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NOVEMBER 17, 1921 0rtonville Independent EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. Kaercher, President Harris, Vice-president L. E. Lundgren, Secreta Walter Dinnell, Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Walter Dinnell John Kaereher 01son L.E. IJundgren Grace F. Kaercher A. B. Kaereher Kaereher o Managing Editor as second-class matter 1920, at the post office it Minn., under the Act of 8, 1879. $2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application Advt. Representative. SELECT LIST. Bank, - St. Paul St., - - Minneapolis Advertising Represen-- ta tive-' PRESS ASSOCIATION I FARMERS GET. a plate of corn cakes in a or third class restaurant, takes of corn at the market price. a bushel of oats to buy a of coffee. It takes a ton of for a room without a bath hotel. 20 carloads of corn to pay and a plow of the cheap-! 100 bushels of corn to of low-cut shoe as advertised a Kansas City clothing store, Will take 1,000 pounds of calf pay for that same pair of buy a cheap pair of cotton socks, a bushel of corn and to treat a an ice cream soda costs anoto h- )ers Weekly. Prior, formerly division super- of the H. & D. division of and St. P. Ry., passed away hospital last Sunday at the advanced age of 88 years. of the old settlers along the will remember him. It is by some that Prior township after him..George Kline, of Big Stone City, thru him with him secured the contracts for the original of most of the Jim Valley and the town sites. . Wells is making ood best writer in the world. Should miss reading his ac- the World's Arms Congress. rather an outline of what and the people of the do. His writing reflects of a profound thinker, and a man of great wide experience, and deep, sympathies. and extravagance has the world to the very brink of utter collapse. Construction only will restore it to a existanee. narrow, selfish, destructive brutal patriotism must and forever discarded for constructive, christian A patriotism that builds, and lets live." BOXES MUST BE RIGHT SIDE OF ROAD to a recent ruling of the department at Washington, i boxes must be placed on the of the highway by Novem- is made to assist the making more prompt de- avoiding the danger of left hand" side of the face of heavy traffic. if the carrier travels mail boxes must be on the of the road, regardless of patron resides on that side of the highway. If east the boxes must new line of NTON SSES will be during OVernber. bther Silk Dresses be selling below in and see Bargains. Gay Shop be on the south side of the road; if he travels south the mail receptacles must be on the west side; and if he travels west the boxes must be on the ,,orth side The order further specifies that pa- trons must place the boxes so that the carriers can reach them without driving over ditches or thru places where there is danger of their vehicles becoming mired or lodged in wet weather. The mail boxes should beplaced close to the edge of the road, and not near the patron's fence, and the approach to the box should be fiat and not slanting, so as to elimin- ate the danger of skidding into a ail box with automobiles in muddy weath- el'. All mail boxes must have lids on them so they can be closed easily ia order to protect the mail matter TIIE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ]]lg her every happiness. Dr. Dunn ]ms visited in Red Wing on several occasions. He has a large chiropractic practice at Ortonville. Dr. Dunn and his wife will enjoy a wedding .trip to California and other points on the Pacific coast. They will be at home after January 15 at Orton- ville. The St. Paul Daily News comments as follows, under the caption "No Place for Cupid": "The Chiropractic office of Othilia H. Schaub, who was married this morning, will be closed." against inclement weather. The neg- Rev. Arnold Nelson officiating. 1+  t; .... l , .... th  atron li Miss Cynthia Stotesbury, sister of   " "'" '"  " - the " .............  groom acted as bridesmaid and ame to msconunuance ot mini aenv- A t" 74  r nut L, usaIson, cousin of the bride, cry service, as.best man. - , [ After the ceremony a six o'clock ----=------]dinner was served to immediate tel [ WEDDING  atives at thehome of the bride. About fl thirty 'young folks gathered at the Dunn-Sehuab. x Gustafson home later in the evening and serenaded the newly weds They (The Republican, Red Wing) " - . Stotesbury.Gusta fson. On Wednesday evening of last week the marriage of Miss Della E. Gustaf- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gustafson and Leslie B. Stotesbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stotesbury, both of Prior, occured at the Swedish Lutheran parsonage at Ortonville, were served with cake and coffee candy and cigars. These young people will be at home to their many friends on a farm in Prior township. ! Donate to Shrine of Honor. The following is a list of the school children of District No. 13, who do- nated to the All-American Shrine of Honor to be erected at the village of Belleau, France: Freda Jorgenson, Ida Dorff, Melba, Gladys, Alice, Bayard, and Verde Sor- enson, Myrtle, Leah and Loyis Han- son, Hilda, Ethel, Alvera, Albin and Linas Swenson, Ingrid Jorgenson, May and Mora Jelivey, Clara and Clarence Waehter. Belleau is a French village on the outskirts of which the American Forces first went into action in France, at the famous battle of Belleau Woods, where the Germans were routed by the first attack of the U. S. Marines. Belleau Woods is only about three Miss Othilia H. Schaub of this city and Dr. Frank W. Dunn of Ortonville were united in marriage at Vermil- lion this morning at eight o'clock. The ceremony, which took place in the Catholic church there, was per- formed by Rev. Father A. Kassen. couple were attended by Miss Plato of Superior, Wis., and Dr. R. H. Hyezda of this