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PAGE 6 I  [. &apos; ] Twenty-five tuberbular ex-service i l American II patients of the Walker SanitorJum I had a good time at a picnic on Ten i "/A /I]LeiO Mile Lake last week. Members of ! ._____r__g__ i i!---_l .,h2 the American Legion Auxiliary of Walker and Pine River, assisted by Legionaires frgm these posts, pro- vided good things to eat and pleasant Yellow Medicine is the te t " " entertainment. While waiting for the sota county which in 1921 has set big feed, Legionaires and their sweet- THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Merchants' Printing Co., Jarnes Mc- Niff, John M. Kaercher, R. C. Kaer- i cher, Paul Dirnbauer, Orre Huizenga, Lemuel A. Kaercher, Win. Rudolph, A. S. Halls, Gustav Lindholm, Harry i Libby, Nels Lundberg, Ben LaCombe, David Lindholm, J. J. Dann, Ernest/ SUMMONS. District Court, Sixteenth Judicial " District. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone--ss. Farmers and Mer- chants State Bank of Con-ell, a cor- poration, plaintiff, against M. Fetch, Julia Ferch, Matilda Ferch, C. F. L. Brown, Simon A. Haugen, Alfred Mathison, A. C. Saeger, A. B. Kaer- Ferch, and Emma Ferch, defen- cher, Carl Hjelmeland, Walter Din- dants. The State of Minnesota to the above nell, Frank Harris, Albert H. Sturgis, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEP,, ! Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday WK00I aside one day of its annual fair as "American Legion Day" in honor of the boys who dig their bit in the la war. Yellow Medicine is doing even better; it is offering a $50 purse to the Legion post within fifty miles of Canby which has the largest propor- tion of its paid-up membership at the Yellow Medicine Comaty Fair on Le- gion Day. Other purses ranging from ten to fifty dollars will go to.the posts most ably perfoaning competitive drills, and to the winners of various Legion athletic contests, including a .Legion baseball game. September 16 is the big day, and posts at Madison Daweson, Ivanhce, Hendrieks, Minne- ota, Marshall, Porter, Clarkfield, Ar- co, Boyd, Clarissa, Hanley Falls, Mari- etta Cottonwood and Granite Falls are expected to compete. Posts from any Minnesota county or the adjoin- ing counties of South Dakota are eligible, provided they are within fifty miles of Canby, Minn. "'Here, I'll go your bond, buddy," said a big policeman to James Ander- zon of Nashville, Tennessee, "I wear -the srne button," pointing to the blue and gold emblem of the Ameri- can Legion in Anderson's coat lapel. Anderson had been arrested and was :facing detention in jail for violating a traffic ordinance. He was passing some unhappy moments when his po- liceman escort noticed his Legion but- ton. It developed that both men be- longed to the same Legion post. Appointment of a special commit- tee, the duty of which will be to re- port as to the advisability of the Le- gion to Minnesota establishing a Me- morial Hospital at Rochester, Minn., at an approximate cost of $250,000 in which sick and injured veterans of the -great war would be treated by the] Mayo brothers and other eminent phy- I icians at slight cost, was directed by 1 the Minnesota Legion State Execu- 1 tire Committee at its recent meeting.] Another special committee was P.amed to arrange for the special train ,hich will take Legionaires and Aux- iliary members to the Legion Nation- al convention at Kan.as City. This is to invite Legion delegations from North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, and Washington to accompany the Minne. sota delegation which will be led by its official department band of fifty- six pieces from the David Wisted Post of Duluth Certain Minnesota cemetery asso- ciations having refused to allow the erection of the marbel headstones urnishe(I by the government for the gravee of great war veterans, on the grounds that they qaickly deteriorate and decay, the state executive cam- mittee instructed department head- quarters to urge Congress to make sufficient appropriation to provide the most durable headstones obtainable for the graves of those who died for their country. No alternate national committee- man having been elected at the Wi- J nona convention, the executive com- mittee named Elmer McDevitt of Du- luth to fill that position. The com- mittee confirmed the action of the de- partment commander in naming Staf- ford King of St. Paul department ad- jutant, tt reelected Ra)mond Tea- mnt of St. Paul as department treas- urer. The following standing com- mittee for 1921-22 were organized: Finance, Legislation, American?sin, Educatio. Athletics, Post Activites, Sick and Disabled, and Women's Aux- iliary. The tate executive committee in- structed the Women's Auxiliary Con- tact committee to co-ordinate the work of the Legion and its Auxiliary that each will be the greatest pos- sible assistance to the other. Every effort is to be made to secure the or- ganization of an Auxiliary unit to every Legion post in Minnesota. More than 230 units have now been form- ed. Tea or more mothers, wives, sis- ters or daughters of paid-up Legion- aires may apply for an amdliary unit claarter to any Legion post. Blanks and instructions may be secured from State Secretary Blanche W. Scailen, 900 Plymouth Building, Minneapolis. Mrs. Sandy Hsenilton, "The Fairy Godmother of the Dibbled Soldiers," is Minnesota State President of the Legion Auxiliary and can be reached at same address. THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1 Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms st-- $1.,50 to $2.00--Without Bath $2.00 to $5.e0---With Bath ,, , ,  , With Moderate Priced --care-- hearts sang the old camp harmonies, named Defendants: It was a tired but happy crowd which started for home. To five bed-ridden boys who could not attend, a little remembrance consisting of two cakes, a basket of fruit, and a big bouquet af flowers, was sent. Recently the Willmar Journal con- tained an item to the effect that the Wilimar American Legion Auxiliary had held a "coffee" which had net- ted the society $125. The St. Paul Pioneer Press, referring to this, re- marks: "Ever hear of 'booze' yield- ing anything for a good cause?" Buy a ticket to the American Le- State Commander A. A. Van Dyke spoke at the Todd County Fair, Long Prairie, on August 26, addressed Wa- dena county Legionaires at Perham August 27, had a good time with Dis- trict Legionaires at Farmington Au- gust 28, and in the middle of the af- ternoon left by airplane for Rich: ville, Minn., to take part in laying the cornerstone of a monument in honor of Ottertail county buddies who gave their lives in the great war. The flight, a distance of two hundred miles, was made in two hours arid was described by Commander Van Dyke as the nmst enjoyable trip he I has ewer had. In answer to the inquiries of many l " * " e Minnesota Legmn posts whmh ar I honoring their dead comrades by pro-I viding funerals, Legion National Headquarters-has informed Minneso- ta Department officers that when the Legion flag is carried at a military funeral it should be to the left of the National colors, both flags being un- furled, weather permitting, with crepe hanging from the peak of each. --Fresh SpanLh Salted Peanuts, 8 I ounces for 10c. Tyler's Variety Store. NO HWED. t Notice is hereby given that rio hunt- t ing will be allowed on my premises, namely, the southwest quarter of Sec- You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and" required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint has been filed in the office of the Clerk of said District Court in the city of Or- tonville, county of Big Stone, and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said com- plaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, Minnesota, within twen- ty days after service of this sum- mons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this acton will, upon such filure, take judgment against you for the amount demanded in said complaint .together with plaintiff's costs and disburse- ments herein. Dated September 14, A. D. 1921. A." B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First Pub. Sept. 8. 