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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 October 1912

Rich Girl in Jail, I Tor Horse Stealing INDIAN GIRL, OWNER OF MUCH LAND HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR RAIDS. Wagoner, Ofcla., Oct. 21.—Charged frith horse stealing, one of the hand somest Creek women in Oklahoma is in jail at this place. Her name is Delia Wiley. She owns three valu able allotments of land, a block of ground in the town of Wagoner, a farm near this place and 160 acres near Sapulpa. "What's the use of living unless you are alive?" This is the reply of Delia Wiley, when asked to explain her conduct. She says that she was married to a full-blood Indian named Wiley, seteral years ago, but later discarded him and since that time has been playing the game alone. Much of her time has been spent in the romantic 'Cherokee hills with daring "companions. That the woman under arrest is in directly, at least, responsible for con siderable horse stealing in Wagoner and Hogers counties developed Tues day, after a short conference with her attorney, J. H. Graves. Sheriff Long, and Deputy "Fl...

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. — 24 October 1912

1 :P iHl AN ORDINANCE. A* Ordinance granting to the North Wakota Independent Telephone com HV, corporation, & successors and assigns, the right, privilege and authority tici construct, estab* •Ueh, maintain and operate' telephone exchange within VALLEY CITY STOMA SI 1 A the eovporate limits of Valley City, in the county at (Barnes, and *Ute of North Ifakota, and' grant ing to said company the right to use .like streets, alleys and public place* 41 eaid city for said purposes upon the conditions herein stated. The City Council of the City of Val ley CKjr do ordain as follows: fleetton 1. The North Dakota Inde pendent Telephone company, a cor poration, (ts successors and assigns, hereinafter called the grantee are hereto? authorised to erect and main tain telephone poles and fixtures in tbe streets, alleys and public places in Wiley City, and to string telephone ^gtMis #ad cables thereon, and to es-: tdMlah, operate and maintain a tele lArae system in said city upon the folknriag ...

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. — 24 October 1912

I j®'." ,rj .•+41':''"}• PAGE EIGHT I nay^nffBWPBi Popular Naturalist To Speak at Normal CRNiEST THOMPSON 8EATON TO TELlL OF WILD ANIMALS HE HAS KNOWN Ernest Thompson Seaton, the ani mal explorer and naturalist who is being demanded among the most pop ular chautaugua and iyceum lecturers In the United States, will give his lec ture "Wild Animals I have Known" at the Normal school auditorium on next Tuesday evening. It has been said of this lecturer that: "No Figure in American life Is more prominent that of (Seaton." if he could have his many sides and sympathies condensed into a title, that of "nature apostle would most clearly express the motives of his activities. Boy nature, bird nature, animal nature, trees and plants all appeal to him, and around each he weaves the charm of his personal ity, and in the recounting of his im pressions and theories he 'gives the listener a new-point and a greater touch 'with the subject.'' CLASSED W(TH THOREAU "He is as keen an analyst of the phe...

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. — 24 October 1912

SECTION TWO VOL. XXXIV. *3 -1.5 I W NO. SO. LONG NIGHT'S SLEEP Baniil for the Present, Howem. I 1 t&r-' .jjgjgj" :m Oyster Bay, N. Y., Oct. 24.-—A long •.^iflfclit'a sleep largely offset the wearl BdSrie effects of Colonel Roosevelt's from Chicago to Oyster. Bay and her was greatly refreshed when he awoke. He at once declared -that he was hungry and his. breakfast was prepared an hour before the usual time. He expected to sit up for sev eral hours. Word was given out that no visitors would be permitted to see Colonel Roosevelt for the present. His phy sicians told' him he must see no one until- given their permission and that upon his obedience of their orders for absolute rest mfght depend his chances or resuming the work of the campaign l~later. If the" patient" continues, to improve In a day or two he probably will be permitted to see George W. Perkins, Senator Dixon, William H. Hotchkiss, New Tork state Progressive chairman, sad a few other leaders for a short conference, at...

