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DR. F. L« WICKS
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
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OlaMM. Fitted When Niemiiy.
Over Siegfried Phartnaoy.
VALLEY CITY,
J. VAN HOUTEN, ML D»
maicuii 4m .oionii
OQces In Gray Block
^hooe: Office MM A Ret idcncc SM
Valley Gty North Dakota
THEODORE S. LENDLAND
1
ATTOBNEY AMD OOUXIBUi AT LAW
Office in Farmer*' and
Merchants' National Bank Building
VALLEY CITY. N. D.
GEORGE M. YOUNG
—L.
Attorney-at-Law
VALLEY CITY N. OAK.
E. A. PRAY. 11D.
FHYJIOAW mMB tVMGMOJI
Graduate University of Pennsyvania
Office'hi Pottoffice block
Retldence Fifth Avenoe North.
Telephone 39.
DR8. PLATOU A MACDONALD
Phyalelana and 8urg«ohs
VALLEY CITY, N. DAK.
Office 310 Fifth Avenue South
Phono No. 47.
Next to Hotel Rudolf.
HOSPITAL Phone. No. 108.
ZUGBUt A MASON
LAWYBt
Practice in "All Courts
Office Over
Chaffee's Store
HERMAN WINTERER
ATTOtlfKY AND COUHOLLM AT WW
Office in First National Bank Block.
VALLEY CITY. N. D.
E. B. CROSBY. 1L O.
Physician and Sorgeoa
1
Phone ConnectioM
ORISKA, N. D.
S. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. D.
Phyeielan and Surgeon.
Offioe Flrot National Bank Bids-
Valley City, N. D.
Office Phono 470 Res. Phone MCL
WANTS
FOR SAIiE OR KENT—My farm of
880 acres in Grand iPrairie call on
or address S. L. Veiley, Ashtabula,
(North Dakota. (9-11-tf-w)
WANTED TO RENT—About one sec
tlon of good land must have good
buildings 'between Valley City, Rog
ers and Sanborn -write Box 367,
Valley City, N D. (9-12-3tw»)
ESTRAYED—One black and white
•pig on my farm west of Valley City.
•Mela Jorgensori. -3w.*
WANTED—Teacher, for nine-month
term, commencing at once apply to
School District No. €7 S. L. Veiley.
Ashtabula, N. D. lw
Phone society news to society ed
itor, phone No. 4.
us Barnes county
Farmers' Mutual insurance
"AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES
Just How Religion Is
Divided in Bismarck
CATHOLICS LEAD ALL OTHERS
U'^.WITH TOTAL OF 1902
COMMUNICANTS.
Bismarck, N. D., Sept. 19.—The Re
ligious Census, conducted under the
direction of the' state superintendent
of the Home and Visitation depart
ment for the North Dakota Sunday
Association, Mrs. May IH. Tousley, has
been completed, and shows that there
are 38 different religious sects in the
city. They are: Catholic, 1,202
Methodist, 772 Presbyterian, 674
Baptist, 204 Swedish liutheran, 187
Episcopal, 176 Norwegian 'Lutheran,
157 German Lutheran, 73 German
Evangelical, 70 German Baptist, 46
Salvation Army, 39 Congregational,
33 Christian,' 23 Jews, 19 Christian
Science, 14 Reformed Church, 8
Seventh Day Adventist, 7 Christaled
phian, 6 English ^Lutheran, 6 Church
of God, 5 Danish Lutheran, 5 Dutch
Reform, 4 Latter Day Saints, 4 Quak
er, 4 Universalist, 4 Dunkard, 3
Lutheran, 3 "United Brethren, 3 Ger-j
man Reform,
2
Synod Lutheran, ,2
Athiest, 1 Pre© Thinker, 1 Holland
Reforjn, 1 Finish Lutheran, 1 Mis
sion Church, 1 Orthodox, 1 Swedish
Baptist, 1 Unitarian, 1 Refused in
formation, 1 no preference, 200 not
'at home, 60 boarders and roomers
unable to find, preference, 64.
For good feed cheap call at the
Peoples Fuel Co. 5-9-wtf
The Commercial Club of Carrington
seems to have gone a long way in
solving the problem of eliminating
street beggers and grafters The In
dependent has this to say of the plan,
which appear to be logical and is
said to be working well:
"The Commercial club in Carrington
maintains a committee on charities.
It was planned to have this committee
wait upon citiaens and receive in a
lump sum whatever any individual
wishes to contribute to charity for the
year. Then all beggars were to be
referred to this committee, and if
their case was found worthy, receive
a lump sum from the fund. The com
mittee has not accumulated the fund,
however, but asks that citizens refer
beggars to them that their claims
may be investigated. 'If found wor
thy, a letter will be issued and in
dividuals can then contribute as much
as they desire.
