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NOVEMBER 17, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE J *! John Witte will move into the mod- IAL, SOCIAL [1 ern bungalow the latter part of this Aklrt TIIT Iq[l I [week which he has just completed vv  Ax.w,J ! ]tacross the road from his present lo- -&apos;------'------ .ication He -ill either sell of lease rtha. Davis ahd Mrs. Freolthe dwelling he now occupies. w -hS(rv,=l= in k enlcOeKani The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid and social----eVening enjoyed. [will hold their annual bazaar Satur- Dme s. ?1 uS'en depttle ni : d:)YectrNi:lemb:/e26c'omnteheci,SamatBa:r ! Thursday of this week.!clck p. m. Lunch will be served. "Laundering" will be dis- ;one invited to attend the sale. of the Child's Welfare hehl at tle home of Mrs. Monday afternoon. A Was served at the close of the Newell of Fruitland, idaho, ',st at the Selon Salls home. He a carload of apples with him are for sale at the Kollitz Mer- Kelly and children are Lt the home of Mrs. Kelly's Guy Carl, at Pargo, N. Sparrow Will visit them period. ttauck of the dry cleaning es- has leased the Charles and will move into the a few clays. Mrs. Hauck at this time. J. Price of Aberdeen, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Charles St. Petersburg, Florida Fri- Mr. Price will join the for the winter. social will be held in Dis- 48, Wednesday, November schoolhouse. Teachers are Ruth Hein and Florence Everybody invited. lnembers of the Women'. Aux- to express their sincere the friends who made dons- for the benefit of the soldiers at Asbury B. R. Karn departed for Chi- and Ontario, Canada, Tuesday He will take in the foot-, between Minnesota and at Ann Arbor, on his way and Mrs..Ed. Persson have the Enquist house and will the same this week. Mrs. will live with her daughter L. Von Eschen during the months. Mrs. G. E. Holmquist en- last Sunday the following and MrOscar Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Sol Gustaf- ily, and Mrs. Leslie arry. a Basket Social and L the Riverbank school, Dis- 22, on Friday evening, No- Schoolhouse is located sotlheast of Odessa. bring trimmed baskets. Maland, teacher. Miller and mother Mrs. left this morning California, tO spend with Mr. an*,Mrs. A. L. Bolsta bei a daughter VanInwegia  Mrs. O. E who has n visiting at hame accompanied them as Paul she resides. of the I. O. O. F. attended the .ary of Almond Lodge Monday evening. two hundred mere- present who enjpye given and the tasty p.arty finished the even- Cards are out announcing the wed- of George Culver and Miss Zola Robertson at Detroit, Michigan, on November 11. Mr. Culver has a splen- did position with the Chalmer Auto- mobile factory at that place The Methodist Ladies Aid will serve a chicken pie supper in the basement of the church and hold their annual [Bazaar'Friday afternoon and evening, i December 9. They extend an invita- tion to all to attend this sale and din- ner. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Olsen returned last Thursday from an auto trip to Sioux Falls, S. D., to attend the wed- ding of" Miss Grace McKinnon, who has visited them here on sevey, al oc- casions, and also to the home of Dr. Olsen at Jackson, Minn. Miss Grace Kaercher gave a ,rniscel- : laneous shower in honor of Mrs. Her- bert McDowell Saturday evening at which about eighteen guests were en- :tertained. Miss Ruby Odney of Ben- !son and Mrs. E.,G. Ahrens of Belling- ham were out-of-town gests. Miss Emma Minder writes from Anahei,m, California that she and her sister are nicely settled in a bungalow recently purchased b.y them, and that the are thoroly enjoying, the west. " - t Her parents and brotherS" of Pla o are also located at that place and will re- main there permanently. Mrs. Snuel Chalman of Minnea- polis suffered a stroke of paralysis the first of the week which completely paralyzed one side and rendering her unconscious. She was stricken while shopping. Last rep Dot rts are that Mrs. Chapman is very seriously ill and is ill in a dazed condition. Recent Subscribers to The IndependenL A. W. oung - John E. Anderson Mrs. M. E. Conley Harry Thompson J. H. Martin C. D. Adotphson C. A: linhart S. M. SWenon F. X. McAtee N. Lindman R. C. Dew D. A. Moore Rev. G E. Zech Peter Johnson Mrs. B. C. Lamont D. D. Merchant Rev. Paul J. Bockoven Fred Grothe L. A. Anderson Dr. E. Ahrens Ralph Johnson S. J, Swenson Mrs. ]. J. Mitchell J. G. Jacobson C. H. Longnecker Gerd Spark Mrs. Jas A. Bailey A. L. Shumaker Q IVE HER 4k PHOTOGRAPH and you gve her a reminder of your love. For a mother old or a mother young, what keepsake could better e-press thoughtfu! affection ? Sentiment ? There's lots of it in such a present and it's the gift she wiI most