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PAGE 10 THE ORTON|LLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, O *I" : -i Miss ?,IabW Strom returned Wed- R.E. Cummens returned the latter] t WANT ADS t I PERSONAL, SOCIAL I} nesdav from Mmneapclis, where she&apos;1, part of Xhe week from Minneapolis, I O-  .... -- *  t .............. AN171 N.W. ITI.IM[. II attenaing , . school, to pend tile. holiday where he had been attending to busi- i Fd.G]K0  etll] No. FOR SALlSFresh milk cow. Inqun'e  ..... .:.[ season wnh her parents. Miss Strom nest. natters. While there he was the l of E. L. Zehringer, Ortonville. "33-1 ,h' az, d Mr Welander of Clinton, s specmlizing *in mathemancs at gue Horace Freerks, who fonn-I " ........ " " .'. , " , . . , Augsburg Se.jnaLv. erly "fis city. LOSTIron Cross. Finder please re-I were Cu-stmas snoppers tie later ...... . .... e,. i Douglas Edgar, emplo;-ed by the \\; turn to H. C. Geier. 32-1 . c ,.:c ," . i. " .... "  . ".. "- . I '--  n  "-'-senick retu,ned borne   : acy-bnun'..aKer UO., .s sutermg 1rein ---Big Sale on all winter hats up to For  t your Dealer Made in five ,, ,,-,.. , ...... a:..-^,.r ..a .... 'h!cod pmsonm.z" m the hand. Mr. January I, !923, at Mrs. %hltmgs FOR SALEAlfalfa hay 5 ton well ,e,,.'s as L'm ;,*mnv-pu,, ,,,e ,, .  .... KFORTH Y.-.&OW pFANCIK V'ITI-ITHERED'ED cured, in barn here in Otonvide." " , . . ..... rxgars ,'and was cracked an! tl]e Mflherv :e r enm scnoo o speml te . ' " .. .  " " " "" EAGLE MIKADO '" t' " .  ..  ,pmsonmg et m. re left %%.ednsclav A. B. Kaercher and Co. Ino t,la'< wff. ms parents.  ..... , o  ' " ":i \\; an Gorde., editor of tae B,ot,-- i no, Chri.tma . " . i : " ar [] " - i Iof Ils no1 ] 1:] iraev, wnere nev, ui ........ hv ...... ad ............. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK NOTICE--I buy old horses that Vaiiev T,:'ibure droped in to the office!  ............... . , wth good pnnting. No matter what unfit for work. Benj Stegner Jr.,! today: for a shor visit while waiting! Thomas Frankson, former Leut. the nature of the job may be we arei Bearsdley, Minn., phone 13 F-t10. ! re'. the fl'er, on wifich he left for Sz.i Governor and his son-in-law, C. W. ready to do it at a price that will be! i 1 " I Merchant, of t Pa ], were here o- ..:.+^_ FOR SALE--Several Duroc boars.] Pau :< " ..... -  ........... I ........... ex 'hcting prospects for Florida laua " Priced very reasonable. R.T. Steg- i :rs. ber:a uavs entertamea  - ......  ..  ..... I ner. *32-2 ' " " ' ...... n  : owne(1 ov t;rle IornleT. 1..i". t, i-JK-3ult ..... elat tr!ellLLq at. a lJn'l;llctay p:rty oil! l-* - *-: u .... *.r-_A. l.r. ,,ro,   r .... aur,,2v evennlg, bares wele pin', et, .  - " I w FOR SALE--A few White Orpington! . . .-. , . . enan remaining here. @ ned deAClOUS re:esnments were serv- cckrels at '1"50 each" Arthur Olsn' ] ed at a lae hur '; Mr" and Mrs" C' J" McI'ed left t- "fl *"  -d TheSpirit Clinton, Minn. .0-4 Mi's Helen Hubbart will leav Fri-day for Aterdeen, where they wilt I '111'11 " " -T--TT---...-77-'V -'..":-7-- idav afternom: for Minneapolis where spend Christmas with their dauiters, t  xuJ AbE---riog waterers, tsncleni a,, ,,iq, . .. ,, . . ,. ., ..... , oend Chritma wid her Thev,  .  . . will teave , immediateh" after-, " of Service V,te*eL, Iank Heat,s, etc. Or- uo'l': ,Mrs M K. Hubart, at the wards for Lake \\;ortn, Florida, waere tonvflle Implement (2o. '-- Fred McClellan home. i they will spend the remmmng mo,tth Vr-2------q  ;-- ;--- - I M - I v Sanborn entertained ev of winter at their winter home. I ,u, .t,Enog aterers, Cn'cxea, i '"" ' :?" ' .... - Waterers, Tank Heatexs, etc Of ]erm friends Wednesday evening of last A notice appeared in one of the Ab- t tonville Implement Co. "31-2 week. The eyening was spent in dress  erdeen papers, this week announcingl ........ t ing Christ:has dolls. A delicious lunch  the death of the mall .on of Mr and i FOR RENT--A five room cot<,e, lwa.: served at a late hour.  Mrs. Maurme mith. Death was; the old year passes into history and men Telephone 250-W. *3&- I T. Yd. Wi!son, living northwest of caused from Scarlet Fever. Mr. and l  take stock of their achmvements and of =,--h-;----- lC'!i::ton on the Sanborn farm, is Mrs. Smith are well known here as i rur r,--lwo u-oc boar plg '] " g n . . . ........... "" amon t.'