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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 April 1913

Section Improved Farm. Xo. 49—Une section splendid farm land eight miles south of Eckelson This is the fine improved farm form erly owned by Henry Menlte. All un der cultivation excepting ten acres of fine trees. There is a complete set of buildings, including an eight room house, large barn, two granaries, a blacksmith sihop and windmill. This is. one of the best farms in Barnes county and a large proportion of it was summer-fallowed recently. Easy terms will be given if deeired. George M. Young owner or see E. D. Land Company. A Highly Improved Quarter No. 51-S. E. Sec. 35-140-60 is of fered for sale at $45 per acre. This is a fine farm with a splcnd'd set of buildings and grove. Good well water and close to Sanborn. If you vant a good small farm look at this one. Splendid Stock Farm. 'No. 50. Thi® man has two splendid faiwj-ldr sale. Tbey are located near Kathryn and either will make ideal farms for stock raising and general farming. NW. 1-4, N. 1-2, SW.1-4 and SE. 1-2 of SW. 1-4...

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. — 10 April 1913

»A«e POUR Combination Offer tk County Correspondence MANSFIELD The meeting of the Farmers Associ ation at the school house last Friday evening was well attended. Senator McDowell of Marion gave a fine ad dress on the origin of the better farming movement in this state how it is financed, and what it is expected to accomplish, with the aid of the farmer in conserving the natural re sources of the state. Mr. McDowell is a fluent and entertaining speaker, and should he find it convenient to 3ueet with the club again he will get a, hearty welcome. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones have moved to their new home in Meatlow Lake township. Miss Mary Thompson of llemen, Is spending a few days with her friend Miss Anna Strang. Frank Stillings and Will Campbell, were Valley City shoppers last week. Miss Anna Tabbert is teaching north of Sanborn this spring. A. McLees was a Valley City visitor between trains Saturday. Aleck and Don Campbell made a business trip to Kathryn last week. There will be a social...

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. — 10 April 1913

IN THE Examination of Eyes and the Fitting of GLASSES We are qualified, our methods are thoro, scientific and have stood the test. We invite comparison. For better servicc at moderate prices, consult A. R. BUTLER EYESI8HT SPECIALIST Phone 377 Valley City, N. D. 5th Ave. N. Any tens accurately and quickly duplicated THE CITY FROM MONDAY'S DAILY Martin Conlon of Eckelson is a bus iness caller here today. James Keliy left this morning for I ucca on business connected with the sheriff's office. Mrs. C. Pennebaker of Mapleton was a guest in the city yesterday of friends. Miss Evelyn Achen who has been the guest for the past several days of Miss Anna Anderson left last night to resume her duties in the schools at Carrington. Mrs. Anna Sternberg who has been with relatives in Casselton for the past week returned home last night. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Healey and baby of Fargo spent Sunday in the city with relatives. Mart Mason returned home Sunday morning from Lode, Cal., where he has been spe...

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. — 10 April 1913

WW 3& «. ,1#?f •C' *AOE SIX ip ••. tmfm# fyflp:'' /V My $&•" a-"'' I^'- hy Kilty flwV te. •••. m. Si-i'wv- fp w- tel.-', fv J: (£$?:'*••••. kjv. i. SV 'i •t" s, i- «Vr/ #4il te 1 The Barnes County Agricultural Pair, is so far as its usefulness and purposes are concerned will undergo a thorough change, according to D. S. Ritchie, president. It has always been the intention of those in charge of the fair to make it a Barnes Coun ty proposition an institution that would be of benefit to the people of the county. However, it appears that it has not been altogether just what the people want, and it is now the in tention to make it a Barnes county fair. An institution to be'used by the people of the countv in the advance ment of their interests, at the same time furnishing to them amusement and recreation. As stated by one of the directors, Mr. Ritchie, the classes will be entire ly changed. "It will be the intention to ^eep the thorough-bred classes, and these will be open to all...

