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dPAGE 8 i i THE ORTONlc'ILLE INDEPENDENT i, mu,.,ll,i t WANT ADS t ANTED--A competent general houseworK. Apply to Mrs. C. 1. @liver, Gracevilie Minnesota. *1%2 Modern dwell- WANTED TO RENTlst. Call 57-J ing, about November 'OR SALE--Fine hand picked North- west Greening and Wealthy apples , i good winter keepers. Albert Dex- I ickson, 4 1-2 miles on the lake *b g. , '11 PERSONAL, SOCIAL ] i AND NEWS ITEMS girl fox .:. Fordyce Walker, Gerhart Walseth ar.i ialin Knoll ieft Tuesday on a hike around the lake. H. H. Rifenbark, Superintendent of Schools at Arling:on, S. D., who has been visiting at the home of his bro- iier, Dr. R. D. Rifenbark since Mon- ay lett for his home Wednesday. Ciester McLane, who is employed with the Clarence Burns Insurance road. i S,.turday to spend Sunday with his FOR RENT--Heated rooms. We arents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McLane. have heated rooms for school girls located 3 bmcks from school house. I Miss Eha Burnham .and Etheiyn Inquire of John L. Gorden, Orton-! Lailey of Aberdeen, who are teach2 whe Monument Works .17.1  ers in the Normal there, are spedirg a few days this week at the Orton Phone 5 Fell. *1%2' Co., at Aberdeen,, motored over on! friends. ] Miss Ei!a Moves went to Renville FOR SALE--Congoleum rug. B. Vikre, Ortonville. FOR RENT--Two modern rooms.: Phone 23-J. 17-1 See P. I Hotel and visiting friends in this city. *1%11 Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Roberts and two sons of Lawton, Okla., left for their home Wednesday after spending about a week visiting at the home of Mrs. Robert's sister, Mrs. R. D. Rif- enbark. Mrs. Flade and son Jay of Minnea- ' polls, drove out saturday. Mrs. Kurtz- FOR SALE-Ford Coupe, 3 months old. Lates model. Inqaire Independent office. FOR SALE--Registered Poland-Chi- na Boar pigs and Rhode Island B.ed roosters. John Sandgren, Orton- ville, Minn. 17-2 FOR SALE--Titan Tractor plows for sale cheap. Terms to right party. A. B. Kaercher & Co. "17-1 FOR SALE--If you want a good building lot, good location, close in, at a bargain see P. B. "Vikre. *17-Z man and daughter, who have been visiting at the Roy Kahler home re- turned with them. Mrs, Flade is Mrs. Kahler's mother. Attention Housewives; Try our "Nu- Way" non-alcoholic extracts. The best that money can buy. Flavor does not bake out in the baking. Phone 250-J or see any member of The American Legion Auxiliary. Everill French of Virginia spent Tuesday in this city visiting his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. French. He was on his way to Virginia after spending a two weeks vacation at LOST OR STOLENA full-booded Scotch Collie pup. Was either lost or stolen. Return of the dog to , ODESSA l]. CLINTON II Our public school term is to" om-] The Congregation of the SwedisL] mence Tuesday, Sept. 5. [Lutheran church surprised their pas-] Lemmrd Zhrbock left Tuesday to visit friends in Montana. H. H. Reindl and family autoed to Morris, Minn., Sunday t9 spend the day. Mrs. E. Zahrbock and family spent Sunday with friends at Big Stone City. to Carl and Anna Edquist autoed Correll Monday afternoon to call on] Howard Kaereher, 0rtonviUe, will win reward. "15-2 WqANTED---Man with car to sell best low.priced Cord Tires made. $100.00 per week and expenses. V(olfe Tire per week and expenses. Graham Tire Co., 2118 Canal, Benton Har- bor, Mich. FOR SALE--Pure blooded single comb white leghorn cockerals from heavy laying strain that win and pay. These chicks were purchased this Spring from Oak Dale Farm and Gee. Ghostley of Anoka. Al- bert Derickson, 4 1-2 miles on lake road. Phone 5 F-11. "17-3 .i FOR SALEOne No. 10 Remington Typewriter $45.00. Medium size Carry safe, $45.00, two-burner Quick Meal gas stove with oven, $3. Large self feeder heater, $25.00. tandard Favorite six hole range with