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SBAy, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921 THE ORTOlhWILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE S @ L, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS (hon was a twin city visitor purchased the dairy Estate, and Mrs. F. M. Geier are in this week. Randall will go to St. Paul on a business trip. Sackreiter is repairing the e on his farm near Barry md Mrs, H. W. Palm are visit- at Browns Valley Thea Olson of Cyrus is visit- Harrison this week. Norby of Appleton is visit- sister Mrs. Henry Petriek. of Clinton trans- in Ortonville Monday. Lucille Wendland of Big Stone D., is a patient at the hos- H. W. Kollitz is entertaining at her home this after- Brooks and daughter Esther relatives at Faribault this Hunter was over from Mil- D., yesterday for a few Tillie Oehler of Big Stone D., is a patient at the local Selvig of Minneapolis spent': last week at the home of George Countryman of the spent the week-end at Helen Marx of Fargo is spend- Week-end at the John Hau- and Mrs. B. R. Maertz of Olivia W0eek-end guests of Dr. and Mrs. lsen. t(rier of Odessa had his ap- removed Wednesday at the D. Davis of the Peninsula is her sister from Milwau- Helen Watson of Artichoke ,'ith her friend Miss Gladys week. I tMaY McCord, night operator elephone office, is enjoying a Pomeroy of Montevideovl: the slide trombone v Orchestra. Alma Chesley will leave Fri-I rang for Duluth where she school. Cade and children accom- Cade as far as Appleton morning. Yerna Moore left ,for Inter- Falls this mornhag to teach gh school. Remund of Wilmot, S. tonsils removed Tuesday here. Peterson of Peever, her tonsils removed at the Friday. P. Roske left for Chicago to y for an indefinite Scouts broke camp Tues- Snesrud was their guest and Sunday. proprietor of Bon- Resort, was an Orton- Saturday. Scholberg will leave morning for Ely to teach school year. of Big Stone City, S. tonsils removed Saturday here returned from Du- county, where he has since April. South was a passenger Friday where she re- the week-end. Hippin of Wilmot, S. an operation for ap- Tuesday at Evangelical hos- Miss Carrie Hopkins of Big Stone City had her tonsils romoved at the Ortonville hospital Friday. Theodore Ward of Sisseton, S. D., was operated on for appendicitis Sat- urday at the local hospital. Miss Ruth Seehafer of Corona, S. D., had her tonsils removed at Evan- gelical hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Chesley accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scholberg to Minneapolis by auto Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Babcock and son Stanley of Sisseton, S. D., visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lewison and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Canby were guests of Mrs. Nellie Scholberg Sun- day. H. A. Blocker, cashier of the Far- mers & Merchants State Bank of Correll, transacted business here Wed- nesday. Dr. Geo. Dix of Aberdeen, S. D., is here attending to business mat- ters and for a two week's outing at the lake. James Heggie drove down from Be- midji to attend to business matters. He is very much pleased with his new location. ] Miss Bea Osmond returned to her] home at Sisseton, S. D., after visiting 1 for several (lays with Miss Carrie t Sanborn. I John Haney who has a gravelling] contract at Hartley, O'Brien county, 1 Iowa, transacted business in town' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Tretten, three (mugters and two sons of Grafton, Iowa, visited at the FrankYey home over Sunday. Harvey and Henry Wendt of Twin Brooks, S. D., had their tonsils re- moved at the hospital here Wednes- (ay morning. Dr. F. W. Dunn wit] return tomor- row from Davenport, Iowa and Mit- chell, S. D., where he has been for the past ten days. Miss Madge Kelly arrived today from Aberdeen, S. D., by auto to spend the balance of the season at the Peninsula. t Mr. and Mrs. A. Deiner and ffrand- daughter of Fond du lac. Wis., ar'- rived Saturday for a visit at the Frank Fey hone. Miss Hazel Birkenmeyer will leave Sunday for Minneapolis where she has a position in Corcoran School do- ing special work. Miss Anna Backstrom returned to Minneapolis Tuesday after a two months visit at the J. P. Johnson and J. F. Wein homes. Mrs. K. A. Holman and the two boys left Thm-sday morning for Mon- tevideo and Granite Falls to be gone over the-week end. M. P. Roske has leased the C. D. Fifield home which is furnished and will occupy the same during the ab- sence of the Fifields. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gannon and children returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., after a three weeks outing on the Peninsula. Mrsa $ohania Stock of Odessa was admitted as a patient at Evangelical hospital Sunday, having sustained in- juries in an auto accident. L .t 1 Dr. and Mrs. Cleve Senescall and[ little son of Veblin, S. D., spent Sun- day with the former's mother here. They made the trip by auto. M'r. R. W. Lowe and family wil leave for Windom Friday, where they will visit relatives for a few days. They will drive bown by auto. Miss Pearl Geier will leave Sunday morning for Sioux Falls, S. D., where she will teach in the kindergarden de- partment of the schools there. Mrs. B. C. Lamont gave a tea Wed- nesday afternoon at which about fourteen ladies were present, inclu- ding several out-of-town guests. Miss Lueil]e Seholberg will teach in the commercial department at Glencoe during the coming school year and will leave for there Satur- day. Mrs. M. M. Johnson gave a picnic supper at McGee's Park Tuesday eve- ning in honor of her guest Mrs. C. M. l-arnes and daughter Beth of Aber- deen. Congressman A. J. Volstead and daughter Miss Laura Volstead, reach- ed their home at Granite Falls Sun- day from Washington, D. C., for a month's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Zemple of San Diego, Calif., are guests at the Wil- liam Krueger and Frank Fey homes. Mrs. Zemple is a sister of Mrs. Krue- er and Mr. Fey. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Birkenmeye have as their guests this week Mrs. A. C. Sherman and Mrs, R. T. Keith of Marshall, Miss Bfnd and Miss Ross of Minneapolis. Mrs. Chas. Debilzan and children and Pete Skram, of Lilly S. D.. autoed over to spend a few days at the Fred Halls home, Mrs. Debilzen being a sister of Mrs. Halls. Mr. and Mrs. I,ynn Woods of Cor- tell were Ortonville visitors Tuesday. Donald Welde of Twin Brooks, S. D., had his appendix removed at Evan- gelical hospital Friday. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Holman, of Man- kato, accompanied by Miss V!rginia Lossow from New York, called on the doctor's brother. K. A. Holman and fabmily Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Miller and Mr. and Mrs, Guy Norton motored to , Marshall Saturday to attend Barnum md Bailey's Four Ring Circus. It is needless to say they had a hilarious time Casper Wiegand went to Watson by auto .this morning to get Mrs. Wieg- and who has been visiting Mrs. Henry Iverson for the past week. Mrs. Iver- son was formerly Miss Anna Johnson of this city. Mrs. J. J. Price and daughter Olive returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., Sunday after spending the sum- mer months at the Park. The Price family will leave for St. Petersburg, Fla., this fall where they will remain until next spring. , Mr. ,:d birs. H. E. Zimmer.on ]eft 5onday night f) ::an Jose, Cat- forb:a, ,where they wiq r-'ide pe,'- manently. They disposed of their residence here to a partly from Nas- sau While here, Mr. Zimmerman was in the' employ of the city as electric- ian. i . i JT_T00T TI-IIV00gI00 ! A LIBERTYBELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this city to have one oftlmse unique home safes. They will help you save yur dimes mad nicldes. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK $ohn Carlson, Prceident. C. $. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stueke, Ass't..Cashier. Opening Announcement l Our desire to give Ortonville one of the best Recreation Par- lors in this part of the state, and one that would measure up with the best, has been rewarded by the many compliments we have received of The Palace Billiard Exchange After less than two weeks of operation we are particularly pleased with the patronage that has been given" us. Our aim is to serve you in the best and most courteous way. If you have not already inspected The Palace Billiard Ex- ch ange we invite you to come in and look it over. We offer for your use three Bowling Alleys, located in the basement, and twelve Billiard and Pool Tables. Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Soft Drinks For Sale The Palace Billiard Exchange H. E. HARVEY, Manager. Ortonvilh, Minnesota. State Engineer, E. V. Willard, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burns and R.U. Herzog and Curtis Cole o Mr. Shelstad, engineer for the Min- children departed for their home at the Tracy-Shumaker Produce com- nesota River Drainage and Conser- Aberdeen Monday after spending the l pany wen to Fairmont, N. D., Mov vancy project, visited Ortonville Fri- season on the Peninsula. da. o a business ixip. day. Rev. and Mrs. Fisher of Raymond, 00mMIIIIMIlIIIIiiflMIIIIIIIMIMIImlIIHIlIlIIlIgllMIIIlillMIIMgg S. D., who spent their annual month's vacation here, returned home this  f, XT' Jl morning. They lived at the William U Ferris home while here. '- Kirk Roberts, manager of the Mat- - N  ,   t thews garage at Graceville, is here  E. . R l! this week during the absence of J _ c v | | Arthur Matthews. C00orge McDowell E " " t -- i is taking his place at Graceville. _,.-- E v ,,b";;" , -.