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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 7 January 1915

PAGE SIX. Note Regarded As Hopeful for Settlement. A frank discussion of the note by British officials show® 'that they re gard it as friendly and they do not Will Go Over Question With Page. Sir Edward Grey came back from his holiday vacation to handle the matter in person. The note of the American govern ment has only just reached the Brit ish government, and it is likely to oc cupy the attention of the ministry for a long time. In the meanwhile it is understood that Walter H. Page, the American ambassador, will be invited to go over the entire question with Foreign Sec retary Grey. Scandinavia's Action Involved. Much dekends upon thft effective ef fort on the part of Denmark, Hol land, Norway and Sweden to prevent the reshipment to Germany ana One prominent British official point ed out that Italy has effectively checked contraband shipments to Aus tria-Hungary and Germany, with the result 'that Great Britain is not stop ping ships destined for Italy unless there appears special ...

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. — 7 January 1915

9 ,r* 1 :i\ 1® Yr" *«£--,i ss •&?v si Legal Advertisments NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. Notice is hereby given that a certain mortgage executed and delivered, by Andrew Moe, mortgagor, to Frank Flora, mortgagee, dated February 20th, 1912, and filed for record to the of* fice of the Register of Deeds in and for Barnes County, North Dakota, on the 21st day of February, A. D. 1012 at 9:20 A. M. and duly recorded in Book 47 of Mortgages oii page 36 there of, -will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises described in said mortgage and which said premises are herein after described, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Val ley City, Barnes County, North Dakota, at the hour of two o'clock P. M. on Saturday, the 23rd day of January, A. D. 1915, to satisfy the amount due said mortgagee under the terms of said mortgage on said day of sale, in cluding taxes paid, together with the statutory attorneys fees and the costs of said sale as by law provided. You are further...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 7 January 1915

HUNDREDS Men's and Young Men's Suits LOT 1. One lot of Men's and Yoiyig Men's Suits con sisting of such makes as H. S. & M. and Sopho more, to sell during this sale at One-Fourth off. Regular $30.00 Suits, sale price Regular $27.50 Suits, sale price Regular $25.00 Suits, sale price Regular $22.50 Suits, sale price Regular $20.00 Suits, sale price Regular $18.00 Suits, sale price Regular $16.00 Suits, sale price ...$22.50 ... 20.63 ... 18.75 1 6 8 8 ... 15.00 ... 13.50 1 2 0 0 LOT NO. 2. To sell at One Third off. Regular $30.00 Suits, Regular $27.50 Suits, Regular $25.00 Suits, Regular $22.50 Suits, Regular $20.00 Suits, Regular $18.00 Suits, Regular $15.00 Suits, sale price sale price sale price sale price sale price sale price sale price Single Pants ..$20.00 .. 18.34 .. 16.67 .. 15.00 .. 13.14 1 2 0 0 .. 10.00 One table of Young Men's Long Pants Suits. Sizes from 13 to 36, at regular price from $12.00 to $20.00, your choice during this sale at $7.50 Boys' Knee Pants Suits Our ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 7 January 1915

1 1 t- *uL & $ SECTION TWO 7'1t I tv ,l. (S„ .. I.*1 I ijfei- k1 fef5 VOL. XXXVI. NO. 40. 4 1, mmr mi ki*^ m,- fSB iliiSw aw .•.wu.Tvn The German Industries and Finances Make Fine Show ing in War Time. OFFICERS DENY THAT GERMANY WAS ASKING FOR PEACE Berlin, Jan. 2—A dispatch under a Paris date to the Journal de Geneve of Geneva, Switzerland, to the effect that Germany was willing in Septem ber to conclude separate peace with Prance, elicited today a categorical denial from the Nord-Deutsche Allge meine Zeitung. The report is to the effect that a basis for peace was to be the restitution of Alsace-Lorraine to France and the acquisition of Belgium by Germany. The Zeitung declares that Germany never thought of re storing Alsace-Loraine to France. Turks Stopped. Petrograd, Jan. 2. The following statement is from the general staff of the army of the Caucasus, issued to night: "Fierce encounters have taken place around Sarakamyah (in Trans-Cau casia, 35 miles southwest of Kars.) We ha...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 7 January 1915