3w Citation for Hearing and Petition for Administration. Estate of Frederick C. Wiley. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone--ss. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Frede- rick C. Wiley, Decedent. The state of Minnesota, to Rosaline Wiley, Clarence E. Wiley, and all per- sons interested in the granting of ad- ministration of the estate of said de- cedent: The petition of Clarence E. Wiley having been filed in this court, l;epresenting that Frederick C. Wiley, then a resident of the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 4th day of August, 1921, and praying that letters of adminis- tration of his estate be granted to Clarence E. Wiley and the Court, hav- ing fixed the time and place for hear- ing said petition: Therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and re- quired to show cause, if any you have, before this Court at the Probate Court rooms in'the courthouse, in the city f Ortonville in the county of Big tone, state of Minnesota, on the 19th day of September, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said Court, tion 5, and the northwest quarter of and the seal of said Court, this 23rd Seciton 8, township 122. range 46. day of August, 1921. John Larson, R. 1, Ortonville Minn. R.B. HUDSON, (Seal) Judge o.f Probate. e!A. B. KAERCHER, LEGAL NOTICES  Attorney for Petitioner. First Pub. Aug. 25, 3w SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA,County of Big Stone--ss. District Court, Six- teenth Judicial District. T. F. Ner- enz, plaintiff, against William Hei- decker, defendant. The State of Minnesota to the above named de- fendant: First Pub. Sept. 15, 3w} The Ortonville Independent plab,[ lished weekly at Ortonville, Minnes6ta, ] for October 1, 1921. State of Minne- I sota, county of Big Stone---ss. ] Statement of the Ownership, Circula-' [ tion, etc., Required By the Act You are hereby summoned and re- of Congress of Aug. 24, 1912. quired to answer Xhe complaint of Before me, a notary public in and the plaintiff in the above entitled ac-i for the state and county aforesaid, tion, which complaint has been filed lpersonally appeared L. A. Kaercher, in the office of the Clerk of said Dis-twho, having been duly sworn accord- trict Court at the city of Ortonville. ling to law, deposes and says that e ccunty of Big Stone, and state of is the managing editor of the Orton- Minnesota, and to serv a copy of your ville Independent and that the follow- aswer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain- tiff in this action will, upon such fail- ure, take judgment against you for the amount demanded in said com- plaint, together with plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein. Dated Sep- tember 7, A. D. 1921. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney , Ortanville, Minn. i ink is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for te date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, em- bodied in sectio 443, postal laws and regulations, printed on the reverse of this form. to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher, Farmers' & Merchants' Printin$ Co., Ortonville, Minn.; Managing Editor and Business Manager, L. A. Kaer- cher, Ortonville, Minn. That the owners are: Farmers' & 00The man who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he needs both. The real starting point of any business is: The time at which one begins systematic saving. , If he begins right he oper:s a bank account and gradually builds up both h account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day. for starting a business of your own that much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account--the lump sum will be here and ready for you when you want it. First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA Titus Schau, Geo. Yust, Harry Mund- Tiler, C. E. Sigloh, Thomas F. Logan, all of Ortonville; Chas. Gau, Lottie Gau, of Graceville; O. E. Fosher, o Clinton; Ferd Zumach, of Minneapo- lis; S. H. Frizzell, Arvid L. Olson, Christian Torgerson, Otto Gutknecht, Ed. Gau, of Correll; August Krier, Phil Thomas, of Odessa; Fred Dittes, H. C. Streich. of Beardsley; John Swenson, of Lancaster; Geo. Gibson, Grace Kaercl)er, L. E. Lundgren, John F. Witte, C.'E. Wiley, and Emil Ost- lind, of Ortonville. (all in Minnesota). 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security hold- ers owning or holding 1 per cent or ,more of total amount of bonds, mort- gages, or other securities are: none. (Signed) L. A. KAERCHER. Sworn to and subscribed before me this fourteenth day of September, 1921. (Seal) R. C. Kaercher, notary public. Big Stone County, Minnesota. My i commission expires July 14, 1926. If its anything ',Mechanical" and you think it cannot be done take it to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in -mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. S. HALLS Ortonvflle "Come On Over to Our House-- Children playing on the floor, with no danger catching cold. Rest of the family comfortable part of the house what's more desirable these long winter evenings ? An lnTERnATIOMRL Onepipe Heater brings joy to the whole family. The whole house kept warm, so no need of hugging stoves. Only fire to tend--once or twice day--and no fuss, dirt er from fuel or ashes. This one scientific heater, the cellar, through its one pipe regtster delivers healthful heat where in the house. And it keeps cellar cool. Y'gu ought to have one; it costS m:re to run than several stoves. th big lnTeitnartonAI. Onepipe It is instructive interesting. J. D. ROSS & C Ortonville, Minn. A, toat Beautzfld Car Why They Choose the Paige Since the first of the year more than 25 per cent of our sales have replaced cars of much higher price. Bung hdbits have changed. Men who can afford five and six thousand dollar cars have developed a .canny shrewdness. They have learned that peak price no longer guarantees peak performance or maximum value. This conviction is brought home to them when they compare the Paige with the cars that carry the biggest prtce tags. Power, endurance, comfort, beauty and economy--in any and ever test the Paige 6-66 is triumphant. That is why discriminating buyers are choosing the Master of the Hghway as the greatest value on the market today. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, Michigan Manufactura of Motor Cara and Motor rruck, THE PARK GARAGE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA NEW PRICES OF PAIGE CARS Open Cars Glenbrook, 6.44, 5-Pass. Touring $1635 Leno 6-44, 3--Pass. Roadster - 1635 Ardmore, 6-44, 4-Pass. Sport L;ar 192 ' Lakewood, &66, 7-Pas. Touring 875 nt II, 6-66, ,$-.Pauenger 2975 Closed Cars Coupe, 6-44, 4-Passenger $2450 Sedan, 6-44, 5-Paaaenger - - - 2570 CoUpe, 6-66, 5-Passenger - - 3755 Sedan, 6-66, 7-Paasenger - - - 3830 Limousine, 6-66, 7-Passenger - 4030 All Prttc f.  b. Fctor, Tax P,a 7 _ n m PAGE 6 I  [. ' ] Twenty-five tuberbular ex-service i l American II patients of the Walker SanitorJum I had a good time at a picnic on Ten i "/A /I]LeiO Mile Lake last week. Members of ! ._____r__g__ i i!---_l .,h2 the American Legion Auxiliary of Walker and Pine River, assisted by Legionaires frgm these posts, pro- vided good things to eat and pleasant Yellow Medicine is the te t " " entertainment. While waiting for the sota county which in 1921 has set big feed, Legionaires and their sweet- THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Merchants' Printing Co., Jarnes Mc- Niff, John M. Kaercher, R. C. Kaer- i cher, Paul Dirnbauer, Orre Huizenga, Lemuel A. Kaercher, Win. Rudolph, A. S. Halls, Gustav Lindholm, Harry i Libby, Nels Lundberg, Ben LaCombe, David Lindholm, J. J. Dann, Ernest/ SUMMONS. District Court, Sixteenth Judicial " District. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone--ss. Farmers and Mer- chants State Bank of Con-ell, a cor- poration, plaintiff, against M. Fetch, Julia Ferch, Matilda Ferch, C. F. L. Brown, Simon A. Haugen, Alfred Mathison, A. C. Saeger, A. B. Kaer- Ferch, and Emma Ferch, defen- cher, Carl Hjelmeland, Walter Din- dants. The State of Minnesota to the above nell, Frank Harris, Albert H. Sturgis, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEP,, ! Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday WK00I aside one day of its annual fair as "American Legion Day" in honor of the boys who dig their bit in the la war. Yellow Medicine is doing even better; it is offering a $50 purse to the Legion post within fifty miles of Canby which has the largest propor- tion of its paid-up membership at the Yellow Medicine Comaty Fair on Le- gion Day. Other purses ranging from ten to fifty dollars will go to.the posts most ably perfoaning competitive drills, and to the winners of various Legion athletic contests, including a .Legion baseball game. September 16 is the big day, and posts at Madison Daweson, Ivanhce, Hendrieks, Minne- ota, Marshall, Porter, Clarkfield, Ar- co, Boyd, Clarissa, Hanley Falls, Mari- etta Cottonwood and Granite Falls are expected to compete. Posts from any Minnesota county or the adjoin- ing counties of South Dakota are eligible, provided they are within fifty miles of Canby, Minn. "'Here, I'll go your bond, buddy," said a big policeman to James Ander- zon of Nashville, Tennessee, "I wear -the srne button," pointing to the blue and gold emblem of the Ameri- can Legion in Anderson's coat lapel. Anderson had been arrested and was :facing detention in jail for violating a traffic ordinance. He was passing some unhappy moments when his po- liceman escort noticed his Legion but- ton. It developed that both men be- longed to the same Legion post. Appointment of a special commit- tee, the duty of which will be to re- port as to the advisability of the Le- gion to Minnesota establishing a Me- morial Hospital at Rochester, Minn., at an approximate cost of $250,000 in which sick and injured veterans of the -great war would be treated by the] Mayo brothers and other eminent phy- I icians at slight cost, was directed by 1 the Minnesota Legion State Execu- 1 tire Committee at its recent meeting.] Another special committee was P.amed to arrange for the special train ,hich will take Legionaires and Aux- iliary members to the Legion Nation- al convention at Kan.as City. This is to invite Legion delegations from North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, and Washington to accompany the Minne. sota delegation which will be led by its official department band of fifty- six pieces from the David Wisted Post of Duluth Certain Minnesota cemetery asso- ciations having refused to allow the erection of the marbel headstones urnishe(I by the government for the gravee of great war veterans, on the grounds that they qaickly deteriorate and decay, the state executive cam- mittee instructed department head- quarters to urge Congress to make sufficient appropriation to provide the most durable headstones obtainable for the graves of those who died for their country. No alternate national committee- man having been elected at the Wi- J nona convention, the executive com- mittee named Elmer McDevitt of Du- luth to fill that position. The com- mittee confirmed the action of the de- partment commander in naming Staf- ford King of St. Paul department ad- jutant, tt reelected Ra)mond Tea- mnt of St. Paul as department treas- urer. The following standing com- mittee for 1921-22 were organized: Finance, Legislation, American?sin, Educatio. Athletics, Post Activites, Sick and Disabled, and Women's Aux- iliary. The tate executive committee in- structed the Women's Auxiliary Con- tact committee to co-ordinate the work of the Legion and its Auxiliary that each will be the greatest pos- sible assistance to the other. Every effort is to be made to secure the or- ganization of an Auxiliary unit to every Legion post in Minnesota. More than 230 units have now been form- ed. Tea or more mothers, wives, sis- ters or daughters of paid-up Legion- aires may apply for an amdliary unit claarter to any Legion post. Blanks and instructions may be secured from State Secretary Blanche W. Scailen, 900 Plymouth Building, Minneapolis. Mrs. Sandy Hsenilton, "The Fairy Godmother of the Dibbled Soldiers," is Minnesota State President of the Legion Auxiliary and can be reached at same address. THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1 Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms st-- $1.,50 to $2.00--Without Bath $2.00 to $5.e0---With Bath ,, , ,  , With Moderate Priced --care-- hearts sang the old camp harmonies, named Defendants: It was a tired but happy crowd which started for home. To five bed-ridden boys who could not attend, a little remembrance consisting of two cakes, a basket of fruit, and a big bouquet af flowers, was sent. Recently the Willmar Journal con- tained an item to the effect that the Wilimar American Legion Auxiliary had held a "coffee" which had net- ted the society $125. The St. Paul Pioneer Press, referring to this, re- marks: "Ever hear of 'booze' yield- ing anything for a good cause?" Buy a ticket to the American Le- State Commander A. A. Van Dyke spoke at the Todd County Fair, Long Prairie, on August 26, addressed Wa- dena county Legionaires at Perham August 27, had a good time with Dis- trict Legionaires at Farmington Au- gust 28, and in the middle of the af- ternoon left by airplane for Rich: ville, Minn., to take part in laying the cornerstone of a monument in honor of Ottertail county buddies who gave their lives in the great war. The flight, a distance of