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AGE 10 ,l i i i ill i qO @ t WANT ADS , 4 WANTED--A good girl to sew in my tabor sho. Joe Bayer. 2.;-1 ]]FOR SALE---Duroc Jersey Boars, Eligible to registry. Walter Hart- son, Ortoaville, Minn., R 1. 28- iL O S T--Automobile license t a' B-112(136. Please return to J. H. Erickson, Clinton, Minn. 28-1 :FOR SALE--Two Shropshire Bucks at. $10.00 each if taken at oJce Pho,e Roy Wellendorf, or write. Address Odessa, Minn., RFD. *28-2 ,hrASHING-Family washing done at reasonable prices. Mrs. Fred Zem- pel, near Ortonville depot; 7OR SALE--Duroc Jersey Boars, eli- :ible to registry. Walter Hanson, R. 3., Ortonville, Minn, 28-4-p THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i THURSDAY, NOVEMBEB ANTED--Man with car to sell low priced GRAHAM Tirs. $130.00 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 1827 Boulevard, Benton Harbor, Michigan. ]FOR SAIE--A Registered Shorthorn Bull; also two grade Bulls. Will sell them cheap if taken soon. For f(n'ther particulars write Mathi, Eide, (linton, Minn. 28 %Y A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf Y.OST--M. W. A. ring with diamon( setting. Lost between Kollitz Mer- cantile Store and Library. Finder please return to Mr. Stotesbury at Koltitz's fer reward, *27-2 FOR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. / *12-tf FOR SALE--Four full-blood White China Geese. Inquire Fred Zempel, near OrtQnville Depot. 'OR SALE--At a bargain. Two sec- ond hand hard coal heaters. M.M. Johnson Furniture Co. 25-If EMSTITCHING--Will do hemstitcb- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L.! Waddans. 27-tf-c OST--Child's home knit mitten, gray wit blue stripe on wrist. Finder !leave at Saeger's Store, or call ' 293-J. .'O :SALE OR TRADE--Two large , type Chester White Spring Boars. Kligible to Registry. Will trade for corn or potatoes. L. J. Bailey, 5 miles west of Clinton, Minn., R. 1. 4qANTED--Clean 56-pound wheat and i buckwheat at the .Mill, Lake View Feed and Mill Co. 28-tf --Ladies' Plush Coat with Coon SkL Collar, bearing dealer's label, Shellers, Watertown, S. D., some- where on road east of Crell three weeks- ago Saturday. Coat con- tained gloves and a purse with some money. Reward of $15 will be paid for information leading to its re- covery. Albert Jacobson, Waubay, S.D. 28-2-p I HAVE TAKEN THE AGENCY or the Jennings Guaranteed Hosiery. I will call on you in a few days. Some real bargains. Jusf what you are looking for. Save me your or- ders. Mrs. Wm. Mills. Clinton Minn. VE WILL SELL you a very good grade of flour at $3.00 per 98-lb. sack, and bran at $19.00 per ton; will grind wheat, corn, rye, and buckwheat into a fine grade of flour and meal at 90 cents for 100 pounds. Lake View Feed & Mill Co. ,O I CHURCH NOTICES Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. SuIlivaa. Mass at 10:30 next Sunday morn- ng, November 20. @ @ Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be no services at Orton- "ille next Sunday morning, November 20. Rev. Walseth will preach at Mil- il)ank. There will be a business meet- ing of the Norwegian Lutheran church in the church at 2:00 o'clock p. fn., ilNovember 24. Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. ubject, "Soul and Body." Wednesday service at 8:00 1. m. All are welcome to these services. Frew 3reading room in tleir hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and ilriday from 3 to 5 p. m @ $ Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. O Divine worship Sunday at 10:30 in the Methodist church. Theme, "The "World of Brotherly Love." Sunday :school at 12:00 m. Graded, and effi- cient teachers. Epworth League at "if:00 o'clock. Subject at 7:45, "The "Week Day Bible School." Prayer and ]Bible Study Thursday evening at 8:00. 'There will ..be mion services in the Methodist church Thanksgiving day at .10:30. Rev. Paul Beekoven of the Congregaiona] church wilt preach the *-.-'erlTIOL J?irst Congregational Church. Tau] J. Boekoven, Pastor Sunday: Morning preaching service, 10:45 a. m. Sermon: "The Life Withoat Fear." Sunday school. 