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August 31, 1922     The Ortonville Independent
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AUGUST L l M ORTONVlLLE INDEPENDENT PA@E DOUBLE PAGE FOR WOMEN ,%. ING STAMPS h Purchases exchangeable for in your stamp antage of. this ection of S. & H. Your Book , Tags, Soap .:i: ** T* ,,ee,,, ee -}e. ?, :% L.. .ee When you put cash on the counter instead of "charge it" on his books, you help the merchant to help you. He in turn gives you S. & H. Green Stamps in appreciation of your co-operation and to assure you a substantial sav- ing. "-' -'- You place the stamps in your little book for safe-keep- ing, then when it is filled you exchange it for an article of standard manufacture for your own personal use or for your home. For twenty-five years S. & H. Green Stamps have serw % ed American house-wives and merchants, and today they are the standard by which similar systems are judged. You can rest assured that when you see the sign "We Give S. & H. Green Stamps," you'll find a store where you trade and merchandise you like to buy. Make it a point to get S. & H. Green Stamps as your discount. You earn them. It's always the best policy to get all you earn. Millions do. Why not you? Are Your Interest on the Money You Who Give Them, Spend. m iii I , ,., . Old Men (hildren ' Toun00 Hen ii i 1 I ii IIII II s l 99 "We Clothe Them All Correct y SUITS KAMPUS TOGS for the Young Man, very proper, Hand Tailored Models for those who appreciate the conagrvative style Everything for the Kiddies, from hobby little Suits to Covenalls HATS AND CAPS FIIEI) HATS for all wear " KRAFT CAPS in many styles and hape that will please you BOOTS AND SHOES LUNDIN SHOES for dre: wear. Other standard lines for b.eavy service BAI,L BRAND HIP BOOT for Huntinv,. Don't forget them, MEN'S FURNISHINGS EVERYTHING from Ties to Garters and from Shirts to Sox. All .tandard brands and complete .as:orments of sizes and styles Rivere Sweaters, $8.00 each The NEW STYLE SHOP WARFORD & PERSSON Proprietros We give S. & H. Green Stamps on all purchases. Ask fo them ,J IIIIIIINIIIU PREVAIL " i considered 1 v,ery euy t'wan Is that gtrl to lm ,eh of the tn .the pten a.,.e ahow ' which e.mme 1, et  u,wn tyle in of aataem lly hM a bll nela st t shadow-proof dO*  is lnended Cheer  an  wtt a :Z Robert Hunter of Milbank, was a i business visitor in this city on Tues-i day. Mrs. E. J. Senescall returned VeMen, S. Dak., on Thursday she has been visiting with Dr. C. E. Senescall for a hort time after spending rune months in Pam- ona and other points in California. 5iis Louise Smith of St. Paul vis- ited frimds in *l',ns city Thurs, tav. and: Fiday. Liis, Smith wilt be remem- bere(i as one of he high ch:)al fac- ui:,, membe here a year algo. She exit, cots to each at HibbL,; :hi com- ig year. Lloyd Odney and wife ( Water- tv,p., S. Dak, stopped oii f,r a :dort vi::it with L. A. Kaercher luz:,iay, e::route to the home of the o;z?er's parents at Benso:., where they are to visit for a short time Mr. Odney is a brother of Mrs. Kaercher's. WHO'S WHO AMONG WOMEN 13ook" to be Published a Record of, Women's Activities In Minnesota i | A book, "Who's Who Among Min- i nesota Women" is to be published by Mrs. W. T. Coe of Minneapolis,[ former president of the Minnesota', eederafion of Women's Clubs, and Mary Dillion Foster, newspaper Writ- er of St. Paul, at 613 Harem Building. The book is to be a record of achievement of Minnesota women who are leaders in educational, civic and community enterprises and who have made records in war work, Americaniza'cion, patriotic and re- ligious activity. It will also include memorial to women who pioneered for sufferage and have been leaders in various kinds of public work and who died in recent years. The plan is to have about 300 portraits and bi- ographies in the book, which will be printed in two colors on art paper and have flexible leather binding. The book will be placed in every li- brary in the state and with the State Historical Society as permanent rec- ord of what women have done for progress in Minnesota. It will be supervised by a board of editors to l represent the Minnesota Federation of Women's Clubs, Minnesota Federa- tion of Fraternal Women, Minnesota W. C. T. U., Lague of Women Voters and other state organizations. The plan of the publication is to be pre- sented at variou women's headquar- ters at the state fair and at the con- vention of the state federation of i clubs in Bemidji September 15. Prominent women in every eounty t will further the progress of the book. Nothing of the kind has ever been published in Minnesota. The book will be dedicated to the late Maria Sanford professor emeritus of the University of Minnesota, and will con- . 6 " '9 rain her Apostrophe to the Flag. It will be ready for distribution in October, / Your Hardware Needs Will be supplied by us, for the next thirty days, at the lowest prices heard of in many years. Oar large and complete stock will be reduced at once ........ " GOLF CLUBS Invincible Putter, each .... $1.50 Invincible Mid Iron, each . ' 1.50 Invincible Driver, each . . i i , 2.75 JUVENILE SETS--Three Clubs and Bag $8.00 FISHING TACKLE HEDDON'S DOWAGIAC BAITS 75c STEWART RANGE With Reservoir and High Closet . . $55.00 These are only a few prices quoted as an example of those pre- vailing. Come in and look. For the Next 10 Days Only We will give on all Cash Purchases, Double 12 for 1t S & H Green Trading Stamps. Take advantage of this offer. PIKE'S HARDWARE ORTONVILLE, MLNNESOTA i i ii)i)