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TYPEWRITER RIBBONS for sale at Chronicle office Oliver or Remington. Driving Team for Sale—Iron greys weighing about 1000 lbs. each. Inquire of J. P. Smith. 39-tf Lots for Sale—N j. 10, 11 and 12, block 15, Woodhull's first ad dition. Inquire J. J. Lee, Beach, N. D. 44-45p Riverside Air Heater—A splen did heating stove, slightly used, for sale at a bargain. Inquire Wm. V. Hughes, phone 110. 43-tf For Sale—A five-room frame house, close to the business dis trict, also a horse and driving buggy. Apply to C. G. Lyons. 42-t Cottage for Sale—4-room cot tage for sale on south Hunter street. Inquire of F. J. Rund lett, Woodward Cigar Factory. 44-tf Four desirable residence lots for sale—Two blocks north and one block east of the new depot. Location ideal. Apply to C. V. Knox or at Chronicle office. 44-tf FOR SALE—Four sections south of Beach for sale on crop pay ments at $18 and $20.—Stokes Farm Agency, Bowman, N. Dak. p42-4o FARM FOR SALE—320 acres, all under cultivation, 10 miles from Beach $35 per acre on rea sonable terms. Inquire of C. E. Winkleman, Beach, N. Dak. p44-47 Lots for Sale—Five lots on north side one half block north of the new depot, on which stands a new barn 24x36, with a cement foundation. Inquire of J. P. Smith. 39-tf Auto for Sale or Trade—One 40 horse power, 4-cvlinder, 5-passen ger touring car, for sale or trade for good runabout. Inquire of Ray Thurston, Chama, phone Maple 4. 42-tf For Sale—160 acres of land, 12 miles southwest of Beach, 100 acres under crop, about 155 acres tilable. $25 per acre, $2,000 down, balance to suit purchaser. Inquire at this office. 42-tf CLASSIFIED WANT ADS. CHRONICLE ADS MAKE BUSINESS GROW LAND FOR SALE—80 acres. 16 miles northeast of Baker and ten miles southwest of Carlyle all under cultivation, fenced, house, barn and well. Inquire of Gust Johnson, Preston, Mont. p44-46 House For Sale—A new 6-ronm frame house on three 50-foot cor ner lots, good well, in Woodhull addition, at a bargain on easy terms. For full particulars call phone 114, Beach, N. Dak. 42-ti" For Sale by Owner—A section of land eight and a half iniles from the Milwaukee railroad from 400 to 500 tillable acres. Price $10. Terms very reasonable. For fur ther particulars see E. Lloyd, Beach, N. D. 44-tf FOR SALE, RENT OR TRADE MISCELLANEOUS WANTS & ADS For Sale—Quarter section four miles northwest of Beach fenced. well, windmill, small house, at $3,000.00 down suit purchaser. Star Lumber Co. large "barn and $50.00 per acre, and balance to Inquire North 39-f For Sale—The Bakke residence in the southeastern part of the city. A chance for someone to get a new, modern home in an ideal location at the right price and on easy terms. Inquire of Consoli dated Investment Co., office in Beach State Bank. 42-tf For Sale—Four beds, complete with springs and mattresses, one comode, one washstand, four dining room chairs, rugs, wash bowels, pitchers, etc. Almost as good as new. Inquire of J. J. Wysockf, Russell-Miller elevator, Beach. 45-tf Agents Wanted for this fall. Address box 141, Beach. 45-lt Make your final proof before R. M. Andrews, U. S. commissioner. Girl Wanted for general house work. Apply to Mrs. M. A. Egan. Make your final proof before J. A, Miller, U. S. Commissioner. 24 Girl Wanted for general house work. Inquire of Mrs. Mark Lovell. 45-tf Girl Wanted for general house work. Inquire Mrs. Wm. V. Hughes, phone 110-R. 43-tf MONEY to loan on improved land. Prepayment privileges to borrower.—Geo. McClellan. IStf Girl Wanted for general house work. Apply to Mrs. Guy Lovell, or at Lovezl Bros, hardware store. Furnished rooms to rent, one block south of Eliason\s hardware store—Mrs. F. E. Whitaker. 44-46 If you want a good job of car penter or mason work see or write Dad Emerson, Box 282, Beach, N. Dak. 32tf List your land with the Consoli dated Investment Co. They get results. Office in Beach State Bank. 37-tf Position Wanted by 19-year-old boy to work for board and go to school. Inquire at Chronicle office. 40-tf We have plenty of money on hand to loan on real estate. We want your farm loans.—Beach State Bank. 15-tf Lost—Brown shawl between A. D. McPhee's and Ed. Egan's farms, Sunday afternoon. Finder please return to this office. 45-tf If You Want Your Property Sold List your real estate, rentals and farm lands with John Baer, J. R. Smith Land Co. office. 