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Wanted—A
"THAT'S A "RAINGY PITCKEJ?)
THEY'RE RYIN*
STOCKST1LL and SCHUETT POST-
CHRONICLE WANTS
office at Wibaux, Dawson Co.
Glendive Creek
Brand on Lett Ribs.
FOR SALE Hard coal burn
er, fumed oak sideboard, large
Elwell kitchen cabinet, 8x!0 rug
and library table.—Mrs. O. C.
Kucheman. tf.
For Sale or Rent—The Square
Deal Restaurant and bakery in
Beach. Phone Maple 71, or ad
dress E. Brown, Sentinel Butte.
3 7tf.
GIRL WANTED to do gener-'j NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
ik/i. I Department of the Interior, U. S.
al housework.
Inquire
ot lVlts.,
FOR SALE: second hand
stove, Radiant Home Hard coal
burner library table, quarter
sawed oak dining room table
and dresser all in good condit:on
will sell cheap.—C. F. Smith,
proprietor Beach Opera House.
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"BELFIELD TIMES" FOR SALE
$1,000 down takes the plant
balance on very easy terms. D»
ing business of $400 to $500 a
month. Belfield is a good live
address Times. Belfield. N. Dak
town with large territory. For par
Vnlar, call at Chronicle office o»
Legal Publications
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at Dickinson. N. Dak.,
October 7th, 1914. Notice is here
by given that Hazel Z. Stout, of Alpha,
N. D^k.. who on May 20, 1910 and
Sept. 15, 1914, made homestead en
try No. 022208 ad. to No. 011303,
for SE'/4 and NEV4 of section 6,
township 136, range I04W., 5th P.
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make "final three year" proof to
establish claim to the land above de
scribed. before H. L. Halliday, U. S.
Commissioner, at Beach, N. Dak., on
the 23 rd day of November, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses Frank
lin B. Stout, Curtis Sill, Joe Valen
tine, Ray Stout, all of Alpha, N. Dak.
Lan
girl for general
housework. Phone 139. Mrs.
F. Smith. 41 tf
J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at Dickinson, N. D. Oct,
19, 1914. Notice is hereby given that
William E. Sperry for the heirs of
Moody Sperry, deceased, of Trotters,
N. D., who on May 15. 1909, m'ade
H. E. Serial No. 08841, for lots I, 2,
7 and 8, section 2, township 144N.,
range I05W., 5th Principal Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
^nal five year proof, to establu/.-,
claim to the land above described be
fore Geo. Christensen, Clerk of the
District Court, at Beach, North Dakota
on the 30th day of November, 1914.
Claimant name* as witnesses:Asa L.
Stevens, Frank McNiece, of Beach, N.
D., Ben Russell, Andrew Ntjllermoe,
of Trotters, N. D.
Claimant names as witnesses: Huron
T. Brookfield, George H. Tebo, Ben
Wentland, Edd Wentland, all of Trot
ters, N. D.
J. G. QUINLIVAN. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at Dickinson, N. Dak. Oct.
28, 1914. Notice is hereby given
that John H. Kalkman, of Trotters, N.
Dak. who, on Sept. 5, 1911, made
homestead entry Serial No. 017535,
for Lots 9, 10, II, 12. section 4 town
ship 144N. Range 105 West, 5th P.
Meridian, has filed ice of intention
to make final three ir Proof to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before George Christensen,
Clerk of the District Court, at Beach,
N. D. on the 22nd day of December,
1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: Oscar
Anderson. Christina Anderson of
Trotters, N. Dak. Harvey H. Miller,
Ernest A. Wietine, of Beach, N. D.
J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register.
J-
BASEBALL MOVIES:
office at Dickinson, N. D. Nov.
1 2 1 9 1 4
Notice is hereby given that Hattie
Raven, formerly Hattie Hillman, of
Trotters, N. D., who on June 28th
1909, made homestead, No. 09123, for
NW/i, section 10 township 144,range
I 05W 5th Meridian, has filed notice
of intention to make 3 year proof, to
establish clr.im to the land above de
scribed. before R. M. Andrews, U. S.
