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PAGE " i t CHURCH NOTICES O Church of St. Joim. 9 Rev. Fr. J. A. Suriivan. Mass at 9:00 o'clock next Sunday morning, September 11. • • • Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Fmtor Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. • • • Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcapai Church. Rev. H. B. Adaxas. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. • • • Swedish Lutheran Church. Odessa, Minnesota. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, September 18. • • 4, Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sundalr school after each service English lange. • • Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. f There will be no services at Or- tonville next Sunday, September 18. Services will be held at Milbank aV !1:09 o'clock in the forenoon in the Norwegian language and at 7:30 in the evening in English. • • • Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. Sunday, September 18, marks the ©lose of another Ecclesiastical yem of Northern Minnesota Methodism. There will be Baptisms and reception of members at the morning service. The theme will be, "A Pastor's Ap- preciation." Sunday school at 12:00 m. Epworth League at 7:00. Evening topic at 7:45, "The Harvest Is Past, the Summer Is Ended and We Are Not Saved." • • @ Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Matter." Wednes]ay service at 8:00 p. m. All axe weleoae to these services. Fre, reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. • • @ Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moo of Clinton, Pastor. There will be services next Sunday, September 18, at 11:00 o'clock in the Norwegian language.The Ladies' Aid Society will meet Wednesday after- noon, October 5, with Mrs. R. J. Rand. • O • First Congregational Church. There will be a Song Service next Sunday morning, September 18, at 10:45 o'clock. Sunday school at 12:00 The Rev. Dr. Everett Lesher, general superintendent of the State Congre- gational Conference, will preach Sun- day morning, September 25, 1921. Dr. Lasher is an excellent preacher and it will pay all to hear him. • • • United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Faster. Correll--Sunday school at 10:30 a. m Preaching at 7:30 p. m. OdessaPreaching service at 10:00. a. m. ;unday school at 1l:00 a. m. K.L.C.E. atS:00p, m. Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school at 2:00 p. ,m; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Akron Township Church--Services discontinued. The public is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these services- • @ • The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Roy. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. 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. Johnson---Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend Chose meetings. LOCAL CONCERN AWARDED CONTRACT Ortonville People "To Share Benefits With Residents of Larger Cities. Ortonville people are much inter- eated in the announcement that K. A. Holman has induced William A. Gar- ten, the noted scientist, to grant them exclusive advertising agency here for Garren' Tonic, the famous prepara- tion which is creating so much favor- able discussion in St. Paul and other large cities. The many people here who have ordered Garren's Tonic from St. Paul may now save time and expense by buying it at home. According to Newspaper reports, hundpeds in St. Paul who have suf- fered from stomach trouble, indiges- tion, rheumatism and rundown health have received startling results from Garren's Tonic. Since many of these had tried other forms of treatment without results, tle popularity of Gar- ren's Tonic spreafl rapidly, and drug- gists fotmd it difficult to spply the demand. IC A. Holman will be glad to furnish free literature to all who ea]! at this progrese store. Adv.t THE ORTONVILLE Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Dr. P. A. Mattson will lm'd ;nstal- ,:tion Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock . Ortonville. There will be no morning services : Rev. Arnold Nelson, pastor and r. P. A. Mattson, President of the onference, will hold installation at heaton in the morning and at Clin- -m in the afternoon. Luther League eets September 20 at the home of r. and Mrs. Emil Johnson. Ladies' .id will meet with Mrs. Olaf Peter- on north or Ortonville Saturday af- ?rnoon of this week, September 17. A cordial invitation is extended. Accidentally Shot By Self. William Crowl, who has been as- sistant night officer for some time ast, was accidentally shot by him- elf when climbing up the tender of .