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PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, .- t t t* t WANTED :D0 RENT--At once, Five] or six room house. Call 196. 17-tf REN'l--i:ither one or two---- -- - roomsl in m.odern house. Good[ location. I For particulars, phone 163. "19-2 FOR RENT--Four room house for 1 rent. Located along Lakeshore. For[ particularsphone 4. . _ *19-2 FOR RENT- Two rooms in w, odern 1 home. Phone 84-J. "19J ROOM FOR RENT--Nice room for one or two persons. :Inquil:e of The Ortonville Independent. *lP-tf W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf HEMSTI TCH1NCr--Henstitehing, 10c per yard. Mrs. E. Damon, Monte- video, Minn. 17-2 HEM STITCHING--1 have moved in- to the Cliff residence, one-half block east of Gunderson's Drug Store and one-half block south, on 3rd S.. Hemstitching, 10 and 15c per yard. Also ready to do epair work on atl makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines. For hem stitching and repair work call k. A. L. Waddans. 5-tf-c. FOR SALELibrary table, dining roam table, two rocking chairs, leather seats, one rug (9x12). All new. Inquire F. J. Caeser at Nic Fink's barber shop. FOR SALE--Carnival and fair sup- plies used by the A,merican Legion, consisting of Cane Net, Rings, Pad- dle Wheels and Paddles, Hoopla, etc. ,See G. C. Tyler at Variety Store. * 18-1 CAR FOR SALEAn Oakland Sedan, run less than 3,000 miles, am offer- ing for sale. Can be seen at $. Ar- thur Matthews Garage, Ortonvilie. Priced absolutely right. For infor- mation inquire at Independent of- rice. "18-2 FOR SALEModern dwelling and lots, known as the Dan Eames property, on Lake Shore, just north of Peninsula. Get in touch with A. B. Kaercher & Co. "18-2 FOR SALE--Chester :White Boars. We offer a choice lot of registered boars at reasonable prices. See them at the Kaercherdal Far near depot. Kaercher & Schafer. "18-2 FOR SALEChicken house or coal shed, size 10x14, sheeted, sided and shingled roof. Inquire of Dr. Geo. MacMurphey. Phone 12. "18-2 FOR SALEThree good work horses. E. L. Zehringer. Ortonville, Minn. Phone 10-F-13. 17-2 FOR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf TEACHERS NAMED FOR RURAL DISTRICTS o Shortage of Teachers Reported. Opening Dates From September 6 to October 3. Shortage of school teachers which had affected the county last year will have no bearing this year upon the proper functioning of the rural schools according to a statement made by County Superintendent Martha Roth- well. Every district will have a teach- er. Opening dates for the rural schools varies according to the districts. Many of them opened on the sixth, eighth, twelfth and fifteenth of this month, -while others will not open until as late as October 3. Attendance on the opening dates this year is reported to be augmented due to the advanced stage of farm work in general which is ahead of the average season in this section. The list of teachers'n the districts is given below, with the exception of two, the names of'whom are lacking at this time. They are in districts No. 58 and 64. The District number, name of Instrutcor, and location are as follows: 1.--J. M. Snesrud, Ortonville. 2.'--Mrs. Sadie B. Rolen, Ortonville. 3--Josephine Steen, Ortonville. 4.Lfllie Martinson, Clinton. 5-Frieda Molls, Ortonville. .hta Jacobson, Ortonville. 7.Gladys Green, Clinton. 8.Mry Spalinger, Clinton. 9.Verne Swedlund, Ortonville. lLydia Stotesbery, Clinton. 11.G. H. 'Mayer-Oakes, Graceville. 12.Esther Martinson, Clinton. 13.Gladys Lby, Correll. 14.Hans Ellingson, Ortonville. 15.Anna Benson, Beardsley. 16.Lois G, Palmer, Beardsley. 19.Mattie MeCartney, Clinton. "20.Mm. May Skundberg, Kiddy, i" Beardsley. 21.Agnes Nelson, Ortonville. 22.Mabel Holmquist, Ortouville. " 2&Marie Driscoil, Beardsley. 24.--Chas. DeGreef, Odessa. 26.Martha Narverud, Correll. 27.--Laura $acobson, Clinton. 28.Edyth Rasmusson. 29.Florence Nelson, Beardsley. 30.--Elsie Peterson, Beardsley. 31.Mrs. Helms Morris, Barry. 32.Kate Foley, Graceville. 33. Ella Samiere, Ortonville, 34.--Aims Norblt, Oztonvtll 35.--Mildred Smith, Johnson. -86.--Hazel iwak, (MeMo, $7.Mabel Brown, Graeeviile. :8.--Eleanor (, uley, Graceville: 39.--Thelma Force, Clinton. 41.Esther Hillstrom, Odessa. 42.Mrs. Esther H. Olson, Orton- ville. 43.--Millie Cassel, Johnson. Lauretta M. Fogarty, Johnson. 44.Grace Taurman, Clinton. 45.--A. W. Johnson, Beardsley. 47.--Agnes Carlson, Ortonville, 4,q.--Florenc Ulrich, Ortonville. Ruth Hein, Ortonville. 49.--Mabel Allen, Ortonville. 50.--H. M. Davis, Clinton. 51.Ella Sullivan, Barry 52.Esther Hanson, Chokio. 53.Vernice Schimming, Correll. Charter N 6459 54.--151sic 1. l, leycr, Odessa. 55.--A. H. Granger, Correll. 58. ........................ Graeeville. 59.--Minnie A. Toner, Barry. Addle Belle Smith, Barry. 60.Miss Loy, Ortonville. 61.--John A. Gabriel, Johnson. 62.--Olive Green, 63.Blossom Stephens, Ortonville. M. Mark of St. Paul arrived here Monday to open up his clothing store which will be located in the building formerly occupied by F. E. Davison as a hal-hess shop. His family will join him as soon as he can secure sat- .isfactory quarters. Reserve District No. 9 Report of Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Ortonville, in State of Minnesota, at the close of business on Sept. 6, 1921. RESOURCES 1. a Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (except those shown in b and c} .............. $288,582.78 Total Loans ............................................. $28.5?.78 2. Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $147.10 .. 147.10 4. U. S. Goveltment securities owned: a. Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) ........................................... : ................ 25,000.00 b. All other United States Government Securities 51,150.00 Total ................................................................ 76,150.00 5. Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: ................... 53,050.00 6. Banking House, $6,000; Furniture and fixtures, $4,000 .................................................................... 10,004).00 7. Real estate owned other than banking house ........ 6,000.00 8. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .......... 20,000.00 10. Cash in vault and amount due from national banks .............................................................. 42,575.22 11. Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States (other than ineulded in items 8, or 10) ..................... 