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PAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, @ [ From Our Neighbors # Big Celebration At Appleton. A crowd estimated at about 2,000 people attended the Fourth of July celebration program at the fair grounds on Monday afternoon. The program arranged under the auspices of the Swift County Fair Association, included a ball game between Benson and Appleton for $300 purse as the big feature, and in this contest Apple- tort won by a score of 7 to 3. The Appleton Machine Gun unit provided an iffteresting feature in a drill and their machine guns were brought Jute operation and an example of the dead- ly possibilities of machine gun fire was given.--Appleton Press. So This Is Moonshine. A contemporary gies the following receipt for making moonshine: "Sev- en spools of barbed wire, ten pounds chewing tobacco, one sack of tuberoot, one can of blasting powder, five gal- lons of river water. Mix all together and cool for nine days and night. Set on ice to cool while you dig your grave. Then take one drink and run for the hole. You will need no covering. The stuff will cremate you." Moonshiners Nabbed In Traverse Co. Ira Dewitt, 50 years old, of th'e town of Clifton, was sentenced to 90 days in the ounty bastile by Judge James Flood at a hearing Saturday morning after Dewitt had. plead guilty to the cha'ge of keepit,g a nume. HenPy-Hunstgad, an 1S year old boy was given afine of $50 and 30 days board with Big Albert by Judge Stephen Flaherty at Morris Saturday when he plead guilty to the charge of transporting liquor. According to the court Dewitt had two stills in operation on l:is farm but he claims he was making the stuff "that steals away tbe brn," only for his own consumption. The judge was skeotic;! ofthis ';tatement and gave the moon.:l-,incr 90 ,lays to ?hink it over while trader charge of sheriff. He was arrested at his farm Friday by Sheriff Johnson who an- nounces that thel will be open ason on home brewers Ore year rouml until the laws on the -tatute books m-e changed.--Wheaton Gazette-Rep .)riot. Ten State Holidays. At a recent session of the !egisla- tare Armistice Day was made a ]egal holiday in this state. Minne:ota now has ten state holidays: New Years Day, Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12; Washington's birthday Feb. 22; Me- morial Day, May 30; Independence Day, July 4; Labor Day, first Monday of September; Election Day, first Tuesday after the first Monday of No- vember of the even numbered years; Christma Day, December 25; Good Friday the Friday before Easter Sun- day and Armistice Day, November 11. S. D. Farmers Have Big Picnic. Last Thursday, June 30, was a red letter day in the political history of thd organize] farmers of Grant Coun- ty. On that day they assemblel 5,000 strong in e Tuchotke grove, north of LaBolt, to celebrate their an- nual picnic and ra]ty. A year ago two picnics were held, one in the Oeh- ler grove and the second on the Tucholke farnl. The highest atben- dance at these picnics was not quite 4,000. This year the number had in- creased by fully a thousand. And ev- eryone was enthusiastic. Perhaps the organization of the Klu Klux Klan had something to do with the increased crowds this year.--Grant County Tri- bune. Old Settlers Have Annual Meeting. The annual meetbg of the Old Set- tiers' association of Traverse Big Stone and Roberts counties was held in the city park of Browns Valley, with a fairly good attendance, on Fri- day, July 1. Owing to the extreme heat which prevailed during the day, many old settlers from neighb6ring towns did not venture on the trip. A ew families availed themselves of the opportunity for a picnic dinner m the park, and the park being the coolest place in tow, they enjoyed the occasion very much indeed. In the afternoon President Neuman called the association to order, md an informal program of music, speeches and short talks was render- ed. The meeting was opened with prayer by Rev. Lumb, followed with singing by a special choir. Short talks were made b Alexander Karr of Far- go, F. W. Murphy of Wheaten, S. W. Frasier, F. D. Smith and Sam Y. Gor- don. Messrs. Frasier and Gordon, as per request*of the program committee, related many stories of early-day political history of this section, to- gether with other reminiscences of pioneer days, and the many old vet- tiers present enjoyed the talks af both gentlemen very much indeed.--Browns Valley Inter-Lake Tribune. @ @ I CHURCH NOTICES I $ Rids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. lVL Moe of CFmton, Pastor. $ Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:15 o'clock Sunday morning, July 17. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Btling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m, or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sunday l,,aftev ,ea service English lanaage. Here's a Real Argument For Philippine Independence A Typlr.al Philippine Hmestead The United 8trtm isn't tlm only country that has homesteaders--those enterprising pioneers who leave thick- ly populated districts and take their families into virgin territory to create homes for themselves. The Philippine islands have thousands of thrifty home- steadera The above photograph shows a pic- ture of a Christian Filipino homestead- er and his family Lear Ptklt, Cotabsta provlnce Mlndanao, P. L Five years ago he was a cab driver working for low wages at Cebu, a thickly populated city. He went Into the then wilderness of Mladanao, planted hemp and cocoa- nuts, paid for his land and hai be- coe wealthy. Thousands of similar instances could bl cited One Mlndanao homesteader Is worth $200,000. Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor, | LEGAL NOTICES Regular services on the second Sun- 0 day of each month at 10:38 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. First Congregational Church. There will be no services in the Congregational church next Sunday, July 17. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. H. B. Adams. Regular sere'ices every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be no services here this coming Sumtlay. Services will be con- ducted at Bellingham. Christian Science. Sunday service at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Life." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welccme to these services. Fre, reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. The theme for the morning service at the Methodist church Sunday, July 7, will be "The Gospel that Does Not Sour in Summer or Freeze in Win- ter." Sunday school will meet at 9:45 o'clock. There will be no even- ing service. Uaited Evangelical Church., F. W. Agte, Pastor. Ortonville, Minn. CorrellSunday school at*'10:30 a. Fisrt Pub. June 30. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. OdessaPreaching service at 10:00. Order Limiting a'ime to File Claims a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. within Three-Month and K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p.m. for Hearing Thereon. Seinle SchoolhouseSunday school Estate of Hugh C. Mathews. at 2:00 p. rn.; preaching at 3:00 p. m. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Akron Township Church--Services Big Stone, in Probate Court. In discontinued. [ The public is cordially invited to t meet with us at all of these services-I @ @ " I Zion Lutheran Church. I Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. t There will be services in the Swe-] dish Lutheran church next Sunday, July 17. .The morning service which begins at 10:30 o'clock wll be in the Swedish langfiage. In the evening at 8:00 o'clock there will be service in the English language. Sunday school and Bible class meet immediately af- ter the morning service. The eonfir- rrmtion class meetsqn the church at 10:00 o'etoek Satmxtay forenoon. Ev- ery one is welcone to attend the serv- ices. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Myne, Pastor Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. NOTICE TO MOW WEEDS. All persons  owning or occupying land abbutting oi any highway in the township of the Ton of Ortonville are hereby notified to mow allwalks along said highwy "befol the twentieth day of JUly or the Same will be mowS! and charged to the property in tages. By order of.tbe Town Board. C. D. FIFIELD, Chairman. The Philippine government Is encour- aging the Immigration of Flllplno from the thickly populated sections In- to Mlndanao. This Is the second larg- est tf the Islands of the archipelago. It !