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]'AGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ' THURSDAY, @ @ I CLINTON NEWS I O' " Arthur and Elmer Erickson were at honle over unday, Rev. F. J. Johnson made a trip to the cities the first of the week. Miss Agnes Hanratty spent the we,,,-end t her home in Graeville. l,obert Blood left on Tuesday 1or a few days visit at Swanvme, Minn. Harry Dickey of Minneapolis was a "i guest of G. al. Johnson last Jr day. L. O. Krook left last week on a ilip to the cities and points in southern idinnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Krook re- tinned on Tuesday night from their ttp to the cities. ,,sg 'er,iaiger, our Domestic clcnce teacher, spent the week-e;.'d at lcdwocd Falls. bliss Ldna haylor of Morris spent the week-end in Clinton as a guest of ]4Jss Amy Sweezy. l,cv. k. J. Johnston addrezsed the high school Monday forenoon on the f;mject oI "thought." While in the cities last week Le.ter RoscJanu .as a caher at the home of Leo. H. B. Adams Miss Inez Black, came up from Montevideo to spend the week-end at her home in Clinton. Miss Elsie Stephens visited in Or- tonville over Friday night with the teleIhone operators there. Miss Mabel Holmquist went to Wheaten Friday morning to visit over Sv, rday at ],- he  e ,-- ' The annual bazaar Of the Big Stone N. J. Nelson on Thursday. Crme wlron left the first of the week to visit a few days in Fargo with her daughter, Christine. The Swedish Ladies' Aid of toe West side met at the home of Mr. any. Mrs. Sa-n Erickson on Thursday. Mrs. Carl Olson and children wiU return the latter part of this wee, from their visit to Hawley, Minn. E.'W. Lewis of Grand Forks, N. D., has been visiting this week at th, home of his sister, Mrs. Wm. Swank Malhias Eide has this week pur- chased the Rollin Lyman farm, th- southeast suarter of section 15 in Mal- ta. Joe Sweezy left last week on a business tip, to Wild Rose, N. D., t( look after his farming interests at that place. The Epworth League sooial a-d business meeting was held in the basement of the M. E. church on Tues- day evening. The Revding Circle met on MmM, night at the home of Mrs. John Knut- son. The subject for the evening wa: "Immigration." D. Stanton is leovering from hi, recent attack of heart trouble, tie is still at the home of his daughter Hat- tie in Gracevflle. The Red Cross drive is on this week with A. E. Gongoll as chairman and is p.rogrcssing satisfactorily under the varmus connnittecs. Victor Lewis was taken to the hos- tal at Gracevim 'ue..day, un(t on ednesday underwent an operation for ulcers of the stomach. Dr Bergan has had a fine new win- ter top put on his Hupmobile. Art Sweezy hauled the top down from Graceville in his auto truck. The singers of the M. E. church met on Thursday night by invitation, at the home of Mrs. C. W, Wheeler, to practice for the Christmas singing. Mrs. Gus. Anderson, who lives on the old Lindholm place, left last Fri- day for a two weeks ws in niago at the home of her brother and friends On Friday night, November 11 a baby boy was born to Mr. and .Mrs. Bennie Nelson. Mrs. Nelson is at toe home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abrahmn Steem Mrs Lybarger who is here from Arkansas visiting her sister, Mrs. F. R Finberg, returned to Clinton on Wednesday after spending a couple of weeks at Ortonville, Rev. S. M. Moe had as a guest over F-" ,ay Pep, C J, Quill of Renville Minn., who preached in the St. Pauli (,u fl In toe Imenoon and in Big Stone church in town in the evening. Mrs. Ann Sweezy has returned to The Odd Fellows of Almond lodge l her home after spending a few days No. 189, entertained the Rebeccas and in Ortonvihe at the home of tAs. bigloh. She is recovering flm the effects of her fall. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ross and Orlle Ross of Ortonville and Mrs. Ella Don- ovan of Farmington, visited in Clio- on on Tuesday and attended the Odd Fellow celebration Tuesday night. David Anderson, who has been em- --To,-ed at F. J. Lewis' auto reoair shop, hag returned from his vacation. e has hmde pmam to open up a busi- ness of his own at Kenmare, N. D. Word received from Irvin Heath and family states that they are well pleas- ed with their work, at Dolan, S. D., where they are comfortably located. Irwin is employed by the telephone ) Co. 'ihe Ladies' Aid of the St. Pauli chur, h will serve lunch at Olson Brothers s.ore during the afternoon and evening, Saturday, November 19. tlot dishes will be served thru the supper hour. , mrs. F. R. Finberg and Mrs. F. H. \\;*a,,s Went Lo Lt,OllVllle on Mon- day to atmnd a tarewell party lor l,rs. hl lot,let wln wa given by ltc LabOel'n Dt,rt al; tile holne O Mrs. o. 2.xLlllgf mabne,vs. The Ladies' Aid held a business a/o(a,y ,xbbiAAtatall. g A14 LOg ae ali- ntma 0azaar and dinner on l/eeember 3 ..,e mbu tah..Ma, a,el,lemt)er Idle a. 1| are invited. Farts have been given out for the home talent play, "'s,ary's ll/IilliOll8,'" oe g,*en oat aJecemoer 16, by 1Xle z-kbnebt .sblaLlon, alg:l the work ]s pugtssing smoothly under the die- On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gusta.8oll enelbillleU V. 