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Owing to the fact that he was com
pelled to catch a midnight train, Mr.
Burdick was compelled to leave ear
lier than he had intended, and the
meeting was turned over to the candi
CANDIDATES AND ASSESSORS
WERE BANQUETTED LAST NIGHT
More Than a Hundred Enjoy
Splendid Spread. All Can
didates Called On for
COMPLETE LIST OF VISITORS
county candidates present, the ban-
quet and get-together meeting planned
for nearly a month, and held last even
ing at the Rudolf hotel, proved to be
the most enjoyable session from a so-
county candidates and many others, Pickett, Rogers Byron Succtt, Rog-1
the speaking session closed shortly be- ers L. M. James, Rogers O. T. Olson,
Prior to the banquet, the chairman
With more than one hundred county'its instant Part the calling of Dazey H. Billet, Hastings T. J. Sel
aasessors, precinct committeemen, and
the assessors and
cial view point, which has been held in comb, Grand Prairie T. E. McMillan, har, Valley Ci'ty U. L. Burdick. Wil
Valley City in many a day. Wimbledon M. T. Miller, Grand Prair
Host Rudolf, fairly outdid himself in ?e Henry Greb, Cuba Geo. Law, Leal
preparing and serving the menu for the John 0. Jacobson, Page W. J. Kline,
feast. The entire matter was placed Wimibledon C. F. Norberg Hastings
in has hands by the committee of the John T. Weber, Oriska T. G. Nayes,
central committee, which had the af- Fin gal Knute Thompson, Leal H. M.
fair in charge, and there was not the Pederson, Valley City Christ Felden
slghtest opportunity for criticism,! maier Knute Twedt, Svea Township
from soup to cigars. After the meet- Eliott Gusaas, Skandia John Wieland,
ing, and today the visitors who re- Dazey Gulman, Albert, Sanborn C.
maiined in the city expressed their ap- ,F. Bagley, Sanborn M. O. Grangaard,
preciation of the effort made to
Rogers Jesse J. Taylor, Oriska C. E.
them a good time, and without dissent Greenwood, Valley City Burl Carr, I
Mpressed their thanks to the candt-.Lei E. A. Da# Daw JamM Kelly,IJ-W
dates whose generous donations made! Valley City A. B. Cox, Valley City
it possible. W. C. Gray, Tower City H. M. Stroud, I
The toastmaster for the evening and Wimbledon Harry Green, Leal Lee.
master of ceremonies, was Henry N.Cowell, Valley City W. T. Simpson,^
Green of Leal, chairman of the county Wimbledon J. H. Gibson, Wimbledon I parneg com^y North Dakota to
central committee, of the large num- Carl King, Cuba K. S. Ramsett, Fin-
ber of speakers, including all of the gal Nels P. Thompson, Fingal W. G-
fore midnight, due to his clever hand- Nome S. J. Aandahl, Litchville Chas. Lfon
ling, I Trager, Litchville C. E. Blaine, Tow
The principal speaker of the even- er City C. W. Maier, Eckelson John Q0tmnjggjoner8'
ing was Usher P, Burdick, who was F, King, Valley City John A. Ander-
AS the Progressiva Re- son, Valley City M. Stoneberg, Hast
publican candidate for governor, byjings Nels Jorgenson, Valley City
Mr. Green, Mr. Burdick, who had ar- Hogan H. Billet, Valley City Henry
rived from the west, early in the after
noon, confined his talk almost exclu-
T. See, Fingal Geo. A. Fridd, Valley
City C. H. Potter, Potter Township
sively to his candidacy for governor, John Kretchmar, Oriska Martin Con
taking up his platform in detail, and
criticizing certain features of the re
Ion, Eckelson R. B. Cox, Wimbledon
Ben Northrdge, Grand Prairie D. R.
Jones, Sanborn C. W. Nelson, Valley
City Frank Heime®, Valley City
Han Hanson, VaHey City N. O. Hol
berg, Valley City Henry Nelson, Val
ley City John Flash, Valley City H.
