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The weekly times-record. (Valley City, N.D.) 1912-1922, December 19, 1912, CHRISTMAS EDITION, Image 9

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PROM TUESDAY'8 DAILY
(Continued from page four)
Friends Vlll be pleased to learn,
that Mrs. Chas. iHolling&head who has
be^.ijl.frt hervjttome for Tthe l?ist three
wetfks Is slowly improving and Is now
able to sit up- jffiMp
•Mr. and Mrs. George Drake and sons
and Mrs. Kathryn Heimes left thife
morning for Minneapolis "where, they
will visit for several days before go
ing
to
Long Peach, Cal., yrhere they
will spend th« winter,
Miss Ella (Holtquist will leave the
latter part of the week for her home
in Minneapolis where she will spend
the holidays afterwards leaving for
points in the east where she will pur
chase her spring millinery stock.
Capt.
F. S. W«wy and
.who
attended the dedication grand ban and
banquet in Jamestown last evening.
Deputy Sheriff Paller of Divide
county was In the City yesterday on
his way to (Bismarck with Chas. Lin
son and Geo. Donahue, who will spend
respectively 20 and seven years un
der the care of the state at the peni
tentiary. The men were tried and
convicted at Croeby of robbing the
•bank of Noonan of a large sum of
money in October. While in the city
they were lodged in the care of Chief
of Police Swanson at the city hostile.
Supt. Minnie J. Nielson left yester
day afternoon for Fargo accompan
ied by the seven prize winners in the
boys and girls contest at the Barnes
County Corn Show, to attend the
Country Life Conference held at the
Agricultural College. The confer
ence is held to exploit the social side
of country life entirely, and to get a
survey of rural life conditions in
North Dakota- One of the main fea
tures of the conference is that the de
monstration will be carried on wholly
by country folk. Miss Nielson will
address the conference today on "The
Country School as a Social Center."
Dress Shirts ... ... .$1.0# to $2.5®
,Silk Shirts..... $3.00to$4.50
French Flannel Shirts
with soft collars, $1.50 to $2.50
Cotton & Cashmere Hose 10c to 50c
Silk Hose .50c to 75c
Garters 25c to 50c
Arm Bands— 10c to 25c
Suspenders 25c to 58c
PROM MONOAY'8 DAILY
tit
J. G. €. Rathman, of FaTgo, is a bus
iness visitor here today.
N. 13. Nelson, Of, Litchvllle visited
wMh friends here Sunday. if
•Frank Schuman, manager of the In
dependent .Telephone 'Company at Bis
marck, was a visitor here Sunday.
'Senator Charles Mudget't returned
from Minneapolis Sunday morning.
iMrs. A. J. Garthy, ofCourtenay, was
among the shoppers here Saturday.
Paul Skjereeth, Geo. B. Tower, H.
J. Standness, all of Courtenay were
visitors here yetesrday.
Mart Mason expects to leave to
night or tomorrow for Lodi, Cal.,
where be will Jota his family and
spend the* remainder of the winter.
mw'i-'W'i"1
•C".'":Ft Lues sen shipped to St. Rkul
Saturday one of the finest ear loads of
cattle ever seen in this vicinity.
Clarence -Croonquifet of Kensal spent
Sunday in town the guest of his sis
ter who is attending the State Nor
mal-
Miss Laura Livingstone came up
Atom Tower City Friday evening and
spent the week-end the guest of
Mrs. Edward Roberts.
Kiss Mary Dick Of Wimbledon and
•Mrs. L- Walsh, of Alberta, Can., were
the guests the latter part of the weelc
at the home of Mrs. Dr- MaoDonald.
'Mrs. C. H. MoGee and son are visi
tors here from Orieka today.
L'.. Larson left last night for Kas
son, Minn., called there by the serious
illness of his father.
iMr and Mrs. Wesley Van Steen
berg of Oris&a are among the shop
pers here today.
Miss Nina Gjellhaug and Miss Eck
ert. were the guests of Rev. and Mrs.
Anderson at Jamestown the fore part
of the week.
Acceptable Christmas Gifts
For Any Man or Boy
Are those that are practical and useful—that is the
kind you will find here. Anything bought here may
be exchanged after Christmas—
Neckwear and Handkerchief
•Sets $1.00 to $1.50
Suspendef, Armband and
Carter Sets $1.00 to $2.00
Neckwear, Cuff Button and
Scarf Pin Sets. 75c to $J.50
Neckwear, Scarf Pin and
Scarf-clasp Sets 75c
Plain and Initialed
Handkerchiefs 10c to 50c.
