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I. J. Officer, from Mariou, was visit
ing in the city Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Yule, of Rogers, was a
Valley City visitor Saturday.
Dr. J. E. Featherstone left Monday
morning on No. 3 for Jamestown.
Mr. and MrB. Koehms'cd' of Minto,
N. D„ were visitors in the city Sun
Miss Eva Bailey is at Dazey, where
she is visiting at the George Kelly
James,A. Douglas, of Mandan, waa
among the out-of-town visitors Sun
The Normal school baseball team
left Monday morning on No. 7 fur
Jamestown, where they played the
college team in the afternoon.
Ed Mason came down from Ryder to
attend the funeral of his cousin, El
mer Nelson, and spent Sunday with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mas
A large delegations, of Geimans ar
rived Sunday evening on the Soo.
Hiey took No. 3 for Jamestown,
where they made "connections with
the train headed south. The party
was going to Redfield, S. D., to at
tend a convention there.
Miss Lorena Karr returned home
Sunday evening from thd northern
part of the state where she has been
W. G. Woodruff, of Bismarck, was
in Valley City on business Monday
Mrc. 2. bonde visited with her son
in Fargo Saturday, returning home
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coop and Mr.
and Mrs. F. E. Ployhar left Sunday
morning by auto for a trip to Lake
Clitheral, Minn., to spend several
days fishing at that popular resort.
Miss Frances Orlowski left Sunday
for Owatonna, Minn., where she will
visit her sister and brothers.
J. A. Biggs returned Monday from
Plain White Cups and Saucers
Medium weight, Dinner Plates to J*
,OC match above, each...
Cup and Saucers.
Full size, finished edges, plain bottoms
One of the best toilet soaps to be had,
Four Bars for
Men's Slip-on Raincoats
Box shoulder, tan bombazine, plaid back, millitary col
lar, strapped and cemented shoulder and armhole seams,
wide facing, slash open through pockets, stormtabson
sleeves. Fit, wear and service guaranteed. QQ
All sizes. Price WGfOO
Thimmed with dainty linen torchon lace. Limited
quantity only at this price
White Pique Dress Skirts
Made from good grade material, pocket and Qfifi
pearl button trimmed. Special at CJCJU
Stamped Goods for Fancy work
Another lot of travelingmen's samples of stamped towels
scarf, pillowslips, carriage robes, doilies,
sofa pillows, etc., at
Mandan, where he has purchased an
abstracting business. Mr. Biggs re
turned home to complete his work
in connection with the county fair.
He expects to be able to take up the
work of operating his Mandan busi
ness alone after a month's experience.
His family will probably remove to
Mandan in the fall.
Mrs. C. G. Wortman, of Bismarck,
was a guest at the Rudolf hotel Sun
F. P. Smith, of Wimbledon, was in
the city over night Sunday. He wan
»egistered at the Rudolf.
William Story left Monday morning
for Jamestown, to attend -.o affairs
W. J3. Stutzel, of New Rockford,
was an arrival on No. 8 Sunday morn
The band gave their regular con
cert in the park on Sunday afternoon.
There was a very good crowd out.
A number of automobiles came down
with parties from Eckelson, who were
in the park to enjoy the concert. The
program was an unusually good one
and the music greatly enjoyed by all.
Miss Cora Eldridge, of Page, and
Miss Hattie Eldridge, of Cooperstown,
were over-Sunday visitors in Valley
City at the home of their mother, Mrs.
C. Eldridge, on Eleventh avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Robertson and daugh
ter Margaret, will return to their
home in Iowa Monday evening, after
making a short visit in Valley City
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Switzer. Mr. Robertson is a brother
of Mrs. Switzer.
Mrs. John D. Gray has as her guest
at her home on Elizabeth street, Mrs.
Chas. Baker, of Billings, Mont., who
will spend a month or more visiting
in Valley City and renewing old ac
quaintances here, Mr. and Mrs. Baker
being former residents of Valley City.
