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September 7, 1922

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SEPTEMBER 7, 1922 f THE ORTO.NTILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE 7 ;Back Credit Act No Part In Campaign No. 1; Every Platform For It Otto Gutknecht returned Saturday from a two weeks tour thru Northern Minnesota and North Dakota. Miss Mary Lewis left Monday for Minneapolis, after working at the L C. Clapp hame for two weeks. Mrs. Geo. Bak%r and daughter Ed- na, and Elsie Meyers, motored to Or-i tonville on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Louise Birk returned Friday morning from Ortonville, where she voters this year will has been spending the summer. unusual experience of pass- i Mrs. Fred Caeser of Ortonville is on a measure that is visiting with her parents, Mr. and i every political party in I Mrs. Pete Larson for a few days. [ , L.F. Woods, wife and children left easure is a constitutional for Minneapolis on Friday morning, which comes up at che: where they will spend a few days. on Nov. 7. Amend-! Miss Florence Wise of Ortonville, o. 1, the rural credits mad- I spent a few days last week dth rela- the outspoken endorsement, Lives at the Mike Luehsinger home. The platforms of i The Misses Bernice Hudson, Ber- Democratic and Farm-I , partie approve it in unmis- -erms. Politics plays no part i pE gn now under way in to obtain passage of the I J in the campaign for the I are emphasizing that the .signed to develop the! whole state, without i of cost to the tax payers. NEWS 1 O term of school opened vn ad Mrs. Mike Luchsinger spe-ti Ortonville. anti son, Duncan autoed on Monaay. was an Ol"tonville evening. returned Monday stay in Minneapolis. Ed. Menzel and daughter Glen I)arents in town \\;eanes,.ay. nice Scott, Lucile Hudson, Mable Mc- Coy, Elizabeth Hudson and Helen Vaughan were Appleton callers on Wednesday. A. W. Roske has started doing business in the Farmer's Land Office building and Chris. Bottge intends using the biulding formerly used as a Produce for his Grocery Store. @ @ Northwest Almond ] Bert Rothwell and Pat Daly filled their Silo last week. Mr. and Mrs. O. Benson visited at the Ben btegner home on Sunday. Miss Marie Dimberg entered high scimol in Clinton ou fueay, as a eiol'. Elmer Anderson of Ortonville is i visiting at tie Hilmer Anderson home I this week. 1 3iahlon McCartnev spent severalf days last week visiting friends in 1 Brainer,t. 1 Genevieve Young and ]renel M;s:,e., began high school Tuesdav, An(ier,on Sad. Mrs. j. C. Cordeman a:d as Fresmen. vSRea in Appleton on "lhurs-: 3I;:s Blossom Stephens and Cecil Brooks visited at the home of O. Ben- ad Mrs. Kenneth Cnright son on Tuesday. relatives in Miibank on V, ed- Mr. and 3irs. Theodore Anderson visited at the Jos. Dimberg home on and Mrs. Chas. Hudson Sunday evening. in Big Stone City on Miss Evangeline Payne, of St. Paul ls.asley Iowa: arrive,t on Monday morning to take of Ctarksville, up her work teaching in district No. ess caller in Correll on 25. Edquist a:v.1 Ads Jal]o were callers in Correll on and Chas. Reil start- with the Ford car Luchsinger spent a relatives near Orion- week. left Satur- where she will year. Baker, Mrs. R. Meyers Win were App!eon Aid is giving an Ice on the school lawn Fri- Sept. 8. Fruetel left for St. Paul where she will visit a few days. P. B. Greenfield, Miss Mrs. Ed. Birk, motored on Tuesday. Charlie Lowe and P. Miss Lillian Benson returned to her home m Brainerd, after spending a two months vacation at the home of her brother, Oliver Benson. i BEARDSLEY ITEMS { Miss LeonN-e Brady left Saturday for Minneapous. Joe Alrich and daughter Rosalia are visiting relatives at St. Cloud. Martin Anderson of Wildrose, N. D., is visiting his brother, Ed. Anderson. Fred Dittes and daughter Cather- ine, returned Sunday from Hillsboro, N. Dak. Chas Matthews of Prior was in: town b" urday distributing bills for his auction sale. i Rev. Fenscke and family are back from Fairfax, where they" have been visRing relatives. Miss Ethelwyn Weir 'arrived in Beardsley on Monday to visit her fa- ther, Dr. G. D. Weir. were business callers in Miss Ruth Bone left Monday for Thursday: i Moorhead, where she will teach in the Fruetel, Miss Kathryn State Teachers College. Miss Lucille Myers left Friday to take up her duties as tejIer in the Shakopee Public SchpoL Miss Helen Wright left for Grafton, Mrs. Lena Barr were Or- Wednesday. R. George returned home after spending two weeks with relatives. F. Woods, Misses Helen md