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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 12 August 1915

.. '1 "'biv .' V:r' '4" 0,# t- V. SANBORN SCINTILLATION! Sanborn Enterprise, Aug. 5: John Canfield left this morning for Cando. Charley Potter began cutting barley Aug. 2. The thermometer showed 43 degrees Tuesday night. Considerable barley and rye has been cut in this section. Jack O'Day, of Eckelson, was a San born visitor today. The frame is up for C. Branden berg's new residence. Mrs. Earl Shannon, of Valley City, was an arrival this morning. Hans Shuck is running on the branch as express messenger. H. J. Swenson returned Monday morning from a trip to Fargo. Carl Barnick has been appointed Tillage marshal by the village board. Sacred Heart Guild meets with Mrs. Chas, H. Potter Thursday, Aug. 12. Mrs. Hogue, of Steele, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Whitford. O. E. Hanson and Miss Nora Han son were passengers to Rogers Mon day. Ralph Snyder, on the Blacker place, had a field of barley in the shock last Tuesday. A party of Sanbornites, headed by Rev. Atkinson and urge...

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. — 12 August 1915

PAGE TWELVE \i\ gL l!tt sa i& GOVERNMENT TELLS HOW BEST TO "SWAT" THE FLY Washington, D. C., Aug. 6. An ed ucational crusade against the house fly in which every proper means of publicise should be employed is urg ed by the department of agriculture In a new farmers' bulletin, No. 659 3t is stated that the danger from the kouse fly must be brought more forci bly home to the people before health officers can do effective work. By the expenditure of sufficient pains, any one individual may prevent flies breeding on his premises, but this -will not rid him of the danger from Jlfes if his neighbors are careless. There is, however, no excuse at the present time for permitting flies tff breed in anything like the numbers ia which they have done in the past. The vast majority of flies develop from eggs which are laid in horse manure, and there are two simple ways of destroying the larva, as the young insects or maggots, which hatch from the eggs are called. Sprinkling the manure heap w...

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. — 19 August 1915

1 1 Vv The papers of the state have been running an article stating that the federal and state game laws conflict in regard to the opening of the fall shoot ing season, stating that the federal Jaw fixes Sept. 7 as the date, while the state law fixes Sept. 15. The! article further states that the state law will govern. Somebody evidently slipped a cog and the rest of the boys used the article because it was handy copy, without stopping to verify the dates. On page 106 of Secretary Hall's pop ular edition of the session laws of 1915, the only edition that has so far been issued, the law says "any wild duck or goose or brant may be killed and had in possession. between the seventh day of September and the first day of December of each year, loth inclusive." There is nothing indefinite about that nor anything that sounds like Sept. 15, and the hunters of North Dakota may therefore shoot ducks, .geese or brant as well as chicken on the opening day. Hon. C. F. Mudgett and Hon. F. E. Ploy...

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. — 19 August 1915

MM TWO ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA." QltEENWOOD & HOUGHTALING •atecrlption, $1.50 a Year, in Advance filtered at the Postofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail •atter. Just recently we were criticised for not having several columns of long winded editorials that in our opinion very few of our subscribers would care about. Also that a timely short poem on the editorial page was unus ual, to them at least, although the big and little papers throughout the coun try are falling into the "habit." As the stanzas are usually not our own, and credited to the author, and glean ed from the best, we have no apology the offer. The following might fit the situation: The Critic If the composition's long, Then their yawns they're stifling If you try to make it short, Then they call it "trifling." If the .work is plain and clear Then it's childish stuff If it should be more complex, Then they call it tough. Let a man write as he will, Critics snarl and bite T...

