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NOVEMBER 10, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE sociAL ii AND NEWS ITEMS was in Minneapolis ,tur- Ki&apos;ag is ill Minneapolis'this Orton returned from the of Appleton was o0er- on Wednesday. Henry Petrick is visiting at for severa4 days. Chapman of Minneapoli .was for over the week-end. Beck of this city tmderwent operation November 7: was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Tuesday evening. Eivins of Twin Brooks, S. D., on Monday morning. Matthews has partitioned off in his implement building. was in Mineapo- three days of the ek. Gladys Hudson, nurse, visited Milbanl, Saturday and Sun- Theodore S. Slen of Madi- business here Satur- , and Mrs. Jacob Brain of Beards- here yesterday for ]}few ! ' Carl Hasslen, Jr., enteained 1 friends Friday afternoon at / Hamner and John Carlson, of town on business ed- Stotesbury is enter- father, Ed. Martin oT'Du- Soell of Appleton trMer- operation Saturday night and Fellows have opened their containing card tables anti table. A. W. Lindquist of Fairntnt, here with her coiiin, Lee. Van Asch commenced as night operator a(;t)ae office. Carlson and "Bob" Bks to Minneapolis :,Wl- '  evening . n Davis will occupy the residence to be vacat':by and Mrs. John Vale retm'ned Y from Fargo, N. D., where y a daughter. Fred Grothi of Milbank, Miss __ Eldred, studoat mona Normal was home fom until Sunday.. John Buck family moved onto adley falT north of town the week. Husiby of Milbank was of Mrs. Harry South the ]at- of last week. J. Batterton qf Sisseton, S. operated -on sever:4lay 1 to sit up today. ' :./ / ks, prominent farvneo:f[ lty was in town Mbladay/ ars on bsiness. " | t Cliff who has been serious- pneumonia returned to his I ilbank, S. D., today. and two daug#rs were guests of Mrs. F. M. over the week-end en, engineer, returned'qm and will assist F. as highway enginee Shelver attended abrtdge the home of Mrs. I. O. Os- at Appleton Wednesday. Hunt family moved into place this week formerly the John Buck family, Massee of Appleto was Mrs. Eflie Miller and Miss over the week-end. Karn and O. A. Ostlind re- from Sisseton, S..D.,' spent two days huntitg: Mrs. Eugene Pike moved Hunt residence Tues- owned by Jay Sanrn. family and Mss of Milbank, S. D, were relatives and friends here J. Shelver and Mrs6 * Art children motored to Apple- and returned Sunday With Utheran Ladies Aid wiltmeet Kriesel Thursd" af- 3. Everybody in- attend. Malmquist has ll all orchestra Will leave for of the week League will be enter- basement of the M. E. evening. Refresh- served. arren Mountford and daugh- is teaching at Granite Minneapolis visito the last week. :: living east 0f'tWn list of subscribers who Independent and renew- this week. Miss Dewilda Backus of St. Paul ar- rived Friday for a visit with friends. While here she is the guest of Mrs. August Lindert. C. H. Peterson of Pipestone traded one of his Big Stone county farms for hotel at Lake Park, Iowa, and is now in charge of the same. Mr.. O. M. Osen accompanied Mrs. B. Loftfield of Madison and her daugh- . ter to Fargo, N. D., the first of the week where the latter lives. Harold and Henry Osen of the Wahpeton Floral company came down Sunday to visit their brother O. M. Osen and family until Tuesday. Roger Hare came down from Fargo, N. D., to spend Thursday with Howard 'Kaercher before leaving for St. Pe- tersburg, Florida, for the winter. The Rocking Chair club was delight- fully entertained by Mrs. George Ches- ley Friday afternoon. The usual splen- did time was had and lunch served Martin Larkin of Barry was able to transact business here Monday after being confined to his home for several weeks on account of a broken limb. The Norwegian Ladies Aid will be held at the home of Mrs. O. M. Osen Thursday afternoon, November 17. Ev- erybody cordially- invited to attend. Mrs. Minnie Shandorf, of Browns Valley arrived last night for a week's visit with her daughters, Mrs. Etta Cochran and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrum. Mr.. Otto Lacombe received word Friday thatthe oldest sister, Mrs. F. E. Gahringer ,bf Wenatchee, Wash., passed away that day at her home. Everett an4 Malcolm Randall moved their families from Artichoke Lake to Milan where they will sein for rough fish during the winter znonths. Medames H. J. Shelver, L. W. Lundstrum, Art. Saeger and C. S. Hasslen motored to Wheaton Tuesday in the former's car to visit friends for lhe day. Mr. Shermeyer of the Internal Reve- nue Department of St. Paul was in tc.wn Tuesday and Wednesday look- ing up matters pertaining to income tax reports. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. McDowell arrived Wednesday evening from a week's wedding trip to the cities and Hutchinson, the home of Mr. McDow- eli's parents. "Cy" Fetterly of Prior passed thru here last Thursday by auto bo!nd for Palasade, Aitkin county, to visit his daughter. He will also go deer hunt- g while there. inMr: and Mrs. C. C. Olsen, Miss Dena Hudson and Miss Hazel Geierautoed to Sioux Falls, S. D., to spend the week-end with Mrs. Earl Blegeher and Miss Pearl Geier. N. K. Vanderpoel of Ogilvie was here Saturday and Monday attending to business matters. He visited hi father-in-law Sam Gallinger at Clin- ton alo while here. Mrs: Q. A. SIoane of McGregor, Ia., is visiting Mrs. Theo. Farrington. The ladies have been very close friends since girlhood and for years were neighbors at McGregor. Frank Swedlund will move onto the Andrew Nelson farm in Otrey and live in a part of the house. Verna Swed- lund, teacher in that district, will lie at home with her parents. Mr. Walls of Sioux Falls, S. D., is substituting for Otto Harris in the lo- cal 'telephone exchange as manager and wire chief during the absence of Mr. Harris on his hunting trip. Sevefi thousand, seven hundred and twenty-five walnuts were planted on Tuesday by A. B. Kaercher who has distributed walnut trees during the past five years to every part of the county. Trucking II II1 I It doesn't make any differenc t us whether your job of hauling takes us 1 mile or 250 miles from Ortonville--- we are prepared to go --promptly a n d eco- nomically. We make a specialty of "long dis, tance hauling." Just Phone ' 91 II I Wm. Cummens Ortonville, Minn. t The