Beth Hudson autoed on Wednesday. DeWall left for Apple- ay, where she will spend relatives at the H. N. D., on Sunday, where she will teach: music in the State School. E. A. Smith and sons, Claude and George and Frank Moon returned Saturday from Lake Mille Lees. Mrs. Traholt and daughter, Lola arrived home Monday, after several weeks visit with relatives in Iowa. i VALVI- IN-IlIAD mrCw # Master of the Road Seven Passenger Touring J143,5  rermemmts moeor,  body aDd eqummt ia Buick seven open car for 1923. m,,-%_ T,"em', rem;  mty  taev  o, Im,..24 .":-" " h a  of distlnctlve deslg tl la a ecml i,,..., a  gauge c the  a re-vlew mknx', a  lock, the  lever lu been extended. The le shows a completenen of equipment not to be found within a  doll of it pri -tmm power  ailit. -'.may new lxices which Buick offe or 192S.  Bade.l lim Jar 191 omln, i Jo modd: Pm. Co, $1175; 5 Pan. am, 81595; 5 Pa. $ Pa.. 8mt, $1985; . Pass. Coupe, #lS&; 7 Pa. llq$5; Sport Tou, $1076. Prie 1. o. b. Fit. 4#k about gl O. M. A. &  Plan. tohi, ptodd for Dflrrl Paymun. A. M. SEMRAU ODESSA, MINN. are bu.t, Bukk wm I,u dem _. , i Miss Blanche Bone left Satu-rdayi evening for Gilbert, Minn., where she will teach school the coming term. Miss Winifred Weir spent a fewl days visiting her father. She return-i ed to Minneapolis on Tuesday evening. Miss ttonor Flynn went to Moor- head on Tuesday morning where she will attend the State Teachers Col- lege. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Blackman and Mr. and Mrs. Jay BlacLman, visited l at the E. G. Blackrnan home last  week. Miss Marion Brady departed Tues-! day morning for Montana. She plans! on taking a trip thru Yelowstone Na- tional Park before resuming her school duties in Forsythe, Sept. 15. The Misses Mary Ehrnest, Marina Ehrnest and Mary Grenadier went to i Fargo on Monday. Mary stayed to: attend the State Teachers College, the others returning home Monday evening. I MALTA ! Oscar Shoquist is a dsitor at the State Fair this week. Mrs. J. Farley visited over Sunday at the Will Sanders home. A number of the old friends and neighbors in Malta attended the fu- neral of the late J. W. Whitten on Harold and Roy Britian have been filling silos for Shoquists, A Larson and Axel Hamberg the past week. Word was received Monday morn- ing that J. W. Whitten of Chokio had died at 10:30 Sunday night. Fu- neral services were held at the home tonday and the remains were taken Hillsboro, Ill., for interment. Mr. Whitten's aged father came to be with the son and Mr. Whitten to- gether with the wife and son Francis are returning to the old home town. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wiliams accom- panied the Whitten fartiily to St. Paul i and are expected hame Thursday. ! I NEWS AND COMMENT [! By The Independent ;! Will Hunt Crows--- Hunters in the vicinity of Benson a,e organizing teams for the purpose of waging war on crows. The Mon- itor of that city says: "The offering of a bounty of 10 cents each for ev- ery crow killed in Swift county and delivered to the office of the county auditor has stimulated interest in this sport, and next Sunday local nimrods will attempt to annex some of the government funds in this manner. The hunt will be conducted by teams, the losers to banquet the winners." Stage Comes Back nday. Up at Park Rapids, Minnesota, the Mrs. A. W. Carlson, Mrs. Mandus I transportation facilities on railroads Carlson and Mrs. Floyd Sims were l as a result of the strike have brought callers at Johnson and Chokio oat back into use the old stage coach method. The Enterprise of that town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Cenfiehl and i states that a large part of its first family, and Mrs. J. H. Greene, of I, and -=coon,! c]as mail is now receiv- Minneapolis drove over to Browns ied bv t!:e estahllshment of a sta;fe Valley last Sunday. I route" from Wadena. This plan save: ?,ir. an,{ Mrs. Roy Britian, Mr. and: 2 hours time in cor:.:pondence a:d Mrs. Arthur Olson, Leonard Joh:stoni will be continued in '.efinitely. and ]:2arl Larson left by car Tue.,iayl .... evening to attend the State Fair at I Motor Buses Newest Thing Hamline. ' One of the first attempts'in Min- G!adys Larson and Marirm Mot-! nesota and probably in the wevt to rill commenced school work at the] use direct drive from a gas engine in Clinton High School this week. Gla- i running an interurban was made dys is a Sophomore and Marion alyesterday morning on the Great Nor- Freshman. thern from Morris to Browns