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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 25 July 1912

1 T' r, •«,:• ^"v tt§£SKi |:"f -'if #. l:,-' I-: ?r? r. kr £Z* •*, -ftfr S^t'C S j*?.3c5- v-* Mm VOL. XXXIV. NO. 17. Sadlers Make Hit at„, Chautauaua Park AUDIENCES ARE ENTHUSIASTIC OVER BENEFITS TO BE OBTAIN* FROM HEALTH LECTURES. (From Saturday'* Daily.) Campers and visitors at the Valley €ifcy Chautauqua are enthusiastic over the practical lectures given by Dr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Sadler, Anna B. Kellogg, trained nurse, and SaTah Mildred Will mer, and the crowd -which hear them wi'll grow in number until the end of the Chautauqua. This number is advertised as the big feature of the Chautauqua pro gram, and if the first lectures yester day afternoon and last evening are a criterion, they will live up to their advertisements. Dr. Sadler demonstrates that he is a practical physician, not a faddist. He confines himself to plain words in his talks and his language can be un derstood and his directions carried out even by school children. A prac ticing physician in Chicago, 'Dr. Sadler tak...

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. — 25 July 1912

FAGfc TWO "N Valley City Times Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. L. P. HYDE Editor and Manager. Subscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the ooatoffice in Valley City, No. Dak., as second class mail matter. Official Paper of City and County. The advertisements are essentially a newspaper themselves. No news dispatch from Washington or London comes home so closely as the things affecting home life that are being dnoe in our stores day by day. Business has its events, it crises, its opportunities, like the bigger life played on the national stage. When a merchant, after a tussle with man ufacturers and importers, gets a 'block of goods at a low price that has a high value, it is an event far more intimately connected with home life than most of the news that news papers print. 'When he finds that through his own error of judgment, or because of sea sonal conditions beyond human con trol, he has overstocked, and must close out to turn his goods to cash, that too is a (public e...

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. — 25 July 1912

Tr5 11 •e slip®®' Board of Equalization (Continued from Page Two. Grand Prairie ... Skandia Hobart Anderson (Lake Town Pierce Village of Dazey iMvi •ipe .20 .20 .100 .07 .45 .06 .90 WAGONS, CARRIAGES, IJTC. (Raritan .75 r. Binghampton Spring Vale Oriska •Weimer Hobart .20 Bogerg 331-3 Potter 35 Lake Town .... 33-1-3 Eckelson .100 Village of Sanborn .60 Village of Dazey .40 Village of Litchville 33 1-3 .10 105 .03 .08 PIANOS. Binghampton Spring Vale Oriska Weimer .... Minnie Lake Ellslbury Thordenskjold Cuba Alta Baldwin Oakhill Nelson Marsh Fourth Com Gethchell Third Com Sibley-trail Spring Creek Skandia Green Hobart Stewart Rogers Dazey Rosebud Svea Hemen Potter Anderson Edna Lake Town Greenland Meadow Lake Mansfield Brimer Uxbridge Village of Sanborn ... Village of Dazey Village of Rogers Village of Nome Village of Litchville .. Village of Wimbledon City of Valley City ... Inc. Dec. .10 .15 .15 .15 .25 .15 .15 .65 .180 .10 .15 .16 .10 .15 .10 .200 .15 .15 .10 ".15 .60 .25 .15 .15 ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 25 July 1912

M«i rouw 0 0 IB 6 0 mz The object o« «hU W, NAME ADDRESS NOMINATED BY ADDRESS AUTOMOBILES FREE! 14 PRIZES Circulation Campaign Starts Thursday, July 25 NOMINATION BLANK Good for l.OOO Votes FIRST CAPITAL PRIZE NOMINATE YOURSELF. OF A FRIEND Circulation Campaign Department, The Daily Times-Record. I hereby nominate as a candidate in your Circulation Campaign: Send Necessary Blanks and Instructions NOTE Not over Five 'Nomination Blanks will be accepted for any one (Candidate. Only a limited number of Nominations will be accepted, so send in yours at once. $1,400 Everett—5 Passenger To\iring Car Will be on Exhibition at Reidman Au.to Agency within the next few days. OBJECT OF THIS CAMPAIGN SfnThoPa™H?eVm".?mbitiou\ S State. Remember this is a big b^^PXSle prizeswhileyoufu?i™lXe subscriptions (new or old*, than a little of your spare time. We ]["rnis ments A^QUARE DEAL TO ALL, is the motto of the contest, which can be secured during your ™°™5nd Ihere ^il no favorites. That each candidat...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 25 July 1912

