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PAG la O THE ORTt}NVILLE INDEPENDENT @ Chas Salmonson called a&apos; the Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Leon She- Members of the Rebeckah Lodge! THURSDAY, NOVEMBI : 1 CLINTON NEWS i . ! Miss Christine Olson came home on Tuesday for a short visit Mat Eide made a business trip to Edinburgh, N. Dak., last week. i Mrs. J. H. Erickson returned on Friday from her visit in the cities. J. H. Erickson left Tuesday morn- hag on a business trip to Grand Forks. 'Inn W. C. T. U. wE1 meet in the ehurca parlors Wednesday, Nov. 8. Mis: Rose Thomas returned home from she Graceville hospital on Tues- day. Born, oil Tuesday morning, Oct. 31, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haas, a baby boy. '. K. Norton returned on Sunday night from a business trip to the ities. There will be a dance in the Clin- ton opera house on Friday .fight, Nov. 3. There was a social dance at the E. N. Anderson home east of Clinton', on Tuesday night. Harvey Rothwell returned on Fri- day from Minneapolis, where he has been at work. Mrs. Gene Ok:eson entertained the John Gustafso. and Earl Carlberg families Sunday. i . $ I  ANT ADS I I @i --Dr. %.,npson Here Nov 7. l,OSTbne English Shepm<i pup, about 8 months old, ,black with brown spots and bob tail. Lost in the vicinity of Correll about Oc- .ber 15. Notify A. J. Stevanus, Correll, Minn. 25-2 FI./J , ERS--Plan t our dependable pelsk" on Thursday of last week, a'-.held a social evening in their hall on homes in Clinton last Thur:-Say in baby'girl. This makes the twelfth }ay night in honor of timir aewly- his political interests. Mrs. Finley of Milbank, was a baby which ti:e sork ha bught to i'et .i.. meuher, Mrs. Fred Kerstine guest at the Joh: Green home for a bless this he m. land presated her with a set of ster- few days of last week. Mr. and ,.rs. IL F. Ros: and hrg silve:: spoons and gravy ladle. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Trenien and two children and Miss Bess WillimL,i ieet reslunents were served. haby, of Hancock, spent Sunday at visited flora Friday to Sunday at ..c On Friday night the annual Ba- the W. L. Ross home..mine of Mr. ::=d Mrs. R. B. Fall at tzaar and chicken pie supper, given Miss Regina Olson of Belgrade, is Brcokings, S. Dak. by the ladies of the Pleasant Valley visiting at the homes of her brothers Mrs. A. . Howe and Mrs. Hol-!church, will be held at the home of A. K., Carl, and selmer Olson. *mer gave a party to twelve little! Mr. and Mrs. John Gardner. Many Jim Wheat has taken an agency boys c n  zdnesday night, at the! from Clinton plan to be in attendance for the Grand Union Tea Co., and home of Ls. Howe. Lucky little boys! as tile Pleasant Valley suppers have canvassed in Clintcn th;s week. Mrs. E. M. Plummet has been ap- pointed County Chairman of the Red Cross Drive which begins Nov. 11. Mrs. Swan Erickson entertained at a luncheon on Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Engdahl of Ortonvilte. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Wil- liams at the Greenville hospital, on and such a good time I a reputation which insures big " crowds. Mrs. O. T. Harrison underwent an .. "ohn "'n --  "all I operatiea for appendicitis at the , lrs. Jj .  m.ol ga'e a  ow-] l e en party Ior nr aaugner trances Grater le Hospital last Saturday. i , ,*oen -+- ++   -! She i doing nicely and will return ,"' s,- ,.  ...... s ...... i hom he firse'- * .... ook i monuay mgn. ne occasmn was a  '" .  ...... "[," ., _! merry one with Hallows'ca lecora-t At gus Larson smasne ootn o.* _. txons, wtehes and all that goes to h' humbs while assisting Chas c ni ht hostl lori ": :, ....... ?imake su h g s g y and g - camna a wen work this weeK. lz ous. A delightful supper capped the Friday, October 27, a baby daughter=.. Mr. and Mrs. Bails :" ildren of Milbank, were guests at the Nor- ton and Sherman homes on Satur- day. Miss CAara Toedtke of Appleton, arrived this week to begin her work here as fifth and sixth grade teach- er. Colonel Adolphson moved his house on Saturffay to its new foundation on his lots in the southeast part of town. Alice Friedel and Dorothy Schell ws a very painful injury and will climax. lay him up for some time. Earl Hoppman of Graceville, won the clock which was awarded by the Duroc Jersey Breeders' Association for the best litter of pigs of that breed raised from the county pigs. J. C. Bender returned on Wednes- day