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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 April 1915

PAGE TEN Two Days. The supreme court held that the present maximum coal rate was con fiscatory and the railroads affected immediately began to formulate new rates. The commission asks for this conference so as to establish a new rate satisfactory to all concerned. MANDEN MEN HELD ON CHARGE OF ARSON Mandon, March 31.—Charged with arson and attempt to defraud insur ance companies, Frank Kuttenbach was arrested last night and is being held in the county jail unable to rai3e $2,000 bail. Kurtenbach is a carpenter and had his tools in the Weiner shop in the MoKillic building on East Main street. He is alleged to have insured his tools for a considerable sum shortly before the fire, and is charged by Joe Weiner with having set the place on fire, Fri day, Feb. 26. CODNTY SUPERINTENDENTS IN VALLEY CITY IN JUNE Splendid Body of Leading Educators to Visit Us—Will Be in Session Here For Valley City on June 29 and 30 will entertain the county superintendents years,' of the state, whose associat...

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. — 8 April 1915

OWNNEWS T. T. Loftus, of St. Paul, arrived in the city Saturday morning and is reg istered at the Kindred hotel. Mrs. C. E. Burgess has as her guest for a few days Mrs. Stearns, of Kog ers. Mrs. Burgess formerly resided in Rogers and has many friends there. Mrs. Gjerdrum, of Christiana, Nor way, arrived in Valley City Saturday morning. She will .visit for some time with her son, Eivind Gjerdrum. Miss Ella Wilcox arrived Friday morning from Hekton. She will at tend Normal school during the spring term. Miss Lenore Hetrick, who is attend ing the Normal, left Friday night to visit during Easter with friends in Fargo. Word was received here Friday of the marriage of Miss Lydia Eckert, who was formerly chief operator of the Independent Telephone Co. here, and Floyd V. Buchnell, of San Fran cisco, at which place they will make their future home. Miss Edna Bowden is recovering nicely from her recent illness, which will be good news to her many friends in the city. Miss Bowden is at the Riv...

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. — 8 April 1915

PAGE TWELVE Being Detected. John Wilson, committed Dec. 10, 1914, from Bowman county for bur ®lary in the third degree sentenced to serve two years. John Robertson, committed Sept. 19, 1914, from Cavalier county for robberv in the (irst degree sentenced to servo two years. Fred Andrews, committed July 16, 1913, from Nelson county, for grand larceny sentenced to serve threo years. Escaped Sept.. 10, 1914, and started for Canada, but was caught and returned a couple of days later. SIX DESPERATE CONVICTS ESCAPE ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT FROM STATE PEN Took Advantage of Amuse ment Hour to Saw Bars and Get Away Without Bismarck, April 1.—One of the big gest jail deliveries which has occurred ill this state for many years was suc cessfully engineered last night by six desperate men at the state peniten tiary. The six who made their getaway are: Frank Irwin, committed Feb. 29, 1912, from Bottineau county, sentenced to ten years for the crime of robbery. He escaped with three others, Sept. 3, 1912...

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. — 15 April 1915

VOL. XXXVI—-NO. 52. London, April 12.—With the capture by the Russians of almost all of the main chain of mountains, the battle of the Carpathians, which has lasted up ward of 80 days has apparently come to an end over one of the extensive fronts for the Russians are now mov ing by railways, roads, and along the rivers down the southern slopes to ward the plains of Hungary. If it con tinues the successful movement is ex pected by the Russians to force the re tirement of the Austro-Germans who still are north of the Carpathians to the east of the Uzsok pass, in eastern Galicia and Bukowina. Interest in the west centers in the next move by General Joffre in his ef fort to compel the Germans to release their hold on St. Mihiel. German submarines are again show ing activity. Besides the Harpalyce, which wa3 torpedoed, they have at tacked the British liner Wayfarer, French steamer Franck and the steam er President, since Saturday. The mystery of the north sea firing Wed nesday remains un...

