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THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, S Odessa High School Opened On Monday Altho short one teacher, the public school at Odessa opened for its year's work on Monday morning, September 5, with an enrollment of sixty-four pupils and students. Arrangement of the program has been so made that the regular full four year course of instruction is given in the high school. The faculty ig as follows: Primary, l,--Miss Gowan. Intermediate, 18,--Miss DeGreef. Grammar, 15,--Miss Lyon. High School--Supt. DeGeef. Lots Of Good Company. Albert Schwandt and family, Will Hamarm and family, Ed. Mews, Mrs. Frank Mews, Miss Grace Johnson, Ierman Melinat, Carl Edquist, George Nitz and Henry Grimm spent Sunday t the J. A. Mews home. Enter High School At Ortonville. Harvey and Olive Semrau, Evelyn Wagner and Alice Gess autoed to Or- tonville. Tuesday to take up high school work there. Claus Reese was an Ortonville call- er Tuesday. Carl Edquist is now attending to the rural route business. Miss Frida Mueller went to St. Paul t, restme her work there. K. C. Stegner autoed to Minneapolis to spend the week at the state fair. Elmer Hartwig of Twin Brooks, S. D., spent Sunday with friends here, Gertrude Zahrbock spent Thursday at the home of her mother, Mrs. E. Zahrboek. Mrs. George Wilson of Big Stone City, S. D., visited at Mrs. Zahrbock's last week. Miss Learn Bohn returned Sunday firomher visit with relatives at Twin n.ks, s v. Miss Clar/ Olson went to Monte- video Sunday to enter the high school there for the coming year. Mrs. John Lestina, Daisy and Jolm- nie, were passengers to St. Paul on Tuesday to visit relatives. John Haney was up from Hartley, Iowa, for a few days to attend to some business transaction here. Theodore Melinat went to Merriam Park Tuesday to enter boarding school preparatory to entering the ministry. Mrs. A. Hoppenstedt and daughters returned Friday having been called to Winona to attend the funeral of an uncle. Miss Hertha Gerber returned this week from her visit with friends in St. Paul and will resume heP sudes at the Ortonville high school. Milton and 'Irwin Schuett returned Saturday from their auto trip to nor- thorn Minnesota. Both report l;mving had a fine trip and seeing beaut:fui country. Mrs. E. Zahrbock and family and Arthur Zahrbock and family of Or- tonville autoed to Twin Brooks, S. D. Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Herman Ferber. CORRELL NEWS L Mrs. Lynn Woods is the owner of a new Ford coupe. Relatives frown Boyd visited at the A. Roske home last week. Mr. P. D. Vaughan was a business caller in Rosen Wednesday. Miss K. Fruetel visited her pa. ents between trains Sunday. Bernice and Howard Wechsler mo- tored to Appleton Thursday. Mr. Dolors Moore and son Ralph motored to Ortonville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kingsrider of Apple- ton visited in Carroll Monday. R. D. Graham returned Sunday from Marshall where he has been vis- iting. L. Mortenson, formerly of Correll, was a business caller in town Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.-James Hegge and family visited friends near Correll last week. Mrs. Corn Allpres moved to Cot- roll last week so her children could attend school. P. D. Vaughan, Chas Hudson and S. H. Frizzel were business callers in Ortonville Tuesday. Mrs. Me Luchsinger and Mrs. Helen Maynard were Appleton call- ers Tuesday evening. The Woods, Johnson and Hudson families attended the carnival at Or- tonville Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel and Mrs. K. Conright attended the carni- val at Ortonville Thursday. Elizabeth Hudson, Howard Wechs- ler, Otto Wiese and David Cordeman are attending the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bourgoise and family of Marsthall ,visited Jar the (]has. Barte home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hirnore and daugh. ter Anne of Leal N. Dak., visited at the Chas. Hudson home last week. Duncan Barr returned home Sun- day morning from Isabelle, S. D.,I where he has been visiting his aunt,,t Mrs. Earl Sommers, t - W - ! Miss Stella Vail is visiting friends I at Mandan, N. D., during her tyro weeks vacation. Mrs. John Frizzell of Akron istaking her place at the Citizen's National Bank during her absence. J. Arthur Matthews and Company sold Ford cars this week to the fol- lowing ]parties: Carl J. Rice of Min- mpoHs, Sedan; Geo. C. Heiman of Graceville, road-*r; Fred Spilker of Graceville, touring car; and Vincent Cavasino of Ortonville, a touring ear. I PERSONAL, SOCIAL !,l t AND NEWTS ITEMS It The Swedish M. E. Ladies' Aid will l meet at the church Saturday, Septem~ It ber 10. Everyone is cordially invited. Mrs. C. N. Ingrain returned to her name in St. Paul Monday after visit- ink with Mesdames Dinnel, McCord and Senescall. Fred Steussy and son Everett o Luverne, Iowa, were here Friday look- ing after their farming interesVs near Clinton. They made the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Norling and three children spent the week-end with Mrs. Norling's mother, Mrs. M. L. Whit- ing. Mr. Norling is a banker at that place. Mrs. Cornelia Casler of Chicago, who has bee2 a guest of Mrs. E. P. Scott at the Bremer cottage, left for Portland, Oregon, and other western points Tuesday. Tlle Mission Society of the Metho- dist church will meetat the church parlors on Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. A fifteen cent lunch will be served. All axe invited. A1 Lee is suffering from a sprained ankle which he sustained by falling from a sixteen foot ladder. By the use of crutches he is able to get to the office to do his work. F. G. Collins and fv,mfly who have been living in a cottage on their farm adjoining Foster on the south luring the summer months returned to their home at Des Moines, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lundhagen of Minneapolis are planning to make Ortonville their home. Mr. Lundhagen is travelling representative for the J I. Case Threshing Machine Company Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Powell motored to Glenwood Sunday to visit friends. They also visited Mr. Powell's broth- er and family at Benson on their re- turn. O. O. Ross and wife and J. D. Ross and daughter, accompanied by Elmer Kamlah, autoed to the state fair Tues- day, Where they will take in the auto races on Wednesday and possibly Sat- urday. i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oltman and HEM STITCHING--I have moved in- little son, Mrs. Sam Harris and son, to the Cliff residence, one-half block and Mr: and Mrs. Joseph Chapman I east of Gunderson's Drug Store and of Minneapolis motored here Satur- I one-half block south, on 3rd St., clay and visited at the A. G. Atha Hemstitching, 10 and 15c per yard. home until Monday morning. I Also ready to do repair work on all JW Cox, attorney of Sioux City, I makes of sewing machines. Agency Ioa, is hel this week looking after for the Singer machines. For hem I matters in connection with the clos- stitching and repair work call . ing of the Fred Kakemeister Estate, A.L. Waddans. 