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. — 19 August 1915

Honest Now iVl/ TWO NEW EQUITY HOUSES IN BARNES Barnes county has two new grain buying companies this fall, both of them Equity companies, both of which .will be ready for handling this year's crop. Farmers of the Oriska Neighborhood •who are members of the Equity society have completed the arrangements by "which they take over the old Farmers' elevator in that village, which will hereafter be run on the straight co-op erative dividend plan. Well, Worse Yet 9 The new organization is known as' urday, Aug. 14, is the particular date the Farmers' Equity Elevator com- selected for the bundle of kale to be pany of Oriska. All grain from the left to satisfy the pressing demand for elevator will hereafter be shipped to cash whicb is being suffered by Mr. the Equity exchange at St. Paul.* The company is capitalized at $10, 000, the par value of the shares being $50. Henry Bruns is president of the company, Bert Bruns secretary, Fred Marshall treasurer and George Bruns manager. The board of ...

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. — 19 August 1915

PAGE FOUR SEEK TO SUCCOR RUSSIAN ALLIES London, Aug. 11.—While the Rus sians are fighting desperately to ex tricate themselves from the cordon of Austro-German troops which is stead ily pressing them more closely in Po land, their allies are working fever ishly with considerable success to open the Dardanelles through which they hope to pour into Russia much needed munitions of war. Since Sat urday night, when the British forces •were landed on Gallipoli peninsula, there has been almost constant fight ing on the Krithia road. In these operations, the Austrians and the New Zealanders in "the An zac" region, name taken from the in itial letters "Australian-New Zealand Army Corps," have co-operated with new forces to the north. Following the success of the troops on the Krithia road and those to the north of "the Anzac" region, the Aus tralians and the New Zealanders took the offensive yesterday and succeeded in doubling the area formerly held by them. Their comrades to the north •who ...

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. — 19 August 1915

1am RED PEP Live Wire Philosopher Ive been hired for 52 weeks Jake my advice each week* be cheerful" Scholarship TO THE BEST BOOSTER We have arranged to give to the best Booster or to any one purchasing a piano through us a certifi cate of scholarship for one year in the Northwestern School of Music. These certificates are transferable before registra tion with the school. The Baby Show closes Saturday of this week. Come in and see the array on Saturday afternoon. There will be more babies here than you ever saw in one place before. Booster Signie John son's Club won first place last week. Booster Bertha Ander son's Club won second place. Who will win this week? Come to the Baby Show Saturday. What Booster will win the watch Monday, Aug. 30th? Our Patron Club special for next Wednesday is Sugar, Corn Flakes and 10 lbs. Crackers. A. H. GRAY & SON ••THE BOOSTER STORE" Mrs. John Strong and children are here from Jamestown to spend the week with relatives. Mrs. E. S. Sigurdson left ...

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. — 19 August 1915

PAGE 8IX 1 v: GERMANS STILL PDSH INTO RUSSIA-GREAT BATTLE LIKELY SOON London, Aug. 12.—The Baltic flank of the German army, under Field Mursahl von Hindenburg, has virtually attained the banks of the river Dvina, between Riga and Dvinsk, with Petro grad less than 300 miles away in a direct line. Thence southward the line sweeps •west, with the Russian fortress of Kov no still holding out, but next week may flee a great battle on the road toward tho Russian capital. The second line of defense, upon •which the Russians proposed to fall tack after abandoning Warsaw, has all the appearance of having been render ed untenable. The British and Rus sian press are beginning to see in the iUistro-Gernian plan an ambitious plunge deeper into Russia, with Petro grad as the goal. In the meantime the Russian rear guards are fighting desperately, espe cially in the crucial Dvina region, and at Kovno, to capture which the Ger mans are making a terrible sacrifice of men. It seems plain now that the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 August 1915

