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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 12 November 1914

MQI CIOHT. All Arrindpmpnts All STORM DOES NOT DAMPEN SPIRITS OF OLD SETTLERS for Arrangemenis ior The officers and board of directors trust the snow will not keep the pio neers from attending. Think of the PHONE Number Mercerized Table Cloth An-lcoldearly AU nual Party Friday Evening Being Completed-Program Will Start at 3 p. m., in City Hall. Friday, November 13th, was the day set for the annual Old Settlers' blow out. Tomorrow is the day and in spite of the stormy conditions of today all arrangements were completed and the big event will be pulled off as first ar ranged. The literary program and election of officers will take place in the afternoon. Supper will be served by the Woman's Relief Corps at their rooms in the basement of the Armory, after which the program and dance will be continued at the main hall of the Armory. 1 Apron Ginghams The good grade usually retailed at 7c or 8c. Make-Room Sale Price Tv House Keepers Cover-All Aprons Well made in every respect. Tap ed seam...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 12 November 1914

VOL. XXXVI. No. 32. Business and Other Condi tions Declared Normal by Correspondents to As sociated Press. AMUSEMENT PLACES HAVE REOPENED AT CAPITAL Absence of French From Menu Cards in Hotels Most Notable Feature of Day. Berlin, Nov. 10.—'They atill eat wheat bread in Berlin. Amusements proceed with little sign of abatement. Pew posters to call men to arms are in evidence and there are many able bodied men on the streets in civilian clothes. These conditions in striking contrast to the situation in neutral Holland, where all people are compell ed to eat bread that has a 75 per cent admixture of rye and where almost all walls are covered with official an nouncements relating to mobilization and the regulation of prices, were sources of wonderment to a corres pondent of the Associated Press who has just arrived from constant scenes of war and its aftermath. That Germany is at war could not be gleaned from street impressions theugh a persen might speculate We pay IS NOT SHOWING SIGNS ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 12 November 1914

PAGE TEN hi BARNES COUNTY CORN AND ALFALFA SHOW OFFERS LIBERAL PRIZES apples. Farmers' Club Display, Section B- In judging the following scale of Joseph Stevens was in Kathryn last nesday afternoon. Misses Clara and Agnes Aas we:-e Kathryn shoppers last Tuesday. John F. Henrkson was visiting with STYLEPLUS Makinaws Sweaters Jerseys from Valley City last Wednesday after a week spent there. Jens Henrikson, Ole Stevens and Peter A. Anderson were hauling wheat to Kathryn last Wednesday. Carl Hanson is busy now days dig ging a well for G. O. Aas. Henry G. Aas was a business visitor The general exhibit will comprise jn Valley City last Wednesday, the following sections: Mrs. Jehaana Henriksoa and daught Farmers' Display, Section A. This er includes the various varieties of corn, nesday afternoon. different cuttings of alfalfa, miscel-j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fjelstad and fam laneous forage crops, grass seeds, jjy and Mrs. 01e Stevens and family grains, sheaf grains, vegetables and pil's displa...

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. — 12 November 1914

FREE TRI FARGOT N. D. AND RETURN Railroad Fares paid both ways to out of-town buyers for a radius of 50 miles. Save This And Wait Until Wednesday, Nov. 18th THE S. & G. Clothing Stores 620 Front St. 1 door of Moody's S07 N. P. Av*. Next to Mvtropole Fargo's Best find Reliable Clothiers will inaugurate for 21 days in both their stores, 520 Front Street and 507 N. P. Ave. A GIGANTIC CLOTHING CAR NIVAL, $50,000 worth of the best Men's and Young Men's hand tailored suits, overcoats, boys' clothing, shoes, hats, underwear and furnishing goods, fur coats, mackinaws etc., for Men, Boys or Child ren, practically all bought for this season's business, includ ing the World Famous Sopho more clothes to be placed on sale in both oor stores 520 Front St. and 507 N. P. Ave. Cor 21 days* beginning Wednesday, November 18th. CAUSED BY THE WEATHER The backward season forces us to take this unprecedented step, right now in the season when every merchant is and should be reaping profits, we will fo...

