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\\; THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ....... , .................................. i Ortonville Independent EVERY THITRSDAY by the &amp; Merchants Printing Co. President Vice-president Lundgren, Seeretaty Walter Dinnell, Treasurer OF DIRECTORS John Kaercher Waiter Dirtnell 01son L.E. Lundgren Grace F. Kaercher A, B. Kaercher o' Managing Editor Associate Editor as second-class matter 1920, at the post office at under the Act of $2.00 PER YEAR Rates ot Application presentative INTER-STATE PARK. proposed that Big Stone a state park, and that to the plans which are con- will be provided to es- a Water level that will at all navigation safe, besides good. We would sug- be made an interstate national aid. This would m line with the Flood Con- which recently has been the legal formation of and Conservancy District, territory from Browns Val- Mississippi river, and which law is, in effect, a business with power to assess for to raise funds for the of dams, reservations, around Big Stone dyke and dam with outlet would reclaim lands which are now a make the lake and ljhe country one of the most ;ks in the state. COMPENSATION. has been taken out ot of the United States by since the transporta- as the Esch-Cummins And that is only a amount they are after. 10, }00 more has been I for war purposes. Yet I promised[ informed, m.ust because of the depleted the national treasury. people believe that the grip of the rail- steel trust. Battleships market for steel, and bopds make good securi- the administration no/t the national treasury be- raade the appropriations the soldiers who won paid first ? capital invested in aver which all the traffic of must pass and to which tribute is much better to look after than the indi- ors in all the differen t lut the distressed con- railroad corporations individuals as is all bunk If must finance the rail- take them over and it, and give the people the bills the benefit of and cheap freight and The boys are en- money and lets give it the "Yellow Peril" navy necessary. Non- Is no ,more danger of war is with Switzer- seems to do for an te billions for the steel corporatiou, big financiers, bu and bankruptcy facing People seems to make no the atiministration. are wondering is what road hogs they save.--Daw- below normal. We must go into dairying exten- sively to get the bet results, and the sooner we realize this fact, the better it will be for every one. Arrange- ments should be made to provide funds to finance this movement. There is no money in small grain arming. Health Thru Efficiency Efficiency is the talisman of the times. The demand is for men and women who will develop to the utmost whatever work, big or small, is en- trusted to them. There is no job too small to make something of it, nor any position so large that it cannot be seriously injured thlna inefficient management. The teacher, the busi- ness man or woman, doctors, minis- ters, lawyers, and last and most Im- portant, the mothers and home mak- ers, need every force which will make them efficient. Our first duty to ourselves is to make the most of our lives--to be efficient. But how many can say, that 1 viewing things fro all angles, their[ ability could not be improved? May-[ be you are one of the many who are] doing the best' they can, but tire I easily, have headaches, or perhaps t ,, , y I feel lceld back. ou somehow lack i the "pep" to go on and accomplish the things you set out to do. In oth- er words, your inability is due not to indifference but simply to lack: of health and energy. You are not fully efficient, because you have not the full measure of health. No one need allow poor health to keep him from betng efficient. The<)- dore Roosevelt was an example of one whose ambition for success be- gan with the determination to be healthy. He proved that ill health can be overcome and strength and energy be put in its place. There are a few simple rules of health which can be followed by everyone. If there are no physical defects to cause ill l health and prevent a gain, observance of the health rules by young or old will bring the desired result. Thoro physical examinations should be had every year or at the ,tory least every two years, and a dentist should ex- amine the mouth every six months so that the beginnings of .rouble may be found and corrected in time. The first step always is to eliminate any conditions which cause ill health or tend to make health impossible. A patient at one qf our Minnesota sanatoria who had spent three years in the sanatorium bravely battling * with tuberculosis ami finding progress slow and tedious when complimented on his recovery only replied, "Oh, if only I had known sooner, tf I had only realized the necessity for fre- quent medical examinations, I might] have relieved myself of much of the l hard up-hill fight" it's been." i Some strange trait in our nature[ makes it hard for us to take the les-i son from another's experiences, and i allows us to see the light only in the l bitter-aftermath of our indifference to} health. Rather than having to wake up to the necessary for regular physi-t cal examination when the body is run] down, let each of us resolve to select t a certain day of our calendar, set it f aside as Physical Examination Day,] and as patriotically as we celebrate the memory of the Independence of the United States on July 4th, go to a doctor and find out how well we l'O. [ ordinary physical examination t An seldom costs more than three dol- t lars. Even tho there may be noth- ing. wrono', it: surely worth that ,ount to know that one's health is up to the .tandard. There iu no need to elaborate on the saving of' money and comfm hi,:b resu!ts rom semi-annual visits to a (mntt. Anyone who has been obligated to have a tooth crowned or