tiAQK SIX 'r (From Friday's Daiily) Large crowds attended the Chau tauqua yesterday to hear the Sadlers and the University Girls. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Sadler and Anna B. Kellogg, trained nurse, and Sarah 'Willlmer give practical lectures and the crowd packing the lecture tent are steadily increasing, to ob tain the "benefit of these health lec tures. (Dr. Lena K. Sadler gave a demon stration lecture yesterday presenting some of the most practical and origi nal lecture features ever presented on the Chautauqua platform. In this lec ture addressed to women only she gave many interesting pictures of her vast experience among the unfortu nate women of Chicago, showing her work of lifting the unfortunate den izens of the underworld. The University Girls in their first appearance on the Valley City plat form proved to the audience to be an organization of high merit. The company is made up of seven young ladies from the leading universities of the country. 3n their program of yesterday aft...

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. — 25 July 1912

F7Wf I I Why don't I sell Eggs? do. Lots of Them. And stock, too. Wfhito, Buff, Silver and Qolden Wyandotte*. White and Buff Roeka. White and Buff Orplngtona. All selected winter laying stock. Prices reaspnqble. Treatment right. Booking orders now for April and May delivery. O. A. BARTON Valley City North Dakota Professional Cards DR. F. WICKS BYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT Qlaeaea. Pilled When Neeeeeary. Over Siegfried Pharmaoy. VALLBy CITV# N. Di a a .• J. VAN HOUTEN. 1L D. rxTaiOAK Ava .mam Oficn in Gray Block "hoot: Ofiee KM A Rnirtwirs SOt Valley CHy Nottk Dakota a THEODORE S. LCNDLAND ATTOBMfV AMO COUKaBXOB AT LAW Office in Fanners'and Mm**"—' National Bank Building VALLEY CITY. N. D. QEORQE M. YOUNG Attorney-at-Law VALLEY CITY N. DAK. E. A. FKAY. 1L D. rmYSXCXAX «n suaaaov Graduate Univerrity of Pemsyvania Office in Poatoffice block Residence Fifth Avenue North. Telephone M. DR8. PLATOU & MACDONALD Physicians and 8urgeona VALLEY CITY. N. DAK. Office 310 Fifth Avenue South Phon...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 25 July 1912

Si :i [Or* P* rt-f!' •. Ifep ffAGE EIGHT. Cf $"**'1 Precinct Committee Officers Were Elected A. B. COX NAMED AS MEMBER OF THE STATE COMMITTEE— MR. 'v H. GREEN CHAIRMAN. The meeting o£ the precinct commit teemen of Barnes county passed off yesterday without the semblance of a contest on any of the offices. Sallowing the preliminary organiza tion, and the work of the committee on credentials, Harry Green of Leal was placed in nomination for chair man of the county central committee. Sis nomination was confirmed by ac clamation. Burl Carr was named as secretary, and A. B. Cox member of the state committee, were named by acclamation .without contests in any case, as was Sam Aandahl, for com mitteeman from the thirty-eighth dis trict. Following the elections, Chairman Green was called on for a speech, and. briefly expressed his appreciation of the honor which had been conferred upon him. He declared that now as never before he looked forward to an end of the strife which has caused •diss...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 25 July 1912

iir L: -1 1S!i!lP^^ VOi.. XXXIV. NO. 17. Valley City's second annual Chau tauqua Assembly closed Sunday aft ernoon with the largest crowd that has assembled on the grounds. Thousands of people circulated thru the park and attended the meetings in the big tent during the afternoon. The main address of the afternoon was delivered by Warden F. O. Hellstrom, who has had wide experience and business training, but his most nota ble work has been in connection with the .North 'Dakota penitentiary, in •which institution he has inaugurated both* business methods and penal re form measures that have attracted wide attention and received favorable notice. His address was on "Prison Reform." The management had adherred to the original idea of the Chautauqua, giving a highly intellectual and re ligious program on Sunday. Ernest Wray O'Neal of Chicago, gave a most inspiring and interesting sermon 'n the morning. iHis text was taken from Acts 1 iChap. 8th Verse. Holy ghost has come upon you and ye...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 25 July 1912

