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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 January 1914

4. -jfi iL I SECTION ONE VOL. XXXV, NO. 41. 1 I Mi %Vj «v t, to* $\r r:„ & W. %tpf' W Eugene, Ore. Jan. 2nd. 1914. Dear Friends:—Up to ibis New Year's day I never thought of or In tended that I should write anything "for publication again so soon, but something did happen, which makes me feel not to overlook the duty to do so at this time, as I owe it to all those many friends in Valley City and Barnes County, that have so kindly written to me the few last days of the old year. To write to all of you that have sent me cards and letters, I find would be quite a task and to avoid this labor I will ask the Valley City Times Record to kindly give space for this letter In that valuable publication. This time my letter will be short, so as not to take up too much space. On New Year's Day as I stood by the front window of my home, the mail carrier came up to the house and I expected he would drop some mail in the box at the front of the porch, but instead he came and knocked on the doo...

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. — 8 January 1914

PAGE TWO Valley City Times Record .VALLEY CITY, NORTH L. P. HYDE Editor and Manager flttbscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the postolflce in Valley City, No. Dak., aB second class mall matter. Official Paper of City and County WE LEAD IN CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS. ors held in Grand Forks recently and follows with comments upoa North Da kota consolidated schools. Mr. Mac Donald said: "The more important addresses at Grand Forks Avere made by G. W. Ran­ dall of the Agricultural College and Prof. Phillips of the Department of pub lie instruction of the State of Minne sota. Consolidattion of rural schools SOO TO GET IN BOOSTER LINE undoubtedly take advantage of this op-! neither can the land men of the state Should settlers come to the state Barnes county ought by all means to be the center of activity. A great edu cational center, near enough to the Red River Valley to receive all the benefits of deep lean soil, at the same time being enough rolling to enjoy perfect drainage. B...

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. — 8 January 1914

ii KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS NEW YEAR'S BALL SUCCESS DECORATIONS AND HUSIC HICHLY PRAISED Enjoyments Contlnaes to Early Hour—Sapper Satisfies Everybody—Decorators Make Good. On New Year'c Eve at the Armory, Valley City Lodge, Knights of Pythias gave their annual dancing party. It proved to be one of the most delight ful events of that nature ever given in the city. The large dance hall wa« most beautifully and artistically deco rated by the tommitee on decorationt which was composed of N. A. Johnson M. P. Krogh, Herman Stern and L. P. Hyde. The stage setting was a wood land scene and was made complete by a setting of evergreens in the back ground, with palms on either side of the stage, ferns and potted plants in the center and foreground. The red, white and blue streamers were stretched from the center of the high ceiling to eithr corner of the hall, while the Bides were decorated with yellow and white bunting together with flags of the K. P. Order. The east end of the balcony being decor...

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. — 8 January 1914

I30.00 28.00 25.00 22.50 20.00 18.00 17.00 15.00 12.50 Men's Plush Lined Overcoats $30.00 Plush-lined Coats reduced to 25.00 Plush-lined Coats reduced to 20.00 Hush- lined Coats reduced to 16,50 Plush-lined Coats reduced to Ibis Sale is for Gash Only No Goods Charged at Sale Prices Men's and Young Hen's Overcoats Overcoats reduced to.. Overcoats reduced to.. Overcoats reduced to.. Overcoats reduced to.. Overcoats reduced to.. Overcoats reduced to.. Overcoats reduced to.. Overcoats reduced to. Overdoats reduced to Overcoats reduced to. 10.00 An odd lot of Overcoats, former ly priced at $10 .00 to $15.00, reduced for quick selling to... Union Suits $1.00 Union Suits now MB 1.25 Union Suite now.. .$1*99 1.50 Union Suits now... 1.20 2.00 Union Suits now.., 149 2.50 Union Suits now... 1*98 3.00 Union Suits now... &$$ 3.50Union Suits now... 2-78 4.00 Union Suits now... f1f 5.00Un»on Suits now... MS For Less Than Ever Sold Here or Elsewhere $3.00 Duofold Union Suits reduced to 4.00 Duo...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 January 1914