extracted because of decay of the tooth substance will realize full well that "a stitch in time saves nine." Then the daily life must be looked irto witi re;:'atxl to food, sleep, rest, eercise and play as well as work. The okt Go)man saying "Man i what he eats," is a true one. It is the food we eat that makes the bone, tmscle, and blood, and supplies heat and energy. Selection of food require as much thot at least as selection of dress. Every meal should contain some protein, fat, carbohydrate, vi- tamine, and mineral salts. The foods which contain all of these are es- pecially (!c.,ff, vble. All of the classes of foods are found in milk. Those who can should try to include soene milk in every meal. Fresh greet vegetables comain vitamines knd act a roughage, l-ats are found in :veets, fat af meat, egg yoke, 0ut- ter and cream. Bread, vegetables, cereals, s:arch and sugars include urbohydrates in their make-up. They, like fat. are made into heat and ener- ,.,:y. Children need re(re of the pro- tein food than z. kdts do, because I,r,tein adds r, ew 1 ,':ng substance and the childs ."r(r,,eth depend3 upon ,t. The adult needs (rely enough prot.qr. o replace the :.ubstarze he uses up. Nature's sweet nurse, as the poet calls sleep, sustains health. One set- ring out to gain health must count plenty of sleep a most important item. Every child should have not less than ten hohrs of sleep vw;ry night. Adnt.  can get along iih leas tha tlmt, but the five o six hours which "does," for so many is is not sleep enough to Uuild up and keep health at its maximum. A half- hour sleep during the (lay will re- fresh those "who have not had the necessary sleep at night, and if taken regularly after the nosn meal will ac- complish a great deal in building up the body. Rest in the form of com- plete relaxation is almost unknown to many Our livds are keyed up to the top notch. What wonder so many break down in their prime? Girls of adoles- cent age compete for scholarship, for social honors, and in athletics. Their days and nights also are so crowded that they do not allow for a .minute's more rest than they must have. Too many girls break down or have tu- berculosis between the ages of eigh- teen and twenty-eight. A young girl suffering from tuberculosis at one of the sanatorium blamed her break- down to the fact that she had so little rest. "I worked all day, and danced all night, until I just came to the breaking point," she explained, and added, "I just wish I could tell all the other girls who think they prefer pleasure to'rest that the price they will be forced to take if they keep on that way is too great. The dancea and parties you've gone to, mean very little when you know your health is gone." Rest of twenty minutes each (lay, preferably at noon will do much to offset fatigue which poisons the cells of the body and makes progress diffi- cult. The best recreation is exercise in the open air in the form of swim- ruing, rowing, tennis and other games, walking and horseback riding. Exer- cise refreshes the mind and imparts vigor. It, of course, has its limita- tions, over exercising is as bad .as ovaxworking. "All things in modera- tion" must be one of the ,mottos of those who seek efficiency thru health. The Minnesota Public Health Asso- ciation Journal. The other night as we passed two ladies of the colored race we over- heard the following: "Ya know that good fer nothin' Sambo, he drinks moonshine, gets drunk and that nigga won't work a lick," said a much disgusted "yella" gal. "Wal, Lizza, why don't you divorce him then ?" promptly asked the other. "Divorce him? What fo? You don't know that niggar, Sally. What's the use to divorce him when he ain't got the price of alimony ?" THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis,,Minnesota. Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at-- $1.50 to $2.00--Without Bath $2.00 to $5.00---With ]Bath --: ,d, With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection TRUCKING We are now prepared to haul your grain to the markets or to do any trucking that you may require. Satisfactory Service At A Reasonable Price. Jurgens & Company Phone 75 l! i I tl The man who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he. needs both. The real startin point of any business is: The time at which one begins systematic saving. If he begins right he opens a bank account and gradually builds up both his account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day for starting a business of your own th much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account--the lump sum will be here and ready for you when you want it. i, H, First National Bank" If you believe that your fate is in your own hands---then use your head. CLEVELAND SIX NDW Flavor|$ 00!28fi sealed in by toastin The New Price Sets It Apart From Competition Last September the Cleveland Six, with cord tires, sold for $1645. Now it sells for $129. JUST THINK Z No comparable car, either six or four, equals it for such a low price. Built in its own big modern plant by men of long experience in the building of fine automobiles, the Cleveland is of sturdy and dependable construc- tion. It excels in generous power and flexibility, A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy an girl of this city to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes and niekles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty IeI1 Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stuke, A't. Cashier. SOIL'SSTRENGTH. " IIHHIIIl!lllllllllmfllfliflHIImlHflHiiHHlllllllllla lllllllllllllllHmilllllllfllllflll and in its rare riding comfort. Cleveland bodies f,rming must be adopt- [j are of unusual beauty and finely finished. of this county at . SUcCess" Small grain i ' ' V ! he C' yigAyC on most of our land See t eveland Before Bu n n ar years that the soil has Sedan (Five Passengers) . . . $2295 Coupe (Four Passenllers).. $115 I that sweet clover is izer and a makes lc f. o. b. Or, roland 'e. All grain except be fed to cattle and . " . m. , r.qu.gmem ,s 00ogs enough VANCURA AUTO COMPANY ats and barley this from thefarmwould  ] Rrti tPl M as the price of --__ the price of  below the cost of  10th STREET AT FOURTH AVENUB  or farmer should eep to pick up the heads over the fields afer d to clean up the weedy Corners of the farm. and so are cattle. to get a start be- certain that cattle and advance in price very ntmber is much . MINNEAPOLIS i -_. The Northwest's Largest and Most Beautiful Hostelry All Room* are Outside and Each Room hi- Private Bauh TARIFF: . 