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. — 10 April 1913

Roller Feed KBd. •wvJI tt good man to know." Farm Wagons Delivery Wagon» Buggies F' Grinding The new up-to-the-minute roller process of grinding feed saves you one half of what it now costs you to feed your stock. Will grind twice as fast with me power, as the best burr or stone mill ever made and does not heat the Has great capacity, very simple, grinds fine or coarse, requires little power, has no burrs or other parts to be constantly wearing out, also grinds corn-meal and graham. Will last a life-time. Made in all sizes from the smallest to the largest. Sold with or without engine. Big money in custom grinding. The Roller THE "ROLLER MIllL WAY" IS THE ONLY WAY TO GRIND FEED EXCLUSIVE AGENT Trucks Contractors' Wijoni Runabouts Outfit Mill Way la the only way. R.R.Howill&Co. MANUFACTURERS MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Carried in stock in your town and exclusively by Riedman Valley City, N. D. 99 Rough hauling? "I don't mind. This is a Studebaker Wagon' —that's why I bought it. I noticed t...

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. — 10 April 1913

VOLUME 1. MP ft jfi I, ft fUV If jiff: j$# tb1* l: Mfe« KM pi?: &m.y 'A* i: i$ n'*1 If.. jjpT* ISr ?#fc 1 fi iv. si*- ~v a* if?'* Sw- ti ll *1 If :'L !i Jl If (Ml St •i Conducts Institute for Teachers of 2 Counties BILLINGS AND STARK TORS HAVE VALUABLE WEEK WITH PROF. HOLLIS. Prof. A. P. Mollis, supervisor of the Model school, reports a very enthusi astic and large number of teachers at an institute conducted by him at Dick inson last week, when Stark and Bill ings counties were represented. Over ISO teachers were present, making Jong drives in spite of the inclement weather. The instructional force, besides Con ductor Hollis, included Supt. P. S. Berg, of Stark county Miss Mary O'Brien had charge of the primary work and Supt. L. R. Waldron, of the Dickinson Experiment Station. "Monday evening Prof. Hollis gave a very fine talk on Rural schools," says the Saturday issue of The Dickinson Press. "The ideal educational system for the country school will not be reached until there i...

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. — 10 April 1913

SECTION TWO VOL. XXXV NO. 2. (From Tuesday's Daiy.) Declaring tnai the trunk sewer com mittee was meeting behind closed doors instead of in public session as they should, and that there was "un derground work going on," Alderman W. J. Curren precipitated the first row in last evening's otherwise peaceful council meeting, immediately follow ing the report of the sewer committee. The statement by Mr. Curren was made when the sewer committee re ported to the council that they had been unable to come to any conclus ion as to the bids, partly because they were beyond the bond limit. The re port also stated that the bids were in their opinion, too high, and the com mittee believed it possible to either re duce the number of items so as to bring it within the bond limits, or else to re ject all bids and call for new ones, which could be accepted. If necessary, the committee proposed to reduce the amount of work to be done, by a con siderable degree. Immediately following the report Alderma...

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. — 10 April 1913

PAGE TEN -rwr"*® Russell-Miller Company fined for Irregularities PLEADS GUILTY ON TECHNICAL CHARGE OF RECEIVING RE BATES FROM SOO R. R. roir. Saturday^ Haily.) The Russell-Miller Milling Company •Riith headquarters in Minneapolis pleaded guilty this week to a technical eharge of receiving rebates in the United States district court at Minne apolis, and was fined $1,000 on each of the five counts to which they plead ed,. In pleading guilty, Willis Helm, manager of the company, stated that the violation of the law had been wholly unintentional, on the part of the company, and that the mistake ftad been made by an employee of the company not familiar with the law regarding shipments. Following is the comment of the Weekly Northwestern Miller on the «ase: The case of the Interstate Com merce Commission against the Rus sell-Miller Milling Co., and the Soo Railroad for irregularity in the use of milling-in-transit freight rates came up for hearing in the United States District Court today...