27-tf Ladies' and gents' garments cleaned, repaired and pressed. Bring in your overcoats before the cold weather sets in.—Power & Wagner. 42-tf We are now comfortably located in our new offices in the Haigh building on First avenue and are prepared, better than ever be fore, with a new and complete list of lands and unlimited funds for farm loans.—Piesik Land and Lean Co. 44-tf NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE GOLDEN VALLEY TELE PHONE COMPANY OF BEACH. N. DAK Office of Golden Valley Telephone Co., Beach, N. Dakota. August 1st, 1911. Public Notice Is Hereby Given that, pursuant to call duly signed by all the directors of the Golden Valley Telephone Company of Beach, N. Dak., a special meet ing of the stockholders of said company will be held at the com pany's offices in tha city of Beach, Billings county, North Dakota, on the 10th day of October, 1911, at 2 o'clock P. M., for the pur pose of considering and acting upon a proposition to issue 6 per cent bonds to the amount of $15,000 and for the transaction of any and all business necessary or desirable in connection therewith. All stockholders of record are x'equested to be present at said meeting. J. P. SMITH, 38-10t President. HENRY WALLACE. President of Conservation Congress, Now in Session. EXPRESS RATES ARE HIGH North Dakota Commission Decision Hits Companies. Bismarck. N. D., Sept. 26.—Declara tion that all express rates in North Dakota are too high is made by the state railroad commission in its writ ten decision turning down the applica tion of the state launderers for lower rates. The commission says the granting of the plea of the laundry men for a lower rate on laundry consignments would be discriminatory and that in order to effect it it would be neces sary to order reduction of rates on other classifications. The board also holds that the plea for the placing of dry cleaned clothes in the same class as laundry is not well founded and cannot be granted. HOPE TO SECURE BROKERS' MONEY Federal Authorities After Get Rich Quick Concern. New York, Sept. 26.—The postoffice authorities have taken steps to lay their hands on a large sum, said to be more than $100,000 in cash, which they believe was kept in reserve by Jared Flagg, Jr., and others who were arrested Saturday charged with vio lating the postal laws to defraud in vestors. Flagg and his alleged associates, former United States Treasurer Dan iel N. Morgan, F. Tennyson Heely, formerly a publisher, and others, spent Saturday and Sunday nights in jail. Alvin M. Iliggins, the lawyer who is said to have been the legal adviser of Jared Flagg, was released on $10,000 bail. To prevent the accused stock brok ers from reaching their reserve fund before the federal authorities can get control of it th« postoffice inspectors prepared to have some of Flagg's cus tomers file a petition in bankruptcy against him. In addition to ?67,000 in cash which the inspectors declare Flagg and his partners kept in a safety deposit box it is said that $191,000 has been re ceived from customers since Sept. 1, indicating the magnitude of the business contributed by investors anxious to profit by the concern's of fer of 52 per cent a year return. MANY PRELATES TO ATTEND National Eucharistic Congress Meets at Cincinnati Thursday. Cincinnati, Sept. 26.—Perhaps the most important Catholic conclave in a decade will convene Thursday, when the National Eucharistic congress meets for a four-day session. Fully one-third of the hierarchy of the Unit ed States will gather to promote the principles of the Priests' Eucharistic league and to hold important discus sions on the general advancement or Catholic doctrines in this country. Prominent among, the archbishops who will be in attendance are Mosi Rev. John Ireland, St. Paul Mo^t Rev. John M. Farley, New York, anl Mos Rev. John J. Gleason, St. Louis. FIRE PANIC IN A THEATER Three Hundred People Fight Their Way to the Exits. Chicago, Sept. 26.—More than 300 persons, many of them women and children, rushed panic stricken fron the Lyceum Nickel theater when the moving picture films in the cage above the entrance caught fire. The screams of the women and chil dren added to the confusion in the house. The people fought their way to the exits, trampling each other un der foot in their terror. No one was seriously injured, aside fram bruises received in climbing over chalnu TRAGEDY DUE TOJJILLBOARD Costs Lives of Thirteen Per* sons at Neenah, Wis. DRIVER MAY LOSE REASON Man in Charge of Hayrack Party Gives Way Mentally and It Is Be lieved He Has Become Insane—En gineer of Train Which Crashed Into Wagon Also Collapses and Is Unable to Continue His Journey. Neenah, Wis., Sept. 26.