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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 30 September 1915

cff": -/"V 4 1 1 1 OAm VjT'V1 Pratassiraal Canto WINTERER It RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. lUtk Ave. N. 15*7?' E. A. PRAY, M. D. Physleian and Surgeon 4ut* Hair. of Pannajrlvaala 1b PoatoOoa Bluok Aou, I KM. Pboaa SM ft. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. O. FhyaMm and Surseee Anwrlean Nafl Bank Ekfe VALLBY CTTT, N. D. DR. F. L. WICKS mrm, bar, nobb and throat Fitted Whan Nedeaeary in Na«w Wicks Building TALLEST CITY, N. A E O E O N I Atlarnay-at-Law •ALLBY CITY, K. B. THEODORE B. LINDLAND Attorney and Countailor at Lam •Bn in Farmara' and Mar chants' Bank Baildlac VALLEY CITY, N. D. Charles E IVAUJBT cm, Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Valley City Office Phone 330 Offlce SOt-A Ilea. 1W-B A VAN MOUTEN, M. D. FhyaWan and *urgaan Ofltoaa la Oral Btook RB Congregation Presented Pastor With Fine Car Sanborn Enterprise: Father Sailer, of Valley City, was a guest of Rev. John Kleidon last Wednesday. The Rev.* Father came over in his new Ford, presented to him by the Vall...

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. — 30 September 1915

W, 1, \t' 1 r»1 fell Stfr ,7-jSj* *-y ».-v -n .v PAGE EIGHT :v.j No Matter What Your I am showing all the very latest models in— Fall and Winter Millinery Latest styles for dress and street wear— Pattern Hats both large and small, and many exclusive creations gleaned from my study of I styles in the eastern mak kets. Let me design a hat that will express your individuality. Miss Ella Holtquist With Right Price Mercantile Co. FOOD PROBLEM GETTING SERIOUS (Continued from Page 1) provisions for home consumption and ifairied masses of the people to the Verge of starvation, have brought a tremendous amount of money into the country, enabling the country to pay for all its imports, and left a large surplus to be used for industrial pur •pfoses and public loans. The Bank of Norway—the govern- wha,.$17.50 ^wavnet ment's bank—had a year ago twenty million dollars of gold in its vaults. To day It has forty million. A year ago it had issued paper money to the ex tent of five and a half million...

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. — 30 September 1915

«??***-1^ ii \'X J'^rrtrY* Special to the Times-Record.) Carrington, Sept. 25.—Friday was a memorable day at the state convention of the W. C. T. U. A heavy rain de scended practically all day and though it spoiled the delightful auto trip planned by the Commercial club for the delegates, it did not dampen the spirits of the earnest women gathered in the city. The Carrington stores did a somewhat rushing business in "wet goods"—rubbers, raincoats, and um brellas—and the program went serene ly on, everything progressing satisfac torily. Beginning with beautiful de votional exercises, roll call, and exec utive business, the program was con tinued by inspiring reports froln the field showing, in brief, the wonderful work done throughout the state'during the past year. At 11:15 Mrs. Warren, of Mayville, conducted beautiful and impressive services in memory of those who, since the last annual convention,, have been called to their reward. After adjournment, the delegates met in the Metho...

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. — 30 September 1915

3* PAGE TEN rJ:'** Artists Course to Open Soon Glen Dillard Gunn, the eminent mus ical critic of Chicago, has been secur ed and will open the annual artists' course of pre-festival concerts in the Normal school auditorium on Oct. 12, "with a lecture recital. During the year, Oscar Seagle, the noted baritone is also to appear giving artist course patrons with the remaining nnmbers the highest priced array of talent yet offered here. Of the other numbers to be heard this year, there are in adidtion to those named: The Reynolds Sisters in folk costume and music Mme Dor othea North, soprano Amy Emerson iNeill, volinist, who is this year accom panying the Chicago Operatic Com pany and one other number to be an nounced later. It has been the plan of the depart ment of music at the Normal school to make this annual course a cost price entertainment feature to students and local citizens and to expend for talent an amount of money warranted by the support given each preceding course. Such a...