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. — 10 April 1913

Citizens and Students To Give Benefit for Fldod Sufferers (I'rom Monday's Daily.) Through the efforts of the citizens and members of the faculty of the Normal school conservatory of music, a grand citizens and conservatory re cital will be given in the Normal audi torium on next Monday evening, the proceeds of which will be turned over to the flood sufferers. Several vocal ists and musicians from the city and the Normal music organizations have volunteered their services, and the Times-Record, has volunteered to do nate printing, advertisement, pro grams, etc. The undertaking will give the city, an excellent opportunity in aiding In a most worthy endeavor. Watch (or the complete program to be published In these columns, together with other details. The Lecture Association have been extremely fortunate in securing such big attraction as Captain Ronald Amundson, the discoverer of the South Pole, who will appear at the Ar mory theater on April 25th in an il lustrated lecture of his tra...

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. — 10 April 1913

PAGE TWELVE. The Flying' Man 'By Harry Irving Greene Antbor "Tb« Lath of Circumstance," "Barbara ot th« finowi" \, (OWJttf lit. kr «*v*«S &»••* (Continued from Thursday.) 8YNOPSIS. ethat CHAPTER I—rrofessor Desmond of the observatory causes a great sensa throughout the country by announc what appears to be a satellite Is ••preaching at terrific speed. Destruction tha earth Is feared. CHAPTER ~n—Panic prevails every NriMre. The satellite barely misses thu earth. The attnospherlo disturbance •nocks people unconscious, but does no luuce. CHAPTER III—A leaf bearing a caba Bstlo design flutters down among the •vests at a lawn party. It Is identical la design with a curious ornament worn bjr Doris Fulton. A hideous man-like feeing with huge wings descends In the •sldst of the guests. He notices Doris' wnament and starts toward her. CHAPTER IV—The men fear he In tends harm to Doris and a fierce eirch,someinjured.Doris, ttle ensues. In which Tolllver and suitors of and Prof. Des mond ar...

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. — 17 April 1913

SECTION ONE VOL. XXXV NO. 3. HAGGERT CONSTRUCTION CO. OF FARGO SECORESSEWER CONTRACT Council Makes Award After (iateway Concern Presents Revised Bid—Two New Ordinances Introduced The amount called for by the bid is $61,373.61, which was $599.16 lower than the next lowest bidder. The or dinance covering the contract is pub lished in this evening's Times-Record, and construction work will begin Thursday. It tooke two tie votes, with the mayor deciding each, to decide on the acceptance of the committee's report, and the entrance into a contract with the construction company. In each case the vote was supported and op posed by the same members of the council, there being, apparently a very clear division of opinions as to the advisability of the step the coun cil was about to take. Following the reading of the report of the special committee, which con fined itself to a statement of the bids, and the request of the two lowest bidders, L. W. Schruth and Haggert Construction company to re...

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. — 17 April 1913

•t P*GE .WO Not As Healthy As City School DOCTOR SAYS THAT COUNTRY SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE NOT WELL CARED FOR. Washington, April 11. Country school children generally are less healthy than children in the city schools, according to the United States bureau of education, which bases its conclusion largely oil investigations made by Dr. Ernest B. lloag into ru ral educational conditions in Minne sota. Failure to teach the children in the "little red school house" even the rudiments of hygiene and the ig norance of the average country teach er along this line, are held to be the causes. Poor ventilation of the country school is a lar^1 factor in undermin ing the health of the children, is Dr. Hoag's opinion. As a result of this he says, the children generally are af flicted with headache, ear ache and other ailments of a completely avoid able nature. In his investigation Dr. Hoag found that 80 per cent of the children in country schools drank tea and cof fee that 40 per cent of them suffer...