Henry Scheiver of Sanborn, was a
business visitor Friday, returning to
Sanborn Friday evening.
C. J. Warley, writing from Minot,
encloses subscription and says: "Send
me the Daily Times-Record. Just got
to have the Valley City news."
Miss Bessie Dougherty is the guest
of her cousin, Miss Hudson, this week.
Merchant Olson, of Fargo, was a
Seamed, size 72x90 inches. Good grade bleached
sheeting, each UJv
And Corset Cover Embroidery. 17 inches wide. -J A
neat patterns. Yard XUIL
Such as small pieces of Cut Glass. French Ivory Trays,
Hair Receivers, Puff Boxes, Manicure Fittings, Gradu
ation Books, Kodak Albums, etc., all at popular prices.
At Our Candy Counter
Hilt's Bros Fresh Dates, per package......9c
Fresh Custard Fudge, per pound... .10c
Hersey's Cocoa, one-quarter pound tins .... 7c
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THE' WEEKLY TIMES-RECOR0,
A VALLEY CITY INTERVIEW.
Mr. Sollln Telia Hit Experience.
The following brief account of an
interview with a Valley City man over
four years ago, and its sequel, will be
read with keen interest by every citi
C. A. Sollin, 617 Elizabeth street,
Valley City, says: "A sharp pain in
my back changed into a steady, dull
ache. The kidney secretions became
irregular in passage, causing me much
annoyance. I doctored and used vari
ous kidney medicines, but nothing
gave me permanent relief until I
used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at
the Dakota Drug Co. They removed
all symptoms of kidney trouble."
(Statement given October 15, 1910).
OVER TWO YEARS LATER, Mr.
Stollin said: "I have had no need of a
kidney medicine since Doan's Kidney
Pills cured me some years ago."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills —the saihe that
Mr. Sollin had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y.
J. W. Sullivan, of Mandan, was a
Valley* City called Monday.
Joseph Schlagel, of Fingal, was a
local visitor on business Monday.
S. H. Sampson, of Pingree, spent
Monday on business in Valley City.
R. B. Cox, of Wimbledon, was among
the out-of-town visitors in Valley City
Erling Platou, who has been attend
ing the university of Minnesota, has
returned home for his summer vaca
Owners of gardens are reporting the
loss of tomato plants and other tender
garden plants as a result of the frost
that visited this section early Monday
Miss Gilbert, of the music depart
ment of the Normal, returned home
Tuesday morning on No. 3 from her
home in Minnesota, where she went to
spend the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wicks, of Aber
deen, S. D., arrived in Valley City on
Monday evening, and will spend sev
eral weeks here as guests of their
son, Dr. Wicks, and family.
Spencer D. Reed, D. C.
Located Over City Drug Store
For the past Five Years.
NO DRUGS NO SURGERY
The first case to be called in dis
trict court, which convened Monday,
was that of the state vs. Coats on a
criminal charge. The jury was se
cured Monday afternoon and the case
will probably last two or three- days.
Mrs. J. C. Wheeler and children, of
Oriska, and Ed. Tsau, of Denhoff,
were over-Sunday visitors at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Nelson,
on North Fifth avenue. On Monday
Mr. Tsau and Mr. Nelson left for
Hoving, N. D., on matters of interest
for the Atwood-Larson Grain Co., of
Little Dorothy Bradley, of Grace
City is in the city for a week's visit
with Mrs. W. D. Jeffrey.
South St. Paul, Minn., June 7.—
Receipts—Cattle, 2,600 hogs, 11,
900 sheep, 500.
