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PAGE 6 I&apos;nd that widowed mothers of deceas- erican ] 00Leqlon d buddies are entitled to this Bonus? f you know of a widowed mother sup- pose you secure application blanks L:orner :,ore the Soldier,' Bonus Board, St. Paul, and help her fill them out be- Lookie! Watch it! There it goes! Exclamations like these will soon be heard all over the U S. A. For State Adjutant Baca of the American Le- gion of New Mexico, has promised to end a genuine Mexican jumping bean to every American girl who will write :him expressing willingness to corres- pond with one of the five thousand disabled veterans in New Mexico. Minnesota girls should address Adju- tant Baca at Santa Fe, N. M. Every bean has been trained to jump thru a loop or stand unhitched. "Coming events cast their shawod before," is an old saying. Where is the pe.,siudt who said the Gopher state wouldn't go over the top ahead ,of all other Legion Departments in collecting and sending to National headqual%crs the dues of all its mem- bers for J922? Cheer up, buddy, the coming year is going to see the enroll- ment of more Minnesota Legionaires than ever before. On December 1, 1921, state and national headquarters ,were being swamped with dues of thousands of Legionaires from all over the nation. National Legion dues, fixed by the national convention are $1. State dues, fixed by the Minnesota State ient to defray local expenses, which vary according to the amount of wel- fare work necessary club facilities, etc. Total dues are usually $3 per year which includes 52 issues of the Ameri- can Legion Weekly, which is worth the assessment collected. When a member fails to pay his annual dues by the first of each year he ceases to be a bonafide member. He may still boost for the Legion but his support, to be effective, must be backed up by !:ore it is too late ? American Legion National Head- :uarters has begun a national ca:.-:ass .o determine who was the last .,oldie Mlled in action November 11, 191 The French government will erec . . monument to the last American soi- dier to fall in battle. Until July 1, 1922, The Midwest Hospital & Sanitarium Association of Worthington, N ;mesota will treat, free of char,% all former service men cequiring r :dical, surgical, chiroprac- tic, oste::ahic, electric, X-ray, nms- sage, or medicated bath treatments. "Ach Heinie," sobbed the German wife bidding her husband goodbye as he left for the front, "I will miss you." "Ach, Katrine," responded her sponse, "I do hope der Americans vill also." "Let's all put our shoulders to the wheel and make Faribault Post No. 43 the best, biggest, Strongest ahd [ivest Legion post in Minnesota," says Post Commander M. O. Grant, "We are all links in a great chain of bud- dies. Let their be no weak link in our chain. Everybody start the New Year well by paying his dues for 1922 by December 31, 1921." "If Minnesota fails to go over the top it won't be the fault of Glenwood Post No. 187," declares Post Adju- tant Swenson, "Our members are all set for a record Legion year." "Come on Lindstrom Post No. 83, to win a Minnesota Department cita- tion," says Carl Victor of Lindstrom, "Every member is paying his 1922 dues the moment we give him the up- prompt payment of yearly clues., polunity More than 75 per cent will have re-enrolled by December 31, President Harding last week signed 1921." the following amendment to the law relative to taxation: "After January ,, . . " "9 .......... Educatmn is the only dequate safe- I , lzz, no taxes snail De levleo on .......... guard to human hberty; ard the su- aGmlSSlOOS all ne proceeus oi vculcn . .  . . . . .......... . preme oeslre o1: every rue Amerlcau ::e :;ct;veLOric:e oL;en21?ot r tyli s to make human liberty the greatest ] "f" --' .,. ......  , : [possible reality in this country,, reads] Legion UXlllary tJnls tnereo, 1 no . . .. . .. ; . . . par oi ne resotuglon passe( ny ne part of the net earnings thereof inures St P " "'en T " ' ..... t- t ...... " t  . aul iyl - eacner s _ve(leratlon, o ne )enent oi any prlvaue S1;OCK- ,. ....... .... . .... ,, .. , [Calling on the Ivtayor go proclaim tm- laolaer or lnOlVlfluaL lille amen(1-] ........... . . ..  . - - temper 4 re lu American lflucal;lOn men was secure<l nru etorts of the . . .... i ....... .. . Week n order to asmst the campmg'n /eglon 2alona[ Legl|allve bommi- .... "" ....... ";' , .. ot the American Legion and the Na- ee a ne reques ot nousanas o Le " -tional Americanism Education Asso- gaon posts thruout the nation. It re- fers to the so-called "amusement ad- mission tax." Dowh at Kansas City, Gopher delegates from Edward Cutter Post No. 102 bore aloft a sign reading "We are the boys from Anoka, Minnesota, the dry town on the rum river." Le- gionaires from Ralph Gracie Post car- tied this sign, "We're from Bemidji, Minnesota--First City on the Mis- sissippi." Writes now, L. A. LaPlant ef Anoka: "The boys here have in- structed me to secure prices on canoes. Fifteen buddies already planning a canoe trip down the Mississippi to at- tend the Fourth National Legion con- vention at New Orleans in 1922. W'ell be there strong, even if we have to swim.." Some of the Legion posts in Nor- them Minnesota cover a wide terri- tory. Recently, wheh they learned that a Legion buddy lay sick and alone, members of Biwabik Post No. 160 made an 18-mile trip out into the country to visit him. Several hours were pleasantly spent discussing war service and Legion affairs with the sick comrade who was pleased as much to hlve his buddies around him again Who says the sun ever sets on The American Legion? At the Kansas City Legion convention there were Le- gion delegates seated from Alaska, Africa, Chile, Great Britain, Canada, Panama, China, Cuba, France Guate-i mla, Hawaii, Japan, Mexico, Peru, i Porto Rico, Palestine, Turkey, as well as from every state in the Union; ad the Philippine Islands. The sun is al-: ways shining on buddies whose slogan is "Let's Stick Together." Two weeks after the American Le- gioh National Convention in Kansas City the paid-up Legion membership had been increased by two thousand five hundred--just double what it was the day the convention started. What: did it? The pel5 and patriotism of one hundred thousand visiting Legion- aires from all over the world. "Minnesota's delegation to the Le- gton Auxiliary National Convention in Kansas City Was a joy to the heart of the de!egation chairman and credit to the Gopher State," says Mrs. Sandy Hamilton, Minnesota State President, "Womanly, honorable in their actions aml united in their en- deavors, they made many friends and showed a fine appreciation of their position as the wives, sisters, mothers and daughters of the men of Minne- sota into whose hands our nation com- mitted its safety in its hour of need." "A Prairie Rose," the four-act corn- ed!c-drama of the Kansas plains stag- ed by members of Osakis Post No. ill. played to capacity houses and was such an unparalled success that Osa- kis LeMonaires bare decided to stage it anywhere in Minnesot: on request. Ask the Osakis Legion Post Adjutant for particu,ars. Do you know that December 31st is the last day on which Minnesota Bonus applications will be received? iation to emphasize the importance of truly democratic education for all Americans. "Late for reveille again, I see, 'O'- Malley," snorted the irate captain. "How do you account for this persis- tent tardiness ?" '"Tis inherited, sir," answered Pri- vate O'Malley, "Me father was the late Michael O'Malley." Never will Marshall Foch forget the "Great Big Baked Potatoes" served on the Foch Legion Specal enroute thru Minnesota. Selected by L. I. Owen, Supt. of the Northern Pacific dining car service, the "spuds," from two to five pounds each, were so big that an hour and a half required to bake them. The biggest was served Marshall Foch, whose amazement was evident. Discrimination., "Mammy" said Pickanlnhy Jim, "I wants yml to do me a favor.' "Whut kind of a favor?'' "I wants you to shet youse'f out o' sight same as me on Christmas eve." "Whuffoh ?" "Well, I ain' gimeter say dat Santy draws no color line. But las' Christ- mas I looked de neighborhood over an' I kain't he'p s'picionin' dat mebbe I'd stan' a better chance foh presents if we didn' give him no chance to otice dat dis ain' a white folks' residence." HE WAS WILLING Yule-tide fast Is coming, dear. If you my wife will be, I'll draw the cash a n d start right In Te be your C h r I etmae tree, THE  ,RTONVILLE MOST DECORATED U. S. GIRL Little Paullna Henkel, the sixteen- year-old daughter of Paul Henkel, of New York, is the most decorated young lady in the United States Aside from the hundreds of medals she has, as testimony of her work during the war, when she personally raised $3,- 300,000 during the five war loans, she has a score or more of loving cups and trophies presented to her by her hosts of admirers. The photo shows the young lady with some of her medals and decorations. HIS HOUNDS RIDE IN AUTO Coyote Hunter In South Dakota Makes Money Killing Animals for Bounty, Sioux Falls, S. D.