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. — 12 November 1914

PAGE TWELVE TIMES-RECORD The Home Paper, For Local News The Weekly Times-Record (Renewals or New Subscribers) and 3 Good Papers $2.00 The Daily Times-Record (Renewals or New Subscribers) and 3 Good Papers $4.50 Every Woman Wins aPrize You take no chance in entering this contest. Bvery ski or woman who secures one or more subscriptions on the above offer wins a valuable prize. Send in roar own- subscription nod get five friends to subscribe while this wonderful com bination offer is in effect and win the beautiful 31 piece Violet Dinner Set It should not take you more than one hour to secure .enough subscriptions to win the dinner set. Everybody will want to take advantage ot' this wonderful subscription offer You are authorized to Kive each subscriber the following pa pers. The Weekly Times Record one year, Wisconsin Farmer one year, Today's Magazine one year, Pictorial Review six months. All four of these papers for onlr $2.0*. One subscription entitles you te a set of (6^ of Roger...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

8ECTION ONE 1« T1 VOL. XXXVI. NO. 33. PRESIDENT WARNS BOATS NOW IN EASTERN WATERS Administration Officials Puz zled Over Affair But Are Not Seriously Alarmed. Washington^ Nov. 19.—The United States government directed Ambassa dor Henry Morganthau at Constanti nople to ask the Ottoman government for an explanation of the firing by Turkish land forces at the launch from the American cruiser Tennessee proceeding from Vourlah to the Amer ican consulate at Smyrna, Asia Minor. Secretary Daniels, with the approval of President Wilson, simultaneously cabled the commanders of the Ten nessee and the North Carolina, also in the 'Mediterranean, to avoid any ac tion which might embarrass the Amer ican government and to await specific instrutions from Washington con cerning the general situation. These steps followed the receipt of the mes sage from the commander of the Ten nessee to whom Secretary Daniels will wire for further information. High officials had not the least doubt inci dent to the ...

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. — 19 November 1914

PAGE T»V0 VaHeyCltyTimes-Record CRT, NORTH DAKOTA 11. SO a jrur, In advance 1 at ta» poBtoffio* In Valley Oak., aa second class mail Official PapeT of Barnes County WILSON DOMINATES. The Washington Post in summing! up the result of election presents the! matter in a rather pointed article! which is here reproduced. President Wilson is too big a man to shrink from the responsibility for the crushing reverse suffered by the Democratic party. Credit for all that the party has done was justly due him, and respon sibility for the disaster is equally his. •Mr. Wilson originated the party's policies, selected his lieutenants in Congress, silenced protests within the ranks set aside all policies proposed own. It took orders froze Woodrow Wilson, and from no one else. |.sfiaU Ther.j were honest and ,Ve Demo- crau 'a Congress who aid net agree jows. with Mr. Wilson on his extreme tariff ..IUg program. They may have protested to him. If so, they were under sus- suspicion at once as would-be in...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

Professional Cards WINTERER RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY CITY NO. DAK. Km. Fifth Ave. N. Phone Stf E. A. PRAY, M. D. Phyaiclan and 8urg«on luat« Univ. of Pennsylvania Ofic* in Postofflo* Block Otic* Phone, 6 Res. Phone Ml ft. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. O. Physician and Surgton Ollle*, American Nat'l Bank Bldg. VALLEY CITY, N. D. OR. P. L. WICKS BAS, NOSB and THROAT ttaseee Pitted When Neeeeeary Office In New Wicka Building TALLBY CITY, N. D. I E O O E O N O Attorney-at-Law TALLBY CITY, M. D. THEODORE S. LINDLAND Attorney and Counaellor at Law •See In Farmers' and Merchants' Bank Balldlnc •ALLOT CITY, N. D. $20 Down $10 par Month No Interest Buys good rich land near big markets. Over 100 people al I ready purchased. Wild clove pastures, fine for gardening, chickens, dairying and general farming. No crop failures. Write today and secure map, U. S. Government reports etc. Owners Loveland Co. 31S Plymouth BMg. Minneapolis Minnesota The North Dakota Pure Food Laws are Very The standard set by the pure f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

