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OCTOBER 20, 1921 ..................... i ........ Independent EVERY THURSDAY by the &amp; Merchants Printing Co. President Harris, Vice.president F, Lundgren, Secretary Walter Dinnell, Treasurer OF DIRECTORS Walter Dinnel John Kaercher 01son I,. E. I,andgren Grace F. Kaercher A. B. Kaereher Managing Editor as second-class matter at the post office at Minn., under the Act of $2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application Advt. Representative. SELECT LIST. Bank, St. Paul St., - - Minneapolis 1 ON RIGHT TRACK. olis Journal in a recent "Perhaps the most threat- in the present economic the inability of the farmer fis products off the farm, ex- loss. The prices he them are so low in re- its expenses that crop move- seriously affected. Fifteen and twenty-five cent corn losses on the farm. farmer cannot sell at a liv- he cannot meet his obliga- can buy what he need. of agriculture means slowing down of buM- retardation of manufacture, of unemployment. factor in producing low the farm is high freight thing that is most needed for rescuing the far- his  predicament--out of the predicament of all lower railroad rates." indeed encouraging to note press is commencing to the farmer .is really lsing sent prices of farm pro- "out of the farmers' arises the predicament o farmers become business Will all unite as one man to produce or to sell any until they receive for a Price that will net a profit cost of production and a rate of interest on therr When the farmers do this not need to bother about the Problems or railroad rates, will attend to those just so long a the farmer grain for nothing aml those who buy it will to do so. waits until those who products says to him: are selling your produce will wait a mighty long fair minded creditor to stay in business, )lesale or retail, will at- the farmer to sell prices, b/at wilt assist and to organize and to credit system that will to make a reason- season of low prices and rates and high interest taxes will put seventy- of the farmers in the districts out of bust- A DAY OF PRAYER. as someone has of November when for Limitation of Ar- meet on the third anni- end of the Great War, Day in the Chris- declares the Christian Other religious organizations, and rspapers agree in urging a day of religious ser- The Christian Her- Welcome a united call to the World's Evangelical Federal Council of all church bodies in all World in a united, petitlon might be felt by Part in the deligerations The Inter-church Minn., has proposed now and November 11 Gospel of Christ ev- preach 'Peace on and the Chris- m our land by earnest devoted activity should the necessary spiritual DsmTnament Confer- day it meets "the city should arrange of worship and of DUluth Herald empha- the suggestion. It will have been no aOment in profane his- "when this conference and that mudh of conference "depends of public senti- it." charged with action, it will for the delegates to ambitions am] tin- with the suc- c.ss of the confercnce. Every indi- vidual who thinks and ta!ks peaze, and every organization--especially ev- ery retie'ious organization--that urges action towmd peace, Will be making the hope of peace that much greater. "If the players and devotions and importunities of the Christian peop;: of America can be directed upon this focus of the world's attonton, they cannot fait to give vitality and ln- rea.e to whatever of that spirit there may be i the conference." On November llth says The Chris- tian Centmy, summing up the opin- ions of other spokesmen for the crurch, "Every church-bell in America houM ring and every whisUe in the length and breadth of the land blow, at the hour appointed for the opening of lhe conference on disarmament at Washington. On that day---even the a week-day--Christian-minded peop!e should assemble in churches for prayer and song. Schools and courts and leg- islatures should adjourn. Work should be stopped, as far as possible, during the hour of assembly, that the people might give themselves to worship and reflection. Street cars could well halt for five minutes--a concession which has been granted by transportation corporations for more than one occa- sion of far less importance than this. "It is not too soon for ministers and church leaders to begin preparation for a mighty welcome to this first real international peace conference. The public mind ought to be made to vi- brate with solicitude and hope. Ear- nest, deep-rooted expectancy ought to be created in every community. No Sunday in September and October should "be allowed to pass without somereference in prayer or pulpit ut- terance to the significanse of this first explicit, practical attempt of the na- tions to persuade one another to beat their swords into plowshares and their 'pears into pruning hooks. ]t will he a reat religious event. The day of its realiaztion ought to be celebrated by the church with solemn joy as a religious festival. "This is the psychological moment ---the providential moment--for in struction that will both create and quicken the international mind in Arqerica. Ministers and all mdlders of public opinion, great and humble, shou'd saturate their own minds with the . urrent literature of peace. Such books as Will Irwin's 'The Next War," Kirby Page's 'The Sword or the Cross,' John Hutton's 'The Proposal of Jesus. 