Commissioner, at Beach, N. D., on the
30th day of December, 1914.
Claimant nanVes as witnesses: Arth-
J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Deipartn.'ont of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at Dickinson, N. D. Oct.
10, 1914. Notice is hereby given that
Ray Coen, of Trotters, N. D. who on
July 8th 1909, made homestead entry
Serial No. 09176, for NEV4 section 18
township 145N. range I04W. 5th P.
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make final five year, proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Karl P. Hetzler, U. S.
Commissioner, District of N. Dak., at
5kaar, N. Dak., on the 25th day of
November, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: Silas
Dodd, Ned Bond, Ralph Adamson, M.
F. Dodd, all of Trotters, N. Dak.
J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at Dickinson, N. Dak.,
Oct. 12. 1914.
Notice is hereby given that William
Schrcmp, of Wibaux, Montana, who on
November 2, 1910, and Oct. 31, 1913
made homestead entry Serial No.
012326 and add. H. E. Ser., No.
Clair iant names as witnesses: A. G.
Tume.-, C.arence Hubbard, C. A.
Hvbbard, John Kammercr, all of Wi
baux. Mjntana.
J. G. UINLIVAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at Dickinson, N. D. Oct. 5
1914. Notice is hereby given that
Clem C. Crain, of Trotters, N. D. who,
on Nov. 16, 191 I & Sept. 8, 1914,
I made homestead entries Serial 01769.?
J. G. QUINLIVAN. Re,i«er. and Senal No. 022183, for NW4 and Tne (Tec.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION I Range I04W., 5th P. Meridian, has
Department of the Interior, U. S. filed notice cf intention to make Final
Land office at Dickinson, N. D. Oct. Three Year Proof, to establish claim
5, 1914. Notice is hereby given that
Harriet M. Brookfield, cf Wibaux,
Montana, who on May 15, 1911, made
H. E. Serial No. 017057, for NE'/4.
section 24, twp. 144, R. 105W.. 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 30th day of Nov
ember, 1914.
WJ/j SW'4 of section 8, township 144
to the land above described, before
Karl. P. Hetzler, U. S. Commissioner,
at Skaar, N. D. on the 7th day cf
December, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: Geo.
Sperry, W. E. Sperry, S. M. F»-?nch,
Bert Kruger, all of Trotters, N. D.
J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior. U. S.
Land office at Dickinson, N. D., Oct
ober 9, 1914. Notice is hereby giv
en that Peter E. Anderson, of Wibaux,
Mont., who on July 24th, 1911 made
H. E. Serial No. 017418. for W/z SW
VA and SE'/£ SW14. section 20, town
ship 143, range I05W., Fifth Principal
Meridian, has filed notice of intention
to make final three year proof to es
tablish claim to the land above de
scribed, before Geo. Christensen,
Clerk of the District Court at Beach,
North Dakota, on the 25th day of
November, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: Nels
Hultgren. of Wibaux, Mont., Harry H.
Miller, of Beach, N. D., Harvey E.
Hall, Dick Hamilton, of Wibaux,
Mont.
J. C. QUINLIVAN. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
id office at Dickinson, N. D., Oct.
1 1914. Notice is hereby given that
Jrhn Johnstone, guardian of Samuel
A. Johnstone, of Beach. N. D., sole
heir of Mary Olson, deceased, who en
October 7, 1907, made homestead en
try No. 07208, for Southwest quarter,
E A E S O
C. A5 LE A Goe..
ur Wilson, Bert Sperry, Frank Mc- notice of intention to make final five
Niece
N. D.
E. Farnam, all of 1 rotters,
J. G. QU1NL1VAN. Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at Dickinson, N. Dak.
October 9, 1914.
Notice is hereby given that Nels G.
Hultgren, of Wibaux, Mont., who on
July 24, 1911 and Dec. 24, 1913,
rr.'ade
homestead entry serial No.
017419 and serial No. 021222, for
E'/2 NWI,4, and W'/2 NEI4, WI/2
NW!4 section 20, township 143N,
range 105W. 5th Principal Meridian,
has filed notice of intention to make
Final three-year Proof, to establish
claim* to the land above described be
fore Geo. Christensen, Clerk of the
District Court, at Eeach, N. Dak., on
the 25th day of November 1914.
