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4 AH Home Print in Candidates All In the Field 'Over Fifty Persons Have Filed Petitions Asking That Their Names Be Placed on Ballot As Candidates for County Office. Monday was the last day for 'the filing of candidates petitions to secure a place on. the primary election ballot, and now the field is closed and the campaign on in earnest. Over fifty candidates are out for county offices in Gold men Valley county on the repub lican, socialist and democratic tickets. There are no rull moose candidates in the field. Following are the candidates who filed on the republican, so cialist and democratic ticket: For Sheriff— W. J. Patrick, republican. Bert, Palmer, republican V* E. Harvey, republican. F. P. Stone, republican. S- A. Smith, socialist. John Madison, democrat. For County Auditor— G. W. Lindsey, republican. R. S- Conklin, socialist. M. C. McCarthy, democrat. For County Treasurer— A. E. Swan, republican. Zeke Hoffman, republican, C. J. Strum, socialist. Theo. Schweitzer, democrat For Register of Deeds— J. W. Page, republican. Thor. G- Plomasen, republi can. C. W. Heckerman, socialist. No Democrat. For County Judge— J. A. Miller, republican. Theo. Maanum, republican. T. L. Smith, republican. H. L. Halliday, republican. A. O. Whitney, socialist. Frank Fitzgerald, democrat. For Clerk of Court— T. N. Roble, republican. E. E. Pinkham, socialist. Geo. Christensen, democrat. For State's Attorney— C. L. Waldron, republican. M. H. Jefferson, democrat. No socialist For Coroner— R. W. Stough, republican. R. E. Walker, republican No democrat. For Justice of the Peace— William Rosenberg, democrat, No socialist or republican. For Constable— Chas- A. Doubles, republican No socialist or democrat. For epresentatives— John G. Odland, republican. Robt. J. List, republican. Burton S. Covell, republican. George McClellan, republican A. C. Townley, socialist. E. W. Johnston, socialist. No democrats. For Commissioners, 1st. Dist.— Lewis Odland, republican. L. A. Kirst, republican. A. E- Kastien, republican. Alden Mcsher, socialist. K. Guthrie, democrat. For Commissioner, 2nd. Dis.— George Oech, republican. Guy Lee. republican. Herman Wojohn. socialist. A. J. O'Keefe, democrat For Commissioner, 3rd. Dis.— L. E- Curl, republican. E. E. Egan. republican. Clark Walter, democrat. No socialist Supt. of Schools, School Ballot— Jessie L. Kinsey. Joseph A. Kitchen. Hazezl I- Ziesenis. J. W. Wentland. Lola E. Wallace. Dies At Star- Buck Minn. Mrs. Simon Hoverson Died Last Sunday After an Operation for an Abceu. A telegram was received last Sunday noon, by Mrs. Peter E *'Bieto, conveying the information that her mother, Mrs. Simon Hoverson had passed away that morning at the hospital at Star tuck, Minn., where she had un dergone an operation for an ab cess of the stomach. She went to Starbuck early in April, in company with relatives and the remains of her husband, 'who died here on March 29, and after the funeral went to the hos pital for treatment. She was (Continued on local page) DICKINSON SCHOOL BOY DROWNED. Dickinson, May 26.— Adam Virag, aged 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cas par Virag was drowned in Heart river while at tending a picnic. He boasted of being able to swim the river, leaped in and after struggling a short time went down. It is believed that tjhe leap into the water knocked out the boy's breath. The body was in the water *"over an hour before recovered. was In The Hands Of Promoters Correspondence and Guarantee Relative to the Proposed Rail- Mr Arthur F. Herbeit DearSir! 1 Enclosed herewith you will proposed electric road south of to hear from you as to which of the four offers you find advisable tc accept Beach has never before had a definite proposition put before her in this connection we have, in this resolution, exceeded what has been asked of us and you will find our people ready at ail times to do anything we can, with good ,o bring this project "paper road" to a work- consistent 1 principles, I from a ing reality. I We are "with you" on this proposition and have tried to show it as clearly as we can by the enclosed resolutions. Yours truly., Bv Beach Commercial Club. J. B. Slosson, Secy. I TO ARTHUR F. HERBERT AND HIS ASSOCIATES. BE IT RESOLVED, by the undersigned, business men and citizezns of Beach, North Dakota, in mass meeting assembled, that it is the sense cf this meeting and of the undersigned that a railroad I constructed from Beach to coun try south thereof is to the best