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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 26 August 1915

4 "ill fnfessiinal Cants WINTERER It RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. IWk AT*. N. B. A. PRAY, M. D. fhyiWan and Surg mm t« VBIT. «t Pinujliiili la Foatofflo* Block Vfcto*. KM. HOM SM •b A. ZMMERMAN, M. a Phytlolan and Surgeon Ameriean Nafl Bank 1% allby cmr, N. a OR. F. L. WICKt EAR, NOSH) and THROAT Pitted Whan Naeaaaary Ottaa la Naw Wick* Building anr, N. I I O E O N AMarnay-atLaw •AliLBT CITY, N. 1 THEODORE S. 4.1 NO LA NO AMamay and Caunaallor at Law •Baa la Varans' and Marehanta^ Bank Balldlaf VMAMY CITT, H. ft Charles E. Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330 Valley City ia: OOea I0*A flea. 4. VAN HOUTEN, M. D. Vkyaialan and •urfaan OSaaa In Gray Btoek an, MONEY 99 The mint makes it and under the terms of the CONTINENTAL MORT GAGE COMPANY you can secure it at 6% for any legal purpose on approved real estate. Terms easy, tell us your wants and we will co-operate with you. PETTY & COMPANY 1419 Lytton Bldg., Chicago. PATTERSON TRAINE...

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. — 26 August 1915

ms* HI PAGE EIGHT jg$R OAKHILL. Mrs. Carl Thoreson left for Fargo last Tuesday to visit relatives and friends. She returned on Thursday. Albert Olstad took a bicycle trip to Hastings last Monday. Olaf Oppegaard transacted business in Valley City on Tuesday of last week. Emil Anderson spent last Sunday at Berg's place. Alfred Beck made a flying trip to Hastings last Saturday evening on his motorcycle. Lars Larson was a business caller at Kathryn last Saturday evening. Quite a number from our neighbor hood attended the song festival at S. L. Reiten's grove last Sunday. George Thoreson made a short call at Strand's place last Thursday eve ning. Oliver Olson, Albert Ereckson and A. Bergan were Hastings shoppers last Saturday evening. Ernest Anderson, the little two-year eld son of Chas. Anderson, was badly bitten by a dog last Saturday morning. F. Kopp spent last Sunday at An derson's place. Edwin Berjke was a caller at Ed. Olstad's place last Sunday. Olaf Oppegaard and family spent las...

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. — 26 August 1915

It was raised by Jim Algeo on his farm five miles southwest of Valley City, where he has about 400 acres in shock. While threshing barley Friday Mr. Algeo ran through two loads of his wheat and the sample we saw was from this. It is a plump, amber-color ed berry, very uniform in size, and weighs 62 pounds to the bushel. From the two loads threshed Friday Mr. Algeo estimetes the yield at close to 50 bushels per acre. This is almost unbelievable, but the Times-Record hopes he is right. It will be marketed within a few weeks now and we hope to ascertain the exact yield. Mr. Algeo also scored heavily with his barley, which John Laird says ia the best he has seen for years. It weighs 49 pounds to the bushel and there is a good yield. INCREASING NUMBER OF MOTOR VEHICLES Thomas Hall, secretary of state, re ports an increase of more than 6,000 automobiles in North Dakota for 1915 over 1914. 'The motor vehicle regist ration books for this year will not close until December next, but taking t...

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. — 26 August 1915

PAGE TEN The British official account says the German destroyers fired on the men in the water with machine guns and shrapnel. Fifteen of the crew, 'at least, lost their lives. Activity of German submarines also has brought a protest from the Span ish government, which has lodged a claim for the sinking of the steamer Isidoro. The German ambassador ex pressed his regret "at the incident." Since then another Spanish steamer has been sunk by a German submarine and it is expected another claim will be filed. Telegrams from the Balkan capital state that Turko-Bulgarian relations have reached the breaking point and that Turkey is strengthening her for tifications in Thrace because of the fear of a Bulgarian invasion. Beyond reports of a naval engage ment in the gulf of Riga in which according to German reports the Rus sians lost one destroyer while each had others damaged, there has been little news from the fighting areas. We have some choice improved farms and a large tract of brush an...

