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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 July 1915

I 4 I* I !•, f, 'i ?r*'. 'Vl ':-p, v'.V Mart's Mart The Place ft Boy The Place to Sell Anything of value.. Will buy or sell on commission. If you are looking for houses or lots in our city we stfre can suit you. No trouble to show prospective buyers our city. Lot of Second Hand Goods on hand at all times alsp some Elegant Firms in Barnes county for sale. MART MASON Corner Fifth Avenue and Front Street. Phone 227 THAW WINS HIS LONG FIGHT FOR FREEDOM New York, July 16.—Supreme Court Justice Hendrick today upheld the decision of the jury which declared Harry K. Thaw sane. Thaw was then given his freedom on a $35,000 bail. The state immediately served notice of an appeal, and Justice Hendrick fixed bail to assure Thaw's presence at future proceedings. A surety com pany gave the bond. A crowd that numbered hundreds lined the sidewalk and overflowed into the court house, cheered and applauded wildly when he appeared on the court house steps. In announcing his decision, Justice Hendrick to...

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. — 22 July 1915

•AOS FOUR l"\: 't. "M, £J, l-S?' IiSf WHAT BRYAN REALLY SAID AND WHY HE QUIT CABINET Washington, July 17.—What really took place between William J. Bryan, then secretary of state, and the Aus trian ambassador during and after the conversation which confused the consideration of the submarine issue In Berlin has been disclosed here by one who knows all the facts. The unpleasant situation which arose out of the talk between Bryas and Ambassador Dumba was one of the things which led up to Mr. Bry an's resignation. It is asserted that the president was greatly annoyed at the incident and at the steps which Mr. Bryan was compelled to take to correct the misunderstanding. That Mr. Bryan did give the Aus trian ambassador to understand that a friendly answer was all that was required of Germany in response to the Lusitania note of May 15 is the positive assertion of the informant. From this arose all the trouble. Mr. Bryan's recent public statement in explanation of the incident has not in ...

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. — 22 July 1915

•ill 4 4 I it- THE CITY W. F. Shortridge and wife, of Dear bom, Mo., are spending some time in the city visiting relatives. Supt. Minnie Nielson and her sister, Miss, Hazel, left Monday evening for California and other western points. Rev. Vermilya and family left Mon day morning by auto to their claim in the northern part of the state where they will camp for about three weeks. Mrs. Fred Bowder and Miss Bertha Anderson, of Jamestown, came in Monday evening to visit their sister, Miss Amanda, who is employed at Chaffee'^, store. Mrs. Andrew Bonhus left Monday morning for Binford to visit her sis ter, Mrs. A. Norstrum. She was ac companied by Mrs. Ira Harrison, of 6t. Paul, and her little niece, Margaret "Wiesman, of this city. Harry Thaw had his picture taken with the iury. Can vou Dick him out? Rev. E. A. Martell made an auto trip to Jamestown Monday to ipake ar rangements for men to do, stucco work on the Swedish Lutheran church. A. B. Davis, of Detroit, Minn., who is state agent ...

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. — 22 July 1915

i- sly i!iV- v/ .. PAGE 8IX t'-1 4 While the 12 men were deliberating, the crowd in the courtroom and about the courthouse, was augmented by scores of people who believed that the verdict would be quickly found Shortly befor 4 clock the bailiff came from the jury room and Inform ed the judge that a verdict had been reached. The doors of the courtroom were immediately locked and the judge warned the hundreds of spectators that any demonstration on their part would be met with severe punishment. Then the jury came in, and as the verdict was read by the clerk several of the persons stood up in front of their seats. The courtroom hummed like a dy namo, and Judge Hendrick's dozen at tendants rapped for order. In the meantime Thaw, who until the ver dict was read, sat at his counsel's ta ble with his chin resting in his hand kerchief, then turned around and Judge Hendrick then set 11 o'clock tomorrow as the time when he will receive briefs and hear arguments in his chambers on the motion ...