'tz,tnt alttt ]  ,t, tly ano barn ricKson anG amily. 'the pleasant occasion was in holler oI IAle cnrlslenlng el mmr in- .DnL SOIl. l,obert t,ee usvalson J. A. Schelt and son James, Ralph ,;ec(ly and w. t. Scot, lelt toe n.st of the week to join Randall brothers' ,shing camp, Ior the wmer, xuey ae now working at Artichoke Lake. .dr Scott will be chief cook for the amp. Owing to the freezing up of the roads, which prevented further work, at present, the Larkin Construction company broke camp and shipped .heir draft horses to the lumber camp in Wimonsin. If the weather permits he work will be completed later by the use of farmers' teams. E. G. Dalseth is making extensive dternatmns and improvements in his house. By adding four large dormers he will have an up-to-date bungalow roof, which will give him four nice "sores m)-stairs. The front bedroom downstairs will be converted into a eception hull and stairway. When completed, Mr. Dalseth will have one f the roomiet and most convenient houses in town. You Can't Go Wrong i eating at the Korner Kafe for our food is prepared with t h e same care day in and day out. Everything Home Cooked from materi- a ls of the best grade. When in town eat with us. The Korner Kale C. A. REI.NHART, Proprietor Clinton, Minn. , i = Thanksgiving Dinner Supplies Every family whose Thanksgiv- ing Dinner comes from this store will have ample reason for being thankful, for each item will be of the finest quality possible to pro- cure. imdted guests a a social evening in their hall on Monday night to cele- brate their thirtieth anniversary. The attendance numbered about 175. A large delegation was present from Or- tonville. An interesting program was given which included talks and r miniscences by J. D. Ross, Albert Sturges, and Fred Pflueger of Orton- ville; Pete Salmonsen of Chokio; and Henry Tyler of Clinton. J. H. Erick- son presented the speakers in his us- ual pleasing manner, Representative J. D. Ross is the only charter member left in this locality and was speaker of honor. Good music made the oc- casion a joyous one. Refreshments were served after which a social dance was enjoyed downstairs by all who wished to participate. Northwest Almond Mrs. Hilmer Anderson and children visite in Ortonville last week. Miss M a r t h a Rothwell visited hool district No. 19 last Thursday. Rev. Johnston ad wife visited at the Jos. Dimberg home last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Swan Erickson home. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Anderson and Mrs. J. C. Johnson were Ortonville shoppers last Saturday. Mrs. Asplund and sols, Edmund and Felix were visitors at the Swan Erickson home last Thursday evening Misses Martha Rothwell and Ella Sander and Elmer Anderson of )r- tonville visited at the Hilmer Ander- son home Sunday. Mr. John Manor and daughters, Mrs. T. M. Wilson, Mrs. Bert Roth- well, Mrs. Harry Hoxtell and Mrs. Herman Kerstein autoe(t to the south- ern part of the state, Friday. They will visit their cousin, Mrs. Dave Long, formerly of this place. AUCTIO ALE $20,000 stock of auto tires, tubes and accessories. Dealers, this is your op- portunity. Sale to be hMd Saturday, Nov. 19th and Monday, Nov. 21st, a' l0 A. M. BLOOM MACHINERY CO., 19|9 University Ave. E., near Prior, St. Paul. Minn. Scandinavian Pictures a t Orpheum Tuesday, Nov'mb'r 2 Lundeen, noted accordian player will play pictures Overhauling Take your car to Wm. ( Overhauling or Repair Work. be in eomoetent hands and the will be right. WM. C UMMENS, Ortonvi Agency for CHEVROLET CARS We Thank the People of Ortonvi and Vicinity for their Liberal age since our opening. We want your business. A visit to our store will convince you that our merchandise is the best. Our prices are the lowest. We can save you money on Leather Vests, Sheep Lined Coats, Mackinaws, Sweaters, Flannel Shirts, Men's Pants, Underwear and Caps. Our goods are all marked at a 30 to 50 Percent Saving for you at MARK'S BARGAIN STOR In building formerly Davison's Harness Shop Ortonville, Minnesota. Money's Worth or Money Back S. D. SALVESON Clinton, Minnesota. O POULTRY FOR THE ,HOLIDAYS Should ke brought in early this week. We require a great amount of TURKEYS, DUCKS, GLESE and HENS. To ke a:sured of ti e BIG PRICE, bring yours early ard ]:efore the market gets loaded avd prices d.rol. Prices we give below are full top value; however, should prices go higher you can earnestly depend on our paying 5 0u ore. DREED POULTRY   TURKEYS No Young Toms and Hens 35C ; rli,' A k : I" Geese, Fat, Faacy 18c No. 1Hens,41bs.up 18c No. 1 Springs 6c Clean, Well 18c Old Cox . . . ". ". Ducks, Dressed... " 2C ,(,. 