37.50 12. Exchanges for clearing house .................................. 190.09 13. Cash on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank, (other than item 12) ........ 190.09 Total of items 10, 11, 12, and 13 ................ 42,802.81 14. Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items .......... 485.14 15. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer ........................................ 1,250.00 16. Other assets, if any, Interest earned but not collected .............................................................. 8,881.88 Total ................................................................ 507,349.71 LIABILITIES 17. Capital stock paid in .................................................. 25,000.00 18. Surplus Fund .............................................................. 10,000.00 19. Undivided profits, $12,566.70. c. Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 3,938.01 8,628.69 20. Circulating notes outstanding .................................. 25,000.00 23. Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States and foreign countries .............................................................. 234.52 Total of Item 23 ............................................ 234.52 Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days): 26. Individual deposits subject to check ........................ 99,354.41 27. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days {other than for bmoney borrowed) ................ 53,595.28 Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 26 and 27) .................................................................. 152,949.69 Time deposits subject to Reserve payable after 30 Days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and postal savgngs) : 32. Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed .............................................................. 276,1.69 34. Other time deposits .................................................. 9,401.12 Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 32 and 34 .................................................. 285,536.81 Total ................................................................ $507,349.71 State of Minnesota, County of Big Stone, as--- I, John E. Palmer, Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tLe best of my knowledge and belief. JOHN E. PALMER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of September, 1921. CHAS. E. CHRISMAN, Notary Public. Correct Attest: CHARLES BOLSTA, JOHN MICHELL, O. I. CHAMBER- LAIN, Directors. i RPHEUM THEATRE TONVILLE EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE LOCATION OPENING PROGRAM JUNIOR ORPHEUM 4 Acts- VAUDEVILLE-400Acts AND PHOTO PLAYS WORTHWHILE THE DAY THE DATE MONDAY -- SEPT. 19 OPEN EVERY NIGHT BUT SUNDAY CHANGE OF PICTURES DAILY SHOWS EACH AND EVERY NIGHT AT 7:30 AND 9:00 4 Acts Each FRIDAY NIGHT VAUDEVILLE and PICTURES PRICES (INCLUIMNGTAX) For Pictures. For Vaudeville. ADULTS ............................... 25c LOWER FLOOR .................. 50c KIDDIES--- BALCONY ............................ 35 (Under 12) .................. 10c KIDS ...................................... 10c OPENING PROGRAM (1) THREE BUDDIES Novelty Singing and Musical Offering (2) TINT WELSH--Comedy Juggler (3) KING and HACKLEY--Colored Comedians In "BLACKOLOGY" (4) VIOLET MALLORY--Clmracter Comedienne l "SELZNICK NEWS" ROBI$0N CRUSOE, "Ltd." The Latest World Events A Real Comedy Treat In Pictures Brand New .O PERSONAL, SOCIAL! AND NEWS ITEMS I A parcel shower was given in hon- or of Miss Edna Miller by Miss Esther Miller Saturday, at which there were about twenty young ladies present The house was prettily decorated in pink and white. A nice luncheon was served. The Rev. Dr. Everett Lesher, gen- eral Saperintendent of the State Con- gregational Conference, who will preach in the First Congregational church of this city on Sunday is an excellent speaker and he will be worth hearing. Dr. D. D. White, Chiropractor, who is associated with Dr. F. W. Dunn will leave the latter part of the week for Red Wing where he will visit his parents over the week-end. He is a recent graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic at Davenport, Iowa. ----"Only the choicest of hogs and matter to record thetheight and the Livestock will be given as prizes at locality in which he was flying. Mor- the Whetstone Valley Fair." ris Trilne. Aeroplanes Used To Hunt Wheat Rust W. N- Christopher who has been doing research work on the causes of wheat rust and who was the guest.of Allen W. Edson in Morris last week, reported that he had found puecinia graminus, the causal organism of black stem rust 16,000 feet in the air. Christopher Was sent with other men in airplanes to discover the traveling powers of the tiny organism. The way to catch paccinia gram- mus is as follows, according to Mr. Chl5stopher. A common microscopic plate is covered with vaseline and is e):posed to the air when the scientist l wishes to make a test at a eertan t height. Since any particle of min- ute organism that touches the plate sticks to it, puccinia geminus has no chance to get away, and it is a simple "Minnesota's Best" Crop Show "Minnesota's best" in toes and other vegetables, seeds of various kinds is to at the Minnesota Crop will be held in Minneapolis of December 13, 1921, by Horticultural society and Improvement and Potato sociations, all of which quarters at University "The apple crop is short says R. S. Mackintosh, the horticultural society, era should save the best gathering it when it is in condition for storage. should be wrapped in paper fully packed in strong rels and forwarded by press. All cold storage be paid by the society. and shipping directions nished on application to tary. q We have exceptional bargains in Used Cars. Come in and look them over--if you want a car come and see us. - The Park Garage I,thalmloio| 6 -Inch ion 1 IFm' Ihdc.,k @ ,.ndable Sparl Plugs Money Cheerfully Refunded iii i iiiii i iii i ii iii Announcing the of the New Clothing and Furnishing Goods Located In the Building Formerly the Davison Harness Shop Will Open Tuesday, September 20th With Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Furnishings and Work Clothes Here Are a Few Items That Are Money Savers For Men's Suits $22.50 and $25.00 Work Pants $3.50 values .......... $2.85 $6.00 values .......... $4.85 Heavy Wool Rib Pull- Over Sweaters $6.00 value $4.75 Boy's Caps Big values .............. 