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Very little stack threshing was
done in this vicinity last week on ac
count of the rain.
Oscar E. Aas took a load of wheat
to Kathryn last Wednesday.
Harry Davidson was visiting at G.
O. Aas' place last Sunday evening.
Ole P. Olstad and Jens Rensby
were helping Jens Henrikson in the
threshing a couple of days last week.
James O. Thoreson took a load of
grain to Kathryn last Wednesday.
Miss Mipnie Opsahl visited with
Miss Helma Henrikson last Wednes
John F. Henrikson was a business
visitor in Kathryn last Monday fore
Sidney Gregerson took a bicycle trip
to Valley City last Monday.
Jens Henrikson afid a$n Julius, and
Ole P, Olstad helped Jens Rensby in
the threshing a couple of days last
Anders Opsahl has been busy lately
hauling wheat to Kathryn.
There were services in the Shey
enne Valley church last Sunday after
Oscar Aas, Helge Olson, Oscar E.
Aas and Peter A. Anderson were help
ing John F. Henrikson thresh one day
Miss Nina Henrikson did some shop
ping at Kathryn last Monday forenoon.
NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE
Whereas, Default has occurred in
the conditions of a certain chattel
mortgage executed by Peter Schwartz,
mortgagor, to the J. I. Case Threshing
New Ladies* Handbags, Card Cases.
Purses, Bill Books, Collar Boxes aad
Music Rolls, all brand new in the
LATEST STYLES. Received direct from
the manufacturers and am able to save you
the middleman's profit.
0. KNUDSON, Tli Jiwsler
Machine Company, mortgagee, dated
on the third day of July, 1913, and fil
ed for record in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds, County of Stutsman,
on the 26th day of July, 1913, and the
nature of the default being the non
payment of One Thousand forty and
55-100 Dollars with interest at the
rate of 10 per cent p,er annum from
the 25th day of October 1915, which is
the amount now claimed to be due
thereon of which mortgage and the
debt thereby secured said mortgagee
is still the owner and holder, and
same has not been assigned and no
suit or proceedings has been had for
the recovery of the debt thereby se
Now, Therefore, Notice is Hereby
Given, That because of such default,
sai| mortgage will be foreclosed, and
the undersigned will offer for sale and
sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder, the following described per
sonal property covered by said mort
One Case 75 H. P. Simple Traction
engine. ,- -1,
One 40x62 Separator—One 40 inch
One 62 inch Russell Wind Stacker
No. 2 Weigher.
One Water Tank.
At the front door of the barn sit
uated on the NW.
I Miss C. M. Lagerstr
Sec. 3, Twp.
139, Rge. 61, Barnes County and State
of North Dakota, on the 5th day of No
vember 1915, at 2 o'clock after
noon of that day. Terms: Cash.
Dated at Fargo, N. Dak., thiB 25th
day of October, 1915.
J. I. CASE THRESHING MA
O. A. Lohrke,
S. E. Gunderson,
Address Fargo, No. Dak.
Goin jj Out of Business
Stock Must Be Sold In
These Garments and Goods Must Go:
Coats Suits Dresses
Party Dresses Separate Skirts
House Dresses Rain Coats
Hats Waists Corsets Hose
Klmonas Feathers Flowers
Plumes Ribbons Aprons Hair Goods
All Trimmed Hats at $2.00 Each
One Lot Trimmed Hats at 50 Cents Each
One Lot Untrimmed Hats at $1.00 Each
Everything Sold Far Below Cost
MISS C. M. LAGERSTROM
VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA
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Struggle Discourage! Many
Citicen of Valley City
Around all day with an aching back,
Can't rest at night
Enough to make any one "give out."
Doan's Kidney Pills are helping
They are for kidney backache
And other kidney ills.
Here is Valley City proof of their
Mrs. Lydia Hackett, Second avenue,
and Eighth street, Valley City, says:
"I suffered a great' deal from back
ache and other disorders of the kid
neys. When I was working in the gar
den my back felt as though it would
break in two. Doan's Kidney Pills
cured me after other medicines had
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't aim
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Hackett had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. J. N. Defoe left Tuesday for
Dickinson, where she will visit for a
few months with her son, Charles,
Dennis Kelly and two daughters and
Editor Nelson, from Litchville, spent
a few hours in the city Tuesday.