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. — 15 April 1915

PAGE TWO ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. -H'-'-g GREENWOOD & HOUGHTALING Subscription, |1.50 a Year, in Advance Entered at the Postofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail matter. THE HUSTLER. I am the guy called printer's ink I prut hard time upon the blink— My face is black as Erebus— But I'm a lively, hustling cuss. I make men rich who once were poor l'm on the job, I am for sure. I get work for the labor man And help to fill his dinner can I aid girls who must earn their feed I am the friend of all in need. I sell all things from pins to guns, To cargoes of ten thousands tons. I'm on the job both night and day, Away from work I never stay. I am "A 1" "O K" and "It." And I take a vacation—nit. I serve the small as well as great (See Business Office for my rate). I am the guy that brings the dough Just try me and you'll find it so. CHANGING SEASONS. Full soon the shadetrees will be green, the icebergs will be gone and we shall push the old machin...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 April 1915

Good Bye Gopher Losses Close your gopher boarding house by exterminating your cost ly guests. There's an absolutely certain way to protect your grow ing crops. You can utterly destroy gophers for no more thaa one cent per acre. Mickelson's KILL-EM-QUICK is absolutely certain death to go phers. They are attracted by its odor and like its intensely sweet taste. The tiniest particle eaten kills instantly. The maker's guaranty protects you. Money back if you are not completely satisfied. Bid your gophers good-bye. Stop the loss they cause. Clear them out with KILL.EiM-QUI'CK. You can buy it from C. N. McGillivray VALLEY CITY, N. D. FARMERS' MEETING AT SANBORN A GOOD ONE Sanborn Enterprise: The farmers' mass meeting called by the secretary of the local Co-operative Exchange or ganization, which met in the city hall last Satui'day afternoon, was largely attended, some coming a distance of 20 miles or more. The audience con tained a number of local business men and townsmen also. George S....

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 April 1915

PAGE FOUR The faculty of the State Normal school held their regular social professional meeting on Tuesday evening in the form of a recep tion for the retiring board of trus tees of the state normals. The re ception was held in the school library, "which was prettily decorated for the occasion. Miss Helen Crane was the hostess of the evening and in the re ceiving line were President and Mrs. McFarland, Mrs. Hugh McDonald, President Crane, of the Minot normal, President Hillyer, of the Mayville nor mal, and the members of the State Normal school board of trustees. After a short reception, partners were assigned to everyone and the company adjourned to the domestic science rooms. These were beauti fully decorated with flowers and plants with a color scheme of yellow and green. A delicious supper was served by the domestic science department and a few toasts were given. Miss Candis Nelson made one of the finest speeches of the evening, largely a toast in honor of the retiring members. ...

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. — 15 April 1915

SA"-.L Once more to the fact that the saving on all articles used in your home as reduced by the prices quoted below will make a great difference in your bank account at the end of the year. Bread at 10 par eant diaoount All branda off Smoking and Chawing Tobaeeo at 10 par eant dlaeount Flour at, par aaek $3.98 Sugar at, par hundrad $6.65 Karoaana Oil. .12tfe par gal. 10 par cant off Gasoline 17c par gal. 10 par cent off Miss Amanda Zabel entertained the teachers of the Lincoln school at her home on Tracy avenue last Monday evening. Miss Zabel is home from the university for her short vacation and very delightfully entertained these young ladies who had been co-workers of hers. How can you afford to miss this op portunity to reduce the cost of living? Bring us your catalogue from any mail order house in the United States and we will duplicate their prices and guarantee, better grades. This offer must assure you that you can save money by buying at home. Mrs. P. R. Trubshaw returned ...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 April 1915

PAGE SIX 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' Esclignac and meets Miss Julia Redmond, American heiress, who •Ings for him an English ballad that lingers in his memory. CHAPTER III—Sabron, trying to save Pitchoune's life, declines a second invita tion to dinner because of a "very sick friend." CHAPTER IV—No more invitations come from the Chateau d' 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 •fter 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 musicals 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 April 1915

4 •I How's Your Wall Paper You'll be thinking very soon of cleaning and decorating the house. I can handle every de tail of the work, furnish the pa per and paint and do the work. It will pay you to have me figure on the job. SOME BARGAINS IN WALL PAPER Will show samples on tele phone call and give you prices on work. Peder Baarstad Phone 575 518 W. Main St. ILLINOIS IS NOW HALF DRY STATE Chicago, April 7.—A total of 50 out of 102 counties in Illinois are entirely dry today, three new counties—Mar ion, Franklin and Jasper, having been added to the dry column in yesterday's local option election. About 100 saloons were voted out of business, out of the 350 involved in 45 townships. The chief try victory was in Centralia, which has been wet for 60 years. Thirty-eight saloons were voted out there. In Wisconsin, cities, towns and villages, which voted on the liquor question yesterday showed a gain for dry forces in the larger cities voting on the issues—Madison, Super ior, Ashland and B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 April 1915

