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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 13 August 1914

PAGE EIGHT. an hour in the auditorium before near- jamjjy many citizens, an audience that com- fortably filled the large room. I At the meeting President McFarland opened with a few introductory re- marks, then called upon ex-Governor Frank White to introduce Governor Hanna to his audience. Then for near-, ly an hour the large audience listened •with intense interest to the experien-( ces told by the Governor of his recent trip to Europe on the state's mission to the Kingdom of Norway, told in hi3 usual interesting manner. The Governor gave attention to many interesting details of the voyage and highly complimented the sculptor of North Dakota's gift to the Kingdom of Norway, Mr. Paul Fjelde, a former student of the Normal school. As the governor entered he was greeted by the standing assemblage as a tribute of esteem. His address will be remembered as one of the pleasant incidents of the summer session, full of wit, interest, education and inspiration. Following his address, Govern...

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. — 20 August 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 21. KAISER WILHELM AND HIS THREE SONS NOW WITH GERMAN ARMY German Patriotism Aroused —German and Austrian Vessles Sunk By the British. Belgian Government Moved to Antwerp—The Kaiser's Army Is Advancing Through Belgium. tic dispatch from Ghent, indicates London, Aug. 18.—A Brussels re port indicates the Germans are forc ing their way through Belgium. A British w£r counsel decided to ex clude correspondents from the forces in the field and announced the French war department intends to take the! same action. It is probable the war correspendents in Belgium will be or dered from the state. The Brazilian governmeit has in-j 6tructed its minister at Berlin to ask for an explanation and the punish-1 ment of those guilty of an alleged at-j tack by German soldiers on Bernar- Start Something WHY NOT A Bank Account? Then Later On You Wi:| Be Prepared To Start Something Elsi! BUT—MAKE THE START! dino Campos, ex-president of the state of Soa Paulo, and wife, who it is re ported ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 August 1914

PAGE TWO. 1 VallaVritvTiiniK DorAPli L. P. HYDE— Editor and Manager Mm, $1.50 a year, In advance mi at ti» poatolBee in Vatitojr Nk, Dak., second claM mail Official Paper of Barnes County Think what those twelve words mean to millions of British subjects at home and abroad. Think what memories of Nelson and Rodney and all the great line of sea fighters, what records of naval glory, will surge in millions of British breasts at the news that the fleet is once more in action! Think what it will mean to the ministers and governors of Britain— this message that England's long do-!mi®ht minion of the sea is again put to the supreme test! Think what it will mean to Eng land, firmly convinced of the decisive influence of sea power in war and his tory, to know that sea power hangs perhaps in the balance! "The British fleet has engaged the German fleet on the high seas." Think what that message will mean to the empire of Germany—the great empire that feelB, in her emperor's words, that its "f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 August 1914

if Professional Cards WINTER EH 6t RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. Vkoac: Office 206-A 'Ret. 206-B J. VAN HOUTEN, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Officei In Gray Block VAMJESY OITY, N. D. Ftfth Ave. N. Phono E. A. PRAY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon u*to Univ. of Pennsylvania Office ID Poetoffloe Block Phono, 6 Eea. Fnone 316 ft. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. 0. Pbyaioian and Surgeon i, American Nat'l Bank Bldg. VALLEY CITY, N. D. E. B. O S Phyeioian and Surgeon Phono Connection! N. D. DR. F. L. WICKS EAR, NOSE and THROAT ttaaaee Pitted When Necessary Office In New Wicks Building YALLBY CITY, O I O E O N Attorney-at-Law TALLBY CITY, N. D. THEODORE S. LINDLAND Attorney and Counsellor at Law •Oce In Farmers' and Merchants' Bank iBoildlng TALLBY CITY. N. D. Expert Watch Repairing Fine Engraving L. A. MORRISON. YOUR JEWELER. Complete line of jewelry, Cut Glass and Silverware 514 Fifth Ave., VALLEY CITY, N. D. PANAMA CANAL NOW IS OPEN TO WORLD'S SHIPS Panama, Aug. 17.—The Panama canal is open to the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 August 1914