FT,ft' Professional Cards WINTERER RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. do Phone, VISIT THE MINNESOTA SlateFalnEipositioii VAUJBY OTT, N. IX OR. P. L. HAMLINE, MINN. MIDWAY •BTWCBN Minneapolis and St. Paul Sept. 6-11,1915 Minnesota is widely kaown for this splendid annual event and this year promise* to outclass all former productions. Educational and Exhibit Features Uvt Stock Slnw, Agriculture, Fruits, Flowtr* and Vegetables, Baas, Dairy Products, Machinery, Poultry, Dog Show, School Exhibits, Art Show, Baby Show, Farm Boys and Farm Girls Camps, Farastry, Liberal Arts, Etc. WICKt SAB, NOSH and THROAT Fitted When Noeeeeary OAee la New Wick* Building YALLOT CITY, N. IK Attornoy-at-Law THEODORE •. LINO LANS AMerniy and Counaellor at law Wee la Votmn' and liorehMttf Bank iBmlldlac CTTY, N. 1 Charles E Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330 Valley City Ofkse 901A ftee. SM4 A VAN MOUTCN, M. D. PkyaWan and Surgeon te Gray Block ft MONEY it 99 Joe Sc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 August 1915

JK PAGE EIGHT LOGAN Fred Kuder Has on trial a patent shocker. The Sod Busters played the Leal fcoys on the Rogers diamond and won with a score of 1 to 20. There was a big celebration at Wm. Martin's Saturday evening, when ihe relatives and friends came to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Martin. Misses Ella and Alma Young and cousin from St. Paul were guest3 of Mrs. Martin at dinner Friday. Stella and Howard Martin, Hilda and Anna Ronzheimer and Delia, Evelyn, Fred and Raymond Kuder were guests of Mrs. Levit Etzell Friday night. Mary Ludwig is assisting Mrs. Chas. Ronzheimer during harvest and thresh lag. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Martin were vis iting Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Alderman Sunday. Minnie and Martin Nudem visited with StellS. and Howard Martin Sun day. 'Elmer Magnussen visited with Ar nold Droscher Sunday. Rawley Parkins is contemplating haying a threshing machine. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morgenstern, of St. Paul, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stache, leaving for Carrington on Sunday. Mrs. Nat...

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. — 19 August 1915

•jMtA+ti. Ji-!, ..'»/ !K g» '-, I'/ ^v. "."'5* •V 'f l\* ivtes- VOL. XXXV—NO. 18. (This Issue 12 Pages.) London, Aug. 14.—Affairs in the Balkans are approaching a crisis. While diplomatic negotiations are pro. ceeding in an effort to induce states still neutral to cast their lot with one side or the other, the Central powers have massed troops on the Balkan frontiers. Their plan, it is supposed, is to force a way through to relieve Tur key, who is believed to be badly in need of shells. This concentration, which has been followed by an artillery attack on Ser vian positions, is equally a menace to Roumania, which again has refused to permit shells to pass through her ter ritory to Turkey. The Roumanian army already is partly mobilized and four new divisions of reserves now have been called out. Bulgaria has as yet, made no move, while awaiting the reply of the quadruple Entente to her demand that Servia and Greece concede Macedonia to her in return for her military support. This an ...

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. — 19 August 1915

PAGE TEN mA RTHE FARM THE HEALTH OF YOUR STOCK Is a very important matter —too important to neglect. We, can supply you with Stock Foods, Condition a Heave Powders, and all Vet erinary Remedies to help keep your stock in good health and restore them when sick. We sell Richard's Fly Off, which is the very best remedy for keeping the flies off your stock. We also sell Sal-vet, the best hog cholera preventa tive, Be sure to ask us about it. City Drug Store Phone 180 Valley City N. Oak. DAZEY NOTES Dazey Comemrcial, Aug. 12: George Nace will thresh some barley tomor row and Saturday. The M. E. Ladies' Aid met at the home of Mrs. A. S. Langer Wednesday afternoon. Fred Krueger returned last Friday from Moorhead, where he had spent a few days transacting business. Miss Gladys Elstad, of Moorhead, has been here this week visiting at the home of Miss Marie Oppegard. Miss Dorothy Tucker, of Sanborn, •was visiting at the A. S. Langer home last Friday and Saturday. Miss Clara Dodge returned hom...