(o. 1 Tuesday night to search the '.oboes who were taking a free ride. The officers have been searching all v)boes for guns this fall, and have .rode a practice of working double, one holding a flashlight and the other Aoing the searching. Ed. Mum'ay had rained the top of the tender and had ,ais flashlight on the four men who .-ere laying down, waiting for Crowl  come up the other side to search hem. Crowl carried his gun in one 'and, and as he neared the top, in me way it was discharged from bore, the bullet entering his head ear the ear and emerging thru the aw. He fell to the platform where :d. and employees of the railroad ,.,'ave him assistance until he was ta- ::on to the hospital. He bled consider- :bly, his clothing being soaked with ')!ood by the time he reached he hos- pital. He was still conscious, how- :ver, and asked where and how he was hit. The wound was cleaned out and ac- cording to the attending physicians, anless some complications sets in, his chances for recoery are very good. Heraht-Adance, Milbank. 'Faking the Garden Into the Cellar I Ventilation, temperature, drainage and cleanliness are the vital factors b the successful storing of vegetables i'or late fall and winter use. "The value of the vegetable gmxlen .hould not end with the coming of winter." says W. T. Taptey, professor of horticulture of the university's de- partment of agriculture. "Products from the garden can be made avail- able for winter use by two methods. preserving and storing. At least 20 distinct kinds of vegetables can be kept in the fresh state by proper torage. Besides potatoes the list in- cludes beets, carrots, horse-radish, parsnips, winter radish, rutabaga, alsify, turnips, kohlrabi, cabbage, :elery, leeks, chicory, parsley, onions. dry beans, pumpkins, squashes anti weet potatoes. "The factors favoring successful storage are those which prevent rot 4 -ecay, and ’i.'yiw, ou:. T mperatur: should be low enough to prevent de- cay and sufficientIy high to protect from frost. For most vegetables this is fram 34 degrees to 38 degrees. Good vntilation is necessary; dead air favors decay and accumulation of moisture on roof or walls of store- room. Roots or tubers should be ma- :ure and free from brui.es. Better results are obtained if there is free air circulation, lt is not wise to make bins large nor to pile roots too deeply. A depth of four or five feet will pre- vent overheating. Onions, squash, and cabbage keep best in single layers on open racks. "Since excessive moisture favors de- cay the storage room should have per- fect drainage. One of tbd most im- portant factors is that of cleanliness. Be careful that vegetable tops are not mixed in with roots. Clean up the storage cellar before using. Bacteria and fungi flourish in rubbish and de- caying matter. If these conditions are carefully followed there should be an available supply of vegetables for *te table thruout the winter." Desire is several laps ahead of pos- session. m Pyrex Oven Glassware. Complete assortment from 25c to $2.95. Tyler's Variety Store. The Independent Want Ad method of getting help eliminates m,;ch worry and trouble. Do you know you can roll IOcts from one ba of GENUINE "BULI00'DURHAM • TOBACCO We want you to have the best paper for "BULL." So now you can reoeivn with eaoh packagea hook of 24 leaves of b.''.-- the very finest cigarette paper in the werld, Why not get the BEST? When buying Meats get it at the City' Meat Market You are sure then,of getting only choice steaks, chops, roasts, stews, etc. LUNDSTROM k GIISEL, 0rtonville i  i Ill The TRAIL CAFE NELS NOERD, Proprietor Located next to the Pure Oil Filling Station near the depot Serves Home-Cooked Meals and Lunches WE Solicit YOUR Patronage INDEPEN DENT TttURSDA-, / / Copyright 1921 Hart $chaff'ner & Mar "How good" is more important than "how much" zuyVbOU want the clothes y()u to g00ve satisfaction You can't have satisfaction without good quality Good quality is: all-wool fabrics for long wear; fine tailoring to add to the wear by shape keep-. mg; good style Any price is too much unless you get those things; you'll get them at a low cost when you find this name in clothes-- Hart Schaffner & Marx The Styles: All around belted, double breasted, patch Vockets, and conservative models in black and gray with velvet collars. The Colors: rey, dark grey, brown green, heather brown, heather, and others of the sea- softs most popular shades. ,, ,,,, ,,,, 1 ,, , ,, rr ,i ' ' I ' I 11 ' ' ' rim 1 rUIN' [ IIIIlll I Jill I Ii"' 7  Grosenick's Clothingand Furnishings for Men, Young Men and Boys ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA , , , f , ,,, ,= . • !'