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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 16 September 1915

't '/!i ^4 c^vM ,f 1 fit 1, t' •fife "t is ly 1 wr~ I 1 at Valley City, in the September 2, 1915. .• Total y-' V,.' Total Surplus fund Notes and bills re Total (Notarial Sjap skify *i 5 ,i 'i 1 XrtJ^Ui:.!., A..V .,' .. ..... .., .... .,(. ,, ., ....... ... .. ....... MNo. 2548 'y REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK State of North Dakota, at the close of business RESOURCES Loans and discounts (notes held in bank .$797,753.76 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 123.21 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 25,000.00 Other bonds to secure postal savings 5,000.00 Bonds, securities, etc., (school warrants) owned unpledged (oth er than stocks), including premiums on same 5,655.30 Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank $12,000.00 Less amount unpaid 6,000.00 Banking house, $12,215,00 furniture and fixtures, $5,000.00 17,215.00 Other real estate owned 14,034.60 Net amount due from Federal Reserve Bank .* 12,450.67 Net amount due from approved reserve agen...

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. — 16 September 1915

'U\' UPW'TV PAGE TWELVE PRESIDENT BREAKS ALL PRECEDENTS Washington, Sept. 8. President Wilson broke all precedents of execu tive dignity today when instead of summoning Secretary Lansing to a White House conference, he sauntered across the street to the state depart men for a conference. He also climb cd the state department steps instead of taking the elevator. The president's action was so unus ual that the White House and state department attaches were slow to rea lize what had happened. So far as of ficials could recall the only precedent for a president going to call on the secretary of state was recorded when President McKinley went to call on Secretary Day. The president's call was arranged Jn advance. He left his study, passed out of the executive offices through a little used entrance, crossed the avenue which separates the White House grounds from the state, war and navy buildings, and walked up the «an stairway unattended, while doz en* of surprised tonrists and employes ...

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. — 23 September 1915

•A I & 1 1M: Wi 8® tog: Fargo Paper in an Editorial Y'/ As its leading editorial for Monday evening, under the heading "Valley City Ityrmal," the Fargo Forum makes use of President George A. McFar land's introduction to the Normal cat alog for 1915. The Forum article Is as follows. "One of North Dakota's most im portant educational institutions is the Valley City Normal, which in its first monthly bulletin for the year, just published, gives the twenty-third an nual report for the year 1914-15. It announces that the fall term of the normal will begin Tuesday, Sept 28, with entrance examinations and regis tration. The purpose or the institu tion. is outlined as follows in this bul letin: '"The state normal school at Valley City, North Dakota, is maintained by the state for the purpose of training teachers. The curriculum and regula tions of the school are formed, there fore, with a direct reference to this double purpose—the instruction and training of teachers. The studies are s...

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. — 23 September 1915

7 pv 4H 'I »*M TWO V, ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. ORKNWOOD HOUGHTALINQ 4Maerlptlon, 91-60 a Year, in Advance •fctered at the Poatofflce la Valley 'City, N. Oak., as second claw mail Quite a number of the weekly pa pers of the state are protesting be cause dailies like the Bismarck Tri bune and the Fargo Forum want the weeklies to pay the difference in the price of their papers instead of ex twanging. We believe if the fellows publishing weeklies were to have dailies for a while they would change their views. If a publisher really wants a certain daily they can well af ford to pay the difference. The policy of the Times-Record is to give every weekly in Barnes county the Daily in exchange if they want it. Outside of the county they are supposed-to pay the extra price. 0 Result-Producing Circulation The Minneapolis Journal says: This "Home Delivery" in the evening is the circulation that advertisers are most interested in because it is the result-producing circu...

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. — 23 September 1915

4J- 4 I 'IP S & tr'J' •Mflfc mmwat Four holdup men transacted a little business in their special line in the neighborhood of the high line Wed nesday evening that is going to get them a nice indoor job at the North Dakota penitenfentiary wheels of the legal machinery can make the necessary revolutions. The gunmen were out to do busi ness in a wholesale way and pulled off three "stickups" in about 45 min utes. This was accomplished in face of the fact that the police and the sheriff's force were hot on their tracks immediately after the first holdup. The first holdup occurred about 9 o'clock, when three transients were stuck up. Officer Fred King, who was at the Soo depot, jumped into a car, reaching the scene in about two minutes. Chief Swanson and Sheriff Kelly also got there just a few minutes later but the men had escaped along the river bank. While the officers were scouring the brush the gunmen repeated their per formance near the high line depot, where three more transient...

