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PAGE  l C(RCi NOTICES 1 4, .t.  harcb of St. John. ,,. F,. .l. A. Su]:livan. M- :,  o'clock next Sunday morn . ptember 11. .wedish M. E. Church. .i Anderson, Pas,or Re ,:at . rvices on the second Sun- day ,; ,ach month at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Pieat Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. ev. H. B. Adams. Regutar ervices every Sunday af- .ternoo:, at three o'clock. Sm,i:y school at twelve o'clock. @ Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. vn. or ?:)0 p. m. German language. Sunday vchool after each service English !nguage. @ @ Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. Reffuta -ervices September 12 at 10:00 n. a in the Norwegian lan- nine a* 7:30 p. m. guagc. ':,glish services Sunday eve- @ @ Methodist Episcopal. Rev G. L. Hag3s*ans, Pastor. Tho v-day school of the Methodist church will give a reception to the faculty of the public schools in the church parlors Friday evening from eight to ten o'clock. Worshi next Sunday morning at the Methodist church at 10:30. Theme --"In the School of Christ." Sunday school t t2:00 m. Classes for all. Epwrth League at 7:00 p.m. Even- ing pre,ching at 7:45, topic--"God's Apple Trees." Swedish Lutheran Church. Odessa, Minnesota. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Inrtead of the ust/ai church service, the Sunday school will have its picnic which will be held at the Alex John- son farm about five miles northeast of Odessa and a mile east of the Swe- dish church. A program which will be given by members of the Sunday school will begin at 3:00. @ United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. CorrellSunday school at 10:30 a. an. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p. m. Steinle Schoolhotme--Sunday school at 2:00 p. ,m.; preaching at 3f00 p. m. Akron Township Church--Service discontinued. The public is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these ervices- LEGAL NOTICES *' - SUMMONS. District Court, Sixteenth Judicial District. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone--ss. Farmers and Mer- chants State Bank of Correll, a cor- poration, plaintiff, against M. Ferch, Julia Ferch, Matilda Ferch, C. F. Ferch, and Emma Ferch, defen- dants. The State of Minnesota to the above named Defendants:  You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled acticm, which complaint has been flied in the office of the Clerk of said District Court in the city of Or- tonville, county-of Big Stone, and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said com- plaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city Of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, Minnesota, within twen- ty days after service of this sum- mons upon you, excluMve of the day of such ervice, and if you fail to aswer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this acton will, upon such failure, take judgment against you for the amount demanded in said complaint together with plaintiff's costs and disburse- ments herein. Dated SeEtember 14 A. D. 1921. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First Pub. Sept. 8. 3 Citation for Hearing and Petition for .Administration. Estate of Frederick C. Wiley. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone---ss. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Frede- rick C. Wiley, Decedent The state of Minnesota, to Rosaline Wiley, Clarence E. Wiley, and all per- sons interested in the granting of ad- ministration of the estate of said de- cedeft: The petition of Clarence E. Wiley having been filed in this court, representing that Frederick C. Wiley, then a resident of the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 4th day of August, 1921, and praying that letters of adminis- tration of his estate be granted to Clarence E. Wiley and the Court hav- ing fixed the time and place for hear- ing said petition: Therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and re- quired to sho cause, if any you have, before this Court at the Probate Court rooms in the courthouse, in the city of Ortonvitle in the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 19th day of September, 1921, gt I0 o'clock a.m. why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said Court, and the seal,of said Court, this 23rd day of August, 1921. R. 13. HUDSON, keI.)KAERCHER, Jiidg Attorney for Petitioner. First Pub. Aug. 25, 3w Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 ,. Subject, "Substance," "Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. A!I re welcome to these services. F, .,. reading room in their hall (Shumai.,'r building). Open every Tuesday m,, riday from 3 to 5 p. rn The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. nday school at 11:00 a.m. $K. L. {2. Z. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Jobnsen--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every ther Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular communion services Sun- day morning, September 11, at 10:30 in the Swedish language. Evening services in English language at 7:45. Sunday after close of service there will be installation of the pastor Ar- nold Nelson. Dr. P: A. Mattson will conduct the glish anguage. Luther League meets September 20 at the "home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson. C6firmation class will not meet Saturday. erican Leqion corner "Blood. is mixed with the mortar that holds these stones erect. Trowels made from bayonets spread it here. Magnificent as this tribute is md proud as I am to behold it, I pray that it may be the last monument France may ever have cause to erect to an American soldier. And by the same token, may America never have cause to raise a shaft to a French soldier of another war. We hope there may arise someone who will point the way to an understanding whereby all wars may cease," declared National Com- mander Emery of the American Le- gion, speaking at the unveiling of the French monument to the A. E. F. at Flirey, France. "To those cities which are still in doubt as to how they should honor their sdldier dead. we commend a study of the plan adopted by Minne- apolis," writes the editor of the Youths Companion of Boston, Mass., who adds, "The Minnesota city has added to its already