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;EiL&apos;EMBER 15, 192 The Farn0000cs Corner ESPECIALLY TO THF ACTIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. - % T Farmers' Club. Farmers Club will hold a at the schoolhouse 63 on Saturday, Septem- the purpose of taking or- coal, fence posts, pc- apples. If you wish to be sure to come Satur-] at 8:00 o'clock p. m. -.A__._ i BUSINESS AT MARKET ivestoek Sales: Sets Record In Two Weeks. Paul, 1.The Commission organized aby Minnesota market their livestock, business than any orb- on the market here in its Weeks of operation. of the state railroad and e Commission show that in Weeks, the farmer-owned 11,789 head of live- competitor handled Total receipts on the I the second week in r company operated, i to 58,250 head; the co- i 'y handled 7,608. There m 30 firms on the market. ! i Orchard and Garden Save labor next year by pulling or mowing all weeds before they go to ::eed. Some raspberry growers living on well travelled roads sold a large part of their produce at roadside markets this year. Peony seeds should be picked when well colored and stratified in sand till next spring, when they may be plant- ed like other seeds of similar size, A New York' law cancels the li- cense and registration of autoes used .n stealing produce such as fruits or :egetables. Not a bad law to have in effect near large cities. Too much wood on currants and gooseberries mean small fruit. They may be pruned now to advantage. Fruit is borne on two or three year old wood, but dQn't leave too much to crowd. Order tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and other bulbs for fall planting. Cuttings of currants may be taken in September and set in good garden soil immediately. They should be of this year's 'glowth and. abdut 'ten ;.nches long. Set firmly and see that one bud is above ground. They will !'oct slightly before cold weather sets manager, esti- m. new agency is hand-! The estimated apple crop the eoun- cent of the stock shipped try over is less than half of what it was in 1920. The northwest has a by farmers in Min-i greater proportion of this than .the Stock also is east and south.--LeRoy Cady, asso- South Dakota, consign- firm; three South elate horticulturist, University Farm. associations joined Buy bulbs now for next spring's firm last week without flowers. g to farm bureau I Small tender carrots and beets are best for winter use. company is act-i Watermelons have done exception- agent of farmers in ally well this year. in stocker and feeder! The improved zinnias are a fine ad- dition to anv garden. They make said. During its l good cut flowers for vases or baskets. of business, it shipped 20 cattle from Minnesota far-i It is hardly worth while to set out ter farms in this state, and l strawberries or other plants in au- a, Illinois and Wisconsin. i tumn if the ground is dry. i Sunflowers in the proper plaee are ter Shown !an attraction. Sometimes a few rows Barberry make a good boler for the garden. Common The ripe seed makes good chicken i feed. is shown the common! Take up a few geraniums and other the drive now being, engi-  flowers for growing in the house this it by the combined i winter. t forces. By Oc- Why let billboards disfigure the goes well, an intensive .andscape? The few dollal received will haw been corn-l for rent of ground does not pay for in  ' Of the 86 counties in ,,  -i ae disfigurement of the landjgape. t,et's keep them out of the countly. of University Farm, N in barberry eradication, SAVE COR- FOR EXTRA SEED. Uemonstrations proving the When corn is selected from the field of the common for seed, the United States Devart- the black stem rust of merit of Agriculture urges that given at some 30 Minne- en,mgh seed be selected to serve for fairs Specimen barber- two or three years' plantings. This is chartg, diagrams and pos- essential in the origination and per- of the demon- petuaton of high-yielding varieties adapted to local condtions. Seed corn Minnesota is to be that matures well and dries out Year for original and es- promptly without injury will keep it:< says Mr. Melander. good germinating and yiekling power the ground is favor-]for four or five years Often a bad of escaped plant-season will prevent the selection of campaign will have desirable corn for seed. But home- the last entrench-i gTown seed corn of the best quality i can be always available by protecting 'a sufficient quantity from moisture are tiien I and from insects and other animals. , i UALITY right atraigkt through, from the bead to the famous nonskid Vacuum Cups. Guaranteed mileage service--per war- ranty taft-- 6,000 Miles e best answer to the national demand for con- servative economy : The Park Garage Ostlind & Kan, Props. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE '/ LIVE STOK OPENING ON STRONG BASIS Uncertainty Prevails in Livestock Trade Due To Holiday At Chi- cago.--Hogs, Sheep 25c Up. South St. Paul, Minn., September 5, 1921.--With Chicago closed today on account of Labor day, uncertainty as to the week's trend prevails in the livestock trade, altho all classes were on a strong to 25c higher basis at, the opening of the local market. In spite of efforts to lower prices of killing cattle, active competition on the part of city butchers and yard traders caused fat cattle to se!l at steady o strong prices. A few of the best Dakota grass steers sold up to $7.00, with best load lot around $6.50, and bulk of the grass fed steers sold from $5.00 to $6.25. Best heifers sold up to $6.00 or above and best young cows around $5.00, with bulk of the butcher she stock from $3.00 to $4.. Canners and cutters went mainly from $2.00 to $2.75, with a few old shelly canners at $1.50 to $1.75. Bologna bulls sold from $2.50 to $8.50. Veal cal,es advanced $2.00 or more during the past week, best lights selling to packers at $10.50 with some at $11.00. Heavy feeders are quotable to $7.00 with top today at $6.50, bulk $5.00 to $6.00. Best stock steers are quotable to $6.00 with best sale today $575. bnlk $4.50 to $525. * Range on hogs to $9.00, bulk .