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PAGE 8 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, | WANT ADS IOTICE--Will the party who took the package of repaired shoes from the money order window of the local post office please return same ': Mary A. Mogren, P.M. 30-1 FOR SALE--One registered HereIor(iI bull calf 8 months old. Will trade for a good milk cow. Write Oscar! FOR SALE--Roll top desk. Inquire or! A. B. Kaercher & Company. "29-z FOR SALE--Chester White Boars. Ppers furnished. One three-quar- ter blood Brown Swiss Bull, aiso Rose azd Single Comb White Leg- horn Roosters for $1.00 each or 6 For $5.60. Write to D. A. Mitle- stadt, Bellingham, Minn. 25-4 FOR SALE--A few White Orpington cockrels at $1.50 each. Arthur Olson, 0-4 ivOi SALE--Nearly new sheep-iine( N("i.EParty ;ho borowed m3" overcoat, $t7.50." Inquire of 3. t cross cut saw. Please return to me Schoen, Ortonville, Minn. *31-t' at once as i need it. Ross Kaercher. " 31-1 WANTED---Taxidermist and Ta,mi:g i jobs, Wilbert H., Braun, Ortonville, l FOR''F NT-Rm in modern home, Minncsota. =31-3. located'se-in on lakeshore. Gen- tleman preYxed. Phone 274. 31-1 FOR SALE--All of block 2, except lot ...... 10, south of Geo. Clark's place. Corn- FOR SALE--Few bushels Grimm Al- prising 13 lots, Tenney and Marteii'. falfa seed. Test 97.50. H.E. Mund- addition Big' Stone City, t'rontage on wiler, R. 3, phone 6-F-110, Orton- lake shore drive (lake street) excel- vitle. "31-3 Star, the story of an Indian pony ....................................... by Hooker Adele Doring in Camp ........ by North: Bobby Coon, detective .... by Burgess When the Sand-man comes, by Kay Judy ........................................ by Hume \\;Vip--a girl of Dublin .... by Adams Bannertail ............................ by Seton Choice of lamb, mutton, veal, beef, pork and chicken for your Sunday dinner, at the Pioneer Meat Market. , Schnaser, Big StoneCity, S.D. 30-2 Clinton, Minn. ............. lent building place, beautiful view, FN;r-8t)--arm,-i- mile! FOR SALE-China closet new, library close in. Can be bought for about Boys and Girls New Books See our display ad. i north of green rouse. Good deal if! table, wmtmg desk, 100 pmce _e of] one-third of its assessed vaiuztion. At The Public Library l taken soon. Mrs.. John-Buck, Orgon- china, 2 good beds, large nag, Edi-I Price $4C0, $200 down or discount ville, box 594 "30-1 son Phonograph with 35 records,] for all cash if taken this month. Ad- Hester J. Clark, Librn. .............. T ......... :----::-..I cabinet, range; round extenMon, dress JamesCTenney, Browns Val- LaFayette for young Americans-- Good News in Every BanK B FOR SALE--Two free pure bred boars table, 2 rockers and 8 kitchen chairs, l ley, Minn. 31-3 l prize winners at Clinton Fair ........................................... ....... " Will sell at a reasonable price ff by Holland. rnces reasonaDm A.a. awrence ..........  FOR RENT--Furnished house, known Real Americans .................... by Wade.  .... " , , taken soon. inquire o: 2,1rs. Oollnl ear(lsiey, lmnn. - " ( L as the Win. Ferris property. $251 The Mystery at Number Six. Small though the Bank Book is, if you practice Thrift, ............. Buck, Ortonville Box 594. ] ............. _'_ ......................... by Seeman it will ahvays hold more good news for you than even the 'FOR SALE---Roan Shorthorn Bull, a -TX---] per month. Inquire of Alah I.l daily new r" cal d a "n animal Price OR SALE--Hog Waterers, Chicken t Matthew,, Ortonville Minnesota. i The Sky Movies ................ by Johnson sp mg f an fie , . . . -i,e Ben Ste.ner Jr Bear(s- \\;va.terers, 'lank Heaters, etc. Or- *'31-I Debating for Boys ............ by Foster , will ahvays bring a smile and strengthen your hopes i/';hrm ....... 2(j 2  tonville Implement Co al-21 The Coming of the People, of a prosperous future. F-O-qL_._--Mk-ws_i-am-gffer -_ FOR SALE,--Hog Wagerers, Chicken F ................................ by Holt-Wheeler If you want an incentive,.just take w.lat few dollars The Turner Twins ........ by Barbour you can spare this week, bring them to .ts and stm a ing m-herd of milking Shorthorns. Wterers, Tank Heaters, etc. Or- tern. Outbuih!ing, garage and barn. Red Robin ............................ by Abbott Savings Account. We will add interest. If youwant some real cows, here is tonville Implement Co. "31-2 Will tiold four head of cattle, ini Dan's Tomorrow. ............... by Heyliger BANg yourehance. R.T. Stegner, Beards- FOR SALE--I have several tons of good repair. Fruit trees on thelKabumpo in Oz by Baum ORTONVILLE STATE ley, Minn. *29-2 .................... hardwood. Will deliver wood to property, which consists of the l Adventures of Maya the bee, John Carlson, President. IEMSTITCHINGWill do hemstitch- your door for 50c a hundred pounds. above listed 2 lots. Terms: small t ........................................ bv Bonseh in at 10c per yard. Mrs. A.L. H.E. Mnudwiler, Ortonville, phone pavment down and balance month- The boy wth the U. S. Miners i C.J. Stark, Cashier. H.A. Stucke, A't. ( Waddams. tf. (l-F-110. "31-3. ly. Phone 11-W I ................................ by Rolt-Wheeler! PIONEER S' FORE PRE-IN00'ENTORY SALE Starts,; Friday, December 8 Before invoicing we are going, to offer for Bonafide ' final clearance, all remnants, short-lengths, Values ] diS:s]abeaMe;chast /|] odd lots, broken sizes, etc., at prices made In EveryDepartment. [ the time you need it Ill for o fie purpose and that is "To 13et Rid You can'taffordto uiss most. this BIG SALE. , I =_.........._.] of the Gc )ds." _ Our COST IS FORGI )TTEN; WE MUST CLEAN HOUSI00, IN OUR Coat and Suit Department One lot of Skirts we simply must get rid of COME AND SEE Ladies' Plush Coats, sizes 16 to 46, full lined, regflar sleeves, large collar, full length. $22.00, Worth up to $45.00 Dry 00Goods Specials '36 inch Best Percales ................................................ 14e Outing Flannel, light and dark ................................ 12e All Wool Challies ............................................... :. ....... 98e Bath Robe Flannel .................................................... 69c 36 inch Bleached Muslin ............................................ 17e $2.00 White Outing Gowns .................................... $1.65 $2.50 Colored Outing Gowns ................... ;. ........... $1.9 $L50 Colored'Outing Gowns ................................ $1.1-5 $1.25 Bungalow Aprons ............................................ 98c ii I i i [ . Sheep Lined Overcoats . ] [ $25.00 value at .............. , ................................. $12:4  | $27.00 value at ............. i ................................... $ I ' $35.00 Value at, ......... ,,, .......... .......................... $25.0 .[ $30.00 value at ............ : ..................................... $19.75 ! [  Leather Vests at bargain prices [ Work Shirts ........................................... : ............ 69c "IT PAYS TO TRADE HERE Final Clearance on Blankets $8.00 values at .................................................. $4.98 $3.75 values at $2.08 $4.50 values at ................................................ $3.69 Ladies' Hand' 3c [ 81 in Bleached kerchiefs .......... Sheeting ........ 39c , ! Remnants! Remnants! Remnants! Remnants and short lengths of 'silk and woolens and cotton materials all to be so!d at oNE-HALF PRICE and LESS One Lot Ladies' Shoes With each pair of ladies' shoes sold in this lot we offer an extra pair for only 1 cent. Underwear Bargains $1.50 Men's "High Rock" Fleeced Unions ........ $1.13 $1.0 0 Men's "High Rock" Fleeced Shirts ............ 39c $1.50 Ladies' Fleeced Unions $1.19 BOYS AND MISSES UNION SUITS ON SAI,E i Groceries at Bargain Prices I n FREE ! FREE ! ." 6 bars Palmolive soap, [49 2 bars FREE. Honey ........................ 15c Jonathan Apples, extra special ................ $1.98 4 Tall Cans Milk 42e Large Corn Flakes 10c i Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder ................ 15c Succotash, while they last 13c Nectarines, per pound 18c \\; 5 Baby Cans Milk 29c 10 Bars Swift's White Laundry Soap ...... 18c THE BIG STORE TILkT LEADS THE WAY ' '!'[ Bargain Days Dec. 8 xto 16 ,m PIONE[,R STORE C0-0P. CO. ";r2.a8toD:6s ORTONVILLE, MLNN. ],,, |