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«T, LAST I YE. &OT A
RE.GUURR JOB. I'M M*
VtRNON P«L«Ct'S
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I A O O E 2 2 1 9 1 5
THE CHRONICLE PRINTING COMPANY
(Incorporated)
Entered at the postoffice in Beach, Golden Valley County, Nerth Dakota as
•econd Class mail matter.
Subscription price $1.50 ver year in advance. Advertising ratea: One to
*»ekes, 25c per inch to thirty incites 20c per inch 30 inches and up 15c
•r inch. Special rates on standing advertisements and yearly contracts.
THE GREEKS AND THE BULGARIANS.
The keleidoscopic turn of events on the Balkans, strange
as it may seen, is by no means a surprise to those who are
more or less acquainted with the Balkan politics, and with
the Balkan intrigues for the last few years. Venizelos, the
old powerful and able Greek Premier, has. again been forced
to resign, and it may be safely predicted that his resignation
will prevent the Greeks from joining the war.
King Constantine, the brother-in-law of the Kaiser, who,
of course, is in closer touch with the chancelleries of the Teu
tonic Allies than his able Premier, is said to have been as
sured by the German and Austrian governments that, even
should Bulgaria attack Servia, Greek interests in Macedonia
will not be affected by it in any way.
But not this assurance alone has driven Monsieur Venizelos
from office. He had to resign because he would consent to a
landing of French troops on Greek soil.
The purpose of the landing was meant less against Bulgaria
than against Turkey. After the Allies had failed to conquer
the Peninsula of Galipoli, they decided to storm Constanti
nople from the Tschadalja line. To carry out this plan they
are compelled to concentrate a large number of troops in Ma
cedonia and Thrace. Constantine of Greece, who knows al
ready the danger threatening his Kingdom from the Italians,
was not willing to make Greece soil another theatre of war,
especially as long as Greece is formally preserving neutrality.
Furthermore, the landing of foreign troops on Greek soil ne'
cessitates a revision of the Greek Constitution, and Kings in
general are not willing to allow changes in the Constitution
and to create precedents. For these reasons'Constantine of
Greece, with the aid of a powerful minority of Parliament,
withstood the policy of his Premier and forced him to resign.
The Bulgarians will, of course, be very glad to see the
Greeks remain neutral.
It is a very curious fact that the reason that causes Bulgaria
to join the war, causes Greece to remain neutral. The Bul
garians can never allow the Russians to settle in Constanti
uople and can still less allow the allied troops to operate in
Macedonia, because, if Macedonia is once occupied by the
allied troops, the Bulgarians will never be in a position to rea
lize their own plans in Macedonia. It may bs taken for grant
ed that the Bulgarian statesmen decided to go to war as soon
as they learned that the Allies, after their failure in Gallipoli,
were going to attack Constantinople from the rear. They know
by their experience from the first Balkan war that as attack
on Constantinople, irom the Tschadalja line can easily meet
with success, and that, if this plan of the Allies should be car
ried out, Constantinople would fall within a short time.
As Russia, in this war, suffered defeat after defeat, the Al
lies would be forced to leave Constantinople to the Russian
Ally as a compensation for his defeats and as Servia is an
Ally, the Anglo-French troops, operating in Macedonia, would
not be withdrawn until Servia was in a position to defend Ma
cedonia single handed. So the Bulgarians decided upon war
for the same reason that Greece finally decided upon preserv
ing neutrality.
Bill Graham, the SchaferWatford City newspaper mag
nate, has built a few more Soo lines through the county. His
latest line intersects the Great Northern at Watford, goes up
Cherry Creek to some point in the vicinity of Ellsworth, thence
west to Charbonneau Creek and down this creek to the Yel
lowstone river. Some of these days we are going to build
that Soo line right through Alexander.—McKenzie County
Chronicle.
Washington has recognized Carranza as head of the Mexi
can government. Even though one may view the act of the
administration without bias, he must admit that a poor choice
has been made.
