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NOVEMBER 24, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i r ' i The Farmers Corner DEVOTED ESPECIALLY TO THE A42TIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. P001 Doubles Size In One Year To Growers From Co-opera- tive Sales Average Larger Than Local Price. who marketed wool of quality thru the national farm pool last year received net re- considerably higher thau .he offered by local buyer, accord- a report prepared today by the Farm. Bureau federation various county wool growers as- review is based on leports from bureaus and we ,1 growel as- and from the national pc;C It shows: Almost twice as much wool is pooled this year by American as was pooled last year. Last 14,750,000 pounds were pooled; the records of the American Bureau Federation show 27,- pounds pooled. Farmers in 22 states are pooling ,ear; last year only 11 states pooling. prices offered last year by buyers ranged from  to 13 cents with many counties reporting Wool in the national p,ol sold at 17 to 29 centu a poun:l. The net return to the growers in Minnesota county, aken at ran- was 19.2 cents, or more than sev- above the .werage local bids. county's wool asso/ntion re- no local buyers available. The average price (;Ifered local- Minnesota this year i:; 12.: cents the national oool ]a.'.t week the sale of 209,000 p.unds of and Sout.h Dakota vool of grade a': 20 rent.. In 12 Minnesota . u,lties, fa,mers shipping 49000 poun'Js x(ol to to be made ,nto garmert f,,r famili. average price offered locally this year is 12.3 cents a the national pool last week re- the sale of 200,000 pounds of and South Dakota wool of grade at 20 cents. In 12 Minnesota counties, farmers shipping 49,000 pounds wool to to be made into garments for families. CAREFUL OF "STRAW" IS RNING OF WEED INSPECTOR has been called to the fact potato shippers are using straw cars in which potatoes are be- shipped, C. P. Bull, state weed writes, and farmers and are cautioned against the use in making shipments where is needed for lining of cars. to the fact that straw thus from the Red River Valley is likely to contain sow thistle the matter is of importance, Bull states, and the result is ob- When these cars are billed to parts of Minnesota and other the straw is scattered from the at the unloading points and the bags are likely to harbour seeds which become scattered produce plants for new infesta- it is claimed, and the practise be discontinued from sections such dangerous weeds are in issued by Mr. Bull are "The state is now trying the spread of noxious weeds. work necessarily incurs expense. us not enhance the spread of is and add to the expense by methods. County agents teachers, bankers and all other interested or who shall be should call attention to this and advise shippers against use of straw and urge the use of Marsh hay which is usually 10O per cent free of weed should be used instead. who buy should request that be used to "bed' 'the cars. No one to see these weed pests scat- freely, but we all are, at times, of acting without thought of Possible consequences ......... Sow and Canada Thistles have cost us much loss of crops, of production and inconvenience. its not add to these, but on the! hand, use every precaution tel the further spread of these weeds." STOCK REQUIRE SALT. is required by all animals. The Department of Agriculture says dairy cow requires an ounce a day, and while she should all she wants, she should not to take more than she wants. best, therefore, to give only a quantity on the feed, and to rock salt in the boxes in the where the stock can lick it at waste too much paper," said how can I economize ?" writing on both sides." you won't accept stories writ- m both sides of the sheet." know, but you'd'save paper just Stock Runs Fall Off; Market Off All Classes of Stock Move at Steady To Slightly Higher Rates. Best Grass Beeves $6.00. Creameries Robbed Monday's Closing-- Cattle 7,900. Market closing strong Bandits to slightly higher. No good or choice By Butter cornfeds here, best grass beeves $6.00. Calves 600. Market closing steady, bulk best lights to packers $6.50, bulk Central Association Warns Co-opera- $6.15 to $6.75, bulk desirable pigs tires To Be On Guard Against $7.25, some $7.50. Sheep 6,400. Mar- Thieves. ket steady to strong, bulk good fat lambs $8.00, choice Dakotas up to An organized gang of "butter ban- $8.50, bulk best ewes $3.00. dits" is robbing Minnesota co-opera- South St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 21, 1921: tive creameries, according to a warn- --Producers are taking the prope, ing sent out by the Minnesota Co-op- course this week in cutting down re- erative Creameries association, Inc. ceipts, as this is usually a week of Creameries thruout the state were dull livestock markets on account of urged to be on guard against the the thanksgiving holiday. The falling thieves, off in receipts today acted as a tonic The warning was issued following in all branches of the trade and all the theft of 1,100 pounds of butter classes sold on a steady to strong and from a Chisago county co-operative in same cases slightly higher basis. creamery, one of the first to join the Part loads Of best grass beeves here state organization. The central as- today sold from $5.70 to $6.00, with sociation immediately notified sher-, a seven-load string of South Dakotas iffs and police officers in adjoining averaging around 1190 pounds going counties, the twin cities and Duluth, to packers at $5.50, bulk between this and took up the case with a detective price and $4.75, and a few commoner agency, ones down around $4.25. Butcher she The thieves are believed to be con- stock largely from $3.00 to $4.50, ducting a systematic campaign to load lots uL5 to the latter price, a few loot country creameries, load the of the best offerings up around $5.00. stolen butter on trucks, ad escape Canners sold largely at $2.00 with it to market, says A. J. MeGuire and $2.25, cutters $2.50 and $2.75, organization manager of the state as- bologna bulls $2.25 to $3.00. The mar- sociation, ket for veal calves opened steady with The central association also notified last week's close, bulk best lights to creameries that it is investigating at- packers at $6.50, a few extra choice rangements for burglar insurance for vealers 25c to 50c higher. Compara- its members, lively few stockers and feeders were good enough to sell at $5.25 to $5.75. HOW BEEF FEEDING PAYS bulk of the trade being from $5.00 BETER THAN SELLING GRAIN down to $3.50, some of the common- est kinds slightly less. An investigation into methods and Hogs opened strong to 15c higher costs of beef production in the Corn than Saturday's average, range $5.75 Belt, conducted by the U. S. Dpart- to $6.75, bulk $6.15 to $6.75, bulk de- .ment of Agriculture, covering 3 years, sirable pigs $7.25, few $7.50. Fat and 906 farms, shows interesting lamb mostly $8.00, some Dakotas facts concerning the present status of $8.10 to $8.50. Bulk best light and the industry. The man who feeds medium weight ewes $3.00. cattle is marketing his crops as he feeds them, and, therefore is justified KEEPING PUREBRED STOCK in expecting a return equivalent to INDUCES BETTER FARMING average market prices for the feeds. Even if he sometimes falls short of The first fundamental of successful such a retmah he has not