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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 26 September 1912

T.l K' I I S IX W!': life. Impetus given the development of the Northwest by the bumper crops is becoming noticeable in all parts o? North Dakota. Commercial clubs are organizing or reorganizing with an awakening spirit and more than one commercial organization, with the hearty co-operation of business men, is laying plans to place its commun ity to the front in the rapid develop ment that is transforming the North west. The latent wealth of the prairies has "been uncovered and the humming threshers are pouring out the little nuggets of gold. The attention of financiers, men with money to invest, as centered upon the Northwest as at no time since the era of immigration to the Dakotas nearly a generation ago. Then they were financing farm ing, now they look to financing manu facturing industries, the sequence of agricultural thrift and "production. Valley City Has Advantage Valley City has an advantageous sit uation for becoming a manufacturing city. It has east and west, north and 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. — 26 September 1912

^Wjfr I 4 i\ Si is extremely indefinite as there is a shortage of hard coal in the Pennsyl vania fields, due to the strike last spring, and it is said the bunkers at Buffalo are empty. Local dealers are of the opinion that soft coal will have to be substituted this winter for hard coal by those who did. not lay in a supply early. Not a dealer in the city will accept an order for hard coal at this time and guaran tee delivery at once. In fact, most of the hard coal they have is en route in cars and since the wholesalers have shut down on orders, tbey hava no assurance of getting more except in very small lots, this winter. Must Use Soft Coal. The' shortage of hard coal will neces sarily make an increased demand for soft coal, which is plentiful but may not be delivered promptly when win ter sets in, because of similar condi­ George M. Gray, of Kenmare, EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE NAMES ABLE SUCCESSOR TO FRANK SPRAGUE, RESIGNED. Jamestown, N. 'D., Sept. 19.—Geo. M. Gray of Kenmare was selecte...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 26 September 1912

i-nyf Cutty Commissioners Official Proceedings Vailley City, N. D., Sept. 3rd, 1912. The following warrants were Issued "by the Auditor as provided for by law and as per resolution of the County Commissioners:— Chas. W. Nelson, salary Coun ty Auditor $200.00 M. H. Nelson, salary County Auditor, deputy 85.00 HenTy E. Nelson, salary Coun ty Auditor, clerk 70.00 May Baillie, salary County Auditor, clerk 60.00 Jessie E. Thorkelson, salary County Auditor, clerk 39.00 H. P. Halverson, salary County Treasurer 200.00 Thos. A. Collins, salary County Treasurer, deputy 85.00 O- M. Roe, salary Register of Deeds 166.66 Helen M. Russel, salary Regis ter of Deeds, deputy 85.00 O. H. de S. Irgens, salary Coun ty Judge 166.66 L. Mabelle Irgens, salary Coun ty Judge, clerk 65.00 C. H. Olsby, salary Clerk of Court 166.66 Harry X. Olsby, salary Clerk of Court, deputy 60.00 A_ P. Paulson, salary States At torney 166.66 D. S'. Ritchie, salary State At torney, assistant 60.00 Amelia Davis, salary States A...

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. — 3 October 1912

Nfe I ife' hi rw,. *r^ '.#• ". VOL. XXXIV. NO. 27. Live Wire Effort I II Peanuts Are Raised In North Dakota NORTH STATE (FARMER EXHIBITS SIX BUSHELS FROM CROP OF 1912 Fargo, N. D., Sept., 30—Tobacco and peanuts were successfully grown in North Dakota this season. While the total value to the stat of these crops will not be large, the success with which these distinctly southern crops were grown is evidence that the Dakota climate is1 not so rigorous' as is generally believed. Six bushels of peanuts were grown by Nathan Wheatland on his Ransom county farm. A bushel freshly dug were exhibited in Lisbon this week, The quality was fully as good as southern grown peanuts. George Leimbacher, another Ransom county farmer, succesfully cultivated an acre of tobacco which produced over forty pounds of fine quality leaves. The taste and smoking qual ity of the tobacco is declared excel lent by experts. The leaves grew to large size and matured before the frost. "Better farming" Letter to Farme...