city. The bride was attired in a suit of brown marvilla cloth, trimmed in beaver and with a hat to match. Her corsage bouquet was of Ward roses. Miss Plato wore a blue suit, trimmed with squirrel and hat to match and her corsage bouquet was made up of Ophelia roses. Preceding the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Catholid parish house, This was attended by members of the bridal party and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bovey of this city. Last evening a pre-nuptial dinner, was ten- dered the bride and groom and their attmtants by Rev. Father Kasson at the parih house. ,- The bride has been a resident of] Red Wing for the past three years, I having successfully followed her pro- fession, that of Chiropractor, with of-I rices in the Goodhue County National I bank building. She came here from her home at Mitchell, S. D., and has been active in church, musical and so- cial circles, having been one of the hardest working members of both the Civic Music league and John Ireland club. She is a talented reader and has appeared in several home talent productions. Many friends will re- gret her departure from Red Wing but will join The Republican in wish- i F miles distant from Chauteau Thierry,+ the scene of American victory over the ] Gemnan troops, in one of the rues I terrible battles of the world war. The Shrine of Honor is to be erected in honor of the American soldiers, who died in battle at Belleau Wood. When Little Falls Legionaires had fixed up cozy clubrooms and let it be known that good books would be wel- come, a citizen promptly donated a fifteen volume library. At Wells, Min- nesota, the village council voted the use of a large room for a meeting place and clubroom. LOCAL MARKET. Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern Spring, No.  1 .......... $1.05 FJax .......................................... 1.49 Oats ......................................... 20 Rye ............................................. 55 Corn ......................... : ................. 29 Barley ......................................... 32 ,Tracy-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1 ............................ 22c Geese ............................................ 10e Ducks ............................................ 14c Springs ........................................ 9c Old Roosters .............................. 5c Hens, general run ...................... 11c Eggs .............................................. 50 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ...................................... 40 However, the office never gets left when it starts out to seek the man. i i i Belva Kaercher T TEACHER O PIANO AND HARMONY Ortonvill Minn. @ Thanksgiving Poultry Choice young Birds, freshly dressed, com- prise our [offering for your Thanksgiving Dinner. To insure receiving the size you prefer, phone us your order now and we will reserve it, delivering whenever you desire. We have Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Chickens at lowest prices. Ludefisk, per lb ......................... 10c Oysters, per quart ...................... 90e Spare Ribs, per lb ..................... 20c Half or whole Hog, per lb ......... 10e Beef, front quarters, per lb ....... 0Be Beef, hind quarters, per lb ....... 12c -0rt0nville Meat Market LUNSTROM & GEISEL, Props. o o .... The PIE HOUSE - ' C.E. BEARD, Proprietor ........... New Low Price Menu ...... _ - The following is a new low price schedule which we in- augurated some time ago and which we herewith submit to the public This includes Home C.king, Home Baking, Sil p,a00 and First-Clas Servke. New ver 0000,iSH00S giving Sliced DillPiektes ............ 10 Sliced Onions ................... 10 for Thanks FRUITS ..... Bananas with Cream ...... 20 Orange, sliced .............  ...... 15 Sauce .................................. 10 Sauce and Cake ................ 20 Want to make your wife ' TOASTS . -" Dry Toast. ........................ 15 Wheat Cakes .................. 15 happy? Then give her some Buttered -l')ast .................. 15 French Toast .................... 2.5 Bread and Milk ............... i5 Milk Toast ..................... 20 new Silver Plate for Thanks- - Waffles .............................. ]5 Bread an.t hai-and-ha'f. 25 CEaEALS glVlng. Corn llake , ...................... 15 Puffed Wheat .................... 15 v  Grape Nuts ....................... 15 Shredded Wheat ................ 15 There is nothing that will EGGS, OME'00ETS, ETC. please her mOre, and the 2 Eggs, fried, boil.d or Cheese Omelet .................. 35 scrambled .......... : ............. 15 Omelet ...................... entire family will enjoy the 2 Poached on Toast ............ 30 Bacon Omelet .................... 35 Poached on Toast .......... 35 Bread, Butter and Coffee, Thanksgiving Dinner wit h Plain Omelet ...................... 25 10 Cents extra. OUR SPECIAL LUNCHEON SERVICE added rehsh. Soup .................................... 10 Hot Meat Sandwich, with po- Plate Dinner, including meat, tatoes affd gravy ...... ,.. 20 and potatoes, bread, butter Hot Meat Sandwich, with and coffee ..................... 30 gravy .............................. 15 SOUP TO ORDER Vegetable ............................ 20 Tomato ................................ 20 Chile Con Carne .............. 20 Oxtail .................................. 20 VEGETAIES TO ORDER Peas, stewed ...................... 15 Tomato, stewed ............... 15 Corn, stewed ........ : ............. 15 Kidney Beans, stewed ...... 15 STEAKS, CHOPS, ETC. Plain Steak ........................ 45 Ham and Eggs .................. 50 T Bone Steak .................... 70 Bacon and Eggs .: .............. 50 Hamburger ........................ 45 Fried Ham .......................... 45 Pork Chops ........................ 45 Fried Bacon ........................ 