! PAGE " i t CHURCH NOTICES O Church of St. Joim. 9 Rev. Fr. J. A. Suriivan. Mass at 9:00 o'clock next Sunday morning, September 11. • • • Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Fmtor Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. • • • Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcapai Church. Rev. H. B. Adaxas. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. • • • Swedish Lutheran Church. Odessa, Minnesota. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, September 18. • • 4, Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sundalr school after each service English lange. • • Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. f There will be no services at Or- tonville next Sunday, September 18. Services will be held at Milbank aV !1:09 o'clock in the forenoon in the Norwegian language and at 7:30 in the evening in English. • • • Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. Sunday, September 18, marks the ©lose of another Ecclesiastical yem of Northern Minnesota Methodism. There will be Baptisms and reception of members at the morning service. The theme will be, "A Pastor's Ap- preciation." Sunday school at 12:00 m. Epworth League at 7:00. Evening topic at 7:45, "The Harvest Is Past, the Summer Is Ended and We Are Not Saved." • • @ Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Matter." Wednes]ay service at 8:00 p. m. All axe weleoae to these services. Fre, reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. • • @ Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moo of Clinton, Pastor. There will be services next Sunday, September 18, at 11:00 o'clock in the Norwegian language.The Ladies' Aid Society will meet Wednesday after- noon, October 5, with Mrs. R. J. Rand. • O • First Congregational Church. There will be a Song Service next Sunday morning, September 18, at 10:45 o'clock. Sunday school at 12:00 The Rev. Dr. Everett Lesher, general superintendent of the State Congre- gational Conference, will preach Sun- day morning, September 25, 1921. Dr. Lasher is an excellent preacher and it will pay all to hear him. • • • United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Faster. Correll--Sunday school at 10:30 a. m Preaching at 7:30 p. m. OdessaPreaching service at 10:00. a. m. ;unday school at 1l:00 a. m. K.L.C.E. atS:00p, m. Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school at 2:00 p. ,m; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Akron Township Church--Services discontinued. The public is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these services- • @ • The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Roy. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. 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. Johnson---Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend Chose meetings. LOCAL CONCERN AWARDED CONTRACT Ortonville People "To Share Benefits With Residents of Larger Cities. Ortonville people are much inter- eated in the announcement that K. A. Holman has induced William A. Gar- ten, the noted scientist, to grant them exclusive advertising agency here for Garren' Tonic, the famous prepara- tion which is creating so much favor- able discussion in St. Paul and other large cities. The many people here who have ordered Garren's Tonic from St. Paul may now save time and expense by buying it at home. According to Newspaper reports, hundpeds in St. Paul who have suf- fered from stomach trouble, indiges- tion, rheumatism and rundown health have received startling results from Garren's Tonic. Since many of these had tried other forms of treatment without results, tle popularity of Gar- ren's Tonic spreafl rapidly, and drug- gists fotmd it difficult to spply the demand. IC A. Holman will be glad to furnish free literature to all who ea]! at this progrese store. Adv.t THE ORTONVILLE Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Dr. P. A. Mattson will lm'd ;nstal- ,:tion Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock . Ortonville. There will be no morning services : Rev. Arnold Nelson, pastor and r. P. A. Mattson, President of the onference, will hold installation at heaton in the morning and at Clin- -m in the afternoon. Luther League eets September 20 at the home of r. and Mrs. Emil Johnson. Ladies' .id will meet with Mrs. Olaf Peter- on north or Ortonville Saturday af- ?rnoon of this week, September 17. A cordial invitation is extended. Accidentally Shot By Self. William Crowl, who has been as- sistant night officer for some time ast, was accidentally shot by him- elf when climbing up the tender of .