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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 July 1915

4 •••,» 4 V-W 3 5' ''il- M. !tv FARGO CLAIMS 20.000 PEOPLE Fargo, July 1—Fargo has a popula tion of 20,549. The 1915 state census says so. The figures were totalled yes terday morning and show a gain of 6,218 within the last five years. Ac cording to the figures made public the native white male population is 8,611 native white females 8,511 native col ored males 54 native colored females 43, foreign males—all other national ities, 899 foreign females—all other nationalities, 1,431 children five years old and under—male 997 chil dren five years old and under—fe male 994 all males five to 20 years of age, 2,263 all females five to 20 AT LOW PRICES WITH IF1SK SERVICE A Change in Policy and Method ist—Our line of building material will be the best that cash can buy, and sold at a live and let live price, as we are no longer bound to a foreign corporation who are always long on prices. 2nd—We will extend credit to responsible buyers who can pay cash at time agreed upon.. 3rd—We are no l...

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 July 1915

1 W is.' •4«e wovn 6$ .£# 4.' LUTHER BAND IS THE AT TRACTION FOR THURSDAY Old Settlers Celebrate (By F. H. Talbot.) Old Settlers' Day, celebrated Tues day drew together many of the early pioneers of Barnes and other counties. Gathering in groups here and there •before the formal program of the meet ing, the old timers became reminiscent ot the good old days of the trail and the lowly ox-cart. One of the earliest of these pioneers was overheard as he remarked, "Nearly forty year ago, I travelled over" that north road in a prairie schooner. Today, I came over practically the same road in my Ford." Such is progress. The Old Settlers had a most unique program including story telling by John Maresh, an old Indian scout, Scotch dances, folk songs, Virginia reels and many other features. The Lucca band was on hand all day respond to several encores. Around the grounds the usual activities were in evidence, including the study per iod for the farm boys and girls, the Child Welfare, Bible Cl...

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 July 1915

-,t: n* *•. fig fr "i 3f pi I Jfe. 1 1 1 4 1 Miss Bert Stern and son Lester left Saturday for a visit at Minneapolis. She was accompanied by her sister-in. law-, Mrs. Caufman, who visited here, Ray McLees, of Sanborn, arrived in the city Friday. The public library will be closed all day Monday, July 5. Mrs. B. J. Haaland autoed to Litch ville and Nome Thursday.. B. R. Bradley arrived Friday even ing from. Grace City and is greeting his many friends. T. Melvin Lee reports from Fargo that he is on the return trip home ward and is expected to arrive here tonight. Mrs. R. S. Kennedy and little boy, Glenn, arrived Friday morning and are guests at the Dr. Hunt home. They will return to their home at Far go Saturday evening. Clifford Granger left Friday for points in Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois in the interest of the Granger Land Co. He expects to be gone several weeks. Miss Lillian Healy left Friday for Chicago. She will remain there for about six weeks and take a special course in music...

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 July 1915

vr PAGE 8IX t'lf The following counties are repre sented in the encampment: Cass, Stutsman, Wells, Foster, Griggs, La Moure, Eddy, Barnes, Steele, Dickey, Grand Forks and Burley. The camp is situated over near the high bridge. Twenty-five tents are grouped together there while nearby is the big mess tent where the best of everything is served to eat. The girls are in charge of Miss Minnie J. Niel son, assisted by Miss Nellie Farns worth and Miss Mary Hudson and nothing is left undone by these ladles to make the girls' outing highly pleas ant and profitable. A movement is on foot now to organ ize the girls into various groups and put on a series of game3 of all descrip tions Including basketball, handball, swimming and athletics of every type. Taken altogether the camp is a big, happy, joyous affair and so different from our old-fashioned ideas of edu cation that we sometimes almost won der if we are alive. Of one thing wo are assured and that is, that la'er on there will be 106 home...