beautiful park system a Victory Memorial Drive eight miles long, bordered with 550 elms, each of which bears the name of a Hennepin county man who died in the service of America. Surely no means of honor- ing the dead could be more beautifu' or more charmingly ,combine senti- merit with practica benefit to the community. Is there not something piquantly sweet in the idea of a living thing as a monument to one who laid down his life for others? We speak often of keeping gr6e the memory of those we have loved. That is what they have done in Minneapolis, liter- ally as well as rhetorically." "I know every Legionaire in Minne- sota will agree with me that so long as a single Veteran of the Civil War remgins, the boys in kahki will give way to him and pay him honor," said Mayor Hodgson of St. Paul in a re- cent address, adding, "Had it not been for the soldier the Civil War : r( would be no  e,:can Legim, b cause there \\; tlld have t eei n(, America to fi.n :t'r " Among the t),:v]sivns already m(te at Kansas City ior the Third Nat o a egion and Leg.m Auxiliary convcn tions are five housand beds for h delegates and eighty thousand bedu for visitors. 'lhe slogan of Kans,:s City Legionaires is "a bed for every man" and "a man for every bed.' Needless to say, this does not mea. that the ladies will be forgotten. From all over Minnesota, Legion Auxiliary members are notifying state head- quarters to be sure to reserve plades for them on the special train from the twin cities to Kansas City, and on arrival there. By the way, the Chief of Kansas City Police is an active Legionaire I With remittances for 25 new mem- bers from St. Paul Post No. 8 and for ten from the post at Brainerd, re- ceived August 23, the paid-up mem- bership of the American Legion of Minnesota for 1921 now exceeds twen- ty-nine thousand and is well on the way to the thirty thousand mark. A bulletin just mailed to Minnesota posts urges each to do its part to- ward bringing the paid-up member- ship to thirty-thousand by September 30, so that Minnesota may be entitled to another Legion delegate to the Na- tional Convention at Kansas City, Oc- Sale of Household Goods Friday, S6pt. 9 Having decided to leave the city I am offering for sale the following articles at my resi- dence in the Sarvis house, across the street from the Art. McLane home: Monarch Range, Kitchen Cabi. net, New Process Oil Stove, Dining Room Set, Parlor and Bed Room Furniture, Electric Washer( new), also a large quantity of Canned Goods, Ice Box, and 16 full blooded Part- ridge Wyandotte Chickens and some wire netting. Came and look these articles over anytime during the day when it is convenient for you. AI Sackreiter Owner The man Who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he needs both. The real starting point of any business is: The "time at which one begins systematic saving If he begins right he opens a bank ,account and gradually builds up both his account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day for starting a busiress of your own that much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account---the lump sum will " " be here and ready for you when you want it. =0 TR ONVILLE MINNESOTA l)EI :N DEN :er Th. i .;i 'i n s I t C VO 'fhc: are t, b: L g, ps s n t O" ,n Cou : Ite,! - at St. rues and Mac *hat hy Kn.,w _ ,-opt  d,-cd by he :,lion, ivy item th .,iad. ia TLA s essc.gcr: '", l,..i :oy., have n t orgo&cn how Ja:e patronize. ,mtr egion S,  .,,n,v: la t f.li, .ad ate out to too., Lhei appe,_i..- oil. r, hey at, ai,i,lllg a lnOl.tel .,arade to the \\;, Lonwan cunty Far t St. James an an evezy Madel.a :ltizen to help hem make: it a sac- ess. Madelias Lgion B.md will lead he way." As the time , r the annual Legion district eonventcn at New Ulm ttr.ves near, Second District Legion posts are making plans fo: the trip. The boys at Worthington expect to have one hundred in their delegation, led by their Legion baud, drill squad, and quartette "to show the oth_r Second District posts that Worthington is on the map and means to stay there." "The greatest fighter for his size, age and weight in the world," was] how Sporting Editor George Barton of the Minneapolis Daily News recent- If its anything "Mechanical" and you think it cannot be done take it to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. A. S. HALLS Ortonville General Geo, anded the " ". cry" of ihe R., "" ,. l,each i p ,, ,ie in he world h-vi!z si,nu ' ,: )'or cf ;t 1); ( 3.'1 f- as mayor of Minneapo- linnesota's n..t!cnvA -:,;t , now in t, ain " nw. ?,Unnesola. URSDAY, SE FIRM Di ." , "he firm known bee_ dissolv,, ! n over alia t all bills. Th( \\;uto )p will be conti,,.,! by ?. Schuett & A full line 07 :,hool r's Variety S. "Come On Over to Our Home-- We're Fine and Warm I" Children playing on the floor, with no dan catchiflg cold. Rest of the family comfortable part of the house what's more desirable these long winter evenings ? An ! llTERIIATIOIIA L Onepipe Heater brings joy to the whole family. The wh61e kept.warm, so no need of hugging stoves. fire to tendonce or day--and no fuss er from fuel or ashes. This one scientific heater, placed the cellar, through its one register delivers healthful heat where in the house. And it cellar god. You ought to have one; it more to run than several stoves. the big InTiiWlarlelull. Onepip It b instructive, interesting. J. D:'ROSS & Ortonville, Minn. t car All That-Money Can Buy To be Master of the Highwfiy is glory ileed, but this well-earned distinctipn does not alone exolain the country wade preference shown for Pmge 6-66 models. To start with, there is large economy in the initial urice. Furthermore, many attested performances on trac and" hill have revealed a stamina that is a guarantee of long life and freedom from repair bills. All that a truly fine car should be, it is easily apparent that the Page 6 66 s by far, the greatest, dollar.f0r.dollar value on the market today. Is t any wonder, then, that discriminating buyers who could well afford to pay $5,000 to $6,000, if they were convinced that supreme quality compelled it, choose the Paige? PAIGE,-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT,| Michigan Manufacturcra of Moto Cars and Motor Trucks THE PARK GARAGE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA NEW PRICES ON PAIGE CARS Open Cars Closed Cars Glenbrook, 6-44, 5-Pass. Touring  $1635 Coupe, 6-44, 4-Passenger - . . Lenox, 6-44 3-Pass. Roadster - 1635 Sedan, 6-44, 5-Passenger - . . At'drnore, 6-44, 4-Ptss. Soort Car 1925 Coupe, 6-66, 5-Passenger Lakewoo, 6-66, 7-Pa. l'ouring 2875 Sedan, 6-66, 7-Pmmenger - - . Larchmont II, 6-66, 5-Passenger 2975 Limousine, 6-66, 7-Passenger - Daytona, 6--66, 3-Pass. Roadster - 3295 ts0 257O 37 383O 4O30 AB Pr4 f. o. b. Ftor$.  E,m PAGE  l C(RCi NOTICES 1 4, .t.  harcb of St. John. ,,. F,. .l. A. Su]:livan. M- :,  o'clock next Sunday morn . ptember 11. .wedish M. E. Church. .i Anderson, Pas,or Re ,:at . rvices on the second Sun- day ,; ,ach month at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Pieat Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. ev. H. B. Adams. Regutar ervices every Sunday af- .ternoo:, at three o'clock. Sm,i:y school at twelve o'clock. @ Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. vn. or ?:)0 p. m. German language. Sunday vchool after each service English !nguage. @ @ Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. Reffuta -ervices September 12 at 10:00 n. a in the Norwegian lan- nine a* 7:30 p. m. guagc. ':,glish services Sunday eve- @ @ Methodist Episcopal. Rev G. L. Hag3s*ans, Pastor. Tho v-day school of the Methodist church will give a reception to the faculty of the public schools in the church parlors Friday evening from eight to ten o'clock. Worshi next Sunday morning at the Methodist church at 10:30. Theme --"In the School of Christ." Sunday school t t2:00 m. Classes for all. Epwrth League at 7:00 p.m. Even- ing pre,ching at 7:45, topic--"God's Apple Trees." Swedish Lutheran Church. Odessa, Minnesota. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Inrtead of the ust/ai church service, the Sunday school will have its picnic which will be held at the Alex John- son farm about five miles northeast of Odessa and a mile east of the Swe- dish church. A program which will be given by members of the Sunday school will begin at 3:00. @ United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. CorrellSunday school at 10:30 a. an. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p. m. Steinle Schoolhotme--Sunday school at 2:00 p. ,m.; preaching at 3f00 p. m. Akron Township Church--Service discontinued. The public is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these ervices- LEGAL NOTICES *' - SUMMONS. District Court, Sixteenth Judicial District. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone--ss. Farmers and Mer- chants State Bank of Correll, a cor- poration, plaintiff, against M. Ferch, Julia Ferch, Matilda Ferch, C. F. Ferch, and Emma Ferch, defen- dants. The State of Minnesota to the above named Defendants:  You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled acticm, which complaint has been flied in the office of the Clerk of said District Court in the city of Or- tonville, county-of Big Stone, and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said com- plaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city Of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, Minnesota, within twen- ty days after service of this sum- mons upon you, excluMve of the day of such ervice, and if you fail to aswer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this acton will, upon such failure, take judgment against you for the amount demanded in said complaint together with plaintiff's costs and disburse- ments herein. Dated SeEtember 14 A. D. 1921. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First Pub. Sept. 8. 3 Citation for Hearing and Petition for .Administration. Estate of Frederick C. Wiley. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone---ss. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Frede- rick C. Wiley, Decedent The state of Minnesota, to Rosaline Wiley, Clarence E. Wiley, and all per- sons interested in the granting of ad- ministration of the estate of said de- cedeft: The petition of Clarence E. Wiley having been filed in this court, representing that Frederick C. Wiley, then a resident of the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 4th day of August, 1921, and praying that letters of adminis- tration of his estate be granted to Clarence E. Wiley and the Court hav- ing fixed the time and place for hear- ing said petition: Therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and re- quired to sho cause, if any you have, before this Court at the Probate Court rooms in the courthouse, in the city of Ortonvitle in the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 19th day of September, 1921, gt I0 o'clock a.m. why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said Court, and the seal,of said Court, this 23rd day of August, 1921. R. 13. HUDSON, keI.)KAERCHER, Jiidg Attorney for Petitioner. First Pub. Aug. 25, 3w Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 ,. Subject, "Substance," "Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. A!I re welcome to these services. F, .,. reading room in their hall (Shumai.,'r building). Open every Tuesday m,, riday from 3 to 5 p. rn The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. nday school at 11:00 a.m. $K. L. {2. Z. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Jobnsen--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every ther Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular communion services Sun- day morning, September 11, at 10:30 in the Swedish language. Evening services in English language at 7:45. Sunday after close of service there will be installation of the pastor Ar- nold Nelson. Dr. P: A. Mattson will conduct the glish anguage. Luther League meets September 20 at the "home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson. C6firmation class will not meet Saturday. erican Leqion corner "Blood. is mixed with the mortar that holds these stones erect. Trowels made from bayonets spread it here. Magnificent as this tribute is md proud as I am to behold it, I pray that it may be the last monument France may ever have cause to erect to an American soldier. And by the same token, may America never have cause to raise a shaft to a French soldier of another war. We hope there may arise someone who will point the way to an understanding whereby all wars may cease," declared National