5yf a PAGE TEN A- ife IpV County Commissioners Official Proceedings (Continued from Pag© 8) Valley City, N. D.. July 2nd, 1912. Board met pursuant to adjourn ment. All members present. On motion duly seconded and car ried the following bills were audited And allowed. Minneapolis Steel and Ma chine Co., steel supplies for cattle chute on iNester road...$122.75 C. 'P. Mudgett, cash advanced' tor freight on bridge ma terial 21.84 Times-Record Printing Co., printing and blank nooks... 200.25 Wm. McKean & Son, printing and blank nook 54.63 Berg & Benson, supplies used at county farm 24.40 John Halverson, refrigerator used at county hospital ... 17.00 The Peoples Fuel CO., fuel used at count hospital 60.70 Valley City Furniture Co., cot used at county hospital 1.75 Colonial Hospital Supply Co. thermometers at county hospital 3.00 H. M. Mason, lawn mower for couDty farm 4.00 Northern Seed 'Co., garden seeds for county farm .... 16.10 Trosdale Cash Grocery, groc eries for county far...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 25 July 1912

1 THE CITY (From Friday* Dally.) iNew Skirts at Right Price Mercan tile Co. ON BUSINESS. R. A. Tracy is a visitor from iFargo calling on business friends. STACY MERCANTILE CO. SUSY. The Stacy Mercantile Company are doing a big business these days. They shipped out three car loads of fruit and vegetables yesterday on the 800 and N. P. iBuy Henderson Corsets at Right Price Mercantile Co. BUSINESS .CALLER. Alfred Stlnson, of Minneapolis, sec retary of the Minneapolis (Fire Insur ance Company is a business caller here today. AT iFARGO. (Dr. Paul Featherstone left this morning for Fargo to take in the sights at the State Fair. 8ABY GIRL. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Karshner are the proud parents of a nine pound baby girl. MADDOCK VISITOR. iMrs. Dr. Moore, of Maddock, was the guest of Mrs. J. W. iNoxon /ester day. VISITED WITH FRIENDS. James Hendershott, of Spring Val ley, Minnesota, is the guest of friends in the city today. AUTOED TO FARGO. Ernest Hilborn, autoed to Fargo yesterday and will take ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 25 July 1912

PAGE TWELVE. County Commissioners Official Proceedings ,tr (Continued from Page 10.) Township of Mansfield 103.65 Township of Meadow Lake .... 2.74 .Township of Noltimier 10.08 Township' of Norma 6.35 Township Oakhill 77.32 Township Oriska 216.40 Township Pierce 484.68 Township of Potter 77 Township of Raritan 6.09 Township of Rogers 592.75 Township of Skandia 9-90 Township of Spring Creek 223.04 Township of Spring Vale 14.18 Township of Svea 65.13 Township of Thordenskjold .. 340.47 Township of Uxbridge 27.87 Township of AVeimer 167.17 Township of Ellsbury 06 Township of Eckelson 68.05 Township of Brimer 25.12 Township of Sibley-trail 415.71 Township of Stewart 83.51 Township of Nelson 142.35 Township of Getchell 24.02 City of Valley City 142.07 Village of Sanborn 45.84 Village of Wimbledon 8S Village of Litchville 18.70 Village of Dazey 6-67 Village of Nome Village of Rogers 69.31 School Dist. No. 1 457.99 School Dist. No. 2 103.69 School Dist. No. 5 1003.08 School Dist. No. 6 381...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 August 1912

if & 4f ¥7»J 'ftrw »!,.-... \V*^ rv- «s v+**\*+: 1 •i ti pj & ,«K' ]K VOt. X'XXIVM NO.. 18. There was apparently no division on the sentiment favoring the election of Theodore Roosevelt. "We want an opportunity to vote foi Colonel Roosevelt, the rightful nomi nee of the Republican party," was th« message reported by the delegates from every part of Minnesota. A number of R. M. La Follette's former strongest supporters attended the convention and reported that be tween Roosevelt and Taft the former Iia Follette sympathizers will largely •upport the colonel. The convention was cslled' to order by Judge M. D. Purdy of Minneapolis, who read the call. On motion of H. T. Halbert of St Paul Judge Fiirdy was elected tem­ Local Man Will Win Laurels Theatrically ROMANTIC DRAMA BY CHARLTON ANDREWS WILL BE PRODUC ED NEXT WINTER. Charlton Andrews, of the State Nor mal School, has just closed a contract with an Eastern theatrical manager for the production of a play during the coming seas...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 August 1912