Valley,' Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Morrill motor-! says the Morris Tribune. e(l over to St. Cloud on Sunday. They! The passenger train taken off some l were accompanied by Miss 'helma* time a,o was put back on with this Force, who rmaine(l to attend Teach- selfpropel!ed car and the schedule ers' Cx)llee. Minneapo- will he adhered to as usual. The run Miss Alice Cenfiehl of will be made leaving Morris at 7:00 Its, spent Friday at the E. N. Cen - a. m. arriving Browns Valley at 9:00. field home and left Saturday morn-i It will then leave Browns Valley at inz for Dickinson, N. D., where she 8:00 p.m. and arrive in Morris two will teach the coming year. hours later. CURTIS HOTEL TENTH STREET AT F'O'URTN AVENUE M/nneapol/s - M/nnesota One whole dry block of beautiful Lobbie uraat and Shops. We Have the Plans for Any Building We are not merely retail lumber dealer's--we are that and specialists in building construction as well. We make it our business to keep up with the latest methods oP building and modern im- provements which may be had by using care in the preliminary plans. It makes no difference what the building project is that you may have in mind, we can be of service to you and offer this service gladly. Be it the construction of a home, a barn, a hog house, a chicken house, a corn crib, a machine shed or any other building for farm use, we have plans on file here that you should see before you go ahead. It is our belief that the present tame is most opportune to proceed with construction work. with the period of retrench- ment thru which we have passed the last few years at an end, a building boom must soon commence and you are well aware of the consequences. Right now materil and labor is plentiful and can be purchased at a low figure. Take advantage of these condition and BUILD IN '22. Local ,men will have charge o the! car and the run on the bra,00oh J. Purcell will be back on again as , conductor, while the locomotive part l ollows tli Ddiryco is expected to be given over to W. S. Ransom who is now at Benson. In looking over the car, one is giv- en the idea that everything is there. A 12 volt generator on the pump shaft charges a battery for lighting of the car and for the self starter. There is a speedometer to give the speed of the car, while a "safedemet- er" show.s the crank shaft speed and gives the operator valuable known edge about his motor. The motor itself of Midwest make, is of comfortable size with a bore of 4 3-4 inches and a stroke of 6 inches. It will delilrer six miles to a gallon of gas and over 400 miles to the gal- lon of lubricating oil. Considering[ the fact that the car weighs some 141 tons, the motor appears rather eco- nomical. The gasoline capacity is 50 gallons. Seats are provided for forty-six people with a baggage room eight feet long in the clear. Heating is i by hot water from a hard coal burn- er. Speed up to fifty miles an hour may be safely attained though the car is designed to run at 38 miles per hour. The drive is through the front truck of four wheels with the truck in the rear idle. Westinghouse "straight air" and a hand brake are provided. BE SURE. YOU ATTENO THE' Natio'o .al Dairy l'tlrtr,fl.tllthlt,l TWIN CITIff a..,l"t.g q,a 0 CT. 7 - 1 4 CATARRH Catarrh Is & Local dlseaao greatly in- fluenced by Constitutional conditions. HALL'B CATARRI-I MEDICINE oo- slats of an Ointment which gives Quick Relief by local application, and the Internal Medicine. a Tonic, which cts through the Blood on the Mucous Sur- faces and assists in ridding your  of Catarrh. oid by druggists for over 40 Ye'L F. J. heney & Co., Toldo, O. , ,.,, We pay Highest Price for Old Iron, Copper, Heavy Brass, Rags, Rubbers, Tire Pipe FRtimgs, Brass Goods, Belhing and Hose earrkd in stk. Acetylene Welding. The Ortonviile Foundry W. F. MULLICA, Prop. Phone 23 I II I Ill II II I I nSmC Think of it! Beginning on Saturday, S e p t. a n d continuing .Saturday, September 30, reclusive, we are offering our stock of newly pur- chased BRUNSWICK TIRES and TUBES --At-- 2000o Off Price Here's What You Will Save For instance: Reg. Price Sale Price 30x3/2 Fabric .......... $ 10.90 $ 8.70 30x3/2 BB-C Fabrlc .... 13.05 10.45 30x3/2 Cord ......... . ..... 16.50 13.20 34x4 Cord ................... 30.85 24.65 The above discount of 20 percent holds good on all sizes of Brunswick Tires. Above prices are for cash only Ortonville Tire Shop Gltm Harris, Prop. B0tsI0ra Lumber (0mpany " .... nSw00 , ' EAI000 WTONMILvILL00ER,MINM00?ager ' P00XnE:S:'00 q I I I I II II II II Ill ....