11:5 a. m. There will be no evening set- "vice the coming Sun4ay. Instead -there will be Vesper service at 4:30 :O., rm This servme will be largely .nsical and will include solos, duets, a male quartet and a double mixed quartet. It will be followed by a com- union service and reception of mem- bers. All are especially invited to this esper service. Thursday: Midweek Bible study, 7:45 m. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Sunday evening the Luther League will give a program in the church at 7:30, everybody welc(me. Sunday school meets at 11:00 Sun- day. November 26 the Ladies Aid will hold a bazaar and also serve lunch in the afternoon and evening at the Gain-a-Day Electrical shop. @ @ Uadted Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Odessa-Correll Circuit. Odessa--Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. at 7:30 p. m. This is Young People's meeting open to all. Midweek prayer meeting Wdnesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society, last Thursda of the month at 2:30 p.m. Class in Catechism, every Sat- urday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrellSunday services as follows: Sunday" school at 100 .a.m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. vn. Ladies Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. Next meeting November 17. Akron and Steinle SchoolhouseL- Services discontinued. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 10:00 IN m. Stmday school at 11:00 a.m.K.L.C.E, meeting at 7:30 p. m.' Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services evhry alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services nexl Sun- day, November 6. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House at all hours. They're delicious. With the recklessness of a cowboy, Albert B. Fall, Secretary of the In- terior, joined in with "cowpunchers" and assisted in stemming a buffalo stampede at the buffalo farm in Yel- lowstone Park. Only an expert horse- man would attempt this, as stampeded buffalos become blind with fright and fury and charge at anything. --"Try a Want Ad" APPLES Carload of Fancy Wash- ington Box Apples $1.98 per box while they last Buy them at Alvah I. Matthews' Implement Store KORNER KAFE ORTONVILLE SPECIAL DINNER THANKSGIVING ROAST TOM TURKEY, Cranberry Sauce PRIME RIBS OF BEEF, AU JUS ROAST LEG OF PORK, APPLE SAUCE POTATOES (Cream Whipped or Steamed) BUTTER SQUASH WALDORF SALAD BLACKBERRY PUDDING HOT MINCE PIE PUMPKIN PIE BRICK ICE CREAM COFFEE MILK TEA 1 (- ,,el " . 22 Save Money--Take advantage of the Advertising, / * -' Aluminum Sale Saturday, Nov. 19th, at 2 p. m. i i ) ] Paramount ]0 qt. Aluminum Dish Pans--Made.. seamless, of hard pure Aluminum, polished handles. Each .............................................. 98c Paramotmt 2 qt. Pereulat0rs---Made with French drip liners which ,make the most delicious coffee. Handle pro- tected at bottom so it will not burn off next, to perculator. Each ...... 98e" Paramou4at 10 qt. Aluminum Water Pail--Absolutely clean and sanitary heavy bail with ebonized handle. Each .............................................. 98c t Paramount 10 qt. Aluminum Serving K e t t I e s---Lipped, most attractive shape; deep pattern, riveted ears; re- tinned wire bail. Each .... ..... ........ 98 Paramount 5 qt. Aluminum Wind- sor Kettles with Covers---Made seamless, polished outside, Eboni- zed handle and knobs, ears and side handles riveted. Each ...... 98c luminum Tea Kettle---Made seamless of pure silvery bright aluminum. Ebonized handle and knob. Capacity 4 quarts. Each ................................ 8 Paramount 3 qt. Aluminum Combin- ation/Cookers---A very practical uten- sil. To see it is to want one. Its clean, sanitary surface preserrves the full goodness of the food at all times. Cannot chip, crack or peel and is not affected by foods or fruit acids. Hol- low handle, riveted side handles on up- per dish. Each ................................ 