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©Absolutely 'Pure BEACH MARKET REPORTS. No. 1 Northern wheat .79 No. 2 Northern wheat .77 No. 1 Durum wheat .74 No. 2 Durum wheat .72 No. 1 Flax 1 3 8 No. 2 Flax 1 3 5 Barley 2 9 Oats 2 5 Tales of the Town For Rent—Two furnished sleeping rooms, nicely located. Inquire of Mrs. F. E- Whitaker 32-35 Miss Cora Finkle came home Tuesday morning from Grand Forks, where she has been an at tendant at the university during the past year. Miss Hazel Dickinson, who has been a student at the St. Kathrine college at Minneapolis, during the past school year, ar rived home yesterday for the summer vacation Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Prettyman of Sioux Falls, S. Dak-, arrived on No. 3 yesterday and will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moulton and other relatives and friends in this city for a time. Albert Hoverson returned Sun day evening from Starbuck, Minn., where he had been to at tend the funeral cf his mother. Prof, and Mrs. C. J. N. Nelson left Tuesday morning for Turtle River, Minn., where they will spend a portion of the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Alguire and children and the former's mother and sister, formed an auto party which left Beach on Tuesday morning for Sioux Falls, S. Dak. The two later, Mrs. Alguire and Mrs. Robert Riley had been the guests of friends and relatives here and the auto party was •made up for the return trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sprague left Tuesday morning for Fargo, where they will attend the grand lodge sessions of the Masonic and Eastern Star lodges, after which they ex,pect to make a trip to Canada, where they will visit Mr. Sprague's brother Harry. They will be absent about two weeks. B. S. Covell of Rainy Butte, candidate for the office cf rep resentative for the counties of Billings, Bowman and Golden Valley, was a visitor in Beach tl|p4!Fstij»f the week. and made this office a pleasant call." He re ports the political situation as looking very good from his standpoint. Frank Harris of Bismarck, the state adjuster for the Columbia of Omaha, was in Beach Thursday and paid Mr. Schouboe for a cow killed by lightning on his fdrm twenty miles scuth-east of Beach. He also paid Oscar Swan of Al pha a hail loss of $270.00. Mr. Swan is carrying a $2700-00 hail policy in the Columbia, and his hail loss occurred on the 11 th inst. This is the first hail loss paid in the valley this year. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith, Mrs. Alton, Mrs. O. D. Brault, Mrs. T. L. Smith and Miss Holsey left for Far^o Wednesday morning, where thev will attend th° grand lodge sessions of the Masonic and Eastern Star lodges, J. Smith serving as representative of the local Masonic body and Mrs. Alton filling the same position for the Eastern Star. Miss Holsey, after the grand lodge adiourns, will continue her trip east for the summer vacation. The Social Hour club went to the country heme of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Reeve last Tuesday for one of its regular fortnight ly meetings. The trip was made by auto and the popularity cf the hostess made the gathering a large one. Just as things had been nicely arranged for a lunch under the trees, it began to rain and a hasty departure was made for the house. The rain came down in sheets and confined the company to the house durine the remainder of the afternon. How ever, a change of program was made to fit the occasion and a good time is reported by all. -en- -m ROYAL •akbng tmwmE Makes Home-Baking Successful and Easy Mrs. C. F. Smith returned Tuesday of this week frcm her eastern trip, during *.vhkS she .'sited with friends in Chicago J. R. Waters was a passenger to Glendive Wednesday after noon, where he went on business connected with his iar£LS loan See Burke about his $10 per year accident and health policy $5,000 in case of accidential death, $25 per week for acci dential injjury and $20 per week in case of illness. All occupations included. adv H?.!e Nslson, of the manual lr in our schoo d«v morning f--»r in ?/1onttna. We him back when in the fall. F-M Cook of iron, dvocrird ofr Ber.:h short The Studebaker SIX will glide silently from a standing start on high into a forty mile gait, in a distance of less than 200 yards. The Studebaker SIX when is skimming along at high rate of speed will ac tually seem to you—from the lack of effort and vibra tion—to be going at a rate ten miles per hour less. The Full Floating Rear Ask Full Timlcan Bearing Equip Completely Electrically Started and Lichted Gasoline Tank Finest Finish Elegant Design FOUR Tourin SIX Touring SIX Landau-Roadster SIX Sedan C. A. Foster cf Burkey, was aj business. He continued business visitor in Beach on Wed-1 journey Thursday. nesdc.y of this v/eek. While here he called at the Chronicle office and placed an ad for sorie horses which he had taken up. Alvin and Theodore Hoveison arrived heme Sunday evening ficm Grand For!:?, v.