5-tf-c, which includes the building known as the Foss Buildillg in Cashtown. BOARD AND ROOM--Fine place for Roy Fraser of Chicago and Miss two persons, men preferred. For Elma Gerhardt, daughter of Mr. and information call The Independent. Mrs. Emit Gerhardt west of Big Phone 297. "17-2 Stone City were married at the home FOR SALE--Library table, dining of the bride Tuesday. They expect roar  table, two rocking chairs, to make their home in Chicago. leather seats, one rug (9x12). All The Ladies' Aid society of the Nor- new. Inquire F. J. Caeser at Nic weian Lutheran church will meet at Fink's barber shop. the home of Rasmus Peterson on Thursday, September 15, The Peter- FOR SALE--Carnival and fair sup- sons live on the Chautauqua Park plies used by the A,merican Legion, Road across from the Big Stone Boat consisting of Cane Net, Rings, Pad- Works. dle Wheels and Paddies, Hoopla, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Lamont and Mrs. etc. See G. C. T,, at Variety Maurice Lamont and two sons motor- Store. "18-1 ed to Aberdeen Sunday. Mrs. Mau- rice will remain at Aberdeen where CAR FOR SALE--An Oakland Sedan, her sons will attend school and Mr. run less than 3,000 miles, am offer- and Mrs. B. C. Lamont will return ing for sale. Can be seen at J. Ar- to Ortonvitle and remain here during thur Matthews Garage, Ortonville. the fall. Priced absolutely right. For infor- . mation inquire at Independent of- @ rice. "18-2 I WANT ADS @ FOR SALE--Modern dwelling and WANTED T} RENTAt once, Five lots, known as the Dan Eames or six room house. Call 196. 17-tf property, on Lake Shore, just north of Peninsula. Get in touch with A.I W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' B. Kaercher & Co. "18-2 i clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- FOR SALE--Chester White Boars. prietor. *12-tf We offer a choice lot of registered boars at reasonable prices. See HEMSTITCHING--Henstitching, 10c them at the Kaercherdal Far per yard. Mrs. E. Damon, Monte- near depot. Kaercher & Schafer. video, Minn. 17-2 "18-2 STRAYEDFrom my place, August 17, a 2-year-old Black Sow. Finde FOR SALEChicken house or coal please notify L. O. Lindgren, Route shed, size 10hxl4h, sheeted, sided 2, Ortonville. Phone 10-F-5. 16-2 and shingled roof. Inquire of Dr. Geo. MacMurphey. Phone 12.-'18-2 FOR SALEMake .me an offer on the NEZ of Section 12, wp. 121, range FOR SALlY--Three good work horses. 46, located 3 miles east of arran- E.L. Zehringer. Ortonville, Minn. ville. 160 acres. Address N.G. Phone lO-F-13. 17-2 I Lindgren, Berthold, N.D. "13-6 FOR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf Splendid collection of tures for sale at the O. I, lain residence. JU&T THINK ! 'A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this city to have one of these unb home safe. . They will help you save your dimes and nickles. C'pe,, a Savi].gs Account today and get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stueke, Ass't. AUCTION As I am going -to quit farming and having rented my t to a party who has full equipment, I will offer at Public on my Farm located 2 miles south and 2 miles east of TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1921 SALE STARTS AT 1:30 P. M. Six Good Horses, 8 Milk Cows, 1 Grade horn Bull, 5 Head Young Stock. A full Farm Machinery, Wagons, Harness, All and Household Goods. uSUAL TERMS. LARS MONSON, TREBIL & DALY, Auctioneers FIRST NATIONAL CLINTON, Clerk. A.C.SAEGER GROCERIES Phone 37. Buy your groceries of us. We can save you money. Following is a list of our specials for this week.  KARO SYRUP 5 pound pail, dark .= ............... :. ................. $ .35 5 pound pail, white ......................................... 40 10 pound pail, dark ....................................... 70 l0 pound pail, white ..................................... 80 Salmon, one pound, flat can ......................... 20 Sardines in Oil, per can ................................ 05 LOG CABIN SYRUP Small ................................................................. 35 Medium ........................................................... 70 Large ............................................................. 1.40 COFFEE Peaberry, per pound .....  ............................. 25 Saeger's Special, per pound ......................... 33 Des Arts (vacuum packed) per pound ....... 40 White House, per pound ............................. 45 SOAP Lennox, per bar ............................................. 05 P & G Naptha, per bar .............................. .08 OVERALLS AND SHIRTS" Men's Overalls .............................................. 1%0 Men's Work Shirts ....  .................................. 75 Men's Dress Shirts ...................................... 1.00 We also carry dry goods, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hose and Underwear. Good Food Wins The large number of people who are steady patrons, together with new customers who are satisfied, is a sure indication that our foods are of the best. Our Bakery each day makes pastries un- equalled. They are ahvays newly-baked. Try some. The KORNER KAFE Potter & Gowan, Proprietors. TIlE UNIE?ITSAL Ag Announcement Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford Motor Company, the following announcement: We are making another reduction in the prices of Ford Cars the Ford truck, effective today..The new prices average $70.00 former prices, and are the lowest at which Ford cars and trucks ever been sold. List prices, F. O. B. Detroit are now as follows: New Price. Chassis .................. $295 Runabout ................ 325 Touring Car ............ 355 Truck ........................ 445 Coupe ........................ 595 Sedan ........................ 660 Amount Of Old Price Reduction. $345 $ 50 370 45 415 60 495 50 695 " loo 760 100 "This is the third price cut during the past twelve months. September 22, 1920, the price of Ford touring car was reduced $575 to $440; June 7th to $415, and now to $355, making total tions in this type of $220, or 38 per cent. The same pro]; reductions have been made in all other types. One year ago the of the Ford Sedan was $975; today it lists at $660 with the equipment. "We are taking advantage of every known economy in the ufactre of Our products in order that we may give them to the lic at the lowest possible price, and by doing that, we feel that we doing the one big thing that will help this country into more ous times. People are interested in prices, and are buying prices are right.. "The production of Ford cars and trucks for August all previous high records with the total reaching 117,696. This is fourth consecutive month in which our output has gone over hundred thousand mark, the total for the four months being which has gone a long way in making possible the present June this year, with an output of 117,247 was the previous month. "One noteworthy feature of our sales is the increased for Ford trucks and cars for salesmen. T h i s class of business has been gradually increasing the past sixty days and interprebit as a very good sign of improvement in general "No reduction has been made in the price of the Fordson and none is contemplated." Go over these prices! See how little it costs to become the ed of a Ford car or Ford truck. Can you really afford to do out one any longer Let us tell you more about it, and advise you regarding the livery of the particular type f car in which you are interested. J. Arthur Matthews & Company ORTONVILLE, MINN. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, S Odessa High School Opened On Monday Altho short one teacher, the public school at Odessa opened for its year's work on Monday morning, September 5, with an enrollment of sixty-four pupils and students. Arrangement of the program has been so made that the regular full four year course of instruction is given in the high school. The faculty ig as follows: Primary, l,--Miss Gowan. Intermediate, 18,--Miss DeGreef. Grammar, 15,--Miss Lyon. High School--Supt. DeGeef. Lots Of Good Company. Albert Schwandt and family, Will Hamarm and family, Ed. Mews, Mrs. Frank Mews, Miss Grace Johnson, Ierman Melinat, Carl Edquist, George Nitz and Henry Grimm spent Sunday t the J. A. Mews home. Enter High School At Ortonville. Harvey and Olive Semrau, Evelyn Wagner and Alice Gess autoed to Or- tonville. Tuesday to take up high school work there. Claus Reese was an Ortonville call- er Tuesday. Carl Edquist is now attending to the rural route business. Miss Frida Mueller went to St. Paul t, restme her work there. K. C. Stegner autoed to Minneapolis to spend the week at the state fair. Elmer Hartwig of Twin Brooks, S. D., spent Sunday with friends here, Gertrude Zahrbock spent Thursday at the home of her mother, Mrs. E. Zahrboek. Mrs. George Wilson of Big Stone City, S. D., visited at Mrs. Zahrbock's last week. Miss Learn Bohn returned Sunday firomher visit with relatives at Twin n.ks, s v. Miss Clar/ Olson went to Monte- video Sunday to enter the high school there for the coming year. Mrs. John Lestina, Daisy and Jolm- nie, were passengers to St. Paul on Tuesday to visit relatives. John Haney was up from Hartley, Iowa, for a few days to attend to some business transaction here. Theodore Melinat went to Merriam Park Tuesday to enter boarding school preparatory to entering the ministry. Mrs. A. Hoppenstedt and daughters returned Friday having been called to Winona to attend the funeral of an uncle. Miss Hertha Gerber returned this week from her visit with friends in St. Paul and will resume heP sudes at the Ortonville high school. Milton and 'Irwin Schuett returned Saturday from their auto trip to nor- thorn Minnesota. Both report l;mving had a fine trip and seeing beaut:fui country. Mrs. E. Zahrbock and family and Arthur Zahrbock and family of Or- tonville autoed to Twin Brooks, S. D. Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Herman Ferber. CORRELL NEWS L Mrs. Lynn Woods is the owner of a new Ford coupe. Relatives frown Boyd visited at the A. Roske home last week. Mr. P. D. Vaughan was a business caller in Rosen Wednesday. Miss K. Fruetel visited her pa. ents between trains Sunday. Bernice and Howard Wechsler mo- tored to Appleton Thursday. Mr. Dolors Moore and son Ralph motored to Ortonville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kingsrider of Apple- ton visited in Carroll Monday. R. D. Graham returned Sunday from Marshall where he has been vis- iting. L. Mortenson, formerly of Correll, was a business caller in town Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.-James Hegge and family visited friends near Correll last week. Mrs. Corn Allpres moved to Cot- roll last week so her children could attend school. P. D. Vaughan, Chas Hudson and S. H. Frizzel were business callers in Ortonville Tuesday. Mrs. Me Luchsinger and Mrs. Helen Maynard were Appleton call- ers Tuesday evening. The Woods, Johnson and Hudson families attended the carnival at Or- tonville Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel and Mrs. K. Conright attended the carni- val at Ortonville Thursday. Elizabeth Hudson, Howard Wechs- ler, Otto Wiese and David Cordeman are attending the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bourgoise and family of Marsthall ,visited Jar the (]has. Barte home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hirnore and daugh. ter Anne of Leal N. Dak., visited at the Chas. Hudson home last week. Duncan Barr returned home Sun- day morning from Isabelle, S. D.,I where he has been visiting his aunt,,t Mrs. Earl Sommers, t - W - ! Miss Stella Vail is visiting friends I at Mandan, N. D., during her tyro weeks vacation. Mrs. John Frizzell of Akron istaking her place at the Citizen's National Bank during her absence. J. Arthur Matthews and Company sold Ford cars this week to the fol- lowing ]parties: Carl J. Rice of Min- mpoHs, Sedan; Geo. C. Heiman of Graceville, road-*r; Fred Spilker of Graceville, touring car; and Vincent Cavasino of Ortonville, a touring ear. I PERSONAL, SOCIAL !,l t AND NEWTS ITEMS It The Swedish M. E. Ladies' Aid will l meet at the church Saturday, Septem~ It ber 10. Everyone is cordially invited. Mrs. C. N. Ingrain returned to her name in St. Paul Monday after visit- ink with Mesdames Dinnel, McCord and Senescall. Fred Steussy and son Everett o Luverne, Iowa, were here Friday look- ing after their farming interesVs near Clinton. They made the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Norling and three children spent the week-end with Mrs. Norling's mother, Mrs. M. L. Whit- ing. Mr. Norling is a banker at that place. Mrs. Cornelia Casler of Chicago, who has bee2 a guest of Mrs. E. P. Scott at the Bremer cottage, left for Portland, Oregon, and other western points Tuesday. Tlle Mission Society of the Metho- dist church will meetat the church parlors on Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. A fifteen cent lunch will be served. All axe invited. A1 Lee is suffering from a sprained ankle which he sustained by falling from a sixteen foot ladder. By the use of crutches he is able to get to the office to do his work. F. G. Collins and fv,mfly who have been living in a cottage on their farm adjoining Foster on the south luring the summer months returned to their home at Des Moines, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lundhagen of Minneapolis are planning to make Ortonville their home. Mr. Lundhagen is travelling representative for the J I. Case Threshing Machine Company Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Powell motored to Glenwood Sunday to visit friends. They also visited Mr. Powell's broth- er and family at Benson on their re- turn. O. O. Ross and wife and J. D. Ross and daughter, accompanied by Elmer Kamlah, autoed to the state fair Tues- day, Where they will take in the auto races on Wednesday and possibly Sat- urday. i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oltman and HEM STITCHING--I have moved in- little son, Mrs. Sam Harris and son, to the Cliff residence, one-half block and Mr: and Mrs. Joseph Chapman I east of Gunderson's Drug Store and of Minneapolis motored here Satur- I one-half block south, on 3rd St., clay and visited at the A. G. Atha Hemstitching, 10 and 15c per yard. home until Monday morning. I Also ready to do repair work on all JW Cox, attorney of Sioux City, I makes of sewing machines. Agency Ioa, is hel this week looking after for the Singer machines. For hem I matters in connection with the clos- stitching and repair work call . ing of the Fred Kakemeister Estate, A.L. Waddans. 