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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 July 1913

v, 1 T. i.: l»AQE TWELVE. Drowning of Boy Yesterday at Oriska YOUNG LAD DROWNED WHILE SWIMMING IN POND AT BRACK ET—BODY RECOVERED. (From Wednesday's Daily.) Nonn Becker, son of M. W. Becker of Oriska, was drowned Tuesday tafternoon late, while swimming in a large reservoir at Bracket, three miles east of Oriska. The lad, with a number of other ^playmates had walked to Bracket to swim during the afternoon, and re moving his clothing started to play «n the bank. While close to the edge fee slipped, and falling, dropped into 'the reservoir in about fifteen feet of water. The boys playing with him made frantic efforts to give him help, but be dank almost at once, and the body was not recovered until midnight last aright. The accident seems doubly sad from the fact that the BecKer home mas struck by lightning and burned with all of its contents last Friday. Flying Machine Makes Its First Appearance METCALFE AEROPLANE READY FOR FLIGHT WITH EXCEPTION OF A FEW DEFECTS. iFrom Wednesday's Dai...

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 July 1913

YOU who have spent much money and time in trying to get relief for your Eyes— YOU who ore wearinc glasses but do not have the comfort you should have— YOU who suffer daily from eve defects, which rack oour mental and ner vous system- ShOUld Not Delay In Calling on BUTLER EYCSIIHT SPECIALIST Phone 377 Valley City, N. D. 5th Ave. N. THE CITY FROM MONDAY'S DAILY A large crowd of* enthusiastic ad mirers enjoyed the band concert In the park yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Hutchinson of Rhame, is spending the week the guest of Mrs. F. A. Barchus. Mrs. P. M. Abrahamson of Leal, spent Sunday in the city the guest of friends. H. J. Roden and family of New Rockford, were guests in the city yesterday. Farmers who began plowing under wheat In June are sorry now that there is in eight a fairly good crop, even on the less promising places. James Grady and Master Ainslie re turned this morning from Minneapolis where they have been the past week. Mr. Grady attended the Bankers' Cur rency meeting held...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 July 1913

$rr' I I 1 I I', I I I II ,', 1/ 1 FAOt FOURTEEN ntEMIUMS 1 IN BARNES CO. ty Agricultural Society Fair and com- prises what was without doubt the test display ever shown at the county fair. The women are taking a very active interest in matters of this kind now and the interest is increasing as evidenced by their splendid display. Apron, fancy white, Martha Sebby, first $1.00. Apron, fancy white, Mrs. E. A. Sei man, second, 50c. Bag, fancy embroidered in silk, Mrs. Herman Stern, first, $1.00. Bag, fancy embroidered in cotton, Laura Benson, first $1.00. Bag, fancy embroidered in connot, Mrs. E. A. Seiman, second, 50c. Bag, crochet, Mrs. first, $1.00. Bag, beaded, Jean Smith, first, $1. Bean work, Mrs. Clarence Vogel, first, $1.00. Bead work, Mrs. Oscar Mason, sec ond, 50c. Buttonholes, Mrs. Sid Ellis, first, $1.00. Cross Stitch, Anna Anderson, first, $1.00. Collar crochet, Mrs. A. Sternberg, first, $1.00. Collar crochet, Mrs. Frank Walker, .second, 50c. Collar and cuff set, Mrs. J. H...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 July 1913

Co. Returned Last Evening After II Days in Camp •GOVERNOR REVIEWS TROOP8 SUNDAY—THREE FEDERAL OF FICERS PRESENT. (From Tuesday's Daiy.) Company returned last evening After 11 days in camp at Devils Lake Tbe boys are all looking well and stated that they had a pleasant time while in camp. The annual encampment of the .North Dakota National Guard closed .yesterday. The first of the troops left Devils Lake at 10 o'clock and the last company left at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon. The camp was the most quiet and orderly in the history of the organiza tion and the best possible results were obtained from the work which was done during the week. Company. "B" of Fargo, arrived ihome at 8 o'clock on their special train with Company "I" of Wahpeton, and the regimental band from Lisbon. All the members of the company and the officers expressed themselves as being highly pleased with the 11 days' •work. Captain Geary, who spent the last few days in camp, was decidedly im pressed with the orderly c...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 July 1913

