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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 November 1913

PAGE EIGHT IF I 6: lit-' te- SHOES Walkover and Wardrobe Special arm art Garden THE MONEY CROP. How to Raise Potatoes For Big Profits. The aim in raising potatoes should be to plant so as to get the biggest yield and at the same time with the least expense. One of the farmers in Som erset county. Me., who have been able to do this most successfully is F. E. Davis. He has received as big a yield as 800 bushels per acre in some in stances and on the whole 300 to 500 bushels per acre. He tells his story bow he did it, which many farmers would do well to follow. He writes in the American Cultivator as follows: The soil must be in the best pos sible condition as regard tilth and fer tility. The dirt should be made fine and mellow and the soil of good depth before planting the seed. If the piece 4s of clover sod then the time for plow ing does not count so much, yet in this case an application of a small coat of manure is good and enables us to re duce the expense of commercial ferti lise...

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. — 20 November 1913

VOL. XXXV, NO. 34. ger, tbe Washington government maintained tonight its confidence that REBELS CAPTURE CITY OF JUAREZ ATTACK SURPRISED THE FEDERALS Americans Killed in Battle—Washington Insists Huerta Must Go—City Changed Hands Six Times in Three Years. El Paso, Nov. 17. Executions of the federal prisoners captured by Vil la's rebel troops at Juarez, have be gun. The order for the execution of many prisoners was issued directly by Villa, and at different periods during the day the firing squad took out men and shot them. Colonel Enrique Portillo, comman der of the federal volunteer, troops was executed after Villa sentenced him to death. All officers of the federal army will be put to death, Captain Cornu of Vil la's staff announced. The soldiers will be pardoned, he said. El Paso, Nor. 17. For the sixth time in the last three years Ciudad Juarez changed governments when 2,000 rebels, led by General Pancho Villa, attacked and captured the town between 2:30 and 5 o'clock today. Take...

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. — 20 November 1913

PAGE 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 postofflce in Valley City, No. matter. Dak., as second class mail Official Paper of City and County SUGGESTED REFORMS. People who arrive and depart from the Northern Pacific depot on the ev ening trains more particularly, cannot help bnt be unfavorably impressed when they are forced through the mob that is usually congregated there. In addition to those who go there to see friends who are arriving or departing there is almost always a few loafers which usually results in such a crowd that it is practically impossible to get to the street without literally strug gling and several times lately mothers have been separated from children and other unfortunate accidents caus ed. The remedy might be for the police to force the hotel carts into the streets and station the hacks further from the depot and compel the driv ers to remain by their rigs. ...

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. — 20 November 1913

hav* joined the Hoosier Club within days. only now can enroll and have their cabi nets delivered immediately. With the remarkable rapidity of this week's sales, these few Hoosier Club Mem berships we have left will be snapped up long- before we expected. The others have gone to enterprising women who appreciat this great chance to solve ihe servant problem in their kitchens and make their work comfort able and easy by expending only a dollar. These women each received the cabinet within a few hours of the time they joined the elub. We delivered it at once and set it up all ready to use. Their delight can be appr« ciated only by a Hoosier owner, Each paid merely $1.00, (the Hoosier Club membership fee that is part of the price of the cabinet), and weekly duesof onlv $1.00 for merely a few week« complete the small total bill. The women who may enjoy these same ad vantages are so few that we urge you to make up your mind now to be here early tomorrow morning end enroll as one of the lu...