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. — 3 October 1912

is PAGE TWO 5_ W-- I-' iL. t» i' & 'IS-'' 5'S' alley City Times Record VALLEY CITY. NORTH DAKOTA. LTP. HYIDE Editor and Manager. •Babacriptlon, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the oostoffice in Valley City, No. Dak., as second class mail matter. Official Paper of City and County. 12 WORK AND WOMEN 'In the national Progressive plat fiarm are many planks that have ao «iai and industrial justice as their afene. Here is a discussion of the a/mptf* stand on Working Conditions ^of 'Women from the Chicago Tribune: IFlor working women the Progres «ves propose to limit the hours of mark to eight per diem and to insti ~£ate a minimum 'wage- Both of these proposals are radical. The Democratic platform hasn't a word about either minimum wage or x«ie#it toour day. fWlten women are overworked the vest generation is born tired. Work ins women must be regarded not merely as so many economic units, but also as the mothers of the future. It is to protect maternal functions thai the eight hour...

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. — 3 October 1912

•N *e si,i «t j, Professional Cards Ql—m. Fitted When Numiry. Over Siegfried Pharmacy. VALLEY CITY, N. D. J. VAN HOUTEN, 1L D. FXYUdAir AMD .VMm Offices in Gray Block Phone: Office MM A Residence 90S Valley City North Dakota THEODORE S. LENDLAND ATTOaHKY JJTO COUWKLLOB VALLEY CITY. N. D. 0 0 0 0 0 0 E.B. CROSBY. M. ©TO'" i^y "4 )i ill' *r* lU 1 3 1 B•easeof •?•',• DR. F. L. WICKS EYE, EAR, NOSE ANO THROAT AX LAW Office in Fanners' and Merchants' National Bank Building VALLEY CITY, N. D. GEORGE M. YOUNG Attorney-at-Law VALLEY CITY N. DAK. E. A. P«AV M. D. PHYSICIAN «m SUBGBON Graduate University of Pexmsyvsuni* Office in Postoffice blodc Retidence Fifth Avomt North. Telephone SC. DR8. PLATOU A MACDONALD Phyalelana and 8uroeona VALLEY CITY. N. DAK. Office 310 Fifth Avenue South 1 Phono No. 47. Next to Hotel Rudolf. HOSPITAL Phone. No. 103. ZUCUSR ft MASON LAWYB Practice in All Courts Office Over Chaffee's Store HERMAN WINTERER ATTOKWKY AMD OOUNSBLbOB AT tAW Office in First National Ba...

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. — 3 October 1912

PAGE FOUR Octogenarian Arrives fe On 3,000 Mile Tramp JUSEiD MAN GOES THROUGH CITY JlN'ROUTE FROM WASHINGTON TO WEST VIRGINIA. 'Thomas Davis, almost an octogena rian, passed through Valley City last night on his long walk from Roslyn, "WashL, to Fairmount, W. Va. He is 78 years old and well preserved, but lias not been making very good time since he left his far western home. H.e left Roslyn the latter part of Jirae and has been making his way slowly over the mountains and ilains, walking most of the time, as he is too old to catch freight trains. The only boosts he got were short rides offered ijjr farmers. Going at this rate he will sea3i West Virginia some time next .•summer. As soon as he arrived in the city yes iterday evening he applied for permis sion to sleep in the police station and was accommodated. He said he work •ed in the coal mines in Roslyn, bat it was too hard and he decided tD go his old home in the east. He left Roslyn without a cent in his pocket, and had no mon...

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. — 3 October 1912

THE CITY For Coal, Wood or Feed pi)one 28, llie Peoples Fuel Co. 1.2-13tf From Wednesday's Daily) .' v, HANNAFORD CALLER. Mies Mamie Edland, of Hannaford, •was a visitor here yesterday. ON BU8INESS. Jack Nulty, of Buchanan, was trans acting business here on Tuesday. ENDERLIN SHOPPER. Mrs. E. W. White of Enderlin, was visiting and. shopping in the city yes terday. LOOKING AFTER BUSINESS. Harry Sigfried was in the city Tuesday looking after his business interests here. IN BUFFALO. Elmer S wens en of St. Paul, wiho has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Anderson this week, is spend ing the day in Buffalo- MOVED IN TOWN. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cowell and fam ily moved in yesterday from their farm home at 'Eckeleon to their resi dence on Normal avenue. TO TOWER CITY. James Grady, cashier of the Ameri can National bank autoed to Tower City this morning, accompanied by Robert Anderson, of the Right Price Mercantile store. APPOINT DANCE COMMITTEE. At last night's meeting of the local lodge of E...

