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PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT t From Our Neighbors J t Pioneer Resident Dies. Word comes tom Hollywood, Calif., I of the death of Mrs. F. B. Roberts, which occurred there last Thursday. The Roberts family were old residents of Grant county and lived for a good many years in Milbank where Mr. Roberts was engaged in the banking business.mBig Stone Headlight. To Advertise South Dakota Resources. Mr. and Mrs. John Black expect to leave in a day or two for Pierre from which place they will go out with one of the state immigration agricultural exhibits being used to advertise the products and resources of South Da- kota. They will visit Kansas and pos- I sibly other portions of the middle west.--BigStone Headlight. Qualify for State Rifle Team. ! Sergeants Eli Hoihjelle and Ole Elvekrog returned to this city Su-i day morning from Fort Snelling, where they have been attending the 1 state rifle shoot. They have been] named as member of the state rifle 1 team and will depart for Camp Perry, Ohio, in a few clays, where the na- tional rifl shoot will be held, opening on September 4.--Madison Indepen- dent Press. Caught "Cooning" Melons. Ten youngsters, whose names we are withholding, visited the Oscar Zimmerman farm in Everglade town- ship last Sunday, and were caught in the act of "cooning" watermelons A complaint was made out and five of the boys were summoned to ap- pear before Judge Pederson Wednes- day afternoon, the others having set- tied with Zmmerman for $5 apiece. County Attorney Cherry appeared for the state and after a few ques- tions advised that the boys be given some kind of punishment. A fine of $2.50 each was imposed on the flvu, they to earn this money and pay the same to the police officer besides be- ing placed on probation for 90 days. The other boys whose parents made settlement will also come under the probation clause which states that all the boys must obey the village cur- few law during the 90 days.--Choki. Review. Gasoline Fire At Madison. A spark from a match and a few hundred gallons of gasoline at the Lee filling station caused a bit of ex- citement here last Monday morning. It is reported that while J. Wm. John- son was having his tank filled, G. O. Skjei, who was standing same dis- tance from the car lighted a match. In an instant the rear of the car and the hose leading to the gas tank were aflame. The fire department was summoned, but before they could reach the scene, the fire had been ex- tinguished by help at the garage. The damage to the car and to the filling station was slight.--Madison Independent Press. Dedicate Concrete Highway. A speech by Judge Oscar Hallam of the State Supreme Court, a free concert and a free baseball game will f?llow the parade ofs2,000 cars at the big celebration of the oaening of the road between Morris and Hancock, Sunday afternoon. Everybody in both towns who has a" car that will run at all will be on the scene Sunday to take part in the procession. Lim- ousines, flivers, trucks, motorcycles, aeroplanes and anything else that Will respond to gasoline are eligit/l for entrance.--Morris Tribune. Benson Authorities Find Intoxicants. Armed with a search warrant, the local police authorities entered the premises of the Bensgn Bottling works Tuesday night and made a[ search for intoxicants. No official re, turn of the warrant has yet been made, and the exact nature of the confication is not known. Two quart bottles with a small quantity of liquor in each of them, and a jug containing a liquid about which there is said to be a question as to the alcoholic con- tents totals the evidence on which it Nothing but the Best is Good Enough When you have a blow- out that tears a big hole in the inner rule. Then you want the pateh vul- canized, not calld cement- .ed The is true with cas- ings. You get the most satisfaction and the best service with tubes that have the seam vulcanized together instead of ee, I ,merited. You'll know what this is worth when you try one. Our prices give them to you at the same cost. Specify Tubes with the Vulcanized Seam When You Buy. For Sale Here Ortonville Vulcanizing Shop -'il be decided whether the owners of Christian Science. he bottling works are guilty of Subject "Man." ashing any prohibition laws. Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All Earlier in the day, B. O. Lettie, a re velcame to these services. Freo 'y:rtner in the bottling concern, was reading room in their hall (Shumaker .rested, charged with being intoxi-: ,uilding). Open every Tuesday  and caed, plead guilty in Justice A. W. Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Van Slyke's court and paid a $10i I ne.--Swift County (Benson) Moni- Methodist Episcopal. tot. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. Service next Sunday morning at (i Bushels BeSt Wheat Yield Report- ]0:30 in the Methodist church. Theme, ed At Chokio. "The sin of being less than our best." The best yield was that raised by All grades of the Sunday school will !udwig Larson. Hi wheat averaged meet at 12:00 o'clock. The Epworth 6 bushel to the acre and weighed 57 League will meet at 7:00 o'clock. )ounds. Mr. Larson also experiment- Leader, Will McLane. At 8:00 o'clock ed with a new variety of wheat call- the evening preaching service is held. ed "Rust Proof." This grain was The topic will be "'The Mind of the planted April 30 and on very poor Master." ,:round for a wheat crop, but from two @ md one-half acres he threshed 25 Swedish Lutheran Church. :,ushels.--Chokio Review. Odessa, Minnesota. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Seriously Injured By Disc. Inrtead of the usual church services:, While driving four horses, hitched :]le Sunday school will have its [ mic o a disc on Tuesday along a graveled which will be held at the Alex John- road, Thomas Bailey of this city was son farm about five miles northeast uite badlb cut and bruised. The of Odessa and a mile east of the Swe- lorses became frightened, and Tom dish church. A program which will be ot control of them, with the result given by members of the Sunday :hat he was thrown violently to the school will begin at 3:00. :,;ound, the disc passing over him in .  ,ueh a manner that he was badly cut I First Congregational Church. ,nd bruised. He is coming along very] :icely today, and no serious results] Rev. Paul J. Bockoven. are anticipated.mBrowns Valley Inter- Rev, W, E. Griffith, of Waseea, dis- :.ake Tribune. trict superintendent, will supply the T pulpit Snday morning, September 4, ":" CHURCH NOTICES at 10:45 a. m. Immediately following this service t. *Ithe organization of a Sun(lay school Church of St. John ]will be started. All are extended a Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. [most cordial invitation to attend. There will be mass at 9:00 o'clock @ *, *  *  United Evangelical Church. Swedish M. E. Church. F.W. Agte, Pastor. A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regular services on the second Sun- Correll--Sundayschool at 10:30 a. lay of each month at 10:30 a. m. and m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p.m. Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p. m. Church.  Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school Rev. H. B. Adams. at 2:00 p. m.; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Regular services every Sunday af- Akron Township Church--Services ernoon at three o'clock, discontinued. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. The public is cordially invited to @ @ * meet with us at all of these services- Trinity Lutheran Church. @ * August Bartling, Pastor. I Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. i The Church of Good Fellowship. - United Evangelical Church. ,. or 2:00 p. m. German language. I unday school after each service Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor :nglish language. Big Stone City.Preaching services @ @ at 1.0:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 Eids Lutheran Church a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. (Elevon miles northeast of Ortonville) m. Preaching services at 8:0 p. m. Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will There will be services next Sunday, be held every Wednesday evening at 'ugust 28, at 11:00 o'clock in the 8:00 p. m. NorwegiaR language. The Catachu- Johnson--Preaching services every en class will meet .in the church alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. \\;Vednesday morning, August 31, at I Adelaidd--Preaching services every "0:00 o'clock. The" Ladies' Aid So- t other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. ,iety will meet Wednesday afternoon, Everybody is cordially invited to at- ;eptember 7, with Mrs. Andrew Steen. tend these meetings. / Norwegian Lutheran. ! Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. ! There will be no services in the: Norwegian church next Sunday. Rev. Walseth will conduct services in Eng- lish at Bellingham at 10:30 a. m., the coming Sunday Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular services will be held here this coming Sunday, August 28, at 10:30 a. m. and 8:00 p.m. The morn- ing service will be conducted in the Swedish language and the evening service in English. Sunday school and Bible class will be hekt at the close of the morning service. --Camisoles, 69c, 85c and $1.19 each. Tyler's Variety Store. For Real Bargains in a Real car get in touch with Win. Cummens. --Call at the Mickelson Ylillinery and select a hat out of a special lot that is being offered at $5.00. The Big Traverse County Fair at Wheaton, Minn., will be held on Sep- tevnber 14, 15, 16, 17. Dare Devil Aeroplane stunts by the "Flying Fox" who walks from one end to the other on the top wing of the aeroplane when it is thousands of feet in the air and descends to the very lower end of a long swinging rope ladder suspended from the plane and hangs by his knees and teeth, while the machine is racing 75 miles per hour. | I 5000ood cigarettes For lOt From one sack d GENUINE -DURHAM J_ II Ill -- II I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER l I I ] I Ahtl!--Oh!!l The fireworks spectacle will thrill you again and again at the MINNESOTA STATE FAIR eptember 3 to 10 m l ! I TO THE. PUBLI,C: Ill We wish to announce to the people of OrtonviUe and the vicinity that The CITY TAILOR SHOP a shop for ladies and gentlemen who appreciate the worth of good tailoring, is now open for busi- Iless. We specialize in TAILOR-MADE CLOTHES CLEANING AND PRESSING REMODELLING AND REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS Work done neatly and at prices very reasonable. New Location Across Street From Postoifice Clothes pressed while you wait A. W. YOUNG, Proprietor I I I [ II Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday Service and Sa&ty Those are the big things you pay for--and get--when you come to our store for Pennsylvania VACUUM CUP TIRES And you get this service at approximately the price of ordinary tires sold on a 3,500 mile basis. The safety of the Vacuum Cups on wet, slippery pave- ments is uewemteed, else tires returnable. The Park Garage Ostlind & Karn, Props. The Prompt Service on Auction Advertising. UET's Independent Printery is prepared to Try ] The Paige 6-66 is a strictly new model-new in design and construction, up to the minute in every aetail. Being a new car it carries a new and !ower price, based on costs now prevaihng m the readjusted materials market. In performance, as well as in price, it is a