reservoir, $25.00, small heater for soft coal, $6.00. Inquire of Martin Schoen, Phone 162 "17-1 :FOR SALE--Round Oak Diniv-g Ta- ble, small heater, chairs, one bed avifh spring and mattress, one spring couch and one oil heater. Mrs. A. L. Von Eschen,, Ortonville, Minnesota. "17-2 What? Whetstone Valley Fair? Where? Big Stone.City. Who? Ohl Tiptoe Fiddlers, When ? September 20-21-22. Adv. Children May Have New School Desks This Year Should :he s'chool officers of the various di;tricts of Big Stone County adopt the use of the "All in One" hool (iek the children attending the rural schcc.l this year wilt have pro- vided for them an entirely new style desk. One of the new desks is now in the office of Mis Martha Rothwell, coun- ty superintendent of schools, and is being viewed by the different school officers as they come to Ortonville. The desks, according to Miss Roth- well, have three distinct features over the old st.le ones now in use over the county. They provide first, the largest usable writing' surface; sec- ond, they enforce correct postures and third, saves the eyes from direct and indirect glare. O 1 CHURCH NOTICES i @ Emanual Lutheran Church. Rev. Anmld Nelson, Pastor. OdessNo services will be held in this Church Sunday. Norwegian Luth. Church Rev. J. Walseth, Past, TM Regular services will be held next Sunday. Confirmation class next Saturday at 11:30. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Rev. Arthur of Mankato will preach in " t,dz church Sunday at 10:30 A. M. Sunday School at 12:00 .No evening service. Luther League will meet Sept. 19, at Claus Carlson's. 7 t-  Methodist Episcopal 1 Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor Services next Sunday at the Metho- dist Cl'urch at 10:30 the theme will be"Holding fast that which is good." Sunday School at 11:45. Ep- worth League at 7:00. At 745 the topic ,viii be--"Cooperation.'" You are most hem"',,''*Jl invLed to the.e servic- es. Congregational Church Rev. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor 'Sunday, September 3rd, 1922. Morni: preaching service, 10:45 A. M. Self, on subject"Spiritual Re- newal". Sunday School, 11:45 A. M. Note that the Sunday School will meet un- til further notice after the momaing preaching services instead of precea- ing it. Evening preaching service, 7:45 on Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Emil Swenson. Miss Bertha Kumm of Bellingham, is visiting this week at the A. M. elll'a tl home. Helen S,littstoesser of Correll came up Monday to visit her grandma, Mrs. A. Selittstoesser. M:s. A. Hoppenstedt and daughters Ethel and Marion, returned from their vacation trip on Friday. Miss Anna Lundberg left Wednes- day for Bearcreek, Montana, where she is to teach school this year. Miss Ena Thomas returned from Milford, Iowa on Saturday, having spent a very pleasant vacation there. Mrs. J. D. Batson returned Tues- day from her visit in Montana and Will visit her son, C. H. Batson, for a few weeks. Miss Lois Cheadle of Jamestown N. D., arrived Tuesday to spend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cheadle. Rev. Eller left last week for the western states. Leslie Cheadle was in charge of the services at the Evan- gelical church last Sunday. i Langdon, N. Dak. Little Helen Krier celebrated her Mrs. U. T. Whitmer and daughter birthday Friday at the home of her i Izorah who have been spending the :aunt, Mrs. Otto Steffen. Several lit- summer visiting at the home of Mrs. tle folks came in to help her enjoy Whitmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. the day and Birthday cake. i A. Zehringer, expect to leave Monday @----2-"    @i for their home at Morris, Oklahoma. } MALTA | D. W. Riggs and family left V:ed- @ .... ' nesday by car for their home at Chi- County Nurse, Miss Rogochaska, o., t ,,,,"  o  i was a caller in Malta on Monday i a, ...... v-m, .. summer camping here. They