%7.00 to $9.00, good to choice pigs $9.00 to $9.25. Bulk good native lambs $7.00. culls $3.00 to $3.50 Good young ewes as breeders $3.25 to $3.75. others to packers $2.50 to $3.25. DR. J. S. SCHWART] OPTOMETRIST OF MINNEAPOLIS ---Men's, Wo;ens, a::d Chihiren's i (ould you use $50.007 The bes @ Hosiery at Tyler's Variety Store.  ten ears of corn exhibid at the i Whetstone Valley Fair will earn this i --Read the Ads. money. ,. .................................. C. E. SIGLCqH FOg SALE ror [xpe,t "'0000'=`00WIRINGSERVICE REPAIRING O Minn. hUCTIo Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. All kinds of eleaing ' and pressing neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonviile, Minn. @ !laving decided to qit farming I will offer for sale at the Sivert Ellingson Farm, located 10 miles straight east of Ortonville and 9 miles northeast of Odessa, the property listed below on THURSDAY, September 15th SALE COMMENCES AT 10:00 A. M. 20--HEAD OF CATTLE---20 I MACHINERY 6 Milk Cows, 1 fresh, 1 coming soon 1 4-Bottom Grand DeTour Engine and 4 coming in January. ] plow. 1 Registered Shorthorn Bull. This 1 animal came from the famous J.i 1 John Dee Gang Plow. J. Hill Livest(ck Sa)e at St. Paul. I Moline Wa!king Plow, 14-inch, al- He is of the milking strain, and most new. would be a credit to the best herd 2 Moline Ri(lin Corn Cultivators. in the county.  4 Wagons. One wide-tired with tri- 2 Yearling Bulls, coming 2 years old. pie box; one narrow-tired with d Heifers. coming 2 years o!d. triple box; two steel trucks with 2 Yearlings. hay racks. 4 Spring Calfs. 1 John Deere Co Binder. nearly 1 Fall Calf. nPW. ............................... 1 7-fo6t Deering Grain Biier. 8--HEAl) Ol," tI()RqES--8 1 20-single Disc Van Brunt Drill. 1 Span Black Mares, wt. Z800 lbs.. 8 1 20-foo Steel Flexible Drill and 9 years old. 1 20-fo< Steel Flexible Drag. Span Bay Mares, wt. 2400, 8 and 11 ! Minnesota M)wer. years ohl. l Acme Hay Rake. 1 Bay Team, Gelding and Mare, wt. 1 8 Roll Corn Sh*edder. 2400 lbs.. age 11 and 12. t 1 2-Hole Appleton Sheller with Stack- ] Bay Team of Colts, age 3 anti 4. er and elf-feeder. 1 Letz. No. 9 Feed Mill. 7--SPRING PIGS--7 I Bob Sleigh. All in good condition. Duroc Jerseys. 2 g-foot Discs. CHICKENS 1 Great Western C.-eam Separator. Will offer a ntmber of Black Minorica 1 Blacksmith Outfit, portable forge, with anvil and bench vise. Chickens. I Moline Corm Planter with 160 rods tlARNESS of wire. 3 Sets of work harness, 1 set new - ......................................... last spring, nickl trimmed. 1 a 4 STACKS OF HAY. britching harness and the other My Share of 60 Acres of Corn in Field a brass trimmed wagon harness Sevelal other articles too numerou All in good shape, j 1o nlentriOn. Expert in the drugless fitting o ..................................... glasses to remedy eye-strain and a TERMS All sums under $10.00 cash. Over that amount time will be given unLil October 1, 1922 on good Bankable paper drawing 8 per its dangerous consequences, which cent i:terest. All articles must be settled for before removal from premises. $ affect the eye-sight, the nervoue system, and the general health, WILL BE IN Ortonville, Minn. Columbian Hotel Thursday, Sept. 15 m WM. KNOLL, Owner (3I. WM. WELLENDOI{F.. FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE 5uctioneer. BANK ()F ODESSA, Clerk. H Don'tWait for Good "Hard" Roads Have Good "Dirt" Roads NOW! A v e r y One-Man "ROAD-RAZER v Makes Them Really Possible for the First Time Good "Hard" roads everywhere are a thing of the future, But Good "Dirt" roads everywhere are possible right now. The Avery One-Man "ROAD-RAZER" now makes them a reality; we have been grading roads for years--but they are only good for a tittle while--the trouble has been to keep them good. The Avery "ROAD-RAZER" keeps them go d ALL THE TIME. ,Rough Roads Shaved Smooth Shaves .off' the high spots--the btmps and ridges. Fills up the low spots--the holes and ruts. No more bumping up and down over rough roMs. No following a rough winding track and then slowing up and turning out over ruts every five min'ate to pass someone you meet. Speed along and ride smoothly all the time. No Other Machine Like It . An original invention. One man operates the wtmle machine--not two or more men. Turns around instantly on its own tracks. Three wheels, with easter front wheel, makes it possible--NOT four, six or eight wheels, as with tractor drawn outfits that take. a wide space and are slow to turn around. Has flexible, three-section wide blades that fit the crown of the roadNot a solid one-section, narrow blade. Act FIRST for Your Community Be the manwho really brings GOOD ROADS to your community for the first time. You can do it with this machine. It is as much in advance of the road drag as the road drag was over nothing. Tax payers wapt it. They are glad to have thrift ,money spent for it. County and Township Com- missioners are buying them. Cities and Towns are bung them. Don't wait in the mud for GOOD ROADS. Have them NOW. We ale dohbling production onAvery "ROAD-RAZERS" every week to meet the demand, Those who order FIRST will have GOOD 1TOADS FIRST. ' Come in and let us show you more about this wondm'ful machine. Road Machi0000 ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes repaired neatly and prtm pt- ly. Our Work Guaranteed. A, C. Anderson Ortonville, Minnesota \\; GUS. E. ANDERSON, Prop. @ JOHN SPANYERS Light Hauling of all Kinds Express and Baggtge Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterer I Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F. D PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. + Kodak DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN , One block uphill from Gunderson s Drug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) F. I BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonville, Minnesota $ FOR TRUCK SERVICE [ and any kind of light and heavy draying  ! Hausauer Bros. I PHONE 268 ] All Orders Given Prompt Attention? A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Min. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray Spinographital Laboratory 12-13.14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Col. Win. Wellendorf | AUCTIONEER I 30 years' experience. No practic- ling on your property. Call or }write me early and get in on ma ] early date. I Ortonville, Minnesota a. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Residenes- 194 Furniture Store - $8 All Work Guaranteed Ortonviile, Minnesota. WILL FINCH Experience! Painter Phone 25.L All Work Guaranteed ELMER SALSBURY "THE WELL DIGG]gi Fifteen Years' ]zperieme Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. o O" We will pay the following prices for junk: Old Iron, $6.{ to $1O.N per ton C.pper and heavy Brass,4 to 8e per pound. Old Rags,  tent per pound. Old Rubbers and Tir  cent to 1 ttmt per ptmd. Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting and Hose erried in st*k. Acetylene Welding. The Ortonville Foundry W. F. MULLIC& l*r Phone 2S x ;EiL'EMBER 15, 192 The Farn0000cs Corner ESPECIALLY TO THF ACTIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. - % T Farmers' Club. Farmers Club will hold a at the schoolhouse 63 on Saturday, Septem- the purpose of taking or- coal, fence posts, pc- apples. If you wish to be sure to come Satur-] at 8:00 o'clock p. m. -.A__._ i BUSINESS AT MARKET ivestoek Sales: Sets Record In Two Weeks. Paul, 1.The Commission organized aby Minnesota market their livestock, business than any orb- on the market here in its Weeks of operation. of the state railroad and e Commission show that in Weeks, the farmer-owned 11,789 head of live- competitor handled Total receipts on the I the second week in r company operated, i to 58,250 head; the co- i 'y handled 7,608. There m 30 firms on the market. ! i Orchard and Garden Save labor next year by pulling or mowing all weeds before they go to ::eed. Some raspberry growers living on well travelled roads sold a large part of their produce at roadside markets this year. Peony seeds should be picked when well colored and stratified in sand till next spring, when they may be plant- ed like other seeds of similar size, A New York' law cancels the li- cense and registration of autoes used .n stealing produce such as fruits or :egetables. Not a bad law to have in effect near large cities. Too much wood on currants and gooseberries mean small fruit. They may be pruned now to advantage. Fruit is borne on two or three year old wood, but dQn't leave too much to crowd. Order tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and other bulbs for fall planting. Cuttings of currants may be taken in September and set in good garden soil immediately. They should be of this year's 'glowth and. abdut 'ten ;.nches long. Set firmly and see that one bud is above ground. They will !'oct slightly before cold weather sets manager, esti- m. new agency is hand-! The estimated apple crop the eoun- cent of the stock shipped try over is less than half of what it was in 1920. The northwest has a by farmers in Min-i greater proportion of this than .the Stock also is east and south.--LeRoy Cady, asso- South Dakota, consign- firm; three South elate horticulturist, University Farm. associations joined Buy bulbs now for next spring's firm last week without flowers. g to farm bureau I Small tender carrots and beets are best for winter use. company is act-i Watermelons have done exception- agent of farmers in ally well this year. in stocker and feeder! The improved zinnias are a fine ad- dition to anv garden. They make said. During its l good cut flowers for vases or baskets. of business, it shipped 20 cattle from Minnesota far-i It is hardly worth while to set out ter farms in this state, and l strawberries or other plants in au- a, Illinois and Wisconsin. i tumn if the ground is dry. i Sunflowers in the proper plaee are ter Shown !an attraction. Sometimes a few rows Barberry make a good boler for the garden. Common The ripe seed makes good chicken i feed. is shown the common! Take up a few geraniums and other the drive now being, engi-  flowers for growing in the house this it by the combined i winter. t forces. By Oc- Why let billboards disfigure the goes well, an intensive .andscape? The few dollal received will haw been corn-l for rent of ground does not pay for in  ' Of the 86 counties in ,,  -i ae disfigurement of the landjgape. t,et's keep them out of the countly. of University Farm, N in barberry eradication, SAVE COR- FOR EXTRA SEED. Uemonstrations proving the When corn is selected from the field of the common for seed, the United States Devart- the black stem rust of merit of Agriculture urges that given at some 30 Minne- en,mgh seed be selected to serve for fairs Specimen barber- two or three years' plantings. This is chartg, diagrams and pos- essential in the origination and per- of the demon- petuaton of high-yielding varieties adapted to local condtions. Seed corn Minnesota is to be that matures well and dries out Year for original and es- promptly without injury will keep it:< says Mr. Melander. good germinating and yiekling power the ground is favor-]for four or five years Often a bad of escaped plant-season will prevent the selection of campaign will have desirable corn for seed. But home- the last entrench-i gTown seed corn of the best quality i can be always available by protecting 'a sufficient quantity from moisture are tiien I and from insects and other animals. , i UALITY right atraigkt through, from the bead to the famous nonskid Vacuum Cups. Guaranteed mileage service--per war- ranty taft-- 6,000 Miles e best answer to the national demand for con- servative economy : The Park Garage Ostlind & Kan, Props. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE '/ LIVE STOK OPENING ON STRONG BASIS Uncertainty Prevails in Livestock Trade Due To Holiday At Chi- cago.--Hogs, Sheep 25c Up. South St. Paul, Minn., September 5, 1921.--With Chicago closed today on account of Labor day, uncertainty as to the week's trend prevails in the livestock trade, altho all classes were on a strong to 25c higher basis at, the opening of the local market. In spite of efforts to lower prices of killing cattle, active competition on the part of city butchers and yard traders caused fat cattle to se!l at steady o strong prices. A few of the best Dakota grass steers sold up to $7.00, with best load lot around $6.50, and bulk of the grass fed steers sold from $5.00 to $6.25. Best heifers sold up to $6.00 or above and best young cows around $5.00, with bulk of the butcher she stock from $3.00 to $4.. Canners and cutters went mainly from $2.00 to $2.75, with a few old shelly canners at $1.50 to $1.75. Bologna bulls sold from $2.50 to $8.50. Veal cal,es advanced $2.00 or more during the past week, best lights selling to packers at $10.50 with some at $11.00. Heavy feeders are quotable to $7.00 with top today at $6.50, bulk $5.00 to $6.00. Best stock steers are quotable to $6.00 with best sale today $575. bnlk $4.50 to $525. * Range on hogs to $9.00, bulk .