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ills b& ani TERMS* Having decided to quit farming and leave this part of the country I will offer my personal property for sale at my place three miles north and one mile east of Beach, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Sale Starts at 10 o'clock 8 Horses—3 Colts One team of black geldings. 10 and 11 years old, weight 2800 One team of grey mares, in foal, 6 years old, weight 2600 One black mare 8 years old, in foal, weight 1300 One black mare 4 years old, weight 1200 One bay mare 4 years old, weight 1200 One grey mare 8 years old, weight 1150 One black yearling rcare colt Two June colts, one mare and one horse 30 Head Hogs Two Good Milch Cows One giving milk, will be fresh in April one will be fresh about time of sale both 6 years old. ^MACHINERY Two lumber wagons with box complete one spring wagon one single buggy one 80-bushel Clover Leaf manure spreader one Fairbanks & Morris engine and pump jack one fanning mill complete one 14-inch Emerson gang plow one 18 inch Emerson sulky plow1 one 22-ft. steal harrow one 8-ft. J. I. C- disc one Champion hay rake one mower one Deering binder in good repair one McCor mick binder in good repair one 20-disc Van Brunt drill one 100-egg Old Trust incubator five sets of work harness one single harness one hay rack one pair of bob sleighs onel 2-bbl. steel water tank one tank heater one steel milk tank. Household Goods Heating Stove and Other Articles Too Numerous to Mention FREE LUNCH AND HORSE FEED AT NOON sums under $10.00 cash $10:00 and over time will be given to Oct. 1,1915 on bankable paper. 5 per cent discount for cash. W. L. Arnold, Prop J. S. ULFERS Auctioneer 0. C. ATTLETWEED, Clerk 150 Chickens !Hi GOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE Who Will Triumph? Devils Lake, N. D., Oct. 6.— Will United Stat.-s Treasure: John Burke, three times °verncr of North Dakcta arid adnrttcdly the most powerful democrat of 'he slate, be worsted :'n the Devils La! postoffice cortrst by the re publican Senator Gronna or will Burke succeed in naming the oostinaster of Devils Lpke, h:s heme city. Th:s jvesti°n is just now assuming statewide import ance in North ~h? po-.t- Tice fight at Devils Lake invol ves state political leaders who h.?.' clashed for more than a de rate ard it3 otucome will decide hcther Gronna can hiake good his boast that he will prevent the appc'n'mpnt from going to Edit or John Bloom, or to Mrs. Bloom whose name was last week sent to the senate for confirmation fol lowing the rejection of Bloom's appointment seme time ago- Editor Bloom of the Devils Lake Journal is known as one of the original Burke tmen of the state and has wielded a powerful hand in the three successful Burke campaigns, his position as editor of the1 only democratic daily in North Dakota giving him no little prestige in democratic councils. Early in the year Bloom's appointment was sent to the senate his appointment having been endorsed by the state democratic organization and having been placed in the personal charge of Treasurer John Burke. The result of the fight which fol lowed in the senate was one of the biggest surprises in North Dakota politics in recent years. Senator Gronna* a republican, '.nd a bitter opponent of Bloom, personally objected to Bloom's confirmation and by invoking the rule of senatorial courtesy, brought the confir*nati°n up be fore the senate and had it reject ed thereby making Bloom ineli gible for a recess appointment, and distinctly worsting Burke in the first round of the contest. Recently the name of Mrs. Bloom was sent to the senate by President Wilson, at the personal request of Treasurer John Burke, and Gronna has stirred up anoth er contest by personally rejecting to the confirmation of the wife cf the Journal publisher. Speculation is rife as to the outcome in Devils Lake. Friends of Senator Gronna claim that he will again outwit Treasurer Burke whose action in having the ap pointmment of Mrs. Bloom sent to the senate so shortly before the adjournment will, it is claim ed, give Gronna the opportunity which he greatly desired, namely of calling up the confirmation °f Mrs. Bloom and by his personal objection bringing about her re jection and consequent ineligibil ity for a recess appointment. Burke's failure to land the pos ition for Bloom, who was his right hand man for many years in state politics and never receiv ed an appointment of importance during Burke's three terms asi governor, is variously interpreted. Local publications claim that it indicates that Burke's influence at Washington is nil, while oth-1 ers claim that Burke is not show ing the loyal interest in the Bloom appointment which would be ex-1 pected. The old factional fight at Devils Lake promises to break out anew over the affair ••»e«»ew»»e»4itf?eew*we~e,,e* Listing of Seed Grain for Sale A number of people, including seed houses, are already waiting for information looking toward finding seed grain of high qual ity as to variety. Requests have! come in for Blue Stem wheat winter rye, alfalfa, brome grass, wheat grass, flax and other types of seed which are commonly used in this region. All parties hav ing