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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 December 1913

Only 11 Buying Days Before Xmas Our Stock Contains Useful Things lor Presents FOR Dress Waist Petticoat Fur Coat Fur Neck Scarf Fur Huff Dress Skirt Cloth Coat Underwear Sweater Handkerchiefs Kid Gloves Corset Neckwear Slippers Mittens Blankets Bed Spreads It Ymt IF THEY DO1 THERE IS A REMEDY Buy a pair of N S*B Special" €*t8l«w and experience the satisfaction and coofoft of perfect fitting eyeglass. Let us show you this new Eyeglass. BUTLER &£ Phone 377 Valley City, N. AM. N. THE CITY SPENCER D. REED, CHIROPRAC TOR PHONE 188—tit E. MAIN tT. I FROM MONDAY'S DAILY Miss Jennie Hunter la spending a .few days here from Dazey visiting with friends. Mabel V. Jameson of Mannarth, N. D., was in the city for several hours Friday. F. F. C. Tenney spent Saturday and Sunday in Fargo transacting business and visiting with friends. County Clerk C. H. Olsby is very seriously ill at his home on East Main street. Dr. Gabriel spent Saturday evening •and Sunday here visiting with friends, returnin...

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. — 11 December 1913

#A»E SIX (Written especially for the Times Record.) "Do your children believe in Santa -Claus?" I asked a neighbor. "I have always told them that Santa Claus is the Spirit of Christmas," was the reply. The Spirit of Christmas! What is it? How shall we obtain it? To what extent may we observe it in these hur rying, over-crowded days of the twen tieth century? What are the charac teristic elements of this Spirit? Let us briefly analyze it: First of all Christmas must be dedicated to gift giving. This is fundamental, for is not the whole observation of the day in commemoration of the greatest gift -with which this sin-cursed world was ever blessed? Surely the Spirit of Christmas must represent that "Peace on earth, good will to men" which proclaimed its origin. It must also be calm, thoughtful of others, and, fin ally, happy. In our Christmas giving are we not inclined too largely to a mere ex change of money values rather than a hearty, spontaneous giving of our selves? Does not the c...

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. — 11 December 1913

i. W A N S IFOR SAXiE—Some excellent cockerels for Bale at reasonable prices. All stock from trap-nested, heavy laying hens. Am short of room. M. C. James. 11-14- -3tw '"FOR SALE—Full blood Barred Ro^l: eggs for hatching. Inquire of D. Col ville, Phone 322L City. 4-18-wtf *FOR SALE—White Wyandotte Eggs, $1.50 per setting. Inquire for prices on large quantities. Marion White, •0 Phone 905L. 4-17-tfw TO EXCHANGE—Almost new 5-40 Automobile for residence. E. D. Lum Land Co. 4-24-w TO EXCHANGE—Limited acreage, California fruit lands, suburbs Sac ramento, 75,000 people will ex change for improved farm land or income property. Wentworth & Griffith, 100 Metropolitan Life, Min neapolis. ll-13-4tw FOR SALE—Two Poland China boars, one registered. H. H. Tooley, R. R. No. 5, City. ll-20-6tw* FOR SERVICE—Holsteln Bull, regis tered. Service fees $3.00. Apply to Detmers Brothers, Valley City, N. P. Phone Rural, 9031. ll-20-2tw* FOR EXOHANUb—AnytbiDg you are not using may be of great value to to...

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. — 11 December 1913

THE CITY WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1913. Miss Katherine FJelde went to Far go today to attend the Paderewski con cert this evening. W. J. Curren with his returned to Jamestown" this morning after a short visit here family. The Misses Martha Sebby, Margaret and Amanda Bonhus and Mesdames -Carl Olson and L. S. Platou went down to Fargo today to hear Paderewski play tonight. Miss Hanna Martiqdale of Bathgato who is a student oH the Normal school is ill at the Riverside hospital, having undergone an operation there Monday. Next Friday afternoon will be Guest Day of the W. C. T. U. and the ladies will meet at the home of Mrs. George Hanna, each member bringing one guest. Miss Evelyn Tougas, formerly em ployed here in the office of the Times Record, and who has taken up the study of nursing at the Northwest hos pital, is in the city visiting with friends and relatives. The Elks will give another of their dancing parties next Friday evening. On this occasion the colors of the or der, purple ...

