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JULY 14, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT .............................. L ..... The Farmers Corner EDEsP o, ]DEVoT E AIA,Y TO TIlE ACTIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER&apos;S CLUBS. i iEY, tt I.:G(iY; 'I'(} lie lt2Nil,iA iAixl< tREAq [* seihlant" OUt a wafnH1" 1L} 0f' ilt'(,(iucci'? that this is the zime d,f the .r \\;\ i]c;7 ]'L ;:[[ (t[l] c ]}]L1FL i)C ,'('i - , , v,'({ 1;t iil'ii!t lil the ;uphy ([' :ilaTq:e{ : ;<>, N. f;. (hapnua], {<;u!t' C, >p,_- ;:J[DL i" ,i! ' p'ii("dCdU exten>:(< : 7','[s{(:n .l: [ nN+:l:.<> };'aiiI]. :a\\;s ;]l'i[ ! iFCsh (?r{J','S PAll=:{ Ill! bandh'(t c::)e-' . !1117, ;is >:v, c(i o!ilk ())" crE,l,-;q, tic ;?.kes fi\\;c (>( sith,.is f'( .,' the pr(Muc- , t i,,n of top-iI.nteh inal'ket ()fig.-'. They aie: Wiil Have Flour Mill ;Limited Supplies Help Cattle Deal Fed Bcc('s Sei Up to ;8.00 and 88.25. Qua!i.y, M' Gra.<.crs hnl)r(tvieg. i tie, (iA., ,- , illi. (;.tc:e t,t00. ),lark.nt <.,hih" had t ( i>(,,.:\\; e:: .<;q25. (i\\;e: 2,2:]% "t<,stly ZTJe h<Ai', i;;:k:'}' ,),,,O(7, i. <;.:. > ) .(. . . , :(, 2,w i.we:', l,:n,ao ktli [(j :<{l.,-;(i. }ltll-r ::c In {o :.:<.v.,% <.:...! p%::: :;<,l:,]. ;-h"ep lli{ m, sale. M;li']<(t ,,:11o::' oil ]:tl]:[)>', l:,c!,:or top :<9.00. Sheep :;tea(ly. N(;ulh i. lklui. Mhm.. Juh. Iq. t9ZI; P'ani:l,e )eco[pt on days followh,K t:; for t< state expei i;nelital n:ide i b- the i]t leg':- the exlra ess]ot] ill (fl)- and by the 42nd leg-isla- the ret;'uh:r sessim early At the ater sessi m the mill a part of tie state depart- Funds available used in the CtiltS{FUC- Partition a('ro>:5: the huildinR" the grain cleaning and illJn departments. The include thc late.<t wheat and seourin ran- space is provided for ent of about three carola(ts our milling (leparLment will ed the necessary machinery of wheat flour by reduction roller process, of break rolls, and nine or reducing rolls will Wheat. Six purifiers will and aspirate the middlings, bolteds fill be pro- the various streams. be as well equip- 1,000 to 2,000 bar- its actual output will 159 barrels in 24 hours. and testing laboratory provided for testing the its products. This will make to determine the quality of the flour produced *sample of wheat that is a(tequate bui!(liuff in Mhme-: 'life production of infc:tiie elg's hy .iul,/ Fourth h<4hhty rc, sidl(d h ::l:: the installation (if aeom-: colllilling' nr kiilin;): ohl roosters an(ll 4mti:l :alns in cattle prices. With of "wheat cleaninse anti flour :'ni>:]!int' the yotli1E7 ones. i(('eilitS : _fahl lirJt oh ot)(nin'.t da.,s 'rle huihlin is (if '; By prn"idinS4 <>lie, nest for ev,C. :):is \\;reck and a,>l iapro\\;ej b(,,'!i7 ll':tl!, brick construction, %2 feet .,hll' hen an(l ffathcrinR" oF, Ks at I and Ht ]atgo eastern cmsuminff ee::tc:s if> feet long,, and four stories ..t .3 p. F,I. ever)(lay. {:tth, I:lailgC . '.oIIti!ttled tO Kie  aoo,l has provided that feeds produced in this turned over to the state for use in state insti- state will thus obtain at the cost of manu- at the same time will ac- information concerning of different lots of wheat. Plant is provided and de- for the purpose of of different types and lllay later be available for in milling, m,illing engi- milling chemistry. tperiment mill is finish- of 1921 it will be the plant of its world. Minnesota will a position to test her wheat of flour, determine cleaning and milling, and of scientific millers. (OOD HELP IN LAND CLEARING at the Northeast Sta- have shown," says )son, "that sheep ,'rder cer- ons for the "brushing" of [IV conlililU all hroodv hem; tlm 51st7 night found. " i f [iy R'l';.ltlilt' qTES when athered, l keeping" the small ci echoed or (lirtv I ,,*i:es for home USo lind putting the[ s,.s,s to be marketed in a ease which ix always kept in a cooll, dry place. By marketing egs at least three! times a ,,'eel:; pl:otecting the case] h'om the sun and heat on the way to{ market.- __  GIANI)EliS BEING OUSTED FROM MINNESOTA Tireless work and vigilance by the State Livestock Board, staff men of the division of veterinary medicine at University Farm, and the veterinar- ians out over the state have done won- ders among Minnesota horses. Dr. M. H. Reynolds, of UniversiW Farm, who is in charge of the section of sanata- tion for the state board, says that 2,245 horses were tested for glanders the last quarter and that only three diseased animals were found. He re- gards this as a truly remarkable showing. "We have probably reached the irreducible minimum so far as glanders is concerned," he says, "the only a few years have elapsed since our work with glanders ranked in ex- pense and magnitude with our tuber- culosi control work." Increased Number of Native White Farmers. The number of native white far- mers in the United States on January 1 was 4,917,305, compared with 4,- 771,063 in 1910, representing an in- crease of 146,242, or 3.1 per cent. These figures were recently announced hy the Bureau of the Census. The four states showing the largest number of Indian farmers in 1920 were Oklahoma, with 5,301; New Mex- ico, with 1,833; North Carolina, with 1.440: and South Dakota, with 1,275. These figures ere.,o announced by the Bureau of the Census. :'.,'cure of" iL-:c!f, with prices still on ti:e mhiie. cil)iill('s of f,",i c':tli" ae very scar:e, a few te.a,is of this clas> reac'hinff :KI)0 to $8.25 on open- ;tU' days, sevel'al load,: averaging from 10?0 lo 1450 lhs. ffo:ng" to packers today at $.