Congregational Ladies Aid will t serve a chicken pie supper at the Odd I Fellows Hall Saturday evening, No- I vember 19. An invitation is extended I to all to attend this supper. ] An eight and a half pound daugh- ter was born to ME and Mrs. R. C. Dew Sunday morning. The Dew fam- ily are living on the farm owned by the Canning factory near the quarry. A marriage license was issued Men- clay to Joseph Palmer, son of J. W. Palmer who lives on the Dan Sherman farm in Prior and Miss Ruth Salmon- son, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salmonson near Foster. Remember the date of the Red Cross Pageant "The Red Cross of Peace" which will be staged at the Orpheum Theatre Saturday afternoon and even- ing of this weekt November 12. No admission will be charged. Mrs. Warren Henderson of Minne- apolis is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Stotesbury Mr. Henderson is Hunting at White Rock, S. D., with a party of friends from Minneapolis and will be here for the week-end. The Methodist Ladies Aid will serve a chicken pie supper in the base- ment of the church and hold their an- nual Bazaar, Friday afternoon and evening, December 9. They extend an invitation to all to attend this sale and dinner. English services at Zion Lutheran Church "Sunday morning at 10:00. Services at Lindholm's School: Regu- lar services Smaday afternoon at 3:00 in the Swedish languag. Rev. Arnold Nelson will speak. "Subject "The Final Judgment." Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bremer and Mrs. E. P. Scott of Abe'deen,. S. D., passed thru here Friday morning on the Flyer, bound for their winter home at St. Petersburg, Florida where the will remain until spring. oger Hare of Fargo, N. D., accompanied them from here. Mrs. E. I. Lundstrom and Mrs. E. Cochrane accompaniedxDr. R. F. Dunn to Minneapolis by car today, where they will visit friends and relatives for the balance of the week. Mrs. Dittes will do the Cooking at the Coch- rane' hoar(ling house (luring the ab- sence of Mrs. Cochrane. Mrs. Frank Randall of Ludden, N. I). returned home Saturday after a week's visit at the home of her par- eats, Mr. and Mrs. F. Shumaker, aal brothers A. L. and George, he ac- companied A. V. Randall and family here by auto, the Randall fmhily hav- ing visited at Ludden for a week. Mrs. Bertha Davis had as her guests Friday and Saturday of last week the following peoplfrom Olivia, who were here on a hunting trip: G.W. horst, W. Rusll, Rustey Jensen, Gilchist, Dr. Pirsch, Harry and W. E. Bert, G. H. Manners:(ff Farmington was also in the party. Hayden French is attending the'd- ication of a Masonic Tempte at Me Lake and also assisting in the cee- monies of layinl corner stones of to new school building at Virginia and Eveleth, being one of the Grand offi- cers of the Masonic order. He will visit his hon,Everel and family while at Virginia. -- ' Miss Agnes Rogashaska, county nurse, weighed the pupils from the first to the sixth grades of the city school during the past week and re- ports that 80 pupils out of the 210 weighed were underweight and would be required to drink milk twice during school hours to bring uii their weight so that they wouhl be better qualified to do their school work. The Directors of th$ Music Depart- ment urge all parties who are to take part in the Cantata to be given this season to be present at meetings to be held Monday evening, November 14, the ladies to meet at the home of Miss Mary Shumaker and the gentle- men in the Assembly room of the Itigh School to commence hearsa]s, the former to be directed by Miss Mary Shumaker  and the latter by J. M. Snesrud. " Four cars of Oxtonville folks motor- ed to Bellinglt*am Sunday to partake of a delicious dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oncken, the lat- ter being a sister of Miss Madeline Reyer. Those in the party were Mrs. E. Cochrane, the Misses Louise Mon- son, Agnes Rogashaska, Frances Coch- rane, the Messrs. "Rill" Randall, Louis I,undgren, Curtis Cole, Pete Peterson, Fred Brown, Joe Leighton, Dr. R. F. Dunn and Dr. White. An unprofitable apartment house may be considered a flat failure m {)n, Day Service At the (}rtotwille Dry Clea ring Co. "Quality First Then Service" f ' BeaconBlanl :ets :In pretty plaids, plain colors, Comforter blankets, Indian Blankets, Traveling Rugs, and Bath Robe Blankets--all at $1.00 discount on each blanket. Supply your needs now and at the same time secure tickets On the Phonograph to be giv- en away December 24th. The M. M. Johnson Furn. Co. , i ,|, , THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this 3ty to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes and nickles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty, Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. ' C. J. Stark, Cashier, H, A. Stucke, Aes't. Cashier." HISS The NEW ALL-STAR , VAUDEVILLE i AT THE o RPHEUM Every FriJay <ight 4 Big Acts and Movies Adults 50c and 35c Kids 10c Out Now New Victor Records November 1921 "l AIN"r NOBODY'S DARLING" (Fox Trot) ........ All Star Trio "YOO HOO" (Fox Trot) ............................ Hackel Berge Orchestra "IT MUST BE SOMEONE LIKE YOU" (Fox Trot ............... .................................... .\\; ...................................... Bensen Orchestra "WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN" (Fox Trot) Shilking Orches. "ROYAl, GARDEN BLUES" (Fox Trot) .............................. ........................................................ Original Dixiland Jazz Band "DANGEROUS BLUES" (FOx Trot} .......... " "'SA IT WITH MUSIC" (Fox Trot) .......... Whitman's Orchestra "SWEET LADY" t Fox Trot) .............. Paul Whitman's Orchestra "HUMPTY-DUMPTY" (Comic Duet) .................... Murray-Snuffle "IN THE OLD TOWN HALL" (Comic Song) ........ Billy Murray "WAYSIDE CROSS" . ........................................... Citerion Quartet "SOME BLESSED DAY" PALM, The Jeweler ORTONVILLE, MINN. Carload of Washington Box Apples I will have a carload of the finest Washing- ton Box Apples of all varieties at latthews Implement Store, beginning Saturday, No- vember 12. These apples will be sold at $1.98, $2.25 and $2.50 per box. Come Early and Get Your Choice of Varieties. This is your beVst opportunity to secure your winter's supply. I have priced my apples according to. the times and you'll agree when you see them. I am the same party that had apples here last year in th building across from the Furniture Store. Remember, "Health's Best Way is to Keep Da- " Eating Apples Every y. MR. I. COHEN Say "Merry Christmas" ' with a Photograph The kindly thoughts of Christmastide are fittingly expressed by the Gift of Your Photo- graph--given the utmost in expression at this studio. You can complete your Christmas list quickly with photographs and you will be sure of giving just the right thing in each instance. Photographs are gifts you can easily afford to give and family and friends will always treas- ure them. Special--On all orders for a dozen or more Photographs made between November 1 and November 19 we will include free one Art Craft Leather Easel. The Gift that's always timely for Friends, for Familya n d You, .... ,: ,&iL. . i .... 7"'"?1' mmmm, ttmal I IIIIII II Illl I IIIIIIIIIIIlUlBIIIIIIIiIf '10 , '" ca * , '.'I * 'flg PHOTO,POu'tER l l NOVEMBER 10, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE sociAL ii AND NEWS ITEMS was in Minneapolis ,tur- Ki'ag is ill Minneapolis'this Orton returned from the of Appleton was o0er- on Wednesday. Henry Petrick is visiting at for severa4 days. Chapman of Minneapoli .was for over the week-end. Beck of this city tmderwent operation November 7: was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Tuesday evening. Eivins of Twin Brooks, S. D., on Monday morning. Matthews has partitioned off in his implement building. was in Mineapo- three days of the ek. Gladys Hudson, nurse, visited Milbanl, Saturday and Sun- Theodore S. Slen of Madi- business here Satur- , and Mrs. Jacob Brain of Beards- here yesterday for ]}few ! ' Carl Hasslen, Jr., enteained 1 friends Friday afternoon at / Hamner and John Carlson, of town on business ed- Stotesbury is enter- father, Ed. Martin oT'Du- Soell of Appleton trMer- operation Saturday night and Fellows have opened their containing card tables anti table. A. W. Lindquist of Fairntnt, here with her coiiin, Lee. Van Asch commenced as night operator a(;t)ae office. Carlson and "Bob" Bks to Minneapolis :,Wl- '  evening . n Davis will occupy the residence to be vacat':by and Mrs. John Vale retm'ned Y from Fargo, N. D., where y a daughter. Fred Grothi of Milbank, Miss __ Eldred, studoat mona Normal was home fom until Sunday.. John Buck family moved onto adley falT north of town the week. Husiby of Milbank was of Mrs. Harry South the ]at- of last week. J. Batterton qf Sisseton, S. operated -on sever:4lay 1 to sit up today. ' :./ / ks, prominent farvneo:f[ lty was in town Mbladay/ ars on bsiness. " | t Cliff who has been serious- pneumonia returned to his I ilbank, S. D., today. and two daug#rs were guests of Mrs. F. M. over the week-end en, engineer, returned'qm and will assist F. as highway enginee Shelver attended abrtdge the home of Mrs. I. O. Os- at Appleton Wednesday. Hunt family moved into place this week formerly the John Buck family, Massee of Appleto was Mrs. Eflie Miller and Miss over the week-end. Karn and O. A. Ostlind re- from Sisseton, S..D.,' spent two days huntitg: Mrs. Eugene Pike moved Hunt residence Tues- owned by Jay Sanrn. family and Mss of Milbank, S. D, were relatives and friends here J. Shelver and Mrs6 * Art children motored to Apple- and returned Sunday With Utheran Ladies Aid wiltmeet Kriesel Thursd" af- 3. Everybody in- attend. Malmquist has ll all orchestra Will leave for of the week League will be enter- basement of the M. E. evening. Refresh- served. arren Mountford and daugh- is teaching at Granite Minneapolis visito the last week. :: living east 0f'tWn list of subscribers who Independent and renew- this week. Miss Dewilda Backus of St. Paul ar- rived Friday for a visit with friends. While here she is the guest of Mrs. August Lindert. C. H. Peterson of Pipestone traded one of his Big Stone county farms for hotel at Lake Park, Iowa, and is now in charge of the same. Mr.. O. M. Osen accompanied Mrs. B. Loftfield of Madison and her daugh- . ter to Fargo, N. D., the first of the week where the latter lives. Harold and Henry Osen of the Wahpeton Floral company came down Sunday to visit their brother O. M. Osen and family until Tuesday. Roger Hare came down from Fargo, N. D., to spend Thursday with Howard 'Kaercher before leaving for St. Pe- tersburg, Florida, for the winter. The Rocking Chair club was delight- fully entertained by Mrs. George Ches- ley Friday afternoon. The usual splen- did time was had and lunch served Martin Larkin of Barry was able to transact business here Monday after being confined to his home for several weeks on account of a broken limb. The Norwegian Ladies Aid will be held at the home of Mrs. O. M. Osen Thursday afternoon, November 17. Ev- erybody cordially- invited to attend. Mrs. Minnie Shandorf, of Browns Valley arrived last night for a week's visit with her daughters, Mrs. Etta Cochran and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrum. Mr.. Otto Lacombe received word Friday thatthe oldest sister, Mrs. F. E. Gahringer ,bf Wenatchee, Wash., passed away that day at her home. Everett an4 Malcolm Randall moved their families from Artichoke Lake to Milan where they will sein for rough fish during the winter znonths. Medames H. J. Shelver, L. W. Lundstrum, Art. Saeger and C. S. Hasslen motored to Wheaton Tuesday in the former's car to visit friends for lhe day. Mr. Shermeyer of the Internal Reve- nue Department of St. Paul was in tc.wn Tuesday and Wednesday look- ing up matters pertaining to income tax reports. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. McDowell arrived Wednesday evening from a week's wedding trip to the cities and Hutchinson, the home of Mr. McDow- eli's parents. "Cy" Fetterly of Prior passed thru here last Thursday by auto bo!nd for Palasade, Aitkin county, to visit his daughter. He will also go deer hunt- g while there. inMr: and Mrs. C. C. Olsen, Miss Dena Hudson and Miss Hazel Geierautoed to Sioux Falls, S. D., to spend the week-end with Mrs. Earl Blegeher and Miss Pearl Geier. N. K. Vanderpoel of Ogilvie was here Saturday and Monday attending to business matters. He visited hi father-in-law Sam Gallinger at Clin- ton alo while here. Mrs: Q. A. SIoane of McGregor, Ia., is visiting Mrs. Theo. Farrington. The ladies have been very close friends since girlhood and for years were neighbors at McGregor. Frank Swedlund will move onto the Andrew Nelson farm in Otrey and live in a part of the house. Verna Swed- lund, teacher in that district, will lie at home with her parents. Mr. Walls of Sioux Falls, S. D., is substituting for Otto Harris in the lo- cal 'telephone exchange as manager and wire chief during the absence of Mr. Harris on his hunting trip. Sevefi thousand, seven hundred and twenty-five walnuts were planted on Tuesday by A. B. Kaercher who has distributed walnut trees during the past five years to every part of the county. Trucking II II1 I It doesn't make any differenc t us whether your job of hauling takes us 1 mile or 250 miles from Ortonville--- we are prepared to go --promptly a n d eco- nomically. We make a specialty of "long dis, tance hauling." Just Phone ' 91 II I Wm. Cummens Ortonville, Minn. t The Congregational Ladies Aid will t serve a chicken pie supper at the Odd I Fellows Hall Saturday evening, No- I vember 19. An invitation is extended I to all to attend this supper. ] An eight and a half pound daugh- ter was born to ME and Mrs. R. C. Dew Sunday morning. The Dew fam- ily are living on the farm owned by the Canning factory near the quarry. A marriage license was issued Men- clay to Joseph Palmer, son of J. W. Palmer who lives on the Dan Sherman farm in Prior and Miss Ruth Salmon- son, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salmonson near Foster. Remember the date of the Red Cross Pageant "The Red Cross of Peace" which will be staged at the Orpheum Theatre Saturday afternoon and even- ing of this weekt November 12. No admission will be charged. Mrs. Warren Henderson of Minne- apolis is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Stotesbury Mr. Henderson is Hunting at White Rock, S. D., with a party of friends from Minneapolis and will be here for the week-end. The Methodist Ladies Aid will serve a chicken pie supper in the base- ment of the church and hold their an- nual Bazaar, Friday afternoon and evening, December 9. They extend an invitation to all to attend this sale and dinner. English services at Zion Lutheran Church "Sunday morning at 10:00. Services at Lindholm's School: Regu- lar services Smaday afternoon at 3:00 in the Swedish languag. Rev. Arnold Nelson will speak. "Subject "The Final Judgment." Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bremer and Mrs. E. P. Scott of Abe'deen,. S. D., passed thru here Friday morning on the Flyer, bound for their winter home at St. Petersburg, Florida where the will remain until spring. oger Hare of Fargo, N. D., accompanied them from here. Mrs. E. I. Lundstrom and Mrs. E. Cochrane accompaniedxDr. R. F. Dunn to Minneapolis by car today, where they will visit friends and relatives for the balance of the week. Mrs. Dittes will do the Cooking at the Coch- rane' hoar(ling house (luring the ab- sence of Mrs. Cochrane. Mrs. Frank Randall of Ludden, N. I). returned home Saturday after a week's visit at the home of her par- eats, Mr. and Mrs. F. Shumaker, aal brothers A. L. and George, he ac- companied A. V. Randall and family here by auto, the Randall fmhily hav- ing visited at Ludden for a week. Mrs. Bertha Davis had as her guests Friday and Saturday of last week the following peoplfrom Olivia, who were here on a hunting trip: G.W. horst, W. Rusll, Rustey Jensen, Gilchist, Dr. Pirsch, Harry and W. E. Bert, G. H. Manners:(ff Farmington was also in the party. Hayden French is attending the'd- ication of a Masonic Tempte at Me Lake and also assisting in the cee- monies of layinl corner stones of to new school building at Virginia and Eveleth, being one of the Grand offi- cers of the Masonic order. He will visit his hon,Everel and family while at Virginia. -- ' Miss Agnes Rogashaska, county nurse, weighed the pupils from the first to the sixth grades of the city school during the past week and re- ports that 80 pupils out of the 210 weighed were underweight and would be required to drink milk twice during school hours to bring uii their weight so that they wouhl be better qualified to do their school work. The Directors of th$ Music Depart- ment urge all parties who are to take part in the Cantata to be given this season to be present at meetings to be held Monday evening, November 14, the ladies to meet at the home of Miss Mary Shumaker and the gentle- men in the Assembly room of the Itigh School to commence hearsa]s, the former to be directed by Miss Mary Shumaker  and the latter by J. M. Snesrud. " Four cars of Oxtonville folks motor- ed to Bellinglt*am Sunday to partake of a delicious dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oncken, the lat- ter being a sister of Miss Madeline Reyer. Those in the party were Mrs. E. Cochrane, the Misses Louise Mon- son, Agnes Rogashaska, Frances Coch- rane, the Messrs. "Rill" Randall, Louis I,undgren, Curtis Cole, Pete Peterson, Fred Brown, Joe Leighton, Dr. R. F. Dunn and Dr. White. An unprofitable apartment house may be considered a flat failure m {)n, Day Service At the (}rtotwille Dry Clea ring Co. "Quality First Then Service" f ' BeaconBlanl :ets :In pretty plaids, plain colors, Comforter blankets, Indian Blankets, Traveling Rugs, and Bath Robe Blankets--all at $1.00 discount on each blanket. Supply your needs now and at the same time secure tickets On the Phonograph to be giv- en away December 24th. The M. M. Johnson Furn. Co. , i ,|, , THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this 3ty to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes and nickles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty, Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. ' C. J. Stark, Cashier, H, A. Stucke, Aes't. Cashier." HISS The NEW ALL-STAR , VAUDEVILLE i AT THE o RPHEUM Every FriJay <ight 4 Big Acts and Movies Adults 50c and 35c Kids 10c Out Now New Victor Records November 1921 "l AIN"r NOBODY'S DARLING" (Fox Trot) ........ All Star Trio "YOO HOO" (Fox Trot) ............................ Hackel Berge Orchestra "IT MUST BE SOMEONE LIKE YOU" (Fox Trot ............... .................................... .\\; ...................................... Bensen Orchestra "WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN" (Fox Trot) Shilking Orches. "ROYAl, GARDEN BLUES" (Fox Trot) .............................. ........................................................ Original Dixiland Jazz Band "DANGEROUS BLUES" (FOx Trot} .......... " "'SA IT WITH MUSIC" (Fox Trot) .......... Whitman's Orchestra "SWEET LADY" t Fox Trot) .............. Paul Whitman's Orchestra "HUMPTY-DUMPTY" (Comic Duet) .................... Murray-Snuffle "IN THE OLD TOWN HALL" (Comic Song) ........ Billy Murray "WAYSIDE CROSS" . ........................................... Citerion Quartet "SOME BLESSED DAY" PALM, The Jeweler ORTONVILLE, MINN. Carload of Washington Box Apples I will have a carload of the finest Washing- ton Box Apples of all varieties at latthews Implement Store, beginning Saturday, No- vember 12. These apples will be sold at $1.98, $2.25 and $2.50 per box. Come Early and Get Your Choice of Varieties. This is your beVst opportunity to secure your winter's supply. I have priced my apples according to. the times and you'll agree when you see them. I am the same party that had apples here last year in th building across from the Furniture Store. Remember, "Health's Best Way is to Keep Da- " Eating Apples Every y. MR. I. COHEN Say "Merry Christmas" ' with a Photograph The kindly thoughts of Christmastide are fittingly expressed by the Gift of Your Photo- graph--given the utmost in expression at this studio. You can complete your Christmas list quickly with photographs and you will be sure of giving just the right thing in each instance. Photographs are gifts you can easily afford to give and family and friends will always treas- ure them. Special--On all orders for a dozen or more Photographs made between November 1 and November 19 we will include free one Art Craft Leather Easel. The Gift that's always timely for Friends, for Familya n d You, .... ,: ,&iL. . i .... 7"'"?1' mmmm, ttmal I IIIIII II Illl I IIIIIIIIIIIlUlBIIIIIIIiIf '10 , '" ca * , '.'I * 'flg PHOTO,POu'tER l l , 1921 THE ORTONV/LLE INDEPENDENT PAGE 1 Miss Dewflda akus nf St. Paul ar- SOCIAL :. rived Friday for a yislt with friends. ]Te a chicken pie supper at the Odd S ITEL[-IT - t whiEe hem he is the guest of Mrs. I Fellow Hall Saturday evening, No- #] Augast Lindert. I vemlr 19. An invitation is extended Kirk was in Minneapolis tur- C.H. Peten of Pip.tone traded to all to attd this supper. I o * one of his Big Stone county flms for An eight and a half pound daugh- iln chalge of the same Dew Sunday moating. g is in Mianeapo)ia this  betel at Lake PaR'k, Iowa, and is now tor was born to Mi'. and 0rton returned flm the Mr., O. M. On accompanied Mrs. I ib are Iiing o the fa owned by Say  B. Loftfiehi el Madison and her dough- I the Cmnmg factory ]lear the quarry, nek o Appleton wa oer  tcr to Faro, N. D,, the filt of thel A marriage linse was issued Men ednp Ly.. . . t t eek he e he a er ve day to Joph palmer, son of J W, fnry etlack ts v]sl ng a I HazaRd and Henry Osen of telPa[merwhollvesontheDanShex'man or seve].a4 dtys. [ Wahpston Floral company cme downt farm in Prior ad Miff Rutll Sa mr To77"oh22= ........ s .......................... o ............ ijf, v  ver the weekend Osen d family until Tuesday. l Salmnnson near Foster. , or operatlon November 7. . !N. D., to spend Thuday with Howard pageant "The Red Css of before leaving for St. Pc- , S. D. tershurg, Flarida, for the winter. Th Rocking Chair club was delight- on Monday morning, fully entertained by Mrs. George Che partitioned Icy Friday aRernnnn. The usuaI s#en- s in Mnpo- Mtin Larki of Barry was able to s of the Wek. traast bus{hess he Monday afte nur, vislted [ being The Norwegian Ladies Aid will be held at the home of Mrs. O. M. Osen ThurIay afternoon, eryhody cord a y nv ted to attend. Mrs. Minnie Shandoff of he yesterday for [[few Valley arrived last night Par Hlen, Jr., entened her daughters. rs. ta I ed Fday atten Mr E. L. Ldstrum. Mrs. Otto Lamb L Ha ' ..... d J nhn Carl. ' f! I E. Friday Gaha.int  that  e  f oldest Wenateh, sister Mrs. F Wash., I passed away that da Evett anti, Malcolm Lppleton - operation Saturday igh and opened their containig card table Otto Lindquist of ]airtint, h with her e0n, Lee. Crlson anti "Bob" s be staged at the Orpheum ing of this week November 12. adm ss on vd I be charged. Mrs. Waen Henderson of apeHs is visiting her pnts, Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Stotbury Mr. Henderson is Hunting at White Rock.  D., with a party of friends from Mnpnlis The Methodist Ladies Aid will pie supper {n the base- nl Br, FHday sfteoon and evening, December 9. They extend a ridenee to be edlund. , ]vim. John V, Fargo, N D. y :hter. ., rothi of Milbank,. ., daughter, Miss Ehh'l, homeStUde'atm ytll Sumlay. ohn Hack family moved onto north e Husiby L Baterto qf Sissfte in f Iftht 1, I Cliff Who has n serlbus- "Sunday morning at 10:00. Lindholm'e School; Rega- wilt seak. "Subj "The their families from Judgment." to lan whe they ll sein ugh fish during Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Scott of Aberdn, S. Mesdames U. J. Shelver, L. W. D., pl th he Friday moing Ludtrm, Art, Saeger and C, S. oll the Flyer, heud for scn memo,, o Wheaten Tuesday home at St Petersbu g, I  the Iormer's ear to vislt frida for the wil remain until spring: oger the day. Ha, of Fargo, N. D., aempaid them from here. Tuesday and Wednesday Ik Mrs. E. 1. Lundstm and Mrs. ins up matters pertaining tx reparts. It Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McDowel theY ill visit f]'eds and " ed Wed ta e " from a I for the balance of the wh, Mrs. my nes y ev nmg wk's wedding trip to the e{t es and  Dttes ,ll (in the edokm at the Coeh- tItehvnn, the home of Mr. McDow-I rm,e' hoard,ng hnue durmg the an- eli's pant. { se,ee of M,. Chrane. "Cy" Fetter[y of Prior passed tht[ Mrs. Frank Randall of Ludden, N, here last Tursday by auto bo for l/. turned hoe Saturday after Pdasade, Aitkin county, to vlt his week's visit at the home of her par- daughter. He will also go deer ht- e,ts, Mr, and Mrs. F. Shumaker, av ins while there.  bther s A. 1 and George, qhe - r. and Mrs. C. C. Olsen, M{ Dena cnmpaa{ed A. V Randall and family weeknd with bl. Earl Bleteher and Mr Bertha Davis had  her Hlson and Miss Hazel Ge{ni autoed he by auto, the Randall farhily hay- to inux Falls, S, D., to spend the ins visited at Ludden fur a week. M}s Pearl Ceier. Fl.{day ad SParday of N. K. Vanderpoel of Ogilvie w here Saturday and Monday attending matters. horst, W. Rusll, Rustey Jens, Gilhlst, Dr. ton a[ o whle he a,d W. E. Bert, G. H. Mnersaf Mrs. Q. A. Sloane of McGgOl', Ia., Fa,ington was al in tta part. is .Aslting Mrs Thee. Farrington. The Iayden Fseneh is attending thed have been very snce girlhood and for years we ,,eghbars at MeGgnr. Lake ad also sistng monies of layimt er sfonds of two Andrew Nelson farm in Oy and llve ew ehool building et Virginia Eveleth, being one of the Gnd -I in a part of the house. cer of the Masonic order. lund, teacher in that dlstr{nt, wil lie visit his hnn,/gverel and famt while , S. I, is at Virginia. 'telephone Sevelithousand, seven #anted Tuesday by the home of M. L O. O-;distributed walnut during at Appleton Wednesday. past fire urs to every county. Msee of Appleton as the wknd. M. Eugene pike me'red ly and MIs :. s. D. were relatives and . J. She/vet and MrArt pgle" and retued Sunds wRh Everybod in- l League will be enter- evening. Resh- ,'Who is teaching at te Minnpolis visitot the nf It wk. Independent and Trucking ] l It doesn't make any differene to us whether your job of hauling takes us 1 mile or 250 miles from Ortonville-- we are prepared to go --promptly a n d eco- nomically. We make a specialty of "long dis, tance hauling." Just Phone ' 91 I Wm. Cmmens @rlonvflle, Minn. " Miss Agnes Rogashaska, county weighed the pupils from the tim sixth grades of the city hool drlng tim pt wk d pork that 8O pupils out of the 210 weighed we underweight and wnu{d t quid to drink milk twke ding u their weight o that they woul he better quaHfied T Dh.ecto of th Music Depart- nt u we al partie who are to take part in the Cantata to be given this season to be pseat a meetlng to Monday evening, 14, the ladies to meet at the home of Miss Mary humaker and the gentle- Asmhly room of II{gh Sch{ to commence hearsals, the former to be directed by Miss Mary Shumake and the latter by J M SMmmd. ed to Be{llngVtam Sunday to partake Mr. a,,d M Henry Oncken, the lat- ter being a sister of Miss Mlellne Reyer. Those in the party were Mrs. E. Coehne, the son, Agnes Rogh ska. Frans Coeh- Moors. "Bill" Randall, Lois Lundgren, Curtis Cole, Pete Fred Bro, J Leighton, Dr. tL F. White, An unpfltable apartment house a fiat failure. One Day Service " At the 0rtonville Dry Cleaning Co. i "Quality First Then Service" BeaconBlankets Jn pretty plaids, plmn colors, Comforter blankets, Indian Blankets, Traveling Rugs, and Bath Robe Blankets--all at $1.00 discount on each blanket, \\; Supply 5'our needs now and at the same time secure tickets on the Phonograph to be giv- en away December 24th. The M. M. Johnson Furn. Co. JgST THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. Thls bank wants every boy and girl o" this 'e'ty to have one of rheas unique home ee They will help ynu ve your dimes rekle Open a Sain Aet today d t a Libert Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON.ALL SAVINGS ', BANK Job. eadn, ProWL C. 5. Strk, Cashier. H.A. Stueke, Aaa't. Cashier. Out Now New Victor Records November 1921 ,,1 AIN'T NOBODY' S DARLING  (Fox Tt) All Str Trio "YOn Hoe" (Fox Tt) .. Haekel Berge Orchest "IT IUST BE SOMi@NE LIKE YOU" (Fox Trot, ........... ...................................... Benson Ohest "WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN" (Fox Trot) SKilking Orche "ROYAL GARDEN BLUES" (Fox Tt) ................. .......................................... Original Dixilar Jazz Band "DANGEROUS BLUES" (Fox Tt) .......... Sh IT WITH MUSIC" (Fox Trot) ... Whitman's Orchestra "SWEET LADY" (Fox Trot) .......... Paul Whitman's Orchtr "UMPTY.DUMPTY  (Comic Det) .................. 'dray-Swlle "IN THE OLD TOWN HALL*' (Comic Song). Billy Muay "V"AYSIDk (!ROSS" .: ............................. Cterlon Quartet "SOME BLESSED DAY" . ............................ CrReriiu t PALM, The Jeweler ORTONYILLE. MINN. Carload of Washington Box Apples I will have a carload of the finest Washing- ton Box Aplles of all varieties at Matthews Implement Store, beginning Saturday, No- vember 12. These apples will be sold at $1.98, $225 and $2.50 per box. Come Em'ly and Get Your Choice of Varieties. ' This is yollr be'st opportunity to secure your winter's supply. I have priced my apples according to.the times and you'll agree when you see them. I am the same party that had apples here last year in th building across from the Furnltltre Store. Remember, "Health's 8eat Way is to Keep Eating Apples Every Day." MR. I. COHEN Say "Merry Christmas" with a Photograph The kindly thoughts of Christmastide are fittingly expressed by the "Gift of Your Photo- graph--given the utmost in expression at this studio. -You can complete your Christmas list quickly with photographs and you will be sure of giving just the right thing in each in, stance. Photographs are gifts you can easily afford to give and family and friends will always treas- ure them. Special--On all orders for a dozen or more Photographs made between November 1 and November 19 we will include free one Art Craft Leather Easel. The Gift that's always timely for Friends, for Family--a n d You, |EW ALl-STAR VAUDEVILLE AT THE g(pH EUM Every Friday Night 4 Big Acts and Movies Adults 50 and 35 Kids 10 i PHOT0 fY,dR NOVEMBER 10, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE sociAL ii AND NEWS ITEMS was in Minneapolis ,tur- Ki'ag is ill Minneapolis'this Orton returned from the of Appleton was o0er- on Wednesday. Henry Petrick is visiting at for severa4 days. Chapman of Minneapoli .was for over the week-end. Beck of this city tmderwent operation November 7: was born to Mr. and Mrs. C. Tuesday evening. Eivins of Twin Brooks, S. D., on Monday morning. Matthews has partitioned off in his implement building. was in Mineapo- three days of the ek. Gladys Hudson, nurse, visited Milbanl, Saturday and Sun- Theodore S. Slen of Madi- business here Satur- , and Mrs. Jacob Brain of Beards- here yesterday for ]}few ! ' Carl Hasslen, Jr., enteained 1 friends Friday afternoon at / Hamner and John Carlson, of town on business ed- Stotesbury is enter- father, Ed. Martin oT'Du- Soell of Appleton trMer- operation Saturday night and Fellows have opened their containing card tables anti table. A. W. Lindquist of Fairntnt, here with her coiiin, Lee. Van Asch commenced as night operator a(;t)ae office. Carlson and "Bob" Bks to Minneapolis :,Wl- '  evening . n Davis will occupy the residence to be vacat':by and Mrs. John Vale retm'ned Y from Fargo, N. D., where y a daughter. Fred Grothi of Milbank, Miss __ Eldred, studoat mona Normal was home fom until Sunday.. John Buck family moved onto adley falT north of town the week. Husiby of Milbank was of Mrs. Harry South the ]at- of last week. J. Batterton qf Sisseton, S. operated -on sever:4lay 1 to sit up today. ' :./ / ks, prominent farvneo:f[ lty was in town Mbladay/ ars on bsiness. " | t Cliff who has been serious- pneumonia returned to his I ilbank, S. D., today. and two daug#rs were guests of Mrs. F. M. over the week-end en, engineer, returned'qm and will assist F. as highway enginee Shelver attended abrtdge the home of Mrs. I. O. Os- at Appleton Wednesday. Hunt family moved into place this week formerly the John Buck family, Massee of Appleto was Mrs. Eflie Miller and Miss over the week-end. Karn and O. A. Ostlind re- from Sisseton, S..D.,' spent two days huntitg: Mrs. Eugene Pike moved Hunt residence Tues- owned by Jay Sanrn. family and Mss of Milbank, S. D, were relatives and friends here J. Shelver and Mrs6 * Art children motored to Apple- and returned Sunday With Utheran Ladies Aid wiltmeet Kriesel Thursd" af- 3. Everybody in- attend. Malmquist has ll all orchestra Will leave for of the week League will be enter- basement of the M. E. evening. Refresh- served. arren Mountford and daugh- is teaching at Granite Minneapolis visito the last week. :: living east 0f'tWn list of subscribers who Independent and renew- this week. Miss Dewilda Backus of St. Paul ar- rived Friday for a visit with friends. While here she is the guest of Mrs. August Lindert. C. H. Peterson of Pipestone traded one of his Big Stone county farms for hotel at Lake Park, Iowa, and is now in charge of the same. Mr.. O. M. Osen accompanied Mrs. B. Loftfield of Madison and her daugh- . ter to Fargo, N. D., the first of the week where the latter lives. Harold and Henry Osen of the Wahpeton Floral company came down Sunday to visit their brother O. M. Osen and family until Tuesday. Roger Hare came down from Fargo, N. D., to spend Thursday with Howard 'Kaercher before leaving for St. Pe- tersburg, Florida, for the winter. The Rocking Chair club was delight- fully entertained by Mrs. George Ches- ley Friday afternoon. The usual splen- did time was had and lunch served Martin Larkin of Barry was able to transact business here Monday after being confined to his home for several weeks on account of a broken limb. The Norwegian Ladies Aid will be held at the home of Mrs. O. M. Osen Thursday afternoon, November 17. Ev- erybody cordially- invited to attend. Mrs. Minnie Shandorf, of Browns Valley arrived last night for a week's visit with her daughters, Mrs. Etta Cochran and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrum. Mr.. Otto Lacombe received word Friday thatthe oldest sister, Mrs. F. E. Gahringer ,bf Wenatchee, Wash., passed away that day at her home. Everett an4 Malcolm Randall moved their families from Artichoke Lake to Milan where they will sein for rough fish during the winter znonths. Medames H. J. Shelver, L. W. Lundstrum, Art. Saeger and C. S. Hasslen motored to Wheaton Tuesday in the former's car to visit friends for lhe day. Mr. Shermeyer of the Internal Reve- nue Department of St. Paul was in tc.wn Tuesday and Wednesday look- ing up matters pertaining to income tax reports. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. McDowell arrived Wednesday evening from a week's wedding trip to the cities and Hutchinson, the home of Mr. McDow- eli's parents. "Cy" Fetterly of Prior passed thru here last Thursday by auto bo!nd for Palasade, Aitkin county, to visit his daughter. He will also go deer hunt- g while there. inMr: and Mrs. C. C. Olsen, Miss Dena Hudson and Miss Hazel Geierautoed to Sioux Falls, S. D., to spend the week-end with Mrs. Earl Blegeher and Miss Pearl Geier. N. K. Vanderpoel of Ogilvie was here Saturday and Monday attending to business matters. He visited hi father-in-law Sam Gallinger at Clin- ton alo while here. Mrs: Q. A. SIoane of McGregor, Ia., is visiting Mrs. Theo. Farrington. The ladies have been very close friends since girlhood and for years were neighbors at McGregor. Frank Swedlund will move onto the Andrew Nelson farm in Otrey and live in a part of the house. Verna Swed- lund, teacher in that district, will lie at home with her parents. Mr. Walls of Sioux Falls, S. D., is substituting for Otto Harris in the lo- cal 'telephone exchange as manager and wire chief during the absence of Mr. Harris on his hunting trip. Sevefi thousand, seven hundred and twenty-five walnuts were planted on Tuesday by A. B. Kaercher who has distributed walnut trees during the past five years to every part of the county. Trucking II II1 I It doesn't make any differenc t us whether your job of hauling takes us 1 mile or 250 miles from Ortonville--- we are prepared to go --promptly a n d eco- nomically. We make a specialty of "long dis, tance hauling." Just Phone ' 91 II I Wm. Cummens Ortonville, Minn. t The Congregational Ladies Aid will t serve a chicken pie supper at the Odd I Fellows Hall Saturday evening, No- I vember 19. An invitation is extended I to all to attend this supper. ] An eight and a half pound daugh- ter was born to ME and Mrs. R. C. Dew Sunday morning. The Dew fam- ily are living on the farm owned by the Canning factory near the quarry. A marriage license was issued Men- clay to Joseph Palmer, son of J. W. Palmer who lives on the Dan Sherman farm in Prior and Miss Ruth Salmon- son, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Salmonson near Foster. Remember the date of the Red Cross Pageant "The Red Cross of Peace" which will be staged at the Orpheum Theatre Saturday afternoon and even- ing of this weekt November 12. No admission will be charged. Mrs. Warren Henderson of Minne- apolis is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Stotesbury Mr. Henderson is Hunting at White Rock, S. D., with a party of friends from Minneapolis and will be here for the week-end. The Methodist Ladies Aid will serve a chicken pie supper in the base- ment of the church and hold their an- nual Bazaar, Friday afternoon and evening, December 9. They extend an invitation to all to attend this sale and dinner. English services at Zion Lutheran Church "Sunday morning at 10:00. Services at Lindholm's School: Regu- lar services Smaday afternoon at 3:00 in the Swedish languag. Rev. Arnold Nelson will speak. "Subject "The Final Judgment." Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bremer and Mrs. E. P. Scott of Abe'deen,. S. D., passed thru here Friday morning on the Flyer, bound for their winter home at St. Petersburg, Florida where the will remain until spring. oger Hare of Fargo, N. D., accompanied them from here. Mrs. E. I. Lundstrom and Mrs. E. Cochrane accompaniedxDr. R. F. Dunn to Minneapolis by car today, where they will visit friends and relatives for the balance of the week. Mrs. Dittes will do the Cooking at the Coch- rane' hoar(ling house (luring the ab- sence of Mrs. Cochrane. Mrs. Frank Randall of Ludden, N. I). returned home Saturday after a week's visit at the home of her par- eats, Mr. and Mrs. F. Shumaker, aal brothers A. L. and George, he ac- companied A. V. Randall and family here by auto, the Randall fmhily hav- ing visited at Ludden for a week. Mrs. Bertha Davis had as her guests Friday and Saturday of last week the following peoplfrom Olivia, who were here on a hunting trip: G.W. horst, W. Rusll, Rustey Jensen, Gilchist, Dr. Pirsch, Harry and W. E. Bert, G. H. Manners:(ff Farmington was also in the party. Hayden French is attending the'd- ication of a Masonic Tempte at Me Lake and also assisting in the cee- monies of layinl corner stones of to new school building at Virginia and Eveleth, being one of the Grand offi- cers of the Masonic order. He will visit his hon,Everel and family while at Virginia. -- ' Miss Agnes Rogashaska, county nurse, weighed the pupils from the first to the sixth grades of the city school during the past week and re- ports that 80 pupils out of the 210 weighed were underweight and would be required to drink milk twice during school hours to bring uii their weight so that they wouhl be better qualified to do their school work. The Directors of th$ Music Depart- ment urge all parties who are to take part in the Cantata to be given this season to be present at meetings to be held Monday evening, November 14, the ladies to meet at the home of Miss Mary Shumaker and the gentle- men in the Assembly room of the Itigh School to commence hearsa]s, the former to be directed by Miss Mary Shumaker  and the latter by J. M. Snesrud. " Four cars of Oxtonville folks motor- ed to Bellinglt*am Sunday to partake of a delicious dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oncken, the lat- ter being a sister of Miss Madeline Reyer. Those in the party were Mrs. E. Cochrane, the Misses Louise Mon- son, Agnes Rogashaska, Frances Coch- rane, the Messrs. "Rill" Randall, Louis I,undgren, Curtis Cole, Pete Peterson, Fred Brown, Joe Leighton, Dr. R. F. Dunn and Dr. White. An unprofitable apartment house may be considered a flat failure m {)n, Day Service At the (}rtotwille Dry Clea ring Co. "Quality First Then Service" f ' BeaconBlanl :ets :In pretty plaids, plain colors, Comforter blankets, Indian Blankets, Traveling Rugs, and Bath Robe Blankets--all at $1.00 discount on each blanket. Supply your needs now and at the same time secure tickets On the Phonograph to be giv- en away December 24th. The M. M. Johnson Furn. Co. , i ,|, , THINK ! A LIBERTY BELL FREE OF CHARGE. This bank wants every boy and girl of this 3ty to have one of these unique home safes. They will help you save your dimes and nickles. Open a Savings Account today and get a Liberty, Bell Bank. 5 PER CENT PAID ON ALL SAVINGS ORTONVILLE STATE BANK John Carlson, President. ' C. J. Stark, Cashier, H, A. Stucke, Aes't. Cashier." HISS The NEW ALL-STAR , VAUDEVILLE i AT THE o RPHEUM Every FriJay <ight 4 Big Acts and Movies Adults 50c and 35c Kids 10c Out Now New Victor Records November 1921 "l AIN"r NOBODY'S DARLING" (Fox Trot) ........ All Star Trio "YOO HOO" (Fox Trot) ............................ Hackel Berge Orchestra "IT MUST BE SOMEONE LIKE YOU" (Fox Trot ............... .................................... .\\; ...................................... Bensen Orchestra "WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN" (Fox Trot) Shilking Orches. "ROYAl, GARDEN BLUES" (Fox Trot) .............................. ........................................................ Original Dixiland Jazz Band "DANGEROUS BLUES" (FOx Trot} .......... " "'SA IT WITH MUSIC" (Fox Trot) .......... Whitman's Orchestra "SWEET LADY" t Fox Trot) .............. Paul Whitman's Orchestra "HUMPTY-DUMPTY" (Comic Duet) .................... Murray-Snuffle "IN THE OLD TOWN HALL" (Comic Song) ........ Billy Murray "WAYSIDE CROSS" . ........................................... Citerion Quartet "SOME BLESSED DAY" PALM, The Jeweler ORTONVILLE, MINN. Carload of Washington Box Apples I will have a carload of the finest Washing- ton Box Apples of all varieties at latthews Implement Store, beginning Saturday, No- vember 12. These apples will be sold at $1.98, $2.25 and $2.50 per box. Come Early and Get Your Choice of Varieties. This is your beVst opportunity to secure your winter's supply. I have priced my apples according to. the times and you'll agree when you see them. I am the same party that had apples here last year in th building across from the Furniture Store. Remember, "Health's Best Way is to Keep Da- " Eating Apples Every y. MR. I. COHEN Say "Merry Christmas" ' with a Photograph The kindly thoughts of Christmastide are fittingly expressed by the Gift of Your Photo- graph--given the utmost in expression at this studio. You can complete your Christmas list quickly with photographs and you will be sure of giving just the right thing in each instance. Photographs are gifts you can easily afford to give and family and friends will always treas- ure them. Special--On all orders for a dozen or more Photographs made between November 1 and November 19 we will include free one Art Craft Leather Easel. The Gift that's always timely for Friends, for Familya n d You, .... ,: ,&iL. . i .... 7"'"?1' mmmm, ttmal I IIIIII II Illl I IIIIIIIIIIIlUlBIIIIIIIiIf '10 , '" ca * , '.'I * 'flg PHOTO,POu'tER l l