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PAGE 4 i i THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, t CORRELL NEWS + i 0 Rev. F. W. Agte was a business caller in Correll Monday, J. Luchsinger spent Sunday visit- ing relatives at Holloway. Mrs. LaSaile spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. C. , Jolmson. * P. W. Fruetel spet Sunday with his daughter at Ortonville. Fred Maynard was a business calll er in Minneapolis Saturday. P. D. Vaughan was a business call- er in Ortonville Wednesday. Miss Kathryn Fruetel visited her parents between trains Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wise visited rel- atives in Correll Monday night. Chas. Barie and family spent Sun- day visiting relatives at Dawson. Wm. Tibbets and son Dale of North Dakota visited in Correll Mon'y. A. A. DeWall and family motored to Ortonville on business Wednesday. J. Bell of Apple River, Ill., is look- ing after his farm interests near Cot- tell. S. H. Frizzelt and son Lester were business callers at Ortonville Wednes- +day. Mrs. Ethel Desk spent a few days visiting relatives at Linden Beach this week. Miss Fete Hudson of-Ortonville is spending a few days at Chas. Hudson home. Mrs. Helen Maynard and Mrs. Luchsinger motored to Ortonville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Classen of Big Stone City were callers in Correlt Tuesday. MrS. Helen Maynard departed Tues- day for Marshall where she will spen her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman and Miss Lizzie Birk were Appleton cal- lers Monday. Halley and Alice Johnson of Apple-] ton are visiting at the Johff Corde- man home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and Mrs. Helen Maynard were Appleton callers Thursday evening. Paul Hegge of North DakQta ano Chas, Hegge otBig Stoe City were callers in Correll Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kingsrider spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman. Mrs, Anne strtherland of St. Paul arrived Friday to take up her duties as hotsekeeper for I. C. Clapp. Mr. and Mrs. Wechsler and family motored to Brownton Wednesday where they will spend their vacation. Miss Nell R+ Vaughan, ecently of New Orleans, recently of New Or- leans, is visiting her sister Mrs. R. R. George. Tl'iseball garae between Clover- leaf aud Corell turned oub, quite favorably for the locals who wua by a score of 11 to 4+ t Mrs, P. W. Frueel hnd Matt !,uch - singer arrived home from Minneapolis Monday night where the latter had an operation performed on his eye. Lynn Woods drove out a new coup from Minneapolis Friday for the Or- tonville+American Legion which is raffling it at the Carnival given at OrtonvilIe on September 1, 2, and 3. +@ ?" NORTH PRIOR .j, O Herbert Keeler was an over Sunday guest at the E. Stosbery home, Elmer Stegner of Ortonville spent Sunday at the Bennie Stegner home. The E. O. Haznmerberg family vis- ited at the Victor Lewis home in Clin- ton Sunday. The Andrew Hanson young folks were visitors at the E. Hammerberg home Thursday evening. The Camp Fire Girls of Prior went out on a five o'clock hike Sunday morning. They had breakfast on the tlqp. Mrs. Alfred Hammer and Mrs. Ed. Gustafson and daughter Eleanor spent Saturday afternoon at the N. Lindman home. Mrs Charles Carlberg and daughtm Helen and Mrs. C. P. Wennblom spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Tom SeMitone. The Rudi, Reimers, Tom Hugo, Charles Schtimme, Engelkings, and Nakels had a picnic dinner at the lake last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Holmquist and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gustaf- ion and family visited at the Sol Gus- tafson home Sunday. Tt Stephney Ladie:' Aid gave a parcel shower in honor of Miss Az- alia Hastings last Friday afternoon. She received many beautiful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Swenson of Starlck and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gustatson and family were visitors at the Oscar Gustafson hmeSun- day. Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Ceray and children of Omaha, Neb., who have been visiting tt the Charles Sehlimme home left Monday morning for Brook- tugs, S. D. A very pleasant surprise was given last Sunday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stotesbery who were recently married by the Rev. Barr of Beards- ley, at the home of the bride's"par - ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Galtinger. A dainty lon was served and many beautiful preent were received. Mr. and Mrs, Stotesbery Will make their future home on the Jess Gaflinger farm by the lake. --Millinery Opening on Friday and + Saturday, August 19 and 20. I will 'q have on display my fine line of Fall and Winter Hats. Gage hats a spe- cialty-at Mrs. M. L. Whiting's. t, @ ODESSA 1 Mike Welde of Canton, S. D., ar- tired Saturday to visit his brQther C. Welde and family. Miss Anna Edqfiit left Saturday ,mrning to join a camping party a New London, Minnesota. Miss EIIa Maves returned to her work at the Kollitz's store Tuesday a/ter a three weeks vacation. Miss Anna Mews resigned her po- sition at Kollitzs store Saturday even- rag. Miss Lilly Mews has filled the vacancy. Ed. Pearson of St. Paul, arrived Monday to spend a few days with John Shellenbarger and Mrs. Fred Schuett. Otto Rakow returned from McLean, Neb., on Friday accompanied by his bride, formerly Miss Alma Herr- mann. A wedding supper was given in their honor at the ,home of the groom's mother Mrs. F. Rakow on Sunday evening. John A. Sauerf the Oaks cottage left for Huron, S. D. his home, on Thursday. Dr, E. J. Simon of St. Paul arrived at Douglas Hote,1 on Monday for a weeks outing. DISTRICi REPORTS INDEX ROAD WORK Superintendents ummarize Activities In Local Zone--Better Roads Cause Complaints. the Ivanhoe-Lake Benton section is Teachers Association. "Skirts and Then you didn't ask for v:cd mderway. The Roach Construe- middies or Peter Thompson dresse, No; when I went to lion Company, contractors on the 73,- either wool or cotton," are recom- father he was busy wltli 700 yard project moved 12,000 yards]mended for the students in the reso- during the first five weeks, lution. 'He called out to me to Reshaping and gravel surfacing of and ;,,fter watching his a l-mile section thru Clinton is --We have just received our new half an hour and hearin completed, f Fall and Winter stock of Palmer gar- said about coal, I decided A G-mile section near Canby has' ments..made up of the iatest models married. l:een sacrified and the officials state of suits mat coats in the be:t fai)rics. New construction and maintenance will be converted into an operations on state trunk highways under amendment No. 1 llan in this locality are briefly set fo in cur- rent bulletins from district mainte- nance superintendents. Policies of first providing good maintenance on all parts of the trunk route system and building up weak sections in long mileages of otherwise good roads have resulted in a gen- eral distribution of permanent im- provement projects and early general benefits, official figures show. Speeding Menaces Public Safety. Increasing complaints against the speeding menace on trunk routes reach the state highway department offices in St. Paul as go6d roads work Other corn- advances over the state. plaints are about the extra detour travel necessitated by numerous per- manent improvement projects. The Highway Department has 'neither authority nor funds to. police the trunk highways but will be glad to co-operate with local authorities. W. Valancy arrived at his cottage[officials say. Patrolmen are report- Saturday and will spend the remain- ing that automobile speeding endan- der of the season here. gers their lives and many travelers Mrs. John Emmke was hostess to complain of the evil. Counties em- a number of friends at a party at; ploying motorcycle deputies to en- their cottage this Monday. t force the speed laws that reports that Max Royal of Hm'on, S. D., at- roads are policed have good effect and rived at the Saner cottage and will that fine collections often exceed the spend the rest of the season here. t deputies' salaries. H. M. Barton is the "Turkey King" around here. He has succeeded in raising a large flock on his preseuce here. A 9-acre field of barley belongig to Mr: Douglas averaged 31 bushels l to the acre when threshed here this] week, the yield for the field being! 