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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 April 1915

PAGE SIX Attorney General H. J. Linde WOULD MAKE ROADS STOP SHIPMENT OF ALL LIQUOR This order was served by Sheriff Ross on Agent Johnson of the North ern Pacific at his residence last night at 8:15 o'clock. This order not only Fargo April 17.—With the issuance' defy the law with impunity. A short of an order by Judge C. A. Pollock of time ago a case in West Virginia at the Third Judicial District of North tracted considerable attention. It was Dakota at 7:30 last night, the North-1 similar to the North Dakota condition, em Pacific is temporarily restrained but lacked the foundation in a direct from accepting shipments of intoxicat- statement of the constitution which ing liquors into the state. appear- ed before the court and presented petition for an order citing the the North- one has but was declded cites the Northern Pacific to appear in. court and .show cause why the injunc- from stopping liquors into North Da tion should not be made permanent, but also to restrain the railroa...

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. — 22 April 1915

$ $ & 1 $ & •M&k' ftafrMw ft" T1, -'it' ir« asesBseesseseBsgsBssss Different Kinds of Printing CONE people speak of printing when they refer to a smudge of printer's ink on a piece of paper of doubtful quality. DRINTING is an art and like all art it has various exponents. Some printers are dubs, just as some artists are in reality artisans. 'T'HE value of printing depends up on the care taken in putting to gether the material used. An ink that makes a splendid book will ab solutely ruin a letter-head on a fine bond paper. And the type that is suitable for a church job would not do at all in an ad. or on a poster. Y*7HEN the Times-Record speaks of printing it refers to a piece of work that is absolutely right in every detail. The typographical ap pearance is neat, the paper is what is needed for the use you will make of it and the printing is all that it should be. It is right because we em ploy men who know their business. VI7HY not let the Times-Record riiake your next ...

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. — 22 April 1915

PAGE EIGHT. NO Mi THE GRRAT NORWEGIAN VIOLINIST ON THURSDAY At the Rex Theatre Thursday eve ning the appearance of Ole Theobaldi will afford music lovers of Valley City an unusual treat. Theobaldi is des cribed as a worthy successor of Ole Bull and has received many flattering notices. Florence Alice Sititzel, so prano, and Helen Kelere, pianist, as sist in the program. Paul Hart left Monday for different points out west. He expects to be gone about three or four weeks, and is calculating on seeing the fair o,t San Francisco before returning home. For the best Garden Hose, go to Veblen, Mhyro Aldahl Co. H. 0. Norman, of Mineral Springs, N. D., was a visitor in Valley City Tuesday. He was a guest at the Kin dred hotel. T. J. Sinner, of Fessenden, was a Valley City visitor Tuesday. He was registered at the Kindred hotel. M. J. Englert left Wednesday morn ing on No. 3 for Bismarck where he is going on matters of business. J. F. Gordon, of Hankinson, was in the city Tuesday on business....

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. — 22 April 1915

e- VOL XXXV—NO. 1 Little Damage. dropped several on Reybrldge Basin, setting fire to buildings. At Lowestoft, on the North sea, in Suffolk county, French Airmen Active. Paris, April 15.—The official report by the war office tonight says: "A German aviator dropped on the hospital at Mourmelon By the way of- reprisal for the bom bardment of Nancy by a Zeppelin, one of our aeroplanes dropped five bombs on the German headquarters. All pro jectiles fell on buildings in which the imperial staff is installed. We also bombarded the station of Freiburg, Imbreisgau. "A flying squadron of 15 machines dropped bombs with success on the German military buildings at Ostend. Our airmen were violently cannonad ed." Lodon, April 15.—Although not yet certain that it was a German sub marine responsible for the sinking of the Dutch steamer Katwyk off the North Hinder Lightship last night the indignation of the Dutch is evidenced by editorials of the Holland news papers. The Katwyk, which was load ed wit...

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. — 22 April 1915

PAGE TEN this time would from Casselton and finding its nus at Marion, just over the BARNES COUNTY RECEIVES TWENTY THOUSAND BOOSTS Splendid Publication by Nor thern Pacific Contains Ex tensive Writeup of Resourc es of Barnes County. The Northern Pacific has out a 20,000 edition writeup of North Dako-, ta, which contains the follow ng a ou Barnes county: Situated in the second tier of coun ties west of the Red river, well within .... 159 in 1900 to 18,066 in 1910, and by, a crease from a er 11 I0gricuiturai total acreage 0 a cr°Ps durum wheat, in pr° which the coun scan 1, roster of the a e, highest average yield per acre and a water area of 5,798 acres. It is 42 miles from north to south and 36 miles from east to west. Lake igi0 ag anl1 ar „prMKp'from whicb- 11 only 1,000, compare wi creasing tributary trade. The popula- of 589,412 the spring tion consists of mixed nationalities, the land one half of any. The tota acuage in ''$500,000. It has a corps of teachers The total acreage in...

