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PASS POUR
'Ti'
Qriddle Cake
Season
will soon be here and we will
have everything of the Best
in the griddle cake flours.
Larromis Buckwheat flour,
put up at Cohocton, N. Y.,
by the best buckwheat mill in
the world.
Aunt Jemima's Pancake
flour for griddle cakes, muf
fins, waffles and gems.
Talcon Pancake flour, com
posed of wheat, corn, rye,
phosphate and soda.
Hiawatha Maple Sap Syr
up, Pure Maple Sap syrup,
direct from the trees of Ver
mont.
Chaffee-Warley Go.
The Quality Grocers
Phones 06-58
THE CITY
If you desire to cafl the Times-Re
cord call Number 4 and not Number S.
Rev. James Anderson loaded his
car of household goods and it went
forward to Jamestown Thursday.
Mrs. Xeuman came out from Min
neapolis Monday, and is spending the
week with her husband, C. Neuman,
of the Carpenter Neuman Lumber
company.
FOR SALE.
We ihave the largest stock of soft
coal in the city and our coal is all
of the best grade. The Peoples "Fuel
company. (10-17-tf)
Mrs. Cameron Mann came up from
Fargo on Tuesday morning to attend
the Episcopal Parish party and was
the guest at the home of Rev. and
:Mrs.
L. G. Moultrie for a couple of
days.
ART CLASSES.
In Oil, Water Colors, Drawing,
Art Crafts, Tooled nd Emboss
ed Leather, Metal Work. Phone
93. Beatrice Sorem, Art Con
servatory Graduate.
East
Main
Street
fr:
Waffle Irons
h,'v
Suit Gases
IS.:
"THE FAIR"
"THE FAIR"
Hon. James Collins of Grand Forks
was a business caller in town on
Tuesday.
James, Cooper, who has 'been visit
ing at his old home in England, re
turned Sunday.
Edward Asp leaves Friday morning
for 'Bismarck, to confer with the Com
mercial club in regard to moving his
establishment to that city.
C. 'F. Luessen & Son are shipping
today (Thursday) five cars of cattle
to the eastern market. A part of the
stock were fetched from Montana and
the balance were bought here.
LIGHTING OUTFIT FOR 3ALE.
Complete gasoline lighting outfit for'
a store or a hall. Practically new, and
in first class condition. Apply to the
Times-Record. (tf)
A bright little boy arrived Monday
at the home of L. Whitson, where he
found a cheerful welcome awaiting
him.
Mrs. Harry Jacobson entertained a
few friends Monday evening in honor
of Miss Edna Ray, It was the birth
day of the guest of honor, who was
remembered with many beautiful
presents. 'Refreshments were served
and a very pleasant evening enjoyed.
APPLES AND PEARS.
I will have a car of choice Michi
gan apples in barrels on track in a
very few days, consisting of Baldwins,
Greenings, Spies and iRussetts. Also
Pears in bulk. Bring sacks. All will
go at right prices. E. "L. McfGee.
(10-17-2tw)
HOUSE FOR SALE.
A fine house with eight rooms, city
water, electric lights, cistern, shade
trees, and cement walks-. Fine loca
tion, being one block from High and
Graded Schools. South front. Good
barn or garage on premises. A great
bargain for only $2,200.00. Easy terms.
iMust be sold in ten days.
1 ML 1 Hill
THE 8EBVICE STORK
5
Hallowe'en Goods
Specials For Saturday
A Good Housebroom for Dime
Brooms made of good clean stock, large full head, 4 sewed. We
have 50 of these brooms and while they last we
will sell them one to a customer i.... Lwt
Of all kinds
and descriptions. A large
assortment to
Prices range
from
choose from.
and
op
98c
"Royal" Chocolate Chips
HENRY & HENRY,
American Natl. Sank Bldg.
FOR HER DAUGHTER.
Mrs. George M. Young entertained
on Saturday afternoon for her little
daughter Kathryn, on the occasion of
her third birthday anniversary. Nine
wee boys and girls, all just turned
three, with their mammas, were bid
den. After some joily games the
guests adjourned to the dining room
which was prettily decorated with
pink roses, and centered with a fe&
tive birthday cake with pink candles
Favors of tiny dolls were given eacfh
small gueet.
