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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 6 May 1915

.« PAGE TWO S' 1 Valley City 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. THE STARS AND STRIPES ABROAD (From Mlnneapoplis Journal.) James W. Bennett, of Roanoke, Vir ginia, went to Europe on one of the American relief steamers, and upon bis return recently told of some of the scenes he witnessed. There is one picture he gives of an American relief automobile that may well cause a lump to rise in the throats of the most cynical of those who decry the ma terialistic and money-grabbing atti tude of the American nation toward stricken Europe. Mr. Bennett painted the little scene in a single line: "The motor relief car was flying the Stars and Stripes, and many approached and stroked the emblem with affection." The agitator who tells us that bitter ness against the American people is found on every hand in the belligerent countries are refuted by s...

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. — 6 May 1915

4 v.- 4 BARNES COUNTY FARMING IS ATTRACTING ATTENTION The improvement in farming meth ods in Barnes county is made the sub' ject of a special bulletin just issued by the North Dakota experiment sta tion. That this bulletin will give the county wide advertising cannot be doubted, as it Is sent to many parts of the country. The bulletin follows: The county agricultural work is speeding up farming in Barnes county. This work is carried on in co-operatioa between the county commissioners and the North Dakota experiment sta tion. Edwin Mayland is the county agricultural agent for the southern part of the county, while T. X. Calnan •works in the northern part. The coun ty field agents in turn co-operate with the farmers who are interested in planting crops like corn and alfalfa, or rotation or hog pastures, or whatever the enterprise may be. Demonstration work has been one of the prominent features of this work and the crop that has received perhars the most attention is alfalfa. At the p...

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. — 6 May 1915

PAGE FOUR SAY NORHALONIANS "FAR EXCEEDED EXPECTATIONS" Devils Lake Journal: The Normal onians sang their way into the hearts of Devils Lake music lovers last even ing with a delightful program at Guild hall, where they were greeted by an appreciative audience. The Valloy City organization more than made good, far exceeding expectations. Dev ils Lake is glad they came and will welcome a return. Gradually from the opening number on the program until the close, inter est increased until selections were doubly encored. While the audience showed keen appreciation of the fine choruses in the Normalonians' pro gram, of special interest were the Joy symphony, by the "All-Star Ladies or chestra" and the Normalonian quar tet Ben Goodsell in de Beriot, Moszkow aki and Wieniawski violin music cap tured the interest of the audience, as did Dorothy McFarland's whistling solo, "La Cinquontalne,'' by Gabriel Marie. Miss Coughlin sang Lohr's "Little Grey Home in the West" with as great effectiveness...

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. — 6 May 1915

4 lt Wi­ /W, ANDreduce Kerosene Oil. Gasoline 14 lbs. Walter Nelson and J. O. Jensen, both of Leal, were in Valley City Sun day. They left Monday morning for home. Chas. E. Sehrawder and R. 6. Mueller, of Lucca, attended the asso ciation meeting Friday, and registered at the Valley hotel. A nine-pound baby boy was born Fri day afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. King, on First avenue. H. R. Bitzing, of Bismarck, was a Valley City arrival Monday. He was a guest at the Rudolf. J. N. Lydon, of Jamestown, was a Valley City visitor Monday. William Frank, from Fargo was in the city Monday on matters of busi ness. W. E. Bush came in Monday evening from Daily, where he has just finished a nine month's term of school. Mr. Bush will spend the summer in the city with his family. Arthus Hamre returned to the city Tuesday morning to resume school at the Normal after a brief home visit. Albert Hemp returned home on No. 3 Tuesday morning after an absence some days in Fargo and the Twin Cities. T. L. Bro...

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. — 6 May 1915

PAGE SIX *2* Secretary Bryan said he would ask for a thorough and complete report from the American consul and would direct Ambassador Gerard at Berlin to make a similar inquiry of the Ger man government for such facts as might bear on the subject. Should the investigation bear out the dispatches claiming that the German submarine made an attack on the Gulflight, the United States probably will demand an indemnity sufficient to cover the losses incurred by the ship and com pensation to the families of the vic tims. It is thought probable that an expression of formal regret will also be requested. While the seriousness of the attack Is a matter of discussion and specu lation in official quarters the belief is held that Germany, if responsible •would not seek to justify the act, but Would promptly agree to make amends. Washington, May 3.—President Wil son will reserve judgment on the tor pedoing of the American steamer Gul flight with the loss of Captain Gun ther, in addition to two A...