PAGE EIQHT ^THE COUNTY LOGAN NEWS. Gus Vogel was a business visitor at John Logan's Wednesday. Albert Schmekel rented his farm to William Grindler. He will work at lUs trade of plastering and kalsomin log this year. Miss Stella Martin visited at the Zoeller home Sunday. Mrs. John Wakefield is recovering from a severe attack of rheumatism. Joseph Stache is planning to build a fine new farm residence. The high price of wheat makes it necessary. Albert Grindler visited Arnold Drescher, Sunday. Robert Lied, known in Valley City as the dispenser of cream, etc., while In transit from the county seat to Dazey, with two loads of household furniture, got stranded on the Baumez hill and was obliged to camp in that vicinity. Miss Anna Vogel is about to return home to help her mother during the busy season. During the winter months she assisted at the Hotel Bel mont. The I. W. W. girls will please •make a note of this. Arthur Grindler is purchasing horses and farm machinery with a view to runni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 April 1915

VOL. XXXVI—NO. 52. HIGH SCHOOL CONSTRUCTS GREAT WIRELESS OUTFIT The good people of Valley City have not awakened to the fact that Valley City High school possesses one of the most remarkable wireless plants in the northwest, both in respect to sending and receiving powers. The value of the outfit is something like $200 but the real cost amounts to only a small part of that sum. Certain parts had to be purchased but many things were made by Prof. Fitzgerald and Paul Baarstad at a cost approximating one tenth of the listing price. The former aerial was stretched last year from the Ritchie to the High school building, but a new one has been put across from the Ritchie school to the court house tower. This easily enables the operator to pick up messages from all over the coun try. A powerful little dynamo has been set up to furnish the spark gap for sending purposes. A condenser was made and fitted up in the labora tory at small cost. Several other use ful things make up the set, includ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 April 1915

PAGE TEN FORECASTS A BUMPER CROP Washington, April 7 the winter wheat crop planted last fall on the greatest acreage in the coun try's history were that 619,000,000 bushels "would be produced. This esti mate by the department of agriculture today based on the condition of the growing crop on April 1, may be in creased or decreased according to the changes in condition from that date to the time of harvest. Inspects of Winter wheat condition on April 1 was 88.8 per cent of a normal against ^Qn 95.6 last year and 87.6, the 10-year Rye condition was 89.5 per cent of a normal, against 91.3 last year and 90.1 the 10-year average. In a general way the wheat crop suf fered more than the average in the At lantic coast, states as a result of a cold, Great improvement. dry, windy March in the conditions was made in the western part of the grain belt, namely in Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, which cause a general average condition on April 1 slightly higher than on Dec. 1,! although thr average o...

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. — 15 April 1915

•"i ..SSS GENUINE Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy* In the light of these two letters, Grant's being dated April 7, but But it is easy to see, in the move ment of Lee's troops after receiving Grant's proposal, that he still held to the desperate hope of being able to make a detour to the west and south, around the Federal left. But Sheridan was still pressing on by the left flank in the direction of Deatonsville. Ord's division coming up, Lee had to retreat from Amelia Courthouse to the west until, on reaching Deatonsville, he found Sheridan blocking the way. Swell's division, 6Q00 strong, was thrown .against Sheridan's position, but was hurled back, broken to pieces and capitured. Still the great Con federate commander stuck to his plan, •which it is easy to see was the only one holding out hope, if hope could be fou...

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. — 15 April 1915

PAGE TWELVE A recent issue of The Gazette has an article by Director Thomas P. Cooper of the North Dako ta Experimental station on the sub ject: Boys and Girls as Pork Produc ers. The Times-Record reproduces the article this evening in full. The arti cle by Mr. Cooper is as follows: The second annual pork production contest which has just been success fully completed in North Dakota, has shown the influence of farm boys and girls in affecting the swine produc tion of the state. Within a period of three years the shipments of hogs from North Da kota to the live stock markets have multiplied five times. It is doubtful whether any other state in the union can present such a record in an equal period of time. Not only did the pro duction of pork increase but all classes of live stock were grown and marketed to a much greater extent than in previous years. This increase has been due to a number of factors, economic and otherwise. Much may be attributed, however, to the work of the county...