'Henry Churchill King's 'The New Mind for the New Ae,' Richard Roberts' 'The Untried Door'--to name only a few of the more luminous little volumes that come to mind--should be in the hands and hearts of all Christian laymen and ministers who earnestly seek to interpret the signs of our times with intelligence." A FEW FOOD FACTS. Do not be deceived into thinking that one egg or a slice of bread is equal in food value to ohe pound of beefsteak. It takes one pound of eggs or one pound of breaxl to have an equal value with one pound of beef- steak. A bar of milk chocolate is no a sufficient meal for anyone. It may be a cheap one or one which som people like, but it is not a gogd nour- ishingmeal, and must never be sub- stituted for potatoes, meat, and bread. If children feel well, strong, happy, and vigorous, and are g'owing as they should, you may be sure that the foods they are eating supply the needs of their body, i. e., make them grow, keep them warm, give them en- ergy for work. On the other hand if they do not feel well, tire quickly, or have frequent headaches, try to find out whether or not they are-eat- ing the proper food. Beside eating all the foods which 'ou can no more erect a good substantial, building with improper materials than you can prepare a nourish. meal from poor provisions. Pr''ide yourself with t h e Proper lumber by visiting our yards, )then go ahead  build safely and securely. Geiet Lumber Co. Ortonve Minn. THE ORTONVlLLE INDEPENDENT ;he kody needs every (lay lhe :ise person will drink net less than six glasses of water each day also. Re- member, too. what water does for the body. It make up three-fomth cf the l)odv's weight. It is the matcria , frem which blood is made. It car- ries the waste materials from the cells and traaports hem out of the body so that the poisons cannot do harm. It ak'o l:cel)s the joints and muscles "oiled" so that they can work witho, t friction. A certain amount of food must b.. taken into the hody each day for the reason that the body fire, like any other fire, is continuously burning out, and the body engine, like any othe' engine, must burn fuel to keep it go- ing. The only fuel which your bcdy engine can use is FOOD, therefore, see that your fire does not burn out for lack of the proper fuel. The usual rules for food often can- not be followed in sickness. A sick person should have some food, even though it may be light and in smaq mrtions. If the patient cares to eat it is often well to give him whatever he'asks for and encourage his eatrng as much as possible. In some case; no food can be given at all for a cer- tain period. The doctor or nurse arc best qualified to prescribe what a sick person may or may not have to eat. --See the views of Beautiful Big Stone Lake--re',ldy for framingat The Reed Studio. Ortonville. U Notice this delicious flavor when you smoke Lucky Strike --it's sealed in by the toasting process -Lunch At The Eat Shop Where Everything is home cooked. We serve a special dinner which includes meat, potatoes, gravy, bread, butter, an4 coffee for 30c Try it--You'll Come Again. Our Pies, cakes, doughnuts, cookies and sandwiches are all Home Made, and the coffee is the very b e s t quality, with pure cream. The Eat Shop J. A. Jacobsen, Prop. A Spinet ]3,e:00k of Solid Mahogany Chief among the merits that commend this desk is its convenience. A large roomy top, drawers for little writ- ing accessories and little cubby holes to hold the stationery and mail. Its spaciousness permits tidiness and makes working at it a pleasure. See these desks in different period styles at The M. M. Joh,,s,m Fu,'n. Co. PAGE Kodak Finishing Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from your favorite films. IK V Photo00r. R "r E = t . , -;, 00Why not get the When buying Meats get it at the ty ]q eat ]vla00-ket , You are sure then of getting only choice steaks, chops, roasts, stews, etc. LUNDSTROM & GEISEL, Ortonville I I I i Want Ad publicity is valuable pub licity--and costs but a trifle. C,)mfort . Professional and Business Directory ; C. E. SIGLOH !/! WIRING REPAIR|NG i : Phone 284-L ()r avilte, Minn. JOE BAYER & SON Of the Ortonville TMloring Co. All kinds of cleaning and presmng neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonville, Minn. } i!i Shoes repaired neatly and prompt- . ly. Our Work Guaranteed. i i GUS. E. ANDERSOI, Prop. : JOHN SPANYERS I Light Hauling of all Kimi [ Express and Baggage ''! 287 Telephone Ortonville, Minn. I PAUL DIRNBAUER r" Brick Layer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. i,'.! PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice i Phone 38 Ortonville, MinnJ _ Kdak I 0 PRINTING i:  ENLARGING i Prompt, Quality Service, Moderat, i Prices. }! THE REED STUDIO ! Ortonville Minn. ; : " DR. R. D. RIFENBARK i. OSTEOPATHIC PH'SICIAN i . One block uphill from Gmder's'i -2 l ,rug Store ., Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatmet . (For rheunmtism, neuritis, etc.) F. L BROWN  THE JEWELER i'!i Ortonvil'le, Minnesota i' FOR TRUCK SERVICE ! and any kind of light an heavy' ' draying ! Hausauer Bros.  PHONE 268 All Orders* Given Prompt Attention i ITH winter approaching the first thor for the comfort of the family usually is with reference to HEATING. Many hours of suffering and many dollars in doc- tor's bills are saved by the proper heating of the home to say nothing of the comfort A. B. KAERCHER Atto00ey at Law '00,i5 Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. : DR. F. W. DUNN.  CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITE, D. C., PH. t3. Spinographer 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Ortonville, Minn. Col. Wm. Wellendorf i" AUCTIONEER { ; 30 years' experience. No practie- !i: mg on your property. Call o ;, write me early and get in on an {( early date. }.% Ortonville, Mlnneota.; J. A. JOHNSON  PIANO TUNING AND "1 REPAIRING  ' PHONES--Reside.nee- 19A  Furniture Store - 88 ,, All Work Guaranteed   Ortonville, Minnesota. L WILL FINCH Experienced Painter Phone 235-L All Work Guaranteed *'rile WELL DIGGER" "r  Fifteen Years' F.z4mrlenee Ortenville, Mima. R.F.D. 2 afforded. * " "" " ,o matter,vha00,our,00eat, ng I1 may be I am able to offer you suggestions. I will be pleased to serve you. i AUGUST LINDERT ORTONVILLE < t I )i!" OCTOBER 20, 1921 ..................... i ........ Independent EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. President Harris, Vice.president F, Lundgren, Secretary Walter Dinnell, Treasurer OF DIRECTORS Walter Dinnel John Kaercher 01son I,. E. I,andgren Grace F. Kaercher A. B. Kaereher Managing Editor as second-class matter at the post office at Minn., under the Act of $2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application Advt. Representative. SELECT LIST. Bank, St. Paul St., - - Minneapolis 1 ON RIGHT TRACK. olis Journal in a recent "Perhaps the most threat- in the present economic the inability of the farmer fis products off the farm, ex- loss. The prices he them are so low in re- its expenses that crop move- seriously affected. Fifteen and twenty-five cent corn losses on the farm. farmer cannot sell at a liv- he cannot meet his obliga- can buy what he need. of agriculture means slowing down of buM- retardation of manufacture, of unemployment. factor in producing low the farm is high freight thing that is most needed for rescuing the far- his  predicament--out of the predicament of all lower railroad rates." indeed encouraging to note press is commencing to the farmer .is really lsing sent prices of farm pro- "out of the farmers' arises the predicament o farmers become business Will all unite as one man to produce or to sell any until they receive for a Price that will net a profit cost of production and a rate of interest on therr When the farmers do this not need to bother about the Problems or railroad rates, will attend to those just so long a the farmer grain for nothing aml those who buy it will to do so. waits until those who products says to him: are selling your produce will wait a mighty long fair minded creditor to stay in business, )lesale or retail, will at- the farmer to sell prices, b/at wilt assist and to organize and to credit system that will to make a reason- season of low prices and rates and high interest taxes will put seventy- of the farmers in the districts out of bust- A DAY OF PRAYER. as someone has of November when for Limitation of Ar- meet on the third anni- end of the Great War, Day in the Chris- declares the Christian Other religious organizations, and rspapers agree in urging a day of religious ser- The Christian Her- Welcome a united call to the World's Evangelical Federal Council of all church bodies in all World in a united, petitlon might be felt by Part in the deligerations The Inter-church Minn., has proposed now and November 11 Gospel of Christ ev- preach 'Peace on and the Chris- m our land by earnest devoted activity should the necessary spiritual DsmTnament Confer- day it meets "the city should arrange of worship and of DUluth Herald empha- the suggestion. It will have been no aOment in profane his- "when this conference and that mudh of conference "depends of public senti- it." charged with action, it will for the delegates to ambitions am] tin- with the suc- c.ss of the confercnce. Every indi- vidual who thinks and ta!ks peaze, and every organization--especially ev- ery retie'ious organization--that urges action towmd peace, Will be making the hope of peace that much greater. "If the players and devotions and importunities of the Christian peop;: of America can be directed upon this focus of the world's attonton, they cannot fait to give vitality and ln- rea.e to whatever of that spirit there may be i the conference." On November llth says The Chris- tian Centmy, summing up the opin- ions of other spokesmen for the crurch, "Every church-bell in America houM ring and every whisUe in the length and breadth of the land blow, at the hour appointed for the opening of lhe conference on disarmament at Washington. On that day---even the a week-day--Christian-minded peop!e should assemble in churches for prayer and song. Schools and courts and leg- islatures should adjourn. Work should be stopped, as far as possible, during the hour of assembly, that the people might give themselves to worship and reflection. Street cars could well halt for five minutes--a concession which has been granted by transportation corporations for more than one occa- sion of far less importance than this. "It is not too soon for ministers and church leaders to begin preparation for a mighty welcome to this first real international peace conference. The public mind ought to be made to vi- brate with solicitude and hope. Ear- nest, deep-rooted expectancy ought to be created in every community. No Sunday in September and October should "be allowed to pass without somereference in prayer or pulpit ut- terance to the significanse of this first explicit, practical attempt of the na- tions to persuade one another to beat their swords into plowshares and their 'pears into pruning hooks. ]t will he a reat religious event. The day of its realiaztion ought to be celebrated by the church with solemn joy as a religious festival. "This is the psychological moment ---the providential moment--for in struction that will both create and quicken the international mind in Arqerica. Ministers and all mdlders of public opinion, great and humble, shou'd saturate their own minds with the . urrent literature of peace. Such books as Will Irwin's 'The Next War," Kirby Page's 'The Sword or the Cross,' John Hutton's 'The Proposal of Jesus. 