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SEPTEMBER 1, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i t PAGE  Farmers Corner :OTED ESPECIALLY TO THE ACTIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER&apos;S CLUBS. The Dates For l First Picric Acid Car "U" Dairy Courses! Shipped to Minnesota have already been set for H.H. Barrows, acting chief of the series of dairy short division of agricultural eagineering, LAMBS SHARE IN Make Hens Work for Food. " PRICE DISCOUNTS f; st Natives Down Around $7.--Cmt- tie Prices Boosted Around 25c ; By Lighter Receipts. .'donday's Closing-- Cttle 4,900. Market,mostly 25c higher. Calves 500, Market steady. Packer top $9.00. Hogs 2,800. Market dull, about steady Sheep 10,000. Lambs 50c to 75c lower, native top $7.00. Choice light ewes $3.50. All scratch feed or whole grain should be scattered in the litter, say specialists of the U. S. Departanent of Agriculture. Hens like to work for their living. Troughs or hoppers should be used for dry mash. They keep this feed always accessible. Noon is the time to provide fresh, unfrozen green food. It aids digestion. --Ladies' Bloomers, Flesh Crepe, 63c. Tyler's Variety Store. mYou always had a good time at the Whetstone Valley Fair. Come We will pay the following [it / prices for junk: ] I Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton [[ Copper and heavy Brass,4c to k ] per pound. [ Old Rags, cent per pound. ][{ Old Rubbers and Tires, cent [[] to 1 cent per pound. ]]] Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, []t Belting and Hose carried in tl[ stock. Acetylene Welding. [ The Ortonville Foundry t[I W. F, MULLICA, Prop. Phone 23 I]l qi ' | , L , --Your chance to take an aeroplane ride at the Big Fair at Wheaton Sep- tember 14, 15, 16, 17. Something go- itg on every minute. Fast auto races, harness and running races and free Band and Singing concerts. Four full days and evenings of Education, Sport and Amusement. A widower ordered a headstone for his wife's grave. The iKscription con- ' the season of 1921-22 by bureau of public roads, Washington, South St. Paul, Minn., August 29, again this year. Better than before. men at University advanced creamer), opera- course will be given from 14 to 26; ice cream plant November 28 to December operators, December 5 operators (beginners) cluded with: "Lord she was thine." When it was finished it was found that the stone-cutter did not have'. room on the stone for the "e" in "thine." , , ,m i t ::;low so far, but he says the contrac- 1 Black Cot(, age 2 years, to February 11; cheese February 13 to Mar. toperation by the first of September annual conference of cream-t md that things will soon move fast- of the state will be or. The University of Minnesota's Farmers' and Home- Week at University Farm. For Farmers' Companies :he convenience of those inter- systems of records for far- fire insurance com- U. S. Department of Agri- the office of farm man- and farm economics, will sup- charge, printer's copy of necessary. In so far permit, the Office of and Farm Eco- also requested i,n connec- the adoption and insta!la- system reconmended by ,500 farmers' mutual fire in- or more than of the total number of are re]ative'/y concerns. In these lo- the secretaries, who al- general managers, almost the records of their COmpanies without the aid bookkeepers or accoun- one man is at the secretary, general ntan- per, the emphasis is very properly placed good reputation, i knowledge of farm than upon technical of bookkeeping. It is not therefore that the forms for keeping recoffds now in se companies are frequent- U. C., has advised engineers at Uni- V32]: Lambs came in for their share i Professional and ' 1 versity Farm that picric acid order c,f the general price reduction which No. 1, wh,ch ,s a M,.nnesota. sh,p- ias taken place in all other livestock, ! Business Directory .nenL nas oeen mien and that the ex-  ....... ;+ ,,I,- +1. ....  .... ......  . , }'osive is now on its way to destna- 50c to 75c at the week's opening. c. E. SIGLOH I I on Cartrntgmg has been rather . ;' " " Bulk of the good native lambs sold at ' low o far, but he says the contrac-.7nn antlaudnCrd'bol)in]edf'a  [Or[ ELECTRIC ! to1 expects to have h,s machinery in I " " " " $7.65, seconds out of the native lambs SERVICE oieatmn bv the first of September t  " " : . "  sold at $7.00, one load of choice Da- ING nd that things fll soon move fast ),  t  . ' " " k(as g,.05, sections out of the natives Phone 284-L 1 er The University of Minnesota's 3 00 to 3 50 Medium and li ht I " $ ' $ " " g I _Ortonville, Minn.] ,crm ac,d campaign has reeewed x ,, P" " ' e eo sold mostly around $3.00, with a ? much favorable comment from the few up to $3.50 and heavies down at [ Washington bureau and other agen- $2 00 'Bucks went at $1.00 per cwt.  JOE BAYER & SON | " n ' " " * te mtere.ted The governme t s l: .s s . Generally hght receipts toned up II : Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. [ Nexus I otter quotes a Minnesota pos - " .... " . - the trade in cattle the market being i All kinds of cleaning and pressing] I tel- as follows: "There is no money mostly 25c hiher. The run was all ia this fo anyone but the fmmer"l " f " " " " " ras: cattle, bulk of the beef steers  , neatly done. [ l I Suits Made to Order. 1 selling from $5.00 to $6.25 with the l'he Personal Property Listed Below Will Be Offered At Public Auction @ 'iOrtville Minn." [ Planting of Fall Rye best load lot at $6.75 and a few head i ' / Controls Sow Thistle t up to $7.00. A few heifers sold at the Fred Wiley Farm, located 10Vz miles northeast of Or(on. t / i around $6.00 with a few aged cows! ville and I0 miles southeast of Clinton on JOHN SPANYERS 1 I  I around $5 00 and the bulk of the but-i / The Perennial Sow Thistle i a mos , " " ......... [1[ 1113 rk t-r   T   | /| ] Light Hauling of all Kinds [ i .... " " [el]el" She S[OCK IrOln I, ne la$er price semous.growm' m, declares Stateidow n to $3.00. Canners and cutters -- 00epte ]Weed Inspector, C. P. Bull, in a. le- ar quotable from $1.50 to $2.75 with WL.IL.A mDer/tfl / Express and Baggage t | (r just. :. receive(, .... and the methods, or]. ;very iew ............ canners uemw .uu m:- "'* SALE COMMEN('ES AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M. ITelephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. / f "omoacmg tnlg menace o iarmmg s dax" trade Bolo'na bu Is sohI fom tionatitled to the most seriousconsdera-l...,2"50 ..... to $3b0 Veal calves $150 1 Tea ?-liHyDules. age 11 aHORSES'12nd ,, 11 HH:Y StucCk:r ]T * ." . . . above last Monday, best lights to - "2 "" " ' " "" , PAUL DIRNBAUER m wen,v vears that this thistle has ...... ^2 .  k - wt. 500. 1 Jolm Deere Manure Spreader . n. . ,,. -,.- ...... , . _ . I packers ocmy .'.oo, secontls o.ou o n wt I Brick Layer anu rmsterer ,.act tree (nsrmumn t nas oecomelo .... "- x- f^-" .... , _. ,. r. i Team Mule.:, age 10 a d 8, . 