expect to go to Cecil Morrill spent Sunday with hisl Sioux Falls and Sioux City to spend! friends, Francis Whitten at Chokio. a few days before going to Chicago.l Mrs. Jack Glasner arrived last Wed- nesday from Tyndall, S. D., to visit i at the home of her brother, Gee. Eastman. The Glasner's are lea,-ing in a short time for Washington, D. C., where they intend to make their home. A number of the local young peo- ple attended the dance at Hartford Beach on Tuesday evening, given un- der the auspices of the Milbank American Legion. Ernie's Novelty orchestra of Montevideo furnished the music. - Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heideman of Montevideo, are visiting at the G. E. H:hnquist home. Sunday the party :n.tcred up to the J. P. Holmquist faL-: near the lake and enjoyed a picv ic dinner. ,i. Florence Hawkinson, accom- panied by Miss Lois Warren motorJ ed over from Benson on Tuesday to spend a few days visiting friends. Miss Warren left Wednesday for Webster but Miss Hawkinson will re- turn to Benson. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Peterson and son motored over from Roslyn, S. D., the latter part of last week. They were guests at the J. A. Bailey home during their stay here. A. W. Peter- son was formerly employed as phar- macist at the Corner Drug. The Misses Evelyn Eldred, Sylvia Lindgren and Mary Shumaker, de- lightfully entertained Mrs. William Janke, a bride of this month, who formerly was Miss Gladys Cummens on Tuesday afternoon. The occasior being a miscellaneous shower. "Bud" Beck and Miss Frances Ham- ling, of Milbank, S. Dak., were mar- ried on Monday at the home of the brides' parents at Milbank, Mr. Beck is the son of Mrs. M. A. Beck, of this city. He is employed in a meat mar- ket at Milbank as meat cutter. Oriu Sanders will begin his uties at the Post Office on Friday. tie s taking the position formerly held by Carl Swanson, Mr. Swanson having left for North Dakota with the local boys who are making the trij) in a truck during the threshing season. Mr and Mrs. ;lay Sanborn and ch',Iren left for Bemidji last Wednes- day'. Mr. Sanborn returning to this city the latter part of the week leav- ir, g his family there as one of the children is suffering from an attack of hay fever. They e to be gone about a month. On Saturday evening about thirty members of the Kotah Club gave a surprise party on Mrs. U. T. Whit- mer to commemorate her twenty- third wedding anniversary. The par- ty was held at the F. A. Zehringer home. The members present bring- ing a well filled basket. Rev, W( C. Hodgson, D. D., has been secured to give the principal ad- dre.s for the Community Day Picnic. Mr. Hodgson was fomuerly pastor of the Hennepin Ave., M. E. Church of Minneapolis, also superintendent of the Duluth District. He is now Pastor of the First M. E. church ofl Fargo. He also has an enviable rep- utation as a chautauqua lecturer. Shock threshing is nearly complet- ed and the corn harvest is comene rag. Mr. ,Bruce and Mr. Dickinson drove up by car from Ames, Iowa, and are here for the threshing season. The Shoquist young people accom- panied by Miss Thelma Force, called on friends at Ortonville on Sunday. Ernest Hamberg is plowing on the J. B. Carl farm with his tractor, as George Carl will not moe up from Ixwa until Spring. Andrea Williams and Shirley Mor- rill attended the Sunday School party, which Mrs. C. W. Wheeler gave for her class last week. Miss Florence Johnson, who has been visiting for the past month at the Rueben Johnson home left for St. Paul on Monday night. The buildings on the Frank Beau- lieu falm are being repaired and painted, which adds greatly to the appearance of the farm. Jack" Bruce and Charles Dickinson, accompanied by E. N. Cenfield and Hen- Ransom made a trip around Big Stone Lake on Sunday. Miss Pearl Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Johnson, was