MOB FOUR. WOMAN SUFFRAGE MEASURE IS TO BE VOTED ON IN NOVEMBER Much Work Being Done by State Organizations-Must Have Majority of Vote Cast at General Election. URGE MEN TO VOTE OH MEASURE Jamestown, Aug. 19.—The suffrage- measure, Senate Bill will be voted upon November 3, 1914. It will be on a separate ballot, and re quires a majority of all the votes cast at the election. Every man who votes and fails to vote on this question will be counted as voting against it The Church of England has taken a long step toward equal rights fo» wo men. Sitting in solemn conclave at \Vestmins:er, the Representative Church counsil, consisting of the two houses of the convocation of Canter bury and York, and the Houses of Laymen of the two provinces, decided to give women an equal right to vote with men in the election of church ftQunc workingman who put the case in nutshell. He declared that the ex clusion of women was wholly illogical the church accepted the work of wo men, but refused them the pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 August 1914

I Ik We Make Good Because We Make Good Eye Examinations and Glasses 'We also have everything in FRAMES and LENSES. Our EYE CLASS MOUNTINGS fit all noses. Makes you look well and neat. SEE ME TO SEE BETTER BUTLER Sp'SaUti fflo* Ov«r Gr«nd Theatre THE CITY Bring your Potatoes, Egg* and But ter to the Farmers' Mercantile Com pany's store and get the top pHcM. FROM MONDAY'S DAILY MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1914. Mr. and Mrs. Isaacson of Fort Dod ge, Iowa, -Who have been visiting hers 'With Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Isaacson lor a month, will leave tonight for the east. They will stop in Minnea polis and before going to their home in Fort Dodge will visit another son. S. P- Ellis, C. E. Moore and Grace Ellis autoed down to Lake Melissa last Saturday to spend the week end with Mrs. Ellis who is spending a month or more there. Mr. Moore al so visited relatives in Detroit. Mark Smith left last week for a va cation trip of a week or two at Lake Melissa. Judge Willie Murphy of Sanborn transacted business...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 August 1914

tvoc six NORMAL SCHOOL HAS BIG DEMAND FOR GRADUATES Local State Institution Has Placed Nearly 150 Mem bers of Class of 1914. COMMAND SALARIES FROM J5S TO SI00 PER MONTH That there is an exceptional demand State the fact that nearly 150 members of|be the last graduating class have been located in teaching positions for the .Let During the past week or more calls have come from school boards both in thi6 and other states for candidates to fill positions as princiuals in towns and consolidated schools. Notices of elections are received almost daily. Among those of the class of 1914 re cently accepting teaching positions are: Erma Elliott, Grandin, fifth and sixth grades at Sherwood. Jennie Henderson, Dazey, upver grades at Cooperstown. Edna Roethke, Tower City, interme diate grades at Hjfvana. Alice Bergstrom, Canton, S. D., up per grades at Havana. Hulda Sellie, Powers Lake, primary grades at Darke. Ruby Strowger, Wheaton, Minn., pri mary grades at Munich. Lila Gleeson, Beardsley, Min...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 August 1914

legal Advertisements NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY ADVERTISEMENT. Notice is hereby given that a certain mortgage executed and delivered by Lizzie M. Chilberg, a widow, mortga gor, to Lee €ombs mortgagee, bearing date June 12,1906, and filed for record in the office of Register of Deeds of Barnes County, North Dakota, on the 3rd day of July, 1906, at 2:10 o'clock p. m., and was duly recorded In Book 33 of Mortgages at page 56, and as signed by said mortgagee to Robert Anderson by an instrument in writing which was filed for record in the of fice of Register of Deeds of said Barnes County on the 6th day of June, 1913, at 1:30 o'clock, p. m., and record ed in Book A-3 of Mlscls. at page 114 and which said mortgage was assigned by said Robert Anderson to James Grady by an instrument in writing which was filed for record in- the of fice of Register of Deeds of Barnes County, N. D., on the 6th day of June, 1913, at 1:35 o'clock, p. m., and was duly recorded In Book A-3 of Miscls., at page 11...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 20 August 1914

