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FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914
Notice to Engine Users Motor Gasoline 15.1 Engine Gasoline 17.6 Imperial Gasoline 20. Sunburst Kerosene 11.8 HUGHES OIL CO. SNAP WILLS Wheather you live in the city or country, make your headquarters for Meats and Groceries AT KECKLERS Where you can get the most of the best for the least. City delivery at your service. WE ALWAYS HAVE Plenty Money CYLINDERS Gas or Steam Rebored or ground PISTONS on hand for real estate loans. If you want a loan you will do well to see us as we are the oldest and best established loan agency in this territory. We will give any prepayment privileges. WE WRITE ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE. PIESIK LAND & LOAN CO. B. T. PIESIK, Manager Job Printing promptly and neatly turned out at the Chronicle printing office Machine Shop said GARAGE Made to order any kind RINGS All sizes BRASS FOUNDARY Aluminum and Bras: Castings Wiiies Bros. LIVERY, FEED & r* IsimV ri iSALI^ dlADLtt Special attention given to the farmer trade. Man aHvays at barn. Opposite Farmers' Elevator VETERINARY IN CONNECTION Bay trotting and pacing, reg istered stallion, will stand at Beach for season. Those wish ing services, call at Golden Valley Blacksmith Shop. Paul Sloss I GEARS Spur or Bevel cut to oider by CyiAodial System BUSHINGS Bronze or Babbitt PATTERNS Wood or Metal AUTO REPAIRING Tires, Sundries, Storage BLACKSMITHING George M. Stockwell Co. Give as a trial. Blanche Street Beach, N. D. A Wartt Ad—If Not Why Not— House for Rent, 4 rooms north side. W. J. Patrick. A For Sale-.—Cheap, second hand pump and engine jack and ten barrel tank. C. H. Letson tf For Rent—Six room house, .heap, north side. Call C. W. Pinkie, telephone 114. For Sale—1 wagon, 1 plarik er, two mowers Inquire ot C. J. Ra-.v. 3 1 tf °r Sale—At half price, one second hand threshing and plow outfit, almost s\v.Vj. Address Box 64, Beach, N. Dak. tf I CHRONICLE WANTS OR For jSale—Four good relin quishments in the Circle country. Roddle Bros. For Rent—House on south side good location, close in. In quire of Chronicle office. iTOCKSTILL and SCHUETT POST- jlendive Jawson iVlontsna Brand Uii 1—C* Ribs. FOR SALE OR RENT. We will rent for hay and graz ing purposes, sections 7-25-31 T. 143, R. 104 also offer these for sale or reasonable terms. They will make desirable grazing land. W. R. Everett, Dickinson, N. D. tf 'BELFIELD TIMES" FOR SALE $i,000 down takes the plant lal&nce on very easy terms. Do ng business of $400 to $500 no nth. Belfield is a good live own with large territory. For par iculars call at Chronicle office oi id dress Times. Belfield N. Dak ESTRAYED. Estrayed from my place about three weeks ago a two year old heifer branded O over O on right side last seen at Sprague's ranch anyone knowing of its whereabouts please notify O. M. Olson. Taken Up —Came to my place on June 2, 1914, one brown mare 2 years old, white star in face, and on June 7, one black mare, 2 years eld and one bay gelding colt. Owner can have same by paying for this notice and my trouble. Hubert Barthel, Bur key, N. Dak, 30-33 Estrayed—From my farm 12 miles north of Beach, May 20, one iron gray mare, two years old, weight about 1000 pounds one horse colt, black, marked white on hind feet, one year old, weight about 600 pounds, un branded. Notify Roy McCaskey and receive reward. 29tf For Sale—One three year old Shorthorn bull, weight about 1, 600, and one 2 year old Short 10m bull, weight about 1,200. either of these animals are fine individuals and price will be right, if taken at once. Also have cattle that I will trade for a young team of horses. Must weigh over 1,200, Call on or ad dress. Ed. Summers, Beach, N- D. Phone, Hickory 17. 