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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

PAGE TWO VaHeyCityTlmes-Record MkMJTf 2TT, NORTH DAKOTA MttMripUo*. **.60 a year, In advance Mh. Oak., second claM mail Official Paper of Barnes County IS IT SO? The following interesting letter was published in the Fargo Forum in of the woman. Men are too apt to cry lation which always awaits the woman woman." THE BELGIAN SUFFERS TION IS CRITICAL. This work, for which the commis sion is acting as a distributing agency and clearing house, is the greatest or ganized charity and the greatest com missary undertaking in the history of at th* postofflo* in Valley the world. Every American should make himself in one way or another, a part of the undertaking. Every Amer ican must do it—or Belgium will star ve. Amasa P. Peake or any newspap er or bank will receive contributions in Barnes county. COURIER SEES THE LIGHT. To create and deveiop an al answer to an editorial that appeared one which appeals to big men and to in the Courier-News. It was signed men who can see things bigly. Such "A ...

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. — 17 December 1914

INE Ludefisk BRITISH SUBMARINE DIVED UNDER FIELD OF NINES AND TORPEDOED TURKISH BATTLESHIP MESSUDIEH London, Dec. 15.—A communication issued by the official bureau announc es tbat the Turkish battleship Messu dieh has been torpedoed by a British submarine. The official statement McGrath had a homestead near Bai ley, N. D., which was contested by John Sheehan, and which he lost to the latter. Sheehan on taking over the farm was befriended by Mrs. Mary Rappley, who loaned him horses to break the land. That evidence and suggested motive for revenge was brought up by the state in the hearing yesterday as a reason "why James Mc Grath should have set fire to the barn on the Rappley farm, destroying it to gether with six head of horses and many cattle. Following the fire on May 3, 1914, peculiar footprints were found, "which led from the Rappley barn to the Mc Grath home, and which were easily discerned in the soft loam and plough ed land. McGrath was arrested and his home searched. The sh...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

PAGE FOUR. NEWSY NORMALJOTES Gordon Cox was elected captain of the 1915 football team last week, when this year's team met for the last time to have its picture taken. Mrs. E. B. Biles, of the department of physical education introduced sev­!become eral of her classes in interesting folk dances during the general exercises on Monday morning. Prof. W. M. Wemett, supervisor of the Model school, addressed the Cass County School Officers' Association last Friday on "The Uselessness of War" in the auditorium of the Cassel ton High school. There will be special Christmas pro grams in the various rooms of the Mo del school on Friday. The kindergar ten will have its customary Christmas tree and a program of songs, games and recitations to which parents are invited. The Normal "Y" Quartet, consisting of John Rund, L. J. Seibel, L. W. Sei bel and Emil Wandke, furnished cha pel music on Monday morning, and gave evidence of a new organization that Avill take a prominent place in student activit...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

A THE CITY I PROM MONDAY'S DAILY MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1914. Simon Holme returned to his hu at Dazey on Saturday, after spendir. several days in Valley City last week. J. H. S. Thomson was a Fargo vis itor on Friday, where he spent the day and attended to matters of bus iness, returning to the city Friday evening. The executive board of the Asso ciated Charities will meet this, even ing in the city library at 7:30 o'clock. All members of that board will please remember the meeting tonight. Miss Adeline Proctor, who was re cently operated on for appendicitis at the Riverside hospital, is reported this morning as doing very nicely, which news will be of interest to her many Normal friends. J. C. Miller, of Page, was a caller in Valley City on Saturday, and wa» a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. S. Thomson, on North Forest UJ matters of business while in the city. Friday for Rock Island, Illinois, Frank White left yesterday iting his uncle, John Sad, returned to of the week to sp...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

PAG€ SIX. Mrs. H. Faust, Valley City, First $5, best bundle. Harper Bros., Valley City, First $5, best collection of 3 successive cuttings Lars Ruten, Hastings, Second $3.00, best collection of 3 successive cuttings Jacob Faust, Valley City, Third $2, best collection of 3 successive cuttings Miscellaneous Forage Crops. PREMIUMS AWARDED BARNES COUNTY CORN ALFALFA SHOW AND Complete List of Awards Are Distributed Over a Large Territory Best Samples of Corn Ever Shown. The first and complete list of awards at the Corn and Alfalfa show recently held in Valley City. There was some delay in securing the complete list but it will be interesting ?ven at this late date. Farmer's Display—Corn W. W. Blacker, Valley City, First prize ?5, Minn. No. 13 Frank Blacker, Valley City, Third Prize $2, Minn. No. 13. Einer Bergen, Valley City Second Prize $3, Early Flint. J. F. Jaberg, Sanborn, First prize $5 White Dent. C. E. Jaberg, Sanborn, Third prize $2, White Dent. M. Moflit, Valley City, First priz...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

