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AUGUST 18, 1921 THE ORTONW ILLE i *i J. L. Magee, Frank Gottlieb, and ,L, SOCIAL l!Mrs. Kittie Magee of Sylvan Beach, NEWS ITEMS I J Foster, motored down to Ortonville $ Tuesday afternoon. : B. Gannon returned to his&apos; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kaercher and Aberdeen Monday. t Dora Darrington of Big Stone! patient at the local hospital. Doohar is back from which she spent in the! Kirk is moved into the the Ortonville Vulcaniz- 1 Pttueger returned Wednes- t Pine River where he visitea i Eisenmenger of Correstionville, here looking after his fai'm- Mrs. Ernest Brown of the spent the first of the week :and Mrs Baft of Milbank are an outing at the Park in t cottage. Hare of Fargo, N. D., is a few days with his family Meter of Council Bulffs, at the J. H. Hadley week. and Mrs. Newton plan to leave for Park Rapids where a farm. Davis of Wilmot, S. on last Saturday at here. - ell of the Ford Garage to Little Falls Wednesday trip. Rosella Hoffman of Twin S. D., is a patient at the hospital. and Mrs. J. Arthur Matthews a business trip to Breckenridge the week. Earl Fifield and children of are visiting relatives in this veek. and family of Browns at the H. S. Eaton home unday. W. Palm went to Peever, S. D., of this week to attend to matters there. Semmer, age 8, of Mil- D., had his tonsils removed this'week . Zummach of Minneapo- here the first of the week look* business interests. Egmayer of Twin Brooks, her tonsils removed at the this Wednesday. md Mrs. T. E. Hills and fare- S. D., are spendil]g a at Chautauqua Park of Dallas, Texas, arrived the balance of the season folks at the Peninsula. Fitch drove out from Minne- spend a fv days with his S, Mr. and Mr.:. J. K. Boyd. : Jim Hegge family of Akron re now located at Bemidji children motored to Minneapolis to visit at the home of Mrs. Kaercher's brother for a few days. Miss Carrie Pamten of Twin Brooks was receivql at tl hospital t'ere Wednesday. Thursday she was oper- "ten on for appendicitis. Clifford Kienhold, age 9, and Mis Hazel Kienhoht, age 11, of Belling- ham were operated on Wednesday at the Evangelical hospital Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton departed for their home in Iowa Monday after spending the summer at the Van In- wegian cottage on the lake Floyd Bellington, age 13, of Twinn Bl'ooks, S. D., underwent an opera- tion for the removal of his tonsils Thursday at the local hospital. Miss Ella Sanders attended a family reunion at Pat Dalys near Clinton, Sunday. Thm, e were between thirty and forty relatives and friends pres- ent. Phillip Buttke, age 26, of Twin Brooks, S. D., underwent an opera- tion for appendicitis at the Evangeli- cal hospital on Wednesday of this week. I. D. Davies and daughter, Mrs. Kissinger and children of Hecla re- turned hme Friday night after sev- eral days stay at their cottage on the Peninsula. Mrs. B. J. Cole and children ()f Tacy are visiting friends north of ton for a short time on her way to Ninth Dakota where she will visit for an imtefinite period. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Vennewitz of Alexandria and Mr. and Mrs. A. Pe- terson of Ashby were over Sunday visitors at the L. P. Hess hmne. They made the trip by car. Orin Sanders and David Forney of Winona left Friday morning for Rock Lake, N. D., after having helped with threshing on the Rothwell and Ander- son farms near Clinton. Miss Agnes Rogoshaska returned Monday night from St. Cloud where she visited for three weeks with her folks who live here. A sister fron: Philadelphia was also there. The ladies of the Missionary So- ciety of the Methodist "churcl will bold a Food Sale at KoHitz's stm'e this coming" Saturday, August 20. The .aie will begin at 2.00 o'clock. George Steen who lixes about nin >iles north of Ortonville on the west ,oad wa a business caller in Orton- ville Wednesday. He was accompan- ied by his daughter Josephine. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church will be entertained by Mrs. Cochran and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom at the Cochran home Wednesday, Au- gust 24. Refreshinents will be served. All the ladies are cordially invited to  onle. ......... Imndstrom & Geise] proprietors of WIll litaKe tnelr ltOIYie. , . . a ' ** .  < . I;De urtonvll e lleal; i)larKel; nave ' oeniue Olinder of Moiri lef ]  . , .... -, )..  ' , ?ove(I ln,o ,lie place in LtIe U)'LOI! : atter a weeks ",i- at tle l , ' h t .  ] ....lock fo:mcHy oc(,utnett t? I',. ( ,morn and Rothwell home l L. hennecke. "] l!e c]lallffe was llla(le th - P Scott of the Park adl : rst part of t is week. Rrcnn:wke g; Cassler of Chicago are  Femwr have moved their busine:s t,. the C. E. Bremer cottage. M. Wilson of Minneapolis here Wednesday and witj on!e time with Cora Struck. Mrs. Fenner and children Iowa, ate vigiting with family for a few clays. Zittow came down from Aber- tladav. His family returned % tte trip being made by au- er Pflueger accompanied Jack to Pine River last week by d will remain for a few days and Mrs A T Walker who staying at tlae Spink hmne Dast Week returned to Aber- alland of laeever, S. D., was a t the local hospital, and un- an operation on Monday of Rothi left for Steel, N. D., "day morning to run ]a machine engine for O e Bikstad of Corona, S. D., a patient at the hospital Week returned to her home L and a half pound son was and Mrs. B R. Karn last August 11, at the Evangel- P. Everson and Warren for Austin Wednesday visit with Fred Ever- age 2,, of Twin was operated on last the Evangelical hospital kid of the Norwegian at the home of Mrs. lberg on Thursday after- 25. Brown of Canada is the Belva Kaercher. The attended Oak Hall, Mrs. A. J. Hart of Abet- at the Park. They guests Mr. and Mrs. who has been a sum- at the Orton Hotel left Morris where she will of Aberdeen, S. D., was the week looking af- of grain on land here. Frank MeKim, Eugene Pringle from are visiting at the home ,]I Cummens buikling. }'yank Gottlieb of St. lxmis, scrc {ary and treasurer of the American- trust company and the Title Trus, company of St. Louis, Me., arrived here Satmday afteThoon and wil, :;pend the remainder'df the month at 3ylvan Beach near Foster He will visit at the Magee cottage there. Miss Sue Millard of Minneapolis. formerly of this city, and t)artv of friends vibited at the J. K. Boyd cot- rage at Chautauqua Park for several davs. The other members were Mrs. J. Jennison and daughter Jeamtte of Janesville, Mrs. Millard of Brecken- ridge, Miss Edna Scott of Aneta, N. D., and Miss Lydia'Lux of Minneapo- lis. They made the trip here by auto. Amongst Mobridge, S. D., people who x isited , at the Goodman cottage here on their way to other resorts were, L. E. 1?trace and Mr. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stacy, Mr. Stacv being at the head of the Mascott theatre there, James Cumings and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mailand, Mr. laila d being president of the Citizens State Bank of Mobridge, Mrs. ttellreigel, Borgan Heltreigel, and Dr. and Mrs. Twinning. Accord- ing to the opinions which they ex- pressed, there is no doubt, but what several of the above lmmed will make Big Stone lake their future summer outin place. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sturges and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jen- kins returned Saturdyrom a two v. eek outing at Bonanza Mineral Springs. They had intended at first to be gone only a week, but rere so well pleased with it that they made it two weeks. Mr. Sturges, who was in Ortonville at the end of the first week to attend to some business, said that one week was not enough,' and that fishing, bathing, and the outdoor life agreed with him. It was the first time in four years that he has ab- sented himself from the office of Reg- istrar of Deeds to take a vacation. A L. Lee, assistant in the office, had charge of it during Mr. Sturges' ak- sence. --You can have a beautiful Lamp Shade at a very low cost by ,makin,z it in our work room. The M. M. John- son Furniture Co. --Millinery Opening at the Peggy Gay Style Shop on Saturday, Augm:t 20. The very latest models in hats. I --Oilcloth-35c and 39c yd. Tyler's Variety Store. LOCALS REPEAT WITH MARI- I County Sunday ScRools ETTA AND WIN 3 TO 2 TO Meet Here Thursda (Continued from page 1) .  Y Sunday schools of Big Stone count5 run they (lid nothing that endangered i will hold their annual- convention here the Ortonville team. Only three men l nex t Thursdayfi August 25. About 121 faced Grice in each of these three in- nings, and it was nqt until the final l Sunday schools from various places! in the county are exneeted to send l ,.'-t ,m f;  I.,.se was eccupm,1 b5 one I delegahmls here for the eouventmn. I of the visitors. Benson who startc(l l at the bat in the ninth for the visitors / Three meetings will be held during i the day The mbrning and aftcrnoonl flied out. Bue singled but was force,-1 . '  out at second on a fielder's choice, l sessmns will be he.d at the Congrega-.i tional (hu, ch, and the evening session', and H. Noll was out when he at- in the Methodist church. temptcl to steal second. Prominent elmong the Sunday Below is ffiven the batting averages t of the members of the team after the school wm'kers who will be here for he convention is Mrs. A. G. Shogren Marietta game last Sunday. Four of of Madison, who is State Worker. I the players are now hitting over .300,Dthers who had been closely identi- all of whom are bunched with their fled with the work in Big Stone coun- averages ranging from .353 to .392. ty will also have a part in the pro- The box-score-- Ortonville-- ABR H MaeMurphey, 2b .... 5 1 2 Petrick, 3b .............. 5 t) 1 Zwiener, lb ............ 5. 0 1 Kelly, ss ........... ...... 4 1 0 Grice, p ................... 4 0 1 Cornelison, rf .......... 4 0 1 ]sler, If .................... 4 0 0 E. Miller, cf ............ 4 1 0 W. Miller c ............ 4 0 0 Totals ............ :....39 3 6 27 9 1 Marietta-- AB R H PO A E J. Spanton, ss ...... 4 1 2 1 3 1 Thomas, lb ............ 4 0 0 7 0 1 Benson, c ................ 4 0 1 8 1 Bue, cf .................... 4 0 2 1 0 01 H. Nell, 2b ............. 4 0 0 2 2 3 Berg, 3b .................. 3 0 0 2 1 1 H. Spanton, p ........ 3 0 0 1 1 0 L. Mtller, If ............ 3 1 0 2 0 1 R. Noll, xf .............. 3 0 0 3 0 0 Totals .................. 32 2 5 27 8 7 Score by Innings-- Ortonvi]le-- 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0--3 Marietta 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0--2 Sum,mary.--Two base hits: Corneli- son, J! Spanton, Bue. Sacrifice hits: Thomas. Stolen bases: MacMurphey, Isler, L. Miller 2. Struck out: by Spanton 8, by Grice 7. Bases on balls: off Spanton 1. Wild pitch: Spanton. Double play: J. Spanton o H. Noll.to Thomam I,eft on bases: Ortonville 7,1 i Marietta 3. Umpires Leavitt and An-, derson. Batting Averages. gram. PO A E An invitation has been sent to all 6 1 1' Sunday schools ta be present at these,, 2 1 0 meetings. The nmnber of delegates isll 9 0 0' unlimited, and each organization is to 0 2 0 be urged to send as many as possible. 0 4 0 An interesting and instructive pro- 1  0 gram has been drawn up for each: 1 1) 0 meeting. 1 0  The officers of the Big Stone Court- 7 1 0 ty Sunday School association are, president, Rev, F. W. Agte of Odes- sa; secretary, Miss Hattie C. Smith of Beardsley; and treasurer, H. H. DiWall of Correlk ] The morning session will begin at] 1 ' 0:00 o clock. Names appearing on] the program are: Mrs. A. G. Sho-I gren of Madison, Rev. W. J. Barr of Beardsley, Rev. F. W. Agte, Re% Paul J. Bockoven of the First Congre: gational church of this place, Miss Azalia lqastings, Abel Eastman, Miss Lydia Stotesbery, Orvil!e Dittes, and Rev. Gee. E. Zech of Big Stone City, S. D. The business session of the associa- tion will be held at the close of the afternoon program. Reports of offi- cers and committees will be made at, i the evening m___ eeting___ " ()pen New Granite Quarry. I Red granite of one of the finest i grades is being obtained by the Or- I tonville Monu,ment works in a new il quarry which they opened up last / week eight miles southeast of here. Mr. Johnson, one of the members of the firm. has stated that if this quar- ry hold:- out as according to present Player-- GAB H Pet. Zwiener . ........................ 6 23 9 .392 IacMnrphey ................. 5 21 8 .381 Cornetison ...................... 6 24 9 .37fl Cvice ............................ 4 17 6 .;53 Kelly ................................. 4 16 4 .250 Pen:ick ............................ 6 28 7 .250 E. Miller . ....................... 6 22 5 .227t W. Miller ........................ 2 6 1 .167 I i Isler . ............................... 6 25 4 .160 ,V'llev.. . .................. , .......... 4 17 1 .059 (lertelson ....................... 3"]2 0 .000] indicaiions, they w, ill be able to sup- ply the demand of this section of thd country with granite of high grade. Later on if times improve, they will enlarge their plant here, and will dolo business on a larger scale. They will t continue to take from their qua'ry I near Bellingham. --1Hil!i,m-y Opening at the Peggy (}ax, ;-,v e Shop on saturday, August i '0. "l!w very latest models in hats. ! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII The test of a Bank's facilities for service is chieflyMisplayed in its will to serve common good. This is one Bank that covets every opportunity t o serve the individual and thru him the com- munity in which we live. i imp" L i i i i ,N, ,ill roll And w'll show you some real "neck to " neck" finishes when you visit the big MINNESOTA STATE FAIR September 3 to 10 ii i i ii i [I  I I :il/ili For Mid-Winter Comfort, ;uy .... (our 00ets N PIONEER STOR], C [,-O1 ERATI00 ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA ,j!