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. — 24 October 1912

PAGE TEN & IS Official Council Proceedings Valley City, -iN. D., Oct. 7th, 1912. Council Chambers, 8* o'clock, p. m. Regular meeting of the council. Called to order by Mayor Platou. All aldermen were found present upon roll call. The minutes of the meetings of Sept. 5th, 19th, and 26th, 1912, were read and approved as read- The report of Police Magistrate (Smith for the month of September, (912, together with a check for 1112.50 in payment of fines collected, was presented, and on motion same was approved and ordered placed on file. The report of Superintendent Bur •bank for the mouth of August, 1912, -was presented, and on motion same •was accepted and ordered placed on Ale. The city treasurer presented a statement showing the condition of 4$e city funds as of Oct. 7th, 1912, and on motion .same -was accepted and ordered placed on file. The report of Fire 'Chief 'Hesch on 'fires responded to by the department since his administration, was present ed, and on motion same was appr...

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. — 24 October 1912

•wroa ""V, w- fll I'' l#i|| ^V-'1 m" 4\ t+A# VV%I Beautify Your Table WITH Superb Silver This Offer Expires December 15,1912 Ask grocer for special box price. Economical housewives buy Gal vanic Soap by the box (100 cakes), be cause it costs less and goes farther. Re move wrappers to let the soap cure. To secure silver, take the front panels only of the 100 soap wrappers (or Washing Powder) to our Branch Premium Department in the store of JOHN HALVERSON Furniture and Housefurnrshings Valley City, N. D. TbisFhnr GOBS Further Makes more loaves to the sack. And every loaf has more nourish ment because OCCIDEN1 is bet tor flour. The choicest wheat, milled by the most extensive and up-to-date process, determines the high quality of 1 OCCIDENT FLOUR Your success with OCCIDENT FLOUR is guaranteed. Bread made from OCCIDENT is most economical well as better tast ing, better looking an more wfcolesome. fw Sad Br AH Bnetn BmilUMIliir MilUii On Valley City. No. Dak. WE WILL MAIL YOU $! for set ...

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. — 24 October 1912

*S'*..'. W14 ^S^1V',, Vtl-' 1 e$s« S -. PAGE TWELVS liw, s1 •Jt'f&i'ys #4' $1 11 if !JWi*v r$Jtikk. W': IP Valley City Times Record YAOJUESY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA L. P. tHYDE Editor and Manager (Subscription, $2.00 a year, in advance Altered at the postoffloe in Valley CBty, No. Dak., as second clasB mall •natter. Official Paper of -City and County 12 REPUBLICAN TICKET. •Congressman, Second District— GBO. M. YOUNG. Governor— iL. B. HANNA. dUieutenant Governor— A. T. KBAA4BDL. Secretary of State— THOMAS (HAUL. State Treasurer— GKJNDBR OLSON. State Auditor— ,C^KL O. JOBOKNSON. Attorney General— JMNDRBW iSMJUBtt. (Superintendent of (Public Instductlon. EL J. TAYIXXR. Commissioner of Insurance— W. C. TAYLOR. Railroad Commissioners— W. H. MANN. W. H. STUTSMAN, O. F. N. ANDERSON. District Judge, Fifth District— J. A. OOFFEE. Justice of the Supreme Court— ANDfRKW A. OBRHJCE. For Representatives— P. EL PLOYHAlR. A. P. (HANSON. For State Senator— C. F. MUDGBTT. Por Treasurer— TBOS. COLLINS....

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. — 24 October 1912

ft j* V'*** -'w-:: ^'!W r#. ••-,? f§»'. •V/-» -s rtiC i,A \r" hf J: \Vh st i'-" v.v '0k 5* W- \W 2 ?-*», **.h 1 A. 5 CwBty Commissioners Official Proceedings ^?W»Dey Ctty, iN. D., Oct. 1st,. 1912. 'vThe following warrants were issued by the auditor as provided for toy law and as per resolution of tbfc county commissionersJ|£ Chas. W. Nelson, aaiary coun ty auditor ..................$20040 M. H. Nelson, salary, county auditor deputy ..... ..85.00 Henry S Nelson, salry coun ty aadtor olerk ... .. .V 70.00 May BailHe, salary county' sttditor clerk ... 80.99 Jessie Thorkelson, salary, oounty auditor clerk v. 65.90 H, F. Halverson, salary, coun* ty treasurer 299.90 Tboo. A. Collins, salary, coun ty treasurer deputy 86.09 $:JW*. .wwfoter* of deeds 166.66 Helen M. Russell salary, reg ister of deeds deputy 85.09 O. H. deB. frgens, salary, coun i-y'"- ty Judge ........ •••••.,.«•«• 166.66 .Mabelle Irgens, salary, ooun ty judce clerk 65.99 C. H. Olgby, salary, clerk of 4 COUIt ...... 166.66 N...

