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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 October 1915

Saturday night at Carrington four bold, bad boes entered a pool room, held up those present and went out. The proprietor and a few friends went out to round them up and got held up the second time. Then the chief of police and his posse got busy and traced the robbers to a rooming house. In trying to force an entrance they met with stubborn resistance. The marshal was shot and so badly in jured that he was rushed to a hospi tal in St. Paul by special train. One of the hold-up men was shot and kill led, and one was captured. The other two escaped. One of these was a man whom Sheriff Kelly had in custody a while back for a hold-up near Cuba. He will probably be recaptured, as he is easily recognized, having a long scar on his heck and the lower part of one ear being cut off. Celebrated Birthday of Little Catherine Young The little friends of Catherine Young to the number of 37 gathered at her home on Fifth avenue Satur day afternoon to help celebrate her sixth birthday. Games of vario...

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. — 14 October 1915

.'"'PW ,'."!1 ''V/R" VU- III PAGE FOUR •M£: t-i 'W£'' "I •j EMU J:: I mil',' j|!., Reel No. 1 shows views in eastern North Dakota. Valley City has received lengthy ,.,,,".T..IR",v. 1 Valley City and Barnes County Are Shown in Exposition Movies Bismarck, Oct. 13. The bumper liarvest movies at the Bismarck ex position are run at 10 a. m.( 1:15 in the afternoon and 6:30 in the eve ning. These moving pictures of the North Dakota harvest scenes attract the most attention of any exhibit in the building. Some of the scenes taken by Fred Holmboe, photographer, are as follows: Island Park, the picturesque recre-. piles of straw are seen and the grain ation center, is shown alive with boys shoots from the thresher like water and girls, men and women. Other from a drain pipe during a cloud pictures show the luxuriant foliage burst. of the trees and shrubs and the Red A cornfield, cut and shocked, gives river over the dam that furnishes the an idea of North Dakota's crop of city water supply. m...

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. — 14 October 1915

." I 1 fv W ,- E. L. McGee has gone to Michigan, -where he will purchase a fall supply of apples.' P. L. Watkins, of the State Enforce ment league, was registered here Mon day night. A. Lincoln Shute, one of the promin ent citizens of Lisbon, was a Valley City visitor Monday night. Mrs. M. H. Krantz and Mrs. O. H. Hoveland were here from Dazey Mon day night and registered at the Kin dred. Mrs. Dr. Platou and daughter left Tuesday for Minneapolis where they will spend a week visiting relatives. Banker Hanson and Merchant Pol lard were over from Litchville Monday afternoon mixing with our business men and greeting friends. Attorney L. S. B. Ritchie is tran sacting business in Bemidji, Minn., this week. He is expected home Thursday. Mrs. Kirk Taber and children are back from an over-Sunday visit with her sister, Mrs. Fritz Kulewatz, at Jamestown L. G. Farmer, state agent for the People's Fire Insurance Co., spent Tuesday in the city looking after bus iness matters. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ...

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. — 14 October 1915

PAGE SIX -Xl Pan American Congress Is to Recognize Carranza as Ruler Washington, Oct. 9—Recognition of the party led by General Carranza as the de facto government in Mexico was agreed upon today by the Pan American conference as the step to be recommended to their respective gov ernments. Secretary of State Lansing on behalf ®f the United States government ex pressed its intention to recognize Car- M. H. Nelson, salary county fanza and the ambassadors of Brazil auditor deputy Chile, Argentine, and the ministers of May Baillie, salary county audi Bolivia, Uruguay and Guatemaula, tor clerk transmitted tonight the decision of the Jessie Thorkelson, salary, coun Washington government as well aS| their opinion in agreement with it.' Lansing also obtained the approval of President Wilson to the plan and be fore the conference adjourned otherj ministers in the Latin-American coun tries also had given adherence to it. Action of today's conference was re garded generally as the most impor t...

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. — 14 October 1915

A '. .. v. sk".* GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS AND GET 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 START TO SAVE NOW Watch this paper for further National Mileaee Aanranraimnf THE TIMES- RECORB xmv*rmw: Coupons National Mileage Coupons are redeemed for first-class railroad and steamship tickets on any line in the world. V?t£ \c\Alt THE WEEKLY TIMES-RECORD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1915 President WiU Wed Washington, Oct. 6.—Woodrow Wil son, the president of the United States, announces his engagement to Mrs. Norman Gait, of Washington. The date of the wedding has not been f...

