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THE CITY
COOK WITH GASl (tf)
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ilir. James Nelson of Rogers spent
Sunday at the Robert Bailey home on
Third avenue. "V
Air. and Mrs. E. I. Noxon arrived
here Wednesday from St. Louis, Mo.,
to spend several days visiting with
Sit. and Mrs. I?. W. Noxon.
United 'States Commissioner C. A.
Zabel makes out pension papers.
The Times Record -wants a corres
pondent in every neighborhood in the
county. Write in ifor supplies or call
at the- office.
For com. wooa or reed pnooe 23. Th*
Hsipl«'s Fuel o. w-t*
VISITING PARENTS.
Mrs. iGeorge Noren, of Richardton,
Is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. V. Codding this week.
FOR SALE.
A seven room residence in good lo
cation and at right price. Phone 23.
(10-17-tf)
Mrs. S. Oglesby entertained Miss
Irene English Monday evening. Miss
fHtaglish arvved here Monday from the
west and is on her way to tBradnerd
to visit her mother.
A meeting of B. P. O. E. 1110 -will
fee held on Friday evening, October
18, for the purpose
of
Hand Painted Place Cards, Menu
Cards, Favors and Tally Cards,
Original Ideas. Phone 93.
mim
filling the office1
xf 19bteemed Leading Knight, also for
^tny other vacancies caused there
tram. M. IP. KROGH, Ex. Ruler.
«. W. BASSETT, Sec.
LEFT ON TUESDAY.
Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Jones and Miss
Vivian left Tuesday evening for Ham
burg, Iowa, where they will spend a
couple of weeks before goring on for
the winter in 'Cuba. They were ac
companied as far as Minneapolis toy
Mrs. J. E. Jones, who will visit there
for several days with friends.
(Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Young had
lor a guest Sunday and Monday a
cousin of the latter, Mr. Fred J.
Strong of Americus, Ga. Mr. Strong
is a manufacturer of canned goods,
and his mission to this state was
partly business.
Beatrice Sorem.
Ifs a Question of Quality—Ttiat's All
Any man who
buys Clothing here is
getting the best of qual
ity and value for the
price he pays. If you
want clothing that is
the real thing and not
the imitation, and will
pay a fair price for
garments which will
stand the.test, you make
it a certainty in
Straus Label Clothes
.—Mad* By-—
L-Systin, Kuppenhsiner. Fltform,
Cambridge Union
SI2.00 to $3,000
Give
Boys' Suits mil Overcoats
I the boys are hard oil clothes bring them to us. We 11 fix them
up with clothing that combines style, fit and greater durability
than you ever thought possible.
$3.50 to
Mackinaws
Have you noticed the number
of mackinaws worn these
days If you intend getting
one and want it to be right,
see what's here,(
4.50 to
$15.00
if
Green Trad
iai Stamps
EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS
t.jg FV
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COOK WITH aA»..|^ |Ki^ (tf)
See Story'* ad elsewhere la thi»
issue. It's a snap. 10-10-tfd
Correspondents wanted. Write this
paper.
Piano Tuning, Regulating, Repair
ing, Touch-up and Polishing organs
repaired phone 63-4L. (10-l7-4w*)
IN FARGO.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Mortgude and
son are spending a few days with
relatives in Fargo this week.
Phone society sews to society ed
itor, phone No. 4.
IN BICMAROK.
Mrs. Allie Jeffere spent Saturday
and Sunday with her brother, G.
Stickley of Bismarck.
NOTICE!
If nut coal is too small for your
furnace, phone 23 for a load of our
furnace coal. .The Peoples 'Fuel com
pany. (10-17-tf)
Mrs. 'Walter G. Watsin of Calgary,
Canada, arrived here Wednesday
morning and will visit with her moth
er, Mrs. F. Oraswell. Mr. Watson
will arrive later.
Laborers wanted at Gas Works.
Wages 13.00 per day pay each week
apply to C. O. 'Sandahl. (10-17-lw)
A. P. Anderson has been kept busy
this fall with a considerable amount
of building in various parts of the
county. He is now at work on the
'Catholic church at Oriska, and when
finished there will go to Sanborn on
a similar job.
'Kensal Journal: Mrs- C. J. Croon
quist went down to Valley City last
Thursday evening for a visit with her
daughter. Miss Anna, who is attend
ing the 'Xonnal, and to take in the
Schumann-Heink concert, returning
home Sunday evening.