PAGE EIGHT. Americans returning to England from the continent say the French sol diers greeted the English somrades with "burrah for the English hurrah for King George the English soldiers replied with, "hurrah for France." EUROPEAN ARMIES CLASHING AT VARIOUS POINTS ALONG BORDER Rumors of Naval Engage ments in Southern Area of North Sea--Japan De clares She Will Clear China From Ger man Crown. GERMAN CROWN PRINCE SAID TO BE WOUNDED London, Aug. 19.—A Brussels dis patch to the Mail says it was learned on highest authority on Monday that the Liege forts are still holding out. They are cut off from the Franco-Bel gian field forces and surrounded by Germans, but continued their heroic resistance. London, Aug. 19.—From the war zone come only brief reports of activ ities by the vast German and allied armies opposing each other. "French troops have come in con tact with the Germans, but there is no important engagement to report," says an official announcement by the French embassy here. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 August 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 22. HOW A NEW POPE AT CARDINAL'S Public Is Admitted During First Day—Door Seldom Opened Thereafter. Prelates Locked Up Until Choice is Made—Meth ods of Balloting. THE procedure attending the choice of a new pope is full of interest There was a time when the election of the su­ preme head of the church was vested In the cardinal bishop, "with the con sent of the other cardinals and clergy and people of Rome, saving also the honor due to the king of the Romans." But this recognition of a kingly and imperial right to Interfere with the papal elections was the cause of end less troubles) It proved to be a fertile source of anti-popes and other vexa tions. and finally became so Intoler able that Alexander III. took away from the imperial line the locus stand) In papal elections, and a general coun cil later on, held at the Lateran, de creed the election should henceforth rest "with the cardinals alone." This decree wasr confirmed and-de veloped at the connctt -at "Lyons."...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 August 1914

PAGE TWO. ValleyCityTimes-Record VJUJJTf OTTT, NORTH DAKOTA L. P. HYDE— Editor and Manager StttttcripUon, $1.60 a year, In advance Anteved at the postoffice In Valley 6MEF, Dak., at second class mall Mva*t«r. Official Paper of Barnes County ANOTHER AMERICAN CRISIS. saute The best of an always bad situa tion seems to us to have been made by the Mexicans who are working for peace, in both parties. Carbajal, the provisional president chosen to deal with the constitutionalists after Huerta's resignation, refusing to Make the unconditional surrender de manded by Carranza, turned over the negotiations to Gov. Iturbide of the Federal District, and left for Vera Cruz. Gen. Carranza, on the other hand, refusing to negotiate on any other basis than an unconditional surrender, turned over the negotia tions to Gen. Obregon, of his mili tary staff. Iturbile and Obregon have xnade a pact, whic^i embodies the only agreement possible to be made -under the circumstances. This docu ment is vague in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 August 1914

Professional Cards WINTERER & RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. Phone: Office 206-A Res. Z06-B J. VAN HOUTEN, M. D. Physician and 'Surgeon Offices Gray Block •ALLOY OITY, N. D. fUa. Fifth Ave. N. Phone 3 E. A. PRAY, M. D. Physician and 8urgeon •raduato Univ. of Pennsylvania Office in Pootofflco 'Block Phone, 6 Rea. Phono 3(6 t. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. D. Phyeieian and Surgeon i, AmeHean Nat'l Bank Bldg. VALLEY CITY, N. D. K. B. O S Phyeieian and Surgeon Phone Connectlona 6M0KA, N. D. DR. F. L. WICKS EAR, NOSE and THROAT Fitted When Neceaaary Office In New Wlcka Building •ALLEY CITT, N. P. E O E O N Attornoy-at-Law •ALLBY CITY. N. D. THEODORE S. LINO LAND Attorney and Counaellor at Law •See la Farmers' and Merchants' Bank Balldlnc •ALLOT CITY, N. D. Expert Watch Repairing Fine Engraving L. A. MORRISON. YOUR JEWELER. Complete line of Jewelry, Cut Glass and Silverware 614 Fifth Ave., VALLEY CITY, N. D- Charles E Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 August 1914

