Newspaper Page Text
ifit (From Tuesday's Dally) 'Mies Rose Vosen who has been the guest ot Miss Jessie Personlus and other city friends for the past -week 'left this morning for Havre, Montana LANDED AT GLA8GOW. Word has been received from Mr and (Mr*. W. W. Smith and Miss Jen nie McDonald who sailed from New York on July 6th on the •Columbia, that they landed safely at Glasgow, •Scotland, on July 16. They report a •calm sea but were' in a fog three days .and .the weather was extremely cold. They were the only Americans on the boat, the majority were Scotch, Eng lish and Spanish. VISITING SON. L. S. Chaffee of Troy, Vt., who has been visiting his children in Foster county arrived in the city yesterday and will spend a few weeks with his son C. C. Chaffee. -ACCEPTED MANAGEMENT. (Mr. E. M. Weiser wha has had charge of a store in Elsworth, Wis., for the past eleven years, arrived in the city yesterday and has accepted the position of manager of the dry .goods department at Chaffee's Depart ment store. "Were all medicines as meritorious as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy the world would be much better off and the percentage of suffering greatly decreased," writes iLindsay Scott, of Temple, Ind. For sale by all dealers East Main Street Tflhlfl Tlimhlflrs I auiv HiSy NOT MEDICINE NOT SURGERY NOT OSTEOPATHY Spinal Adjusting Is a New Method of Getting Well. The cause of disease is removed. Chronic Disease, Appendicitis and Goiters disappear quickly and permanently. Phone 155 over City Drug Store, Valley City, N. D. SPENCER D. REED, Spins Specialist. "THE FAIR" THE SERVICE STORE Good Things For Saturday 1st quality goods, triple coated, straight sides, flat bottom. Easier to clean and made*.*!?" 39 Dflni Indespensible for toilet, household and laundry use. Guar U11A A anteed 99^ to 100 per cent pure. Should be in every house hold. Most stores get 15c or 20c per pound package. Special Q yer pound Fruit and Vegetable Press The largest and most powerful press made. Mailable iron frame and steel plunger. Style like cut. Now is "I Q_ the time you need one J.CJC Per yard SI.50 LtdiM ill Leattir Hmdtigi fir 9t mti Only a limited quanity at this special price. Black Seal Grain Leather Bags. Pull leather lined. Do not miss this item. opportunity to make a substantial saving. Each.... Now Poplar Fictioa Pani**' tnrtr I.Atldnn. "White Fang'^ Jack London. Just Received. Each copy... Yellow Mixing Bowls Different Sizes to Choose From Different Sizes to Choose From Each Each New Line ol Framed and Untrained Pictures Just Received NEW BLANKETS COURTENAY VISITORS. Nelg Nelson of Courtenay, transact ed business in the city on Monday. iTs'l ,S' (From Wednesday's Daily) FROM JAME8T0WN. !$' C. W. Bltner of Jamestown was a business caller here today. ". BACK FROM MINNEAPOLIS. A, J. Henry Jr., returned this morn ing from couple of weeks at Minne apolis and other points in Minnesota. FROM WIMBLEDON. R. B. Cox of Wimbledon is calling on friends today.. RETURNED TO OREGON. Mrs. Wm. Lee who has been the guest of Mrs. Sadie Thompson for the past month has returned to her home in Eugene, Oregon. ILL WITH TYPlHOID FEVER. (Mrs. Oglesby arrived in the city this morning from Calgary, Sask., with !Mr. Oglesby, who was ill with an at tack of typhoid lever and was taken to Riverside hospital. Mrs. Oglesby returns this evening to Canada as Miss Gladys is also sick with the ty phoid fever at a hospital at Calgary. A vast amount of ill health is due to impaired' digestion. When the stom ach fails to perform its functions properly the whole system becomes de ranged. A few doses of Chamberlain's Tablets is all you need. They will strengthen your digestion, invigorate your liver, and regulate your bowels, entirely doing away with that miser able feeling due to fault? digestion. Try it. Many others have been per manently cured—why not you? For sale by all dealers. 1 CLOTHES PINS 4 2 Dozen for CCIllS I iliail Prsth inches wide, woven blue borders, pure Llllvll III flail linen flax web, thoroughly absorbent, Made of hardwood, smooth finish and round heads. GLASS T0WELBARS A New Item at 10c 14 qt. Blue and White Enameled Disbpaa t, Phone No. 418 sood quality crystal glass, highly finished, 10 IUIIIIIIQI oz. size. This tumbler is sold everywhere at 5c each* Our special price for Saturday—not mors than 12 _aflL sold to anyone—each wC vflCU lOqt. Blua and White Preserve Kettlis with Covers 39o Tripple coat of enamal on steel base. Beautiful goods. Your QQ __ni_ tantial savinc. Each CCDlS "The Doctor," by Connor. "A Certain Rich Man," W. A. White. 