89c Men's Caps Big Values .......... $1.50 Young Men's Sheep Lined Coats Wombat Collar, full belt, 3/ size ...... $22.50 Heavy Khaki Union-Alia $1.65 Heavy Rib Cotton Sweaters Only ...................... $1.75 A Small Lot of Shoes, Odd Sizes $6.00; $7.00, and $8.00 values at ............ $2.98 Fine Wool Mackinaw $8.50 values .......... Heavy Blue and Jackets $1.50 value, only.. Cotton Hose Per pair .................. Heavy Canvass and Mittens Two pair for. ........... Heavy Wool Big Value at ............ Be Sure and Look Over Our Stock Before You Buy As I Can Save Money On Anything In Our Line. Manufacturers' Outlet Ortonville, M. MARK MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, .- t t t* t WANTED :D0 RENT--At once, Five] or six room house. Call 196. 17-tf REN'l--i:ither one or two---- -- - roomsl in m.odern house. Good[ location. I For particulars, phone 163. "19-2 FOR RENT--Four room house for 1 rent. Located along Lakeshore. For[ particularsphone 4. . _ *19-2 FOR RENT- Two rooms in w, odern 1 home. Phone 84-J. "19J ROOM FOR RENT--Nice room for one or two persons. :Inquil:e of The Ortonville Independent. *lP-tf W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf HEMSTI TCH1NCr--Henstitehing, 10c per yard. Mrs. E. Damon, Monte- video, Minn. 17-2 HEM STITCHING--1 have moved in- to the Cliff residence, one-half block east of Gunderson's Drug Store and one-half block south, on 3rd S.. Hemstitching, 10 and 15c per yard. Also ready to do epair work on atl makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines. For hem stitching and repair work call k. A. L. Waddans. 5-tf-c. FOR SALELibrary table, dining roam table, two rocking chairs, leather seats, one rug (9x12). All new. Inquire F. J. Caeser at Nic Fink's barber shop. FOR SALE--Carnival and fair sup- plies used by the A,merican Legion, consisting of Cane Net, Rings, Pad- dle Wheels and Paddles, Hoopla, etc. ,See G. C. Tyler at Variety Store. * 18-1 CAR FOR SALEAn Oakland Sedan, run less than 3,000 miles, am offer- ing for sale. Can be seen at $. Ar- thur Matthews Garage, Ortonvilie. Priced absolutely right. For infor- mation inquire at Independent of- rice. "18-2 FOR SALEModern dwelling and lots, known as the Dan Eames property, on Lake Shore, just north of Peninsula. Get in touch with A. B. Kaercher & Co. "18-2 FOR SALE--Chester :White Boars. We offer a choice lot of registered boars at reasonable prices. See them at the Kaercherdal Far near depot. Kaercher & Schafer. "18-2 FOR SALEChicken house or coal shed, size 10x14, sheeted, sided and shingled roof. Inquire of Dr. Geo. MacMurphey. Phone 12. "18-2 FOR SALEThree good work horses. E. L. Zehringer. Ortonville, Minn. Phone 10-F-13. 17-2 FOR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf TEACHERS NAMED FOR RURAL DISTRICTS o Shortage of Teachers Reported. Opening Dates From September 6 to October 3. Shortage of school teachers which had affected the county last year will have no bearing this year upon the proper functioning of the rural schools according to a statement made by County Superintendent Martha Roth- well. Every district will have a teach- er. Opening dates for the rural schools varies according to the districts. Many of them opened on the sixth, eighth, twelfth and fifteenth of this month, -while others will not open until as late as October 3. Attendance on the opening dates this year is reported to be augmented due to the advanced stage of farm work in general which is ahead of the average season in this section. The list of teachers'n the districts is given below, with the exception of two, the names of'whom are lacking at this time. They are in districts No. 58 and 64. The District number, name of Instrutcor, and location are as follows: 1.--J. M. Snesrud, Ortonville. 2.'--Mrs. Sadie B. Rolen, Ortonville. 3--Josephine Steen, Ortonville. 4.Lfllie Martinson, Clinton. 5-Frieda Molls, Ortonville. .hta Jacobson, Ortonville. 7.Gladys Green, Clinton. 8.Mry Spalinger, Clinton. 9.Verne Swedlund, Ortonville. lLydia Stotesbery, Clinton. 11.G. H. 'Mayer-Oakes, Graceville. 12.Esther Martinson, Clinton. 13.Gladys Lby, Correll. 14.Hans Ellingson, Ortonville. 15.Anna Benson, Beardsley. 16.Lois G, Palmer, Beardsley. 19.Mattie MeCartney, Clinton. "20.Mm. May Skundberg, Kiddy, i" Beardsley. 21.Agnes Nelson, Ortonville. 22.Mabel Holmquist, Ortouville. " 2&Marie Driscoil, Beardsley. 24.--Chas. DeGreef, Odessa. 26.Martha Narverud, Correll. 27.--Laura $acobson, Clinton. 28.Edyth Rasmusson. 29.Florence Nelson, Beardsley. 30.--Elsie Peterson, Beardsley. 31.Mrs. Helms Morris, Barry. 32.Kate Foley, Graceville. 33. Ella Samiere, Ortonville, 34.--Aims Norblt, Oztonvtll 35.--Mildred Smith, Johnson. -86.--Hazel iwak, (MeMo, $7.Mabel Brown, Graeeviile. :8.--Eleanor (, uley, Graceville: 39.--Thelma Force, Clinton. 41.Esther Hillstrom, Odessa. 42.Mrs. Esther H. Olson, Orton- ville. 43.--Millie Cassel, Johnson. Lauretta M. Fogarty, Johnson. 44.Grace Taurman, Clinton. 45.--A. W. Johnson, Beardsley. 47.--Agnes Carlson, Ortonville, 4,q.--Florenc Ulrich, Ortonville. Ruth Hein, Ortonville. 49.--Mabel Allen, Ortonville. 50.--H. M. Davis, Clinton. 51.Ella Sullivan, Barry 52.Esther Hanson, Chokio. 53.Vernice Schimming, Correll. Charter N 6459 54.--151sic 1. l, leycr, Odessa. 55.--A. H. Granger, Correll. 58. ........................ Graeeville. 59.--Minnie A. Toner, Barry. Addle Belle Smith, Barry. 60.Miss Loy, Ortonville. 61.--John A. Gabriel, Johnson. 62.--Olive Green, 63.Blossom Stephens, Ortonville. M. Mark of St. Paul arrived here Monday to open up his clothing store which will be located in the building formerly occupied by F. E. Davison as a hal-hess shop. His family will join him as soon as he can secure sat- .isfactory quarters. Reserve District No. 9 Report of Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Ortonville, in State of Minnesota, at the close of business on Sept. 6, 1921. RESOURCES 1. a Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (except those shown in b and c} .............. $288,582.78 Total Loans ............................................. $28.5?.78 2. Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $147.10 .. 147.10 4. U. S. Goveltment securities owned: a. Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) ........................................... : ................ 25,000.00 b. All other United States Government Securities 51,150.00 Total ................................................................ 