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Hand in your news items. Chas. Kenyon was in from liis ranch the first of the week. J. L. Milnor was a business call er from the raucli, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eggert were brief visitors at Beach, Tues day. Mr. Walters, of Carlyle, was a brief business caller here the first of the week. Miss Ethel Pickering was a guest at the Sommerfield ranch Sunday and Monday. John Sliibley was a brief caller in town, Monday, fron his ranch north of town. Messrs. F. P. Leiper and R. E. Hathaway were Sunday callers from Gleiulive. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Arnestad were guests in the city, Sunday, from their ranch. Harry Brintou and Mies Knudt son were Bench guests at the dance given here Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Phil St. Jacque, o?„Beaeh, were guests at the Gra ham several days, this week. The Ladies Aid society held .their meeting today at the grove, on Beaver Creek, north of town. Jim Smith, the land man, and Mrs. C. F. Griffith and daughter, Miss Violet, were in the city, Mon dey, from Beach. Mr. Gilbertson, formerly of this place, and Miss Effie Kellogg were up from Beach to attend the dance Friday evening. Messrs Geo. B. Donaldson, Chas. Cornell and N. A. Baldwin, were up from Medora on business the first of the week. Messrs C. H. Moulton, H. C. Jensen and Wife and Miss Clara Hougen were brief visitors in the city, Monday, from Beach. Mrs. G. Sommerfeld was a visit or from the ranch Tuesday. Miss Ida who has been spending several weeks in town, accompanied her on her return. Mrs. Jacob Meyers received a message from her former home at Wheaton, Minn., last Thursday, bearing the sad news of the death of her father and left for that place the same day. Prices will he the only cheap thing at the Beach Photo Studio during August. Work and mounts will be high grade in every respect. Call and take advantage of the re duction now r on, Paul Lynch and sister. Miss Beatrice, who have been enjoying the past month with friends and rel atives at their former home in Sioux Falls, S. D., returned home on Tuesday evening. Messrs H. Mullendore, J. C. Kinney and Al. Davis, and their wives were nutomobilists to Glen dive, Tuesday, where the gentle men attended the horse sales, while their wives visited with friends. Mrs. F. J. Stipek and daughter, Miss Pheobe, returned to Wibaux on Tuesday, after spending several moil tlis at Omaha, where Miss Pheo be, took treatment for rheumatism. She now enjoys much better health. Messrs. Thos. E. Brown, manag er of the general office of the Mid land Coal & Lumber Co., at Miles City; Manager James, of the same company's branch at this place: E. E. Jordan, and Liveryman Wolfe made a flying trip to Baker, fn the latter's auto, Tuesday, returning the same day. Hnve the Pioneer print it! A. E. Jeffers speut several days at the Cate City this week. Miss B. Yeakey is spending the week with relatives at Glendive. Read the new ad. of the Wibaux Mercantile Co in this issue. Ben Greene, Beach's star ball player, was on our streets Monday. S. D. Bovee was iu from Cedar on business, the first of the week. E. E. Berry and little Son, of Preston, are guests at the Graham, today. W. H. Damon, of Baker, was calling on friends here the first of the week. L. W.S hotwell, of the Edge Hill ranch, was a brief caller in town, Wednesday. A. C. Knudtson, the Carlyle merchant, was in our city the first of the week. P. F. Finlan, of Moorhead, Minn., was registered at the Pick ering, Sunday. L. E. Waldo transacted business in Wibaux, Tuesday, from his farm northeast of town. Miss Udermann took up her res idence on her claim, near Wibaux, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Wells, were visitors in town Tuesday from their ranch at Beaver, N. D. Burl Chappell, of the Exchange Bank of Glendive, was visiting his parents here over Sunday. Operator Berven, who is now sta tioned at Hodges, was calling on friends in town, Wednesday. Postmaster Williamson had fifty two new look boxes installed at the postoffice the first of the week. C. B. Calvin, of the Calvin In vestment Co., at Miles City, was a business caller here Wednesday. H. D. Dennis shipped three cars of cattle, from this place, to the Chicago market, early this morn ing. Miss Oneita Howard, of Sioux Falls, So. Dak., arrived on Tues day evening for a visit with Wibaux friends. F. W. Lucas, of the Sentinel Butte Saddlery Co., was here call ing ou his customers, the first of the week. Miss Ida Breitenfeldt who has been assisting at, the Graham for the past month, retuned home Wednesday. D. L. Muggah, of Ellsworth, Wis., is here this week looking over the fine opportunities in and around Wibaux. T. E. and A. W. Straley, of the Edge Hill ranch, were callers here, Wednesday, while enroute to their former home at Marion, Iowa. Mrs, T. J. Lynch and Miss Ger trude Doyle were visitors in Dick inson Sunday, and incidentally at tended the Wibaux-Diekinson ball game. Messrs Jordan, Sutherland, Schutte and liveryman Wolfe drove over to Glendive in the latter'scar, Wednesday, where they attended the horse sales. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Ingle return ed o; Wibaux, by way of Glendive, on Tuesdny evening, nfier a few week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Berry, nt Gossett. Dr. O. R. Niece, Robt. Gauge and E. J. Chapman in company with C. T. Genzel, as chauffeur, drove over to Sentinel Butte in the Wolfe auto lfest Sunday afternoon,. ! FURNITURE I HAVE YOU SEEN OUR. LINE ? Chiffoners Sewing Machines Commodes Davenports Baby Carriages Beds a.nd . Lounges Sanitsry Cots Dressers. Come in and see our big chair, its the best ever , If in Need of Farm Implements Come and buy of us. We will give you fine goods at low prices. We have a good line of Hardware, and are improving our stock of groceries. Let us give you prices on Gasoline Engines and Threshing Machines. We also sell Zenoleum sheep dip. Jordan-Pickering Company Wibaux, Montana Have you forgot to boost? W. J. Zimmerman, of Dickinson was in the city on business, Satur day. \ Alex Mero, who recently return ed from an extended visit with his sister in New York, purchased two lots on Second Ave. So. where he erected a fine cottage and will make his home. C. L. Working, the Jeweler, de parted on Thursday evening, via Terry, to Ryder, N. D. for a brief business visit. His brother, Clar ence, of Dickinson, who is also a jeweler by trade, is here to look af ter the shop during Charles' ab sence. V SCHOOL NOTES. The trustees have decided on Mon., Sept. 7th, for the beginning of the school session 1908-—09. As Monday is Labor Day—a le gal holiday— school will open on Tuesday, Sept. 8. I trust that each one will make special effort to be enrolled the first day, as well as the last, for the first and last days of a school term are two of the important ones. Listen for the bell. F. P. Baird, prin. BEACH Chronicle, July 31,— James A. Haigh, of the Beach Land & Loan Co., reports the sale of a half sect ion of wild land south of town a bout two miles, at $26.00 per acre. Harve Robinson, president of the Sentihel Butte bank, was a Beach visitor Wednesday, ceming over in his auto. A. L. Martin came over from Sentinel Butte yesterday to attend a directors meeting of the Farmers &Merchants Bank. Sheriff Wills was up from Me dora on Wednesday on official business, having an order from Judge Winchester raising the in junction on the building formerly occupied by Phil St Jacque. A benefit ball will be given nt the opera house on August 12 tor Miss Agnes Hogan, who recently lost her house by fire and all her personal belonging, including her piano, on her homestead near Car livery, jfeed S Sale Stable f Automobile livery in Connection * R. H. WOLFE, PROPRIETOR. Horses Bought and Sold iPhone 16 •••••••••••«« tLhc UAibaux Dray line Service Prompt and Satisfactory 8 • 8 8 8 • UUIbaux, Httontana 8 Kreso Dip is the Best Dip! Don't run any chances by using an infer ior article but use Kreso Dip and insure results. Every gallon guaranteed. LEAVE ORDERS AT THE DRUG STORE. C. M. ALLEN Wibaux, Montana. lyle. Atty. L. A. Simpsou was a Beach visitor from Dickinson on Wednes day. The Senator says: " Never at any time or in any part of North Dakota, have I seen such crops as they have at Beach and_ Sentinel Butte. They are good." C. B. Crosby, of Preston, who has a homestead south of Steward ranch, was at Beach last Saturday doing business with our merchants. Dan Philips, the big sheep man who has a ranch about 50 miles southwest of here in Montana, was at Beach on Wednesday transacting business. He went to Dickinson yesterday morniug aud returned last night. The Misses Peek were at home to their friends last Saturday ev ening. The eveniug was pleasant ly spent and the young people de parted at midnight after partaking of dainty refreshments served by the hostesses. Fr. Van Den Hen vel was present aud assisted in en tertaining by rendering several se lections on the piano.