Tj
1
s/?5?)a
section. 24. township 138N, range 106
I W., of Fifth Principal Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make five
year Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before Register
and Receiver of the Unitpd States
Land Office, r.t Dickinson, N. D. on
the 24th day of November, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses!: Mary
Anderson, Hans Hawkes, Axle Nelson,
J. A. Miller, all of Beach, N. Dak.
J. G. QU1NLIVAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at Dickinson, N. Dak. Oct.
31. 1914. Notice is hereby piven thnt
William C. Stedman, of Beach, N. D.,
who on May 20, 1909, made home
stead entry Serial No. 08870, for SEl.'t
section 6. township I42N, Range '05
W., 3th Principal Meridian, has filed
year Proof, to establish claim to tlv-i
land above described, before George
Christensen, Clerk of the District
Court, at Beach, N. D. on the 23rd
day of December, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses: Peter
E. Anderson, Harvey E. Hall, of Wi- scribed, before Karl P. Hetzler. U. S.
bnux, Mont., Harry H. Miller, Beach,
N. Dak., Dick Hamilton, of Wibaux,
Mcntana.
Claimant names as witnesses: John
P. Reeve, Burt Shiblev, Ernest Meyer,
Frank Rogers, all of Beach, N. D.
J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
Department of the Interior, U. S.
Land office at Dickinson, N. Dak. Oct.
30, 1914. Notice is hereby given that
John Tasker,. of Trotters, N. Dak., who
on Oct. 27, 1909 made homestead en
try, Serial No. 09820, for Wz NW4
and E'/j SW'/J section 34, township
145N, Range 104 West, 5th Principal
Meridian has filed notice of intention
to make final three year Proof, to es
tablish claim to the land above de-
Commissioner, District of North Da
kota, at Skaar, N. D., on the 23rd day
of December, 1914.
Claimant names as witnesses': Geo.
Tasker, Luther Hodgin, John Herrick,
Ole Omlev, all of Trotters, N. D.
020824. for W«/2 SE'/$. SW|4 NE'4
SE.1 4 N W E'/i NE'4 and the F.'/i one (I) of mortgages at pages 590
and 591, will be foreclosed by a sale
SEJ4 of section 28, township 144N,
range I04W, 5th P. Meridian, has
filed notice of intention to make firal
three year proof, to establish claim' to
the lanr. above described, before H. L.
Hallidpy, U. S. Commissioner, at
Peach, S'orth Dakota, on the 27th
day jf November, 1914.
J. G. QUINLIVAN, Register.
NOTICE OF SALE ON REAL E5
TATE MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
Whereas default exists in the terms
and conditions of the mortgage here
inafter described, and whereas by
reason of said default and under the
provisions of said mortgage the un
dersigned mortgagee has declared and
does hereby declare due and payable
the entire indebtedness thereby se
cured, the principal sum of said in
debtedness being eight hundred and
eighty dollars ($860).
Now, therefore, notice is hereby
given that, pursuant to the power of
sale therein contained, that certain
mortgage, executed and delivered by
Clarence S. Shero and Dolly Shero,
husband and wife, mortgagors, to
William F. Rieckhoff, mortgagee, dated
the 10th day xf March, 1913, ac
knowledged the 10th day of April,
1913, and filed for record in the of
fice of the register of deeds of the
county of Golden Valley and state of
N. Dak. at 3:20 p. m. on the 10th day
of April, 1913, and recorded in book
of the premises in said mortgage and
hereinafter described at the front
door of the county court house in the
city of Beach, county of Golden Val
ley and state of North Dakota (being
the building of the Beach State Bank
in said city, county and state), at the
hour of two o'clock post meridian on
Wednesday, the twenty-third day of
December, 1914, to satisfy the amount
due upon said mortgage on the day of
sale, together with costs and disburse
ments of foreclosure, and that the sale
will be made by the sheriff of said
Golden Valley county.
