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from Andet AL, SOCIAL NEWS ITEMS Miiie. night. Harrison of Clinton was here on business. is attending court this week. of Correll visited rel- last Friday. Mattie and Mahlon visitors Saturday. L Hudson is hme from Britton, the balance of the week. girl was born to Mr. and Carlson on November 22. of Akron trans- here Wednesday morn- MUrphy, the cigar man, made trip to Brovrns Valley Fri- Mildred Barr of Valley City, Is visiting her brother S. A. dock at the boat landing was before the heavy fall of funerals have been held at during the past three Ruth Lindig will spend Thurs- the h(me of her parents in J. W. Hausauer will leave for to spend Thanksgiving 5rickson of Rosyln, S. D., the home of his daughter S. Halls. Mrs. Art Sweezy, Mrs. Max Miss Eda Seidl were in Or- A. Larson and Mrs. Alton of Clinton were in town for Tuesday. Gowan, who is teach- spent the week-end here. Michaelson has a posi- operator at the Mid- Minneapolis. Kollitz of Odessa sang a Vesper services held at the Church Sunday. Eggermayer of Twin D., was in town between to do some shopping. at the hospital enjoyed dinner Tuesday. Miss Ag- was guest of honor. ucille Scholberg who is teach- will spend her Thanks- with her mother here. ake Lambert returned the week from a visit at the parents south of Beards- A. Sloane returned to her Ia., after visiting Farrington for veral Mountford who is teach- Falls arrived this ,morn- Will spend her vacation at F. Nitz of Odessa was a shopper at Ortonville and subscribed' for the Inde- Winifred Eldred and expected home for their Thanksgiving Mrs. H. W. Palm will go S. D., on "Turkey" Day of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. of the Child Welfare ))e- Will be held at the home of Lundstrom next Tuesday Welch arrived today tram Spend Thanksgiving at the Mr. and Mrs. W. / Science Club meets at home on Thursday, De- Those desiring to join are Norman will spend Thanks- at the home of his mother aeadquarters are at Es- of the Ortonville Co. is installing a furnaace S. D., and will be there week. Johnson of Appleton ar- to spend the balance ts the guest of her sister Thompson returned from D., where she visited accepted a position at shop. of the M. W. A. are come out Friday, Novem- of officers. By C. F. Counsel. A. L. Sturgis', C. C. Bork and L. B. Q}- a meeting of the Odd at Clinton Mon- H. L. Iverson and ehil- to Litchfield where Mr. a position. While here Was employed in the Co- Shop. ,ires.' modem Thewvrldat peace.earvstsvast; * .lAiItw not l:mu.a moment wit- "" To Offer tald., as in :file pa=tt, t Mrs. Wayne Kelly and children re- turned Saturday from Fargo, N. D., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carl, :- .... Mr, and Mrs. M. M, Johnson left Wednesday noon by auto for Spencer, Iowa to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Johnson's sister. The death of Peter Johnson, aged seventy-eight years, occured at the Raynard Anderson home north of Or- tenville last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Kahler closed their cottage on the Peninsula about ten days ago and are occulDdng their apartments in town. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coderre return- ed Thursday afternoon of last week from an auto trip to Marshall where they visited for a few days. The Ladies' Aid sale of Eids Luth- eran church will be held at the home of Andrew Steen, eleven miles north- east of Ortonville, on Saturday, Nov. Word was received Saturday from Samuel Chapman to friends here that par#lysis last week was slightly bet- ter but that she was still in a serious condition. Word was received here this week that Henry Wiley, formerly of this' city, a brother of the late Fred Wiley, had died at his home in Duluth last Saturday. P. X. Weimerskirch, engineer on.the Minnesota River project, who is lo- cated at Montevideo with the viewers, was a guest at the A. B. Kaercher home Sunday. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold their next meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred Kriesel on the af- ternoon of December 3. Evelvbody invited to attend. Friday evening, November 25 will be obligation night in the Eastern Star. Program and refreshments. All members are urged by the Worthy MatrSn to be there. Mrs. E. W. Marler and Mrs. Igna- tious Foell of Akron were guests at the Jerome Spink home from Satur- day until Monday. The former is a daughter of the Spinks. A family gathelng was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Witt Monday evening to celebrate their twenty-first wedding anniversary. A six o'clock dinner was served Milton Malmquist departed for Ap- pleton, Wis., Friday where he has a position with an orchestra. If he can find suitable quarters Mrs. Malmquist and baby will join him later. Mrs. A. Shandorf left Monday morning for her home at Browns Val- ley after having visited her daugh- ters Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom and 'Mrs. Etta Cochran here for two weeks. Ernest Douglas, son of A. J. Doug- las of Foster, has left for Boise, Idaho, to take up the study of law with the law firm of Richards and Haga, ac- cording to a letter received by his father this week. Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Shelver will have as their guests on Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Shelver's parents, and sister Miss Ida Johnson of Appleton, and Miss Manga Johnson who is teaching at i Hankinson, N. D. Miss Madeline Reyer received word the first of the week that her mother living at Colby, Wis., was seriously ill. Her sister Mrs. Harry Unken of Bellingham departed for there Tues- day and Miss Reyer may leave this week. Mr. and Mrs/A. J. Welch of Hutch- Jason were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert L. McDowell Monday while enroute to their home from Fargo, N. D., where they had been for a short visit. Mrs. Welch is a sister of Mr. McDowell. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lutheran church will hold their an- nual bazaar, Saturday, November 26, commencing at 3:00 p. m., and con- tinuing thruout the afternoon and evening. Home made candy will also be served. People who enjoy good dance music will have a treat on Saturday, Decem- L. B. Olson was at Wheaton and other points north during the past week as agent for the Ridgely Pro- tective association, ;m accident and fife)nsurance, co .any ::whiclx insure s Odd Fellos only. :,:i,,- 26. A cordial invitation is' extended. Twenty-four friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom Satturday evening by by calling on them and helping them celebrate the twelfth an- niversary of their wedding. Cards were played and a splendid lunch l served, after which a set of dishes was presented to the guests of honor. Marriage licenses were issued this week by Clerk of Court Hayden French to the following parties: Al- exandria T. Holmblad of Graceville township and Miss Jennie Marie Carl- son of Malta. Mark H. Holman and Miss Amanda A. Steen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Steen of Odes- sa township. County Agent Roske returned from Auburndale, Wisconsin, this week, with a carload Of fine grade Holstein milk cows, purchased by him for Sor- enson & Olson, Win. Belgard, and A. T. Hopman, of Graceville. Owing to scarcity of money generally prevail-, ing, good dairy cows can be had in 1 Wisconsin at figures around $80.00 at I the present time. I I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McLeod and I daughter Margaret departed for Aber-t deen, S. D., Saturday, closing the Boyd cottage on the Peninsula in which they have been living since the erec- tion of a bungalow on their lots. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod will leave soon for ?alto Beach, Florida, where they have a winter home on Lake Worth. Miss Margaret wilt remain at Aberdeen this season. Thanksgiving nould Mean More Than Mere Feeling of Gratitude for Favors It Is to be regretted that the beauti- ful and appropriate custom of observ- ing a day of Thanksgiving has become associated with an abundance of mate- rial things. If crops have been bounti- ful, if the harvest has been great, if there has been an overflow of the "good" things of earth, and if the times have been peaceful, reasons for thanksgiving are supposed to increase correspondingly. There is something In the outward tradition of Thanksgiving that would appear to Justify this stressing of the importance of material things; but there is also /0methlng in the real Thanksgiving that would demand the stressing of other things, demand the placing of emphasis upon spiritual matters rather than upon conditions which pertain solely to the physical well being of man. The real Thanksgiving demands a feeling of deep g4)preciation for what- ever has come, the acceptance "with equal thanks" of the good fortune or the bad fortune of previous months. This Thanksgiving Is essentially an In. ternal thing--it can be observed re- gardless of what one had for dinner tlmt day, and Its observance is at[ affair that should be open to the rich and the poor of the earth. It may well be that some, on this day of taktng stock and expressing gratitude for blessings, can find little of good that has come to them as the world counts good. But these are the ones for whom Thanksgiving may hold the deepest reality. These may say: "Lord, for life, Its love, Its hope, Its Interest, its opportunity for, service; for the great and durable satisfactions of living that center about home and work; for deep and abiding memories of Joy that bereavement has brought into sharp relief; for all these bless- lags may I be truly thankful." To this prayer may be added by those in prosperity: "And may I be mindful lest In the excess of good things I become self- centered and forget my obligations to my fellow men." Engine Exhaust Heats Water. On a southwestern Michigan farm ber 3, when the famous Dream" Or- chestra will give a dance at the Odd Fellows Hall. Prizes will be given and a real tim is assured to every- attending.  The Forty-seventh wedding anni- :ersary of Mr. and Mrs. George Ches- ley was celebrated'last Saturday. A dinner was given in their honor at the home of their daughter, 12ira. G. A. Powell, at six o'clock to which a few outside guests were invited. A surprise party was tendered Irs. H. J. Shelver Tuesday evening by a number of friends, the occasion being her birthday. The ladies brought some good things to eat with them and presented her with several useful and pretty gifts. Cards were played. Nine young ladies were delightful- ly entertained by Mesdames H. J. Shelver and A. C. Saeger at a four course dinner at the former' home Monday evening. Progressive "500" was played during the evening and a light lunch served at about midnight. the exhaust from the gas engine is used to keep water from freezing. The exhause is discharged into an old hot water tank and from there is conduc- @; LIBRARY NOTES t @ The book sale and display will be on the entire week at the library. See the exhibit. It is for you. Don't for- get the "Story Hour" Saturday at 3:00 p. m. All children are welcome. Parents or gumtians are invited to bring their children. Adults--Mirrors of Washington by Gentleman with a Duster, Mirrors oi Downing Street by Gentleman with a Duster, The Car that Went Abroad by A. B. Paine, Mystic Isles of the South Seas by Frederick O'Brien, Great American Issues by Hammond and Jenks, Conservation of National Resources by Von Hise, Father's Daughter, Gone Stratten-Porter, Sis- ters-In-Law by Gertrude Atherton, Quin by Alice Hogan Rice, Best Stories of 1920 by Frank O'Brien, Alice Adams by Booth Tarkington, Tarzen: t TerribM: by E. R: 'Burroughs, Fbr Boys---BoF Scout Book of. Camp- fire Stories by F. IC Matthews, Con- nie Morgan in the Fur Country by J. B. Hendryx, Threat of Sitting Bull by D. Lang, Raid of the Ottawas by D. Lang, Don Strong of Wolf Patrol by Win. Heyliger, Captain Fair and Square by Win. Heyliger, Against Odds by Win. Heyliger, Side Off by Win. Heyliger, Tam Slade on the Mys- tery Trail by P. K. Fitzhugh, Train- ing for SSports by Walter Camp. For Children--Old Granny Fox by T. W. Burgess, Uncle Wiggley's For- tune by H. H. Garis, Curly Floppy Twistytail, Royal Book of Oz by Frank Baum, Puritan Twins by L. F. Perkins. Another list will follow next week. A Leakless Cooling System. One late fall day Farmer Jones found his friend Brown detaching the hose leading from the radiator to the engine of his farm truck. "What do you propose doing now ?" he asked. "It will soon be time to use anti- freeze, so I'm going to shellac these connections to make them tight. Anti- freeze is too expensive to have it leak away thru loose connections or joints," Brown explained. "But why use shellac? Most anti- freeze contains, alcohol, therefore shellac has little value, as alcohol dis- solves it." "Then what do you suggest?"in- quired Brown. "I melt a small amount of tallow in a pan, adding about one-third part or enough powdered graphite to make a good paste. Too much graphite will make it too hard. This I apply to the hose connection and gaskets. It soft- ens the rubber just enough to make a tight, nonleakable joint when the clamps are tightened. The packing in the water-pump stuffing box I also saturate with it. The drain-cock valve I remove and give a coating of the composition, and the cock itself is removed and its thread given an ap- Bracelet Watches at New Prices Never before such a value--a 15 jewel movement in a 20-year gold filled-case. Watch like cut. ; .. PRICE $18.50 ::  ': PALM, The Jeweler ALUABLES placed in our SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS are safe as mo- dern ingenuity and skill can make them. And in addition to this safety we assure you the utmost in courteous at- tention and service when you visit this Bank. You are most cordially invited to become a user of our vaults and inspect our other departments. III II I I plication of the tallow-graphite mix-I! First National Bank ture. Thus treated, the cooling sys- tem is made proof against aks in-t definitely. The saving of c6stly an- ti-freeze makes it well worth the trouble involved." Brown startd off. "Where are you going now ?" Jones demanded. "To get some tallow," was Brown's ply.