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September 21, 1922

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SEPTEMBER 21, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT er|can ,ion rner SQUARE WITH LABOR kemote speech following the Convention, delivered before Peterson Post No. 1 of Gerald Barren of Clo- s new Legion Corn- declared: "We Legionaires square with labor. There a vast organized move- crush the labor unions. But ,ur sy,,npathies are with tie are triving for a decent of living, we must maintain neutrality in all labor disputes, in-ist that tiffs neutrality Has Live Legionaires American Legion agricultural a success," declares the Am- Herald. "It has come and eve,one is pleased with Two-Day fair of which might be proud. The after- especially pleasing. There .Everyone had a good time, Is satisfied, the Legion boys ard for days and days, get- but the satisfaction of for their home and their post. Not men of the town ed on to donate a cent to yet the Legion boys work have money m as a result of their venture. is proud of its Legionaire and Me on The Levee." on The Levee" will be of thousands of Legionair- over the nation who will New Orleans October 16-20 :ion National Convention. pier one thousand feet hundred feet wide, levee and parallel to the will house the convention seat more than 14,000 dele- visitors. The stage will eople, and voice magnifi- carry the addresses out Then thousand doI- spent in decorating this I. Tear Your Desk Figures To Pieces r :our desk figures to a committee of 30 New York business men adier General Sawyer, to President Hard- statement that all disabl- are well cared for, is on fact. They invited come to New York and see "the wretched condition dck and disabled veterans are placed." One- ew York's 2,800 tubercular n contract boarding practically no govern- / Gathers At Cloquet District Legion posts Minn., September regular monthly busi- session, Cloquet Le- 11 seize the opportunity to their Post Corn- Barren, as "State Cloquet Post Cammand- saw the member- its highest mark 280, es- building fund with a cards, and headed a celebration which for the building fund, talent play which netted Labor Day the post put picnic in honor of citizen. Among the 23rd will be District of Gilbert, Mayor Mayor Essling of Mahlum of Brainerd, of Minneapoli% Command- and Mrs. Anna Dickie Prominerrt labor be among the honored O NOTICES ! services in this Confirmation class Saturday. the Matt Larson School afternoon at 3:00 language. Rev. Me- will conduct the seE- are welcome. aU Methodist CurelL wices every nday ag- ree o'clock. Sunday tmhool o'clock. Imtlk Chmmh Walseth, Pastor services will be held in at 11:00 A. M. gll meet next 10:30 A M. Lutheran Chutv Nelson, Pastor. service Sunday. Sun- 12.00. Regular evening P. M., in the English Paul Eriekson of preach the sermon. Ckur J. Bockoven, Ptar service, 10:45 a. eet--- "The Law of Sunday School a. rm Evening preach- p. m. Sermon "Orig- All are invited to Eptseolml Haggans, Pastor next Sunday morn- the Methodist church. be---"A Pastors Fare- will b.e Baptisms and emhers at this service. at 11:45. Epworth At 7:45 the topic Investment of a Life." at both s Christian 8ieB, Sunday servlcee at 10:45 a. m_ Subject--"Reality" Wednesday service at 8:00 IX rm All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Trinity Lutheran Church. Pev. Aug. Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Every third Sunday services are in the English language and the other two Sundays in the German language. Sunday school after each service in English. Evangelical Assoeiation. G. E. Zech, Pastor (Big Stone City) Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m. United Evangelical Church. H. W. Kalas, Pastor Big Stone City.--Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. Preaching services at 11.'00 a.m. K.L.C.E. meeting at 7:00 p. r m. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m. Prtyer meetizg and Bible class will be held every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.. Joimaon.---Sunday school at 2:00, and preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. United Evangelical Church N. A. Eller, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll-Adelaide Circuit) OdessaSunday services as fol- lows: Preaching at 10:00 a. m. K. L. COUNTRY PRESS HAS ORGANIZED Will Enter Advertising Field To Pre. sent Claims for National Business At a meeting of representative pub- lishers of the weekly papers of the country, held in Chicago Aug. 26, the 'organization of a national co-opera- tive weekly press association was per- ' fected, the purpose of which is the en- tering of the advertising field for the securing of business for the country press. Two meetings had been held prev- iodMy, one on March 24 and another i May 19, when temporary organization] had been made. I At the Saturday meeting the tem-ll porary organization was made per- :manent and Herman Roe of the Northfietd (Minn.,) News was made president; O. J. Benjamin of Nevada (Iowa) Journal, secretary and treas- urer. The other members of the ex- ecutive