PAQK SIXTEEN CORRESPONDENCE GETCHELL PRAIRIE. There will be an Ice cream and "berry bocI&I at the Getchell church Friday evening. Everybody welcome. lira. WE White will go to Goose lake Tuesday to visit at the home «f Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith. "Mr* Hans Bergan has been spend ing a week at her farm home. Mr. and Mrs. Neuman and family of Valley City were guests at Elm -Grove Farm Sunday evening. Millie, Miriam. Josephine and Levi -Getchell were guests of Miss Hazel "Chllberg Sunday. Our Interests in missions Was great ly Increased last Thursday by a large attendance at the meeting, a beautiful Ay, an interesting program, and such a lunch as only Mrs. Martin can serve. Rev. Farrer has arrived and preach ed his first sermon in the Getchell church Sunday last. The people of Qetehell are very glad to again have -m pastor. They are planning to meet at the parsonage today (Tuesday) to .clean the buildings, yard and garden »o that everything will be in order when Mrs. Farrer and children...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 31 July 1913

SECTION ONE VOL. XXXV.,-NO. 18. Col. E. c. Geary Dead Prominent Pioneer of State END CAME SUDDENLY SATURDAY —WON DISTINCTION AS SOL DIER—HELD MANY POSI- TIONS OF HONOR. Fargo, July 28.—Colonel E. C. Geary one of the best known and most re spected of Fargo's citizens, died at( bis bom© Saturday evening at 6:20 o'clock after a brief illness. He was 72 years old. Colonel Geary suffered a stroke of apoplexy about two years ago and was in poor health for some time after that but until recently has been well and able to be around all of the time. A short time ago he was taken ill with a complication of diseases and has been very low until yesterday when he seemed to be rallying and In 1883 Colonel Gearey removed to Fargo to become the receiver of the United States land office, which posi tion he occupied for fovir years. Dur ing the early years of his residence in Fargo he studied law and was ad mitted to the bar in 1885. Colonel Gearey was always an ac tive and loyal worker in the Grand ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 31 July 1913

•iitmma PAGE TWO t: Valley City Times Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA L. P. HYDE Editor and Manager Subscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the postoffice in Valley City, No. Dak., as second class mall Matter. Official Paper of City and County A STATE INSTITUTION. The following editorial from a re tent issue of the Fargo Courier-News, exactly expresses the views of a large sumber of Valley City and Barnes county people regarding the recent Chautauqua Assembly. Ordinarily modesty prevents articles like these Irora an outsider is seized upon with from an outsiher is seized upon wi\h avidity. North Dakotans, and those in the southeastern section of the state in .particular, may take justifitable pride In the Chautauqua which has but re cently been brought to a close for ihis season at Valley City. The Valley City Chautauqua under its present management has assumed the pro portions of a state institution. The •riginal Chautauqua ideas and aims lave been worked out to the full...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 31 July 1913

County Commissioners Official Proceedings County Auditor's office, Valley City, N. D., July 1st, *1913. The following wrants were is sued by the Au'l1tor as provided for by law and is per resolution of the County Commissioners: Ohas. W. Nelson, salary coun ty auditor $ 200.00 M. H. Nelson, salary county auditor deputy 85.00 May BailHe, salray county au ditor clerk 75.00 Jessie E, Torkelson, salary county auditor clerk 51.00 Anna E. Lee, salary county auditor clerk 26.40 Thos. A. Collin®, salary coun treasurer 200.00 -Henry E. Nelson, salary coun ty treasurer deputy 85.00 O. M. Roe, salary register of deede 166.66 Anna Ramseth, salary regis ter of deeds deputy 85.00 Julia Iverson, salary register of deede clerk 65.00 H. C. Stenehoel, salary sher iff 200.00 James Kelly, salary sheriff deputy 85.00 Fred King, salary sheriff dep uty 85.00 Clara 'Stenshoel, salary sher iff bookkeeper 30.00 Minnie J. Nielson, salary su perintendent of schools 166.66 Annie G. Baillie, salary, Supt. of scho...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 31 July 1913