--Albert Warden of the Wall district ,of western South Dakota, which Is situated in the fa- mous Bad Lands region, which abounds with many coyotes, has adopted a unique and effective meth- od of capturing and killing coyotes, and Is making money by killing the animals for the bounty offered for them. Warden does hls coyote hunting on a scientific basis. He makes" his raids on the animals in a motortruck, with a cage in the rear for his pack of hounds. He travels around the coun- try In the truck until he locates one or more coyotes Then he  pulls a rope that opens trapdoors in the cage and thus releases his hounds, which instantly take up tlie chase, soon run- ning down the prey. By transporting the hounds in the cage they are always fresh and ready for the chase. --Christmas Seals are on sale at Ty- ler's Variety Store and both Drug Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. @ LEGAL NOTICES i Citation for Hearing on Petition To Sell, Mortgage or Lease Land. (Estate of Albert Zahrbock) STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, In Probate Court. In the matter of the Estate of Albert Zahrbock, deceased. The state of Minnesota to Emilie Zahrbock, Gertrude Zahrbock, Arthur Zahrbock, Bertha Zahrbock, Albert Zahrbeck, Leonard Zahrbock, Law- rence Zahrbock, Elmer Zahrbock, Har- vey Zahrbock, Harold Zahrbock, Eve- lyn  Zahrbock, and all persons inter- ested in the mortgaging of certain lands belonging to said estate. The petition of Emilie Zahrbock represen- tative of the above named decedent, being duly filed in this court, repre- senting that it is necessary and for the best interest of said estate ann o all interested therein that certain lands of said estate described thereto be mortgaged and praying that a li- cense be to her granted to mortgage the same. Now, therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and re- quired to show cause, if any you, have, before this court, at the Probate Court rooms, in the court- house in the city of Ortonville, county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 28th day of November, 1921, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said court and the seal of said court, this 28th day of October, 1921 (Seal) R.B. HUDSON, Judge of Probate Court. A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney for Petitioner. i Vapors reach deep colds When the cold "goes down" get after it by the rubbing and vapor method. , ii i i, i I Otinate colds that go down|from the tightness, soreness and heO re ..et can be.r..ed by t cough with rapid loosening of mDm.auon rtmmng and, lthe phten, abating danger of vapor-mnaung method with/  or influenza. Vicks VapoRub.  : :' ,pneumonm Apply Vicks ovathat  |' Vicks contains the antiseptic, d/healing vapors of Camphor, chest. Rub well i, ladilMenthol , Eucalyptus, Thyme thickly and cover w]{'t;T" oi. |and Oil of Turpentine and is nesses of flannel. At*ember :r- |the standby in millions of homes range bedclothes 1 and tho.sa./for funnel, so the a r cities wfll l congestions of nose, throat, ad chest; skin hurts and itch will be breathed a" lmgs, and various bodily pains. into the lungs, uston left or t ' 8asl-t; Once tried, Vicks becomes a Quick relief sh 0)afternraer'hi. ct | tand-by in the medicine cabinet. _,o V!00s Just rub it J. c. Bed00 f . Sunday / :; breathe ilsen .pors o R m Ore.IT Mrm Jm Ud Ysa INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER & Notice of Mortgage Forclosure Sale. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con- taining a Power of Sale dated Octo- ber 31, 1919, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Big Stone County, Minnesota, November 6, 1919, at nine o'clock a. m. in Book 55 of Mortgages on page 406,whereby H. H. !DeWall and Grace G. DeWall mort- gagors, mortgaged to Fred Hansen, mortgagee, the northwest quarter (NW) and north half (NN) of the southwest quarter (SW) of section 31, township one hundred twenty-one, (121), range fourty-four, (44), Big Stone county, Minnesota, which said mortgage was on February 14th, 1921, duly assigned by an instrument in writing recorded in said Register of Deeds office on February 23 1921, at 9:00 o'clock a. m., in B o o k forty-six (46) of Mortgages on page 452, to H. P. Carlson, by which de- fault the power of sale has become operative and no action or proceeding at law having been instituted to re- cover the debt secured thereby or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on this mortgage to the date hereof, the sum of Five Thousanft, Three Hundred Seventeen and 50-100 ($5,317.50) Dollars Now, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of said power, said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premise sold at public auction by the Sheriff of said county, or his deputy on Satur- day, January 7, 1922, at 10:00 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the court house in Ortonville, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated November 21, 1921. H P. CARLSON, Assignee of Mortgagee, A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First pub. Nov. 24 " 6w For Youngster, s. Youngsters enjoy working with col- ored beads and for them a gift of a box of assorted colored glass beads is quite appropriate. These beads are used for kindergarten work and are quite hlexpensive. Father Shoots at Bird, Hits Son. Walker, N. Y.--Edward Hyler was seriously wounded in the head when his father shot him when firing at a bird. One of the boy's eyes was put out. --Christmas Seals are on sale at Ty- ler's Variety Store and both Drug Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. Belva Kaercher TEACHER OF PIANO Ah'I} HARMONY Ortonville, Minn. --Win a prize. Read "Who's on page 2 of this issue. !11111111111[11 1]1u u n ,, " ver'au"n00, Take your car toWm. Cummens f r ' Overhauling or Repair Work. It 'm be in competent hands and the price will be right. WM. CUI00IMENS, Ortonville [Agency for CHEVROLET CARS i I WHAI'S WRONG WITH THIS PII;TUI{E, 1 A JOKE ON SANTA CLAUS t w. susiy ,. foryourself how many things are wrong.t ' great sur- ample, the spout on the kettle  up-side down. prise to Santa Caus when he dropped into his workshop on the door are on the wrong side, etc., eto. 1 and discovered what a huge Joke the little North Pole now many things you can find wrong in the pk-u d iries had played on him. They turned his Toy Bhc into the family around the llvn room table and ai! "Topey-T1arv' li[hop. Look at the picture above ad ether. It will be  of fun. You may win a b YOUR ANSWER MAY WIN $1,500 IN GOLD Sure it is true ; you can win $1,500 IN GOLD absolutely free by sending in your answer to "Topsy-Turvey" Puzzle Picture. First study the Picture carefully. The object of this Game see how many things you can find wrong in the "Topsy- Turvey" Picture. The person sending in the largest, near- ,)0 IN PRIZES , , eat correct list of things that are wrong m the picture will I no J if te %yr.