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PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPF\\;'DENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, t CLINTO NEWS I O ior a iew nays visit at the home of J. H. Erickson spent Monday at the latters sister, Mrs. O. T. Harrison. the State Fair. ' Will McClurg, Earl Scott, Harry F. L. Petrick and family visited at Thomas and Oscar Bergstrom drove Holloway, Minn., last a,day. :to Scranton, N. D., on Saturday to Marie Steen will leave this week to work aurzng mresmng with Hanra- enter St. Olaf College at Northfield. ty, s crew. Mrs. R. F. Ross and two children 2he Misses Mamie Carlson, Lillie spent the week end with relatives in and Esther Martinson, Sadie Thomas Ortonville. i and Lottie Fletcher, left on Tuesday Arthur Storiem returned on Satur- morning to enter Normal school at day from Minot, N. D., where he has'Fargo, N. Dak. been threshing. 1 Spencer Swenson left on Thursday Miss ksabel McCallum left on Sat-, for St. Peter, where he will enter urday for Laural, Mont., where she l Gustavus Adolphus College. He stop- will teach school !ped in Minneapolis for a few days at Miss Vera Arnoldi of Graceville was  the State Fair. a .gest this week at the home of Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Taylor of South Ha- Colonel Adolphson. i yen, Minn., drove up on Thursday for The firemen will give an ice cream! a short visit at the home of their social at the new fire hall on Satur-i uncle , Martin Erickson and other rela- day night, Sept. 9. tives at Clinton. Mrs. Courtney Krook and infant I Miss Alice Cenfield, who has been son came home from the Graceville a guest at the home of her sister, hospital on Sunday. Abel Steen, N. J. Nelson and John Mrs. E. M. Plummer, left on Satur- teen left by car on Tuesday morning day for Dickinson, N. D., where she to attend the State Fair. i will teach school. Miss Hannah Hogsven left on Sat-! Mr. and Mrs.. E. N. Nelson of Peli- urday morning for Nelson, N. D., can Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius where she wil teach school. Popp and little daughter, of Fainmont Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sweezy are ! N. D., visited on Sunday at the G. State Fair visitors this week, hay- M. Johnson home. ins driven down on Monday. i Mrs. H. M. Davis is teaching the The school Faculty and Mr. and 5th and 6th grades of the Clinton Mrs. Win. Chase enjoyed a picnic at schools until a teacher can be suppli- Foster on Monday afternoon, ed. The teacher who was engaged N. J. Nelson has been enjoying a I was unable to come. visit this week from his father an(t : The meml)ers of the Epworth Lea- brother who live at Frost, Minn. i gue gave a supper in the church base- ment on Sunday night in honor of Frank Tureen has decided to give tS'ank Stephens, who is leaving for up farming and will hol,t a sale of his Hamline the 11th of September. property shortly after the fair. I James Barry and E. G. Dalseth August Larson and Charley Wie- i went to Fargo on Tuesday morning to lund were passengers on the Fiver to drive home the new Big Studebaker 1 St. Paul to attend tile State Fair. Six, which Mr. Dalseth purchased i Miss Ruth tIanson left on Thurs, lav! - this week from the S. and S. Garage. I for Minneapolis, where she will visit i The basket weaving which creates I relatives and attemI the State Fair. 'reat interest at the Gunderson Drug] Mrs. J. H. Green of Minneapolis, Store in Ortonville, will be an inter- I was a guest over the week end at the esting e'xhil)it at the county fair and Albert Gustafson home on Monday. will be seen in the fancy work booth. Miss Esther and Emil Swenson and Mr. and Mrs. Condit and Clarence Oscar Shoquist went to Minneapolis and Mrs. B. W. Condit and children t vn Saturday night to attend tle State drove to Wahpeton on Sunday. The! Fair. Gard Con(lit family will make their} Miss Alice Clifford of Barry,' is l home there, where "he is in the news- I staving at the home of her sister, Mrs. paper business, l " ......  .... " '-i I1 j lnvitation are out this week to the l tgourrney rooK antt trbt2ntllng 11 g , , ' ^ .. " , ,, " 1 school i wetl(litlg ot tms Arfiua Knutson and l  dvm E Gongot at the home of the t Mr. and Mrs. A,ton ,Amrman and- " ' Mrs. L. A. Larson left early Wednes-bride at Becker, Minn., on Sept. 12[ day morning by car to attend the The newtywedded couple will be at tate Fair. ; home to their friends in Clinton after Nina Fletcher celebrated her birth-i Octber 15. I day with a party on Thursday and l- Mr. and Mrs Richard Chapman of] Genevieve Ryan had a birthday par-i Minneaplis' and their son Warren] amt wife, were caller. at the A. M. I ty on Friday. " I Trebil home on Sundav. Thev were t Ted Frye purchased a new Ford! mcompaniefl by Mr. and Mrs. John truck this week from H. McDowelt ofl Gar(her. Mr. and Mrs. George Gar(l -( Graceville, which will be used for ner of Pleasant Valley and Mr. and hauling gravel. Mrs. A1 DeWall of Correll. Mrs. F. J. Johnson returned on i There wil be plenty of chance to " "S ] " Tuesday from her trip to Mmneapoll.,, eat on the fmr grounds next week as where she went to attend the W. C. the Norwegian Aid will serve chicken T. U. Convention. I dinner the second and third days of R. F. Ross, O. T. Harrison, A. E. I the fair and the Swedish "ATd-, will Howe and Dr. Plenty took part in the] serve chicken dinner the fourth day. tennis tournament at Ortonville last The Pleasant Valley Aid will serve Sunday and Monday. Will Hickson left this week for ]Huehinson, Minn. He will visit there nd at the State Fair, after which he expects to leave for the West. On Tuesday morning AI Brander, Carl Nelson and Will-ffohnson left ear for Breekenridge, N. D., to work in the Great Northern shops. Oscar Laron, who has been ill and In a hospital at Kenmare, N. D., was sufficiently recovered to return home the last of the week. His condition did not require an operation as was t first thought necessary. t O  Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rohde of Rock I i Rapids, Iowa, arrived on Wedneedayl | FOSTER i i* L l LAKESIDE NEWS Miss n. na Salmonsen spent the I Edwin Lindholm gave a sermon at past week with her friend, Cynthia Wheaten last Sunday Stotesbury. I School District No. 7 commenced on t ,ar. aa. Mrs. John Peltier and faro!- I the 5th with Mary Spallinger as ly, of Traverse county, spent Sunday I teacher. at the Wm. Bower home. I Fwin Lindholm left for Chicago Mr. and Mrs., Oliver Benson, who I We(thday where he will resume his live near Clinton, were visitors at the I school des. Benj. Stegner far, m Sunday. I Miss Stria Lindholm and Edwin Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Andersonl Lindholm were callers at the Charley ann iamily, of Prior, called at the I Gustafson home Monday evening. Mike Eaman home Sunday. ] Miss Nora Scholberg left last Sat- Frank Bower, editor of the Tra- urday for Macintosh, Minn., where verse County Star, spent the week end she will teach school the coming term. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. t Bowler. 1 James Olson and family left Satur- day by auto for Ogulvie, Minn., where! they expect to sit with friends for lunches thru the fair. Lunches will also be served by other organizations. Mrs. Carl Olson was called upon to mourn the death of her brother, Ray Torgerson, at their home at Hawley, Minn The funeral took place on Sunday. Mr. Olson return- ed home the first of the week but Mrs. Olson and the children will re- main in Hawley for a week or more Certain chm.icals used in dye- works are now said to have strong curative values in eases of human ailments. ImsT0(s  ighl?:i hen?: do kih{ The right to investi- gate any proposition be- fore purchase is every man's privilege, but on- ly the level headed in-,- vestor does it. The others make up the "Sucker list." The Citizens Nation- al Bank offers its faci- lities for investigation through the medium of the Minnesota State Banker's Association. This service is free. illilillllflllli several days. Mrs..4. J. Lawrence and Mrs. F. A. Karow autoed to Ortonville Fri- day evening to see about hiIing a teacher for Dist. No. 16 the coming term. This weeks meetings of the Stepney ,Ladies Aid was postponed on ac- count of the busy times. The next meeting will be Sept. 21. The meet- ing place has not been announced. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson autoed to Windom, Minn, last week to visit with relatives and friends at that place. Alberl, Jessup is taking care of the farm (luring their absence. A pleasant surprise was staed at the Wm. Bower home Saturday eve- ning when a number of frier, is called for a farewell pat"cy. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bower, who are old residents of this neighborhood, expect to leave in a short time for their new home near Park Iapids, Minn. After spending a social evening the visitors departed, wishing them happiness and prosper- ity in their new location. ' ODESSA i C H. Batson was a passenger to! Ortonville, Tuesday. i Miss Elsie Struck went to St. Paul t Friday to visit friends. Aug. Ehlert left Sunday night to take in the State Fair.  