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7 :r> ! J [ WANT ADS ...................................... '"'.'''-- THE ORTONVlLLE INDEPENDENT at 11:45 a. m. Evening preaching be a welcome addition to Clinton's ! ] CHURCH NOTICES I servioe, 7:45 p. m., with special music young people. The groom is a mere- O OST---Between N. J. Wilkins' resi- .dence and Pioneer Store, a Gold !Brooch. Finder please return to either the telephone Office or the Independent. 27-1-p VCASHING--Family washing done at reasonable prices. Mrs. Fred Zem- pel, near Ortonville depot. ",WANTED--Man with car to sell low priced GRAHAM Tires. $130.00 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 1827 Boulevard, Benton Harbor, Michigan. ::'krANTED---All kiads of sewing to do, especially children's and baby clothes. Phone ll-F-11. Mrs. F. E. Henderson, Ortonville, Minn. *22-4 %,W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press.. City Tailor Shop. A. V. Young, pro- prietor. 12-tf K;EM STITCHING---I have moved in- to the Cliff residence, one-half block east of Gunderson's Drug Store and : one-half block south, on 3rd St. ; Hemstitching, 10 and 15c per yard. Aoready to do repair work on all , makes of sewing mashines. Agency : ":for the Singer machines. For hem stitching and repairt work. A. L. Waddans. 5-tf-c. k"ARM WANTED--Wanted to hear from owner of a farm or good land for sale, price reasonable. L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, Ill. 27-p ,OR SALE--,Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf [OR SALE--Ford Coupe in running order, will sell cheap if taken at once. H. W. Buchholz, Big Stone City, S.D. 26-1 LTEOR SALE--Bed Room Suite. Call 226 -L. :?FOR SALE---Four full-blood White China Geese. Inquire Fred Zempel, near Ortonville Depot. LFOR SALE--At a bargain. Two sec- ond hand hard coal heaters. M.M. Johnson Furniture Co. 25-tf -bqEMSTITCHItCr--Will do hemstitch- ,brg at 10c ler yard.' Mrs. A. L. Waddans. 27-tf-c :LOSTChild% hbme knit mitten, gray :tb blue stripe on wrist. Finder _ leave t Saeger's Store, or call 293-J. O Rev. K. Knutson, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day morning, November 6. *D q, @ Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. g. A. SuHivam Mass at 9:00 next Sunday morning, November 13. O q, Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regular services on the secgnd Sun- day of each month at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 4) ,. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. F. J. Johnston. Regular services every Sunday af- mrnoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. O @ Trinity Lhtheran Church. August Battling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. [ unday school after each service nglish language. O *I. Emanuel Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelsori, Pastor. Church is located 3 miles east and 2 miles north of Odessa, Minn. No services next Sunday, Nevember 6th. O Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a, m. Subject, "Mortals and Immortals." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcame to these services. Frew reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Frida from 3 to 5 p. rm $ @ @ The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Shnday school aCll:00 a.m.K.L.C.E, meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m, Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. O @ Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, November 6. O ,O Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. ;?FOR :SALE O1 TRADE--Two large The theme next Sunday morning.at  type Chester White Spring Boars. 10:30 in the Methodist church will be !. Eligible to Registry. Will trade for "The Only Way Out of the Wilder- corn or potatoes. J. H. Bailey, ness"; Sunday school at 12:00 m.; Ep- ,Ciinton, Minnesota. 1 worth League at 7:00; evening wor- H. L. McGinnis, District Commer- ciaJ; Manager of the Northwestern Telephone Co. of Sioux Falls, S. D., visited the local exchange Wednesday. The Odd Fellows Clubwill give a o dance in the Odd Fellow's Hall Friday : evening, November 18. There will be a four piece orchestra. Lunch will be served. Carl Albert Bethke of Bellingham tied at Evangelical hospital Wednes- 2ay morning at the age of 61 years after an illness of about two years uration. Several lad{es helped Mrs. James Moulton celebrate her birthday Friday - bringing with them a tasty lunch and remaining for the afternoon, the affair being a complete surprise. Her daugh- ter Mrs. Thiesen of Minneapolis sent net a delicious cake with sixteen can- Iles on it. If there is no hell where has busi- ness gone to 9. ship at 7:45; subject "The Man Who Blew Hot and Cold." Prayer and Bible study at 8:00 p. m.. A most hearty welcome awaits you at all of these services. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular English servmes Sunday morning, 10:00 to 11:00. Regular Swedish services Sunday morning 11 to 12 o'clock. Sunday schooll and Bible classes at 12:00. Sunday evening, November 20 at 7:30 the Luther League will give a program in church. Everybody wen come to all these services. First Congregational Church. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor Sunday: Morning preaching ser- vice, 10:45 a. m. Special music; ser-I men from the subject, "Selling'Price-[ less Things." Sunday school follows l I and short sermon: "A Preacher in His ber of Krook Brothers' Store and his Home Town." Thursday: Midweek many friends extend congratulations Bible study, 7:45 p. m. All are invited to the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. ! to all these services. Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. g. Walseth, Pastor. , Regular morning service at 11:00 new Sunday morning, November 13. Confirmation class will meet at the parsonage Saturday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. Norwegian Ladies 'Aid will meet with Mrs. O. M. Osen Thursday were united in marriage Saturday. November 5, at high noon at the home afternoon, November 17. A cordial of the bride. Rev. Hirsch of Corona invitation is extended. performed the ring .ceremony. Miss @ @ @ Ella Johnson, sister of the groom pre- Uvited Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Odessa-Correll Circuit. Odessa--Sunday services s follows: Preaching at 1000 a.m. K. L. C. E. at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's meeting open to all. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society; last Thursday of the month at 2:30 p, m. Class in Catechism, every Sat- urday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Correll--Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a.m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. m. Ladies Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. Next meeting November 17. Akron and Steinle Schoolhouse - Services discontinued. ! WEDDINGS Krook-Clifford. On Wednesday, November 9, at ten o'clock a. m., Miss Mary Clifford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cliff- ord of, Barry and Mr. Courtney Krook of Clinton were united in marriage at St. Barnabas Catholic church at Barry. Father Barren performed the ceremony. The bride was gowned in white satin, overdraped with silver embroidered net with a veil of tulle and carried pink roses. Her sister, Miss Anna Clifford was bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Anthony Seidl as best man. Little Luella Betts and France Larkin we're flower girls. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride has made many friends in Clinton during her visits here and will Krook left on the Flyer Wednesday night for the cities to spend a few clays after which they will be at home at their residence on Center Street. Jolmson-Miller. John E. Johnson of Corona, S. D., and Miss Edna B. Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Miller of this citY sided at the piano and played "Lo- hengren's Wedding March," as the bridal party entered the room and took their places in the beautifully decor- ated room for the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Esth- er Miller, and the groom by his broth- er, Henry Johnson as best man. The bride's gown was white geor- gette crepe over white satin and a veil which was caught with a wreath of orange blogsms fell in graceful folds the length, of her gown. She carried a shower bouquet of white carnations Re-Treading, Don't discard tread-worn tires If your worn tire has a sound body, there is mileage in it. Our business is to help you get that mileage. In our shop your tire will re- ceive skilled and careful atten- tion. Consult us about your old casings. You deserve every mile that is in them. We will make sure that you get it. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. H. A. Fredricks0n CLINTON, MINN. LOCAL MARKET. ,::'armers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern Spring, No. 1 .......... $1.09 Flax ........................................... 1.66 Oats ........................................... 20 Rye .............................................. 55 Corn ........................................... 25 Barley ....................................... 32 Traey-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1 .......................... 22c Geese ............................................ 13c Ducks ............................................ 15c Springs ......................................... 13c Old Roosters ................................ 10c Hens, general ru ...................... 14c Eggs .............................................. 45e OrtenviIle Creamery Butterfat ...................................... 40c COFFEE 25c-30c-35c To introduce my Caffee will send a ,generous sample,of eiCher kind for a ,Mime or all for 25c. C. Swedback, Upsala, Minn. STRENGTH AND VIGOR! "2Jamp out of bed mornings re-ling e and ready to meet your day's -Wd:with a smile. te|'3ga6tl every minute of the dayl TAKE :,GA0000N S TONIC ! 1 Otomdlle by K. A. Holman;  in Odessa L. Cor- Jacob and in J. Stability is the important and vital feature in suc- cessful banking. When you leave money in a bank you want to know that it is ready and there for you at any time. Our record for the past 30 years or more shows we give to the funds entrusted to us that careful handling which conserves the interests of our Depositors and stands for perpetual soundness. If you are not one of our customers we will be pleased to have you become one. i First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA i i , ,rHURSDAY, NOVEMBEB n(t roses. The bridesmaid was dress-of animals, of which there ed in a pale green gown of crepe de i more in all parts of the chene and wore a corsage bouquet. , This group of livestock fter the ceremony a tiwee course I, dinner was served, the decorations in/kuwn "iS tile livestock series of the better sires the dining room being carried out in I campaign, the purpose pink and white. ] being to encourage interest: The C. H. Johnson and Elmer]:ing and developing good liv Kneckdahl families of Corona, S. D., t ptctures, of which five are: were the out of town relatives in at-tclud e a pho%graph of tendance. . . . ]purebred Jerseys being ju The' young people will make their[ farmer s, picnic, an outstt home on a farm near Cbrona, S. D. [ ample of equine perfection --. . m  .,ted in a finely bred draft l'lCtul'es of Livestock i of purebred South-down Ready for Distribution dent poultry of the type , the prize ring and as Requests from all parts of the coun- try for typical pictures of leading va- rieties of livestock have resulted iw the United States Department of Agriculture preparing such a series of illustrations, and they are now available for distribution among agri- cultural high schools, rural schoolsi banks, 'farmers' clubs, and other so: cieties and organizations interested. No special attention has been paid thus far to making the series com- plete with respect to the various types of livestock. They are simply illus- trations of fine representative types some of the animals in an dairy herd, one of the recognized as free from aKd an unusual picture of ! nile porkers, each of r,. men of one of the swine. 2he pictures are of 11,;x15 inches, and may By addressing the United partment of Agriculture. He who talks without more risk than he who talking. Manw of ths old Hart- Parrs that ploWd th* t'irgln prairies of the NorthWest ars still in us todmy. The rlat Ilrand-dadd)" of sll Trac- tors wll old Hart-Parr ll. I, built in ItOi. Back to PrewarPrices % Hart-Parr "30" now $1295 f. o. b. Factory Hart-Parr "20" now $945 f. o. b. Factory Lowest Prices Ever Quoted on Them It has always been the policy of Hart-Parr Company to price their tractors at cost of production plus a fair and reasonable profit. They. did. not waver from thispolicy during the war, the increase bein about 14 per cent which you will admit is Very small. Hence who ever purchased a Hart-Parr tractor may feel that he his full money's worth.  