[If T*@ Subs. Oederlaub, OrderlSube. _ 'S win first prize; second nearest, second prize, etc. Besides l, nt in I ls se.t ,n I ,s s0 ' the prize money you may win, you will have lots of fun play- .t Prize...,s *a si,_. ; nd Prize... 20 125 ing this game ara zs .... s 75  4th' Prize .... 10 SO Free Gift to Everyone 'th[Ithllth,6th PrqZetot0to 0thlSth10th .... 4SoS 101545 . I,,S Slt to 30th 1 2 S Who Sends in 'ropsy-Turvey" Answer This Pinture Game is being  ondueted to further adver- tise The Ndnnespolts Daffy News. Every person sending in an enwer to this "Topsy-Turvey" Picture Game will re- ceive s lmkage of Xm Seals absolutely free. These Seals ae most useful at this time of the year. How You Can Win Free $|,500 Prize! Here's the way thO prize money will be dletrPouted: If you win first prize and have "Qualified" your a,uswer by sending in two Daily News subecripUons at $4 a year, you will win $1.500 IN GOLD; ff you have ent in only one subscription for one year at $4 you would win $300; if you have not sent in any subscription orders you would win $25. We offer these extra large bonus prizes to those who boost The MlnneapolAs Daily News. I Youql Never Win t/nless You Try--No Cost-No Obligations You will never win anything unless you try. This "Topsy-L,'Vey" Game is not hard. you can win if you try. It is not necessary to send tn a subscription order with your answer. You can win a prize without sending in a subscription order. Send in YOUR ANSWER TODAY. dress your answer to "Topsy-Turvey" Editor, Desk . RULE8 OF THE 'OPSY-TU RVEY" GAME L  lmrma  nt*/d* of and St, lanl net eesmetad with Tks D 8. The sass hsvlng the hn1'N eorreot .flat of th/a4 wron in the "Tel v' l'ietare will wia rt pr/ee, eta, 13t s, tin, nttaasa, style  hmdwrit/agd.t considered. If thn Us sun ex prizes will be swarded. 4. The followins thr prominent Mls people wi act as Yadm: Miss Vera t school tesoher; Arthurelberf. merebt_l Frissell, advertising manaSer, . - J paF. All eontesttnts sSee to aeoept  S  etsien ef the Judses u taal and eonole  O. The names of the winners and things that were wrong in the "TOps.Y. ' Picture will be publiehed in The DslIY as soon ss the Judaea pick the w4naer. The Daffy News, Minneapolis, PAGE 6 I'nd that widowed mothers of deceas- erican ] 00Leqlon d buddies are entitled to this Bonus? f you know of a widowed mother sup- pose you secure application blanks L:orner :,ore the Soldier,' Bonus Board, St. Paul, and help her fill them out be- Lookie! Watch it! There it goes! Exclamations like these will soon be heard all over the U S. A. For State Adjutant Baca of the American Le- gion of New Mexico, has promised to end a genuine Mexican jumping bean to every American girl who will write :him expressing willingness to corres- pond with one of the five thousand disabled veterans in New Mexico. Minnesota girls should address Adju- tant Baca at Santa Fe, N. M. Every bean has been trained to jump thru a loop or stand unhitched. "Coming events cast their shawod before," is an old saying. Where is the pe.,siudt who said the Gopher state wouldn't go over the top ahead ,of all other Legion Departments in collecting and sending to National headqual%crs the dues of all its mem- bers for J922? Cheer up, buddy, the coming year is going to see the enroll- ment of more Minnesota Legionaires than ever before. On December 1, 1921, state and national headquarters ,were being swamped with dues of thousands of Legionaires from all over the nation. National Legion dues, fixed by the national convention are $1. State dues, fixed by the Minnesota State ient to defray local expenses, which vary according to the amount of wel- fare work necessary club facilities, etc. Total dues are usually $3 per year which includes 52 issues of the Ameri- can Legion Weekly, which is worth the assessment collected. When a member fails to pay his annual dues by the first of each year he ceases to be a bonafide member. He may still boost for the Legion but his support, to be effective, must be backed up by !:ore it is too late ? American Legion National Head- :uarters has begun a national ca:.-:ass .o determine who was the last .,oldie Mlled in action November 11, 191 The French government will erec . . monument to the last American soi- dier to fall in battle. Until July 1, 1922, The Midwest Hospital & Sanitarium Association of Worthington, N ;mesota will treat, free of char,% all former service men cequiring r :dical, surgical, chiroprac- tic, oste::ahic, electric, X-ray, nms- sage, or medicated bath treatments. "Ach Heinie," sobbed the German wife bidding her husband goodbye as he left for the front, "I will miss you." "Ach, Katrine," responded her sponse, "I do hope der Americans vill also." "Let's all put our shoulders to the wheel and make Faribault Post No. 43 the best, biggest, Strongest ahd [ivest Legion post in Minnesota," says Post Commander M. O. Grant, "We are all links in a great chain of bud- dies. Let their be no weak link in our chain. Everybody start the New Year well by paying his dues for 1922 by December 31, 1921." "If Minnesota fails to go over the top it won't be the fault of Glenwood Post No. 187," declares Post Adju- tant Swenson, "Our members are all set for a record Legion year." "Come on Lindstrom Post No. 83, to win a Minnesota Department cita- tion," says Carl Victor of Lindstrom, "Every member is paying his 1922 dues the moment we give him the up- prompt payment of yearly clues., polunity More than 75 per cent will have re-enrolled by December 31, President Harding last week signed 1921." the following amendment to the law relative to taxation: "After January ,, . . " "9 .......... Educatmn is the only dequate safe- I , lzz, no taxes snail De levleo on .......... guard to human hberty; ard the su- aGmlSSlOOS all ne proceeus oi vculcn . .  . . . . .......... . preme oeslre o1: every rue Amerlcau ::e :;ct;veLOric:e oL;en21?ot r tyli s to make human liberty the greatest ] "f" --' .,. ......  , : [possible reality in this country,, reads] Legion UXlllary tJnls tnereo, 1 no . . .. . .. ; . . . par oi ne resotuglon passe( ny ne part of the net earnings thereof inures St P " "'en T " ' ..... t- t ...... " t  . aul iyl - eacner s _ve(leratlon, o ne )enent oi any prlvaue S1;OCK- ,. ....... .... . .... ,, .. , [Calling on the Ivtayor go proclaim tm- laolaer or lnOlVlfluaL lille amen(1-] ........... . . ..  . - - temper 4 re lu American lflucal;lOn men was secure<l nru etorts of the . . .... i ....... .. . Week n order to asmst the campmg'n /eglon 2alona[ Legl|allve bommi- .... "" ....... ";' , .. ot the American Legion and the Na- ee a ne reques ot nousanas o Le " - tional Americanism Education Asso- gaon posts thruout the nation. It re- fers to the so-called "amusement ad- mission tax." Dowh at Kansas City, Gopher delegates from Edward Cutter Post No. 102 bore aloft a sign reading "We are the boys from Anoka, Minnesota, the dry town on the rum river." Le- gionaires from Ralph Gracie Post car- tied this sign, "We're from Bemidji, Minnesota--First City on the Mis- sissippi." Writes now, L. A. LaPlant ef Anoka: "The boys here have in- structed me to secure prices on canoes. Fifteen buddies already planning a canoe trip down the Mississippi to at- tend the Fourth National Legion con- vention at New Orleans in 1922. W'ell be there strong, even if we have to swim.." Some of the Legion posts in Nor- them Minnesota cover a wide terri- tory. Recently, wheh they learned that a Legion buddy lay sick and alone, members of Biwabik Post No. 160 made an 18-mile trip out into the country to visit him. Several hours were pleasantly spent discussing war service and Legion affairs with the sick comrade who was pleased as much to hlve his buddies around him again Who says the sun ever sets on The American Legion? At the Kansas City Legion convention there were Le- gion delegates seated from Alaska, Africa, Chile, Great Britain, Canada, Panama, China, Cuba, France Guate-i mla, Hawaii, Japan, Mexico, Peru, i Porto Rico, Palestine, Turkey, as well as from every state in the Union; ad