45 Smothered in Onions, 1 nts Bread, butter, potatoes and extra. " ' coffee served. SANDWICHES Egg ...................................... 10 Denver ................................ 20 Cheese ................................ 10 Ham and Egg .................... 20 Cohl Meat .......................... 15 Ham .................................... 10 Hamburger ........................ 15 Fried Ham .......................... 15 PASTRYAll Home Baked Pie ....................................... : 10 Boston Cream Pie ............ 15 Cake .................................... 10 Cup Cakes, 3 for .............. 10 Cookies, 2 for .................... 05 Doughnuts, 3 for .............. 10 Bread and Butter .............. 05 BEV ERAGES C(fffee ................................. 05 Milk .................................... 05 Tea, per pot ...................... 05 Cocoa .................................. 05 | Roger Bros. 1847 Knives and Forks .... $6.75 Community Tea Spoons ........................ 3.75 Tea Sets, quadruple plate, 4 piedes .... 17.50 Berry Spoons ............................................ 2.75 pALM The Jeweler \\;\%- NOVEMBER 17, 1921 0rtonville Independent EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. Kaercher, President Harris, Vice-president L. E. Lundgren, Secreta Walter Dinnell, Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Walter Dinnell John Kaereher 01son L.E. IJundgren Grace F. Kaercher A. B. Kaereher Kaereher o Managing Editor as second-class matter 1920, at the post office it Minn., under the Act of 8, 1879. $2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application Advt. Representative. SELECT LIST. Bank, - St. Paul St., - - Minneapolis Advertising Represen-- ta tive-' PRESS ASSOCIATION I FARMERS GET. a plate of corn cakes in a or third class restaurant, takes of corn at the market price. a bushel of oats to buy a of coffee. It takes a ton of for a room without a bath hotel. 20 carloads of corn to pay and a plow of the cheap-! 100 bushels of corn to of low-cut shoe as advertised a Kansas City clothing store, Will take 1,000 pounds of calf pay for that same pair of buy a cheap pair of cotton socks, a bushel of corn and to treat a an ice cream soda costs anoto h- )ers Weekly. Prior, formerly division super- of the H. & D. division of and St. P. Ry., passed away hospital last Sunday at the advanced age of 88 years. of the old settlers along the will remember him. It is by some that Prior township after him..George Kline, of Big Stone City, thru him with him secured the contracts for the original of most of the Jim Valley and the town sites. . Wells is making ood best writer in the world. Should miss reading his ac- the World's Arms Congress. rather an outline of what and the people of the do. His writing reflects of a profound thinker, and a man of great wide experience, and deep, sympathies. and extravagance has the world to the very brink of utter collapse. Construction only will restore it to a existanee. narrow, selfish, destructive brutal patriotism must and forever discarded for constructive, christian A patriotism that builds, and lets live." BOXES MUST BE RIGHT SIDE OF ROAD to a recent ruling of the department at Washington, i boxes must be placed on the of the highway by Novem- is made to assist the making more prompt de- avoiding the danger of left hand" side of the face of heavy traffic. if the carrier travels mail boxes must be on the of the road, regardless of patron resides on that side of the highway. If east the boxes must new line of NTON SSES will be during OVernber. bther Silk Dresses be selling below in and see Bargains. Gay Shop be on the south side of the road; if he travels south the mail receptacles must be on the west side; and if he travels west the boxes must be on the ,,orth side The order further specifies that pa- trons must place the boxes so that the carriers can reach them without driving over ditches or thru places where there is danger of their vehicles becoming mired or lodged in wet weather. The mail boxes should beplaced close to the edge of the road, and not near the patron's fence, and the approach to the box should be fiat and not slanting, so as to elimin- ate the danger of skidding into a ail box with automobiles in muddy weath- el'. All mail boxes must have lids on them so they can be closed easily ia order to protect the mail matter TIIE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ]]lg her every happiness. Dr. Dunn ]ms visited in Red Wing on several occasions. He has a large chiropractic practice at Ortonville. Dr. Dunn and his wife will enjoy a wedding .trip to California and other points on the Pacific coast. They will be at home after January 15 at Orton- ville. The St. Paul Daily News comments as follows, under the caption "No Place for Cupid": "The Chiropractic office of Othilia H. Schaub, who was married this morning, will be closed." against inclement weather. The neg- Rev. Arnold Nelson officiating. 1+  t; .... l , .... th  atron li Miss Cynthia Stotesbury, sister of   " "'" '"  " - the " .............  