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r 00FHE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT III ORTONVILLE, MINN. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1922 NUMBER 25 BANK RE-OPENED SOON ASSURANCE OF NEW OFFICIALS m and Adamietz of Krueger To Cut Weeds 1------ :A re Presi- Lake, Will Give Clean Ice Stores Will Be Closed mere On Armmtice Day l :FrJng observarme of, Armistice! Day Will be had in this city, it was I decided at a meeting of Ralph Sping Vest of the Aanencan Legion, nela i on Wednesday night. I Tentative p,ans Ior the day call for I FRANK R. WEBER WILL SPEAK AT ODESSA, NOV. 3-4 and Cashier. Full Will Be Made ! Depositors. of The Farmers and many points during the past few State Bank, of _ Co rrell, l years, people are reminded of the ap- is expected to take ptace! preaching winter. after hxaving been closed I Mr. Krueger shipped to this city a more man one year. I " " " t w l, a, ntal, weed cutting machine which was un- _ 77- ...... ,':.,'-:_-f.:l loaded on Monday for the purpose of or me reason , , .o] maintain the cash reserve I cutting weeds in the lake. The ice law and for the further therefore will be entirely free from there was some badl weeds. f Cashrnan formerly of Min I , iS the new president and! F. Adamietz, formerly a mere the State Banking Depart- the cashier. The board of include prominent business farmem of Correll and vici- the plan of re-opening the are not buying any of at a discount. They are what is good and pay- for the same. The bal- assets remain as a trust the depositors committee. at the present time, un- plan, are ac- per cent cash on their the balance to be paid depositor's trust fund as collected. The arrange- paying one bun- One-half s pan and one-half in notes taken bank. In other words, the of the bank is aking assets that are good md is hundred cents on the dol- same. The balance of 1 s are retained by the depos- as collections are made out dividends will be paid. The I has nothing to do with t as it is handled by the i stated above ! paper is charged of the bank and when it dollar of assets f the Will be absolutely first- Cashman and Mr. Adam- with experi- business and the I institution under their i and management is held I g. I Resident Writes in Oregon Rohn, who formerly lived in writ :s from his home at , Oregon, that there was a ; crop again there this year. follows: . .. had a very nice IatL early part we had a good gave the farmers a fine their plowing and fall last few days it has some which has inter- with potato digging. excellent one but the low and no movement Prices run from 60 cents far white to $1.00 for netted gems. has 125 acres in pota- aany from 10 to 50 acres as green as in the sam- yet we have had no was a large fruit crop and all kinds of flow- in bloom." The machine, which is a new one, will cut a swath I0 feet wide. It is operated by a gasoline engine and is attached to the front end of a flat bottom boat which is propelled by a paddle wheel. Combined with the cycle that cuts horizontally are two 5 foot cycles that cut perpendicular- ly. These serve to cut the weeds in small block s thereby permitting them to float away more easily and more rapidly and at the same time clear the machine. Mr. Krueger plans to cut the weeds about four feet below the surface vf the water. The machine however, may be lowered to a depth of several feet more. He intimated that he might cut the rushes at the lower end of the lake for the purpose of beautifying the same. It is also Mr. Krueger's intention to repair the buildings near the lake front, which were moved there two 1 years ago, for the purpose of using! them as boarding houses for lrls large crew- of men who assist in the ice harvest. Mr. Krueger works in con- junction with Fred Peterson and Son of this city. I CLINr AND BESSIE ROBBINS These popular players, with a sup- porting cast tha has never been e/aied, accompanied by an orches- tra, composed of musicians who are masters of more than one instrument, and a scenic mounting that is lavish i in the extreme, will begin their eft-! gagement at the Orpheum theatre on next Monday evening. --  i , The opening corne will be ' Scmrabled Wives"/Z/by Adelaide ! Mthews and ]Lba M. Stanley, i two of the best known comedy wrif I ers of the past two seasons. Bessie l Robbins plays the part of Lucille I Smith and Clint Robbins appears as I i her ex-husband Never were so many! laughs crowded into two and one-! lalf hours, as there are in this corn-i eny "Lucille" poses as a widow, ' when in fact she has been divorced l from John Chiverick. She has fallen i desperately in love with "Larry Me- I Leod" who cannot stand for a grass widow but he does love "lucille" but thinks she belonges to the "sod " class of widows. The entire party is throw together at a house party on an island in the St. Lawrence riv- er, where things sure go 'round and 'round. The entire company has been hap- pfly cast and the costuming will be a delight, especially to the feminine eye, as