necessarily poultry keeping, whether on the farm, experienced a loss. The Corn Belt in a city yard, or in the large plant, farmer who sells grain sometimes re- is good stock. It is true that a good calves more for his crop than the one many farmers and others get fairly who feeds it to cattle, but on the good results from ordinary stock, but average, for a period of years, ex-if the same care and attention wer cept n certain limited areas, the man devoted to birds of better breeding who puts the feed into steers and re- nmre satisfactory returns would be turns the manure to the land is the made. one who comes out ahead. The con- There is another benefit from keep- clusion is based on feeding in Iowa, ing good stock that is not easily meas- Indiana, Illinois, Nebraska, and Mis- ured but nevertheless, is recognized souri, as having a big money value in the The figures which contain the re- long run. That benefit is the general sults of this investigation were obtain- improvement in the place, methods, ed from a large number of farms and and the man himself that comes from from several agricultural experi,ment having birds that are above the ordi- stations ia the Middle West. One phase nary. A man who has well-bred stock of the work deals with the cost of talks about it and shows it to his maintaining a herd of breeding cows neighbors. Naturally, he wants the for producing feeder cattle. It was surroundings of his flock to look ship- found that feed represented 69 per shape and he takes pride in showing cent of the cost of keeping a cow for a knowledge of feeds and the methods one year, while the other 31 per cent of feeding. was r interest, labor, equipment, High-class stock of an kind has a and incidentals, tendency to bring other purebred ani- mals to the farm. A good purebred WHY WASTE FURTHER animal continues its work of improve- TIME ON THE SCRUB? ment indefinitely not only within its own class but everywhere on the farm "After being offered 16 Holstein fro rathe field to the library. bulls of serviceable age for $150 each, all sired by one of the best sires known today, and out of advanced Wells Drilled registry cows holding good ret.2rds, there should be no time to waste on i further consideration of the sci'ub," says L. V. Wilson, livestock specialist I am prepared to put down with the agricultural extension divi- your well in the least time sign of the university. "There never and smallest cost to you. See has been and never will be a better time than now to start right in the me first. process of grading up livestock. T A SMITH "The 16 young sires ,mentioned are go all good individuals and could not have been purchased a year or two ago for Phone 10-F-11 R. 3, Ortonville three or four times the figure now be- i ing asked. A drop in price does not affect the value of the sire as a breed- I " er." J -- Try a Want Ad i ii [ IP IT'6 GOOD L YOU NEED--WE'LL IT WITH !R ,SPED 'HENit comes to deliver- ing the goods on time we're there, that's all. For big jobs or small jobs--lum- ber sawed to the proper length and width--lumber for every practical purpose prac- tically priced. Geier Lumber Co. Ortonville Minn. A new way to treat croup Spasmodic croup relieved or warded off by rubbing on a vaporizing salve. I The old method of treating spasmodic croup with nauseat- hag drugs is out of date. So is the vapor-lamp scheme that re- quired the bedroom windows to be kept closed. Now mother rubs the little one's chest and throat with Vicks, arranges the bedding so that the arising vapors will be inhaled all night long, opens the windows to let ha the blessed fresh air, and re- tires--confident of a good sleep. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors Vicks has come to be the al- most universal treatment for children's cold troubles, be- cause it does away with dosing. Vicks contains the old, time- tested remediesCamphor, Men- thol, Eucalyptus, etc.combined by special process, so that while they penetrate and stimulate the skin, the ingredients are also released as vapors by the body heat and are breathed right itito the lungs. | u s - --__- i __-ffi J I ------ (htr:Ii00i 00otel --" 10th STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE - "" MINNEAPOLIS msms - Th Northwest's Largest and Most Beautiful Hostelry " .. All Room, urs Outside and Esch Room has Private Bath -" TAR I FF: .. 75 l/.(,m,- (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 325 Rob,ms (Private Baths) Single at $2.50.--Double $3.50 " 200 Rob,ms (Private Baths) Single at $3 0(}---Double $4.00 Oil.era from $4.00 to $15.00 / . CAN YOU HAME THEM ? ( 6ltOT,Zgm Can You Solve This Puzzle? Here is a puzzle that everybody should try. The other night at the "Movies" the operator wanted to try a new "stunt:' so he rearranged the names of some of the famous actors and actresses and threw them on the screen like  u see in the picture. Everybody had "loads" of fun figuring out the correct names. See if ] u can do it yourself. No. ||s Dorothy Dalton. If you Can solve them all you can win $1,000 ol s Hupmobile. i].i . Though you probably know the names of all the popular actors and actresses we'll name S few of them just to refresh your memory: . _ Navy Mile 1intar" Oauglas Falebnke, Mavy Pink|oral, Juanlta JHunaerb ustsr Keaton, William 0, Hot' lara Kimball Young, Tom Mix, Mabel Normand" Thomas Malshan, uelas MSekeS ryan| Wb Osmthy Dalton, Humid Lloyd, Pearl Whlto. Jaskiu @ogan Gloria 8wamm 110 Points Will Win First Prize leer each name you can urrong eofltly you will Tha bet sorreSt amlwsr will be awarded Fires Pril iva Iv points or fifty poinbl If you ve them UIL and the ossond Iet oorrset snswsr  Pr/ YOU n eaen  morn Ilnta by Qualifying yout an- so forth. In om of a tie both winnem will be award- awer. That ih by proving that you have shown a copy of The 8L Paul Daily News to five people. Tha final ed full amount Of the prise.  I )*oar anew 2S po will be awardal by tha judge wag will be TODAY and a mlmplu of th0 Illw wl. h Mat YOU tbeee walbknown St. Paul bun|ares men, at 0nee to belp you lallfy, IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY' = Vou do not hays to sub, ribs to Tht at. Paul Dally Newa nee upend a sent of your own money t win a rl We have glvlm away a great many wonderful things and you earn be the next wlnnse if you am4 ht yolar solution to this puzzts at ones. ea sure your own name and addrus Is on your solutiof to the pu,la and don't forget--YOU CAN WIN. Got the family together,  the pvarala and mail your answer NOW, R. C. WILLS, 94 E. Fourth St. ST. PAUL, MINN. II II Save Money--Take advantage of the Advertising. We CarryAnything in the Line of HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is the place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and will give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. FOR THE KITCHEN A great deal of the, wholesome- ness of foods depends upon the Utensils in which they are pre- pared. We have just the kind ev- ery housewife will be pleased with, including Aluminumr Granite and Iron ware--also the popular Pyrex Glassware Brin00 your Heating and Plumbing l00reblems to Us J. ,D. ROSS & CO)IPANY I Professional and Business Directory C. E. SIGLOH [or [xpe[t WIRINGSERVIcEELECTRIC REPAIRING Phone 284.L Ortonville, Minn. JOE BAYER & SON Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. All kinds of eleaning and pressin neatly dane. Suits Made to Order. greenville, ]Kim ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes repaired neatly and prompt- ly. Our Work Guaranteed. GUS. E. ANDERSON, Prop. JOHN SPANYERS Light Hauling of all Kinds Express and Baggage Telephone 287 ville, PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterm- Stone Mason and All Kinds bf Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F. B PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonvill Mim DEVELOPING Kodak ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderat Prices. THE REED STUDIO greenville Minn. DR. It. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN , One block uphill fro Gunderson t rrug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonville, Minnesot FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt Attention A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITE, D. C., PH. C. Spinographer 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. greenville, Minn. Col. Wm. Wellendorf AUCTIONEER 30 years' experience. No practie.. mg on your property. Call or write me early and get in on an early date. Ortonville, Minnesota J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Reidcnee. 194 Furniture Store . 88 'All Work Guaranteed Ortonville, Mimot WILL FINCH Experimteed Painte Phone 235-L All Work Guaranteed ELMER SAy We will pay the follewhtg rlees for Junk: Old Iron, $6.0 to $I0.00 per tam Copper and heavy Bras,4 to 8 per pouad. Old Rags,  cent per pound. OM Rubbers and   eat te 1 emit It peuad. Pipe Fitting Brass Good& Igniting and loee eawried in stock. Acetyleae Welding. The Ortonville Foundry w. !. mLICA, !. leae  NOVEMBER 24, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i r ' i The Farmers Corner DEVOTED ESPECIALLY TO THE A42TIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. P001 Doubles Size In One Year To Growers From Co-opera- tive Sales Average Larger Than Local Price. who marketed wool of quality thru the national farm pool last year received net re- considerably higher thau .he offered by local buyer, accord- a report prepared today by the Farm. Bureau federation various county wool growers as- review is based on leports from bureaus and we ,1 growel as- and from the national pc;C It shows: Almost twice as much wool is pooled this year by American as was pooled last year. Last 14,750,000 pounds were pooled; the records of the American Bureau Federation show 27,- pounds pooled. Farmers in 22 states are pooling ,ear; last year only 11 states pooling. prices offered last year by buyers ranged from  to 13 cents with many counties reporting Wool in the national p,ol sold at 17 to 29 centu a poun:l. The net return to the growers in Minnesota county, aken at ran- was 19.2 cents, or more than sev- above the .werage local bids. county's wool asso/ntion re- no local buyers available. The average price (;Ifered local- Minnesota this year i:; 12.: cents the national oool ]a.'.t week the sale of 209,000 p.unds of and Sout.h Dakota vool of grade a': 20 rent.. In 12 Minnesota . u,lties, fa,mers shipping 49000 poun'Js x(ol to to be made ,nto garmert f,,r famili. average price offered locally this year is 12.3 cents a the national pool last week re- the sale of 200,000 pounds of and South Dakota wool of grade at 20 cents. In 12 Minnesota counties, farmers shipping 49,000 pounds wool to to be made into garments for families. CAREFUL OF "STRAW" IS RNING OF WEED INSPECTOR has been called to the fact potato shippers are using straw cars in which potatoes are be- shipped, C. P. Bull, state weed writes, and farmers and are cautioned against the use in making shipments where is needed for lining of cars. to the fact that straw thus from the Red River Valley is likely to contain sow thistle the matter is of importance, Bull states, and the result is ob- When these cars are billed to parts of Minnesota and other the straw is scattered from the at the unloading points and the bags are likely to harbour seeds which become scattered produce plants for new infesta- it is claimed, and the practise be discontinued from sections such dangerous weeds are in issued by Mr. Bull are "The state is now trying the spread of noxious weeds. work necessarily incurs expense. us not enhance the spread of is and add to the expense by methods. County agents teachers, bankers and all other interested or who shall be should call attention to this and advise shippers against use of straw and urge the use of Marsh hay which is usually 10O per cent free of weed should be used instead. who buy should request that be used to "bed' 'the cars. No one to see these weed pests scat- freely, but we all are, at times, of acting without thought of Possible consequences ......... Sow and Canada Thistles have cost us much loss of crops, of production and inconvenience. its not add to these, but on the! hand, use every precaution tel the further spread of these weeds." STOCK REQUIRE SALT. is required by all animals. The Department of Agriculture says dairy cow requires an ounce a day, and while she should all she wants, she should not to take more than she wants. best, therefore, to give only a quantity on the feed, and to rock salt in the boxes in the where the stock can lick it at waste too much paper," said how can I economize ?" writing on both sides." you won't accept stories writ- m both sides of the sheet." know, but you'd'save paper just Stock Runs Fall Off; Market Off All Classes of Stock Move at Steady To Slightly Higher Rates. Best Grass Beeves $6.00. Creameries Robbed Monday's Closing-- Cattle 7,900. Market closing strong Bandits to slightly higher. No good or choice By Butter cornfeds here, best grass beeves $6.00. Calves 600. Market closing steady, bulk best lights to packers $6.50, bulk Central Association Warns Co-opera- $6.15 to $6.75, bulk desirable pigs tires To Be On Guard Against $7.25, some $7.50. Sheep 6,400. Mar- Thieves. ket steady to strong, bulk good fat lambs $8.00, choice Dakotas up to An organized gang of "butter ban- $8.50, bulk best ewes $3.00. dits" is robbing Minnesota co-opera- South St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 21, 1921: tive creameries, according to a warn- --Producers are taking the prope, ing sent out by the Minnesota Co-op- course this week in cutting down re- erative Creameries association, Inc. ceipts, as this is usually a week of Creameries thruout the state were dull livestock markets on account of urged to be on guard against the the thanksgiving holiday. The falling thieves, off in receipts today acted as a tonic The warning was issued following in all branches of the trade and all the theft of 1,100 pounds of butter classes sold on a steady to strong and from a Chisago county co-operative in same cases slightly higher basis. creamery, one of the first to join the Part loads Of best grass beeves here state organization. The central as- today sold from $5.70 to $6.00, with sociation immediately notified sher-, a seven-load string of South Dakotas iffs and police officers in adjoining averaging around 1190 pounds going counties, the twin cities and Duluth, to packers at $5.50, bulk between this and took up the case with a detective price and $4.75, and a few commoner agency, ones down around $4.25. Butcher she The thieves are believed to be con- stock largely from $3.00 to $4.50, ducting a systematic campaign to load lots