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VAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEB arvey Hindermyer and i Dann Sisters At Clinton  Appearing in recital at the Odd! Fellows Hall at Clinton, on Friday i .vening, September 9, will be the l popular tenor, Mr. Harvey Hinder- rayer and the Dann Sisters Trio. The?," viil be presented by J. D. Ross & Company of that city. Following his marked success in As secital at Aeolian Hall, New York City, Mr. HindermyePs engagements i in concert thruout America have been  } PERSONAL, SOCIAL J i I AND NEWS ITEMS i Mrs. R. N. Moore is visiting her (laughter at Phillips, Wis. She was :;ummoned there on account of the diness of her little granddaughter. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Bockhoven re- turned to St. Charles Tuesday where :hey will remain a month after which :imy will move their household be- longings to Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whiting and lit- frtuent and always satisfactory. He le son left for their new Imtne at }a.s a glorious tenor voice, with wide Aberdeen, S. D., Saturday. They range and dramatic qualities. He spent the summer at the Wilbur cot- will include in his progTam here sev- ral southern songs which he inter- Drets extremely artistically. The Misses Dann are three charming young ladies of marked musical abili- ty. Their charming personalities, ombined with their unusual musical alent, make them favorites wherever age on the Peninsula. The Misses Marjorie Cornelisen Winnifred Eldred, Etta Muudwilet and Gladys Ljungdahl will leave Sun- day morning for Winona to complete their courses at the Normal School. t l rank Fey has his farm work about c(mpleted for this year. His plowing hey appear. ! was finished about two weeks ago, his It is reported that Mr. Hindermyer,' silo has been filleff and within a day t this recital, will attempt the seem- or two his corn will be cut and shock- ingly impossible feat of singing a ed. duet with hmself, i Miss Helen Wilkins went to Min- J. D. Ross & Co. refuse to divulge neapotis Wednesday morning for the ust how it will be done, but predict balance of the weeL She will then pleasant surprise for all who at- go to Winona where she will attend trend. Advt. i the Normal School during the coming WANT ADS ! O- ' Q STRAYED--Small shepherd dog, ans- wers to the name "Buster." Black with white breast, one hind foot .hort legged. Valued by owner. Re- ward for return or information. Os- car Olson, Route 3, Ortonville. 15-3 I=IEM STITCH ING--Henstitching, 10c per yard. Mrs. E. Daman, Monte- video, Minn. : 17-2 STRAYED--From nay place, August 17, a 2-year-old Black Sow. Finde please notify L. O. Lindgren, Route , Ortonville. Phone 10-F-5. 16-2 FOR SALF_c--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sa!e at the City Tail- ,or Shop. ' *12-tf year. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. MeAtee and in- fant son of Watmown, S. D., moved into rooms over the Mickelson Mil- linery store this week. Mr. McAtee will have charge of the new Billiard parlor. John Hausauer left for the cities to visit at the state fair. Many rail- road men and those interested in the ork will be on hand the opening day u.  *', :" the h,md-.n collision that , . take place. C. W. Wheeler is critically ill at his home in Clinton. He and Mrs. Wheeler returned Wednesday night from Rochester where he went for medical attendance, but he was given no encouragement. Mr. and Mrs. J. P[ Mayer and (laughter Ruth and Ed. Mayer motor- ed to Glencoe Friday and after visit- ]BOARD AND ROOM--Fine place for two persons, men preferred. For information call The Independent. Phone 297. "17-2 FOR SALF,--Make me an offer on the NEb of Section 2, twp. 121, range 46, located 3 miles east Of Orton- -ville. 160 acres;, Address N. G. Adgren, Berthoid: N,: D. "13-6  A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and l press. City Tailor Shop, A. W.' Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf FOR SALE--Practically new Hughes Electric Range; also other house- hold furniture, including Kitchen Cabinet. Inquire of John Smith at Jo__._hn Kaercher residence, 17, FOR SALE--Three good work horses. : E. L Zehringer. 0rtonville, Minn. Phone: l(}-F-13. 17-2 VCANTED TO RENT=--At once, Five ing there a day went to Hutchinson to visit at the A. L. McDowell home, re- * turning home Monday. Mrs. M. M. Johnson and daughter Garnet, accompanied by Mrs. C. M. Barnes and daughter Beth, motored to Aberdeen, S. D., this afternoon in the Johnson car. The former will reraain until Saturday. August Lindert left for Nmvood the first of the week on account of the serious illness of his father in taw. Mabel and Paradia Lindert re- turned from Norwood Monday where they had been visiting. Mrs. John Palmer and Mrs. Elmer =choen entertamed a number of friends at a picnic supper Wednesday I evening in honor of Mrs. Lindquist of J St. Paul, sister of Mrs. J. A. Johnson who is visiting the latter. Mrs. Paul Kelly and daughter Irogene will leave Friday for Min- neapolis where Mr. Kelly will join them and return to their he,me at Dallas, Texas. They spent the sum- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Wahpeton, N. D., have moved into the upstairs rooms of the R. N. Moore l residence. Mr. Johnson is in the in-; surance business and expects to re-i main in Ortonvilte this winter at least. Dr. and Mrs. Gee. Countryman en- tertained the doctor's brother, Judge Countryman and his wife of Water- They departed for their old home at Hastings where they will attend a family reunion of the Countryman family. Wesley Stegner came home from Brainerd for a few days on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. J. B. Scholberg. He is