Com- mander Emery of the American Le- gion, speaking at the unveiling of the French monument to the A. E. F. at Flirey, France. "To those cities which are still in doubt as to how they should honor their sdldier dead. we commend a study of the plan adopted by Minne- apolis," writes the editor of the Youths Companion of Boston, Mass., who adds, "The Minnesota city has added to its already beautiful park system a Victory Memorial Drive eight miles long, bordered with 550 elms, each of which bears the name of a Hennepin county man who died in the service of America. Surely no means of honor- ing the dead could be more beautifu' or more charmingly ,combine senti- merit with practica benefit to the community. Is there not something piquantly sweet in the idea of a living thing as a monument to one who laid down his life for others? We speak often of keeping gr6e the memory of those we have loved. That is what they have done in Minneapolis, liter- ally as well as rhetorically." "I know every Legionaire in Minne- sota will agree with me that so long as a single Veteran of the Civil War remgins, the boys in kahki will give way to him and pay him honor," said Mayor Hodgson of St. Paul in a re- cent address, adding, "Had it not been for the soldier the Civil War : r( would be no  e,:can Legim, b cause there \\; tlld have t eei n(, America to fi.n :t'r " Among the t),:v]sivns already m(te at Kansas City ior the Third Nat o a egion and Leg.m Auxiliary convcn tions are five housand beds for h delegates and eighty thousand bedu for visitors. 'lhe slogan of Kans,:s City Legionaires is "a bed for every man" and "a man for every bed.' Needless to say, this does not mea. that the ladies will be forgotten. From all over Minnesota, Legion Auxiliary members are notifying state head- quarters to be sure to reserve plades for them on the special train from the twin cities to Kansas City, and on arrival there. By the way, the Chief of Kansas City Police is an active Legionaire I With remittances for 25 new mem- bers from St. Paul Post No. 8 and for ten from the post at Brainerd, re- ceived August 23, the paid-up mem- bership of the American Legion of Minnesota for 1921 now exceeds twen- ty-nine thousand and is well on the way to the thirty thousand mark. A bulletin just mailed to Minnesota posts urges each to do its part to- ward bringing the paid-up member- ship to thirty-thousand by September 30, so that Minnesota may be entitled to another Legion delegate to the Na- tional Convention at Kansas City, Oc- Sale of Household Goods Friday, S6pt. 9 Having decided to leave the city I am offering for sale the following articles at my resi- dence in the Sarvis house, across the street from the Art. McLane home: Monarch Range, Kitchen Cabi. net, New Process Oil Stove, Dining Room Set, Parlor and Bed Room Furniture, Electric Washer( new), also a large quantity of Canned Goods, Ice Box, and 16 full blooded Part- ridge Wyandotte Chickens and some wire netting. Came and look these articles over anytime during the day when it is convenient for you. AI Sackreiter Owner The man Who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he needs both. The real starting point of any business is: The "time at which one begins systematic saving If he begins right he opens a bank ,account and gradually builds up both his account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day for starting a busiress of your own that much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account---the lump sum will " " be here and ready for you when you want it. =0 TR ONVILLE MINNESOTA l)EI :N DEN :er Th. i .;i 'i n s I t C VO 'fhc: are t, b: L g, ps s n t O" ,n Cou : Ite,! - at St. rues and Mac *hat hy Kn.,w _ ,-opt  d,-cd by he :,lion, ivy item th .,iad. ia TLA s essc.gcr: '", l,..i :oy., have n t orgo&cn how Ja:e patronize. ,mtr egion S,  .,,n,v: la t f.li, .ad ate out to too., Lhei appe,_i..- oil. r, hey at, ai,i,lllg a lnOl.tel .,arade to the \\;, Lonwan cunty Far t St. James an an evezy Madel.a :ltizen to help hem make: it a sac- ess. Madelias Lgion B.md will lead he way." As the time , r the annual Legion district eonventcn at New Ulm ttr.ves near, Second District Legion posts are making plans fo: the trip. The boys at Worthington expect to have one hundred in their delegation, led by their Legion baud, drill squad, and quartette "to show the oth_r Second District posts that Worthington is on the map and means to stay there." "The greatest fighter for his size, age and weight in the world," was] how Sporting Editor George Barton of the Minneapolis Daily News recent- If its anything "Mechanical" and you think it cannot be done take it to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. A. S. HALLS Ortonville General Geo, anded the " ". cry" of ihe R., "" ,. l,each i p ,, ,ie in he world h-vi!z si,nu ' ,: )'or cf ;t 1); ( 3.'1 f- as mayor of Minneapo- linnesota's n..t!cnvA -:,;t , now in t, ain " nw. ?,Unnesola. URSDAY, SE FIRM Di ." , "he firm known bee_ dissolv,, ! n over ali a t all bills. Th( \\;uto )p will be conti,,.,! by ?. Schuett & A full line 07 :,hool r's Variety S. "Come On Over to Our Home-- We're Fine and Warm I" Children playing on the floor, with no dan catchiflg cold. Rest of the family comfortable part of the house what's more desirable these long winter evenings ? An ! llTERIIATIOIIA L Onepipe Heater brings joy to the whole family. The wh61e kept.warm, so no need of hugging stoves. fire to tendonce or day--and no fuss er from fuel or ashes. This one scientific heater, placed the cellar, through its one register delivers healthful heat where in the house. And it cellar god. You ought to have one; it more to run than several stoves. the big InTiiWlarlelull. Onepip It b instructive, interesting. J. D:'ROSS & Ortonville, Minn. t car All That-Money Can Buy To be Master of the Highwfiy is glory ileed, but this well-earned distinctipn does not alone exolain the country wade preference shown for Pmge 6-66 models. To start with, there is large economy in the initial urice. Furthermore, many attested performances on trac and" hill have revealed a stamina that is a guarantee of long life and freedom from repair bills. All that a truly fine car should be, it is easily apparent that the Page 6 66 s by far, the greatest, dollar.f0r.dollar value on the market today. Is t any wonder, then, that discriminating buyers who could well afford to pay $5,000 to $6,000, if they were convinced that supreme quality compelled it, choose the Paige? PAIGE,-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT,| Michigan Manufacturcra of Moto Cars and Motor Trucks THE PARK GARAGE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA NEW PRICES ON PAIGE CARS Open Cars Closed Cars Glenbrook, 6-44, 5-Pass. Touring  $1635 Coupe, 6-44, 4-Passenger - . . Lenox, 6-44 3-Pass. Roadster - 1635 Sedan, 6-44, 5-Passenger - . . At'drnore, 6-44, 4-Ptss. Soort Car 1925 Coupe, 6-66, 5-Passenger Lakewoo, 6-66, 7-Pa. l'ouring 2875 Sedan, 6-66, 7-Pmmenger - - . Larchmont II, 6-66, 5-Passenger 2975 Limousine, 6-66, 7-Passenger - Daytona, 6--66, 3-Pass. Roadster - 3295 ts0 257O 37 383O 4O30 AB Pr4 f. o. b. Ftor$.  