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. — 22 April 1915

ill! noiitiiiiiimuimnnium BFFTT ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AVegetable IVcparatlonforAs similatingiteFtodarelReMi- lingUteStoaodBaodBowasflf Infants^tTuldhTn Piroiiiotes DigestfoiUClKerfU ncssandHratXontaliisnettfr Opiuiu.MofphinenorMuEraL NotNarcotic. a&etmikSMumm fata?' JbcMltUfs- MteM* fefe*. KmSai- ,B®aa \Vornis.C(»ivuls«msjevEnsft ness andLoss OF StfEB TacSm^ signarareof THE CENTAUR COMPATOT, NEW YOHK. At to months old 35 DOSES ""35 ^_K^TS_ Exact Copy of Wrapper. EXCELLENT Fargo, April 15. Reports coming from all parts of North Dakota and northern Minnesota state that the work of seeding is much farther ad vanced for this time of the year than ever before. In the Red river valley the work is exceptionally well ad vanced for the season. Reports seem to indicate that a large portion of the seeding is now done and the next couple of weeks will see the work practically all done. Ideal weather conditions have been responsible for this early work being done. There was not a great deal of...

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. — 22 April 1915

PAGE TWELVE "Sir i' '•I** (Continued from Last Week.) Sabron did not know mat ne would tare found the chateau shut had he Bailed there in the moon. It was as well that he did not know, for his wan dering thought would not have known where to follow, and there was repose In thinking of the Chateau d'Esclig nac. It grew terribly hot. Fatou Anni, by his side, fanned him with a fan she had woven. The great-great-grand children on the floor in the mud fought together. They quarreled over bits of colored glass. Sabron's breath came panting. Without, he heard the cries of the warriors, the lance-bearers—he beard the cries of Fatou Anni's sons who were going out to battle. The French soldiers were in a distant part of the Sahara and Fatou Anni's grand children were going out to pillage and destroy. The old woman by his side cried out and beat her breast. Now and then she looked at him curiously, as if she saw death on his pale face. Now that all her sons and grandsons had gone, he was the o...

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. — 29 April 1915

SB •J~"1 t, !SjH\ 1 4 VOL XXXV—WO. 2. A great deal of emphasis was laid on a community growing the same kind of potatoes, and that the potatoes be carefully selected. A number of experiments were cited in which the best shaped and the poorest shaped potatoes were selected from the same bins and planted, the difference in yield running 80 to 86 bushels per acre in favor of the well selected seed. The same thing is true of potatoes as of animals. To keep them up to stand ard care must be used in selection or they will deteriorate. The same diseases are affecting potatoes in Minnesota as in North ^Dakota. The common scab and Rhi zoctonia, or black scurf, are two diseases that are carried on the tu bers. The way to guard against them is to first select potatoes that are quite free from them and then to treat them with corrosive sublimate for two hours—4 ounces of sublimate dis solved in a little warm water and then made up to 30 gallons. This is a very poisonqus solution, so needs to be...

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. — 29 April 1915

iiK". PAQE TWO 'Mi^k 111 ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. GREENWOOD A HOUGHTALING Subscription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Entered at the Pcmtofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mall natter. OUGHT TO GET RESULTS North Dakota's new campaign against gun-toters ought to get results if the law is enforced. No petty fines, no reprimands, no "ten-days-or-ten dollars" stuff is to go after this. Any body found toting a gun can be sent up for two years for the offense, if circumstances make it appear desir able to hand out anything so drastic. There may be more effective ways than this of stopping gun toting, but up to date they have not proved their existence. Two years in prison is a mighty long time, but gun toting is a dis reputable business. There is no more need for going armed in the vast ma jority of cases than there is of a mans wearing a peacock feather in his hat band. The bare possession of a weapon is an ever-present argument for its use. Put a slings...

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. — 29 April 1915

V'V 'Sif-fT ^^MDUND LITCHVILLE. Litchville Bulletin: J. G. Bennett was a Valley City visitor yesterday .forenoon. Ed Stroeder called on dear and near friends at Sheldon, Sunday, going ov erland in bis Metz. Mrs. Henry Glebink returned Sat urday from a two weeks visit with home folks at Orange City, Iowa. Alex Nyberg arrived here last Thurs day after spending the past winter with his family at Kingsbury, Cal. Rev. Dan der Ploeg is expected back this week from Maurice, Iowa, where lie attended classes. He also spent some time visiting friends, and rela tives at other Iowa points. Mr. and Mrs. Bond, son Jack, Emil Djuberg and J. E. Nelson motored to Sheldon Sunday, making the trip across in two hours. Olaf Hanson went to Fargo this week and returned with a new Over land. E. C. Pollard has this week install ed a 340 gallon gasoline tank in front of his store. Miss Ethel Raymond will teach at Sanborn next year. She taught here two years, and has now been teaching three years at Wimbledon...