( CO. ; , ?i AUGUST 'o[ nkel.s i,:#(P::.:2 II gl00: A gut22 d { Startin on u s " Attend This Sale! Buy Your lhqnter Bed Coverings r! Now is the time to buy your blankets. Right now when our stock is new and fresh. Don't wait until the cold weather sets in and catches you unpro- tected. Guard yourself and family from colds and more serious diseases. We suggest--buy your blankets NOW! In addition to having your pink of one of the best stocks of Wool, Wool-finished, and Cotton blank ts:that We have ever had the pleasure to dispmv in our store, you can save money, if you will take advantage of this opportunity. Extra Special. Gray and Tan $1.85 Extra Special Gray and Tan Extra Special Fancy Plaids and Checks; Wool Finish $5.00 Extra Special Gray and Tan $ 00..50 These Prices Effective During Ctur August ,e ( aly The above are only few of the Blanket Bargains we have. We have on sale a wide range of sizes and weights from which to satisfy your wants AUGUST 18, 1921 THE ORTONW ILLE i *i J. L. Magee, Frank Gottlieb, and ,L, SOCIAL l!Mrs. Kittie Magee of Sylvan Beach, NEWS ITEMS I J Foster, motored down to Ortonville $ Tuesday afternoon. : B. Gannon returned to his' Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kaercher and Aberdeen Monday. t Dora Darrington of Big Stone! patient at the local hospital. Doohar is back from which she spent in the! Kirk is moved into the the Ortonville Vulcaniz- 1 Pttueger returned Wednes- t Pine River where he visitea i Eisenmenger of Correstionville, here looking after his fai'm- Mrs. Ernest Brown of the spent the first of the week :and Mrs Baft of Milbank are an outing at the Park in t cottage. Hare of Fargo, N. D., is a few days with his family Meter of Council Bulffs, at the J. H. Hadley week. and Mrs. Newton plan to leave for Park Rapids where a farm. Davis of Wilmot, S. on last Saturday at here. - ell of the Ford Garage to Little Falls Wednesday trip. Rosella Hoffman of Twin S. D., is a patient at the hospital. and Mrs. J. Arthur Matthews a business trip to Breckenridge the week. Earl Fifield and children of are visiting relatives in this veek. and family of Browns at the H. S. Eaton home unday. W. Palm went to Peever, S. D., of this week to attend to matters there. Semmer, age 8, of Mil- D., had his tonsils removed this'week . Zummach of Minneapo- here the first of the week look* business interests. Egmayer of Twin Brooks, her tonsils removed at the this Wednesday. md Mrs. T. E. Hills and fare- S. D., are spendil]g a at Chautauqua Park of Dallas, Texas, arrived the balance of the season folks at the Peninsula. Fitch drove out from Minne- spend a fv days with his S, Mr. and Mr.:. J. K. Boyd. : Jim Hegge family of Akron re now located at Bemidji children motored to Minneapolis to visit at the home of Mrs. Kaercher's brother for a few days. Miss Carrie Pamten of Twin Brooks was receivql at tl hospital t'ere Wednesday. Thursday she was oper- "ten on for appendicitis. Clifford Kienhold, age 9, and Mis Hazel Kienhoht, age 11, of Belling- ham were operated on Wednesday at the Evangelical hospital Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton departed for their home in Iowa Monday after spending the summer at the Van In- wegian cottage on the lake Floyd Bellington, age 13, of Twinn Bl'ooks, S. D., underwent an opera- tion for the removal of his tonsils Thursday at the local hospital. Miss Ella Sanders attended a family reunion at Pat Dalys near Clinton, Sunday. Thm, e were between thirty and forty relatives and friends pres- ent. Phillip Buttke, age 26, of Twin Brooks, S. D., underwent an opera- tion for appendicitis at the Evangeli- cal hospital on Wednesday of this week. I. D. Davies and daughter, Mrs. Kissinger and children of Hecla re- turned hme Friday night after sev- eral days stay at their cottage on the Peninsula. Mrs. B. J. Cole and children ()f Tacy are visiting friends north of ton for a short time on her way to Ninth Dakota where she will visit for an imtefinite period. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Vennewitz of Alexandria and Mr. and Mrs. A. Pe- terson of Ashby were over Sunday visitors at the L. P. Hess hmne. They made the trip by car. Orin Sanders and David Forney of Winona left Friday morning for Rock Lake, N. D., after having helped with threshing on the Rothwell and Ander- son farms near Clinton. Miss Agnes Rogoshaska returned Monday night from St. Cloud where she visited for three weeks with her folks who live here. A sister fron: Philadelphia was also there. The ladies of the Missionary So- ciety of the Methodist "churcl will bold a Food Sale at KoHitz's stm'e this coming" Saturday, August 20. The .aie will begin at 2.00 o'clock. George Steen who lixes about nin >iles north of Ortonville on the west ,oad wa a business caller in Orton- ville Wednesday. He was accompan- ied by his daughter Josephine. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church will be entertained by Mrs. Cochran and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom at the Cochran home Wednesday, Au- gust 24. Refreshinents will be served. All the ladies are cordially invited to  onle. ......... Imndstrom & Geise] proprietors of WIll litaKe tnelr ltOIYie. , . . a ' ** .  < . I;De urtonvll e lleal; i)larKel; nave ' oeniue Olinder of Moiri lef ]  . , .... -, )..  ' , ?ove(I ln,o ,lie place in LtIe U)'LOI! : atter a weeks ",i- at tle l , ' h t .  ] ....lock fo:mcHy oc(,utnett t? I',. ( ,morn and Rothwell home l L. hennecke. "] l!e c]lallffe was llla(le th - P Scott of the Park adl : rst part of t is week. Rrcnn:wke g; Cassler of Chicago are  Femwr have moved their busine:s t,. the C. E. Bremer cottage. M. Wilson of Minneapolis here Wednesday and witj on!e time with Cora Struck. Mrs. Fenner and children Iowa, ate vigiting with family for a few clays. Zittow came down from Aber- tladav. His family returned % tte trip being made by au- er Pflueger accompanied Jack to Pine River last week by d will remain for a few days and Mrs A T Walker who staying at tlae Spink hmne Dast Week returned to Aber- alland of laeever, S. D., was a t the local hospital, and un- an operation on Monday of Rothi left for Steel, N. D., "day morning to run ]a machine engine for O e Bikstad of Corona, S. D., a patient at the hospital Week returned to her home L and a half pound son was and Mrs. B R. Karn last August 11, at the Evangel- P. Everson and Warren for Austin Wednesday visit with Fred Ever- age 2,, of Twin was operated on last the Evangelical hospital kid of the Norwegian at the home of Mrs. lberg on Thursday after- 25. Brown of Canada is the Belva Kaercher. The attended Oak Hall, Mrs. A. J. Hart of Abet- at the Park. They guests Mr. and Mrs. who has been a sum- at the Orton Hotel left Morris where she will of Aberdeen, S. D., was the week looking af- of grain on land here. Frank MeKim, Eugene Pringle from are visiting at the home ,]I Cummens buikling. }'yank Gottlieb of St. lxmis, scrc {ary and treasurer of the American- trust company and the Title Trus, company of St. Louis, Me., arrived here Satmday afteThoon and wil, :;pend the remainder'df the month at 3ylvan Beach near Foster He will visit at the Magee cottage there. Miss Sue Millard of Minneapolis. formerly of this city, and t)artv of friends vibited at the J. K. Boyd cot- rage at Chautauqua Park for several davs. The other members were Mrs. J. Jennison and daughter Jeamtte of Janesville, Mrs. Millard of Brecken- ridge, Miss Edna Scott of Aneta, N. D., and Miss Lydia'Lux of Minneapo- lis. They made the trip here by auto. Amongst Mobridge, S. D., people who x isited , at the Goodman cottage here on their way to other resorts were, L. E. 1?trace and Mr. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stacy, Mr. Stacv being at the head of the Mascott theatre there, James Cumings and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mailand, Mr. laila d being president of the Citizens State Bank of Mobridge, Mrs. ttellreigel, Borgan Heltreigel, and Dr. and Mrs. Twinning. Accord- ing to the opinions which they ex- pressed, there is no doubt, but what several of the above lmmed will make Big Stone lake their future summer outin place. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sturges and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jen- kins returned Saturdyrom a two v. eek outing at Bonanza Mineral Springs. They had intended at first to be gone only a week, but rere so well pleased with it that they made it two weeks. Mr. Sturges, who was in Ortonville at the end of the first week to attend to some business, said that one week was not enough,' and that fishing, bathing, and the outdoor life agreed with him. It was the first time in four years that he has ab- sented himself from the office of Reg- istrar of Deeds to take a vacation. A L. Lee, assistant in the office, had charge of it during Mr. Sturges' ak- sence. --You can have a beautiful Lamp Shade at a very low cost by ,makin,z it in our work room. The M. M. John- son Furniture Co. --Millinery Opening at the Peggy Gay Style Shop on Saturday, Augm:t 20. The very latest models in hats. I --Oilcloth-35c and 39c yd. Tyler's Variety Store. LOCALS REPEAT WITH MARI- I County Sunday ScRools ETTA AND WIN 3 TO 2 TO Meet Here Thursda (Continued from page 1) .  Y Sunday schools of Big Stone count5 run they (lid nothing that endangered i will hold their annual- convention here the Ortonville team. Only three men l nex t Thursdayfi August 25. About 121 faced Grice in each of these three in- nings, and it was nqt until the final l Sunday schools from various places! in the county are exneeted to send l ,.'-t ,m f;  I.,.se was eccupm,1 b5 one I delegahmls here for the eouventmn. I of the visitors. Benson who startc(l l at the bat in the ninth for the visitors / Three meetings will be held during i the day The mbrning and aftcrnoonl flied out. Bue singled but was force,-1 . '  out at second on a fielder's choice, l sessmns will be he.d at the Congrega-.i tional (hu, ch, and the evening session', and H. Noll was out when he at- in the Methodist church. temptcl to steal second. Prominent elmong the Sunday Below is ffiven the batting averages t of the members of the team after the school wm'kers who will be here for he convention is Mrs. A. G. Shogren Marietta game last Sunday. Four of of Madison, who is State Worker. I the players are now hitting over .300,Dthers who had been closely identi- all of whom are bunched with their fled with the work in Big Stone coun- averages ranging from .353 to .392. ty will also have a part in the pro- The box-score-- Ortonville-- ABR H MaeMurphey, 2b .... 5 1 2 Petrick, 3b .............. 5 t) 1 Zwiener, lb ............ 5. 0 1 Kelly, ss ........... ...... 4 1 0 Grice, p ................... 4 0 1 Cornelison, rf .......... 4 0 1 ]sler, If .................... 4 0 0 E. Miller, cf ............ 4 1 0 W. Miller c ............ 4 0 0 Totals ............ :....39 3 6 27 9 1 Marietta-- AB R H PO A E J. Spanton, ss ...... 4 1 2 1 3 1 Thomas, lb ............ 4 0 0 7 0 1 Benson, c ................ 4 0 1 8 1 Bue, cf .................... 4 0 2 1 0 01 H. Nell, 2b ............. 4 0 0 2 2 3 Berg, 3b .................. 3 0 0 2 1 1 H. Spanton, p ........ 3 0 0 1 1 0 L. Mtller, If ............ 3 1 0 2 0 1 R. Noll, xf .............. 3 0 0 3 0 0 Totals .................. 32 2 5 27 8 7 Score by Innings-- Ortonvi]le-- 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0--3 Marietta 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0--2 Sum,mary.--Two base hits: Corneli- son, J! Spanton, Bue. Sacrifice hits: Thomas. Stolen bases: MacMurphey, Isler, L. Miller 2. Struck out: by Spanton 8, by Grice 7. Bases on balls: off Spanton 1. Wild pitch: Spanton. Double play: J. Spanton o H. Noll.to Thomam I,eft on bases: Ortonville 7,1 i Marietta 3. Umpires Leavitt and An-, derson. Batting Averages. gram. PO A E An invitation has been sent to all 6 1 1' Sunday schools ta be present at these,, 2 1 0 meetings. The nmnber of delegates isll 9 0 0' unlimited, and each organization is to 0 2 0 be urged to send as many as possible. 0 4 0 An interesting and instructive pro- 1  0 gram has been drawn up for each: 1 1) 0 meeting. 1 0  The officers of the Big Stone Court- 7 1 0 ty Sunday School association are, president, Rev, F. W. Agte of Odes- sa; secretary, Miss Hattie C. Smith of Beardsley; and treasurer, H. H. DiWall of Correlk ] The morning session will begin at] 1 ' 0:00 o clock. Names appearing on] the program are: Mrs. A. G. Sho-I gren of Madison, Rev. W. J. Barr of Beardsley, Rev. F. W. Agte, Re% Paul J. Bockoven of the First Congre: gational church of this place, Miss Azalia lqastings, Abel Eastman, Miss Lydia Stotesbery, Orvil!e Dittes, and Rev. Gee. E. Zech of Big Stone City, S. D. The business session of the associa- tion will be held at the close of the afternoon program. Reports of offi- cers and committees will be made at, i the evening m___ eeting___ " ()pen New Granite Quarry. I Red granite of one of the finest i grades is being obtained by the Or- I tonville Monu,ment works in a new il quarry which they opened up last / week eight miles southeast of here. Mr. Johnson, one of the members of the firm. has stated that if this quar- ry hold:- out as according to present Player-- GAB H Pet. Zwiener . ........................ 6 23 9 .392 IacMnrphey ................. 5 21 8 .381 Cornetison ...................... 6 24 9 .37fl Cvice ............................ 4 17 6 .;53 Kelly ................................. 4 16 4 .250 Pen:ick ............................ 6 28 7 .250 E. Miller . ....................... 6 22 5 .227t W. Miller ........................ 2 6 1 .167 I i Isler . ............................... 6 25 4 .160 ,V'llev.. . .................. , .......... 4 17 1 .059 (lertelson ....................... 