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. — 14 October 1915

PAGE EIGHT a as as as Official Data of the Fort Berthold Land Bismarck, Oct. 9.—Official informa tion has come from Washington re garding the opening of surface home stead entry of the land comprised in the Fort Berthold Indian reservation. This is one of the best sections of land yet remaining in the state un occupied, and its opening is arousing considerable interest. It is believed there will be room for some 750 home steaders upon it. The official docu ment from Washington contains the following information: ''The land to be disposed of was formerly a part of the Fort Berthold Indian reservation, North Dakota, and I at in a pa of said state. I "There are approximately 110,000 acres, lying in three separate bodies there being one division of about 50,-1 000 acres in the southeastern part of the former reservation, another of, about 40,000 acres in the northwestern part, and a third of about 20,000 acres near the center. All of this land lies north and east of the Missouri river.1...

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. — 14 October 1915

as» Lm& y-mji-i The wedding of Miss Bertha Paulson to C. N. Janzen, of Hazen, N.D., was solemnized at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. J. Olson, 621 Second avenue .North, at & p. m. Wednesday after noon. The ceremony was performed :by Rev. E. S. Solheim, pastor of the Norwegian Lutheran church of this city, in the presence of a number of relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties. Tjie parlor, where the wedding ser vice took place, was artistically deco rated with ferns and palms, inter spersed with streamers of blue and whitje. In the dining room where the wedding supper was served, ,a color scheme of pink and white was effec tively carried out, with asters and car nations and shaded candles on the table. The bride entered the room on the arm,of her cousin, Irene Orodland, to the strains of the Lohengrin wedding march, played by Mrs. S. J. Qlsoh. The bride's attendants wejre Miss Irene Grodland, of Estherville, iQwa, cousin to the bride, and Miss Sophia Rieten...

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. — 14 October 1915

PAGE TEN gO. A Farmer for Farmers' Institute Superintendent Frank Sanford, proprietor of Fair Triew Stock Farm at Rogers, has been appointed superintendent of the North Dakota farmers' institute. He has ac-| cepted and will take up the work at the beginning of the winter session of, the farmers' institute, according to in-j formation the Times-Record has re ceived from the North Dakota experi ment station at Fargo. Mr. Sanford pioneered in Barnes county. He took up a homestead and tried his hand at wheat growing, but it did not prove a success. He about decided to give up the homestead and go back to Michigan. When he got home he was persuaded to try it again with live slock and this proved a suc cess. The homestead has grown to the Fairview Stock Farm, comprising 1900 acres well equipped with buildings and •well stocked with blooded cattle, horses and hoss. It has been nia^e with stock out of the farm that was a failure when farmed only to grain. Mr. Sanford keeps accurate account ...

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. — 14 October 1915

Great Northern Plans Improvements at Fargo Fargo, Oct. 5.—The plans for the preliminary improvements to the Great Northern yards here necessary to the establishment of the great freight terminal, have arrived and are now in the hands of Pres. H. F. Emery of the city commission. These plans were turned over to Mayor Emery by Arthur Fowler, lo cal attorney for the Great Northern. However the plans are intended .for the city commission and for this rea son President Emery did not inspect them and will not do so until they have been formally opened before the commissioners at their meeting tomoi row morning. It is learned from other sources that the plans provide for the imme diate construction of a 500-foot addi tion to the present freight house, mak ing a total of 800 feet of freight houses running west almost to Tenth street. In addition to this great freight house there will be a number of additional tracks put in and there will be large driveways which will make the freight house e...

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. — 14 October 1915

PAGE TWELVE London, Oct. 7.—Russia is reported to have opened hostilities against Bul garia by a bombardment of the port of Varna. This information is con tained in an Amsterdam dispatch re ceived here at midnight, which says the Cologne Gazette is authority for the statement that "two Russian cruisers are actively bombarding the Bulgarian port of Varna." This news follows the beginning in earnest of the long threatened Aus tro-German offensive in the Balkans. Almost simultaneously with the rup ture of diplomatic relations between Sogia and the entente powers, an Austro-German army estimated at 400,000 with an enormous weight of artillery, started to attack Serbia from the north and the west and, accord ing to the Berlin official report, cross ed the Drina, Danube and Save at many points and firmly established it self on the Serbian side. The Anglo-French troops which were landed at Saloniki with the tacit consent of the Greece government, are being hurried northward through Ser bia...

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. — 21 October 1915

I 1 iM :'f f. ssMm, *ifn $*.•* ,„* «. il^iiSSlI$08*. Minot, Oct. 18.—Fifteen hundred and twenty-two people had registered for drawings in the Fort Berthold reserva tion lands at 3 o'clock this afternoon at Minot alone. The registration was keeping up as fast at the notaries could take the affidavits. In the num ber who registered today were 72 local people. The others were from distant points. Registration by evening will reach the 2,000 mark. The registration opened at one min ute past 12 o'clock last night and has kept a steady pace ever since. There were approximately 2,000 strangers in the city last night, all intent on regis tering. The crowds began to gather about the registration headquarters at an early hour last night and by mid night the streets were fairly well jpacked about the Jacobson building, iwhere the registration headquarters were located. The police took charge of the crowds and kept the lines in something like a semblance of order. .The crowd was good natured an...

