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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 December 1914

THE CITY Highest market prtct paid far Po tatoes, Eggs and Buttar by tha Farm •rsf Marcantlla Company. &19*wtf FROM MONDAY'S DAILY MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1914. Arthur Miller was an arrival in the City yesterday evening from Minne apolis, and is spending today in the city, and visiting at the home of his son, Arleigh Miller, of the First Na tional bank force. Mr. Miller is en route to Minot, and leaves for that point this evening. Miss Tess Henry returned to Bis marck yesterday evening to remnie her duties in the offices of her brother Frank S. Henry, state land commis sioner. Miss Henry spent Thanks giving here and visited at her home here since Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jo Starke, who are well known in the city, and who live eleven miles north of town, welcomed the arrival of an eight and a half pound baby girl at their home on Fri day evening. Mrs. Starke and the baby are reported as doing nicely. Mrs. K. S. Eamsett and son of Fin gal were visitors in Valley City on Saturday, and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 December 1914

PAGE 81X. SHIP IN TWO DAYS London, Nov. 28.—Striking a mine off Grimsby at the mouth of the Hum ber river, near Hull, the British col lier, Khadtoum, was blown up today, I a report from the admiralty announc- ed. The crew was saved, but the Khar­ toum went to the bottom. Although the sinking of the collier represents but small loss to the Brit ish navy, its striking a mine close to the English coast on the day immedi ately following the loss of the battle •ship Bulwark, blown up at Sheerness, resulted in renewed consternation in London. The Khartoum was of -.930 tons net. It was 314 feet long, 40 feet beam and 20 feet deep. The vessel was built at Stockton in April 1S93. Thirty bodies from the British bat tleship Bulwark were recovered from tha River Thames today. The Bulwark was blown up off Sheerness yesterday, and 800 officers and men were lost. Most of the bodies so far recovered are mutilated almost beyond identifica tion. Many pathetic scenes were witness ed as relatives gathe...

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. — 3 December 1914

A Legal Advertisments SUMMONS. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUN ty of Barnes.—ss. In District Court Fifth Judicial District. Millie G. Norlien, as administratrix of the estate of Tobias Norlien (also' known as Tobias Nordlien and To bias Norlein), deceased, plaintiff. vs. Jerome Kintner, August Heidel, Au gust Heidle, John Genta, Jno. Gcr key, Catharine Weiser, Catherine Weiser, the heirs at law of Cathe rine Weiser, deceased, Alexander Mackey, Merit D. Hills, Josephine Olson, John W. Scott, Annie R. E. Scott the heirs at law of John W. Scott, deceased, Annie R. E. Scott, trustee, the heirs at law of Merit D. Hills, deceased, H. H. Bye Jase phine Skattebo and T. O. Skattebo, and all persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or Incumbrance upon the property de scribed in the complaint in this ac tion, Defendants. Summons. The State of North Dakota to the above named Defendants: You are hereby summoned to ans wer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your an...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 December 1914

PAOK EIGHT. THDEL BURNHAM CON ING TO VALLEY CITY NEXT THURSDAY MOST-TALKED-OF PIANIST IN PARIS BEFORE THE WAR TO APPPEAR AT NORMAL. He is an artist of powers.—London Era. of remarkable He added another great success to his already glorious career.—Gil Bias, Paris, There are few pianists like him in the world today.—Artists' Ga zetteer, New York. Such is the trend of the universal comment given Thuel Burnham, the remarkable young American pianist, who is to appear in the Normal school auditorium a week from next Thurs day evening. Mr. Burnham appears here in response to the third attempt to engage him for an artists' course number, not so much for a piano pro gram, as for the man himself, though he is assurance enough of all that could be desired of a pianist. Although Mr. Burnham went to Eu rope fourteen years ago and until re cently has since then made his home there, he is every bit American. He began playing the piano before he could read or write improvised and played from ear m...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

SECTION ONE VOL. XXXVI. NO. 36. off Thimble Shoals light. STORM BATTERING ATLANTIC COAST $1,000000 DAMAGE Shipping Paralyzed by Gale That Extends From North Carolina to Maine—Unknown Warship Goes Ashore, [But Frees Self—Sea Wall Washed Away at Sea Bright, N. J.—Town in Peril. An inch of snow fell in Minneapolis storm, anchored within half a mile of last night, but it disappeared quicklj today and small boys had barely enough time before school began to make their first snowballs of the sea son. The mercury was around the 30 above mark all night. New York, Dec. 8.—A roaring north easter today swept the Atlantic coast at 60 miles an hour from North Caro lina to Maine. The storm has been hlowing for more than 48 hours. Ship ping at many points has been com pletely paralyzed. Many vessels which put out before the blow began are unreported and much anxiety Is felt for their safety. The damage along the coast will amount to $1,000, €00 or more. It is the worst storm the coast has known in...