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. — 11 December 1913

VOL. XXXV, NO. 37. NORTHWEST NEVER IN BETTER SHAPE, SAYS CHAIRMAN CLOUGH Chairman of the Northern Pacific Directors Is Optimistic Over Conditions Along Line of Railroad—Heavy Expenditures Made. New York, Dec. 5.—Colonel William P. Clough, chairman of the board of the Northern Pacific Railway company returned yesterday from a three weeks' daylight inspection trip of the lines of the entire Northern Pacific system embracing about 6,500 miles. He not only went over the main line, but also the more important branches all the way from Ashland, Wis., to the Pacific coast. Colonel Clough did not hesitate to say that he had never seen the North ern Pacific in such good condition phy sically. This is the result of the heavy expenditures that have been made within the last two or three years for improvement and betterment work. It is his judgment the Northern Paci fic now is in a position to do from one third to one-half more business with out increasing its facilities, except pos sibly in so...

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. — 11 December 1913

UNITED STATES TROOPS MEETING REFUGEES ATLINE TO RENDER AID Many Bearing Riches from Interior Arrive—8 Days in Desert—Fighting Continues. Presidio, Texas, Dec. 9.—The com plete route of Huerta's Federal army ta northern Mexico, with the frantic flight of his generals for safety on the border, and the demoralization of the unpaid troops, all were established with the arrival at Ojinaga, Mexico, op posite Presidio, of the civilians and sol diers who deserted the city of Chihua hua. In a remarkable hegira, which strug gled for eight days over the 185-miile trail through deserts and endured great hardships for the want of food and water, were General Salvador Mer cado, Huerta's deposed military gov ernor and commander of the federal troops in the north General Orozco Rajos, Caraveo, Salazar, and a host of subordinate officers, all of whom de serted their posts in fear of General Villa's rebels, and virtually surrender ed Chicuahua, the state capital, to the rebels. Along with them came, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 December 1913

Garters and Arm Bands, all boxed at 618 FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY C. E. Eckern was in town from Tow er City all day today on business. Among those who were registered at one of the local hotels today was O. G. Slche of Page. O. A. Barton who has been visiting schools in the southwest part of the county since Tuesday returned home last night. Mrs. O. Thogerson who has been The Store of Practical Gifts House Jackets Neckwear $4 to $8.50 25c to $1.50 Shirts Handkerchiefs 40c to $3.50 10c to 50c Today in a greater degree than ever before peo- pie are realizing the added value of practical gift?, of rememberances that will con tinue to carry the message of friendship, affection and good will, long after Christ mas is past. Having taken great care in the selection of our holiday purchases, we are able to show a very wide range of things for imn and toys at popular prices, any of which will make a most suitable holiday gift that is sure to please. Our entire offering covers too many articles t...

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. — 11 December 1913

WEDNESDAY Oxford t&iia'f FOR BOYS BOYS' 75c WOOL KNICKERS AT 50c—Blue and Fancy Mixtures, also in corduroy ages 4 to 16 years. Boys' Norfolk Suits Boys' Norfolk Suits AGES 6 to 16 YEARS AGES 6 to 16 YEARS Hundreds of Nobby Norfolk Suits for Fall wear in gray, browns and blues (some with extra trousers) knickerbocker full peg cut, lined throughout. Hundreds of Nobby Norfolk Suits for Fall wear in gray, browns and blues (some with extra trousers) knickerbocker full peg cut, lined throughout. Remember the Place Will Close In 15 Days Wednesday, Dec. 17 Men's Suits and high-grade dark mix tures, dependable line. This suit is good enough for Sunday wear, worth and sold all over for $12.00. QQ Sale Price Collegian Suits $20 a.nd Overcoats Suits of finest grade Blue Serges, in plain and fancy also in fine all wool cassimeres strictly hand tailored and in every size. Overcoats of kersey and vicunas, in black and gray also in a large variety of fancy Scotch mixtures, cut full length, with...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 18 December 1913

•'P St** 4 ,*& 'v VOL. XXXV, NO. 38. t.'' 1-4 J}\* & 13^-'.W'S^ mmmm A r\t« ^iPMW CHRISTMAS EDmQf* VALLEY CITY. NORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1913. ,, *1 V?yi nrrmrBio^'il ESTABLISHED 1171.