E,m # AG E 5  hurch of st. John. tev. F, J A, Suiv M v 10 + o'elk next Sund mon, , ptember 11. @ # # .edish M. E. Chuh. L Anderson, Ptor Reu sr mviees on the ond Sun- day of (te +neath at 10:30  m. and 7:a0p. m,  plvt Valtey Methodhtt Epilmi Chereb Roy. H. B. AdavaL Regular icea every Senday - temoon at th o'clock Trinity Luther, s Chulk Augatst Battling, Pa. Servie every .undat at 10:00 L m. nt 00 p m. Cemn tguage. day ehool  h mml*ce Egiish ange.-- Noegian Lmthertm. Roy. J, walsh. Paster, Regul eiees Septembgr 12 at 10:00 a n. in the Noegian lan- guage. T:nglish nervous Suncky eve- Methodist Epbteopal. Roy G+ L. Hagtns, ptor. Tbr uday ache[ of the Methodist church will give a reption to the faculty of the public hs in the ehul parlors lday evening from eight to ten o'clock. Worship next Sunday moing at the Methodist ehnh at 10:30. Theme --"In the School of Christ." Sunday school at ]:C,O  elas for all Epwsth Leaglm at 7:00 p. m, Even ing pehing at 7:45, bDple--"Cod's Apple Tes." Swedish Lutheram Church. Odessa. Minnet  Roy. Arnold Nelson. Pastor. Inrtead of the tmti ehh rvi the Sday hl will have its picnic hleh on farm about fl#e of Odsa and a mile east of the Swe dlsh ehuh. A program which will h given by members o the Sunda zchool wiII begin at 3:00. i " # Ulted EvgeBcal Cheek F. W. Agile, Pastr. Coollthty a*ool at 10:$0 a m. Preaching at 7:3O p. Od--Pnme.ng ert at t0:00 m. Sunday heol at IL L, C. E. at 8: p. m. gtelnle Sehda e,hl Akron Townhip The public Is eordia0y invited t mt wth us at all of  @rvi I LEGAL NOTICES SUMMONS. District Ct Sixteenth Judial atrict. STATE OF MINNESOTA, cowry Big Stos. I, ue ration, plaintiff, a lia Feh, l%'eh,  Emma F'eh, dtm d Deendante: You, a ou, are hby mpmm ox  been flied smd tear'lie, e0un y :of tate of Mim,,esota. copy  your anger  plaint on the mlr, in the city bf OrtonviHa.. in the county of Big Stone, inn0glt, wlt kln twen mona un you, exclusive ofth qay of such ei and if y furl to wer the said complaint within the time fosaid, theegiaintLff in this alton will, upon tuh flure, take judgment against you for tim t demanded in said eomatt tog*ther th plaintiff's costs and ditha- rmmts herein. Datecl temr 14,  D. 121, A B. KAERCHER, Plaintifi'd Attorney 0rtoville, Min First Pub. Sept. S. Citati for Hr[ng aud Petition for dminist r ati, Eatate of rlek C, Wlhey. STATE OF MINNqOT Eount of Big Stone--, In Proate Coext. tick C. Wiley, Deeedent The etnte of Minnesota, to Rosaline ministrton of the estate of said de- ,dent: e pet titl0n of C[an E, Wley hanna been flied in this court, .prentSng that Frederick C. Wiley, then a sident of the nof Big 8tone, stt* of Mimmsota, ed int. state on the 4th day of August, 1921, and praging that letters ofadmim "froZen of Ms etate be granted to Clarence E. Wiley and the Cur, hav- ng fied the time and pla*e ton he+ lug sold ltition: Thefote, you end , eh ef ypu, are hereby cited and r . quid to sho coup, flare/you have, befsre tbs court at the Probate Court rom in the urtheume, in the ity nf Ortonvil]e in the county of Big Btone, state of Min, on the lth . day of September, 10L at 10 o'elk L m., why aid pedti ud ut b* ,: geant*d. Witness, the Judgeoof said Court, and the sl,o! sold Court, tht 23r day of,Agust, 1921, , R.g. HUDSON, = Atrney for Petl. First Pub. Aug. 25, lDi oRTONX ILl I DII ;NI)E', Christian Sdc for the ldier,  the Cil War 1, r* Sday rvaces at 10:45 , would he no  ,e,can Legieh h ...... ca there  ]d h e no gubent.  Substance, l OLI a t eea - me i iml Ja ,, Vednyieeat8:00p 4,, A]  zeatoC .__ re weIom to these ices Fv.  Among the pt ,visions alady mle ading room in their hall Shutout:, r  a Knnsas C y or the Thlrd Nat o a ouild" g) Open e cry q['adav  i , m . v . :m, gion d Legcn Ax]hary conxtm Fnday fm 3 to 5 v.  ton at five Lhousand beds for th delegates and eighty thousand be, s United Evangelil Church. City Leglonalres is "a bed for every The Church of Good Fellowti for vistor 'the slogan of Kar,ts Roy. ft. H. MayBe, Pter t m" and "a man for evm'y b(L' B S o -t h- ei es NeedLess to say, this does not menn a.m. K . C. E. mFeeting at 7:30 p. a II over Mmnota, Ieglon Auxdmry m. Probing services at 8:00 p. m.I members a nofymg state he0:d- Prayer mtiMg and Bjhle Cls will quarters to be sure to e places be he d e Wednesda eveta a for them on the specla] tram from revery y ff tl\\;e twin tit  to Kansas C ty, and on 800palteate Sday at 3:00 p.m. of "Kansas City pohce  an actef JouPreaeIng rvis every a rrzval there. By the way, the Chic AdelaidPreaching rvleea ever) Legionret vther Sunday at 2:0 p. m, Evexbody is rdlally invited to at tend the r#tln Zm Luthe Ohh. R. Arnold Nelson, pastor. Regular mmurd services Sun- day ing. September 11, at I0:30 in the Swedish lausanne. Evening so.ices in English language at 7:45. Sday after close of ser the will be installation of the ptor Ar nold NeLson. Dr. P, A. Mattn will co.duet the giiah..kanffoage." Luther Igue mts September 2O at the'home of Mr. and Mr Emil Johnn. C,fitlnn el will not meet Saturday, "Blood* is mlxed with ths mortar stone+ erect. Trowels bayonets spread it here Magmeent  th+s trJhut L* pud as I am to behold it, I pray that it may be the last mnnent Fran may ever have  to erect to an And by the same token, may Ameea never have u to raise a shaft to a French soldier We hope there may point the Way cease," dlared National Com mender Emery of the Ameriean Le- gion, speaking at the unveiling of the French monument to the A. E. F. al Flirey, Fee. "To those citi which a still ir doubt as to how they should hone, their scqdier dead, we eomnd e study of the plan adopted by Minne. polis," wxltos the etUtor of the 'Yoth CompJon of Boston, Mus., wh( adds, "The Minnota elty h add to its already beautiful park system a Victory Memorial D eight tales long, bordered with 550 elms, each of unty m who died in the swie of Surely no s of honor- lug the dead uld be mo beautifu' chingly ,combine nti- meat wJth praetis behest to the mmity. Is tho not methh piquantly swee in the idea of a livis thing  a men--eat to e who Iz down his llfe for others? We speak often of keeplng g0o the memot of those we Im toy*d. That is what they have done in Minneapolis, liter, ally a well s there_ IIy." 