278 bushels. Harry Billsborrow left for Grace- ville Saturday after spending three weeks with the Valancy family. He will resume his work on the" Grace- vilte Enterprise. The Rumpel and Bless families left Monday morning in their cars for the home at Weston, Me. They stayed at Foster for severM weeks previously in the season and then made a trip o Winnepcg, Caneda, where they vis- ited with relatives. They returned soon after and have been staying at r'oster Beach since. 88th Division To Have Reunion At Camp Dodge Des Moines. Iowa, August 18, 1,921. .-The final touches are being given he big tent city formerly known as Camp Dodge, where so many Mimm- sota members of the 88t hDivision marched and hiked in '17 and '18 be- forthey crosd the tlantic. On Aug"ast 26, 27, and 23 the big 88th Division Renion will be held there, at which every man who trained at Camp Dodge will be welcome. A big Minnesota delegation is expected. Des ?doines committees have arranged free transportation between the city and camp. Reduced railway rates 'rom points in Minnesota to Des Moines and return, have beeri offered by all the railroads concerned. Ma- jor General William Weigel will be l there. That the use of detours is unavoid- able in connection with new construc- tion projects was reported by W. F. Rosenwald, chief maintenance engin- eer in the state department. Liberal allowances are made. to put and keep detours in good condition whenever possible, he said, but there is inco,- venience in many cases despite the best possible efforts. "But detour signs herald the coming of a good permanent road," he added. New Improvements Cut In Two. The state highway department has .been forced to postpone about half the permanent improvements planned this sea-on under the launching of the new amendment plan. Failure ell congress to make the expected fed- feral aid appertionment available for use this season ;s responsible for tht 1921 curtailment. Commissioner Babcock, after in- vestigating at Washington, is satis- fied that Minnesota will receive for 1921 and 1922 t;e usual $2.$40,000 rpportimment of federtd aid and, Carther, that no difficulty will be met in the government requirements. Accordingly, step.( m'e being take " ::se the [fMeral funds when eredit.: +,re fo,ltco:"+ilv._ it wt announced. :rod there will be no ser,,.us set-back The mare difference will be only" ihe ,,ostpo:enent of more th,'zn $2,225.000 of grading and gravel surfacing mm 7500.000 4f pavmg mn the highwa3 program for the first year. Trunk highway developments in this section include the following: Trunk Highway No. 6.--Grading on Drag Sundries Prices on all Items Below Include War Tax Woodbury Facial Soap, per chke..23c Packer's Tar Soap, per cake ...... 23c Resinot Soap, per cke .................. 23c having Soap ................... : 5c and 10c Tooth Brushes each ...... lOe 15c 19c 25c Pho-phy-!ac,tie Tooth Brushes ...... 49c Pebecco Tooth Paste .................... 4'7c Pepsodent Tooth Pte ................ 47e Rouge ................................................ 25c Neet .................................................... 47c Mum .................................................... 25e Woodbury Facial" Cream ....... f. ..... 25c Twin Lakes League Stars "In Tri-State Circuil Several carloads of fans drove to Wahpeton last Sunday and saw Wahpeton and Aberdeen break even in a double header, Aberdeen winning he first game 7 to 5 and Wahpeton- Breckenridge the second. 4 to 5, in +0 innings. Watts, formerly of Wheaten, started to pitch the first game for Aberdeen but was derlcked in the 8in frame. Harold Johnson pitched the second game and won for Bathasweet ........................................ 50c Wahpeton, but it looked like he was Pond's Vanishing Cream .............. 40c pretty lucky.--Gracevitle Enterprise. Hind's Honey & Almond Cream 50c The lightning' bug probably rigged Mulsified Coacoanut Oil Shampoo 59c himself up that way so he would have m excuse to give-Mrs.,Bug for being out nights. New Beacon BlanketsIndian Blankets and Bath Robes at New Low Prices. The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. La Blache Face Powder ................ 70c Pussywillow Face Powder ............ 50c Swan Down Face Powder ............ 25c Tyler's Variety Store ORTONVILLE MINN. m Announcement We wish to announce that we have moved our business to the place formerly occupied+'by the Central Meat Market in the Orlon Block. We will continue our established policy of giv- ing our customers the best in goods and service. Ortonville Meat Market LUNDSTROM & GEISEL, Porps. excellent road. Trunk Highway No. 12. A scari- fying outfit has started improvement of the Montevideo-Dawson section. '2,. big' ractor drawing a heavy blade and aft elevating grader are re- shaping a stretch near Dawson. Bridges on the Montevideo and Clara City seetibns have been repaint- ed ,and repaired. Official markers yellow stars with numbers and background in black-- stencilled on the Gral;ite Falls and Madison section. Trunk Highway No. 14.--Nearly 20 miles stretching west from Redwood Valls to Vesta treated with new grav- el surfacing; also 2-mile section near Marshall. Trunk Highway No. 17.--Reshaping completed on 14 mile section near Marshall. Graveling operations cover 3-mile stretch near Marshall and 4 miles near Cottonwood. Officially marked between Garvin and Granite Falls. Trunk ..Highway ..No...26.--Under adequate maintenance and marked between Odessa and Benson. Trunk ..Highway .No. ..48.--Two crews resurfacing 33 mile section ex- tending east from Canby. Much of the route was scarifyed and packing again is rapidly becoming a good highway. Trunk Highway No. 66.--Also under adequate maintenance and marked between Montevideo and Appleton. F. O. Nelson, Montevideo, district superintendent, is credited with an ex- cellent showing and a larger amount of special work has been done in this district than any other in" the state. After thoro investigations on pecial projects, his recommendations have been approved hy the state depart- mevt and it is believed the result will be fully up to the expectations. Totals for the first 90-dy period in the district include more than 60 miles of regraveling, 22 miles of re- shapig and l0 miles of scarifying, all toward building better working foundations. Little Vails High Baos Short Skirts "Silk stockins, thin wai,t, hiffh heels, extremely short skirts ar:d short sleeve, excesaive u=e of t+o: der ;++rid elaht)r3te hah'dressinff" :Ire for-: I,(l(l+,r ; the IAit;e Fa]!" high school ! lln(lor 11 o(!;nl; of l[hn }loavd of edllea- + [tion. Tiae order, which was in thel 'form of a resolu;ion. WOS adopted on'| * I reeommendnti,m" of the Parents and i[ SPECIFY our lumbox in your building plans. rou will not only find that you receive a high quality of merchandise but that you come, On contact with folks whose business principles are quite correct. Let us get ac- quainted with your building plans. Geier Lumber Co. I i i i Come in and inspect them. Store Co-operative C. I Pioneer Yello\\;vston e Crepe 3 rolls for 25c. Tvler's Reno Yellow Mixing 25 per cent Discount Get Yours-While They C. SAEGER Phone 37. SWEATERS THIS is the time of the L when the sweater