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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

PAGE TWO ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. GREENWOOD & HOUGHTALING Subscription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Entered at the Postofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail matter. Ai BOY'S DOG. No, siree, that dog won't bite Not a bit of danger! What's his breed? Sure, I don't know Jest a "boy's dog," stranger. No St. Bernard, yet last year, Time the snow was deepest, Dragged a little shaver home Where the hill was steepest. Ain't a bulldog, but you bet 'Twouldn't do to scoff him. Fastened on a tramp one time— Couldn't pry him off him. Not a pointer—jest the same When it is all over, Ain't a beter critter round Startin' up the plover. Sell him? Say, there ain't his price, Not in all the nation! Jest a "boy's dog," that's his breed— Finest in creation! —McLandburgh Wilson. IF YOU WERE A BELGIAN— Duluth Herald: If you were a Bel gian had seen your home and your place of business destroyed by one or both the contending forces had some of your family and frien...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

W'r-: ^ites lis ,' Brownsville, Tex., March 27.—Two persons ,were wounded by the numer «ua bullets said to have (alien In Brownsville late today iwhen Villa force# attacked Matamoros, across the Mexican border from here. Matamo ros is garrisoned by Carranza troops. Owing to an unexpected attack from the south, the besiegers ceased their attack late this afternoon. The persons injured were struck by shots (ailing in the residence section here. Tfeey are Mrs. Luciana Hino josa, wounded in the foot, and Jose Lopec, wounded in the arm. The at tack from the south which continued tonight apparently threatened to flank the right wing of the attacking force. It is believed the attacking force is led by General Vasquez, who recently left Ma tamer 08. Washington, March 27. General Villa began today an attack on Mata moros opposite Brownsville, Tex., the possession of which would give him practically undisputed control of the states bordering on the American frontier. Driven from Piedras Negra...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

PAAC POUR ASSESSORS AT WORK TODAY Census enumerators will swarm the state of North Dakota today, April 1. It's the date for the beginning of taking the state census which is done every five years. In taking the census this year the re turns, property ceretifled by the enum erator, must on or before the 10th day of July, 1915, be transmitted to the secretary of the state through the county auditor of each county by ex press carefully boxed. Aa in past years there are always certain features about census taking, which although the enumerator might be ever so well versed, would not be understood by the persons listed. To acquaint all with the most important instructions, the fololwing are given: The word family for census purposes has a wider application than it has in ordinary speech and means a group of Individuals who occupy jointly a dwelling place or part of a dwelling place. A person who boards in one place and lodges in another should he returned as a member of the fam ily where...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

1 4 '4 •:v: "V. -I*-'-' Bargains for This Week We wish to call the attention of the public in general to the fact that during this week we will sell Granulated Surfar (cane) 100 lbs $6.88 Granulated Sugar (beet) 100 lbs 6.78 Occident Flour, 98 lbs 3.95 Kerosene Oil, gal 121-2 (10 per cent off) Gasoline 17 (10 per cent off) These are not special prices but they are our every day prices and they are low. Many ads. you find in the papers, are headed "Special (or Saturday Only." This means they offer you special prices for one day out of six. We offer special prices six days in every week. If low prices are a benefit to the consumer one day in a week, we offer six times better than they offer, therefore give us the benefit, because we are the originators and adopted the plan first. On all offers made for Saturday only they demand cash, because the cash system is the only plan to reduce the cost of living, so if you buy from us you save six times as much as you do when you buy at reduced...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

PAGE SIX AMERICANS IMPERILLED IN PERSIA Washington, March 26.—Appeals bare been made to the Russian com manders at Tiflis by the British and American consuls at Tabriz, Persia, to yrotect imperilled American misssion aries, and Christian natives in Uru •xiat, and vicinity from Turkish out rages. Assurances come from the Turkish government that steps will be lakes to protect missionaries. Washington, March 26.—Alarming reports of atrocities, including the hanging of 60 men taken from a French mission, and five from an American mission compound at Gul pashan, Persia, have stirred the state department today to further efforts to obtain protection for American mis sionaries, and refugees in the vicinity of Urumiah, Persia, where an upris ing of Kurds threatens a general Christian massacre. Ambassador Morgenthau at Con stantinople. has been twice appealed to by Secretary Bryan in the last few days to urge the Turkish government to send protection to the imperilled section. In view of the...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