%7.00 to $9.00, good to choice pigs $9.00 to $9.25. Bulk good native lambs $7.00. culls $3.00 to $3.50 Good young ewes as breeders $3.25 to $3.75. others to packers $2.50 to $3.25. DR. J. S. SCHWART] OPTOMETRIST OF MINNEAPOLIS ---Men's, Wo;ens, a::d Chihiren's i (ould you use $50.007 The bes @ Hosiery at Tyler's Variety Store.  ten ears of corn exhibid at the i Whetstone Valley Fair will earn this i --Read the Ads. money. ,. .................................. C. E. SIGLCqH FOg SALE ror [xpe,t "'0000'=`00WIRINGSERVICE REPAIRING O Minn. hUCTIo Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. All kinds of eleaing ' and pressing neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonviile, Minn. @ !laving decided to qit farming I will offer for sale at the Sivert Ellingson Farm, located 10 miles straight east of Ortonville and 9 miles northeast of Odessa, the property listed below on THURSDAY, September 15th SALE COMMENCES AT 10:00 A. M. 20--HEAD OF CATTLE---20 I MACHINERY 6 Milk Cows, 1 fresh, 1 coming soon 1 4-Bottom Grand DeTour Engine and 4 coming in January. ] plow. 1 Registered Shorthorn Bull. This 1 animal came from the famous J.i 1 John Dee Gang Plow. J. Hill Livest(ck Sa)e at St. Paul. I Moline Wa!king Plow, 14-inch, al- He is of the milking strain, and most new. would be a credit to the best herd 2 Moline Ri(lin Corn Cultivators. in the county.  4 Wagons. One wide-tired with tri- 2 Yearling Bulls, coming 2 years old. pie box; one narrow-tired with d Heifers. coming 2 years o!d. triple box; two steel trucks with 2 Yearlings. hay racks. 4 Spring Calfs. 1 John Deere Co Binder. nearly 1 Fall Calf. nPW. ............................... 1 7-fo6t Deering Grain Biier. 8--HEAl) Ol," tI()RqES--8 1 20-single Disc Van Brunt Drill. 1 Span Black Mares, wt. Z800 lbs.. 8 1 20-foo Steel Flexible Drill and 9 years old. 1 20-fo< Steel Flexible Drag. Span Bay Mares, wt. 2400, 8 and 11 ! Minnesota M)wer. years ohl. l Acme Hay Rake. 1 Bay Team, Gelding and Mare, wt. 1 8 Roll Corn Sh*edder. 2400 lbs.. age 11 and 12. t 1 2-Hole Appleton Sheller with Stack- ] Bay Team of Colts, age 3 anti 4. er and elf-feeder. 1 Letz. No. 9 Feed Mill. 7--SPRING PIGS--7 I Bob Sleigh. All in good condition. Duroc Jerseys. 2 g-foot Discs. CHICKENS 1 Great Western C.-eam Separator. Will offer a ntmber of Black Minorica 1 Blacksmith Outfit, portable forge, with anvil and bench vise. Chickens. I Moline Corm Planter with 160 rods tlARNESS of wire. 3 Sets of work harness, 1 set new - ......................................... last spring, nickl trimmed. 1 a 4 STACKS OF HAY. britching harness and the other My Share of 60 Acres of Corn in Field a brass trimmed wagon harness Sevelal other articles too numerou All in good shape, j 1o nlentriOn. Expert in the drugless fitting o ..................................... glasses to remedy eye-strain and a TERMS All sums under $10.00 cash. Over that amount time will be given unLil October 1, 1922 on good Bankable paper drawing 8 per its dangerous consequences, which cent i:terest. All articles must be settled for before removal from premises. $ affect the eye-sight, the nervoue system, and the general health, WILL BE IN Ortonville, Minn. Columbian Hotel Thursday, Sept. 15 m WM. KNOLL, Owner (3I. WM. WELLENDOI{F.. FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE 5uctioneer. BANK ()F ODESSA, Clerk. H Don'tWait for Good "Hard" Roads Have Good "Dirt" Roads NOW! A v e r y One-Man "ROAD-RAZER v Makes Them Really Possible for the First Time Good "Hard" roads everywhere are a thing of the future, But Good "Dirt" roads everywhere are possible right now. The Avery One-Man "ROAD-RAZER" now makes them a reality; we have been grading roads for years--but they are only good for a tittle while--the trouble has been to keep them good. The Avery "ROAD-RAZER" keeps them go d ALL THE TIME. ,Rough Roads Shaved Smooth Shaves .off' the high spots--the btmps and ridges. Fills up the low spots--the holes and ruts. No more bumping up and down over rough roMs. No following a rough winding track and then slowing up and turning out over ruts every five min'ate to pass someone you meet. Speed along and ride smoothly all the time. No Other Machine Like It . An original invention. One man operates the wtmle machine--not two or more men. Turns around instantly on its own tracks. Three wheels, with easter front wheel, makes it possible--NOT four, six or eight wheels, as with tractor drawn outfits that take. a wide space and are slow to turn around. Has flexible, three-section wide blades that fit the crown of the roadNot a solid one-section, narrow blade. Act FIRST for Your Community Be the manwho really brings GOOD ROADS to your community for the first time. You can do it with this machine. It is as much in advance of the road drag as the road drag was over nothing. Tax payers wapt it. They are glad to have thrift ,money spent for it. County and Township Com- missioners are buying them. Cities and Towns are bung them. Don't wait in the mud for GOOD ROADS. Have them NOW. We ale dohbling production onAvery "ROAD-RAZERS" every week to meet the demand, Those who order FIRST will have GOOD 1TOADS FIRST. ' Come in and let us show you more about this wondm'ful machine. Road Machi0000 ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes repaired neatly and prtm pt- ly. Our Work Guaranteed. A, C. Anderson Ortonville, Minnesota \\; GUS. E. ANDERSON, Prop. @ JOHN SPANYERS Light Hauling of all Kinds Express and Baggtge Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterer I Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F. D PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. + Kodak DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN , One block uphill from Gunderson s Drug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) F. I BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonville, Minnesota $ FOR TRUCK SERVICE [ and any kind of light and heavy draying  ! Hausauer Bros. I PHONE 268 ] All Orders Given Prompt Attention? A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Min. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray Spinographital Laboratory 12-13.14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Col. Win. Wellendorf | AUCTIONEER I 30 years' experience. No practic- ling on your property. Call or }write me early and get in on ma ] early date. I Ortonville, Minnesota a. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Residenes- 194 Furniture Store - $8 All Work Guaranteed Ortonviile, Minnesota. WILL FINCH Experience! Painter Phone 25.L All Work Guaranteed ELMER SALSBURY "THE WELL DIGG]gi Fifteen Years' ]zperieme Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. o O" We will pay the following prices for junk: Old Iron, $6.{ to $1O.N per ton C.pper and heavy Brass,4 to 8e per pound. Old Rags,  tent per pound. Old Rubbers and Tir  cent to 1 ttmt per ptmd. Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting and Hose erried in st*k. Acetylene Welding. The Ortonville Foundry W. F. MULLIC& l*r Phone 2S x i,I;EV PEIIBER I, 192 The Farmz,r i i ED ESPECIALLY TO - HE A'PIYITIES OF FARMERS [I I ' AND FARM R'S CLUBS [I I de Farmers' Club.  -- -t mers Club will hold a I Ore rtl and Gulden I ng a the hho z-- Q+ 63 on Saturday, Sepias. Save. labor nest ye by pu ng erto the prpu o of tak'nlg or. ,noWmgeed all weeds befo they go It you 8:00 a'etk p. ra, BUSINESS tlve Livtk Salm 8eta L their livestock, ee huslneas than any th- railad arm ' tammissio hcw that in Weeks, the Some raspberry growers living on s ld a lge art of their produ at ad[de rkets year. Peony eds shodd be picked when next spring, when they y be plant- A New Yerk  law eanels the li- cense d mgtstmtte, of autoes used Not a bad law to Toe mh weed on go.cherries an small fruit. may be pruned now ye old Order tulips, hyaelntb$, da(i'odi]8 planting. Cutting of ants may be takpv n September and set in good garder receipts oil immediately They ould be el this year's g)t an nbt o 58 25 h 1 e iLec e long e fimy , 0 ea,; the G-!one bud is above ground. They y ham ed 7,608. Thare ; root sl ghtly before cord weather 3O firms en the market.. mager, esti-i re'The e+timated apple crop the eoun- agency ,s hd-try over is less than half of what t e stock sh pped . i 1 b . M w In 1920. The northwest has a y y faers m n t " s I 's area er proport,oa ef this than he nmt Stk aso 1 d as South t . east and south--LeRoy Ca y, a o- Dakt_CO.l*l clare ortieultnrist, University Fa. "oed Buy bu bs now for next sprh,g'+ owers. ,  o u' Small tender rdmg to farm bua )es far wlnter n, I Watermelons have done exeeptien- ts a tliy well this year. Rrmers 1 I The repro .ed z an a a a fine ad- o stoeke..r and feeder, - e eke " D " its &tmn to any garden. They mak rrow an uru,g l " et of b . . . 20 good cat flowers for vases or bask usmess, !t shpoed ] It is hardly worth while to sac out oatle from Mmnota far ! s rawbelies or other plmts in an- and tamn ff the ground is dry Snflowets in the proper pla6 an attraetea make a good I)oer for the garden olllmon Barberry!The Ipe seed makes good iced. [ flowers for growlng in the house this by the i winte, ' By Oc- Why let billboards disfigure the ,dseape? The few doll eeived havb been com- for n ef nnd ds ot pay for ,f the 86 counties in Min- h di figmement of the landpe+ I Let's keep them ot of the country. y Fa, in barbel T EXTRA of the commeulfor seed, the United States Depart- th the black stem mat of meat of grleu/ture urges seed be bb! two or th years' plantings, the origination and pel- the demon- petuaton of hlgh-yielding adapted to local eonddona. to belthat mattues well aml dries out promptly without injury will keep it: oed germinating and yielding power is fvor- for four or five years Often a bad plant :season will pvent the selection of i campaign writ have desirable eo for ee. last etrgneh- grown need coHi of the best qality I can be always ava ab e by p ting [a ufieient quantity fm L tlle, aPA from iezts d other animals. UALITY right straight h/from the bead to tho ffa ....... kid VaemmCup. Guaranteed nee *dee--pvr war- rarity t-- 6,000 Miles "[7e best $wer to the wtinal demand for con- rvatlve eomm The Park Garage + Ostlind & Kn, Prop. THE ORTONVILL INDEPENDENT t +pA E 7 LIVE g'lg,K OPENING [ men', w- .... ?d C ren's: oad ou ue Sgo00 The hes [ -- * ----.-CqlDttE, IAClC! Hosiery at Tyler'$ Variety Sto. I t.u ears of ern exhibited at thq[ Professional and | -- .  I I Bumness Dhectory / Uncertainty prevails in Liveatk --Read the de. + money.  I " -- --& Trade Due To Hlid"y At Chi" ++  --  P C E SIGIAH J ............. ---SALE I ........... 00'INPI for hoert .... South St. Paul, Mhm,, September 5, SERVICE +21--wth Cmc.go eos oday m WIRING + rUl00 ....... +I aount of Labor day, uncertainty m the week's trend prevails in the Pe 4-L Oravillm livestmk trade, altho all closes were m.m. on a strong to 25c higher basis at the IB ll'l nlng of the ll marke+. JOE BAYER & SON t .............. t ........ AUCTION l of ldiling cattle. tive mtitio of the ,tvtUe TaII& I C pal. of city butchers and yzrd klL *da v eler*.g d preslig trade caned fat ttle to [[ at t dne. steady o stng prices. A few of i MI to Ord. stee sold up Ortlmll . MI to $7.00, with best load let ad $6.50, and bulk of the grass fed steers ] sold fm $500 to .25, Best heife EICTC SHOE + i up to $6.00 br above avd best Ilavlng decided to qlit farming SHOp cows around $500, with bulk Farm, lated 10 mil straight east ef Ortenvtlle altd 9 mi] she stock fm $300 northern[ of Odessa, the properly lted below  hoe s red e.tly and pt- ................... THURSDAY September 15th ..... " mainly fm $2.00 to $2.75, with a GUS. F. ANDBRON. Pro few old shelly ners at $2,50 to  ' $L75, BaIogna bulls sold from $2,5D SALE COMMENCES AT 10:00 A. M. to $2so, Veat +al+e adva.d $200 JOHN SPANYERS during the pt wk, best 2-HEAD OF CATTLE20 q MACHINERY light selling to packers at $10.50 6 Milk CO, 1 fsh, 1 ming soon L 1 4 Bottom Gnd DeTour bnglne LII Bhluting of all Kinds at $21.00, Heavy feeders and 4 coming in January. low. to $7. wlth top today Regis tared. She rhorn BuLl Th'sl  1 ...n^P r e- ang ......  