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September 7, 1922     The Ortonville Independent
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September 7, 1922

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JPAGE 4 THE ORTONWILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, Peaches SI'O0 Per Crate Supply YOUR CANNING NEEDS 1000 Crates Extra Fancy Wash- ington Elberta Peaches . $1.00 Crate 100 Crates Extra Fancy Wash- ington Italian Plums . . $1.20 Crate 50 Crates Extra Fancy Wash- ington Bartlett Pears . . $2.75 Crate From Car in R. R. Yards, to Arrive Week of Sept. 11 "Cream of the Crop" Washington Fruit at Lowest Prices of the Season. Plenty of Sugar, Fruit Jars, Rubbers, Etc., at the Different Stores. Pioneer Store Co-op. Co. A. C. Saeger Kollitz Mercantile Co. OUR MISSIN FIND THE MISS::qG CONDITIONS OF THE CONTEST:---In one or more ads on this page a word has out. Read the ads carefully and see if you can supply the missing words. Write your rdaeet of paper and sign your name and address at the bottom. Place in a plain envelope it to the independent office. Only contestants 15 years of age and over will be allowed to writing your answer specify the ads, and the lines in whtda the words are missing, giving A Complete Line of Watches on Displ:ty Come in and look them over. You will find the price you expect to pay. They range in price from $10.00 to $80.00. No matter what price you pay you/always get a watch that keeps accurate time and after all, that is why you carry a watch. No matter whether you desire a new watch yourself or want to buy one for a gift be sure to in- spect our display before decid- ing. Also a fine line of bracelet watches. LEAVE IT TO-- PALM The Jew eler .J What happens when you wash clothes with a "DAYLIGHT" If you look through a magnifying glass you will see that the cloth looks like a screen. Where the clothes are stained or soiled will appear to be a film on the cloth and in between the meshes. When warm soapy water comes in contact with this dirt the water softens it and dissolves part of it, but, like the screen on your window, it still clings to the meshes unless it is forced off. Here is where the "Daylight" .triple disc cones come iv to play a big part in cleaning clothes. If you are still looking through your glass you see that the suction and force of air and water pushes the softened dirt out from between the meshes of the cloth just as water from a hose cleans the screens. Best of all, this type of cleaning causes no wear on the fine meshes that make up the fabric, for there is no tumbling, pulling or twisting. It is this aerating feature of the "Daylight" washer that causes blanket manufacturers to say the "Daylight" is the only home washer that can thoroughly and correctly wash blankets and restore their original softness. The "Daylight" way of washing clothes is sim- ple and natural. It harnesses to electric power a method .women have been applying by hand for two generations. The old hand cone is familiar to every housewife. The "Daylight" applies the old mt-h'd in a correct systematic, untiring manner. The "Daylight" is also equipped with attach- ments to run with Gas engine. Ortonville Implement Company OSTLIND & ANDERSON, Proprietors ORTONVILLE, MINN. CALL AT THE Wife Saving Station Westinghouse Sales and Service Store Deice Light Products Fraasch Electric Co. Bellingham, Minnesata. FOR YOUR Radio and Electrical Goods You will want ready for knock the ears Saeger's Specials Corn Flakes 25c 3 packages ............................ McMurray Jelly Dessert 25c 3 packages for .................... Premium Soda Crackers in 70c 4 pound Caddies at ............ Olives in quart jars at ......................................... ... Peaberry Coffee, special for j Saturday only, per lb. P. & G. Soap, 10 bars for ......................................... A. C. SAEt]E PHONE 37