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. — 10 December 1914

PAGE TWO VaHeyCltyTimes-Record cm, MUUff NORTH DAKOTA wwrtptteB, $1.60 a ywr, In advance at tii* poitofflM hi Valley aa Hcond claaa mall Nfc Dak., Official Paper of Barnes County 12 MODERN BUSINESS METHODS. Under the most modern rules of "war, the thing to do is to sneak up on your enemy in the dark, or in a sub' marine, or an aeroplane and catch him when he isn't looking. If you can kill him without getting out into the open so much the better. After all, there are some striking similarities between modern war and modern business. Kansas City Times. Is this a true indictment of the standards and ethics of business today* in this country? Nothing could be farther from the truth. The resort to underhand and underground trickery is alien to the spirit of modern busi ness. Indeed, the most striking evolu tion of this generation has been the growth of business integrity and busi ness fair play. Business nowadays is conducted almost wholly on credit, which is only another .expression for...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

THERE A VictroU IV, SIS VktnUX,t7S I 1 Edison Diamond Disc $150.00 We will gladly demonstrate them to you and let you be the Judge. The Trey O* Hearts Novelized Version of the Motion Picture Drama of Iho Sam* Nam* Produced by the Universal Film Co. By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE JbOor mfThi Fortune Hunkr,""The Bra* Boot.""The Black Bafc" IDutntcd with Photographs boa tha Pictara Production Copyright, 1814, by Louis Joseph Vance CHAPTER I. The Message of the Rote. Lapped deep in the leather-bound luxury of an ample lounge-chair, •walled apart from the world by the •venerable solitude of the library of London's most exclusive club, Mr. Alan Law sprawled (largely on the nape of his neck) and, squinting dis contentedly down his nose, admitted that he was exhaustively bored. Now the chair filled so gTacelessly stood by an open window, some twen ty feet below which lay a sizable walled garden, an old English garden in full flower. And through the win dow, now and then, a half-hearted breeze wafted...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

9AQE FOUR. THERE ARE 1100 HOSPI TALS FOR WOUNDED IN GERMAN CAPITAL Smallest of These Z^Z'My While the'a dates 40 Gases, Largest Takes Care of 600. BEST OF CARE PROVIDED FOR INJURED SOLDIERS Large Proportion of Wounded Rapidly Recover and Are Sent Back to Firing Line. r^ir stant although the in ivi ua pa le ^anger are constantly changing. A very laige army surgeon who has had large ex- perience both in the field and in the base and reserve hospitals estimated that about seventy per cent of the wounded are returning or will'return to military duty, and thirty per cent being permanently unfitted for mili tary service. The Associated Press correspondent was taken through six of the larger These men had had a particularly try ing experience many of them wound ed before Ivangorod for example, had been transported in "wagons for two days before reaching the Russian rail roads and had been another two to four days en route over the Russian railroads before reaching the German railroads at K...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

THE CITY I PROM MONCM rival in the city this morning to give Rex Theatre, his subject being "Land-1 marks." Dr. Libby was entertained today at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Nielson on North Fiftn Avenue, tVia "visitor in Valley City over Sunday. Ithe & Company's store, in this city, and Tracy entertained a group of ladies1 and a Circle of the Congregational Guild, on Saturday afternoon, at an Old Fashioned Tea, at the residence] of Mrs. Tracy, on Eighth Avenue South. Christmas decorations were Whv» used about the rooms, which gave. them a very pretty and holiday ap- iJame8t0WI1 pearance. The afternoon was spent in sewing for the Florence Crittenden Home at Fargo, the time being very enjoyably spent at sewing and visit ing. Later in the afternoon tea and many other good things were served, old fashioned style, the old fashioned dishes also being used in serving. Those who were there report a most pleasant afternoon. The Christian Endeavor Society of the Congregational church of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

PAG€ SIX. 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 The Home Paper, For Local News 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 Ret 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 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 set of (6) of Rogers...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

A Legal Advertisments SUMMONS. STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA, COUN ty of Barnes.—ss. In District Court Fifth Judicial District. Millie G. Norlien, as administratrix of the estate of Tobias Norlien (also known as Tobias Nordllen and To bias Norlein), deceased, plaintiff. vs. Jerome Kintner, August Heidel, Au gust Heidle, John Gema, Jno. Gcr key, Catharine Weiser, Catherine Weiser, the heirs at law of Cathe rine Weiser, deceased, Alexander Mackey, Merit D. Hills, Josephine Olson, John W. Scott, Annie R. E. Scott the heirs at law of John W. Scott, deceased, Annie R. E. Scott, trustee, the heirs at law of Merit D. Hills, deceased, H. H. Bye Jose phine Skattebo and T. O. Skattebo, and all persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or Incumbrance upon the property de scribed in the complaint in this ac tion, Defendants. Summons. The State of North Dakota to the above named Defendants: You are hereby summoned to ans wer the complaint in this action and to serve a copy of your answ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

