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Mrs. Devine has been a pa
tient sufferer for the last three
years, but her last moments were
quite and peareful as her journey
had been through life.
In the hour of sorrow we are
elad to know that Mrs. Devine
lived a life in God afid when the
final summons came was ready
to go to her heavenly home,
where'no sorrow and sin exists.
Her death came as a shock to
the family and a large circle of
friends in the community of
which she had been so loqg a
resident.
She was a woman cf friendly
nature and with quite and unas
suming ways, ever ready to ac
commodate and to do a favor,
thoueh seldom asking one for
herself.
N. D. AGRI. COLLEGE
RESOLUTIONS
ganizaztions of Beach also upon each of the newspapers of
Beach, that they may knew the farmers' sentiments relative
to the situation as to County Commissioner in the first District,
permitting favorable comment upon any candidate, but no
attempt to promote any candidate for Commissioner in our
District, other than for the public good.
Mrs. John Devine passed
away at her home in the town of
Irving, May 23, 1914, at 12:40
a. m. Her death was caused by
a complication of diseases. Helen
Lennie was born in Dcnagal
county. Ireland, on August I 5,
1833, and accompanied her par
ents to America in 1855, On
May 1, 1860. she was united in
marriage to John Devine. They
settled in Springfield. Wis., and
in 1872 moved to the town of
Irving, where they have since
resided. To their union seven
children were born, one dying in
his infancy and one daughter.
Mrs. Ellen Gardner, departed
this life three years ago. She
leaves to mr".rn their loss, her
aged husbpnd. three davfhters.
and two sons. Mrs, Mary Quack
enbush of Harlem, Mont., T^rnes
Devine who
resided with his
parents, Mrs. Carrie Savon of
Harlem. Mont., whe has been at
her bedside for the last four
months, Mrs. Agnes Dunnigan of
Beach, and John Devine of Har
lem, Mont., a number of grand
children and one brother. John
Lennie of Alma Senter, Wis.
She was a devoted member of
the Catholic church. The funeral
services were held Monday at
the Catholic church in Trout, the
Rev. Father Broibery conducting
the services.
j,.
"Successful Corn Production"
is the title one issue of the
Farmers' Institute Monthly. It
leviews the methods used by the
CAN GUAR
THE OFFICE OF COUNTY JUDGE.
The office of County Judge is an important one.
seen in my active practice of law for twenty-five years several
estates wasted, squandered and the heirs deprived of their
sights, simply through the ignorance and inefficiency of the
Judge who had charge of the probating of them. 4
I am a candidate for the office of County Judge on the
Republican ballot at the June primaries, for Golden Valley
County and pledge the voters, if nominated and elected,
will bring to the office, not only my experience for a long
term of years in handling probate matters, as a lawyer, but a
thorough business experience, which is a very essential quali
fication for a County Judge to have. I thank you for your
support.
winners in the 1912 an.i 1913
acre yield corn contests. The
winners in the 1913 contest pro
duced 108 bushels of mature
corn on an acre and the average
eld per acre of the winners in
••«e ern sect'
WES
76 3-4
bushels, while in the northern
part cf the state the average was
5
7 1-2 bushels. This indicates
that these corn growers used
S°od methods. This makes the
report of much interest and
alue. Copies can be secuie'l
l'rom the North Dakota Experi
ment Station, Agriculture Col
lege, N D.
Depreciated Value.
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Old Man—Is that your mamma yon
der v^Jtli the beautiful set of furs?
Willie—5?es, sir.
Old Man—Well, do you know what
poor auimal it is that has to suffer In
order that your mamma might have
the furs with which she adorns herself
BO
proudly?
Willie—Yes, sir my papa.—.Wisconsin
State Journal.
Respectfully,
Adv. J. A. MILLER.
This Baking Powder
Keeps Its Strength
The large can of lasts longer
than 25 cents worth of other baking
powders but no matter how lone it
takes to get to the bottom the last
spoonfuj is just as good as the first.
raises the nicest, lightest biscuits,
cakes and pastry you ever ate, and it
is guaranteed pure and wholesome.