(o. 1 Tuesday night to search the '.oboes who were taking a free ride. The officers have been searching all v)boes for guns this fall, and have .rode a practice of working double, one holding a flashlight and the other Aoing the searching. Ed. Mum'ay had rained the top of the tender and had ,ais flashlight on the four men who .-ere laying down, waiting for Crowl  come up the other side to search hem. Crowl carried his gun in one 'and, and as he neared the top, in me way it was discharged from bore, the bullet entering his head ear the ear and emerging thru the aw. He fell to the platform where :d. and employees of the railroad ,.,'ave him assistance until he was ta- ::on to the hospital. He bled consider- :bly, his clothing being soaked with ')!ood by the time he reached he hos- pital. He was still conscious, how- :ver, and asked where and how he was hit. The wound was cleaned out and ac- cording to the attending physicians, anless some complications sets in, his chances for recoery are very good. Heraht-Adance, Milbank. 'Faking the Garden Into the Cellar I Ventilation, temperature, drainage and cleanliness are the vital factors b the successful storing of vegetables i'or late fall and winter use. "The value of the vegetable gmxlen .hould not end with the coming of winter." says W. T. Taptey, professor of horticulture of the university's de- partment of agriculture. "Products from the garden can be made avail- able for winter use by two methods. preserving and storing. At least 20 distinct kinds of vegetables can be kept in the fresh state by proper torage. Besides potatoes the list in- cludes beets, carrots, horse-radish, parsnips, winter radish, rutabaga, alsify, turnips, kohlrabi, cabbage, :elery, leeks, chicory, parsley, onions. dry beans, pumpkins, squashes anti weet potatoes. "The factors favoring successful storage are those which prevent rot 4 -ecay, and ’i.'yiw, ou:. T mperatur: should be low enough to prevent de- cay and sufficientIy high to protect from frost. For most vegetables this is fram 34 degrees to 38 degrees. Good vntilation is necessary; dead air favors decay and accumulation of moisture on roof or walls of store- room. Roots or tubers should be ma- :ure and free from brui.es. Better results are obtained if there is free air circulation, lt is not wise to make bins large nor to pile roots too deeply. A depth of four or five feet will pre- vent overheating. Onions, squash, and cabbage keep best in single layers on open racks. "Since excessive moisture favors de- cay the storage room should have per- fect drainage. One of tbd most im- portant factors is that of cleanliness. Be careful that vegetable tops are not mixed in with roots. Clean up the storage cellar before using. Bacteria and fungi flourish in rubbish and de- caying matter. If these conditions are carefully followed there should be an available supply of vegetables for *te table thruout the winter." Desire is several laps ahead of pos- session. m Pyrex Oven Glassware. Complete assortment from 25c to $2.95. Tyler's Variety Store. The Independent Want Ad method of getting help eliminates m,;ch worry and trouble. Do you know you can roll IOcts from one ba of GENUINE "BULI00'DURHAM • TOBACCO We want you to have the best paper for "BULL." So now you can reoeivn with eaoh packagea hook of 24 leaves of b.''.