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Rev. N. G. W. Knudtson, of Larimore.
N. D., arrived in the village Monday,
having come here to deliver the address
at the Soldier's Home Coming celebra
tion here on Tuesday.
Mr. Emil Johnson has been employed
as grain buyer at Poland, N. D., by the
Poland Grain Co.
Mrs. Martin Johnson died at Fergus
Falls on Nov. 8th. Her remains were
shipped here far bureal. The funeral
will be conducted from the Norwegian
IiUtheran church at two o'clock on
Thursday, Nov. 13th.
Alfred Nystrom transacted business
at Poland, X. D., on Saturday.
Confirmation services were held at
the Swedish Lutheran church on Sun
day, and was conducted by Rev. S. W.
Swenson, of Warren, and Rev. West
Everybody in the village were busy
shovelling snow on Tuesday, in getting
their sidewalks and premises cleared
up from the large snow banks after the
The annual supper and auction sale
by the Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lu
theran church, that was announced last
week to be held on 14th, has been
changed and will be held on the follow
ing day,$Saturday, Nov. 15th. Supper
will be served from 6 o'clock and on.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hanna, George
Johnson and children, came down from
Watson, Sask., on Saturday, having
been called here by the serious illness
of their mother, but did not reach here
in time to see their mother alive, as she
died early Saturday morning. A daugh
ter, Edna, from Bozeman, Mont., also
arrived only an hour before her
A. Neujahr went to Cass Lake Friday
evening to attend the funeral of a
friend who had died there.
Rev. Westlund left for Erskine,
Minn., on Sunday evening to attend to
some business matters.
Card of Thanks.
Many, many thanks to yon, dear
friends, who so kindly parcel post sur
prised me November 6th. Not being
able to see yon personally at present,
I can only say: May God bless you.
Baptist Church of Vega*
C. H. ECKBLAD. Pastor.
The Baptist Young People's Union of
the Red River Valley will hold their
quarterly meeting Saturday and Sun
day, Nov. 15 and 16, as follows: At
Vega services will be held at 2 p. m.
Saturday and at 11 a. m. and 2 p. m. on
Sunday. At Alvarado services will be
held Saturday and Sunday evenings at
7:30 p. m. Several ministers will speak
at the services.
A cordial invitation is extended to
Norwegian Luth. Church of Alvarado.
S. J. BREKKE, Pastor.
No services next Sunday. Pastor
conducting preaching services at Viking.
Sunday school at. 11 a. m.
Swedish Luth. Church of Alvarado.
The Ladies' Aid of Alvarado will
give a supper next Saturday evening
in the church basement at Alvarado,
and the evening will close with an auc
tion sale of many useful articles pre
pared by the ladies. We kindly ask
you all to come.
Next Sunday there will be services
in the Elim church at 11 and at Alvar
ado at 7:30.
I STEINER 1
On Monday morning, Nov. 3, at his
home 1% miles west of Steiner, oc
curred the death of Mathias O. Saugen,
after one and one^half weeks illness.
Mr. Saugen was born at Ringaaker,
Hedemarken, Norway, June 22, 1864,
making his age at the time'of death 55
years, 4 months and 12 days. He emi
grated to America in 1893. In 1898 he
was united in marriage to his surviving
widow. He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Bertha Saugen, and eight child
ren, five daughters and two sons. The
children are Inga, Celia, Evelyn, Otto,
Melvin, Theo and Bernice. Mr. Saugen
was a Christian man, a loving and_good
father. Funeral services were held
Wednesday, Nov. 5, at the Rindal
church, north of Rosewood. A large
number of neighbors and friends attend
ed the funeral. The bereaved family
have the sympathy of the neighborhood
and a large number of friends in their
C. A. Swanson was a business visitor
at the Pennington county seat Tuesday.
A number from Newfolden came to
the Saugen home to attend the funeral
of Mr. Saugen, Wednesday.
Arthur Bartelson commenced thresh
ing Thursday afternoon after a couple
weeks' vacation on account of snow.
Harold Johnson, of Rosewood, is in
this vicinity employed with the Christ
iansen-Bartelson threshing rig.
It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. John
Christianson, of this vicinity, have sold
their farm with the intention of mov
Miss Alice Solem, a nurse at the Phy
sicians Hospital at Thief River Falls,
arrived here Wednesday noon to attend
Saugen's funeral and also to visit the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Solem, of this place.
A, W. Neujahr
Wool, union and two-piece
$4.50 to $6.00
Fleece lined union suits, at
$2.25 & $3.00
Friday and Saturday, November 14 and 15
lO/ off on all CAS SALE S during these days
We know the people of Alvarado and vicinity want to become better acquainted with our
storeand learn of the quality mercnahdise that can be purchased here
at. prices most attractive..
DO YOU NEED A SUIT?
We are fortunate in having on hand a number of suits, in two
and three button models, in a variety of patterns that will /0Sk
surely appeal to those who want quality at prices that are C^ra
Special Values in these Suits are ^^Bk 3fV
Others at $17.00, $22.50, $30.00, $35.00 and $40.00 fVi^S^^lB^MMEIl
viotnes tor me kittle man BWmH
Veryfinestquality Cassimere, nobby up-to-date waist line ^^H\
models. Sizes 5 to 18 years. ^^Hl fiHr^ WW^ -m^
$10 to $15 StaptfVHK
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Men's and Boy's
Extra heavy all wool
Others at $8.00, $10.00 and
W have a complete line of
SHIRTS, SWEATERS, CAPS, RUBBERS, PANTS,
OVERALLS, NECKWEAR, HOSIERY,
MITTENS and OVERSHOES
We want you all to come in and take advantage of this sale and get better acquaintedand
we want to become better acquainted with you. There are many things, no doubt, you need
for the coming winter months, and you will find it worth your while to see the advantages this
store has to offer.
mm mm ~m ^^mmm^^M^-^M.^.:. $ ^v^?*^
Drab Moleskin, Wombat
and Sheep skin collars, at