$ still sparsely settled, although It is one of the richest and mot pro- ductive Islands in the world. Many Americans have established planta- tions there and become rich. Filipinos are using the stories of the many successful Filipino homesteaders as an argument for independence. They make the point that a people that can go out into a tropical wilderness with no capital save their patience, pers- verence and energy and win homes "r therselves, have the necessary stamina to run their own affatr I NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- CLOSURE SALE. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con- taining a power of Sale, dated Febru- ary 21, 1918, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeeds of Big Stone County, Minn., March 23, 918, at 9 o'clock a. m. in Book 53 of Mort- gages on page 110, whereby M. Ferch and Julia Ferch, his wife, C. J. Ferch and Matilda Fetch, his wife, C. F. Ferch and Emma Ferch his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to the State Bank of Correll, now Farmers & Mer- thereby, or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof the sum of Two Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty-eight and eighty-nine one htmdr, edths ($2738.89) Dollars. Now, Notice Is Hereby Given, That by virtue of said power, said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction by the Sheriff of said county, or his deputy, on Fri- day, August 12, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the Court House in Ortonville, in said count, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees, and disbursements allowed by law. Dated May 10, 1921. Farmers & Merchants Statle Bank of Correll, Mortgagee. A. B. Kaercher, Attorney " ed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof the sum of Fifteen Hun- dred Ninety and 48-100 ($1,590.48) Dollars. Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises soht at public auction by the Sheriff of said county or his deputy, on Satur- day, August 20, 1921 at 10 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the Court House, in Ortonville, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated July 5, 1921. WILLIAM F. RUDOLPH. Mortgagee. A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First Pub. June 7. 6w First pub. June 23, 3w Order Limiting iTime to File Claims and for Hearing Thereon. Estate of Jennie B. Cooper. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Jennie B. Cooper, Decedent. Letters of administration this day having been granted to John Michel]; It is ordered, that the time within which all creditors of the above named decedent may present c]aims against his estate in this Court, be, and the same hereby is, limited to six months from and after the date hereof; and that Monday the 26th day of Decem- ber, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Court- house at the Cit yof Ortenville, in said county, be and the same here- by is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the examination, adjustment and allow- ance of such claims as shall be pre- sented within the time aforesaid. . Lt notice hereof be given by he publication of this order in the Or- tonville Independent as provided by law. Dated June 22, 1921. R. B. HUDSON, (Court Seal) Judge of Probate Lien Foreclosure Sale of Personal Property In Possession. Notice is hereby given: That default has occurred in the payment of lawful charges against the personal property hereinafter des- cribed, for which the undersigned has a claim and lien "for actual services rendered and performed in the care, custody, storage, making, altering and repairing of said personal property and for moneys paid to other persons for such purposes, all being reason- able disbttrsements necessarily incur- red and expended by the undersigned for the above purposes' set forth upon the following described personal property now in the possession of the undersigned described as follows, to- wit: One Overland number Ninety, chants State Bank, mortgagee, the four cylinder, touring automobile, en- Southeast Quarter (S.E.%) of Section i gine number of the automobile being Twenty-one (21), Township One Hun-156702, license number 102148. dred Twenty-one (121), .range Forty-] That there is now due on said lien four (44), Big Sne County, Minne-] on account of the lawful charges sota, by which default the Power of lagainzt said property for care, eus- Sale has become operative, and n ac-/tody, storage, making, labor, altering tion or proceeding at law having been [ and repairing and other disburse- instituted to recover the debt secured ments the sum of One Hundred Sixty- six and sixty-four one-hundredths the matter of the estate of Hugh C. Mathews, Decedent. Letters of administration this day having been granted to Anna Mat- hews, and it appearing by the affidavit of said representative that there are no debts of said decedent; It is ordered, that the time within which all creditors of thY above named decedent may present claims against his estate in this Court, be, and the same hereby is, limited to three mohths from and after the date here- of; and that Monday the 26th day of September: 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Courthouse at the City of Ortonville in said county, be, and the same here- by is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the examination, adjustment and allow- ance of such claims as shall be pre- sented within the time aforesaid. Let notice hereof be given by the publication of this order in the Orton- ville Independent as provided by law. Datedlune 21st, 1921. R. B. HUDSON, (Court Seal) Judge of Probate First pub. June 23, 3w - Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con- taining a Power of Sale, dated July 3, 1920, and duty recorded, in the office of the Register of Deeds of Big Stone County, Minn., July 7, 1920, at 2 o'clock p. m: in Book 57 of Mortgages on page 27, whereby Edward W. Van- cra and Marcella Vancura, his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to William F. Rudolph Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), of Block Thirty-two (32), Origi- nal Plat of the city of Ortonville, Big Stone county, Minnesota, by which de- fault the Power of Sale has become operative, and no diction or proceeding at law having been instibuted to v- cover the debt. ured thereby, )r any pat thereof, and there is claim- Dollars ($166.64), no part vf which has ever been paid. That said sum is due and owing to A. S. Halls of Ortonville, Minn., who is the owner and holder of said lien and is in actual possession of said per- sonal property thereunder, such la- bor, care, storage, custody, making, altering and repairing and other dis- bursements having all been made and paid for by him upon said. property. That the grounds of said lien are as follows, towit: The automobile above described was on the 12th day of March, 1921, placed in the possessiov and care and custory of said A. S. Halls by one Oscar Bakke, who claim- ed to be the owner thereof, with in- structions to make, repair, alter and care for said ,utomobile and said Oscar Bakke promised to pay there- for, and thereafter to the,date hereof said A. S. Hll has had possession of said automobile and has furnished new parts and repaired and remodel- led, made and enhmaced the value of and stored said automobile at his own cost and expense, at the city of Or- tonville, Big Stone County Minneso- [ta, and on account thereof bases his claim for said lien under the Statutes [ of the state of Minnesota. That more than ninety (90) days "has elapsed since said sum secured by such lien became due and the same has never been paid; that by reason of the failure of said Oscar Bakke to pay the debt secured by said lien un- der the laws of the state of Minnesota the whole amount thereof is declared to be dte and owing to said A. S. Halls. Now, therefore, the automobile above described will be sold pursuant to the Power of Sale authorized un- der the Statutes of the state of Min- nesota at public auction sale to the highest bidder for cash on the 30th day of July, 1921, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, which sale will be made by the Sheriff of said county at the front door of the Ortonville Auto and Supply Company building on sec- ond street, in the city of Ortonille, county of Big Stone, state of Minne- sota, to satisfy the debt secured by said lien and. the expenses incurred in the labor, care, storage, custody, mak- ing, altering and repairing of said au- tomobile until the date of said sale, and the costs and expenses of and ac- cruing out of these foreclosure pro, ceedings. That there will be due on the date of said sale the sum of One Hundred and sixt:-six mad sixty-four one hun- redths ($166.6,) Dollars, with the cost of storage and expenses of sale and interest on said sum at the rate of six per cent (6 per cent) per an- nunl Dated at Ortonville, Minn., this 29th day of June, A. D., 1921. A. S. HALLS, Lien Holder. A. B. KAERcHER, Attorney for Lien Holder, Orton,llle, un. First Pub. Jme 80. 