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PAGE 6 THE ORTONILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, i Americ n Legion Notes ! @J A Challenge to Gophers i Post No. b of St. Paul, the first to turn into Gopher Legion Hq. a big heck for the dues of many of its nembers for 1923, which check arriv- al recently, declares that, with this jump on the rest of the Gopher Le- ion posts, it is out in front to stay, -nd challenges the rest of the Gopher Legion gang to overtake and surpass iu quota of paid-up Legionaires for 1923 and time between now and Jan- mary 1st next. Rumblings from Fair- mont indicate that that post has 200 paid up and ready to mail to State Headqum-ters, while Mankato is about ready to do even better, and Cloquet, I Duluth, Virginia, Willmar, Crookston, Rochester, Winona, Faribault and many others are going after the bud- dies with a vengeance. November 25 to December 31 is open season for rounding up Gopher Legionaires and 4mllecting their 1923 dues. "Get Out The Gopher Gang--Let's Hit The Trail For Frisco and 40,000 Legion- aires in 1923!" is the slogan One of the Gang Meet Linwood-Lauhy Post No. 217 of Baudette, Minnesota. Shake the lkaud of a real Gopher Legion outfit. Post Nc, 217 has supported a Boy Igeoat ro) for the last year--hired a m( 'a>',,r and took the boys out camping for three weeks on the shore f Lake 0' The Woods. A Boy Scout Statuette as a prize by the Legion for ae scout making most progress dur- mg the season, produced keen and manly competition. Recently, buddies of Post 217 planted 25 trees in the 4mmetery as a memorial to their com- rades who went west. Believing the Legion to be worthy of support, the Baudette Gommerci'al Club has granted free use of its recreational clubrooms to all Legionaires. Three hundred miles from Gopher Legion Hq., forty miles from the next Legion post, but iMll of pep and loyal to the Gopher Legion Gang--that's IAnwood-Laughy 1Post! Observe Education Week, Dec. 3-9 Among the plans of success of Le- gion posts to carry out the American Education Weeh Program, that of *Minneapolis North Side Post No. 230 of Minneapolis is interesting. This t will hold its regular December :meeting in Lhe Jordan Jr. High School. qe members will be guests of the tmol cookelT class in the dining hall for supper, the school principal and tim Assistant Superintendent of Min- mmpolis schools will conduct a tour the building and explain many i'nt of interest, and then the post will hold its meeting in the high school aditorium. Visitin' 'Round AmongThe Posts No sooner did the Legion posts of ffirmesota start the practice of motor- i in a body to attend the meeting o'f eighboring post for the purpose of acquaintance and good fellowship than the Leg.on Auxiliary units at Slam, on mad Lake Wilson caught on to it's idea, Ihe whole Lake Wilson unit going to glayton's meeting November 1st, and ,ayton returning the compliment on occasion of Lake Wilson's regular mteeting. With Commissioner Bab- fast perfecting the Minnesota woad system the Gopher Legion and Auxiliary Gang will be like one big ffamily and posts and units will be traveling fifty or u .hundred miles of tm evening "to get acquainted with the of the gang." i CHURCH NOTICES l Emanual Lutheran Church. Rev. Arnom Nelson, Pastor. (NJessa---Coniirmation class will not meet on "Saturday. Swedish M. E. Church There will be services Sunday, Dec. 10, at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited. Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Arnold Nelson, Pastor. Sunday school at 11 A. M., Dec 10. Lu- ther League will meet Tuesday a Mrs. Holtluist's. Church of The Nazareen Services will be held Sunday, Dec. 10, at 3 o'clock. Sunday School at 2 o'clock. Services will be held in build- ing across from Post Office. Rev Heg- sted, of Granite Falls officiating. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Evangelical Association. G. E. Zech, Pastor (Big Store City) Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Praye meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday eveniug, 7:30 p. m. United Evangelical Church H. W. Kalas, Pastor Big Stone City.--Sunday school al L0:00 a. m. Preaching services at 11:0 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:00 p m. Preaching services at 7:30 p. m Prayer meeting and Bible class will b held every Wednesday evening at 7:3, p.m. Johnson.--Sunday school at 2:00. and preaching services every Sunday at 3:00 p. m. United Evangelical Church N. A. Eller, Pastor. Odessa---Sunday services as fol- lows: Preaching at 10:00 a. m. K. I Church. C.E. at 8:00 p. m. This is Young Pep- Regular services, every Sunday af. pie's meeting open to all. Midweek ternoon at three O'CmCK un(tay scnooi i n V "   V in t ra er meetm T, hursda e en g a at twelve o clock. 8:00 p. m. Women s Msmonary So- Chrisence ciety last Thursday of the months at Sunday sel*cices at 10:'45 a. m.I 2:30 P" m. Class in Catechism every  Subject--"God The Preserver of Man" aruray aternoon ar z:vv o cmc. Wednesday service at 8"00 p. m. All , Corre--Sunday serv.mes as fol- ..... , .... .^ , ...... ,-.. ^ lows: unaay SChOOl at lu:u a. m. reading room in their hall (Shumaker Preaching at 7:30 p. m. Ladies Ad buildln - O-en ever- Tuesda- and tmees every wo weeks on lnursaav ;. 1 J .V y { , * Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. I afternoon at 2:30 o2ock. ! Norwegian Lutheran Church I Methodist Episcopal No services in Ortonville Sunday,] __ Rev: Robt. Duell, Pastor i "rne past.or o ne lvienoutst cnurcn December 10. Services m Belhnghamt ......... ! ,  WlIl pekin a seines oI unGay morn at 11 oclock. Confirmation Clas{ * - meets Saturday at 10:30 at the church. !ng sermons next Sundayat 10:30 on I -- I me totlowing suo:}ecs: unms .]e, on Trinit'y Lutheran Church. ]of Man." "Christ, the Son of God." I Rev. Aug. Bartling, Pastor. ["Christ, the Messiah." TheloSUndyi Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m.] School will immediately fol w h Every third Sunday services are in the ] morning service and the Epworth Lea- i English language and the other two gue will be held at 7 o'clock. There will be special music at the evening Sundays in the German language. Sunday school after each service in English. Congregational Church Rev. Paul J. Bockoven, Pastor Sunday, December 10th, morning l'eaching service, 10:45 A. M. Special music and sermon from the subject "The Brook That Dried Up." Sunday School 11:45 A. M. Evening preach-] ing service 7:45 P. M. Special music I by the choir Sermon--"Two Kinds of I Faith." Midweek Bible study meet-] ing every Thursday evening at 7:15. I Choir practice follows at 8:00 P. M. I All are invited to these services. ] u J _ .a service at 7:45 and the theme of the sermon will be--"The Choice of a Religion." All are cordially invited to l attend the services. Saturday after-! noon beginning at five o'clock the! Ladies' Aid Society will conduct their annual supper and sale. The Mission- ary Society will meet next week Thurs day at the home of D. M. Warlord. Choice of lamb, mutton, veal, beef, pork and chicken for your Sunday dinner, at the Pioneer Meat Market. See our display ad. Let The Independent Print It I I1,1 I II Farm Loans Wh Delay Readjusting that Farm Loan. Let us figure with you while rates are low. A. B. Kaercher & Co. Ortonville, Minnesota. i i II 2 Edison Records SlOO Brand New, A-1 Genuine Edison Records, Former Prices, $1 to $3.25 Friday morning we put on sale 1,000 Genuine Edison Records--. 