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FRIDAY, JUNE 26,1914 ¥»ME| ILL -TMCfc: "TOl-5 ONE" 1 7 For Rent—House furnished or unfurnished. G. W. Kinney, Beach. 30tf. F®r Sale—At half price, one second hand threshing and plow outfit, almost new. Address Box 64, Beach, N. Dak. tf STOCKST1LL and SCHUETT POST- office at Wibaux, Dawson Co. Montana CHRONICLE WANTS A Want Ad—If Not Why Not— Four room house to rent on north side. W. J. Patrick. For Rent—House on south side good location, close in. In quire of Chronicle office. For Rent—Six room house, I cheap, north side. Call C. W. Finkle, telephone 114. For Sale—1 wagon, 1 bind er, two mowers Inquire of C. J. Raw. 31 tf IHSHI Range Glendive ^^^1 Creek Brand on i.eit 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 $1,000 down takes the plant, balance on very easy terms. Do ing business of $400 to $500 month. Belfield is a good live town with large territory. For par ticulars call at Chronicle office ox address 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. A reward will be paid for her return or information to her re covery. 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 old and one bay gelding colt. Owner can have same by paying for this notice and my trouble. Hubert Barthel, Bur I 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 Shorthcrn bull, weight about 1, 600, and one 2 year old Short horn 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 ever 1,200. Call on or ad dress. Ed. Summers, Beach, N. D. Phone, Hickory 17. 31-33 Legal Publications NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Dickinson, North Da kota, May 20th, 1914. Notice is 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 E'/2SW'/i E/z NWJ4 and Lots No. One (1), -.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 ^T^FF^O MSHT 1 CMr ^fcEU ftfijVTfl/VG- CW Me f?C0F 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 tyi-un House tor Rent—Six rooms. Inquire of Goodridge-Call Lum ber Co. tf Furnished rooms for rent with bath and sitting rocm privileges. Inquire of Mrs. A. H. Lytle. 31-33 For Rent—A flat of seven pleasant rooms, conveniently lo cated. Call at this office or tele phone 46L. 31-33 For Rent—Small barn with large double stall, half block from postoffice. Inquire at the Chronicle office. Carpets and rugs for sale also weave any color or design desired. Second house south of ice house. p28-37 For Sale—Medium size safe, good new can be seen in postoffice jobby will sell for $40 less than or iginal price. Inquire at Chronicle of See.—tf. For Sale or Trade—960 acres in Oregon for sale or will trade for land in the Golden Valley. Call on or write D. L. Peterson. Beach. Section 35-106-138. 30-33 ESTRAYED—From my ranch near Hodges, Mont., last November, one brown yearling colt with white strip in face branded on right shoulder and two R's on left shoulder. Notify Rube Clark, Hodges, Mont., and re •five 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 Szudera, Phone Elder 11* tf NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 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 also with A. V. Williams of St. Paul Building Exchange, St. Paul, Minn. A certified check for 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 31-36 No. 3. 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 SEJ/£ 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 Beach, N. D., on the 27th day of June, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Jene Leighton, Fred Kreier, Rudolph Kreier, Oliver Maddison, all of Wibaux, Mon tana. J. G. QUINLIVAN, Regitter. 