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PAGE, 8 " "" " "' '.r,!   " THE ORTONVILI,P. ZNDEPENDENT THURSDAY, o1, * War Finance Corporation r'essimlsm Has No Place 5 ELEVATORS JOIN rector of the Minnesota [ WANT ADS '1 SCHOOL NOTES I To Relieve Corn Raisers in the Real Spirit of o  U.S. GRAIN GROWERS federation, and now ]FOR SALE--Luroc Jersey Boars, t THANKSGIVING. Time of anks0ivi Grain Growers' membership adopted the phrase "Run It Eligible to registry. Walter Hun The War Finance Corporation today -- Cou,nty Bank President Signs Con- as the motto of institution ix son, Ortonville, Minn., R 1. 2  Thanksgiving is here announced the membership of its Corn After having devoted so much of tract To Market 1,000 Bushels sots Every farmer who again, the tiptoe when Belt Advisory Committee, the majority  .e to bemoaning the misfortunes I Under Farmers' Plan. EWING--P]ain Sewing Cal! .c /. evelyone's heart is fill- rooms over Mark Clothing stAe, ed with ttmnks and of whom have been conferring with  bve come to us as a people dur-I equal voice in the national corporation, farm praise to the One ab=ve the War Finance Corporation Direc-  t" }, past year, It will do us good I Five elevators joined the U. S. Grain ricers point out. 29-2-p /he is the Father and Maker c, all, (lays. The committee will now pro- ]D at the other side of the ledger lth e national co-operative marketing sots to manage the affairs tots in Wa:,hington for the past two   [L Thanksgiving day to stop and Growers, Inc., within four days after "It is up to the far, nets 'OR SALE--'Iwo Shropshire Bucks Let our thoughts wander bk to ced to establish headquarters in Chi- and cast up the acconnt of the good corporation offered its first contracts marketing agency in this at. $10.00 e:ch if taken at once .he day when our Pilgrim fathers, sc  c*go, from which place its work will things that have come to us. in Minnesota. themselves," Mr. Jones sayS. Phone Roy Wellendorf, or write, thoughtfully md prayerfl:l'y set aside be directed Our situation admittedly has not The first grain producer to sign a Address Odessa, Minn., RFD. *28-2 hat first day of praise and Thanks- ]'he committee will endeavor to ob- been as favorable in many respects as contract to market thru the national ]MINNOW,%--Fine Lake Shiners. You 'iving. Can we not see tbcm gather- cain the Cooperation of the banking we could desire. We have had prob- corporation for five years was C H LOCAL MARKETo can get them at Eahtonka. ,Fishing Lug around the table ih their In- organizations generally throughout lems and difficulties which naturally is good. 29-p dian friends enjoying: all the bounties the corn belt for the purpose of pr,- aroused dissatisfaction and discontent. Wallace, president of the First Nation- Farmers Elevator and Fad of life? Yet at 1he same time not viding adequate financing for the or- We hay 9 been feeling mighty sorry al bank, Holmer, Ill., who contracted Northern Spring, No. 1 .FOI SALE--Duroc Jersey Boars, eli- ?orgetting to , e thanks to their derly marketing of corn and the feed- for ourS'elves, to ship the grain raised on his 510 Flax jgibie to registzT. Walter Hanson, R. Maker for h's kind care and provi- ing of live stock. Perhaps Thanksgiving occasion could acre farm near Warren, Marshall Oats 3., Ortonville, Minn. 28-4-p dence thr ::i1 those weary months? Bankers generally will be urged to bring no greater blessing to us as a county, Minnesota. Mr. Wallace has Rye So on':ht we all, on this day of all consid6 the problem of the farmers people than to readjust our perspec- farms in six states, and has signed Corn .ANTE D--Ladies' and Gents' days ;;ause just for a moment and of the corn belt in their respective tire and displace pessimism with a .six separate contracts so that the Barley clothes to clean and press. City th..r4 our Heavenly Father for the districts and to cooperate, through new spirit of optimism, grain produced on all six farms will go Tracy*Shumaker Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- many blessingswhich he has destowed the Agricultural Loan Agencies of the Before we enter Into the true spirit thru the U. S. Grain Growers, Inc. prietor. *12-tf upon us. Along with our thanks we War Finance Corportion, in providing of the day it is necessary to put away The first five Minnesota co-operative Turkeys, No. 1 should add a prayer that the great adequate funds to meet the present our hatreds, our grouches and discon- elevators to join in the national mar- Geese ]POP OORNI have a limited amount world conference being held at Wash situation, tents and center our thoughts upon keting plan are at Minneota, Tauten, Ducks of nice shelled white rice pop corn, ington will establish and maintain the In the event that the local institu- the blessings that have come. If one Tracy, Cottonwood and Balaton, all Springs ]raised two years ago for sale at 10c principles of our Pilgrim Fathers and tions find themselves unable, for one would give thanks he must realize the in Lyon county. Old Roosters per pound. Willard Fish. Phone universal peace, reason or another, to take care of the fa.ct of having been 'blessed, and in Declaring that no "brass hand" Hens, general run doing so he minimizes the misfortunes methods would he used in presenting Eggs 213-J. 29-2 --Evelyn Wagner. situation the concmittee will find ways he has exprienced. The pessimist is the marketing plan to Minnesota far- Ortonville Creamerlf ---- and means to create additional facili- OR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- The First Thanksgiving. In no position to give thanks. The mers J.S. Jones, organization di- Butterfat ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- ties for financing the farmers. spirit of optimism will possess us to or Shop. *12-tf  Three hundred and It is expected that the'committee the extent that we are able to give one years ago, from will cause meetings of the farm or- thanks in spirit and ha truth to the HEMSTITCHING--Will do hemstitch-  the little vessel "May: ganizations and bankers to be called Giver of All Good Gifts today. ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A.L.  flower," aknownband of,,Pil_peo- in the different states to investigate For the fact remains that, in spite pie a s and help work out local problems, nit our difficulties, we are the most Why not Waddans. 