* -: = . t co i ffi | "'" E. j[ " ----- E i g | 00urti00 00ote! !! "- 10th ST}I EET AT FOURTH AVBNLII i i Sweaters The great utility garment All styles All weights All colors $1.50 to $12.00 --At-- Grosenick'sl J II 1 I | . i , r , M MINNEAPOLIS i  The Northwest # Larezt and MostBeautifulHostwlry g All Room. at. Out.ld ad Each Room ha. Prlvat Bath . TARIFF. 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $&00 -- 325 Rooms (Private Baths Single at $2.$O--Double $3.$0 _ 200 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $3 O0--Double $4.00 --- _ Others from $4.01} to $15.00 J 00IIIIIIIIMIIIIIlllIXIIIIIIIIlllMIIitlIIIIIglIIIlmIIIIIliIMMMgMIIIllU00, I I Horse-lovers will be given a real treat this year at the horse show of the MINNESOTA STATE FAIR "September 3 to 10 I .d Ill I markdl: and they  corn- mmad a high price. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS Ortonville Minn. SBAy, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921 THE ORTOlhWILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE S @ L, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS (hon was a twin city visitor purchased the dairy Estate, and Mrs. F. M. Geier are in this week. Randall will go to St. Paul on a business trip. Sackreiter is repairing the e on his farm near Barry md Mrs, H. W. Palm are visit- at Browns Valley Thea Olson of Cyrus is visit- Harrison this week. Norby of Appleton is visit- sister Mrs. Henry Petriek. of Clinton trans- in Ortonville Monday. Lucille Wendland of Big Stone D., is a patient at the hos- H. W. Kollitz is entertaining at her home this after- Brooks and daughter Esther relatives at Faribault this Hunter was over from Mil- D., yesterday for a few Tillie Oehler of Big Stone D., is a patient at the local Selvig of Minneapolis spent': last week at the home of George Countryman of the spent the week-end at Helen Marx of Fargo is spend- Week-end at the John Hau- and Mrs. B. R. Maertz of Olivia W0eek-end guests of Dr. and Mrs. lsen. t(rier of Odessa had his ap- removed Wednesday at the D. Davis of the Peninsula is her sister from Milwau- Helen Watson of Artichoke ,'ith her friend Miss Gladys week. I tMaY McCord, night operator elephone office, is enjoying a Pomeroy of Montevideovl: the slide trombone v Orchestra. Alma Chesley will leave Fri-I rang for Duluth where she school. Cade and children accom- Cade as far as Appleton morning. Yerna Moore left ,for Inter- Falls this mornhag to teach gh school. Remund of Wilmot, S. tonsils removed Tuesday here. Peterson of Peever, her tonsils removed at the Friday. P. Roske left for Chicago to y for an indefinite Scouts broke camp Tues- Snesrud was their guest and Sunday. proprietor of Bon- Resort, was an Orton- Saturday. Scholberg will leave morning for Ely to teach school year. of Big Stone City, S. tonsils removed Saturday here returned from Du- county, where he has since April. South was a passenger Friday where she re- the week-end. Hippin of Wilmot, S. an operation for ap- Tuesday at Evangelical hos- Miss Carrie Hopkins of Big Stone City had her tonsils romoved at the Ortonville hospital Friday. Theodore Ward of Sisseton, S. D., was operated on for appendicitis Sat- urday at the local hospital. Miss Ruth Seehafer of Corona, S. D., had her tonsils removed at Evan- gelical hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Chesley accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scholberg to Minneapolis by auto Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Babcock and son Stanley of Sisseton, S. D., visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lewison and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Canby were guests of Mrs. Nellie Scholberg Sun- day. H. A. Blocker, cashier of the Far- mers & Merchants State Bank of Correll, transacted business here Wed- nesday. Dr. Geo. Dix of Aberdeen, S. D., is here attending to business mat- ters and for a two week's outing at the lake. James Heggie drove down from Be- midji to attend to business matters. He is very much pleased with his new location. ] Miss Bea Osmond returned to her] home at Sisseton, S. D., after visiting 1 for several (lays with Miss Carrie t Sanborn. I John Haney who has a gravelling] contract at Hartley, O'Brien county, 1 Iowa, transacted business in town' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Tretten, three (mugters and two sons of Grafton, Iowa, visited at the FrankYey home over Sunday. Harvey and Henry Wendt of Twin Brooks, S. D., had their tonsils re- moved at the hospital here Wednes- (ay morning. Dr. F. W. Dunn wit] return tomor- row from Davenport, Iowa and Mit- chell, S. D., where he has been for the past ten days. Miss Madge Kelly arrived today from Aberdeen, S. D., by auto to spend the balance of the season at the Peninsula. t Mr. and Mrs. A. Deiner and ffrand- daughter of Fond du lac. Wis., ar'- rived Saturday for a visit at the Frank Fey hone. Miss Hazel Birkenmeyer will leave Sunday for Minneapolis where she has a position in Corcoran School do- ing special work. Miss Anna Backstrom returned to Minneapolis Tuesday after a two months visit at the J. P. Johnson and J. F. Wein homes. Mrs. K. A. Holman and the two boys left Thm-sday morning for Mon- tevideo and Granite Falls to be gone over the-week end. M. P. Roske has leased the C. D. Fifield home which is furnished and will occupy the same during the ab- sence of the Fifields. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gannon and children returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., after a three weeks outing on the Peninsula. Mrsa $ohania Stock of Odessa was admitted as a patient at Evangelical hospital Sunday, having sustained in- juries in an auto accident. L .t 1 Dr. and Mrs. Cleve Senescall and[ little son of Veblin, S. D., spent Sun- day with the former's mother here. They made the trip by auto. M'r. R. W. Lowe and family wil leave for Windom Friday, where they will visit relatives for a few days. They will drive bown by auto. Miss Pearl Geier will leave Sunday morning for Sioux Falls, S. D., where she will teach in the kindergarden de- partment of the schools there. Mrs. B. C. Lamont gave a tea Wed- nesday afternoon at which about fourteen ladies were present, inclu- ding several out-of-town guests. Miss Lueil]e Seholberg will teach in the commercial department at Glencoe during the coming school year and will leave for there Satur- day. Mrs. M. M. Johnson gave a picnic supper at McGee's Park Tuesday eve- ning in honor of her guest Mrs. C. M. l-arnes and daughter Beth of Aber- deen. Congressman A. J. Volstead and daughter Miss Laura Volstead, reach- ed their home at Granite Falls Sun- day from Washington, D. C., for a month's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Zemple of San Diego, Calif., are guests at the Wil- liam Krueger and Frank Fey homes. Mrs. Zemple is a sister of Mrs. Krue- er and Mr. Fey. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Birkenmeye have as their guests this week Mrs. A. C. Sherman and Mrs, R. T. Keith of Marshall, Miss Bfnd and Miss Ross of Minneapolis. Mrs. Chas. Debilzan and children and Pete Skram, of Lilly S. D.. autoed over to spend a few days at the Fred Halls home, Mrs. Debilzen being a sister of Mrs. Halls. Mr. and Mrs. I,ynn Woods of Cor- tell were Ortonville visitors Tuesday. Donald Welde of Twin Brooks, S. D., had his appendix removed at Evan- gelical hospital Friday. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Holman, of Man- kato, accompanied by Miss V!rginia Lossow from New York, called on the doctor's brother. K. A. Holman and fabmily Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Miller and Mr. and Mrs, Guy Norton motored to , Marshall Saturday to attend Barnum md Bailey's Four Ring Circus. It is needless to say they had a hilarious time Casper Wiegand went to Watson by auto .this morning to get Mrs. Wieg- and who has been visiting Mrs. Henry Iverson for the past week. Mrs. Iver- son was formerly Miss Anna Johnson of this city. Mrs. J. J. Price and daughter Olive returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., Sunday after spending the sum- mer months at the Park. The Price family will leave for St. Petersburg, Fla., this fall where they will remain until next spring. , Mr. ,:d birs. H. E. Zimmer.on ]eft 5onday night f) ::an Jose, Cat- forb:a, ,where they wiq r-'ide pe,'- manently. They disposed of their residence here to a partly from Nas- sau While here, Mr. Zimmerman was in the' employ of the city as electric- ian. i . i JT_T00T TI-IIV00gI00 ! A LIBERTYBELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this city to have one oftlmse unique home safes. They will help you save yur dimes mad nicldes. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK $ohn Carlson, Prceident. C. $. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stueke, Ass't..Cashier. Opening Announcement l Our desire to give Ortonville one of the best Recreation Par- lors in this part of the state, and one that would measure up with the best, has been rewarded by the many compliments we have received of The Palace Billiard Exchange After less than two weeks of operation we are particularly pleased with the patronage that has been given" us. Our aim is to serve you in the best and most courteous way. If you have not already inspected The Palace Billiard Ex- ch ange we invite you to come in and look it over. We offer for your use three Bowling Alleys, located in the basement, and twelve Billiard and Pool Tables. Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Soft Drinks For Sale The Palace Billiard Exchange H. E. HARVEY, Manager. Ortonvilh, Minnesota. State Engineer, E. V. Willard, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burns and R.U. Herzog and Curtis Cole o Mr. Shelstad, engineer for the Min- children departed for their home at the Tracy-Shumaker Produce com- nesota River Drainage and Conser- Aberdeen Monday after spending the l pany wen to Fairmont, N. D., Mov vancy project, visited Ortonville Fri- season on the Peninsula. da. o a business ixip. day. Rev. and Mrs. Fisher of Raymond, 00mMIIIIMIlIIIIiiflMIIIIIIIMIMIImlIIHIlIlIIlIgllMIIIlillMIIMgg S. D., who spent their annual month's vacation here, returned home this  f, XT' Jl morning. They lived at the William U Ferris home while here. '- Kirk Roberts, manager of the Mat- - N  ,   t thews garage at Graceville, is here  E. . R l! this week during the absence of J _ c v | | Arthur Matthews. C00orge McDowell E " " t -- i is taking his place at Graceville. _,.