--Cotntry Gentleman. Want Ad publicity is valuable pub licity--and costs but a trifle. DREAM Concert and Dance ORCHESTRA of Minneapolis Featuring SOLOS, DUETS and LATE SONG HITS .... WILL PLAY FOR A SPOT- DANCE At i O. O. F. Hall, ORTONVILLE SATURDAY, Dec. 3 With their Original and Up-to-Date Ideas-- Scenery and Light Effects. They've got Something Different for You. INSTRUMENTATION---Piano, Violin, Banjo, Saxa- phone Cornet, Trombone, Xylophone, Bells and Drums. i | :1 DON'T MISS THE FUN ted thr a rectangular frame of pipe TICKETS,I $1.25 INCLUDING WAR TAX ai resting on the bottom of the trough. An elbow over the rim of the tank ' ' e ' "" ' ', permits the exhaust to discharge into the air. " AT THE 4 Big Acts and Movies O RP H E U M Adults 50c and 35 Kids 10 , III I III I [] , , , , I1 " ........ ,,,,,. ....... , ...... iml from Andet AL, SOCIAL NEWS ITEMS Miiie. night. Harrison of Clinton was here on business. is attending court this week. of Correll visited rel- last Friday. Mattie and Mahlon visitors Saturday. L Hudson is hme from Britton, the balance of the week. girl was born to Mr. and Carlson on November 22. of Akron trans- here Wednesday morn- MUrphy, the cigar man, made trip to Brovrns Valley Fri- Mildred Barr of Valley City, Is visiting her brother S. A. dock at the boat landing was before the heavy fall of funerals have been held at during the past three Ruth Lindig will spend Thurs- the h(me of her parents in J. W. Hausauer will leave for to spend Thanksgiving 5rickson of Rosyln, S. D., the home of his daughter S. Halls. Mrs. Art Sweezy, Mrs. Max Miss Eda Seidl were in Or- A. Larson and Mrs. Alton of Clinton were in town for Tuesday. Gowan, who is teach- spent the week-end here. Michaelson has a posi- operator at the Mid- Minneapolis. Kollitz of Odessa sang a Vesper services held at the Church Sunday. Eggermayer of Twin D., was in town between to do some shopping. at the hospital enjoyed dinner Tuesday. Miss Ag- was guest of honor. ucille Scholberg who is teach- will spend her Thanks- with her mother here. ake Lambert returned the week from a visit at the parents south of Beards- A. Sloane returned to her Ia., after visiting Farrington for veral Mountford who is teach- Falls arrived this ,morn- Will spend her vacation at F. Nitz of Odessa was a shopper at Ortonville and subscribed' for the Inde- Winifred Eldred and expected home for their Thanksgiving Mrs. H. W. Palm will go S. D., on "Turkey" Day of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. of the Child Welfare ))e- Will be held at the home of Lundstrom next Tuesday Welch arrived today tram Spend Thanksgiving at the Mr. and Mrs. W. / Science Club meets at home on Thursday, De- Those desiring to join are Norman will spend Thanks- at the home of his mother aeadquarters are at Es- of the Ortonville Co. is installing a furnaace S. D., and will be there week. Johnson of Appleton ar- to spend the balance ts the guest of her sister Thompson returned from D., where she visited accepted a position at shop. of the M. W. A. are come out Friday, Novem- of officers. By C. F. Counsel. A. L. Sturgis', C. C. Bork and L. B. Q}- a meeting of the Odd at Clinton Mon- H. L. Iverson and ehil- to Litchfield where Mr. a position. While here Was employed in the Co- Shop. ,ires.' modem Thewvrldat peace.earvstsvast; * .lAiItw not l:mu.a moment wit- "" To Offer tald., as in :file pa=tt, t Mrs. Wayne Kelly and children re- turned Saturday from Fargo, N. D., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carl, :- .... Mr, and Mrs. M. M, Johnson left Wednesday noon by auto for Spencer, Iowa to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Johnson's sister. The death of Peter Johnson, aged seventy-eight years, occured at the Raynard Anderson home north of Or- tenville last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Kahler closed their cottage on the Peninsula about ten days ago and are occulDdng their apartments in town. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coderre return- ed Thursday afternoon of last week from an auto trip to Marshall where they visited for a few days. The Ladies' Aid sale of Eids Luth- eran church will be held at the home of Andrew Steen, eleven miles north- east of Ortonville, on Saturday, Nov. Word was received Saturday from Samuel Chapman to friends here that par#lysis last week was slightly bet- ter but that she was still in a serious condition. Word was received here this week that Henry Wiley, formerly of this' city, a brother of the late Fred Wiley, had died at his home in Duluth last Saturday. P. X. Weimerskirch, engineer on.the Minnesota River project, who is lo- cated at Montevideo with the viewers, was a guest at the A. B. Kaercher home Sunday. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold their next meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred Kriesel on the af- ternoon of December 3. Evelvbody invited to attend. Friday evening, November 25 will be obligation night in the Eastern Star. Program and refreshments. All members are urged by the Worthy MatrSn to be there. Mrs. E. W. Marler and Mrs. Igna- tious Foell of Akron were guests at the Jerome Spink home from Satur- day until Monday. The former is a daughter of the Spinks. A family gathelng was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Witt Monday evening to celebrate their twenty-first wedding anniversary. A six o'clock dinner was served Milton Malmquist departed for Ap- pleton, Wis., Friday where he has a position with an orchestra. If he can find suitable quarters Mrs. Malmquist and baby will join him later. Mrs. A. Shandorf left Monday morning for her home at Browns Val- ley after having visited her daugh- ters Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom and 'Mrs. Etta Cochran here for two weeks. Ernest Douglas, son of A. J. Doug- las of Foster, has left for Boise, Idaho, to take up the study of law with the law firm of Richards and Haga, ac- cording to a letter received by his father this week. Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Shelver will have as their guests on Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Shelver's parents, and sister Miss Ida Johnson of Appleton, and Miss Manga Johnson who is teaching at i Hankinson, N. D. Miss Madeline Reyer received word the first of the week that her mother living at Colby, Wis., was seriously ill. Her sister Mrs. Harry Unken of Bellingham departed for there Tues- day and Miss Reyer may leave this week. Mr. and Mrs/A. J. Welch of Hutch- Jason were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert L. McDowell Monday while enroute to their home from Fargo, N. D., where they had been for a short visit. Mrs. Welch is a sister of Mr. McDowell. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lutheran church will hold their an- nual bazaar, Saturday, November 26, commencing at 3:00 p. m., and con- tinuing thruout the afternoon and evening. Home made candy will also be served. People who enjoy good dance music will have a treat on Saturday, Decem- L. B. Olson was at Wheaton and other points north during the past week as agent for the Ridgely Pro- tective association, ;m accident and fife)nsurance, co .any ::whiclx insure s Odd Fellos only. :,:i,,- 26. A cordial invitation is' extended. Twenty-four friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom Satturday evening by by calling on them and helping them celebrate the twelfth an- niversary of their wedding. Cards were played and a splendid lunch l served, after which a set of dishes was presented to the guests of honor. Marriage licenses were issued this week by Clerk of Court Hayden French to the following parties: Al- exandria T. Holmblad of Graceville township and Miss Jennie Marie Carl- son of Malta. Mark H. Holman and Miss Amanda A. Steen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Steen of Odes- sa township. County Agent Roske returned from Auburndale, Wisconsin, this week, with a carload Of fine grade Holstein milk cows, purchased by him for Sor- enson & Olson, Win. Belgard, and A. T. Hopman, of Graceville. Owing to scarcity of money generally prevail-, ing, good dairy cows can be had in 1 Wisconsin at figures around $80.00 at I the present time. I I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McLeod and I daughter Margaret departed for Aber-t deen, S. D., Saturday, closing the Boyd cottage on the Peninsula in which they have been living since the erec- tion of a bungalow on their lots. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod will leave soon for ?alto Beach, Florida, where they have a winter home on Lake Worth. Miss Margaret wilt remain at Aberdeen this season. Thanksgiving nould Mean More Than Mere Feeling of Gratitude for Favors It Is to be regretted that the beauti- ful and appropriate custom of observ- ing a day of Thanksgiving has become associated with an abundance of mate- rial things. If crops have been bounti- ful, if the harvest has been great, if there has been an overflow of the "good" things of earth, and if the times have been peaceful, reasons for thanksgiving are supposed to increase correspondingly. There is something In the outward tradition of Thanksgiving that would appear to Justify this stressing of the importance of material things; but there is also /0methlng in the real Thanksgiving that would demand the stressing of other things, demand the placing of emphasis upon spiritual matters rather than upon conditions which pertain solely to the physical well being of man. The real Thanksgiving demands a feeling of deep g4)preciation for what- ever has come, the acceptance "with equal thanks" of the good fortune or the bad fortune of previous months. This Thanksgiving Is essentially an In. ternal thing--it can be observed re- gardless of what one had for dinner tlmt day, and Its observance is at[ affair that should be open to the rich and the poor of the earth. It may well be that some, on this day of taktng stock and expressing gratitude for blessings, can find little of good that has come to them as the world counts good. But these are the ones for whom Thanksgiving may hold the deepest reality. These may say: "Lord, for life, Its love, Its hope, Its Interest, its opportunity for, service; for the great and durable satisfactions of living that center about home and work; for deep and abiding memories of Joy that bereavement has brought into sharp relief; for all these bless- lags may I be truly thankful." To this prayer may be added by those in prosperity: "And may I be mindful lest In the excess of good things I become self- centered and forget my obligations to my fellow men." Engine Exhaust Heats Water. On a southwestern Michigan farm ber 3, when the famous Dream" Or- chestra will give a dance at the Odd Fellows Hall. Prizes will be given and a real tim is assured to every- attending.  The Forty-seventh wedding anni- :ersary of Mr. and Mrs. George Ches- ley was celebrated'last Saturday. A dinner was given in their honor at the home of their daughter, 12ira. G. A. Powell, at six o'clock to which a few outside guests were invited. A surprise party was tendered Irs. H. J. Shelver Tuesday evening by a number of friends, the occasion being her birthday. The ladies brought some good things to eat with them and presented her with several useful and pretty gifts. Cards were played. Nine young ladies were delightful- ly entertained by Mesdames H. J. Shelver and A. C. Saeger at a four course dinner at the former' home Monday evening. Progressive "500" was played during the evening and a light lunch served at about midnight. the exhaust from the gas engine is used to keep water from freezing. The exhause is discharged into an old hot water tank and from there is conduc- @; LIBRARY NOTES t @ The book sale and display will be on the entire week at the library. See the exhibit. It is for you. Don't for- get the "Story Hour" Saturday at 3:00 p. m. All children are welcome. Parents or gumtians are invited to bring their children. Adults--Mirrors of Washington by Gentleman with a Duster, Mirrors oi Downing Street by Gentleman with a Duster, The Car that Went Abroad by A. B. Paine, Mystic Isles of the South Seas by Frederick O'Brien, Great American Issues by Hammond and Jenks, Conservation of National Resources by Von Hise, Father's Daughter, Gone Stratten-Porter, Sis- ters-In-Law by Gertrude Atherton, Quin by Alice Hogan Rice, Best Stories of 1920 by Frank O'Brien, Alice Adams by Booth Tarkington, Tarzen: t TerribM: by E. R: 'Burroughs, Fbr Boys---BoF Scout Book of. Camp- fire Stories by F. IC Matthews, Con- nie Morgan in the Fur Country by J. B. Hendryx, Threat of Sitting Bull by D. Lang, Raid of the Ottawas by D. Lang, Don Strong of Wolf Patrol by Win. Heyliger, Captain Fair and Square by Win. Heyliger, Against Odds by Win. Heyliger, Side Off by Win. Heyliger, Tam Slade on the Mys- tery Trail by P. K. Fitzhugh, Train- ing for SSports by Walter Camp. For Children--Old Granny Fox by T. W. Burgess, Uncle Wiggley's For- tune by H. H. Garis, Curly Floppy Twistytail, Royal Book of Oz by Frank Baum, Puritan Twins by L. F. Perkins. Another list will follow next week. A Leakless Cooling System. One late fall day Farmer Jones found his friend Brown detaching the hose leading from the radiator to the engine of his farm truck. "What