselves for their con- vention work, wliile the Legion Aux- iliary delegates will hold forth on a separate deck. And so, the history eli the Legion and its Auxiliary will be i made while passing thru one of the most beautiful panoramic views in the Great Northvcest. Sergeant Alvin York, famed for his individual war record, has enrolled as a member of the DaVid Summers Le- gion post at Chattanooga, Tennessee. York was present at the original meet- ing at which the Legion was organ- ized in France in 1919, but he did not 'join the organization until a few days l ago. Garbed in war paint and their na- tire costume, twenty or more full- blooded Chippewa Indians marched in the parade, atched the ball game, and danced with the Legion boys at the Itasea County Rally of the Legion in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, Dare- devil airplane stunts and a parachute drop from a speeding plane formed part of the entertainment. The Legion post of Amboy, Minne- sota, has ordered one hundred pairs of automobile tags bearing the word "Acnboy." They are simi!ar in size t We have pened up a Radiator Re- pair Shop in the basement ef the Alvah I. atthews Building, where we have the equipment to put your leaky and damaged adiator ilto a condition as goad as new. e Try us--bring your radiator in- let us prove to you that we know our business and that we can save you money, o 0rt0nville Radiator Shop F. A, Willett, :Prop. [ i the .Mhmesota auto license, an,. v:ili! Proportions for delicious pno'.as.-e-' aste ed abo.,e cr below tie li(ens:e drop (ool:ic.s ha'.c ',.ct': v. eYked 'ut b:, .ate, so that when Amho;,, Legkm-i Alice M. (,n],d s class in experimenlal ]es and citizens go motoring aliebl,', cookery at Unlversity Farm as fol- ese tas will serve the Furpose of] low:: "Three-ou;q'ters cup sour milk, m/els in advert.[:ing tile "oht home. th]ee-quarters cup nwhtsses, t\\;vo e2.'2,:% ,,wn." one cup fat, one hcAf cup suga,., th;'ee [tll(I olle-h,,.]' clips tour, t!ll'(!e-tid3rleYg 'lhe (:Olllttl_ .. y 7',!,illltesota tgID('[,a] , Leaslmon sal{, ,one ;i!Id oHt!-iH;}[' 4..,:v,, t?gClC, COlllpri/.ih tca[lls 1"OFt] GiCII- :-:p(}Ol O[' cloves, cilln&l'lOll aid EIT1- .... e, Stewing, I.ester Prairie, ltutcidn-eel. . m, l]rowr:to>; \\;\:hlsed and Phtuh (>:'-[ tie 31el.cod County Legion'[ hy ntral Committee }a:t April, [:; prov-- ,g a decided success. The general pablic is strongly supporting the var- ,os teams in the lea<ue, which is gov- :ned h:," a !,om,i cr committee nlad :q, o! one l,egi,m representative JOl'll/ aeh i,egion post. Each team will ,iay twelve ?.ames thls se{t.SL)ll. Disabled veterans at the Aberdeen h)spital in St. t'aul are setting a fine :xalnple to their comrades who came/ ack from the war uninjured, t'rac- ali 5 every \\;oumicd buddy is leal'h- :ug a new trade or profession. Their' hamliwork includes practically every- ddng you eouid mention--beautiful exagnples of \\;\'hat preserervanee and hdustry can accomplish. To help their buddies market these articles, memhers of the St. Paul East Side i,g]on Post will stage a carnival aul:,. 