the Philippine Islands. The sun is al-: ways shining on buddies whose slogan is "Let's Stick Together." Two weeks after the American Le- gioh National Convention in Kansas City the paid-up Legion membership had been increased by two thousand five hundred--just double what it was the day the convention started. What: did it? The pel5 and patriotism of one hundred thousand visiting Legion- aires from all over the world. "Minnesota's delegation to the Le- gton Auxiliary National Convention in Kansas City Was a joy to the heart of the de!egation chairman and credit to the Gopher State," says Mrs. Sandy Hamilton, Minnesota State President, "Womanly, honorable in their actions aml united in their en- deavors, they made many friends and showed a fine appreciation of their position as the wives, sisters, mothers and daughters of the men of Minne- sota into whose hands our nation com- mitted its safety in its hour of need." "A Prairie Rose," the four-act corn- ed!c-drama of the Kansas plains stag- ed by members of Osakis Post No. ill. played to capacity houses and was such an unparalled success that Osa- kis LeMonaires bare decided to stage it anywhere in Minnesot: on request. Ask the Osakis Legion Post Adjutant for particu,ars. Do you know that December 31st is the last day on which Minnesota Bonus applications will be received? iation to emphasize the importance of truly democratic education for all Americans. "Late for reveille again, I see, 'O'- Malley," snorted the irate captain. "How do you account for this persis- tent tardiness ?" '"Tis inherited, sir," answered Pri- vate O'Malley, "Me father was the late Michael O'Malley." Never will Marshall Foch forget the "Great Big Baked Potatoes" served on the Foch Legion Specal enroute thru Minnesota. Selected by L. I. Owen, Supt. of the Northern Pacific dining car service, the "spuds," from two to five pounds each, were so big that an hour and a half required to bake them. The biggest was served Marshall Foch, whose amazement was evident. Discrimination., "Mammy" said Pickanlnhy Jim, "I wants yml to do me a favor.' "Whut kind of a favor?'' "I wants you to shet youse'f out o' sight same as me on Christmas eve." "Whuffoh ?" "Well, I ain' gimeter say dat Santy draws no color line. But las' Christ- mas I looked de neighborhood over an' I kain't he'p s'picionin' dat mebbe I'd stan' a better chance foh presents if we didn' give him no chance to otice dat dis ain' a white folks' residence." HE WAS WILLING Yule-tide fast Is coming, dear. If you my wife will be, I'll draw the cash a n d start right In Te be your C h r I etmae tree, THE  ,RTONVILLE MOST DECORATED U. S. GIRL Little Paullna Henkel, the sixteen- year-old daughter of Paul Henkel, of New York, is the most decorated young lady in the United States Aside from the hundreds of medals she has, as testimony of her work during the war, when she personally raised $3,- 300,000 during the five war loans, she has a score or more of loving cups and trophies presented to her by her hosts of admirers. The photo shows the young lady with some of her medals and decorations. HIS HOUNDS RIDE IN AUTO Coyote Hunter In South Dakota Makes Money Killing Animals for Bounty, Sioux Falls, S. D.--Albert Warden of the Wall district ,of western South Dakota, which Is situated in the fa- mous Bad Lands region, which abounds with many coyotes, has adopted a unique and effective meth- od of capturing and killing coyotes, and Is making money by killing the animals for the bounty offered for them. Warden does hls coyote hunting on a scientific basis. He makes" his raids on the animals in a motortruck, with a cage in the rear for his pack of hounds. He travels around the coun- try In the truck until he locates one or more coyotes Then he  pulls a rope that opens trapdoors in the cage and thus releases his hounds, which instantly take up tlie chase, soon run- ning down the prey. By transporting the hounds in the cage they are always fresh and ready for the chase. --Christmas Seals are on sale at Ty- ler's Variety Store and both Drug Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. @ LEGAL NOTICES i Citation for Hearing on Petition To Sell, Mortgage or Lease Land. (Estate of Albert Zahrbock) STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, In Probate Court. In the matter of the Estate of Albert Zahrbock, deceased. The state of Minnesota to Emilie Zahrbock, Gertrude Zahrbock, Arthur Zahrbock, Bertha Zahrbock, Albert Zahrbeck, Leonard Zahrbock, Law- rence Zahrbock, Elmer Zahrbock, Har- vey Zahrbock, Harold Zahrbock, Eve- lyn  Zahrbock, and all persons inter- ested in the mortgaging of certain lands belonging to said estate. The petition of Emilie Zahrbock represen- tative of the above named decedent, being duly filed in this court, repre- senting that it is necessary and for the best interest of said estate ann o all interested therein that certain lands of said estate described thereto be mortgaged and praying that a li- cense be to her granted to mortgage the same. Now, therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and re- quired to show cause, if any you, have, before this court, at the Probate Court rooms, in the court- house in the city of Ortonville, county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 28th day of November, 1921, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said court and the seal of said court, this 28th day of October, 1921 (Seal) R.B. HUDSON, Judge of Probate Court. A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney for Petitioner. i Vapors reach deep colds When the cold "goes down" get after it by the rubbing and vapor method. , ii i i, i I Otinate colds that go down|from the tightness, soreness and heO re ..et can be.r..ed by t cough with rapid loosening of mDm.auon rtmmng and, lthe phten, abating danger of vapor-mnaung method with/  or influenza. Vicks VapoRub.  : :' ,pneumonm Apply Vicks ovathat  |' Vicks contains the antiseptic, d/healing vapors of Camphor, chest. Rub well i, ladilMenthol , Eucalyptus, Thyme thickly and cover w]{'t;T" oi. |and Oil of Turpentine and is nesses of flannel. At*ember :r- |the standby in millions of homes range bedclothes 1 and tho.sa./for funnel, so the a r cities wfll l congestions of nose, throat, ad chest; skin hurts and itch will be breathed a" lmgs, and various bodily pains. into the lungs, uston left or t ' 8asl-t; Once tried, Vicks becomes a Quick relief sh 0)afternraer'hi. ct | tand-by in the medicine cabinet. _,o V!00s Just rub it J. c. Bed00 f . Sunday / :; breathe ilsen .pors o R m Ore.IT Mrm Jm Ud Ysa INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER & Notice of Mortgage Forclosure Sale. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con- taining a Power of Sale dated Octo- ber 31, 1919, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Big Stone County, Minnesota, November 6, 1919, at nine o'clock a. m. in Book 55 of Mortgages on page 406,whereby H. H. !DeWall and Grace G. DeWall mort- gagors, mortgaged to Fred Hansen, mortgagee, the northwest quarter (NW) and north half (NN) of the southwest quarter (SW) of section 31, township one hundred twenty-one, (121), range fourty-four, (44), Big Stone county, Minnesota, which said mortgage was on February 14th, 1921, duly assigned by an instrument in writing recorded in said Register of Deeds office on February 23 1921, at 9:00 o'clock a. m., in B o o k forty-six (46) of Mortgages on page 452, to H. P. Carlson, by which de- fault the power of sale has become operative and no action or proceeding at law having been instituted to re- cover the debt secured thereby or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on this mortgage to the date hereof, the sum of Five Thousanft, Three Hundred Seventeen and 50-100 ($5,317.50) Dollars Now, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of said power, said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premise sold at public auction by the Sheriff of said county, or his deputy on Satur- day, January 7, 1922, at 10:00 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the court house in Ortonville, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated November 21, 1921. H P. CARLSON, Assignee of Mortgagee, A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First pub. Nov. 24 " 6w For Youngster, s. Youngsters enjoy working with col- ored beads and for them a gift of a box of assorted colored glass beads is quite appropriate. These beads are used for kindergarten work and are quite hlexpensive. Father Shoots at Bird, Hits Son. Walker, N. Y.