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PAGE 8 @: | . ANT ADS 4 NOTICE--Will the party who took the package of repaired shoes from the money order window of the local post office please return .qame ? Mary A. Mogren, P.M. 30-1 OR SALE---One registered Hereford bull calf 8 months old. Will trade :for a good milk cow. Write Oscar Schnaser, Big Stone City, S.D. 30-2 FOR lENT180 acre farm, 1 mile north of green roe. Good deal if taken soon. Mrs. John Buck, Orton- vilie, box 594 "30-1 -oR SALE--Two fine pure bred boars prize winners at Clinton Fair. Ffiees reasonable. A.J. Lawrence, Beardsley, Minn. *29-2 :FOR SALE--Roan Shorthorn Bull, a pring calf and a fine animal. Price right. Benj. Stegner, Jr., Beards- ley Minn. 29-2 FOR SALE,--- Milk Gows. I am offer- ing my herd of milking Shorthorns. If you want some real cows, here is your chance. R.T. Stegner, Beards- ley, Minn. . *29-2 FOR SAI,E---Roll top desk. Inquire of A. B. Kaercher & Company. *29-2 HEISTITCHING--Wi]I do hemstitch- ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. Waddams. tf. FOR SALE--Chester White Boars. Papers furnished. One three-quar- ter blood Brown Swiss Bull, also Rose and Singbe Comb White Leg- horn Roosters for $1.00 each or 6 For $5.00. Write to D. A. Mitle- stadt, Bellingham, Minn. *25-4 FOR SALN--A few White Orpington cockrels at $1.50 each. Arthur Olson, Clinton, Minn. 30-4 FOI SALE China closet new, library teble, writing desk, 100 piece set of china, 2 good beds, large rug, Edi- son Phonograph with 35 reo)rds cabinet, range; round exten.don table, 2 rockers and 8 kitchen chairs. Will sell at a reasonable price if taken soon. Inquire of Mrs. Jolm ]Buck, Ortonville Box 594. B TM[ fIR KITCMEN00 C00iNETI00 (), 1952. by Western NeWSl.per Union.) =, Don't think you have a corner on e trouble market. I could mention veraJ varieties you've never even tleard of. What you need is the philos- -ophy of cheerful endurance. Then you 'tll betn to &ccompllah.IAoyd. FOR DAINTY DINERS A most attractive salad, at the same ,lme one that is somewhat unusual is Cabbage $alsd.Shred with a sharp knife a small, firm, hard head of, white cabbage, add one-half cupful of shred- ded blanched almonds, four ripe bananas cut in small strips, one-half cupful of sour cream, a dash of vinegar, sea- onings of salt and sugar. Serve with . crackers and cheese. Different Dried BeoL--Put three ta- tlespoonfuls of bacon fat in a frying Jpan, add one-half pound of dried beef cut in small pieces with a pair of scissors. Frizzle for three minutes, then place on a hot platter. Cut three :bananas crosswise and in quarters |engthwlse, let them cook in the fry- Iag pan long enough to become thor- ughly hot. Arrange arouiad the beef and serve piping hot. Pecan Pie.---Cook in a double boiler ne cupful of milk and a cupful of ugar. Thicken with one tablespoon. tul of flour the yolks of two eggs, the .1nice of a lemon, Bake a crust as for lemon pie and fill with the custard, adding one-half cupful of pecan meats broken in bits. Cover wth a meringue, truing the egg whites and brown lightly In the oven. Fig Filling.--Cook one cupful of chopped figs in ne-half cupful of wa- ter, the Juice of a lemon, and when .cool stir In powdered sugar until thick. Use on la:er tmke. Lemon Fiillng.Boll together five minutes one cupful of sugar, one-half teaspoonful of melted butter, one-half -cupful of water an the Juice of two lemons. Add tw, well-beaten eggs. BSat well; cool before using. Nut Dellght.--43oll one cnpful of rice until tender. Drain and press into a wet mold, then turn out on a dish. Wllile still hot season the rice with ,two tablespoonfuls of butter. If the mold is hollow fill the center with the tollowing: Take one cupful of chopped figs. cook .bem in one cupful of the rice water for 30 minutes, add one cupful each of apple pulp and chopped -lauts with four tablespoonfuls of lemon Juice.  Cook unt!l thick. Decorate with nuts and whipped cream. 00HOOPING COUGH - must run its course 7 V W. there is no "cure," but Vicks helps to ease the coughing paroxysms. Apply often. Use freely at bedtime, Over 17 Million ]a Ud Yearlu THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER : iiimii BLOUSES, SIMPLY MADE INTRIGUE THE SEAMSTRESS u||||I||||||||||||||l|lll||HHHllHIHHHHHttltImHlHHlll||H||lll|l|l|||||l||||` HE ambitious home dressmaker either, has learned, or is learning, that she haay undertake to make her own blouses and be rewarded by lovely garments. For anyone who has not tried "the experiment, now is a good time to begin, because the rich new fabrics are at their best m blouses of simple design. These fabrics do not call for any but the simplest adornments, and they make the handsomest of costume blouses, to be worn with two-piece suits or with appropriate separate skirts. One black satin skill will make a background to set off many a stunning blouse, and there are fabrics of all degrees of richness with which to suit occasion. The story of bbuses begins every season with the shirtwaist and blouses of similar character. They include tailored waists of white crepe de i softly chine to be worn with street and sport ! suits, and the crisp and dainty blouses i of fine, sheer cottons, for the same purposes. One of the latter is shown here, and even the amateur n-eedle- woman will sum up its requirements without any misgivings. Fine batiste and sheer embroidered edging, bot by the yard, plus a simple pattern (to be had of any standard pattern cbm- pany) insure the success of the pretty waist- The embroidery has a narrow edge, livened by colored dots, and the wide plain portion is to be tucked with a group of narro tucks. To make the collar and Jabot this tucked embroidery Is Joined by fagot- ing to a straight piece of tucked batiste. There is no shaping of the collar to be taken care of. It is merely a straight length sewed to the neck opening'of the waist. It overlaps at the ends the full frills that form the Jabot.  