-- the very finest cigarette paper in the werld, Why not get the BEST? When buying Meats get it at the City' Meat Market You are sure then,of getting only choice steaks, chops, roasts, stews, etc. LUNDSTROM k GIISEL, 0rtonville i  i Ill The TRAIL CAFE NELS NOERD, Proprietor Located next to the Pure Oil Filling Station near the depot Serves Home-Cooked Meals and Lunches WE Solicit YOUR Patronage INDEPEN DENT TttURSDA-, / / Copyright 1921 Hart $chaff'ner & Mar "How good" is more important than "how much" zuyVbOU want the clothes y()u to g00ve satisfaction You can't have satisfaction without good quality Good quality is: all-wool fabrics for long wear; fine tailoring to add to the wear by shape keep-. mg; good style Any price is too much unless you get those things; you'll get them at a low cost when you find this name in clothes-- Hart Schaffner & Marx The Styles: All around belted, double breasted, patch Vockets, and conservative models in black and gray with velvet collars. The Colors: rey, dark grey, brown green, heather brown, heather, and others of the sea- softs most popular shades. ,, ,,,, ,,,, 1 ,, , ,, rr ,i ' ' I ' I 11 ' ' ' rim 1 rUIN' [ IIIIlll I Jill I Ii"' 7  Grosenick's Clothingand Furnishings for Men, Young Men and Boys ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA , , , f , ,,, ,= . • !'! ]PAGE  TIIE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT TIIURSDAi, i CHURCH NOTICES Church of st. Jebn, • R. Ft. J* A. SurlivaL Mass at 9:00 o'elk moJng, September• • IL Swedish M. E. Cd. A. L At, de.on, Ir ay of eh month at 10:80  m. and ?:N p. m. Church. ., Ray. H. B.  Regul ieem every Sda 7 d- tel-nOon aL three o'’lecL undsy schvol at twel o'clock Swedish Luthern Odea, Minnesot Ray. Aold Nel, pa'. Trinity lthan Chu. Auat Bartling, Faster. Service every Swday at 10:00 m. or 2:09 p.  Gean lanb.age. und icheot after eh Noeglml Lutheran, lv. & Wal seth. pastor. • There wiT[ be no rvices at Or- tonvlne next Sunday, eptember 18 l:OO o'doek Norwegian language and at 7:30 ir Zion Lutheran Church. deeay, and d,ig eu. T mperaur: Ray. Aoid Nelson, ptar, should be low enough to prevent de- Dr. P. A. Mattson witl he'd instal- nay d sumdty hgh to pmtt ,:tion Sunday evening at 8:OO o'clock from frL For most vegetables thi Ortonvme. is fam 34 degrees to 38 degrees nfence. will hold installation at room. Roots or tubers should he ma There wll be no moing servis Good vntilatlon is nessary; ,lead Ray. Arnold NelsOn, pastor and ir favors decay anumulaton o r. P. A. Matteon, President of *he moistu on roof or walls of store. beaten in the morning and at Clin-! u sad free from bruises. n in the afternoon. Luther League!results e obtained if there eats September 2O at the ft s not vsn to mak r. and Mrs. Emil Johnson. on north or Orion,title Saturday af- of this week, September 17. Accidentally Shot By Self. WilIL Cwl, who has been - stant night officer for some time net, was ace[dta]ly shot by hlm- Έelf when climbing up the tender of o. 1 Tuesday night to arch the ,oboes who were taking a free rlde. The omeers have been scathing all ,boes for guns ths fall, and have ,ade a practice of working double, Ining the searching. Ed. Muay had ained the top as flashlight on the four men who e laying dn, waiting for Cw up the other Cwi carried his gun in one rind, and  he neared the top, in the e.ening in English. , . .. hen to the hospital. He bled consider- :biy, his clothing being soaked with Meth4kt Episcopal In by the time he reached the hos- pital. He was still conscio how- Ray. G. K Hagm, paster. [ oar, a,nl asked whe and hew he was Sunday, September ZS, marks the ,t. The wound w cloned out d ac- ='nrdmg to the attendmg physwlans, less some eomplitlons ts in, hls clo of another Ecclesiastied yeal of Nertbe Minneta Mtbedil, Tbe will be Baptisms and pton of members at €he morning iee. The theme will be, "A Ptor'e Ap- peiation." Sunday hl at 1:00 m. Epwnrth League at 7:O0. Evening topic at 7:45. "The Hpst Is Pas the Smer Is Ended and We Aa Not Saved." • • • atktlan 8d Sunday rs al 10:4 a. . Subject, "b£atter." Wedl service at 8:00 p.  All m wt]cme to then *erdges. Frt utlng r’om in their hall ($haker bnlldln. O  vtr Tday ad Eid= Luthsm Church (Ele miles northt of Ortonvitta) Ray. 8. L Men of CTtntn. putr. qYne will be sees ext Sunday, September 18. at 11:00 o'elk n th Noegian language.Th Ladles' Aid Seeie*y will t Wedsday aftel' nm Oeteber 5 wth M. R. J. Rd. • V • First Cnegatlonal fluh There wU be a Snn Set next Sunday mong, September 18. 10:45 o'ell nday sehl gat[onnl Confence, will pach Sun- day mnling, September 25, 1991. Dr It will pay all to kent him. Uitcd Evangelical Church. F. 7E Agte, Pater. CrlI--Sunday hoo] at m. Prnhlng at 7:8O p. m. Oa--Freach[n m. Sunday ht at 1:00  m . L C. E. at 80 p. m. Sttinle $ehoalhouunday hl at g:00 p. ; proachins at Z:00 p. m tltteotlnued. TI pnbl ia cordi3]y The Chmr of Fellowghl. United Evgelll Chareh. R. J. H. Mayne, Pafwr Bis 8to Cit yPxmchh at lo:m   Sunda3 m. g.  