31 -33 31-36 Legal Publications NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Dickinson, North Da kota, May 20th, 1914. Notice it here by given that Albert A. Meyer, of Beach, North Dakota, who on Nov. 10. 1910, and Dec. 8th., 1913, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 012354 and Serial No. 021091. for EJ/2SW!4 El/z NW'/j and Lots No. One (I). Two (2), Three (3) and Four (4), Section 18. Township 142 N.. range 105 West 5th. Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make fin al three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before George Christensen, Clerk of District Court, at Beach, North Dakota, on the 2nd., day of July, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Otto R. Krull, Roy McCoskey, John Nolan, Ole Sathrum, all of Beach, North Da kota. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Dickinson, N. D., May 13, 1914. Notice is hereby given that Vick L. Ganieany, of Wibaux, Mon tana, who on June 8, 1911, made H. E. Serial No. 017188, for Lots 4, 5, and 6 and SE'/i NWJ4, Section 6, Township 143 N., Range 105 W., 5th Principal Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof to establish claim to the land above described, before Geo. Chris tensen. Clerk of the District Court, at 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Jene Leighton, Fred Kreier, Rudolph Kreier, Oliver Maddison, all of Wibaux, Mon tana. J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Dickinson, N. D., May 18, 1914. Notice is hereby given that Benjamin J. Woolworth, of Beach, North Dakota, who on September 7, 1910 and February 26, 1914, made H. E. Serial 012064 and 021438, for SEJ4 and SW14, Section 22, Town ship 142 N., Range 105 W., 5th Principal Meridian, has filed notice to establish claim to the land above de scibed, before Ceo. Christensent Clerk oOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE Four room house to rent on north, side. W. J. Patrick. Two good second hand Fords for sale reasonable. C. J. Raw.-tf Pasture For Rent—Fenced good grass and water.—E. Rei chenecker, Beach, N. Dak. tf For Rent—House furnished or unfurnished. G. W. Kinney, Beach. 30tf. House for Rerv—Six rooms. Inquire of Goodriuge-Call Lum ber Co. tf Furnished room bath and sitting Inquire ot Mrs. A For Rent—A pleasant rooms, Cc'.ted. Call at th phone 4t"'L. For Ren'—Sin. double stall. irom postoftice. Chronicle office. Co. Carpets and Range Creek lor rent wiih in privileges. i. Lyt.e. 31-3': of seven veniently !o :I ice or telo 31-33 barn v.'i:h half block inquire at the for sale inr or design also weave any desired. Second .ouse south of ice house. p28-37 For Sale—Mediur ize safe, gocid .is new can be se in postoific?. citaby will ssll for less than or dinal price. Inquire ,u Chronicle of ice.—tf. For Sale or Trr.Jc—960 acres in Oregon for sai or will trade for land in the Golden Valley. Call on or write I L. Peterson. Beach. Section 35-1 06-1 38 30-33 £.STRAYED—Frm.i my ranch near '"lodges, Mont., last November, one 'irown yearling colt with white strip face branded lipht shoulder *nd two R's on left shoulder. Notify Rube Clark, Hodges, Mont., and re vive reward.—adv-tf. Estrayed—From my place May 16, 1914, southeast of Beach, four head of horses, de scribed as follows: One bay geld ing weight about 1400, eight years old one yearling chestnut colored mare one two-year old mare colt, bay one bay stallion three years old. A suit able reward will be given for in formation leading to the recovery of these horses, or $40 reward will be paid for their delivery to owner on section 32, 140-105, southeast of Beach. William S a on E II NOTICE TO CONTP ACTPP* Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Board of Education of Beach School District No. 3, up to the hour of 6 o'clock p. m- on Mon day, July 14, 1914, for the erec tion of a new brick school build ing in this city, plans and speci fications for which are on file in the office of the clerk, and alsc with A. V. Willhms of ?t. Paul Building Exchange, St. Paul, Minn. A certified check fcr five per cent of bid must accompany each bid as a guarantee of fulfill ment of contract. Checks of un successful bidders will be return ed. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. THEO. MAANUM, Clerk of Beach School District No. 3. of District Court, at Beach, North Da kota, on the 29th day of June, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Anton Doblar, L. A. Kirst, John Cunningham, Roy McCaskey, all of Beach, North Dakota. J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. thereof, and which said mortgage, was by an instrument in writing, duly as signed by the said F. C. Rising to B. T. Piesik on the 16th day of Novem ber, 1912 which said assignment was thereafter duly filed of record in the office of the Register of Deeds for Golden Valley County, North Dakota, (Said county being segregated from Billings County after the execution of said mortgage and before the assign ment of the same) on the 26th day of November, 1912 at the hour of I 45 of said day and recorded in p- Beach, N. D., on the 27th day of June,: Book M. J" of Mortgage* at page 72 thereof, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and WELCOME NEWS FOR LOCAL PEOPLE People In this town will be glad to hear that the mixture of simple buck thorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler-i-ka, can be obtained at our store. This simple remedy became famous by curing appendicitis and it has been found that JUST A SINGLE DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas on the stomach and constipation IN STANTLY because it drains off such a surprising amount of old foul mat ter from the body. O. Stensurd, Druggist.—Adv. hereinafter described, at the front door of the court house, in the city of Bcach, Golden Valley County, North Dakota at the hour of 2:00 o'clock P. M. on the first, day of July 1914, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The I premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the' same are described as follows. The, west half of the Northeast quarter and the west half of the southeast quarter of section twenty.two in township one hundred forty-two, north, of range one hundred four, west of the 5th P. M. and the west half of the northeast quarter and the north ,Kalf of the northwest quarter of section fourteen, in township one hundred forty-two, north of range one hundred four west |$-j r.f the 5th P. M. C't iiuuuicu iuut V» Col ivwyj There will be due ^9 of sale upon such &b]j l~l_ ti the said date ot mortgage the sum of One Thousand iv.-Q hundred thirty-five dollars and cen's $ 1 2 3 5 3 0 together with Mati'lcry altt rrv.-y feet and coils e.f1 nxsiamr* 5? B. T. PIESIK, Ijjj Assignee of Mortgagee R. i^l. And Attorney for Assi^'-ee of Mortgagee, L'each, N. D. 27-32 NOTICE. Veterans of the Spanish-j American war are invited to meet at the office of Clerk of Courts Christ enson, at the court bouse in the city of Beach, on Saturday, June 20th, at 2 o'clock sharp, for the purpose of per fecting a local 'organization. You are requested to advise all Span ish-American veterans of this meeting and all are urged to be present at that time. TAKEN UP. Ci'.ne to my place on the 26th •Jay of May, 1 bay gelding, branded S over on left should er, weight about 950 I bav mare, branded over on left shoulder, weight 1050 1 sorrel mare, branded over on left shoulder, weight 1200. Owner is requested to prove property, pay charges and take same away. C. A. Foster, four miles west of Burkey. 