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TmS elOB Sfl-iPfSH, "BeTTee N"i'TWE "TortNY Q-o-i* Wo Thi-5 IS CLATJTOH KHOMVS -rae Call on the CHRONICLE for first class JOB PPRINTING it Four room house to rent on north side. \V. J. Patrick. For Rent—House on south aide good location, close in. In quire of Chronicle office. For Rent—Two furnished rooms. Inquire of Mrs. Geo. Irv ing or phone 70K. 32tf Team, harness and wagon for sale cheap. Inquire of Welles Thompson Lbr. Co. 39-40 B. F. Roddle is in the market for fat cattle and hogs. Call phone 164 R. STOCKSTILL and SCHUETT POST- office at Wibaux, Dawson Co. Montana HR9HI Range Glendive Creek Brand on Left Rib*. FOR SALE OR Estrayed—From my place 7 miles southwest of Carlyle about April 1, 1914, four head of horses, decribed as follows: one light bay mare six years old, weight 1150, heavy with foal one yearling stud colt, light bay, wire cuit under jaw, branded on left shoulder one dark bay mare six years old, white strip in fore head, weight 1 100, branded FL and over half circle and one dark bay yearling stud colt, white hind leg, unbranded last seen three miles southeast of Carlyle, going north. Give information leading to recovery to Atty. C. L. Waldron, for which reward will be paid. tf A Want Ad—If Not Why Not— Farmers—If you want harvest help call up 1 32. 39tf Team, harness and wagon for sale cheap. Inquire of Welles Thompson Lbr. Co. 39-40 Don't be a fellow who never runs to anything but a fire. Nail the loose planks about your town and the loose lies. Legal Publications NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Dickinson, North Da kota, Aug. 3rd., 1914. Notice if hereby given that John H. Kaikman, who on Sept. 5th. 1911. made Home stead Entry, Serial No. 017535, for Lots No. Nine (9). Ten (10), Eleven (II) and Twelve (12). Section 4. Township I44N.. Range 105 West 5th. Principal Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before George Chrit'leneen, Clerk of District Court, at Beach, North Dakota, on the 12th. day of eptember, 1914. Claimant names as witnesses: Oscar Anderson, John I. LaWhead, Elrr.'ir R. Farnum, Christian Anderson, all of Trotters, North Dakota. J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register. SUMMONS. State of North Dakota, County of Golden Valley, ss In District Court. Tenth Judicial Dis trict. Hattie Erickson, Plaintiff vs. John Erickson, Defendant. The State of North Dakota to the above named defendant: You are hereby summoned to an swer the complaint of the plaintiff, which has been filed with the clerk of the above named court at his office at the city of Beach, in Golden Valley county. State of North Dakota, on July 20th. A. D. 1914, and to serve a copy of your answer to the caid com plaint on the subscriber at his office at said City of Beach, within thirty days after the service of this sum mons upon you exclusive of the day of service and in case of your failure to appear or answer judgment will be «om \EK«f ^Itkvs voft 6AM.1 MVTT CHRONICLE WANTS For FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, IM4 JOLDEN VALLEY CHRONIC'* E W O rE To®etWEl2 »T% C.lf?CU£ —Yt^O —1 V40 "BfcMJEV -H** «-MU ^ffAoof? vrx,M^ ^6Trte For Rent—Small barn with large double stall, half block from postoffice. Inquire at the Chronicle office. For Sale or Rent—The Square Deal Restaurant and bakery in Beach. Phone Maple 71, or ad dress E. Brown, Sentinel Butte. 37tf. For Sale—1 hay rake, 1 mow er, 4 wagons, 2 hay rakes, 1 building 7x14, 1 light harness and some young horses. Inquire of C. J. Raw, Beach. 