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IPAG]E 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, O: Fay Gist is in charge of the Peggy l l-.,w: ......... PERSONAL, SOCIAL [ Gay Shop during the absence of thel ,:* * :i % Zr* [ AND NEWS ITEMS I Hawkinson sisters who are enjoyingl @ .: low day s vacation at the hc.::e o[ I John Geenty was down from Grace- _h(ur parems at Wel ster, S. ). Corel$ j :ville Tuesday on business. : ;haries Lang, w_o has been vis[tipgl Mrs. C. A. beard is visiting her )i .mathcr imre ()vet tile hv!i.lays c:.: bays tim Hibbing, (Minn)., Tribune: &apos;mother at Appleton this week. ;cots to !cave ior Akron, Ohio. thi. "'g,mizednotlor.cdish objects, but l Leonard Koliitz of Odessa visited ,,eek to resume ni:; dulics in '-qe cq Fo: God and Cohwy,' the American ;friends here Tuesday evening. ,'ir, eering departmcp% of that city. Legion is steadily becoming the great- Glenn tludson arrived from Brit- t ). E. Van Horn wa summon:d to est single factor in America today--a ,tLon, S. D., on Friday for the holidays, iil pey, iowa last Friday on accoun factor of increasing power in the de- Miss Clara Everson had her tonsil, , he death of his father, Stepher. retraining of every American problem. emoved at Evangelical hospital on ..an Iiorn, who::e death occu=:'cd o.: The mobilization of the American Le- Monday. lw.t day. His /uther was 75 yettr.J old glen to settle the issues of peace is Mrs. Mellon of Milbank underwent Gi(:u Ilu(bqm i-; v" '" just as urgent today as was the mo- an operation at the local hospital ,/ b3s pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B bilization of the men in -khaki in 1917 Tuesday. I.udson during the holidays. Fie wili to decide the issues of war." Magnus Nelson was a passenger to: return the first of the year to Brit. Montaam Monday night where he went ;on, S. D., where he is employed as From the cornfields of Iowa in the n business, bookkeeper in a garage, south to the frozen wilds of Canada L A. Kaercher was a guest at the Frank Iuk'man and daup:hters, 5Ir': in the north, from Big Stone Lake in tL C. Odney home in Benson Sunday Iolfat and Miss Mera Huffman have the west to the Dales of the St. Cvoix -nd Monday. eased the Borglin house. They moved in the east, the American Legion of W. J. Batterton of Sisseton, S. D., nto the same Christmas Day follow- Ziinnesota is unitedly striding for- -was operated on at Evangelical hos- mg the Coderre fire as they had ward, growing bigger and stronger pital Monday. coms over the barber shop. day by (lay. With every congression- Tom Kirk says hay is selling at $19 Miss Ruth Anderson, who is teach- al district banding its Legion posts -a ton at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he n:; at Kindred, N. D., this year spm;t together in united groups, with the owns a farm. Christmas with bet brothers, Jack and number of posts and auxiliary units Dr. White returned from Red Wing t:oger here aud will visit at Hart- increasing from week to week, with 'Wednesday morning where he spet "ord, S. D., during the remainder of scores of new mmbers enrolling ev- . the week-end, her vacation, where she taught last cry day, Legionaires of Minnesota en- P. B. Vikre and son Harold spent year. ter the New Year with confidence, and ,- Wednesday at the home of Mr. Vikre's Mr. Sgner, who is attending the look with pride and happy recollection ;father at Milan. Minnesota University, specializing in on the achievements of the past--thir- Miss Katherine Freutel, nurse at agricultural studies, spent part of the ty thousand buddies marching onward the hospital, spent Sunday wih her year 1921 in newsaper work in the in the service of their country and parents at Correll. emIAoy of the Brainerd Tribune, and their comrades. "Bill" Randall went to Waubay, while here dropped into the Indepen- ;. D., Saturday night to spend the dent office to talk "shop." Legionaires of Minnesota's ten con- holidays with relatives. Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Rifenbark re- gressional districts hold monthly meet- Ben Tibbets and family of Yellow- turned home Saturday night, the for- ings at convenient points in their re- 'tmmk township were guests at the Will mer from Kansas City, Me., where he spective districts, where they tackle eFarland home Sunday. took a three month's post-graduate the many Legion problems, while of The V. B. Peterson and J. P. John- course in osteopathy and the latter vital concern to them, have little di- .on families had Christmas dinner at from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, rect interest for other portions of the he John Ljungdahl home. where she was visiting relatives dur- state. Commander Moran of the 3rd George Nelson and family of Cor- ing that length of time. District has found it wise to divide his tell were guests at the W. W. MeLane  district into three sub-districts, each of :lme from Sunday until Tuesday.  LEGAL NOTICES ? which holds monthly meetings. Per- George Lindquist had a finger am,- ' haps no district Legion organization outed at the hospital Christmas eve, SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. is more on the job than the Fourth, having injured it in a gasoline engine. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of whose executive committee members Wesley Stegner, son of B. F. Steg- Big Stone--ss. District Court. thresh out district problems every day her of this city, has been visiting his Bessie E. Christenson, Plaintiff. by taking their noonday lunch togeth- aarents over the Christmas season, against er. Mrs. E. Cochran went to Browns Daniel H. McGee and Emma V. Mc- ./alley Wednesday morning to visit Gee, Defendants. Dr. William Pierce of Rochester is .her mother, Mrs. Shandorf for a few Notice is hereby given, that by vir- 1st District Legion Commander. Gee. lays. tue of an execution to me directed P. Gurley of Pipestone heads the Sec- Mrs. Bertha Davis returned from and dlivered, and now in my hands, end, Rev. David Moran of Farming- Iinneapolis on Saturday to spend }he issued out of the District Court. six- ton leads the Third, Albin S. Pearson hoiidays at the J. Arthur Matthew's teenth Judicial District, state of Min- of St. Paul commands the Fourth, Z. lmme. nesota, in and for the county of Big L. Begin of Minneapolis guides the Manley Alsacker, pharmacist at Stone, upon a judgment rendered in Fifth, Milton Mahlum of Brainerd tops .h Gunderson drug store spent said Court in favor of Bessie E. Chris- the Sixth, Dr. W. W. Larson of Stai'- <Christmas Day with his mother at tenson and against Daniel H. McGee buck leads the Seventh, W. T. Nolan of iRenville, and Emma V. McGee, I have levied Gilbert heads the Eighth, Dr. A. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Farmer and upon the following described real es- Gotenborg of Detroit leads the ninth, &aby came down from Graceviile to rate of said defendant, to-wit: The and M. B. Hurley of Pine City was re- :pend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. South Half (S) of Section Four- costly elected Commander of the anErem. teen (14), Township One Hundred tenth. llr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm returned Twenty-three( 123), Range Forty- :rom St. Paul Tuesday where they seven (47), Big Stone County, Minne- States which now pay a cash bonus ere guests at the Bletcher home over sota. to their residents who served honor- ,.G-'hristnms. And that I shall, on Saturday, the ably in the great war inc!ude: Minne- Joe C. Swezey of Clinton spent a llth day of February A. D. 1922, at sota, Maine, Michigan, Massachusetts, few days in Ortonville this week and the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. of Missouri, New Jersey, New Hamp- dded his name to the Independent said day at the front door of the shire, New York, North Dkota, Ohio abscription list. Court House in the city of Ortonville, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota: Mist lmira Olson, daughter of Mr. in said county and state, proceed to Vermont, Wisconsin, and Washington. md Mrs. E. Olson returned home Sat- sell all the right, title and interes of according to John Thomas Taylor, in tay from Sauk Center where she isl the above named Daniel H. McGee charge of the Le%ion's National Leg- ttending school, and Emma V. McGee in and to the isaive Committee at Washington, D. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Knight and little I above described property, to satisfy C. ,daughter, Mary of Sisseton, S. D., said Judgment and costs, amounting to Nine Thousand, Five Hundred Legion posts at Benson, Northfleld, .:entmother,ChristmaSMrs. J. Karn.With Mrs. Knight's Forty-four Dollars and Forty-six Anoka, Barnesville, Elk River, Wells, Mr. and Mrs. George Kahler and Mr. 1 cents, together with all acerning costs Glenwood, Mankato, Fairmont, Monte- :and Mrs. Roy Kahlcr and children en- of sale, and interest on the sm,e from video, Hancock, Madison Two Har- the 18th day of October, 1921, at the rate of six per cent per annum, at Public Auction, to the highest bidder for cash. Dated at Ortonville, Minnesota, De- [ cember 22, 1921. JOHN GOWAN, Sheriff of Big Stone County, Minnesota. joyed a family dinner Christmas day at the ormer's home. Carl Bremer of the Aberdeen Na- tional bank of Aberdeen, S. D., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mac- Dowell Christmas Day. Mrs. F. L. Cliff is getting along micely at Evangelical hospital, having 1 been taken there to recover from a fracture recently sustained. Chester McLane and Hubbal came kwn from Aberdeen, S. D., Saturday snorting and remained over Christmas at the home of the former. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moe of Fargo, N. D., were down to spend Christmas at the home of Mrs. Moe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gowan. Dr. Neill Cliff of Milbank, S. D., s able to sit up for a short time at the hospital here this week, after an illness of several weeks' duration. Mrs. Philip Roder is in Minneapolis having her eyes treated. Mr. mad Mrs. Hadrath are living at the Roder home during the absence of Mrs. Roder. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney. First 5ab. Dec. 22. bors and Excelsior have written Min- nesota Legion heatquarters saying they are anxious to arrange basket- ball gnomes with teams of other Min- nesota Legion posts. They swear they can lick all comers. And Barnesville Legion Auiliary has a Legion Auil- iary basketball team that has never been whipped. 6w Mrs. Alvina Farmer was here from 31, township one hundred twenty-one, Milbank, S. D., Saturday evening. She (121), range fourty-four, (44), Big is travelling for a fraternal insurance Stone county, Minnesota, which said company thru the state of South Da- mortgage was on February 14th, 1921, koa. duly assigned by an instrument in E. W. Nobbs, editor of the' Belling- writing recorded in said Register of 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 It. H. DeWall and Grace G DeWall mort- gagor, mortgaged to Fred Hansen, mortgagee, the northwest quarter (NW) and north half (N) of the southwest quarter (SW) of 9ection Deeds office on February 23 1921, at 9:00 o'clock a. m., in Book 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 The time limit up to which yearly renewal term war risk insurance may be reinstated by paying two monthly premiums has been extended to July 4, 1926,according to a recent govern- ment. decision. The U. S. Veterans Bureau, Keith-Plaza Building, Minne- apolis, has asked Minnesota Legion Headquarters to notify all Minnesota Legonaires. Blanks and instructions for reinstating insurance may be ob- tained from the above address. The Victory Button, the little bronze or silver button issued to honorably discharged service men, if ost by the ham Times was in the city Friday. He took the flyer that afternoon for Minneapolis to attend to business mat- ters. F. D. Meredith of the First Nation- 81 Bank of Aberdeen, S. D., was here Wednesday interviewing Max Henne- :berg, the tenant on his farm east of rn to Ortonville from Minneapo- l/ within the near future, as Mr. aith expects to be back on the Far- - Hne a freight conductor. Odessa. hart thereof, and there is claimed to Frank and Harry Thompson of Prior be due on this mortgage to the date were in Ortonville on business Tues- hereof, the sum of Five Thousand, day and while in town made a trip of, Three Hundred Seventeen and 50-100 inspectien thru the plant of the Inde-[ ($5.317.50) Dollars. pendent, l Now, Notice is hereby given that by Dewey Lundgren, fireman at Monte- Ivirtue of said power, said mortgage video, and Lewis Lundgren of this I will be foreclosed and said premises city spent Christmas at the George ] sold at public auction by tle Sheriff of Knoll home in Akron, Mrs. Knoll be- I said county, or his deputy en Satur- ing their sister.  . day, January 7, 1922, at 10"00 o'clock Albert Street and family spent a. m. at the front door of the court hristmas at Marietta at the home of house in Ortonville, in said county, to Mrs. Street's parents. Mr. Street is pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees ployed hy Alvah I. Matthews in his and disbarsements allowed by law. implement business. Dated Novemhe 21, 1921. Hr. and Mrs. Paul Smith expect to H.P. CARLSON, Assignee of Mortgagee, A. B. KAERcHER, Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First pub. Nov. 24 6w owner ,may be duplicated by sending certified copy of discharge to Baily, Banks & Biddle, Philadelphia, togeth- er with 35e for bronze or 65c for sin ver button This firm has been au- thorized by the war department to sell these buttons to eligible persons, ac- cording to Legion National headquar- ters. St. Paul Post No. 8 is only one of dozens of Minnesota Legion posts which are busy organizing bugle drum corps to take to the next state convention at Virginia, Minn., and the Legion National Convenion at New Orleans in 1922. Many Other posts, in- cluding Anoka and Fertile, are get- ting ready to place their towns on the "Legion Noise Map" at these conven- tions. 50 for a C.hritmas Tree. An electrical firm in London has been busy for some months on a re- markable Christmas tree, which had to be sent overseas in time for Christ. mas day. An immense "fir" tree, all In metal, is festooned with bunches of "fruit," Even the grapes have a flay bulb inside them. By turning on a Iwitch the tree becomes a blaze of light. he cost of this novel tree I 50, but it will last for mimy ears. Lt Bits. Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 10:30 o'clock next Sunday morning, January 1 Eids Lutheran Church. (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonvilte) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day morning, January 1. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Chhrch. Regular sezwices every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Norwegian Lutherm Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. [here will be no service in the Or- tonville church next Sunday. Services will be held in Milbank at 11:00 a. m Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sunday school after each service.Eng- lish language. Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject "God." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shuinaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Evangelical Association, (Big Stone City) G. E. Zech, Pastor Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to attend these services. Congregational Church. Paul J. Boekoven, Pastor. New Year's Day--Morning preach- mg service, 10:45 a.m. Sermon from the subject: "Greater Possibilities." Sunday school, 11:45 a.m. Evening preaching service, 7:45 p. m. Sermon: "On Bearing One's Cross." Special music. All are most cordially invited to these services. The Church of Good Fellowshil United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 19:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p m Preaching services at 8:00 pm. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson.--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. @ @ @ United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) Odessa--Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a. m. K. L. C. E.I at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's] meeting open to all: Midweek prayer[ meeting, Wedne,da. evening at 7:3(1 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society. last Thursday ef the month at 2:30 p. m. Class in Catechism, every Satur- day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrelI--Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:39 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after. noon at 2:30 o'clock. Methodist Episcopal Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor Rev. E. W. Day will preach next Sunday morning in the Methodist church. Sunday school at 12:00 m. Ep- worth League at 7:00. At 7:30 Sun- day evening the topic will be "A Re- vival Up-To Date," by Evangelist E. W. Day. Mr Day, who comes for two week's special services has been in the ministry eleven years. He has had much experience in conducting Union Tabernacle meetings; has had consid- erable experience as lecturer and sing- ev upon Chautauqua and Lyceum. plat- form. He was Baritone soloist for Bos- ton Apollo Club for two years. He is a graduate of Denver University, and Iowa Wesleyan College, and has taken post graduate work in Boston Univer- sity. While in college he was crack athlete. While playing with Denver University he was full-back on the "All Rocky. Mountain" Football Team. He coached athletics in three high schools, and Iowa Wesleyan College. He comes with great messages in ser- mon and song. You cannot afford to miss these soul uplifting services that will begin Sunday evening and will be held each evening for two weeks, com- mencing at 7:30 each evening. Spirit- ed singing by big chorus choir. THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. _-1_ Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at-- $1.5| te $2.$$---Without Bath $2.0 to $1i.O0---Wtth Rath | [ With Moderate Priced --Cafe--- In maion m THIS IS ENOUGH. This is enough to pray: that you May walk the common road, With other men with work to do, And share the common load. The fool will ask for idle ease, A life of ecn.pty play; But work, and work's comraderies, This is enough to pray. This is enough to ask: reward According to our toil, The bounty of the harvest board Because we plant the soil. For ev'ry man there is a part; For ev'ry man a task; To keep you busy, glad at heart, This is enough to ask. This is enough to owm: the friends That fellowship will bring, The faithful friendship that attends A man in ev'rything. Pray not for ease, ask not for gold, Look not to these alone; Good friends around you when you're old, That is enough to own. "Who was it saw the handwriting on the wall, Bobby?" "The landlord." LOCAL MARKET Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern No. 1 wheat .......... 1.12 Flax .......................................... 1.70 Rye ............................................. 62 Oats ............................................. 22 Corn ........................................... 28 Barley ....................................... 28 Tracy-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1, live ................. 30 Geese .14 ............... ........................... Ducks .18 Springs ....................................... 15 Old Roosters ............................. 09 Hens ........................................... 16 Turkeys, dressed ..................... 40 Eggs ........................................... 40 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ................................... 