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rAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, t • t WANT ADS I DOST--SOmewhere between Hartford Beach and Ortonville last Saturday eight, a blue serge suit coat con- taining valued and much needed pa- Fers. Identification mark in coat. Finder please return to this office. A. F. Sheneman, Ortonville. 10-1-p FOUND--A pair of tire chains. Own- er can get same by calling at this office and paying for notice. 10-1-c WkNTED--A Copy of The Indepen- dent for June 16. Will pay 25 cents Ior it, Leave at Independent office. ]FOI¢ RENT--160 Acres of Hay Land, two miles east of Ortonville, L. P. Hess, Ortonville. 10-1-e FOR SALE OR RENT--Five room house on Third street. Frank Har- ris, Ortonville. Plone 251-J. 10-1-c FOR RENT--Five-room house in fine residence section. Phone 250-L i0-1p "/-HEM STITCHING--Have installed Hem Stitching Machine at the home ef Mrs. Cochran, formerly the Bentley house, on Second street. Price 10 and 15 cents per yard. Al- so ready to do repair work on all makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines. For hem stitcling and repair work call 329. A L. Waddans. 5-tf-c. :]BARGAIN SHOE SALE---All Wear- U-Well $7.98 shoes reduced to $5.93. Other lines reduced special for this saIe. A.C. Saeger. OR SALE--A nearly new piano at a bargain. Terms if necessary. Mar- tin Schoen, Ortonville. 8-4-c ,]FOR SALE--Eight-foot McCormick. binder. Geo. Gardner, Route 3, Or- tonville, Minn. Phone 6-F-20. 9-3-p ]FOR TRADE--I have an unencum- bered farm I would like to trade £o a GOOD ivaproved farm and pay the difference in cash. Martin choen, Ortonville. 8-4-e. --Headaches are usually caused by Eye-strain and properly fitted glasses their only relief. Dr. Simpson makes a pecialty of these cases and guaran- tees results. See him at Palms Jew- e|ry Store July 18. / ' PERSONAL, sOCIAU AND NEWS ITEMS The Ladies' Aid of the Congrega- nal church will have a food sale turday, July 16, at Palm's Jewelry Stone. Mrs. R. D. Martinson and son Ray- .mond of Clinton were here Monday, Raymond being one of the graduates i he class from the county rural ehools. Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthu Matthews, ]Mrs. Kee Welch ad Miss Joyce Welch left Monday by auto for Be- vaidji and other northern Minnesota points for several weeks outing. The ]L G. Collins family who ,re camping south of Foster came down Wednesday to meet Mrs. Collins' mother from Iowa who will visit them during the balance of the season. The Misses Dorothy Gray, Isabelle ]nson and Doris Englund of Apple- ton and Miss Lee of Maynard were guests of Mrs. Effie Miller of the tele- phone office for a day this week. Mrs. Marlys Miley, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Geo. Miley of Gtence, is 'isiting at the Jake Sutton home and wth other friends in the wcinity of their old home north of Ortonville. Gordon Nelson, son of George Nel- son of Correll attended the eighth grade graduation exercises Tuesday, :being one of the graduates, and while here visited at the A. W. McLane borne. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Herzog and lit- tle son autoed to Tracy Saturday to visit Mr. fIerzog's parents. Mr. Her- zog returned home Monday while Mrs. Herzog and little son remained for a weeks visit. The attendance was large at the meeting of the Luther League held t the Alfred Johnson home north of the city on Tuesday evening. The umml splendid program was given and refreshments served. Arthur Woodman, Instructor at the Agricultural School at Morris, called ]here Saturday. He will be remem- /be.red by Ortonville folks as Secre- tary of the Corn Show held in this . vary a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Theisen and lit- tle daughter Helen of Minneapolis are visiting at the home of Mrs. Thie- son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Moulton. They expect to remain here for about three weeks. The S. H. Collins cottage now under construction on the north end of the Peninsula will be ready for occupancy in about two weeke. Mr. Collins was here from Aberdeen, S. D., to inspect it the first of the week. Byron Mountford of Great Falls, Mont., is visiting at the home of,his parents. He is in the eraploy of the Northern'Tacific Railroad company. le came here from Hot Springs, Ark., ° where he spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Danielson and • : chfldven of Goodrich are visiting rel- atives here, making the trip by auto. ]rs. Danielson was formerly Miss Nel- e Lundgren. Mr. Danielson has rel- atives in Artichoke township. Ir. and Mrs. RaIptt Briggs and lit- Ae daughter left for Houston, Minne- sota the first of the week. Mrs. Briggs  daughte may remain for a few eks with Mrs. Briggs' :nother who : b quite elderly and living alone. -lit. Brlgg expects to retm'n m a Abraham Steen and family were ifi Ortonville Monday to attend the graduation exercises of the county rural schools, Miss Esther Steen, their daughter, being one of the five grad- uates from District No. 21. Miss Mary Shumaker returned home from Everett, Wash., this week where she has been teaching music in the school at that place. She is highly pleased with her work and the city, and will return there this fall. An automobile tourist was badly bitten last Wednesday by a dog belong- ing to Mr. Gerber who lives half way between Odessa and Ortonville on the Yellowstone Trail. He came to Or- tonville for medical attendance. Mrs. Ella Jolley, sister of HemT Sarvis, of Portland, Ore., accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sarvis from High- more, S. D., Monday for a weeks visit. She brought the remains of her moth- er from Portland to Highmore for burial. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Ross left the first part of this week for a visit with relatives and friends at Litchfield, Heron Lake and Minneapolis, Mr. Ross taking his vacation now. They are making the trip by car, and are ac- companied by Miss Gladys Stutler. Charles Porter who clerked in the Stark Hardware store at Ortom'ille for a number of years, was married at Fargo a couple of weeks ago to I a young lady in that city. Since leav-[ ing Ortonville he has been travelling I representative for Farwell, Osman,] Kirk & Company. Dr. E. "N. Schoen of this place, ac- companied by Dr. Taffe of Graceville, left by car Thursday afternoon for Hutchinson where they will take in the annual meeting of the Minnesota State Veterinary Medical Association to be held there this week. They plan to return Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Matthews re- turned Sunday night from a two weeks trip by auto thru mrthern Minnesota. They visited Itasca Park, Bemidji, Roseau, and were within a few miles of Canada, coming home by way of Detroit, covering 1300 miles in all. They state that the crops are much better in this county than they are in the Red River Valley and other sections thru which they passed. i i m T Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cooch and Mr. ad Mrs. Kingsreiter of Appleton left Saturday by auto for a two weeks trip thru northern Minnesota, going from Bemidji thru the iron range country to Duluth. They took a camp- ing outfit with them and will no doubt have a most enjoyable outing. Another one of the picnics given by the Artichoke Lake band which have proved so successful will be given at the Emerson farm on the east Mde ef Artichoke Lake Sunday, July 17. In addition to an elaborate program of band music there will be a baseball game. bathing and boating. The mem- bers of the band extend a cordial invi- tation to all to come. Mrs. C. F. Boyd and children of Aberdeen, S. D., arrived a few days ago to spend the balance of the sea- son at the Peninsula. Mrs. Boyd was presented with a lot and the cottage by her parents, Mr .and Mrs. C. J. McLeod. The McLeods are building a modern bungalow at this time. Miss Bertha Will who has charge of the millinery department of Shirver & Johnson store, Sioux Falls, S. D., stopped off for ad ay's visit with Mrs. Thos. Kirk on her way to New York to buy stock. She also visited her par- ents near Odessa. Her first position as milliner and dressmaker was with Mrs. Kirk. The following young ladies of Or- tonville are in Camp at Chautauqua Park for a ten days outing, Vivian Martinson, Marjorie Cornelison, Mu- riel Schoen, Bessie Campbell, Winni- fred Eldred, Laura Michell, Ruth Gowan, Gladys Fifield and Reba Pot- ter. Miss Helen Michell chaperoned them the first of the week and Miss Vera Geier will remain with them dur- ing the balance of their stay. Mrs. Joseph Dimberg of Clinton, Mrs. J. M. Johnson, her sister from Swanville who has been here the past week visiting her, Miss Edith Ras- musson, Miss Marie, John, and Arthur Dimberg were here Monday, to at- tend the, graduation exercises of the Big Stone county rural schools. John" receiving a diploma. In the after- noon they went to Chautauqua Park where they took in the program while John attended the Farm Boys' and Girls' Club meetings. Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has u satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking, We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor DIMA-LITE i i Doubly Legal Headlight Dimmer Converts plain glass and doubtful special lens into legal head lights and will improve a large percentage of so called no glare lens now on the market. Guaranteed to comply with the requirements of stringent state and municipal regulations everywhere. Will not break like glass. Thousands in daily use. Recommended by Police and Legislative au- thorities. Price per pair, [I I I I All Sizes,. $1.25 FOR SALE BY White's Garage Special Agents Ortonville Minnesota° Mr. Harwood and sons Ray and Or- ville Harwood of Cha,fie!d motored o Ortonville Saturday. Mr. Harwood and Ray returned home Monday while Orville remained for the summer as he has a position with Beck and Grice at the Chautauqua Park restaurant. --The one dance that you have been waiting for will be given at Hartford Beach, S. D., Wednesday evening, July 20. Music will be furnished by Mid- dleton's Orchestra; known thruout the state for good music. Come and en- joy a cool evening at the lake. LOCAL MARKET. (Thursday, July 13, 1921) Springs, 1½ lbs. and up ............ 18c Hens .............................................. 15c Cox ............................ " ................... 7c Ducks ........................................... 14c Geese ............................................ 7c Eggs, per doz ............................. 21c Cream ............................................ 35c Sweet Cream (35c and up) ...... 35c Farmers Elevator mad Fuel Company Wheat, 55 lbs ........................... $1.30 Barley ......................................... 41 Oats ............................................ 27 Rye ............................................. 96 Flax .......................................... 1.63 New Zealand's Wheat Production Estimated. The total production of wheat for New Zealand should be approximately 5,975,000 bushels compared with an actual yield of 4,559,934 bushels for the season 1919-20, according to the New Zealand Department of Agricul- ture. The percentage of oats threshed in 1919-20 was 34.79 of the total area under that crop. Assuming that a similar proportion is threshed this year, the total production of grain should be approximately 5,520,000 bushels, compared with 6,967,862 bush- els for the previous season; but from the information so far available it would appear unlikely that the pro- portion of oats threshed this season will be as high as in the season 1919- 20. I I Don't Be Mistaken the Casing is not the Whole Tire. The Tube carries the air--the Casing is merely the Protector. You are sure to get that full measure of splendid mileage and all 'round service that distin- quishes Goodrich Tires if you ride on Good Tubes. "Best in the Lond Run." S(HU[TT & R[INI}[L Odest, Minn. _--Your order for engraved or print- NOTICE TO PROPERTY ed weddin announcements and invita- Property owners in the tions would be appreciated and you workmanship at reasonable price, tonville are hereby are assurred of strictly high grade i weeds on their property Latest styles and forms are now here. soon, othevise tiffs will the city and charged to Old household goods become gold if owner. By order to W. P. they are attractively advertised among the Want Ads in The Independent. :::::::::::4i::!i::: The best, surest test is i%;;i::::*::::::::::: your car is set-right for • g,:,:,4::. +:''" "BETTER THAN 3 CENTS BETTER" and you fill up with a cheaper near- you must open up the needle valve for a mixture. And--as the mixture grows you grow poorer. LINE UP WITH THE THRIFTY H.W. Near Depot Ortonville, Minnesota. Hardware Sal Second Week A Plain Statement of Facts WE NEED THE MONEY. The banks are unable to help us carry of our customers who are to clear up their accounts. The jobbers "their money and we have to find a way to pay them--hence this Sale. Rope-- Manilla Reg. 40c, Special ...... 24c Sisal. Reg. 35c, Special .......... 19c Pliers Pliers Pliers 33c 33c 6-inch Nickle Combination E T 6-inch Nickle Plated Combina- tion Pliers. i ! 14 Quart Dish Pans-- Extra Special .......................... 59c 10 Quart Granite Dish Pans-- Reg. 75c value. Special ........ 