For goodness sake, use C.
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Woman—Is thN parrot profane?
I Valor—No, lady tliac one is marked
f.wn to .$2.4.8 mi that account.—New
Vork GIoIjo.
Unerring Verdict
"There's two women over there. One
of them's uiy wife."
"Oh, yes the tall one!"
"Ilow'd you guess it?"
"She noWs new shoea."—Wisconsin
State Journal.
I
H9HBBH3UE&
have
VOTE FOR
Republican Candidate for
COUNTY JUDGE
Of Golden Valley Coanty,
At the Primaries, June 24, 1914
I
LICENSE REFUSED
Word was received on Friday
that the supreme court had re
versed the decision of the district
court in the case of James Frost
of Stateline in the celebrated
liquor case. The district court
held that the county treasurer
was compelled to issue a whole
sale liquor license to any person
upon the payment of the proper
REPUBLICAN.
OFFICE OF UNITED STATES SENATOR
Herman N. Midtbo, Minot.
Andrew Miller, Bismarck.
Ade J. Gronna, Lakota.
REFPRESENTAT!VE IN CONGRESS
FIRST DISTRICT
H. T. Helgesen, Milton.
SECOND DISTRICT
George M. Young, Valley City.
William P. 1 uitle, Dawson.
THIRD DISTRICT
P. D. Norton, Hettinger.
L. A. Simpson. Dickinson.
GOVERNOR
J. H. Wishek. Ashley.
L. B. Hanna, Far^o.
Usher L. Burdick, Williston.
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
A. T. Kraabel. Clifford.
A. \V. McMasters, Tolley.
Henry J. Bessesen, Harvey.
John H. Fraine, Grafton.
Henry Sagehorn, Krem.
SECRETARY OF STATE
Thomas Hall, Bismarck
STATE AUDITOR
Carl O. Jorgenson, Milnor.
STATE TREASURER
Thomas H. Tharalson, Grafton.
Rollef Berg, Courtenay.
S. N. Putnam, New Rockford.
John Steen, Rugby.
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Alfred Zuger, Bismarck.
Henry J. Linde, Stanley.
F. C. Heffron, Dickinson.
COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE
Walter C. Taylor, LaMoure.
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AND
LABOR.
Robert F. Flint, New Salem
A. E. Hutchinson, Minnewaukan.
Will E. Holbein, Lansford.
J. T. Hoge, Underwood.
COMMISIONERS OF RAILROADS
H. A. Barwind, Bismarck.
James Collins, Grand Fork*.
Jacob Rieden, Anamoose.
James Duncan, Josephine.
O. P. N. Anderson, Stareweather
W. H. Mann, New Salem.
W. H. Stjjfcsman, Mandan.
REPUBLICAN
SHERIFF
Bert Palmer, Beach
E. Harvey. BeacK
F. P. Stone, Sentinel Butte
W. Patrick, Beach
AUDITOR
G. W. Lindsey, Sentinel Butte
TREASURER
A. E. Swan, Beach
Arthur R. Hoffman, Beach
CLERK OR THE DISTRICT COURT
T. N. Roble, Beach
REGISTER OF DEEDS
J. W. Page, Beach
Thor. G. Plomaaen, Beach
STATE'S ATTORNEY
C. L. Waldron, Beach
COUNTY JUDGE
Tom L. Smith, Beach
H. L. Halliday, Beach
J. A. Miller, Beach
Theo. Maanum, Beach
COUNTY SURVEYOR
COUNTY CORONER
R. E. Walker, Beach
R. W. Stough, Beach
COUNTY COMMISSIONER FIRST DISTRICT
L. A. Kirst, Beach
R. Lewis Odland, Beach
A. E. Kastien, Beach
COUNTY COMMISSIONER SECOND DIST.