2 and Cr'L' POULTRY at MARKET PRICES ::emember: Should the market go hiff! er e will Fay rrore. LIVE POULTR:" Springs . . . . 12c Hens, general run 13c Old Roosters . . 9c We can use any amoun't Live or rd I o.itr. TRA Da:s .... . 15c Geese ..... 13c -l'urcys, i i lbs. up 25c _. t.a:,cc m a d e t:romptly Y-S Crtonvillc, Minn. ]'AGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ' THURSDAY, @ @ I CLINTON NEWS I O' " Arthur and Elmer Erickson were at honle over unday, Rev. F. J. Johnson made a trip to the cities the first of the week. Miss Agnes Hanratty spent the we,,,-end t her home in Graeville. l,obert Blood left on Tuesday 1or a few days visit at Swanvme, Minn. Harry Dickey of Minneapolis was a "i guest of G. al. Johnson last Jr day. L. O. Krook left last week on a ilip to the cities and points in southern idinnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Krook re- tinned on Tuesday night from their ttp to the cities. ,,sg 'er,iaiger, our Domestic clcnce teacher, spent the week-e;.'d at lcdwocd Falls. bliss Ldna haylor of Morris spent the week-end in Clinton as a guest of ]4Jss Amy Sweezy. l,cv. k. J. Johnston addrezsed the high school Monday forenoon on the f;mject oI "thought." While in the cities last week Le.ter RoscJanu .as a caher at the home of Leo. H. B. Adams Miss Inez Black, came up from Montevideo to spend the week-end at her home in Clinton. Miss Elsie Stephens visited in Or- tonville over Friday night with the teleIhone operators there. Miss Mabel Holmquist went to Wheaten Friday morning to visit over Sv, rday at ],- he  e ,-- ' The annual bazaar Of the Big Stone N. J. Nelson on Thursday. Crme wlron left the first of the week to visit a few days in Fargo with her daughter, Christine. The Swedish Ladies' Aid of toe West side met at the home of Mr. any. Mrs. Sa-n Erickson on Thursday. Mrs. Carl Olson and children wiU return the latter part of this wee, from their visit to Hawley, Minn. E.'W. Lewis of Grand Forks, N. D., has been visiting this week at th, home of his sister, Mrs. Wm. Swank Malhias Eide has this week pur- chased the Rollin Lyman farm, th- southeast suarter of section 15 in Mal- ta. Joe Sweezy left last week on a business tip, to Wild Rose, N. D., t( look after his farming interests at that place. The Epworth League sooial a-d business meeting was held in the basement of the M. E. church on Tues- day evening. The Revding Circle met on MmM, night at the home of Mrs. John Knut- son. The subject for the evening wa: "Immigration." D. Stanton is leovering from hi, recent attack of heart trouble, tie is still at the home of his daughter Hat- tie in Gracevflle. The Red Cross drive is on this week with A. E. Gongoll as chairman and is p.rogrcssing satisfactorily under the varmus connnittecs. Victor Lewis was taken to the hos- tal at Gracevim 'ue..day, un(t on ednesday underwent an operation for ulcers of the stomach. Dr Bergan has had a fine new win- ter top put on his Hupmobile. Art Sweezy hauled the top down from Graceville in his auto truck. The singers of the M. E. church met on Thursday night by invitation, at the home of Mrs. C. W, Wheeler, to practice for the Christmas singing. Mrs. Gus. Anderson, who lives on the old Lindholm place, left last Fri- day for a two weeks ws in niago at the home of her brother and friends On Friday night, November 11 a baby boy was born to Mr. and .Mrs. Bennie Nelson. Mrs. Nelson is at toe home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abrahmn Steem Mrs Lybarger who is here from Arkansas visiting her sister, Mrs. F. R Finberg, returned to Clinton on Wednesday after spending a couple of weeks at Ortonville, Rev. S. M. Moe had as a guest over F-" ,ay Pep, C J, Quill of Renville Minn., who preached in the St. Pauli (,u fl In toe Imenoon and in Big Stone church in town in the evening. Mrs. Ann Sweezy has returned to The Odd Fellows of Almond lodge l her home after spending a few days No. 189, entertained the Rebeccas and in Ortonvihe at the home of tAs. bigloh. She is recovering flm the effects of her fall. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ross and Orlle Ross of Ortonville and Mrs. Ella Don- ovan of Farmington, visited in Clio- on on Tuesday and attended the Odd Fellow celebration Tuesday night. David Anderson, who has been em- --To,-ed at F. J. Lewis' auto reoair shop, hag returned from his vacation. e has hmde pmam to open up a busi- ness of his own at Kenmare, N. D. Word received from Irvin Heath and family states that they are well pleas- ed with their work, at Dolan, S. D., where they are comfortably located. Irwin is employed by the telephone ) Co. 