%25. Bulk of the common and med- ium Kra.. steers which are shoin;" hnprove(I kil!in qualiti< are qellinsm from ,,5.00 to $.00. Butcher cows aml heifer. oiY grass sell mostly from (<L00 Lo $6.l)0; with a few ,eed offer- ins as high as $7.00 or slightly bet- ter. Canners an eutteim sell larf{ely from $1.50 to $2.75, with only a few old shells as low as $1.00. goh.,gna hulls go from $3.25 to $4.25, with a few medium to good beef bulls up to $5.00 or slightly better. Veal calves are $2.00 higher than the recent low spot, $,8.50 now taking best lights to packers, seconds largely 85.51). A few good to choice heavy feeders ,:ell up to $6.00 or a little above, with the bulk of the common and medium grades selling from $3.00 to $5.50, and "dogs" down around $2.00. Heavy weight hogs dropped back to 10c to 25c today, while lights hehl about steady. Range $8.00 to $9.50, bulk $8.40 to $8.85, best pigs $9.60. Lambs strong, packer top on natives of the feeding ground is the best results. "Our Mr. Thompson, "were one tract during June. a second one during during August. The they will be shifted i . 1 and then to tract No. 2. i rill not have gone stale, second growth provides i wlfieh they relish and] Hampshire lambs weighed about 90i in late November, 1920, I I have outlined. The i in this manner in 1920: start of grass, and the! will take the remain- COnditions ideal for cat- / Water and limited range I :n the successful "brush-] by sheep. Care should to force them too hard. may fail to gain and the "brushing" will be ,! s More Real SatidaOion" w . says the Good Judge In i little of the Reed To . I bacco Chew, than you ever " got out of the ordinary kind. The good rich taste lasts so long you don't need a fresh chew nearly as often--that'a why it costs you less to chew this class of tobacco. -- Any man who uses the Real , i;" Tobacco Chew will tell you ... tit. M (2UT ia a long line-cut toba RIGHT CUT is a short-cut t-obacc $9.00, sheep steady, good light ewes $3.50. :% There were 6,448,366 farmers in the United States on January 1, according to figures announced by the Bureau o the Census. In 1910 the census show- ed 6,361,502 farmers, the increase for the past 10 year, tbrefore, being 86,864, or 1.4 per cent. _ PAGE 7 ........ L . ' 31ARSHALI COUNTY ] --"Try a Want Ad" is the connna i---: ......................................... i IMPIIOVING CORN that the experience(t friend gives yo:: !i Professional and I \\;hen "t vatued ar+;cm  lo,,t i " " I tl. R. Houser, Marshall county ' ........... { Business Drectorv  I, ............................... * agent, reports to his chief at Univer- ....... 1 " . .......... :Jty Farm that eleven farmers of he C. I " Warren, RadJuln and Arlzyie (/htriet We will pay the following { E. S GLOH t are ffrowinff seed plots as a part of the :novement for the (levelopnent nf an -ar]y maturintr corn which will he adapted to the Rcd River \\;;alley. The C(i-Opel't/{oI'S \\;VCI'e suIDlie(I with eed of Northwestern I)ent, Whiie Cap !;ont. and Minnesota No. 13. "Fh prices for junk: Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton Copper and heavy Brass,4c to 8c per pound. Old Rags, / cent per pmmd. Old Rubbers and ']'i:c,,,  cent to 1 cenf per p,qun.,l. [or [art ELECT1HC i } " , I,,R, IC, L WIRING : REPAIIHNG i i : Phone 2SI-L [ i Ortonville, Minn. i l>ipe Fittings, B:,s Ga(,?_s, JOE BAYER & SON ; BelHng and Hose .arr;ed ir Of the ().,toni!e Tailoring Co. stml(. Acelytenc V: ".01:-g ..... All kinds of r:',,,:<i:: and pressing l nc:ll {:, d>nO. The " " ""-omonville K,m.drv  s,,i: Made t,, Order. ...... " B Want Ad puhtfeiy ;s v: :i, ,i , p!i, V. F..%IT:LLICA. Prop. Phone 2:; Ortonville. Miml. licity--an(1 costs hut a D,il,< . { i@ @ .... i JOHN" r t.N lfla"n?'""" ] ............................................................................................................. %1 i Ortmtvi]]e, Mini:. Northv, est School ,f AK:'iculturc ac ('rookston, a bl'all(h Of !}1,? :[:l[e c,:- :-(':'<it.)-, hi:; m'_l(ic disth,ct [ro!;'7" :::: h: pIIttin the falllolls vaile) on an a!i :Irourid fa!TainI_," \\;>:-.,.is. Hail Insurance Written by us Protects you against com- plete loss. Your crop is worth protection. Have you Tornado Insurance? We write old line policies ..... best protection you can get. First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA i i iiii ......... " .... fYl[ 7P X , 1 ..' t -/-' - " '4it&, "] ?  ..... !] 'f  "5+ "- :] --It J . ,+ + iiil{!!, ': ' v ;'};'q 7;;], 4' / .7 , 'it, The best proof that you should wn H P o a art- arr tractor We have never heard of a Hart-Parr tractor owner who would part with his tractor if he could not get another. Any man who uses a Hart-Parr tractor a year would not think of farming with- out one. Ask your.neighbor who owns one. The proof that they like Hart-Parrs is the fact that they come back for more. There are hundreds of farmers all over the coun- try who have purchased a Hart-Parr and have come back for more. H. J. Grtter, Grand\\;n, N. D., has 3 A. J. Truckenbrod, Grand Forks, N. D., has 7 Rudolph County, Ashboro, N. C., has 4 Peter and John Askegaard, Co.stock, Minn., have 4 Graham & Sons, Foxwarren, Man., Canada, have 5 Joseph Wencl, Caldwell, Kans., has 3 W. P. Fowler, Woodruff, S. C., has 3, Wm. Ottle, Yuma, Colo., has 3 Sorenson & Berklahd, Ft. Benton, Mont., have 4 C. B. Folz, Pine Bluffs, Pine Bluffs, Wyo., has 3 There are scores of others and there are many farmers who are using Hart-Parr tractors ten years old and more and many of them have purchased new Hart-Parrs--you see them working side by side on the same farm. A Hart-Parr customer is a satisfied customer. He has a tractor tractor with abundant, power and one that he can keep in "ship-shape" without calling in an expert. There is no other tractor on the market as simple and accessible as the u. .t t..ll . irrl litllt pll thl Hart-Parr. ,a  ,l t, IMtll  lUU I Let us tell you about the Hart-Parr 30 or the new Hart-Parr 20. " ',. " ,-' Come in and see us or write for catalog. ",.. ,.",.m."'',.,,. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS We also handle a complete line of Power Farming equilmlmt including Grain Threshers, Shreddeli, Silo Fillers, Trsetor Feed Mills, Tractor Disc Hirrows, IAght Hauling (ff all Kinds Express an,:i Ba?4ffae "/elephone 287 PAUl. DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. , I PETERSON & SON bray Line Big Slone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. I ARTAH PUDER All Kinds of Plastering and Stuoco Work. Big Stone City, S. Dak. Kodak o00w, o,,00o PRINTIN ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. i DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN , )ne block uphill from. Gunderson s Drug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc,) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonville, Minneeoti FOR TRUCK SERVICE[ and any kind of light and heavy ! draying | Hausauer Bros. [ PHONE 268 | All Orders Given Prompt Attention | A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray SpinographicM Laborator# 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. J Col. Wm. Wellendorf 1 AUCTIONEER ] 30 years' experience. No pratie-I ing on your property. Call orrl write me early and get in on an early date. Ortonvill, Mlmltsotl J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Residence - 194 Furniture Store - 85 All Work Guaranteed Ortonville, Minnesota. WILL FINCH Experienced Painter Phone  235-L All Work Guaranteed JOHN MALMQUIST Interinr Dttoratlng and Artistie Sign Paintin| Phone -L Ortonville, M'mmesot ELMER sAtsmmi -ra  muir Fifta Yesr Ortonville, Minn. IL F. D. | i i I i i f i IIIII ill - _  -- I I I II II II III I IIIIII You Need .P00..ting 00nting I JULY 14, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT .............................. L ..... The Farmers Corner EDEsP o, ]DEVoT E AIA,Y TO TIlE ACTIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. i iEY, tt I.:G(iY; 'I'(} lie lt2Nil,iA iAixl< tREAq [* seihlant" OUt a wafnH1" 1L} 0f' ilt'(,(iucci'? that this is the zime d,f the .r \\;\ i]c;7 ]'L ;:[[ (t[l] c ]}]L1FL i)C ,'('i - , , v,'({ 1;t iil'ii!t lil the ;uphy ([' :ilaTq:e{ : ;<>, N. f;. (hapnua], {<;u!t' C, >p,_- ;:J[DL i" ,i! ' p'ii("dCdU exten>:(< : 7','[s{(:n .l: [ nN+:l:.<> };'aiiI]. :a\\;s ;]l'i[ ! iFCsh (?r{J','S PAll=:{ Ill! bandh'(t c::)e-' . !1117, ;is >:v, c(i o!ilk ())" crE,l,-;q, tic ;?.kes fi\\;c (>( sith,.is f'( .,' the pr(Muc- , t i,,n of top-iI.nteh inal'ket ()fig.-'. They aie: Wiil Have Flour Mill ;Limited Supplies Help Cattle Deal Fed Bcc('s Sei Up to ;8.00 and 88.25. Qua!i.y, M' Gra.<.crs hnl)r(tvieg. i tie, (iA., ,- , illi. (;.tc:e t,t00. ),lark.nt <.,hih" had t ( i>(,,.:\\; e:: .<;q25. (i\\;e: 2,2:]% "t<,stly ZTJe h<Ai', i;;:k:'}' ,),,,O(7, i. <;.:. > ) .(. . . , :(, 2,w i.we:', l,:n,ao ktli [(j :<{l.,-;(i. }ltll-r ::c In {o :.:<.v.,% <.:...! p%::: :;<,l:,]. ;-h"ep lli{ m, sale. M;li']<(t ,,:11o::' oil ]:tl]:[)>', l:,c!,:or top :<9.00. Sheep :;tea(ly. N(;ulh i. lklui. Mhm.. Juh. Iq. t9ZI; P'ani:l,e )eco[pt on days followh,K t:; for t< state expei i;nelital n:ide i b- the i]t leg':- the exlra ess]ot] ill (fl)- and by the 42nd leg-isla- the ret;'uh:r sessim early At the ater sessi m the mill a part of tie state depart- Funds available used in the CtiltS{FUC- Partition a('ro>:5: the huildinR" the grain cleaning and illJn departments. The include thc late.<t wheat and seourin ran- space is provided for ent of about three carola(ts our milling (leparLment will ed the necessary machinery of wheat flour by reduction roller process, of break rolls, and nine or reducing rolls will Wheat. Six purifiers will and aspirate the middlings, bolteds fill be pro- the various streams. be as well equip- 1,000 to 2,000 bar- its actual output will 159 barrels in 24 hours. and testing laboratory provided for testing the its products. This will make to determine the quality of the flour produced *sample of wheat that is a(tequate bui!(liuff in Mhme-: 'life production of infc:tiie elg's hy .iul,/ Fourth h<4hhty rc, sidl(d h ::l:: the installation (if a eom-: colllilling' nr kiilin;): ohl roosters an(ll 4mti:l :alns in cattle prices. With of "wheat cleaninse anti flour :'ni>:]!int' the yotli1E7 ones. i(('eilitS : _fahl lirJt oh ot)(nin'.t da.,s 'rle huihlin is (if '; By prn"idinS4 <>lie, nest for ev,C. :):is \\;reck and a,>l iapro\\;ej b(,,'!i7 ll':tl!, brick construction, %2 feet .,hll' hen an(l ffathcrinR" oF, Ks at I and Ht ]atgo eastern cmsuminff ee::tc:s if> feet long,, and four stories ..t .3 p. F,I. ever)(lay. {:tth, I:lailgC . '.oIIti!ttled tO Kie  aoo,l has provided that feeds produced in this turned over to the state for use in state insti- state will thus obtain at the cost of manu- at the same time will ac- information concerning of different lots of wheat. Plant is provided and de- for the purpose of of different types and lllay later be available for in milling, m,illing engi- milling chemistry. tperiment mill is finish- of 1921 it will be the plant of its world. Minnesota will a position to test her wheat of flour, determine cleaning and milling, and of scientific millers. (OOD HELP IN LAND CLEARING at the Northeast Sta- have shown," says )son, "that sheep ,'rder cer- ons for the "brushing" of [IV conlililU all hroodv hem; tlm 51st7 night found. " i f [iy R'l';.ltlilt' qTES when athered, l keeping" the small ci echoed or (lirtv I ,,*i:es for home USo lind putting the[ s,.s,s to be marketed in a ease which ix always kept in a cooll, dry place. By marketing egs at least three! times a ,,'eel:; pl:otecting the case] h'om the sun and heat on the way to{ market.