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. — 26 August 1915

"m 1 5 ft KNUDSON'S Mr. and Mrs. John Moran, of Spirit wood, spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. Moran's brother, Wm. Moran. Piano Contest Closes Wed., Sept. 1st at 12 Noon RESPONSIBILITY FOR ACCIDENTS The Good Roads committee of the Grand Forks Commercial Club has -watched with interest the progress of a case involving responsibility for a road accident into which a rather new element has been officially intro duced. In a western North Dakota county, when the roads were slippery after a rain, an auto skidded into the ditch, where it overturned, killing its two occupants, a local farmer and his hired man. There was no deep hole, broken culvert, or other obstruction of that character, but at the inquest it was stated that the road was in a dangerous condition by reason of its having been made so high and narrow that careful driving was necessary to pass in safety when the earth was dry. The coroner adjourned the in quest in order that he might make a personal inspection of the r...

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. — 26 August 1915

PAGE TWELVE 'Ifg |fe. 1ST S' -mm Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olstad and fam ily were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jeos Henrikson and family last Sun day afternoon. Bert Selby has hired out to T. J. Rebbv for the harvest. Mads, Jens and Olga Rensby, Pal ma Olstad and Edna Aas were Valley City visitors last Sunday afternoon. Axel Gregerson is at present shock ing grain for Mads Hagens. Mrs. Johanna Henrikson spent last Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Marie Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Gayhart Gregerson and family of Valley City, were visiting •with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gregerson and family last Sunday afternoon. Miss Nina Henrikson took a bicycle trip to Kathryn last Wednesday aft «moon shopping. lielge Olson and Alfred Anderson were visitors with Jens Henrikson last Sunday evening. Oscar and Henry G. Aas were Daily visitors last Sunday forenoon. Miss Nina Henrikson visited with Mrs. Ole Stevens last Sunday after noon. Jens and Melvin Rensby took an automobile trip to Kathryn last Fri day on business. Miss Ca...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 2 September 1915

,W 4#-. iiV s* k^i-' ., T\* fit »Ss?. fa," &V Ik Vk/ a a bbwss 15 1 ifU '-'ST" 4» i1 i\. 4 1 4 •\a" 4 IK4.-1 to- •'j I igl'A Fargo, Aug. 30.—Conceding that all facts alleged in the complaint were true and agreeing to abide by the court's orders against ^the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul, attorneys for the Gerat Northern, the Soo, and the Northern Pacific railways late today in Judge Amidon's court asked that the temporary restraining order be dissolv ed and that the case be dismissed. Arguments were completed late in the afternoon. Judge Amidon then an nounced that he would take the case under advisement. No decision can be expected until some time in November. In the meantime the restraining order remains in force. Grounds for the dismissal of the case were that as common carriers the railways received no compensa tion except that of freight charges that they are innocent are liable to be sued for damages on one hand and contempt on the other that the bill of complaint is to...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 2 September 1915

F'ppif MM TWO h'1 vj. F-: ?V. *:'. IS Valley City rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. GREENWOOD & HO UGH TALI NG Subscription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Entered at the Postofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail —ttf. HARVEST TIME IN NORTH DA KOTA Prairies of gold to the far horizon Grow dim to the blinded visual sense The waves roll in with a tasseled glory, And pass to a radiant recompense To those who toil with a faith un dying To those who have sowed, no Joy denying. told. The red waves roll on the farther shores— Here, the farmer smiles at the sounds of mowers. You have wandered far, qnd moun tains hoary We are in receipt of a complimen tary number of the Fulton Patriot, published at Fulton, N. Y., by Frank 11. Cornell. Mr. Cornell was publisher of the Times-Record about 25 years ago, and reference to the files of that period show the people of Barnes county and North Dakota were fussing over politics as strenuously as in any recent campaigns. equipment. Eve...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 2 September 1915