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. — 3 October 1912

*A«E SIX (From Thursday's Daily) How the Northern 'Pacific is going lo stove its station to the High Line «nd not incur a It is pointed out thai this arrange ment will sidestep the probability of litigation, and regular connections x?ouJd 'be made with each train at the junctions of the main line, and the I City Obtains first Big Power Customer The first big power customer of 'the I city to enter into a contract for power iwfcen the new lighting plant ie instal lled, is the Valley City Interurban I Bail-way company. Superintendent Surbank, of the municipal lighting it, and E. D. Briggs, of the Valley ity Interurban Railway, have just Iclosed the negotiations. When the I street cars are being run by municipal •glower the plant of the company will I fee shut down. ILLS THAT ^-'-1 -8 NORTHERN PACIFIC MAY ADOPT SHUTTLE SYSTEM FOR SERVICE Amor of Plan to Ron Stub Trains to Junction Of Main Line Should Fight Become Bitter Over Change to High Line. repetition of the llti- gastlen of two ye...

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. — 3 October 1912

Out they come! Light as a feather—delicious, appetizing biscuits, cakes, muffins and hun dreds of other inviting dishes—everything just right. WithK Baking Powder the results are sure and certain. There is no guess-work. You Know beforehand the family will be pleased with your efforts. For when you use KC cent cans. Send it today. By E. J. Thompson, assistant pro fessor of animal industry- of North Dakota Agricultural College. ill the northern part of the state, in some localities, the enthusiastic farmers and stockmen tried this year to increase the corn yield tfy plant ing more than usual. But unfortunate ly weather conditions may not permit of its making a good yield1 and some few farmers will have to plan on finishing their hogs without the use of corn. This of course is not a new sys tem of feeding swine. It has been done for years. In North Dakota we have many small grains that can be used most sucessfully for feding swine- We have found at this station that barley makes a ver...

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. — 3 October 1912

VAQE EIGHT (P* i: I Is WIMBLEDON September 30: Hale Berlin is at tending high school at Valley City since the 9th. Mrs. R. Clendenning entertained on the fourteenth inst. for the teachers of the Wimbledon schools. A de licious four course dinner was served, covers being laid for twenty two. It was a most delightful social event- Mrs. Joseph Flagler and daughters, the Misses Julia and Estelle, and Miss Ethel Flagler spent several days visit ing friends in Wimbledon. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Denstedt are in Minneapolis this week. Mrs. Nicholis Flagler arrived in Wimbledon on the 19th inst. She spent a few weeks at her home in Minneapolis getting Master Paul and Miss Sofia started to school and will now be here for some time assisting Mr. Flagler in looking after the:r abundant harvest. Mr. and Mrs. Stroud of Preston, Minnesota, are visiting their son and family, H. M. Stroud of the First National Bank. After several months vacation the Ladies' Guild of the Presbyterian church met with Mrs. ...

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. — 10 October 1912

I VOL. XXXIV. NO. 28. 1 -,- 01 I vi |r Radium to Be Seen In Valley City DEMONSTRATION OF THIS AND OTHER SCIENTIFIC MARVELS MAY COME HERE, Valley City may in a few weeks witness the marvels'of radium, the revelations of "which hive so amazed the -world. Radium, it will be re membered is the newly found sub stance that gives constant heat and light, and continuously throws off tiny particles of itself yet without any apparent dimunition of weight or strength. Its rays will penetrate a foot of steel or go through two feet of hard wood. Its cost is at the rate of over $5,000,000 per pound, and is hardly obtainable even at that fabu lous price, so extremely scarce is the present supply. Scientists estimate It Is practically inexhaustible and that it will continue its peculiar man ifestations for thousands if not mil lions of years without wearing out Prof. Win. B, Patty an expert exhibi tor, may be engaged for an early ap pearance here, bringing a supply of radium and demonstrating its w...