34 If You 8htp US HIDES - |F IOEg HOUSE IN lU6BES tHICES Write for price Ibt? IURII'' 'HEN it comes ing the goods on we're there, that's all. big jobs or small ber sawed to the length and every practical purpose tically priced. Geier Lumber Ortonville Treat Catarrh new Head colds, too, yield to the double actio of Vicks VapoRub Apply Vicks up the nostrils. Snuff it well back. Also melt some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup and inhale the vapors. At night repeat and rub on neck. Vapors will be inhaled all night. Sufferers from chronic catarrh will get welcome relief and better sleep thru this Ixeatment, and persistency will be well re- warded. Head colds are completely warded ott treated at the onset. Vicks combines in the old, time-tested Camphor, Menthol, Thyme and Oil of It is the most meat today for all cold as well as cuts, bruises ing skin troubles. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors A 0 17 M'/on Jars 0000.IlIIlIlIIIIIlllillilIHMilMIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIilIIIlIlIIIJlllll = U $ IOth STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE MINNEAPOLIS T. Northw.st'a Lorest and M, All Room..r. Outsld. and Each Room hu Prlvat. Bstls TARIFF: 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 32,$ Rooms (Private Baths} Single at $2.5{N-Double $3.50 200 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $3 00--Double $4.00 '- Others from $4.00 to $15.00 00illlllllllllilllllllllllllllllillliilllllllllll[llllilillllllllllllllll The Pie Special Plate Dinner Tasty Lunches Home Cooking Home Baking Special attention to sho00 and dance people Yours for Quality and Service C. A. BEARD, | IPAG]E 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, O: Fay Gist is in charge of the Peggy l l-.,w: ......... PERSONAL, SOCIAL [ Gay Shop during the absence of thel ,:* * :i % Zr* [ AND NEWS ITEMS I Hawkinson sisters who are enjoyingl @ .: low day s vacation at the hc.::e o[ I John Geenty was down from Grace- _h(ur parems at Wel ster, S. ). Corel$ j :ville Tuesday on business. : ;haries Lang, w_o has been vis[tipgl Mrs. C. A. beard is visiting her )i .mathcr imre ()vet tile hv!i.lays c:.: bays tim Hibbing, (Minn)., Tribune: 'mother at Appleton this week. ;cots to !cave ior Akron, Ohio. thi. "'g,mizednotlor.cdish objects, but l Leonard Koliitz of Odessa visited ,,eek to resume ni:; dulics in '-qe cq Fo: God and Cohwy,' the American ;friends here Tuesday evening. ,'ir, eering departmcp% of that city. Legion is steadily becoming the great- Glenn tludson arrived from Brit- t ). E. Van Horn wa summon:d to est single factor in America today--a ,tLon, S. D., on Friday for the holidays, iil pey, iowa last Friday on accoun factor of increasing power in the de- Miss Clara Everson had her tonsil, , he death of his father, Stepher. retraining of every American problem. emoved at Evangelical hospital on ..an Iiorn, who::e death occu=:'cd o.: The mobilization of the American Le- Monday. lw.t day. His /uther was 75 yettr.J old glen to settle the issues of peace is Mrs. Mellon of Milbank underwent Gi(:u Ilu(bqm i-; v" '" just as urgent today as was the mo- an operation at the local hospital ,/ b3s pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B bilization of the men in -khaki in 1917 Tuesday. I.udson during the holidays. Fie wili to decide the issues of war." Magnus Nelson was a passenger to: return the first of the year to Brit. Montaam Monday night where he went ;on, S. D., where he is employed as From the cornfields of Iowa in the n business, bookkeeper in a garage, south to the frozen wilds of Canada L A. Kaercher was a guest at the Frank Iuk'man and daup:hters, 5Ir': in the north, from Big Stone Lake in tL C. Odney home in Benson Sunday Iolfat and Miss Mera Huffman have the west to the Dales of the St. Cvoix -nd Monday. eased the Borglin house. They moved in the east, the American Legion of W. J. Batterton of Sisseton, S. D., nto the same Christmas Day follow- Ziinnesota is unitedly striding for- -was operated on at Evangelical hos- mg the Coderre fire as they had ward, growing bigger and stronger pital Monday. coms over the barber shop. day by (lay. With every congression- Tom Kirk says hay is selling at $19 Miss Ruth Anderson, who is teach- al district banding its Legion posts -a ton at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he n:; at Kindred, N. D., this year spm;t together in united groups, with the owns a farm. Christmas with bet brothers, Jack and number of posts and auxiliary units Dr. White returned from Red Wing t:oger here aud will visit at Hart- increasing from week to week, with 'Wednesday morning where he spet "ord, S. D., during the remainder of scores of new mmbers enrolling ev- . the week-end, her vacation, where she taught last cry day, Legionaires of Minnesota en- P. B. Vikre and son Harold spent year. ter the New Year with confidence, and ,- Wednesday at the home of Mr. Vikre's Mr. Sgner, who is attending the look with pride and happy recollection ;father at Milan. Minnesota University, specializing in on the achievements of the past--thir- Miss Katherine Freutel, nurse at agricultural studies, spent part of the ty thousand buddies marching onward the hospital, spent Sunday wih her year 1921 in newsaper work in the in the service of their country and parents at Correll. emIAoy of the Brainerd Tribune, and their comrades. "Bill" Randall went to Waubay, while here dropped into the Indepen- ;. D., Saturday night to spend the dent office to talk "shop." Legionaires of Minnesota's ten con- holidays with relatives. Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Rifenbark re- gressional districts hold monthly meet- Ben Tibbets and family of Yellow- turned home Saturday night, the for- ings at convenient points in their re- 'tmmk township were guests at the Will mer from Kansas City, Me., where he spective districts, where they tackle eFarland home Sunday. took a three month's post-graduate the many Legion problems, while of The V. B. Peterson and J. P. John- course in osteopathy and the latter vital concern to them, have little di- .on families had Christmas dinner at from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, rect interest for other portions of the he John Ljungdahl home. where she was visiting relatives dur- state. Commander Moran of the 3rd George Nelson and family of Cor- ing that length of time. District has found it wise to divide his tell were guests at the W. W. MeLane  district into three sub-districts, each of :lme from Sunday until Tuesday.  LEGAL NOTICES ? which holds monthly meetings. Per- George Lindquist had a finger am,- ' haps no district Legion organization outed at the hospital Christmas eve, SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. is more on the job than the Fourth, having injured it in a gasoline engine. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of whose executive committee members Wesley Stegner, son of B. F. Steg- Big Stone--ss. District Court. thresh out district problems every day her of this city, has been visiting his Bessie E. Christenson, Plaintiff. by taking their noonday lunch togeth- aarents over the Christmas season, against er. Mrs. E. Cochran went to Browns Daniel H. McGee and Emma V. Mc- ./alley Wednesday morning to visit Gee, Defendants. Dr. William Pierce of Rochester is .her mother, Mrs. Shandorf for a few Notice is hereby given, that by vir- 1st District Legion Commander. Gee. lays. tue of an execution to me directed P. Gurley of Pipestone heads the Sec- Mrs. Bertha Davis returned from and dlivered, and now in my hands, end, Rev. David Moran of Farming- Iinneapolis on Saturday to spend }he issued out of the District Court. six- ton leads the Third, Albin S. Pearson hoiidays at the J. Arthur Matthew's teenth Judicial District, state of Min- of St. Paul commands the Fourth, Z. lmme. nesota, in and for the county of Big L. Begin of Minneapolis guides the Manley Alsacker, pharmacist at Stone, upon a judgment rendered in Fifth, Milton Mahlum of Brainerd tops .h Gunderson drug store spent said Court in favor of Bessie E. Chris- the Sixth, Dr. W. W. Larson of Stai'- <Christmas Day with his mother at tenson and against Daniel H. McGee buck leads the Seventh, W. T. Nolan of iRenville, and Emma V. McGee, I have levied Gilbert heads the Eighth, Dr. A. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Farmer and upon the following described real es- Gotenborg of Detroit leads the ninth, &aby came down from Graceviile to rate of said defendant, to-wit: The and M. B. Hurley of Pine City was re- :pend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. South Half (S) of Section Four- costly elected Commander of the anErem. teen (14), Township One Hundred tenth. llr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm returned Twenty-three( 123), Range Forty- :rom St. Paul Tuesday where they seven (47), Big Stone County, Minne- States which now pay a cash bonus ere guests at the Bletcher home over sota. to their residents who served honor- ,.G-'hristnms. And that I shall, on Saturday, the ably in the great war inc!ude: Minne- Joe C. Swezey of Clinton spent a llth day of February A. D. 1922, at sota, Maine, Michigan, Massachusetts, few days in Ortonville this week and the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. of Missouri, New Jersey, New Hamp- dded his name to the Independent said day at the front door of the shire, New York, North Dkota, Ohio abscription list. Court House in the city of Ortonville, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota: Mist lmira Olson, daughter of Mr. in said county and state, proceed to Vermont, Wisconsin, and Washington. md Mrs. E. Olson returned home Sat- sell all the right, title and interes of according to John Thomas Taylor, in tay from Sauk Center where she isl the above named Daniel H. McGee charge of the Le%ion's National Leg- ttending school, and Emma V. McGee in and to the isaive Committee at Washington, D. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Knight and little I above described property, to satisfy C. ,daughter, Mary of Sisseton, S. D., said Judgment and costs, amounting to Nine Thousand, Five Hundred Legion posts at Benson, Northfleld, .:entmother,ChristmaSMrs. J. Karn.With Mrs. Knight's Forty-four Dollars and Forty-six Anoka, Barnesville, Elk River, Wells, Mr. and Mrs. George Kahler and Mr. 1 cents, together with all acerning costs Glenwood, Mankato, Fairmont, Monte- :and Mrs. Roy Kahlcr and children en- of sale, and interest on the sm,e from video, Hancock, Madison Two Har- the 18th day of October, 1921, at the rate of six per cent per annum, at Public Auction, to the highest bidder for cash. Dated at Ortonville, Minnesota, De- cember 22, 1921. JOHN GOWAN, Sheriff of Big Stone County, Minnesota. joyed a family dinner Christmas day at the ormer's home. Carl Bremer of the Aberdeen Na- tional bank of Aberdeen, S. D., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mac- Dowell Christmas Day. Mrs. F. L. Cliff is getting along micely at Evangelical hospital, having 1 been taken there to recover from a fracture recently sustained. Chester McLane and Hubbal came kwn from Aberdeen, S. D., Saturday snorting and remained over Christmas at the home of the former. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moe of Fargo, N. D., were down to spend Christmas at the home of Mrs. Moe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gowan. Dr. Neill Cliff of Milbank, S. D., s able to sit up for a short time at the hospital here this week, after an illness of several weeks' duration. Mrs. Philip Roder is in Minneapolis having her eyes treated. Mr. mad Mrs. Hadrath are living at the Roder home during the absence of Mrs. Roder. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney. First 5ab. Dec. 22. bors and Excelsior have written Min- nesota Legion heatquarters saying they are anxious to arrange basket- ball gnomes with teams of other Min- nesota Legion posts. They swear they can lick all comers. And Barnesville Legion Auiliary has a Legion Auil- iary basketball team that has never been whipped. 6w Mrs. Alvina Farmer was here from 31, township one hundred twenty-one, Milbank, S. D., Saturday evening. She (121), range fourty-four, (44), Big is travelling for a fraternal insurance Stone county, Minnesota, which said company thru the state of South Da- mortgage was on February 14th, 1921, koa. duly assigned by an instrument in E. W. Nobbs, editor of the' Belling- writing recorded in said Register of 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 It. H. DeWall and Grace G DeWall mort- gagor, mortgaged to Fred Hansen, mortgagee, the northwest quarter (NW) and north half (N) of the southwest quarter (SW) of 9ection Deeds office on February 23 1921, at 9:00 o'clock a. m., in Book 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 The time limit up to which yearly renewal term war risk insurance may be reinstated by paying two monthly premiums has been extended to July 4, 1926,according to a recent govern- ment. decision. The U. S. Veterans Bureau, Keith-Plaza Building, Minne- apolis, has asked Minnesota Legion Headquarters to notify all Minnesota Legonaires. Blanks and instructions for reinstating insurance may be ob- tained from the above address. The Victory Button, the little bronze or silver button issued to honorably discharged service men, if ost by the ham Times was in the city Friday. He took the flyer that afternoon for Minneapolis to attend to business mat- ters. F. D. Meredith of the First Nation- 81 Bank of Aberdeen, S. D., was here Wednesday interviewing Max Henne- :berg, the tenant on his farm east of rn to Ortonville from Minneapo- l/ within the near future, as Mr. aith expects to be back on the Far- - Hne a freight conductor. Odessa. hart thereof, and there is claimed to Frank and Harry Thompson of Prior be due on this mortgage to the date were in Ortonville on business Tues- hereof, the sum of Five Thousand, day and while in town made a trip of, Three Hundred Seventeen and 50-100 inspectien thru the plant of the Inde-[ ($5.317.50) Dollars. pendent, l Now, Notice is hereby given that by Dewey Lundgren, fireman at Monte- Ivirtue of said power, said mortgage video, and Lewis Lundgren of this I will be foreclosed and said premises city spent Christmas at the George ] sold at public auction by tle Sheriff of Knoll home in Akron, Mrs. Knoll be- I said county, or his deputy en Satur- ing their sister.  . day, January 7, 1922, at 10"00 o'clock Albert Street and family spent a. m. at the front door of the court hristmas at Marietta at the home of house in Ortonville, in said county, to Mrs. Street's parents. Mr. Street is pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees ployed hy Alvah I. Matthews in his and disbarsements allowed by law. implement business. Dated Novemhe 21, 1921. Hr. and Mrs. Paul Smith expect to H.P. CARLSON, Assignee of Mortgagee, A. B. KAERcHER, Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First pub. Nov. 24 6w owner ,may be duplicated by sending certified copy of discharge to Baily, Banks & Biddle, Philadelphia, togeth- er with 35e for bronze or 65c for sin ver button This firm has been au- thorized by the war department to sell these buttons to eligible persons, ac- cording to Legion National headquar- ters. St. Paul Post No. 8 is only one of dozens of Minnesota Legion posts which are busy organizing bugle drum corps to take to the next state convention at Virginia, Minn., and the Legion National Convenion at New Orleans in 1922. Many Other posts, in- cluding Anoka and Fertile, are get- ting ready to place their towns on the "Legion Noise Map" at these conven- tions. 50 for a C.hritmas Tree. An electrical firm in London has been busy for some months on a re- markable Christmas tree, which had to be sent overseas in time for Christ. mas day. An immense "fir" tree, all In metal, is festooned with bunches of "fruit," Even the grapes have a flay bulb inside them. By turning on a Iwitch the tree becomes a blaze of light. he cost of this novel tree I 50, but it will last for mimy ears. Lt Bits. Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 10:30 o'clock next Sunday morning, January 1 Eids Lutheran Church. (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonvilte) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day morning, January 1. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Chhrch. Regular sezwices every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Norwegian Lutherm Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. [here will be no service in the Or- tonville church next Sunday. Services will be held in Milbank at 11:00 a. m Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sunday school after each service.Eng- lish language. Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject "God." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shuinaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Evangelical Association, (Big Stone City) G. E. Zech, Pastor Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to attend these services. Congregational Church. Paul J. Boekoven, Pastor. New Year's Day--Morning preach- mg service, 10:45 a.m. Sermon from the subject: "Greater Possibilities." Sunday school, 11:45 a.m. Evening preaching service, 7:45 p. m. Sermon: "On Bearing One's Cross." Special music. All are most cordially invited to these services. The Church of Good Fellowshil United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 19:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p m Preaching services at 8:00 p m. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson.--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. @ @ @ United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) Odessa--Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a. m. K. L. C. E.I at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's] meeting open to all: Midweek prayer[ meeting, Wedne,da. evening at 7:3(1 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society. last Thursday ef the month at 2:30 p. m. Class in Catechism, every Satur- day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrelI--Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:39 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after. noon at 2:30 o'clock. Methodist Episcopal Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor Rev. E. W. Day will preach next Sunday morning in the Methodist church. Sunday school at 12:00 m. Ep- worth League at 7:00. At 7:30 Sun- day evening the topic will be "A Re- vival Up-To Date," by Evangelist E. W. Day. Mr Day, who comes for two week's special services has been in the ministry eleven years. He has had much experience in conducting Union Tabernacle meetings; has had consid- erable experience as lecturer and sing- ev upon Chautauqua and Lyceum. plat- form. He was Baritone soloist for Bos- ton Apollo Club for two years. He is a graduate of Denver University, and Iowa Wesleyan College, and has taken post graduate work in Boston Univer- sity. While in college he was crack athlete. While playing with Denver University he was full-back on the "All Rocky. Mountain" Football Team. He coached athletics in three high schools, and Iowa Wesleyan College. He comes with great messages in ser- mon and song. You cannot afford to miss these soul uplifting services that will begin Sunday evening and will be held each evening for two weeks, com- mencing at 7:30 each evening. Spirit- ed singing by big chorus choir. THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. _-1_ Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at-- $1.5| te $2.$$---Without Bath $2.0 to $1i.O0---Wtth Rath | [ With Moderate Priced --Cafe--- In maion m THIS IS ENOUGH. This is enough to pray: that you May walk the common road, With other men with work to do, And share the common load. The fool will ask for idle ease, A life of ecn.pty play; But work, and work's comraderies, This is enough to pray. This is enough to ask: reward According to our toil, The bounty of the harvest board Because we plant the soil. For ev'ry man there is a part; For ev'ry man a task; To keep you busy, glad at heart, This is enough to ask. This is enough to owm: the friends That fellowship will bring, The faithful friendship that attends A man in ev'rything. Pray not for ease, ask not for gold, Look not to these alone; Good friends around you when you're old, That is enough to own. "Who was it saw the handwriting on the wall, Bobby?" "The landlord." LOCAL MARKET Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern No. 1 wheat .......... 