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f»AQK EIGHT.
Program lor Conven
tion of Woman's Clubs
MANY DELEGATES FROM LOCAL
CLUiBS TO ATTEND N. D. FED
ERATION MEETING.
The program of business for the
sixteenth annual convention of the
North Dakota Federation of Women's
clubs has :been arranged by the fed
eration executive committee. The
convention will "be held in Grand
Porks Oct. 15, 16, 17 and 18 in the
First Presbyterian church, which has
(been secured for all sessions. Those
who will represent the different clubs
here are Mrs. A. P'. Peake and Mrs.
G-. A. McFarland from the Tuesday
club Airs. S. A. Zimmerman and Mrs.
Prestler from the Sheyenne club
•Mrs. Otto Zetterberg and Miss Minnie
Nielson from the Sorosis club Mrs.
Hardin Lucas and Mrs. L. S. Platoli
from the Music club and Mrs. L. G.
McMullen and Mrs. W, J. Westergard
from the Improvement League, and
Mrs- Frank White as a member of
the board. The delegates will leave
here Monday afternoon and will re
main the entire four days of the con
vention.
Following is the program in full:
Tuesday Morning, Oct. 15
Board meeting.
Presentation of credentials.
Committee conferences.
Afternoon
"Conference of club presidents.
Joint conference of board of direc
tors and committee chairmen.
Evening
Address of welcome.
Response.
President's address—Mrs. N C.
Young-
Wednesday Morning, Oct. 16
Appointment of committees.
Reports of officers.
Afternoon
Informal ballot.
Reports of committees.
Evening
Endowment benefit concert.
Thursday Morning, Oct. 17
Formal ballot on election of officers.
•Endowment fund committee—Dis
pensations.
Reports of new clubs.
Afternoon
Report of civic improvement com
anittee—Mrs. Scott Rex, Grand Forks.
Program of civic improvement com
U»ittee.
Evening
Lecture—Dr. F. L. McVey, presi
dent of University of North Dakota.
iFriday Morning, Oct. 18
Business.
Board meeting.
Local Committees
Local secretary—Mrs. Harry Ga
vere.
"Local treasurer—Mrs. E. Page.
General arrangements—Mrs. F. L.
McVey, chairman Mrs. Harry Gavere,
Mrs. A. I. Hunter, Mrs. E. J. Trader.
University of North Dakota hos
tess—Dean Ella Fulton.
Commercial club secretary—C. W.
Graves.
Church hostesses—Mrs. R. M. Ca
rothers, chairman Mrs. A. P. Clifford,
Mrs. C. F. Templeton, Mrs. S S. Ti
tus.
Arts and crafts—Mrs. E. F. Chand
ler, chairman Miss Margaret Cable,
Miss Almira Jewett, Mrs. Henry Le
Daum, Mrs. A. G. Leonard, Mrs. H.
L. Whithed.
Reservations—Mrs. M. G. Olson,
chairman Mrs- J. D. Bacon, Mrs. W.
G. Bek, .Mrs. A. A. Bruce, Mrs. O. B.
.Bartness, Mrs. W. Matthews, Mrs.
Scott Rex.
Entertainment—Mrs. A. I. Hunter,
Chairman Mrs. R. D. Campbell, Mrs.
J. Grassick, Mrs. J. Nelson Kelly,
Mrs O. G. Libby, Mrs. F. F. Stokes,
•JITS. H. M. Wheeler.
Press and publicity—Mrs. A. G.
Leonard, chairman Mrs. F. L. Good
man, Mrs. C. A. Greenleaf, Mrs. L. K.
Raymond, Jr., Mrs. A. L. Woods.
Decorations—Mrs. Marry Gavere,
-chairman Mrs. J. S. Hatcher, Mrs. A.
3L Logan, Mrs. W. G. McDonald, Mrs.
H. G. Lykken.
Music—Mts. J. Lander, chair
man, Mrs. W. E. uller, Mrs. R. T.
JfYoung.
Ushers an^. pages—Mrs. Tracy
Y.Sangs, chairman Mrs. Thomas Corri
Mrs. O. J. Barnes, Mrs. R. D.
,'-Campbell, Mrs. J. R. Carley, Mrs. H.
Finch, Mrs. C. W. 'Fisher, Mrs. J.
Gillette, Miss Helen Hamilton,
v^Mrs. R. A. Jackson, Mrs. Frederick
^JCoch, Miss Laippan, Mrs- J. C. Le
^ean, Mrs. C. E. Miller, Mrs. C. J.