5-tf-c, which includes the building known as the Foss Buildillg in Cashtown. BOARD AND ROOM--Fine place for Roy Fraser of Chicago and Miss two persons, men preferred. For Elma Gerhardt, daughter of Mr. and information call The Independent. Mrs. Emit Gerhardt west of Big Phone 297. "17-2 Stone City were married at the home FOR SALE--Library table, dining of the bride Tuesday. They expect roar  table, two rocking chairs, to make their home in Chicago. leather seats, one rug (9x12). All The Ladies' Aid society of the Nor- new. Inquire F. J. Caeser at Nic weian Lutheran church will meet at Fink's barber shop. the home of Rasmus Peterson on Thursday, September 15, The Peter- FOR SALE--Carnival and fair sup- sons live on the Chautauqua Park plies used by the A,merican Legion, Road across from the Big Stone Boat consisting of Cane Net, Rings, Pad- Works. dle Wheels and Paddies, Hoopla, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Lamont and Mrs. etc. See G. C. T,, at Variety Maurice Lamont and two sons motor- Store. "18-1 ed to Aberdeen Sunday. Mrs. Mau- rice will remain at Aberdeen where CAR FOR SALE--An Oakland Sedan, her sons will attend school and Mr. run less than 3,000 miles, am offer- and Mrs. B. C. Lamont will return ing for sale. Can be seen at J. Ar- to Ortonvitle and remain here during thur Matthews Garage, Ortonville. the fall. Priced absolutely right. For infor- . mation inquire at Independent of- @ rice. "18-2 I WANT ADS @ FOR SALE--Modern dwelling and WANTED T} RENTAt once, Five lots, known as the Dan Eames or six room house. Call 196. 17-tf property, on Lake Shore, just north of Peninsula. Get in touch with A.I W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' B. Kaercher & Co. "18-2 i clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- FOR SALE--Chester White Boars. prietor. *12-tf We offer a choice lot of registered boars at reasonable prices. See HEMSTITCHING--Henstitching, 10c them at the Kaercherdal Far per yard. Mrs. E. Damon, Monte- near depot. Kaercher & Schafer. video, Minn. 17-2 "18-2 STRAYEDFrom my place, August 17, a 2-year-old Black Sow. Finde FOR SALEChicken house or coal please notify L. O. Lindgren, Route shed, size 10hxl4h, sheeted, sided 2, Ortonville. Phone 10-F-5. 16-2 and shingled roof. Inquire of Dr. Geo. MacMurphey. Phone 12.-'18-2 FOR SALEMake .me an offer on the NEZ of Section 12, wp. 121, range FOR SALlY--Three good work horses. 46, located 3 miles east of arran- E.L. Zehringer. Ortonville, Minn. ville. 160 acres. Address N.G. Phone lO-F-13. 17-2 I Lindgren, Berthold, N.D. "13-6 FOR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf Splendid collection of tures for sale at the O. I, lain residence. JU&T THINK ! 'A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this city to have one of these unb home safe. . They will help you save your dimes and nickles. C'pe,, a Savi].gs Account today and get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stueke, Ass't. AUCTION As I am going -to quit farming and having rented my t to a party who has full equipment, I will offer at Public on my Farm located 2 miles south and 2 miles east of TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1921 SALE STARTS AT 1:30 P. M. Six Good Horses, 8 Milk Cows, 1 Grade horn Bull, 5 Head Young Stock. A full Farm Machinery, Wagons, Harness, All and Household Goods. uSUAL TERMS. LARS MONSON, TREBIL & DALY, Auctioneers FIRST NATIONAL CLINTON, Clerk. A.C.SAEGER GROCERIES Phone 37. Buy your groceries of us. We can save you money. Following is a list of our specials for this week.  KARO SYRUP 5 pound pail, dark .= ............... :. ................. $ .35 5 pound pail, white ......................................... 40 10 pound pail, dark ....................................... 70 l0 pound pail, white ..................................... 80 Salmon, one pound, flat can ......................... 20 Sardines in Oil, per can ................................ 05 LOG CABIN SYRUP Small ................................................................. 35 Medium ........................................................... 70 Large ............................................................. 1.40 COFFEE Peaberry, per pound .....  ............................. 25 Saeger's Special, per pound ......................... 33 Des Arts (vacuum packed) per pound ....... 40 White House, per pound ............................. 45 SOAP Lennox, per bar ............................................. 05 P & G Naptha, per bar .............................. .08 OVERALLS AND SHIRTS" Men's Overalls .............................................. 1%0 Men's Work Shirts ....  .................................. 75 Men's Dress Shirts ...................................... 1.00 We also carry dry goods, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hose and Underwear. Good Food Wins The large number of people who are steady patrons, together with new customers who are satisfied, is a sure indication that our foods are of the best. Our Bakery each day makes pastries un- equalled. They are ahvays newly-baked. Try some. The KORNER KAFE Potter & Gowan, Proprietors. TIlE UNIE?ITSAL Ag Announcement Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford Motor Company, the following announcement: We are making another reduction in the prices of Ford Cars the Ford truck, effective today..The new prices average $70.00 former prices, and are the lowest at which Ford cars and trucks ever been sold. List prices, F. O. B. Detroit are now as follows: New Price. Chassis .................. $295 Runabout ................ 325 Touring Car ............ 355 Truck ........................ 445 Coupe ........................ 595 Sedan ........................ 