revelation among fine cars. It is recognized the country over as, the undisputed leader of American sporting cars. Because it is at peak position in performance and rock bottom in price, 25 % of the recent sales of thts model have been to people who formerly owned cars costing upwards of $4,000. . All prlc f. \\;o. b. Da#oit-- War Tax PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, M//h Ikfnufacturers of Motor Cara and Motor Trucks THE PARK GARAGE PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT t From Our Neighbors J t Pioneer Resident Dies. Word comes tom Hollywood, Calif., I of the death of Mrs. F. B. Roberts, which occurred there last Thursday. The Roberts family were old residents of Grant county and lived for a good many years in Milbank where Mr. Roberts was engaged in the banking business.mBig Stone Headlight. To Advertise South Dakota Resources. Mr. and Mrs. John Black expect to leave in a day or two for Pierre from which place they will go out with one of the state immigration agricultural exhibits being used to advertise the products and resources of South Da- kota. They will visit Kansas and pos- I sibly other portions of the middle west.--BigStone Headlight. Qualify for State Rifle Team. ! Sergeants Eli Hoihjelle and Ole Elvekrog returned to this city Su-i day morning from Fort Snelling, where they have been attending the 1 state rifle shoot. They have been] named as member of the state rifle 1 team and will depart for Camp Perry, Ohio, in a few clays, where the na- tional rifl shoot will be held, opening on September 4.--Madison Indepen- dent Press. Caught "Cooning" Melons. Ten youngsters, whose names we are withholding, visited the Oscar Zimmerman farm in Everglade town- ship last Sunday, and were caught in the act of "cooning" watermelons A complaint was made out and five of the boys were summoned to ap- pear before Judge Pederson Wednes- day afternoon, the others having set- tied with Zmmerman for $5 apiece. County Attorney Cherry appeared for the state and after a few ques- tions advised that the boys be given some kind of punishment. A fine of $2.50 each was imposed on the flvu, they to earn this money and pay the same to the police officer besides be- ing placed on probation for 90 days. The other boys whose parents made settlement will also come under the probation clause which states that all the boys must obey the village cur- few law during the 90 days.--Choki. Review. Gasoline Fire At Madison. A spark from a match and a few hundred gallons of gasoline at the Lee filling station caused a bit of ex- citement here last Monday morning. It is reported that while J. Wm. John- son was having his tank filled, G. O. Skjei, who was standing same dis- tance from the car lighted a match. In an instant the rear of the car and the hose leading to the gas tank were aflame. The fire department was summoned, but before they could reach the scene, the fire had been ex- tinguished by help at the garage. The damage to the car and to the filling station was slight.--Madison Independent Press. Dedicate Concrete Highway. A speech by Judge Oscar Hallam of the State Supreme Court, a free concert and a free baseball game will f?llow the parade ofs2,000 cars at the big celebration of the oaening of the road between Morris and Hancock, Sunday afternoon. Everybody in both towns who has a" car that will run at all will be on the scene Sunday to take part in the procession. Lim- ousines, flivers, trucks, motorcycles, aeroplanes and anything else that Will respond to gasoline are eligit/l for entrance.--Morris Tribune. Benson Authorities Find Intoxicants. Armed with a search warrant, the local police authorities entered the premises of the Bensgn Bottling works Tuesday night and made a[ search for intoxicants. No official re, turn of the warrant has yet been made, and the exact nature of the confication is not known. Two quart bottles with a small quantity of liquor in each of them, and a jug containing a liquid about which there is said to be a question as to the alcoholic con- tents totals the evidence on which it Nothing but the Best is Good Enough When you have a blow- out that tears a big hole in the inner rule. Then you want the pateh vul- canized, not calld cement- .ed The is true with cas- ings. You get the most satisfaction and the best service with tubes that have the seam vulcanized together instead of ee, I ,merited. You'll know what this is worth when you try one. Our prices give them to you at the same cost. Specify Tubes with the Vulcanized Seam When You Buy. For Sale Here Ortonville Vulcanizing Shop -'il be decided whether the owners of Christian Science. he bottling works are guilty of Subject "Man." ashing any prohibition laws. Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All Earlier in the day, B. O. Lettie, a re velcame to these services. Freo 'y:rtner in the bottling concern, was reading room in their hall (Shumaker .rested, charged with being intoxi-: ,uilding). Open every Tuesday  and caed, plead guilty in Justice A. W. Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Van Slyke's court and paid a $10i I ne.--Swift County (Benson) Moni- Methodist Episcopal. tot. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. Service next Sunday morning at (i Bushels BeSt Wheat Yield Report- ]0:30 in the Methodist church. Theme, ed At Chokio. "The sin of being less than our best." The best yield was that raised by All grades of the Sunday school will !udwig Larson. Hi wheat averaged meet at 12:00 o'clock. The Epworth 6 bushel to the acre and weighed 57 League will meet at 7:00 o'clock. )ounds. Mr. Larson also experiment- Leader, Will McLane. At 8:00 o'clock ed with a new variety of wheat call- the evening preaching service is held. ed "Rust Proof." This grain was The topic will be "'The Mind of the planted April 30 and on very poor Master." ,:round for a wheat crop, but from two @ md one-half acres he threshed 25 Swedish Lutheran Church. :,ushels.