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'Miss Jessie Personius left for James:
town Sunday evening where she was
called on a case.
The Dakotah club hare Issued invi
tations for a dancing party on Thurs
day evening in the K. P. hall.
Mrs. Etetaque, of Fargo, underwent
a very serious operation at Riverside
hospital on 'Monday, and is reported as
getting along nicely.
The Traveling Men's association
held another one
(From Tuesday's Daily)
their informal
dancing parties in the K. IP. hall on
Saturday evening. A large .number
were present and a number of guests
from out of town.
Master Fay Tyler entertained at his
home on :First street, eight jolly little
friends for his cousins, Constance and
Allen Orton, at a Hallowe'en party
last evening.
E. D. Lum, formerly a resident of
Monango, "who is now connected with
the editorial department of the Times
Record will move with his family this
week in the Duncan McDonald resi
dence on West Fifth street.
•Mrs. W# W. 'Beldin has issued invi
tations to a group of ten friends fofr
a party on Thursday afternoon to be
given at her cozy home on iFifth ave
Mrs Laura Moore and Mr. and Mrs.
James 'Moore desire to extend their
'gratitude to the many friends and
relatives who expressed their sym
pathy and kindness during the illness
and death of the late John Moore
The members or the Tuesday club
have appointed a committee composed
of Mrs. Featherstone, Mrs. George M.
Young and Mrs Herman Winterer to
revise the Club Cook OBook which was
first compiled about -ten or twelve
years ago. There will be a number of
new chapters added not only on all
up to date dishes but on fireless cook
ery and invalid and chaffing dish
cooking. This cook book is not only
widely used over the state-but in a
great many other parts of the country.
The first snow storm of the season
reached Valley City last night, follow
ing a drizzling rain. Today the beau
tifnl is coming down in flurries with
gusts of 'Wind. (Papa is digging his
fur coat from the bottom of the chest
where it has lain in moth 'balls all
summer, and little Willie and Mary
aire putting on their warm red mit
tens, and mamma's thoughts are on a
new mink set. As the feather prophet
predicts a fair day tomorrow, this is
probably just a forerunner of some
real Thanksgiving snow storms next
Mr. Calderwood, secretary of the
national prohibiton party, gave a very
interesting talk Sunday evening at
the Methodist church. Prof. Stearns,
of Fargo college, addressed the con
gregation in the morning-
Miss Jane Addams passed through
here Monday morning on her way to
Jamestown from Fargo, where she
gave a talk in the morning. Mftss
Candis Nelson and Miss Eula Miller,
of the State Normal school were
among those from here who went to
Jamestown to hear her address.
Among those who will leave here
Thursday morning for Jamestown to
attend the district convention are:'
President of the convention, Mrs. Geo.
Drake, Chief of Honor, Mrs. Chas. Da
vis, and Mesdames J. Kelly, J. Weiser,
James Algeo, Nels Johnson, T. Amund
son, F. Spieker, and Miss Schultz.
Monday the Northwest Nursery
company shipped a car load of stock,
consisting of 68,000 Golden Willows,
two to four, and four to six feet, to
one of the largest Minnesota Nurseries
at wholesale fates.
Mrs. M. S. Vidal, who has spent a
good part of the summer in this vi
cinity and in other parts of North Da
kota in the interest of the Hunters
Land company left for her home in
Minneapolis the latter part of the
week. Mrs. Vidal is certainly a hustler
in her line of work. She has secured
enough patrons to fill a car which will
•leave here about the ifirst of Decem
ber, for Florida, where the land is
Ben Sikes of this city is not only
an enterprising blacksmith, but quali
fies also as one of the best hunters
in this neck of the wods. A few weeks
ago, at Medina, he bagged the limit
of ducks with thirty-one shells, and
since that time he has kept his larder
full to overflowing with ducks and
chickens from nearby marshes. This
morning he was out at an early hour,
and in a little more than an hour's
shooting brought down seventeen
Teal ducks, fourteen of which came out
of one bunch.
Mrs. I. D. Orton and children left
over the N. P. today for their home in
Seattle, Wash., after a visit of several
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Codding.
A number of guests irom nearby
towns are expected in the city tomor
row to attend the Hallowe'en dancing
party given by a group of ladies in
the Odd Fellows hall.
Mrs. Robert Anderson entertained
at a very pretty Hallowe'en party at
her home on Euclid avenue, for her
nieces, Nettie and Marie Thome, on
Monday afternoon. The rooms were
gay with Hallowe'en decorations and
twenty little friends enjoyed pranks
suitable for that evening. The best
kind of a lunch, such as all small peo
ple enjoy, iwa« served and each guest
was favored with a dainty box of
(From Monday's. Daily)
Miss Evelyn Tougas left today for
her home in Cooperstown.
Mrs. S. K. Ramsett of Fingal was
a shopper in the city Saturday.
Miss Constance MdPherson, who is
teaching at Oakes spent the week end
here with her parents, and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Clark are the
proud parents of a fine baby boy which
was born last week.
Miss Annie Anderson had as her
guests over Sunday the Misses Eu
genia DeKay and Miss M. Steele. Both
young women are teaching at Carring
Miss Susan Norton of the Valley
City Normal" school faculty has re
turned to her home after visiting for
a few days with her brother, Prof. W.
W. Norton of the university.—Grand
Forks Herald.
Jens Tdenstrup, of 'Luverne, and
Miss Rosa Klink, of Dazey, were unit
ed in marriage on Wednesday, Oct.
23, at the German Lutheran Parson
age, Rev. J. F. L. Bohnhoff officiating.
Miss Marjorie McDonald, "who has
charge of the Domestic Soience de
parment at Marion this year, came
down by auto Saturday and spent Sun
day with friends and relatives.
The 'Ladies Aid of the Catholic
church are giving the first of a series
of entertainments this evening, Mon
day, the 28th, at 7:30 o'clock in the
Parish Hall.
Judge L. O. Larson of Minneapolis
was a visitor here today in the inter
est of the democratic national com
mittee. He left this afternoon by
auto for Fingal and Nome, with Mayor
Platou, where he will address the peo
ple there on Wilson principles.
Judge Irgens returned this morning
from the we^t, where he attended the
G, A. R. convention held at Los An
geles, also visiting with his ^brother,
Dr. L. S. Irgens at Oakland, and with
his mother and sister at San Diego'.
He reports a delightful trip.
The Misses Hazel Stevens and
Laura Livingstone were visitors here
yesterday from Tower City.
The Times Record wants a corres
pondent in every neighborhood in the
county. Write in for supplies or call
at the office.
(From Saturday's Daily)
J. C. Curtis, of Fargo, was trans
acting business here yesterday.
Miss Mayme Brady left today for
Wimbledon where she will serve in
her official capacity on a case.
Ptyno Tuning, Regulating, Repair
ing, Touch-up and Polishing organs
repaired phone €3-1* (10-17-iw*)
Hon. W. P. Tuttle, the bonanza
farmer from Dawson who made such
a creditable run for congress in the
recent primaries, was in the city be
tween trains yesterday. Geo. M.
Young acted as a reception committee
and -introduced the colonel to a large
number of our citizens.
In an effort to clfearthe land north
of town for a football ground yester
day afternoon, three boys set flre to
the grass which being so dry was
soon beyond their control. The flre
department was called and soon suc
ceeded In extinguishing it.
The people of Valley 'City who are
interested in seeing a really newsy
and interesting paper published here
•will toe conferring a great favor on
the editorial depatrment of the Times
Record by telephoning in any happen
ings that might be Of interest. If
you or your friends are 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
nil concerned in building and boost
ing for a bigger paper. Telephone 4.
$ 4
Ladies Skirts worth up to $8.00
Your choice AC
for only.........
The members of the Woman's club
will hold their first club dinner this
season at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Zetterberg on Monday evening at
6 o'clock.
Supt. Hanna, Miss Carlson, and Miss
Sanderson, representatives of the city
schools, returned last evening from
Grand Forks where they have been at
tending the Educational association.
Mis« Phoebe Hudson entertained
the members of her Sunday school
class of the Episcopal church last eve
ning at the home of Mrs. Sam Brown.
The .girls brought their sewing and
talked over and planned their study
for the coming year. The pleasure
was concluded with refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Boyd have mov
ed from First street and are now
pleasantly located on North Eighth
avenue in the Chilberg residence.
Frank Beal is out on his weekly
business trip to Enderlin in the inter
est of the Stacy Mercantile company.
Supt. Minnie Neilson and Miss
Hazel Neilson will return home to
morrow evening from Grand Forks,
where they have been attending the
Educational association. Miss Hazel
Neilson has been the guest at a num
ber of very delightful functions given
by thp sororlety of which she is a
The Misses May Stee and Lulu ILar
son were the guests of the Misses
Elsie Simons and Alma Savery.
Dr. Paul Featherstone returned last
evening from Chicago where he has
been the past week attending a clinic.
Maste# George Webster left last
night for Fargo to spend Sunday with
his father, E. Webster.