r": Lfgal Advertisments SUMMONS. Jerome Kintner, August Heldel, Au- 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 above named Defendants: Notice. To the above named Defendants: Take notice that the verified com plaint in the above entitled action was duly filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court, in the Court House, at Valley City, Barnes County, Notrh Dakota, on the 12th day of November, A. D., 1914, and is now on file therein. And you are further notified that the object of said action ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

•AGE EfOffT. Thermos and Universal Bottles At Holiday Low Prices Pints— $1, $1.50 and $2 Quarts— $2.50 and $3.00 Lunch K'tr, with Bottle, in in and Trays— $2.25 and $2.50 Lunch Sets, it and Food Box $3.50 to $4.50 Carrying Cases $1.00 to $4.00 Brass Goods SOMETHING DAINTY AND UNUSUAL, TOO A large assortment in Colonial Erass, Old Brass, Parthenon Brass, Royal Bronze, Cellini Bronze. Smoking Sets from $2.50 to Ash Trays, Tobacco Jars, Cigar Lighters, Calendars, Paper Knives, Paper Clips, Paper W 5 0 to Collar Bags from $1.50 to Necktie Holders to Leather Tie Cases $3.50 to Military Brushes, $235 to FICTION All the lat est, and most up-to date books— $1.00 to $1.50 POPULAR FICTION 800 titles— 50 Cents GIFT BOOKS Fancy and Leather Bindings— 25c to $4.00 25c to $5.00 In handsome Holiday boxes Our assortment is large, our values exceptional. Our assortment was never as thorough as at the present time. It has been our aim to give the best selection of Leather Goods to be found in the Nort...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 37. of France and Russia. Negotiations Closed, Said, Because Fears Consequences GERMANY ENDS PEACE HOE, BERLIN DISPATCH DECLARES Teuton Representatives De- iterm^of clared to Have Met Those Berlin, Germany, (via London), Dec, 12.—Denials coming from all the war ring nations that peace negotiations Wuertemberg. were under way two weeks ago must not be taken too seriously. These de nials are more likely to mean that the "Feelers" Thrown Out. on the basis of some Russian guaranty to give up the long cherished ambition to occupy Constantinople. Diplomats' Moves Significant. Of course, it is easy to deny thai, conversations on this point have bepn held, but known facts, such as Ambas sador Cambon's presence in Rome and Ambasador Flotow's private conversa tion with King Victor Emmanuel of Italy indicate that private information which it is impossible to publish, is reliable. What progress these negotiations made will certainly not be known urs til after the war, as they we...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

PAGE TEN PROMINENT VALLEY CITY WOMAN IS SUDDENLY STRICKEN PIONEER RESIDENT OF THIS CITY PASSED AWAY EARLY THIS MORNING. MONDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1914. Valley City residents were shocked and grieved this morning to hear of the sudden passing away of Mrs. Robert Baillie. at her home on West Fifth street, the end coming at 3:30 o'clock after just a short illness. Mrs. Baillie had been suffering from hardening of the arteries for several years, and has had various attacks of sickness, but of late had seemed in good health, and seemed unusually well yesterday, un til about ten o'clock last evening. A short time after she passed into uncon sciousness, the end coming early this morning. Jean Nielson Baillie was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1851, and from there came to Hamilton, Ontario, where she was married to Robert Bail lie. From there she and her husband moved to Michigan, where they lived at different points until 18S0, when the family came to Valley City, and slie has made her home her...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

