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•Mrs. W. D. Jeffrey spent Wednes
day with friends In Fargo.
tW. F. uoodall of aanborn was in
town on buainess Monday.
Mrs. James Grady was the guest of
friends in Fargo yesterday. .Hl»
Mrs. C. J. Christenson of Rogers was
visiting with friends and relatives in
town Wednesday.
Idoyd Witter went to Grand Forks
today and wit! visit over Sunday with
Cuyler Anderson.
Tlie St. Catherine Sewing Guild will
meet at the home of Mrs. John Wetin
on Wednesday. Oct. 30th.
aposrtion airclgar gifl at the Hotel
Rudolf and assume* her new duties
Tuesday.
Mrs. H. A. Presler has for her house
guest this week Mrs. Morris Wright,
of Bosemen, Mont., who arrived on
Tuesday evening from the east where
«he has been visiting for several
weeks.
Mra. S. Brown has Issued unique in
vitations to a number of her friends
for a delightful party on Hallowe'en
night. The guests a rreequested to
come dressed as wee boys and girls
aad a delightful time is anticipated.
Mrs. E. 8. Cole entertained infor
mally at her home on Fourth avenue
last evening for Mrs. Morris Wright,
of Bobeman, Mont. Guests were bid
den for two tables of bride and lunch
eon was served at the conclusion of
the games.
The Misses (Dorothy and 'Ruth Cal
endar. left Wednesday morning for
Moose Jaw, Sask., to dsit until Sun
day wiitjp their mothers ^hoh as beeh
111 at that point for some time. They
were accompanied by their cousin,
Mrs. Gibbs, who has been visiting
them the past week.
The four circles of the Ladies' Aid
«oeiety of the Synod 'Lutheran church
held a joint meeting at the church
this afternoon in honor of Mrs. Jo
hanne Bakke, who for many years
took a prominent part in the work
of the society. Mrs. (Bakke has been
visiting with Mrs. T. A. Thorkelson
the past two weeks. Her present home
is at Floan, lowa-
Rev. H. V. Adams of Des Moines
-occupied the pulpit at the Congrega
tional church Sunday evening. Many
in town have known Mr. Adams in
Des Moinnes and others had. heard
him here at the Chautauqua, so that
his audience-was made up largely of
friends who were acquainted with
him. 'Ha was a guest of Superinten
dent Hanna while in town.
FOR EXOI^pE^-|^ythli^s you are
not' using may be'-of great vaJusr-tt
some one else. Trade with them.
A three line ad. run three days will
And what you need.
(From Saturday's Daily)
Dr. E. R. Roberta, dentist. Phone
6 American National Bank Block.
Remember the big Hollowe'eri Car
nival given by the Royal 'Neighbors
at K. P. hall, October 25th, at 8:00
p. m. All kinds of fun. Good music
and dancing. Son't forget the date.
Everybody welcome. Admission 25
cents. (10-23-3d)
Robert Joos of the Right 'Price de
partment store, will be married on
Thursday, Oct. 24th, to Miss Char-,
lotte Tighe of Rider, a Normal stu
dent who was formerly in the office
of Contractor W. J. Curren. The
wedding will take place at the home
of the bride at Rider.
Dick Lamb of Dilworth, who played
ball with the local team early in-the
season, was here Tuesday visiting
friends It is said, as is, usual in
most instances, there was a woman
in the case however, in this in
stance it was a very attractive young
lady and none can tolame the young
man for being susceptible to the at
traction.
The Arneson Hardware company,
for the benefit of their German trade,
have employed 'Mr George Greiner of
Hlbblng, Minn. Mr. Greiner is en
experienced hardware man,' and will
have charge of the hardware depart
ment, and will cater to the wants of
those deisring anything in the line
a a
MANUFACTURERS VS. (FARMERS-
Who ever heard of manufacturers
of protected articles working and
voting for the removal of the tariff on
their products?
Some of our democratic friends are
urging us* to vote for Wilson and the
removal of the duty on grain from
Canada.
(From Monday'* Daily) ',
lu A"'
Swbscrlbefor the Times-Rscord.
C. E. Betcheller of Fingal was reg
istered at the Kindred Sunday.
'Banker F.. O. Brewster of Harvey
was an over Sunday visitor in Val
ley City.
tN. M. Young, of Minneapolis, spent
Sunday with his ibrother, Geo. M.
Young of this place.