Hon. Anton Fried of Wimbledon
was ,a business visitor in the city to
Mrs. P. P. (Persons will entertain the
members of the "Good Time Club"
this evening. After the members are
entertained at the Rex they will ad
journ to her home where cards and
luncheon will be enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson are expect
ed here this evening from their home
in St. Paul and will be the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. E Cole and other
friends in the city for a couple of
Mrs. Nels Johnson will entertain the
close friends of Mrs. Ira D. Orton, of
Seattle, Wash., at her home this eve
ning. The evening "will be spent in
Cards and a general social time con
cluding with lunch.
Another Shipment of
New Fall Coats
Arrived here this week and they are certainly Stylish and Well
Made. You certainly will get Satisfactory wear out of a "Sun
shine" Coat. They are the Best Coats made and you don't have
to pay any more than for any other make. Don't delay any
longer. Come in now and get a nice fall coat. We will be glad
to show you our line at $7.75, $8.95, $10.00 and up.
For the Whole Family—_ 25c up to 5.00
In Wool and Cotton Fleeced—25c up to 50c
In Leather and Knit Wool at 15c up to 3.00
For Baby, Brother, Sister, Papa and for
Mamma at prices —50c up to 5.00
We give S. & H. GREEN
them and get a beautiful pre
mium FREE.
fa s.
,v. ...-
Mrs. Fred Carr is in Fargo this
week with her brother, who was re
cently injured in a threshing machine
accident at Sanborn.
Miss Effie Stiles will spend
week end with friends in Fargo.
(From Friday's Daily)
Mr. and Mrs. W. M- \Yemett are
rejoicing over the arrival of a fine
baby boy which was born Thursday'
Mesdames B. McMullen, M. C.
James and O. A. Barton were charm
ing hostesses yesterday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. L. B. McMullen to
a company of thirty lady friends. The
afternoon was pleasantly spent in
chat and dainty needle work and the
pleasure was concluded with a de
lectible luncheon.
The Valley City Fire Department
met last evening at the city hall and
a committee was appointed to make
arrangements for the annual Thanks
giving ball, which will take place on
Wednesday evening, Nov. 27th. Those
who were selected for the committee
were Chief Nec. Hesch, Asst. Chief
T. S. Henry, Captains Duvall, Collins
and 'Linn.
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 hi iBarnes 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.
The winter gayeties have started
up in earnest, card clubs and social
clubs are forming for the amusement
of the long winter evenings. Those
in the Social Know'are busy accept
ing invitations for card parties, thim
ble bees, and daifbiag parties, and our
litferary clubs are all preparing for a
busy season of activity. From all in
dications there will he very few dull
moments before the joyous holiday
time comes on.
Mrs. George M. Young will be hos
tess this evening at her home on
North Fifth avenue at a tea for Mrs.
S. Small, the new matron of
Episcopal hall.
Think just for a minute about this word "SATISFACTION," and
just what it means. Satisfaction is all you want or expect in buy
ing anything, anywhere if you are satisfied, that is all there is to
it for you the transaction is complete. You can't possibly get more unless you change your idea'of Satisfaction.
Our intention and effort here is to see that you do not get less. You decide, and we don't consider the deal finally closed
until you do decide. Satisfaction in all Merchandise has been provided for here. The very best of Fabrics, Styles, etc., are here.
We want you to be Satisfied with what you buy at this^store, or your money cheerfully refunded. It does pay to trade _at a store
like this, to know that anything you buy, will give Satisfactory wear. That is why we have so many satisfied customers
and get GOOD VALUE for your Good Money.
Here Are Goods You Need for This Winter
In Cotton and All Wool, 15c up to 3.00 yd.
Of All Kinds at prices 50c up to 2.00 yd.
In Dark and Light Colors—6c up to 15c yd.
In All Styles and Colors—50c up to 2.50
(From Friday's Daily)
Mrs. Walter Coop was hostess last
evening at her home to eight of the
close friends of Mrs. Morris Wright.
The evenings pleasure was bridge and
a delicious luncheon was served after PaPer'
the cards had been Md away. Mrs.
Will Coop will also entertain at her
home this afternoon for Mrs. Wright,
and "500" will be the amusement of
the guests bidden-
S. P. Ellis left today for Montana
on business matters.
R. B. Cox, of Wimbledon, is a bus
iness cailer here today.
See our display window of Suits
and Hats at one half price, at Miss
C. M. Lagerstrom's. (10-25-3d)
Correspondents wanted- Write this
Mr. and Mrs. Mortrude and son
spent several days in Fargo last week-
Herman Shirley of Enderlin, a pop
ular druggist, spent Thursday in the
city caling on his friends.