i!w ^Vrv1 is yr.k:\ 4 fe.,' 'r r:- ,. Y.Y.-., •if ,L I©-:.#' lil' 'Ht THE School of Forestry Is Offering Free Seedlings The ninth annual catalogue of the school of forestry at Bottineau, has just been received from the publish ers and is ready for distribution upon request. Special attention is called to the new forestry course which leads to the position of landscape gardener, landscape engineer and city forester. It is possible for students taking this course to pay their way through school by working in the nursery. A number of students have signified their intention of enrolling in this course for next year. An estimate of the seedlings and cuttings for distribution to the land owners of the state in 1916 shows that there will be available 1,886, 500. These are furnished upon ap plication, free of cost, except trans portation. Applications will be ac cepted for these as long as the sup ply lasts. There will be available elm, ash, box elder and caragana seedlings and cuttings of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 2 September 1915

1?$** ?TMF. p: PAGE FOUR. Call For Ctupont On Piano ContMt SHEYENNE VALLEY We had some rain last Sunday aft ernoon which delayed the harvest a half a day Monday. Jens Henrikson was a Kathryn shopper last Monday. Mrs. Oscar E. Aas spent last Sunday afternoon with Mrs. G. O. Aas. Some farmers in this neighborhood were seen in their fields last Sunday harvesting. Peter A. Anderson was transacting business in Kathryn last Monday. Mads and Jens Rensby, Carl and Alfred Monson, Julius and John F. Henrikson were visitors with Oscar, Alfred and Henry G. Aas last Sunday afternoon. at Gregersons. Subscribe for the Daily and Weekly Times-Record and you will get all the! news from the Sheyenne Valley. Mrs. W. B. Meland an amiy an Miss Marie Henrikson were visiting with Mrs. Jens Henrikson and family last Monday afternoon. Nels P. Hanson was a business visi tor in Kathryn last Wednesday. Stevens Stevenson was a visitor with Helge Olson and Alfred Anderson last Tuesday. G. O. Aas got through with ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 2 September 1915

r1 Si. f::J- yit r-s^i fi RED PEPS PHILOSOPHY voa extendyour hmJ to me mow thty often mistake it ftrywir foot and pull your lejf? Miss Marguerite Budmestad WAS THE BEST BOOSTER For the Last Month and Wears the GOLD WATCH Who will win the next? The next will be given to the Booster, in accord ance with the rules an nounced not having won one who deposits the most Booster Coupons from the count of August 30th, to the count of Monday, Sep tember 27th. Till Weill Cantesl closes Saturday night, Sept. 18th. To the winner of it will be given the— 42-Phca Dinner Sit a it Gudmestad and her Patrons won the silver last week. Booster Teny Anderson and her Club won second place. A lot of this elegant silverware has been given away, but there is more to follow. Patrons, help your Booster, and HELP YOUR SELVES. Our Patron. Club special for next Wednesday is all brands of— Coffee, Green and Japan Tea, Sugar, Flour and All Brands of^-.fi Canned Goods The low members should work for the third and fou...

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

ir 4 .w*.' •""i'ff ve' yf PAGE SIX W* First Frost of Season Is Felt on Wednesday of Last Week After experiencing several cold nights, in which other counties were touched by frost, Barnes county got its first frost Wednesday night. The coldest period was between 5 and 6 o'clock and those who were out at that time saw it. It was a light frost and probably did no harm in the ma jority of cases. While it was pretty general all over the county, some places on high ground escaped entire ly while the neighboring farms were touched. Richard Adcock, at Cuba, reported a light frost and that wheat cutting would be finished Monday. W. R. Barnes had a heavy frost, but no harm was done. Wheat cutting in that section will run over into next •week. At Anton Axelson's there was no frost, and they will not quite finish their harvest this week. There was no frost at Hans Han son's and the harvest In that section •will take another week yet, due to •hail damage in July. Albert Hollinshead reported a l...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 2 September 1915

Prafassional Canlt WINTERER & RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. lift* AT*. N. Am IR1 E. A. PRAY, M. D. Myilolan and Surg MA luti Uttiv. of Pennsylvania la Poetoffloe Block Pfcoae, I In. fteme *, A. ZIMMERMAN, M. O. HiyiMiii and Surgeon American Nat*1 Bank TALLXT CRT, N. D. OR. P. L. WICK1 •TV, lilt, NOAB and THROAT Ittiii Fitted Whan Maeaaaavy Offlee lm New Wlcka Building CITY, H. 1 0 0 I O N AttonNy-iUjw TiLLIT CITT, N. THKODORK S. UNPLAN* MUmiy and Caunaallor at law la Ifcraen'aad UmkiU^ Bank JMldiac crnr, w. Charles E Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330 Valley City [Wkmr.VAN Oflee IH-A A HOUTBN, M. D. WyHalan and •urgewi OSeag In Orajr Meek viiiM ant, m. Misses Marguerite and Amanda Bon hus and Josephine Wright left Thurs day morning for Wimbledon to visit a couple of days with Miss Irene Cox. John Kbecht and two sisters were down from Wimbledon Thursday hav ing some dental work done. Farmers' Free ColomB 1 Actual farmers may adver...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 2 September 1915

SoH*' 3,^r IS: PAGE EIGHT i- sL\cf\• ioty -I: Jrdl RESOURCES OF NORTH DAKOTA ATTRACTING MUCH ATTENTION (Continued from Page 9.) tar pitch, ammonia and wood stain, and still the residue will produce bri quets that have nine-tenths the value of authracite coal. An eye-opener in deed. But the North Dakota state exhibit at tlie exposition further takes off the "Minders" by showing conclusively that the state has immense and unde veloped deposits of potters' clay, equal to- the clay imported from Ger many and England by American pot ters. This is a real strong statement, but nevertheless true, as can be seen by visiting the North Dakota building and -examining the samples of the pot. ter's art down to the every day articles of commerce, such as tile, jars, jugs, crucibles, brick, etc. For years the •school of mines, located at the state university at Grand Forks, has been experimenting with these clays until now we are able to announce to the •World that North Dakota wjll soon be the pri...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 2 September 1915

4 1 A I' R'i- \-X THE Devils Lake, Aug. 26.—August rec ords at the United States weather bureau here were broken last night when a temperature of 31 degrees was registered. The last hope for corn •which has had an uphill fight during the entire season, faded with the frigid weather. Threshing is on in full blast. ANOTHER BUSINESS CHANGE Sanborn, Aug. 26.—During the pres ent week C. H. McGee sold his stock of groceries and shoes to H. J. Eggen, who will continue the business in the old stand. Mr. Eggen, the new own- as he has been with Mr. Wineterer for several years past. Germanic Allies Take Russian Strongholds at Brest-Iitovsk London, Aug. 26. Brest-Litovsk, the main Russian fortress and concen trated center for the Bug river line of defenses, was occupied by the Aus tro-Germans today. While the Rus sians offered stout resistance to the invaders during their approach to the fortress, it is apparent that they did The Russians have not yet entered the vast Bielovizh forest, which ex...

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. — 2 September 1915

r' PAGE TEN Pfc/.Y:-. lis® ftf,' Wm. A. Moyer, an old-timer in Barnes county, who has been at Gull Lake, Saskatchewan, Can., for some years, returned Tuesday to Barnes county and expects to settle down here again. Mr. Moyer has a half-section farm there and says that he likes the country very much, but as Mrs. Moyer died two years ago and since the breaking out of the war the hostility of the Canadians to a man with a Ger man name has made it so unpleas ant there, he has decided to come back home. •will be glad again. HOW MEN WOUNDED MAN AT WIMBLEDON ON MONDAY Fired Into Car Full of Har vesters Without Giving Warning—Wounded Man's Condition Not Serious. About 4 o'clock Monday morning three holdup men entered a freight car at Wimbledon where a bunch of harvest hands were sleeping and with out the usual warning began to shoot. One man received a glancing wound In the bead. After cowing the harvesters by their fusilade, they went through the pock ets of the men, taking everything. The ...

