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PAGE 6 I THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER @ 1 CLINTON NEWS ] There wiiI bo no preacLi:g services ill the M. E. church next Sunday. Ray Beay came dowr from Ireck- enridge to :peml Sunday at home. Mru. Otto P, eran and the bo:&apos; re- turned on \\;eiimsday from Lanes-! boro, :MLu. Charles Gh,.:ser purcha,md a new Overla,d C-,pe la.% week from the S. and S. Gara;re. hlrs. S. P. 'ieeu and baby dau'h-] ter are visikh;" this week with rela-i tires at tixwic, Mip, n. I Ca;1 I..,:m,, will leave on Suntay I to conti:l> )i: tudies at the Agricul- i tural :c=c:q ::, Morris. Ed: Englund of Calloway, Minn.,] visited ovtr Sunday at the home of his brother, G. tI. Englupd. Mrs. Henry Currigh: k,ft for the cities on Sunday, where s!-:e was call- ed by the death of a nephew. Rd]and Finberg visited at kome over Sun.'iay and returned to his school work at Faribault on Monday. Wesley Bender and Myron Watkins retur:,el to their homes here on Sun- day, from Rockford, N. Dak., where tile 5- hae been employed in the rail- read .:-,on. The fathers of the boys ,rove up by car to bring them home. I The l,e'ion Auxiliaxy have obtain- e, the u,e oC the rooms above Oison Bro<, store and will use them as a ImCz,,:2 piece :ill*winter. The rooms 'were formerly used by the Floy Scouts. who have not as yet found a ]place for their weekly meetings, but havo hopeful prospects in view. Mrs. F,11i: of Minneapolis, was in Clintm- from Saturday" night to Tues- day morning in the interests of the Jean Martin Brown orphans receiv- ing home. She was a guest at the J. H. Eriekson home during her stay in Clinton. Mrs. Ellis has a pair of seven year twins boys for whom she i is trying to find a home. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin left on] Tuesday for Johnson Station, where{ they w]] visit for a few days before: leaving by ear for California, to make;. their future home. Mr and Mrs. ley and the trip was made in Rev.} which receives great praise from all NOTICE We mu< not cea:e to Fenske's car. i who have seen it. The admission mon- Owing to the scarcity of hay we communi'.y in which we live A political meetin was hehl ill thei .(as returned at the office and find it necessary to raise the price of larger i'..cme, nor neglect to town hall on Wednesday afternoon, shotla,, the manage.met..( be so fortun- milk from 9c a'quart to 10c a (tllai'% those (i-inn's ,.viich must be and Magnus Johnson, candidate for ate as't, secure this pcture for some commencing on the 1st day of Octe- rdv:-,-e :,o bterot: of Governor on the Farmer-l,abor ticket future date there is no doubt if would ber. our chibireu, "d our oral(sen spoke on the issues of the day. The be greeted by a crowded house. Win. Cummens, 'ren. meeting' was quite well attended. The W. C. T. U. which met in the Rolen-Hegge Co., --c--- Judge Steidl and Chas. Salmon:son el- church parlors on We(h:esday was --Read the ads every so a&h-essed tim audience in .he in- well attended. Mrs. F. J. Johnson V.E. Kallberg. terests of theh" campaign, gave a very interesting report of her 2?be Reading Circle met Monday trip as delegate to the Stae Conven- night at the home of Miss Bess Wil- lion at St. Paul. The members of l liams. A short program was follow- the Union presented their president, i ed by a social evening. Peach short Mrs. Beaty with a traveling case, ini EAGLE cake with whipped cream was serv- honor of her hirthday which came on ed with coffee. The subject of study that (late, and Mrs. Beaty had plann- for the corn n, year is "Prominent ed a surprise for the members and American Women." The next meet- guests in the form of a large birth- ing will be held Oct. 9, at the home day cake with candles. The next i For Sale at your Dealer Made in flve of Mrs. Alton Sherman. meeting will be held Oct llth and the ASK FOR  YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND The Ladies Aid will meet next Wed- hostesses will be Mrs. Win. Chase, EAGLE MIKADO inesday in the church parlor. This Mrs. Dimberg and Mrs. Finberg. ! i EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK meeting wilt be known as a "due