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December 21, 1922     The Ortonville Independent
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PAGE 8 THE ORTONWILLE LNDEPENDENT THURSDAY, DFX'EM BEit O  .I George Propp kas purchased a fine / CLITON NEWS I new mail car. It is a Ford Chassis inclosed and heated and a very fine Zella Mills of Ortonville, visited equipment. He started on his route friends in Clinton the first of the in the new car the first of the week. week. The big picture "Over the Hills", Miss Edna Stotesbury of St. Cloud  which was to have been shown here :ame up last week and is employed at e Reinhart restaurant. Arthur Cooper sold kis farm this eek to H. A. Hewitt & Son, the real estate dealers of Clinton. The Masonic lodge and Eastern ltar Chapter held joint instailation ceremonies ot Wednesday night. Remember the play for the benefit spect.ing 225 children in the Ortonx:ille! Public Schools. [ A meeting of the County Nursing i Committee was "heht at the library at i Olonville, Friday, December 8th. i Plans for the work of the newly el-I ected committee were discussed, i some time ago, will be at the Opera After Christmas vacation the schools! House on Saturday evening, Jan. 6.1 at Beardsley will start serving miik t This is an especially good picture. Be I to all chihtren who are 7 per cent' sure to see it. [or more unedrweight. This is a de- A very attractive Christmas tree I tided step forward. Because milk is a graces the window of the Clinton[ liquid' many people cant seem to rea- State Bank. Their beautiful Norfolk t lize that it is reall as perfect a food as we have. The fact that it con- Island Pine plant has been decorated tains more lime than any other eom- and lighted and is very pretty in its son food makes it indispensible for of the School Athle.ic Association on holiday rimming. Thursday and" Friday of this week. i Budd Towberman came down from llllt /'Q T I Fargo last Saturday and pent a .e.l days as a guest of Edward Carlson .......... " ........ S I +t.LISS a. a. logosllasga, County Miss itlaiaa "vVlleeler, WhO teaene, i ldamlth '"so h ..... +,i, nm h+.di, at Moose Lake, is expected home on !,.';l" *"1,o",+2:7',,',:2-o' "' + h'':+,+''+] ' Friday night, to spend Christmas va-! .......... e ............ , ........... - ation. I The grades of the Clinton schools  will give a Christmas program in the Assembly room on Friday aftemmon I Dec. 22. The youngest son of Claus John- son was taken to the Graceville hos- pital to be operated on for appendi- dtis Sumlay. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Benson were called to Brainerd the first of the week by the serious illness of Mr. Bet, son's father. The Clinton boys and girls bket ball teams were both defeated at Or- tonville last Friduy uight and at Cho- kio on Saturday uight. There will be a family reunion at th G. M. Johnson home on Cirist- m, a all the children are expected home to spend the Yule-tide. A baby boy wa horn to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, 'a:ho lately oc- cupied the J. D. Ross farm, east of Clinton, but who now live in Mir, nea- polls. Mr. and Mrs. Art Sweezy and their road g-raveling ct, w, who have been working at Correll, broke camp last Thur:-day and returned to Clinton for the winter. blr. and Mrs. O. T. Harrison will entertain as guests over ('qri.tma, Mr., ]tarrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sime. From Pryor Lake, Minn., who will :.'rive on Friday night. Mrs. Chas. Propp returned last Fri- day from Reinbeck, Iowa, where she has been on an extended visit to her mother, who has been seriously ill, but who is better at wesent The Sterling boy who was so se- verely injmd by falling from the barn on a hay fork, about thi-ee weeks; ago, was brought home from the Graeevi]le hospital on Saturday, well on" the road to recovery. Mrs. A. B. Larson and (laughter Myrtle, of Watertown, S. Dak. are guests at the L. A. Larson home for i the holidays. Arthur Larson of Wa- tertown, S. D., Edwin Larson, from Pittsburg, Penn., and Mr. antt Mrs. A. F. Eastman of Beardsley are expected the last of the week. children--( bones must have lime for their growth)---and necessary for old-j er people too. . i --Let Palm help you decide on tim Gift to select. You'll find the largest variety of articles to choose from iv+ his store. Chrigtmas Greetings . THE SPIRIT OF THE SEASON PROMPTS US TO EXPRESS TO YOU OUR APPRECIATIONS OF THE PI,EASANT BUSINESS RELATIONS WHICH HAVE EXISTED DURING THE PAST YEAR. YOUR FUTURE PATRONAGE WILL BE WELCOM- ED AND OUR DESIRE IS TO SERVE YOU TO OUR MUTUAL BENEFIT AND HAPPINESS. i ii The First National Bank_ of Ortonville DII00E,00TORY 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 w.aking selections from the Don't bur from distant herds of any of the breeders listed, when you can do better at halt(. Lismore Stock Farms (Incorporated) JOHN McCALLUM & SONS, Proprietors CLINTON, MINNESOTA PURE BRED SHORTHORNS High Grade Horses and Regis- tered Red Hogs 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 sewiceable bulls, at $100 each. Will take bankable note for 1 year x-ithout interest. 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 mired by the World's Cham- pion of 1918, also herd boars, the winners of state prizes. Breeding stock for sale at all times. Path- finder and Sensation blood lines. 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 Aznbition, 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 alway 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 Scottlee Farms and also from the Big Buster Sows. Farm is located on the King of Trails mid- way between Odessa and Bellingham. Vis- itors welcome at all times. Phone 1908, Bellinghamm. 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. WITH THE DAWN OF THE NEW YEAR OUR WISH GOES OUT TO YOU AND YOURS FOR SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS. MAY THE CONFIDENCE AND BUSINESS WE HAVE SHAR- ED IN THE PAST CONTINUE UNINTERRUPTED DURING THE COMING YEAR. PIKI[00'S Hardware Ortonviile, Minn. 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 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 Serviceable Bulls and a fe good Females for sale. Will also sell mY Herd Sire. i MAY OUR APPRECIATION OF YOUR GOOD WILL DURING THE PAST YEAR BE EXPRESSED IN THIS WISH FOR YOU. A CHRISTMAS OF JOY AND ALL GOODLY THINGS AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR OF EVER INCREASING HAP- PINESS. 000t0nville I(e (ream & Butter (0. + | i "" :" :" : ......... :" :"  :k;a "" :" " i i i FREY BROS. Beardsley, Minnesota "Pioneers in the business" Where you find the , BIG TYPE POLAND CHINA HOGS When you want ace-high breeding stock see us. We can furnish you with the best this section affords. i i Granite View Farm John O. SandgTen, Prop. Orhmville, Minnesota Located 2 miles east on Yellow- stone Trail. Breeder of Pure Bred Shorthorn Cattle and Big Type Poland China Hogs JORDAN BROS. Beardsley, Minnesota Breeders of BIG TYPE POLAND CHLNA HOGS , See us for real hogs. We have one of the best herds of pure breds in this section of the north- west. OAKVIEW FARl00 MRS. C. H. RUBISCHUM, Prop. Ortonville, Minnesota 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.