appreciate. r Your photograph will soTve the problem: " W!at shah I give this Chrisfmas?'" p Special--On all orders far a dozen or more hotogranhs made between November 1 and _Novembe: 19 we will include free ,one Art Craft Leather Easel. Mrs. Earl Stephens writes from t" ' i Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of Fergus[ One ofhe pleasentest features oil Glendale, Cal., that they have changed [ Falls will have something worth while I the great national convention of the their address to 1312 East Wilson St., . American Legion is the happiness of anti are comfortably located in a fur- to tell their children and grandchildren " . " ' l renewmg old friendships among the nished bungalow with a beautiful[in years to come. For Legmnaire An-]bo  who fought together there. view of the mountains, derson took lns sweetheart, Mrs Eve- -  .... . . , .. " - ,. i mencans ar all memoers oi ote lvn rmnson, o ransas bly to be ms Armistice Day edition of the Faribault bride, and they were one of the twen- l Daily News. LeSueur Legionaires ty-four couples for which Kansas City painted the town red, white and blue, puttini,: on a pageant, patriotic exer- ci<zes, tableau, football game, street masquarade dance, and a grand ball and supper. It was a gala day of fun all over Minnesota. The cooties were shaken off Ohl Man Gloom and for at least one day he smiled with joy. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House at all hours Th:y re delicious. Bowling is one of the I healthiest indoor ex- I] ercises. It develops ] the entire body. And the splendid sport and goodfellow- , , ship resulting from a [ game on clean, well [I kept allies such as you II find here area stimu-t[ lant worth while. [ PALACE BILLIARD ill EXCHANGE [[ H. E. Harvey, Prop. 1] Legionaires provided all marriage ar- rangements, including the ring, li- cense, parson, wetldilg supper and a grand military ball, at which Marshall Foch, General Pershing, General Diaz and General Jazques each personally shook the happy couples by the hand and wished them good luck and a long life together Reed Indian Pictures For Christmas Wha$ would make a more ap- prop/,iate, a more tppreciated and more lasting gift than one of these beautiful Indian pictures, They become more valuable each year. Many of them can n'ex be replaced be- cause of the rapid vanishing of many famous characters of the India race. In purchasing one of these pictures ou have a large and complete ,election from which to make your choice. Many bea'utffu;iy finished in sepia and a few choice one in colors. The nictv:es are finished in three sizes, 8x10, llx14, and the folder size which is 16x 20. l To see them is't0 appreciate their benu:v. Call at resi- dence of O. I; Chamberlin ORTONVILL'E. MINN. i II | II I great family. Therefore we shouldl all be buddies. This is one of tlCmie, -- .:ons taught by the enthusiasm of the Kansas City convention of the Le- :ior," declares the Rochester Post- Record. Every home, should have Flow- ers for Thanksgiving. It adds to the festive spirit aod enjoyment of the occasion--and the cost is very moderate if you order from US. Roses Carnations NarcisSus Cyclamen Plants Primula, Plants Ferns Ortonville Green Hohses O. M. OSEN, Proprietor I i i i i i DON'TNISS The NEW ALL-STAR Every Friday Night VAUDEVILLEAT THE 4 Big Acts and Movies O Re [d E U M Adults5Oc and 35c KidslOc A Specials for Holiday Trade Ill [ I . You Can Afford to Furniture forChristmas at such prices as we are ,offering. We quote a few of our special values "  Three Piece Parlor Suite---Heavy quartered" Oak * ' Frame, upholstered. Is A-grade Tapestry. A Bed .Davenport and large reomy Rocker and i !  ( Chair. The three pieces for .................... $135.00 I,  :., ;l A Three Piece Genuine American Walnut Bed i i Room Suite---with Beautiful foul" poster Bed. i Large Dresser and Dressing Thble. The three   : . pices for .................................................... $125.00 i "  ' Large Roomy Over-stugd Rockers--Upholstered ............................ o00  (  " Genuine Leather Rockers--The large comfy sort, " .= l,, at .................................................... $25.00 to $45.00 Iron Beds--Two inch continuous post, in white or vernis martin at ................................................ $13.50 50 pound all cotton Mattress at .................... $9.00 Gray Enamel Sagless Springs at .................. $6.00 Brunswic Phonographs and Records Traveling Bags--from ...................... $4.50 to $25.00 Gold Seal Congoleum Stove Rugs---at ......... $1.20 LIBRARY TABLES in all finishes at..'. ....................... $15.00 to $40.00 I On every Dollar purchase you get a ticket on the Brumswiek Phono- graph, to be given away Dec. 24th. II Dining Room Chairs in sol- id oak with genuine leath- er slip seat at ............ $4.50 KITCHEN CABINETS of reliable ,make all sold at a sharp reduction. You will find our stock large and priced as low or lower than you can buy good Furni- ture for anywhere. Yours for Better Service and Better Mer- chandise, DUOFOLDS--At ........ $38.00 to $60.00 iii "*l i w I The M. M. "Johnson Furniture Company Goods Delivered Free Everywhere Visit Our Gift Shop NOVEMBER 17, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE J SOCIAL T NEWS ITEMS [ 4 'Bertha Davis ahd Mrs. Fred were taken into the Rebekah evening. A lunch was and social eeening enjoyed. Domestic science department of! Cllub will meet with Mrs. Thursday of this week. "Laundering" will be dis- of the.* Child's Welfare held at the home of Mrs. Monday afternoon. A Was served at the close of the Newell of Fruitland, Idaho, at the Selon Salls home. He a carload of apples with him Lore for sale at the Kollitz Mer- Kelly and children are t the home of Mrs. Kelly's Guy Carl, at Fargo, N. Sparrow Will visit them period. ttauck of the dry cleaning es- has leased the Charles and will move into the a few days. Mrs. Hauck at this time. J. Price of Aberdeen, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Charles to St. Petersburg, Florida Fri- Mr. Price will join the for the winter. social will be held in Dis- 48, Wednesday, Noverqberi schoolhouse Teachersre Ruth Hein and Florence .Everybody invited. of the Women's Aux- to express their sincere the friends who made dons- for the benefit of the soldiers at Asbury 1. R. Karn departed for Chi- and Ontario, Canada, Tuesday He will take in the foot- between Minnesota and at Ann Arbor, on his way Mrs. E(t. Persson have Enquist house and will the same this week. Mrs. will live with her daughter L. Von Eschen during the aonths. Mrs. G. E. Holmquist on- last Sunday the following and Mrm Oscar Gustafson Mr. and4\\;Mrs. Sol Gustaf- family, and Mrs. Leslie of Barry. will-be a Basket Social and in the Riverbank school, Dis- 22, on Friday evening, No- Schoolhouse is located soheast of Odessa. bring trimmed baskets Maland, teacher. Miller and mother Mrs. left this morning ro, California, tO spend with Mr. an4,Mrs. A. L. Bolsta-bei a daughter VanImvegi  Mrs. O. E. who has n visiting at r home accompanied them as Paul she resides. of the I. 0. O. F. tges attended the ar of Almond Lodge Monday evening. two hundred mere- present who enjgye given and the tasty finished the even- John Witte will move into the mod- ern bungalow the latter part of this week which he has just completed lacross the road from his present lo- cation. He -ill either sell of lease the dwelling he now occupies. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold their annual bazaar Satur- day, Novembhr 26, in the Sam Barr Electrical store, commencing at two o'clock p. m. Lunch will be served. Everyone invited to attend the sale. Cards are out announcing the wed- ding of George Culver and Miss Zola Robertson at Detroit, Michigan, on November 11. Mr. Culver has a splen- did position with the Chalmer Auto- ,mobile factory at that place. The Methodist Ladies Aid will serve a chicken pie supper in the basement of the church and hold their annual Bazaar'Friday afternoon and evening, December 9. They extend an invita- tion to all to attend this sale and din- ner. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Olsen returned last Thursday from an auto trip to Sioux Falls, S. D., to attend the wed- ding of" Miss Grace McKinnon, who has visited them here on seve,al oc- casions, and also to the home of Dr. Olsen at Jackson, Minn. Miss Grace KRercher gave a ,miscel- laneous shower in honor of Mrs. Her- bert McDowell Saturday evening at which about eighteen guests were en- tertained. Miss Ruby Odney of Ben- son and Mrs. E.,G. Ahrens of Belling- ham were out-of-town guests. Miss Emma Minder writes from Anaheim, California that she and her sister are nicely settled in a bungalow recently purchased by them, and that they are thoroly enjoying, the west. Hel:parents and brotherffof Plato are also located at that place and will re- main there permanently. Mrs. S6anuel Chalman of Minnea- polis suffered a stroke of paralysis the first of the week which completely paralyzed one side and rendering her unconscious. She was stricken while shopping. Last reports are that Mrs. hapman is very seriously ill and is ill in a dazed condition. O Recent Subscribers to The Independent. A. W. oung - John E. Anderson Mrs. M. E. Conley Harry Thompson J. H. Martin C. D. Adotphson C. A: Iinhart S. M. SWenon F. X. McAtee N. Lindman R. C. Dew D. A. Moore Rev. G. E. Zech Peter Johnson Mrs. B. C. Lamont D. D. Merchant Rev. Paul J. Bockoven Fred Grothe L. A. Anderson