76,150.00 5. Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: ................... 53,050.00 6. Banking House, $6,000; Furniture and fixtures, $4,000 .................................................................... 10,004).00 7. Real estate owned other than banking house ........ 6,000.00 8. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .......... 20,000.00 10. Cash in vault and amount due from national banks .............................................................. 42,575.22 11. Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States (other than ineulded in items 8, or 10) ..................... 37.50 12. Exchanges for clearing house .................................. 190.09 13. Cash on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank, (other than item 12) ........ 190.09 Total of items 10, 11, 12, and 13 ................ 42,802.81 14. Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items .......... 485.14 15. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer ........................................ 1,250.00 16. Other assets, if any, Interest earned but not collected .............................................................. 8,881.88 Total ................................................................ 507,349.71 LIABILITIES 17. Capital stock paid in .................................................. 25,000.00 18. Surplus Fund .............................................................. 10,000.00 19. Undivided profits, $12,566.70. c. Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 3,938.01 8,628.69 20. Circulating notes outstanding .................................. 25,000.00 23. Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States and foreign countries .............................................................. 234.52 Total of Item 23 ............................................ 234.52 Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days): 26. Individual deposits subject to check ........................ 99,354.41 27. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days {other than for bmoney borrowed) ................ 53,595.28 Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 26 and 27) .................................................................. 152,949.69 Time deposits subject to Reserve payable after 30 Days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and postal savgngs) : 32. Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed .............................................................. 276,1.69 34. Other time deposits .................................................. 9,401.12 Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 32 and 34 .................................................. 285,536.81 Total ................................................................ $507,349.71 State of Minnesota, County of Big Stone, as--- I, John E. Palmer, Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tLe best of my knowledge and belief. JOHN E. PALMER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of September, 1921. CHAS. E. CHRISMAN, Notary Public. Correct Attest: CHARLES BOLSTA, JOHN MICHELL, O. I. CHAMBER- LAIN, Directors. i RPHEUM THEATRE TONVILLE EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE LOCATION OPENING PROGRAM JUNIOR ORPHEUM 4 Acts- VAUDEVILLE-400Acts AND PHOTO PLAYS WORTHWHILE THE DAY THE DATE MONDAY -- SEPT. 19 OPEN EVERY NIGHT BUT SUNDAY CHANGE OF PICTURES DAILY SHOWS EACH AND EVERY NIGHT AT 7:30 AND 9:00 4 Acts Each FRIDAY NIGHT VAUDEVILLE and PICTURES PRICES (INCLUIMNGTAX) For Pictures. For Vaudeville. ADULTS ............................... 25c LOWER FLOOR .................. 50c KIDDIES--- BALCONY ............................ 35 (Under 12) .................. 10c KIDS ...................................... 10c OPENING PROGRAM (1) THREE BUDDIES Novelty Singing and Musical Offering (2) TINT WELSH--Comedy Juggler (3) KING and HACKLEY--Colored Comedians In "BLACKOLOGY" (4) VIOLET MALLORY--Clmracter Comedienne l "SELZNICK NEWS" ROBI$0N CRUSOE, "Ltd." The Latest World Events A Real Comedy Treat In Pictures Brand New .O PERSONAL, SOCIAL! AND NEWS ITEMS I A parcel shower was given in hon- or of Miss Edna Miller by Miss Esther Miller Saturday, at which there were about twenty young ladies present The house was prettily decorated in pink and white. A nice luncheon was served. The Rev. Dr. Everett Lesher, gen- eral Saperintendent of the State Con- gregational Conference, who will preach in the First Congregational church of this city on Sunday is an excellent speaker and he will be worth hearing. Dr. D. D. White, Chiropractor, who is associated with Dr. F. W. Dunn will leave the latter part of the week for Red Wing where he will visit his parents over the week-end. He is a recent graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic at Davenport, Iowa. ----"Only the choicest of hogs and matter to record thetheight and the Livestock will be given as prizes at locality in which he was flying. Mor- the Whetstone Valley Fair." ris Trilne. Aeroplanes Used To Hunt Wheat Rust W. N- Christopher who has been doing research work on the causes of wheat rust and who was the guest.of Allen W. Edson in Morris last week, reported that he had found puecinia graminus, the causal organism of black stem rust 16,000 feet in the air. Christopher Was sent with other men in airplanes to discover the traveling powers of the tiny organism. The way to catch paccinia gram- mus is as follows, according to Mr. Chl5stopher. A common microscopic plate is covered with vaseline and is e):posed to the air when the scientist l wishes to make a test at a eertan t height. Since any particle of min- ute organism that touches the plate sticks to it, puccinia geminus has no chance to get away, and it is a simple "Minnesota's Best" Crop Show "Minnesota's best" in toes and other vegetables, seeds of various kinds is to at the Minnesota Crop will be held in Minneapolis of December 13, 1921, by Horticultural society and Improvement and Potato sociations, all of which quarters at University "The apple crop is short says R. S. Mackintosh, the horticultural society, era should save the best gathering it when it is in condition for storage. should be wrapped in paper fully packed in strong rels and forwarded by press. All cold storage be paid by the society. and shipping directions nished on application to tary. q We have exceptional bargains in Used Cars. Come in and look them over--if you want a car come and see us. - The Park Garage I,thalmloio| 6 -Inch ion 1 IFm' Ihdc.,k @ ,.ndable Sparl Plugs Money Cheerfully Refunded iii i iiiii i iii i ii iii Announcing the of the New Clothing and Furnishing Goods Located In the Building Formerly the Davison Harness Shop Will Open Tuesday, September 20th With Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Furnishings and Work Clothes Here Are a Few Items That Are Money Savers For Men's Suits $22.50 and $25.00 Work Pants $3.50 values .......... $2.85 $6.00 values .......... $4.85 Heavy Wool Rib Pull- Over Sweaters $6.00 value $4.75 Boy's Caps Big values .............. 