committee of five are J. B. Haskins of the Lansing (Mich.,) Rec- ord; I. H. Marshall of the Mendota (Illinois,) Sun-Bulletin and John A. Kuypers of the DePerre (Wisconsin) Journal-Democrat. Arrangements were made for the incorporation of the association un- der the title, "Country Newspapers Inc." The new organization which is to enter the advertising field is to be owned and controlled by the publishers themselves. The publishers of each stat will elect one director and these 48 will elect the officers and an ex- ecutlve committee and formulate the policies of the corporation. Headquarters will be opened in New York city and later a branch office in Chicago, both to be under competent men. A corps of advertising solicitors will be put in the fiehl within a short time to present the claims of the coun- C. E. at 8:00 p. m. This is Young Peo- try press to the National advertisers ple's meeting open to all. Midweek and the agencies. prayer meeting Thursday evening at Before the Chicago meeting letters 8:00 p. m. Women's Missionary So- with invitations to join the movement ciety last Thursday of the months at hut been sent out to all the weekly 2:30 p.m. Class in Catechism every publishers of the United States and Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. ,many had pledged their support. A Correll--Sunday services a fol-: rate book will be published and solici- tors will at once be put in the field. lows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. The movement is far reaching and Preaching at 8:15 p.m. Ladies' Aid will eventually be able to eliminate moots every two weeks on Thursday' the defects and draw backs of all the afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, old plans of handling the national ad- vertising of the country press. The response has started off with such en- i 08ns thusiasm from all parts of thecoun- try., that it is thought that it will not be long until all or nearly all country.  ftar-llo dc.lif:ixg weekly publishers will be listed in the  organization. r-. etthar the raaring o l/O to I for Do you reare that the .,.d...'  " Ford One-Ton Truck "/' at $430 is not only the most wonderful truck value ever offm but the most economical means of solving your haulage and detivery promoms, whether you are a farmer, morc2mt ca" ? Let us give you all the facts. H. L. McDOWELL GRACEVILLE, MINN. $18,000 SAVED ON 1,200 CARS Creameries Association Reports Freight Savings Twice As Large As Operating Cost Savings in freight rates on 1,200 carloads of butter, shipped through the Minnesota Co-operative Cream- eries association in its first year of active marketing work, amount to $180,000. The association announced today that economies in freight charges, brought about by shipping in carlots, amount to more than twice the total cost of operating the orgardzation. In other words, according to A. J. Me- Guile, general manager, the savings in freight rates already have paid totals 335 co-operative creameries. and theirpatrons more than the cost of the state agency, so that the other activities of the organization actually cost the farmers nothing at all. The membership of the association totals 335 co-opreative creameries. The state agency, launched last year, already covers all but five of the 86 counties in Minnesota. Fourteen ex- pert field men are at work helping creameries to improve the quality of their product to command higher prices, and to market in carload lots at lower transportation costs. --Advertise in the Ortonville Inde- pendent for results. Good News in Every Bank Book Small though the Bank Book is, if you practice Thrift, it will always hold more good news for you than even the daily new. l will always bring a smile and strengthen your hopes of a prosperous future. If you want an incentive, just take w:iat few dollars you can spare this week, bring them to s and start a Savings Account. We will add interest. r ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, Premdent. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, As't. Cashier. HOTEL CURTIS TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE . Minnesota Minneapolis TAe Norbhwats Newut and Lrgut Tranaient ttotelry One whole city block of beautiful Lobbie, Restaurants and Shops, Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinner. A la Carte and Table d 'Here Servim in the Main Reaurant. TARIFF ?l Room Private Baths, Slu Double $L00 Rooms, Private Batlm,  I:uble $S.0  Prtvte Baths. slm Doublo $4. Others ea i I I Illl I C L I I  | I Under Auspices and Management of Ralph M. Spink Post No. 97, American Legion I I I THREE BIG NIGHTS SEPT. 28-29-30 ORTONVILLE, MINN. II I Kewpie, Candy, Aluminum and Ham Racks, Merry-Go-Round, Free Attractions, Clown Band, Shows. Bigger and Better Than Last Year and That's Going Some. A complete Radio Set to be GIVEN AWAY the last night of the Carnival to party holding lucky number. This Radio Set will furnish Radio Concerts All Three Nights of the Carnival. I I II DANCING EACH NIGHT at the , EAHToNKA Pavilion Music by HARDING and his MELODY "5" SUPREME LET'S GO! i