is the ular choice of all for ge wear. Just the thing to s in the evening when the ' snappy. Comfortable, and to wear than a coat. If you want to see the styles and color designs, Fine Values to our store.and look over Priced from assortment of new includes the V-Neck, $1.0 :ithout the collar, a *to model, Sweater Coats, overs, Jersey Sweaters, $'12.00 Shaker Knit: GROSENICK' The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Is Your Home In Cold Weather If not, then let us tell rou the EMPEROR FURNACE will heat comfortably at all the heat is delivered to rooms--not up the chimney the basement. Takes but little fuel to this furnace as there is t ly no waste of heat. ROOMS WARM--BASEMENT AUGUST L -* ORTONVILLE PAGE 4 i i THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, t CORRELL NEWS + i 0 Rev. F. W. Agte was a business caller in Correll Monday, J. Luchsinger spent Sunday visit- ing relatives at Holloway. Mrs. LaSaile spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. C. , Jolmson. * P. W. Fruetel spet Sunday with his daughter at Ortonville. Fred Maynard was a business calll er in Minneapolis Saturday. P. D. Vaughan was a business call- er in Ortonville Wednesday. Miss Kathryn Fruetel visited her parents between trains Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wise visited rel- atives in Correll Monday night. Chas. Barie and family spent Sun- day visiting relatives at Dawson. Wm. Tibbets and son Dale of North Dakota visited in Correll Mon'y. A. A. DeWall and family motored to Ortonville on business Wednesday. J. Bell of Apple River, Ill., is look- ing after his farm interests near Cot- tell. S. H. Frizzelt and son Lester were business callers at Ortonville Wednes- +day. Mrs. Ethel Desk spent a few days visiting relatives at Linden Beach this week. Miss Fete Hudson of-Ortonville is spending a few days at Chas. Hudson home. Mrs. Helen Maynard and Mrs. Luchsinger motored to Ortonville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Classen of Big Stone City were callers in Correlt Tuesday. MrS. Helen Maynard departed Tues- day for Marshall where she will spen her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman and Miss Lizzie Birk were Appleton cal- lers Monday. Halley and Alice Johnson of Apple-] ton are visiting at the Johff Corde- man home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and Mrs. Helen Maynard were Appleton callers Thursday evening. Paul Hegge of North DakQta ano Chas, Hegge otBig Stoe City were callers in Correll Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kingsrider spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman. Mrs, Anne strtherland of St. Paul arrived Friday to take up her duties as hotsekeeper for I. C. Clapp. Mr. and Mrs. Wechsler and family motored to Brownton Wednesday where they will spend their vacation. Miss Nell R+ Vaughan, ecently of New Orleans, recently of New Or- leans, is visiting her sister Mrs. R. R. George. Tl'iseball garae between Clover- leaf aud Corell turned oub, quite favorably for the locals who wua by a score of 11 to 4+ t Mrs, P. W. Frueel hnd Matt !,uch - singer arrived home from Minneapolis Monday night where the latter had an operation performed on his eye. Lynn Woods drove out a new coup from Minneapolis Friday for the Or- tonville+American Legion which is raffling it at the Carnival given at OrtonvilIe on September 1, 2, and 3. +@ ?" NORTH PRIOR .j, O Herbert Keeler was an over Sunday guest at the E. Stosbery home, Elmer Stegner of Ortonville spent Sunday at the Bennie Stegner home. The E. O. Haznmerberg family vis- ited at the Victor Lewis home in Clin- ton Sunday. The Andrew Hanson young folks were visitors at the E. Hammerberg home Thursday evening. The Camp Fire Girls of Prior went out on a five o'clock hike Sunday morning. They had breakfast on the tlqp. Mrs. Alfred Hammer and Mrs. Ed. Gustafson and daughter Eleanor spent Saturday afternoon at the N. Lindman home. Mrs Charles Carlberg and daughtm Helen and Mrs. C. P. Wennblom spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Tom SeMitone. The Rudi, Reimers, Tom Hugo, Charles Schtimme, Engelkings, and Nakels had a picnic dinner at the lake last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Holmquist and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gustaf- ion and family visited at the Sol Gus- tafson home Sunday. Tt Stephney Ladie:' Aid gave a parcel shower in honor of Miss Az- alia Hastings last Friday afternoon. She received many beautiful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Swenson of Starlck and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gustatson and family were visitors at the Oscar Gustafson hmeSun- day. Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Ceray and children of Omaha, Neb., who have been visiting tt the Charles Sehlimme home left Monday morning for Brook- tugs, S. D. A very pleasant surprise was given last Sunday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stotesbery who were recently married by the Rev. Barr of Beards- ley, at the home of the bride's"par - ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Galtinger. A dainty lon was served and many beautiful preent were received. Mr. and Mrs, Stotesbery Will make their future home on the Jess Gaflinger farm by the lake. --Millinery Opening on Friday and + Saturday, August 19 and 20. I will 'q have on display my fine line of Fall and Winter Hats. Gage hats a spe- cialty-at Mrs. M. L. Whiting's. t, @ ODESSA 1 Mike Welde of Canton, S. D., ar- tired Saturday to visit his brQther C. Welde and family. Miss Anna Edqfiit left Saturday ,mrning to join a camping party a New London, Minnesota. Miss EIIa Maves returned to her work at the Kollitz's store Tuesday a/ter a three weeks vacation. Miss Anna Mews resigned her po- sition at Kollitzs store Saturday even- rag. Miss Lilly Mews has filled the vacancy. Ed. Pearson of St. Paul, arrived Monday to spend a few days with John Shellenbarger and Mrs. Fred Schuett. Otto Rakow returned from McLean, Neb., on Friday accompanied by his bride, formerly Miss Alma Herr- mann. A wedding supper was given in their honor at the ,home of the groom's mother Mrs. F. Rakow on Sunday evening. John A. Sauerf the Oaks cottage left for Huron, S. D. his home, on Thursday. Dr, E. J. Simon of St. Paul arrived at Douglas Hote,1 on Monday for a weeks outing. DISTRICi REPORTS INDEX ROAD WORK Superintendents ummarize Activities In Local Zone--Better Roads Cause Complaints. the Ivanhoe-Lake Benton section is Teachers Association. "Skirts and Then you didn't ask for v:cd mderway. The Roach Construe- middies or Peter Thompson dresse, No; when I went to lion Company, contractors on the 73,- either wool or cotton," are recom- father he was busy wltli 700 yard project moved 12,000 yards]mended for the students in the reso- during the first five weeks, lution. 