from his visit at Sioux City, Ia. Hi daughter Naomi, who accom- panied him there, remained for a longer visit at the home of her un- cle. The chicken pie supper which was On Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride occurred the mar- riage of Miss Lena Jacobsen and Howard Hancock. Rev. Men per- formed the wedding ceremony. Only relatives and intimate friends were present. lse two young ,people have grown to manhood and woman- hood in this locality and both are held in high esteem by all who know them. Mr. and Mrs. Haecock will make their home on the J. D. Ross farm 4 miles east of Clinton. entertained a party of their young'to be held Dec. 4, under the auspices friends at the Friedel home on Thurs- of the Ladies Reading Circle, has day night, to so E. L. Jennings and daughter, Mrs. been indefitifly postponed, owing much other social activity at E. M. Utley and Norma, returned on this time. Friday from their visit to Walnut I A merry Hhl,lowe'en .party "took Grove, Minn. ta.! placs, at the school house on Tuesday Helnan Martes has returned night, at which occasion the long Clinton, after an absence of some suffering freshmen received their time, during which he visited flSends customary initiation. From all re- in Nebraska. ports it was "some party." The, Clinton Ladies Aid of the Miss Lena Jacobsen was a guest I ARTICHOKE l L. A. Larson has installed a Globe Radio outfit this week. .Fred H. Robertson is expected back from Minneapolis this week. i The Bank at Corretl is expected to to be opened for business this week. Taxidermist If you have taxidermist work or L.,,.orted bulbs now for beautiful Elim Lutheran church will meet on of honor at a parcel shower given by r.-ng mwers. O. M. Osen, Flor- FridaYEnafrnoon, Nov. 3, with Mrs. her friends at her home on Saturday. is, .tonville, Minn. "25-1 . . g!una. _ _ _ Many fine gifts were presented to .... Key. ann rs. r'. d Johnston left the bride elect and a very pleasant ]OR RENT--House, inquire of Chas. on Wednesday to attend the two day time enjoyed by all present. E. Scofield. ' 24-tf. !session of the Litchfield district con- The faculty of the Clinton schools, ----0--R--S-ALad--ant fenCea:  iri.a Peter  , who were in attendance at the M. E. Home Heater, No. 6. In good con-land dau hter riolet v" .asmussen A. in Minneapolis, last week, return- da-s of glast week wit me" n tew ed in time to resume their work on dition. Inquire of Ed. Martinson. y^ xr n.,. n ne as at Monday morning. They report an 25-2 ........ " " "'" n" n " " " Oscar Ber-strom r .... e joyable a d mstruchve meeting. g eturnea the . , . FOR SALE--Five Holstein Bull Calv- t first of the week from Scranton, N vxr. an rs. A. F. Eastman arid es, well marked, old enough for' " xrs  n Larson visited at the L D., where he has had" work through,_ : " .... service and all eligible to registry, th_- f_l.a 1 months.r- I'" arson home uonuay on their re- See D. M. Warford, at New Style turn from Watertown, S D. Mrs. W. H. Hancock has been spending ....... ..... Shop, Ortonville. . *24-4 the past week in the cities, where he l .arson wm make an exvenoe v]s visits  --el 'v-  7: ,  at the homes of her son and dau h- e r au es anu aendea o!_ , g FOR SALF,---Buick Six sedan, in business matters, lernere.  perfect order. Good tires, good --- r , , ^.  , .,,^ rran ureen came down from ,.,rs. o. r. ra.=y Ox racevlhe ! Ruish. See E. A. Menzel, Odessa. - ....... North Branch the first of the week mae a nouse-onouse canvass mto look after busines aft " 25-1 Clinton on Friday in the interests of i , . . -s mrs at ths i ptace, tie states that they are well ]tEMSTITCHING---Witl do hemstitch- her husband's campaign i pleased with their new lotion which A large class was present at Ol-i. z$ at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. Waddams. tf. FOR SALE--Steel kitchen range, cheap at $20. See Palm the Jewl- eL *24-2 FOR SALE -- Pure Bred Chester White spring gi ts and boars, al-i so yearling boars, all registered. O. Paulson and Son, Clinton, Minn. l F No. 1. _ 25-3 ! Ortonville Bottling Co. City water and lights. Inquire at the Bottling Works office. FOR RENT--November 1st, 6 rooms oer Cash and Carry store, modern with bath, city water and lights. Inquire of Orion Bros. 24-tf. FOR SALE--Four registered Short- horn butis, will sell at reasonable price. Inquire of Matt Eide. 25-2 FOR SALE--2 Universal Electric Farm lighting plants, 1,000-wt gen- erator, 90-120, amphr battery. Will sell for factory price, for quick sale. For demonstration and full particu- lars inquire of Swan Peterson, Or- tonville, Minn. Lake road "21-2 WANTEDTwo modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping, well located. Leave vord at Indepen&- ent office. "25-2 FOR SALE--Prize winning S.C. Rhode Island Red cockrels. $1.50 each. Mrs. C. F. Johnson, Orton- vitle. Minn. phone 5-F-121 23-3 FOR SALE--Registered Shropshire ram, sired by an imported Minton and an imported Sykes ram. Big fellows with plenty of bone. Price $25.00 to $30.00. Bush Bros. 1 mile "east, 7 miles south from Morris, Rote 5. 