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PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i ill i | i J ll| i| iml, J , i ..... , i THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, Clinton News Items and Fair Specia School At Clinton R.F. Ross, O. T. Harrisnn, Carl O1- Taking Road Census. , Anderson Plane Breaks Propeller. take part in the performance in the --Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Opened On Tuesday n, A. E. Howe and Rev. Adams, ac- William and GeoPge Campbell have Saturday afternoon an aeroplane afternoon.--Independent Press, Madi- Books and other School -orapanied by their wives went to een on duty from 6 a. m. Sunday landed in the field south of the ele- son. I Tyler&apos;s Variety Sore, Iorris on Monday to take part in the norning last and will be on the job vators for the purpose of advertising The Clinton school opened Tuesday [tennis Tournament at that place. Rev. until 12 o'clock next Saturday night, the Flying Circus to be held at Madi- morning, September 6, with the facul- '.dams played with Ortonville. taking count of all the vehicles tra- son Sunday afternoon, also to take ty as follows: versing the north and south road, No. up any one for a ride who desired First and Second grades--Miss An- , 6, at this place. Their data so far to do so and had the price of $5.00. derson, Moorhead, Minn. Northwest Almond compiled is quite interesting. Up to rlhe plane was piloted by a young man Third and Fourth grades---Miss :o " 12:00 o'clock last night 1546 motor from Ortonville. H. O. Stromswald Mabel Holmstead, Wheaten, Minn. School began this week in Districts vehicles had passed, them in five days, was the first to go up, but due to a EATS Fifth and Sixth grades--Miss Jo- o. 19 and 28. an average of 309 per day. Sunday gang plow getting in the road of the sic Olson, Clinton, Minn. Seventh and Eighth grades--Mira Miss Mayme Erickson was a Grace- was the heaviest daw with 457 and plane before it could rise off the Agnes Hanratty, Graceville, Minm file visitor Tuesday. Wednesday the lightest with 225. ground and in trying to avoid the Agriculture and Manual Training - Miss Marie Dimberg is resuming About two-thirds of the autos are plow one of the wings caught in the R. B. Fall, Clinton, Minn. her school work in Clinton as a Jtm- "Henrys." Of the 1199 Minnesota ground, cadsing the plane to tip for- Assistant PrineipalMiss Breiholz, ior. cars which passed 664 were light cars ward on its nose and broke the pro- Just a word about them. and 535 in the heavy class. So far peller. They secured a nw propel- Pipestone, Minn. Misses Anne and GJadys Benson of eighteen different varieties of "for- ler from Minneapolis and repaired the Domestic Science---Miss Terwilli- Brainerd spent the week-end at the Let us assure all visitors to the Fair that Ker, Boulder, Colorado. Joseph Dimberg home. eign" or outside of the state cars have plane Sunday morning, after which been recorded these coming from a few got a chance to ride before they they will receive the same attention and the PrincipalN. M. Davis, Belap, IL A number of Clinton young people Kansas, Missouri, Michigan, Illinois were due to leave to be on hand to enjoyed a "menol feed" at the Me- Iowa, Texas, South Dakota, Wiscon- same quality of cooking on those days as Hotel Changes Hands. arttey home Monday evening, sin, North Dakota, California, Nebras- Roach's hotel changed hands this they receive on ordinary days. week, whereby Bert Barton beeame the Mies Anne and Gladys Benon, ka, Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, new proprietor. The Barrens have .iarie Dimberg and Ruth Hanson via- Colorado, Alabama, Indiana and Can- ted at the Lindholm Bros. home last ada. Of these, the cars from South We furnish good meals at reasonable prices moved into their new place and are now ready to serve the public. Mr. Monday. Dakota and Iowa are the most hum- Roach will visit for awhile with his Miss Thelma Force, Mrs. Jean Me- erous. The data is being gathered by Candy, Cigars, Pop. daughter, Mrs. Pat Duly before go- 'n-tney and daughter ,Mattie took a the MinnesotB Highway Commision re-hundred mile auto'trip thru the in determining the future necessities ing to make his home with his son, Lunches At All Hours Roy, at Austin, Minn. :outhern part of this state last week. of road construction.Graceville En- Among the places they visited were terprise. Assisted Boy Souts At Outing. "uverne, Jackson and Pipestone, Traverse Fair To Be Better..nas' e's Care Mrs. F. M. Beaty returned on Men- Minnesota, and Spirit Lake and Or- The coming Traverse County Fair, (lay night from her three wee k eans, Iowa. September ]4, 15. 16, and 17, is shap- camping expedition at Annmrdale, near St. Cloud. Mrs. Beaty was su-: McCallums To Hold Sale. ing .up for the best four days ever perintending a large troop of Bo}  On Tuesday afternoon, J. H, Erick- iven the people of Traverse county Clinton, Minnesota. Scouts. :r,n, accompanied by Gilbert and Lea- at a Fair. There will be fun for old lie McCallura, went to Wheaten, to and young. Exhibitors are making Arthur Erickson has taken a post- ,ake arrangements with Mr. Otto entries daily and Secretary Bruns lion in the schools at Webster, S. D. Neuman, to hold a joint Shorthorn says the exhibits will be unusually Let Us Have v.uction sale, of the surplus registered good in every respect. The races are Miss Inez Black left on Friday for Montevideo where she will teach tock frorK the McCallum and Neu- going to be fast and thrilling and the Your Order school, man farms. Arrangements were Flying Circus is heralded as marne- made to hold such a sale, either the lous.