'I know ery Ldotmlr* in Minne- kgroe with  that  long as a angle Veteran of the Civil War lme.isa, the boysImhki will give way to him aud pay him honor," id Mayor Hodgson of S Paul in a - oat address, adding, "Had it not been With mittances for 25 new merp- bern fm St. Paul Post No. 8 and fo ten from the post at Brdnerd, - ceived Auguet 23, the paid-up mem- bshlp nf the American Legion of Manesota for 1921 n exceeds twen- ty-nine thousand and is well on the way to the thirty thousd mar A bulletin just mailed to Minnesota posts urges eh to do its part to. wd bnnging the ptdd up membe ship to thirty-thousand by Septembe 30, sn that Minneta y be entitled tn another Legon delegate to the Na- tional Convention at Kansas City, Oc Household 0000ds Friday, Sdpt. 9 Having decided to leave the city I am offering for sale the folLowing tieles at my resi- ddnee in the gais hour, across the sleet from the Art. McLme home Mah Rang Kitchen Cabi, net, New Pto Oil Stove, Dining R Set, PIor and Bed Rom Fniture, E[eetris Waoher(new), al a larg e quantity nf Cned Geed I Box. d 16 full blooded part- ridge Wandotte Chicke 9rid me wire netting C and look the articles over anytime during the day when it is convenient or yo0. AI Sackreiter Owner The man Who starts, in business today must have money or credit--to be saccessful he needs both. The real starting point of any business is: The time at which one begins systematic saving." If he begins right he ope'  bank ,aeeoult and gradually buildsup beth his account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day for starting a business of your own that much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you ean spare a dol- lar add it to your account--the lamp sum will be here and ready for you when you want i t. FirstBank Natinal I ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA "or Th i ',I , General Geo ' FIRM . e vt [ ;reded the q ;, he firm known I ,1/, of the Ro,, been diane]v,, rlht+ : are t, Lug: t+, g, ps s n Leach i po , t o  ceu im:,,t at St.  te in hn world .... men and Me, I : hvh uu' ; , : ihat they knw t all bills, Th + ope, :  d,, e+l by he , ,on ,f a hb c Sl, 'P will be eontin ,+d hy ,lionel g itela th hi i, Ti;, s ; f- ;;s ma3or of Miomapo -, Sehuott & ], ; est ,er: % ,; oy have v t: i tcso , at,ha I -- orgoten how Jttes patl.niz ai + : u, t , new in thin A full llne of hool l i''r egin S,' t  lnv:l In t f }J'[! ' at, ?Jinnesola. "r's Variety S , Lnd me out to ;,o., Lheh appteci ,- __ on. +,hey a mmmg a mo,mtez- +arade to the , aonwan ,ounty Far' t SL J*,nes an WalXt every Model a ,itien to help hem mak i a se- ess, bladelia's Lgion B:md will Lead he way." * --" [ AS the time  r the annual Legion district convent en at New Ulm tirwz near, Sond District Legion posts making plans for the trap. 2he boys at Worthington expect to have one hundred in they delegation, led by their lgion band, drin squad, and qlctte "to show the nth, r Send Dstrict posts that Worthingt s on the map and means ts stay there. ' hnw Sor*g dtor Geo, ge Barto "The gtet ghter for hs se. go and eght n the wnrd  as  the Mnneapss Day Nes reeent I If its anything I! "Mechanical" and you think it cannot be done--take it to . Hall's I No shop in this sec- [ tion so domplete in mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. A. S. HALLS Ortonvme - "Come On Over to Our House-- We're Faro and Warml" V Childre n phymg on the floor, with no catchiflg cold. Rest of the hmily comfortable in: part of the house--what's mbre thee long winter evenings P An ! nTERrlAlrlOIIAL Onepipe Heater , brings }oy to the whole family. kept.warm, so no need of hugging llrc to day--and no rum cr from uel or ashes. the cellar, through  tx.giser delivers heakhful where in the house. cellar fool, You ought to have one; morn to run than several ov the biz It i irmmuve, int*rmia J. D:ROSS & 0r tonville, MimL All ThatMoney ConBuY To be Master of the Highway is glory indeed, but this well-earned dstinction does nqt alorte explain the country-wlde preference shown for Paige 6-66 models. To start with, there is" large economy in the initial price. Furthermore, many attested performances on trac and" hill. have revealed a stamina that is a guarantee of long life and freed, om from repair bills. All that a truly fine car should be, it is easily apparent + that the PAge 6-66 is by.far, the greatest.dollar.for-dollar value o.n the market today. Is it any wonder, then, that omcnmanatmg buyers who could Well afford to pay $5, ..000 to $6,000, if they were convinced that supreme qtmllty compelled it, choose the Paige? PAIGE.DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO.. DETROIT,|MtnhqWat THE PARK GARAGE. 0 BT0 NVILLE. MINNESOTA NEW PRICF.S ON pAG CARS On Cars Closed ars G]m'cook 6..44, . Tring. $1635 Coupe, 6-44, 4-palmenG . . . AMdrmee,  4.put .l*tx' t &P*. Roadetterar. 19163 eden, 6-44, -p . . . Seden,-,i'.pm*m- . . ".. 4ao" Lekew 6-66, 7.paa*.et 287S oupe, 6-, S-pamenger . . aff$6 Lrdmmmt If, , $-pmmens 297$ e, 6-66, 7-Ptmea$ lana, 6-66, -p, Roadm. 