Bradley Knit Mufflers,
in all colors .50c to $1.50
Cuff Buttons, Scarf-pins, Stud Sets
and Collar-pins 25c to $1.00
Gloves and Mittens, lined
and unlined 50c to $3.00
House Coats and Smoking
Jacket $4.00 to $8.50
(Lounging and Bath
Robes $4.00 to $12.00
The Ideal Remembrance
Straus Label Suit or Overcoat
$12.00 to $35.00
From now until Christmas we will give
Doubles. & H. Green Trading Stamps
with all cash purchases.
COMPANi
'Mrs. Geo. Ohowler of Moose J»w, Can.
who Is vlsKtlng at Mrs- I. Callendar's
w%j taken suddenly ill a few daye ago
•bttt is reported as nom resting com
fortably.
•Miss Minerva Beleal, who has be®
the guest of relatives in New York for
the past five months 'has "returned
home. She was acocmpanied by h|r
aunt, Mrs. A. Hull, who will spend the
winter months here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Tougas Of Coopers
town were visitors in the city on Sat
urday leaving in the evening for Oris
ka where they will spend several days
with relatives. They were accom
panied to Oriska by their daughter
Miss Evelyn Tougas Who visited over
Sunday .w#th them.
Mr. and Mrs- Chas- Drake and son
erpect to leave tomorrow for Long
Beach, Oal., where they will spend the
remainder of the winter months. They
.wil^ be^ ttc^ompanied by. Mrs. Drake's
CAS3ELTOH
Vetoes,^wl
will also spend the winter there.
A large number of the members of
Co. and their ladles will leave this
evening for Jameato^wn to aittend the
grand, hall and banquet at the opening
of the new Armory built by Oo. H.,
N. D. N. G.
The two youngest children, a sou
and daughter, of Dr. and Mrs. L- 3
Flatou were christened at their home
Sunday afternoon by the Rev. C.
Neeseth, amidst an assemblage of
relatives and friends. The son was
named Ralph Victor and the baby
daughter, Martha Lenore. After the
christening, the guests repaired to
"the dining room where they partook
of an elaborately appointed dinner.
The Sheyenne Cltffi's evening on
"Christmas Customs," was most uni
que and much enjoyed by the mem
bers and their husbands when they
met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Wemett on Saturday night. The
guests came dressed in the costumes
of the different countries they repre
sented and toM how Christmas was
celebrated in their part of the world
The quaint Hollander, the buxom
German gri, the demure Quaker and
Neckwear 25c to $2.00
v*
A Complete Line
of Overshoes
and Robbers
HURRY
And Do Your Christmas
Shopping
Every day you wait
makes it that much
harder to get what you
want.
South American and our own United
States were all there One particular
good paper on "Is Christmas a Bur
den in our Country" was listened to
.with much interest. After a pleasant
social hour, refreshments were served.
'Cards have been .received by friends
in the city to the marriage of Miss
•Mabel Lou Stearns to Ward J. Pick
ett on Wednesday at 4 o'clock on De
cember the 18th. The wedding will
take place at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs- George Stearns
at Rogers.
•Miss Mabel Hanson, who has been
the "hello girl" at the local telephone
exchange for some time past, has
severed her connections with the own
ers, and will soon leave Kathryn, a
fact wliich her many friends here
greatly regret. Shie goe's to Montana,
we understand, where she has filed on
a claim. Miss CleigMie Griffe"th, of
Valley City has taken Miss Hanson's
plate, entering upon her duties the
latter part of last week.—'Kathryn Re
corder-
FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY
J. A. Kirk, of Fargo, was in the city
yesterday mingling in business cir
cles.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Didler of San
born were shopping in the city yester
day.
George Fridd expects to leave Mon
day for Pomona, California, where he
will spend the remainder of the win
ter with Ms family.
D. W. Clark returned this morning
•from *Fargo where he spent yesterday
on matters of business.
Jasper Sweet and W. J. Pickett,
were in the city yesterday from Rog
ers
Walter Nelson and Miss Christine
tNeflson were among the guests in the
city Friday from Leal doing shopping.
Among the guests here from Oriska
'Friday were O. IWoolfrey and Rev. and
Mrs. F. Boone.
Fred Stearns and 'Miss Laura
Stearns of Rogers were calling on
friends here Friday.
A. J. Smith of Minneapolis, Minn.,
who is heavily interested in North Da
kota farm lands as well as a heavy
money loaner in the state was here
Friday.
John D. Gray, has been confined to
his home for the past several* days
with a severe attack of lumbago.