uL5 to the latter price, a few loot country creameries, load the of the best offerings up around $5.00. stolen butter on trucks, ad escape Canners sold largely at $2.00 with it to market, says A. J. MeGuire and $2.25, cutters $2.50 and $2.75, organization manager of the state as- bologna bulls $2.25 to $3.00. The mar- sociation, ket for veal calves opened steady with The central association also notified last week's close, bulk best lights to creameries that it is investigating at- packers at $6.50, a few extra choice rangements for burglar insurance for vealers 25c to 50c higher. Compara- its members, lively few stockers and feeders were good enough to sell at $5.25 to $5.75. HOW BEEF FEEDING PAYS bulk of the trade being from $5.00 BETER THAN SELLING GRAIN down to $3.50, some of the common- est kinds slightly less. An investigation into methods and Hogs opened strong to 15c higher costs of beef production in the Corn than Saturday's average, range $5.75 Belt, conducted by the U. S. Dpart- to $6.75, bulk $6.15 to $6.75, bulk de- .ment of Agriculture, covering 3 years, sirable pigs $7.25, few $7.50. Fat and 906 farms, shows interesting lamb mostly $8.00, some Dakotas facts concerning the present status of $8.10 to $8.50. Bulk best light and the industry. The man who feeds medium weight ewes $3.00. cattle is marketing his crops as he feeds them, and, therefore is justified KEEPING PUREBRED STOCK in expecting a return equivalent to INDUCES BETTER FARMING average market prices for the feeds. Even if he sometimes falls short of The first fundamental of successful such a retmah he has not necessarily poultry keeping, whether on the farm, experienced a loss. The Corn Belt in a city yard, or in the large plant, farmer who sells grain sometimes re- is good stock. It is true that a good calves more for his crop than the one many farmers and others get fairly who feeds it to cattle, but on the good results from ordinary stock, but average, for a period of years, ex-if the same care and attention wer cept n certain limited areas, the man devoted to birds of better breeding who puts the feed into steers and re- nmre satisfactory returns would be turns the manure to the land is the made. one who comes out ahead. The con- There is another benefit from keep- clusion is based on feeding in Iowa, ing good stock that is not easily meas- Indiana, Illinois, Nebraska, and Mis- ured but nevertheless, is recognized souri, as having a big money value in the The figures which contain the re- long run. That benefit is the general sults of this investigation were obtain- improvement in the place, methods, ed from a large number of farms and and the man himself that comes from from several agricultural experi,ment having birds that are above the ordi- stations ia the Middle West. One phase nary. A man who has well-bred stock of the work deals with the cost of talks about it and shows it to his maintaining a herd of breeding cows neighbors. Naturally, he wants the for producing feeder cattle. It was surroundings of his flock to look ship- found that feed represented 69 per shape and he takes pride in showing cent of the cost of keeping a cow for a knowledge of feeds and the methods one year, while the other 31 per cent of feeding. was r interest, labor, equipment, High-class stock of an kind has a and incidentals, tendency to bring other purebred ani- mals to the farm. A good purebred WHY WASTE FURTHER animal continues its work of improve- TIME ON THE SCRUB? ment indefinitely not only within its own class but everywhere on the farm "After being offered 16 Holstein fro rathe field to the library. bulls of serviceable age for $150 each, all sired by one of the best sires known today, and out of advanced Wells Drilled registry cows holding good ret.2rds, there should be no time to waste on i further consideration of the sci'ub," says L. V. Wilson, livestock specialist I am prepared to put down with the agricultural extension divi- your well in the least time sign of the university. "There never and smallest cost to you. See has been and never will be a better time than now to start right in the me first. process of grading up livestock. T A SMITH "The 16 young sires ,mentioned are go all good individuals and could not have been purchased a year or two ago for Phone 10-F-11 R. 3, Ortonville three or four times the figure now be- i ing asked. A drop in price does not affect the value of the sire as a breed- I " er." J -- Try a Want Ad i ii [ IP IT'6 GOOD L YOU NEED--WE'LL IT WITH !R ,SPED 'HENit comes to deliver- ing the goods on time we're there, that's all. For big jobs or small jobs--lum- ber sawed to the proper length and width--lumber for every practical purpose prac- tically priced. Geier Lumber Co. Ortonville Minn. A new way to treat croup Spasmodic croup relieved or warded off by rubbing on a vaporizing salve. I The old method of treating spasmodic croup with nauseat- hag drugs is out of date. So is the vapor-lamp scheme that re- quired the bedroom windows to be kept closed. Now mother rubs the little one's chest and throat with Vicks, arranges the bedding so that the arising vapors will be inhaled all night long, opens the windows to let ha the blessed fresh air, and re- tires--confident of a good sleep. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors Vicks has come to be the al- most universal treatment for children's cold troubles, be- cause it does away with dosing. Vicks contains the old, time- tested remediesCamphor, Men- thol, Eucalyptus, etc.combined by special process, so that while they penetrate and stimulate the skin, the ingredients are also released as vapors by the body heat and are breathed right itito the lungs. | u s - --__- i __-ffi J I ------ (htr:Ii00i 00otel --" 10th STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE - "" MINNEAPOLIS msms - Th Northwest's Largest and Most Beautiful Hostelry " .. All Room, urs Outside and Esch Room has Private Bath -" TA R I FF: .. 75 l/.(,m,- (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 325 Rob,ms (Private Baths) Single at $2.50.--Double $3.50 " 200 Rob,ms (Private Baths) Single at $3 0(}---Double $4.00 Oil.era from $4.00 to $15.00 / . CAN YOU HAME THEM ? ( 6ltOT,Zgm Can You Solve This Puzzle? Here is a puzzle that everybody should try. The other night at the "Movies" the operator wanted to try a new "stunt:' so he rearranged the names of some of the famous actors and actresses and threw them on the screen like  u see in the picture. Everybody had "loads" of fun figuring out the correct names. See if ] u can do it yourself. No. ||s Dorothy Dalton. If you Can solve them all you can win $1,000 ol s Hupmobile. i].i . Though you probably know the names of all the popular actors and actresses we'll name S few of them just to refresh your memory: . _ Navy Mile 1intar" Oauglas Falebnke, Mavy Pink|oral, Juanlta JHunaerb ustsr Keaton, William 0, Hot' lara Kimball Young, Tom Mix, Mabel Normand" Thomas Malshan, uelas MSekeS ryan| Wb Osmthy Dalton, Humid Lloyd, Pearl Whlto. Jaskiu @ogan Gloria 8wamm 110 Points Will Win First Prize leer each name you can urrong eofltly you will Tha bet sorreSt amlwsr will be awarded Fires Pril iva Iv points or fifty poinbl If you ve them UIL and the ossond Iet oorrset snswsr  Pr/ YOU n eaen  morn Ilnta by Qualifying yout an- so forth. In om of a tie both winnem will be award- awer. That ih by proving that you have shown a copy of The 8L Paul Daily News to five people. Tha final ed full amount Of the prise.  