--Edward Hyler was seriously wounded in the head when his father shot him when firing at a bird. One of the boy's eyes was put out. --Christmas Seals are on sale at Ty- ler's Variety Store and both Drug Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. Belva Kaercher TEACHER OF PIANO Ah'I} HARMONY Ortonville, Minn. --Win a prize. Read "Who's on page 2 of this issue. !11111111111[11 1]1u u n ,, " ver'au"n00, Take your car toWm. Cummens f r ' Overhauling or Repair Work. It 'm be in competent hands and the price will be right. WM. CUI00IMENS, Ortonville [Agency for CHEVROLET CARS i I WHAI'S WRONG WITH THIS PII;TUI{E, 1 A JOKE ON SANTA CLAUS t w. susiy ,. foryourself how many things are wrong.t ' great sur- ample, the spout on the kettle  up-side down. prise to Santa Caus when he dropped into his workshop on the door are on the wrong side, etc., eto. 1 and discovered what a huge Joke the little North Pole now many things you can find wrong in the pk-u d iries had played on him. They turned his Toy Bhc into the family around the llvn room table and ai! "Topey-T1arv' li[hop. Look at the picture above ad ether. It will be  of fun. You may win a b YOUR ANSWER MAY WIN $1,500 IN GOLD Sure it is true ; you can win $1,500 IN GOLD absolutely free by sending in your answer to "Topsy-Turvey" Puzzle Picture. First study the Picture carefully. The object of this Game see how many things you can find wrong in the "Topsy- Turvey" Picture. The person sending in the largest, near- ,)0 IN PRIZES , , eat correct list of things that are wrong m the picture will I no J if te %yr.[If T*@ Subs. Oederlaub, OrderlSube. _ 'S win first prize; second nearest, second prize, etc. Besides l, nt in I ls se.t ,n I ,s s0 ' the prize money you may win, you will have lots of fun play- .t Prize...,s *a si,_. ; nd Prize... 20 125 ing this game ara zs .... s 75  4th' Prize .... 10 SO Free Gift to Everyone 'th[Ithllth,6th PrqZetot0to 0thlSth10th .... 4SoS 101545 . I,,S Slt to 30th 1 2 S Who Sends in 'ropsy-Turvey" Answer This Pinture Game is being  ondueted to further adver- tise The Ndnnespolts Daffy News. Every person sending in an enwer to this "Topsy-Turvey" Picture Game will re- ceive s lmkage of Xm Seals absolutely free. These Seals ae most useful at this time of the year. How You Can Win Free $|,500 Prize! Here's the way thO prize money will be dletrPouted: If you win first prize and have "Qualified" your a,uswer by sending in two Daily News subecripUons at $4 a year, you will win $1.500 IN GOLD; ff you have ent in only one subscription for one year at $4 you would win $300; if you have not sent in any subscription orders you would win $25. We offer these extra large bonus prizes to those who boost The MlnneapolAs Daily News. I Youql Never Win t/nless You Try--No Cost-No Obligations You will never win anything unless you try. This "Topsy-L,'Vey" Game is not hard. you can win if you try. It is not necessary to send tn a subscription order with your answer. You can win a prize without sending in a subscription order. Send in YOUR ANSWER TODAY. dress your answer to "Topsy-Turvey" Editor, Desk . RULE8 OF THE 'OPSY-TU RVEY" GAME L  lmrma  nt*/d* of and St, lanl net eesmetad with Tks D 8. The sass hsvlng the hn1'N eorreot .flat of th/a4 wron in the "Tel v' l'ietare will wia rt pr/ee, eta, 13t s, tin, nttaasa, style  hmdwrit/agd.t considered. If thn Us sun ex prizes will be swarded. 4. The followins thr prominent Mls people wi act as Yadm: Miss Vera t school tesoher; Arthurelberf. merebt_l Frissell, advertising manaSer, . - J paF. All eontesttnts sSee to aeoept  S  etsien ef the Judses u taal and eonole  O. The names of the winners and things that were wrong in the "TOps.Y. ' Picture will be publiehed in The DslIY as soon ss the Judaea pick the w4naer. The Daffy News, Minneapolis, AGE6 THe; t,RTONV LLE NDF.PENDENT THURSDAY. DECEMBERI I I ud that widowed , ---- ------ Alqlll['a|'|/l n ,I dbddi .... eat MOST DECORATED U. S. GIRL  *) ILe i[ j i[. 1 ] f you know of a widowed mother suP-  mse you secu app]ition blanks L00IP , o lo m the Soldier' Bonus Board St. -- -- -- hml, and help bet Lookiel Watch it! Then it gsI Fole it is t late? Exclamations like these will soon be heaYdllover theU. S.A. ForStae American I,egion National Adjutant Baca of the American De. giou of New Mexico, h promised to o neptune wn sed a genuine Mexican imaging bean 'dllt in artion No.tuber 11, 191' to every American gi French govement il] ert : him expressing willingness to American sol- pomi with one of the five dibll eeterans in N Minnesota girls should address AdJu- Until July 1, 19-2, tt Ba at Santa Fe, N. M. Every Hospital & Sanitai beret has been trained to jump Worthington, N oesata will a Ioop or stand unhitched, fe o charg o, -- equirlng  ,dical, surgical, ehiroprae- "Coming events st Uc, ester h c, e eeric, X as, mac- before," is  old sa#ng, sae, o, medicated bath t, eatments. the [,e, sff,d,t who said the Gopher atate wouldn't go over the top ahead "Aeh Heinie," sobbed the of all othl Lcgi,m Departments in dfe bidding her husband goodbye as Little Paunaa HonkeL collecting and sending to National , "I wiil miss3,ou." year.el d daughter of Paul Yard, B the met for 192? Cheer up, buddy, the "I do hop e der Americans viii also." young lady meat of more Minnesot LegionMs "Let's all put our shouMers to the than ev befog. On Dmber t, wheel and make Faribault Post No war, when she personally 1521, state and natlonal headquarters 43 the best, biggt, strongest ahd 800,000 daring mere being amped with ds egion post in Minnesota," says thousands of Legionaires fm *dl Post Commander M. O. Grant, "We presented to her by her over the natio are The photo shows -- dies. Let their be no weak link in young lady wlth some of National Legion dues, fixed by the oul chain. Everybody start the New ational convention are $L S tate Year well by paying dues, fixed by the Mid.eta State by December 31, 1921." HIS HOUNDS RIDE IN AUTO eit to defray II expenses, which -- -- vary according to the amount of wen "If Minnesota fails to go aver the Coyotl Hunter n South fal work nessary club filitles, top it won't he the fault of Glenwood Make= Mory Killing Anlmlll etc. Total dues a usually $3 per year Post No, 287," deelas Past Adju- fee Bounty. which includes 52 issu of the Amerl- tune $enson, "Our members are all can Legion Weekly, which i* worth set for a record ]gion year." Sonx Falls. 8, D.--Albert Warden the asssmeat collected. When a __ of the Wall dis rio o wee em Sou h member fails to pay his annual dues t "c by the first of each year he ceases to nme on Limistrom Post No. 83, Dakota, wMeh Is situated In the fa- o w, a Minnesota Department eita mona Bad Lands reon, which be a bonafide member. He ma T still tion," says Carl Victor of Lindstrom, abounds qth many eoyot, has boost fro" the Legion bat his support, "Every member is paving h s 1922 aflopted a onlque and effecth.e moth- to he effecUe, must he backed up by dues the moment we give him the op od of capturing and killing coyotes, protnpt Dayment of yearly dues pmtnnit ' M,,re hun 75 per cent w and Is maklrlg money by killing the -- have re-enlled by December 31, anlmalm for the bmmty offend Zor PsMent Harding last week slg,ed 1921.,, them. the following amendment to the law -- warden ds his yote huntlnz on a scientific bums. Fie makes his velds relativel, 1922, tOnotaXation:taxes shall"Afterbe leviedJanuarYor, "Education is the only adequate safe- on the animals In a motoetruck, with rd to human liberty; and the su- admissim, s, all the peeeds of which rome desire of every title American a ge In the rear for his pack of |nu exclusively to the benefit of auy hounds He trays s a o nd he nn to make human liberty tile greatest r In th tr k u 11 he 1 ]post of the Anrican Legionorthe pa she rea y n th s coun reads t y e ue nt oates e Lgion Auxiffary Units their, if no , " or more coyotes. Then he pulls a art of the solutlon posed by The th t t a d r l part of the net earnlngs theaf inures S PaulMenTeachar,sFederationlrOp a opens r p  s n the ease to the benefit of any private stock . " ' and th s teases his hounds which alhng on the layol to pelalm De- holder or individual." This p the cha, soon n- .  