3 Gang Plows, 14-inch , " ...... , . .  _ V,).uv. nea'y t-:t:uels bopp#, a ,.,o 'or(,v estamsne(t m au o tne e today bulk m5 50 to 6 25 Best 2500. 3 Wide-tire Wn'ons with Rack I Stone Mason and All Kinds of I  ver ". Valley. counties and. can. be. .:tok'e,s' brot'$'5 75. , bulk" $zk -r..  I Team Jack Muh% age 6 and 7, wt. I Whle-tire Wagon with Grain "rank [ Cement Work [ 'und m every other county in Mmne-[ .... 2500. 2 Disc Harrows ' ', " ; ;LD. / ,a, western Wsconsin, northern I tioga opened (lull and about steady, l Sor,'el Driving Horse, age , year,. 1 26-foot Boss Harrow |Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. 1 ,,/.va and eastern South Dakota, ac-' rm,.e $6 75 to -9 25 bulk $7 00 to 1 Team Black Geldings, age 5 and 6, 1 Letz Feed Grinder No. 9 $ .... i(:ordmg to the letter. At least two . .- .__a .;oo eu n +, R na wt. 3,000. 1 Large Feed Mill, 12-inch Lurr PETO N e. cO N patches have been located in Big I''''' __v'  .............. I Black Mare, ae 9, wt. 1,500. 1 Cushman Gas Engine, 4 h p .z,.  Stone county up to the present time. t Give Chicks Skimmiik. 1 Black Mare, ae 3 years, 't.v 1,400. I International Gas Engine, 6 h.p. Dray Line The letter follows:  Skimmilk is considered by special- 1 Corn Sheller ists of the U. S. Department of Agri- culture very desirable for chicks (lur- ing the first week. In order to insure that all chicks get the milk it is ad- visable to dip the chick's beak in milk before it gets any other food. (This can best be done when re]noving chicks from the incubator.) Give milk to drink as long as it is available. A special need, of a large A few facts have been established these companies, there-' l'at point to control. Two, at this a system of records whichltime' are of especial interest and are the necessary inforanation : recmmended to farmers as a partial as the nature of the[ "elief" These are the seeding down Permits. i to grasses, clovers and alfalfa and suggested in Bulletin Lhe planting of fall rye. Rye starts hy the United States early in the spring and is on its way of Agriculture, while lbefore the thistles get started. It is to all assessment mutuals,  ':he one grain crop that can cope with with a special view l the thistles and at the same time give the needs of the numerou ' return for labor incurred. mutual fire insurance; The Minnesota No. 2 Rye first, the s. i R(,sen Rye and Wisconsin Pedigreed .... :Rye second, are the best varieties to elpIs Given i ,:e. " However, even well graded com- s of Marketing ,,on ye is better than wheat, oats :or barley on thistle infested land. 200 demonstrations of ap- of preparing farm market were made and 700 lectures on tie pack- handling, storage, and products were given in Seal year by specialists of of Markets, United States of Agriculture. as to the most success- for marketing sweet po- given to producers and most of the Southern in the far Western states. alone plans and specifica- potato houses were to the erection of of states the" field state agencies, were in- in bringing about the of Federal standards for and containers. In all was given to the agents in soling problems. \\; "Flying Fox." See the Dare-Devil "Flying WOrld's mort daring aerial the Big Fair at Wheaton. of fun and amusement and evening. So serious has beeom the Sow Thistle, Canada Thistle and other noxious weed pests, that Minnesota t,sse a noxious weed law--Chapter :;20, General Laws for 1921, for the beginning of their control. Thus far, only a beginning has been made. Over 100 local inspectors have been appointed and are working, princi ally in the northwestern part of the state. each 48c. Auto Repairing and Good Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfies the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. VIPOND AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonville Minn.. You Don't Know" says the Good Judge a little of Tobacco will last. or how much "gen- chewing .fiffac. full, rich real taste will ve. iii man who uses will tell you that class of tobacco give more sati8fac- at less cost-- ordinary kind. Pt u# in two sls LIT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco --Bandeau Flesh, sizes 34 to 42 Ty!er's Variety Store. Dima-Light Auto Headlight Dimmer Meets the requirements of Chapter 472, Laws of the State of Minnesota, and Stringent Municipal Regulations. Price'$1.25 Per Pair Herman Me|inat ODESSA, MINNESOTA 1 Wood Saw, 24-inch Blade Big Stone Lake Ice 40--HEAD CATTLE--40 ]0 Milk Cows, coming fresh in De- cember and January. 30 Head Young Stock, Heifers, Steers and Calves. 1 Registered Shorthoru Bull. HOGS 4 Spring Pigs. MACHINERY 1 Minnesota 8-foot Binder 1 McCormick 8-foot Binder 1 Deering Corn Binder 1 Independent Double Disc Drill. 1 Van Brunt Single Disk Drill 1 International Corn Planter & wire 1 John Deere Two-row Corn .Plow 2 Emerson Single Row Corn Plows ] Minnesota Mower 1 Deering Hay Rake 1 l,arge Bob Sled I Set IAght Bobs 1 DeLaval Cream Separator 5 Sets Work Harness I Set Buggy Harness 1 Surry 1 Top Buggy This machinery is nearly all new and in first class shape. THRESHING MACHINE. Avery Threshing Machine, 30 h. p. Steam En'ine, 42-70 Separator all complete and in good shape with two new water tanks. About 40 acres Corn in field 30 Ton Timothy Hay in Stack 40 To,, Wild Hay. Household Goods and Tools of all kinds. FREE LUNCH AT NOON; ALSO REFERSHMENTS IN THE AFTERNOON TERMS--All sums under $I0.00 cash. Over that amount time will be iven until October 1, 1922 on good Bankable paper drawing ,R or cent interest. All articles must be settled for before removal from premises. FREE* WILEY ESTATE Col Wm. Wellendorf, Auctioneer. Citizens National Bank, Clerk. CLEVELAND SiX g 5 September 1920 August 1921 $1645 $1295 with cord tires with cord tires The New Price Sets It Apart From Competition The Cleveland holds a distinctive place among light cars by the constant, better service it renders to its owners. On city boulevards or country roads, the Cleve- land performs as few cars pedorm. Its highly refined overhead-valve motor, found under the hood of no other car, is alive with power that smiles at long hills and welcomes a request for speed. Power, too, that throttles down to a creeping pace in crowded traffic and answers to the first touch of the throttle to "get away." We would be glad to have you compare it with any car for ease of handling, comfort in riding on smooth roads and rough roads, and genuine excellence in its construction throughout. No Other Car In Its Class At Such a Low Price Tog CAr-(]give ) $1255 " Roadstm. (Three Plss) $I ttt (lrlve ) $2295 Coupe (Four Passengers) . gl ][N'ie f. O. b. Cleveland Big Four-inch Cord Tires Standard Equipmem VANCURA AUTO CO. or A. S. HALLS ORTONVILL, MINN. A COMPANY CIXVELAND, OHIO Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. Kodak PRINTIN ENLARGIIG Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Pritm. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block uhill fro.w Gunderson't Drug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) i' Ortonville, F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Minnesota FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. PHONE 265 All Orders Given Prompt Attention A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray Spinographieal" Laboratory 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg, Col. Wm. Wellendorf AUC'q['IOIEER 30 years' experience. No zng on your property. write me early and get i on n early date. Ortonville. lnnemta J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING i PHONES--Rce- 194 Femlm-e Store - M All Work Guarsmteed Ortonvflle, Mlmta. WILL FINCH Exlr-ied Pait Phone |$-L All Work Gimnmteed You: Need Printing We Do Printing SEPTEMBER 1, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i t PAGE  Farmers Corner :OTED ESPECIALLY TO THE ACTIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. The Dates For l First Picric Acid Car "U" Dairy Courses! Shipped to Minnesota have already been set for H.H. Barrows, acting chief of the series of dairy short division of agricultural eagineering, LAMBS SHARE IN Make Hens Work for Food. " PRICE DISCOUNTS f; st Natives Down Around $7.--Cmt- tie Prices Boosted Around 25c ; By Lighter Receipts. .'donday's Closing-- Cttle 4,900. Market,mostly 25c higher. Calves 500, Market steady. Packer top $9.00. Hogs 2,800. Market dull, about steady Sheep 10,000. Lambs 50c to 75c lower, native top $7.00. Choice light ewes $3.50. All scratch feed or whole grain should be scattered in the litter, say specialists of the U. S. Departanent of Agriculture. Hens like to work for their living. Troughs or hoppers should be used for dry mash. They keep this feed always accessible. Noon is the time to provide fresh, unfrozen green food. It aids digestion. --Ladies' Bloomers, Flesh Crepe, 63c. Tyler's Variety Store. mYou always had a good time at the Whetstone Valley Fair. Come We will pay the following [it / prices for junk: ] I Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton [[ Copper and heavy Brass,4c to k ] per pound. [ Old Rags, cent per pound. ][{ Old Rubbers and Tires, cent [[] to 1 cent per pound. ]]] Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, []t Belting and Hose carried in tl[ stock. Acetylene Welding. [ The Ortonville Foundry t[I W. F, MULLICA, Prop. Phone 23 I]l qi ' | , L , --Your chance to take an aeroplane ride at the Big Fair at Wheaton Sep- tember 14, 15, 16, 17. Something go- itg on every minute. Fast auto races, harness and running races and free Band and Singing concerts. Four full days and evenings of Education, Sport and Amusement. A widower ordered a headstone for his wife's grave. The iKscription con- ' the season of 1921-22 by bureau of public roads, Washington, South St. Paul, Minn., August 29, again this year. Better than before. men at University advanced creamer), opera- course will be given from 14 to 26; ice cream plant November 28 to December operators, December 5 operators (beginners) cluded with: "Lord she was thine." When it was finished it was found that the stone-cutter did not have'. room on the stone for the "e" in "thine." , , ,m i t ::;low so far, but he says the contrac- 1 Black Cot(, age 2 years, to February 11; cheese February 13 to Mar. toperation by the first of September annual conference of cream-t md that things will soon move fast- of the state will be or. The University of Minnesota's Farmers' and Home- Week at University Farm. For Farmers' Companies :he convenience of those inter- systems of records for far- fire insurance com- U. S. Department of Agri- the office of farm man- and farm economics, will sup- charge, printer's copy of necessary. In so far permit, the Office of and Farm Eco- also requested i,n connec- the adoption and insta!la- system reconmended by ,500 farmers' mutual fire in- or more than of the total number of are re]ative'/y concerns. In these lo- the secretaries, who al- general managers, almost the records of their COmpanies without the aid bookkeepers or accoun- one man is at the secretary, general ntan- per, the emphasis is very properly placed good reputation, i knowledge of farm than upon technical of bookkeeping. It is not therefore that the forms for keeping recoffds now in se companies are frequent- U. C., has advised engineers at Uni- V32]: Lambs came in for their share i Professional and ' 1 versity Farm that picric acid order c,f the general price reduction which No. 1, wh,ch ,s a M,.nnesota. sh,p- ias taken place in all other livestock, ! Business Directory .nenL nas oeen mien and that the ex-  ....... ;+ ,,I,- +1. ....  .... ......  . , }'osive is now on its way to destna- 50c to 75c at the week's opening. c. E. SIGLOH I I on Cartrntgmg has been rather . ;' " " Bulk of the good native lambs sold at ' low o far, but he says the contrac-.7nn antlaudnCrd'bol)in]edf'a  [Or[ ELECTRIC ! to1 expects to have h,s machinery in I " " " " $7.65, seconds out of the native lambs SERVICE oieatmn bv the first of September t  " " : . "  sold at $7.00, one load of choice Da- ING nd that things fll soon move fast ),  t  . ' " " k(as g,.05, sections out of the natives Phone 284-L 1 er The University of Minnesota's 3 00 to 3 50 Medium and li ht I " $ ' $ " " g I _Ortonville, Minn.] ,crm ac,d campaign has reeewed x ,, P" " ' e eo sold mostly around $3.00, with a ? much favorable comment from the few up to $3.50 and heavies down at [ Washington bureau and other agen- $2 00 'Bucks went at $1.00 per cwt.  JOE BAYER & SON | " n ' " " * te mtere.ted The governme t s l: .s s . Generally hght receipts toned up II : Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. [ Nexus I otter quotes a Minnesota pos - " .... " . - the trade in cattle the market being i All kinds of cleaning and pressing] I tel- as follows: "There is no money mostly 25c hiher. The run was all ia this fo anyone but the fmmer"l " f " " " " " ras: cattle, bulk of the beef steers  , neatly done. [ l I Suits Made to Order. 1 selling from $5.00 to $6.25 with the l'he Personal Property Listed Below Will Be Offered At Public Auction @ 'iOrtville Minn." [ Planting of Fall Rye best load lot at $6.75 and a few head i ' / Controls Sow Thistle t up to $7.00. A few heifers sold at the Fred Wiley Farm, located 10Vz miles northeast of Or(on. t / i around $6.00 with a few aged cows! ville and I0 miles southeast of Clinton on JOHN SPANYERS 1 I  I around $5 00 and the bulk of the but-i / The Perennial Sow Thistle i a mos , " " ......... [1[ 1113 rk t-r   T   | /| ] Light Hauling of all Kinds [ i .... " " [el]el" She S[OCK IrOln I, ne la$er price semous.growm' m, declares Stateidow n to $3.00. Canners and cutters -- 00epte ]Weed Inspector, C. P. Bull, in a. le- ar quotable from $1.50 to $2.75 with WL.IL.A mDer/tfl / Express and Baggage t | (r just. :. receive(, .... and the methods, or]. ;very iew ............ canners uemw .uu m:- "'* SALE COMMEN('ES AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M. ITelephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. / f "omoacmg tnlg menace o iarmmg s dax" trade Bolo'na bu Is sohI fom tionatitled to the most seriousconsdera-l...,2"50 ..... to $3b0 Veal calves $150 1 Tea ?-liHyDules. age 11 aHORSES'12nd ,, 11 HH:Y StucCk:r ]T * ." . . . above last Monday, best lights to - "2 "" " ' " "" , PAUL DIRNBAUER m wen,v vears that this thistle has ...... ^2 .  k - wt. 500. 1 Jolm Deere Manure Spreader . n. . ,,. -,.- ...... , . _ . I packers ocmy .'.oo, secontls o.ou o n wt I Brick Layer anu rmsterer ,.act tree (nsrmumn t nas oecomelo .... "- x- f^-" .... , _. ,. r. i Team Mule.:, age 10 a d 8, . 3 Gang Plows, 14-inch , " ...... , . .  _ V,).uv. nea'y t-:t:uels bopp#, a ,.,o 'or(,v estamsne(t m au o tne e today bulk m5 50 to 6 25 Best 2500. 3 Wide-tire Wn'ons with Rack I Stone Mason and All Kinds of I  ver ". Valley. counties and. can. be. .:tok'e,s' brot'$'5 75. , bulk" $zk -r..  I Team Jack Muh% age 6 and 7, wt. I Whle-tire Wagon with Grain "rank [ Cement Work [ 'und m every other county in Mmne-[ .... 2500. 2 Disc Harrows ' ', " ; ;LD. / ,a, western Wsconsin, northern I tioga opened (lull and about steady, l Sor,'el Driving Horse, age , year,. 1 26-foot Boss Harrow |Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. 1 ,,/.va and eastern South Dakota, ac-' rm,.e $6 75 to -9 25 bulk $7 00 to 1 Team Black Geldings, age 5 and 6, 1 Letz Feed Grinder No. 9 $ .... i(:ordmg to the letter. At least two . .- .__a .;oo eu n +, R na wt. 3,000. 1 Large Feed Mill, 12-inch Lurr PETO N e. cO N patches have been located in Big I''''' __v'  .............. I Black Mare, ae 9, wt. 1,500. 1 Cushman Gas Engine, 4 h p .z,.  Stone county up to the present time. t Give Chicks Skimmiik. 1 Black Mare, ae 3 years, 't.v 1,400. I International Gas Engine, 6 h.p. Dray Line The letter follows:  Skimmilk is considered by special- 1 Corn Sheller ists of the U. S. Department of Agri- culture very desirable for chicks (lur- ing the first week. In order to insure that all chicks get the milk it is ad- visable to dip the chick's beak in milk before it gets any other food. (This can best be done when re]noving chicks from the incubator.) Give milk to drink as long as it is available. A special need, of a large A few facts have been established these companies, there-' l'at point to control. Two, at this a system of records whichltime' are of especial interest and are the necessary inforanation : recmmended to farmers as a partial as the nature of the[ "elief" These are the seeding down Permits. i to grasses, clovers and alfalfa and suggested in Bulletin Lhe planting of fall rye. Rye starts hy the United States early in the spring and is on its way of Agriculture, while lbefore the thistles get started. It is to all assessment mutuals,  ':he one grain crop that can cope with with a special view l the thistles and at the same time give the needs of the numerou ' return for labor incurred. mutual fire insurance; The Minnesota No. 2 Rye first, the s. i R(,sen Rye and Wisconsin Pedigreed .... :Rye second, are the best varieties to elpIs Given i ,:e. " However, even well graded com- s of Marketing ,,on ye is better than wheat, oats :or barley on thistle infested land. 200 demonstrations of ap- of preparing farm market were made and 700 lectures on tie pack- handling, storage, and products were given in Seal year by specialists of of Markets, United States of Agriculture. as to the most success- for marketing sweet po- given to producers and most of the Southern in the far Western states. alone plans and specifica- potato houses were to the erection of of states the" field state agencies, were in- in bringing about the of Federal standards for and containers. In all was given to the agents in soling problems. \\; "Flying Fox." See the Dare-Devil "Flying WOrld's mort daring aerial the Big Fair at Wheaton. of fun and amusement and evening. So serious has beeom the Sow Thistle, Canada Thistle and other noxious weed pests, that Minnesota t,sse a noxious weed law--Chapter :;20, General Laws for 1921, for the beginning of their control. Thus far, only a beginning has been made. Over 100 local inspectors have been appointed and are working, princi ally in the northwestern part of the state. each 48c. Auto Repairing and Good Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfies the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. VIPOND AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonville Minn.. You Don't Know" says the Good Judge a little of Tobacco will last. or how much "gen- chewing .fiffac. full, rich real taste will ve. iii man who uses will tell you that class of tobacco give more sati8fac- at less cost-- ordinary kind. Pt u# in two sls LIT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco --Bandeau Flesh, sizes 34 to 42 Ty!er's Variety Store. Dima-Light Auto Headlight Dimmer Meets the requirements of Chapter 472, Laws of the State of Minnesota, and Stringent Municipal Regulations. Price'$1.25 Per Pair Herman Me|inat ODESSA, MINNESOTA 1 Wood Saw, 24-inch Blade Big Stone Lake Ice 40--HEAD CATTLE--40 ]0 Milk Cows, coming fresh in De- cember and January. 30 Head Young Stock, Heifers, Steers and Calves. 1 Registered Shorthoru Bull. HOGS 4 Spring Pigs. MACHINERY 1 Minnesota 8-foot Binder 1 McCormick 8-foot Binder 1 Deering Corn Binder 1 Independent Double Disc Drill. 1 Van Brunt Single Disk Drill 1 International Corn Planter & wire 1 John Deere Two-row Corn .Plow 2 Emerson Single Row Corn Plows ] Minnesota Mower 1 Deering Hay Rake 1 l,arge Bob Sled I Set IAght Bobs 1 DeLaval Cream Separator 5 Sets Work Harness I Set Buggy Harness 1 Surry 1 Top Buggy This machinery is nearly all new and in first class shape. THRESHING MACHINE. Avery Threshing Machine, 30 h. p. Steam En'ine, 42-70 Separator all complete and in good shape with two new water tanks. About 40 acres Corn in field 30 Ton Timothy Hay in Stack 40 To,, Wild Hay. Household Goods and Tools of all kinds. FREE LUNCH AT NOON; ALSO REFERSHMENTS IN THE AFTERNOON TERMS--All sums under $I0.00 cash. Over that amount time will be iven until October 1, 1922 on good Bankable paper drawing ,R or cent interest. All articles must be settled for before removal from premises. FREE* WILEY ESTATE Col Wm. Wellendorf, Auctioneer. Citizens National Bank, Clerk. CLEVELAND SiX g 5 September 1920 August 1921 $1645 $1295 with cord tires with cord tires The New Price Sets It Apart From Competition The Cleveland holds a distinctive place among light cars by the constant, better service it renders to its owners. On city boulevards or country roads, the Cleve- land performs as few cars pedorm. Its highly refined overhead-valve motor, found under the hood of no other car, is alive with power that smiles at long hills and welcomes a request for speed. Power, too, that throttles down to a creeping pace in crowded traffic and answers to the first touch of the throttle to "get away." We would be glad to have you compare it with any car for ease of handling, comfort in riding on smooth roads and rough roads, and genuine excellence in its construction throughout. No Other Car In Its Class At Such a Low Price Tog CAr-(]give ) $1255 " Roadstm. (Three Plss) $I ttt (lrlve ) $2295 Coupe (Four Passengers) . gl ][N'ie f. O. b. Cleveland Big Four-inch Cord Tires Standard Equipmem VANCURA AUTO CO. or A. S. HALLS ORTONVILL, MINN. A COMPANY CIXVELAND, OHIO Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. Kodak PRINTIN ENLARGIIG Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Pritm. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block uhill fro.w Gunderson't Drug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) i' Ortonville, F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Minnesota FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. PHONE 265 All Orders Given Prompt Attention A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray Spinographieal" Laboratory 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg, Col. Wm. Wellendorf AUC'q['IOIEER 30 years' experience. No zng on your property. write me early and get i on n early date. Ortonville. lnnemta J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING i PHONES--Rce- 194 Femlm-e Store - M All Work Guarsmteed Ortonvflle, Mlmta. WILL FINCH Exlr-ied Pait Phone |$-L All Work Gimnmteed You: Need Printing We Do Printing mSUT'ONPROH'S'TED PTI MIIER i, It,21 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAE ..... ---- - -- t  'M'R--H ARE IN [ Make Hs Work or Fend --Yr chance to take  aep]e o(  - I1[I ...... PR]C'E-IiIS'COUNTS[ ........... d .............. We wi ...... h6 ......... deat the Big Fa ..... he.to.n Sop  g,, should be sottered in the litter, say prices for jk: temoer 14. 15, 16, 17. Sommng g llle farmers torner |IN, st NativDo A.d$?,t. spi61itsofftheU. S. Dep.rtento  Oidi $0Oto$t0Np . ' ............. V Ftauts, ............ [[ tie Prices Boosted Around 25c  Agriculture. Hens like to work for Copr ad 'vv Bran.4eto k hal d 'unnmg ras d fr By Lighter Re*ipt their living. Tughs or hoppers r I " Band and Staging oneertg Four IJlRoZD ESPECIALLY TO THE AcrlviT1gs OF FARMERS ] ]  u  ,,a *^ a, o. .eh pe po d. ful days and eveni gs of Educate , -- s..ou ........... . ..........  , n n.. t It ' ' "o  n per   wloower oeo a eswne r | The Dates For First P eric Acid Car d .......... $9:00 ...... PII Ill ..... ]Bru"..G,  df eia v ,e,The  el. aPts:  n* "U" ]airv Im)rap  ,hinned to Min]tesota/ 2 800. Market dull about steady --Ladies' BIoome, Fish Cpe, Belting and Hole lined lu When i' was flnish it was found ---  ....... Shp 10,0. Lamb 50c to .5c 63c. Tyler's Variety Sto. Btk. Atyl.ne Welding. that the stencutter did not ha l have a ady been set for H H Barrows acting chief of the t lower, native top $,.00. Cho / he Ortovlae Foundry om on the ztone for the "e" set  f ai h it' ' . , erln light ewes $8.50. --you alwa s had a good time at ,,th, e ,, ] o d   o nlVlSlO of agricultural gme g, __ th e Whetstone Valle Fat Corn W  MULLPrI I1'he, In. L.the season o 1921-Zg by i uau of public reads Washington l S uth St PU] Minn Auist 29 Y r. e ,ion men at Uraversity I D. C., has advised engineers *t Uni-1:92" Lambs came in for thT*Ssha/ agmn ths year. Better tau before  i#-- advanced elamery opera ermty Fa that pierio acid order <,f th eneml ri reduction which   VrOtSIOIll /ll. : .........  ...... I ...... h .................... - :kegnepacePna oth ......... k,]lim m 1' m m  ]l BuseDireetory ...... J ......................... ed ............ Jl ........ " ..... " .......... ! iN nl00i --= =--= i'='" -- ' NoVember 28 to Dembe ,I ,o ve now anita way to destna- 50 t 75Pat the week's oenin x net D  - . . h e o " P g" C.E. SIGLOH p a ors, ember  ,on. Caitndgmg has bn ra er Bu k of the good native Iambs sold at L. operators (begmne)! ,1 ..... far, but hesays the cnntra-[$7.00 one load of chfibe I]dtas r fff . EL nrr RIC to Febzuary ii; ehse tor expects to have his machinery In $7.65 seconds out of the native lambs J  ]RING" .... s, Feb ............................................ ] ....... $ ......... d ......... /11 lill II ' /I /U/LAIL ......... .l confe. o Y-I n<, that things ,e!l n ?!ow as,/I in*as *.05, saons nut of the n.ties /  I  I " .m  I II---- L o. --- ......... "*=l f the ste will be er- The U'iverslt of  lnnso8 $300  $.. Mim and Igbt Oft . Wek at Univeity Fa much favorable comment from the, le u t $350 d h .'ca own at I P or armers  ces interacted The govelment's Generally light reipts toned up l  I of the OrtonviBe Tailorln c ]urace C ..... iesl ................................. ! ................ th ............. im m/ ................... t .... --  ] ter as follows: "The is no money m,,s i 25c higher. The n was all 1 atly de. " -- ut  i.sui corn: Planting of Fall Rye ! best load lot at $675 and a few head[The Personal Property Listed Below Will Be Offered At Public Auction -- __ eU, S DepartmtofAg. ControlsSowThistle] up to $7,00, .A few heifers so)d at the Fred W ley Farm ' ocal 01/I m esnorhe of Or- thtu the office of f n. ! areund $6.00 with a few aged cows JOHN SPANYERS , . -- . . '*,o n . n u o -! d .................... ............ ...... I e Perenn! cta e at c 5 e  Ta V ........................ C ........ *el us. gwl .  , r s , e i (lowl to $.00. Canners and ct ters i Exffess mid Ba4e forms ece ary In  far Wee d Inspector, C. P. Bull, m a let-: ar (uotab fm $ 50 to $2.75 w]th lilies permit the offi of o. us rece ve nd the methods o  l- b 2 00 t I .... ve.v few canners e ow $. n o- SALE CO5 "* ENCE S AT i0.00 O,CLtK A M telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn Lgenent and Fa Eeo- ombatin this mena to fal, ng is, a ,;s fade Be ogna hulls sold from ! ..... alo l.equestet ill POUnCe - tntltled to the most serious considers- 2"50 to ,, b0 V I eel re $1 b0 17-HEAD HORSES--y2 1 Hay Stoker ......................... ..... ..... 