so- ciable". All members are requested --Let The Independent Print It i to bring dues. This meeting is also.] for the election of officers. The hos- tesses are: Mrs. Heath, Mrs. Swank, Mr. and Mrs. Towberman, who have Martin have lived in this vicinity for l been making their home with the several years and their kindly ways! Mat(hews' will sperd the winter in and cheerful optimistic dispositions i MissOuri. lwon them many friends who wish l Mr: and Mrs. Earl Lyman left by l them success in'their new home. I automobile on Su.May for Willistn'll Rev. Johnston left Monday morn- I N Dak, where t my lll make their - " J ing to attend the annual Northern( future home t ""nn s ta ......... . [ 1II e "o Yletnoms uonzerence, i Mr and Mr Merhn Shannon mov- . .._,_ :-  ........... , ..... ] WlllClk 1 uelng nolo S weez a[ ed out to the ' -yank farm last Thurs- l Chisholm. Rev. John ....... ....... -, day and "rc w comfortably settled o rnnnnid b tv T-To,,an  n. i in their ne\\;  onle ' :' . tonville and "Rev Fenske of Beards-[ A party <)f friends and relatives " , lanned a Aeasant surprise on Mrs. C. Joimson on Wednesday after- :soon iI '" mor of her birthday. The .Swedish La4ies Aid will meet on Ti,,ay afternoon, Oct. 6, at the tmme of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Swenson. All are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Jasmer of Pipe- stone.were guests for a few days of last ,reek at the home of Mrs. Jas- r, er's ?uunt, Mrs. Claus Johnson. Rev. Johnson purchased this week from the, S and S Garage, a Ford car, which wEl ratly faeilitae his rips to his charge in Pleasant Valley. Miss Anderson returned to her choot work here this week, after a week's stay at Hawley, where she went to be present at the funeral of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Matthe,&s and son left on Sunday by car for Moor- head, where they go to make their home and look after the Matthews farm interests. L. E. Britton and family, who have ccupied the Dr. Kiesau place for the past two year% left last week for their old home at Postville, Iowa, to spend the winter. Carl and Oscar Nelson, Carl Beaty and Will Johnson, came down from their work at Breckenridge and spent Wednesday at home. They returned Thursday morning. The pupils of the Clinton schools re giving a pageant on Thursday af- ternoon at the school house, as part )f the program commemorating Francis Willard's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sweezy with 2heir road working equipment pull- ed out Monday afternoon to begin work on the road near Ortonville, af- ter which they go to Willmar. A steel ceiling ha, been put in the 5th and 6th grade rooms at the school house this week, which adds greatly to the appearance of the room. The work was done by E. G. Dalseth. C. E. Smith of Brentford, S. Dak., brought to Clinton last week, a large bunch of horses which were sold here on Saturday at public auction. The horses were all sohl and brought good prices. Ambrose Paffrath and Clarence Thomas who have been working near Fairmount have decided to change their location and are on their i X way to Seattle, Wash., where they e - pMt to find employment. r. Philips, High School Inspector from the State Department, visited the Clinton school on Tuesday. He especially commended the condition of the school library, which is un- der the management of Miss Josie Olson. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gongol arriv- ed in Clinton on Monday. They will make their home in the rooms re-, cently occupied by the R. B. lall family. The people of Clinton are glad to welcome this young couple as citizens in our tmm. Prof. Davis, D. G. Nybeck and the troop of Boy Scouts drove to Big Stone Lake last Friday after school and enjoyed the autmnn afternoon with contests swimming tests, and a social hour around the camp fire. The boys are looking fmvard to pleasant winter of scout activities There is nothing so FINE as a Taylor made Suit or Overcoat And there is noth- in. so KEEN -r . as their Price. Come in and look over our line. Ortonville Dry Cleaners QUALITY FIRST-- --THEN SERVICE M. Shannon and Mrs. Beaty. Corn- ,rot(tees will be