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f SEPTEMBER 7, 1922 iVlLLI: I@[P[NDI:NI EVERY THJJRSDAY by the &amp; Merchants Prining Co. Kaercher Managing Editor Paper of iiig Stone Cotmty. as second-class matter 18, 1920, at the postof.fice at Minn.. under the Act of 3, 1879. 3N .'::2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application Advertising Repremtave ] Pff_SS A...5OC IATION Advt. Represent ativ. SELECT LIT. Bank St. Paul {h St. - Miaapo WHAT A BOY COSTS you are wenty-one. You stand up clear-eyed, clear look all tim world squarely face. You are a manl You ever think, son how much to make a man out of you ? one has figtred up the cost of rearing a child. He says a young man to legal age, him and educate him costs which is a lot of money to flesh and blood. that isn't all. have cost )'our father .many and short dinners and streaks in his hair; and your boy, you will never know! ccst her days anti nights and wrinkles in her dear heartaches and sacrifices. been expensive to grow you, [ You are what we think you are, are worth all you cost--and much, I mre. sure of this: While father does- much, but "Hello Son", way in his tough, staunch heart you are the finest ever, and the little mother she simply her love and pride for of her eyes. are a man now. And some You must step into your father's He wouldn't like for you to old, but just the same he Young as he used to be. You man, he has been working hard for more than tweoty help yot up, and already is beginning to lean on that sober you, Twenty- has (lone pretty well, )1 can do better. You may not so, but he does. He has given t better chance than he had. In you can begin where he He expects a good deal from that is why he has tried to man of yore Don't flinch  World ill try you out. It will a test every fer in you, but made of good stuff. Once is fairly on your shoulders, it and scarcely feel it there be the willing and i mind. All hail to you on the time you are beginning the freight, and your back Your father and mother. You them up, won't you boy ? you pay them ? always a man!--Maben, O AL. SOCIAL t AND NEWS ITEMS @ Stutler motored to Lamber- on Sunday. Petrick was a business vis- on Monday. motored to Whoa- lay to call on frieQds. is the possessor of a coupe, purchased recently. Osman of Sisseton, was a visitor in this city on Wed- Benson of Minneapolis, call- Christensen sisters on Wed- Ljungdahl left Sunday where she will teach lad Mrs. Ed. Lundgren of Cor- business callers in this city Lambrecht spent the at Watertown, S. D:, visit- fail to see the women chase the Whetstone Valley Fair, F. L. Cliff and W. C. visitors at Cor- Coehran has leased her Ken Welch, who took pos- Halls left Wednesday for to attend the State Fair held there. Cornelisen left Fri- Minn., where she will this year. Davison teft Monday Station, where she will year. underwent an opera- apPendicitis at the local hos- molLing. friends at the Whet- Fair, September 20-21- be there. E. D. Peterson re- from a few W.D. Gowan left Wed.,esday night or iocrueelk o be l: aLf, ell- iAll,t a, ne ,a,e 1: air races. .ross n'ene rngaanl Le; Monday ,:llOli?ihg iOl" Viill,ar, where sle Will Lentil uurlng tile scnooi ye&r. H. . k'ulm lezt 5unaay night for Minneapolis to attend one 5tare Fair. lie expcc;s to i'eu:'li "llllStla). Airs. dolln Mahmqaist is enjoying a two weeks vacation trom her duties at tie Kolfitz Mere Co., Stere. The Big Stone District M:ssion* r(..eetmg wilt be ieid a: 3lonteviaeo[ anti Sacred Heart oiz the 1i-i2-13. 2,Iises Peggie Espclar, d of iowa andi Pauil:,e It e,metanu of .da,isor:, v.'ere i guest<.  o lutn tijehnel.,, ()' i ri(;ay.'., t R. H. biaucK o ti-m Cr;oviiie Drv{ ('ieani,g Co., spent a few da\\;s this i week at the State Fair at Mlnaeat.o- IIS. Leonarl Morris, who ha5 0eea em- ployed at BonaLza 31irmal Hprings left for his home in St. t'aui on Mon- dab'. E. A. Marks former Mayor of this city arrived Saturday from Pomona, California to spend a week visiting friends. The Congregational Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. J. Karn on Friday afternoon, Sept. 1. All are cordially invited. Misses Eva Jacobson and Irene War- ford left Monday for St. Cloud to at- tend the Teachers' Normal this com- ing year. S. A. Barr returned from Peever Wednesday, where he has been ex- hibiting the Deled Light Product at the Fair. Art Kuehn, who has been employed with the Kollitz Mere. Co., for the past year or so resigned his position Saturday. Mrs. Vincent Strong of Beardsley, is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. John Gowan a few clays this week. Carl Grosenick is the possessor of a nw Hupmobile purchased \\;Vednes- day from the Hupmobile agency at Montevideo. Mrs. Ocar .Everson and