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THE ORTONVII,LE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. NOVEMBER l CLINTON NEWS ] Ed. Gustafson visited at Milbank on Sunday. Irta Finberg made a trip to Minne- apolis last Saturday. Miss Helen Charles left on Sunday for her home in Hancock. A. C. Sherman left on Monday night for the cities on business. Mr. and Mrs. Win. larkel visited relatives in Milbank Snday. Dr. E. W. Plonty returned on Tues- day from his trip to the cities. :S. D. Salvesen was confined to his home on Wednesday with a bad cold. Lester Rosenland made a business trip to the cities the first of the week. iBill Kath of Minneapolis spent a :few days in Clinton ,to enjoy the hunt- igqhe Norwegian Luther League met at' the home of Theo, Anderson last Sinday. !Arthur Lokken left on Monday for llradiey, Wis., to visit at the home of his parents. Ed. Adolphson and wife, of Orton- Nille visited at the Win. Mills home last Sunday. !Miss Hulda Johnson visited between tains on Friday at the home of Mrs. Albert Gustafson. i lRev. and Mrs. Moe went to Monte- video last Sunday to visit for a few i days with relatives. Arthur Lewis of Minneapolis was a visitor between trains at the home of his cousin, J, F. Lewis. The S. and S. garage sold an Over- land:car this week to Katherine Sul- livan who lives near Barry. M. J. Ryan's'household goods were moved over from Adrian last Friday with Art Sweezy's auto truck.. Miss Lillie Johnson had her tonsils removed on .Tuesday at her home. Dr. Bergan performed the operation. Mrs. George Barton entertained a party of friends at her home, Monday afternoon to celebrate her birthday. The Barton Hotel served a special chicken supper last Sunday in honor :of Miss Helen Charles who is leaving Clinton. The town and country classes in /Home nursing were combined forthis % week and held in the schoolhouse on Tuesday night. A girl baby was born on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Snyder, Mrs. Suyder will be remembered as Mrs. Mildred MundWiler;  i The Norwegian Lutheran church will hold their annual church bazaar on Thursday, 0vember 17, at the home of N. J. Nelson. :O. T. Harrison was appointed chair- nan of the Clinton School Board, to fill the vacancy caused by Mr. Adams' removal to Minneapolis. : Alec. Holmer and T. M. WiIson made a business trip by auto.to Ros- eau, Minn. They left on Thursday and returned Sunday morning. J, H. Erickson addressed the High school and Seventh and Eighth grades on Monday in the interests of the Dowling Home for Crippled Children. Mrs. M. J. Ryan and two children arrived in Clinton on Friday. The family are now at home in the up- ,airs rooms of the Walter Lyman ouse. Mr. Isaac Shoquist, who lives north- east of Clinton had the misfortune Of breaking his arch, last MondeCy when he was kicked by a horse at his fmn home. Miss Signe Giere came home from the Graceville hospital Monday night, and is convalescing, after her opera- tion, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Bergan. i! Thomas Thompson and family of Appleton visited on Sunday at the home of John Knutson. Mr. Thomp- son is the grain buye r for the mill at Appleton. ?, Dr. Chas. Carl left on Sunday night 'i for Sheldon, Iowa, to be gone for a i: week or ten days, and it is rumored i that he will.bring a bride with him on his return. " Mr: D. Stanton was taken seriously ill early Sunday morning, and was taken to the home of his daughter Hattie in Graceville, where he is now recovering. Word has been received that a baby girl was born to Enock SundholfiL our vld-time friend and druggist who now lives at St. IIilaire, where he owns a drug store. Miss Bernice Hewitt came up from Art Sweezy is doing road work this week. he has taken a contract to plane for gravel and otherwise im- brove the Yellow Stone Trail between Big Stone City and Milbank, S. D. The Masons held a regular meet- ing at. their lodge rooms on Wednes- day night with work in the third de- gree. A large delegation came up from Ortonville. The Ortonville boys: are always welcome. Lunch was served after the work. About twenty-five relatives gather- ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Holmer, last Sunday for a surprise party and helped them celebrate their eleventh: wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Holmer were presented with a beautiful library lamp. Mr. and Mrs. Sem Steen motored to Hawley, Minn., last Saturday to visit friends and relatives. They re- turned on Tuesday. Mr. Carl Olsou accompanied them, to join Mrs. Olson who is spending a couple of weeks at her parents home at that place. The W. C. T. U. met in the church .parlors on Wednesday, November 9. Mrs, Prevey of Beardsley, district president, was a guest. The meeting was very interesting and was well attended. Mrs. Prevey was entertain- ed by Mrs. F. M. Beery while in Clin- ton. The ed Cross; Pageant will be I iven in Ortonville Saturday, at the Orpheum at three o'clock and again at eight o'clock p. m. All are in-: vited to see it. No charges. Those taking par.t from here went to Or- tonviile Thursday night for dress re- hearsal: " H. B. Adams rrived in Clinton off Monday morning to' settle up his busi- ness affairs connected with the Big Stone County Agricultural Society, which met on Tuesday at the Clinton State Bank. Mr. Adams left on Mon- (lay night to join a deer hunting ex- pedition. Earl Haeck, while riding his bicycle last Friday, ran into the corner of the cement garage, receiving injuries to his head of such a nature that several stitches were necessary. He was ren- dered unconscious for several minutes. However, he is up and about again and will soon be as well as ever. The Olsou's Sisters Concert Com- pany, which appeared under the aus- pices of Norwegian Luther Choir, gave a program at the opera house Tuesday night that was very good. The at- tendance was not as large as might have been desired, owing, probably, to the numerous entertainments given in Clinton the past few weeks. The Otson sisters w1 entelailed white in Clinton by Miss ida Steen. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Johnson motor- ed to I,ake Nordon last Sunday to spend the day with George Tennis and family. They were accompanied as fal, as Watertown by L. A. Larson and family, who visited at the home of Grandma Larson. * li I CORRELL NEWS  Ralph Moore visited in town Sun: (lay. Mr. and Mrs. Barge motored to Ap- lfleton Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Agte Visited in town i Friday afternoom J. J. DeWall was a business caliev in Ortonville Tuesday. Fordice Hudson was a business Call- er in Ortonville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger were Odessa callers Thursday. Relatives from Renville visited at the C. Bottge home this week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, Wm.Shepard saturday afternoon. Ed. Dor] and P. D. Vaughan were business callers in Appleton Friday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Shepard Saturday afternoon. Herbert Miller of Artichoke was a caller at the Ed. Birk home Sunday. Rev. Mayne of Big Stone was a business Caller in Correll Wednesday. Herbert Miller of Artichoke was a caller at the Ed. Birk home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Barie and children of Dawson visited at the Chas. Barie home Sunday. Rudolph Roske, Wesley LaSalle and Ed. Johnson motored to Appleton Sat- urday morning. Mr. and Ms. Fred Hudson of Or- tonvilte visited.at the Chas. Hudson home Thursday. Clara Atlpress went Monday night to Aberdeen where she, will take up work in the hospital. Minneapolis Sunday morning where O.E. Foel went to the Ortonville she had been attending the M. E. A. hospital Saturday where he was oper- She returned to her school at Appleton ated on for appendicitis. Sunday night. Cora, Clara and Mrs. C. Allpress, Rev. and Mrs. Moe returned on Fri- Miss Louise Birk and Mrs. Chas. Baric day from their trip to Sioux Falls, S. motored to Appleton Saturday after- D. Mrs. Olaf Mikkelson came up with them and visited friends in Clinton the first of the week. Among our rural teachers who spent Sunday at their respective homes, were Thelma Force, Hazel Swank, Amy Sweezy, Blossom Steph- ens, and Olive Green. There will be no school in Clinton on Friday, which is Armistice Day. From 10:45 to 11:00 the chm'c[: bells will be tolled in honor of te Ameri- can soldiers who died in France. An enjoyable time was had at the supper given by the Eastern Star to the Masons and their ladies, last Thursday night. About fifty guests partook of a chicken supper, after which a pleasant social evening was spent. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hedrick and Mr. ar.d Miss Determan from near Browns Valley visited at the home of R. F. Ross the first,of the week. Mrs. Hed- rick will be remembered as Mis., Pauline Determan who was bookkeep- er at the Ross hardware store, a year ago. iloon. Role Grandprey has.set himse]f up as a carpenter hnd is [eady to accept any jobs; but prefers those by con- tract. / l$Irs. O. E. Foel and daughter were i passengeOs to Ortonville Wednesday where they went to visit Mr. Foel who is in the hospital there. George Bottge celebrated his elev- enth bil%hday Friday by having a birthday party which a number of his little f'ie(ts attended. ? NORTH PRIOR * Rayno: d Poss visited at the Iaz- man'home Su;d'y. Clause Knudson and family autoed to Ortonville on Thursday. Abel Eastman purchased ffty head of fine feeding pigs this week. Lou. Stevens of Clinton was in our neighborhood last Friday looking over ome Stock. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tripp and fam- ily called at the Eastman home Sun- day evening. F. A. Karow was marketing pota- toes last week. He had a good yield considering the season. Fishing is reported to be very good on Big Stone Lake, several parties having come with big catches. Clause Knutson has a misfortune to lose a fine pure-bred cow last Wed- nesday. The animal was caught under a fall of straw. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., and daughter Jane visited with the Dan Danielson family, east of Orton- ville last Sunday. The twn board of Foster met at Ray Stegher's home Wednesday even- ing. It was decided not to start any road work this fall. Mrs. Elof Hamner underwent an operation for the removal of tonsils, at Clinton last Tuesday. She came home on Thursday and is doing well Ed. Cowell stripped the gears on his Buick in front of the Stephney schoolhouse Saturday. He towed her home later by two horse-power. Mr. Douglas of Foster visited the Stephney school Thursday morning and explained the purpose of the drive for the Dowling Memorial fund. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stegner and son E. J. were up from Ortonville Thursday visiting with Jenjamin Jr., and fmily. E. J. Stegner has just retfirned from a trip to Brainerd. Eastman brothers have been run- The Stephney Ladies Aid met with l Mrs. Ray Stegner Thureday after- noon. There was a very large atten- dance and a pleasant time was en- joyed by all. A bunch of evil spirits were at work in this neighborhood on the night of Hallowe'en. They used a Ford car to travel between the scenes of their depredations. ] Mr. and Mrs. G. Becker, Mr. Frank Becker, Miss June Becker and Mrs. Dan Bower of Park Rapids, Minn., were visiting at the Wm. Bower home last week. They came by auto to visit old friends near Browns Valley and in this vicinity. They reported that potatoes are selling for sixty cents a hundred at Park Rapids. Nortlwest Almond ? Geo:ge Young and Wm. McClurg returned from Canada last week. Mrs. Swan Erickson spent Monday evening at the MeCartney home. Mr. and Mrs. All. Young called at the Jas. Rothwell home Sunday. Misses Ann Benson and Mattie Me- Cartney spent the week-end at Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson and family visited at the Fritz Ross home Sundey, sA, candy sale held at Olson Broth- er store by district No. 19 proved ning their husking machine the past very successful, the proceeds being week. They report that the husks i $4.50. were too dry for clean husking before t Mottle and Mahlon McCartney at- the snow. If kept running steadily/tended the busine meeting of the the machine will husk thirty- five lEpworth League held at the Luther bushels an hour in good corn. /Steph_n home Monday evening. e [ ODESSA l Mrs. Wil. Haney and daughters re- turne:l from Hartley, Iowa., Thursday afteroon. Our teachers returned from the con- vention Sunday night and school open- ed Monday morning. Herman Schwandt and daughters, Cecelia and Lydia, returned from their visit in Minneapolis on Monday night. The Woman's Missionary Society of Odessa have changed the date of their annual Bazaar from November 18 to December 2, on account of other social gatherings on the former (late. They urge that everyone turn out to Bazaar and dinner. , AUCTION SALE. Being obliged to quit farming on account of sickness in the family, I will sell at public auction on my farm, located four miles South and two miles east of Clinton, Minn., and sev- en miles northeast of Ortonviile, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1921, all my personal property including 12 horses, 45 cattle, 20 hogs, 5-passenger Studebaker automobile and corn equipment of farm machinery. Sale Starts proaptly at 1:00 p. m. Free lynch in the afternoon. A. W. SWANSON, Owner. Trebil & Daly, auctioneers, First Na- tional Bank of Clinton, Clerk. Twenty million persons attend mo- tic.n picture theatres daily, paying in the aggregate $4,000,000 each 24 hours.  