27-tf-c grim." ancho,ed on the shores of is fel that a great deal of benefit prosperousf and the most favorably slt- /ANTED--CIean 56-pound wheat and America, tim !and of freedom and hap- will be derived from the comprehen- sated nation on the earth and that buckwheat at the Mill, Lake View piness, sive considerationoftheproblemthat we havemorereasonsforcontentment get the Feed and Mill Co. 28-tf They endured many hardships the the committee will be able to secure, and gratitude than any other people. first winter on this "stern and rock- and that such comprehensive partici- This Thanksgiving day, if Observed FOR SALE--10 Poland China Male bound coast." But the following pation by bankers generally may'as-in thespirit of thosewho Inaugurated BEST.00 Hogs, weighing from 200 to 350 lbs. spring, prospects were brightened, sist in a restoration of confidence and It, is capable of lifting the spirit and Alo 30 sows and gilts for March and they reaped an abundant harvest, mor effective functioning of bankfig thought of the American people to new and April Farrow. Write or call "Let us set aside a day for prayer institutions where proper security can heights and of ushering in a new era Sam Johnson, Wheaten, Minn 29-4 thanksgiving thank t h e Heavenly be obtained, of contentment and happiness. Wherl buying Father for the mercies which he has It was agreed by the committee and Thanksgiving day comes to mean LOST--Ladies' Plush Coat with Coon showed us," cried one of the Pilgrims. the directors of the War Finance Cor- today not only an occasion when we get it at the Skin Collar, bearing dealer's label, The day was spent in feasting and potation that existing conditions war- may express our gratitude to the Most Shellers, Watertown, S. D., some- in prayer and we as American peo- rant the granting of liberal credits to High for His care and kindness in the where on road east of Correll three ple still ]ep this day in commemora- assist farmers in storing corn for or- past. but likewise a time when by City weeks ago Saturday. Coat con- tion of the Pilgrims. derly marketing and in purchasing rained gloves and a purse with some marshaling our blessings before us we money. Reward of $15 will be paid --Elizabeth Heaeock. feeder live stock through loan corn- are Inspired with new hope and tour- for information leading to its re- panies and banks. The corporation age for the future. Meat ,covery. Albert Jacobsen, Waubay, Miss Rourke spent the week-end in already has been engaged in making S.D. 28-2-p Minneapolis. advances on a considerable scale in @- The Senior class held a business the live stock sections and in the corn Market ,WE WILL SELL you a very good meeting Monday night., belt. A better price can be obtained CHEERFULNESS grade of flour at $3.00 per 98-lb. The Seventh Grade called a class for corn, under prevailing price levels, sack, and bran at $19.00 per ton; meeting Wednesday at which time a by feeding it to live stock than by It means a contended spirit, rou are sure will grind wheat, corn, rye, and class yell and song were chosen, selling in the market under present it means a pure heart, it means uckwheat into a fine grade of flour a kind and loving disposition, it ,and meal at 90 cents for 100 pounds. The eighth grade had a sleigh-ride conditions, means a generous appreciation getting only Lake View Feed & Mill Co. 28-tf party Friday night after which they of others and a modest opinion st)eaks ,chops, enjoyed a lunch at Iola Smith's home. Mrs. Wayne Ross will entertain at Thanksgiving dinner her father and of self.-- William Makepeace stews etc., Verona Mowery was chosen as cap- mother, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bolsta; Dr. Thackery. MICKIE SAYS tain for the Freshman Basketball and Mrs. Chas. Bolsta, and her grand-  team at a class meeting Wednesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bolsta, and LUNDSTROM GEISEL, 0rtonville " noon. I  OD .Nt.A't' J Much to the sorrow of the Junior ,Chas" H. Bolsta. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House |OtvIAO54KD .Ok4T [ and Senior High School pupils no six at all hours. They're delicious. | VOlaO laDD " ,T ] week examinations are to be given J AI4  Ntlt4 arOV hl #k  this period. tOOT  .etl."04'  The Seniors enjoyed a sleigh ride ",T party last Wednesday evening. After 1 0 A d.0  Pk'.''O A t,ll  a lively ride in the "bobs' 'they went .] NJ, Ot4Oll4 "Y4  to the home of Lylyan Block to indulge SOMETHING D [ .....`  ' J in oyster stew and apple pie. Work HAS HAPPENE AT i ,- The Modern History class is in The 0rtonville Hardware Co charge of one of the members each ; ' recitation period. A moderate form ! 0 of socialized recitation is carried on @ o . , which seem to be exceedingly advan- is to intricate for us , , , tageous.  "".l 04tbeP' several teachers are expecting to to handle when it PRICES ] (-,  spend Thanksgiving with home folks HAVE BEEN CUT [ o' and those who have too many miles comes to Machine Re- L .  to travel or have not the "where-with- all' will remain here for the vaca- pairing. We have the L tion days. It means that you can buy TWO ARTICLES of equipment to handle Seein00 the Earth Move. in housekeeping goods at almost [the OLD PRICE OF ONE. With a bowl of water and some this work promptly : powdered resin one may observe the We want you to BENEFIT by this drop in price. earth's motion, we are told by S. and efficiently. Leonard Bastin in The Scientific We want YOU TO SEE FOR YOURSELF. American (New York). It is com- monly supposed, says Mr. Bastin, that it is not possible to demonstrate the Bring It In This is Your opportunity to bny Useful Christmas movement of the earth without elabor- f ate apparatus, which is far from being Everything will be ready Saturday morning. ,-J the case. He goes on: "In the first place select a room that is fairly free from vibration. A S HALL S TABLES ARE LOADED UP aT. B." Symptoms In Then obtain a good-sized bowl or tub , Poultry Are Described a foot or more in diameter and rath- er deep, and nearly fill it with water. Ortonville THE WINDOWS ARE FULL Tuberculosis in poultry flocks can- Place this on the floor of the room in ,ot be fought withsccess until the such a position that'it need not be dis- EVERYTHING IS PRICED disease has been positively identified turbed for some hours. Get some , and systematic measures taken to finely powdered resin and sprinkle a , stamp it out. If the owner has rea-coating of this on the surface of the EACH snn to believe that his bii'ds are water" Any finesubstaneethatwould   "rue' "ng afflicted he should send one, dead or float and not be dissolved for some A SPECIAL MORNING At 9 alive, to the veterinary division, Uni- hours would do as well. Next secure versity Farm, St. Paul, for examina- a little coal dust and sprinkle some on tion. Dead birds can be sent by par- top of the resin in straight line from Beyond the general cut in prices, we have gone eel post. Symptoms by which the the center to the eircumference. Car- disease can generally be detected are ry this line up over the rim of the on a few specials and they will be on sale each morning at thus summarized by Dr. W. A. Bil- bowl, and make it broad enough to It doesn't make any o'clock as long as they last. linEs of'University Farm. be clearly seen--say about an inch*in difference to us whether width. The bowl may now be left "Soon after infection the birds are for several hours, at the end of which your j o b of hauling noted to be falling off in their appetite time it will be noticed that an inter'- takes us 1 mile or 250 wnd appear listless. Their movements eating thing has happened. It will be axe slow and they are easily caught, seen thatthelineofthesufaceofthe miles from Ortonville---" SPECIAL ITEM for SATURDAY As the disease progresses, the comb water has changed its psition and and wattles may become pale in color, that it no longer meets that @hieh we are prepared to go Diarrhoea may be noted at this sta, e runs up over the rim of the bowl. As --promptly and eco- 1"" One ands half quart Alum- and this continues until the end. The a matter of fact the black line on the nomieaUy. We make a bird now becomes very thin and there surface of the water has swept around l )U inure Sauce Pans . el; are little or no breast muscles in some from east to west. What has hap- specialty of "long dis- Sells regularly at $1.10. One to customer. cases. The breast bone is easily felt. pened is this: The water i the bowl The average handler of poultry usa- has stood still thruout the time which tance hauhng. ally speaks of this condition as 'going it has been left the vessel has been Aluninul Covers to fit, each . . . 