raised a high quality of any kind of seed grain of forage crops who wish to place this on the mar ket for sale as seed should take pains to store it where it will be free from moisture and freezing. Then as soon as possible, should transmit to us a good, large mail ing sample, Yi pound or more, showing the character of the seed which they have saved and in forming us as to the amount of it they intend to keeep for sale and distribution of seed. Give also the name of the variety, the origin or pedigree of the grain and any other information which they think would be of advantage for a buyer to know. When con vinced' that the party concerned has se?d which is above the ave rage quality it will usually be pos sible for us to place the owner of that grain in correspondence with parties interested in buying such seed. The Pure Seed Laboratory does not act as a sales agent for anyone but will help to put him in touch with those who wish to correspond with the growers of good seed. Any person who wishes to procure seed of a cer tain kind may list his name with us and we will send him the names of those who have the seed for sale. After that the parties con cerned do the rest. Those who have what they know to be thoroughly pedigreed seeds, especially those who have had their fields inspected and pionounccd satisfactory by the seed inspectors may. upon con fronting to certain regulations dornanded in the Seed Law, seal or have their grain sealed under lead seal, standardized as to quality. Any parties wishing to seel pedigreed seed or to have ordinary bulk seed I's'ed should put themselves in touch with this office. Address communications and samples to H. L. Boiley, State Seed Ccmmiscioner, Agricultural College Post Office, N. D. Geo. Christensen Democratic CanJidate for Re-election for Clerk of Court OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY Subject to the Wish of the Voters NOVEMBER 3, 1914. Yonr Support Will Be Appreciated by A. 0. WHITNEY Candidate of the Socialist Party for COUNTY JUDGE of Golden Valley County, N. Dak. -mm, E. E. PINKHAM Socialist Candidate For Clerk of Court Golden Valley County Election Nov. 3, 1914 EAGLE VALLEY NEWS Mr. Burke of Beach autoed to -ouis Callendesr's .place Tuesday of this week. Mr. Fol Stewart passed through with a load of grain for each Mr. P. Gasho returned from Beach today where he had been hauling grain. Mr. William Doyle made a trip to Beach Friday The horse race that came off on Sunday was largely attended and Mr. William was the lucky man to win te race. Mr. J. Vanquist made a trip to Wibaux on Tuesday to attend the horse sale. Mrs. F. Niehls and Mrs. Leigh ton were callers at Mrs. Van quist's one day of this week. The Ladies Aid meet with Mrs. Guy this week. Guy Cox, the 1 3-year old son of J. W. Cox southwest of Beach, raised Northwestern Dent corn this year that the state corn con test expert declared will yield 70 bushels to the acre.—Sentinel Butte Republican. M. C. McCarthy, Auditor of Golden Valley County: 1 am a candidate for re-election to the office of Auditor on the democrat ticket. I ask your vote and sup port not r.s a democrat but as a citizen who has endeavored at all times to give you the best service that man can render to man. My platform is founded on the following principles: First, economy: 1 make th:s statement without fear of contra diction, that the operating ex pense of my office is less than in other counties of the state of the same valuation. Second, efficiency: Read the following extract from the State Examiner's report to the Gover C. G. The Imperial 40-70 The engine for the farmer and thresher FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1914 nor, under date of March 19, 1914: Auditor Golden Valley Coun ty.—"This office is conducted in a very competent manner, the re cords are all well kept and all fees are turned in to the county treasury. We have carefully checked payments with the pay ment register, and warrants is sued with the commissioners pro ceedings and find same to be cor rect." Sicrnsd. S. G. SEVEPSON, State Examiner. Third. Service: My constant aim has been to serve all alike no matter whether he was richly clad or only could afford to wear over alls, all look alike to me as far as courteous service is concerned. 1 promise that if entrusted with the charge of the office which I now hold, you will always find me in the office as my whole time will be given to your service. Your vote and support will be appreciated. Yours for the best of service, M. c. JOHNSON, Agent Beach, N. Dak. HARDWARE FURNITURES UNDERTAKING Overstad overson WISCONSIN CAFE Place has been remodeled and new Fixtures and Booths installed. It is now in First Class Shape—Good Cooking and Good Service. F. J. ESSENE, Proprietor WE ALWAYS HAVE Plenty Money on hand for real estate loans. If you want a loan you will do well to see us as we are the oldest ana best established loan agency in this territory. will give any prepayment privileges. WE WRITE ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE. PIESIK LAND & LOAN CO. B. T. PIESIK, Manager MCCARTHY. If the crowned heads of Eur ope ever get to heaven they will stir up a scrap among the angels.