H A friend is a fellow who (en when you are broke. Y6u Can't Go Wrong eating at the Kafe for "our prepared with th same care day in day out. ',' Everything :ooked ,from ,ills of the best When in town with us. The Korner ,. - % . C. A. REIN  , Proprietor Clinton, Minn. ,j MINUM .PIECE GUARANTEED FOR 2OYEARS ": Sale trts 10 a.m. tu d $ -"' a r a \\; w 99o,,00 AND p m | I () r HOUSEKEEPERS! AR ema00 00able Opportu Probably never again will it be possible for us to offer YOU MUST COME EARLY-'FIRST COME FIRST ORTONvlLLE HARDW0000RE such SERVED THE ORTONVII,LE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. NOVEMBER l CLINTON NEWS ] Ed. Gustafson visited at Milbank on Sunday. Irta Finberg made a trip to Minne- apolis last Saturday. Miss Helen Charles left on Sunday for her home in Hancock. A. C. Sherman left on Monday night for the cities on business. Mr. and Mrs. Win. larkel visited relatives in Milbank Snday. Dr. E. W. Plonty returned on Tues- day from his trip to the cities. :S. D. Salvesen was confined to his home on Wednesday with a bad cold. Lester Rosenland made a business trip to the cities the first of the week. iBill Kath of Minneapolis spent a :few days in Clinton ,to enjoy the hunt- igqhe Norwegian Luther League met at' the home of Theo, Anderson last Sinday. !Arthur Lokken left on Monday for llradiey, Wis., to visit at the home of his parents. Ed. Adolphson and wife, of Orton- Nille visited at the Win. Mills home last Sunday. !Miss Hulda Johnson visited between tains on Friday at the home of Mrs. Albert Gustafson. i lRev. and Mrs. Moe went to Monte- video last Sunday to visit for a few i days with relatives. Arthur Lewis of Minneapolis was a visitor between trains at the home of his cousin, J, F. Lewis. The S. and S. garage sold an Over- land:car this week to Katherine Sul- livan who lives near Barry. M. J. Ryan's'household goods were moved over from Adrian last Friday with Art Sweezy's auto truck.. Miss Lillie Johnson had her tonsils removed on .Tuesday at her home. Dr. Bergan performed the operation. Mrs. George Barton entertained a party of friends at her home, Monday afternoon to celebrate her birthday. The Barton Hotel served a special chicken supper last Sunday in honor :of Miss Helen Charles who is leaving Clinton. The town and country classes in /Home nursing were combined forthis % week and held in the schoolhouse on Tuesday night. A girl baby was born on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Snyder, Mrs. Suyder will be remembered as Mrs. Mildred MundWiler;  i The Norwegian Lutheran church will hold their annual church bazaar on Thursday, 0vember 17, at the home of N. J. Nelson. :O. T. Harrison was appointed chair- nan of the Clinton School Board, to fill the vacancy caused by Mr. Adams' removal to Minneapolis. : Alec. Holmer and T. M. WiIson made a business trip by auto.to Ros- eau, Minn. They left on Thursday and returned Sunday morning. J, H. Erickson addressed the High school and Seventh and Eighth grades on Monday in the interests of the Dowling Home for Crippled Children. Mrs. M. J. Ryan and two children arrived in Clinton on Friday. The family are now at home in the up- ,airs rooms of the Walter Lyman ouse. Mr. Isaac Shoquist, who lives north- east of Clinton had the misfortune Of breaking his arch, last MondeCy when he was kicked by a horse at his fmn home. Miss Signe Giere came home from the Graceville hospital Monday night, and is convalescing, after her opera- tion, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Bergan. i! Thomas Thompson and family of Appleton visited on Sunday at the home of John Knutson. Mr. Thomp- son is the grain buye r for the mill at Appleton. ?, Dr. Chas. Carl left on Sunday night 'i for Sheldon, Iowa, to be gone for a i: week or ten days, and it is rumored i that he will.bring a bride with him on his return. " Mr: D. Stanton was taken seriously ill early Sunday morning, and was taken to the home of his daughter Hattie in Graceville, where he is now recovering. Word has been received that a baby girl was born to Enock SundholfiL our vld-time friend and druggist who now lives at St. IIilaire, where he owns a drug store. Miss Bernice Hewitt came up from Art Sweezy is doing road work this week. he has taken a contract to plane for gravel and otherwise im- brove the Yellow Stone Trail between Big Stone City and Milbank, S. D. The Masons held a regular meet- ing at. their lodge rooms on Wednes- day night with work in the third de- gree. A large delegation came up from Ortonville. The Ortonville boys: are always welcome. Lunch was served after the work. About twenty-five relatives gather- ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Holmer, last Sunday for a surprise party and helped them celebrate their eleventh: wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Holmer were presented with a beautiful library lamp. Mr. and Mrs. Sem Steen motored to Hawley, Minn., last Saturday to visit friends and relatives. They re- turned on Tuesday. Mr. Carl Olsou accompanied them, to join Mrs. Olson who is spending a couple of weeks at her parents home at that place. The W. C. T. U. met in the church .parlors on Wednesday, November 9. Mrs, Prevey of Beardsley, district president, was a guest. The meeting was very interesting and was well attended. Mrs. Prevey was entertain- ed by Mrs. F. M. Beery while in Clin- ton. The ed Cross; Pageant will be I iven in Ortonville Saturday, at the Orpheum at three o'clock and again at eight o'clock p. m. All are in-: vited to see it. No charges. Those taking par.t from here went to Or- tonviile Thursday night for dress re- hearsal: " H. B. Adams rrived in Clinton off Monday morning to' settle up his busi- ness affairs connected with the Big Stone County Agricultural Society, which met on Tuesday at the Clinton State Bank. Mr. Adams left on Mon- (lay night to join a deer hunting ex- pedition. Earl Haeck, while riding his bicycle last Friday, ran into the corner of the cement garage, receiving injuries to his head of such a nature that several stitches were necessary. He was ren- dered unconscious for several minutes. However, he is up and about again and will soon be as well as ever. The Olsou's Sisters Concert Com- pany, which appeared under the aus- pices of Norwegian Luther Choir, gave a program at the opera house Tuesday night that was very good. The at- tendance was not as large as might have been desired, owing, probably, to the numerous entertainments given in Clinton the past few weeks. The Otson sisters w1 entelailed white in Clinton by Miss ida Steen. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Johnson motor- ed to I,ake Nordon last Sunday to spend the day with George Tennis and family. They were accompanied as fal, as Watertown by L. A. Larson and family, who visited at the home of Grandma Larson. * li I CORRELL NEWS  Ralph Moore visited in town Sun: (lay. Mr. and Mrs. Barge motored to Ap- lfleton Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Agte Visited in town i Friday afternoom J. J. DeWall was a business caliev in Ortonville Tuesday. Fordice Hudson was a business Call- er in Ortonville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger were Odessa callers Thursday. Relatives from Renville visited at the C. Bottge home this week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, Wm.Shepard saturday afternoon. Ed. Dor] and P. D. Vaughan were business callers in Appleton Friday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Shepard Saturday afternoon. Herbert Miller of Artichoke was a caller at the Ed. Birk home Sunday. Rev. Mayne of Big Stone was a business Caller in Correll Wednesday. Herbert Miller of Artichoke was a caller at the Ed. Birk home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Barie and children of Dawson visited at the Chas. Barie home Sunday. Rudolph Roske, Wesley LaSalle and Ed. Johnson motored to Appleton Sat- urday morning. Mr. and Ms. Fred Hudson of Or- tonvilte visited.at the Chas. Hudson home Thursday. Clara Atlpress went Monday night to Aberdeen where she, will take up work in the hospital. Minneapolis Sunday morning where O.E. Foel went to the Ortonville she had been attending the M. E. A. hospital Saturday where he was oper- She returned to her school at Appleton ated on for appendicitis. Sunday night. Cora, Clara and Mrs. C. Allpress, Rev. and Mrs. Moe returned on Fri- Miss Louise Birk and Mrs. Chas. Baric day from their trip to Sioux Falls, S. motored to Appleton Saturday after- D. Mrs. Olaf Mikkelson came up with them and visited friends in Clinton the first of the week. Among our rural teachers who spent Sunday at their respective homes, were Thelma Force, Hazel Swank, Amy Sweezy, Blossom Steph- ens, and Olive Green. There will be no school in Clinton on Friday, which is Armistice Day. From 10:45 to 11:00 the chm'c[: bells will be tolled in honor of te Ameri- can soldiers who died in France. An enjoyable time was had at the supper given by the Eastern Star to the Masons and their ladies, last Thursday night. About fifty guests partook of a chicken supper, after which a pleasant social evening was spent. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hedrick and Mr. ar.d Miss Determan from near Browns Valley visited at the home of R. F. Ross the first,of the week. Mrs. Hed- rick will be remembered as Mis., Pauline Determan who was bookkeep- er at the Ross hardware store, a year ago. iloon. Role Grandprey has.set himse]f up as a carpenter hnd is [eady to accept any jobs; but prefers those by con- tract. / l$Irs. O. E. Foel and daughter were i passengeOs to Ortonville Wednesday where they went to visit Mr. Foel who is in the hospital there. George Bottge celebrated his elev- enth bil%hday Friday by having a birthday party which a number of his little f'ie(ts attended. ? NORTH PRIOR * Rayno: d Poss visited at the Iaz- man'home Su;d'y. Clause Knudson and family autoed to Ortonville on Thursday. Abel Eastman purchased ffty head of fine feeding pigs this week. Lou. Stevens of Clinton was in our neighborhood last Friday looking over ome Stock. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tripp and fam- ily called at the Eastman home Sun- day evening. F. A. Karow was marketing pota- toes last week. He had a good yield considering the season. Fishing is reported to be very good on Big Stone Lake, several parties having come with big catches. Clause Knutson has a misfortune to lose a fine pure-bred cow last Wed- nesday. The animal was caught under a fall of straw. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., and daughter Jane visited with the Dan Danielson family, east of Orton- ville last Sunday. The twn board of Foster met at Ray Stegher's home Wednesday even- ing. It was decided not to start any road work this fall. Mrs. Elof Hamner underwent an operation for the removal of tonsils, at Clinton last Tuesday. She came home on Thursday and is doing well Ed. Cowell stripped the gears on his Buick in front of the Stephney schoolhouse Saturday. He towed her home later by two horse-power. Mr. Douglas of Foster visited the Stephney school Thursday morning and explained the purpose of the drive for the Dowling Memorial fund. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stegner and son E. J. were up from Ortonville Thursday visiting with Jenjamin Jr., and fmily. E. J. Stegner has just retfirned from a trip to Brainerd. Eastman brothers have been run- The Stephney Ladies Aid met with l Mrs. Ray Stegner Thureday after- noon. There was a very large atten- dance and a pleasant time was en- joyed by all. A bunch of evil spirits were at work in this neighborhood on the night of Hallowe'en. They used a Ford car to travel between the scenes of their depredations. ] Mr. and Mrs. G. Becker, Mr. Frank Becker, Miss June Becker and Mrs. Dan Bower of Park Rapids, Minn., were visiting at the Wm. Bower home last week. They came by auto to visit old friends near Browns Valley and in this vicinity. They reported that potatoes are selling for sixty cents a hundred at Park Rapids. Nortlwest Almond ? Geo:ge Young and Wm. McClurg returned from Canada last week. Mrs. Swan Erickson spent Monday evening at the MeCartney home. Mr. and Mrs. All. Young called at the Jas. Rothwell home Sunday. Misses Ann Benson and Mattie Me- Cartney spent the week-end at Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson and family visited at the Fritz Ross home Sundey, sA, candy sale held at Olson Broth- er store by district No. 19 proved ning their husking machine the past very successful, the proceeds being week. They report that the husks i $4.50. were too dry for clean husking before t Mottle and Mahlon McCartney at- the snow. If kept running steadily/tended the busine meeting of the the machine will husk thirty- five lEpworth League held at the Luther bushels an hour in good corn. /Steph_n home Monday evening. e [ ODESSA l Mrs. Wil. Haney and daughters re- turne:l from Hartley, Iowa., Thursday afteroon. Our teachers returned from the con- vention Sunday night and school open- ed Monday morning. Herman Schwandt and daughters, Cecelia and Lydia, returned from their visit in Minneapolis on Monday night. The Woman's Missionary Society of Odessa have changed the date of their annual Bazaar from November 18 to December 2, on account of other social gatherings on the former (late. They urge that everyone turn out to Bazaar and dinner. , AUCTION SALE. Being obliged to quit farming on account of sickness in the family, I will sell at public auction on my farm, located four miles South and two miles east of Clinton, Minn., and sev- en miles northeast of Ortonviile, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1921, all my personal property including 12 horses, 45 cattle, 20 hogs, 5-passenger Studebaker automobile and corn equipment of farm machinery. Sale Starts proaptly at 1:00 p. m. Free lynch in the afternoon. A. W. SWANSON, Owner. Trebil & Daly, auctioneers, First Na- tional Bank of Clinton, Clerk. Twenty million persons attend mo- tic.n picture theatres daily, paying in the aggregate $4,000,000 each 24 hours.  