N. Walker, Valley City C. E. Blaine,
Valley Cty Harry N. Otaby, Valley
Trees, Fruits and Shrubs
PLANTING TIME IS HERE
Have you selected your plants?
Your order should be placed now.
Let us reserve our best stock for
you before it is gone
SUCCESS IS YOURS
If you plant hard}', acclimated
trees, that arc grown right here
near yourhome.on these prairies,
by The Northwest Nursery Com
pany. Our trees and fruits will
stand the drying winds, the hard
winters, and ripen up on time
every Fall. Plans furnished for
home planting. Call on us, phone,
or write at once.
Northwest Nursery Co.
Agents Wanted Valley Qity, N.
committeemen to-: by, Norma John Holland, Valley City
'gether, took not more than five min- Thos. A. Collins, Valley Citty O. H.
I ^rgens ^a"ejr Lowell,
Among those who were present at: Valley City C. E. L. Greenwood,
I Nome P. R. Trubshaw, Valley City
Henry Uloth, Valley City E. J. Hoi-: K. S. Ramsett. Fingal Frank E Ploy-
THK WKKKLY TIMKt-RECORD, THUMOAY, APRIL 9, 1914.
City M. Lu Ladbury, Dazey A. O.
LaValley, Dazey Carl N. Ogkssby,
Dazey Hemming Stoneberg, Hast
ings Geo. Aandahl, Litchville Hans
Skramstad, Nome Thos. Gudmestad,
Litchville H. M. Stroud, Wimbledon
E. S. DeLancey Valley City A. I. An
derson, Valley City O. M. Roe, Valley
called a business session for a few [City A. P. Paulson, Valley City A.
minutes in one of the rooms of thejW. Baldwin, Cooperstown Casper
hotel, and briefly outlined the
Winkler, Valley Ci'ty Henry Beal,
of the gathering, stating that it was Valley City E. D. Lum, Valley City
intended to make it clear to the asses- Wm. Kjelland Valley City Nels Jor
sors that wherever possible theyigenson, Valley City C. J. Lee, Valley
should persuade voters to register, City Hugh H. Hunt, Miles City Levi
cither as Republicans, Democrats or. Etzell, Rogers Chas. Schumacher,
Progressives, rather than Progressive Courtney C. F, Norberg, Hastings
Republicans. This session, in spite of L. M. James, Rogers A. 0. Tolstaid,
liston Harry N. Green, Leal M. J.
Engert, City C. S. Mudgett, City.
ANYONE IS ALL RIGHT
According to the views of Burdick
it is of vastly more importance
that the governor of the state belong
to a certain taction of the Republican
You aje herej,y
notified that a peti-1
District No. 67 Barnes County,
has been presented to
Commissioners and County
Schools. This peti-
npQn by tb€m at 2
o'clock, May 4, 1914, in the County
Room in the Court
MINNIE J. NIELSON.
Supt. Barnes County Schools.
Valley City, N. Dak.. April 2,1914.
EV. LUTH. TRINITY CHURCH
Communion services Good Friday,
Valley City, Penman, ... .10:30 A. M.,
Valley City, English 8:00 P. M.
Zlon City 2:30 P. M.
Easter Sunday, Oriska 10:30 A.M.
Valley City 8:00 P. M.
Easter Monday, Valley City 11:00 A. M.
J. F. L. Bohnhoff, Pastor.
& MISS C. M. LAGERSTROM
VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA
Your Hat Is Here
We Are Quite Sure.
The splendid displays ready for Easter Week
are rich in variety and low in prices, show
ing the very latest ideas as they come fresh
from the foremost Pashionists.
We have always been leaders in low
prices. Come in and see the excellent specials
£5 Also the Superior qualities and exclusive
$8.50, $10., $12.50 and
Also $35.00 at
At the very begining of the season we
A Sale of Womens' and
Misses' new tailored
and Fancy Coats
intended to sell at
For Easter Week
Also Big Bargains in Coats
We have a big line of Summer and Fancy
dresses just arived for Easter Trade
The special line of pretty House Dresses
that many of the Ladies have been waiting
for have arrived.
and $25.00 at
1 4 Jitei& .Jji*.A'.