.e new subscriber, to The I -. Mr. Smith wa. tormerh- employed at I their weaknesses, there is stressed that cneap. _ .sm oelore, tne.._urs.qc ::e (tepen(.et  .... :t wee. ........ v,r. wl-no wa. tile Korner Kafe. " I spirit of service which is the soul of business. :ea, oonn alioglen, uronl e " " " ' - iu town today attending to lmsinessl Mrs. J. Spoil'row left Monday fol" i It is the Christmas spirit materialized, the spirit -2 matters. ! WANTEi)]' Miss Laura Michell returned Wed-i Farxo, N. Dak., where she wifl vinitl of" Kindness, Justice, Equity and Fair Dealing,  ; .......  ^ '-.,,  nedav from Minneapolis, where she is l her 'taughter and family.. From Far-{ the spirit which gives body to the Golden Rule. 3oos, wmer n. raun, uronvme, " .-.  . . . . go she will go to Pine'River, to visit Minn..o ......... aSSent,rag the Minnesota Unlvermtv. ....... eua.__ -,x-6. She will spend the Christmas holida.'s' another daughter, Mrs. John Martin. l  The spirit of service is ever present in the utn he, parents, Mr and Mrs John Mrs. Sparrow will go from there to LOSTLadies wrist watch on street "" " r - " Minneapolis, where she will spend the of Ortonville. Liberal reward will MicheI1. l permeating every phase of its activities. be offered. Finder please notifyt Robert Hasslen and Edwin Carlson remaining months of the winter with The Independent. 32-1. retm'ned Friday from St. Peter, where t her on, Dr. C. C. Sparrow. The spirit of service is a principle which radiates naturally from the management and , they are attending Gustavus AdolphusT Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hess of Plover,!  HIDES = FURb through every fibre and unit of the organization. FOR SALE--Nearly new sheep-tined College. They will spend their hell-! Iowa are guests at the H. W. Sarvis overcoat, $17.50. Inquire of M. day vacation atthe homes of their home during the Holidays, having' w,'V,Rsv ! Suchaspiritis'essentialinabigbusinessifthework parents. - i motored here from Plover, Iowa, where |   sei,t ,,- ! Schoen, Or tony, lie, Minn. *31-tf. Mrs. E. I. S enescall left T hu='sday i'they ale now residing. Mr. Hess is "/' r  ,/ it is designed to do be c amprehensive in its scope. HEMSTITCHINC_r--Wi|I do hemstitch- i meriting for Minneapolis, where ahe traveling salesman for Foot-Schultz ]t provides proper compensation for men and v,f  t Shoe Co, m the state of Ionia The ing at 10c per yard. Mrs. A. L. :'d pend he holidays. She will be . . , ] W,i**i--lhut,p,aml,e,m women who have grown old in the service. joined by her sons, Cl-de of Chi-I state that their son Dale has a posi- Waddams. tf. . -., t .. . ,  4ty@,.._ It provides pleasant working conditions for __ cao and Dr. Cleve, of %eblen, and tmn xth Mao Brothers Orchestra FOR SALEOne registered Hereford his family, t and Band at Rochester.  employes. bull calf 8 months old. Will trade It embraces a plan whereby employes may be- for a good milk cow. Write Oscar  ' Schnaser, Big Stone City, S.D. 30-2 come partners in the business, insuring a corn- , , fortablc fe eling of independence, thereby 'OR SALEI922 Ford Coupe, self- I supplanting worry with peace of m}nd. starter, demountable rims, extra tire. ] It provides a channel through which the worke ...... t, t,g t J In A No. 1 con&tmn. hghtly run. l A snap if taken at once. Inquire Christmas "ree':n-s -" in the humblest Psitin may bring his grievanee' Kaercher's Office. ,._, . if he has one, to the attention of the manage- -   i   " ment and be sure of consideration." FOR SALEI have several tons of hardwood. Will detive wood to These four manifestations of the Standard Oil ,o00r door 00Oea hundred pounds. G d F i d for spirit of service reflect themselves directly in H. E. Mnudwiler, Ortonville, phm:e OO r en s developing contented employes, who work with Guaranteed an enthusiasm impossible to those who labor 6-F-110. under the lash. FOR SALE--Few bushels Grimm A1- May good cheer be your _ Sheet Metal The material benefits of this daily application of falfa seed. Test 97.50. H.E. Mund- --*; Work e Christmas s.irit are mirrored to a