16c light.' carried around by the motion of the j Ph 00--- As Long as They Last--- 100 "If a bird showing these symptoms earth from the west to east. Another ust one dies or is killed, the liver is found to way of putting it is that the earth has be much enlarged and dotted with wung round thru a considerable arc 91 yellowish-white spots of varying size from west to east leaving the water and number. These spots may be quite stationary." Literary Digest. otn(,  the inte.tincs i the form of I yellowish lumps. The spleen, the "Mother. are there any men angels small round organ located under the in heaven?" Wm Cummens li,'er, may also contain these spots. If "Why certainly, clear boy." birds how the above combination of "But, mother. I never saw any pic- physical signs amt appear as described tares of angels with whiskers." Ortonville, Minn. inside, one can be practically sure of "No, dear, men get in with a close shave. m PAGE, 8 " "" " "' '.r,!   " THE ORTONVILI,P. ZNDEPENDENT THURSDAY, o1, * War Finance Corporation r'essimlsm Has No Place 5 ELEVATORS JOIN rector of the Minnesota [ WANT ADS '1 SCHOOL NOTES I To Relieve Corn Raisers in the Real Spirit of o  U.S. GRAIN GROWERS federation, and now ]FOR SALE--Luroc Jersey Boars, t THANKSGIVING. Time of anks0ivi Grain Growers' membership adopted the phrase "Run It Eligible to registry. Walter Hun The War Finance Corporation today -- Cou,nty Bank President Signs Con- as the motto of institution ix son, Ortonville, Minn., R 1. 2  Thanksgiving is here announced the membership of its Corn After having devoted so much of tract To Market 1,000 Bushels sots Every farmer who again, the tiptoe when Belt Advisory Committee, the majority  .e to bemoaning the misfortunes I Under Farmers' Plan. EWING--P]ain Sewing Cal! .c /. evelyone's heart is fill- rooms over Mark Clothing stAe, ed with ttmnks and of whom have been conferring with  bve come to us as a people dur-I equal voice in the national corporation, farm praise to the One ab=ve the War Finance Corporation Direc-  t" }, past year, It will do us good I Five elevators joined the U. S. Grain ricers point out. 29-2-p /he is the Father and Maker c, all, (lays. The committee will now pro- ]D at the other side of the ledger lth e national co-operative marketing sots to manage the affairs tots in Wa:,hington for the past two   [L Thanksgiving day to stop and Growers, Inc., within four days after "It is up to the far, nets 'OR SALE--'Iwo Shropshire Bucks Let our thoughts wander bk to ced to establish headquarters in Chi- and cast up the acconnt of the good corporation offered its first contracts marketing agency in this at. $10.00 e:ch if taken at once .he day when our Pilgrim fathers, sc  c*go, from which place its work will things that have come to us. in Minnesota. themselves," Mr. Jones sayS. Phone Roy Wellendorf, or write, thoughtfully md prayerfl:l'y set aside be directed Our situation admittedly has not The first grain producer to sign a Address Odessa, Minn., RFD. *28-2 hat first day of praise and Thanks- ]'he committee will endeavor to ob- been as favorable in many respects as contract to market thru the national ]MINNOW,%--Fine Lake Shiners. You 'iving. Can we not see tbcm gather- cain the Cooperation of the banking we could desire. We have had prob- corporation for five years was C H LOCAL MARKETo can get them at Eahtonka. ,Fishing Lug around the table ih their In- organizations generally throughout lems and difficulties which naturally is good. 29-p dian friends enjoying: all the bounties the corn belt for the purpose of pr,- aroused dissatisfaction and discontent. Wallace, president of the First Nation- Farmers Elevator and Fad of life? Yet at 1he same time not viding adequate financing for the or- We hay 9 been feeling mighty sorry al bank, Holmer, Ill., who contracted Northern Spring, No. 1 .FOI SALE--Duroc Jersey Boars, eli- ?orgetting to , e thanks to their derly marketing of corn and the feed- for ourS'elves, to ship the grain raised on his 510 Flax jgibie to registzT. Walter Hanson, R. Maker for h's kind care and provi- ing of live stock. Perhaps Thanksgiving occasion could acre farm near Warren, Marshall Oats 3., Ortonville, Minn. 28-4-p dence thr ::i1 those weary months? Bankers generally will be urged to bring no greater blessing to us as a county, Minnesota. Mr. Wallace has Rye So on':ht we all, on this day of all consid6 the problem of the farmers people than to readjust our perspec- farms in six states, and has signed Corn .ANTE D--Ladies' and Gents' days ;;ause just for a moment and of the corn belt in their respective tire and displace pessimism with a .six separate contracts so that the Barley clothes to clean and press. City th..r4 our Heavenly Father for the districts and to cooperate, through new spirit of optimism, grain produced on all six farms will go Tracy*Shumaker Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- many blessingswhich he has destowed the Agricultural Loan Agencies of the Before we enter Into the true spirit thru the U. S. Grain Growers, Inc. prietor. *12-tf upon us. Along with our thanks we War Finance Corportion, in providing of the day it is necessary to put away The first five Minnesota co-operative Turkeys, No. 1 should add a prayer that the great adequate funds to meet the present our hatreds, our grouches and discon- elevators to join in the national mar- Geese ]POP OORNI have a limited amount world conference being held at Wash situation, tents and center our thoughts upon keting plan are at Minneota, Tauten, Ducks of nice shelled white rice pop corn, ington will establish and maintain the In the event that the local institu- the blessings that have come. If one Tracy, Cottonwood and Balaton, all Springs ]raised two years ago for sale at 10c principles of our Pilgrim Fathers and tions find themselves unable, for one would give thanks he must realize the in Lyon county. Old Roosters per pound. Willard Fish. Phone universal peace, reason or another, to take care of the fa.ct of having been 'blessed, and in Declaring that no "brass hand" Hens, general run doing so he minimizes the misfortunes methods would he used in presenting Eggs 213-J. 29-2 --Evelyn Wagner. situation the concmittee will find ways he has exprienced. The pessimist is the marketing plan to Minnesota far- Ortonville Creamerlf ---- and means to create additional facili- OR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- The First Thanksgiving. In no position to give thanks. The mers J.S. Jones, organization di- Butterfat ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- ties for financing the farmers. spirit of optimism will possess us to or Shop. *12-tf  Three hundred and It is expected that the'committee the extent that we are able to give one years ago, from will cause meetings of the farm or- thanks in spirit and ha truth to the HEMSTITCHING--Will do hemstitch-  the little vessel "May: ganizations and bankers to be called Giver of All Good Gifts today. ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A.L.  flower," aknownband of,,Pil_peo- in the different states to investigate For the fact remains that, in spite pie a s and help work out local problems, nit our difficulties, we are the most Why not Waddans. 