PAGE EIGHT. MARSH TOWNSHIP. V. C. HIGH SCHOOL HAS SUC CESSFUL WIRELESS STATION The High school is now installing a wireless telegraph plant. Work was begun last week, and while there is still very much to be done, excellent results have been obtained. Grand Forks is heard every day at noon and at live o'clock, Fargo has been hearft several times, and one evening the government station at Arlington, Va., was heard sending his weather report This is a very high power station, located at the government navy yard across from Washington, and Anyone who is at alll interested in GRAND PRAIRIE NEW& The first meeting of the Farmers' Club was held in school house No. 1 last Friday night. Mr. Ole Sunde and family autoed to Valley City Sunday. Mrs. Henry Bond called on Mrs. Matt Miller last Friday evening. Mr. Tom Kingston, Mrs. Matt Miller and ss Nice were Valley City call ers on Saturday. Miss Iva Sunde spent the last few days at her home in this vicinity. Mr. Otto Kuester spent a few day...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 36. 7,000,000 PEOPLE ARE FACING STARVATION 'Condition of People Cannot Be Described Without Ap pearing Hysterical" HERBERT HOOVER BACK FROM INSPECTION TRIP Relief Committee Meet No Obstruction From Military All Food Goes to Starving. London, Dec. 5.—Herbert Hoover, chairman of the American commission for relief in Belgium, has returned after a week's trip of inspection in spection in Belgium. Mr. Hoover re ported that the distribution of food stuffs sent in care of the American commission is well under way. He stated the condition of famine which threatened the population is still des eprate. On account of the attitude of the belligerents, the Belgians must ap peal still to the people of the United States for relief. Unparalleled in History. "It is difficult to state the position of the civil population of Belgium without appearing hysterical," said Hoover. "I do not know that history presents a parallel, where a popula tion of 7,000,000 peopie, surrounded by a ring ...

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. — 10 December 1914

at 8 8 Men's Flannel Shirts, our former price $1.25 Closing out price Men's $1 50 and $2.00 Shirts at Men's Work Shirts, worth 65c at Men's Dress Shirts, worth $1,50 at Men's 52.00 Dress Shirts at Cap and Glove Department Men's Mittens, worth up to $1.00 at Mittens worth 50c at Men's Far Lined Mittens and Gloves flj| worth up to #2.50, at Men's Dress Jersey Gloves worth up to $1.00, at Men's Finest Dress Kid Gloves, lined flj*| "IQ and unlined, worth $2.00, at Boy's Leather Mittens, a bargain at Men's Fur Gauntlet Mittens and Glove, just the thing for driving and the cold weather Closing Out Prices. Boy's Fur Gauntlet School Mittens, worth $1.00, at Men's Caps, worth 1.00, at Boy's Caps, worth 50c, Men's Finest Fur Band Caps, worth up Qftp to $2.00, at Men's Handkerchiefs at Closing Out Prices ^tGarters 15c Neckwear Department Ties worth up to 50c, at Packed one in each box Neckties worth Men's Finest four-in-hand Silk Ties, good O values at 75c, Closing Out Price 25c, it $3 50 qual...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

YOUR 'BANK Capital $100,00049 'W. That said preparation comes with in the provisions of the statute and not within that of the proviso, name ly: "Tobacco, as now commonly known to the trade of this state, shall not be included in such definition." The attorney general's office, when asked for an interpretation, stated: "I should say from the analysis that W. B. Cut chewing is snuff and comes within the law passed in 1913, and if any person or persons are selling it, it seems to me they are selling it con trary to law and should be prosecuted and the matter should be brought to the attention of the state's attorney of the county." The department, therefore, pur suant with the decision from the at torney general's office, issues the fore going notice to all persons interest ed, and warns the public that the further sale of said product is held to fee in violation of tke provisions of the laws of North Dakota. (Signed) E. P. LADD, Nov. 28, 1914. Makes assimilation perfect, healthy bloo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