groom acted as bridesmaid and ame to msconunuance ot mini aenv- A t" 74  r nut L, usaIson, cousin of the bride, cry service, as.best man. - , [ After the ceremony a six o'clock ----=------]dinner was served to immediate tel [ WEDDING  atives at thehome of the bride. About fl thirty 'young folks gathered at the Dunn-Sehuab. x Gustafson home later in the evening and serenaded the newly weds They (The Republican, Red Wing) " - . Stotesbury.Gusta fson. On Wednesday evening of last week the marriage of Miss Della E. Gustaf- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gustafson and Leslie B. Stotesbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stotesbury, both of Prior, occured at the Swedish Lutheran parsonage at Ortonville, were served with cake and coffee candy and cigars. These young people will be at home to their many friends on a farm in Prior township. ! Donate to Shrine of Honor. The following is a list of the school children of District No. 13, who do- nated to the All-American Shrine of Honor to be erected at the village of Belleau, France: Freda Jorgenson, Ida Dorff, Melba, Gladys, Alice, Bayard, and Verde Sor- enson, Myrtle, Leah and Loyis Han- son, Hilda, Ethel, Alvera, Albin and Linas Swenson, Ingrid Jorgenson, May and Mora Jelivey, Clara and Clarence Waehter. Belleau is a French village on the outskirts of which the American Forces first went into action in France, at the famous battle of Belleau Woods, where the Germans were routed by the first attack of the U. S. Marines. Belleau Woods is only about three Miss Othilia H. Schaub of this city and Dr. Frank W. Dunn of Ortonville were united in marriage at Vermil- lion this morning at eight o'clock. The ceremony, which took place in the Catholic church there, was per- formed by Rev. Father A. Kassen. couple were attended by Miss Plato of Superior, Wis., and Dr. R. H. Hyezda of this city. The bride was attired in a suit of brown marvilla cloth, trimmed in beaver and with a hat to match. Her corsage bouquet was of Ward roses. Miss Plato wore a blue suit, trimmed with squirrel and hat to match and her corsage bouquet was made up of Ophelia roses. Preceding the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Catholid parish house, This was attended by members of the bridal party and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bovey of this city. Last evening a pre-nuptial dinner, was ten- dered the bride and groom and their attmtants by Rev. Father Kasson at the parih house. ,- The bride has been a resident of] Red Wing for the past three years, I having successfully followed her pro- fession, that of Chiropractor, with of-I rices in the Goodhue County National I bank building. She came here from her home at Mitchell, S. D., and has been active in church, musical and so- cial circles, having been one of the hardest working members of both the Civic Music league and John Ireland club. She is a talented reader and has appeared in several home talent productions. Many friends will re- gret her departure from Red Wing but will join The Republican in wish- i F miles distant from Chauteau Thierry,+ the scene of American victory over the ] Gemnan troops, in one of the rues I terrible battles of the world war. The Shrine of Honor is to be erected in honor of the American soldiers, who died in battle at Belleau Wood. When Little Falls Legionaires had fixed up cozy clubrooms and let it be known that good books would be wel- come, a citizen promptly donated a fifteen volume library. At Wells, Min- nesota, the village council voted the use of a large room for a meeting place and clubroom. LOCAL MARKET. Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern Spring, No.  1 .......... $1.05 FJax .......................................... 1.49 Oats ......................................... 20 Rye ............................................. 55 Corn ......................... : ................. 29 Barley ......................................... 32 ,Tracy-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1 ............................ 22c Geese ............................................ 10e Ducks ............................................ 14c Springs ........................................ 9c Old Roosters .............................. 5c Hens, general run ...................... 11c Eggs .............................................. 50 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ...................................... 40 However, the office never gets left when it starts out to seek the man. i i i Belva Kaercher T TEACHER O PIANO AND HARMONY Ortonvill Minn. @ Thanksgiving Poultry Choice young Birds, freshly dressed, com- prise our [offering for your Thanksgiving Dinner. To insure receiving the size you prefer, phone us your order now and we will reserve it, delivering whenever you desire. We have Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Chickens at lowest prices. Ludefisk, per lb ......................... 10c Oysters, per quart ...................... 90e Spare Ribs, per lb ..................... 20c Half or whole Hog, per lb ......... 10e Beef, front quarters, per lb ....... 0Be Beef, hind quarters, per lb ....... 12c -0rt0nville Meat Market LUNSTROM & GEISEL, Props. o o .... The PIE HOUSE - ' C.E. BEARD, Proprietor ........... New Low Price Menu ...... _ - The following is a new low price schedule which we in- augurated some time ago and which we herewith submit to the public This includes Home C.king, Home Baking, Sil p,a00 and First-Clas Servke. New ver 0000,iSH00S giving Sliced DillPiektes ............ 10 Sliced Onions ................... 10 for Thanks FRUITS ..... Bananas with Cream ...... 20 Orange, sliced .............  ...... 15 Sauce .................................. 10 Sauce and Cake ................ 20 Want to make your wife ' TOASTS . -" Dry Toast. ........................ 15 Wheat Cakes .................. 15 happy? Then give her some Buttered -l')ast .................. 15 French Toast .................... 2.5 Bread and Milk ............... i5 Milk Toast ..................... 20 new Silver Plate for Thanks- - Waffles .............................. ]5 Bread an.t hai-and-ha'f. 25 CEaEALS glVlng. Corn llake , ...................... 15 Puffed Wheat .................... 15 v  Grape Nuts ....................... 15 Shredded Wheat ................ 15 There is nothing that will EGGS, OME'00ETS, ETC. please her mOre, and the 2 Eggs, fried, boil.d or Cheese Omelet .................. 35 scrambled .......... : ............. 15 Omelet ...................... entire family will enjoy the 2 Poached on Toast ............ 30 Bacon Omelet .................... 35 Poached on Toast .......... 