32-35p REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ELEC TION BALLOT. For Representative in Congress: P, D. NORTON. Of Congressman Norton the Crosby Review says: "He is an honest, efficient and worthy advocate of the interests of the people and will be renominated without any doubt." JtL CONGRESSMAN P. D. NORTON. Born in Michigan 1876. Came with parents to Ramsey county, Dakota Territory, in 1S83. Graduate of state university class 1897. Elected county superintendent schools, state's attor ney, secretary of state, member of con^rtss. A fanner boy who has grown up with the state and madq good. c'ice is hereby given, that ihat certain real estate mortgage, made, executed and delivered by Thomas R. Harman and Willie A. Harman (h« wife) George W. Harman and Emily Harman (his wife) as mortgagors to F. C. Rising as mortgagee, which said moijtgage was dated October 18, 1912 and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeda for Billings County, North Dakota on the 8th day of November, 1912 and at 2:30 o'clock P. M. of said day and recorded in years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable Book 16 of Mortgages at page 414|SjOLD CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND BRAND LADIES Cold Ribbon. TIME 7tt Ask 7°"r VruKgkt for DIAMOND Cni-CHES-TER Taeb Place is S "ERS a UkAXD PILLS in Red metallic boxes, scaled wilb NO otbeh. Bay oF Drugfflit find uk for CIII.CUEH.XCk 8 tev DIAMOND BIt AX 1 PILLS, for twenty-five fa BY_ALL DRUGGISTS FVERVWHERE SS5& B. T. PIESIK AUCTIONEER Let Me Cry Your Sales, Satisfac tion, Guaranteed. BEACH N. Dak. FLAX SEED FOR SALE AT Lloyd's Elevator JOSEPH DENOYER Lawyer 'ractice in all courts and bnf .r U. S. Land Oftict. Ripley ''lock Beach, North Dakota J. A. MILLER Attorney and Counselor at Law Will take cases in all courts. Ab stracts of title examied. Real es tate law a specialty. Beach, N. D. WISCONSIN CAFE Fixtures and Funeral Director and Em balmer At Overstad & Hoversoa's Night Call, 'Phone 70-M E. E. NOBLE General Insurance Agency Farm and City Property Fire, Tornado, Hail and Wind Storm Insurance Beach, North Dakota GO TO LETSON'S rONSORIAL PARLOR For a Good Hair Cut, Shampoo, Shave, Face Massage or anything in the barber line. C. H. Letson, Propr., Beach Office Phone 162 Res. Phone 22L F. H. WEIRICK, D. C. Chiropractor has been remodeled and new now in First Class Shape—Good Cooking and Good Service. F. J. E35ENE, Proprietor R. M. ANDREWS Lawyer Practice in State and Federal Courts and U. S. Land Office. U. S. Commissioner. Beach, N. D. PROFESSIONAL CARDS L. A. SIMPSON Lawyer CITY ATTORNEY )ickinsor., North Dakota Beach, N. Dak. R. E. WALKER Beach, N. D. Office over Dickinson Store Hougen Tailor Shop Hougen Tailor Shop First class tailoring in all its branches—Cleaning, Pressing and repairing done on short notice. All work guaranteed satisfactory in every particular. Reasonable charges. First class tailoring in all its branches—Cleaning, Pressing and repairing done on short notice. All work guaranteed satisfactory in every particular. Reasonable charges. 0. C. Hougan & Son 0. C. Hougan & Son BEACH. N. DAK. BEACH. N. DAK. E. D. LOGAN Dealer In Hard, Soft and Blacksmith O A CORD WOOD AND SLABS Business and Residence Lots for Sale Rooms for Rent. Office Opposite Bartley's Store. PupTB Seven iV if it i—" fo,. Booths installed. It H. B. MUSEUS Physician and Surg«*n Office over Golden Valley St«to Bank Beach, North Dakota 1 »n«l0 W«-»•»* 4 A. B. MacNAB Physician and Surgeon Office over Golden Valley State Bank Residence 'phone 80. Office 'phone 13 Beach, N. Dak. DR. R. W. STOUGH Physician and Surgeon Office on South Blanche Street Beach, N. Dak. L. G. SMITH Pbysictan and Surgeoa O. R. NIECE Dentist Over Bartley Blk., 3each, N. D. G. M. FOSTER Dentist Offices First Floor Noble Bldg. South Blanch St. Telephone 100L Beach, N. D. 4^ DR. E. SUTTER Assistant State Veterinary ...Office ... la Ulfsr's ft Morrow's Feed Bars Phone ISM Res., 155 I. A. MORRIS Auctioneer An old-timer at the busi gets ness and the man who results. Address or 'phone Carlyle, Mont. L. H. M00RE General Auctioneer Address or Phone MED0RA, N.DAK. References: Interstate Bank of Sentinel Butte.