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 July 1915

fnfissional Cards WINTERER ft RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. I O 4 I O N I Al»nay«tiaw VAiiar crrr, w. a THBODOM •. LINOiAH# and Oaanaallar ak Law Actual farmers may advertise stock, poultry, grain, machinery or farm pro duce in this column, free of charge. Admertisements may be signed or an ewers received at this office and for warded. The right is reserved to re ject. FOR SALE—Clydesdale Stallion colts, saddlers, drivers and work horses. Sold right and cheap. Leal Stock Farm, ^eal, N. D. FOR SALB—Barley suitable for seed. Inquire of Thomas Gassman, Phone 30B. __ FOR SALE Registered Holetein Friesen Bull. Four months old. Will be sold at a reasonable price. J. E. Staub, Owner, Valley City, R. 1, Box. 37. HAY FOR SALE in stack. C. J. Lee. 1 DAK. mtt AT«. N. I. A. PRAY, M. D. Phyaioiwi and Surgeon Vfet?. «l FMUfl 1b Fortoffioe Bkiok fkHl •. A. ZtMM SIMIAN, M. O. NyMan and Sursewi AimHim NaTI Bank tiuxr CUT, N. ix on. r. l. wiexi IM, NOM t4 THROAT PMM Whaa Wiiumy la New Wlelu BoUdlaf...

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 July 1915

PAGE EIGHT Si, The Barnes County Fair was opened Monday with a record crowd for a first day. The good weather of coarse •was a big help and the fact that people •were celebrating Independence Day brought large delegations from every direction. There were auto parties here from places forty and fifty miles away. The Patterson shows arrived Sun day and were on the grounds and all ready to entertain the crowd as soon as it appeared. These shows are guar anteed attractions, and there is a great variety of entertainment for all who seek amusement. The animal show is also spoken of very highly by those •who have seen it. The only horse race on the Monday program was farmers' race in which there was three entries. L. Downing, •Who drove Nancy Cramer, took the first two heats and the race. Piano, owned by Berton Bros., took second. The first foot race was for boys tinder 13, in a 50-yard dash. Will fiublitz was first, Carl Hanson, second. In the race of 50 yards for boys tinder 16 Arthur Bo...

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 July 1915

1 ft t~ *vt" f* -i I fN 111 mm Although this is but the fifth year, the Chautauqua already has a nation al reputation and it has assumed a definite place in the list of institu tions of our state. The session which closes tomorrow has been successful from every standpoint. The attend ance, in spite of several days of bad weather, has increased 10 per cent over last year, 3,500 tickets have been sold and 75 per (Sent of the campers -states Lawrence Bohnhoff of the The Chautauqua at Valley City aims to do something for the community. Its object is not alone to furnish polite entertainment while the patrons lazily listen, to the thoughts of men a life time in the making. It has an ideal of citizenship and of service which finds expression in several movements all having for their ob3ect the upbuild ing of North Dakota. Child Welfare Take for example the work of the child welfare department, started three years ago in a very modest way by Prof. Rudolph Acher of the Normal school. It is ...

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 July 1915

IMi TWO 1 &S£ |fe !h "*f&- 4$ ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. OREENWOOD & HOUGHTALING IhllMlcription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Eatered at the Po«tofflce in Valley City, N, Dak., as second class mall aatter. CORRESPONDENTS WANTED. The Times-Record wants, a corres pondent in every neighborhood in Barnes county—we wouldn't object if •we had two in each neighborhood. We «m't afford to pay for the items, but •we will furnish all the stationery and send you the paper. Write us or, bet ter still, come in some time when you are in Valley City. We need your help in making tbe Times-Record the best paper in North Dakota. We really can't do it without you. Come and help us. The Duluth Herald says that "the league of assassins has lost its Holt." About the best advice we have seen in regard to the German note is to "forget it." People engaged in irrigation this year have been compelled to switch to reverse gear and work for drainage. Business must be poor with the...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 July 1915