The Value ofyour Eyesight ought not to be measured by dol lars and cents. It is not the amount of money you spend, but what you get that counts most in eyesight examination. If you will call I will convince you that I can give you the best service to be had anywhere, at the same time you will be dollars ahead. Every cus tomer is a satisfied customer. BUTLER SptekMUt Phone 377 Valley City, N. 8th Av«. N. THE CITY FROM FRIDAY'S DAILY FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914. Assistant Fire Marshal H. L. Rude is spending the day in town attending the arson hearing in Judge Moe's court Mr. and Mrs. Otto G. Lund of Rog ers came down Wednesday evening and attended the K. P. ball and visited friends New Years day. Miss Emily Parkinson of Jamestown spent Wednesday and yesterday in town the guest of Miss Gladys Moe and attended the New Years ball. Miss Alma Olson of Fingal who is a student at the State University spent Wednesday and yesterday in town the guest of friends. She attended the K. P. dance New Yea...

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. — 8 January 1914

jAv M*.C SIX MANSFIELD CELEBRATES XMAS WITH OLD SETTLERS' PARTY Young folks Will Attend Normal—farmers Club Members Will Go a Visiting—Other Correspondence. MANSFIELD. This part of the country has been quite gay with Xmas festivities dur ing the past week. The Xmas tree Tuesday evening was well attended, and much enjoyed by all who were present. The old settlers annual ball at the Clark City school house Friday night was the event of the week. Not so many of the old timers were present, as on former accosions, but what was lacking in numbers, was made up in enthusiasm on the part of those that were there. After supper the young people had the floor and kept up the merriment until an early hour in the morning. Nellie Gorden, Pearl Pickens, Ed mond Tabbert and James McLees, all of this immediate vicinity will attend the Valley City Normal this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolf Bruesge of Wimbledon, spent Xmas at the Jones home. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swartou...

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. — 8 January 1914

W A N Professional Cards TO EXCHANGE—Almost new 5-40 Automobile (or residence. E. D. Lum Land Co. 4-24-w 3FOR SALE—Strictly modern house on 8th ave., at reasonable price or would exchange for land at right price. J. H. Fitzgerald. A2-17-6tw FOR SALE—Houses at a bargain. In quire of G. Gilbertson, Sr. First Ave. 12-25-6tw* FOR EXCHANGE—Limited Acreage, Califurnia fruit lands, suburbs, Sac ramento, 75000 people will ex change for improved farm or in come property. C. E. Ryberg, 606 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis. 12-25-4tw* FOR SALE. Fifteen fresh milk cows with calf beside. Fifteen springers, ten Here ford bulls. All tested and free from tuberculosis. James Alger, rural phone 919Q, city phone 97L. l-5-5td* 1-w FOR RENT Seven room house. Phone 46L. James Daily, Maple Ave and Fifth Street. 12-15-dty-wtf CATHOLIC CHURCH. Saint Catherine's, Cor. Third Ave nue and Elizabeth, Rev. J. G. Sailer, Hector. Every Sunday morning except fifth Sunday early masB at 8 and lat mass at 10. Benediction ...

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. — 8 January 1914

PAGE EIGHT Continued from cage THIRTY-TWO SAILORS LOST IN SINKING OFTANK SHIP IT SEA Great Steamer Breaks Apart Amidship—Wire less Reports Say Some of the Sailors Are in Open Boats. FORWARD PART OF SHIP IS STILL AFLOAT New York, Jan. 6.—The oil tank steamer Oklahoma broke in two amid ships without warning at 7:30 o'clock Sunday morning, south of Sandy Hook and a large number of her crew of some 40 perished. The stern section, in which was situated all the heavy machinery and on which there were 32 members of the crew, sank immediately. Eight members of the crew were rescued by the Hamburg American line steamer Bavaria, whose captain says he also saw an open boat of the Oklahoma put away from the wreck with 10 men. This information was contained in a wireless dispatch received tonight by the Hamburg American line from Captain Graalfa of the steamer Ba varia, which is proceeding to Boston with the eight survivors aboard. The message said, 22 minutes after the ship broke, the after par...