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 18 December 1913

JAS. J. EARLEY, President LOUIS NOLTIMIER, Vice President Our store contains multituds of suitable Xmas gifts for every member of the family. Here is a partial list of the many suitable gifts we have, and at prices to suit everybody. Xmas Cards Booklets Seals Tags Tree Decorations Foley's Latest Poems, our N. Dakota Poet Laureate Poems oi all authors in limp and paded leather binding Books for children, all ages Books (or the Girl. Books for the Boy Books for (he Adult Kodak Albums Post Card Albums Photo Albums Autograph Albums Whitcomb Riley Calendars Everyman's Calendar Jewelry Boxes Tnactere toasters Just attach to electric light socket over table and eat while it cooks. Xmas Candy in boxes £amly b«lk CITY DRUG STORE Xmas Cigars in Xmas boxes BANK OF VALLEY CITY O all our old friends who have been loyal for many years, and who have help­ ed us and whom we have helped as best we knew. And to the newer friends whom we will cherish through the years until they become old friends. An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 18 December 1913

I# Ii .i V* We extend a Merry Christinas To our customers and friends whose patron­ age has helped to make thisthe BEST YEAR IN OUR HISTORY We, S jftfV "®l GJbuMtvnOAt. OhiA&rttA Why, OUR DRUG STORE is jusit the place to come to buy. your Christmas presents. We can give you exquisite presents, and the cost won't be much. Only come in and SEE our Gift Goods you wilj buy them. And those who get them will like them. HAIL ORDERS SENT PROMPTLY BY PARCELS POST For the convenience of our customers who are not able to come in, a imply, call up on phone or drop us a card and by the NEXT MAIL you will jet your purchase. We shall be as careful in filling your order as thoutfh you were here in person. THE BEST DRUG STORE Wfc Kivp you what you ASK for. Rudolf Pharmacy T. LARSON, Proprietor Phone 34 Fifth Avenue Valley City Patronize the Times-Record Advertisers American National Bank The Sauta Claus idea has grown out of variety of legends and customs. The festival of St. Nicholas, who was t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 18 December 1913

GLOVES Kid and Gape Gloves. Al ways an acceptable gift. $1 to $3.50 Dress silks in crepes, sat ins, De chine, silk poplin, messiline and a variety of others at 60c to $2.50 Men's silk and velvet Ties In plain shades, checks and stripes. Put up in pretty Xmas boxes. 50c and 75c ART NEEDLE WORK Consisting of handsome hand embroidered Pillows, Center Pieces and ScarfB. Real cluny lace edge and in sertion. Glass and plate Dolles, hand Crochet pieces. All perfect specimens of art needle craft. 25c to $10 Cumfy Slippers for men, women and children in all sizes and colors at 75c to $2.50 IVORY ART NOVELITIES Very dainty and the latest fad. We are showing a large assortment at cut prices. 25c to $$3.50 ART LEATHER NOVEL ITIES.. Beautiful Piano Scarfs, Table Covers, Cushion Cov Handkerchlef, Tie and love Folder, Shopping Lists Bridge Tallies, Cards, Cigar Cases^nd a large variety of there at prices from 25c to $6 Handmade sweet grass and illow Basket Ware at 15c to $3.50 PATTL I .K no 72x72,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 18 December 1913