'ihe Ladies' Aid of the St. Pauli chur, h will serve lunch at Olson Brothers s.ore during the afternoon and evening, Saturday, November 19. tlot dishes will be served thru the supper hour. , mrs. F. R. Finberg and Mrs. F. H. \\;*a,,s Went Lo Lt,OllVllle on Mon- day to atmnd a tarewell party lor l,rs. hl lot,let wln wa given by ltc LabOel'n Dt,rt al; tile holne O Mrs. o. 2.xLlllgf mabne,vs. The Ladies' Aid held a business a/o(a,y ,xbbiAAtatall. g A14 LOg ae ali- ntma 0azaar and dinner on l/eeember 3 ..,e mbu tah..Ma, a,el,lemt)er Idle a. 1| are invited. Farts have been given out for the home talent play, "'s,ary's ll/IilliOll8,'" oe g,*en oat aJecemoer 16, by 1Xle z-kbnebt .sblaLlon, alg:l the work ]s pugtssing smoothly under the die- On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gusta.8oll enelbillleU V. 'tz,tnt alttt ]  ,t, tly ano barn ricKson anG amily. 'the pleasant occasion was in holler oI IAle cnrlslenlng el mmr in- .DnL SOIl. l,obert t,ee usvalson J. A. Schelt and son James, Ralph ,;ec(ly and w. t. Scot, lelt toe n.st of the week to join Randall brothers' ,shing camp, Ior the wmer, xuey ae now working at Artichoke Lake. .dr Scott will be chief cook for the amp. Owing to the freezing up of the roads, which prevented further work, at present, the Larkin Construction company broke camp and shipped .heir draft horses to the lumber camp in Wimonsin. If the weather permits he work will be completed later by the use of farmers' teams. E. G. Dalseth is making extensive dternatmns and improvements in his house. By adding four large dormers he will have an up-to-date bungalow roof, which will give him four nice "sores m)-stairs. The front bedroom downstairs will be converted into a eception hull and stairway. When completed, Mr. Dalseth will have one f the roomiet and most convenient houses in town. You Can't Go Wrong i eating at the Korner Kafe for our food is prepared with t h e same care day in and day out. Everything Home Cooked from materi- a ls of the best grade. When in town eat with us. The Korner Kale C. A. REI.NHART, Proprietor Clinton, Minn. , i = Thanksgiving Dinner Supplies Every family whose Thanksgiv- ing Dinner comes from this store will have ample reason for being thankful, for each item will be of the finest quality possible to pro- cure. imdted guests a a social evening in their hall on Monday night to cele- brate their thirtieth anniversary. The attendance numbered about 175. A large delegation was present from Or- tonville. An interesting program was given which included talks and r miniscences by J. D. Ross, Albert Sturges, and Fred Pflueger of Orton- ville; Pete Salmonsen of Chokio; and Henry Tyler of Clinton. J. H. Erick- son presented the speakers in his us- ual pleasing manner, Representative J. D. Ross is the only charter member left in this locality and was speaker of honor. Good music made the oc- casion a joyous one. Refreshments were served after which a social dance was enjoyed downstairs by all who wished to participate. Northwest Almond Mrs. Hilmer Anderson and children visite in Ortonville last week. Miss M a r t h a Rothwell visited hool district No. 19 last Thursday. Rev. Johnston ad wife visited at the Jos. Dimberg home last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Swan Erickson home. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Anderson and Mrs. J. C. Johnson were Ortonville shoppers last Saturday. Mrs. Asplund and sols, Edmund and Felix were visitors at the Swan Erickson home last Thursday evening Misses Martha Rothwell and Ella Sander and Elmer Anderson of )r- tonville visited at the Hilmer Ander- son home Sunday. Mr. John Manor and daughters, Mrs. T. M. Wilson, Mrs. Bert Roth- well, Mrs. Harry Hoxtell and Mrs. Herman Kerstein autoe(t to the south- ern part of the state, Friday. They will visit their cousin, Mrs. Dave Long, formerly of this place. AUCTIO ALE $20,000 stock of auto tires, tubes and accessories. Dealers, this is your op- portunity. Sale to be hMd Saturday, Nov. 19th and Monday, Nov. 21st, a' l0 A. M. BLOOM MACHINERY CO., 19|9 University Ave. E., near Prior, St. Paul. Minn. Scandinavian Pictures a t Orpheum Tuesday, Nov'mb'r 2 Lundeen, noted accordian player will play pictures Overhauling Take your car to Wm. ( Overhauling or Repair Work. be in eomoetent hands and the will be right. WM. C UMMENS, Ortonvi Agency for CHEVROLET CARS We Thank the People of Ortonvi and Vicinity for their Liberal age since our opening. We want your business. A visit to our store will convince you that our merchandise is the best. Our prices are the lowest. We can save you money on Leather Vests, Sheep Lined Coats, Mackinaws, Sweaters, Flannel Shirts, Men's Pants, Underwear and Caps. Our goods are all marked at a 30 to 50 Percent Saving for you at MARK'S BARGAIN STOR In building formerly Davison's Harness Shop Ortonville, Minnesota. Money's Worth or Money Back S. D. SALVESON Clinton, Minnesota. O POULTRY FOR THE ,HOLIDAYS Should ke brought in early this week. We require a great amount of TURKEYS, DUCKS, GLESE and HENS. To ke a:sured of ti e BIG PRICE, bring yours early ard ]:efore the market gets loaded avd prices d.rol. Prices we give below are full top value; however, should prices go higher you can earnestly depend on our paying 5 0u ore. DREED POULTRY   TURKEYS No Young Toms and Hens 35C ; rli,' A k : I" Geese, Fat, Faacy 18c No. 1Hens,41bs.up 18c No. 1 Springs 6c Clean, Well 18c Old Cox . . . ". ". Ducks, Dressed... " 2C ,(,. 