it embraces everything from bathing suits to the latest word in evening dress. Seats will go on sale next Saturday at Palm's Jewelry ! Stere. n Issues Are]Unchanged Adams, G. O. P. Leader m. T in the present campaign' the same as two years l Charles R. Adams, the Republican State St. Paul, in an, this week. in the three large, left to fear--the possibility that in states, shows that lesi-i the intertening days before election are preparing to once l there may be forgetfulness of the the doctrine of socia-I seriousness of the issue involved and voices hope that the l of the fact that the danger may be government is equ-laverted only by every believer in the State. good citizenship going to the polls. every man and who is interest- Government, to vote next says: registration of the St. Paul and that these thre awake to the serious- Present campaign. 1 last week or two there, lY been no general reali- the election of Nov. 7, same dangers as the! a program Oegiumng at i1:45 a. IlL I With the appearance in Ortonville tores will be erased all ,ay, which i Engaged By Business Men means tha peous w,ng to put- i TO Deliver Free Talks On of Ira Krueger, the ice man, of Ab- chase their unday provismns must! "Community Spirit." A erdeen, S. Dak., who has shipped buy them on Friday as Armistice Day i trainloads of Big Stone Lake ice to comes on Saturday. This they should I Large Crowd Is Antici-i not regret, for Friday is the lest day I t-,r] of Ortonwlle's three day Sales Car-[ F ..... nival and nearly every merchant of . . the city has remced vrices in effect t Realizing the necessity of eoncerzea on those days - t effort for the purpose of preserving On the lis't" of sports for the day[ the home town, merchants and busi- is scheduled a foot ball gmne between ness men of Odessa, Minnesota, have the Legion team and the High School banded themselves together  hold teav This is expected to result fa- two Community Day, riday and vorably to the Lion hoys---altho the Saturday, November 3 and 4th, high school lads will not concede it, On those days Odessa merchants That means tit they are going af- will be hosts to a large number of ter the big boys' scalps with the pep and enthusiasm to warrant a real peple who will be present. Circu- contest, There will be different lars have been mailed to families in stunts staged between each half. All a wide area in the Odessa trade preceeds of the game will go to the territory in which a few of the bar- High School Athletic Associatiom gains have been listed and setting The Legion line-up was given out out the form of entertainment, as follows: Dr. Frank 1L Weber, who has L.E. "Hank" Bailey. spoken in a number of towns in this L. T. "Back" Gowan. L.G. "Dutch" Hausauer. section of the country has been en- C. Harvey Geier. gaged to speak during both days. R.G. Earl Miller His object is to promote community R.T. Orris Mundwiler interests, to wipe out class hatred, R. E. Glenn Bertelson. class antagonism, unrest and discon Q. "Chick"Zwiener. tent, and promote unity of purpose L.H. George Gardner. and general prosperity. The fact R. H. Ed. Gowan. that Dr. Weber has been called to F.B. Leonard Von Eschen each place where he has spoken for Not wishing to take any chances on having the high school lads run a return engagement is evident of his quaifficaZions as an interesting away with the laurels the Legion has made provision for a second team. speaker. Members on this team have not been The entertainment program con- selected but the blic is assured sists of a lecture by Dr. Weber on that this team will present as fermi- Friday evening at 7:30, free movies dable a line-up as the first team. and music and a community dance Complete information rehtive to FREE. On Saturday from 11:30 a the program for the day will be gin- m. to 1:00 p. m persons will be fur- en in next weeks paper, nished a free lunch by the Odessa Witches Reign At School Business Men's Club. On Saturday afternoon Dr. Weber will deliver an- As Jack O'Lanterns Glow other lecture which will be interspers- ed with free movies. On Saturday Witohes, clowns, cats, gypsies, evening at 7:00 o'clock there will be ghosts, fair maidens and happy lads, a band concert, musical program, lec- forgot all dignity on Tuesday eve- ture by Dr Weber and a general Get- nine and joined in Hallowe'en revel- to-Gether meeting. ries in the high school gymnasium. Entrance was gained only by re-I All visitors are requested to reg- peating a secret password and then ister at the Farmers' and Merchants the ghost marshalled the "queer t St3te Bank on both days. things" to a room where paper' bags Children will be given a penny show were tied on their hands. Next the er Saturday, afternoon at 4:30 by the visitors entertained "queer feels" as Farmers' and Merchants State Bak. they went down the dark corridors This event is being looked forward to hearing moans and "meows" and the anxiously by the youngsters and clanking of chains. Finally the gym- promises to draw a very large gather