The splendid weather of the past
coupfle of weeks has been of untold
benefit to the farmers, and it is esti
mated that threshing is fully three
quarters finished at, this time, over
the country. This year has been a
splendid one for crops and will go
down in history as one of prosperity.
ALTAR GUILD PARTY.
The party given by the members of
the Altar Guild to their friends at the
home of Miss Esther Peake on Satur
day evening proved most enjoyable.
The-evening was spent in games of
various sorts and in popping corn over
the big grate fire and telling stories,
and was concluded with luncheon.
Sweaters
More popular than ever, there
fore harder to get, that is
good ones. Anew lot has just
come in. We think they're
fine and believe you'll ffO
like them too, $1.50 to..
We Give
I
Greea Trad
ing Stamps
ap^W'ATi'^WM^W/ & 8
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THE WKUCLY TIMES-RECORD, THURSDAY, OCTOMKR 17r1»12.
DRESS GOODS
One lot of Fall Dress
Goods worth up to 65c
per yard
Special
48c per Yd.
Remember we give S. & H.
Green Trading Stamps for
every 10c spent here. Save
them and get a nice prem
ium FREE.
COOK WITH GAS. (tf)
Dr. E. R- Roberta, Oentist. Phone
6 American National Bank Block.
Hon. and Mrs. Sam J. Aandahl of
iLitchviile were in town Tuesday trans
acting business and calling on their
many friends here-
FURNACE COAL-
We have 500 tons of Anthracite
furnace coall of the best grade. Phone
23. (10-17-tf)
A. A. Trovaten, representing the
(Society of Equityof the state, spent
yesterday in the city, calling on local
elevators.
Carrington independent: 'Miss Eve
lyn Aikens, of the public schools, vis
ited friends at Valley City and took
in the Schumann-Heink concert re
cently.
Little iMiss Hazel Osborn, who is
only three and a half years of age "was
a patient at the Riverside hospital
from Friday until Monday, where she
underwent a slight operation.
Courtenay Gazette: Erwin Schrade
the eleven year old son of Harry
Schrade, who lives just west of town
was taken to the hospital in Valley
City Thursday evening suffering from
an injury to the head, caused by be
ing thrown from a horse. He was
accompanied by Dr. Rasmusson.
FOR SALE.
'One seven room house in good loca
tion at right price. Phone 23.
(10-17-tf)
'Frank iSincler, a thresher hand is
in jail at Fessenden, waiting itrial
before the district court on a charge
of assault with a dangerous weapon.
He made a fierce attack on Martin
Mangen, another thresher, with a
huge meat fork. The fork had a
handle 2% feet long and three steel
tines three inches long. Mangen was four
struck about the face and body sev
eral times with, this weapon. The as
sault was made at the cook car of
Peter Schneider, on the Absolom Du
molin farm in the vicinity of Sykes
ton. Sincler is held under bonds of
*750.
(When a person gets something for
nothing, said something usually con
tains a joker or has a string attach
ed to it. For instance, a certain
p-eacher received from a patent medi
cine company an offer to provide his
church with song books free of any
charge. It was explained that there
would be a few ads in the front and
.back of the books hut that these ads
would not be offensive to the mem
bers of the congregation. Since the
ibooks were being secured for noth
ing, the preacher gave the order and
the 'books arrived. He found the ads
to be mildly worded and decided to
use the books. He explained from
the pulpit how the books had been se
cured, and announced that they would
sing No. 274. Imagine the surprise
when, on Teaching the second verse,
they found themselves singing "Hark,
-the Heavenly angelg sing, Johnson's
pills axe just the thing Angelic voices
meek and mild—two for a man and
one for child-"
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"T^OR this winter, and we ask you to* come in and let us show you our
line, which is the biggest in Valley City, before you buy. We are
sure we can save you some money on anything you buy here. The
selections are the biggest in the city, the quality the best and the prices
the lowest.
We carry a complete line of Ladies', Misses', Juniors' and Children's Coats in
any size you want. Our coats are made of the best all wool materials in all the new
styles and color's.. We will be glad to show you our stock, even if you don't buy,
but come in anyhow and look around. We have a swell line of coats.
7.75. 8.95, 10.00, 12.00, 15.00 and Up
SPECIALS FOR ALL NEXT WEEK
BLANHTS
-$1.25 Double Cotton Blan
kets, assorted colors.
Large size
Special
A have had the pleasure of assisting
Prof. Patty in the giving of this lec
ture, and can recommend it without
hesitation.
^'WT'S'
98c Pair
NOTICE: You will find hundreds of bargains not advertised here. Come in and see
A COMMUNICATION.
