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INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, THE ORTONVILLE ,, u &lt; . , CORRELL NEWS . Mr. Chris Bakke attended the Clin- ton fair Tuesday. Wesley LaSalle spent Sunday with his mother at Appleton this week. I ODESSA . f * Ida Griese is attending to the tele- phone office this week. Mrs. John Lestina returned Monday from her trip to St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wiese attended the Clinton fair Wednesday. Rudolph Alt was a passenger to Appleton Tuesday. Miss Clara Allpress visited her mother on Monday afternoon. Mrs. P. W. Fruetel was a passen- ger to Ortonville Tuesday. Rudolph Roske spent Sunday with his parents this week. C. G. Johnson and Chris Bottge re- turned Friday from the state fair. Miss Mabel Hamilton spent the week-end with her sister Mrs. Myers of Appleton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wise and daughter Florence spent Sunday with relative= in Correll. Ed. Hanes and son Bobby of Orton- ville visited at the Fred Hanes home Sunday. Dr. B. R. Karn add we and son of Ortonville were callei in Correll Monday afternoon. A. H. Granger, Misses Scott and Hudson, Raymond Woods and Eugene Granger motored to Clinton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and daughter Joyce were Ortonville call- ers Monday. Jacob Luchsinger returned Friday from St. Paul where he attended the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. Luchsinger and family spent Sunday visiting at the Martin Winger home. Raymond Woods left Sunday night Miss Charlotte Wolfmeyer was a Cassenger to Ortonville Thursday. Mrs. P. H. Thomas and Mrs. A. H. ;:ock were Ortonville callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Shellenbarger re the proud parents of a baby boy. Fred Gloege and Leonard Kollitz ient a few days last week at the fair. H. H. Reindl and family spent Fri- da evening with friends at Appleton. Rev. Agte and bride returned Fri day evening from Menemonee Falls, 1 'Irs. Gertrude Zahrbock left Tuns-} day evening to visit friends in Ne-t ')raska. Miss Ottilie Melinat left Friday -orning for Clarissa, Minn., where he is to teach school this year. Elsie Poirier returned Friday from her week's visit with friends at Ap- leton. i Miss Emma Schad of Appleton is  qen,l;ng the week with Mrs. E. H. R. G. trarrmgon and J. F. King f Ortonville transacted business here ?aturday. J. 5. DeWall and H. H. DeWatl of ._nrell were business callers here %nday. J. McCormick, popular banker of lhnghm, was a business caller acre Saturday. Frank Schultt, H. H. Reindl and August Pansch transacted business at . ppIeion Tuesday. for Northfield where he is attending The Odessa Livestock Shipping As-t Carleton College. . sociation will make its headquarters John Miehell of Ortonville was a at the Kollitz Store at Odessa. business caller in Correll Wednesday afternoon. Mr. J. Kunz of Minneapolis visited ,' at T. A. Zimmermans Tuesday even- hag. Elizabeth Hudson, David Cofde- man, Otto Wiese and Howard Wechs- ler returned from the state fair Fri- day night. | The Hudson, Johnson and Woods i faxailies and Miss Bernice Scott had / a picnic supper on the banks of the I Pomme de Terre River Sunday. The members of the Ladies' Aid gave a supper at the school gym- I nasium Wednesday evening. It was t well attended. / / Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conwright of Montevideo were guests at the P. D. Vaughan home Friday and Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. DeWall, Miss M. Preston, Miss M. Desso and Miss E. Lindquist motored to Big Stone Sunday. Miss Mrtha Luchsinger spent a ew days visiting friends in Correll "before going to Ortonville where she intends to make her home for the winter. Our school is increasing in number. Two pupils entered high school; two the Eighth grade, and one thePrimary department during this week. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Strei and Mr. and Mrs. Hoppenstedt spent Friday e.,ening with friends at Madison. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reindl and Wi!- ms, Laura and Ads spent Sunday v:ith friends at Twin Brooks, S. D. 1 OBITUARY ORe Krier. Otto Krier, 38 years of age, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. August Krier, of Ddessa township died at Evangelical hospital Wednesday morning follow- ing an operation, for appendicitis a week ago. His remains were shipped to his old horde at Rio, Wisconsin, where interment will be made Friday. He is survived by his wife and two children, besides his parents, four brothers arm three sisters. He was tenant on the Hugo Menzel 440 acre !ract five miles east of Odessa. NO HUNTING ALLOWED. Notice is hereby given that no hunting will be allowed on my prem- Jges, namely the southeast quarter of section 28, township 122, range 4, lo- eat-l 3 miles north of Ortonville, Minn.CHAS. F. LARSON. 19-2 If your eyes trouble or you need glasses see Dr. Simpson at Palm's September ,20. At Odessa Sept 22. O CLINTON NEWS ] * Family Reunion Hel& A pleasant family reunion took 1 place on Friday night when Mr. and l Mrs. J. H. Erickson gave a dinner party at their home, to about 47 rela- tives in honor of Miss Stella Erickson and Harold Krook, whose marriage will take place the latter part of this month. Boy Scouts Hold First Meeting. The Boy Scouts held their first regular meeting since their vacation on Friday night at their rooms over Olson's Store to plan their work of help and improvement. The Boy Scouts are a worthy organization and are deserving of help and encourage- merit. Recital Pleases Large Audience. The people of Clinton are indebted to J. O. Ross & Company, thru whose courtesy they were privileged to en- joy the high class musical entertain- ment which was given in the hall on Friday night, when Mr. Harvey Hin- dermeyer and the Dann Trio sang and played to a packed house in the in- Cereste of the Edison Phonograph company. The .musicians were all ar- tists in their line and every number on the program wa thoroly enjoyed by the audience, while the accuracy and perfection of the Edison was clearly demonstrated. NOTICE TO DAIRYMEN. All persons selling milk