14, at which the article will be raf- fled. Thousands of tickets have al-! ready been sold by St. Paul Legion-! aires, and the St. Paul citizens who purchased thgm expressed satisfaction m being able to help in this manner. Nearly every Minnesota town boasts of a few former members of the 88th, Division, who will be glad to know l that they can attend the 88th Division: Reunion at Camp Dodge, near Des Moines, Iowa, August 26, 27 and 28. A reduced fare of approximately $15 for the round trip has been arranged. Members will be quartered in regi- mental sections, just the same as when the boys were preparing for war, so that there will be no difficulty in get- ting in touch with the buddies who meant so much to them "over there." COOPERATIVE EGG / MARKETING PAYS Co-operative marketinging of eggs, which is being encouraged by exten- sion workers of the University of Min- nesota and county agricultural agents, is saving money for farmers of Ne- i . . I braska. According to the Extensmn News Service of the Nebraska college of agriculture, six cents a dozen, or a total of $885, was the gain nmde by farmers df Hamilton county by mar- keting their eggs co-operatively dur- ing April and May. The county agent and the farm bureau helped to eollect the eggs at a central point and there grading, packing and shipping them, tl .OT00L I! Minneapolis, Minnesot II/[ Following t h e downward ill] |][I trend in prices is now offer- [[l| Iltl rooms I111 I]1 $1.G0 to $2.00--Without Bath 1/11 Illl $2.00 to $5.00---With Bath 1/11 i]11 Moderate Priced IIII Ill / I I :<'X \\; t i THURSDAY, JULY Why Go out of your way and lose time when you can get as good *(> a prLe in ODESSA for your Cream and Omer Produce. We Meet All Competition i and Prices Odessa Produce & Fai00:mo0000t Cream Station II Odessa - - Minnesota The Park He Now Open Under New Nanagement Regular Home-Style Cooking a Feature Board and RoOm by the Day or Week Rates Reasonable t JOHNSON BROTHERS, Nngrs. --Renew your subscription to The Independent now. Q /.,Lost ea.eifu Car in The Official Records DI, Lal Time , Mut P, ROW' 1Mile - - 35.01 - - - 102.8 Mile* - - - 3:15.88 - - - 91.8 10Miles - - - 6:31.48 - - - 91.9 15 Miler . - - 9:45.96 - - - 92.1 20 Mile, - - - 13:01.48 - - - 92.1 2Miles - - - 16;37,94 - - - 90.1 0Mile, - - - 33316.43 - - - 90.1 75 Miles - - - 50:00.80 89.9 100Miles 66:53.16 - - - 89.7 One Hour 89 0 / I IINeE Janua 21stthe Paige "Daytona 6-66" model has . captured tnworld's stock chassis records and established itself as the leader of all American sporting cars. There could be no more zmpresswe evidence of the speed, power and endur- ance which,are essential attribute s of trub fine motor vehicles. THE PARK GARAGE ! i / . /-.'i" y t II PAGE *2 THE OBTONVILLE IN]HCP;NDENT THUR.SDAY, JULY ] o u fisc g a o , !  ae,  o co,so a, v,fl][ P1po , o e e o  ::; thin, ,!t be no ,a,,n< ,,.d I ee tas ,,]I >o,e th, i:u:pn e ,,; Io,,,: :"Hnec. ,,u, rte; 'ul, ,,nr o,k l!  Come, j [ .............. ' ]' ......................................... '0 ot] ] ....... [ '  h ....................................... q ' ] I" L J . vLJ ,o m or a:.h,. ] ,,,,,' onerupY,t, nnch:U.u, uo, tl,:  ,;:,, ,,,th t,m att. k ,., C,,I an,l,,n,,h ;enp .,). , e,,n:;tm Bonus Delay Is ..................................... 1 , ......... ) ................................................................. .... : ,,rdu, ai ,h;o,,:, <,( Not Warranted .......... ............. ,n ,b., ..... _ _ , I i.qn,, otq,,-i ,I J,e, Cot/less Sho.ld et Qa;ek, ;<ts "" ti e ;li;,ip, el el, ;,ut, .tate (km.oan:tr ;e.o. :d,. > ,Id,h h,e beet a,eL Deserve ( ompensatmo. ,,i . :, td b do co :mto, (, St Paul, Hin,, ,Jt 9, i)2! "lhc , h, ;,a :e nf ,u, n:o, Ammhar, I.egie/ ]. ca<tree every , i< D(]:!bnen ofMbme oa, An I OUn e ff e,,<:  to preent the , 1 , r i 11 51 ) ,  ....  