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The Editorial Page 0. D. Braultl £2™ Dealer in GRAIN We pay the highest marke price for all kinds of grain. Correct Weights and Dockag Fully equipped for clean ing and separating grain an make a specialty of this bus ness. Give Us a Share Your business LEE GRAIN CO BEACH, N. D. Will appreciate your Patronage in all kinds of GRAIN! And we pay for everything but wagon tracks. Adam Faris, Manager J. J. Greiner Auto Livery GOOD CARS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS Phone No. 76 or call at our garage 2 doors west of State Line Hotel. We Handle Gasoline and Oils INSURE Your Farm PROPERTY In the COLUMBIA Of Omaha. Prompt and Satisfactory Ad justments J. A. HA1GH, Agent Institutions The Beach Electric Co. A Home Institution Deserves Your Patronage Call Phone 107-2 and our Electrician will call and be at Your Service. Geo. Chrysler, Mgr. Patronize the Beach Firms who are Co-operating with the Chronicle in the County Seat Campaign New York Restaurant Is Still Serving Square Meals at the Old Stand Board by the Day or Week LOUIS SUEY Proprietor. NOW IS THE TIME To have that long promised portrait taken. No need to wait for a fine day, however with the equip ment of the modern studio, you can be taken at one time as well as another at JOHN SON STUDIO W FRIDAY. OCTOBER 16. *914 Entered at the postotfice in Beach. Golden Valle Connty, North Dakota as second Class mail matter Hfc CHRONICLE PRINTING CC. (Incorporated) J. W BRINTON. Editor Suscription price $1.50 per year in advance. Advertising rates: One ms to ten inches, 25c per incch to thirty inches 20c per inch 30 inches and up I 5c per inch. Special rates on stand ing advertisements and yearly con tracts. N.D.RA. STATE AMENITIES OF THE CAMPAIGN Messrs Aaker and Hellstrom, oth candidates for the governor ship, "throw it in" to Mr. Hanna with their Krupp guns, charging that his "business administra tion" is unbusinesslike, and that very many politics are dictated jy Big Business says the Fargo Courier News. Sever Serumgard, the blind statesman of Devils Lake, drops a few shrapnel anH lyddite shells into the works of Senator Gronna more than intimating that the sen ator is a grafter, in addition to jeing a fake progressive. Many minor rumors are float ing about, and Mr. Hellstrom is sure that he wants to debate with Vlr. Hanna about his gubernator ial business ability. Mr. Bryan will soon be here for four days, and Treasurer John Burke will al so invade the state with miodern artillery, supplemented by hand grenades. All of this adds to the gaiety of the state, and we wait with in terest to determine whether or not the big democrats from out side will have wisdom enough not to try to fight the campaign on such vaporous issues as the Agricultural conditions, or if they too, will fall into this bog- Just what the relation of this mess may be to the Wilson adminis tration is not yet plain to us. Mr. Serumgard is qualified to be United States senator, if he should be chosen there is no doubt whatever aboat his being sound in progressive principles, but the State at large has not yet assented to the charge that Mr. Gronna is corrupt and a grafter We seriously question the politica wisdom of making a fight against him upon these grounds. How ever, Mr. Serumgard ought know better than does the Cour ier-News. Mr. Gronna will soon return to the state, we presume, and it will be interesting to hear his reply. We Are Boosting For Beach For The County Seat to We hope and long for the day when political campaigns will be fought upon principles, not upon personalities and charges of cor- NORTH 'XflWruWITCD GOtttfe 4Q MILC.S AN HOUf? AN 010 COWBOY T0W*. THEYSArrtmr rupticn and incompetency which so many times are made against iublic officials by those desiring to supersede them. a condition unparalleled in re ent years, except in the case of Cass Lake. Minn., whose mayor prominent politician, was the eader of a gang cf burglars and firebugs.—Beach Advance. An almost unbelievable con dition exists in Beach according to the B^ach Advance.—Sentin el Butte Republican- Candidates Drop ing Out of Race Democrats and Bull Moosers Having Hard Time to Keep Men on Tickets—Getting Out From Under Landslide. Bismarck, Oct. 1 2.