and cream in the city of Ortonville are hereby The Children's Clinic, which was R'iven under the auspmes of the Big Stone County Health Association at Clinton was held in the schoolhouse on Tuesday. In spite of the heavy rain Tuesday morning and the muddy condition of the roads many mothers took advantage of this splendid op- portunity to have their babies ex- amined, The physician in charge was Dr. Pierce, baby specialist, of Ab- bott Hospital, Minneapolis. He was assisted by Miss MeCalvey of Orton- ville hospital, and by the county nurse Miss Rogoshaska and her sister. Thirty-eight babies were ex&m,ined. The following local committee acted as helpers: Mrs. Otto Bergan, Mrs. John Knutson, Mrs. G. M. Johnson, Mrs. L. A. Larson, Miss Evelyn Eng- land, Miss Naomi Bender, Miss Hig- gips, Graceville. Merlin Shannon is home for fair week. Maurice McCallum and Emil Berg- man were state fair visitors. Miss Gladys Green began her school in the Buck district last week. Miss Thelma Force will teach this year in the Morrill district. Candis Bailey of Milbank, who spent last week with her aunt Mrs. Norton returned to her home on Tuesday. Miss Selma Huselid, who has been nursing in Minneapolis, arrivedon Friday, to care for Mr. Wheeler. Miss Hazel Swank is teachitg this ordered to place their dairy barns in year in the Gerber district and began a sahitary condition before October her duties last week. ]5. All ceilings must be made tight; windows, gutters and ventilators in- stalled if necessary and the interior of the barns .must be given a thoro whitewashing. License will be re- voked if this order is not complied with by the above date. E. N. SCHOEN, City Dairy Inspector. The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting in the M E. church on Friday. A petition to the city council is be ipg circulated this week asking that the curfew ordinance be granted. Mencer England, who is clerking in Morris, spent the first of the week at his home in Clinton. i CLEVELAN SIX NDW =!2E5 The Best Buy Among Light Cars Today A Year Ago $1645 w00th cord tires Price Today $1295 with cord tires TRrlq Car (5 Pusengers) $1295 P#endster (3 Passengers) $1295 (5 Fassen|ers) $2295 (4 Pusenlers) - $2195 Prices F. O. B. Clevehud Big *Inch Cord Tires Standard Equipment What other light car, four or six, offers so much quality at so low a rice ? In perform- ance, appearance, comfort and durability it challenges comparison with cars costing hundreds of dollars more. The most expensive cars show no finer engineering design than is afforded by the sturdy Cleveland Six, and ks perfect balance and long, loa underslung spring suspension l#ve riding comfort that is rarely found even Lll cars of twice its weight. The powerful Cleveland Six motor is in- stantly responsive and pliant, it is off like a flash in the getaway, throttles down to a creep in traffic, and takes the long, hard pull eager- ly, without strai or effort. This remarkable motor, most advanced of the overhead valve type, is built in the Cleveland Six plant and can not be had in any other car. No car offerir, g comparable service rivals the Cleveland in operatkzg economy. The trim, clean.cut, graceful lines, its beautiful, lgstrous finish and genuine leather uphol- Stery, win admiration everywhere. Before You Buy Any Car, See the Cleveland VANCURA AUTO CO. or A. S. HALLS ORTONVILLF MINN. CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILECOMPANY, CLEVF.LAN OHIO Mrs. Swenson and Alvin and Mrs. One of the air ships of the St. Paul Mrs. Charles Scofield and Olson came up from Minneapolis on Dispatch Flyin Circus landed in riet Stephens returned a Sunday to visit relatives. Clinton Friday afternoon and took up ago from Huber, which is Bennie Steen left for Clifford, N. pasngers on Sunday afternoon as about 18 miles north of D., last week where he has accepted well as thru the days of the fair. where they enjoyed an several weeks. a position as principal ofschools. 1 --Headaches are usually caused by Martin Steen left on Monday for t eye-strain and properly fitte4 glasses Moorehead where he will enter Con-] are the only relief. Dr. Simpson makes cordia College. a specialty of these cases and guaran- Lynn Black and family of Meltone, tees results. See him at Ortonville Montana arrived in Clinton on Mon- September 20. Odessa September 22. day to spend two or three weeks. Miss Opal Finberg left on Thurs- --"Forget your troubles and have day for Faribault, where she is at- a good time at the Whetstone Valley tendirg school. Fair." Fete Depolder motored to Minnea- polis to attend the state fair. He ent by way of Morris, where he vis- ited friends. Wiley Ross drove to Peever, S. D., on Sunday to bring home Mrs. Ross, who has been visiting at the home of her parents. Charlie Campbell came up from Minneapolis on Shnday morning to pend a Tew days in Clinton and at- Lend to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Plummer drove to the state fair. They left on Tues- (lay and expect to visit points in Wis- consin before their return. Johnny Steen returned on Sunday morning to Northfield where he en- tered St. Olaf College for his thizl ?ear of schoolwork. George Prader and family who have been living on the Bloomer place are moving this week to a farm near Barry. Art Sweezy, A1 Trebil and Will Swank left last Thursday night to at- tend the state fair. They returned Sunday morning. The Hawaiian vaudeville, in con- nection with the movies last Wednes- day night was very good and drew a large crowd. Miss Christine Mikkelson of Or- tonville has been at Olson Brothers' store during fair week with a fine display of millinery. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Norton went to Milbank last Tuesday to visit rela- tives and attend the county fair at that place. They returned on Thurs- day. Initiation of ten held by the members of the Star on Friday afternoon ing of September 23. A per will be enjoyed by the and the new candidates. A man seldom makes last if his fathe made irt Go f The large number of people who are patrons, together with new customers who satisfied, is a sure indication that our foods of the best. Our Bakery each day makes pastries equalled. They are ahvays newly-baked. some. The KORNER KA Potter & Gowan, Proprietors. VERY SPECIAL iii Auto Repairing King Corn Syrup and Good Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfies the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonville Minn. 10 lb. pail 59 5 lb. pail Peanut 95c A. C. SAEGE "t Phone 37. every rime T'S wasteful to pay more than our prices for your clothes because then you pay for something you don't get. save you money because they are priced as low as it is possible to sell good clothes. $40' to $55 The New Style S E. B. Persson, Proprietor INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, THE ORTONVILLE ,, u < . , CORRELL NEWS . Mr. Chris Bakke attended the Clin- ton fair Tuesday. Wesley LaSalle spent Sunday with his mother at Appleton this week. I ODESSA . f * Ida Griese is attending to the tele- phone office this week. Mrs. John Lestina returned Monday from her trip to St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wiese attended the Clinton fair Wednesday. Rudolph Alt was a passenger to Appleton Tuesday. Miss Clara Allpress visited her mother on Monday afternoon. Mrs. P. W. Fruetel was a passen- ger to Ortonville Tuesday. Rudolph Roske spent Sunday with his parents this week. C. G. Johnson and Chris Bottge re- turned Friday from the state fair. Miss Mabel Hamilton spent the week-end with her sister Mrs. Myers of Appleton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wise and daughter Florence spent Sunday with relative= in Correll. Ed. Hanes and son Bobby of Orton- ville visited at the Fred Hanes home Sunday. Dr. B. R. Karn add we and son of Ortonville were callei in Correll Monday afternoon. A. H. Granger, Misses Scott and Hudson, Raymond Woods and Eugene Granger motored to Clinton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and daughter Joyce were Ortonville call- ers Monday. Jacob Luchsinger returned Friday from St. Paul where he attended the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. Luchsinger and family spent Sunday visiting at the Martin Winger home. Raymond Woods left Sunday night Miss Charlotte Wolfmeyer was a Cassenger to Ortonville Thursday. Mrs. P. H. Thomas and Mrs. A. H. ;:ock were Ortonville callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Shellenbarger re the proud parents of a baby boy. Fred Gloege and Leonard Kollitz ient a few days last week at the fair. H. H. Reindl and family spent Fri- da evening with friends at Appleton. Rev. Agte and bride returned Fri day evening from Menemonee Falls, 1 'Irs. Gertrude Zahrbock left Tuns-} day evening to visit friends in Ne-t ')raska. Miss Ottilie Melinat left Friday -orning for Clarissa, Minn., where he is to teach school this year. Elsie Poirier returned Friday from her week's visit with friends at Ap- leton. i Miss Emma Schad of Appleton is  qen,l;ng the week with Mrs. E. H. R. G. trarrmgon and J. F. King f Ortonville transacted business here ?aturday. J. 5. DeWall and H. H. DeWatl of ._nrell were business callers here %nday. J. McCormick, popular banker of lhnghm, was a business caller acre Saturday. Frank Schultt, H. H. Reindl and August Pansch transacted business at . ppIeion Tuesday. for Northfield where he is attending The Odessa Livestock Shipping As-t Carleton College. . sociation will make its headquarters John Miehell of Ortonville was a at the Kollitz Store at Odessa. business caller in Correll Wednesday afternoon. Mr. J. Kunz of Minneapolis visited ,' at T. A. Zimmermans Tuesday even- hag. Elizabeth Hudson, David Cofde- man, Otto Wiese and Howard Wechs- ler returned from the state fair Fri- day night. | The Hudson, Johnson and Woods i faxailies and Miss Bernice Scott had / a picnic supper on the banks of the I Pomme de Terre River Sunday. The members of the Ladies' Aid gave a supper at the school gym- I nasium Wednesday evening. It was t well attended. / / Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conwright of Montevideo were guests at the P. D. Vaughan home Friday and Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. DeWall, Miss M. Preston, Miss M. Desso and Miss E. Lindquist motored to Big Stone Sunday. Miss Mrtha Luchsinger spent a ew days visiting friends in Correll "before going to Ortonville where she intends to make her home for the winter. Our school is increasing in number. Two pupils entered high school; two the Eighth grade, and one thePrimary department during this week. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Strei and Mr. and Mrs. Hoppenstedt spent Friday e.,ening with friends at Madison. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reindl and Wi!- ms, Laura and Ads spent Sunday v:ith friends at Twin Brooks, S. D. 1 OBITUARY ORe Krier. Otto Krier, 38 years of age, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. August Krier, of Ddessa township died at Evangelical hospital Wednesday morning follow- ing an operation, for appendicitis a week ago. His remains were shipped to his old horde at Rio, Wisconsin, where interment will be made Friday. He is survived by his wife and two children, besides his parents, four brothers arm three sisters. He was tenant on the Hugo Menzel 440 acre !ract five miles east of Odessa. NO HUNTING ALLOWED. Notice is hereby given that no hunting will be allowed on my prem- Jges, namely the southeast quarter of section 28, township 122, range 4, lo- eat-l 3 miles north of Ortonville, Minn.CHAS. F. LARSON. 