''plfnrphy, Mrs. M. G. Olson, Mrs. J.
||H» Ruettell, Mrs. H. W. Whitcomb,
gitnL^G. M. Williamson, Mrs. C. R.
Endowment entertainment—Mrs. J.
'^Gillette, chairman Mrs. R. T. Young,
Mrs. S. Torgerson, Mrs. F, H. Koch,
t'3Trs.
JS. J. Babcock, Mrs. G. F. Rue
•diger.:
Farmers desiring to send their chil
dren to school should see Story. He
has a nice home lor sale, about two
Mock* from city schools^? 10-10-tf-w
YOU
Rough Soft Hats can
be seen on the heads of
good dressers in Valley City.
WALKOVER SHOES~|
TIMES-RECORD WANT-AOS GET
RE8ULTS
If you have real estate for sale,
or want a tenant for those vacant
rooms if 70a need help, or want
a position a "Classified Ad" in
the Times-Record will help yon.
Dr. L. P. Botsford
Homopathlc Physician
and Surgeon
Office over First National Bank
Day'Phone 207 Night Call 178-K
WE WILL MAIL YOU $1
for each set of old false teeth sent
us. Highest prices paid for old
Gold, Silver, old Watches, Brok
en Jewelry and Precious Stones.
MONEY SENT BV RETURN MAIL
Phlla. fltWat Refintog Com'y
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
863 Cbestnnt St. Phlladelptila, Pa.
TO DENTISTS
We will buy your Gold Filings,
Gold Scrap and Platinum. High
est prices paid.
New Hair Treatment.
We now carry the new discovery
for the hair, Meritol Hair Tonic, com
pounded by the American Drag and
Prees Association. We will he pleased
to have our customers give it a Mai.
We are authorized to guarantee it by
the association, to which we belong.
Rudolf Pharmacy T. L. Larson, Prop.,
Valley City, N. D., exclusive agents-
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Notice is heretfy given that on
Tuesday, the 5th day of November,
1912, a General Election will be held
in each of the voting precincts here
inafter named, in the County of
Barnes, and State of North Dakota,
for the election of Congressional,
State, District and County officers as
follows:
Congressional Officers Are
One Congressman, Second congres
sional district.
State Officers Are
O
One lieutenant governor.
One secretary of state.
One state auditor.
One state trea*urer.§?^#f
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WBBKLV TIMES-ftKCOftD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
Money Cheerfully Refunded ^'t
can't make a mistake in coming to this
store for your new Fall Suit or Overcoat. When you see
the beautiful and attractive models in our display of Colle
gian Clothes you'll quickly realize that, they're a triumph of the
tailor's art its a record breaking line this season as usual.
this vicinity we want the service of this store to begin by showing you the
line—trying to give you a correct idea of up-to-date fashions—then we'll
abide by your judgement of Collegeian Clothes at—
$22.50, $25.00 $27.50 $30.00
^^OME stylish new Ties and
cravats are here awaiting
your inspection and approval.
Men's Fur Lined and Plush Lined Coats a
Specialty. Prices range from $16.00 to $125.00.
The Wardrobe Clothes' Shop
S. J. and J. R. Maiquisee
g§ Ma[QUiS66
Every Collegian Suit and Coat
represents the most exquisite ef
fects and the newest models in
men's wear. Specially hand-tail
ored by expert workmen from the
choicest of imported all-wool ma
terials they present a superb as
sortment of the best values obtain
able.
We guarantee you'll never be
able to get better clothes for the
money better styles or more dis
tinctive patterns than are offered
in our line of Collegeian Clothes
they're so different from ordinary
"ready made" clothes that you'll
be convinced at once you're get
ting more for your money.
It doesn't make a particle of difference
whether you're ready to buy or not we're
anxious to show you the line that has
caught the fancy of the young fellows in
Yshowing
OU should see our fine
of new styles in
Shirts. A handsome assortment
B-
One superintendent of public in
struction.
One commissioner oi insurance-
One attorney general.
One commissioner of agriculture
and labor.
Threie railroad commiseionesr.
One member of the supreme court.
District Officers Are
One district judge, Fifth judicial
district.
One state senator, to represent the
Fifteenth legislative district, which
district consists of precincts 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18,
20, 21, 22, 4i, 44, 45, 46, 47, 49, 50
and 52.': v,:.'...v
One member of the house of repre
sentatives, to represent the Fifteenth
legislative district, which district con
sists of precincts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
9, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 21, 22,
43, 44, 45, 46, 49, SO and 52.