--Chokio Review. Odessa, Minnesota. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Seriously Injured By Disc. Inrtead of the usual church services:, While driving four horses, hitched :]le Sunday school will have its [ mic o a disc on Tuesday along a graveled which will be held at the Alex John- road, Thomas Bailey of this city was son farm about five miles northeast uite badlb cut and bruised. The of Odessa and a mile east of the Swe- lorses became frightened, and Tom dish church. A program which will be ot control of them, with the result given by members of the Sunday :hat he was thrown violently to the school will begin at 3:00. :,;ound, the disc passing over him in .  ,ueh a manner that he was badly cut I First Congregational Church. ,nd bruised. He is coming along very] :icely today, and no serious results] Rev. Paul J. Bockoven. are anticipated.mBrowns Valley Inter- Rev, W, E. Griffith, of Waseea, dis- :.ake Tribune. trict superintendent, will supply the T pulpit Snday morning, September 4, ":" CHURCH NOTICES at 10:45 a. m. Immediately following this service t. *Ithe organization of a Sun(lay school Church of St. John ]will be started. All are extended a Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. [most cordial invitation to attend. There will be mass at 9:00 o'clock @ *, *  *  United Evangelical Church. Swedish M. E. Church. F.W. Agte, Pastor. A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regular services on the second Sun- Correll--Sundayschool at 10:30 a. lay of each month at 10:30 a. m. and m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p.m. Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p. m. Church.  Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school Rev. H. B. Adams. at 2:00 p. m.; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Regular services every Sunday af- Akron Township Church--Services ernoon at three o'clock, discontinued. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. The public is cordially invited to @ @ * meet with us at all of these services- Trinity Lutheran Church. @ * August Bartling, Pastor. I Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. i The Church of Good Fellowship. - United Evangelical Church. ,. or 2:00 p. m. German language. I unday school after each service Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor :nglish language. Big Stone City.Preaching services @ @ at 1.0:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 Eids Lutheran Church a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. (Elevon miles northeast of Ortonville) m. Preaching services at 8:0 p. m. Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will There will be services next Sunday, be held every Wednesday evening at 'ugust 28, at 11:00 o'clock in the 8:00 p. m. NorwegiaR language. The Catachu- Johnson--Preaching services every en class will meet .in the church alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. \\;Vednesday morning, August 31, at I Adelaidd--Preaching services every "0:00 o'clock. The" Ladies' Aid So- t other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. ,iety will meet Wednesday afternoon, Everybody is cordially invited to at- ;eptember 7, with Mrs. Andrew Steen. tend these meetings. / Norwegian Lutheran. ! Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. ! There will be no services in the: Norwegian church next Sunday. Rev. Walseth will conduct services in Eng- lish at Bellingham at 10:30 a. m., the coming Sunday Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular services will be held here this coming Sunday, August 28, at 10:30 a. m. and 8:00 p.m. The morn- ing service will be conducted in the Swedish language and the evening service in English. Sunday school and Bible class will be hekt at the close of the morning service. --Camisoles, 69c, 85c and $1.19 each. Tyler's Variety Store. For Real Bargains in a Real car get in touch with Win. Cummens. --Call at the Mickelson Ylillinery and select a hat out of a special lot that is being offered at $5.00. The Big Traverse County Fair at Wheaton, Minn., will be held on Sep- tevnber 14, 15, 16, 17. Dare Devil Aeroplane stunts by the "Flying Fox" who walks from one end to the other on the top wing of the aeroplane when it is thousands of feet in the air and descends to the very lower end of a long swinging rope ladder suspended from the plane and hangs by his knees and teeth, while the machine is racing 75 miles per hour. | I 5000ood cigarettes For lOt From one sack d GENUINE -DURHAM J_ II Ill -- II I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER l I I ] I Ahtl!--Oh!!l The fireworks spectacle will thrill you again and again at the MINNESOTA STATE FAIR eptember 3 to 10 m l ! I TO THE. PUBLI,C: Ill We wish to announce to the people of OrtonviUe and the vicinity that The CITY TAILOR SHOP a shop for ladies and gentlemen who appreciate the worth of good tailoring, is now open for busi- Iless. We specialize in TAILOR-MADE CLOTHES CLEANING AND PRESSING REMODELLING AND REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS Work done neatly and at prices very reasonable. New Location Across Street From Postoifice Clothes pressed while you wait A. W. YOUNG, Proprietor I I I [ II Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday Service and Sa&ty Those are the big things you pay for--and get--when you come to our store for Pennsylvania VACUUM CUP TIRES And you get this service at approximately the price of ordinary tires sold on a 3,500 mile basis. The safety of the Vacuum Cups on wet, slippery pave- ments is uewemteed, else tires