CHAFFEE'S
A Swell jLine of Fancy Neckwear
We Have a Splendid Line of Furs at SS.00 to SWK00
A Swell Line of Silk for Waists and Dresses at $1 a Yard
The Finest Line of Table Linen We have Ever Shown
A Lot of Stylish Coats at Less Than HALF PRICE
A Big Assortment of Fancy Linens and Napkins
We Have Some Very Special Values in Hand Bags
A Beautiful Line of Handkerchiefs From 5c to $1.00
A Big Line of Head Scarfs From 25 cents to $2.50
A Big Assortment of Pin Cushions and Novelties
An attractive line of Art Goods in Center Pieces and Dolies
Ladies' Coats that Sold Up to $20.00, now $6.95
Another lot of Coats Worth Up to $27.50, now $13.75
A Good Line of Dresses Worth Up to $20.00, now $7.50
Order your Christmas tree now at
the Valley City Green House.
H. S. Strandness, of Courtenay, was
a guest at the Kindred yesterday.
Mrs- Oreighton of Spiritwood is in
the city this week shopping and visit
ing at the home of her parents, Mr.
and-Mrs. L. Noltimier.
Mrs. M. R. Nelson left last night for
Fargo where she will visit over Sun
day the guest of Miss Emma Carlson.
J. D. iHealey and E. D. Healey were
here yesterday and registered at the
Kindred Hotel.
Judge Amidon of Fargo was in the
city last evening and addressed the
Normal Faculty at their social pro
fessional meeting.
iW. H. Padden, I. A. iHagen and Er
nest Warner, all of Courtenay were
among the visitors here Friday.
Miss Amanda Anderson who has
charge of a millinery store in Sheri
dan, Wyo., returned home on Thurs
day and will spend several weeks
here.
A delightful time was enjoyed by
the members of the Elks Lodge and
their friends at their social hop last
evening. A good crowd Was in attend
ance and a buffet luncheon was serv
ed the latter part of the evening in
the banquet hall.
Word has been received from Mrs.
George Stiles that they are pleasant
ly located at Ellensburg, Wash. Miss
Effie will join them today and spend
the holidays afterwards leaving for
Vancouver, where she has accepted
a position with the Hudson Bay inst
ance Company.
The pastoral play "Sylvia' given
last evening by the members of the
High school chorus, under the direc
tion of Miss Wilkins was very fine, but
for lack of space a complete critic
ism of the performance will be in
Monday evening's issue-
Erick Erickson who lives north of
EUingsoU was seriously burned last
week by gun powder which became
ignited in an open can. This is the
second tiime within a year that Erick
has come very near to the call. The
other time was when he was overcome
with gas a year ago.
At a regular meeting of the Shey
enne Chapter R. A. M. last night the
following officers were elected fdr the
ensuing year.
High Priest—-L. S. B. Ritchie.
King—T.S.Henry.
Scribe—F. White.
Treasurer—J. Holmes.
Secretary—L. G. Moultrie,
Would a't Sh ef'
Like a Nice Pi ir
of Shoes for "jj]
Xmis A
Assistant Da iry Commissioner E.
A. Greenwood returned this morning
after a week spent at the 'Minnesota
State Dairymen's Convention which,
was held at Wadena. He reports a
very good meeting and says that the
North Dakota State convention that Is
to he held here in February will 1»
the largest attended meeting of Ita
kind ever held in the state.
There 1s no race suicide in Valley
City. A prominent traveling man
who covers several states was heard
to remark yesterday while in town
that he saw more healthy, happy chil
dren in Valley City than in any town
he goes to.
Charles E. L. Greenwood of the
Nome Tribune was in town Friday
night on business and incidentally
meeting the many old friends here.
The Times-Record is charitable and
still admits that he is a good fellow
notwithstanding the real unkind kick
that he took at a recent number Of
this paper.
Mrs. Charlton Andiaws has charge
of the Red Cross stamp sale in town
and has placed them in several of
the stores. The money obtained by
the sale of these stamp** will be used
in the treatment of consumptive
cases and will all go to charity. Ev
eryone who seals a Christmas pack
age with one of these stamps is com
bining a charitable act with a token,
of love.
The Arneson Hardware Company
show windows present a very attrac
tive appearance this week with their
Christmas display. The window i&
lined with cotton and sprinkled with
diamond dust and hung with strings
of evergreen to represent a snow
scene. Then the host of beautiful
gifts that are on exhibition, chaffing
dishes, casseroles,, toilet articles and
every known piece of silver. Surely
the Xmae shopper must find it a de
light to have such a varied' assort
ment to choose from.
Chris Person, champion heavy
weight wrestler of 'North Dakota
and several other states, spent last
evening in the city on his way to
Harvey, where he will take on a lo
cal grappler this evening. Person,
who is comparatively a new comer
to 'Fargo from iDuluth has won his
way on the mat by dint of hard work
and merit. At present he is anxious,
to secure a match with some good
local man, or some other good heavjri
weight (from outside of the state.'
Westergaard and Za/bysko will both
be in the state within the next two*-:
or three weeks, and it is hoped that,"
a match can be arranged here with."
one of the men at the time.
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