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 SE4 and SW'/£ 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 Geo. Christensen, Clerk 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. Beach, Golden Valley County, North Dakota at the hour of 2:00 o'clock P, M. on the first day of July 1914, to aatisfy the amount due upon *uch mortgage on the day of sale. The premise* described in *uch mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are described as follow*. The west half of the Northeast quarter and the west hall of the southeast quarter of section twenty-two in townahip one hundred forty-two, north, of range one hundred foqr, west of the 5 th P. M. and the we*t half of the northeaat quarter and the north ]talf of the northwest quarter of section fourteen, in township one hundred forty-two, north of range one hundred four west of the 5th P. M. There, will be due og the said date of sale upon such mortgage the sum of One Thousand two hundred thirty-five dollars and thirty cents ($1235.30) together with •tatutory attorney fees and cotta of Mile. IF TtlETOMC-S MKT ITCIOED IbDSm TflEf/ J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE IN\ "BOOB "WJVSS (Vi-L FORE- CLOSURE. SALE. ^*ice is hereby given, that (hat certain real estate mortgage, made, executed and delivered by Thomas R. Harman and Willie A. Harman (his wife) George W. Harman and Emily Harman (his wife) as mortgagor* to F. C. Rising as mortgagee, which said mortgage was dated October 18, 1912 and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds 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 Book 16 of Mortgages at page 414 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 I6th day of Novem ber, 1912 which said assignment was thereafter duly filed of record in the office of the Register of Deed* for Golden Valley County, North Dakota, (Said county being segregated from Billing* 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 1:45 P. M. of said day and recorded in Book "I" of Mortgage* at page 72 thereof, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premiae* in *uch mortgage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the court houae, in the city of B. T. PIESIK, Assignee of Mortgagee R. M. Andrews, Attorney for Aisig-ee of Mortgagee, Peach, N. D. 27-32 NOTICE OF CONTEST. Department of the Interior, United States Land Ofi'ce, Dickinson. North Drkota, June 16, 1914 To John H. Goad of Carririg^on, N. D., Conte* tee: You are hereby notified that Betsy Olson, who pives Trotters, N. Dak., as her post office address, jn June 13th. 1914, file in this office jcr duly corroborated application •test and secure the cancellation or your homestead. Entry No erial No. 011596, rr.'-ide June 18th i9IO, 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 t^ken by this office as having been confess ed by you, and your said entry will bt cancelled thereunder without fur. ther right to be heard therein, eith»r before this office or on appeal, if yo: rail to file in this office within twe:ily I a a at on this notice, as s'hown below, -.i!,«rer, your under oath, soscificaiiy mull ing and responding to these allega tions of contest, cr if you fail wit' in 'h=t time to file in this office j: roof that you have served a -onv vur answer on the said either in pert'on or by registered i'. If this service is made by the dsll-crv of a copy of your answer to t^e c-- restart in nerson. proof of filch ser ies must be either the said ccn .• ant's written acknowledeenert cf K:'" receipt of the copy, showing th? oi'e of its r^ceint. cr affidavit cf the oerson bv whom the de!iv»rv wiv j! made statiror wh»n and whe-" th copv wa« delivered: if made bv resist ered mailI. nroof of such service must •iOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE weu-( You must state in your answer the name of the post office to which you derire future notices to be sent to you. A Gentle Rebuke. lie—You refuse me and give me no reason! You are cruel! She—No, professor, only kind.—Cin cinnati Commercial-Tribune. cua65 J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register. Date of first 'publication June 19, 1914. Date of second publication June 26, 1914. Date of third publication July 3, 1914. Date of fourth publication July 10. 1914. Mrs. BuuUer—Home is where moth er is. Mr. Bunker—Oh, no home is where the mortgage is. Ma's out with the car.—Chicago News. Her Real Reason. 4 "I wish, dear, that you'd settle my last' year's millinery bill." "Your conscience troubles you. eh?" "Oh, no, but 1 need two more lints right away."