'ihts" .......................... . ............. PAUL DIRTqBAU3ER ) system econtmended by 1 ,e y ears hat h s thistle has .ekers od 9 o( 'so d 5 0 to t 2500 1 J h D ere Ma ure Sp-d r rlent, ,od "fa distribnti" it has berae ) *Hea:) fe;deZ's tp)e ;t'67 1 Team Male., age I0 and 8 ..... ] Gang PLOWS 14 inch Brlok Layer mad Plllstert 00 farmers' muual flre in , yetabhe ins of the Red . k 50 'o 625 BeSt 2500 [3V e re  gonsthRek . b today, bu $0 $. r f " ' SIe Man and All l,indi of eee ya ey counties and can e merke]s btt $67 hu]k $4. to i ream fleck Muh* age > and , wt, Wi e- re Wagon  h Gra it Tank nnd in every other county in Mince-[  2  '  2. I 2 Disc Harws Cement Wk a relatively oa western Wionsln, northern $'i.. ,nl dull So{, b ot toady t Sorll Drhing Hoe, age 8 )ears. I 2S-foot Boss Harrow :rtonille, Mia I F, l} In these I" ' a and eastern South Dakota, ac" ] ne g *GJ5 to *9 25 bulk $7.00 td t Team Black Geldh'g s, age 5 and 6,1 Le z Feed Gr nder No secretaries, wheal- onling to the eter A eat we! "'5 oo'l ] '850 t 860  3000 1 Ialge Fe 1 Mll ]z'nch B magers, almost patches have been located in Big] ., , g d pigs $8.50 to $ . ] Black Ma, age 9, wt. 1,500. J 1 Cushman Gas Engine, 4 h.p. [ETE IsON  SON ords of their Stone count, up to the present time. I Give Chick Skimmilk. ] Black Mare, age 3 years, wt. 1,400. I 1 International Gas Engine 6 h. p my ae withut the aid the letter follows: . Skimmilk is couzidered by spain!- 1 Black Colt, age 2 year i 1 Corn Sheller Big Ston Lake 1 SO serous h beeonYe the Sow ]sts of the U. S Department of Ag ............... i 1 Wood Saw, 24-inch Blade A few facts have been established eompani, there-' 'lat pent to oontrol. Two, at this ystem of rds which; tme, are of especial iutest and a nsary infoation) recommended to faera as a paiul as the natu nf the relief. The a, the eding down to grasses, clovers and alfalfa and Bullet;n, the Lunfing of tab rye. Rye star the United States,"rlY ]a the sprng and is on i way of Agricultu while before the thistles get started. It is all assessment mutuals ,;he one gram crop that n cope wth pial vi the thistles anti at the same time g,ve : the needs of the numerou ' lturn for labor incurred, fire insurance I The Minnesota No. 2 Rye fi st, he I)c,sen Rye and Wisconsin pedigreed ;  'e second, are the best vaeties t use.- However, even well graded cam- Market n ,,,on rye  better than wheat, oat g nr barley on thistle nfested land. one man "s at the Ih t e Canada Th st e and other cu]tm very desirable for chick dur- tar;, general x-! noxious wd pests, that MJnnesota!n the first week. In order to msure tee :, the emphams i I se a nox ous weed awhap er that all chicks get the milk t. ]s - ; ver pperly placed i ;20, eneral Laws for 1921, for the ,isable tn dip the chick's honk in mlk r, nnd reputatlOn, llegiuning of their oatro. Thus far, befole it get au other food. (This owledge of f[ealy a begimdng has been made. can best oe done when rcmov,ng than upon techmI, Inca ns ectol ha e hn ehcks from the mcuhator,) Give milk bookkeepng, and ar p working, pnnci- to drk a. oog as s availabe ally in the northweste part of the --Bandeau Flesh, sis 34 to 42, e conpanies are frequent- state, each 4c. Tyler's Variety Store. bookkeepers or aecoun- 40mHEAD CATTLE--10 Bob S 10 Milk Cows ming fresh in De rge . 1 1 Set Light Bobs mber and January. 1 D Laxal Se t . I e r Cream , parser 3O Head Young Stock, Heifers, Steers 5 Sets Work Harness and Calves 1 Set Buggy Habeas --  1 Top "Bug 1 Resterl Shorthorn Bull. t Surrv ,t Spring Pigs.  Th,s machinery ]s nearly all new bLCHINERY  and in flre class shape[ 1 Minnesota 8-foot Sinder THRSHING MACHINE demonstrations of ap I of pepag farm I made and Auto Repairing and G00d Results The eatisfactlnn of knowing that your ear has been overhauled or Falmd by an export- enid mechanic is worth m}eh Work done here is not called mplete tl] it has been don right, and satisfies the stomer. All Kinds of General VlPOND AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonvflle Mim. You Don't Know" Dima-Light Auto Headlight Dimmer Meets the requirements of Chapter 42, Laws of the State of Minnesota, and Stringent Municipal RegUlations. Price'S1.25 Per Pair Herman Melinat ODESSA, MINNESOTA say, the flood Judge . how muh-gen-  " wm u you at k. X l* , 0hm of tobee  " 'udatles.ost-- %,h' \\; . l ll QIJT is a long fine-cut tobseeo RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco H IUIIH l lllll 1 MeCoick 8-font Binder Avery Thhin Machine, 30 h p 1 Peering Corn Binder I Steam Enne, 42-7O Separator all I Independe,t Douhte Disc Drill ) mplete and in good shape with two I Van Bnt Siagle Disk Drill I new water tanks. 1 Inteational Corn Planter & re About ,10 acs Cn in eld l John Deere Two-row Coro PInw 8O Ton Timothy Hay in Stk 2 E Single Row Coru Plows '4O Tnn Wld Hay. I Minneta lower  Hohold Gooda and Tls of 1 Dring Hay Rake F kinds. FREE LUNCH AT NOON; ALSO REFERSHMENTS IN THE AFrERNOO TERMS--All sums under $t0,00 cash, Over that amount time will be giver until October I 1922 on good Banknble apor dawlng   nt intest. All articles must be ett ed for befe remora from prems. FRED WILEY ESTATE Col Win. Well.doff, Auctioeer. Citigens Natlal Ban k Clk CLEVELAND -;IX s1295 * September 1920 August 1921 $1645 $1295 with cord tires with cord The New Price Sets It Apart From Competition The Cleveland holds a distinctive place among Hight cars by the constant, better service it renders to its owners. On city boulevards or country roads, the Cleve- land performs as few cars perform. Its highly refined evehead-valve motor, found under the hood of no other car, is alive with power that smiles at long hills and welcomes a request for speed. Power, too, that lhrotles dowll tO a ceeping pace in crowded traffic and answers to the first touch of the throttle to "get away." We would be glad to have you compare it with trot cat" for  of handling, comfort in  t Imoth rcdand rough rmd and genaine ec in it comtrncfio throughout. No Other Car In Im Class At Such a Low lice goor-tmch Cocd Tix  Equip VANCURA AUTO C). or A, S. HALLS OWJOVL MI1r. (ltgatt  COtAtf CIMtV.AND, O1O Phe 3H Ortonville. Mt Kodak DI,., LARGING Pmpt, Quali S*k' Moderate THE REED STUDIO 0rt*ie Mia DR. R` D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block ui]l aundeo.', Vapor*Sulphur Cabinet Trellmtl For rheamtma, . ca.) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER OrtaOl Miamma FOR TRUCK SERVICE I aad y knd of HghI ad Iavyi drsyng ][Yuauer Bros. PHONE 2 I All Orders GiVen Prompt Attemlo| A. B. KAERCHER Attorm at Law Odd Felb ]aiM1ag Oronvllk, Mm DR. F. W. DUNN. Chipracter OIITON'ILI*li. MlqqN. Xray 12-13-14-IS-IS Sf&msI  CoL Wm. We]leaded AUCTIOR ao ye etpme ite me early ad get ia mrlF dam. -touvol, J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNIN AND R]PAIRLWG You,Need Printing We Do Printing -[ SEPTEMBER 1, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i t PAGE  Farmers Corner :OTED ESPECIALLY TO THE ACTIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. The Dates For l First Picric Acid Car "U" Dairy Courses! Shipped to Minnesota have already been set for H.H. Barrows, acting chief of the series of dairy short division of agricultural eagineering, LAMBS SHARE IN Make Hens Work for Food. " PRICE DISCOUNTS f; st Natives Down Around $7.