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. — 19 August 1915

I 1 r. •i .. •pi-' .-. fe'- a '•ft*.-''-,' •I lv' 1894- Dried Fruit— |i fW of Santos, sells at 17c, or 50-pound drum #8.50. 100 lbs. Granulated Sugar Beet, sack 100 lbs. Granulated Sugar Cane 2 5-lb. sack Granulated Sugar Beet, sack 2e-lb. sack Granulated Sugar Beet, sack. Tea, fancy, uncolored Japan, 5 lbs. $1.75 Standard Tomatoes, doz. cans Standard Sweet Corn, doz. cans.. Early June Peas, doz, cans Cookies, put up 10 lbs. to a box, assorted box $1.00 Pork and Beans, large cans, large size, doz $1.75 Salmon, Alaska pink, 1 lb. tall, doz. cans $1.35 New York Apples, gal. can, doz. Peaches, 25-lb. box.. Apricots, 25-lb. box Apples, 2 5-lb. box Santa Clara Prunes, 25-lb. box Pears, 25-lb. box.... .... ... Vinegar, 5- gil. keg apolis and Fargo. Carl Maier, of Valley City, spent Tuesday night with C. Lettenmaier. The G. Lettenmaier young folks called at the Warner home Sunday. Chas. Munz and family spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Broen. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Saner were Sunday visi...

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. — 19 August 1915

PAGE TWELVE 1 ALLIES CANCEL WHEAT ORDER New Ybrk, Aug. 13.—Confirmation of a report from Chicago tliat contracts aggregating 2,000,000 bushels of wheat bought for September shipment to the allies, had been cancelled was not forthcoming today at the offices of J. J. Morgan & Co. Officials there said they knew nothing of the reported cancellation. At Chicago Geo. C. Marcy, president of Armour Co., said: "I am unable to •ay what happened abroad. It must le something important or they would not have cancelled purchases that •how such profits. Possibly the Dar danelles is to be opened." All Morgan orders for wheat and other supplies for the allies have been under the supervision of President Stetinus of the Diamond Match Co., "Who is in charge of the export depart ment of the Morgan firm. James A. Patten, a former board of foade operator discussing the cancel lations, said "If peace were in sight, Europe •would still need wheat, and she would have the credit to get it. The can cellot...

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. — 26 August 1915

London, Aug. 23. The German naval reverses in the gulf of Riga and the Baltic sea, the German successes in occupying the fortress of Ossow^tz, and a British bombardment of the German naval base at Zeebrugge, to day furnishes a series of news fea tures, which temporarily diverted attention from the gravity of the is sues growing out of the sinking of the White Star liner Arabic by a Ger man submarine. battle has not been given out but the definiteness of the official Russian report of the sinking of the German battle cruiser von Moltke and the crippling of two other cruisers and eight torpedo boats, has sent a wave of enthusiasm throughout the country and dispelled the depression over the Russian retreat on land. Aside from the loss of the German ships the naval engagement is regarded important chiefly for the strategic effect upon the land operations in the German sweep eastward toward Petrograd which military observers now con sider as having been checked and pos sibly irreparably ...

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. — 26 August 1915

PMM TWO ValleyCity flmes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. QUEEN WOOD A HOUGHTALING '•atacrlptlon, |1.50 a Year, in Advance Itetcred at the Pottofflce in Valley City, N, •ftttw. Dalt., as second class mail BALANCING ACCOUNTS An authority on motion pictures noti fies us that more money has been put into the business than has been taken out in the past two years. Demonstrat ed figures prove that the total losses in American mining investment, in cluding purchases of land, machinery, stocks and bonds, are almost equal to the total net profits of that industry. In these facts of loss as compared "with profit, may be found an edifying study of the irrefragable law of com pensation. The credit financiers estimate that of all the new businesses launched each year over sixty per cent fail. The fact is worth pondering. The discon tented wno look with envy upon the employer, the business owner and boss, may take heart out of the fact that proprietors of costly business en terprises are always...