nlng down the py. Legion NationaI Legislative eampmgll By u*portlng the honda n the , . Legion anti the No- ge hey are a ways fh and ready hnnal Anmeanism Education Asso- far he ehaa gion posts thmout the nation. It re- latlon to emphasize the importance of] mLsionfe to thOrax.So called "amusement ad- Americans.blY demratie hcation for all] htistsaies a s are n at Ty- -- ter's Variety Sto and both Dg Dowh at Kansas City, Gopher delegatea from "Late for reveille again, I s, 'O'- Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. No. 102 bore aloft a sign ading "Wo Malley," snorted the irate captain. a tl boys fm Anoka, Minneta, "How do you account for this persia- . the dry town on the m river." Le- 'Tis inherited, sir," answered Pri. LEGAL IOTICES zied this sign, "We're from Beraldji, vote O'Malley* "Me father w the Citation far Hearing on Petlti MinnesoFirst City on the Mis- tats Michael O'Malley," Sell, Mar*gale or Leue Land, lssipgi." Writ new, L, A. LaPlant -- (Estate of Albert Zahrboak) of Anoka: "The boys here have Never will MarshaB Foch forget the STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of 'Great Rig Raked p#.atoes" servtl on Big Ste, In Probate Court Fifteen buddies already planning a Legion Spca[ enute th matter of the Estate of Selected by L IL Owen, gahrbk deceased ean trip do the Miaisslppi to at- Supt. of the Northe Pifle dining The sta of Mlnvesota tc tend the Fourth National Lglon n- ea r rvlee, the "spuds," from two to vention at New Orleans in 1922. five unds each w b" Zahrboek, Csertde ZLhrboek Arthur po , e o ig that an gab W'ell he the atng, even if we have . rbk Bertha Zahrbuck Albert hour d a half qulred to bake them., ' gahrbock Leonmxi Zahrlmek I to avAmJ' -- Foeh,The blggtwho azementwas ed Mahglll nee Zbo e1. Elmer ' Zahrbk, Hat- Some of the Leglo pots in No vey Zs.hrboek Humid gahrbk, Ev them Mineta v lyn Zahrbock, d all perne inter- tory. Recently, wheh they DisCrimination. ested in the mortgaging of certain that a Legion buddy lay sick d ]lamm*  d Plekalnhy lm, "I alone, members of Biwabik post No. at  to do I e a fav.' /ands betiding to said eatat The 160 made an 18-mile trip out into the 'tWhut kind of favor" ' petition of Emilie Zahrboek pmn- untl'y to visit him. "I wanm y to shet ou'f out o" tatlve of the above ned delent, ght me  me on Chrlatm eve." being duly flied in this rt, lx-p were pteasantly spent disusing w seating that it is necessary and fol tiee md Legion "Whuoh' =Well, I aln' glter y dlt $nty line. BUt In' C;lrtsb that to hdve his buddies amid him again. Who say I kaln't he'p sRtouln' be mortgaged and pying that a [i. American Legion? At the start' a better chance fob pts If cse bs to her granted to mortgage ve him no chance tototl Now, thefo, ou and glen delegates tod fm Alaska, you, are hereby cited and - ................ Africa' Chile, Great Britain, Canada,  q ulred to show cae. if any mlh Hawaii, Japan, Mexio, Peru,  Court rooms, in the Porto Rich, Palatine, Turzey, as welt from every state in the Union; a*d ullde 1 I= of Ortonville, county amine, of Big Sthne, state the Philippine Islands. daaa, the 28th day of November. 1921, at ways shlning on bmldies who slog If you my 10:00 o'clock a. m,, why the is "It's Stick Together." fe will ba, of said petition should not be granted. -- i1 draw th Two weeks eaah and Witness, the Judge o1 said court gioh National C0nvtion in ' ear lht seal of said court, this 28th City the pald-up lgion membership In day of October. 192L had been inea by two thousand ., Te be your (Seal) I. B. HUBSON, five hundred--just double what it was C h e I amal Judge of Probate Court. try. the day the convention courted. What did it? The Im and patriotism of Attoey for Petitioner. one handred thoand visiting Legion-  -- glen .Auxiliary National Convention in Vapors ep co s Xans cit: wa a ioy to the heart .---When the old goeadown. fret after it by II of he deleatlon ehaian and a the rubbing and vapor method. 1| credit to the Gopher State," says M. Sandy Hamilton, Minnesota state a] President. "Womanly, honorable In their aetlons and uited in their On- . Otht colds tt go town/from the lghtlet, ttorea deavors, they made many frlends d mto the e can be ..m/tehby|ootgh with rapid loosemg of thoed a fine appriaUon the *mbltao  |the Iffea, tt[tng digger a and dough poslti ........................... ..... iPr-mnahng mothd ] meumma r infiuem" ip pVylb"  ..... ; .ub  '(#'tPlMtho  S.=lypt Thyme "A Prairie Re," the fought m- tnlcgtyandcoverwht t v/and Oil of Turpentine and ia ne of flannel, ht9brr./thestandbyinmilllomofhotmm ed by mamber of Osakis Post No. IlL range bedclothes 1# a tae alf" congestions of nose, that. played to eapity hours aM ws tunngi, SO 1 a( dtha wLs|tzl d chest; skin hurts and itch- such u mll be breathed s .-- tlmg and various bodily pains. nto the lunga, mcto er or Once tried raer' Sul'l -#t , V,eks b .... t am.where In Mhmesota on quest. Qcti lief tho r and-byinthemodieineeablnet, Ask the Osakis Legion Post Adjutant far particulars, pets to " oo ,,no -- 0100! lons Forelosure Sale Default having been mmle in the a certain mortgage con taining a Power of Sale dated Octo- ber 3t, 1919, and aaled in the office of the Register of Deeds of Bg Stone County, Minnesota, November g. 1919, o'clock a m. in Beak 55 sf Mortgages on page 406.whereby H. H. and Grace G. DeWall mnt mortgaged tn Fred Hansar mortgagee, the northwest quarte (NW) and north half (N) of the scuthrest quarter (SWI) of ctlon 31, towuship one hundd twenty-one. (121), range fourty four, (44), Rg Stone coty, Miunesota, which said mortgage was ou February 4 h, 92, duly assigned by an instrament in writing orded in sakl Register o Deeds omee on Febaey 23 1921, at 9:OO o'clock a, m., in Book fsrty-slx (461 of Mortgages on page 452, to H. P. Carlson, hy which de- fault the power of sale has bome operative and no actiou or pcding at law having been nstituted to - cover the debt sed thehy or any part theof, and the is clamed ta be due on this mortgage to the date he.of, the sum of Five Thousanl, Three Hundred Sevenen and 5O 100 (5,317.50) Dollars. Now. Notice is hereby given that by mortgage will be foreclod and said prlise sold at public auction by the Sheriff of sold euunty, or his deputy on Satur- day, January 7, 1922, at 10:00 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the court hoe in Oronville in sahl county, , pay Said debt, intet attorney's fee and disburments allowed hy law. Dated Novemb 21. t921. H. P CARLSON, Assignee ef Mortgagee, A B, KAERCHI L A o' ev, Ortonville, Minn. First pub Nov. 24 " 0w For Youag,e Younte enjoy workfng with eel- them a gift ef a of assorte(I colored glass beads These hems are and are quite laexpenslve. Father Shoot* it BIM, Hit* Sen. Io Walker' N" Y'--Edward Hyler was I ] Belvn Knorehr hisH(:/YetWshUoldhem 'wtheen rl eand wth [ TEACH'EI oTPI'A;o  blrd. One of the box, ey w pul i HARMONY uL -- Or tonvil] Mi. --Christmas Seals at on sale at Ty- I + let's Variety. Store and both Dgl W'in a e Re d "Who' II I i o isis . Storo. y th ...... est ya. orge o a 2 ,r,:. s e I Overhauling Take your ear to Wm. Cummens f Overhauling or Repair Work. be in competent hands and will be right. WM. CUMMENS, Ortonville [Agency for CHEVROLET CARS WRO$] WlIH ltll$ A JOKE ON SANTA CLAUS ''*,. to Snt C wn*a ha drm late hi. rg.o Ddre h   tm.Ue mre  O SU into YOUR ANSWER MAY WIN $1,500 IN GOLD Sure it is true ; you can win $1, llq GOLD aheolutely free by sendkg in y "Tosy-Txtrvey"PulePieture, F]rtudythePieture carefully, The objeet see how many things you can find wrong in the "Topsy- Turvey" Picture. The person aendin in the large.t, near- $2,500 IN PRIZES Nt correct list of things that are wrong in the pietur win t, win first prize; eond n, eeond prize, etc. Begide  ptm the prize money 7ou may win, you will have lots of fun play. toe pt=*.., m Free Gift to Everyone " 1  to m to lt a art | Who Send= in "Top=y-TurveS' Answer lthis pIotm.e Osme ts bln'oondu.ed th fm,.thi- dve. Je he Xlaneaall Dany Nev ETe lanlmt  la a tremor to  "oly.l-vey" Ptcte thrum will re- ceive S pntSe e Xmaa ISeals &btointy free. hee Beale sr meet usefel t this tae of the yetr. Hew You Cau Win Free $1,S00 Prize! In oaLv oe brtlon far on year t $4 yaa wald win 00 If you You'll Never Win Unle You Try--No Oest-.