27-tf-c grim." ancho,ed on the shores of is fel that a great deal of benefit prosperousf and the most favorably slt- /ANTED--CIean 56-pound wheat and America, tim !and of freedom and hap- will be derived from the comprehen- sated nation on the earth and that buckwheat at the Mill, Lake View piness, sive considerationoftheproblemthat we havemorereasonsforcontentment get the Feed and Mill Co. 28-tf They endured many hardships the the committee will be able to secure, and gratitude than any other people. first winter on this "stern and rock- and that such comprehensive partici- This Thanksgiving day, if Observed FOR SALE--10 Poland China Male bound coast." But the following pation by bankers generally may'as-in thespirit of thosewho Inaugurated BEST.00 Hogs, weighing from 200 to 350 lbs. spring, prospects were brightened, sist in a restoration of confidence and It, is capable of lifting the spirit and Alo 30 sows and gilts for March and they reaped an abundant harvest, mor effective functioning of bankfig thought of the American people to new and April Farrow. Write or call "Let us set aside a day for prayer institutions where proper security can heights and of ushering in a new era Sam Johnson, Wheaten, Minn 29-4 thanksgiving thank t h e Heavenly be obtained, of contentment and happiness. Wherl buying Father for the mercies which he has It was agreed by the committee and Thanksgiving day comes to mean LOST--Ladies' Plush Coat with Coon showed us," cried one of the Pilgrims. the directors of the War Finance Cor- today not only an occasion when we get it at the Skin Collar, bearing dealer's label, The day was spent in feasting and potation that existing conditions war- may express our gratitude to the Most Shellers, Watertown, S. D., some- in prayer and we as American peo- rant the granting of liberal credits to High for His care and kindness in the where on road east of Correll three ple still ]ep this day in commemora- assist farmers in storing corn for or- past. but likewise a time when by City weeks ago Saturday. Coat con- tion of the Pilgrims. derly marketing and in purchasing rained gloves and a purse with some marshaling our blessings before us we money. Reward of $15 will be paid --Elizabeth Heaeock. feeder live stock through loan corn- are Inspired with new hope and tour- for information leading to its re- panies and banks. The corporation age for the future. Meat ,covery. Albert Jacobsen, Waubay, Miss Rourke spent the week-end in already has been engaged in making S.D. 28-2-p Minneapolis. advances on a considerable scale in @- The Senior class held a business the live stock sections and in the corn Market ,WE WILL SELL you a very good meeting Monday night., belt. A better price can be obtained CHEERFULNESS grade of flour at $3.00 per 98-lb. The Seventh Grade called a class for corn, under prevailing price levels, sack, and bran at $19.00 per ton; meeting Wednesday at which time a by feeding it to live stock than by It means a contended spirit, rou are sure will grind wheat, corn, rye, and class yell and song were chosen, selling in the market under present it means a pure heart, it means uckwheat into a fine grade of flour a kind and loving disposition, it ,and meal at 90 cents for 100 pounds. The eighth grade had a sleigh-ride conditions, means a generous appreciation getting only Lake View Feed & Mill Co. 28-tf party Friday night after which they of others and a modest opinion st)eaks ,chops, enjoyed a lunch at Iola Smith's home. Mrs. Wayne Ross will entertain at Thanksgiving dinner her father and of self.-- William Makepeace stews etc., Verona Mowery was chosen as cap- mother, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bolsta; Dr. Thackery. MICKIE SAYS tain for the Freshman Basketball and Mrs. Chas. Bolsta, and her grand-  team at a class meeting Wednesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bolsta, and LUNDSTROM GEISEL, 0rtonville " noon. I  OD .Nt.A't' J Much to the sorrow of the Junior ,Chas" H. Bolsta. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House |OtvIAO54KD .Ok4T [ and Senior High School pupils no six at all hours. They're delicious. | VOlaO laDD " ,T ] week examinations are to be given J AI4  Ntlt4 arOV hl #k  this period. tOOT  .etl."04'  The Seniors enjoyed a sleigh ride ",T party last Wednesday evening. After 1 0 A d.0  Pk'.''O A t,ll  a lively ride in the "bobs' 'they went .] NJ, Ot4Oll4 "Y4  to the home of Lylyan Block to indulge SOMETHING D [ .....`  ' J in oyster stew and apple pie. Work HAS HAPPENE AT i ,- The Modern History class is in The 0rtonville Hardware Co charge of one of the members each ; ' recitation period. A moderate form ! 0 of socialized recitation is carried on @ o . , which seem to be exceedingly advan- is to intricate for us , , , tageous.  "".l 04tbeP' several teachers are expecting to to handle when it PRICES ] (-,  spend Thanksgiving with home folks HAVE BEEN CUT [ o' and those who have too many miles comes to Machine Re- L .  to travel or have not the "where-with- all' will remain here for the vaca- pairing. We have the L tion days. It means that you can buy TWO ARTICLES of equipment to handle Seein00 the Earth Move. in housekeeping goods at almost [the OLD PRICE OF ONE. With a bowl of water and some this work promptly : powdered resin one may observe the We want you to BENEFIT by this drop in price. earth's motion, we are told by S. and efficiently. Leonard Bastin in The Scientific We want YOU TO SEE FOR YOURSELF. American (New York). It is com- monly supposed, says Mr. Bastin, that it is not possible to demonstrate the Bring It In This is Your opportunity to bny Useful Christmas movement of the earth without elabor- f ate apparatus, which is far from being Everything will be ready Saturday morning. ,-J the case. He goes on: "In the first place select a room that is fairly free from vibration. A S HALL S TABLES ARE LOADED UP aT. B." Symptoms In Then obtain a good-sized bowl or tub , Poultry Are Described a foot or more in diameter and rath- er deep, and nearly fill it with water. Ortonville THE WINDOWS ARE FULL Tuberculosis in poultry flocks can- Place this on the floor of the room in ,ot be fought withsccess until the such a position that'it need not be dis- EVERYTHING IS PRICED disease has been positively identified turbed for some hours. Get some , and systematic measures taken to finely powdered resin and sprinkle a , stamp it out. If the owner has rea-coating of this on the surface of the EACH snn to believe that his bii'ds are water" Any finesubstaneethatwould   "rue' "ng afflicted he should send one, dead or float and not be dissolved for some A SPECIAL MORNING At 9 alive, to the veterinary division, Uni- hours would do as well. Next secure versity Farm, St. Paul, for examina- a little coal dust and sprinkle some on tion. Dead birds can be sent by par- top of the resin in straight line from Beyond the general cut in prices, we have gone eel post. Symptoms by which the the center to the eircumference. Car- disease can generally be detected are ry this line up over the rim of the on a few specials and they will be on sale each morning at thus summarized by Dr. W. A. Bil- bowl, and make it broad enough to It doesn't make any o'clock as long as they last. linEs of'University Farm. be clearly seen--say about