field editor for the Brainerd Tribune, but expects to com- plete his course at the University of Minnesota. George Miller, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Corona, S. D., died at Evangelical Hospital here Sunday evening, having under- gone an operation for broken appen- dix. He was buried at Corona Tues- (tay afternoon. "Jack" Mullica left for Detroit, Mich., Sunday by auto. He went by way of Iowa Falls and Dubuque, Ia., where he met a friend who made the trip with him. "Jack" has a position of Aistant Supervisor in the Foun- dry School at Detroit. Miss Phylis Hoeum of Minneapolis visited friends at the Park last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nobbs and Dr. and Mrs. Arnes of Bellingham who have been occupying the Aalund home dur- ing the lake season returned to their homes Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ravey arrived Tuesday from Baker, Mont., by auto. They expect to remain here for abou; six weeks arid until after the hunt- ing season. While here Rr. Ravey will remodel his mother's house and make other improvement for her. J. Arthur Matthews, assisted by Kee Welch and F. E. Davison, is plowing up a tract of land which he owns near Breckenridge and sowing the same to rye, using Fordson trac- tors. They are camping out and Mrs. Matthews and Miss Loiva Davison are doing the cooking. Miss Alice Hare, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hare, arrived Mon- day afternoon from Chicago for a three weeks vacation. She has been a reader on the Redpath Chautauqua Circuit for the past three years. The Hares will leave for their home at Fargo Sunday and will close their cottage on the Peninsula for the sea- son. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Crippen and chil- dren returned home at Austin recently after a brief visit with Mr. Crip- pen's parents here Mr. and Mrs. John Crippen. They made the trip to Aus- tin, a distance of 290 miles, in a day's time. They had been on a tour thru northern Minnesota and to Winnipeg, Canada, and at Big Fork visited Clin- ton Crippen and family where they ,met Mr. and Mrs. John Crippen Wh returned to Ortonville with them. They had a most delightful trip. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bolsta of From- burg, Montana have returned to Or- tonville to make their home and are or six room house. CMI 196. 17-tf LOCAL MARKE. (Thursday, August 25, 1921) prlngs, 1 pounds and up.....16c Hens, general run ...................... 15c ox 8c Ducks ............................................ 13e eese ...................................... ....... 8e ggs, per doz., ....... :":r'" ........... 25e Cream ............... , ........... r .............. 33e weet Cream ......... : ......... ........... 41c lVarmers Elevator and Fuel Company Wheal, 58 pounds .... . ............. $1,28 Barley ......................................... 40 Oats .................... : ...................... 22 Rye ..................... =...,...... ............ 80 Flax 1.68 mer months at the Peninsula. occupying their house adjoining the William Cummens home. Mr. Bolsta's Mrs. Gus Orton and mother, Mr:. ; ..... , aealn nas oeen George Brown left the first of the , very poor for the week for Sioux Falls, S. D., where past seven years owing to the high they will visit relatives and friends for an indefinite period. They will also visit at Woonsocket and Huron, S. D., before returning home. Russell Stotesery ha's accepted a position as credit man with the Kol- litz Mercantile company. Ha was em- ployed in the Security National Bank at Watertown, S. D., for four years and comes highly recommended for ihis new position. Mr. and Mrs. Stotesbury have leased the Iver Aa- lund house on the lake and are mov- ing into the same this week. ---The Independent Want Ad method It isn't so that a woman wants to f getting help eliminates much worry dress as well as the woman next door; and trouble. , she wants to dress better. altitude at Fromburg which is nine and feet above sa lv twoooofesj-rt thousand feet above sea level. The Bolstas left here about fourteen years ago and their friends are pleased to have them return home. The milk business conducted by Charles Love will hereafter be a- tended by Elmer J. Rolen, who has recently purchased the same. De- liveries will be maintained on the same schedule as now in effect. rhe Volstead law does not seem to be working. A man in California has just reported seeing a two-headea snake.--Nashville Southern Lumber- man, Mrs. Thos. Kirk and children will I H. leave Saturday for Winona. She ex -i pects to meet her brother, Dr. Minneapolis. Their mother Barth of Great Falls, Montana, in i eighty years of age is ill. The PIONEER MEAT MARKET J. J. Dann, Prop. Offers the CHOICEST CUTS BEEF VEAL PORK LAMB Highest Cash Price for Veal and Chickens o ,, s625 "Four-N,nety Touring Car f.o.b. lint, Mich. HIS famous Chevrolet model is designed, :_uilt and equipped to afford dependable, economical transportation. The noted Chevrolet valve-in-head motor develops maximum power with minimum fuel consumption. Chassis and body are propor- tioned to motor power. Strength, balance and ample spring sus- pension insure riding and driving ease, operation economy and longer life from tires and every working part of the car. It is designed thruout for comfort and appearance. Seats are roomy, well cushioned and upholstered in most durable ma- terial. Included in the purchase price, electric starter and lights and every other essential of modern car equipment complete the satis- faction this car affords for general passenger use. WM. CUMMENS DEALER Ortonville - - Minnesota TA] BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER GRANT COUNTY FAIR- MILBAN