LOST—On road between Valley City
and Verona, casing for hind wheel
of Ford car. Vulcanized in one place,
slightly rim cut. Name A. C. Ander
son on tag attached to tire, also on
G. N. express label pasted on tire. Re
turn to Pegg Garage for suitable re
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUN
ty of Barnes. In District Court,
Third Judicial District.
Olive R- Odermann, Plaintiff,
Matthew J. Odermann, Defendant
The State of North Dakota to the
Above Named Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to answer
the Complaint in this action, which is
filed in the office of the Clerk of the
District Court of said Barnes County,
North Dakota, and to serve a copy of
your answer upon the subscriber
within thirty days after the service of
this summons upon you, exclusive of
the day of such service and in case
of your failure to appear or answer,
judgment will be taken against you by
default for the relief demanded in the
Dated October 18th, 1915.
A. A. TWICHELL,
Office and Post Office address, Tower
City, North Dakota.
(Last Pub. Dec. 2.)
THE WEEKLY TIMEMICORD,THURSDAY, OCTOBER.21, 191B.
A New Line of
$2.00 to W
All Trimmed Hats now
FyTOU ought to see the way the pretty
asm Hats are selling since we put them
on sale at Half Price. If you expect
to get one of these stylish hats you had
better hurry for they are going fast at
g:i SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL PLUMES
Valley City's Leading Dry Goods Store
A Handsome Line of Dresses
EVER before have we shown such a beau
tiful line of Fall and Winter Dresses as we
have this season, and at such moderate
prices. Think of buying a stylish Silk Poplin or
All Wool Serge Dress at $7.50. We have a
splendid line at this price, besides a big line of
better ones at $9.95, 12.50, 15.00, 17.50, 20.00,
22.50, 25.00 up to $35.00.
They come in a big range of stylish models and
all the season's newest materials and colors.
You can easily find one you like and at about
the price you want to pay. All we ask is that
you give us a chance to show you.
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Dresses at very moderate prices....$ JL 10
Outing Gowns at 49c
For women and children, thfcy are
well made, neatly trimmed and are
made of good weight material and in
a good range of colors. They are
very special values at
Mrs. Oliver Mackey left Wednesday
for Hokah, Minn., called there by the
serious illness of her sister, Mrs. S.
R. Jones, from south of Eckel
son, was in the city Tuesday. He re
ports the returns on farming this year
in that section to have been very sat
O. C. Hanson rrom oazey, called
at our office Saturday afternoon to re
new his subscription. He reports hav-
Crepe de Chiene Waists at $1.98
Another big lot of new ones just received.
Snappy up to date styles in a big range of
colors. These Waists at $1.98 are the best we
have ever seen at anywhere near this price
and we have sold hundreds of them during the
last few weeks. You will be surprised to see
what beautiful waists we are
11 new Mixture Suits
values up to $25, now J'
They come in sizes 16, 36
and 38 and are the best val
ues you have ever seen at the
price. Don't wait if you ex
pect to get one of these
AllOther Suits Half-Price
Another Lot of Queen Quality Shoes Justin $3.S0 to $3.50
ing finished threshing and well along
with the fail work.
Albert Norberg, of Hastings, was a
visitor in the city Wednesday and re
ported threshing almost completed in
Eisen Holland, wno has been visit
ing here since Friday, at the parental
home, left Tuesday evening to return
to Minneapolis, where he holds a po
sition as car inspector with the Stude
Miss Hattie Stearns, of Fargo, ar
One Bi| Lot of
Values Up to
Winter Goats at $4.93
They come is sizes 16 and 18 and
a good range of styles and materials.
They are good warm coats and are
positively the best Coats we QO
ever sold at qrifcCJtJ
rived Tuesday to arrange lor a board
ing place while attending the .Normal
The supper and sale given on Tues
day by the Ladies' Guild of the .Luth
eran Free church was a great success.
At least 600 people were in attendance
and supper was served to alL .The
fancy work sale brought them a nice
little sum also. The ladies wish to
thank their friends who helped make
this'affair such a success both socially