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The weekly times-record. (Valley City, N.D.) 1912-1922, October 17, 1912, Image 15

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Sanitarium Mgr. Gets
Local Representative
Dr. Henry H. Jud, superintendent of
Uorwin Hot Springs, Mont., is spend
ing the day in tue city lu the interests
of the health resort which he repre
sents. While here he appointed the
(Dakota Drug company his (local rep
resentatives.
•M scenic advantages count for any
thing, Corwin Hot Springe is one of
the most delightful places to spend
a few days or weeks in the country.
The resort is open all the year around
and gives among other things a thor
ough course of treatment tor rheuma
tism and other diseases. It ie pa
tronised by a large number of 'North
Dakotans, and Mr. Jud expects to
transact this year, the largest fall's
business in the history of the san
itarium.
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FOR BREAKFAST—THAT'S ENOUGH
Think of a delicious, healthful meal at a cost of less than one
cent. 'Better still, you are feeding your body with nature's
food and. producing ail abundance of healthful energy. Where
other cereals tend to constipate—Cream of -Rye Is a natural
laxative. There is nothing in Cream of Rye that is insoluble,
hence it is a natural body, bone and brain food, therefor, the
food tor both growing children and grown ups. It eaves your
health and pocketbook.
A'Silver Spoon In Every Package
Ryfe is the Cheapest and Best Food—United States government
tests prove it_
Amount of Energy 10 Cents Will Buy
ARTICLES— CALORIES OF ENERGY—
Eggs .......... ........... 388
Beef, Sirloin .1.. ........ 410
Mutton, Leg ... ... 445
Milk .......
Pork, Loin
Cheese .....
Batter ...
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ENERGY IS VITALITY. VITALITY IS LIFE
Bo not fail to try Cream of Rye bread, the most healthful and de
licious bread known. See recipe on packages. Ask year grocer
-for a package toda$r.' If he can't supply you, write
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Threshing Engineer
Meets Violent Death
'La Moure, Oct. 11.—George Mc
"Henry, an engineer with the Ellison
threshing crew of La Moure, was
killed here Monday* MoHenry was
in t'he cab of a traction engine which
was running along a prairie road
when it caught fire. He climbed on
top of the cab and in some manner
became entangled in the gearing of
the engine and was instantly crushed
to death.
:McHenry leaves a widow and one
child. His home was in Illinois and
the body will be sent to the home for
burial.
Editor iBolstad of the Oriska Senti
nel has purchased the Fingal Herald
and will in future publish both pa
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List of Winners
OFFICERS OF NATIONAL GUARD
WHO SUCCESSFULLY PASSED
EXAMINATIONS.
The following officers of the First
infantry National Guard of North Da
kota 'have successfully passed the re
quired examinations in all subjects
studied by them during the school
season which ended April 80, 1912.
Capt. Harold Sorenson, E. S. Peter
son, James H. Hanley, Dana "Wright,
Thomas J. Thomson, G. A. Fraser and
E. C. Geary, Jr., as well as First lieu
tenants Frank D. Wheelon, James D.
Gray, L. R. Baird, D. S. Lewis and T.
S. Henry.
MANY ORDERS FOR TABLE.
Dr. Reed reports that orders con
tinue coming dn for his patent treat
ment table, one being shipped this
week to a large health institute in
New Jersey.
MAKES INVESTIGATION?
Sam Clark editor and investigator
for a we'll known publication at Bis
marck, this state, was in the city for
several hours yesterday and the day.
before conferring with a number of
local business men. Mr. Clark refus
ed to state the object of his visit, but
it was currently rumored on the city
streets yesterday and today, that cer
tain local conditions concerning which
there has been much gossip lately,
are to be exposed in the next issue of
his magazine.
REMARKABLE iBARLEY.
P. A. Pickett reports a yield of 70
bushels of Wisconsin pedigreed bar
ley No. 1 to the acre on eleven acres
on the Savage and Pickett farm. The
grain was grown under the direction
of Supt. Edward Mayland and Expert
Frank White of the Better Farming
association. It was a remarkable
yield and simjpiy goes to show the
possibilities with the 'right sort of
handling.
For Coal, Wood or 9«a fhoae tt.
The Peoples Futl Co. lMStf
COOK WITH GAS. (tf)
PEOER BAARSTAD
PAINTER, PAPER HANGER
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THE WEEKLY TIMES-RECORD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1*12.
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On orders of $i5.oo or over we will pay the freight
Direct from Grower at S2.40
We have just started picking and packing our late apples, our stock consists of Baldwins,
Northern Spies, Greenings, Russets, etc. We are sending out nothing but the best
grades, Our price ifc $2.40 per barrel holding Three Bushels.
We are also offering our fancy Concord grapes packed in neat baskets at 85c a bushel,
our fancy Dwarf pears at 90c a bushel." We refund your money if hot satisfied.
Cash must be sent with order
We furnish A-i bank references Send in your order early
NORTHWESTERN GROWERS ASS'N
Benton Harbor* Michigan
Valley CHy. NI.
MUSIC TAUGHT IN THE HOME
The Methods of the International
Conservatory of Music, bringing Con
servatory training into the home, are
well worth your investigation. Our
courses 'have been written by some of
the foremost musicians of the day,
and are not to be confused with meth
od's of instruction used by schools of
fering free or greatly reduced tuition.
We offer the pupil instruction, which
will add to his dignity and ability as
a teacher of modern ideals, or to his
pleasure in being able to play in a
finished, artistic manner, and we give
such instruction in so plain and
simple a manner, that the student
with no previous knowledge of music,
may easily master and apply our
teaching.
Our trial courses can be had at very
reasonable cost, and we successfully
teach Piano, Organ, Violin, Mandolin,
Guitar, and practically all Band in
struments. Write us what instrument
you are desirous of learning to play
let us explain to you at what little
expense you may "try out" our meth
ods- Address all communications to
International Conservatory of 'Music,
Dept. I, Grand and iLindell,
(10-10-4tw) Saint Louis, Mo.
Gust Wahlbaum, of Washington,
was a visitor here last week in the
interest of farm lands, and while here
received a telegram announcing the
death of his oldest son, Semon. It
was only about a year ago that' his
second oldest son died.
CITATION, HEARING PETITION TO
ESTABLISH RIGHT OF HEIR.
SHIP TO REAL PROPERTY.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,
County of Bataes.
In County Court, before Hon. O. H.
deS. Irgens, Judge.
In the matter of the estate of Mary
A. Laird, deceased.
Sarah H. Chadwick, Willard Irvin
Sarah H. Chadwick, Willard Isvin
Laird, and Eugene Nevius Laird,
and all other persons unknown
claiming any estate or interest in
or lien or encumbrance upon the
property described in the petition
or against the estate of said de
ceased, respondents.
The State of North Dakota to the
above named Respondents, and all
other persons unknown claiming
any estate, or interest in, or lira
or encumbrance upon the property
described la the petition or against
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the estate of said deceased:
You, and each of you, are hereby
notified that Sarah. H. Chadwick has
filed in the County Court of the said
County of Barnes, State of North Da
kota, duly verified petition praying
tor a decree ascertaining and estab
lishing the right of succession to the
real estate within the County of
Barnes, and State of North Dakota,
of which Mary A. Laird, late of the
city of Owatonna, in the County of
Steele, and State of Minnesota, died
seized which real estate is described
as follows, to-wit:
The equal undivided one-third (1-3)
of the southwest quarter of sec
tion number ten (10) in township
number one hundred and forty (140)
north, of range number fifty-six (56)
west of the fifth principal meridian,
lying and being in said Barnes coun
ty, State of North Dakota.
And that Tuesday, the 12th day of
November, A. D. 1912, at ten o'clock
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in the forenoon of that day, at t&e
Court Room*of this Court, at the
Court House in the city of Valley
City, County of Barnes, and State of
North Dakota, has been set by order
of this said Court, as the time and
place of bearing said petition at
which time and place any person in
terested may appear and object to
the granting of said petition.
And you, and each of you, are here
by cited and required then and them
to be and appear before this said
Court and show cause, if any these
be, why said petition should not bo
granted.
Dated the 4th day of October, A
D. 1912.
JNO. N. HEMMI,
Judge of the County Court of Stuts
man county, North Dakota Acting
Judge of the County Court of Barne*
county, North Dakota, by written re
quest.
(Court Seal) (10-10-3tw)
Well kept teeth mean much to your ap
pearance and more to your health. It is worth while,
therefore, to buy only the best in brushes, tooth
powders, washes and pastes. You will find the most
reliable kinds at this store. Call in and look overl:-!
our stock—today.
HERB ARE A FEW SPECIALS:
Nyal's Nydenta Sanitol
Euthymol
CITY DRUG STORE
"The Stow at Battor Valoaa"
C. /V. McGILLIVRAY, Proprietor
Phone 180 m* sbM^JhSroSr,n*.
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