660 Amount Of Old Price Reduction. $345 $ 50 370 45 415 60 495 50 695 " loo 760 100 "This is the third price cut during the past twelve months. September 22, 1920, the price of Ford touring car was reduced $575 to $440; June 7th to $415, and now to $355, making total tions in this type of $220, or 38 per cent. The same pro]; reductions have been made in all other types. One year ago the of the Ford Sedan was $975; today it lists at $660 with the equipment. "We are taking advantage of every known economy in the ufactre of Our products in order that we may give them to the lic at the lowest possible price, and by doing that, we feel that we doing the one big thing that will help this country into more ous times. People are interested in prices, and are buying prices are right.. "The production of Ford cars and trucks for August all previous high records with the total reaching 117,696. This is fourth consecutive month in which our output has gone over hundred thousand mark, the total for the four months being which has gone a long way in making possible the present June this year, with an output of 117,247 was the previous month. "One noteworthy feature of our sales is the increased for Ford trucks and cars for salesmen. T h i s class of business has been gradually increasing the past sixty days and interprebit as a very good sign of improvement in general "No reduction has been made in the price of the Fordson and none is contemplated." Go over these prices! See how little it costs to become the ed of a Ford car or Ford truck. Can you really afford to do out one any longer Let us tell you more about it, and advise you regarding the livery of the particular type f car in which you are interested. J. Arthur Matthews & Company ORTONVILLE, MINN. PAgE 4 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT I Spdid oled Suits for e at the City Tm] tuns for sale or Shop. *2-tf ]aiu resident. @ 1 Mr. and Mrs, Henry airman I ODESSA } ] I PERSONAL, SOCIAL ! llttl ...... Ms. Sam Hris d son to the elm residence, one aJf black ---- *h' AND NEWS ITEMS LI and Mr: d Mrs" JPh Chapma east of Gundetsn's Drug Store and Odessa High School 14 ------4'of M,napol ored he Sat ....... half block suth, on 3rd St., O - ned On Monde I The Sdlsh M. E Ladies' Aid will day anti visited at the A. G. Athe Hemstltehlng, 10 and 15 per yard. Pencil y meet at the ghuh Saturday Septm- home unl Monday morning. , AIs rely to do repair work on aU ber 10 Everne is eordiall invLted J W Cox attoey of Six Cxty makes of sewing mh n Age cY Altho short one telmr the pub e y . . .. , . . .1 . n ool at Odessa opened for its year 8 Mrs' C' N' Ingrain returned to her I Iowa, t he] th s week ooklng afte fiat the S nger roach nes For hem . no in St Paul Monday after vi t mtte  "n n t 'th th e ] st'tch" g and repa'r w rk l] wk 0n Moniaynong September , - ] necmn wl E gos ' 1 TM ] - ii m t f 'xt f ur mk with Mesdes Dinnel McCord ing of the Fred Kakemeister state, A. L Waddans. -tf-e. Gt ist a ln S 1n2 tS e ..... -o I; ............ " , W ....................... k ............. p pl u n . B "ldi "n C shto ROARD AND ROOM--Fie p]a for Aa gemen t of th e progra m has] Fred Steussy and son Evett of the Fo Ul ng  a wn. . . - n . , f h nd M-s ewe persons men p eterre,t o bee o made t a the reg ar fu Luvee, Iowa, were here  rlday Iok- I, Fraser o C xcago a  n s . : hter of Mr anti mfomatxon call he Independent. four year urse of astt on 1 mg after elr faxlng mteresL nero IDma Ger!!att, daug . Pho 297 "172 gven in the high hoot. The fult Clinton. lheymadethetxipbyata. Mrs. Eul Ghait. westthfhBg e r L "l*z i8  foU .... Mr. and Mr Nor[Lug and three Sttn  Cxtszeemrr'ed,e e e n2 FOK SALLib .... hie, d ..... l'nmary, l,--Miss Gowa chiidn spent th week-end with Mrs. of he b e he st Y Ch" Y xpec rora table, two ]king chairs, nteediate, 18Mi DeGf. Norling' mother, Mls. M. L Whlt- to make the me in icago, loathe r seats, one rug (9x12), AU Grmmar, lb,--Miss Lyon. ing. Mr. Norllug is a bker at that The Ladies' Aid society of the Nor new Inquire F J. Caeser at Nit Lots Of Good Company. who h bm a gmt of Mrs. E. P, qmrlay September 15, The peter- FOR SALlClmiva] and ail. sup. High ehool--Supk DeGeeL - place, wekian Lutheran church wlil t at Fink's barber shop. -- M. Cornelia easier of Cigo. the home of Rasmus peterson ,on -- Ahert Schwandt an d family Will Scot at the Bremer co mg e eft for sons live on the Chauta m ua Park piles used by the A,merlcan L#on Haman arm family, Id. Mews, 1V[ Portland, Oregon, and other western Road ro from the Big Stone Boat consisting of Cane Net, Rins, Pad. Works. Frank Mews, Miss Gr Johnn pedals Tuesday. die Wheels and Paddies. Hoopia, I He.an Meilnat, C] Edquist, Georg Th e Mission Socty of the MerLe- Mr. and Mrs B. C, Lament and Mrs. etc. See G. C. T:, at Varietyl Nitz and Henry Grimm pent Sunda dit ehah will mt. at the ehh Mauri Lament and two sons motor StOl. *18I t the J. A. Mews home. plors on Saturday agteoon at 3:00 ed to Abexdn Sunday Mrs. Man" -- . , o'clOCk. A flftn cent lunch will be lice will main t Aberdeen where CAR FOR SALAn Oakland Sed2. ]Enter High School At OPtonvllle. served - ll  invited, her ns will attend hoo] and Mr. n leas th 3,000 miles, am offer- Haey and Olive Sere u Evelyr * , ra , At Lee is suffering from a sprained and Mrs. B, C. Lont will return lag for sale. Can be sn at J. Ar- Wal.ler " hee toeosst:toed thO , a ................. , ................. d remain here d .... t ......................... toi le  e ay up ig from a sixteen ft ladder. By the the fall Priced absolutely right. For inior- marion inquire at Independent of- hool war the. u of ezbhv he is abM to get to  ....  flee. *18-2 -- ' i the om to do Ms work, Claus R was an Ortonvdle ca i- F. O. CelLs and f]ly who ha e  WANT ADS / FOR SALF--Modern dwelling and gr Tesday . s v . -- . to been living in a cottage on their WANTED T R]NT--At once, Five tots, lmown as the Dan Eames carl Edqulst ]s now attending . . . 1 adjoining Foster on the south or six rearmS)hour, Call 196. 17-tf pperty, on Lake Shore, just north the ra] ute business. tlumng the summer months returned ..... of Peninsula. Get mi Frida Mller went to SL Pare to their home at De Meines, iowa . W A N T E D--Idie' and Gent' B. Kaereher & CO. tn ume her work there K, C. SLegner autoed to Minneapolis to spend thQ week at the state fr. Elmer 1-rtg of Twin Bks, S. D, spent Sda vth friends her Gertrude Zahrboek spent Thursday at the ho of her mother M. K Zahrboek. Mr Grge Wlln of Big Stone City, S. D., vsRed at M. Zahrbk' last wk - Mi lota Behn retued Sunday from .her visit with relatives at Twin B ks,& n.  Clar OIson went to Monte vMeo Sunday to outer the high hl the for the coming year. Mrs. Joh Ltine. Dsy and $olm- hie, were paengers to $ Paul on Tuesday to vmft lafi Jolm Honey was up fm Uartley, Imva, for a f days to attend to me baldness traton here. Theodore MeJnat went to Merram Park Tuesday to eter boarding hool ppratory to entering the mlnitry, Mrs. A. ltopedt and daughters ted Friday having been lled to Winoua to attemi the funeral of a uncle Mis Hertha Gerber turnd tMs week fm her visit with friends in S P and w01 sme he sud;e at the Ortonvilte high hooh Milton  n Sehtt turne Satulay from their auto trip to nor- the Minot Bath por a,4n had a fine trp and eing beeut:fu untry, M  Zahrbock d fami;y at Arthur Zahrboek d family of Or tenvll]e autee to Twin Brooks,  D.' Sunday to sptnd the day with Mrs, He.an Ferber. I CORRELL NEWS Mrs. Lynn Woods is the ngr oi a new Ford eoupe. Reias fro Boyd visited at the A. Reske home aat weeL Mr. P, D. Vaugh w a blness eall in Ron Wednesday. Ms K, FeteI visited her pa. eats between trams Sday. Bei and Howard Weehshr mo- tored to Appleton Thsday. Mr. Dlors Moore a.d n Ralph mtored to Ormnville Monday. Mr and M. Kingder of Apple. ton visited in CarrOll Monday. ] D. Graham tud Sunday from Matmll whe he has been - tMng. I Morten, foerly f Cori, w*.s a bumras caller in town Fday sternoo Mr. d Mrs-Jes Hegge d tamay vited fnds near Col lut wee M Co A!lps moved to Cor- ral last wk so her children gould attend hl. P. D, Vaughan, Cha Hudson and S. H Fzzel were busness ler in OrtonlIe Tuesday. M Mike Luchsinger and Mrs, Heen Maynard were Apple on ea - era Tnesda evenh The Woods, chuson and Hudson fmi[fes attended the eam at Or- Mr, d M. Nicholas Lundhage o Minneapolis  planvlug to rake Ornville their home. Mr, Lundhage rvelling prentatlve for the J 1. Case Threshing Mhine Company clothes to clean and p City Tailor Shop. A. W. Yog, pro- prietor *I2-tf IIEM STITCH INGHnstlteh1g, 10c Mr d M Alvah Matthews an per yd. Mr E. name, Monte- Mr. nd Mrs. G A. Pe]] mnto video, Mien. 17-2 to Glenv*ood Sunday to sit frds STRAyED---Fm my p]a, August They also visited M Poweir broth. 