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DAY AUGUST 31, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENCY PAGE 7 t  &apos; i i i i i i i i Hi I J , I I II " # Frank Stephens, assistant manager Augu.t Larson left on Tuesday for _ NEWS ] of the C. A. Johnson Lumber Co., se-I Kenmare, N. D., in response to a vers his connection with that com- I message stating that his son, Oscar Pnberg spent a few says of pany on September 7 and will en-i who was visiting his sister, Mrs. John k in Graceville. ter Hamline University at the open- Carlson o] that pleace, had been taken . Wiedlund and family were ing of the fall term. sick and was in the hospital for an a Nassau tast Sunday. The Atterbury Bros. Show, at Clin- operation.  ldita Finwall, oi  argo, N. tGn on Monday night, t as well attend- G.M. Johnson, Max Beaty, Frank isaguestattheS. D. salveson ed. While only a small wagon cir-Petrick andtheir fmilies enjoyed an cus they furnished some good enter- auto tour last Sunday to points along .Rogoshaska, county nurse, tainment and the trained pony and Lake Traverse and also to White la baron elephant were especially good. Rock and Fairmount. The gentlemen wL --ess cai,er in uiintu,1 o The village park was the scene of selected a site on Traverse lake to go mW. L. Ross is visiting tiffs festiviw last Friday evening, when for the fall hunting. :at the home of ac" parent-< it friends" of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Ross A1 Trebi] and family spent last Sun- ',  D. gathered there to help that gentleman day at the Gardner home in Pleasant inez Black left cn Saturday celebrate his birthday. A picnic Valley. John Gardner is home from :on a trip to ke ..= ,aa chicken supper was the feature of the Deer River for a two weeks vaca- Points. IPoil nPlso and daughter of Minle- occasion and the evening wound-up tion. He and his mother will accom- wit' a trip to the Eahtonka Pavilion pany Mr. Hippte and Walter on an au- r guests tis week of Mis at Orto2:ville. to trip to the tate Fair. I toil Brooks of Marseilles, Illinois, est this week at the L. H. -- @ home. . . 00voson has a o, i fraishings in connection with glcery business. i Myrtle Ljungdahl of Orton- On account o_ poor health I am moving to the coast, and on :L_s a guest, of Mi.-s Maids TT TI'TV SEPT. 1 922 r, 0vet Sunda00, d Mrs Carl Steen made a trip to the cities the first of |eek, They drove down in taeir  ttalvorson of Benson, has been to teach the 7th and 8th in the Clinton school this : George Phalen and party of  fTom Milbank, S. Dak., were at the L. A. Larson home, on E.J. Johnson went to St. Paul y night to attend the W. C. nvention to which she is a Iart Tate returned to Clinton after having spent the sum-! Ith her sister, Mrs. Tom Hyatt, I -and S. Garage sold an Over- i this week to Leonard Tesch m City tractor to Lester 8. J. Severson and two child- 1 Mrs. E. P. Sande, of Minnea- :e guests this week of Dr. and wn'chase spent a few days eek at the lome of her daugh- l. Leonard Mundwiler, who has Wheeler left on Thurs- ior Moose Lake, Minn., where I: a position in the schools for for Appleton, lengaged in the school work  ext year. Ladies of the Norwegmn Lu- ehumh will serve regular din- ith-the Fair Grounds at the Big :t qunty Fair. Raldner, ' of Wahpeton, who Y lived on the farm now oc- by Jim Green, visited friends n this week. Schlimne has rented the Mills owned by Mr. Warlord, of e, and with his family is , in this week. Leona Larson and Mrs. Jonas .n have had as guests this their father, mother and bro- tf lanska, Minn. and Mavis Johnson gave a on Wednesday afternoon . to little girls and the occasmn most enjoyable one. t and Mrs. Axel Johnson and  Hedin and daughter Ruth, al! t!llar, Minn., visited over Suns tt the home of Theodore Ander-  Johnson and Miss AIIie John- dved home on Saturday night .airmont, where both had been  at the home of Mrs. Julius /t Stephens and Myron Wat btl on Tuesday morning :for '" ge, where they have em- t in the Great Nohern Shops. Saturday afternoon, Miss Bess L,s was hostess at a farewell to twenty guests ih honor of R. B. Fall. A very enjoyable ,W2eaS served. arl Johnson, daughter of Johnson, of Malta, was tak- the hospital at Ortonville on and on Monday underwent an n for appendicitis. t ie Oison is remodeling the lt of her home. The roof will Lzl, partitions taken out, .d  the carpenter work.  =o l on Thay ght .'md the State Fair, having won trlp in a stock judging contest ys' and Girls' Short Course s Agricultural School. .. Olson and family of Red Wing eU spending a week here and  at the homes of Ole and other relatives. They r home on Monday. 121 y s born to Mr. d .rtney Krook at the Graee- ospital on Saturday, August Lqt is a fine little fellow and will a Clifford Krook. Robert nd Patrick Hanxatty of Bar- their two threshing rigs a Wednesdayand will ship , N. Dak., where they  in threshing a large crop region. Word has been received this birth of a baby boy to John Weiler, of Duluth. was formerly Miss Edith of this city. Mrs. GttS. Er- Arthur left on Saturday the new arrival and his I will sell all my personal property on the farm known as the John T Webb farm 1-2 mile west and 1 mile south from Clinton, Minn. SALE CALLED AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. HORSES 1 Team of black mares, 6 and 7 yrs. old, wt. 2900 1 Black Mare Colt, 4 yrs. old, wt. 1500 1 Black Gelding Colt, 4 yrs/old, wt. 1100 1 Gray Gelding Colt, 4 a's. old, wL 1100 8 HEAD OF MILCH COWS 1 Black Cot', giving flow of milk 5 Red Cows, giving flow of milk 1 Spotted Cow, giving flow of milk 1 Roan Cow, will freshen sooh 14 HOGS AND SOME POULTRY 2 Sows and 12 Shoats, wt. about 50- lbs. each 70 Pekin Ducks 8 Geese About ten ton timothy hay MACHINERY Deering Binder, 6-ft. 1 Champion Mower, 6-ft. 1 Hay Rake 2 11-ft. Steel Harrows 2 14-inch Deere Walking Plows 1 16-inch Satley Sulky Plow, with breaker bottom 1 Deere Disc Corn Planter, with 160 rods he 2 Deere Corn Cultivators, -one riding and one walking. 1 10-ft. Spader 1 8-ft. Disc 1 I. H. C. Manure Spreader 1 Kentucky Disc Seed Drill 1 10-ft Weeder 1 Wagon Gear 1 Studebaker Wagon, with top box 1 Single Buggy, with tongue USet Bob Sleighs 1 Jumper 1 pair new Shafts i Saddle 2 Sets Work Harness 1 Single Harness 1 Anker Holth Cream Separator, N. 5 (new) 1 Hero Fanning Mill, with ft sieves 1 New Hog Crate 1 _ndstone 1 Endgate Seeder fl/Feed Cutte 1 Hand Corn Shelle 1 Hog Chute 1 Gravel Ford Truk box (holds one yard) 1 Pump Jack 1 Fuller & Johnson 1 H. P. Gas En- glne 1 Hand or Power Feed Grinder 1 Hay Rack 3 Chicken Coops, 8 ft long 1 Wide Tire Running Gear 1 Farmers Friend Fanng Mill 1 Shoe Corn Planter 1 Corn Binder 1 Buggy 1 Running Gear Wagon A few potatoes and about 10 acres field corn HOUSEHOLD GOODS 3 Iron Beds, with Springs to fit 1 Chiffonier with Mirror 1 ExtenrAon 12-ft. Table 1 Kitchen Cabinet 1 Windsor Drophead Sewing Machine (net') 1 Kimball Organ 1 Valve Trombone 10 Camp Folding Chairs 3 Rocking Chairs 1 8-day Clock 5 Bracket Lamps 1 Gas Lamp 1 4-burner Windsor Kerosene Stove 1 Radient 4 hole Cook Stove 1 Small Soft Coal Heater 1 Acme Sunburst Hard Coal Heater size 18 1 Drum Wood Stove 1 Kersene Oven 1 Maytag Power Washing Machine Pictures, Frames, Canning goods 300 Quarts Canned Goods I Ice Cream Freezer Garden Tools 1 240-1b. farm Scale 1 Confectionery Scale 25 Rugs, of all sizes Feather Ticks, and other household goods 1 50-gal. Gasoline Drum 1 40-gal. Kerosene Drum, filled 1 30-gal. Kerosene Drum 1 8-16 Avery Plow Tractor 1 12-bb. Wagcn Galvanized Tank 1 Residence lot in Clinton Minn., 75x165 ft Prof. Gastine House, 8x12-6 ft posts Other Articles Too Numerous to Men- tion. I AM SELLING EVERYTHING. NO GOODS RESERVED FREE LUNCH IN THE AFTERNOON TERMS OF SALE--All sums of $10.00 and under, Cash. Over this amount bankable paper will be taken, due Oct. 1923, at 8 percent. No property to be moved from premises before settling. JOHNi H. MARTIN, Owner TREBIL & DALY, Auctioneers CLINTON STATE BANK, Clerk "200low Mother Markets by Matar-" O  ha drhnm e- ! fred, to their prk, that g about an Ovedaml  Is remarkably mlmp Tim drlver' eat k omfortab. Tlm gemm dt md. stm