37tf For RENT. We will rent for hay and graz ing purposes, sections 7-25-31 T. 143, R. 104 also offer these lor 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 ng business of $400 to $500 a nonth. Belfield is a good live own with large territory. For par iculars call at Chronicle office or address Times. Belfield N. Dak 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 taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated at Beach, N. D., July 20th, (A. D. 1914. JOSEPH DENOYZR, Plaintiff's Attorney. P. O. Address, Residence and Office at Beach. K. L. 38-43 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the school board of Bull Run dis trict No. 7, up to Monday, Au gust 17, 1914, for the erection of a new school building 20x30 cn the southwest corner of the southeast quarter of section 8. Plans and specifications are on file in the clerk's office. A certi fied check for five per cent of bid must accompany each bid as a guarantee of fulfillment of contract. Checks of unsuccessful bidders wil be returned The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Mrs. M. K. Bowen, Clerk Ollie Montana. Notrce to Contractors Sealed bids will be received up until Saturday at noon, August 29, 1914 for moving the school house on section 1, twp. 136, R. 106, in Bull Run school district No. 7, Golden Valley County, North Dakota, to nw corner of sw'4 of section 1 3 all of Bull Run school district No. 7, Golden Val ley County, No. Dak. Particul ars of same are on file with clerk. »"5 ONE OttTWESE- Cdmica*- Sfe"Tc:HE.S Sa!e—Kitchen cabinet at a bargain good as new. Mrs- J* M. Baer. tf Pasture For Rent—Fenced good grass and water.—E. Rei chenecker, Beach, N. Dak. tf Sal^—Medium *ize safe, good ts new can be seen in postoffice obby will sell for $40 less than or ginal price. Inquire at Chronicle of fice.—tf. Farm for Sale—Quarter sec tion of well improved land. Has good house and is fenced and cross-fenced. Section 28-139 104. Inquire at this office. 3642 Mrs. M. K. Bowen. 38-42 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 SINGLE DOSE relieves sour stomach, pas on the stomach and constipation INSTANTLY. It is the best remedy •ire have ever sold. O. Stensurd, Druggist.—Adv. HENRY PECK'S COUSIN SALLY .... By Gross Tw COOUONT "QBE l\ JOKE \MlTM IfeuE SCOPE *jQe ©OCNC "FcbtA NHlC.H SlMPlSrt (•«=, -SUPPOSED To SET Hl*b HOM©e B. T. PIESIK AUCTIONEER Let Me Cry Your Sales, Satisfac tion, Guaranteed. BEACH N. Dak. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Dickinson, North Da kota, July 20th, 1914. Notice is here by given that Karl P. Hetzler, of Skaar, North Dakota, who on March 27th. 1911 and Nov. 18, 1913, made Homestead Entry Serial No. 016761 and No. 020929, for El/2NE4, E!/z SE'/4 and I_ots Not. One (I), Two (2) and Three (3), Section 10, Township I45N., Range 105 \v'e-t 5th. Principal Meridian, has filed no tice of intention to make Final Thr Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before H. L. Halliday, United States Commit'-ioner at Beach, North Dakota, on the 19th. day of September, 1914. Claimant nanr.'JS as witnesses: Olaus C. Lund, Emil A. Wadtkey, Thore Folkvord, Ben Brunsvold, ail of Skaar, North Dakota. J. G. QUINLIVAN', Register. Crockford's Wife By SADIE OLCOTT One day a man named Crock ford went to his bank, drew $500 nuil was about to go out when he stopped and said to the paying teller: "Look right over uiy shoulder. You see that young Italian looking fellow with a striped waistco .t and felt ha! with a fancy bandV Well, when 1 gol through counting i!ie money you paid me I turned suddenly and caught the fellow looking :«t the bills with a cov etous expression on his face. You know that there are a lot of robberies committed by persons seeing some one draw money from a bank." "Why don't you call a policeman to see you home wherever you are going?" "Hecause I don't believe I shall die till my time comes, and when it does nothing can save me." The disappearance of Stephen Crock ford was one of the great mysteries of the close of the nineteenth century. The police had a very strong clew, but were unable to follow it. A bank clerk gave them the incident that has been told above, and they did not doubt that the Italian li::d murdered Crockford. but when or where ot what had been dune with the body they failed to discover. The only otli er clew in the matter was furnished by Mrs. Crockford. Her husband when coming home from the city