Prices, Killing Cattle—Steers, 5.00
@8.75 cows and heifers, email@example.com
Canners, 3.50® 4.25 bulls, 3.50®
6.75 cutters, 4.25g4.75 veal calves,
firstname.lastname@example.org. Market, steady veal
Stockers and Feeders Feeding
steers, 900 to 1,100 lbs., email@example.com
stock steers, 500 to 900 lbs., 4.50 @7.25
stock cows and heifers, firstname.lastname@example.org
stock bulls, 4.56 @6.25. Market, steady
Shorn sheep and lambs—'Lombs, 4.00
@9.00 yearlings, 6.00 @7.00 bucks,
email@example.com wethers,' firstname.lastname@example.org ewes,
email@example.com. Market: Lambs and sheep
FOR SALE—Brush auto and new
surry cheap for quick sale. Call at
4 p. m. at 215 Fourth street, third'
house east of Pegg Garage. 8-6d-lwp
The Farmers' club of Green town
ship will have a meeting on Friday,
June 11, in Mortenson's grove to
make preparations for their big pic
nic, which will be held June 17.
MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUED
On Monday, June 7, Judge Irgena
issued a marriage license to Frank
Pries, of Binghampton township, and
MIsb Birdie Schlagel, of Springvale
THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1915.
A Big Line of
New Rain Goals
$4.00 to $15
They are selling at
BOY HURT BY FREIGHT
TRAIN AT NONE MONDAY
One of Mrs. H. A. Pherigo's boys,
about 12 years old, fell under a mov
ing freight car in the yards at Nome
Monday afternoon and was severely
injured. One of his legs was caught,
but at this time it' is not known
whether he will lose the member or
not. We are also unable to learn how
the accident happened.
Mesdames Johnson and Hendrick
son, of Fingal, were Valley City visi
tors on Saturday and v^pent the day
Miss Nora Nelson, of the Right
Price store, has gone to Fergus Falls,
Minn., where she will spend her va
cation and visit friends.
Peter Peterson and wife, Fred Baar
stad and John M. Johnson were Nome
people that visited the county seat
Monday. Mr. Johnson was a caller at
this office and has our thanks for ad
Miss Constance McPherson return
ed to the city Monday evening from
Oakes, where she has been spending
the past ten days visiting with
friends. Miss McPherson formerly
taught in the schools at Oakes.
August Hesch, of Chicago, 111., who
has been in the neighborhood for
some days visiting his brother, Frank
Hesch left Tuesday for his home.
While in the county he also visited
with a brother in Valley City.
The little daughter of Mrs. C. F.
Berry has been on the sick list.
James Fisher has been helping
Frank Frederick for a few days.
Misses Diana and Laura Hesch, El
don Hesch, Roy Nelson and Leo Peter
son were callers at Island Lake farm
Frank Hesch, John Nelson, V. L.
Green and C. W. Maier are making ad
ditional Improvements on their farm
by putting up many rods of wire fence.
At the school election June 1, Bert
and Will Diemert were elected on
the achool board. One vacancy was
caused by the resignation of Fran'tr
The Only Exclusive Dry Goods Store in Valley City
A New Line of Skirts
We have just received a lot of handsome new
models in Wash and Dress Skirts which we want
you to see. They are all new styles and very pretty.
1 a a a
can afford to have one. D1
for Summer. They are so moderately priced that every one
1\ Clrii«4c *n Serge, Panama and Chuddah. They come in all sizes
ID fw SlSn IJOOuS
A Big Lot of Silks That Sold Up to $1.50, Now 39 Gents 1
Hesch. John Nelson is president of
the new board. Geo. Stroh, clerk and
Ed Stroh, treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stroh and fam
ily spent Sunday evening at the Green
C. W. Maier can give all inquirers
pointers as to determining when the
•cattle are in the grain. Any advice
on the subject cheerfully given.
One of tne most enjoyable dances
of the season, given at the John Sauer
home Friday evening, was attended by
all the young people of Island Lake.
Jack Frost's visit Sunday night al
most reduced the garden makers to
tears. Tender plants were laid low
and even the hardier ones were nip
ped. No one looks with pleasure on
Jack's visits at this season of the
Island Lake school closed the year's
work Monday by entertaining .the
neighborhood at a picnic in the school
yard. The children gave a very cred
itable program and afterwards a
bountiful luncheon was spread upon
Several from our prairie attended
the graduation exercises at the Alder
man school Friday evening.