do you propose doing now ?" he asked. "It will soon be time to use anti- freeze, so I'm going to shellac these connections to make them tight. Anti- freeze is too expensive to have it leak away thru loose connections or joints," Brown explained. "But why use shellac? Most anti- freeze contains, alcohol, therefore shellac has little value, as alcohol dis- solves it." "Then what do you suggest?"in- quired Brown. "I melt a small amount of tallow in a pan, adding about one-third part or enough powdered graphite to make a good paste. Too much graphite will make it too hard. This I apply to the hose connection and gaskets. It soft- ens the rubber just enough to make a tight, nonleakable joint when the clamps are tightened. The packing in the water-pump stuffing box I also saturate with it. The drain-cock valve I remove and give a coating of the composition, and the cock itself is removed and its thread given an ap- Bracelet Watches at New Prices Never before such a value--a 15 jewel movement in a 20-year gold filled-case. Watch like cut. ; .. PRICE $18.50 ::  ': PALM, The Jeweler ALUABLES placed in our SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS are safe as mo- dern ingenuity and skill can make them. And in addition to this safety we assure you the utmost in courteous at- tention and service when you visit this Bank. You are most cordially invited to become a user of our vaults and inspect our other departments. III II I I plication of the tallow-graphite mix-I! First National Bank ture. Thus treated, the cooling sys- tem is made proof against aks in-t definitely. The saving of c6stly an- ti-freeze makes it well worth the trouble involved." Brown startd off. "Where are you going now ?" Jones demanded. "To get some tallow," was Brown's ply.--Cotntry Gentleman. Want Ad publicity is valuable pub licity--and costs but a trifle. DREAM Concert and Dance ORCHESTRA of Minneapolis Featuring SOLOS, DUETS and LATE SONG HITS .... WILL PLAY FOR A SPOT- DANCE At i O. O. F. Hall, ORTONVILLE SATURDAY, Dec. 3 With their Original and Up-to-Date Ideas-- Scenery and Light Effects. They've got Something Different for You. INSTRUMENTATION---Piano, Violin, Banjo, Saxa- phone Cornet, Trombone, Xylophone, Bells and Drums. i | :1 DON'T MISS THE FUN ted thr a rectangular frame of pipe TICKETS,I $1.25 INCLUDING WAR TAX ai resting on the bottom of the trough. An elbow over the rim of the tank ' ' e ' "" ' ', permits the exhaust to discharge into the air. " AT THE 4 Big Acts and Movies O RP H E U M Adults 50c and 35 Kids 10 , III I III I [] , , , , I1 " ........ ,,,,,. ....... , ...... iml '" LIBRARY NOTE-! Th e book sale anti displa wilbe i: ! SOCIAL o business. Lg urt Coll Friday. y Fri- ll]tired BaT of Valley City, I siting her bther S. A. dock a t the boat landing was just befol the henry fall of fe]s hve been held at during the past thee Rut1 the hme of her paints in W. Hauuer will leave for is to spend Thanksgiving ires. ndriekson of Rosyln, S. D., at the home of his daughter HaHs. Mrs. Art Sweezy, Mrs. Max r Tuesday. Sunda. Eggcayer of was i  h In me shopfin'. :he hospi al enloye Tuesday. Miss Ag- of Beards. S]oane Farrington for P. NJtz of Odessa was a shopper at Ortonvfl]e and enbtbed for the Inde- Wnffll El,ld and peetod home their Thanksgiving I Mrs. H. w. Palm will go s, D., on "Turkey". Day nxt Tuesday ly fram spend Thanksglvlng at the r parents, Thoe desiring to join ' at the home of his mother of the Is installing a fama , D,, and mlU be there ,eek. z Johnn of Appleton at- spend Thempol D., where she come out Friday, No.m- By C. F. Bnrk andL B. Q!- meeting of the Odd to Litehfleld whe Mr a position, While he a employed in the C pcc,he zvczts vast; Hitva not lte.a moment ,ait as in pat. rJu . Wayne Keliy Saturday fm Fargo, N. D., where they were gaests of M. Gay GI, Mr. and Mrs. M, L Johnson [eft Wednesday noon by auto for Spenef'r, Iowa to pend Thanksgiving with Mrs. ster. The death of peter Johnson, aged venty-eight yrs, tenured at the Reynard Andeon home north of Or* their cottage on the Peninsula about ten days ago and a upTing their apnrtmta in town. ed Thursday afteoon of they vlsited for a few days. The Ladies' Aid sale of Eids Luth- a held at he home Sten, of OrtonviUe, on Saturday, Nov. Word w rlved Saturday fm paralysis lt wk was slightly bet- Word was that Henry Wiley, fam,erl cry, a bther of the late Fd Wiley, home in Duluth It Saturday. P. X. Welmerskirch, engineer o.he innesota River pjet, who is I tod at Monteddeo with the viewe, was a guest at the A. B. Kher home Sunday. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid will held their next mtng at the home of Irs. Fd Kriesel on Evelbod Friday evening, obligation night n the a urged by the to be there, Mr E. W. Metier ar I M tlous FII of Akron we guests at the Jerome Sptnk home from Sam] day until Monday. The foyer is daughter of the Spinks. A fity gathering wan held at t and Mrs. George Monday evenln to lebrate twenty first weddln annirsar Milton Maimquist departed for pleton, Wis, Friday whe he has posion with an ohestra. If he ear find suitable quarters M. almquisl and baby will oin hlm later. Mrs, rt onda ornisg I ns Val her daugh Lundstrom Eest Douglas, son of A, J. Don. Ins of Fotcr, h left for Boise, Idaho to take up the study firm of Riehards and Haga, ae cording to a letter eivad by hi ther this v vk Dr and Irs. H. J Shelver ill have guests on Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Shelver'e paints, Ida Johnson of Appleton. and Mange Johnson who s teaching at Hanklnson, N. D. Miss Mleinb Rey, iving at Colby, Wis., was seriously ill Her eter Nr. Harry Unken of BeIIingham departed for day and Miss Reyer may lea Mr. al MrsfA, J. Welch in were guests of Mr. Herber L, Mc )owell Mot enute t tbeh home fm D., where they had been for t. M. Welch MeDoweU. The Ladies' Aid of the naal br, S; cormenei.g at 3:OO p. m., and n- tlnuing thmout the afternoon and evening. Home made ndy will also y, Deoam bet 3, wh the fous Dream o give a d at the Odd prima vl he gin and a real tl is ssured to every- The Fer%,-senth Icy was celebrated It Saturday. A dinner was Wen in thelr honor at the daughter, Ma. G. A. Pell, at six o'nIoek to which a few ouLqlde gaests wer invited. A surprise party was tendered . her bilhday. The ladies some good thing and pretty gifts Cards were played. Nine young ladies were delightful- ty entertained by Mesdames H. J 8helr and A.  