4 Vi 4 4 I :$fh.X~'-' 0$.: fV _... it! •mm •Wi'3 V- I f" (By F. H. Talbot) To try to describe the musical treat provided by the Luther College Band Thursday night is almost a hopeless task. Their work was so much be yond even that which we had expect ed, that it furnished the surprise of the season. We were almost inclined to doubt their classification as ama teurs. Playing in almost faultless style, with excellent well-rounded tone, fine phrasing and perfect rhythm, they simply swept the audience into a frenzy of applause. In fact, so keen was the audience to show its apprecia tion that time after time hand-clapping would start before the change in movements in certain numbers. The band is wonderfully well bal anced and never did the brass intrude itself unduly to the o'ershadowing of the wood-winds. With a magic wave of the baton, Di rector Carlo A. Speratl would draw forth from his players seemingly end less effects. Ranging in tone from the softest of orchestral effects to the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 July 1915

I PAGE POUR lii Straw Hats Panamas and Bankoks $7.50 Hats now $5.50 6.00 Hats now 4.50 5.00 Hats now 3.50 4.00 Hats now 3.00 35c or 3 for $1.00 Regular price 10 cents. Now 4 for 25 Gents 1 |K $3.00 Hats now $2.00 2.50 Hats now 1.75 2.00 Hats now 1.25 1.50 Hats now 1.00 They Won't Last Long at These Prices. Summer Underwear Union Suits and Two-Piece garments, all the standard makes includ ing B. V. D., Porosknit and Munsing. $3.00 Underwear now $2.40 2.00 Underwear now 1.60 1.50 Underwear now 1.20 1.25 Underwear now 1.00 WORK SHIRTS In blue, gray, Khaki and polka dots. Worth 50c any time $1.00 Underwear now $ .80 .75 Underwear now 60 .50 Underwear now 40 .25 Underwear now .20 PLEATED BOSOM Also a small lot of Negligee Man hattan Shirts. Worth $1.50 to $2.50. Your Choice $1.00 Boys' Wash Suits All two-piece Suits and some one-piece. A good selection of 'ISm suits we have sold up to $1.00. Now your choice OtJC A LIBERAL DISCOUNT ON ALL K. A E. SUITS AND ROMPERS Canvas Gloves Union Suit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 July 1915

,•.•••.' .j ".i.. 1 11 jr- it$ -fr?1 5.? iy .-'••• v, \y* 1 ... •"1 -v ..'w..,,-^ Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fearing left Mon day evening for Little Falls, Minn., where they will make an extended visit with relatives and friends. Neatly made garments at To close at r" .ft Protect your horses, cow's, etc., by using "Richard's Fly Off" It has an odor which will- absolutely keep the flies away. If your cows are not protected from flies every one will show about a $10 loss in milk during the fly season. Think of it. It will cost you only about a half a cent a day to keep the flies off your stock with "Fly Off.1' For a limited time we are going to give a sprayer free with each gallon. Come in and get yours. City Drug Store Valley City North Dakota "THE FAIR Genuine Boyd's porcelain lined caps to fit standard size Mason jars. Each F. P. Mann, of Devils Lake was here Tuesday as a member of the executive board of the North Dakota Mutual Fire Insurance Co. WEEK END OFFERINGS Fruit Jar Covers Scented...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 July 1915

1 sjfe1 |f SR. PAGE SIX lU" |«s# V% if The first contest took place Wednes day, when four fands, Lucca, Cathay, Kensal and Dazey competed in the Class A division. Thursday Sanborn, Bordulac, Fin gal and Green township played in the Class section. Other bands to com pete will be Wimbledon and Coopers town. Division into Classes A and was made necessary in order to give a lairer chance to the recently organiz ed bands to win a place. The competing bands were judged by Messrs. D. W. Clark, Meyers and Gooilsell according to the following scoring system. Grade of selection rendered, 30 points. Tempos and rhythm, 25 points. Tone and time, 20 points. Expression and flexibility, 15 points. Personal Appearance, 5 points. Personal appearance, 5 points. Instrumentation, 5 points. The visiting players were housed in lents near the entrance gate and in iheir anxiety to keep up the bands man's all-important life, kept a het erogeneous bunch of tones, varying from 40 h. p. tubas to scintillating p...