I )*oar anew 2S po will be awardal by tha judge wag will be TODAY and a mlmplu of th0 Illw wl. h Mat YOU tbeee walbknown St. Paul bun|ares men, at 0nee to belp you lallfy, IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY' = Vou do not hays to sub, ribs to Tht at. Paul Dally Newa nee upend a sent of your own money t win a rl We have glvlm away a great many wonderful things and you earn be the next wlnnse if you am4 ht yolar solution to this puzzts at ones. ea sure your own name and addrus Is on your solutiof to the pu,la and don't forget--YOU CAN WIN. Got the family together,  the pvarala and mail your answer NOW, R. C. WILLS, 94 E. Fourth St. ST. PAUL, MINN. II II Save Money--Take advantage of the Advertising. We CarryAnything in the Line of HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is the place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and will give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. FOR THE KITCHEN A great deal of the, wholesome- ness of foods depends upon the Utensils in which they are pre- pared. We have just the kind ev- ery housewife will be pleased with, including Aluminumr Granite and Iron ware--also the popular Pyrex Glassware Brin00 your Heating and Plumbing l00reblems to Us J. ,D. ROSS & CO)IPANY I Professional and Business Directory C. E. SIGLOH [or [xpe[t WIRINGSERVIcEELECTRIC REPAIRING Phone 284.L Ortonville, Minn. JOE BAYER & SON Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. All kinds of eleaning and pressin neatly dane. Suits Made to Order. greenville, ]Kim ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes repaired neatly and prompt- ly. Our Work Guaranteed. GUS. E. ANDERSON, Prop. JOHN SPANYERS Light Hauling of all Kinds Express and Baggage Telephone 287 ville, PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterm- Stone Mason and All Kinds bf Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F. B PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonvill Mim DEVELOPING Kodak ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderat Prices. THE REED STUDIO greenville Minn. DR. It. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN , One block uphill fro Gunderson t rrug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonville, Minnesot FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt Attention A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITE, D. C., PH. C. Spinographer 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. greenville, Minn. Col. Wm. Wellendorf AUCTIONEER 30 years' experience. No practie.. mg on your property. Call or write me early and get in on an early date. Ortonville, Minnesota J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Reidcnee. 194 Furniture Store . 88 'All Work Guaranteed Ortonville, Mimot WILL FINCH Experimteed Painte Phone 235-L All Work Guaranteed ELMER SAy We will pay the follewhtg rlees for Junk: Old Iron, $6.0 to $I0.00 per tam Copper and heavy Bras,4 to 8 per pouad. Old Rags,  cent per pound. OM Rubbers and   eat te 1 emit It peuad. Pipe Fitting Brass Good& Igniting and loee eawried in stock. Acetyleae Welding. The Ortonville Foundry w. !. mLICA, !. leae  NOVEMBER 24,1921 The Farmers Corner DEVOTED ESPECIALLY TO THE APIVITI]S OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. Pool Doubles Creameries Robbed Size In One Year By Butter Bandits sal Avenge Larger tiv TO VllOevGue are Agam who marketed woo[ ef An organized gg [ quality th the natinnal farm is robbing Q eonsidebly higher than ,he ig nt out by the Minnesota CO.OI ms offered by la[ buyer;, aod- a In o a port ppalx',d today by be Bureau federation wool growers :ports from and from th national ],,,I It shows: twi as much wool is pled this yr by Amerleau o}ed lt year. Last 14,7E0,000 peds we pooled; Fae m 22 year; lt year only Ii states i FooUn y by poL pounL The to tho gwers in county, ken at ran- eoumy's wool The average price Eered 1ooal- b Minnesota this year :; 12. cents 1,,,nnd ,*f Dakota soul et t, uler garer f,,r The average r of 2O0,0OO pounds of of , faer shipping 49,0O0 poud wool to for IS m o the fact potato shippers a using straw potatoes a be. 6hpped, C. P. Bull write, and shipment whe g of rs. y is likely to contain sow Camerles thruout the urged to be oa guard against the thieves, The waing w issued following the theft of I,I00 pounds of batter fm a Chisago catty eeperative oln the The ntral immediately notfied her- iffs d poLi omcers in adjoining counties, the twin [tles ad D,fluth, d took up the ase with a detective ducting a systomafie pag to loot untry cameries, load the stolen batter an tracks, d with it to market, says A. J. MoGuls, r of the state - The cenLr BETER THAN SELLING An investigat0n Belt. conducted by the U. S. Dgpart- ent of Agreultu. covering 3 yrs, and 908 fas, shows interesting facts concerning the pnt status of the ndustxy. The man who feeds cattle is marketing his cps as he I, therefo is justied in expecting a tu equivalent to average market ps or the feeds he metimes falls short of such u rerun1, he has not nssaily oss. The Co Belt ep than the one who feeds t to cattle, but on average, for a period of years, ex- :, the m to the la.d is the one who com out ahead, The con eluslo s bused on feeding in Iowa, Indiana, lllinols, Nebska, and Mts- eurL The gs which contn ed fro., a large fm several ariltural experiment pha of the work deals wth the cost of malntalnlng a herd of beding cows for producing fder cattle. found that eed repsented 69 per cent was r interest, labor, equipment, and incidentals. the loading points and the bags are likely to harbeur seeds which become educe #ants fur new t is claimed, d the practise be dionqnued from such dangero weeds are in y Mr. Bull "The state is now trying , inrs expense. ehance the spend of dd to the expen by Catty agents shippers again st ge the use a Mh hay which Js ually t 100 per cen f of a hould he used nstead. should reqst that weed pests seat- but we all e, at tJme, thought of and Cada Thistles have e, but on the hand, use every preeautlun to the further spread of these "After being offend 16 e for $150 each, all sired by me kno today, d out of re#stry cows holding gd rerds, says L. V. Wilson, livestock spialist with the e ion of the university. "There never has ben and never will be a better time th now to start rght in prcess of grdlng up livestock. "The 16 oung sis mentione all good individuals and .ld not have Igu now b ag ake0. A drop in pe doe nat affect the vd of the si  a breed- --"Try a Wt Ad" IT WITH POPER ,$PD ] t is required by all animals. The he dairy cow requires aa ounce whie she should , she shoved not best, therefore, to give only a qantity on the feed, and to ek lt in the boxes in the the stck  lick it at paper," said r Wtlng on both de" ew. but you'd' paper just HIN it me to deliver- Wing the goods  time wC there, that's l. For big jobs  small Jvbz---lum- bet wed to the proper length d widtl-Iumber for every practical pse pra tilly priced. Geie L.mber Co. Ortonvllle Minn. THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT Stock Runs Fall A new way to treat croup [I Off; Market Off Smodi ..... o..li..d .... ad o b,  m To Slightly Higher Rtee Best Grass Beeves $6.00. Monday's Closing Cattle 7,900. Mket closing tro to slightly higher. No good or choice cornfeds he, best gra bves $6.00. Market eLosin steady, bulk best lights to pkers $6.50, butk $675, bulk desirable pigs $7.25,me$7.50. Shp6,4O0. M ket steady to strong, bulk good fati lambs $8.00, choice Dkotas up to[ $8.50, bulk best es $8.00. SouthSt. pau Minn Nov. 2i 1921: , .