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. — 8 January 1914

SECTION TWO VOl* XXXV* NO. 41. STATE BONDED INDEBTEDNESS TO BE REDUCED DY {250,000 Will Mean Saving to State of $11,000 in inter est Annually—State Auditing Board Vote Reduction. Bismarck, N. D., Dec. 30.—At a fteeting of the state auditing board held Monday afternoon it was voted to retire $225,000 of state bonds. This amount was made up of 175,000 twine plant bonds due in 1921 and were re tired from the twnie plant fund. Fifty thousand dollars of refunding hospital for the insane construction boqds dat ed 1894 and due in 1914. Eighty-five thousand dollars North Dakota refund ing bonds dated 1890 and due in 1920. Eleven thousand dollars funding terri torial bonds Issued in 1891 and due in 1921. Four thousand dollars refunding university bonds dated 1899 and due in 1919. The last $150,000 of bonds are retir ed from the state sinking fund. This $225,1)00 of bonds together with the $50,000 capital building bonds due in 1923 and retired a few days ago makes a total of $275,000 of state...

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. — 8 January 1914

I PAGE TEN iiA i/i •-.Vf''. L& N. D. Improved Seed Growers' Ass'n Contest FARGO, N. D., JAN. 20th to 24th. Aside from the regular cash prizes given at the North Dakota Improved Seed Contest, which, essentially, af fords one or more good cash prizes for every kind of seed which is grown in North Dakota, there are some spe cial prizes which are worthy of pari cular notice. We take pleasure in making record of these prizes, and would especially compliment the men who have been so generous in their efforts to help along the development jf a type of work which, in its nature mast appeal to every one as one of great jmportance. There can be slight improvement in agriculture which may be permanent, unless tlwre is some plan of main taining the quality of seed. The North Dakota Improved Seel Growers' Asso ciation is a definite organization for the purpose of establishing standards of purity and strength for pedigreed and improved seed and for the purpose of helping those who wish to buy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 8 January 1914

One Lot of K. & E. Blouses To clos« at— 35 cuts Men's and Boys' SWEATERS 20 Portent Discount wil 1 be given during this sale One lot of Boys' Sweaters Regular $1.25 and PA. $1.50. Sale prico... Qwlf Positiiely Ho Goods Will Be Charted on tbo Books Doring This Salo Our Well Known 50c Work Shirt Now 35 to 27.50. 22.50 20.00 12.00 Now is a Fine Chance to Fit Your Boy Out Economically His clothing needs can be supplied daring this sale at a big saving of from 33V1 Per Cent Discount Boys Salts $12.00 Sale Pice 10.00 Sale Price 8.00 Sale Price 7.00 Sale Price 6.00 Sale Price 5.00 Sale Price Table of Boys Knee Pants Suits to Close at 33'A% Dis count In Mens and Young flens SUITS #30.00, Sale price 20 Per Cent Discount on All Blue Serge Suits a JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Of Men's and Boys9 Suits, Overcoats, Trousers, Sheep Lined Coats, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Sweaters, etc. Your Best Money Saving Chance COMMENCING Saturday, January 10,1914, and Closes January 31 IF you are an old customer of...

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

OABTEB GLASS. THE nn"tnin CURRENCY BILL VITAL 10 WHOLE NATION Chief features of New federal Re* serve Act Here Presented— Fed eral Reserve Board of Seven Members to Su pervise Banking System of the Country. federal reserve act la now a part of the law of tbe land. With President Wilson's signa ture to the new Glass-Owen currency reform bill the country looks forward to the practical working out of the act The law is in part as fol lows: An act to provide for the establish ment of federai reserve banks to fur nish an elastic currency, to afford means of redis counting commer cial paper, to es tablish a more ef fectlve super vision of banking In the United States and for other purposes. That the short title of this act shall be the "fed oral reserve act" Sec. 2. As soon nmcticable the 1913 as pracucaDie ine only one of such federal re cities. NAMING RESERVE BANKS. To Take Title of Principal City In Re serve District. The said committee shall supervise the organization in each of the c...