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00Double $3.00 325 Rooms (Private Bath)Single at $2.50--Double $3.50 ' 200 Room (Private Baths) Single at $3 00--Double $4.00 Others from $4.00 to $15.00 i a mHmigHiH A. S. HALLS CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY CLEVELAND OHIO \\; THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ....... , .................................. i Ortonville Independent EVERY THITRSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. President Vice-president Lundgren, Seeretaty Walter Dinnell, Treasurer OF DIRECTORS John Kaercher Waiter Dirtnell 01son L.E. Lundgren Grace F. Kaercher A, B. Kaercher o' Managing Editor Associate Editor as second-class matter 1920, at the post office at under the Act of $2.00 PER YEAR Rates ot Application presentative INTER-STATE PARK. proposed that Big Stone a state park, and that to the plans which are con- will be provided to es- a Water level that will at all navigation safe, besides good. We would sug- be made an interstate national aid. This would m line with the Flood Con- which recently has been the legal formation of and Conservancy District, territory from Browns Val- Mississippi river, and which law is, in effect, a business with power to assess for to raise funds for the of dams, reservations, around Big Stone dyke and dam with outlet would reclaim lands which are now a make the lake and ljhe country one of the most ;ks in the state. COMPENSATION. has been taken out ot of the United States by since the transporta- as the Esch-Cummins And that is only a amount they are after. 10, }00 more has been I for war purposes. Yet I promised[ informed, m.ust because of the depleted the national treasury. people believe that the grip of the rail- steel trust. Battleships market for steel, and bopds make good securi- the administration no/t the national treasury be- raade the appropriations the soldiers who won paid first ? capital invested in aver which all the traffic of must pass and to which tribute is much better to look after than the indi- ors in all the differen t lut the distressed con- railroad corporations individuals as is all bunk If must finance the rail- take them over and it, and give the people the bills the benefit of and cheap freight and The boys are en- money and lets give it the "Yellow Peril" navy necessary. Non- Is no ,more danger of war is with Switzer- seems to do for an te billions for the steel corporatiou, big financiers, bu and bankruptcy facing People seems to make no the atiministration. are wondering is what road hogs they save.--Daw- below normal. We must go into dairying exten- sively to get the bet results, and the sooner we realize this fact, the better it will be for every one. Arrange- ments should be made to provide funds to finance this movement. There is no money in small grain arming. Health Thru Efficiency Efficiency is the talisman of the times. The demand is for men and women who will develop to the utmost whatever work, big or small, is en- trusted to them. There is no job too small to make something of it, nor any position so large that it cannot be seriously injured thlna inefficient management. The teacher, the busi- ness man or woman, doctors, minis- ters, lawyers, and last and most Im- portant, the mothers and home mak- ers, need every force which will make them efficient. Our first duty to ourselves is to make the most of our lives--to be efficient. But how many can say, that 1 viewing things fro all angles, their[ ability could not be improved? May-[ be you are one of the many who are] doing the best' they can, but tire I easily, have headaches, or perhaps t ,, , y I feel lceld back. ou somehow lack i the "pep" to go on and accomplish the things you set out to do. In oth- er words, your inability is due not to indifference but simply to lack: of health and energy. You are not fully efficient, because you have not the full measure of health. No one need allow poor health to keep him from betng efficient. The<)- dore Roosevelt was an example of one whose ambition for success be- gan with the determination to be healthy. He proved that ill health can be overcome and strength and energy be put in its place. There are a few simple rules of health which can be followed by everyone. If there are no physical defects to cause ill l health and prevent a gain, observance of the health rules by young or old will bring the desired result. Thoro physical examinations should be had every year or at the ,tory least every two years, and a dentist should ex- amine the mouth every six months so that the beginnings of .rouble may be found and corrected in time. The first step always is to eliminate any conditions which cause ill health or tend to make health impossible. A patient at one qf our Minnesota sanatoria who had spent three years in the sanatorium bravely battling * with tuberculosis ami finding progress slow and tedious when complimented on his recovery only replied, "Oh, if only I had known sooner, tf I had only realized the necessity for fre- quent medical examinations, I might] have relieved myself of