PAGE TEN. kr J**' COPYRIGHT 1914 THE HOUSE OF KUPPENHEIMER Hon. A. P. Hanson of Litch ville, Honored With Large Majority in Final Vote for Speakership™ Contest. A. P. Hanson of Litchville was elected speaker of the house yester day after a short contest in the cau cus his vote was 55, with Thompson 37, Hendrickson 5, and Twitchell 3. His selection by the caucus was equivalent to an election and all that remained was the formality of a vote in the house. Hanson's candidacy was greatly helped when Twitchell of Cass, Hal vorson of Bottineau, Devit of Rich land, and Burnett of Traill, withdrew from the race. Their withdrawal •was the result of a conference held late Saturday night which lasted un til the early Sunday morning hours. All of them withdrew their names in favor of Hanson. A. P. Hanson is a law graduate of the University of Minnesota and has for the past ten years been engaged in the banking business at Litchville. He is a rather quiet and not at all ag gressive, honest and u...

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. — 7 January 1915

I# .ri&'Si 11 4, OHB-CS OFFICE OF FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE DEMONSTRATIONS IN THE NORTHERN AND WESTERN STATES Mr. Alex. Karr, Chautauqua Association, Valley City, N. D. Dear Mr. Karr: PHONS YOUR WANTS T* i1m«s-Kacord: "QmliX ii re Money There isn't much if any dif ference in the price you pay for hard coal—no matter where you buy it. But there IS apt to be quite a difference in the HEAT value. It's not any dealer's fault either because it sometimes happens that different lots of coal from the same mine are quite differ ent in quality, I have been particularly for tunate this year in getting a hard coal that is very good—bet ter I think, than the average. There is always a little slate in hard coal, but my stock this year has less than usual. It is a bright, clean coal—a coal that makes more heat oer ton than usual and naturally less, ashes. The longest and probably the coldest part of the winter is ahead of us. This hard nut coal of ours will give you the most, heat for your money. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 7 January 1915

PAGE TWELVE $ The girl wrung her hands. "But foow could Judith get there—and with her men—and ammunition?" "Don't ask me. Going on my expe dience with the lady, I'd be willing to ibet that she was picked up by the leteamer that ran us down, and pro ceeded to make a prize of It—or try to. One thing's certain—she must .have^ found j?r stolen a boat from uoniebo^y they couldn't have made •Norton's reef by swimming—it's too The Trey O' Hearts ^continued irum llmraauy.J CHAPTER'XVI. The Island. Not more than twenty seconds could have elapsed before Barcus recovered from the shock of the motor's treach ery sufficiently to reverse the wheel, throttle down the carburetor and Jum]j out of the engine-pit. But In that small space of time the lifeboat and Alan Law had parted com pany as definitely as though one of them had been levitated bodily to the far side of the earth. It could not have been more than a minute after the accident before Barcus was guiding the boat over what, going on his se...

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. — 14 January 1915

fv ,' 1 IVV". J?}, Sect/on One THE VOL. XXXVI. NO. 41. Bring Reinforcements to Pre vent Threatening French Move—Lull on East Front. Geneva, Switzerland, Jan. 13—Re ports from Friederichshafen, the loca tion of the Zeppelin works, says that the Germans have established a base for aerial fighting craft near Ghent, Belgium. Four Zeppelins of the latest type and a number of aeroplanes have been assembled at the new aviation grounds. From this point the Zeppe lins made the recent raid over C?.!aia. Weather Severe. Severe weather conditions prevail in the east, as in the "west, calling a halt Ottoman Chief Captured. The Turks deny they have been de feated by the Russians in the Cau- chief of the general staff of the Third Ottoman Army cops, who was sent by the sultan to investigate the reported defeat, was captured by the Cossacks. Agrees to Italy's Demands. cessions a expected. GERMANS ON OFFENSIVE IN WEST WAR ARENA London, Jan. 13.—A Berlin -wireless says the military establishments in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