98  } Paramount Aluminum Roasters-- Made seamless, of hard pure Alumin- "urn body and cover to fit snugly, ,re- taining all the juices and preventing shrinkage of meat. Self-basting, 10 inches in diameter, 6 iar, hes high. ]ach .................................................... 98 t 2 p day RememI,er Th00s Sale Starts a . m., Satur , Nov. th i I I I i i i  Tyler's Variety Store / # Ortonville, .'. .'. .'. Mimmsota f / m |! AGE 10 ,l i i i ill i qO @ t WANT ADS , 4 WANTED--A good girl to sew in my tabor sho. Joe Bayer. 2.;-1 ]]FOR SALE---Duroc Jersey Boars, Eligible to registry. Walter Hart- son, Ortoaville, Minn., R 1. 28- iL O S T--Automobile license t a' B-112(136. Please return to J. H. Erickson, Clinton, Minn. 28-1 :FOR SALE--Two Shropshire Bucks at. $10.00 each if taken at oJce Pho,e Roy Wellendorf, or write. Address Odessa, Minn., RFD. *28-2 ,hrASHING-Family washing done at reasonable prices. Mrs. Fred Zem- pel, near Ortonville depot; 7OR SALE--Duroc Jersey Boars, eli- :ible to registry. Walter Hanson, R. 3., Ortonville, Minn, 28-4-p THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i THURSDAY, NOVEMBEB ANTED--Man with car to sell low priced GRAHAM Tirs. $130.00 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 1827 Boulevard, Benton Harbor, Michigan. ]FOR SAIE--A Registered Shorthorn Bull; also two grade Bulls. Will sell them cheap if taken soon. For f(n'ther particulars write Mathi, Eide, (linton, Minn. 28 %Y A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf Y.OST--M. W. A. ring with diamon( setting. Lost between Kollitz Mer- cantile Store and Library. Finder please return to Mr. Stotesbury at Koltitz's fer reward, *27-2 FOR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. / *12-tf FOR SALE--Four full-blood White China Geese. Inquire Fred Zempel, near OrtQnville Depot. 'OR SALE--At a bargain. Two sec- ond hand hard coal heaters. M.M. Johnson Furniture Co. 25-If EMSTITCHING--Will do hemstitcb- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L.! Waddans. 27-tf-c OST--Child's home knit mitten, gray wit blue stripe on wrist. Finder !leave at Saeger's Store, or call ' 293-J. .'O :SALE OR TRADE--Two large , type Chester White Spring Boars. Kligible to Registry. Will trade for corn or potatoes. L. J. Bailey, 5 miles west of Clinton, Minn., R. 1. 4qANTED--Clean 56-pound wheat and i buckwheat at the .Mill, Lake View Feed and Mill Co. 28-tf --Ladies' Plush Coat with Coon SkL Collar, bearing dealer's label, Shellers, Watertown, S. D., some- where on road east of Crell three weeks- ago Saturday. Coat con- tained gloves and a purse with some money. Reward of $15 will be paid for information leading to its re- covery. Albert Jacobson, Waubay, S.D. 28-2-p I HAVE TAKEN THE AGENCY or the Jennings Guaranteed Hosiery. I will call on you in a few days. Some real bargains. Jusf what you are looking for. Save me your or- ders. Mrs. Wm. Mills. Clinton Minn. VE WILL SELL you a very good grade of flour at $3.00 per 98-lb. sack, and bran at $19.00 per ton; will grind wheat, corn, rye, and buckwheat into a fine grade of flour and meal at 90 cents for 100 pounds. Lake View Feed & Mill Co. ,O I CHURCH NOTICES Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. SuIlivaa. Mass at 10:30 next Sunday morn- ng, November 20. @ @ Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be no services at Orton- "ille next Sunday morning, November 20. Rev. Walseth will preach at Mil- il)ank. There will be a business meet- ing of the Norwegian Lutheran church in the church at 2:00 o'clock p. fn., ilNovember 24. Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. ubject, "Soul and Body." Wednesday service at 8:00 1. m. All are welcome to these services. Frew 3reading room in tleir hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and ilriday from 3 to 5 p. m @ $ Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. O Divine worship Sunday at 10:30 in the Methodist church. Theme, "The "World of Brotherly Love." Sunday :school at 12:00 m. Graded, and effi- cient teachers. Epworth League at "if:00 o'clock. Subject at 7:45, "The "Week Day Bible School." Prayer and ]Bible Study Thursday evening at 8:00. 