Experience has demonstrated that
only a few of the people soliciting
aid are worthy of it. Most of them
are grafters, pure and simple, and
make a good living from their work
because the average business man1
will not take time to investigate the
case."
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the matter of the estate of Knudt
C, Olson, also called K. C. Olson, de
ceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned, Oliver' A. Olson, adminis
trator of the estate of Knudt C. Olson,
late of the township of Spring Creek,
in the county of Barnes, and state of
North Dakota, deceased, to the credi
tors of, and all persons having claims
against, said deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers,
within six months after the first pub
lication of this notice, to said admin
istrator at his house on the northeast
quarter of section 26-137-59, (post
office address, Hastings), Barnes
county, 'North Dakota, or at the law
offices of Lee Combs and iL. S. B.
Ritchie, Valley City, N. D.
Dated August &8th, A. D. 1912.
OLIVER A. OLSON,
Administrator.
LEE COMBS and L. S. B. RITCHIE,
For Information As to Terms and Rates, Apply to
Attorneys for administrator,
Valley City, N D.
First publication on the 29th day of
August, A. D. 1912.
(8-29-4W)
01 Vaileu City, North Dakota.
INSURES CHURCHES, SCHOOL HOUSES. FARM
BUILDINGS. GRAIN. AND ALL KINDS OF
FARM PROPg|tTY AGAINST
Fire.Lightning^nd Cyclones
^ilY
GO.
NORTH DAKOTA
Shopping?
Well then here's
a shopping sug
gestion for you.
Stop in and see
our new line of
Toilet Article*.
And while here,
be sure and see
Fashion's latest
fancies in color
ings in our splen
did assortment of
Diamond
Dyes
f^wv"
They sell for 10 cents a package.
RUDOLF PHARMACY
Eberhart Wins in
Primary Election
MINNESOTA GOVERNOR SEEMS
ASSURED OF NOMINATION
NELSON HARD PRESSED.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 19.—Approxi
mately all returns ar© in from the pri
mary election, and the following tick
et is practically nominated:
MINNESOTA STATE TICKETS.
Republican.
United States Senator—Knute Nel
son appears winner.
Congressman at Large—James Man
ahan.
Governor—A. O. Eberhart.
Lieutenant Governor—J. A. A. Burn
quist.
Secretary of State—J. A. Schmahl.
State Treasurer—W. J. Smith.
Attorney General—L .A. Smith.
Railroad and Warehouse Commis
sioners—Four-year-term, I. B. Mills
six-year term, C. E. Elmquist.
Democratic.
United States Senator—Daniel W.
Lawler.
Congressman at Large—C.
J.
Buell.
Governor—P. M. Ringdal.
Lieutenant Governor—Winn Powers.
Secretary of State—Harvey W. Grim
mer.
State Treasurer—Henry W. Wessel.
Attorney General—W. F. Donohue.
Railroad and Warehouse Commis
sioners—Four-year term, J. G. Reiter
six-year term, J. N. Gayner.
CONGRESSIONAL TICKETS.
Republican.
First District—Sydney Anderson,
Lanesboro.
Second—F. F. Ellsworth, Mankato.
Third—C. R. Davis, St. Peter.
Fourth—F. C. Stevens, St. Paul.
Fifth—Judge G. R. Smith, Minne
apolis.
Sixth—C. A. Lindbergh, Little Falls.
Seventh—A. J. Volstead, Granite
Falls.
Eighth—C. B. Miller, Duluth.
Ninth—Halvor Steenerson, Crooks
ton.
Democratic.
First District—In doubt.
Second—W. S. Hammond, St. James.
Third—Frank L. Glotzbach, Fari
bault.
Fourth—J. J. Regan, St. Pftul.
Fifth—Einar Hoidale, Minneapolis.
Sixth—A. J. Gllkinson, Osakis.
Seventh—No nomination.
Eighth—John Jenswold, Jr., Duluth.
Ninth—No nomination.
Few, if any, medicines, have met
with the uniform success that has at
tended the use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The
remarkable cures of colic and diar
rhoea which it has effected in almost
every neighborhood have given it a
wide reputation. For sale by all
dealers.
Treasurer's Report
For Grand Prairie School District No. 67,
County of Barnes. State of North Dakota, for
the year 1911-1912.