Mrs. E. F Nitz was a passenger i to Ortonville on Friday. W G Poirier wa transacting busi-! ness in Appleton on Friday. i Theodore Melinat left Monday to, resume his school work at St. Paul. i George LaLond of Breckenridge, at-} rived satu{dav to spend Sunday with l his family. The Mie Emma and Gre*chen 1 Schad of Appleton, were Odessa call-I 1 ers Fridav. Miss Ge4:rude Lyon of Hastings, Minn., arrived Sumtay to resmne herl work in Our schools. Ena Thamas and Gladys Lenz left Sunday night to attend tile Mankato Normal at Mankato, Minn., Max Menzel of Pipestone, Minn., arrived Tuesday eveninff to visit his brothers Richard _and Hugo. Our Public school openedTuesday morning with a full attendance, of scholars, but one teacher missing. Superintendent E. R. Morris, High School department; Gertrude Lyon of Hastings, seventh and eighth grades; Mrs. Karl Hartkoph, Intermediate, o nd Miss Gretchen Schad of Appleton ffrimary. The Assistant High School teacher will arrive in a few days. The Misses Esther, Pearl and Vi- ola, Gustafson left for Montevideo last Friday, where Esther will re- sume her school duties. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gustafson and children, Walter and Olga, left for Minneapolis, last Friday, where they expect to take in a few days of the State Fair. Oscar Gustafson, Arthur Gustafson, the Misses Edna Gustafson and Ethel Steen left for Laffette, Minn., by au- to. From there the Misses Edna Gustafson and Ethel Steen will con- tinue to Mankato, where they will at- tend Business College. Walter Lindhom and Dell Lind- holm left by car for the Twin Cities Saturday, where they will take in the State Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Lou R.vmer and fami- ly and Mr. and Mrs. Jens Rude and family attended the Indian Fair at! Sisseton, S. Dak., Tuesday. i can stand." House Cleaning Diet "I'll be glad when house cleaning time is over." "What's the trouble?" "Two weeks of boiled ham and can- ned Salmon for meals is about all I "Do You Wonder I'm Proud of My Overland Sedan ?" HE prid that .every woman feels in tke possession of an Overland Sedan is founded on the worth and beauty of the car itself_ See how beautully and staunchly the body has been built. See how comfortable and roomy the seats axe, how deep and resilient the cushions, and the wonderful Triplex Spring suspension just seems to remove every bump and rut rom the road. And it is so easy to drive--the motor, which uses re- markably little gasoline, seems eager to go on, no matter how steep the grade or how heavy the going. There ia a eellng of power to spare. No wonder people everywhere are buying Overland Sedana. l  .... $850  ..... $8S y.  b. rohdo Sherman & Spalinger Clinton, Ninnesota "1 knew when he was abe" What one i, there of us that ha, not fdt ate gla oi mtaaion over th outstanding success of a lie.long mdl Ofta a mr. --s*ningly "'all of a sudden.'" Ye neldter mOntsmg nor sdt, w/urn yo, ,top o atlnk bac o each mt of h Unlted StatesRubber Company-mak ofU. S. Cordwere first to conceive'make and announce ba/aced t/re. A fire in which there is retch com- te unity of action in tread and carca that nelthe give way before the other. ir to conceive, make and announce a c-omem line of ttres--a tire for every need of p.e and u under one ,tandard of quality. First to tell the public about the good and bad in tlre-retailing. (You remember the phrase "Go to a legitimate dealer mad get a legitimate tire.") First aLso to axouse industrial trade minds to the need of a new kind of tire competition. (Competition for better and better values. Greater and greater pub. lic oatffadenr) mT thlgh spots along the O.S. o leadership indicate the intent--the will to win by the qual. ity route in a price market. Now that so many car.ownm have given their verdict for quality tires in general, and U. S. Tires in particular--a number of dealers and cer-owners whose vision has been clouded by "dis- counts, sales' and what not, are beginning to re- memba that the'qmew himwhctt hw abo." U. S. Royal Cord Tiros Un'ded Stab00 gub5er Company Ostlind & Kam Ortoaville Minn. / Correll Auto Co. Carrdk Mhm. Professional and Business Ortonville Electric EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Photm 4 for prompt mad efficient S. A. BARR, Proprittor. DR. CItAS. H. VETERINARIAN Phones--Day 31, Night 51 CThttott - . . DR. A. M. STROM Graduate Veterinarian in Wm. Cummens t TeL 79 Ortonville, BELVA KA TACHER OF PIANO HARMONY Ormvtil t FOR TRUCK ami any kind of light and All Orders Given Promp: Itausauer Bros. PH ONCE 26 DR. F. W. DU:N CHIROPRACTOR D. 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