'He called out to me to Reshaping and gravel surfacing of and ;,,fter watching his a l-mile section thru Clinton is --We have just received our new half an hour and hearin completed, f Fall and Winter stock of Palmer gar- said about coal, I decided A G-mile section near Canby has' ments..made up of the iatest models married. l:een sacrified and the officials state of suits mat coats in the be:t fai)rics. New construction and maintenance will be converted into an operations on state trunk highways under amendment No. 1 llan in this locality are briefly set fo in cur- rent bulletins from district mainte- nance superintendents. Policies of first providing good maintenance on all parts of the trunk route system and building up weak sections in long mileages of otherwise good roads have resulted in a gen- eral distribution of permanent im- provement projects and early general benefits, official figures show. Speeding Menaces Public Safety. Increasing complaints against the speeding menace on trunk routes reach the state highway department offices in St. Paul as go6d roads work Other corn- advances over the state. plaints are about the extra detour travel necessitated by numerous per- manent improvement projects. The Highway Department has 'neither authority nor funds to. police the trunk highways but will be glad to co-operate with local authorities. W. Valancy arrived at his cottage[officials say. Patrolmen are report- Saturday and will spend the remain- ing that automobile speeding endan- der of the season here. gers their lives and many travelers Mrs. John Emmke was hostess to complain of the evil. Counties em- a number of friends at a party at; ploying motorcycle deputies to en- their cottage this Monday. t force the speed laws that reports that Max Royal of Hm'on, S. D., at- roads are policed have good effect and rived at the Saner cottage and will that fine collections often exceed the spend the rest of the season here. t deputies' salaries. H. M. Barton is the "Turkey King" around here. He has succeeded in raising a large flock on his preseuce here. A 9-acre field of barley belongig to Mr: Douglas averaged 31 bushels l to the acre when threshed here this] week, the yield for the field being! 278 bushels. Harry Billsborrow left for Grace- ville Saturday after spending three weeks with the Valancy family. He will resume his work on the" Grace- vilte Enterprise. The Rumpel and Bless families left Monday morning in their cars for the home at Weston, Me. They stayed at Foster for severM weeks previously in the season and then made a trip o Winnepcg, Caneda, where they vis- ited with relatives. They returned soon after and have been staying at r'oster Beach since. 88th Division To Have Reunion At Camp Dodge Des Moines. Iowa, August 18, 1,921. .-The final touches are being given he big tent city formerly known as Camp Dodge, where so many Mimm- sota members of the 88t hDivision marched and hiked in '17 and '18 be- forthey crosd the tlantic. On Aug"ast 26, 27, and 23 the big 88th Division Renion will be held there, at which every man who trained at Camp Dodge will be welcome. A big Minnesota delegation is expected. Des ?doines committees have arranged free transportation between the city and camp. Reduced railway rates 'rom points in Minnesota to Des Moines and return, have beeri offered by all the railroads concerned. Ma- jor General William Weigel will be l there. That the use of detours is unavoid- able in connection with new construc- tion projects was reported by W. F. Rosenwald, chief maintenance engin- eer in the state department. Liberal allowances are made. to put and keep detours in good condition whenever possible, he said, but there is inco,- venience in many cases despite the best possible efforts. "But detour signs herald the coming of a good permanent road," he added. New Improvements Cut In Two. The state highway department has .been forced to postpone about half the permanent improvements planned this sea-on under the launching of the new amendment plan. Failure ell congress to make the expected fed- feral aid appertionment available for use this season ;s responsible for tht 1921 curtailment. Commissioner Babcock, after in- vestigating at Washington, is satis- fied that Minnesota will receive for 1921 and 1922 t;e usual $2.$40,000 rpportimment of federtd aid and, Carther, that no difficulty will be met in the government requirements. Accordingly, step.( m'e being take " ::se the [fMeral funds when eredit.: +,re fo,ltco:"+ilv._ it wt announced. :rod there will be no ser,,.us set-back The mare difference will be only" ihe ,,ostpo:enent of more th,'zn $2,225.000 of grading and gravel surfacing mm 7500.000 4f pavmg mn the highwa3 program for the first year. Trunk highway developments in this section include the following: Trunk Highway No. 6.--Grading on Drag Sundries Prices on all Items Below Include War Tax Woodbury Facial Soap, per chke..23c Packer's Tar Soap, per cake ...... 23c Resinot Soap, per cke .................. 23c having Soap ................... : 5c and 10c Tooth Brushes each ...... lOe 15c 19c 25c Pho-phy-!ac,tie Tooth Brushes ...... 49c Pebecco Tooth Paste .................... 4'7c Pepsodent Tooth Pte ................ 47e Rouge ................................................ 25c Neet .................................................... 47c Mum .................................................... 25e Woodbury Facial" Cream ....... f. ..... 25c Twin Lakes League Stars "In Tri-State Circuil Several carloads of fans drove to Wahpeton last Sunday and saw Wahpeton and Aberdeen break even in a double header, Aberdeen winning he first game 7 to 5 and Wahpeton- Breckenridge the second. 4 to 5, in +0 innings. Watts, formerly of Wheaten, started to pitch the first game for Aberdeen but was derlcked in the 8in frame. Harold Johnson pitched the second game and won for Bathasweet ........................................ 50c Wahpeton, but it looked like he was Pond's Vanishing Cream .............. 40c pretty lucky.--Gracevitle Enterprise. Hind's Honey & Almond Cream 50c The lightning' bug probably rigged Mulsified Coacoanut Oil Shampoo 59c himself up that way so he would have m excuse to give-Mrs.,Bug for being out nights. New Beacon BlanketsIndian Blankets and Bath Robes at New Low Prices. The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. La Blache Face Powder ................ 70c Pussywillow Face Powder ............ 50c Swan Down Face Powder ............ 25c Tyler's Variety Store ORTONVILLE MINN. m Announcement We wish to announce that we have moved our business to the place formerly occupied+'by the Central Meat Market in the Orlon Block. We will continue our established policy of giv- ing our customers the best in goods and service. Ortonville Meat Market LUNDSTROM & GEISEL, Porps. excellent road. Trunk Highway No. 12. A scari- fying outfit has started improvement of the Montevideo-Dawson section. '2,. big' ractor drawing a heavy blade and aft elevating grader are re- shaping a stretch near Dawson. Bridges on the Montevideo and Clara City seetibns have been repaint- ed ,and repaired. Official markers yellow stars with numbers and background in black-- stencilled on the Gral;ite Falls and Madison section. Trunk Highway No. 14.--Nearly 20 miles stretching west from Redwood Valls to Vesta treated with new grav- el surfacing; also 2-mile section near Marshall. Trunk Highway No. 17.--Reshaping completed on 14 mile section near Marshall. Graveling operations cover 3-mile stretch near Marshall and 4 miles near Cottonwood. Officially marked between Garvin and Granite Falls. Trunk ..Highway ..No...26.--Under adequate maintenance and marked between Odessa and Benson. Trunk ..Highway .No. ..48.--Two crews resurfacing 33 mile section ex- tending east from Canby. Much of the route was scarifyed and packing again is rapidly becoming a good highway. Trunk Highway No. 66.