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. — 29 April 1915

PAGE FOUR A -r AROUND ^THE COUNTY NOLTIMIER NOTES. Miss Mable Montgomery and Mrs., Fred Beil were shoppers at Oriska Thursday of last week. C. A. Newman and daughter Emma, autoed to Valley City Thursday. Ren McClaflin, ofMichigan, visited at the home of his brother Frank Mc Claflin one day last week. Mrs. Fred Beil and children visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wol ski Sunday. Walter Noltimier was seen driving through this vicinity Sunday. George Montgomery built a bonfire last Thursday and nearly smoked his neighbors out. Among the callers at C. A. New man's Sunday were the Misses Viola and Emma Beil, Henry Beil and Bert McClaflin, Peter Hansen and sons Bill and Harry. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Newman were out auto riding Sunday afternoon. Bill and Ed. Newman, Arthur Abra faamson, Hank Beil and Bert McClaflin visited Sunday afternoon with Frank Hinky who resides at mers. Mat Kretch-'a Mrs. Mat Kretchmer autoed to Oris ka Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClaflin and son Bert were Valle...

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. — 29 April 1915

www, •(toi- W1, It MANY J. M. Boyd, of Oriska, was a visi tor in the city Monday. H. 0. Ersin, of St. Paul, was a Val ley City arrival Tuesday on No. 3. O. F. Grangaard was an early ar rival from Jamestown Tuesday morn ing. Harry Hoffman, of Fargo, attended to business matters in the city Mon day. E. M. Simpson was a Valley City visitor from Fargo Monday. He was registered at the Kindred. Frank Wayton, of Leal, was in Val ley City Monday. He was a guest at the Kindred hotel. Thomas Nelson, of Leal, was in the city Monday, attending to affairs of business: Mr. and Mrs. C. Towner, of Hast ings were visiting in the city with friends Monday and Tuesday. -V'' Emma Pugh and Isabel McGillis re turned Monday from Bismarck where they, spent the week-end with, their parents. Miss Steffen, of Fargo, traveling chief operator for the North Dakota In dependent Telephone Co., was a Valley City visitor Tuesday and spent some time at the local telephone exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Boucher left Tues...

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. — 29 April 1915

PAGE SIX A story was printed in the Fargo pa pers Wednesday night and Thursday morning to the effect that the high bridge was slipping down into the Sheyenne river and that the hills sur rounding it would have to be dumped Into the valley to keep the bridge in place. The story belongs to the "in ieresting-if-true" class, but it is read able and we give it in full, as follows: What will be the largest fill ever at tempted in North Dakota and one that •will require millions of cubic feet of earth will soon be started by the Northern Pacific under the high bridge over the Sheyenne river at Valley City 180 feet above the normal water level It is the highest bridge in the state and is also of great length. Recently the officials learned the piers on either bank were beginning to slip toward the bed of the river. It is thought the only way to permanently preserve the structure is to fill in underneath the bridge. Because of the height and the length of the bridge this will be an enormous ...

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. — 29 April 1915

Jor FOR SALE—Barley suitable for seed. Inquire of Thomas Gassman, Phone 930B. FOR SALE Registered Holfitein Friesen Bull. Four months old. Will be sold at a reasonable price. Visit This Industry! Many people do not feel satis fied jn 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 finished, If you do not find just what you wish in our stock we will show you our portfolio of latest designs and make an original drawing, carrying out any suggestions you may make, and if it meets with your expecta tions, we will then finish and place it in our yard subject to your ap proval. Our memorials possess the char acter that has won for us the reputa tion of finishing the best. Select your monument or marker from our stock of designs and see it before it is finished and we feel con fident you will be pleased. Railroad fares refunded to out-of town customers* Estimates quoted on work to be erected in ...

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. — 29 April 1915

PAGE EIGHT f?¥ :.r-" I^K .. ^V'-rv v- GIRLS OF CLI ON I AN SOCIETY WON THE TUESDAY DEBATE The fir§t of the series of debates to be held between the various societies this spring, took place in the auditor ium Tuesday morning. Classes for the last period were suspended and the students met at 10:45 to hear the debate. The two contending teams were made up entirely of girls, represent ing the Home Economics and the Clionian clubs respectively. The ques tion for discussion was: "Resolved: that the United States should give the Philippine Islands their immediate in dependence." The subject was well handled, all «f the girls being excellent speakers, in debate proper and in rebuttal. Ten minutes was allowed each speaker for the main argument and four min utes for rebuttal. The judges were Rev. Lyon, ex-Governor Frank White and Mrs. Featherstone. In the ab sence of Mrs. Featherstone, Mrs. Frank White acted as the third judge. A decision -was rendered as to the winning side, also as to the...