Saeger at a foul Monday evening. Progressive "50' aa played during the evening and a lunch rved at about mMnigh L B. Cleon was ether points north duing the past wk as agent for the ltidgely Pro eident ad y vbld jn*reS 26. A cordial invitation isextended. Twenty-four friends surprised Mr. Satturday evening hy by calling on them d helping them ceIebte the twelfth nn- niveary of their wedding, Cards were played and a splendid Ieh seed, fter which a t of dishes to the gests of honor. Mardagv licenses were issued this week by Clerk of Court Hayden Fnch to the following parties: AI- T. Holmhtad of Greenville toshlp d blis Jennie Marls Carl- Mark IL Holmes and Mi AmarMa A. Stash, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Andw Steen of Odn sa to--ship. County Agent Roske turned from Aubudale, Wisconsin, milk cows, purehased by him for Sot- , Wm. Belgard, ad A. T. Hopman, of Granville. Owing to searcity of money generally pvall ing, goal dairy cows n be Wisconsin at figures arourd $8O.OO at the present time. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. MeLeod and daughter Margat departed for Aber- clean, $, D., Saturday, closhg the Boyd taga on the Penlnsta in which they have been living since the ec- tics of a bungalow on their lots. Palm Beach, Florida, whe the a winter home on Lake Worth. Margaret ,11 main ThaqksgNng $1ul Mean More Than Mere Feeling of Gratitude for Favors ful and appropriate custom u a day of Tanksglvmg has beee aet ted th an bundan of mat aZ t rigs If stops have been honntt* f, it the harvest has bn great, If there has bu an overo of "good" things Of rth, nnd If peefn L reasons for nanksglvlng rpondIngly, There Zs n,etmng tn appear to Jtlfy title stressing of the [portance of ter[nl flflzgs; but the Is als methlng In the real Thanksgiving tmg of other thtn, demand the p]adng of emphasis upon splrRunl tvatters ratr than upon condmoua which pertsh solely to the physll The real .Thanksglvmg demands feeling come, the aecept "lh equal thanks" of the good the bad fortune of lc Thin Thankeg[vlng is entlslly  ln- thng--Zt n be gardless of what one had that day, and Its obce Is poor o the earth, It may wen be th*t * on day of taking stock aud nan world counts gd. ones for whom Thsnksg;vmg mn h,ad dest resUty. thee "Lord, for life, Its love, its hope, Its Intense, Its opportunity for service; of living that nter wk; for deep and abiding memories o Joy that bereavement has buzht Into sharp lief; for lugs may i be truly thankful." TO thin prayer may be added by In Dsper It : "And may I be mindful let in the good thIn I become ]f- forget my obllgatloz Engine Exkat Hts Watt. On a sonthstem the ud to kp water fm fzng, The ted th a rtangular frame of pipe sting on the bottom o the tug]L An elbow over the rim of the tank pewits the exhaust to discharge into the air. It is for yon. get the "tory Ho" Saturday at 8:00 p, m. All children bing their children, Adults irrors of W.hington by Dwning Stt b Duster, The Car that Went by A. outh Seas by Frederick O'Brien, )y ltmond and Jenks, Conseation of by Von Hiss, Daughter, Gene Stratten-Porter. Sis by Gertrude Atherton, Qutn by Alice Hegan Rice, Best stories ef lS20 by Frank O'Bfien, Ali Adws by Bth Tarkington. Taken th Terrlb]e by E. P Buoughs, Fbr Boyso fire Stori by F, IC Matthews hie Morgan in the Fur Country by J. B. Hendryx, That of Sitting Bull by D. Lena, Raid of the Ottawas by D. Lena, Don Strong of Wolf Patti b Win. Haytiger, Captmn Fair and Sqnare by Wm. Hey]iger, Against Odds hy Wm Heyliger, Side Off by Win. Heyliger, Tm Sleds on the Mys- tery Trail by P. K. Fazhugh, Tin- il,g for SSports by Walter Camp. For ChildrenwOId Granny Fox by T. W. Burgess, Uncle Wiggley'e For tune by H. H. Garis. Curly Floppy TwstytoiL Royal Book of Oz hy Frank Baum, Puritan Tns by L. F, Perkin weet A Leakless Cli.g System. One late fall day Faer Jones found his friend Bwn detaehing the hose leading engine of his fa tck. "What do you ppoe doing now?" he asked. "It will soon be time to use anti freeze, no I'm going to hell these ght. Anti- th lease connections or joints," B,wn plned. "But why use sbell? eeze eontluns, alcohol, ell k t litt  va ue, s lves it ' "Then what do you suggest?"in- qulred B. a pan, kllng about one-third pa or enough powdered graphite to make a good paste. Too much graphite will make it too haxd. Ths I apply to the ho o.neetion and askets. It soft ens the rubber just enough to make the eomposlUon, and the cock itee] f is a tight, nonleakable johlt when the clamps am tightened. The paekingin the water-pump stuffing box I also saturate with It. The drain-cock valve I move and give a eoath, g of and its tha,l given an ap- plication of the tallow graphite mlx- tu, Thus tted, the eoolng sys tern is made proof against ttaks in- definitely. The savin of estly an- li-fze makes it ll worth the trouble involved." Brown startd off. ]ply.--Ceuntry Cnteman. "Whe are you going new?" Jones demMed. ; "To get some tallow," w Bwn's i" Bracelet Watches at New Prices Never before such a value--a 15 jewel movement in a 20-year gold filled-case Watch tike cut. PRICE $18.50  i PALM, The Jeweler VALUABLES placed in our SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS are safe as mo- dern ingenuity and skill can make them. And in addition to this safety we assure you the utmost in courteous at- tention and service when you visit this Bank. You are most cordially invited to become a user of our vaults and inspect our other departments. First National Bank ORTONYILLE MINNESOTA Want Ad ublieity is valuaMe pub lieity--and costs but a trine. DREAM Concert and Dance ORCHESTRA of Minneapolis Featuring SOLOS, DUETS and LATE SONG HITS WILL PLAY FOB, A SPOT. DANCE At I. O. O. F. Hall, ORTONVILLE SATURDAY, Dec. 3 With their Original and Up-to-Date Ideas-- Scenery and Light Effects. They've got Something Different for You. INSTRUMENTATION---Piano, Violin, Banjo, Saxa- phone Cornet, Trombone, Xylophone, Bells and Drums. TICKETS, $1.25 INCLUDING WAR TAX N N MISS The NEW ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE AT THE ORPHEUM Every Friday Night 4 Big Acts and Movies Adults 50e and 35 Kids 10 from Andet AL, SOCIAL NEWS ITEMS Miiie. night. Harrison of Clinton was here on business. is attending court this week. of Correll visited rel- last Friday. Mattie and Mahlon visitors Saturday. L Hudson is hme from Britton, the balance of the week. girl was born to Mr. and Carlson on November 22. of Akron trans- here Wednesday morn- MUrphy, the cigar man, made trip to Brovrns Valley Fri- Mildred Barr of Valley City, Is visiting her brother S. A. dock at the boat landing was before the heavy fall of funerals have been held at during the past three Ruth Lindig will spend Thurs- the h(me of her parents in J. W. Hausauer will leave for to spend Thanksgiving 5rickson of Rosyln, S. D., the home of his daughter S. Halls. Mrs. Art Sweezy, Mrs. Max Miss Eda Seidl were in Or- A. Larson and Mrs. Alton of Clinton were in town for Tuesday. Gowan, who is teach- spent the week-end here. Michaelson has a posi- operator at the Mid- Minneapolis. Kollitz of Odessa sang a Vesper services held at the Church Sunday. Eggermayer of Twin D., was in town between to do some shopping. at the hospital enjoyed dinner Tuesday. Miss Ag- was guest of honor. ucille Scholberg who is teach- will spend her Thanks- with her mother here. ake Lambert returned the week