Guy Lee, Sentinel Butte
George Oech, Beach
COUNTY COMMISSIONER THIRD DISTRICT
Edw. E. Egan, Beach
L. E. Curl, Beach
COUNTY JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
COUNTY CONSTABLES
Chas. A. Doubles, Burkey
Howard Egai, Beach
REPRESENTATIVES 39TH. DISTRICT
Burton S. Covill, Rainy Butte
George McClellan, Beach
John G. Odland, Sentinel Butte
Robert List, Scranton
"SEALT
GOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE
o«fcW Prim.,,, Ballot b. v„,.d ,h. P,l„„y 0«li.n ,o b. h.U
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fee, but the higher tribunal says
not. Frost was represented by
Anderson & Foss, while General
Haskell was retained by Treasur
er Barnett—Glendive Indepen
dent.
MARRIED AT CARLYLE.
On Wednesday of last week,
May 2 7, at Carlyle. occurred the
ceremony which m^de Mr, Leon­
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STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY SS
I, M. C».McCarthy, Auditor in and for the County of Golden Valley, State of North Dakota rU ft
and pursuant to chapter 209, section 2, session laws of 1911, providing for the publication ofth*n.m» i?i i!?
DEMOCRAT
OFFICE OF UNITED STATES SENATOR
Geo. P. Jones, LaMoure
Vv E. Purceli, Yvahpeton
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
FIRST DISTRICT
John H. Gogin, Osnabrock
Fred Bartholemew, Grand Forks
SECOND DISTRICT
James J. Weeks, Bottineau
THiRD DISTRICT
Halver L. Halverson, Minot
GOVERNOR
Frank Oscar Hellstrom, Bismarck
Oliver Knudson, Michigan
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
James E. Hall, Grafton
SECRETARY OF STATE
W. E. Byerly, Vel va
STATE AUDITOR
Frank Shanley, Cando
STATE TREASURER
Marthinus F. Hegge Hatton
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Geo. H. Moellring, Ray
Scott Cameron, Linton
COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE
Clias. S. Whittlesey, Fargo
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AND
LABOR.
E. A. Lillibridge, Dickinson
COMMISIONERS OF RAILROADS
Sam A. Hall, Valley City
B. F. Brockhoff, Grand Forics
Wm. Loughland, Hesson
DEMOCRAT
SHERIFF
John J. Madison, Beach
AUDITOR
M. C. McCarthy, Beach
TREASURER
Theo. Schweitzer, Beach
CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT
Geo. Christenten, Beach
REGISTER OF DEEDS
STATE'S ATTORNEY
M. H. Jefferson, Beaqh
if COUNTY JUDGE
Frank J. Fitzgerald, Beach
COUNTY SURVEYOR
COUNTY CORONER
COUNTY COMMISSIONER FIRST DISTRICT
J. K. Guthrie, Beach, N. D.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER SECOND DIST.
A. J. O'Keefe, Beach
COUNTY COMMISSIONER THIRD DISTRICT
Clark Walters, Alpha
COUNTY JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
William Rosenberg, Beach
A. M. Stodd~ rd, Beach
COUNTY CONSTABLES
REPRESENTATIVES 39TH. DISTRICT
1, M. C. McCarthy, Auditor of Golden Valley County, State of North Dakota dn I,,_.l„ __ .• ,,
ination as candidates for the office under which they have been designated, in conformity with the law governing'l'rimary^lectt^IV and'that °tK
•°d
ta
ard Aitkens and Miss Grace
Chadderdon, husband and wife.
Miss Chadderdon has many
friends among the people bf the
Carlyle district, where she wa3
employed as one of the school
teachers, and the Chronicle unit
es with them in wishing her and
her^ husband the full measure of
life happiness in the married
state. The young couple left at
N O I E
PUBLICATION OF CANDIDATES NAMES BEFORE PRIMARY ELECTION
1 ho primary election to be held on Wednesday th- 2 Uh. day of June, A. D? 191 between the hour*
several voting precincts in said county.
hours of 8 clock a. m. and 5 clock p. m., said primary election will be held in the
NON-PARTISAN SCHOOI
SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC 1NSTRUC
TION.
E.
J. Taylor, Bismarck
COUNTY OFFICERS
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS
NON-PARTISAN SCHOOL
Jessie L. Kinsey, Beach
Joseph A. Kitchen, Sentinel Butte
Hazzel I. Ziesenia, Beach
J. W. Wentland, Trotter*
Lola E. Wallace. Beach

once for Harve, Mont., where
they will visit with relatives and
friends, after which they will go
to their home at Namake, Can
ada.