returnable. The Park Garage Ostlind & Karn, Props. The Prompt Service on Auction Advertising. UET's Independent Printery is prepared to Try ] The Paige 6-66 is a strictly new model-new in design and construction, up to the minute in every aetail. Being a new car it carries a new and !ower price, based on costs now prevaihng m the readjusted materials market. In performance, as well as in price, it is a revelation among fine cars. It is recognized the country over as, the undisputed leader of American sporting cars. Because it is at peak position in performance and rock bottom in price, 25 % of the recent sales of thts model have been to people who formerly owned cars costing upwards of $4,000. . All prlc f. \\;o. b. Da#oit-- War Tax PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, M//h Ikfnufacturers of Motor Cara and Motor Trucks THE PARK GARAGE THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY .0 ill be dided whether the owners of ChriBtikn Sele ] From OIIY eighbors  o bottling works a guilty of Sublet "Man." @  hing any prohibition laws. Wednesday service at 8:0O p.  All Fienr Resident Diem. !]ar}ier in the day, B. O. Lettle, a Lie ve]eone to thee Beil. Fr Word eom rein Hollwood, Calif., p.trr in the bottling sonora, w reading m in their hMI (nmnake of the death of Mr F. B. Roberts, Lested, charged wi b being intoxi- ,,uflding). Open every Tuea/ and which occurred the It ThursdayJ .aed, plead guilty fn Justice A. W. Friday from 3 to  p. The Roberts ffly we old ridents' Van Sly]e's court d paid a $1 @ of Grit unty and lived for a good' e.--Swtft County (Banana} Mum. Methodist EplmpL roy years in Milbank where Mr. tot. Rev. G. L. Hams, ptot. -- Seiee next Sunday morning al ]Robert was engaged in the banking , Bushels Best ld Report- 0:30in the Methodist ebuh.'Theme Iusiness.--Big Sto Headlight. ] ed At Chekl "The sin of being less than our best,' ' u i The heat yield was that raid by All grades of the Sunday school will TO Ad erte Sou h Dako a Re ces ludwig Larva. Itl wheat averaged mee at 12:00 o'clock- The Epwor Mr. d Mr John BIae expect to /6 bushel to the  d wei hod 57 leave in a day or two for Fie fr[ . -, .  et. Leagae will meet at 7:00 o'clock ' ut w th ne  nounas, r. Lson a expemmen Leader, Wil McLa. At 8:00 o'elk whxeh pta they yvx go p .   ed with a new variety of wheat call. the evening prehlng service is held of the state mm gnat on agmltural ,, i " verti the I ed Rust Pf' This gm was The topic will be 'Te Mind of the exh hit mg used to ad th a I plantod April 30 and on very poet Master." products d resoues of Sou D - h t c but from two . .. 'round foraw ea rop, kot. They w s t Ks and pea- r 2  n one-hal s be t eshed Swedish Lutheran Church. bly othr ortmns of te mddle .... " I ,u he shok o Renew Odessa, Minesot st.--Blg Stone Headhght. -- Ray. Arnold Neigh, pastor.  a I Seriously Injured By Di. Qua y S ae Rifle Te m. Inrteadoftbeueualehuhrs Ser ts Eli Hol "ells d Ole' While driving four hors, Mtehed he Sunday school will have its picnk gean hj . , o a disc on Tuesday along a graveled which will be held at the Alex John Elvekrog returned to this city SU- r  am Bails f this sit wa' day morning from Fort Sne ng 'ad' q as y o. . Y . son farm about five miles northeasl rote oaa,v cu an,, ormse. ne of Odsa and a mile east o the Swe. vhe they have been attending the i " f he ed a d T state rile shoot They ha been ors became rig n , n om dishohureh. A program which will b te d wfl depart for Cp Pemy .... ve h" in smed as membe of the tats rifle ot control of them wth the lt given by members of the Sunds n s ,hat he was thrown violently to the hool will begin at 3:00. here the a '' nuns me mac pa sing o r m Ohio, m a few days, w n-  cut om SePtember --Mad son adept- , . g a ng IT Bey. Paul J, Boekoven.  tre ncely today, and no semous sult n , , a antieipated.--Bro Vailey Inter- Bey. W. E Grifth, of Waseea, dh Caught "Cooning" Me[ ! ako Tribune triet supelintendent, will supply the pulpit lnday morning, September 4 Ten youngsters, whose names wei * at 10:45 a m are withholding, visited the Oscar CHURCH NOTICES @Ithe organization of a Sunday school Zimmem farm in Everglade twn-[ ] Immediately following this rvie )up lt Sunday, and were eaught Church of SL John. will be started. All a extended in the t of "conning" watemelons! Ray. Ft. J. A. suttivaw most cordial invitation to attend, day afternoon, the others having set tted wlth Zimmemn for $5 apiece County Attoey Cherry appeared for the state and after a few ques tions advised that the boys he given some kind of punishment A fine o $2,5O eh was impod on he flv they o ea ths money and pay the me to the poli officer besides be ing placed on probation for 90 days The other boys whose paints made ettlement will also come under th x eomol.t was me out d ve there wm te ms at 9:o o'clock of the trays were summoned to ap: pe beo Judge Pedeon Wednes- Swedis h M. E. Chnb* A. J, Anden, pastor Reg seie on the ond Sun- tzy o each mouth at 10:30  m. d 7:3 p. m. .......... ]ey ethist E ...... CSureh. Bey. B. B. Ada Regul servia every Sunday zJ- ernn at three o'clock. Smday hool at twel o'elk. Uited Evangelical Church. F. W. Ages, Pastor. Correll--Smday school at 10:30 m Preaching at 7:8O p. m. OdessarPreaehlng series at 10:00 m. Sunday sehl at 11:00  m K. h C E. at 8:00 p. m. - Stelnle Sehonthou--Sunday school at 2:00 p. .; pachlng at 3:0O p. m Akin Township Chureh--Serviee dionnued. The publle is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these services. Norwegian Lutheran* ! I Ray. J. wulth, Pastor, I The w he u e'ee  the  Noegan ehnrh net Saday Bev Walseth w nduet ervie n ng h at Benhum at 10 a m the Sund " Z Lthr Charek | Regutar eis will be hem here 1 this coming Sunday, August , at1 lO:30a, m. andS:0Op, m. The m- ing servi will