often made a short cut over a path through a wood. She searched the woe id and in a part so thick that few ever went into it she found the remains of a tire, and some wood c-onled near had visi bly diminished. In the ashes she found some bits of bone and burned flesh. She picked up also an unburn ed piece of a man's cuff. This she took to a laundry where her husband was used to having his collars and cuffs laundered, and the mark on it was identified as having been put on a cuff belonging to the missing man. This, indicating that the body had been burned In the thicket, ended the infor mation concerning the disposition of Mr. Crockford's body. The police, get ting no further clew, gave up the case. Crockford was financial man for Englehart & Co., importers of Japa nese goods. Mrs. Crockford after her husband's disappearance went to the head of the firm and asked for a posi tion by which she might support her self. She was taken into his private office, where she was in unned that a sum was missing from tin- film's wish and her husband was suspected of hav ing taken it. He had ln «n seen a day or two before his disappearance in company with a blond wmium not his wife. Mr. Englehart believed that Crockford was not dead, but had tied with the blond woman. On hearing this recital Mrs. Crock ford fell on the floor 1 S'lortly before Crockford disappear ed he told his wife that Ilardwick was a defaulter, but had trapped hlin (Crockford! into a position wherein there was excellent evidence that he was the thief. lie was every day ex pecting arrest. tfirs. Crockford arranged for her hus band's disappearance. She'dined with him at a public iv»« .rant made up with a blond wig an enameled com plexion. She was the Italian who had watched him tlie bank. She had taken the wood that had disappeared and burned most of It in her fireplace. With the re.st she burned some pieces of meat an 1 bone. The cuff she had partly lemied and rubln-d the remain der in ashes. Her fainting when in formed of her husband's villainy and infidelity was feigned. She had asked for a position with a view to destroy ing the evidence Ilardwick had ooked up against her husband and getting evidence in turn arainsf Ilardwick. The lady who had executed this deli cate work was presented with a hand some sum by the firm, and her hus band was put back In his position. The police, who had been beaten in their own detective field by a- woman, were incredulous of explanation they received. As to llie courts, in which Croclvford would have been con victed if tried -courts do not feel. WANDERING ISLANDS. Those of the Rio Grande Made Trouble for Us With Mexico. The wandering islands of the Itio Grange In their migrations from side to side of tile water coarse have caused years of diplomatic eonv puidence and dis'-assiuu between the United States ai'd Mexico. The refusal of certain small bofl'V's of land to remain perma nently attached to one or the other of the river's banks deprived them of a fixed legal status as either Mexican or American territory and brought about their participation in many illegal ad ventures. which in turn led to misun derstandings between the two coun tries. In no river Is spirit more evident than in the Ilio Grande. Along its sinuous route below Itio Grande City it pushes its way through miles of level sand in its final reach for the gulf, twisting and doubling upon itself like a sea serpent In 1 4S it was fix ed upon as the boundary line between the United States and Mexico. The boundary was to be the "middle of the river, following the deepest channel." Hut the river possessed characteristics that had not impressed themselves upon the framers of the convention as possible causes of friction between the people living along its banks. In ad dition to Its eroding power, exercised through long months of low and mean water, it could. during Hood periods leap with torrential force across a narrow neck of land at the base of one of its long loops nnd cut for itself a new