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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 June 1915

xw Professional Carts WINTERER & RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. Fifth At*. N. Ph«M E. A. PRAY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon loate UttlT. of PcnurlTMte OBoe in Poatoffloe Bluok FMm, I Rm. fhOM Ml S» A. ZIMMERMAN, M. O. Phyatolan and Surgeon American Naff Bank Bl#t TALLBT CITT, N. IX DR. W. L. WICKt Wtm, EAR, NOfiB and THROAT Pitted Whan Neoeeeary In N«ir Wlcka Building talubt city, «. a E O O E O N I Attorney-at-Law TALUK CITT, *. THEODORE •. LI NO LAND AWrway and Counsellor at iw •Bee to Paraara' and MaNhantof Bask tBalldlac munr crrr, h. Charles E Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330 Valley City ^ffcaae: Office IM-A ftea. SM4 4. VAN HOUTE'N, M. D. Phyafolan and •urfeen OSeaa ia Gray Block K. Miss Lou Simons, who recently un derwent an operation at the Riverside hospital is reported to be doing nicely. This paper "will continue to adhere to the rule that unsigned communi cations will not be printed. Robert Anderson returned Friday mo...

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 June 1915

PAGE EIGHT •:ip A few minutes after 12 o'clock it was announced that coffee was ready and for an hour there was a steady stream of picknickers to the stand with pitcher or bucket in hand to get it filled with that delicious Minneopa coffee. The coffee was furnished free by the Valley City Grocery Co. It was made and served by Miss Ida Itatzlaff, a graduate of the domestic science department of the Valley City Normal school. It was some coffee and seemed to hit just the right spot. Manager Ward made a hit with the old settlers with his generosity and high-grade coffee and the coffee lovers The speech of the day was made by George P. Jones. His talk was de lightful he possesses a pleasing per sonality, good voice, a master of lan guage, broad in his thought, and when he finished every hearer was proud to be an American citizen and a resident of the great state of North Dakota. OLD SETTLERS' PICNIC ONE OF THE BEST EVER HELD It was worth waiting for! Tuesday, June 22, was Old Settlers' ...

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 June 1915

|i V*»n A V?" "ttj J- K,u^ tfS Section Two VOL. XXXV—NO. 10. The Votes for Women league of Horth Dakota met here Friday. In addition to the election of the slate of officers given below, the delegates recommended to the executive board, that final action upon the starting of initiative petitions be left until the regular session in October. The out come of the campaign in the east will influence what North Dakota will do, eay local leaders. The session convened at 10 o'clock, with representatives from Bismarck, Jamestown, Wahpeton, Wimbledon, Fargo and Valley City present. Oth ers were detained by delay in receiv ing notice of the meeting. Mrs. Otto Zetterberg of Valley City presided, in the absence, of state leaders. Reports from the secretary, Mrs. R. E. Wei hle and from the assistant treasurer, Mrs. Emma S. Pierce, were given, and committees appointed. The treasur er's report showed $6,098.60 collected in the past one and one-half, years for the suffrage campaign, not involv ing ...

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 June 1915

•age ten THE ELEANOR OLSON CONCERT COMPANY The Elenora Olson Concert Com' pany has been before the public since 1909, filling engagements in the same territory season after season, and the demand for the company is constantly increasing. It presents artists of marked ability in song, piano and im personation and brings to the public the very best, giving such selections as appeal to the listener. Kiss Elenora Olson has neld a warm place in the hearts of the music- loving public since her first appear ance. She possesses a sympathetic contralto voice of large volume and wide range and sings with thoughtful interpretation. Her repertoire is ex tensive, including selections from the classics and modern composition but is especially charming in folk songs and old-time favorites. Miss Ethel C. Olson is an imper sonator of great natural talents cou pled with untiring study and much ex perience. She possesses a most win some personality. Her voice has that rich magnetic quality that takes ...

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 June 1915

K' t. ki .«»1 A' JfeV I 4 mm •i i,-v IJgS KSIS Nr'A fv«!V *1 I T" •MM 4 rl :M it "I:--, 'i- DEATH OF J. W. fiOOD RICH STUTSMAN PIONEER Jamestown, June 20.—J. W. Good rich, one of the earliest, settlers of Stutsman county and one of the best known residents of Jamestown, died at his home in this "city at 7:30 o'clock this morning. About three weeks ago Mr Goodrich was confined to his bed •with illness resulting from Bright's disease and heart trouble. He grew rapidly worse soon afterwards and his family and friends at that time were alarmed at his condition. He seemed to rally, however, and during the last week was reported as improving in health. Thursday night, however, a sudden turn for the worse occurred and the patient became unconscious, death ensuing as above stated. Soon after he was taken sick his two daughters, Mrs. Frank Miller, of Helena, Mont., and Mrs. George Sea bach, of Grants Pass, Ore., arrived and have been at the bedside of their father during his last sickness. H...