--Wheaton Gazette-Reporter. When in town Fair G. M. Johnso-and family drove to last of September or early in Octo- During the Four Days of th, Dawson last Sunday to spend the day ber, at the Neuman farm, east of Benson To Have Armory. Week and get your with relatives. Wheaten. Further particulars willbe The Attorney General has approved, supply of Groceries Amy Sweezy will teach the Eck- iven on the bills, which will be out the deed to the proposed armory site ' '------" '  lund school again this year which will soon. This will be an opportunity to on the corner east fromhe public where they are al- , ; begin the 12th. et hold of some gilt edged breeding' library, and indications are that work ways f r e s h and Miss Bernice Hewitt will teach the stock.--Clinton Advocate. on the erection of an armory and where the price is  * community building wilt be commenced third grade at Appleton. She left for alway right. her work last Sunday. No Waterworks Now. during September.--Benson Monitor. Professor Davis has rented the Car- Tuh.tay was the last day in which KUBANKA HEAT FOR SALE. S D Salveson "ds could be filed for the construe- This wheat is rust-resisting and this " tie Olson house for the school year ']n of a system of waterworks for year yielded, in this territory about The Grocer Hamburger and moved in Saturday. {ig Stone and a dozen or fifteen were twice as much per acre as Marquis. ly good, per lb ..... Miss Clara Sweezy left on Men- here to size up,he situation and get Orders for mme;,mte" '" delvery will be Clinton, Minn. day for Mankato to take a business in their bids.  Most of them were en- received at the Citizens State Bank, course in the school there. I tirely willhng to take city bonds for Beardsley, Minn. "18-2 =, Steak, all kinds, Martin Erickson and fmily are pay for the plant but they would not ...... . pound now comfortably settled in their new I consider taking the five per cent bonds - bungalow in Plummer's addition, authorized by the voters a couple  Stew, per lound ...... Mrs. W. L. Ross is visiting at the I years ago except at a discount. home of her parents at Peever, S.D. The council were not inclined to ab Home Made Bologna but is expected home this week. low the bonds to go at a discoupt and The Miller elevator at this place under the circumstances the repre- SPECIALS At and Wieners operated by Win. Mills was closed on sentatives of the construction corn- Tuesday for the balance of the sea- panics refused to file their bids.-- like these), per lb. son. Big Stone Headlight. J , i J Miss Blossom Stephens will teach the Hegge school for the c(mling year ' ' The and will begin her work next MOn-day. S & S Garage Meat Three little children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paffrath have been very sick with Cholera infantum but are now rooove00ing Clinton, Minnesota c.D. Adolphson, Arthur Storiem and wife have moved into the rooms over George Bartons Clinton, which were vacated this week by the Bert Barton family. The E Ladies was ent.r- During Fair Week Only ...... " rained this week in the church base- ment by Mrs. R. F. Ross, Mrs. L. A. Larson and Mrs. Fall. lg'll Mrs. Wennblom gave a parcel 'OBuLL. STOP at shower on Friday in honor of her Ford Radiators .......... , ......... $20.00 niece, Miss Stella Erickson. About sixty guests were present. Lyon Bumpers ...................... $10.00 Dr. Plonty, MissGierre, J.H. Erick- DURHAM The Clinton Garage son, Cyrus Erickson, and Loye Eng- land were among those who attended the tennis tournament at'Morris, tobacco makesSO Others Priced Accordingly  On Fair Days or any other Day, You'll Get Miss Maida Wheeler has resigned ood ia her position in the school at Moose {: res for Lake, Minn., owing to the serious condition of her far's health. I ]0 SATISFACTORY SERVICE WITH Art. Sweezy is working on the race We wantyou to have the CORRECT PRICES. " track this week( with his big engine t best paper for "BULL." ' ' and grader, getting the track in good So now you can reoehte With eaoh package a book condition for the races at the county[ If you want to rent a FORD, see us. We fair. el 24 lea,, .t t11.-- let out Fords to responsible parties for Rev. Franzen, the new pastor of the the very finest olgarette Swedish Lutheran church has ar- paper in the world, charge of 15 cents per mile. rived with his family and are settled  , Support the in their new home. They will be a pyw./ , - NEVER CLOSED DURING FAIR school.Welcme addition to the town and 2......e.. Big Stone ty%un'- Fair TIME. Free Air and Soft Water. ....... We sell the Hart-Parr Tractor--it gives Sept. 12 to 15 real service and is noted'for its economy. You'll Get Hungry 0 OLDFIELD'pERFECTIoNFEDERAL'TIREsAND i Now is the time to build and get ready for- (;an--rge while attefiding the Fair. There's o question winter. The Clinton about that. I,umber is 40 per cent lower than a year ago ' Neither is there any.question about where to Other building materials have dropped in M. RASMUSSEN, Proprietor. satisfy that hunger, proportion. Clinton, Minnesota. Folks who eat at the KORNER KAFE are satis- Labor is down and needs em'ployment. fled customers--the only kind that it pays to have. GET YOUR REPAIRING DONE BEFORE COLD WEATHER You, too, will want: a satisfied feeling, so eat with us. C.A. Johnson Lumber Co. Kodak Finishing THE KORNER KAFE Clinton, Minnesota. Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from C. A. REINHART, Proprietor Everything In Building Materials your favorite films. [T . Clinton, Minnesota. * V I K PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i ill i | i J ll| i| iml, J , i ..... , i THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, Clinton News Items and Fair Specia School At Clinton R.F. Ross, O. T. Harrisnn, Carl O1- Taking Road Census. , Anderson Plane Breaks Propeller. take part in the performance in the --Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Opened On Tuesday n, A. E. Howe and Rev. Adams, ac- William and GeoPge Campbell have Saturday afternoon an aeroplane afternoon.--Independent Press, Madi- Books and other School -orapanied by their wives went to een on duty from 6 a. m. Sunday landed in the field south of the ele- son. I Tyler's Variety Sore, Iorris on Monday to take part in the norning last and will be on the job vators for the purpose of advertising The Clinton school opened Tuesday [tennis Tournament at that place. Rev. until 12 o'clock next Saturday night, the Flying Circus to be held at Madi- morning, September 6, with the facul- '.dams played with Ortonville. taking count of all the vehicles tra- son Sunday afternoon, also to take ty as follows: versing the north and south road, No. up any one for a ride who desired First and Second grades--Miss An- , 6, at this place. Their data so far to do so and had the price of $5.00. derson, Moorhead, Minn. Northwest Almond compiled is quite interesting. Up to rlhe plane was piloted by a young man Third and Fourth grades---Miss :o " 12:00 o'clock last night 1546 motor from Ortonville. H. O. Stromswald Mabel Holmstead, Wheaten, Minn. School began this week in Districts vehicles had passed, them in five days, was the first to go up, but due to a EATS Fifth and Sixth grades--Miss Jo- o. 19 and 28. an average of 309 per day. Sunday gang plow getting in the road of the sic Olson, Clinton, Minn. Seventh and Eighth grades--Mira Miss Mayme Erickson was a Grace- was the heaviest daw with 457 and plane before it could rise off the Agnes Hanratty, Graceville, Minm file visitor Tuesday. Wednesday the lightest with 225. ground and in trying to avoid the Agriculture and Manual Training - Miss Marie Dimberg is resuming About two-thirds of the autos are plow one of the wings caught in the R. B. Fall, Clinton, Minn. her school work in Clinton as a Jtm- "Henrys." Of the 1199 Minnesota ground, cadsing the plane to tip for- Assistant PrineipalMiss Breiholz, ior. cars which passed 664 were light cars ward on its nose and broke the pro- Just a word about them. and 535 in the heavy class. So far peller. They secured a nw propel- Pipestone, Minn. Misses Anne and GJadys Benson of eighteen different varieties of "for- ler from Minneapolis and repaired the Domestic Science---Miss Terwilli- Brainerd spent the week-end at the Let us assure all visitors to the Fair that Ker, Boulder, Colorado. Joseph Dimberg home. eign" or outside of the state cars have plane Sunday morning, after which been recorded these coming from a few got a chance to ride before they they will receive the same attention and the PrincipalN. M. Davis, Belap, IL A number of Clinton young people Kansas, Missouri, Michigan, Illinois were due to leave to be on hand to enjoyed a "menol feed" at the Me- Iowa, Texas, South Dakota, Wiscon- same quality of cooking on those days as Hotel Changes Hands. arttey home Monday evening, sin, North Dakota, California, Nebras- Roach's hotel changed hands this they receive on ordinary days. week, whereby Bert Barton beeame the Mies Anne and Gladys Benon, ka, Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, new proprietor. The Barrens have .iarie Dimberg and Ruth Hanson via- Colorado, Alabama, Indiana and Can- ted at the Lindholm Bros. home last ada. Of these, the cars from South We furnish good meals at reasonable prices moved into their new place and are now ready to serve the public. Mr. Monday. Dakota and Iowa are the most hum- Roach will visit for awhile with his Miss Thelma Force, Mrs. Jean Me- erous. The data is being gathered by Candy, Cigars, Pop. daughter, Mrs. Pat Duly before go- 'n-tney and daughter ,Mattie took a the MinnesotB Highway Commision re-hundred mile auto'trip thru the in determining the future necessities ing to make his home with his son, Lunches At All Hours Roy, at Austin, Minn. :outhern part of this state last week. of road construction.Graceville En- Among the places they visited were terprise. Assisted Boy Souts At Outing. "uverne, Jackson and Pipestone, Traverse Fair To Be Better..nas' e's Care Mrs. F. M. Beaty returned on Men- Minnesota, and Spirit Lake and Or- The coming Traverse County Fair, (lay night from her three wee k eans, Iowa. September ]4, 15. 