interests of said city and the sur rounding country, and to that end we mutually pledge ourslves to use our influence and best en deavors to secure the construc tion of such railroad, and be it further resolved that it is the sense of this meeting that the cit izens and business men of Beach would be willing to promptly and or to /or\ find the resolution containing. dollars when a railroad is con four offers to yourself and asso- £ructueclvan? ,°Pei'flon dates on behalf of the citizen.' gea.ch' and business men of Beach, N. We are glad to send you this!eration and glad to have this opportun- ^enty much benefit from this line when' in operation. this resoution is a result was well attended and was an enthusiastic hearty approval and co-opera-, Oj 'n thls. P,roject faithfully perform and carry out one of the following four prop- QoVderVafey Progress! ositions upon your acceptance of same, towit: .. .. Beach Advance. I. lo deposit the sum ofj Five Thousand Dollars (£5,000) OLUME9 PUBLISHED AT BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY MAY 29, 1914 The farmer candidate for reg ister of deeds of Golden Valley county. sum of Five Thousand Dollars road to the South Country. ($5,000) when a railroad is con- tesignat on which was done and stiucted and in operation from accepted. S. A. Smith's appoinL Mav 2 3 1914 Beach, North Dakota to Burkey, ment was then brought up fori Orpgon II inoU v-") miles south of Beach. the coun. 1 again refuse-:i to on-1 v^regon, unnois, f^'a nnnfF 5• Nouh Bu,rkeyf t0 a Dak., showing the attitude of miles, from Beach, each sum to Beach and its people toward your be Pa'd as to. ity of lending a hand in what will, ^ousand dollars ($5,000) when mean much to Beach and to the and the additional sum of three Golden Valley who will receive fuch lhe mass meeting from which rail,:oa° ,, 000) when a railroad is con-j one we all realized the weight of the proposition before us and peach have tried to assure you of our ot and financially .and shall be glad jocated from Dakota by way of pom,t (30 f° 1V1 1 h?,U" Sa"d J°!lars ^5.°°0) wen the railroad is constructed and in op- ""VT' (29 Bea ch' 13 ,n- of constructed and from Beach, by way Burkey. to a point thirty (30) miles from Beach. 4 Qr to donate you the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,-! slructe£j and Jn ation from North Dakota of Burk nd connecti with 6ome int on the main Kne of the Milwaukee railroad as now SQUth of Beach. And be further resolVed, that we Jed ourselve8 to use business Beach" and Townsite Agent. O. C. Kucheman, Golden Val ley State Bank. George Christensen, Clerk of Court. -onns, E. J. iJ. Smith, President Golden Valley Telephone Co. Fd. Hoversc-n, Hardware. N. r5. Reed, Bcach Lumber &c Coal Co. J. L. cur influence and best efforts and endeavors to secure for you aj legular monthly banquet right of way for such railroad for a a distance of ten (10) miles out club was h(\d at the city of Beach. an^ Hugh Egan, Beach State Bank. L. W. Richards, "Mother of Pi umoing and B. D. Grant, Heating. Geo. McClellan, Lands, Farm nnn-, U. S. Commicsioner. Dickinson, General Mer- chandisc. O. C. Attletweed, First Nation al Bank. Jepron, Livery and: Council. Plomasen, County rmber City Council. Thor. G. Surveyor. Albert Schouboe, Beach Dr-iry. C. E. Fuller, Veterinary Sur-: geon. Tom L- Smith, General Mer chandise. Jchn J. Madison, Sheriff Gold en Valley County. J. B. Slosson, Real Estate, Golden West Investment Com pany. F. E. Near, Real Estate, Gold en West Investment Company. Richard Bros.. Publishers of K' Zollinger, Publisher of. IVJartm ESan- in any bank in Beach, North Da- "an'c kota, to be designated by you,: W. H. Orr, Orr Bakery and such sum to be used in the pre- Manager of Welles-Thompson liminaiy work and survey for the Lumber Co. construction of a railroad from E. E. Noble, Insurance Agency. Beach, North Dakota, and con- David Keckler, Grocery and, necting with the main line of the Market. Milwaukee railroad, provided Hoffman Bros. Confectionery! you put up a good and sufficient bond in twice the amont of such sum, with a Surety Company as surety, conditioned to the return cf such money to the undersigned in case such railroad is not built and in operation at least to Bur key within one year from the date hereof. 