H A friend is a fellow who (en when you are broke. Y6u Can't Go Wrong eating at the Kafe for "our prepared with th same care day in day out. ',' Everything :ooked ,from ,ills of the best When in town with us. The Korner ,. - % . C. A. REIN  , Proprietor Clinton, Minn. ,j MINUM .PIECE GUARANTEED FOR 2OYEARS ": Sale trts 10 a.m. tu d $ -"' a r a \\; w 99o,,00 AND p m | I () r HOUSEKEEPERS! AR ema00 00able Opportu Probably never again will it be possible for us to offer YOU MUST COME EARLY-'FIRST COME FIRST ORTONvlLLE HARDW0000RE such SERVED PAGE "4 THE ORTONVILLE IND]PENDENT eL00TON NEWS i IL Gustaison visited at Milbank on U]nrYFinberg mad e a trip to Minne- apolis last Stturday, Miss Helen Charles left on Sunday for her home in Hancock. A. C. Shean left on Monday night er the oitie on business. Mr. and M. Wm. lWarkel visited relatives in btiiban Sfinday. Dr. E. W. plenty retued on Tues day from his trip to the cities. S. D. SMsen w confined to his home on WedneSday with a hd cold. Lester 1senhtnd made a business toLD to the cities the fit of the wool Bit Kath of Miapolls spent a days in Clinton to enjoy the hunt- hgrIe Noegi Luther League met Mi the home of Theo. Aaden last nur Lokken left o Monday for ltradiey, Wls., to visit at the home of htJ paints. iEd. Adolphn d wife, of Orton- ffle visited at the Wm. Mitbs home lt Sunday. M3 Hulda Johann sited between tlins on Friday at the hd of Mra onville Thursday night for dyes re. heasaL H. B. Adams #rrived in Clinton off Monday morning to settle up his bust- Albert Oustafn. Roy. and M Moe went to Monte- video last 8wnday to visit for a fe days with relatives. Arthur Lewls of Minneapolis w visitor be wean era ns at the home oJ ls e0usin, J. F. Lewis. The S. and S. garage sold an Ove lavs tkis wesk to Katherine Sub llv who flees near Barry. M. J. Ryan's'heusehold goods were moved over from Adman last Friday with Art Swzy's auto tck.. Miss Lille Johon had her toasils removed on Tuesday at her home. Dr. rgan performed the operation. Mrs. Georg Barton entertained a party of friends at her homE, Monday afternoon to celebrate her birthday. The Barton Hoto served a speeial chicken supper last Sunday in honor of Miss Hlen Charles who is leing Clinte, The town and untry closes in qome nuing were combined for tis wk and held in the schoomouse on Tuesday rdght. A girl baby was born on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Iin Snyder, Mrs. Art Swzy is doing road work! F.A. Karow was marketing pore. The Stephney Ladies Aid met with $ ...... A friend is this week. lie has taken a coati'deterGes last week. He hl a good yield MR. Ray Stegner Thuday after-I UIJ3,A I en when you are bke. to ple for gravel d otherwise ira-l considering the Sedan. [noon. There was a very large atten-v  m 1  prove the YeUow Sto 'trail betwnJ Fishing is parted to be very goodldce d a pleasant tme was en-I Mrs. Wd Haney and daughters rE- m Big Stone City and Milbank, & D. on Big Stone Lake, several pariesJjo)ed by all. I tune fm Hartiey, Iowa., Thursday The Masons held a regular meet- havig come th big catches. A bunch of evil splrit were at work afterooa. ..... he ............. Wed ........................... linth .......................... I ................................ dY ,t   'N day hight'with work in the third de-leO }e a fine pubd cow last Wed-] Haliowe'en. They used a Ford carl vention Sunday night and school open. IU Lilll ge A large delegation came uplnesday. The animal was caught under] to travel between the scen of their ed Mon ay mol ng from Ortonville. The Ortonville boys I a fall of straw, 'depledaiions. Herman Sehvandt and daughter ...................................... Jani Steg ....... I ........................... IC ........ dLyd ......... d' ....... r GO Vron ee:[ after he rk. I d daughter Ja e gted th thel Bke M Ju e P.eeker d M .............. s - wo an . n. v w r, iss n an rs. visit m Mmeapo *s on Monday night. About twenty five lati s gath Dan Dameln family, east of Orton Da B e f Park Rapids Mi dat he home of M dM Aee e as Sunaav -e "'t gattheW B erh h " e nan - e Iq . Iws*m . m. ow ome Odessa ave cbged the date of their eating atthe Ko ltolmer. Imt Sunday for a surpns The ttwn board of Foster met at It week. They came by auto to visit [ B  f tuber 18 to .... ...... help the ......... I ...... ser'shom. W ............ Iold ........................ d e:beZ o%n e - , Kale f ..... fo( ' M .... " , ot otaer soe a Eleventh weddmgl *veY.rened withr" ing, It was dded, not to start any in this vintty. .neY pol, that gatherlngs on the former date. qey prepared wlth" t h d Mrs.. Ha mar were p ad work this fail. potatos are seilmg for sixty cents urge that everyone turn out to h,s a beautiful hbry lamlx Mrs. Elof Her deent an a hundred at Park Rapids. Baser and dinner, same care day in Mr, d Mrs. Sew Steen motored operat on for the moval of toils, at --  -- out to Hawley, Minn., last Saturday to Clinton last Tuesday. She  home @, . " * *   A*CTION ALE. a . visit friends xd relatives. They - on Thsda and ie dole IL [ .DIOrlWl lmoo t , ' . .  turaed oQ Tuesday. Mr. Carl Die,on a t' Yl  .tt gh g *. @ Bemg obliged to qmt fang on ., Everything mpanied them, to jola Mrs. Oln hi'ucw " [nP} ;e hn/. George Young and Wm. MeClurg ...... t of *ickyess  the family,  Cooked from ma who is spending a couple of weeks at hoolhou Satmxla He towed he returned from Cada lt k. will sel at pubhe auction on my fa, ,, her garents home at that p[e, home later b- two r nnwer Mrs Swan Erlekson spent Monday 10eared four miles South and two  ,a! s of the best art The W. C. T. U. met L the church  ." evening at the McCartney home. miles et of Clinton, minn., an d see- r , - ...i .... wd ela w Nombe r 9 Mr. Dougi of Foster visited the en m  northe t of Ortonv e on When in town ............ n _ .. ............... ' Th ........ f n lied at ' . ............ Beardsley, di [ng thM.aandRotMhrwS.e AgmYognd  MONDAY, NO ............... wth us t est. The mt and explat ed the purpose of the dave Y s I  rt m reside as a ins " my pe o a p P Y " luding 12 ed ..... F. M. Beaty wh ........... E. J" ..... from De ......... d ...... [met Ande .... d eqi ........... h ..... S ........ The ton. Thday visiting with Jenjamln J*., family sited at the Fritz P home Starts promptly at 1:00 p. m. Free The ged Cross; Pat will be and faily, g.J. Stegner has 5ust Sundey. lunch in the afiemn. ffive n in Ortonville Saturday, at th tamed from a trip to Bralnerd. A candy saI e held at Olson Broth. A, W. SWANSON, Oer, Orpheum at th o'elk d agai Eastman brothem have bn me- era' store by district No, 19 pved .TbiI&Da[y, ntctloneem, FtrstNm 'C, A. at eight o'olk  m All are l. nlng their husking mhine the pas very susslal, the peeeds heLg[ tlonal Bk of Charon, CRerk* vited to so e it . No charges . ,rhe wk, They lepa n that th e hkt $4 ] proprietor tak ng part firm hem went to Or. were too dry for clean husking befit 0attie and Mahlon MoCartney at- Twenty million parkas attend ran- ' he sn. If kept nning steadi b tended the bines mting of the'tionl O ictur theatres dhily, paying in Cliflton |nn. machine will hk thirty-flw Epworth Leagae held at the Luthlthe ggggate $400,000 eh nshels an hour in good com. Stephsn home Mondag evening. ] hou .... hess affairs connected with the Big Stone County Agricultural Society, which met on Tsday at the Clinton State Bank. Mr. Ada eft on Mon- day Idght to join a dr hunting ex- ,editnn. -I Hck. while Idd[ng his biole last Friday, ran into the coer of the nt garage, eeiving injuries to his hd of such a nature that several stltches we,v nessary. He was n dared unconscious for several minute. Hoover. he is up and about again and ill on be as well as ever. The Olson's Sisters Concert Com- ply, which avpeared under the aus- pices of Norwegian Luther Chair, gave a program at the opera hoa Tuesday night that as very good. The at- toadance was not as large as might Snyder II be mmemberi as Mrs. Mdred Mundwiler. have been desid, owing, pbably " eh rob to the numerous tsrtanments given : The Norgian Lutheran u n Cilnton the pt few weeks. The *#ill hold thelr annual chuh bazanr Olson s]stors w enter0i.ed whl Thuday, :November 17, at thel, k . n Charon by Mlss da Steen. borne of N. J, Nelson. Mr. and Mr G. M, Jnhnson motor: ed to Lake Nordon last Sunday to spend the day with George Tennis and family, They we mpanied as fa as watertown hy L. A. Lars4 and family, who visited at the home of Grrm'na Larson. .... @ CORRELL NEWS , Ralph Modi visited in town S  O. T. Harrison was appointed chair-  Of the Clinton School Brd, to fig the vaney caed hy Mr. Adams' remova to Mirmeapelis. Ale Holmer and T. M. WiIson ' made a husness trip by auto.to Rgs- eau Min. They eft -Thursd l turned Snnday morning. J. I{. Erickn addr4 the HLg hol and Seventh and Eighth grad Monday in the intests nf th Dowli.g Home for Cppled Childn Mrs, M. J. Ryan and two ehildmr arved in Clinton on day. The amily are now at home in the up- sta3 oms of the Walter Lyman house. Mr. Isaac Shoquist, whn lives north- t of Cllnton had the mifnrtune Of baklng his a last Monday when ae w ldoked by a hor at his fa bemn. Mis algae Giere came home from the Graeeville hospital Monday nlght, and is convalescing, aftor her opera- tide, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Barges. Thomae q31ompn and family of Appleton visited on Sunday at the home of John Knutson. Mr. Thomp- co. is the grain buyer far the mill at Appleton. Dr. Chas. Cart left on Sunday nlght for Sheldon, Iowa, to be gone for a week or ten days, and if is mored that he wlll.btlng a bride with him hls tum. " Mr. D. Stanton was taken ,eriou day. Mr. and Mrs. Bade motored to Ap- pleton Saturday. Roy. and Mrs. Agte visited in town Friday afternoon, J. J. DeWall was a busieess caller in Or%nville Tuesday. Fordiee Hudaon w a business call- el in Ortonville Thu!day. Mr. d Mrs. Mike Luasinger we Odessa eallem Thursday. Relatives from Renville visited at the C. Bottge home this week. A son was bo to Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Sheard Saturday aRemoon. Ed, Doff and P. I Vauthan Were business lle in Appleton FrMay. A son was bo tn Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shepard Saturday afto. Herbert Miller ef Artichoke was a oaer a the Ed. Birk home Sunday. Re. Mayne of Big Stone wasa business caller In Coeil Wednesday. Herbert Miller of Artichoke was a caller at the Ed. Birk home Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. Barle and ehildre. of Dawn visited at the Chas. Barle home Sunday. ffi ear?y Sunday mournS, and ws taken to the home of his daughter Hattie in Grevdie, where he is no recovering. Word has been received hat a baby girl was bo tn Enoek Sundhnlfn, ou* ld-tme frled and druggist who no lives at St. Hilaire, where he GYms drag sto. Miss Bernice Hewitt came up fro nneap0tis Sunday moing where he had been attending the M. E. A. She rotated to her school at Appleton Sunday night. Roy. and M. Moo retued nn Fri- day from their trip to Sioux Falls. S. D. Mrs. Olaf Mikkelson eamup with them and visited friend in Clinton the first of the woek. Among our rural teachers who spen Sunday at their speetive homes, were Thelma Fore, Hazel Swk, Amy Sweezy, Blossom Steph- ens, and Olive Gm,. There will be  sehnol in Clinton Rudolph Roske, Wesley LaSalle and Ed. Johvson motored to Appleton Sat rda'm oin . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hudson of Or tonville vited.at the Chas. Hndso borne Thursday. Clara Allpmss went Momlay nigh to Aberdeen where she. will take '*rk in the hospital. O. E. Fool went to the Ortonville hospital Saturday where he was riper- ated on for appendietls. Co, Clara and Mrs C, Allpres, Mis, Louise Birk d Mrs. Ch Barge mntored to Appleton Saturday after 'Rnle Grandprey has,t himIf up a a carpenter nd is pady to ept any job; but pfers those by con- tract. , i lilts O E. Fool and daughter we passenzes to Ortonville Wdneday where they went to visit blr. Feel who is in the hnspJal the. George Bottge celebrated hls elev- on Friday, which is Astiee Day. From 10:45 to 11:00 the chmk bells wfl be tolled in honor of tee Am'i- n oldie who died Ln Fr. An enjnyable time was ,had at the supper given by the Easte Star to the Masons d their ladies, last Thursday nigh About fifvy guests took of a ehicke supper, after which a pleant social Gyving was spen Mr. d M. Emil Hedlick and Mr. ard Miss Determan from nea Bray, as Va]loy sited at the ho of R, F. Ross the flrstf the wk. Mrs. Hed- rick will be remembered as ,Mi Pauli Determ who was heoklttep- er at the Ro hardware store, a year an. ( INUM  .PIECE GU FOR ,0 1 ', Starts' 10 a.m. Sharp, Saturday i 99C:i ....... 