two hundred miles, was made in two hours arid was described by Commander Van Dyke as the nmst enjoyable trip he I has ewer had. In answer to the inquiries of many l " * " e Minnesota Legmn posts whmh ar I honoring their dead comrades by pro-I viding funerals, Legion National Headquarters-has informed Minneso- ta Department officers that when the Legion flag is carried at a military funeral it should be to the left of the National colors, both flags being un- furled, weather permitting, with crepe hanging from the peak of each. --Fresh SpanLh Salted Peanuts, 8 I ounces for 10c. Tyler's Variety Store. NO HWED. t Notice is hereby given that rio hunt- t ing will be allowed on my premises, namely, the southwest quarter of Sec- You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and" required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint has been filed in the office of the Clerk of said District Court in the city of Or- tonville, county of Big Stone, and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said com- plaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, Minnesota, within twen- ty days after service of this sum- mons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this acton will, upon such filure, take judgment against you for the amount demanded in said complaint .together with plaintiff's costs and disburse- ments herein. Dated September 14, A. D. 1921. A." B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First Pub. Sept. 8. 3w Citation for Hearing and Petition for Administration. Estate of Frederick C. Wiley. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone--ss. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Frede- rick C. Wiley, Decedent. The state of Minnesota, to Rosaline Wiley, Clarence E. Wiley, and all per- sons interested in the granting of ad- ministration of the estate of said de- cedent: The petition of Clarence E. Wiley having been filed in this court, l;epresenting that Frederick C. Wiley, then a resident of the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 4th day of August, 1921, and praying that letters of adminis- tration of his estate be granted to Clarence E. Wiley and the Court, hav- ing fixed the time and place for hear- ing said petition: Therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and re- quired to show cause, if any you have, before this Court at the Probate Court rooms in'the courthouse, in the city f Ortonville in the county of Big tone, state of Minnesota, on the 19th day of September, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said Court, tion 5, and the northwest quarter of and the seal of said Court, this 23rd Seciton 8, township 122. range 46. day of August, 1921. John Larson, R. 1, Ortonville Minn. R.B. HUDSON, (Seal) Judge o.f Probate. e!A. B. KAERCHER, LEGAL NOTICES  Attorney for Petitioner. First Pub. Aug. 25, 3w SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA,County of Big Stone--ss. District Court, Six- teenth Judicial District. T. F. Ner- enz, plaintiff, against William Hei- decker, defendant. The State of Minnesota to the above named de- fendant: First Pub. Sept. 15, 3w} The Ortonville Independent plab,[ lished weekly at Ortonville, Minnes6ta, ] for October 1, 1921. State of Minne- I sota, county of Big Stone---ss. ] Statement of the Ownership, Circula-' [ tion, etc., Required By the Act You are hereby summoned and re- of Congress of Aug. 24, 1912. quired to answer Xhe complaint of Before me, a notary public in and the plaintiff in the above entitled ac-i for the state and county aforesaid, tion, which complaint has been filed lpersonally appeared L. A. Kaercher, in the office of the Clerk of said Dis-twho, having been duly sworn accord- trict Court at the city of Ortonville. ling to law, deposes and says that e ccunty of Big Stone, and state of is the managing editor of the Orton- Minnesota, and to serv a copy of your ville Independent and that the follow- aswer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain- tiff in this action will, upon such fail- ure, take judgment against you for the amount demanded in said com- plaint, together with plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein. Dated Sep- tember 7, A. D. 1921. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney , Ortanville, Minn. i ink is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for te date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, em- bodied in sectio 443, postal laws and regulations, printed on the reverse of this form. to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher, Farmers' & Merchants' Printin$ Co., Ortonville, Minn.; Managing Editor and Business Manager, L. A. Kaer- cher, Ortonville, Minn. That the owners are: Farmers' & 00The man who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he needs both. The real starting point of any business is: The time at which one begins systematic saving. , If he begins right he oper:s a bank account and gradually builds up both h account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day. for starting a business of your own that much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account--the lump sum will be here and ready for you when you want it. First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA Titus Schau, Geo. Yust, Harry Mund- Tiler, C. E. Sigloh, Thomas F. Logan, all of Ortonville; Chas. Gau, Lottie Gau, of Graceville; O. E. Fosher, o Clinton; Ferd Zumach, of Minneapo- lis; S. H. Frizzell, Arvid L. Olson, Christian Torgerson, Otto Gutknecht, Ed. Gau, of Correll; August Krier, Phil Thomas, of Odessa; Fred Dittes, H. C. Streich. of Beardsley; John Swenson, of Lancaster; Geo. Gibson, Grace Kaercl)er, L. E. Lundgren, John F. Witte, C.'E. Wiley, and Emil Ost- lind, of Ortonville. (all in Minnesota). 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security hold- ers owning or holding 1 per cent or ,more of total amount of bonds, mort- gages, or other securities are: none. (Signed) L. A. KAERCHER. Sworn to and subscribed before me this fourteenth day of September, 1921. (Seal) R. C. Kaercher, notary public. Big Stone County, Minnesota. My i commission expires July 14, 1926. If its anything ',Mechanical" and you think it cannot be done take it to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in -mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. S. HALLS Ortonvflle "Come On Over to Our House-- Children playing on the floor, with no danger catching cold. Rest of the family comfortable part of the house what's more desirable these long winter evenings ? An lnTERnATIOMRL Onepipe Heater brings joy to the whole family. The whole house kept warm, so no need of hugging stoves. Only fire to tend--once or twice day--and no fuss, dirt er from fuel or ashes. This one scientific heater, the cellar, through its one pipe regtster delivers healthful heat where in the house. And it keeps cellar cool. Y'gu ought to have one; it costS m:re to run than several stoves. th big lnTeitnartonAI. Onepipe It is instructive interesting. J. D. ROSS & C Ortonville, Minn. A, toat Beautzfld Car Why They Choose the Paige Since the first of the year more than 25 per cent of our sales have replaced cars of much higher price. Bung hdbits have changed. Men who can afford five and six thousand dollar cars have developed a .canny shrewdness. They have learned that peak price no longer guarantees peak performance or maximum value. This conviction is brought home to them when they compare the Paige with the cars that carry the biggest prtce tags. Power, endurance, comfort, beauty and economy--in any and ever test the Paige 6-66 is triumphant. That is why discriminating buyers are choosing the Master of the Hghway as the greatest value on the market today. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, Michigan Manufactura of Motor Cara and Motor rruck, THE PARK GARAGE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA NEW PRICES OF PAIGE CARS Open Cars Glenbrook, 6.44, 5-Pass. Touring $1635 Leno 6-44, 3--Pass. Roadster - 1635 Ardmore, 6-44, 4-Pass. Sport L;ar 192 ' Lakewood, &66, 7-Pas. Touring 875 nt II, 6-66, ,$-.Pauenger 2975 Closed Cars Coupe, 6-44, 4-Passenger $2450 Sedan, 6-44, 5-Paaaenger - - - 2570 CoUpe, 6-66, 5-Passenger - - 3755 Sedan, 6-66, 7-Paasenger - - - 3830 Limousine, 6-66, 7-Passenger - 4030 All Prttc f.  b. Fctor, Tax P,a 7 _ n m PAGE 6 Yellow Medlei is the tenth Mir- sota unty wkleh ha 121 h set aside one day of iLs nl fair "Amerman Legi Day" ia hor of the boy who dJd their bit in the late w. yellow Medici is domg en hotter: it is offering a $59 p to the Legion poBt witmn flfW ml o Canby which has tl largest ppo *ion of it paid-up mombeM9 at the Yellow Mediemo Com=ty FsJr on Le- gdon Day, Other purses ranging from ten to fifty dollars will go tthe posta most ably perforating mltitive drills, and to the winns of vmio don athletic contests, including a egion baball game. September 16 is the big day, =ad posta at Mhson Dawson, Ivhe, Hendrieks,  eta, Marshall, porter, Clarkfleld, &r- <o, Boyd, Clafissa, Hey FalIs, Mi- etta Cottonwood and Gratdte Falls expected to compete. Posts from y MinmJsota uty  the adjoin- ing unties of Sth kota are ei#ble, pvided they are witmu fifty miles of Canby, Mir0L "Here, I'll go your bond, buddy," said a big pol to Ja Ande on of Nhvle, Tennessee, "1 ar .the sze button," polnting to the blue and gold emblem of the Ami- can Legion i Anderson' eoat lapel. Andern hl been arrested d was aing detent;on in Jail for violating a trams ordinanee. He w psing aeme tmhappy moments when his p ]iceman ert notid his Legion bu n It de.loped that both man he. longed to the me Legion pom THE ORTONVILLI INDEPENDENT I I Twenty-ve tuherhulr eer'Ae SUMMONS Mehts' Printing Ce e M ptiet of th Walker Sater Dttn Co Sieeath Jcal ff John  Kehe, R C Ker I d a  te at a eve on Tn  L%trt ehe Pu D,baer Oe lluenga, a goo , p ef Leue  Kaehe Wm Rudop ble Lake a t eek Members f TAT OF MINNESOTA, Coty A S Ha    " er  s Gusta Ldhom Har the Amer,e Lennn AnxJsry of g Stone-- Fes d M L b Ne  Lndber Ben LaCembe Walker d P e Rver std by ehantsState Bankof Celll, aeor- .Y, . m ..... Da d LI dh J 1 D E Aded good thin to eat and pleant , , ,  " Mathis o A C Sg A B Kr en*ortam merit. While waitmg for tht dant Fereh' nnd Jmma F erch, de an- n, , er, , . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, big hearts sg the old mp harraoaieK It was a tied but happy ewd which you. and each of you, a he.by started for hom To summoned d quired to answer the boys who could not attend, a httl cemplamr oz u membra nsistlng of two cak entitled aeton, which mptint has a basket of fret, d a big bouql a the efce of the Clerk of af flowers, w nt d Dmtrt Court in the ty of Or- tonvlle, county cf Big Stone, and -- +tare of Mieota and to ve a Recently the Willm the  d m- tined an item to the effect the sub.tiber, at h om Willmar Am#ean Legion Ailia of Ortonville, in the county had held a "eoff" which had ted the hty $125. The S Past loneer Pre, ferng to this, re- marks: "Ever Iar of 'boo' yield- and if you ing ythlng for a good ae?" Buy a ticket to the time sfosad, the aou will, upon -- * n " o spoke at the Todd Cowry Fair, Long with plaintiffs sts and isbue- Prairie, on Augmst 26, addssed Wa- manta herein. Dated ptemher 14, dens county I.gionalr at Perham August 27, had a good time with Dis-] A,.B: KAERCHEE, Flmntaff's Attoy, triet Legiires at Faingtn Au- v'lle Minn gels 28 and n the middle nf the af- e t Often i , + , . R e FIr Pub+ S .. ville, Minn., to take part in laying Citati f Hearing and I tempe left by airplane fo t h l- ____- the erstone of a men--ant in, for Administration hor of Otrtall county buddie who l Estate ot Frederick C. WBey. gave their lives in the gat wr. The flight, a distance of two hdred Big Stss. In Probate mil, w lde in two hou and In the mtterof the estate of Frede w described by Come.tier Van rick C. Wiley. Deceden Dyke  the st enjoyable trip he The state of Minnesota, to Rosallne wiley, has ver led granting o In answer to the inquiries of my eion of clarence E. Minnesota Legion postswhich a n filed in this court, honoring Frederick C+ Wiley, riding unerals, Legion char. Cl Hjelmeland, The State of Miesota to the above nell Frank Harris, Albert H, Sturgis wrier. C. E. Sigieh, Thomas F all of Orton.dlle; Ch Gau, Gau, of Graeelle; O. E. Clinton; Ferd Zumh, ef Minnpo- lis; . H. Fnzzet, Arid L. Olson, Christian Torge,on, Otto Guttmecht, E& Gas, of Cecil; August Krer, Phil Thomas, of Odessa; Fred Dittes, H. C. Stleb of Berdstey; John Swevon, of LMeter; G. Gibson, Grace Kreller. L E. Lundgren, John F. Witte, C.'E. Wiley d Emil Ost- lind, of Ortonlle (all in Minnesota). 8. That the kno bondholders, mortgag, and other security hold- holding (Sgned) L. A KAERCHE this fourteenth day ef September, 1921. (St) R. C Kaeher, notary public Big Stone County, Minneta, My " expi July 14, 1926. If its anything ',Mechanical" and you think it cannot be done-- take ,it Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday "Come On Over to Our House-- W' Free mad Warml" Children playing on the floor, with no danger catchingcoid. Rester the famii3 part of the house--what's more these long winter evenings ? Aa I nTERnAlrlOnA L Onepipe Heater brings joy to the whoe family. kept warm, so no need of hugging stoves. Only ot fire to tend--once or twice Appointment of a special commit Headquarte has infoed Stone, state of Minnesota, tee, the duty of which will he to port as to the advisabiti W of thn Le- gion to Minnesota establishing a M morlal Rospital at Rochester, lKnn., at an approximate cost of $20,000 in which lek and inured veterans nfthe *great war would be tatt by the Mayo bthe d other eminent phy- selans  slight oust, was dted by ta Department otfiee that when the l of August, 192l, Lgion flag s e[15ed at a militaryland praying thel ft fth ' n of hs ate be granted to fural ,t should be to e n e  o , , National colors, both flags ben -g an- igClarenfixed E.theW]leYme andad the Court, hay fu ed weather grnutt ng w tn crepe ' ' I mg said pttt,on: The hangl]lg from the peak ef each I each of yea, are beret Fresh Spanih Salted Peanuts, 8 ounces for 10e Tyler's Vaety Store in'the courthouse, in the city the Minnesota Legion sf Ortonville in the county of Big aive C,,mmltee at its tcent meting. NO HUNTING ALLOWED tone, state of Minnesota on the 19th --- Nnteeishe e ygven ha ol ay of Septcmber,]92t, at 10 o'clock nother special committee wa ig will be allowed on