rMifc TWO ValieyCityTlmes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. •tMMriptlaB, 91.60 a rear, In advance Mvd at tfe* poetofllee In Valley A*, Mb. Oalu. eecon4 cIm* mall £. O. LUM Manager-Editor Official Paper of Barnes County 12 CONTEST HOGS PAY WAiGES. A wage of 75 cents a day for car Ing for a litter of pigs is actually "what Anna Barrett of Larimore re ceived. She was in the North Dakota Pork Production contest which was conducted by the Better Farming sec tion of the North Dakota Experiment Station. The aim of this contest was to see who could produce the most pork from a litter of pigs in the Short est time and at the least cost. Miss, Anna Barrett won the contest with a litter of 14 Duroc Jersey pigs that at 209 days weighed 3811 pounds. She sold them for 6 1-2 cents a pound which brought her the sum of $247.71. The cost of the feed was $91.49 leav ing a return of $156.22 above the cost of the feed. The average grain per day was 18 1-4 pounds which was The next best record was made b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

Total Total Washington, Jan. 8.—Regulations to govern the placing of stamps on con veyances of real property in payment of the war tax, were issued last night by Commissioner of Internal Revenue Osborn. The tax is fifty cents on deeds that amount to over $100 and No. 2548 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK at Valley City, in the State of North Dakota, at the close of business, De cember 31, 1914. RESOURCES Loans and discounts $748,821.80 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 4,7'69.95 TJ. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) 25,000.00 Other bonds to secure postal savings 5,000.00 Bonds, securities, etc., (school warrants) on hand (other than stocks), including premiums on same 26,010.14 Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve Bank $ 9,000.00 Less amount unpaid 7,500.00 Ranking house, $12,215.00 furniture and fixtures$5,000.00....... Other real estate owned 10.469.6C Cash Due from Federal Reserve Bank 13,000.00 Due from approved reserve agents in central ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

t* PAOK FOUR. "SXA Mining Trenches. London, Jan. 11.—A dispatch from Amsterdam today says that reports reached there that the surrender of Warsaw to the Germans is immiennt. No such claim has been made by the Germans themselves and military ex perts here scout the idea, asserting that Warsaw is in less danger now than at any time for several weeks. Rio De Janeiro, Jan. 11.—Reports reaching here tonight say that the German battle cruiser Von Der Tann, which was recently reported as leav ing Helgoland to reinforce the Ger man squadron ot Admiral Von Spee, has been sunk with all on board in a battle with the British battle cruiser Invincible. According to the latest report re ceived here, the Invincible was un hurt and has reached port. Battle Reported Off Brazil Coast The message says the battle took place off Pernambuco, Brazil- The first report reaching here said that both the Invincible and the Von Der Tann had been sunk in the battle. Invincible ''Still Afloat." Later, however, th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

THE CITY THURSDAY'S DAILY THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1915. Professor Seymour, of the State Normal school faculty left on Monday evening for Iowa, where he was call ed owing to the death of his father. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Grangard of Rogers were Valley City visitors yes terday, and were registered at the Ho tel Rudolf while here. The members of the Music €lub will meet on Friday evening at the resi dence of Mrs. L. S. Platou on Euclid Avenue, the meeting having been Number Baby's Fine Crib Blankets Baby's Fine Crib Blankets Widely advertised "Nashua" wool nap quality. Size 36x50 inches. Made to retail at $1.25. 7Qp Pre-inventory price, pair 1 Uv Widely advertised "Nashua" wool nap quality. Size 36x50 inches. Made to retail at $1.25. 7Qp Pre-inventory price, pair 1 Uv Ladies Ouling Flannel Nightgowns Ladies Ouling Flannel Nightgowns Our regular 98c gowns, plain white or striped, your choice ftQr Our regular 98c gowns, plain white or striped, your choice ftQr Knit Gaps ani Hoods That sold at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

