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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 5 August 1915

()I e, i" or-'1S! )®K 4 1 Kt'K- Sjf: li III CARL UnAG&NBECBV mi &<$£ "•ii §£&?$ V/ ""'7«J( ,-' ny XV\'-' /M "^f 'F, V.'^V The Biggest Grcus Will Be At Valley City SATURDAY AUGUST/ 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 of 1001 Wonders PILLING 6 ARENAS! Its Triumphs reaches beyond the seas NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT IN ALL EARTH'S HISTORY! i| Capital Invested,33,000.000! Y2j*i Mora acts, mora features, mora thrills than you ever saw be fore 3 rings, 2 stages, great aerial fenelosure quarter-mile hlppodroms track and steel girded arena filled with CARL HAGENBECK'S performing Hons, leopards, pumas, panthers. Polar bsars 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 60 Aerlallsts, the 6 Flying Wards lUA 80...

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. — 5 August 1915

PAGE FOUR M'r I BACK FROM EXTENSIVE TRIP TO COAST POINTS J. H, S. Thomson, of the Farmers' Elevator, and wife returned Wednes day morning from Canadian points After an extended tour, taking in all the principal points along the South ern Pacific, Salt Lake City, Denver, down to Los Angeles and San Diego and up to the San Francisco fair, Vancouver and other points on the Canadian Pacific. They jeport a most enjoyable trip and if they were to take the trip again they would take a much longer time to do it in. LINEN SHOWER FOR BRIDE One of the most delightful parties of the season was given Tuesday af ternoon from 3 to 6 p. m. by the Misses Amanda and Marguerite Bonhus at the home of their parents on Seventh avenue. There were 16 girls present, the occasion being a linen shower in honor of Miss Una Chambard. Every thing, both in the decorations through out the room and the luncheon, was beautifully carried out in pink and white and white and pink sweet peas. Little pink hearts, strung ...

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. — 5 August 1915

NV S' *1* $ Wi \*, it :3- fe',: #K1. "-1^y a VW «2K THE CITY Prof. Clarence Blume, of Oakes, Is the guest of his cousins, Mrs. W. A. Blume and Miss Julia Blume. Dean Brooks arrived Saturday from the "U" after attending the summer session. Geo. Aldahl, of the Myhro & Alhahl Mercantile Co., is spending a week's vacation visiting relatives in Fargo. Miss Ida Myhro is enjoying a visit from her friend, Miss Agnes Hoft, of Leeds, who arrived Sunday evening. Mrs. Sam Mikkelson will entertain Wednesday for her brother, Marma duke Eide, of Chicago, who is spending the summer here. Mrs. H. O. Arnsdorf will entertain the brides-to-be, Misses Emma Elling son and Una Chambard, at a break fast at 7:15 Tuesday morning. Miss Nellie Eckel, who has been spending the summer with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Eckel, at Williams, Minn., returned to the city Saturday evening. Miss. Minnie Stroms, of Fort Madi Mrs. Wtesley Van Steenberg and her daughter, Mrs. Tomlinson, of Oriska, spent Sunday at t...

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. — 5 August 1915

PAGE SIX ,*¥-•- mW is'frS TENTH ANNIVERSRAY OF BANK OF VALLEY CITY Growth and Prosperity Co incident W ith Financial Prosperity of County— Gov. Sarles First President. Ten years ago today this bank op ened for business. Our belief then entertained and the prophecy then made have been fulfilled. We said thet we believed that there was room for a bank in Valley City like this, which without damaging any prev iously existing bank, would attract to itself a solid and substantial clientage. We decided to organize under the laws of our own state of North Dakota and thus be under the regulation and con trol of the state banking board at Bis marck. Our first board of directors were E. Y. Sarles, president uf the First Na tional bank of Hillsboro, N. D., R. H. Bronson, president of the First Na tional Bank of Stillwater, Minn., Henry Wolfer, a director in the same institu tion, William Coop, Walter Coop, Tol lef Olsen, L. S. Platou, N. P. Rasmus son and Jas. J. Earley. Governor Sarles was se...

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. — 5 August 1915

GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS AND SET Exclusive Newspaper and Job Printing Rights For Barnes County We have joined the National Mileage Brigade and for every dollar in cash business— We Give National Mileage Coupons are redeemed for first-class railroad and steamship tickets on any line in the world. For every dollar on subscrip tion or any cash business we will give these coupons. To start you there is a Compli mentary Coupon good for Ten Miles. Call and get this cou pon. We also give a card of instructions telling you how to get Mileage Coupons and travel free. GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS AND RE CEIVE THIS EXTRA BENEFIT START TO SAVE NOW Watch this paper for further TIMES-RECORD awm Coupons •&" jMr. 4 2 THE WEEKLY TIMES-RECORD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1915, CIRCUS TICKETS. Wonderful System Prevails With 'Carl Hagenbeck-Wallace Show, No Individuals about a great curcus institution are regarded with greater awe and solemn wonder that the three persons who sell tickets in the "big show" wagon. Wit...

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. — 5 August 1915

fc|«H MOI EIQHT TEDDY REGISTERS AS FROM MEDORA Unheralded and unannounced ex President Theodore Roosevelt called at the North Dakota building at the Panama-Pacific International exposi- came out in short, jerky sentences, but although the words were short they were none the less expressive. Upon stepping into the building he remark ed, "I just want to take a little peep at the building representing the state in which I once lived." He was es corted about the building, met all the attaches, saw all the exhibits, asked questions, and before leaving express ed himself as more than pleased with his short visit. Col. Roosevelt has been a very busy man since coming to the exposition city, with social, political and other engagements occupying his mind and time, but when asked what buildings and exhibits he wished to visit, he mentioned among a very few the North Dakota building. So at 4 o'clock Fri day he was brought with his escort to our building. He was first shown a beautiful pen nant...

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. — 5 August 1915

I P'i i- f, I fe' xf ri VOL XXXV—NO. 16. (This Issue 12 Pages.) HINOT MARE TIED WORLD'S RECORD Minot, Aug. 1.—A sensation occurred in the racing world yesterday when Sadie Densmore, owned by D. A. Din nie of this city, tied the world's record in the 2:20 pace for four-year-old mares, on the Davenport, Iowa, track of the Great Western circuit, in 2:05%. The event was all the more significant in that it was the first race in which Sadie Densmore was ever en tered, and there were 39 entries in all. Sadie Densmore led the field and it is confidently believed that with a lit tle experience she will lower this rec ord, especially in view of the fact that it was made by a pacer after several entries. Sadie Densmore was bred and trained in this city. She is a daugh ter of Don Densmore, the great pacing stallion, also owned by D. A. Dinnie of Minot. He was bought by his owner before he had been trained a single day and all his training has been done in this city. Henry Thomas, who has traine...

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. — 5 August 1915

K', s' PAGE TEN I fit'- ." c* Kf£ FACE LOSS OF AN ARMY London, July 30—The Russians now lace the problem of evacuating War Baw and the surrounding country without losing their armies, while the Austro-German forces are making a supreme effort to get across their line of retreat. They are said to have met •with partial success in this attempt. A Berlin official report says Field Mar shal Von Mackensen, resuming the of fensive, had reached the Cholm-Lublin railway about midway between those two cities and southeast of these as far as the Bug river the Russian front has been broken. General Von Mackenson, after hav ing been virtually stopped by the Rus sian counter attack, now denies at least one line of retreat to the Rus sians and places the Germans in a po sition to move against the Bug river front should this be decided upon. The news contained in Berlin official dispatch that the oermans had crossed the Vistula river southeast of Warsaw and that the Russians al ready have fallen b...

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. — 5 August 1915

ir it ft 'i'% I V.-' ».» ,/ *f ,i ,UfJ I r- Af* 1 V?.. J6 /p 4 I" 11 t* /b-' v. .• LONG TRIP FOR RIVER BOATS Williston, July 28.—In charge of Capt. Grant Marsh, best known of all the surviving steamboat men of the old days of the Missouri the river boats, Montana and Dakota have left on their long trip to St. Paul, where they are to be used in the river ex cursion business. The boats which have been here for the past year, •were built by the Guthrie Construc tion company for use in hauling ma terial for the railroad in McKenzie county. For their 1,700 mile trip down the Missouri the two boats were lashed sise by side and ahead of them they pushed two barges which may be taken to the destination or may be sold on the way. With Captain Marsh was Captain J. M. Belk, of Bismarck, another prominent figure in the old time river traffic. On board also were Harry Peyton, of this city, who will make the trip as far as St. Louis Currator Fish of the State Historical society and J. H. Rielly, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 5 August 1915

WiWi PAGE TWELVE ^V:r I £ke £,?• A- THREE CANDIDATES FOR SENATE NET IN BISMARCK Bismarck, July 29.—By a strange coincidence, the three men who are oc cupying a large place in the public eye of the state as probable candi dates tor the United States senate, juet in Bismarck yesterday. Former governor, and the present United States treasurer, John Burke, paid Bismarck a brief visit on his way to Washington from the Pacific coast as wag also Porter J. McCumber, the sen ior senator of North Dakota, who is at present making an auto tour of the state in the interest of his candidacy for re-election. Governor Hanna was in the city and no little interest was aroused as to the relative strength of the three men as candidates for the United States senate. Senator McCumber is basing claims for re-election upon political fairness and long service. It is a well known fact that Senator McCumber supported Governor Hanna most vig orously during both his campaigns for governor and it is generally co...

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. — 12 August 1915

11 4 rv$l$JW- '-T- f! •i /i f/. h*" -r 4 i' i:.y' *, Sigurd Carlson, a Transient, Drowned in Spite of Efforts to Rescue Him—Will Prob ably be Buried Here. An accidental drowning occured in the Sheyenne river here near the Jacobson ice house Monday afternoon about 4:30. Sigurd Carlson, a tran sient, his brother and others went in bathing and Carlson got into deep water. Carlson was unable to swim, and he was probably seized with cramps and went down. When he came up he called for help. The others went to his aid, but being poor swimmers they were unable to rescue him. The brother was able to get hold of the drowning man twice, but each time he grappled him and he was obliged to shake him off to save his own life. A phone message called the police to the scene and Officer Fred King located the body and pulled it out by means of a drag hook. Dr. Platou was on hand with a pulmoter, but the man had been in the water too long and it was impossible to restore life. The body was taken to th...

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. — 12 August 1915

wpraraw N W t( '-V mm 1 rnt MK TWO N ValleyCity flaws-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. GREENWOOD A HOUGHTALING MMcription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Uttered at the Postotflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail OUR FLAG God made the stars of beauty Their lustre, white and bright. Was taken with the heaven's blue Fair Freedom's land to light. Then white of peace and purity, Worth more than richest golds, Was gathered, Oh, so gently there In ever broadening folds And then the red of dawning day Was mingled with the white And red and white and heaven's blue United were for right. Then over all of Freedom's land, This land between the seas. Old Glory—yea, the Stars and Stripes Was given to the breeze. —Erwin F. Wilmerding THE VALLEY CITY WAY A real estate firm in Michigan re cently sent here for an abstract. It was furnished promptly In the regu lar course of business. When the an stract reached its destination the manager of the real estate firm wrote back that they paid on a...

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. — 12 August 1915

•)t u: Jh !&:''' \"Vf 4 4 4 r- .' tr ,rVV Beach, Aug. 4.—A thrilling exper ience is narrated by T. E. Hudson, of the Farmers and Merchants Bank, •who while in the Horse Creek coun try with J. E. Jones, of Valley City, adjusting hail losses in that part of the valley, found himself in the path of a cyclone and was forced to run away from it with his car at a good speed in order to secure shelter of a root-house about a mile from the point he was at when his party be came aware of the approaching phe nomenon. The cyclone first appeared in the shape of a man's arm but quickly as sumed a funnel shape and was rapidly coming in their direction.. There were nine people in this party and they at once boarded the automobile and a rapid speed struck for the root cellar. On the hill close to the root-cellar, the, party stopped to get a good view of the approaching cyclone, which did Muffins By Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine. When muffins are on the b...

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. — 12 August 1915

ry» ,n„ I »ME POUR PICK YOUR CORN WHEN IT GLAZES "Just as soon as your corn glazes, pick it and carefully dry it," is the advice that the North Dakota Experi ment station people are giving to farmers in the state just at this time. They are also telling the farmers to save all the 1914 corn they have on hand. All this advice is for the pur pose of guarding against a shortage of northern seed for 1916 planting. This proposition is worrying the farmers of this state more than any thing else at the present time but according to the experiment station officials the matter is not hopeless yet by any means. All depends on the length of time the frost remains away. This will have to be at least a month longer as the excessively cool •weather of the spring has delayed the corn fully that length of time. There never was a time when corn looked better than it does right now and it is growing rapidly and should the frost fail to put in an appearance "until as late as it did last year, in the g...

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. — 12 August 1915

I »f .Ja 1 n4 •M 4 j.m: M.*',.. -A'^ .-• ••.'A' THE CITY Mrs. Lillian Webster is visiting with friends in Voltaire. 0. T. Hart returned home Saturday and spent Sunday with his family. Mrs. C. G. Johnson, of Hankinson, is a guest this week at the J. V. John son home. Miss Alice Bemis, of Courtenay, was a guest of Miss Christian Larson Sun day. W. T. Simson and W. H. Price, of Wimbledon, made a business trip to our city Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Potter, of Casper, spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Spicer, leaving Monday morning for their home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Flory, of Oris ka spent Sunday in the city. While here they visited their daughter, Miss Lenore, who is attending the summer cession at the Normal. E. C. Pollard and family and A. P. Hanson and family, of Litchville, were In the city Sunday and enjoyed a pic nic supper in the Chautauqua park with Dr. C. E. Spicer and family. W. G. Hodge, formerly an employe of the Middlewest Insurance company here, wag an arrival ...

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. — 12 August 1915

PAGE SIX £r'," few'' Nearly 18 nationalities were repre sented in the pageant music of their native land was played on fife, cym bal, tom-tom, drums and harps. Eight military bands yielded circus melo dies and there were two immense steam calliopes which played such tunes as "Back to the Carolina I Love," "When You Wore A Tulip," etc. There were upwards of a hun dred mounted knights and ladies in costume of court. The circus reached here Satur day before aaylight. The three long Drains of yellow cars were shunted Into convenient sidings of the N. P. failroad yards and soon the work of unloading began. As fast as the great red and yellow wagons were rolled from the flat cars, teams of powerful draft horses hauled them to tlie circus grounds. The first wagon to be unleaded was the one containing the immense steel cooking ranges, which was followed by the refrigera tor and other wagons pertaining to the «ook house. On the circus grounds the tents be gan to nose their way into the air l...

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. — 12 August 1915

I' I :|f $$!bI Devote Page of August Issue to Story of Boys' and Girls' Encampment—High Praise for Our Work. I In the Aug. 1 number of the North Dakota Farmer, published at Aber deen, S. D., E. 0. Rudolph devotes a full page to an article on the Valley City Chautauqua, under the heading "With the Boys and Girls at Valley €ity, N. D." The article was illus trated by five double-column half tones and several more were scatter ed through the issue. It is an article which will do much to bring Valley City and Barnes county to the atten tion of a large number of people in the states of the middle west. The artcle is as follows: "Gee! I sure hate to leave here— I've had the best time of my life at this camp and believe me, I'm going to work hard so that I can come back again next year." That was the con census of opinion of every boy and girl who was a member of the Boys' and Girls' Camp at Valley City, N. D., this year. They broke camp Sunday, July 11, after two weeks' camp on the Chau t...

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. — 12 August 1915

PAGE EIQHT ft?:- fM GETCHELL PRAIRIE PICKUPS •j The Misses Golda Downs and Lil lian Ford entertained the members of their Sunday school class at the home of Miss Ford last Wednesday. J. H. Whitcher gladdened the hearts of his youthful relatives by taking a party of them to the big circus Sat urday. Miss Eva White, who has been visit ing friends and relatives in our neigh borhood, returned to Valley City. Miss Augusta White entertained the Misses Eva White, Ida Ratzlaff, Nellie Whitcher and Mrs. S. E. Harper at tea "Wednesday evening. Mrs. J. R. Getchell and Miss Hanson spent a few days in town this week visiting at the home of Miss Deem. Two auto loads of relatives and friends came down from Cooperstown Thursday and spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whitcher. Miss Nellie Whitcher accompanied them home, returning to Valley City Saturday. Rev. Atkinson, of Sanborn, lectured in the Getchell church Friday evening. Mrs. J. R. Getchell and guest, Miss Caroline* Hanson, Mrs. ...

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. — 12 August 1915

ROGERS WALKS ALL OVER TBE LOCAL PLAYERS A game of baseball was played at the grounds north of the city Sunday afternoon between the Rogers team and an aggregation representing Val ley City. This had been arranged as a benefit game to close the season and help out the depleted treasury of the Valley City team. However, the plan •was not very successful and the at tendance was small. The game was too one-sided to be interesting, al though there was some good baseball in spots, but for the rest we will draw the curtain. Wallace was secured from Brinsmade to do the hurling for Valley City, and some kind of a catch er dropped in from Jamestown to take up the burden as receiver. When the Rogers bunch was not hitting safe they were helped along by juicy er rors, and the score of 13 for Rogers and 1 for Valley City is a very accur ate account of the pastiming. A hot one that took a bad bound got by Becker at third and a run was scored for Valley City, saving a shut out. SPIKE ALMOST PUTS EY...

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. — 12 August 1915

pr*T IT PAGE TEN LEAL LEGENDS Dazey Commercial, Aug. 6: The D. of H. lodge held a special business ses sion at the lodge hall Saturday after noon. Several of the Wimbledon people at tended the missionary lecture at this place Friday evening. Mrs. Pinkham, of Beach, N. D., has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Burl 5arr, the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Austin, Mrs. Jane Foulkes and Mrs. H. M. Pickett •were callers in Wimbledon Wednesday of last week. P. M. Abrahamson and family ar rived home Thursday morning after an extended visit in Minnesota. The trip .was made by automobile. G. W. Barchus narrowly escaped an automobile accident Saturday evening while driving to town. A wheel came off the auto, but as he was not driv ing fast there were no serious results. Many from Leal attended the dance given in the new barn on the Hender son farm. The Sanborn orchestra fur nished the music. A large crowd was in attendance and everyone reported a splendid time. It was rather cloudy about ...

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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