16, and 17, is shap- camping expedition at Annmrdale, near St. Cloud. Mrs. Beaty was su-: McCallums To Hold Sale. ing .up for the best four days ever perintending a large troop of Bo}  On Tuesday afternoon, J. H, Erick- iven the people of Traverse county Clinton, Minnesota. Scouts. :r,n, accompanied by Gilbert and Lea- at a Fair. There will be fun for old lie McCallura, went to Wheaten, to and young. Exhibitors are making Arthur Erickson has taken a post- ,ake arrangements with Mr. Otto entries daily and Secretary Bruns lion in the schools at Webster, S. D. Neuman, to hold a joint Shorthorn says the exhibits will be unusually Let Us Have v.uction sale, of the surplus registered good in every respect. The races are Miss Inez Black left on Friday for Montevideo where she will teach tock frorK the McCallum and Neu- going to be fast and thrilling and the Your Order school, man farms. Arrangements were Flying Circus is heralded as marne- made to hold such a sale, either the lous.--Wheaton Gazette-Reporter. When in town Fair G. M. Johnso-and family drove to last of September or early in Octo- During the Four Days of th, Dawson last Sunday to spend the day ber, at the Neuman farm, east of Benson To Have Armory. Week and get your with relatives. Wheaten. Further particulars willbe The Attorney General has approved, supply of Groceries Amy Sweezy will teach the Eck- iven on the bills, which will be out the deed to the proposed armory site ' '------" '  lund school again this year which will soon. This will be an opportunity to on the corner east fromhe public where they are al- , ; begin the 12th. et hold of some gilt edged breeding' library, and indications are that work ways f r e s h and Miss Bernice Hewitt will teach the stock.--Clinton Advocate. on the erection of an armory and where the price is  * community building wilt be commenced third grade at Appleton. She left for alway right. her work last Sunday. No Waterworks Now. during September.--Benson Monitor. Professor Davis has rented the Car- Tuh.tay was the last day in which KUBANKA HEAT FOR SALE. S D Salveson "ds could be filed for the construe- This wheat is rust-resisting and this " tie Olson house for the school year ']n of a system of waterworks for year yielded, in this territory about The Grocer Hamburger and moved in Saturday. {ig Stone and a dozen or fifteen were twice as much per acre as Marquis. ly good, per lb ..... Miss Clara Sweezy left on Men- here to size up,he situation and get Orders for mme;,mte" '" delvery will be Clinton, Minn. day for Mankato to take a business in their bids.  Most of them were en- received at the Citizens State Bank, course in the school there. I tirely willhng to take city bonds for Beardsley, Minn. "18-2 =, Steak, all kinds, Martin Erickson and fmily are pay for the plant but they would not ...... . pound now comfortably settled in their new I consider taking the five per cent bonds - bungalow in Plummer's addition, authorized by the voters a couple  Stew, per lound ...... Mrs. W. L. Ross is visiting at the I years ago except at a discount. home of her parents at Peever, S.D. The council were not inclined to ab Home Made Bologna but is expected home this week. low the bonds to go at a discoupt and The Miller elevator at this place under the circumstances the repre- SPECIALS At and Wieners operated by Win. Mills was closed on sentatives of the construction corn- Tuesday for the balance of the sea- panics refused to file their bids.-- like these), per lb. son. Big Stone Headlight. J , i J Miss Blossom Stephens will teach the Hegge school for the c(mling year ' ' The and will begin her work next MOn-day. S & S Garage Meat Three little children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paffrath have been very sick with Cholera infantum but are now rooove00ing Clinton, Minnesota c.D. Adolphson, Arthur Storiem and wife have moved into the rooms over George Bartons Clinton, which were vacated this week by the Bert Barton family. The E Ladies was ent.r- During Fair Week Only ...... " rained this week in the church base- ment by Mrs. R. F. Ross, Mrs. L. A. Larson and Mrs. Fall. lg'll Mrs. Wennblom gave a parcel 'OBuLL. STOP at shower on Friday in honor of her Ford Radiators .......... , ......... $20.00 niece, Miss Stella Erickson. About sixty guests were present. Lyon Bumpers ...................... $10.00 Dr. Plonty, MissGierre, J.H. Erick- DURHAM The Clinton Garage son, Cyrus Erickson, and Loye Eng- land were among those who attended the tennis tournament at'Morris, tobacco makesSO Others Priced Accordingly  On Fair Days or any other Day, You'll Get Miss Maida Wheeler has resigned ood ia her position in the school at Moose {: res for Lake, Minn., owing to the serious condition of her far's health. I ]0 SATISFACTORY SERVICE WITH Art. Sweezy is working on the race We wantyou to have the CORRECT PRICES. " track this week( with his big engine t best paper for "BULL." ' ' and grader, getting the track in good So now you can reoehte With eaoh package a book condition for the races at the county[ If you want to rent a FORD, see us. We fair. el 24 lea,, .t t11.-- let out Fords to responsible parties for Rev. Franzen, the new pastor of the the very finest olgarette Swedish Lutheran church has ar- paper in the world, charge of 15 cents per mile. rived with his family and are settled  , Support the in their new home. They will be a pyw./ , - NEVER CLOSED DURING FAIR school.Welcme addition to the town and 2......e.. Big Stone ty%un'- Fair TIME. Free Air and Soft Water. ....... We sell the Hart-Parr Tractor--it gives Sept. 12 to 15 real service and is noted'for its economy. You'll Get Hungry 0 OLDFIELD'pERFECTIoNFEDERAL'TIREsAND i Now is the time to build and get ready for- (;an--rge while attefiding the Fair. There's o question winter. The Clinton about that. I,umber is 40 per cent lower than a year ago ' Neither is there any.question about where to Other building materials have dropped in M. RASMUSSEN, Proprietor. satisfy that hunger, proportion. Clinton, Minnesota. Folks who eat at the KORNER KAFE are satis- Labor is down and needs em'ployment. fled customers--the only kind that it pays to have. GET YOUR REPAIRING DONE BEFORE COLD WEATHER You, too, will want: a satisfied feeling, so eat with us. C.A. Johnson Lumber Co. Kodak Finishing THE KORNER KAFE Clinton, Minnesota. Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from C. A. REINHART, Proprietor Everything In Building Materials your favorite films. [T . Clinton, Minnesota. * V I K PAnE 2 THE ORTONV|LLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER, Clinton News Items and Fair S School At Clinton Opened On Tuesday "fine CHiton school opened Tuesday moing, September 6, with the fa]= ty as follows: First and Second graeMiss An- derson, M'rhead, Minn. Tird d Fourth graMiss Mabel Holmstead, Wheaton, Minn. Fifth and Sixth KradeMiss Jo- sie Ols, Ointon, Minn. Sth and Eighth Krades-Mi Agnes Hty, Gville, Min Agrleultun and Manna] Trainin B* FaR, Clinton, Minn. Anlstant Ptinpat--Miss Bmthols, lpestune, Ml Dottle Seienee---Mi Teil- gee. Boulder, Colorado Prineipa]--N. M. Davis, Beap, In. -- njoyed a "menol feed,, at the Reel Chlug Ha.ds. curtsey home Monday evening. Roach's hotel changed hands this wk, whex-by Bert Barton bee the Mi Anne and Gladys Benon, lae Dimberg and Ruth Hanso. vis- n proprietor. The Bartns have moved into their new place and axe 'xd at the Lindholm Bus. ho ILst W nady to e the public. Mr Monday. Roach will visit for awhile vth hi Miss Thelma Fo, Mrs. Jean Me- daughter, Mrs. Pat DaZy heron g ,,rtney ad daughter jMattie took a ing to ke hls home with his son ,e-hundred mt}e auto'trlp this the Roy at Atin Minn outhern part of ths state It wk, ........... Xmong the ples they visited  Asslsted Boy Souts At Outing. uvee, Jackson and Pipestone, Mr F, M, Beery returned on MOB- Minnesota, and Spirit Lake and o .flay night frQ her three week) leans, Iowa mping expedition at Annandale, near St. Cloud, Mrs, Beaty was so- M Callum To Hold Sale+ + .s .... t y  stock fror the MeCa[lum and Neu- i tendin a tar troo of Bo On Taqday afternoon, J. H. Enek- per n g ge p ) ra. accompanied by GilbC.rt and LeS- SCU+" -- lie McCalI+ wet to +Vheaton, to Arthur Eriekson has taken a pi- "ke arrangements w!th Mr- Otto ton n the schoos at Websr S. D. Neum an, to hold a emt Shorthorn M/ s ]z Black left On F 'd a f r nction sale, of the surplus registered monvmeo wncm sue writ teach seh[ I man fas Arrangements were  made to hold such a sale, either the G, M. JohnsoI+,+nd family drove to }nt of Septlber or ear!y i Otto- Dawson last Sunday to spend the (lay he r at the Neuman fa east of with relatlve i Whenon. Further particulars wilfbe Amy Sweezy will teach the ]':k- I iven ca the bilIs, which will be out ld h] again this year which will I soon. This wiH be an opportunity to begin the 12th. get hold of some gilt edged breeding Miss Berni Hewitt wilt th the I stock,--Clinton Advate. B F ................ + ......... I T" ........ I ........................... I ........................... h .......... on, A. E+ Howe and Rev. Adams, ae- : William and G'ge Campbell have ' Uo'-- a%tenloon an  o=tat , afternoon.--Independent Pass Madi I Iok d "on/pealed by their ves went t oen on duty from 6 a. m. Sunday landed in the [Tyler's Variety Sor Iorzis on Monday to take 9arL in th noling last and will be on the. Job vators for the purpose of adverLising + -- tennis Touament at th#t place. Rev unt!I 12 o clock next Saturdty mght, i the Flying Claus to he held at Madi_ .dams played with Ortonville, taking count of all the vahtc] tra-lso  Sunday aftooon, also to take versmg the north and south road, NO. iup y one for a ride who did --* +, l . o o so an e pnc $ + Jt 2 U orVwest'lmon" " ++ att'+pl. Te,r .... '+"'"+ d dh+ h "co+ am l + 1 . [ he plane w pdoted by a young ma 12  'eImk last night 1646 mr : o m +rum Ortonvdle+ H+ o. StromswaId School began this wk in District+ oh+ales had passe+ them "n fie d y v , v a s. was the first to +o up, but due to a o. 19and28- . g gp get+ gmthe oadof the avera+e of 309 per day. Sunday   tn was +he heaviest dew with 457 d ]a e bet  +t u]d i off the Miss Mayme Erickson w a Grace+ . . n o s .... vl ....... ay Wed ....... + .... test .... 225 ++md Ab ut twn-th,r+s o a r p ow one of the w ng caugh n te Miss Marie lmberg is msunfins "H+nrym" of the 1199 Minnesota nund cad,s'n ir school work in Clinton as a J. mmwhenpassed 664 m gh ears ward +ts a on t n e and bake the pro- Just a word about them. Misses Anne and Ghdys Benson o+ a!ld m35 in the heavy.cls. So fat petter. They +toured a ++ propet- ,rned spent the wmk-end at thm e,ghteen d,ffent varieties of for- er from m nneapo m and a md he e'g o ts de of the state mhae . , Let us assure all visitors to the Fair that Joseph Dlntberg home. + " m' u t ca v plane Sunday morning, after which been orded ...... them rasing from a f+ gt em++ to de" ao+ they they will receive the same attention and the A n.mler of Clinton young pplm Kansas, M,ssoun, Michigan, Jllmum re due to leave to be on hd to third grade at Appleton She ]eft fori bar work last Sday.  Na Waterwks Now. I 'rusda w the last day in wh ch Professor Davls h rented the Car-I ds could be filed for the eonte- r e O n house for the schoo year f tern and moved in Satrd . ',,,n o a sys uf wateorks for ay. 