The 'Misses Oppegard and Scheele,
and Axel Olson, C.Jacobson and Olf
Oppegard of Dazey were in town Sun
day and were registered at the Ru
dolf. T/
JUST SAY—"I aaw it in the Times
Record "Want" columns (tf)
(From Wednesday's Daily)
CALL NUMBER POUR.
Phone society news to Society Edi-
J.". .I.it
.i!."
Thomas (Murphy of Sanborn is
spending the day in town on business.
Tom Casey of &»itchville was in
town Tuesday.
For Coal, Wood or Feed phone IS,
The Peoples Fuel Go. 12-lStf
F. E. Ployhar is out on the farm in
Morton county looking after the
threshing of his flax crop-
Former Mayor F. E. Wood is in
town today and reports his threshing
all done on his big farm north of
town. He reports a very satisfactory
crop.
It will pay you to investigate the mod
ern home Story offers for sale before
buying elsewhere. Ifs a snap.
10-10-tf-dw
FOR SALE.
We have the largest stock of soft
coal in the city and our coal is allf
of the best grade. The Peoples Fuel
company. (10-17-tf)
Mr. and -Mrs. JBurle .Carr of Leal j:
were in the cUy, jast evening to at
tend the performance of The Man,
the Girl, the Game.
FURNACE COAL.
We have 500 tons of Anthracite
furnace coafl of the best grade. Phone
23. (10-17-tf)
Harry West, manager of the Car
penter Neuman (Lumber company, was
married on Tuesday, at New Rock
ford to Miss Grace Henery of that
•place. The young couple will be in
Valley City in about a week and will
occupy the A. IP. Paulson house on
Columbia avenue.
(From Wednesday's Daily)
For good teed cheap call at the
Peoples Fur! Co. 5-9-wtf
iPiano Tuning, Repairing, Touch-up,
and Polishing. H. F. Clark, phone
63-L. Organs repaired. (10-23*26d^)
Harry Whitcher returned Monday
evening from Minneapolis where he
has been spending several days on
business.
Piano Tuning, Regulating, Repair
ing, Touch-up and (Polishing organs
repaired phone 65KL. (10-17-4W*)
Mrs. (Harriet Daniels of Mountain
Home, Idaho, and formerly of Oriska,
N. D„ has moved to Valley City and
will make her future home here-
Th£ Times Record wants a corres
pondent in every neighborhood in the
county. Write in (or supplies or call
at the office.
The heavy wind of Friday afternoon
broke the heavy plate glass in the
building occupied by the Rex theatre.
The window has been boarded up
awaiting the arrival of a new glass.
E. 6. JHiiborn of the Northwest
•Nursery company leaves tonight for
points in Saskatchewan, Canada, to
look after fall shipments of nursery
stock in that locality.
A. L. Tenney, district manager of
the Mutual life. Insurance* company
left yesterday for points west, on the
Carrington branch in the interests of
his company.
LIGHTING OUTFIT FOR SALE.
Complete gasoline lighting outfit for
a store or a hall. Practically new, and
in first class condition. Apply to the
Times-Record. (tf)
The prohibition presidential elector,
R. M. Oaldewood, .of Williston, will
speak at the M. E. church Sunday eve
ning. 'Mr. Caldewood is an interest
ing speaker and should have a large
audience.
You cannot afford to pay Tent when
you can buy a modern home tor lit
tle money. See Story, he has a snap
to offer you. 10-10-tf-d
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 (Russetts. Also
Pears in bulk. Bring sacks. All will
go at right prices. 'E. 1*. MOGee.
(10-17-4tw)
THE WEEKLY TIMES-RECORD, THURSDAY, OCTODER 24, 1912.
v, I 1"
See our big line of
All Wool Sweaters—
for ladies, men and
children.
SENATOR McCUMBER COMING.
The senior senator of North Dakota
will speak at the Armory theatde on
Friday evening, October 25th. Mr.
McCumber will address the voters in
the interest of the present adminis
tration and will undoubtedly make a
good address us he is recognized as
a very good speaker.
Miss Julia Erickson, principal of
the iKensal schools was a visitor with
friends between trains Tuesday on
her way to Grand Forks, where she
will attend an educational meeting.
Invitations have been issued for a
flawing party which will be given on
the night of October the thirtieth at
Odd Fellows' hall, by a number of wo
men of Valley City. The hostesses
will be Mrs. Grady, Mrs. iNelson, Mrs.