The Clearance Event of North Dakota Starts December II, 1914 MH'S $26 and $30 Slits and Ometats $2Q.75 $10.00 Suits and Overcoats $6.75 $ 8.50 Suits and Overcoats 5.75 7.50 Suits and Overcoats 4.75 $ 6.00 Suits and Overcoats 3.75 $ 4.00 Suits and Overcoats 2.75 $ 3.00 Suits and Overcoats 1.75 Men's and Boys Mackinaws $5.00 quality, CLEARANCE PRICE $6.00 quality, CLEARANCE PRICE $7.50 quality, CLEARANCE PRICE $8.50 quality, CLEARANCE PRICE $10.00 quality, CLEARANCE PRICE Greater Economies in Boys'Suits and O'Coats Mothers here's the most remarkable sale in the history of our Boy's Department. A regular Picnic for you come take advantage of it. Radically reduced prices on the Finest Clothes that boys wear. Too much un seasonable warm weather, naturally more Clothes to clear than in former years. No half way measure will accomplish our desire and policy, no garments carried over from season to season—therefore Admen Clothes at unheard of Price Reductions. Many instances below cost. $3....

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 December 1914

PAGE FOURTEEN. :made GERMANS STILL HOLDING OWN IN RUSSIAN POLAND Heavy Russian Losses Are Reported From German Sources—Reports All Con flicting and Unreliable. For the first time since the Germans were checked in their advance on War saw, it is possible to gain a fairly clear idea of the military situation in Rus sian Poland in its broader aspect. Advices from both Berlin and Pe trograd indicated the Germans had de finitely succeeded in throwing back the enveloping Russian forces and •were maintaining stolidly their posi tions west of Lowicz. Furthermore it is said the Germans are again under taking an energetic offensive. The completeness of the change in the situation, ascribed variously to the failure of General Runnenkampff to close up the ring about the Germans, and brilliant strategy of 'he German leaders, is indicated by a report tele gr$hed from Petrograd by the Eng lish correspondent who previously had announced the Russians had wan an overwhelming victory. He now states th...

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. — 10 December 1914

A BROS ITY, N. D. I ut Sale of Our of Fall and Goods 11, to Dec. 24 will place oar entire large stock of adies' Coats, Skirts, Dresses and italic at prices never heard of, nor field. We must clear our count hat date we start for the eastern as under no circumstances, no our merchandise, we will not car season to another. This will give iStmas presents at the same sacri- 1 custom in our three stores, to close ng our orders for spring stock. As nd our purchasing power for three r^you the highest quality of goods at lsewhere. ur attention that our stock is brand city only four months and by tak surplus stock at such low prices, we you clean, up-to-date merchandise. sale since we came to Val an event that will be long ed by "the people of Valley lollars worth of goods we ntedoryour money back. Dec. II to Thursday, Dec. 24 to Bank off Valley City All our We have divided our immense stock of clothing into three lots— All our $io and 112.50 Men's Suits at Suits worth up to |i8, your choice...

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. — 10 December 1914

PAGE SIXTEEN. ASK* NORTH DAKOTA IMPROVE MENT COMPANY STOCK HOLDERS MAY FIGHT n.iHSnorl tn TqIta Ovpr!tra°t holders attend the meeting in Plans Outlined to lake uver,.^ ag possible and they can. not attend in person, I would suggest that the committee procure written proxies from as many of such Barnes Barnes County Holdings by Local Stockholders of the Defunct Company. A plan is under way for the stock-j JUDGE POLLOCK'S LETTER, holders of the North Dakota Improve ment company to take over the hold- ings in this county, paying their pro rato of indebtedness and tJke the property here at what it shall be ap praised at. There is some disatisfac tion and as a result the following com mittee was named at a recent Barnes county meeting to represent the local investors. At Fargo when the hear ing shall xake place. Darby O'Malley, Chairman, Valley City, X. D., J. H. S. Thomson, Valley City, N. D„ John Tracy, Valley City, N. D. Chas. W. Pollock, Fingal, N. D. Louis Noltimier, Valley City, N....

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 37. ALLIES GOING FORWARD ON JPRE FRONT Germany Admits Setback in Attacks on Warsaw—Aus trian Government Admits Evacuating Belgrade After Only Few Days' Occupation. London, Dec. 16.—The offensive movement of the French and British has become general, and is being push ed with strong forces, particularly in Flanders, Argonne, Woevre and Al sace. While the French claim to be successful at all points, except near Steinbach in Alsace, the German offi cial report says the allies' attacks have been unsuccessful in several places. On the whole, it appears that the al lies, now in the superiority in numbers and artillery, have succeeded in mak ing some progress, and have withstood the vigorous counter attacks by the Jermans. Admits Setback. The only news from the east this evening is the admission of the gen eral staff that the German column which advanced through Mlawa to ward Warsaw has "reoccupied its old positions owing to the superiority of the enemy." This in a measure ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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