'g Stone and a down or fifteen wen Mise Cl ra S eay left o M p h t t a w z  on- ere to se u e si  o. and get day far Mankata to take a busness] n thole bids, ost of them we en- eou in the school them. I trely willhg to take city boIs for Marti Eckson and fgmfly am, pay for the plant hut they would not new mfortably settled  their new] conmder taking the five per cent bnds ngaluw in uer's addition. ] authorized by he voters a .couple M W. L. Ross is visiting at the I' years ago except t a disunt, home of her pant at P, S. D., ! The council we not taetned to ab hut is peeted home this weak  low the bonds te go at a dscoupt and The Mtl*r elater at this plea* under the eircutanees te 'pre- o+ra + w. m.s w crowd o. +s'at"est+ the ce+tr.c+,o,.com Tuesday for the ba anm of the me- [ imams re used to fie then + ds-- u. B g s one Head ght. GENUINE "BULL" DUDHAM tobacco makesSO I0 we want you to have the Se nowu sn eeee of 4 lees ef IRUk- Ihe v+l flne elatte paper In he ",,':ld. I Ml Blossom Stephe will et the Hegge school for the cing year and wll egin her work next Mort-: day. Thr little chiLdren of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paffrath have been very sk *ith holera infatum but am now eoveri.g Arthur Stofl and wife have moed ! into the oms over Grge Bartons wleh we vated this week by the Bert Barton family+ The  E. Laes' Akl was ent rained this week in the ureh b- 1 merit by Mrs. R. F Rss, Ms. L. A, Larch and Mrs Fall. . Mrs Wennb]om gave a pardi' shower on Friday in honor of her aleqe, Miss Stella Eckson. About sxty ests e present Dr. Plony, Mis Gierre, J, H. Eriek- sen, Cyrus Eekson, and lye Eng- land wen amag those who attended the teis toumamen at'Morris Miss Malda Wheeler h resed hr p,itlon in the school at Moo Lake, Minn., owing to the serlons condition of her fairer'+ heaSth. Ar Sweezy is working on the race track this week, with his big e+,gne d grader, getti, the track in gaad condlti for the races at the county f R. Franzen, the new pastor of the Swedish Lutheran nhurch has 'I rived with his fly and ae settled tn their w home. They dll be a welcome addition to the town andi schaol, You'll Get Hungry while attefiding the Fair. There's an question about that Neither is there any question about where to satisfy that hunger ' Folks who eat ht the KORNER KAFE are satis- fied customers-ythe only kind that it pays to have. You, too, will want a satisfied feeling, so eat with us. THE KORNER KAFE C. A. REINHART, Proprietor Clinton, Minnesota. M e` Iowa. Texas South Dakota. Wiscon- same quality of cooking on those days as sin, North Dakota, California, Nebr.+ ks, Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Colaado, Alaba, India and Can- ad Of these, the ears fm South Dakota aml Io an the most num- erous. The data is being gathed by the Minnesotg Highway Commsion in detoning the future nsities of oad ee.stetion--Gvflle E- terprse, Traver Fair Te Be Pettr The eomlng Traver County Fair, September 14, 15, 16, and 17, is shap- ing ,up for the best four days ever iven the people of Tverse county at a Fah'. Thsre wil be fun Our old and young. Exhihlto an making entries daily and Seentary Brans says the exhlblts will be unusually goi in ever: reaper. The ras a going to be fast and thri;ling ad the Flyng C'eus is betided as mae- ou.--Wheaton Gazette-Rel=rte]. Bena TU Have Armory. The Attoey General has approved the deed to the proposed amory sit ou the noer east from 'he public library, and indications an that work on the eetion of an aory and comm.ity hid]cling well be eommenced they receive on ordinary days  We furnlsh:::<.dy,lU::l::: r::;nable prices Lunches At AIIHours Chastoe'+sn++fafe i During the Four Days durng September.--Benson Monitor. KUBAN FOR SALE. This wheat is st resistlug and this ear yielded, in th+s tertory about twice as much per re m Marquis Orders for mrae,]iate de,ery well bc received at the Citins State Bank, Beardsley, Mi. "18 2 a]way right S. D. Salveson The Grocer Clinton, Minn. SPECIALS At S. & S. Garage Clinton, Minnesota During Fair Week Only Ford Radiators ........ . ........ $20.00 Lyon Bumpers ................ $10.00 Others Priced Accordingly Support the Big Stone County Fair Sept. 12 to 15 Now is the time to build and get ready for + winter. I,umber is 40 per cent lower thRn a year ago Other building materials have dropped in proportion. Labor is down and needs employment. GET YOUR REPAIRING DONE BEFORE COLD WEATHER C. A. Johnson Lumber Co. Clinton, Minnesota. Everything In Building Materials ly good, per Ib ..... Steak, all kinds, pound Stew, per lound ..... Home Made and Wieners like these), per lb. The Meat C. D. Adolphson, Clinton, STOP at The Clinton Garage On Fair Days or any other Day, You'll Get SATISFACTORY SERVICE WITH CORRECT PRICES. If you want to rent a FORD, see us. We let out Fords to responsible parties for a charge of 15 cents per mile. NEVER CLOSED DURING FAIR TIME. Free Air and Soft Water. We sell the Hart-Parr Tractor--it gives real setwice and is noted'for its economy. OLDFIELD, FEDERAL, AND PERFECTION TIRES The Clinton Garage M. RASMUSSEN, Proprietor. Clinton, Minnesota. Kodak Finishing Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from your favorite films. V ] ta - PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i ill i | i J ll| i| iml, J , i ..... , i THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, Clinton News Items and Fair Specia School At Clinton R.F. Ross, O. T. Harrisnn, Carl O1- Taking Road Census. , Anderson Plane Breaks Propeller. take part in the performance in the --Tablets, Pencils, Pens, Opened On Tuesday n, A. E. Howe and Rev. Adams, ac- William and GeoPge Campbell have Saturday afternoon an aeroplane afternoon.