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. — 10 October 1912

& PAGE TWfc y.. Ifc ^V"" :'y Vfej-j W£. iEk?-'^ .'. ••'. 1 ga"'-"" Valley City Times Record GALLEY CITY. NORTH DAKOTA. L. P. HY1DE Editor and Manager. Subscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the oostofiice in Valley City, No. Dak., as second class mail nutter. Official Paper of City and County. CONSERVING HOME TRADE. Conservation is a watchword of to day. Businesses are being made more profitable, often times not so much by extending to new and untried fields, as by developing the existing field and saving leaks. Similarly in the life of the trade community. Securing a new industry to locate here would be profitable to our community, but if our people can foe persuaded to buy the products of 'home industries, rather than patroniz ing the industries of some other town, the same result is accomplished and with much less risk of loss. •The money is placed in circulation here and it helps to build up your own town, rather than helping to build up some other town. The man w...

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. — 10 October 1912

m'i 1 I 1 7 I" ,'*. Prafmiaaal Cards •.• ./ DR. F. L. WlCkS EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT —_ Glasses. Fitted When Niemiiy. Over Magfrlid Pharmacy. VALLEY CITY, N. D. J. VAN HOUTEN, M. D. PHYaiCXAM AMD U1GKM Offices in Gray Block Vhone: Office 200 A Residence MM Valley City North Dakota THEODORE S. LCNDLAND ATTORNEY AND COUNSKtXOB AT LAW Office in Fanners' and Merchants' National Bank Building VALLEY CITY, Nc D. GEORGE M. YOUNG Aitorney-at-Law VALLEY CITY N. DAK. E.A.PMAY. 1LD. PHYSICIAN suacaoif Graduate University of Pennsyrania Office in Poatoffice block Residence Filth Avenue North. Telephone 30. DRS. PLATOU A MACDONALD Physicians and Surgeons VALLEY CITY. N. DAK. Office 810 Fifth Avanua South Phone No. 47. Next to Hotel Rudolf. HOSPITAL Phono. No. Itt. ZUOHR MASON LAWYBt Practice in All Courts Office Over Chaffee's Store Mas. DICKOVER. a HERMAN WINTERER ATMUIKY AMD OKIRSUM AT LAW Ofice in First National Bank Block. VALLEY CITY. N. D. a a a a a a a E. B. CROSBY, 1L O. Physician ani S...

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 October 1912

ji5 p.v p- IV- PAGE POUR IK- fe-i The first number of the Valle. City lecture course, by the Bergen-Marx company, four notable artists, proved to be a very pleasing attraction, Mr. Bergen, the baritone of this company possesses one of the finest voices before the public. He is a na tive born American, who has had a decided meteoric career. He has studied with some of the greatest American vocal teachers and has done special work under George 'Henschel of London. The rendition of "The Song of the Birch," an Indian Song Cycle, in twelve numbers, composed by himself, gave excellent illustration of the sing er's power as a composer, and won the appreciation of the entire audi ence. Leon Marx, the violinist, who un til recently has been with the Thomas Orchestra, is an artist of the first rank, and a great deal of the success of the concert was due to his playing. The rendition of "Saraband1} and Gavotte in D" was worthy of special mention. Hans Dressel, the violincellist, pos sesses fin...

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 October 1912

«i IF YOU WANT The Most Painstaking Bye-Exami nation, by the Latest and Best Methods the Most Accurately- Fit ted Glasses in the Newdst, Most Up to-date Frames or Mountings—in short, If You Value Tour- Eyes, Comfort and Looks CALL ON A. R. BUTLER EYESIGHT SPECIALIST qIIIm Ovtr SargMt JUIMnary Stan Phpne 377 Licensed by examination to test and fit eyes with glasses by State Examining (Boards of Minnesota' and North Dakota. Tjhe City For Coal, Wood or Feed phone 23, The Peoples Fuel Co. 12-lStf (From Wednesday's Daily) Dr. A. W- Macdonald left this morn ing for Duluth, Minn., to attend the Soo surgical meeting. He expects to be absent three or four days. Mrs. ®. J. Swanson left this morn ing for Epping, N. D., to look after threshing operations there. She ex pects to visit with friends in Esmond and Williston before her return. Mrs. Jennie Wright will leave on Saturday with her mother, Mrs. Coe for Portland, Oregon, where she will visit several weeks. Mrs. Wright ex pects to leave lat...

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 October 1912

ffff PAGE SIX (From Thursday's Daily) T. A. Thorkelson, prominent busi ness man, old resident of Barnes county, and a pioneer of the state, died this morning at an early hour from heart trouble. His body was found by his little daughter about 8:30 o'clock. The news of Mr. Thorkelson's death came as a sudden shock to the hun dreds of acquaintances and intimate .friends who had visited with h.tn only a few hours before his death. Apparently he had been in perfect health, except for the trouble with! his heart which had bothered him for some months. At one time he ex pected to get relief through an opera tion, but had put it off until it was too late. Owing to the fact that several of the children are out of town, ar rangements for the funeral have not been fully completed, hut it is ex pected that it will be private and held from the house, Torkel A. Thorkelson was born Stork Retains nis Long Lead FEW CASES OF CONTAGIOUS DIS EASES IN NORTH DAKOTA DURING JULY. The vital statistics repo...

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 October 1912

/I W-ift W 4 I *t »•'.•• K\ W 1 .4^ •T 5: ..- ..• mm. ipr Lv^V:.-. /..•'' .. -', PS- $!&£vV oa, &<g & Real Honest Indian found In' ".' \r Jsb. Spokane, Wash., Oct. 5—"Old John'* 'Bamutt, an 80-year old Indian of Wapato, Wash., made a 50-mlle trip ob horseback to Ellensburg to pay a $5 debthe had contracted seven years ago. When he rode -up to the store of. T. W. Farell, and deposited a |5 gold piece on the counter, (Farell asked him what he wanted to buy. The mer chant had forgotten the loan he had made to the old Indian seven years ago. "Ndka chau-ca pe pay tnika, mika chickamum. Oo kook nika de late tillicum," said the Indian. What he meant was "I came to pay you your money, $5. That's al 1 owe you, my old friend." Farrell looked up his "books and found the entry of the loan. On questioning "Old John" 'Hamult, he learned that the Indian had not come to (Ellensburg lor seven years because he had not 'been able to pay his debt of $5. ^li Secretary Foley Is Seriously I...

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 October 1912

PAAE EIGHT THE CITY &From Tuesday's Doily) Bob Wilson and R. Parmer were here yesterday from Fargo looking «fter the interior decorations of the North Dakota Improvement apart menta on Fifth avenue- I Mrs. A. B. Hervey had the misfor tune to fall half way down the stairs leading to her apartments on Fifth avenue over the jewelry store and was severely injured, breaking two ribs and otherwise bruising herself quite badly. The Rt. Rev. Bishop Wehrle, D. D., of 'Bismarck, passed through the city yesterday and was the guest of Rev. Father Sailer. Work on the construction of the White Way has begun, under the di rection of City Engineer Myhre, and it is expected that from now on it will be pushed to completion as rap idly as possible. Mr. and Mrs. J. Roti who have been here the past week with Mrs. Roti's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Trosdale, left the fore part of the week for Cottonwood, Minn., where they will make a short visit with relatives be fore going west where they will per m...

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 October 1912

W I ite&fcifif®' PART ONE I? VOL. XXXIV. •NO. 29. '/1w Boston, Oct. 16.—The present world's series was played before more than a quarter million of people. The 'total receipts were $490,833. Each Red Sox player received |4,024 while the Giants eaoh got $2,556. 'iSmoky" Joe 'Wood came back to day with a vengeance and as a result at his effective pitching the rallying ability of the Boston batters, the Red Sox, champions of the American league, are also baseball champions of the world. Today's game was won in the tenth inning, 3 to 2, after one of the most heart-breaking finishes in the history ef organized baseball. Twice New York stole a lead of one run over the Red Sox, only to lose out in the last half of the extra inning when the Red Sox scored two runs, won the game and the world's title. Murray Scores in Tenth. •Wood experenced hie first trouble in the first half of the tenth. Murray doubled. 'Merkle shot a single to cen ter and the great Speaker, star field er for the Red ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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