The premises described in said
mortgage and which will be sold to
satisfy the same are described ay
follows, to wit:
The southeast quarter (SEJ4) of
quarter NE'/j) of scction twelve (12)
all in township one hundred and
thirty-eight (twp. 138) north of
range one hundred and six (R. 106)
west of the 5lh principal meridian, the
said lands being situate in Golden
Valley county, North Dakota.
There will be due on said mortgage
at the date of sale the sum of eight
hundred and ninety dollars( $890),
besides the costs and disbursements of
this foreclosure including the statutory
attorney's fee.
Dated this 9th day of November,
1914.
William F. Rieckhoff, Mortgagee
g^« *i- „,r -.
Orange City, Iowa.
John L. Koeppler, Attorney for Mort
gagee, Piesik Block, Beach North Da
kota. 1-6
Funny, isn't it, how the troops of
the army sending the uews occasional
ly "fall back," while the troops of the
enemy are always described as "re
treating precipitately
It is said that the dressmaking in
dustry in Paris is seriously affected
by the outbreak of hostilities. It is
thus that the keenest suffering for
man's acts is endured by poor help
less woman.
The San Francisco fair people find
a silver or golden lining in the war
clouds. If the war keeps Europeans
at home it will also keep Americans at
oni and the fair will take the place
of a European tour.
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THAT UTILE GIRL
By ROBERT DUANE LATIMER.
(Copyright. 1014, by W. G. Chapman.)
"Still a confirmed bachelor, Ros
lyn?"
"Lonely and lu jh less as ever, 1
should say!" repii. Uoslyn Ware
with a submissive Miiile.
"Wish you would follow my exam
ple," declared Hal Vance exuberantly,
"Been married ten years, ideal home,
lovely wife and
and hawed in a decided tluster.
The young lady smiled encourag
ingly, for Iioslvn was a well groomed,
handsome man. although he had nevei
stopped to think of it. He stated th.R
object of his call in general terms.
"Child, girl—about how old, now?"
propounded the pretty saleswoman.
"Oh, I should think about eight."
"I have the vpry thing for you," In
sisted the vivacious miss. "It's the
latest thing in dolls."
Roslyn bad seen dolls before, but
never one like thin. Face and dress
4^
\n
"It's the Latest Thing in Dolls."
were radiant and fairy-like. Its eye?
opened and closed and its hand:
moved.
"Let me show you," proceeded th«
clever young woman, and she wound
up some phonograph mechanism skill
fully concealed within the body of thn
doll. A lisping baby-like voice recited
audibly and charmingly, "Twinkle,
Twinkle, Little Star."
"And again," added tbe saleswoman,
and the doll song, "Cherries Are Ripe."
"Four other records go with the out
fit,** continued the young lady. "As
you see, the lips move and at a little
distance it is quite a phenomenon."
"It is, indeed," agreed Roslyn. "How
much?"
"Eighteen dollars and one-half."
"I'll take It," said Roslyn promptly.
He was very much satisfied with hia
progress. It was dusk when he ar
rived at the town on the outskirts of
which was located the Vance place.
He ordered his baggage taken up to
the house. He himself would walk.
Roslyn carried the bo'C containing thn
doll with him. Little Lois—he was sura
Hal had called the child that—would,
girl-like, be eager to see her present
as soon as possible.
Roslyn reached his destination at
twilight. A servant answered his
summons at the door bell. He told
who he was and she was at once all
deferential attention.
"Mr. Vance has Just gone around
to the horses, sir," she said. "Please
step into the parlor. He will be here
In a few moments."
Roslyn's sight was blurred by the
dimness of the hall, but he passed
through & doorway indicated,. He
"Alas Poor Texas!
VAJORO'- rt£ O 66. ONE.
Mr. Fan Dents the Dook For Old SttlfF
TEKAS RANG&RS FRo*
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Uoslyn, we've gol
a liitle girl at our house who would
just charm you. See here, shake o:1
the dust of ages anil come down an.i
liven up with real heart and honij
folks."