89c Men's Caps Big Values .......... $1.50 Young Men's Sheep Lined Coats Wombat Collar, full belt, 3/ size ...... $22.50 Heavy Khaki Union-Alia $1.65 Heavy Rib Cotton Sweaters Only ...................... $1.75 A Small Lot of Shoes, Odd Sizes $6.00; $7.00, and $8.00 values at ............ $2.98 Fine Wool Mackinaw $8.50 values .......... Heavy Blue and Jackets $1.50 value, only.. Cotton Hose Per pair .................. Heavy Canvass and Mittens Two pair for. ........... Heavy Wool Big Value at ............ Be Sure and Look Over Our Stock Before You Buy As I Can Save Money On Anything In Our Line. Manufacturers' Outlet Ortonville, M. MARK MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED TE ORTONY1LLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. PAGE 6 " il . F, NT Avs _ WANTED TO RENT--At on. Five orslx$mb. C 196. l?-tf i FOR RENT lather one or two mama in modeln house. GoOd  lion. For particuls, phone 16J. .19 2 FOR RENT--Four rm house for rent Icatod along Lakshor For pvrtieulars phone 4. "19-2 FOR RENT--'I.o rms in crodern home. Phone 84-J. *IS ROOM FOR RENT--Nice room fat one or two person. !equine of The Ortonville Independent. "19-t f W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents cloth to claun and pros. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pru petor, *I2 tl H EMSTITC H1N C-HeDstiteMn g , 1o per yard MCS. E. l)aman. Monte vld*, Minn. 17- HEM STITC/dlNGI have mod ia to the Cliff residence, chalf bloc east of Gunderson's Dg Sto and cue.half block south, on $Id St., Hemstitching, 10 d 15e per yard. A so lady to do palr work on all kes of sewing machi Ageacy for the Singer chirves. For hem stitching mid par work call k. A. L Wadda. 6-t FOR SALLibrary table* dining nl table, two ldng chalrs. ]ther seas, one rug (9x12). All new'. Inquire F. J. Caer at Nie Fink's balber shop. FOR SALEamival and fair sup- piles used by the A*nmrlean Legion, nsistin g of C Net, rungs, Pad- dle Wheels and paddles, Hpla, *to.  G. C. Taler at Variety S tom. "18-1 CAR FOR SAIAn On.and Sedan. n I th g,000 miles, at offer- ing for sale. Can be seen at $. Ar- thur Matth Garage, Ortnvilie. Frioed absolutely right. For infar- matlon inqui at Independent of. flee FOR SALE--Mode dwelling and lots, known as the D Eea pperty, on Lake Shore, just north of Penin] B. Kaebev & Co. POR SALF!hester ;White we offer a choice lot of registered boars at onable prices. See them a the Karclrdal Farm near depot. Kaereher & Schafer. FOR SALEhieke. hou shed, sze 10xI4, shted, sided d shingled rf. Inqui of Dr. Gee. MMurphey. FOR SALEThree good work hors. g. L. Zehringer. Ortanville, lnn, phone 10-F.13. FOR SALEsLadies' and Gents' Tail. ored Suits for sale at the City Taib or Shop. TEACHERS NAMED FOR RURAL DISTRICTS o Shortage of Tehers Reported. Opening Dates Fm September 6 to October . Shortage of school teachers ha no bearing this year upon Ibe proper [unetioning eordlng to a statout made by County Superintendent Marth Roth. well Eer or. Openh,g dates for the rmal afios ccording to the districts, Many of them opened on the sixth, eighth, twelfth and fifteenth of this mnth, while others will not o1 until  late as october 3. Attendance on the opening dates this year is zported to be augmted due to the advand stage of farm kverage an in this ection. The list of tehem the districts Ls given below, with the two, the mes B8 and 6 The District number, name of Instrutcor, and Mention a renews: i.. M. Ssld* Ortenville. 2*Mm, Sadie B. Rom, Ortonville. lephine Sloes, Ortonville. &--Lffi]e Martinn, CEmton: 5Frieda Molls, Ortoaville. .--Ida Jacobin, Ortuvile. 7.--Gladys Gen, Clirom 8.--Mm T Spalinger, C.]iaton. 9,--Vee Sw4lund, Ortoavilte, i.-Lydla StotsbelT, Clinton, - II.__G, K. 'MayeOake. Gville. 12.--Esther Martins; Clinton. 14.--Hans Ellingn, Ortonvllle. 151--An Benson, Beardsley. 16.--Lois G, palmer, Beardsley. ,19. -Mottle MeCargney, Clinton, 20,--M. May Skvndberg, Kiddy. '. Beaisley. 2l.--Agnes NMn, OrtonvJlle. 22.--Mabel Holmqtst. Ortaavlle 2--Mar]e DtislL Beardsley. 24.Chas. DeGreof, Od&a. 2&--Martha Naenui, CorrelL 7.--Lau Jacobsen, CAinton. 29Florenee Nehon, Beardsley.. 0.--Ehsle tterm, aeardeley. $1Mr Hdma Morris, Bare. ff2.--Kat* Fok, IHe. . Ella $. Ortoaville. 34.--Alma NevbT. Ot4amv/l 8L--Mll&d faalt/a, iekam $Mabel Iavm, racevill :8.--Elemor (uley, Grevill 39.--Thelma Foe. Clinton. 41.--Ether Hillstram, Odessa. 42.--Mr Esther H. Olson, Orlon. stile. 43.--MiHie CI, ffohnson. Laumta M. Fogarty, Johnson. 44.--Gra Tau, Clinton. 45.--A. W. Johnzon, Beardsley. 47. Agnes Carlson, Ortonvflle. q.--FIoreno Ulrich, Ortonvilte. Rut Keia. Ortunville. 49.--Mabel Alien, Ortcnville. 50.--H. . Davis, Clinton. 5L--Ella Sulliv, Batty 52.--Esther Hanna. Chokio. 68,--Veraiee 8eMmming, Corrdl. Charter N 6459 Report of Conditi of the FRST NATIONAL BANK at Ortonville, in State of Miunta, at the ele of baain ra Sept. 6, 192L RESOURCES i. a Loans d dits, Lchlding adiomts (except those ho in b d e) .......... $288,582.78 Total Loans ........... $2..52-78 2. Overdrafts, sured, none; unsecured, 147,10 .. 4. U. S. Goemt barlties owned: Deposited to cure eiroMation (U. S. bonds par lue ) ............................... : .......... 25,000.00 b. All other United States Government Securities 51.150.00 Ted ............................................ 76,150.00 5. Other bonds* sitka, uriti, etc.; 53,050.00 6. Banking House, $6,000; Furntu and fixtures, $4,OOO ............................................................... 10,0oo oo 7. Real estate owned other than banking hou ....... 6.000.00 8. Lavu] see with Fedel Ree Bank ....... 0.000.OO 10. Cash in vault d ount due fm national 42575.22 trust mpanies in the United States $4ther than incuided in items 8. or 10) ............ 87.50 12. Exchges for clearing hou-qe ............................. 