1 jEf Ys, «trv*si \t i.1 t, SYNOPSIS. CHAPTER I—Le Comte de Sabron. cap tain of French cavalry, takes to his quarters to raise by hand a motherless Irish terrier pup, and names it Pitchoune. CHAPTER II—Sabron dines with the Marquise d' Escllgnac and meets Miss Julia Redmond, American heiress, who •lngs for him an English ballad that lingers in his memory!' CHAPTER III—Sabron, trying to sav« Pitchoune's life, declines a second invita tion to dinner because of a "very sick friend." CHAPTER IV—No more Invitationi come from the Chateau dj Escllgnac. Pit choune, though lame from his accident, thrives and Is devoted to Sabron. CHAPTER V—Sabron and Pitchoune meet the Marquise and Miss Redmond and after the story of Pitchoune is told Sab ron is forgiven and invited to dlnnei again. CHAPTER VI—Sabron is ordered to Al ders, but is not allowed to take servants or dogs. He is invited to a musicals at the Chateau. CHAPTER VII—At the muslcale Miss Redmond, hearing that Sabron cannot take Pitchoun...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

PAGE EIGHT. SALE Dakota drucCo The *Rexa££ Itoi-t WI.LKY CITY N 10c Barcelona Castile, two bars for 10c Physicians' and Surg eons' Soap, two bars for. 4711 Glycerine Soap, two cakes for 25c Rexall Medicated Skin 50c Casavera Greasless Cream, two for 50c Krank's Pink Blush Massage 50c EJuderma Cream for 50c Crown Cream for 25c Skin Joy for PALMOLIVE SOAP FREE Three cakes of Palmolive Soap FREE with the purchase "20f» of a 50c jar of Palmolive Cream for *)Vv Fine Quality Soaps lc 11c He 26c 26c Soap, two cakes for 25c Mederine Skin Soap, two cakes for 25c New England Toilet Soap, Wood Violet, Rosebuds, Lily of the Valley and Trailing Arbutus odors, two for 10c Bose Blossoms Glycerine Soap, two for (Limit two bars to a customer) Combs & Brushes lc 26c 51c 11c 26c 25c Dressing Comb, two for 50c Dressing Comb, two for 10c Hand Brushes, two for 25c Hand Brushes, two for Lotions & Cream lc 25c Rose Water and Glycerine, two for Jergen's Almond and Ben- 01/"» zoin Lotion, price 50c H...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

4 Is- VOL XXXVI—-NO 50. Few Residents of Our State Realize the Opportunities Now Open to Them, Says Big Farmer. Bismarck, March 23.—The following letter from Walter Reed, manager of the immense farms containing 40,000 acres near Amenia, written to Com missioner Flint of thfe Agricultural de partment, is highly interesting an-! contains good pointers not only to North Dakotans, but to those in eas tern states, telling them of the suc cesses to be attained in this state. In iiis letter Mr. Reed says: "You certainly ask some interest ing questions in your letter. I might write an answer so long as to ex haust your patience, without exhaust ing the subject. "I am one of the men who believe in North Dakota. My grandfather din before me. He came to the state in 1875 and his belief in the future was the result of his foresight mine was his experience as a basis. But his faith in North Dakota never wavered after he had seen the sod broken and the first crop grown. Still I know that to the d...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

PAGE TEN $#&.'• y* m"° Last Tuesday we had our first rain and the snow will soon have to go. The ground should be in flne shape for spring work this year. Willie Fagerstrom and John Gart land are decorating the interior of the King school house with a fresh coat of paint. The building has also been reshingled and other improvements are planned so that our District 3 school will be one of the best. Township election was held at the King school house Dist 3, on Tuesday of last week. School opens in the King school Dist 3, April 5. Charles and Willie Fagerstrom and Andrew Benson called at the Gart land home Sunday evening. John Benson bought a team of horses at the Martin Wold auction sale. Mr. and Mrs. E. Waltenbaugh re turned from isit to Iowa where Mrs. Wartenbuugh spent the winter •with her parents, her husband going there to meet her. STEWART From Sanborn Enterprise News is a little scarce this week, the bad weather keeping nearly every body at home. Fred Tabbert of Clark City...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

BIDS ,WANTED. Sealed proposals will be.received by Noltimier School District up to 2 p. m. Tuesday, April 20, 1915, for the ma terial and erection of a school house in the center of the township, the con tractor to furnish all material. Sealed bids also will be received separately for the erection of the building and the furnishing of the ma terial delivered at the site. Plans and specifications may be seen at the offices of the County Superin tendent of Schools Valley City, North Dakota, and the State Superintendent of Education, Capitol Building, St. Paul, Minnesota. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check of $500 payable to F. C. Schroeder, pres: ldent, except those bids given separ ately on the erection of the building and the furnishing of material in those bids the amount of checks shall be $250. These are given as a guaran tee of good faith to enter into contract. Separate bids will be received at same time for heating and plumbing with certified check for $150. All...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 April 1915

