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SEPTEMBER 15, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ill 4; PAGE $ t L, SOCIAL i AND NEWS ITEMS i ])ieboht of Bellingham was in is spending the week O. A. Lende of Canby vis- city Friday. R. Kern was a twin city vis- early in the week. IAndert is entertaining his from Norwood this week. Peterson of Pipestone is hee after his farming operations. Hendrickson and Ehner Kam- the state fair Tuesday. George McAllister went to last Friday to visit friends. Mrs. Cecil Kaercher and drove to the State Fair Men. R.-N. Moore returned from trip the first of the Agnes Bentley left for Becker will teach during the school Marie Mountford will teach Granite Falls during this . Kate Hayes has moved into m the John E. Anderson rest- H, L. Knight is visiting at the of her mother, Mrs. J. Karn Week. McCormick and Tom Rice of were in town this morning ron Hjelmeland and daugh- and Pauline of Madison here. Katherine Sparrow and son attended the Fair at Browns Mrs. H. W. Palm wilt go tonight for the bal- the week. Florence Bentley left for Bis- D., the latter part of last school. Gunderson returned from Sunday where he had a few days. Frost returned to Pine: to teach school where last year. and Carl Neibauer are friends at Aberdeen and Sioux D., this week. Gowan is teaching Valley this year, commenc- duties Tuesday. Helen Often commenced her as operator in the local te]e- Tuesday. has chargeO of the station at the depot during of Mr. Sarvis. "J. H. Jackson returneld this Irom several days visit with at E]lendale, Minn. Eldred will teach pub- music at Fulda this year. started Tuesday. C. E. Bremer went to Aber- D., Tuesday afternoon for a s stay at her home. Pearl Geier left for Sioux D., Sunday night where she public school music. Marsh Stephens broke her evening having fallen step of her house. returned to his N. D., after several with relatives here. D. Davis returned to her Aberdeen Friday after spend- at the Peninsulii. Hubbard, bookkeeper Matthews, i,s  enjoying Vacation in Minneapolis. ters, T. F. Nerenz and Wil- of Johnson attended to matters here Wednesday. Nelson, son of Swan P. Nel- e, had his tonsils re- at the hospital here Saturday. Mrs. C. P. Ingrain of Shat- oma, are here visiting Mr. sster and family, Mrs. Din- Hudson, manager of th Lumber Company of Cor- business here Tues- lIrs. E. T. Dixon of Apple- here for several hours Men- their return from EllendI Mrs. Paul Smith saippe( goods to St. Paul they have purctised a Vera Geier returned the first Week from Webster, S. D., was in charge of a case as ttffman of Coeur de Alene, as a gue,t of Mrs. Alvah from Monday until Wed- Mrs. J. W. Gist motored to Iowa, last week to at- county fair and to visit Pilfer south of Big Stone for Warner, S. D., Tuesday to visit her daughter Mrs. R.utl Wilkins has accepted a m the commercial depart- the Northwestern Telephone came down from Monday. He says there is to be had there for unmm'- stopped off for a with his family on "the on his return to Aberdeen ago. will hold a public at his farm fur miles Beardsley on Satukday, 10. arrived last Thursday Montana. He is a and Mrs. Will Bolsta who here. Lucian Kaercher will attend Carle- ton College at Northfield and will reave Saturday for that place. J. W. Bearden returned Saturday night from Bemidji where he had been for some time on account of an ttack of hay fever. Odin Olson and Jess M. King oi Watertown, S.' D., were guest.  o l:e Misses Helen Lightfoot and Agnes Hurley over Sunday. Frank Maxwell and family of Hol- loway and the Frank Petrick family of Clinton were Sunday guests of the itenry Petrick f,nily. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bailey moved into the Miller residence adjoin:ng the James Bailey house this week which they have leased. F. L. Boals of Malta township was in town Monday. He says he has forty acres of corn which will yield seventy bushels to the acre. Mrs. L. Wolf meyer entertained Mrs. William Krueger and Mrs. M. H. Zemple, her sister of San Diego, Cal., at a six o'clock dinner Wednesday. Chester Schoen, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sehoen, left Sunday night for Roswelt, N. M., where he will en- ter the State Military Academy. Charles Chamberlain, who was ta- ken to Sioux City, Iowa, for medical treatment some time ago, is able to sit up  this time and is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sarvis and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hess motored to the stae fair Monday. They took a camping outfit with them and will be gone a few days. i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and ehil-i dren" of WiImot, S. D., visited at the! hom of Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and i Mrs. J. A. Gold at Big Stone City, S. t D., over the week end. t Miss Belva Kaereher and Miss Ha-I zel Brown of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, who has been visiting with the former for the past month, are attending the state fair. W. R. Wiekham returned to his home at Ningo, Manitoba, Canada, Monday. He spent the summer at the home of his daughter Mrs. John Frizzell in Akron Valley. The largest assortment of Indian Pictures in the country are on dis- play at the residence of O. I. Cham- berlain---better get yours now. Ad. i i Mr. and Mrs. Gotlieb Amborn, or! Georgetown, attended to business matters here Monday. T]0ey i'omcr-i ly lived in Leonardsville, 'rraxerse county. Dr. and Mrs. George Countryman retraced to their cottage on the Pen- insula after attending'a fanfily re- uld(,n cf th ('ountryman family a tla::tings. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matthews and little son drove to Brainerd the lat- ter pa't of last week ar.d from there they went to the city to attend the state fair. Ms. A. N. Jounge and son Alton cf ?,iinton, N. D., are visiting at the! home of Mrs. Jounge's father, A. G Atha, this week . They made the trip here by auto. ('art Petrick and family and Mrs. ,garah Zimmerman of LeMars, Iowa, are guests eL the Schafer and Ger- hardt families. They made the trip here by auto. Mrs. F. A. Peterson and children :ctu:'ne(t to Aberdeen, S. D., Monday after spending the summer at the lake. Mr. Peterson will remain here for a few clays. Mr. and Mrs. George Hare, Miss Alice Hare and Roger Hare return- ed to their home at Fargo, N. D., Monday, closing their cottage on the Peninsula for the season. Miss Hannah Stark and Miss Eliza- beth Cummens left this afternoon for !Minneapolis for a couple of days af- ter which they will go to Northfield to attend Carleton College. Sievert E1]ingson and family are moving onto their farm in Akron val- ley which has been farmed for sev- eral seasons by William Knoll. They have leased their house in Ortenville. Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Mattheves drove to the State Fair Monday. Miss Joyce Welch accompanied them and will enroll at McPhail School in Minneapolis where she will study mu- sic. Henry McKee departed for his home at Xenia, Ohio, after several days stay he]e attending to business matters and visiting friends. The McKees may return to Ortonville to live in anoth- er year. --School Supplies at Tyler'u Vari- ety Store. Solid 10-k Gold Filled Links For Soft or Stiff Cuffs $1 75 A man likes gifts that he can use and you'll never see the man who couldn't ue another pair of Cuff Links--especially the new style we're offering for Soft Cuffs. Beautiful, serviceable and mighty hard to lose. EDISON AND VICTROLAS PALM, The Jeweler SEPTEMBER RECORDS ARE HERE A few of our new numbers in Boys' Shoes that will stand the hard knocks a growing boy is bound to give them. Mahogany Bultcher Bals--- Solid "Leather Insoles, 0utsoles, and Counters. Full Vamps, Full Rubber Heels, sizes 2I/ to 6 $4.50 Sizes 13V2 to 2 ...................................................... 4.00 Same as above in Gun Metal, 2/2 to 6 .............. 4.50 Tan Chrome Army Shoes-- Broad Comfortable Last. Finest Material and workmanship. Sizes 21/2 to 6 .............. : ............... 4.50 1 Lot Boys' Shoes-- Assorted Brown and Biack. English and Blu- cher Broad Toe Styles. Sizes 9 to 13]//2 ........ 1.95 Sizes 2A to 6 ....... ; ................................................ 2.45 "Big Nine" Gym Shoes--of Heavy White Duck, Interlined, Heavy Red Rubber Soles, Horse- hide Leather Trimmed. Sizes 2V2 to 6 ............ 3.35 Sizes 12 to 2 .................................... , ..................... 3.00 Suction Sole Basket Ball Shoes, Regulation Make-- Sizes 2V2 to 6 ........................................................ 3.50 Larger Sizes : ....................................... $4.00 and 5.00 Kollitz Merc. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meek and daughter Miss Mildred, and son Jo- seph of Indianola, Iowa, ave been guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm for the past week. M. J. Klinkhammer and f;mily will occupy the Cooper house about the middle of the month which they have leased. They are occupying the Dix cottage on the Peninsula at present. Mrs. James A. Bailey will leave Saturday for ttannibal, Me., to spend the winter with her parents and sis- ter, Mr. Bailey will join her later to remain with her and alo vis:t relatives in that state. Mr. arid Mrs. W. H. Morse and laughter Florence of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Mrs. Mary S. Hough oi Breekenridge were guests of Mrs. Katherine Sparrow for a few clays. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. French and two sons of Pineville stopped off for a day's visit with the French family on their return home from a three months tour thru the western states. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Reihmers and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shult of Monte- video visited for a" day with the A. C. Anderson family on their retm'n from an auto trip from Pine Lake to their hame. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCarthy of Watertown, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy of Aberdeen, S. D., were here to inspect the work being done on the Metropolitan Opera House the first of the week. ---Notions of all kinds at Tyler's Variety Store. H tHmm t Auto Repairing andG00d Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfies the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GAR/GE Ortonville Minn. --I have moved my Hemstitdfing Have you seen the Indian Pctures business into the Cliff residence, loca- on display at the O. I. Chamber!aiu ted one-half block east, and one-half residence? If not, le us show you block south of the Gunderson Dr:g them---it's the largest and best col- Store, on 3rd St. A. I.. We.ddan:. i letio, :in the country Ad ,m Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or 4sh only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE " C.A. BEARD, Proprietor "For Peace of Mind" Buy BLEKRE TIRES and TUBES. Minimum mileage for cords, 10,000 Miles. Fabrics, 7,500 Miles. For  Sale at the Y. S. and K. T. Garage. Y. S. and K. T. GARAGE T. A. Farrell, Prop. all I I Prices Reduced I I Ili II I Chevrolet Motor Company Re- duces 00['rices on All Models, Effective Immediately . The Popular 490 Model Now $525 Read the list below and you will agree that there is no other car on the market at the Price that will anywhere near compare fav- orably with the C H EV R 0 L ET, all things cor/sidered. Model--- Price 490 Roadster ........................ $ 525 490 Touring .......................... 525 490 Coupe ...................... = .... 875 490 Sedan .............................. 875 490 Light Delivery ........... :.. 525 T Chassis .............................. 1,125 T with Ex. Body ................ 1,245 T with Ex. Body & Top .... 1,325 , Model-- l'ice F B Roadster ...................... 975 F B Coupe ............................ 1,575 FB Sedan ............................ 1,575 F B Touring ................. : ...... 975 G Chassis .............................. 745 G with Cab .......................... 820 G with Ex. Body ................ 855 G with Ex. Body & Top ...... 920 WM. CUMMENS DEALER Ortonville - - Minnesota SEPTEMBER 15, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ill 4; PAGE $ t L, SOCIAL i AND NEWS ITEMS i ])ieboht of Bellingham was in is spending the week O. A. Lende of Canby vis- city Friday. R. Kern was a twin city vis- early in the week. IAndert is entertaining his from Norwood this week. Peterson of Pipestone is hee after his farming operations. Hendrickson and Ehner Kam- the state fair Tuesday. George McAllister went to last Friday to visit friends. Mrs. Cecil Kaercher and drove to the State Fair Men. R.-N. Moore returned from trip the first of the Agnes Bentley left for Becker will teach during the school Marie Mountford will teach Granite Falls during this . Kate Hayes has moved into m the John E. Anderson rest- H, L. Knight is visiting at the of her mother, Mrs. J. Karn Week. McCormick and Tom Rice of were in town this morning ron Hjelmeland and daugh- and Pauline of Madison here. Katherine Sparrow and son attended the Fair at Browns Mrs. H. W. Palm wilt go tonight for the bal- the week. Florence Bentley left for Bis- D., the latter part of last school. Gunderson returned from Sunday where he had a few days. Frost returned to Pine: to teach school where last year. and Carl Neibauer are friends at Aberdeen and Sioux D., this week. Gowan is teaching Valley this year, commenc- duties Tuesday. Helen Often commenced her as operator in the local te]e- Tuesday. has chargeO of the station at the depot during of Mr. Sarvis. "J. H. Jackson returneld this Irom several days visit with at E]lendale, Minn. Eldred will teach pub- music at Fulda this year. started Tuesday. C. E. Bremer went to Aber- D., Tuesday afternoon for a s stay at her home. Pearl Geier left for Sioux D., Sunday night where she public school music. Marsh Stephens broke her evening having fallen step of her house. returned to his N. D., after several with relatives here. D. Davis returned to her Aberdeen Friday after spend- at the Peninsulii. Hubbard, bookkeeper Matthews, i,s  enjoying Vacation in Minneapolis. ters, T. F. Nerenz and Wil- of Johnson attended to matters here Wednesday. Nelson, son of Swan P. Nel- e, had his tonsils re- at the hospital here Saturday. Mrs. C. P. Ingrain of Shat- oma, are here visiting Mr. sster and family, Mrs. Din- Hudson, manager of th Lumber Company of Cor- business here Tues- lIrs. E. T. Dixon of Apple- here for several hours Men- their return from EllendI Mrs. Paul Smith saippe( goods to St. Paul they have purctised a Vera Geier returned the first Week from Webster, S. D., was in charge of a case as ttffman of Coeur de Alene, as a gue,t of Mrs. Alvah from Monday until Wed- Mrs. J. W. Gist motored to Iowa, last week to at- county fair and to visit Pilfer south of Big Stone for Warner, S. D., Tuesday to visit her daughter Mrs. R.utl Wilkins has accepted a m the commercial depart- the Northwestern Telephone came down from Monday. He says there is to be had there for unmm'- stopped off for a with his family on "the on his return to Aberdeen ago. will hold a public at his farm fur miles Beardsley on Satukday, 10. arrived last Thursday Montana. He is a and Mrs. Will Bolsta who here. Lucian Kaercher will attend Carle- ton College at Northfield and will reave Saturday for that place. J. W. Bearden returned Saturday night from Bemidji where he had been for some time on account of an ttack of hay fever. Odin Olson and Jess M. King oi Watertown, S.' D., were guest.  o l:e Misses Helen Lightfoot and Agnes Hurley over Sunday. Frank Maxwell and family of Hol- loway and the Frank Petrick family of Clinton were Sunday guests of the itenry Petrick f,nily. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bailey moved into the Miller residence adjoin:ng the James Bailey house this week which they have leased. F. L. Boals of Malta township was in town Monday. He says he has forty acres of corn which will yield seventy bushels to the acre. Mrs. L. Wolf meyer entertained Mrs. William Krueger and Mrs. M. H. Zemple, her sister of San Diego, Cal., at a six o'clock dinner Wednesday. Chester Schoen, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sehoen, left Sunday night for Roswelt, N. M., where he will en- ter the State Military Academy. Charles Chamberlain, who was ta- ken to Sioux City, Iowa, for medical treatment some time ago, is able to sit up  this time and is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sarvis and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hess motored to the stae fair Monday. They took a camping outfit with them and will be gone a few days. i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and ehil-i dren" of WiImot, S. D., visited at the! hom of Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and i Mrs. J. A. Gold at Big Stone City, S. t D., over the week end. t Miss Belva Kaereher and Miss Ha-I zel Brown of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, who has been visiting with the former for the past month, are attending the state fair. W. R. Wiekham returned to his home at Ningo, Manitoba, Canada, Monday. He spent the summer at the home of his daughter Mrs. John Frizzell in Akron Valley. The largest assortment of Indian Pictures in the country are on dis- play at the residence of O. I. Cham- berlain---better get yours now. Ad. i i Mr. and Mrs. Gotlieb Amborn, or! Georgetown, attended to business matters here Monday. T]0ey i'omcr-i ly lived in Leonardsville, 'rraxerse county. Dr. and Mrs. George Countryman retraced to their cottage on the Pen- insula after attending'a fanfily re- uld(,n cf th ('ountryman family a tla::tings. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matthews and little son drove to Brainerd the lat- ter pa't of last week ar.d from there they went to the city to attend the state fair. Ms. A. N. Jounge and son Alton cf ?,iinton, N. D., are visiting at the! home of Mrs. Jounge's father, A. G Atha, this week . They made the trip here by auto. ('art Petrick and family and Mrs. ,garah Zimmerman of LeMars, Iowa, are guests eL the Schafer and Ger- hardt families. They made the trip here by auto. Mrs. F. A. Peterson and children :ctu:'ne(t to Aberdeen, S. D., Monday after spending the summer at the lake. Mr. Peterson will remain here for a few clays. Mr. and Mrs. George Hare, Miss Alice Hare and Roger Hare return- ed to their home at Fargo, N. D., Monday, closing their cottage on the Peninsula for the season. Miss Hannah Stark and Miss Eliza- beth Cummens left this afternoon for !Minneapolis for a couple of days af- ter which they will go to Northfield to attend Carleton College. Sievert E1]ingson and family are moving onto their farm in Akron val- ley which has been farmed for sev- eral seasons by William Knoll. They have leased their house in Ortenville. Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Mattheves drove to the State Fair Monday. Miss Joyce Welch accompanied them and will enroll at McPhail School in Minneapolis where she will study mu- sic. Henry McKee departed for his home at Xenia, Ohio, after several days stay he]e attending to business matters and visiting friends. The McKees may return to Ortonville to live in anoth- er year. --School Supplies at Tyler'u Vari- ety Store. Solid 10-k Gold Filled Links For Soft or Stiff Cuffs $1 75 A man likes gifts that he can use and you'll never see the man who couldn't ue another pair of Cuff Links--especially the new style we're offering for Soft Cuffs. Beautiful, serviceable and mighty hard to lose. EDISON AND VICTROLAS PALM, The Jeweler SEPTEMBER RECORDS ARE HERE A few of our new numbers in Boys' Shoes that will stand the hard knocks a growing boy is bound to give them. Mahogany Bultcher Bals--- Solid "Leather Insoles, 0utsoles, and Counters. Full Vamps, Full Rubber Heels, sizes 2I/ to 6 $4.50 Sizes 13V2 to 2 ...................................................... 4.00 Same as above in Gun Metal, 2/2 to 6 .............. 4.50 Tan Chrome Army Shoes-- Broad Comfortable Last. Finest Material and workmanship. Sizes 21/2 to 6 .............. : ............... 4.50 1 Lot Boys' Shoes-- Assorted Brown and Biack. English and Blu- cher Broad Toe Styles. Sizes 9 to 13]//2 ........ 1.95 Sizes 2A to 6 ....... ; ................................................ 2.45 "Big Nine" Gym Shoes--of Heavy White Duck, Interlined, Heavy Red Rubber Soles, Horse- hide Leather Trimmed. Sizes 2V2 to 6 ............ 3.35 Sizes 12 to 2 .................................... , ..................... 3.00 Suction Sole Basket Ball Shoes, Regulation Make-- Sizes 2V2 to 6 ........................................................ 3.50 Larger Sizes : ....................................... $4.00 and 5.00 Kollitz Merc. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meek and daughter Miss Mildred, and son Jo- seph of Indianola, Iowa, ave been guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm for the past week. M. J. Klinkhammer and f;mily will occupy the Cooper house about the middle of the month which they have leased. They are occupying the Dix cottage on the Peninsula at present. Mrs. James A. Bailey will leave Saturday for ttannibal, Me., to spend the winter with her parents and sis- ter, Mr. Bailey will join her later to remain with her and alo vis:t relatives in that state. Mr. arid Mrs. W. H. Morse and laughter Florence of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Mrs. Mary S. Hough oi Breekenridge were guests of Mrs. Katherine Sparrow for a few clays. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. French and two sons of Pineville stopped off for a day's visit with the French family on their return home from a three months tour thru the western states. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Reihmers and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shult of Monte- video visited for a" day with the A. C. Anderson family on their retm'n from an auto trip from Pine Lake to their hame. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCarthy of Watertown, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy of Aberdeen, S. D., were here to inspect the work being done on the Metropolitan Opera House the first of the week. ---Notions of all kinds at Tyler's Variety Store. H tHmm t Auto Repairing andG00d Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfies the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GAR/GE Ortonville Minn. --I have moved my Hemstitdfing Have you seen the Indian Pctures business into the Cliff residence, loca- on display at the O. I. Chamber!aiu ted one-half block east, and one-half residence? If not, le us show you block south of the Gunderson Dr:g them---it's the largest and best col- Store, on 3rd St. A. I.. We.ddan:. i letio, :in the country Ad ,m Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or 4sh only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE " C.A. BEARD, Proprietor "For Peace of Mind" Buy BLEKRE TIRES and TUBES. Minimum mileage for cords, 10,000 Miles. Fabrics, 7,500 Miles. For  Sale at the Y. S. and K. T. Garage. Y. S. and K. T. GARAGE T. A. Farrell, Prop. all I I Prices Reduced I I Ili II I Chevrolet Motor Company Re- duces 00['rices on All Models, Effective Immediately . The Popular 490 Model Now $525 Read the list below and you will agree that there is no other car on the market at the Price that will anywhere near compare fav- orably with the C H EV R 0 L ET, all things cor/sidered. Model--- Price 490 Roadster ........................ $ 525 490 Touring .......................... 525 490 Coupe ...................... = .... 875 490 Sedan .............................. 875 490 Light Delivery ........... :.. 525 T Chassis .............................. 1,125 T with Ex. Body ................ 1,245 T with Ex. Body & Top .... 1,325 , Model-- l'ice F B Roadster ...................... 975 F B Coupe ............................ 1,575 FB Sedan ............................ 1,575 F B Touring ................. : ...... 975 G Chassis .............................. 745 G with Cab .......................... 820 G with Ex. Body ................ 855 G with Ex. Body & Top ...... 920 WM. CUMMENS DEALER Ortonville - - Minnesota SOCIAL Lucian Kaerche will attend Carlo- Mr. and MIs. Gotheb .mborn, or! Mr. and bl. Chas. Mk and --I have moved my Hemotithlng! H& you seen the Indian Pktuncs ton College at Northfield and will IC.eorgetexsn attended to busi.oss daughter Miss Mildred, an[l son Jo- buslness into the Cliff residence oea.!o d sp ay at the O Chamlea AND NEVS ITEMS Odin OIson and Jess M. Kin of insuln after attending a famil 3 le mhldle of the moth which they have leave Satulx]ay f r that place. I atte s hole Men ay, Tey io itl seph of d a o a, Iowa. a 'e be t[ onehf blk east, and one-half resident? If lint, le us sho yn -- -- d.W. Bcalden tetxumed Satula! ly llxed in lona)ds'i/le, 'r,adere guest, of Mr. and Mrs. tl, W. Palm block south of the Gundern Drg thnm it's the largsl a,,d best col- of Belllngham night flln Bemidji where he had county for the past wk. art. e, on 3rd st. A. L. Waddan:, !e,tln in the country Ad bn fol some time on count of all Dr. and Mrs. George Count'nmn M.d. KPinkhammer and fily will " ,ttaek of ha), fever retmaled to theil cottage on the Pen oupy the Cper house abou the ....... -- -- Wac o ........ S ) eegue.o elt,i(, cr th,  u,,tl.nav mlty  ed q'hc teocenpvng he }x [ "  :y Friday. 5]isses Helen Lightfoot and Anes ila:tiogs, cottage on tin Peninsula at presenl hulle ove Sunday. bll. and MIs, Charles Matthcws and Mrs. James A Bailey will leave i city eis- F auk 1 axwe an faro y o He little soil clrcxe to BrninelM the ]a- Satul ay ol tlanniha], Me, o se is entertaining hb leway an the Frank Petr ck faro y tel p:ztt o[" la week au m t ee I e x/ oter ,, h he pa eat a. s e-I x ..k.- ft0n Norwood this week. of Clinton wel Sunday guests of the the) went to the city to attend the] tel._ Mr ailcy will join her late ' Hendriekson and into the bli/ler lesidence adjoin;n i f }uo]l, N D., ale visiting at the Mr nd Mls, W. H, |ole and " fair Tuesday. the James Bailey house this week I home of Mrs. Jounge's father, A, G llaughte Flounce of C.edav Itapid, __ which the 5 have leased. Atha. this ek. ['bey made tetrip Iowa, and Mrs. itary S, Ileugh ot t  to visi t friend s F.L. B/s of Malta township ,,as here by auto Bleckenridge ere guesvs of M Monda3 He says he has[ CI'] petrick aml fanlily and Mrs, l(athel.ine Spll.OW fol g few ,lays th eCeciIStateKaerehc]Pair Molt.and fort ) acs of corn wMch will ield !1 Sarah Zimnlemn of IMals, Iowa. D. and Mrs. E, A, Fro.oh and tw drove to seventy bushels to the acre. lare gets ,,fthe Schafer and 6or- sons of Pin.file stopped off fur a R. N Moore  um I Mrs. L. Wolfmeyer entertained haldt families They made te trip day's visit wth the FlinCh family on trip the first of Mrs. William Krueger aml M. M. H. here by auto. their retm'n home from a three Zero le, her sister of San Die, Cal.,i M , F. A Peter on and ehldn months tou th the esten tates. turnl to Abe.loe,,, S. D., Monday Mr. and Mrs E. J. Reihmers and! igthesehool Chester Schn. son of lr. andlafter spending the summer at the Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shult of Monte. rs, R. C, Sehoen. left Sunday night ! lake. Mr. Peterson will maln here chirp ited for .4 day with the A. L Marie for Roswell, N. M., whe he will on- for a few day. ; Anderson family o their term'. ter the State MiHtar Academy, I Mr. and Mr& Georg Ha, Miss ,m an auto trp from Pine Lake to Charles Chamberlai. who as to- A/ice Ha aml Peter Hare turu their h. ken t S ux Ciy, Iowa, for mlealled o her home at Fargo, N. D.I Mr. and M,. J. J. McCarthy of' the John E. treatn mt some tme ago, is able toJ Monday, closing their cottage on the I Watertown, S. D, and Mr. d Mrs. sit up at' tbJs t/me d s mewhat: Peninsula for the season. Let Us Serve You L. Kdght is visiting at the improved. her mother, Mrs. J. of Aberdeen* S, D,, we here to inspt the work being done on the MetropoIita. Opera Heue McCormick and Tom I ,ornmg Hjemelad daugh Sparrow and son at Bs Mrs. part school. Gundern retued from Sunday where he hem few dys. t last ye, Duer a and So D.. thi week. I21izahet Gowan is taehig s Ttmy. eomme.ecd her as operator in the lel gclc- haa ehargof the station at the depot during ,n tu*d ths several days visit with lendale, pub- ths year Taesday. . E. Bmer went to D., Tuesday a left for Scux 3., Sunday night public hool musi Stephens  hr falIen of her house. turl to his after several lativ he. Davs bookkeeper :, ks" en}oying Minneapolis. T. F. Nez and Wil- of Johnson attended to el g Mr, y, Mr Din- Hudson, manager Company of business he pple retum goods Vera Gchr retued the firsl r, S i offm of Coer de Alene, of Mrs. Avah Monday unti Mrs J. W. Gist motored o Iowa, fat wk to at- county fair and to islt Warner, S. D., Tuday uht*r Mrs. aecepged a the eommeia[ depart- the Northweste Telephone He ss there i toppd will hold a public h miles of Beardsley on Saturday, tO arrived iat Thsday He is a to the[Minneapolls for a couple of days af-I wk. eta% fair Monday. They took a ter which the' vl go to Northfield! Notions of all kinds at Tyer's camping outfit with them ad will be o a ed Car etch Col ego gone a few days. I ] Sievert El!ingsen and family a Va'ety to. i Mr. and M Frank Jones ad oh1 -i . t th f m kro 1 .. movngo o er ar nA nva dn of Wt[mot g. D. visited at the I eh h b e ' ' . ey wh, as n furred f .... [ of Mrs. Jones paints, M.. and oral seans by W am Kno g tone ity, .: D., over the wk end. l ' .... Miss Be va Kaeher  M Ha-I Mr, drove to the State Fair Monday el Bwn of Edmonton Aberta , who as h v'slti v h Mlss Joyee Welch eomp]ed the Canada, h een i lag ! and will enll at MePhal] Sehl {r pt month, a, . -i , Mmneapohs wbe she wfl study ma. attending the state fair. I W. R. Wiekh retued to his] sic" h ' .to C da : Henry MeK departed for his hom Y" pa he  a tend ng to bu ns matter ifi he ne of his daughter M. John , rizz [i n a and v s t ng fnend The MeKeea ma) e n Akin ValMy. retu to Ortonville to live in anoth. Th largest aortment of Indian er yr, in the country a on dis- play at the residence of O. I. Ch- I hool Supplies at Tyler% Yari get yours now, Ad.] etY Store. Solid 10-k Gold Filled Links For Soft or Stiff Cuffs k- # ,1. 7 A man likes gifts that h .... use and you'll never see the man who couldn't use another pair of Cuff Links,--espeCially the new style we're offering for Soft Cuffs Beautiful, serviceable and mighty hard to lose. EDISON AND VICTROLAS PALM, The Jeweler SEPTEMBER RECORDS ARE HERE Auto Repairinl! and Good Results The saris faetlon of knoxsing thltt your cal" has been overhauled or paired by  experi- enced mechanic is worth much, Work du he is not calked mpletm tll it has been done right, and satisfies the eustom, All Kind of Genera} Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GAR.GE A few of our new numbers in Boys' Shoes that will stand the hard knocks a growing boy is hound Mahogany Bulteher Bale-- Solid Leather Insoles Outsoles, and Counters. / Full Vamps, Full Rubber Heels, sizes 2  to 6 $4.50 Sizes 18V2 to 2 .................................. 4.00 Same as above in Gun Metal, 2I to 6 .............. 4`30 Tan Chrome Army Shoes-- Broad Comfortable Last. Finest Material and workmanshi p. Sizes 21/2 to 6 ............................. 4.50 1 Lot Boys' Shoes-- Assorted Brown and Black. English and Blu= cber Broad Toe Styles, Sizes 9 to 13/2 ........ 1.95 Sizes 2!/._, to 6 ._..... 2.45 "Big Nine" Gym Shoeo--of Heavy White Duck, Interlined, Heavy Red Rubber Soles, Horse- hide Leather Trimmed. Sizes 21/2 to 6 ............ 3,35 Sizes 12 to 2 ......................................................... 3.00 Suction Sole Basket Ball Shoes, Regula{ion Make-- Sizes 21/2 to 6 ....................................................... 3.50 Larger Sizes : ...................................... $4.00 and 5.00 Kollitz Mere. Co. Whether you are really hungry or wish only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Fie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE G.A. BEARD, Proprietor "For Peace of Mind" Buy BLEKRE TIRES and TUBES. Minimum niileage for cords, 10,000 Miles. Fabrics, 7,500 Miles. For Sale at the Y. S. and K. T. Garage. Y. S. and IL T. GARAGE T. A. Farrell, Prop. Prices Reduced Chevrolet Motor Company Re- duces Prices on All Models, Effective Immediately The Popular 490 Model- Now $525 Read the list below and you will agree that there is no other car on the market at the Price that will anywhere near compare fav- orably with the CHEVROLET, all things cor/sidered. Model-- Price 490 Roadster ........................ $ 525 490 Touring ....................... 525 490 Coupe ...................... Y..... 975 490 Sedan .............................. 875 490 Light Delivery ........... . 325 T Chassis ......................... 1,125 T with Ex. Body ................ 1245 T with Ex. Body & Top.... 1,325 Model lhi F B Roadster ..................... 9"/5 F B Coupe ............................ 1575 F'B, Sedan .......................... 1,575 F B Touring ........................ 9'/5 G Chassis .............................. 745 G with Cab ......................... 820 G with Ex. Body ................ 855 G with Ex. Body & Top ...... 920 WM. CUMMENS DEALER Ortonville Minnesota SEPTEMBER 15, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ill 4; PAGE $ t L, SOCIAL i AND NEWS ITEMS i ])ieboht of Bellingham was in is spending the week O. A. Lende of Canby vis- city Friday. R. Kern was a twin city vis- early in the week. IAndert is entertaining his from Norwood this week. Peterson of Pipestone is hee after his farming operations. Hendrickson and Ehner Kam- the state fair Tuesday. George McAllister went to last Friday to visit friends. Mrs. Cecil Kaercher and drove to the State Fair Men. R.