Exre 8d Bagl[* animal came frmn the famous J i , at $ 650+ bulk $6.00 to $600 Bet g H L ve s ek Sale at St . Paul .I I Mohne Wnkmg Plow, 14-meh, a]- relep hone q7 Ortnvllle, Minn stock steers are quotable to $600, would be a credit to the best herd I 2 Moline Riding Corr, Cultivat+r $5.75, bul#k $459 He is of the milking strain, and most new, to $5.25 in the county ' 4 Wagons. One wide-tied with tri- PAUL D%BR Rge on hogs to $9.00, hulk $7O0 Yea ,1i g Bulls, coming 2 years old. I pie box; erie narrow-tireq with to $9+00, god to ehoi pigs $900 to 4 Heife, coming 2 yeals od. triple box; two steel trucks with Biek Imyer im plasterer $9.25. Bulk good native Iambs $7.00, 2 Yearlings Deer e Con culls $3.00 to $2,50 Gobd young ewc:. 4 Sping Calfs. [ 1 jo hay lacks. Binder, narl5 Se M8 d All Kinds of, as breeders $3.25 to $3+76. others h 1 Fall Calf. ' new Ct Wk. , ...... [ I 7-foGt'I)eering (;xa]n BD,er. pk*rs $2.50 to $3.25. 8RE A ) OF H ItS ,S--8 I l 2single Disc V Bnt Dril. OrtonviIIe, MIn R.F. D, I Span Baelt Mme, wt. 2S00 Ibs., 8! ] 20-foq Seel Flexihle Drill DR. J. S. SCHWAR'I and 9 Y ears old I 1 20-fo' Steel F exible Drag [ Span a Mres t. aoo, s aud n i ! mi.neo mr. PETERSON & SON OPTOMETRIST 3ear s oid. 1 Aeme Hay Rake. It Dray Lhe o mlmmlWOall i Bay Te, Gelding and Ma, wt.]l R Roll Corn Shredder. Big StOne Lake 1 1 2400 Ibs,, age 11 and 12. i 2-Hole Appleton Shelier with Stack t Bay Team of Colts, age 3 anti 4, ! er and self-feeder. Ornele ' Minn ------ l Letz. No. 9 FI Mill Phone 38 I 7PRIN G PIGS7 Re+ S e g All in gd condition. Duroc Jerseys. 2 8-feet Di'm ' .............. Cream S .......... Ida k PRINTINDEVLOPING Itl k M'no 'c [ 1 Blacktth Outfit, portable forge, 1 V,]II offer a mmber of ae i rt a[ with anvil d bench vise, NLARGING i Chickens- i Moline Co Planter with 160 rods Pmpt, Qui flervir. Moderate I HARNESS of wire, Pri 3 Sets of work h ...... 1 set new ---  , .... THE REED STUDIO ; iq spring, nicql trimmed, a 4 STACK OF HAY. Oonvill i I a brass trimmed wagon haes$lseveral ethel, articles too nnnn brithing harness and the other My Sha of 60 Aes of Corn in Field [ --All in good shape. I to ,uent+on. DR, R` D. RIFENBARK Expert Jn the drugleete fitting d to remedy eye stxaiu and TERMS All ums under $10,00 cash. Over that amennt time will he given OSTEOpA'r( PHYSICIAN - unti I October 1, 1922 on good Bankable per drawing 8 per One blk u hiR:fl D Gudr0nsl tellt ix:teret, Air tieles must be ettle<afor before removal [ g Share fm pmis. Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treattl For,rhatsm+ mlttiti+ .) WILL BE IN Ortnville, Minn. WM. KNOLL, Owner Columbian Hotel FAMERS & MEW mASTS STATE F. L BROWN Aueticnr, BNK OF ODESSA, Clerk, ,rlE JEWELER FOR TRUCK SERVICI d y kiwi of BghI and heav dray Hausauer Bros. PHONE 2 All Orders Given Prompt Attmtir . R` E .mB Ato at w Odd Fellos Building Orndlle, Mmn. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTON?ILLF MINN. Xa Sporzaphll Lsbt I-13-14-I-16 81mke Bldg. Col; Wm. Weliandort , f AUCTIONEgR Don't Wait or Good "Hard" Roads-- ,o,"''+' e. ,o ,. ..... c, *rt early date, Have Good "Dirt" Roads NOW! ...... ,,,. .._,. = - J.A. JOHNSON A v e r y One-Man "ROAD-RAZER v Makes PIANO TIRNG&ND Them Really Possible Ior the First Time PHO - Itl4 Good "Had" roads everywhere a a thing of the futm. But Good "Dirt" roads everywhere ate ]flittt Slice o Is ossihle right now. The Awry One+Man "ROAD-RAZER" new makes them a reality; we have bn All Wk G'Lmzlm*.&t grading ads for year--bat they re only good for n qitt]e hilthe tuble has bn to keep them OtlmaYll mmmlOt gd, The Aely "ROAD-RAZER" keeps them go d ALL "['Hb] ,rIME, ,Rough Roads Shaved Smooth WILL FINCH Shaver off" the high spots the bmps and ridges. Fills up the low potthe holes and ts. 'ill Pldtl No more bumping up and down over rough ds. No 'ollowing a rough winding trek d then slowing up and tuing out over ts ever five min.tes to pass meone you meet, Speetl aMg and  I-L rid smoethly all the time. All Work Guarate4 No Other Machine Like It An origins] invention, erie ma operate te whole machinnot two er more men. Tm.s round instantly on its own trk Thr wheels, with easter front whl, makes it possiblNOT four, six or ELMER SALSBUBY eight wh]s+ as with tractor dwn outfits that tk a wide spaoe and  Slow to tlj aund. Hag \\; flexible, three-section wide btad that fit the cro of the rolNoI a solid ontion, narw blade.  WILL DInGIlY' Act FIRST for Your Community vm Y. Be the man who really brings GOOD ROADS to you community for the first time. You can de it with this mhine. It is  much in advance of the r/td drag as the road dg w over nothing. Tax payers wt it+ They a glad to has th money spent for it. County and Townghip Corn- +-- miio are buying the Cities and Towns a baling them. Den wait in the mud for GOOD ROADS. Have them NOW We e dobbLig pducIJen on Ave We will Imy  fg r'ROAD+RAZERS" every wk to meet the ]end. Those who orel. F RST w/I have GOOD IADr pri for J _+ + ' Come in at let us show you mo ab+ut thi wondful rhie " ' " - r and vy ]h'lta4e to ge I I eml in+ Immm + A+ C. ANerson  -,, ,. +- dtilt aid   IPa'o,d ,, inch"" ' Or tnvil|e" M|nnest m Aea.. we+... w.r.muta. Pro.  n ;EiL'EMBER 15, 192 The Farn0000cs Corner ESPECIALLY TO THF ACTIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. - % T Farmers' Club. Farmers Club will hold a at the schoolhouse 63 on Saturday, Septem- the purpose of taking or- coal, fence posts, pc- apples. If you wish to be sure to come Satur-] at 8:00 o'clock p. m. -.A__._ i BUSINESS AT MARKET ivestoek Sales: Sets Record In Two Weeks. Paul, 1.The Commission organized aby Minnesota market their livestock, business than any orb- on the market here in its Weeks of operation. of the state railroad and e Commission show that in Weeks, the farmer-owned 11,789 head of live- competitor handled Total receipts on the I the second week in r company operated, i to 58,250 head; the co- i 'y handled 7,608. There m 30 firms on the market. ! i