September 6, 7, 8 and 9 $700.00 Fireworks Spectacle Flying Circus--Three BASEBALL GAMES, WITH $75.00 PURSE EACH DAY I ] Sept. 8, Twin Brooks vs, Revillo Sept. 6, Nassau vs. Milbank Famous Boy Scout Band Sept. 7, Vernon vs. LaBolt ..... Sept. 9, Ortonville vs. Milbank LntR CARNIVAL ATTRACTIONS $1000.00 FREE ACT $10.00 Cash Given Away Every Hour. Big Bowery Dance. Exhibits of Stock, Poultry, Pastry, Fancy Work and Agricultural Products. VAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEB arvey Hindermyer and i Dann Sisters At Clinton  Appearing in recital at the Odd! Fellows Hall at Clinton, on Friday i .vening, September 9, will be the l popular tenor, Mr. Harvey Hinder- rayer and the Dann Sisters Trio. The?," viil be presented by J. D. Ross & Company of that city. Following his marked success in As secital at Aeolian Hall, New York City, Mr. HindermyePs engagements i in concert thruout America have been  } PERSONAL, SOCIAL J i I AND NEWS ITEMS i Mrs. R. N. Moore is visiting her (laughter at Phillips, Wis. She was :;ummoned there on account of the diness of her little granddaughter. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Bockhoven re- turned to St. Charles Tuesday where :hey will remain a month after which :imy will move their household be- longings to Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whiting and lit- frtuent and always satisfactory. He le son left for their new Imtne at }a.s a glorious tenor voice, with wide Aberdeen, S. D., Saturday. They range and dramatic qualities. He spent the summer at the Wilbur cot- will include in his progTam here sev- ral southern songs which he inter- Drets extremely artistically. The Misses Dann are three charming young ladies of marked musical abili- ty. Their charming personalities, ombined with their unusual musical alent, make them favorites wherever age on the Peninsula. The Misses Marjorie Cornelisen Winnifred Eldred, Etta Muudwilet and Gladys Ljungdahl will leave Sun- day morning for Winona to complete their courses at the Normal School. t l rank Fey has his farm work about c(mpleted for this year. His plowing hey appear. ! was finished about two weeks ago, his It is reported that Mr. Hindermyer,' silo has been filleff and within a day t this recital, will attempt the seem- or two his corn will be cut and shock- ingly impossible feat of singing a ed. duet with hmself, i Miss Helen Wilkins went to Min- J. D. Ross & Co. refuse to divulge neapotis Wednesday morning for the ust how it will be done, but predict balance of the weeL She will then pleasant surprise for all who at- go to Winona where she will attend trend. Advt. i the Normal School during the coming WANT ADS ! O- ' Q STRAYED--Small shepherd dog, ans- wers to the name "Buster." Black with white breast, one hind foot .hort legged. Valued by owner. Re- ward for return or information. Os- car Olson, Route 3, Ortonville. 15-3 I=IEM STITCH ING--Henstitching, 10c per yard. Mrs. E. Daman, Monte- video, Minn. : 17-2 STRAYED--From nay place, August 17, a 2-year-old Black Sow. Finde please notify L. O. Lindgren, Route , Ortonville. Phone 10-F-5. 16-2 FOR SALF_c--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sa!e at the City Tail- ,or Shop. ' *12-tf year. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. MeAtee and in- fant son of Watmown, S. D., moved into rooms over the Mickelson Mil- linery store this week. Mr. McAtee will have charge of the new Billiard parlor. John Hausauer left for the cities to visit at the state fair. Many rail- road men and those interested in the ork will be on hand the opening day u.  *', :" the h,md-.n collision that , . take place. C. W. Wheeler is critically ill at his home in Clinton. He and Mrs. Wheeler returned Wednesday night from Rochester where he went for medical attendance, but he was given no encouragement. Mr. and Mrs. J. P[ Mayer and (laughter Ruth and Ed. Mayer motor- ed to Glencoe Friday and after visit- ]BOARD AND ROOM--Fine place for two persons, men preferred. For information call The Independent. Phone 297. "17-2 FOR SALF,--Make me an offer on the NEb of Section 2, twp. 121, range 46, located 3 miles east Of Orton- -ville. 160 acres;, Address N. G. Adgren, Berthoid: N,: D. "13-6  A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and l press. City Tailor Shop, A. W.' Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf FOR SALE--Practically new Hughes Electric Range; also other house- hold furniture, including Kitchen Cabinet. Inquire of John Smith at Jo__._hn Kaercher residence, 17, FOR SALE--Three good work horses. : E. L Zehringer. 0rtonville, Minn. Phone: l(}-F-13. 17-2 VCANTED TO RENT=--At once, Five ing there a day went to Hutchinson to visit at the A. L. McDowell home, re- * turning home Monday. Mrs. M. M. Johnson and daughter Garnet, accompanied by Mrs. C. M. Barnes and daughter Beth, motored to Aberdeen, S. D., this afternoon in the Johnson car. The former will reraain until Saturday. August Lindert left for Nmvood the first of the week on account of the serious illness of his father in taw. Mabel and Paradia Lindert re- turned from Norwood Monday where they had been visiting. Mrs. John Palmer and Mrs. Elmer =choen entertamed a number of friends at a picnic supper Wednesday I evening in honor of Mrs. Lindquist of J St. Paul, sister of Mrs. J. A. Johnson who is visiting the latter. Mrs. Paul Kelly and daughter Irogene will leave Friday for Min- neapolis where Mr. Kelly will join them and return to their he,me at Dallas, Texas. They spent the sum- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Wahpeton, N. D., have moved into the upstairs rooms of the R. N. Moore l residence. Mr. Johnson is in the in-; surance business and expects to re-i