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. — 29 April 1915

iTf-T'^^?.^.^i^r:''-W:^ T- Mrs. Davis is a very vigorous speak er. She talked somewhat of her ex periences in Europe at various times, whither she had gone to combat the liquor trade. Mrs. Davis told of the ef forts being made to suppress the liquor trade in Germany, in England and in Russia. She told of how long drink had been recognized as an evil namely from the time of earliest Egypt, with her hier oglyphcs, through the history of Greece and that of Rome. The down fall of all these nations was brought about because intemperance had un dermined the manhood of the nation. Mrs. Davis compared Rome before her downfall .with the United States at the present time. The speaker told of conditions in this country, existing particularly in the larger cities, where special schools had to be set aside for the idiots and mentally deficient children whose parents had been heavy drinkers. Mrs. Davis gave some of the meth ods used in teaching temperance in the schools. She has charge of this br...

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. — 29 April 1915

,-i 8. PAGE TEN r- 6 ATTORNEY GENERAL ASKS RECEIVER FOR FARMERS'EQUITY EXCHANGE Fargo, April 24.—Charging fraudu lent transactions and insolvency, that capital stock has been .wiped out, that earnings have been misused and false reports of sales made to shippers in North Dakota, Attorney General there was no cure for me, I think it Linde appeared before Judge Pollock only right to tell you for the sake of other sufferers as well as your own satisfaction that a 25 cent bottle of Friday afternoon asking for an or der to show cause why a receiver should not be appointed for the Equity Co-operative Exchange, its charter an- lieve me but cured nulled, and that the officers be enjoin ed from soliciting stock subscriptions and consignments of grain in North Dakota pending this suit. May 18 waa the date set for the hearing before Judge Pollock in the third judicial dis trict court. Charges and allegations in the com plaint are supported by upwards of one hundred affidavits filed in connecti...

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. — 29 April 1915

,1 GENUINE Children Cry for Fletcher's The Kind. Ton Have Always Bought, and which hiw been in use lor over 90 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per* sonal supervision since Its infancy. When the news arrived that Mrs. Clara L. Darrow had died, her friends and associates felt that the city and the state had suffered an irreparable loss. For years she had thoroughly identified herself with all the better movements in Fargo and North Dako ta. and had devoted the latter years of her life to the best interests of her community. Dr. Darrow and Mrs. Weible, a dau ghter, were with her at the time of her death. The other children were on their way, but did not arrive in time. ing that year Mrs. Darrow taught school. The following year they were married, the young couple coming mediately to Fargo and establishing their home on Eighth street south, where they were living at the time of her death. Allow no o^e to deceive you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and...

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. — 29 April 1915

PAGE TWELVE ,:y (Continued from Last Week.) CHAPTER XXIV. The Meeting. Under the sun, under the starry rights Tremont, with his burden, jour •eyed toward the north. The halts were distasteful to him, and although fte was forced to rest he would rather feave been cursed with sleeplessness and have journeyed on and on. He •ode his camel like a Bedouin he grew brown like the Bedouins and under the lot breezes, swaying on his desert Aip, he sank into dreamy, moody and melancholy reveries, like the wander *g men of the Sahara, and felt him self part of the desolation, as they were. "What will be, will be!" Hammet Abou said to him a hundred times, and Tremont wondered: "Will Charles live to see Algiers Sabron journeyed in a litter carried Between six mules, and they traveled slowly, slowly. Tremont rode by the sick man's side day after day. Not once did the soldier for any length of time regain his reason. He would pass from coma to delirium, and many times Tremont thought he had ceased t...

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. — 6 May 1915

ft, 4 iM h''-\ fev^' Itei Section One VOL. XXXV—NO. 3. 1 NORMALONIANS ARE VERY GOOD As a fitting finale to their spring tour of the state the Normalonians closed their season with an overwhelm ing success at the Normal auditorium Monday evening. They filled the last number on the lecture course program, taking the place that was left vacant by the fact that John Kendrick Bangs was snowbound in South Dakota early in the year. The chances are that •every person in the audience Monday night felt that he had profited by the substitution. That the enthusiastic reception of the club at a dozen or more cities of North Dakota was warranted was fully proved Monday evening. It is seldom than one hears a more beautiful blend ing of so many voices, while the little details that go to make artistic glee •club work seemed to be perfect. Per haps the best of the chorus work was the rendition of "The Kerry Dancing," but the Normaloniau medley was an other chorus which brought out the fine points 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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