19-2 If your eyes trouble or you need glasses see Dr. Simpson at Palm's September ,20. At Odessa Sept 22. O CLINTON NEWS ] * Family Reunion Hel& A pleasant family reunion took 1 place on Friday night when Mr. and l Mrs. J. H. Erickson gave a dinner party at their home, to about 47 rela- tives in honor of Miss Stella Erickson and Harold Krook, whose marriage will take place the latter part of this month. Boy Scouts Hold First Meeting. The Boy Scouts held their first regular meeting since their vacation on Friday night at their rooms over Olson's Store to plan their work of help and improvement. The Boy Scouts are a worthy organization and are deserving of help and encourage- merit. Recital Pleases Large Audience. The people of Clinton are indebted to J. O. Ross & Company, thru whose courtesy they were privileged to en- joy the high class musical entertain- ment which was given in the hall on Friday night, when Mr. Harvey Hin- dermeyer and the Dann Trio sang and played to a packed house in the in- Cereste of the Edison Phonograph company. The .musicians were all ar- tists in their line and every number on the program wa thoroly enjoyed by the audience, while the accuracy and perfection of the Edison was clearly demonstrated. NOTICE TO DAIRYMEN. All persons selling milk and cream in the city of Ortonville are hereby The Children's Clinic, which was R'iven under the auspmes of the Big Stone County Health Association at Clinton was held in the schoolhouse on Tuesday. In spite of the heavy rain Tuesday morning and the muddy condition of the roads many mothers took advantage of this splendid op- portunity to have their babies ex- amined, The physician in charge was Dr. Pierce, baby specialist, of Ab- bott Hospital, Minneapolis. He was assisted by Miss MeCalvey of Orton- ville hospital, and by the county nurse Miss Rogoshaska and her sister. Thirty-eight babies were ex&m,ined. The following local committee acted as helpers: Mrs. Otto Bergan, Mrs. John Knutson, Mrs. G. M. Johnson, Mrs. L. A. Larson, Miss Evelyn Eng- land, Miss Naomi Bender, Miss Hig- gips, Graceville. Merlin Shannon is home for fair week. Maurice McCallum and Emil Berg- man were state fair visitors. Miss Gladys Green began her school in the Buck district last week. Miss Thelma Force will teach this year in the Morrill district. Candis Bailey of Milbank, who spent last week with her aunt Mrs. Norton returned to her home on Tuesday. Miss Selma Huselid, who has been nursing in Minneapolis, arrivedon Friday, to care for Mr. Wheeler. Miss Hazel Swank is teachitg this ordered to place their dairy barns in year in the Gerber district and began a sahitary condition before October her duties last week. ]5. All ceilings must be made tight; windows, gutters and ventilators in- stalled if necessary and the interior of the barns .must be given a thoro whitewashing. License will be re- voked if this order is not complied with by the above date. E. N. SCHOEN, City Dairy Inspector. The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting in the M E. church on Friday. A petition to the city council is be ipg circulated this week asking that the curfew ordinance be granted. Mencer England, who is clerking in Morris, spent the first of the week at his home in Clinton. i CLEVELAN SIX NDW =!2E5 The Best Buy Among Light Cars Today A Year Ago $1645 w00th cord tires Price Today $1295 with cord tires TRrlq Car (5 Pusengers) $1295 P#endster (3 Passengers) $1295 (5 Fassen|ers) $2295 (4 Pusenlers) - $2195 Prices F. O. B. Clevehud Big *Inch Cord Tires Standard Equipment What other light car, four or six, offers so much quality at so low a rice ? In perform- ance, appearance, comfort and durability it challenges comparison with cars costing hundreds of dollars more. The most expensive cars show no finer engineering design than is afforded by the sturdy Cleveland Six, and ks perfect balance and long, loa underslung spring suspension l#ve riding comfort that is rarely found even Lll cars of twice its weight. The powerful Cleveland Six motor is in- stantly responsive and pliant, it is off like a flash in the getaway, throttles down to a creep in traffic, and takes the long, hard pull eager- ly, without strai or effort. This remarkable motor, most advanced of the overhead valve type, is built in the Cleveland Six plant and can not be had in any other car. No car offerir, g comparable service rivals the Cleveland in operatkzg economy. The trim, clean.cut, graceful lines, its beautiful, lgstrous finish and genuine leather uphol- Stery, win admiration everywhere. Before You Buy Any Car, See the Cleveland VANCURA AUTO CO. or A. S. HALLS ORTONVILLF MINN. CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILECOMPANY, CLEVF.LAN OHIO Mrs. Swenson and Alvin and Mrs. One of the air ships of the St. Paul Mrs. Charles Scofield and Olson came up from Minneapolis on Dispatch Flyin Circus landed in riet Stephens returned a Sunday to visit relatives. Clinton Friday afternoon and took up ago from Huber, which is Bennie Steen left for Clifford, N. pasngers on Sunday afternoon as about 18 miles north of D., last week where he has accepted well as thru the days of the fair. where they enjoyed an several weeks. a position as principal ofschools. 1 --Headaches are usually caused by Martin Steen left on Monday for t eye-strain and properly fitte4 glasses Moorehead where he will enter Con-] are the only relief. Dr. Simpson makes cordia College. a specialty of these cases and guaran- Lynn Black and family of Meltone, tees results. See him at Ortonville Montana arrived in Clinton on Mon- September 20. Odessa September 22. day to spend two or three weeks. Miss Opal Finberg left on Thurs- --"Forget your troubles and have day for Faribault, where she is at- a good time at the Whetstone Valley tendirg school. Fair." Fete Depolder motored to Minnea- polis to attend the state fair. He ent by way of Morris, where he vis- ited friends. Wiley Ross drove to Peever, S. D., on Sunday to bring home Mrs. Ross, who has been visiting at the home of her parents. Charlie Campbell came up from Minneapolis on Shnday morning to pend a Tew days in Clinton and at- Lend to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Plummer drove to the state fair. They left on Tues- (lay and expect to visit points in Wis- consin before their return. Johnny Steen returned on Sunday morning to Northfield where he en- tered St. Olaf College for his thizl ?ear of schoolwork. George Prader and family who have been living on the Bloomer place are moving this week to a farm near Barry. Art Sweezy, A1 Trebil and Will Swank left last Thursday night to at- tend the state fair. They returned Sunday morning. The Hawaiian vaudeville, in con- nection with the movies last Wednes- day night was very good and drew a large crowd. Miss Christine Mikkelson of Or- tonville has been at Olson Brothers' store during fair week with a fine display of millinery. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Norton went to Milbank last Tuesday to visit rela- tives and attend the county fair at that place. They returned on Thurs- day. Initiation of ten held by the members of the Star on Friday afternoon ing of September 23. A per will be enjoyed by the and the new candidates. A man seldom makes last if his fathe made irt Go f The large number of people who are patrons, together with new customers who satisfied, is a sure indication that our foods of the best. Our Bakery each day makes pastries equalled. They are ahvays newly-baked. some. The KORNER KA Potter & Gowan, Proprietors. VERY SPECIAL iii Auto Repairing King Corn Syrup and Good Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfies the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonville Minn. 10 lb. pail 59 5 lb. pail Peanut 95c A. C. SAEGE "t Phone 37. every rime T'S wasteful to pay more than our prices for your clothes because then you pay for something you don't get. save you money because they are priced as low as it is possible to sell good clothes. $40' to $55 The New Style S E. B. Persson, Proprietor IF'AGE 4 TIlE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, - -- _ - oj * - oj Mrs. Swenson an Alvin and Mrs. One of the air shlps of the St. Paul I M. Charles Seofield aa a CORRELL NEWS [i ODESSA , CLINTON NEWS l j el ............ .............. Its on ....... h Flyin (reus lndc, in riet tephinuSbe?tuyed  0 -- @ @ ---- __ e I Sunday to visit relative, Clinton Friday afternoon ana toox up[ ago m r, w ic ]s Mr.C ...... k .... fled the Clin J ......................................... I B ....................... ' ........... . Sunday afteroo ..... bou' 18 mllee:,olth fo1 ] ton fair Tuesday pPone oe tbJs week A pleant family reun on teok D last week where be has eeptLi well as thru the ays ox ne lair, wne ney . d n Wesley ImSalle spent Smtda with Mrs, John Lestin retad Monday place o Friday night whe Mr: and a position  principal of shools, __Keadhes are ually caud by e e a] ks -- his mother at Appleton this k. 11am. her trip to St" Psuh I- J H- Eeksn gave a dhme Martn Stun left on Monday for J eye-strain and pperly fitted glasses [nltiation of ten candidate Mr. ad n ........  . , ..... Moorehead w e e e wx n r n I M ff Wisse atte dad he M Charlotte Wo[fmeyer was p,rt a their home to about 47 lla- h 11 "11 e te CO aretheon]y relief Dr mp on make" he by he membee o te Rdolph A w a pasnger to M- .  . Fid and H roo,wose m ft.e / mnBlaekaudfamyofMetoneJ e e ults Scehim a O'v e g of September 23. Ap Appleton Tuesday ii b r er M t rm d h n on Mon- S ptembe 20 Odes Sept 22 per will be en]oed by th [1. [i. Reindl nd fily ape t Fti- t he Rudolph Rke pet Sunday with . . . d t A n to" regu ar m ng since t ir ete Depolder motored to Minnea- da} evening th fen s a pple n .... $ paints this Wk. . # on Fday ntght at their re ,oil z to attend the state fair. He C. G. JohnSon and Chs Borage re- Rev Agte d br*de t n I F an ur e rt Olson, s Store to plan their ,ent by way of Morris, where he.s- day evening from Menemonee Falls, help and improvement. The Boy Wis, , Scouts a a war hy o ganition and Mrs. Gertxmde Zahrbeck left Tues- I are desexing of help and ted Friday fm the state f,dr. iss Mabel Hilton spent tl Wiley Ross drove to Peever, S. D. wk-end with her dater Mr Myer on Sunday to briug home Mrs Ross of Appeton this weet= day evening to 4sit friends in Ne-lmen  ,ho has been visiting at the home o Mr. and Mrs. W]*e and daughte 'raska. I --- Yloren spent Sday wh relatl ' Mfs Ottilie Mehnat !eft Friday Recital Pleases Large Audience. CampbeJl came up fro in Corre omg for Classa Mmn. where; ' . ' The people of C]mten az mdeb Minneapolis on Sanday moming to Ed. Hes and son Bobby of Orlon he ,s to t3h bool this year. I o J. O. Ros & Cumpany. th whose ,pend a cw ,las in CfiJL,n and at- v Ile vited at the Fred Hane home Elsie Po,rer. turned Friday fruml eou,tesy they ,ve pvileged to en- tend to busies matter Sunday. ,r wk s vtslt with friends at Ap- j ,y the high class musical entern Mr. and Mrs. . M Plummet thve Dr B. R. Ka  w a ripen of /stun. . merit which was # n n he hall on to the state fair They left on Tues A. H Granger Mies o and ..Lht " F l p aye to a pked house iu the h, dy and expect to visit points it, Wis- 0 .............. f in Co ...... s Emhra Sehwf ppletn s ............................ Monday afteroo !'enl'ng t  week . . . nrmeyet aad the Dan Trio sang and cnnsin before their leturn. Johlmv Steen returlad on Sunday Hudson Ra 'mond Woods and Eugenel R G. mtlng,n m,d . g, et  of the edison Phonograph morning to Nolthfield whe he ca- Granger motrod to Clinton Saturday.] I Orton vll/e transacted bsn/ess he compu W The musiclaus were all ae- ered St Ola CoUege for Mr. and Mrs M ke mehnger andl :,turda II f l lists in tile r ne an every nbcl , e ,r of h<,,,'o,k. duKhter ffoyce were Orteville call- J. ff eWa an!l H. H. DeWa o on the pr)gram wan thoroly enio3ed Gemg  iqader and family who era Mol day ';111 were business callers here I I the audience while he aec have hcelt liivg on the Bloome place Jacob Lehsinger retnd id&y ]ma y /d perfection of the Edison a/e movin this week to a farm near rom S Paul wher e he attended th e J. MeCmmlek, pepulas hankerllof iclearb, lemontra ted. slate fair olllnh, was a business ca ei __ arr,. "1 W 1 All eezl', Al [reb and Mr d Mrs. J. Luehsinger and " Satulday, y nighto at -I family spen Sunday visiting at the rank Schultt, H. H. Reinl and e Chih/rea's tnd the state fail They returned Maltln Winger home. ./..ust Punch transacted bines a given under the StOn County HeaIth Snday molning. Raond Woods left Sunday night ppleton Tuesday. The Hawaiian vaudeville, in con- for Northfleld where he is atndin The Odes Livestk Shipping As- Clinton as held in the on Tuelay. In spite of the hear3 wth the movies It Wedne- Carleton COHeRe. sociatioa will make its headquarters rain Toesday morn/g and the muckly day night was very good and dw John Miehell of Ortonvil]e was a at the Kollitz Sto at Odess eonditio of the s my mother a large crowd. buaines caller in Correll Wlnesda Our school is ireasig in number, took advantage of thi splendid op- Mikkelson of