bom ecmd natm T1mmm c womm who m driv  edm wooder how they eve t ak tlm them. The Overland mak the fresh produce o the farm m accemlble u the ccaer Wm=y. pin too, becom a plemmm kmte of a Imrdhi For real quality, conort, style and a11-rmaxl per- fommm the  tan  wKhout quatim 'the  moto  value tn America. Sherman & Spalinger Citate00 mnnmet00 to] I H. A. HetStt and fmily drove Mrs. F. M. Beaty accompanied by I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson were call- Appleton last Sunday  attend the I her daughter, Mrs. Earl Lancaster, of, ed home to Hawley, oft Mom}ay, by a funeral of Miss Tompkins who was / Nashville, Tennessee, are expe.ed!message which stated that Mrs. Ol- home on Friday morning of ths week. I son's brother, Ray was :<eriously sick. primaD, teacher in the school there. / " " " The Brnt- e- Co//a" Co. :Brunswick 'ERE is a new BRUNSWICK tire that we can . recommend. It m the new BRUNSWICK SUB- URBAN, for small cam. Comes in 30 x 3 size onlyt and retails for $10.90. It's the biggest value in tires we know of. A real BRUNSWICK tire in all that is implied in quality, materials and workmanship. 84% Friction-Proof, as arv all BRUNSWICK tires. A casing that wil give you an entirely new conception of tire service. Try one. Compare it. Make a record of its Increased mileage over other small tire& You':; never go back to a lczser tire.  i I II I onville Tire Shop I III I I I III I I I II I I i I I I II III i i i i Attention Farmers! I i II I III I I To My Many Patrons and Farmer Friends: I wish you all to read the ad that the Clin- ton Shipping Association has in the "Orton- ville Independent" published on August 24th. I sure think that it is good. They are trying to mislead you in order to get you to ship with them, trying to make you believe that 3994 hogs can be valued cor- rectly by the head, instead of by the weight. What do you think of a bunch o directors that will allow anything to be printed that is misleading, also which they know is an im- posmflitT. I WILL GIVE $100.00 to them or any one else if they can prove to me, or anyone else, cttpable of judging, that hogs can be figured erreetly by the head. They stat that they received an averag of $2.65 per head more than I paid, but they FAILED TO STAT, that I had shipped about twice as many pigs as they and that the av- erage weight of my bogs was far less than theirs. Because one man sells a 500 pound hog fo $25.00 and another man sells a 300 pound hog for $15.00 is not saying that the latter man got cheated. However this is the only kind of argu- ment that they can think of against me as I have them skinned at every turn of the road and THEY KNOW IT. Furthermore I do not misrepresent in order to get the business, either. When yo ship your stock with them you do not know what you are going to get, just take any old price they want to give you and you have no come-back. While selling to me you can get full market value and if you are not satisfiedyou do not have to deliver. Another point I wish to ex- plain is that, I, being sole owner of the stock, I work it out to the last dollar. I do not have to sell on any old market but can hold over a week if I wish, or reload and ship to some other 'market. when ou have been in the game as long as I have and are onto the ropes as well as I am, you will find out that some days there is no market and any amount of stock is sold on these days at nearly one-third less than their actual value. QUESTION': Why are the Associations losing out, and the buyers coming back? What about Beardsley, Graceville, Johnson and others. Go to the stock yards in St. Paul and 1nd out for yourselves in regard to the as- sociations. I honestly believe that I can buy your stock and get you 25c to 50c per hundred weight net MORE to you, and still make a fair living, which is all that I ask. Think this over and when you have any- thing to sell, remember that ] take stock any day and every day, not just once a week oc- casionally. I can assure you that I sincerely appreciate your busint Yours Truly, L. H. STEPHENS, Clinton, Minn. 2