PAGE FOUR !i'' fr/V Dakota Dogs Will Get Late Start in Training for Meet Towner, N. D., July 24.—Profession al dog trainers cannot work in this state earlier than Aug. 15. Represen tatives of the American field trial «lubs took the matter up with the North Dakota Game and Fish board, boping to get the lid raised sufficient ly early to permit dogs to be trained Aug. 1. The all-American field trials are to Je run off here Sept. 2. It was con tended that it was not possible to tondition and acclimate the dogs from Aug. 15 and have them in the best condition by Sept. 2. A number of the professionals from the eastern «and southern states are now training in Manitoba, Which permits dogs Afield after July 15. The dogs will be brought here the latter half of Au gust. KISSING IN PARK UPHELD. Small Boys Who Interrupt Are Mean, Philadelphia Court Rules. Philadelphia, July 24.—The annoy ing of sweethearts will be stopped, ,*nd Philadelphia will have in Fair mount park the greatest spooning grou...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 31 July 1913

OPTICAL REPAIRS 1 solder and rspair frames and mountings, supply temples and all broken and worn parts. Len up at a at el a quickly. Everything New In Optical Goode Frames, Mountings, Lenses, Eye Glass Chains, Eye Glass Reels, Eye Glass, Cases, etc. BY BUTLER CYESIIHT SPECIALIST Phone 377 Valley City, N. D. 5th Ave. N. THE CITY FROM MONDAY'S DAILY Orrin Short is spending several weeks with relatives at points in Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Howard of Mc Henry, visited with friends here yes terday. W. W. Smith returned this morning from points in Minnesota where he has spent the past week fishing. The members of the Episcopal Guild will give a lawn fete on the spacious grounds of the Episcopal .hall Wednesday evening. F. S. Booth of Berea, is here today on matters of business. E. L. Williams of Sanborn, is a bus iness caller here today. The Misses Annie Bailey and Anna Anderson left Sunday morning for home with her son in the evening. Herman Martinson of Dazey who sustained several f...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 31 July 1913

Py. PAGE 8IX Coanty Commissioners Official Proceedings (Continued from Page 3.) Paid out for servants for quar ter ending June 30th, 1913 268.10 Paid out for maintenance and repairs to building 939.45 Supplies oil hand April 1st.. 250.00 Total $ 2242.76 On motion duly seconded and car ried the report was accepted and or dered filed. The balance of the afternoon was spent checking vouchers and receipts and 'bank books in offices of the coun ty auditor and treasurer. On motion duly seconded and car ried the report of Thos. A. Collins, treasurer of Barnes county, for quar ter ending June 30th, 1913, was ac cepted as follows: "To balance April 1st. 1913 240650.00 Collections as follows: State revenue 571.20 State bond interest 18.93 State bond sinking 20.55 State maintenance of schools 189.26 State wolf bounty 10.72 State bovine tuberculosis ... 9.05 State glandered horses 18.09 State fines 11.00 State bail insurance 266.70 Interest on school land con tracts 734.95 Lease of school lands...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 31 July 1913

16 lo! 16* u* jj' 12! 16' 5 g' 17 17' 26^ 10* 26* 11 26* 12: 26: 13, 26, 4i 14 26 15^ 2%, 16, 26, 1 jyt 2! 27! 41 g* 11 27' 27* 1 5' 27] g' 27 1 7' 27' «. g' 27' g' 27] .•"10* 27, ii* 27 12' 27 1 ijj* 27 1^' 27] I "III .' .- V.. ,. '.V'',"" NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT FOR WATER MAINS. Whereas, It is necessary to raise the sum of $1032.20 to.defray the ex pense incident to the construction of a water main commencing at the inter section of Sixth Avenue and Conklin Avenue, thence north on Sixth Avenue to the intersection of Sixth Avenue and Grant Avenue, the terminal of said water si'ftiDs t^crcforB Be It Resolved, That for the purpose of raising the sum aforesaid, the following benefited lots be and they are hereby assessed as follows, to-wit: Lot 7 Block 16, Roots's Addition to Valley City,,N. $ 39.80 1 6 3 9 8 0 9 11 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County ofBarnes.—ss. We, the undersigned Special Assessment Commission of the City of Val ley City, Barnes County, North Dak...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 31 July 1913