54c 17 Quart Granite Dish Pans-- Reg. $1.20 value. Special ...... 74c Heavy Galvanized Tubs-- No. 2, Reg. $3.00. Special $1.49 No. 3. Reg. $3.15. Special $1.59 i Water Pails-- White Enamel, Reg. $2.00_ Food Choppers-- No. 2 Universal. Reg. $3.00, Special .................................. Cold Pack Canning Racks-- Reg. 45c. Special .................... Monarch Malleable Range-- 4 Hole, 17 inch Oven. Regular $125.00. Special.. 6 Hole, 19 inch Oven. Regular $135.00. Special.. MURESCO-- MURE The Wonder Wall Finish-- Regular 70c Pkg. Special ...... Dry Cell Batteries-- Regular 50c. Special ............ Hay Forks-- Regular $1.15. Special ............ These are but a few of our many bargains--0ur Store is Jammed Them. If your wants are not listed here come in--we can save you Ortonville Hardware rAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, t • t WANT ADS I DOST--SOmewhere between Hartford Beach and Ortonville last Saturday eight, a blue serge suit coat con- taining valued and much needed pa- Fers. Identification mark in coat. Finder please return to this office. A. F. Sheneman, Ortonville. 10-1-p FOUND--A pair of tire chains. Own- er can get same by calling at this office and paying for notice. 10-1-c WkNTED--A Copy of The Indepen- dent for June 16. Will pay 25 cents Ior it, Leave at Independent office. ]FOI¢ RENT--160 Acres of Hay Land, two miles east of Ortonville, L. P. Hess, Ortonville. 10-1-e FOR SALE OR RENT--Five room house on Third street. Frank Har- ris, Ortonville. Plone 251-J. 10-1-c FOR RENT--Five-room house in fine residence section. Phone 250-L i0-1p "/-HEM STITCHING--Have installed Hem Stitching Machine at the home ef Mrs. Cochran, formerly the Bentley house, on Second street. Price 10 and 15 cents per yard. Al- so ready to do repair work on all makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines. For hem stitcling and repair work call 329. A L. Waddans. 5-tf-c. :]BARGAIN SHOE SALE---All Wear- U-Well $7.98 shoes reduced to $5.93. Other lines reduced special for this saIe. A.C. Saeger. OR SALE--A nearly new piano at a bargain. Terms if necessary. Mar- tin Schoen, Ortonville. 8-4-c ,]FOR SALE--Eight-foot McCormick. binder. Geo. Gardner, Route 3, Or- tonville, Minn. Phone 6-F-20. 9-3-p ]FOR TRADE--I have an unencum- bered farm I would like to trade £o a GOOD ivaproved farm and pay the difference in cash. Martin choen, Ortonville. 8-4-e. --Headaches are usually caused by Eye-strain and properly fitted glasses their only relief. Dr. Simpson makes a pecialty of these cases and guaran- tees results. See him at Palms Jew- e|ry Store July 18. / ' PERSONAL, sOCIAU AND NEWS ITEMS The Ladies' Aid of the Congrega- nal church will have a food sale turday, July 16, at Palm's Jewelry Stone. Mrs. R. D. Martinson and son Ray- .mond of Clinton were here Monday, Raymond being one of the graduates i he class from the county rural ehools. Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthu Matthews, ]Mrs. Kee Welch ad Miss Joyce Welch left Monday by auto for Be- vaidji and other northern Minnesota points for several weeks outing. The ]L G. Collins family who ,re camping south of Foster came down Wednesday to meet Mrs. Collins' mother from Iowa who will visit them during the balance of the season. The Misses Dorothy Gray, Isabelle ]nson and Doris Englund of Apple- ton and Miss Lee of Maynard were guests of Mrs. Effie Miller of the tele- phone office for a day this week. Mrs. Marlys Miley, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Geo. Miley of Gtence, is 'isiting at the Jake Sutton home and wth other friends in the wcinity of their old home north of Ortonville. Gordon Nelson, son of George Nel- son of Correll attended the eighth grade graduation exercises Tuesday, :being one of the graduates, and while here visited at the A. W. McLane borne. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Herzog and lit- tle son autoed to Tracy Saturday to visit Mr. fIerzog's parents. Mr. Her- zog returned home Monday while Mrs. Herzog and little son remained for a weeks visit. The attendance was large at the meeting of the Luther League held t the Alfred Johnson home north of the city on Tuesday evening. The umml splendid program was given and refreshments served. Arthur Woodman, Instructor at the Agricultural School at Morris, called ]here Saturday. He will be remem- /be.red by Ortonville folks as Secre- tary of the Corn Show held in this . vary a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Theisen and lit- tle daughter Helen of Minneapolis are visiting at the home of Mrs. Thie- son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Moulton. They expect to remain here for about three weeks. The S. H. Collins cottage now under construction on the north end of the Peninsula will be ready for occupancy in about two weeke. Mr. Collins was here from Aberdeen, S. D., to inspect it the first of the week. Byron Mountford of Great Falls, Mont., is visiting at the home of,his parents. He is in the eraploy of the Northern'Tacific Railroad company. le came here from Hot Springs, Ark., ° where he spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Danielson and • : chfldven of Goodrich are visiting rel- atives here, making the trip by auto. ]rs. Danielson was formerly Miss Nel- e Lundgren. Mr. Danielson has rel- atives in Artichoke township. Ir. and Mrs. RaIptt Briggs and lit- Ae daughter left for Houston, Minne- sota the first of the week. Mrs. Briggs  daughte may remain for a few eks with Mrs. Briggs' :nother who : b quite elderly and living alone. -lit. Brlgg expects to retm'n m a Abraham Steen and family were ifi Ortonville Monday to attend the graduation exercises of the county rural schools, Miss Esther Steen, their daughter, being one of the five grad- uates from District No. 21. Miss Mary Shumaker returned home from Everett, Wash., this week where she has been teaching music in the school at that place. She is highly pleased with her work and the city, and will return there this fall. An automobile tourist was badly bitten last Wednesday by a dog belong- ing to Mr. Gerber who lives half way between Odessa and Ortonville on the Yellowstone Trail. He came to Or- tonville for medical attendance. Mrs. Ella Jolley, sister of HemT Sarvis, of Portland, Ore., accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sarvis from High- more, S. D., Monday for a weeks visit. She brought the remains of her moth- er from Portland to Highmore for burial. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Ross left the first part of this week for a visit with relatives and friends at Litchfield, Heron Lake and Minneapolis, Mr. Ross taking his vacation now. They are making the trip by car, and are ac- companied by Miss Gladys Stutler. Charles Porter who clerked in the Stark Hardware store at Ortom'ille for a number of years, was married at Fargo a couple of weeks ago to I a young lady in that city. Since leav-[ ing Ortonville he has been travelling I representative for Farwell, Osman,] Kirk & Company. Dr. E. "N. Schoen of this place, ac- companied by Dr. Taffe of Graceville, left by car Thursday afternoon for Hutchinson where they will take in the annual meeting of the Minnesota State Veterinary Medical Association to be held there this week. They plan to return Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Matthews re- turned Sunday night from a two weeks trip by auto thru mrthern Minnesota. They visited Itasca Park, Bemidji, Roseau, and were within a few miles of Canada, coming home by way of Detroit, covering 1300 miles in all. They state that the crops are much better in this county than they are in the Red River Valley and other sections thru which they passed. i i m T Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cooch and Mr. ad Mrs. Kingsreiter of Appleton left Saturday by auto for a two weeks trip thru northern Minnesota, going from Bemidji thru the iron range country to Duluth. They took a camp- ing outfit with them and will no doubt have a most enjoyable outing. Another one of the picnics given by the Artichoke Lake band which have proved so successful will be given at the Emerson farm on the east Mde ef Artichoke Lake Sunday, July 17. In addition to an elaborate program of band music there will be a baseball game. bathing and boating. The mem- bers of the band extend a cordial invi- tation to all to come. Mrs. C. F. Boyd and children of Aberdeen, S. D., arrived a few days ago to spend the balance of the sea- son at the Peninsula. Mrs. Boyd was presented with a lot and the cottage by her parents, Mr .and Mrs. C. J. McLeod. The McLeods are building a modern bungalow at this time. Miss Bertha Will who has charge of the millinery department of Shirver & Johnson store, Sioux Falls, S. D., stopped off for ad ay's visit with Mrs. Thos. Kirk on her way to New York to buy stock. She also visited her par- ents near Odessa. Her first position as milliner and dressmaker was with Mrs. Kirk. The following young ladies of Or- tonville are in Camp at Chautauqua Park for a ten days outing, Vivian Martinson, Marjorie Cornelison, Mu- riel Schoen, Bessie Campbell, Winni- fred Eldred, Laura Michell, Ruth Gowan, Gladys Fifield and Reba Pot- ter. Miss Helen Michell chaperoned them the first of the week and Miss Vera Geier will remain with them dur- ing the balance of their stay. Mrs. Joseph Dimberg of Clinton, Mrs. J. M. Johnson, her sister from Swanville who has been here the past week visiting her, Miss Edith Ras- musson, Miss Marie, John, and Arthur Dimberg were here Monday, to at- tend the, graduation exercises of the Big Stone county rural schools. John" receiving a diploma. In the after- noon they went to Chautauqua Park where they took in the program while John attended the Farm Boys' and Girls' Club meetings. Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has u satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking, We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor DIMA-LITE i i Doubly Legal Headlight Dimmer Converts plain glass and doubtful special lens into legal head lights and will improve a large percentage of so called no glare lens now on the market. Guaranteed to comply with the requirements of stringent state and municipal regulations everywhere. Will not break like glass. Thousands in daily use. Recommended by Police and Legislative au- thorities. Price per pair, [I I I I All Sizes,. $1.25 FOR SALE BY White's Garage Special Agents Ortonville Minnesota° Mr. Harwood and sons Ray and Or- ville Harwood of Cha,fie!d motored o Ortonville Saturday. Mr. Harwood and Ray returned home Monday while Orville remained for the summer as he has a position with Beck and Grice at the Chautauqua Park restaurant. --The one dance that you have been waiting for will be given at Hartford Beach, S. D., Wednesday evening, July 20. Music will be furnished by Mid- dleton's Orchestra; known thruout the state for good music. Come and en- joy a cool evening at the lake. LOCAL MARKET. (Thursday, July 13, 1921) Springs, 1½ lbs. and up ............ 18c Hens .............................................. 15c Cox ............................ " ................... 7c Ducks ........................................... 14c Geese ............................................ 7c Eggs, per doz ............................. 21c Cream ............................................ 35c Sweet Cream (35c and up) ...... 35c Farmers Elevator mad Fuel Company Wheat, 55 lbs ........................... $1.30 Barley ......................................... 41 Oats ............................................ 27 Rye ............................................. 96 Flax .......................................... 1.63 New Zealand's Wheat Production Estimated. The total production of wheat for New Zealand should be approximately 5,975,000 bushels compared with an actual yield of 4,559,934 bushels for the season 1919-20, according to the New Zealand Department of Agricul- ture. The percentage of oats threshed in 1919-20 was 34.79 of the total area under that crop. Assuming that a similar proportion is threshed this year, the total production of grain should be approximately 5,520,000 bushels, compared with 6,967,862 bush- els for the previous season; but from the information so far available it would appear unlikely that the pro- portion of oats threshed this season will be as high as in the season 1919- 20. I I Don't Be Mistaken the Casing is not the Whole Tire. The Tube carries the air--the Casing is merely the Protector. You are sure to get that full measure of splendid mileage and all 'round service that distin- quishes Goodrich Tires if you ride on Good Tubes. "Best in the Lond Run." S(HU[TT & R[INI}[L Odest, Minn. _--Your order for engraved or print- NOTICE TO PROPERTY ed weddin announcements and invita- Property owners in the tions would be appreciated and you workmanship at reasonable price, tonville are hereby are assurred of strictly high grade i weeds on their property Latest styles and forms are now here. soon, othevise tiffs will the city and charged to Old household goods become gold if owner. By order to W. P. they are attractively advertised among the Want Ads in The Independent. :::::::::::4i::!i::: The best, surest test is i%;;i::::*::::::::::: your car is set-right for • g,:,:,4::. +:''" "BETTER THAN 3 CENTS BETTER" and you fill up with a cheaper near- you must open up the needle valve for a mixture. And--as the mixture grows you grow poorer. LINE UP WITH THE THRIFTY H.W. Near Depot Ortonville, Minnesota. Hardware Sal Second Week A Plain Statement of Facts WE NEED THE MONEY. The banks are unable to help us carry of our customers who are to clear up their accounts. The jobbers "their money and we have to find a way to pay them--hence this Sale. Rope-- Manilla Reg. 40c, Special ...... 