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. — 23 September 1915

H' ri-« *|*r PAGE FOUR is ... 'tV" I $ Jamestown Council Has a Racket Over Outside Stairways Jamestown, Sept. 21.—An adjourned session of the city council was held Monday night and a lengthy and vehe ment discussion indulged in regard to obstructing the city alleys and public •ways by stairways. It is said the short word was passed and repassed but when the council adjourned "peace and harmony" prevailed though somewhat scarred and frayed about the edges. It all happened when Dr. Wood, of the firm of Movius & Wood, appeared before the council for information He said his Arm had leased for a period of 15 years the second floor of the Goodman block upon which they had spent $4,000 in repairs. The old wooden stairway in the alley, which has been in existence for 30 years, is to be replaced with an iron stairway one and one-half feet narrow er. An iron balcony and an iron stair way in the rear had been constructed but the- speaker had been informed that injunctional proceedings were...

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. — 23 September 1915

I'-' N: 4 **Tv* MOW SIKSSII Virtual Accord on AD Details New York, Sept. 21.—Borrowers and lenders qt the vast sum sought in America on behalf of Oreat Britain and France were said tonight to. be in virtual accord on all details of the proposed loan except two. These, it was said, were not of prime import ance. Formal proclamation of the suc cess of the negotiations is expected within three or four dayB and possibly •within 48 hours. More progress was said to have be^u made today than on any other twc preceding days. A rough inventory of what was accomplished, it was said, would be made about as follows: Members of New York's co-called pro-Gefman banking houses will help float the loan. Munitions of war no longer enter into the topics discussed. While it can't be guaranteed that they will be excluded from the loan oper ations, it is the present tentative plan to continue paying for them by ship ments of gold and American securities from London and Paris to New York. The size of the ...

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. — 23 September 1915

PAGE SIX ss. $ 4 ?$. Governor of Pennsylvania Goes Through on N. P. Special Train The special Northern Pacific train of 11 coaches which was carrying Gov ernor Brumbaugh and about 100 offi cials and leading citizens of Pennsyl vania back from a trip to the Pacific coast, was met a week ago Tuesday evening at the high line station by qpiite a party of Valley City citizens. The train passed through about 7:50. &aaze who wished to see the governor Former Williston Official Gets in Trouble Again Governor Brumbaugh is a man about clever one. Using the name of J. C. six feet and two inches tall, well pro-^rosg portioned, about 50 years of age, and those-who. met him were well pleased Hie eastern visitors. •Col. John B. Stetson, of Philadel phia,, a member of the party, and pro bably the greatest hat manufacturer in the country, has been in the state lefare, but said yesterday he never saw it look better, or more prosper ©us than it does at present. "I feel that I owe the manufacturers...

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. — 23 September 1915

1 *S wWTHm. I r. r, f. ,•/ 'V 4 V. .. ,"•'•'•••, v. m^r\ ', f*.1:^""1" j$l (/ff'i"\^\ -K Pritmienal Carts WINTERER It RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. fifth Iia N. E. A. WIAY, M. O. Miyaialan and turfee* VllT. at fMUfl IB Pfcoaa, I a. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. O. PhyaMaa aMI lurgiM Amarloan Natfl Sank tALunr cmr, N. a OR. r. L. WICK# •r* BAB, NOtt u4 THROAT lassoa FltM Whan Maeeaeary I (MMa la Naw Wleka Buildlag I tfUJDY CITY, N, ft] I O S I O I I I AttarneyaMaw TALUKT CITY, If. ft **9 THEODORE •. LINO LAND AMar«iay and Caanaallar at Ua (HRm 1b fanaaia' and Merchant^ Baak BaUdlac IALLBT OTY. K. ft Charles E Hunt Physician and lurgton Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330 Valley City Oflee Mt-A A VAN MOUTEN, M. O. MyaWan and •arfaan Men ia tivay Btoek ViUM OH. ML ft Women's Club Program Issued (Continued from Page 2.) Scott Rex, presiding. Program of art department, Mrs. P. SI Chandler presiding, music. Program of health department, Mrs. S. A. Zimmerman presiding. Wednesday E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 23 September 1915

*1 I i&w 5$ H'si W Made by Swift & Co. 10 bars for enamel on steel base, ments. Price "THE FAIR For trimming purposes. Choice (Continued from Page 1.) "Classic" White Laundry Soap Best for use in hard water. Blue and White Enameled Rice Boilers Inset holds two quarts. Triple coating of blue and white Cover fitB both compart- Decorated Semi-Porcelain Salad Bowls Large size, 10 inches in t'iameter, neat floral de signs to select from. Each XW/ Aluminum Spider and Skillet Diameter 10% inches, extra deep, pure, solid aluminum throughout. Our aluminum ware guaranteed QQp the best Jtnd purest obtainable. Each New Drapery Twill The newest patterns on good quality twill. This ma terial is suitable for quilt covers, wardrobe cur- O tains, for covering shirtwaist boxes, etc, Per yard Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats For ladies and misses. Come in and look over our display of stylish millinery at moderate prices. Flowers and Feathers Dress Goods In Silk, Silk and Wool, All Wool Serges and Ba...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 23 September 1915

