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JULY 14, 1921 , SOCIAL ] -aND NEWS ITEMS IA Cliff was a Morris visitor of Harris, Iowa, viuted unday. Welch of Bemidji is visit* acre this weeR. aM Mrs. L. P. Zimmerman of Wel&apos;e 111 town this monmg. girls ot Appleton are camping k'arK :[or a few (lays. " Kirk went to Web- Tuesda for t short msit- L|nnlan Port oi' All:me, S. D. for appendicitis Tues- Everson is entertaining Mr. Shoberg of Peever, about three weeks further year than in in former Caffee of Fargo, N. her aunt, Mrs. A. W. sister, Mrs. Ber- Station is visiting him Della Vater of Winona is a the home of Mr. and Mrs. and.Mrs. Roy Geier returne( trip on the Great returned Satm'day from at Tracy where he spent a Hornstein of Prior and son Valley were here on of Twin Brooks, S. D., on at Evangehcal hos- rornin g. Paetrick entmained her he Misses Norby, of Ap- unday. and Robm Horner file were in Ortonville on Schiebe returned Monday tip to Seattle, Wash., and points. of Appleto was admitted hospital Monday to re- attention. Thompson, telephone Is spending a weeks vacation and Pipestone. and party of land buy- e, Iowa, autoed to of the week. Fahey of Graceville came the lecture of Ruth at Chautauqua Park. Mrs. Fred Wagenhats re- S. D., Sunday af- Puting on the Peninsula- Laraont returned Saturday Aberdeen, S. D., where business fQr a few days.  Voedisch of Aberdeen, S. D., at the Kelly cottage on the tie is a West Point cadet. tt. Michaelson of Menahga and Sunday here vis- ;hter Miss Elsie Michael- and son Rogers of D., had their tonsils re- gelical hospital Tues- bIiSses lmma and Ella Rudolph at the Carl Berwald and L. aaxities at Milbank last Sun- ij : made a trip tu a h)ad of p,)! fur The Bo'tliug Works Wednes- R. Winter and two children Aberdeen, S .D., Wed- ten days outing at the of Sioux Falls, S. D., the absence of the wire Cooch, who is on a vaca- ]?. l:rr returned t'e.,.',y atomobile trip to Re V, iag vred friends for .e.,ecal nt of Aberdeen, the first of the week to mnmer at the B. C. Lamont E. Shepard is seriously ill at here. Her youngest daugh- ergus Falls has been su..> Hawkinson returned to here last Friday after a With her parents at Web- Massee of Appleton came and remained over till night visiting with Mrs. H. Matthews will leave for Monday for a three With her daughter, Mrs. Ladies' Aid will Sale at Palm's Jewelry afternoon of this I Libby is moving this adjoining the Con- church which she put- of the Gunderson returned Sunday fro Vacation at Fargo, Renville rs. Edward Brmer and return to Aberdeen, S. after several days outing Johnson, Gust Lindgren Nelson families visited at Anderson home northwest SUnday. ss is home from Duluth for Vacation. He has a posi- ir one of the leading city. H. W. Sarvis return- S. D., Monday attended the funeral of mother. THE ORTON/ILLE INDEPENDENT i i Mrs. P. W. Hunter of Appleton is i The Misses Evelyn and Pearl !:at(m, captain of the Girl Scouts in camp at l Rena Salvorsen, Hattie Swenson and Chautauqua Park and Mrs. George I Anna Lin.lherg are enj(.y;ng :'n or.Ling Howard, lieutenant. The Camp Fire girls of Winneba-- go Camp, of Madison, are in camp at .vlcGee's Park. There are thirteen in- ciuding two guards. Mis Rena Sa'vcrs0n who taught t Billings, Montana last year is speml- ing her summer vacation at the home I of her parents here. l The Zion Mission Society will meet] at the home of Emil Johnson next I Thursday afternoon, July 21. A o'diat l invitation is extended. Mr. and Mrs. James Newton re-I tmlaed the first of the week from nor- t thern Minnesota where they have I been since this spring. I W. H. Matthews left this morning t for Kent in northern Minnesota to look after the harvesting of grain on his farns at that place. G. F. Battey of Sioux Falls, S. D., district traffic chief for the North- western Telephone company, was here on business Wednesday. E. L. Gustafson who lives five miles south of Barry was in Ortonville on business Wednesday. He was accom- panied by hig son, Kenneth. The Misses Pearl, Merle and Viola Ayres of Wilmot, S. D., had their tonsils removed at Evangelical hos- )itai We(tnesday morning. Frank Reaney and family and Mr. Stevens and family of Pipestone are occupying cottages at Bonan::a Min- eral Springs for the season. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Zehringer-drove to Roberts county by way of Browns Valley Tuesday to look after the har- vesting on Mr. Zehringer's farm. B. H. Chesley and family of Man- kato visited at the home of Mr. Ches- ley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Chesley for three deys recently. at Chautauqua Park. Miss Pearl Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Peterson of Miu- neapolis is vi,:iting at the home of her uncle, V. B. l'eterson, this week. M'": Wan(la Hubba of Aberdeen is here visiting the J. R. Hubbart family at the Peninsula. She expects to be here the rest of the summer. Dr. and Mrs. Schweiger and little son and Mrs, chweiger--'s mother of At)erdeen, . D., are occupying one of the Ibemer cottages on the Peninsula. Miss Frances Berdan, ex-supervisor of the Sioux Falls, S. D., exchange, has been employed as operator for the telephone company at this place. Miss Eleanor Carlson who taught school in Minneapolis during the past year is here visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Carl- on. The Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold a Food Sale on Saturday, July 23, at Ortonville. The place at which it is to be held will be announced next week. Miss Alma Chesley lturned from Duluth a few days ago where she taught school during tae past year. 5ne will retu, n to Dhluth to "cach fall. lhiMr .s and Mrs. Alfred Thomas of M))waukee, Wis., arrived a few (tays j aZ(. to spend the balance of the sea- I son Mr Thomas owns a half section. of land in Grant County. The- have I rooms in the George Wilt home. Mrs. J. E. Palmer and Vincen are camping at Bonanza Mineral Springs. with Mrs. Palmer's sisters, the Misses Estelle and Lillie Erickson of Clinton. Mr. Palmer drove up there Saturday and spent the week-end with them. BIG SPECIALS i For Saturday at PIONEER MEAT MARKET I, ARD--Bring Your Pail, per lb:,_. 