—It looks like the Bull Moosns and the democrats are having a hard time to make their tickets stick to gether, for from all over the state are cbming refusals to run, and the office of he secretary of state is busy making changes. Owing to the fact that there are so many of these refusals, and the further fact that they are distributed well over the state, it looks very much like there was not much faith in the possibility of success on either of these tickets this year. Over in Grand Fork county where there are probably as many and as varied interests as in any coumty in the state, and strongly epublican, a democrat. Henry O'Keefe, is the only nominee for representative from the fifth dis trict. ',In LaMoure coun'ty the twen ty fourth district W. C- McDow ell, an old-time senator and A. E. Raney have refused to run aft er securing the nomination, there by leaving G. Kramer as the on ly legislative candidate. Over in the forty-eighth dis trict which is composed of Oliver, Mercer and Dunn Counties, Ray Watson, of Center, notified the secretary of state by telephone that he declined .and would not make the race for representative on the democratic ticket. In the Thirty-fifth district Mc Henry county, there was a tie be tween several progressive candi dates for the legislature. All withdrew in favor of Dalton Mc Donald, of Towper. Emil Anderson, progressive candidate in the Forty-sixth dis trict, McLean county, has served notice that he declines to run aft er being nominated. Up in Bottineau county, the WHAT Mocked THE FARMERS SOMETHING FIERCE. S SErtTMEt, BUTTE. ALU THOSE. BAD LWE.D, \s this"? GOING THROUGH 3ENTIN£k BUTTS AO MILES AN HOUR) MOflSBUStttlSi OOD 'HE. BRArtCH? TRAIN 3 dTOP AT B&ACH NEXT STOP CHANGE CARS. FOR BURKErlMf CARUYI.E" OIJJJIB ©olden \PbIIC\) C^brotltclc I Humor and Comment' OF SAME OPINION An almost unbrtlievable con dition at present exists in Beach! counties, A. J.°0'Keefe and J- P. Twenty-eighth district, Ed Berg ha3 declined to run after securing the democratic nomination for the house. In the Thirty-ninth district which is constituded of Golden Valley, Billings and Bowman Smith, democratic candidates for the legislature have withdrawn, leaving the ticket without a can didate. The republican and so cialist tickets are complete how ever. Game of One Legged Traveler. If the game is to be played on the lawn .scatter apples, oranges, bananas, nuts of various kinds and a few gourds, turnips or other vegetables at intervals of a few feet. Instruct each player that he must double one leg at the knee, holding it up from the ground and hopping on the other. Without touching the doubled up foot to the ground he is to gather as many of the fruiis. nuts. etc.. as he can. the one making the largest collection receiving a prize. If in bending over he touches both feet to the ground or loses his balance he forfeits three of the tro phies already secured. At the end of the game each player is privileged to eat his prises. 8even Day Game. Name each player for one day of the week. Monday, Tuesday, Wednes day, etc., and ask them to stand in a line facing the side of the room or a fence. The leader throws a small rub ber ball against the wall, at the same time calling the name (dayi of the player whom he wisheB to catch it If Monday is called that player must have the ball safe in his hands by the time the leader can count ten, counting aloud. If be misses the leader recov ers the ball and throws it again, call ing some other player. If there are more than seven players use months. January, February. March, etc.. instead of Monday,-Tuesday and Wednesday. Vote for Jessie L. Kinsey Candidate for County Supt. of Schools Golden Valley County Tuesday Nov. 3, 1914 I desire your vote YE.S, BEACH A GOOD TOWN. I ALWAYS MAKE W W^W CONTRIBUTED CLIPPED or STOLEN by »id of PASTE «nd SHEARS VOTE FOR BEACH FOR COUNTY SEAT I Coal, Flour AND and Feed SMOKE DON CASSI0 CIGARS Woodward BROS'. LADIES GET YOUR FALL COAT OR SUIT FROM Ed. Perry, The Tailor. You do not pay me one cent until you see the garment and it is entirely satisfactory. Get Your Hair Trimmed Before you get into the county seat campaign at The McColeman Barber Shop Two Door* East of Beach State Bank. —WE CUT TO PLEASE— J. McColeman, Prop. FARMERS' Feed and Livery Barn Under New Management Formerly conducted by Wildes Brothers Good Grain, Hay and Water and our Prices are reasonable Let us feed and care for your Team While in Town ALBERT C0USER Proprietor H. C\ DOERING of all kinds always on hand RED LODGE, MONTANA LUMP and WASHED NUT Call up phone No. 6L and have order delivered promptly South of Old Mill on Fraxier si Callender A. M. WALLACE, Prop. Sample Room Steam Heat Electric Light Running Water Bath Golden Valley Farmers Co operative Co., BEACH, N. DAK. Receivers and shippers of Go den Valley GRAIN A Co-operative compan under the co-operative laws North Dakota. LLOYD ELEVATOR CO. Independent Grain Dealers Elevators at Beach and Lei Dealers in All Kindt of GRAIN A Share of Your Busin is Solicited. I V- v-' *v.