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Ortonville, Minnesota
August 31, 1922     The Ortonville Independent
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THE ORTONYILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, AUGUST THE' ORTONVILL00E INDEPEN S& H GREEN Given Free 66  /.GREEN TRADING STAMPS are given 2, 7F007' 222c:2tt, 2 ways trade where you get them. An Extra Op One stamp will be given with every dime you spend, : i : : and, any dealer, will give you a collectors book to paste them in. A full book of these stamps entitles its holder, ! D t any f the valuable premiums llsted in the big S" & H" I! The REED STU I0 catalogue, for one book. Youmay save asmanybooksas you please redeeming them one at a time or severally ac- q There are h When considering a Fine cording to your own desires. . " . Wrappers, lrea You incur no obligations by saving stamps. Many i! '" []]St Portrait or Family Group thrifty people have furnished entire rooms without cost, Green Sta Picture always think of the they just saved stamps. Start your Book today. REED Studio. , It will pay you totrade With those fair-minded mer- -'.1 book, then see chants who gladly pa3 you a sound discount in S. & H.  . . 11 Send us those Films for Gr.Stmps. Get your little book. The pages are soon  opportumty to m:ue I filled The saving is easily made. It's up to you }. Development. "Daily Ser- " The giving of S. & H. Green Stamps as a sound and ii F vice on all Mail Orders as practical discount for cash trade is si{lply a fair-minded ..4.:.o..,, i.   well as Local work. way for amerehant to sere e his customers. WegiveS.&H. Green Stamps on all purchases: Ask for them ' / iBanks PaY Interest Only on Buy Everytlain : = " ,  AND NEWS ITEM ; "'" r,.L.*. 1  Your Savings! Arling Pau}son 9f Wheato:-, a Jun- ior studen: a; Ca2:'cm, ",-i:l Laci- Commencing Friday, Sept. 1, We " Will Give S. & H. Green stamps Continuing our store plicy of giving the utmost in Quality, Price and Service we have again taken on the S.  H. Premium Service making it possible for all Cash Customers to receive this popular and valuable Co-operative discoufit. The PRACTICAL WORTH, STERLING QUAL- ITY and LASTING VALUE"of S. O H. Premiums are but a FEW of the reasons for the UNIVERSAL POPULARITY of S. O H. GREEN STAMPS. They are articles you need but need not buy. They are REAL MONEY SAVERS. Call for a Stamp Book--10 Extra Stamps ' F d St t "F'll" g Yo Book." "" "="'   o,o.,. while Mrs. Kaercher will remain at K THRU THE REDEMPTION CATALOG bomcfora,koroocontof the illness of her mother. LO0 and select ,r. , ,,rs. ,,Je,, cer  rived last Thursday evening by ear from the Hundreds of Pmces of Merchandise. to be had in frem Rock Rapids, Ia., to spend two weeks viting friends and relatives. exchange for S. @ H. Stamp Books. an Kaereher on Thursday, Miss Margaret Bouck motored over fro:n Milbank on Monday o spend tie day visiting 2,Iiss A!: Gc'can. Miss Ruby and Mathilda Brown of 5Ionevideo, have beep. uests for the past week of Mis Ahbie O.swood. 3liss Ira Jertson oz" Madison and Harold Tragy ot Lisbon, N. D., are guests at the'Scholt cottage on *he Feninsula. Mrs. P, O'Neill and son' Joe, daugh- ter Nellie and Miss Mary Kenney of Beardsley, visited in Ortonville las Thursday. J. H. Longnecker is tearing out tle horse barn and re-shaping it into a hen house, as Mr, Longnecker expects ta go into the chicken business in the Spring. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Longnecker, son Curtis and wife, and Mr. LaLonde, autoed to Bonanza Springs on Thurs- day to attend the auction sale a{ the Ali Lembke farm. Sunday School wilt be held at the Zion Lutheran Church at 12:00 o'clock next Sunday instead of the usual time. This is due to the fact, that Rev. Ar- thur of Mankato will conduct the . morning serwces. Mr. and Mrs. C. 12. Murphey ar- rived home Tuesday after a three weeks trip visiting at Iowa and Illi- nois, the greater part of iche time be- ing spent visiting Mrs. Murphy's parents at Peoria, Ill. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kaereher mo- tored to Benson on Sunday to spend the day visiting with Mrs. Kaercher's Kollitz Mere. Co. ie O-  ORTONVILLE, MINN.  @ '  @ At the present time they are guests at the home of Mrs. Buseher's sister, Mrs. John Gowan. Mr. Buseher was formerly employed at the Citizens National Bank of this: city. Ben J. Eisenmenger and his sister, Clara, and Mrs. J. "J, O'Connell and Victor Sehriner, of Anthon, Iowa, came up or a visit with the formers brother, Andrew, who lives near Graceville, and the James MeNiff family east of town. While here Mr. Eisenmenger looked after the thresh- ing on his. farm about 4 miles ea of here. / |