1. 41 'u, p1*' CAQK TWO If W$:. Valley City Times Record VALLEY aTY. NORTH DAKOTA. L. *. HYDE Editor and Manager. Subscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the postoffice in Valley City, No. Dak., as second class mail matter. Official Paper ol City and County. t.e to ll |i?/ 12 "THOU SHALT NOT STEAL" Will the Progressives of North Da kota permit one man to promote his own personal political ambitions while masking in the guise of a loyal and ardent supporter of Theodore (Roosevelt and the Third Party move ment? Is the personal and vindictive en mity of one man for another to be al lowed to defeat the cause of INational Frogressivism so far as No'rth Dakota is concerned? Upon the answers which the voters of the state give to these two ques tions, depends in a large degree the •triumphant progress or the death blow to the movement in this state. Not in the history of the state has there been so bare faced, so fradulent and so selfish a theft as that perpe trated at the state B...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 August 1912

I, W I I-"-1 JL p?V:i fcf :®a 14CS |s,H aaar New Rockford Is Incorporated City VOTED ON CITY INCORPORATION PLAN SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE IT WAS FINALLY CARRIED. iNew Rockford, GST. D., July 27.— New Rockford has incorporated as a city and the first set of officials was named at a special election. Within a few days the new corporation will be officially declared created. SUMMONS IN 'DISTRICT COURT, FIFTH Dated at Valley 'City, North Dako ta this 10th day of July, 1912 LEE COMBS and MIKADO OP MPAN DIES AT NOON TODAY—MOURNING IN JAPAN Li!i|: Toklo, July 29.—(Special)—-Mut«uhlto, Emperor of Japan died today at 12:43 a. m. Acute Nephritis is given as the cause of his death. The Mikado had been ill for some time but not until about a week ago did his condition become alarming. .'•••••• Toldo, Japan, July 29.—The condition of the Einperor of Japan is such as to cause abandonment of all hopes of his recovery. From dawn he has been unconscious. An examination toy the court physicians at 6 a. m....

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 August 1912

PACK POUR vf-r- 1.es.. C. Reidman HERE IS THE OUR TWO GRAND PRIZES $1400 5-Passenger Everitt Touring Car Folly equipped with Windshield, Mohair Top and Side Curtains, Robe and Foot Rails, Dual Ignition with Magneto, Presto-Lite Tank, Tire Irons, Demountable Rims, Horn, Tools and Repair Kit, and— 9650 Bulck Roadster Fully Equipped with Rubber Top, Wind-shield, Oil Lamps, Tail Lamp, Gas Generator connected with large brilliant Headights, Horn and Repair Outfit, ready for the road. enormous as it is, that we have expended in conducting the campaign, fairly. Come and see the Campaign Manager. He will These Standings Represent the Votes Cast for Candidates Up to Five O'Clock Previous to Day of Publication. District No. Seven Prize* Will Be Awarded in This District 'Miss Elizabeth Clark, 1201 W. Front St. 13975 °Mr. James iMcDonald, 734 5th Ave 7300 ^red Schelliek, Valley City Candy Store 5125 Miss Eva Bailey, 817 3rd Ave ........J 7100 Mrt Allan Granger, 1103 5th Ave 8,325 Mr. Cuyler And...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 August 1912

THE CITY ifit (From Tuesday's Dally) 'Mies Rose Vosen who has been the guest ot Miss Jessie Personlus and other city friends for the past -week 'left this morning for Havre, Montana LANDED AT GLA8GOW. Word has been received from Mr and (Mr*. W. W. Smith and Miss Jen nie McDonald who sailed from New York on July 6th on the •Columbia, that they landed safely at Glasgow, •Scotland, on July 16. They report a •calm sea but were' in a fog three days .and .the weather was extremely cold. They were the only Americans on the boat, the majority were Scotch, Eng lish and Spanish. VISITING SON. L. S. Chaffee of Troy, Vt., who has been visiting his children in Foster county arrived in the city yesterday and will spend a few weeks with his son C. C. Chaffee. -ACCEPTED MANAGEMENT. (Mr. E. M. Weiser wha has had charge of a store in Elsworth, Wis., for the past eleven years, arrived in the city yesterday and has accepted the position of manager of the dry .goods department at Chaffee's Depart ment s...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 August 1912