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. — 20 November 1913

PAGE TWELVE. REX BEACH ADVENTURE S O I E S Bfe Colognizing of Kansas By RCX BEACH I a TT seeins tliere ain't but one way to beat a faro game," said Kink, "aud that's with an ax. I've tried them all, and I never had no success but tlie oncet." "Did you ever break the bank," 1 Inquired. "I did-with a stick of dynamite." We were putting the final touches to the last cleanup, blowing and weighing the gold, Kink drying the wet dust and removing the black sand by blowing it in a scoop, while I at tended to the sjales. Mrs. Martin had gone to town for the mail, so we had full chance to adventure whither we chose, and our fancies led us idly into the past. "The play come up like this," he con tinued. "I crow-hops into Tularos one flay, spurning all things sordid aud trivial, for I have $400 of the realm, eight months of a thirst and a spirit ual cordiality for emotion and stimu lus. 1 am that drawed and haggard with onwee that the bartender re marks it. 'What's doing in the way of epi sodes...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 November 1913

•"fWf,# trw I lay! [:s ,(? II Mt' 'I &|P 11 I 1 I F. S. Anderson was a visitoi- in Duey Monday. John Steffes was a business caller ta W^lum Monday. B. W. Everaon returned home Mon day after a business trip to Fargo. Walter Colville came in Tuesday for a short visit with relatives and Mends. John Sad was a business visitor in Hannaford last Saturday between trains. Mrs. Fred Krueger was a visitor in Oooperetown last Friday between trains. Miss FarnsTorth of the Valley City Normal was among the visitors here Monday. Mr. and Mr.s Hugh L. Myers of Leal were visiting with friends in Dazey Monday. H. Lausch returned home Wednes day from a short trip to the western part of the state. J. B. Shearer was a caller in Coop eretown last Saturday between trains on business matters. A. A. Gad of Valley City was seen in Dazey last Friday visiting with old time friends. Mrs. Geo. Colville returned home last Friday from a short visit with relatives and friends in Valley City. Edwin Mayland and A....

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 November 1913

PAGE FOURTEEN Over 600 In Bloom FIFTH AVENUE "The Spirit We Are Of" Sermon From M. E. Pulpit TEXT LUKE 9-55. "YE KNOW NOT WHAT SPIRIT YE ARE OF"— WHO IS RESPONSIBLE? (Rev. C. E. Vermilya.) As I thought of this whole question of intemperance during the past week these words came to me with a new meaning. These disciples would have commit ted a deed that was wrong, had they had their way. This however was not all there was in it. Behind this suggestion was a spirit, of which they •were not conscious, and to which they •were allied. Jesus did not refer to the individual impulse to do this thing. He was speaking of a spirit that is the same in the case of all mor al failures. Jesus virtually said, "There is a kind of spirit in men or in the world, out of which sin and failure are born, and your asking for this thing indicates that ye belong to that •spirit whether you know it or not To wipe out this village and its citi zens with one fell stroke might be done quickly and forgotten soon ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 November 1913

mr at cut prices. The Sheyenne Ladies Aid Will Meet On Thanksgiving Day VUSY SHEYENNE VALLEY HAULS THE GRAIN AND PREPARES FOR WINTER. ©Ie Hagen transacted business at Daily last Friday afternoon. Oscar Aas and Jens Henrikson were visitors at the home of John F. Hen rikson last Thursday. 6. O. Aas was transacting business in Fingal one day last week. There were services in the Shey e*»e Valley church last Sunday aft eTaoon at 3 o'clock. John F. Henrikson was visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gregerson a*d family last Thursday, evening. There will be services in the Shey­ t- Big Reductions On Fall Millinery Here is an opportunity to buy elegant and stylish Trimmed Hats at a small fraction of their real value. We have decided to sell any Hat in the store at Reduced Prices, including prettiest and smartest Hats sold this Fall. Thev come in black, and all the best colors, and every Hat is up to the minute in style, to match perfectly with Gowns, Coats and Suits. For the Home Milliner We h...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 November 1913