1.12 Flax .......................................... 1.70 Rye ............................................. 62 Oats ............................................. 22 Corn ........................................... 28 Barley ....................................... 28 Tracy-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1, live ................. 30 Geese .14 ............... ........................... Ducks .18 Springs ....................................... 15 Old Roosters ............................. 09 Hens ........................................... 16 Turkeys, dressed ..................... 40 Eggs ........................................... 40 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ................................... 34 If You 8htp US HIDES - |F IOEg HOUSE IN lU6BES tHICES Write for price Ibt? IURII'' 'HEN it comes ing the goods on we're there, that's all. big jobs or small ber sawed to the length and every practical purpose tically priced. Geier Lumber Ortonville Treat Catarrh new Head colds, too, yield to the double actio of Vicks VapoRub Apply Vicks up the nostrils. Snuff it well back. Also melt some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup and inhale the vapors. At night repeat and rub on neck. Vapors will be inhaled all night. Sufferers from chronic catarrh will get welcome relief and better sleep thru this Ixeatment, and persistency will be well re- warded. Head colds are completely warded ott treated at the onset. Vicks combines in the old, time-tested Camphor, Menthol, Thyme and Oil of It is the most meat today for all cold as well as cuts, bruises ing skin troubles. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors A 0 17 M'/on Jars 0000.IlIIlIlIIIIIlllillilIHMilMIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIilIIIlIlIIIJlllll = U $ IOth STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE MINNEAPOLIS T. Northw.st'a Lorest and M, All Room..r. Outsld. and Each Room hu Prlvat. Bstls TARIFF: 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 32,$ Rooms (Private Baths} Single at $2.5{N-Double $3.50 200 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $3 00--Double $4.00 '- Others from $4.00 to $15.00 00illlllllllllilllllllllllllllllillliilllllllllll[llllilillllllllllllllll The Pie Special Plate Dinner Tasty Lunches Home Cooking Home Baking Special attention to sho00 and dance people Yours for Quality and Service C. A. BEARD, | IIPAGE 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT I PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND NEVCS ITEMS John Geenty was down fm G, mile Tuesday on busing. Mrs C. A. bed is visiting her other at Appleton this week. Leonard Kolfitz of Odessa visited friends here Tuesday eRing. Glenn Iludson arrived from Brit- bn. S. D., on Friday for the holidays. Fay Gist is in charge of the Peggy - . ................ th ........... t.e4 Am'rcn I ............................ joyn, I Leqion lw da3's vcatinn at the , ' ....................... [0 Corner [ (harLcs Lan, L,o has been is ti: d,  thc2 here ,ver the holLla3s e:.: ays the Hibblug, (Minn),. Tribune: et. to Jec, Iol Akorn ,.gnizednotloxod:sh objects, hUL ,eek to teune ls du:ics inoering de airment of that city Legio n is steadily becoming the P. E. vm HOl was eat sinai ,i pay, iowa Mlsa Clara Everson had her vsils ,; le death of his falhcr, Stephen zemoved at Evange]l hospital on an I.mn, who death ocu=rcd oJ, Monday. :hat da His ather w 7 yenrJ oh/ Mla. MelIon of Milbank undeent i;ell Ilu&on  vlslth,g at the iloln operation at the local hospital ', h pre,s, Mr. ad Mrs  B Tuesday. l,ndson durb,g the holidays He ,v Lngnus NeIson was a passenger to serum the first of the Year to Bl't Kontana Monday night where he went n. S. D., were he s employed s busines oeokkeeper i. a garage. L. A. l(rcher w* a guest at the  Imk Iu::n and dzuhtes, r,lr, Torn Kirk says hay is seling at $19 Miss Bath Amlcrson, who is teach tL C. Odney home in Benso. Sday 1offer and Miss lcm Hnffmau hac d Monday. eased the lrgim house. They moved W. J. Batterton of Slston . D. no the ame Chritmas Day follow- was operae on at Evgelieal hen- i/g the Codere fi, a they had ita] Monday. Jeoms over the barber hp. ......... lar Rapl ............ he[ h aIdt'drctd, . D ....... .......... ns a fa  ris  i er nothers Jack and Dr. White returned from Red Wing [:oger here aad will visit at Hart- Wedsday morning whe he spet oral, . D., during the remainder of the week-end. er vacation, where she taught last p. B. Vikre and n Humid spent year. rednesday at the home of Mr. Yikm'a My. Stegner, who is attend!rig the - ather at Milan. Minnesota Umverstty, speelahzmg in "Bill" Randall went to Waubay while here dpped into t Miss Katherine FuteI n at affrieultom] studio, spet part of the hospital spat Sunday with her year 1921 in newaper work in the t m oy of the B erd T bune d p n s at Cerll. e rmn n , an . D., Saturday night to upend the dent office to talk ,,shop.,, ,olidays with relatives. Dr. d Mrs. R. D. Ben TIbhets d famUy of Yellow. mk tow ship were lKcFar;and home Sunday. The V. mn filles had Christmas #.he John Ljungdahl home. George Nelson and family of Car. eme fm Sunday until Tueay. George ttod aavag injured it in a Wley Steg.er, n of B. F. Stag. aer of this city, has been visiting b i*xents over the Christm irs. E. ]aley Wednesday morning to vsil ?aer mother, Mr Shandorf for a few ,days. lra Bertha Davs tLaneapolis on Saturday to spend he lidays t the J. Arthur Matthew' heme. ffdanley Alsker, phaacisc at the Gunderson dg store pent arism,ao Dy with hie mother at .eaville. Mr. and Mm. Haey Farmer d baby came :apend Ckristmas wth Mr. d aa Erem. Kans City, Me., where he three month' s post-gradte and the from Hamilton, Ontario, whe she was LEGAL NOTICES i rATE OF MINNESOTA, Big Stonss. Bessie E. Chistensou, Plaintiff . against Daniel H. McGee an( Gee, Defender s. Notice is he.by #yen, that by vi exeoution to me direed and deiveld, and now in my hds, out of the District Court. six- nesot, Jn d for the county of B Stone, upon a judgmt rendered tenson d against DanioI H. Emma V. MEG.. I have levied upon the folInwing deribed rl tare of said defendant, to-wt: The South Half (S) of Section Fo- tn (14), Township One Mr. and Twenty-thee(t23), Range Fory- 'om St. paul aMesday whom they seven (47), Big Stone Ctmty, Minn were guests at the B]etcher home over sot*. .dstnms. And that I hnll, on Saturday the Joe C. Swezey of clinton spent a nth day of February A. D. 1922. at " he he of 00 eclnek L m of ew days m Ortonlle thia week and I ur . ' . dded his e to the l.depdent sd day at the fnt door of the mbription lit [ Court Hoo in the city of Ortonville,  lmira Ola daughter of Mr tnlsald county and state poee o raehmeSat-lSe a t edght ttle andmter ,d MrS. g. ninon reth o I ray from Sak Center whe she  the above named Dame] attending hnol. [ an mma V Hal K ht d ttle above dew.bed property to sati f Mr. andM . rg sy h e " S D ad Jtgment d cos s amount ag tar. Mary f 8seeton .... ' an , ing t " w K to Nine Thousand Five Hu dre pen Chtm tth Mrs. mght's' F , " n mother, Ir. J. Ka orty-four Dollars and Forty  r. an Mrs. George Kahler and M of sale. and integer on t the 18th day of October, 1921, at th at the format's home. rate of s x per nt per annum at Carl Bremer ,of the [ Public Aue on, to the hgheat hdde* onal bk ot Aberdeen, S. D, Dated at Ortonvilte. Minnesota. De. Dowell Christmas Day. mber 22 1921. rs. F. L. Cliff is getting along JOHN GOWAN. , ly at EvgeUl hospital, having Sheflff of Big Sto en taken there to reeor from a Cowry, Minnet racture ently auataind. Chtor MeLee gad Huni ee Ialntifa Attorney. from A.en, S. D., Saturday First Y'b. Dee. 22. rd.g d remained over Chrmtmu Notice ef Mortge Forden g.l t the home of the 1o Default hanna beea mie in the , Mx and Mr " ' conditions of  carton I. D., were down to sead Chase:nan a Power of Sale dat the home of Mrs. Moo% pats, bar $1, 1919, d rded In t mr. and Mr John Gowan. f the Rer of Deeds of Big Stone Dr. Neff] Cliff of bank. S. D. unt, Mlaneta, November , 19It,  able to t up for a short time a m, in Book $ of e hospital h this week. after  Mortgagee on page406,wherebyYLh. .leae c4 eml weeks' dtwatis DeWall and Grace G. DeWall Mm Philip Rode is in Mlnpolh hang her ( drath m v at the Roder homt during the abs o Mrs. Radar. mObank, S. D., Saturday everdng. She ornpy th the k_ E. W. Nobbs, editor of the Belling. kn Times was in the ety Friday. He took he fly imealls to attend te te. F. D. Megalith a Bank of Abortion, S. D., was he Wednesday anti,lowing Max Hne. rg, the Ode 4ay and while in to made a trip of Laeen thru the pl0t of the lnde- Dewey Ldren, do, and lla l,undgren ty epent Chstmas at oll home in Alon, M g their sister. Albert Stet d fsmny sent tnm at Mdetta at the home o item, Steer's pant. Mr. Street emlnyed by Alvah L Matthewa mement buness. Mr, and Mra Pau Smith expect to to Ortonviile from MInn@o. lt within the nr ftttm as Mr. 1L  to be btek 1to lt as freight Omdtor. gagor, mortgaged to mortgagee, the northwest (NWK) and norLh half (NT seuthweat quarter (SW'A 1, tow, re}alp one hundred twenty-one, (11), range foarty-for (44), Big S one ty, Minnesota, w}dch said mortgage w on Feb duly ulltmed by  lmtnueut writing erded in odd Regioter Deeda omee on February 23 1921, 9:00 o'c]k in fairy-six 146)  m., 452, to H. P. Carlson, by which de- faelt the power of sale ha be:nine ,ratlve d no aetlon Or peeding law hetng been instituted to r art thereof, and them e he due on thls mortgage hef, the sum of . Nnw, Notlce is herd virtue of said power. wllI be forlosed and said premise. old at pubIle auction by tile Sheriff nf ald ,mty, or his deputy on Satur- day. January 7, 192, at 10:00 o'clock Ortonville, n said unty, to pay Said debt, interest, attorney's lees att dLbmemts lewed by law. Dated Novnr 21.1921. EL I*. CARLSON. Auigmee A. EL KAEROtER, Attorney, v/lig, Mine. First pub. Nov. $4 8w , the de- torminng