Miss Georgia 'Henry left this eve
ning for Mapleton where she will at
tend a week-end house party at the
home of Mrs. Harry Foster.
Mrs. Walter Coop has issued invi
tations for a card party tomorrow af
ternoon to be given in honr of Mrs.
Morris Wright.
Mrs. O. P. Emerson will leave on
Wednesday of next week for Los An
geles, visiting en route with Mrs.
Wm. McKay at Medford and Mrs.
Sim Getchel at Eugene, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 1. Noxen, who have
been here the past week with Mr.
Noxen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
Noxen, left Wednesday evening for
their home in St- Louis.
There will be an additional penalty
ofg 3 per cent added to the unpaid
real estate taxes Nov. 1. Those who
have neglected to pay their taxes
should attend to it now and save this
additional penatly.
A large number of the members of
the Degree of Honor are making ar
rangements to attend the district con
vention which meets at Jamestown
on next Wednesday. There wHl be
representatives from five lodges of
which this district is composed.
State Inspector and Mrs. N. C. Mc
pDonald was in Fargo yesterday to
hear Jane Addams' address.
Mrs. Aaron Denstedt arrived here
this evening from her home in Wim
bledon to he present at the party
this evening' given for Miss Sarah
Mrs- Herman Winterer will be hos
tess on Monday afternoon at her home
to a company of friends for Mrs.
the (Laura Bassett, who will leave for Los
Angeles, Cal., this coming week.
A. F. Pierce is transacting business gUest, Miss Sarah Wright. Guests
in the western part of the state this have been bidden for three tables of
"500'' and pretty trophies will be
given the winners of the high and.
low scores.
One lot of Winter Coats and
Suits at—
Children's Wear
We have not forgotten the Children this year, as we have a very.
Complete Line of the Prettiest, Most Stylish Outer Garments.
You will find at this store—
Children's Coats at $1.50 and up to $10.00
Children's Dresses at 1.25 and up to 6.50
Children's Sweaters at 75 and up to 2.25
Children's Leggings at 50 and up to 1.25
Children's Caps at 50 and up to 1.25
We also carry in stock a very complete line of Infants'
Goods. Be. sure and see our line.
Trade here
In all the New Styles and Materials—
3.65 up to 12.00
Made of Grey Flannel and Fine Madras
and All Silk 1.25 up to 5.00
House Dresses and Street Dresses-—
1.25 up to 25.00
For any one in the family—50c up to 8.00
We give S. & H. GREEN
them and get a beautiful pre
mium FREE.
Mrs- Sam iHall entertained last eve
ning at dinner for Mrs. Moris Wright
and her daughter, Miss Sarah.
Mrs. Ira D. Orton and children, who
have been the guests of her parents,
Mr- and Mrs. B. F. Codding for th*
past several weeks, expects to leav»
for their home in Seattle, Wash., the
fore part of the week.
Mrs. Laura Bassett expects t»
leave the fore part of next week for
Los Angeles, Cal., where she "Witt
spend the winter with tor daughter,.
Vera, -who is attending school at that:
Miss Ruth Myhre will entertain at
her home this evening for her house-
Mrs. John Tracy returned the tore
part of the week from Los Angeles,
Cal., where she went to attend tl»
Grand Army and Women's Relief
Corps convention. Mrs. Tracy visited
en route .home in a number of the
western cities and reports a moat
delightful trip.
The Music club met Thursday
ning at the home- of Mrs. Frank
and the study of Wagner's
Rienzi was enjoyed. Miss Fjelde
ored the members with a number* of
piano selections which were v»*T
Good weather the ipast iveek
helped greatly with the fall work.
with another week of good weather
work will be as far along as it usual
ly is at this time of the year. Tbs
bumper crop this year will enconraft*
farmers in planting a larger acreage
next year in this county as well as.
in all parts of the state.
The annual convention held ia.
Grand Forks this week has the fol
lowing representatives from the local
schools. Miss Sanderson from the
Ritchie school, Miss Hazel Nielaoot
from the high school, Miss Emm.
Carlson from the (Lincoln school and.
'Superintendent Hanna and County.
Superintendent Minnie Nielson. %.
The funeral of John Craemer was
held at Oriska on Wednesday after
noon at 2 o'clock at the Zion drard^H
Rev. J. F. S. Bohnhoff officiated. Mr.
Craemer was horn on the 10th of
cember, 1855, in Germany, and came- 5
to Oriska in 1893 and died on laat^l
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock ofc
heart failure. He leaves besides Uk
widow, his sons, Fred and (Ed. Crae
mer, and a large circle of friends t»
mourn his loss.

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