The proposed abandoramen of the Dardanelles campaign
"over the Russian's Heads" may be the first intimation of the
European double-cro»s Jthat has been expected in some of the
diplomatic circles!
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MOT WISHING «NX
BODY BAD LUCK
BUT I WOULDN'T
CAf?E. IF THE. BOSS
FAIMTEO ABOtiT
NOW
WHCISK CIIRKD IS THIS?
Believe as I lielieve, nor more nor less
That 1 am right, and no one else,
confess
T'Vel as I feel, think as I think
Eat what 1 eat, and drink what I drink
Look as look, do always as I do.
And then, and only then, I'll fellowship
with you.
That I am right, and always right, I
know.
Because my own convictions tell me so
And to be ripht, is simply this: To be
Entirely and in all respects like me
To question, doubt, or hesitate, is sin
Which damns eternally the soul within.
I reverence the Bible If It be
Translated first and then explained by
mo
By churclily laws and customs abide,
If they with my opinions coincide
All creeds and doctrines admit
divine.
Excepting' those which disagree with
mine.
Let sink the drowning if he will not
swim
Upon the plank that I throw out to
him.
Let starve the hungry if he will not
eat
My kind and quality of bread and
meat
Let freeze the naked if he wilT not be
Clothed with such garments as are
made for me.
'Twere better that the sick should
die than live,
Unless they take the medicine I give
'Tmere better sinners perish than
refuse
To be conformed to my peculiar views
'Twere better that the world stand
still than move
Tn any other way than that which I
approve
Mr*. S. A. Smith Ren
ders Interesting Selection.
Among the interesting
numbers which were rendered
at the young ladies' band con
cert on Tuesday evening was
the recital of "Hostler Joe," a.
very dramatic selection which
was rendered by Mrs. S. A.
Smith. Mrs. Smith's talent
as an elocutionist was very
well exemplified in the render
ing of this very rhetorical
discourse.
The Avenging Conscience.
D. W. Griffith's great pro
duction The Avenging Con
science, with Henry Walthall
and Blanche Sweet in the
leads, proved to be such a
great attraction and so many
haye been eager to see this
picture again that the opera
house management decided to
bring this picture for a second
time. When you see Henry
Walthall in this big feature
vou will realize why Griffith's
The Birth of a Nation is such
a drawing card the country
over.
M. O. Malmin left yester
day for Bowman county,
where he will work in behalf
of the Non Partizan League
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©olden IDalley Chronicle
tho im hot
so Pftu-ricoLfli
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PRE.SE.NTj
Carranza is the enemy of religion, regardless of creed. His
guarantees are only promises which he has no intention of
fulfilling when he assumes the position of dictator. When the
warring factions are subdued and we at a distance are given
to believe that peace reigns in Mexico, what guarantee will
be made by the United States that the conditions will be as
they should be as regards the Mexican people?
Editor McGarry of the McvKenzie County Chronicle makes
the very accurate observation that the mint is the only insti
tution that makes money without adverising.
It has been hinted that the North Dakota "Appreciation
Week propaganda has something other than booster purport.
The repeated reports of the death of Villa might indicate
that the wish was the father to J^he thought.
Large Audience
... Sees Graustark
Famous Story by McCutcheon
Depicted in Pictures at the
Beach Opera House.—Ex
cellent Production.
Graustark, a Big Four pic
ture which was shown at the
Beach opera house last week,
was a picture that did great
credit to George Barr Mc
Cutcheon story and the act
ing of Francis Bushman and
Beverly Bayne was very clev
er indeed. A large crowd was
present to enjoy this feature.
A Big Four picture will be
shown every week at the op
era house and these pictures
already have a large following
in the city. These Big Four
pictures, released through
the offices of the Vitagraph
Lubin-Selig'Essanay, Inc., are
all taken from noted authors
and Manager Smith has The
Juggernaut booked for the
coming week. This is a great
railroad story featuring Anita
Stewart and Earle Williams.