24c Sisal. Reg. 35c, Special .......... 19c Pliers Pliers Pliers 33c 33c 6-inch Nickle Combination E T 6-inch Nickle Plated Combina- tion Pliers. i ! 14 Quart Dish Pans-- Extra Special .......................... 59c 10 Quart Granite Dish Pans-- Reg. 75c value. Special ........ 54c 17 Quart Granite Dish Pans-- Reg. $1.20 value. Special ...... 74c Heavy Galvanized Tubs-- No. 2, Reg. $3.00. Special $1.49 No. 3. Reg. $3.15. Special $1.59 i Water Pails-- White Enamel, Reg. $2.00_ Food Choppers-- No. 2 Universal. Reg. $3.00, Special .................................. Cold Pack Canning Racks-- Reg. 45c. Special .................... Monarch Malleable Range-- 4 Hole, 17 inch Oven. Regular $125.00. Special.. 6 Hole, 19 inch Oven. Regular $135.00. Special.. MURESCO-- MURE The Wonder Wall Finish-- Regular 70c Pkg. Special ...... Dry Cell Batteries-- Regular 50c. Special ............ Hay Forks-- Regular $1.15. Special ............ These are but a few of our many bargains--0ur Store is Jammed Them. If your wants are not listed here come in--we can save you Ortonville Hardware THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT • $[ Abraham Steen and famSly we ifil Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Conch and Mr. Mr. Harwood anJ sons Ray and Or-] .--Your order for engrave or print I NOTICE TO | WANT ADS I I Ortonville Monday to attend the] and Mrs. Kigsiter of Appleton left e Harwood of Cha fie d n o e ed wed, in announcements aml ivita • # 41 gadatin exeises of the cotYl saturday by auto for a two weeks r ' " Property oxers m the ¢ rtonv,lle 8atuay. Mr. Aarwoo,/ t o,s w,,u be ppe a ed a d  u'to n lie "e h b " fore LOST--S0mewhe between Rartford lral hools, iss Esther Steen, their trip th northern Minnesota, going and Ray reuraed home M,mdar while worbna,,ship at reasonable rlce [ vl ar ere y m Beth and Ortonvi]le last Saturday],auhter being one of the five grad- from Bemi,Ut thru the iron range Oille remained for the summer as are assurrcd of strictly high a'adelweeds on their p,opo,t m ¸ night, a blue rge suit coat con- uates fr'm Distrlet No. 21. eountr • to Duluth. They took a cp- he has a position vth Beck and Grice Itest styles a,.I folm are now he, soon, oihe,ise thi tlV value_ and much needed pa-[ Miss Mary Shumaker e um ng outfit with them and will no doubt ; the Chautau(ua Park rtaurant. -- he e " an eh" "e er Identification mark in a " . • . ' home from Evett, Wash., thts week have a most enoable out,rig. -- O househo ood be n e go if', Y • • V H de 1 se tul to ths omce • • ner "el ¸ r a, Ortnv,lle.F r eama n Ortnvll e IO10 1- / beWher°schoo ks athathatbnpla.teachingshe ismiChighlyln I theAn°therArtichoke°ne Lake°f tbeb,mdPcniCSwhiehgiventve b¸ you as m The lnependel,t. I 1.p/ The one aee tha have been they are attl'act!ve/y advetsod a:nou o  . B de to X . IJUNI)rA psdr of t/re chairs, Own- plead vth her work .and the city, proved so successful will be iven at Beth, S. D., Wednesday everng, July er n get same by calting at this d wilt tunl ther this fall. the Emerson fa/ on te east ide ,f  bittonlastWednesdaybyadobelong addition to an elaborate prog,'am o ce and paying for notlee. 10-l-c An automobile toust wa badly Artichoke Lake Sunday, Jab' 17. 1,1 for good music. WkND--A Copy o n pc- ingtoMr. Gerber who lves half wa, band tousle there wili be abaschal] joy a cool evening at the lake. dt for June 16. WI pay 25 nts betwn Odessa and Ortom,ille on the e, bthlng and heating The me,n. for i Leave at Independem ofce. Yellowstolle Trail. He LOCAL MARKET. ],-D R RENT--160 Acr of Hay Land, two miles east of Ortonvil]e, L p. Ues, Or to.rifle. I0-I NOg SALE OR RENT--Five m house on Third stt. Frank Hal- ide, Ortonville. P]one 25t J. 10-l-c FOR RENT--Five-room house n fi.e idnce section. Phone 250-L 10-1p ' IFi STITCIIINO--Hae instalted H Stitching MIdne at the home lr Cochran, fomerly the enthy house, on Second steer. li I0 d 15 nts per yard. Al- an ready to do repot work on alt makes of sewing mhine Agency for the Singer mae2aines. For hem stltehng aad repair work cal 399. A. L Waddans. 6-tf-¢. ]BAOAIN SHOE SALErAII Wear- U Well $7.98 shoes dueed to $5.98. Other lines reduced special for this tonvBle for medit attevdan. M. Ella Jolley. sister of Kenry 8ars, of Portland, 0.. accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sarvs from High- m, S. D., Monda She brou# er from portld to Highmo burial¸ Mr. and blrs. O. O. Ross let the first part of this week for a visit with lativ and fieds at Ltchfield, Heron Lake and Minneapolis, Mr. I% taking his vacation now. They are making the trip by r, id are ac- ©emptied by Miss Gladys Statler. Charles porter who clerked in the Stark Hardwa sto at Orom'ille or a niber of at Fargo a couple of weeks ago to a young lady in that city. Sia lav- lag Ortonville he has been tvelling repntative for Farwel] d Osman, Kirk & Compa,,y Dr. g. N. 8ebn of thia place, ae- d A. C. Sger. mpauied by Dr. Taffe of Graceville, • "OR S.ALE--A nrl ew pia at a left by r Tuday afeoon fr bargain. Tes if nessary. Mar- Hutchinson whe they will take in tiu Sehn, Ortoille. 8-4 the annual mting of the Minnesota State Veterinary Medical Assoclatlon I ing the balance of their stay. "FOR SALE--Eight-foot McCoiek to be ksd the this wk. They5 Mrs, Joseph n[mberg of Clinton, bloder. Gee. Gardner, Route 3, Or- plan o turn Satulay. M. J. M, Johnson, her sister from tnville, Min. Phone 6-F-20, 9-3- Mr. d Mrs. Alvah Matthews re- SwamqlIe who has ba he the pt taed Sunday night fm a two wk vsitlng her, Miss Edith Ra- , R -- v . n  weeks trip by auto thr lorthern mson, Mss Ma,Je, John, and Arthur bved farm I 'outd Uke to trad Minsota. They sited Itasca Park, Dimberg were he Monday, to at- •  a GOOD tpved fa a Bemidji, Roau, and were vthin a tend the.graduatlon exerelses of the • dz only 11 . . p " sections thra wldeh they passed. Girls' Club meetings. y the ¢dffe i cash. Martl few miles of Canada, coming hvme by Big Stone county ral schools, John ¸ Schoen, Ortonvfll 4 way of Derot, covering 1300 miles in ceivlng a diplnm In the after- caud b ) all. They state that the crops a noon they went to Chautauqua Park --Headach  us I y la  much better in thls county than