-N Obligations  wlU uer wa enytla IS yon t. Thl "*oTarvy- ahaetlon oder wnhorr r you n win  nrl wltlmat RULIIt OF THE lAMB PAGE 6 I'nd that widowed mothers of deceas- erican ] 00Leqlon d buddies are entitled to this Bonus? f you know of a widowed mother sup- pose you secure application blanks L:orner :,ore the Soldier,' Bonus Board, St. Paul, and help her fill them out be- Lookie! Watch it! There it goes! Exclamations like these will soon be heard all over the U S. A. For State Adjutant Baca of the American Le- gion of New Mexico, has promised to end a genuine Mexican jumping bean to every American girl who will write :him expressing willingness to corres- pond with one of the five thousand disabled veterans in New Mexico. Minnesota girls should address Adju- tant Baca at Santa Fe, N. M. Every bean has been trained to jump thru a loop or stand unhitched. "Coming events cast their shawod before," is an old saying. Where is the pe.,siudt who said the Gopher state wouldn't go over the top ahead ,of all other Legion Departments in collecting and sending to National headqual%crs the dues of all its mem- bers for J922? Cheer up, buddy, the coming year is going to see the enroll- ment of more Minnesota Legionaires than ever before. On December 1, 1921, state and national headquarters ,were being swamped with dues of thousands of Legionaires from all over the nation. National Legion dues, fixed by the national convention are $1. State dues, fixed by the Minnesota State ient to defray local expenses, which vary according to the amount of wel- fare work necessary club facilities, etc. Total dues are usually $3 per year which includes 52 issues of the Ameri- can Legion Weekly, which is worth the assessment collected. When a member fails to pay his annual dues by the first of each year he ceases to be a bonafide member. He may still boost for the Legion but his support, to be effective, must be backed up by !:ore it is too late ? American Legion National Head- :uarters has begun a national ca:.-:ass .o determine who was the last .,oldie Mlled in action November 11, 191 The French government will erec . . monument to the last American soi- dier to fall in battle. Until July 1, 1922, The Midwest Hospital & Sanitarium Association of Worthington, N ;mesota will treat, free of char,% all former service men cequiring r :dical, surgical, chiroprac- tic, oste::ahic, electric, X-ray, nms- sage, or medicated bath treatments. "Ach Heinie," sobbed the German wife bidding her husband goodbye as he left for the front, "I will miss you." "Ach, Katrine," responded her sponse, "I do hope der Americans vill also." "Let's all put our shoulders to the wheel and make Faribault Post No. 43 the best, biggest, Strongest ahd [ivest Legion post in Minnesota," says Post Commander M. O. Grant, "We are all links in a great chain of bud- dies. Let their be no weak link in our chain. Everybody start the New Year well by paying his dues for 1922 by December 31, 1921." "If Minnesota fails to go over the top it won't be the fault of Glenwood Post No. 187," declares Post Adju- tant Swenson, "Our members are all set for a record Legion year." "Come on Lindstrom Post No. 83, to win a Minnesota Department cita- tion," says Carl Victor of Lindstrom, "Every member is paying his 1922 dues the moment we give him the up- prompt payment of yearly clues., polunity More than 75 per cent will have re-enrolled by December 31, President Harding last week signed 1921." the following amendment to the law relative to taxation: "After January ,, . . " "9 .......... Educatmn is the only dequate safe- I , lzz, no taxes snail De levleo on .......... guard to human hberty; ard the su- aGmlSSlOOS all ne proceeus oi vculcn . .  . . . . .......... . preme oeslre o1: every rue Amerlcau ::e :;ct;veLOric:e oL;en21?ot r tyli s to make human liberty the greatest ] "f" --' .,. ......  , : [possible reality in this country,, reads] Legion UXlllary tJnls tnereo, 1 no . . .. . .. ; . . . par oi ne resotuglon passe( ny ne part of the net earnings thereof inures St P " "'en T " ' ..... t- t ...... " t  . aul iyl - eacner s _ve(leratlon, o ne )enent oi any prlvaue S1;OCK- ,. ....... .... . .... ,, .. , [Calling on the Ivtayor go proclaim tm- laolaer or lnOlVlfluaL lille amen(1-] ........... . . ..  . - - temper 4 re lu American lflucal;lOn men was secure<l nru etorts of the . . .... i ....... .. . Week n order to asmst the campmg'n /eglon 2alona[ Legl|allve bommi- .... "" ....... ";' , .. ot the American Legion and the Na- ee a ne reques ot nousanas o Le " -tional Americanism Education Asso- gaon posts thruout the nation. It re- fers to the so-called "amusement ad- mission tax." Dowh at Kansas City, Gopher delegates from Edward Cutter Post No. 102 bore aloft a sign reading "We are the boys from Anoka, Minnesota, the dry town on the rum river." Le- gionaires from Ralph Gracie Post car- tied this sign, "We're from Bemidji, Minnesota--First City on the Mis- sissippi." Writes now, L. A. LaPlant ef Anoka: "The boys here have in- structed me to secure prices on canoes. Fifteen buddies already planning a canoe trip down the Mississippi to at- tend the Fourth National Legion con- vention at New Orleans in 1922. W'ell be there strong, even if we have to swim.." Some of the Legion posts in Nor- them Minnesota cover a wide terri- tory. Recently, wheh they learned that a Legion buddy lay sick and alone, members of Biwabik Post No. 160 made an 18-mile trip out into the country to visit him. Several hours were pleasantly spent discussing war service and Legion affairs with the sick comrade who was pleased as much to hlve his buddies around him again Who says the sun ever sets on The American Legion? At the Kansas City Legion convention there were Le- gion delegates seated from Alaska, Africa, Chile, Great Britain, Canada, Panama, China, Cuba, France Guate-i mla, Hawaii, Japan, Mexico, Peru, i Porto Rico, Palestine, Turkey, as well as from every state in the Union; ad the Philippine Islands. The sun is al-: ways shining on buddies whose slogan is "Let's Stick Together." Two weeks after the American Le- gioh National Convention in Kansas City the paid-up Legion membership had been increased by two thousand five hundred--just double what it was the day the convention started. What: did it? The pel5 and patriotism of one hundred thousand visiting Legion- aires from all over the world. "Minnesota's delegation to the Le- gton Auxiliary National Convention in Kansas City Was a joy to the heart of the de!egation chairman and credit to the Gopher State," says Mrs. Sandy Hamilton, Minnesota State President, "Womanly, honorable in their actions aml united in their en- deavors, they made many friends and showed a fine appreciation of their position as the wives, sisters, mothers and daughters of the men of Minne- sota into whose hands our nation com- mitted its safety in its hour of need." "A Prairie Rose," the four-act corn- ed!c-drama of the Kansas plains stag- ed by members of Osakis Post No. ill. played to capacity houses and was such an unparalled success that Osa- kis LeMonaires bare