a*: .- ii *1 C:'l SI I# I/ -'A ti voi^. xxxv., Nory. r-I .( OPEN MVER MENACE TO WATER OPEN hr.il 1 Finally reaching thicker ice, he 'gained his footing, and was able to re .turn to town where his wounds were S.K'.O f', fcv.f 7S» '•ho'--' i:.r,•.•niii" oi)Jv- iv i.o/rijfd i.-: I'uil f-r• ,r:rrl/ rs i (MMl !-rXU- 'i 5 H"l ,1£uiJ r. t-'M-.w I: f. tiv,' Many Narrow Escapes from Drowning in Last few Days by Skaters—Barney Gray Breaks Through Ice at High Line. That all is not smooth skating on.caught by the lure of the glistening the Sheyenne river this fall has been ice, and plumbed the depths of the: demonstrated, in the past few days by Tiver at thebbatlaiidlng near the! a series of acidenfcs, and narrow es capesfrom drowning by young men and boys who have gone through air holes, ttfoken through thin ice, or tin Wittingly skated into unfrozen water under the various bridges. The most serious accident and the narrowest escape so far reported oc: curred Sunday evening about ten o'clock w...

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. — 18 December 1913

*i:V 'C- I PAGE TWC :£s«s^ Valley City Times Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA L. P. HYDE Editor and Manager Subscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the postofflce in Valley City, No. Dak., as second class mall matter. Official Paper ol City and County AS TO FARMERS. The Bache Review, a financial jour nal published in the east discussing President Wilson's message seems to have taken a view that is borne out President Wilson says that we have left our farmers to shift for them selves in the ordinary money market. The Agricultural Department's en deavors to make farming an efficient business and to teach the farmers how to do it, are undoubtedly of the great est benefit. It is a question, however, whether the farmers' bad treatment in the way of loans has not been exag gerated. It is generally true that the thrifty farmers can nearly always ob tain accommodations at fair rates in the communities where they live and where there is nearly always some prosperous money lender am...

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. — 18 December 1913

"A v.''. 1 i, •j I £. Tw fltt The 1913 taxes have been assigned to the various departments and funds. There is very little change frpm last year and it is surprising in as much as there has been a very decided in crease in property values. Property of all descriptions includ ing land was valued at $10,814.58 di vided as follows: Land $ 5,707.907 Structures on farm land.... 462,247 Town and village lots 538,359 Structures on Valley City lots 674,842 Values of personal and cor poration property 3,430.758 Total '$10,814,113 On the above valuation Is spread the taxes for 1913 which makes a total of $379,487.58, which will be distributed Into the following funds: For state purposes $ 48,663.66 Schools 101,638.31 County 87,215.18 City and villages 73,515.92 For all other purposes ..... 9,454.50 Total $379,487.58 Barnes county will require $55,155.50 for maintenance and it will be distri buted to the following funds. Interest on bonded indebted ness $ 5.0S1.40 Road and bridge 20,164.06 Spe...

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. — 18 December 1913

AOS rOUA To perpetuate the memory of these J«ar brothers, the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks sets apart first Sunday in December of each ftt&v for the purpose of holding a lod ge of sorrow in commenoration of their lives and virtues here on earth. 'Having wearied of the journey of life (they dropped by the wayside and pas sed from all earthly turmoil and strife to eternal rest in the Great Beyond. Pursuant to custom and the rules of jthe Order, each lodge throughout the •world of Elkdom consecrates this day 1 I YOU Notable Address by Judge Flsk on Memorial Sunday Exalted Ruler, Brother Elks and friends: Once a year we meet to weep for our dead, and the world meets with iis to share our sorrows. On this beautiful Sabbath afternoon, while the sun is rapidly fading in the west, we are assembled here as sorrow in sad remembrance of our dear brothers who have preceded us to the Grand Lodge above. This is, indeed, a most solemn occasion. We here meet to mingle our tears with ...