they where they took in the program while Eyetndpperyflttedg s . I r " F B s and • " "el Dr Sire son makes re in the Red River Val ey d othe John atte,ded the a oy • pialty of the eases and guan- suts. 8 him at Pc]ms Jew- ,at!x]ay, July 16, Stn M. R. od of RaTnond being one of the graduat *ha d from the y M. and Mm. J. Arthu Matthews, M Kee Welch ad Miss Jece Wleh left Moltday by auto f Be- midJi $vints for veral weeks outline. he F. G. CIlins fily who re piag south of Foster e down Wedaasday to meet Mrs. mC&er fm • ng the balance of the sn. The Msses Dorothy Gray, Ibelle enn and Dols Eglund cf Appl t d Mss Lee of Maynard we boe em for a day this week. s. Mrlys Miley, damchter of Mr. nd Mxs. Gee. Miley of Gen,), is mitiag st the Jake Suttoa h and ;th other friends in the cnlty of their o$d home north of Ortonville. Grdon Nelson, n of George Nel on o Coell attended the eighth grade gradtlon exeises Tesday, mg one of the gradte, and whie he dsited at the A. • hem Mr. and M. lCudy Heg and lit- tle sn autoed to Traey Saturday to isi Mr. leng's parents. Mr. Her tued home Monday wble r. 14erzog and little son ma3ned for a ke visit. The atttmdce was large at the mtg of tile Luther League hem t the Alfred Joho home north of the city on Tuesday ing. The  slendM program was given and refrcts r Agreuttura] Sch[ at Media, ¸ lled here Saturday. He ll be ted by Ortonilh fo]ka : ta 2%. a few yea ago. : the daughter Helen of Mivnpnls are islting at the home cf Mrs. Tble- n's prents, Mr. and Mrs. James for about th weeks. The S. H. Cnlta vattage now der nttion en t Peniula will be rly for occupancy in abot two wk here frra &beaded, S. D., to lspect t the fit of the week. Byr Mountford of Great Falls. t[ont, is visiting at the he ofrhis He is in the eatplc cf the He cam he fm Hot Springs, Ark., • wbe he pent veral day lr. and M. D. A. Danielsen and , ,-af C-od¢h are isitng rel- tv he, nMng the trip by auto. . Danleln was f*rmly Mies Nel- Lnadgren. Mr. Dalelaoa has l- .ti in Artichoke toshi Mr. and Mrs. Rlpl BrlgB ad lit- ¸ .le dater eft for Hoton, j 4ate m.y  f01" a few with Mr Brlgg# otber who b ¢it* elderly mad llvhg alone. • BW. bd'g ete tam in a (Thursday. July 13, 1921) Mrs. C. F. Bod d chfldn Springs, 1% Ibs, and up tSc Aberdeen, S. D., aived a Hens ........................ tSe ago to spend Cox ......... 7c rs. Boyd wa Oucks ........ 14c pseted with a let and the eetta Gse .................... 7n by her parents, Mr .and M. C.  Eggs, per dnz ....... 21c MeLeod. q2qe MeLeods a building a, Cream ........ 5c modenl bungalow at this tme. Sweet Clam (35c and up) 35c Miss Bertha Will who has charge of the millinery department of d Fuel Compan & Johnson st, Sioux Fall, S.D., Wheat. 55 ibs ...... $1.80 1 visit with M, Barley ....... 41 I 0 .................. 2 b tek She n td he par R ................... 96 ent  Ods Her first pot Fa ................ I63 a e d e Zaad'a Wheat podt The fng yeug ade f O e n Cap at Chautauqua Pk f  e days tg be appreay Mrt Mrje C M 575000 bh ared th a e Sehee, Be Cmpbe Wn t d f 4.5994 d Edred La MeheL Ruth te en I  dng Ga Gady Fed  Rba pt- Ne Zeaa Dertent e Aeu te M Hee Mche ehapeed t tb The peetage f t threshed  as 479 ef the tota a der that rp Ag that a ar pprte  hhed th yea the tta prodt f grain shd be apty 20000 buh . epre  th .9782 h h e fn te e  bt fl the fatnn  fa aab t d appa nkey that the pre pertn ef eat threshed th  be a hg Don't Be Mistaken the Casing is not the T, Casing i mealy the protector. You a sure to get that full measu of splendid mileage and all 'round service that quishes Goodrich Tir if ride on Good Tubes. "Bt in the Lend R," SUITT & RLIML 0i5, lit Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has  satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking, We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor DIMA-LITE  D0uhly Legal Headlight Dimmer Converts plain glass and doubtful special lens into legal head fights and will improve a large percentage of so called no glare lens now on the market. Guaranteed to comply with the requirements of stringent state and municipal regulations everywhere. Will not break ilke glass. Thousands in daily use. Recommended by Police and Legislative au- thorities. Pric e per pair, All Sizes, . $1.25 FOR SALE 'BY White's Garage Special Agents Ortonville Mitmesata. The best, surest test is yo r car is set'right for "BETTER THAN 3 CENTS BETTER" and you fill up with a cheaper you must open up the needle valve for a mixtm'e. And--as the mixture you grow poorer. LINE UP WITH THE THRIFTY H.W.S Near Depot Or tonville, Minnesota. Hardware Sal Second Week A Plain Statement of Facts WE NEED THE MONEY. The banks of our customers who are to clear tip their accounts. their money and we have to find a way to pay them--hence this Sale. Rope-- Manilla Reg. 40e, Special...... 24¢ Sisal. Reg. 85c, Special .......... 19c I Pliers 3C Pliers 33C Pliers] 6dnch Nickle Combination E T I m 6-inch Niekle Plated Combina- [ tion Pliers. ] 14 Quart Dish Pans-- Extra Special ....................... 59c . 10 Quart Granite Dish Pans--- Reg. 75c value. Special ........ 5,1c 17 Quart Granite Dish Pans-- Reg. $1.20 value. Special..... 74c Heavy Galvanized Tubs-- $1.49 ] No. 2, Reg. $3.00. Special No. 3. Reg. $3.15. Special $1.59 ] ! Water Palis-- White Enamel, Reg. $2.00.. Food Choppers-- No. 2 Universal. Reg. $3.00. Special .................................. Cold Pack Canning Racks-- Reg. 45c. Special .................. Monarch Malleable Range-- 4 Hole, 17 inch Oven. Regular $125.00. S 6 Hole 19 inch Over Regu ar $135.00. MURESCO-- The Wonder Wall Finish-- Regu ar 70c Pkg. Special ...... Dry Cell Ratterie-- Regular 50c. Special ............ Hay Forks d Regular $1.15. Special ............ These are but a few of our many bargains--0ur Store is Jammed Furl Them. If your wants are not listed here come in--we can save t Ortonville Hardware rAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, t • t WANT ADS I DOST--SOmewhere between Hartford Beach and Ortonville last Saturday eight, a blue serge suit coat con- taining valued and much needed pa- Fers. Identification mark in coat. Finder please return to this office. A. F. Sheneman, Ortonville. 10-1-p FOUND--A pair of tire chains. Own- er can get same by calling at this office and paying for notice. 10-1-c WkNTED--A Copy of The Indepen- dent for June 16. Will pay 25 cents Ior it, Leave at Independent office. ]FOI¢ RENT--160 Acres of Hay Land, two miles east of Ortonville, L. P. Hess, Ortonville. 