'Henry Churchill King's 'The New Mind for the New Ae,' Richard Roberts' 'The Untried Door'--to name only a few of the more luminous little volumes that come to mind--should be in the hands and hearts of all Christian laymen and ministers who earnestly seek to interpret the signs of our times with intelligence." A FEW FOOD FACTS. Do not be deceived into thinking that one egg or a slice of bread is equal in food value to ohe pound of beefsteak. It takes one pound of eggs or one pound of breaxl to have an equal value with one pound of beef- steak. A bar of milk chocolate is no a sufficient meal for anyone. It may be a cheap one or one which som people like, but it is not a gogd nour- ishingmeal, and must never be sub- stituted for potatoes, meat, and bread. If children feel well, strong, happy, and vigorous, and are g'owing as they should, you may be sure that the foods they are eating supply the needs of their body, i. e., make them grow, keep them warm, give them en- ergy for work. On the other hand if they do not feel well, tire quickly, or have frequent headaches, try to find out whether or not they are-eat- ing the proper food. Beside eating all the foods which 'ou can no more erect a good substantial, building with improper materials than you can prepare a nourish. meal from poor provisions. Pr''ide yourself with t h e Proper lumber by visiting our yards, )then go ahead  build safely and securely. Geiet Lumber Co. Ortonve Minn. THE ORTONVlLLE INDEPENDENT ;he kody needs every (lay lhe :ise person will drink net less than six glasses of water each day also. Re- member, too. what water does for the body. It make up three-fomth cf the l)odv's weight. It is the matcria , frem which blood is made. It car- ries the waste materials from the cells and traaports hem out of the body so that the poisons cannot do harm. It ak'o l:cel)s the joints and muscles "oiled" so that they can work witho, t friction. A certain amount of food must b.. taken into the hody each day for the reason that the body fire, like any other fire, is continuously burning out, and the body engine, like any othe' engine, must burn fuel to keep it go- ing. The only fuel which your bcdy engine can use is FOOD, therefore, see that your fire does not burn out for lack of the proper fuel. The usual rules for food often can- not be followed in sickness. A sick person should have some food, even though it may be light and in smaq mrtions. If the patient cares to eat it is often well to give him whatever he'asks for and encourage his eatrng as much as possible. In some case; no food can be given at all for a cer- tain period. The doctor or nurse arc best qualified to prescribe what a sick person may or may not have to eat. --See the views of Beautiful Big Stone Lake--re',ldy for framingat The Reed Studio. Ortonville. U Notice this delicious flavor when you smoke Lucky Strike --it's sealed in by the toasting process -Lunch At The Eat Shop Where Everything is home cooked. We serve a special dinner which includes meat, potatoes, gravy, bread, butter, an4 coffee for 30c Try it--You'll Come Again. Our Pies, cakes, doughnuts, cookies and sandwiches are all Home Made, and the coffee is the very b e s t quality, with pure cream. The Eat Shop J. A. Jacobsen, Prop. A Spinet ]3,e:00k of Solid Mahogany Chief among the merits that commend this desk is its convenience. A large roomy top, drawers for little writ- ing accessories and little cubby holes to hold the stationery and mail. Its spaciousness permits tidiness and makes working at it a pleasure. See these desks in different period styles at The M. M. Joh,,s,m Fu,'n. Co. PAGE Kodak Finishing Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from your favorite films. IK V Photo00r. R "r E = t . , -;, 00Why not get the When buying Meats get it at the ty ]q eat ]vla00-ket , You are sure then of getting only choice steaks, chops, roasts, stews, etc. LUNDSTROM & GEISEL, Ortonville I I I i Want Ad publicity is valuable pub licity--and costs but a trifle. C,)mfort . Professional and Business Directory ; C. E. SIGLOH !/! WIRING REPAIR|NG i : Phone 284-L ()r avilte, Minn. JOE BAYER & SON Of the Ortonville TMloring Co. All kinds of cleaning and presmng neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonville, Minn. } i!i Shoes repaired neatly and prompt- . ly. Our Work Guaranteed. i i GUS. E. ANDERSOI, Prop. : JOHN SPANYERS I Light Hauling of all Kimi [ Express and Baggage ''! 