--Also under adequate maintenance and marked between Montevideo and Appleton. F. O. Nelson, Montevideo, district superintendent, is credited with an ex- cellent showing and a larger amount of special work has been done in this district than any other in" the state. After thoro investigations on pecial projects, his recommendations have been approved hy the state depart- mevt and it is believed the result will be fully up to the expectations. Totals for the first 90-dy period in the district include more than 60 miles of regraveling, 22 miles of re- shapig and l0 miles of scarifying, all toward building better working foundations. Little Vails High Baos Short Skirts "Silk stockins, thin wai,t, hiffh heels, extremely short skirts ar:d short sleeve, excesaive u=e of t+o: der ;++rid elaht)r3te hah'dressinff" :Ire for-: I,(l(l+,r ; the IAit;e Fa]!" high school ! lln(lor 11 o(!;nl; of l[hn }loavd of edllea- + [tion. Tiae order, which was in thel 'form of a resolu;ion. WOS adopted on'| * I reeommendnti,m" of the Parents and i[ SPECIFY our lumbox in your building plans. rou will not only find that you receive a high quality of merchandise but that you come, On contact with folks whose business principles are quite correct. Let us get ac- quainted with your building plans. Geier Lumber Co. I i i i Come in and inspect them. Store Co-operative C. I Pioneer Yello\\;vston e Crepe 3 rolls for 25c. Tvler's Reno Yellow Mixing 25 per cent Discount Get Yours-While They C. SAEGER Phone 37. SWEATERS THIS is the time of the L when the sweater is the ular choice of all for ge wear. Just the thing to s in the evening when the ' snappy. Comfortable, and to wear than a coat. If you want to see the styles and color designs, Fine Values to our store.and look over Priced from assortment of new includes the V-Neck, $1.0 :ithout the collar, a *to model, Sweater Coats, overs, Jersey Sweaters, $'12.00 Shaker Knit: GROSENICK' The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Is Your Home In Cold Weather If not, then let us tell rou the EMPEROR FURNACE will heat comfortably at all the heat is delivered to rooms--not up the chimney the basement. Takes but little fuel to this furnace as there is t ly no waste of heat. ROOMS WARM--BASEMENT AUGUST L -* ORTONVILLE PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPRNDENT .. , = . the Ivanhoe-Lake Benton section is! Teachers Association. "Skirts and Then l j CORRELL NEWS ODESSA ,DITRh;! Kv.V0RTK ...... .................... m ............................ i ..... -- -- ;. --  tlon Comply, contractors oll the 73,- ether wool or colt n," a om-i w b s. Rev. F. W Ate wa a bus hess I Mke Wede of Can on, S D, a- |ltTlplY Dt rt liTftDl/1700 a(I project noved I2,000 yards[ nended for he s uden n he rose- father he as u ) w[fl{ er Carrel Monday I .ved SaShay to *it  hter IIMJLA KOAD ItWRIV -, ,;g e  s  ..... ks " I'n .... .o ea,,, an,  ,,e tc J, Luchs nger pent unday vislt] G We de and family  : ibesim t ng an g'ave surae ng of h no and *filer wal hmg his : ing relativ at HollOWly Miss Ann Edqlt left Saturday , i en en s *mmmmariu %etivi es * la mile section thlu Clinton is! --We a'e just ecelve nl w ],af an hour and hearing s pter wMr Frue eC  JohnsOnsumay " I > 'ew London Minne ota. "" - :aso m' p;laint . A 6 erie ............ Ca ,. taeh  nment'mts and enatmade np o mth'tae he t ]a 'st t ,ncs'(" e/, rnnt lied. ' spl wh] M E a Maven reused o he een an e o cn  I "t , 11  ------ me in .un/ ispee , e el :,, o, e s dughtr at OrtotlVl e york at he KoH tz's store Tuesday ..  I n n e  e onv e o a ex e e I ' . , ..... F ed MaY nald was a business ca u er a th ee week vacat on .ew cons-rue.lea an( m,u e ann iond. tote Co.opelatlvc ( lO!S ler ::,c : ..... i ................ M ........................... P31(at ' n s ?in s tt ot i  nkpl. l:ltg ht'i i ......................... ........... P. D. Vaughan was a blness call- , o at Ko zs s ore Satur ay eve - iallty al e blieflv set o*{.'ft eu .-] lying outfit has started nnprvement erin Oronv Wed esday MssL -M h fled he i trier "t [ of he .one eo-)awso ee o . n'g. i i y es as e t bu e ns tom s man] e- , n,g a e y Miss Kathryn Fruetel VlSl her vacancy nanee supeYhltendents .... :,;4 ;tt; (taw i ac. ................................................................................... Reno Yellow Mn and Mrs. Ch Wi iuited 1- Monday to spend a few days wlth maintenance on all pals of the tlunk shaping a stretch near Damson. tives in Correll Monday night. John Sheilenbarger id Mrs. Fred inure syatem d building up weak lh'i,lges on the Cl. Bade and family spent Sun- Schaet sections in long mileages of otherwise Cla,n Ct, seel 0 Wm, Tibheta d n Dle of North Nob-, on Friday aompan/ed by his oral distribution of perment im Offichd markers--yellow Dakota visited in Corll Monaay bride, forenerly Miss Alma }{err- provemen t projects and early general A A DeWMI trod, fmily motored ma" A wedding slipper w given benefits, official figus show. the Granite Falls and I in their honor at the home of the Speeding Menes Publ e Safety. Trek Highway No. 14 Nearly 20 to Ortonville on business Wednesday. groom, s mother M F. Rakow on l Inereing complaints RgMnst e J ......... pl ............. look-  ............. ] ..... ;ekp ........... 25 per cent lag ...... farm ........ Co. 1,: ge stelteCigla artmet ........... lll, 4 offices in St Paul as good roads work S" H Fli=el[ and son Leat .... I I FOSTER II ad .......... the sta t- Oth .... Marshalh b ...... e .... Olnvi]]e Wed ........ p'am ...... b ................ " ................. Reshaping Discount day John A Saue of the oaks cottage b umerous i completed on I4 mile section f da s " r hi home on l travel neeett#tted y n pe - Mrs. Ethel Donk spent a ew y left for Huron, S D. s , ent m r vement o'ts arshal]. vJs [ting ltves at Linden Beach this r i ,.r y s "The H wa,- D ;.  . ;t h, '' T " .,r .ti ......... week. . . . . Dr, E. J. Sign of St. Paul alved neither authority nor funds t police near Marshall and 4 Miss Feme ltudn o5 Orlon tile s t Dougla Hotel o M day for a k h h  s but Ii be lad udn a . n on i the trun ig w y w g Officially marked between pendlng a few days at Chas. ..vk outing . . : to co-operate with local authorities, ho. W, Valency arrwed at hts cottage file' s " " Pa I e a* re art- Falls. M Hole. [aynard and M ......... day and will spend th ...... :g Ih.tZ.,l]  ';,]. " Tr..k, Highway Luehger ,toted to Ortonvillo der of the season here . le ale une maintenance and gers their hves and my trave betwee Odessa MondgY I Mr John Emmke was hostess to complain of the evil Counties em ., n . and Bepson. B s. . trunk . Highway No 48Two ' 1"1 ............. d ........... )) .................... I f b. SAEGER Mr.d ea]le in Cov] . , eews lesm aemg  mue aeolian ex Stone cxt were t t thel r cottage thls Monday  force he spd laws that ports that , , . tending east fm Canby lIuch of - v m . . - o s a ave o an . . T's?]iel ...... a depad ..... vxatRtalS:ferneotg s a aI l that' n: :"ie'Ios aa22eex2,] th : rou:: =:id];ary:d na pank,ng Phone 37. day for arsha]l where she wlll spen.d span d the rest of the season here I deput es' shier es  - p . omln a good her vatlom H B Ira Is the "Tu ke KJ ,,! That thn use of detours is unavoid- highway.. Mr. and Mr T. A. Zimmerman and M, a" n r y ng ah I n tie with ow cons ue- Trmtk Highway No. 66.--Alsoumler Mis Liz e B rk ere App e on ell- around he, He has suded in lion I oct a 1 rted bv W F adequate maintenance and marked g a large flock on h pve P  p . Monda ra n is ] o s w s o . . betwee n 1 ontevldeo and App e o le y . . , Roselwald, chic[ nmmtenance engm-  . . Halley and AIx Johann of Apple here.  F. O Nel on, Montevideo, dlstret . ,. A 9 ae field 1 helot  eer in the state department. Liberal t. a t g at the John C rde of bar ey Ig ng i t ut d ken nnperintendeat, o mSl m o . i b he[* allowances ale nlae o p II man home this wek i o Mr Doug as averaged 3 u eellent shewing and a /arger .nonnt . . . idetouts in good condition whenever  ' Mr and Mr M ke Luehs nger and to the acl when threshed here thl i . of special work has been done the yield for tile field being p osslble, he sanl, but there s met.,,- district than any other iff the state.  Mr Helen Maynard AppIeton wsek venienee m many cases dexplte the Afte r the,re invstim,tlms on pecial callers Thursday evenmg. 278 bushels, heat pastil,In effnrts "Rut detour ........ ...... eh ........................................ s ................................ ...... J .......... /}Q. "th the  s ef m I e P erment road, he added been applnved h the llers i Carroll Tuesday. weeks wl Va aney aml y.  