PAOE FOUR. London, Aug. 25.—Acting purely on the defensive, the French and British allied army continues today to hold back the enormous German war ma chine. For three daysthe tide of bat tie has steadily risen, but today it is still far from reaching the flood. At somepoints the defense wall has been partly wrecked, only to be re stored by rushing reinforcements in desperate haste. At others the German infantry, unable to penetrate the with ering hail of explosive bullets and the fire of the thousands of machine guns already in action, has fallen back, checked, but not defeated. The carnage has been fearful. The chiefs at the war office calmly sa in terse language that the dead and wounded already outnumber those of ai^ battle ift modern times. They ad mit figures are so stupendous as to mean little. "The general engagement continues today with desperation," is the word ing of an official French communica tion given out latetoday. 'Already both sides have suffered serious loss." Th...

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. — 27 August 1914

We Make Good Because We Make Good Eye Examinations and Glasses W a a in in 'FRAMES and LENSES. Our EYE GLASS MOUNTINGS fit all noses. Makes you look wall and neat. SEE HE TO SEE BETTER BUTLER £& fflM Ovar Grand Theatre THE CITY Bring your Potato**, E(gi and But tar to tho Farmers' Mercantile Com 4»ny'a atari aad gat tho top FROM MONOAY'S DAILY MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1914. I. J. Moe returned on Sunday night from a short business trip to Minnea polls and St. Paul. Word has been received in the city by friends of Rev. Moultrie that he and Earl will sail on -September 5th for home, if all goes well. L. P. Hyde and little daughter Dor othy returned on Sunday from the coast after three weeks visit with rel atives in Montana, Oregon and Van couver, B. C. Harold Schweinler, formerly a resi dent of Valley City but now residing in Tacoma, Washington, was in the city Saturday visiting with old friends and looking after his mother's farming* interests in the county. Miss Mary Pickford, the char...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 August 1914

P\GE SIX 70 o'clock Sunday, Washington ULTIHATDH EXPIRES WITHOOT WORD FROM BERLIN OR TOKIO JAPANESE FLEET READY TO SHELL GERMAN FORTS Official Washington Waits Anxiously for Expected Declaration of War. TROOPS ARE REPORTED ON WAY TO TSIN6 Til Kiao-chow Cleared of Non Combatants While Garri son of 10,000 Prepares for Battle. CHINA IS 6REATLY WORRIED Chinese President and Cabi net Consult on Possibility of Spread of War. While the Japanese ultimatum to Germany expires at neon Sunday it failed to state whether Berlin or To kio time was to be observed. While it is believed that noon, Berlin time will be the time limit insisted on by the Mikado, dispatches from Tokto .and Berlin, via the frontier, fail to clear up that point. The following fig Tires show the coomparative time un der both conuitions: When it was noon at Tokio, it was 3:35 a. m., Sunday, in Berlin, 9:41 p. m. in New York, and 8:14 p. m. Sat urday in Minneapolis. When it was noon, Sunday, at Berlin, it was 8:25 p. m. Sunday...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 August 1914

*'1 •IfS Legal Advertisements NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOS URE SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That that certain mortgage, executed and delivered by Oscor Mosher and Sophia May Mosher, husband and wife, mort gagors, to Wells and Dickey Company, a corporation, mortgagee, dated the 28th day of October, A. D., 1908, and filed for record in the office of the re gister of deeds in Barnes County, State of North Dakota, on the 5th day of December, A. D., 1908, at 3:25 o'clock p. m., and duly recorded in book 39 of mortgages, page 493, will be foreclos ed by a eale of the premises in such mortage and hereinafter described at the front door of the Court House in the City of Valley City, in the county of Barnes and State of North Dakota, at the hour of two o'clock in the after noon on Monday, the 28th day of Sep tember, A. D., 1914, to satisfy the amount due oil such mortgage on the day of sale. No action or proceedings has been instituted at law, or otherwise, to re cover the debt secured by su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 August 1914