- __  GIANI)EliS BEING OUSTED FROM MINNESOTA Tireless work and vigilance by the State Livestock Board, staff men of the division of veterinary medicine at University Farm, and the veterinar- ians out over the state have done won- ders among Minnesota horses. Dr. M. H. Reynolds, of UniversiW Farm, who is in charge of the section of sanata- tion for the state board, says that 2,245 horses were tested for glanders the last quarter and that only three diseased animals were found. He re- gards this as a truly remarkable showing. "We have probably reached the irreducible minimum so far as glanders is concerned," he says, "the only a few years have elapsed since our work with glanders ranked in ex- pense and magnitude with our tuber- culosi control work." Increased Number of Native White Farmers. The number of native white far- mers in the United States on January 1 was 4,917,305, compared with 4,- 771,063 in 1910, representing an in- crease of 146,242, or 3.1 per cent. These figures were recently announced hy the Bureau of the Census. The four states showing the largest number of Indian farmers in 1920 were Oklahoma, with 5,301; New Mex- ico, with 1,833; North Carolina, with 1.440: and South Dakota, with 1,275. These figures ere.,o announced by the Bureau of the Census. :'.,'cure of" iL-:c!f, with prices still on ti:e mhiie. cil)iill('s of f,",i c':tli" ae very scar:e, a few te.a,is of this clas> reac'hinff :KI)0 to $8.25 on open- ;tU' days, sevel'al load,: averaging from 10?0 lo 1450 lhs. ffo:ng" to packers today at $.%25. Bulk of the common and med- ium Kra.. steers which are shoin;" hnprove(I kil!in qualiti< are qellinsm from ,,5.00 to $.00. Butcher cows aml heifer. oiY grass sell mostly from (<L00 Lo $6.l)0; with a few ,eed offer- ins as high as $7.00 or slightly bet- ter. Canners an eutteim sell larf{ely from $1.50 to $2.75, with only a few old shells as low as $1.00. goh.,gna hulls go from $3.25 to $4.25, with a few medium to good beef bulls up to $5.00 or slightly better. Veal calves are $2.00 higher than the recent low spot, $,8.50 now taking best lights to packers, seconds largely 85.51). A few good to choice heavy feeders ,:ell up to $6.00 or a little above, with the bulk of the common and medium grades selling from $3.00 to $5.50, and "dogs" down around $2.00. Heavy weight hogs dropped back to 10c to 25c today, while lights hehl about steady. Range $8.00 to $9.50, bulk $8.40 to $8.85, best pigs $9.60. Lambs strong, packer top on natives of the feeding ground is the best results. "Our Mr. Thompson, "were one tract during June. a second one during during August. The they will be shifted i . 1 and then to tract No. 2. i rill not have gone stale, second growth provides i wlfieh they relish and] Hampshire lambs weighed about 90i in late November, 1920, I I have outlined. The i in this manner in 1920: start of grass, and the! will take the remain- COnditions ideal for cat- / Water and limited range I :n the successful "brush-] by sheep. Care should to force them too hard. may fail to gain and the "brushing" will be ,! s More Real SatidaOion" w . says the Good Judge In i little of the Reed To . I bacco Chew, than you ever " got out of the ordinary kind. The good rich taste lasts so long you don't need a fresh chew nearly as often--that'a why it costs you less to chew this class of tobacco. -- Any man who uses the Real , i;" Tobacco Chew will tell you ... tit. M (2UT ia a long line-cut toba RIGHT CUT is a short-cut t-obacc $9.00, sheep steady, good light ewes $3.50. :% There were 6,448,366 farmers in the United States on January 1, according to figures announced by the Bureau o the Census. In 1910 the census show- ed 6,361,502 farmers, the increase for the past 10 year, tbrefore, being 86,864, or 1.4 per cent. _ PAGE 7 ........ L . ' 31ARSHALI COUNTY ] --"Try a Want Ad" is the connna i---: ......................................... i IMPIIOVING CORN that the experience(t friend gives yo:: !i Professional and I \\;hen "t vatued ar+;cm  lo,,t i " " I tl. R. Houser, Marshall county ' ........... { Business Drectorv  I, ............................... * agent, reports to his chief at Univer- ....... 1 " . .......... :Jty Farm that eleven farmers of he C. I " Warren, RadJuln and Arlzyie (/htriet We will pay the following { E. S GLOH t are ffrowinff seed plots as a part of the :novement for the (levelopnent nf an -ar]y maturintr corn which will he adapted to the Rcd River \\;;alley. The C(i-Opel't/{oI'S \\;VCI'e suIDlie(I with eed of Northwestern I)ent, Whiie Cap !;ont. and Minnesota No. 13. "Fh prices for junk: Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton Copper and heavy Brass,4c to 8c per pound. Old Rags, / cent per pmmd. Old Rubbers and ']'i:c,,,  cent to 1 cenf per p,qun.,l. [or [art ELECT1HC i } " , I,,R, IC, L WIRING : REPAIIHNG i i : Phone 2SI-L [ i Ortonville, Minn. i l>ipe Fittings, B:,s Ga(,?_s, JOE BAYER & SON ; BelHng and Hose .arr;ed ir Of the ().,toni!e Tailoring Co. stml(. Acelytenc V: ".01:-g ..... All kinds of r:',,,:<i:: and pressing l nc:ll {:, d>nO. The " " ""-omonville K,m.drv  s,,i: Made t,, Order. ...... " B Want Ad puhtfeiy ;s v: :i, ,i , p!i, V. F..%IT:LLICA. Prop. Phone 2:; Ortonville. Miml. licity--an(1 costs hut a D,il,< . { i@ @ .... i JOHN" r t.N lfla"n?'""" ] ............................................................................................................. %1 i Ortmtvi]]e, Mini:. Northv, est School ,f AK:'iculturc ac ('rookston, a bl'all(h Of !}1,? :[:l[e c,:- :-(':'<it.)-, hi:; m'_l(ic disth,ct [ro!;'7" :::: h: pIIttin the falllolls vaile) on an a!i :Irourid fa!TainI_," \\;>:-.,.is. Hail Insurance Written by us Protects you against com- plete loss. Your crop is worth protection. Have you Tornado Insurance? We write old line policies ..... best protection you can get. First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA i i iiii ......... " .... fYl[ 7P X , 1 ..' t -/-' - " '4it&, "] ?  ..... !] 