appointed at this meeting for the annual church baz- aar. The large audience in attendance at the movies Saturday night were doom- ed to disappointment when after the fourth reel the film broke and its brittle condition prevented it from be- ing repaired for use that evening. The picture was "Over the hills," a wonderful picture of eleven reels, "FOR. SALE at A'UCTI ON t .... Having decided to quit farming I will sell at Public Auction on the Kaercher Farm, near Ortonville depot, the following list of personal pro- per(y, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1922 Sale Commences at 1 o'clock HORSES 1 Grey Gelding, 4 yrs. old wt. 1400 1 Sorrell Gelding, 4 yrs. old ,xt. 1400 1 Team Bay Geldings, 6 and 7 years old, weight 2800 1 Grey Mare, 6 yrs. old, wt. 1300 1 Black Mare, 7 yrs. old, % 1300 1 Black Colt, 5 months old. 1 Wagon with Hay Rack 1 Truck Wagon with Hay Rack 1 Manure Spreader 1 Mann Bone Grinder 1 Oats Sprouter 1 Klondyke Incubator, 2511 egg size 1 Swill Cart 1 Steel Water Tank, 8 foot 1 Lawn Mower 1 Grind Stone 1 Detroit Oil Stove 3 Sets Good Heavy Work Harness 2 Sets Hay Slings 1 12-ft Dining Table 1 Bed with Springs i Good Steel Range 4 Kitchen Chairs 1 Good Scale, 2000 lbs. Canned fruits, Pickles and vegeta- bles 50 bushel Spuds, some carrots and Cabbage. POULTRY I00 Full Blooded Plymouth Rocks 40 Full Blooded White Leghorns 29 Toulouse Geese Tools, Forks and other articles too numerous to mention. MACHINERY 1 new John Deer Corn Planter, No. 999 I New John Deere Corn Cultivator 1 nearly new La Crosse Corn Culti- vator. 1 New Gale Surface Cultivator 1 Deering Corn Binder 1 Van Brunt Drill 1 Rock Island Disc, 8 foot 1 Deering Grain Binder, 6 foot 1 McCormick Mower 1 Hay Rake i Hay Bucker 1 Rock Island Sulky Plow, 16 inch 1 Emerson Sulky Plow, 16 inch 1 Good Sleigh 1 Set Bob Sleighs 1 Four Section Harrow 1 Box Wagon FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS: All sums of $I0.00 and under cask Sums over that amount, time will be given until October I, 1923, on good bankable paper bearing interst at the rate of 8 per cent. A. E. SCHAFER, OWNER COL Wm. WELLENDORF, Auctioneer. GOLD & COMPANY STATE BANK, Clerk "Plus a substantial balance"-- At a meeting of farmers and business men of eleven counties in Ellsworth, Wis., F. A. Sprin- ger, banker at Elmwood, said: "Old lady Dairy Cow produces in this state annually a sum equal to two and half times the entire mortgage debt on our farms, plus a substantial bal- ance. She has been a lifesaver r ' in this state the past two yea s. Not so hard hit Read this, from the August business bulletin of the National City Bank of New York: ......... ,:: .............. ' "During the depression the districts in which dairying was an important factor have been much less affected than others. Although dairy products declined in price the decline was less than in the case of grains and cotton. Dairying means diversi- fied farming; pigs and the production of animal foods." Changing from the grain farming to diversified farming as financial conditions permit must come in this section. This bank realizes that and offers its facilities to aid in every way possible. Firs00 State Bank Odessa, Minnesota Talking Sense If all of the counties in Minnesota had produced butter in 1921 at the same rate Carver county did ($8.12 for every farm acre in the county) the state's creamery output in 1921 would have yield- ed $218,099,351.12 instead of $65,805,969.24. More and better dairy cows will create untold new wealth throughout the Northwest. Farmers of Big Stone and Traverse Counties x find The First National Bank of Graceville and the Johnson State Bank always willing and ready to aid in the promotion of diversified farming. The farmers MUST realize the necessity of raising more corn, more hogs, more chickens, and engaging in dairy- ing. ....... -'   "WHAT OTHER COUNTIES HAVE DONE j .  ... THIS SECTION CAN DO." Wisconsin's annual dairy out- ,00o0000.0or,00u. First National Bank $1(R),(R)0,(R)0 more than Minne- sota's. - Graceville, Minnesota "WHAT WISCONSIN HAS DONE THIS STATE CAN DO." Johnson State Bank Johnson, Minnesota The First National Bank of Ortonville IY!