much of the l hard up-hill fight" it's been." i Some strange trait in our nature[ makes it hard for us to take the les-i son from another's experiences, and i allows us to see the light only in the l bitter-aftermath of our indifference to} health. Rather than having to wake up to the necessary for regular physi-t cal examination when the body is run] down, let each of us resolve to select t a certain day of our calendar, set it f aside as Physical Examination Day,] and as patriotically as we celebrate the memory of the Independence of the United States on July 4th, go to a doctor and find out how well we l'O. [ ordinary physical examination t An seldom costs more than three dol- t lars. Even tho there may be noth- ing. wrono', it: surely worth that ,ount to know that one's health is up to the .tandard. There iu no need to elaborate on the saving of' money and comfm hi,:b resu!ts rom semi-annual visits to a (mntt. Anyone who has been obligated to have a tooth crowned or extracted because of decay of the tooth substance will realize full well that "a stitch in time saves nine." Then the daily life must be looked irto witi re;:'atxl to food, sleep, rest, eercise and play as well as work. The okt Go)man saying "Man i what he eats," is a true one. It is the food we eat that makes the bone, tmscle, and blood, and supplies heat and energy. Selection of food require as much thot at least as selection of dress. Every meal should contain some protein, fat, carbohydrate, vi- tamine, and mineral salts. The foods which contain all of these are es- pecially (!c.,ff, vble. All of the classes of foods are found in milk. Those who can should try to include soene milk in every meal. Fresh greet vegetables comain vitamines knd act a roughage, l-ats are found in :veets, fat af meat, egg yoke, 0ut- ter and cream. Bread, vegetables, cereals, s:arch and sugars include urbohydrates in their make-up. They, like fat. are made into heat and ener- ,.,:y. Children need re(re of the pro- tein food than z. kdts do, because I,r,tein adds r, ew 1 ,':ng substance and the childs ."r(r,,eth depend3 upon ,t. The adult needs (rely enough prot.qr. o replace the :.ubstarze he uses up. Nature's sweet nurse, as the poet calls sleep, sustains health. One set- ring out to gain health must count plenty of sleep a most important item. Every child should have not less than ten hohrs of sleep vw;ry night. Adnt.  can get along iih leas tha tlmt, but the five o six hours which "does," for so many is is not sleep enough to Uuild up and keep health at its maximum. A half- hour sleep during the (lay will re- fresh those "who have not had the necessary sleep at night, and if taken regularly after the nosn meal will ac- complish a great deal in building up the body. Rest in the form of com- plete relaxation is almost unknown to many Our livds are keyed up to the top notch. What wonder so many break down in their prime? Girls of adoles- cent age compete for scholarship, for social honors, and in athletics. Their days and nights also are so crowded that they do not allow for a .minute's more rest than they must have. Too many girls break down or have tu- berculosis between the ages of eigh- teen and twenty-eight. A young girl suffering from tuberculosis at one of the sanatorium blamed her break- down to the fact that she had so little rest. "I worked all day, and danced all night, until I just came to the breaking point," she explained, and added, "I just wish I could tell all the other girls who think they prefer pleasure to'rest that the price they will be forced to take if they keep on that way is too great. The dancea and parties you've gone to, mean very little when you know your health is gone." Rest of twenty minutes each (lay, preferably at noon will do much to offset fatigue which poisons the cells of the body and makes progress diffi- cult. The best recreation is exercise in the open air in the form of swim- ruing, rowing, tennis and other games, walking and horseback riding. Exer- cise refreshes the mind and imparts vigor. It, of course, has its limita- tions, over exercising is as bad .as ovaxworking. "All things in modera- tion" must be one of the ,mottos of those who seek efficiency thru health. The Minnesota Public Health Asso- ciation Journal. The other night as we passed two ladies of the colored race we over- heard the following: "Ya know that good fer nothin' Sambo, he drinks moonshine, gets drunk and that nigga won't work a lick," said a much disgusted "yella" gal. "Wal, Lizza, why don't you divorce him then ?" promptly asked the other. "Divorce him? What fo? You don't know that niggar, Sally. What's the use to divorce him when he ain't got the price of alimony ?" THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis,,Minnesota. Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at-- $1.50 to $2.00--Without Bath $2.00 to $5.00---With ]Bath --: ,d, With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection TRUCKING We are now prepared to haul your grain to the markets or to do any trucking that you may require. Satisfactory Service At A Reasonable Price. Jurgens & Company Phone 75 l! i I tl The man who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he. needs both. The real startin point of any business is: The time at which one begins systematic saving. If he begins right he opens a bank account and gradually builds up both his account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day for starting a business of your own th much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account--the lump sum will be here and ready for you when you want it. i, H, First National Bank" If you believe that your fate is in your own hands---then use your head. CLEVELAND SIX NDW Flavor|$ 00!28fi sealed in by toastin The New Price Sets It Apart From Competition Last September the