Orchard and Garden Save labor next year by pulling or mowing all weeds before they go to ::eed. Some raspberry growers living on well travelled roads sold a large part of their produce at roadside markets this year. Peony seeds should be picked when well colored and stratified in sand till next spring, when they may be plant- ed like other seeds of similar size, A New York' law cancels the li- cense and registration of autoes used .n stealing produce such as fruits or :egetables. Not a bad law to have in effect near large cities. Too much wood on currants and gooseberries mean small fruit. They may be pruned now to advantage. Fruit is borne on two or three year old wood, but dQn't leave too much to crowd. Order tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and other bulbs for fall planting. Cuttings of currants may be taken in September and set in good garden soil immediately. They should be of this year's 'glowth and. abdut 'ten ;.nches long. Set firmly and see that one bud is above ground. They will !'oct slightly before cold weather sets manager, esti- m. new agency is hand-! The estimated apple crop the eoun- cent of the stock shipped try over is less than half of what it was in 1920. The northwest has a by farmers in Min-i greater proportion of this than .the Stock also is east and south.--LeRoy Cady, asso- South Dakota, consign- firm; three South elate horticulturist, University Farm. associations joined Buy bulbs now for next spring's firm last week without flowers. g to farm bureau I Small tender carrots and beets are best for winter use. company is act-i Watermelons have done exception- agent of farmers in ally well this year. in stocker and feeder! The improved zinnias are a fine ad- dition to anv garden. They make said. During its l good cut flowers for vases or baskets. of business, it shipped 20 cattle from Minnesota far-i It is hardly worth while to set out ter farms in this state, and l strawberries or other plants in au- a, Illinois and Wisconsin. i tumn if the ground is dry. i Sunflowers in the proper plaee are ter Shown !an attraction. Sometimes a few rows Barberry make a good boler for the garden. Common The ripe seed makes good chicken i feed. is shown the common! Take up a few geraniums and other the drive now being, engi-  flowers for growing in the house this it by the combined i winter. t forces. By Oc- Why let billboards disfigure the goes well, an intensive .andscape? The few dollal received will haw been corn-l for rent of ground does not pay for in  ' Of the 86 counties in ,,  -i ae disfigurement of the landjgape. t,et's keep them out of the countly. of University Farm, N in barberry eradication, SAVE COR- FOR EXTRA SEED. Uemonstrations proving the When corn is selected from the field of the common for seed, the United States Devart- the black stem rust of merit of Agriculture urges that given at some 30 Minne- en,mgh seed be selected to serve for fairs Specimen barber- two or three years' plantings. This is chartg, diagrams and pos- essential in the origination and per- of the demon- petuaton of high-yielding varieties adapted to local condtions. Seed corn Minnesota is to be that matures well and dries out Year for original and es- promptly without injury will keep it:< says Mr. Melander. good germinating and yiekling power the ground is favor-]for four or five years Often a bad of escaped plant-season will prevent the selection of campaign will have desirable corn for seed. But home- the last entrench-i gTown seed corn of the best quality i can be always available by protecting 'a sufficient quantity from moisture are tiien I and from insects and other animals. , i UALITY right atraigkt through, from the bead to the famous nonskid Vacuum Cups. Guaranteed mileage service--per war- ranty taft-- 6,000 Miles e best answer to the national demand for con- servative economy : The Park Garage Ostlind & Kan, Props. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE '/ LIVE STOK OPENING ON STRONG BASIS Uncertainty Prevails in Livestock Trade Due To Holiday At Chi- cago.--Hogs, Sheep 25c Up. South St. Paul, Minn., September 5, 1921.--With Chicago closed today on account of Labor day, uncertainty as to the week's trend prevails in the livestock trade, altho all classes were on a strong to 25c higher basis at, the opening of the local market. In spite of efforts to lower prices of killing cattle, active competition on the part of city butchers and yard traders caused fat cattle to se!l at steady o strong prices. A few of the best Dakota grass steers sold up to $7.00, with best load lot around $6.50, and bulk of the grass fed steers sold from $5.00 to $6.25. Best heifers sold up to $6.00 or above and best young cows around $5.00, with bulk of the butcher she stock from $3.00 to $4.. Canners and cutters went mainly from $2.00 to $2.75, with a few old shelly canners at $1.50 to $1.75. Bologna bulls sold from $2.50 to $8.50. Veal cal,es advanced $2.00 or more during the past week, best lights selling to packers at $10.50 with some at $11.00. Heavy feeders are quotable to $7.00 with top today at $6.50, bulk $5.00 to $6.00. Best stock steers are quotable to $6.00 with best sale today $575. bnlk $4.50 to $525. * Range on hogs to $9.00, bulk .%7.00 to $9.00, good to choice pigs $9.00 to $9.25. Bulk good native lambs $7.00. culls $3.00 to $3.50 Good young ewes as breeders $3.25 to $3.75. others to packers $2.50 to $3.25. DR. J. S. SCHWART] OPTOMETRIST OF MINNEAPOLIS ---Men's, Wo;ens, a::d Chihiren's i (ould you use $50.007 The bes @ Hosiery at Tyler's Variety Store.  ten ears of corn exhibid at the i Whetstone Valley Fair will earn this i --Read the Ads. money. ,. .................................. C. E. SIGLCqH FOg SALE ror [xpe,t "'0000'=`00WIRINGSERVICE REPAIRING O Minn. hUCTIo Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. All kinds of eleaing ' and pressing neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonviile, Minn. @ !laving decided to qit farming I will offer for sale at the Sivert Ellingson Farm, located 10 miles straight east of Ortonville and 9 miles northeast of Odessa, the property listed below on THURSDAY, September 15th SALE COMMENCES AT 10:00 A. M. 20--HEAD OF CATTLE---20 I MACHINERY 6 Milk Cows, 1 fresh, 1 coming soon 1 4-Bottom Grand DeTour Engine and 4 coming in January. ] plow. 1 Registered Shorthorn Bull. This 1 animal came from the famous J.i 1 John Dee Gang Plow. J. Hill Livest(ck Sa)e at St. Paul. I Moline Wa!king Plow, 14-inch, al- He is of the milking strain, and most new. would be a credit to the best herd 2 Moline Ri(lin Corn Cultivators. in the county.  