Dr. E. Ahrens Ralph Johnson S. J, Swenson Mrs. ]. J. Mitchell J. G. Jacobson C. H. Longnecker Gerd Spark Mrs. Jas A. Bailey A. L., Shumaker r IVE HER 4k PHOTOGRAPH and you gve her a reminder of your love. For a : mother old or a mother young, what keepsake could better express thoughtfu! affection ? Sentiment ? There's lots of it in such a present and it's the ift she will most appreciate. Your photograph will soe the problem: " W!t shah 1give this Clwistmas?'" p. Special--On all orders far a dozen or more . hotographs made between November 1 and ovember 19 we will include free ,one Art Craft eather Easel. Mrs. Earl Stephens writes from] Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of Fergus Glendale, Cal, that they have changed ............ in ...... "e " " "" " "" -"' " - "'"1 ,._ ] D.IIS Will nav sometn g VOl'bl'l Wllll znelr aloress o 1612 lasl; Wl son . and are comfortably located in a fur- l to tell their children and grandchildren nished bungalow with a beautiful in years to come. For Legionaire An- view of the nmuntains, derson took his sweetheart, Miss Eve- .  _------  I lvn Hanson, to Kansas City to be his rmistice Day edition of the Faribault lride, and they were one of the twen- Dally News. LeSueur Legionaires, ty-four couples for which Kansas City painted the town red, white and blue,' putting: ou a pageant, patriotic exer- cises, tableau, football game, street masquarade dance, and a grand bail and supper. It was a gala day of fun all over Minnesota. The cooties were shaken oil Old Man Gloom and for at least one day he smiled with joy WAFFLES Served at the Pie House at all hours. They're delicious. I| Bowling is one of the healthiest indoor ex- ercises, It develops the entire body. And the splendid sport and goodfellow- ship resulting from a game on clean, well kept allies such as you find here are. a stimu- I lant worth while. PALACE BILLIARD EXCHANGE H. E. Harvey, Prop. Legionaires provided all marriage ar-[ rangements, including the ring, li- cense, parson, weddilg supper and a grand military ball, at which Marshall Foch, General Pershing, General Diaz and General Jazques each personally l shook the happy couples by the hand and wished them good luck and a long life together. "One of he pleasentest features ot the great national convention of the American Legion is the happiness of renewing old friendships among the bo who fought together there. Americans ar6all members of oe great family. Therefore we shouldi all be buddies. This is one of tleqea- ,:ons taught by the enthusiasm of the Kansas City convention of the Le- .io," declares the Rochester Pot- Record. lm i ii Ill Reed Indian Pictures For Christmas What would make a more ap- prop/date, a more ppreciated and more lasting gift than one of these beautiful Indian pictures, They become more valuable each year. Many of them can nver be replaced be- cause of /he rapid vanishing of many famous characters of the Indian race. Every home, should have Flow- ers for Thanksgiving. It adds to the festive spirit ad enjoyment of the occasion--and the cost is very moderate if you order from US. Chrysanthemums Roses Carnations In purchasing one of these Narcissus': pictures ou have a large i and complete selection from Cyclamen Plants which to make your choice. Many be(utffu;iy finished in Primula, Plants sepia and a few choice one in color. Eerns - The nicttu:e are finished in three sizes, 8xlO, 11x14, and  Ortonville the folder size which is 6x 20. To see them is't0 appreciate Green Hohses their benu:v. Call at resi- dence of 0. I. Chamberlin O.M. OSEN, Proprietor 0RTONVILL. MINN. J[ I II | II I I I I II I I I II H J ] J J JJ V  m o ON T,MISS The NEW ALL STAR Every Friday Ni ,00ht VAUDEVILLE,, THE 4 Big Acts and iviovi O RP H E U M Adults 50c and35c Kids 10 Specials for Holiday Trade II I II I I I I I Illl I II II I. Ill You Can Afford to burr Furniture for Christmas at such prices as we are ,offering. We quote a few of our special values " Brunswic Phonographs and Records Three Piece Parlor Suite---Heavy quartered" Oak" Frame, upholstered. Is A-grade Tapestry. A Bed .Davenport and large roomy Rocker and Chair. The three pieces for .................... $135.00 A Three Piece Genuine American Walnut Bed Room Suite--wi Beautiful four poster Bed. Large Dresser and Dressing Tble. The three pices for ........... : ........................................ $125.00 Large Roomy Over-stugd RoekersUpholstered in Spanish Mule Skin at ........... : ................ $20.00 Genuine Leather Rockers--The large comfy sort, at .................................................... $25.00 to $45.00 Iron Beds--Two inch continuous post, in white or vernis martin at ................................................ $13.50 50 pound all cotton Mattress at .................... $9.00 Gray Enamel Sagless Springs at .................. $6.00 Traveling Bags---from ...................... $4.50 to $25.00 Gold Seal Congoleum Stove Rugs---at ......... $1.20 LIBRARY TABLES in all finishes at..'. ....................... $15.00 to $40.00 IIIIII On every Dollar purchase you get a ticket on the BruRswick Phono- graph, to be given away Dec. 24th. I ill Dining Room Chairs in sol- id oak with genuine leath- er slip seat at ............ $4.50 You will find our stock large and priced as low or lower than you can buy good Furni- ture for anywhere. Yours for Better Service and Better Mer- chandise, i i ii i i i KITCHEN CABINETS of reliable ,make all sold at a sharp reduction. DUOFOLDS--At ........ $38.00 to $60.00 ii The M. M. "Johnson Furniture Company Goods Delivered Free Everywhere Visit Our Gift Shop I m i L 1921 THE ORTONILLE INDEPENDENT PAGR John Witte Mrs ERr S ephens write froml b r and Mrs. Amlerson of Fergusi "erie of he plemaentest features of I gtvat fily. Therefo we shouldl ] j SOCIAL [ ern bungalow the latter part of this G en ale Cal tha hey have changed Fa w have use hlng we th while' e zrea na oaal convention of he all be buddies. Tms is one of tlfeles- D dlW TqrM [ : wk which he h just completed he r adlss o 1312 East W n S ,] mellean Legion is the happines of -ons :aught hv he en has ass of the ........  .....  'tacross the ad from his prent ]o- d f rt [1 ] cartel n a f to tell their eh Idn and grandch dren ' . " an a corn o a, y o x ur-i erw ng o d frmndshtps among the Km City eonvtmn of the Le- nishl bungalow with a beautiful in 2 to come. For Leglonan An ,,  e te r pO k caon. He 'ill either Bell of lease . f th  ...... boys who rough toga her thm.lo+, declares m ! s - dqrtha Davis ahd Mrs. Fred the dwelling he now oupies, " d on t K s wee n i M ve * vxow o e mum1 ms. era oo i. s ea . 1as , Amerea a'eaH members of ole Record. Were taken into the Rebekah uttin .n a pageant, patriotic exer rangements iacluding the ring, li t  . ihmt evenia . A lunch was The Swedish Lutheran La(he Aid -- vn Hann to Kans Cit' to he his Arnniee Da edition of the Faribault bride and they we one of the two. " ........... end cial eening enjoyed, will hoki their annual bazaar Satur mily News. LeSueur Legionais t v for eoup/e for which Kansas City Domestic  enee epa meat of ,lay, Novembhr 26, m the Sam Burr ainted the town d, white aml blue, l'ei,maires provided all mmriage al oran's " lub w II meet w h  rs Electrical store, commenmng at t,e Iais Thursday of this week o'clock P" m. Lunch will he served bject "Laundering" will be dis Evelvcne mvited to attend the sale. lasquarade dance, End a grand ball gland military ball at hich Marsha[T L Cards are out announcing the wed- ting of the. Child's We]fal din of George Cu/ver and Miss Zo/a ml supper. It was a gla day of lvoeb, General Pershing, General Diaz W hehl at the home of Mrs. Robeltson at Detrmt, Mch/gan, on er e shaken off O]d Man Gloom and hook he hap coup e bv he hanOI Shelver Monday zfelnoon. A November 11. Mr. Culvcr has a plen- wag set ,ed a he e o e of the did position with the Cha]mer Auto or at least one day he smiled with[and wished them good luck+and a long Newell of Fruitland Idaho The Method st Ladiem Aid will se,'ve WApF,edghepieHou st at the Salon Sails home He a chicken pie supper in the basement L all hours They're delicious, l tre for sale at the Kollitz Mar- Bazaar Friday afternoon and evening, cmpany. December 9. They extend an in.ira ........ d ..........................................  ...... I i Reed In&an , Guy c I at 3arg o, N. Dr and Mrs. C. C. Olsen returned ', J Spaw will visit them last Thursday from an auto trip to ctures ,o00on,teoer,od ...... o 00.at00en,' ........ F .our. ........................  M, ..... . ......... he or Christmas   t era for Thanksgiving. I adds to eat, has Ised the Charles hs visited them here on sevgcat oe ] [ , I /." / | t I   I the festive spirit apd enjoyment ;house and will move into the easions, and also to the home of Dr y ................. Grace K. .......  "i;" d '  X I  o7 te.,'.%ag*Jgg' ......  a- ver; moderate if y .... der from .g ............................................. ] ...... aor;nlmne i,pt i:d r & of the oceasm .... d the cost is nled Mr. and Mrs, Charles bert Menoweli Saturday evening at pictus  llS St" Petersburg' Florida Fri- which about eighteen guests were an" Bowling is one of the They become mum aluable "  " Mng. Mr. prise will join th trtained. Miss Ruby Odney of Ben- :er for the win TM n =d Mrs. E.-G. Ahrems of Bellmg* healthiest indoor ex- I each year" Many of them  /i-- Chrysanthemums can n#tve be repied ba- ke ............ held ..... h .................... ercmes; It develops ] ....... h+ , ............  