3"]2 0 .000] indicaiions, they w, ill be able to sup- ply the demand of this section of thd country with granite of high grade. Later on if times improve, they will enlarge their plant here, and will dolo business on a larger scale. They will t continue to take from their qua'ry I near Bellingham. --1Hil!i,m-y Opening at the Peggy (}ax, ;-,v e Shop on saturday, August i '0. "l!w very latest models in hats. ! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII The test of a Bank's facilities for service is chieflyMisplayed in its will to serve common good. This is one Bank that covets every opportunity t o serve the individual and thru him the com- munity in which we live. i imp" L i i i i ,N, ,ill roll And w'll show you some real "neck to " neck" finishes when you visit the big MINNESOTA STATE FAIR September 3 to 10 ii i i ii i [I  I I :il/ili For Mid-Winter Comfort, ;uy .... (our 00ets N PIONEER STOR], C [,-O1 ERATI00 ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA ,j!( CO. ; , ?i AUGUST 'o[ nkel.s i,:#(P::.:2 II gl00: A gut22 d { Startin on u s " Attend This Sale! Buy Your lhqnter Bed Coverings r! Now is the time to buy your blankets. Right now when our stock is new and fresh. Don't wait until the cold weather sets in and catches you unpro- tected. Guard yourself and family from colds and more serious diseases. We suggest--buy your blankets NOW! In addition to having your pink of one of the best stocks of Wool, Wool-finished, and Cotton blank ts:that We have ever had the pleasure to dispmv in our store, you can save money, if you will take advantage of this opportunity. Extra Special. Gray and Tan $1.85 Extra Special Gray and Tan Extra Special Fancy Plaids and Checks; Wool Finish $5.00 Extra Special Gray and Tan $ 00..50 These Prices Effective During Ctur August ,e ( aly The above are only few of the Blanket Bargains we have. We have on sale a wide range of sizes and weights from which to satisfy your wants THE ORTONWILLE IN,DEPENDENT PAGE $- - J' L' i|agee, Frank GttIieb, and LOCALS REPEAT WITH MARl" I Countv Sunday SchOols l! Mrs. Kirtle Magee of Sylvan Beth i ETTA AND WlN 8 TO l To-Meet Hele- Thursday I [ Foster, motored down to Ortonville (Continue4 fm page 1) I ,; Tue day a e'noo i ....... S ; B " . . . u.dav schools of Big tnno count, Gannon turned o hs  an r R C Ka rche a hey d o h .g that endangered I I" , .... r .n< w I hodhe,rannuabconvent/unhere n Aberdeen Monday. I hlkhen motored to Minneapolis to the Ortot3vll e team. Only three men nex T u sdayfi Augu t 25. A ,,ut 12 Dora Darr ng on o B g Stone ,islt at the home of Mrs Kaereh,,)'s faced Gr,ee in each of these three m- undav hnnls fro., v oa ce a patlent a he era heap a i brother for a few clays. I nius, 1,1 it was nt until the final n  n r ex e te n t 'ud Evevn Doohar iF bk from  s Ca c 'a erie T R.ak :.t,,/,l. harcwascccuple,lbye, ilc:,ti., he,c f,, I,c,, vc ,n o h c he spent ul the '" I cccLvr  (' o p he e I ' ce   ,tl .e ileld dulmg L I ., t the at .n the nmth foltho ilto, , eho lax Inursdao she wa,,i.e- I c  n g laft men T " e nu uone u foce .... om Krk IF moved n,to the c o o allen , .,,on ',11 ,hodat theConrega, Pfiuego u ed Wne h e 'cd .Ve em)l o sea seennd rn'u g hc Su y OVer he O on e Vuca z Cl/rnll Ki,hod ,c 9 a.d Mis out at e(,.,/ o. a fiede/ ca,le, un u n, hue cningsossi,,n ' ' ........ a  N vas u "hen hc a o [Hazel kienhnld ao 11 nf Bell in  t t t I , o  e he chuch I am,eeolr,, on (nes[aya t:ow si,'e oh n average I ' . fomPine e  oe e s c ho F anlkal hn pital  chn kcrs who w he here fir " " t thol.em,elsof the eamufter le e mlT;i ...... Mr and Mrs. Clink Otton eptc,  a o g e su a' F u' o i  ? J"T ......  M.=. . 9" ,orcn The he J  then home ,,, loa Mnn h a te thi ,In el a)e now luttn, O.el .300 " ' re ooknafe sfa n- 1 h .... ' Othe' ho a been closely ,don test of a Bank's Peraon le g e unme at h Van n of w on ae unc e w er s  an eett o the I k . aeJage langlng flow 353 to 392 'e e  k m [hg Ntone ou . " nd Mr& El.nest B ..... fthei Fin BI, i !Y "iH al h ..... part in the pin. faciiities for service is  rnt th rt of the wek mo d S  gtn, I a :, or T ...... e ho-seore-- " ..... chiefly displad in its will to serve lqap s .- pc). Ot "le BR ItPOAE An" uha be 'u .... d M .............. t on fo ............................................................. "e . t t,o common good. This is one Bank that r  outing at the Park ir lnul.say at the lcal hospttaL Petrick' 3b ..... 5 0 1 2 1 0' tneting, The nmnhor of delegates J covets every opportunity t O t cottage Miss Ella Sanders attended a family Zwiener, lb .......  O 1 9 0  unlimited anti each or a zat" is to ergo Hare of Fargo N. D, it umon at Pat Dalys near Clinton Kelly, ss _ 4 1 O 0 2 0 be urged to end  mny as possible, serve the individual and zorafe d thh" f 'l Sunday Te ereheween they Grce p 4 O 1 0 4 O An in(crating I tuetve r a ........  + I ........ po- thru him the com- te Pensula and forty relath.es and fmends ps ColneHson, T ....... 4 0 1 1 . 0 t gm has been drawn ttp for each Var Meter of Council Bulffs ont. lsler. If 4 0 0 1 =ff 0 meeting ` munity in which h visiting at the J. H- Hadle Phllhp Buttke' age 26' of Twin E Mli. ler' ef ........... 4 I 0 I 0 @ The feers of the Big Stne Co- we live. F this week. Brooks, S. D. umbeent an opera- W. MllIer e 4 0 0 7 1 0 ty Suuday School a sue a on a, Rapids cal hospital On Wednesday of this Totals .......... : 39 3 6 27 9 1 sa; s ary Mis* Hattie C Smith a d Mrs. Newton p  to ear (ion for appendicitis at the Evangeli ...... presiden t Roy F W Ag e of Odes- week Marietta-- ABR H PO A E!of Bedsley; and tur, H. H of Wilmot, S I. D, Davies and daughter, Mrs. j Span(on, ss 4 I 2 3 l[lWall of Co.elL 4 hi.rated on last Saturday at Kissingr and children of Heels re- Thomas, ib 4  0 1[ The moing sessinn ill begin at turned hme Frklay night after sev- Renson ' c ..... 4 00 0 8 1 0 10:0 o'clock. Names appearing on o)aldayssta attheil'cottageon le ue, el" .... 4 0 2 1 0 0[the ploglm are: MI A. G. She Little Falls Peninsula. H. Nell 2b 4 0 0 2 2 3 gren of lXilan, Roy. W. J Ralr of trip Ma. [L J, Cole and children of tler 3b ......... 3 0 0 2 1 l]Beazd!ey, R.v. F, w. Agte, Re a Hoffm of Twin TaeY are visiting friends north of H. Spanton, p 3 0 0 1 1 O Pm!l J. Bknven of the First Congre- D., is a patient at the oYn for a sholt time on her way to . Miller. If 2 1 O 2 0 I ] at!nal drench of th! pDce, .|lss hospital, pith Dak ,ta theLe she will visit for R. Nell, rf ........ 3 0 0 3 O 0 Azaim llatlngs, Abel r;atonm, Miss a iv( fihi e period. ..... :Lydia Soeley, Or I, !ittes, and Mr. and Mls, L, N. Vmewitz of .= MIs. A pc- Totals 32 2 5 27 8 7j SevD.Ge" E. Zh of Big Stone CIt Seo.e by ngs-- Th h lar I of Ashby were over Sunday , e usiness session of the asocia- l on e ......... a ........................ . 