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AGE 2 THE ORTONYILLE INDEPENDENr i @,-- 4, I C, {ELL NEWS t Ma)o! Johnson sport Sunday in Ortonvilie. P. D. Vaughan was a caller in Ap- lketon F1day. D. D. Bar was a caller in Orton- 4Iie Saturday. ] Chas. \\;,iLg is visiting friends here liar a few (lays. Mrs. Pete Classen visited at the Ed ]girl. home Friday. Mrs. Chas. Hudson was a caller in Apptton Saturday. Relatives spent Sunday at the Otto t.utknecht home. Lvin Barr was a business caller Appleton Thursday. Tom Barr was a Odessa caller aturday of last week. N. L. Wigdahl of Willmar, was a caller in town Monday. Clarence Boric of Dawson, visited relatives here Thursday. Christian Bokke was a passenger b Appleton Wednesday. Lee Redfield was a passenger to Big Stone City Sturday. Mrs. A. A. DeWall was a shopper i Ortonville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Vaughan mo- ied to App on Tuesday. George Roclke of Odessa, spent Sunday with friends in town. The Bert Blum family were Ap- l#eton callc s Saturday night. Wm. Schaffeur of Minneapolis, is /siting Correll friends this week. Lacillc and Dorothy Donk spent maday with relatives out of twn. Friends from South Dakota called .,m the Otto Gutknecht family Sun- i r- aiss Tarras and Mr. and 1Krs. Zim- mrman autoed to Appleton Satur- dk= ._ .arice Chamberlain was a busi- ac, caller in Clinton one day last ec i. rs. Monk and children came Fri- day to visit at the Albert Roske e. August Anderson of Appleton, was x business caller in Correll Sunday mnning. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hegge, of Big tone City, visited relatives in town T.hursday. Mrs. Win. Allen is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Lundgre for a days. P. D. Vaughan accompanied a mix- l load of stock .to South St. Paul Wednesday. rs. Fred Hudson of OrtonviIle, dted with Mrs. Frank Chambex- lfn Tuesday. . Ed: Vaughan and Tom Barr were h'iness callers in Ortonvilte Satur- lly aftern()on. Ir. and Mrs. John Cardeman and ren, motored to Appleton Sat- .wda y evening: Ir. and Mrs. C. G. Johnson and lfie Birk were Appleton callers on t urday night. ics. Chas. Barie and daughter Mac ae spending a few days with rela- fives in Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hudson spent ',ay in Bel'ingham, wtth heir 'hter Bernice. " ,vlr. gnd Mrs. Axel Johnson anti Idren visited their daughter, Ma- iii Sunday evening. Mrs. D. Moore and children, Ralph md Francis, were callers in town Friday and Saturday. Oscar Bokke and Charlotte Carl- mn attended a club meeting Friday ight at Gee. Baker's. Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Hardkopf Jr., amd children, spent Sunday at the Mike Luchsinger home. Mac and Ruth Barle gave an in- /brmaI party for. their friends at beir home Thursday evening. Mrs. Fred Hones was a caller in Ortonvi,lle Friday and Saturday of 4t week, where she visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Hardkopf spent Wednesday and Thursday in Odessa, Tith their daughter, Mrs. Ed. Menzel, Mr. and Mrs. Roske and son of EIbow Lake, are visiting for a few! days with the Albert Roske family.] Charlotte Carlson returned to her llame in Danvers Wednesday. She been attending High School here. rs. A. L. Woods, A. H. Granger, ! Eugene Granger and Misses Harnil- tn and Desso, autoed to Appleton *ednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hudson and 4ughter Fern, of Ortonville, came last week to spend the winter with iHr. and Mrs. Frank Grandprey. Alma Maynard pleasantly enter- ained a happy crowd of Correll Kids" at her home Friday evening. Dancing and games provided the am- ement. Mrs, Melvin Olson and children, xad Mrs. Bokke and son Herman, ere Ortonville callers Thursday, md Appleton callers Saturday of ast week. @ @ I FOSTER I F.'A. Karow is shredding corn this wek. J. L. Connelly has been hauling $cra to Beardsley last week. Olga Carlson has been assisting Mrs. A. J. Lawrence with the house- work the past week. John Huntsinger s01d several hun- dxed bushels of potatoes last week to Frank Schuett and E. Kollitz, Odessa merchants. Bvnj Sgner brouglt home five Imad of pure bred short horn cattle hst Tuesday, which he had purchas- l last week from Bert Babit. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ea.stman and family atended a party celebrating he golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Elms. Anderson, near Clinton, Sat- Irday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lenhoff load- I a car of household goods at Beards , tast Friday, for shipment to Win- m, Minn., where they will make feir future home. G. H. Stegner, of Odessa, spent eeral days last week visiting at the ibme of his son, R. T. Stegner, and calling on old friends and neighbors i this vicinity and at Beardsley. A. F. Eastman autoed to Water- town, S. D., Saturday, and returned Monday evening accompanied by his wte, who has .....  visiting at that place the past week, and her mother, hoof striking him m the temple and Mrs. Larson. r,.ndering h.:] unconscious for a short The telephone crw was we:king time. Dr. Weir was called to attend in this neighborhood last week, re- placing poles, cutLng away trees and branches which touched the wires and putting in new telephones. Their work was greatly appreciated by the local :patrons. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Hastings and son Leslie, and Austin and Itarvey Palmer, autoed t') 'ilv-:e, Minn., last week to visit with relatives. Mrs. him. The effect of the blow caused t dizziness for several days but z.t pres ent he is reported fully recovered.   man and lis bride, for-i merly Mis.s Florence Filzen of Ross, t N. Lak. -rived hv auto at the Mike Eastman home Wednesday, aml on the fol ,winff evening were given a' tin-pr serenade by a party of en- thusas ic friends. The newlyweds Mrs. J. Yor, the rest of the party >The first thing a young man learns It is easier to judge a woman bye! e:urning the last of the week. atllege is bow little other people what she doesn't say than bv wha ] Professional and Harold Lawrence was kicked by a know. i she does. ', l Business horse last ";hursd-y mornflg, the  !.:. POLITICAL ANNOU'NCEMENTS i Ortonville Electric  Inserted by and for the candidates as they appear, for which the regular EVERYTHING ELECTI advertising rates will be paid.  Phone 49 for prompt and effi S. A. BARR, ProprietY0 Hastings remained', t) m:ke a more' will *ake up their residence on the extended visit with her daughter, Beyor farm in the near future. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS insented by and for the candidates as t>,ey appear, for which the regular aderti'r,g rates w:ll be paid. To the Voters of Big Stone County I wish at this time to express my appreciation for your support in the past and assure you that your sup- port at the general election on No- vember 7, 1922, will also be appre- ciated. If elected I assure you that I will fulfil the duties of the office to the i best of my ability. I J.M. HEGGE Candidate for Sheriff Big Stone County, Minn To the Voters of Big Stone County I am now serving my second term and I trust that my administration of the affairs of the office have been satisfactory, and that I may be retained in office. 'Your support at the General Elec- tion November 7th, will be appreciat- ed. A. H. STURGES Register of Deeds Candidate for Re-election J. F. FAHEY Candidate for County Attorney J. F. Fahey studied law at the, University of Minnesota and has, been engaged in general legal prac- tice at Graceville, Big Stone County for nine years. If elected he assures the voters of the county that the duties of the county attorney will be consicen- tiously fulfilled. Your support will be appreciated at the General Election on Novem- ber 7th. For County Commissioner Fourth District I wish to announce to the voters that I am a candidate for County Commissioner from the Fourth Commissioner's" District, which is made up of the City of Ortonville and the Township of Ortonville. Have been a continuous resident of the county for 23 year and feel that I am qualified to handle the duties of the office if elected. Your vote at the polls November 7th will be appreciated A. A. 00"WEINER Gust L. Ndsoa Big Stone County Candidate For Register of Deeds Born and raised in Big Stone Coun- ty. Business College Training. A year's experience with Federal Re- serve Bank, of Minneapolis. If elected he assures the voters that the duties of the office will be fulfilled. Your wote at the General Election, November 7, 1922, will be greatly ap- preciated. I I Ill I I J. D. ROSS Candidate for re-election for State Representative If elected will serve the people of Big Stone County to the best of my ability. I stand for economy and reduction of taxation. Your support at the general election November 701 will be appreciated. VOTE FOR Chas. H. Bolsta FOR County Attorney HE IS Experienced and Qualified FOR THE JOB Graduated from Ortonville Public Schools in 1913. Graduated from Law Department of the University of Minnesota in 1918. Actively engaged in the practice of law at Ortonville ever since, excepting period of sewice in the United States Army. City Attorney of Ortonville. Assistant to County Attorney of Big Stone County for four years. M. Nor PRATT Candidate for County Auditor Big Stone County Born in Blue Earth County, Minneso- ta in 1875. Veteran of the Spanish American War. Has had eighteen years experience in the grain business. Last four years as manager of the Farmers' Elevator & Fuel Company, Ortonville, Minnesota. I assure the voters of Big Stone Coun- ty that if elected the dutie of that office will be efficiently fulfilled. Your Vote Will Be Appreciated DR. CHAS. H. CAt VETERINARIAN Phones--Day 31. Night f Clinton 4. DR. A. M. STROlg Graduate Office in Win. Cummens Tel. 79 O BELVA TEACHER OF PIANO HARMONY Ortonville 4. FOR TRUCK and any kind of llht and ] All Order Given Prompt I Hausauer [ I PHONE 268 @ DR. F. W. CH[ROPRACO D. D. WroTE, D. C,, Spinogrspher 12-15-14-15-1S Sh OrtanviUe - @ I Col Wm. AUCTIONEER Thirty year# experlenee. on your property. Call or and get in on an early date. Ortonville - - - COL J. W. Real Estate, Merchandise, pure and Farm Sales A For dates write me at Graduate of Jones Auctlo | J. A. PIANO TUNING AND PHONES--Res. 194. Furn. .o. j All Work Guarantetd OrtonviUe KODAK Prompt, Quality rvice, THE REED 'ID--, R. D. 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