an inch*in difference to us whether width. The bowl may now be left "Soon after infection the birds are for several hours, at the end of which your j o b of hauling noted to be falling off in their appetite time it will be noticed that an inter'- takes us 1 mile or 250 wnd appear listless. Their movements eating thing has happened. It will be axe slow and they are easily caught, seen thatthelineofthesufaceofthe miles from Ortonville---" SPECIAL ITEM for SATURDAY As the disease progresses, the comb water has changed its psition and and wattles may become pale in color, that it no longer meets that @hieh we are prepared to go Diarrhoea may be noted at this sta, e runs up over the rim of the bowl. As --promptly and eco- 1"" One ands half quart Alum- and this continues until the end. The a matter of fact the black line on the nomieaUy. We make a bird now becomes very thin and there surface of the water has swept around l )U inure Sauce Pans . el; are little or no breast muscles in some from east to west. What has hap- specialty of "long dis- Sells regularly at $1.10. One to customer. cases. The breast bone is easily felt. pened is this: The water i the bowl The average handler of poultry usa- has stood still thruout the time which tance hauhng. ally speaks of this condition as 'going it has been left the vessel has been Aluninul Covers to fit, each . . . 16c light.' carried around by the motion of the j Ph 00--- As Long as They Last--- 100 "If a bird showing these symptoms earth from the west to east. Another ust one dies or is killed, the liver is found to way of putting it is that the earth has be much enlarged and dotted with wung round thru a considerable arc 91 yellowish-white spots of varying size from west to east leaving the water and number. These spots may be quite stationary." Literary Digest. otn(,  the inte.tincs i the form of I yellowish lumps. The spleen, the "Mother. are there any men angels small round organ located under the in heaven?" Wm Cummens li,'er, may also contain these spots. If "Why certainly, clear boy." birds how the above combination of "But, mother. I never saw any pic- physical signs amt appear as described tares of angels with whiskers." Ortonville, Minn. inside, one can be practically sure of "No, dear, men get in with a close shave. m 0SE S0SJECT TO L'CE"SE AGREEME"T REPRO00CT'O" 0,SSEM,,AT,C, STORAGE 0'STR'S0T'O" PROH'S'TE0 PAGE tl .......  'g-l[! THE ORTONVILI, INDEPENDENT THURSDAY. NOVEMBF i WANT ADS 1" SCHOOL NnTE *lwar Finance Corporation resslmlsm-Has No Plaoe 15 ELEVATORS JOIN aor 1 * ............  I To Relieve Corn Raisers in the Real Spirit of U S GRAIN (;ROWlR.q] federation, and Eligible to registry. Walter Has Th nk " i 's h The War F aance Corporat on toda -- " "  . o n r ' s Oto II M' R I 2  a "Sglvngl e n un 0 on, 1" nvl e, ms., a ai the ' a o d the n,mbehip of its Corn ASter hay e e g n, me when [ [tAd EWINCPlaln----Seng Ca eeyone' har s  e VlOly Co)mlte, the majorit) 111 e to bemnlng the raJstortun Under Farmer'S' Plan so . .ver' fer wh J b*ve eome to us as a people dur- -- " equd vo] ]n the managcm 8 o whoa have been conferrin with om over Mark Clothing st je. ed w)th flmnks and he Wa F a e C r or D I17  h P s year I do u good F' , nhonl ,crpra on fm 292 prate o heOnea ve t  Inr I Op alan ]rec  I Thankgblngn , dayW to stop atd ve cleverre  omedtheUS Grain. ricers pan oat. th F th " I ors in 'a: gas fu the pus ...... ale e a erandMakersL la Th Growe I no. w]tnlH our days after IOR SALE--' o Shropshire t t y e commit ee w now p o. it to the fa e at 10 00 e ch if taken al I   .h,,  t . +u I  ' e olr houghts wder L. to  c ,t thump t the a;:n n tto fu ;ele d p :ratinnalo fleetea P ertat I e t ra r k;:  I ...... .nPn a rm ...... cod to estabhsh headqualters in Chl- Phone Roy We endorf, or 'lout'Yf:;:n.yrpr:Uyg,;.:c?r' ,go frnm x, hich place its work will ..................... M r .... Ima*ketmg a Addles Olesza Minn" RFD" h t filet /iay of plaie a; d Thank"s:  directed Our situs Inn nd n ed y as "nines L " [ themselves " ---- ': . " " l'he committee will endeavor to oh the first grmn pducer to sign a IM NNOWSne Lake Shn zlxmg..an not seethem gather cain the coopmution of the hankin h E n 'rig around the table v i the r I - - ' g for five years can ge  at ahto k. dian friends enjoyin- aN the bounties [ganlzatlns generally throughout wlch namralty Wallace, president of the First Nation- for the pulese of discontent al bank, Holmer, Ill., is gL of life? Yet at sis same time not viding adequate financing for the or- tar ouelvem to ship the grain Flax bOlf SAL'E Duroc Jersey Boars, e- ,ugetting" to ,e thanks to their We hay been feeling mighty sorry derly marketing glble to registT. Walter son, R, for h, kind care and previ ins of live stock. Perhaps Thanksgiving occasion coald  fal near Warren, Oats 8., OrtonviIle, Minn. 28 4-p den thr,, ,11 those weary months? Banlce generally will be urged to bring no greater hirasing to us as a county, Minnesota. Mr.  Rye -- So on ht we all, on this day of all onside the plobem of the fullers people than to sdJnst our pev s in six states, and has signed CO tANTED--Ladies' d Gents' days Tense just for a moment and of the corn belt in their specti displace pslmlsm with a separate ntts so Barley clothes to clean and pr City Heavenly Father for the districts and to cooperate, through  t  optimism. Try-Shaker C Tailor Shop A. W. Yog..ltft  blessings which he has desowed the Agticn]tulai Loan Agencies of tile Befo we enter Into the true splrR s, Inn, Along with our thanka we War Finance Corpel'tion, in pvidiag of tl day It Is nessary to put away The first five Minneta co-operative Turkeys, add a prayer that the great adequate funds to meet the present our groaeh and dIscon- to join Geese held at Wash prletor. of principles of our Pi per pound. Willard Fish, iveaI pea. 213L --E]yn Wagner. FOR sALEsLadies' and Cents' Tail- The Fit Thanksgiving. ored Salts for sale at the City Tail- or Shop.  Three one years ago, the little vssel ins at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L r flower," a band of Wadders. 27-tf- pie kno as "lil- grime" anehol on the shares of Ameri tile !and of fedom and hap- bkwheat at the Mill giess Feed d Mill Co. They endured many hardships the first winter on tbs *'stern FOR SALE--10 Poland cot." But the tallowing Hogs, weighing h pspts wen brghtoned, Also 80 sows and gilts for March and they reaped an abundant haes d ApriI Fow. "Let us set aside a da for S Johnson, Wheaton, Minn. thanksgiving thank t h e Heavenly the meies which he has showed us,"ried one of the Pilgrim. Skin Collar, bearing deaier' label, The day was spent in feasting and Shcllers, Watertown, S. D., some- in prayer, and we as American pie still ep this day weeks ago Saturday Ct con- ties of the Pilgrims talned gloves and a pur with some --Elizabeth Heock. money. Reward of $15 ll be pdd for intonation leading to its - very. Albert Jabeon, Waubay, S.D. 28-2-p Minneapolis. The Senior class held a WE WILL SELL you a very goad meetingMonday rdght. grade of flour at $8.00 per 8-1h. The Seventh Grade Iled k. and br at $19.00 per ton; Will grind wheat, earn, rye, kwheat into a fine grad of flour and meat at 9O cent for 100 pounds. Lake View Feed & Mill Co. l MICKIE SAY- f "T, B." Symptoms In Poultry Are Described Tubercults in poult flocks e- t be fought with diea hao been positively identifies and ystsmatic meu taken