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r- Nov. 7.—Mrs. Fred Beil and daugh
ters Lillie and Murlte, and son Clif
•. ford, were in Valley City, Wednesday.
Florence Isensee missed several
days of school last week on account
Mrs. Frank McClaflin and son, Wil
Ham, were Valley City shoppers Sat
Mr. Neuman and Mr. Biel autoed
to Oriska Saturday afternoon.
Math Krelcl^mer took a load of
Silks and Woolens Women's and Chil-
40 in silk and wool pop
lin, good range of new col
ors. This is the Susque
hanna guaranteed poplin.
Value l. 75
36 in. wool serge and fan
cy plaids -large line of col
ors. This cjoth is worth
90c per yard.
40 in. Eagle Mills CrepeN
de Chine in light and dark
colors. Heavy weight all
silk materials. ff«"l 'Tft
$2 val Special.. O
Women's cotton ribbed
Union^uiis, either higjh or
Dutch neck, long or short
sleeve. Very good PQ
val. at 7$c. Special. .Uk/C
Women's cotton Union,
suits, full bleached. Low
neck sleeveless or high neck
long sleeves sizes.36 to 44.
This is a- better garment
than is shown this season
Childrens black hose in
fine and heavy rib, size 5 to
This hose is worth
this season 35c,
Special price .uOC
(Be sure to see these hose)
1 small lot children's hose'
sizes 5 to 754. black only.
While they last, fi
per pair X0C
No. 5300 women's New
port silk hose, biack only.
Regular price $1.50 and
worth same. C«-| 3©
(Buy what you can at this
price they will not be as
72-in. Union linen table'
damask, full bleach. Five
patterns to select from!
Washes and wears like all
linen cloth,_. Good values
Special-..... ... Q)X«JLfJ
lot colored border cur
tain voile—Marquisette and
Swiss. Good colors and pat
terns. Values up •ll
to 40c. Special tail
hogs to Oriska Saturday'.
A number from here attended the
Basket social at Grand Prairie Fri
Mrs. Louise Noltimier was in Val
ley City Wednesday. jigfr
Fred Beil was at C. A. Newman's
Math Kretchmer is the proud own
er of a' new Ford, purchased last
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Carlson called at
the Henry Bruns home Thursday eve
Mr. and Mrs. War. Wolski and sons,
Willam and Vernon, were Valley City
Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Cresop and
daughter Mary, are away on a visit
for a short while.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe and son,
Fritz, autoed to Valley City last Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beil .and children
visited at the Wm. Wolski home Sun
Esther Cresop and brothers Clar
ence and Verle, visited at Wm. Wol
Etta Bruns spent Saturday and Sun
day at home, returning to Grand
Prairie Sunday evening.
Times-Record want ads bring result*
(Successors to Gray's Department Store)
BUY HERE AND SHARE IN THE PROFITS
'"pHE first sale to be held by the new organization holds many surprises for you and comes just at a
time when you need Fall and Winter Merchandise! We will offer many exceptional bargains and
you cannot afford to miss this first big event at THE PEOPLE'S.
In this ad we mention but a few of the many bargains awaiting you, but assure you of a money
saving event. In these times of "war prices" it behooves each of us to save where he can. Attend
this sale arid save money! I?
SALE WILL LAST TWO DAYS ONLY
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 9 and 10
Terms of Sale Gash! GOME! Refreshments Will Be Served Both Days of the Sale Terms of Sale Gash! COME!
HY.not supply youi^.jCoat, Suitor Drgss needs
for the winter on-^
Friday andj Saturday
Our Ready-to-Wear department will be made a
special feature on these twp days, a liberal discount
on all ladies and misses coats and dresses. Will make
these lines a special inducement for you to buy now.
Ready-to-Wear -Dept. Specials
One lot—White Lingerie Waists, values ft~l Og
to $3.00, Special... vyAtOO
One lot—Wash Waists, slightly soiled, values OB
up to &J.75, special.. ODC
One lot—Heatherbloom petticoats, elastic fitted
band, deep colored flourifce. $3.50 C3
Extra heavy rope knit Ladies Sweaters
belted baok. Worth $10, special....'.
Quilted Silk Vests with sleeves. White or black,
size 36 to 44. $2 50 values. ft-|
SUCCESSORS TO GRAY'S DEPARTMENT STORE
Children's gingham and
percale dresses, fast color
g'oods all new styles. Clean-
price ..^2 Regular
Children's wool serge and
filk dressesj\all sizes from
6 fco 14. Bijgf line of colors^
and styles at a [A
Children's new winter
coats in all new styles and
colors. Sizes 6 to 14. Fri-
Special lot ful! size white
crochet bed spreads, good
heavy quality. Special val
ue for Friday CO CJC
ALL DAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Mrs. Mary Yule, of Rogers, is vis
iting relatives in the city.
Mrs. Kesion went to Rogers to teach
eight more women the gentle art of
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Palmer, of Mon
tana, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
W. N. Palmer.
Lloyd NelsOn and Harold Coop are
in the city having attended the big
Fargo football game Saturday.
Blanch Rathman, who spent the
week end with Hilma Larson, has re
turned to her home in Jamestown.
Dr. C. O. P. Smith returned Satur
day on No.. 7.
Mrs. Orrin Short returned Thursday.
•.Peerless" Coffee, regular 30c value
Coffee, Our regular 27c seller,
returned Z* °f
weeks with her parents in Fallan,
F. E. Buckwalter went to Fargo on
business on Saturday
Good lead pencils, dcz..20c
Best garment fasteners.... 7c.
Goats darning cotton, bl'k
or tan. 3 for ....... 5c
P. F. C. crochft cotton,
white or ecru..... ....
Extra geod qual. pearl but
to a 5
13- 5° valn'e Corsets..
Lot ladie's shoes in tan
and black. Good service
wear. Values to
to fit anyone.
Good Things from the Grocery Dept.
White Laundty Soap, regular price 6c,
Many other special bargain in Gro
cenes—including canned goods.
"trouble- man for the
Mrs. McClees of Eiroiann
Mrs. H. I. rersomus arrived Thurs-
returned fiom Bismarck on No 4
for a visit here
1 Ji Jt
for a visit of a few days.
Williston, where she is to
the entire week.
1 Rhode has purchased the J. J.
AJdaW house and the family are mov
ing in this week?
Friday evening frota Bismarck. Mr.
BartM1 was president of a section or
sented the Parent-Teachers' league.