t I L  Roses , S, Wednesday. Nova bar Miss Emma Minder wrR.s fm :h]huse Tehersm Ahei, Ca] ifoia that she and her the entira bed,*  of many amus eharaete %  Il'| Ik Ruth Hein d Florn  sister ar e nicely settle d in a bungalow  a. i of th e indian race.  [ [ Carnations !rybo0y invited. . rntly puhased b them, and that A n d t h e splendid , In purchain* one of thee   F Narc Ssus ers of the Women's Aux- the a thusly enaoylnK the t. pictus ott have a large to express their sinee Her parents and brotlmrg'of Pin to a sport and goodfenow- and complete selection from  . JI Cvelamen Plants e friends who made dona- aiso located at that place d will r . . which to mak your 'hoi _ " ly for the benefit of the main thex permanently. , shlp resulting from a Many beutlfuiiy finished in 1 . Primula, plants am n w sepia d a few choice one +ab]ed soldie!rs at Asbury Mrs, S/anuel Chamn of 1linea+ g e 0 clean, ell in solar+.   Ferns . pulis suffered a stroke of paralysis the Karn departed for Chi- first of the wk which completely kept allies such as y011 The nictol"e u fielshlin  ' te ..... will tgkee ........ in the sd ........ una,=ou,.ed .......... wasd t,,, ............ ,e+ wr find here are. a sti ..... hreedZS'sxlhl?: %{ ,{ " " fl-+nnv;ll between Minne ta parts a th t M lant worth while 20. ,   a ,.va..a. Arbor, on his seriously ill and . To e them is ?o apl,recia e an d ......... Pers:on d ha w PALACE BILLIARD .............. , .............  Green Hobses EXCHANGE deuce ,,f . lll " + n ,,d 0- I. Chamberlm " 1 O.M. OSEN, Proprietor Mrs. Recent Subscribers to : Will llve with her daughter The Indelendt. H.E. Harvey, Prop. 0RTONVILL'E. MINN, Vcn Esehen daring the l ". w. o-7 I Mrs. G. E. Holmquist an- John E. Anderson Sunday the following Mrs. M. E. Conley Hatr Thompson fily, and Mrs, J, H, Martin of Barry. C.D. AdolphoR  Wl}l-b a Bke Soc C. A, lahar n I n the Riverbank ehl, Dis- S, M, S*venon Friday mng, No- F, X. MeAtee is Ioted N. Lindman of R, C. Dew D. A. Moo R. G. E. Zech peter Johnson Mrs. B. C. Lament D. D. Me.hunt Rev. Paul J, Boekoven Fred Grog.he L. A. Aderon Dr, g. Ahen* Ralph ohneon he I. O. 0. F, S. J, snson ' . attended the M.. J. Mitchell a Lodge J G.ob C. FI. Imngnker Gerd Spk Mrs. $a A Bailey the A. L, Shumaker IVE HER , PHOTOGRAPH and you gve her a reminder of your love. For a mother old or a mother young, what keepsake could better express thoughtful affectiOn? en [imt  There' lots of It in such a pre,dnt-- ad it's the gift she wl most apprechte. Your potorapl i sore the pblem: "Vla shMl 2 give his Chrlsmns P" p Special--On all orders far a dozen or more hotographs made between November 1 and November 19 we will include free ne Art Craft tather Easel DON'T,NISS The NEW ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE AT THE ORPHEUM Every Friday Night 4 Big Acts and Movies Adults 50c and 35e Kids 10e Specials for Holiday Tradi: You Can Afford to bu9 Furniture for Christmas at such prices as we are ,offering. We quote a few of our special values " Brunswie Phonographs and Records Three Pl Parlor SuitHeav quartered Oak ' F, upholstered. Is A-grade Tapestry.. A Bed D'enport and large roomy Rker d Chair. The thee pis for .................. $13.OO A ;Iree Piece Gem.i.e American Walnut Bed Room Sultw+th Beaufnl four poster Bed. Large Dser and Dressing ahle. The th piques for ................................................. $125.0 Large Roomy Over-stud Rekerr--Upholstered in Spanish Mtfle Skin at .....--= ............... $2OOO Genuine Leath RockeThe large mfy sort, at ............................................ $25.0 to $45.OO lr Bad--Two inch ntlnuous post, in white or veis martin at ............................... $1S50 5O pound all cotton Mattss at .............. $9.OO Gy F2namel agles Springs at ............... $6.0O Travlln Bagfrom ................. $4.5O to $5.00 Gold Seal Cengoleum Stove Rusty--at........ $1.20 KITCHEN CABINETS of fiable ake all ld at a sharp duetlon. away D. 4th. DUOFOLImAt $38 OO to $60 00 LIBRARY TABLES in all finishes i at.'. ................... $15.00 to $40.00 You will find our stock large and priced s low or lower than you can buy good Furni- ninn aoo chai l ;t- ture for anywhere. 1 ' id oak with g ene leach" YOllrS for Better Service and Better Mer- er slip t at........... $4,50 ehadise I The M. M. "Johnson Furniture Company Visit Our Gift : i NOVEMBER 17, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT PAGE J SOCIAL T NEWS ITEMS [ 4 'Bertha Davis ahd Mrs. Fred were taken into the Rebekah evening. A lunch was and social eeening enjoyed. Domestic science department of! Cllub will meet with Mrs. Thursday of this week. "Laundering" will be dis- of the.