superlative wiler, R. 3, phone 6-F-110, Often- per on ' degr-ce in the superior service which the Standard ville. "31-3 ., Oil Company (Indiana) through its harmonious, FOR SALE--Having procured a First class materials happy, contented family of 27,000 cmployec is steady job again on the railroad l able to render to SO million people in i0 Middle mUtpair business.discntinUeMymYtoolsradiatrand equip-re- The Pioneer Store na the best grade of weste states menL are for sale. Workshop space workmanship enables It is this spirit of service animating the entire at Pufahi's Garage can be zakeh organization which has enabled the Directors to Co operative Company over by purchaser. Glen Finch, Or- US to fully guarantee render so praiseworthy" an accounting of their tonville, Minn. *32-4 m stewardship to the 6,768 stockholders, not - the Sheet Metal work one of whom own, as much as lO per cent FOR SALF--China closet new, library ' of the total. table, writing desk, 100 piece set of we do. china, 2 good beds, large rug, Edi- son Phonograph with Hopes to assist in your UGUST St C cabinet, range; round exten.,ion .k andard Oil ompany table, 2 rockers and 8 kitchen chairs. takenWill a reasonableinquire of Mrs.pricejohnif happiness and cordially LINDERT (Ind/ana) Buck, Ortonville Box 594. extends best wishes Phone 24o4 910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago FOR SALEAI1 of block 2, except lot 10, south of Gee. Clark's place. Corn- : 3037 prising I:_ lots, Teffney and Maxtett's , --r . addition Big Stone City, frontage on lake shore drive (lake street) excel- lent building place, beautiful view, close in. Can be bought for about A Happy New Year ' one-third of its assessed valuation. Price $400, $200 down or discount for all cash if taken this month. Ad-  - x%<'. dress James C. Tenney, Browns Val- n OLN FOR SALEBoarding house, in good condition. Good basement and is, THE HOLIDAYS 1 tern. Outbuilding, garage and barn. Will hokl four head of cattle, in 1922-1923 ""  . good repair." Fruit trees on the ti property, which consists of the ,, d th e el above listed 2 lots. Terms: small payment down and balance month- ly. Phone 311-W G ntRido L ' CARD OF THANKS " We wish to thank the friends and neighbors, for their kindness anti Mrs ra eut, D S, beautiful floral offerings in our be- " reavement. 1711 West Minnehaha Street, St. Paul, Mirm Mrs. C. H. Rubischum. Florence Rubischum, Hattie Rubischum, Graduate of McGill University; member of Frances Rubisehum. Minnesota Historical Society. Bureau Chiefs To GENEALOGIST National Meeting J. F. Reed, president, and F.L. Family genealogies compiled. D. A. R. Line- French, secretary, respectively, of tile . age established 1,Iinnesota Farm Bureau Federation, re in Chicago this week as ofi'cim - The Phaeton d,eegates from Minnesota to the an- ' ' / Mlilnical prf'i $/lll-- t  r, ual co,vention of th America: ................ On in Lincoln con- Farm Bureau, Federation. Several struction assures a higher degreeofsafety, 3tlUU Bank Book o::00or Good News in Every having remained over fr the conven- a greater realization of co tion aftra" atending the International carl be obtained from other motor cars Livestock Show last week. Small though the Bank-Book is, if you practice Thrift, regardless of pt4ce or claims. F.O.B. D TRO IT Mr, Reed returned from Washing- it will always hold more good news for you than even the "j['t Body Typ e t on last week where, a a m m'e of daily ne Without quann uon,-'%a - the Lincoln is the a delegation of farm leaders from the It will always bring a smile and strengthen your hopes wheat growing states, he urged the of  prospero future, tlncst automobile that superior manufac* necessity of liberal federal appropri- ation in order td continue the present If you want an incentive, just take W:lat few dollars  skill can develop. you can spare this week, bring them to ts and start a effective campaignagainstblaekstem Savings Aecot. H L McDOWELL Dealer ORTONVILLE STATE BANK is certified or can be.  9 _ First Little Girl: "My mother's a .leha Csrllma Prdemt. GRACEVIILE, MINN. vegetm.ian." ,- C.J. Stalk, Cashier. H.A. Stueke, Ass Caler. Second IAttle Girl: "We Can% offord meat either." , ,. ,