to starap it out If the owner h rea- nn to believe that his bilMs a afflietod he hauld send one, dead or alive, to the veterinary divhion, Uni- versity Farm, St. Paul, for exina- tlon. Dead birds can be nt b l pt. Symptom by which the disease can genelly be detected a thus marited by Dr. W. A. Bil- lings of "Unvemlty Fa. noted to be falling off ia their appetite lad ppe littles. ae slow and they are easiIy caught As the diase pgttsse, the eoml and welles may beco pale in color ]Diarrhoea may be noted at this 1, ad ths continues untl[ the end, Th bird eaae The breast bane is easily felt The avera handler of poultry usu ally peaks of this condition s 'goin light.' If a bitfl shoing thee symptom dies or be much enlalged and dotted ellow h-white spots of varying size al, d number. These spots may be $onad en the intetlnes io the form lf ellowiql lumps. The spleen, the malI tnd organ located under the liver, may also contain the spots. It birds physical sis anil al class yell and song were chosen. The eighth grade had a sleigh-ride party Fday night after which they enjoyed a leh at Iola Smith's home. fain for the Fshman te at a class meetlag Wednesday noon. Much to the ow of the Jumer and Sefior High hool pupils no six are to be given this peliod. The Seniors enjoyed a sleigh rlde party Iast Wednesday evening. After a lively ride in the "bobs' 'they went m the home of Lgiyau Blk to indulge in oyster stew d apple pie. Tho Mede Histo class charge of one eitatlon period A madete fo of socialid itaton is envied on seem to be exceedingly advert tgooua Several teachers are expeetlng to spentl Thanksgiving with home folks and those who have t ny miles nil' will remain here for the vaca- tion days. Slng the Earth Move With a bowl of water and eme owdered sha one may ob-e the etth's matin,, we m od by S ' Bastin in The Sdentfie (New Y'k). It is com- monly supposed, says Mr. Bastln, that t is not possible to demonstrate the movement nf the earth wltheut elaber ate apparatus, which s far from being e n e. He goes on: "ln the first ple select a room fairly from er deep. d nearly fill Ple this on the flr ef the om in for me hours. Get some finely powdered sin and sprinkle a coating of this on the surf Any fi substance that would fleet d not be dssolved for so hours would do as well Next seeu id s top of the n in straightlinefm Omr- ry his line up over the rim of the bowl, and make it bad enough to clely seenay about an tnch'ln The bowl y now be left at the end of which m intei'- esng thing has happened. en that the line of the our face of the water h chased its Isition d that it no longer meets that ivhich rim of the bowl. As ete to wes Wat ha* hap. i the bow it has bn left the veel ound by the motion of the earth from the west to east way of putting wt to east leaving the water qute statnnary."--L craT Digest. "Moher. are there any men angels "Why rtalnIy, dear bey." "But, mother, I never saw an., pic- tuls Of angels with wikel,s." "No, dear, men get ia with a dose shave." In the event that the themselves unable, It II ,z the fa or- ganizations and bankers to be called in the different states to invtigate and help wnrk out II pr0hhms, an s felt that a gat deal of benefit will be derived fm the mphen- problem that such patlon by banke generally may '- mozr effeetive fcioning of bankfug insthtions where pper eurity can be obtained Itwas agreed b. the War Finan Cot" poration that existing eoudltions war rant the granting in storing corn for or- derly marketing and in purchasing live stk through leas com- panies and banks. Tim eorporatlon aiady has been engaged in malting on a considerable scale in and in the corn belt A better for corn, under pvailing price levels, by feeding it to live stock than by llin in the market under psent Mrs. Wayne Rs vll tortain at Thanksgiving dnner bet father and mother, Mr. and M. H Bolsta; Dr. and her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Balers, and Chas.  Bolsta. No Work is to intricate for Us to handle when it comes to Machine Re. pairing. We have the equipment to handle this work promptly and efficiently. Rring It In A. S. HALLS Ortonvnh Trucking It doesn't make any difference to tls whether your job of hauling takes us 1 mile or 250 miles from 0rtonville---" we are prepared to go --promptly and eco. nomically. We make a specialty of "long dis- tance hauling." Just Phonc 91 Wm. Cummens Ortonville, Minn. nter our thought upon ke ing p an are at Mimota, Tauten. Ducks the hteealngs mat have me. Traey, Cottonwood and Balaton, Springs would gtve thank. e mt in Lyon county. rapt of having bn mesed Dlariug that no "bs Hens, general mn dela methuds would be used in psentin Egg he ha. experienced. The pessimist Is the marketing Ortonville Cre In no pltlon tn give thanks. splth of optimism WlU I the etent ta e re ab to gi -- thmaks a prt na m truth to th F the e  t  sp f ur taent. we ar te t pperous mad t mes favoy t uate nate n the art we hve ore aon fer tntmeut pene  eapa of ftng the prt and ght t h Aetlca pep elgts a o nheng  a etnt an appne tody n n  oeease may exp eu trattde t te t lgh f It,s e d kne  te pat but ee  te e by aamg o tga efore u we fr the fut CHEERFULNESS It means a ntended spirit, it means a pure heart, t means a kind and loving disoitlon, it means a genemua appreciation of othe and a mdt opinion ef self.--William Make.ace Thaekery.. J. S. Jones, organization at all hours. They' delicious. Why not get the BEST? When buying get it at the City Meat Market You are sure then getting only steak. stews, etc., LUNDSTROM  GEISEL, Ortonville J SOMETHING HAS HAPPENED AT The Ortonville Hardware Co. PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT It means that you can buy TWO ARTICLES of hardware in housekeeping goods at almost [the OLD PRICE OF ONE, We want you to BENEFIT by this drop in price. We want YOU TO SEE FOR YOURSELF. This is Your opportunity to bny Useful Christmas Gifts. Everything will be ready Saturday morning TABLES ARE LOADED UP THE WINDOWS ARE FULL EVERYTHING IS PRICED A SPECIAL EACH MORNING At 9 Beyond the general cut in prices, we have on a few specials and they will be on o'clock as long as they last. SPECIAL ITEM for SATURDAY MORNING 100 One and a half quart Alum- ,i' inum Sauce Pans .... qtOU Sells regularly at $1.10. One to customer. Aluminum Covers to fit, each . . 16e I --- As Long as They Last --- 100 PAGE, 8 " "" " "' '.r,!   " THE ORTONVILI,P. ZNDEPENDENT THURSDAY, o1, * War Finance Corporation r'essimlsm Has No Place 5 ELEVATORS JOIN rector of the Minnesota [ WANT ADS '1 SCHOOL NOTES I To Relieve Corn Raisers in the Real Spirit of o  U.S. GRAIN GROWERS federation, and now ]FOR SALE--Luroc Jersey Boars, t THANKSGIVING. Time of anks0ivi Grain Growers' membership adopted the phrase "Run It Eligible to registry. Walter Hun The War Finance Corporation today -- Cou,nty Bank President Signs Con- as the motto of institution ix son, Ortonville, Minn., R 1. 