PAGE EIGHT V. FORT RICE SITE DEDICATED TO STATE IN ELABORATE PROGRAM Sham Battle With Indians a Feature of the Occasion—Many Old Timers Join In Carrying Out Ceremony. The ceremonies that marked the day at Fort Rice on Sunday have passed into history. Governor Hanna received the deed to the plot of ground that was dedicated and car ried it to the archives of the Histori cal Society. It was a beautiful day, a big day, a gala day. The weather •was perfect, the crowd cheerful and the program finely carried out. Prob ably there were two thousand white people and four hundred Indians pres ent. The military companies from Bismarck and Mandan, the Catholic Cadet, the Boy Scouts and the State Training School band also added to the festivities of the occasion. Seven cars left! Bismarck for the dedicatory exercises at Fort Rice on Sunday and all were filled. Nearly 350 tickets were sold at the local depot and probably as many more at Mandan. Here seven more cars were added, and the train waite...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 31 July 1913

SECTION TWO VOL. XXXV., NO. 18. Owner of Buildings Should Heed the New Gambling Law Quite a number of letters are com ing to the office inquiring about the scope of the gambling law and some few complaints that gambling still continues, and also that at fairs, street carnivals and shows gambling is allowed. One complaint says that a states attorney advised that pad dle wheels where vases and toy dogs went to the lucky number, was not gambling and allowed the numerous gambling devices to operate after looking them over. The new gambling law was drawn by competent lawyers and the intent was to miake it all inclusdive as to gambling. Some of the language is as follows: "Any house, building, room, or place where any table, cards dice, or any article or apparatus whatever, useful or intended to be used ia playing any game of cards or faro, or other game of chance upon which property or money is usually wagered, or where persons resort or are permitted to resore for gambling." This is cle...

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. — 31 July 1913

PAGE TEN J. H. Sampson was on the mound for the Fats and Jack Mclntyre for tbe Leans. Judge Moe played second base so effectively ithat only one man dole second and put out five men on jecond base. Doc. Martin on 1st made a double flay by catching a liner off the bat. Morsbach, catcher, in all the smooth •esB of a leaguer, made a three base lit. Onei thrilling move of the game Jy the Fats was the real leaguer slide made by Herman Cook wfhen he «Hd into 2nd after rolling over three times landing safely on 'bis feet and •rinning his goal. Excitement was pitched up the high est when the Faits kept Vic Swanson between 2nd and 3rd toy throwing the ball back and fourth but Vic with all 4he fortitude of a marathon runner oatwinded the heavys and succeeded in reaching Ms base. Jack Mclmtrye on 2nd trying to «teal home was caught in a clever »anner between Ed and Morsbach on home base. MANSFIELD. Frank Stillings had the neighbors in Monday to help him raise his new bouse. Miss Emma Carlson, ...

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. — 31 July 1913

Cqmty Commissioners Official Proceedings (Continued from Page 6, Sec. 1.) Raritan 10 Binghampton 10 Thordenskjold 02 Alta 1.10 Noltimier 3.75 3rd Comr. Dist 02 Skandia '.20 Green .04 Dacey 10 Boeebud 18 Potter 1.00 Anderson .22 Lake Town 10 Mansfield 10 Eckelson 1.20 On motion duly seconded and car horses ried, it was ordered that the Heimes estate in Mansfield township be assessed for 8 horses at $37.00 each, 1296.00 and agricultural tools at 174.00 making a total assessment of $370.00. CATTLE ON15 YEAR OLD Rais. Red. Cuba 20 Alta 20 Baldwin 15 Marsh 07 4th Comr. Dist 04 Stewart 02 Svea 1 05 Anderson 04 Lake Town 15 Mansfield .....18 Eckelson 20 TJxbridge -20 Pierce 1' Village of Nome 20 CATTLE TWO YEARS OLD Weimer -02 Marsh 02 Skandia 30 Rogers Meadow Lake .05 Uxbridge 25 COWS Weimer -0' Getchell Spring Creek .04 Svea 02 Lake Town 02 ALL OTHER CATTLE Raritan 80 Oriska 13 Cuba 13 Grand Prairie *05 Marsh 15 Getchell .25 Spring Creek 13 Skandia 33 Hobart -33 Svea 80 Hemen .33 Potter ...