--Cmt- tie Prices Boosted Around 25c ; By Lighter Receipts. .'donday's Closing-- Cttle 4,900. Market,mostly 25c higher. Calves 500, Market steady. Packer top $9.00. Hogs 2,800. Market dull, about steady Sheep 10,000. Lambs 50c to 75c lower, native top $7.00. Choice light ewes $3.50. All scratch feed or whole grain should be scattered in the litter, say specialists of the U. S. Departanent of Agriculture. Hens like to work for their living. Troughs or hoppers should be used for dry mash. They keep this feed always accessible. Noon is the time to provide fresh, unfrozen green food. It aids digestion. --Ladies' Bloomers, Flesh Crepe, 63c. Tyler's Variety Store. mYou always had a good time at the Whetstone Valley Fair. Come We will pay the following [it / prices for junk: ] I Old Iron, $6.00 to $10.00 per ton [[ Copper and heavy Brass,4c to k ] per pound. [ Old Rags, cent per pound. ][{ Old Rubbers and Tires, cent [[] to 1 cent per pound. ]]] Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, []t Belting and Hose carried in tl[ stock. Acetylene Welding. [ The Ortonville Foundry t[I W. F, MULLICA, Prop. Phone 23 I]l qi ' | , L , --Your chance to take an aeroplane ride at the Big Fair at Wheaton Sep- tember 14, 15, 16, 17. Something go- itg on every minute. Fast auto races, harness and running races and free Band and Singing concerts. Four full days and evenings of Education, Sport and Amusement. A widower ordered a headstone for his wife's grave. The iKscription con- ' the season of 1921-22 by bureau of public roads, Washington, South St. Paul, Minn., August 29, again this year. Better than before. men at University advanced creamer), opera- course will be given from 14 to 26; ice cream plant November 28 to December operators, December 5 operators (beginners) cluded with: "Lord she was thine." When it was finished it was found that the stone-cutter did not have'. room on the stone for the "e" in "thine." , , ,m i t ::;low so far, but he says the contrac- 1 Black Cot(, age 2 years, to February 11; cheese February 13 to Mar. toperation by the first of September annual conference of cream-t md that things will soon move fast- of the state will be or. The University of Minnesota's Farmers' and Home- Week at University Farm. For Farmers' Companies :he convenience of those inter- systems of records for far- fire insurance com- U. S. Department of Agri- the office of farm man- and farm economics, will sup- charge, printer's copy of necessary. In so far permit, the Office of and Farm Eco- also requested i,n connec- the adoption and insta!la- system reconmended by ,500 farmers' mutual fire in- or more than of the total number of are re]ative'/y concerns. In these lo- the secretaries, who al- general managers, almost the records of their COmpanies without the aid bookkeepers or accoun- one man is at the secretary, general ntan- per, the emphasis is very properly placed good reputation, i knowledge of farm than upon technical of bookkeeping. It is not therefore that the forms for keeping recoffds now in se companies are frequent- U. C., has advised engineers at Uni- V32]: Lambs came in for their share i Professional and ' 1 versity Farm that picric acid order c,f the general price reduction which No. 1, wh,ch ,s a M,.nnesota. sh,p- ias taken place in all other livestock, ! Business Directory .nenL nas oeen mien and that the ex-  ....... ;+ ,,I,- +1. ....  .... ......  . , }'osive is now on its way to destna- 50c to 75c at the week's opening. c. E. SIGLOH I I on Cartrntgmg has been rather . ;' " " Bulk of the good native lambs sold at ' low o far, but he says the contrac-.7nn antlaudnCrd'bol)in]edf'a  [Or[ ELECTRIC ! to1 expects to have h,s machinery in I " " " " $7.65, seconds out of the native lambs SERVICE oieatmn bv the first of September t  " " : . "  sold at $7.00, one load of choice Da- ING nd that things fll soon move fast ),  t  . ' " " k(as g,.05, sections out of the natives Phone 284-L 1 er The University of Minnesota's 3 00 to 3 50 Medium and li ht I " $ ' $ " " g I _Ortonville, Minn.] ,crm ac,d campaign has reeewed x ,, P" " ' e eo sold mostly around $3.00, with a ? much favorable comment from the few up to $3.50 and heavies down at [ Washington bureau and other agen- $2 00 'Bucks went at $1.00 per cwt.  JOE BAYER & SON | " n ' " " * te mtere.ted The governme t s l: .s s . Generally hght receipts toned up II : Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. [ Nexus I otter quotes a Minnesota pos - " .... " . - the trade in cattle the market being i All kinds of cleaning and pressing] I tel- as follows: "There is no money mostly 25c hiher. The run was all ia this fo anyone but the fmmer"l " f " " " " " ras: cattle, bulk of the beef steers  , neatly done. [ l I Suits Made to Order. 1 selling from $5.00 to $6.25 with the l'he Personal Property Listed Below Will Be Offered At Public Auction @ 'iOrtville Minn." [ Planting of Fall Rye best load lot at $6.75 and a few head i ' / Controls Sow Thistle t up to $7.00. A few heifers sold at the Fred Wiley Farm, located 10Vz miles northeast of Or(on. t / i around $6.00 with a few aged cows! ville and I0 miles southeast of Clinton on JOHN SPANYERS 1 I  I around $5 00 and the bulk of the but-i / The Perennial Sow Thistle i a mos , " " ......... [1[ 1113 rk t-r   T   | /| ] Light Hauling of all Kinds [ i .... " " [el]el" She S[OCK IrOln I, ne la$er price semous.growm' m, declares Stateidow n to $3.00. Canners and cutters -- 00epte ]Weed Inspector, C. P. Bull, in a. le- ar quotable from $1.50 to $2.75 with WL.IL.A mDer/tfl / Express and Baggage t | (r just. :. receive(, .... and the methods, or]. ;very iew ............ canners uemw .uu m:- "'* SALE COMMEN('ES AT 10:00 O'CLOCK A.M. ITelephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. / f "omoacmg tnlg menace o iarmmg s dax" trade Bolo'na bu Is sohI fom tionatitled to the most seriousconsdera-l...,2"50 ..... to $3b0 Veal calves $150 1 Tea ?-liHyDules. age 11 aHORSES'12nd ,, 11 HH:Y StucCk:r ]T * ." . . . above last Monday, best lights to - "2 "" " ' " "" , PAUL DIRNBAUER m wen,v vears that this thistle has ...... ^2 .  k - wt. 500. 1 Jolm Deere Manure Spreader . n. . ,,. -,.- ...... , . _ . I packers ocmy .'.oo, secontls o.ou o n wt I Brick Layer anu rmsterer ,.act tree (nsrmumn t nas oecomelo .... "- x- f^-" .... , _. ,. r. i Team Mule.:, age 10 a d 8, . 3 Gang Plows, 14-inch , " ...... , . .  _ V,).uv. nea'y t-:t:uels bopp#, a ,.,o 'or(,v estamsne(t m au o tne e today bulk m5 50 to 6 25 Best 2500. 3 Wide-tire Wn'ons with Rack I Stone Mason and All Kinds of I  ver ". Valley. counties and. can. be. .:tok'e,s' brot'$'5 75. , bulk" $zk -r..  I Team Jack Muh% age 6 and 7, wt. I Whle-tire Wagon with Grain "rank [ Cement Work [ 'und m every other county in Mmne-[ .... 2500. 2 Disc Harrows ' ', " ; ;LD. / ,a, western Wsconsin, northern I tioga opened (lull and about steady, l Sor,'el Driving Horse, age , year,. 1 26-foot Boss Harrow |Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. 1 ,,/.va and eastern South Dakota, ac-' rm,.e $6 75 to -9 25 bulk $7 00 to 1 Team Black Geldings, age 5 and 6, 1 Letz Feed Grinder No. 9 $ .... i(:ordmg to the letter. At least two . .- .