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 July 1915

',1 W W' f' A 3 4 4 4. W.: £V.-, ."•:'.*. Pnfissional Garde WINTERER & RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. Rmm ll* mttk Are. N. E. A. PRAY, Physician and Surgeon Mte Univ. of Pennsylvi la M. O. Ffcoae, Phone SM *, A. ZtMMKIlMAM, M. D. nyiWM and turt*m American Natfl Bank BMfc tAULBT OTT. N. ft ML P. WICK* •n, BAH. NOM and Hmn THROAT Fitted Whan Meeseeary OOoa la N«w Wicka Bolldlaf valudt CITY, H, », E O M. N Atterney-at-Law TALLMT city, n.w. THEOOORB •. LINO LANS and Counsellor at Lam to Vfcraeve' and Hawhiat^ Bank Ballila* OTY, M. Charles E Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330 Valley City |lhii le: Offlea KN-A 4. VAN HOUTEN, M. D. Phyeielan and •urfeea OBaaa la Gray Block IVALUBV on, 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—C...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 July 1915

PAGE EIGHT and New Styles New Patterns REGULAR $16.50 SUITS, OUR GREAT SALE PRICE REGULAR $18.00 SUITS, OUR GREAT SALE PRICE REGULAR $20.00 SUITS, OUR GREAT SALE PRICE REGULAR $22.50 SUITS, OUR GREAT SALE PRICE REGULAR $25.00 SUITS, OUR GRATE SALE PRICE REGULAR $27.50 SUITS, OUR G.REAT SALE PRICE 25 Percent Off On our Boys' Knee Pants Suits. Regular $9.00 Suits, sale price Regular $8.00 Suits, sale price Regular $7.50 Suits, sale price Regular $7.00 Suits, sale price Regular $6.00 Suits, sale price Regular $5.00 Suits, sale price BOYS' SHOE SPECIALS One lot of Boys' Shoes and Oxfords in Tan and Black, regular prices $2.75 to $3.50, sale price 25 PER CENT OFF One lot of Boys' Knee Pants Suits, all sizes, to be closed out at One-Half the regular price. It will pay you to look them over. Don't Forget That We Give Coupons For the Big Piano Contest Which Will Be mA'^%Givtn Away. $12.38 $13.50 $15.00 $16.88 $18.75 $20.63 $6.75 $6.00 $5.63 $5.25 $4.50 $3.75 $1.75 Copyright Hart Schaffher t...

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. — 15 July 1915

'w j" 4 A mixed quartet consisting of Mrs. W. T. Craswell, Dorothy McFarland and Frofessors L. B. McMullen and J. B. Meyer sang selections from Spen cer's comic opera, "The Little Ty coon." The bow and arrow drill which gave the second year class first honors in the recent competition of the classes in physical education for the Herrick trophy, -was repeated as part of the program and was accorded a generous applause. Miss Mary Flynn, a student in the expression class, was called from her home in Eckelson to give a number of readings, "which.were also well done. No acfcount of the program would be complete without mention of Miss Foote's story hour. Miss Foote is al ways sure to delight her audience with her manner of story-telling as we'll as with the selection or her repertoire. Following the program the various classes met in shady nooks and par took of a generous picnic lunch, after which the evening's program was en joyed. Better Babies Contest The following is the result of th...

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. — 15 July 1915

mmmiv PAGE TEN rn'M li I 'W: Mrs. Laura Moore was down from Rogers Friday. Oscar Ferguson, of Nome, spent Sun day in the city Elling Veblen, of Minneapolis, is visiting his brother, Harold Veblen. Ralph Roach, of Lucca, attended the Chautauqua several days during the •week. C. C. Carnahan ana A. J. Tolzman were among the Ftngalites in town Sunday. Miss Ida Myhre of Normal avenue is the guest of Miss Helen Outram at De troit, Minn. Rev. J. F. L. Bohnhoff left Saturday for Mercer to attend a mission festival for two days. Mrs. W. E. Ferguson will go to Oris ka Monday evening to spend a few days visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Hones, of Fingal, were up to hear the Luther College band Thursday evening. Editor Steffen and family, of Wim bledon returned home Monday evening from the Chautauqua. Mr. and Mrs. Will Danforth, of Pills bury, visited their uncle W. S. Furge son, Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Roth, of Casselton, arrived Sat urday to spend Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Herman Stern. Mrs. John...