FORMER INDIANA SENATOR RE­ NOUNCES REPUBLICAN PARTY TO JOIN NEW MOVEMENT. Indianapolis, lnl., July 26.—Formei Senator Albert J. Beveridge formally renounced allegiance to the Republic an party in a letter received by Will lam Holt Dye, a leader of the Pro gressive party in Indiana. Mr. Beveridge, who is spending the summer at Seal Harbor, Me., says the letter is intended as an answer to queries of many Indiana friends who •ought to know his position concern 'lag the Progressive party. He says in his letter that if the nei» party does no more in Indiana than oust the old line political bosses it will have performed a great blessing to the state. Quack Grass Menace: According to Henry INSTRUCTOR AT NORMAL ARGUES FOR DESTRUCTION OF PER NICIOUS GRASS. That the farmers of Xorth Dakota have no weed against which they mqst contend, that presents so great a men ace as quack grass is the statement of Prof. Clarence Henry of the State Normal school. Addressing the stu dents and teachers of th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 August 1912

I =v-V y-i 1 I ifil Ilia I® !V» •r'riif-WT'A? Why don't I sell E*gs? do. Lots of "^hem. And stock, too. White, Buff, Sllvfr •ncj Qolden Wyandotte*. /ff ii« Valley City North Dakota Professional Cards DR. P. L. WICKS EYE, BAR, NOSE AND THROAT flliim Fitted When Neeooeary. Over Siegfried Pharnwoy. VALLEY CITY, *. ft J. VAN HOUTEN, 1L p. nmicux am 'Uacao* Offices in Gray Block Phooe: Office SM A Residence 90S Valley City North Dakota THEODORE S. LENDLAND ATTOaMXY AMD C0UMMU4B AT LAW Office in Fanners' mid N a a Bank Bonding VALLEY CITY. N. D. GEORGE M. YOUNQ Attornsy-a^Law VALLEY CITY N. OAK. E. A. WAY. M. D. PHYSlCIAir M*» SOTCttW Graduate University of Pamsyrania Office in Postoffioa block Residence Fifth Avenue North. Telephone M. DRS. PLATOU A MACDONALD Physlelans and Surgeons VALLEY CITY. N. DA*. Office S10 Fifth Avenue South Phone No. 47. Next to Hotel Rudolf. HOSPITAL Phone. No. 1W. ZTJG39R ft MASON LAWTB Practice in All Courts Office Over Chaffee's Store HERMAN WINTERER ATTOaXK...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 1 August 1912

CORRESPONDENCE GETCHELL PRAIRIE. August 1. Miss Martha Deskins of Velva is a guest at the home of' her sister Mrs. J. A. Rogers, Miss Fjelde of Valley City was a •week-end visitor at the J. R. Getchell Itome. T» Mrs. Jay Rogers returned from Vel- Saturday. The Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Win. iRonzheimer next Thursday. Miss Hazel Chilberg is spending a Sew weeks visiting relatives and friends in Duluth. Mr. Craft of Fairmont was an over Sunday visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. White. Miss Millie Getchell left Tuesday lor the west where she will attend school at the Oregon State (Agricul tural college. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Pierson returned from Spiritwood Lake Saturday. •Miss Ella Getchell has been spend ing the past two weeks in Valley City the guest of Miss Mary G. Deem. Mrs. J. H. Rogers entertained a party of friends at dinner Tuesday evening. Harry Fisher of Valley City was a visitor in our neighborhood over Sunday. Dorothy Fish was on the sick list last week. EAST GRE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 August 1912

ftVwV 1" ,v t"i 'V •, 1 'Vi VOL. XXXIV. filuft. NO. 19 At a special meeting of the stock holders of the Northern Seed Com pany, held Saturday evening, E. S. De Lancey, manager of the company for several years, resigned, jend A. B. Cox of 'Courtenay, was elected to fill his place. The annual meeting of the company will be held on September 2, when new officers of the company will be elected. In 'the meantime, Mr. Cox will take active management of the company. Mr. Cox stated this afternoon that he will Immediately give up his bus iness connections at Courtenay, Ken sal and Sutton, where the Cox-Nelson company has several large stores, in order to push the business of the Northern Seed Company. His place at 'Courtenay will be taken by his son, Graduation Exercises At the State Normal (From Tuesday's Daily.) With the giving out of thirty-nine diplomas to graduates of the regular Normal school tomorrow morninf the year will close with the largest class ever set out by a State Normal sch...

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