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PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBAY, FIRM DISSOLV . * |l PER.g I ' ! )  U The firm known as Schuett & Reind |l i" has been dissolved. H.H. Reindl has/ |J A]] taken ever all accounts and will col-I lect all bills. The Auto and Repair / Shop will be continued by him as be- fore.--Schuett & Reindl. / 4 @ t ODESSA I lis; Harvey L. Stegner and Miss! l,aura Stegner, Bismarck, N. D.; Wal: I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Theme were calling on friends Saturday. Mr. Julius Kanne was an Appleton caller on Wednesday between trains. The Women's Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. D. S. Cheadle. Miss Leota Bohn went to Twin Brooks, S. D., on Wednesday for a visit with relatives. H. Johnberg, agent for the Fari- bault Nursery, is oalling on his pa- trons here this week. Mrs. H. B. Mann and children of ,Sioux City, Iowa, are spending the week here with friends. Mrs. Fred Kolkman of Briston, S. D., was badly burned by the explosion of a gasoline stove last Friday. Mrs. H. H. Reindl and daughters returned Wednesday from their visit with relatives at Grafton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saurewein and son of Andover, S. D., spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krueger. Anna Edquist, Gladys Lenz, Enal Thomas, Clara Olson and Alice Gess were passengers to Ortonvflle Tues- day afternoon. Fred Reese and family of Adrian came by auto Friday to spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Reese. H. B. Stormo of Garretson, S. D., arrived Sunday evening, leaving la- ter in company with Mrs. Stormo for a visit with relatives at Ortonville. Superintendent DeGreef, of Big Stone, was in town Wednesday mak- ing preparations for the opening of school, whidt wilt be on ModaF, September 5. Rev. F. W. Agte, Mr, and Mrs. F. Sehuett, Mrs. E. A. Wagner and Mrs. W. G, Poirier attended the Big Stone County Sunday School convention held at Ortonvilte on Thursday Miss Gertrude Lyon, teacher in our schools and Miss lbel E. Lyon, of the commercial department of th6 Little Falls schools, were the guests ef their sister, Mrs. W. L. Batson, on t their return from a vacatmn trip thru the Canadian Selkirks and, channel passage to Skaguay, Alaska. Lake Bennett was the most northerly point reached. 0 Joe Magee ,son the sick list since his friend left. Mrs. B. M. Lord left Sunday after enjoying a two months vacation at Foster. t Dr. E. J. Simon of St. Paul left for home Saturday after having spent week at Douglas Hotel. The past week has been a busy one at Hotel Deuglas for it enjoyed a full houSe almost all week. Harry Billsburrow spent Sunday with the Vallancy family, returning to Graceville that evening. I Mrs. J. A. Sauer and the Max Royal ] ,amily closed their cottage .and left! '/r their home at Huron, S.D. j Mrs. K. C. Magee expects to close her cottage the last of this week and return to her home in St. Louis, Me. A. H. Douglas who ha8 been visiting his parents the last three weeks, left for his home in MinneapoHi" Mdda. The Wm Vallancy fmily expect leave for their home at Mandan D., Friday, September 2, closing their : ttage for the season. Former Governor C. N. Herried, and wife, left for Aberdeen, S. D., for a few days. They intend to spend sometime here before closing their cottage for the season. Mr. and Mrs. John Emke expect ,to leave here, closing'their cottage the last of this week. They will dt-ive to Excelsior Springs, Me., in their ear, going via Sioux City and Omaha. That Foster is becoming cosmopoli- tan was noticeable last Sunny e)en- ing when an auto left to attend the (lance at Bonanza Grove in which were two white people, three Indians, one Jpanese and a colored lady. Among the arrivals at the hotel the past week were: Mr. Max P. McGtlt, and Mr. I. J. Martin, of Central City, Neb., Mr. R. R. Conn, Clanon, Neb., F. A. McComack and family, Sioux City, Iowa, A. E. Benton and wife, Omaha, Neb., H. E. Buekell and his wife and daughter, of Haringto: Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Herri- man of Minneapolis. 1 CORRELL NEWS ' O. Wesley LaSalle motored to Apple- ton Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Otto Gutknecht were I}e!l:ngham callers Sunday. Miss Mabel Johnson had dental work done at Appleton on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blocker were Bellingham callers n Wednesday. The Ladies' Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Chas. Barie this weelc Mr. and Mrs. Roske are spdnding a few days in Boyd, visiting relatives Miss Elizabeth Hudson is visiting relatives in Ortonville for a  few days. Paul Hegge of Big Stone City, S. D., visited friends in Correll Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger mo- tored to Appleton Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John C(,rdeman mo- t,'ed to Appleton Tuesday eveving. Mr. an,d Mrs. Zimmerman and Ben attended a circus in Marshall Satur- day. Miss Mabel Johnson attended a Sunday school picnic near Odessa Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blocker motor- Jed to Minnealmlis by way of Marshall dn unday, returning Monday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luchsinger and i Ray Steg:: L.; bcn m;sisted by 7amily visited friends out of town i lld. Welch and Harry Eastman with .;unday ibis work the past few days Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Vieg, of AppIe-[ The farnaers in this locality upon ,:n. was a business callel m Con-ell, L. exmnining their potato crop, find it ion:my. imuch below the normal yield. Mr. Graham is spending a few l The Stephney Ladies' Aid met at i weeks visiting friends and relatives the L. J. Connelly home Thursday of n Marshall this week. A large crowd was re- 5r. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall and ported. f.,mily moved to their new home in I Wesley Stegner, who has been Appleton this week. working with The Brainerd Tribune Mrs. Ed. Lundgren returned Friday is now visiting his brother Benjamin from Montevideo where she spent a few days visiting relatives. M;'. Johnson returned home Satur- day from North Dakota wbele he ha been liansactin busines for a few weel0s. Mrs. W. Libbles and son Lyle visited in Correll for a few days this week before going to her new hme in Oakes, N. D. t. I. Weeks gf Chicago is visiting Mr. nd Mrs. F: A. Cooper. He wi)l leave riday for S]sseton, S. D., to vsit his son there. Mrs. Melvin Olson entertained a few friends Saturday afternoon in honor of her sister-in-law, Miss Inga Olson, who is soon to return to Minneapolis. A very pleasant afternoon was spent after which a dainty luncheon was serv.ed. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson and family, Miss Bernice Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Bottge and family, Oscar Lure- berg, Fred Womsley, Mrs. A. L. I Woods, Mrs. J. H. Woods, and Miss Helen Vaughan spent Sunday at Bonanza Springs. e NORTH FOSTER O Frank Kerrow has been filling his silo this week. Abel F. Eastman spent Sunday in Watertown, S. D. and family for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Hastings and daughter Azatia, also Mrs. Pierce, at- tended the Sunday School convention at Ortonville Thursday of last week. All report an interesting program. The Eastman boys are finishing shock threshing this week. They have been pulling a small separator with a Waterloo Boy tractor and have threshed about 800 acres with this outfit with satisfaction. @ @ [ OBITUARY I Ruth Schelberg. Ruth Scholberg, wife of J. B. Schol- berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stegner of this city, passed away at her home in Prior township eight miles northwest of Ortonville, at 3:00 o'clock Friday morning, August 26, following child birth. Her infant son born August 25, lived but a day. She was born on a farm seven and a hlf miles southeast of Beardsley February 11, 1893 and grew to wom- anhood in this County. She was mar- ried to Joseph B. Scholberg Febru- ary 14, 1920, at the home of her par- ents in Ortonville. Funeral services were conducted on the lawn at her home by Rev. J. W. !Barr of Beardsley, assisted by Rev. IMoe of Clinton, with interment in S. S. Peters has recently finished l Mound cemetery in this city lhreshing in this locality. , ! She was the first of a family of Sidney Stotesberry is plowing on i thirteen chihlren to pass away nd the lake farm of Jess Gallinger this besides her husband is survived by week. her parents, four sisters and eight The sale held by Frank Stevens last l brothers. Those from a distance to Satmday was well attended and i attend the funeral were the follow- "hln's sold well. !ing: Mrs. William Potter, Minneapo- Ill ' I ' II CARNIVAL SPECIAL ii, IIII I L " I I w "Men's Shoes Laugh with the Legion boys at the Carnival, then come in and look over these price reduc- tions in our Men's Shoe Department. Brown English Oxfords $9.00 Values ............................................ $5.00 New Brogue Oxford-- '';. $9.00 Values .............................................. $5.95 L Wine Calf Brogue Shoes-- ,: $9.00 Values...::....:. , ................................ =$6.95 Fine Browh K_taiht Last Shoes- ..., $>Vaues ................................... : ..... ii$8.95 Brown'Caif: Brogue Shoes--Brown Stitclbd -i $8.80 Values .......................................... , $5.95 Other nmbers in Men's Black and Brown;Dress Shoes $5.50. :  Kollitz Merc. Co. | I I I [ Saeger's Specials Alaska Sahnon, 1 pound, flat can ................ 5c Sardines in oil, per can ................................ 5 Corn, 2 cans for " 25c Macaroni, 3 packages for ............................ 25c Peaches, per can, .......................................... 25c Apricots, per can .......................................... 25c Peaberry Coffee, per pound ........................ 25c (10 pound lots for 22c per pound) / i i iiii i i FREE I bar of Jap Rose Soap with every 35c purchase of Flake White Soap. i i i ii iii i A. C. SAEGER Phone 37. I II II I I III I I I ter E. Stegner,Rhame, N. D., Mr. arm Mrs. P. C Scholberg, Minneapo- i lis; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Semmen and tt. C. Semmen, Dell Rapids, S. D.; Ben Johnson, Garretson, S D.; Wes- ley D. Stegner, Brainerd, Minn. The brothers and sisters unable to attend ,-ere Fred Stegner and Harry 2, Stegner, Am,don, N. D., and Mrs. A. W. Facey, Gallup, S. D. As a member of Stephney Metho- dist church and active as a church and social worker she was held in the hghest esteem in the community, as was evidenced by the extremely large gathering to pay their last re- spects to her. The bereaved husband and members of the family have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire com- munity. Card of Thanks. To the friends and ,hbors who assisted in the rece,t I th of our wife, daughter and sister and for the floral offerings we wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation. --J. B. Scholberg, "Where is your brother?" "Out West." "Homesteading ?" "No---Volsteading !"--Wayside Tales. DR. J. S. SCHWART2 OPTOMETRIST OF MIN NIrAPOLIS B. F. Stegner and family, O. P. Scholberg and family. Expert in the drugless fitting oz glasses to remedy eye-strain ano Tailor Shop Changes Location. its dangerous consequences, whlc The City Tailor Shop has changed latedt the eye-slght, the nervom its location from the building across wstem, and the general health, the street from the M M. Johnson WILL BE IN Furniture Store to the building re- Ortonville, Minn. I cently vacated by the Lundstrom and i Columbian Hotel Geisel Meat Market, located directly across the street from the postoffice. I Thursday, Sept. 15 At prices are right. All work guaranteed. I am located : in the base- rnent of Alvah Harvey Hindermyer an,t he D inn Trio a Harvey Hindermeyer and The Dann Trio, famous for their the country over, will appear in a especially selected program. This appearance of these famous artists constitutes the event of the season. What makes this concert of more than usual importance, are sev- eral numbers in which the artists will compare their art with its RE, CREATION by Mr. Edison's new phonograph." FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9 I. O. O. F. Hall, Clinton Minnesota, at 8:15 P. M. We have arranged that a number of Ortonville town people may have special compli" mentary invitations. Call, write or telephone for them. Only a few reservations remain,, They will be issued in order of application. J. D. ROSS & COMPANY EDISON DEALER Clinton, Minnesota i iiiii i Ill Is tr Home In Cold Weather? If not, then let us tell you ho' t h e EMPEROR PIPELESS FURNACE will heat all your rooms comfortably at all time All the heat is delivered to rooms--not up the chimney the basement. Takes but little fuel to operate this furnace as there s point,re" ly no waste of heat. ROOMS WARM--BASEMENT AUGUST ORTONVILLE PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBAY, FIRM DISSOLV . * |l PER.g I ' ! )  U The firm known as Schuett & Reind |l i" has been dissolved. H.H. Reindl has/ |J A]] taken ever all accounts and will col-I lect all bills. The Auto and Repair / Shop will be continued by him as be- fore.