287 Telephone Ortonville, Minn. I PAUL DIRNBAUER r" Brick Layer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. i,'.! PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice i Phone 38 Ortonville, MinnJ _ Kdak I 0 PRINTING i:  ENLARGING i Prompt, Quality Service, Moderat, i Prices. }! THE REED STUDIO ! Ortonville Minn. ; : " DR. R. D. RIFENBARK i. OSTEOPATHIC PH'SICIAN i . One block uphill from Gmder's'i -2 l ,rug Store ., Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatmet . (For rheunmtism, neuritis, etc.) F. L BROWN  THE JEWELER i'!i Ortonvil'le, Minnesota i' FOR TRUCK SERVICE ! and any kind of light an heavy' ' draying ! Hausauer Bros.  PHONE 268 All Orders* Given Prompt Attention i ITH winter approaching the first thor for the comfort of the family usually is with reference to HEATING. Many hours of suffering and many dollars in doc- tor's bills are saved by the proper heating of the home to say nothing of the comfort A. B. KAERCHER Atto00ey at Law '00,i5 Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. : DR. F. W. DUNN.  CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITE, D. C., PH. t3. Spinographer 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Ortonville, Minn. Col. Wm. Wellendorf i" AUCTIONEER { ; 30 years' experience. No practie- !i: mg on your property. Call o ;, write me early and get in on an {( early date. }.% Ortonville, Mlnneota.; J. A. JOHNSON  PIANO TUNING AND "1 REPAIRING  ' PHONES--Reside.nee- 19A  Furniture Store - 88 ,, All Work Guaranteed   Ortonville, Minnesota. L WILL FINCH Experienced Painter Phone 235-L All Work Guaranteed *'rile WELL DIGGER" "r  Fifteen Years' F.z4mrlenee Ortenville, Mima. R.F.D. 2 afforded. * " "" " ,o matter,vha00,our,00eat, ng I1 may be I am able to offer you suggestions. I will be pleased to serve you. i AUGUST LINDERT ORTONVILLE < t I )i!" THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE , 1921 EVERY by the g C Lnndgreu, set .y , Trearer Walter Di John, Krcher l, . t,andgren Grace F. Kaereher A. B. Kez,er Maneag tle Post the Aet of . PER YEAR .pplltion eptativ - - o Milmpolis < the ee.fercuce. Every indi- dxe :ody needs every day the vase ual ho thinks and talk peae, es.,n will drink nt les than six :ual exely m.ganizaton--espoeialiyev ghlsms ef water each day alsn. ReI ) eligious Olanizalion--that urges memte tno what water does fcl t hel :tion toad peace. 11 be making body It mak up lhree fomths el[ tile hapo of peace that much gater. he L,,dy's weight It is the material] "h the players and devotions and qrtm hieh blood is made It cn- l mlwu un es of the Chr an peer rles the waste matezials from file eell ,f America can b. direct(d upon thlv und tra/;pol 1hem out of the body " h o's a  e U F " tilt O:e Infins canllot dn harm ! cannot fall to ive vffaUl cod t,- It a'w, ke(,s lh joints and muscles] "ene to where.or af that spirt there "oiled" so th:t the can w,rk wltho t mn he hi the cmffeence,* fr n I On Noemher h avs The Chrt A ce a n an eu o fee nus  i tim (entmy. summing'up the ogtn- taken ito the body each day for the] of other spokesmen for that lhe hmly fire, like any I u L "[:veiv c u eh-bel in other fire, is continuously buling rim, houll rln and e.,er and the body engine, Ilk e any othe, [ length and bladth of the engine, must burn fue to keep it go at the h,,ul ppginted for the npenlng ind. The only fuel which your hdy engine can use is FOOD, thefore, -- on Washington. On that day--yen the s that your fire d not burn out pper fuel. The usual rule for fol often can- sickness. A sick person should have som food, eve though it may be light and in small portion. If the patient s to eat it is often wen to We him whater heasks for and encourage his eating as much  possible. In some ease,: givea at all for a eer taln period. The doctor or nume are best qualified to pre14be what a iek :t week day Christlan-mindl pp! should assemble in churches for nd song. ehls and courts and leg. djourn. Work shou be topped, as far as possible, dufin the hour of assembly, that the ppI mnutas a has been granted by trasportatio corporations leade to begin pparatinr for a might internatlona pe conference. Th( public mlnd ought to be made ta vi. be created in every mmunlty, N Sunday in September and Octobe allowed to p withoui or pulpit nt epliet, practical attempt of the ha. the inabllity of th fa meat In s The prices he for them are so low in re- his expenses that crop move- riously cent losses c pruning hook, ', he cannot meet his liga- : a gat )ligious evenu The ,lay of Ln he u y the chuh with solemn Joy s a slowing down of busi-:lligiou festival. retaliation of mucture,! "This is the psychological moment of unemployment, l.-the v.idental moment--for In" factor in producin h,w structlon that will both create and be fa, m i hgh freight cuieken the international miml in e thng that is mo neled! A/,erica. inisters aml rescuing the far- ,,f pu,lic opln,u, great and humble, ,u of h.u,I saturate their own mind with (,f sill 1he, urrent literatu of p. Such rates." ] book a Wil lin's 'The Next War,'_ encouraging n oelrby Page's 'The Swol or the :Y press is eommevcing tn I Ceo,' John Huttou's 'The Pposal of the farmer s ally lsingl Jesus, 'Hemy Chu*hill King's 'The faro, p-I New Mind far the New .e,' Richard o.ly volu he i hands and hearts of all Christian a. men and ministers wh. earnestly seek to interpret the signs A FEW FOOD FAtYrs. Do not he deceived into thinking that one egg er a sli of brd is equal in food value to oe pound o It take n pound of mund of bl to have pound of beef- meal for anyone, It may he a cheap one or one which some people like. but it is not n ge?d nour- ishinmeaL and mt neverbe sub- stituted for potatoes, meat, and bad. If children fl well, strong, happy, and vigorous, and are they should, you may be sure that they a eating supply the their body, i. e.. make them grow, kp them wa, give them on On the other hand, and to organize and to if they dn not feel well, tire quicky, credit system that will frequent headhes, try o y a eat ins the proper feud. of low prices al Bidc eatlng a the foods whleh ares and high intest the falters in the districts out of bust- A DAy OF pRYER. Dn, for ycm poultry. t r. egg and e for Limitation of A i Receivers Day n Other religious mwanzations. a day of religious ser- eleome a united call to, Evangellcal Co.nell of ! all ehch hndie in all  [ laettlon might be felt by The lnechurch Gospel m ou land by evoted tivity the necesry spirituaI Disarmen t day Tou tan nn me erect should aan I gccd suhettia], bulb]lug of wohig aml of with improper material* DuLut h Herald emph- the saggetlon, than y con rl a Ii- --See the views of Beautiful Big Stone Lakredy for framingt Reed Studio. Ortonville. farme bome ',vail all unite as one man e or to sell any hey ive for price that will net a prefi cost of production rate of eros t. When the PrOblems or l'aill rate, those g and who buy to dn o. a are selling your produce LI fair minded to stay in in profane hi Pr:rlde yetf with the u a er lumber by vtting n onfen6e "depends yal, th go ekesd--bnild o pnbUe senti- rarely  tl. .... Gder Dlmber Co. oramot, delectable to OrtolW Notice this delidou flavor when you smoke Lucky Strike --it's sealed in by the masting pmss ( _.._. -Lunch At The Eat Shop Where Everything is home cooked. We serve a special dinner which includes meat, potatoes, gravy, bread, butter, and. coffee for 30c Try it--You'll Come Again. 0ur Pies, cakes, doughnuts, cookies and sandwiches are all Home Made, and the coffee is the very b e s t quality, with pure cream. The Eat Shop J. A. Jacobsen, Prop. A Spinet Desk of Solid Mahogany Chief among the merits that commend this desk is its convenience. A large roomy top, drawers for little writ- ing accessories and little eubby holes to hold the stationery and mail. Its spaciousness permits tidiness and makes working at it a pleasure. See these desks in different period styles at The M. M. Johnson Furn. Co. m Kodak Finishing ]1 Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from your favorite films. VIKRE Photographer Why not get the . BheEnS'Tyg Meats get it at the  City _ Meat Market You are sure then of getting only choice steaks, chops, roasts, stews, etc. LUNDSTROM & GEISEL, Ortoaville wt Ad publicity is valutble pub ieity--d coats but a trifle. Comfort WITH winter approaching the first thot for the comfort of the family usually is with reference to'HEATING Many hours of suffering and many dolIars in doc- tsr's bills are saved by the proper heating of the home to say nothing of the comfort afforded. No matter what your heating problem may be I am able to offer you suggestions. I will be pleased to serve you. AUGUST LINDERT ORTONVILLE Professional and '] Business Directory I - C?E00SIGLOH00---] B%IP% c [or [xpeft ...... ,. REPAIRING , Phone 284 b " , g?2 : I All knds of cleaning and psMng neaUy don SuBs blade to Od. MI. i I E LE(RIC SHOE i! 00.oP i i Shne repahed ntly and plxYmpt- ' i ly. Our Work GuanmteL ( JOHN SPANYERS ," Telephone 287 Ottonville, Ngi, 1 i) PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plater Stone Mean en tll gid Cement Work, o,-,o..,,.e. M,nn. . r. r,.,, PETERSON & SON Big Stone Lcke 1 i ) Phe 85 Ortonville, Mtnn:" Kodak ,E ..... i . PRINTING ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Mederah i * Pri. THE REED STUDIO ' Or tonvt/le Mhm r DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATRIC PH'81CIAN i One bIoek uhill fm Gdertm*x Vaor-gulphur Chiet Trestle For rheunlatism, neuritis, etc.)  F. L. BROWN  : . ...... FOR TRUCK SERVICE d any Idnd of light an4 Ima : draying ! Hausauer Bros. PHONE 268 i All Order*Given prompt Attelltlela i A. R. KAERCHER ":: Odd Pell BttUdfl Or tnville, Mi. DR. F. W. DUNN. CHIROPRACTOR D, D. WHITE. D. C.* PH. C S pinoffrapher 12-13-14d16 Shumaker Bids. Oronville, /alan. CoL Wm. Wellendorf AUCTIONEER 30 yeaxs' erpelne No pretle- ng on your property. Cdl vrite ms ely and get ia oa mrly date. Oaenvm Mlnattts J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND RE'AIRING PHONES---ReIImce. 19g Furniture Stere. g$ All Werk Gteed WILL FINCH lettend Painter Phene 15.L All Work Onantee ELMER SALSBURY HE WELL DIGEIt Fiftm Ye,# Egetl Ortoavllle.  R.F. IX W will [lay t]tu fellowltq[ ptlcet for Jk Old Its, ItIHl# te $10.1 lr |e em*t and hear7 IIam4to& ptr wme. Okl bge, emt It Iw& Old Rnbbe d   t to 1 mitt I: gmL Pipe FitOag tas lk'lthqt d lIoN ta in he Orteavtae mclry w.r. Mtue t,m t m I OCTOBER 20, 1921 ..................... i ........ Independent EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. President Harris, Vice.president F, Lundgren, Secretary Walter Dinnell, Treasurer OF DIRECTORS Walter Dinnel John Kaercher 01son I,. E. I,andgren Grace F. Kaercher A. B. Kaereher Managing Editor as second-class matter at the post office at Minn., under the Act of $2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application Advt. Representative. SELECT LIST. Bank, St. Paul St., - - Minneapolis 1 ON RIGHT TRACK. olis Journal in a recent "Perhaps the most threat- in the present economic the inability of the farmer fis products off the farm, ex- loss. The prices he them are so low in re- its expenses that crop move- seriously affected. Fifteen and twenty-five cent corn losses on the farm. farmer cannot sell at a liv- he cannot meet his obliga- can buy what he need. of agriculture means slowing down of buM- retardation of manufacture, of unemployment. factor in producing low the farm is high freight thing that is most needed for rescuing the far- his  predicament--out of the predicament of all lower railroad rates." indeed encouraging to note press is commencing to the farmer .is really lsing sent prices of farm pro- "out of the farmers' arises the predicament o farmers become business Will all unite as one man to produce or to sell any until they receive for a Price that will net a profit cost of production and a rate of interest on therr When the farmers do this not need to bother about the Problems or railroad rates, will attend to those just so long a the farmer grain for nothing aml those who buy it will to do so. waits until those who products says to him: are selling your produce will wait a mighty long fair minded creditor to stay in business, )lesale or retail, will at- the farmer to sell prices, b/at wilt assist and to organize and to credit system that will to make a reason- season of low prices and rates and high interest taxes will put seventy- of the farmers in the districts out of bust- A DAY OF PRAYER. as someone has of November when for Limitation of Ar- meet on the third anni- end of the Great War, Day in the Chris- declares the Christian Other religious organizations, and rspapers agree in urging a day of religious ser- The Christian Her- Welcome a united call to the World's Evangelical Federal Council of all church bodies in all World in a united, petitlon might be felt by Part in the deligerations The Inter-church Minn., has proposed now and November 11 Gospel of Christ ev- preach 'Peace on and the Chris- m our land by earnest devoted activity should the necessary spiritual DsmTnament Confer- day it meets "the city should arrange of worship and of DUluth Herald empha- the suggestion. It will have been no aOment in profane his- "when this conference and that mudh of conference "depends of public senti- it." charged with action, it will for the delegates to ambitions am] tin- with the suc- c.ss of the confercnce. Every indi- vidual who thinks and ta!ks peaze, and every organization--especially ev- ery retie'ious organization--that urges action towmd peace, Will be making the hope of peace that much greater. "If the players and devotions and importunities of the Christian peop;: of America can be directed upon this focus of the world's attonton, they cannot fait to give vitality and ln- rea.e to whatever of that spirit there may be i the conference." On November llth says The Chris- tian Centmy, summing up the opin- ions of other spokesmen for the crurch, "Every church-bell in America houM ring and every whisUe in the length and breadth of the land blow, at the hour appointed for the opening of lhe conference on disarmament at Washington. On that day---even the a week-day--Christian-minded peop!e should assemble in churches for prayer and song. Schools and courts and leg- islatures should adjourn. Work should be stopped, as far as possible, during the hour of assembly, that the people might give themselves to worship and reflection. Street cars could well halt for five minutes--a concession which has been granted by transportation corporations for more than one occa- sion of far less importance than this. "It is not too soon for ministers and church leaders to begin preparation for a mighty welcome to this first real international peace conference. The public mind ought to be made to vi- brate with solicitude and hope. Ear- nest, deep-rooted expectancy ought to be created in every community. No Sunday in September and October should "be allowed to pass without somereference in prayer or pulpit ut- terance to the significanse of this first explicit, practical attempt of the na- tions to persuade one another to beat their swords into plowshares and their 'pears into pruning hooks. ]t will he a reat religious event. The day of its realiaztion ought to be celebrated by the church with solemn joy as a religious festival. "This is the psychological moment ---the providential moment--for in struction that will both create and quicken the international mind in Arqerica. Ministers and all mdlders of public opinion, great and humble, shou'd saturate their own minds with the . urrent literature of peace. Such books as Will Irwin's 'The Next War," Kirby Page's 'The Sword or the Cross,' John Hutton's 'The Proposal of Jesus. 'Henry Churchill King's 'The New Mind for the New Ae,' Richard Roberts' 'The Untried Door'--to name only a few of the more luminous little volumes that come to mind--should be in the hands and hearts of all Christian laymen and ministers who earnestly seek to interpret the signs of our times with intelligence." A FEW FOOD FACTS. Do not be deceived into thinking that one egg or a slice of bread is equal in food value to ohe pound of beefsteak. It takes one pound of eggs or one pound of breaxl to have an equal value with one pound of beef- steak. A bar of milk chocolate is no a sufficient meal for anyone. It may be a cheap one or one which som people like, but it is not a gogd nour- ishingmeal, and must never be sub- stituted for potatoes, meat, and bread. If children feel well, strong, happy, and vigorous, and are g'owing as they should, you may be sure that the foods