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PAGE 2 i THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, O Dr. O. C. Selby, former veterinary I PERSONAL, SOCIAL of this city visited here Monday. Dr. t AND NEWS ITEMS Selhy is now located at Mankato. i, Ml. Win. Harding and Mrs. Ger- Dr. A. M. Strom was a caller in trude So'by of Montevideo, came Sun- Louisburg last Sunday. . (lay "night to attend Mrs. A. S. Halls' Mrs. M. Matzoll left Sumtay night funeral, which was held Monday after- for St. Paul to visit relatives. E. A. Erickson near Beardsley, was a business visitor here Friday. Dr. C. C. Olsen is the possessor of a new Cadillac Coupe, purchased re- cently. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Osen and son Harold visited friends in Madison last Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Ahrens of Belling- ham were guests at the Kaercher cot- tage Sunday. Lewis Kenney and Max Winters of Johnson, were business visitor on.e day last week. I The A. M. Soholt family of Madison 1 spent the week end at their cottage i on the Peninsula. ] Rtger Anderson left Sunday night for M!nntpoli, to resume his stvdiesl at th Unlvorlty. '*lrs. lr Grothe 'and dauKlhter Alma of Mflbank, visited friends in ts city oa Saturday, -4x-, 0. Mills, who is camping on the Pntnsula visited his brother in St. Pattl a few days last week. Rbert MaeMurphy left Sunday at0rnooh for Minneapolis, to resttme his studies at the University. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. McI)owell and infant daughter of Graceville, spent Sunday at the Bremer cottage. John E. Kienitz, Examiner for the Federal Land Bank of St. Paul was here Saturday making inspections. Mrs. Gamble of Aberdeen and sis- ter, Mrs. Thad Fuller of Milbank visited Peninsula friends Saturday. Mahlon MoweD- left Sunday nigh Minneapolis, where he will enroll at the University for this coming te. Miss Mary Harrison of Milbank, tanderwent an operation for appendi- Mrs. Cornelia Casler of Chicago, stopped off here on her way home from Spokane. During her visit here she is a guest at the C. E. Bremer cottage on the Peninsula. Big Stone and Lockwood baseball teams will play ball at Ed Broich's noon. ,place 0ct. 1st. This is the last game i,rs. Clarence Boyd and children, of the season. Come and see Lock- who have been camping at the Pen-[ - '  - ood s le pitcher. Game called at insula the greater part of the summer I 2:30. returned to their home at Aberdeen, I Miss Louise Munson has resigned on Monday. [her position with the Ortonville In. Miss Laura Michell accompanied by dependent and has accepted a po- her grand mother, Mrs. D. K. J. Clark sition with J. Arthur Matthews. Mis., Helen Hubbard will take Miss Mua- son's place at the Independent. Henry Sturgis and Elmer Foster who have been working in the har- vest fields of North Dakota and Can- ada, returned home on Monday night. They made the trip by car in com- pany with Ed. Sackrieter, who owns a farm in North Dakota. When they left Regina, Sask., they report that there ??as eight inches of snow on the ground. 0 Both are Goodyear Cords Here are the features that make this the best tire value in its price-class. left Monday morning for Minneapolis, where Miss Michell will restme her studie at the University. A. L. Ward and family, who have spent the greater part of the summer at their cottage on the Peninsula have closed same and returned to their home at Aberdeen. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kaercher motor- ed to Watertown, S. D., on Saturday evening to spend Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Odney. Mr. Odney js a brother of Mrs. Kaorcher's . Hal Knight motored over from Sis- seton on Sunday to get his mother, Mrs. A. M. Knight, who has closed her cottage on the Peninsula for this season and is returning to Sisseton. L. B. Olson, accompanied by his aunt, Mrs. Anna Gunderson, left this morning for Chicago, where the form- er will attend to business matters and where the latter will remain with rela- tives. Miss Christina Steen, who is train- ing to be a nurse returned to Minne- apolis on Sunday, after spending her vacation 'with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olai Steen, who reside near Clinton. Dr. R, D. Rifenbark leaves next Thursday for Minneapolis, to be gone about a week. While there he will at- tend the Minnesota State Osteopathic Association Convention to be held there Oct. 6 and 7. Miss Grace F. Kaercher left Tues- RD OF APPRECIATION 4. I her wish to express my thanks roSitv i Professional and to the busfless men and all friends in follow,-- ,Z r=--"the uairyow | Business Dil Ortouville, who have so freely contri- BE SlgRE YOU ATTEND6THE 4* buted towards the work of the Child- National Dairy Ortonville Electric ren's Hame Society of our State I.,V.,ibaTWINCITtE5 --Mrs. Annie L. Ellis, Dist. Supt. :t,tlat-rst+tt.ta OCT. 7-.14 E-VERYTHING ELECTRICAL Phone 49 for prompt and efficien _ j S. A BARR, Proprietor. The Facts in the Case ECENTLY there has been some re- vival of the story that the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) belongs to a trust, and is operated as a part of a larger organization directed by interests other than its Board of Directors. Such stories are absolutely and un- qualigedly false. The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is an independent corporation owned by 27,109 individual shareholders, many of them employees. No individual owns as much as I0 per cent ot the capital stock. The policies of the Company are formu- lated, and the practices directed, by a Board consisting of nine men, all actively engaged in this business, and in no other. Robert W. Stewart, Chairman W. M. Burton, lares/dent W. E. Warwick, Second Vice.President DR. CHAS. H. CABL VETERINARIAN Phones--Day 31, Night 51 Cinton DR. A. M. STROM Graduate Veterinarian Office in Wrm Cummens TeL 79 Ortonville, @ BELVA If& TW-CHER OF PIANO A2I ] HARMONY o FOR TRUCK al mr kind of light and A| Ot'de Given Prompt uer Bros. PHONE 268 DR. F. W. DUNN IROPIkCTOR ][k Ilk. WHITE, D. C., PL " Sph, mgrapher 1I14-I-I Shumaker CoL Wm. AUCTIONEER Tbtrty' experience. No on yotr propert Call or write t in an n early date. @rtvl @ COL. J. W. citis last Friday meriting at the lo- day to drive over the Seventh District cal hospital. , with Mrs. Mantey Fosseen, Chairmah Mrs. J. W. Harris and Miss Nancy I of the State Republican Woments Harris of Morris notored to this Club Committee of Minneapolis. They city last Monday to spend a fe',- days! visiting relatives, i Mrs. Leona Wilbur, Mrs. Zerbers! and Miss Mable Dint, motored to Ab-: erdeen on Monday, after spending a l few (lays at the Peninsula. t Attorney Howard Babcock motored! over from Sisseton on Sunday with;i his father, who took the train from here for Spring Valley, Minn. The Misses Agnes Rogochaska, Eli- zabeth Morris and Marjorie Kaer- cher drove to Dawson on Sunday to isit Miss Clara May Peterson. ! Miss Eva Rache of Portland, Ore-! gon, arrived Saturday afternoon and: spent a couple of days here, visiting! her cousin, Miss Louisa Munson. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Rehnke motored over from Wilmot on Saturday with their daughter Margaret, who had her tonsils removed at the Evangelical lospital. Mrs. H. C. Kelly and daughter, ac-I opanied by Mrs. Meyers and Miss l Margaret Kelly of Aberdeen, closed their cottage at the Peninsula and left Saturday by ear, for Redwood Falls, to visit a few days with rela- tives before leaving for Dallas, Tex- as, where they will spend the winter. expect to be gone a week. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Pederson, Pio- neer residents of Artichoke left Mon- day for St. Paul, where they have purchased a home. The-Pederson's have not as yet disposed of their farm located in Artichoke. i tT n It's toasted. This one extra proem gives'-a-delightful quality that oan not be duplioated p- ALL NEXT WEEK The 0brecht Stock Co. --- WITH --- Nat {Tobyl Crass That Funny Feller in LATE COMEDIES FEATURE VAUDEVILLE Between Acts SPECIAL SCENERY Opening Play, Monday, October 2 "Too Many Crooks" A 4 Act Comedy Drama Special Monday, October 2 One Lady F R E E with each paid admission Orpheum Theatre, 0rt0nville ALL NEXT WEEK--PRICES 25 AND 55c ADVANCE TICKET SALE AT PALM'S JEWELRY STORE. Full 10 percent oversize---4 inch tires actually 4.4 inches. Slightly flat tread -- rubber properly placed to give traction long-wear and easy steering. Tread rubber extends from bead to bead resisting rut-wear and curb-wear. Car.ass of 1 to 1 5-8 inches long staple Arizona a n d Egyptian cotton. (Full 1-4 inch longer than is ordinariZry used in tires of this type---giving greater resilience and tensile strength,) Cured on air--pressure from within that minimizes the pos- sibilities of hidden defects. Cords are built up on the ex- clusive Goodyear "Group-Ply" principle which reduces the in- ternal friction in the tire.- ONLY GOODYEAR CORDS HAVE ALL THESE FEA- TURES And we have these new Good- year CROSS-RIB CORDS for ale at prices usually asked for cord tires of unknown merit. COME IN TO-DAY . LET US QUOTE ON YOUR SIZE J. Arthur Matthews Ortonville, Minnesota. B. Parks, Third Vice-President E. G. Seubert, Fourth Vice.Pres., Sec. & Treas. Allan Jackson, Fifth Vice.President R. H. McElroy, Traffic Manager E. J. Bullock, Director of Purchases T. J. Thompson, General Manager--Sales These men are striving to manage the busi- ness of this Company so as to render the utmost of service to the people of the Mid- dle West; to furnish steady employment to 26,000 men and women; and to render a fair return to the stockholders on the capi- tal they have invested in the enterprise. The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) neither owes, nor acknowledges, allegiance to any individual or other organization. It stands squarely on its own feet and says proudly that its trying to do a big job in a big way. Standard Oil Company 910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago 2893 New low prices effective today make Overland beyond any shadow of doubt the greatest automobile value in America. New Prices: TOURING Was Now $550 : $525 ROADSTER Was Now $sso : $S25 Sherman & Slialinger Ginton, Nilmeseta wSZDu Today to I Real Itate, Merchandise, Pure and Farm Sales A SpecialtY Foc dates write me at OronVil Graduate of Jones Auction J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND PHONE,..--Res. 194, Furn. Store All Work Guaranteed Ortonville KODAK Prompt, Quality Service, Moderate THE REED DR. R. D. OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICI  One Block up hill from Gunde Store Vapor-Sulph Cabinet Tr(a (For Rheumatism, neuritis, q F. LL BROV '" JEWELER Ortonvtlle . - - C. E. SIGLOH for [XP[RT i l PHONE 254-L MIRRORS RESILVEBIP All Work Guaranteed UNIQUE SIGN SHOP Clinton, Minn. JOE BAYER & Of the Ortonville Tailering { All  Of Cleaning and mealy done Made to Order Ortvilk . . it ,., ELECTRIC SHOl SHOP Shoe8 zelmired neatly and Ore" Work Guaranteed G. - POWELL, Prep. '[ JOHN SPANYEI | last n.,m o an Ki / pre and Baggage [Tehone  Ortonvil PAUL t La.v and PIM 'mr fJuo Muem and. al kind8 of PETERSON & SOI DIMr MX FINCII gxpertenced Painter loete S-L &H Work Guaranteed ELMER "THE WE'LL DIGGER" l'jftoea YeaN' Experle Cerren, inn. 0