00$1.39 enth hh'ththg Fridn by having a b rthduy patty which a number of his lltt[e f%,.ds "attended. :1[ It0USEKEEPERSiARemarkableOppc mayo ' ....... Probably never again will "it be possible for us to offer Clause Knudson anti family autol to%,/&:: p\\;%%, ....... , YOU MUST COME EARLY FIRST COME FIRST SERVED of fine feeding pis this week. l,ou. Stevens of Clinton w in our neighborhol day ,ookl ...... ' 'l --' ' l'l/ll. er.ntoIrs. Harry Tripp and faro- i* " Ily eMled at the Eastm home Sun- day ening. THE ORTONVII,LE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. NOVEMBER l CLINTON NEWS ] Ed. Gustafson visited at Milbank on Sunday. Irta Finberg made a trip to Minne- apolis last Saturday. Miss Helen Charles left on Sunday for her home in Hancock. A. C. Sherman left on Monday night for the cities on business. Mr. and Mrs. Win. larkel visited relatives in Milbank Snday. Dr. E. W. Plonty returned on Tues- day from his trip to the cities. :S. D. Salvesen was confined to his home on Wednesday with a bad cold. Lester Rosenland made a business trip to the cities the first of the week. iBill Kath of Minneapolis spent a :few days in Clinton ,to enjoy the hunt- igqhe Norwegian Luther League met at' the home of Theo, Anderson last Sinday. !Arthur Lokken left on Monday for llradiey, Wis., to visit at the home of his parents. Ed. Adolphson and wife, of Orton- Nille visited at the Win. Mills home last Sunday. !Miss Hulda Johnson visited between tains on Friday at the home of Mrs. Albert Gustafson. i lRev. and Mrs. Moe went to Monte- video last Sunday to visit for a few i days with relatives. Arthur Lewis of Minneapolis was a visitor between trains at the home of his cousin, J, F. Lewis. The S. and S. garage sold an Over- land:car this week to Katherine Sul- livan who lives near Barry. M. J. Ryan's'household goods were moved over from Adrian last Friday with Art Sweezy's auto truck.. Miss Lillie Johnson had her tonsils removed on .Tuesday at her home. Dr. Bergan performed the operation. Mrs. George Barton entertained a party of friends at her home, Monday afternoon to celebrate her birthday. The Barton Hotel served a special chicken supper last Sunday in honor :of Miss Helen Charles who is leaving Clinton. The town and country classes in /Home nursing were combined forthis % week and held in the schoolhouse on Tuesday night. A girl baby was born on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Snyder, Mrs. Suyder will be remembered as Mrs. Mildred MundWiler;  i The Norwegian Lutheran church will hold their annual church bazaar on Thursday, 0vember 17, at the home of N. J. Nelson. :O. T. Harrison was appointed chair- nan of the Clinton School Board, to fill the vacancy caused by Mr. Adams' removal to Minneapolis. : Alec. Holmer and T. M. WiIson made a business trip by auto.to Ros- eau, Minn. They left on Thursday and returned Sunday morning. J, H. Erickson addressed the High school and Seventh and Eighth grades on Monday in the interests of the Dowling Home for Crippled Children. Mrs. M. J. Ryan and two children arrived in Clinton on Friday. The family are now at home in the up- ,airs rooms of the Walter Lyman ouse. Mr. Isaac Shoquist, who lives north- east of Clinton had the misfortune Of breaking his arch, last MondeCy when he was kicked by a horse at his fmn home. Miss Signe Giere came home from the Graceville hospital Monday night, and is convalescing, after her opera- tion, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Bergan. i! Thomas Thompson and family of Appleton visited on Sunday at the home of John Knutson. Mr. Thomp- son is the grain buye r for the mill at Appleton. ?, Dr. Chas. Carl left on Sunday night 'i for Sheldon, Iowa, to be gone for a i: week or ten days, and it is rumored i that he will.bring a bride with him on his return. " Mr: D. Stanton was taken seriously ill early Sunday morning, and was taken to the home of his daughter Hattie in Graceville, where he is now recovering. Word has been received that a baby girl was born to Enock SundholfiL our vld-time friend and druggist who now lives at St. IIilaire, where he owns a drug store. Miss Bernice Hewitt came up from Art Sweezy is doing road work this week. he has taken a contract to plane for gravel and otherwise im- brove the Yellow Stone Trail between Big Stone City and Milbank, S. D. The Masons held a regular meet- ing at. their lodge rooms on Wednes- day night with work in the third de- gree. A large delegation came up from Ortonville. The Ortonville boys: are always welcome. Lunch was served after the work. About twenty-five relatives gather- ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alec Holmer, last Sunday for a surprise party and helped them celebrate their eleventh: wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Holmer were presented with a beautiful library lamp. Mr. and Mrs. Sem Steen motored to Hawley, Minn., last Saturday to visit friends and relatives. They re- turned on Tuesday. Mr. Carl Olsou accompanied them, to join Mrs. Olson who is spending a couple of weeks at her parents home at that place. The W. C. T. U. met in the church .parlors on Wednesday, November 9. Mrs, Prevey of Beardsley, district president, was a guest. The meeting was very interesting and was well attended. Mrs. Prevey was entertain- ed by Mrs. F. M. Beery while in Clin- ton. The ed Cross; Pageant will be I iven in Ortonville Saturday, at the Orpheum at three o'clock and again at eight o'clock p. m. All are in-: vited to see it. No charges. Those taking par.t from here went to Or- tonviile Thursday night for dress re- hearsal: " H. B. Adams rrived in Clinton off Monday morning to' settle up his busi- ness affairs connected with the Big Stone County Agricultural Society, which met on Tuesday at the Clinton State Bank. Mr. Adams left on Mon- (lay night to join a deer hunting ex- pedition. Earl Haeck, while riding his bicycle last Friday, ran into the corner of the cement garage, receiving injuries to his head of such a nature that several stitches were necessary. He was ren- dered unconscious for several minutes. However, he is up and about again and will soon be as well as ever. The Olsou's Sisters Concert Com- pany, which appeared under the aus- pices of Norwegian Luther Choir, gave a program at the opera house Tuesday night that was very good. The at- tendance was not as large as might have been desired, owing, probably, to the numerous entertainments given in Clinton the past few weeks. The Otson sisters w1 entelailed white in Clinton by Miss ida Steen. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Johnson motor- ed to I,ake Nordon last Sunday to spend the day with George Tennis and family. They were accompanied as fal, as Watertown by L. A. Larson and family, who visited at the home of Grandma Larson. * li I CORRELL NEWS  Ralph Moore visited in town Sun: (lay. Mr. and Mrs. Barge motored to Ap- lfleton Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Agte Visited in town i Friday afternoom J. J. DeWall was a business caliev in Ortonville Tuesday. Fordice Hudson was a business Call- er in Ortonville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luchsinger were Odessa callers Thursday. Relatives from Renville visited at the C. Bottge home this week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs, Wm.Shepard saturday afternoon. Ed. Dor] and P. D. Vaughan were business callers in Appleton Friday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Win. Shepard Saturday afternoon. Herbert Miller of Artichoke was a caller at the Ed. Birk home Sunday. Rev. Mayne of Big Stone was a business Caller in Correll Wednesday. Herbert Miller of Artichoke was a caller at the Ed. Birk home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. Barie and children of Dawson visited at the Chas. Barie home Sunday. Rudolph Roske, Wesley LaSalle and Ed. Johnson motored to Appleton Sat- urday morning. Mr. and Ms. Fred Hudson of Or- tonvilte visited.at the Chas. Hudson home Thursday. Clara Atlpress went Monday night to Aberdeen where she, will take up work in the hospital. Minneapolis Sunday morning where O.E. Foel went to the Ortonville she had been attending the M. E. A. hospital Saturday where he was oper- She returned to her school at Appleton ated on for appendicitis. Sunday night. Cora, Clara and Mrs. C. Allpress, Rev. and Mrs. Moe returned on Fri- Miss Louise Birk and Mrs. Chas. Baric day from their trip to Sioux Falls, S. motored to Appleton Saturday after- D. Mrs. Olaf Mikkelson came up with them and visited friends in Clinton the first of the week. Among our rural teachers who spent Sunday at their respective homes, were Thelma Force, Hazel Swank, Amy Sweezy, Blossom Steph- ens, and Olive Green. There will be no school in Clinton on Friday, which is Armistice Day. From 10:45 to 11:00 the chm'c[: bells will be tolled in honor of te Ameri- can soldiers who died in France. An enjoyable time was had at the supper given by the Eastern Star to the Masons and their ladies, last Thursday night. About fifty guests partook of a chicken supper, after which a pleasant social evening was spent. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hedrick and Mr. ar.d Miss Determan from near Browns Valley visited at the home of R. F. Ross the first,of the week. Mrs. Hed- rick will be remembered as Mis., Pauline Determan who was bookkeep- er at the Ross hardware store, a year ago. iloon. Role Grandprey has.set himse]f up as a carpenter hnd is [eady to accept any jobs; but prefers those by con- tract. / l$Irs. O. E. Foel and daughter were i passengeOs to Ortonville Wednesday where they went to visit Mr. Foel who is in the hospital there. George Bottge celebrated his elev- enth bil%hday Friday by having a birthday party which a number of his little f'ie(ts attended. ? NORTH PRIOR * Rayno: d Poss visited at the Iaz- man'home Su;d'y. Clause Knudson and family autoed to Ortonville on Thursday. Abel Eastman purchased ffty head of fine feeding pigs this week. Lou. Stevens of Clinton was in our neighborhood last Friday looking over ome Stock. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tripp and fam- ily called at the Eastman home Sun- day evening. F. A. Karow was marketing pota- toes last week. He had a good yield considering the season. Fishing is reported to be very good on Big Stone Lake, several parties having come with big catches. Clause Knutson has a misfortune to lose a fine pure-bred cow last Wed- nesday. The animal was caught under a fall of straw. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stegner, Jr., and daughter Jane visited with the Dan Danielson family, east of Orton- ville last Sunday. The twn board of Foster met at Ray Stegher's home Wednesday even- ing. It was decided not to start any road work this fall. Mrs. Elof Hamner underwent an operation for the removal of tonsils, at Clinton last Tuesday. She came home on Thursday and is doing well Ed. Cowell stripped the gears on his Buick in front of the Stephney schoolhouse Saturday. He towed her home later by two horse-power. Mr. Douglas of Foster visited the Stephney school Thursday morning and explained the purpose of the drive for the Dowling Memorial fund. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Stegner and son E. J. were up from Ortonville Thursday visiting with Jenjamin Jr., and fmily. E. J. Stegner has just retfirned from a trip to Brainerd. Eastman brothers have been run- The Stephney Ladies Aid met with l Mrs. Ray Stegner Thureday after- noon. There was a very large atten- dance and a pleasant time was en- joyed by all. A bunch of evil spirits were at work in this neighborhood on the night of Hallowe'en. They used a Ford car to travel between the scenes of their depredations. ] Mr. and Mrs. G. Becker, Mr. Frank Becker, Miss June Becker and Mrs. Dan Bower of Park Rapids, Minn., were visiting at the Wm. Bower home last week. They came by auto to visit old friends near Browns Valley and in this vicinity. They reported that potatoes are selling for sixty cents a hundred at Park Rapids. Nortlwest Almond ? Geo:ge Young and Wm. McClurg returned from Canada last week. Mrs. Swan Erickson spent Monday evening at the MeCartney home. Mr. and Mrs. All. Young called at the Jas. Rothwell home Sunday. Misses Ann Benson and Mattie Me- Cartney spent the week-end at Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Anderson and family visited at the Fritz Ross home Sundey, sA, candy sale held at Olson Broth- er store by district No. 19 proved ning their husking machine the past very successful, the proceeds being week. They report that the husks i $4.50. were too dry for clean husking before t Mottle and Mahlon McCartney at- the snow. If kept running steadily/tended the busine meeting of the the machine will husk thirty- five lEpworth League held at the Luther bushels an hour in good corn. /Steph_n home Monday evening. e [ ODESSA l Mrs. Wil. Haney and daughters re- turne:l from Hartley, Iowa., Thursday afteroon. Our teachers returned from the con- vention Sunday night and school open- ed Monday morning. Herman Schwandt and daughters, Cecelia and Lydia, returned from their visit in Minneapolis on Monday night. The Woman's Missionary Society of Odessa have changed the date of their annual Bazaar from November 18 to December 2, on account of other social gatherings on the former (late. They urge that everyone turn out to Bazaar and dinner. , AUCTION SALE. Being obliged to quit farming on account of sickness in the family, I will sell at public auction on my farm, located four miles South and two miles east of Clinton, Minn., and sev- en miles northeast of Ortonviile, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1921, all my personal property including 12 horses, 45 cattle, 20 hogs, 5-passenger Studebaker automobile and corn equipment of farm machinery. Sale Starts proaptly at 1:00 p. m. Free lynch in the afternoon. A. W. SWANSON, Owner. Trebil & Daly, auctioneers, First Na- tional Bank of Clinton, Clerk. Twenty million persons attend mo- tic.n picture theatres daily, paying in the aggregate $4,000,000 each 24 hours.  H A friend is a fellow who (en when you are broke. Y6u Can't Go Wrong eating at the Kafe for "our prepared with th same care day in day out. ',' Everything :ooked ,from ,ills of the best When in town with us. The Korner ,. - % . C. A. REIN  , Proprietor Clinton, Minn. ,j MINUM .PIECE GUARANTEED FOR 2OYEARS ": Sale trts 10 a.m. tu d $ -"' a r a \\; w 99o,,00 AND p m | I () r HOUSEKEEPERS! AR ema00 00able Opportu Probably never again will it be possible for us to offer YOU MUST COME EARLY-'FIRST COME FIRST ORTONvlLLE HARDW0000RE such SERVED