325 PAGE  l C(RCi NOTICES 1 4, .t.  harcb of St. John. ,,. F,. .l. A. Su]:livan. M- :,  o'clock next Sunday morn . ptember 11. .wedish M. E. Church. .i Anderson, Pas,or Re ,:at . rvices on the second Sun- day ,; ,ach month at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Pieat Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. ev. H. B. Adams. Regutar ervices every Sunday af- .ternoo:, at three o'clock. Sm,i:y school at twelve o'clock. @ Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. vn. or ?:)0 p. m. German language. Sunday vchool after each service English !nguage. @ @ Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. Reffuta -ervices September 12 at 10:00 n. a in the Norwegian lan- nine a* 7:30 p. m. guagc. ':,glish services Sunday eve- @ @ Methodist Episcopal. Rev G. L. Hag3s*ans, Pastor. Tho v-day school of the Methodist church will give a reception to the faculty of the public schools in the church parlors Friday evening from eight to ten o'clock. Worshi next Sunday morning at the Methodist church at 10:30. Theme --"In the School of Christ." Sunday school t t2:00 m. Classes for all. Epwrth League at 7:00 p.m. Even- ing pre,ching at 7:45, topic--"God's Apple Trees." Swedish Lutheran Church. Odessa, Minnesota. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Inrtead of the ust/ai church service, the Sunday school will have its picnic which will be held at the Alex John- son farm about five miles northeast of Odessa and a mile east of the Swe- dish church. A program which will be given by members of the Sunday school will begin at 3:00. @ United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. CorrellSunday school at 10:30 a. an. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Odessa--Preaching service at 10:00. a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. K. L. C. E. at 8:00 p. m. Steinle Schoolhotme--Sunday school at 2:00 p. ,m.; preaching at 3f00 p. m. Akron Township Church--Service discontinued. The public is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these ervices- LEGAL NOTICES *' - SUMMONS. District Court, Sixteenth Judicial District. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone--ss. Farmers and Mer- chants State Bank of Correll, a cor- poration, plaintiff, against M. Ferch, Julia Ferch, Matilda Ferch, C. F. Ferch, and Emma Ferch, defen- dants. The State of Minnesota to the above named Defendants:  You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled acticm, which complaint has been flied in the office of the Clerk of said District Court in the city of Or- tonville, county-of Big Stone, and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said com- plaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city Of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, Minnesota, within twen- ty days after service of this sum- mons upon you, excluMve of the day of such ervice, and if you fail to aswer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this acton will, upon such failure, take judgment against you for the amount demanded in said complaint together with plaintiff's costs and disburse- ments herein. Dated SeEtember 14 A. D. 1921. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First Pub. Sept. 8. 3 Citation for Hearing and Petition for .Administration. Estate of Frederick C. Wiley. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone---ss. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Frede- rick C. Wiley, Decedent The state of Minnesota, to Rosaline Wiley, Clarence E. Wiley, and all per- sons interested in the granting of ad- ministration of the estate of said de- cedeft: The petition of Clarence E. Wiley having been filed in this court, representing that Frederick C. Wiley, then a resident of the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 4th day of August, 1921, and praying that letters of adminis- tration of his estate be granted to Clarence E. Wiley and the Court hav- ing fixed the time and place for hear- ing said petition: Therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and re- quired to sho cause, if any you have, before this Court at the Probate Court rooms in the courthouse, in the city of Ortonvitle in the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 19th day of September, 1921, gt I0 o'clock a.m. why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said Court, and the seal,of said Court, this 23rd day of August, 1921. R. 13. HUDSON, keI.)KAERCHER, Jiidg Attorney for Petitioner. First Pub. Aug. 25, 3w Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 ,. Subject, "Substance," "Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. A!I re welcome to these services. F, .,. reading room in their hall (Shumai.,'r building). Open every Tuesday m,, riday from 3 to 5 p. rn The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. nday school at 11:00 a.m. $K. L. {2. Z. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Jobnsen--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every ther Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend these meetings. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular communion services Sun- day morning, September 11, at 10:30 in the Swedish language. Evening services in English language at 7:45. Sunday after close of service there will be installation of the pastor Ar- nold Nelson. Dr. P: A. Mattson will conduct the glish anguage. Luther League meets September 20 at the "home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson. C6firmation class will not meet Saturday. erican Leqion corner "Blood. is mixed with the mortar that holds these stones erect. Trowels made from bayonets spread it here. Magnificent as this tribute is md proud as I am to behold it, I pray that it may be the last monument France may ever have cause to erect to an American soldier. And by the same token, may America never have cause to raise a shaft to a French soldier of another war. We hope there may arise someone who will point the way to an understanding whereby all wars may cease," declared National Com- mander Emery of the American Le- gion, speaking at the unveiling of the French monument to the A. E. F. at Flirey, France. "To those cities which are still in doubt as to how they should honor their sdldier dead. we commend a study of the plan adopted by Minne- apolis," writes the editor of the Youths Companion of Boston, Mass., who adds, "The Minnesota city has added to its already beautiful park system a Victory Memorial Drive eight miles long, bordered with 550 elms, each of which bears the name of a Hennepin county man who died in the service of America. Surely no means of honor- ing the dead could be more beautifu' or more charmingly ,combine senti- merit with practica benefit to the community. Is there not something piquantly sweet in the idea of a living thing as a monument to one who laid down his life for others? We speak often of keeping gr6e the memory of those we have loved. That is what they have done in Minneapolis, liter- ally as well as rhetorically." "I know every Legionaire in Minne- sota will agree with me that so long as a single Veteran of the Civil War remgins, the boys in kahki will give way to him and pay him honor," said Mayor Hodgson of St. Paul in a re- cent address, adding, "Had it not been for the soldier the Civil War : r( would be no  e,:can Legim, b cause there \\; tlld have t eei n(, America to fi.n :t'r " Among the t),:v]sivns already m(te at Kansas City ior the Third Nat o a egion and Leg.m Auxiliary convcn tions are five housand beds for h delegates and eighty thousand bedu for visitors. 