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. — 6 May 1915

4 e- IS in Barnes county for sale. Wahpeton, N. D., While Governor Hanna has not com mitted himself, it is generally be lieved that he will call an extra ses sion, if the laws are suspended. Prob ably such a legislature would pro vide for a special election so that an expression of the people can be had upon the laws suspended as soon as possible. On the other hand, a special ses sion could re-enact the suspended laws and affix the special emergency clause lifting them out of the referen dum. It would then be up to the courts to decide just how far this Delicate Children need a wholesome Spring tonic quite as much as their parents their blood needs renewing to withstand the acti vity of Spring exercise and the severe changes of Spring climate. Probably nothing is so popular pre scribed for a true Spring tonic as Scott's Emulsion, and if every child in this vicinity would take one spoon ful of Scott's Emulsion after every meal for one month, it /would enliven their blood, help avoid ...

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. — 6 May 1915

PAGE EIGHT ^THE COUNTY WEST PRAIRIE Miss Eggee spent the week end in Valley City attending the convention. Norman Olson made a flying trip out to the Moe farm Thursday. Gbert Nordgaard called at the eounty hub Friday. The young people from Selbo's vis ited at Skorpens Saturday evening. Agnes Eggee and Mabel Selbo were over Sunday visitors at Willowdale. Carl Oppegaard autoed to town Sat urday. "The Willing Workers" will meet •with Miss Nordgaard Saturday after noon. Miss Landsverk called at Meadow €reek Thursday afternoon. 0. B. Skonnord and family were en tertained at dinner at L. S. Nord gaard's last Sunday. Among the Hastings callers on Fri day were Leonard Johnson, Oscar Hoi berg, Mrs. Selbo and son Walter. Mr. Ellingson and the Froid family from Hastings attended services In the West Prairie church Sunday. Agnes, Judith and Joseph Skorpen spent Sunday on the farm. Rev. Holen visited with friends in this community a few days this week. ECKELSON. Sanborn Enterprise: Wm. Reed spen...

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. — 6 May 1915

4 •V 4 1 & vv VOL. XXXV—NO. 3. Grand Forks, April 29.—If the re ception accorded the Normalonians in Fargo and Grand Forks is a cri terion, the present trip will be one of continued triumph for the Valley City organization. Following the Fargo concert on Tuesday evening the Normalonians sang at Fargo college Wednesday morning and were enthusiastically re ceived. At Grand Forks the party was met at the station and given an auto ride over the city, which was appreciated by all, as every point of interest was covered. This was followed by a din ner reception arranged by the cHrls' Glee club, whose recent appearance in Valley City was one of the musical treats of the season. The evening concert took place at the university before a highly appre ciative audience, at whicn the alumni of the Normal school were particular ly in evidence. It was a repetition of the success scored at Fargo, as at tested by the insistent calls for en cores. Every number on the program •seemed to make a hit...

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. — 6 May 1915

PAGE TEN i':T 1 l! ii t-' it Jr* Mi r- There is also a renewal of activity on the east Prussian front where the Germans report successes. A sensational report that 8,000 allied troops had been driven to the sea on the Gallipoli peninsula and that 12,000 •were captured comes from Berlin. It is expected operations against the Dardanelles will proceed slowly as the turks are strongly entrenched and their wire entanglements and trench es will have to be shelled heavily be fore the troops can make a serious at tempt to advance. The French have lost a cruiser, Leon Gambetta, torpedoed by an Austrian submarine while leaving the Adriatic sea for Malta. Only a small part of the crew was saved, but all the offi cers, including the admiral, were drowned. Reports as to the intention of Italy are varied, but the Italian embassy here authorizes a statement that noth- !nS,!S,kn_0Wn,°f..!he 20,000 ALLIES CAPTURED OR KILLED LATE REPORT Berlin, April 28—Halil Bey, former president of the Turkish parl...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 6 May 1915

T, a FOR SALE—Brown Swiss graded bull calves for sale. Township 138-57. T. J. Lee, address Valley City, Rt. 3. FOR SALE—Van Brunt 18 disc press drill, almost new. Also several stacks of hay. Phone 908H. "WILL TAKE IN horses and cattle for pasturing. Section 16-138-58. O. P. Enerson, Valley City. Farm phone 923-1. POTATOES AT THE FAIR North Dakota Building, San Fran cisco Exposition, April 28.—The great est event ever pulled off at the expo sition was fathered here at North Da kota building yesterday by progres sive citizens of Larimore, N. D., when they served big baked potatoes to a crowd estimated at 8,000 people. Souvenir spoons, plates and buttons were used and Cassassa's military band of nearly fifty people played dur ing the afternoon. Glacier Park In dians were on hand through the cour tesy of the Great Northern railway and gave a potato dance for the multi tude. men's parlor during the afternoon. The Great Northern railway fur nished a chef for the occasion and the potatoes ...