Cleveland Six, with cord tires, sold for $1645. Now it sells for $129. JUST THINK Z No comparable car, either six or four, equals it for such a low price. Built in its own big modern plant by men of long experience in the building of fine automobiles, the Cleveland is of sturdy and dependable construc- tion. It excels in generous power and flexibility, A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy an girl of this city to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes and niekles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty IeI1 Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stuke, A't. Cashier. SOIL'SSTRENGTH. " IIHHIIIl!lllllllllmfllfliflHIImlHflHiiHHlllllllllla lllllllllllllllHmilllllllfllllflll and in its rare riding comfort. Cleveland bodies f,rming must be adopt- [j are of unusual beauty and finely finished. of this county at . SUcCess" Small grain i ' ' V ! he C' yigAyC on most of our land See t eveland Before Bu n n ar years that the soil has Sedan (Five Passengers) . . . $2295 Coupe (Four Passenllers).. $115 I that sweet clover is izer and a makes lc f. o. b. Or, roland 'e. All grain except be fed to cattle and . " . m. , r.qu.gmem ,s 00ogs enough VANCURA AUTO COMPANY ats and barley this from thefarmwould  ] Rrti tPl M as the price of --__ the price of  below the cost of  10th STREET AT FOURTH AVENUB  or farmer should eep to pick up the heads over the fields afer d to clean up the weedy Corners of the farm. and so are cattle. to get a start be- certain that cattle and advance in price very ntmber is much . MINNEAPOLIS i -_. The Northwest's Largest and Most Beautiful Hostelry All Room* are Outside and Each Room hi- Private Bauh TARIFF: . 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00Double $3.00 325 Rooms (Private Bath)Single at $2.50--Double $3.50 ' 200 Room (Private Baths) Single at $3 00--Double $4.00 Others from $4.00 to $15.00 i a mHmigHiH A. S. HALLS CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY CLEVELAND OHIO i\\; [, AUGUST 4 1921 THE ORTONVILI 1NDEPENDEIWE PAaz t 0rville Independent we must go into dairying E%'ERY sively to get the bet ult, and the bthe g Co* it will be for every one. Arrange- merits should be made to plOvide to fince this is no money in small grain Dlmnell. aing. Health Thru Jo Krch wa,.a Efficiency L. E. Luadgre GraceF. Kaereher Efficiency is the tatisman of the B. Xrthet The demand is for men and p to the utmost - Managing Editor , big or small is - Assoeiat There is no job too something of it, nor at the post office any psitlon so large that t mder the Act seriously injud thru The teacher, the busi or womsu, dtors, minis- toys, lawyers, d last and most Int. portant, the mothers and home mak- AppIItlon el'S, need every Our first duty to ourselves is to of r lives to be one's health is np to the stardard, . There , .o need to elshorate on the saving or money an4 to a ,,en,t. obligated to have a extracted bause of decay tooth substance 411 realize full *he,, the (:=' llfe must be h'to wth l'eald to food, see eel.cise nd play as well as work, 'he old (e, man saying "Man i what he eats," is a true one. It is the food we eat that makes the heue, ,:ntse(e, aml blood, and supphes heat and energy. Se}eetion of food qu;re Every meal should some pmtein, fat, carbohydrate, ramble, sad mineral salts The c(,nt,dn all of these are peeiaUy 0e,i,,ble. All of foods a, found in milk. who can should try to include se every meal Fresh greet itamiaes nd a roughage, lats are found i ,eets. fat of ,neat. egg yoke, but and c,em, l]e,t, vegetable,;, of the depleted the nat(onRl tasury. pple believe that E,p of the rail- Battleships }d market steel, good cux- nt y b- de the apppriation But how many n say, that cereals, saleh and sugs [NTER.STAT PARK. viewing thing from all angl, eir SUlbohydrates n theh makeup. They, ability could not be improved? Iay- he you  one pf the many who a Chihh'en ,eed , re of the pro- doing the best tey n, but ti food the1, .hdt do, becan easily, have headaches, o, perhaps[ hL a,ds new I':,,g substance ad level that will feel "trel,l ,a( :." You son,ehow lack; chhl t,,,th depend upon ,t navigatio, safe, besides the "pep" to go o,] and aocomplJsh! I'he adult need el, ly enough pl'otiv We would ug- the things you set out to do. h oth 'o rerlace the substal.: he us u0. an intestate er words, your h,ablty }s due not to Nature's swat nurse,  the pot t national ald, This would simply to 11 of cals seep, sustai.s health. One set- :e with the Flood You are not fulIy t,,,g out to ain health r ust co,Jot which recently has biemcient, because you have not the plenty cf sleep a most important Y the legal formation ell fuIl measmf health, item. Every child should ' and Conservancy District, No on* d allow pOOl" health to ess thn ten h,rs of sleep every , from Brows Vat- kee efclent. The- ,,ht. Ad,'t, en get along ,,ih Roosevelt w& an example of les t}a tt, hut the five to a blsinesslone whose ambition for success be- hours which "does," for  many is to asess for   with, the dteination to be is ot sleep euough to uild up and funds for the[ healthy. He pved that lit health keep health at its maximum. of dams, ations, can be oveorfie and strength and hem" sleep during me day will [ energy be put n its place. The a fresh those *who kava hot kvA levard aund B g Stone' a few simp}e roles of health whleh nessary slp at night and if taken r dyke and dam withl can be followed by everyone, l? there regularly after the nosn meal will ac- outlet would lalm' are no physical defect to cause ill  eomplih a gat deain buJdi,g up now a health aad pratt a gai. oSservance] the body. Rest in the form of corn and ltle of the health }es by young r old f pete lelaxton s almost uknown to the thost will bng the desd result. Thoro[my physical examinations should be hadl Our livd are keyed up to