main in Ortonvilte this winter at least. Dr. and Mrs. Gee. Countryman en- tertained the doctor's brother, Judge Countryman and his wife of Water- They departed for their old home at Hastings where they will attend a family reunion of the Countryman family. Wesley Stegner came home from Brainerd for a few days on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. J. B. Scholberg. He is field editor for the Brainerd Tribune, but expects to com- plete his course at the University of Minnesota. George Miller, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Corona, S. D., died at Evangelical Hospital here Sunday evening, having under- gone an operation for broken appen- dix. He was buried at Corona Tues- (tay afternoon. "Jack" Mullica left for Detroit, Mich., Sunday by auto. He went by way of Iowa Falls and Dubuque, Ia., where he met a friend who made the trip with him. "Jack" has a position of Aistant Supervisor in the Foun- dry School at Detroit. Miss Phylis Hoeum of Minneapolis visited friends at the Park last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nobbs and Dr. and Mrs. Arnes of Bellingham who have been occupying the Aalund home dur- ing the lake season returned to their homes Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ravey arrived Tuesday from Baker, Mont., by auto. They expect to remain here for abou; six weeks arid until after the hunt- ing season. While here Rr. Ravey will remodel his mother's house and make other improvement for her. J. Arthur Matthews, assisted by Kee Welch and F. E. Davison, is plowing up a tract of land which he owns near Breckenridge and sowing the same to rye, using Fordson trac- tors. They are camping out and Mrs. Matthews and Miss Loiva Davison are doing the cooking. Miss Alice Hare, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hare, arrived Mon- day afternoon from Chicago for a three weeks vacation. She has been a reader on the Redpath Chautauqua Circuit for the past three years. The Hares will leave for their home at Fargo Sunday and will close their cottage on the Peninsula for the sea- son. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Crippen and chil- dren returned home at Austin recently after a brief visit with Mr. Crip- pen's parents here Mr. and Mrs. John Crippen. They made the trip to Aus- tin, a distance of 290 miles, in a day's time. They had been on a tour thru northern Minnesota and to Winnipeg, Canada, and at Big Fork visited Clin- ton Crippen and family where they ,met Mr. and Mrs. John Crippen Wh returned to Ortonville with them. They had a most delightful trip. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bolsta of From- burg, Montana have returned to Or- tonville to make their home and are or six room house. CMI 196. 17-tf LOCAL MARKE. (Thursday, August 25, 1921) prlngs, 1 pounds and up.....16c Hens, general run ...................... 15c ox 8c Ducks ............................................ 13e eese ...................................... ....... 8e ggs, per doz., ....... :":r'" ........... 25e Cream ............... , ........... r .............. 33e weet Cream ......... : ......... ........... 41c lVarmers Elevator and Fuel Company Wheal, 58 pounds .... . ............. $1,28 Barley ......................................... 40 Oats .................... : ...................... 22 Rye ..................... =...,...... ............ 80 Flax 1.68 mer months at the Peninsula. occupying their house adjoining the William Cummens home. Mr. Bolsta's Mrs. Gus Orton and mother, Mr:. ; ..... , aealn nas oeen George Brown left the first of the , very poor for the week for Sioux Falls, S. D., where past seven years owing to the high they will visit relatives and friends for an indefinite period. They will also visit at Woonsocket and Huron, S. D., before returning home. Russell Stotesery ha's accepted a position as credit man with the Kol- litz Mercantile company. Ha was em- ployed in the Security National Bank at Watertown, S. D., for four years and comes highly recommended for ihis new position. Mr. and Mrs. Stotesbury have leased the Iver Aa- lund house on the lake and are mov- ing into the same this week. ---The Independent Want Ad method It isn't so that a woman wants to f getting help eliminates much worry dress as well as the woman next door; and trouble. , she wants to dress better. altitude at Fromburg which is nine and feet above sa lv twoooofesj-rt thousand feet above sea level. The Bolstas left here about fourteen years ago and their friends are pleased to have them return home. The milk business conducted by Charles Love will hereafter be a- tended by Elmer J. Rolen, who has recently purchased the same. De- liveries will be maintained on the same schedule as now in effect. rhe Volstead law does not seem to be working. A man in California has just reported seeing a two-headea snake.--Nashville Southern Lumber- man, Mrs. Thos. Kirk and children will I H. leave Saturday for Winona. She ex -i pects to meet her brother, Dr. Minneapolis. Their mother Barth of Great Falls, Montana, in i eighty years of age is ill. The PIONEER MEAT MARKET J. J. Dann, Prop. Offers the CHOICEST CUTS BEEF VEAL PORK LAMB Highest Cash Price for Veal and Chickens o ,, s625 "Four-N,nety Touring Car f.o.b. lint, Mich. HIS famous Chevrolet model is designed, :_uilt and equipped to afford dependable, economical transportation. The noted Chevrolet valve-in-head motor develops maximum power with minimum fuel consumption. Chassis and body are propor- tioned to motor power. Strength, balance and ample spring sus- pension insure riding and driving ease, operation economy and longer life from tires and every working part of the car. It is designed thruout for comfort and