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. — 17 April 1913

You are doubtless insured against loss of your property by FIRE. What if the HIGH WINDS should damag* or DESTROY IT We represent only reliable insurance companies and will be pleased to advise you as to rata, form and proper protection. CHARLES G. LUND AGENCY TtlcphMit 3321, TORNADO A headache is the first symptom oi an on-com ing sickness. All sickness should be caught in time. Have always in the house some simple remedies to take while waiting for the doctor to come. One of our combination water-bag and fountain syringe is a household necessity. Have you got one? There is no use of suffering long with headache or neuralgia. Be prepared to treat it as soon as it starts. MAIL ORDERS SENT PROMPTLY BY PARCELS POST For (he convenience of our customers who are not able to come in, simply call up on phone or drop us a card and by the NEXT MAIL you will £et your purchase. We shall be as careful in filling your order as though you were here in person. Come to OUR Drug Store. THE BEST DRUG ...

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. — 17 April 1913

PAGE POUR AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF SEWER BONDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $50,000.00 AND PROVIDING FOR THE COLLECTION OF A DI RECT ANNUAL TAX SUFFICIENT TO PAY THE INTEREST THERE ON, AND THE PRINCIPAL THEREOF WHEN DUE. AND PRO VIDING FOR THE CREATION OF AN INTEREST AND SINKING FUND AND APPROPRIATING FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING THE INTEREST AND PRINCIPAL OF SAID BONDS AS THE SAME BECOME DUE. Whereas, By a resolution of the Mayor and City Council of the City of Valley City, passed on the 14th day of October, 1912, an election was call ed and it was ordered that the ques tion of issuing bonds in the amount of Fifty Thousand and no cents ($50, 000.00) Dollars by said City for the purpose of constructing a trunk sewer system be voted upon and it ap pearing that a proper notice of elec tion was given and that the election was duly held on the 5th day of No­ Phone Number Money Saving Opportunities 3 Quart Blue and White En ameled Riceboiler 48c Pure silk thread Hose. Extra wide l...

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. — 17 April 1913

9 My Patients Say: "I never had my eyo* exa mined like that before." Now when you get tired "try ing" to get Glasses, just come in ond GET an HONEST EXAMIN ATION and YOU will say the same. Examination and Glasses From $3 00 Up A. R. BUTLER EYESI8HT SPECIALIST Phone 377 Valley City, N. D. 5th Ave. N. Any lens accurately and quickly duplicated THE CITY FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY C. W. Athey, traveling representa tive of the North Dakota Mutual, is here today visiting the home office. M. J. Donavan of Wyndmere, spent several days the fore part of the week the guest of his sister Mrs. A. A. Gad. Many farmers are seeding now. The weather is ideal for spring work and so far there is every indication of a good year. Mrs. Paul Sorkness" arrived in the city last night from Fargo and will visit for several days with her sister Mrs. T. L. Larson. Master Conrad Pratt who recently underwent an operation at a local hos pital left today for his home in Cour tenay. Mrs. H. B. Woodworth left last night f...

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. — 17 April 1913

/AGE SIX FROM MONDAY'S DAILY N. F. Houlihan of Grand Forks, i* heiv today on fouhinPSH iuatU?rH. It. C'uHH'k, of Carriimton, i« n'iiis tcr«M] al tlnj Kindn'tl hoti'l today. ChaB. Olhon of Leal, i« today transacting bnslneHH. P. Ingrnurulson of Juiwstown, vis ited with frinndH lx-re ov-r Sunday. MiKK ifattifi Starr of Tow-r City was a visitor lxre yesterday. Geo. Scan Ion and Louis Peterson of Fargo are registered at a local hotel today. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Wanner were in Jamestown yesterday where they at tended the funeral of Mr. Wanner's brother, the late Fred Wanner. Now that the mud haH disappeared why not start a crusade against the dusty walk. If each business house would keep bis own walk swept and clean, the city would present a much neater appearance. Mr. It. Linn spent Sunday in San born visiting with friends. Fred Lunge spent Sunday visiting friends and returned to his home in Oriska last evening. Harold Curtiss and Harry Wright, of Oriska, were visitors in the city yes ter...