3w " ent /A --The Idepd Want d method f gettLng help eliminates much worry and troubl War sens to be the great hobby of --Independent Want congress as more money is spent for many discarded articles war than anything else. cash. Kodak Finishing " Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from your favorite films. VIK Photo Let Us Fill Your G'rocery,. Order No matter what time of the day you call or phone us, we are always prepared to fill your requirements in food necessities. Is there anything in fresh Fruits, "Vegetables, Canned or Bottled Goods you need today? We can supply it at most reasonable prices. Saeger's Grocery Phone 37 MONUMEN Send [:or Ou[ I)esitns see I, 0rTONVltt[ MONUM[NT JOHNSON & LINDHOLM, Props. Manufacturers anQuarriers of famous Mahogany Granite NUMBER 11 Driving in Trolley Driving in trolley tracks is structive to tires because tires are thus distorted. lins suffer less than makes from this abuse be( lst--the exart thickness of the tread, and of the side wall near t tread, cushions the tire and distortion. 2ndMichelins' unique reduces the effect of such flexing, even when it does occur result perhaps of under-inflation. For greater service try a lin. Pufahl's Garage FORD PARTS AND FORD ACCESSORIES I \\; PAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, @ [ From Our Neighbors # Big Celebration At Appleton. A crowd estimated at about 2,000 people attended the Fourth of July celebration program at the fair grounds on Monday afternoon. The program arranged under the auspices of the Swift County Fair Association, included a ball game between Benson and Appleton for $300 purse as the big feature, and in this contest Apple- tort won by a score of 7 to 3. The Appleton Machine Gun unit provided an iffteresting feature in a drill and their machine guns were brought Jute operation and an example of the dead- ly possibilities of machine gun fire was given.--Appleton Press. So This Is Moonshine. A contemporary gies the following receipt for making moonshine: "Sev- en spools of barbed wire, ten pounds chewing tobacco, one sack of tuberoot, one can of blasting powder, five gal- lons of river water. Mix all together and cool for nine days and night. Set on ice to cool while you dig your grave. Then take one drink and run for the hole. You will need no covering. The stuff will cremate you." Moonshiners Nabbed In Traverse Co. Ira Dewitt, 50 years old, of th'e town of Clifton, was sentenced to 90 days in the ounty bastile by Judge James Flood at a hearing Saturday morning after Dewitt had. plead guilty to the cha'ge of keepit,g a nume. HenPy-Hunstgad, an 1S year old boy was given afine of $50 and 30 days board with Big Albert by Judge Stephen Flaherty at Morris Saturday when he plead guilty to the charge of transporting liquor. According to the court Dewitt had two stills in operation on l:is farm but he claims he was making the stuff "that steals away tbe brn," only for his own consumption. The judge was skeotic;! ofthis ';tatement and gave the moon.:l-,incr 90 ,lays to ?hink it over while trader charge of sheriff. He was arrested at his farm Friday by Sheriff Johnson who an- nounces that thel will be open ason on home brewers Ore year rouml until the laws on the -tatute books m-e changed.--Wheaton Gazette-Rep .)riot. Ten State Holidays. At a recent session of the !egisla- tare Armistice Day was made a ]egal holiday in this state. Minne:ota now has ten state holidays: New Years Day, Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12; Washington's birthday Feb. 22; Me- morial Day, May 30; Independence Day, July 4; Labor Day, first Monday of September; Election Day, first Tuesday after the first Monday of No- vember of the even numbered years; Christma Day, December 25; Good Friday the Friday before Easter Sun- day and Armistice Day, November 11. S. D. Farmers Have Big Picnic. Last Thursday, June 30, was a red letter day in the political history of thd organize] farmers of Grant Coun- ty. On that day they assemblel 5,000 strong in e Tuchotke grove, north of LaBolt, to celebrate their an- nual picnic and ra]ty. A year ago two picnics were held, one in the Oeh- ler grove and the second on the Tucholke farnl. The highest atben- dance at these picnics was not quite 4,000. This year the number had in- creased by fully a thousand. And ev- eryone was enthusiastic. Perhaps the organization of the Klu Klux Klan had something to do with the increased crowds this year.--Grant County Tri- bune. Old Settlers Have Annual Meeting. The annual meetbg of the Old Set- tiers' association of Traverse Big Stone and Roberts counties was held in the city park of Browns Valley, with a fairly good attendance, on Fri- day, July 1. Owing to the extreme heat which prevailed during the day, many old settlers from neighb6ring towns did not venture on the trip. A ew families availed themselves of the opportunity for a picnic dinner m the park, and the park being the coolest place in tow, they enjoyed the occasion very much indeed. In the afternoon President Neuman called the association to order, md an informal program of music, speeches and short talks was render- ed. The meeting was opened with prayer by Rev. Lumb, followed with singing by a special choir. Short talks were made b Alexander Karr of Far- go, F. W. Murphy of Wheaten, S. W. Frasier, F. D. Smith and Sam Y. Gor- don. Messrs. Frasier and Gordon, as per request*of the program committee, related many stories of early-day political history of this section, to- gether with other reminiscences of pioneer days, and the many old vet- tiers present enjoyed the talks af both gentlemen very much indeed.--Browns Valley Inter-Lake Tribune. @ @ I CHURCH NOTICES I $ Rids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. lVL Moe of CFmton, Pastor. $ Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:15 o'clock Sunday morning, July 17. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Btling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m, or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sunday l,,aftev ,ea service English lanaage. Here's a Real Argument For Philippine Independence A Typlr.al Philippine Hmestead The United 8trtm isn't tlm only country that has homesteaders--those enterprising pioneers who leave thick- ly populated districts and take their families into virgin territory to create homes for themselves. The Philippine islands have thousands of thrifty home- steadera The above photograph shows a pic- ture of a Christian Filipino homestead- er and his family Lear Ptklt, Cotabsta provlnce Mlndanao, P. L Five years ago he was a cab driver working for low wages at Cebu, a thickly populated city. He went Into the then wilderness of Mladanao, planted hemp and cocoa- nuts, paid for his land and hai be- coe wealthy. Thousands of similar instances could bl cited One Mlndanao homesteader Is worth $200,000. Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor, | LEGAL NOTICES Regular services on the second Sun- 0 day of each month at 10:38 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. First Congregational Church. There will be no services in the Congregational church next Sunday, July 17. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. H. B. Adams. Regular sere'ices every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be no services here this coming Sumtlay. Services will be con- ducted at Bellingham. Christian Science. Sunday service at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Life." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welccme to these services. Fre, reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. The theme for the morning service at the Methodist church Sunday, July 7, will be "The Gospel that Does Not Sour in Summer or Freeze in Win- ter." Sunday school will meet at 9:45 o'clock. There will be no even- ing service. Uaited Evangelical Church., F. W. Agte, Pastor. Ortonville, Minn. CorrellSunday school at*'10:30 a. Fisrt Pub. June 30. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. OdessaPreaching service at 10:00. Order Limiting a'ime to File Claims a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. within Three-Month and K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p.m. for Hearing Thereon. Seinle SchoolhouseSunday school Estate of Hugh C. Mathews. at 2:00 p. rn.; preaching at 3:00 p. m. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Akron Township Church--Services Big Stone, in Probate Court. In discontinued. [ The public is cordially invited to t meet with us at all of these services-I @ @ " I Zion Lutheran Church. I Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. t There will be services in the Swe-] dish Lutheran church next Sunday, July 17. .The morning service which begins at 10:30 o'clock wll be in the Swedish langfiage. In the evening at 8:00 o'clock there will be service in the English language. Sunday school and Bible class meet immediately af- ter the morning service. The eonfir- rrmtion class meetsqn the church at 10:00 o'etoek Satmxtay forenoon. Ev- ery one is welcone to attend the serv- ices. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Myne, Pastor Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. NOTICE TO MOW WEEDS. All persons  owning or occupying land abbutting oi any highway in the township of the Ton of Ortonville are hereby notified to mow allwalks along said highwy "befol the twentieth day of JUly or the Same will be mowS! and charged to the property in tages. By order of.tbe Town Board. C. D. FIFIELD, Chairman. The Philippine government Is encour- aging the Immigration of Flllplno from the thickly populated sections In- to Mlndanao. This Is the second larg- est tf the Islands of the archipelago. It !$ still sparsely settled, although It is one of the richest and mot pro- ductive Islands in the world. Many Americans have established planta- tions there and become rich. Filipinos are using the stories of the many successful Filipino homesteaders as an argument for independence. They make the point that a people that can go out into a tropical wilderness with no capital save their patience, pers- verence and energy and win homes "r therselves, have the necessary stamina to run their own affatr I NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- CLOSURE SALE. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con- taining a power of Sale, dated Febru- ary 21, 1918, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeeds of Big Stone County, Minn., March 23, 918, at 9 o'clock a. m. in Book 53 of Mort- gages on page 110, whereby M. Ferch and Julia Ferch, his wife, C. J. Ferch and Matilda Fetch, his wife, C. F. Ferch and Emma Ferch his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to the State Bank of Correll, now Farmers & Mer- thereby, or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof the sum of Two Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty-eight and eighty-nine one htmdr, edths ($2738.89) Dollars. Now, Notice Is Hereby Given, That by virtue of said power, said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction by the Sheriff of said county, or his deputy, on Fri- day, August 12, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the Court House in Ortonville, in said count, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees, and disbursements allowed by law. Dated May 10, 1921. Farmers & Merchants Statle Bank of Correll, Mortgagee. A. B. Kaercher, Attorney " ed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof the sum of Fifteen Hun- dred Ninety and 48-100 ($1,590.48) Dollars. Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises soht at public auction by the Sheriff of said county or his deputy, on Satur- day, August 20, 1921 at 10 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the Court House, in Ortonville, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated July 5, 1921. WILLIAM F. RUDOLPH. Mortgagee. A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First Pub. June 7. 6w First pub. June 23, 3w Order Limiting iTime to File Claims and for Hearing Thereon. Estate of Jennie B. Cooper. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Jennie B. Cooper, Decedent. Letters of administration this day having been granted to John Michel]; It is ordered, that the time within which all creditors of the above named decedent may present c]aims against his estate in this Court, be, and the same hereby is, limited to six months from and after the date hereof; and that Monday the 26th day of Decem- ber, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Court- house at the Cit yof Ortenville, in said county, be and the same here- by is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the examination, adjustment and allow- ance of such claims as shall be pre- sented within the time aforesaid. . Lt notice hereof be given by he publication of this order in the Or- tonville Independent as provided by law. Dated June 22, 1921. R. B. HUDSON, (Court Seal) Judge of Probate Lien Foreclosure Sale of Personal Property In Possession. Notice is hereby given: That default has occurred in the payment of lawful charges against the personal property hereinafter des- cribed, for which the undersigned has a claim and lien "for actual services rendered and performed in the care, custody, storage, making, altering and repairing of said personal property and for moneys paid to other persons for such purposes, all being reason- able disbttrsements necessarily incur- red and expended by the undersigned for the above purposes' set forth upon the following described personal property now in the possession of the undersigned described as follows, to- wit: One Overland number Ninety, chants State Bank, mortgagee, the four cylinder, touring automobile, en- Southeast Quarter (S.E.%) of Section i gine number of the automobile being Twenty-one (21), Township One Hun-156702, license number 102148. dred Twenty-one (121), .range Forty-] That there is now due on said lien four (44), Big Sne County, Minne-] on account of the lawful charges sota, by which default the Power of lagainzt said property for care, eus- Sale has become operative, and n ac-/tody, storage, making, labor, altering tion or proceeding at law having been [ and repairing and other disburse- instituted to recover the debt secured ments the sum of One Hundred Sixty- six and sixty-four one-hundredths the matter of the estate of Hugh C. Mathews, Decedent. Letters of administration this day having been granted to Anna Mat- hews, and it appearing by the affidavit of said representative that there are no debts of said decedent; It is ordered, that the time within which all creditors of thY above named decedent may present claims against his estate in this Court, be, and the same hereby is, limited to three mohths from and after the date here- of; and that Monday the 26th day of September: 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Courthouse at the City of Ortonville in said county, be, and the same here- by is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the examination, adjustment and allow- ance of such claims as shall be pre- sented within the time aforesaid. Let notice hereof be given by the publication of this order in the Orton- ville Independent as provided by law. Datedlune 21st, 1921. R. B. HUDSON, (Court Seal) Judge of Probate First pub. June 23, 3w - Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con- taining a Power of Sale, dated July 3, 1920, and duty recorded, in the office of the Register of Deeds of Big Stone County, Minn., July 7, 1920, at 2 o'clock p. m: in Book 57 of Mortgages on page 27, whereby Edward W. Van- cra and Marcella Vancura, his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to William F. Rudolph Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), of Block Thirty-two (32), Origi- nal Plat of the city of Ortonville, Big Stone county, Minnesota, by which de- fault the Power of Sale has become operative, and no diction or proceeding at law having been instibuted to v- cover the debt. ured thereby, )r any pat thereof, and there is claim- Dollars ($166.64), no part vf which has ever been paid. That said sum is due and owing to A. S. Halls of Ortonville, Minn., who is the owner and holder of said lien and is in actual possession of said per- sonal property thereunder, such la- bor, care, storage, custody, making, altering and repairing and other dis- bursements having all been made and paid for by him upon said. property. That the grounds of said lien are as follows, towit: The automobile above described was on the 12th day of March, 1921, placed in the possessiov and care and custory of said A. S. Halls by one Oscar Bakke, who claim- ed to be the owner thereof, with in- structions to make, repair, alter and care for said ,utomobile and said Oscar Bakke promised