C. E. meeOag at 7:80 p m Prehin8 rvi at 8:0O p. m Prayer meen 8:m p, m. SehnPreldg alternate Smda at 8;00  m. Ad*lalde--Preae2aing ces ever ether Sday at Z:80 p. Eveijbedy ts rdlatly invited to at tend thee tings. LOCAL CONCERN AWARDED CONTRACT OrtonvlUe Pple "To Sha Btmeflts With Reslden/s of Larger Oti Oronvflle people are much inte ted in the oement that K. A Holmn h lr.dueed Wi]llam A* Gc. , the noted scientist, to grmat them eluive advertising agency h for G' Tonic, th famous prepara tion which i ’eating so mwh favor able dii in S Paul ad other large cities The my people her who have ordered Garn'a Toni fm St. paul may now save time an expe by buymg 1 at hom &eeording to Newspaper pos, hundds in.St. Paul who have - fared from stench trouble. Indiges- on. rhmatsm and rundown beglt.h have ’eived startling restdts from Grren's Tonic. Since ma%v of thee had tried other forms of UNmt3rnt witht mflt, ttbe popularlt of Gat- 'e Tonic pli rapidly,  drug. ts fol it dlfmlt to t*pply the demand. IL  Holma will be gktd to furnish free litertum to all who 11 at th r ogree've sto Adva bins ]ge nor to pile roots too dly vent overheating. cabbage keep best in single ]aye n, Έ open mcke. r "Since excessive moisture favors de nay the storage room should have per feet drainage. One of te mast [m pertant ftors is that of elennllns. Be earful that vegetable tops a vet root Clan up the ]Iar before using. and fungi flnorlsh i bbleh d de- ca3dng matte are ear.fully folled the should he of vegetabl far table thzout the winter." Deslre isveral laps ahead of poe- --Pyrex'Ov Glasa. Complete from 25c to $2.95. Tyler's Variety Store. nine way it w discharged from hove, the buTlet ntering his head --The Independent Want Ad methnd nat the ear and emergSng th the of getting help eliminate m,lch woy :lw. He fell to the platfo where id. and employee ef the raih-o][ avn him asslstanee until he was ta ; Doyou know you can roll 50 8p...d dutm'7 lOots from one ba, of dances for reeoery m ry good,-- _ ... HeraId-Adan, Milbank. I Taking the Garden i Into the Cellar Ventilation, temperatu, draige and cleanliness a the vitsd factor in te sueeeful sring of vegetables or late fall and winter us. "The value of the vegetable gt, den [mum not end with the ming of inter," says W. T, Tapley, profeor of hortinlt o the univeity's de- NUINE {.nm the garden n be made avai]- UULL UURHAM hie for winter use by two metheds, pserving anti storing. At least 20 TOBACCO ds’inet kinds of getables can be I Wew|  to he the kept in the fesh state by pperl but pap ’ "nULL." orage. Besides pottees the llst in o nowu ©8ffoelvo chu]es beets, earts, hor-rlish, wHheaohpaakageabogk parsnips, winter radish, rutabaga, 41aaolJ.-- aleify, tornips, kohlrabi, eabbv.ge,: the ve nest cigarette 'elery, leehs, chicory, parsley, onions,  le In  , dry bean, pumpkins, squqhee aml ............... (  "The factors favoring nueeesfnl' storage are thn which prevent rot Why not get the BEST? When buying Meats get it at the City' Meat Market You are%ure then,of getting only choice steaks, chops, roasts, stews, etc. LUNDSTROM  G]ISEL, Ortonville The TRAIL CAFE NELS NOERD, Proprietor Located next to the Pure Oil Filling Station near the depot Serves Home-Cooked Meals and Lunches WE Solicit YOUR Patronage "How good" is more important than "how much" yOU want the clothes you buy to give satisfaction You can't have satisfaction without good quality Good quality is:" all-wool fabrics for long wear; fine tailoring to add to the wear by shape keep.-. ing; good style Any price is too much unless , you get those things; you'll get them at a low cost when you find this name in clothes-- Hart Schaffner & Marx The Styles:! All around belted, double breated, patch pckets, and conservative models in black and gray with velvet collars. The Colors: rey, dark grey, brown green, heather brown, heather, and others of the sea- softs most popular shades. rr Clothingand Furnishings for Men, Young Men and Boys ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA Grosenick's PAGE " i t CHURCH NOTICES O Church of St. Joim. 9 Rev. Fr. J. A. Suriivan. Mass at 9:00 o'clock next Sunday morning, September 11. • • • Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Fmtor Regular services on the second Sun- day of each month at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. • • • Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcapai Church. Rev. H. B. Adaxas. Regular services every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. • • • Swedish Lutheran Church. Odessa, Minnesota. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, September 18. • • 4, Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sundalr school after each service English lange. • • Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. f There will be no services at Or- tonville next Sunday, September 18. Services will be held at Milbank aV !1:09 o'clock in the forenoon in the Norwegian language and at 7:30 in the evening in English. • • • Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. Sunday, September 18, marks the ©lose of another Ecclesiastical yem of Northern Minnesota Methodism. There will be Baptisms and reception of members at the morning service. The theme will be, "A Pastor's Ap- preciation." Sunday school at 12:00 m. Epworth League at 7:00. Evening topic at 7:45, "The Harvest Is Past, the Summer Is Ended and We Are Not Saved." • • @ Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject, "Matter." Wednes]ay service at 8:00 p. m. All axe weleoae to these services. Fre, reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. • • @ Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moo of Clinton, Pastor. There will be services next Sunday, September 18, at 11:00 o'clock in the Norwegian language.The Ladies' Aid Society will meet Wednesday after- noon, October 5, with Mrs. R. J. Rand. • O • First Congregational Church. There will be a Song Service next Sunday morning, September 18, at 10:45 o'clock. Sunday school at 12:00 The Rev. Dr. Everett Lesher, general superintendent of the State Congre- gational Conference, will preach Sun- day morning, September 25, 1921. Dr. Lasher is an excellent preacher and it will pay all to hear him. • • • United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Faster. Correll--Sunday school at 10:30 a. m Preaching at 7:30 p. m. OdessaPreaching service at 10:00. a. m. ;unday school at 1l:00 a. m. K.L.C.E. atS:00p, m. Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school at 2:00 p. ,m; preaching at 3:00 p. m. Akron Township Church--Services discontinued. The public is cordially invited to meet with us at all of these services- • @ • The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Roy. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. 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. Johnson---Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Adelaide--Preaching services every other Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Everybody is cordially invited to at- tend Chose meetings. LOCAL CONCERN AWARDED CONTRACT Ortonville People "To Share Benefits With Residents of Larger Cities. Ortonville people are much inter- eated in the announcement that K. A. Holman has induced William A. Gar- ten, the noted scientist, to grant them exclusive advertising agency here for Garren' Tonic, the famous prepara- tion which is creating so much favor- able discussion in St. Paul and other large cities. The many people here who have ordered Garren's Tonic from St. Paul may now save time and expense by buying it at home. According to Newspaper reports, hundpeds in St. Paul who have suf- fered from stomach trouble, indiges- tion, rheumatism and rundown health have received startling results from Garren's Tonic. Since many of these had tried other forms of treatment without results, tle popularity of Gar- ren's Tonic spreafl rapidly, and drug- gists fotmd it difficult to spply the demand. IC A. Holman will be glad to furnish free literature to all who ea]! at this progrese store. Adv.t THE ORTONVILLE Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Dr. P. A. Mattson will lm'd ;nstal- ,:tion Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock . Ortonville. There will be no morning services : Rev. Arnold Nelson, pastor and r. P. A. Mattson, President of the onference, will hold installation at heaton in the morning and at Clin- -m in the afternoon. Luther League eets September 20 at the home of r. and Mrs. Emil Johnson. Ladies' .id will meet with Mrs. Olaf Peter- on north or Ortonville Saturday af- ?rnoon of this week, September 17. A cordial invitation is extended. Accidentally Shot By Self. William Crowl, who has been as- sistant night officer for some time ast, was accidentally shot by him- elf when climbing up the tender of .(o. 1 Tuesday night to search the '.oboes who were taking a free ride. The officers have been searching all v)boes for guns this fall, and have .rode a practice of working double, one holding a flashlight and the other Aoing the searching. Ed. Mum'ay had rained the top of the tender and had ,ais flashlight on the four men who .