--Independent Press, Madi- Books and other School -orapanied by their wives went to een on duty from 6 a. m. Sunday landed in the field south of the ele- son. I Tyler's Variety Sore, Iorris on Monday to take part in the norning last and will be on the job vators for the purpose of advertising The Clinton school opened Tuesday [tennis Tournament at that place. Rev. until 12 o'clock next Saturday night, the Flying Circus to be held at Madi- morning, September 6, with the facul- '.dams played with Ortonville. taking count of all the vehicles tra- son Sunday afternoon, also to take ty as follows: versing the north and south road, No. up any one for a ride who desired First and Second grades--Miss An- , 6, at this place. Their data so far to do so and had the price of $5.00. derson, Moorhead, Minn. Northwest Almond compiled is quite interesting. Up to rlhe plane was piloted by a young man Third and Fourth grades---Miss :o " 12:00 o'clock last night 1546 motor from Ortonville. H. O. Stromswald Mabel Holmstead, Wheaten, Minn. School began this week in Districts vehicles had passed, them in five days, was the first to go up, but due to a EATS Fifth and Sixth grades--Miss Jo- o. 19 and 28. an average of 309 per day. Sunday gang plow getting in the road of the sic Olson, Clinton, Minn. Seventh and Eighth grades--Mira Miss Mayme Erickson was a Grace- was the heaviest daw with 457 and plane before it could rise off the Agnes Hanratty, Graceville, Minm file visitor Tuesday. Wednesday the lightest with 225. ground and in trying to avoid the Agriculture and Manual Training - Miss Marie Dimberg is resuming About two-thirds of the autos are plow one of the wings caught in the R. B. Fall, Clinton, Minn. her school work in Clinton as a Jtm- "Henrys." Of the 1199 Minnesota ground, cadsing the plane to tip for- Assistant PrineipalMiss Breiholz, ior. cars which passed 664 were light cars ward on its nose and broke the pro- Just a word about them. and 535 in the heavy class. So far peller. They secured a nw propel- Pipestone, Minn. Misses Anne and GJadys Benson of eighteen different varieties of "for- ler from Minneapolis and repaired the Domestic Science---Miss Terwilli- Brainerd spent the week-end at the Let us assure all visitors to the Fair that Ker, Boulder, Colorado. Joseph Dimberg home. eign" or outside of the state cars have plane Sunday morning, after which been recorded these coming from a few got a chance to ride before they they will receive the same attention and the PrincipalN. M. Davis, Belap, IL A number of Clinton young people Kansas, Missouri, Michigan, Illinois were due to leave to be on hand to enjoyed a "menol feed" at the Me- Iowa, Texas, South Dakota, Wiscon- same quality of cooking on those days as Hotel Changes Hands. arttey home Monday evening, sin, North Dakota, California, Nebras- Roach's hotel changed hands this they receive on ordinary days. week, whereby Bert Barton beeame the Mies Anne and Gladys Benon, ka, Montana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, new proprietor. The Barrens have .iarie Dimberg and Ruth Hanson via- Colorado, Alabama, Indiana and Can- ted at the Lindholm Bros. home last ada. Of these, the cars from South We furnish good meals at reasonable prices moved into their new place and are now ready to serve the public. Mr. Monday. Dakota and Iowa are the most hum- Roach will visit for awhile with his Miss Thelma Force, Mrs. Jean Me- erous. The data is being gathered by Candy, Cigars, Pop. daughter, Mrs. Pat Duly before go- 'n-tney and daughter ,Mattie took a the MinnesotB Highway Commision re-hundred mile auto'trip thru the in determining the future necessities ing to make his home with his son, Lunches At All Hours Roy, at Austin, Minn. :outhern part of this state last week. of road construction.Graceville En- Among the places they visited were terprise. Assisted Boy Souts At Outing. "uverne, Jackson and Pipestone, Traverse Fair To Be Better..nas' e's Care Mrs. F. M. Beaty returned on Men- Minnesota, and Spirit Lake and Or- The coming Traverse County Fair, (lay night from her three wee k eans, Iowa. September ]4, 15. 16, and 17, is shap- camping expedition at Annmrdale, near St. Cloud. Mrs. Beaty was su-: McCallums To Hold Sale. ing .up for the best four days ever perintending a large troop of Bo}  On Tuesday afternoon, J. H, Erick- iven the people of Traverse county Clinton, Minnesota. Scouts. :r,n, accompanied by Gilbert and Lea- at a Fair. There will be fun for old lie McCallura, went to Wheaten, to and young. Exhibitors are making Arthur Erickson has taken a post- ,ake arrangements with Mr. Otto entries daily and Secretary Bruns lion in the schools at Webster, S. D. Neuman, to hold a joint Shorthorn says the exhibits will be unusually Let Us Have v.uction sale, of the surplus registered good in every respect. The races are Miss Inez Black left on Friday for Montevideo where she will teach tock frorK the McCallum and Neu- going to be fast and thrilling and the Your Order school, man farms. Arrangements were Flying Circus is heralded as marne- made to hold such a sale, either the lous.