PAGE 81X. HOLDS INHERITANCE LAW DISCRIMINATION Grafton, N. D., Jan. 9—An import ant legal decision, which will be far reaching in its effect was handed down by County Judge George Shep herd, in the estate of Rev. V. Stephan, deceased, former pastor of the Catho were willed to the church at Veseley-.anc* ville, of about $$2,000. Under the new inheritance tax any sums passed by will or the law of de scent to a brother, or sister of the de cedent, shall pay a tax of one and one half per cent, if the person receiving the bequest is a resident of the United States, but by the operations of the law this tax is raised so 25 per cent of the individuals receiving the be quest are aliens not residing in the United States. The representatives of Joseph Step han objected to paying the tax of 25 per cent, and argued that the law was unconstitutional in that it discriminat-fifth. \7ncte S'am Offers All Americans a Chance to Feed Starving 'Belgium Arrangements Made For Sending Parcel Post Packages...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

$p' Legal Advertisnents NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. Notice is hereby given that a certain mortgage executed and delivered, by Andrew Moe, mortgagor, to Frank Flora, mortgagee, dated February 20th, 1912, and filed for record in the of fice of the Register of Deeds in and for Barnes County, North Dakota, on the 21st day of February, A. D. 1912 at 9:20 A. M. and duly recorded in Book 47 of Mortgages oii page 36 there of, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises described in said mortgage and which said premises are herein after described, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Val ley City, Barnes County, North Dakota, at the hour of two o'clock P. M. on Saturday, the 23rd day of January, A. D. 1915, to satisfy the amount due said mortgagee under the terms of. said mortgage on said day of sale, in cluding taxes paid, together with the statutory attorneys fees and the costs of said sale as by law provided. You are further notified that the de fault under said ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

PAGE EIGHT. COURT CONTINUES SESSION-CIVIL CASES ARE BEING TRIED LD TIMERS IT CONCERT WITS ORCHESTRA BIG UNION PROGRAM SCHEDULED IN NORMAL AUDITORIUM FOR BOTH YOUNG AND OLD. If the old airs that our mothers used to sing in the days of the hoop skirt and our fathers in braided cutaways, don't appeal to you, you will not enjoy the Old Time Concert repeated by the Sorosis Club in conjunction with the porgram of the Valley City-Normal School Orchestra next Monday even-l ing in the Normal auditorium. If a program of this nature brings back recollections of the traditions of the "good old times", then you 'will not want to miss these two programs unit ed in one Monday evening. There will be vocal quartets, trios, duets and solos, besides instrumental numbers that will take you back for the evening to where "General Grant Marched," "When You and I Were Young, Maggie," "Reuben, Reuben, I've Been Thinking" of "John Ander son, My Jo," you "Pass Under the Rod," "Curfew Shall Not Ring To night."...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

'v.. fv'.r W v1"V' /'*V' VOL. XXXVI. NO. 41. 3'^V* Turkey may move the government from Constantinople to Adrianoile says a Sofia, Bulgaria RUMANIA AND ITALY TO ACT TOGETHER Persia Virtually Declares War on Turkish Invaders—Little Country Desires to Remain Neutral, But Must Defend Its People- London, Jan. 9.—The morning Post's Bucharest correspondent says: "Ru mania is mobilizing 750,000 men, of which 500,000 from the field army. Rumania will strike, regardless of Italy's decision on entering the war.' From Paris comes the report that Rumania and Italy have agreed to en ter the war simultaneously. Rome, Jan. 9.—With its territory invaded by hordes of Kurds and Turks Persia has sent an ultimatum to the Turkish government at Constantinople -demanding the immediate withdrawal of these troops and full recognition of the neutrality of Persia, according to an interview in the (Jiornale •d'ltalia today with the Persian minis ter. Persia declared the minister, desired to remain neutral but e...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