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. — 21 October 1915

MM TWO Men's and Boys' Clothing Department Don't miss the opportunity of supplying yourself for the present and future with Suits and Overcoats. The finest hand-tailored Blue Serge Suits, former price up to $30.00 at Strictly all-wool Blue Serge Suits, worth $22.00, at All-wool Blue Serge Suits, up to $15.00, at Beautiful line df Men'B Suits, worth up to $27.00, at Suits that we sold regularly at $16.50, at Men's Overcoats worth up to $25.00, at •Overcoats that we sold up to $19.50, at One lot of coats in small sizes worth up to $12.00, your choice at.. One lot of little fellow's Over coats, sizes up to 14 at Boys' Suits worth up to to $5.50, at Boy's Suits worth up to $5.00 at $17.50 $14.75 $9.50 Fancy Worsted $16.50 $10.75 $13.75 $11.75 $2.48 Boy's Knee Pants Suits in the very latest Bulgarian style Knickerbocker A fkO Pants, worth up to $7.50 at VO $4.25 $3.25 Boy's Knee Pants at less than wholesale prices. Sale Starts Men's Furnishing Goods Department The entire stock must go. N...

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. — 21 October 1915

ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, WORTH DAKOTA. •MKNWOOD A HOUQHTALINQ Wksortptkm, $1.60 a Tear, in Advance Iktered at the Pauofllce t» Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mall ANTI-CANCER CAMPAIGN, The American society for the Con trol of Cancer, with headquarters in New York city, has beep organized to fight cancer through av campaign of education similar to that which has brought Buch excellent results against tuberculosis. Both of these dread diseases may be cured if diag nosed early enough, but an early diagnosis is of particular importance *in preventing the further spread of cancer. Dr. L. D. Bristol, director of the state public health laboratory with headquarters at the university of North Dakota, has been asked to serve as the state executive of the society. Dr. Bristol will be glad to answer any correspondence with spe cial questions about cancer, and he will send a brief circular, "Facts about Cancer," upon request. Steps have already been taken to start a campaign ...

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. — 21 October 1915

r- PAGE FOUH & 0 rjl fr$t Cwi 6/ass New and up-to-date stock of Cut Glass just received in new patterns and shapes. Salt and Peppers— From 50c Up Also a new line of Hand Painted China in beautiful designs, all sold at very low prices. 0. KNUDSON. Tin JiMler North Dakota leads the states of the union in county agents, consoli dated schools and county nurses. This statement was ma4e by Dr. A. E. Win ship, of Boston, who has just spent three weeks investigating educational progress in North Dakota, according to information received by the Times Record from the farm information ser vice of the North Dakota experiment station. Dr. Winship is the best au thority on educational work in the United States. Since the civil war he has been in practically every state of the union every year studying educa tional work. He has already made five trips to the Pacific this year and Is now on his way there again. He makes a special study of a few states each year, one of which has just been compl...

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. — 21 October 1915

rA •i I ii::• ^j~'N sft I' •9-f 4 S". StalC* ta: THE CITY f:\: i,f MrB. H. A. Stinaon, of Fargo, accom panied by her daughter Gladys, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. E. B. Wolff, on West Fourth street. John and George Holzman left on No. 4 Monday afternoon for Hartford, Wis., called there by the death of their father, which occurred Sunday. Dean and Mrs. Eugene Woodhams entertained the members of the faculty of the department of music at break fast on Monday morning. MrB, George Aldahl entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Clara Aldahl. Miss Anna Croonquist, of Kensal, spent Sunday with her cousin, Mrs. E. B. Wolff. Martin Somdahl returned Saturday morning from the Twin Cities, where he spent several days purchasing stock for his furniture store on East Main street. Rogers Citizen: The farmers eleva tor of this place capped the record for the number of loads of grain re ceived in one day when they took in 100 loads last Saturday. This is a record to be very pr...