'lhe slogan of Kans,:s City Legionaires is "a bed for every man" and "a man for every bed.' Needless to say, this does not mea. that the ladies will be forgotten. From all over Minnesota, Legion Auxiliary members are notifying state head- quarters to be sure to reserve plades for them on the special train from the twin cities to Kansas City, and on arrival there. By the way, the Chief of Kansas City Police is an active Legionaire I With remittances for 25 new mem- bers from St. Paul Post No. 8 and for ten from the post at Brainerd, re- ceived August 23, the paid-up mem- bership of the American Legion of Minnesota for 1921 now exceeds twen- ty-nine thousand and is well on the way to the thirty thousand mark. A bulletin just mailed to Minnesota posts urges each to do its part to- ward bringing the paid-up member- ship to thirty-thousand by September 30, so that Minnesota may be entitled to another Legion delegate to the Na- tional Convention at Kansas City, Oc- Sale of Household Goods Friday, S6pt. 9 Having decided to leave the city I am offering for sale the following articles at my resi- dence in the Sarvis house, across the street from the Art. McLane home: Monarch Range, Kitchen Cabi. net, New Process Oil Stove, Dining Room Set, Parlor and Bed Room Furniture, Electric Washer( new), also a large quantity of Canned Goods, Ice Box, and 16 full blooded Part- ridge Wyandotte Chickens and some wire netting. Came and look these articles over anytime during the day when it is convenient for you. AI Sackreiter Owner The man Who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he needs both. The real starting point of any business is: The "time at which one begins systematic saving If he begins right he opens a bank ,account and gradually builds up both his account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day for starting a busiress of your own that much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account---the lump sum will " " be here and ready for you when you want it. =0 TR ONVILLE MINNESOTA l)EI :N DEN :er Th. i .;i 'i n s I t C VO 'fhc: are t, b: L g, ps s n t O" ,n Cou : Ite,! - at St. rues and Mac *hat hy Kn.,w _ ,-opt  d,-cd by he :,lion, ivy item th .,iad. ia TLA s essc.gcr: '", l,..i :oy., have n t orgo&cn how Ja:e patronize. ,mtr egion S,  .,,n,v: la t f.li, .ad ate out to too., Lhei appe,_i..- oil. r, hey at, ai,i,lllg a lnOl.tel .,arade to the \\;, Lonwan cunty Far t St. James an an evezy Madel.a :ltizen to help hem make: it a sac- ess. Madelias Lgion B.md will lead he way." As the time , r the annual Legion district eonventcn at New Ulm ttr.ves near, Second District Legion posts are making plans fo: the trip. The boys at Worthington expect to have one hundred in their delegation, led by their Legion baud, drill squad, and quartette "to show the oth_r Second District posts that Worthington is on the map and means to stay there." "The greatest fighter for his size, age and weight in the world," was] how Sporting Editor George Barton of the Minneapolis Daily News recent- If its anything "Mechanical" and you think it cannot be done take it to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. A. S. HALLS Ortonville General Geo, anded the " ". cry" of ihe R., "" ,. l,each i p ,, ,ie in he world h-vi!z si,nu ' ,: )'or cf ;t 1); ( 3.'1 f- as mayor of Minneapo- linnesota's n..t!cnvA -:,;t , now in t, ain " nw. ?,Unnesola. URSDAY, SE FIRM Di ." , "he firm known bee_ dissolv,, ! n over alia t all bills. Th( \\;uto )p will be conti,,.,! by ?. Schuett & A full line 07 :,hool r's Variety S. "Come On Over to Our Home-- We're Fine and Warm I" Children playing on the floor, with no dan catchiflg cold. Rest of the family comfortable part of the house what's more desirable these long winter evenings ? An ! llTERIIATIOIIA L Onepipe Heater brings joy to the whole family. The wh61e kept.warm, so no need of hugging stoves. fire to tendonce or day--and no fuss er from fuel or ashes. This one scientific heater, placed the cellar, through its one register delivers healthful heat where in the house. And it cellar god. You ought to have one; it more to run than several stoves. the big InTiiWlarlelull. Onepip It b instructive, interesting. J. D:'ROSS & Ortonville, Minn. t car All That-Money Can Buy To be Master of the Highwfiy is glory ileed, but this well-earned distinctipn does not alone exolain the country wade preference shown for Pmge 6-66 models. To start with, there is large economy in the initial urice. Furthermore, many attested performances on trac and" hill have revealed a stamina that is a guarantee of long life and freedom from repair bills. All that a truly fine car should be, it is easily apparent that the Page 6 66 s by far, the greatest, dollar.f0r.dollar value on the market today. Is t any wonder, then, that discriminating buyers who could well afford to pay $5,000 to $6,000, if they were convinced that supreme quality compelled it, choose the Paige? PAIGE,-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT,| Michigan Manufacturcra of Moto Cars and Motor Trucks THE PARK GARAGE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA NEW PRICES ON PAIGE CARS Open Cars Closed Cars Glenbrook, 6-44, 5-Pass. Touring  $1635 Coupe, 6-44, 4-Passenger - . . Lenox, 6-44 3-Pass. Roadster - 1635 Sedan, 6-44, 5-Passenger - . . At'drnore, 6-44, 4-Ptss. Soort Car 1925 Coupe, 6-66, 5-Passenger Lakewoo, 6-66, 7-Pa. l'ouring 2875 Sedan, 6-66, 7-Pmmenger - - . Larchmont II, 6-66, 5-Passenger 2975 Limousine, 6-66, 7-Passenger - Daytona, 6--66, 3-Pass. Roadster - 3295 ts0 257O 37 383O 4O30 AB Pr4 f. o. b. Ftor$.  E,m