comty Commissioners Official Proceedings COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE. Valley City, N. D., Dec. 1st, 1914. The following warrants were issued by the Auditor as per resolution of the County Commissioners and as provid ed for by law: Chas. W. Nelson, salary Coun ty Auditor $200.00 M. H. Nelson, Salary County Auditor Deputy 85.00 May Baillie, Salary County Audi tor Clerk 75.00 Jessie E. Thorkelson, Salary County Auditor Clerk ...... 65.00 Constance McPherson, Salary County Auditor Clerk 60.00 Thomas A. Collins, Salary Coun ty Treasurer 200.00 Henry B. Nelson, Salary Coun ty Treasurer Deputy 85.00 O. M. Roe, Salary Register of Deeds 1®® Anna Ramseth, Salary Register of Deeds Deputy 85.00 Julia Iverson, Salary Register of Deeds Clerk 65.00 Carrie Jenson, salary register of deeds clerk 55.00 K. B. Connor, salary, working on numerical index in regis ter of deeds office 75.00 O. H. deS Irgens, Salary Coun ty Judge 166.66 Betty McPherson, Salary Coun ty Judge Clerk 65.00 Harry N. Olsby, Salary Cl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 17 December 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 December 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 38 ASSOCIATED CHARITIES ON CHRISTMAS IN 1914 We think we are perfectly correct in saying that never, since the Chris tian era began, has the world at large been called upon to pass Christmas under such conditions as during the present year. It sounds rather anoma lous to sound the old Christmas note "Peace on earth, good will to men," with an unpresedented bloody war en gaging so many of the leading nations •of the earth within its fell embrace. "While painfully appreciating the con trast between the principles contain ed in this Christmas message and present conditions, we must still go on being "Good Fellows", spreading cheer and good will among tne more unfortunate, some of which we have at our doors. With the coming of the gladsome •Christmas season the Associated Char ities of Valley City Are anxious to fill the boxes with clothing and food fop TURKEY SUFFERING BY ATTACK FROM FRONT AND REAR Russians Insist They Merely Fell Back to Get Better Position to Withstan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 December 1914

PAGE TWO aHey City Tl mes-Record VMMm OTT, NORTH &AJEOTA WWllttW, |1.60 7MT, tn idTIDN it tl* poatoflk* ta Yalkjr ZtalL, m«oii4 el«M ull Official Paper of Barnes County 12 REAL CHARITY. One of the best examples of "real charity" that has been called to the attention of the Times Record repre sentative, this winter Is the case of a twelve year old girl who attends school in the city. The mother, a widow, has been unable to dress the cnild well and the teacher had foun& the little girl backward, not only in her studies but in play and in every thing in which she was expected to take part. A few days ago the atten tion of one of the noble women of Val ley City who is wealthy was called to the condition of the little girl. The lady took her at once and bought and made her all new clothing. A noble deed you say, but the story has just begun. The new clothing was the changing of the child. From a back ward, awkward, sullen scholar with the new clothes on she instantly be came one ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 December 1914

War. 5*^ THE I GERMANS CLAM RUS SIANS ARE FLEEING BEFORE THE ENEMY Position Changed for Strat egic Reasons, Says Russians —England Now Aroused and All England Going to London, Dec. 19.—Although it seems there is no doubt the Russians are re treating, for the present any anticipa tion the allies had of an early invasion of Germany must be dismissed as -considerable mystery surrounds tne reported decisive victory by Germans Tvhich Berlin celebrated last night. Pursuing Russians. Vienna gives a few details of the fighting in the east, claiming the beaten Russian main force is being pursued on the entire battle front 250 miles from Grosno (Galicia) to the mouth of the Bzura river (Poland) but silence is maintained regarding Is'orth Poland, where the German vic tory is said to have been achieved. Just Changed Positions. Petrograd merely says: "We thot fit to rearrange the positions of some •of our armies," but further advices are eagerly awaited. An Amsterdam .quoting the Berlin papers a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 December 1914

»AQu FOUR. PROHIBITION VOTED DOWN BY THE HOUSE resolution. Prohibition leaders said the major ity for the resolution fulfilled their ex pectations, as they had not hoped for a two-thirds vote of those present. Administration leaders tonight thot it unlikely that a similar resolution pending in the senate would reach a vote at this session. On the final vote 386 votes were recorded, To carry would have required 258. Miss E 3Knds wsa It was after ten hours of remark able debate that the final vote came, closing one of the most stormy con-1 ply ask for a kidney remedy tests in recent days in congress. Fol- Doan's Kidney Pills—the same lowing votes on several amendments, Representative Hobson closed the general debate, participated in by all house leaders, many oS wnom were repeatedly cheered by the crowded galleries. Speaker Clark frequently admonish ed the spectators to maintain order. Before the final roll call, Hobson pre sented an amendment, which was adopted, giving to "congress a...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 December 1914