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. — 18 December 1913

Christmas S|f Suggestions Opera Glasses f| Field Glasses Telescopes ""I Magnifiers Eye-glasses Reels. Chains Mountings And Other Things Ih the Optical Line BUTLER SpiSaMot Phone 377 Valley City, N. 5th Ave. N. THE CITY FROM MONDAY'S DAILY MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, WS. Dr. Reed returned home this morn ing from Pittsburgh, Pa. C. E. Moore went to Jamestown yes terday morning to spend the day, re turning here in the evening. There will be no meting of the Epia copal Guild after the Christmas holi days. The next meting will be held on January 7th, with Mrs. Mayland. James Kelley left last night for his aid home in Barcus, Iowa, naving been called there by the seriou9 illness of his mother. Little Philip Krogh, son of Matt Krogh has been quite ill with pneu monia but is now on the road to re covery. E. D. Luiri left Saturday for points in Iowa where he will look after business matters for several days. At the last meeting of the Music Club it was decided that no meetings would be held during ...

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. — 18 December 1913

Colbertson round Guilty at Williston MAN WHO KILLED FAMILY GIVEN A LIFE TERM IN PEN—NO MOTIVE FOR CRIME ASCER­ TAINED. Williston, N. D., Dec. 13—Guilty of murder in the first degree with life imprisonment as the punishment, was the verdict returned at 10:45 o'clock las night in the case of Cleve Culbert son, tried for the murders of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Dillon and their 12-year-old daughter at Ray, this county, on Oct. 18, last. Dissatisfaction with the verdict on the part of the big crowd in the court room was quite appaernt, and Culbert son was hurriedly taken to the coun ty jail. Later the streets of the city were filled with groups of men and there was so much talk of lynching that officials decided, shortly before midnight, to remove Culbertson from the city till the excitement blows over. Confidence that a jury would instruct for the hanging of Culbertson was the only thing that prevented a lynching when the man was first arrested a few hours after his brutal crime, for which no...

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. — 18 December 1913

rr', V^ii t': W A N I n^'ti-Afcrv .JFOlt SALS—Full blood Barred Roak eggs (or hatching. Inquire of D. Col ville, Phone 322L City. 4-18-wtf 3TOR SALE—White Wyandotte Eggs, |1.50 per setting. Inquire (or prices on large quantities. Marlon White, Phone 905L. 4-17-tfw TO EXCHANGE—Almost new 5-40 Automobile tgr residence. E. D. Lum Land Co. 4-24-w FOR SALE—Two Poland China boars, one registered. H. H. Tooley, R. R. No. 5, City. ll-20-6tw» FOR EXCHANGE—AnytBing you are not using may be o( great ratae to «om« OLO elaa. Trade With them. A three line ad. run three day* will flnu what yon need. FOR SALE—First class Ludefisk at eight cents per pound. Red Salt Salmon at twelve cents and Herring at ten cents. P. A. H. Zahl, 122 Main St., City. 2-3-4tw "WANTED—Two maids. Apply to ma tron Normal Dormitory. 12-8-tfd-tfw "WANTED—Good, responsible girl (or general housework in small family. 'Mrs. William Greenwood. Phone 537L. 103 Eighth Avenue So. 12-13-5td-ltw* FOR RENT Seven room house. Phone 46L....

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. — 18 December 1913

FAQE EIGHT 'r NOTABLE ADDRESS BY JUDGE FI8K ON MEMORIAL SUNDAY (Continued from Page 4.)' :the Grim Messenger. There are bit ter tears, sorrowing hearts, a new made grave, but, the busy hum of the world does not cease for an Instant." Ever since life began "Death who knocks with equal hand at the door of the cottage and the palace gate, lias been busy at his appointed work." No living thing can escape death. We were born to die. It is a part of the Divine plan, and who will criticise a plan thus created by the Master Ar chitect of all the Universe? We most humbly bow in reverent submission to the will of "Him who doeth all things well." From the cradle to the grave is aswift and certain journey which all must take. No living mortal can escape this pilgrimage. But there sweet consolation in the hope that eternal re§t awaits us all at the jour ney's end.' Millions have preceded and millions will follow us to that haven on yonder shore. As the lm mortal Bryant has most beautifully writt...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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