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September 7, 1922

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SEPTEMBER 7, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAITE 11 f DOUBLE PAGE FOR WOMEN  oUiu%niiratS:neele 1" oJ? t aWkfan r tthi nhrCth:n&apos;sing lthSTviClaoPwPnakSh daily paper for busy peop, ] Good News in Every Bank Book I ii!i' 'i!t!'-:: <ii't!hh: I of a proWsi-ieal'uaY;ueY a smile and strengthen your hol. I aesrlt tcravlte tr ta aP:Irt i !:mtal7 se:uhann "  ( hiilP a..T at!r:e" i't hg :h:a:: r; fn ele" e s!i [ you.I:arYawanha;nce,tie'nJUStthtamk:tw;t:dltlar  [ OITONVILLIE00sTATEBAN K m " ::: . 'iittthaenloe'n'iealoieivkeerevP n_] (, J Stark, Cashier Jn Car l'n' Pr H A' Stuck, . -- ]., . . * g -, [ " . ! The New Fall and Winter Styles are the 0eslgner em  flavor of tmt.h at th rht the fine hand of clothes foe model of the nor- aeeompUsbe Its a loose belt ta The ragtan With a novel material that but-  be fastetcl up tlts coat looks asainst wather. ts batul of full tt I oil Turn them carefully until well browned, then add a little water atd bake until tender, hasting two or thre tlm. If the water In the pan evap- orates, add more. Dish on a hot plat- ter, remove the strings and serve with a broa sauce. Qvorim's P}ttll I:Nmc- With peach time upon us some housewh-es fnay want to try this recipe: Peel firm, ripe .clingstone peaches and pack them Into a large stone Jar, cover with any good slrup. Cover with a plate and tie over all a cloth and set away in a cool plate. The fruit and sLrup will a delicious pickle in tvo months and grow mole dellclotm as one nears the bottom. Another method wh}ch has been tried In a told climate is to fill Jars with the peeled fruit, then fill every crevtoe with grtmulated sugar, seal and bury In a hole I the ground, eoer with hay and earth, leaving the Jars three feet under the soil In the spring, if you haven't lost your loca- thin, you will find a most dellcios peach preserve, which tastes like fresh peacbe& / Small berries like black, blue and raspberries may all be satisfactorily dried by placing them on trays well covered from files in the sun. The fruit should be dry enough to leave no stain when pinched between the flngex. Pack away from insects d'amIme, In a cool place. rlrtas Sehraitt FAIR 14, 1922 deiVing that has been staged in the ,lorthwest. On this day 'e are go- Zng to give away to the lucky party, : a New Overland Touring Car. The Urawing will commence at 5 o'clock and the holder of the lucky number. ust be on the grounds, at the time f drawing. Be sure and attend every ay of the fair because every ticket . u purchase gives you a chance of nmng thi fine new car that will be given to tlae lucky hohler. Only 50c admission wilt cotmt in this (Ira'wing. NOTE--Please remember that this shnot a Clinton Fair,-but a Fair of , people of Big Stone County. If Ires Fair is to be successful it must nave the support of the people of this and we "trust that you will this in mind on Sept. 11th, 12th, and 14th. There will be evening entertain- ts, eonsistir:g of Moving Pictures other attraction for which a 25e issien charze will be mad% GOING! P m - - -; I II i i __ m l _ --_ - o A BRAN pudding, termed by those to whom it was served as "simply .delicious," has been evolved by Francois Schmitt, pastry chef of the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York. Here it is: Four heaping teaspoonfuls bran, one tablespoonful flour, one-half tablespoonful corn starch, fou egg three tablespoonfuls sug', ono- half cup butter, one-half pi milk. Cho9 up butter with flomr, oorn starch, bran and half of the suga and add to boiling milk; r well on fire for about one minute, take off, mix in the four yolks. At last add the four whites beaten tiff with rest of sugar. Pour in weIl buttered and sugared form and set pan with a little water in bottom and bake in medium oveu for'abotrt thirty minutes. Serve with apricot sauce made as follows: Put contents of one small can of apricots through a sieve, add one-hal/ pound of sugar and let boil for abaut five minutea It Pays To Advertise A N*ew Hampshire girl advertised for a job, and among her other ac-" " complishments mentioned she could make good home brew. She received twenty-eight offers of a position and ninety-three proposals of marriage; two of these by telegraph.--"Way- side Tales." ,., , ,, , .=,..=.--=,.,...... w --" ", Women's and Misses' High-Class Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Furs, Waists and Petticoats Ready-to-Wear and Made-to-Measure as shown in the Fashion Book of VICTOR LADIES TAILORING COMPANY, CHICAGO tn these ganments you find the supreme in excellence anti maximum in value. They are especially noted fdr the beauty of the styles, the fine quality of materials and workmenship, the perfection in fit and reasonableness in price. Please bear in min(1 that the Victor Ladies Tailoring Company is strictly and ex- clusively a wholesale concern, and as their local dealer, we solicit your patronage with tbe same neighborly desire for your business as any other local merchant. In p'c*sing from this line you get the very best in value .and service and at the same time you are Patronizing Home InduStry and keeping your money in your own community. ] Ortonville Style Shop ! AGENT FOR Victor Ladies Tailoring Company, Chicago Prompt Service, Perfect Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed and Prices Always the Lowest iii Did You Get the Bottom Price, Af0000er All? The man who Imys a altm otTrsctmm  tire tmually finds ht troubled by the above Did he pay lesa for the tire than lab neighbor might have paid, or actually did he pay more? Did he get the bottom price., whett  is said and done, or could he perhaps have drtvea a sharper bargain? Wa the net price really more than he might have had to pay for a tire of established repumtlon and value? la the belief that the average motorist prefers a frank and opmx trmmaction we built the new Goodyear Cross.Rib Tread Cord and doumed the count" hx advan Inmead oflistlng It at ahtg price, to enable the dealer to am'ac you with a so.rolled  dtmt n w list It as low as we vt0000bly We build k of  tovqg.smple cottott, tmtng the patttd method of grouply o--on, and sell it at a lower than you are aked to pay foe many "long discount" tires of unknown worth. e theae ice m4th NE.prh  are added to pay for "long dimTunt"are$ 0xa4Ohr. ...... $12.50 3Ix4 Stralghtfftde.. $24.50 33x4)gStralghtsid..  OxS  Sld.. 13.:30 x4 Straight Side.. 25.2,5 34x44 Straight Side.. 323M,raigsid.. 19-2,5 3x4 Stralght$1de.. 25.90 33x5 S#tside., 39,10 31x4" StrghtSide'.. 22.20 32x4MStratSide.. 31.45 35x5 StralghtSide.. 41.0 Te trk t',ta manufacturer's exdse ta.. Rib Tread Cojd Tire are alsa made tn 6, 7 and & inch sie$ . FOR SALE BY Ii J. AI00THUI00. MATTHEWS il ,, ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA