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d THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER m -- I ;" ..... @ United Evangelical Church. I  [ I CtlURCH NOTICES I F.W. Agte, Pstor. ' Sub jl_ _ fib /O .... 'I CorreiI Sunday school at 10:30 a. i " ' n ' " qL, :,:; / Church of St. Joh. [al. Preaching at ,:30 p.m. ,  : i Rev. Ft. J. A. Sul'livan. / Odessa--Preaching service at i0:00. : \\; i [h ] Mas'; at 10:30 next Sunday mora-/a- m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. , ing, 0cuober 23. " ) K I,.C.E. at 8:00 p.m. i l-0 l J ,: T1, rill_, 1.   @ / Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school [ Swedish M. E. Church. I at 2:00 p. ,m.; preaching at 3:00 p. m. m ] A.J. Anderson, Pastor [ Akron Township Church Services \\; ' - Regular services n the secnd Sun- I dicntinued" ! We_ i lay of each month at 10:30 a. m. and [ The public is cordially invited to m 7:30 p.m. meet with us at all of these services- Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal ........ il [ " Church. /,non Lumeran nurcn. [ Rev. F. J. JohnSon. ) Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. ' T'12 I Regular services every Sunday of- [ Luther League will give a program M /-ernoon at three o'clock. ]Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock to ] Sunday school at twelve o'clock. I which'eveyor ne i's invited,. " ' m / * * " 1 Wednesday evening, October 26, the I / Trinity Lutheran Church. / men of the congregation are requested August Ba,ling, Pastor. Ire meet at the parsonage at eig'ht POTTER & GOWAN ' " "n ' Servme every Sunday at 10:00 a. oclock. Sunday, October 30, ajm t n m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. [ reformation program will be given in I unday school after each servic [ Zion Lutheran church by the members Proprietors of m English language. ] of the Luther League of Zion churci n @ 4. @ I and f the Nrwegian Lutheran Zh K rK f Emanue! Lutheran Church. [church. The Union Lutheran Choir e orne a e - Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. I will give several numbers. Luthe# en Church is located 3 miles east and I League will meet at the home of John .. 2 miles north of Odessa, Minn. [ Gustafson on the first Tuesday of Desire To Announce That Th% Are Serving A )t No services next Sunday, October[ November .... n|,,,.A  -- t ;g The conference 23, Ladies Aid will meet Thucsday I ; ope'ated it for afternoon at the Swan Olson home. ] --Have those Xmas Photos made IWlatC" Dinner and Plate ouuue c e ten located " @ @ @ now, 'at our studio. We give a gen- li de he venture Christian Science. : [uine leather easle case free with each Every Day Except Sunday m nd i i the ruins Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. order for a dozen or more photos. The {( Isla: d, Ill., and Subject, "Probation After Death." I Reed Studio, Ortonville. c aus 3ollee and Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. Al]l -- AT 30 CENTS are welccme to these services. Frel "Freddy, do you use slang?" reading room in their hall (Shumaker I "I'll tell the world I don'tI" -- --  building). Open every Tuesday and I DR. UHLER ONE OF LEADING Friday from to 5p.l, 1  Hot Sundaes, Bakery Goods, EDUCATORS OF. NORTHWEST Norwegian Lutheran. ] Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. ' t "IT Fresh Confectionery Dr. J. P. Uhler is serving his fortt- . Re.gular servmes next Sunday morn-] I  " eth year as professor of physics and mg m the Norwegian language at]   U applied mathematics at Gustavus 11:00 o'clock. Evening service in the / Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn. He English at 7:30 o'clock. / 1['![ T  "" haSing hadhis thestudentsUniqUegraduateeXperienCefromOf see-col. Eids Lutheran* * *Church [ IF00/f00rl/'v v X.laX !11[ lege and go out to rule over him as (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) _ ' , --\\;.-'- -- Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor.  U f.Z-'=+x__. 5 a SmerVices next Sunday at11 o'clock, is to intricate for us !  '-/ !-, RE ]  " " * * * " to handle when it I lililmmg:.i, First Congregational Church. .  X C '! V 56 [  Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor comes to Machine Re- _ c O .."::::- ! M Sunday morning preaching service, . . --- - I P'i C 0 [  10:45 a. m. Sermon subject, "Mak- pairing. We have the ---  S ' E D " 9' 4 [  mg Excuses. Sunday School, 11:5 " . ..... [  a. 2" Class?f for everybody. Even- eqmpmen o nanme   I [ g I i! ing preaching service 7:45 p. m. Sub- ,.  ,, ,q[][ R ] !I ject "qhe Eternal Christ." Special ills WOrK prompuy  D N   N |!}, ,music" at both. preaching, services. _ , . ,, I ml!' Fhursday--m,dwcek Bq, le study meet- and ertimenuy. i ?" services.  00urtis otfl [ S Methodist Episcopal. Bring It In  to, STREET AT FOURTH AVENUF- I s Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor.  MINNEAPOLIS ]: Services Sunday at the Methodist  The Northwest's Lorgest and Most Beauti/l l Church. Theme at 10:30--"Organized  All Roo,,,f.r Outide and Each Room ha. Private Bath I i:i:::]L Unselfishness." Sunday school at 12:00 __ m. Epworth League at7:00. Evening As S. HALLS = TARIFF: In the above picture Rev. J B. Idstrom (right) Carver, Minn., is explain- ing to Rev O. J. Arthur, (left), Dr. O. J. Johnson, Prof. if A Youngquist that this millstone represents the first attempt of the Minnesota conference to es- tablish an endowment lurid for Gustavus Adolphus College. built a flour mill at East Union, near Carver. Minn., 1865 and operated it for 10 years using the revenue for running expenses of the college then located at Carver. The building of the lillsbury mill in Minneapolis made the venture an unprofitable one and it was abandoned The stone was found in the ruins of the old mill last summer, by Dr. Gustav Andreen of Rock Island, Ill., and Rev. J. B. Idstrom. The stone was brought to Gustavus Adolphus College and now has an honored place in the college museum CAMPAIGN CHAIRMEN IN 20 CONFERENCE DISTRICTS Names of Well-Known Men Who Will Have Charge of Districts Drive for the $500,000 Fund. St. Peter, Minn., one of the oldest cities in the state, enjoys the rare distinction of having sent five gov- ernors to the state capitol. The Tra, verse de Sioux Indian treaty which ceded 21.000.000 acres of land to the United States was signed Just outside the city limits. The citizens of St. Peter have liberally supported Gustav- as Adolphus College during the "years that it has been located in that city. Dr O. J. Johnson president of this college since 1913, is bearing the heavy burden in the present campaign for $500,000. The following pastors DR, O. J. JOHNSON are the campaign chairmen of each of the 20 districts within the confer- ence and they have pledged their hearty support to the president in his appeal for funds: Albert Loreen, St. Paul; C. J, Petri, Minneapolis; C. O. Swan, Duluth; Herbert Magney, Ash- land, Wis.; A. E. Bomgren, Rice Lake, Wis.; Carl H. Olson, Duluth; C. E. Benson, Stillwater; L. B Benson, Red Wing; O. E. Clauson, St. Cloud; J. I. Bergstrand, Dassel; Titus Conrad, St. James; Oscar Ebb, Brunswick; N. A. Nelson, Cologne; C. W. Samuelson, Rush City; G. Rest, Lltchfleld; A. F. Lundquist, Winthrop; C. T. Carlson, Tolley, N. D.; E. T Alfson, Bismarck, N. D.; Ernest Martell, Wheaten; Emil Johnson, Alcester, S. D. GROWTH OF CONFERENCE HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL Gustavus Adolphus College Founded in 1862Graduatea Have Held Highest Positions In North west, The growth of the Lutheran Minne- sota Conference since its organiza- tion 63 years ago is part and parcel of the phenomenal growth of the great Northwest and is explained by the big tide of immigration from Swe- den during the years of 1850-90. Thous- ands of Swedish Lutherans settled here and grew up with the country taking an active part in making its history. It is said that they have fur- nlshed at least four governors of the state of Minnesota. This together with the orphan homes, hospitals,, acad- emies and the conference college they have built testify to the extraordinary way in which these vigorous pioneers performed their duty to God and their fellow man. Gustavus Adolphus College was founded hy the conference in 1862 at Carver, Minn, In 1875 it was moved o St. Peter, Minn., where it has since enjoyed a healthy gro'th. The 600 graduates of this college have held the highest positions in the gift of church and state in the great North- west, and many of them have become ducators of the highest rank. These !l.lumnt 1 nOWrespond|l to the ap- ril for funds and  equtvment that their Alma ater might go forward to ven r usefulness, DR.J.P. UHLER his pastor, state superintendefit of in- struction, district Judge, governor, and president of the board that em- ploys him. For many years he has been vice president of Gustavus Adolphus College, and spends his summers lecturing at the state uni- versity. He has had very flattering offers from the board of trustees of that university, but has preferred to remain as professor in a Lutheran church college. He is of sturdy Penn- sylvania Dutch stock, a graduate of Lafayette college, Easton. Pa., and is an ordained minister in the Lutheran Church. For many years he has been one of the leading educa[ors of the Northwest. It is largely his efforL coupled with that of a corps of teach- ers who have Served nearly as many years, that has made Gustavus Adolph- us College a great force in the history of the Northwest. Hen. Henry N. Benson is Head of Pension Fund Committee Sen c Henry N. tenson, St. Peter, Minh., one of the leading laymen of the Minnesota Conference -and the Lutheran Augustana Synod of which SENATOR HENRY N. BENSON the conference is a part, is president of the laymen's pension fund commit- tee which has recently raised a fund of $500,000 In the Augustana Synod to increase the, pension for retired pas- tdrs. Senator Benson is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus Colleg of the class of 189, aJd since 1902 lias been a member of the hoard of directors of that college, and for several years has been" Its president. He is serving his third term as state senator In i Minnesota and recently has been men. tioned as a candidate for Congress in the third dlstricL worship at '7:45. Third in a series of Conversations with Jesus, "The Mas- ter with Zaccheus." Prayer meeting and Bible study Tursday at 8:00 p. m. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. JohnsonPreaching services alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. I m .eo00.ie>o II[I Following the downward IIII !111 trend in prices is now offer- 111| Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms .at-- $1.50 to $2.00---Without Bath $2.00 to $5.00---With Bath With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection Auto Repairing and Good Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfids the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonvill Minn. Ortonville 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 --m 325 Rooms (Private Baths) Sint41e at $2.50--Doublc $3.50 -- 200 Rooma (Private Baths) Single at $. 00---Double $4.00 .... Others from $4.00 to $15.00 ! 00IIIIIIHfliilIIIlIIIIIIIliI,IIIIIIIIIIIlIiilIIliilIIlIIlIIilIIIIlIIIlIIMil Newest Styles in FALL HATS HEY'RE here all the new styles m Fall Hats. Brims are narrower crowns smaller. Gray is the p00pular color. A style and a color here that will please every taste. Prices are lower, too. s350 to s650 NEW STYLE SHOP E. B. PERSSON, Prop. o d THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER m -- I ;" ..... @ United Evangelical Church. I  [ I CtlURCH NOTICES I F.W. Agte, Pstor. ' Sub jl_ _ fib /O .... 'I CorreiI Sunday school at 10:30 a. i " ' n ' " qL, :,:; / Church of St. Joh. [al. Preaching at ,:30 p.m. ,  : i Rev. Ft. J. A. Sul'livan. / Odessa--Preaching service at i0:00. : \\; i [h ] Mas'; at 10:30 next Sunday mora-/a- m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. , ing, 0cuober 23. " ) K I,.C.E. at 8:00 p.m. i l-0 l J ,: T1, rill_, 1.   @ / Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school [ Swedish M. E. Church. I at 2:00 p. ,m.; preaching at 3:00 p. m. m ] A.J. Anderson, Pastor [ Akron Township Church Services \\; ' - Regular services n the secnd Sun- I dicntinued" ! We_ i lay of each month at 10:30 a. m. and [ The public is cordially invited to m 7:30 p.m. meet with us at all of these services- Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal ........ il [ " Church. /,non Lumeran nurcn. [ Rev. F. J. JohnSon. ) Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. ' T'12 I Regular services every Sunday of- [ Luther League will give a program M /-ernoon at three o'clock. ]Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock to ] Sunday school at twelve o'clock. I which'eveyor ne i's invited,. " ' m / * * " 1 Wednesday evening, October 26, the I / Trinity Lutheran Church. / men of the congregation are requested August Ba,ling, Pastor. Ire meet at the parsonage at eig'ht POTTER & GOWAN ' " "n ' Servme every Sunday at 10:00 a. oclock. Sunday, October 30, ajm t n m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. [ reformation program will be given in I unday school after each servic [ Zion Lutheran church by the members Proprietors of m English language. ] of the Luther League of Zion churci n @ 4. @ I and f the Nrwegian Lutheran Zh K rK f Emanue! Lutheran Church. [church. The Union Lutheran Choir e orne a e - Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. I will give several numbers. Luthe# en Church is located 3 miles east and I League will meet at the home of John .. 2 miles north of Odessa, Minn. [ Gustafson on the first Tuesday of Desire To Announce That Th% Are Serving A )t No services next Sunday, October[ November .... n|,,,.A  -- t ;g The conference 23, Ladies Aid will meet Thucsday I ; ope'ated it for afternoon at the Swan Olson home. ] --Have those Xmas Photos made IWlatC" Dinner and Plate ouuue c e ten located " @ @ @ now, 'at our studio. We give a gen- li de he venture Christian Science. : [uine leather easle case free with each Every Day Except Sunday m nd i i the ruins Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. order for a dozen or more photos. The {( Isla: d, Ill., and Subject, "Probation After Death." I Reed Studio, Ortonville. c aus 3ollee and Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. Al]l -- AT 30 CENTS are welccme to these services. Frel "Freddy, do you use slang?" reading room in their hall (Shumaker I "I'll tell the world I don'tI" -- --  building). Open every Tuesday and I DR. UHLER ONE OF LEADING Friday from to 5p.l, 1  Hot Sundaes, Bakery Goods, EDUCATORS OF. NORTHWEST Norwegian Lutheran. ] Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. ' t "IT Fresh Confectionery Dr. J. P. Uhler is serving his fortt- . Re.gular servmes next Sunday morn-] I  " eth year as professor of physics and mg m the Norwegian language at]   U applied mathematics at Gustavus 11:00 o'clock. Evening service in the / Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn. He English at 7:30 o'clock. / 1['![ T  "" haSing hadhis thestudentsUniqUegraduateeXperienCefromOf see-col. Eids Lutheran* * *Church [ IF00/f00rl/'v v X.laX !11[ lege and go out to rule over him as (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) _ ' , --\\;.-'- -- Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor.  U f.Z-'=+x__. 5 a SmerVices next Sunday at11 o'clock, is to intricate for us !  '-/ !-, RE ]  " " * * * " to handle when it I lililmmg:.i, First Congregational Church. .  X C '! V 56 [  Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor comes to Machine Re- _ c O .."::::- ! M Sunday morning preaching service, . . --- - I P'i C 0 [  10:45 a. m. Sermon subject, "Mak- pairing. We have the ---  S ' E D " 9' 4 [  mg Excuses. Sunday School, 11:5 " . ..... [  a. 2" Class?f for everybody. Even- eqmpmen o nanme   I [ g I i! ing preaching service 7:45 p. m. Sub- ,.  ,, ,q[][ R ] !I ject "qhe Eternal Christ." Special ills WOrK prompuy  D N   N |!}, ,music" at both. preaching, services. _ , . ,, I ml!' Fhursday--m,dwcek Bq, le study meet- and ertimenuy. i ?" services.  00urtis otfl [ S Methodist Episcopal. Bring It In  to, STREET AT FOURTH AVENUF- I s Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor.  MINNEAPOLIS ]: Services Sunday at the Methodist  The Northwest's Lorgest and Most Beauti/l l Church. Theme at 10:30--"Organized  All Roo,,,f.r Outide and Each Room ha. Private Bath I i:i:::]L Unselfishness." Sunday school at 12:00 __ m. Epworth League at7:00. Evening As S. HALLS = TARIFF: In the above picture Rev. J B. Idstrom (right) Carver, Minn., is explain- ing to Rev O. J. Arthur, (left), Dr. O. J. Johnson, Prof. if A Youngquist that this millstone represents the first attempt of the Minnesota conference to es- tablish an endowment lurid for Gustavus Adolphus College. built a flour mill at East Union, near Carver. Minn., 1865 and operated it for 10 years using the revenue for running expenses of the college then located at Carver. The building of the lillsbury mill in Minneapolis made the venture an unprofitable one and it was abandoned The stone was found in the ruins of the old mill last summer, by Dr. Gustav Andreen of Rock Island, Ill., and Rev. J. B. Idstrom. The stone was brought to Gustavus Adolphus College and now has an honored place in the college museum CAMPAIGN CHAIRMEN IN 20 CONFERENCE DISTRICTS Names of Well-Known Men Who Will Have Charge of Districts Drive for the $500,000 Fund. St. Peter, Minn., one of the oldest cities in the state, enjoys the rare distinction of having sent five gov- ernors to the state capitol. The Tra, verse de Sioux Indian treaty which ceded 21.000.000 acres of land to the United States was signed Just outside the city limits. The citizens of St. Peter have liberally supported Gustav- as Adolphus College during the "years that it has been located in that city. Dr O. J. Johnson president of this college since 1913, is bearing the heavy burden in the present campaign for $500,000. The following pastors DR, O. J. JOHNSON are the campaign chairmen of each of the 20 districts within the confer- ence and they have pledged their hearty support to the president in his appeal for funds: Albert Loreen, St. Paul; C. J, Petri, Minneapolis; C. O. Swan, Duluth; Herbert Magney, Ash- land, Wis.; A. E. Bomgren, Rice Lake, Wis.; Carl H. Olson, Duluth; C. E. Benson, Stillwater; L. B Benson, Red Wing; O. E. Clauson, St. Cloud; J. I. Bergstrand, Dassel; Titus Conrad, St. James; Oscar Ebb, Brunswick; N. A. Nelson, Cologne; C. W. Samuelson, Rush City; G. Rest, Lltchfleld; A. F. Lundquist, Winthrop; C. T. Carlson, Tolley, N. D.; E. T Alfson, Bismarck, N. D.; Ernest Martell, Wheaten; Emil Johnson, Alcester, S. D. GROWTH OF CONFERENCE HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL Gustavus Adolphus College Founded in 1862Graduatea Have Held Highest Positions In North west, The growth of the Lutheran Minne- sota Conference since its organiza- tion 63 years ago is part and parcel of the phenomenal growth of the great Northwest and is explained by the big tide of immigration from Swe- den during the years of 1850-90. Thous- ands of Swedish Lutherans settled here and grew up with the country taking an active part in making its history. It is said that they have fur- nlshed at least four governors of the state of Minnesota. This together with the orphan homes, hospitals,, acad- emies and the conference college they have built testify to the extraordinary way in which these vigorous pioneers performed their duty to God and their fellow man. Gustavus Adolphus College was founded hy the conference in 1862 at Carver, Minn, In 1875 it was moved o St. Peter, Minn., where it has since enjoyed a healthy gro'th. The 600 graduates of this college have held the highest positions in the gift of church and state in the great North- west, and many of them have become ducators of the highest rank. These !l.lumnt 1 nOWrespond|l to the ap- ril for funds and  equtvment that their Alma ater might go forward to ven r usefulness, DR.J.P. UHLER his pastor, state superintendefit of in- struction, district Judge, governor, and president of the board that em- ploys him. For many years he has been vice president of Gustavus Adolphus College, and spends his summers lecturing at the state uni- versity. He has had very flattering offers from the board of trustees of that university, but has preferred to remain as professor in a Lutheran church college. He is of sturdy Penn- sylvania Dutch stock, a graduate of Lafayette college, Easton. Pa., and is an ordained minister in the Lutheran Church. For many years he has been one of the leading educa[ors of the Northwest. It is largely his efforL coupled with that of a corps of teach- ers who have Served nearly as many years, that has made Gustavus Adolph- us College a great force in the history of the Northwest. Hen. Henry N. Benson is Head of Pension Fund Committee Sen c Henry N. tenson, St. Peter, Minh., one of the leading laymen of the Minnesota Conference -and the Lutheran Augustana Synod of which SENATOR HENRY N. BENSON the conference is a part, is president of the laymen's pension fund commit- tee which has recently raised a fund of $500,000 In the Augustana Synod to increase the, pension for retired pas- tdrs. Senator Benson is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus Colleg of the class of 189, aJd since 1902 lias been a member of the hoard of directors of that college, and for several years has been" Its president. He is serving his third term as state senator In i Minnesota and recently has been men. tioned as a candidate for Congress in the third dlstricL worship at '7:45. Third in a series of Conversations with Jesus, "The Mas- ter with Zaccheus." Prayer meeting and Bible study Tursday at 8:00 p. m. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. JohnsonPreaching services alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. I m .eo00.ie>o II[I Following the downward IIII !111 trend in prices is now offer- 111| Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms .at-- $1.50 to $2.00---Without Bath $2.00 to $5.00---With Bath With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection Auto Repairing and Good Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfids the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonvill Minn. Ortonville 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 --m 325 Rooms (Private Baths) Sint41e at $2.50--Doublc $3.50 -- 200 Rooma (Private Baths) Single at $. 00---Double $4.00 .... Others from $4.00 to $15.00 ! 00IIIIIIHfliilIIIlIIIIIIIliI,IIIIIIIIIIIlIiilIIliilIIlIIlIIilIIIIlIIIlIIMil Newest Styles in FALL HATS HEY'RE here all the new styles m Fall Hats. Brims are narrower crowns smaller. Gray is the p00pular color. A style and a color here that will please every taste. Prices are lower, too. s350 to s650 NEW STYLE SHOP E. B. PERSSON, Prop. o use SUSJECT TO UCE,SE AGREEME,T REPRUCTIO, OISSEMI,ATIO, STORAGE OISTRISUTIO, PROHISITEO / PAGE 6 THE ORTONVELLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. ;. ". @ I United Evangelical Church. [ I CHURCH NOTICES ! / F.w. A, Pstor. o .....  Carroll--Sunday hool at t0:30 n. Church of St, John, m. Preaching at 7;80  m, Roy. Fr. J, A. Surlivan. Odessa--Preaching rive n$10:e0.1 I @ @ @ Stein]e Schoolhouse--Sunday school 1 a a b3 ext Su v mor;; a.m. Sunday school at 11:0e a, m. ira,, o,.t.be, 23. K. L, C. E. at :o0 p. m. Swedish M. E, Church. I at 2:00 p. .; plea, hing at 3:00 p, m, A..I. Andern Pealer I ,kro Township Church Services Regular sea-ices on the sod Sun- ( 9coat nued. In the above picture Rev, J. B. Idetm (right) Carver, Mtnn* f plaln- lag to Roy, O, J, Arthur, (lea), Dr. O J Johnson, Prof. $. A. Younqulat that this mnletnoo roprs=ents the rst attempt ot the Minarets eoaeren to e tabll=h an endowment t.fld for Ouetav.e Adolph.s College. The contene buttt a Soar mill =t gut Union, near Carver, minn., lSS5 and operated it tot 10 years u.lng the venne for running expenses ot the cortege then located =t eaer, Te bnlldins ot the Inlsbury mill In MlnveapoUs made the venture U unprofitable one and It was atmndooed. The stone was found In the mine et the old mill last summer, by Dr. Ouster Aodreea oI RpeX Island, Ill, d Roy. J. B. Idstrom. The irene was hronght to Gustavae Adotphus Coile and w hag  honod place m the eoUe mascara. CAMPAIGN CHAIRMEN IN DR. UHLER ONE OF LEADING 20 CONFERENCE DISTRICTS EDUCATORS OF, NORTHWEST JNa| of WelI-Kno Men Who WIlt Have Charge of Dlltrlctm Drive Dr J. P. Uhler J serving his fortJ- for the $500,000 Fund. eLh year as proleesor ot physics and __ applied mthet Ins at Gustavne St. Peter* Mlnn* one of the oldest Adolphus CoUegn. St. Peter. Minn. He cities in thn elate, enioys the rare has had the unique experience of see. dletmc.lon of having sent We gov- ng ms stdeat graduate from sol ers to the smte cap,tel The 'rr. ee and o oat to rle over htm as ere de ioux Indian treaty which 'Med LO00.O00 acres of land to the IInRe StaLes was signed Just ontstde the city Smite. The lttzens nt St. eter hae liberally snpportod Gstav. l;s Adolphle College dnring the 5(; nrs that Jt has been located Jn that CITY. Dr. O. J. Johnson. preMdot o[ this college since 191L s bearing the for $oo.ooo. Te foUnu.mg DR, J, P. UHLER and preedent ot the board that ploys bm. or many yoars vee vredeot ot i Ado]phn nUoge, and evene eummers ]eu,rmg at the tate um I vereRy. He be had very atterln remam a proteseor m a DR, o. J. JOHNSON [ ohureh college. He I ol et yvana Daeh soc, m the mpagn chairmen ot ch La aye e  ege Ea on. Pa, and the gO dlstrlQt within the confer- an ordained minister tn fhe Luthnrs  and they hove pledged their Churoh kurty support to the peldent n bs e f th le dl ne o e a n ap] for fand: Alert lreea, St. Northwest It s largely hs paul; C. ft. PetrL mapons; C. O. I .pZed Rh that Iwn, Duluth; -lerbort Maey, Ah-, ere w W Col Iz Olson D 1 tb c B.; r , , uu ; , , gBCollegeagreatfortnt]lehletol Beo.Stm te L  en n Red w r, . . o , o he or hwee. WI; 0 . Chuso, t. Ooad; J. L ; Beretrand, Daseet; TR.= conrad, st. [ rame; o*o. rob. vr.nw: . . Hon, Henry N. Denson is Head Neleon, Cologne; C. W. uelson, '1 of Pension Fund Committee Rn city; O. Rast. Llteheld A. F. Lundqulet, Winthrop; c. T, Carlon. I ,roll.y. N, D,; . *P, Alfson, Blm&rek, Sou,. Henry N. 'enn, St, Peter, l. D,; Ernest MartelL Weaton; mtl ; MInh., one of the leading laymen of 3ohtmo. &lster. S.D. the Minnesota Conle'en nd the Lutheran Augustaa Synod e which GROWTH OF CONFERENCE ! HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL Qutv Adolphg| Co[leg Founded In Bq,2-Grdute HVO Held Highot Positions in North weal. The growth ot the Lutheran Mma ot Conferene sines its organlzw tton 63 years azo ta prt o[ the phenomenal growth ot the reat Northwos and te explaZned by te big tJdo of ImmigmU from ewe- en aurmg the 7ears o 1850-90. Thoue- de ot Swedish Lutberan eetto here and gw  with the contry tkm  active pt In making tte hitory. It hi said that they have fur- ; i etlshed at least to governors of the I the orphan home, hospitals, way In which these vou| pioneers i irfoed their duty to 0O4[ and their SENATOR HENRY N, BENTON 11ow mn, Onstas Adolphn College w of the laymen'a pension . founded by te confernee I l at Is a Iraduate ot thi eolleBe have held of Ouet Adolphus Colle of the the hlghut goltioz ia the glft o cla s of lgg'l, a sfnee 1902 os been thumb d tate ha ke great Nrrrth- i & member of the board of director ut, and y of them hme become of that qotlege. d for eeverea yeeal llR0r of th hghest ak. ,1lapse ha s heen Its preMdeft. He ie se[ug . am=t  leW?nluz to th* ap- ht ttrd m  ta 4tor lu f tte aria euhament that i maoota and ezztly  been mee. tt AIim/K%tr mht go fmvrd to i ttd as a odMate for ConEtss M i th tMrd dt|txtot. m. and= The pubIic is cordially invited to, 7:3O p, m. mnet with us at all of thse eeiees- j * V V V V Rv. F J. JohnSon. I Rev. Arnold NeIson, Pastor. RezIar rvices very Sunday e I ],uther League will give a pl'oglam moon at thee o'clock. ,Sundny evening at 7:30 o'clock to Sday chool at twe] o'c]k. .hleh everyone is m,Jled. @ @ @ 1 "tednesday evening, October 26 the Trinity Lutheran Chuh. I mn of the conmgtion ae iequestcd Auk*ust Bert]hag, Pttor, to incet at the parsonage nt eight ervi every Sunday at o'clock, Sunday, October 0, a joint n, or 2:00 p. m* reformation program will he given in undsy hoo[ after eh by the members Eagllsh huh ]angus-" . v and of the No'egian Lutheran ,! chnh. The Union Lutheran Choirl Roy. Arnold Neln, pqtor, willgive several nun]ber. Church is located 3 Leag 2 miles north of Odes, Minn. on the first. Tuesday No rvicee next Sunday, October 2K Ladies Aid will afternoon at the Swan OIson home. --Have those Xmas 'at our studio. We give a en. CLstial Seien Sunday rvie at 10:45  photos, The Subject, "Probation After Death." Rd Studio, Ortonvme. Wdnesday servi st 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to the servi F "Fldy, do you n siang?" reading om in their hall (Shnmaker "I'll tell the world l don'tP' 0052WeeL_ ovlbe T-12 POTTER & GOWAN Proprietors of The Korner Kafe Desire To Announce That They Are Plate Dinner and Plate Every Day Except Sunday AT 30 CENTS building). Open every Tueay and Friday f 3 to 5 p. Noegian L.thera.. ev. J. WaIseth, ptor. ng in the Noegi language at 11:00 o'elk. Evening rvice h, the English at 7:3O o'clock, Eids Lothian Church ( Eeven miles northeast of Ortonvmc) Roy. S. M, Moo of Clinton. Pastor. Seiees next Sunday First Congregational CJmreh. Paul J. Bockoveu, Pastor Sun,lay 10:45 a. m. Semen subject, "Mnk- in Excses." unday School, a.m. Ch, sses for everybody. ing prnehing lice 7:a5 p. m. Sub- jest ";'he Ernal Christ." Selal msic at both phlng "hu ay- hiE,, kB,neudymnet ng 7:45 p.m. All Methodist Eppa[. P, ev, G. L. Haggans, Pr, Services Sunday nt the m, Epworth League at 7:OO. Evening worhlp at 7:4. Thhd in n series nf with ,les, "The M=s- Prayer mectlng Bible atudy Thursday at 8;OO p, o ch.." o, %'. ......... United Ev#neliI Church* Roy. J. H. Mayne, Ptor Big Stone City.--Preaehing seiees m. K. L C. E. meeting st 7:30 p. m. Prhing Pm3nr mtlng and Bible be held every Wednesday evevng at 8:00 p. m. Johnn--Paehlng Sday at 8:0 p. No Work is to intricate for us to handle when it comes to Machine Re- pairing. We have the equipment to handle tiffs work promptly and efficiently Bring It In A. S. HALLS OrtenviGe Hot Sundaes, Bakery Fresh Confectionery i ghe gurtts ioteI TARIFF: 75 Rims,, (private gatlm) Single at $2 00--Double $3.O0 t25 Rnls (Private Bethel Single at $2 50Donble $3.0 200 Rttm (]'ri,atc Bath) f;ingle at 100Ooubh $4.00 ,, Obe from * no to $1500 THErWEST HOTEL Minneapoli& Minnot Following the ing rooms a- $2.00 to $5.Og-Wlth Bath With Moderate Pricot --Cafe-- In Conectlon Auto Repairing and Good Results Th e ettisaetion o f knowing that your c gr has been oxrhauled or repaired by  experl- end mehaole is worth much. Work done here is not lled eomplet iii it h be de zght, d tefls the stomer. All Kads of Geral Ptlrg. John Vipond AT JURGEN GARAGE Newest Styles in FALL HATS HEY'RE here--all the new styles in Fall Hats. Brims are narrower--crowns smaller. Gray is the popular color. A style and a color here that will please every taste. Prices are lower, too. s3.5o to *6 .50 NEW STYLE SHOP E. B. PERSSON, Prop. l d THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, OCTOBER m -- I ;" ..... @ United Evangelical Church. I  [ I CtlURCH NOTICES I F.W. Agte, Pstor. ' Sub jl_ _ fib /O .... 'I CorreiI Sunday school at 10:30 a. i " ' n ' " qL, :,:; / Church of St. Joh. [al. Preaching at ,:30 p.m. ,  : i Rev. Ft. J. A. Sul'livan. / Odessa--Preaching service at i0:00. : \\; i [h ] Mas'; at 10:30 next Sunday mora-/a- m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. , ing, 0cuober 23. " ) K I,.C.E. at 8:00 p.m. i l-0 l J ,: T1, rill_, 1.   @ / Steinle Schoolhouse--Sunday school [ Swedish M. E. Church. I at 2:00 p. ,m.; preaching at 3:00 p. m. m ] A.J. Anderson, Pastor [ Akron Township Church Services \\; ' - Regular services n the secnd Sun- I dicntinued" ! We_ i lay of each month at 10:30 a. m. and [ The public is cordially invited to m 7:30 p.m. meet with us at all of these services- Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal ........ il [ " Church. /,non Lumeran nurcn. [ Rev. F. J. JohnSon. ) Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. ' T'12 I Regular services every Sunday of- [ Luther League will give a program M /-ernoon at three o'clock. ]Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock to ] Sunday school at twelve o'clock. I which'eveyor ne i's invited,. " ' m / * * " 1 Wednesday evening, October 26, the I / Trinity Lutheran Church. / men of the congregation are requested August Ba,ling, Pastor. Ire meet at the parsonage at eig'ht POTTER & GOWAN ' " "n ' Servme every Sunday at 10:00 a. oclock. Sunday, October 30, ajm t n m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. [ reformation program will be given in I unday school after each servic [ Zion Lutheran church by the members Proprietors of m English language. ] of the Luther League of Zion churci n @ 4. @ I and f the Nrwegian Lutheran Zh K rK f Emanue! Lutheran Church. [church. The Union Lutheran Choir e orne a e - Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. I will give several numbers. Luthe# en Church is located 3 miles east and I League will meet at the home of John .. 2 miles north of Odessa, Minn. [ Gustafson on the first Tuesday of Desire To Announce That Th% Are Serving A )t No services next Sunday, October[ November .... n|,,,.A  -- t ;g The conference 23, Ladies Aid will meet Thucsday I ; ope'ated it for afternoon at the Swan Olson home. ] --Have those Xmas Photos made IWlatC" Dinner and Plate ouuue c e t en located " @ @ @ now, 'at our studio. We give a gen- li de he venture Christian Science. : [uine leather easle case free with each Every Day Except Sunday m nd i i the ruins Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. order for a dozen or more photos. The {( Isla: d, Ill., and Subject, "Probation After Death." I Reed Studio, Ortonville. c aus 3ollee and Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. Al]l -- AT 30 CENTS are welccme to these services. Frel "Freddy, do you use slang?" reading room in their hall (Shumaker I "I'll tell the world I don'tI" -- --  building). Open every Tuesday and I DR. UHLER ONE OF LEADING Friday from to 5p.l, 1  Hot Sundaes, Bakery Goods, EDUCATORS OF. NORTHWEST Norwegian Lutheran. ] Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. ' t "IT Fresh Confectionery Dr. J. P. Uhler is serving his fortt- . Re.gular servmes next Sunday morn-] I  " eth year as professor of physics and mg m the Norwegian language at]   U applied mathematics at Gustavus 11:00 o'clock. Evening service in the / Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn. He English at 7:30 o'clock. / 1['![ T  "" haSing hadhis thestudentsUniqUegraduateeXperienCefromOf see-col. Eids Lutheran* * *Church [ IF00/f00rl/'v v X.laX !11[ lege and go out to rule over him as (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) _ ' , --\\;.-'- -- Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor.  U f.Z-'=+x__. 5 a SmerVices next Sunday at11 o'clock, is to intricate for us !  '-/ !-, RE ]  " " * * * " to handle when it I lililmmg:.i, First Congregational Church. .  X C '! V 56 [  Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor comes to Machine Re- _ c O .."::::- ! M Sunday morning preaching service, . . --- - I P'i C 0 [  10:45 a. m. Sermon subject, "Mak- pairing. We have the ---  S ' E D " 9' 4 [  mg Excuses. Sunday School, 11:5 " . ..... [  a. 2" Class?f for everybody. Even- eqmpmen o nanme   I [ g I i! ing preaching service 7:45 p. m. Sub- ,.  ,, ,q[][ R ] !I ject "qhe Eternal Christ." Special ills WOrK prompuy  D N   N |!}, ,music" at both. preaching, services. _ , . ,, I ml!' Fhursday--m,dwcek Bq, le study meet- and ertimenuy. i ?" services.  00urtis otfl [ S Methodist Episcopal. Bring It In  to, STREET AT FOURTH AVENUF- I s Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor.  MINNEAPOLIS ]: Services Sunday at the Methodist  The Northwest's Lorgest and Most Beauti/l l Church. Theme at 10:30--"Organized  All Roo,,,f.r Outide and Each Room ha. Private Bath I i:i:::]L Unselfishness." Sunday school at 12:00 __ m. Epworth League at7:00. Evening As S. HALLS = TARIFF: In the above picture Rev. J B. Idstrom (right) Carver, Minn., is explain- ing to Rev O. J. Arthur, (left), Dr. O. J. Johnson, Prof. if A Youngquist that this millstone represents the first attempt of the Minnesota conference to es- tablish an endowment lurid for Gustavus Adolphus College. built a flour mill at East Union, near Carver. Minn., 1865 and operated it for 10 years using the revenue for running expenses of the college then located at Carver. The building of the lillsbury mill in Minneapolis made the venture an unprofitable one and it was abandoned The stone was found in the ruins of the old mill last summer, by Dr. Gustav Andreen of Rock Island, Ill., and Rev. J. B. Idstrom. The stone was brought to Gustavus Adolphus College and now has an honored place in the college museum CAMPAIGN CHAIRMEN IN 20 CONFERENCE DISTRICTS Names of Well-Known Men Who Will Have Charge of Districts Drive for the $500,000 Fund. St. Peter, Minn., one of the oldest cities in the state, enjoys the rare distinction of having sent five gov- ernors to the state capitol. The Tra, verse de Sioux Indian treaty which ceded 21.000.000 acres of land to the United States was signed Just outside the city limits. The citizens of St. Peter have liberally supported Gustav- as Adolphus College during the "years that it has been located in that city. Dr O. J. Johnson president of this college since 1913, is bearing the heavy burden in the present campaign for $500,000. The following pastors DR, O. J. JOHNSON are the campaign chairmen of each of the 20 districts within the confer- ence and they have pledged their hearty support to the president in his appeal for funds: Albert Loreen, St. Paul; C. J, Petri, Minneapolis; C. O. Swan, Duluth; Herbert Magney, Ash- land, Wis.; A. E. Bomgren, Rice Lake, Wis.; Carl H. Olson, Duluth; C. E. Benson, Stillwater; L. B Benson, Red Wing; O. E. Clauson, St. Cloud; J. I. Bergstrand, Dassel; Titus Conrad, St. James; Oscar Ebb, Brunswick; N. A. Nelson, Cologne; C. W. Samuelson, Rush City; G. Rest, Lltchfleld; A. F. Lundquist, Winthrop; C. T. Carlson, Tolley, N. D.; E. T Alfson, Bismarck, N. D.; Ernest Martell, Wheaten; Emil Johnson, Alcester, S. D. GROWTH OF CONFERENCE HAS BEEN PHENOMENAL Gustavus Adolphus College Founded in 1862Graduatea Have Held Highest Positions In North west, The growth of the Lutheran Minne- sota Conference since its organiza- tion 63 years ago is part and parcel of the phenomenal growth of the great Northwest and is explained by the big tide of immigration from Swe- den during the years of 1850-90. Thous- ands of Swedish Lutherans settled here and grew up with the country taking an active part in making its history. It is said that they have fur- nlshed at least four governors of the state of Minnesota. This together with the orphan homes, hospitals,, acad- emies and the conference college they have built testify to the extraordinary way in which these vigorous pioneers performed their duty to God and their fellow man. Gustavus Adolphus College was founded hy the conference in 1862 at Carver, Minn, In 1875 it was moved o St. Peter, Minn., where it has since enjoyed a healthy gro'th. The 600 graduates of this college have held the highest positions in the gift of church and state in the great North- west, and many of them have become ducators of the highest rank. These !l.lumnt 1 nOWrespond|l to the ap- ril for funds and  equtvment that their Alma ater might go forward to ven r usefulness, DR.J.P. UHLER his pastor, state superintendefit of in- struction, district Judge, governor, and president of the board that em- ploys him. For many years he has been vice president of Gustavus Adolphus College, and spends his summers lecturing at the state uni- versity. He has had very flattering offers from the board of trustees of that university, but has preferred to remain as professor in a Lutheran church college. He is of sturdy Penn- sylvania Dutch stock, a graduate of Lafayette college, Easton. Pa., and is an ordained minister in the Lutheran Church. For many years he has been one of the leading educa[ors of the Northwest. It is largely his efforL coupled with that of a corps of teach- ers who have Served nearly as many years, that has made Gustavus Adolph- us College a great force in the history of the Northwest. Hen. Henry N. Benson is Head of Pension Fund Committee Sen c Henry N. tenson, St. Peter, Minh., one of the leading laymen of the Minnesota Conference -and the Lutheran Augustana Synod of which SENATOR HENRY N. BENSON the conference is a part, is president of the laymen's pension fund commit- tee which has recently raised a fund of $500,000 In the Augustana Synod to increase the, pension for retired pas- tdrs. Senator Benson is a graduate of Gustavus Adolphus Colleg of the class of 189, aJd since 1902 lias been a member of the hoard of directors of that college, and for several years has been" Its president. He is serving his third term as state senator In i Minnesota and recently has been men. tioned as a candidate for Congress in the third dlstricL worship at '7:45. Third in a series of Conversations with Jesus, "The Mas- ter with Zaccheus." Prayer meeting and Bible study Tursday at 8:00 p. m. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. JohnsonPreaching services alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. I m .eo00.ie>o II[I Following the downward IIII !111 trend in prices is now offer- 111| Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms .at-- $1.50 to $2.00---Without Bath $2.00 to $5.00---With Bath With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- In Connection Auto Repairing and Good Results The satisfaction o f knowing that your car has been overhauled or repaired by an experi- enced mechanic is worth much. Work done here is not called complete until it has been done right, and satisfids the customer. All Kinds of General Repairing. John Vipond AT JURGEN'S GARAGE Ortonvill Minn. Ortonville 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 --m 325 Rooms (Private Baths) Sint41e at $2.50--Doublc $3.50 -- 200 Rooma (Private Baths) Single at $. 00---Double $4.00 .... Others from $4.00 to $15.00 ! 00IIIIIIHfliilIIIlIIIIIIIliI,IIIIIIIIIIIlIiilIIliilIIlIIlIIilIIIIlIIIlIIMil Newest Styles in FALL HATS HEY'RE here all the new styles m Fall Hats. Brims are narrower crowns smaller. Gray is the p00pular color. A style and a color here that will please every taste. Prices are lower, too. s350 to s650 NEW STYLE SHOP E. B. PERSSON, Prop. o