be eonduete in tha Swedish Iguage and the evening i in English. Sday set and Bible da*s vdll be he/& at the el of the morning service. -Cam[soles, 69c, $5e d $1.19 each Tyler's Variety Sto. --For RI Bargains in a Real r et in touch with Wm. Cummens. J --Call at the Miekelson Millinery and select a hat out nf a special Int j that is being offend at $5.OO. I The Big Traver County Fair at l Wheaten, Minn., will be held on Sep- euber 14, 15, 16, 17. Dare Devil Aeroplane stunts by the "Flying Fox" who walks from one end to the other on the top wing of the aeroplane when it is thousam}s of feet in the air and: descends to the very lower end of a long swinging rope ladder suspended from the plane d hangs by ldsi knees and teeth, while the machine! is racing 75 miles per hour. plbatlon clause which states that Trlnlty Lutheran Church. . all the boys mt obey the -all]age cur. August Ba rig, P or , few law during the 9O dayshoki Servi every Sday at I0:00 a. The Chuh of Grd Fellowhig. United Evangelil Church. Review. o, or 2:OO p. m. Geman language ' J H Ma e ptor .nd eehool after each rrlee Ray. . . y., GENUINE GaBne Fire At Modish. "]ngli Iv.ngge. J Big Stone Chy.--Preaehmg se]ee .... rk ........ dd .... ...... 0:00 ...... day school at 11:0( "--  --.....' hundred gallons of gasoline at the Ei* Lutheran Church a.m.K.L.C. E, mting at 7:30 p Lee filling satien eaed a b t o  (E en ndIes northet of Ortonvflle m Preaching servi at 8:00 p m ULL It is reported that while J Wm John. There w It be sexless nex Sday he held every Wednesday evening u: Ciement here last Morwhay moing Bey. S. M, Moe of C[inton Ptor. Prayer mting and Bible Class wJl: ...... ha ......... ktl,,ed.'G 0 . ............. 0O o'eoo in th;; ........ . . -DURHAM 8kJet. who was standing sre dis. Norwegis langge. The Catahu Jolmson--Preaehmg sexless ever3 te om the r lighted a mah e elas will meet ,. the h.rc f alteate >- st a:oo 1. m. f TOBACCO d i A st 31 at Adead Prehng $s e er In an instant the rear of the ea "Cad.as ay mong ag , i  v were aflame The fire depent . -ety will meet Wednesday aftoon [ Everybody ie eordlly invited t at summoned, but before they could :eptember 7, with Mr Andrew Steen. tend these meeting / - reh the scene, the fi had beea ex tingihed by help at the garage The dage to the car d to the filling statiun was slight--Madison lndepeudent Pres l)ete Concrete Highway A speh by Jndge Or Hallam of the State Supreme Ceurt, a free concert and a f bthall game will fllow the parade o,22q0 e at the bg celebration of the onlug of the W ad betwn Morris and Hak Sunday afternoon Everybody in both towns who has a e that will n at all will be ou the  Sunday to take part in the pron Lira. ougineg, ive, tke metoreeles, eropIanes and anything else that %dll pond to galine a eli#bl for etranee --Mrds Tflb | [] AhlllOhlll--The fireworks spectacle will thrill you again and again at the .MINNESOTA STATE FAIR ,September 3to 10 TO THE PUBLIC We wish to announce to the peopl of Ortonville and the vicinity that The CITY TAILOR SHOP a shop for ladies and gentlemen who appreciate the worth of good tailoring, is now open for busi- We specialize in i TAILOR-MADE CIYI]. CLEANING AND PRESSING REMODELLING AND REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS Work done neatly and at prices very reasonable New Location Across Street From postoffice Clothes pressed while yea wait. A. W. YOUNG, Proprietor Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday Service "and Safety Tho are tl big th you pay for--and et--when you come to our store for Permsylia cuP TIRES And you get this svrw'ce at approximately the price el ordinvxy fires soM on a 3,00 mile basis. The safety of the Vacuum Cups on wet, slippery pave- meats is guaranteed, else tire returnable Bemsn Autle Find Intoxicants. And with a seah want, the local 9ell authories entered the premiss of the Ben Bottling work y vlght and made :a eareh far intoxt No omeisl re, t of the want has yet been made, and the ex*tet nature of the nfitlon is not kno. Two quart bottles with a small quntit of liquor Jn each of thm, and a Jug taiving a lid about whih there is gl to be a qtmtlon as t the aleoholi con- tents otals the edenee on wdeh it Nothing but the Best is / Good Enough Whm you have a blow- out that ttrs a big hole in the inner  Them you went the,patch vul- earded, not ea]M eemen The i trim with e In Ya Jet" the pest tioftia and the bet emdth with tubes that have the m le[ed tosthar instead of e msntd. You'}l kow what Is worth when you t one. Our prie*s glw them to yo at the same Sp, Tubes with the Vumil Seam Wh F Sshe He OrtonviIle Vuicz Shop The Park Garage Ostlind & Karn, Props. The Independent Printery is prepared Prompt Service on Auction Advertising. The Palge 6*66 is a stricd new model-new in design and construction, up to the minute in every detail. Being a new car it carries a new and lower price, hased on costs now pre ,vdling in the readjusted materials market. In performance, as well as in price, it is a revelation among fine cars. It is recognized the country over as, the undisputed leader of American sporting cars. Because it is at peak position in performance and rock bottom in price, 25% of the recent sales of this model have been to people who formerly owned cars,costin upwards of $4,000. . PAIGI-D['ROIT MOTOR CAR CO,, DETROIT, Mkk. &fwm of Moor Car* ad MO True THE PARK GA'RAGE PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT t From Our Neighbors J t Pioneer Resident Dies. Word comes tom Hollywood, Calif., I of the death of Mrs. F. B. Roberts, which occurred there last Thursday. The Roberts family were old residents of Grant county and lived for a good many years in Milbank where Mr. Roberts was engaged in the banking business.mBig Stone Headlight. To Advertise South Dakota Resources. Mr. and Mrs. John Black expect to leave in a day or two for Pierre from which place they will go out with one of the state immigration agricultural exhibits being used to advertise the products and resources of South Da- kota. They will visit Kansas and pos- I sibly other portions of the middle west.