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. — 26 August 1915

ii 4 1 4 4.:^: REMINGTON El Paso, Tex., Aug. 19—Following is the official text of General Villa's reply to the Pan-American appeal for peace, which reached here last night from Chihauhau: "I, as general-in-chief, of the con ventionist army, have been informed with satisfaction of the friendly note, which your excellencies have advanced to me and which I received on the night of August 5. "In replying, I have the nonor to inform you that the convention gov ernment is strong enough through its own force and power to continue th fight defending the institutions he* longing to the Mexican people until such a time as the high ideals of the revolution which guarantee a solid and stable peace are realized but taking into consideration the friendly and brotherly attitude of the United States of America and our sisters, the Latin-American republics of Brazil, -Chile, Argentine, Bolivia, Uruguay and •Guatemala with the end that peace in Mexico must be a fact and consti tutional order duly est...

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. — 26 August 1915

PAGE FOUR. urday. bring a#,. 5 6'-: $ l$§ mi "THE FAIR Saturday Jitney Sale Mopsticks—Holder of pressed steel, heavy springs, natural finish, will not stain the hands. Each Kitchen Knives or Pruning Knives —With tempered steel blades, brown enameled handles Each Coathangers Your nickels will do double duty on Sat Check the items you want and this list with you to the store. COME EARLY Extension Curtain Reds—Extends 30 to 54 inches, IMj inch fluted silver balls, 3% inch brass screw hooks *7^ "Velvet" Fly Killer 16Vfe inches long, xk inch corduroy bound, twisted copper wire C/t shank, each Aluminum Salt and Pepper Shakers —Loaded bottoms. Each Enameled Windsor Dippers—Size 4%x3 inches, good quality grey enamel, round handle. Each *7^ Grey Enameled Pie Plates—9 inch size, IV4 inches deep. Each 6-lnch Pliers—16 guage, polished tool steel. Each Hardwood frame with copper hooks. Cp Two for Dripping Pans—Sizec 9x14 inches, best quality smooth sheet iron, heavy wired all around, drop handle...

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. — 26 August 1915

I RED PEP'S PHILOSOPHY NO.-A TEveiy do} has his Aw~ the ijpkb »re reserved for Hie cats! Are YOB Good at Word- HHHHHHHHHHHfc' Making? To the person who makes the gratest number of words out of the letters in the fol lowing words: "A.H.Gray and Son" —We will give a— 42-Piece Dinner Set Everybody Can Enter ThisEvent Ever stop to think how many words there are that you use in your ordinary conversation? Our name represents every thing good in the lines that we sell. See how many WORDS you can find in it. It's great sport. Try it. Win the elegant dinner set. and the reputation of being the best word-builder. Come to the store, and we'll help vou start 1. Use no letter oftener than appears in all the words. 2. Write your words on one side cf the paper only. 3. Proper name?, and words of a foreign language are barred. 4. This word contest c'oses on Saturday, September 18, and the lists must be handed in on or i fore that day. 5. In case of a tie for first place the dishes will be sold at ...

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. — 26 August 1915

&,p. iHv PAGE 3IX y-". Waves Driven by Wind at 92 Miles per Hour Sweep over Sea Walls at Galveston— Loss Is Immense. Dallas, Texas, Aug. 18—The direct fvord from the storm swept community of the coutheast coast of Texas brought details of the tropical hurri cane which struck Galveston, Hous ton, Texas City and scores of other cities and towns in dire peril. With large sections of the district yet un heard from, the death list was more than 100, the heaviest reported loss be iug in Texas City, where 30 were re ported killed. Property damage may exceed $30,000,000, with Galveston con tributing half. According to information available late tonight deaths were recorded as follows: Texas City, 32 (26 soldiers and six children) Virginia Point, 14 Galveston, 14 Morgan Point, 7 Hitch cock, 7 La Porte, 7 Port Arthur, 4 Lynchburg, 3 Sylvan Beach, 3 Sea-. In addition there was an enormous loss to cotton growers in the storm' belt, some estimates stating that 25 per cent of the crop of cent...

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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