--Schuett & Reindl. / 4 @ t ODESSA I lis; Harvey L. Stegner and Miss! l,aura Stegner, Bismarck, N. D.; Wal: I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Theme were calling on friends Saturday. Mr. Julius Kanne was an Appleton caller on Wednesday between trains. The Women's Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. D. S. Cheadle. Miss Leota Bohn went to Twin Brooks, S. D., on Wednesday for a visit with relatives. H. Johnberg, agent for the Fari- bault Nursery, is oalling on his pa- trons here this week. Mrs. H. B. Mann and children of ,Sioux City, Iowa, are spending the week here with friends. Mrs. Fred Kolkman of Briston, S. D., was badly burned by the explosion of a gasoline stove last Friday. Mrs. H. H. Reindl and daughters returned Wednesday from their visit with relatives at Grafton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saurewein and son of Andover, S. D., spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krueger. Anna Edquist, Gladys Lenz, Enal Thomas, Clara Olson and Alice Gess were passengers to Ortonvflle Tues- day afternoon. Fred Reese and family of Adrian came by auto Friday to spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Reese. H. B. Stormo of Garretson, S. D., arrived Sunday evening, leaving la- ter in company with Mrs. Stormo for a visit with relatives at Ortonville. Superintendent DeGreef, of Big Stone, was in town Wednesday mak- ing preparations for the opening of school, whidt wilt be on ModaF, September 5. Rev. F. W. Agte, Mr, and Mrs. F. Sehuett, Mrs. E. A. Wagner and Mrs. W. G, Poirier attended the Big Stone County Sunday School convention held at Ortonvilte on Thursday Miss Gertrude Lyon, teacher in our schools and Miss lbel E. Lyon, of the commercial department of th6 Little Falls schools, were the guests ef their sister, Mrs. W. L. Batson, on t their return from a vacatmn trip thru the Canadian Selkirks and, channel passage to Skaguay, Alaska. Lake Bennett was the most northerly point reached. 0 Joe Magee ,son the sick list since his friend left. Mrs. B. M. Lord left Sunday after enjoying a two months vacation at Foster. t Dr. E. J. Simon of St. Paul left for home Saturday after having spent week at Douglas Hotel. The past week has been a busy one at Hotel Deuglas for it enjoyed a full houSe almost all week. Harry Billsburrow spent Sunday with the Vallancy family, returning to Graceville that evening. I Mrs. J. A. Sauer and the Max Royal ] ,amily closed their cottage .and left! '/r their home at Huron, S.D. j Mrs. K. C. Magee expects to close her cottage the last of this week and return to her home in St. Louis, Me. A. H. Douglas who ha8 been visiting his parents the last three weeks, left for his home in MinneapoHi" Mdda. The Wm Vallancy fmily expect leave for their home at Mandan D., Friday, September 2, closing their : ttage for the season. Former Governor C. N. Herried, and wife, left for Aberdeen, S. D., for a few days. They intend to spend sometime here before closing their cottage for the season. Mr. and Mrs. John Emke expect ,to leave here, closing'their cottage the last of this week. They will dt-ive to Excelsior Springs, Me., in their ear, going via Sioux City and Omaha. That Foster is becoming cosmopoli- tan was noticeable last Sunny e)en- ing when an auto left to attend the (lance at Bonanza Grove in which were two white people, three Indians, one Jpanese and a colored lady. Among the arrivals at the hotel the past week were: Mr. Max P. McGtlt, and Mr. I. J. Martin, of Central City, Neb., Mr. R. R. Conn, Clanon, Neb., F. A. McComack and family, Sioux City, Iowa, A. E. Benton and wife, Omaha, Neb., H. E. Buekell and his wife and daughter, of Haringto: Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Herri- man of Minneapolis. 1 CORRELL NEWS ' O. Wesley LaSalle motored to Apple- ton Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Otto Gutknecht were I}e!l:ngham callers Sunday. Miss Mabel Johnson had dental work done at Appleton on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blocker were Bellingham callers n Wednesday. The Ladies' Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Chas. Barie this weelc Mr. and Mrs. Roske are spdnding a few days in Boyd, visiting relatives Miss Elizabeth Hudson is visiting relatives in Ortonville for a  few days. Paul Hegge of Big Stone City, S. D., visited friends in Correll Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger mo- tored to Appleton Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John C(,rdeman mo- t,'ed to Appleton Tuesday eveving. Mr. an,d Mrs. Zimmerman and Ben attended a circus in Marshall Satur- day. Miss Mabel Johnson attended a Sunday school picnic near Odessa Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blocker motor- Jed to Minnealmlis by way of Marshall dn unday, returning Monday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luchsinger and i Ray Steg:: L.; bcn m;sisted by 7amily visited friends out of town i lld. Welch and Harry Eastman with .;unday ibis work the past few days Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Vieg, of AppIe-[ The farnaers in this locality upon ,:n. was a business callel m Con-ell, L. exmnining their potato crop, find it ion:my. imuch below the normal yield. Mr. Graham is spending a few l The Stephney Ladies' Aid met at i weeks visiting friends and relatives the L. J. Connelly home Thursday of n Marshall this week. A large crowd was re- 5r. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall and ported. f.,mily moved to their new home in I Wesley Stegner, who has been Appleton this week. working with The Brainerd Tribune Mrs. Ed. Lundgren returned Friday is now visiting his brother Benjamin from Montevideo where she spent a few days visiting relatives. M;'. Johnson returned home Satur- day from North Dakota wbele he ha been liansactin busines for a few weel0s. Mrs. W. Libbles and son Lyle visited in Correll for a few days this week before going to her new hme in Oakes, N. D. t. I. Weeks gf Chicago is visiting Mr. nd Mrs. F: A. Cooper. He wi)l leave riday for S]sseton, S. D., to vsit his son there. Mrs. Melvin Olson entertained a few friends Saturday afternoon in honor of her sister-in-law, Miss Inga Olson, who is soon to return to Minneapolis. A very pleasant afternoon was spent after which a dainty luncheon was serv.ed. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson and family, Miss Bernice Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Bottge and family, Oscar Lure- berg, Fred Womsley, Mrs. A. L. I Woods, Mrs. J. H. Woods, and Miss Helen Vaughan spent Sunday at Bonanza Springs. e NORTH FOSTER O Frank Kerrow has been filling his silo this week. Abel F. Eastman spent Sunday in Watertown, S. D. and family for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Hastings and daughter Azatia, also Mrs. Pierce, at- tended the Sunday School convention at Ortonville Thursday of last week. All report an interesting program. The Eastman boys are finishing shock threshing this week. They have been pulling a small separator with a Waterloo Boy tractor and have threshed about 800 acres with this outfit with satisfaction. @ @ [ OBITUARY I Ruth Schelberg. Ruth Scholberg, wife of J. B. Schol- berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stegner of this city, passed away at her home in Prior township eight miles northwest of Ortonville, at 3:00 o'clock Friday morning, August 26, following child birth. Her infant son born August 25, lived but a day. She was born on a farm seven and a hlf miles southeast of Beardsley February 11, 1893 and grew to wom- anhood in this County. She was mar- ried to Joseph B. Scholberg Febru- ary 14, 1920, at the home of her par- ents in Ortonville. Funeral services were conducted on the lawn at her home by Rev. J. W. !Barr of Beardsley, assisted by Rev. IMoe of Clinton, with interment in S. S. Peters has recently finished l Mound cemetery in this city lhreshing in this locality. , ! She was the first of a family of Sidney Stotesberry is plowing on i thirteen chihlren to pass away nd the lake farm of Jess Gallinger this besides her husband is survived by week. her parents, four sisters and eight The sale held by Frank Stevens last l brothers. Those from a distance to Satmday was well attended and i attend the funeral were the follow- "hln's sold well. !ing: Mrs. William Potter, Minneapo- Ill ' I ' II CARNIVAL SPECIAL ii, IIII I L " I I w "Men's Shoes Laugh with the Legion boys at the Carnival, then come in and look over these price reduc- tions in our Men's Shoe Department. Brown English Oxfords $9.00 Values ............................................ $5.00 New Brogue Oxford-- '';. $9.00 Values .............................................. $5.95 L Wine Calf Brogue Shoes-- ,: $9.00 Values...::....:. , ................................ =$6.95 Fine Browh K_taiht Last Shoes- ..., $>Vaues ................................... : ..... ii$8.95 Brown'Caif: Brogue Shoes--Brown Stitclbd -i $8.80 Values .......................................... , $5.95 Other nmbers in Men's Black and Brown;Dress Shoes $5.50. :  Kollitz Merc. Co. | I I I [ Saeger's Specials Alaska Sahnon, 1 pound, flat can ................ 5c Sardines in oil, per can ................................ 5 Corn, 2 cans for " 25c Macaroni, 3 packages for ............................ 25c Peaches, per can, .......................................... 25c Apricots, per can .......................................... 25c Peaberry Coffee, per pound ........................ 25c (10 pound lots for 22c per pound) / i i iiii i i FREE I bar of Jap Rose Soap with every 35c purchase of Flake White Soap. i i i ii iii i A. C. SAEGER Phone 37. I II II I I III I I I ter E. Stegner,Rhame, N. D., Mr. arm Mrs. P. C Scholberg, Minneapo- i lis; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Semmen and tt. C. Semmen, Dell Rapids, S. D.; Ben Johnson, Garretson, S D.; Wes- ley D. Stegner, Brainerd, Minn. The brothers and sisters unable to attend ,-ere Fred Stegner and Harry 2, Stegner, Am,don, N. D., and Mrs. A. W. Facey, Gallup, S. D. As a member of Stephney Metho- dist church and active as a church and social worker she was held in the hghest esteem in the community, as was evidenced by the extremely large gathering to pay their last re- spects to her. The bereaved husband and members of the family have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire com- munity. Card of Thanks. To the friends and ,hbors who assisted in the rece,t I th of our wife, daughter and sister and for the floral offerings we wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation. --J. B. Scholberg, "Where is your brother?" "Out West." "Homesteading ?" "No---Volsteading !"