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November 2, 1922

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NOVEMBER 2, 1922 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE I 4. C.F. Boyd of Aberdeen, spent Fri- i. - @ effort to elect his opponent. SOCIAL I day evening with friends and rela- The Public Pulse i Therefore, as a citizen of Minneso- NEWS ITEMS [ tires here. Mr. Boyd was driving a i tf, I appeal to you to vote for Mr. new Buick Coupe out from the cities Volstead, regardless of party or other Grice is on the sick list and stopped enroute. . .......................... .. considerations. Milton Grice, Marlin Knolls and l Alice B. Nicols. of Odessa, was an Or- Gordon Smith, al recieved injuries iTo The Voters of the 7th Congress- 436 Portland Ave. St. Paul, Minn. ional District : in the game at Morris Saturday. Saturday. Grice was hurt the worst as he re-! Do you realize that this is a crit- "Turn hard time into good times, of 5hloank was an ceived a "Charley Horse leg" and as ical time in the history of the na- Don't let your courage fade; caller Saturday. a consequence is confined to his bed. tion and that you have a greater re- And if you've got a lemon o tea,slev, zrans- H.O. Mills spent last week with sponsibilitv than the voters of per-', " , " Just make the lemon aid." here Monday ............... .naps any other section of the coun- *, . nls orotner, wno is in the ornern . , .. _ . ,. .  ] ruv ot 15onanza, was  ... . '" " --  " "" r trv. .\\;o maer now Dlg a (lrv ma- " . r'aClllC nOSplLal In x l-'aul, me e-:. -. " , caller Saturday ....... ..,. ....... ;,;..  ]orltv there may be m the House of A Halloween program and Basket] .Vm. Geberof0dessa .......... .:,, t-,epresentatlves, no bill avorable to Social will be given in Dist. 14, elevenl , ..    greatly lmproveo ann all:hough tilt  . ,., .. . a tne . r. t)avson, a auen"" ......... a ne nopll;ai ne as" aole-- o" the. cause oI promoltlon can come oe-. miles east of Ortonville, on Nov. 3rd. :. P .. . i lore the House to be voted on until " n  De out a grea aeaL  - r mit i Everyone is invited to attend,--*25-2 i and son, of V, heato , .......... , .... : it has passed the Ju]lcmry Corn - .  YllSS 2tlma ranam ano slsx, xe- . to business matters here .......... tee. If the chmrman of that corn-, ' - ] I urnea :lonoay morning I;om ror- i .. . .  ,, .,, ! ....... Calif  mLtee happens o oe a we man, s  .... lamb regon ano polnl;s In o "- , ....  . , trlgg% oI Appler.on, t .... . ........ 'It is not verY llKely I:o go mru. owi  " I ma, aiter a six months vsl: wln uae " i aeIta' w,th friends and rela-  ' I gren the dance and ..... eiva at Morns xaer-1. , r,enos " -vo- o.. rranK,...,. ..... ........... '= .,. ,, ano nmr a" o.,,. -. ,o re,a,ves." _.xamuy --.... Mmo. o.A *--"'--a o,,h r .nss ...aria ..... t.mmm in ";"*" ^_ Mr Volstead occupms that ,mportmt ..- . . r,man,:" hb]tmn,-P"tmn";'" ...... " can ana honest ' posmbly no or neWxnendly take man, his however "to place, pro-,'i l ' very ,el ng. a*., .. ..... -.: -, e .oe.... for it is a question of seniority rights, i Mr an, .ars v taoe enre ameo Article r of Aberdeen, attend- .. ; . :; .." , __' . . The three men next in line for that nenas a a riaiioeen pary at matters here the fore , . ' . ., ' ,- important chairmanship are avowed uroay evening Lmnng tne early week. . . . . champions of the liquor interests and par of ne evening progressive the blacksmith in Odessa ............. it is not likely that the_v will all be b " wms was ptavea, d. r. wltr.e car- - usmess matters m Or- . ..... .- .... defeated or become converted to the rlea on nrs honors ann oriey Koss and family will rooms above Orton this week. Kahler left Sunday for where she will spend a with friends. and Ed. Wilson return- from the city, where they business matters. and F. W. Engdahl ft. D. Saturday with friends. Deputy State Bank charge of liquidation, Monday. son Addison and Mr. Minn., spent Sun- U. Herzog home. who i employed Meat Market, spent home in Olivia, Minn. of Hernmn, 'arrivt4d spend the winter at the brother, C. E. Scofield. Kaercher and Miss in Milbank, as M. Kaercher home. spent Sunday at Mr. and in Otrey town- and wife, of Fargo, to Tennessee to vis- Barf's brother, S. A. and Amer Everson, in Benson. Mr. Kaer- ! guest at the H. C. Odney Robt. Moe of Fargo, week at the home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. 8outh of Granite Falls and relatives here is the guest of Mrs. Fred Brown Jr. at Browns Valley, at Brown's grandmo- and daughter, of guests at the home parents, Mr. and Sr. and daughter, Minneapolis, were Chas. Bolsta home the the week. Davis accompanied to Minneapolis last Ruth had her ton- Dr. Mat-thews. attended to business Flls, Monday. by car, leaving here Tuesday. E. Chrisman left for Minneapolis, to days visiting friends to business matters. Nelson spent the fore at the District Mis- of the Swedish Lu- at Hector and Olivia. Frank Zehringer, of to business matters were accompanied of that dis- and family moved onto near the depot, former tenant, because of his and family left Fri- Moorehead, Minn., to make their intends to enter of Aberdeen, spent sev- at the C. E. Bre- was accompanied on by Mrs. Price, Visiting ai; the Bremer Past week. daughter, of Mil- callers Satur- they consulted the to medical treat- who has been a nervous breakdown, P.L. Sr., en- party