-he had been in attendance state university during the wint months Wednerdpy f~r a very 3*t here with his brother, Charles 1. Cook, and mother. Mrs. M?i"v Cook, ar.d otl^er rela tives. His visit v.—s ly r-» expected and as the wiiter had not seen him fcr fourteen years, much pleasure was experienced from even that short vi'.it. He was on his av horn" fr^m New York, where he had been on a Studebaker store last week arid The of k'r first \nox hr.d eie-t jrave of her the 3each ceine.:-?' ful granite cju $500. She aLo they: maivis of his fiisi at the! cd daughter Ma'.'i buried in the R. ficmpson, The head of one of the greatest steel mills in America One of the reasons why Studebakers are the hardest people in the automobile business to satisfy on steels is this: In no other way than by heat treatment of steels can the strength of a "SIX" be greatly increased while the weight is being decreased. In no other way than by the scientific distribution of this weight through intensive manufacturing can that balance be secured which results in the superb road ability of the Studebaker SIX. And the important thing for you to remember is that the Studebaker SIX stands ab solutely alone among light "Sixes" in the application of manufacturing methods without which light-weight, strength, balance and roadability are impossible. How Studebaker SIX Superiority Shows Itself The Studebaker SIX will stick to a straight line with scarcely a touch on the steering wheel, mile after mile and hour after hour other "Sixes" si?e.« constantly creeping to one side or the other, and being coaxed back. The Studebaker SIX will take steeper hills and more of them, 'pn, costing S.r.d the re te and adopt *vr.o we'o :el Butte cen St. ?.ierv, hrouyht beside Mr. Kno': the remains of i:i ere plot of gnv.: sleep. s-perir.tendenfc ninir-g e'epavt ls, le!( last Fji his hc.nesteari hopo to s?e Next Sunday -hool starts up Attktweed, Jar And buried liu.s placing cn'.iie family r.J or th" R. A. Sprague w.:-! Ore- no, where they v. Theodore Schv/e:'. ?ent the Beach 0 big. state tournar be pulled off tlv he train This is ore of t.h -r. ir. '.he stale a targe number bcirg present, fci'- ure of participati ment of this kir from Bea' exp some of the guiv raid: SIX. Studebakers are the hardest people in the automobile business to satisfy on steels. Judging by their chemical, metallur* gical, and physical tests, this must be the best "Six" in the world"* His city a visit at the time of the 1 tournament here, which opens on July 13th- We understand that week Mrs. several persons have already en cl over the I &aged rooms at the hotel for this husband in cver!*. bes eauti- ot tne number of the wive3 Beach narty will accom pany them to Fargo. Mrs. S- E. /'.oilineer, .of the Stuart territory. wrs brought to Bea^h Isat Tuesday and Wednes day left .'or Rochester, Minn., sKc will connult with the ros., as regards to her ail he was accompanied bv h' .®bard. She has been ail or ?oma time and somethirg like N'.ayo Br lasc "ACT I .'fcj.ing O C. I ve'r aero underwent an opera 's Donaldson, -'°r» at the local hospital. This ry Lc oil and. *t emed to be beneficial for a leave for Far-1 but was not permanent, be joined by 1|pn"p f-h? •er, and lepre club at the •:it. which will nest week, best gun club from stales always idrs th^ pleas a tourna tiie 'member? to induce re tr-D to Rochetser Her '•ends h«re hope that ?he will be ^turned in better healih O. Griffith md family were •n the "'fy on high, than any other "Six". it meets in a day's run. The Studebaker SIX is not merely motor-silent, but silent all over —the transmission on the rear axle, in addition to its other advantages, contributing to 1 "Quantity Production of Quality Cars" Morris & Mathison, Beach, N. Dak that result. The Studebaker Proof Book describe* and picture* the scientific manufacturing operation* of Studebaker. Send for it. STUDEBAKER Detroit lapt Saturday, guests °t 'he heme of Mr and Mrs. T. I. Power. Mr. Griffiths has been at Glendive until recently ^nd Sunday niqrht thev went to Far?ro. where they will establish their home. Mr. Griffiths has a pay this position on the road for a grain walked! "Send me out a Stadefeaker Economical Light-Weight *1575 commission house, his territory being frc'm Fargo to Billings. Frank Bartlett, who is'manag ing the Lepla farm north of town this year, was in the city the first of the week and became a Chron icle subscriber. He is desirous of keeping himself posted on lo cal affairs .and says that accord ing to his neighbors, the only way to do that is to take tho Chronicle. He is operating 560 acres. Mrs Martha Paulsen and son Phillip, arrived here on No. 3 Saturday. Mrs. Paulson expects to build a home here this sum mer. The Power's have a page ad in this issue giving prices cn a "Red Tag Sale" that will be of interest to every person in the valley. Read it. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Smith left Wednerday morning for British Columbia, for an extended pleas ure trip. They will not be back until harvest time, and while away will visit Mrs. Smith's sis ters who are located in that west ern country. into The ^difference be tween a brand-new manufactured Stude baker SIX and a brand-new assem bled or semi-manu factured "Six" is immediately appar ent in the superior way in which the Studebaker holds the road. And that difference grows more marked month after month. It cul minates tragically, in a second-hand sale of the non-manufac tured 4'Six"'at a ter- rifja depreciation. The Studebaker FOUR is characterized by the same manufacturing excellence and quality of material as the Stude baker SIX. I The Beach fire departn.ent re ceives $349.80 this year, being a two per cent rebate of tre in surance premiums paid during 1913. This means that Beach people paid $17,500.00 for fire insurance protection during 9 1 3. SKAAR. A r.ice crowd was in attend ed the dance held in the 1 on Saturday ever.ms-. r.d all report a ecod siica at Skaar June 6, time, \V to his ch a !V.v r: l.l: a: rickett has returned ior the summer after entrsT work at made K. P. .Be a -:c.i L, Vv ibaux the fore trip to the •vv.: Mr. and Mrs. O rnts hvo moved to summer. •r:-:e :t is Lu dim Mrs. J. C. Cieme an addition to Her house, to s^sve f!s a post office building only. Most of the farmers ar^ through with spring's wcr!c hi this pr.it cf the county an^i are now wailing for the 1914 to develop. big crop ot Ed Skn?.r cxpects to star!: thearing his sheep this week His .-hoe:) ate :n fine shape and nat urally he expects a good crcp of woe!. K. P- Hetzlcr is puttirg in stoCiC cf H." rd'.vare ar.d dry goods cn-.d will carry a general iir.e of yooda from now on. The Beach Chronicle pt-.oHsh-' fd last week a set of resolutions drawn up by farmers of the inst commissioners' district, to the ef fect that they (the farmers) were in favor of electing a commis sioner frcm their own midst. The Advance didn say anything about it and the Progress was "crowded for space." The farm ers will have a hard time ruling the first district, with Beach in it —but here's hoping.—Sentinel Butte Republican. W, notice in the Beach pa pers that Geo. McClellan is again a candidate for representative from this district. Geo. was a candidate two years ago and had his announcement published in the Advance for which we have not yet received our pay. It ap pears that it would be better for hilm to pay up for the last cam paign before starting a new one. —Gascoyne Advance. The city of Beach has at last secured assurance from President Hannaford of the Northern Paci fic, that his company will con struct a branch railroad south some 25 miles, the present sea son, the only condition being that the citizens of Beach and Golden Valley secure the necessary right of way and donate depot pround. This puts at an end the wild elec tric road talk for the country south of Beach. There is a dif ference of opinion as to the effect a branch road will have cn the town. The farmers certainly need the proposed added rail road facilities.—Dickinson Press. .. NOTICE OF CONTEST. Department of the Interior, United States Land Of*xe, Dickinson. North Drkota, June 18, 1914 To John H. Goad of Carnr.g'on, N. D., Contes tee: You are hereby notified that Betsy Olson, who gives Trotters, N. Dak.. as her post office address, did on June 13th. 1914, file in this office her duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your homestead. Entry No Serial No. 011596, n.'ade June 18th. 1910, for Southeast quarter Section Six, Township 144, Range 105 W., Fifth Meridian, and as grounds for her contest she alleges that John H. Goad absolutely failed to enter upon, oc cupy or to improve same in any way, there being no buildings' or cultiva tion upon said land. You are, therefore, further notified that the said allegations will be taken by this office as having been confess ed by you, and your said entry ill be cancelled thereunder without fur ther ri :ht to be heard therein, before this office or on appeal, if vou tail to file in this office within tw .ly f'ays nftfr the fourth publication or this notsce, ns ihown below, v answer, under oath, specifically nv. :t* in* r.nd responding to these al!rra tions of contest, or if you f. i! with» !h^t t::ne to h!« in thi3 of:i -e !:.?• r'*of that you hnvi served vcur answer on th- said •Mther in person cr by registrrrd iL !f this servire^is made by the i.-L'-erv of a copy of your nr.r.-.-cr *o testa rt c.) T?on, proof of see rnitrft h'i eitVer thf scmcI rrjp* r.nt'p written ackn hii v. 'edi/emcr* receipt the ccpv, i'ho-'-'ini:' 'he r-?-2 of ifs receipt, or tKe an'^a* .t cf th- pf.v--on by hem tb.n de!--y m?/!e statin? \vh.*n ard w'- -re cop" is d«r:ive'-- »r I ice er*d ma:!, nroof of ?nch serv'ce nv::t the affidavit of bv whom tne ccpv v-ws maP^d *.vhen ard the nc«t otTice tr. which waji inn^ed, and t!vs a^fidav-'* miff b» accompanied bv the postnV fter's re the letter. You must state in your the name of the post office to which you det'ire future notices to be sent to you. F. G. QUIVLIVAN, Pester. Daf#» rf first publication June 19, 1914. Date of second publication tune 26, 1914. Dat* of third publication July 3» 1914. Dat# of fourth publication July I0f 1914.