RECEIPTS
Cash on hand at the beginning of the
school year, Julv 1, 1911 $ 314 57
Total amount received during- the
year from the apportionment of the
state tuition fund 102 75
Total amount received during-the year
from the apportionment of the
county tuition fund 102 51
Amount received during the year from
taxes levied by the district school
board, including outstanding war
rants redeemed or endorsed in the
collection of taxes 1,035 84
Total receipts for the year, including
cash on hand July 1, t911 1,545 67
EXPENDITURES
Amount paid during the Tear for
schoolhonses. sites, and furniture..
Amount paid during the year for
teachers' wages
Amount paid during the year for ser
vices and expenses of school officers
Amount paid during the year for text
books
16 74
665 00
46 00
18 06
187 29
48 00
Amount paid daring the year for
Incidental expenses
Amount paid daring tha year for trans
portation of paptls
Total expenditures for the year.... .' 991 09
Caah on hand June 30, 1912. 55* 08
Grand total expenditures ana cash on
hand, to balance above total receipts 1,545 67
3
antes Bnrchill, r..
Treasurer of Grand Prairie School Dist,
No. 91'
Approved this 9th day of July A. 1912.
By order of theDistrict School Board
Attest: M.T.Miller,
Clerk.
S. L. Veiley,
President
•si-
Dr. Cook Included In
The Lecture Course
ARCTIC EXPLORER AMONG THOSE
ON THE ATTRACTIVE LIST
OF ENTERTAINERS
Among the lecturers who will ap
pear in Valley City during the win
ter under the auspices of the Lecture
Association is Dr. Cook, arctic ex
plorer, who gained world wide notor
iety in the controversy with Capt.
Peary, as to which really discovered
the North Pole. Whatever may be
the opinion concerning the incident
Dr. Cook is an adventurer in the arc
tic regions,*a keen observer and an
interesting talker. While Dr. Cook is
not a headliner in the lecture course
bis personality is such that he will be
assured a large and attentive audi
ence in Vailey City.
Following is the program for the
lecture course:
The Bergen and Marx Trio, Oct, 5.
Benjamin Chapin's Lincoln, Oct. 21
Dr. Cook, arctic explorerd, Nov.
Lorado Taft, sculptor, Jan. 10.
The Neopolitan Orchestra, Feb.
Xat Brogham's Pictures, Mar. 17.
Dr. S. Parkes Cadman, Mar.
The Stroller's Quartette, April 21.
REPORTED ILL.
Mrs. Thomas Lavery is reported ser
iously ill at her home on Fourth
street.
Notice and Citation, Hearing of Final
Account and Distribution
Estate
STATE OF NORTH DiAKOTA, COUN
ty of Barnes. In County Court be
fore Hon. O. H. deS. Irgens, Judge.
In the matter of the Estate of Frank
Brohman, Deceased.
W. J. Brohman, Administrator, Pe
titioner,
vs.
Henry Brohman, George J. Brohman,
John A. Brohman, Louise Ockstadt,
Elizabeth Hudson, Pauline Nepper,
Katherine Brohman, Joseph (Broh
man and Lena iHouse, Respondents.
The State of 'North Dakota to the
above named Respondents:
You, the said respondents above
named are hereby notified that the fin
al account of W. J. Brohman, the ad
ministrator of the estate of Frank
Brohman late of the township of He
man in the county of Barnes and state
of North Dakota, deceased, has been
rendered to this Court, therein show
ing that the estate of said deceased Is
ready for. final settlement and distri
bution, and petitioning that his ac
count be allowed, the residue of said
estate be distributed to the persons
thereunder entitled, his administra
tion closed and he be discharged that
Friday, the 30th day of August A. D.
1912, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
that day, at the Court rooms of this
Court, in the Court House, in the city
of Valley City, County of Barnes and
State of North Dakota, has been duly
appointed by this Court for the settle
ment thereof, at which time and place
any person interested in said estate
may appear and file his exceptions, in
writing, to said account and petition
and contest the same.
And you, the above named respon
dents, and each of you, are hereby cit
ed and required then and there to be
and appear before this Court, and
show cause, if any you have, why said
account shall not he allowed, the resi
due of said estate distributed, the ad
ministration of said estate closed and
said W.
J.
Brohman, administrator
aforesaid discharged.
Dated the 29th day of July A. D.
1912.
By the Court:
O. H. deS. IRGENS,
Judge of the County Court.
LEE COMBS and L. S. B. RITCHIE,
Attorneys for Administrator,
8-l-4tw Valley City, N. D.
Phone society news to society ed
itor, phone No. 4.
FROM DULUTH
I. Wold of Duluth was a business
visitor here today and was registered
at the Kindred.
Just how much the Times-Record
is in demand of evenings and how it
is missed when not delivered prompt
ly, was illustrated yesterday evening
The press broke while the evening
edition was being run off and it was
necessary to send a part to the ma
chine shop for repairs. The press was
started at 7 o'clock and the edition
run off, but before the delivery boys
got around there had been a constant
jingling of the telephone bell and in
quiries by the score came in over the
wire to ascertain the reason for no
delivery.
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The advisability of building a trunk
sewer system that will give service
to the entire city at this time and be
sufficient for many years to come, was
considered at a special meeting of the
City Council last night. The meeting
was called by Mayor iPlatou in order
that the proposition may be duly con
sidered, and, if favored by the council,
placed before the voters at the elec
tion in November, thus saving the ex
pense of a special election.
The proposed trunk sewer for the
district north of the river will dun
along Main street west to Tenth ave
nue, thence south to the Sheyenne
river, emptying below the rapids. The
sewer will be of sufficient depth so
that all portions of the city, below
the grade of present latterals and
compelled to use ces& pools, may have
connection-
Siphon Under River.
Sewage on the south side of the
river is to be taken care of by another
trunk and siphoned under the river
near the rapids and empted into the
main trunk at Tenth avenue where it
runs along the river bank. The siphon
is necessary to avoid a deep cut on
the east side of the river and acquir
ing property rights.
In connection with the plan it is
proposed to place a dam at the rapids
which will raise the Sheyenne river
one and one-half feet. The emptying
of all sewage into the river below the
mill dam will 'be stopped- and the
river made attractive for boating
around the city park. The raising of
weeds and growth in the river and a
flood gate is to -be installed in the
dam so that the river may be flushed
should it become necessary. The
scheme is intended to make a pure
stream of water from the mill dam to
the rapids.
Estimate Cost.
The trunk sewer will be 42 or 48
inches in diameter, sufficiently large
in the opinion of the authorities, to
take care of the city for many years.
The estimated cost as prepared by
City Engineer Myhre was given on
three specifications:
First, vitrified pipe,
Square Deal Oil Slickers, yellow or black
double throughout, warranted waterproof, full
length and full chest measure. d»o g/\
Price
If you want the best Oil Clothing, Rubber Clothing, Rubber Boots
Overshoes and Rubbers ask for Goodyear Rubber Co.'s goods. If
your dealer has none send to
Goodyear Rubber Co.sS.mu?^^
(Only store in Minnesota connected with the Goodyear Rubber Co., New Yorfc)
PROPOSAL TO CONSTRUCT TRUNK
SEWER TOJSERVE ENTIRE CITY
City Council Holds Special session to Consider
Project and Place Proposition Before Voters
At Next Election.
42
bidden, by order
S.
inches,
$44,143.
iSecond, vitrified block, 48 inches,'
r-: It
ISM
11
$39,412.
Third, reinforced concrete, 48 in
ches, $38,665.
The proposal is to vote a bond issue
at the next election to cover the cost
of construction. 'After going over the.
plans the council named a committee,
composed of Mayor Platou, City At
torney Bnglert, City Engineer Myhre,
Aldermen O'Malley, Lee and Clark, to
further consider the plans and specifi
cations and report to the council at
its next regular meeting so that noti
fication may be published in time to
place the question before the people
at the November election.
THAT BOY OF YOURS
Will soon be grown to manhood, and
should be preparing himself to be a
"bread winner." The Times-Record
has an opportunity for a bright hoy,
about' 16 years of age, to learn the
printing trade. Apply to Foreman of
the composing room. (tf) ..
NOTICE.
We have seme excellent hog feed
which we must close out regardles*
of cost. The Peoples Fuel Co.
Try a Times-Record want ad 1
NOTICE TO HUNTERS,
Notice is hereby given, that hunting-,
in Getchell township is strictly
Cabinet Maker* sad FlnUbm
MANUFACTURERS OF
Office and Store Fixtures
ATTENTION
$20,000 Worth of Granite and Mar
ble Monuments and Headstones that
must be sold regardless of cost
here is your opportunity to buy one
for that dear departed, at your price.
Call and inspect the stock, or have a
Catalogue sent at your request.
jfgf Cattle and Horses Accepted As Payment
VALLEY CITY
GRANITE and MARBLE WORKS
VALLEY CITY, N. D.
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E. Harper, Chairman.
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Expert Instrument Repair era
PIANOS* ORGANS, ETC.
Valley City Cabinet Co.
Finishing and Upholstering
Valley City North Dakota
Winter Rye and Wheat.
SEED FOR SALE
N. J. OL5EN|CO., Moorhead, Minn
We buy Grass Seed—All Kinds.
Sand Us Samples.
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