Phone
No.
418
17 Inch Galvanized Goal
Hod and Japanned Shovel
17 inch opened galvanized hod. The best
size. Remember that they are the heavy
galvanized kind.
Shovel and Hod
Wagner's Auto Ball-Bearing-Ama ric an
Waffle Irons- Reversible, 9£ inches in diameter. When open
the irnn is securely fastened and will not turn. rfQ_
Fits either an 8 or 9 stove. Each M. L/C
Pnre
chips, at per lb A/C
Ladies and Childrens Underwear,
Hosiery and Sweaters
When frt need of any tilings in these lines remember that you
can save money if you buy from us.
The latest popular sheet music
per
25c
Pumpkin Lanterns, Black Cats,
Witches and Comical Figures. Also Paper Napkins with
Hallowe'en Designs.
Choc°iale co'"ed
THE WEEKLY TIMES-RECORD,
Subscribe for the Times-Record.
flVty Pattern Hats will arrive to
day from New York. Call and see
them, C. M. iLagerstrom.
FOR RENT OR SALE.
Five room cottage close to Normal
school, 622 Euclid avenue 100 foot
frontage fine shade trees, etc. Henry
& Henry, 'American National Bank
Building. (lK17-tf)
The choir boys of the (Episcopal
church will meet tor practice at the
church on 'Friday evening at seven
o'clock. Will all the boys please be
there, and especially the new mem
ibers. 'Next Sunday being the third
Sunday in the month, there will be
the celebration of the Holy Commu
nion in All Saints Episcopal church
at eight o'clock.
The annual meeting of the Valley
City Chautauqua Assembly will be
held Friday evening at eight o'clock
at the offices of the 'North Dakota
(Mutual 'Fire Insurance company, and
it is hoped that there will be a large
attendance of members. Plans are
to be laid for next year, and the
problem of finances will also come in
for consideration.
SYNOD LUTHERAN.
C. G. Naeseth, Pastor.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
There will be no services next Sun
day, as the pastor will be in Nome
to assist Rev. Struxness. There will
be services both morning and eve
ning, Oct. 27.
The confirmation class will meet on
'Friday instead of Saturday this week.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet
in circles on Thursday of next week.
Fifty Pattern Hats will arrive to
day from New York. Call and eee
them. C. M. La'gerstrom.
A JOLLY COMEDIAN IN A JOLLY
SHOW HERE SOON.
The past season has developed an
entirely new form of theatrical enter
tainment. It is nothing else than a
musical farce. Someone conceived
the idea of taking a brisk farce, bring
ing it up to date and interpolating
musical numbers, the idea proved an
immediate success. It is in this style
of entertainment that Billy (Single)
Clifford will come to the Armory on
Oct- 22nd.
The offering is called "The irl,
The Man and The Game" being a
lively farce, with a laugh in every line
and interspersed therein no less than
eighteen tuneful songs added for
good measure. Billy is seen to the
best possible advantage and is sur
rounded by an excellent company and
a chorus of remarkably pretty girls
•who sing and dance in a very accept
able manner.
iFINGAL ITEMS.
From the Herald:
A large number of Fingal people
attended the funeral of T. A. Thor
keflson at Valley City Saturday after
noon.
Druggist Oscar M. Olson of Minne
waukan, this state, spent Saturday
and .Sunday, with the home folks in
this city.,
iMrsv Joseph Puhr returned to her
home at Valley City the latter part
of last week after a month's visit
with relatives north of town.
The Misses Freda Maurer, True
Spangenburg and Georgia Turk of the
village schools spept Saturday and
Sunday at Valley City.
Banker and (Mrs. E. A. 4Mickelsen
and Miss Lillian 'Mickelsen of Kath
ryn were- over 'Sunday visitors with
A. Mickelson and family.
Thursday from 7:30 to 8:30 is the
hour for the mid-week,meeting of the
church. The member^ of the church
and the .friends of the church are
urged to make no engagements for
this hour on Thursday evenings but
to leave it free for the religious and
oscial meeting of the people. You are
invited to come and to bring your
friends.
iFIRST CONGREGATIONAL.
Willard Crosby Lyon, Ministe
Sunday morning worship at 11:00
o'clock.