of eveny American problem. The mobilization of the A settle the ssue of peace is just as urgent today ss was the me lization of the men n kak in 1917 decide the issues of war" From the cornfio]d of Iowa in th: the frozen ,,rids of in the north, from Big Stoe Lake in Lhe wot to the Dales of the St. Croix ia the east, the American Legion of :;inoeso is unltdly striding for- ward, growing bigger and stronger dny by day. With every congression- al district handi.g is Legion posts together in united groups, wth the ef posts and auxiliary units ineazing from week to week, with scores of new mbers enrolling ev- ery day, Legionires of Minnesota en- tar the New Year with confidence and look with pride and happy colltio. n the hievemems of the past--thir- ty thousd buddies mashing onward in the se'iee of their country aad[ their comrades. Legfo of Minnesota's ten eon gressional districts held monthly meet. ing at onveient points in their m. spectre dstncts, whe they taekl the many Iglon phlems, while o vith ennce to them, have little di. portions nf th which holds monthly mtings. Per. hops nn dstriet Legion organlzatinr j, whose exutive thsh out district problems evel by taking their noond Dr. William Pierce of Rochester i Ist District Legion Commander, G P. Gurley of ipestone heads the S end, Rev. David Memn of Faing. ton lds the Third, Albin S. Pearso of St. Paul mmands the Fourth, Z ides th the Sixth, Dr. W. W. Larso buck leads the Seventh, W. T. Nelan oi Gilbert heads the Eighth, Dr. A. C Getenborg of Detroit lead the ninth and M. B. Hurh eently elected Commander of States which now pay a cash bon sldents who seed honor- ably in the gat war ine!ude: Minne- sota, Maine, fieMgan, Massachusetts, Missfi. New Jersey, New Hamp- shire, New York, North Dkota, Ohio Orege., hede Island, South Dakota Veont, Wisconsin, and Waehington, rding to John homas Taylor [n charge of the Lemon's Natona Leg- , D at Benson, Northfield, Anoka, Basdlle Elk River, Well, 3 enwd, Mankato, FairmonE Mnnte. Ideo. Hancock, Madison hers nnd Exeelsll nesota Legion heathuartrs saying they are anxious to arrange bket- ball g neta Legion posts. c Jck all comere. And Legion Au[liary ha a Legion Auil- iary basketball team thnt has never bn whipped. The time limit up to which yeary rental term war risk insurance may be instated by paying two month y premiums has been extended to Jly 4, 1926,according to a t gove- merit decision. The U. & Veterans Bureau, Kelth-Pla Bd]ding, M nn apolls, h asked Minnesota Legion Headquartera to notify all Mnnesota Legenais. Blanks and Irtmetlon for rdnstntlng insurance y he ob- talned fm the above address. The Victory Button, the little bmnz or si]r button issued to henorabl dlseharged selee men, f eat by tM owner .may be dupcated t rthcd eepy of discharge Bks & Biddle PMladeJphia, er w th 35e for button, ha been au- cording to Legion ellgibls S Paul Pot No. 8 is only erie of ns of Minnesota Leginn posts wbleh e buy orgizlng bogie drum rps to take to the next state Natlenal Contortion at New Or]ea.z in 19. Many Other posts, in eluding Anoka and Fertile, are tlng ady to la he r owns on "Legion Noise Map" ons. tH0 for a c-htmaa TrCL Aa eltrlcal faro In Ind hu been by for me mt#  Crtstm try. whleh ha Chrmb mu l. An Imu ' tre aU t= mete. tl fted wlth bucbN af Wrt"  the jtt haw tln7 bIb taM ttw By mrttal n ths t Imeom blm t naut. TI t  ttat ata ttm l fo. t It wUl IMt for taav mm- tt lt Chuh of St. John. i THIS IS ENOUGH. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. This is enough to pray: that yea May walk the common lad, With other men with wolk to do, ..... :o.ng: ..... And share the mmon load. Earls Lutheran Church. will ask for idle ease, (Eleeen miles northst of Ortonfllle A life of empty play; Bey S. M. Moo of Clinton, pa.stor. But work, and work's eomraderies, There w]l[ ]'his is enough to pav. day morning, January L Valley Methodist Epispal Chhh. Regular lwices every Sunday af y school Nor'v')e gian LatCh .... RCV. J. Watseth, Pastor. The will be no seiee iu iviile church next Sunday. S Ii be heId iu lIilbank at 11:o @ 0. Trinity Lutheran Church. August Baltling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at lO:0O a m. or :oo p. m. German Iangnage. Sunda hool after eh se Eng- h language: Christian Seienee. Sday settees at t0:45 a. m. Subjt "God." Wednesday see'ice at 8:00 p, m. All are welcome to these rviees. Free reading room in their bali (Shumakee braiding). Open every Tuesday and Friday fm 8 to 5 p. m, Evangelil Assoation. (Big Stone City) G. E. Zeeh, Pastor }ohing servi at unday hool at 11:00 a. m. People' Aliiance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teaehe Training Class Wedneeday eyeing, 7:80 p. m. YOU e .ordmlly invited to attend tke Cond.,:oa,'ho00h Paul J, Bockoven, Pastor. New Year's Day--Morning ph- ing service, 10:45 m m. the sub,eat: "Greater Sunday school, 11:45 a.m. Evening preaching service, 7:45 p. m. Sermon: "On Bearing One's Cross." Special All are most cordialiy ...... ....... United Evangelical Chnreh l{ev. J. H. Mayne, Ptor. Big Stoe City.--Pachlngserviee K. L. C. E. nrting at 7:30 p m Paching is at 8:00 p m, Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wedneeday evening at 8:OO p. m. $ohnn.--Prehing settees every ..... an g@eli2 Chnh. F. w, Agto, Ptor. ( Odesss-Corrdl Ciuit ) Odessa--Sunday servis as follows: Preaching at 10:9 a. m. K. L C. E. at 7:80 p. m, This is Young Pple's meeting open to all. mting Wednesday evening at 7:3C Woman's Missionary Society last Thursday of the nth at 2:30 p, m. Class in CateeM, every Satur- day afternoon at 2:OO o'clk. Correllunday servis as follow: Sunday school Ing at 7:30 p. every two weeks on Thuday after. Met:od,atEp,eepal Rev. G. L. Haggai, Pastor Rev. E. W. Dny will Ipach new Sday morning in the church. Sday eehl at 12:00 m. Ep worth League at 7:On. At 7:80 Sun. day evening the topic ,gill viral Up.To Date', by gge[ist E W. Day. special services has the miniotry eleven yearn much experience in conductisg Tabeie meetings; has had arabic peien  leetr d sing. upon Chautauqua and Lyceum plat- This is enough to k; ard According to our toil, bounty of the hat board Beeau we pant the soil. For ev'ry man there is a part; For ev'ry man a task; To keep you by, glad at heart, Ths is enough to ask. This is enough to o: the fends That fellowship will bring, he faithfu friendship thn attend A n i. ev'rything. Fr,y not for ease. ask mot for gold, Leek not to these alonel ot fiends around you old. That s enough tn own. "Who was it saw the on the wall, Bnhby?" "The landlord." LOCAL MARKET armors Elevator and Fuel Northem No. 1 wheat ..... 1.12 Fax ................................... 1.70 Rye ..................... 3 Oats ...................... 22 Co ............................... 28 Barley ...................... 28 Traey-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1, live ............... 3O Cease ................................... I4 Ducks ........................ 18 Sprins ......................... I5 OM Roosters ................. O9 Hens ............................. 16 Turkeys, dssed ......... 4O Eggs ............................. 4O Or tonville Camery Butterfat ..................... 34 Iowa Wesley College, d has tan post graduate work in Boston Univer- ty. While in l]ege he wa crack athlete. Wile pIaging w/th Denver nn the 'All Rocky Mountain" Foatbal Team. He eohed athleties in thee high schoo]s, nnd Iowa Wley College. He comes with great mesges in ser- mon and song. You ennot miss the oul uplting servie that ll begin Sunday ening and ndll be he?d each evening for Lwo weeks, com- mencing at 7:30  enlng. SpirJt ed alnging by bfg ehos choir. THE WEST HOTEL Minority, M'hmeet  Fellowlng t h e dwawart tree4 ] rleet is thg  at $1.f4 te $.&'-Wieut Bath $@ te $$.0--WIth Bath With Moderate Priced --Cafe-- a C.mttm WITH POPER, HEN it  Wing the goods a we're there, that'e big jobs mr her lg{ every practical p II til]y vrid* Geier Lmnber Treat Catarrh new Head cold, e, of Vlckt VapoRub APPly Vinim up the noIs, Head colds are mtff it wsl] back. Also melt completely wended some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup treated at the onset. end inlm!e the vapors. At night Vicks combines in repeat and mb n neck. Vapors the old, wLU be inhaled nil ulght. Surfaces frmn chronic mtarrh and Oil of will get welcome relid and better is the sleep thra this treatment, and ing sn t roble. just rub it on and  II i breathein the vapors IF V - .'1 "-'-. f g 2OO Rm. (pr;ve  Baths) Slngi Oth from $ 00 t $15. The Pie Special Plate Dinner Tasty Lunches Home Cooking Home Baking Special attention to and dance people You'rs for Quality and Service C. A. BEARD IPAG]E 6 THE ORTONVILLE INDEPENDENT THURSDAY, O: Fay Gist is in charge of the Peggy l l-.,w: ......... PERSONAL, SOCIAL [ Gay Shop during the absence of thel ,:* * :i % Zr* [ AND NEWS ITEMS I Hawkinson sisters who are enjoyingl @ .: low day s vacation at the hc.::e o[ I John Geenty was down from Grace- _h(ur parems at Wel ster, S. ). Corel$ j :ville Tuesday on business. : ;haries Lang, w_o has been vis[tipgl Mrs. C. A. beard is visiting her )i .mathcr imre ()vet tile hv!i.lays c:.: bays tim Hibbing, (Minn)., Tribune: 'mother at Appleton this week. ;cots to !cave ior Akron, Ohio. thi. "'g,mizednotlor.cdish objects, but l Leonard Koliitz of Odessa visited ,,eek to resume ni:; dulics in '-qe cq Fo: God and Cohwy,' the American ;friends here Tuesday evening. ,'ir, eering departmcp% of that city. Legion is steadily becoming the great- Glenn tludson arrived from Brit- t ). E. Van Horn wa summon:d to est single factor in America today--a ,tLon, S. D., on Friday for the holidays, iil pey, iowa last Friday on accoun factor of increasing power in the de- Miss Clara Everson had her tonsil, , he death of his father, Stepher. retraining of every American problem. emoved at Evangelical hospital on ..an Iiorn, who::e death occu=:'cd o.: The mobilization of the American Le- Monday. lw.t day. His /uther was 75 yettr.J old glen to settle the issues of peace is Mrs. Mellon of Milbank underwent Gi(:u