190.09 13. Crash on other bks in the me eit or town as porting bk, (other than item 12) ..... Total of items 10, 11, 12. d 13 ........... 42,802.8l 14. Chks on banks located outside of city or to of porting bank and other sh items ..... 16. Redemption fund th U. S. Tremor d due from U. S. Tas ........................... 16, Other asta, if any, Intrust ead but net 6olleeted ................................................... Tota I .................................................... 5ff/,M9,71 LIABILITIIgS 17. Capital stock paid in .......................................... 18. Surplus Fd ................................................ 19. Undivided pfits, $12,5B6.70. e. Le ent expene, interest and taxes paid 3,938.0t . 20. Cirlaig notre outstandg ................................ , banke, and trust eotnpanies in the United States and foreign untrk .................................................... Tota of Item 8 ................ 234.52 Dermmd depeeits (other than bank deposits) subject to ve (deposits payable within 30 days): 26. Individual deposits snhect tn check ....... 9954.4] (other than for ney bedewed) ................ Total of dmd deposito (other than bank deposits) b't to Reee, Items 26 and 27) ................................................ 152,949.69 Time depoaite eubJect to Re.rye Iyab[e after 30 Days, or subject to 30 days or mo noti, ad postal of deposit (other than for money borwed ..................... Other time de, posits ................................................ Totld of time deposits sublet to Ree, Items 32 and 34 .................... ; ......................... 285,53&81 Total ................................................ Minsbta Count.Totof Big Stone I, John E. Palmer, Cashier of the above-named bk do SOlemnly eel Lhat the above statement is true to te best of m y knowledge d belie f. JOHN E. PALMER, Cashier. Subscribed d swum to before me this 18th day of September, 1921 CHAS. E. CHRISMAN Notary Public. Corct A test: CHARLES BOLSTA, ffOHN MICnELL, O. L CFIAMBER LAIN, Dictors. RPHEUM]I THEATRE III RTONWLLEII. OPENING PROGRAM JUNIOR ORPHEUM /" * I 4 Acts- VAUDEVILLE- 4 Acts l AND PHOTO PLAYS WORTHWHILE TUE DAY THE DATE MONDAY -- SEPT. 19 OPEN EVERY NIGHT BUT SUNDAY CHANGE OF PICTURES DAILY SHOWS EACH AND EVERY NIGHT AT :$o AND 9:00 4 Acts Each FRIDAY NIGHT VAUDEVILLE and PICTURES pRICES (INC'.URING TAX) For Pietur F Veadevlll ADULTS .............................. 25e LOWER FLOOR .............  K1DDIES- BALCONY ...........................  (Under 12) .......... 1 KIDS ................................. OPENING PROGRAM (1) THREE BUDDIES ovelty Siltgiug and Mtl Offering (2) TINT WELSH--Comedy Juggler (3) KING and HACKLEY--Colored Comedians In "BLACKOLO'IP' (4) VIOLET MALLORY-haracr Comedienn, 10BBON CMt0L "Ltd." I "SEZmCK rgws- Tt,e ht Wld grits A eal amllr Trite I Ia Plm Brutal New 68,-- ........... Graceville" AND NEWS ITEMS i Hunt Wheat Rust Crop Show fl w. N. Christopher who has been Addie Belle Smith, Barry. A parcel shower was gwen in hen- . " 60.--Miss Loy. Ortonville. r of Miss Edna Miller by Miss Esther doing r . 61.ohn A. Gabriel, Johnson. abou t twenty young ladies psent Alien W. Edson in Morris last week, i Miller Saturday, at which the were wheat rust arid who was the guest of 62.4)live Gen, 63.--Blossom Stephens, Ortonville. I'he hae was pttity dorated in reported that he had found puinia -- -- pink and white. M. Mk of St. Pau] arrived he se.ed, g raminus, the causal orgism December 13. 1921 by Monday his clothing sto: Th e Roy. Dr. rust 16.000 feet in the air. [ Her cu era] eiety an Improvement d oery eugi ed by F. Conference, who ,will[in airplanes to discover the traveling sciati% all of which as a hatne shop. Rig family will pach in the F t Congr got onal 1 e 1 J powers of the tiny orgism. join him as on as he can secure sat- shush of this city on Sunday is a The , . to t h i ia i excellent speaker d he will be worth xaY c p n gr . hearing . as follows. cording to Mr. Dr. D. D. Whie, Chiropractor, wh Christop her. ors sbould save the with gathering it when it is for stoge. for Red Wing where he will make a test at should be wrapped in height. Sin any partic]e of mln- ,te arganism that touches the plate by All eold of Chiropractic at Davenport. Iowa. [ chance to be paid by the siety. --"Only the choicest of hogs and i matteR to record the height and shipping be given as prizes at Iallty in which he s$ flying.--Mor, nished on application [ ris Tribune 7//#/ mJl./ ,,r-// @ qWe have exceptional bargains in Used Cars. Come in and look them over--if you want a car come and see us. The Park Garage SparR Plugs Money Cheerfully Refunded Announcing O " -- of the -- New Clothing and Furnishing Located In the Building Formerly the Davison Harness Shop Will Open .Tuesday, September 20th With Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Clothi Furnishings and Work Clothes Here Are a Few Items That Are Money Savers Men's Suits $22.50 and $25.00 Work Pants $8.50 values ...... $2.85 $6.00 values .......... $4.85 Heavy Wool Rib Pull. Over Sweaters $6.00 value : ......... $4.75 Boy's Caps Big values .............. 85e Men's Caps Big Values .......... $1.50 Young Men's Sheep Lined Coats Wombat Collar, full belt, 3 size...... $22.50 Heavy Khaki Union.Alls $1.65 Heavy Rib Cotton Sweaters 0nly ...................... $1.75 A Small Lot of Sho, Odd Sizes $6.00:$7.00, and $6.00 values at ............ $2.98 Fine Wool Mackinaw $6.50 values .......... $ Heavy Blue and Jackets $1.50 value, Cotton Hose Per Heavy Canvass and Mittens Two pair for. ........... Heavy Wool Big Value at ............ Be Sure and Look Over Our Stock Before You Buy As I Can Save Money On Anything In Our Line. Manufacturers' Outlet Ortonville, M. MARK MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED PAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, .- t t t* t WANTED :D0 RENT--At once, Five] or six room house. Call 196. 17-tf REN'l--i:ither one or two---- -- - roomsl in m.odern house. Good[ location. I For particulars, phone 163. "19-2 FOR RENT--Four room house for 1 rent. Located along Lakeshore. For[ particularsphone 4. . _ *19-2 FOR RENT- Two rooms in w, odern 1 home. Phone 84-J. "19J ROOM FOR RENT--Nice room for one or two persons. :Inquil:e of The Ortonville Independent. *lP-tf W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf HEMSTI TCH1NCr--Henstitehing, 10c per yard. Mrs. E. Damon, Monte- video, Minn. 17-2 HEM STITCHING--1 have moved in- to the Cliff residence, one-half block east of Gunderson's Drug Store and one-half block south, on 3rd S.. Hemstitching, 10 and 15c per yard. Also ready to do epair work on atl makes of sewing machines. Agency for the Singer machines. For hem stitching and repair work call k. A. L. Waddans. 