2 and Cr'L' POULTRY at MARKET PRICES ::emember: Should the market go hiff! er e will Fay rrore. LIVE POULTR:" Springs . . . . 12c Hens, general run 13c Old Roosters . . 9c We can use any amoun't Live or rd I o.itr. TRA Da:s .... . 15c Geese ..... 13c -l'urcys, i i lbs. up 25c _. t.a:,cc m a d e t:romptly Y-S Crtonvillc, Minn. 'MACE SMAUUTOWnPAPErS ,nO ALL COnTEnT COPVr,GHTE0 ALL r,GHTS rESErVE0 YHE ORTONVIIL INDEPlffEIIr CLINTON NEWS Arthur and Elmer Eriekn wen hm.e over uday. Roy. F. J. Johnson made & trip te the citle the first of the week. 4iss Agnes HaaraCty spent the ,-end  her h*,,le in Grville. l,obert Bt teft on Tuesday tot a few daa visit at wue, s4,nn. }t Dickey of Minneapolis we* a guest of G. . Johnson las Friday. L. O. Kok left last wk on a Ilp to the iti and pomta iu southern Ml,mesota. l,lr. ad Mrs. Courtney Krook re- tmued on Tuesday ight fm their tll to the eie .... ss ',e],ihiger, our Domestic M. Ann Sweezy h retued te her borne after spending a few day iu Ortonvie qt the home of uhs ilh. Ehe is covering from the effects of her fall. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. loss and Or[le P*0ss of Ortonville and Mrs. Ella Don- ovan of Fmington, visited in Clin- on on Tuesday and attended the Odd Fenew celebration Tueaday night David Aadeon who h been em- -.,e,I at F. J Lewis' sure air shop, hal turned from his vtion. le n .e pm,s to open up a busi- 1less of hh own at Kenmam, N. D. Wold received from 1in Heath d fily states that they e well leas- ed wth their k. at Dol,  D., where they am comfortably Iated. lJn is employed by the telephone C cmnce teacher, spent the week-e1;d ,ibe Ldies, /Lid of the St. Pauii c . , . high hoo] Mop,day forenoon on the PP er hour. ,  oct o " hvugh " .s. F. 1L Finberg and Ma. F. H. While n the c es t wk Le r  \\;,...d.S eut to .wue on en- ],scltl . a caher at the home day to td a Satwell party tot o l.ev. H  Adams 1 hn aer wntt w given by Mi Inez Blk, came up from - ,nr. actneomeofr. t her home in Clinton. bushaess Ml,s Elsie Stephes vlsitd in Or- mmg  ,e cu i,,,o*s on wecl- tnvlle over Friday night with the ....... # .,,,,  or le m- tel[hone operators there, n ua 0azr and dinner on etmber 3 bliss Mabel Holmquist went to u-* ,,. u..v*.. ememoer the Wheaten Frldy morning to xdsit ever u i e InVl 8day a b- he* ,e t,.  Fat have been given out or the home tment pray, "ary's Mimo,,. ne annual bar of the ig Stone N. 3. NvIn on Thursday. C, me Jron left the firat of the k to vislta few days i Fargo vdth her daughter, Christi.e. The Swedish ldles' Aid of te West side met at the home of Mr. an Mrs. S Eriokn on qYaursday. Y4rs. Car] Oln and children wil' tur, the rlatter pvrt of ths w from their dsit to Hawley, Minn. . W. Lewis of Gnd Forks, N. D.. has been visiting thi week at th, home of his itcr, Mrs. Wn Swank MarLins Eide has this week pur chaod the Rol]in Lyman far, th" utheast suarter of tion 15 in Mel- t'Joe Sweezy left lt wk on a bine t:ip, to Wild Rose, N. D., tc look after his rarmlag interest at that place. The Epwor*l, League o,,hd a-,' bnslnes meetJn was held in the basement of the 4. E. church on Tu day ovenn. The Redin Circle et o M.-,I. night at the home of M. John Kut- n. The sub.i for the evening wa "Imiraton." D. Stanton is recovering from hi, roo,lt attack of heart trouble. H  still at the homo of hls daughter Hat. tie in Gl'acevillo The Red Cro drive is on this week will A. E. 6ongnll as chrman and Js progressing satisfactorily under the valious committe s. Victor Lewis ws taken to the ho itJ at (,racevh,e ue,ay .no n WInesday under.ent an operati /or ulcers of the tomh. Dr. Bergen his had a fine new wh, ter toy put on his Hupmobile. Art Sweezy hauled the top down from Groville in his auto track. The slrgers ot the M. E. ehuh met on Thursday night by invitation, at the homo of Mrs. C. W. Wheeler to praet ee for the Christmas singing. Mr Gus. Anderson. who lives dn the old Lindholm p]e, left lit Fri* day for a two weeks visit in nig at the home of her brother d fends , On Friday night. November 11 a bab boy wa bn to Mr. d Mrs. Bonnie Nelson. Mrs. Nelson is at the home of her parents, Mr. and 24 Abraham Steen. Mrs. Lybger who is Eere from Arkn "siting her sster, Mva F. R. Flnberg. tued to Clinton on Wednesday after spending a couple of eka at Ortouvne. Rev. S. M. M had as  gaet over F.-- any v. C J. q'lill of Renville :Mln.. Who pehed n the St. Pauli c, n 11, me lo, eneon and in Big Stone churl in town in the evening.  g,,a ou emr 16, by te .ogag nty un t die- On day Mr. avd Mr Alber a,,il,. 