The result was that Uoslyn prom
ised to put in
a
week at Kest Have)
ten days later. On the afternoon il
a ninth day he left i-.is o!Hce with "tin
giiT'of his old friend. Hal, in his mind,
"1 suppose the graceful thing to do,
Is to take her some Kind of a present,"
ruminated Uoslyn. ot me see—Hal
has been married about, ten years,
This little daughter of his, I should
judge, must be al ait. right years ol
age. Now, what uuld be an appro
priate gift?"
This was really a pur/ling enigma
for Uoslyn. He was twenty-' iglit, lint
knew little of femininity. Mis train
ing had be all business and to a de
gree he lu.cl grown prim and precise
He was shy, so mm ii so that when Iv3
went into a department store and n
proaelied the hainUoine brunette i:i
eharpe of a toy ci:'inter, he hemmed hand was placed in hi
i*t
was about to seat himself, when the
sound ol' careless variant notes from
a piano in a corner of the next room
attracted his attention. He vaguely
made out a feminine form one-half re
clining on the broad music seat and
striking this and that careless note
leisurely and in a dreamy fashion.
"It's Lois, the little daughter of
the house," at once decided the well
meaning 'Roslyn, and he advanced
with precision. He placed his hand
upon a curly head with the words:
"I am your father's old friend, Ros
lyn Ware, and you must be little I.ois
1 have brought you a doll"—and then
he stooped over and kissed a soft vel
vety cheek, and then—
"Oil. say—It's au awful mistake!',
and Uoslyn retreated, dropping tUJ
box, his honest face a vast blank a5
just then the servant turned 011 the
hall liglit ai.J it iiooded the room,
and lie saw arise from the piano seat,
tall, comely, graceful—a .'uH-grawn
young lady!
Was she flushing indignantly, anni
hilating l.im with majestic glance,
laughing, or crying? He knew not
which, so dazed was he, and because
just then, Hal arrived, ran at him with
the eagerness of a school-boy, whirled
liiin about in a gay caper and marched
him up to his room, drawing out his
protestations.
"That lit Lie girl of yours," Uoslyn
ma'.".r.std to sandwich in as they do
sc ''i t1 r» stairs.
iii.. .viic's riater. We adopted
her, yoiiffiee," explained Hal and Uos
lyn dimly !!ii:iel,, nded the fearful
mistake ha had made. He shivere.l
and shrank as ihey reached the parlo:
again and was greeted by his hoste
and introduced to Miss Verner. 1
his agreeable surprise a weleomir
own. lie looki
up into a bright ro^uiah face umi!::
I encouragingly. He stammered for:,'.
"I—I acted under a wrong ini
siun. Miss Verner," but secretly lei
congratulated himself as he viowed
I the velvety cheek lie had so audacious
ly kissed.
Here Mr. Vance broke forth with a
great jolly guffaw. He slapped Uoslyn
cn the shoulder and jollied him brisk
ly, for his wife had recited to him
I the piano incident.
"About the doll, too"—blundered on
lioslyn.
"Oh, I shall keep that, If you please,"
said Xois prettily. "You have given
me 9grand idea, Sir. Ware."
rVrt/Vr CALLS f=0(? ON£ more.
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Then followed a week that was full
of soulful delight for Roslyn. Loia
was a revelation to him, kind, consid
erate, almost gentle. Closer and closer
grew the strength and rare beauty of
their congenial acquaintanceship,
"I wish you to come with me, if you
will, Mr. Ware," she said brightly one
day. "I must show you the good your
gift doll has done. There was a poor
fading invalid child to whom it has
given great joy and a new grasp oi
life."
Roslyn Ware never forgot that
sweet presence near him as they
gazed cautiously through the open win
dow of a little humble hut, where a
sweet child sat up on a couch, an au
dience of juveniles about her, while
the wonderful doll went through its
clever paces.
"Dear Miss Verner," he said, at the
point of tears, as they moved on, "let
me buy dolls for the whole crowd!"
I!ut Lois smiled forbiddingly at hia
reckless enthusiasm. She was grave,
earnest, womanly the night he left for
the city. Her pulses fluttered as he
said in his awkward but manly way:
"Miss Verner, I will come back hero
for my vacation next year, if you say
so."