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 July 1915

TO tp *3w- •St* "•$£ 3 s5*V v*» v-V* *. GERMANY'S NOTE Ir^-v' A«fe I i4 4 9V ., 1/ apt'*,' C.s~ -v^S3fi*7»£.j. ¥U '-&'r -him ,. vkS! DISTURBS WILSON '^"v: vf (Continued from Page 9.) W^fc- K. A«fR 1 In doing so all the rules of interna ^^''vtional law and disregarding^, aJL the rights of neutrals. 3*- Vj v,2 Wi? £/£^k 3«i & -IS *v I iff$ ,»* -#0n Nov. 3, 1914, England declared Nortl1 sea a war area and by jfi'./ j1 planting poorly anchored mines and by the stoppage and capture of ves «y,* sels made passage extremely danger ous and difficult for neutral shipping, scf (by?) that action blockading neu ,t.\ tral. coasts and ports contrary to all international law. Long before the submarine war, England practically completely intercepted legitimate neu tral navigation to Germany also. Thus Germany was driven to a submarine war on trade/ ^On Nov. 14, 1914, the English pre mier declared in the House of Com mons that it was one of England's principal tasks to prevent food for the Ge...

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 July 1915

All GILL'S Our Entire Stock of Men's and Boys' Suits at Cost and Less Your choice of our entite stock of Men's and Boys' Pants at prices never heard of before. Men's Finest Pants, worth up C* JJD to |6.ooat... vJIUsTJO Pants worth up to at Pants worth up to a Pants worth up to 1 5 0 a Boys' Knee Pants, $1.50 quality Boys' Knee Pants, #1.00 quality Boys' Knee Pants, 2lt $2.98 98c $4.50 I2.00 75c a Pair 75c One lot of Boys' Kaee pants "I Q_ worth up to 50c Men's and Women's Shoe Department Your choice of our entire stock of Shoes for the whole family, regardless of former prices, at cost and less than cost. Sandals worth up to $3.50 and 98c 59c 39c qualify at.... ACJl/ 50c, 3Qr a pair at wCJl/ Ladies' Fine Shoes in button QO and lace, worth 3 a pair at I4.00 $2.50 quality flJO 17Q Shoes at kJ All quality Shoes $1.79 The remainder of our stock of low Shoes at practically your own price. *^^7 It Your choice of our entire stock of Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes at wholesale prices. ...

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 July 1915

.,.!? "1 4 6 fefy gR.^# 4 ?-|f' t, h* ,\-V'-Af* ,-*ni --e.^<p></p>THE v- '^^vv-i.' ^1 Grand Forks, July 20.—The North Dakota state fair, with everything just right, opened in Grand Forks today, with tlfc most auspicious outlook in the history of the. local association. It is Grand Forks day, and the cttv is observing the day aa a civic holiday. Thousands of the city's populace at tended the exposition, an$ they were given one of the Quest cards of attrac tions of the week. Every exhibit is placed every de partment of the exposition is com pleted. and with the strongest pro gram of features ever arranged, the outlook for a successful week could not be improved on. Weather conditions are ideal. The race track will be slightly heavy this afternoon, but tomorrow, with the con tinuance of the present weather, it flwill be in fine condition for the races The North Dakota state fair of 1915, from the' present outlook, should be the best the state has ever staged. With ideal wea...

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 July 1915

"n «MI TWO ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. GREENWOOD A HOUGHTALING icription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Entered at the Postoiflce in Valley City, N. Dak.,, as second class mail TOWNS THAT GROW. In every county and in every state can be found towns that are continual ly forging ahead, while other remain piactically at a standstill and accom plish nothing in the way of advance ment. In every case the fault can be found to rest, not with the town, but with the people themselves. We have been thinking pretty seriously along this line and present our conclusions in this way: The reason why some towns grow is because they have men in them with push and energy who are not afraid to spend their time, energy and money in anything that will boom and bene fit the town. They have confidence enough in their town to erect substan tial and modern buildings and resi dences and work for public improve ments in the same order. They organize companies and estab lish factories, induce...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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