my p#emises . m, why ald petition shnuld not be amed to arrange for the special train namely, the  uthwest quarter of Sac- grand. f W hess, he Judge of sad CeUlt xvhieh will take Legionaires and Aux- t n 5 a d the north e t quarter e ' ]o , n w s 4 I and the seal of stud Court, th,s 23rd liary members to the Legion Nation- See ton 8 ownshlp 122 ra go , ,. n day of August, 921. al eonventlnn at Ka City. This John Lan, R 1, Ortonvfle Men [ R. B, RUDSO, is to invite Legion delegations from -- (Seal) Judge cd Probate. North Dakota, Montla, Idaho, RDd -- "  A. B KAERCHER. l LEGAL NOTICES [! Aortle for Petit+ ..... Washington to acmpalw tile Mfn. st,is delegation, which wilt be led by &--O4 Fh'st Pub. Aug. 25, 3w ts uracil department band of fifty- SUMMONS I--- First Pub, Sept+ 16, ix pis from the David Witcd Post gTATEBg St %ne7s OF MINN ESOqA D. mtl.Je t Court,C untYsx_Of I lished weekly ag" Oronvie M nne Pafft of Duluth, . . , o . The OrtanIle Ide endent p u+ tntn uaemt LSt   er-/ ! , for OctOber , 921 State nf M nne+ - Certai n Minneta cemetery as- enz plamtlff agalkt Wllh He-[ t f Bi tens dee:er defendant The Sac of ta,eoyo g "+ eiations haSng relied to allow the Mmnot a. to he above named e- Statement of the Ownershlp, Clu a- eration of the marbel headstane fender: l ties. eta,, Requied By the Act urnished by the glovernment for the you are hereby summoned and le+, of Cgr of Aug. 24. 191. grav of great w raters.  the sired to answer the mplint oil Before me, a notary pubhc i d rouBds that they qxuekl deteriorate te p a ntff a the above ent t ed -: for the state d county .afores,d ad dy. the state exutive corn tion, which corn iaint hq been filed pemonall' appeared L A, rener nittee instcted departanent head- n he office ef e Clerk of maid Dis. lvho, hnng bn duly swo eord ouarte to urge Congm to make tie Court at the city of Ortonvitle leg to law. deposes and sayz that ]/e officient apppriation to provide th ccun y of B g Stone, and ate o :is the managing editor of the Orton- M nnesota, and o sere a copy of ynur ! vflle Independent and that the follow- most durable headstone obtain*hie answer to the said molaint on thelin is, to the best of hJ knowlgo fnr the raves of those who died fm sub8eriher ' at his office n the city ofla belief, a rae tat+mt of the their untry+ Olonville, in the county of Big Stone, I omership, management, ere., of the ithln twenty days after J of!sfnlsald pblieation fer he date No al.rnate national commlttes. his smons upon you, exclusive of shown in the above caption, required m havh been elected at the Wb he day of such rvi, and if you by the Act of August 24 1912, - nnna onntio, the extive om [all to swer the said complaint bodied in sectlnff448, postal laws and within the ti afnsaid, the plain- gulatio, printed mt the verse of action will, upon such fail- this form, to wit: luth te tiff that pesit+nn. The eom- laittee nfirmed the action of the de- u, take judgment against you for 1. That the nm and ldresses of partment commander in namlng Staf- the amount demanded in said eom- the publfsher, editor, maging editor, plaint, togethel, with plaintiff' sts d business magers are: Publisher, ford King of St. Pau department ad ep. Farmers' & Me.hunts' Printin Co+, jutanL It teltd RaDmond tember 7, A, D. 1921. Oltonville, Mine; Managing ditor and Business Manager, L, A. Fer- char, Ortonville, Minm ant of St. mar. The following standing m mtto for 1021-22 were organLd: Finance, Legslatlon, Ameriesm, Edutlo,. Athletes, Pt Acv[tes, Sick and [bled, illary. e stae extive eoitee n- cted the Women's Auxiliary Con- taet mmitee to e0-ordnate the work of the Legion d its Auxiliary that each will be the greatest pos- sible ismn to tha other. Every efort is to be made to ganizatlon of an Auxiliary unit to every Leginn post in Minnesota. Mo aan 23O milts have ed, Tea or  mothers, wis, sls- tare or dsughtem of lid-up Legion- als y apply for an aUdary unf arter to any Legion post State Sea.tory Blee W. Sealleu, +9OO PIvmouth Beildln, irmeapolis. Mr Snarly Hwnatoa, "The Fairy Gomother of tim Disabled Soldiers," Minneta State Psdent of the Legi Auxillary d can be reached ; se addre,L THE WEST HOTEL Mianea poli. Min Following the downward tnd in prs s n ffer ing rom at--- $1+50 to $2.00Wlthout Bat .00 to $&S0--With Bath With Moderate Priced --43aft-- A, B+ KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn That the oers are: Pame' k Theman who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he needs both. The real starting point of any business is: The time at which one begins systematic saving. If he begins right he open a bank account and gradually builds up both h account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day for starting a business of your own that much near- er. Open anaccount with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account--the lump sum will be here and ready for you when you want it. First National I to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in -mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. A. S. HALLS day--and no film er from fuel or asbe+ This one sientic heater, placl ! the ceLlar, through its one pipe register delivem hlthful heat where in the house. And it kee "Yu ght to have one; mre to n than several stoves. th big It i iaiLmcdve, interesting. J. D. ROSS Or tonviUe, Minn. Why They Choose the Paige Since the first of the year more than 25 per cent of our sales have replaced cars of much higher price. Buing hxtbits have changed. Men who can afford five andsix thousand dollar cars have developed a canny shrewdness. They have learned that peak price no longer guarantees peak performance or maximum value. This conviction is brought home to them when they compare the Paige with the cars that carry the biggest price tags. Power, endurance, comfort, beauty and economy--in any and every test the Pai ge 6-66 is " triumphant. That is why discriminating Ouyers are choosg the Master of the Highway as the.greatest value on the market today. pAIGE.DETRO1T MOTOR CAR co., DETROIT. Michigan THE PARK GARAGE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA NEW PRIOS OF pAIGE CARS 02n Cars Closed Cars lenhook, t4, -1 Tourtn4g $135 Cop, b4. 4-pasttmlg . . . $2450 Lao +44, 3-Pa, Run.tier . 635 Pd, i4, 5-png . . 570 Arctrmwe, e44, 4-P. s Car 1975 ' Cupe, 66, 5-paang * . 37aS Latkcvtood. fi-4, 7.p.  2875 Sed, b-66, 7-Pg . * 3830 t II, 6-66, -laallll 2975 Liraou*i, 6-6, 7.pag 4030 PAGE 6 I  [. ' ] Twenty-five tuberbular ex-service i l American II patients of the Walker SanitorJum I had a good time at a picnic on Ten i "/A /I]LeiO Mile Lake last week. Members of ! ._____r__g__ i i!---_l .,h2 the American Legion Auxiliary of Walker and Pine River, assisted by Legionaires frgm these posts, pro- vided good things to eat and pleasant Yellow Medicine is the te t " " entertainment. While waiting for the sota county which in 1921 has set big feed, Legionaires and their sweet- THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Merchants' Printing Co., Jarnes Mc- Niff, John M. Kaercher, R. C. Kaer- i cher, Paul Dirnbauer, Orre Huizenga, Lemuel A. Kaercher, Win. Rudolph, A. S. Halls, Gustav Lindholm, Harry i Libby, Nels Lundberg, Ben LaCombe, David Lindholm, J. J. Dann, Ernest/ SUMMONS. District Court, Sixteenth Judicial " District. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone--ss. Farmers and Mer- chants State Bank of Con-ell, a cor- poration, plaintiff, against M. Fetch, Julia Ferch, Matilda Ferch, C. F. L. Brown, Simon A. Haugen, Alfred Mathison, A. C. Saeger, A. B. Kaer- Ferch, and Emma Ferch, defen- cher, Carl Hjelmeland, Walter Din- dants. The State of Minnesota to the above nell, Frank Harris, Albert H. Sturgis, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBEP,, ! Be Photographed This Year on Your Birthday WK00I aside one day of its annual fair as "American Legion Day" in honor of the boys who dig their bit in the la war. Yellow Medicine is doing even better; it is offering a $50 purse to the Legion post within fifty miles of Canby which has the largest propor- tion of its paid-up membership at the Yellow Medicine Comaty Fair on Le- gion Day. Other purses ranging from ten to fifty dollars will go to.the posts most ably perfoaning competitive drills, and to the winners of various Legion athletic contests, including a .Legion baseball game. September 16 is the big day, and posts at Madison Daweson, Ivanhce, Hendrieks, Minne- ota, Marshall, Porter, Clarkfield, Ar- co, Boyd, Clarissa, Hanley Falls, Mari- etta Cottonwood and Granite Falls are expected to compete. Posts from any Minnesota county or the adjoin- ing counties of South Dakota are eligible, provided they are within fifty miles of Canby, Minn. "'Here, I'll go your bond, buddy," said a big policeman to James Ander- zon of Nashville, Tennessee, "I wear -the srne button," pointing to the blue and gold emblem of the Ameri- can Legion in Anderson's coat lapel. Anderson had been arrested and was :facing detention in jail for violating a traffic ordinance. He was passing some unhappy moments when his po- liceman escort noticed his Legion but- ton. It developed that both men be- longed to the same Legion post. Appointment of a special commit- tee, the duty of which will be to re- port as to the advisability of the Le- gion to Minnesota establishing a Me- morial Hospital at Rochester, Minn., at an approximate cost of $250,000 in which sick and injured veterans of the -great war would be treated by the] Mayo brothers and other eminent phy- I icians at slight cost, was directed by 1 the Minnesota Legion State Execu- 1 tire Committee at its recent meeting.] Another special committee was P.amed to arrange for the special train ,hich will take Legionaires and Aux- iliary members to the Legion Nation- al convention at Kan.as City. This is to invite Legion delegations from North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, and Washington to accompany the Minne. sota delegation which will be led by its official department band of fifty- six pieces from the David Wisted Post of Duluth Certain Minnesota cemetery asso- ciations having refused to allow the erection of the marbel headstones urnishe(I by the government for the gravee of great war veterans, on the grounds that they qaickly deteriorate and decay, the state executive cam- mittee instructed department head- quarters to urge Congress to make sufficient appropriation to provide the most durable headstones obtainable for the graves of those who died for their country. No alternate national committee- man having been elected at the Wi- J nona convention, the executive com- mittee named Elmer McDevitt of Du- luth to fill that position. The com- mittee confirmed the action of the de- partment commander in naming Staf- ford King of St. Paul department ad- jutant, tt reelected Ra)mond Tea- mnt of St. Paul as department treas- urer. The following standing com- mittee for 1921-22 were organized: Finance, Legislation, American?sin, Educatio. Athletics, Post Activites, Sick and Disabled, and Women's Aux- iliary. The tate executive committee in- structed the Women's Auxiliary Con- tact committee to co-ordinate the work of the Legion and its Auxiliary that each will be the greatest pos- sible assistance to the other. Every effort is to be made to secure the or- ganization of an Auxiliary unit to every Legion post in Minnesota. More than 230 units have now been form- ed. Tea or more mothers, wives, sis- ters or daughters of paid-up Legion- aires may apply for an amdliary unit claarter to any Legion post. Blanks and instructions may be secured from State Secretary Blanche W. Scailen, 900 Plymouth Building, Minneapolis. Mrs. Sandy Hsenilton, "The Fairy Godmother of the Dibbled Soldiers," is Minnesota State President of the Legion Auxiliary and can be reached at same address. THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. 1 Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms st-- $1.,50 to $2.00--Without Bath $2.00 to $5.e0---With Bath ,, , ,  , With Moderate Priced --care-- hearts sang the old camp harmonies, named Defendants: It was a tired but happy crowd which started for home. To five bed-ridden boys who could not attend, a little remembrance consisting of two cakes, a basket of fruit, and a big bouquet af flowers, was sent. Recently the Willmar Journal con- tained an item to the effect that the Wilimar American Legion Auxiliary had held a "coffee" which had net- ted the society $125. The St. Paul Pioneer Press, referring to this, re- marks: "Ever hear of 'booze' yield- ing anything for a good cause?" Buy a ticket to the American Le- State Commander A. A. Van Dyke spoke at the Todd County Fair, Long Prairie, on August 26, addressed Wa- dena county Legionaires at Perham August 27, had a good time with Dis- trict Legionaires at Farmington Au- gust 28, and in the middle of the af- ternoon left by airplane for Rich: ville, Minn., to take part in laying the cornerstone of a monument in honor of Ottertail county buddies who gave their lives in the great war. The flight, a distance of two hundred miles, was made in two hours arid was described by Commander Van Dyke as the nmst enjoyable trip he I has ewer had. In answer to the inquiries of many l " * " e Minnesota Legmn posts whmh ar I honoring their dead comrades by pro-I viding funerals, Legion National Headquarters-has informed Minneso- ta Department officers that when the Legion flag is carried at a military funeral it should be to the left of the National colors, both flags being un- furled, weather permitting, with crepe hanging from the peak of each. --Fresh SpanLh Salted Peanuts, 8 I ounces for 10c. Tyler's Variety Store. NO HWED. t Notice is hereby given that rio hunt- t ing will be allowed on my premises, namely, the southwest quarter of Sec- You, and each of you, are hereby summoned and" required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled action, which complaint has been filed in the office of the Clerk of said District Court in the city of Or- tonville, county of Big Stone, and state of Minnesota, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said com- plaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, Minnesota, within twen- ty days after service of this sum- mons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this acton will, upon such filure, take judgment against you for the amount demanded in said complaint .together with plaintiff's costs and disburse- ments herein. Dated September 14, A. D. 1921. A." B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First Pub. Sept. 8. 