operated upon for appendicitis at the Ortonville hospital on Saturday, and is getting along nicely Mrs D. -A. Williams came home Sunday evening from J. W. Whitten's where she had been since Friday. Mr. Whitten's condition is serious and his  relatives have been sent for. A party of neighbors and friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Jens Jenson on Tuesday afternoon. It was n the nature of a farewell to the family, who are leaving the neighbor- hood and a social time was enjoyed: [ RED CROSS NOTES @ The County Health Nurse ,made 26 calls the past week, 4 of which were nursing calls. On Thursday, the 24th she made a trip to Beardsley to at- tend a meeting of the W. C. T. U. Miss Colby of the State Board of Con- trol was also present and gave a talk on the work of child welfare. Big Stone County is one of only 3 counties in southern Minnesota that have no Child Welfare Board. Miss Colby made the point that the work of the State Board of Control in this county is considerably handicapped in consequence. A Child Welfare Boaru in may county mores, with power to act, in all cases of neglected, defec- tive, illegitimate, and delinquent child- ren. Local supervision of such cases is almost a necessity. Red Cross Roll Call Will Come Early: In November An adult eats to supply energy and heat to the body. A child is fed for the same reason, plus sufficient food to permit the body to grow to adult size. A child who consumes excessive amounts of sweets, who eats contin- ually between mealsand then has no appetite at meal times is not full- filling the above demands. Three good, weINbalanced meals a day, with plenty of vegetables, cooked cereals and stewed fruits are essential to proper growth and development. If this requirement is met with an oc- casional piece of candy as a dessert does no harm, but continual lunches between meals should not be indulg- ed in. Don't fail to  the Fats and Leans Ball Game, Whetstone Valley Fair, September 20-21-22. Adv. *17.2 fp00osp00_ rity llows uae M/III'yCOW E SURE YOU ATTEND=THE Natio00_ol D00try 'Y't,',,tlg'M'UI TWIN CITIES ,l,.dW(i,l,  OCT. 7 - 14 Harry Brown, who played in ti Local Firm Has Clinton Ball team three .veals ago a'., who has been playing with Waiape .... 2 or Remarking K. I: this year, closed the season in a ga:,e at Wahpeton last Sunday and visjLeti Remarking of the King "terand his wife, Rev. and Mrs. Fran- with friends in Clinton on Monday. from the Gulf of Mexico to zen,' Tues&ay night in honor of Since he left Clinton he has been peg, Canada, is underway their wdding anniversary. The pas- graduated from the State Uni_  be completed within the tor was piented with a pur and versity and now has a position with I weeks, it was stated today the ladies brought preserves and jelly the Fairbanks Morse Co., of St. Paul.' A. Pratt, of Parsons, to Mrs. Franzen. A very pleasant eral manager of the trail evening was enjoyed. Miss Amy and Clara Swezey were! been in this city for the On Tuesday, R. B. Fall moved his hostesses at a porch party to a group days superintending the family and household goods to Brook- of eight young ladies in honor of Miss eml of the line. Christine Steen, who is home from her[ Thru arrangements made ings, S. Dak., where Mr. Fall is en- nursing duties in Minneapolis for a] Pratt, Pike's Hardwared, of gaged for the coming year as instrnc- two weeks vacation Dainty refreh-I secured the contract for tor in manual training in the hool " - - I at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Fall have menLg were served and to complete ltrail from Sioux Falls, S. the pleasant occasion the party drove I Winnepeg, the greater been in Clinton for two years and to Ortonville and attended the dance the trail from Sioux Falls have many friends here who wish at Eahtonka Pavilion. city already having been r them success at their new home.  