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Golden Valley chronicle. (Beach, Billings County, N.D.) 1905-1916, February 25, 1916, Image 2

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1 coming 2 yr. old steer
2 brood sows to farrow Apr. 1st, 10
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Sec. 32-14-60, Wibaux County, Montana, 6 miles west of Beach, one
mile west and two miles south of Yates
1 sorrel mare, 8 yrs. old wt. 1200, with foal, family broke
1 brown mare, 9 yrs. old wt. 1200, with foal
1 bay mare, 6 yrs. old wt. 1100, with foal
1 gray mare, 8 yrs. old wt. 900, in foal
1 bay mare, 3 yrs. old wt. 1100
1 bay gelding, 3 yrs. old wt. 1250
2 coming 2 year old fillys, 1 yearling filly and 1 yearling horse
colt
WED, MARCH 8th
Commencing promptly at 10 A. M. the following described property, lewit:
HORSES
7 HEAD CATTLE
MACHINERY, HARNESS, ETC. I
2 farm wagons, 1 Velie two seated buggy in good shape, 1 set of sleighs, 1 light Spritg
wagon, 1 four-section steel drag, 1 disc harrow, I McCormick mower, 1 bundle rack, 1
Satley 2-horse cultivator nearly new, 1 one- horse cultivator, 1 feed cooker 48 gallon
|j capacity, Jumbo Fanning Mill, 2 sets harness, I Malotte cream separator capacity 600
lbs. in good shape, 1 ten-gallon barrel churn, seme Caircen seed potatoes and macy
other articles too numerous to mention.
Free Lunch and Horses Fed at Noon
TERMS: All sums of $10.00 and under, cash on sums over that amount time
will be given until Oct. 1, 1916 on bankable paper.
OSCAR KILIAN, Owner
I. J. Morris, Auctioneer A. W. Roen, Clerk 1
Fifty dollar* reward is offered by the owner fcr any man caught by-bidding. Everything sells for the high $
1 red cow, 6 years old fresh in December
1 spotted heifer 3 yrs old fresh in December
1 spotted cow 5 years old, will be fresh
about time of sale
These cow sare all first class, second to none.
3 bull calves, 3 months old
adout 100 lbs. each, 3
small pigs, 40 lbs each
GOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE
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ST. CYR AND HIS WIFE
Jean Harold Edward St. Cyr's mar
riages to aoctety women who were
double, or nearly double, bis age, has
astonished society of two continents.
His first wife was Mrs. Caroline Red
field, who died a year ago last Janu
ary. During the following April he
married his present wife, who was
the widow of James Henry ("Siient")
Smith, the millionaire. St. Cyr is a
man of many graces and social accom
plishments, he is said to be John
Henry Edward Thompson of Waco,
Tex., formerly a newsboy, hotel clerk,
haberdasher salesman and chorus
man.
TREE AGAIN DEFENDS HOUSE
Six Times It Has Kept Wild Autos
From Entering Home in
Cleveland.
Cleveland.—For the sixth time in
five years a large tree in Deputy Po
lilce Clerk A. J. Kozelka's yard, No.
4506 Clark avenue, Southwest, has
saved the Kozelka home from being
damaged.
West Forty-sixth street dead-ends
at Clark avenue. The other night A!
Hoffmeyer, tiding with Mrs. Hoff
meyer in an automobile, could not get
the machine's steering gear to work,
and crashed through the Kozelka's
fence into the tree.
The Hoffmeyers were uninjured
save for bruises, but the tree was so
damaged it probably will have to be
cut down.
"If the tree comes down," Mr. Ko
zelka said, I'm going to have a con
crete pier built to take its place. This
is the second time this year and the
sixth time in five years it has saved
our home."
PLUMBERS MUST NOT RIDE
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Union Forbids Them
on Bicycle for Short
Tasks.
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WORK
GUARANTEED
to
Elkhart, Ind.—"We walk!" has been
the slogan of Elkhart Journeyman
plumbers since the passage of a rule
by the union forbidding the use of
bicycle or motorcycle in going to and
from "short jobs."
The penalty is a $5 fine. Men are
permitted under the rule to ride to
work for all-day tasks, and to use
wheels at the noon lunch hour, but
they must not make intervening trips
on wheels. They may be passengers
at any time in vehicles provided by
their regular employers.
The rule was the result of a boast
at a union meeting of one cf the men
that he had completed an unusually
large number cf "short jobs" during
that particular day, chiefly because he
used a bicycle.
GERMAN WOMEN SELL HAIR
Mother and Daughter Send Tresses ta
the United States to Aid
Soldiers.
Denver, Colo.—To obtain funds for
wounded German soldiers they are
nursing in a military hospital conduct
ed by their husband and father, Mrs.
Louis E. Ries of Karlsruhe, Germany,
and her daughter, twenty years old,
have sent their hair to Mrs. Francis
Bode, Mrs. Ries' sister here, for sale.
It has become the practice for women
in Germany to sell their hair, and Mrs.
Bode has already sold the hair of one
of her little nieces for $25 for the
same purpose.
$20,000 PAYS FOR KINDNESS
Stranger Nursed by Texas Family
While III Repays by Leaving
Them His Life Insurance.
Plainview, Tex. After bavins
nursed through a fatal illness a labor
er, apparently lacking means of sup
port, Mrs. J. D. Earnest and her
daughters here have learned that their
patient, J. M. Tuggle of Macon, Ga., be
fore his death, bequeathed them $20,
000 life insurance. Tuggle arrived here
recently seeking work, and was be
friended by the Earnest family. He
wis said to have been a. """"t"' at
peroral fraternal orders.
F.
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Considering A
Banking Change?
If you are considering a bank*
ing change and know any of our
depositors, have a talk with them.
If you don't happen to know
any of our depositors, come in
and have a talk with us.
Most of our new business comes
to us directly or indirectly through
our customers evidence of our
satisfactory service.
You'll be satisfied, too.
First National Bank
Beach, N. Dak.
STANDARD
METHODS
Chas. Erdman
Taxidermist
Mounting of all Kinds True to Life
SEND ME YOUR
NEXT SPECIMEN
ROCKY BUTTE N.D.
A Gold Medal Winner
FOR SUPERIOR QUALITY
San Francisco, California
Send for Trial Plan Write for Catalogue
THE MARTIN BAND INSTRUMENT CO.
E A 1 N I A A
HOUSEHOLD'GOODS
FOR
Two Brass Beds.
Sectional Book Cases.
One China Closet.
One Quartered Oak Buffet
One Morris Chair.
One Leather Upholstered Rocker.
One Magazine or Music Rack.
One Library Table.
One Hall Tree, with Mirror and other articles.
Call at residence on north side.
J. R. WATERS
WISCONSIN CAFE
Place has been remodeled and new
Fixtures and Booths installed. It
is now in First Class Shape—Good
Cooking and Good Service.
ESSENE,
•WtfMBWAwA
SALE
Proprietor

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