eas every, notch What wonder so ma y bak two years, and a dentist should ex-[ down in their prime? Grls of adoles- 7 as been take out amine the mouth every slx months}eent ae compete for scholarship, for so tha the beginnings of trouble may [ sial honors, a, time. The days aad nights ,st step always is to elimlnate any' that they do not allow r a mlnuto's And that is only , eonditns which cause ill health or tend to nake health impossible. A pUt at with tubereulis an fiiulig progress slow and tediou when cdmplfrtented only ! had known sner. If I had on hls overy only mplied, "Oh, if only realized the essi y for f-I quent medical examinations, I mght[ have lleved mylf of mueh of the[ hard up-hill figh it's been" , Some strge trmt in our .ature us to take the lea- son from another's experiene and allows us to s the light only in the Rather than having to wakell ' for gular physi- I down, let each of us resolve to select] to day of our calendar, set it much bette} aside  Physca Examnatio Day,[ look aftel and as patriotically as we eeleb, ate the mmory of the Independence ofl in all 4th, go to a d,tor and find out distressed con-! a. t erportio An rdlnary physil *inatlon i ' helpless mdldUle l ldom cot more than th do- feler is bunk. If, lars. En tho them may be oth-J L! must finan the rad- ig. wrong, it : sure, worth that, s take them er and and #re te pple cheap freight The boys are on- money d lets give it peril" flnanoJem, bm PeOple seems to make no m the atImhdttralom hat ogs FlavorTs JUST THINIt ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OP CHARGE. T]ds bmrk wants every boy  girl of tlu city to have one of these unique home safes. They wll help you save your dime aud kles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty 1 Bank. 5PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK C. J, St*at, Cuter. lm- Pldm H. A. Stueke, A't. C.er, rmthg must be adopt-  ' ' - all grain ' our IBnd that swat elor is gin ep* K / ....... O barley -- , he urh tel MINNEAPOLIS -- farmer  The Northwest'* Lrest and Most eautil Hestly All R.m..,e Ot,ld led B.e Rm ha, pHvat. Bk = r ...... l 200 Ioms(prvte Baths) 5i leat$$K-Dble fct.Oo get a start b 325 Rs (private Baths) Single at $2 Doble $3 .. bmtmmmtm,mmmm,mmtmtmmmhm 1 st th they must have. Toe many girls break down or have tu ereulosis between the ag of eigh. teen and twenth-eight. A young suffering tke sauatorium blame her bak- down to the ft that she had so littl st. '2 worked all day, all night, bakin pent," she explained, added, "I just wish other girls who think they prefel pleasure to'st that the price the will be fomi to take if they keep or that way s too great. and paraes you've gone you know your health gone." Rest of twenty mlnut each day preferably at noon will do much t offt fatigue which f the bmly and makes progress dim eu. he best aton is ' " ope air n the fo, of swim, ruing, rowing, tenis and other games ,alking and he.aback riding. Exer. and imparts .igor. It, of course, h teens, over exercising is as ovorkh, g. be one o( he ,mottos el seek efciency thru health The other night a. w e passed ladies of the colored race v heard the following: Ya know that gd far nothin': Samba, he drnks moonshine, ge  drank, Id at nigga won't work a ck," akl a much dlstod "yeIIa" al. "Wal !dzza, why don't you voe h(m then ?" promptly asked the other, : "Divorce hm? What fo? You I gar, Sally. got the price nf alimony " THE WEST HOTEL Mianea lie..41nn ot  Following t h e tnd in pris is ig rooms at-- $1.50 to $ $2,OO to $5.00With Isth With Moderate Priced -afe-- In Cenuti TRUCKING We are now prepared to haul your grain to the nlarkets or to do any trucking thtt you may require. Satisfactory Service At A Reasonable Price. Jurgens & Company Phone 75 The man who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he. needs both. The real startin point of any business is: The time at which one begins systematic saving. If he begins right he opens a bank account and gradually builds up both his account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day for starting a business of your own that much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do---whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account-the lump sum will be here and ready for you when you want it. First ., Bank" I ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA ] If you believe that your fate is in your own hand--then use your head. CLEVELAND SiX NDW $1295 The New Price Sets It Apart From Competition Last September the Cleveland Six, with cord tires, sold for $1645. Now it sells for $1295. No comparable car, either six or four, equals it for such a low price. Built in its own big modem plant by men of long experience in the budintt of fine automobiles, the Cleveland is of sturdy and dependable construc- tion. It excels in generous power and flexibility, and in its rare tiding comfort. Oevelond bodies are of unusual beauty and finely finished. See the Cleveland Before Buying Any Car Taurlng Car tve paeger) $1s Rdtee ('i*br Pmmet) $1 $edtn (FI Paner*) . . . $32S Coup (Four Pannikin).. f,t Four-inch Cord Tires Standard Equipment . VANCURA AUTO COMPANY or A. S: HALLS CLEVELAND AUTOMOaILE COMPANY CLEVELAND OHIO \\; THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ....... , .................................. i Ortonville Independent EVERY THITRSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. President Vice-president Lundgren, Seeretaty Walter Dinnell, Treasurer OF DIRECTORS John Kaercher Waiter Dirtnell 01son L.E. Lundgren Grace F. Kaercher A, B. Kaercher o' Managing Editor Associate Editor as second-class matter 1920, at the post office at under the Act of $2.00 PER YEAR Rates ot Application presentative INTER-STATE PARK. proposed that Big Stone a state park, and that to the plans which are con- will be provided to es- a Water level that will at all navigation safe, besides good. We would sug- be made an interstate national aid. This would m line with the Flood Con- which recently has been the legal formation of and Conservancy District, territory from Browns Val- Mississippi river, and which law is, in effect, a business with power to assess for to raise funds for the of dams, reservations, around Big Stone dyke and dam with outlet would reclaim lands which are now a make the lake and ljhe country one of the most ;ks in the state. COMPENSATION. has been taken out ot of the United States by since the transporta- as the Esch-Cummins And that is only a amount they are after. 