10c Veal Stew, per lb ............................... 8c Veal Pot Roast, per Ib ....................... 15c Beef Roasts, per lb ........................... 12c Hens and Broilers--Order Early li III I I i I h .... E)ANN 8' EVANS Proprietors. Mrs. L. Gerhardt of Aplington, Ia., is visiting at the home of her ,laugh- ter, Mrs. George Yust west (,f }ig Stone City and with other rtatives in that city. Miss Jean Ahen of Aberdoen, S. D., i+ here for a ten days :rating. She bad charge of the Industrial At ip. the Redficld, :. I, sob ,A tuvmg tl:(, past year. Miss Pearl Geier left the first part of this week for Sioux Falls, S. D., where she will visit with Mrs. Ear! Bleteher, formerly Miss Marguerite Palm, for a while. R: G. Tyler and daughter Miss E1- ,ira Tyler returned to their home at Waterloo, Iowa, the first of the week after a visit with G. C. Tyler of the Tyler Variety Store. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scofield and Mr. and Mrs. End Stephens departed the first of the week for Clark's Lake near Brainerd for Several weeks stay. The Scofields will live with Fred Hill while the Stephens have leased a cottage. There's a Satisfied User Near You PAGE" " i i ii iii i i i Attention Dairymen i i i i i . WE ARE PAYING FOR BUTTE!{,FA T UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE |11 i i i. I i 0rtonville Ice Cream & Butter Company "Pfluegers don't make all the ice cream but they make the best." When buying Dek:o-'IAght the complete ele::h'ic lia'hL and power plant you don't have to depend upon your own judgment. You don't have to rely enire.ly upon what the Delcx)-I,i..,_rht :;a!es- man tells you. Talk with a Delco-Light user and learn from him whether it will do for you the things claimed. There's a satisfied user near you. Write for Catalog OU must plan financial career. A few men are "lucky" but most men have judgment. successful used good Plan your work then work your plan. S. A. BARR, Dealer ORTONVILLF MINNESOTA 10c - Sale - 10c I . I I I[ I IIII I I I I Your Co-operation Solicited What we want to do is to reduc prices to help put living costs where they belong. If you will watch our ads; if you will visit our store--you will be convinced that we are doing our share to this end. During the next Seven Days we will give you a 10% Discount on all Children's and Misses' Rom- pers and Dresses. GINGHAMS During the next Seven Days we will sell all our 30c to 35c Ginghams at, per yard, ...... 24c Queen Quality Patent Leather Pumps $6.50 Ladies' Union Suits Ladies' Union 5% Suits, Special ....... Say Folks: Remember back in 1914, the buying power of a dime? It would buy a great many things that it won't ordinarily buy today, but we have plan- ned a 10 Cent Sale that will make you think you are living in 1914 and not in 1921. Enameled Puddng Pans, 2 sizes-- 7/x2/ in. and 77/sX3:% in. Actu- al capacity I and 11/2 qts. 20c and 25c value. Each ................ 1Oc Deep Pudding Pans, 101/x3/, Heavy IC Tin, Each .................. 10c Wood ttandled Dippers, round bowl 4 ,/x21/2, Each .......................... 10c Steel Fry Pans, 6 in. diameter made from cold rolled steel. Each ............................................ 10c Dripping Pans, 2 sizes 7x10x23/s and 8xl0x2/s. Each ................ 10c One Quart Measures, 4/2x4/2. IC'Tin. Each .............................. 10c Nickel Plated Three Arm Towel Racks, 12 in. long. Each .......... 10c Two Cup Flour Sifter, 5 x 3 . Each ........ : ............. 10c One Quart Funnels, 5% in. Each .................................... lc Dust Pans, 9x13 in. Each .... 10e Wash Basins, tin, 11 in. Each .................................... 10c 5 in. Extension Bar Strainer. Each ...................................... 10 4 in. Bowl Strainers. Each 10 3 in. Tea Strainers. Fah .... 10 Wire Soap Saver. Each ...... 10c Auto Pliers, 6XAin. Each .... 10 Mendets, 4 ass't, sizes mad wrtmch, box ........................ 10e Heavy Hinge I-Iasps, 4 in. (No Screws) ................. : .... 10 Cut Salts and Peppers, 3% in high. Each .................. 10c Large Aluminum Drinking Cups, / pt. Each ................................ 10c Glass Footed Ice Cream Dishes, clear glass. Each ...................... 10c Pickel Dishes, Pressed Glass 6 x 3/ in. Each .............................. 10c Victory Mits. Cleans dishes, pots, pans like magic ........................... 10c Paprus Picnic Plates 20 8-in. in dust-proof package .................... 10c Picnic Sets--6 fibre dishes, 6 tin- ned ice cream spoons, 6 napkins, and 6 lace paper doilies, Set .... 10c Celluloid Soap, Hair and Powder - Boxe  Each ............ : ................. 10c 6 in. Gilt Band Coupes, 7 in. Each ..7:.. ......................... 10c Household Hammers, & in. Each .: .......................... 10c Fiber Chair Seats. Ass't sizes. Each ........................ 10c Tulip Drinking Cups, 5 oz. One dozen .......................... 10 Shopping Bags. Each .......... 10 Clutch Pencils. Each ............. 10e Men's Pad Garters, ass't. colors, Pair ............ : ........... 10 Bead Necklaces, ass't, colors and sizes Each .................. 10 Flower or Lunch Baskets, 3 sizes. Each ........................ 10c Shelf Paper, ass't colors. Each ...................................... 10 Toy Desk Telephones, 7 in. high. Each ........................ 10c Rubber Balls, Each .............. 10 Balloons and Squawkers, Each ................................ 