PAGI£ FOUR. THE CI TY MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914. Mrs. S. P. Ellis nas Issued invita tions for a party to be given Tuesdaj afternoon of the 17th. C. J, Lee returned yesterday from Red Lake Falls, Minn., where he was called as a witness in a damage case. He reports a pleasant trip. A. A. Gad was a passenger to James town this morning, where he will spend the week looking after business for the International Harvesting Com pany. The P. E. O's. will not meet this ev ening as previously announced, but will postpone their meeting to next Monday evening at which time they will meet at the home of Mrs. W. W. Blacker. Mrs. E. D. Lum and Mrs. R. D. Blanch pleasantly entertained at a circle party Saturday afternoon. The time was spent in visiting and doing fancy work and in a couple of guess ing games, after which dainty refresh ments were served by the hostesses. Mrs. L. P. Hyde assisted in serving. Yesterday afternoon at four o'clock a goodly number of interested citizens, including teachers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

Highest marfctt prte* paid for Po tetMii Egg* and Butter by tlw Farm •raf Mcrcantll* Company. 2-1frwtf Bring your Potetoaa, Egga and But tor to tha FarmaraP Mareantlla Com pany's atera and gat tha top prloaa. FROM MON( I 1 1 MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914. Miss Cook, the librarian at the pub lic library, reports that the library is planning to have an exhibit of Agricul tural Books at the Corn Show,* the lat ter part of the week, Wednesday Thursday and Friday. By the pay ment of one dollar a year from each family, living in ruraV districts, the use of the library may foe extended to county borrowers. Barnes county farmers will no doubt be very glad to avail themselves and families, of this most splendid opportunity for winter reading. The teachers of the Lincoln school entertained last Saturday evening In a very delightful manner, for the Ritchie school faculty. Rugs ana com fortable chairs quit© transformed the upper hall into a cozy room, whe games and a pleasant evening was spent. One...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

*•1 SIX The Home Paper, For Local News The Weekly Times-Record (Renewals or New Subscribers) and 3 Good Papers $2.00 The Daily Times-Record (Renewals or New Subscribers) and 3 Good Papers $4.50 TIMES-RECORD Every Woman Wins a Prize You take no chance in entering this contest. Every girl or woman who secures one or more subscriptions on the above offer wins a valuable prize. Send in your own subscription and get five friends to subscribe while this wonderful com bination offer is in effect and win the beautiful 31 pieoe Violet Dinner Set. It should not take you more than one hour to secure enough subscriptions to win the dinner set. Everybody will want to take advantage of this wonderful subscription offer You are authorized to give each subscriber the following pa pers. The Weekly Times Record one year, Wisconsin Farmer one year, Today's Magazine one year, Pictorial Review six months. All four of these papers for only $2.00. One subscription entitles you to a get of (6) of Rogers Ge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

••P IMiU \'.W Legal Advertisments NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. Whereas default has been made in the terms and conditions of that cer tain mortgage, made, executed and de livered by Andrew S. Rudd and Cor nelia Rudd, his wife, mortgagors, to N. L. Nesheim, mortgagee, dated the 23rd day of May, A. D, 1906, filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Barnes County, State of North Dakota, on the 23rd day of May, A. D. 1906, at the hour of three o'clock and thirty minuteB in the afternoon, and recorded in Book "26" of Mortgages, at page 265, which de fault consists in a failure to pay the taxes and insurance on the property covered by said mortgage, and the principal and interest secured thereby, and the same being overdue Now, Therefore. Notice is hereby given, that said mortgage will be fore closed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter de scribed, at the front door of the court house in the city of Valley City, in the County of Barne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