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. — 15 January 1914

ft I* m* It A SECTION ONE t£s, ¥V* VOL. XXXV, NO 42. S *•4 *M if, .V-- •.. '/vyi*: .' NOTED EDUCATOR WAS KEARD IN OPTIMISM ADDRESS TODAY President Charles McKenny in First of Chapel Talks at Normal Auditorium Speaks on A Philosophy to Live By." TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1914. President Charles McKenny, of the State Normal college at Ypsilanti, Mich., addressed the assembled student body and faculty membership at the Normal school this morning during the general exercises on the subject of "A Philosophy to Live By," the first of a series of addresses to be given at that hour every day this week. President McFarland, in introducing the speaker, referred to him as rank ing among the three or four of the most prominent Normal school presi dents in this country and as be'ng at the head of one of the greatest of the Normal schools. In opening his address, President McKenny contended that every person has a philosophy of life—they may not acknowledge it in the sense of saying they will be hones...

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. — 15 January 1914

PAGE TWO Valley City Times Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA L. P. HYDE Editor and Manager fluhscription, $1.50 a year, in advance Entered at the poatoffice in Valley Ctty, No. Dak., aa second class mall natter. Official Paper of City and County Vest. 12 FARMERS WAKE UP. Of pork the importations during ember were 110 thousand pounds,! of mutton, 32 thousand pounds. More than one half of the beef imports came direct from England, 3% million pounds having been received at New York and 2*4 million pounds at Bost on while Canada sent 2 2-3 million pounds to Chicago, a half million pounds to New York and a quarter of a million pounds to Boston. At the Pacific coast ports the imports were 580 thousand pounds, chiefly from Aus tralia. As to the origin of the practically 6 million pounds of fresh beef import ed from England, the records supplied to the Bureau of Foreign and Domes tic Commerce make no specific state ment tho the fact that there were practically no arrival of fresh beef direct...

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. — 15 January 1914

-V' APPEAL N. D. SNUFF USE TO THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT Halted States Supreme Court Will Be Asked to Decide Constitutionality Question In Snuff Case. Bismarck, N. D.p Jan. 9.—North Da kota bids fair to come prominently to the front in national legal circles again and once more gain considerable notoriety through the famous snuff case which has been appealed to the United States Supreme court. The snuff case was first brought in the state courts last summer. It was tried in the district court at Dickin son and then appealed to the North Dakota Supreme court where the decision of the lower court was sus tained. Yesterday notice was served on At torney General MUler to the'' effect that the snuff case liaa been taken to the United States Supreme court, Chief Justice Spalding of the state supreme court having granted thr ap peal yesterday afternoon. The question involved in the snuff Mexico Federals Brave Men Will Die Fighting BOTH ARMIES AWAIT RENEWAL OF .FIGHTING IN FINAL STRUG ...

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. — 15 January 1914

*01 fO u* WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1914. The large room over the City hall Is literally alive with chickens, ducks, There are something over 500 of the feathery tribe cackling and crowing as though striving to attract attention to their particular cage and from the fiteady noise one might be led to be Jieve that the entire hen family of the county were holding an afternoon tea and discussing the latest sensation of the neighborhood. Some of the larger out of the county exhibitors are C. H. Arhens of Fargo who is showing over 40 varieties, John Wolf of Merrifield, J. H. Lotta of Wheatland and the Johnston Farming •nd Stock Co. of Marion. Many of "the finest specimens are from Barnes county and there are fully one hundred more birds than were shown last sea son, besides there is without doubt a much better showing in Barnes county exhibits in point of quality. One of the exhibits that should not be overlooked comes from Moorhead and is offered by A. E. Paxton and comprises about 40 larg...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 January 1914