-- E v ,,b";;" , -.* -: = . t co i ffi | "'" E. j[ " ----- E i g | 00urti00 00ote! !! "- 10th ST}I EET AT FOURTH AVBNLII i i Sweaters The great utility garment All styles All weights All colors $1.50 to $12.00 --At-- Grosenick'sl J II 1 I | . i , r , M MINNEAPOLIS i  The Northwest # Larezt and MostBeautifulHostwlry g All Room. at. Out.ld ad Each Room ha. Prlvat Bath . TARIFF. 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $&00 -- 325 Rooms (Private Baths Single at $2.$O--Double $3.$0 _ 200 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $3 O0--Double $4.00 --- _ Others from $4.01} to $15.00 J 00IIIIIIIIMIIIIIlllIXIIIIIIIIlllMIIitlIIIIIglIIIlmIIIIIliIMMMgMIIIllU00, I I Horse-lovers will be given a real treat this year at the horse show of the MINNESOTA STATE FAIR "September 3 to 10 I .d Ill I markdl: and they  corn- mmad a high price. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS Ortonville Minn. : Miss Crie Hopkins of Big Sto Dr. and Mrs. Clevo Senesll and[ State Engineer, E. V. Wiilard, and[ Mr. and Mrs. Clan Burns and[ R. U. Heg and Curtis Cole o , SOCIAL Cty had her tonsils rmove at the ittle son of Veblin, S, D, spent Sun- Mr, Shelstl, engineer for the Min- children departed for their home at+ m+ Truy-Shmnaker Produce com. VS ITEIS Ortonville hospital hiday day with the fever's mother here nota River Drainage and Censer+ ] Ahrd Monday after spending the l any went to Faient, N, D., M -- Theodore Ward of Sieton, S D,, They made the trip by auto. vaney projt, visited 0ttonvil]e Fro- seon on the Peninsul , da a,, a bum.e grip. Ortonwatwneiyvis w operated on for appendiefis Sat-I MY. IL W Lowe and faro  w day . I tlay urday at the local hospital. I Ive for Wind Friday, whe they Ray. and Mrs Fher of Raymond,, !lfll IflU m II flIg g mflllll 111111 RI liar mmimH mimR Re and puhased the dairy M R h S haler f S ' v via t relaves for a few days S.D. who spent their annual month's, mm'mm|mnm'Rmm"lll"mmm"m"|mnmlU"mUmmmumm m at ee o Corona, --+' , . this Libby Estate. D, had her tonsils remod at Evan- They will drive hewn by auto. vast!on here, tumed home. , i Pulis this weel Mr a d Mrs Gee Ches)e nee morning for Sioux Fails $. D. where erl.S home wnl e here. i  N E t Randall " . n y ore-, K rk Roberts manager of the Mat- ona00u +,lli00 ......... +odMra00 .......... be'bur+, .... ,,0000hlnthek .............. th ....... ..... ---- " e_?  ' P.. - o mnu*+ohs by a.to T.eay. I patm o, me hools the*.  s wk urig he +sene a J.i  X r I][B  V m kls ermr  pamng me Mr. and Mrs. Howard Babcock md Mrs, B. C. Iont gave a tea Wed Arthur Matthews. George McDowdl   C -- . - '  f ...... Barry. .... 8 ....... S ....... S. D., visited! .......... n ...... hich  ...... klngh ....... G .......... -- it" U [ I * d Mrs,H-w.Palmarevmt- friends here Saturday d Sda. [fourteen ladies we print, mdu- -- --  .  : C 0 s at Bros Valley Mr d Mrs S Lewn and dins seral outof-t guests. L . ada Harrison this wek. gts of Mrs. Nellie Scholberg Sun- [ h the ommial department at   i  'Norb_ ........ p " ....  ay ,GI .... du'ng thn ....... hole =m n  a sister Mr lenry Patrick. H, A, Blocker, cashier of the Far-!Y ear d will eave for there Satur-     L: Hogsven of Clinton trans- me & Merchants State Bank oflday: ........ . hness in Ortonvilh Manda Correl transbsd basin.s he Wed-I rs. . a. Jonpn gave a picnic Y" nesda, supper at MeGee's Pk Tesday eve-  - , is a pathmt at the has- is he attending o business mvl Barnes and daughter Beth of Abet- /  ISI$-FRLff AT FOQRTH VIgNLql f . o ]ltz is enttalnmg the lake. I Congman A. J. Volstead and //  fiends at her home this after- Jes He ie drove d w f m Be daughter Miss Laura Volstead h -- h Northwest '# Lut *fad McctB#agdHmaky "  Broobo a a g* p .g mldi to attend to business matte [ ed thelr home at Gmte Falh Sun. gg o n re . , All ge, , o,....d Bh Rm k. P.i Ihtb v rl s lation, month's vacation.  ' / - 7$ Rm (Private .ths) Single at $2.0--Doable d. hr t . Miss Ben Osmond rurned to her l Mr. and Mrs. M. HI Zemple of San '  - t25 Rma (pdvau Bathl Siagb at $2 'Doubk . , hunter was over fm Mil - ho at Sisseton, S, D. after visitingl Diego, Ca if, a guests at the Wil-  -- 20 Rm* (Private hths Sin tc at $3-Mb $250 S. D., yesterday for  few fm sevel days wlth Miss Carrie] liam Kmeger and Frank Fay home&  0tbcrifmm $4" tn$l$'0 n Mrs. Zemph is a sister of Mrs. Krue Till e Oehhr of .B,g Stone Sa b:. [g'er and Mr Fe lflillll$1flllHlJllHIHmmHflHiHili . $. O is a alia . th I al Jonn nancy Who has a grvellmg 1 .. ICaal. " p nt at e  eontrt at Hartley O'Brien county i Mr. and drs. F. M..Birkenmeye, acs hie" ],ws, transacted business in toWUl have as their guests thin week Mrs. _.. ig of Mmneapohs spent Satmda. i A, C Shaman and M. R. T. Kelth ys ]as' week at the hoe of Mr Yt d Mrs. W, Trettev. three of Mahall, Miss Br'd and Miss t Ge o daag'hte and two sons of Grafton Ross of Minneapolis, rge Countryman of th I a ' h Prank Fee home Mrs. Chin. Debilz and nhildn i a spent the week-end st ew, Vlmted at t e , . and Pete Skim, of LIIlyt S. D., autod eea. over Sunday , q er to end a few days at th 1 .... ' .......... l ..... Wendt f ' ......... I ................... being Sweaters :h e weekea(xaf Fhaet'espndu% Brook ....... had th ............ Fred ' ho e , .." raymVedmoling .at the hospital h Wedne_ ' a JSrMr. andf MI.Mr HallS+Lynn Woods of Era-,  | . - , --'':eR:'la'ertzofOa TM1 ),r F W D ......... n .... ............................ esda. . ann rs. row from Davenport owa an M]t* Donald Wdde of Twin Bnks, S D,  __ '1  ...... hell  " ,,h.ro ha.+ . ,or tho had h, a.o+ .........  a Eva. The great : r of Odessa n n,s ap- past en da . elJea] hospital Friday, Wednosday at the Ma y ta,. Mss  K. y a+e, tod.y  a. Mr. c   ...... , f Me. Umtty garment o D ....... 'from Aberdn, S. D. by auto to ,ate accompanied by bliss V!rglnm ............ ?'a ......... e  .................................. " .............. All styles i + - the Peninsak lhe doctor's brether, K. A Holman He .................... Mr. and Mrs, A, Deir and mndl and fltmily Friday of last wk. a All we.s-.s;"h* Miss Glad s daughter of Fond du l, Wts., at-, Mr and Mrs. Phllhp blll]r nd Y' Fran krlved/ Saturday for g vifit at the Mars/a, [Mr" and Mrs' G"Y Norton mtred to All colors McCord, night operator Fey hom, t Saturday to attend Barnum Miss Hel Birkemeyer will leave and Bailey's Four Ring Circus ]t is Sunday for M nneapdis where she I neeq e to say they ha a har ous .............. o ....................... $1 50 to $12 00 ing speeh[ work+ i Casper Wiegad went to Watqnn by * Miss Anna Bksm tured to I auto .this ing to get Mrs. Wieg- Montevideo slide tmbone with a Chesley wil) leave Fi fr Duluth wherh school. Code and children am: as ar as Apletu 'e left nr Inter. morni( to eh ,S, Mhineapoli Tudmy after a twol and who hma been visiting Mrs, Henry mnaths visit at the 3 P. Johsen andl Tversnn for the past week. Mrs. Iver- J. F. Wain homes, son was formerly Miss Anna Johnson Mrs. K, A ttolma and the two of this eity. tevided and Granite Falls to be gone ttumed to their home at Aberdeen, boys eft Thursday mm'ning for Men- Mrs+ J. J. prier d daughter Olive over the-week end. I S. D, Sunday after pending the sum- M. P. Rnske has leased the C. D u,er mn:lths at the Park. The P I Fifleld home which is furnished and family will leave for St, Petersburg, will occupy the same during the ah Flu. this fal where they will remdr senee of the Fifle)ds until next spring Mr. and Mrs. Fd Cannon ann xl ;,,c; M. H E, Zimmera- children returned to heir home al loft ouday night f,-:',, ,hse, Ca,. Aberde. 8. D.. after a three wk rnrL,:a.,'here the .v; ride pc,, outing on the Peninsul mently. They disposed of men Mrs ktam Stock of Odes wa taiden here to a polly from Nas. pat at Evangelic1 sou While here, Mr. Zimmerman Wm hospital Sunday, having sushdned In- in the'eraplay of the city  eleetr m auto accident , i m JUST THINKr! -rAt lqorse-lovers will be given a real treat this year a the horse show of the " "'JrosenlcK's MINNESOTA STATE FAIR *September 3 to I0 I RSTER IF E ny comph'monts we have . The Palac *= "- "-'--e Billiard Exchang ":'':-- ------e " After less than two weeks of operation we are particularly pleased with the patronage that has been given' us. Our aim is to serve you in the hest and most courteous way. If you have not already inspected The Palace Billiard Ex- change we invite you to come in and look it over. We offer for your use three Bowling Alleys, located in the basement, and twelve Billiard and Pool Tables. Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Soft Drinl For Sale The Palace Billiard Exchange H. E. HARVEY, Manager. 0rtonvlik, Minnesota. _4 " Mhat mr  two, thee fr y=re ue ar mgedy qht. Them am fvw of therein tSe mm-k sal the-  me mad a hlSb pdc. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS Ortonvllle Mimh SBAy, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921 THE ORTOlhWILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE S @ L, SOCIAL AND NEWS ITEMS (hon was a twin city visitor purchased the dairy Estate, and Mrs. F. M. Geier are in this week. Randall will go to St. Paul on a business trip. Sackreiter is repairing the e on his farm near Barry md Mrs, H. W. Palm are visit- at Browns Valley Thea Olson of Cyrus is visit- Harrison this week. Norby of Appleton is visit- sister Mrs. Henry Petriek. of Clinton trans- in Ortonville Monday. Lucille Wendland of Big Stone D., is a patient at the hos- H. W. Kollitz is entertaining at her home this after- Brooks and daughter Esther relatives at Faribault this Hunter was over from Mil- D., yesterday for a few Tillie Oehler of Big Stone D., is a patient at the local Selvig of Minneapolis spent': last week at the home of George Countryman of the spent the week-end at Helen Marx of Fargo is spend- Week-end at the John Hau- and Mrs. B. R. Maertz of Olivia W0eek-end guests of Dr. and Mrs. lsen. t(rier of Odessa had his ap- removed Wednesday at the D. Davis of the Peninsula is her sister from Milwau- Helen Watson of Artichoke ,'ith her friend Miss Gladys week. I tMaY McCord, night operator elephone office, is enjoying a Pomeroy of Montevideovl: the slide trombone v Orchestra. Alma Chesley will leave Fri-I rang for Duluth where she school. Cade and children accom- Cade as far as Appleton morning. Yerna Moore left ,for Inter- Falls this mornhag to teach gh school. Remund of Wilmot, S. tonsils removed Tuesday here. Peterson of Peever, her tonsils removed at the Friday. P. Roske left for Chicago to y for an indefinite Scouts broke camp Tues- Snesrud was their guest and Sunday. proprietor of Bon- Resort, was an Orton- Saturday. Scholberg will leave morning for Ely to teach school year. of Big Stone City, S. tonsils removed Saturday here returned from Du- county, where he has since April. South was a passenger Friday where she re- the week-end. Hippin of Wilmot, S. an operation for ap- Tuesday at Evangelical hos- Miss Carrie Hopkins of Big Stone City had her tonsils romoved at the Ortonville hospital Friday. Theodore Ward of Sisseton, S. D., was operated on for appendicitis Sat- urday at the local hospital. Miss Ruth Seehafer of Corona, S. D., had her tonsils removed at Evan- gelical hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Chesley accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Peter Scholberg to Minneapolis by auto Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Babcock and son Stanley of Sisseton, S. D., visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lewison and Mr. and Mrs. Johnson of Canby were guests of Mrs. Nellie Scholberg Sun- day. H. A. Blocker, cashier of the Far- mers & Merchants State Bank of Correll, transacted business here Wed- nesday. Dr. Geo. Dix of Aberdeen, S. D., is here attending to business mat- ters and for a two week's outing at the lake. James Heggie drove down from Be- midji to attend to business matters. He is very much pleased with his new location. ] Miss Bea Osmond returned to her] home at Sisseton, S. D., after visiting 1 for several (lays with Miss Carrie t Sanborn. I John Haney who has a gravelling] contract at Hartley, O'Brien county, 1 Iowa, transacted business in town' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Tretten, three (mugters and two sons of Grafton, Iowa, visited at the FrankYey home over Sunday. Harvey and Henry Wendt of Twin Brooks, S. D., had their tonsils re- moved at the hospital here Wednes- (ay morning. Dr. F. W. Dunn wit] return tomor- row from Davenport, Iowa and Mit- chell, S. D., where he has been for the past ten days. Miss Madge Kelly arrived today from Aberdeen, S. D., by auto to spend the balance of the season at the Peninsula. t Mr. and Mrs. A. Deiner and ffrand- daughter of Fond du lac. Wis., ar'- rived Saturday for a visit at the Frank Fey hone. Miss Hazel Birkenmeyer will leave Sunday for Minneapolis where she has a position in Corcoran School do- ing special work. Miss Anna Backstrom returned to Minneapolis Tuesday after a two months visit at the J. P. Johnson and J. F. Wein homes. Mrs. K. A. Holman and the two boys left Thm-sday morning for Mon- tevideo and Granite Falls to be gone over the-week end. M. P. Roske has leased the C. D. Fifield home which is furnished and will occupy the same during the ab- sence of the Fifields. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gannon and children returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., after a three weeks outing on the Peninsula. Mrsa $ohania Stock of Odessa was admitted as a patient at Evangelical hospital Sunday, having sustained in- juries in an auto accident. L .t 1 Dr. and Mrs. Cleve Senescall and[ little son of Veblin, S. D., spent Sun- day with the former's mother here. They made the trip by auto. M'r. R. W. Lowe and family wil leave for Windom Friday, where they will visit relatives for a few days. They will drive bown by auto. Miss Pearl Geier will leave Sunday morning for Sioux Falls, S. D., where she will teach in the kindergarden de- partment of the schools there. Mrs. B. C. Lamont gave a tea Wed- nesday afternoon at which about fourteen ladies were present, inclu- ding several out-of-town guests. Miss Lueil]e Seholberg will teach in the commercial department at Glencoe during the coming school year and will leave for there Satur- day. Mrs. M. M. Johnson gave a picnic supper at McGee's Park Tuesday eve- ning in honor of her guest Mrs. C. M. l-arnes and daughter Beth of Aber- deen. Congressman A. J. Volstead and daughter Miss Laura Volstead, reach- ed their home at Granite Falls Sun- day from Washington, D. C., for a month's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Zemple of San Diego, Calif., are guests at the Wil- liam Krueger and Frank Fey homes. Mrs. Zemple is a sister of Mrs. Krue- er and Mr. Fey. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Birkenmeye have as their guests this week Mrs. A. C. Sherman and Mrs, R. T. Keith of Marshall, Miss Bfnd and Miss Ross of Minneapolis. Mrs. Chas. Debilzan and children and Pete Skram, of Lilly S. D.. autoed over to spend a few days at the Fred Halls home, Mrs. Debilzen being a sister of Mrs. Halls. Mr. and Mrs. I,ynn Woods of Cor- tell were Ortonville visitors Tuesday. Donald Welde of Twin Brooks, S. D., had his appendix removed at Evan- gelical hospital Friday. Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Holman, of Man- kato, accompanied by Miss V!rginia Lossow from New York, called on the doctor's brother. K. A. Holman and fabmily Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Miller and Mr. and Mrs, Guy Norton motored to , Marshall Saturday to attend Barnum md Bailey's Four Ring Circus. It is needless to say they had a hilarious time Casper Wiegand went to Watson by auto .this morning to get Mrs. Wieg- and who has been visiting Mrs. Henry Iverson for the past week. Mrs. Iver- son was formerly Miss Anna Johnson of this city. Mrs. J. J. Price and daughter Olive returned to their home at Aberdeen, S. D., Sunday after spending the sum- mer months at the Park. The Price family will leave for St. Petersburg, Fla., this fall where they will remain until next spring. , Mr. ,:d birs. H. E. Zimmer.on ]eft 5onday night f) ::an Jose, Cat- forb:a, ,where they wiq r-'ide pe,'- manently. They disposed of their residence here to a partly from Nas- sau While here, Mr. Zimmerman was in the' employ of the city as electric- ian. i . i JT_T00T TI-IIV00gI00 ! A LIBERTYBELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this city to have one oftlmse unique home safes. They will help you save yur dimes mad nicldes. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK $ohn Carlson, Prceident. C. $. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stueke, Ass't..Cashier. Opening Announcement l Our desire to give Ortonville one of the best Recreation Par- lors in this part of the state, and one that would measure up with the best, has been rewarded by the many compliments we have received of The Palace Billiard Exchange After less than two weeks of operation we are particularly pleased with the patronage that has been given" us. Our aim is to serve you in the best and most courteous way. If you have not already inspected The Palace Billiard Ex- ch ange we invite you to come in and look it over. We offer for your use three Bowling Alleys, located in the basement, and twelve Billiard and Pool Tables. Cigars, Tobacco, Candy, and Soft Drinks For Sale The Palace Billiard Exchange H. E. HARVEY, Manager. Ortonvilh, Minnesota. State Engineer, E. V. Willard, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burns and R.U. Herzog and Curtis Cole o Mr. Shelstad, engineer for the Min- children departed for their home at the Tracy-Shumaker Produce com- nesota River Drainage and Conser- Aberdeen Monday after spending the l pany wen to Fairmont, N. D., Mov vancy project, visited Ortonville Fri- season on the Peninsula. da. o a business ixip. day. Rev. and Mrs. Fisher of Raymond, 00mMIIIIMIlIIIIiiflMIIIIIIIMIMIImlIIHIlIlIIlIgllMIIIlillMIIMgg S. D., who spent their annual month's vacation here, returned home this  f, XT' Jl morning. They lived at the William U Ferris home while here. '- Kirk Roberts, manager of the Mat- - N  ,   t thews garage at Graceville, is here  E. . R l! this week during the absence of J _ c v | | Arthur Matthews. C00orge McDowell E " " t -- i is taking his place at Graceville. _,.-- E v ,,b";;" , -.* -: = . t co i ffi | "'" E. j[ " ----- E i g | 00urti00 00ote! !! "- 10th ST}I EET AT FOURTH AVBNLII i i Sweaters The great utility garment All styles All weights All colors $1.50 to $12.00 --At-- Grosenick'sl J II 1 I | . i , r , M MINNEAPOLIS i  The Northwest # Larezt and MostBeautifulHostwlry g All Room. at. Out.ld ad Each Room ha. Prlvat Bath . TARIFF. 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $&00 -- 325 Rooms (Private Baths Single at $2.$O--Double $3.$0 _ 200 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $3 O0--Double $4.00 --- _ Others from $4.01} to $15.00 J 00IIIIIIIIMIIIIIlllIXIIIIIIIIlllMIIitlIIIIIglIIIlmIIIIIliIMMMgMIIIllU00, I I Horse-lovers will be given a real treat this year at the horse show of the MINNESOTA STATE FAIR "September 3 to 10 I .d Ill I markdl: and they  corn- mmad a high price. ALVAH I. MATTHEWS Ortonville Minn.