Or. d'teeon. Two pupts ented hlgh school; two portunity to hve been at Olson Brothers' i ' Mr, J Kun ef Minneapolis vlsit the Eighth grade, and one the prlmary ined. The physician in charge was store during fair week with a fl ,'at T. A. Zimmens Tesday even. department during this k. Dr. pierce, baby specialist, of Ab- display of milline T. Ms. and Mrs. Wm. Sti and Mr. butt Hopita], Minneapo] He was ML and Mrs T. K. Norton went tc :gElizabeth Hudn, David elided am! Mrs. Hoplmnstedt spent Friday sistad by Miss MeCalvev o Often Tuesday to visit rein I m, Otto Wese and Howard Wths. e,eMnle with frlend at Madison. , H H Re'rid] W l ville hospital, and by the county urso tves and attend the county fair at let returned fm he s ate fair F-I Mr. and Mrs... l and ] ljss RogoshkR an d hr s ster thDt !,lace" They tured all ThDr - da - hL m Laura and Ado spent Sunday .... ymg th f e d at Tw B k S D Thtrty-eght babes we exmmad, day. The Hudson, Johnn avd WoOdSl n n s m o s, . Th e following il mittee acte d an ,s J -- as epe : s gun, . lies d M s Berate Scot had hl rs Mr Otto Ber Mrs pii pper on the banks of the t I OBITUARY I John Knutn, Mrs, O. M. Johnson, ....... Te R ......... I"--45 ............................ " Auto Repairing The ber# of the Ladies' Aid Ott Krler* and, 1 ss Nmi Bender, Mi Hig ga e pper at he ehool  I ott Krier 88 ea s of g Ide  lie v a . , , r a e, o s tips, Gre . nasium Wedsday ening. It wss l n of Mr. anti Mrs August Krier, o . -- weft attended  I Odessa township die<] at gvangeli Merlin Shanno is home for fair Mr. d M lnth Conwright ] 'spital Wedeaday mo/ng follow [ eek. of Montevtd  guests at the P. ing an operation for appendicitis a Mauriee MeCallum and mfl Belg- Th e tisfaetion of D. Vaughan home Friday ad Satur- wk ago. His ains we shipped man were state fair visitors, knowing that your car day. to hi aid ha at Rio, Wissin, Miss Gllys Gen began her school has hn overhauMd or Mr. d M. A. A. IWall, Miss where interment will be made Friday in the Buck district ]t week. repMre d by an expert M. Preston, Miss M. Desso and Miss He is survived by his wife and two Miss Thehna F0e will teh thi K Idqdst tord to Big tone childn, besides his parents, four i eat, in th e Morrill dlstrieL eneed mechanic s nday. brothe al three slstl He was Candis Bailey of Milhank, ho spen I w o r t h much. Walk Mttrtha Luehdager spent a tenant on the Else Mzel 440 re done here is not eallad y dgy visiting rlda in Call rt five roues east of Odes. complete until it has fore ifinS to Ortonville where she Mis Selma Huselid, bn clone right, d intends to make her home for the NOTICE TO DAIRYMN. nuing in Minneapolis, whiter. All perns selling Friday, to ca for Mr. Whaler. sa tisfie the customer. in the city of Ortnville are hereby :dJss HaI Swank is tehlhg thi AI I Kinds of G*neral NO HUNTING ALLOWED. nlde[ to pl their dairy barns in Repairing . Notie s hereby gdven that nc a sanitary nditian befo ...... Swill be ...................................... h ............................... Joh Vipo d Js melY the utheaSt quarter l windw' gutters d ventilatrs in" I held their regular meeting n n eeztisn 28, township 122, range 4, Io alled if nsary and the interioR E. cbuh on Friday. eared 3 miles north of Ortonville f the bas must be gn a thoro A petition to the city council is be AT MInn.--CHAS. F. LARSON. "19-[ whitewashing, License will be re- ivg eilulated this week king lit JURGEN'S GARAGE glses e Dr. Simpson at Palm's E. N, SCHON, bloats, spent the first of v kad f th s order s no ompled t e rf rd a ce be .  h eu ew o in n granted. --1 yo s tuble or you nd with by the bove date. Meer England, who is clerking in Or ttmville Minm September 20. At Oda ep 22. City Dairy lnpter. I at his home in Clinton. The large number of people patrol3s together with new customers who $ satisfied, is a sure ind cation that ore" foods of the best. Our Bakery each day makes etlalled. They some. The KORNER K Potter & Gowan, Proprietors. VERY SPECIAL King Corn Syrup 10 lb. pail 5% 5 lb. pail Peanut 95c A.C.S Phone 37. CLEVELAN00 NflW Sl2005 The Best Buy Among Light Cars Today What uther light car fet3r or six offers to A Year Ago  m. quality at to I ....... ? .... f .... mace, appearance, comfort and durabilit:{ it $1645 ehall ........ is ..... h ...... g hundrl of dollars more wth cord tu'ea The most expensiv cars show no finer engineering deal n than is afforded b the sturdy ClevelemdgSix, and is perfect hanre Price Today .d o., o. udr*..g ......m "re riding comfort. . thetis, rarely found even m arl of twice its weight. $1295 The powerful Cleveland Six motor is in. stantly re*pan.ire and pliant. It is off ]/ke m with cord tires flash iu the getaway, thruttle down to a creep in truffle and takes the long, hard pail eager- T.t C (S P*-S*/ Sx2s [y. without strak or effort, This remark*tb e 0 P*,,,at*) - sizes motor most advanced of the overhead vabm ( attm) .  type, is built in the Cleve and Six p ant and . (4 pmmml*l . . $21 cgn not be had in any other car. F, O g. Cle.bm No car offeri>g comparable sen'ice rivals Big 4-1ad Cord Tires the Cevebtnd in operati:tg eonomy, The trim, clean.uS, graeoful line*, its beautiful, Stam[10rd iuipmeut I bout finish and gemdne leather uphoh tsery, win admiration everywhere. Before You Buy Any Car, See the Cleveland vANcuRA AUTO CO. or A. S. HALLS ORTONVILL MINN. "Money's Worth" every time IT'S wasteful to pay more than our prices for your clothes because then you pay for something you don't get. odrttJ ran lethts save you money because they are priced as low as it is possible to sell good Clothes. $40' to $55 The New Style Sho E. B. Persson, Proprietor INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, THE ORTONVILLE ,, u < . , CORRELL NEWS . Mr. Chris Bakke attended the Clin- ton fair Tuesday. Wesley LaSalle spent Sunday with his mother at Appleton this week. I ODESSA . f * Ida Griese is attending to the tele- phone office this week. Mrs. John Lestina returned Monday from her trip to St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wiese attended the Clinton fair Wednesday. Rudolph Alt was a passenger to Appleton Tuesday. Miss Clara Allpress visited her mother on Monday