17,  2-yeaId lack Saw, Fndex er and family at Bon nn their re- please notify L O. lndgren, Route turn. " 2, Ortonvil]e. Phone 10-F-. 16-2 O O Ross and wife and J. D. Ross and daughter, accompamed by Elmer FOR SALEMke  an offer on the Kamah, autoed to the state fair Tae- NE  of Segt 12. t**p. 121, r day, whe they will take in he auto 46. ]ated 3% rm et of Orion. rage on Wedsday and posb]y Sat- lle 160 aes Addss N. G urday. Lndgren, Bertold, N D *13 A. C. SAEGER GROCERIES Phone 37. t Buy your groceries of us. We can save you moy, Following is a ]#ist of our specials for this week KARO SYRUP 5 pound pail, dark ...... . ..... $ .35 5 pound pail, whlto ............................ : .......... 40 10 pound pail, dark .......... . .......................... 70 l0 pound pail, white ................................. 80 Salmon. one pound, flat can ....................... 20 Sardines in Oil, per can ............................ 05 LOG CABIN SYRUP Small ........................................................ 35 Medium .................................................. 70 Large ................  .......................................... 1.40 COFFEE Peaberry, per pound ............................... 25 Saeger's Special, per pound ................ 23 Des Arts (vacuum packed) per pound ....... 4@ White House, per pound ........................ 45 SOAP Lennox, per bar ......................................... 05 P & G Naptha, per bar .............................. * .08 OVERALLS AND SHIRTS" - Men's Overalls . ............................................ 1%0 Men's Work Shirts ..... .................................. 75 Men's Dress Shirts ............................. 1.OO We also carry dry goods, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hose and Underwear. FOR SALF--Chester White We offer a choice lot of reglsted boars at reanahle prices. See them at the Kaeherda Farm near depot. Kaeher & FOR SALF-Chieken house or goal shed, size 10%x14, shte, sided d hlngled of. Inqni of eo. MMurhey. FOR SALITh E. L. Zehringer. Ortonville, ........ "* ......... [ Good Mr. and M. P. W. Fetei and M, K, Conright attended the eai- va] at OrtonviHe Thrtty. EUbeth Hudn, Howard s- a atdng the state fair. i  fmily of Mztrhalt ,visited Jet the Barie home this w.eek. ]dr. and M Hre and daugh. fl Ores. Hud home I wk. I Duncan Parr ed home 8-]j whe he l bn eltig h nt,! 1 M EI mme. li P ,1 g " tolnersW who are h  ws  t fto satisfied, is a sure indication that our foods are at Mandan, N. D., during her k t. . Jo =u of the best. . of Akin !ttddng her ple at the Our Bakery each day makes pastries un- Cttin' National Bank daring her  ; equalled. They are always newly-baked. Try J. Arthur Mstws'----Company  some, ld Ford eaz tbi wek to tlm fol- ": '"""" The KORNER KAFE CKwllle, ,l.tdter; d SpSke of Potter & Gowan, Proprietors. aedle, tomg ; md Vlneeti ao o Ortonville, a touring ear. : juq THINK! A LIBERT'* BELL FRE OF CHARGe. every boy and d'l of rhls ety home ies They 'il] help you ave youz dimes nick]ca (pe a Savings Account tday and g,,t a Libert r John Carln. Prident. C* $. Stk. Cashier. H. A* Stueke. A't. AUCTION A am g ng/o qu t fa ng and havlng nted my | to a pty who has full equipment, I will offer at Public TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1921 SALE STARTS AT 1:30 P, IH, Six Good Horses, horn Bull, 5 Head Young Stock. A Farm Machinery, and Household Goods. USUAL TERMS. LARS MONSON, TEBIL & DALY, Ationeers CLINTON. Clerk TNE UNIW'I$A.L CAI Announcement , Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford Motor Company, the following announcement: We are making another reduction in the the Ford truck, effective today..The new paces averag former prices, and are the lowest at which Ford cars and ever been sold. List prices, F. O. B. Detroit are now as follows: Amount of New pri Old Piles Redaction, Chassis ................ $295 $345 $ 50 Runabout ................ 325 370 45 Touring Car. ...... 355 415 60 Truck ............... 445 495 50 Coupe ..................... 595 695 100 Sedan .................... 660 760 100 "This is the third price cut during the past twelve months. September 22, 1920, the price of Ford touring car was .duce ,$575 to $440; June 7th to $415, and now to $355, making total tions in this type of $220, or 38 per cent, The reductions have been made in all other t,pes. One year s of the Ford Sedan was $975; today it hsts at equipment. "We are taking advantage of every known eeonom ufactJre of bur products in order that we may give them, ta the lie atthe lowest possible price, and by doing that, we feel th doing the one big thing that will help this country into more ous times. People are interested in prices, and are prices are right.. "The production of Ford all previous high records with the total reaching 117,696. fourth consecutive gone hundred thousand mark, which has gem June this year, previous month. "One noteworthy feature of our sales for Ford trucks and ears for salesmen. T h i s class of business has been gradually inereasing the past sixty days and ' interpret, it as a very good sign of improvement "No reduction has been made in the and none is contemplated." Go over these prices! See how little it costs to become the o' ed of a Ford car or Ford truck. Can you really afford to out one any longer Let us tell you more about it, and advise you regarding the livery of the particular type f car in which you are intereste& J. Arthur Matthews & Company OHTONVILLE, MINN. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, S Odessa High School Opened On Monday Altho short one teacher, the public school at Odessa opened for its year's work on Monday morning, September 5, with an enrollment of sixty-four pupils and students. Arrangement of the program has been so made that the regular full four year course of instruction is given in the high school. The faculty ig as follows: Primary, l,--Miss Gowan. Intermediate, 18,--Miss DeGreef. Grammar, 15,--Miss Lyon. High School--Supt. DeGeef. Lots Of Good Company. Albert Schwandt and family, Will Hamarm and family, Ed. Mews, Mrs. Frank Mews, Miss Grace Johnson, Ierman Melinat, Carl Edquist, George Nitz and Henry Grimm spent Sunday t the J. A. Mews home. Enter High School At Ortonville. Harvey and Olive Semrau, Evelyn Wagner and Alice Gess autoed to Or- tonville. Tuesday to take up high school work there. Claus Reese was an Ortonville call- er Tuesday. Carl Edquist is now attending to the rural route business. Miss Frida Mueller went to St. Paul t, restme her work there. K. C. Stegner autoed to Minneapolis to spend the week at the state fair. Elmer Hartwig of Twin Brooks, S. D., spent Sunday with friends here, Gertrude Zahrbock spent Thursday at the home of her mother, Mrs. E. Zahrboek. Mrs. George Wilson of Big Stone City, S. D., visited at Mrs. Zahrbock's last week. Miss Learn Bohn returned Sunday firomher visit with relatives at Twin n.ks, s v. Miss Clar/ Olson went to Monte- video Sunday to enter the high school there for the coming year. Mrs. John Lestina, Daisy and Jolm- nie, were passengers to St. Paul on Tuesday to visit relatives. John Haney was up from Hartley, Iowa, for a few days to attend to some business transaction here. Theodore Melinat went to Merriam Park Tuesday to enter boarding school preparatory to entering the ministry. Mrs. A. Hoppenstedt and daughters returned Friday having been called to Winona to attend the funeral of an uncle. Miss Hertha Gerber returned this week from her visit with friends in St. Paul and will resume heP sudes at the Ortonville high school. Milton and 'Irwin Schuett returned Saturday from their auto trip to nor- thorn Minnesota. Both report l;mving had a fine trip and seeing beaut:fui country. Mrs. E. Zahrbock and family and Arthur Zahrbock and family of Or- tonville autoed to Twin Brooks, S. D. Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Herman Ferber. CORRELL NEWS L Mrs. Lynn Woods is the owner of a new Ford coupe. Relatives frown Boyd visited at the A. Roske home last week. Mr. P. D. Vaughan was a business caller in Rosen Wednesday. Miss K. Fruetel visited her pa. ents between trains Sunday. Bernice and Howard Wechsler mo- tored to Appleton Thursday. Mr. Dolors Moore and son Ralph motored to Ortonville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kingsrider of Apple- ton visited in Carroll Monday. R. D. Graham returned Sunday from Marshall where he has been vis- iting. L. Mortenson, formerly of Correll, was a business caller in town Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.-James Hegge and family visited friends near Correll last week. Mrs. Corn Allpres moved to Cot- roll last week so her children could attend school. P. D. Vaughan, Chas Hudson and S. H. Frizzel were business callers in Ortonville Tuesday. Mrs. Me Luchsinger and Mrs. Helen Maynard were Appleton call- ers Tuesday evening. The Woods, Johnson and Hudson families attended the carnival at Or- tonville Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Fruetel and Mrs. K. Conright attended the carni- val at Ortonville Thursday. Elizabeth Hudson, Howard Wechs- ler, Otto Wiese and David Cordeman are attending the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bourgoise and family of Marsthall ,visited Jar the (]has. Barte home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hirnore and daugh. ter Anne of Leal N. Dak., visited at the Chas. Hudson home last week. Duncan Barr returned home Sun- day morning from Isabelle, S. D.,I where he has been visiting his aunt,,t Mrs. Earl Sommers, t - W - ! Miss Stella Vail is visiting friends I at Mandan, N. D., during her tyro weeks vacation. Mrs. John Frizzell of Akron istaking her place at the Citizen's National Bank during her absence. J. Arthur Matthews and Company sold Ford cars this week to the fol- lowing ]parties: Carl J. Rice of Min- mpoHs, Sedan; Geo. C. Heiman of Graceville, road-*r; Fred Spilker of Graceville, touring car; and Vincent Cavasino of Ortonville, a touring ear. I PERSONAL, SOCIAL !,l t AND NEWTS ITEMS It The Swedish M. E. Ladies' Aid will l meet at the church Saturday, Septem~ It ber 10. Everyone is cordially invited. Mrs. C. N. Ingrain returned to her name in St. Paul Monday after visit- ink with Mesdames Dinnel, McCord and Senescall. Fred Steussy and son Everett o Luverne, Iowa, were here Friday look- ing after their farming interesVs near Clinton. They made the trip by auto. Mr. and Mrs. Norling and three children spent the week-end with Mrs. Norling's mother, Mrs. M. L. Whit- ing. Mr. Norling is a banker at that place. Mrs. Cornelia Casler of Chicago, who has bee2 a guest of Mrs. E. P. Scott at the Bremer cottage, left for Portland, Oregon, and other western points Tuesday. Tlle Mission Society of the Metho- dist church will meetat the church parlors on Saturday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. A fifteen cent lunch will be served. All axe invited. A1 Lee is suffering from a sprained ankle which he sustained by falling from a sixteen foot ladder. By the use of crutches he is able to get to the office to do his work. F. G. Collins and fv,mfly who have been living in a cottage on their farm adjoining Foster on the south luring the summer months returned to their home at Des Moines, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lundhagen of Minneapolis are planning to make Ortonville their home. Mr. Lundhagen is travelling representative for the J I. Case Threshing Machine Company Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Matthews and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Powell motored to Glenwood Sunday to visit friends. They also visited Mr. Powell's broth- er and family at Benson on their re- turn. O. O. Ross and wife and J. D. Ross and daughter, accompanied by Elmer Kamlah, autoed to the state fair Tues- day, Where they will take in the auto races on Wednesday and possibly Sat- urday. i Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oltman and HEM STITCHING--I have moved in- little son, Mrs. Sam Harris and son, to the Cliff residence, one-half block and Mr: and Mrs. Joseph Chapman I east of Gunderson's Drug Store and of Minneapolis motored here Satur- I one-half block south, on 3rd St., clay and visited at the A. G. Atha Hemstitching, 10 and 15c per yard. home until Monday morning. I Also ready to do repair work on all JW Cox, attorney of Sioux City, I makes of sewing machines. Agency Ioa, is hel this week looking after for the Singer machines. For hem I matters in connection with the clos- stitching and repair work call . ing of the Fred Kakemeister Estate, A.L. Waddans. 