--Wayside Tales. DR. J. S. SCHWART2 OPTOMETRIST OF MIN NIrAPOLIS B. F. Stegner and family, O. P. Scholberg and family. Expert in the drugless fitting oz glasses to remedy eye-strain ano Tailor Shop Changes Location. its dangerous consequences, whlc The City Tailor Shop has changed latedt the eye-slght, the nervom its location from the building across wstem, and the general health, the street from the M M. Johnson WILL BE IN Furniture Store to the building re- Ortonville, Minn. I cently vacated by the Lundstrom and i Columbian Hotel Geisel Meat Market, located directly across the street from the postoffice. I Thursday, Sept. 15 At prices are right. All work guaranteed. I am located : in the base- rnent of Alvah Harvey Hindermyer an,t he D inn Trio a Harvey Hindermeyer and The Dann Trio, famous for their the country over, will appear in a especially selected program. This appearance of these famous artists constitutes the event of the season. What makes this concert of more than usual importance, are sev- eral numbers in which the artists will compare their art with its RE, CREATION by Mr. Edison's new phonograph." FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9 I. O. O. F. Hall, Clinton Minnesota, at 8:15 P. M. We have arranged that a number of Ortonville town people may have special compli" mentary invitations. Call, write or telephone for them. Only a few reservations remain,, They will be issued in order of application. J. D. ROSS & COMPANY EDISON DEALER Clinton, Minnesota i iiiii i Ill Is tr Home In Cold Weather? If not, then let us tell you ho' t h e EMPEROR PIPELESS FURNACE will heat all your rooms comfortably at all time All the heat is delivered to rooms--not up the chimney the basement. Takes but little fuel to operate this furnace as there s point,re" ly no waste of heat. ROOMS WARM--BASEMENT AUGUST ORTONVILLE PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT @ @ Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luchshlger and i Ray Stag 2 L. bc.;i assisted by lis ttvey L. Stogner and Miss[ F1RM DISSOLVED. [ ODESSA | ',n,ily visited friend out of town I:d. Welch and Harry Eastman with I Laura Stegner, Bismarck, N. D.; Wal- The firm kno s Sehuett & Relndl I @ R @, :,mda. I kis work the past few days. [ tar E. Stegner,tthame, N. D., Mr.[ has been dissolved H. H. Reindi hasl Mr. d Mrs. W. B. Tnae were Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Vleg, of Apple- I Th fae in ths oeaity upon arm M. P. C. $cholhelg Minneapo- tkn over all accounts and will col- calling on ftlends Saturday ] .n. was a business CRUel in Conll,[ examining their potato crop, find it Iis; Mr. and Mrs A. It Semmen and ! leer all bills. The Auto and Rep*dr Mr. Julius Kne was  AppletenJ .:enay. much below the normal yield ' i II C. 8emmen Dell Rpids S. D.;i Shop wll be continued by him as be. ller on Wednesday between traine. Mr Graham Is spending a few The Stephney Ldies' Aid met at, Ben Johnson, Ganetson, S D.; Wee fore.--Schuett & RelndL The Women's Mionary Society ,,oaks v sit ng friends and latives the L. J. Connelly home Thursday of ey D Stegner, Bra nard, M un The met Wednesday afternoon with M. L, Marshall r this wk. A large crowd w eo ro he avd s s ors anah e to at end "Where is your btherT" D. S. Cead]e. xh.. and Mrs. H. H DeWall and I ported .... el Fred Stegner and Harry t, "Out West" , Miss Loots Bohn went to Twin m y moved to their new home m Wesley Stogaer, who has been Stegner, Amldon, N D., and Mrs A "Homestelig? i, Boks, S. D., on Wednesday for a Appleton this weelL working with The Branerd Tribune W Facey. GaIlup, S. D "NVolsteading. 'rwysideTales dsit with latives. Mrs. Ed. Luudgn retued Friday is now vlsiting his brother Benjamin As a member of Stephney Motho-    H. Johnberg, agent for the Fari- fm Montevideo where she spent a and family for  few days. dlst ehuh and tive  a church DR j  t.zl#ttAt'le bruit Nuery, is mlllng on his pa- .%w days visitir ative Mr. d Mr George Rastlngs and and social worker she wa held in the . * , sls trons hem this wk. Mr. Johann r,turned home Jatur- dughter Alla. also Mrs. Piee, at- Mrs. H. B, Mann d ohildren of ioux City, Iowa, are spending the week hele with fflend M. Fred Kolkman  Briston, S. D., w badly burned by the exp:osion of a gasoline stove lt FHday Mrs. H. H. Reind] and daughters tured Wednesday from their vlsiz ith relsfl at Grafton, Iowa r d Mrs. Fd Saurewein aud n of Andover, S.D. spent Sunday with her prints, M. and Mr Robert Krueger. Anna Edquist, G]adys Lenz, Ena Thomas, Clvxa else. d Ali Gess were pengem to Orteavle Tues day afternoon. Fred Rese and family of Adrian ea by auto Fday to spend the wknd with his parents. Mr. and Mr Cla Reese. H. B Stormo of Garretn, S. D., ardved Sunday evening, leang la- ter in company with Mrs. Stormo for a visit with ]atives at Oruville. Superntendem DeGreef, of Bg Stoe. was in town Wednesday mak- ing preparations for the opening of At are right. day fram North Dakota whole h Era* been trsting business for a few wee. Mr W. Libbles and son Lyle visited n Coxretl for a few days ts wk before going tv her new hme in Oakes, N. D. t I. Weeks uf Chicago is visiting tt nd Mrs. F A Co.per. He will leave }riday for S;steu, $. D. to ,,sit hls so the. Mr Melvin Otu entertained a few friends Saturday afternoon in honor of her satev-in-law, Miss Inga Olin, ho is sn to mtu to Minneapolis. A very pleast afternoon was spent after wMeh a dainty lunehn was served. Mr. and Mrs. Cha Rn and family, Mi Bernice Scott, Mr. and lrs. Bottge and'fily. Oscar Lure. tended the Sunday SehI convention RL OrtonviIle Thursday of last week All rrt  interesting program. The Etman boys a fluistdng hock thshing this weel They have bn pulling a small septor wth a Waterloo Boy tractor and have threshed about 800 res with this outfl with sasftion. OBITUARY Ruth Schlberg. Ruth Scholber g, wife of J. S. Seho berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stegner of this city, passed a at her home in Prior twnsMp eight miles northwest of Ortonville, at 8;00 o'clock Fiday me.lug, August 26 following child brth. Her innt sot berg, Fred Womsley, Mrs. A. L, bo August 25, lived but a day. Wds, M. J. H Woods, and Mis She was born on a f seven and elen Vaughan spent Sunday at i a hf miles southst of Baardsle Bonanza Spngs. Febrry 11, 1893 and grew to wom- . anhd u this ounty. She was mar l'ied ta Joseph B. Scholberg Feb NORTH FOSTER ar 14, 1920, at the home of her par"  ants in OrtonvHle. school whic will be  /ffc, September 5. Frank Kerrow has bn filling his[ Fnra servis  eonduetd or Roy F W Agte Mr and Mrs F silo this weel [ the lawn at her home by Roy. J. W. Sehuet lrs' E A 'Wa" er and Mrs Abel F. Etm spent Sun(lay in I Barr o Bedley, a is ed by Roy. W G Porattended teeBg Ston Waterto,S.D. " I!Moe of Clinten..w]tl interment In COn t Sunda School n entloZ S S Peters ha recently finlsbl Mound cemetel-y in thls city he n Ortnv