2 for a dollar / All done up in packages of Two Every record brand new. No records can be demonstrated in the department during this sale. Edison Records may be Played on All Machines. 1000 Genuine Edison Records in a Wonderful Sale From Saturday, Dec. 9 to Saturday, Dec. 16 No exchanges. No refunds or approvals, l- These Edison Records, made by the best artts, such as Arthur Middleton, Anna Case, Guido Ciccaline, Walter Van Brunt, Reed Miller, etc. LEAVE IT TO-- THE PALM, JEWELER \\; DIRECTORY Of the Leading Pure Bred Livestock Breeders in and around Big Stone County. Breeders whose ads appear below are  pioneers in the business. Anyone wishing to get a start in the pure bred hog and cattle business will be taking a long step in the right direc- tion by making selections from the Don't buy from distant breeders herds of any of the breeders listed, when you can do better at home. Lismore Stock Farms (Incorporated) JOHN McCALLUM & SONS, Proprietors CLINTON, MINNESOTA PURE BRED SHORTHORNS High Grade Horses and Regis- tered Red Hogs i i , i Heidelberg Stock Farm JOHN WOHLWEND, Prop. Adjoining Dumont, Minn. Breeders of Pure Bred ABERDEEN-ANGUS CATTLE With three Leading Strains I have for sale at this time 5 serviceable bulls, at $100 each. Will take bankable note for 1 year without interest. I I J" Lakeview Farm Bert Babbitt, Prop. Ortonville HOME of BIG TYPE DUROC Herd headed by some of the best blood lines that the Duroc family affords. We have some sired by the World's Cham- pion of 1918, also herd boars, the inners of state prizes. Breeding stock for sale at all times. Path- finder and Sensation blood lines H  t Spring-Brook Farm Earl M. Johnson BIG TYPE POLAND CHINAS A few choice Poland China Spring Boars of such popular breeding as the Clansman, A W. Jumbo, Checkers Chevalier, Cicotte and Abition, out of such Dams as Big Price Equal, St. Paul, Dorothy Dix, Fash- ionpiece, Big Bob and Sheldon Wonder. In- spection invited. Priced in keeping with the times. Visitors always welcome. Farm two miles west of Beardsley, Minn. The K. T. Chester White Farm D. A. Mittelsteadt, Prop. Bellingham, Minnesota The home of Champion X and Chester Improver, which head my herd. Young boars for sale from Champion X and sows from the Seottlee Farms and also from the Big Buster Sows. Farm is located on the King of Trails mid4 way between Odessa and Bellingham. Vis- itors welcome at all times. Phone 1908, Bellinghaxn. II II II I Hillcrest Stock Farm C. C. & H. B. ULRICH Breeders of CHESTER WHITE HOGS Stock For Sale Big Stone .City South Dakota Farm 1 1-2 miles west of city I II1,1 n, FREY BROS. *Beardsley, Minnesota "Pioneers in the business" Where you find the  BIG TYPE POLAND CHLNA HOGS When you want ace-high breeding stock see us. We can furnish you with the best this section affords. Granite View Farm John O. Sandgren, Prop. 0rtnville, Minnesota Located 2 miles east on Yellow. stone Trail. Breeder of Pure Bred Shorthorn Cattle and Big Type Poland China Hogs I I llll Ill I I I I Pure Bred Duroc Jersey Swine Over 200 head of pure breds in our herd now. We have at this time a few choice boars for sale. Write or phone us. H. Hippie & Son Ortonville, Phone 6-F-3. GEO. E. GARDNER Scotch and Scotch Topped SHORTHORNS (Either Sex) Some A1 bulls of serviceable age (Roan or Red) Choice quality young stuff which will be sold at prices that cannot be duplicated. I have a few Servicele Bulls and a few good Females for sale. Will also sell my Herd Sire. JORDAN BROS. Beardsley, Minnesota Breeders of BIG TYPE POLAND CHINA HOGS See us for real hogs. We have one of the best herds of pure breds in this section Of the north- west. OAKVlEW FARM Leonard Rubischum, Prop. Ortonville, hdnnesota Breeder of Big Type Duroc Jerseys Of the Sensation strain I have at this time a number of choice gilts for sale. See me for prices.