10 Ladies' Black Cotton ose. Per Pair ............................ 10c Men's Summer Work Socks, Per Pair ........................... 10c Furniture Polish 4 oz bottle. Each ...................................... 10 Tumblers, thin blown, 8 oz. Each ................................... 10 Tumblers, Colonial pattern, 2 for .................................... 10 Gla Jelly Moulds, 5 z. 2 for ................................... 10 Percolator Tops, 2 for .......... l{le Doll Sunbonnets. Each ........ 10 Broadway Bath Soap, Cake 10 Paring Knives. Each .......... 10 Boys' Ja Caps. Each ........ 10 This Sale Starts Tuesday, July 19, and will continue the balance of the week unless sold out before. You must Come Early or You will be Disappointed. TYLER'S VARIETY STORE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA. JULY 14, 1921 , SOCIAL ] -aND NEWS ITEMS IA Cliff was a Morris visitor of Harris, Iowa, viuted unday. Welch of Bemidji is visit* acre this weeR. aM Mrs. L. P. Zimmerman of Wel'e 111 town this monmg. girls ot Appleton are camping k'arK :[or a few (lays. " Kirk went to Web- Tuesda for t short msit- L|nnlan Port oi' All:me, S. D. for appendicitis Tues- Everson is entertaining Mr. Shoberg of Peever, about three weeks further year than in in former Caffee of Fargo, N. her aunt, Mrs. A. W. sister, Mrs. Ber- Station is visiting him Della Vater of Winona is a the home of Mr. and Mrs. and.Mrs. Roy Geier returne( trip on the Great returned Satm'day from at Tracy where he spent a Hornstein of Prior and son Valley were here on of Twin Brooks, S. D., on at Evangehcal hos- rornin g. Paetrick entmained her he Misses Norby, of Ap- unday. and Robm Horner file were in Ortonville on Schiebe returned Monday tip to Seattle, Wash., and points. of Appleto was admitted hospital Monday to re- attention. Thompson, telephone Is spending a weeks vacation and Pipestone. and party of land buy- e, Iowa, autoed to of the week. Fahey of Graceville came the lecture of Ruth at Chautauqua Park. Mrs. Fred Wagenhats re- S. D., Sunday af- Puting on the Peninsula- Laraont returned Saturday Aberdeen, S. D., where business fQr a few days.  Voedisch of Aberdeen, S. D., at the Kelly cottage on the tie is a West Point cadet. tt. Michaelson of Menahga and Sunday here vis- ;hter Miss Elsie Michael- and son Rogers of D., had their tonsils re- gelical hospital Tues- bIiSses lmma and Ella Rudolph at the Carl Berwald and L. aaxities at Milbank last Sun- ij : made a trip tu a h)ad of p,)! fur The Bo'tliug Works Wednes- R. Winter and two children Aberdeen, S .D., Wed- ten days outing at the of Sioux Falls, S. D., the absence of the wire Cooch, who is on a vaca- ]?. l:rr returned t'e.,.',y atomobile trip to Re V, iag vred friends for .e.,ecal nt of Aberdeen, the first of the week to mnmer at the B. C. Lamont E. Shepard is seriously ill at here. Her youngest daugh- ergus Falls has been su..> Hawkinson returned to here last Friday after a With her parents at Web- Massee of Appleton came and remained over till night visiting with Mrs. H. Matthews will leave for Monday for a three With her daughter, Mrs. Ladies' Aid will Sale at Palm's Jewelry afternoon of this I Libby is moving this adjoining the Con- church which she put- of the Gunderson returned Sunday fro Vacation at Fargo, Renville rs. Edward Brmer and return to Aberdeen, S. after several days outing Johnson, Gust Lindgren Nelson families visited at Anderson home northwest SUnday. ss is home from Duluth for Vacation. He has a posi- ir one of the leading city. H. W. Sarvis return- S. D., Monday attended the funeral of mother. THE ORTON/ILLE INDEPENDENT i i Mrs. P. W. Hunter of Appleton is i The Misses Evelyn and Pearl !:at(m, captain of the Girl Scouts in camp at l Rena Salvorsen, Hattie Swenson and Chautauqua Park and Mrs. George I Anna Lin.lherg are enj(.y;ng :'n or.Ling Howard, lieutenant. The Camp Fire girls of Winneba-- go Camp, of Madison, are in camp at .vlcGee's Park. There are thirteen in- ciuding two guards. Mis Rena Sa'vcrs0n who taught t Billings, Montana last year is speml- ing her summer vacation at the home I of her parents here. l The Zion Mission Society will meet] at the home of Emil Johnson next I Thursday afternoon, July 21. A o'diat l invitation is extended. Mr. and Mrs. James Newton re-I tmlaed the first of the week from nor- t thern Minnesota where they have I been since this spring. I W. H. Matthews left this morning t for Kent in northern Minnesota to look after the harvesting of grain on his farns at that place. G. F. Battey of Sioux Falls, S. D., district traffic chief for the North- western Telephone company, was here on business Wednesday. E. L. Gustafson who lives five miles south of Barry was in Ortonville on business Wednesday. He was accom- panied by hig son, Kenneth. The Misses Pearl, Merle and Viola Ayres of Wilmot, S. D., had their tonsils removed at Evangelical hos- )itai We(tnesday morning. Frank Reaney and family and Mr. Stevens and family of Pipestone are occupying cottages at Bonan::a Min- eral Springs for the season. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Zehringer-drove to Roberts county by way of Browns Valley Tuesday to look after the har- vesting on Mr. Zehringer's farm. B. H. Chesley and family of Man- kato visited at the home of Mr. Ches- ley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Chesley for three deys recently. at Chautauqua Park. Miss Pearl Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Peterson of Miu- neapolis is vi,:iting at the home of her uncle, V. B. l'eterson, this week. M'": Wan(la Hubba of Aberdeen is here visiting the J. R. Hubbart family at the Peninsula. She expects to be here the rest of the summer. Dr. and Mrs. Schweiger and little son and Mrs, chweiger--'s mother of At)erdeen, . D., are occupying one of the Ibemer cottages on the Peninsula. Miss Frances Berdan, ex-supervisor of the Sioux Falls, S. D., exchange, has been employed as operator for the telephone company at this place. Miss Eleanor Carlson who taught school in Minneapolis during the past year is here visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Carl- on. The Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold a Food Sale on Saturday, July 23, at Ortonville. The place at which it is to be held will be announced next week. Miss Alma Chesley lturned from Duluth a few days ago where she taught school during tae past year. 5ne will retu, n to Dhluth to "cach fall. lhiMr .s and Mrs. Alfred Thomas of M))waukee, Wis., arrived a few (tays j aZ(. to spend the balance of the sea- I son Mr Thomas owns a half section. of land in Grant County. The- have I rooms in the George Wilt home. Mrs. J. E. Palmer and Vincen are camping at Bonanza Mineral Springs. with Mrs. Palmer's sisters, the Misses Estelle and Lillie Erickson of Clinton. Mr. Palmer drove up there Saturday and spent the week-end with them. BIG SPECIALS i For Saturday at PIONEER MEAT MARKET I, ARD--Bring Your Pail, per lb:,_. 10c Veal Stew, per lb ............................... 8c Veal Pot Roast, per Ib ....................... 15c Beef Roasts, per lb ........................... 12c Hens and Broilers--Order Early li III I I i I h .... E)ANN 8' EVANS Proprietors. Mrs. L. Gerhardt of Aplington, Ia., is visiting at the home of her ,laugh- ter, Mrs. George Yust west (,f }ig Stone City and with other rtatives in that city. Miss Jean Ahen of Aberdoen, S. D., i+ here for a ten days :rating. She bad charge of the Industrial At ip. the Redficld, :. I, sob ,A tuvmg tl:(, past year. Miss Pearl Geier left the first part of this week for Sioux Falls, S. D., where she will visit with Mrs. Ear! Bleteher, formerly Miss Marguerite Palm, for a while. R: G. Tyler and daughter Miss E1- ,ira Tyler returned to their home at Waterloo, Iowa, the first of the week after a visit with G. C. Tyler of the Tyler Variety Store. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scofield and Mr. and Mrs. End Stephens departed the first of the week for Clark's Lake near Brainerd for Several weeks stay. The Scofields will live with Fred Hill while the Stephens have leased a cottage. There's a Satisfied User Near You PAGE" " i i ii iii i i i Attention Dairymen i i i i i . WE ARE PAYING FOR BUTTE!{,FA T UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE |11 i i i. I i 0rtonville Ice Cream & Butter Company "Pfluegers don't make all the ice cream but they make the best." When buying Dek:o-'IAght the complete ele::h'ic lia'hL and power plant you don't have to depend upon your own judgment. You don't have to rely enire.ly upon what the Delcx)-I,i..,_rht :;a!es- man tells you. Talk with a Delco-Light user and learn from him whether it will do for you the things claimed. There's a satisfied user near you. Write for Catalog OU must plan financial career. A few men are "lucky" but most men have judgment. successful used good Plan your work then work your plan. S. A. BARR, Dealer ORTONVILLF MINNESOTA 10c - Sale - 10c I . I I I[ I IIII I I I I Your Co-operation Solicited What we want to do is to reduc prices to help put living costs where they belong. If you will watch our ads; if you will visit our store--you will be convinced that we are doing our share to this end. During the next Seven Days we will give you a 10% Discount on all Children's and Misses' Rom- pers and Dresses. GINGHAMS During the next Seven Days we will sell all our 30c to 35c Ginghams at, per yard, ...... 24c Queen Quality Patent Leather Pumps $6.50 Ladies' Union Suits Ladies' Union 5% Suits, Special ....... Say Folks: Remember back in 1914, the buying power of a dime? It would buy a great many things that it won't ordinarily buy today, but we have plan- ned a 10 Cent Sale that will make you think you are living in 1914 and not in 1921. Enameled Puddng Pans, 2 sizes-- 7/x2/ in. and 77/sX3:% in. Actu- al capacity I and 11/2 qts. 20c and 25c value. Each ................ 1Oc Deep Pudding Pans, 101/x3/, Heavy IC Tin, Each .................. 10c Wood ttandled Dippers, round bowl 4 ,/x21/2, Each .......................... 10c Steel Fry Pans, 6 in. diameter made from cold rolled steel. Each ............................................ 10c Dripping Pans, 2 sizes 7x10x23/s and 8xl0x2/s. Each ................ 10c One Quart Measures, 4/2x4/2. IC'Tin. Each .............................. 10c Nickel Plated Three Arm Towel Racks, 12 in. long. Each .......... 10c Two Cup Flour Sifter, 5 x 3 . Each ........ : ............. 10c One Quart Funnels, 5% in. Each .................................... lc Dust Pans, 9x13 in. Each .... 10e Wash Basins, tin, 11 in. Each .................................... 10c 5 in. Extension Bar Strainer. Each ...................................... 10 4 in. Bowl Strainers. Each 10 3 in. Tea Strainers. Fah .... 10 Wire Soap Saver. Each ...... 10c Auto Pliers, 6XAin. Each .... 10 Mendets, 4 ass't, sizes mad wrtmch, box ........................ 10e Heavy Hinge I-Iasps, 4 in. (No Screws) ................. : .... 10 Cut Salts and Peppers, 3% in high. Each .................. 10c Large Aluminum Drinking Cups, / pt. Each ................................ 10c Glass Footed Ice Cream Dishes, clear glass. Each ...................... 10c Pickel Dishes, Pressed Glass 6 x 3/ in. Each .............................. 10c Victory Mits. Cleans dishes, pots, pans like magic ........................... 10c Paprus Picnic Plates 20 8-in. in dust-proof package .................... 10c Picnic Sets--6 fibre dishes, 6 tin- ned ice cream spoons, 6 napkins, and 6 lace paper doilies, Set .... 10c Celluloid Soap, Hair and Powder - Boxe  Each ............ : ................. 