35 Bread, Butter and Coffee, Thanksgiving Dinner wit h Plain Omelet ...................... 25 10 Cents extra. OUR SPECIAL LUNCHEON SERVICE added rehsh. Soup .................................... 10 Hot Meat Sandwich, with po- Plate Dinner, including meat, tatoes affd gravy ...... ,.. 20 and potatoes, bread, butter Hot Meat Sandwich, with and coffee ..................... 30 gravy .............................. 15 SOUP TO ORDER Vegetable ............................ 20 Tomato ................................ 20 Chile Con Carne .............. 20 Oxtail .................................. 20 VEGETAIES TO ORDER Peas, stewed ...................... 15 Tomato, stewed ............... 15 Corn, stewed ........ : ............. 15 Kidney Beans, stewed ...... 15 STEAKS, CHOPS, ETC. Plain Steak ........................ 45 Ham and Eggs .................. 50 T Bone Steak .................... 70 Bacon and Eggs .: .............. 50 Hamburger ........................ 45 Fried Ham .......................... 45 Pork Chops ........................ 45 Fried Bacon ........................ 45 Smothered in Onions, 1 nts Bread, butter, potatoes and extra. " ' coffee served. SANDWICHES Egg ...................................... 10 Denver ................................ 20 Cheese ................................ 10 Ham and Egg .................... 20 Cohl Meat .......................... 15 Ham .................................... 10 Hamburger ........................ 15 Fried Ham .......................... 15 PASTRYAll Home Baked Pie ....................................... : 10 Boston Cream Pie ............ 15 Cake .................................... 10 Cup Cakes, 3 for .............. 10 Cookies, 2 for .................... 05 Doughnuts, 3 for .............. 10 Bread and Butter .............. 05 BEV ERAGES C(fffee ................................. 05 Milk .................................... 05 Tea, per pot ...................... 05 Cocoa .................................. 05 | Roger Bros. 1847 Knives and Forks .... $6.75 Community Tea Spoons ........................ 3.75 Tea Sets, quadruple plate, 4 piedes .... 17.50 Berry Spoons ............................................ 2.75 pALM The Jeweler \\;\%- NOVEMBER 17, 1921 Drtonville Independent EVERY THURSDAY by the g Co. President t Harris, Vice.prmfidmt Ldgre Secret WJter Dhlnell, IOARD OF DIREffI'OP Walter Die John Kaeher L. E. hundgren Grace  Kaeher  B. Kaerehe IttQreb . Mnaglagr at the poat omee kt der e Act el 18", on Applitien Representative. LIST. - - St. Patti . - - Minneapoli FARMERS GET. third class el of eo at the market pri, I ,F ,ate to buy a It take a ton o Kansas City clothing aare pouads of pay for that stone a daeap pair of cotton sks an ice c soda costa anoth division super St. P. Ry., passed awa of the old ,g the George Z of Big Stone City, thin him th him ed the t4 most of the Jim vane t the town sites, WeBs is making writer in the should mss readng hs - [ the an outlhae the people cf a profound thinker, grit and deep, ha " bnnk 4 utter collap. Ly only arrow, selfish, destetive patriotism mut b and forever diarded fol deparhment at Wash ngton boxes mt he placed on the made to prompt de- avoMing the danger o the left hand'sido of the e fete of heavy traflk. e mail boxe must be cn the " the ad, gardlee patr sldes 61de of the hfghway. new line of will be ale during Silk Dresses selling below in and see Gay Shop THE ORTONVILLE INDBIPENDENT de o the road; ,fl,g her eery happhtesa, miles distant from Chauteau Thien.y, ,e mail receptacles Dr Dunn las visited iJ Red Wing the scene of Area'lean v c err over the must be on the west side; m,d if he on everal occasions HC has a large German tronp, in one of the moo tlaveIs west the boxes must be on the chiropractic practice at Ortollville. The order further specifies that pa- wedding trip to Califoia )rth sde, Dr. I)unn and his wife will enjoy a The Shrine of Honor is to be erected trons must place the boxes the carriers n l,i driving over ditches or thru places there is danger of their becoming mred or lodged be placed close to the edge of the road, mtron's fen, and the appach to the box should be in honor of the American soldiers, who points on the Pacific coast, They will he at home after January 15 at Orton- vi . Iehe St. Paul Daily New comments When Little Falls Legionais had fixed up cozy clubo and let t be as follows, under the ption "No known that good books would be wel- Place for Cupid": "The Chiropractic come, a citizen promptly doated a omce of Othilia I. Schaub, At WeIla, Min- -- neta, the village council voted the 8totbury-Gustafson.  of a large room for a meeting PAGII Ir LOCAL MARKET. I Eggs ........................................ 5O Farmera Elevator end Fuel Company Ortonille Cmery Northern Sprh,g, No:l . ....$1.05 ' Butterfat ................................... 40 F3ax ................... 1.49 Oats ......... 2O ! However, the omee never gets left Rye ........................ 55 when it start out to seek the  Corn ............. .... 29 [ Turkeys N 1 ............. 2 Be|va Karchr Geese .......................... 0c TEACHER O1 PIANO AND Duok .................... 4e HARMONY Sprng ................. 9 Od Roers ......... c i On bl He genera ra ..........  