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 June 1915

PAGE TWELVE I" The speaker related the circum stances of Geronimo becoming a slave of a nobleman, who loved him and gave him every opportunity in train ing And then gave him the responsi bility of supervising large industries in the Indies. En route he was captured fty pirates of his native city, hated and enslaved because he had re nounced Mohammedanism for Chris tianity. Gernimo's capacities were dis covered and he had been entrusted with the erection of large engineering projects, among them a large mosque. Reluctant to build a Mohammedan mosque, he being a Christian, he fin ally acquiesced and drew the design of the building in the form of a cross as a monument to his own faith. When this was discovered Geronimo was placed in a mould and cast into a con crete block and built into another structure. This was his fate after he had been given opportunity to re nounce the Christian faith for that of his fathers, and this was his choice rather than give up his convictions. After 300 ...

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. — 1 July 1915

VOL XXXV—NO. 11. FARM HOUSE IS ROBBED MONDAY The farm home of Herb Trebold, •who lives two miles east of the city, was entered and robbed Monday while the family was in town to attend the circus. The robbery was discovered when the owner returned home. Chief of Police Swanson was phoned and with Deputy Larson and Officer Fred King he went to the Soo yards and rounded up and searched about 50 hoboes. Finally a colored gentleman was found having a ring and a chain and a five dollar gold piece that was taken from the Trebold home. The negro is being held at the county jail. ENTERTAINMENT OF ELKS' LADIES FINE The Elk convention of July 24 and 25 has gone down in history. The writer feels that something should be said concerning the royal way in which the ladies of the convention were enter tained by the Elks of Lodge No. 1110. Kaffe Klatch" During the first afternoon of the convention the ladies were entertain ed to a "Kaffe Klatch" at Chautauqua Park. The day was perfect as far as weat...

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. — 1 July 1915

Pi VAN TWO ValleyClty rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. A GREENWOOD HOUGHTALING Stkacriptlon, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Entered at the Postofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail a&tter. CENSORED WAR NEWS. Aggie's asking aims tor the Artillery. Belinda's binding belly-bands lor Bel gians. Clara's counting cough drops for Cos sacks. Diana's denting dumdums for Dra goons. Effie's etching emblems for the En signs. foimie's fetching flshballs for the Frenchies. Gady's gargling goldfish for the Ger mans. 'attle's 'itching 'orses for the Hinglish. lona's ironing ice bags for the Irish. Jennie's joining jew's harps for the Japs. Katy's killing Kitcheners for the Kaiser. Lizzie's laundering lingerie for Lan cers. Mary's making moonshine for the Monks. Nellie's 'nitting nothing for the .Nuns. Olive's opening oysters for the Old Guard. Prunella's painting pretzels in Prz emysl. Quota's quelling quinzy in the Queen's Own. Rachel's rolling Rameses' for Rus sians. Sister Su...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 July 1915

SPECIAL TRAINS CARRY NORSEMEN Fargo, June 25.—With trains crowd ed, a special being run into the city, homes and business places thrown wide open, and the Wendell, Minn., band as a special attraction, Fargo was a reunion center of Norse socie ties. Grant county, Minnesota, sent more than 500 delegates to the gathering, coming on a special train. A parade then formed and headed by the Fargo police and the Wendell band moved down Broadway to the auditorium, which was in' gala attire for the big event. Hon. A. M. Christianson, of Bis marck, associate justice of the state supreme court, presided as toast master at the fifth annual banquet of the Mjosenlaget held in the armory. He was introduced by Dr. Opsahl, president of the Mjosenlaget. Prom inent people appeared on the program including Hon. Smith Stimmel, H. L. CHICHESTER S PILLS ILpv T1IE DIAMOND BRAND. A Lad leal A«k your lru»Int far Chi-chefrter Diamond Brand/ The Sigdalslaget held its meeting in the auditorium. Five hundred sat ...

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. — 1 July 1915

FOUR ELKS ARE PLEASED AT WINNING PRIZES Bismarck Tribune: The fpllowing account of the annual state conven tion B. P. 0. Elks, was submitted by a member of the Bismarck antlered herd, which invaded Valley City and captured practically all of the big prizes: The greatest and most successful Elks' convention held in North Dakota convened at Valley City Thursday for a two days' session. All Elks lodges •of North Dakota were represented and each delegation vied with one another for the honors to be award ed to the several classes. The Dickinson lodge as candidates tor the honor of entertaining the brethren in 1916, arranged for a spe cial train and the Mandan members joined them, while the Bismarck dele gation numbering forty-eight engaged a special car which was added when the train arrived here. On arriving at Valley City, the dele gations were met by the reception committee and the First Regiment band and escorted to the handsome and well equipped Elks' Home, where each member regist...

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. — 1 July 1915

^X::l V' tf« ^:K-' -m 'My,. •iv-'.'S -J:' S t* 1 i, -y'A. $ r% THE CITY Rev. C. G. Naeseth went to Mont pelier Saturday and returned Sunday evening. While there he assisted in the dedication of the new Synod Luth eran church. Fred Gram, of Bnderlin, arrived in the city Saturday to assist in taking care of the Boy fccouts during the Chautauqua. The fire department was called out Saturday evening about 10 o'clock to extinguish a blaze in the residence oc cupied by R. 0. Persinger, at the cor ner of Fourth avenue and First street. It was started by an overturned lamp. The fire was soon under control by the use of the chemical engine. The dam age was not great and was mostly to the contents of the rooms, the loss on the building being slight. Chas K. Otto left Monday evening for different points in Minnesota. Robert Dahmon, very well known in Valley City, was an over-Sunday visi. tor. Nels Holberg went to Fargo Satur day to attend the "Tronder Lagod." He returned Monday morning. J. J. C...

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. — 1 July 1915

PAGE SIX Hi? 'y SILVER ANNIVERSARY GIV EN FITTING OBSERVANCE With an impressive program on •which were represented the State, other educational institutions, and the Board of Trustees, the close of the tweney-fifth academic year of the State Normal school here was fitting ly observed in the auditorium yester day afternoon. The meeting was called to order with Hon. Hugh McDonald, resident member of the State Board of Normal School Trustees, presiding. Mr. Mc Donald in a brief and well chosen address told of some early acts in Normal school legislation and how it •was that the State Normal school was located at Valley City and then called upon Dr. George R. Davies, who repre sented the State university. Mr. Davies read a paper on "Nation al Ideals and Education" the theme of •which was that if the school is to per form its greatest service to the future it must be the means of developing something more than individual and national power it must develop in addition the spirit and the i...

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. — 1 July 1915

PRAFESSIONAL WINTERER ft RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. if"1 aom fUtk AT*. N. M. D. E. A. PRAY, MyiWan and Surgeon •at* UaiT. of Fenniylvaala la Poatatto* Bluek An*. I Km. Pboa« fM «. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. D. Physician and turfaon American Hat*I Bank 1% VALLHT C8TT, N. Dk OR. W. L. WICK1 1A3U NOMB and TffltOAT Pitted Whan Maeaaaary Offlea in N«w Wlcka Building WLiBT CTTT, W. I I O E O I Attornay-ai-Law W AUMT 01TT, M. & THEODORE •. LINO LAND Attorney and Caunaallor at Law Maa la Farmer*' and MaMhaat^ Bank Balldlac VAUMT CITY, H. fr Charles E Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330 Valley City Tpfcna: Office 20«-A Aea. D6-B 4. VAN HOUTEN, M. D. Phyalolan and ®up§«on Offlea* la ©ray Block I vAixjnr an, u. 9. Farmers' Free Column Actual farmers may advertise stock, poultry, grain, machinery or farm pro duce in this column, free of charge. Admertisements may be signed or an ewers received at this office and for warded. The right is reserved to ...

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. — 1 July 1915

PAGE EIGHT a Yesterday was North Dakota day at the exposition, and in observance of the occasion the governor of that north ern granary state, Louis Benjamin Han na, planted a North Dakota ash tree on the lawn in front of North Dakota's building at the exposition. At the conclusion of the tree plant ing ceremony Governor Hanna was presented with a casket of jewels from the Tower of Jewels. M. H. de Young, vice president of the exposi tion, presented the jewels and extend ed to the governor of North Dakota the official welcome of the exposition directorate. John Paulson, vice chairman of the ftorth Dakota commission to the ex position, was chairman of the day. The plaza in front of the building was packed with an enthusiastic au dience which assembled half an hour before the hour set for the appear ance of the governor and his staff. Mrs. Hanna was given an ovation. when she appeared. I GREAT ADVERTISING FOR OUR STATE AT THE FAIR The following from the San Fran cisco Examiner of June...

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. — 1 July 1915

I *.' I •'''•41* -Mils i-A /t VOL XXXV—NO. 11. FIRST REGIMENT BAND CONCERT The First Regiment band, of Lisbon, secured to furnish harmony through out the two days of the B. P. O. E. con vention have made a hit with their splendid music. They have been on hand to meet incoming trains and have escorted bunches of the antlered tribe to the Elks' home as the various lodges arrived. Thursday evening a fine concert was given in the pavilion at the corner of Fifth avenue and Main street. An immense crowd listened attentively to a very entertaining pro gram under the direction of Chief Mu sician A. C. Coats, First Infantry N. D. N. G. Prof. Coats has been at Lisbon seven years, and before coming to North Dakota was associated with the "Queen's Own" regimental band" of Toronto, Canada. Here is the program rendered last evening: March— "Governor's Foot Guard" Fulton Medley— "The Heart of Paddy-Wack".. .Rosd Overture— Extempore Hayes Concert Waltz— "The Crimson Patrol" Clarke Southern Airs Sel...

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. — 1 July 1915

1.41 k? y* tt' .£*»• 'P'":. PAGE TEN CIRCUS i#^ 5 $ DAY And now the day of days has come and joy is unconfined. Also wherever there is a tent flap unconfined there •will be joy confined to the boy who can make his entrance unobserved. First there was the parade, oo-o-h, what a parade! But though the excitement ran high because of all the joys mention ed there was a riot of ecstacy when a dozen huge cages with sides off rolled by. First came the leopards and their spots, then wolves and tigers and then oh, rapture, some body down the line shouted "lions." Sure enough with a gaily dressed guide riding, beside them, rode Mr. and Mrs. Lion and what dy'e think, Mr. Lion was asleep. Surest thing you know. His tousled head in a corner and his big paws pointing skyward. "Just like a lazy man," some one with a suffrage button was h§ard to murmur, and all the time Mamma Lion was doing a marathon around the cage. There were panthers *0, and more leopards and another family of lions where Mamma...

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. — 1 July 1915

JL and weirdest I ever endured. You, who have read the novel of Harold MacGrath, will recall that the principal scenes in "The Carpet From Bagdad" are laid in the great Arabian Desert, and some of the principal characters are Arabs so Mr. Colin Campbell, in makfng his arrangements for appropriate properties, bought a lot of real and most interesting Ara bian trappings, including those won derfully striped tents, bales and bales of beautiful rugs, camel harness, those peculiar Arab guns so beautifully in laid with mother-of-pearl and studded with jewels, great water jars, etc. The garments made in Arabia especially for those who were to participate in "The Carpet From Bagdad" were sup plied in ample quantities, so that we could look the part and be presented to the world as the genuine article. From the big Selig Jungle-Zoo oiut at Eastlake, in Los Angeles, Mr. Camp bell made a requisition for about twenty camels. You can just imagine a man writing a requisition on a slip Df paper ju...

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. — 1 July 1915

PAGE TWELVE London, June 25.—Along that most crucial section of the Dneister battle front in Galicia between Zurawna and Halicz heavy lighting is going on. There is some conflict over the situa tion, according to official reports. The Russians claim they have punished the Austro-Germans, and that, by rustling reinforcements, have corn filled them to retreat across the river. Berlin admits this reverse, but the Austrian communication says the Teutonic attack there is making prog* fess. North of this area, and still farther north, over the frontier in Poland, the Austro-Gernian advances are sweep ing forward. Whatever the outcome of the struggle, along the Dneister the '.Russians have met with reverses that from the standpoint of the allies, the Trestern theater seems to be the only quarter which holds out a possibility of decisive action during the summer. French and German claims on the west front are widely at variance. Though meeting with the hardest re sistance on the Dneister, i...

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. — 8 July 1915

4 4 1 il 'IS f4 §.:,. VOL. XXXV—NO. 12. (By F. H. TalDot.) With the best day the weather man has yet produced during the season, the Chautauqua opened gates yester day to the largest crowd this year. The people literally came in flocks. They came in Jitneys, in busses, in autos, in motor boats and we almost expect to to see some enterprising transpor tation agent using a dirigible. And hundreds more hiked it a la Weston. The c.ard punchers at the gates claim ed that they nearly got writers' cramp punching the tickets. It surely was an immense crowd and if the movie man got one fourth of them in his pic tures he will have a dandy reel. "Laugh and the world laughs with you" was the motto of the multitude and it is doubtful if the old grove •ever witnessed so much wholesome, good-natured, happy-spirited fun and frolic before. The generosity of the management in granting free admission to boys and girls of 14 years and under brought the youngsters out in force and their un diflguised pl...

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. — 8 July 1915

»AM TWO ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. "OREENWOOD & HOUGHTALING •ubtcription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Bntered at the Poatofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail •alter. ANOTHER PAPER Valley City is to be blessed with another paper. It would appear that three papers ought to be plenty for town of this size and that a fourth trould merely be an excrescence. The trend of the newspaper business is consolidate, to make bigger and bet ter paper in the county seats rather than to have a large number that can only make conditions harder for the publishers and the business men There is no question about one or two 2apers in a county seat being able to give advertisers and patrons better service and better printing and more sews than where there are more. The argument that if one paper is a good thing for a town that more would be better can not be substantiated after the field is already crowded. However "we suppose the town can stand it if the paper can...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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