5)Lriett]a ] 0 00 10 0 I 00 10 2 0  00=! ....... i .......................... yr made the trip bY eat. , af e o n p o'am Rope s of era- family of Olin San ezs an nay] Fo nov of Sum'maty'--rw ha hits Crn h ] rs an con n te w e made a on J S0ano Rue Saerfiehtslthc e e Malted at the H, S. Eaton houle y morning for Rk , v n ng m ng Thom Stolen bases: MaeMnrphey, Lake, N. D, after having helped with ller 1, Miller 2 Struck out. b % N e Granite @. Pal m went to Poorer, 8, D. threshing on (he Rothwell and Ander. ..... on w qttany. Spanton g, by Gre 7. ]ase nn bails: I ][e( gra e of o e of the finest off Spanton 1. Wild pitch: Sp!mton. I grades iF being obtained by the O. Miss Agnes Rogoshaska turted Double play: J SDanton 0 n. Nell to I tonilh Monll,,nent xolkS in a ew] Monday night from St. Cloud where ..he na e on a e 0 on o 7 ) I I th e u I Semmer, age 8, of thlee weeks with hel '  " . . ,, q a c e - op no, p * s [1 Marietta . Empnes l,eavltt and An week night ,nil southeast ff here I Io]ks ,xhu lixe Glele. A sistel fzom dersnn" ] MP ,John,l, one of the meml)es ofl lhis'week. Philadelphia xxas alo thole. ] tile firm has staled that if Ihie qum. The ladles of the Missiolmry So Bailing Xverages. i ) In ut a aceoldillg to pl.eat ciet of the hie(he(list church will pla el. G AB It Pet i J,dk:ln on he. will be ahle to su D J business interests" !ohl a Food Sate at l((l}litK stole X,iene ...... (; 23 9 392[ p] tle demand nf this ston of the i I tl  ('am *; S i ax, Aug 20 The ,lcMnrohey . 5 21 S .3gli cnun V %h g unit e of high gl tde. i ale xli]l hegiu at 2.00 o'clock co.eli on a 24 9 ,376[ Lltte ,31 rues n or "e ev w And w 'll show you some real "neck to q (;o] ge Stern xxho lix$s ahiut nln :icc .......... 1 17 6 .353 or,In,go their plant heir, and %;J/] 40 I. Park- Glle Wednesday. He was aceompan _nishes when yon visit the big E. Hills arid faro ,dies nolth of Ortonville nu the wet I(cH, 4 g '1 2501 :uin on a larger ale They will] neck" S D., are speudil, g a ,t:,d ,,n n hushless callc in Or(on. 'el/irk ....... 6 2F, 7 250 i c.nlhlae to take flow their qualry l: MTIe, 6 22 5 .227 heal Belllnghn 1 d :' his dauff]fler JsOP hl ..... " "fill .....  ........ MINNESOTA STATE FAIR 'lhe Ia, tc' Ad of the Methodist ller ............ 6 25 4 .0 --NillbwlY Openi at the Pe'gy W,e. September 3 to I0 be ontctaie,L / {bvft 3 ..... 4 17 I .or9 I a ;':Ae h,,p m Satn.hD, Augut Fitch (hoe out flow Minne , ,al( :'loln a /ktol ,n, 3 12 o 0pfl t -i h,, er 3 latei hdcls in hits.  i >[ hem Wedneda), Aa ............ le Jil n lqege ami] o 'Akron All the ladie ale ealdially inxited to ................  are noll h at Bt/i i, Oll"e he u & Ge e ) o   t .,e o .................. For Mid,Winter Comfort, Buy Your g_anets, Now! on)no O/.nlcl , m,,, lel ,:,1 n , lie )ace n h, Oto) a ocks,.   ,h,ok )ou,,,b o. up:,d   an,/ Rothell hotDc ,e,necc "I;,t Chl.e xa< ,,ladeth "" ........................ ...................... PIONEER STORE CO OPERATIVE CO ask of Chleao re c.,,m h.),e na:,d ti,e, b. u t, the C. ]d. Blemel cottage. [  tUOt,,at," ,uldhlg. 1 P M, Wilson of Mhmeapolis ,:mk C,(,LtFh (q St. I.oui ?el( a,,d wi :,)- and i)esu,( (,t /tc ti,e ith Co, a Struck. l i,t oola,a., and the ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA ?dis. D'eonez rod ehhllOn c.mpaa) of t. Louis, M(,, Iowa, le vlgltiag with here Satu.lay atteLoOn and il family or . few days. spend the lmt/hnlet df the monlh at .............................................. ,.o,o, .... AUGUST famil retulned ,it at the Maee cottage there. Iilg mae i. an. bliss Sffe Millald el Minneapolis ...................................... of[i Pflueger eompanicd Jack the J. l( B ) (o. Piue last week by Chautauql fol a Jew (labs das "lhe other n J. Jtnnlson a,ul dauhtel JeaneLte ol d Mrs. who J:uesuille, rdls Millald of hi.ken. idge, Mis l.;dna Scott of Aneta, N. to Abet- D.. and ?*Us L Ha. They made the trip here b auto a S" D., waz a Amongst Mohridge 8. D. peep o t t le al hospital, alal un-[who islted at the Goodman cottage operation on Momlay of Hlere on tlleil way o o er sot ' ,oi,,, L, ]: I'ietce" awl MI. Morlison, .... h ..................... I .............................. Starting Monday, August 22 moroJng to inn a[};eing at the hi, ad of he Mamott eng.ine for O!et theatr e there. Jnmes ('ings and ...... ;"I::2]:!2ii[i:?i';l:21:"tt Attend This Sale! Buy Your Winter Bed Coverings Now! Week letucd to her home Mis. Helhelgel ' Bulgnl 1 Hellleigq ' and l)t. alt [l , Txinnilg. ..........  ........................................... ,,,-esed, th.re  no dou . ,,ha, NOW is the time to buy your blankets Right now when our stock is new ...... .................... and fresh. Don t wait until the cold weather sets in and catches you unpro- Bi Stone lake theil 11 . ver ......... tected. Guard yourself and family from colds and more serious diseases. MI. nd Mis. A H, ..................  ........... :- ,n, .... We suggest buy your blankets NOWt In addition to having your pick of kins leturnrd Satulxlaylm .................. at  ...... one of the best stocks of Wool, Wool-finished, and Cotton blankets that we hospital SPt lugs' 3hi, b gon one,' ..... k, ,.t ...... have ever had the pleasure to display in our store, you can save money, if well pleasl w]l]l it that they made ............. , ........ ges, will take advantage of this opportt)nity. in Ortonville at the Thursday ,,eek to attend to some bu ir,ess, sad ..... w ................. ' ' I:]] I ...... fC ......... h ......... h ............ Extra Special. 1 Extra Special Extra Special Extra S:e;ia i[ : Kaeher. The life agreed with him. [I I ladiesr.attended Oak Hal/, time i)l four ears that he Gray and Tan Gray and Tan []Fancy Plaids and Checks; I] Gray and Tan A. J. Hart of Abe Wool Finish gunsts Idr. and MI, (harge of it dBr]ng blr. Sfmges' at " . Ness who has been a su.t- ..................................... f ..... Fhe above are only few of the Blanket Bargains we have. We have on MoYz% where she will at a very low test by ,ruskin? .......... sale a wide range of sizes and weights from which to satisfy your wants week looking af .........  = grain -- Mil}inery ay s,,, ........ These Prices Effective During Our August Sale Only Frank McKim, Eugen The vet latest mlel in Clarence Pringle ---Oilcloth-85 ant{ 89c yd. Tyler% Variety Store. AUGUST 18, 1921 THE ORTONW ILLE i *i J. L. Magee, Frank Gottlieb, and ,L, SOCIAL l!Mrs. Kittie Magee of Sylvan Beach, NEWS ITEMS I J Foster, motored down to Ortonville $ Tuesday afternoon. : B. Gannon returned to his' Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kaercher and Aberdeen Monday. t Dora Darrington of Big Stone! patient at the local hospital. Doohar is back from which she spent in the! Kirk is moved into the the Ortonville Vulcaniz- 1 Pttueger returned Wednes- t Pine River where he visitea i Eisenmenger of Correstionville, here looking after his fai'm- Mrs. Ernest Brown of the spent the first of the week :and Mrs Baft of Milbank are an outing at the Park in t cottage. Hare of Fargo, N. D., is a few days with his family Meter of Council Bulffs, at the J. H. Hadley week. and Mrs. Newton plan to leave for Park Rapids where a farm. Davis of Wilmot, S. on last Saturday at