to pay there- for, and thereafter to the,date hereof said A. S. Hll has had possession of said automobile and has furnished new parts and repaired and remodel- led, made and enhmaced the value of and stored said automobile at his own cost and expense, at the city of Or- tonville, Big Stone County Minneso- [ta, and on account thereof bases his claim for said lien under the Statutes [ of the state of Minnesota. That more than ninety (90) days "has elapsed since said sum secured by such lien became due and the same has never been paid; that by reason of the failure of said Oscar Bakke to pay the debt secured by said lien un- der the laws of the state of Minnesota the whole amount thereof is declared to be dte and owing to said A. S. Halls. Now, therefore, the automobile above described will be sold pursuant to the Power of Sale authorized un- der the Statutes of the state of Min- nesota at public auction sale to the highest bidder for cash on the 30th day of July, 1921, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, which sale will be made by the Sheriff of said county at the front door of the Ortonville Auto and Supply Company building on sec- ond street, in the city of Ortonille, county of Big Stone, state of Minne- sota, to satisfy the debt secured by said lien and. the expenses incurred in the labor, care, storage, custody, mak- ing, altering and repairing of said au- tomobile until the date of said sale, and the costs and expenses of and ac- cruing out of these foreclosure pro, ceedings. That there will be due on the date of said sale the sum of One Hundred and sixt:-six mad sixty-four one hun- redths ($166.6,) Dollars, with the cost of storage and expenses of sale and interest on said sum at the rate of six per cent (6 per cent) per an- nunl Dated at Ortonville, Minn., this 29th day of June, A. D., 1921. A. S. HALLS, Lien Holder. A. B. KAERcHER, Attorney for Lien Holder, Orton,llle, un. First Pub. Jme 80. 3w " ent /A --The Idepd Want d method f gettLng help eliminates much worry and troubl War sens to be the great hobby of --Independent Want congress as more money is spent for many discarded articles war than anything else. cash. Kodak Finishing " Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from your favorite films. VIK Photo Let Us Fill Your G'rocery,. Order No matter what time of the day you call or phone us, we are always prepared to fill your requirements in food necessities. Is there anything in fresh Fruits, "Vegetables, Canned or Bottled Goods you need today? We can supply it at most reasonable prices. Saeger's Grocery Phone 37 MONUMEN Send [:or Ou[ I)esitns see I, 0rTONVltt[ MONUM[NT JOHNSON & LINDHOLM, Props. Manufacturers anQuarriers of famous Mahogany Granite NUMBER 11 Driving in Trolley Driving in trolley tracks is structive to tires because tires are thus distorted. lins suffer less than makes from this abuse be( lst--the exart thickness of the tread, and of the side wall near t tread, cushions the tire and distortion. 2ndMichelins' unique reduces the effect of such flexing, even when it does occur result perhaps of under-inflation. For greater service try a lin. Pufahl's Garage FORD PARTS AND FORD ACCESSORIES I \\; PAGE 6 ORTONVILLE INDEN DF.N'r 4, * / 9 From Our Neighbors .klHeres a Real Argument /rL?'%'2'.L7,0L For Philippe Independence ple attended the Fourth of July lebration program at the fair progr, am,ged der the aplces grounds on Moday afto, The of the Swift Cot Fair Association, neluded a ball finite baton Benson and Appleton for $300 purse as the big feature, and in this ntet Apple- ton won by a o of 7 to 3. The Appleton Mlne G unit provided irOn.sting ftu in drill  their mIdne as were bught into operation and an exple of the dead- ly possibilitie of machine gun ws gien.--Appeton Press. So This Is Msbin rpt [or making mshlne: en spts of barbed wi. ten ponds chewing tobco, one sack of tubemot, one e of blang pow4er, five gak- lens of rtr water. Mix t togetbe, and cool for vine days and night. Se n iee to eooZ while you dig your grave Then take one hole. You vll eed no vering. stuff will ms4e you." ] Dewitt, 5O yrs old, of tew of Clifton, s ateneed tQ 9( days in the onty bstfle by Judg Jes Flood at a hring Saturda momlng ter Deit had plead gUilt to the charge of keeping a nu'tu, Henty *Hunst,  IS year oh boy w giv afine  $50 d 0 day+ board with Big AIhert l,y Judg Stephen Flberty at Moi Saturday when he p]ead guilty to the charge of Zrsnsportinf tiqr. ! Aordlng to the court Dewitt had two stts in operation ,l hi farm but he clnlme he "va making the I stuff "that steals away the bran,"] only for his ,wn eonumptio.. The judge w ketic; oatbJ tement and gave the nloon,'hinen  ,as to! tbk [t over while n,,der eharg of sheriff. H was u+ Friday by Sheff he laws on the tatuto books Tnn State ]olldays. At a nt session of the egisa turn Aisti Da holiday in thin +tale. has ten state h]idays: Day, Lincoln's brthday, Washingten's birthday Feb. 22; me Day, May 3O; Independnc Day, July 4; Labor Day. rst Monday of September; Election Day, first Tuesday after the rst Monday of No vemher of tile even, nbered arsi Chrisin Day, +Dembcr 2; Goud Friday the Fday before Eter Sun day and Armiati Day, Nove,nbr ] L D. Farmers Have mg Picnic La. Thursday, Je 3O was a red letsr day in the political history of thee organlzl fmrs of G ty. On that day they 5.000 strong in the nual picnic and rally. A year agn ]er grove ,d the snnd on the Tuchelke faml. The hJgbt atten- dance at the pica+ca was not quite 4q0. This ye ead by fully a thousand. ryone was emthusiaie. Perhaps the something to do eroIs thi year,--Grnt County Tri- bune. Old Settle ae Aua} Meeting. The annual mting of the Old Set te' mncaUon of Traver. ig Stone and Roberts unties wan held i the eiv park of Browns ValJey with a fJy good attendant, o FnL day, Jtdy L Owing to the extreme heat which prevaiid durlag the day y old settle from neighb6ng towns Jd not ventdre on the trip. A few families aaiJed of the opportunity for a piemc dinner i the park. and the park being the ceo+est place in to. they en eyed the nion very mh indeed In the aRernon Pdent Nvun led the soainn+to order and an infoal prog of music, speh d short tMk w de ed. The me.ling w opened with prayer by Ray. Lumb+ followed with singing by a pec ehor Shell talks we made b Aand Kmr of Fat+ go, F. W. Mphy of Wheaten, S W. don. per equestof the progr mmlttee. lated many stoMes of lyIny poetical Idstor  this econ, to- gvthe with other plon days, and the lers preent gentlemen Ve VMIe) CHURCH NOTICES Eids Lutheran Church A TypiCal Plllpplns Htd 2be Unltl 8U m't the 1 t that has md ImmlgraLon ot llJpm enrrlimg t ly utate dlsrc in Uk* elt i mllte into vtrn t*rry  "m to Mmdanao. i ts]an.mvethsofZbrqxo It IJ gut] ily mtle It II o of the rleht and Ifq4rL be able ]toph iow|  llad In  world. Man ha estsbllshed ptanm- rovLn MmnL. P. L rQ yn mpln are USml , he  a dveP worklu to, low was at bv. a mlckl al an irgument tot independence. They ritz. He at Into the thel make the mt mat a Mtanao. planted hemp and eoa go out into a tptcat land and hai  no 1] rive their atnee. per, oe althy 7 stamtal worth (.0. Swedish M. E. ChacK @ A. #. Andern. ptor. | LEGAL NOTICES Regular rvces on the second Sun- l -- -- Jay of each month at 10:@  m. dl NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR. 7:30 p.m. ] CLOSURE SALE. Default having been Fit Congregatinl Church. I cndltiens of a, The will be no services in the ltainivg a power of Sale Congregational church nt Sday, l Ju]y 17. I P ........ linty e t ho  .......... Chuh. Ray. H. B. Adams. Regular services every Sunday a- temoon at th o'clock. Sunday shoo] at twel o'lod Norwegi Lutheran. Ray." J. Wa]seth, Pastor. There wZ]l be no scabies he thi coming Suay. Servis will be con- duped at Bellngham. ChriliM Sclene Sday service at 10:45 L m Subject, "Life." Wednesday service at 8:OO p. m. All are waive to these eiees, F, ig morn in their hall (Shumkr bmldlng. Op every Tuesday d Friday from 8 to  p, m. Methodt Eplpal. ev G L. Haggans, Ptor The theme for the morning ervie 17, will be "The GOs' gages on page 11o, wheby M. Ferch and Julia Feh, his wife, C. J. Feh and Mati]da Fetch, his wife, C. F. Fetch d Emma Fereh his wife, mortgagor, mortgaged to the State Bank of Cnr]l, now Faers & Men+ state Bank, mortgage, the Southet Quarter (S.E.) of Section Twenty-e (21), Township One Hun- dred Twenty-one (1I), .range Frty- fo (44), B'g Sne County, Minne- ta, by wch defaIt the Power f aZe has become operative, and  ac- tlon or pceedng at law having been instituted to rever the debt ured theby, or any pt thereof and there is claimed to be due oa id r tzage at the date he.of the s of Two Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty eight and elghty-ni one hddths ($2738.89) Do)furs. Now, Net I Hereby Given, That by vrtue of said power, said mortgage will be forlosed and said premises Id at public nucon by the Sheriff of said county or his deputy, on Fri- day, August 12, 1921, at 10 o'clk a. m. at the front door of the Court House m Ortonville, in aid eount, to pay said debt, interest, or Feze in Vin fees, nd disbursements Sunday sehl will meet at law. o'clock. There wil[ be no Dated May 10, 1921. ing service. Fame & Stae Bk of CoeI, Uited Ev an eliea Chur,: ! M ..... F. W. Agle, ?astor. A, B* Krcbe, Attorney I OrtonviIle, Minn Correll--Sunday school at10:80 a. j Fisrt Pub, June 30. .1 m, Prehing at 7:30 p. m, OdeasPachig rvice at 10:00. ; Order Limiting 'ime to File Clain a. m Sunday school at 11100  m. within Three'Months. and K. L. C* E. at :00 p.  i for Hearing Thegn. Steinle SehnolhoueeSday school Estate of Hugh C. llathews. at 2:00 p. m,; prehing at 3:00 p. m. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County oJ Akron Tnwnhip Chuh--Ser ; ig Stone, in pba e Court. I *continued. 'r the mtter of the etate of Hugh C The public is cordially iited to Mathews, DedenL with us at all of these seiee Lette of administtion this dt 1 O  Vln been grated to A #le Rev, Aold NelSOn, Pastor. no debts of sa . hews d t appean by tl Zl Luther Chub. of said psentatlve that There will be seics in the Sw dish Luthe ehuh Ju]y17, The morning ree which begins at I0:30 o'clock vZl be in the Swedish legSage, In the evening at 8:0O o'clock the will be ser in the Engilsh language. Sunday hl d Bible e]as meet iediately af- *er the morning rve. The ......... he chuhEvt * . Ch.'.,'e.o.+ United EvangeSeal Church. RaY J H yne, Pasr mg st C/ty.--Preaehlng rvts Sunday sdaoo! at 11:0o a.m.K.L.C. . meeting at 7:$0 . m. Preaching slees at 8:0  m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held vry Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m, Jolm--PreacbJng iees every airedale Sday at :00 p. m. ordere, that de.dent my prent elxns agnsl his estate m tiffs Court, be. and th s hereby is, tnlted to th months from d after the date here- el; and that Monday the 26th day ofi September: 1921 at I0 o'Ik & in the Probate Court Rooms at the Cnurthne t the City of Orton]le in said unty, be, and the e he- by is, fixed d and p1 f hearing upon and the exandnaan, adjustment d IIOW- M of eh cld as shall be pe- Let noti hef be giv b the publication of tls order in the on- vili 1dependent  pvlded by Dedune 21, 1921. I B. HUDSON, (Co I Judge of Pbata F rst pub. J 23, Noti of Mortgage lrlure Sale Deault having dd Ninety and 48-100 ($1.590,48) Dollar Now. noti is herb d pmise of said county or his deputy, on Satu , August 2O. 10 of in Oonville, in aid to pay said dnbt, fe ad dlsbursnments al]ow b) laWl)ated July 5, 1921. WILLIAI F. RUDOLPH. Mortgagee Ortonvilbe Minn. 6 First pub. J 23. Order Limiting Estate of Jennie g Cooper. TE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, In Pbae Court. In the matter nf the Cooper, Dedt of the above ed decedent may pnt e/aJras agaiazt his estate in this Court be, d the e hereby is, mired to six months date hef; and that Monday the 2eth day of Deera. ben, 1921, at 10 o'elk  m, in the Probate Crt R at the Ceurt- hou at the Cit ynf Ortonville, in ead eoty, be by i, fixed and a and pZace for upon and the emition, adjtmt sad allow- such claims aa hall be pre- afesstd Let notice hereof be given by the pubUtion of this elder in the Or- tonvilIe Independent u pvided by law. Dated Jue 22, 192t. R. B. HUDSON, (Court Seal) Judge of Pbate Forl Sate ef Property In Psesi Noti i he.by given: payment of lawful eharges agsht the personaZ pperty heinater des- eribed, for which the dersixed h being y u described personal follows, t, wit: One Overfed number Ninet four cylinder, tmnl autemobile e, gine number of the umobile bei 567O2. llceme nber 102148. That thee is now d nn id ile on aceot of the lawfuL charg against sakt property or ea, ctu tody, sterage, making, labor, alteriv and repairing and other disbu meats the sum of One Hundred Sixty+ six d alxty+four one-hundtdth DoHs ($166.64), no part z whic h ever been paid. That said eum is d d owsg t nf Ortonvii[e Minn., wh d be deref sld lien d is in tua possession of said per- I property thereunder, such ta- bor, earn storage, eutedy, klng, alining d palring nnd other dJs- bument ham ll b made and paid for by him upon sai property. That the grounds nf stud lien am follows, towit: Th aUl was o March, 1921, pinned in the nnd earn and custory ef id A. S. HMIS by one Oscar Bakke, who claim- ed to be the owner their, with in- e, repair, alter d care for said utomobile d said Oscar Bakke pmised to pay thee+ fur, d theftor to the'dLe hereof said A. S. Hb has had peession of automobile and new prts and r, pai led, nmde arid e, hc, and td id  item, ost and expense at the city nf Or- onvil]e, Big Stoe County Mintmso- a, and on u inn nder the Statutes f the state ot Minnet That mo than nlndty (90) days has elapsed since said sm ured by uh lien became due and the me aa neve been pJd; that b son f the fm]u of sd Or skbe to pay the debt  by said lien - er the laws nf the state ef Mnneta the whoe amot thereef is de.tared tn be due d owing to said A. S. HM Now, therefe, the autebile abex described will be Id pursualt o the Pewer of Sale authorized un- der the Statutes of the state ef Min- neta at ubie tion le to the Mgbest biJder for essh on th 0th of Big Stone, o satisfxy the debt sred b m d the xpensee  i the date of said sa]e,J nd penaes of and ac-: these folos p ]ate tainlng a Power of Sale dated July with the AdelidPr hlng rs 8, 1920, and du Ray S  Mce of Crmton Pter. other Sundayat 2:.8.O p.  of the Re later of Deeds of B g Stene : the te .rybdy]srdiallyin tedtat" County, inn., July 7 1920 at 2 of slx per cent (6 per cnt) per- Chu  St ta mesa meeting, o'clock p m' in Bk 57 nf Moxtga ntv Joh  gee Da The Rel ]'e #ra tll o*lok [ ,orago_rs [ ]NOTICE TO MOW WEEDS' [ ctr 2  RrcWeeieb r Edcar d h "Win" Via J da  fred3" 'tt t te,OrA.A, riD. ,Vli nn" thh gt Sda m ndn An a'apn" owIhg or oecupying me ago.re. rtgagd to Wi]li F. A.S. HALLS, towni bftt '  Oramvtlem (12) of lock Thirty-two (32), Ori "- . " ..'tmttt .......... [ ..................... [ Stone ty, Minuets, by whiex de- I _,  0. ep ,mg. r.  yns,, x me v. faelt the Poveer of Sale hss become]tm ree*m# 8w .rvl   at lO:Ce a. dayofJidyor twillbemowl operative, andno Station orpoeeediag , m. or 2.0 pm. Genmm lazul and charged to the protmrW in tam at law iavrlag h been instuted to -t --TheldelUmdenWaittAdmthod 'agoaa , I (]. D. FIFILD, (Ymdam [ any pt the, and there is la/za- d troabl I War sem to be the gt hobby of[ m mo mone I maltY diarded articles anything e] sh. Kodak Finishing " Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from your favorite films. Let Us Fill Your Girocery Order No matter what time of the day you call or phone us, we are always prepared to fill your requirements in food necessities. Is there ything in fresh Fruits, Yegetabte., Cned or Bottled Goods you need today? We ca supply it at most rasgnable prices. Saeger's Grocery Phone. 37 Snd For Our Dsins O00lO00Vltt[ MONUM[NI JOHNSON & LINDHOLM, Props. Manufacturers andQurrhrs famous Mahogany Granite / has c of tir NUMBER 11 Driving in am .Trolley Driving in trolley tracks is structive to tires because tires are thus distorted. lins suffer less than makes from thi tread, d of the side wdl near tread, cushions the tire and tieing, en when it does sutt perhaps of der-iflation. For greater service tr lin. Pufahl's Garage FORD FATS AND FORD ASORIE8 PAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, @ [ From Our Neighbors # Big Celebration At Appleton. A crowd estimated at about 2,000 people attended the Fourth of July celebration program at the fair grounds on Monday afternoon. The program arranged under the auspices of the Swift County Fair Association, included a ball game between Benson and Appleton for $300 purse as the big feature, and in this contest Apple- tort won by a score of 7 to 3. The Appleton Machine Gun unit provided an iffteresting feature in a drill and their machine guns were brought Jute operation and an example of the dead- ly possibilities of machine gun fire was given.