10, }00 more has been I for war purposes. Yet I promised[ informed, m.ust because of the depleted the national treasury. people believe that the grip of the rail- steel trust. Battleships market for steel, and bopds make good securi- the administration no/t the national treasury be- raade the appropriations the soldiers who won paid first ? capital invested in aver which all the traffic of must pass and to which tribute is much better to look after than the indi- ors in all the differen t lut the distressed con- railroad corporations individuals as is all bunk If must finance the rail- take them over and it, and give the people the bills the benefit of and cheap freight and The boys are en- money and lets give it the "Yellow Peril" navy necessary. Non- Is no ,more danger of war is with Switzer- seems to do for an te billions for the steel corporatiou, big financiers, bu and bankruptcy facing People seems to make no the atiministration. are wondering is what road hogs they save.--Daw- below normal. We must go into dairying exten- sively to get the bet results, and the sooner we realize this fact, the better it will be for every one. Arrange- ments should be made to provide funds to finance this movement. There is no money in small grain arming. Health Thru Efficiency Efficiency is the talisman of the times. The demand is for men and women who will develop to the utmost whatever work, big or small, is en- trusted to them. There is no job too small to make something of it, nor any position so large that it cannot be seriously injured thlna inefficient management. The teacher, the busi- ness man or woman, doctors, minis- ters, lawyers, and last and most Im- portant, the mothers and home mak- ers, need every force which will make them efficient. Our first duty to ourselves is to make the most of our lives--to be efficient. But how many can say, that 1 viewing things fro all angles, their[ ability could not be improved? May-[ be you are one of the many who are] doing the best' they can, but tire I easily, have headaches, or perhaps t ,, , y I feel lceld back. ou somehow lack i the "pep" to go on and accomplish the things you set out to do. In oth- er words, your inability is due not to indifference but simply to lack: of health and energy. You are not fully efficient, because you have not the full measure of health. No one need allow poor health to keep him from betng efficient. The<)- dore Roosevelt was an example of one whose ambition for success be- gan with the determination to be healthy. He proved that ill health can be overcome and strength and energy be put in its place. There are a few simple rules of health which can be followed by everyone. If there are no physical defects to cause ill l health and prevent a gain, observance of the health rules by young or old will bring the desired result. Thoro physical examinations should be had every year or at the ,tory least every two years, and a dentist should ex- amine the mouth every six months so that the beginnings of .rouble may be found and corrected in time. The first step always is to eliminate any conditions which cause ill health or tend to make health impossible. A patient at one qf our Minnesota sanatoria who had spent three years in the sanatorium bravely battling * with tuberculosis ami finding progress slow and tedious when complimented on his recovery only replied, "Oh, if only I had known sooner, tf I had only realized the necessity for fre- quent medical examinations, I might] have relieved myself of much of the l hard up-hill fight" it's been." i Some strange trait in our nature[ makes it hard for us to take the les-i son from another's experiences, and i allows us to see the light only in the l bitter-aftermath of our indifference to} health. Rather than having to wake up to the necessary for regular physi-t cal examination when the body is run] down, let each of us resolve to select t a certain day of our calendar, set it f aside as Physical Examination Day,] and as patriotically as we celebrate the memory of the Independence of the United States on July 4th, go to a doctor and find out how well we l'O. [ ordinary physical examination t An seldom costs more than three dol- t lars. Even tho there may be noth- ing. wrono', it: surely worth that ,ount to know that one's health is up to the .tandard. There iu no need to elaborate on the saving of' money and comfm hi,:b resu!ts rom semi-annual visits to a (mntt. Anyone who has been obligated to have a tooth crowned or extracted because of decay of the tooth substance will realize full well that "a stitch in time saves nine." Then the daily life must be looked irto witi re;:'atxl to food, sleep, rest, eercise and play as well as work. The okt Go)man saying "Man i what he eats," is a true one. It is the food we eat that makes the bone, tmscle, and blood, and supplies heat and energy. Selection of food require as much thot at least as selection of dress. Every meal should contain some protein, fat, carbohydrate, vi- tamine, and mineral salts. The foods which contain all of these are es- pecially (!c.,ff, vble. All of the classes of foods are found in milk. Those who can