short piece of this prepared embroidery is set in turn-back cuffs that finish three-quarter-length sleeves. Smart costume blouses a'e as simply designed. One has only to pick out one of the new, brilliant crinkly silks or velvets and cut it by an overblouse pattern, with either longer or shorter sleeves, and use narrow silk b$d or ribbon for outlining important edges. 'wmm i American Legion Notes i Buddy of The Legion --Buddy of the Legion, and every other buddy who did his bit in the big fight, sit down right now and ask yourself these questions: Have you received the sixty dollars bonus due you on discharge ? Did you receive your full travel pay of five cents per mile from place of disqharge to your home ? If you lost your luggage, has it been returned, or have you filed a claim for reimbursement ? If you are suffering from a disabil- ity incurred in or aggravated by your war service: Are you receiving compensation ? Do you need medical attention ? Have you applied for vocational training ? If you made allotments, were they paid to the proper person in the pro- per amounts ? Did you receive your libetry bonds ? Or if not completely paid for, was your e v money refund (1. Have you had your discharge record- ed with the County Register of Deeds ? By having this done you will always be sure that a record of your service may be promptly secured if the orig- inal discharge is lost. If your discharge is lost and mt registered, you cannot,obtain-a dupli- cate discharge, but you can secure a Certificate in Lieu of Discharge, wMch states that you once possessed an hon- orable discharge from the service. Do you know of any relatives of de- ceased former service men who have not received back pay, allotments, or allowances ? Do you know of any dependents of deceased former ser4ce men who are not receiving compensation? Do you desire to file on government land? You have preferred righ in the matter of filing and will be idven credit for the time of your serdce, J , I I EAGLE"MIK/O"Pen No. 174 For o e,t your Dealer Made in five 8rad &$K FOR TH YIILOW F[I WITH TI RiD IgAND EAGLE MIKADO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK III I I I iBmmmm I II .... i CUR T/S He TEL TENTH STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE Minneapolis - Minnesota TAs Nodlua'a Nst and Tndnt Htdr One whole city block of beautiful Lobbies, Restaurants and Shops. Pipe Organ Music during the Noon luncheon hour. Orchestra Music at night during dinne. A -Ik Carte andTabl d' Hole $mIm TARI FFI, not to exceed two years. Have you enrolled in the American Legion and thru it endeavored to help your country, your buddies and your home town ? If you are a Legionaire, have you asked your non-Legion bud- dies' help make the organization greaterLan ever in 1924 ? Now is the opportune tfe to enroll them. If any buddy is not receiving the full bene- fits enumerated above, he owes it to himself and his family immediately to see the nearest Legion Post Service Officer or write to the U. S. Veterans Bureau, Keith-Plaza Building, Minne- apolis for the necessary blanks. OLD TIME QUARTET WILL SING AT SHORT COURSE ! The old Agriculture College Quar- [ tel is coming back----coming back to sing at the general meetings heht at University Faith in connection with! the'Farmers' and Homemakers' Short Cotuse week January. 1 to 6. The' quartet is composed of HarD' Bartlet, a business man of St. Paul; William A. Peters of Wadena, county agent; Theodore Thorsen, a business man of Fertile, and H. C. Lende, county agent of the newest Minnota county, Iake of the Woods county, or what as formerly northea Beltrami county. All four are graduates of the Minne- sota College of Agriculture and t ley sing together as well today as wlen  they were undergraduates at Unifiers-i ity Farna. Tlaey have a repertofie of 150 selections--the old and new favor- ites whiCh stir the blood. Farm and city people alike will want to hear , *his fine farm college quartet. The British Government got out a! new half-penny stamp for the West l Indies, containing a picture of Chris-i topher Columbus looking through a! spyglass as he discovered the'islands n 1492. Columbus died more than a ceqtury before the first telescope was I devised, i ! In the interior of Argentine, cattte l are so plentiful that beef on the hoof l often sells for less than two cents a pound and cattle are sometimes given l to'the butcher on condition that he shall return the hide to the owner. 1 As the minds of the land turn to thoughts of gratitude for the blessings we enjoy, we give thanks for many things. We give thanks for the country in which we live, the home in which we dwell, the food that graces our table We give thanks for the rulers that guide us, the constitution that pro- tects us, the friends that make living worth while. Last but not least, we give thanks to those whose patronage we enjoy--a thanks we t17 hard to express in the sendce our patrons re- ceive. Botstora [umber (0mpany Earl W. Miller, Manager SEED GORN PURE GOLDEN JEWEL. Raised by us here for 10 years. Field averaged 70 bu. ' per acre this year. Took sweepstakes on all yellow corn at 1922 Clinton Fair. Price $3.50 per bushel A. B. KAERCHER & CO. ORTONVILLE, MINN. A Thankful Thanksgiving For the many folks of Orton-' ville and vicin- ity who have a . SAVINGS AC- COUNT in this strong, reliable b ank, Thanks- giving Day is a day of true thankfulness. @ You and your " " family will be equally as thankful next Thanks- giving if you celebrate this Thanksgiving by starting a Savings Account here. Remember how the Puritans prospered because they saved and were able to take advantage of opportunities which arose. We help your account to grow by adding 5 percent Interest regularly. Citizens National Bank Ortonville, Minnesota