2. Or, to donate you the & Lunch Room. Tri-State Implement Company, Machinery. M. C. McCarthy, County Audi tor. Chronicle Printing Co., Pub lishers of Golden Valley Chron icle. 1 Beach State Continued on Editorial page* av Golden tDallev Chronicle A Newspaper that Causes Comment in a Town that is Talked About Council Meets And Atr auras An adjourned meeting of the city council was held at the city hall last Monday evening which adjourned without transacting any business. The mealing was! called to order by the mayor with all councilmen present. As scon as the meeting convened former city auditor, M. A- Egan, attempted to participate in the meeting and the mayor ordered him to withdraw, and upon his refusal, the mayor ca!cd upon he chief of police to remove him. He then withdr-w volun tarily, and Mark Lovr". acting under a former resolution, acted as clerk of the meeting. The matter of appointments was taken up and a recess declar ed in whi -h to talk the matter over. Following the recess the appointment of Harry Burt as city auditor was confirmed with the understand! ng that he file his some other point twenty connrma to.i by the mavor and .1 .. n-i -i i_ ,l good things that we need. lhe y.l!l, other informal discussion took place and this was followed by the council rescinding their action regarding Mr. Burt's appoint ment and resignation. The mayor urged that other business be taken up and Mr. Lovell continue to act as clerk of the meetings until ments were settled Lovell, however, made a motion to adjourn, which canicd, and no business of any kind wa3 transacted. ths appoint- Commercia Monthly Meeting meeting of the neach Com- an excellent spread was prepared for the forty-seven guests the U. present, by B. church. ATTENTION Engine Ov/ners Until further notice our prices are as follows Perfection Kerosene 11.8 Crown Gasoline 17.1 Stanolind Motor Spirits 15.1 STANDARD OIL CO. H. M. Heath, Mgr. of Beach into a closer touch and a working relationship, which cannot fail to bring about a healthier condition in the county a re in in a lep0rt further showed a balance T,° ihe'o( $15.21 on hand and unpaid amounting to $10.51 which showed that although the dues of the club are only fifty cents a month and are not working a hardship on any cf the mem bers, the town and county's busi ness of a public nature is being handled by the commercial club in practical ways and the city, and coun Councilman j.|ie Held a Very Successful Meeting on Wednesday Evening of this Week. ty officials are receiving SU pp0rt and citizens of Bcach was Tile the ladies of able. The minutes of th April meet- secretary, Financial was read club has in good ve signed -y-laws but i, and but ice the or last Jan- ing were read by and approved as r.' report of the serve: which showed that a membership of 5 standing, 7 others the constitution an have not yet remit one has withdrawn ganization of the uari/-, the report fnr! er showed that the club has hr a series of successful meetings, !r ve paid for several invited farn. guests at each meeting, paid fo 144 olates at the "Good Roads banquet and meeting which vas held in the opera house on t'afternoon of April 2nd., and at which time there were nearly 100 farmers of the Golden Valley guests of the club, and as a ult of that meeting a "Good Po ds Week" has been nlanr.ed w! will work a great change in U. road con dition of the entire -:-"untry and has brought the road overseer: the farmers and the business men Will assistance of the club in many ways, and the club is paying its way as it goes and not incurring any obligations whkh it has not the money to pay for. 1 he electric railway resolution read by the secretary and the list of names signed to it as ferwarded to Mr. Herbert, the! promoter of He road, and a re,- .stry return card o.gned by Mr. Heroe?t is in the hands or the sec- A •, retary showing that the containing the four offers received him on h'lay 26th. by I S°od roads committee re- ported $1250 raised thus far by the citizcns and business men of Beach to be expended in road improvements during good roads week and fully $75 more avail- Scire of the county's road ov-j seers v,---re present and all I rnified their willingness to co er~!c with the club during this ad enmnaifn and were r' campaign and were pica.ccrl the interest people tion. taken by Lommittee on ronn'y reir re- ,j ported tl:at they thoueht it ad-' "''sable to hold a county fair in ib' as previously planned at the Anvil meeting and upon motion the entire matter was left to the discretion of (he committee. In the matter of electric serv irfi in Beach. Mr. Chrysler of the Beach Electric, company Meeting adjourned at 8:45 following a vote of thanks ex tended the ladies of the U. B. church for the able manner in which they had handled the ban quet. Read the Chronicle for News f/rounc the of Beach in the road siiuc '•-Ton motion, the gocd roads wee!