10c 6 in. Gilt Band Coupes, 7 in. Each ..7:.. ......................... 10c Household Hammers, & in. Each .: .......................... 10c Fiber Chair Seats. Ass't sizes. Each ........................ 10c Tulip Drinking Cups, 5 oz. One dozen .......................... 10 Shopping Bags. Each .......... 10 Clutch Pencils. Each ............. 10e Men's Pad Garters, ass't. colors, Pair ............ : ........... 10 Bead Necklaces, ass't, colors and sizes Each .................. 10 Flower or Lunch Baskets, 3 sizes. Each ........................ 10c Shelf Paper, ass't colors. Each ...................................... 10 Toy Desk Telephones, 7 in. high. Each ........................ 10c Rubber Balls, Each .............. 10 Balloons and Squawkers, Each ................................ 10 Ladies' Black Cotton ose. Per Pair ............................ 10c Men's Summer Work Socks, Per Pair ........................... 10c Furniture Polish 4 oz bottle. Each ...................................... 10 Tumblers, thin blown, 8 oz. Each ................................... 10 Tumblers, Colonial pattern, 2 for .................................... 10 Gla Jelly Moulds, 5 z. 2 for ................................... 10 Percolator Tops, 2 for .......... l{le Doll Sunbonnets. Each ........ 10 Broadway Bath Soap, Cake 10 Paring Knives. Each .......... 10 Boys' Ja Caps. Each ........ 10 This Sale Starts Tuesday, July 19, and will continue the balance of the week unless sold out before. You must Come Early or You will be Disappointed. TYLER'S VARIETY STORE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA. / 14. 1921 THE ORTONYILLE INDEPENDE1NT PAGE AL, SOCIAL Mrs' P" W' Hunter of Appletn s The Misses EvelYn and Peael Kulen'[ Mrs" L" Geehalt of Apllntn' hL' and is visiting at the home of her dau- Chautauq Park and Mrs. Georgel Anna Lindherg are elu,:,ng :t, ,,Ltngj ter, MI. George Yust wet ,,f !ig ffowaL Ieutenant.  at Chaufauqu Va:'k. Stone City and with other alatie n was a Mors The Camp Fi girls of Wineba -i Miss Pearl Petern, daughter o that city. go Cp. of MaLdlson,  in p at]  r a d r Anton peter on of M, Mi Je Alren of AbJekn, S D, The1 ere a thirteen iL [ neapois is i,dting at the home of her  here for a lea days ,,uti,. Sr, e o Han's. 1owl udng two gual, had charge of th, hnutral A,t i, .  nnc. V. I: Peteon thi wk. RenaSa ronwhotauglt t  ',mia  ubbart of Abe, sen the Redfiel,I, :;. I P, el, ,,I u,'mg tk, [dhngs, Montana Iat 'ear ,s s,cn(I. " " past year. let umme I  he v tag the J R Hbbar ,ng s a,on a e ,on,e " " " Miss Pearl Geier left the first par ,, 1 a n s ere I - f he p re t h ,amdva hePem ula. Sheexpecs of this week for Sioux Falls S. D., The Zion Mission Society will meetl to be he the st of the summer, where she will visit with M.' Ear at the home of Emll 3ohnson next[ Dr. and Mrs Schweiger and little Bletcher, formerly Miss biargaete went to Web-' Thursday eftelnoon, July 21. A odigi on and Mrs, $chweiger's mother of Palm, for a while. % e(a for a ort invitation is extended, I Ai,e,deel. S. D., are oeCupylng one o; ort of AlL*e, S Mr and M flames Neon re-I the l,emer cottakes o the peni,,s,da R.G. Tyler and daughter iss EI- ,ra Tyler turned to their home at first of the wk fm nor- Miss Frans Berdan, ex-supervisor Waterloo, Iowa, the first of the wek Minnesota whe, they have of the Sioux Fall, S, n., exeha,,e, after a visit with G. C. Tyler of the Everson nee thi spng, has hn emgioved  operator for Tler Vaetv Stem. W. H. Matthews et this moing the telephone company at this ple Mr. d Ms. Chas. Seofield al Mr ,'or Kent in northern Minnesota to Mis Eleanor Clson who taught and Mrs. Earl tephens departl the ehool in Minneapolis during the past first of the wk for Clark's Lake near his fatrms at that place ear is here visiting at the home of nralnerd for evel weeks stay, The G. F. Battey of Sioux Falls. her paints, Mr. and M. A. V. Carl- Scofields w / ive with Fred Hill while tramc chief for the North Fargo, the S have stern Telephone company, w here 'Tbe Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid wil eased 8 cottage. hohl a Fend Sale on Saturday, July r. Mrs. Be," E.L. Gustafson who liv five miles 23, at Ortonville. The place at which south of Baby was in Ortnville en it is to be held WiR he annunseal next There' a Satisfied Lie was eom- week . is a wmied bY hi sn' Kenneth' Mis A ma Ches ev turr'ed f/ore User Near You Mrs, ']'he Misses Pearl, Merle and Viola Duluth a few days" ago where she of WHiner, S, D., had thei aught school during te pat ,c:w "  Gear e  I t,,nstl ,,,o,'l at Evangelical ho ne will tu, a to nhluth to "each @ on the Great j Pital Wednesda melning, this fail Frank Reaney and famff and Mr. ML and Mrs. Alfred Thomas of rpegone are Mmeauk, Wis., amlved  few daw gt Ty where he spent a occupying cottages at Bonanza Min- :,,  speml the balance of the sea orion, eral Springs for the ason. son Mr. Them om a half ton Homtein of Por and son ]11. and Mrs. F A. Zehringer drove' ,.f lantl in Grant Cunty. They have to Rnherg comity by way of Browns r,,oms n the George Wtt hon, e Valley Tuesday to look after the bar Mrs J. E. Palmer and Vinee/ ae veting on MI. gehringr's farm. eampin at Bonanza Mineral Springs B. H. Chesey aml family of Man ith Mzs. Palmer's sisters, the Misses ka o " s ed a the home of Mr Ches- Es eile and Lil]ie Erickscn of Clinton. the M s Nolby, Chley for th days recently, and spent the wk-end with them. ...... ........ 00RIG SPECIALS i - When bubing )e/calight ----  .... the eomphe eleze liffh( of Appiete was admitted ; have to d<.lnd uptm your hospital Moday to and gowe pi:t :ou lm't ................... For Saturday at on, ..................... t have to ]y onileI upnn . pending what the Deleo-I thr ale PIONEER MEAT MARKET ...............  ..... a ncl-Light user lld learn fm him x]ther it wHI do for you the things claimh LARD--Bring Your Pail, per lb;. 10c The' a tsfied ue near Park. ou. Wagenhals Veal Stew, per lb .................... 8c Write for catalog Veal Pot Roast, per lb ....................... 15e S.A. BARR, Dealer Beef Roasts, per lb ........................... 12e ORTONVILLI  MIN/ESOTA Voedi h of Aberdn, S D., Hen6 and BroilersIOrder Early t a t the Kelly cottage on the "ff Re is a West pit adet, ' ' * ........ DANN & EVANS. D.. anvils Proprietors. d and L, at Milbank last Sun- mdquisz a trip t p,,, l,r The Wlks IL Winter and two children Abeieen, S .D, Wed- ten days outing at the Fails, S. D., hlg ' Imalater at the B. C. Laxaont epard Js rioly in at Her yngest dough- Falls has bn e blesses of Appleton me aiht vsiting Monday for her dughter, Mrs. Lihby is moving this ehumh which she pox Brwqr and , S. cos outing Lindgren Your Co-operation Solicited What we want to do is to reduc prices to help put living costs where they belong. If you will watch our ads; if you wffl visit our store---you will be convinced that we are doing our share to this end. During the next Seven Days we will give you a 10% Discount on all Children's and Misses' Rom- pers and Dresses. GINGHAMS During the next Seven Days we will sell all our 30c to 35c Ginghams at, per yard. 24e ===.==.imi- , Queen Quality Patent Leather Pumps $6.50 Ladies Union Sul---"'--'----" Laest,UpnaL......S9e vacation. He h a posl- city. attended the funsal raother. I !1 Attention Dairymen WE ARE PAYING FOR BUTTERF,A T INTIL FURTHER NOTICE 0rtonville Ice Cream & Butter Company "Pfluege don't make all the ice cream but they make the best." yOU must plan financial career. A few men are "lucky" but most successful men have used good judgment. Plan your work then work your plan. 10c - Sale - 10c Say Folks: Remember hack in 1914, the buying poer of a dime? It would buy a great many things that it won't ordinarily hay day, but we have plan- ned a 10 Cent Sale that will make you think you are living in 1914 and not in 1921. Enameled Puddng Pans, 2 sizes-- 7/x2/ in. and 77/sx33  in. Actu- al capacity I and 112 qts. 20e and 25c value. Each ......... 10e Deep Pudding Pans, 101/4x3a/4, Heavy IC Tin, Each ......... 10c Wood tiandled Dippers, round bowl 4!/..,x2/2, Each .................... 10e Steel Fry Pans, 6 in. diameter made from cold rolled steel. Each ........................................... 10 Dripping Pans, 2 sizes 7xl0x2s/8 and 8x10x23/s. Each ......... 10c One Qlmrt Measures, 4%.#4/,. IC"rin. Each .............................. 1Oc Nickel Plated Three Arm Towel Racks, 12 in. long. Each .......... 1Oc Two Cup FIo Sift*r, 5 One Quart Funnels, 5% in. Eh ......................... 1 DUSt Pm, 9x13 im EaeJa 10e Wash Bins, tin, 1112t in. Each ............................ 10 5 in. Extension Bar Strainer. ach ................................. 10e 4 in. Bowl Striner$. Each lee 3 in. Tea Strainers. 10 wl Soap 8ver. Each..... 10e Auto Pliers, 61i Each.. lg Menders, 4 't, sis lind wreeh, box ........................ 1 Heavy Hinge Has, 4 lu. (No Screws) ..................... 10 Cut Sts and pepjers, $'4 in hig- Eh .................. 1o Large Aluminum Drinldng Cups, !z pt Each . 10e Glass Footed Ice Cream Dishes, clear glass. Eagh ............. lOs Pickd Dishes, Pressed Glass 6 x 3 in. Each.. ............................ 10e Victory Mits. Cleans dishes, pots, pans like magic .......................... 10 Paprus Picnic Plates 20 8-in. in dust-proof package .................. 10e Picnic Sets--6 fibre dishes, 6 tin- ned ice cream spoons, 6 napkins, and 6 lace paper doilies, Set ..._ 10 Celluloid Soap, Hair and Powder - Boxe, Each ........... : ............... 10 6 in. Gilt Band Coupes, 71A in. Each _7= ...................... 1 HnusehoM Hmme, 1a1 in. Eh . ......................... 10e Fiber Chmr Seats. A't Tulip Drtnkhg Cup, 5 oz. One down .......................... 10c Shopping Bags. Eh .......... 10e Clutch Pencils. Each ............ 10e Men's Pad Garter, s' lo, Pair ............ : ......... 10e Bead Necldace, us colors d aize Each .................. 10 Flower or Lunck Baske, 8 sizes. ]gach ....................... 10c SheR Paler, asa colo. Each ................................ 10 Toy Dek Telephones, 7% l h]. Each ........................ 10 Rubber Balls, ]h ....... lo Balloons and Sqwke Idi' Black Cotton loe Per pair. ................. lc Men's umlaer Work Socks, Per pdr ...................... 10 Fuiture Polish 4 oz bottle. Each ....................... 1 Tamble, thi blown, 8 o Eh ....................... 1 Tumblers, ColnvJa] pattern, 2 for ......................... lk Glass Jelly Moulds, 5 2 for ............................. lc Pemolator Tops,  for .......... 10c Doll Sunbonta. Ea ..... lge Breadway Bath  Cae 1# Paring Kzdve Fda ......... I Boys' Jm Cap Eac...... 1 This Sale Starts Tuesday, July 19, and will continue the balance of tim week unless sold out before. You must Come Early or You will be Disappointed. TYLER'S VARIETY STORE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA. JULY 14, 1921 , SOCIAL ] -aND NEWS ITEMS IA Cliff was a Morris visitor of Harris, Iowa, viuted unday. Welch of Bemidji is visit* acre this weeR. aM Mrs. L. P. Zimmerman of Wel'e 111 town this monmg. girls ot Appleton are camping k'arK :[or a few (lays. " Kirk went to Web- Tuesda for t short msit- L|nnlan Port oi' All:me, S. D. for appendicitis Tues- Everson is entertaining Mr. Shoberg of Peever, about three weeks further year than in in former Caffee of Fargo, N. her aunt, Mrs. A. W. sister, Mrs. Ber- Station is visiting him Della Vater of Winona is a the home of Mr. and Mrs. and.Mrs. Roy Geier returne( trip on the Great returned Satm'day from at Tracy where he spent a Hornstein of Prior and son Valley were here on of Twin Brooks, S. D., on at Evangehcal hos- rornin g. Paetrick entmained her he Misses Norby, of Ap- unday. and Robm Horner file were in Ortonville on Schiebe returned Monday tip to Seattle, Wash., and points. of Appleto was admitted hospital Monday to re- attention. Thompson, telephone Is spending a weeks vacation and Pipestone. and party of land buy- e, Iowa, autoed to of the week. Fahey of Graceville came the lecture of Ruth at Chautauqua Park. Mrs. Fred Wagenhats re- S. D., Sunday af- Puting on the Peninsula- Laraont returned Saturday Aberdeen, S. D., where business fQr a few days.  