Fri- of Mr. and Mrs. Cards were the en- evening. A two Was served at a late of Chicago, spent a pWeek visiting with eninsula. Mr. Kee- in Aberdeen and to his home, after hunting at his old headacherub fore- , temples and back fneck with Vicks. Melt a. little in a spoon and naale the vapors. RuB Y' Ued (ii!! i I the booby prize. A two course lunch was served at midnight. After the lunch all set around and told ghost stories. The party broke up in the "wee small hours." Miss Madge Kelley returned Fri- day from Redwood Falls, where she had been visiting her aunt, Mrs. K. E. Glaseoe. While there she made a trip to Northern Minnesot and Pipe- stone. Mrs. Glascoe accompanied Miss Kelley home to spend the week-end t here at the Kelley cottage on the i Peninsula. Mrs. Glascoe returned to I her home Monday and Miss Kelley t left for her home in Aberdeen Tues- day. . , cause of prohibition. We cannot af- ford to take any chances, so the only safe way is to return Mr. Volstead to office. No matter how anxious Mr. Kvale may be to uphold Mr. Volstead's prin- ciples, he cannot possibly have the same opportunity. Mr. Volstead, be- ing the author of the law which put into effect the 18th Amendment, has becom known around the world. Anything to defeat him and thus de- throne "Volsteadism," will count in the stimation of the liquor men for the annullment and eventual over- throw of the 18th Amendment. That is why they are putting forth every million men ve turned to One Eleven Cigarettes -a firm verdict for superior jquaBty. I ,I cigarettes 15 10. In Palm's Jewelry window will be sold for $1.00 Nov. 8-9-10 Ortonville's Community Sales Days I00s, nm, l t'm What of the Future? Are you, as every sensible person is, plm- ning your future now? There is a time during your life vahen you can make your future what you want it. A savings account, started now and added to regularly will mean a future of indepen- dent comfort. ', @l We aid you by paying 4 per cent interest on all deposits. The First National Bank of 0rtonville mtheld&tiesm Kello$g00 Corn .,s- Put a bowl of KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes and a bowl of imitations in front of any youngster l Then see KELLOGG'S disappear ! Try the experiment yourself ! It's great to know the difference in corn flakes--the difference between the genuine and the " goods"! Kellogg's have a wonderful flavor that would win your favor by itselfbut when you know that Kellogg all.the.time crispness! Well--they just make you glad! Kellogg's are never tough or leathery or hard to eat ! Kellogg's will snap-up kiddie appe- rites something wonderful! And, our word for it--let the littlest have their fill--just like Daddy must have his! You'll never know how delicious corn flakes can be until you eat :ORN KELLOGG'S! YOU will know the KELLOGG packa? because' it is RED and GREENI Look for itl 0 Also msls of IUEIJ.,OGG'$ U, UMBLT.,S IELLOGG'$ BIUI, odksd and knbld iiii ,, I m FGLE"MI tDO"encil No. 174 For Salo at your Dealer Made in five Irrades ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND EAGLE MIKADO FGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK i Let The Independent Print It --Let The Independent Print It With These Good Roads It is a real pleasure to drive to MITTEL- STAEDTS' for a day's shopping. Then, too, it is a satisfaction to have a big assortment of dependable merchandise to choose from, and at prices that make it worth your while to come here. Courteous, helpful sales-people to assist you. A will- ingness to show goods whether you wish to buy or not. That Winter Coat Cold weather can now be expected any day. If you are planning on a new coat, we shall be pleased to show you the splendid selections we carry. Only one garment of a kind. Every coat sent direct to us from the manufacturers in New York City. Priced $11.75 to $59.50 Children, s Coats, $6.75-$14.75 That New Dress It will cost you less than you thought to have a smart, new dress. Our stock includes dresses made of all the popular new silk fabrics, as well as those made of the very latest woolens. Here, too, you will find only one garment of a kind. Sizes 14 to 46. Priced $11.75 to $49.50 And New Foot-wear If you have difficulty in finding just the style of pumps or oxfords you like or if your foot is hard to fit, let us show you what we have and how well we can fit you. Prices to fit every ,pocket book A Few Items of Interest We are offering silk underwear, tric- olette, 36 inches wide, flesh color only, while the piece lasts, at $1.25 per yard. Better order at once. Chiffon velvet for party gowns and afternoon dresses is taking the country by storm. An exceptionally fine qual- ity, 40 inches wide, can be bought here in black only, at $5.75 per yard. The smartest new collars for dresses or swears are made of pongee, taffeta or linen, adorned with bright colored embroidery. Priced from 40c to 60c per tab. It takes from 4 to 5 tabs to make a collar. Very new and good looking is a recent arrival in satin pumps, made in one- strap style, with covered Spanish Louis heel, turn sole, plain satin vamp and brocaded satin quarter. Priced at $7.50 pair. Our new stock of dishes has just ar- rived, including fancy sets as well as plain white and gold band styles. Pric- es are the lowest since 1916. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED MITTELsTAEDTS' MILBANK, S. DAK.