THE CITY MONDAY'S DAILY MONDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1914. Dr. Gabriel of Enderlin was an ar rival in the city on Saturday and spent A. G. Becker of Rogers was a visi- tor in the city on Sunday, and while here was registered at the Hotel Kin dred. Mrs. S. P. Nokken of Rogers was among the out of town visitors in Val ley City on Saturday and was regis tered as a guest at the Hotel Kindred Miss Lillian Flath leaves tomorrow for Casselton, where she will spend at Luverne, N. D., will spend the Xmas Q0jeman ,wm holidays in the city at the home ofjtlme her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George A. Fridd. Miss Ellen Lackowitzer has arrived in the city from Vergas, Minnesota, and will spend the holidays in Valley City visiting her sister, Miss Mary Lackowitzer. Mrs. James Grady returned to the «ity on Friday from St. Paul, where she has been spending several weeks. Mrs. Grady has been ill at St. Luke's hospital and is feeling much improved and came home to spend the- holidays. Miss Jessie Sargent will have ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 December 1914

six. Should the Austro-Germans follow the Russians into Poland, another big ifbattle will soon be in progress, which m/iy decide whether the Germans are •to get to Warsaw, or the Russians i3£ain threaten an invasion of Ger 2HP11V. CHEAT BATTLE RAGING NEAR WARSAW- GERMAN ADVANCE MEETS STRONG OPPOSITION Warsaw, Dec. 17.—A great battle is 3n progress at Sochaczew, thirty miles west of Warsaw. A German wedge, proceeding southeasterly from Ilow, raianaged, after heavy fighting and {great losses, to establish itself a quar ter of a mile of Sochaczew. The German column was met at Sochaczew by fierce resistance on the part of the Russians. The fighting -was extremely severe, at many points leading to hand-to-hand encounters. The artillery fire on both sides was heavy and continuous. German aero planes are constantly circling over the town. Reinforcements are being pour ed in rapidly on both sides. The Russians are bringing in troops by highway and by railway from War saw. The Germans are mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 December 1914

Lfgal Advartismonts NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY ADVERTISEMENT. Notice is Hereby Given, That that certain mortgage, executed and deliv-j ered by Herbert Weston and Phebe E. A. Weston, his wife, mortgagors, to Fargo Loan Agency, Mortgagee, dated the 18th day of August A. D. nineteen hundred and thirteen (1913) and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Barnes and State of North Dakpta, on the 21st day of August A. D. 1913, at 3:10 p. m., and recorded in Book 54 of Mortgages, at page C01, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter described, at the front1 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 p. m., on Saturday, the 2nd day of January, 1915, to satisfy the amount due upon said mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in said mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are those certain premises situated in th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 December 1914

Upon, NATION-WIDE "DRV" MEASURE WAS UP IN HOUSE TUESDAY The Hobson Constitutional Amendment For National Prohibition to Be Acted Wellington, Dec. 22 Legislative weapons are being furnished for the Jina! struggle in the house Tomorrow luvtr Tlie Hobson constitutional aunojvlnient for national prohibition. fight begins at ten in the morn iaiig and will last until the roll is calk-l on the resolution to submit the amendment to the state legisla tures for ratification. Opponents Certain. The opponents of prohibition are certain tonight it will be impossible to muster an affirmative vote of two thirds of the house necessary to send the resolution to the senate. But the supporters of the resolution have claimed a "substantial majority" which will at least assure victory In the preliminary skirmish for votes on the special rule presented by Chairman Henry of the rules com mittee, for a consideration of the Hob son resolution. To Adopt Rule. The rule will be voted on after a two hour debate...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 24 December 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 38 BELGIANS ARE PROVIDED FOR A SHORT TIME Between $7,000,000 and $10, 000,000 Worth of Food Stuffs Have Been Provided by Americans. Ixmdon, Dec. 19—The members 01 the American commission, for the re lief of Belgium "were entertained American business men at a luncheon at a club tonight. Herbert Hoove*, chairman of the commission, spoke of the organization work of the commis sion, and the plight of the Belgians. He said that close harmony existed be tween the commission and the nation al committee in Belgium. In describ ing the latter body, he said: "Its patron protector and most ar dent spirit is the American minister, Brand Whitlock, for whom the Bel gian people cherish a justifiably and undying affection." Americans Generous. Chairman Hoover said the food al ready provided through the commis sion aggregated in value between $7,000,000 and $10,000,000. "The rv sponse of the American people to the appeal in behalf of the Belgians was •even greater than the contributi...

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