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. — 24 October 1912

I' MMUE FOURTEEN A r' $\ £." '*1 y( •f ,, iV Rft- r'' fa A LEAP IN THE DARK Bf ESTHER VANDEVEER "Miss Eldridge." said Mr. Tourtelotte. "I have called on matter of great Im portance to me whether It is of any importance whatever to you remains to be seen. You remember we met but a month ago on a yachting party that 1 chatted with yon casually on that occasion that you graciously permitted me to call upon you that 1 have seen you since that first meeting, perhaps dozen times. During these meetings it Ins been but natural that 1 should take pains to conceal my faults that 1 should wish to appear to you in as favorable a light as possible. You can have gained only a superficial knowl edge of my character. I may,be strong or weak, generous or mean, well poised «r passionate, but you do not know which of these traits 1 posses. "Nevertheless I have come to ask you to be my wife. Why I have done so. premising my Invitation by calling your attention to your meager knowledge of me. I will exp...

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. — 24 October 1912

WW •*y "wy** A Art «V V*f fl" *&jj$ '"v-.. 1 ir :a, :iS «k»«i Isa .. itMfjk'Zifcy •:!.• '"'Iter! Is on the way—and the way to bd prepared for it is to get one of •,fiM I 'S^yfyix' '. which we carry a full line from the No. 115 at and up. Let oi&xplain tbe three flue construction as shown here. DR. P. WICKS STB. BAB, NOB* aad THROAT ttiMM Pitted Wfwn Hie wry Ovae Siegfried Warmasy VALLEY CITY N. O. «S 9 SURE MIKE! 9 IT'S LIKE FINDING MONEY S S if you use the WANT-AO col- I 9 umna of the Times-Reoord to 9 9 Mil that article for which you 9 9 have no further uae. And to 9 9 rent« room, or house, there's no 9 better way than a WANT-AD. 9 99 99 99 99 PBOER BAARSTAD PAINTER, PAPER HANGER aiM DECORATOR Sign and Carriage Painting a Speo* laity Phone 3SBM Wiley City, NJ. OITY DRAY LINE COUMTilM, Proprietor riM^ltalM tltfBNMhoK Goods •end) W««r Pramil? Hauled u4 All Klaii oftrasi Work Done* Office with Valley City Fnrniture Co. Phone 14-L t: Res. I*h*n* W*L Bxport Inilranent Bepalrer*...

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. — 24 October 1912

tAt'%- SSPi *fc«\v Tv.J "C MiiA4 PAGE SIXTEEN jsR. I Coaoty Commissioners Official Proceedings (Continued from page 13.) 2,373.67 teak, Kathryn Oa deposit First State bank Hastings Time certificates of deposit in above banks 10,800.00 Currency, coin and drafts 1,570.97 2,478.92 $132,793.74 H. P. HAL#VERSON, 1 County Treasurer. The above 'balances stand to the •credit of the following funds: State revenue 797.27 State bond interest 26.56 State bond sinking. £i.' 26-77 State maintenance ...... 265.62 State wolf 13.42 State bovine tuberculosis 13.24 State gladnered horse ....... 26.47 State fines .•••••• 70.00 State interest on school land contracts ...... 322.83 "County revenue 21,989.16 County bond interst 1,299.66 County bond sinking 12,792.55 County school 2 mill tax ... 572.40 County school poll 158.32 County road 1,477.49 County bridge 11,096.12 Cjbunty insane 1,803.80 County fair 156-03 County poor farm 40.14 County penalty and interest. 6,833.46 County register of deeds... 485....

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. — 31 October 1912

& 'f .( fl *•0 VOL. XXXIV. NO. 31. .What will' probably be the biggest republican rally held in the state this year is planned for Saturday- night, when Congressman Frank M. Eddy, of Minnesota, will speak at the Armory under the auspices of the republicans of the state. Special music will be furnished by the brass band of Valley City, and there will be many other special feat ures which will make the meeting a winner from start to finish. The hall will fee decorated with banners and streamers, containing the names of well known political candidates, state and national, and altogether the meet ing is sure to be the biggest political stunt pulled off he-re in many years. The band will play in front of the Rudolf and (Kindred hotels, prior to the meeting, and will then give a con cert in the Armory, before the speak ing begins. Congressman Frank M. Eddy, the principal speaker of the evening is a powerful speaker. 'He is witty, and entertaining, and people whose but tons are not sec...

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. — 31 October 1912

?r PAGE TWO "ft: Barnes County farmer Shows Fine Beets A PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION SHOWS SUGAR BEETS CAN BE GROWN PROFITABLY. (From Monday's Daily) C. J- Lee was displaying this morn ing some of the finest samples of su gar beets shown in the city this year. The beets were grown on his Cuba farm near this city, and rival in size and quality beets grown in the heart of the beet sugar country of Montana or California. In size the beets weigh from two and one quarter pounds to five pounds. Mr. Lee has received a request from Prof. J. W. Ince, of the department of chemistry of the state agricultural college to send him the samples, as the A. C. is making tests for sugar with beets from a number of fields in the state. A test made of beets grown by Prof. James of the State Normal school showed 16 per cent of sugar, but Mr. Lee's beets, it is ex pected, will show even a higher per centage. The following dispatch from Mason City, Iowa, shows the views of ex perts on the possibility of growin...

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. — 31 October 1912

:i:'S'*flf^^ I I I & 4T 3t v- Dry Goods Simon's Gloves Warner's Corsets Casselton Has Bad Fire This Morning FiRST NATIONAL FOR SAIiE OR RENT—My farm ot 880 .acres in Grand 'Prairie call on or address S. L. Veiley, Ashtabula, North Dakota. (9-11-tf-w) The TImes-Recora has a full line of carbon paper. Phone your order. SHIP YOUR GRAIN Farmers' Mercantile Co. General Merchandise Selz and Gotzian Shoes BANK AND OTH ER.. BUILDINGS BURNED EARLY TODAY.1 (From Saturday's Daily) Special to the Times-ttecorfl. Casselton,' N."1 D., Oct. 26.—Fire broke out in the ware room of Tau bert's drug store at an early hour this morning and it had gained consider able headway before it was discover ed. (Before the flames could be gotten under control they had rapidly spread to the First National bank building, and the Northern Trading company. On the second floor of the bank, the offices of a number of lawyers and physicans were burned out and also a couple of bank employes who had rooms there. The l...

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. — 31 October 1912

PAGE POUR We Specialize In the Examination of Eyes and the£Fitting off Glasses WE AjRE QUALIFIED OUR METHODS are THORO, SCIENTIFIC and have STOOD the TEST WE 'INVITE COMPARISON For Better Service at Moderate Prices Consult A. R. BUTLER EYESIGHT SPECIALIST Phone 377 Valley Citiy, N. D. 5th Ave N. ANY Lens Accurately and Quickly 'Duplicated FOR SALb. One seven room house in good loca tion at right price. Phone 23. (10-17-tf) What You Have Been Looking For. Meritol White Liniment is a' prep aration that gives universal satisfac tion in every instance where a pain killer and header is needed. We do not believe you could get a better liniment at any price. Rudolf Phar macy T. L. Larson, Prop., Valley City, N. D., exclusive agents. THE NORTH DAKOTA IM PROVEMENT COMPANY Offers for rent choice tour and five room apartments in their new building, ready for occupancy December 1st. Rents ranging from $35.00 to $40.00 a month. Reservations can be made with A. R. MILLER, (9-14-tf) First National...

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. — 31 October 1912

I iH iy I rHE CITY 'Miss Jessie Personius left for James: town Sunday evening where she was called on a case. The Dakotah club hare Issued invi tations for a dancing party on Thurs day evening in the K. P. hall. Mrs. Etetaque, of Fargo, underwent a very serious operation at Riverside hospital on 'Monday, and is reported as getting along nicely. The Traveling Men's association held another one of (From Tuesday's Daily) their informal dancing parties in the K. IP. hall on Saturday evening. A large .number were present and a number of guests from out of town. Master Fay Tyler entertained at his home on :First street, eight jolly little friends for his cousins, Constance and Allen Orton, at a Hallowe'en party last evening. E. D. Lum, formerly a resident of Monango, "who is now connected with the editorial department of the Times Record will move with his family this week in the Duncan McDonald resi dence on West Fifth street. •Mrs. W# W. 'Beldin has issued invi tations to a group of ten...

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. — 31 October 1912

PAGE SIX SENATOR McCUMBER progress along every line of human welfare, in effective acts and not loud words, Mr. Taft has achieved more than any president since the days of Lincoln. He stands for sane progress along sane lines. Effect on the Farmer. "There was never a time in the his tory of the United States when a giv en amount of expended energy on the farm would bring as great a return as it does today. There never was a time when a bushel of wheat, barley, corn, Tye, when a dozen of eggs, a pound of butter, a spring chicken, a cow, a steer, a sheep, a horse or a liog would purchase as much as it does today. What part has our protec tive policy had in producing this re sult? That system in forty years has changed this country from a condi tion in which two men were produc ing the food for one man to eat, to a condition where one man is producing the food for two men to eat, and that is most important. That system has built up vast cities and mighty popu lations to consume the far...

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. — 31 October 1912

NOTICE or ELECTION. Notice is hereby given Chat on Tuesday, the 5th day of November, 1912, a General Election will be held in each of -the voting precincts here inafter named, in the County of Barnes, arid State of North Dakota, for the election of Congressional, State, District and County officers as follows: Congressional Officers Are One Congressman, Second congres sional district. State Officers Are One governor. One lieutenant governor. One secretary of state. One state auditor. One stdte treasurer. One superintendent of public in struction. One commissioner oi insurance One attorney general. One commissioner of agriculture and labor. Three railroad commiseionesr. One mem'ber of the supreme court. District Officers Are One district judge, Fifth judicial district. One state senator, to represent the Fifteenth legislative district, which district consists of precincts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 49, 50 and 52. One member ...

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. — 31 October 1912

PAGE EIGHT faculty Member Tells Of State Convention MISS FARNSWQRTH MENTIONS INTERESTING FEATURES AT GRAND FORKS. "Without doubt the meeting of the North Dakota Educational association at Grand Forks was more successful this year than ever before," said Miss Nellie Farnsworth of the Domestic .science department te the Normal school, yesterday afternoon. "The large features of the meeting of course, were the addresses of Dr. Woods Hutchinson of New York, J. Adam Puffer of Boston, Dr. Henry Curtis of Olivet, Michigan and Senator McDowell of Marion. "The theme of Mr. Curtis' address "On the Playground Movement and Its Significance" showed that much could toe accomplished with the younger generation through organized play. It is natural for children to play, but unorganized play leads no where, and so there is a large field for the playground director. A dir ector with the right purposes and a good spirit does away with the ob jectionableness of the gang. "'It was also pointed out that ...

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. — 31 October 1912

n| *mv py^ A" •, I »«7v 4 :'t .- if A •1 it I wm} 5 |,ilf *T I^V SECTION TWO it"'"»"" *'»••'",•'••,3-'-'^.^!' VOL. XXXIV. NO. 31. THE CAUSE NOT THE M*N What Col. Roosevelt Said to His Milwaukee Audience. MO CONCERN FOR HIS OWN LIFE la th« Greatest Campaign Speeoh an Rteord, With a Bullat In Hla Body, H# Answered Foravar the Argu* aunt That tha Progressive Party la a One-Man Movement. The speech that Col. Roosevelt de livered at Milwaukee with a bullat In hla body was the most dramatic cam paign utterance on record. Juit before he rose to apeak Henry F. Cochema, head of the ProgreaslTc Party's Speakers' bureau and a Mil waukee man, came forward and said: "In presenting Col. Roosevelt to you good eltlaens, good fathers and good civilians, you should know that the Colonel cornea to you In tlie spirit of a good soldier. "As we were leaving the hotel a few momenta ago a dastardly hand raised a revolver and fired a shot at him, and the Colonel speaks as a sol dier with a bullet in his bre...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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