Mr. Pike has men out now r LEGAL NOTICES ? JANKE-CUMMENS the road from here to its tern On Wednesday, August 23, Miss l expects to complete it in the Gladys Therese Cummens, daughter of a week or ten days. . CITATION FOR HEARING ON PE- of Mr. and Mrs. William Cummens of Of the total of 673 miles TITION TO SELL, MORTGAGE this city and Mr. William R. Janke ot King of Trails, Mr. Pratt OR LEASE LAND Brownt'on, were quietly ,married at] 64 per cent was hard-surfa Estate of Rueben A. Martinson f'.]o,,n, Mi,,,,,t t cording to a check made by engineer in the various co Cyrus J. Martinson, Minors.  ..... Mrs.'Janke,who was born and] .....  ..... SfA'I'E OF MINNESOTA, County ........... 'wmcn the tran passes, xr. Big Stone--ss. In Probate Court. reare in eros clcy, lS a gracmate oi ........ ............ nat upwaras ot uu cars In the Matter of the Estate of Ru- the Ortonville rngn cnoo ]n me ._ . ne roue every 10 hours ben A. Martinson and Cyrus J. class of 1918 and attended the W]- tourist months: Martinson, Minors. nona State Teachers college for one The State of Minnesota, to Julia year and a term, also attended the St. Holds Family Reuni Martinson, Mrs. Judith Liknes, Ed- Cloud Teachers College for one term. A family reunion was held win J. Martinson, Mrs. Edna Noni- Mrs. Janke has taught school for the quist, Mrs. Selma Regan, Wilford H. day at the Carl Hjelmeland Martinson, Victor D. Martinson, Vi- past two years at Brownton, Minn. of town at which there were vian H. Marfinson, Elsie K. Martin- Mr. Janke has been clerk for the lowing present: Mr. and son, Ruben A. Martinson, Cyrus J. pa five years for the firm of Zim-" Hjelmeland and family, Mr. Martinson ad all persons interested merman & Co., at Brownton and has Martin Larson and family, in the ortgaging of certain lands now purchased a partnership business son and family, Mr. and belonging to said minor wards The in a Cash & Carry Grocery store at Langved and the Gjengdahl petition of Julia Martinson as rep- Litchfeld. Mr. and Mrs. Janke will and sisterm resentative of the above 0amed minor be at home at Litchfield about Jan- A delicious dinner was wards, being- duly filed in this court uary 1st, 1923. representing that it is necessary and a very enjoyable day for the best interest of said estate and for all interested therein that certain lands of said wards described therein be mortgaged and prdying that a license be to her granted to Only a Few Days mortgage the same. Now, Therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and required to show cause, if any" you have before The sale of Summer Excursion Tickets at the this court, at the Probate Court remarkably low fares in effect this season Rooms, in the Court House in the City of Ortonville, County of Big vill continue for a short time only. Stone, State of Minnesota, on the 25th day of September 1922, at 10 Now is the Time o'clock A. M., why the prayer of said ':.ition should not be granted. To plan that trip. The fall months are the itness, The Judge of said court, most enjoyable for traveling. Tickets are good and the seal of said court, this 31st day of Atigust, 1922. to return until October 31st. (Seal) R) B. HUDSON, Ask the agent for full particulars. Judge of Probate. W. C. Preus, Attorney for Petitioner. Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE- 11-13940 TO PUGET SOUND--ELECTRIFIED CLOSURE SALE. Default having been made in the conditions of a mortgage containing a power of sale executed by M. Fetch and Julia Fetch his wife, C. J. ' ''' Fetch and Mathilda Fetch his wife, C.F. Ferch and Emma Fereh his wife, Sch00 ol Su " mortgagors to the State Bank of Correll, mortgagee, which bank is now known and doing business as Farmers and Merchants State Bank of Correll, Inc., which mortgage Pencils, each ....................... lc Large and Small Pencil bears dte the 21st of February, 1918, Pencils, 3 for ........................ 