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. — 17 April 1913

Labor Sentence Com mutes Prison Sentence CITY COMMANDEERS MAN FROM COUNTY JAIL TO HELP HAND LING WORK IN CITY PARK. Dick Fadden, who has served one half of a thirty day jail sentence in flicted upon him by Judge I. J. Moe for drunkenness, owes his liberty to day to the shortage of help for hand ling city work. The city administration found that with the pleasant warm weather of tie past few days, it became neces sary to begin work on the city park for the summer, but help of all kinds is at a premium, and none was to be obtained thru the ordinary sources. After trying all other sources, Pad den was brought from the county jail at an early hour Monday morning, and his sentence comrautted on condi tion of his working in the city park, and turning over all proceeds to his wife. He accepted the proposition with alacrity, and is now doing Trojan labors on behalf of the welfare of the municipality. Rudolf Will Start Up-to-Date Cafe The building formerly used by the Bijou Theatre is being ...

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. — 17 April 1913

-T VOLUME 1. $ I. .' fef Jfi/1.! Sixteen Seniors Took Positions Last Week FORTY-FIVE IN ALL HAVE TAKEN POSITIONS FOR NEXT YEAR. Sixteen members of the senior class have been elected to teaching posi tions for next fall since mention was made of elections last week, accord ing to the records of the Normal school location bureau. Thus far a to tal of forty-five members of the class liave secured positions and many of the board of directors Mrs. Frank more are awaiting the action of school white of this city, former president of boards where they have made applica- the Federation Mrs. Bush, of Oakes, tion through the bureau. The members of the class to receive contracts this week are: Elsie Stens hoel, of Valley City, lower grades at Rogers Edna Ritter, of Page, seventh and eighth grades at St. Thomas Otto Borchert, of Cooperstown, principal ship of the Hesper, N. D., consolidat ed school Eva Kelley of Niagara, fifth grade at Grafton Flora Walsh, of Milton, second and third grades at C...

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. — 17 April 1913

SECTION TWO VOL. XXXV NO. 3. FRIENDS OF HOOVER WIN SCHOOL ELECTION—HEAVY VOTE POLLED Elliott, Hagen and Sorkness, New Members, Says Superintendent Will Stay—Many Women Cast Votes. Fargo, April 16.—By the action taken by the voters of Fargo in yes terday's election it was manifest that it is thje will of the people that Supt. W. E. Hoover shall be retained as su perintendent of the Fargo public schools. That was the issue in the election and the candidates whose support was pledged to the present incumbent of the superintendent's office were elect- I by a comfortable majority. The successful candidates were Messrs. Hagen, Sorkness and Elliott, polling a vote of 1,268,1,231 and 1,168, respectively, as against 793, 908 and 917, polled by Messrs. Hanson, Bolley Local Attorney Parted From His "Blossom" TENDER PARTING MARKS SALE OF YOUNG LIVE STOCK TO LO­ CAL MERCHANT. Lee Combs has sold his calf. After seven months of tenderest personal care to the wants of his "Blossom," the Valley City...

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. — 17 April 1913

I»AGE TEN Valley City Times Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA L. P. HYDE Editor and Manager Subscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the postoflice in Valley City, Xo. Dak., as second class mail matter. Official Paper of City and County DIRECT SENATORIAL ELECTIONS. Hereafter no state legislature in the United States will ever elect a United States senator. By vote of the legis lature of Connecticut approving the constitutional amendment providing for the direct popular election of sen iors the amendment was made ef fective, there being favorable action The reason for the adopting of the Iste method of electing senators have Keen confused with the doctrines of state sovereignty and the equal rights of states. Each of the original col onies was jealous of its rights as a sovereign commonwealth, and the smaller the colony the greater was the insistence on the recognition of the equality of the states. It devel oped quite early in the proceedings of the convention that it would ...

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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