-N. Moore returned from trip the first of the Agnes Bentley left for Becker will teach during the school Marie Mountford will teach Granite Falls during this . Kate Hayes has moved into m the John E. Anderson rest- H, L. Knight is visiting at the of her mother, Mrs. J. Karn Week. McCormick and Tom Rice of were in town this morning ron Hjelmeland and daugh- and Pauline of Madison here. Katherine Sparrow and son attended the Fair at Browns Mrs. H. W. Palm wilt go tonight for the bal- the week. Florence Bentley left for Bis- D., the latter part of last school. Gunderson returned from Sunday where he had a few days. Frost returned to Pine: to teach school where last year. and Carl Neibauer are friends at Aberdeen and Sioux D., this week. Gowan is teaching Valley this year, commenc- duties Tuesday. Helen Often commenced her as operator in the local te]e- Tuesday. has chargeO of the station at the depot during of Mr. Sarvis. "J. H. Jackson returneld this Irom several days visit with at E]lendale, Minn. Eldred will teach pub- music at Fulda this year. started Tuesday. C. E. Bremer went to Aber- D., Tuesday afternoon for a s stay at her home. Pearl Geier left for Sioux D., Sunday night where she public school music. Marsh Stephens broke her evening having fallen step of her house. returned to his N. D., after several with relatives here. D. Davis returned to her Aberdeen Friday after spend- at the Peninsulii. Hubbard, bookkeeper Matthews, i,s  enjoying Vacation in Minneapolis. ters, T. F. Nerenz and Wil- of Johnson attended to matters here Wednesday. Nelson, son of Swan P. Nel- e, had his tonsils re- at the hospital here Saturday. Mrs. C. P. Ingrain of Shat- oma, are here visiting Mr. sster and family, Mrs. Din- Hudson, manager of th Lumber Company of Cor- business here Tues- lIrs. E. T. Dixon of Apple- here for several hours Men- their return from EllendI Mrs. Paul Smith saippe( goods to St. Paul they have purctised a Vera Geier returned the first Week from Webster, S. D., was in charge of a case as ttffman of Coeur de Alene, as a gue,t of Mrs. Alvah from Monday until Wed- Mrs. J. W. Gist motored to Iowa, last week to at- county fair and to visit Pilfer south of Big Stone for Warner, S. D., Tuesday to visit her daughter Mrs. R.utl Wilkins has accepted a m the commercial depart- the Northwestern Telephone came down from Monday. He says there is to be had there for unmm'- stopped off for a with his family on "the on his return to Aberdeen ago. will hold a public at his farm fur miles Beardsley on Satukday, 10. arrived last Thursday Montana. He is a and Mrs. Will Bolsta who here. Lucian Kaercher will attend Carle- ton College at Northfield and will reave Saturday for that place. J. W. Bearden returned Saturday night from Bemidji where he had been for some time on account of an ttack of hay fever. Odin Olson and Jess M. King oi Watertown, S.' D., were guest.  o l:e Misses Helen Lightfoot and Agnes Hurley over Sunday. Frank Maxwell and family of Hol- loway and the Frank Petrick family of Clinton were Sunday guests of the itenry Petrick f,nily. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bailey moved into the Miller residence adjoin:ng the James Bailey house this week which they have leased. F. L. Boals of Malta township was in town Monday. He says he has forty acres of corn which will yield seventy bushels to the acre. Mrs. L. Wolf meyer entertained Mrs. William Krueger and Mrs. M. H. Zemple, her sister of San Diego, Cal., at a six o'clock dinner Wednesday. Chester Schoen, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sehoen, left Sunday night for Roswelt, N. M., where he will en- ter the State Military Academy. Charles Chamberlain, who was ta- ken to Sioux City, Iowa, for medical treatment some time ago, is able to sit up  this time and is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Sarvis and Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hess motored to the stae fair Monday. They took a camping outfit with them and will be gone a few days. i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and ehil-i dren" of WiImot, S. D., visited at the! hom of Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and i Mrs. J. A. Gold at Big Stone City, S. t D., over the week end. t Miss Belva Kaereher and Miss Ha-I zel Brown of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, who has been visiting with the former for the past month, are attending the state fair. W. R. Wiekham returned to his home at Ningo, Manitoba, Canada, Monday. He spent the summer at the home of his daughter Mrs. John Frizzell in Akron Valley. The largest assortment of Indian Pictures in the country are on dis- play at the residence of O. I. Cham- berlain---better get yours now. Ad. i i Mr. and Mrs. Gotlieb Amborn, or! Georgetown, attended to business matters here Monday. T]0ey i'omcr-i ly lived in Leonardsville, 'rraxerse county. Dr. and Mrs. George Countryman retraced to their cottage on the Pen- insula after attending'a fanfily re- uld(,n cf th ('ountryman family a tla::tings. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matthews and little son drove to Brainerd the lat- ter pa't of last week ar.d from there they went to the city to attend the state fair. Ms. A. N. Jounge and son Alton cf ?,iinton, N. D., are visiting at the! home of Mrs. Jounge's father, A. G Atha, this week . They made the trip here by auto. ('art Petrick and family and Mrs. ,garah Zimmerman of LeMars, Iowa, are guests eL the Schafer and Ger- hardt families. They made the trip here by auto. Mrs. F. A. Peterson and children :ctu:'ne(t to Aberdeen, S. D., Monday after spending the summer at the lake. Mr. Peterson will remain here for a few clays. Mr. and Mrs. George Hare, Miss Alice Hare and Roger Hare return- ed to their home at Fargo, N. D., Monday, closing their cottage on the Peninsula for the season. Miss Hannah Stark and Miss Eliza- beth Cummens left this afternoon for !Minneapolis for a couple of days af- ter which they will go to Northfield to attend Carleton College. Sievert