.w ,4 I i. A. •. J. tf.' 1:. ?, &" ». p. Hi l. 1 I tr' •.' It .'| P' I I W: l^~ PAGE 8IXTEEN. IIV iSf.' WA .'N ,:j. 7 ////-', i'-S /i!f. K: 'MS II ift ',1 SSI '/Mm 1m I wt \M'' ©J 1&I •nriftglnwh Eloll?*« Copyright IMS, Alfred Decker 4 Coha -."Y mI 't t**f n»' American National Bank Building PHONE 334 THE WEEKLY TIME3REC0RD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 191S. STYLE QUALITY WORKMANSHIP 1^0 HATTER HOW LITTLE YOU pay for a Suit or Overcoat it can not represent value without style, quality and workmanship/ The ex= tent of the value depends as much on the degree of these essentials as on the price. SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES combine this trinity of clothes essentials in a dis tinguishing and marked. degree. The inherent beauty of their authoritative style has won the admiration [of discriminating dressers through out the country. The steady, reliable, exclusive fabrics are fashoned in a masterful manner that has made SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES famous. Suits, $20 to $40 Overcoats, $20 to $40 Made...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 November 1913

I 1 .p." SECTION TRREE $4 VOL. XXXV, NO. 34. vVAw •'1 ''$1L fm 'H :§l West Prairie Is Boastful Big Yield Of Wheat and Corn TELEPHONE MAY BE BUILT TO VALLEY CITY—SUNDAY GATH ERINGS PROVE PLEASANT SOCIAL EVENTS. West Prairie, Nov. 15, 1913. We are all up against it again as tar as plowing goes, but Jack Frost Iftight be kind enough again to leave Ml lor awhile, so we can prepare for the spring rush. This month and last have been very severe as far as weather goes, but we might as well be thankful for what we get and we all aie. Quite a few neighbors in this local ity raised 20 bushels and better per aoe of wheat this year which is more than a good many communities can boast of. Boost one, Boost all. Those visiting at Meadowcreek favm last Sunday were the Skorpen yeoag people, Gurina Landsverk, Mr. api Mrs. Henry Pederson and family, Mb. and Mrs. Christ Hamstad, Mr. and Has. Carl Johnson and family, Chris tima Nordgaard, Julia and Obert Nord gaard, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Skonnord of Oriska,...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 November 1913

$ :jfc Sbsv PAGE EIGHTEEN fi THAT STATE SLUE 800K AGAIN SECRETARY OF STATE EXPLAINS Resents Criticism of Department—Leaves Mat ter to Taxpayers of State. The communication published below •was received at this office and is pub lished as a courtesy to the Secretary of State but in justice to the Times Record it is only fair to say that the story published in this pa /er was written after a carerul examination of the book and the evidence was obtain ed first handed. The books examined were literally falling to pieces and were a poor makeshift at an attempt to bind. No amount of denials that do not deny, can change the stubborn facts, but here is what Secretary Tom Hall says: Bismarck, N, D.( Nov. 12. Hon. Thomas Hall, Secretary of State has authorized the issuance of the following statement, with refer ence to the 1913 edition of the Blue Book. "My attention has been called to certain statements appearing in some of the newspapers of the state with re lation to the 1913 edition of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 November 1913

Pioneer Club Meeting Was a Great Success (Continued from Page 1, Sec. 3.) It was a pleasure to listen to his re marks, at the conclusion of which he was by unanimous vote elected an hon orary member of the Barnes County Pioneer Club. A committee of five is te be named to raise sufficient funds and to look into the erection of these monuments. As a result of the election of officers which took place at this time, the old officers were elected for another year. After this a number of excellent talks were listened to. with marked atten tion. Hans Oppegaard, that good old Dem ocrat from Dazey, told of many inci dents in his early career as a citizen o£ Barnes county. He told of the incon veniences of having a large family aad being poor at the same time. It was clear to those who heard him tl.at his start as a citizen of these United States was on a very small scale. W. F. DuVall told how he Jutnped out of bed in an early winter in Fargo and landed with his naked feet into a snow bank t...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 November 1913