5c lets, 2 for 5c, or doz. for and filed for record in the office of Pencils 2 for 5c Pencil Tablets, large and the Register of Deeds, Big Stone Pencils, each 5c at County, Minnesota, on March 23, 1918 ........................ - ........................................... at 9 o'clock A. M., in Book 53 of Pen holders, each ................ 5c Large Irish Linen Tablets, Mortgages on Page 110. That there Pencil Boxes, 2 kinds, each 10c for ...................................... is now due and claimed to be due n Erasers ........................ lc, 5c 10c Calgary Linen Tablets, 5 the debts secured by said mortgage! (Art Gum, Soap, Ink and ruled and plain, each ........ the sum of Two Thousand and nine (This is a splendid value) Hundred Ninety-one and 65-100 ($2,- Pencil) Genuine Prang's Paints, box 991.65) Dollars. Brass-edge Ruler ................ 5c Crayolas ......... 5c, 10c, 15c, Now therefore notice is hereby Book sacks ............................ 59c Wax Crayons ( 8 in box) given that by virtue of the power of Protractors 10c Scratch Pads the sale in said mortgage contained " ........................... - ......................... said mortgage will be foreclosed by Book straps ........................ 10c Lily Cups, 5 in box ................ a sale of the premises described in and conveyed by said mortgage, name- "LOOK FOR THE RED FRONT" ly the Southeast quarter of the South- east quarter (SE of SEtA) of See- tion Twentv-one (21), Township One Tyl :'s V i ty St Hundred T'wenty-one Range at e ore Forty-four (44), Big Stone County, Minnesota, which sale will be made ORTONVILLE, MINN. by the sheriff of said county at the front door of the Court House in Or- tonville, Big Stone County, Minneso- ta, on Saturday the 7th day of ber, 1922, at 10 o'clock" in the noon at public *endue to the highest bidder to pay the amount then due on said mortgage and the taxes if any on said premises together with at- torney's fees and costs and disbur - merits allowed by law. FI LOS Dated August 5, 1922. STATE BANK OF CORRFL, now Farmers & Merchants State Bank of Correll, Inc., Mortgagee. " Cliff & Purcell, Attorneys for Mortgagee, Ortonville, Minnesota. _ ' Wherever the Cit- First pub. Aug. 17 6 w " . o= .- izens National Bank To wHox rr m, coc..- can be of any help or Sealed bids for tl foUowtttf  will o..d =d = a . .t- assistance it is our itug, of the Commlldated School Diarlet of Corretl. Atquet 28. Th rirht to reject any pleasure to serve. and, all bids is reserved by the Board. Routes are also tubjest to elumge. ]Bids must be left with ti Clerk ]aot later In this connection we than 8 o'clock, August 28. s== solicit inquiry with lb. F. WOODS. .   c., regard t o Farm s,, .t =..t. r..,. . m Loans and promist one and thrt-fourtlm mile to the corner, at Martin Wlnr's, them wet cme mile to you a service ....,'a- William Thymiam'$ eorn*r, thenee south h.,f =ile to o. ..e, =, bo. he* quate to your ......Io;tl- thre and one-fourth miles to Corrll, mak- '=  = on-alf mi. mate needs. lmt No. I tartin at Nel' Andsrson'. theaes north one-half mile, thence  one mile. "thence south four and on-haif miles to Correll. making six miles. Ron. Ne I Strtlng et Ben Ounner'. theoe three fourth mile south, thence one-half mile ea. thence three-fourths mile south, thence west one-half mile. thence south one mtl, thence west one mile. thence south one and one- half miles to Correll. making 6 miles, Ro No. 4 Startln one and thr-fourths mil mst of Correll in the m eorr of Suc- tion Two (2). them south one and thrtm quarter mile to the I. C. ClapD farm. thence back west three-fourths mile to l-ak Bart- sueeks corner, thm west threo-omrtar mile. thenee north one-half mlle. thenee north- west two miles to Correll. makin firs a=d one-half miles. Bids will also he reived at the time est above fnr Semitor Work for twelve mont. (lrt Pub. Aug. 17) ;tw