Ilu(bqm i-; v" '" just as urgent today as was the mo- an operation at the local hospital ,/ b3s pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B bilization of the men in -khaki in 1917 Tuesday. I.udson during the holidays. Fie wili to decide the issues of war." Magnus Nelson was a passenger to: return the first of the year to Brit. Montaam Monday night where he went ;on, S. D., where he is employed as From the cornfields of Iowa in the n business, bookkeeper in a garage, south to the frozen wilds of Canada L A. Kaercher was a guest at the Frank Iuk'man and daup:hters, 5Ir': in the north, from Big Stone Lake in tL C. Odney home in Benson Sunday Iolfat and Miss Mera Huffman have the west to the Dales of the St. Cvoix -nd Monday. eased the Borglin house. They moved in the east, the American Legion of W. J. Batterton of Sisseton, S. D., nto the same Christmas Day follow- Ziinnesota is unitedly striding for- -was operated on at Evangelical hos- mg the Coderre fire as they had ward, growing bigger and stronger pital Monday. coms over the barber shop. day by (lay. With every congression- Tom Kirk says hay is selling at $19 Miss Ruth Anderson, who is teach- al district banding its Legion posts -a ton at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he n:; at Kindred, N. D., this year spm;t together in united groups, with the owns a farm. Christmas with bet brothers, Jack and number of posts and auxiliary units Dr. White returned from Red Wing t:oger here aud will visit at Hart- increasing from week to week, with 'Wednesday morning where he spet "ord, S. D., during the remainder of scores of new mmbers enrolling ev- . the week-end, her vacation, where she taught last cry day, Legionaires of Minnesota en- P. B. Vikre and son Harold spent year. ter the New Year with confidence, and ,- Wednesday at the home of Mr. Vikre's Mr. Sgner, who is attending the look with pride and happy recollection ;father at Milan. Minnesota University, specializing in on the achievements of the past--thir- Miss Katherine Freutel, nurse at agricultural studies, spent part of the ty thousand buddies marching onward the hospital, spent Sunday wih her year 1921 in newsaper work in the in the service of their country and parents at Correll. emIAoy of the Brainerd Tribune, and their comrades. "Bill" Randall went to Waubay, while here dropped into the Indepen- ;. D., Saturday night to spend the dent office to talk "shop." Legionaires of Minnesota's ten con- holidays with relatives. Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Rifenbark re- gressional districts hold monthly meet- Ben Tibbets and family of Yellow- turned home Saturday night, the for- ings at convenient points in their re- 'tmmk township were guests at the Will mer from Kansas City, Me., where he spective districts, where they tackle eFarland home Sunday. took a three month's post-graduate the many Legion problems, while of The V. B. Peterson and J. P. John- course in osteopathy and the latter vital concern to them, have little di- .on families had Christmas dinner at from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, rect interest for other portions of the he John Ljungdahl home. where she was visiting relatives dur- state. Commander Moran of the 3rd George Nelson and family of Cor- ing that length of time. District has found it wise to divide his tell were guests at the W. W. MeLane  district into three sub-districts, each of :lme from Sunday until Tuesday.  LEGAL NOTICES ? which holds monthly meetings. Per- George Lindquist had a finger am,- ' haps no district Legion organization outed at the hospital Christmas eve, SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. is more on the job than the Fourth, having injured it in a gasoline engine. STATE OF MINNESOTA, County of whose executive committee members Wesley Stegner, son of B. F. Steg- Big Stone--ss. District Court. thresh out district problems every day her of this city, has been visiting his Bessie E. Christenson, Plaintiff. by taking their noonday lunch togeth- aarents over the Christmas season, against er. Mrs. E. Cochran went to Browns Daniel H. McGee and Emma V. Mc- ./alley Wednesday morning to visit Gee, Defendants. Dr. William Pierce of Rochester is .her mother, Mrs. Shandorf for a few Notice is hereby given, that by vir- 1st District Legion Commander. Gee. lays. tue of an execution to me directed P. Gurley of Pipestone heads the Sec- Mrs. Bertha Davis returned from and dlivered, and now in my hands, end, Rev. David Moran of Farming- Iinneapolis on Saturday to spend }he issued out of the District Court. six- ton leads the Third, Albin S. Pearson hoiidays at the J. Arthur Matthew's teenth Judicial District, state of Min- of St. Paul commands the Fourth, Z. lmme. nesota, in and for the county of Big L. Begin of Minneapolis guides the Manley Alsacker, pharmacist at Stone, upon a judgment rendered in Fifth, Milton Mahlum of Brainerd tops .h Gunderson drug store spent said Court in favor of Bessie E. Chris- the Sixth, Dr. W. W. Larson of Stai'- <Christmas Day with his mother at tenson and against Daniel H. McGee buck leads the Seventh, W. T. Nolan of iRenville, and Emma V. McGee, I have levied Gilbert heads the Eighth, Dr. A. C. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Farmer and upon the following described real es- Gotenborg of Detroit leads the ninth, &aby came down from Graceviile to rate of said defendant, to-wit: The and M. B. Hurley of Pine City was re- :pend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. South Half (S) of Section Four- costly elected Commander of the anErem. teen (14), Township One Hundred tenth. llr. and Mrs. H. W. Palm returned Twenty-three( 123), Range Forty- :rom St. Paul Tuesday where they seven (47), Big Stone County, Minne- States which now pay a cash bonus ere guests at the Bletcher home over sota. to their residents who served honor- ,.G-'hristnms. And that I shall, on Saturday, the ably in the great war inc!ude: Minne- Joe C. Swezey of Clinton spent a llth day of February A. D. 1922, at sota, Maine, Michigan, Massachusetts, few days in Ortonville this week and the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. of Missouri, New Jersey, New Hamp- dded his name to the Independent said day at the front door of the shire, New York, North Dkota, Ohio abscription list. Court House in the city of Ortonville, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Dakota: Mist lmira Olson, daughter of Mr. in said county and state, proceed to Vermont, Wisconsin, and Washington. md Mrs. E. Olson returned home Sat- sell all the right, title and interes of according to John Thomas Taylor, in tay from Sauk Center where she isl the above named Daniel H. McGee charge of the Le%ion's National Leg- ttending school, and Emma V. McGee in and to the isaive Committee at Washington, D. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Knight and little I above described property, to satisfy C. ,daughter, Mary of Sisseton, S. D., said Judgment and costs, amounting to Nine Thousand, Five Hundred Legion posts at Benson, Northfleld, .:entmother,ChristmaSMrs. J. Karn.With Mrs. Knight's Forty-four Dollars and Forty-six Anoka, Barnesville, Elk River, Wells, Mr. and Mrs. George Kahler and Mr. 1 cents, together with all acerning costs Glenwood, Mankato, Fairmont, Monte- :and Mrs. Roy Kahlcr and children en- of sale, and interest on the sm,e from video, Hancock, Madison Two Har- the 18th day of October, 1921, at the rate of six per cent per annum, at Public Auction, to the highest bidder for cash. Dated at Ortonville, Minnesota, De- [ cember 22, 1921. JOHN GOWAN, Sheriff of Big Stone County, Minnesota. joyed a family dinner Christmas day at the ormer's home. Carl Bremer of the Aberdeen Na- tional bank of Aberdeen, S. D., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mac- Dowell Christmas Day. Mrs. F. L. Cliff is getting along micely at Evangelical hospital, having 1 been taken there to recover from a fracture recently sustained. Chester McLane and Hubbal came kwn from Aberdeen, S. D., Saturday snorting and remained over Christmas at the home of the former. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moe of Fargo, N. D., were down to spend Christmas at the home of Mrs. Moe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gowan. Dr. Neill Cliff of Milbank, S. D., s able to sit up for a short time at the hospital here this week, after an illness of several weeks' duration. Mrs. Philip Roder is in Minneapolis having her eyes treated. Mr. mad Mrs. Hadrath are living at the Roder home during the absence of Mrs. Roder. A. B. KAERCHER, Plaintiff's Attorney. First 5ab. Dec. 22. bors and Excelsior have written Min- nesota Legion heatquarters saying they are anxious to arrange basket- ball gnomes with teams of other Min- nesota Legion posts. They swear they can lick all comers. And Barnesville Legion Auiliary has a Legion Auil- iary basketball team that has never been whipped. 