-', w-. cornmittee nnpointed meeting, consisting Grant, Swan, Pirr/'na and Ro senberg, '.-ho with F'omasen and Jen«on will have full power to set the 07'a~t drtes, arra'ire a n'h®d"le of work r-nd carry it out '.o a syocp«sM fin'sh with the as r:'rt-nce r.f (he ro-d ov'erseers. 3 committee will call a meet ing soon consisting cf the engin'* owners of the county, the road! overseers and the farmers of the: f-onntv who can attend and deter- I pijnn just when and how the work .'.•hall l:e done. 1 ,1 •r\r.\'s o) left to lhe! W II T,? A~«itKecsier "t the .'\pril hydrant, reach of stated that Mr. Robertson of his com pany was unable to be present at th-'s time and go into the matter of the continuous service, but he expects to be in Beach during the coming week when the entire matter will be gone into, and will probably result in Beach se curing a continuous electric serv ice, something which will be ap preciated by all and made use of. 17". $ Build Line South of Beach Immediately (Special May 28, 1914, 5 P. M.) Beach, North Dakota. Agent resolution ,S of thej^111 a branch line in the Golden Valley, leaving the main line jiieai .Leach and running southerly about 25 miles, conditioned however that lhe right of way and station to the railway company free of charge. We are ready to commence construction as soon as the ngat ol way and station ground are provided. We-hope to have the line definitely loeated about 10th -bin,, and immediately thereafter land commissioner Coopi \vii.i be ready 'o hanaio details of securing right of way a ui are aulhorizcd to make tin's telegram public. 11 nc eo. recei pt. J. l-\A itomc t" Eight Pages t^dSo I ciefr 9*•** 0 •, a NUMBER 29 lf%8 I iv '.•*• I r»nrif 25 li yy m?«S mvmi »fcv.se and. "Contents Entirelv Consumcd.—Broken. Hydn Cuts Oat Water Supply. and nothing was known of ml At about 12:30 last Monday night the citizens of the town were aroused by the fire whistle that bein i-' and bell, the bui ldim of lhe residence of David ivecKler (he Near addition. The Tire 'icparlment responded promptly, but after laying the hose found hat the water supply was not available because of a broken the only the fire. one within er part of the structure on fire. After getting themselves and the children out of the building the fire had such headway that it was impossible to save anything to speak of. Miles Sl au I, '3een by board of directors of NortH- Pacific railway company, to construct immediately inn ground be given ORD, VJASS MEETING AT BEACH NEXT MONDAY KiGHT. une err and n,. VI f" 'i -I i. •. rv. mxious lo Meet Local Sports ir.cn ar.d to Get Co-Operation of All in Protecting Game. li you have any pet hobby, any new idea on game law en forcement, game preserves, pro tection or propagation, if the pro tection or restraint of beaver or o'f.cr tur bearing animals or big game is a matter of interest to you, there will he an lt he an opportun ity here next week to give ex nresnion to your views. The Noith Dakota Game and Fish Board of Control will be in ses- Apparently i0n here. It is announced that svery sportsman, whether a rhem ierwise» the hydrant had been run into with some kind of a vehicle and ber of the gun club or other broken below the ground, allow-, W ing the water to escape before I any new suggestions will be reaching the hose. ceived with pleasure Just how the fire started is not Practically every man who known, but is supposed to have goes afield in the fall has some caught in a pile of kindling which one thing he would like to see ia was placed in front of the kit- (he game laws. That's what the chen range. During the early board is anxious to learn. It part of the night, Mrs. Keckler wants to know what the huntera had not been feeling well and: wish. It wants to get in close had started afire in the range and touch, secure their views and co* it is supposed a spark escaped operation. and ignited the kindling. Mrs. Keckler retired and went to sleep be warmly welcomed and l°°ksJ£e th fire until the flames were rushing ^ded .sh°oter*- Evfjr up the stairway to their sleeping! room, and almost the entire low-: th'"g re« thf,^ me.et,ng ^re June 4 h., will be largely at- be '"formal. There n° set addresse3' free for a11 'U8t conversation. The board is anxious to meet as many local people as possible. The meeting will be held at that city hall immediately after the art rival of train No. 7.