afternoon. Mrs. P. W. Fruetel was a passen- ger to Ortonville Tuesday. Rudolph Roske spent Sunday with his parents this week. C. G. Johnson and Chris Bottge re- turned Friday from the state fair. Miss Mabel Hamilton spent the week-end with her sister Mrs. Myers of Appleton this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wise and daughter Florence spent Sunday with relative= in Correll. Ed. Hanes and son Bobby of Orton- ville visited at the Fred Hanes home Sunday. Dr. B. R. Karn add we and son of Ortonville were callei in Correll Monday afternoon. A. H. Granger, Misses Scott and Hudson, Raymond Woods and Eugene Granger motored to Clinton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger and daughter Joyce were Ortonville call- ers Monday. Jacob Luchsinger returned Friday from St. Paul where he attended the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. Luchsinger and family spent Sunday visiting at the Martin Winger home. Raymond Woods left Sunday night Miss Charlotte Wolfmeyer was a Cassenger to Ortonville Thursday. Mrs. P. H. Thomas and Mrs. A. H. ;:ock were Ortonville callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Shellenbarger re the proud parents of a baby boy. Fred Gloege and Leonard Kollitz ient a few days last week at the fair. H. H. Reindl and family spent Fri- da evening with friends at Appleton. Rev. Agte and bride returned Fri day evening from Menemonee Falls, 1 'Irs. Gertrude Zahrbock left Tuns-} day evening to visit friends in Ne-t ')raska. Miss Ottilie Melinat left Friday -orning for Clarissa, Minn., where he is to teach school this year. Elsie Poirier returned Friday from her week's visit with friends at Ap- leton. i Miss Emma Schad of Appleton is  qen,l;ng the week with Mrs. E. H. R. G. trarrmgon and J. F. King f Ortonville transacted business here ?aturday. J. 5. DeWall and H. H. DeWatl of ._nrell were business callers here %nday. J. McCormick, popular banker of lhnghm, was a business caller acre Saturday. Frank Schultt, H. H. Reindl and August Pansch transacted business at . ppIeion Tuesday. for Northfield where he is attending The Odessa Livestock Shipping As-t Carleton College. . sociation will make its headquarters John Miehell of Ortonville was a at the Kollitz Store at Odessa. business caller in Correll Wednesday afternoon. Mr. J. Kunz of Minneapolis visited ,' at T. A. Zimmermans Tuesday even- hag. Elizabeth Hudson, David Cofde- man, Otto Wiese and Howard Wechs- ler returned from the state fair Fri- day night. | The Hudson, Johnson and Woods i faxailies and Miss Bernice Scott had / a picnic supper on the banks of the I Pomme de Terre River Sunday. The members of the Ladies' Aid gave a supper at the school gym- I nasium Wednesday evening. It was t well attended. / / Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Conwright of Montevideo were guests at the P. D. Vaughan home Friday and Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. DeWall, Miss M. Preston, Miss M. Desso and Miss E. Lindquist motored to Big Stone Sunday. Miss Mrtha Luchsinger spent a ew days visiting friends in Correll "before going to Ortonville where she intends to make her home for the winter. Our school is increasing in number. Two pupils entered high school; two the Eighth grade, and one thePrimary department during this week. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Strei and Mr. and Mrs. Hoppenstedt spent Friday e.,ening with friends at Madison. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Reindl and Wi!- ms, Laura and Ads spent Sunday v:ith friends at Twin Brooks, S. D. 1 OBITUARY ORe Krier. Otto Krier, 38 years of age, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. August Krier, of Ddessa township died at Evangelical hospital Wednesday morning follow- ing an operation, for appendicitis a week ago. His remains were shipped to his old horde at Rio, Wisconsin, where interment will be made Friday. He is survived by his wife and two children, besides his parents, four brothers arm three sisters. He was tenant on the Hugo Menzel 440 acre !ract five miles east of Odessa. NO HUNTING ALLOWED. Notice is hereby given that no hunting will be allowed on my prem- Jges, namely the southeast quarter of section 28, township 122, range 4, lo- eat-l 3 miles north of Ortonville, Minn.CHAS. F. LARSON. 19-2 If your eyes trouble or you need glasses see Dr. Simpson at Palm's September ,20. At Odessa Sept 22. O CLINTON NEWS ] * Family Reunion Hel& A pleasant family reunion took 1 place on Friday night when Mr. and l Mrs. J. H. Erickson gave a dinner party at their home, to about 47 rela- tives in honor of Miss Stella Erickson and Harold Krook, whose marriage will take place the latter part of this month. Boy Scouts Hold First Meeting. The Boy Scouts held their first regular meeting since their vacation on Friday night at their rooms over Olson's Store to plan their work of help and improvement. The Boy Scouts are a worthy organization and are deserving of help and encourage- merit. Recital Pleases Large Audience. The people of Clinton are indebted to J. O. Ross & Company, thru whose courtesy they were privileged to en- joy the high class musical entertain- ment which was given in the hall on Friday night, when Mr. Harvey Hin- dermeyer and the Dann Trio sang and played to a packed house in the in- Cereste of the Edison Phonograph company. The .musicians were all ar- tists in their line and every number on the program wa thoroly enjoyed by the audience, while the accuracy and perfection of the Edison was clearly demonstrated. NOTICE TO DAIRYMEN. All persons selling milk and cream in the city of Ortonville are hereby The Children's Clinic, which was R'iven under the auspmes of the Big Stone County Health Association at Clinton was held in the schoolhouse on Tuesday. In spite of the heavy rain Tuesday morning and the muddy condition of the roads many mothers took advantage of this splendid op- portunity to have their babies ex- amined, The physician in charge was Dr. Pierce, baby specialist, of Ab- bott Hospital, Minneapolis. He was assisted by Miss MeCalvey of Orton- ville hospital, and by the county nurse Miss Rogoshaska and her sister. Thirty-eight