Postmasters' Examinations,
An executive order issued by
the president requires competi
tive examinations for the position
of postmaster at all fourth class
foll°Wlng.
named
PROGRESSIVE
OFFICE OF UNITED STATES SENATOR
Sever Serumgard, Devils Lake
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
FIRST DISTRICT
SECOND DISTRICT
THIRD DISTRICT
Henry R. Ringoen, New Salem
GOVERNOR
H. H. Aaker, Faro-o
•LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
D. L. Campbell, Northwood
SECRETARY OF STATE
STATE AUDITOR
C. H. Starkee, Dickinson
STATE TREASURER
L, B. Garnaas, SHeyenne
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Dorr Carroll, Minot
COMMIS^&NER OF INSURANCE
J. P. Raqd, Grand Rorks
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AND
LABOR.
Karl Klein, Washburn
NON-PPARTISAN JUDICIARY
JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Burleigh F. Spalding, Fargo
A. M. Christianson, Towner
COMMISIONERS OF RAILROADS
T°n Johnson, Donnybrook
J. A. Nyland, Bismarck
O. L. Engen, Fargo
PROGRESSIVE
SHERIFF
AUDITOR
TREASURER
CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT
REGISTER OF DEEDS
T..'
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STATES ATTORNEY
COUNTY JUDGE
COUNTY SURVEYOR
COUNTY CORONER
COUNTY COMMISSIONER FIRST DISTRICT
COUNTY COMMISSIONER SECOND DIST.
COUNTY COMMISSIONER THIRD DISTRICT
COUNTY JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
COUNTY CONSTABLES
REPRESENTATIVES 39TH. DISTRICT
Cert
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M. C. McCARTHY, Auditor for Golden Valley County, North Dakota.
FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914
postoffices where the compensa
tion is over $180 per year. The
examination for nearby post offi
ces will be held at Beach on July
18th, next, according to a cir
cular .just issued by the post offi
ce department.
jjjt
Ray Blyton reports the arrivals
of a fine boy at his home
Thursday of this week
candidates have filed petitions of nomination
SOCIALIST
OFFICE OF UNITED STATES SENATOR
W. H. Brown, Dcvis Lake.
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
FIRST DISTRICT
Leon Durocher, Grand Forks
SECOND DISTRICT
N. H. Bjornstad, Ellendale
THIRD DISTRICT
Leland L. Griffith, Minot
GOVERNOR
J. Arthur Williams, Grand Forks
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
H. E. Thompson, Minot
SECRETARY OF STATE
W. G. Johnson, Fargo
STATE AUDITOR
J. E. Kulstad, Grand Forks
STATE TREASURER
L. S. Jones, Ellendale
ATTORNEY GENERAL
John L. Koeppler Wahpeton
COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE
F. Spath, Judson
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE AND
LABOR.
Robert Grant, Lakota
COMMISIONERS OF RAILROADS
L. A. Knoke, Willow City
Herman Riesche, Bachelor
G. E. Anderson, Steele
SOCIALIST
SHERIFF
S. A. Smith, Beach
AUDITOR
R. S. Conklin, Beach
TREASURER
C. J. Strum, Beach
CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT
E. E. Pinkham, Beach
REGISTER OF DEEDS
C. W. Heckerman, Beach
STATES ATTORNEY
COUNTY JUDGE
A. O. Whitney, Beach 1
COUNTY SURVEYOR
COUNTY CORONER
COUNTY COMMISSIONER FIRST DISTRICT
Alden Mosher, Buelsdale
COUNTY COMMISSIONER SECOND DIST.
Herman Wojahn, Beach
COUNTY COMMISSIONER THIRD DISTRICT
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COUNTY JUSTICES OF THE PEACE
COUNTY CONSTABLEa
REPRESENTATIVES 39TH. DISTRICT
Ernest W. Johnston, Beach
A. C. Townley, Beach
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