ate the dger of skidding into a mall er. All mail boxes must have llds on them so they nan be cloed eily Ih order to ptoet the mail matter against inclement weather. The neg- :his order lays the patron li- discontinuance of mail deliv i WEDDINGS Dunn.Schuab. (The Republican, Red Wing) Mss Othiia I. Schaub of this city ld Dr. Frank W. Dunn of Ortonille were unitl in maiage at Veriml Ion h morning at eight o'clock. The cemony, which took place i,, the Catholic ehuh there, was per- by Rev. Father A. both of Prior, occult Lutheran parsonage at Ortenvillo Rev. Arnold Nelson ocating. Miss Cynthia Stotesbury. sister of the groom actl as rklesmad and : bride, man. After the cemeny a six n'cleck thirty young folks gathered at th Gustfsnn home ater n he even newly weds. The wme served with cake and coffee, candy and c gars The young people will be at home to ther mav f end on a fal in ior townhJp / Donate to Shrine of ltonor. qhe following s a Ist of the schl On WedneSday evening of last week PI wd lubnm. the marrlag .... daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. ]HHI[mlH[H[l]Hml]ll[l[l][H[[]lllll[llH][HlIH[l]luH[llllln[l[lll[lllll][lHlHl][ll[ III Gustafson and Leslie B.  i Th "'gPo y anksglvm ultr  Choice young Birds, freshly dressed, com- - N prise our ,%ffenng  for N _ your Thanksgiving - Thg e0uple were attended by bllas All A "ca13'S whn hrl do- Margat plato of Superior Wis and H - mop ne of Dr. R. H. Hyezda of tbls city. onor to be erected at the village of The bride was attid in a suit of Belleau, F: beaver and with a hat to match. Her G adys. Alice, Bayard and Verda S brown malvilla cloth, trimmed in Freda Jorgenn, Ida Doff, Melb corsage bouquet was of Ward ros.]enson, Myrtle, Leah and Leyls H- t tr An H'Id Ethel Alvera Abn MmsPatoabluosel, immed ., ' a, . , with equlrl and hat to teh andl Lmas Swen9, Ingrid Jorgenn, Ma her mage bouquet was made up of and Morn Jebvey, Clara and Clanc Ophelia ses. Wachter. Preceding the ceremony a wedding Belleau is a Fnch village on th breakfast was seed at the Catholic outskirts of which the Amerloan parish house. This w attend by Forsfirstwentintotlon in Fran members o the bridal party and Mr. at the famo battle of BeUeau Weeds, and M. J, J. Bovey of this clty. Laa where the Germans re Muted by evening a p-nuptal dlnne s ten- the first attack of the U. S. Marines. attedantSthededpahthC bridehoue.bY Rev.andFathergrm Kasnand theirat . Betleau Woods is only about the. [ The bride has been a Red Wing for the past three years: having successfully followed her p. fesslon, that of Chipractor, with of- the Goodhue County Natial bank building. She canoe here from her home at Mithell, S.D., r. ga and ciles, having been one ; Receivers Civic Music 1 lub. She is a t.leotd ader and has appeared in several home talent rodutions. Many friends will - are{ her deparur from Red Wing but will join The Republican in wish- Dinner. ' " - whenever you desi'e. - 0rt0nville The PIE HOUSE ' C.E. BEARD, Proprietor New Low Price Menu The following is a new low price hedue which we tn- augttated m@ time ago and which we herewith sbmit to the publi Is inclod Home Cking, Home Baking, and Fi t oC Im'r v it  RELISHES Sliced Dill Pickles .......... i0 Slid Onions ................... 10 FRUITS -. Bat,an with Cam ..... 20 Omnge aliced ............. ..... 15 SUee ................................. 10 Sauce d Cake ................ 20 TOASTS Dry Toast ................... 15 Wheat Cake ......... 15 Butteled Tnast . 15 French "Poaqt .......... 2'5 Rad and Milk ...... i5 Milk Toast 20 Waffles ............................. 5 Bsd md half-aud ha'f. 25 CEREALS Corn l,'IMes ............... 15 Puled Wheat ............. 15 Grape Nuts ...................... 15 Shdded Wheat ....... 15 EGGS. OMELETS, ETC. 2 ggs, fried, boiled o, Chse Omelet ........... 35 scrambled .......... ............. 15 Ha Omelet ..... 5 2 pobed on Tot ............ 3O Bon Omelet ................. 35 poohed on Tst .......... 35 Bad. Butter and Coffee, Plai n Omelet ................... 25 IO Cents o OUR SPECIAL LUNCHEON SERVI(YE Soup ........................ 10 Hot Meat Sandwich, with p- Plate Dinner, including moat, tatnes an gravy .......... 20 and potatoes, bad, butter Hot Meat Sandwich, with and eoff ..................... 30 gravy .......................... 15 SOUP TO ORDER VegetaMe .......................... 20 Tomato ................................ 20 Chile Con Carne .............. 20 Oxtail .............................. 20 VEGafAIlLES TO ORDER Ps, stewed .................... 15 Tomato, stewed ............ 1 Co, stowed . .= ............. 1 Kidney Bns, stewed ..... 15 STEAKS, CHOPS, ETC. PlJn Steak ................. 45 Ham d E,gg ........... 50 T Bone Steak ....... 70 Ran and gags ................ 50 Hamburger .......... 45 Fried Ilam ........................ 45 Pork CLops ..................... 45 Fried Bacon ........................ 45 Smothered in Onions, 15 cent Bad, butter, potatoes d ext.. " coffee sed. SANDWICHES Egg .................................. 10 Denver ............................ 20 Cheese ................................ i0 Ham and Egg ......... 20 Cokl Meat ............. 15 Ham ..................... 10 Hamburger .................... 15 Fried Ham ......................... 15 pASTRy--All Home Baked Pie ........................ : 10 Boston Cream Pie 15 Cake ........................... 10 Cup Cakes, 3 for lO Coees, 2 fo 05 Doughnuts,  for. . lO Bread and Butter .... 05 BE'* ERAGES Coffee ..... 05 Milk Tea. per pot ....... 05 Plate for ThanksgiVing pALM NOVEMBER 17, 1921 0rtonville Independent EVERY THURSDAY by the & Merchants Printing Co. Kaercher, President Harris, Vice-president L. E. Lundgren, Secreta Walter Dinnell, Treasurer BOARD OF DIRECTORS Walter Dinnell John Kaereher 01son L.E. IJundgren Grace F. Kaercher A. B. Kaereher Kaereher o Managing Editor as second-class matter 1920, at the post office it Minn., under the Act of 8, 1879. $2.00 PER YEAR Rates on Application Advt. Representative. SELECT LIST. Bank, - St. Paul St., - - Minneapolis Advertising Represen-- ta tive-' PRESS ASSOCIATION I FARMERS GET. a plate of corn cakes in a or third class restaurant, takes of corn at the market price. a bushel of oats to buy a of coffee. It takes a ton of for a room without a bath hotel. 20 carloads of corn to pay and a plow of the cheap-! 