y" on Thura; '1brash ..................... I ......................... f Miss Gertrude LYon tacher :n OUl Sidney Stotesberry is plowing on[ thirteen children o pass awry td hools and Miss !abeI E L  el be ]zke farm of Jess GaHinger this'hesides her husband is smT]d by . - yon, week her parents four *istors and eight the commercial department of th . S t l th lh f F ta ce to Little Fa]l schools, were the guests The sale held by Frank teve I ,re er. e iota a ( s n of their sister, Mrs. V. L. Baleen. on Saturday was well attended andl ! attend the fneral were the foll their tn from vacation trp thru thl g ld Well. ] hg: lrs. William Patter, Minneapo- the Canadian elkirks d channel , highest estm in the communlt OFTOMETRIST as was evdend by the extreme] o MINNEAL[$ large gathering to pay their last r spears to her. The bereaved hband and membe of the family have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire corn. munity Card of nenks. To the frndsed ''-"bal who assisted i be e,t th of our wife, daughter and sister d for the floral offerings we wsh to extend ou heartfelt appdation. --J. B. Seholberg, B. F. Stegner and family, o. P. Scholherg d fmily, g'=pert medY eygrtin Tailor Shop Changes Ltion. The City Tai[or Shop has its location the stet fm the M. M, Furnitu Store to the building re. ntly vacated by the Lundstrom an Geise Meat Market, lated dictl) eros the street from the peztoffice WILL BE IN Or tenville, Minn. Columbian Hotel Thursday, Sepk 15 All work guaranteed. in the base- meat of garage. Give me A Trial. 0. n. wt Ad publicity is passage to Skagay, Alask. L.ke Bennett w the most northerly pnt hed. FOSTER J M ts on the slek list slnc his fied left Mrs. B. M. Lord ]f Sup,Jay after enjoying a two months vtou at Foster . Dr, E. J. Simon of SL Pau left fo home Saturday after havin spem a wk at Douglas Hotel. Th* pt Wok hu bn a busy one aV Hotel Declu for it enyed fll ou almo*t all w Hm'ry Billsbuow spem Sunday th the Valley family, returning to Grve that evening Mrs. J A Saner and the Max Royal mfl rosed their otta and left r their home at Huron. S. D. M. K. C. Magee expects to eloN r cottage the last of ths week and rn to hr home in St. Louis. Me. A. H. Dougl who hat tm t4ff his lmruta tl last thr wq*lt,l fgr hl home in Minneapol M Tim Wm VII fmlly pt * hiave for their home at Mmdan, h., FHday, $ptember , elingthei 0ttqe for tam Fomt G*ver C. N. Rertt tam wife, laft for Ardm, r a few day Th Intend to Is*rid tamtlm here before elmin their ttalpe for the mn. - Me, and Mrt. John  exletlt ,he, elothtthelr eottag 'le Jut of thl* week. They will d/'[ve to Exltier SpringB, Me., in ag whta two white le, e Indies. Jlle and a COlored lady. Among tile atvl at file hotel the past week were: Mr. Max P. McG:tt, and Mr. I. L Martin, of tral City, N.. Mr. R. R Cn. Clarion. Ne 1 A. Mcek and fdmily, S City, Ia, A. E. Benton sad wife, Omla. Neb.. I-I. E. Bkell and his ffe ld daughter, of Neb.. d Mr. rid M. mn of Ndnneallls. I CORRBLL NIWS Wley LaSale motored to Apple- tat Frlnay evemn& Mr avd Mrs. Otto Gutk-neeh l,ell:ngh ealIers Sundau [Ls Mabel ohnm had west dot at Appleton on Monday Mr. and Mr H A mker Be|llnglutm callers The ' Aid ety met at th home of Mrt. Mr. md Mt. Roke tre sdin a fv day in Boyd, vlting rlmi Miss Elhmbcth ratl in Orton21e for afew Ptml Hegge of Bis Stone City, S D., vttd fl4eds in Correll Sudy toted ta AppletOn Satmday evening Mr. nd  John t,d to Applttn Mr.  . Zimmemtaa ad Br sttead a izca* la ltraha:l atur. day. lM Mabel Johneon Y.may hoo] #eRie r| Sunday. .lr. ava  H. A. Blacker tor- d to lts by wgy of I&thall CARNIVAL SPECIAL Men's Shoes Latigh with the Legion-boys at the Carnival, then come in and look over these pzace reduc- tter in our Men's hoe Department. Brown English Oxfords-- $9.00 Values ............................................ $5.00 New Brogue Oxford-- $9.00 Values .............................................. ,. $5.95 Wine Caff Brogue Shoes-- . $9.00 Values ........................................... $6.95 F|neBro$ht Last Shoes-- : :$100 Vales ........................................ /$8.95. $9.50 Values ......................................... " $5,95 Other nmbe in Men s Black and Bw,]Dross Sho $5.50. Kollitz Merc. Co. Sfleger's Specials Alaska Salmon, 1 pound, flat ean ................ 5e Sardines in oil, per can ................................  orn, 2 cans for .............................................. 25 Macaroni, 3 packages for ........................... 25e Peaches, per can, .......................................... 25e Apricots, per can .......................................... 25e Peaberry Coffee, per pound ........................ 25c (10 pound lots for 22e per pound) FREE I bar of Jap Rose Soap With every 35c purchase of lake White Soap. A. C. SAEGER Phone 37. Harvey Hindermyer and The Dann Trio Hatwey Hindermeyer and The the country This appearance of these famous artists constitutes the event of the season, What makes this concert of more than usual impofcane are se- eral numbers in which the artists will compare their art With its R Rice CREATION by Mr. Edison's new phonograph." FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9 1. O. O. F. Hall, Clinton Minnota, at 8:15 P. M. We have raged tha a.number of Orton'ri[le mentary invitatio Cll, te or telephone They will be isstted it oilier of appltelttlnn. J. D. ROSS & COMPANY EDISON DEALER Minnesota Is Your Home In Cold Weatheri If not, then let us t h e EMPEROR FURNACE will heat all rooms comfortably All the heat is delivered to rooms-...-no' up the chirnne the basement. Takes but little fuel this furnace no waste of heat. ORTONVILLE i PAGE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT 'THURSDAY, SEPTEMBAY, FIRM DISSOLV . * |l PER.g I ' ! )  U The firm known as Schuett & Reind |l i" has been dissolved. H.H. Reindl has/ |J A]] taken ever all accounts and will col-I lect all bills. The Auto and Repair / Shop will be continued by him as be- fore.