--Appleton Press. So This Is Moonshine. A contemporary gies the following receipt for making moonshine: "Sev- en spools of barbed wire, ten pounds chewing tobacco, one sack of tuberoot, one can of blasting powder, five gal- lons of river water. Mix all together and cool for nine days and night. Set on ice to cool while you dig your grave. Then take one drink and run for the hole. You will need no covering. The stuff will cremate you." Moonshiners Nabbed In Traverse Co. Ira Dewitt, 50 years old, of th'e town of Clifton, was sentenced to 90 days in the ounty bastile by Judge James Flood at a hearing Saturday morning after Dewitt had. plead guilty to the cha'ge of keepit,g a nume. HenPy-Hunstgad, an 1S year old boy was given afine of $50 and 30 days board with Big Albert by Judge Stephen Flaherty at Morris Saturday when he plead guilty to the charge of transporting liquor. According to the court Dewitt had two stills in operation on l:is farm but he claims he was making the stuff "that steals away tbe brn," only for his own consumption. The judge was skeotic;! ofthis ';tatement and gave the moon.:l-,incr 90 ,lays to ?hink it over while trader charge of sheriff. He was arrested at his farm Friday by Sheriff Johnson who an- nounces that thel will be open ason on home brewers Ore year rouml until the laws on the -tatute books m-e changed.--Wheaton Gazette-Rep .)riot. Ten State Holidays. At a recent session of the !egisla- tare Armistice Day was made a ]egal holiday in this state. Minne:ota now has ten state holidays: New Years Day, Lincoln's birthday, Feb. 12; Washington's birthday Feb. 22; Me- morial Day, May 30; Independence Day, July 4; Labor Day, first Monday of September; Election Day, first Tuesday after the first Monday of No- vember of the even numbered years; Christma Day, December 25; Good Friday the Friday before Easter Sun- day and Armistice Day, November 11. S. D. Farmers Have Big Picnic. Last Thursday, June 30, was a red letter day in the political history of thd organize] farmers of Grant Coun- ty. On that day they assemblel 5,000 strong in e Tuchotke grove, north of LaBolt, to celebrate their an- nual picnic and ra]ty. A year ago two picnics were held, one in the Oeh- ler grove and the second on the Tucholke farnl. The highest atben- dance at these picnics was not quite 4,000. This year the number had in- creased by fully a thousand. And ev- eryone was enthusiastic. Perhaps the organization of the Klu Klux Klan had something to do with the increased crowds this year.--Grant County Tri- bune. Old Settlers Have Annual Meeting. The annual meetbg of the Old Set- tiers' association of Traverse Big Stone and Roberts counties was held in the city park of Browns Valley, with a fairly good attendance, on Fri- day, July 1. Owing to the extreme heat which prevailed during the day, many old settlers from neighb6ring towns did not venture on the trip. A ew families availed themselves of the opportunity for a picnic dinner m the park, and the park being the coolest place in tow, they enjoyed the occasion very much indeed. In the afternoon President Neuman called the association to order, md an informal program of music, speeches and short talks was render- ed. The meeting was opened with prayer by Rev. Lumb, followed with singing by a special choir. Short talks were made b Alexander Karr of Far- go, F. W. Murphy of Wheaten, S. W. Frasier, F. D. Smith and Sam Y. Gor- don. Messrs. Frasier and Gordon, as per request*of the program committee, related many stories of early-day political history of this section, to- gether with other reminiscences of pioneer days, and the many old vet- tiers present enjoyed the talks af both gentlemen very much indeed.--Browns Valley Inter-Lake Tribune. @ @ I CHURCH NOTICES I $ Rids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. lVL Moe of CFmton, Pastor. $ Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 8:15 o'clock Sunday morning, July 17. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Btling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m, or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sunday l,,aftev ,ea service English lanaage. Here's a Real Argument For Philippine Independence A Typlr.al Philippine Hmestead The United 8trtm isn't tlm only country that has homesteaders--those enterprising pioneers who leave thick- ly populated districts and take their families into virgin territory to create homes for themselves. The Philippine islands have thousands of thrifty home- steadera The above photograph shows a pic- ture of a Christian Filipino homestead- er and his family Lear Ptklt, Cotabsta provlnce Mlndanao, P. L Five years ago he was a cab driver working for low wages at Cebu, a thickly populated city. He went Into the then wilderness of Mladanao, planted hemp and cocoa- nuts, paid for his land and hai be- coe wealthy. Thousands of similar instances could bl cited One Mlndanao homesteader Is worth $200,000. Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor, | LEGAL NOTICES Regular services on the second Sun- 0 day of each month at 10:38 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. First Congregational Church. There will be no services in the Congregational church next Sunday, July 17. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. H. B. Adams. Regular sere'ices every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be no services here this coming Sumtlay. Services will be con- ducted at Bellingham. Christian Science. Sunday service at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Life." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welccme to these services. Fre, reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. The theme for the morning service at the Methodist church Sunday, July 7, will be "The Gospel that Does Not Sour in Summer or Freeze in Win- ter." Sunday school will meet at 9:45 o'clock. There will be no even- ing service. Uaited Evangelical Church., F. W. Agte, Pastor. Ortonville, Minn. CorrellSunday school at*'10:30 a. Fisrt Pub. June 30. m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. OdessaPreaching service at 10:00. Order Limiting a'ime to File Claims a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. within Three-Month and K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p.m. for Hearing Thereon. Seinle SchoolhouseSunday school Estate of Hugh C. Mathews. at 2:00 p. rn.; preaching at 3:00 p. m. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Akron Township Church--Services Big Stone, in Probate Court. In discontinued. [ The public is cordially invited to t meet with us at all of these services-I @ @ " I Zion Lutheran Church. I Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. t There will be services in the Swe-] dish Lutheran church next Sunday, July 17. .The morning service which begins at 10:30 o'clock wll be in the Swedish langfiage. In the evening at 8:00 o'clock there will be service in the English language. Sunday school and Bible class meet immediately af- ter the morning service. The eonfir- rrmtion class meetsqn the church at 10:00 o'etoek Satmxtay forenoon. Ev- ery one is welcone to attend the serv- ices. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Myne, Pastor Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. NOTICE TO MOW WEEDS. All persons  owning or occupying land abbutting oi any highway in the township of the Ton of Ortonville are hereby notified to mow allwalks along said highwy "befol the twentieth day of JUly or the Same will be mowS! and charged to the property in tages. By order of.tbe Town Board. C. D. FIFIELD, Chairman. The Philippine government Is encour- aging the Immigration of Flllplno from the thickly populated sections In- to Mlndanao. This Is the second larg- est tf the Islands of the archipelago. It !$ still sparsely settled, although It is one of the richest and mot pro- ductive Islands in the world. Many Americans have established planta- tions there and become rich. Filipinos are using the stories of the many successful Filipino homesteaders as an argument for independence. They make the point that a people that can go out into a tropical wilderness with no capital save their patience, pers- verence and energy and win homes "r therselves, have the necessary stamina to run their own affatr I NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOR- CLOSURE SALE. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con- taining a power of Sale, dated Febru- ary 21, 1918, and duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeeds of Big Stone County, Minn., March 23, 918, at 9 o'clock a. m. in Book 53 of Mort- gages on page 110, whereby M. Ferch and Julia Ferch, his wife, C. J. Ferch and Matilda Fetch, his wife, C. F. Ferch and Emma Ferch his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to the State Bank of Correll, now Farmers & Mer- thereby, or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof the sum of Two Thousand Seven Hundred Thirty-eight and eighty-nine one htmdr, edths ($2738.89) Dollars. Now, Notice Is Hereby Given, That by virtue of said power, said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises sold at public auction by the Sheriff of said county, or his deputy, on Fri- day, August 12, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the Court House in Ortonville, in said count, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees, and disbursements allowed by law. Dated May 10, 1921. Farmers & Merchants Statle Bank of Correll, Mortgagee. A. B. Kaercher, Attorney " ed to be due on said mortgage at the date hereof the sum of Fifteen Hun- dred Ninety and 48-100 ($1,590.48) Dollars. Now, notice is hereby given, that by virtue of said power said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premises soht at public auction by the Sheriff of said county or his deputy, on Satur- day, August 20, 1921 at 10 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the Court House, in Ortonville, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated July 5, 1921. WILLIAM F. RUDOLPH. Mortgagee. A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First Pub. June 7. 6w First pub. June 23, 3w Order Limiting iTime to File Claims and for Hearing Thereon. Estate of Jennie B. Cooper. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Jennie B. Cooper, Decedent. Letters of administration this day having been granted to John Michel]; It is ordered, that the time within which all creditors of the above named decedent may present c]aims against his estate in this Court, be, and the same hereby is, limited to six months from and after the date hereof; and that Monday the 26th day of Decem- ber, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Court- house at the Cit yof Ortenville, in said county, be and the same here- by is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the examination, adjustment and allow- ance of such claims as shall be pre- sented within the time aforesaid. . Lt notice hereof be given by he publication of this order in the Or- tonville Independent as provided by law. Dated June 22, 1921. R. B. HUDSON, (Court Seal) Judge of Probate Lien Foreclosure Sale of Personal Property In Possession. Notice is hereby given: That default has occurred in the payment of lawful charges against the personal property hereinafter des- cribed, for which the undersigned has a claim and lien "for actual services rendered and performed in the care, custody, storage, making, altering and repairing of said personal property and for moneys paid to other persons for such purposes, all being reason- able disbttrsements necessarily incur- red and expended by the undersigned for the above purposes' set forth upon the following described personal property now in the possession of the undersigned described as follows, to- wit: One Overland number Ninety, chants State Bank, mortgagee, the four cylinder, touring automobile, en- Southeast Quarter (S.E.%) of Section i gine number of the automobile being Twenty-one (21), Township One Hun-156702, license number 102148. dred Twenty-one (121), .range Forty-] That there is now due on said lien four (44), Big Sne County, Minne-] on account of the lawful charges sota, by which default the Power of lagainzt said property for care, eus- Sale has become operative, and n ac-/tody, storage, making, labor, altering tion or proceeding at law having been [ and repairing and other disburse- instituted to recover the debt secured ments the sum of One Hundred Sixty- six and sixty-four one-hundredths the matter of the estate of Hugh C. Mathews, Decedent. Letters of administration this day having been granted to Anna Mat- hews, and it appearing by the affidavit of said representative that there are no debts of said decedent; It is ordered, that the time within which all creditors of thY above named decedent may present claims against his estate in this Court, be, and the same hereby is, limited to three mohths from and after the date here- of; and that Monday the 26th day of September: 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Courthouse at the City of Ortonville in said county, be, and the same here- by is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the examination, adjustment and allow- ance of such claims as shall be pre- sented within the time aforesaid. Let notice hereof be given by the publication of this order in the Orton- ville Independent as provided by law. Datedlune 21st, 1921. R. B. HUDSON, (Court Seal) Judge of Probate First pub. June 23, 3w - Notice of Mortgage Foreclosure Sale. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con- taining a Power of Sale, dated July 3, 1920, and duty recorded, in the office of the Register of Deeds of Big Stone County, Minn., July 7, 1920, at 2 o'clock p. m: in Book 57 of Mortgages on page 27, whereby Edward W. Van- cra and Marcella Vancura, his wife, mortgagors, mortgaged to William F. Rudolph Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), of Block Thirty-two (32), Origi- nal Plat of the city of Ortonville, Big Stone county, Minnesota, by which de- fault the Power of Sale has become operative, and no diction or proceeding at law having been instibuted to v- cover the debt. ured thereby, )r any pat thereof, and there is claim- Dollars ($166.64), no part vf which has ever been paid. That said sum is due and owing to A. S. Halls of Ortonville, Minn., who is the owner and holder of said lien and is in actual possession of said per- sonal property thereunder, such la- bor, care, storage, custody, making, altering and repairing and other dis- bursements having all been made and paid for by him upon said. property. That the grounds of said lien are as follows, towit: The automobile above described was on the 12th day of March, 1921, placed in the possessiov and care and custory of said A. S. Halls by one Oscar Bakke, who claim- ed to be the owner thereof, with in- structions to make, repair, alter and care for said ,utomobile and said Oscar Bakke promised to pay there- for, and thereafter to the,date hereof said A. S. Hll has had possession of said automobile and has furnished new parts and repaired and remodel- led, made and enhmaced the value of and stored said automobile at his own cost and expense, at the city of Or- tonville, Big Stone County Minneso- [ta, and on account thereof bases his claim for said lien under the Statutes [ of the state of Minnesota. That more than ninety (90) days "has elapsed since said sum secured by such lien became due and the same has never been paid; that by reason of the failure of said Oscar Bakke to pay the debt secured by said lien un- der the laws of the state of Minnesota the whole amount thereof is declared to be dte and owing to said A. S. Halls. Now, therefore, the automobile above described will be sold pursuant to the Power of Sale authorized un- der the Statutes of the state of Min- nesota at public auction sale to the highest bidder for cash on the 30th day of July, 1921, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, which sale will be made by the Sheriff of said county at the front door of the Ortonville Auto and Supply Company building on sec- ond street, in the city of Ortonille, county of Big Stone, state of Minne- sota, to satisfy the debt secured by said lien and. the expenses incurred in the labor, care, storage, custody, mak- ing, altering and repairing of said au- tomobile until the date of said sale, and the costs and expenses of and ac- cruing out of these foreclosure pro, ceedings. That there will be due on the date of said sale the sum of One Hundred and sixt:-six mad sixty-four one hun- redths ($166.6,) Dollars, with the cost of storage and expenses of sale and interest on said sum at the rate of six per cent (6 per cent) per an- nunl Dated at Ortonville, Minn., this 29th day of June, A. D., 1921. A. S. HALLS, Lien Holder. A. B. KAERcHER, Attorney for Lien Holder, Orton,llle, un. First Pub. Jme 80. 3w " ent /A --The Idepd Want d method f gettLng help eliminates much worry and troubl War sens to be the great hobby of --Independent Want congress as more money is spent for many discarded articles war than anything else. cash. Kodak Finishing " Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from your favorite films. VIK Photo Let Us Fill Your G'rocery,. Order No matter what time of the day you call or phone us, we are always prepared to fill your requirements in food necessities. 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