5-tf-c, which includes the building known as the Foss Buildillg in Cashtown. BOARD AND ROOM--Fine place for Roy Fraser of Chicago and Miss two persons, men preferred. For Elma Gerhardt, daughter of Mr. and information call The Independent. Mrs. Emit Gerhardt west of Big Phone 297. "17-2 Stone City were married at the home FOR SALE--Library table, dining of the bride Tuesday. They expect roar  table, two rocking chairs, to make their home in Chicago. leather seats, one rug (9x12). All The Ladies' Aid society of the Nor- new. Inquire F. J. Caeser at Nic weian Lutheran church will meet at Fink's barber shop. the home of Rasmus Peterson on Thursday, September 15, The Peter- FOR SALE--Carnival and fair sup- sons live on the Chautauqua Park plies used by the A,merican Legion, Road across from the Big Stone Boat consisting of Cane Net, Rings, Pad- Works. dle Wheels and Paddies, Hoopla, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Lamont and Mrs. etc. See G. C. T,, at Variety Maurice Lamont and two sons motor- Store. "18-1 ed to Aberdeen Sunday. Mrs. Mau- rice will remain at Aberdeen where CAR FOR SALE--An Oakland Sedan, her sons will attend school and Mr. run less than 3,000 miles, am offer- and Mrs. B. C. Lamont will return ing for sale. Can be seen at J. Ar- to Ortonvitle and remain here during thur Matthews Garage, Ortonville. the fall. Priced absolutely right. For infor- . mation inquire at Independent of- @ rice. "18-2 I WANT ADS @ FOR SALE--Modern dwelling and WANTED T} RENTAt once, Five lots, known as the Dan Eames or six room house. Call 196. 17-tf property, on Lake Shore, just north of Peninsula. Get in touch with A.I W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' B. Kaercher & Co. "18-2 i clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- FOR SALE--Chester White Boars. prietor. *12-tf We offer a choice lot of registered boars at reasonable prices. See HEMSTITCHING--Henstitching, 10c them at the Kaercherdal Far per yard. Mrs. E. Damon, Monte- near depot. Kaercher & Schafer. video, Minn. 17-2 "18-2 STRAYEDFrom my place, August 17, a 2-year-old Black Sow. Finde FOR SALEChicken house or coal please notify L. O. Lindgren, Route shed, size 10hxl4h, sheeted, sided 2, Ortonville. Phone 10-F-5. 16-2 and shingled roof. Inquire of Dr. Geo. MacMurphey. Phone 12.-'18-2 FOR SALEMake .me an offer on the NEZ of Section 12, wp. 121, range FOR SALlY--Three good work horses. 46, located 3 miles east of arran- E.L. Zehringer. Ortonville, Minn. ville. 160 acres. Address N.G. Phone lO-F-13. 17-2 I Lindgren, Berthold, N.D. "13-6 FOR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf Splendid collection of tures for sale at the O. I, lain residence. JU&T THINK ! 'A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this city to have one of these unb home safe. . They will help you save your dimes and nickles. C'pe,, a Savi].gs Account today and get a Liberty Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stueke, Ass't. AUCTION As I am going -to quit farming and having rented my t to a party who has full equipment, I will offer at Public on my Farm located 2 miles south and 2 miles east of TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1921 SALE STARTS AT 1:30 P. M. Six Good Horses, 8 Milk Cows, 1 Grade horn Bull, 5 Head Young Stock. A full Farm Machinery, Wagons, Harness, All and Household Goods. uSUAL TERMS. LARS MONSON, TREBIL & DALY, Auctioneers FIRST NATIONAL CLINTON, Clerk. A.C.SAEGER GROCERIES Phone 37. Buy your groceries of us. We can save you money. Following is a list of our specials for this week.  KARO SYRUP 5 pound pail, dark .= ............... :. ................. $ .35 5 pound pail, white ......................................... 40 10 pound pail, dark ....................................... 70 l0 pound pail, white ..................................... 80 Salmon, one pound, flat can ......................... 20 Sardines in Oil, per can ................................ 05 LOG CABIN SYRUP Small ................................................................. 35 Medium ........................................................... 70 Large ............................................................. 1.40 COFFEE Peaberry, per pound .....  ............................. 25 Saeger's Special, per pound ......................... 33 Des Arts (vacuum packed) per pound ....... 40 White House, per pound ............................. 45 SOAP Lennox, per bar ............................................. 05 P & G Naptha, per bar .............................. .08 OVERALLS AND SHIRTS" Men's Overalls .............................................. 1%0 Men's Work Shirts ....  .................................. 75 Men's Dress Shirts ...................................... 1.00 We also carry dry goods, Men's, Ladies' and Children's Hose and Underwear. Good Food Wins The large number of people who are steady patrons, together with new customers who are satisfied, is a sure indication that our foods are of the best. Our Bakery each day makes pastries un- equalled. They are ahvays newly-baked. Try some. The KORNER KAFE Potter & Gowan, Proprietors. TIlE UNIE?ITSAL Ag Announcement Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford Motor Company, the following announcement: We are making another reduction in the prices of Ford Cars the Ford truck, effective today..The new prices average $70.00 former prices, and are the lowest at which Ford cars and trucks ever been sold. List prices, F. O. B. Detroit are now as follows: New Price. Chassis .................. $295 Runabout ................ 325 Touring Car ............ 355 Truck ........................ 445 Coupe ........................ 595 Sedan ........................ 660 Amount Of Old Price Reduction. $345 $ 50 370 45 415 60 495 50 695 " loo 760 100 "This is the third price cut during the past twelve months. September 22, 1920, the price of Ford touring car was reduced $575 to $440; June 7th to $415, and now to $355, making total tions in this type of $220, or 38 per cent. The same pro]; reductions have been made in all other types. One year ago the of the Ford Sedan was $975; today it lists at $660 with the equipment. "We are taking advantage of every known economy in the ufactre of Our products in order that we may give them to the lic at the lowest possible price, and by doing that, we feel that we doing the one big thing that will help this country into more ous times. People are interested in prices, and are buying prices are right.. "The production of Ford cars and trucks for August all previous high records with the total reaching 117,696. This is fourth consecutive month in which our output has gone over hundred thousand mark, the total for the four months being which has gone a long way in making possible the present June this year, with an output of 117,247 was the previous month. "One noteworthy feature of our sales is the increased for Ford trucks and cars for salesmen. T h i s class of business has been gradually increasing the past sixty days and interprebit as a very good sign of improvement in general "No reduction has been made in the price of the Fordson and none is contemplated." Go over these prices! See how little it costs to become the ed of a Ford car or Ford truck. Can you really afford to do out one any longer Let us tell you more about it, and advise you regarding the livery of the particular type f car in which you are interested. J. Arthur Matthews & Company ORTONVILLE, MINN.