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VII* •v. f.r itti *v VOLUME 80. 1 X£Ofi WILLOW LAKE. Mr. and Mrs. R. JVJacobson visit ti' ed at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Anton ti Jacobson Sunday. A. P. Peterson took his nephew, Soran Johanson, to Valley City on Ui Monday to consult Dr. Pray, regard it. ing his health which has been poor for some time. It proved, to be ty 1- phoid fever, and he is now in the* new I- hospital. Fred Law was a businesss caller in L'i Hope Monday. ••i- County Supt. A. G. Miller visited the Willow Lake schools Tuesday. Miss Lillian Jensen was a visitor in Hope Tuesday. The Messrs. H. B. Thomas and R. JV Jacobson were business callers in Hope Wednesday. Miss Ella Larson visited with Miss Lillian Jensen Wednesday afternoon. The. Baldwin Missionary Society held its last meeting with Mrs. Peter Nolting Thursday. Chris Jensen was a business visitor in Hope Friday. Rev. Vickingstad visited at the Chris Jensen home on Friday. Miss Esther Jorgenson went to Val ley City Friday to consult Dr. Pray, on account of ill health. Her condi tion being quite serious she will re main there for some time. Miss Ella Larsen visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson on Saturday. John Nolting was a business visitor in Hope'Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Law and child ren, recently of Douglass, N. D., have returned to this neighborhood, and are making their home at the H. B. Thomas farm. Confirmation exerflses were held at Lund church on Sunday. There were fourteen members in the class There .Hi w. xr i-Cr ll: f(\S •iOf .Or I a •1)3'f I •mae •Q 1^1 Of c-'/ :. IS 1' :.. 1 YT was a very large attendance. The visitors at-the A. P. Peterson, home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peterson and Irene, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Jacobson and family, Miss Ella Larson, Jens Viqby and E. Hanson. On Monday afternoon the Mesdames Joe Peterson and Albert Sanden gave a parcel shower at the home of the former, in honor of Miss Johanna Peterson, a bride of next week. The rooms were tastefully decorated in purple and white and cut flowers also furnished decorations. Part of the afternoon was-spent in instrumental and /vocal musio and -.conversation. A very dainty luncheon was seryed, covers being laid for twelve, atj the close of which Miss Peterson was pre sented with & littleibook containing a receipt from each one present, and al so a bit of advice, which she was asked to read aloud. Next little Irene Peterson, niece of the bride-elect, en tered with her little carriage laden with useful presents, which were tokens of the esteem in which Miss Peterson is held in the community. EDENDALE There is much sickness in this local ity. Miss Sophia Hilton is visiting with Mrs. Thompson for a few days. Governor Burke delivered an ad dress at Clifford Monday forenoon to a large audience. Mr. Jasper Shobe, of Clifford, N. D., and Miss Cleveland, of Roseville, N. D., were married recently. The writer joins with a host of friends in wishing them along and happy wedded life. They will make their home for a while with the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson re turned Sunday from Hope where they were visiting. .They attended the Kraabel sale there Saturday. HOPE* Men's Fleeced Undergarments, reg ular $1 suit, for .this sale they go at per garment Boys' Medium Weight Fleeced Un derwear, just the thing for between seasons, per garment 19c Children's Coat Sweaters, all sizes, 1-3 off regular price. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats, last year's stock, but good styles for this season, going at a big STEELE COUNTY. NORTH Mrs. J. M.. Shobe is reported quite ill. Miss .Charlotte Peterson went to Mayville Wednesday. Andrew Peterson is on the. sick list this week. Ed Patten visited at Charley Rush's Wednesday. Joe Tellin of Page visited at the Holman farm Wednesday. Mrs. O. C. Coen and little son of Page visited at Holman's Friday. BRQADLAWN. Mrs. James Dorrance visited with her friend, Mrs. P. K. Gandrude, •Thursday, afternoon. Mrsi Andrew Stark of Hope visited at Mrs. Cockles' Wednesday. Mrs. Vannie Kelly and children were visiting in this vicinity last week. Mrs. Whisnand arrived Thursday for a visit with her brother, S. F. Pope, and family. Mps. L. W. Fuller, of Hope, and T. F. Pope and. families visited at the Sam Pope. home.Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. Greenwood, accom panied by the former's father, spent Sunday afternoon at the Kersting home. H. C. .Leeseberg and family have moved to Finley, where they have rented a farm. Mrs. Roy Fuller and May Pope were Sunday evening callers in Hope. Rally Day, which was held at the Broadlawn church last Sunday, was well attended. The children did nice ly and showed careful training on the part of the instructors. BALDWIN NOTES The attendance at church Sunday morning was not as large as usual, but the evening meeting, which was lead by Miss Anna Nolting, was well attended. Mrs. G. L. Smith left for Hope Sun day afternoon, where the Smiths will spend the winter so that the children may attend school there. DAKOTA, Owing to the Close Season We Offer the Following Bargains for Cash: 39c OCTOBER 6th, 1910 Rev. McLennan held services at Willow Lake Sunday afternoon and he expects to preach at Colgate next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Naigle, who lost their little daughter Gladys last Sunday morning, have the sympathy of the whole community. Gladys was two years old. She died after a short ilfc ness of infantile paralysis. The fun eral services were held at the house on Monday, and the remains taken to the Hope cemetery. Mrs. Neil McKay and son Francis returned, from Valley City Sunday, where Francis was taken to' consult Dr. Pray regarding his recent illness. We a,re all glad to note that he is re covering quite rapidly. Mrs. W. J. Smith has been absent for a few days as she was elected as a delegate to attend the W. C. T. U. convention which was held at Grand Forks. She returned home Wednes day. J. E. Knight was a visitor at the Nelson home Monday evening. Mrs. Nelson and Will went to Hope Wednesday, from where Will went to Farge to see Dr. Humphrey regarding his hand. The Missionary society met at the home of Mrs. Nolting last Thursday and a large crowd was present. The subject was an interesting study of Japan. Mrs. Nelson and Ida visited at Mrs. Steiner's Saturday afternoon. Baldwin school No. 2 began Mon day, Oct. 3. The teacher this year is Miss Bessie Anderson of Ashtabula. Live Poultry Car. Bring in your old Hens, Springs, Ducks, Geese and Tur keys on Oct. 12th, and get the highest cash price." Remember the date. L. A. Van Galden. Buy of your home merchants and you are increasing the value of your property. This is a fact, the better the town, the more demand there will be for proper ty. reduction. Outing Flannels and Winter Goods 12'2c Get something ahead. .dollar you dp not spend that does it. value at Men's 50c Suspenders, large assort ment to select from, at Men's Canvas Shoes, Leather Soles, regular $1.65 quality, at Men's Fine Dress Shirts, regular $1.75 quality, at Men's Heavy Fleeced Shirts, regular $1.00 quality, at Begin in a small way—but BEGIN. EI FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mope IN[I First Class Rooms. •-Prompt'Service. ,.. Juujuuuyjjjjuuu^uuijM Hotel and Restaurant Samuel Thompson,. Prop. Meals and Lunches at All Hours. Prices Reasonable. 25c $1.00 :65c A'.'.!.. •, -g®," •:i'm I 11 Li 1 111 rm !'*\*rr 1 «*v vJ,wNp.,28 Remember it's the* Even though your salary may not seem Ijo, permit of bank account—you can have one by cutting down ex'-'i^ penses. This may call for some sacrifice until yquhavfe* analyzed your expenditures.and make a readjustment. IT One of the pitfalls in nearly, eve^y business is the "general expense," "sundry expense" or "inciden tals" charges. It is the catch-all for general expense items and hides many leaks and. wastes in the business. If When a business concern decides, to cut down their expenses, the first place they go to look for "unne cessary expense" is in the "incidentals" .department 1 You can overhaul your needless expenses and, with slight economy, have a growing balance in this bank. •, w\i .* ./rii iio\: 31.25 SI &•" it sMI If afjl •m a ll »5| i! m. t§ 1 I j)..- •J bif: •i'S/f is. rO -X r! JOi: 7/0 j:/ JO o-i :nqi fjV- i/8 ». -iq-i •0 ri oil ""A \B t. 'if, .90 51V' j?-..