3w Citation for Hearing and Petition for Administration. Estate of Frederick C. Wiley. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone--ss. In Probate Court. In the matter of the estate of Frede- rick C. Wiley, Decedent. The state of Minnesota, to Rosaline Wiley, Clarence E. Wiley, and all per- sons interested in the granting of ad- ministration of the estate of said de- cedent: The petition of Clarence E. Wiley having been filed in this court, l;epresenting that Frederick C. Wiley, then a resident of the county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, died inte- state on the 4th day of August, 1921, and praying that letters of adminis- tration of his estate be granted to Clarence E. Wiley and the Court, hav- ing fixed the time and place for hear- ing said petition: Therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and re- quired to show cause, if any you have, before this Court at the Probate Court rooms in'the courthouse, in the city f Ortonville in the county of Big tone, state of Minnesota, on the 19th day of September, 1921, at 10 o'clock a. m., why said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said Court, tion 5, and the northwest quarter of and the seal of said Court, this 23rd Seciton 8, township 122. range 46. day of August, 1921. John Larson, R. 1, Ortonville Minn. R.B. HUDSON, (Seal) Judge o.f Probate. e!A. B. KAERCHER, LEGAL NOTICES  Attorney for Petitioner. First Pub. Aug. 25, 3w SUMMONS. STATE OF MINNESOTA,County of Big Stone--ss. District Court, Six- teenth Judicial District. T. F. Ner- enz, plaintiff, against William Hei- decker, defendant. The State of Minnesota to the above named de- fendant: First Pub. Sept. 15, 3w} The Ortonville Independent plab,[ lished weekly at Ortonville, Minnes6ta, ] for October 1, 1921. State of Minne- I sota, county of Big Stone---ss. ] Statement of the Ownership, Circula-' [ tion, etc., Required By the Act You are hereby summoned and re- of Congress of Aug. 24, 1912. quired to answer Xhe complaint of Before me, a notary public in and the plaintiff in the above entitled ac-i for the state and county aforesaid, tion, which complaint has been filed lpersonally appeared L. A. Kaercher, in the office of the Clerk of said Dis-twho, having been duly sworn accord- trict Court at the city of Ortonville. ling to law, deposes and says that e ccunty of Big Stone, and state of is the managing editor of the Orton- Minnesota, and to serv a copy of your ville Independent and that the follow- aswer to the said complaint on the subscriber, at his office in the city of Ortonville, in the county of Big Stone, within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plain- tiff in this action will, upon such fail- ure, take judgment against you for the amount demanded in said com- plaint, together with plaintiff's costs and disbursements herein. Dated Sep- tember 7, A. D. 1921. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney , Ortanville, Minn. i ink is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for te date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, em- bodied in sectio 443, postal laws and regulations, printed on the reverse of this form. to wit: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers are: Publisher, Farmers' & Merchants' Printin$ Co., Ortonville, Minn.; Managing Editor and Business Manager, L. A. Kaer- cher, Ortonville, Minn. That the owners are: Farmers' & 00The man who starts in business today must have money or credit--to be successful he needs both. The real starting point of any business is: The time at which one begins systematic saving. , If he begins right he oper:s a bank account and gradually builds up both h account and his credit. If you begin now it will bring your day. for starting a business of your own that much near- er. Open an account with us today--one dollar or more will do--whenever you can spare a dol- lar add it to your account--the lump sum will be here and ready for you when you want it. First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA Titus Schau, Geo. Yust, Harry Mund- Tiler, C. E. Sigloh, Thomas F. Logan, all of Ortonville; Chas. Gau, Lottie Gau, of Graceville; O. E. Fosher, o Clinton; Ferd Zumach, of Minneapo- lis; S. H. Frizzell, Arvid L. Olson, Christian Torgerson, Otto Gutknecht, Ed. Gau, of Correll; August Krier, Phil Thomas, of Odessa; Fred Dittes, H. C. Streich. of Beardsley; John Swenson, of Lancaster; Geo. Gibson, Grace Kaercl)er, L. E. Lundgren, John F. Witte, C.'E. Wiley, and Emil Ost- lind, of Ortonville. (all in Minnesota). 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees, and other security hold- ers owning or holding 1 per cent or ,more of total amount of bonds, mort- gages, or other securities are: none. (Signed) L. A. KAERCHER. Sworn to and subscribed before me this fourteenth day of September, 1921. (Seal) R. C. Kaercher, notary public. Big Stone County, Minnesota. My i commission expires July 14, 1926. If its anything ',Mechanical" and you think it cannot be done take it to Hall's No shop in this sec- tion so complete in -mechanical equip- ment or manned by more expert mechan- ics. S. HALLS Ortonvflle "Come On Over to Our House-- Children playing on the floor, with no danger catching cold. Rest of the family comfortable part of the house what's more desirable these long winter evenings ? An lnTERnATIOMRL Onepipe Heater brings joy to the whole family. The whole house kept warm, so no need of hugging stoves. Only fire to tend--once or twice day--and no fuss, dirt er from fuel or ashes. This one scientific heater, the cellar, through its one pipe regtster delivers healthful heat where in the house. And it keeps cellar cool. Y'gu ought to have one; it costS m:re to run than several stoves. th big lnTeitnartonAI. Onepipe It is instructive interesting. J. D. ROSS & C Ortonville, Minn. A, toat Beautzfld Car Why They Choose the Paige Since the first of the year more than 25 per cent of our sales have replaced cars of much higher price. Bung hdbits have changed. Men who can afford five and six thousand dollar cars have developed a .canny shrewdness. They have learned that peak price no longer guarantees peak performance or maximum value. This conviction is brought home to them when they compare the Paige with the cars that carry the biggest prtce tags. Power, endurance, comfort, beauty and economy--in any and ever test the Paige 6-66 is triumphant. That is why discriminating buyers are choosing the Master of the Hghway as the greatest value on the market today. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR CO., DETROIT, Michigan Manufactura of Motor Cara and Motor rruck, THE PARK GARAGE ORTONVILLE, MINNESOTA NEW PRICES OF PAIGE CARS Open Cars Glenbrook, 6.44, 5-Pass. Touring $1635 Leno 6-44, 3--Pass. Roadster - 1635 Ardmore, 6-44, 4-Pass. Sport L;ar 192 ' Lakewood, &66, 7-Pas. Touring 875 nt II, 6-66, ,$-.Pauenger 2975 Closed Cars Coupe, 6-44, 4-Passenger $2450 Sedan, 6-44, 5-Paaaenger - - - 2570 CoUpe, 6-66, 5-Passenger - - 3755 Sedan, 6-66, 7-Paasenger - - - 3830 Limousine, 6-66, 7-Passenger - 4030 All Prttc f.  b. Fctor, Tax P,a 7 _ n m