—St. Louis Globe-Demo crat. "I'm surprised at these efforts to bar diaphanous gowns. Wlmt ails these finicky mayors anyway?" "Oh. it's a clear case of gauze and effect."—I'Windi'lr.liin Press. BIG SURPRISE TO MANY IN THIS TOWN Local people are surprised at the QUICK results received from simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka, the German rem edy which became famous by curing appendicitis. This simple remedy draws off such a suprising amount of old foul matter from the body that A SIXGLE DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas on t^e stomach and constipation INSTANTLY. It is tlie best remedy •ve have ever sold. r, consist or the affidavit of bv whom the copy was mailed •"'••ni'1 tion, LiUarant-eel. when and the post office to which it BEACH N. Dak, O. Stensurd. Druttjtint.—Adv. To "We 1 AUCTIONEER Ut Your Sales, old rtW1 *5CWE •VlEAD »EW5- *H*Tf //as mailed, and this affidavit must be Accompanied by the posirr.'aster's re ceipt for the letter. SAVAGE OCCIDENTALS. Two Old Time Chinese Views of Another interesting paragraph is from the pen of a Chinaman who had just returned from a tour of Europe and North America. He wrote to a relative as follows: "You cannot civilize these for eign deviis. They are beyond re deit11 tion. They will live for weeks and months without touching a mouthful of vice, but they eat the flesh of i'.i!locks Animaf Life. The whale leads all animals in point of longevity, his age being placed conservatively at 800 to 1,000 years. The tortoise comes next, with an age limit extending from 400 to 200 years. The elephant, the camel, the eagle and the crocodile are each credited with 100 years and upward. The carp i6 an elusive creature, its age having been figured at from seventy-five to 150 years. Tigers, leopards, jaguars and hyenas live some twenty-five years in con finement and probably much longer in the wilderness. Swans, parrots and ravens live 200 years, pelicans forty to fifty years, hawks thirty to forty, geese eighty years, monkeys and baboons sixteen to eighteen, squirrels and rabbits seven years, queen bees four years, working bees six months and drones four months. A Dream Warning. A strange story comes from Ca labria. One Braccala, a resident of Pizzo, had a dream in which lie saw his son, twenty years of age, being attacked by two men, who were stabbing him v.ith knives. Braccala awoke and. arousing his wife, told her what lie had seen. She tried to calm him. but while they were still discussing sjjkJ WHAT SWt'Lt? SiK Satisfac- What can a friendless minstrel send But the prayer that when days drag drear and ion.,' Your heart will sins snatches of sweetest sen, And that every flake of the Tuletlde's snow May speak of the dreams of the long ago? What shall 1 send you for Christmas, my own What can a lonely bardllng si-nd But the ivi.»h that when life- grows dark arid ciiM The row oi .summer may bloom for you s*ti:i Ami In mnmls when the fond old dreams still i-lhiK to you That the birds may return, my sweet, and sing lo you? "PeTTfet? MNCE. IT ^WcW MOM the White Man's Civilization. In his book, "'The Chinese devo lution," Arthur J. Brown reprints a paragraph written ma.iy years ajro by a Chinamaii who IimI suen nnurli of Europeans and Nonii A:i"riuans at Shanghai. "We-are always fold that the countries of t!ie forei:. devils are grand and rich." the hinese ob served, "but that oan-.i.tt lie true, else what do they all eome here for? "They jump around and kick balls as if they were p:.:d to do it. Again you llnd them making long tramps into the country. But that is probably a religious duty, for they wave sticks in tiie air nobody knows why. They have no sense of dignity, i'or they may be found walking with women. Yet the wo men are to be pitied too. On fes tive occasions they are dragged around a room to the accompani ment of the most hellish music." «nd sheep in enor mous quantities. That is why they smell so badly. They smeil like sheep themselves. Every day they take a bath to rid