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. — 22 April 1915

VOL XXXV—NO. 1 II. OF N.D. GLEE CLUB IS WELL RECOMMENDED For ten years the University of North Dakota Men's Glee Club has tak en tours through this state and others. (It has not been till recently that the Women's Olee Club has taken such trips. This year the club has been re garded by critics competent to judge, as one of unusual merit. Prof. H. Aden Enyeart and Profes sor Philip Manuel, both voice teachers in Wesley College Conservatory have said that the Women's Glee Club of the University of North Dakota is the finest they have ever heard. Both men have travelled widely. For the trip this spring 24 young ladies have been selected from the full membership of 43. The young ladies have been chosen by competition, singing in quartettes and trios so that each singer on the trip is independent, thus giving the club the assurance and precision of at tack which is a marked feature of the programs. The soloists accompanying the club include, Mrs. E. A. Arhart, soprano, who is also chaper...

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. — 22 April 1915

PAGE TWO ValleyCity Times-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 •utter. TONGUES. "The boneless tongue, so small and weak, Can crush and kill," declares the Greek, "The tongue destroys a greater horde," The Turk asserts, "than does the sword." The Persian proverb wisely saith, "A lengthy tongue'— an early death Or sometimes takes this form instead, "Don't let your tongue cut off your head." While Arab sages this impart, "The tongue's great warehouse is the heart." From Hebrew wit the maxim sprung, "Though feet would slip, ne'er let the tongue." The sacred writer crowns the whole, "Who keeps his tongue doth keep his soul." —Unidentified. COAL GONE. Kansas City Journal: Scientists claim that the coal supply will last 10,000 years. We have reason to doubt this statement. Our coal supply gave out a week ago and since then we have followed mariners who bur...

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. — 22 April 1915

ff PFi --:L GOOD ADVERTISING FOR NORTH DAKOTA North Dakota has been getting a lot of valuable advertising in the last six months from the Country Gentleman, cne of the Curtiss pub^oations, at Phil adelphia. The Country Gentleman de votes its space to telling of the way farming is handled by the man who makes a conspicuous success of farm ing. It is a "booster" of the most pro nounced type, a booster for those methods which will make the farmers of this country business men instead of happy-go-lucky vicitms of the ca prices of nature. The Country Gentleman has a very large circulation, principally among men who have the money to make model farms if they take the notion to do so, and that is what makes the advertising North Dakota has gotten from the publication of so much value. Visit This Industry! Many people do not feel satis fied in 'selecting a monument from a photograph. We have invested in a large stock to give you an opportunity to see exactly what you desire before it is fin...

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. — 22 April 1915

PAOE FOUR bbIKIWau. ^THE COUNTY HASTINGS NOTES Hastings Times:—Olaf Hanson, of Litchville, was a business caller hero on Monday. Carl E. Bjerke shipped another car load of mixed stock and hogs to the St. Paul markets on Saturday.. Mrs. K. C. Olson is at Fargo with he. little daughter who is taking treat ments with Drs. Baily & Kachei macher. P. L. Reiten is having a cistern built on his property. P. P. Reiten is here from Kathryn doing the mason work. Sam Blank was down from Valley City on Saturday afternoon to arrange for seed wheat for the Emil Pahl lands south of Hastings. Hannah Elm has accepted (i position as clerk at one of the stores at Kath ryn to fill the vacancy of Miss Anna Tomern, who resigned. This has been a quiet week in our vil lage as all the farmers have been in the fields and we will be slack on news as nothing has happened to make any news off from. Deputy Sheriff Engebret Larson, of Valley City, and County Commissioner Thos. Gudmestad passed through here Lit...

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. — 22 April 1915

v* Vaughn Cowell has quit school for the remainder of the year in order to help get in the crop. Miss Winnifred Lund stopped off at Valley City Saturday, en route to her home at Barrett, Minn., from Wood worth, where «he has been teaching school. While in the city she visited with Miss Julia Lee. R. M. Seeley, father-in-law of Prof. B. A. Wallace, of the Normal, arrived in Valley rity Saturday morning, to visit here with his daughter, Mrs. Walr lace and her family. He has been spending the winter in Chicago with his daughters. Monday afternoon, from 5 until 6 o'clock Anna Walsh, the little daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cox, en tertained about 20 of her friends and schoolmates, the occasion being her ninth birthday anniversary. There was a birthday supper, and a cake with nine candles lighted. Mrs. Cox was assisted en entertaining the children by Mrs. A. R. Butler. Mon day evening Mrs. Cox will be the hos tess to the members of the K. W. S. club at her home on Elm avenue. An Avery ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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