decided to stage it anywhere in Minnesot: on request. Ask the Osakis Legion Post Adjutant for particu,ars. Do you know that December 31st is the last day on which Minnesota Bonus applications will be received? iation to emphasize the importance of truly democratic education for all Americans. "Late for reveille again, I see, 'O'- Malley," snorted the irate captain. "How do you account for this persis- tent tardiness ?" '"Tis inherited, sir," answered Pri- vate O'Malley, "Me father was the late Michael O'Malley." Never will Marshall Foch forget the "Great Big Baked Potatoes" served on the Foch Legion Specal enroute thru Minnesota. Selected by L. I. Owen, Supt. of the Northern Pacific dining car service, the "spuds," from two to five pounds each, were so big that an hour and a half required to bake them. The biggest was served Marshall Foch, whose amazement was evident. Discrimination., "Mammy" said Pickanlnhy Jim, "I wants yml to do me a favor.' "Whut kind of a favor?'' "I wants you to shet youse'f out o' sight same as me on Christmas eve." "Whuffoh ?" "Well, I ain' gimeter say dat Santy draws no color line. But las' Christ- mas I looked de neighborhood over an' I kain't he'p s'picionin' dat mebbe I'd stan' a better chance foh presents if we didn' give him no chance to otice dat dis ain' a white folks' residence." HE WAS WILLING Yule-tide fast Is coming, dear. If you my wife will be, I'll draw the cash a n d start right In Te be your C h r I etmae tree, THE  ,RTONVILLE MOST DECORATED U. S. GIRL Little Paullna Henkel, the sixteen- year-old daughter of Paul Henkel, of New York, is the most decorated young lady in the United States Aside from the hundreds of medals she has, as testimony of her work during the war, when she personally raised $3,- 300,000 during the five war loans, she has a score or more of loving cups and trophies presented to her by her hosts of admirers. The photo shows the young lady with some of her medals and decorations. HIS HOUNDS RIDE IN AUTO Coyote Hunter In South Dakota Makes Money Killing Animals for Bounty, Sioux Falls, S. D.--Albert Warden of the Wall district ,of western South Dakota, which Is situated in the fa- mous Bad Lands region, which abounds with many coyotes, has adopted a unique and effective meth- od of capturing and killing coyotes, and Is making money by killing the animals for the bounty offered for them. Warden does hls coyote hunting on a scientific basis. He makes" his raids on the animals in a motortruck, with a cage in the rear for his pack of hounds. He travels around the coun- try In the truck until he locates one or more coyotes Then he  pulls a rope that opens trapdoors in the cage and thus releases his hounds, which instantly take up tlie chase, soon run- ning down the prey. By transporting the hounds in the cage they are always fresh and ready for the chase. --Christmas Seals are on sale at Ty- ler's Variety Store and both Drug Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. @ LEGAL NOTICES i Citation for Hearing on Petition To Sell, Mortgage or Lease Land. (Estate of Albert Zahrbock) STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of Big Stone, In Probate Court. In the matter of the Estate of Albert Zahrbock, deceased. The state of Minnesota to Emilie Zahrbock, Gertrude Zahrbock, Arthur Zahrbock, Bertha Zahrbock, Albert Zahrbeck, Leonard Zahrbock, Law- rence Zahrbock, Elmer Zahrbock, Har- vey Zahrbock, Harold Zahrbock, Eve- lyn  Zahrbock, and all persons inter- ested in the mortgaging of certain lands belonging to said estate. The petition of Emilie Zahrbock represen- tative of the above named decedent, being duly filed in this court, repre- senting that it is necessary and for the best interest of said estate ann o all interested therein that certain lands of said estate described thereto be mortgaged and praying that a li- cense be to her granted to mortgage the same. Now, therefore, you and each of you, are hereby cited and re- quired to show cause, if any you, have, before this court, at the Probate Court rooms, in the court- house in the city of Ortonville, county of Big Stone, state of Minnesota, on the 28th day of November, 1921, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Witness, the Judge of said court and the seal of said court, this 28th day of October, 1921 (Seal) R.B. HUDSON, Judge of Probate Court. A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney for Petitioner. i Vapors reach deep colds When the cold "goes down" get after it by the rubbing and vapor method. , ii i i, i I Otinate colds that go down|from the tightness, soreness and heO re ..et can be.r..ed by t cough with rapid loosening of mDm.auon rtmmng and, lthe phten, abating danger of vapor-mnaung method with/  or influenza. Vicks VapoRub.  : :' ,pneumonm Apply Vicks ovathat  |' Vicks contains the antiseptic, d/healing vapors of Camphor, chest. Rub well i, ladilMenthol , Eucalyptus, Thyme thickly and cover w]{'t;T" oi. |and Oil of Turpentine and is nesses of flannel. At*ember :r- |the standby in millions of homes range bedclothes 1 and tho.sa./for funnel, so the a r cities wfll l congestions of nose, throat, ad chest; skin hurts and itch will be breathed a" lmgs, and various bodily pains. into the lungs, uston left or t ' 8asl-t; Once tried, Vicks becomes a Quick relief sh 0)afternraer'hi. ct | tand-by in the medicine cabinet. _,o V!00s Just rub it J. c. Bed00 f . Sunday / :; breathe ilsen .pors o R m Ore.IT Mrm Jm Ud Ysa INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DECEMBER & Notice of Mortgage Forclosure Sale. Default having been made in the conditions of a certain mortgage con- taining a Power of Sale dated Octo- ber 31, 1919, and recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Big Stone County, Minnesota, November 6, 1919, at nine o'clock a. m. in Book 55 of Mortgages on page 406,whereby H. H. !DeWall and Grace G. DeWall mort- gagors, mortgaged to Fred Hansen, mortgagee, the northwest quarter (NW) and north half (NN) of the southwest quarter (SW) of section 31, township one hundred twenty-one, (121), range fourty-four, (44), Big Stone county, Minnesota, which said mortgage was on February 14th, 1921, duly assigned by an instrument in writing recorded in said Register of Deeds office on February 23 1921, at 9:00 o'clock a. m., in B o o k forty-six (46) of Mortgages on page 452, to H. P. Carlson, by which de- fault the power of sale has become operative and no action or proceeding at law having been instituted to re- cover the debt secured thereby or any part thereof, and there is claimed to be due on this mortgage to the date hereof, the sum of Five Thousanft, Three Hundred Seventeen and 50-100 ($5,317.50) Dollars Now, Notice is hereby given that by virtue of said power, said mortgage will be foreclosed and said premise sold at public auction by the Sheriff of said county, or his deputy on Satur- day, January 7, 1922, at 10:00 o'clock a. m. at the front door of the court house in Ortonville, in said county, to pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. Dated November 21, 1921. H P. CARLSON, Assignee of Mortgagee, A. B. KAERCHER, Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First pub. Nov. 24 " 6w For Youngster, s. Youngsters enjoy working with col- ored beads and for them a gift of a box of assorted colored glass beads is quite appropriate. These beads are used for kindergarten work and are quite hlexpensive. Father Shoots at Bird, Hits Son. Walker, N. Y.--Edward Hyler was seriously wounded in the head when his father shot him when firing at a bird. One of the boy's eyes was put out. --Christmas Seals are on sale at Ty- ler's Variety Store and both Drug Stores. Buy them now lest you forget. Belva Kaercher TEACHER OF PIANO Ah'I} HARMONY Ortonville, Minn. --Win a prize. Read "Who's on page 2 of this issue. !11111111111[11 1]1u u n ,, " ver'au"n00, Take your car toWm. Cummens f r ' Overhauling or Repair Work. It 'm be in competent hands and the price will be right. WM. 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