PAGE TEN. P, £4 ®Sfc' GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE MARES SOME POPULAR Terms of Office. Two years ago I recommended in my message to the legislature l^ur year terms for state officers. I wish to earnestly re-recommend that our state the election of state and county offi cers for four year terms instead of two year terms also that a Governor who shall have served four years shall not be eligible for a consecutive eiec tion. Business Agent. North D&kota should have a busi ness agent. Nearly every town in North Dakota has a commercial club, but few of the towns are financially able to employ a salaried secretary. We should encourage the location of manufacturing plants in the state. There is an opportunity to build up a •great pottery industry, perhaps glass factories, and certainly all kinds of her coal fields and the School of °n at Nortb Dakota shall become that which we hope it will become, we must not be content to be simply a raiser of so-called raw matenal, but must man- ufacture this ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

GOVERNOR'S ME88A1QE MAKES SOME POPU LAR RECOMMENDATIONS (Continued from Pag® 10.) sion for the state. Now is the right time to do this and I would suggest that a bill be passed by the legisla ture authorizing the naming of a com* mission. An art commission's work is not alone to make suggestions as to any monuments that may be erected in the state, but also to make valuable suggestions to counties, school dis tricts and citizens generally as to buildings that may be erected and an art commission can do a great deal of good in North Dakota. War. On the other side of the Atlantic the people are engaged in a bloody and tumultuous warfare, a warfare that has shocked the whole civilized world. To those unfortunate nations that are involved in that great con flict and to those other nations who are suffering by reason thereof, we extend our heartfelt symathy. We, here in North Dakota, have reason to thank God from the bottom of our hearts that the lines of our lives are cast where they ar...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 14 January 1915

V-*- PAGE TWELVE ..." &' The Trey O'Hearts (Continued from Thursday.) The girl responded with a quiet laugh of the most natural effect imag inable—until it ended in a sigh, and without the least warning she crum pled upon herself, and would have fallen heavily, in a dead faint, but foi Alan's quickness. "Good Lord!" Barcus exclaimed, ae iAian gently lowered the inert body oi the giri to the sand*. "And to think I didn't understand she was so nearly all in—chaffing her like that! I'd like to kick myself!" "Don't be impatient," Alan advised [grimly "I'm busy just at present, but He had come to the headland of the lighthouse itself before the ground began to shelve more gently to the beach and was on the point of ad dressing himself to the dark and silent cottage of the lightkeeper when he paused, struck by sight of what till then had been hidden from him. The promontory, he found, formed the eastern extremity of a wide-armed If shallow harbor where rode at moor ings a considerable...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 21 January 1915

Section One VOL. XXXVI. NO. 42. iKE ATM OH YPRES E, •RITISH MOVE IN FRESH TROOPS TO DEFEND TOWN—VIOL ENT BATTLE IS IN PROGRE88. ALLIES ATTEMPTING TO BREAK TEUTONS' LINES •French and British Are Attempting te Press Forward to the Northwest of St Mihiel—Capture German Trenches in Le Pretere Forest. London, Jan. 20.—The Germans have fcegun another offensive movement, ac cording to unofficial advices from Hoi {land. It is said that the German heavy artillery has gone into action and that a battle is in progress for possession 40f Ypres. The British are moving In fresh |troops to defend this town, around hich occurred some of the heaviest ghting of the war at the time the iGermans were attempting to force their way to the English channel. The assault on Ypres, following the (victory of the Germans at Soissons land their attack at Albert, marks the Ithird movement of the kind within a week. A further advance in the effort to ierce the German line above St. Mi lei, near the eastern end of ...

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