- ' I are t.king the ppe, ipts,  this dull fivestock markets on the thanksgiving holiday. The falling off in ipts today in all brch of the trade elates sod on a steady to tng d in sme eas slightly higher bis. part loads df best today ]d from $5.70 to $6.00, with a sevemload stMng averaging ound 1190 pounds going at $3.50, price and $475, ann  low commoner ones do around $4.25. Butcher he stock largely from $3.O0 tu $4.5O, load lots up to the latter price, a f s o ] d largely at $2.OO d $2.25, cutters $2.50 d $2.75, bologna bls $2.25 to $3.00. The mar- close, bulk bt lights to pkers at $6.50, sealers 25c to 0c higher. Compass- Lively f s good enough to sell at $5.25 to $3.75, bulk of the trade being from $5.00 down to $3.50, ome of the omlom est kinds sfightly less. Hogs opened strong to 15 higher than Saturday's average, range $5.75 to $6.75, bulk $6.15 to $6.75, bulk de- sirable pigs $7.25, few $7.50. Fat lambs mostly $8.00, some Dvkotas $810 to $3.50. BuIk best Iight and medium weight ewes $3.00. INDUCES BETTER The poultry keeping, whether on the fa,  a cty yard, or in the large plant, is good stock. It is te that a good my farmers d others get lairl good sults from ordinary stek, but returns ing good stock that s not early me- ud but nevertheless, is reoogmzed having a big money value in the Iog run. That benefit is the general improvement in the pla, methods, and the man having nary. talks about it d hows it to his neighbors. Naturally, he wants the sub.dings of his flock to look sp- shape and he takes pride a knowledge of feeds and the methods of Neding. tendency to bring other pbred w- the farm. A good pmebred only ithh tts u class but everywhere on the farm f rathe field to the library. Wells Drilled ] am prepared to put dOWTl yam- well in the Ist thne and smallest east to you. See me first. J. A. SMITH , Ortonville The old method of treating Vick h come to be the al- spasmodic croup with uauat- mast univeral ttment for ing drugs is out of date. So is children's tld tble$ be- the vapor-lamp schze that - cause zt does away wth dosing. quired the bedcm windows to Vicks contains the aid, than- be kept cled. Now mother tvstedremediCamphor, Me. mb the little one's chet and thai, Eucalyptus, etc.---combined t with Vicks, arranges the by special pmvess, so that whle bedding  that the arising they penetrate and stimulate the vapors will be inhaled all night skin, the ingredients are Ing, opensthe windows to let released as vapors by the body in the blessed fresh air, and re- heat and  breathed fight iflto teat of a good sleep, the ungs. on.. 00I00IKS breathe in the vapors Ng V A w,o It U gIiWuufl1iigiMu- I P, ..':' C 0 M]NIq EA OLt$ "$'tt ortweet "s Largest and Mo#t Beautlft Ho$$lry All R.,.. 1,, Out,/de ..d E,h Rm h,, Pr/*lt tk TARIFF: '- -- 7S Rot,,,,, (Private Baths) Sing at $2( Double S3. ;25 R,,n, (p,ivate Bathsl Siagle at $2 5*Double $3.0 N 2O9 RII,I, ['rlvae ILazhs Single at $30Doubk $4.00 $$IgMgug YOU flAIqE TH|M " smwrmAltl @ a0"rlit,a )mcmm m @ ott ) Can You Solve This Puzzle? 110 Points Will Win First Prize IT COS'IS YOU NOTHING TO TRY/ R.. C. WILLS, 94 E. Fourth St. ST. PAUI MINN. Save Money--Take advantage of the Advertising. We Carry Anything in the Line of HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is the place t come to for Tools and other emp- ment. All of our Hardware m of the best material and workman- ship and will give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. BriN your Heating and Plumbing Problems to Us J..D. ROSS & COMPANY FOR THE KITCHEN A great deal of th wholesome- ness of foods depends upon the Utensils in which they are pre- pared. We have just the kind ev- ery housewife will be pleased with, including Aluminumr Granite and Iron ware---also the popular Pyrex Glassware. PAGtE i$, ' Professional and Business Directory i C. E. S1GLOH i:0r i:xpert .LE00o SERVICE WIRING REpaIRING Plt 284.L Off.vine, JOE BAYER & SON of the Olrle Tallerlg AI] kJld of Cleaning d p0a atl drae. Sult Made to Order. ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP hoes te!air*d tly and prom! y. o Work Guaram GUS. F ANDERSON. Fro JOHN SPANYERS Ig Halin g of all Ip mad BZ,e Te]epho / Or bvlile, PAUL DIRNBAUER Laer and pt 8tm M d AB  be Comet W-k. PETERSON & SON Dry7 Lw mg Ste LaI Im e  Orlvil Mimt Kodak o,o pRINT1N ENLARGINO 'mpl qualit ,eis, blmterltt THE REED STUDIO DR. R. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC Pi YSICIAN One blk u hi}l f G'I rug sto Varr-Sulph Cabinet Treatmt I'or rhenatism, neits, 4e.) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER FOR TRUCK SERVICE d y Mad of fight d hv dryhtE Hausauer Bros. PHONE 26O All Orders Given Prompt Attentiaz A. B. KAERCHER Atteey at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, M[. DR. F. W, DUNN. CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHIT D. C. FH. C Snaggapher 12 18-14115-16 Shaker Bldg. Ortonvllie, Minm Col Win. Wellendorf AUCTIONEER o y,ars' OXlrlam. No rae wIte  early and get ta  rl dat Or tvle, EJmemtl J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNIN AND REPAIRING PHO . 194 All Werk ted Ot eavtll Mkmta WmL reH ELMER SABby lqftem y.# grlm Ormlb, M]a Lle, D, | We will Iay tk fwg for Juat Old Irm, X.# t $3U# ira- m Copper attd hwr BrA t Old Rqbb am[ r,  t t* 1 mt  Itmm Pipe FItzlm.  Goed g4dtkf mul Im  la The OrtonvWe Four, dry NOVEMBER 24, 1921 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT i r ' i The Farmers Corner DEVOTED ESPECIALLY TO THE A42TIVITIES OF FARMERS AND FARMER'S CLUBS. P001 Doubles Size In One Year To Growers From Co-opera- tive Sales Average Larger Than Local Price. who marketed wool of quality thru the national farm pool last year received net re- considerably higher thau .he offered by local buyer, accord- a report prepared today by the Farm. Bureau federation various county wool growers as- review is based on leports from bureaus and we ,1 growel as- and from the national pc;C It shows: Almost twice as much wool is pooled this year by American as was pooled last year. Last 14,750,000 pounds were pooled; the records of the American Bureau Federation show 27,- pounds pooled. Farmers in 22 states are pooling ,ear; last year only 11 states pooling. prices offered last year by buyers ranged from  to 13 cents with many counties reporting Wool in the national p,ol sold at 17 to 29 centu a poun:l. The net return to the growers in Minnesota county, aken at ran- was 19.2 cents, or more than sev- above the .werage local bids. county's wool asso/ntion re- no local buyers available. The average price (;Ifered local- Minnesota this year i:; 12.: cents the national oool ]a.'