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40-in. Silk and Wool Poplin, all
shades, light and
40-in extra heavy Crepe de Chene,
good range of light
ond dark colors ..,
spe de Chene,
27-in Fanck Dress
and Waist Silks
Taffeta de Chene, a new Silk just
new Silk just
on the market,
SEE THIS SILK
36-in. Taffeta (Beldings Guaranteed)
good line of
dress shades ...
Staple Silks and Velvets in all
colors. Bring your sample we can
44-in Wool Ottoman. Very fine
50-in French Serge. Fine soft
s. Fine soft
50-in Cameo Check, Princess Cloth.
Satin Lunella Storm Serge, and
Ottoman Cloth. All
50-in Gabardine, new weave, eight
shades of this cloth, including all
this season's new
36-in. Amoskeg all wool Serge. The
best cloth made,
84x96 Bed Spreads, either cut corner of fringe, special
value for month end
36-in. best quality Bleached
Hertha Zoeller, who returned
Thursday from Getchell Prairie, where
she has been the past four weeks, left
Friday for Valley City and Lanona for
a few day's stay, returning Sunday.
Mrs. Val Potter and children visited
with Mrs. Pete Peterson at the Baillie
and Nielson farm Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Conrad Potter visited at the
Arnold Zaun home Tuesday.
Fred Bartz, Sr., brought out a tank
of gas from Valley City Thursday for
Frank Potter's threshing rig.
Mrs. Arnold Zaun and children ate
thresher dinner at Will Potter's Wed
Mrs. Kobert Vogel and daughter,
Nettie, called at the Will Potter home
Mrs. Arnold Zaun and daughter
Emily, visited with William Dottings
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rohde and Miss
AUce, autoed to Clark City Sunday
10 yds limit to each customer
Special table of Wool Dress Goods, all new fall goods.
Special month end sale price
Furs, all new and up to date
$250 to $45
Mrs. John Wakefield and John
Brown left last week for Durand, Wis.,
where Mrs. Wakefield will stay for
Herbert Brown went to Minot to file
on a claim on the Berthold reservation.
Mesdames Colville, Drescher and
Martin visited with Mrs. Reynold
Albert Schinekel and Mrs. P. Zoeller
visited at the Joe Stacke home Sun
Seasonable Merchandise at Lowest Prices
A visit to the various departments of our store will convince you that we have spared
no pains to provide a great variety of Fall and Winter merchandise at lowest possible prices.
Ladies' medium weight, cotton
Union Suits, all
Fine Egyptian Cotton Union Suits,
Dutch neck, wing sleeve or high
neck, long sleeve
ankle length ....
White Waisted Suits,
high or low neck ..
Heavy white plate
worsted Union Suits-
Silk and wool Union Suits, Dutch
or high neck.
Very fine garment ...
Children's Union Suits
2 to 12 years, 5c and
SPECIAL PRICE GOODS FOR END OF THE MONTH
for a visit with the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tabbert.
Mrs. Arnold Zaun, visited at the
Conrad Potter home Friday.
Mrs. Will Potter and son Lawrence,
Minnie Ruecker and Marian Rohde
and William Rohde autoed to Valley
Mrs. Frank Potter visited her sister
Mary, Thursday and Friday afternoon.
Alice Tabbert called at the Will Pot
ter home one evening recently.
J. H. Miller and son, Willie, called
at the Frank Potter threshing rig Sun
Bertha Schefer is assisting her sis
ter, Mrs. J. H. Miller during threshing.
Minnie Ruecker was a Sunday after
noon visitor at Arnold Zaun's.
Henry, George and Jake Rohde
were callers at the J. Schafer farm
Mrs. Will Potter visited with her
The wind on Monday stopped the
threshing all day.
The Misses Alma Priebe and Selma
Anderson were seen enjoying a cart
ride on Sunday afternoon.
Bill Wolski was a Valley City busi
ness man on Saturday.
Louis Noltimier was a caller at An
drew Anderson's on Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. C. E. Creighton, of. Spirit wood,
who has been visiting at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nol
timier, returned to W home on Sun
Mrs. Tom Carlson aid Mrs. Severt
Anderson visited on Thursday at the
Grotberg home ...
ALLEY CITY. N.DAH
Crepe de Chene, Voile and Organde Waists, Special
value month end
TH* WEEKLY TIM Eft-RECORD THUR&PAV, OCTOBER
Any Ladies'or Hisses' Suit in Our Stock for
Former prices up to $27.50 ",1'
This Is an unusual time to cut prices on Suits, but there is a reason for it.
DO NOT BE AFRAID OF CHANGES IN STYLE
We know you cannot understand why Suit prices should be slaughtered so
early in the season. We have ladies ask if it is on account of change in
style. We can positively assure you that our Suit* are correct in style
that there will be no change and that every garment in our stock is new this
•eason and up to the minutes In style and fabric.
Only a few garments left but range of sizes is still complete. Buy
Another express shipment of
from those shown
earlier. Let us show
you these garments be
fore you buy.
$20 to $35
One lot White Organdy and Voile Waists, long sleeve, Convertable
collar. Special value.
25 Silk- Petticoats—Messelins, Taffeta and Jersey top, all colors and
new good, while
Joe Grotberg was seen on his way
to Valley City on Monday.
Mrs. John Salzman and Mrs. Her
man Noeske were Valley City shoppers
Mrs. Harold Nelson and Miss Bertha
Skadland were seen in town on Sat
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE.