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. — 6 May 1915

PAGE TWELVE .»-*-4*«w,fir'^/wv^'H«".^»•• (Continued from Last Week.) CHAPTER XXVI. Congratulations. The Due de Tremont saw what splendid stuff the captain In the Cavalry was made of by the young man's quick convalescence. Sabron could not understand why Robert lin gered after the departure of the Mm quise d'Esclignac, the Comtesse de la Maine and Miss Redmond. The pres ence of the young man would have been agreeable if it had not been for his jealousy and his unhappiness. They played piquet together. Sab Ton, in his right mind, thinner and paler, nevertheless very much of a man, now smoked his cigarettes and ate his three meals a day. He took a walk every day and was quite fit to leave the Orient. Tremont said: "I think, Sabron, that we can sail this week." Sabron looked at him questioningly. "You are going, then, too—?" "Of course," said the young noble man heartily. "We are going together. You know I am going to take you lack in my yacht." Sabron hesitated and then said: •'No, mon...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 13 May 1915

VOL. XXXV—NO. 4. Took Large Place on Pro gram and in the Election of Officers Work of Our Clubs is Approved. That Valley City occupied a promin ent place at the Mothers' Congress in Bismarck last week is shown by the Bismarck Tribune's report of the meet ing. Just about three-quarters of that report had to do with Valley City peo ple. Dr. Acher's address was summarized iuite completely and there were given the following references to Valley City and its work along the lines of the conference: Valley City had a representation of five delegates. The expenses of three of the ladies attending were paid by the organization which they repre sented. Mrs. O. Simenson represent ed the Lincoln School Parent Teach ers Circle which was organized by Mrs. Rudolph Acher Jan. 27, 1914, and has the distinction of being the first Parent Teacher organization affiliated with the National Congress in North Dakota. The circle now has a mem bership of 72, 60 of whom are members of the congress. Another Va...

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. — 13 May 1915

PAQK TWO IP ValleyClty runes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. GREENWOOD A HOUGHTALING Subscription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Efttered at the Postofflce In Valley Ctty, N. Dak., as second class mail THE TIME TO RETREAT. The eld organ grinder was in the Btreet, And the children danced around him with clattering feet. Clattering, pattering, Pattering clattering, Clattering, pattering clattering feet. When the old organ grinder had got all the money He left in a hurry—now wasn't that funny? The children cried, "Oh, but you shouldn't stop playing!" Said the old organ grinder: "What's that you are saying? Go on with your clattering, Go on with your pattering, Make as much noise as you like in the street. Patter or clatter, It doesn't much matter, Bat when all the ladies their money stop scattering, That's the right time, boys, for me to retreat!" The blacksmith on the Courier says that paper has no desire to start a newspaper fight, and then goes out of its way and uses a half column 10 ...

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. — 13 May 1915

4 4 DETHERS KILLED A GREAT EAGLE The Bank of Valley City has on ex hibition for a few days a large black eagle that was killed by Henry Det mers at his farm in Noltimier town ship one day last December. It was a stormy day and the eagle had at tacked and was carrying away a 20 pound pig when Mr. Detmers secured his gun and shot tne big bird. It measured seven and one-half feet from tip to tip of wings and weighed 11 pounds. The taxidermist has made a fine job of mounting, and Mr. Det mers is very proud of his trophy. BOY HIDES BULLET WOUND Fessenden, N. D., May 5.—Bearing the pain for 12 hours of a bullet wound in his leg, Herman Piedt, 10 year-old son of a farmer of this county, stoically kept silent about his injur ies and divulged them only when he became so lame he could not walk. He and another 'boy were shooting go phers with a small rifle which was accidentally discharged, the bullet go ing through Herman's leg. CELEBRATE THEIR GOLDEN WEDDING Taylor, N. D., May 5—W. A. Pago a...

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. — 13 May 1915

•$. w- iy, ft. MUCH REVENUE FOR STATE DEPENDS ON CASE NOW ON Bismarck, May 7.—States Attorney Nestos of Ward county and Tax Com missioner Wallace have returned from Minneapolis, where during the last •week they were taking depositions in the case of the State Loan company Phone Number 418 Trimmed Hat Sale Should sell for $3.50, $5.00 and $6.00, now— $1.98 Charming Hats that really sold up to $5.00 and |6.oo, new, clean Hats, tastily trimmed with fancy ostrich and flowers and quills, black and most all colors. $1.98 Thursday and Friday Only Children's Trimmed Hats 25c, 48c and 98c MISS HOLTQUIST Right Price Mercantile Co. "THE FAIR" at Peco Toastles, Assorted Nougats, imp?!* vs. the State of North Dakota. The State Loan company last fall asked for a restraining order against the county auditor and treasurer of Ward county to keep them from pro ceeding to collect by sheriff's sale $10,800 in taxes. The State Loan company is a corporation organized under the laws of the state of Min- V...