* Child's Welfare held at the home of Mrs. Monday afternoon. A Was served at the close of the Newell of Fruitland, Idaho, at the Selon Salls home. He a carload of apples with him Lore for sale at the Kollitz Mer- Kelly and children are t the home of Mrs. Kelly's Guy Carl, at Fargo, N. Sparrow Will visit them period. ttauck of the dry cleaning es- has leased the Charles and will move into the a few days. Mrs. Hauck at this time. J. Price of Aberdeen, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. Charles to St. Petersburg, Florida Fri- Mr. Price will join the for the winter. social will be held in Dis- 48, Wednesday, Noverqberi schoolhouse Teachersre Ruth Hein and Florence .Everybody invited. of the Women's Aux- to express their sincere the friends who made dons- for the benefit of the soldiers at Asbury 1. R. Karn departed for Chi- and Ontario, Canada, Tuesday He will take in the foot- between Minnesota and at Ann Arbor, on his way Mrs. E(t. Persson have Enquist house and will the same this week. Mrs. will live with her daughter L. Von Eschen during the aonths. Mrs. G. E. Holmquist on- last Sunday the following and Mrm Oscar Gustafson Mr. and4\\;Mrs. Sol Gustaf- family, and Mrs. Leslie of Barry. will-be a Basket Social and in the Riverbank school, Dis- 22, on Friday evening, No- Schoolhouse is located soheast of Odessa. bring trimmed baskets Maland, teacher. Miller and mother Mrs. left this morning ro, California, tO spend with Mr. an4,Mrs. A. L. Bolsta-bei a daughter VanImvegi  Mrs. O. E. who has n visiting at r home accompanied them as Paul she resides. of the I. 0. O. F. tges attended the ar of Almond Lodge Monday evening. two hundred mere- present who enjgye given and the tasty finished the even- John Witte will move into the mod- ern bungalow the latter part of this week which he has just completed lacross the road from his present lo- cation. He -ill either sell of lease the dwelling he now occupies. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold their annual bazaar Satur- day, Novembhr 26, in the Sam Barr Electrical store, commencing at two o'clock p. m. Lunch will be served. Everyone invited to attend the sale. Cards are out announcing the wed- ding of George Culver and Miss Zola Robertson at Detroit, Michigan, on November 11. Mr. Culver has a splen- did position with the Chalmer Auto- ,mobile factory at that place. The Methodist Ladies Aid will serve a chicken pie supper in the basement of the church and hold their annual Bazaar'Friday afternoon and evening, December 9. They extend an invita- tion to all to attend this sale and din- ner. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Olsen returned last Thursday from an auto trip to Sioux Falls, S. D., to attend the wed- ding of" Miss Grace McKinnon, who has visited them here on seve,al oc- casions, and also to the home of Dr. Olsen at Jackson, Minn. Miss Grace KRercher gave a ,miscel- laneous shower in honor of Mrs. Her- bert McDowell Saturday evening at which about eighteen guests were en- tertained. Miss Ruby Odney of Ben- son and Mrs. E.,G. Ahrens of Belling- ham were out-of-town guests. Miss Emma Minder writes from Anaheim, California that she and her sister are nicely settled in a bungalow recently purchased by them, and that they are thoroly enjoying, the west. Hel:parents and brotherffof Plato are also located at that place and will re- main there permanently. Mrs. S6anuel Chalman of Minnea- polis suffered a stroke of paralysis the first of the week which completely paralyzed one side and rendering her unconscious. She was stricken while shopping. Last reports are that Mrs. hapman is very seriously ill and is ill in a dazed condition. O Recent Subscribers to The Independent. A. W. oung - John E. Anderson Mrs. M. E. Conley Harry Thompson J. H. Martin C. D. Adotphson C. A: Iinhart S. M. SWenon F. X. McAtee N. Lindman R. C. Dew D. A. Moore Rev. G. E. Zech Peter Johnson Mrs. B. C. Lamont D. D. Merchant Rev. Paul J. Bockoven Fred Grothe L. A. Anderson Dr. E. Ahrens Ralph Johnson S. J, Swenson Mrs. ]. J. Mitchell J. G. Jacobson C. H. Longnecker Gerd Spark Mrs. Jas A. Bailey A. L., Shumaker r IVE HER 4k PHOTOGRAPH and you gve her a reminder of your love. For a : mother old or a mother young, what keepsake could better express thoughtfu! affection ? Sentiment ? There's lots of it in such a present and it's the ift she will most appreciate. Your photograph will soe the problem: " W!t shah 1give this Clwistmas?'" p. Special--On all orders far a dozen or more . hotographs made between November 1 and ovember 19 we will include free ,one Art Craft eather Easel. Mrs. Earl Stephens writes from] Mr. and Mrs. Anderson of Fergus Glendale, Cal, that they have changed ............ in ...... "e " " "" " "" -"' " - "'"1 ,._ ] D.IIS Will nav sometn g VOl'bl'l Wllll znelr aloress o 1612 lasl; Wl son . and are comfortably located in a fur- l to tell their children and grandchildren nished bungalow with a beautiful in years to come. For Legionaire An- view of the nmuntains, derson took his sweetheart, Miss Eve- .  _------  I lvn Hanson, to Kansas City to be his rmistice Day edition of the Faribault lride, and they were one of the twen- Dally News. LeSueur Legionaires, ty-four couples for which Kansas City painted the town red, white and blue,' putting: ou a pageant, patriotic exer- cises, tableau, football game, street masquarade dance, and a grand bail and supper. It was a gala day of fun all over Minnesota. The cooties were shaken oil Old Man Gloom and for at least one day he smiled with joy WAFFLES Served at the Pie House at all hours. They're delicious. I| Bowling is one of the healthiest indoor ex- ercises, It develops the entire body. And the splendid sport and goodfellow- ship resulting from a game on clean, well kept allies such as you find here are. a stimu- I lant worth while. PALACE BILLIARD EXCHANGE H. E. Harvey, Prop. Legionaires provided all marriage ar-[ rangements, including the ring, li- cense, parson, weddilg supper and a grand military ball, at which Marshall Foch, General Pershing, General Diaz and General Jazques each personally l shook the happy couples by the hand and wished them good luck and a long life together. "One of he pleasentest features ot the great national convention of the American Legion is the happiness of renewing old friendships among the bo who fought together there. Americans ar6all members of oe great family. Therefore we shouldi all be buddies. This is one of tleqea- ,:ons taught by the enthusiasm of the Kansas City convention of the Le- .io," declares the Rochester Pot- Record. lm i ii Ill Reed Indian Pictures For Christmas What would make a more ap- prop/date, a more ppreciated and more lasting gift than one of these beautiful Indian pictures, They become more valuable each year. Many of them can nver be replaced be- cause of /he rapid vanishing of many famous characters of the Indian race. Every home, should have Flow- ers for Thanksgiving. It adds to the festive spirit ad enjoyment of the occasion--and the cost is very moderate if you order from US. Chrysanthemums Roses Carnations In purchasing one of these Narcissus': pictures ou have a large i and complete selection from Cyclamen Plants which to make your choice. Many be(utffu;iy finished in Primula, Plants sepia and a few choice one in color. Eerns - The nicttu:e are finished in three sizes, 8xlO, 11x14, and  Ortonville the folder size which is 6x 20. To see them is't0 appreciate Green Hohses their benu:v. Call at resi- dence of 0. I. Chamberlin O.M. OSEN, Proprietor 0RTONVILL. MINN. J[ I II | II I I I I II I I I II H J ] J J JJ V  m o ON T,MISS The NEW ALL STAR Every Friday Ni ,00ht VAUDEVILLE,, THE 4 Big Acts and iviovi O RP H E U M Adults 50c and35c Kids 10 Specials for Holiday Trade II I II I I I I I Illl I II II I. Ill You Can Afford to burr Furniture for Christmas at such prices as we are ,offering. We quote a few of our special values " Brunswic Phonographs and Records Three Piece Parlor Suite---Heavy quartered" Oak" Frame, upholstered. Is A-grade Tapestry. A Bed .Davenport and large roomy Rocker and Chair. The three pieces for .................... $135.00 A Three Piece Genuine American Walnut Bed Room Suite--wi Beautiful four poster Bed. Large Dresser and Dressing Tble. The three pices for ........... : ........................................ $125.00 Large Roomy Over-stugd RoekersUpholstered in Spanish Mule Skin at ........... : ................ $20.00 Genuine Leather Rockers--The large comfy sort, at .................................................... $25.00 to $45.00 Iron Beds--Two inch continuous post, in white or vernis martin at ................................................ $13.50 50 pound all cotton Mattress at .................... $9.00 Gray Enamel Sagless Springs at .................. $6.00 Traveling Bags---from ...................... $4.50 to $25.00 Gold Seal Congoleum Stove Rugs---at ......... $1.20 LIBRARY TABLES in all finishes at..'. ....................... $15.00 to $40.00 IIIIII On every Dollar purchase you get a ticket on the BruRswick Phono- graph, to be given away Dec. 24th. I ill Dining Room Chairs in sol- id oak with genuine leath- er slip seat at ............ $4.50 You will find our stock large and priced as low or lower than you can buy good Furni- ture for anywhere. Yours for Better Service and Better Mer- chandise, i i ii i i i KITCHEN CABINETS of reliable ,make all sold at a sharp reduction. DUOFOLDS--At ........ $38.00 to $60.00 ii The M. M. "Johnson Furniture Company Goods Delivered Free Everywhere Visit Our Gift Shop I m i