PAOI BIONT. Valparaiso, Chile, Nov. 14.—The German Cruiser Again Heard From In South America Ger-|the man cruisers, Leipzig and Dresden been as conciliatory as possible to all steamed into Valpararso liarbor this nationalities. A few Germans, how morning and at once started taking on 'ever, who were alleged to have tried to supplies and provisions. stir up the natives, wsre aborted. Lima, Peru, Nov. 14—A watchman on the lighthouse at Port Corral, Chile reports that Wednesday he saw six cruisers steaming south. His opinion was that they were German ships. He could not identify them definitely, but believed that the Scharnhorst, Gneise nau and possibly the Leipzig were among them. Port Corral Is forty seven miles south of Valpa-aiso, The above information was received here by telegraph today. San Francisco, Nov. 14.—The Ger man cruisers Scharnhorst and Gneis eneau, on Sept. 14 steamed into the harbor of Apia, formerly German Samoa, but not held by the British, and trained their guns o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 33. OLD SETTLERS' ANNUAL MEETING AGAIN PROVED HOWLING SUCCESS Band of Indians in War Dance Make Great Hit With Old Timers— Rex Orchestra Furnished Best of Music And the Old Dances Are Enjoyed by the Pioneers. The 1914 annual meeting of the Barnes County Pioneer Club proved a success in spite of the bad weather conditions. The afternoon program was held at the City Hall. The meeting was called to order at 3:30 by President D. W. Clark who welcomed the Pioneers to the meeting in a few well chosen words. After the reading of the annual reports of the secretary and treasurer a ladies' quar tette composed of Mesdamcs Frank White and G. A. Fridd and the Misses Clara and Mertice Aldahl favored the gathering with two songs which were heartily enjoyed. Comrade Joel S. Weiser, a resident of Barnes County for thirty-seven years made a speech. Uncle-J. S. has long been a favorite with the old settlers of Barnes county and they are always eager to hear him. Mrs. W. T. Craswell fa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

PAQE TEN CARRANZA AND VILLA FORCES DECLARE WAR FIRST BATTLE FODGHT The Preliminary Engagement Takes Place to Check Rebel Chief. BITTER STRUGGLE STARTED No Announcement Is Made In Washington As To Our Policy. El Paso, Tex., Nov. 13.—War was declared between Carranza and Villa elements of the constitutionalist army, according to advices at Juarez tonight from officials in conclave of General Gonzales, the Carranza commander, moved his forces from Querataro to the north to meet Vil la's advance. General onoa, a Villa chieftain, departed from Aguas Cali entes today with a strong column. A message from official sources in Mexico City was given out by Carran za to the consul general of the Unit ed States. It says: "The first chief at Cordoba and a majority of the principal chiefs declared in favor of Carranza. Villa called on the people to take arms. All east and south are loyal to the first chief." An Aguas Calientes dispatch says Villa presented his resignation to re id re he a ing mini...

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. — 19 November 1914

YOUNG RESIGNS FROM "U" BOARD Fargo, N. D., Nov. 13.—-Judge N. C. Young of this city, who for the past eight years has been a member of the board of regents of the state univer sity at Grand Fonts and who is now president of the board has filed his resignation with Governor Hanna to become effective immediately. "I have served upon the board of re gents for eight years," said Judge Young ia speaking of his resignation, "and I think that it is time that some one else took my place. The work has been a pleasure to me, as every thing kas been harmonious on the board all the time I have served with It, but it is quite a sacrifice and I think it time that some one else should take my place." VALLEY CITY'S ECONOMY STOKE Specials For Saturday Last Day Of Our Make-Room Salo White French Twilled Flannel Extra heavy plain white color, close traseled, nap on both sides, 27 in. wide, yard CIC Cream Wool Flannel Especially adapted for infant's and children's wear. Extra fine quality, fine even we...

