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iOLOEN VALLEY CHRONICLE.
BEACH, N. D. Entered at the postoffice in Beach. Bill iflgi uHUtf, North Dakota, as second clai nail matter. IJBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. W. A. YOUNQ, Publisher. iAiBtcmmo* price Ji.jo per year in advance. Advertising rate* ao cent* per i.ich. Last week onr esteemed con I 'jiinorary, t.ho editor of the Molora llorald, hud another ••cr »us attack of bilousness, and i'-i u-ual with him when so •iilli«.cod, vented his splcon upon .:»• CHI:OSICI.K. HMI' i. itonalities. We have a differ u!i! conception of what constitutes jounialwiu than that besides our rci.'h-rs are not interested in our iV!-*^na! spites and quarrels. But, i.iK-vf.: all wo cannot pormit our iv« s, nor have we any inclina ik.it io decond to his level of bar (i urn vituperation. A man's ri! character, breeding and past !. .,cciati'ns may be easily gauged i\y the* /f.nguago he uses judged hat standard we are very uiuch 'd the Editor of the Herald mi!-I measure up mighty small to any of those attributes. ct for the conimon decen of life and the character of matter that appears in our •. .'inning prevents us frompriyting scurrilous article upon us appeared in the last issue he Herald. -..• Melvin will make his pro nal calls with an automobile v"fter. lie bought one today. C. Hijsman is building a -"•••nee on his farm south of .. ,. Jennie ILiUicad and son, who spent the winter in ia, returned today. •d Coe, of Fesseuden, is i.-i.'ing a car of immigrant .i today and will cast his 1 us in our Golden Valley. Keohane of Alberta, stopjwd off here today on tour of the west coast, guest of his brother, Att v. fo.iuiie Waldo of Sioux "•!6. D., came yesterday to site summer with her aunt, i*. Tullar. 7. Vaughn and family, ac -)i«d by V. Hows, of Dale, among the new immi this week with a car of c.itt.le, household goods, -tc. new residece is being 'i on his claim two miles of town. At present the reside in Mr. Richardson's iii "V !.-e i. C. Ilangefi, of Sioux Falls is the gentlemen who will a tailor shop here next week lie Kellogg building on soconc inu\ Mr. Haugen was a cal nt. this office this morning anc cJ that he has Inseii in the for 20 years. Me has migrated here to get his boy ?agftd in farming and he ant family will reside on a claim ir hare. We bespeak for Mr usg'!!j, a good busiuess. •:J 1 I I i. 'i On"f* Wfirrnntv COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS. Medora, Billings Co., No. Dak. April t, 1907. Board of County Commissioners, of Billings county met in regular quarterly session on above date, present J. B. Stod dard and F. E. Gorham. F. W. Young assessor 1st Dist., L. F. Martin assessor 2nd Olmsted, assessor 00 all other cattle, Wo are ever .' to discuss iii a sanu and CVKI ''Miidnly manner with hiiu •jiivtl••*.rs of public interest upon icix vvo may differ. But, we ii( willing to enter into any jangle and exchange of Moved by Mr. Gorham and seconded by Mr. Stoddard that the board recend their action taken on petition presented by re sidents of Tp. 139-105, of April, A. D., We If said sum of Dist., and D. F. 3rd 2-year-old, $10.00 Dist.. met with the commissioners and agreed on the following valuation on live stock: HORSES, I-year-old, Ixo.oo 2-year-old, (20.00 3-year-old, $23.00 stallions, #150.00. CATTLE, i-year-old, 3-and-over, $10. $14.00. 12 Sheep, $1.50. o'clock aoon, on motion board ad journed to meet at 1:30 p. m. 1.30 p. m. board met persuant to adjourn ment: present J. B. Stoddard and F. E. Gorham. Application for abatement of taxes from Harve Robinson, on motion was disallowed on the ground that his valuation considered to low. The petition of residents and tax payers of Tp. 139-105 asking that *Tp. 139-105 said Tp. and R, being included in Beach school district it appearing that the petition presented the board was not in due form, in that it lack ed the required affidavits to show that it was signed by a majority of the voters of Beach school district, and that the signers thereof were in fact legal and qualified voters of the said Beach school district. Commissioners report organizing new township. STATE OF NORTH DAKCTA County of Billing*. Upon receiving a petition of a majority of the legal voters of the four Congressional townships, 139 and 140 ranges 105 and 20, 1907, 139-105, $450.00 $8.00 cows, be segregated from Beach school district was on motion approved. 6 o'clock p. m. board on motion ad journed to mtet at 9 2, 1907. 