'There will ..be mion services in the Methodist church Thanksgiving day at .10:30. Rev. Paul Beekoven of the Congregaiona] church wilt preach the *-.-'erlTIOL J?irst Congregational Church. Tau] J. Boekoven, Pastor Sunday: Morning preaching service, 10:45 a. m. Sermon: "The Life Withoat Fear." Sunday school. 11:5 a. m. There will be no evening set- "vice the coming Sun4ay. Instead -there will be Vesper service at 4:30 :O., rm This servme will be largely .nsical and will include solos, duets, a male quartet and a double mixed quartet. It will be followed by a com- union service and reception of mem- bers. All are especially invited to this esper service. Thursday: Midweek Bible study, 7:45 m. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Sunday evening the Luther League will give a program in the church at 7:30, everybody welc(me. Sunday school meets at 11:00 Sun- day. November 26 the Ladies Aid will hold a bazaar and also serve lunch in the afternoon and evening at the Gain-a-Day Electrical shop. @ @ Uadted Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Odessa-Correll Circuit. Odessa--Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. at 7:30 p. m. This is Young People's meeting open to all. Midweek prayer meeting Wdnesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society, last Thursda of the month at 2:30 p.m. Class in Catechism, every Sat- urday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrellSunday services as follows: Sunday" school at 100 .a.m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. vn. Ladies Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. Next meeting November 17. Akron and Steinle SchoolhouseL- Services discontinued. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 10:00 IN m. Stmday school at 11:00 a.m.K.L.C.E, meeting at 7:30 p. m.' Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services evhry alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services nexl Sun- day, November 6. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House at all hours. They're delicious. With the recklessness of a cowboy, Albert B. Fall, Secretary of the In- terior, joined in with "cowpunchers" and assisted in stemming a buffalo stampede at the buffalo farm in Yel- lowstone Park. Only an expert horse- man would attempt this, as stampeded buffalos become blind with fright and fury and charge at anything. --"Try a Want Ad" APPLES Carload of Fancy Wash- ington Box Apples $1.98 per box while they last Buy them at Alvah I. Matthews' Implement Store KORNER KAFE ORTONVILLE SPECIAL DINNER THANKSGIVING ROAST TOM TURKEY, Cranberry Sauce PRIME RIBS OF BEEF, AU JUS ROAST LEG OF PORK, APPLE SAUCE POTATOES (Cream Whipped or Steamed) BUTTER SQUASH WALDORF SALAD BLACKBERRY PUDDING HOT MINCE PIE PUMPKIN PIE BRICK ICE CREAM COFFEE MILK TEA 1 (- ,,el " . 22 Save Money--Take advantage of the Advertising, / * -' Aluminum Sale Saturday, Nov. 19th, at 2 p. m. i i ) ] Paramount ]0 qt. Aluminum Dish Pans--Made.. seamless, of hard pure Aluminum, polished handles. Each .............................................. 98c Paramotmt 2 qt. Pereulat0rs---Made with French drip liners which ,make the most delicious coffee. Handle pro- tected at bottom so it will not burn off next, to perculator. Each ...... 98e" Paramou4at 10 qt. Aluminum Water Pail--Absolutely clean and sanitary heavy bail with ebonized handle. Each .............................................. 98c t Paramount 10 qt. Aluminum Serving K e t t I e s---Lipped, most attractive shape; deep pattern, riveted ears; re- tinned wire bail. Each .... ..... ........ 98 Paramount 5 qt. Aluminum Wind- sor Kettles with Covers---Made seamless, polished outside, Eboni- zed handle and knobs, ears and side handles riveted. Each ...... 98c luminum Tea Kettle---Made seamless of pure silvery bright aluminum. Ebonized handle and knob. Capacity 4 quarts. Each ................................ 