2  Thanksgiving is here announced the membership of its Corn After having devoted so much of tract To Market 1,000 Bushels sots Every farmer who again, the tiptoe when Belt Advisory Committee, the majority  .e to bemoaning the misfortunes I Under Farmers' Plan. EWING--P]ain Sewing Cal! .c /. evelyone's heart is fill- rooms over Mark Clothing stAe, ed with ttmnks and of whom have been conferring with  bve come to us as a people dur-I equal voice in the national corporation, farm praise to the One ab=ve the War Finance Corporation Direc-  t" }, past year, It will do us good I Five elevators joined the U. S. Grain ricers point out. 29-2-p /he is the Father and Maker c, all, (lays. The committee will now pro- ]D at the other side of the ledger lth e national co-operative marketing sots to manage the affairs tots in Wa:,hington for the past two   [L Thanksgiving day to stop and Growers, Inc., within four days after "It is up to the far, nets 'OR SALE--'Iwo Shropshire Bucks Let our thoughts wander bk to ced to establish headquarters in Chi- and cast up the acconnt of the good corporation offered its first contracts marketing agency in this at. $10.00 e:ch if taken at once .he day when our Pilgrim fathers, sc  c*go, from which place its work will things that have come to us. in Minnesota. themselves," Mr. Jones sayS. Phone Roy Wellendorf, or write, thoughtfully md prayerfl:l'y set aside be directed Our situation admittedly has not The first grain producer to sign a Address Odessa, Minn., RFD. *28-2 hat first day of praise and Thanks- ]'he committee will endeavor to ob- been as favorable in many respects as contract to market thru the national ]MINNOW,%--Fine Lake Shiners. You 'iving. Can we not see tbcm gather- cain the Cooperation of the banking we could desire. We have had prob- corporation for five years was C H LOCAL MARKETo can get them at Eahtonka. ,Fishing Lug around the table ih their In- organizations generally throughout lems and difficulties which naturally is good. 29-p dian friends enjoying: all the bounties the corn belt for the purpose of pr,- aroused dissatisfaction and discontent. Wallace, president of the First Nation- Farmers Elevator and Fad of life? Yet at 1he same time not viding adequate financing for the or- We hay 9 been feeling mighty sorry al bank, Holmer, Ill., who contracted Northern Spring, No. 1 .FOI SALE--Duroc Jersey Boars, eli- ?orgetting to , e thanks to their derly marketing of corn and the feed- for ourS'elves, to ship the grain raised on his 510 Flax jgibie to registzT. Walter Hanson, R. Maker for h's kind care and provi- ing of live stock. Perhaps Thanksgiving occasion could acre farm near Warren, Marshall Oats 3., Ortonville, Minn. 28-4-p dence thr ::i1 those weary months? Bankers generally will be urged to bring no greater blessing to us as a county, Minnesota. Mr. Wallace has Rye So on':ht we all, on this day of all consid6 the problem of the farmers people than to readjust our perspec- farms in six states, and has signed Corn .ANTE D--Ladies' and Gents' days ;;ause just for a moment and of the corn belt in their respective tire and displace pessimism with a .six separate contracts so that the Barley clothes to clean and press. City th..r4 our Heavenly Father for the districts and to cooperate, through new spirit of optimism, grain produced on all six farms will go Tracy*Shumaker Tailor Shop. A. W. Young, pro- many blessingswhich he has destowed the Agricultural Loan Agencies of the Before we enter Into the true spirit thru the U. S. Grain Growers, Inc. prietor. *12-tf upon us. Along with our thanks we War Finance Corportion, in providing of the day it is necessary to put away The first five Minnesota co-operative Turkeys, No. 1 should add a prayer that the great adequate funds to meet the present our hatreds, our grouches and discon- elevators to join in the national mar- Geese ]POP OORNI have a limited amount world conference being held at Wash situation, tents and center our thoughts upon keting plan are at Minneota, Tauten, Ducks of nice shelled white rice pop corn, ington will establish and maintain the In the event that the local institu- the blessings that have come. If one Tracy, Cottonwood and Balaton, all Springs ]raised two years ago for sale at 10c principles of our Pilgrim Fathers and tions find themselves unable, for one would give thanks he must realize the in Lyon county. Old Roosters per pound. Willard Fish. Phone universal peace, reason or another, to take care of the fa.ct of having been 'blessed, and in Declaring that no "brass hand" Hens, general run doing so he minimizes the misfortunes methods would he used in presenting Eggs 213-J. 29-2 --Evelyn Wagner. situation the concmittee will find ways he has exprienced. The pessimist is the marketing plan to Minnesota far- Ortonville Creamerlf ---- and means to create additional facili- OR SALE--Ladies' and Gents' Tail- The First Thanksgiving. In no position to give thanks. The mers J.S. Jones, organization di- Butterfat ored Suits for sale at the City Tail- ties for financing the farmers. spirit of optimism will possess us to or Shop. *12-tf  Three hundred and It is expected that the'committee the extent that we are able to give one years ago, from will cause meetings of the farm or- thanks in spirit and ha truth to the HEMSTITCHING--Will do hemstitch-  the little vessel "May: ganizations and bankers to be called Giver of All Good Gifts today. ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A.L.  flower," aknownband of,,Pil_peo- in the different states to investigate For the fact remains that, in spite pie a s and help work out local problems, nit our difficulties, we are the most Why not Waddans. 27-tf-c grim." ancho,ed on the shores of is fel that a great deal of benefit prosperousf and the most favorably slt- /ANTED--CIean 56-pound wheat and America, tim !and of freedom and hap- will be derived from the comprehen- sated nation on the earth and that buckwheat at the Mill, Lake View piness, sive considerationoftheproblemthat we havemorereasonsforcontentment get the Feed and Mill Co. 28-tf They endured many hardships the the committee will be able to secure, and gratitude than any other people. first winter on this "stern and rock- and that such comprehensive partici- This Thanksgiving day, if Observed FOR SALE--10 Poland China Male bound coast." But the following pation by bankers generally may'as-in thespirit of thosewho Inaugurated BEST.00 Hogs, weighing from 200 to 350 lbs. spring, prospects were brightened, sist in a restoration of confidence and It, is capable of lifting the spirit and Alo 30 sows and gilts for March and they reaped an abundant harvest, mor effective functioning of bankfig thought of the American people to new and April Farrow. Write or call "Let us set aside a day for prayer institutions where proper security can heights and of ushering in a new era Sam Johnson, Wheaten, Minn 29-4 thanksgiving thank t h e Heavenly be obtained, of contentment and happiness. Wherl buying Father for the mercies which he has It was agreed by the committee and Thanksgiving day comes to mean LOST--Ladies' Plush Coat with Coon showed us," cried one of the Pilgrims. the directors of the War Finance Cor- today not only an occasion when we get it at the Skin Collar, bearing dealer's label, The day was spent in feasting and potation that existing conditions war- may express our gratitude to the Most Shellers, Watertown, S. D., some- in prayer and we as American peo- rant the granting of liberal credits to High for His care and kindness in the where on road east of Correll three ple still ]ep this day in commemora- assist farmers in storing corn for or- past. but likewise a time when by City weeks ago Saturday. Coat con- tion of the Pilgrims. derly marketing and in purchasing rained gloves and a purse with some marshaling our blessings before us we