babies were ex&m,ined. The following local committee acted as helpers: Mrs. Otto Bergan, Mrs. John Knutson, Mrs. G. M. Johnson, Mrs. L. A. Larson, Miss Evelyn Eng- land, Miss Naomi Bender, Miss Hig- gips, Graceville. Merlin Shannon is home for fair week. Maurice McCallum and Emil Berg- man were state fair visitors. Miss Gladys Green began her school in the Buck district last week. Miss Thelma Force will teach this year in the Morrill district. Candis Bailey of Milbank, who spent last week with her aunt Mrs. Norton returned to her home on Tuesday. Miss Selma Huselid, who has been nursing in Minneapolis, arrivedon Friday, to care for Mr. Wheeler. Miss Hazel Swank is teachitg this ordered to place their dairy barns in year in the Gerber district and began a sahitary condition before October her duties last week. ]5. All ceilings must be made tight; windows, gutters and ventilators in- stalled if necessary and the interior of the barns .must be given a thoro whitewashing. License will be re- voked if this order is not complied with by the above date. E. N. SCHOEN, City Dairy Inspector. The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting in the M E. church on Friday. A petition to the city council is be ipg circulated this week asking that the curfew ordinance be granted. Mencer England, who is clerking in Morris, spent the first of the week at his home in Clinton. i CLEVELAN SIX NDW =!2E5 The Best Buy Among Light Cars Today A Year Ago $1645 w00th cord tires Price Today $1295 with cord tires TRrlq Car (5 Pusengers) $1295 P#endster (3 Passengers) $1295 (5 Fassen|ers) $2295 (4 Pusenlers) - $2195 Prices F. O. B. Clevehud Big *Inch Cord Tires Standard Equipment What other light car, four or six, offers so much quality at so low a rice ? In perform- ance, appearance, comfort and durability it challenges comparison with cars costing hundreds of dollars more. The most expensive cars show no finer engineering design than is afforded by the sturdy Cleveland Six, and ks perfect balance and long, loa underslung spring suspension l#ve riding comfort that is rarely found even Lll cars of twice its weight. The powerful Cleveland Six motor is in- stantly responsive and pliant, it is off like a flash in the getaway, throttles down to a creep in traffic, and takes the long, hard pull eager- ly, without strai or effort. This remarkable motor, most advanced of the overhead valve type, is built in the Cleveland Six plant and can not be had in any other car. No car offerir, g comparable service rivals the Cleveland in operatkzg economy. The trim, clean.cut, graceful lines, its beautiful, lgstrous finish and genuine leather uphol- Stery, win admiration everywhere. Before You Buy Any Car, See the Cleveland VANCURA AUTO CO. or A. S. HALLS ORTONVILLF MINN. CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILECOMPANY, CLEVF.LAN OHIO Mrs. Swenson and Alvin and Mrs. One of the air ships of the St. Paul Mrs. Charles Scofield and Olson came up from Minneapolis on Dispatch Flyin Circus landed in riet Stephens returned a Sunday to visit relatives. Clinton Friday afternoon and took up ago from Huber, which is Bennie Steen left for Clifford, N. pasngers on Sunday afternoon as about 18 miles north of D., last week where he has accepted well as thru the days of the fair. where they enjoyed an several weeks. a position as principal ofschools. 1 --Headaches are usually caused by Martin Steen left on Monday for t eye-strain and properly fitte4 glasses Moorehead where he will enter Con-] are the only relief. Dr. Simpson makes cordia College. a specialty of these cases and guaran- Lynn Black and family of Meltone, tees results. See him at Ortonville Montana arrived in Clinton on Mon- September 20. Odessa September 22. day to spend two or three weeks. Miss Opal Finberg left on Thurs- --"Forget your troubles and have day for Faribault, where she is at- a good time at the Whetstone Valley tendirg school. Fair." Fete Depolder motored to Minnea- polis to attend the state fair. He ent by way of Morris, where he vis- ited friends. Wiley Ross drove to Peever, S. D., on Sunday to bring home Mrs. Ross, who has been visiting at the home of her parents. Charlie Campbell came up from Minneapolis on Shnday morning to pend a Tew days in Clinton and at- Lend to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Plummer drove to the state fair. They left on Tues- (lay and expect to visit points in Wis- consin before their return. Johnny Steen returned on Sunday morning to Northfield where he en- tered St. Olaf College for his thizl ?ear of schoolwork. George Prader and family who have been living on the Bloomer place are moving this week to a farm near Barry. Art Sweezy, A1 Trebil and Will Swank left last Thursday night to at- tend the state fair. They returned Sunday morning. The Hawaiian vaudeville, in con- nection with the movies last Wednes- day night was very good and drew a large crowd. Miss Christine Mikkelson of Or- tonville has been at Olson Brothers' store during fair week with a fine display of millinery. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Norton went to Milbank last Tuesday to visit rela- tives and attend the county fair at that place. They returned on Thurs- day. Initiation of ten held by the members of the Star on Friday afternoon ing of September 23. A per will be enjoyed by the and the new candidates. A man seldom makes last if his fathe made irt Go f The large number of people who are patrons, together with new customers who satisfied, is a sure indication that our foods of the best. Our Bakery each day makes pastries equalled. They are ahvays newly-baked. some. The KORNER KA Potter & Gowan, Proprietors. VERY SPECIAL iii Auto Repairing King Corn Syrup and Good Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfies the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonville Minn. 10 lb. pail 59 5 lb. pail Peanut 95c A. C. SAEGE "t Phone 37. every rime T'S wasteful to pay more than our prices for your clothes because then you pay for something you don't get. save you money because they are priced as low as it is possible to sell good clothes. $40' to $55 The New Style S E. B. Persson, Proprietor