PAGE EIGHT. SHIPPING GRAIN TO ARMED EUROPE Loading Cargo on Vessels a Back Breaking Task. NEEDS RARE 6RIT AND SKILL Trimming Gangs In Dust Laden Steam ship Holds Must Work Unceasingly. Receive Good Pay—"Ring Off" Is Re garded by the Spouters as an In sufferable Indignity. The export of grain leaves no mate rial impression. It is lacking in the aspects of material construction, leav ing nothing visible but tbe dust of the departed grain licking tbe slimy piles of recently vacated pier slips. Some of the grain laden vessels bear away more food than was known by the besttprovisioned Caesar. If tbe grain that has flowed to Europe from Amer ica for the past thirty years could be ridged in the ocean, says the New York Sun, it would make a solid road from Brooklyn to Brest Grain trimmers are controtled by a gang boss under the elevator superin tendent. The boss is assured that each man possesses distinct merit al lied to an unyielding spirit. The work is fast and on account of the speedy d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 September 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 23. London, Sept. 2.—A correspondent at Antwerp of the Amsterdam newspa per says a French biplane appeared over Brussels Saturday and in a hail of German bullets, twice circled the town dropping hundreds of pamphlets containing the message, "take cour age, deliverance soon." The aviator then made off after giving a daring performance of looping the loop. TO AVOID HEAVY LOSS LEFT WING OF ALLIED ARMTFALLS BACK The German Advance in Southwest is Some what Checked—Losses Reported To Be Enormous. GERMANS CALL FOR ARMISTKE TO BURY THEIR DUD American Committee in Paris Investigates Bomb Dropping There, and France's Protest to C. S. Government. Paris, Sept. 2.—A German aeroplane dropped two more bombs in the streets of Paris at o'clock last night. Well founded, though unofficial reports are current here that the French have checked the German advance on the north. London, Sept. 2.—The Evening News publishes a Paris dispatch which says a French chauffeur, at tached to the gen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 September 1914

Pme two. Val ley City Tl mes-Record cmr, north ohjcota i. P. HYDE— Editor and Manager 91.60 a year, la advance tani at ta» postoffioe in Valley Nfe. Dak., aa second class mall Official Paper of Barnes County 12 THE COTTON TRADE IN WAR. But the German countries have sup plied, in the last twent years, a large •hare of the cheaper South American and China trade. This will be cut off •while the war lasts. Somebody will have to fill the gap. The allies cannot do it, with their Industry and trade de moralized by war, although they com mand the sea and can do their part in carrying goods. It is estimated that the cotton manu factures of England, France and Bel glum will fall off nearly half. Italy and Spain may remain normal, but their raw consumption is little over a million bales. So that not only nearly all the German manufacture of cotton goods for export will fall upon the United States mills, but nearly half that of the Allies. As with the ocean-carrying trade which the war is putti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 September 1914

Professional Cards WINTERER & RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. Mm«: Office 206-A Res. 20&-B J. VAN HOUTEN, M. D. Phyaloian and Surgeon Offlcea In 6ray Block TALLBY OITY, N. D. fifth Ave. N. Phone ST E. A. PRAY, M. D. nyaWan and Surgeon Ml* Univ. of Pennsylvania OBoa la Poatoffloa Block Fhoia, I Raa. Phona Ml ft. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. O. Pkyaloian and Surgeon •Maa, AmeHean Nafl Bank Bldg. VALLEY CITY, N. D. OR. F. L. WICKS mrm. bar, nob® and throat Miiaia Pitted Whan Maeaaaary Office In Naur WIcka Building YALLBY CITY, N. D. I I O O I O N O Attorney-at-Law TALLBY CITY, M. D. THEODORE S. LINDLAND Attorney and Counaellor at law Mo* in Farmers' and Merchants' Bank Sollding TALLBY CITY, N. D. Expert Wateh Repairing Flna Engraving L. A. MORRISON. YOUR JEWELER. Complete line of Jewelry, Cut Olaaa and 8ilverware 614 Fifth Ave., VALLEY CITY, N. Charles E. Hunt Physician and Surgeon Offices over Siegfried's Pharmacy Office Phone 330' Valley City W A N S WANTED—Good girl to do house -wo...

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