5-tf-c. FOR SALELibrary table, dining roam table, two rocking chairs, leather seats, one rug (9x12). All new. Inquire F. J. Caeser at Nic Fink's barber shop. FOR SALE--Carnival and fair sup- plies used by the A,merican Legion, consisting of Cane Net, Rings, Pad- dle Wheels and Paddles, Hoopla, etc. ,See G. C. Tyler at Variety Store. * 18-1 CAR FOR SALEAn Oakland Sedan, run less than 3,000 miles, am offer- ing for sale. Can be seen at $. Ar- thur Matthews Garage, Ortonvilie. Priced absolutely right. For infor- mation inquire at Independent of- rice. "18-2 FOR SALEModern dwelling and lots, known as the Dan Eames property, on Lake Shore, just north of Peninsula. Get in touch with A. B. Kaercher & Co. "18-2 FOR SALE--Chester :White Boars. We offer a choice lot of registered boars at reasonable prices. See them at the Kaercherdal Far near depot. Kaercher & Schafer. "18-2 FOR SALEChicken house or coal shed, size 10x14, sheeted, sided and shingled roof. Inquire of Dr. Geo. MacMurphey. Phone 12. "18-2 FOR SALEThree good work horses. E. L. Zehringer. Ortonville, Minn. Phone 10-F-13. 17-2 FOR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf TEACHERS NAMED FOR RURAL DISTRICTS o Shortage of Teachers Reported. Opening Dates From September 6 to October 3. Shortage of school teachers which had affected the county last year will have no bearing this year upon the proper functioning of the rural schools according to a statement made by County Superintendent Martha Roth- well. Every district will have a teach- er. Opening dates for the rural schools varies according to the districts. Many of them opened on the sixth, eighth, twelfth and fifteenth of this month, -while others will not open until as late as October 3. Attendance on the opening dates this year is reported to be augmented due to the advanced stage of farm work in general which is ahead of the average season in this section. The list of teachers'n the districts is given below, with the exception of two, the names of'whom are lacking at this time. They are in districts No. 58 and 64. The District number, name of Instrutcor, and location are as follows: 1.--J. M. Snesrud, Ortonville. 2.'--Mrs. Sadie B. Rolen, Ortonville. 3--Josephine Steen, Ortonville. 4.Lfllie Martinson, Clinton. 5-Frieda Molls, Ortonville. .hta Jacobson, Ortonville. 7.Gladys Green, Clinton. 8.Mry Spalinger, Clinton. 9.Verne Swedlund, Ortonville. lLydia Stotesbery, Clinton. 11.G. H. 'Mayer-Oakes, Graceville. 12.Esther Martinson, Clinton. 13.Gladys Lby, Correll. 14.Hans Ellingson, Ortonville. 15.Anna Benson, Beardsley. 16.Lois G, Palmer, Beardsley. 19.Mattie MeCartney, Clinton. "20.Mm. May Skundberg, Kiddy, i" Beardsley. 21.Agnes Nelson, Ortonville. 22.Mabel Holmquist, Ortouville. " 2&Marie Driscoil, Beardsley. 24.--Chas. DeGreef, Odessa. 26.Martha Narverud, Correll. 27.--Laura $acobson, Clinton. 28.Edyth Rasmusson. 29.Florence Nelson, Beardsley. 30.--Elsie Peterson, Beardsley. 31.Mrs. Helms Morris, Barry. 32.Kate Foley, Graceville. 33. Ella Samiere, Ortonville, 34.--Aims Norblt, Oztonvtll 35.--Mildred Smith, Johnson. -86.--Hazel iwak, (MeMo, $7.Mabel Brown, Graeeviile. :8.--Eleanor (, uley, Graceville: 39.--Thelma Force, Clinton. 41.Esther Hillstrom, Odessa. 42.Mrs. Esther H. Olson, Orton- ville. 43.--Millie Cassel, Johnson. Lauretta M. Fogarty, Johnson. 44.Grace Taurman, Clinton. 45.--A. W. Johnson, Beardsley. 47.--Agnes Carlson, Ortonville, 4,q.--Florenc Ulrich, Ortonville. Ruth Hein, Ortonville. 49.--Mabel Allen, Ortonville. 50.--H. M. Davis, Clinton. 51.Ella Sullivan, Barry 52.Esther Hanson, Chokio. 53.Vernice Schimming, Correll. Charter N 6459 54.--151sic 1. l, leycr, Odessa. 55.--A. H. Granger, Correll. 58. ........................ Graeeville. 59.--Minnie A. Toner, Barry. Addle Belle Smith, Barry. 60.Miss Loy, Ortonville. 61.--John A. Gabriel, Johnson. 62.--Olive Green, 63.Blossom Stephens, Ortonville. M. Mark of St. Paul arrived here Monday to open up his clothing store which will be located in the building formerly occupied by F. E. Davison as a hal-hess shop. His family will join him as soon as he can secure sat- .isfactory quarters. Reserve District No. 9 Report of Condition of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Ortonville, in State of Minnesota, at the close of business on Sept. 6, 1921. RESOURCES 1. a Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (except those shown in b and c} .............. $288,582.78 Total Loans ............................................. $28.5?.78 2. Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $147.10 .. 147.10 4. U. S. Goveltment securities owned: a. Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par value) ........................................... : ................ 25,000.00 b. All other United States Government Securities 51,150.00 Total ................................................................ 76,150.00 5. Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: ................... 53,050.00 6. Banking House, $6,000; Furniture and fixtures, $4,000 .................................................................... 10,004).00 7. Real estate owned other than banking house ........ 6,000.00 8. Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank .......... 20,000.00 10. Cash in vault and amount due from national banks .............................................................. 42,575.22 11. Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States (other than ineulded in items 8, or 10) ..................... 37.50 12. Exchanges for clearing house .................................. 190.09 13. Cash on other banks in the same city or town as reporting bank, (other than item 12) ........ 190.09 Total of items 10, 11, 12, and 13 ................ 42,802.81 14. Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank and other cash items .......... 485.14 15. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer ........................................ 1,250.00 16. Other assets, if any, Interest earned but not collected .............................................................. 8,881.88 Total ................................................................ 