they are eating supply the needs of their body, i. e., make them grow, keep them warm, give them en- ergy for work. On the other hand if they do not feel well, tire quickly, or have frequent headaches, try to find out whether or not they are-eat- ing the proper food. Beside eating all the foods which 'ou can no more erect a good substantial, building with improper materials than you can prepare a nourish. meal from poor provisions. Pr''ide yourself with t h e Proper lumber by visiting our yards, )then go ahead  build safely and securely. Geiet Lumber Co. Ortonve Minn. THE ORTONVlLLE INDEPENDENT ;he kody needs every (lay lhe :ise person will drink net less than six glasses of water each day also. Re- member, too. what water does for the body. It make up three-fomth cf the l)odv's weight. It is the matcria , frem which blood is made. It car- ries the waste materials from the cells and traaports hem out of the body so that the poisons cannot do harm. It ak'o l:cel)s the joints and muscles "oiled" so that they can work witho, t friction. A certain amount of food must b.. taken into the hody each day for the reason that the body fire, like any other fire, is continuously burning out, and the body engine, like any othe' engine, must burn fuel to keep it go- ing. The only fuel which your bcdy engine can use is FOOD, therefore, see that your fire does not burn out for lack of the proper fuel. The usual rules for food often can- not be followed in sickness. A sick person should have some food, even though it may be light and in smaq mrtions. If the patient cares to eat it is often well to give him whatever he'asks for and encourage his eatrng as much as possible. In some case; no food can be given at all for a cer- tain period. The doctor or nurse arc best qualified to prescribe what a sick person may or may not have to eat. --See the views of Beautiful Big Stone Lake--re',ldy for framingat The Reed Studio. Ortonville. U Notice this delicious flavor when you smoke Lucky Strike --it's sealed in by the toasting process -Lunch At The Eat Shop Where Everything is home cooked. We serve a special dinner which includes meat, potatoes, gravy, bread, butter, an4 coffee for 30c Try it--You'll Come Again. Our Pies, cakes, doughnuts, cookies and sandwiches are all Home Made, and the coffee is the very b e s t quality, with pure cream. The Eat Shop J. A. Jacobsen, Prop. A Spinet ]3,e:00k of Solid Mahogany Chief among the merits that commend this desk is its convenience. A large roomy top, drawers for little writ- ing accessories and little cubby holes to hold the stationery and mail. Its spaciousness permits tidiness and makes working at it a pleasure. See these desks in different period styles at The M. M. Joh,,s,m Fu,'n. Co. PAGE Kodak Finishing Ask for particulars how to get free enlargements from your favorite films. IK V Photo00r. R "r E = t . , -;, 00Why not get the When buying Meats get it at the ty ]q eat ]vla00-ket , You are sure then of getting only choice steaks, chops, roasts, stews, etc. LUNDSTROM & GEISEL, Ortonville I I I i Want Ad publicity is valuable pub licity--and costs but a trifle. C,)mfort . Professional and Business Directory ; C. E. SIGLOH !/! WIRING REPAIR|NG i : Phone 284-L ()r avilte, Minn. JOE BAYER & SON Of the Ortonville TMloring Co. All kinds of cleaning and presmng neatly done. Suits Made to Order. Ortonville, Minn. } i!i Shoes repaired neatly and prompt- . ly. Our Work Guaranteed. i i GUS. E. ANDERSOI, Prop. : JOHN SPANYERS I Light Hauling of all Kimi [ Express and Baggage ''! 287 Telephone Ortonville, Minn. I PAUL DIRNBAUER r" Brick Layer and Plasterer Stone Mason and All Kinds of Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F.D. i,'.! PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice i Phone 38 Ortonville, MinnJ _ Kdak I 0 PRINTING i:  ENLARGING i Prompt, Quality Service, Moderat, i Prices. }! THE REED STUDIO ! Ortonville Minn. ; : " DR. R. D. RIFENBARK i. OSTEOPATHIC PH'SICIAN i . One block uphill from Gmder's'i -2 l ,rug Store ., Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatmet . (For rheunmtism, neuritis, etc.) F. L BROWN  THE JEWELER i'!i Ortonvil'le, Minnesota i' FOR TRUCK SERVICE ! and any kind of light an heavy' ' draying ! Hausauer Bros.  PHONE 268 All Orders* Given Prompt Attention i ITH winter approaching the first thor for the comfort of the family usually is with reference to HEATING. Many hours of suffering and many dollars in doc- tor's bills are saved by the proper heating of the home to say nothing of the comfort A. B. KAERCHER Atto00ey at Law '00,i5 Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. : DR. F. W. DUNN.  CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITE, D. C., PH. t3. Spinographer 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. Ortonville, Minn. Col. Wm. Wellendorf i" AUCTIONEER { ; 30 years' experience. No practie- !i: mg on your property. Call o ;, write me early and get in on an {( early date. }.% Ortonville, Mlnneota.; J. A. JOHNSON  PIANO TUNING AND "1 REPAIRING  ' PHONES--Reside.nee- 19A  Furniture Store - 88 ,, All Work Guaranteed   Ortonville, Minnesota. L WILL FINCH Experienced Painter Phone 235-L All Work Guaranteed *'rile WELL DIGGER" "r  Fifteen Years' F.z4mrlenee Ortenville, Mima. R.F.D. 2 afforded. * " "" " ,o matter,vha00,our,00eat, ng I1 may be I am able to offer you suggestions. I will be pleased to serve you. i AUGUST LINDERT ORTONVILLE < t I )i!"