She looked up into his eyes earnest
ly, as only a woman who is in love
can look. Then her head drooped
shyly as she whispered:
"Oh, please, Mr. Ware, please coma
back sooner than that!"
Hadn't Eaten Breakfast.
'The most embarrassing moment of
my life," says my father-in-law, "came
to me in Ireland when I was a small
boy."
He and his chum would never allow
strange boy to come on their street
without picking a fight, and so one
morning a lad several inches taller
than the young warriors apcared and
was promptly thrashed. My father-in
law says he did it alone. Feeling rath
er chesty about it he gathered a good
sized crowd by hooting and calling
ifter the retreating foe.
When the little fellow was far
enough away to feel safe he turned
around and called back in a trembling
voice: "Yes, yez licked me, but I bet
If I could have me breakfast every
cnornin' like youse do, youse couldn't
lo it."
"My mother sent me after him,"
says my father-in-law, "and he had a
rery good breakfast that morning,
anyway."—Chicago Tribune.
No, Arabella, the man talking to
that interested group is not telling
about the big fish he caught up north.
He iq a tourist who has escaped from
Europe with a whole skin
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JOSEPH DENOYER
Lawyer
'ractice in ad court* and ~.-f
U. S. Land v.
Ripley ^lock
Beach, North Ds.Vrfu
J. A. MILLER
Attorney and Counselor
ti
Law
Will take cases in all courts. Ab
stracts of title examied. Real
?ate law a specialty.
Beach, N. D.
R. M. ANDREWS
Lawyer
Practice in State and Federal I
Courts and U. S. Land Office,
U. S. Commissioner.
Beach, N. D.
A. SIMPSON
Lawyer
CITY
North Dnkota
R. E. WALKER
taeraJ Dirrctor and Etn
banner
At fit Hover ea's
Night Call, 'Phone 1U-M
E. E. NOBLE
General Insurance Agency
Farm and City Property
Hre. Tornado, Hail aad Wiad I
Storm Insurance
Beach, North Dakota
GO TO LETSON'S
FONSORIAL PARLOR
?~.t a Good Hair Cut, Shampoo,
"-have, Face Massage or anything
in the barber list.
C. H. Letson, Propr., Beach
I JOHN
L. KOEPPLER
LAWYER
Over Power Clothing Store
Beach, N. Dak.
I
L. H.
Address or Phcae
MED0RA, N. DAK.
References: Interstate
Bank of Sentinel Butte.
E. D. LOGAN
Dealer In
Hard, Soft and Blacksmith
O A
CORD WOOD AND SLABS
Business and Reti?«rce I o*t for Sole
Rooms for Kent.
Office Opponite Bartley's
Store.
Unusual Plays
T»t£ /\0DIEvJcc WAS lAnce.
AWO ENTHUSIASTIC
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
H. B. MUSEUS
Physician
ants Stirpes
Office over Golden Valley
Bank
Beach, North Dako
I A. B. MacNAP
Physician and Surgcm
Office over Golden Vallev
c'»
Bank
Residence 'phone
ft-
60.
'phone I 3
8eacli, N. Oak.
DR. R. W. STOUCU
Physician and Sur^o
Office on South Blanchr
Beach, N. Dak.
I
ATTORNEY
x,
I *^3nfon,
L. G. SMITH
Pliyiician and Sur
Beach, M. Dak.
O. R. NIECE
Dentsat
Orcr Hartley Blk., 3aaci
G. M. FOSTE
Dentist
Offices First Floor Nob
South Blanch St.
Telephone 100L Deacl
DR. E. SUTTF
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General Auctioneer
Assistant State Veteri» «rv
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AT BURKEY, N. DAK.
L. M. BURKEY
Attorney-at-Law.
Office in
Hoffman Block Bea^a, N.
Hougen Taiior
First class tailoring in ft!! its
branch"" inj». Pressing
and re^anii^ on siiG2l
notice- All work guaranteed
satisfactory in every particular.
Reasonable charges.
0. C. Hcugan & Son
BEACH. N. DAK.
I. A. MORRIS
Auctioneer
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