'he pteast occasion w in nOlOr oz tee cat,strang o ur in- J. A. Sehell and son James, Rdph ,eedy and . L. cu. leit me U,S of the wk to Joia Randall brothers' ,hing camp, zr the ,.r. inky e new working at Artichoke Lake. Jr. Scott wll be chief cook for the -amp. Owing to the freezing up of thq road, whichprevented further work at psent, the Larkin CotetSoz company broke camp and shipped heir draft horses to the ]umber p n WionsJn. If the weather pewits he work will he completed later t the use of farnem' teama E. G. Dlseth i ,making extensi, tcn,ations and ]mprovement in h house. By adding four ]ge deers he will have an up-to-date bunxalow reel which will We him four nice ms un stairs, The erot bedroom dostai will be converted late a ecevtion hall and stay. When completed, Mr. Dalseth will have one of the roomiest and moat convenient heue in town. You Can't Go Wrong 'eating at the Korner Kale for our food is prepared with t l e same care day in and dy out. . Everything Home Cooked fom mated- Is of the best grade. When in town eat with us. The Komer Kafe C. A. REINHART, . Proprietor Clinton, Minn. Who o AfFlicted iththeP|wZll Thanksgiving Dinner Supplies Every family whose Thanksgiv- ing Dinner comes from this store will have ample reason for being thankful, for each item will be of the finest quality possible to pro- cure. S. D. SALVESON Clinton, Minnesota. The Odd Fellows of Ahnond lodge No. 189, entertained the Rabevc d invited glcmts st a oi#t ening in thor haft on Monday night to 1 brat their tmrtteta anairsary. The atteadance numbered about 175. A large delegation wa present from Or- tonvflle. An interting program w glveu which included talks d re. roJnlseens by J. D. Ross, Albert Sturgea, d Fred Pflueger of Orton- ille; Pete Salmon of Chklo and Hary Tyer of Clinton. J. H. Exlck- n prented the apeskers in his u ual piecing manner. Repntative 3. D. Ross is the only charter member left in this lality and was speeaker of he.or. Good music made the oc- casion a Joyo one. Refrhments were seed after which a social d wM enjoyed dostairs by all who wizhed to participate. Northwest Almond ell Mrs. ilmer Ander ad chJld vJto in Ortonvil]e last wk. Iss Mar t ha Rothwell vsited hl district No. 19 last Thursday. Roy. Johnston and wife Jsted at the Jo Dimherg home last Thursday evening, Mr, and Mr Henry Andeo and family spent Sunday fteoon at the Mr. d Mr T. J. Anderson d M. J. c. Johnn  Ormvllla heppers tt Saturday. M Asptd and , Ef, nund d Fetix worn visitors at the Sw Eriekon home It Thursday everdng Misaes Martha Rthll d Ella Sander and Elmer Andern of rr- tonvlle visited at the Hi[met Ander- son home Suuday. Mr. John Mor d daughta. 4rs. T. M. Wiln, M. Bert Roth- 11, rs, Harr Hoxtell d Mr He.an Keratein autoed to the outh- e part of the state, Friday. They will visit their eousln, Mrs. Dave Long. formerly of this place. AUCTIO ALE :=*,ori. De,h,,. the* , roar op- Ttu,ty. Sh to h, ld Stu,day. or. 19th *,a Mo,dy No. 21,t. m, l0 A. M. BLOOM MACHIWRY CO, 1919 Unialty A. E., n*r Pror. St. PuL Min. At Nov'mb'r 22 ............... Scandinavian hctures the Orpheum T.dy,  ........... will play piute$ ' Overhauling Take Overhauling or Repair Work. he in omrtent hands and the will he right. WM. CUMMENS, Agency for CHEVROLET CARS We Thank the People of and Vicinity for their Liberal age since our opening. We want your business. A visit to our store will convince. you that our merchandise is the best. Our prices are the lowest. We can save you money on Leather Vests, Sheep Lined Coats, Maekinaws, Sweaters, Flannel Shirts, Men's Pants, Underwear and Caps. Our goods are all marked at a 30 to 50 Percent Saving for you at MARK'S BARGAIN In building former y Davison's Harness Shop Ortonville, Minnesota. Money's Worth or Money Back POULTRY FOR THE HOLIDAYS Should be brought in early this week. We require a great amount of TURKEYS, DUCKS, GLESE and HENS. To ke a:sured of tie BIG PRICE, bring yours early ar d cefore the marl'et grt ]oaded ard prices d'o Priees we give below are full top valne; however, should prices go higher you can earnestly depend on our Baying } 0u more. DRE3ED POULTRY i I= TURKEYS Young TomsandHens 35c Geese, Fat, Fancy 18c No. 1Hens,41bs.up 18c No. 1 Springs .... I6c Ducks, ci .... Well 18C Old Cox 12c Dressed . . . ]kt. 2 and CT'LL POULTRy at MARKET PRICIS h ememher: Ehouid the market go hiyd el e will ray rfore. LIVE POULTRY Springs .... 12c Dazr: . . ". . . 15c Hens, generalrun 13c G ..... 