The following week the Blind
ness of Virtue, with Edna
Mayo and Bryant Washburn
in the leads. These four film
companies named above are
among the leaders and motion
picture patrons can be assured
that! they will send only fhe
best of pictures on the market.
To buy wisely and well
i*pad all the ads in
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1PRQPfcSSOR
The
Chronicle
before you do your
shopping
IVE. ALRbAOY
PAID FOR
MY LtSSON-
CHURCHES
M. E. CHURCH.
Preaching services at the
usual hours on Sunday, Oct.
J.4. Rev. F. W. Gress, who
lias been appointed to Man
oan, will prv:ch. The new
pastor. Rev. Ira E. Hammer,
wiJ! be at B-rrh to tane
charge for Sunday, Oct. 31.
Rev. Hammer is one of the
best young men in the North
Dakota conference, and has
been a successful pastor in the
work. Every where he has
gone in" the new places he has
erected church buildings and
parsonages, and has always
made much of revival work.
The Beach Methodist people
will be happy with Rev. Ham
mer, for he loves God and the
people, and he will do every
body good who is at all in
terested in his soul's happi
ness. Rev. Gress will leave
for Mandan with his family
Monday, Oct. 25th.
Dr. J. G. Moore of St.
Thomas is the new district
superintendent of the Bis"
marck district and comes to
the work with many years ex
perience. He was formerly
district superintendent of the
Minot district, and later of the
Grand Forks district, so he
will be able to take hold of the
work and make it work from
the first round of visitation.
Dr. Moore is a member of the
general committee of the two
mission boards, and a repre
sentative of the 12th general
conference district. He has
served with great success in
this capacity, and knows the
needs of the field which he
represents. The general com
mittee meets in Seattle next
week and as Dr. Moore has to
be in attendance he wall not
be able to make the round on
the district for several weeks.
fe
IUU FINISH
IT WITH YOU
F. W. GRE£S.
U. B. CHURCH.
Mr. W. T. Kessinger an
nounces his return to Beach
as permanent pastor of the
United Brethren church and
services will be resum enxe'
services will be resumed next
Sunday as follows:
Sunday school, 10 a. m.
preachin gservices, 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Sunday services in Norwe
gian at 11:00 Sunday school,
10:00 confirmation class on
Tuesday, 3:30 Bible class,
Wednesday evening, 7:30.
Carlyle services, Sunday at
2:00 OUie services, Sunday
at 4t00. H. J. Thorpe-
Pastor.
The Avenging Conscience
with Henry Walthall and
Blanche Sweet teaches a great
lesson. The picture is taken
from Poe's story of The Tell
tale Heart. Henry Walthall
is mmaking a great hit all ov
er the country with his work
as the little colonel in Griffith's
Hie Birth of a Nation.
ailed to the ad.
Supply Co.
I E S A
IN ONE.StCONO
ITOCKSTILL and SCHUETT POST-
office at Wibaux,
Montana
Sleadive
For Rent.—Quarter section
17 miles south of Wibaux. In
quire of Chronicle. tf
For Sale.—Six horses in
quire of Chronicle. tf
Mr. Farmer If you have
anything to sell in the way of
live stock or produce, call the
Farmers Co-operative Produce
Co., Phone 185. tf
For Sale.—One bed, spring
and mattress oak dining
table. For sale cheap if tak
en at once. Address Miss Ed
na Gray, Beach, N. D.
Mrs. Mina McGinnis of
Chetek, Wis., experienced
dressmaker. Plain or fancy
sewing. Will sew by the day
or by the garment. Phone No.
142 R. 49-51
WINTER RYE SEED FOR
SALE.
The 959 North Dakota Ped
greed Winter Rye for sale.
$1.40 per bushel f. o. b. Sen
tinel Butte sacks included at
this price. Dart Farms &
Ranch, Sentinel Butte, N.
Dak tf
TAKEN UP.
Came to my premises a grey
mare with light harness,
branded S on left shoulder,
on left hip. Owner
can have same by paying for
H. R. Thompson, NW 1-4 of
section 25, 2 miles southiwest
of Beach. 50 3
FOR SALE.