PAGE TWELVE Bismarck, March 24.—The last ses sion of the legislature passed but one Tevenue law—the two-mill tax on money and credits, and it is the belief of the state tax commission that this law as it stands is unconstitutional. The legislature in its dying hours struck out all of the measure which had been prepared by the tax commis sion except the first section and sub stituted for the portion stricken out two sections. The original measure declared the purposes of the tax and the manner in which it should be dis tributed to the taxing districts of the state." ~The state rived under it was to be applied. The court held that the act was repugnant to section 175 of the state constitution and therefore void. The two-mill tax on money and cre dits which the legislature in its wis dom so extensively amended does not state the purpose of the tax nor pro vide for its distribution. The tax commission believes that it is uncon- torney general. The failure of this measure wilt throw the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

VOL XXXVI—NO 51. Seven-Year-Old Earl Ployhar in Line for Carnegie Medal by Saving the Life of His Pla mate. An, accident which might have re sulted fatally had it not been for the quick action and courage of little Earl Ployhar, occurred Saturday afternoon close to the little park bridge near the Elk's building. The two boys, Earl Ployhar, aged seven, and Wilton Wold, five years old, were shooting bow and arrows at about 4 o'clock in the after noon. Winton threw his bow nown upon the thin crust of ice on the south river bank. He then started aft er it, whereupon Earl remonstrated with him, saying that the ice was un safe. Nevertheless, Winton ventured out upon it and when out near the hold his breath. They got out in the stream some little distance. When the men got too close to the edge of the ice, Collins fell through. Iverson ex tended his ash-hoe to young Wold. He grasped it and was drawn ashore. A plank was thrown out on the ice and Earl was able to pull himself out. In the str...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

PAGE TWO Valley City riffles-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. GREENWOOD & HOUGHTALING Subscription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Bntered at the Postofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., aB second class mail matter. When writing or when having print ed matter prepared, spell out in full the name of our state. Make it NORTH DAKOTA, not N. D. By doing this, much good advertising will be had .•without additional cost, then too, it is better form. In other tfarts of the country, North Dakota is not well known. The name is seldom heard or Been. We who are interested in her development should do everything in our power to make the name of our good state better known. One way is to bring it to the attention of others in full. Make it NORTH DAKOTA, riot N. D. Bryan's grape juice policy is being •vindicated. We will gladly print spring poems at our regular rates per line. New umbrellas and Easter millinery might as well be charged as overhead expense. England has come to the conclusion that its gr...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

HIS LOVE 8YN0P8I3. CHAPTER I—Le Comte de Sabron, cap tain of French cavalry, takes to his quarters to raise by hand a motherless Irish terrier pup, and names it Pitchoune. CHAPTER II—Sabron dines with the Marquise d' Esclignac and meets Miss Julia Rodmond, American heiress, who sings for him an English ballad thai lingers in his memory. CHAPTER III—Sabron, trying to save Pitchoune's life, declines a second invita tion to dinner because of a "very sieli friend." CHAPTER IV—No more invitationi come from the Chateau d' Esclignac. Pit choune, though lame from his accident, thrives and is devoted to Sabron. CHAPTER V—Sabron and Pitchoune meet the Marquise and Miss Redmond and after the story of Pitchoune is told Sab ron is forgiven and invited to dinnei again. CHAPTER VI—Sabron Is ordered to Al giers, but is not allowed to take servants or dogs. He is Invited to a musicale at the Chateau. CHAPTER VII—At the musicale Miss Redmond, hearing that Sabron cannot take Pitchoune with him, offers...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

PAGE FOUR ANDERSON. From Sanborn Enterprise Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Adams and family ,Eowje Arthur, Daniel and Thomas Falvey, Olivia and Charles Pross, Joseph and TV! J1 4 1 /I am ttnl /I Ti^l Vl Ida Didier, Alex Green, Harold Flach, Mrs. Fred Grentholz, Ernest and Louise were Sanborn visitors Satur day. Agatha Stroh, of Sanborn, is spend ing Easter vacation with her sister, Mrs. Harry Didier. G. W. Barchus and son, Alva, were Leal callers Saturday. Miss Cora ITalvorson came up from Valley City Thursday to spend a few Thursday days on the farm. Joseph Didier and daughter, Ida were Sanborn callers Saturday. Miss Minnie Knecht is spending ker!croW(j Easter vacation with relatives and friends at Wimbledon. D. E. Flemming was a Sanborn vis itor Saturday. Miss Olive Rhodes visited at the Didier home from Sunday night until Tuesday morning. A home talent play will be given in the school house in district 16 Friday jam, night, April 9, by the Anderson Social club. Admission, 50 cents for adults ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