The Value of your Eyesight ought not to be measured by dol lars and cents. It is not the amount of money you spend, but what you et that counts most in eyesight examination. If you will call 1 will convince you that I can give you the best service to be had anywhere, at the same time you will be dollars ahead. Every cus tomer is a satisfied customer. BUTLER I SptSaStt Phone 377 VMtoy City, N. Sth Av«. N. THE CITY FROM MONDAY'S DAILY MONDAY, JANUARY 12. 1914. Miss Mamie Northridge, from west of town, is at the Riverside hospital, this week for treatment. Mrs. Louis Risa and Miss Louise moth spent Sunday in Jamestown. They returned home this morning. A "blind pig" case from Oriska is being tried today and it is expected that the arson case which has attract ed considerable attention will then be tried. Mr. Ross of Illinois arrived in tgwn Saturday with the intention of making Valley City his home. Mrs. Frank Schmidt is ill at her home on Normal Ave., the result of a nervous breakdown....

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. — 15 January 1914

PAuE SIX It has not been decided as yet when the case will come up nor who will be the commissioner to take the testi mony. It is said that this is the first time that removal proceedings have been instituted in North Dakota against an official on similar charges. Lanona farmers' Club Meeting THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1914. A well attended and enthusiastic meeting was held by the members of the Lanona Farmers' Club on Wednes day of this week. After the regular business a number responded to the call &f tne president by giving their experience along some certain line of farming. Among the rest a committee of three was elected to take charge of social affairs. Owing to the fact that the local poultry show and Grain Growers' con vention conflicts with the next two meeting dates, it was decided to post pone the next regular meeting until Wednesday, January 28th. At that time the committee in charge hope to bave something special in the way of -outside talent and it is also expected that ...

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. — 15 January 1914

W A N S TO EXCHANGE—Almost new 6-40 Automobile for residence. B. D. Lum Land Co. 4-24-w FOR SALE—Strictly modern house on 8th are., at reasonable price or would exchange for land at right price. J. H. Fitzgerald. l2-17-6tw FOR SALE—HouBea at a bargain. In quire of O. Gllbe'rtson, Sr. First Ave, 12-26-6tw* FOR EXCHANGE}—Limited Acreage, Califurnia fruit lands, suburbs, Sac ramento, 75000 people will ex change for improved farm or in come property. C. E. Ryberg, 606 N. Y. Life Bldg., Minneapolis. 12-25-4tw* Alfred Anderson, who lives south of Bowman about ten miles, this week received the sad news of the death of a brother and the destruction of his father's home. The family live at Tofleld, Alberta, Canada and on De cember 14th, Oscar Anderson, age about twenty-two yeaTs, was starting the fire when in some unaccountable manner, the fire was communicated to a, can of kerosene standing near the stove, igniting it. An explosion fol lowed, throwing the burning kerosene on the young man a...

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. — 15 January 1914

PAGE EIGHT District Court News Jury in the Oriska "Pig" Case Still Out The Oriska "blind pig" case is still In the hands of the jury and there seems to be some chance for a dis agreement. The Fingal arson cases are now taking the attention of the court. In the Mackey case it has been definitely decided to take an appeal and it is rumored that the appeal will be based on errors made in admitting certain evidence. Thousands of Lives Lost in Earthquake Tokyo, Jan. 14—A tidal wave added Its terrors to the earthquake and vol canic eruptions which struck Kagos Uma in southern Japan yesterday. It is believed that the Kagoshima disas ter will prove one of the most serious In the history of Japan. The loss of life is running rapidly up into the thousands. Nagasaki, Japan, Jan. 13.—Indica tions are that the death list from earthquakes and volcanic disturbances around Kagoshima will run Into the thousands. Government authorities declared that any official estimate of the disaster will be impos...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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