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. — 22 July 1915

«yw .*w w-\ TVtr 3 Professional Cants WINTERER ft RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. HA Am N. I. A. FRAY, M. D. MqnlilM and turfeeii UbIt. Penoayl la PkM, I I A. ZMMKftMAN, M. a PfcyatetM and turf«Mi Amorioan Nafl tank tllilT m, N. Ok OR. F. L. WICK* EAR. NOM and THROAT Pitted When Meoeaaavy OSn la Ntv Wlcka Building CUT, H, Bl O O N I Atterney-atAaw VALLBY CITY, M. & THEODORE «. LINO LAN# and Cavnaallar at Law to hram' aad MiNhisl^ luk iBaildlaf OTPY, M. 1 Charles E Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Sieffried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330 Valley City Tllm: Qfloe MIA fltea, A VAN HOUTKM, M. D. Fkyalaiaii an* burgee* OMea« fa Ortr Btook viuM am, ML FARM ACCOUNTING IS URGED BY SANFORD Devils Lake, July 15.—Frank San lord, of Barnes county, delivered a strong address yesterday afternoon on scientific farming and accounting. Mr. Sanford showed the farmer the value of keeping strict accounting, figuring up the cost of every animal on the farm. He was followed by C. W. Smith, of...

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. — 22 July 1915

PAGE EIGHT GERMANS ATTACK ENGLISH VESSEL WITHOUT WARNING Washington, July 17—Into the grave situation developed between the Unit ed States and Germany over the sink ing of the Lusitania, was thrust an other issue today when it was reveal ed the British steamer, Orduna, carry Jag a score of Americans had been at lacked by a German submarine. Should the rumors of attempting to torpedo without warning be borne out by an #flicial investigation about to be insti luted it is indicated in official quarters the United States probably will regard the incident as adding a grave element to the already strained relations be iween the two countries. Lacking information regarding the circumstances of the attack the ofH cials are unable to predict tonight to vliat extent the Orduna case will ag gravate the situation but it is thought the question will certainly compel ser ious consideration by the president and cabinet in formulating the next step in the policy of the United States toward the acti...

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. — 22 July 1915

I V' N VOL. XXXV—NO. 14. (This Issue 12 Pages.) Washington, July 19.—Mexico City is again threatened with an attack by Carranza forces under General Gon zales, who drove the Zapata army from the capital 10 days ago, and inarched huriedly northward to en gage the advancing Villa column be lieved to be planning a junction with Zapata troops, now menacing commun ications with Vera Cruz. State depart ment dispatches today announced that Gonzalez with most of his army, evac uated Mexico City yesterday, turning the government over to the civil au thorities. This was just received by advices that Villa's flying column, which cir- The officials made no effort to conceal their belief that the situation surrounding the Mexican capital was grave. With another battle for the possession of the city imminent, and needed food shipments from the east coast cut off, it is feared further suf fering among civilians will follow. That the food shortage was not ex aggerated is indicated in the report to ...

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. — 22 July 1915

PAGE TEN SSite- mf£% Bismarck, July 16.—Attorney Gen eral H. J. Linde secured injunctions against the Soo Railway company anil the Great Northern Railway company on actiens brought by the state of North Dakota to enjoin such railway companies from receiving, carrying and delivering intoxicating liquors for illegal use within the sta^e of North Dakota. These two actions complete a series of four cases started by the attorney general against the Northern Pacific, Milwaukee, Soo and Great Northern Railway companies. These cases are started in the eleventh dis trict before Judge Frank E. Fisk. Judge Fisk issued a temporary in junction in each case and ordered the Soo Railway company to show cause on the 26th day of July and the Great Northern Railway company on the 27th day of July, why such injunctions should not remain in force during the pending of these actions. The facts upon winch these two ac tions were started were secured by At torney General Linde at the freight of fices of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 July 1915

WM, extra -dip s/kfjitfj* Sfe»* BBSS" BOOSTERS These certificates are valuable as the DEMONSTRATION FARMS SHOW VALUE OF ROTATION New Salem, N. D., July 14.—A series of meetings have been held on the demonstration farms at this place. The last one of the series was held on the John Christianson farm Tuesday. This is the tenth year that this demon stration farm has been carried on by the North Dakota experiment station. A rotation of crops has been practiced. The net returns per acre for the whole time has been over $6 a year. The net .profits in 1914 were $17.42 per acre. The crops are looking very fine this year, much better than any of the crops on the surrounding fields. The only difference in management has been that the crops have been rotated on the demonstration farm fields. The first thing on the program was to go over the fields. The corn crop is about two weeks late for the season, but it is very thrifty and a good stand. A normal summer and fall should en able this corn to...

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. — 22 July 1915

r* t. -V PAGE TWELVE 7«£- 1% .11 Millinery: Colored Hats, trimmed and untrim- fljl AA ed, go at mJ-LsUU Suits Values as high as $37.50. Sale t[Q QO Price be sold at the low price a a $15.00 to $25.00. Sale MANSFIELD Wm. O'Neal, of Bismarck, visited at the home of his sister, Mrs. Gene Hinschberger last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kee attended the picnic at Mortensen's grove Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, of Rhame. N. D., were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swartout, for a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Swartout motored with them to Valley City Sun day. Dan Campbell was an over Sunday visitor at Adrian. Boyd Thompson entertained the home folks and some friends at dinner Sunday. Miss Hazel Baker, of Langdon, N. D., who is attending summer school in "Vallev City, came up Friday evening for a. visit with her sister, Mrs. John Campbell, returning to Valley City Saturday. Miss Florence Jordan and Mr. Jor dan, of Adrain, were guests at the CamDbell home Saturday. Elmer Cowdrey was ...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 July 1915

.Hi VOL XXXV—NO. 15. si Flax, which was being carried by the Leelanaw, was declared absolute con traband by Germany, as a retaliation against the British contraband declara. tion. London, July 26.—The American steamship Leelanaw, from Archangle, July 8, for Belfast, with a cargo of flax, (Continued on Page 8.) CARNIVAL 6ANDMAN LOST IIS LEGS UNDER TRAIN Fargo, July 26.—Robert Burnett, a .member of the band with Wortham's 'Carnival company, lost both legs at -Casselton Sunday noon when en route Irom Jamestown to Fargo and the In terstate fair. Burnett was riding on the show train and when the train reached Casselton he left it to get a bottle of milk. The train started before he got back and he ran to catch it. Burnett caught hold of the hand rail on the car when his foot caught on a tie and threw both legs under the wheels. The right leg was amputated above the ankle and the left leg above the knee. Burnett is now in St. John's hospital and is expected to recover. The R. H. S. club w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 July 1915

»AM TWO ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. 'QREEN'WOOD A HOTJGHTAL I NO Subscription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance lettered at the Postofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail •atter. BEAUTY OF BAD LANDS Dickinson Press: Do we appreciate the unusual beauty of this section of the country and realize that within 15 or 20 miles of Dickinson are sights many would traverse half a con tinent to see? To be sure there are large treeless areas, but, with the set tling up of the country and the practi cal elimination of the »rairie fires the trees along the rivers, creeks and draws are making a wonderful show ing. There is no monotony in our landscape and much of our scenery matches anything found anywhere in the country. A twelve mile drive north brings one to the edge of the "Breaks," or minia ture Bad Lands, with their oddly shap ed cones, gorgeous coloring and wealth of wild plum trees and ground cedar clinging to the sides and tops of the buttes. In the distance a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 July 1915

4 "CARL ifvtlAGtNBECnV •mi B!=\, iii''-/ I IN THE The Bluest Circus EverinNorthDakota Will Be At Valley City SATURDAY ADGUST7 Holiday event of the year—only circus this season. Reserved and admission tickets on sale circus day at Dakota Drug Co., at same prices as charged on show grounds. HAGENBECK-WALLACE A Circus 1001 Wonders FILLING 6 ARENAS! Its Triumphs reaches beyond the seas NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT IN ALL EARTH'S HISTORY! Capital Invested, $3.000,000 More acts, more faaturas, more thrills than you ever saw be fore 3 rings, 2 stages, great asrlal 'enclosure quarter-mile hippodrome track and steel girded arena filled with CARL HAGENBECK'S performing lions, leopards, pumas, panthers, Polar bears royal Bengal Tigers and untamable beasts. 100 ACTS, FEATURES and SENSATIONS-IOO 3 RAILROAD TRAINS 3 22 TENTS 22 60 RIDERS-The Greatest In the World 60 400 PERFORMERS 400 8 BANDS 8 "/i\ 60 Aerialists, the 6 Flying Wards 80 CLOWNS, the World's Funny Men 50 \v5f5#\ SO ACROBATS 60 Carl Hagenbec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 July 1915

-11 »MK POUR NEW ROCKFORD'S CHANCES GOOD Initiative petitions in the New Rock lord capital removal campaign will be in circulation in every cornor of the fltate next week, according to informa tion from the Eddy county metroplis. As a result of the meeting held this *week which was attended by represent ative business men from the leading points in the central part of the state, the proposition is now well under way. It is understood that Carrington has buried the hatchet and will throw her full strength in line with New Rock ford. While it is realized that over 18,000 names will be required to initi ate a change in th( state constitution, which locates the capital at Bismarck, the New Rockford organization insists {hat will be the easiest part of the task. The petition which has been drawn up is being referred to the most eminent legal talent of the state. It is proposed to make this petition air-tight in every respect. It is argued by New Rockford that over 60 per cent of the vote...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 July 1915

THE CITY Miss Lulu Coutier, of Blue Earth, Minn., who has been at the Panama exposition, is stopping off for a short visit with Elsie and Amanda Zabel. Alfred Bonhus and Eugene McFar land were at Nome Monday on busi ness connected with the new school building that is contemplated. Mrs. Chas. Hannig and son left Monday evening for their home at St. fcloud, Minn., after spending the past eix weeks with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. R. Eckart and Miss Grieves, of Ayr, autoed over last Sun day to spend the day with Miss Cecile Pickard, at Elmwood home on Tracy avenue. Mrs. C. A. Olsen and two sons, Ar thur and Merrill, left Tuesday after noon for Ada, Minn., where they will visit relatives. Theo. Olstad and family went to Stanish Sunday to spend a week with Mrs. Olstad's sister. Herman Baumann went to Fargo Monday and will run a livery'there during the fair. August Borges, of Wimbledon, was in the city Tuesday, being on his way to Fargo. Zella Martin, Catherine Vallandig ham, Clifford Fe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 July 1915

PAGE SIX I SERIES OF BIG BATTLES IS RAGING NEAR WARSA Geneva, July 21.—Nedjemkden Ef fendi, the Turkish minister of justice and Fas sun Effendi, ure expected here tomorrow from Vienna for the pur pose, it is reported of opening separate peace negotiations with the Triple En tente. It is stated the delegates are invested with official powers. Recent •dispatches stated the Turkish minister of justice with a fellow delegate were en route to Switzerland to meet repre sentatives of the entente powers. Loudon, July 21.—A series of great tattles, the results of which will seal the fate of Warsaw, are being fought northwest and south of that city. Hav ing successfully retired to positions on llie rivers and being flanked by for tresses, the Russians have turned and are fighting desperately to stem the Austro-German onslaught. To the north, on the river Nerew they delivered yesterday three fierce counter attacks from the fortresses ef Rosan, Pultusk and Novogeorgievsk. The Germans, who had t...

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. — 29 July 1915

Professional Canl« WINTERER fc RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. YUtfc At«. N. Phone B. A. PRAY, M. D. MyiMtn and Surgeon iMto UBiT. of PMIMylVMlft 01M 1B FMtofflo* Block Pfcoa*, I Im. Rum ft! ft. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. O. Physician and urtow AiMHoan Natfl Bank fAixirr an, n. a OR. P. L. WICK* •ra, SAJt, NOftB «a4 THROAT BkHH Fitted Whan Maeaaaary Ofiea la N*v Wicka Building |W11BT C1TT, If. O a E O N I AHamair-Mliw taujt crrr. m. Charles E. ^4 THEODORE ft. LINO LAND Attorney and Cavnaallar at Uv Mm fa hnMn' and Manhaat^ Bank BnlMlac OTTT, K. Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330 Valley City hna: Ofllea Mt-A Ilea. SM-B A VAN MOUTE-N, M. O. Phyelaian and •ur§eon OBni ia Gray Block I ViliM on, K. ft FINGAL DISTRICT ADDS TERRITORY Fingal Herald: Proceedings which -were started several weeks ago were completed Saturday and the Fingal school district is considerable larger than heretofore. The added territory includes about three miles south and three...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 July 1915

PAGE EIGHT Phone Number 4I8 I:-" & i| I 4 "THE FAIR VALLRV CITY'S ECONOMY 8t»HB Good Things For Saturday The Last Day of Our Nine Cent Sale Hen's Harvest Hats Good quality peanut straw, and wide brim, each Hen's Mixed Cotton Socks Closely knit, double heel and toe, elastic rib top. Q_ 2 pairs for Plain White Saucedishes Best semi-porcelaiu ware, will not craze, "Classic" White Laundry Soap One of the best white laundry soaps made, Lathers in any wather. 3 cakes for Envelopes Good stock, pure white wove, heavily gummed flaps, 4 packages or 100 envelopes for Linen Weft Crash 18 inches wide, bleached, fast red, blue or plain white woven borders Curtain Rods Extends from 30 to 54 inches, 1 Y% inch fluted silver ball ends, 3^ inch brass screw hooks, 2 for Combination Canning Offer Here is a real money saver— 1 dozen best grade heavy Fruit Jar Rings, and HP 1 Frail Jar Wrench, fits all preserves jars, both for Mason Fruit Jars The improved kind, complete with covers and rings. Pint si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 5 August 1915

,* 1 bi' w.f i: f' i'° I'-lPi V-"J" I 1 1 J' ••,• -j "f si 1 I'-Vi ft I I-,.. t-n -i 1». J' US1- 5''' r.a: IIP •, 4 fiOTOHELL" VILLA SAYS 44 k' El Paso, Aug. 2.—Reports brought here today state that Gen. Francisco Villa, addressing a gathering of foreign merchants at Chihauhua City Satur day, said, "The American government can go to hell." It is also reported that he confis cated a number of stores belonging to foreigners, and took 42 Mexican mer chants into jail in order to raise a forc ed loan, later executing six of them. Washington, Aug. 2.—Official con firmation of the re-occupation of Mex ico City by Carranza's army under General Gonzales, reached the state de partment from American Consul Silli man at Vera Cruz. A message to the American Red Cross says there have been cases of death and collapse from starvation in the capital. The last message came from Chas. J. O'Connor, the society's relief agent at Mexico City. "Prices already are prohibitive," it said. "There is practical...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 5 August 1915

(jjtisgr* »»ti ValleyClty flmes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. •REENWOOD A HOUQHTALING Subscription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Altered &t the Pottofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail •atter. A sunny southern editor must have Ills system filled with laughter when he lets go with this: Here's to laughter, the sunshine of the soul, the happiness of the heart, the leaven of youth, tne privilege of purity, the echo of innocence, the treasure of the humble, the wealth of the poor, the bead on the cup of pleas ure it dispels dejection, banishes blues and mangles melancholy for it's the foe of woe, the destroyer of de pression, the enemy of grief it is what znakes kings envy peasants pluto crats envy the poor, the guilty envy the innocent it's the sneen of the sil ver of smiles, the ripple on the wa ters of delight the glint of the gold of gladness without it humor would be dumb, wit would wither, dimples would disappear and smiles would shrivel for it's the glow of a ...

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