48c Patent Loatbir Bills Patent Loatbir Bills Real Leather—all sizes pB_ Each. Real Leather—all sizes pB_ Each. Infut Slots LSr£e asMrtment of styles Regular50c values, Pair"WC Just arrived, come in and see what we have to offer y-yj» Call and See the Latest in Optical Creations We have a full stock and always something new. Glad to Show You A. R. BUTLER OPTICAL SPECIALIST Office Over Sargent Millinery Stare Phone 377 DIED IN INDIANA. •Mr. McMullen, father of L. B. Mc Mullens, of this city, died at bis home in Arcadia, Indiana on Saturday of cancer. Mr: and Mrs. L. iB. McMullen have been at big bedside for the past two months and death came after a lingering illness. iDI ED TODAY. Ralph Henry Davidson, the nine year ofd son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Davidson died this morning after a lingering illness of several months of enlargement of the heart. The fun eral will be held from the (Scandinav ian M, E. church oil rhursday after noon at 2:30 o'clock. CHILD DRANK GASOLINE. The two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Borg narrowly escaped death by poisoning yesterday after noon in Gray's store. While Mrs. Borg was shopping, the child wanted a drink and the mother went back of the store and turned on the gasoline tap thinking it was a water tank and gave the child a drink. A doctor ws called and the child was removed to the hospital or treatment, and is re ported all right today. AUTOED FROM WIMBLEDON. Mr. and Mrs. Widdlfield and Mr. H. Bascom autoed down from Wimbledon and spent the day, leaving this after noon for Fargo. CROP CONDITIONS. E. J. Weiser of the first. National Bank, of Fargo was in the city yester day and left in the evening on the Soo line to look into crop conditions. Mr. W. S. Gunsalus, a farmer giving near Fleming, Pa., says he has used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy in his family for four teen years, and that he has found it to be an excellent remedy, and takes pleasure in recommending it. For sale by all dealers. THE PROOF. Edith Johnson, a graduate of tbs Mankato Commercial College and now a stenographer at Pierre, recommends tbs school In the following words: "Tour methods of teaching commercial education are unexcelled. That so many of your former students hold re sponsible positions is proof of the high standard of work required by you." The fall term of the school opens Sept. 2d. Would our catalogue inter est you? Then send for it. Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. For coal, wooa or zeea pnone 23. Ths »jpl«'s Fuel o. w-tl Teachers' Examination. The regular examination of appli cants for teachers' certificates will be held in Valley City, N. Dak., Thursday and Friday, August 8th and 9th, 1912, in the State Normal iSchool building beginning promptly at.8:30 a. m. MINNIE ,iN1HLSON. Supt. Barnes County Schools. Valley City, N. Dak, ytily 29th 1912. 7-31-ltd-ltw. SWEDISH LUTHERAN. Sunday, Aug 4. Services at Valley City, 3 p. m. at the Synod Lutheran church. Services at Hobart 10:30 a. m. Student Arthur Edstrom will con duct these services.. For good feed cheap call at the Peoples Fuel Co. 5-9-wtf Mrs. Arthur Morton of Pleasant Latke, N. D., is visiting at the home of "C. C. Chaffee. One of the most common ailments that hard working people are afflicted with is lamb back. Afoply Chamber lain's Liniment twice a day and mas sage the parts thoroughly at each ap plication, and you will bet quick relief. For sale by all dealers. (From Saturday's Daily.) ATTENDED TO DISPLAY. M, C. James and Ernest Hllborn re turned last night from Fargo after "at tending to the display at the state fair of the Northwest Nursery 'Company. BACK PROM FARGO. Prof. Perfect, Howard Clark and E. Hendricks of the Valley City band who have been in Fargo all the week playing at the state' fair returned home tonight. WIMBLEDON VISITORS. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gibson of Wim bledon are the guests today at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Pierce. BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY. Mrs. I. J. Moe was the honored guest of a jolly party, on the occasion of her birthday anniversary, Thursday evening at her home on Ninth Avenue. About fifteen of her friends flocked in upon her laden with goodies and bringing presents of cut glass and china. After an evening spent in a delightful informal way, a bountiful luncheon was served. RETURNED HOME, Thor. Ferrigan of Gray's Depart ment store returned last evening from Dickinson where he has spent the past week at the home of his sister. AT FAIR. Mrs. G. Webster and Master George are in Fargo this week attending the state fair. AT CRCOKSTON. Mr. and Mrs. John (Laird and chil dren left this morning for Crookston where they will make a short visit with relatives. FROM COURTENAY. Dr. and Mrs. G. P. iShepard of Cour tenay were the guests of friends in the city yesterday. VANCOUVER VISITORS. The Misses Marion and (Dorothy Nelson arrived today from Cancouver B. C., and will make an indefinite visit with their aunt Miss Anna Nelson. "I was cured of diarrhoea by one dose of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," writes M. E Gebhardt, Oriole, Pa. There is nothing better. For sale by all dealers. (From Thursday's Dally) FROM DAZEY. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nolte, were Dazey callers in the city today. VISIT RELATIVES. Bernard Cramer, of Colby, Wiscon sin arrived in the city the fore part of the week and will make an indefinite visit with relatives. MAJOR BLACK HERE. Major John D. Black arrived today from San Diego, California, where he has been for the past year and will spend sometime looking after his farming interests. FROM ORISKA. Jesse Taylor was a business caller from Oriska today. LOOKING AFTER INTERESTS. Mr. and Mrs. Sigfried are in the city this week from Fargo looking af ter business interests. COURTENAY VISITORS. Mrs. H. N. Tucker, of Courtenay, was the guest of friends here Wednes day. CHARGE OF INSTITUTE. L. "B. MoMullen returned Wednes day morning from Arcadia, Indiana, and will take charge of the Institute lyork at the Normal 'School. BABY BOY, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Bradley, of Mc Henry are the parents of a baby boy born last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Brad ley were foremerly residents of this city. PROSPECTS GOOD. One can plainly see Barnes County has once more taken her place as a crop producer judging from the way the farmers are hustling home ma chinery, men, etc. WILL ENTERTAIN. The Boys and Girls club ii District 'No. 12 will entertain their parents an-d friends in the Beil school house 'Friday afternoon from 3 to 5. Miss Mildlen Phil, who Is a member of the Summer School faculty will give an address and Miss Nelson, county sup erintendent will also talk. The mem bers of the club will meet at 2 o'clock. NEW ROAD. Surveyor Smith will have the road, known as the new Getchel Hill road ready for use in the near future. The county board are entitled to great cre dit for making the change, as the old hill has been most dangerous for W a FROM LEAL. H. W. Green, the bonanza farmer from Leal drove to the city in his new car today. He reports crop conditions very satisfactory. He says ''North Dakota is good enough for him." AUTOED FROM LITOHVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hanson and Miss Costello, autoed down from Litchvllle yesterday and spent the day shopping and visiting with friends. INSTALLING GAS ENGINE. The proprietors of the boat Monitor are installing a forty horse engine in their big boat in place of#the 18 horse power. Mr. Witham says he intends to build a mesh net around the rail so the passengers won't lose their hats when he lets her go full speed. The genial proprietor of the Ward robe Clothing Company has just re turned from a two weeks outing spent at Bald Eagle Lake, near St. Paul. Mr Marquisee is covered with tan and glory. The tan was acquired through blistering hours spent on the lake and the glory through that fact that he got the limit of fish every day he was away—so he says. Mr. Mar quisee states that while away, he made purchases for the fall and win ter business and promises his custo mers a splendid line of articles in everything the Wardrobe handles. jour store. Farmers' Mercantile Co., General Merchandise Dry Goods Hen's Furnishings Simon's Gloves Patterson Hats Warner's Corsets Hallmarck Shirts Selz and Gotzian Shoes Fancy and Staple Groceries Bour's Royal Garden Teas and Coffee Marquette and A. C. Canned Goods E. K. MYHRE, Mgr The Main Consideration In trading' is to get the best possible value for the money one spends, al so something that pleases the Indi vidual taste. As to value, we carry only first quality goods, which we buy to batter advantage than most stores, as we operate two large stores, and sell at a moderate profit. We have but one price to all, regardless of how much or how little you buy and an honest merchant can have but one price. 'I Regarding choice—its always larger here than elsewhere, there fore we are in a better position to give you merchandise that con forms to your own ideas and that you want. .* ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION with every purchase, or we'll refund your money The above, which is our "platform" should surely impress you with our dependability and make Everything to Wear For Men and Boys.,. HEARD IN VALLEY CITY. How Bad Backs Hav® Been Strong—-Kidney Ilia Corrected. All over Valley City you hear It. Doan's Kidney Pills are keeping sgr the good work. Valley City people are telling about it—telling of bad backs made sount again. You can believe the testimony of your own townspeo ple. They tell it for the benefit oft you who are suffering. If your back-, aches, if you feel lame, sore and mis* erable, if the kidneys are too fre quently, or passages are painful* scanty and off color, use Doan's Kid. ney Pills, the remedy that has hilpeA^ so many of your friends and neigh bors. Follow this Valley City citizen's advice and give Doan's a chance to da the same for you. Mrs. H. J. Ersfeld, 201 First SL, Vat ley City, N. Dak., says: "I know that Doan's Kidney Pills area specific for trouble caused by disordered kidnsjs. They have been used In our own hoses for dull, bearing-down pains in tit small of the back and difficulty wtlfci the kidney secretions. We have I great relief from this remedy and therefore recommend It." For sale by all dealers. Prioe cents. Foste-Milburn Co., Buffalo Mew Tork, sole agents for tbs Tiltii States. Rememiber the name—Dotn't take no other. IS 1 .1# *. .y. $ this store •-v.l •V"