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Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown moved
their belonging* to a farm near Berth
old a week ago, where they will make
their home in the-future.
Mark Handy wa» out this way
rounding up his horses last Friday
•topping with friends over night.
A large crowd attended the L. A
S. supper at Tagus, last Saturday eve
I. M. Dilley and family were busi
ness callers at Berthold last Thurs
The farmers shipped six cars of
atock and sheep from Tagus last Fri
day, several others expect to ship this
week, including J. 0. Jacobson and J.
Ebert Peterson and John Hebig are
now attending high school at Tagus.
A large crowd attended a dance
at the town hall west of here last Sat
urday night. A dance for next Sat
urday night was announced to be giv
en by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Farris at
their home. Its to be a Victory
dance, in honor of the DREAMING
TOWNLEYITES. Dreams will come
true, some times.
Chas. iirown and two brothers were
up this way last Sunday from Berth
Miss Alnia Engen after a Week at
home, went back to Berthold yester
Miss Kjeldahl who has been vis
iting at the Engen home, for some
time leaves today for her home in
A social and dance has been an
nuonced to be iheld at the Hingeon
school "Wednesday evening Nov. 24th.
J. Charlson received a car of ap
ples last week, which he sold at from
$2.25 to $3.00 per box.
We have greatly missed the Inde
pendent the last two weeks, which
failed to reach ua, above all else, we
miss reading about TOWNLEY, the
DREAMER well we rather be dream
ing, as to be having such terrible
Nightmare as some of our I. V.. A.
friends seem to be having.
The Rolling Prairie Tel. Co. instal
led telephones in Schools No. and
3 the past week.
Pet and Ed Schlecht have returned
from their threshing operations, and
are now living on what is known, as
the old Vesey farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Bennet and Mrs. A.
A. Peterson were in Minot on busi
ness last Tuesday and Wednesday.
The town board met with the clerk,
A number from here were at Blais
dell getting nursery stock last Tues
T. L. Kincannon, was out posting
election notices last Tuesday.
Miss Mabel Mundahl of Minnesota,
who has been teaching in this section
for several years past, but who was
called to her mother's, beside last
spring, has returned and is again
teaching School .No. 1.
Miss Alma Engen, returned from
Berthold today, having been employed
at the Walther Hotel for two weeks.
Pouzars Orchestra furnished the
music for a dance at Palermo last Sat
The weather today indicates that
fall plowing is about at an end.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Peterson were
business callers at Des Lacs last Fri
Fred Woodworth has been to con
siderable torture caused from blood
poison on one hand, for a week, in
which time he has consulted a doc
tor several times.
We are in receipt of a very pleas
ant card from our friend. Ira D. Bush,
who at present is out in the Mormon
state, having the time of his life—
now don't get excited, his family is
Our old time friend, Jim Johnson of
.Silverton, Ore., is a pleasant caller at
iour shack today. He is still a staunch
^supporter of the program which A.
C. Townley (the dreamer started in
this and other states).
MRS. It. T. HAGE OF
SAWYER DIED OCT. 29
Following an illness of nine months
|or more Mrs. R. T. Hage of Sawyer,
died on Friday, October 29. Funeral
servicbs were held Sunday at Sawyer,
the Rev. Ness of the Lutheran church,
and Rev. Spacht, Congregational pas
tor, having charge of the service. The
remains were shipped to Taylor, Wis.,
former home of deceased, where inter
ment was made.
Mrs. Hage, ne'e Vina Jacobs, was
born in Wisconsin 32 years ago. In
1910 she was united in marriage to R.
T. Hage, the marriage taking place in
Velva where they made their home
until six years ago when the family
moved to Sawyer.
Mrs. Hage was possessed with a
most kindly disposition and during the
long months of suffering from tuber
culosis she was ever patient and bore
her coffering uncomplainingly. In the
home which has been saddened by the
hand of death is the bereaved husband,
two small sons, and a daughter.
Sympathy is extended those who are
left to mourn the loss of their dear
one from the family circle.
RENVILLE COUNTY WANTS
Agricultural College, N. D., Nov. 9.
—As the result of a very successful
grasshopper eradication campaign in
Renville county this year, residents
of the county have become interested
in county agent work and a number
of meetings have been held during
the past few weeks at which the pro
position of securing a county agent
has been discussed. Petitions are be
ing circulated asking the county board
to hire such an agent and promising
the cooperation of the signers in or
ganizing a county farm .bureau. The
law requires that the county commis
sioners hire such an agent if petition*
are presented bearing signatures of
25 percent of the tax payers of the
county. The county may secure ap
proximately $1200 of State and Fed
eral funds annually to care for part
of the expense of this work.
See hand bills
and our bis
in daily paper
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The Biggest, Broadest, most commanding sale we have ever held in our 18 years of
sale of far more than ordinary importance, a gathering of the most favored, new
and staple winter goods of dependable manufacture and worthy of your fullest confidence.
We need the room for the thousands of dollars worth
of Holiday Merchandise which is arriving every day.
Right now is a buying time that promises worth while savings (all new goods) and at
the lowest quoted market prices of today.
From all departments in our big store, up stairs and down stairs, Shoe Annex and Mil
linery Balcony every item on sale is a real, extraordinary value, the more easily realized
when prevailing retail prices and wholesale market conditions are considered.
Suits, Coats, Furs, Dresses, Skirts, Watets, Shoes.
Underwear, Hosiery, Corsets, Children's Wear, Gloves
Silks, Woolen Goods, Wash Goods, Notions. Yarns?
Table Damask, Towelings, Sheetings, Muslins, Sheets.
Pillow Cases, Blankets, Outings, Curtain Materials
and hundreds of other items all on sale
By Reason of Qualities, assortments and values, as well as all round desirability and
timeliness, this great clearance sale will easily prove to be the biggest money saving event
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