8 Paramount 3 qt. Aluminum Combin- ation/Cookers---A very practical uten- sil. To see it is to want one. Its clean, sanitary surface preserrves the full goodness of the food at all times. Cannot chip, crack or peel and is not affected by foods or fruit acids. Hol- low handle, riveted side handles on up- per dish. Each ................................ 98  } Paramount Aluminum Roasters-- Made seamless, of hard pure Alumin- "urn body and cover to fit snugly, ,re- taining all the juices and preventing shrinkage of meat. Self-basting, 10 inches in diameter, 6 iar, hes high. ]ach .................................................... 98 t 2 p day RememI,er Th00s Sale Starts a . m., Satur , Nov. th i I I I i i i  Tyler's Variety Store / # Ortonville, .'. .'. .'. Mimmsota f / m |! use SUSJECTTO LICE"E AGREEME"T.RSPODUCTIO" DISSEMI"ATIO" STAGE DISTRISUTIO" PROHISITED IPAGE 10 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT [ quartet. It will be followl by a eom-[ Johnn--Pachhg is evhlT[ With the ekle e of a cowboy, WANT ADS , [! ................ .reptlo.u of men-[ ............. 00 .... [ ....................... he in 1 er Allaeplallyl tedt t]ds ' --- o . , n , o @ @ @ terlo, joined m wLth 'eowpunchem Tv'ANTEI) A good glrl to sew in my esper rvlce. Fhuday: Mldweek an;{ ss-ted te - I ]or lo , Joe Bayer 2.1 Bible study, 7:4g p.m. Elds Luthau Church ' Is m s mmmg a uffa e FOR. SALE--Duroc Jersey Boars,[ Zion Lutheran Churel% I Ray 8 bl Moe of C uteri Pastor. n y an xpe orsc- "" " ........ ] Rev. Aao d Ne n, Pastor. ] lhe 11 be no servlces next, Sun- , ' Aiglb]e to reglsthy. Waiter Hall- ,, . . man would attempt thls as stt LOT Automobile license tag' will give a pgram in the ehuh at I nry n rg , r g. R-t286. Please turn to J H. 7:30, everybody welcm I ~ Erickson, Clinton, Minn 28-1 Sunda Tbey'l delicious --"Try  Wal Ad" day. November 26 the Ladies Aid ]FOR SAf.b-Two Shpshire Bucks ill hold a bazaar and also rve lunch aC $1000 each If taken at once in the afternoon aml evening at the Phone Roy Wenendorf, or wrte GMn-a-Day ElectlScal shop Addle Odessa, Minn., RFD. *  ASHINCFIly washlng done at Uldtd Evngelical Cheek F. V. Acre, Pator. reasonable pri M. Fred Zero- Odessa-Cecil Cluit. POL near Ortonville depot. FOR SAl,--Dume ffery Boars, eli- Pehing at I0:00  m. K, L C. E. ible to gistry. Walter Hon R. at 7:30 p.  This is Yg People's 8., 0rtonv]le, tinu. 28-4-p meeting open to all. meeting Wdnesday elfing at 7:8O Woman's Missionary Society, priced GRAHAM Tls. $130.00 per last ThurMa of the month wk and eommSsion p, m. Class in Catechism, every TIRE CO., 1827 Boelerd, Benton urday ateoon at 2:O0 o'elk. Harbor, Michigan. Corll--unday eiee  foLIow: Sunday schooL at 100 . m. Bull; so two gde Bulls. Will h,g at 7:0 p.  LacUes Aid mts s511 them cheap ff taken sn. For ery two wks on Thursday after- fm'ther areula write Mathl Next meeting FAde, lInton, Minn. Akin and Steinle Sehoohousd-- IW A N T E DLadies' and Tailor Shop. A. W. Yog, p- Th e Ch of llahl. prletor. . *12-tf Ultcd Evangelical m. Pv. $. 1 Mayne, Pator setting, Big Stone City--Preaehin; eantile Stre and Library at lO:OO . m. Slmday please lturn to r. StoLes]tory at a.m. ILL  E. meeting at 7:30 p. Kollitz's for ard *27-2 m. PteJng Prar mting and ]FOR SALE--Ladies' ery Weesday evening ored ,%lit for le at the City Tail- 8:00 p. lm or Shop. FOR SALE--Four )uil-blood China Geeg. Inquire Fred 7mpel, uar OlQnvlle Depot. FOR ALE--At a bargain. end hand hd coa hte. Johnson Furnttu Co SEMSTITCHING--Will in at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. I, Waddans. 