here. - ell of the Ford Garage to Little Falls Wednesday trip. Rosella Hoffman of Twin S. D., is a patient at the hospital. and Mrs. J. Arthur Matthews a business trip to Breckenridge the week. Earl Fifield and children of are visiting relatives in this veek. and family of Browns at the H. S. Eaton home unday. W. Palm went to Peever, S. D., of this week to attend to matters there. Semmer, age 8, of Mil- D., had his tonsils removed this'week . Zummach of Minneapo- here the first of the week look* business interests. Egmayer of Twin Brooks, her tonsils removed at the this Wednesday. md Mrs. T. E. Hills and fare- S. D., are spendil]g a at Chautauqua Park of Dallas, Texas, arrived the balance of the season folks at the Peninsula. Fitch drove out from Minne- spend a fv days with his S, Mr. and Mr.:. J. K. Boyd. : Jim Hegge family of Akron re now located at Bemidji children motored to Minneapolis to visit at the home of Mrs. Kaercher's brother for a few days. Miss Carrie Pamten of Twin Brooks was receivql at tl hospital t'ere Wednesday. Thursday she was oper- "ten on for appendicitis. Clifford Kienhold, age 9, and Mis Hazel Kienhoht, age 11, of Belling- ham were operated on Wednesday at the Evangelical hospital Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton departed for their home in Iowa Monday after spending the summer at the Van In- wegian cottage on the lake Floyd Bellington, age 13, of Twinn Bl'ooks, S. D., underwent an opera- tion for the removal of his tonsils Thursday at the local hospital. Miss Ella Sanders attended a family reunion at Pat Dalys near Clinton, Sunday. Thm, e were between thirty and forty relatives and friends pres- ent. Phillip Buttke, age 26, of Twin Brooks, S. D., underwent an opera- tion for appendicitis at the Evangeli- cal hospital on Wednesday of this week. I. D. Davies and daughter, Mrs. Kissinger and children of Hecla re- turned hme Friday night after sev- eral days stay at their cottage on the Peninsula. Mrs. B. J. Cole and children ()f Tacy are visiting friends north of ton for a short time on her way to Ninth Dakota where she will visit for an imtefinite period. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Vennewitz of Alexandria and Mr. and Mrs. A. Pe- terson of Ashby were over Sunday visitors at the L. P. Hess hmne. They made the trip by car. Orin Sanders and David Forney of Winona left Friday morning for Rock Lake, N. D., after having helped with threshing on the Rothwell and Ander- son farms near Clinton. Miss Agnes Rogoshaska returned Monday night from St. Cloud where she visited for three weeks with her folks who live here. A sister fron: Philadelphia was also there. The ladies of the Missionary So- ciety of the Methodist "churcl will bold a Food Sale at KoHitz's stm'e this coming" Saturday, August 20. The .aie will begin at 2.00 o'clock. George Steen who lixes about nin >iles north of Ortonville on the west ,oad wa a business caller in Orton- ville Wednesday. He was accompan- ied by his daughter Josephine. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist church will be entertained by Mrs. Cochran and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom at the Cochran home Wednesday, Au- gust 24. Refreshinents will be served. All the ladies are cordially invited to  onle. ......... Imndstrom & Geise] proprietors of WIll litaKe tnelr ltOIYie. , . . a ' ** .  < . I;De urtonvll e lleal; i)larKel; nave ' oeniue Olinder of Moiri lef ]  . , .... -, )..  ' , ?ove(I ln,o ,lie place in LtIe U)'LOI! : atter a weeks ",i- at tle l , ' h t .  ] ....lock fo:mcHy oc(,utnett t? I',. ( ,morn and Rothwell home l L. hennecke. "] l!e c]lallffe was llla(le th - P Scott of the Park adl : rst part of t is week. Rrcnn:wke g; Cassler of Chicago are  Femwr have moved their busine:s t,. the C. E. Bremer cottage. M. Wilson of Minneapolis here Wednesday and witj on!e time with Cora Struck. Mrs. Fenner and children Iowa, ate vigiting with family for a few clays. Zittow came down from Aber- tladav. His family returned % tte trip being made by au- er Pflueger accompanied Jack to Pine River last week by d will remain for a few days and Mrs A T Walker who staying at tlae Spink hmne Dast Week returned to Aber- alland of laeever, S. D., was a t the local hospital, and un- an operation on Monday of Rothi left for Steel, N. D., "day morning to run ]a machine engine for O e Bikstad of Corona, S. D., a patient at the hospital Week returned to her home L and a half pound son was and Mrs. B R. Karn last August 11, at the Evangel- P. Everson and Warren for Austin Wednesday visit with Fred Ever- age 2,, of Twin was operated on last the Evangelical hospital kid of the Norwegian at the home of Mrs. lberg on Thursday after- 25. Brown of Canada is the Belva Kaercher. The attended Oak Hall, Mrs. A. J. Hart of Abet- at the Park. They guests Mr. and Mrs. who has been a sum- at the Orton Hotel left Morris where she will of Aberdeen, S. D., was the week looking af- of grain on land here. Frank MeKim, Eugene Pringle from are visiting at the home ,]I Cummens buikling. }'yank Gottlieb of St. lxmis, scrc {ary and treasurer of the American- trust company and the Title Trus, company of St. Louis, Me., arrived here Satmday afteThoon and wil, :;pend the remainder'df the month at 3ylvan Beach near Foster He will visit at the Magee cottage there. Miss Sue Millard of Minneapolis. formerly of this city, and t)artv of friends vibited at the J. K. Boyd cot- rage at Chautauqua Park for several davs. The other members were Mrs. J. Jennison and daughter Jeamtte of Janesville, Mrs. Millard of Brecken- ridge, Miss Edna Scott of Aneta, N. D., and Miss Lydia'Lux of Minneapo- lis. They made the trip here by auto. Amongst Mobridge, S. D., people who x isited , at the Goodman cottage here on their way to other resorts were, L. E. 1?trace and Mr. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stacy, Mr. Stacv being at the head of the Mascott theatre there, James Cumings and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Mailand, Mr. laila d being president of the Citizens State Bank of Mobridge, Mrs. ttellreigel, Borgan Heltreigel, and Dr. and Mrs. Twinning. Accord- ing to the opinions which they ex- pressed, there is no doubt, but what several of the above lmmed will make Big Stone lake their future summer outin place. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Sturges and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jen- kins returned Saturdyrom a two v. eek outing at Bonanza Mineral Springs. They had intended at first to be gone only a week, but rere so well pleased with it that they made it two weeks. Mr. Sturges, who was in Ortonville at the end of the first week to attend to some business, said that one week was not enough,' and that fishing, bathing, and the outdoor life agreed with him. It was the first time in four years that he has ab- sented himself from the office of Reg- istrar of Deeds to take a vacation. A L. Lee, assistant in the office, had charge of it during Mr. Sturges' ak- sence. --You can have a beautiful Lamp Shade at a very low cost by ,makin,z it in our work room. The M. M. John- son Furniture Co. --Millinery Opening at the Peggy Gay Style Shop on Saturday, Augm:t 20. The very latest models in hats. I --Oilcloth-35c and 39c yd. Tyler's Variety Store. LOCALS REPEAT WITH MARI- I County Sunday ScRools ETTA AND WIN 3 TO 2 TO Meet Here Thursda (Continued from page 1) .  