Henry, Mrs- Jones, Mrs. Slgurdson,
Miss Anderson, the Misses 'Henry,
•Miss Persons and Miss Stiles.
APPLES AND PEARS.
I will have a car of choice Michigan
apples in barrfejs. On. tracy in a very
few days, consisting of Baldwins.
Greenings, Spies and Russetts. Also
Pears in bulk. Bring sacks. All will
go at right prices. B- L. McGee.
(10-17-2tw)
The people of 'Valley City who are
interested in seeing a really newsy
and interesting paper published here)
will be conferring a great favor on 1
the editorial depatrment of the Times-'
Record by telephoning in any happen
ings that might be of interest. If
you or your friends ®re out of town
on any sort of mission let us know,
or if you have company, do likewise.
This is one way of boosting for a big
ger and better paper that will be
greatly appreciated by the whole fam
ily of readers, editors, reporters, and
all concerned in building and boost
ing for a bigger paper. Telephone 4.
ART CLASSES.
In
Oil, Water Colors, Dftwlng,
Art Crafts, Tooled nd Emboss
ed Leather, Metal Work. Phone
93. Beatrice Sorem, Art Con
...notary OrMW*-
Children's Fall Coats
We are very proud of our Chil
dren's Coats this season. They
are so well made, beautiful and
stylish, and the prices so popu
lar.<p></p>HfUl
You can get them at
Can Wa Sail Yon aNew Coat?
All we ask of you is to come in and loov* at our
300 COATS we have in stock now for Ladies and
Misses. When you see the STYLE, WORKMAN
SHIP, QUALITY of the Material, the Trimmings,
and compare them with any other line, you will
say that our Coats are the BEST and CHEAPEST.
You will have no trouble with our Coats. They
wear and they fit Just come in and let us try on a
few.<p></p>S7.75.tt.95,
The range of prices are
tt.51
MO, SI2tl 35
Hew Meat a Warn Ganfsrtabla Blanket
No Corns
Iff You
buy your Shoes here, as
we have shoes that will
fit any foot. Our stock
is now complete. You
better get your next new
pair here. We have
shoes for the whole fam
ily. in all sizes and
prices.
(From Tuesday's Daily)
C. C. iBurbank of Fargo, is spending
the day in town. His mission is one
of businese-
Clothing Merchant S. J- Marquisee
was a Fargo visitor the first of the
week returning Monday.
Mrs. Yancey, aunt of Mrs. J. E.
Featherstone, left this morning for
her home in iMinnesota.
Mrs. J. E. Featherstone entertain
ed Saturday afternoon in honor of
her aunt, Mrs- Yancey. The after
noon was spent sewins after which
refreshments were served.
Miss Minnie Neilson, county super
intendent of schools, left last night for
Grand Porks to attend the meeting of
the North {Dakota Educational asso
ciation.
Mrs. J. B. Boyd, who has been visit
ing with her two sons, -M. J. and E.
W. Boyd for a counle of weeks, will
leave on Wednesday for her home at
Wilmar, -Minn.
A DANDY COMBINATION.
Quality, grace, beauty and style at
rock bottom prices. You will get
them all in one garment, if you buy
from the American lLadies Tailoring
company, J. A. Dahl, local representa
tive, with Valley City Dye Works.
(10-23-6d)
Several new correspondents have
joined the Times-Record force this
week and their newsy letters are in
teresting reading, but there is still
many places in Barnes county where
there is no one writing for this pa
per, and in those places we want rep
resentatives. It is good practice for
young people and pleasant pastime
for anyone. Write the INews Editor
for stationery and information.
Beginning today books will be
found at the several voting places in
the city and every voter should make
sure that his name is registered. On
Tuesday of next week each of the
polling places will be open all day
and until eight in the evening so that
every one will have' a chance to see
that they are propelry registered,
Our New Fail and Winter Goods Are Here
Waiting for YOU. When you trade at our store you will hunt no more, because you will find here
the things you need. Come to us. You will get Good Values for your good money. Our stock
is the biggest in Valley City, and we handle everything in DRY GOODS, LADIES' READ-TO
WEAR SHOES, GROCERIES, etc. We are sure we can save you money on your fall purchases.
Come in and let us show you our NEW GOODS for FALL. They are certainly beautiful and the
prices are very low.