channel. Through such avulsive action of the river Texas soil would sometimes become Mexican, and on oc casions a plantation occupied by jacals and Mexican citizens would overnight find itself a part of Texas. An example will serve to show both the extraordinary actions of the river and the difficulties In the way of any satisfactory adjustment of conflicting Interests. A certain Josiah Turner be gan to farm the Galveston ranch, on the Texas bank. Eight years later be a WO WOOuO MfcE \QcT\C. EXPUOf?EK FEE*- AT i:i great was the sympathy •HO\e To COME fctTv/EEH The^ a faint. So of Mr. Enule- liart that he agreed to employ her on the books, she having some knowledge of bookkeeping. She be ame the as sistant of John IlardwiiU, who had been her husband's assistant. Since the latter's disappearance llardwiik had been promoted to be the financial man of the firm. A year passed, during which nothing was heard of Crockford. Mrs. Crock ford was complained of by I lard wick for Inefficiency several tunes and at last notified the firm that she ust leave or he would do so himself. She was informed of the fact and told tint since Ilardwick was an excellent ac countant and willing to w:rk for a mere tithe of what he was Ui they had decided that she inn-t go. She asked to be kept till the ml of the month, and her request was granted. One evening Mrs. Crockford tele phoned Mr. Englehart Ciat ilardwick was a defaulter and almat to take to flight. She begged that I lard wick be arrested or kept in sight. Knglchart discredited the it. 'filiation, but put a watch on Ilardwick. The next nnu'Ming who should ap pear at ITnglchart & Co.'s ollieo but Mr. and Mrs. Crockford. THEM BOTH N*NE was surprised wl eti 221 acres of Mexi can land came across the river and at tached itself to his ranch. An arrange ment was effected by which he became the owner of this land. Six years later the river cut off a piece of Mr. Tur ner's land and took it to Mexico. Twen ty-one years later the river made up Its mind to repay the farmer for what it had taken from him and so carried back into Texas a piece of land far larger than the tract originally lost. The Mexican owners claimed posses sion. and a new convention dealing with the iuestions under dispute be came necessary. Brigadier General Anson Mills. U. S. A., appointed to represent the I'nited Sta'.es recommended that the "VutotTs" be fo.ever eliminated from the bound ary line, all those occurring on the right of the river to pass to the juris diction of Mexico, those on the left to that of Texas. The inhabitants, if any, should retain their citizenship In the country from which they Ivi I been so suddenly and violently d. Lachetl. or they might acquire the nationality of the country to which they were now attached. Any cuto'T exceeding 0T0 acres in area and having a population of over 200 souls w. not to be consid ered a banco, ai:d the old tied of the river should remain the boundary. A convention embodying his recommenda tions was finally ratified by both coun tries. Thus the great turbid, silt bear ing river Is left to pursue its way un trammelcd. but the terrors so long syn onymous T!iey begged to be admitted to the private room of tl.e head of the firm. ai:d there the.v tot in on his brain a llood of informa tion. with its name have through the .•••••ration this equable arrange ment lie. oiiH* a part of the storied, ro ll: utlc past. Corpuscles In Normal Blood. Normally there are approximately 5,000,000 red blood corpuscles in the cubic millimeter. The number is tem porurlly diminished during fatigue and after the ingestion of much fluid. Past ing and profuse sweating Increase the number of red blood cells by concen trating the blood. In high altitudes the number is also Increased. There are ".00 to 10.000 white cells i:i the cubic millimeter, the ratio of white to red cells being about 1 to iiod. In heilth the blood amounts to nl out one thirteenth of the body weight. New Zealand Oddities. The crow in New Zealand strikes as sweet note as any head in the wood land. The robin has no song and no red breast The native in a is the great est of rat killers. There is a caterpillar which turns into a pi .ut Ihese and some other productions of nature have done for New Zealand what the kanga roo and the ornithorhyncbus have done for Australia—given it the suggestion of oddity and the marvelous. Just Practicing. "Son, you mustn't carve your name on the piano. Another such episode and I'll punish you severely." "Dad. how can you expect me to carve my name in the temple of fame when you won't let me get anv prac tice?"