One member of the house of repre
sentatives to represent the Thirty
eighth legislative district* which dis
trict consists of precincts 13, 14, 19,
.23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33,
34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 48,
and 51
STETSON HATS
J. B. STETSON HATS
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County Officers are
One auditor
One treasurer
One sheriff
One clerk of the district court
One register of deeds
One states attorney.
One county judge
One county surveyor
One county coroner
One county superintendent of
schools
1 5
One public administrator
Four justices of the peace
Four constables
One county aasessor for Third
commissioner disrtrict, which consists
of precinct No. 10.
One county assessor for Fourth
commissioner district, consisting of
precinct No. 22.
One county commissioner for the
Third district, which district consists
of precincts No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9,
10, 15, 16, 49, 50 and 62.
One county commissioner for the
IFonrth district, which district con
sists of precincts No. 21, 22, 43, 44,
45 and 46.
One county Commissioner for Fifth
commissioner diatrict.district constats
of precincts No. 7, 8, 17, 18, 19, 20, 29,
80, SI, 82 and 47. *!(,
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The following are the names of the
precincts and the polling place* In
each, in the County of Barnes and
State of North Dakota, at wLich said
General 'Election will be held ||jjf
Precinct 1, Bllsbur) school hosae,
district 14.
Precinct 2, Goose Lake school hofise,
district 81.
Precinct 3, residence of Rienhold
Kunze.
Precinct 4, O. Oppegard and Cem
p^ny's establishment, Dazey Village.
Precinct 5, new school house, dis
trict 59. V/iv
Precinct 6, 'Hemp school house, dis
trict 82.
Precinct 7, Uxbridge town hall.
(Precinct 8, town hall. Leal.
Precinct 9, Coleman school ho*se,
district 68.
Precinct 10, school (house, district 78.
Precinct 11, school house, district-€7.
Precinct 12, school house, dis
trict 29.
Precinct
trict 34.
Precinct
trict 27.
13, school house, dis-
14, school house, dis-
Precinct 15, Getchell school house,
district 6.
Precinct 16, Stewart school -hoase,
district 7.
Precinct 17, Bowers school house,
district 96.
Precinct 18, scnool house, dis
trict 22.
Precinct 19, school house, ^dis
trict 45. U|
Precinct 20, office of Willie Murpjhy
at Sanborn.
Precinct 21, school house No. 2^'dis
trict 10.
Precinct 22, Little Kindred, North
Valley City,
Precinct 23, school house, dis
trict 76.
Precinct 24, Carpenter-Neuman Lum
ber office, Oriska.
Precinct 25, school
trict 18.
Precinct 26, school
trict 33.
Precinct 27, school
trict 3.
Precinct 28, school
trict 40.
Precinct 31,
trict 23.
Precinct 32,
trict 44.
Precinct 33,
trict 60.
Precinct 34,
trict 32.
Precinct 39, Kathryn opera house.
Precinct 40, town hall, Hastings.
Precinct 41, school house, dis
trict 69.
Precinct 42, school house, dis
trict 47.
Precinct 43, First ward, Valley City,
powerhouse.
Precinct 44, Second ward, Valley
City, city hall.
Precinct 46, Third ward, Valley
City, 'basement of American National^
Bank, Henry and Henry's office.
Precinct 46, Fourth ward, Valley
City, county commissioners' Toora at
the court house.
Precinct 47, first floor, Woodman
hall, Sanborn. /v.'
(Precinct 48, town hall, LitchviHe.
Precinct 49, Oppegard and Com
pany's office Dazey Village.
Precinct 50, "Wimbledon school
house, district 82.
Precinct 51, opera house, Nome.
'Precinct 52, Nels Larson's hall,
Rogers.
The polls for said General Election
will open at Eight o'clock a. m. end
will close at Five o'clock p. of the
same day.
C. M. NELSON,
(Seal) Auditor 'Barnes County, N. D.
Dated at Valley City, N. D., this
8th day of October, 1912.
(10-10-4tw)
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house, dls-
house, dis-
house, dis-
house, v.di«-
Precinct 29, school
trict 26.
Precinct 30, township hall, Maas
field. ?/-.
school house, ildis-
house, .dis-
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school house, ^dis-
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school house, -^is-
school house, die-
school house, dis-
Precinct 35,
trict 11.
Precinct 36, town hall, Fingal-
Precinct 37, Modern 'Woodman of
America'hall, Luoca.
Precinct 38,. town hall, Thordensk
jold.
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FOR RENT
Office Rooms in Wagley
Beeman Building. Inquire
at Commercial Club.

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