--Wheaton Gazette-Reporter. When in town Fair G. M. Johnso-and family drove to last of September or early in Octo- During the Four Days of th, Dawson last Sunday to spend the day ber, at the Neuman farm, east of Benson To Have Armory. Week and get your with relatives. Wheaten. Further particulars willbe The Attorney General has approved, supply of Groceries Amy Sweezy will teach the Eck- iven on the bills, which will be out the deed to the proposed armory site ' '------" '  lund school again this year which will soon. This will be an opportunity to on the corner east fromhe public where they are al- , ; begin the 12th. et hold of some gilt edged breeding' library, and indications are that work ways f r e s h and Miss Bernice Hewitt will teach the stock.--Clinton Advocate. on the erection of an armory and where the price is  * community building wilt be commenced third grade at Appleton. She left for alway right. her work last Sunday. No Waterworks Now. during September.--Benson Monitor. Professor Davis has rented the Car- Tuh.tay was the last day in which KUBANKA HEAT FOR SALE. S D Salveson "ds could be filed for the construe- This wheat is rust-resisting and this " tie Olson house for the school year ']n of a system of waterworks for year yielded, in this territory about The Grocer Hamburger and moved in Saturday. {ig Stone and a dozen or fifteen were twice as much per acre as Marquis. ly good, per lb ..... Miss Clara Sweezy left on Men- here to size up,he situation and get Orders for mme;,mte" '" delvery will be Clinton, Minn. day for Mankato to take a business in their bids.  Most of them were en- received at the Citizens State Bank, course in the school there. I tirely willhng to take city bonds for Beardsley, Minn. "18-2 =, Steak, all kinds, Martin Erickson and fmily are pay for the plant but they would not ...... . pound now comfortably settled in their new I consider taking the five per cent bonds - bungalow in Plummer's addition, authorized by the voters a couple  Stew, per lound ...... Mrs. W. L. Ross is visiting at the I years ago except at a discount. home of her parents at Peever, S.D. The council were not inclined to ab Home Made Bologna but is expected home this week. low the bonds to go at a discoupt and The Miller elevator at this place under the circumstances the repre- SPECIALS At and Wieners operated by Win. Mills was closed on sentatives of the construction corn- Tuesday for the balance of the sea- panics refused to file their bids.-- like these), per lb. son. Big Stone Headlight. J , i J Miss Blossom Stephens will teach the Hegge school for the c(mling year ' ' The and will begin her work next MOn-day. S & S Garage Meat Three little children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paffrath have been very sick with Cholera infantum but are now rooove00ing Clinton, Minnesota c.D. Adolphson, Arthur Storiem and wife have moved into the rooms over George Bartons Clinton, which were vacated this week by the Bert Barton family. The E Ladies was ent.r- During Fair Week Only ...... " rained this week in the church base- ment by Mrs. R. F. Ross, Mrs. L. A. Larson and Mrs. Fall. lg'll Mrs. Wennblom gave a parcel 'OBuLL. STOP at shower on Friday in honor of her Ford Radiators .......... , ......... $20.00 niece, Miss Stella Erickson. About sixty guests were present. Lyon Bumpers ...................... $10.00 Dr. Plonty, MissGierre, J.H. Erick- DURHAM The Clinton Garage son, Cyrus Erickson, and Loye Eng- land were among those who attended the tennis tournament at'Morris, tobacco makesSO Others Priced Accordingly  On Fair Days or any other Day, You'll Get Miss Maida Wheeler has resigned ood ia her position in the school at Moose {: res for Lake, Minn., owing to the serious condition of her far's health. I ]0 SATISFACTORY SERVICE WITH Art. Sweezy is working on the race We wantyou to have the CORRECT PRICES. " track this week( with his big engine t best paper for "BULL." ' ' and grader, getting the track in good So now you can reoehte With eaoh package a book condition for the races at the county[ If you want to rent a FORD, see us. We fair. el 24 lea,, .t t11.-- let out Fords to responsible parties for Rev. Franzen, the new pastor of the the very finest olgarette Swedish Lutheran church has ar- paper in the world, charge of 15 cents per mile. rived with his family and are settled  , Support the in their new home. They will be a pyw./ , - NEVER CLOSED DURING FAIR school.Welcme addition to the town and 2......e.. Big Stone ty%un'- Fair TIME. Free Air and Soft Water. ....... We sell the Hart-Parr Tractor--it gives Sept. 12 to 15 real service and is noted'for its economy. You'll Get Hungry 0 OLDFIELD'pERFECTIoNFEDERAL'TIREsAND i Now is the time to build and get ready for- (;an--rge while attefiding the Fair. There's o question winter. The Clinton about that. I,umber is 40 per cent lower than a year ago ' Neither is there any.question about where to Other building materials have dropped in M. RASMUSSEN, Proprietor. satisfy that hunger, proportion. Clinton, Minnesota. Folks who eat at the KORNER KAFE are satis- Labor is down and needs em'ployment. fled customers--the only kind that it pays to have. GET YOUR REPAIRING DONE BEFORE COLD WEATHER You, too, will want: a satisfied feeling, so eat with us. C.A. Johnson Lumber Co. Kodak Finishing THE KORNER KAFE Clinton, Minnesota. Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from C. A. REINHART, Proprietor Everything In Building Materials your favorite films. [T . Clinton, Minnesota. * V I K