Notice is hereby given that that cer
tain mortgage, executed and delivered
by Michael Baumgartner and Maria
Baumgartner, his wife, mortgagors, to
T. A. Quirk, mortgagee, dated the 2nd
day of December, 1907, and filed for
record in the office of the Register of
Deeds of the County of Barnes and
State of North Dakota on the 18th day
of December, 1907, at 11:05 o'cloek a.
m., and recorded in Book "35" of Mort
gages at page 288, will be foreclosed
by a sale of the premises in such mort
gage and hereinafter described at the
front door of the Court House in the
City of Valley City, in the County of
Barnes and State of North Dakota, at
the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., on the
7th day of December, 1915, to satisfy
the amount due upon such mortgage
on the day of sale.
The premises described in such
mortgage and which will be sold to
satisfy the same are situate in the
County of Barnes and State of North
number One hundred thirty-eight (138)
North, of Range number Fifty-six (56)
West of the Fifth Principal Meridian,
containing 160 acres, more or less, ac
cording to the Government survey
And Whereas default has been made
Ladies' and Children's Sweater
Coats, the heavy kind
$125 to $15
1st, 1912, and $140.00 interest which
became due December lat, 1913, and
$140.00 interest which became due De
cember 1st, 1914 thereunder, and no
part paid, the said T. A. Quirk, mort
gagee and holder of said mortgage,
has duly elected and does hereby elect
to declare the whole principal sum of
said mortgage due and payable at the
date of this notice under the terms
and conditions of said mortgage and
the power of sale therein contained.
There will be due on such mortgage
at the date of sale the sum of Twenty
six Hundred Sixty-four and 25-100
Dollars ($2,664.25), besides the costs
and disbursements of this proceed
ing,- including attorney's fees as pro
vided by law.
Dated October 20, 1915.
T. A. QUIRK,
WILLIAM J. CLAPP,
Dakota and described as follows: The!mass here on Nov. 1. Tuesday, Nov. 2
South West quarter (S. W. of Sec- All Soul's Day: Early mass at 8, late
tion number Twelve (12) in Township
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Fargo, N. D.
(Last Pub. Dec. 2.)
Next Sunday, Oct. 30, being the fifth
Sunday of the month and the twenty
third after Pentecost, mass will be as
usual at 8 and 10 a. m. Monday is AH
Saints' Day. Both priests will be out
of town on the missions, therefore no
at 10, as on Sunday. This is
our Memorial Day, on which we
piously remember the souls of the de
parted friends and visit their last
in the payment of the sum of $140.00, their daughter who is enrolled as
interest which became due December, student at the Normal school.
Mrs. Mulloy, of Hazelton,
in Valley City over Sunday
(From another correspondent)
The teachers of the school are going
to attend the meeting of the North
Dakota Educational association at
Grand Forks, Nov. 3, 4 and 5.
The school children have purchased
the piano, formerly owned by Mrs.
Kelsey, of Valley City. It will be paid
for. during the winter by the proceeds
from a series of entertainments.
A play entitled "Murder Will Out"
will be presented Friday evening, Nov.
12, by six high school birlg. This is in
connection with a basket social which
will be given at the school to raise
money for atheletic and other activi
Triple Nickelplated Casseroles
Brown and white cooking dish. Wears better and
does not tarnish as quickly as silverplate. 7 inches in
diameter, solidbrass holder heavily nickle
plated, fancy pierced design. Special, each ..
Besides above mentioned number we are showing a
large assortment of other styles.
Two-Piece French Carving Sets
8 inch hand-forged steel blade, highly polished, sharp
cutting edge, ebony handles, fancy bolsters, At7
two-tine fork, per set
Electric Hand Lamp or Lantern
Gloss biack japanned steel case. G. E. flashlight
bulb, 2*4 in. reflector, swell back and swinging bail
handle.^ Use ordinary dry battery. A handy
article in city or farm household. Each
"Dover" Guaranteed Electric Irons
6 pounds, iron hood, nickel plated, steel base specia^
blue finish prevents face wearing rough. Special heating
element cannot wear out detatchable plug 6 ft. cord.
The best on the market at any price.
Latest shapes and designs.
Electric Shade Holders, solid brass
19-Inch Glass Stand Lamps
Big founts. Lamps complete with No.
special globe shape chimney, all for 2Sc
Double Tipped Matches
Clean white sticks. Heads will ,not fly off. Wil
strike anywhere but ignites only where friction is *1A
exerted on tip.
Finest quality crepe, regular loc grade, each roll
wrapped in tissue paper.
rolls for *., wUC
Underwear,.Blankets,[Mittens, Gloves, Hosiery
When in need of these items, see as FIRST. You
will save money if you do.
ties. It is hoped to stage a basket ball&3
game the same evening. A full eve
ning's entertainment is promised.
Miss Esther Koenig will begin giv
ing piano lessons at the school Mon
day, Nov. 1. Suitable hours will be ar-
ranged for the girls desiring to take1
advantage of this opportunity.
Carpenters Johnson and Dahl left,
this week for Grand Prairie where,
they are going to construct another
I will have a car of very line Mich*
igan apples in Valley City Saturday
or Monday, consisting of Spies, Bald*
wins, Greenings, Russitts, etc., also
pears. E. L. McGee.
Phone it in t« the Time*-Record.
At Our Candy Counter
.' Hollowe'en Pumpkin Candy
puffed favor pumpkins, delicious
SSS. ....5c & 10c
Salted Spanish Peanofs, per lb. 10o
Plain Marshmellows, per lb 10c
Try Our Good Golfees
••Welcome" Brand, pound...
"Perterred" Brand, pound..
(Ground or whole)
If this is not the best coffee ou ever bought at the
price, you may return same and get your money back.
such as masks, lanterns, festooning,
seals and cut outs, favors, etc.