Voedisch of Aberdeen, S. D., at the Kelly cottage on the tie is a West Point cadet. tt. Michaelson of Menahga and Sunday here vis- ;hter Miss Elsie Michael- and son Rogers of D., had their tonsils re- gelical hospital Tues- bIiSses lmma and Ella Rudolph at the Carl Berwald and L. aaxities at Milbank last Sun- ij : made a trip tu a h)ad of p,)! fur The Bo'tliug Works Wednes- R. Winter and two children Aberdeen, S .D., Wed- ten days outing at the of Sioux Falls, S. D., the absence of the wire Cooch, who is on a vaca- ]?. l:rr returned t'e.,.',y atomobile trip to Re V, iag vred friends for .e.,ecal nt of Aberdeen, the first of the week to mnmer at the B. C. Lamont E. Shepard is seriously ill at here. Her youngest daugh- ergus Falls has been su..> Hawkinson returned to here last Friday after a With her parents at Web- Massee of Appleton came and remained over till night visiting with Mrs. H. Matthews will leave for Monday for a three With her daughter, Mrs. Ladies' Aid will Sale at Palm's Jewelry afternoon of this I Libby is moving this adjoining the Con- church which she put- of the Gunderson returned Sunday fro Vacation at Fargo, Renville rs. Edward Brmer and return to Aberdeen, S. after several days outing Johnson, Gust Lindgren Nelson families visited at Anderson home northwest SUnday. ss is home from Duluth for Vacation. He has a posi- ir one of the leading city. H. W. Sarvis return- S. D., Monday attended the funeral of mother. THE ORTON/ILLE INDEPENDENT i i Mrs. P. W. Hunter of Appleton is i The Misses Evelyn and Pearl !:at(m, captain of the Girl Scouts in camp at l Rena Salvorsen, Hattie Swenson and Chautauqua Park and Mrs. George I Anna Lin.lherg are enj(.y;ng :'n or.Ling Howard, lieutenant. The Camp Fire girls of Winneba-- go Camp, of Madison, are in camp at .vlcGee's Park. There are thirteen in- ciuding two guards. Mis Rena Sa'vcrs0n who taught t Billings, Montana last year is speml- ing her summer vacation at the home I of her parents here. l The Zion Mission Society will meet] at the home of Emil Johnson next I Thursday afternoon, July 21. A o'diat l invitation is extended. Mr. and Mrs. James Newton re-I tmlaed the first of the week from nor- t thern Minnesota where they have I been since this spring. I W. H. Matthews left this morning t for Kent in northern Minnesota to look after the harvesting of grain on his farns at that place. G. F. Battey of Sioux Falls, S. D., district traffic chief for the North- western Telephone company, was here on business Wednesday. E. L. Gustafson who lives five miles south of Barry was in Ortonville on business Wednesday. He was accom- panied by hig son, Kenneth. The Misses Pearl, Merle and Viola Ayres of Wilmot, S. D., had their tonsils removed at Evangelical hos- )itai We(tnesday morning. Frank Reaney and family and Mr. Stevens and family of Pipestone are occupying cottages at Bonan::a Min- eral Springs for the season. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Zehringer-drove to Roberts county by way of Browns Valley Tuesday to look after the har- vesting on Mr. Zehringer's farm. B. H. Chesley and family of Man- kato visited at the home of Mr. Ches- ley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Chesley for three deys recently. at Chautauqua Park. Miss Pearl Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Peterson of Miu- neapolis is vi,:iting at the home of her uncle, V. B. l'eterson, this week. M'": Wan(la Hubba of Aberdeen is here visiting the J. R. Hubbart family at the Peninsula. She expects to be here the rest of the summer. Dr. and Mrs. Schweiger and little son and Mrs, chweiger--'s mother of At)erdeen, . D., are occupying one of the Ibemer cottages on the Peninsula. Miss Frances Berdan, ex-supervisor of the Sioux Falls, S. D., exchange, has been employed as operator for the telephone company at this place. Miss Eleanor Carlson who taught school in Minneapolis during the past year is here visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Carl- on. The Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold a Food Sale on Saturday, July 23, at Ortonville. The place at which it is to be held will be announced next week. Miss Alma Chesley lturned from Duluth a few days ago where she taught school during tae past year. 5ne will retu, n to Dhluth to "cach fall. lhiMr .s and Mrs. Alfred Thomas of M))waukee, Wis., arrived a few (tays j aZ(. to spend the balance of the sea- I son Mr Thomas owns a half section. of land in Grant County. The- have I rooms in the George Wilt home. Mrs. J. E. Palmer and Vincen are camping at Bonanza Mineral Springs. with Mrs. Palmer's sisters, the Misses Estelle and Lillie Erickson of Clinton. Mr. Palmer drove up there Saturday and spent the week-end with them. BIG SPECIALS i For Saturday at PIONEER MEAT MARKET I, ARD--Bring Your Pail, per lb:,_. 10c Veal Stew, per lb ............................... 8c Veal Pot Roast, per Ib ....................... 15c Beef Roasts, per lb ........................... 