Y Sunday schools of Big Stone count5 run they (lid nothing that endangered i will hold their annual- convention here the Ortonville team. Only three men l nex t Thursdayfi August 25. About 121 faced Grice in each of these three in- nings, and it was nqt until the final l Sunday schools from various places! in the county are exneeted to send l ,.'-t ,m f;  I.,.se was eccupm,1 b5 one I delegahmls here for the eouventmn. I of the visitors. Benson who startc(l l at the bat in the ninth for the visitors / Three meetings will be held during i the day The mbrning and aftcrnoonl flied out. Bue singled but was force,-1 . '  out at second on a fielder's choice, l sessmns will be he.d at the Congrega-.i tional (hu, ch, and the evening session', and H. Noll was out when he at- in the Methodist church. temptcl to steal second. Prominent elmong the Sunday Below is ffiven the batting averages t of the members of the team after the school wm'kers who will be here for he convention is Mrs. A. G. Shogren Marietta game last Sunday. Four of of Madison, who is State Worker. I the players are now hitting over .300,Dthers who had been closely identi- all of whom are bunched with their fled with the work in Big Stone coun- averages ranging from .353 to .392. ty will also have a part in the pro- The box-score-- Ortonville-- ABR H MaeMurphey, 2b .... 5 1 2 Petrick, 3b .............. 5 t) 1 Zwiener, lb ............ 5. 0 1 Kelly, ss ........... ...... 4 1 0 Grice, p ................... 4 0 1 Cornelison, rf .......... 4 0 1 ]sler, If .................... 4 0 0 E. Miller, cf ............ 4 1 0 W. Miller c ............ 4 0 0 Totals ............ :....39 3 6 27 9 1 Marietta-- AB R H PO A E J. Spanton, ss ...... 4 1 2 1 3 1 Thomas, lb ............ 4 0 0 7 0 1 Benson, c ................ 4 0 1 8 1 Bue, cf .................... 4 0 2 1 0 01 H. Nell, 2b ............. 4 0 0 2 2 3 Berg, 3b .................. 3 0 0 2 1 1 H. Spanton, p ........ 3 0 0 1 1 0 L. Mtller, If ............ 3 1 0 2 0 1 R. Noll, xf .............. 3 0 0 3 0 0 Totals .................. 32 2 5 27 8 7 Score by Innings-- Ortonvi]le-- 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0--3 Marietta 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0--2 Sum,mary.--Two base hits: Corneli- son, J! Spanton, Bue. Sacrifice hits: Thomas. Stolen bases: MacMurphey, Isler, L. Miller 2. Struck out: by Spanton 8, by Grice 7. Bases on balls: off Spanton 1. Wild pitch: Spanton. Double play: J. Spanton o H. Noll.to Thomam I,eft on bases: Ortonville 7,1 i Marietta 3. Umpires Leavitt and An-, derson. Batting Averages. gram. PO A E An invitation has been sent to all 6 1 1' Sunday schools ta be present at these,, 2 1 0 meetings. The nmnber of delegates isll 9 0 0' unlimited, and each organization is to 0 2 0 be urged to send as many as possible. 0 4 0 An interesting and instructive pro- 1  0 gram has been drawn up for each: 1 1) 0 meeting. 1 0  The officers of the Big Stone Court- 7 1 0 ty Sunday School association are, president, Rev, F. W. Agte of Odes- sa; secretary, Miss Hattie C. Smith of Beardsley; and treasurer, H. H. DiWall of Correlk ] The morning session will begin at] 1 ' 0:00 o clock. Names appearing on] the program are: Mrs. A. G. Sho-I gren of Madison, Rev. W. J. Barr of Beardsley, Rev. F. W. Agte, Re% Paul J. Bockoven of the First Congre: gational church of this place, Miss Azalia lqastings, Abel Eastman, Miss Lydia Stotesbery, Orvil!e Dittes, and Rev. Gee. E. Zech of Big Stone City, S. D. The business session of the associa- tion will be held at the close of the afternoon program. Reports of offi- cers and committees will be made at, i the evening m___ eeting___ " ()pen New Granite Quarry. I Red granite of one of the finest i grades is being obtained by the Or- I tonville Monu,ment works in a new il quarry which they opened up last / week eight miles southeast of here. Mr. Johnson, one of the members of the firm. has stated that if this quar- ry hold:- out as according to present Player-- GAB H Pet. Zwiener . ........................ 6 23 9 .392 IacMnrphey ................. 5 21 8 .381 Cornetison ...................... 6 24 9 .37fl Cvice ............................ 4 17 6 .;53 Kelly ................................. 4 16 4 .250 Pen:ick ............................ 6 28 7 .250 E. Miller . ....................... 6 22 5 .227t W. Miller ........................ 2 6 1 .167 I i Isler . ............................... 6 25 4 .160 ,V'llev.. . .................. , .......... 4 17 1 .059 (lertelson ....................... 3"]2 0 .000] indicaiions, they w, ill be able to sup- ply the demand of this section of thd country with granite of high grade. Later on if times improve, they will enlarge their plant here, and will dolo business on a larger scale. They will t continue to take from their qua'ry I near Bellingham. --1Hil!i,m-y Opening at the Peggy (}ax, ;-,v e Shop on saturday, August i '0. "l!w very latest models in hats. ! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII The test of a Bank's facilities for service is chieflyMisplayed in its will to serve common good. This is one Bank that covets every opportunity t o serve the individual and thru him the com- munity in which we live. i imp" L i i i i ,N, ,ill roll And w'll show you some real "neck to " neck" finishes when you visit the big MINNESOTA STATE FAIR September 3 to 10 ii i i ii i [I  I I :il/ili For Mid-Winter Comfort, ;uy .... (our 00ets N PIONEER STOR], C [,-O1 ERATI00 ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA ,j!( CO. ; , ?i AUGUST 'o[ nkel.s i,:#(P::.:2 II gl00: A gut22 d { Startin on u s " Attend This Sale! Buy Your lhqnter Bed Coverings r! Now is the time to buy your blankets. Right now when our stock is new and fresh. Don't wait until the cold weather sets in and catches you unpro- tected. Guard yourself and family from colds and more serious diseases. We suggest--buy your blankets NOW! In addition to having your pink of one of the best stocks of Wool, Wool-finished, and Cotton blank ts:that We have ever had the pleasure to dispmv in our store, you can save money, if you will take advantage of this opportunity. Extra Special. Gray and Tan $1.85 Extra Special Gray and Tan Extra Special Fancy Plaids and Checks; Wool Finish $5.00 Extra Special Gray and Tan $ 00..50 These Prices Effective During Ctur August ,e ( aly The above are only few of the Blanket Bargains we have. We have on sale a wide range of sizes and weights from which to satisfy your wants