money. Reward of $15 will be paid --Elizabeth Heaeock. feeder live stock through loan corn- are Inspired with new hope and tour- for information leading to its re- panies and banks. The corporation age for the future. Meat ,covery. Albert Jacobsen, Waubay, Miss Rourke spent the week-end in already has been engaged in making S.D. 28-2-p Minneapolis. advances on a considerable scale in @- The Senior class held a business the live stock sections and in the corn Market ,WE WILL SELL you a very good meeting Monday night., belt. A better price can be obtained CHEERFULNESS grade of flour at $3.00 per 98-lb. The Seventh Grade called a class for corn, under prevailing price levels, sack, and bran at $19.00 per ton; meeting Wednesday at which time a by feeding it to live stock than by It means a contended spirit, rou are sure will grind wheat, corn, rye, and class yell and song were chosen, selling in the market under present it means a pure heart, it means uckwheat into a fine grade of flour a kind and loving disposition, it ,and meal at 90 cents for 100 pounds. The eighth grade had a sleigh-ride conditions, means a generous appreciation getting only Lake View Feed & Mill Co. 28-tf party Friday night after which they of others and a modest opinion st)eaks ,chops, enjoyed a lunch at Iola Smith's home. Mrs. Wayne Ross will entertain at Thanksgiving dinner her father and of self.-- William Makepeace stews etc., Verona Mowery was chosen as cap- mother, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bolsta; Dr. Thackery. MICKIE SAYS tain for the Freshman Basketball and Mrs. Chas. Bolsta, and her grand-  team at a class meeting Wednesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bolsta, and LUNDSTROM GEISEL, 0rtonville " noon. I  OD .Nt.A't' J Much to the sorrow of the Junior ,Chas" H. Bolsta. WAFFLES Served at the Pie House |OtvIAO54KD .Ok4T [ and Senior High School pupils no six at all hours. They're delicious. | VOlaO laDD " ,T ] week examinations are to be given J AI4  Ntlt4 arOV hl #k  this period. tOOT  .etl."04'  The Seniors enjoyed a sleigh ride ",T party last Wednesday evening. After 1 0 A d.0  Pk'.''O A t,ll  a lively ride in the "bobs' 'they went .] NJ, Ot4Oll4 "Y4  to the home of Lylyan Block to indulge SOMETHING D [ .....`  ' J in oyster stew and apple pie. Work HAS HAPPENE AT i ,- The Modern History class is in The 0rtonville Hardware Co charge of one of the members each ; ' recitation period. A moderate form ! 0 of socialized recitation is carried on @ o . , which seem to be exceedingly advan- is to intricate for us , , , tageous.  "".l 04tbeP' several teachers are expecting to to handle when it PRICES ] (-,  spend Thanksgiving with home folks HAVE BEEN CUT [ o' and those who have too many miles comes to Machine Re- L .  to travel or have not the "where-with- all' will remain here for the vaca- pairing. We have the L tion days. It means that you can buy TWO ARTICLES of equipment to handle Seein00 the Earth Move. in housekeeping goods at almost [the OLD PRICE OF ONE. With a bowl of water and some this work promptly : powdered resin one may observe the We want you to BENEFIT by this drop in price. earth's motion, we are told by S. and efficiently. Leonard Bastin in The Scientific We want YOU TO SEE FOR YOURSELF. American (New York). It is com- monly supposed, says Mr. Bastin, that it is not possible to demonstrate the Bring It In This is Your opportunity to bny Useful Christmas movement of the earth without elabor- f ate apparatus, which is far from being Everything will be ready Saturday morning. ,-J the case. He goes on: "In the first place select a room that is fairly free from vibration. A S HALL S TABLES ARE LOADED UP aT. B." Symptoms In Then obtain a good-sized bowl or tub , Poultry Are Described a foot or more in diameter and rath- er deep, and nearly fill it with water. Ortonville THE WINDOWS ARE FULL Tuberculosis in poultry flocks can- Place this on the floor of the room in ,ot be fought withsccess until the such a position that'it need not be dis- EVERYTHING IS PRICED disease has been positively identified turbed for some hours. Get some , and systematic measures taken to finely powdered resin and sprinkle a , stamp it out. If the owner has rea-coating of this on the surface of the EACH snn to believe that his bii'ds are water" Any finesubstaneethatwould   "rue' "ng afflicted he should send one, dead or float and not be dissolved for some A SPECIAL MORNING At 9 alive, to the veterinary division, Uni- hours would do as well. Next secure versity Farm, St. Paul, for examina- a little coal dust and sprinkle some on tion. Dead birds can be sent by par- top of the resin in straight line from Beyond the general cut in prices, we have gone eel post. Symptoms by which the the center to the eircumference. Car- disease can generally be detected are ry this line up over the rim of the on a few specials and they will be on sale each morning at thus summarized by Dr. W. A. Bil- bowl, and make it broad enough to It doesn't make any o'clock as long as they last. linEs of'University Farm. be clearly seen--say about an inch*in difference to us whether width. The bowl may now be left "Soon after infection the birds are for several hours, at the end of which your j o b of hauling noted to be falling off in their appetite time it will be noticed that an inter'- takes us 1 mile or 250 wnd appear listless. Their movements eating thing has happened. It will be axe slow and they are easily caught, seen thatthelineofthesufaceofthe miles from Ortonville---" SPECIAL ITEM for SATURDAY As the disease progresses, the comb water has changed its psition and and wattles may become pale in color, that it no longer meets that @hieh we are prepared to go Diarrhoea may be noted at this sta, e runs up over the rim of the bowl. As --promptly and eco- 1"" One ands half quart Alum- and this continues until the end. The a matter of fact the black line on the nomieaUy. We make a bird now becomes very thin and there surface of the water has swept around l )U inure Sauce Pans . el; are little or no breast muscles in some from east to west. What has hap- specialty of "long dis- Sells regularly at $1.10. One to customer. cases. The breast bone is easily felt. pened is this: The water i the bowl The average handler of poultry usa- has stood still thruout the time which tance hauhng. ally speaks of this condition as 'going it has been left the vessel has been Aluninul Covers to fit, each . . . 16c light.' carried around by the motion of the j Ph 00--- As Long as They Last--- 100 "If a bird showing these symptoms earth from the west to east. Another ust one dies or is killed, the liver is found to way of putting it is that the earth has be much enlarged and dotted with wung round thru a considerable arc 91 yellowish-white spots of varying size from west to east leaving the water and number. These spots may be quite stationary." Literary Digest. otn(,  the inte.tincs i the form of I yellowish lumps. The spleen, the "Mother. are there any men angels small round organ located under the in heaven?" Wm Cummens li,'er, may also contain these spots. If "Why certainly, clear boy." birds how the above combination of "But, mother. I never saw any pic- physical signs amt appear as described tares of angels with whiskers." Ortonville, Minn. inside, one can be practically sure of "No, dear, men get in with a close shave. m