—Work wa3 Virtually suspended in Neenah while county officers investigated the killing of thirteen members of a hayrack party, run over by a fast passenger train of the Chicago and Northwest ern railroad. The accident, it is said, was due to a large billboard that ob structed the view of the driver of the team and the engineer. The eighteen survivors, eight of whom were unhurt and three of whom may die of their injuries, say that the accident could have been avoided but for the signboard. Nearly all the thir ty-one young people on the hayrack were employed in a woodenware fac tory at Menasha. They had attended a wedding anniversary at the home of Peter Hanson. Hanson, who was driving the wagon, escaped without injury. He said that he heard the train, but that the sound seemed to be deflected by the bill board that the unseen train rumbled as though it were half a mile away. The billboard stood between the rail road and the highway, which crossed at a sharp angle. Baby's Miraculous Escape. An unusual incident of the accident was the way in which the baby of Mrs. Joseph Brezinski was saved from injury. Mrs. Brezinski, holding the child, sat with her husband near the front of the hayrack. A few feet to wards the rear sat Miss Mary Schwartzbauer. After the train cut the wagon in two the Brezinskis found themselves sitting on the ground, slightly shaken up. The baby was not there. The parents ran about in the dim light of the morning in frantic search of the child. Fifty feet from the track they found the baby unharmed in the arms of Miss Schwartzbauer, who was un conscious but not otherwise injured. Frank Spooner, engineer of the train, and Hanson, driver of the wagon, are under constant guard to prevent an attempt at suicide. Spoon er tried to finish his run after the tragedy, but drove his engine only seven mile^ before he suffered a col lapse. Hafison also gave way men tally and it is believed he has become insane. WANTS SON TO BE AMERICAN Mrs. W. B. Leeds, Popular Abroad, to Return to This Country. New York, Sept. 26.—Mrs. William B. Leeds, the youthful widow of the "tin plate king," former president of the Rock Island system—a woman whom Helleu, the French artist, en thusiastically testified had 98 of the 100 points that make for physical per fection—has decided to return here to live, after a successful career in London, and after refusing offers of tr.r- MfflSmm 'S 'U MRS. W. B. LEEDS. marriage from Prince Murat and oth ers of high social rank abroad. Mrs. Leeds wants her eight-year-old son, William Bateman Leeds, to be brought up under those conditions that best tend to promote good American citizenship. More particularly, she wants him taught how to conserve and manage the 125,000,000 estate left him by his father, who died at the Ritz hotel in Paris on June 23, 1908. Italians Land in Tripoli. Paris, Sept. 26.—A dispatch to the Temps from Rome gives unconfirmed rumors that Italian forces have landed at three points on the coast of Tripoli. Go To= Schiilz jCumber Co. LUMBER AND All Kinds of BUILDING MATERIAL One Block South of Beach Implement Go. The Monitor Windmill evansviuc JOHN MADISON Leave Orders at the Golden Valley Chronicle Office. KENNEDY & PARADISE SALOON YATES, MONTANA The very best, of googs, wholesale and retail. Orders filled promptly. Telephone No. 3, Yates, and you'll get it quick. MONEY TO LOAN ON FAliM LANDS Agents for Fire Insurance—the strongest companies and lowest rates. We buy and sell town property. BEACH LAND & LOAN COMPANY BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA. I1NN8MNHI The City Livery J. L. JEPSON, Proprietor GOOD RIGS WITH OR WITHOUT DRIVERS Special Attention Given to Land Seekers. Reasonable Prices. All Kinds of Hauling Done BEACH N. DAKOTA The Golden Valley Chronicle Has more than twice the circulation of any other newspaper published in Billings county. That is the reason "CHRONICLE ADS MAKE BUSINESS GROW" I I am agent for the above in and guaran tee them to be one of the best on the market. Let with 5rou on one of these in or let me drill a well for you. I make a specialty of well drilling.