40 horse power Rambler
can be converted into truck.
Will sell at a bargain if taken
at once. E. J. Holven. 2p
RAGS WANTED.
The Chronicle will pay 5
cents per pound for acceptable
clean rags free from buttons
and metal fasteners. Must be
clean, soft—no carpet rags.
Yorkshires for Sale.
Lake Park Ruby 193d, No.
21976. also four of her litter,
all sows, sired by Evenbest.
Certificates furnished. Gall
or write Conrad Brunsvold,
Clark, Mont. 2t
A O W a
f* 9 paj commissions. Write de
WANTFn scribing property, naming
"Ml* I fcli lowest price. We help buy
er* locate desirable property FREE.
A»iHcMlst»tai«lAs«. mwiswllii.llMMHHt.llM.
ARE YOU GOING TO BUY
A NEW THRESHING
MACHINE?
I sell the olr reliable Minne
apolis and Avery lines. I
hsrve a few second hancL|epa*
rators at bargain pricsq.
•ay
I Humor and Comment
Job For a (Scnitts i:!
Copyright, 1915, by Keeley. Handy Syndicate
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NECO ANY HtLP
AROUND THE.
FACTORY
CHRONICLE WANTS
For Sale
Dawson Co.
Range
Call 167.
Creek
Brand on Left Ribs.
All my household furniture
for sale See Mrs. P. E. Beito
for prices. $175 takes my
Metz auto. P. E. Beito. tf
For Sale—Two business lots in
business section, at a bargain. In"
quire of E. Lloyd or at the Chron.
icle office.
FOR SALE: Swellest little cot
tage in Beach garden, trees and
good water. Inquire of M- W
Power.
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•10x12 wall tent.
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THREE ROOM COTTAGE to
trade for automobile Geo.
R.
Irving.
For Sale—Fumed oak library
table, arm chair, rocking chair,
screen and buffet. Inquire of
Mrs. A. M. Wallace.
For Rent—Six Room cottage,
cheap. Inquire of C. W. Finkle.
Wanted Correspondents
every section of this locality.
in
Cow for sale or trade for
spring pigs. Henry Be.er, Rocky
Butte
t|
Wanted—Work for man on
ranch experienced farmer
»n«j
horseman, also good cook. Ad
dress A. G. Pitman, Beach, N. D.
tf.
For Sale—Three year old reg
istered Holstein bull. Address
John Thommen, Medora, N. D.
For Sale or Rent—Well im
proved farm seven miles from
railroad. Address E. E. Lloyd.
Beach, N. D.
Wanted—Man and wife wish
to work on farm or ranch. Good
horseman and good cook. Ad
dress E. J. Nelson, Beach.
If you want good working
horses it will pay you ti see Ed
Summers. Also Short-horn
bull.
Wanted—Two girl or boy
students to learn telegraphy.
Length of time required five
to eight months. Terms reas
onable. For further inform^,
tion inquire Western Union
telegraph office.
Room for Rent.—Furnace
heat and accommodations
bath. Inquire of Mrs. E. E.
Lloyd.
For Sale or Rent.—Six
room house, all on one floor.
Address George Irving.
Wanted—Man and wife to
work on ranch no children.
Custer Trail ranch, Medora.
N. Dak.
For Rent.—320 acres 210
plowed good buildings, and
creek. Man must be well rec
ommended, with plenty of
and machinery. E. P. j!
B^en, Mont., 16 miles!
^orHiwelfof^bi^x. 49-50|!
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For Rent—Attractive of
fice, also four well lighted liv
ing rooms. Address B. T.
Piesik.
For Sale.—Pool hall, bowl
ing alley. Inquire of Max
Bailer, pool room. 50-51
For Rent—Four-room cot
tage on the north side. Ij*.
quire of Claude Moulton.
To Trade Ford roadster
for runabout, in good condi
tion. Address Oscar Hedman.
Beach, N. D.
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