New lmprovetnems Cut lit Two ment and it i belleved the k / wilt he fully ul (i ......... Ed ............................. h ........... he'Grace, ............................... T ................................. [ ( / Sunday wlth the letter's are,,t, Mr. ilte Ente, plise, eo force to pos p ne abou ha tl I t t T I I ft ,e sr,c ,ncude mo, e h 60 d Mr T. A. Ziean. The Rumpel and Bless faro es e the permanent mmrovements phnne, r ( h . mHes o ,,-,a,,eTh, 2'2 n, ilo ,,f , Mondaymoramgmt ereasf r e th,se*nunderhelaunchmgofthe ba d, e,d 10 ' I artl-.urJ Friday to take up her duties on, a o, . i s a. a I ne am ,a oven u, ,1,, etter ,.kn, as hoekper for 1. C. Clapp. Foster for several eeks plevn, s y congress to ,nalce tile exacted fed- f I t t . otn(a on Mr. and Mrs. Wechsler and family in the season and thin, made a rip e,'al aal ap,e,t,onmen ava,lahle for own epc Ona, a, wlnrethey is- se hsseaso report, he for   . .... red ......................... . wth ...... 'lh .................... "1 ':lkale tlgh B,I ts Short gklrt, where they will spend their aeation oon after and have been stay ng a Clele ssione,. Babcock after in I s "n]s' In wlt% hh Miss Nell R, Vaughan, recently of Foster Beach since, ivetlaating at Washrntnn is atis h.ls o,r,,e: hc, rt s:ls ar(t New 0['Nn . recentl ol Ne 0r-i ,_ lfil hnt'Minneota will receive for Mpn see'e'exesleuenfl' ?or eaS  V t ng h' siael" Mrs" R" 88th Division To Have 62 and e e u u  b  i' nll oh, ,,,,te bn.hoi..' :ire rof R George .......... : ' : ,,.r e i,, ,tl F, h,rh ,'ho,,, ' =;,erten,l ,,f f,l, ral :d a,l,  r t : T . g, t'een (toe- Reunmn At Camp Dodge ,rather tha no d tl u t,. ,ill i. ,it: m"' :) rdw n !b '?',"d of edn,'t , e  ' . . io n ]C fi(1, %D](n Wa nl i Y 4 i ] e na nleh az },elng givnn e n i i ir },: cp .ill i11]g a : om  * : { lb, Pnlen aml by aorn of to . , f k ' , e h,- e e u ev R I }le bl tent ci y 8liner V hewn a -- .... Mrs P  F eT a,, la t Tuch D he ,c fo H,,,,,:,i: ,I ,,, ani,oureeu. ---- si get arrve onefomMn e po s amp tgt.  e o hanoi  'nn- c e . b , o a  embers of the 8t i islon t Me day dgh shore t)e latter ha an ehe a k - a , g be he ilnn/ dill(ence n :1 be on;, th OU II]L opera on performed on s eye la * m u et n , n/ . . e o e ),>2 O, .  T i olo t}K3 elo.d the .t}antlc. On f  ; .... ...... ynll Woorts drove out a new eoup Auwds t 2G, 7, a t 2f the b g Sg }1 ') 1 in Z l/d yrnve/ surf; n 1R nm from Minallls Fh-iday for the Oi-] Di,,ision Reunion will be hehl there, "00,0 t nf pnlr,p m the hthco 3 T]i S is tle tinle Of the I x hea the sweater is tonille America llOr, whieh isl t wbleh every man who tlaned a ;tlnln fol lhe flint 5ear. 'alOng a he Curniva given at[('ampl)odgel,/bewecone Ab Tlunk highway development i , , . . . thls eolian r, I te he fain, by arterial}In nn Septembel 1, 2. and 3. blmnesnta delegation lg expected. Dos  H" k -- 4n e corm ee have a "anged r"n  ihway o. 6.--Gladmg ol .?l ,';ee t,ao+o,taion b,*,,een th ot, ! ' ;!nnd camp. Reded ,ailway rates I. -- 1" | \\; -- i,,n p .... Mn,e.o to De JDrllp ,nnanog snapp3 Herbmt Keelm wa an ove Sunday Moine and retmn have been offeled --- ......... gue t at the E S otenber, home b II the rsih'oad oncernoA Ma : ' i II ltc B I 1 I ,  5 a , s I r es ,n a ms e ow ne ude Elmer Stegnnr of Ortonvdle spent' iol Genezal William Weigel wall .e War Tax Sunday at the Bennle Stegner home The E. O. H,merberg family xqs- lted at the Victor Lewis hume in Cli,,- ton Sunday. The Andrew Hanson youug folks were vistom at the E. Hammerbe home Thursday evening. The Camp Fhe Girls of Prior went ant on a We o'clock hke San(lay moing. They had bakfat on the trip. Mrs. Alfred Hammer and Mrs. Ed, Gnstason and daughter Eleanor spent Saturday anelmnon at the N. Lindma. home, M Charles Cariberg and daughtel Helen and Mrs. C P. Wennblom spent Monday ateoon with Mrs.-Tom Scheme. The Rndi, ohners, Tom Hugo. Charles 8ehimme, Engelklngs, and Nakels had a picnic droner at the lake last Sunday. Mr. d Mrs. G, E. Holmulst and fily and Mr. and M. Ed, Gustaf- n d family visited at the Sol Gus- teflon home Sunday. The Stephey Ladies' A/d. gave a parcsl shower in hnnor of Miss Az alia Hastings last Friday afternoon. She received many beautiful gifts. Mr and Mrs. Ludwig Swenson of Starbuek and Mr, and Mrs. C%arls Gustm%on and famiy were visitors at the Oscar Gustafson haSun- day Mr. and Mrs. Herman Corny and children of Omaha, Nob., who have been visiting at the Charles Sehmme home left Monday moifi far Bk- A very pleant surmie w given lat Sanday averting to Mr aml Mrs. Si any 8totesbery who were recently ! married by the Roy. Barr of Beards-] ley, at the home of the bride's'par-[ ents, Mr and Mr Jess Gallinger. A dnty enn a e, and many beautf preene r rcoved Mr and M Stntesbery  ake the3 fut herae on the es Gainsayer aturd --Agust 19 d 20 I w a by th ak --M Opern  Fday and hav en dpa y fln ne f i d Wnte tt Gge hnts a p the. . Weodbnry Facial Soap, per c/iko 23c !win Lakes League Strs T'aeker's Tar Soap, per cake .. 23c "In TrbState Circuil linol Soap, per ee ..... 2so -- Shaving Soap . . 5e amd 1 Sevelal el]oals of fans droe to Tnoth Bzurlos each 10e 15e 19c 25e "nhte,  Sunav and saw Wahpeton an d Abeldeel  hienk even  l'ho-phy-lac-tl rooth Brushes 49e in a double header, Abeldeen winning! Pebeeeo Tooth Pate 47c wfie fist ame 7 to 5 and Wahpeton Pepsodent Tooth Pte ........... 47c P ke r /go he 4 to 5 ree n. seeen,, , m R ge 2 e r0 ng Watt, fonelly of Wheaten, starUd to pitch the first Meet ............... 47c game fol Aberdeen but was derlSeked Mum ; : .... 25c in the Q1 fnme. Ilalold Johnson Woodbury Fnia Cream 25(. pitthed the second ame and won for lathasweet 50e i ahpeton but ]t looled h ke he 'ai pond. s Vanishing C].e:m ............ 40e pletty ttcky--, acev e En erpr e , Hinds Honey & Almond Cream 50e The lightnlng bug plobably rigged Mulifil Coscoanut Oil Shampoo 59e himself up that wy so he would have la II]ache Face Powder m excu to give l[Is, Bug nr being Pusywillow Face Powder ,ut nights i Swan Down Fe Powder 1 New Beacon B]anket--Iudlan  ............ , B.h. ............... Tyler s Variety St.re Prices, The M. M. Johnson Furnitm'e] d J -y--= Co. I ORTONVILLE MINN* Announcement We wish to announce that we have moved our business to the place formerly occnpied'by the Central Meat Market in the Orlon Block. We will continue our establishe4 policy of giv- ing our customers the best in goods and service. 0rtonville Meat Market LUNDSTROM & GEISEL, Pal'S. SPECIFY our lumb. in yam buihllng pla,, ,,u ,,ill npt only find that you l'eexe a h gh lua y of mezhandise hut that ynu me'n contact ith folks whose buine, prlnelples a. quite eorrect Let u get quanteJ  h u bu ldlng Nans Geier Lumber Co. Fine Values Priced front $1.50 to $'12.00 ular choice of all for near. Just the thing in the evening when the to weal' than a coat. If you want to see the styles to our store and look over I assortment of new sweaters. includes the V-Neck, with x:ithout the collar, a model, Sweater overs, Jersey Sweaters, Shaker Knit: GROSENI The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Is Your Home In Cold If not, then let us tell the EMPEROR FURNACE will heat all  comfortably e heat is delivered to --not up the chimne the basement. Takes but little fuel this furnace as ther ly no waste of heat. ROOMS WARM--BASEMENT AUGUST "o ORTONVILLE PAGE 4 i i THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, t CORRELL NEWS + i 0 Rev. F. W. Agte was a business caller in Correll Monday, J. Luchsinger spent Sunday visit- ing relatives at Holloway. Mrs. LaSaile spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. C. , Jolmson. * P. W. Fruetel spet Sunday with his daughter at Ortonville. Fred Maynard was a business calll er in Minneapolis Saturday. P. D. Vaughan was a business call- er in Ortonville Wednesday. Miss Kathryn Fruetel visited her parents between trains Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Wise visited rel- atives in Correll