--Schuett & Reindl. / 4 @ t ODESSA I lis; Harvey L. Stegner and Miss! l,aura Stegner, Bismarck, N. D.; Wal: I Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Theme were calling on friends Saturday. Mr. Julius Kanne was an Appleton caller on Wednesday between trains. The Women's Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. D. S. Cheadle. Miss Leota Bohn went to Twin Brooks, S. D., on Wednesday for a visit with relatives. H. Johnberg, agent for the Fari- bault Nursery, is oalling on his pa- trons here this week. Mrs. H. B. Mann and children of ,Sioux City, Iowa, are spending the week here with friends. Mrs. Fred Kolkman of Briston, S. D., was badly burned by the explosion of a gasoline stove last Friday. Mrs. H. H. Reindl and daughters returned Wednesday from their visit with relatives at Grafton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saurewein and son of Andover, S. D., spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Krueger. Anna Edquist, Gladys Lenz, Enal Thomas, Clara Olson and Alice Gess were passengers to Ortonvflle Tues- day afternoon. Fred Reese and family of Adrian came by auto Friday to spend the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Reese. H. B. Stormo of Garretson, S. D., arrived Sunday evening, leaving la- ter in company with Mrs. Stormo for a visit with relatives at Ortonville. Superintendent DeGreef, of Big Stone, was in town Wednesday mak- ing preparations for the opening of school, whidt wilt be on ModaF, September 5. Rev. F. W. Agte, Mr, and Mrs. F. Sehuett, Mrs. E. A. Wagner and Mrs. W. G, Poirier attended the Big Stone County Sunday School convention held at Ortonvilte on Thursday Miss Gertrude Lyon, teacher in our schools and Miss lbel E. Lyon, of the commercial department of th6 Little Falls schools, were the guests ef their sister, Mrs. W. L. Batson, on t their return from a vacatmn trip thru the Canadian Selkirks and, channel passage to Skaguay, Alaska. Lake Bennett was the most northerly point reached. 0 Joe Magee ,son the sick list since his friend left. Mrs. B. M. Lord left Sunday after enjoying a two months vacation at Foster. t Dr. E. J. Simon of St. Paul left for home Saturday after having spent week at Douglas Hotel. The past week has been a busy one at Hotel Deuglas for it enjoyed a full houSe almost all week. Harry Billsburrow spent Sunday with the Vallancy family, returning to Graceville that evening. I Mrs. J. A. Sauer and the Max Royal ] ,amily closed their cottage .and left! '/r their home at Huron, S.D. j Mrs. K. C. Magee expects to close her cottage the last of this week and return to her home in St. Louis, Me. A. H. Douglas who ha8 been visiting his parents the last three weeks, left for his home in MinneapoHi" Mdda. The Wm Vallancy fmily expect leave for their home at Mandan D., Friday, September 2, closing their : ttage for the season. Former Governor C. N. Herried, and wife, left for Aberdeen, S. D., for a few days. They intend to spend sometime here before closing their cottage for the season. Mr. and Mrs. John Emke expect ,to leave here, closing'their cottage the last of this week. They will dt-ive to Excelsior Springs, Me., in their ear, going via Sioux City and Omaha. That Foster is becoming cosmopoli- tan was noticeable last Sunny e)en- ing when an auto left to attend the (lance at Bonanza Grove in which were two white people, three Indians, one Jpanese and a colored lady. Among the arrivals at the hotel the past week were: Mr. Max P. McGtlt, and Mr. I. J. Martin, of Central City, Neb., Mr. R. R. Conn, Clanon, Neb., F. A. McComack and family, Sioux City, Iowa, A. E. Benton and wife, Omaha, Neb., H. E. Buekell and his wife and daughter, of Haringto: Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Herri- man of Minneapolis. 1 CORRELL NEWS ' O. Wesley LaSalle motored to Apple- ton Friday evening. Mr and Mrs. Otto Gutknecht were I}e!l:ngham callers Sunday. Miss Mabel Johnson had dental work done at Appleton on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blocker were Bellingham callers n Wednesday. The Ladies' Aid society met at the home of Mrs. Chas. Barie this weelc Mr. and Mrs. Roske are spdnding a few days in Boyd, visiting relatives Miss Elizabeth Hudson is visiting relatives in Ortonville for a  few days. Paul Hegge of Big Stone City, S. D., visited friends in Correll Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger mo- tored to Appleton Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John C(,rdeman mo- t,'ed to Appleton Tuesday eveving. Mr. an,d Mrs. Zimmerman and Ben attended a circus in Marshall Satur- day. Miss Mabel Johnson attended a Sunday school picnic near Odessa Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blocker motor- Jed to Minnealmlis by way of Marshall dn unday, returning Monday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Luchsinger and i Ray Steg:: L.; bcn m;sisted by 7amily visited friends out of town i lld. Welch and Harry Eastman with .;unday ibis work the past few days Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Vieg, of AppIe-[ The farnaers in this locality upon ,:n. was a business callel m Con-ell, L. exmnining their potato crop, find it ion:my. imuch below the normal yield. Mr. Graham is spending a few l The Stephney Ladies' Aid met at i weeks visiting friends and relatives the L. J. Connelly home Thursday of n Marshall this week. A large crowd was re- 5r. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall and ported. f.,mily moved to their new home in I Wesley Stegner, who has been Appleton this week. working with The Brainerd Tribune Mrs. Ed. Lundgren returned Friday is now visiting his brother Benjamin from Montevideo where she spent a few days visiting relatives. M;'. Johnson returned home Satur- day from North Dakota wbele he ha been liansactin busines for a few weel0s. Mrs. W. Libbles and son Lyle visited in Correll for a few days this week before going to her new hme in Oakes, N. D. t. I. Weeks gf Chicago is visiting Mr. nd Mrs. F: A. Cooper. He wi)l leave riday for S]sseton, S. D., to vsit his son there. Mrs. Melvin Olson entertained a few friends Saturday afternoon in honor of her sister-in-law, Miss Inga Olson, who is soon to return to Minneapolis. A very pleasant afternoon was spent after which a dainty luncheon was serv.ed. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson and family, Miss Bernice Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Bottge and family, Oscar Lure- berg, Fred Womsley, Mrs. A. L. I Woods, Mrs. J. H. Woods, and Miss Helen Vaughan spent Sunday at Bonanza Springs. e NORTH FOSTER O Frank Kerrow has been filling his silo this week. Abel F. Eastman spent Sunday in Watertown, S. D. and family for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George Hastings and daughter Azatia, also Mrs. Pierce, at- tended the Sunday School convention at Ortonville Thursday of last week. All report an interesting program. The Eastman boys are finishing shock threshing this week. They have been pulling a small separator with a Waterloo Boy tractor and have threshed about 800 acres with this outfit with satisfaction. @ @ [ OBITUARY I Ruth Schelberg. Ruth Scholberg, wife of J. B. Schol- berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stegner of this city, passed away at her home in Prior township eight miles northwest of Ortonville, at 3:00 o'clock Friday morning, August 26, following child birth. Her infant son born August 25, lived but a day. She was born on a farm seven and a hlf miles southeast of Beardsley February 11, 1893 and grew to wom- anhood in this County. She was mar- ried to Joseph B. Scholberg Febru- ary 14, 1920, at the home of her par- ents in Ortonville. Funeral services were conducted on the lawn at her home by Rev. J. W. !Barr of Beardsley, assisted by Rev. IMoe of Clinton, with interment in S. S. Peters has recently finished l Mound cemetery in this city lhreshing in this locality. , ! She was the first of a family of Sidney Stotesberry is plowing on i thirteen chihlren to pass away nd the lake farm of Jess Gallinger this besides her husband is survived by week. her parents, four sisters and eight The sale held by Frank Stevens last l brothers. Those from a distance to Satmday was well attended and i attend the funeral were the follow- "hln's sold well. !ing: Mrs. William Potter, Minneapo- Ill ' I ' II CARNIVAL SPECIAL ii, IIII I L " I I w "Men's Shoes Laugh with the Legion boys at the Carnival, then come in and look over these price reduc- tions in our Men's Shoe Department. Brown English Oxfords $9.00 Values ............................................ $5.00 New Brogue Oxford-- '';. $9.00 Values .............................................. $5.95 L Wine Calf Brogue Shoes-- ,: $9.00 Values...::....:. , ................................ =$6.95 Fine Browh K_taiht Last Shoes- ..., $>Vaues ................................... : ..... ii$8.95 Brown'Caif: Brogue Shoes--Brown Stitclbd -i $8.80 Values .......................................... , $5.95 Other nmbers in Men's Black and Brown;Dress Shoes $5.50. :  Kollitz Merc. Co. | I I I [ Saeger's Specials Alaska Sahnon, 1 pound, flat can ................ 5c Sardines in oil, per can ................................ 5 Corn, 2 cans for " 25c Macaroni, 3 packages for ............................ 25c Peaches, per can, .......................................... 25c Apricots, per can .......................................... 25c Peaberry Coffee, per pound ........................ 25c (10 pound lots for 22c per pound) / i i iiii i i FREE I bar of Jap Rose Soap with every 35c purchase of Flake White Soap. i i i ii iii i A. C. SAEGER Phone 37. I II II I I III I I I ter E. Stegner,Rhame, N. D., Mr. arm Mrs. P. C Scholberg, Minneapo- i lis; Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Semmen and tt. C. Semmen, Dell Rapids, S. D.; Ben Johnson, Garretson, S D.; Wes- ley D. Stegner, Brainerd, Minn. The brothers and sisters unable to attend ,-ere Fred Stegner and Harry 2, Stegner, Am,don, N. D., and Mrs. A. W. Facey, Gallup, S. D. As a member of Stephney Metho- dist church and active as a church and social worker she was held in the hghest esteem in the community, as was evidenced by the extremely large gathering to pay their last re- spects to her. The bereaved husband and members of the family have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire com- munity. Card of Thanks. To the friends and ,hbors who assisted in the rece,t I th of our wife, daughter and sister and for the floral offerings we wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation. --J. B. Scholberg, "Where is your brother?" "Out West." "Homesteading ?" "No---Volsteading !"--Wayside Tales. DR. J. S. SCHWART2 OPTOMETRIST OF MIN NIrAPOLIS B. F. Stegner and family, O. P. Scholberg and family. Expert in the drugless fitting oz glasses to remedy eye-strain ano Tailor Shop Changes Location. its dangerous consequences, whlc The City Tailor Shop has changed latedt the eye-slght, the nervom its location from the building across wstem, and the general health, the street from the M M. Johnson WILL BE IN Furniture Store to the building re- Ortonville, Minn. I cently vacated by the Lundstrom and i Columbian Hotel Geisel Meat Market, located directly across the street from the postoffice. I Thursday, Sept. 15 At prices are right. All work guaranteed. I am located : in the base- rnent of Alvah Harvey Hindermyer an,t he D inn Trio a Harvey Hindermeyer and The Dann Trio, famous for their the country over, will appear in a especially selected program. This appearance of these famous artists constitutes the event of the season. What makes this concert of more than usual importance, are sev- eral numbers in which the artists will compare their art with its RE, CREATION by Mr. Edison's new phonograph." FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9 I. O. O. F. Hall, Clinton Minnesota, at 8:15 P. M. We have arranged that a number of Ortonville town people may have special compli" mentary invitations. Call, write or telephone for them. Only a few reservations remain,, They will be issued in order of application. J. D. ROSS & COMPANY EDISON DEALER Clinton, Minnesota i iiiii i Ill Is tr Home In Cold Weather? If not, then let us tell you ho' t h e EMPEROR PIPELESS FURNACE will heat all your rooms comfortably at all time All the heat is delivered to rooms--not up the chimney the basement. Takes but little fuel to operate this furnace as there s point,re" ly no waste of heat. ROOMS WARM--BASEMENT AUGUST ORTONVILLE