appearance. Seats are roomy, well cushioned and upholstered in most durable ma- terial. Included in the purchase price, electric starter and lights and every other essential of modern car equipment complete the satis- faction this car affords for general passenger use. WM. CUMMENS DEALER Ortonville - - Minnesota TA] BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER GRANT COUNTY FAIR- MILBAN September 6, 7, 8 and 9 $700.00 Fireworks Spectacle Flying Circus--Three BASEBALL GAMES, WITH $75.00 PURSE EACH DAY I ] Sept. 8, Twin Brooks vs, Revillo Sept. 6, Nassau vs. Milbank Famous Boy Scout Band Sept. 7, Vernon vs. LaBolt ..... Sept. 9, Ortonville vs. Milbank LntR CARNIVAL ATTRACTIONS $1000.00 FREE ACT $10.00 Cash Given Away Every Hour. Big Bowery Dance. Exhibits of Stock, Poultry, Pastry, Fancy Work and Agricultural Products. VAGE $  THE ORTObrVILLE INDEIPENDEItrY , THURSDAY. SEPTEMBEI aBarvey Hindermyer and i  ..AL ...ffi l ,.Mr and yq. Arthur Johnn of Mrs. Thoa. Kirk and eh Idn wilt peats to meet her bro her, Dr H I M ne  The r mother n a" t At 1"  : I ....... , v  I wanpeton, . v,. nave mov into me leave Saturday for Winena. She ex-! Rarth of Gat Falls, Montana, in eighty years of age is flL ann dSl . .lnn AND NEWS ITEMS i upstairs rooms e the R. N. MOOl = A  " 7-7ltal at the Oil " --@ resident. Mr, Johnson is in the in-I pp rmg m 1, . '(' . .. J surance business and expects to le. Fellows Hall at Chnten, on Friday Mrs. R. N. Moore ts ltmg her .. .......................... h ................................ The Offers the CHOICEST CUT S u aoular tenor, Mr. Harvey Hinder- ummoned there on aot of thel lyet and he Dann Site Trio. They dlness ot her little gnddaughtor. 'iI1 be presented by J. D Rs & Roy. and Mrs. Paul Boekhoven re- Cuntryman and his vlfe of St. sd here' Ihey departed for their old home at mpany of that ty. tunt o Char es Tue my w H. ti a whe tile will attend a I ....... ingh ..... ed ........ h .............................. as'ng " , PIONEER BEEF ecital at Aeolian Hall, New York imy will move their heuhold b fam!IY tUnlOn of the Countryman ................. ....................................................... ............ ................... , ...... .w, VEALKPoR i ........ hout Amerle have been : Mr. and Mrs. C, J. Whiting .rid lit- V{esley Stegn ..... homJlmr  mange and dramatie qualities. He j spent tile summer t the Wilbur cot-  ? begL.._ mile o r Br--O,o.o ..... MEAT ..... of the death of his sister, M. J. B. ltas a g or on enor vole, wl h wule Aberdeen, S. D., Saturday. They h 1 He ld edit r fo the ill include in hs program here ev- age on th Peninal ralner 1 rloune, out expts to. m- ................. ........ T ....... Mar le C ......... tes ......... th ........... MARKET I.AMB The Minces Dann are three charming : and Gladys Lungdahl will leave Sun- . George Mallet, fivye/d cn of Dts extmely artistically. Winnlfd Eldred, Etta blulwllet Mmne ota. , 7..:,S - g lluliea of rked mieal ahili- day morning for Winona to mmple, *ur, ana mrs. aenn lltr o we 3a, tv Their ehaing per=litles thei ........ t the No] SchoOl. l _ , a., .., ..,.,. ,..S' V, died at E'ageheal Hospteal =blned wlth t h ......... { ........ , .................. kaboutlhere ann:arai;nlr lel . an- J.J. Dann, P n_ror . r I talent make them favozlte. whereve [ eap eted for th s et His p owing ton pe pp - the a e ; . " dix. He was buried at Corona Toes- } PP ar r was fintslmd abut tw weeks ag ]ms afternoo It is prted that Mr. Hindeyer, silo has be tilted and within a'day day ,, n. thslec'tal wiRattem ttheseem 'Jack Mnl]lea left fee Detit i ] ' P - or tw his  will k eat Kud 8hck" Mich Sunda b auto He went b it, gig impossible feat of singieg a ed. "%. Y y g b ae Is y aet with hms,lf. " l Miss Hele= Wilki= weht to Min- WYrghwa t arianUwg td; the J D Rs & Co. fnse t divulge, neapotis Wednesday morning for the i ..... ositio n just qow it will be done, but predict j balance of the week. taP W th him. ak hs hPe Fo pleant suwpri f all who at-g o to Wino where she will attend tnd. Advt. I the N0al School during he coming dry Scheol at Detloit. Mis Phylis Hm of Minneapolis , ya. @ [ Mr. ad Mrs. A.. T. MeAtee d in- friends at the park last week WANT ADS ! rant son of Watertown S. D. moved Mr. and Mrs. Nobbd and Dr. and into rooms over the Miekeln been eupying the Aalu d h m dur- TRAyDSmalt shepherd dog, aa linery store this weak. Mr. MeAtee n o e Bilardl mg the lake season returned to their we to the ne "Bter." Black wiR have charge of the new homes Tuesday of this ek. with white breast, oP hind feet parlor. Mr" and Mrs. Emil Ravey arrived abort legged. Valued by oer. Re- John Haussuer left for the cities to visit at the state fair, Many rail- They expect to remain here for abe d far tum or informatiom Os- r Olson, Route 3, Ortonville. 15-3 m--- HE M STITCH IN GHenstitching, 10e per yard. M. E. D, Monte- vMee, Min 17 2 STRAYEDFrom ry #ace, August 17, a -ye-old Black Sow. Findel pl notify L. O. Iadgren, Route Oonville. Phone i-F 6. le-2 FOR SALELadi ' and Gents' Trai- ned Suits for sa!e at the City Tml- ,or Shop. ' *12-tf IOARD AND ROOM--Floe place fbr two perns, m preferred. For infoatlon ll The Iederndent. Phone 257. "17-2 kOR SALE-Maka  an offer on the NES  a g, Wrp. 121, range 46, located 3 mSe et of Orton- wfla 160 m Address N WANTED--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean anTpres city Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, p- pffetor. road men d thee inCested in th ork will be oe hand the ope,uag day u,  *-,s the head-.a collisi0n at I,, lake place. C. W. Wheeler ie cItieally ill at his home in Clinton. I- and Mrs. Wheeler returned Wednesday zdght from Rochester whe he went for medil attendant, but he was given no encouragement. Mr, d