'f  "5+ "- :] --It J . ,+ + iiil{!!, ': ' v ;'};'q 7;;], 4' / .7 , 'it, The best proof that you should wn H P o a art- arr tractor We have never heard of a Hart-Parr tractor owner who would part with his tractor if he could not get another. Any man who uses a Hart-Parr tractor a year would not think of farming with- out one. Ask your.neighbor who owns one. The proof that they like Hart-Parrs is the fact that they come back for more. There are hundreds of farmers all over the coun- try who have purchased a Hart-Parr and have come back for more. H. J. Grtter, Grand\\;n, N. D., has 3 A. J. Truckenbrod, Grand Forks, N. D., has 7 Rudolph County, Ashboro, N. C., has 4 Peter and John Askegaard, Co.stock, Minn., have 4 Graham & Sons, Foxwarren, Man., Canada, have 5 Joseph Wencl, Caldwell, Kans., has 3 W. P. Fowler, Woodruff, S. C., has 3, Wm. Ottle, Yuma, Colo., has 3 Sorenson & Berklahd, Ft. Benton, Mont., have 4 C. B. Folz, Pine Bluffs, Pine Bluffs, Wyo., has 3 There are scores of others and there are many farmers who are using Hart-Parr tractors ten years old and more and many of them have purchased new Hart-Parrs--you see them working side by side on the same farm. A Hart-Parr customer is a satisfied customer. He has a tractor tractor with abundant, power and one that he can keep in "ship-shape" without calling in an expert. There is no other tractor on the market as simple and accessible as the u. .t t..ll . irrl litllt pll thl Hart-Parr. ,a  ,l t, IMtll  lUU I Let us tell you about the Hart-Parr 30 or the new Hart-Parr 20. " ',. " ,-' Come in and see us or write for catalog. ",.. ,.",.m."'',.,,. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS We also handle a complete line of Power Farming equilmlmt including Grain Threshers, Shreddeli, Silo Fillers, Trsetor Feed Mills, Tractor Disc Hirrows, IAght Hauling (ff all Kinds Express an,:i Ba?4ffae "/elephone 287 PAUl. DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. , I PETERSON & SON bray Line Big Slone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. I ARTAH PUDER All Kinds of Plastering and Stuoco Work. Big Stone City, S. Dak. Kodak o00w, o,,00o PRINTIN ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. i DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN , )ne block uphill from. Gunderson s Drug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc,) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonville, Minneeoti FOR TRUCK SERVICE[ and any kind of light and heavy ! draying | Hausauer Bros. [ PHONE 268 | All Orders Given Prompt Attention | A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray SpinographicM Laborator# 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. J Col. Wm. Wellendorf 1 AUCTIONEER ] 30 years' experience. No pratie-I ing on your property. Call orrl write me early and get in on an early date. Ortonvill, Mlmltsotl J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Residence - 194 Furniture Store - 85 All Work Guaranteed Ortonville, Minnesota. WILL FINCH Experienced Painter Phone  235-L All Work Guaranteed JOHN MALMQUIST Interinr Dttoratlng and Artistie Sign Paintin| Phone -L Ortonville, M'mmesot ELMER sAtsmmi -ra  muir Fifta Yesr Ortonville, Minn. IL F. D. | i i I i i f i IIIII ill - _  -- I I I II II II III I IIIIII You Need .P00..ting 00nting I F* ORTONVILLE INDIPFNDINT PAGE 7 I%RSH 4LL t OI'NT --"Tr. a Want Ad,. i hc .omman * . @ Limited Supplies ,,,,,,,. c .... h .............. ........... Jend  ....... ] Professional and ] The Farmers Corner Help Cattle Deal . ',-,,,,n,,,,.,,, ........ ,,,.na, ............ o,c, Bio,s O,'to', ' aent, epnlr te Ill. dlief a| Un,al" '  v - _ ......... 'TI, ................................... '1. t ................. ti:[]l::;::l:l:v:n;ar'l:t:lt']h.':} ;--'-  "" 'V .............. " C, E,  1 {' L[-' Il,l,--"--l:L].A, I] I AND FARMER'S CLUBS. Qnaluy i ................................................................... ("a'e'" [ripen,u, e e  o e.[pltt t Is a a Imlt, lille prs for uuk ,]11 ] C [:l.& 'E  cEIC { , ...... , ........... IUI [.[iPI/... ....... , , laatul[n o,n width i]l bc Copper and heavy Brass|etoSe ]  1.]. A NG lav . te,[ t,, tr r Ihvm \\;,,11. Th, per pound ' I'hne %I-L kL>H I;U(, in o: t[ 2XI,LLD L] L{Eq .... O.[,q.xczeelpltcd,iiheed Old a I/'s eenl per pound. , Orlny e, | -- ,,f Ncn*b,ee.trn Der,t. W l0e c.v Old Rubl,er and TI ,.. ent ' ' .... Minn. ..... L ........ 'eu'n gf e ,]2n i . No, tb','e-t Se:,,I " l "',mlu : ............ , JOEB*'YER&SON [ Pipe ]-'itling, Ilrl, Gee,!. t ook.ton :1 [nt11]1  ill. (u, -, , t- ilelting ad Elope c,lrr;ed in Of thl" Otlonl]:e ralor]. Co. t.tle qh el. .,dr l, ma,u nq[it-1 pit . i -u , outtin tee fdl/lON val:c o,i m t I1 loeI Aeehh,ne ". 0, Xll khnl, el ' :, i and p'sing "-. "" '-. '"" " . '- 1" e Or onville F,m, ' "5 i s,,. Made [o Order, . . W.F. MI-LI,IC,t. prtu I Fhnne2] i )rlonvil]c, Min. er'" l_ V, an(/ puhHm, 5 ; .... d p, ,1 u cf, A tl H 1" ......... Ily am eo.rs otlt a :1. _ I # v,d]['. ,,,.,',]'2'" ,,,, ; ................ - -, ,:,,' ,i ,.,, l: - JOHN- SPANYERS | ,m.  ,corot tr I: Lighl HltItnz nf U Kinds / ,k- m l, IItU/ b Exprbs  an l t]aao m ,..- oo..,- , ........ ................. ..... ::- ............. Hail Insurance + g2 feet . al .nlm, n. ,m-- .t .' ,,.. i ,.n mmn ..,,, ,e .......... ,,e PAUI, DIRNBAUER m., ,ne m,nm Iv con, w, ,,no., so. t,. .................... " " ....... ' ............. Written hv " ..................... altnlents The l,y  .... . nen zatm c:n'e t ",,v h.al el /I  ns Stone Ma.l and All Kin of ,t scourm ma ,e for h. me - puttmff it) ..... ic, a  )tl to .2) yl], p Cemenl Work. ............. .......... ...... r,,, rr tectbr"(----'- yOU a-a-'ns'gl t pace 1 pl,,, nl .... rstobenntkotcdlntea.eshnbl n,.,:m . zo tg,opatkerstoday corn- Drlonvil]o, Minn, R, F, D, L BY walker[n" eggs at least thlee mm la'" teels wMcb a'e Ql'Gn v-ete loss. Your crop ,s milling, depmtment will Umes a week, protneting the case iHl[l,,,.'d ki[]]rlz tluaUtir ,r, qe n,z : we rth prnfoof;n, PEWERSON & SON mh ne'y fl'Onl the sun and heat on the way t hem 5('0 to $-.oo ButCler et,x. =.-vZ 1. Dray Lie of wheat flour by malket.. ,ml heifezo off rla. sMI )nely fit m ]ler - ,,300 to $6[ ft; wtlh a few Big SIone Lake lee ............................... T ................ Camersto R2-75,an$''tt'r'th"lo",l''a"' : Have you Tornado ........... ,.... wheat. Six purifiers will .l,lrele  work antl vig31nnce by tile okl hells a lw as $I P !lolc,,nt , ARTA H PUDER ................ I .......... e., , ..... ........... Insurance? ey medlen at ZoI All Khs of Plastig d luip. UluversitY Farm, and the }509 or slight]y better. Veal Stuo Work. ale $200 higher than tile tiers among Minnsa horn" pot, ,50 now taking bast lights to Big Stone City, 8. D is .... in chary." ......... o, u ................ .=.o, ............... , ...... We write old line policies ................... ,tln i .......................... -- best protection you can Kodak ..... DEYELOP][lq"GII G the l bard, g od to choice hear 3 fdet ,oil up to PRINTIN the last quarter anti that only th of %he common and mdium ffratle a t deteine the quality[ displ animals werp found He - snllinf fm $3.00 o $5.50, d "dogs" get. Prompt, Oaltt Sel, MMort. ,h, flour plueed grd s this   tly markable dow round $2*. fi. of W]eat that is, showing. "We hav pbably hl Hvy weight hogs dropped ,lark to lal] REED TUIO the irtluciMe minlmm $0 far as 1Oc to 2e edy, while lights held ...... ed ........ d ............ "h ...... "t ................ $ ..... $ ..... First National o..,,,... i this only a few yars have elapsed sin bulk $840 to $8.85, best pigs $9.60. 4 lambs t.g, packer top on tives DR. R. D. RIFENRARK $9.00, heep tady, good light wes OSTEOPATHIC PIIYNICIAN ........... .o Bank at the Increas ed Number of Native White The  we 6,44g166 fars in the Duff Stor* Farmer y 1, according (oo r rheumaU , ncutl, if,) f d]ffent The number of native white far" ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA rs in the Uited h'ttes on January l w 4,91%, compared wit 4 In 771,063 in 1910* prendng ed 6,861,502 fers, the ina for F. L BROW ay later be available for ea se of 146,242, or $.1 per eenL the past 10 yea, therefor, being I m ins, ,ml ng eng - Tse figus we ntly nounced S6164, or 1.4 p a THE JEWELER I milling hltry. bY the Buan of the Consu& The fot states showing the [arget Dttml*lll Iiinotl lndi faers in 1920 with 5,301; New Mex- FR TRUCK SERVICE ieo, with 1,833; North Carolina, with aPosttlon to test her wheat 1,440: and Soth Dakota, with 1,275. d  Iad of light  hlm Thee 5gus were announced by the drdnI Hausauer Bros. PHONI 2 MICKIE YS All Orders Give Pmpt Atlol IN LAND CLEARING Nrtheast Sta- A, B. KAERCHER sho," ays]  %  AtIeY at Law Odd Fellows Building Orbnville, Mi nf the feding around it or the e.t ult. "Ou, DR. F. W. DI/NN. Mr" Thmpn' .*. k  z.'," Chiropractor trot OR'PONVILLE MINN. { The best proof that sou should .............. "-'-" ' 'o.d growth provide ][i] Col. Wm. Wellettdorf the, .,,.h own a Hart-Parr tractor00,00 80 yem' qrlm Mo weighed about 9( lug on y !t. " C, all er 92o We have never heard of a Hart-Parr tractor owner who would rit =t r l z*t I=  early date. I ha outlined T'nt part with his tractor if he could not get another. Any man who this manner in 192( uses a Hart-Parr tractor a year wouldnot think of farming with- o,,li, m of grass, and thl out one. Ask you.neighbor who owns one. J.A. JOHNSON ennditlnns idnal for The proof that they like HartParrs is the fact that they come PLNO tJNa ANn 4 back for more. There ave hundreds of farmers all over the noun- IUPAIRINO Water and limited nge PONE--RI. Dt4t n the *,. ",h- try who have purchased a Hart-Parr and have come back for rmlt sty. - # by sheep. Ca should more. All Werk ttarlt to fore them too hard. H. J, Critter, Grandin, N, D., has 3 Oonvill Mhm may fMI to gi d  A, J. Teknbrod, Grd Forks, N. D., h 7 "bsldng" will be  RudIph County, Ashbol, N* C., has 4  P ee and John Askaard, Corn*took, Minn,, have 4 WIL L FICH Ghl & Sons, Foxwan, 1K., Canada, have 5 Jose h Wend. Caldwell, Ks., h 3 Eltllet4red paat More Real Satisfaction" w ........ o. o ...... Wm. OiL/e, Yuma, Coin* h  Phome' t*L Sncn & Berklad, i. Bton, Mnn, have 4  .yihodJ t ' C.B.F .............. P ........ Wyo., h   AB Wk 6iranod There are scores of others and there are many farmers who are In- i little o| the  To- n.ing Hext-Parr aeto ten yea nld and ..... d ,. o tha hae pa n JOHN MALMQUIST Hart-parrs--you s them working side by ide on the e f. I Doom't#l baeo Chew. thsm you eve ]' A Hart-Parr customer is a satisfied customer. He has a tractor .a ot out O th ol'dary kifldo tractor with abdat per and one that he n keep in "shlp-hal" wltht lllng Alt4k ll lhdlt| in  expert. There is ne other tractor on the market a slmp[e and ible as the   t  . long you dont need a h'eh Come in and see us or write for catalog. chew nearly Im often--tbat' ELgR 8AIIIIJ[ whyiteoetyou]etochew ALVAH I. MATTHEWS this ct'.-s of tobacco. We abe trundle ee line of Powat Fl el OIntln OrUmdl MhtL It. .l ; i;" Tobao Oaew will tell you Pr., --  .2 , ,. . You Ne Prinfinl RIGHT CUT it a hort-eut tobav ]lI IIII JULY 14, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT .............................. L ..... The Farmers Corner EDEsP o, ]DEVoT E AIA,Y TO TIlE ACTIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. i iEY, tt I.:G(iY; 'I'(} lie lt2Nil,iA iAixl< tREAq [* seihlant" OUt a wafnH1" 1L} 0f' ilt'(,(iucci'? that this is the zime d,f the .r \\;\ i]c;7 ]'L ;:[[ (t[l] c ]}]L1FL i)C ,'('i - , , v,'({ 1;t iil'ii!t lil the ;uphy ([' :ilaTq:e{ : ;<>, N. f;. (hapnua], {<;u!t' C, >p,_- ;:J[DL i" ,i! ' p'ii("dCdU exten>:(< : 7','[s{(:n .l: [ nN+:l:.<> };'aiiI]. :a\\;s ;]l'i[ ! iFCsh (?r{J','S PAll=:{ Ill! bandh'(t c::)e-' . !1117, ;is >:v, c(i o!ilk ())" crE,l,-;q, tic ;?.kes fi\\;c (>( sith,.is f'( .,' the pr(Muc- , t i,,n of top-iI.nteh inal'ket ()fig.-'. They aie: Wiil Have Flour Mill ;Limited Supplies Help Cattle Deal Fed Bcc('s Sei Up to ;8.00 and 88.25. Qua!i.y, M' Gra.<.crs hnl)r(tvieg. i tie, (iA., ,- , illi. (;.tc:e t,t00. ),lark.nt <.,hih" had t ( i>(,,.:\\; e:: .<;q25. (i\\;e: 2,2:]% "t<,stly ZTJe h<Ai', i;;:k:'}' ,),,,O(7, i. <;.:. > ) .