27--c ith blue tripe on wri , leave at Saucer's Store, 293. ]FCI SALE ,type Cluster White Spring ' gligible to Regtry eoru or potatoes. L, J. Bailey, mile west of Clinton, Iuu, R. L l bkwheat at the .Mill, lke Vew "Feed and Mill Co. T--Ladiea' Plush Ct with ( Collar, bearing dealer's Shelers, Watertown,, where on road east at weeks.ago Saturday. Coat eon- talned glows and a ps with ome money. Rewar of $15 lL be for 8. D. ! IlAVE TAKEN THE AGENCYor th Jennlags Gnteed Hosiery. I will eaIl on you in a few day. 8o al bargains. Jufwhat you are looking for. ders. Mrs. Win. MII Mnn .VE WILL SELL you a very good gin,be f our at $8.O0 per 98-b. k, and bran at $19.00 per ton; wll grind wheat, eo, rye, and bkwheat into a fine grade of our and mal a 90 cents for 100 ponnds. Lake View Feed & MII Co. 28-t " CHURCH NOTICES Church ef St. Joh Itev. Fr, J. A. Sulliv Ms at mg, ovember 20. * NurOegian Luther Ray. ft. Walseth, Pator. There will be no rqees at ",ille xt 8utuday moing, No.tuber  lv. Walth will prh at Mil- .lug of th Noe#an Lutha church m tl ehureh at 2:O0 o'deek p. ., ovem/r 24. Sunday k, ea at 10:4  we/come t tiws s,dce Fr arcadln rm In tilr hall (Shakr ldg). 0  every y  Mt4hadkt Eplepal, Dlu rs aurwo %nday at 10:30 in . et,-.,. .,,. "The . Vorld o Rrothly Love." Sunday heOl at 12:00 m. Graded. m*d em- rnt teacher& Eporth League at L00 o'clk. Subjt at 7:45, "The %Veek I)ny Bible School." Prayer d BIble Study Thursday evealng a 8:00, Hethodist ehuh Thanvlng dayat -oa a w ph the rPaul L "Boekoven. patr -- Sunday: Morning pr ebiaee 10:45 m m. 8: "The Lif "Wtthot Fear." APPLES Carload of Fancy Wash- ington Box Apples $1.98 per box while they last Buy them at Alvah I. Matthews' Implement Store KORNER KAFE ORTONVILLE SPECIAL DINNER THANKSGIVING ROAST TOM TURKEY, Cranbey Sau pRlAE RIBS OF BEEF, AU JUS ROAST LEG OF PORK, APPLE SAUCE POTATOES (Cam W]lipped or Steamed) BU'I'ER SQUASH WALDORF SALAD BLACKBERRY PUDDING HOT MINCE PIE pUMpKIN PIE BRICK ICE CREAM COFFEE MILK TEA k, Save Money--Take advantage of the Advertising. ,=; ' 7-  .................... - ' ........... J-- ---  ' / 98 -- Aluminum Sale -, 98 ,: Saturday, Nov. 1900, at 2 p. m, Paramot 0 qt. Alatnlaum Dish Pan--Made.. seamier, of hard pu Aluminum, polished handles. Eh .................................... 7"" 98 Pmrlmsmmt 10 qt. Aluminum Wat Paib--Ablutety CLean and itary heavy bdl with ebouized hnle Each .............................................. 98 Paramomt 2 qt. PerculatetMade with French dtSp line which nake the most deliciouseoff. Handle p- Pantmount 5 qt. Aluminum Wind- tted at bottom so it will not bur r Kettl with Cool--Made off nexto pealator. Each ...... 98 amtess, polished outside. Eboni- zed handle d knobs, ea and side handles riveted. Faeh.._.. 98e Ptramot 1o qt. Aluminum 8evhaff KettleLipped, most attraeve shape; deep pattern, riveted ea: re- .lumlnam T Kettle--Made seamless of-pure silvery bright aluminur Ebonld handle and knob. Capacity tinned wire ball Each .........L*..... e 4 quartm Each ............................... h Paramt ] qt. Aluminum Cmba- a iewCookerA very practical uten- sil. To  it is to nt oe. ItS dean sanitary surf preserrves the fu 1 gooduess of the food at all times- Cannot chip, cek or peel d is not affected by foods or frmt ds. Hal- low handle, riveted side hdLes on ut per dish. Each ................................ 996 Payment Made amee, o! hard 'm body mad cor to fit mugly,.re" talldug all the juiee and preventing ahrlnkage of meat. Self-basting, 10hi Inches iu dlameb'r, 6 iashea high. Eh ......................... , ........................ t&e Remember This Sale Starts at 2 p. m., Saturday, Nov. 19th , Tyler's Variety Store Ortonville, : .'. .'. .'. Minnesota aart Oral AGE 10 ,l i i i ill i qO @ t WANT ADS , 4 WANTED--A good girl to sew in my tabor sho. Joe Bayer. 2.;-1 ]]FOR SALE---Duroc Jersey Boars, Eligible to registry. Walter Hart- son, Ortoaville, Minn., R 1. 