Mr J* P[ Mayer and daughter Ruth and Ed. Mayer motor- ed t Glencoe Friday and after vlsit- ing there a day went to Hutchinson to visit at the A. L. McDowell home, re. tuIng home Monday. Mrs. M. M. Johnson and daughter Gaet, amlmnied by Mrs. C. M. Barnes ad daughter Beth, motored to Abortion,  D., thls afternoon n the Johnson ear. The former wil remain until Satday. August IAdert left for Noood the first of the k on secant the rinus illns of hid father law. Mabel and paradla Lindert r turned they had been qsing. Mrs. John Palmer Sehoen entertained a nber of fxnds at a picnic su01r Wedsday evening St. Paul, who is vlsltng the latter. Tuelay from Baker, MonL, by auto. six weeks ahd until after the hunt- mg season. While he Rr. Ravey will remodel his mother's house and make other imprevemm,t or her. J. Arthur Matthews, assisted by  Wleh and F. E. Davison, ia lowlng up a trot of ld which he ,wns near BrImnrdge and owing the same to rye, using Fordson trac- tr They are eptng out and Mrs. fatthews and Miss Laiva Davison are daiag the cooking. Mss Alie Rare, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ha. day aftn from Chigo for a th weeks vaeatlon. She has been a reader on the Pedpath Chantauq Cirit for the past th yea The Hares wilt leave for their horn at Fargo Sunday d wRl clo thelr eottga on the Perdnsula for the sea- Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Crippon dren letted heine at Austin reeently after a briel slt with Mr. Crlp. Cnppen. Tly made the trip to AUS- "12-tf tin, a distan of 290 mil, in a day's ]FOR SALF-Practieally sew Hugh time. They had Elte Range; S2 other ho- northern iota and to WinrSg, bold arto, ltwding Iteben Canada, and at Big Cabirt. Inquire of John Smith at +-on Cpen and ffily wh they John Kaeher rk4em 17-1 met Mr. and M John Cpn W to Ortonville with them. IFOR SALE--Three gad work horses. Mr paul Kelly and danghter They had a most delightful tp. E. L. Zehnger. Ortanvflbe Min. Imnge ll leave Friday for him- Mr and M Will Bolsta of 1 rt Phone I-F-I& 17 i neapohs whe Mr. Kelly ll anon " " o " them tur to dr h a hurt, Montana ha retu t [ upnng thor house ndammng or s oom hotme_ CM I 7-tf mar months at the Peni[ [ .... ' t . Wllltm Cumms home. r. o -- Mrs. Gas Often and mother Mrs,. laaIth ha s been ve Poor fo r the LOCAL MARKRT. ] George Brown left the flt of thel ' /'hurs4ay, A@ 9J5, 11) I wk for S ox ]Pal s, S D , where Pt seven years owiig to the gh ......... , he vii .  ttt s itnd il n $ attitude at lromburg wh)h m nine pngs, l  pourma  up....  y . w..  d feet above a iv twoooofes j rt Hens gral  .: ....... 15 I for an mdefimte riod. They will ab a ] eel The ....... o - 1 thousand ft ave se e . Cox 8e a s v s t at Woo ket and Hm'on, ra eeae ....................................... 8 Ruell Stetesaery has 1 a have them return home. ............................................. ' D m m home Bolstaa left he about fourteen y Dks ........................... 12 $. ,, befo retu Ing. , ago and their friends tre pieced 1, per d, "'="r ........... 25 positia a credit ma with the Kol- Crea ............... .......... ............  lltz Meremi[e eom!any. He was era- The m k buslns nducted weet Creftm .......: .................. 41e ploy in the Security DYation ank Charle s Love will hertfter be a- A'arme a ]iml Cm  at Watrto, S. IL, for four yurs tended by Elmer J. Rolen, who has P Y and  h ghly recommended for Ih h D ,-IWhea' 8 poutls ..- .... ................. ........... |l.a2 hming Inewthelmaitlr"same thle Mr.wk.and Mrs. inrhe a yVolsteadwillpu beaSedlawmaindse "notStwaeson thetoe- arley 40 velqe tai ed Oats ..................................... 2 $totbur have lad the Ir &a. same hedule  now in effect ................... ' ................. " 'g land hoe on the lake and a mov- __ " Ry 0  ....................................... -- ] be working. A man in California ba , :--. ,-nd.t W' h I It isn't so that a womn wants tel just ported sing a t' ,headea t.ett he v $ lmlt mh y I dr  weU  th@ wom new door; snak--NhvIBe South Lumber- m trois - " she wt to dres better. ] ma "Four-Ninety" S625 Touring Car HIS famous Chevrolet model is designed, : uilt and equipped to afford dependable, economical transportation. The noted Chevrolet valve-in-head motor develops maximum power with minimum fuel consumption. Chassis and body age propor- tioned to motor power. Strength, balance and mnple spring sus- pension insure riding and driving ease, operation economy and longer life from tires and every working part of the car. It is designed thruout for comfort and appearance. Seats are roomy, well cushioned and upholstered in most durable ma- terial. Included in the purchase price, electric starter and lights and every other essential of modern car equipment complete the satis- faction this car affords for general passenger use. WM. CUMMENS DEALER Ortonville - Minnesota BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER GRANT COUNTY FAIR- September 6, 7, 8 and 9 $700.00 Fireworks Spectacle Flying Circus BASEBALL GAMES, WITH $75.00 PURSE EACHDAY Sept. 6, Nassau vs. Milbank Sept. 7, Vernon vs. LaBolt ] Famous Boy Scout Band I Sept. 8, Twin Brooks vs. Revillo Sept. 9, Ortonville vs. Milbank CARNIVAL ATTRACTIONS $1000.00 FREE ACT $10.00 Cash Given Away Every Hour. Big Bowery Dance. Exhibits of Stock, Poultry, Pastry, Fancy Work and Agricultural Products. VAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEB arvey Hindermyer and i Dann Sisters At Clinton  Appearing in recital at the Odd! Fellows Hall at Clinton, on Friday i .vening, September 9, will be the l popular tenor, Mr. Harvey Hinder- rayer and the Dann Sisters Trio. The?," viil be presented by J. D. Ross & Company of that city. Following his marked success in As secital at Aeolian Hall, New York City, Mr. HindermyePs engagements i in concert thruout America have been  } PERSONAL, SOCIAL J i I AND NEWS ITEMS i Mrs. R. N. Moore is visiting her (laughter at Phillips, Wis. She was :;ummoned there on account of the diness of her little granddaughter. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Bockhoven re- turned to St. Charles Tuesday where :hey will remain a month after which :imy will move their household be- longings to Ortonville. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whiting and lit- frtuent and always satisfactory. He le son left for their new Imtne at }a.s a glorious tenor voice, with wide Aberdeen, S. D., Saturday. They range and dramatic qualities. He spent the summer at the Wilbur cot- will include in his progTam here sev- ral southern songs which he inter- Drets extremely artistically. The Misses Dann are three charming young ladies of marked musical abili- ty. Their charming personalities, ombined with their unusual musical alent, make them favorites wherever age on the Peninsula. The Misses Marjorie Cornelisen Winnifred Eldred, Etta Muudwilet and Gladys Ljungdahl will leave Sun- day morning for Winona to complete their courses at the Normal School. t l rank Fey has his farm work about c(mpleted for this year. His plowing hey appear. ! was finished about two weeks ago, his It is reported that Mr. Hindermyer,' silo has been filleff and within a day t this recital, will attempt the seem- or two his corn will be cut and shock- ingly impossible feat of singing a ed. duet with hmself, i Miss Helen Wilkins went to Min- J. D. Ross & Co. refuse to divulge neapotis Wednesday morning for the ust how it will be done, but predict balance of the weeL She will then pleasant surprise for all who at- go to Winona where she will attend trend. Advt. i the Normal School during the coming WANT ADS ! O- ' Q STRAYED--Small shepherd dog, ans- wers to the name "Buster." Black with white breast, one hind foot .hort legged. Valued by owner. Re- ward for return or information. Os- car Olson, Route 3, Ortonville. 15-3 I=IEM STITCH ING--Henstitching, 10c per yard. Mrs. E. Daman, Monte- video, Minn. : 17-2 STRAYED--From nay place, August 17, a 2-year-old Black Sow. Finde please notify L. O. Lindgren, Route , Ortonville. Phone 10-F-5. 16-2 FOR SALF_c--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sa!e at the City Tail- ,or Shop. ' *12-tf year. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. MeAtee and in- fant son of Watmown, S. D., moved into rooms over the Mickelson Mil- linery store this week. Mr. McAtee will have charge of the new Billiard parlor. John Hausauer left for the cities to visit at the state fair. Many rail- road men and those interested in the ork will be on hand the opening day u.  *', :" the h,md-.n collision that , . take place. C. W. Wheeler is critically ill at his home in Clinton. He and Mrs. Wheeler returned Wednesday night from Rochester where he went for medical attendance, but he was given no encouragement. Mr. and Mrs. J. P[ Mayer and (laughter Ruth and Ed. Mayer motor- ed to Glencoe Friday and after visit- ]BOARD AND ROOM--Fine place for two persons, men preferred. For information call The Independent. Phone 297. "17-2 FOR SALF,--Make me an offer on the NEb of Section 2, twp. 121, range 46, located 3 miles east Of Orton- -ville. 160 acres;, Address N. G. Adgren, Berthoid: N,: D. "13-6  A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and l press. City Tailor Shop, A. W.' Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf FOR SALE--Practically new Hughes Electric Range; also other house- hold furniture, including Kitchen Cabinet. Inquire of John Smith at Jo__._hn Kaercher residence, 17, FOR SALE--Three good work horses. : E. L Zehringer. 0rtonville, Minn. Phone: l(}-F-13. 17-2 VCANTED TO RENT=--At once, Five ing there a day went to Hutchinson to visit at the A. L. McDowell home, re- * turning home Monday. Mrs. M. M. Johnson and daughter Garnet, accompanied by Mrs. C. M. Barnes and daughter Beth, motored to Aberdeen, S. D., this afternoon in the Johnson car. The former will reraain until Saturday. August Lindert left for Nmvood the first of the week on account of the serious illness of his father in taw. Mabel and Paradia Lindert re- turned from Norwood Monday where they had been visiting. Mrs. John Palmer and Mrs. Elmer =choen entertamed a number of friends at a picnic supper Wednesday I evening in honor of Mrs. Lindquist of J St. Paul, sister of Mrs. J. A. Johnson who is visiting the latter. Mrs. Paul Kelly and daughter Irogene will leave Friday for Min- neapolis where Mr. Kelly will join them and return to their he,me at Dallas, Texas. They spent the sum- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Wahpeton, N. D., have moved into the upstairs rooms of the R. N. Moore l residence. Mr. Johnson is in the in-; surance business and expects to re-i main in Ortonvilte this winter at least. Dr. and Mrs. Gee. Countryman en- tertained the doctor's brother, Judge Countryman and his wife of Water- They departed for their old home at Hastings where they will attend a family reunion of the Countryman family. Wesley Stegner came home from Brainerd for a few days on account of the death of his sister, Mrs. J. B. Scholberg. He is field editor for the Brainerd Tribune, but expects to com- plete his course at the University of Minnesota. George Miller, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Corona, S. D., died at Evangelical Hospital here Sunday evening, having under- gone an operation for broken appen- dix. He was buried at Corona Tues- (tay afternoon. "Jack" Mullica left for Detroit, Mich., Sunday by auto. He went by way of