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SEPTEMBER 28, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE 7 k LL NEWS Birk was a passenger to Ap- Wednesday. Zimmerman was an Appleton Wednesday. lust Hartkopf was a passen- Tuesday. P. B. Greenfield and Mrs. T. motored to Appleton Tues- P. Classen and Mrs. P. S.I m otored to Appleton Thurs-I enna of Minneapolis at- business matters here Tues- Roske and Mr. and Mrs. I visited in Odessa Sun-t Lynn Woods and Mrs. Rube autoed to Montevideo Wed- WOods and R. R. George Grand Forks, N. D., Wed- Luchsinger has been ill Week but is reported as be- Ed. Birk left Monday night where she will spend shopping. lhrie of Dawson, spent a with relatives at the Chas last week. Roske and Chris Bottge me- where they attend- matters. ad Mrs. Axel Johnson of visited their daughters Ma- Sers Friday evening. a week with the at Johnson, Minn., she returned Tuesday Mrs. Chas Hudson, Miss Scott, Bernice and Eli- motored to Appleton evening. md Mrs. Chas. Hudson and Bernice and Elizabeth, Miss Kidder and Helen Vau- to Appleton, Madison Sunday. 4* FOSTER 1 marketed poultry in week. delivered potatoes last Thursday. Mrs. R. T. Stegner autoea Sunday, to visit with rela- called at several section Friday. He is g pigs. Joe Stalman visited Stallman home south of last Sunday. Mrs. Ed. Colwell are nter- party of relatives and St. Paul tiffs week. has disposed of his machinery and expects to Ortonvilte in the near fu- Mes, W. D. Sipes and by auto on Monday for they expect to make Cad Mrs. A. J. Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs. Elof Ham- were guests at the home Sunday. Stallman wound up the m this neighborhood the Week finishing the flax on and Lenhoff farms. of the large potato grow- vicinity expect to start They report rather but a fine quality of had considerable work farm south of the Step- house last week. They sow the entire quarter sec- Ladies Aid met with on Thursday af- was a large attend- a very. enjoyable meeting. place has not been ITEMS was an Ortonville vis- Mrs. W. J. K/rkey spent Ortonville. Flynn returned Thursday. and Dr. Traholt )olis Sunday. left Sunday for Du- he will visit frieneds. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Loft- Sept. 19, a daughter. and family have moved house in the south part Jordan arrived in Beards- to visit at the J. Jot- Toner returned Thurs- after a weeks visit at I.D. Mrs. Roy Davenport left a week's visit wlh W. lind family. arrived in Beards- to be present at the left Thursday mon Ill., where she will the coming year. has returned to St. wiR resume his school University. returned Saturday, af- trip to North Dakota, looking after his farm arrived Thursday from a load of thorobred have been add- of Earl Johnson. The Community was greatly shock- ed Wednesday morning, to hear of the i death of Mrs. James Moronev whose I sudden death was caused b" a fall down the basement stairs in her home. She had been down town less than a half hour before her fall. The fu- neral services were held at St. Mary's i Church in Beardsley at 10:00 Friday  morning. She was buried in the Graceville Cemete', beside her hus-: band. [ LAKESIDE NEWS ] Mrs. Glen Sanberg is on the sick! list this week. i Lindholm Bros., started-cron shred-i ding this week. Oscar Lofgren hauled a load of hoge to Clinton on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jasmer of Pipestonei are visiting at the Claus Johnson home. Pat Hanratty has rented the farm known as the old Tripp farm and moved there last week. A ntmber of Lakeside people visit- ed at the home of Andrew Larson in Malta township last Sunday. Henry Howen is busy hauling sand this week as he intends to put a foun- dation under his hog house. Mr. Kruser has rented the Plum- mer farm, formerly occupied by Emil Hegge and is moving this week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gustafson and children spent Sunday afternoon at the Ed. Gustafson farm, near Barry. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cartberg and Mr. and Mrs. F. Lewis and children of Clinton spent Sunday at Martin Lewis' home. Mrs. Earl Carlberg, Mrs. G. An- derson and Mrs. John Gustafson, call- ed on Mrs. Tom Schlimme on Satur- day afternoon. Gust Anderson, Aug. Nelson, Os- car Johnson and Walfred Nelson fami- lies spent Sunday at the Henry An- derson home, near Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gustafson and children and Mr. and Mrs. Struck of Clinton, spent Sunday afternoon l 4. 4.I I Northwest Almond | 4. Mahlon McCartney is employed o@n at the Chas. Gustafson home. ! Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwandt and of Mrs. W. J. A. Mews on Monday. i The farm formerly occupied by No-' sons autoed to Montevideo Sunday to Miss Lydia Schwandt, a member of CATARRH Catarrh is a Local disease greatly in- nan is under going repairs. A fulll spent the (lay with Mr. and Mrs. the Teachers' Training Class of Or- fluenced by Constitutional conditions. basement s" being constructed and an i George Schwandt. tonville, spent the week end with her HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con- addition to the house is going to be i Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grauer of parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Schwandt. sists of an Ointment which gives Quick Relief by local application, and the built. Mr. Moberg of Clinton is do - Detroit, Mich., arrived last week to The incoming Freshman Class were Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which actS visit the former's sister, Mrs. Max ent%ained by the members of the through the Blood on the Mucous Sure ing the cement work. Metiant and family. High School Wednesday evening at faces and assists in ridding your Systsizt of Catarrh. Mrs, William Mews, Sr., Mrs. Emil the school house and proper initative Sold by druggists for over 40 Yeax$. Swenson, Mrs. Charles Dieckow and ceremonies took place. Refreshments I F. $. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. M; Prl Dieekow were the guests were sewed. the Gust Miller farm. Ernest Benson is working for Thee. Anderson, of Graceville. Miss Millie Anderson visited at the home of Mrs. O. Benson on Wednes- day. Miss Hannah Young visited at the Dimbcrg home on Friday and Satur-  day. A farewell party was held at the home of Frank Tureen on Friday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Dimberg and family ,isited at the Alf. Young home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Dimberg, Miss Marie and Harold Dimberg, were Or- tonville shoppers on Saturday. Mrs. Hilmer Anderson, Mrs. Bert Rothwell, Mrs. Hilmer Johnson and their sons, were Ortonville visitors on Wednesday. Miss Grace Johnson went to Or- tonville Sunday to spend a few days. Jim LaLond left Sunday afternoon to join his family gt Oswego, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson of Correll, spent Sunday at the Ed. Mews home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bitney, re- turned Saturday from their auto trip to Grand Forks N. Dak. Mrs. Emil Swenson of Renville, ar- rived Saturday for a few days visit with her father, Ed. Mews. Mrs. Charles Dieckow and daugh- ter Pearl, of Portage, Wis., arrived Thursday to visit the former's uncle, Ed. Mews. Miss Valida Christensen and the Hamann young folks spent Sunday with the young folks at the W. J. A. Mews home i '/ iroofed Friction generated by gain- hag road hold, and multi- plied by every touch of the brake, causes heat which destroys rubber and is the foe of tire life. 84% Fric- tion-Proofed Brunswick Tires are showing such. enormous endurance and such satisfaction that they arc creating an entirely new conception of tire service. A test will convince you. 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Located just a short distance from good fish pond. For sale by owner, William R. Finch, Ortonville, Minnesota. Buy direct. No agency commission.