6w Mrs. Alvina Farmer was here from 31, township one hundred twenty-one, Milbank, S. D., Saturday evening. She (121), range fourty-four, (44), Big is travelling for a fraternal insurance Stone county, Minnesota, which said company thru the state of South Da- mortgage was on February 14th, 1921, koa. duly assigned by an instrument in E. W. Nobbs, editor of the' Belling- writing recorded in said Register of 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 It. H. DeWall and Grace G DeWall mort- gagor, mortgaged to Fred Hansen, mortgagee, the northwest quarter (NW) and north half (N) of the southwest quarter (SW) of 9ection Deeds office on February 23 1921, at 9:00 o'clock a. m., in Book 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 The time limit up to which yearly renewal term war risk insurance may be reinstated by paying two monthly premiums has been extended to July 4, 1926,according to a recent govern- ment. decision. The U. S. Veterans Bureau, Keith-Plaza Building, Minne- apolis, has asked Minnesota Legion Headquarters to notify all Minnesota Legonaires. Blanks and instructions for reinstating insurance may be ob- tained from the above address. The Victory Button, the little bronze or silver button issued to honorably discharged service men, if ost by the ham Times was in the city Friday. He took the flyer that afternoon for Minneapolis to attend to business mat- ters. F. D. Meredith of the First Nation- 81 Bank of Aberdeen, S. D., was here Wednesday interviewing Max Henne- :berg, the tenant on his farm east of rn to Ortonville from Minneapo- l/ within the near future, as Mr. aith expects to be back on the Far- - Hne a freight conductor. Odessa. hart thereof, and there is claimed to Frank and Harry Thompson of Prior be due on this mortgage to the date were in Ortonville on business Tues- hereof, the sum of Five Thousand, day and while in town made a trip of, Three Hundred Seventeen and 50-100 inspectien thru the plant of the Inde-[ ($5.317.50) Dollars. pendent, l Now, Notice is hereby given that by Dewey Lundgren, fireman at Monte- Ivirtue of said power, said mortgage video, and Lewis Lundgren of this I will be foreclosed and said premises city spent Christmas at the George ] sold at public auction by tle Sheriff of Knoll home in Akron, Mrs. Knoll be- I said county, or his deputy en Satur- ing their sister.  . day, January 7, 1922, at 10"00 o'clock Albert Street and family spent a. m. at the front door of the court hristmas at Marietta at the home of house in Ortonville, in said county, to Mrs. Street's parents. Mr. Street is pay said debt, interest, attorney's fees ployed hy Alvah I. Matthews in his and disbarsements allowed by law. implement business. Dated Novemhe 21, 1921. Hr. and Mrs. Paul Smith expect to H.P. CARLSON, Assignee of Mortgagee, A. B. KAERcHER, Attorney, Ortonville, Minn. First pub. Nov. 24 6w owner ,may be duplicated by sending certified copy of discharge to Baily, Banks & Biddle, Philadelphia, togeth- er with 35e for bronze or 65c for sin ver button This firm has been au- thorized by the war department to sell these buttons to eligible persons, ac- cording to Legion National headquar- ters. St. Paul Post No. 8 is only one of dozens of Minnesota Legion posts which are busy organizing bugle drum corps to take to the next state convention at Virginia, Minn., and the Legion National Convenion at New Orleans in 1922. Many Other posts, in- cluding Anoka and Fertile, are get- ting ready to place their towns on the "Legion Noise Map" at these conven- tions. 50 for a C.hritmas Tree. An electrical firm in London has been busy for some months on a re- markable Christmas tree, which had to be sent overseas in time for Christ. mas day. An immense "fir" tree, all In metal, is festooned with bunches of "fruit," Even the grapes have a flay bulb inside them. By turning on a Iwitch the tree becomes a blaze of light. he cost of this novel tree I 50, but it will last for mimy ears. Lt Bits. Church of St. John. Rev. Fr. J. A. Sullivan. There will be mass at 10:30 o'clock next Sunday morning, January 1 Eids Lutheran Church. (Eleven miles northeast of Ortonvilte) Rev. S. M. Moe of Clinton, Pastor. There will be no services next Sun- day morning, January 1. Pleasant Valley Methodist Episcopal Chhrch. Regular sezwices every Sunday af- ternoon at three o'clock. Sunday school at twelve o'clock. Norwegian Lutherm Rev. J. Walseth, Pastor. [here will be no service in the Or- tonville church next Sunday. Services will be held in Milbank at 11:00 a. m Trinity Lutheran Church. August Bartling, Pastor. Service every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. or 2:00 p. m. German language. Sunday school after each service.Eng- lish language. Christian Science. Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. Subject "God." Wednesday service at 8:00 p. m. All are welcome to these services. Free reading room in their hall (Shuinaker building). Open every Tuesday and Friday from 3 to 5 p. m. Evangelical Association, (Big Stone City) G. E. Zech, Pastor Preaching service at 10:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a. m. Young People's Alliance at 6:45 p. m. Prayer meeting and Teachers Training Class Wednesday evening, 7:30 p. m. You are cordially invited to attend these services. Congregational Church. Paul J. Boekoven, Pastor. New Year's Day--Morning preach- mg service, 10:45 a.m. Sermon from the subject: "Greater Possibilities." Sunday school, 11:45 a.m. Evening preaching service, 7:45 p. m. Sermon: "On Bearing One's Cross." Special music. All are most cordially invited to these services. The Church of Good Fellowshil United Evangelical Church. Rev. J. H. Mayne, Pastor. Big Stone City.--Preaching services at 19:00 a. m. Sunday school at 11:00 a.m. K. L. C. E. meeting at 7:30 p m Preaching services at 8:00 pm. Prayer meeting and Bible Class will be held every Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Johnson.--Preaching services every alternate Sunday at 3:00 p. m. @ @ @ United Evangelical Church. F. W. Agte, Pastor. (Odessa-Correll Circuit) Odessa--Sunday services as follows: Preaching at 10:00 a. m. K. L. C. E.I at 7:30 p.m. This is Young People's] meeting open to all: Midweek prayer[ meeting, Wedne,da. evening at 7:3(1 o'clock. Woman's Missionary Society. last Thursday ef the month at 2:30 p. m. Class in Catechism, every Satur- day afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. CorrelI--Sunday services as follows: Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Preach- ing at 7:39 p. m. Ladies' Aid meets every two weeks on Thursday after. noon at 2:30 o'clock. Methodist Episcopal Rev. G. L. Haggans, Pastor Rev. E. W. Day will preach next Sunday morning in the Methodist church. Sunday school at 12:00 m. Ep- worth League at 7:00. At 7:30 Sun- day evening the topic will be "A Re- vival Up-To Date," by Evangelist E. W. Day. Mr Day, who comes for two week's special services has been in the ministry eleven years. He has had much experience in conducting Union Tabernacle meetings; has had consid- erable experience as lecturer and sing- ev upon Chautauqua and Lyceum. plat- form. He was Baritone soloist for Bos- ton Apollo Club for two years. He is a graduate of Denver University, and Iowa Wesleyan College, and has taken post graduate work in Boston Univer- sity. While in college he was crack athlete. While playing with Denver University he was full-back on the "All Rocky. Mountain" Football Team. He coached athletics in three high schools, and Iowa Wesleyan College. He comes with great messages in ser- mon and song. You cannot afford to miss these soul uplifting services that will begin Sunday evening and will be held each evening for two weeks, com- mencing at 7:30 each evening. Spirit- ed singing by big chorus choir. THE WEST HOTEL Minneapolis, Minnesota. _-1_ Following t h e downward trend in prices is now offer- ing rooms at-- $1.5| te $2.$$---Without Bath $2.0 to $1i.O0---Wtth Rath | [ With Moderate Priced --Cafe--- In maion m THIS IS ENOUGH. This is enough to pray: that you May walk the common road, With other men with work to do, And share the common load. The fool will ask for idle ease, A life of ecn.pty play; But work, and work's comraderies, This is enough to pray. This is enough to ask: reward According to our toil, The bounty of the harvest board Because we plant the soil. For ev'ry man there is a part; For ev'ry man a task; To keep you busy, glad at heart, This is enough to ask. This is enough to owm: the friends That fellowship will bring, The faithful friendship that attends A man in ev'rything. Pray not for ease, ask not for gold, Look not to these alone; Good friends around you when you're old, That is enough to own. "Who was it saw the handwriting on the wall, Bobby?" "The landlord." LOCAL MARKET Farmers Elevator and Fuel Company Northern No. 1 wheat .......... 1.12 Flax .......................................... 1.70 Rye ............................................. 62 Oats ............................................. 22 Corn ........................................... 28 Barley ....................................... 28 Tracy-Shumaker Co. Turkeys, No. 1, live ................. 30 Geese .14 ............... ........................... Ducks .18 Springs ....................................... 15 Old Roosters ............................. 09 Hens ........................................... 16 Turkeys, dressed ..................... 40 Eggs ........................................... 40 Ortonville Creamery Butterfat ................................... 34 If You 8htp US HIDES - |F IOEg HOUSE IN lU6BES tHICES Write for price Ibt? IURII'' 'HEN it comes ing the goods on we're there, that's all. big jobs or small ber sawed to the length and every practical purpose tically priced. Geier Lumber Ortonville Treat Catarrh new Head colds, too, yield to the double actio of Vicks VapoRub Apply Vicks up the nostrils. Snuff it well back. Also melt some Vicks in a spoon or tin cup and inhale the vapors. At night repeat and rub on neck. Vapors will be inhaled all night. Sufferers from chronic catarrh will get welcome relief and better sleep thru this Ixeatment, and persistency will be well re- warded. Head colds are completely warded ott treated at the onset. Vicks combines in the old, time-tested Camphor, Menthol, Thyme and Oil of It is the most meat today for all cold as well as cuts, bruises ing skin troubles. Just rub it on and breathe in the vapors A 0 17 M'/on Jars 0000.IlIIlIlIIIIIlllillilIHMilMIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIilIIIlIlIIIJlllll = U $ IOth STREET AT FOURTH AVENUE MINNEAPOLIS T. Northw.st'a Lorest and M, All Room..r. Outsld. and Each Room hu Prlvat. Bstls TARIFF: 75 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $2.00--Double $3.00 32,$ Rooms (Private Baths} Single at $2.5{N-Double $3.50 200 Rooms (Private Baths) Single at $3 00--Double $4.00 '- Others from $4.00 to $15.00 00illlllllllllilllllllllllllllllillliilllllllllll[llllilillllllllllllllll The Pie Special Plate Dinner Tasty Lunches Home Cooking Home Baking Special attention to sho00 and dance people Yours for Quality and Service C. A. BEARD, |