Monday night. Chas. Barie and family spent Sun- day visiting relatives at Dawson. Wm. Tibbets and son Dale of North Dakota visited in Correll Mon'y. A. A. DeWall and family motored to Ortonville on business Wednesday. J. Bell of Apple River, Ill., is look- ing after his farm interests near Cot- tell. S. H. Frizzelt and son Lester were business callers at Ortonville Wednes- +day. Mrs. Ethel Desk spent a few days visiting relatives at Linden Beach this week. Miss Fete Hudson of-Ortonville is spending a few days at Chas. Hudson home. Mrs. Helen Maynard and Mrs. Luchsinger motored to Ortonville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Classen of Big Stone City were callers in Correlt Tuesday. MrS. Helen Maynard departed Tues- day for Marshall where she will spen her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman and Miss Lizzie Birk were Appleton cal- lers Monday. Halley and Alice Johnson of Apple-] ton are visiting at the Johff Corde- man home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and Mrs. Helen Maynard were Appleton callers Thursday evening. Paul Hegge of North DakQta ano Chas, Hegge otBig Stoe City were callers in Correll Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kingsrider spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Zimmerman. Mrs, Anne strtherland of St. Paul arrived Friday to take up her duties as hotsekeeper for I. C. Clapp. Mr. and Mrs. Wechsler and family motored to Brownton Wednesday where they will spend their vacation. Miss Nell R+ Vaughan, ecently of New Orleans, recently of New Or- leans, is visiting her sister Mrs. R. R. George. Tl'iseball garae between Clover- leaf aud Corell turned oub, quite favorably for the locals who wua by a score of 11 to 4+ t Mrs, P. W. Frueel hnd Matt !,uch - singer arrived home from Minneapolis Monday night where the latter had an operation performed on his eye. Lynn Woods drove out a new coup from Minneapolis Friday for the Or- tonville+American Legion which is raffling it at the Carnival given at OrtonvilIe on September 1, 2, and 3. +@ ?" NORTH PRIOR .j, O Herbert Keeler was an over Sunday guest at the E. Stosbery home, Elmer Stegner of Ortonville spent Sunday at the Bennie Stegner home. The E. O. Haznmerberg family vis- ited at the Victor Lewis home in Clin- ton Sunday. The Andrew Hanson young folks were visitors at the E. Hammerberg home Thursday evening. The Camp Fire Girls of Prior went out on a five o'clock hike Sunday morning. They had breakfast on the tlqp. Mrs. Alfred Hammer and Mrs. Ed. Gustafson and daughter Eleanor spent Saturday afternoon at the N. Lindman home. Mrs Charles Carlberg and daughtm Helen and Mrs. C. P. Wennblom spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Tom SeMitone. The Rudi, Reimers, Tom Hugo, Charles Schtimme, Engelkings, and Nakels had a picnic dinner at the lake last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Holmquist and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gustaf- ion and family visited at the Sol Gus- tafson home Sunday. Tt Stephney Ladie:' Aid gave a parcel shower in honor of Miss Az- alia Hastings last Friday afternoon. She received many beautiful gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Swenson of Starlck and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gustatson and family were visitors at the Oscar Gustafson hmeSun- day. Mr. and .Mrs. Herman Ceray and children of Omaha, Neb., who have been visiting tt the Charles Sehlimme home left Monday morning for Brook- tugs, S. D. A very pleasant surprise was given last Sunday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stotesbery who were recently married by the Rev. Barr of Beards- ley, at the home of the bride's"par - ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Galtinger. A dainty lon was served and many beautiful preent were received. Mr. and Mrs, Stotesbery Will make their future home on the Jess Gaflinger farm by the lake. --Millinery Opening on Friday and + Saturday, August 19 and 20. I will 'q have on display my fine line of Fall and Winter Hats. Gage hats a spe- cialty-at Mrs. M. L. Whiting's. t, @ ODESSA 1 Mike Welde of Canton, S. D., ar- tired Saturday to visit his brQther C. Welde and family. Miss Anna Edqfiit left Saturday ,mrning to join a camping party a New London, Minnesota. Miss EIIa Maves returned to her work at the Kollitz's store Tuesday a/ter a three weeks vacation. Miss Anna Mews resigned her po- sition at Kollitzs store Saturday even- rag. Miss Lilly Mews has filled the vacancy. Ed. Pearson of St. Paul, arrived Monday to spend a few days with John Shellenbarger and Mrs. Fred Schuett. Otto Rakow returned from McLean, Neb., on Friday accompanied by his bride, formerly Miss Alma Herr- mann. A wedding supper was given in their honor at the ,home of the groom's mother Mrs. F. Rakow on Sunday evening. John A. Sauerf the Oaks cottage left for Huron, S. D. his home, on Thursday. Dr, E. J. Simon of St. Paul arrived at Douglas Hote,1 on Monday for a weeks outing. DISTRICi REPORTS INDEX ROAD WORK Superintendents ummarize Activities In Local Zone--Better Roads Cause Complaints. the Ivanhoe-Lake Benton section is Teachers Association. "Skirts and Then you didn't ask for v:cd mderway. The Roach Construe- middies or Peter Thompson dresse, No; when I went to lion Company, contractors on the 73,- either wool or cotton," are recom- father he was busy wltli 700 yard project moved 12,000 yards]mended for the students in the reso- during the first five weeks, lution. 'He called out to me to Reshaping and gravel surfacing of and ;,,fter watching his a l-mile section thru Clinton is --We have just received our new half an hour and hearin completed, f Fall and Winter stock of Palmer gar- said about coal, I decided A G-mile section near Canby has' ments..made up of the iatest models married. l:een sacrified and the officials state of suits mat coats in the be:t fai)rics. New construction and maintenance will be converted into an operations on state trunk highways under amendment No. 1 llan in this locality are briefly set fo in cur- rent bulletins from district mainte- nance superintendents. Policies of first providing good maintenance on all parts of the trunk route system and building up weak sections in long mileages of otherwise good roads have resulted in a gen- eral distribution of permanent im- provement projects and early general benefits, official figures show. Speeding Menaces Public Safety. Increasing complaints against the speeding menace on trunk routes reach the state highway department offices in St. Paul as go6d roads work Other corn- advances over the state. plaints are about the extra detour travel necessitated by numerous per- manent improvement projects. The Highway Department has 'neither authority nor funds to. police the trunk highways but will be glad to co-operate with local authorities. W. Valancy arrived at his cottage[officials say. Patrolmen are report- Saturday and will spend the remain- ing that automobile speeding endan- der of the season here. gers their lives and many travelers Mrs. John Emmke was hostess to complain of the evil. Counties em- a number of friends at a party at; ploying motorcycle deputies to en- their cottage this Monday. t force the speed laws that reports that Max Royal of Hm'on, S. D., at- roads are policed have good effect and rived at the Saner cottage and will that fine collections often exceed the spend the rest of the season here. t deputies' salaries. H. M. Barton is the "Turkey King" around here. He has succeeded in raising a large flock on his preseuce here. A 9-acre field of barley belongig to Mr: Douglas averaged 31 bushels l to the acre when threshed here this] week, the yield for the field being! 