nasium was reached. . . After the usual welcomes and rag hand shaking--ghost stories were Some of the special bargains offer- told including elves and "cats with ed by the business men includes: five nine lives"witehes and every thing gallons of gasoline to farmer coming spooky. Many and varied were th tunts the longest distance--b}/ A. M. Sem- such as "Taking a trip thru Hades" rau. Farmer, bringing largest fare- "Hearing the Ghost Sing;" "Eating ily, $3.00 pair of shoes--Frank Apples from a string; apple roll; Shuett and $3.00 in trade---H. Kollitz. mysterious bogs; Relay race and Farmer bringing largest load of Fortune telling by Madamoselle grain, stck of flourEmpire Eleva- Angora Know Nothing'-- proved to torprice of sack of flour--Odessa know a great deal. Farmers Elevator and another sack The only stunt that reminded the of flour by Bagley Elevator Com- "dignitarians" of school was the class[ puny. Farmer bringing most pounds in gymnastic exercises, ably conduct-[ o butterfat, one 5 gallon milk can- ed by the witchiest witch present. I After these strenuous exercises i Odessa Produce Company--one plush lunch consisting of pumpkin pie,! auto robe--Art Leuenberg Farmer doughnuts and coffee was served. [ buying biggest load of coal-ne- During the evenin the witch! fourth ton Round-up Coal Free--R caldran was boiling and a fortune Menzel. for each was turne out--each one In addition to the prizes listed today is much wiser than before. After receiving a gendnight kiss I there will be a Grand Free Prize (candy kiss) the guests departed to draing at 4:00 Saturday afternoon. their respective home tired but hap-! Odessa business men invite you to pay after their trials and ordeals. tlmt town on these days, They urge ! you to bring your neighbors, point- District Superitendent,,Rev. Otto l ing out that, "United we stand, divid- A. Johnson, of St. Paul, Minn., will l ed we fall." They call attenfton to hold services in the Swedish M. E.i Dr Weber's message which he has Churoh, Thursday and Friday, No- for you, which is non-political and are prepared to once more repudiate vember 9-10, at 7".30 o'clock and Sun- 1 the doctrines of socialism. If the day, November 12, at 10:30 A. M.  non-sectarian, but for each individual same consciousness of the real issue I and 7:30 P. M.. All are cordially in-I in the community. in this campaign has been brought  vited to attend these meetings. home to the people through the " Andy Gump Will Receive state in as ffective a manner as in Aged Couple Surprised At Least One Vote Here the cities, there are only two things On Golden Wedding Day - ] "Bill" Palm is going to east his Friends and relatives, numbenngv " " , ore for Andy Gump, candidate for i close to one hundred, gathered at the congress--the veovles choice---and he home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Andersoni doesn'+ -  w'h- know i  i on .Sat.fday evemng where they n-going to vote for him for the follow- ed in me ceeoration of their golaen ing reasons- wedding. The appearance of the - "The thanks of the good citizens of the State is due to the splen- did work of the Republican organiza- tions of Hennepin, Ramsey and St. Louis counties for interesting the men and women of the three large cities in the necessity of registering and preparing themselves to uphold the principles of sane government issues this year are different from those of Nov. 7." Seeking Clothing Contributions of clothing to the Welfare Committee, which were call- ed for a short time ago, have been years ago. __ numerous and the committee is very registration thankful to persons for their gene- in an off year trousity. Owing to the large number cities, is undoubtedly I of calls coming to the committee for things, the whole heart-laid, however, attention is called to and women interest- further need of supplies and it is the wish of that committee that all do- government, and the nations of old clothing, remaining to has come upon :the be made, come within the next week or ten days. Persons are requested to leave any articles of clothing they have to spare at the Relief Corps rooms at the court house. that so are concerned they 1. He Will cut down taxes by having large number was a complete sur- only 5 or 6 congressmen. That is prise to the aged couple, all we hear of anyway. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, who have lived in Big Stone County through- 2. He takes no stand on tariff. That out their 50 years of wedded life, is only an issue to make two parties. were presented with gifts, consisting 3. Andy's young fortune has al- of a gold ring for Mr. Anderson and most flown and he therefore needs a cameo pin for Mrs. Anderson. They help. also received a beautiful rug and a But then that is not - the only only purse of $30 in money. A bequet of[ thing Palm is going to do in the next purse of $30. A boquet of cut-flow- i week or ten days that he doesn't care era was presented to the mother by who knows of. her children. I His second act i one of ving his The event was a happy one in the l customers the benefit of his large lives of the old people as well as to' stock of merchandise thru a Parcel those who joined with them. ' Sarapped up in packages will be In connection with Ortonville's! various articles, none of which will be Community Sales Days, next Wed- worth less than $1.00 with some of nesday, Thursday and Friday, the Or- them worth uv to $50.00. These will tonville Drug Co., will hold a three- be placed in his how window and of- day Novelty Sale, durir which that fered to the public at $1.00--each company will offer a wide range of peon to select the package .lesir- articles at greatly reduced price ted" Dates for this event at Palm's Spedal circulars will be mailed to are Nov. 8, 9 and 10---Otonville's every family in this section listing a Community Sales Days. few of the leading bargainm Mr. AI- Palm admires Mr. Gump because asker, manager of the company, is "He wears no man's Collar." He is determined to make the sale go over l confident in Andy's election as he is big and has marked his merchandise i confident in the success of his sale. acordingly. Read the ads for particulars. Pioneer Resident of Big CAPAC IT Y 0F Stone City Dead, Age 81 i Funeral services for Mrs. Mary i GREEN HOUSES Hart Hlou, for 38 years a resident l f Big Stone City' S" Dak" were held I IS ENLARGING from the Catholic church there on I aturday morning, with burial in the] Catholic cemetery, t -- t Death came to Mrs. Hublou on O. M. Osen, Owner, Started Thursday morning, October 26, as a I With Green House With result of complications due to old age. I 2500 Square Feet Ten At the time of her death Mrs. Hu-t " blou was 81 years old. [ Years Ago. Now has Mrs. Hublou, who was born_at Lou-I 18,00 Square Feet. viers, France, on February i5, 1841,i came to Ameiica when she was 151 Growing flowers is not necessarily years old, her parents having died la lady's job. At least not when m she was a child. On Oc-I flowers are grown in such large num- tober 2, 1862 she was married to I hers as they are at the Ortonville August Hublou at Green Bay, Wis-!Green House, where last year there cousin, where she resided until the were planted a total of 60,000 car- year 1884 when they moved to Big nations, 30,000 bulbs of various carl- Stone City. mourn her sties, 1800 Easter Lillles, 1000 rose Mrs. Hublou leaves to plants of different varieties and 8000 death five daughters and three sons, ! Geraniums besides hundreds of other Mrs. Henry Van Erem, Mrs. John M. I kinds of plants and bulbs for lawn Brown, Mrs. Elizabeth Becwar, Mrs. land window boxes. Wm. Chapek, Mrs. A. Dudeck, and Of the production of the Ortonville Peter, Martin and John Hublou. She Green House last year a large per- is also survived by forty-five grand contsge of it went to residents living children and twelve great grand in the towns from Ortonville to as children, far west as Andover, S. Dak., east to Mrs. Hublou was held in the high- Granite Falls, Minn., and north to eat esteem by people acquainted with White Rock S, Dak., and the report her. She was a devoted worker to comes from O. M. Osen, owner, that the church during her active years, at times he has been unable to supply the demand. Favorable Mention Coming to this city ten years ago, Ortonville Independent: Please par- Mr. Osen, then an experienced tier- don delay. I have been intending tel ist and landscape gardner, at once write you complimenting you on your decided upon Ortonville as an ideal Fair edition ever since I received it. location for the establishment of a It certainly was a credit to you and green house because of the facilities Ortonville. Irite M. Lfbarger, offered by the railroad running in Fayetteville, Arkansas. three directions. At that time he started with a 9 acre tract of land School To Give Valuable upon which he erected a green house with 2500 square feet. His business Instructions On Voting grew steadily thru hard work and a thorough knowledge of the business Election is uppermost in the mind until today the Ortonville Green of every citizen and for this reason House stands with the reputation of a practical lesson in citizenship is be- ing given in the junior and senior being the largest of any between high school this week Minneapolis and Aberdeen, South Da- The three political parties, with kota, with a total of 18,000 quare student chairrden atki acalty ad- feet. Additions were made every visors met in separate rooms on third year and the establishment has Wednesday for organization and to otherwise been on the road to suc- get acquainted with the platform cess. and candidates of their party. "One of the chief reasons for the Friday wi]" be regi.stration day. All students wielding to vote must success of the local gceen houses is register between the hours of  to 4 seen in the fact that Mr. Osen attends and in order to register they must personally to the growing o4 the know what ward they reside in. flowers and sees to it that they are On Monday afternoon there will be shipped when ordered. Delay or pro- a joint meeting of the three political crastination in the floral business parties, at which student speakers spells failure and of this Mr. Osen is will in a convincing manner bring well aware. To aid in the prompt de- forth the merits of their party and livery of his flowers Mr. Osen has a advance reasons why their candi- dates should be elected, delivery truck and Jn case of failure on the part of express company era- On Tuesday--as the election is go- ing on throuout the country--an else- ployes his truck is sent to the point tion will take place in the school to where the flowers were meant to house between the hours of 9 to 4. be shipped. This election will be carried out ac- Mr. Osen has also engaged the past cording to all election rules, polling few years in the growing of' vegeta- clack.s, clerks, judges, ballots and po- licemen will be arranged for. bles and his business in this line has The lesson is ]ce'g ,gfCY. t. in- grown rapidly. He has many cus- struct future voters as to their du- tomers among the different store ties as citizens, so that when they go keepers in the towns mentioned and to the polls to vote thev will know last year an increase of 20 percert how to do so intelligently, was noted in this business. In connection with the green house Purchased Pure Bred Cattle there is a cold storage plant wherein A deal was made last week where- is kept 30,000 bulbs. These are re- by Benj. Stegner, Jr., and Joe Schol- ceived each year direct from Hol- berg, both of Prior township, pur- land. chased the pure-bred herd of Short- horn cattle owned by Bert Babbit. In Mr. Osen's expenses each year the herd were ten head in all. Eaoh amount to better than $13,000. He of the men bought five. Scholberg employs 4 men the year around. already had several head of bure- bred cows and the additional ones I Dr, M. Strom reports another ease purchased i an indication that bet of hog cholera to have broken out in is going in strong for better farming. [ Artichoke, near the lake, Saturday. Shipstead-Van Lear-Steidl Speak To Large Crowd Monday Night Staunch supporters of the Non- partisan League coming t Ortonville from all corners of the county help- ed to fill the Orpheum Theatre on Monday night when Dr. Hendrick Shipstead, candidate for the United States Senate, addressed a large au- dience on political issues, for the coming election, There were in the audience, also, many Republicans and Democrats. Dr. Shipstead was accompanied by H. T. Van Lear candidate for Clerk of the Supreme Court, who preceeded him with a short talk, and F. J teidl of Wheaten candidate for State Senator from this district, who wound-up the spee making of the evening. Steidl, it ws conceded, re- ceived the worst end of the deal for many persons left the auditorium when he took the platform on ac- count of the length of time taken by the candidates wko preceeded him. Dr. Shiustead scored his opponent, Senator Kellogg, for his vote on seating Senator Trueman Newberry. Speaking on this matter he said, "Newberry's election was bought at auion and the United States Senate went on record to sell the govern- ment itself in that transaction." Manipulations of the money of this country by the Federal Reserve Bank- ing system, Dr. Shipstead said, was the cause of the depression that has come over the country since the war. The loaning of money to European countries to the extent of 8 billions of dollars or more, he said, was one reason for the hardy, hips brought to the farmers and the smaller trades people. The Esch-Cmmins railroadl law and the McCumber tariff bill were flayed by the speaker. Of the form- er he said; "The railroads were guaranteed a percentage on a valu- ation of over 18 billion dollars. Sen- ator La Follette, of Wisconsin, had ,placed an estimate of 8 billion as be- ing a fair value. The Congressional investigating committee returned fig- urea of 19 and one-half billions, which was cut to 18 bfllioh and same odd hundred million." The McCumber tariff biU vill cost the common people from 3 to 5 bil- lion, he said "War contractors, ship-builders and railroads were all subsidized or paid bonuses by the govermnent to the ex- tent of billions of dollars," he said, "but there was no money available to pay the ;eturned soldiers a bonus." Dr. Shipstead declared that he had not much hopes of being elected when he first started his campaign, bu on going over the state he said that he finds farmers and busines- men who are bankrupt or near-bank- runt who will vo fvr him. The speakers were introduced by J. A. Anderson, president of the or- tonvflle Star. Dr. Shipstead, at in- tervals during his speech, drauk bla coffee and swallowed throat lozengers because of a hears and weakened voice, whidh he id was caused by his strenuous speech-mak- ing. He predicted his election long with other candidates on the Non- partisan ticket. A collection was taken up at the door to aid in put- ting over the ticket and defrayi expenses.