OUR MOTTO
Best Quality
Lowest Prices
Courteous Service
$6.50
(From Tuesday's Daily)
United States Commissioner C. A.
Zabel makes out pension papers.
A. M. Shellito of Sioux .Falls, S. D.,
is with friends in town today.
Miss Hazel Neilson is spending sev
eral days in Grand Forks attending
the meeting of the North Dakota Edu
cational association.
Mra. B. 'McMullen and Airs. O. A
Barton will this week give a series of
three thimble parties to a number of
invited guests, the series to close with
a progressive dinner some evening
next week.
LtaMoure Chronicle: Hon. Geo.
'M. Young, republican candidate for
congress in 'this district, wil sweep
LaMoure county and clean up the
entire Second district on the 5th of
•November.
County Treasurer H. F. Halverson
and 'Miss JNeilson, superintendent of
schools, spent yesterday at iPillsbury
meeting with the board of arbitration
of Ellsbury township, for the purpose
of going into the matter of consolidat
ing the schools in that township.
iLalMoure Chronicle: E. J. Pegg of
Valley City rwas in the cty on busi
nes Tuesday. On his return to Valley
City he was accompanied by J. S.
Miller who made a brief pleasure trip
to the above place returning to La
Moure the following day.
J. W. Dame an old resident of this
county, leaves tonight ofr his home in
Saskatchewan, Canada. Mr. Dame is
in the county looking after his farm
ing interests near Oriska.
Mrs. W. A Gordon returned yester
day from Grand Fork» where she at
tended the convention of the State
Federation of Women's dribs.
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)
Correspondents wanted- Write this
paper.
U. '-yll.
Ladies NtwFall Dresses
In Street Dresses, Party Dresses
and House Dresses. Every new
Style is shown here, and they
are all, even the cheapest house
dress, made to fit. We will be
glad to show you these dresses
•1.26 Up to S25
'v ts'*?J
New Dross 6eods ani Trinniies
We are able this season to show you the Swellest
Line of All Wool Dress Goods and the Newest
Trimmings, ever brought into this city. We have
not got space enough here to tell you all about
them. But come in yourself and see. You will
find just what you need here at a price that will
suit your pocketbook.
New Furs Are Here
At Prices according to QUALITY from
SI,00 lip to MO Set
GkHdraa's Fall Dresses
WHY make Children's
Dresses, when you can buy
them so well made, stylish,
and cheaper than you can
buy materials for one.
Come in and see our Chil
dren's New Dresses, made
of Serge, Gingham and
Percale. They are all so
beautiful and the prices aer
only—
51.25
Up to
We are showing a big
complete line of
Flannelette Night
Gowns at 50c to #2.50.
Subscribe for the Times-Record.
Supt. G. W. 'Hanna leaves today ft
Grand Forks to attend the meeting
the N. D. Educational association.
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED—Boys and men to pick po
tatoes Saturday and Monday. Goodt
pay.- Call on E. W. or M. J. (Bond.
FOR SALE—Two light delivery
ons, suitable for dray business. EL.
•W. Boyd care Stacy Merc. Co
WANTED—A boy to herd cattle
do chores. Call at American Na
tional Bank. (10-24-S4)
FOR RENT—Six room house in
condition on Eighth avenue phone
66-L. (10-24-tf)
FOUND—Auto lamp owner can have
same by calling at this office
-payipg tor this advertisement.
(10-24-3td)
STOVE COAL.
We have three or four cars comlag
of thi8 precious size of hard coaL WIS
accept Bome more orders. Far worn.
Co-operative Elevator company.
(i0-24-3d)
100 head of Registered and High
Grade Horses and about 70 head of
thoroughbred Hereford Cat-tie and 70S
yearling breeding ewes will be sold at
public auction October 28 and 29 at.
the Drake & Newcomer ranch at Brad
dock. 10-24-ld)
SIX OUT OF NINE.
Asker's Business College received
nine requests for office help the past
week and placed the following ate
dents in fine positions: Alice Peter
son, Louise Dvyu, Thomas Thorsae,
H. Givens. Hannah Hanson and Martha
Brandslien. A course at a school that
can do nothing for you as regards a
position is dear at any price- Atteftd
the A. B. C. where business men
for their office help, and get the beck
ing of a school that has the confidence
of .business men. Send for catalog to
A. IB. C., Grand Forks or Fargo.
(10-M-ltd)
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