--BigStone Headlight. Qualify for State Rifle Team. ! Sergeants Eli Hoihjelle and Ole Elvekrog returned to this city Su-i day morning from Fort Snelling, where they have been attending the 1 state rifle shoot. They have been] named as member of the state rifle 1 team and will depart for Camp Perry, Ohio, in a few clays, where the na- tional rifl shoot will be held, opening on September 4.--Madison Indepen- dent Press. Caught "Cooning" Melons. Ten youngsters, whose names we are withholding, visited the Oscar Zimmerman farm in Everglade town- ship last Sunday, and were caught in the act of "cooning" watermelons A complaint was made out and five of the boys were summoned to ap- pear before Judge Pederson Wednes- day afternoon, the others having set- tied with Zmmerman for $5 apiece. County Attorney Cherry appeared for the state and after a few ques- tions advised that the boys be given some kind of punishment. A fine of $2.50 each was imposed on the flvu, they to earn this money and pay the same to the police officer besides be- ing placed on probation for 90 days. The other boys whose parents made settlement will also come under the probation clause which states that all the boys must obey the village cur- few law during the 90 days.--Choki. Review. Gasoline Fire At Madison. A spark from a match and a few hundred gallons of gasoline at the Lee filling station caused a bit of ex- citement here last Monday morning. It is reported that while J. Wm. John- son was having his tank filled, G. O. Skjei, who was standing same dis- tance from the car lighted a match. In an instant the rear of the car and the hose leading to the gas tank were aflame. The fire department was summoned, but before they could reach the scene, the fire had been ex- tinguished by help at the garage. The damage to the car and to the filling station was slight.--Madison Independent Press. Dedicate Concrete Highway. A speech by Judge Oscar Hallam of the State Supreme Court, a free concert and a free baseball game will f?llow the parade ofs2,000 cars at the big celebration of the oaening of the road between Morris and Hancock, Sunday afternoon. Everybody in both towns who has a" car that will run at all will be on the scene Sunday to take part in the procession. Lim- ousines, flivers, trucks, motorcycles, aeroplanes and anything else that Will respond to gasoline are eligit/l for entrance.--Morris Tribune. Benson Authorities Find Intoxicants. Armed with a search warrant, the local police authorities entered the premises of the Bensgn Bottling works Tuesday night and made a[ search for intoxicants. No official re, turn of the warrant has yet been made, and the exact nature of the confication is not known. Two quart bottles with a small quantity of liquor in each of them, and a jug containing a liquid about which there is said to be a question as to the alcoholic con- tents totals the evidence on which it Nothing but the Best is Good Enough When you have a blow- out that tears a big hole in the inner rule. Then you want the pateh vul- canized, not calld cement- .ed The is true with cas- ings. You get the most satisfaction and the best service with tubes that have the seam vulcanized together instead of ee, I ,merited. You'll know what this is worth when you try one. Our prices give them to you at the same cost. Specify Tubes with the Vulcanized Seam When You Buy. For Sale Here Ortonville Vulcanizing Shop -'il be decided whether the owners of Christian Science. he bottling works are guilty of Subject "Man." ashing any prohibition laws. Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All Earlier in the day, B. O. Lettie, a re velcame to these services. Freo 'y:rtner in the bottling concern, was reading room in their hall (Shumaker .rested, charged with being intoxi-: ,uilding). Open every Tuesday  and caed, plead guilty in Justice A. W. Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Van Slyke's court and paid a $10i I ne.--Swift County (Benson) Moni- Methodist Episcopal. tot. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. Service next Sunday morning at (i Bushels BeSt Wheat Yield Report- ]0:30 in the Methodist church. Theme, ed At Chokio. "The sin of being less than our best." The best yield was that raised by All grades of the Sunday school will !udwig Larson. Hi wheat averaged meet at 12:00 o'clock. The Epworth 6 bushel to the acre and weighed 57 League will meet at 7:00 o'clock. )ounds. Mr. Larson also experiment- Leader, Will McLane. At 8:00 o'clock ed with a new variety of wheat call- the evening preaching service is held. ed "Rust Proof." This grain was The topic will be "'The Mind of the planted April 30 and on very poor Master." ,:round for a wheat crop, but from two @ md one-half acres he threshed 25 Swedish Lutheran Church. :,ushels.--Chokio Review. Odessa, Minnesota. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Seriously Injured By Disc. Inrtead of the usual church services:, While driving four horses, hitched :]le Sunday school will have its [ mic o a disc on Tuesday along a graveled which will be held at the Alex John- road, Thomas Bailey of this city was son farm about five miles northeast uite badlb cut and bruised. The of Odessa and a mile east of the Swe- lorses became frightened, and Tom dish church. A program which will be ot control of them, with the result given by members of the Sunday :hat he was thrown violently to the school will begin at 3:00. :,;ound, the disc passing over him in .  ,ueh a manner that he was badly cut I First Congregational Church. ,nd bruised. He is coming along very] :icely today, and no serious results] Rev. Paul J. Bockoven. are anticipated.mBrowns Valley Inter- Rev, W, E. Griffith, of Waseea, dis- :.ake Tribune. trict superintendent, will supply the T pulpit Snday morning, September 4, ":" CHURCH NOTICES at 10:45 a. m. Immediately following this service t. *Ithe organization of a Sun(lay school Church of St. John ]will be started. All are extended a Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. [most cordial invitation to attend. There will be mass at 9:00 o'clock @ *, *  *  United Evangelical Church. Swedish M. E. Church. F.W. Agte, Pastor. A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regular services on the second Sun- Correll--Sundayschool at 10:30 a. lay of each month at 10:30 a. m. and m. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. 7:30 p.m. Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p. m. Church.  Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school Rev. H. B. Adams. at 2:00 p. m.; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Regular services every Sunday af- Akron Township Church--Services ernoon at three o'clock, discontinued. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. The public is cordially invited to @ @ * meet with us at all of these services- Trinity Lutheran Church. @ * August Bartling, Pastor. I Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. i The Church of Good Fellowship. - United Evangelical Church. ,. or 2:00 p. m. German language. I unday school after each service Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor :nglish language. Big Stone City.Preaching services @ @ at 1.0:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 Eids Lutheran Church a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. (Elevon miles northeast of Ortonville) m. Preaching services at 8:0 p. m. Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will There will be services next Sunday, be held every Wednesday evening at 'ugust 28, at 11:00 o'clock in the 8:00 p. m. NorwegiaR language. The Catachu- Johnson--Preaching services every en class will meet .in the church alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. \\;Vednesday morning, August 31, at I Adelaidd--Preaching services every "0:00 o'clock. The" Ladies' Aid So- t other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. ,iety will meet Wednesday afternoon, Everybody is cordially invited to at- ;eptember 7, with Mrs. Andrew Steen. tend these meetings. / Norwegian Lutheran. ! Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. ! There will be no services in the: Norwegian church next Sunday. Rev. Walseth will conduct services in Eng- lish at Bellingham at 10:30 a. m., the coming Sunday Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular services will be held here this coming Sunday, August 28, at 10:30 a. m. and 8:00 p.m. The morn- ing service will be conducted in the Swedish language and the evening service in English. Sunday school and Bible class will be hekt at the close of the morning service. --Camisoles, 69c, 85c and $1.19 each. Tyler's Variety Store. For Real Bargains in a Real car get in touch with Win. Cummens. --Call at the Mickelson Ylillinery and select a hat out of a special lot that is being offered at $5.00. The Big Traverse County Fair at Wheaton, Minn., will be held on Sep- tevnber 14, 15, 16, 17. Dare Devil Aeroplane stunts by the "Flying Fox" who walks from one end to the other on the top wing of the aeroplane when it is thousands of feet in the air and descends to the very lower end of a long swinging rope ladder suspended from the plane and hangs by his knees and teeth, while the machine is racing 75 miles per hour. | I 5000ood cigarettes For lOt From one sack d GENUINE -DURHAM J_ II Ill -- II I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER l I I ] I Ahtl!--Oh!!l The fireworks spectacle will thrill you again and again at the MINNESOTA STATE FAIR eptember 3 to 10 m l ! I TO THE. PUBLI,C: Ill We wish to announce to the people of OrtonviUe and the vicinity that The CITY TAILOR SHOP a shop for ladies and gentlemen who appreciate the worth of good tailoring, is now open for busi- Iless. We specialize in TAILOR-MADE CLOTHES CLEANING AND PRESSING REMODELLING AND REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS Work done neatly and at prices very reasonable. New Location Across Street From Postoifice Clothes pressed while you wait A. W. YOUNG, Proprietor I I I [ II Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday Service and Sa&ty Those are the big things you pay for--and get--when you come to our store for Pennsylvania VACUUM CUP TIRES And you get this service at approximately the price of ordinary tires sold on a 3,500 mile basis. The safety of the Vacuum Cups on wet, slippery pave- ments is uewemteed, else tires returnable. The Park Garage Ostlind & Karn, Props. The Prompt Service on Auction Advertising. UET's Independent Printery is prepared to Try ] The Paige 6-66 is a strictly new model-new in design and construction, up to the minute in every aetail. Being a new car it carries a new and !ower price, based on costs now prevaihng m the readjusted materials market. In performance, as well as in price, it is a revelation among fine cars. It is recognized the country over as, the undisputed leader of American sporting cars. Because it is at peak position in performance and rock bottom in price, 25 % of the recent sales of thts model have been to people who formerly owned cars costing upwards of $4,000. . All prlc f. \\;o. b. Da#oit-- War Tax PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, M//h Ikfnufacturers of Motor Cara and Motor Trucks THE PARK GARAGE