13c Old Roosters 9c -l'ur,;ys, i i lbs. up 25c We can use any amout/t Live or Drzd I ouw .... ,t.cc. m a d e Iromptly TRA .Y-S Co. C r tonviTde, Ilinn. mm ]'AGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT ' THURSDAY, @ @ I CLINTON NEWS I O' " Arthur and Elmer Erickson were at honle over unday, Rev. F. J. Johnson made a trip to the cities the first of the week. Miss Agnes Hanratty spent the we,,,-end t her home in Graeville. l,obert Blood left on Tuesday 1or a few days visit at Swanvme, Minn. Harry Dickey of Minneapolis was a "i guest of G. al. Johnson last Jr day. L. O. Krook left last week on a ilip to the cities and points in southern idinnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Krook re- tinned on Tuesday night from their ttp to the cities. ,,sg 'er,iaiger, our Domestic clcnce teacher, spent the week-e;.'d at lcdwocd Falls. bliss Ldna haylor of Morris spent the week-end in Clinton as a guest of ]4Jss Amy Sweezy. l,cv. k. J. Johnston addrezsed the high school Monday forenoon on the f;mject oI "thought." While in the cities last week Le.ter RoscJanu .as a caher at the home of Leo. H. B. Adams Miss Inez Black, came up from Montevideo to spend the week-end at her home in Clinton. Miss Elsie Stephens visited in Or- tonville over Friday night with the teleIhone operators there. Miss Mabel Holmquist went to Wheaten Friday morning to visit over Sv, rday at ],- he  e ,-- ' The annual bazaar Of the Big Stone N. J. Nelson on Thursday. Crme wlron left the first of the week to visit a few days in Fargo with her daughter, Christine. The Swedish Ladies' Aid of toe West side met at the home of Mr. any. Mrs. Sa-n Erickson on Thursday. Mrs. Carl Olson and children wiU return the latter part of this wee, from their visit to Hawley, Minn. E.'W. Lewis of Grand Forks, N. D., has been visiting this week at th, home of his sister, Mrs. Wm. Swank Malhias Eide has this week pur- chased the Rollin Lyman farm, th- southeast suarter of section 15 in Mal- ta. Joe Sweezy left last week on a business tip, to Wild Rose, N. D., t( look after his farming interests at that place. The Epworth League sooial a-d business meeting was held in the basement of the M. E. church on Tues- day evening. The Revding Circle met on MmM, night at the home of Mrs. John Knut- son. The subject for the evening wa: "Immigration." D. Stanton is leovering from hi, recent attack of heart trouble, tie is still at the home of his daughter Hat- tie in Gracevflle. The Red Cross drive is on this week with A. E. Gongoll as chairman and is p.rogrcssing satisfactorily under the varmus connnittecs. Victor Lewis was taken to the hos- tal at Gracevim 'ue..day, un(t on ednesday underwent an operation for ulcers of the stomach. Dr Bergan has had a fine new win- ter top put on his Hupmobile. Art Sweezy hauled the top down from Graceville in his auto truck. The singers of the M. E. church met on Thursday night by invitation, at the home of Mrs. C. W, Wheeler, to practice for the Christmas singing. Mrs. Gus. Anderson, who lives on the old Lindholm place, left last Fri- day for a two weeks ws in niago at the home of her brother and friends On Friday night, November 11 a baby boy was born to Mr. and .Mrs. Bennie Nelson. Mrs. Nelson is at toe home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abrahmn Steem Mrs Lybarger who is here from Arkansas visiting her sister, Mrs. F. R Finberg, returned to Clinton on Wednesday after spending a couple of weeks at Ortonville, Rev. S. M. Moe had as a guest over F-" ,ay Pep, C J, Quill of Renville Minn., who preached in the St. Pauli (,u fl In toe Imenoon and in Big Stone church in town in the evening. Mrs. Ann Sweezy has returned to The Odd Fellows of Almond lodge l her home after spending a few days No. 189, entertained the Rebeccas and in Ortonvihe at the home of tAs. bigloh. She is recovering flm the effects of her fall. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ross and Orlle Ross of Ortonville and Mrs. Ella Don- ovan of Farmington, visited in Clio- on on Tuesday and attended the Odd Fellow celebration Tuesday night. David Anderson, who has been em- --To,-ed at F. J. Lewis' auto reoair shop, hag returned from his vacation. e has hmde pmam to open up a busi- ness of his own at Kenmare, N. D. Word received from Irvin Heath and family states that they are well pleas- ed with their work, at Dolan, S. D., where they are comfortably located. Irwin is employed by the telephone ) Co. 'ihe Ladies' Aid of the St. Pauli chur, h will serve lunch at Olson Brothers s.ore during the afternoon and evening, Saturday, November 19. tlot dishes will be served thru the supper hour. , mrs. F. R. Finberg and Mrs. F. H. \\;*a,,s Went Lo Lt,OllVllle on Mon- day to atmnd a tarewell party lor l,rs. hl lot,let wln wa given by ltc LabOel'n Dt,rt al; tile holne O Mrs. o. 2.xLlllgf mabne,vs. The Ladies' Aid held a business a/o(a,y ,xbbiAAtatall. g A14 LOg ae ali- ntma 0azaar and dinner on l/eeember 3 ..,e mbu tah..Ma, a,el,lemt)er Idle a. 1| are invited. Farts have been given out for the home talent play, "'s,ary's ll/IilliOll8,'" oe g,*en oat aJecemoer 16, by 1Xle z-kbnebt .sblaLlon, alg:l the work ]s pugtssing smoothly under the die- On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gusta.8oll enelbillleU V. 'tz,tnt alttt ]  ,t, tly ano barn ricKson anG amily. 