a, ....... be ede,'ai ";I, , o; , , ;, , i i,, (,; jus e Ix' k " on1 la ]( . . ; e ,e p o J : o r  idnlleSol,, g eu e  "ge h m o . )asa n e ] a afo , p, , Illsahlad telao ,t th4 Abe,detn the pK'.ent ssier, of C<,ngro , e he c6nsdm:thm .f tl. adjt, n,l c,,, d,,splta] i,, gt. paul *,e scUim, a fin elated State Cnander k H. Vernon, t hi} [ I ...... [ 1 tl . / .I , , , m,a m , , ., laxc a,.* am, e e /en o,,ira es x m came who passed thru S. Paul }ast mht on 9t,h e.aetme.t e eol u,t Ihe ,.ck Iro the ,ar aula uled I>ta h s xav be e * speaking hlt> m omb I akota m thcl ua ut to do'%tlee to e< .l[e ii o n<v. tladO m pofe i<,u lhei intelest of *n Amezican Legion Na- I ,,o and women, befieve that the . ]t.di,(uk include, ptactleal b e / tioual Speako* Bateau, ...... I:> (m eRiolbfll ustandahaml I g  u e ue n be fi L lhe An,,zle).u Legmn atuust*d  an ha u be e h e xa p e uh b I cso r e con tr]sation hi/ Ills he pxacticHy ]o.,. I , iu ty con acmlnp/ish. To Ietp anammnus suppmt of the e-serice i -- h i. bu, i. madit these a:tiele men an so e of e coun ry Yh e n a S Pau g "e [ : : t . e o e S pu EstS<e a, [ eel l.e, the suppmt of de e ffoa ng aown the M*smsoppl u[ Pot eiH stoge a catnips1 Jul, grit majority of the Anericaa peuplei tie lgion State (o,lvettion at Wi i h - a wh he artic]eg will be ra- who have eonsidoeed the matter ith-4 no,m, oule of thcl ])uddms /o [ e il. 'l'imusaods of tickets bare a/- out plejudice or bias It ws unanl-,onr to "La Soeiet Des orty Hum- ,eady been sol, b, S Paul l,egion-i mo y endo se< by both to,/ e, or , s e g gb Chevaux," the "0 and ires, and the St. Paul citizens who; the Minnesota leglslatux at the recent " as it is called, will join the amte ,urehaeed thdm expresse d satisfaction sion. It yssed he National IIouse :legation of the society atnd tlaxel of Representatives by a lalge maloci- ] :;outh in bax cars via Rhester ovm 'n being able to help in this mnm. t. It has twice bedtt approved by the the C. G. W raihvay, hus recalling Finance Coittee of the Uilited' the ,memorable trips they made hel,e States Seato It has been endorsed! and here u France. Mo than 12 by the legslatus of ,),any tote* in[ menlbers of "La Siete" expect tc aditlon to our own. make this trip. They will stage a big 'q'be United States Chamber of 4O and 8" initiation iWinaaa o,i Comme is reported to be heading August 3, at which practically ever the fight on the bill, but I am glad to Legion delegate will he initlatd. be able to say that ptietdly every m omeLl assiatlon in Min,ata Lair a.d the Lon have a earn. to which the bill has been explained," me,, aim--to make America a bette has endowed i ple i. which to live," said Alvin M Seetary Mellon's figs are gros ' Owsley of the Legion Natio.al Ame. ly mlsleadi.g. The etlmate of S- canim Committee, who spoke.bfo taw Hoton who issued the sam* the America Federation of Labor Na of statement, shower that if all tinnal Co.ntion in Denver, being in -rv persons took the cash tdul by Samuel Gomper Th t wn mu ua unders a dug between the boa, the oral st tfld be $ .842,- n i eO,000, and no other option In tha two organizations is growing stanger bill provide for an inese of more' every month. Messages have bn t*- than fory per cent. or a tot st, ived at Legion Naonal Headquar- if all took the most expensive optt, ters fm labor lead.s thrueut the of $17500,000. The o.ly way thaLcuntr, ngratuIating the Legl ee larSer gre em be arrived