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. — 2 September 1915

-ft '•'lift?-- 1-4 i/S Campaign For Subscribers The Times-Record wants 1,000 additional subscribers within the next few months and besides the biggest and best paper in the county, additional inducements will be offered to bring the subscription list up to the desired number. Correspondents Wanted This paper wants a correspon dent in every town, village and hamlet in thecountyand neighbor ing territory. It is our desire to make the paper representative of this section and to do this we want as many items of interest as pos sible. Send in a letter once or twice a week or oftener—contain ing newsy briefs of the happenings of your locality. We cannot pay what all this is directly worth, but we will be pleased to furnish sta tionery and postage and a free copy of the paper to all who will help to keep us in touch with the doings in their vicinity. It Pays to Advertise Every time your town or com munity is mentioned it is advertis ed. By acting as our correspondent you will become a boos...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 2 September 1915

PAGE TWELVE gi". Wk Big Strike of Clothing Workers Threatened Baltimore, Aug. 28. —A generaal strike of clothing workers, involving 200,000 in Baltimore, Philadelphia, Bos ton Chicago, Rochester, St. Louis, Cin cinnati and Milwaukee is in the meet ing of the executive council of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America here. Official announcement authorizing the strike which will tie up the cloth ing industry, it was said, would prob ably be made at a mass meeting to be held here tomorrow. The council authorized the Chicago workers to make their demands for a 48-hour week and higher wages. In the event the manufacturers refused, a general strike involving 50,000 in Chicago will be called within six •weeks at the beginning of the busyi season. The grievance hinges on the long working hour and unless these are shortened together with a gen eral betterment, in a short time the leading clothing centers of the coun try will be tied up. There is also a possibility of a sym pathetic str...

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. — 9 September 1915

VOL. XXXV—NO. 21. (This Issue 12 Pages.) Four hundred passengers on No. 1, the Great Northern Oriental limited, in charge of Conductor L. B. Weller, of Grand Forks, and filled with stud ents, many of whom were bound for the Moorhead state normal, shuddered and turned pale when the Limited, Tunning 35 minutes late, stopped near the scene of the accident, and they "watched rescuers labor over and under the machine to extricate the bodies pinioned beneath. Many women in the train turned their heads away from the sight as the body of Engh was taken from under the wrecked car and plcaed alongside the railway track. It was brought to Moorhead on No. 11, the evening local, and taken to an undertaking establishment. Rog ers was placed aboard the Limited and rushed to the Northwestern hospital. Shorner's injuries were not serious. Eye-witnesses to the tragedy state that Engh was killed outright. His toead was crushed almost beyond rec (Continued on Page 8.) Holdups Work at Devils Lake Devils...

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. — 9 September 1915

MM TWO f, I", ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. 0RE ENWOOD A Ho'uGHTALINQ MMcrlption, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Entered at the Poitofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mall •after. THE CATALOG HOUSE Does not show you goods be for you pay for them. Does not extend to you cred it the same as does the local merchant when you are hard up. Does not help to educate the farmer's children. Does not sympathize with you at a time when you have sickness in your family. & Does not pay taxes in your community. Does not sympathize with you when your wife and children are taken from you. Does not help support your schools, churches, and charit able institutions. Does not furnish employment to a single resident of your community. Does not spend one dollar of its money with the farmer or consumer. Does not advocate the build ing up of country towns. Does not help build your roads or care for your streets. Does not encourage the farm er's boy or young men in the small c...

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