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. — 30 September 1915

1 It W ,y 1iss -v W'^'r *Wi THE CITY Clarence Vogel, who recently suffer ed a stroke of paralysis, is reported to be considerably improved at the pres ent time. This will be good news to his many friendB. Miss Eva Bailey returned Thursday night from Backus, Minn., where she has been visiting relatives. Profs. M. C. James and Morris J. Kernall came within one bird of bag ging the limit Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Hitzman left Thursday morning for a visit of a month or six weeks at her old home in Ontario. Hastings Times: H. 0. Dahle went to Valley City Wednesday with An drew Bergan, returning 'With his own car, which had been in the repair shop. Hastings Times: Miss Mary Chris tensen is at home for a visit with her father, Sever Christensen. She has been employed in Valley City for sev eral months. Chas, Brandenberg, of Sanborn, was a Valley City caller Saturday attend ing to business matters. Mrs. Marguerite Van Fraag was a passenger to Fargo Friday afternoon, to visit for a few ...

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. — 30 September 1915

PAGE TWELVE President's Address Was a Comprehensive Review (Continued from Page 9.) Third districts, and from the Btate officers, concerning the year's work. Some of the interesting facts dis closed by these reports were: 1. The year's net gain in state mem bership is 748. 2. All debts are paid, the deficjlt of last wear wiped out and a consider able balance on hand. 3. The work of the W. C. T. U'. and the suffrage movement in the state are progressing hand in hand and are marching on to victory. Beautiful music, both vocal and In •trumental, interspersed the program Mrs. S. A. Zimmerman, of Valley City, gave a very interesting and prac tical address on the "Value of Moth ere' Meetings," which was highly ap preciated. Mrs. F. W. Heidel followed with a report of the state work in the Sabbath Observance department. A remarkably able address by Miss Mary M. Carey, of Bottineau, followed. Her subject was "Progress of the Pro hibition Movement in the U. S.," and the masterly manner in wh...

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. — 7 October 1915

"V V"' Jo 2^ ^-•V 4 V"S $ '^5 m,S s'vX'ife'il ty *,4' The community was greatly shocked Tuesday morning when it was learned that Otto Zetterberg was dead. His death occurred supposedly at about 5 o'clock. Mrs. Zetterberg became alarmed when she failed to arouse him at the usual hour and telephoned for her brother, Mark Smith, and the doc tor. When the doctor arrived it was found that he had been dead for some time. The cause of death was apo plexy, and Mr. Zetterberg had seeming ly passed away in peaceful sleep. The funeral arrangements as an nounced are for a private funeral at "the residence, 707 Normal avenue, on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. In terment will be made in Woodbine cemetery. Otto Zetterberg was one of the old residents and aggressive business men of the city and his loss will be keenly felt. The sincere sympathy of the entire -community will go out to the bereaved widow and relatives. Mr. Zetterberg •was about 40 years old. After th.e fu neral an obituary will be ...

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. — 7 October 1915

4iJ jTA $ 1 V, »«f« TWO iili mi ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. tftCCNWOOD A HOUGHTALINQ iption, $1.50 a Year, in Advance •nttred at the Ponolllce la Valley City, N. Dak., as second claaa mail FARMERS' IDLE TIME The winter months will be along eoon now and the farmer will be wondering what he can do to while away the evening hours. And right here we want to give a suggestion that means both pleasure and profit. Arrange to have a meeting at one of your school houses or other public place at least one evening a month, at which you can all compare notes on the season's work, note the mis takes that. have been made and de •*ise the best methods of correcting tbem in the coming year. You can not get a dozen farmers together but what some one of them wiU have something to say of value to you, something that perhaps you have not known before, something that will make your work lighter and profits greater in future years. The social features alone of such meetings would d...

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. — 7 October 1915

,,m 1 'i I 4 ti'W: IS 4\ rl Af* 380 Golf Storm Takes Kg Toll of lives Motile Oct. 1.—The West Indian hurricane that spent its force last night against New Orleans took a toll of at least two score lives and did extensive property damage at smaller cities and resorts along the central gulf coast, according to ad vices coming in slowly tonight over 'crippled lines of communication. Most of the loss of life reported was tin Frenies and Manshac, Louisiania. mThe railroad agent at the former town ^telegraphed that .eight white persons 'and 17 negroes had been drowned and many injured when the wind drove the waters of Lake Panohartrin into the streets. At Manshac, 10 miles farther vv north, a railroad section foreman and 16 negro laborers were reported drowned. Two children lost their lives in Pascagoula, Miss., when a house was demolished and two men were electrocuted here by wires, torn ^down by the storm. Several other ¥& deaths were reported in isolated sec ®*tlons. •Al. '.-iVt'tn...

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. — 7 October 1915

PAGE FOUN nm $ CLOCKS Alarm clocks of all kinds From $1.00 Up Also the Big Ben and the Baby Ben Alarm The entente powers in this belief have landed troops at Saloniki which takes upon itself the duty of protect- ing the main railroad through Serbia and Greece and give what assistance it can to the Balkan allies, should they be attacked by Bulgaria. Fine Striking Clocks and Chime Clock* just received in beautiful cases. All Quaranteed. PRICES ALWAYS RIQHT 0. KNUDSON, ia's Stand Bulgaria Is With Germany Bulgaria for War. Berlin, via London, Oct. 5.—A dis patch from Sofia dated Oct. 4 says: "Premier Radolslavoff, of Bulgaria, made the following declaration to rep resentatives of the government party: 'We confront war and must defend our national interests. We must wrest from our enemies everything they took from us two years ago and get satisfac- saved tion for every insult.' London, Oct. 5.—Greece is now the central point of the storm which is' likely to break over the Balkans at any ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 7 October 1915

'i •"'V 1 IS One of the most uptodate barns in Barnes county is that just recently finished for the King brothers, who for some years past have been build ing up a fine herd of cattle at their place south of Valley City. The Times-Record takes pleasure in giving a description and picture of the big structure. This barn is 58 feet wide and 100 feet long, height of hay loft from floor to peak is 26 feet and will hold about 200 tons of hay. The outside concrete foundation is two feet thick at the bottom and 12 inches at the top of the ground, on this the sills are anchored every few feet. On top of the sills and between the studdings concrete is put in eight inches thick and 12 inches high, thus making a con crete base inside the stable, so that there is no woodwork at the bottom to rot out. There are 42 concrete footings for in dor, families. Official Washington wks both grati fied and relieved. by the diplomatic victory. The communication delivered by the Embassador was pursuant to g...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 7 October 1915

rt ^', *V-'- y\ t'^r1 PAGE SIX I 11 friends are glad to welcome her re- Expect Burke Will Be Candidate for U. S. Senatorship 1 rac-v behtad h,m s$$ ftfr" .(a frs,.the city on No. 1 on trW' drink. Mrs. Spurr Elected Dean of Women at State Normal School Valley Citizens are more than ordi* robbed and thrown down stairs, narily interested in the announcement Stronsmoe went into hiding for a made Friday morning of the election ^ew hours, but the description of the of Mrs. Belle Spurr to the office of man which the officers were able to dean of women at the State Normal set of him was pretty good and so school here to succeed Miss Frances soon as he appeared from under cover Foote, whose return will be prevented charge of the Barnes county schools jand from 1886-1890. During her mcum- bency in office she married and in 1890 was succeeded as superintendent by her husband. While in the county, superintendent's office, Mrs. Spurr also managed a farm of a section and a bait near Dazey. Later ...

