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PAGE i ....... THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ........................... THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5 Y.-'_' ,[ONAL BUY AT HOME MOVEMENT THE NATIONAL BUY-AT-HOME MOVEMENT is a great national co- operative league of loyal, home-loving people of the different communities throughout the nation, banded to- gether for the conservation, growth and development of our smaller cities, towns and villages. This great movement presents to the business men and citizens of each ommunity an opportunity to oin their various interests and build a permanent, buy-at-home organization which will afford immediate, personal and lasting benefits to every ,man, woman and child in their community. The getting started part is simply a matter of each individual making a resolution to boost the home com- munity at every opportunity; to do all of their buying at home and work to- gether in everything that will help make the home town a bigger, better and more prosperous town in which to live. The adoption of eh a reso- lution by the citizens of any com- munity will stimulate community in- to_rest and co-operation to such an extent that there is nothing that can- not be undertaken and carried to achievement. Your interests are identical and why should you not stand together? The common good is your good. No one person can disconnect his affairs from that of the eommunity in which he Hves. Every responsibity of a communi-'- ty is a responsibility to the individual and the interests of the community can best be advanced by the united efforts and united activity of the en- tire community working together to develop that community to a bigger, busier and tmore progressive place in which to live and do business. It was civic pride and united effort that built most of our larvae cities. Are the men who are responsible for the building of these Cities any more pro- sive than the men intrusted with the building of your city or _commun- ity? Co-operation can and will do it, and the whole matter hinges on your will- ing'hess to do your part. 0.'1  Amendment N But Initial Step :For pu!a.,es thtt must inventions to delight their taste. THESE ARE GOOD UCH vegetables as the delicate pea vre best served in the liquor in hich they were cooked. Deviled Herring. Take two cupfuls of smoked boneless herring, half cupful of diced celery, one-fourth of a teaspoonful of mustard. two tablespoonfuls of minced green peppers, one-fourth of a teaspoonful of curry, one tablespoonful of minced onion, a fourth of a teaspoonful of Worcestershire sauce, two table- spoonfuls of butter, three tablespoon- fuls of flour, two cupfuls of tomato Juice and one cupful of buttered crumbs. Cut the herring into dice and let stand in a Warm water for forty- five minutes. Melt the butter; fry the celery, onion and pepper until softened. Add the fish, flour and seasonings, mix well and add to the tomato gradually. Let boll. Turn into but- tered ramekins, cover with crumbs and bake until brown. Bulgarian Dressing. Take three-fourths of a cupful of mayonnaise dressing, add one-half cup- ful of chili sauce, one teaspoonful of walnut catsup, one teaspoonful of Worcestershire sauce, one teaspoonful of vinegar, one-half teaspoonful each .of salt and paprika and one table- spoonful each of chopped red and green pepper. Mix well and chill be- fore serving. (@, 1922, by Wern Newa laper Union.) Chas. Browning: I've got it, don't want it, yet I wouldn't take a thou- sand dollars for it." Pinkie: "What is it?" Chas Browning: My bald head." You can deceive others easily, your- self, perhaps for a time, but Nature never. After Its Adoption Legislature Must Work Out Details of Plan Adoptiofi of Amendment No. l-- Rural Credits--is but an initial step in the establishment of a state rural credits system for Minnesota, says J. F. Reed, chairman of a special com- mittee of farm leaders that, is spon- soring the amendment, which eoaes up for consideration at the November 7 elections. "The amendment itself", says Mr. Reed, "paves the way for legislative action later, as it will lift the consti- tutional limitation that now prevents the establishment of a farm loan sys- tem such as farmers have needed for years. If the amendment falls to re- ceive the solid support of the rural districts, the legislature will remain powerless to take any steps whatso- ever, for without that support adop- tion seems improbable." While farm leaders obviously can not at this time state positively the intimate details the legislature may authorize after the amendment is adopted, they are agreed that the principle of amortization in the pay- ment of loans must be recognized. That is, loans mu be made for 30 to 35 years, with regular annual or semiannual installments, each install- ment to cover interest charges and a small payment on principal so as to retire the loan at the end of the per- iod. It is also agreed that tax pay- ers shall not bear the cost of the sys- tem, necessary overhead being met by ,..making the interest rate on loans enough higher than that paid on bonds to cover the expense. The Newspaper Visitor "And so you work in the composing room] Isn't that fine!" "I've been here 10 years." "Won't you sing something you've composed ?"--Life. ? Manufactured by The Brunswtck-Balke- Co[lender Co. I 84% Proofed Against Friction What 84% Friction- Proofed Means Friction is the enemy of tire life. The source of 95 blow-outs in 100. By special process Brunswick Tires are now 84% Friction- Proofed. A new con- ception of tire serv/ce is thus effected. Endur- ance is multiplied. Troubles are reduced to an amazing minimum. Owners of Brunswick Tires are gaining an en- tirely new conception of tire service. Made by a new, scientific process, the. --':es are revealing amazing endurance to road wear. ,j Friction is the enemy of tire life, for friction de- velops beat, and heat destroys the vitality of rub- her. 05 blowouts in 100 are charged to friction, to road burn. By this new process of compounding rubber '.. Brunswick Tires are made 84% Frictiox,,-Proof, the ultimate in road resistance yet attained, w Note, too,  84% Fricfion.lroofed Brunswick conforms to the standard Hst. It costs no more than standard tires. See this new Brunswick. Then enjoy multiplied servige, a minimum of t-e ORTONVILLE TIRE SHOP GLEN HARRIS, Proprietor I I00eep Blankets Now that the nights are growing cool- er your thoughts naturally run to warmer coverings. We have just received a complete line of those beautiful Beacon Blankets BATHROBE BLANKETS INDIAN BLANKETS JACQUARD COMFORTERS FANCY PLAID PAIRS TRAVELLING RUGS CRIBS Blankets of all kinds to suit every need and every purse. Also a complete line of comforters, sheets, sheetings and pillow cases. Schoen-Swenson Furniture Company Ortonville, Minn. REMEMBER-- Store One Cent Sale Oct. 12, 13and 14 Ortonville, Minn. Nearing the Time It is near the time your motor will be cold and hard to start. Think of Vesta Batteries. They will spin your motor. We have them, at prices that are right,  ! Y' or etter Service The Park Garage OSTLIND & KARN, Props. Phone 47 Ortonviile, Mhm. It's It's It's If it's is