507,349.71 LIABILITIES 17. Capital stock paid in .................................................. 25,000.00 18. Surplus Fund .............................................................. 10,000.00 19. Undivided profits, $12,566.70. c. Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 3,938.01 8,628.69 20. Circulating notes outstanding .................................. 25,000.00 23. Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States and foreign countries .............................................................. 234.52 Total of Item 23 ............................................ 234.52 Demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve (deposits payable within 30 days): 26. Individual deposits subject to check ........................ 99,354.41 27. Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days {other than for bmoney borrowed) ................ 53,595.28 Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 26 and 27) .................................................................. 152,949.69 Time deposits subject to Reserve payable after 30 Days, or subject to 30 days or more notice, and postal savgngs) : 32. Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed .............................................................. 276,1.69 34. Other time deposits .................................................. 9,401.12 Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 32 and 34 .................................................. 285,536.81 Total ................................................................ $507,349.71 State of Minnesota, County of Big Stone, as--- I, John E. Palmer, Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tLe best of my knowledge and belief. JOHN E. PALMER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of September, 1921. CHAS. E. CHRISMAN, Notary Public. Correct Attest: CHARLES BOLSTA, JOHN MICHELL, O. I. CHAMBER- LAIN, Directors. i RPHEUM THEATRE TONVILLE EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE LOCATION OPENING PROGRAM JUNIOR ORPHEUM 4 Acts- VAUDEVILLE-400Acts AND PHOTO PLAYS WORTHWHILE THE DAY THE DATE MONDAY -- SEPT. 19 OPEN EVERY NIGHT BUT SUNDAY CHANGE OF PICTURES DAILY SHOWS EACH AND EVERY NIGHT AT 7:30 AND 9:00 4 Acts Each FRIDAY NIGHT VAUDEVILLE and PICTURES PRICES (INCLUIMNGTAX) For Pictures. For Vaudeville. ADULTS ............................... 25c LOWER FLOOR .................. 50c KIDDIES--- BALCONY ............................ 35 (Under 12) .................. 10c KIDS ...................................... 10c OPENING PROGRAM (1) THREE BUDDIES Novelty Singing and Musical Offering (2) TINT WELSH--Comedy Juggler (3) KING and HACKLEY--Colored Comedians In "BLACKOLOGY" (4) VIOLET MALLORY--Clmracter Comedienne l "SELZNICK NEWS" ROBI$0N CRUSOE, "Ltd." The Latest World Events A Real Comedy Treat In Pictures Brand New .O PERSONAL, SOCIAL! AND NEWS ITEMS I A parcel shower was given in hon- or of Miss Edna Miller by Miss Esther Miller Saturday, at which there were about twenty young ladies present The house was prettily decorated in pink and white. A nice luncheon was served. The Rev. Dr. Everett Lesher, gen- eral Saperintendent of the State Con- gregational Conference, who will preach in the First Congregational church of this city on Sunday is an excellent speaker and he will be worth hearing. Dr. D. D. White, Chiropractor, who is associated with Dr. F. W. Dunn will leave the latter part of the week for Red Wing where he will visit his parents over the week-end. He is a recent graduate of the Palmer School of Chiropractic at Davenport, Iowa. ----"Only the choicest of hogs and matter to record thetheight and the Livestock will be given as prizes at locality in which he was flying. Mor- the Whetstone Valley Fair." ris Trilne. Aeroplanes Used To Hunt Wheat Rust W. N- Christopher who has been doing research work on the causes of wheat rust and who was the guest.of Allen W. Edson in Morris last week, reported that he had found puecinia graminus, the causal organism of black stem rust 16,000 feet in the air. Christopher Was sent with other men in airplanes to discover the traveling powers of the tiny organism. The way to catch paccinia gram- mus is as follows, according to Mr. Chl5stopher. A common microscopic plate is covered with vaseline and is e):posed to the air when the scientist l wishes to make a test at a eertan t height. Since any particle of min- ute organism that touches the plate sticks to it, puccinia geminus has no chance to get away, and it is a simple "Minnesota's Best" Crop Show "Minnesota's best" in toes and other vegetables, seeds of various kinds is to at the Minnesota Crop will be held in Minneapolis of December 13, 1921, by Horticultural society and Improvement and Potato sociations, all of which quarters at University "The apple crop is short says R. S. Mackintosh, the horticultural society, era should save the best gathering it when it is in condition for storage. should be wrapped in paper fully packed in strong rels and forwarded by press. All cold storage be paid by the society. and shipping directions nished on application to tary. q We have exceptional bargains in Used Cars. Come in and look them over--if you want a car come and see us. - The Park Garage I,thalmloio| 6 -Inch ion 1 IFm' Ihdc.,k @ ,.ndable Sparl Plugs Money Cheerfully Refunded iii i iiiii i iii i ii iii Announcing the of the New Clothing and Furnishing Goods Located In the Building Formerly the Davison Harness Shop Will Open Tuesday, September 20th With Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Furnishings and Work Clothes Here Are a Few Items That Are Money Savers For Men's Suits $22.50 and $25.00 Work Pants $3.50 values .......... $2.85 $6.00 values .......... $4.85 Heavy Wool Rib Pull- Over Sweaters $6.00 value $4.75 Boy's Caps Big values .............. 89c Men's Caps Big Values .......... $1.50 Young Men's Sheep Lined Coats Wombat Collar, full belt, 3/ size ...... $22.50 Heavy Khaki Union-Alia $1.65 Heavy Rib Cotton Sweaters Only ...................... $1.75 A Small Lot of Shoes, Odd Sizes $6.00; $7.00, and $8.00 values at ............ $2.98 Fine Wool Mackinaw $8.50 values .......... Heavy Blue and Jackets $1.50 value, only.. Cotton Hose Per pair .................. Heavy Canvass and Mittens Two pair for. ........... Heavy Wool Big Value at ............ Be Sure and Look Over Our Stock Before You Buy As I Can Save Money On Anything In Our Line. Manufacturers' Outlet Ortonville, M. MARK MONEY CHEERFULLY REFUNDED