daughter left Wednesday for Peever to spend a few days with Mrs. Everson's father who reside there. They expect to return Friday. Miss Ann Gowan left Thursday for Glencoe, motoring to Hutchinson on to Minneapolis, for a days visit, going from there to Two Harbors, where she will take charge of the kindergarten department there this year. Jim Weiser, President of the First National Bank of Fargo, N. D., and daughter arrived Saturday to spend a couole of days visiting friends. Mr. Weiser was formerly President of the First National Bank of this city. F. L. McClellan of the McClellan Paper Company at Minneapolis, ac- companied by his wife and daughter, Mrs. Shattuck and Miss Kent, spent a few- days this week visiting Mrs. Mary Hubbard at her cottage on the Peninsula. Mr. and Mrs. God. Chesley and daughter Alma, left the first of the week for Minneapolis, where they will spend a few clays at the State Fair. From there Miss Alma will leave for Duluth, where she will tea year. thiIiss Florence Michelt leaves Thurs-I day morning for Minneapolis "to spend a *few davs visiting fr)efids. From 1 there she Will leave fp(Denver, Colo- rado, where she witlontinue her stu- dio( a the University, which corn - mences Sept. 1L Mrs. W. H. Matthews, who has been l i a resident of this city for many years, left this morning for Fargo, N. D., where she will make her future home. Mrs. Matthews has sohl her property near the lake to P. B. Vikre, who has taken possession of same. Barney Hill of Akron, who held an auction sale recently, will move to Haggensack in the northern part of Minnesota, where he has a forty acre farm. Mr. Hill's health has been greatly impaired since his return from seruce in the army during the war. Writing from Napa, California, Mrs. M. E. Conley, sends a chek for renewal of her subscription to the In- dependent with the words, "We have enjoyed your paper very much during the past year. I wish to thank you for your prompt and faithful mail- ing." Like Any Mortal We are mightily pleased because the public speaks so well of us. Well, it always seeme to turn out that way, if you give out, with whom you do business, the right sort of a deal. They are go- ing to boost your game. The only smooth thing about us is the perfect nmnner in which we plane our lumber. 00eier Lumber (o. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE G. W. Miller of the Ortonville Drug Co., lef tne frst ot tim week fro 31inneapolis to spenu a ew days a tne brae Fair. Frank Cask and Ernest Christen son o Lamoerton, .1i1111., moOoreU thru here last Thursday on their way to North Dakota. Miss Olive (4uarve of Louisburg, Minu., arrived .zoz,day a:ld will assis: 111 [lle office of the ltegister of Deeds ,or a sbort time. 51.-. 1;zet L ae.-:er ieft :ie first of ti-.e week =or Cozreii, to St).i(i a few (,a2,'s visiting at te nc,'n: c;" her fa- Mrz. H. Hipple a:-d :<': V. alter an,: ML-s Llia Lin(muist iei: tonga', bv ca: for Minneapolis to si:end a t:ew'(tas> at the Sta:e Yair. Mrs. Eu. Stei>lcht came over from ",illi,ar!k on Tue,day to visit her .";i Carl, who is employed at the Mil-i v,aukee station here. Clerk of Coug, Hayder, French is -I sued a marriage license this week to! Oscar Schna.:er of Big Stone anti El-i sic Klages of Akron. Lloyd Gerhardt, who is employed.! at the Park Garage, left the first of the week for Minneapolis to spend a few days at the State Fair. Mrs. E. Lyseng of Clinton trans- acted business in Ortonville on Mon- day. While here she renewed her subscription to the Independent. Miss Alma Groth of Milbank ac- companied her mother to this city, where the latter entered the local hospital for medical atte::tion. Ethel Steen, daughter of Ole I. Steen, and Edna Gustafson, daughter of Oscar Gustafson, are attending the Commerical College at Mankato. The Cradle Rorl of the Methodist church met at the church parlors last[ Thursday, at which officers were el-[ ected. Refreshments were served. [ Jack McCoy of Minneapolis, mo- tored thru this city Wednesday[ morning on his way to enter the i State Fair races to be held there. Dr. A. M. Strom motored to Minne- apolis Sunday, returning Tuesday morning. He attended the State Fair which is now being held there. Pat Holloran of Groton, S. D., was a business visitor in this city Monday. Mr. Holloran was formerly employed at the Milwaukee station in this city. R. Miller, traveling representative for the Athletic Poster Co., of Minne- apolis, was a business caller in this city Tuesday. Mr. Miller formerly lived on a farzn near Clinton. Mrs. C. W. Kollitz, Miss C. W. Ro- dine, and Carl and Helen, returned by car Saturday from Mentor, 'Minn., where they have been visiting. C.W. Kollitz left the earlier part of last week to accompany them home. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Potter and[ Sena and Della Sehwensfrier of Or-i Mrs. W. D. Gowan and children re- Miss Reba Potter accompanied by Joe leans, Minn., arrived the latter part of turned from Montevideo on Sunday Leighton left today by car for Min- the week and expect to spend three] night, where they have been visiting neapolis, to attend the State Fair. Bob Hasslen, Ed. Carlson and Elvin Jacobson expect to leave Saturday night for St. Peter, where they will enroll at Gustavius Adolphus college Miss Helen Bertelson resumed her duties at the Ortonville Drug Co., on Monday, after spending a few days at Minneapolis atten(hng the Sta*e Fair. Mr. anti Mrs. F. W. Murphy came ,Iov<: from Wheaton on Wednesday. 3h'. Murphy attended to bu:dness matters in connection with his law practise. Mis:, Martha Kigge returned to i her home in Gibbon, Minnesota on Sat.ar(h::.', after -p,:ndbg her sum- mer vacation here with friends and relatives. Mi.ses Lueile Seholberg and Hulda Malmquist drove down to Montevi- deo on Monday to accompany Miss {Gene Scholberg, who will teach there this year. Miss Marie Mountford left Friday for Iron Wood, Mich., where she will teach the coming year. Mrs. W. Mountford accompanied her as far as Minneapolis. Mrs. F. E. Davison and daughter Loiva, accompanied by Miss Hertha Gerber, spent Sunday at Montevideo visiting F. E. Davison, who is em- ployed there. Theodore and Theodorica Hillstrom who have been visiting the past month at the home of their uncle, Chas. Hill- strom, left for their home at St. Paul .on Saturday. TOmT00O quality that can not be duplioated weeks visiting at the home of their i for the past few days with Mrs. Cow- aunt, Mrs. A. H. F. Grosenick. 1 an's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Kelly. For  at your Dealer Made in five grades ASK FOR TH YEI3.)W PENCIL WITH THE RED EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Why You Should Have a Bank Account A Bank account has many ad- vantages. Among others, it enables you to keep correct tab on your income. It systematizes your financia; affairs. Stimulates thrift and places you in the best possible position to get ahead. Your ac- count will receive proper care at The First National Bank of 0rtonville Have Changed Location I wish to announce that on Monday, September 4th I change locations from the Matthews' building opposite the Ortonville Bottling Works to the Dr. E. N. Sehoen Building located at the rear of the Pioneer Store Cooperative Company formerly the office of Dr. E. N. Schoen. When in need of Ford RepaMng, Ford Parts and accessories, please bear me in mind for I can save you money. Art Pufahl Tile LORA00I(00I00R STO(K (0MPANI ORPHEUM Theatre, Ortonville ONE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, SE00. 11 Opening Play "The FIRST AMERICAN" A First Class Play Presented By A First Class Company. ' Feature Vaudeville Between Acts. All Special Scenery Ladies Wil Be Admitted FREE Monday Night When ELIZABETH BARTLEY Accompanied By Paid Ad- LEADING LADY mission. Lady or Gent. Prices: children 15c; adults 50c. War tax included Gasoline For Every Motor Car URING June, 1922, 271 thousand automobiles and trucks were pro- duced as against 180 thousand cars in June, 1921, and 256 thousand cars in May, 1922. This is a new high record. The estimated increase for 1922 in autmn bile registration for the 10 states served by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is 500,000, making a probable registration for tiffs territory of 3,850,000 automobiles and trucks besides a largely increased number of tractors. This means that the already etmrmmm demand for petroleum products will be materially increased. To meet this demand requires unremitting effort on the part of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana). When You look down the street and see the curb lined with automobiles, parked so closely that you have difficulty in finding space for your car, multiply what yon see by hundreds of streets in hundreds of towns 1 over the Middle West and you will have a faint conception of the problem confront- mg the petroleum industry. Next consider that the Standard O Com- pany (Indiana) is performing witlmut a hitch a large part of the job of su " this multitude of machines with fueP is made possible by a superb organization and by keen appreciation of human in The same spirit of progressiveness which is applied to retming methods, , stills, storage depots, and to distributing units is also applied to the personnel of 26 thousand men and women all in in carrying out the Company's policy of ser ing the pubhc well. Standard Oil Company , i Ill I I |ll ] 910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago I