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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 26 June 1913

Combination price LOT 2—Coat, values up to Pattern Hat, value up to Combination price Combination price Combination price Csmptoto Dm •f tht fMMNt C.B. Cscstts $1-00 ft $5.00 That the Valley City Chautauqua Association is determined to develop a great Agricultural Department—A summer University for farmers, their wives, sons and daughters—in South eastern North Dakota—is evidently the fact that this year they will have a Farm Boys Encampment, numbering 130, under the management of Prof. Thomas Cooper, of the Better Farm ing Association a Farm Girl's En campment of like number .a Dairy Mid-Summer Bargain Time Is Here And we are going to offer you an oppor­ tunity to fit yourself out with a new Coat and a pattern Hat at less than the price of the Coat. Just see what this COMBINATION SALE will mean to you. We have divided our big bargains into four combinations: LOT i—Coats, made of all the latest materials, values up to Pattern Hat A saving of $17.00 to you. A saving of $15.00 to you....

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. — 26 June 1913

PAGE POUR 78c 39c 98c 9c 12c 98c WRITES ON CHILD WELFARE Conference to be held at Valley City Chautauqua in charge tf Dr. Acher of the State Normal School. "He who helps a child helps human, ity with an immediateness which no other help given to human creatures in any other stage of human life can possibly give again," says Philip Brooks, and so believe the workers in the present movement for child wel fare. A dozen years ago we heard little about child health, school hygiene, school nurses, and the many devices BOW used in promoting the idea of kealthy children. Dr. Ayers says the 'vork has been forced on the school "by three of the strongest allies that ever contributed to the work of so cial reform. These there were (a) the child with the contagious, .(b) the backward child, and (c) the tu berculous child." The movement to* better the condi tion of iv re ha a to mind the old maxim "an ounce of pre Tention Is worth a pound of cure" £nd •ocial workers Including mothers aid^ teacher...

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. — 26 June 1913

WW&r You Will See Better Feel Better and Look Better If your glasses are fitted by BUTLER EYESIQHT SPECIALIST Phone 377 Valley City, N. D. 5th Ave. N. THE CITY FROM MONDAY'S DAILY Several automoblile loads drove to Spiritwood Lake and spent the day, yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cross'of Hamil ton, Minn., spent Sunday In Valley City visiting with A. L. Tenney* and family. Editor Charles Stevens of the Hope Pioneer was in town this morning and while in town secured a camping site at' the Chautauqua grounds for the entire seventeen days of program. Editor C. C. Lowe of LaMoure was In town Sunday between trains, on his way home from the Grand Forks Edi torial meeting.' P. A. Anderson came up from Valley City and spent several days the lat ter part of last week visiting at the home of his sons, west of town.—Fin gal Herald. Miss Annie Croonquist, a Normal student accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Lum and family to Kensal yester day where they an spent the day, driving home this morning...

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. — 26 June 1913

&\1 1/] f,? %:l: #A«C SIX k-,' £•«*,. •jiV f. il •?. "i IX 4 -*tr: *K: ft Defense in the Anderson Murder Trial Begins the Presentation ot Evidence In Surprisingly Brief Address Attorney Bangs Outlines Defense—Said That the Defense Would Offer But Very Perry Wahl is the deputy sheriff, who has had the accused in custody since the case opened for trial, and who was evidently momentarily ad vent when the unexpected adjourn iiient was fixed, through an agreement of the"attorneys, and granted by Judge Crawford. The state having rested, the jury lutvlng viewed all of the premises of the Funk and Andergon homes, Fri dayevening, the defense under the •direction of Attorney Bangs, had the case in hand when court opened Sat urday .morning. The veteran attorney for the de fense recalled A. B. Chapin, the aged feullet expert to the stand, to draw James Reiberg Nursing Sore dead (From Saturdajr'i Daily.) James Reiberg is suffering with sev eral bruises and James Garney is in jail charged wit...

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. — 26 June 1913

No Sale Like This Ever Before All our new spring goods just received—that makes no differ ence—they must go out. New Spring Suits for men New York's latest creations. We do not want a cent's profit. Will we do it? Yes! c|i)C (lliality, Men's Clothing Suits, guaranteed all wool. Were *7 A CI $10.00 just to get the COIN quick .L •TO Suits, worsted, hand-made button holes, hand felled collars, hand padded shoulders, O QO $12, just to get the COIN quick ... OiljO Suits, guaranteed pure wool, hand tailored, $14 just to get the COIN XX 43 Suits—Our $16 Suits are one of the greatest lines ever brought to yalley City. They can't Tie duplicated anywhere for $16 ffc AA just to get the COIN quick Avl«\JU Suits—Our $18 Suits, hand tailored, equal to the finest tailored garments, $18 -J ri Qffr just to get the COIN quick JLOtkJkJ Suits—$20 Suits, hand tailored, mohair lining', linen canvas, wool padding, equal to any cus tom tailored $30 garment just to get the COIN quick Suits—Our $22 Suits, cu...

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. — 26 June 1913

Fw VOLUME I. Sincerity and Service Tbeme of SeniorSermon REV. ROWLI&ON OPENED TWEN TY-FIRST ANNUAL COMMENCE MENT EXERCISES SUNDAY. Denying that the American people •are worshipping the almighty dollar more than truth, sincerity, honor and service, Rev. C. C. Rowlison, of Iowa City, la., begun his sermon "Our Credentials" before the senior class and a large audience in the Normal ^auditorium last Sunday evening. "If you are going out to present your diploma as your credentials," Ifcld the speaker, "they will be put aside and the question will be: "What can you.do?" It is no longer asked: what is your creed, but what are you? You are therefore not seeking for success, but for fruitfulness—Service. We are not so much worshiping the God of suc cess, but the God of sincerity, honor and service. This God is manifesting himself in the great educational insti tutions and mighty enterprises of hu manity. God is olonger looking upon as a King, but as a Mighty Democrat. "As you go out into...

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. — 26 June 1913

SECTION TWO VOL. XXXV NO. 13. LOCAL ElKS LOOSE CAPTURE FIRST PRIZE AWARDED BK STATE ASS'N Beautiful Banner Brought Home This Morning— Exalted Ruler Lee Combs Greatly Pleased With Attendance from Valley City. The Valley City Elks returned in their special train this morning at 1 a. m., bearing with them the first prize awarded by the State Association at the convention at Jamestown yester day. The prize was offered and given for the best showing in number, ap pearance and deportment, and was competed for by all the lodges of the state. The judges, however were un animous in their decision that Valley City Lodge No. 1110 made the best Showing of all the competing lodges and awarded the prize accordingly. The prize consisted of a beautifully prepared and embossed banner, which the local lodge will put up in it'B club room as a memento of the occasion. About 100 members belonging at Valley City were present at the con vention and took part in the meeting and the parade, and Exaulted Rul...

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. — 26 June 1913

PAGE TEN ,W '.•i.' .1-' Valley City Times Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA L. P. HYDE Editor and Manager Subscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the postofflce in Valley City, No. Dak., as second class mail natter. Official Paper of City and County A LOCAL MENACE With all of its safe guards against accident, and the fact that very few have taken place in Valley City, prac tically every crossing in the city is a menace to the citizens of the com munity, where automobiles and driving teams are likely to an experience such as that at Sanborn Saturday night. On Second avenue, freight cars are almost continually on either side of the track, abutting the street line, so that the track cannot be seen until a vehicle is directly in front of an ap proaching train. Day after day auto mobiles running with a noise above which an engine could not be heard, feurry across the tracks, on the chance Hit there is no train approaching. There have been a number of close es capes, but so far t...

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. — 26 June 1913

Aatos Collided Friday Evening VALLEY CITY MACHINE BADLY INJURED J. MONEK'8 CAR FRI DAY MORNING. Jamestown, June, 22.—Two autos collided Friday evening on Second street, but fortunately without serious damage to the occupants of the cars. John Monek bad just turned into the street from south Fourth avenue. His car was being run at a low rate of speed. A car, said to have been driven by Valley City people, was being driv en at a high rate of speed on Second street and ran into Mr. Monek's car, doing it considerable damage and in jury. The other car, a larger and more powerful machine, was not in jured materially and preceded upon Its way before the exact identity of the occupants could be ascertained. Editor, better known as "ShrimpB" L. P. Hyde of the Valley City Times Record', is another of the state editors who is doing hiB share in making the Press association a success. Mr. Hyde took the leading part besides directing the comic opera "The Princess Bon nie," recently given during ...

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. — 26 June 1913

I •:. 'Mi' PAGE TWELVE. Wit •V *nt SNAPSHOT BREVITIES. Chas McGee was a Valley City visi tor Monday evening. Mrs. C. H. McGee entertained the Weso Club Wednesday afternoon. Wm. Flora is enjoying a visit from Ms brother, Dr. Flora, of Indiana. Andrew Brudevold and family of Minnie Lake, autoed to Oriska and Valley City Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Osborne and sister Miss Leach of Valley City, visited at the C. H. McGee home last Froday. John Noak and family autoed to La Moure last Saturday where they visited relatives. They returned Mon day evening. Mat Swanson purchased a Ford tour" tag car from Nick Gauche last Satur day, and is spending quite a little time learning the finer points about the ma chine. John E. Hubbell of Lexington, Mass., Is here on his annual visit looking aft er his farm and other interests. Mr. Hubbell arrived Monday morning. Last Friday evening a strawberry and ice cream social was given at Wesley Chapel. There was a very large crowd present and the social was success in...

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. — 26 June 1913

Official Council Proceedings Valley City, N. D., May 5, 1913 Council Chambers, 8 o'clock, .m. Regular meeting of the Council. Called to order by Mayor Plgtou. All aldermen were found present upon roll call. The minutes of the meetings of April 14th and 15th, 1913, were read and approved. City treasurer Craswell presented a statement showing the condition of the city funds aB of May 1st, 1913, and on motion same was approved and ordered placed on file. The report of Police Magistrate Smith for the month of April, 1913, was presented together with check for $27.50 in payment for fines collect ed, and on motion same was accepted and ordered placed on file. The report of City Weigher Wylie for the month of April, 1913, showing fees earned of $14.50, was presented, and on motion same was approved and ordered placed on file. The report of Supt. Burbank for the month 'of March, 1913, was presented, and on motion the same was accepted and ordered placed on file. The City Auditor presented 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. — 26 June 1913

1 $vl ANDERSON CASE HEARING COM PLETION DEFENSE FURNISHES VERY CONFLICTING TESTIMONY WaBhburn, N. D., June 24.—Officers «C the First National bank, where ftuik was cashier, and Anderson now twliig tried for the murder of Punk, was clerk, state that Attorney Bangs, loading counsel for the defense, is lHdding in trust $28,000 worth of certi flcates belonging to Anderson. Ten thousand dollars worth of these cer tificates represent deposits in the Washburn State bank. It 1b rumored that Attorney Bangs received a $5,000 retainer fee and that Ida total fee will reach about $15,000 though that will include an appeal, should one be taken. Washburn, N. D., June 24.—Though the defense about completed its testi mony this afternoon, Attorney Banks did not rest his case, and the at torneys last night were speculating as to whether .or not Walford Anderson would be put on the stand today in his own defense, in the case wherein Jie is being tried for murder of Cashier Frank Funk on he evening of A...

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. — 26 June 1913

NOTICE* Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received up to and opened at 2 o'clock p. m. Tuesday, July 1st, 1913, for a Steel Bridge, 24 foot span across the Maple River between Sec tlon. 12, Township 143, Range 56, Barnes County and Section 7, Town' ship 143, Range 55, In Cass County. A certified check of $100.00 will be required of the successful bidder as well as ft suitable bond. Plans and specifications may be seen at the office of the County Audi tor on Tuesday, July 1st, 1913. By order of the County Commis sioners. C. W. NELSON, (Seal) Auditor Barnes County. N. D. Signed sealed and dated at Valley City, N. D., June 10th, 1913. 6-19-2tw NOTICE 1 Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received and opened at the office of the County Auditor of Barnes County for furnishing a wood en foot bridge across the Sheyenne River between Section 15 and 22 of Township 140, Range 58. Bids to be opened at 2 o'clock p. m. Tuesday,'July 1st, 1913. By order of the County Com...

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. — 26 June 1913

MXTSKN I I I I I I I I I I I I I The Flying jj Man !By Harry Irving Gr«cna a/ "TtMlUkOlCtfCIUMtUCI," "Bwlrn of tb« Snows" ^|Sl»f0aM.I«krBMir (Continued from Thursday.) In the deathlike stillness the wills* jer of North sounded thin and shrill js they drew their weapons. "We will toep about fifty yards apart, yet al ways in each other's sight Watch jm closely for signals and I will do the same by you. Now come." Slow Jy they advanced, scanning each pos sible place of retreat and choosing fheir way with the infinite caution of trawlers who traverse a^corridor in OfiT darSBSSb" Ot nJuTnlgor. In the tension of his suspense March could not feel his heart pounding heavily, fhe welrdness of the place was upon them with its spell, its silence throb bing In their straining ears, its chaos Infernal in its hideous desolation. Xto one side and below them wasa thou sand feet, so nearly sheer down that one night have almost tossed a peb Me into it, glinted the steel blue wa ters of Lake Talo, the...

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. — 3 July 1913

VOL. XXXV NO. 14. Farm Boys Here For Encampment NINETY-8IX YOUNG FARMER8 RE PORT WHEN BUGLE SOUND8 FOR MESS. (From Tuesday's Daiy.) Ninety-six boys answered the bug ler's call to "evening mess" at the "Farm Boys' encampment" in Mudgett Grove last evening. Tbe 96 appetites, sharpened by a day of tent raising and swimming in the Sbeyenne, made a big dent in the commissary supplies but no fears are entertained of the "grub" box going empty. The "Farm Boys' encampment" is being held under the auspices of the North Dakota Better Farming associa tion. It is the first time that such an encampment haB ever been held at any Chautauqua and is typical of the effort being made to bring the Valley City Chautauqua in direct relation to the people of North Dakota for their benefit. Other boys arrived on late trains last night and early trains today and it was expected that Reveille call this morning would be responded to by 115 boys, the full number expected.. The active work of the encampment beg...

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. — 3 July 1913

PAGE TWO Valley City Times Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA L. P. HYDE Editor and Manager Subscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the postofflce in Valley City, No. Dak., as second class mall •atter. Official Paper City and County AS VIEWED ABROAD. The United States has evidently been cut off from new capital from abroad. The London "Statist" com menting on this, says: "Inasmuch as at the present time (he United State sis on balance self contained in the matter of capital, it is apparent that the prosperity of the country would not suffer to any ser ious extent by any curtailment of for eign supplies of capital. Indeed, we regard the United States at the pres ent moment as in an exceptionally •ound position. Business is not in lated by any unusual influx of foreign sioney nor is it stimulated by any optimistic view of the future of the country. Nor, in recent years has there been any excessive expansion jfei trade activity. It is true that in the past twelve months the cou...

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. — 3 July 1913

"Old Settlers Day" at V. C. PREPARATIONS MADE FOR EN TERTAINMENT OF OLD SET TLERS ON PIONEER DAY JULY 10TH. Thursday, July lOtb, will be Old Settlers day at the Valley City Chau tauqua. An excellent program has been provided by the Chautauqua As sociation which together with the do ings of the Barnes County Pioneer Club should make this a gala day and will long be remembered by all who attend. Every old settler of the county should be on hand and get in the pic ture to be taken just after the dinner has been served. Coffee, cream, sugar and the neces sary dishes and tables will be furnish ed, and each Old Settler will bring a basket filled with good things to eat for themselves. A committee will be on hand to as sist in the serving and arranging for the dinner. Secretary I. J. Moe, of the Pioneer Club asks that each Old Set tler consider themselves "a committee of one" to call the attention of your "Pioneer neighbor" to the Old Settlers Picnic, at the Valley City Chautauqua Thursday...

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. — 3 July 1913

PAGE FOUR GEORGE SETZ FIRST VICTIM OF TRUNK SEWER THIS MORNING Weil-Known Normal Student Loses Life While Removing Cribbing—Ran Wrong Way When Danger Threatened. (From Thursday's Daily.) While*working on the big sewer dUtch which is finished almost to Main street west of the river, George Stetz Hast his life at 10:15 this morning. The banks gave way and from the po sition of the body when found it is supposed that he started to run when ke saw the dirt coming but that he itt in the wrong direction as the body was found several feet from vkere it was expected that it would le. As soon as the break was discover ed men at once began digging but it was not until 11 a. m. that the work men finally uncovered the body which bore every appearance of having met instant death. The body was found fa an upright position as though the arms had been raised to protect the Skce with the body slightly stooped. Eye witnesses state that two men ••ere working together when one left and went to the surf...

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. — 3 July 1913

lV 151 ryr-fV'-'*"^ FT! You Will See Better Feel Better and: Look Better If your glasses are fitted by BUTLER IYKSIMT SPECIALIST Phone 377 Valley City, N. D. 5th Ave. N. THE CITY PROM WEDNESDAY'S DAILY R. J. Craig and wife of Fargo are In the city visiting friends. H. P. Brown of Dazey is transacting business and visiting with friends here today. A. L. Ayliney la* another of the men from Jamestown who came here to see What Is being done in a real live town. Wm. Larsman of Daily is' in the city transacting business. Dr. Paul Featheratone will leave to night for Battle Lake where he will spend several days with his wife and son. C. Cadison and wife of Wimbledon was in the city yesterday and was reg istered at the Rudolf. Mrs. George Fridd and daughter, Gladys who have been spending the past nine months at Pomona, Cal., are expected home the fore part of next week. E O S Physician and Surgeon Phone Connections ORISKA, .' N. D. it Y: 'v: mfr.fst,T'»f?j'"!rtf|'T' if u" 1 1 R. D. Jones of...

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. — 3 July 1913

PACE SIX Boys Coming For Farm Encampment OF 105 BOYS FROM 11 COUNTIES APPOINTED, 69 WILL ARRIVE ON NEXT MONDAY. (Daily Chautauquan.) Of the 105 farm boys from North Dakota who received appointments to attend the Farm Boys' encampment at the Valley City Chautauqua this year, sixty-nine have sent their ac ceptances to Thomas Cooper, secretary of the North Dakota Better Farming association. The boys, in charge of commandant Homer E. Dixon of Fargo, who will maintain semi-military discipline over the camp, will reach the Chautauqua grounds Monday morning. Monday will be given over to the registration of the members of the R. R. TIMETABLE NORTHERN PACIFIC. East Bound. No. 2 11:28 p. m. No. 4 2:08 p. m. No. 6 7:57 a. m. No. 8 8:06 p. m. No. 120 5:32 p. m. West Bound. No. 1 7 22 p. m. No. 3 7:34 a. m. No. 5 7:36 p. m. No. 7 9:59 a. m. No. 119 8:27 p. it. Numbers 1 and 2 High Bridge. WIU V. camp. The real work will begin the next day. The work embraces the task of getting a rudimentary know...

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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