28- iL O S T--Automobile license t a' B-112(136. Please return to J. H. Erickson, Clinton, Minn. 28-1 :FOR SALE--Two Shropshire Bucks at. $10.00 each if taken at oJce Pho,e Roy Wellendorf, or write. Address Odessa, Minn., RFD. *28-2 ,hrASHING-Family washing done at reasonable prices. Mrs. Fred Zem- pel, near Ortonville depot; 7OR SALE--Duroc Jersey Boars, eli- :ible to registry. Walter Hanson, R. 3., Ortonville, Minn, 28-4-p THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i THURSDAY, NOVEMBEB ANTED--Man with car to sell low priced GRAHAM Tirs. $130.00 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 1827 Boulevard, Benton Harbor, Michigan. ]FOR SAIE--A Registered Shorthorn Bull; also two grade Bulls. Will sell them cheap if taken soon. For f(n'ther particulars write Mathi, Eide, (linton, Minn. 28 %Y A N T E D--Ladies' and Gents' clothes to clean and press. City Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- prietor. *12-tf Y.OST--M. W. A. ring with diamon( setting. Lost between Kollitz Mer- cantile Store and Library. Finder please return to Mr. Stotesbury at Koltitz's fer reward, *27-2 FOR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- or Shop. / *12-tf FOR SALE--Four full-blood White China Geese. Inquire Fred Zempel, near OrtQnville Depot. 'OR SALE--At a bargain. Two sec- ond hand hard coal heaters. M.M. Johnson Furniture Co. 25-If EMSTITCHING--Will do hemstitcb- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L.! Waddans. 27-tf-c OST--Child's home knit mitten, gray wit blue stripe on wrist. Finder !leave at Saeger's Store, or call ' 293-J. .'O :SALE OR TRADE--Two large , type Chester White Spring Boars. Kligible to Registry. Will trade for corn or potatoes. L. J. Bailey, 5 miles west of Clinton, Minn., R. 1. 4qANTED--Clean 56-pound wheat and i buckwheat at the .Mill, Lake View Feed and Mill Co. 28-tf --Ladies' Plush Coat with Coon SkL Collar, bearing dealer's label, Shellers, Watertown, S. D., some- where on road east of Crell three weeks- ago Saturday. Coat con- tained gloves and a purse with some money. Reward of $15 will be paid for information leading to its re- covery. Albert Jacobson, Waubay, S.D. 28-2-p I HAVE TAKEN THE AGENCY or the Jennings Guaranteed Hosiery. I will call on you in a few days. Some real bargains. Jusf what you are looking for. Save me your or- ders. Mrs. Wm. Mills. Clinton Minn. VE WILL SELL you a very good grade of flour at $3.00 per 98-lb. sack, and bran at $19.00 per ton; will grind wheat, corn, rye, and buckwheat into a fine grade of flour and meal at 90 cents for 100 pounds. Lake View Feed & Mill Co. ,O I CHURCH NOTICES Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. SuIlivaa. Mass at 10:30 next Sunday morn- ng, November 20. @ @ Norwegian Lutheran. Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. There will be no services at Orton- "ille next Sunday morning, November 20. Rev. Walseth will preach at Mil- il)ank. There will be a business meet- ing of the Norwegian Lutheran church in the church at 2:00 o'clock p. fn., ilNovember 24. Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. ubject, "Soul and Body." Wednesday service at 8:00 1. m. All are welcome to these services. Frew 3reading room in tleir hall (Shumaker building). Open every Tuesday and ilriday from 3 to 5 p. m @ $ Methodist Episcopal. Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor. O Divine worship Sunday at 10:30 in the Methodist church. Theme, "The "World of Brotherly Love." Sunday :school at 12:00 m. Graded, and effi- cient teachers. Epworth League at "if:00 o'clock. Subject at 7:45, "The "Week Day Bible School." Prayer and ]Bible Study Thursday evening at 8:00. 'There will ..be mion services in the Methodist church Thanksgiving day at .10:30. Rev. Paul Beekoven of the Congregaiona] church wilt preach the *-.-'erlTIOL J?irst Congregational Church. Tau] J. Boekoven, Pastor Sunday: Morning preaching service, 10:45 a. m. Sermon: "The Life Withoat Fear." Sunday school. 11:5 a. m. There will be no evening set- "vice the coming Sun4ay. Instead -there will be Vesper service at 4:30 :O., rm This servme will be largely .nsical and will include solos, duets, a male quartet and a double mixed quartet. It will be followed by a com- union service and reception of mem- bers. All are especially invited to this esper service. Thursday: Midweek Bible study, 7:45 m. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Sunday evening the Luther League will give a program in the church at 7:30, everybody welc(me. Sunday school meets at 11:00 Sun- day. November 26 the Ladies Aid will hold a bazaar and also serve lunch in the afternoon and evening at the Gain-a-Day Electrical shop. @ @ Uadted Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. Odessa-Correll Circuit. Odessa--Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. at 7:30 p. m. This is Young People's meeting open to all. Midweek prayer meeting Wdnesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society, last Thursda of the month at 2:30 p.m. Class in Catechism, every Sat- urday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrellSunday services as follows: Sunday" school at 100 .a.m. Preach- ing at 7:30 p. vn. Ladies Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after- noon at 2:30 o'clock. Next meeting November 17. Akron and Steinle SchoolhouseL- Services discontinued. The Church of Good Fellowship. United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 10:00 IN m. Stmday school at 11:00 a.m.K.L.C.E, meeting at 7:30 p. m.' Preaching services at 8:00 p. m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson--Preaching services evhry alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. Eids Lutheran Church (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonville) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services nexl Sun- day, November 6. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House at all hours. They're delicious. With the recklessness of a cowboy, Albert B. Fall, Secretary of the In- terior, joined in with "cowpunchers" and assisted in stemming a buffalo stampede at the buffalo farm in Yel- lowstone Park. Only an expert horse- man would attempt this, as stampeded buffalos become blind with fright and fury and charge at anything. --"Try a Want Ad" APPLES Carload of Fancy Wash- ington Box Apples $1.98 per box while they last Buy them at Alvah I. Matthews' Implement Store KORNER KAFE ORTONVILLE SPECIAL DINNER THANKSGIVING ROAST TOM TURKEY, Cranberry Sauce PRIME RIBS OF BEEF, AU JUS ROAST LEG OF PORK, APPLE SAUCE POTATOES (Cream Whipped or Steamed) BUTTER SQUASH WALDORF SALAD BLACKBERRY PUDDING HOT MINCE PIE PUMPKIN PIE BRICK ICE CREAM COFFEE MILK TEA 1 (- ,,el " . 22 Save Money--Take advantage of the Advertising, / * -' Aluminum Sale Saturday, Nov. 19th, at 2 p. m. i i ) ] Paramount ]0 qt. Aluminum Dish Pans--Made.. seamless, of hard pure Aluminum, polished handles. Each .............................................. 98c Paramotmt 2 qt. Pereulat0rs---Made with French drip liners which ,make the most delicious coffee. Handle pro- tected at bottom so it will not burn off next, to perculator. Each ...... 98e" Paramou4at 10 qt. Aluminum Water Pail--Absolutely clean and sanitary heavy bail with ebonized handle. Each .............................................. 98c t Paramount 10 qt. Aluminum Serving K e t t I e s---Lipped, most attractive shape; deep pattern, riveted ears; re- tinned wire bail. Each .... ..... ........ 98 Paramount 5 qt. Aluminum Wind- sor Kettles with Covers---Made seamless, polished outside, Eboni- zed handle and knobs, ears and side handles riveted. Each ...... 98c luminum Tea Kettle---Made seamless of pure silvery bright aluminum. Ebonized handle and knob. Capacity 4 quarts. Each ................................ 8 Paramount 3 qt. Aluminum Combin- ation/Cookers---A very practical uten- sil. To see it is to want one. Its clean, sanitary surface preserrves the full goodness of the food at all times. Cannot chip, crack or peel and is not affected by foods or fruit acids. Hol- low handle, riveted side handles on up- per dish. Each ................................ 98  } Paramount Aluminum Roasters-- Made seamless, of hard pure Alumin- "urn body and cover to fit snugly, ,re- taining all the juices and preventing shrinkage of meat. Self-basting, 10 inches in diameter, 6 iar, hes high. ]ach .................................................... 98 t 2 p day RememI,er Th00s Sale Starts a . m., Satur , Nov. th i I I I i i i  Tyler's Variety Store / # Ortonville, .'. .'. .'. Mimmsota f / m |!