Miss Miriam Getchell returned Sat
urday to spend her summer vacation
at home, having completed her term
of school near Wheatland, N. D.
Our ball boys went to town Thurs
day evening and, after a hard fought
battle, returned with the scalps of
the Methodist' Brotherhood.
The ladies' club met at the James
White home Thursday.
Edna Whitcher returned home Sun
day, after spending the week at the
S. E. Harper home.
Mrs. Ed. Woodbury, of Valley City,
visited at Elm Grove farm several
days last week.
Mrs. John Chilberg visited friends
in town last week.
Mrs. S. E. Harper entertained a few
friends Saturday afternoon in honor
of Edna Whitcher who has been spend
ing the week at the Harper home.
Clarence Chilberg left for Duluth.
Minn., Sunday morning, called there
by the death of his uncle, Frank
Schaefer„ Mrs. Chilberg was called
C1Q C!/i, CO CC
SlOCf 3±.£0, q4»5U 01 3)5
from 24 to 36 waist measure and in a good range of entirely
new styles. If you are needing a new Skirt you certainly ought to see these
$650, $750, $10.00 & $12.00
A Handsome Line of
It really don't pay for the busy mother to worry over
making Dresses for the girls when she can buy such pretty
ones at such reasonable prices. Our new line of Summer
Dresses for girls is larger and better than usual and includes
a big line of the season's newest and best styles. Every
Dress is well made and neatly trimmed and the little folks
will like them. We shall be glad to show you even the you
are not ready to buy.
29c, 39c, 59c, 75c, 98c, $1.25, $2.50 & $3
I. P* __ J_ A fortunate purchase enables us to of-
season's newest materials at considerable less than the regular price. This lot has
just arrived and is now on sale. It will certainly be to your advantage to see these
manyspemuaiu^at 9c, 19c, 29c, 49c and 69c
fer you a beautiful assortment of the
At 19 Gents.
to Duluth several days ago by the ill
ness of both Mr. and Mrs. Schaefer.
Miss Gussie White visited at the
Martin home Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Dorothy Sharpe is a guest of
her sister, Miss Sharpe, of the High
school, for the week.
Dr. Stickney, the state superinten
dent of Congregational church, preach
ed at the Getchell church last Sunday
Messrs. Elihu Mosher, Ed. Ladbury
and Curtis were down from the Lad
bury neighborhood Sunday afternoon
to talk over matters "of mutual inter
est between their church and the Get
The grade and high schools will
close for the year on next Froday, aft
er a very successful year's work.
The new road leading down into the
valley near the Carl Thiel farm has
been completed and is a fine piece of
work, some say the best grade in the
The Misses Pearl and Luella Alyea
returned Sunday after spending a cou
ple of weeks at their home in Minne
The Sunday schools of Rogers have
invited the Getchell Sunday school
to a picnic in Boxelder Grove next
Saturday. Here's hoping for a fair
day and a big crowd.
Mrs. Chas. Whitcher and Mrs. Wm.
Harper were elected delegates to the
State Sunday School convention at
Minot, N. D.
The Sunday .school institute of this
district will be held at the Getchell
church next Sunday. A very Interest
ing program has been prepared and all
who are interested in this work are
invited to be present. The meeting
begins at 10 o'clock. Dinner will be
served in the basement at noon. The
Children's Day exercises also will be
held on this day.
Levi Etzell and family were Quests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ronzheimer Sat
urday and Sunday.
Louis Baumez and family visited at
the Ayers and Ronzheimer homes
Word has been received of the ar
rival of a tiny son at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lyman Getchell, of Tacoma,
Wash. •-\. i•
Miss Stella Martin spent Sutfday at
her home across the river.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronzheimer and fam
ily visited at the Chas. Ronzheimer
home in Logan Sunday.