PAGE TWENTY NORTHWEST NEEDS MORE WINDBREAKS VALUE OF TREES TO FARMERS EXPLAINED Wind Sweeping Across Prairie Scatter Foul Seeds and Absorb Moisture, Doing Great Damage. Northwest Farmstead. Tbe wind break is the simplest form of protec tion against the annoyances and, to a great extent, the destructive effects prevailing winds. As to their me chanical mischief, any obstruction that may be raised that will interfere with the steady, onwara sweep of the law air currents will tend to lessen their violence or their destructive ten dencies. A single row of trees extend ing at right angles with the prevail ing winds exert a noticeable influence upon air currents, even though they are not of the kind that form a com pact mass of foliage. Who has not felt the migrating in fluence of a row of Lambordy poplars against a strong north wind when traveling through northern Iowa or Illinois in the dead of winter? While the trees themselves, being barren of leaves, could only interpose their trunks...

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. — 27 November 1913

!'S 5? ii .^i-r •W^ mil MOTION ONB VOL.<p></p>BARNES XXXV, NO. SS. CORN SHOW DAY IN VALLEY CITY CROWD ENJOY SUCCESSFUL SHOW Over 100 Samples of Corn and More Than 300 Different Exhibitors In All Departments —Girls' Ciuntauqna Day School Shows Results. FARMER CLUB EXHIBITS ATTRACT FAVORABLE COMMENT The biggest Corn Swow ever held in this section of the state te in lull swing today with a large and interest ed crowd in attendance. Over 100 samples of corn are shown and over 300 people are competing for prem iums. The work of judging the corn is in the hands of Prof. J. C. Hoke of Fargo who ia highly pleased with the quality cf the corn shown as well as witJ the number of separate contestants. In Fpeaking of the awards he stated that there wera so many good samples that It was very difficult to arrive at a de cision and that those who were leas fortunate need not feel at all discour aged but on the other hand have cause to be proud of the showing made. The greatest difli&am...

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. — 27 November 1913

Valley City Times Record VMJUBY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA l_. P. HYDE Editor and Manager Subscription, $1.50 a year, In advance Catered at the postofflce in Valley No. Dak., aa second class mall •attar.. Official Paper City and County 12 A BIG MAN. It does beat all the attacks being stade on our present governor. Pecu liar to that most of the caustic critic Ism is coming from cheap papers, that ia years past the governor has assist ed with his political influence to pa tronage that has made it possible for them to keep going. Some of these cheap "Grandstanders" might with pro it to themselves stop and take inven tory of the situation, they might be surprised to know that at this time we have in the chair of the chief execu tive of the state a man who could read ily command a salary five times larg er than he is drawing, and who is ad mittedly the best posted and broadest minded business man in the state. This may not mean much to some men wha have drawn a salary from the government until t...

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. — 27 November 1913

I-W! 1* «j ^f! ••it & 'iir f§ '8 i? /•'Mjm. ll •llis .Wad 4 SNOW INTERFEARS WITH FAIR ATTENDANCE DISPLAYS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS VERY MOD Last Day of Big Show Closes—General Satis faction Expressed—Girls Beat Their Moth ers in Butter and Bread Making. /From Saturday'* Daily.) A beavy fall of snow this forenoon Interfered with the fair attendance but at noon the sun came out and a very good number viaited the City Hall and slewed the splendid display. Miss Nielson expressed herself aa well satisfied with the results and takes a pardonable pride In the girls having suoceeded in baking bettor bread as well as making better butter Cor their department than did the wo* men for the women's department, un doubtedly the result of the work done in the Chautauqua Dairy school and the Domestic Science work in the pub lic schools. Judging this yesx has been unusual ly trying In all departments because of the uniformly high quality of the sam ples offered. Tlie show was a grand success because o...

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. — 27 November 1913

pmc rown FEDERALS DRIVEN BACK AGAIN FIGHTING GOING UN NEAR JUAREZ U.S. Troops Mobilized Along Border to Protect Interests of This Country—May Be Called On To Interfere. El Paso, Texas, Nov. 25.—A general federal attack in front and on the right and left flanks, delivered prac tically simultaneously this afternoon by Generals Salazar, Rojas, Caraveo and Landa, drove in the skirmish line Of General Villa defending Juarez and developed separate engagements below gauche on the west, at Terra Blanca^ on the front, and along the border op posite Belen and Ystera, Texas to the east. The frontal attack began at 4:30 o'clock, 25 miles south of Juarez, ac cording to an American chauffeur. Ar tillery on both sides was engaged. American employes of the Mexican Northwest railway reported a desper ate battle below Bauche, the federals !eing first repulsed in an effort to break through the rebel lines. On the American side all troops at Fort Bliss are ready for immediate action, and Troop of the T...

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. — 27 November 1913

mMCER 0. REED, CHIHOfRAC T«V PHONE 185—tit MAIN ST, I FROM SATURDAY'! DAILY Herb Weston vu a paaoener to Bia m*rek Friday where be went to look after business matters. He will re turn tonight Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Boughton re tained ket night after visiting for a week at the home of their son, T. L. Bonghton, of Fargo. Dr. J. Mable Holland, after spending tine months with relatives and friends here left last evening for New York whce she will begin the prac tice of her piofession. Hardware,. Merchant E. C. Pollard of Utchvill& drove over yesterday and •pent mpejt of the day in town visiting with friends and attending the various auxiliary meetings of the corn show. Miss Martha Qulst of Rogers is spending the day in town and la the guest of friends. J. B. Christenson, a former Litch ville merchant spent the day here yes terday transacting business and at tending the big show. The four months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Waldron which passed away on Tuesday was burled yesterday. The...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 November 1913

#A«K SIX to .• I .. f- & ,• V. h. t' I' i•••• ?i (From Thursday's Daily.) Over 100 people, faculty members of the Normal school and their guests, last night heard Dr. Andrew Gillies, of Minneapolis following the banquet giv es in his honor at tho Rudolf Hotel Cafe. Dr. Gillies was introduced by President McFarland, who enumerated some of the "good things" that have oome to the Normal school and to Valley City, and remarked that the ad drese of the evening was to be. count «d among them. Dr. Gillis in opening his address staled that he oame to his hearers, not j» an educator, nor as a public man further than his duties brought among the public of his community, that he came to give his address as a plain man before plain folks that he came not to relate facts, but acts—to give inspiration. In following out this program laid down by himself, tho speaker told of the marvelous advancement made by this country in the acquisition of ter ritory, commercially and scientifically. "We hav...

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. — 27 November 1913

W A N JXR SALE—Some excellent cockerel* for sale at re^poi^l)!? »cioaa.' **11 dock tram trap-nested, hearr laying hens. Am abort of room. If. C. Junes. 11-14- 3t* FOR SALE—Full blood Barred Rojk egg for batching. Inquire of D. Cot Tllle, Phone S2SL City. 4-18-wtf FOR SALE—White Wyandotte Eggs, 9160 per setting. Inquire for prices on large Quantities. Marion White, Pbone 905L. 4-17-tfw TO EXCHANGE—Almost new 540 Automobile for residence. B. D. Land Co. 4lfv TO EXCHANGE—Limited acreage, California fruit lands, suburbs Sac ramento, 75,000 people will ex change for Improved farm land or income property. Wentwortb ft Griffith, 100 Metropolitan Life, Min neapolis. ll-13-4tw IFOR SALE—Two Poland China boars, one registered. H. H. Tooley, R. R. No. 5, City. ll-20-6tw* FOR SERVICE—Holstein Bull, regis tered. Service fees $3.00. Apply to Detmers Brothers, Valley City, N. P. Phone Rural, 9031. ll-20-2tw* fOR BXOHANU*—A&ytnzog yon Me not asing bay be «f groat valos to some OLO A ela*. Trade...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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