^H'vvV^ 1 Bismarck Man Kills Self and Aberdeen, S. D., Sept. 18.—William Vogt, a taxi cab driver at Bismarck, shot and instantly killed Mrs. Louisa Cushing with whom he had lived for some time at Bismarck, seriously wounded Mrs. Mae Porter of this city and then turning the gun on himself took his own life. This triple tragedy took place this morning shortly be fore noon at the home of Mrs. Mae Porter with whom Mrs. Cushing has been living for'the past week. The cause of shooting is believed to have been jealousy. Letters found in possession of the dead woman show plainly that she and Vogt had been living together at Bismarck and that she had run away from him and gone to Fargo, where she has three chil dren in St. James Orphanage, and had later come to Aberdeen in company with a man named Roy W. Fullerton, of Bismarck, who is here in the inter ests of a patent he has perfected. It is also understood here that Fullerton is a married mat\ with a family at either Bismarck or some other...

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. — 23 September 1915

i!w* PAGE TEN A The following advisory telegram was received Friday from the chief of the U. S. weather bureau. It is desir ed that same be given the widest pos sible dissemination: "Owing to the generally backward state of this year's corn crop in many of the northern but important corn growing sections of the belt, there is danger of injury to the crop by killing frost, the occurrence of which may be expected at any time. It is therefore Important that every effort possible be made to secure good seed for next year's crop. Where any last year's corn is left it should be gone over and the best ears saved for seed. More aver, as corn matures unevenly, it is possible to secure seed from the early ears before the rest of the crop is ma tured." The farmers of Barnes county should make every effort to save seed corn from tjieir own fields. Seed corn brought from further south has not the stamina of northern grown corn, and the failure to save seed this year rwill greatly hinder the grow...

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. — 23 September 1915

»"«v^ 1 I k£i r^oU: III RED PEP'S PrtlLOSQPHV 'Some of these nail order tftsfteis make Jesse Janes look like a (Jenfclemaiw WHAT DO WE SELL? Everything that we carry in stock, and many things that we or­ der special. But we want to find out if everybody knows just what we do carry in stock. So we are go­ ing to have Our Stock Listed and we shall give a Dinner Set to the person who makes the mos! nearly complete list of the articles we carry in stock. This is Irt making a list, Just name the kind of articles- For example if we have 20 barrels of sugar in the store, just put "sugar" on the list. Come to the store and look it over. Do you know what a ''quodlibet" is? We don't allow it around our store, but we may have some stock that you'll want to ask us about. Who will be the best Booster for the month .and win the watch on Monday, Sept. 27th. See the poster at the store for standings of Watch Our Patron special for next Wed nesday is any article in our store. If by mistake we ever s...

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. — 23 September 1915

mi }s PAGE TWELVE fey I Tuition is absolutely free to pupils in the Model school. House Bill No. 471, as passed by the last legislature does not provide for the payment of tuition in Model school by the pupils. This has been a subject of consider able misunderstanding locally, and this statement is made to clear up any pos sible misapprehension on the part of parents of children who contemplate entering the Model school for the fall term, which opens Tuesday morning, Sept. 28. Neither are pupils required to pur chase their own text books. For a lew cents a term to cover wear and tear, these books are furnished by the school itself. The law in question that has been causing inquiry on this subject pro vides as follows: "That all students attending any model, high, graded or elementary school which is operated, maintained or in any manner connected with the state university, any normal school, publicly maintained educational insti tution of higher learning in this state in which model...

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. — 30 September 1915

II 's^. IV.:' 7 4 W feg £S 't'V 4 '."!•'?/ Murphy was a man 55 to 60 years of age and while he was pretty well known here, no one has been found who knows anything of his home or relatives. After holding the body a short time burial will probably have to be made by the county. Masonic Funeral for the Norwegian Consul Grand Forks, Sept. 27.—With over 500 Masons participating, and before a gathering that numbered nearly 2,500, the funeral of Halfdan Bendeke, vice consul for Norway, who died at his home in this city Thursday night, was held at the Masonic temple here yesterday afternoon. Last night the body was escorted from the temple to the Great North ern depot by the Knights Templar. It was shipped on No. 30 to Minne apolis, where services are being held this afternoon under the auspices of Minneapolis lodge No. 19. The body will be buried in Lakeside cemetery, beside that of his wife. The funeral undoubtedly was one of the largest in the history of the city. Masonic temple was mor...