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. — 7 October 1915

I if V) 1 V-' Stli jU n: $s\ 4 4 tSit ... if V' r, mt 'ji ffe' 1 I V* a1'1,'? If 1.1 .-'at' A K-SS&si r, The music season in the Normal school auditorium was delightfully opened on Saturday evening with a re cital given by the members of the mu sic faculty. On an occasion of this nature, the performers were perhaps greeted by a larger audience than has enjoyed a faculty recital for several years. Fully 500 persons heard the program, and were well rewarded, for coming to the auditorium. Mtss Katherine Fjelde opened the program with the McDowell concerto, and Miss Josephine Wright at the sec ond piano, and was well received, aft er which Dean Woodhams sang' a group of five pretty songs, all by American composers, who were given the first part of the program. Everybody was delighted to hear Prof. Froysaa again, thiB being his first appearance in the auditorium since his return from abroad and the first time in nearly a year and a half that he played for an audience here. Mr. Froysa...

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. — 7 October 1915

v' 1,1 BL:v PAGE EIGHT FEDERATION'S PROGRAM OUT (Continued from Page 1) Arts and Crafts—Mrs. E. F. Chand ler, Grand Forks. Civics—Mrs. J. A. White, Edgeley. Conservation—Mrs. J. E. Hunter, Cando. Education—Miss Laura B. Sander son, LaMoure. Home Economics—Miss Nellie Farnsworth, Valley City. Ifadustrial and Social Conditions Landmarks—Mrs. C. B. Harris, Pembina. Legislation—Mrs. W. C. Boden stab, Bismarck. Literature and Library—Miss Al ice Paddock, Jamestown. Music—Mrs. S. A. Wilder, James town. Public Health—Mrs. S. A. Zim merman, Valley City. Extension—Mrs. J. H. Shepperd, Fargo. Endowment—Mrs. E. B. Goss, Bis marck. Press—Mrs. R. M. Pollock, Fargo. (b) Vice Presidents—Mrs. M. A. Baldwin, presiding. (c) County Chairmen—Mrs. O. W. McClusky, presiding. 3:15_Formal Opening of Convention. Vocal Solo—Mrs. Harry Grimmer, Minot. Invocation—Rev. P. W. Erickson, Minot. Addresses of Welcome— For the City—D. S. Hollenga, Sec retary Association of Commerce. For the Normal School—President A....

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. — 7 October 1915

-V' if, .''•••'?• I'-'Vm.'vV V"'1!"i v.! .: v» ', \4a^^f i«*4«. .* .tr« 'l^V•' fc.M ."V Si -J "\$j f)„/ On Thursday of this week the con tract for a new consolidated school building was let to be erected at Nome. There were five bidders for the work, and W. J. Curren was successful in securing the contract, his bid being for $15,500. This is for the material and construction only. The building Is to be of brick and concrete, two stories and basement. There will be The heating and plumbing also went to a. Valley City firm, the contract be ing let to the Valley City Plumbing & Heating Co. for $4,000. Another Valley City man will also have a conspicuous place in the deal. He Is Eugene McFarland, the archi tect, whose plans for the structure •were accepted by the board. When completed this school building will probably excell or at least equal any building in the state for school purposes in a town the size of Nome. Provisions have been made for teach ing agriculture, manual trainin...

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. — 7 October 1915

PAGE TEN fe. f£- §£, MO1 fit President Anderson Expects Equity Elevator Will Handle lion Bushels Each Week St Paul, Sept. 29—Directors of the Equity Co-operative exchange have signed a pledge binding the members of the board in the sum of $50,000 as guarantee to the St. Paul banks that farmers' elevator paper discount ed here will be protected. The Co-operative Herald, the offi cial organ of the Equity, announces that following the action of the board "members, many prominent farmers of North Dakota have joined with the di rectors in pledging their resources to provide still more funds to finance the movement of crops to the Equity Co operative exchange. The pledges have! been filed with St. Paul banks. I President Anderson reported to the board that the receipts are running so large that he confidently expects the exchange to handle a million bushels of wheat a week within a short time. The aim is to handle at least 25,000, 000 bushels of grain in the present fiscal year of the cor...