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. — 19 November 1914

raise Man's Flannel Shirts $1.50 War Price 89c Worth of Glolhing and Furnishings, Boots and Shoes for Men, Boys and Children to be distributed among the homes of the people at such a marvelous re duction in price that it will prove a Godsend to the people in general and be a means cf $10,000 once. Prices will per. Come and Must raise $28.00 Suits and Overcoats Men's Goods Men's Suit Department doomed to be sold the cheapest in the history of Valley City. Men's Suits, good enough for business wear, this sea son's purchase, sell all over for $10.00, WAR Price Men's Suits and high-grade dark mixtures, de pendable line. This suit is good enough for Sun day wear, worth and sold all over g\ for $12.00. WAR Price O.VO Handsome Worsted Suits in black and fancy mix tures, suits that sell everywhere at $16.00. In this sale at II ,oO Men's Suits made by the best tailors in America, hand-padded collar. They are up to the minute in style and fit. You would consider them a bar a in a $ 1 8 0 0 sl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

PAGE FOURTEEN. GERMANS WOULD SOAK ALLIED ARMIES BY OPENING DIKES French and English Troops Are Being Rushed In To Re-inforce Allies— Sharp Fighting Continues. Amsterdam, Nov. 16.—The Germans have blown up the culverts of the Leo pold and Schipdouct canaxs with tile object of flooding Flanders, it was learned here tonight. They have also destroyed the Moerkekerke bridge. From Lombartzyde allies' patrols have approached close to Ostend, but the Germans have not yet succeeded in crossing the Yser. Merze-m and ,jeiu Eason, near Dixmude, have been en-1 Dixmude has been reoccupied by the allies. The French are assuming a viborous counter offensive and have driven the jaded troops of the kaiser out of the town. It was officially admitted today that the Germans had resumed their effort the bridge at Nieuport. sea, and owing to the exceeding rough weather. it is believed here that the land forces. The German attacks have been re pulsed, however, and the war office de clared tonight that the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

Dakota driicCo I rhe "ReTiaEi- Uo, Y\i i.i CITY *1 Tfc Very special values, 15c tooth brush, 2 for 25c Tooth Brush, 2 for 10c ro11 toilet loilet Paper .10c .T.°us'..5 .°"s 50c ounce, New England Perfume, all odors, ^Qr1 the ounce UCJl/ 75c ounce Perfumes, all odors, the ounce Baby Foods lc 50c pound box Sugar of B"| Milk, 2 pounds for tiJLL $1.00 Horlick's Malted Milk for PraPer» 91c 46c 50c Horlick's Malted Milk, 75c Mellin's Food, for 50c Mellin's Food, for $3.75 Horlick's Malted CQ QC5 Milk, hospital size .... ^UiuU 69c 46c our Good Serviceable Tooth Brushes 1c 16c 26c 60EAT BARGAINS IN STATIONERY 1 With the purchase of 1 pound Lord Baltimore linen finished pa* per at the regular price OCr of 35c. Both for tl 10c Linen Tablets 2 tablets for 15c Linen Tablets, 2 tablets for 50c Cascade Linen Box C"| Paper, 2 boxes for IF XI/ 11c 16c 25c Playing Cards. 2 decks for 35c box Cloverdale Linen Paper and Envelopes, 2 for 26c Wash Cloths lc 6c 11c 5c Wash Cloths, 2 for 10c Wash Cloths, 2 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 19 November 1914

PAGE SIXTEEN. UNIT OF HUNAN ENDURANCE ABOUT REACHED IN WAR ZONE Troops- Fighting in Water to Their Knees With Intense Cold and Great Suffering— Allies Holding Lines Is the Only News. Storms and floods, the enormous loss of life and lihe strain of incessant fighting apparently have t^xe-.l to the limit of human endurance the oppos ing forces v-hich are fating ea other In 'Jus death struggl-: in Leulum and northern France. Today's reports from the front indi cate that assaults by infantry and cav alry have been abandoned for the mo ment, except for minor encasements, and that only the artillery is continuing operations with vigor undiminished. Meanwhile the fighting continues on many other fields. The Russian In vasion of Turkish territory from the Caucasus lias been halted. The great' campaign of the Russians against the. Austro-German armies proceeds withj varying fortunes in different localities, with the chief interest now, centering on the new German offensive move ment against t...

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