(. . . , :(, 2,w i.we:', l,:n,ao ktli [(j :<{l.,-;(i. }ltll-r ::c In {o :.:<.v.,% <.:...! p%::: :;<,l:,]. ;-h"ep lli{ m, sale. M;li']<(t ,,:11o::' oil ]:tl]:[)>', l:,c!,:or top :<9.00. Sheep :;tea(ly. N(;ulh i. lklui. Mhm.. Juh. Iq. t9ZI; P'ani:l,e )eco[pt on days followh,K t:; for t< state expei i;nelital n:ide i b- the i]t leg':- the exlra ess]ot] ill (fl)- and by the 42nd leg-isla- the ret;'uh:r sessim early At the ater sessi m the mill a part of tie state depart- Funds available used in the CtiltS{FUC- Partition a('ro>:5: the huildinR" the grain cleaning and illJn departments. The include thc late.<t wheat and seourin ran- space is provided for ent of about three carola(ts our milling (leparLment will ed the necessary machinery of wheat flour by reduction roller process, of break rolls, and nine or reducing rolls will Wheat. Six purifiers will and aspirate the middlings, bolteds fill be pro- the various streams. be as well equip- 1,000 to 2,000 bar- its actual output will 159 barrels in 24 hours. and testing laboratory provided for testing the its products. This will make to determine the quality of the flour produced *sample of wheat that is a(tequate bui!(liuff in Mhme-: 'life production of infc:tiie elg's hy .iul,/ Fourth h<4hhty rc, sidl(d h ::l:: the installation (if aeom-: colllilling' nr kiilin;): ohl roosters an(ll 4mti:l :alns in cattle prices. With of "wheat cleaninse anti flour :'ni>:]!int' the yotli1E7 ones. i(('eilitS : _fahl lirJt oh ot)(nin'.t da.,s 'rle huihlin is (if '; By prn"idinS4 <>lie, nest for ev,C. :):is \\;reck and a,>l iapro\\;ej b(,,'!i7 ll':tl!, brick construction, %2 feet .,hll' hen an(l ffathcrinR" oF, Ks at I and Ht ]atgo eastern cmsuminff ee::tc:s if> feet long,, and four stories ..t .3 p. F,I. ever)(lay. {:tth, I:lailgC . '.oIIti!ttled tO Kie  aoo,l has provided that feeds produced in this turned over to the state for use in state insti- state will thus obtain at the cost of manu- at the same time will ac- information concerning of different lots of wheat. Plant is provided and de- for the purpose of of different types and lllay later be available for in milling, m,illing engi- milling chemistry. tperiment mill is finish- of 1921 it will be the plant of its world. Minnesota will a position to test her wheat of flour, determine cleaning and milling, and of scientific millers. (OOD HELP IN LAND CLEARING at the Northeast Sta- have shown," says )son, "that sheep ,'rder cer- ons for the "brushing" of [IV conlililU all hroodv hem; tlm 51st7 night found. " i f [iy R'l';.ltlilt' qTES when athered, l keeping" the small ci echoed or (lirtv I ,,*i:es for home USo lind putting the[ s,.s,s to be marketed in a ease which ix always kept in a cooll, dry place. By marketing egs at least three! times a ,,'eel:; pl:otecting the case] h'om the sun and heat on the way to{ market.- __  GIANI)EliS BEING OUSTED FROM MINNESOTA Tireless work and vigilance by the State Livestock Board, staff men of the division of veterinary medicine at University Farm, and the veterinar- ians out over the state have done won- ders among Minnesota horses. Dr. M. H. Reynolds, of UniversiW Farm, who is in charge of the section of sanata- tion for the state board, says that 2,245 horses were tested for glanders the last quarter and that only three diseased animals were found. He re- gards this as a truly remarkable showing. "We have probably reached the irreducible minimum so far as glanders is concerned," he says, "the only a few years have elapsed since our work with glanders ranked in ex- pense and magnitude with our tuber- culosi control work." Increased Number of Native White Farmers. The number of native white far- mers in the United States on January 1 was 4,917,305, compared with 4,- 771,063 in 1910, representing an in- crease of 146,242, or 3.1 per cent. These figures were recently announced hy the Bureau of the Census. The four states showing the largest number of Indian farmers in 1920 were Oklahoma, with 5,301; New Mex- ico, with 1,833; North Carolina, with 1.440: and South Dakota, with 1,275. These figures ere.,o announced by the Bureau of the Census. :'.,'cure of" iL-:c!f, with prices still on ti:e mhiie. cil)iill('s of f,",i c':tli" ae very scar:e, a few te.a,is of this clas> reac'hinff :KI)0 to $8.25 on open- ;tU' days, sevel'al load,: averaging from 10?0 lo 1450 lhs. ffo:ng" to packers today at $.%25. Bulk of the common and med- ium Kra.. steers which are shoin;" hnprove(I kil!in qualiti< are qellinsm from ,,5.00 to $.00. Butcher cows aml heifer. oiY grass sell mostly from (<L00 Lo $6.l)0; with a few ,eed offer- ins as high as $7.00 or slightly bet- ter. Canners an eutteim sell larf{ely from $1.50 to $2.75, with only a few old shells as low as $1.00. goh.,gna hulls go from $3.25 to $4.25, with a few medium to good beef bulls up to $5.00 or slightly better. Veal calves are $2.00 higher than the recent low spot, $,8.50 now taking best lights to packers, seconds largely 85.51). A few good to choice heavy feeders ,:ell up to $6.00 or a little above, with the bulk of the common and medium grades selling from $3.00 to $5.50, and "dogs" down around $2.00. Heavy weight hogs dropped back to 10c to 25c today, while lights hehl about steady. Range $8.00 to $9.50, bulk $8.40 to $8.85, best pigs $9.60. Lambs strong, packer top on natives of the feeding ground is the best results. "Our Mr. Thompson, "were one tract during June. a second one during during August. The they will be shifted i . 1 and then to tract No. 2. i rill not have gone stale, second growth provides i wlfieh they relish and] Hampshire lambs weighed about 90i in late November, 1920, I I have outlined. The i in this manner in 1920: start of grass, and the! will take the remain- COnditions ideal for cat- / Water and limited range I :n the successful "brush-] by sheep. Care should to force them too hard. may fail to gain and the "brushing" will be ,! s More Real SatidaOion" w . says the Good Judge In i little of the Reed To . I bacco Chew, than you ever " got out of the ordinary kind. The good rich taste lasts so long you don't need a fresh chew nearly as often--that'a why it costs you less to chew this class of tobacco. -- Any man who uses the Real , i;" Tobacco Chew will tell you ... tit. M (2UT ia a long line-cut toba RIGHT CUT is a short-cut t-obacc $9.00, sheep steady, good light ewes $3.50. :% There were 6,448,366 farmers in the United States on January 1, according to figures announced by the Bureau o the Census. In 1910 the census show- ed 6,361,502 farmers, the increase for the past 10 year, tbrefore, being 86,864, or 1.4 per cent. _ PAGE 7 ........ L . ' 31ARSHALI COUNTY ] --"Try a Want Ad" is the connna i---: ......................................... i IMPIIOVING CORN that the experience(t friend gives yo:: !i Professional and I \\;hen "t vatued ar+;cm  lo,,t i " " I tl. R. Houser, Marshall county ' ........... { Business Drectorv  I, ............................... * agent, reports to his chief at Univer- ....... 1 " . .......... :Jty Farm that eleven farmers of he C. I " Warren, RadJuln and Arlzyie (/htriet We will pay the following { E. S GLOH t are ffrowinff seed plots as a part of the :novement for the (levelopnent nf an -ar]y maturintr corn which will he adapted to the Rcd River \\;;alley. The C(i-Opel't/{oI'S \\;VCI'e suIDlie(I with eed of Northwestern I)ent, Whiie Cap !;ont. and Minnesota No. 13. "Fh prices for junk: Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton Copper and heavy Brass,4c to 8c per pound. Old Rags, / cent per pmmd. Old Rubbers and ']'i:c,,,  cent to 1 cenf per p,qun.,l. [or [art ELECT1HC i } " , I,,R, IC, L WIRING : REPAIIHNG i i : Phone 2SI-L [ i Ortonville, Minn. i l>ipe Fittings, B:,s Ga(,?_s, JOE BAYER & SON ; BelHng and Hose .arr;ed ir Of the ().,toni!e Tailoring Co. stml(. Acelytenc V: ".01:-g ..... All kinds of r:',,,:<i:: and pressing l nc:ll {:, d>nO. The " " ""-omonville K,m.drv  s,,i: Made t,, Order. ...... " B Want Ad puhtfeiy ;s v: :i, ,i , p!i, V. F..%IT:LLICA. Prop. Phone 2:; Ortonville. Miml. licity--an(1 costs hut a D,il,< . { i@ @ .... i JOHN" r t.N lfla"n?'""" ] ............................................................................................................. %1 i Ortmtvi]]e, Mini:. Northv, est School ,f AK:'iculturc ac ('rookston, a bl'all(h Of !}1,? :[:l[e c,:- :-(':'<it.)-, hi:; m'_l(ic disth,ct [ro!;'7" :::: h: pIIttin the falllolls vaile) on an a!i :Irourid fa!TainI_," \\;>:-.,.is. Hail Insurance Written by us Protects you against com- plete loss. Your crop is worth protection. Have you Tornado Insurance? We write old line policies ..... best protection you can get. First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA i i iiii ......... " .... fYl[ 7P X , 1 ..' t -/-' - " '4it&, "] ?  ..... !] 'f  "5+ "- :] --It J . ,+ + iiil{!!, ': ' v ;'};'q 7;;], 4' / .7 , 'it, The best proof that you should wn H P o a art- arr tractor We have never heard of a Hart-Parr tractor owner who would part with his tractor if he could not get another. Any man who uses a Hart-Parr tractor a year would not think of farming with- out one. Ask your.neighbor who owns one. The proof that they like Hart-Parrs is the fact that they come back for more. There are hundreds of farmers all over the coun- try who have purchased a Hart-Parr and have come back for more. H. J. Grtter, Grand\\;n, N. D., has 3 A. J. Truckenbrod, Grand Forks, N. D., has 7 Rudolph County, Ashboro, N. C., has 4 Peter and John Askegaard, Co.stock, Minn., have 4 Graham & Sons, Foxwarren, Man., Canada, have 5 Joseph Wencl, Caldwell, Kans., has 3 W. P. Fowler, Woodruff, S. C., has 3, Wm. Ottle, Yuma, Colo., has 3 Sorenson & Berklahd, Ft. Benton, Mont., have 4 C. B. Folz, Pine Bluffs, Pine Bluffs, Wyo., has 3 There are scores of others and there are many farmers who are using Hart-Parr tractors ten years old and more and many of them have purchased new Hart-Parrs--you see them working side by side on the same farm. A Hart-Parr customer is a satisfied customer. He has a tractor tractor with abundant, power and one that he can keep in "ship-shape" without calling in an expert. There is no other tractor on the market as simple and accessible as the u. .t t..ll . irrl litllt pll thl Hart-Parr. ,a  ,l t, IMtll  lUU I Let us tell you about the Hart-Parr 30 or the new Hart-Parr 20. " ',. " ,-' Come in and see us or write for catalog. ",.. ,.",.m."'',.,,. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS We also handle a complete line of Power Farming equilmlmt including Grain Threshers, Shreddeli, Silo Fillers, Trsetor Feed Mills, Tractor Disc Hirrows, IAght Hauling (ff all Kinds Express an,:i Ba?4ffae "/elephone 287 PAUl. DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. , I PETERSON & SON bray Line Big Slone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. I ARTAH PUDER All Kinds of Plastering and Stuoco Work. Big Stone City, S. Dak. Kodak o00w, o,,00o PRINTIN ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. i DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN , )ne block uphill from. Gunderson s Drug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc,) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonville, Minneeoti FOR TRUCK SERVICE[ and any kind of light and heavy ! draying | Hausauer Bros. [ PHONE 268 | All Orders Given Prompt Attention | A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray SpinographicM Laborator# 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. J Col. Wm. Wellendorf 1 AUCTIONEER ] 30 years' experience. No pratie-I ing on your property. Call orrl write me early and get in on an early date. Ortonvill, Mlmltsotl J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Residence - 194 Furniture Store - 85 All Work Guaranteed Ortonville, Minnesota. WILL FINCH Experienced Painter Phone  235-L All Work Guaranteed JOHN MALMQUIST Interinr Dttoratlng and Artistie Sign Paintin| Phone -L Ortonville, M'mmesot ELMER sAtsmmi -ra  muir Fifta Yesr Ortonville, Minn. IL F. D. | i i I i i f i IIIII ill - _  -- I I I II II II III I IIIIII You Need .P00..ting 00nting I