Iowa Falls and Dubuque, Ia., where he met a friend who made the trip with him. "Jack" has a position of Aistant Supervisor in the Foun- dry School at Detroit. Miss Phylis Hoeum of Minneapolis visited friends at the Park last week. Mr. and Mrs. Nobbs and Dr. and Mrs. Arnes of Bellingham who have been occupying the Aalund home dur- ing the lake season returned to their homes Tuesday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ravey arrived Tuesday from Baker, Mont., by auto. They expect to remain here for abou; six weeks arid until after the hunt- ing season. While here Rr. Ravey will remodel his mother's house and make other improvement for her. J. Arthur Matthews, assisted by Kee Welch and F. E. Davison, is plowing up a tract of land which he owns near Breckenridge and sowing the same to rye, using Fordson trac- tors. They are camping out and Mrs. Matthews and Miss Loiva Davison are doing the cooking. Miss Alice Hare, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hare, arrived Mon- day afternoon from Chicago for a three weeks vacation. She has been a reader on the Redpath Chautauqua Circuit for the past three years. The Hares will leave for their home at Fargo Sunday and will close their cottage on the Peninsula for the sea- son. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Crippen and chil- dren returned home at Austin recently after a brief visit with Mr. Crip- pen's parents here Mr. and Mrs. John Crippen. They made the trip to Aus- tin, a distance of 290 miles, in a day's time. They had been on a tour thru northern Minnesota and to Winnipeg, Canada, and at Big Fork visited Clin- ton Crippen and family where they ,met Mr. and Mrs. John Crippen Wh returned to Ortonville with them. They had a most delightful trip. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bolsta of From- burg, Montana have returned to Or- tonville to make their home and are or six room house. CMI 196. 17-tf LOCAL MARKE. (Thursday, August 25, 1921) prlngs, 1 pounds and up.....16c Hens, general run ...................... 15c ox 8c Ducks ............................................ 13e eese ...................................... ....... 8e ggs, per doz., ....... :":r'" ........... 25e Cream ............... , ........... r .............. 33e weet Cream ......... : ......... ........... 41c lVarmers Elevator and Fuel Company Wheal, 58 pounds .... . ............. $1,28 Barley ......................................... 40 Oats .................... : ...................... 22 Rye ..................... =...,...... ............ 80 Flax 1.68 mer months at the Peninsula. occupying their house adjoining the William Cummens home. Mr. Bolsta's Mrs. Gus Orton and mother, Mr:. ; ..... , aealn nas oeen George Brown left the first of the , very poor for the week for Sioux Falls, S. D., where past seven years owing to the high they will visit relatives and friends for an indefinite period. They will also visit at Woonsocket and Huron, S. D., before returning home. Russell Stotesery ha's accepted a position as credit man with the Kol- litz Mercantile company. Ha was em- ployed in the Security National Bank at Watertown, S. D., for four years and comes highly recommended for ihis new position. Mr. and Mrs. Stotesbury have leased the Iver Aa- lund house on the lake and are mov- ing into the same this week. ---The Independent Want Ad method It isn't so that a woman wants to f getting help eliminates much worry dress as well as the woman next door; and trouble. , she wants to dress better. altitude at Fromburg which is nine and feet above sa lv twoooofesj-rt thousand feet above sea level. The Bolstas left here about fourteen years ago and their friends are pleased to have them return home. The milk business conducted by Charles Love will hereafter be a- tended by Elmer J. Rolen, who has recently purchased the same. De- liveries will be maintained on the same schedule as now in effect. rhe Volstead law does not seem to be working. A man in California has just reported seeing a two-headea snake.--Nashville Southern Lumber- man, Mrs. Thos. Kirk and children will I H. leave Saturday for Winona. She ex -i pects to meet her brother, Dr. Minneapolis. Their mother Barth of Great Falls, Montana, in i eighty years of age is ill. The PIONEER MEAT MARKET J. J. Dann, Prop. Offers the CHOICEST CUTS BEEF VEAL PORK LAMB Highest Cash Price for Veal and Chickens o ,, s625 "Four-N,nety Touring Car f.o.b. lint, Mich. HIS famous Chevrolet model is designed, :_uilt and equipped to afford dependable, economical transportation. The noted Chevrolet valve-in-head motor develops maximum power with minimum fuel consumption. Chassis and body are propor- tioned to motor power. Strength, balance and ample spring sus- pension insure riding and driving ease, operation economy and longer life from tires and every working part of the car. It is designed thruout for comfort and appearance. Seats are roomy, well cushioned and upholstered in most durable ma- terial. Included in the purchase price, electric starter and lights and every other essential of modern car equipment complete the satis- faction this car affords for general passenger use. WM. CUMMENS DEALER Ortonville - - Minnesota TA] BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER GRANT COUNTY FAIR- MILBAN September 6, 7, 8 and 9 $700.00 Fireworks Spectacle Flying Circus--Three BASEBALL GAMES, WITH $75.00 PURSE EACH DAY I ] Sept. 8, Twin Brooks vs, Revillo Sept. 6, Nassau vs. Milbank Famous Boy Scout Band Sept. 7, Vernon vs. LaBolt ..... Sept. 9, Ortonville vs. Milbank LntR CARNIVAL ATTRACTIONS $1000.00 FREE ACT $10.00 Cash Given Away Every Hour. Big Bowery Dance. Exhibits of Stock, Poultry, Pastry, Fancy Work and Agricultural Products.