—Seattle Post-Intelligencer. A Whole Hour. Mrs. Newly wed—.lust think, dear, we've been married nearly an hour and we haven't had a cross word!—Buffalo Express Sawed and Saw Slsrs. ILL JUST SAW OFF i'HI5 OLD LIMB- ANDHEDID- -sr —Pittsburgh Press. In Maiden Meditation. Beneath th*• trii-s love tu lie Anil KHZC up in tta- RUMMER sky. My soul is thrillc'l with thoughts sublime, Heyond all IMIUHIIM of space or time. 1 DDI uplifted! I expand With thoughts so beautiful and grand! My heart responds like vibrant strings Of polden harps and all su"!i things. I cannot put my thoughts in words. They're like the raptured son«s of binla. Subtle yet daring fancies seem Vo be the fabric of my dream. And this the burden of them all— What fashions will be worn this fall? -Judges ^IT Sl"XH •ftAUL.Vs "FOu.tCS JOSEPH DENOYER Lawyer 'ractice in ail courts ana L'. S. Lard Oflir.. Ripley "Mock Beach, North Dnkota J. A. MILLER Attcrney and Counselor rt I Law take cases in all courts. Al streets of title examied. Real es 1 tate law a specialty, Beach, N. D. R. M. ANDREWS Lawyer Practice in State and Fedr al Courts und U. S. Land Oft.e. L'. S. Commissioner. Beach, N. D. L. A. SIMPSON Lawyer CITY ATTORNEY •ickinsor., North Dr.'iota R. E. WALKER fnneral Director and F—« balmer At Overstad & HoYer*-in*s Night Call, 'Phone 7l) 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 a Good Hair Cut, Shampoo, r»«*vci Face Manage 01 aaytaing in the barber line. C. H. Letson, Propr., Beach JOHN L. KO-PPLER LAWYER Over Power Clothing Store Beach, N. Dak. CHICHESTER SPILLS LADIES I Auk raw Orairctot for CT1I-CHES-TER 3 UIAMOND LIKAXD PII.I.S in RF.D and COLO metallic boxes, iled with BLUI Ribbon. TAKB KO OTHEI. Bar ot Drtutftlst and nk for '.II.CHEB.Tt: DUHWNO Bl£ANr TMLLS, for twenty-five years regarded ss Best, est, Always Reliable. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS TIME CUPPYWll CDC WORTH TRIED cvLni vvnene NO rboHj ?ooh TESTED 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. 0. C. Hougan & Son 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. Page Seven Things We Never See Jj 1 '»DCWT cmchea BoofrOT&M 'rf KkuuY's -^€T MARKET. wSr* PROFESSIONAL CARDS H. B. MUSEUS Physician and Surgeon Office over Coldea Valley State bank Beach, North Dakota A. B. MacNAB Physician and Surgeon Office over Golden Valley State Bank Residence 'phone 00. Office 'phone 13 Beach, N. Dak. DR. R. W. STOUGH Physician and Surgeon Office on South Blanche Street Beach, N. Dak. L. A SMITH Physician and Surgeon Beach, N. Dak. O. R. NIECE Dentist Over Bartley Blk., Seach, N. D. •m, G. M. FOSTER Dentist Offices First Floor Noble Bldg. South Blanch St. Telephone I00L Beach, N. D. DR. E. SUTTER Assistant State Veterinary ...Office ... la Ulfsr's & Morrom'i Fid Bsra PboBt ISM Rss., 1SS L. M. BURKEY Attorney-at-Law. Office in Hoffman Block Beach, N. nilARYE GETS RUSSIAN POST 8an Franciscan Picked for Aw&sssar. dor to Russia. 'Washington, Jvly 2.—George T,. Mar?* Jt, ot Ban jirsnclsco, has been detetrmlned on for ambassador to. Russia. President Wilson prepared his nomiration tor transmission to. the sena'.*/' I-ater tho nor/il'. tion was received, by the senate and .cferrcd. I. A. MORRJS Auctioneer An old-timer at the busi ness and the man who get* results. Address or 'phone Carlyle, Mont. L. H. MOORE General Auctioneer Address or hn'P MED0RA, N. DAK. References: Interstate Bank of Sentinel Butte.