4 Wagons. One wide-tired with tri- 2 Yearling Bulls, coming 2 years old. pie box; one narrow-tired with d Heifers. coming 2 years o!d. triple box; two steel trucks with 2 Yearlings. hay racks. 4 Spring Calfs. 1 John Deere Co Binder. nearly 1 Fall Calf. nPW. ............................... 1 7-fo6t Deering Grain Biier. 8--HEAl) Ol," tI()RqES--8 1 20-single Disc Van Brunt Drill. 1 Span Black Mares, wt. Z800 lbs.. 8 1 20-foo Steel Flexible Drill and 9 years old. 1 20-fo< Steel Flexible Drag. Span Bay Mares, wt. 2400, 8 and 11 ! Minnesota M)wer. years ohl. l Acme Hay Rake. 1 Bay Team, Gelding and Mare, wt. 1 8 Roll Corn Sh*edder. 2400 lbs.. age 11 and 12. t 1 2-Hole Appleton Sheller with Stack- ] Bay Team of Colts, age 3 anti 4. er and elf-feeder. 1 Letz. No. 9 Feed Mill. 7--SPRING PIGS--7 I Bob Sleigh. All in good condition. Duroc Jerseys. 2 g-foot Discs. CHICKENS 1 Great Western C.-eam Separator. Will offer a ntmber of Black Minorica 1 Blacksmith Outfit, portable forge, with anvil and bench vise. Chickens. I Moline Corm Planter with 160 rods tlARNESS of wire. 3 Sets of work harness, 1 set new - ......................................... last spring, nickl trimmed. 1 a 4 STACKS OF HAY. britching harness and the other My Share of 60 Acres of Corn in Field a brass trimmed wagon harness Sevelal other articles too numerou All in good shape, j 1o nlentriOn. Expert in the drugless fitting o ..................................... glasses to remedy eye-strain and a TERMS All sums under $10.00 cash. Over that amount time will be given unLil October 1, 1922 on good Bankable paper drawing 8 per its dangerous consequences, which cent i:terest. All articles must be settled for before removal from premises. $ affect the eye-sight, the nervoue system, and the general health, WILL BE IN Ortonville, Minn. Columbian Hotel Thursday, Sept. 15 m WM. KNOLL, Owner (3I. WM. WELLENDOI{F.. FARMERS & MERCHANTS STATE 5uctioneer. BANK ()F ODESSA, Clerk. H Don'tWait for Good "Hard" Roads Have Good "Dirt" Roads NOW! A v e r y One-Man "ROAD-RAZER v Makes Them Really Possible for the First Time Good "Hard" roads everywhere are a thing of the future, But Good "Dirt" roads everywhere are possible right now. The Avery One-Man "ROAD-RAZER" now makes them a reality; we have been grading roads for years--but they are only good for a tittle while--the trouble has been to keep them good. The Avery "ROAD-RAZER" keeps them go d ALL THE TIME. ,Rough Roads Shaved Smooth Shaves .off' the high spots--the btmps and ridges. Fills up the low spots--the holes and ruts. No more bumping up and down over rough roMs. No following a rough winding track and then slowing up and turning out over ruts every five min'ate to pass someone you meet. Speed along and ride smoothly all the time. No Other Machine Like It . An original invention. One man operates the wtmle machine--not two or more men. Turns around instantly on its own tracks. Three wheels, with easter front wheel, makes it possible--NOT four, six or eight wheels, as with tractor drawn outfits that take. a wide space and are slow to turn around. Has flexible, three-section wide blades that fit the crown of the roadNot a solid one-section, narrow blade. Act FIRST for Your Community Be the manwho really brings GOOD ROADS to your community for the first time. You can do it with this machine. It is as much in advance of the road drag as the road drag was over nothing. Tax payers wapt it. They are glad to have thrift ,money spent for it. County and Township Com- missioners are buying them. Cities and Towns are bung them. Don't wait in the mud for GOOD ROADS. Have them NOW. We ale dohbling production onAvery "ROAD-RAZERS" every week to meet the demand, Those who order FIRST will have GOOD 1TOADS FIRST. ' Come in and let us show you more about this wondm'ful machine. Road Machi0000 ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes repaired neatly and prtm pt- ly. Our Work Guaranteed. A, C. Anderson Ortonville, Minnesota \\; GUS. E. ANDERSON, Prop. @ JOHN SPANYERS Light Hauling of all Kinds Express and Baggtge Telephone 287 Ortonville, Minn. PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterer I Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F. D PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonville, Minn. + Kodak DEVELOPING PRINTING ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate Prices. THE REED STUDIO Ortonville Minn. DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN , One block uphill from Gunderson s Drug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) F. I BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonville, Minnesota $ FOR TRUCK SERVICE [ and any kind of light and heavy draying  ! Hausauer Bros. I PHONE 268 ] All Orders Given Prompt Attention? A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Min. DR. F. W. DUNN. Chiropractor ORTONVILLE, MINN. Xray Spinographital Laboratory 12-13.14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Col. Win. Wellendorf | AUCTIONEER I 30 years' experience. No practic- ling on your property. Call or }write me early and get in on ma ] early date. I Ortonville, Minnesota a. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Residenes- 194 Furniture Store - $8 All Work Guaranteed Ortonviile, Minnesota. WILL FINCH Experience! Painter Phone 25.L All Work Guaranteed ELMER SALSBURY "THE WELL DIGG]gi Fifteen Years' ]zperieme Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. o O" We will pay the following prices for junk: Old Iron, $6.{ to $1O.N per ton C.pper and heavy Brass,4 to 8e per pound. Old Rags,  tent per pound. Old Rubbers and Tir  cent to 1 ttmt per ptmd. Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Belting and Hose erried in st*k. Acetylene Welding. The Ortonville Foundry W. F. MULLIC& l*r Phone 2S x