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. — 13 May 1915

Dr. Pray left on No. 3 for Jamestown Tuesday morning. Frank Henry was an early arrival in Valley City Tuesday morning. Ernest Lundy, of Leal, was a busi ness caller in Valley City on Monday. A. B. Campbell, from argo, was an arrival in the city on No. 8 Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Hawze, of Fre mont, were in the city Monday .visiting with friends. J. W. Widdifleld was a Valley City visitor from Leal Tuesday. He was a guest at the Rudolf. L. C. Figg, of Sawtelle, Cal., spent a few hours in the city on Monday. He stopped at the Kindred. No. 3 Tuesday morning was about three quarters of an hour late owing to some delay along the road. F. C. Landblom, of Page, was in Val ley City Monday and Tuesday, looking over propositions in real estate. Mabel Wood, who has been attend ing the Normal, left for her home in Minnesota recently on account of poor health. The Valley City Normal baseball team journeyed to Enderlin Monday where they took on the Enderlin high school team. The boys took...

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. — 13 May 1915

PAGE SIX %x*": WIMBLEDON COMMERCIAL CLUB PLANS NEW WORK Wimbledon News: The Commercial club held its annual meeting Monday evening and took a new lease of life. The meeting was called to order by President J. L. More. He emphasized the importance of having a real live commercial club and expressed his re grets that the club had not been as ac tive as it should have been the past year, but he was hopeful of the future. The minutes of the last meeting were read by Secretary H. M. Stroud and stood approved. Treasurer A. E. Dennstedt made his report later in the evening. After a general discus sion of the year's work the club pro ceeded with the election of a board of directors for the ensuing year. The following were elected as members of the board: C. C. Beers, H. M. Chase, A. E. Dennstedt, R. M. Evans, J. A. Kotchian, A. F. Steffen and H. M. Stroud. After the club was adjourned the newly elected directors met and or ganized for the year's work. The fol lowing officers were elected: H...

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. — 13 May 1915

4 4 days visit with relatives at Carrington. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! WE SUMMON YOU, to join in the fight against Rats, which is now on throughout the United States. The United States Govern ment has issued a bulletin of warning on the need of fighting the Rodent, and declares, if unchecked, the descendants of a single pair exceed 100,000,000 in four years, and the total damage will soon be* come incalculable A S Cause more damage than all othpr destructive agencies, Fire, Flood, Cyclone and Earthquakes. The Rat is the most filthy animal alive. Did you ever stop to consider where tie lives and from where he comes? It is not necessary that you should tolerate Rats on your prem ises. Science has at last discovered a way to completely eradicate this vicious, loathsome, property destroying Rodent. Rat Annihilator if used according to directions will destroy your Rats to a certainty. Price 15 cents. A positive guarantee with each package. The fight is on during the next two weeks, so all work...

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. — 13 May 1915

PAGE KIQHT 6- r. Sf? vP-'i 1sfv ^THE COUNTY Jens Henrikson was a visitor with John F. Henrikson last Wednesday aft ernoon. Ole Stevens and son Peter were Daily shoppers last Monday. Carl Henrikson was a visitor with Fritz Olstad last Sunday afternoon. Martin Stevens was visiting in Kathryn a couple of days last week. Jens Henrikson and son Julius were busy last Tuesday afternoon hauling home hay. Arthur and Melvin Olson and Oscar Aas were visitors with Peter, Joseph, Melvin, Alfred and Edwin Stevens last Sunday afternoon. Mandius Monson was busy last Wednesday forenoon fanning seed oats and barley. Eddie Aas spent last Sunday evening With Julius Henrikson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luddilca and family and Miss Marie Henrikson were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Aas and family last Sunday afternoon. H. M. Hanson was a business visitor in Kathryn last Friday. Julius and John F. Henrikson were visitors at Thoreson's place last Thurs day evening. John Saugestad and son Martin were Daily ...

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. — 13 May 1915

i\: 4 if::'3 }!, *, (fc-t.y. W:'$ lik m.s 1-. 4 Section Two VOL. XXXV—NO. 4. London, May 6.—Reports consistent "with the progress on the part of the allies' forces at the Derdanelles is con tradicted in an official statement to day from the Turkish war office. It is said that the troops landed on the Gallipoli peninsula are in a precarious position, being encircled by the Turk ish forces and unable to advance. The statement made said only two points on the peninsula, Seddul Bahr and Avi Burnu, were held by the allies. An tack by the Turks on the encampment at Krithia resulted disastrously for them, the Turks leaving 1,500 dead behind after being repulsed. The British correspondent asserts that the tip of the peninsula and the entire western side is under the control of the allies. Rome, Vienna and Berlin advices indicate a crisis has come in the negotiations between Italy .and Austria. In Rome, where it is has been felt that war was inevitable, there has been a sudden revival of hop...

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