24-3 FOR SALE--Monarch range with res- ervoir, in good couditon. Inquire of Mrs. S. A. Burr. 25-1 FOR SALE--4 rgistered Shropshire Rams, Broughto', and McKerrow breeding, at $.15.00 to $20.00 each. They are twe year o!ds and dandys. Inquire of John Wohlwend, Dumont Minnesota. 25-3 THREE MEN WANTED--Men with cars may apply for local counties as territories with national known . . i sales organization. Free tramlng iT vet experienced, but applicants must be able to furnish references. Apply evenings or make appoint- ments with H. C. Tuftland, Com- pany representative, Nov. 5th to 10th, Park Hotel, Ortonville, Minn. FOR SALE--Poland China boar pigs, anty two left. Come quick if you want one. John Sandgren, Ortonville. "25-2 FOR SALEChester W.hite Boars. Papers furnished. One three-quar- ter blood Brown Sdss Bull, also Rose and Single Comb White Leg- horn Rooters for $1.00 each or 6 For $5.00. Write to D. A. Mittle- stadt, BeIlingham, Minn. *25-4 FOR RENT--Three rooms with in- side toile and soft water, $12 ver month. M. Schoen 25-3 Amateur artists ar not dangerous wen if their designs are bad. son's store Tuesday afternoon, to be-i gin work in basketry, Bnder the in-i struction of Mrs. Carl Olson. ! George Zimmerman of Chokio i spent the week-end in Clinton and while here he installed a radio out- fit in the E. O. Krook residence Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dryke and l son, and a pa-tv of friends, all from Duluth visited "over Sunday at the homes of I. H. and E. M. Utlev. Several,, parties have accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Welander this week to attend the special services at the advent chmch at Artichoke. The "Queen of Sheba" was shown to a crowded house Saturday night and was considered a wonderful nic- ture. More big pictures are coming. Mrs. Sizer, State President of the is on a farm near the small inland: town of Spring Creek. Friends of Howard Haecock gather- ed at his home on Tuesday night and i tendered that young man a shower. Many useful presents were brought and the large crowd in attendance testified the esteem in which the young couple are held. The M. E. Ladies Aid met on Wed- nesday in the church parlors. Lunch was served by Mrs. Oliver Benson, Mrs. Dimberg, Mrs. Alfred Young, and Mrs. G. M. Johnson. The next meeting of the Aid will be Nov. 15, and the hoctesues will be Mrs, Nor- ton, Mrs. Davis and Miss Bess Wil- lianas. Quite a number of Clinton friends attended the Pleasant Valley Ladies W. C. T. U. gave a most interesting l Aid last Thursday, at the Dodd's address in the M E. church on Sun-ihome. Those in attendance were, day evening. Mrs. Sizer is a very!Rev, and Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Wheel- able speaker and is workirtg hard!er, Mrs. L. A. Larson, Mrs. Condi for the election of Andrew J Volstead l Mrs. A': M. Trebil, Mrs.  Salves to further the prohibition movement I sen, Mrs. Heath, Mrs. Win. Chase and insure temperanee legislation , and Mrs. Alton Sherman. yY Closed Car Comfort for Business and Pleasure The 1923 Buick Four Coupe--Y1175 Combining the beauty and appointments of the costliest closed cars with modest proportions and every day utility, the Buick four-cylinder, three passenger coupe meets the requirements of business and professional use, as well as those of the family. Its smartness has been increased by the changes that have bee made in body, radiator and cowl to lower and lengthen its appear- ance and at the same time add roominess inside the body. Heavy crown fenders, drum type head and cowl lamps are touches that enhance its outside attractiveness. Wide doors swing open to reveal an interior trimmed and upholo atered in .fine plush and set off by distinctive fittings. A heater, cowl ventilator and disappearing door windows provide perfect all-weather driving comfort. Improvements have been made too in the famous Buick Valve-in-. Head engine, prings, frame and every important unit of the chassis to develop furthex the depmdabillty and ruggtlae that lways i8 so marked in Buick The tck Line for 1923  Fourteen Models: . pc, tTa; a a' an, $1S95; $ Pau. Touring ,-dan. 1325. Sixe--2 Pan. Rodt,$117$; $ hss. Touring, $1195; 5 Pas. Touring Sedan, $1935; 5 Pa edma, $19S5; 4 Pa Coupe, $1895; 7 Pass. Touring, $1435; 7 Pau. -dm, $2195; Rodt, $1625; Sport Touring, $1675. Prtc f. o. h. Buick Factorie Ask about the G. ]L L C. txchm Plan, which provides for Deferred Plymetlk I)-IS-13*NP A. M. SEMRAU ODESSA, MINN. When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them wish tanning done at any time this winter, get in touch with Hobart H. Braun, Ortonville, Minn. *252 .... DR. A. I. SIMPSON EYE SPECIALIST Medloal Bldg., Minneapolis. Dr. Simpson t a Graduate of one of thebest Op- tical Colleges, this with his twenty years practical ex- perience enables him to give his patients the most Skilful and Scien- tific service in the treatment of their eyes. /n addition to the oramary sewing and resAing glaae8 required by everyone moon after the a4ge of forty, Dr. S4mp- Iron  prelmxed to take care of the most oompllcated CUes of, Headache. Pain In tl Eyes. Burning and Smarting of the .ld., C rss Eyes in Children, Failing men. rervousneM and other troubles caused by ]gYe-straln. He makes all examinations with the new "Retino- scope." a new instrument and a new toothed that does away with the slow. old iishioned and dangerous drug meth- od. Thl inltrument reveals the inner par of the eyes so strikingly and per- foetly that diagnosis Is extremely eay. It is an instrument of precision and en be operated in a light room making n actual pleasure of what by the old mathod was g trying ordeal for both the etJent and operator. It makes use of direct method of Retlnoscopy. the Igtt and most valuable method of tting for alarums, because: (1) It re- ?1 no answers from the patient, and ) beeatme of ltl wonderful exactnesL If your eYeS trouble you, you can- not see well you need glasses or your old lense ohaaged be sure and see Dr. Blmpson on this visit. He will you the condition of your eyes, you need and the cost of havo your work done FRF OF 01K&RG. He will be at Tuesday, Nov. 7. Palm's Jewelry Store Ortonville, Minn. Good News in Every Banl: Small though the Bank Book is, if you practice Thrift, it will always hold more good news for you than even t daily new ,t will always bring a smile and strengthen yore ho[ of a prosperous future. If you want an incentive, just take wllat few dollars you can spare this week, bring them to s and start Savings Account. We will add interest. ORTONVILLE STATE 13002 John Carlson, President. C. J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke. Ass. O FORD Price again REDUCED We herewith announce other reduction of $50 in th " lin00 e prices of the entire . of FORD automobiles wia]c makes the present price $6 under pre-war price of i autos. New Ford prices: Chassis ........................................................ Runabout, Regular .................................... Touring, Regular ........................................ Truck ............................................................ Coupe ............................................................ Two Door Sedan ........................................ Four Door Sedan ...................................... F. O. B. DETROIT The Four Door Sedan is a new model car possesses features that will recommend it Comfort, appearance and style. It is fine car with the defflated price. H. L. McDow, 1 FORD DEALER Graceville --Dr. Simpson Here Nov 7. --Dr. Simpson Here Nov q" You are Judge and Jury in the case of , "Your Future" vs. "Success or Failure" If you have formed no definite plan of sav- ing your .future is rather uncertain. A thoughtful analysis of your financial op- erations will show whether you are con- ducting your affairs rightly or wrongly. Is the Jury still out ? The Gold & Co. Savings Bank will fur- nigh expert advice on this subject. Come in and talk it over. !? :III .or de P , F( r Fo Ih wl the Y ser ;ah ares :30 o' to tl be r e da ,oats is Dill a may d cur 'grarn and , Lave t ill ] ,i sea a Will of f tat ation_ al Mu Ss. aPan tuctia Y at : 8oh( With ent ins di after] ay st tendiv ll s Vith drai this er t to th, Or evl l tet at th d fo of g arh Ln Zier w I evel Up 1 i I i