E1]ingson and family are moving onto their farm in Akron val- ley which has been farmed for sev- eral seasons by William Knoll. They have leased their house in Ortenville. Mr. and Mrs. J. Arthur Mattheves drove to the State Fair Monday. Miss Joyce Welch accompanied them and will enroll at McPhail School in Minneapolis where she will study mu- sic. Henry McKee departed for his home at Xenia, Ohio, after several days stay he]e attending to business matters and visiting friends. The McKees may return to Ortonville to live in anoth- er year. --School Supplies at Tyler'u Vari- ety Store. Solid 10-k Gold Filled Links For Soft or Stiff Cuffs $1 75 A man likes gifts that he can use and you'll never see the man who couldn't ue another pair of Cuff Links--especially the new style we're offering for Soft Cuffs. Beautiful, serviceable and mighty hard to lose. EDISON AND VICTROLAS PALM, The Jeweler SEPTEMBER RECORDS ARE HERE A few of our new numbers in Boys' Shoes that will stand the hard knocks a growing boy is bound to give them. Mahogany Bultcher Bals--- Solid "Leather Insoles, 0utsoles, and Counters. Full Vamps, Full Rubber Heels, sizes 2I/ to 6 $4.50 Sizes 13V2 to 2 ...................................................... 4.00 Same as above in Gun Metal, 2/2 to 6 .............. 4.50 Tan Chrome Army Shoes-- Broad Comfortable Last. Finest Material and workmanship. Sizes 21/2 to 6 .............. : ............... 4.50 1 Lot Boys' Shoes-- Assorted Brown and Biack. English and Blu- cher Broad Toe Styles. Sizes 9 to 13]//2 ........ 1.95 Sizes 2A to 6 ....... ; ................................................ 2.45 "Big Nine" Gym Shoes--of Heavy White Duck, Interlined, Heavy Red Rubber Soles, Horse- hide Leather Trimmed. Sizes 2V2 to 6 ............ 3.35 Sizes 12 to 2 .................................... , ..................... 3.00 Suction Sole Basket Ball Shoes, Regulation Make-- Sizes 2V2 to 6 ........................................................ 3.50 Larger Sizes : ....................................... $4.00 and 5.00 Kollitz Merc. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meek and daughter Miss Mildred, and son Jo- seph of Indianola, Iowa, ave been guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm for the past week. M. J. Klinkhammer and f;mily will occupy the Cooper house about the middle of the month which they have leased. They are occupying the Dix cottage on the Peninsula at present. Mrs. James A. Bailey will leave Saturday for ttannibal, Me., to spend the winter with her parents and sis- ter, Mr. Bailey will join her later to remain with her and alo vis:t relatives in that state. Mr. arid Mrs. W. H. Morse and laughter Florence of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Mrs. Mary S. Hough oi Breekenridge were guests of Mrs. Katherine Sparrow for a few clays. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. French and two sons of Pineville stopped off for a day's visit with the French family on their return home from a three months tour thru the western states. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Reihmers and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shult of Monte- video visited for a" day with the A. C. Anderson family on their retm'n from an auto trip from Pine Lake to their hame. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCarthy of Watertown, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy of Aberdeen, S. D., were here to inspect the work being done on the Metropolitan Opera House the first of the week. ---Notions of all kinds at Tyler's Variety Store. H tHmm t Auto Repairing andG00d Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfies the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GAR/GE Ortonville Minn. --I have moved my Hemstitdfing Have you seen the Indian Pctures business into the Cliff residence, loca- on display at the O. I. Chamber!aiu ted one-half block east, and one-half residence? If not, le us show you block south of the Gunderson Dr:g them---it's the largest and best col- Store, on 3rd St. A. I.. We.ddan:. i letio, :in the country Ad ,m Let Us Serve You Whether you are really hungry or 4sh only for a light lunch you will find that food prepared and served at The Pie House has a satisfying flavor and has the "Home Cook" taste, for it is home cooked. No substitutes are used in Pie House cooking. We use only the best ingredients. THE PIE HOUSE " C.A. BEARD, Proprietor "For Peace of Mind" Buy BLEKRE TIRES and TUBES. Minimum mileage for cords, 10,000 Miles. Fabrics, 7,500 Miles. For  Sale at the Y. S. and K. T. Garage. Y. S. and K. T. GARAGE T. A. Farrell, Prop. all I I Prices Reduced I I Ili II I Chevrolet Motor Company Re- duces 00['rices on All Models, Effective Immediately . The Popular 490 Model Now $525 Read the list below and you will agree that there is no other car on the market at the Price that will anywhere near compare fav- orably with the C H EV R 0 L ET, all things cor/sidered. Model--- Price 490 Roadster ........................ $ 525 490 Touring .......................... 525 490 Coupe ...................... = .... 875 490 Sedan .............................. 875 490 Light Delivery ........... :.. 525 T Chassis .............................. 1,125 T with Ex. Body ................ 1,245 T with Ex. Body & Top .... 1,325 , Model-- l'ice F B Roadster ...................... 975 F B Coupe ............................ 1,575 FB Sedan ............................ 1,575 F B Touring ................. : ...... 975 G Chassis .............................. 745 G with Cab .......................... 820 G with Ex. Body ................ 855 G with Ex. Body & Top ...... 920 WM. CUMMENS DEALER Ortonville - - Minnesota