-ere laying down, waiting for Crowl  come up the other side to search hem. Crowl carried his gun in one 'and, and as he neared the top, in me way it was discharged from bore, the bullet entering his head ear the ear and emerging thru the aw. He fell to the platform where :d. and employees of the railroad ,.,'ave him assistance until he was ta- ::on to the hospital. He bled consider- :bly, his clothing being soaked with ')!ood by the time he reached he hos- pital. He was still conscious, how- :ver, and asked where and how he was hit. The wound was cleaned out and ac- cording to the attending physicians, anless some complications sets in, his chances for recoery are very good. Heraht-Adance, Milbank. 'Faking the Garden Into the Cellar I Ventilation, temperature, drainage and cleanliness are the vital factors b the successful storing of vegetables i'or late fall and winter use. "The value of the vegetable gmxlen .hould not end with the coming of winter." says W. T. Taptey, professor of horticulture of the university's de- partment of agriculture. "Products from the garden can be made avail- able for winter use by two methods. preserving and storing. At least 20 distinct kinds of vegetables can be kept in the fresh state by proper torage. Besides potatoes the list in- cludes beets, carrots, horse-radish, parsnips, winter radish, rutabaga, alsify, turnips, kohlrabi, cabbage, :elery, leeks, chicory, parsley, onions. dry beans, pumpkins, squashes anti weet potatoes. "The factors favoring successful storage are those which prevent rot 4 -ecay, and ’i.'yiw, ou:. T mperatur: should be low enough to prevent de- cay and sufficientIy high to protect from frost. For most vegetables this is fram 34 degrees to 38 degrees. Good vntilation is necessary; dead air favors decay and accumulation of moisture on roof or walls of store- room. Roots or tubers should be ma- :ure and free from brui.es. Better results are obtained if there is free air circulation, lt is not wise to make bins large nor to pile roots too deeply. A depth of four or five feet will pre- vent overheating. Onions, squash, and cabbage keep best in single layers on open racks. "Since excessive moisture favors de- cay the storage room should have per- fect drainage. One of tbd most im- portant factors is that of cleanliness. Be careful that vegetable tops are not mixed in with roots. Clean up the storage cellar before using. Bacteria and fungi flourish in rubbish and de- caying matter. If these conditions are carefully followed there should be an available supply of vegetables for *te table thruout the winter." Desire is several laps ahead of pos- session. m Pyrex Oven Glassware. Complete assortment from 25c to $2.95. Tyler's Variety Store. The Independent Want Ad method of getting help eliminates m,;ch worry and trouble. Do you know you can roll IOcts from one ba of GENUINE "BULI00'DURHAM • TOBACCO We want you to have the best paper for "BULL." So now you can reoeivn with eaoh packagea hook of 24 leaves of b.''.-- the very finest cigarette paper in the werld, Why not get the BEST? When buying Meats get it at the City' Meat Market You are sure then,of getting only choice steaks, chops, roasts, stews, etc. LUNDSTROM k GIISEL, 0rtonville i  i Ill The TRAIL CAFE NELS NOERD, Proprietor Located next to the Pure Oil Filling Station near the depot Serves Home-Cooked Meals and Lunches WE Solicit YOUR Patronage INDEPEN DENT TttURSDA-, / / Copyright 1921 Hart $chaff'ner & Mar "How good" is more important than "how much" zuyVbOU want the clothes y()u to g00ve satisfaction You can't have satisfaction without good quality Good quality is: all-wool fabrics for long wear; fine tailoring to add to the wear by shape keep-. mg; good style Any price is too much unless you get those things; you'll get them at a low cost when you find this name in clothes-- Hart Schaffner & Marx The Styles: All around belted, double breasted, patch Vockets, and conservative models in black and gray with velvet collars. The Colors: rey, dark grey, brown green, heather brown, heather, and others of the sea- softs most popular shades. ,, ,,,, ,,,, 1 ,, , ,, rr ,i ' ' I ' I 11 ' ' ' rim 1 rUIN' [ IIIIlll I Jill I Ii"' 7  Grosenick's Clothingand Furnishings for Men, Young Men and Boys ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA , , , f , ,,, ,= . • !'!