Louis Noltimier went to St. Paul Tuesday evening to attend a meeting of the Co-operative Equity Exchange. Mr. Noltimier is a director in the ex change and president of the Co-opera tor's Herald at Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Burckhalter, of Pittsburg, Pa., have a son, bqrn to them on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Burck halter are very well known in Valley City, as Mr. Burckhalter was at the head of the physical education depart ment in the Normal for some years. H. 0. Tooley was amotfg those who took advantage of the new rate and subscribed for the Daily Times-Record Wednesday. George Dotting was down from San born Wednesday. We acknowledge a call and subscription in advance. Mr. Dotting says the cold weather is hin dering the farmers from getting an early start for spring's work. Wallace Yule, of Woodworth, arriv ed Tuesday in Valley City, and spent Wednesday here, going to Rogers Wednesday night for a week's stay at his former home. This is Mr. Yule's first visit to Valley City in a year and...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

PAGE SIX f#r m-. •z REDUCE COST OF LIVING BY USING NIXED FLOUR Washington, April 1. That the American housewife is herself quite capable of doing all the flour mixing desirable, is the commentary of As sistant Secretary of Agriculture Vroo inan on the mooted mixed flour ques tion. He further says that the Amer ican housewife could materially reduce the cost of living if she were to get the flour mixing habit. "There are some 30 substitutes that can be mixed with wheat flour in mak ing bread," he said in a statement is sued here today. "Many of these are more nutritious than wheat flour some of them are cheaper than wheat flour, and of these, two or three, at least, are commercially obtainable al most anywhere. "Potatoes, corn flour, and rice (in certain sections) can be used with profit in mixture with wheat flour in making yeast bread. With wheat flour as dear as it is now the careful home wife stands to effect quite a saving by using one of these products to eke out her wheat flou...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

SHEYENNE VALLEY NOTES. Alfred Monson was a visitor with Julius Henrikson last Sunday morning. Joe Nelson was a business visitor in Kathryn last Monday. Stevens Stevenson was visiting with Helge Olson and Alfred Anderson one day last week. Ole Hagen was seen out in the field last Tuesday afternoon harrowing. Herman Luddika was a business vis itor in Valley City last Wednesday. County Correspondence Mrs. Peter A. Anderson visited with Peter A. Anderson was busy last Monday afternoon hauling seed. Julius Henrikson was a Daily visi tor last Sunday. Farmers' Free Column Actual farmers may advertise stock, poultry, grain, machinery or farm pro duce in this column, free of charge. Admertisements may be signed or an swers received at this office and for warded. The right is reserved to re ject. FOR SALE—Barley suitable for'seed. Inquire of Thomas Gassman, Phone 930B. FOR SALE Registered Holstein FOR SALE—Fresh milch cow, two bulls, 15-16 Herford, nine months old. M. J. Moe, Rt. 5. M-ll-3 FO...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

FACIE EIGHT. GOVERNOR SETS DATE OF "MOTHER'S DAY State of North Department. "Mothers' Day" the Governor. it Dakota, Executive -A Proclamation by 7.60 cows and heifers, 4.50@6.40 The memories of our childhood with Its joys and sorrows, of our youth with 18-138-56, $15,000. Its fond hopes and anticipations, and) A. B. Snell, to C. E. Batcheller, ne of our man and womanhood with its 13-138-57, $4,320. sunshine and shadows, are inseparably C. E. Batcheller, to Fingal Land and •associated with one to whom above all: Loan Agency, ne 13-138-57, $7,200. others we owe our lives, our happiness] S. M. Mikkelson, to F. B. Vandrovec, and our ability to make the effort and lot 10, block 1, Riverside, $325. meet the future in tho proper Chris- Frank Lynch, to Lucy A. Phillips, lot tian spirit—our Mother. The praises of motherhood, its glor ies, tenderness and sanctity, have been sung in song and story since the be ginning of time and within recent GERMAN SUBMARINES years it has become the beautifu...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

Section Two VOL XXXVI—NO 51. THE A MODERN HOTEL ENTERPRISE LOCATED IN LEE BUILDING Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hamilton, pro prietors of the new hotel in the C. J. Lee building, arrived from Fargo Wednesday morning and proceeded to get busy unloading two carloads of furniture. The hotel will occupy the fine new rooms over the City Bakery and Gill department store. In the basement will be one of the finest cafeterias in the state. There will be a whole car load of fixtures for this, and it will be made to meet every requirement for the very best class of trade. In the hotel there will be hot ant! cold running water in every room and fifteen bathrooms. Each room will have a bed that will bring rest and comfort. The fundamentals are a sag less spring and heavy mattress. The furniture for the hotel is new through out, and everything connected with the establishment is sanitary and cleanly. We hope that when the hotel is open ed to be able to give a detailed de scription of the enterprise. Mr. an...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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