themselves of their disagreeable odors, but they do not succeed. Nor do they eat their meat cooked in small pieces. It is carried into the room in large chunks, often half raw, and they cut and slash and tear it apart. They ent with knives and prongs. It makes a civilized being perfectly nervous. One fancies himself in the presence of sword swallowers. They even sit down at the same table with women, and the latter are served first, reversing the order of nature." Nopae TME ftoMO^ Bu&Hoose- JOSEPH DENOYER Lawyer I 3ractice in ail courts and U. S. Land Ofhcc. Ripley ''lock Beach, North Dakota 1 .tract, of title examied. Real as- R. M. ANDREWS Lawyer Practice in State and Federal Court* and U. S. Land Office. U. S. Commissioner. Beach, N. D. Wckinsor., North Dakota R. E. WALKER Funeral Director and Em balmer At Overstad Ac Hoversoa'* 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, %ave, Face Massage or aaytaing in the barber Una. C. H. Letson, Propr., Beach Office Pbone 162 Ret. Phone 22L F. H. WEIRICK, D. C. Chiropractor DiSSrSL. Beach, N. D. CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND BRAND c° IJ* LADIES Afk your Uruftctat for Gold timk tlirt matter a noise was hoard in front of the house, and. hastening down. Mine. Braccala opened the door just in time to catcli her son in her arms as he "Tell swooning to the ground., -Tie had been attacked i. .. stabbed and died shortly afterward. A GIFT. shall 1 Bend you for Clii'i.stmaS, dear? What can a penniless rlinei'ter send But the wish that when skies are lil!L-il with Kloom For you blithe April buds may bloom And that uvery throb of the heart of you May \vhi.«per of days when the skies were blue? What shall I send you for Christmas. CIII-CHES-TER DIAMOND liliAND PILLS in S A Kkd nnd/j\ metallic boxes, scaled with Blue\W/ Ribbon. Takb no otueh. Buy oF jonrW Dnechi and auk for CIII.CHEB.TCR 8 IMAMOXM Bit AND PII.LS, for twenty-fi»o years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable, iSOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS PVPRYU/UPRP tkiejj worth cvcni nncnc Tusxea Hougen Tailor Shop Hougen Tailor Shop 1 First class tailoring in all its 1 branches—Cleaning, Pressing and repairing done on shoit notice. All work guaranteed satisfactory in ever particular. i. .. 1 First class tailoring in all its 1 branches—Cleaning, Pressing and repairing done on shoit notice. All work guaranteed satisfactory in ever particular. Reasonable charges. 1 Reasonable charges. 1 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 Things WeNever See rrfisTCHW?G-E Astotisr THE Pf?\3ortE|2 IS vy\fB-0eAT7A/c? PROFESSIONAL CARDS J. A. MILLER A. B. MacNAB Attorney and Counselor at Physician and Surgeon Law I Office over Golden Valley Stat* Will take case* in all court*. Ab- 1 1 WOOD AND SLABS Bunineis and Residence Lota for Sale Rooms for Rent. Office Opposite H. B. MUSEUS Physician and Surgaan Office over Golden Valley State Bank Beach, North Dakota -j ........••.•a A. SIMPSON Lawyer CITY ATTORNEY nas Ke,,de"C0 p£one tate law a specialty. BrnfhM 4.W Beach, N. D. I Beach» N* Dtk' DR. R. W. STOUGH Physician and Surgeon Office on South Blanche Street Beach, N. Dak. L. a SMITH L. a SMITH Physician and Surgeon Physician and Surgeon Beach, N. Dak. Beach, N. Dak. O. R. NIECE O. R. NIECE Dentist Dentist Over Bartley Bile., Beach, N. D. Over Bartley Bile., Beach, N. D. G. M. FOSTER Dentist Office* Firat Floor Noble Bldg. South Blanch St. Telephone I00L Beach. N. 0. DR. E. SUTTER A*ai*tant State Veterinary ... Office ... la Ulfcr'* It Morrow's Feed Bar* 1 PboaelSM Re.., 15S TAKEN UP. Caime to my place on the 26th day of May, 1 bay gelding, branded S over on left should er, weight about 950 1 bay mare, branded over on left shoulder, weight 1050 1 I. A. 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 MORRIS Auctioneer An old-t rner at the busi ness and rh* :.nan who results. Aif.lrcjij or 'phone Carlyle, L. Bartley's Store. H. Mont. MOORE General Auctioneer Address or Phone MED0RA, N. DAK. References: Interstate Bank of Sentinel Butte.