.t week the sale of 209,000 p.unds of and Sout.h Dakota vool of grade a': 20 rent.. In 12 Minnesota . u,lties, fa,mers shipping 49000 poun'Js x(ol to to be made ,nto garmert f,,r famili. average price offered locally this year is 12.3 cents a the national pool last week re- the sale of 200,000 pounds of and South Dakota wool of grade at 20 cents. In 12 Minnesota counties, farmers shipping 49,000 pounds wool to to be made into garments for families. CAREFUL OF "STRAW" IS RNING OF WEED INSPECTOR has been called to the fact potato shippers are using straw cars in which potatoes are be- shipped, C. P. Bull, state weed writes, and farmers and are cautioned against the use in making shipments where is needed for lining of cars. to the fact that straw thus from the Red River Valley is likely to contain sow thistle the matter is of importance, Bull states, and the result is ob- When these cars are billed to parts of Minnesota and other the straw is scattered from the at the unloading points and the bags are likely to harbour seeds which become scattered produce plants for new infesta- it is claimed, and the practise be discontinued from sections such dangerous weeds are in issued by Mr. Bull are "The state is now trying the spread of noxious weeds. work necessarily incurs expense. us not enhance the spread of is and add to the expense by methods. County agents teachers, bankers and all other interested or who shall be should call attention to this and advise shippers against use of straw and urge the use of Marsh hay which is usually 10O per cent free of weed should be used instead. who buy should request that be used to "bed' 'the cars. No one to see these weed pests scat- freely, but we all are, at times, of acting without thought of Possible consequences ......... Sow and Canada Thistles have cost us much loss of crops, of production and inconvenience. its not add to these, but on the! hand, use every precaution tel the further spread of these weeds." STOCK REQUIRE SALT. is required by all animals. The Department of Agriculture says dairy cow requires an ounce a day, and while she should all she wants, she should not to take more than she wants. best, therefore, to give only a quantity on the feed, and to rock salt in the boxes in the where the stock can lick it at waste too much paper," said how can I economize ?" writing on both sides." you won't accept stories writ- m both sides of the sheet." know, but you'd'save paper just Stock Runs Fall Off; Market Off All Classes of Stock Move at Steady To Slightly Higher Rates. Best Grass Beeves $6.00. Creameries Robbed Monday's Closing-- Cattle 7,900. Market closing strong Bandits to slightly higher. No good or choice By Butter cornfeds here, best grass beeves $6.00. Calves 600. Market closing steady, bulk best lights to packers $6.50, bulk Central Association Warns Co-opera- $6.15 to $6.75, bulk desirable pigs tires To Be On Guard Against $7.25, some $7.50. Sheep 6,400. Mar- Thieves. ket steady to strong, bulk good fat lambs $8.00, choice Dakotas up to An organized gang of "butter ban- $8.50, bulk best ewes $3.00. dits" is robbing Minnesota co-opera- South St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 21, 1921: tive creameries, according to a warn- --Producers are taking the prope, ing sent out by the Minnesota Co-op- course this week in cutting down re- erative Creameries association, Inc. ceipts, as this is usually a week of Creameries thruout the state were dull livestock markets on account of urged to be on guard against the the thanksgiving holiday. The falling thieves, off in receipts today acted as a tonic The warning was issued following in all branches of the trade and all the theft of 1,100 pounds of butter classes sold on a steady to strong and from a Chisago county co-operative in same cases slightly higher basis. creamery, one of the first to join the Part loads Of best grass beeves here state organization. The central as- today sold from $5.70 to $6.00, with sociation immediately notified sher-, a seven-load string of South Dakotas iffs and police officers in adjoining averaging around 1190 pounds going counties, the twin cities and Duluth, to packers at $5.50, bulk between this and took up the case with a detective price and $4.75, and a few commoner agency, ones down around $4.25. Butcher she The thieves are believed to be con- stock largely from $3.00 to $4.50, ducting a systematic campaign to load lots uL5 to the latter price, a few loot country creameries, load the of the best offerings up around $5.00. stolen butter on trucks, ad escape Canners sold largely at $2.00 with it to market, says A. J. MeGuire and $2.25, cutters $2.50 and $2.75, organization manager of the state as- bologna bulls $2.25 to $3.00. The mar- sociation, ket for veal calves opened steady with The central association also notified last week's close, bulk best lights to creameries that it is investigating at- packers at $6.50, a few extra choice rangements for burglar insurance for vealers 25c to 50c higher. Compara- its members, lively few stockers and feeders were good enough to sell at $5.25 to $5.75. HOW BEEF FEEDING PAYS bulk of the trade being from $5.00 BETER THAN SELLING GRAIN down to $3.50, some of the common- est kinds slightly less. An investigation into methods and Hogs opened strong to 15c higher costs of beef production in the Corn than Saturday's average, range $5.75 Belt, conducted by the U. S. Dpart- to $6.75, bulk $6.15 to $6.75, bulk de- .ment of Agriculture, covering 3 years, sirable pigs $7.25, few $7.50. Fat and 906 farms, shows interesting lamb mostly $8.00, some Dakotas facts concerning the present status of $8.10 to $8.50. Bulk best light and the industry. The man who feeds medium weight ewes $3.00. cattle is marketing his crops as he feeds them, and, therefore is justified KEEPING PUREBRED STOCK in expecting a return equivalent to INDUCES BETTER FARMING average market prices for the feeds. Even if he sometimes falls short of The first fundamental of successful such a retmah he has not necessarily poultry keeping, whether on the farm, experienced a loss. The Corn Belt in a city yard, or in the large plant, farmer who sells grain sometimes re- is good stock. It is true that a good calves more for his crop than the one many farmers and others get fairly who feeds it to cattle, but on the good results from ordinary stock, but average, for a period of years, ex-if the same care and attention wer cept n certain limited areas, the man devoted to birds of better breeding who puts the feed into steers and re- nmre satisfactory returns would be turns the manure to the land is the made. one who comes out ahead. The con- There is another benefit from keep- clusion is based on feeding in Iowa, ing good stock that is not easily meas- Indiana, Illinois, Nebraska, and Mis- ured but nevertheless, is recognized souri, as having a big money value in the The figures which contain the re- long run. That benefit is the general sults of this investigation were obtain- improvement in the place, methods, ed from a large number of farms and and the man himself that comes from from several agricultural experi,ment having birds that are above the ordi- stations ia the Middle West. One phase nary. A man who has well-bred stock of the work deals with the cost of talks about it and shows it to his maintaining a herd of breeding cows neighbors. Naturally, he wants the for producing feeder cattle. It was surroundings of his flock to look ship- found that feed represented 69 per shape and he takes pride in showing cent of the cost of keeping a cow for a knowledge of feeds and the methods one year, while the other 31 per cent of feeding. was r interest, labor, equipment, High-class stock of an kind has a and incidentals, tendency to bring other purebred ani- mals to the farm. A good purebred WHY WASTE