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. — 21 October 1915

PAGE SIX 1 l* 11# Every Section Is Represented Nearly 550 students have enrolled for the fall term at the Normal, repre senting practically every county in the state, and yet many of the young men will not return to their classes until after the threshing season. At least from 30 to 50 more students may be expected before the middle of the term, if the experience of other terms may be taken as indicative. The coun ties represented in the student body at the present writing and the number of students from each follow: Adams 1, Barnes 134, Benson 10, Bottineau 9, Bowman 2, Burleigh 14, Cass 22, Cavalier 7, Dickey 4, Divide 4, Dunn 6, Eddy 4, Emmons 8, Foster 3, Grand Forks 7, Griggs 5, Hettinger 3, Kidder 4, LaMoure 10, Logan 1, Mc Henry 5, McLean 18, Morton 8, Moun trail 3, Nelson 7, Oliver 5, Pembina 9, Ramsey 8, Ransom 20, Richland 11, Rolette 7, Sargent 12, Sheridan 3, Stark 4, Steele 7, Stutsman 20, Towner 7, Traill 4, Walsh 15, Ward 1, Wells 6, Williams 1, Slope 1. Ten outside s...

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. — 21 October 1915

PAGE EIGHT 6 inch size. Each dt \i |:, Dromedary Dates, a FVr/ THE FAIR Good Things for Saturday! Wardrobe Hooks Full three inch size, coppered, screw ends, Per dozen Aluminum Stove Pipe Collars black japaaned. Stovepipe 24 inches long, 6 inch, patent safety locking seam, crimped and swedged, which are easily put *7f* together. Each joint Full size, and pure aluminum stock. Each AngelJFood Cake Pans Nut Pick Sets Combination nut pick and cracker set. 6 nut picks and one nut cracker in a spaced box for.. Hallowe'en Novelties Such as lanterns, candy boxes, masks, candy novelties, cut outs, seals, crepe paper decorations, paper plates, nut cups, etc., etc. Buy your supplies early. Black Sateen 36 inches wide, extra fine quality soft satin lustre finish. The best for skirts, children's bloomers, store aprons, etc "C Underwear and Hosiery of all kinds. We sell standard merchandise only, and guarantee every garment or pair of hose to give absol ute satisfaction. You save money if you buy ...

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. — 21 October 1915

North Dakota Leads the Union North Dakota led all the states in crop condition on Sept. 1 and Oct. 1. This is the report Bent out by the United States department of agricul ture, crop estimate bureau. On Sept. 1 North Dakota's crop condition was 126.5 or 26 per cent above the aver age. South Dakota stood next with 122.1, while for the United States it was 105.5. On Oct. 1 North Dakota had gained 12.4 points, bringing it up to 138.9, while the average for the United States was 106.9. The October estimate on the yield of wheat is 142,782,000 bushels for North Dakota in 1915, as against 81,592,000 last year or an increase of 76 per cent. The price on October 1 is 2.6 lower than a year ago. The 1915 oats crop is 92,500,000 bushels against 81,592,000 bushels while last year it was 28,275,000.- uThia year's potato crop is placed-at 7,370, 000 bushels, while in 1914 it was 7,630,000. The production of flax seed is 7,720,000 bushels against last year's crop of 6,972,000 bushels. Corn is the...

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. — 21 October 1915

PAGE TEN fc The final culmination of their work came Thursday when Heising's voice was transmitted by the most wonder ful of modern inventions a quarter of the way around the globe, without the aid of wires. The most amazing part of the ex periment is not the mere distance cov ered but the fact that Heising's voice actually recognized by his friend and co-worker Lloyd Espenschied, who was stationed at the other end in Ha waii to receive the message. While the patents of the wireless phones are privately owned by the "Westinghouse company details of the technical construction are being kept secret as the government is to have its use to establish communications between battleships at sea. Mr. Heising is personally known to many students who have taken the physics course and the fact that an old Wisconsin instructor has helped in such an epoch making advance in sci ence is of deep interest to all Wiscon sin men. WEEK OF ACCIDENTS IN LA MAURE COUNTY (Continued from Page 9) parently the...

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. — 21 October 1915

S (»t* US Mf. M/ Tcuits,strong WAR DECLARED BY BULGARIANS (Continued from Page 9) clearly defines its attitude toward the central powers. The Austro-German and Bulgarians' attack on Serbia, are proceeding apace. They are, however, meeting stern resistance and although under constant attack since October 5, the Serbians are losing ground foot by foot. Even the 'Belgium coast is not ex-^ cepted, British monitors having again bombarded the German position along this coast. British submarines in the Baltic thus far have sunk 10 German ore carrying steamers and completely paralyzed ore trade between Sweden and Germany. This has caused dis satisfaction in Sweden, as it is charg ed two steamers were sunk within Swedish territory. The Bulgarian minister, P. H. Mi- e( trians from the Serbian frontiers and plane was unable to overhaul the air prevent them sending any further re- hip before it was lost in the fog. inforcements against Servia. I "Some houses were damaged and In fact, there appe...

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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