278 bushels. Harry Billsborrow left for Grace- ville Saturday after spending three weeks with the Valancy family. He will resume his work on the" Grace- vilte Enterprise. The Rumpel and Bless families left Monday morning in their cars for the home at Weston, Me. They stayed at Foster for severM weeks previously in the season and then made a trip o Winnepcg, Caneda, where they vis- ited with relatives. They returned soon after and have been staying at r'oster Beach since. 88th Division To Have Reunion At Camp Dodge Des Moines. Iowa, August 18, 1,921. .-The final touches are being given he big tent city formerly known as Camp Dodge, where so many Mimm- sota members of the 88t hDivision marched and hiked in '17 and '18 be- forthey crosd the tlantic. On Aug"ast 26, 27, and 23 the big 88th Division Renion will be held there, at which every man who trained at Camp Dodge will be welcome. A big Minnesota delegation is expected. Des ?doines committees have arranged free transportation between the city and camp. Reduced railway rates 'rom points in Minnesota to Des Moines and return, have beeri offered by all the railroads concerned. Ma- jor General William Weigel will be l there. That the use of detours is unavoid- able in connection with new construc- tion projects was reported by W. F. Rosenwald, chief maintenance engin- eer in the state department. Liberal allowances are made. to put and keep detours in good condition whenever possible, he said, but there is inco,- venience in many cases despite the best possible efforts. "But detour signs herald the coming of a good permanent road," he added. New Improvements Cut In Two. The state highway department has .been forced to postpone about half the permanent improvements planned this sea-on under the launching of the new amendment plan. Failure ell congress to make the expected fed- feral aid appertionment available for use this season ;s responsible for tht 1921 curtailment. Commissioner Babcock, after in- vestigating at Washington, is satis- fied that Minnesota will receive for 1921 and 1922 t;e usual $2.$40,000 rpportimment of federtd aid and, Carther, that no difficulty will be met in the government requirements. Accordingly, step.( m'e being take " ::se the [fMeral funds when eredit.: +,re fo,ltco:"+ilv._ it wt announced. :rod there will be no ser,,.us set-back The mare difference will be only" ihe ,,ostpo:enent of more th,'zn $2,225.000 of grading and gravel surfacing mm 7500.000 4f pavmg mn the highwa3 program for the first year. Trunk highway developments in this section include the following: Trunk Highway No. 6.--Grading on Drag Sundries Prices on all Items Below Include War Tax Woodbury Facial Soap, per chke..23c Packer's Tar Soap, per cake ...... 23c Resinot Soap, per cke .................. 23c having Soap ................... : 5c and 10c Tooth Brushes each ...... lOe 15c 19c 25c Pho-phy-!ac,tie Tooth Brushes ...... 49c Pebecco Tooth Paste .................... 4'7c Pepsodent Tooth Pte ................ 47e Rouge ................................................ 25c Neet .................................................... 47c Mum .................................................... 25e Woodbury Facial" Cream ....... f. ..... 25c Twin Lakes League Stars "In Tri-State Circuil Several carloads of fans drove to Wahpeton last Sunday and saw Wahpeton and Aberdeen break even in a double header, Aberdeen winning he first game 7 to 5 and Wahpeton- Breckenridge the second. 4 to 5, in +0 innings. Watts, formerly of Wheaten, started to pitch the first game for Aberdeen but was derlcked in the 8in frame. Harold Johnson pitched the second game and won for Bathasweet ........................................ 50c Wahpeton, but it looked like he was Pond's Vanishing Cream .............. 40c pretty lucky.--Gracevitle Enterprise. Hind's Honey & Almond Cream 50c The lightning' bug probably rigged Mulsified Coacoanut Oil Shampoo 59c himself up that way so he would have m excuse to give-Mrs.,Bug for being out nights. New Beacon BlanketsIndian Blankets and Bath Robes at New Low Prices. The M. M. Johnson Furniture Co. La Blache Face Powder ................ 70c Pussywillow Face Powder ............ 50c Swan Down Face Powder ............ 25c Tyler's Variety Store ORTONVILLE MINN. m Announcement We wish to announce that we have moved our business to the place formerly occupied+'by the Central Meat Market in the Orlon Block. We will continue our established policy of giv- ing our customers the best in goods and service. Ortonville Meat Market LUNDSTROM & GEISEL, Porps. excellent road. Trunk Highway No. 12. A scari- fying outfit has started improvement of the Montevideo-Dawson section. '2,. big' ractor drawing a heavy blade and aft elevating grader are re- shaping a stretch near Dawson. Bridges on the Montevideo and Clara City seetibns have been repaint- ed ,and repaired. Official markers yellow stars with numbers and background in black-- stencilled on the Gral;ite Falls and Madison section. Trunk Highway No. 14.--Nearly 20 miles stretching west from Redwood Valls to Vesta treated with new grav- el surfacing; also 2-mile section near Marshall. Trunk Highway No. 17.--Reshaping completed on 14 mile section near Marshall. Graveling operations cover 3-mile stretch near Marshall and 4 miles near Cottonwood. Officially marked between Garvin and Granite Falls. Trunk ..Highway ..No...26.--Under adequate maintenance and marked between Odessa and Benson. Trunk ..Highway .No. ..48.--Two crews resurfacing 33 mile section ex- tending east from Canby. Much of the route was scarifyed and packing again is rapidly becoming a good highway. Trunk Highway No. 66.--Also under adequate maintenance and marked between Montevideo and Appleton. F. O. Nelson, Montevideo, district superintendent, is credited with an ex- cellent showing and a larger amount of special work has been done in this district than any other in" the state. After thoro investigations on pecial projects, his recommendations have been approved hy the state depart- mevt and it is believed the result will be fully up to the expectations. Totals for the first 90-dy period in the district include more than 60 miles of regraveling, 22 miles of re- shapig and l0 miles of scarifying, all toward building better working foundations. Little Vails High Baos Short Skirts "Silk stockins, thin wai,t, hiffh heels, extremely short skirts ar:d short sleeve, excesaive u=e of t+o: der ;++rid elaht)r3te hah'dressinff" :Ire for-: I,(l(l+,r ; the IAit;e Fa]!" high school ! lln(lor 11 o(!;nl; of l[hn }loavd of edllea- + [tion. Tiae order, which was in thel 'form of a resolu;ion. WOS adopted on'| * I reeommendnti,m" of the Parents and i[ SPECIFY our lumbox in your building plans. rou will not only find that you receive a high quality of merchandise but that you come, On contact with folks whose business principles are quite correct. Let us get ac- quainted with your building plans. Geier Lumber Co. I i i i Come in and inspect them. Store Co-operative C. I Pioneer Yello\\;vston e Crepe 3 rolls for 25c. Tvler's Reno Yellow Mixing 25 per cent Discount Get Yours-While They C. SAEGER Phone 37. SWEATERS THIS is the time of the L when the sweater is the ular choice of all for ge wear. Just the thing to s in the evening when the ' snappy. Comfortable, and to wear than a coat. If you want to see the styles and color designs, Fine Values to our store.and look over Priced from assortment of new includes the V-Neck, $1.0 :ithout the collar, a *to model, Sweater Coats, overs, Jersey Sweaters, $'12.00 Shaker Knit: GROSENICK' The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes. Is Your Home In Cold Weather If not, then let us tell rou the EMPEROR FURNACE will heat comfortably at all the heat is delivered to rooms--not up the chimney the basement. Takes but little fuel to this furnace as there is t ly no waste of heat. ROOMS WARM--BASEMENT AUGUST L -* ORTONVILLE