Editor Times-Record:
I am very glad to testify that the
lecture on "Liquid Air, Wireless Tel
egraphy and Radium," to be given
here soon by Prof. Patty under the
auspices of the high school, is an ex
cellent one.
I think that every one should be
able to say that he has seen liquid
air, and the opportunities of doing
so are confined pretty closely to the
universities. So far as I know the
agency sending out Prof. Patty is the
mly one dealing in liquid air and this
"l&ency is careful not to cover the
satae territory frequently.
Yours very truly,
LYNN B. McMfULLDN.
A. H. 'Hanson and Tony Amundson
of Nome were in town Monday eve
ning. The trip was made by automo
bile.
Rev. L. G. Moultrie -accompanied
Bishop Mann to Devils Lake Sunday
evening to attend the funeral of Rev.
Reese who has been in charge of the
Ft. Totten mission-for the last twenty]
years. He was eighty years of age
and died of cancer.
RETURNED TO CITY.
Mrs. I. D. Orton and children, who
have been visiting w4th relatives at
Princeton, Missouri, for the last two
weeks, returned ihere on Monday and
will spend a couple of weeks with her
parents, Mr and Mrs. B. F. Codding
before leaving for her home in the
west.
Donald McKay of Grand Prairie died
Monday night at 8 o'clock of typhoid
fever, after a sickness of about four
weeks. iHe was 31 years old, and was
a brother of H. K. McKay of this
dity. He leaves, 'besides his parent's,
brothers, two sisters, and his
parents, The funeral was held Wed-
nesday afternoon
Prairie church.
from the Grand
The Times-Record has a full line ef
carbon paper. Phone your order.
NOTICE
We have something THAT WILL
•INTEREST YOU! Something
that you have ibeen looking for.
We Invite You
To Call and Inspect this new
BUTLER EYEGLASS N0UITII6
(The name stamped on the bridge)
You will agree it is PERFECT,
when fit by one who has master
a. ed the Science of Eye Testing.
A. R. BUTLER
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Phone 377
7
LADIES SKIRTS
One lot of Ladies' Skirts
in most all sizes and colors,
value up to $8.00 each
Special
ALLEY CITY. NJ3AH.
3,65 Each
MOTHERS!
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR SALE—A hard coal heater,
range, bed and dresser phone 384-J.
(10-17-2tw)
FOR SALE—Organ in fine condition
$20 cash phone 63-L (10-17-2W*)
FOR RENT—Four down stairs rooms.
Phone 384-J. (10-17-2tw)
WANTED TO IftENT—•Good farm
with good buildings by first class
•farmer leave word at Times-iRec
ord office. (10-17-2tw*)
FOR iRENIT—Furnished room in mod
ern house inquire .M. P. Krough,
Anderson Clothing company phone
211-J. (10-17-tf)
Capital $100,00000
1 VJtt- J.
3068
stop it. We are taking care of many cases.
SPENCER D. REED, Spinal Specialist
WANTS
pa* mm
SAVE your Green Trad­
ing Stamps, they are valu
able to you.
If your children are troubled with
BED WETTING, Spond totherapy will
Phono 155
OVU
CITY DMIQ STORK
FOR REN7T—(Four modern upstairs
rooms phone 384-J. (10-17-ltw*
FOR RENT—Four modern upstairs
rooms phone 384-J. (10-17-ltw*|k
APPLES AND PEARS.
I will have a car of choice Michigan
apples in barrels on tracy in a
APPLES
Closing Out Car
Hand Picked Missouri
Apples. Johnothan,
Grimes and Golden.
Thls Week Only At Very Low Prieee
1
WUkerson & V. Q. Co.
MEXICO, MO.
tot
few days, consisting of (Baldwins*
Greenings, Spies and Russetts. Afc»
Pears in bulk. Bring sacks. All iriK
go at right prices. E. L. .MoGee.
(10-17-2tw)
The large water tank located at
Brackett fourteen miles northeast of
here on the 'N. P. burst this afternwMfc.
and one of the carpenters employed,
in repairing it met with injuries that
may prove ifataft. His skul' was frac
tured and he was injured internally.
Hake This Bank Yours
in the fullest sense of the word!
Yours for the safe keeping
Funds for Collection, Drafts, Travel
ers Checks, or Money Orders.
Yours for Assistance in Business
Matters, for everything which an ac
comodating- bank can be called on for.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
VALLEY CITV, NORTH DAKOTA
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