10-1-e FOR SALE OR RENT--Five room house on Third street. Frank Har- ris, Ortonville. Plone 251-J. 10-1-c FOR RENT--Five-room house in fine residence section. Phone 250-L i0-1p "/-HEM STITCHING--Have installed Hem Stitching Machine at the home ef Mrs. Cochran, formerly the Bentley house, on Second street. Price 10 and 15 cents per yard. Al- so ready to do repair work on all makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines. For hem stitcling and repair work call 329. A L. Waddans. 5-tf-c. :]BARGAIN SHOE SALE---All Wear- U-Well $7.98 shoes reduced to $5.93. Other lines reduced special for this saIe. A.C. Saeger. OR SALE--A nearly new piano at a bargain. Terms if necessary. Mar- tin Schoen, Ortonville. 8-4-c ,]FOR SALE--Eight-foot McCormick. binder. Geo. Gardner, Route 3, Or- tonville, Minn. Phone 6-F-20. 9-3-p ]FOR TRADE--I have an unencum- bered farm I would like to trade £o a GOOD ivaproved farm and pay the difference in cash. Martin choen, Ortonville. 8-4-e. --Headaches are usually caused by Eye-strain and properly fitted glasses their only relief. Dr. Simpson makes a pecialty of these cases and guaran- tees results. See him at Palms Jew- e|ry Store July 18. / ' PERSONAL, sOCIAU AND NEWS ITEMS The Ladies' Aid of the Congrega- nal church will have a food sale turday, July 16, at Palm's Jewelry Stone. Mrs. R. D. Martinson and son Ray- .mond of Clinton were here Monday, Raymond being one of the graduates i he class from the county rural ehools. Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthu Matthews, ]Mrs. Kee Welch ad Miss Joyce Welch left Monday by auto for Be- vaidji and other northern Minnesota points for several weeks outing. The ]L G. Collins family who ,re camping south of Foster came down Wednesday to meet Mrs. Collins' mother from Iowa who will visit them during the balance of the season. The Misses Dorothy Gray, Isabelle ]nson and Doris Englund of Apple- ton and Miss Lee of Maynard were guests of Mrs. Effie Miller of the tele- phone office for a day this week. Mrs. Marlys Miley, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Geo. Miley of Gtence, is 'isiting at the Jake Sutton home and wth other friends in the wcinity of their old home north of Ortonville. Gordon Nelson, son of George Nel- son of Correll attended the eighth grade graduation exercises Tuesday, :being one of the graduates, and while here visited at the A. W. McLane borne. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Herzog and lit- tle son autoed to Tracy Saturday to visit Mr. fIerzog's parents. Mr. Her- zog returned home Monday while Mrs. Herzog and little son remained for a weeks visit. The attendance was large at the meeting of the Luther League held t the Alfred Johnson home north of the city on Tuesday evening. The umml splendid program was given and refreshments served. Arthur Woodman, Instructor at the Agricultural School at Morris, called ]here Saturday. He will be remem- /be.red by Ortonville folks as Secre- tary of the Corn Show held in this . vary a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Theisen and lit- tle daughter Helen of Minneapolis are visiting at the home of Mrs. Thie- son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Moulton. They expect to remain here for about three weeks. The S. H. Collins cottage now under construction on the north end of the Peninsula will be ready for occupancy in about two weeke. Mr. Collins was here from Aberdeen, S. D., to inspect it the first of the week. Byron Mountford of Great Falls, Mont., is visiting at the home of,his parents. He is in the eraploy of the Northern'Tacific Railroad company. le came here from Hot Springs, Ark., ° where he spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Danielson and • : chfldven of Goodrich are visiting rel- atives here, making the trip by auto. ]rs. Danielson was formerly Miss Nel- e Lundgren. Mr. Danielson has rel- atives in Artichoke township. Ir. and Mrs. RaIptt Briggs and lit- Ae daughter left for Houston, Minne- sota the first of the week. Mrs. Briggs  daughte may remain for a few eks with Mrs. Briggs' :nother who : b quite elderly and living alone. -lit. Brlgg expects to retm'n m a Abraham Steen and family were ifi Ortonville Monday to attend the graduation exercises of the county rural schools, Miss Esther Steen, their daughter, being one of the five grad- uates from District No. 21. Miss Mary Shumaker returned home from Everett, Wash., this week where she has been teaching music in the school at that place. She is highly pleased with her work and the city, and will return there this fall. An automobile tourist was badly bitten last Wednesday by a dog belong- ing to Mr. Gerber who lives half way between Odessa and Ortonville on the Yellowstone Trail. He came to Or- tonville for medical attendance. Mrs. Ella Jolley, sister of HemT Sarvis, of Portland, Ore., accompanied Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sarvis from High- more, S. D., Monday for a weeks visit. She brought the remains of her moth- er from Portland to Highmore for burial. Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Ross left the first part of this week for a visit with relatives and friends at Litchfield, Heron Lake and Minneapolis, Mr. Ross taking his vacation now. They are making the trip by car, and are ac- companied by Miss Gladys Stutler. Charles Porter who clerked in the Stark Hardware store at Ortom'ille for a number of years, was married at Fargo a couple of weeks ago to I a young lady in that city. Since leav-[ ing Ortonville he has been travelling I representative for Farwell, Osman,] Kirk & Company. Dr. E. "N. Schoen of this place, ac- companied by Dr. Taffe of Graceville, left by car Thursday afternoon for Hutchinson where they will take in the annual meeting of the Minnesota State Veterinary Medical Association to be held there this week. They plan to return Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Matthews re- turned Sunday night from a two weeks trip by auto thru mrthern Minnesota. They visited Itasca Park, Bemidji, Roseau, and were within a few miles of Canada, coming home by way of Detroit, covering 1300 miles in all. They state that the crops are much better in this county than they are in the Red River Valley and other sections thru which they passed. i i m T Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cooch and Mr. ad Mrs. Kingsreiter of Appleton left Saturday by auto for a two weeks trip thru northern Minnesota, going from Bemidji thru the iron range country to Duluth. They took a camp- ing outfit with them and will no doubt have a most enjoyable outing. Another one of the picnics given by the Artichoke Lake band which have proved so successful will be given at the Emerson farm on the east Mde ef Artichoke Lake Sunday, July 17. In addition to an elaborate program of band music