100 bushels of corn to of low-cut shoe as advertised a Kansas City clothing store, Will take 1,000 pounds of calf pay for that same pair of buy a cheap pair of cotton socks, a bushel of corn and to treat a an ice cream soda costs anoto h- )ers Weekly. Prior, formerly division super- of the H. & D. division of and St. P. Ry., passed away hospital last Sunday at the advanced age of 88 years. of the old settlers along the will remember him. It is by some that Prior township after him..George Kline, of Big Stone City, thru him with him secured the contracts for the original of most of the Jim Valley and the town sites. . Wells is making ood best writer in the world. Should miss reading his ac- the World's Arms Congress. rather an outline of what and the people of the do. His writing reflects of a profound thinker, and a man of great wide experience, and deep, sympathies. and extravagance has the world to the very brink of utter collapse. Construction only will restore it to a existanee. narrow, selfish, destructive brutal patriotism must and forever discarded for constructive, christian A patriotism that builds, and lets live." BOXES MUST BE RIGHT SIDE OF ROAD to a recent ruling of the department at Washington, i boxes must be placed on the of the highway by Novem- is made to assist the making more prompt de- avoiding the danger of left hand" side of the face of heavy traffic. if the carrier travels mail boxes must be on the of the road, regardless of patron resides on that side of the highway. If east the boxes must new line of NTON SSES will be during OVernber. bther Silk Dresses be selling below in and see Bargains. Gay Shop be on the south side of the road; if he travels south the mail receptacles must be on the west side; and if he travels west the boxes must be on the ,,orth side The order further specifies that pa- trons must place the boxes so that the carriers can reach them without driving over ditches or thru places where there is danger of their vehicles becoming mired or lodged in wet weather. The mail boxes should beplaced close to the edge of the road, and not near the patron's fence, and the approach to the box should be fiat and not slanting, so as to elimin- ate the danger of skidding into a ail box with automobiles in muddy weath- el'. All mail boxes must have lids on them so they can be closed easily ia order to protect the mail matter TIIE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ]]lg her every happiness. Dr. Dunn ]ms visited in Red Wing on several occasions. He has a large chiropractic practice at Ortonville. Dr. Dunn and his wife will enjoy a wedding .trip to California and other points on the Pacific coast. They will be at home after January 15 at Orton- ville. The St. Paul Daily News comments as follows, under the caption "No Place for Cupid": "The Chiropractic office of Othilia H. Schaub, who was married this morning, will be closed." against inclement weather. The neg- Rev. Arnold Nelson officiating. 1+  t; .... l , .... th  atron li Miss Cynthia Stotesbury, sister of   " "'" '"  " - the " .............  groom acted as bridesmaid and ame to msconunuance ot mini aenv- A t" 74  r nut L, usaIson, cousin of the bride, cry service, as.best man. - , [ After the ceremony a six o'clock ----=------]dinner was served to immediate tel [ WEDDING  atives at thehome of the bride. About fl thirty 'young folks gathered at the Dunn-Sehuab. x Gustafson home later in the evening and serenaded the newly weds They (The Republican, Red Wing) " - . Stotesbury.Gusta fson. On Wednesday evening of last week the marriage of Miss Della E. Gustaf- son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gustafson and Leslie B. Stotesbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stotesbury, both of Prior, occured at the Swedish Lutheran parsonage at Ortonville, were served with cake and coffee candy and cigars. These young people will be at home to their many friends on a farm in Prior township. ! Donate to Shrine of Honor. The following is a list of the school children of District No. 13, who do- nated to the All-American Shrine of Honor to be erected at the village of Belleau, France: Freda Jorgenson, Ida Dorff, Melba, Gladys, Alice, Bayard, and Verde Sor- enson, Myrtle, Leah and Loyis Han- son, Hilda, Ethel, Alvera, Albin and Linas Swenson, Ingrid Jorgenson, May and Mora Jelivey, Clara and Clarence Waehter. Belleau is a French village on the outskirts of which the American Forces first went into action in France, at the famous battle of Belleau Woods, where the Germans were routed by the first attack of the U. S. Marines. Belleau Woods is only about three Miss Othilia H. Schaub of this city and Dr. Frank W. Dunn of Ortonville were united in marriage at Vermil- lion this morning at eight o'clock. The ceremony, which took place in the Catholic church there, was per- formed by Rev. Father A. Kassen. couple were attended by Miss Plato of Superior, Wis., and Dr. R. H. Hyezda of this city. The bride was attired in a suit of brown marvilla cloth, trimmed in beaver and with a hat to match. Her corsage bouquet was of Ward roses. Miss Plato wore a blue suit, trimmed with squirrel and hat to match and her corsage bouquet was made up of Ophelia roses. Preceding the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Catholid parish house, This was attended by members of the bridal party and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bovey of this city. Last evening a pre-nuptial dinner, was ten- dered the bride and groom and their attmtants by Rev. Father Kasson at the parih house. ,- The bride has been a resident of] Red Wing for the past three years, I having successfully followed her pro- fession, that of Chiropractor, with of-I rices in the Goodhue County National I bank building. She came here from her home at Mitchell, S. D., and has been active in church, musical and so- cial circles, having been one of the hardest working members of both the Civic Music league and John Ireland club. She is a talented reader and has appeared in several home talent productions. Many friends will re- gret her departure from Red Wing but will join The Republican in wish- i F miles distant from Chauteau Thierry,+ the scene of American victory over the ] Gemnan troops, in one of the rues I terrible battles of the world war. The Shrine of Honor is to be erected in honor of the American soldiers, who died in battle at Belleau Wood. When Little Falls Legionaires had fixed up cozy clubrooms and let it be known that good books would be wel- come, a citizen promptly donated a fifteen volume library. At Wells, Min- nesota, the village council voted the use of a large room for a meeting place and clubroom. LOCAL MARKET. Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern Spring, No.  1 .......... $1.05 FJax .......................................... 1.49 Oats ......................................... 20 Rye ............................................. 55 Corn ......................... : ................. 29 Barley ......................................... 32 ,Tracy-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1 ............................ 22c Geese ............................................ 10e Ducks ............................................ 14c Springs ........................................ 9c Old Roosters .............................. 5c Hens, general run ...................... 11c Eggs .............................................. 50 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ...................................... 40 However, the office never gets left when it starts out to seek the man. i i i Belva Kaercher T TEACHER O PIANO AND HARMONY Ortonvill Minn. @ Thanksgiving Poultry Choice young Birds, freshly dressed, com- prise our [offering for your Thanksgiving Dinner. To insure receiving the size you prefer, phone us your order now and we will reserve it, delivering whenever you desire. We have Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Chickens at lowest prices. Ludefisk, per lb ......................... 10c Oysters, per quart ...................... 90e Spare Ribs, per lb ..................... 20c Half or whole Hog, per lb ......... 10e Beef, front quarters, per lb ....... 0Be Beef, hind quarters, per lb ....... 12c -0rt0nville Meat Market LUNSTROM & GEISEL, Props. o o .... The PIE HOUSE - ' C.E. BEARD, Proprietor ........... New Low Price Menu ...... _ - The following is a new low price schedule which we in- augurated some time ago and which we herewith submit to the public This includes Home C.king, Home Baking, Sil p,a00 and First-Clas Servke. New ver 0000,iSH00S giving Sliced DillPiektes ............ 10 Sliced Onions ................... 10 for Thanks FRUITS ..... Bananas with Cream ...... 20 Orange, sliced .............  ...... 15 Sauce .................................. 10 Sauce and Cake ................ 20 Want to make your wife ' TOASTS . -" Dry Toast. ........................ 15 Wheat Cakes .................. 15 happy? Then give her some Buttered -l')ast .................. 15 French Toast .................... 2.5 Bread and Milk ............... i5 Milk Toast ..................... 20 new Silver Plate for Thanks- - Waffles .............................. ]5 Bread an.t hai-and-ha'f. 25 CEaEALS glVlng. Corn llake , ...................... 15 Puffed Wheat .................... 15 v  Grape Nuts ....................... 15 Shredded Wheat ................ 15 There is nothing that will EGGS, OME'00ETS, ETC. please her mOre, and the 2 Eggs, fried, boil.d or Cheese Omelet .................. 35 scrambled .......... : ............. 15 Omelet ...................... entire family will enjoy the 2 Poached on Toast ............ 30 Bacon Omelet .................... 35 Poached on Toast .......... 35 Bread, Butter and Coffee, Thanksgiving Dinner wit h Plain Omelet ...................... 25 10 Cents extra. OUR SPECIAL LUNCHEON SERVICE added rehsh. Soup .................................... 10 Hot Meat Sandwich, with po- Plate Dinner, including meat, tatoes affd gravy ...... ,.. 20 and potatoes, bread, butter Hot Meat Sandwich, with and coffee ..................... 30 gravy .............................. 15 SOUP TO ORDER Vegetable ............................ 20 Tomato ................................ 20 Chile Con Carne .............. 20 Oxtail .................................. 20 VEGETAIES TO ORDER Peas, stewed ...................... 15 Tomato, stewed ............... 15 Corn, stewed ........ : ............. 15 Kidney Beans, stewed ...... 15 STEAKS, CHOPS, ETC. Plain Steak ........................ 45 Ham and Eggs .................. 50 T Bone Steak .................... 70 Bacon and Eggs .: .............. 50 Hamburger ........................ 45 Fried Ham .......................... 45 Pork Chops ........................ 45 Fried Bacon ........................ 45 Smothered in Onions, 1 nts Bread, butter, potatoes and extra. " ' coffee served. SANDWICHES Egg ...................................... 10 Denver ................................ 20 Cheese ................................ 10 Ham and Egg .................... 20 Cohl Meat .......................... 15 Ham .................................... 10 Hamburger ........................ 15 Fried Ham .......................... 15 PASTRYAll Home Baked Pie ....................................... : 10 Boston Cream Pie ............ 15 Cake .................................... 10 Cup Cakes, 3 for .............. 10 Cookies, 2 for .................... 05 Doughnuts, 3 for .............. 10 Bread and Butter .............. 05 BEV ERAGES C(fffee ................................. 05 Milk .................................... 05 Tea, per pot ...................... 05 Cocoa .................................. 05 | Roger Bros. 1847 Knives and Forks .... $6.75 Community Tea Spoons ........................ 3.75 Tea Sets, quadruple plate, 4 piedes .... 17.50 Berry Spoons ............................................ 2.75 pALM The Jeweler \\%-