FURTHER animal continues its work of improve- TIME ON THE SCRUB? ment indefinitely not only within its own class but everywhere on the farm "After being offered 16 Holstein fro rathe field to the library. bulls of serviceable age for $150 each, all sired by one of the best sires known today, and out of advanced Wells Drilled registry cows holding good ret.2rds, there should be no time to waste on i further consideration of the sci'ub," says L. V. Wilson, livestock specialist I am prepared to put down with the agricultural extension divi- your well in the least time sign of the university. "There never and smallest cost to you. See has been and never will be a better time than now to start right in the me first. process of grading up livestock. T A SMITH "The 16 young sires ,mentioned are go all good individuals and could not have been purchased a year or two ago for Phone 10-F-11 R. 3, Ortonville three or four times the figure now be- i ing asked. A drop in price does not affect the value of the sire as a breed- I " er." J -- Try a Want Ad i ii [ IP IT'6 GOOD L YOU NEED--WE'LL IT WITH !R ,SPED 'HENit comes to deliver- ing the goods on time we're there, that's all. For big jobs or small jobs--lum- ber sawed to the proper length and width--lumber for every practical purpose prac- tically priced. Geier Lumber Co. Ortonville Minn. A new way to treat croup Spasmodic croup relieved or warded off by rubbing on a vaporizing salve. I The old method of treating spasmodic croup with nauseat- hag drugs is out of date. So is the vapor-lamp scheme that re- quired the bedroom windows to be kept closed. Now mother rubs the little one's chest and throat with Vicks, arranges the bedding so that the arising vapors will be inhaled all night long, opens the windows to let ha the blessed fresh air, and re- tires--confident of a good sleep. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors Vicks has come to be the al- most universal treatment for children's cold troubles, be- cause it does away with dosing. Vicks contains the old, time- tested remediesCamphor, Men- thol, Eucalyptus, etc.combined by special process, so that while they penetrate and stimulate the skin, the ingredients are also released as vapors by the body heat and are breathed right itito the lungs. | u s - --__- i __-ffi J I ------ (htr:Ii00i 00otel --" 10th STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE - "" MINNEAPOLIS msms - Th Northwest's Largest and Most Beautiful Hostelry " .. All Room, urs Outside and Esch Room has Private Bath -" TA R I FF: .. 75 l/.(,m,- (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 325 Rob,ms (Private Baths) Single at $2.50.--Double $3.50 " 200 Rob,ms (Private Baths) Single at $3 0(}---Double $4.00 Oil.era from $4.00 to $15.00 / . CAN YOU HAME THEM ? ( 6ltOT,Zgm Can You Solve This Puzzle? Here is a puzzle that everybody should try. The other night at the "Movies" the operator wanted to try a new "stunt:' so he rearranged the names of some of the famous actors and actresses and threw them on the screen like  u see in the picture. Everybody had "loads" of fun figuring out the correct names. See if ] u can do it yourself. No. ||s Dorothy Dalton. If you Can solve them all you can win $1,000 ol s Hupmobile. i].i . Though you probably know the names of all the popular actors and actresses we'll name S few of them just to refresh your memory: . _ Navy Mile 1intar" Oauglas Falebnke, Mavy Pink|oral, Juanlta JHunaerb ustsr Keaton, William 0, Hot' lara Kimball Young, Tom Mix, Mabel Normand" Thomas Malshan, uelas MSekeS ryan| Wb Osmthy Dalton, Humid Lloyd, Pearl Whlto. Jaskiu @ogan Gloria 8wamm 110 Points Will Win First Prize leer each name you can urrong eofltly you will Tha bet sorreSt amlwsr will be awarded Fires Pril iva Iv points or fifty poinbl If you ve them UIL and the ossond Iet oorrset snswsr  Pr/ YOU n eaen  morn Ilnta by Qualifying yout an- so forth. In om of a tie both winnem will be award- awer. That ih by proving that you have shown a copy of The 8L Paul Daily News to five people. Tha final ed full amount Of the prise.  I )*oar anew 2S po will be awardal by tha judge wag will be TODAY and a mlmplu of th0 Illw wl. h Mat YOU tbeee walbknown St. Paul bun|ares men, at 0nee to belp you lallfy, IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY' = Vou do not hays to sub, ribs to Tht at. Paul Dally Newa nee upend a sent of your own money t win a rl We have glvlm away a great many wonderful things and you earn be the next wlnnse if you am4 ht yolar solution to this puzzts at ones. ea sure your own name and addrus Is on your solutiof to the pu,la and don't forget--YOU CAN WIN. Got the family together,  the pvarala and mail your answer NOW, R. C. WILLS, 94 E. Fourth St. ST. PAUL, MINN. II II Save Money--Take advantage of the Advertising. We CarryAnything in the Line of HARDWARE TOOLS AND MATERIAL Are you planning any fall repair- ing? Then this is the place to come to for Tools and other equip- ment. All of our Hardware is of the best material and workman- ship and will give you satisfactory results. Yes, and our prices will please you, too. FOR THE KITCHEN A great deal of the, wholesome- ness of foods depends upon the Utensils in which they are pre- pared. We have just the kind ev- ery housewife will be pleased with, including Aluminumr Granite and Iron ware--also the popular Pyrex Glassware Brin00 your Heating and Plumbing l00reblems to Us J. ,D. ROSS & CO)IPANY I Professional and Business Directory C. E. SIGLOH [or [xpe[t WIRINGSERVIcEELECTRIC REPAIRING Phone 284.L Ortonville, Minn. JOE BAYER & SON Of the Ortonville Tailoring Co. All kinds of eleaning and pressin neatly dane. Suits Made to Order. greenville, ]Kim ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Shoes repaired neatly and prompt- ly. Our Work Guaranteed. GUS. E. ANDERSON, Prop. JOHN SPANYERS Light Hauling of all Kinds Express and Baggage Telephone 287 ville, PAUL DIRNBAUER Brick Layer and Plasterm- Stone Mason and All Kinds bf Cement Work. Ortonville, Minn. R.F. B PETERSON & SON Dray Line Big Stone Lake Ice Phone 38 Ortonvill Mim DEVELOPING Kodak ENLARGING Prompt, Quality Service, Moderat Prices. THE REED STUDIO greenville Minn. DR. It. D. RIFENBARK OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN , One block uphill fro Gunderson t rrug Store Vapor-Sulphur Cabinet Treatments (For rheumatism, neuritis, etc.) F. L. BROWN THE JEWELER Ortonville, Minnesot FOR TRUCK SERVICE and any kind of light and heavy draying Hausauer Bros. PHONE 268 All Orders Given Prompt Attention A. B. KAERCHER Attorney at Law Odd Fellows Building Ortonville, Minn. DR. F. W. DUNN. CHIROPRACTOR D. D. WHITE, D. C., PH. C. Spinographer 12-13-14-15-16 Shumaker Bldg. greenville, Minn. Col. Wm. Wellendorf AUCTIONEER 30 years' experience. No practie.. mg on your property. Call or write me early and get in on an early date. Ortonville, Minnesota J. A. JOHNSON PIANO TUNING AND REPAIRING PHONES--Reidcnee. 194 Furniture Store . 88 'All Work Guaranteed Ortonville, Mimot WILL FINCH Experimteed Painte Phone 235-L All Work Guaranteed ELMER SAy We will pay the follewhtg rlees for Junk: Old Iron, $6.0 to $I0.00 per tam Copper and heavy Bras,4 to 8 per pouad. Old Rags,  cent per pound. OM Rubbers and   eat te 1 emit It peuad. Pipe Fitting Brass Good& Igniting and loee eawried in stock. Acetyleae Welding. The Ortonville Foundry w. !. mLICA, !. leae