there will be a baseball game. bathing and boating. The mem- bers of the band extend a cordial invi- tation to all to come. Mrs. C. F. Boyd and children of Aberdeen, S. D., arrived a few days ago to spend the balance of the sea- son at the Peninsula. Mrs. Boyd was presented with a lot and the cottage by her parents, Mr .and Mrs. C. J. McLeod. The McLeods are building a modern bungalow at this time. Miss Bertha Will who has charge of the millinery department of Shirver & Johnson store, Sioux Falls, S. D., stopped off for ad ay's visit with Mrs. Thos. Kirk on her way to New York to buy stock. She also visited her par- ents near Odessa. Her first position as milliner and dressmaker was with Mrs. Kirk. The following young ladies of Or- tonville are in Camp at Chautauqua Park for a ten days outing, Vivian Martinson, Marjorie Cornelison, Mu- riel Schoen, Bessie Campbell, Winni- fred Eldred, Laura Michell, Ruth Gowan, Gladys Fifield and Reba Pot- ter. Miss Helen Michell chaperoned them the first of the week and Miss Vera Geier will remain with them dur- ing the balance of their stay. Mrs. Joseph Dimberg of Clinton, Mrs. J. M. Johnson, her sister from Swanville who has been here the past week visiting her, Miss Edith Ras- musson, Miss Marie, John, and Arthur Dimberg were here Monday, to at- tend the, graduation exercises of the Big Stone county rural schools. John" receiving a diploma. In the after- noon they went to Chautauqua Park where they took in the program while John attended the Farm Boys' and Girls' Club meetings. Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has u satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking, We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE C. A. BEARD, Proprietor DIMA-LITE i i Doubly Legal Headlight Dimmer Converts plain glass and doubtful special lens into legal head lights and will improve a large percentage of so called no glare lens now on the market. Guaranteed to comply with the requirements of stringent state and municipal regulations everywhere. Will not break like glass. Thousands in daily use. Recommended by Police and Legislative au- thorities. Price per pair, [I I I I All Sizes,. $1.25 FOR SALE BY White's Garage Special Agents Ortonville Minnesota° Mr. Harwood and sons Ray and Or- ville Harwood of Cha,fie!d motored o Ortonville Saturday. Mr. Harwood and Ray returned home Monday while Orville remained for the summer as he has a position with Beck and Grice at the Chautauqua Park restaurant. --The one dance that you have been waiting for will be given at Hartford Beach, S. D., Wednesday evening, July 20. Music will be furnished by Mid- dleton's Orchestra; known thruout the state for good music. Come and en- joy a cool evening at the lake. LOCAL MARKET. (Thursday, July 13, 1921) Springs, 1½ lbs. and up ............ 18c Hens .............................................. 15c Cox ............................ " ................... 7c Ducks ........................................... 14c Geese ............................................ 7c Eggs, per doz ............................. 21c Cream ............................................ 35c Sweet Cream (35c and up) ...... 35c Farmers Elevator mad Fuel Company Wheat, 55 lbs ........................... $1.30 Barley ......................................... 41 Oats ............................................ 27 Rye ............................................. 96 Flax .......................................... 1.63 New Zealand's Wheat Production Estimated. The total production of wheat for New Zealand should be approximately 5,975,000 bushels compared with an actual yield of 4,559,934 bushels for the season 1919-20, according to the New Zealand Department of Agricul- ture. The percentage of oats threshed in 1919-20 was 34.79 of the total area under that crop. Assuming that a similar proportion is threshed this year, the total production of grain should be approximately 5,520,000 bushels, compared with 6,967,862 bush- els for the previous season; but from the information so far available it would appear unlikely that the pro- portion of oats threshed this season will be as high as in the season 1919- 20. I I Don't Be Mistaken the Casing is not the Whole Tire. The Tube carries the air--the Casing is merely the Protector. You are sure to get that full measure of splendid mileage and all 'round service that distin- quishes Goodrich Tires if you ride on Good Tubes. "Best in the Lond Run." S(HU[TT & R[INI}[L Odest, Minn. _--Your order for engraved or print- NOTICE TO PROPERTY ed weddin announcements and invita- Property owners in the tions would be appreciated and you workmanship at reasonable price, tonville are hereby are assurred of strictly high grade i weeds on their property Latest styles and forms are now here. soon, othevise tiffs will the city and charged to Old household goods become gold if owner. By order to W. P. they are attractively advertised among the Want Ads in The Independent. :::::::::::4i::!i::: The best, surest test is i%;;i::::*::::::::::: your car is set-right for • g,:,:,4::. +:''" "BETTER THAN 3 CENTS BETTER" and you fill up with a cheaper near- you must open up the needle valve for a mixture. And--as the mixture grows you grow poorer. LINE UP WITH THE THRIFTY H.W. Near Depot Ortonville, Minnesota. Hardware Sal Second Week A Plain Statement of Facts WE NEED THE MONEY. The banks are unable to help us carry of our customers who are to clear up their accounts. The jobbers "their money and we have to find a way to pay them--hence this Sale. Rope-- Manilla Reg. 40c, Special ...... 24c Sisal. Reg. 35c, Special .......... 19c Pliers Pliers Pliers 33c 33c 6-inch Nickle Combination E T 6-inch Nickle Plated Combina- tion Pliers. i ! 14 Quart Dish Pans-- Extra Special .......................... 59c 10 Quart Granite Dish Pans-- Reg. 75c value. Special ........ 54c 17 Quart Granite Dish Pans-- Reg. $1.20 value. Special ...... 74c Heavy Galvanized Tubs-- No. 2, Reg. $3.00. Special $1.49 No. 3. Reg. $3.15. Special $1.59 i Water Pails-- White Enamel, Reg. $2.00_ Food Choppers-- No. 2 Universal. Reg. $3.00, Special .................................. Cold Pack Canning Racks-- Reg. 45c. Special .................... Monarch Malleable Range-- 4 Hole, 17 inch Oven. Regular $125.00. Special.. 6 Hole, 19 inch Oven. Regular $135.00. Special.. MURESCO-- MURE The Wonder Wall Finish-- Regular 70c Pkg. Special ...... Dry Cell Batteries-- Regular 50c. Special ............ Hay Forks-- Regular $1.15. Special ............ These are but a few of our many bargains--0ur Store is Jammed Them. If your wants are not listed here come in--we can save you Ortonville Hardware