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. — 31 July 1913

.& PACE TWELVE. t- The Siege of The Seven Suitors By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Copyright, 1910, by Meredltb Nicholson SYNOPSIS Hartley Wiggins ia In love with Cecilia Holllater. His friend Arnold Ames meeta •a elderly lady at the Asolando tea rooms. She la Cecilia's Aunt Octavla, an eccen trlo woman of wealth. She invites Ames to Hopefleld Manor. Ames is fascinated ky VnuKjesj^i, a tea room girl. Am£s "seeksplans~o*f The Kouse, but finds Aut Octavla has just secured them. Ce eCUa's suitors are jealous of Ames. .Ames assures Cecilia that Hezeklah Is not in' love with Wiggins. Ames makes Another effort to catch the ghost. (Continued from Last Issue.) the conversation that I could' reach no conclusion as to her feeling toward Wiggins or Hezeklah Holllster. and. as for Cecilia, I was unable to determine whether she was a prisoner at Hope Held Manor or the willing and devoted companion of her aunt. In this bewildered state of' mind, •while we lingered over our coffee, the servant appeared w...

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. — 7 August 1913

VOL. XXXV. NO. 19. ... !V K'fe Perhaps the most exciting perform ance of the evening is the riding in the Motordrome, where two riders who are really "daredevils for speed," cir cle an inclined track at a speed of from forty to sixty and seventy miles an hour. The enclosure is extremely small for such a performance, and the incline has a pitch of about 70 percent. In order for the riders to make the cir cle they must first attain a speed of at least forty miles an hour, or the ma chines will fall to the ground of their own weight. Many who saw the riding declared that it was well worth teo times the price of admission. Owing to the fact that one of the machines fell, while in use in Regina last Friday, there are at present only two riding, but after Wednesday the repairs will have been received, and there will then be three of the track. Next to the Motordrome is the per forming animal tent, where a first class wild animal show is given twice daily. A large crowd saw the first per f...

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. — 7 August 1913

PAGE TWO Valley City Times Record •ALLEY 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 matter. Official Paper of City and County RAISING CORN AND ALFALFA. Argument is no longer necessary to demonstrate that in diversified farm ing lies the chief hope of the North west for steady development. The sin gle crop plan has been outgrown, and progressive farmers are no longer put ling all their eggs in one basket. The process of diversification has been go ing on for some time in the parts of Minnesota that have been longest set tled, as the remarkable growth of the •dairy interests of the State shows. But the raising of cattle and hogs for the market has lagged, despite the great profits to be derived therefrom. The Dakotas, which like Minnesota started as wheat States, have made progress in diversification. They are BOW raising cattle and hogs and reap ing the advantages of ...

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. — 7 August 1913

Doughnuts That will remain moist. Every housewife who bakes her own bread knows that if a little potato is added to the sponge, the bread will not dry out as quickly. In this redpe potato is utilized to make doughnuts that will remain moist and fresh for several days. will be found to have distinct ad vantages over any other Baking Powder for doughnuts. is a double acting baking powder with which a large batch of doughnuts may be mixed and fried a few at a time. The last will be as light and nice as the first Potato Doughnuts By Mrs. Nevada Briggs, of Baking School fame. 31 cups flour: 2 eggs 1 cup sugar level teaapoonfula Baking Powder tea- tpoonful salt $ teaspoonful mace 1 cup cold mashed potato: cup milk, or more Sift three times, the flour, salt, spice and baking Powder. Beat eggs with rotary beater, then still using rotary beater, grad ually add sugar, then work in the mashed potato with a spoon and alternately add milk and flour mixture. Make a soft dough, roll Into a sheet, ...

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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