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. — 30 September 1915

v, fS wpp *AM TWO ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. QREENWOOD A HOUQHTALINQ ^Sabkription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance altered at the Poitofflce la Valley •tJtty, N, Dak., as second class mall •utter. THIS WASTE SHOULD BE STOPPED Hundreds of thousands of dollars are lost each year, through unwise in vestments, the purchase of shoddy goods from irresponsible peddlers and donations to charities which are un worthy. The average man has not the time or the means to investigate all of A11 over the country it is known to day that North Dakota has harvested excellent crops and that her people will have money. As a result this state will be flooded with all kinds of solicitors. The get-quick-rich men will offer stocks and wares, solicitors and peddlers of all kinds will try to work all districts of the state and every kind of scheme will be tried out, which will promise to "get the money" for the solicitor. There is better opportunity for prof-| itable investment in North Dakot...

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. — 30 September 1915

P* 'i II 4 ,v:.' '. V^7 rjf^' jwwm^ Appearance of Mme. Gadski Of more than ordinary interest will be the announcement made upon the return of President McFarland from the east this week of the engagement of Mme. Johanna Gadski, prima donna soprano, to appear in concert in the Normal school auditorium on Nov. 20. Undoubtedly those who remember the delightful programs given here by Schumann-Heink, Melba, Sembrick, the late Nordlca, and others of first rank In the artist field will await with keen anticipation the coming of Gadski. The present season finds Mme. Gad ski at the pinnacle toward which she has moved steadily and surely since the beginning of her public career— the acknowledged queen of lyric and dramatic song. Re-engaged for the Metropolitan opera house to sing the great Wagnerian roles with which her name is instinctively associated—-and an increasing number of Italian qples which each season furnish fresh evi dence of her art's constant growth— Mme. Gadski is without a ri...

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. — 30 September 1915

*1 71 t-' PAGE FOUR & m* Copyright Henry Soaneboro Burdick Wants Governorship MInot, Sept. 28.—U. L. Burdick, of Williston, who has been quoted and misquoted for several months as to his probable candidacy for the republi can nomination for governor in the primaries next year, has set all con jectures aside in a communication to the Optic-Reporter, in which he states that in view of the misstatements con cerning what he will run for, he will be a candidate for the nomination for governor. The announcement sent out by Mr. Burdick follows: "Recent newspaper articles have created the impression in some places that I am a candidate for United States senator. "I wish to correct this report. I am a candidate for the republican nomi-, nation for governor. It may be rather MuIr early to make announcement, but the the campaign as a republican, basing my candidacy upon my record in the! legislature, and will later publish the platform upon which I seek the nomi nation. I will not take par...

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. — 30 September 1915

t' t: It TO i5e.iS i. fels-#: KSS illyu^.-. ,y ip t1' i) tjv-" ?$ U. S. Weekly Weather Forecast Issued by the U. S. Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C„ for the week be ginning Wednesday, Sept. 29, 1915. For Plains States and Upper Mis sissippi Valley: Generally fair and moderately cool weather will prevail through the greater part of the week, except the beginning of the week in the ex treme upper" Mississippi valley. Mrs. W. M. Greenwood arrived home Sunday evening from Carrington where she had been a delegate to tM state convention of the W. C. T. U. She reports a successful and enthus iastic meeting. Mrs. Ale* Amundson, of 301 Conklin avenue, reports the unexpected pleas ure of a visit from her old pastor, Rev. O. Nilson, of Skandia, Wis. tuih« Amanda Anderson, of the Chaf fee store, spent Sunday at her home in Jamestown, returning Monday morn ing. Prof, and Mrs. Call returned Mon day morning from Michigan where they have been for the last month. They report a very pleasant vacatio...

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. — 30 September 1915

PAGE SIX company $10,000. Big Bridge Now Being Cleaned and Painted Major Black Named as Assistant Marshal 'Major John D. Black, who left Sat urday for Washington to attend the Grand Army encampment, was the re cipient of the following telegram: Washington, D. C., Sept. 21, 1915. Colonel John D. Black, Valley City, N. D. My Dear Colonel: The chief marshal, Lieut. Gen Miles would be glad to have you act as as sistant marshal on the occasion of the parade and review of the Grand Army of the Republic, Sept. 29, 1915. Reply can be sent to Colonel Chaun cey B. Baker, war department at Washington, D. C. Very respectfully, CLARENCE B. BAKER, Lieut. Col. IT. S. Army, Acting A. D. C. Normal Professor and Normal Student Wed On Wednesday afternoon, Rev. Ver milya officiating, occurred the mar riage of Miss Grace Bohaus, of Cogs well, to Prof. J. W. Wunn. The cere mony was performed at the future home of the happy couple at 320 Nor mal avenue. Only the immediate rel atives of the parties were pr...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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