Theme—"The Church and Social
•Service." This is the third in the
series of sermons on "The Efficient
Church.''
Sunday school at 12:15 o'clock, Prof.
A. P. Hollis, Supt.
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 7:00 o'clock. The pres
ent struggle for liberty in China is the
topic of interest.
Evening worship at 8:00 o'clock.
The Rev. H. V. Adams of Des 'Moines,
Iowa, tflll dediver his noted address
on "The Champion Wrestler." Dr.
Adams will be remembered by many
as the speaker at the Chautauqua a
year ago, and all who heard him then
will not fail to hear him again. He
comes to us without charge and ad
mission will be free. The offering of
the evening will be given to him in
taken of appreciation.
Wednesday at 2:30 the Ladles'
Guild meets. At 7:30 there will be
the weekly meeting of the Boy Scouts.
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THUPWMY, OCTOMft 17, 1912.
We Are Skowiarf A
Bitf Line of Ladies'
and Children's
Sweaters, at
$125 to $7.00
This lot at
$7.50
We have just
received a lot
of Stylish new
Models which
we want you
to see
Twin City Headquarters fir
Live Poultry
Chickens, Docks, Geese
Turkeys. Guinea Fowl
E A
Veal, Hogs, Mutton
White Beans
IMMM Quitltlw WaiM
Pr«ft Rtnras,SititfKtirySilts
Write Tidiy far Prieis, Tip
E. COBB
St. Paul, Minn.
Ificvcacat Pint HaOml Baak 278
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The Most Complete Stock of Dty Goods in Valley City
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A 10 Days* Sale of Dresses and Skirts
Sale Begins Friday, October 18th
RylE find we have too many Dresses and Skirts and
haa want to convert a lot of them into cash at once.
To do this we are making prices that ought to sell
every one of them during this Ten Days' Sale. If
you are needing a Skirt or Dress don't miss this
opportunity.
Dresses Worth Up To $15.00, Now $7.50
Queen Quality** shoes haye a
nack of satisfying when others fail
For style, fit ana comfort unsur
passed. Prices
AUL WE ASK ilS THAT TOU
GTVE THUM A TRIAL
A SWELL LINE OP LADIES HATS WORTH UP TO 5.50 NOW..
includes a lot of Pretty Styles in Silk, Serge and Panama, that
have beeu selling at $10.00, $12,00 and $15.00. If you want a Neat Stylish Dress
at a Moderate Price, here is YOUR CHANCE to get one. They come in a big
range of Styles, Colors and Sizes. During this sale ©T £311
they will all go at
•OW
We have another lot of Dresses worth up to 27.5o now
Skirts Worth Up To $15.00, Now $7.50
This lot includes some of the Best Skirts we have in stock. They come in beauti
fully trimmed Voile, Serge and Panama. If you want a NICE SKIRT 07
at a saving of $2.50 to $7.50, buy it now during this sale, at only eOU
ONE LOT OF SHIRT WAISTS WORTH UP TO $2.00 NOW 4 9
1
ONE LOT OP LARGE SIZED COTTON'BLANKETS WORTH $1.50, NOW 98c
A Beautiful Line of
Ladies Coats
'Not in years have the Coats been as Stylish and Pretty as they
are this season. There is such a variety of materials that you
can easily find a Coat that you like, and at about the price
you want to pay. We have just received a lot of New Models
which We want you to see. Wont you give us a chance to
show YOU? ....
Ladies* Goats $10 to $47.50
We Have a Splendid line of Soils at $15.00 to $35.00
Will
BOWEN & HOLLINSHEAO
Dray and Transfer Line
Moving a Specialty
Office Witter's Candy Store
Day Phone 52 Night Phone 232
$2,600.00
Bh Ym
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The Store That ll'llllS
Sells "MuoaM"
Underwear For
Women and
Children
$15
We would like
to add your
name to our
long list of
satisfied Shoe
customers.
$3.50
Modem Haise
Good looation, six rooms, olosots, pantry, full
basement, hardwood floors, hot water hsat,
city wator, olootrio lights, walls nowly kml
sominsd ovsrything in ffirst-olaas shapo.
*Terms: Part cash balance on terms to suit the
'. ^purchaser.
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