'the pleasant occasion was in holler oI IAle cnrlslenlng el mmr in- .DnL SOIl. l,obert t,ee usvalson J. A. Schelt and son James, Ralph ,;ec(ly and w. t. Scot, lelt toe n.st of the week to join Randall brothers' ,shing camp, Ior the wmer, xuey ae now working at Artichoke Lake. .dr Scott will be chief cook for the amp. Owing to the freezing up of the roads, which prevented further work, at present, the Larkin Construction company broke camp and shipped .heir draft horses to the lumber camp in Wimonsin. If the weather permits he work will be completed later by the use of farmers' teams. E. G. Dalseth is making extensive dternatmns and improvements in his house. By adding four large dormers he will have an up-to-date bungalow roof, which will give him four nice "sores m)-stairs. The front bedroom downstairs will be converted into a eception hull and stairway. When completed, Mr. Dalseth will have one f the roomiet and most convenient houses in town. You Can't Go Wrong i eating at the Korner Kafe for our food is prepared with t h e same care day in and day out. Everything Home Cooked from materi- a ls of the best grade. When in town eat with us. The Korner Kale C. A. REI.NHART, Proprietor Clinton, Minn. , i = Thanksgiving Dinner Supplies Every family whose Thanksgiv- ing Dinner comes from this store will have ample reason for being thankful, for each item will be of the finest quality possible to pro- cure. imdted guests a a social evening in their hall on Monday night to cele- brate their thirtieth anniversary. The attendance numbered about 175. A large delegation was present from Or- tonville. An interesting program was given which included talks and r miniscences by J. D. Ross, Albert Sturges, and Fred Pflueger of Orton- ville; Pete Salmonsen of Chokio; and Henry Tyler of Clinton. J. H. Erick- son presented the speakers in his us- ual pleasing manner, Representative J. D. Ross is the only charter member left in this locality and was speaker of honor. Good music made the oc- casion a joyous one. Refreshments were served after which a social dance was enjoyed downstairs by all who wished to participate. Northwest Almond Mrs. Hilmer Anderson and children visite in Ortonville last week. Miss M a r t h a Rothwell visited hool district No. 19 last Thursday. Rev. Johnston ad wife visited at the Jos. Dimberg home last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Swan Erickson home. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Anderson and Mrs. J. C. Johnson were Ortonville shoppers last Saturday. Mrs. Asplund and sols, Edmund and Felix were visitors at the Swan Erickson home last Thursday evening Misses Martha Rothwell and Ella Sander and Elmer Anderson of )r- tonville visited at the Hilmer Ander- son home Sunday. Mr. John Manor and daughters, Mrs. T. M. Wilson, Mrs. Bert Roth- well, Mrs. Harry Hoxtell and Mrs. Herman Kerstein autoe(t to the south- ern part of the state, Friday. They will visit their cousin, Mrs. Dave Long, formerly of this place. AUCTIO ALE $20,000 stock of auto tires, tubes and accessories. Dealers, this is your op- portunity. Sale to be hMd Saturday, Nov. 19th and Monday, Nov. 21st, a' l0 A. M. BLOOM MACHINERY CO., 19|9 University Ave. E., near Prior, St. Paul. Minn. Scandinavian Pictures a t Orpheum Tuesday, Nov'mb'r 2 Lundeen, noted accordian player will play pictures Overhauling Take your car to Wm. ( Overhauling or Repair Work. be in eomoetent hands and the will be right. WM. C UMMENS, Ortonvi Agency for CHEVROLET CARS We Thank the People of Ortonvi and Vicinity for their Liberal age since our opening. We want your business. A visit to our store will convince you that our merchandise is the best. Our prices are the lowest. We can save you money on Leather Vests, Sheep Lined Coats, Mackinaws, Sweaters, Flannel Shirts, Men's Pants, Underwear and Caps. Our goods are all marked at a 30 to 50 Percent Saving for you at MARK'S BARGAIN STOR In building formerly Davison's Harness Shop Ortonville, Minnesota. Money's Worth or Money Back S. D. SALVESON Clinton, Minnesota. O POULTRY FOR THE ,HOLIDAYS Should ke brought in early this week. We require a great amount of TURKEYS, DUCKS, GLESE and HENS. To ke a:sured of ti e BIG PRICE, bring yours early ard ]:efore the market gets loaded avd prices d.rol. Prices we give below are full top value; however, should prices go higher you can earnestly depend on our paying 5 0u ore. DREED POULTRY   TURKEYS No Young Toms and Hens 35C ; rli,' A k : I" Geese, Fat, Faacy 18c No. 1Hens,41bs.up 18c No. 1 Springs 6c Clean, Well 18c Old Cox . . . ". ". Ducks, Dressed... " 2C ,(,. 2 and Cr'L' POULTRY at MARKET PRICES ::emember: Should the market go hiff! er e will Fay rrore. LIVE POULTR:" Springs . . . . 12c Hens, general run 13c Old Roosters . . 9c We can use any amoun't Live or rd I o.itr. TRA Da:s .... . 15c Geese ..... 13c -l'urcys, i i lbs. up 25c _. t.a:,cc m a d e t:romptly Y-S Crtonvillc, Minn.