should try to include soene milk in every meal. Fresh greet vegetables comain vitamines knd act a roughage, l-ats are found in :veets, fat af meat, egg yoke, 0ut- ter and cream. Bread, vegetables, cereals, s:arch and sugars include urbohydrates in their make-up. They, like fat. are made into heat and ener- ,.,:y. Children need re(re of the pro- tein food than z. kdts do, because I,r,tein adds r, ew 1 ,':ng substance and the childs ."r(r,,eth depend3 upon ,t. The adult needs (rely enough prot.qr. o replace the :.ubstarze he uses up. Nature's sweet nurse, as the poet calls sleep, sustains health. One set- ring out to gain health must count plenty of sleep a most important item. Every child should have not less than ten hohrs of sleep vw;ry night. Adnt.  can get along iih leas tha tlmt, but the five o six hours which "does," for so many is is not sleep enough to Uuild up and keep health at its maximum. A half- hour sleep during the (lay will re- fresh those "who have not had the necessary sleep at night, and if taken regularly after the nosn meal will ac- complish a great deal in building up the body. Rest in the form of com- plete relaxation is almost unknown to many Our livds are keyed up to the top notch. What wonder so many break down in their prime? Girls of adoles- cent age compete for scholarship, for social honors, and in athletics. Their days and nights also are so crowded that they do not allow for a .minute's more rest than they must have. Too many girls break down or have tu- berculosis between the ages of eigh- teen and twenty-eight. A young girl suffering from tuberculosis at one of the sanatorium blamed her break- down to the fact that she had so little rest. "I worked all day, and danced all night, until I just came to the breaking point," she explained, and added, "I just wish I could tell all the other girls who think they prefer pleasure to'rest that the price they will be forced to take if they keep on that way is too great. The dancea and parties you've gone to, mean very little when you know your health is gone." Rest of twenty minutes each (lay, preferably at noon will do much to offset fatigue which poisons the cells of the body and makes progress diffi- cult. The best recreation is exercise in the open air in the form of swim- ruing, rowing, tennis and other games, walking and horseback riding. Exer- cise refreshes the mind and imparts vigor. It, of course, has its limita- tions, over exercising is as bad .as ovaxworking. "All things in modera- tion" must be one of the ,mottos of those who seek efficiency thru health. The Minnesota Public Health Asso- ciation Journal. The other night as we passed two ladies of the colored race we over- heard the following: "Ya know that good fer nothin' Sambo, he drinks moonshine, gets drunk and that nigga won't work a lick," said a much disgusted "yella" gal. "Wal, Lizza, why don't you divorce him then ?" promptly asked the other. "Divorce him? What fo? You don't know that niggar, Sally. What's the use to divorce him when he ain't got the price of alimony ?" THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis,,Minnesota. Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at-- $1.50 to $2.00--Without Bath $2.00 to $5.00---With ]Bath --: ,d, With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection TRUCKING We are now prepared to haul your grain to the markets or to do any trucking that you may require. Satisfactory Service At A Reasonable Price. Jurgens & Company Phone 75 l! i I tl The man who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he. needs both. The real startin point of any business is: The time at which one begins systematic saving. If he begins right he opens a bank account and gradually builds up both his account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day for starting a business of your own th much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account--the lump sum will be here and ready for you when you want it. i, H, First National Bank" If you believe that your fate is in your own hands---then use your head. CLEVELAND SIX NDW Flavor|$ 00!28fi sealed in by toastin The New Price Sets It Apart From Competition Last September the Cleveland Six, with cord tires, sold for $1645. Now it sells for $129. JUST THINK Z No comparable car, either six or four, equals it for such a low price. Built in its own big modern plant by men of long experience in the building of fine automobiles, the Cleveland is of sturdy and dependable construc- tion. It excels in generous power and flexibility, A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy an girl of this city to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes and niekles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty IeI1 Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stuke, A't. Cashier. SOIL'SSTRENGTH. " IIHHIIIl!lllllllllmfllfliflHIImlHflHiiHHlllllllllla lllllllllllllllHmilllllllfllllflll and in its rare riding comfort. Cleveland bodies f,rming must be adopt- [j are of unusual beauty and finely finished. of this county at . SUcCess" Small grain i ' ' V ! he C' yigAyC on most of our land See t eveland Before Bu n n ar years that the soil has Sedan (Five Passengers) . . . $2295 Coupe (Four Passenllers).. $115 I that sweet clover is izer and a makes lc f. o. b. Or, roland 'e. All grain except be fed to cattle and . " . m. , r.qu.gmem ,s 00ogs enough VANCURA AUTO COMPANY ats and barley this from thefarmwould  ] Rrti tPl M as the price of --__ the price of  below the cost of  10th STREET AT FOURTH AVENUB  or farmer should eep to pick up the heads over the fields afer d to clean up the weedy Corners of the farm. and so are cattle. to get a start be- certain that cattle and advance in price very ntmber is much . MINNEAPOLIS i -_. 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