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. — 7 October 1915

$« Kteiis ^ytiB® *f 4 GIVE US AND CtET Exclusive Newspaper and Job Printing Rights For Barms County We have joined the National Mileage Brigade and for every dollar in cash business— We Give For every dollar on subscrip tion or any cash business we will give these coupons. To start you there is a Compli mentary Coupon good for Ten Miles. Call and get this cou pon. We also give a card of instructions telling you how to get Mileage Coupons and travel free. GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS AND RE CEIVE THIS EXTRA BENEFIT Watch this paper for further THE TIMES-RECORD ^W^V^}' it*1 -l Coupons National Mileage Coupons are redeemed for first-class railroad and steamship tickets on any line in the world. THE WEEKLY TIMES-RECORD,THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1915. ENTERTAINED IN HONOR OF MRS. HANSON Miss Jennie Nelson and Mrs. Hop perstad entertained a group of ladies Thursday afternoon at their home on Eighth avenue in honor of Mrs. C. M. Hanson, of Northwood, and Miss Irene Nelson, of Vancouver, B. C., who are...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 7 October 1915

M: PAGE TWELVE Misf •rX'7 Wilson Reviews the Grand Army Washington, Sept. 28.—The Grand Army of the Republic marched up his toric Pennsylvania avenue from the eapitol to the White House today as it did when the victorious union sol diers were mustered out of service 50 years ago. Today in the blue rags as they were reviewed by President Wilson, the first southern-born president elected since the war, and from the same po sition on which Johnson stood, they were, according to the best estimate obtainable, about 20,000 men. Some of them marched with the aid of crutches or canes. Others man aged to get along by leaning upon the arm of stronger comrades. Many managed, however, to retread the path of half a century ago with buoyant step to the air of old time war songs. Fifty years ago, the army was two days in passing review. Today less than four hours was necessary for the march which had its pathetic as well as its patriotic sides. It was a iy of cheers and tears. Old inhabitants of t...

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. — 14 October 1915

:r—rK* &T fe JMV. fe •as&s \W &J* •74 Nelson and his men then went up stairs to arrest the quartet. Mr, Nel (Continued on Page 8) Crop of Suckers Never Runs Out W\ Previous to this, however, the four burglars reached the place and were hiding in the grass. Earl Berch and several other companions, after hear ing of the robbery in the pool hall, started toward the crossing and reached there before the train. They were surprised by the four highway men and told to hold up their hands. Berch, who was armed, did not get his hands up quickly enough to suit the robbers and one of them shot him. He was slightly wounded in the shoulder. It is believed that the four high waymen then took a roundabout way back to the city. They appeared at the Gilby rooming house and secured a room. It was 2 o'clock when they entered the rooming house. A few minutes later, one of the men left and appeared at a restaurant, where he purchased a can of coffee and a number of sandwiches. The restaurant...

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. — 14 October 1915

AM TWO •fk Sr" ValleyClty rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. (HMENWOOD A HOUGHTALING icrlption, 91.60 a Year, in Advance Bntered at the Poaiofflce In Valley City, N. Dak., as second claai mail •atter. THE MAN WHO DOESN'T GO WRONG Somebody lately asked the St. Louis chief of detectives what type of man it is that goes wrong most frequently. His answer showed him to be a shrewd observer. He didn't even try to answer the zation. question directly. "There is no particular type," he said. "But there is a clear type of man who never is in trouble, how ever. This is the man who lives with in his means, who saves a part of his earnings each day and week and year. It does not matter how much, just so he lives within his income and saves." Now there's good sense. There is a type of man who goes wrong. It is the type of man who lives only for today and who gives tomorrow no thought. It is the type or man who lives beyond his income so long as he can find credit, and Even thrift is not eno...

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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