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WEST PRAIRIE.
Oct. 15.—Threshing is the go with
everybody these days it seems. The
scarcity of men is quite a problem,
and many machines are running with
half a crew or better. ^j
Mrs. M. Moe visited Mrs. O. Hoi
xper& one day- last week.
Mrs. Mrs. L. S. Nordgaawl:'*andi
%Mldrea visited Gangestad's Thurs
day afternoon.
Olof and. Richard Skonnord called
ion Moe'e and Enerson's Sunday.
fMrs. B. Gangestad and daugh-
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An Hour of Memorable Entertainment—Love, Romance, Comedy
^?C -'w and Adventure.
No raise in price for this big feature
Don't Fall To Haar Miss Enaay Sing
THREE SHOWS: 7:30, 8:30 and 9:30 p. m.
Admission 5-10 cents. Bex seat* 15c. ..
Phone 419
WHERE EVERYONE GOES
County Correspondence
Ahna and Marion were in Valley
tty Saturday.
C. Olson was a Valley CSty call
.er Sunday. *,
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*Mirs. O. Oppesaard visited her par
»nts a few day* last week.
Christine Ffelstad and.Bndl Maasje
-S5*r!ife.¥#k9J'C-'rj?jks *v~
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A BIG FEATURE PICTURE AT THE
"Rex" Cbeater
(The Theatre Cozy)
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Classic Eclair Production of
ROBINHOOD
3 REELS
was out for a drive last Sunday.
Mr. Schrieber, J. Velure and son
Lawrence, C. W. Erickson, Oluf Selbo
1*. S. Nordgaard, Obert Nordgaard and
George Solsvig visited Gangestad's
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Skonnord, M. O.
and Richard Skonnord, autoed to Val»
ley City to attend church last Sunday.
H. B. Gangestad was a Hastings
caller Monday.
Carl Skonnord and Hilda Lauritson
visited tiie former's brother near
Oriska last week.
Mr. and Mrs, Holbe
visited Gangestad's Sunday ibelore
last.
I and family
Mr._Nesheim drove to Hastings Sat
urday before last and went from then
to Valley CSty in the afternoon.
Conrad Berg took a load of wheat
to Hastings Saturday.
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FREE DAILY CONCERTS
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THE WEEKLY TIMES-RECORD/ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
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We arejustm receipt of a shipment ot nearly halt a carload of
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All in the new models and the very latest designs. Gome in and
we will show you every style of VICTROLA made by the
Company• These new machines
have to be seen to be appreciated
Rev. Foss visited Strand's Saturday,
and read with Ms conflrmants at the
same time.
Norm 'Froid called on Gangestad to
borrow oats Thursday.
Anna and Lina Velure and Carrie
Oppegaard came out from Valley City
Sunday.
The Skonnord family called dn
Moe'a (Sunday before last.
Those who had dinner at Gange
stad's Sunday before last were, -Mr.
and Mrs. J. Velure and family, Carrie
Oppegaard, Carl Oppegaard and Rev.
Foes
Nilda Velure came home Friday be
fore last for a visit with her parents
over Sunday.
Mrs. F. Nelson visited Mrs. Fal
stad one day last week.
iMr. Neehehn visited Erickson's last
week and saw after his intersts here
at the same time.
Martin Oppegaard drove to Valley
•City Wednesday.
Mies Mimmiek waa out tor a walk
Thursday evening. O slush!
WilMe Velure visited Gangestad's
Tuesday.
Olaf Skonnord dfoSre home a few
colts from Enerson's (pasture Mon
day.
Tina and Clara Billet, Hazel Erick
£on and Mamie Johnson visited at
Gangestad's one day last week.
li. S. Nordgaard and family visited
Carl Jornson's Sunday,
•M. O. and Arthur Skonnord drove
to Valley City Saturday returning on
Sunday.
Nlld and Arnold Velure visited with
Minnie Larson Saturday.
Couple Observes Golden
Wedding Anniversary
OLO RESIDENTS OF COUNTY CEL
EBRATE FIFTIETH ANNIVER
SARY OT (MARRIAGE.
IFifty years ago Mr. and Mrs. P, J.
tXoxon of this city were united in mar
Tiage, and to commemorate the event
will celebrate their golden wedding
tomorrow at their home in this city.
Many members of the family are here
from out of town, and the occasion
will be one of general rejoicing.
Among those who have already arriv
ed, are Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Cooper of
Bloomfield, Ontario, iMr. and Mrs. R.
Noaaa of Missouri, and Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Pickett of Led.
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DAKOTA DRUG
Well Known Couple
THE BIG ON THE CORNER
A. S. SIQURDSON Manager
Married Wednesday
AMY GRAY AND DR. E. G- ROB
ERTS UNITED AT CHARMING
HOME WEDDING.
Last evening, at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. iH.
Gray, and amid an assemblage of
forty immediate friends and relatives,
occurred the wedding of Miss Amy
Marguerite Gray to Dr. Edward Rey
nold Roberts, of this city.
The guests were ushered into the
home *by the Misses Delia Codding
and Hermione Winterer and preced
ing the ceremony Miss Kathryn En
sey sang "I Love You Truly."
Promptly at 6 o'clock, Mrs. Knute
iFroysaa, presiding at the piano, be
gan to play the Mendelssohn Wed
ding March, and the groom and the
best man, Mr. Lorn S. Ritchie, took
their places at the improvised tltar in
the bay window of tihe parlor, which
was banked with palms, ferns and
•white chrysanthemums. The shades
were drawn and the rooms softly
lighted with white tapers- While they
arwaited the bridal party, little Miss
•Harriet Winterer and Pauline McFar
land in dainty white, entered the par
lors from the dining room, forming
an aisle by stretching white iribbons
from baskets filled with flowers.
Through the aisle thus fomred the
maid of honor, Miss Florence Winter
er, entered, gowned in rose brocaded
charmeuse and carrying a huge arm
bouquet of pink Killarney roses tied
with tulle.
The bride, leaning on the arm of
her father, entered next. She was
beautiful in a gown of duchess lace
over white satin and carried a hand
some bouquet of white roses.
Rev. L. G. Moultrie, of All Saints
•Eposcopal church, read the impres
sive service' and at its conclusion the
bridal couple received the congratu
lations of those present. During the
ceremony Prof. Kniite Fraysaa play
ed iHandel's "Largo" on the violin,
unaccompanied.
The dining room appointments were
charming, a basket of white carna
tions surrounded with smilax and
ferns gracing the center of the table,
embroidered linen completing an ef
fective setting.
TOtose who assisted Mrs. Gray in
serving and throughout the evening,
IH* iMhftos cab hak AtmAtte
bam! aai a«a the! cImb.
were Mesdames Herman Winterer, K.
A. Bonhue, A. J. Codding, and the
Misses Hermione Winterer, Amanda
and Marguerite Donhus.
The gifts were handsome and num
erous. 3
The hap^y couple left in the eve
ning train for Minneapolis, and later
will go to Chicago and Montezuma,
Iowa, where they win spend several
weeks with relatives. Returning they
will be at home in this city after Jan
uary firsi
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The recoil does the work of reloading and ejecting
instead of pounding your shoulder. Five shots—just
pull and release the trigger. Your action stays open
and warns you when it's time to shove in afresh dip.
You can never get in a tight place—the gun never
clogs. Each shot strikes a one ton blow.
Simple action—simple take-down.
Scad for a motion piston booklet eaphiainl As
Atnmiton-UMC Autoloading Rifle's bi| poiats.
Remington' UMC Metallic Cartridges cnmbsie die
Jughetf velocity with the greatest shooting accuracy.
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Made in afl calibres (or every standard firearm.
When Remington- UMC cartridges are used,
die aim is guaranteed to the full extent of die
manufacturer's guarantee.
Remington- UMC—the
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ARNESON HARDWARE GO.
MAIN STREET, VALLEY CITY
THREE
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RIFLE.
All the advantages of
the big game arm with
none of its
forts or annoyances—
perfect abootintf wfci—Hia
Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cartridge Co.
Haw Yeafc Of
WINDOW OISI
One of the best advertisemnts for
Valley City seen for some time is in
the recent edition of the National
Bankers' directory, which is just off
the press. In listing the banks of
North Dakota, the Bank of Valley
City is given a prominent place
across the top of the two page map.
of the state. The ad. not enly
mm
tions the bank, but the resooices of
the city and county, and suggests the
advisability of investments la. this,
section of th# state.
$
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