from a visit at the parents south of Beards- A. Sloane returned to her Ia., after visiting Farrington for veral Mountford who is teach- Falls arrived this ,morn- Will spend her vacation at F. Nitz of Odessa was a shopper at Ortonville and subscribed' for the Inde- Winifred Eldred and expected home for their Thanksgiving Mrs. H. W. Palm will go S. D., on "Turkey" Day of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. of the Child Welfare ))e- Will be held at the home of Lundstrom next Tuesday Welch arrived today tram Spend Thanksgiving at the Mr. and Mrs. W. / Science Club meets at home on Thursday, De- Those desiring to join are Norman will spend Thanks- at the home of his mother aeadquarters are at Es- of the Ortonville Co. is installing a furnaace S. D., and will be there week. Johnson of Appleton ar- to spend the balance ts the guest of her sister Thompson returned from D., where she visited accepted a position at shop. of the M. W. A. are come out Friday, Novem- of officers. By C. F. Counsel. A. L. Sturgis', C. C. Bork and L. B. Q}- a meeting of the Odd at Clinton Mon- H. L. Iverson and ehil- to Litchfield where Mr. a position. While here Was employed in the Co- Shop. ,ires.' modem Thewvrldat peace.earvstsvast; * .lAiItw not l:mu.a moment wit- "" To Offer tald., as in :file pa=tt, t Mrs. Wayne Kelly and children re- turned Saturday from Fargo, N. D., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Carl, :- .... Mr, and Mrs. M. M, Johnson left Wednesday noon by auto for Spencer, Iowa to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Johnson's sister. The death of Peter Johnson, aged seventy-eight years, occured at the Raynard Anderson home north of Or- tenville last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Kahler closed their cottage on the Peninsula about ten days ago and are occulDdng their apartments in town. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coderre return- ed Thursday afternoon of last week from an auto trip to Marshall where they visited for a few days. The Ladies' Aid sale of Eids Luth- eran church will be held at the home of Andrew Steen, eleven miles north- east of Ortonville, on Saturday, Nov. Word was received Saturday from Samuel Chapman to friends here that par#lysis last week was slightly bet- ter but that she was still in a serious condition. Word was received here this week that Henry Wiley, formerly of this' city, a brother of the late Fred Wiley, had died at his home in Duluth last Saturday. P. X. Weimerskirch, engineer on.the Minnesota River project, who is lo- cated at Montevideo with the viewers, was a guest at the A. B. Kaercher home Sunday. The Swedish Lutheran Ladies Aid will hold their next meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred Kriesel on the af- ternoon of December 3. Evelvbody invited to attend. Friday evening, November 25 will be obligation night in the Eastern Star. Program and refreshments. All members are urged by the Worthy MatrSn to be there. Mrs. E. W. Marler and Mrs. Igna- tious Foell of Akron were guests at the Jerome Spink home from Satur- day until Monday. The former is a daughter of the Spinks. A family gathelng was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Witt Monday evening to celebrate their twenty-first wedding anniversary. A six o'clock dinner was served Milton Malmquist departed for Ap- pleton, Wis., Friday where he has a position with an orchestra. If he can find suitable quarters Mrs. Malmquist and baby will join him later. Mrs. A. Shandorf left Monday morning for her home at Browns Val- ley after having visited her daugh- ters Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom and 'Mrs. Etta Cochran here for two weeks. Ernest Douglas, son of A. J. Doug- las of Foster, has left for Boise, Idaho, to take up the study of law with the law firm of Richards and Haga, ac- cording to a letter received by his father this week. Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Shelver will have as their guests on Thanksgiving Day Mrs. Shelver's parents, and sister Miss Ida Johnson of Appleton, and Miss Manga Johnson who is teaching at i Hankinson, N. D. Miss Madeline Reyer received word the first of the week that her mother living at Colby, Wis., was seriously ill. Her sister Mrs. Harry Unken of Bellingham departed for there Tues- day and Miss Reyer may leave this week. Mr. and Mrs/A. J. Welch of Hutch- Jason were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert L. McDowell Monday while enroute to their home from Fargo, N. D., where they had been for a short visit. Mrs. Welch is a sister of Mr. McDowell. The Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lutheran church will hold their an- nual bazaar, Saturday, November 26, commencing at 3:00 p. m., and con- tinuing thruout the afternoon and evening. Home made candy will also be served. People who enjoy good dance music will have a treat on Saturday, Decem- L. B. Olson was at Wheaton and other points north during the past week as agent for the Ridgely Pro- tective association, ;m accident and fife)nsurance, co .any ::whiclx insure s Odd Fellos only. :,:i,,- 26. A cordial invitation is' extended. Twenty-four friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lundstrom Satturday evening by by calling on them and helping them celebrate the twelfth an- niversary of their wedding. Cards were played and a splendid lunch l served, after which a set of dishes was presented to the guests of honor. Marriage licenses were issued this week by Clerk of Court Hayden French to the following parties: Al- exandria T. Holmblad of Graceville township and Miss Jennie Marie Carl- son of Malta. Mark H. Holman and Miss Amanda A. Steen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Steen of Odes- sa township. County Agent Roske returned from Auburndale, Wisconsin, this week, with a carload Of fine grade Holstein milk cows, purchased by him for Sor- enson & Olson, Win. Belgard, and A. T. Hopman, of Graceville. Owing to scarcity of money generally prevail-, ing, good dairy cows can be had in 1 Wisconsin at figures around $80.00 at I the present time. I I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. McLeod and I daughter Margaret departed for Aber-t deen, S. D., Saturday, closing the Boyd cottage on the Peninsula in which they have been living since the erec- tion of a bungalow on their lots. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod will leave soon for ?alto Beach, Florida, where they have a winter home on Lake Worth. Miss Margaret wilt remain at Aberdeen this season. Thanksgiving nould Mean More Than Mere Feeling of Gratitude for Favors It Is to be regretted that the beauti- ful and appropriate custom of observ- ing a day of Thanksgiving has become associated with an abundance of mate- rial things. If crops have been bounti- ful, if the harvest has been great, if there has been an overflow of the "good" things of earth, and if the times have been peaceful, reasons for thanksgiving are supposed to increase correspondingly. There is something In the outward tradition of Thanksgiving that would appear to Justify this stressing of the importance of material things; but there is also /0methlng in the real Thanksgiving that would demand the stressing of other things, demand the placing of emphasis upon spiritual matters rather than upon conditions which pertain solely to the physical well being of man. The real Thanksgiving demands a feeling of deep g4)preciation for what- ever has come, the acceptance "with equal thanks" of the good fortune or the bad fortune of previous months. This Thanksgiving Is essentially an In. ternal thing--it can be observed re- gardless of what one had for dinner tlmt day, and Its observance is at[ affair that should be open to the rich and the poor of the earth. It may well be that some, on this day of taktng stock and expressing gratitude for blessings, can find little of good that has come to them as the world counts good. But these are the ones for whom Thanksgiving may hold the deepest reality. These may say: "Lord, for life, Its love, Its hope, Its Interest, its opportunity for, service; for the great and durable satisfactions of living that center about home and work; for deep and abiding memories of Joy that bereavement has brought into sharp relief; for all these bless- lags may I be truly thankful." To this prayer may be added by those in prosperity: "And may I be mindful lest In the excess of good things I become self- centered and forget my obligations to my fellow men." Engine Exhaust Heats Water. On a southwestern Michigan farm ber 3, when the famous Dream" Or- chestra will give a dance at the Odd Fellows Hall. Prizes will be given and a real tim is assured to every- attending.  The Forty-seventh wedding anni- :ersary of Mr. and Mrs. George Ches- ley was celebrated'last Saturday. A dinner was given in their honor at the home of their daughter, 12ira. G. A. Powell, at six o'clock to which a few outside guests were invited. A surprise party was tendered Irs. H. J. Shelver Tuesday evening by a number of friends, the occasion being her birthday. The ladies brought some good things to eat with them and presented her with several useful and pretty gifts. Cards were played. Nine young ladies were delightful- ly entertained by Mesdames H. J. Shelver and A. C. Saeger at a four course dinner at the former' home Monday evening. Progressive "500" was played during the evening and a light lunch served at about midnight. the exhaust from the gas engine is used to keep water from freezing. The exhause is discharged into an old hot water tank and from there is conduc- @; LIBRARY NOTES t @ The book sale and display will be on the entire week at the library. See the exhibit. It is for you. Don't for- get the "Story Hour" Saturday at 3:00 p. m. All children are welcome. Parents or gumtians are invited to bring their children. Adults--Mirrors of Washington by Gentleman with a Duster, Mirrors oi Downing Street by Gentleman with a Duster, The Car that Went Abroad by A. B. Paine, Mystic Isles of the South Seas by Frederick O'Brien, Great American Issues by Hammond and Jenks, Conservation of National Resources by Von Hise, Father's Daughter, Gone Stratten-Porter, Sis- ters-In-Law by Gertrude Atherton, Quin by Alice Hogan Rice, Best Stories of 1920 by Frank O'Brien, Alice Adams by Booth Tarkington, Tarzen: t TerribM: by E. R: 'Burroughs, Fbr Boys---BoF Scout Book of. Camp- fire Stories by F. IC Matthews, Con- nie Morgan in the Fur Country by J. B. Hendryx, Threat of Sitting Bull by D. Lang, Raid of the Ottawas by D. Lang, Don Strong of Wolf Patrol by Win. Heyliger, Captain Fair and Square by Win. Heyliger, Against Odds by Win. Heyliger, Side Off by Win. Heyliger, Tam Slade on the Mys- tery Trail by P. K. Fitzhugh, Train- ing for SSports by Walter Camp. For Children--Old Granny Fox by T. W. Burgess, Uncle Wiggley's For- tune by H. H. Garis, Curly Floppy Twistytail, Royal Book of Oz by Frank Baum, Puritan Twins by L. F. Perkins. Another list will follow next week. A Leakless Cooling System. One late fall day Farmer Jones found his friend Brown detaching the hose leading from the radiator to the engine of his farm truck. "What do you propose doing now ?" he asked. "It will soon be time to use anti- freeze, so I'm going to shellac these connections to make them tight. Anti- freeze is too expensive to have it leak away thru loose connections or joints," Brown explained. "But why use shellac? Most anti- freeze contains, alcohol, therefore shellac has little value, as alcohol dis- solves it." "Then what do you suggest?"in- quired Brown. "I melt a small amount of tallow in a pan, adding about one-third part or enough powdered graphite to make a good paste. Too much graphite will make it too hard. This I apply to the hose connection and gaskets. It soft- ens the rubber just enough to make a tight, nonleakable joint when the clamps are tightened. The packing in the water-pump stuffing box I also saturate with it. The drain-cock valve I remove and give a coating of the composition, and the cock itself is removed and its thread given an ap- Bracelet Watches at New Prices Never before such a value--a 15 jewel movement in a 20-year gold filled-case. Watch like cut. ; .. PRICE $18.50 ::  ': PALM, The Jeweler ALUABLES placed in our SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS are safe as mo- dern ingenuity and skill can make them. And in addition to this safety we assure you the utmost in courteous at- tention and service when you visit this Bank. You are most cordially invited to become a user of our vaults and inspect our other departments. III II I I plication of the tallow-graphite mix-I! First National Bank ture. Thus treated, the cooling sys- tem is made proof against aks in-t definitely. The saving of c6stly an- ti-freeze makes it well worth the trouble involved." Brown startd off. "Where are you going now ?" Jones demanded. "To get some tallow," was Brown's ply.--Cotntry Gentleman. Want Ad publicity is valuable pub licity--and costs but a trifle. DREAM Concert and Dance ORCHESTRA of Minneapolis Featuring SOLOS, DUETS and LATE SONG HITS .... WILL PLAY FOR A SPOT- DANCE At i O. O. F. Hall, ORTONVILLE SATURDAY, Dec. 3 With their Original and Up-to-Date Ideas-- Scenery and Light Effects. They've got Something Different for You. INSTRUMENTATION---Piano, Violin, Banjo, Saxa- phone Cornet, Trombone, Xylophone, Bells and Drums. i | :1 DON'T MISS THE FUN ted thr a rectangular frame of pipe TICKETS,I $1.25 INCLUDING WAR TAX ai resting on the bottom of the trough. An elbow over the rim of the tank ' ' e ' "" ' ', permits the exhaust to discharge into the air. " AT THE 4 Big Acts and Movies O RP H E U M Adults 50c and 35 Kids 10 , III I III I [] , , , , I1 " ........ ,,,,,. ....... , ...... iml