__a .;oo eu n +, R na wt. 3,000. 1 Large Feed Mill, 12-inch Lurr PETO N e. cO N patches have been located in Big I''''' __v'  .............. I Black Mare, ae 9, wt. 1,500. 1 Cushman Gas Engine, 4 h p .z,.  Stone county up to the present time. t Give Chicks Skimmiik. 1 Black Mare, ae 3 years, 't.v 1,400. I International Gas Engine, 6 h.p. Dray Line The letter follows:  Skimmilk is considered by special- 1 Corn Sheller ists of the U. S. Department of Agri- culture very desirable for chicks (lur- ing the first week. In order to insure that all chicks get the milk it is ad- visable to dip the chick's beak in milk before it gets any other food. (This can best be done when re]noving chicks from the incubator.) Give milk to drink as long as it is available. A special need, of a large A few facts have been established these companies, there-' l'at point to control. Two, at this a system of records whichltime' are of especial interest and are the necessary inforanation : recmmended to farmers as a partial as the nature of the[ "elief" These are the seeding down Permits. i to grasses, clovers and alfalfa and suggested in Bulletin Lhe planting of fall rye. Rye starts hy the United States early in the spring and is on its way of Agriculture, while lbefore the thistles get started. It is to all assessment mutuals,  ':he one grain crop that can cope with with a special view l the thistles and at the same time give the needs of the numerou ' return for labor incurred. mutual fire insurance; The Minnesota No. 2 Rye first, the s. i R(,sen Rye and Wisconsin Pedigreed .... :Rye second, are the best varieties to elpIs Given i ,:e. " However, even well graded com- s of Marketing ,,on ye is better than wheat, oats :or barley on thistle infested land. 200 demonstrations of ap- of preparing farm market were made and 700 lectures on tie pack- handling, storage, and products were given in Seal year by specialists of of Markets, United States of Agriculture. as to the most success- for marketing sweet po- given to producers and most of the Southern in the far Western states. alone plans and specifica- potato houses were to the erection of of states the" field state agencies, were in- in bringing about the of Federal standards for and containers. In all was given to the agents in soling problems. \\; "Flying Fox." See the Dare-Devil "Flying WOrld's mort daring aerial the Big Fair at Wheaton. of fun and amusement and evening. So serious has beeom the Sow Thistle, Canada Thistle and other noxious weed pests, that Minnesota t,sse a noxious weed law--Chapter :;20, General Laws for 1921, for the beginning of their control. Thus far, only a beginning has been made. Over 100 local inspectors have been appointed and are working, princi ally in the northwestern part of the state. each 48c. Auto Repairing and Good Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfies the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. VIPOND AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonville Minn.. You Don't Know" says the Good Judge a little of Tobacco will last. or how much "gen- chewing .fiffac. full, rich real taste will ve. iii man who uses will tell you that class of tobacco give more sati8fac- at less cost-- ordinary kind. Pt u# in two sls LIT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco --Bandeau Flesh, sizes 34 to 42 Ty!er's Variety Store. Dima-Light Auto Headlight Dimmer Meets the requirements of Chapter 472, Laws of the State of Minnesota, and Stringent Municipal Regulations. Price'$1.25 Per Pair Herman Me|inat ODESSA, MINNESOTA 1 Wood Saw, 24-inch Blade Big Stone Lake Ice 40--HEAD CATTLE--40 ]0 Milk Cows, coming fresh in De- cember and January. 30 Head Young Stock, Heifers, Steers and Calves. 1 Registered Shorthoru Bull. HOGS 4 Spring Pigs. MACHINERY 1 Minnesota 8-foot Binder 1 McCormick 8-foot Binder 1 Deering Corn Binder 1 Independent Double Disc Drill. 1 Van Brunt Single Disk Drill 1 International Corn Planter & wire 1 John Deere Two-row Corn .Plow 2 Emerson Single Row Corn Plows ] Minnesota Mower 1 Deering Hay Rake 1 l,arge Bob Sled I Set IAght Bobs 1 DeLaval Cream Separator 5 Sets Work Harness I Set Buggy Harness 1 Surry 1 Top Buggy This machinery is nearly all new and in first class shape. THRESHING MACHINE. Avery Threshing Machine, 30 h. p. Steam En'ine, 42-70 Separator all complete and in good shape with two new water tanks. About 40 acres Corn in field 30 Ton Timothy Hay in Stack 40 To,, Wild Hay. Household Goods and Tools of all kinds. FREE LUNCH AT NOON; ALSO REFERSHMENTS IN THE AFTERNOON TERMS--All sums under $I0.00 cash. Over that amount time will be iven until October 1, 1922 on good Bankable paper drawing ,R or cent interest. All articles must be settled for before removal from premises. FREE* WILEY ESTATE Col Wm. Wellendorf, Auctioneer. Citizens National Bank, Clerk. CLEVELAND SiX g 5 September 1920 August 1921 $1645 $1295 with cord tires with cord tires The New Price Sets It Apart From Competition The Cleveland holds a distinctive place among light cars by the constant, better service it renders to its owners. On city boulevards or country roads, the Cleve- land performs as few cars pedorm. Its highly refined overhead-valve motor, found under the hood of no other car, is alive with power that smiles at long hills and welcomes a request for speed. Power, too, that throttles down to a creeping pace in crowded traffic and answers to the first touch of the throttle to "get away." We would be glad to have you compare it with any car for ease of handling, comfort in riding on smooth roads and rough roads, and genuine excellence in its construction throughout. No Other Car In Its Class At Such a Low Price Tog CAr-(]give ) $1255 " Roadstm. (Three Plss) $I ttt (lrlve ) $2295 Coupe (Four Passengers) . gl ][N'ie f. O. b. Cleveland Big Four-inch Cord Tires Standard Equipmem VANCURA AUTO CO. or A. S. HALLS ORTONVILL, MINN. A COMPANY CIXVELAND, OHIO Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. Kodak PRINTIN ENLARGIIG Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Pritm. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN One block uhill fro.w Gunderson't Drug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) i' Ortonville, F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Minnesota FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. PHONE 265 All Orders Given Prompt Attention A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray Spinographieal" Laboratory 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg, Col. Wm. Wellendorf AUC'q['IOIEER 30 years' experience. No zng on your property. write me early and get i on n early date. Ortonville. lnnemta J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING i PHONES--Rce- 194 Femlm-e Store - M All Work Guarsmteed Ortonvflle, Mlmta. WILL FINCH Exlr-ied Pait Phone |$-L All Work Gimnmteed You: Need Printing We Do Printing