at is upon ,to sueces ia mking clr to b; flSwdng pnd Interest on'the the labor men the al purpose of the amounta of instance eertlfite pay- Legle able may year In the future. I A novelty rar to conventions will be "If one figure enraptured lntet ifiaugurated at the Winona Legion and the filee value of th* ontstandg .. Legion AUxiliary eonventio Aug/t beas of a mume pahty or corporation 1 2, when the convention eions ll fem now tfl du he ia ag be held on the new Streks excur- if he pte the total a the ndeb ' . iion steamer "Washington," capable eaen of Iz eit nr corporae  of carrying throe thotmand five hun- Nttht* bmlter r eortkmm fig- dred passenger. The foan es*ion u that way Sh a pseatatloa of . , will go up the ver, bk tn Winona the matter seems to be unfairly ram- . , at noon for ih, then do the aver leaedng md can only be l]ated to for the aftemn Th boat " n f . , . e ae tghten the try into the rosa. of the most beautiftd on the enti tin of its obligation to ex-trv For- MississlppL Legonais will have a on y 'veging the *mpton that .... dk all to themselves for their n- the bill vll] etali the Immediate p-, vention work while the Legion Aux- Feo!rlatn of billions ofdona 8d, iary delegates will hold forth oia would nsly epple the financial separate deck And o the h story of oditlon of th treaur, - [ the Legion and it Ailiary will be 'The findings of the Ways and made wh e psng thr one of the Me* Committee of the Senate head- most beautiful pnoic views in the ed by Senator Smoot are etiy the Great North*Jest. ee0podte, and state that mea e be found for the payment of adjmt Sergeant Ah'in York, famed for hls mpensation. and v that the appro-i individual war ol has enroI]l as prlatfom to carry it into efft weald n member of the DaVid Summs L t be burdensome ome o the glen post at Chattanga, Tennessee, abMt men in Congre a those on York was present at the original mt- Ways and Mn committees and ing at which the Legion was organ- their view is entitled to the utmost id in Fr in 1919, but he did not naidetion. :.tin the organization until a few days "It  inmprehenslbe to ex.e., ago. lee mere h it v[I] in the country Garbed in war paint and their ha- to end in eri of yea in the st]- tire eostxe, twenty or mo full- Jeat of the mptmtion of it* blooded Chipp.wa Indians mched in efenr a mm M th the east of the parade, rate3 the ball ge, rrTiag on the wal for & single and dnefl with the Legion boys at Im, and only twthird of the the Itaeea Catty Rally of the Legion t which was promptly appreprl- in Gd Rapids. Minneta, Da for the e]jtstmet of ompnsa- devil airplane tunts and a parachute lion of eell ntets or war drop fm a speeding plane foe terl X I part of the entertment. "T o th Lefon. it ms th2 if - The Legion post of Amboy, Mie- mpelmtlofl i  he g'rnted]8ota has ordered one ]lundred pairs in the  future, the mea should ] of automobile tags beating the wo)d be pamtl n)  that in the nMd*] "A,mboy." They a slmtRtr in *ize Radiators Repaired" .5;=,,:. , We have:pened up a Radiator Re- - pair Shop in the basement of the Alvah I. Matthews Building, where ' we have the equipment to put your leaky and damaged ]liator ito a co]oditon as g)d as new. Try us=-bring y0ur radiator in- let us prove to you that we know our businem and that we can save you money. 0rtonville Radiator Shop F. A. Willett, Prop. ,,ized iv Ue il,l l < ounty Lelrion "! [I)CICIE $'(. ,nr,al ,./,,iuce b: t April, ; IS<,  a deci<lo\