At the new prices Hart-Parr tractors still remain the biggest tractor value on the market. They give you a bigger day's work for a greater number of days at less cost for labor, depre" ciation, fuel and upkeep. . .............. :.: Crop Assurance The more acres tilled in a season and the better the yield per acre, the less will be the cost per bushel. Work done at the right time, better plowing and big volume of work per man are principles more impor- tant than selling price. The former you can control--the price you cannot always control. The greatest advantage of a Hart-Parr tractor is not that it w|l[4replace a certain number of horses on the average farm, but the fact that it enables you to get your crop in at the r time and in the proper .manner no matter how hot the weather, how hard the ground o how thick the flies. It never gets tired. It is as efficient the last hour of the day as the first nour and if you are rushed for time it ill work day and night. ;'. Write for lterature or come and see us. at ALVAH I. MATTHEWS We Carry Anything in the Line HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is tae place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and wiU give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. FOR THE KITCHEN A great deal of the wh ness of foods depends upon Utensils" in which they are pared. We have just the kind ery housewife will be pleased including Aluminum, Granite Iron ware--also the popular Glassware. Bring your Heating and Plumbing Problems to Us J. D. ROSS & COMP 7 :r> ! J [ WANT ADS ...................................... '"'.'''-- THE ORTONVlLLE INDEPENDENT at 11:45 a. m. Evening preaching be a welcome addition to Clinton's ! ] CHURCH NOTICES I servioe, 7:45 p. m., with special music young people. The groom is a mere- O OST---Between N. J. Wilkins' resi- .dence and Pioneer Store, a Gold !Brooch. Finder please return to either the telephone Office or the Independent. 27-1-p VCASHING--Family washing done at reasonable prices. Mrs. Fred Zem- pel, near Ortonville depot. ",WANTED--Man with car to sell low priced GRAHAM Tires. $130.00 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 1827 Boulevard, Benton Harbor, Michigan. ::'krANTED---All kiads of sewing to do, especially children's and baby clothes. Phone ll-F-11. Mrs. F. E. Henderson, Ortonville, Minn. *22-4 %,W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press.. City Tailor Shop. A. V. Young, pro- prietor. 12-tf K;EM STITCHING---I have moved in- to the Cliff residence, one-half block east of Gunderson's Drug Store and : one-half block south, on 3rd St. ; Hemstitching, 10 and 15c per yard. Aoready to do repair work on all , makes of sewing mashines. Agency : ":for the Singer machines. For hem stitching and repairt work. A. L. Waddans. 5-tf-c. k"ARM WANTED--Wanted to hear from owner of a farm or good land for sale, price reasonable. L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, Ill. 27-p ,OR SALE--,Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf [OR SALE--Ford Coupe in running order, will sell cheap if taken at once. H. W. Buchholz, Big Stone City, S.D. 26-1 LTEOR SALE--Bed Room Suite. Call 226 -L. :?FOR SALE---Four full-blood White China Geese. Inquire Fred Zempel, near Ortonville Depot. LFOR SALE--At a bargain. Two sec- ond hand hard coal heaters. M.M. Johnson Furniture Co. 25-tf -bqEMSTITCHItCr--Will do hemstitch- ,brg at 10c ler yard.' Mrs. A. L. Waddans. 27-tf-c :LOSTChild% hbme knit mitten, gray :tb blue stripe on wrist. Finder _ leave t Saeger's Store, or call 293-J. O Rev. K. Knutson, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day morning, November 6. *D q, @ Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. g. A. SuHivam Mass at 9:00 next Sunday morning, November 13. O q, Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regular services on the secgnd Sun- day of each month at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 4) ,. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. F. J. Johnston. Regular services every Sunday af- mrnoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. O @ Trinity Lhtheran Church. August Battling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. [ unday school after each service nglish language. O *I. Emanuel Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelsori, Pastor. Church is located 3 miles east and 2 miles north of Odessa, Minn. No services next Sunday, Nevember 6th. O Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a, m. Subject, "Mortals and Immortals." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcame to these services. Frew reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Frida from 3 to 5 p. rm $ @ @ The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Shnday school aCll:00 a.m.K.L.C.E, meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m, Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. O @ Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, November 6. O ,O Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. ;?FOR :SALE O1 TRADE--Two large The theme next Sunday morning.at  type Chester White Spring Boars. 10:30 in the Methodist church will be !. Eligible to Registry. Will trade for "The Only Way Out of the Wilder- corn or potatoes. J. H. Bailey, ness"; Sunday school at 12:00 m.; Ep- ,Ciinton, Minnesota. 1 worth League at 7:00; evening wor- H. L. McGinnis, District Commer- ciaJ; Manager of the Northwestern Telephone Co. of Sioux Falls, S. D., visited the local exchange Wednesday. The Odd Fellows Clubwill give a o dance in the Odd Fellow's Hall Friday : evening, November 18. There will be a four piece orchestra. Lunch will be served. Carl Albert Bethke of Bellingham tied at Evangelical hospital Wednes- 2ay morning at the age of 61 years after an illness of about two years uration. Several lad{es helped Mrs. James Moulton celebrate her birthday Friday - bringing with them a tasty lunch and remaining for the afternoon, the affair being a complete surprise. Her daugh- ter Mrs. Thiesen of Minneapolis sent net a delicious cake with sixteen can- Iles on it. If there is no hell where has busi- ness gone to 9. ship at 7:45; subject "The Man Who Blew Hot and Cold." Prayer and Bible study at 8:00 p. m.. A most hearty welcome awaits you at all of these services. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular English servmes Sunday morning, 10:00 to 11:00. Regular Swedish services Sunday morning 11 to 12 o'clock. Sunday schooll and Bible classes at 12:00. Sunday evening, November 20 at 7:30 the Luther League will give a program in church. Everybody wen come to all these services. First Congregational Church. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor Sunday: Morning preaching ser- vice, 10:45 a. m. Special music; ser-I men from the subject, "Selling'Price-[ less Things." Sunday school follows l I and short sermon: "A Preacher in His ber of Krook Brothers' Store and his Home Town." Thursday: Midweek many friends extend congratulations Bible study, 7:45 p. m. All are invited to the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. ! to all these services. Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. g. Walseth, Pastor. , Regular morning service at 11:00 new Sunday morning, November 13. Confirmation class will meet at the parsonage Saturday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. Norwegian Ladies 'Aid will meet with Mrs. O. M. Osen Thursday were united in marriage Saturday. November 5, at high noon at the home afternoon, November 17. A cordial of the bride. Rev. Hirsch of Corona invitation is extended. performed the ring .ceremony. Miss @ @ @ Ella Johnson, sister of the groom pre- Uvited Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Odessa-Correll Circuit. Odessa--Sunday services s follows: Preaching at 1000 a.m. K. L. C. E. at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's meeting open to all. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society; last Thursday of the month at 2:30 p, m. Class in Catechism, every Sat- urday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Correll--Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a.m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. m. Ladies Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. Next meeting November 17. Akron and Steinle Schoolhouse - Services discontinued. ! WEDDINGS Krook-Clifford. On Wednesday, November 9, at ten o'clock a. m., Miss Mary Clifford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cliff- ord of, Barry and Mr. Courtney Krook of Clinton were united in marriage at St. Barnabas Catholic church at Barry. Father Barren performed the ceremony. The bride was gowned in white satin, overdraped with silver embroidered net with a veil of tulle and carried pink roses. Her sister, Miss Anna Clifford was bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Anthony Seidl as best man. Little Luella Betts and France Larkin we're flower girls. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride has made many friends in Clinton during her visits here and will Krook left on the Flyer Wednesday night for the cities to spend a few clays after which they will be at home at their residence on Center Street. Jolmson-Miller. John E. Johnson of Corona, S. D., and Miss Edna B. Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Miller of this citY sided at the piano and played "Lo- hengren's Wedding March," as the bridal party entered the room and took their places in the beautifully decor- ated room for the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Esth- er Miller, and the groom by his broth- er, Henry Johnson as best man. The bride's gown was white geor- gette crepe over white satin and a veil which was caught with a wreath of orange blogsms fell in graceful folds the length, of her gown. She carried a shower bouquet of white carnations Re-Treading, Don't discard tread-worn tires If your worn tire has a sound body, there is mileage in it. Our business is to help you get that mileage. In our shop your tire will re- ceive skilled and careful atten- tion. Consult us about your old casings. You deserve every mile that is in them. We will make sure that you get it. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. H. A. Fredricks0n CLINTON, MINN. LOCAL MARKET. ,::'armers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern Spring, No. 1 .......... $1.09 Flax ........................................... 1.66 Oats ........................................... 20 Rye .............................................. 55 Corn ........................................... 25 Barley ....................................... 32 Traey-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1 .......................... 22c Geese ............................................ 13c Ducks ............................................ 15c Springs ......................................... 13c Old Roosters ................................ 10c Hens, general ru ...................... 14c Eggs .............................................. 45e OrtenviIle Creamery Butterfat ...................................... 40c COFFEE 25c-30c-35c To introduce my Caffee will send a ,generous sample,of eiCher kind for a ,Mime or all for 25c. C. Swedback, Upsala, Minn. STRENGTH AND VIGOR! "2Jamp out of bed mornings re-ling e and ready to meet your day's -Wd:with a smile. te|'3ga6tl every minute of the dayl TAKE :,GA0000N S TONIC ! 1 Otomdlle by K. A. Holman;  in Odessa L. Cor- Jacob and in J. Stability is the important and vital feature in suc- cessful banking. When you leave money in a bank you want to know that it is ready and there for you at any time. Our record for the past 30 years or more shows we give to the funds entrusted to us that careful handling which conserves the interests of our Depositors and stands for perpetual soundness. If you are not one of our customers we will be pleased to have you become one. i First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA i i , ,rHURSDAY, NOVEMBEB n(t roses. The bridesmaid was dress-of animals, of which there ed in a pale green gown of crepe de i more in all parts of the chene and wore a corsage bouquet. , This group of livestock fter the ceremony a tiwee course I, dinner was served, the decorations in/kuwn "iS tile livestock series of the better sires the dining room being carried out in I campaign, the purpose pink and white. ] being to encourage interest: The C. H. Johnson and Elmer]:ing and developing good liv Kneckdahl families of Corona, S. D., t ptctures, of which five are: were the out of town relatives in at-tclud e a pho%graph of tendance. . . . ]purebred Jerseys being ju The' young people will make their[ farmer s, picnic, an outstt home on a farm near Cbrona, S. D. [ ample of equine perfection --. . m  .,ted in a finely bred draft l'lCtul'es of Livestock i of purebred South-down Ready for Distribution dent poultry of the type , the prize ring and as Requests from all parts of the coun- try for typical pictures of leading va- rieties of livestock have resulted iw the United States Department of Agriculture preparing such a series of illustrations, and they are now available for distribution among agri- cultural high schools, rural schoolsi banks, 'farmers' clubs, and other so: cieties and organizations interested. No special attention has been paid thus far to making the series com- plete with respect to the various types of livestock. They are simply illus- trations of fine representative types some of the animals in an dairy herd, one of the recognized as free from aKd an unusual picture of ! nile porkers, each of r,. men of one of the swine. 2he pictures are of 11,;x15 inches, and may By addressing the United partment of Agriculture. He who talks without more risk than he who talking. Manw of ths old Hart- Parrs that ploWd th* t'irgln prairies of the NorthWest ars still in us todmy. The rlat Ilrand-dadd)" of sll Trac- tors wll old Hart-Parr ll. I, built in ItOi. Back to PrewarPrices % Hart-Parr "30" now $1295 f. o. b. Factory Hart-Parr "20" now $945 f. o. b. Factory Lowest Prices Ever Quoted on Them It has always been the policy of Hart-Parr Company to price their tractors at cost of production plus a fair and reasonable profit. They. did. not waver from thispolicy during the war, the increase bein about 14 per cent which you will admit is Very small. Hence who ever purchased a Hart-Parr tractor may feel that he his full money's worth.  At the new prices Hart-Parr tractors still remain the biggest tractor value on the market. They give you a bigger day's work for a greater number of days at less cost for labor, depre" ciation, fuel and upkeep. . .............. :.: Crop Assurance The more acres tilled in a season and the better the yield per acre, the less will be the cost per bushel. Work done at the right time, better plowing and big volume of work per man are principles more impor- tant than selling price. The former you can control--the price you cannot always control. The greatest advantage of a Hart-Parr tractor is not that it w|l[4replace a certain number of horses on the average farm, but the fact that it enables you to get your crop in at the r time and in the proper .manner no matter how hot the weather, how hard the ground o how thick the flies. It never gets tired. It is as efficient the last hour of the day as the first nour and if you are rushed for time it ill work day and night. ;'. Write for lterature or come and see us. at ALVAH I. MATTHEWS We Carry Anything in the Line HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is tae place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and wiU give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. FOR THE KITCHEN A great deal of the wh ness of foods depends upon Utensils" in which they are pared. We have just the kind ery housewife will be pleased including Aluminum, Granite Iron ware--also the popular Glassware. Bring your Heating and Plumbing Problems to Us J. D. ROSS & COMP -kAGE 8 .........  TIIE ORTONn/ILILE INDEPENDENT O]0 at 11:45 a. m. Evening preaching be a eleome addition to "[ @ WANT ADS  / CHURCH OTICES .................................................................. OST.--Betu,edn N J. Wilkins' si- den and Pionr Store, a Gold luh. Finder please retu t either the telephone 0tce lederlenL 27 1-p  WASHINGFamIly washing done at reasonable pares. Mrs. Fred peh near OrtonvilIe depot. priced GRAHAM Tires. $130.00 week d ,Prssions. TIRE CO., 1827 Boulevard, Benin Harbor, Michigan. "WANTED--AII ldmds of ewlng to do, especially children's and baby clothes, phone II-F-IL Mrs. F. E. Henderson, Ortonville, Minn. -V A N T E D--Ladies' and elnth to ln an n prs.. City Tailor Shop. A. WE {[[EM STITCHINC-I have moved in- to ae Cliff residenc, one-half block east of Gundelon's Dg Store d ane-bMf blk south, on 3rd St., Hentitdling, I0 d 15e per yrd. akos of wivg hinea, Agency " for the Singer machines. titchLag and repairt work A- L. Waddans. ARM W ANTED--Wanted from omer of a farm or good land for sale, price onahle, L, Jane% Box 551, ninny, Ill. or*d Suits for  at the City Tail- or Shop. 'OR SAL,,5Ford Coupe in il order, wiR 8ell cheap if taken at c H. w BuchheIz, Big Stone City, S, n. TOR SALBed ]:oom Suite. 226-1 :'rOlR SALFFonr full-blood China Gee Inqui] Fred Zempe[, near Ortnvil[e Depot. OR SALE--A t a bgnin. "lv o s. o hand hard real heate. Johnu FurMtu CO. 2dIEMSTITCHINWi tl do he--tith- hag at 0e lr yard: M. A. L : Wddans. 27-tf-e .d'th blue stripe on wrist. '. leave t Saeger'a Store, or ' 293-J. ,'OR gALE OR TRADE--Two large type Chester W]lite Spring Bo. . ligible to Registry. "  or potataes. J, H. Bailay,  Cliuton, Minnesota. 1 IL K MeGlnds, Istriet Commer- cial Manager b! eephone Co: of ioux Falls, & D., isited the lal exchange Wednesday. The Odd Fellows Clubwill give a - dance in the Odd Felow's Hal Friday eening, November 18. There will be a four gi'e ohestra. seed. Carl Albert Bethke of *eIlinghara 3led at Evangelical hospital Woden- day morni,,g at the age of 61 ,e after a illne of about two  dumti. Several ldes helped Mrs. Moulton lebrate her birthday Friday . bringing with them a tasty lunch and remalnlng for the atteoon, the affmr being a complete surpriee Her dangh- Wr M. Thlen of Minneapolis sent nor a delicious cake wth les on iL If the is no hell where ha b'- ne gone to? LOCAL  11 "r. Northe Spdng, No. 1. ...$1.09 Oaes ........................ 20 cnRYe ._..?: ........... '"''::i: : Barley ..................... 82 Trey-Shumakr Co. Turkey, No. i ...................... 2e  ................................ 13c Oacks ................................ le : Springs ............................ 13 Old Rooe ................ 10 Hens, gneral rml ........ 14e Eggs ............... 45c OoulIe Creamery Butterfat .......... , .... 4 COFFEE 25c30c-35c TO intdue m :erous sample.at either kind ,,'dime or all tel $t. -C. Swedbaek, Upsala, Minn. ::STRENGTH AND VIGOR! 'nmp eat of a mmmlmg a.:lng t d ready to meet your day's i ,hedlth a smile.  4t el w7 mhme of the day I *  TAKg GA_N $ TONIC b J ' R0a $. Itaold Rev. K. nutson, Pastor. Town." Thursday: There will be no res next Sun- Iible stmi 7:45 p , ay morning, November 6. to all these service. Rev. Fr. J. A. Suniv bla.;s at 9:(10 next Sunday moIning 13 Swedish M. E. Cllmt A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regd ervices en the second Sum a^ of each month at 10:$o  m. d hop. tm Pleannt Valley Methedlst Eplsopal Rev. F. J. Johnston. Regular servie*s every Sunday f. Sday sehl at twel,ae o'clock. Trinity Lltherln Chur Augast Battnng, Putr. Semite elT Sdy at lO:00 m. German lagu4 after  rvie ..... .1orJ u.. RoY. Arnold Nelson, ptor. Chuh is located 3 mile east and miles north of Odeu, Mfn No iees next Sdny, Nevember Christian Sden Sunday seiees at 10:45  m. Subjeet, "Mortals and lmmorL.I." Wednesday sell at 8if00 p. m. All a welcome to these services. F. nadlng room in their hall (Shaker buildings). Open every Tuesday and Fda from 3 to 5 p. r The Chuh of Gol Fellotp. United Evanelleal Cereh* Rev. $. H. , Pastor Big Stone CR.--laehlng servers Sunday school aL'll :oo a.m. ILL C. E. mting at 7:30 p, m. Pteaelung eees at 8:0O p. m. Prayer mtlng and Bible Class w[U be held el7 Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m /ohnn--Preaehlng service ery y ut 3:00 p: . Eida Lutheran Church (N!e miles northeast of Ortonvllle) Iv. S. M. M of Cnton, Pastor. There will be no seiees next Sun- day, November 6. Methodt EpBelmk Roy.  K Haggaa. pastor. The theme next Sunday mozniugt will be 'e Only W Ou of e Wilder ness"; Sunday school at 12:00 m.; Ep- worth League at 7:00; eain war- ship at 7:45; subt "The M Who Blew Hot and Cold." Prayer and Bible study at 8100 p. m.. A most hearty welcome awaits you at all of eriees. Rev. Aold Neigh, Pastor. Regul Eaglish servis Sunda) moaning. 10:00 to lloo. ReguLar Sunday morning 11 te i2 o'loel Sunday hesB and Bible else at 12:o. Sunday evening. November 20 at 7:3O the Luther League Will gi a in ehuh. Everybody wel- theee rvlee First Congregational Chvreh. . Paul & Beelven, Ptor Sunday: Morning preaching ser- vice, i0:45 a. m. Special tousle; ser- mon from the subjesL "Selllng'Pri- less Things," Sunday. elool follows The bridesmaid was dress of animals, of which thel ed iu a pale green gown of crepe de mare in all bouquet. This group of livestock extend congratulations fter the ceremony a thee coursel to the young uple. Mr. and Mrs dinner as served, th,  corations in the Flyer Wednesday the dining room being eaied out in ramptigll, the purpose of t $ . night for the cities to spewed a fe pink and white. Norwegian Lutheran. lays after which they ill be at hom The C. H. Johnson anti Bey. J. Waseth, Ptor. pictures, -- ee one include photograph Regular morning Johnson-Miller. tendance. next Sunday morning, November 13. pmm'e(t oersey Confirmation cla will mt at the John E. Johnson of Corona, S, D. The young people will make thei farmers' picnic, an parsonage Saturday sfteoon at 4:0O Miller, (laughter oJ S, D. ample of equine perfection Mrs. C. F. Miller of ted in a finely bd draft o'lk. No'egian Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. O. M. Osen Thursday eree united in marriage Saturday. Pictur of Livestock ov mber 5, at h,gh noon at the home i afternoon, November 17. A cordtal of the bride. Rev. Hirsrh of Corona I Rad) for  dent poultry of the tYPe I invitation is extended. performed the ring ceremony. Missl  methe priZeof ring and IIa Johnson, sister of the groom pre- l United Evangelleal Chuh.  sMed at the piano and played "Ls- dairy herd, F. W. Agte, Pastor. hengn's Wedding March," livtoek have d an unual picture Odessa-Cerrelt Ciit, bridal part the United States Department e p Od--Sundy iees bs follows: their places in the beautifully Agriculture pmparlng such a Preaching at 10g0 . m. K. L c.E. they at 7:30 p. m. This is Yog People's Was attended by her sister, Miss Esth- - 'he gictus are of mting open to all er Miller, and the gromn by his 'oth. eulttlral high hools meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 or, Henry Johnson as best man. banks, 'falers' clubs, and lx15 inches, o'clock. Woman's Missionary Soeiet ; and organizations y addressin last Thurlay of the month at 2: get te crop No special attti has been paid partment of Agrieultu. pm. Class in Catechism, every which was caught with thus far to making the series cam urday afternoon at 2:00 o'clcek, orange bl0ss fell in graceful folds Flete with spect to the various types Cerrell-Sunday i as fol/ows the length,of her gown. Iivestk. They are simply illus- Sunday hoo I at 10:30 . m. a hower bouquet of white earnatlons I tl.ations of fine representaUve types talkitg. ins at 7:3O p. every two weeks on Thursday after- nn at 2:3O o'clock. Next meeting Noxmber 17. Akron nnd Stelnle Scheolhoue=- Seis disntinued. WEDDINGS Krkliffurd. On Wednesday, November 9, at o'eloek a. m., Miss Mary Clifford, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Jerry Cliff- ord of, Baby and M Courmey Krook ef Clintou at St. Baab Catholic chuh at Barry. Father Baon perfned the eeremony. The bride was goed in white satin, overdraped with siver embrutdet net with a yell of tulle and carried pink ses. Her sider, Mi An Clifford was bridesmaid. The groomwas attended by Anthnny Seidl as best man. LitUe Luella Betts aud Franee Larkln we flower girls. After th eemony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride has made many friends iq Clinton during her vldts here and will Re-Treading, Don't discard tad.weru tires If your wom ti has a sound body, the is mileage in it. Our buslness is to help you get that mileage... In o shop your tiJ will - ive skil!ed and eareal stron- tium Consult us about your ohl easing You dee every mie that ia in them. We will make sure that .you get it. All work guaranteed. Prices reachable. H. A. Fredrieksen CLINTON, MINN. Back to Prewar Prices Hart-Parr "30" now $1295 f. o. b. Factory Hart-Parr "20" now $945 f. o. b. Factory Lowest Prices Ever Quoted on Them It has always been the policy of Hart-Parr Company to price their tractors at cost of production plus a fair and reohabie profit. They. did not waver from this policy during the war, the increase being only about 14 per cent which you will admit is Very small Hence anyone who ever pu!'.chased a Hart-Parr tractor may feel that be received his full money s worth. At the new pris Hart-Parr traetor still remain the biggest tractor value on th mt- They give you a bigger day's work for a g'rea er n tuber of days at esa cos for labo} depre- ciation, fuel and uFkf " , .  Crop Assurance The more acres tilled in a season and the better the yie d per acre, the less will be the cost per bushe Work done at the ght time better plowing and big volume of work per man are principles more' impor- tant than sening price. The former you can control--the price yoU cannot always control, The gntest advantage of a Hart-Fa tractor is not of horses on the avenge farm, but the ft that it ebles you time and in the pper nner no matter how hot the grd how thick the flies. It never gets tired. hear vd if you a shed for time it will work dy and night ,[ Write for Uterature or come and see us. ! , ALVAH !. MA;FTHEWS Stability is the important and vital feature in sue- cessful baking. When you leave money in a bank you want to know that it is ready and there for you at any time. Our record for the past 30 years or more shows we give to the funls entrusted to us that careful handling which conserves the interests of our Depositors and stands for perpetual soundness. If you are not one of our customers ve will be pleased to have you become one.. First National-] Bank | ORTONVILLIg MINNEq'A J We Carry Anything in the Line HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are'you planning any fall repair. ing? Then this is te place to come to for Tools and 'other equip- nent. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and will give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. FOR THE KITCHEN A great deal of the hess of food pared. We hay ery housewife wili be including Granite a Iron ware--also th Glassware. Br your He0ting and Plumbing Problems to Us J. D. ROSS COMPAN 7 :r> ! J [ WANT ADS ...................................... '"'.'''-- THE ORTONVlLLE INDEPENDENT at 11:45 a. m. Evening preaching be a welcome addition to Clinton's ! ] CHURCH NOTICES I servioe, 7:45 p. m., with special music young people. The groom is a mere- O OST---Between N. J. Wilkins' resi- .dence and Pioneer Store, a Gold !Brooch. Finder please return to either the telephone Office or the Independent. 27-1-p VCASHING--Family washing done at reasonable prices. Mrs. Fred Zem- pel, near Ortonville depot. ",WANTED--Man with car to sell low priced GRAHAM Tires. $130.00 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 1827 Boulevard, Benton Harbor, Michigan. ::'krANTED---All kiads of sewing to do, especially children's and baby clothes. Phone ll-F-11. Mrs. F. E. Henderson, Ortonville, Minn. *22-4 %,W A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press.. City Tailor Shop. A. V. Young, pro- prietor. 12-tf K;EM STITCHING---I have moved in- to the Cliff residence, one-half block east of Gunderson's Drug Store and : one-half block south, on 3rd St. ; Hemstitching, 10 and 15c per yard. Aoready to do repair work on all , makes of sewing mashines. Agency : ":for the Singer machines. For hem stitching and repairt work. A. L. Waddans. 5-tf-c. k"ARM WANTED--Wanted to hear from owner of a farm or good land for sale, price reasonable. L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, Ill. 27-p ,OR SALE--,Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. *12-tf [OR SALE--Ford Coupe in running order, will sell cheap if taken at once. H. W. Buchholz, Big Stone City, S.D. 26-1 LTEOR SALE--Bed Room Suite. Call 226 -L. :?FOR SALE---Four full-blood White China Geese. Inquire Fred Zempel, near Ortonville Depot. LFOR SALE--At a bargain. Two sec- ond hand hard coal heaters. M.M. Johnson Furniture Co. 25-tf -bqEMSTITCHItCr--Will do hemstitch- ,brg at 10c ler yard.' Mrs. A. L. Waddans. 27-tf-c :LOSTChild% hbme knit mitten, gray :tb blue stripe on wrist. Finder _ leave t Saeger's Store, or call 293-J. O Rev. K. Knutson, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day morning, November 6. *D q, @ Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. g. A. SuHivam Mass at 9:00 next Sunday morning, November 13. O q, Swedish M. E. Church. A. J. Anderson, Pastor Regular services on the secgnd Sun- day of each month at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 4) ,. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Church. Rev. F. J. Johnston. Regular services every Sunday af- mrnoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. O @ Trinity Lhtheran Church. August Battling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. [ unday school after each service nglish language. O *I. Emanuel Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelsori, Pastor. Church is located 3 miles east and 2 miles north of Odessa, Minn. No services next Sunday, Nevember 6th. O Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a, m. Subject, "Mortals and Immortals." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcame to these services. Frew reading room in their hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and Frida from 3 to 5 p. rm $ @ @ The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.Preaching services at 10:00 a.m. Shnday school aCll:00 a.m.K.L.C.E, meeting at 7:30 p. m. Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m, Johnson--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. O @ Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day, November 6. O ,O Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. ;?FOR :SALE O1 TRADE--Two large The theme next Sunday morning.at  type Chester White Spring Boars. 10:30 in the Methodist church will be !. Eligible to Registry. Will trade for "The Only Way Out of the Wilder- corn or potatoes. J. H. Bailey, ness"; Sunday school at 12:00 m.; Ep- ,Ciinton, Minnesota. 1 worth League at 7:00; evening wor- H. L. McGinnis, District Commer- ciaJ; Manager of the Northwestern Telephone Co. of Sioux Falls, S. D., visited the local exchange Wednesday. The Odd Fellows Clubwill give a o dance in the Odd Fellow's Hall Friday : evening, November 18. There will be a four piece orchestra. Lunch will be served. Carl Albert Bethke of Bellingham tied at Evangelical hospital Wednes- 2ay morning at the age of 61 years after an illness of about two years uration. Several lad{es helped Mrs. James Moulton celebrate her birthday Friday - bringing with them a tasty lunch and remaining for the afternoon, the affair being a complete surprise. Her daugh- ter Mrs. Thiesen of Minneapolis sent net a delicious cake with sixteen can- Iles on it. If there is no hell where has busi- ness gone to 9. ship at 7:45; subject "The Man Who Blew Hot and Cold." Prayer and Bible study at 8:00 p. m.. A most hearty welcome awaits you at all of these services. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Regular English servmes Sunday morning, 10:00 to 11:00. Regular Swedish services Sunday morning 11 to 12 o'clock. Sunday schooll and Bible classes at 12:00. Sunday evening, November 20 at 7:30 the Luther League will give a program in church. Everybody wen come to all these services. First Congregational Church. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor Sunday: Morning preaching ser- vice, 10:45 a. m. Special music; ser-I men from the subject, "Selling'Price-[ less Things." Sunday school follows l I and short sermon: "A Preacher in His ber of Krook Brothers' Store and his Home Town." Thursday: Midweek many friends extend congratulations Bible study, 7:45 p. m. All are invited to the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. ! to all these services. Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. g. Walseth, Pastor. , Regular morning service at 11:00 new Sunday morning, November 13. Confirmation class will meet at the parsonage Saturday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock. Norwegian Ladies 'Aid will meet with Mrs. O. M. Osen Thursday were united in marriage Saturday. November 5, at high noon at the home afternoon, November 17. A cordial of the bride. Rev. Hirsch of Corona invitation is extended. performed the ring .ceremony. Miss @ @ @ Ella Johnson, sister of the groom pre- Uvited Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Odessa-Correll Circuit. Odessa--Sunday services s follows: Preaching at 1000 a.m. K. L. C. E. at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's meeting open to all. Midweek prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society; last Thursday of the month at 2:30 p, m. Class in Catechism, every Sat- urday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Correll--Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a.m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. m. Ladies Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. Next meeting November 17. Akron and Steinle Schoolhouse - Services discontinued. ! WEDDINGS Krook-Clifford. On Wednesday, November 9, at ten o'clock a. m., Miss Mary Clifford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cliff- ord of, Barry and Mr. Courtney Krook of Clinton were united in marriage at St. Barnabas Catholic church at Barry. Father Barren performed the ceremony. The bride was gowned in white satin, overdraped with silver embroidered net with a veil of tulle and carried pink roses. Her sister, Miss Anna Clifford was bridesmaid. The groom was attended by Anthony Seidl as best man. Little Luella Betts and France Larkin we're flower girls. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The bride has made many friends in Clinton during her visits here and will Krook left on the Flyer Wednesday night for the cities to spend a few clays after which they will be at home at their residence on Center Street. Jolmson-Miller. John E. Johnson of Corona, S. D., and Miss Edna B. Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Miller of this citY sided at the piano and played "Lo- hengren's Wedding March," as the bridal party entered the room and took their places in the beautifully decor- ated room for the ceremony. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Esth- er Miller, and the groom by his broth- er, Henry Johnson as best man. The bride's gown was white geor- gette crepe over white satin and a veil which was caught with a wreath of orange blogsms fell in graceful folds the length, of her gown. She carried a shower bouquet of white carnations Re-Treading, Don't discard tread-worn tires If your worn tire has a sound body, there is mileage in it. Our business is to help you get that mileage. In our shop your tire will re- ceive skilled and careful atten- tion. Consult us about your old casings. You deserve every mile that is in them. We will make sure that you get it. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. H. A. Fredricks0n CLINTON, MINN. LOCAL MARKET. ,::'armers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern Spring, No. 1 .......... $1.09 Flax ........................................... 1.66 Oats ........................................... 20 Rye .............................................. 55 Corn ........................................... 25 Barley ....................................... 32 Traey-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1 .......................... 22c Geese ............................................ 13c Ducks ............................................ 15c Springs ......................................... 13c Old Roosters ................................ 10c Hens, general ru ...................... 14c Eggs .............................................. 45e OrtenviIle Creamery Butterfat ...................................... 40c COFFEE 25c-30c-35c To introduce my Caffee will send a ,generous sample,of eiCher kind for a ,Mime or all for 25c. C. Swedback, Upsala, Minn. STRENGTH AND VIGOR! "2Jamp out of bed mornings re-ling e and ready to meet your day's -Wd:with a smile. te|'3ga6tl every minute of the dayl TAKE :,GA0000N S TONIC ! 1 Otomdlle by K. A. Holman;  in Odessa L. Cor- Jacob and in J. Stability is the important and vital feature in suc- cessful banking. When you leave money in a bank you want to know that it is ready and there for you at any time. Our record for the past 30 years or more shows we give to the funds entrusted to us that careful handling which conserves the interests of our Depositors and stands for perpetual soundness. If you are not one of our customers we will be pleased to have you become one. i First National Bank ORTONVILLE MINNESOTA i i , ,rHURSDAY, NOVEMBEB n(t roses. The bridesmaid was dress-of animals, of which there ed in a pale green gown of crepe de i more in all parts of the chene and wore a corsage bouquet. , This group of livestock fter the ceremony a tiwee course I, dinner was served, the decorations in/kuwn "iS tile livestock series of the better sires the dining room being carried out in I campaign, the purpose pink and white. ] being to encourage interest: The C. H. Johnson and Elmer]:ing and developing good liv Kneckdahl families of Corona, S. D., t ptctures, of which five are: were the out of town relatives in at-tclud e a pho%graph of tendance. . . . ]purebred Jerseys being ju The' young people will make their[ farmer s, picnic, an outstt home on a farm near Cbrona, S. D. [ ample of equine perfection --. . m  .,ted in a finely bred draft l'lCtul'es of Livestock i of purebred South-down Ready for Distribution dent poultry of the type , the prize ring and as Requests from all parts of the coun- try for typical pictures of leading va- rieties of livestock have resulted iw the United States Department of Agriculture preparing such a series of illustrations, and they are now available for distribution among agri- cultural high schools, rural schoolsi banks, 'farmers' clubs, and other so: cieties and organizations interested. No special attention has been paid thus far to making the series com- plete with respect to the various types of livestock. They are simply illus- trations of fine representative types some of the animals in an dairy herd, one of the recognized as free from aKd an unusual picture of ! nile porkers, each of r,. men of one of the swine. 2he pictures are of 11,;x15 inches, and may By addressing the United partment of Agriculture. He who talks without more risk than he who talking. Manw of ths old Hart- Parrs that ploWd th* t'irgln prairies of the NorthWest ars still in us todmy. The rlat Ilrand-dadd)" of sll Trac- tors wll old Hart-Parr ll. I, built in ItOi. Back to PrewarPrices % Hart-Parr "30" now $1295 f. o. b. Factory Hart-Parr "20" now $945 f. o. b. Factory Lowest Prices Ever Quoted on Them It has always been the policy of Hart-Parr Company to price their tractors at cost of production plus a fair and reasonable profit. They. did. not waver from thispolicy during the war, the increase bein about 14 per cent which you will admit is Very small. Hence who ever purchased a Hart-Parr tractor may feel that he his full money's worth.  At the new prices Hart-Parr tractors still remain the biggest tractor value on the market. They give you a bigger day's work for a greater number of days at less cost for labor, depre" ciation, fuel and upkeep. . .............. :.: Crop Assurance The more acres tilled in a season and the better the yield per acre, the less will be the cost per bushel. Work done at the right time, better plowing and big volume of work per man are principles more impor- tant than selling price. The former you can control--the price you cannot always control. The greatest advantage of a Hart-Parr tractor is not that it w|l[4replace a certain number of horses on the average farm, but the fact that it enables you to get your crop in at the r time and in the proper .manner no matter how hot the weather, how hard the ground o how thick the flies. It never gets tired. It is as efficient the last hour of the day as the first nour and if you are rushed for time it ill work day and night. ;'. Write for lterature or come and see us. at ALVAH I. MATTHEWS We Carry Anything in the Line HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is tae place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and wiU give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. FOR THE KITCHEN A great deal of the wh ness of foods depends upon Utensils" in which they are pared. We have just the kind ery housewife will be pleased including Aluminum, Granite Iron ware--also the popular Glassware. Bring your Heating and Plumbing Problems to Us J. D. ROSS & COMP