12c Hens and Broilers--Order Early li III I I i I h .... E)ANN 8' EVANS Proprietors. Mrs. L. Gerhardt of Aplington, Ia., is visiting at the home of her ,laugh- ter, Mrs. George Yust west (,f }ig Stone City and with other rtatives in that city. Miss Jean Ahen of Aberdoen, S. D., i+ here for a ten days :rating. She bad charge of the Industrial At ip. the Redficld, :. I, sob ,A tuvmg tl:(, past year. Miss Pearl Geier left the first part of this week for Sioux Falls, S. D., where she will visit with Mrs. Ear! Bleteher, formerly Miss Marguerite Palm, for a while. R: G. Tyler and daughter Miss E1- ,ira Tyler returned to their home at Waterloo, Iowa, the first of the week after a visit with G. C. Tyler of the Tyler Variety Store. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scofield and Mr. and Mrs. End Stephens departed the first of the week for Clark's Lake near Brainerd for Several weeks stay. The Scofields will live with Fred Hill while the Stephens have leased a cottage. There's a Satisfied User Near You PAGE" " i i ii iii i i i Attention Dairymen i i i i i . WE ARE PAYING FOR BUTTE!{,FA T UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE |11 i i i. I i 0rtonville Ice Cream & Butter Company "Pfluegers don't make all the ice cream but they make the best." When buying Dek:o-'IAght the complete ele::h'ic lia'hL and power plant you don't have to depend upon your own judgment. You don't have to rely enire.ly upon what the Delcx)-I,i..,_rht :;a!es- man tells you. Talk with a Delco-Light user and learn from him whether it will do for you the things claimed. There's a satisfied user near you. Write for Catalog OU must plan financial career. A few men are "lucky" but most men have judgment. successful used good Plan your work then work your plan. S. A. BARR, Dealer ORTONVILLF MINNESOTA 10c - Sale - 10c I . I I I[ I IIII I I I I Your Co-operation Solicited What we want to do is to reduc prices to help put living costs where they belong. If you will watch our ads; if you will visit our store--you will be convinced that we are doing our share to this end. During the next Seven Days we will give you a 10% Discount on all Children's and Misses' Rom- pers and Dresses. GINGHAMS During the next Seven Days we will sell all our 30c to 35c Ginghams at, per yard, ...... 24c Queen Quality Patent Leather Pumps $6.50 Ladies' Union Suits Ladies' Union 5% Suits, Special ....... Say Folks: Remember back in 1914, the buying power of a dime? It would buy a great many things that it won't ordinarily buy today, but we have plan- ned a 10 Cent Sale that will make you think you are living in 1914 and not in 1921. Enameled Puddng Pans, 2 sizes-- 7/x2/ in. and 77/sX3:% in. Actu- al capacity I and 11/2 qts. 20c and 25c value. Each ................ 1Oc Deep Pudding Pans, 101/x3/, Heavy IC Tin, Each .................. 10c Wood ttandled Dippers, round bowl 4 ,/x21/2, Each .......................... 10c Steel Fry Pans, 6 in. diameter made from cold rolled steel. Each ............................................ 10c Dripping Pans, 2 sizes 7x10x23/s and 8xl0x2/s. Each ................ 10c One Quart Measures, 4/2x4/2. IC'Tin. Each .............................. 10c Nickel Plated Three Arm Towel Racks, 12 in. long. Each .......... 10c Two Cup Flour Sifter, 5 x 3 . Each ........ : ............. 10c One Quart Funnels, 5% in. Each .................................... lc Dust Pans, 9x13 in. Each .... 10e Wash Basins, tin, 11 in. Each .................................... 10c 5 in. Extension Bar Strainer. Each ...................................... 10 4 in. Bowl Strainers. Each 10 3 in. Tea Strainers. Fah .... 10 Wire Soap Saver. Each ...... 10c Auto Pliers, 6XAin. Each .... 10 Mendets, 4 ass't, sizes mad wrtmch, box ........................ 10e Heavy Hinge I-Iasps, 4 in. (No Screws) ................. : .... 10 Cut Salts and Peppers, 3% in high. Each .................. 10c Large Aluminum Drinking Cups, / pt. Each ................................ 10c Glass Footed Ice Cream Dishes, clear glass. Each ...................... 10c Pickel Dishes, Pressed Glass 6 x 3/ in. Each .............................. 10c Victory Mits. Cleans dishes, pots, pans like magic ........................... 10c Paprus Picnic Plates 20 8-in. in dust-proof package .................... 10c Picnic Sets--6 fibre dishes, 6 tin- ned ice cream spoons, 6 napkins, and 6 lace paper doilies, Set .... 10c Celluloid Soap, Hair and Powder - Boxe  Each ............ : ................. 10c 6 in. Gilt Band Coupes, 7 in. Each ..7:.. ......................... 10c Household Hammers, & in. Each .: .......................... 10c Fiber Chair Seats. Ass't sizes. Each ........................ 10c Tulip Drinking Cups, 5 oz. One dozen .......................... 10 Shopping Bags. Each .......... 10 Clutch Pencils. Each ............. 10e Men's Pad Garters, ass't. colors, Pair ............ : ........... 10 Bead Necklaces, ass't, colors and sizes Each .................. 10 Flower or Lunch Baskets, 3 sizes. Each ........................ 10c Shelf Paper, ass't colors. Each ...................................... 10 Toy Desk Telephones, 7 in. high. Each ........................ 10c Rubber Balls, Each .............. 10 Balloons and Squawkers, Each ................................ 10 Ladies' Black Cotton ose. Per Pair ............................ 10c Men's Summer Work Socks, Per Pair ........................... 10c Furniture Polish 4 oz bottle. Each ...................................... 10 Tumblers, thin blown, 8 oz. Each ................................... 10 Tumblers, Colonial pattern, 2 for .................................... 10 Gla Jelly Moulds, 5 z. 2 for ................................... 10 Percolator Tops, 2 for .......... l{le Doll Sunbonnets. Each ........ 10 Broadway Bath Soap, Cake 10 Paring Knives. Each .......... 10 Boys' Ja Caps. Each ........ 10 This Sale Starts Tuesday, July 19, and will continue the balance of the week unless sold out before. You must Come Early or You will be Disappointed. TYLER'S VARIETY STORE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA.