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PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, O 1 CORRELL NEWS l Kathryn Fruetel visited in town Monday. Mrs. Lena Barr was taken suddenly" ill Tuesday night. Lynn Woods was a business caller in Appleton Tuesday. The Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. C. Bottge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall visited relatives in Correll Sunday. Mrs. A. A. DeWall visited relatives near Pleasant Valley Monday. Mr. Charles Hudson was a business caller in Ortonville Wednesday. Miss Preston and Miss Lindquist visited in Appleton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wendt visited at the Mike Luchsinger home Sunday Miss Hamilton and Miss Lind(mist were passengers to Appleton FAday. H. H. DeWall and Mrs. A. A. De- Wall motored to Ortonville Wednes- da..y. Lester Rose and Verren Bottge motored to Appleton Satmday after- noon. A. A. DeWaH was a business caller in Sioux Falls for a few days this week. An Armistice pro,gram was given at the school gymnasmm Friday night by the pupils of the High School. A number of young people from here went to 0rtonville Saturday night where they took in a Red Cross pagant. e winters skating seaso opened here Tuesday ight when a crowd of young folks went to Barr&apos;s lake on a skating party. P. D. Vaughan, L. I. Woods and G. Hudson represented Corre]l Thursday at a meeting of, the Yellow Stone Trail Association at Olivia. A surprise party was given for Mr. Ed. Birk Tuesday evening. A num- ber of friends were askel in and every- one spent a pleasant evening. The Seventh and Eighth grade pu- pils gave a farewell party for Ger- trude Dew who is leaving school as her parents are moving near Apple- ton. Sunday school is to be held at ten o'clock this week and church services at eleven o'clock, as Rev. Agte is to take part in evening services at Yellow BanL - FOSTER @ Wallace Rossenlund is again chief assistant at Ben Stegner's farm. Albert Jessup disposed of a team of horses to Abel Eastman this week. E. C. Blackmun, of Beardsley, was a business visitor in this locality last Tuesday. Frank Bower returned from a trip to North Dakota and northern points last Wednesday. B. T. Stallman purchased a straw- pile from Ray Stegner and hauled the same home last Tuesday. Mrs. Ray Stegner is spending a few days visiting at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Scholberg. Bob Jennings* left for Minneapolis Tuesday, where he intends to visit for a time and possibly stay the winter. Abel Eastman drove to Joe Sehol- berg's last Tuesday and brought home a fine milk cow which he had purchas- eel a short time previously. Joseph and Arthur Scholberg were in this neighborhood Friday looking over some cattle. They visited the Ben Stegner home in the afternoon. The next meeting of the Stephne Ladies' Aid will be with Mrs. A. J. Lawrence on Thursday, the 17th. Ev- eryone is cordially invited to attend. There was a sawing bee at Ray , Stegner's Tuesday afternoon. A large pile of logs was sawed into stove wood Lunch was served after the business 8eSSiOh Mrs. Eli Stotesbury underwent an operation for the removal of the ton- sils, at Clinton, last week. She re- turned home Sunday and is feeling very well. Lee Bower, Les Hastings, and Levi and Victor Eastman went rabbit hunt- ing near Kenyon's Creek one day the first of the week and succeeded in bag- ging twenty-four cottontails. i i Clear Havana Most men enjoy the cool richness of clear Havana Tobacco, but to give the greatest enjoyment p r o p e r blending and shaping are very important. - Consona 10c Cigars are all hand shaped and thoroly cured, in- suring a wonderfully satisfying smoke. TRY ONE TODAY C. C. Murphy Cigar Maker t t LL L ,,, . .. JJ.. The Sunnyside Farmers' Club held a meeting at the schoolhouse Friday evening. After a short program a box supper was served, the proceeds, ,13.10, being for the benefit of the Dowling Memorial Fund. A large number of people from this neighborhood attended the play, "Dea- con Dubbs," given by the August Althiede Post of the American Le- gion at the Bec.rdsley town hall on the evening of Armistice Day. The play was given in a very spirited man- ner and v-eil merited the enthusiastic applause given by the audience. 4* i SCHOOL NOTES I The Disarmament Conference. We, as an American people are priv- ileged to observe one of the greatest reconstruction periods in all history. Just at present delegates from all the nations are gathered at Washing- ton to discuss plans for nation-wide disarmament. The conference opened at 10:34, No- vember 12, On that day Secretary Hughes was nominated permanent chairman. Several other things were accomplished the first day, among them being the proposal of a naval holiday for the duration of ten years. During this intervening period the countries of the world should build no battle ships. Furthermore all ships should be scrapped, leaving eighteen ships for the U. S., twenty- two for England and ten for Japan. The English have practically accepted this plan and the approval of Japan is held to be certain. Everyone should show at least a general interest in this greatest of all conferences of History. The Modern History Class is study- ing plans of the Disarmament Con- i ference this week with a great deal of Zeal. They are keeping up with the topics of greatest importance to- day. Amelia Brom,merich enrolled in the Junior Class Monday morning. According to chemistry pupils, Mr. Stegner is giving some rather "deep" lessons.  Leo Hennessay returned to school Tuesday morning after several days absence. The Girls Glee Clubs are now prac- ticing for the Cantata "The Rose Maiden," to be given in the spring. The public speaking class is pre- paring for the declamatory contest which is to be held in the near fu- ture. Monday morning a mehtal test was given which was the second of its kind to be given in this high i school. Several school children took part! in the pageant, "The Red Cross of Peace" which was given Saturday. i Remember the Red Cross Roll Call. The Senior English I class have had some good drill in debating this past week. A great deal of interest and enjoyment in this type of English has been evinced. This week's Literary Digest is taken up entirely with .the discussion of the Disarmament Conference at Washing- ton. Why not get one for present and future reference ? CAUTIONCommereial Law stu- dents must "watch their step" in the future. A committee has been ap- pointed to watch the students, pick out the culprits, and serve a warrant. None of the students fare for the culprits part of the case. Monday morning Professor Snesrud announced that the pupils will, in the future, he prohibited from talking in the halls, while passing to classes. Any person not heeding these rules h Thanksgiving Remembrance If of Jewelry it will be most appreciated a n d longest remembered. Our stock abounds with splendid suggestions. Cold Meat Forks ................ $2.00 Gravy Ladles ...................... 1.75 Jelly Knife .......................... 2.00 Child's Knife ald Fork ...... 1.75 PALM THE JEWELER Less Profit I I Illl I I I and more customers--that's the big idea. We give you the benefit of our c a r e f u I buying-- good, clean, new stock. Patronize Holman's Rexall Drug Store for real savings. Druggists' Sundries High Grade Candies Cigars and Cigarettes Manicure Sets in Rolls Guaranteed Rubber Goods Drugs and Reliable Medicines Redipoint andjEversharp Pencils Conklin and Mooe Fountain Pens Toilet Goods and Whi Ivory Goods Kodak Albums and Correspondence Cases Large line of Books, Stationery, Leather Goods, Holiday Greeting Cards, Etc. Plan for Christmas now. Our assortments will be complete. You will profit by coming early. Christmas Cards, Seals, Booklets, Etc. (3olumbia Phonographs & Records now in stock. Make your selections now. will be sent to the assembly room and given a zero for the class recitation missed. All pupils were instructed to read up on the Disarmament Conference, The Armistice Day Celebration, and the Legion Convention at Kansas City, Missouri. They were to be able to re- port on them at the first of the week. All these topics are of vital impor- tance today. The Northwestern Hide & Fur Co., of Minneapolis, Minnesota, have just issued their Annual Circular and Trap- pcrs Catalog. Both contain much val- uable information pertaining to the Domestic and Wild animals and their hides and skins, with complete price list. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House at all hours. They're delicious. WILL SELL PHON, The K. A. Hohnan Rexall Store will feature Celumbia graphs and records, and The Columbia line of records is especially good, will now be able to buy the and late records in member the place, Store. Order Your Turkey Now Not only will you find our prices the lowest but the quality of our Turkeys the best. Freshly killed, dry picked, spring Turkeys  the kind that, roasted to a turn, will nearly melt in your mouth. The Very Best in GEESE, DUCKS and CHICKENS at the Lowest Prices. Come in and Look Over our Choice BEEF, PORK and VEAL You will readily see we are serving you the best in this line. Pioneer Meat Market J. J. Dann, Proprietor Dress-Up Week .... at t i The New Style Shop N times like these when the call for lower prices has tempted many to reduce their quality standards, we have remained Steadfast to our policy of sell- ing nothing but the best 00ociety Wranb 00[othe00 We have lowered our" prices, yes, but not our quality. We Offer for "Dress-Up Week" ending November 24 25 Discount on all $otiety lratth tnthe incl u d i n g our new fall and winter stock. The balance of our Husking Mit- tens at a Discount of 25% Leather Chopper Mitts, regu- lar price $1.25. Special at.. 68c SAVE---Select your Winter Suit now while our offer last SS K. A. HOLMAN, Druggist The NEW STYLE SHOP Rexall Drug Store E.B. PERSSON, Proprietor Ortonville, MinW Ortonville, Minn. i /!i PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, O 1 CORRELL NEWS l Kathryn Fruetel visited in town Monday. Mrs. Lena Barr was taken suddenly" ill Tuesday night. Lynn Woods was a business caller in Appleton Tuesday. The Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. C. Bottge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall visited relatives in Correll Sunday. Mrs. A. A. DeWall visited relatives near Pleasant Valley Monday. Mr. Charles Hudson was a business caller in Ortonville Wednesday. Miss Preston and Miss Lindquist visited in Appleton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wendt visited at the Mike Luchsinger home Sunday Miss Hamilton and Miss Lind(mist were passengers to Appleton FAday. H. H. DeWall and Mrs. A. A. De- Wall motored to Ortonville Wednes- da..y. Lester Rose and Verren Bottge motored to Appleton Satmday after- noon. A. A. DeWaH was a business caller in Sioux Falls for a few days this week. An Armistice pro,gram was given at the school gymnasmm Friday night by the pupils of the High School. A number of young people from here went to 0rtonville Saturday night where they took in a Red Cross pagant. e winters skating seaso opened here Tuesday ight when a crowd of young folks went to Barr's lake on a skating party. P. D. Vaughan, L. I. Woods and G. Hudson represented Corre]l Thursday at a meeting of, the Yellow Stone Trail Association at Olivia. A surprise party was given for Mr. Ed. Birk Tuesday evening. A num- ber of friends were askel in and every- one spent a pleasant evening. The Seventh and Eighth grade pu- pils gave a farewell party for Ger- trude Dew who is leaving school as her parents are moving near Apple- ton. Sunday school is to be held at ten o'clock this week and church services at eleven o'clock, as Rev. Agte is to take part in evening services at Yellow BanL - FOSTER @ Wallace Rossenlund is again chief assistant at Ben Stegner's farm. Albert Jessup disposed of a team of horses to Abel Eastman this week. E. C. Blackmun, of Beardsley, was a business visitor in this locality last Tuesday. Frank Bower returned from a trip to North Dakota and northern points last Wednesday. B. T. Stallman purchased a straw- pile from Ray Stegner and hauled the same home last Tuesday. Mrs. Ray Stegner is spending a few days visiting at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Scholberg. Bob Jennings* left for Minneapolis Tuesday, where he intends to visit for a time and possibly stay the winter. Abel Eastman drove to Joe Sehol- berg's last Tuesday and brought home a fine milk cow which he had purchas- eel a short time previously. Joseph and Arthur Scholberg were in this neighborhood Friday looking over some cattle. They visited the Ben Stegner home in the afternoon. The next meeting of the Stephne Ladies' Aid will be with Mrs. A. J. Lawrence on Thursday, the 17th. Ev- eryone is cordially invited to attend. There was a sawing bee at Ray , Stegner's Tuesday afternoon. A large pile of logs was sawed into stove wood Lunch was served after the business 8eSSiOh Mrs. Eli Stotesbury underwent an operation for the removal of the ton- sils, at Clinton, last week. She re- turned home Sunday and is feeling very well. Lee Bower, Les Hastings, and Levi and Victor Eastman went rabbit hunt- ing near Kenyon's Creek one day the first of the week and succeeded in bag- ging twenty-four cottontails. i i Clear Havana Most men enjoy the cool richness of clear Havana Tobacco, but to give the greatest enjoyment p r o p e r blending and shaping are very important. - Consona 10c Cigars are all hand shaped and thoroly cured, in- suring a wonderfully satisfying smoke. TRY ONE TODAY C. C. Murphy Cigar Maker t t LL L ,,, . .. JJ.. The Sunnyside Farmers' Club held a meeting at the schoolhouse Friday evening. After a short program a box supper was served, the proceeds, ,13.10, being for the benefit of the Dowling Memorial Fund. A large number of people from this neighborhood attended the play, "Dea- con Dubbs," given by the August Althiede Post of the American Le- gion at the Bec.rdsley town hall on the evening of Armistice Day. The play was given in a very spirited man- ner and v-eil merited the enthusiastic applause given by the audience. 4* i SCHOOL NOTES I The Disarmament Conference. We, as an American people are priv- ileged to observe one of the greatest reconstruction periods in all history. Just at present delegates from all the nations are gathered at Washing- ton to discuss plans for nation-wide disarmament. The conference opened at 10:34, No- vember 12, On that day Secretary Hughes was nominated permanent chairman. Several other things were accomplished the first day, among them being the proposal of a naval holiday for the duration of ten years. During this intervening period the countries of the world should build no battle ships. Furthermore all ships should be scrapped, leaving eighteen ships for the U. S., twenty- two for England and ten for Japan. The English have practically accepted this plan and the approval of Japan is held to be certain. Everyone should show at least a general interest in this greatest of all conferences of History. The Modern History Class is study- ing plans of the Disarmament Con- i ference this week with a great deal of Zeal. They are keeping up with the topics of greatest importance to- day. Amelia Brom,merich enrolled in the Junior Class Monday morning. According to chemistry pupils, Mr. Stegner is giving some rather "deep" lessons.  Leo Hennessay returned to school Tuesday morning after several days absence. The Girls Glee Clubs are now prac- ticing for the Cantata "The Rose Maiden," to be given in the spring. The public speaking class is pre- paring for the declamatory contest which is to be held in the near fu- ture. Monday morning a mehtal test was given which was the second of its kind to be given in this high i school. Several school children took part! in the pageant, "The Red Cross of Peace" which was given Saturday. i Remember the Red Cross Roll Call. The Senior English I class have had some good drill in debating this past week. A great deal of interest and enjoyment in this type of English has been evinced. This week's Literary Digest is taken up entirely with .the discussion of the Disarmament Conference at Washing- ton. Why not get one for present and future reference ? CAUTIONCommereial Law stu- dents must "watch their step" in the future. A committee has been ap- pointed to watch the students, pick out the culprits, and serve a warrant. None of the students fare for the culprits part of the case. Monday morning Professor Snesrud announced that the pupils will, in the future, he prohibited from talking in the halls, while passing to classes. Any person not heeding these rules h Thanksgiving Remembrance If of Jewelry it will be most appreciated a n d longest remembered. Our stock abounds with splendid suggestions. Cold Meat Forks ................ $2.00 Gravy Ladles ...................... 1.75 Jelly Knife .......................... 2.00 Child's Knife ald Fork ...... 1.75 PALM THE JEWELER Less Profit I I Illl I I I and more customers--that's the big idea. We give you the benefit of our c a r e f u I buying-- good, clean, new stock. Patronize Holman's Rexall Drug Store for real savings. Druggists' Sundries High Grade Candies Cigars and Cigarettes Manicure Sets in Rolls Guaranteed Rubber Goods Drugs and Reliable Medicines Redipoint andjEversharp Pencils Conklin and Mooe Fountain Pens Toilet Goods and Whi Ivory Goods Kodak Albums and Correspondence Cases Large line of Books, Stationery, Leather Goods, Holiday Greeting Cards, Etc. Plan for Christmas now. Our assortments will be complete. You will profit by coming early. Christmas Cards, Seals, Booklets, Etc. (3olumbia Phonographs & Records now in stock. Make your selections now. will be sent to the assembly room and given a zero for the class recitation missed. All pupils were instructed to read up on the Disarmament Conference, The Armistice Day Celebration, and the Legion Convention at Kansas City, Missouri. They were to be able to re- port on them at the first of the week. All these topics are of vital impor- tance today. The Northwestern Hide & Fur Co., of Minneapolis, Minnesota, have just issued their Annual Circular and Trap- pcrs Catalog. Both contain much val- uable information pertaining to the Domestic and Wild animals and their hides and skins, with complete price list. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House at all hours. They're delicious. WILL SELL PHON, The K. A. Hohnan Rexall Store will feature Celumbia graphs and records, and The Columbia line of records is especially good, will now be able to buy the and late records in member the place, Store. Order Your Turkey Now Not only will you find our prices the lowest but the quality of our Turkeys the best. Freshly killed, dry picked, spring Turkeys  the kind that, roasted to a turn, will nearly melt in your mouth. The Very Best in GEESE, DUCKS and CHICKENS at the Lowest Prices. Come in and Look Over our Choice BEEF, PORK and VEAL You will readily see we are serving you the best in this line. Pioneer Meat Market J. J. Dann, Proprietor Dress-Up Week .... at t i The New Style Shop N times like these when the call for lower prices has tempted many to reduce their quality standards, we have remained Steadfast to our policy of sell- ing nothing but the best 00ociety Wranb 00[othe00 We have lowered our" prices, yes, but not our quality. We Offer for "Dress-Up Week" ending November 24 25 Discount on all $otiety lratth tnthe incl u d i n g our new fall and winter stock. The balance of our Husking Mit- tens at a Discount of 25% Leather Chopper Mitts, regu- lar price $1.25. Special at.. 68c SAVE---Select your Winter Suit now while our offer last SS K. A. HOLMAN, Druggist The NEW STYLE SHOP Rexall Drug Store E.B. PERSSON, Proprietor Ortonville, MinW Ortonville, Minn. i /!i PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPKNDENr THURSDAY, NOVEMBER i The Snnyde Faers  C ub hoJd | CORRELL NEWS [[ a mtig at the scoomoose Friday evening. I After a shod program a box Kathr Fruetel visited in townlsupper was seined, the pceed$, Mend&y, I Mrs. Lena Ba was taken udden y lit Tuesday night Lynn Woods was a business caller in Appleton Tuesday. The Ladie Aid met at the home of Mrs. C. Bottge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall vialled latlves in Correll Sunday. M. A. A. DeWall visited Iativ near Pleasant Valley Monday. Mr. Charles Hudson was a busine ca]let ]n Ortonlle Wednesday, Miss Preston and Miss ladquist isitad in Apgieton Sunday enag. Mr. d M. Robert Wendt vsited at the Mle Lhslnger home Suady Hiss Hamilton and Miss Linduist were passenge to Appleton F.lday H. H DeWaR and M. A. A. De- Wall motored to Ortonl Wvdnes- da.ster Ro ar Vaan Bottg mc4d to Appletma llatu.day after. noo A. A. DeWall was a busirss lte. in Sioax Folio for a few days thim weeg Aa Arndatiee p gram w give at the hl gymntma ICrlday nigi by the pupil6 of the High SchOol. A nmber of young people frol here  to Ortonsflle Saturda Jght where they took in a Red Crol t. lmawinters skating sn  opened her Tuesday eight when a ewd ot folks wet to Ba'a take on a tlng m rty. P. D. xaugh, L L Woods and  Hmison pnbed Cecil Thursda at a meeting of. the Yellow Ston Trail Asiatlon at OIia. A srpse party w given for Mr gal. ]irk Tuesday evening. A hum- Or of friends were askel In and every. spent a gieant evening. The Seventh and Eighth grade pu. plla gave a fawetl party for Ger. tde n who is leaving hool  her parents are moving near Apple. ton. Sunday school is to be hed at ten o'ek this wk and hu ie at eleven o'ek,  Roy. Agt is to take part in ening services a Yellow Bk. - Wallace Rosnlur] is again e}deJ assistant at Ben stegner's f. Albert Jsup disposed of te ef horses to Abel Eastman this week. E. C. ]hkmun, of Beardsley, was a business visitor in this lality last Tuesday. Fray& Bower reted from a rip to North Dakota and northern points last Wednesday. pile from Ray Stegner and hauled the e home ast Tuesday. Mr& Ray Stegn is spending a few days 4ting cats. Mr. d  O. P. Scholberg. Bob Jeardnge.left for Minouolis Tuesday, a time and psibly stay the winter. Abel Eastman drove to Joe berg's last Tuesday d baght hem g flxm milk vow which he had prchas- ed a short time pviously. Joph Ln this neighborhood Friday llng ever come cattle. They visited the en Stegner ho in the aftoon. The nxt meeting of the Stephno> Ladies' Aid will be wth Mrs. A. J. Lance an Thsday, the 17th. Ev- eryone is cordially invited to atend. The was a sadng bee at Ray . Stegaor' Tuesday aften. A large pile of logs was sawed into stove wood Lunch was rved after the business Mrs. Eli Stotesbury operation il, at CIinton, last week. She turned horse Sunday and is feeling very well. L Bower, Los Hngs, and Levi ng ne Kenyon's Creek one day the glng twenty-four cottontails. $13.10, being for the benefit of the Dowling Memorial Fund. A }arge number of pple fm th]a neighborhood attended the play, "Dea- con Dubhs," given by the Aumt Althiede pest of the Amerln be glen at the Beardsley town hall on the evening of Armistice Day. The play was giver, in a very plrited man- ner d ,.'o1 merited the ethusistle applause gin by the adien. I SCHOOL NOTES [ The Dirmam.nt Cefereu. We.  an Amen people a priv- iteged to obese one f the reatt cotruetion period in all hitory. Sut at pent delegates m all the tio are gathered at Whing-- ton to dis pl for nation-wlde dlaament. Tlm nfence opened at 1:34, No- vember 12. On that day Seeletar Hushes was ominated psent chairs. Several other things we accomplished the flt day, among them being the proposal of a naval holiday for the duration of tern years. During this intening period the ties of the world should build no battle ships. Frtbeo ships should be rap pped, 1earl eighteen ships for the US., tnl two for England and ten for Japan The Engsh have ptletly aept this pin and the appl of Japa is held to be eertal Eryone should show at let a gael interest in this greatest of all confounds of History. The Mnde History Class is study- ing plans of the Disaament Con- Clear Havana Most men enjoy the cool richness of clear Havana Tobacco, but to give the greatest enjoyment p r o p e r blending and shaping are very important. - Consona 10c Cigars are an hand shaped and thoroly cured, in- suring a wonderfully satisfying smoke. TRY ONE TODAY c. c. 00ur00hy Cigar Maker ferenee this wk with a great deal room and! The Northwestern Hide & Fur Co., of Zeal. They are keeping up with given a zero for the elass rectationiof M],meapolis, Mi.neta, have just; The I<. A. HoIman the togics of greatest importance to- missed. . . isu he r Annna C reu ar and Trap tore will feature Columbi day. All pupds yore l,,steted to read ps Ca a og Be h eonta n much val- I graph an eords and aet$ , e, the Dlsaament Conferen, I m tan today, at all hours. They're delicious. Store. ' e ,rmistee Day Celebration, and uahe lnfnrmat,o pertaining t the The Coh, mb,a hne of mht Amelia Brnmmerich enlled in he Jegion Conve o a Kansas C ty, omstlc and. Wild ammals and their le,'ds s especially good, Junior Class Monday morning. Aording to chemistry pugi]s, iir Missouri. They were to he abe to - ides and skins, with complete price will now be able to buy tegner is giving some rather "dp" pert on them at the first of the week. list. " and late rords ia All these togies are of vital impo WAFFLES Served at the Pie nou member the place lesns Tuesday morning after severaI days abnee. The G "Is Glee Clubs a  now )- tieing for the Cantata "The Rose Maiden," to be given in the splSng. The public speaking class is pr paring for the delatory contest which is to be held in the near fu- ta. Monday moing a mental speed tet was given which w the sound of its kind to be given in this high school. Sevl hl children took part i the pageant, "The ld Cross of Peace" which wu given Saturday. Pmetaher the Red Cross Roll Pall. me goes chit It A ret deal enjoyment m this type of lgngiih h been evinced. This wk's Liter nly Digest is taken up eutlly with the discussion nf the Diment Confen at Washing- ton. Why nnt ,ge, t one for pent d future refe. CAUTIONmrdal Law stl- den mt "watch their stelas " in the future. A committee has n ap- poiated to watch the stodent pick ou the euls0rits, d  e  vsr None of the students far /or eulprlts prt of the st. Monday motng Professor Snesrud noeed that the pupils will, in the futu, be prohibited from talking in the halts, wlfil pasdag to elL Ay lrn not heeding these ies Less Profit and more customers--that's the big idea. We give you the benefit of our e a r e f u I baying-- good, clean, new stock. Patronize Holman's Rexall Drug Store for real savings. Druggists' Sundries High Grade Candies Cigars and Cigarettas Manicure Sets in Rolls Guaranteed Rubber Goods Drugs and Reliable Medicines Redipoint andEversharp Pencils Conklln and Moore Fountain Pens Toilet Goods and Whirl IvOry Goods Kodak Albums and Correspondence Cases Large line of Books, Stationery, Leather Goods, Holiday Greeting Cards, Etc. Plan for Christmas now. Our assortments will be complete. You will profit by coming early. Christmas Cards, Seals, Booklets, Etc. , olnmbia Phonographs & Records 1 now in stock. Make your selections now. K. A. HOLMAN, Druggist Rexan Drug Stare Or tonvlne, Minn. Order Your Turkey Now Not only will you find our prices the lowest but the quality of our Turkeys the best. Freshly killed, dry picked, spring Turkeys--the kind that, roasted to a turn, will nearly melt in your mouth. The Very Best in GEESE, DUCKS and CHICKENS at the Lowest Prices. Come in and Look Over our Choice BEEF, PORK and VEAL You will readily see we are serving you the best in this line. Pioneer Meat Market J. J. Dann, Proprietor Dress-Up Week - - at - The New Style Shop IN times like these when the call for lower prices has tempted many to reduce their quality standards, we have remained steadfast to our policy of sell- ing nothing but the best-- @ocity ran Ioth " We have lowered our' prices, yes, but not our quality. We Offer for "Dress-Up Week" ending November-24 2  Discount on all .cirtB "Yrauh l,thea including our new far and winter stock. Leather Chopper Mitts, regu- The balance of our Husking Mit- lar price $1.25. Special at.. 68c tens at a Discount of 25% SAVE---Select your Wiuter Suit now while our offer lasts The NEW STYLE SHOP: E. ]5. PERSSON, Proprietor Ortonville, Mh:i PAGE 2 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, O 1 CORRELL NEWS l Kathryn Fruetel visited in town Monday. Mrs. Lena Barr was taken suddenly" ill Tuesday night. Lynn Woods was a business caller in Appleton Tuesday. The Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. C. Bottge Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. DeWall visited relatives in Correll Sunday. Mrs. A. A. DeWall visited relatives near Pleasant Valley Monday. Mr. Charles Hudson was a business caller in Ortonville Wednesday. Miss Preston and Miss Lindquist visited in Appleton Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wendt visited at the Mike Luchsinger home Sunday Miss Hamilton and Miss Lind(mist were passengers to Appleton FAday. H. H. DeWall and Mrs. A. A. De- Wall motored to Ortonville Wednes- da..y. Lester Rose and Verren Bottge motored to Appleton Satmday after- noon. A. A. DeWaH was a business caller in Sioux Falls for a few days this week. An Armistice pro,gram was given at the school gymnasmm Friday night by the pupils of the High School. A number of young people from here went to 0rtonville Saturday night where they took in a Red Cross pagant. e winters skating seaso opened here Tuesday ight when a crowd of young folks went to Barr's lake on a skating party. P. D. Vaughan, L. I. Woods and G. Hudson represented Corre]l Thursday at a meeting of, the Yellow Stone Trail Association at Olivia. A surprise party was given for Mr. Ed. Birk Tuesday evening. A num- ber of friends were askel in and every- one spent a pleasant evening. The Seventh and Eighth grade pu- pils gave a farewell party for Ger- trude Dew who is leaving school as her parents are moving near Apple- ton. Sunday school is to be held at ten o'clock this week and church services at eleven o'clock, as Rev. Agte is to take part in evening services at Yellow BanL - FOSTER @ Wallace Rossenlund is again chief assistant at Ben Stegner's farm. Albert Jessup disposed of a team of horses to Abel Eastman this week. E. C. Blackmun, of Beardsley, was a business visitor in this locality last Tuesday. Frank Bower returned from a trip to North Dakota and northern points last Wednesday. B. T. Stallman purchased a straw- pile from Ray Stegner and hauled the same home last Tuesday. Mrs. Ray Stegner is spending a few days visiting at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Scholberg. Bob Jennings* left for Minneapolis Tuesday, where he intends to visit for a time and possibly stay the winter. Abel Eastman drove to Joe Sehol- berg's last Tuesday and brought home a fine milk cow which he had purchas- eel a short time previously. Joseph and Arthur Scholberg were in this neighborhood Friday looking over some cattle. They visited the Ben Stegner home in the afternoon. The next meeting of the Stephne Ladies' Aid will be with Mrs. A. J. Lawrence on Thursday, the 17th. Ev- eryone is cordially invited to attend. There was a sawing bee at Ray , Stegner's Tuesday afternoon. A large pile of logs was sawed into stove wood Lunch was served after the business 8eSSiOh Mrs. Eli Stotesbury underwent an operation for the removal of the ton- sils, at Clinton, last week. She re- turned home Sunday and is feeling very well. Lee Bower, Les Hastings, and Levi and Victor Eastman went rabbit hunt- ing near Kenyon's Creek one day the first of the week and succeeded in bag- ging twenty-four cottontails. i i Clear Havana Most men enjoy the cool richness of clear Havana Tobacco, but to give the greatest enjoyment p r o p e r blending and shaping are very important. - Consona 10c Cigars are all hand shaped and thoroly cured, in- suring a wonderfully satisfying smoke. TRY ONE TODAY C. C. Murphy Cigar Maker t t LL L ,,, . .. JJ.. The Sunnyside Farmers' Club held a meeting at the schoolhouse Friday evening. After a short program a box supper was served, the proceeds, ,13.10, being for the benefit of the Dowling Memorial Fund. A large number of people from this neighborhood attended the play, "Dea- con Dubbs," given by the August Althiede Post of the American Le- gion at the Bec.rdsley town hall on the evening of Armistice Day. The play was given in a very spirited man- ner and v-eil merited the enthusiastic applause given by the audience. 4* i SCHOOL NOTES I The Disarmament Conference. We, as an American people are priv- ileged to observe one of the greatest reconstruction periods in all history. Just at present delegates from all the nations are gathered at Washing- ton to discuss plans for nation-wide disarmament. The conference opened at 10:34, No- vember 12, On that day Secretary Hughes was nominated permanent chairman. Several other things were accomplished the first day, among them being the proposal of a naval holiday for the duration of ten years. During this intervening period the countries of the world should build no battle ships. Furthermore all ships should be scrapped, leaving eighteen ships for the U. S., twenty- two for England and ten for Japan. The English have practically accepted this plan and the approval of Japan is held to be certain. Everyone should show at least a general interest in this greatest of all conferences of History. The Modern History Class is study- ing plans of the Disarmament Con- i ference this week with a great deal of Zeal. They are keeping up with the topics of greatest importance to- day. Amelia Brom,merich enrolled in the Junior Class Monday morning. According to chemistry pupils, Mr. Stegner is giving some rather "deep" lessons.  Leo Hennessay returned to school Tuesday morning after several days absence. The Girls Glee Clubs are now prac- ticing for the Cantata "The Rose Maiden," to be given in the spring. The public speaking class is pre- paring for the declamatory contest which is to be held in the near fu- ture. Monday morning a mehtal test was given which was the second of its kind to be given in this high i school. Several school children took part! in the pageant, "The Red Cross of Peace" which was given Saturday. i Remember the Red Cross Roll Call. The Senior English I class have had some good drill in debating this past week. A great deal of interest and enjoyment in this type of English has been evinced. This week's Literary Digest is taken up entirely with .the discussion of the Disarmament Conference at Washing- ton. Why not get one for present and future reference ? CAUTIONCommereial Law stu- dents must "watch their step" in the future. A committee has been ap- pointed to watch the students, pick out the culprits, and serve a warrant. None of the students fare for the culprits part of the case. Monday morning Professor Snesrud announced that the pupils will, in the future, he prohibited from talking in the halls, while passing to classes. Any person not heeding these rules h Thanksgiving Remembrance If of Jewelry it will be most appreciated a n d longest remembered. Our stock abounds with splendid suggestions. 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Make your selections now. will be sent to the assembly room and given a zero for the class recitation missed. All pupils were instructed to read up on the Disarmament Conference, The Armistice Day Celebration, and the Legion Convention at Kansas City, Missouri. They were to be able to re- port on them at the first of the week. All these topics are of vital impor- tance today. The Northwestern Hide & Fur Co., of Minneapolis, Minnesota, have just issued their Annual Circular and Trap- pcrs Catalog. Both contain much val- uable information pertaining to the Domestic and Wild animals and their hides and skins, with complete price list. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House at all hours. They're delicious. WILL SELL PHON, The K. A. Hohnan Rexall Store will feature Celumbia graphs and records, and The Columbia line of records is especially good, will now be able to buy the and late records in member the place, Store. 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Special at.. 68c SAVE---Select your Winter Suit now while our offer last SS K. A. HOLMAN, Druggist The NEW STYLE SHOP Rexall Drug Store E.B. PERSSON, Proprietor Ortonville, MinW Ortonville, Minn. i /!i