9 o'clock a. nu April o'clock a. m. April 1st 1901, board met persuant to adjournment present J. B. Stoddard and F. E. Gorham. The quarterly report of Geo. O. Reid, Justice of the Peace was on motion approved. The quarterly report of J. A. Kitchen, Supt. of schools, was on motion approved. 106, in said county, asking that the same be set off, (as in petition) and at the hearing of said petition having heard all objection. to the same, we, the Countv Commissioners of said county, did, on the April, A. D., 2nd day of 1907, proceed to divide the said township and to fix and determine the boundaries of such new township,- and to name the same Beach township, in accord ance with said petition, and designate Beach, N. D., as the place for holding the first town meeting in such town, to be held on Saturday. April the boundaries of said township of Beach, as filed and established by us, are as fol lows: commencing at the south east corner of township thence west along the southwest corner of township 139-106, thence north along the township line to the northwest corner of township range 106, 104 thence east along the township line to the northeast corner of township 140 range 105, thence south along the township line to the southeast corner of said township 139 range 105, the place of begining. Dated at Medora, N. D., this 2nd day 1907. J. B. STODDARD, Chairman of the Board of county com missioners of Billings Co., N. Dak. Attest, J. A. MCGREGOR, County Auditor. The bond of L. F. Martin assessor, 2nd district, was on motion approved. This agreement, made and entered into this 2nd day of April, a. d., 1907, by and between W. H. Melvin, M. D., of Beach, North Dakota, party of the first part, and the Board of County Commissioners of Billings county, North Dakota, party of the second part: Witnesseth that the party of the second part, for and in considera tion of the sum of $450.00,. payable as hereinafter mentioned, hereby contracts himself to the said party of the second part as its county physicira, for the pericd of one year begining on the 1st day of May, a. d. 1908, w*rrmt 111 TT ill I ttllLj da,, and agrees in a skillful, scientific and correct manner, to provide and perform all needed and surgical work for the said party of the second part dur ing said period, required for its needy poor residents therein, which medical and surgical work shall include the furnishing of board, lodging, nursing, nredicines and everything whatsoever requiste and neces sary for the proper care of the needy poor patient, resident in said county of Billings. It is understood and agreed that the board of county commissioners, or any member thereof, shall "be the. Judge and determin as to who and what are county charges within the meaning of tnis con tract. and give the said party of the first part due and reasonable notice thereof. The party of the second part agrees ou its part as compensation to be paid to the said par^y of the first part, upon proper compliance by the party of the first part, with each and all of the conditions of this contract, to pay to the party of the first part, the sum of $450.00 the same to be payable quarterly, and the said party of the first part hereby agrees to accept the VanBrunt wor ]j jn yuU any SVer The into it. lhat means also have on band all kinds of cirm machinery and a carload of wagons 3nd buggies. Call and inspect the same. annually for full com pensation for the things by said contract required of him to be preformed. In tes timony whereof the said pnrty of the first part has hereunto set his hand and seal, and the said party of the second part has caused this contract to be elected by its county commissioners. [Seal W. H. MKI.VIN, M. 1). J. B. STODDARD, Chairman county board. (Continued in next weeks issue) Wibaux. From The Pioneer. F. J. Stipek was a Beach caller on Sun d»y. S. B. Chappell left on Monday night for Duluth, Minn., where he expects to buy a bunch of eastern horses. C. A. Paulson and family departed Monday evening for California, where Mr. Paulson has invested in real estate and expects to make his future home. Mrs. Emma Reichenecker was down from Beach on Thursday. Mrs. I. S. Bispham, of Beach, is visit ing friends in town this week. Burkey Services were held in the Catholic church Tuesday by Father Dignam. There will be services again in three weeks, Apr. 24. Frank Shrum is here living on his homestead. John LaSota is working for J. Myers. Ered Betiene went to Beach Tuesday. J. Middleton closed a successful term of school at Rocky Butte last Friday. A. C. HijAnan of Beach \v«s at F. Koch's last week and bought a fine pair of Peaforsts. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Egans' baby was baptised in church Tuesday. Nic Bartell bought a team of Frank Noll. Mr. Blodgctt is building a large barn on his homestead. Mr. and Mrs. Nitcy of Yule, were at Burkey Tuesday. (Arrived too late for last issue) Fred Bettene and Mr. Fisher were in Sentinel Butte Monday. Mr. Dettene bought a team of hirses from J. Brown. James Drvdsile return 2-.1 from Wibaux Tuesday evening. Jim is kept busy these days buying and selling horses. L. D. Pa^e buoght a tern of horses of James Drysdale Saturday. \V. H. Htinc'. an.! Fra'i'c Noll are disc ing on their homesteads and planting grass seed. Joe Dixon of Sentinel Hutte, was out to Burkey Thursday. J. Bossemii a.:cid::itUly killed one of his horses Mo iiav Jim vl.n-jjtn •.•turned froiy Butte, \i l) .. tiiay. Cotidu a*. Dunlap, of Mandan, i'or today. He says theiv tnoro activity and developiiien' h. re lhan any place on his division. THE TROUBLE. He—He always knows what he talking about. •he—Yes but he talks about it all the time. Are You Going to Seed this Spring Drills to be well made of the best material, to do first g^i capableof being seeded and not clog-up in mud or gumbo sulkel ga"£ cleaner. We handle both the Fosston and Owens Mills, the best on the market. a good investment. breaking plow especially adapted for this kind of soil. THEN YOU WANT A DRILL We sell the VanBrunt drills. You can get them in both discs and shoe. You plant for profit, not for pleasure but there is enjoy ment in raising big crops. Good seeding is just as necessary as good seed. It's not only the uumber of acres, but the number of bushels pa aere that count. reputation of VanBrunt (train Drills is bu.lt on bushels p«r acre. They do first class work and do it for many years. You get more out a i-riBrunt than you put Announcements, Wants, Etc. For Sale -A good sewing machine at $18. Inquire at the CIIRONICI.II office. For Sale—100 bushels of seed potatoes. -F. M. Tullar, Beach, N. D. For Sale—Good seed rye. Orders can be left at the CHKONICL* office.—P. C. Erickson. For Sale—200 bushels of good, clean macaroni wheat, excellent for seed. J. W. Hubble. Orders may be left at the CIIRONIC.UK office. Seed flax for sale at J. A. Johnston's, nine miles south of Beach. For Sale—Good heavy draft horses, broke or unbroke.—E. E. Orr, Beach, N. Dak, For Sale—A fresh milch heifer, three year-old, also a very good draft harness. Oscar Ligk, south of Saddle Butte, Sec. Cattle herded for this summer at Seed Wheat—I have about per acre 22 bushels per acre. $1.50 per head. Plenty of good running water, also good range.—C. \V. Elliott, Beach, N. Dak. 500 bushels of No. Macaroni wheat for sale. Price 55 jents per bushel. 1 his wheat last season yielded, ou old ground, 35 bushels C. FOR SA1.E— A choice section of land or any part of the same, located live miles south-west of Beach. Will sell cheap it taken at once. Address M. I., in care of Chronicle, for particulars. A span of fourteen hundred pound work horses. Well broke, kind and gentle, well matched, good flesh. Price $400.—-Frank Cannon, Wibaux, Mont. FOR SALE—I will sell for cash only, lots 10 and 11, block 3. Original plat Beach. —Roy H. Berry, Glendive, Mont. FOR SALK—Three quarters of a section of land Yi mile from town, also finest business lot in Beach, lot 12, block 1, or iginal plat, lot 12, block 6, same plat and a choice residence lot'in first addition.— Emma Reichenecker, Beach, N. D. ESTRAVED—A team came to my place nine miles south of Beach. One bay geld ing weighs about 1300 and the other dark brown gelding, weighs about 1350,* Geo. Leonhard wishes to announce that he has purchased all the I1 rank W. Smith horses except the Standard bred. He al so has a choice lot of the Andrew Smith horses still on hand. A11 of these horses can be seen at the Frank W. Smith ranch where they will be sold at wholesale or re tail. For prices and further particulars address Frank W. Smiths Wibaux, Mont., or Geo. Leonhard, New Salem, N. D. Tenant Wanted. I will erect a store building 25 by Cures of Rheumatism. Mr. Wm. Henry of Chattanooga, Tenn., had rheumatism in his left arm. "The strength seemed to have gone ont of the muscles so that it is useless for work," he says, "I applied Chamberlain's Paiu Balm and wrapped the arm in flannel at ntght, and to my relief I found that the pain gradually left me alld my strength returned In three weeks the rheumatism had disap peared and has not since returned." If troubled with rheumatism try a few appli cations of Pain Balm. You are certain to be pleased with the relief which it affords. For Sale by all dealers. Ed Roof is building a large house on the north side of town. M. Moratid is s|)enditig the week in Minnesota. Ferdinand Loch, of Burkey, is shopping in town today. OVERSTAD & HOVERSON CONTEST NOTICE. United States Land Office, Dickinson, North Dakota, February 26, '1907. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Harvey E. Hall, contestant, against homestead entry No. 24257, made June 26, 1903, section 32, 18th, 1907 26 ESTRAY NOTICB—Came to my premises, a white gelding horse. I have taken it up and fed it. Owner please call, prove property and take away the same. A. O. Roof, ten miles north of Beach. lor SWJ» township 143, range 105, 10 both have halters on. Owner please call, pay charges and receive property.—Chas. Hijsman. 75 feet with 12 foot ceiling, on lot 12 block 3. If desired by anybody, for further par ticulars address: ROY H. BERRY, Glendive, Mont. The Medora Herald man is still reading the CHRONICLE, and judg ing from his outpouring in the editoral coluin of last week's edi tion, there will soon lie another job for the lunacy commission. by Harry Butterfield contestee, in which it is alleged that Harry Butterfield has wholly abandoned said land, has never at any time built, resided on or cultivated the same or any part thereof as required by law, that all of said defaults and failures do now exist and did exist six months prior to Jan. and that the alleged ab sence from the said land was not due to his employment in the Army, Navy or marine corps of the United States in time of war said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touch ing said allegation at 10 April 22, 1907, o'clock a. m. on before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office at Dickinson, N. D. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed March u, 1907, set forth facts which show that after due dili gence personal service of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and di rected that such notice be given by due and proper publication. S. M. FERRIS, Register. First published March 14, 1907. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, I.and Office at Dickinson, N. D., March cember and on spring breaking yielded I1.. Barber. 137 5, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Raymond Dejaegher, of Burkey, North Dakota, has filed notice of his intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim vie: Homestead Entry No. 15668 24, N., range made De 1901, for the V.% SE NW SEV & SKV NE!+ Sec. 106 said proof will be made before the Regis ter 8c Receiver, at Dickinson, N. P. on April 11. HJ07. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: James Drys dale, J. P. Brewer, John Danton, Johp Burkey, all of Burkey, N. D. S. M. FERRIS. Register. First published March 7, 1907. SUMMONS SERVICE. STATE OP NORTH DAKOTA County of Billings. In Justice Court, before W. A. Young, Justice of the Peace. Emma Reichenec ker, plaintiff, vs. A. C. Townley, defen dant. Summons—service by publication. The state of North Dakota to the said defendant: By this second summons here in you are directed to appear before me at my office in Beach, county of Billings in said state, at o'clock a. m., of the twenty-seventh day of April, $112.00, 1 J4 14, township W., 5th P. M.. and that 1907. there to answer the complaint of Emma Reichenecker against you, alleging that you owe her for board for yourself, hay and feed pasturage and keeping of stock and balance due upon steers sold you and demanding judgement and sale of the attached property to pay the sium due her towit: and you are notified that unless you so appear and answer, the plaintiff will take judgement against you accordingly. Given this 28th day of March, 1907. W. A. YOUNG, J. A. MILI.BR, Justice of the Peace. Plaintiff's Attorney. Spring Goods Now in Our entire line of spring and sum mer suitings, wash goods, calicos, ginghams, creations, mens' hats, shoes, rubbers and everything in the furnish ing line is now in and we are showing the most complete line we ever had in this large store of Seneral TTferchandise Visit our store and get prices. For lack of space we cannot make mention of our grocerys, other than our stock is likewise complete and fresh. We wish to call yfur at tention to our paints. At the high price of lumber you must protect and preserve your buildings with paint. We carry the best paints made and owing to the fact that we bought early iind in large quantities, we can sell ui the same prices as we stfld last year notwithstanding the fact that, the price lias gone up considerable. ffieach tyfere. Company Next in order will grain A. B. Kellogg Prop. All kinds Six Por Cent Interest Paid on Savings. GOODWILL Is a valuable asset in any businew and especial ly in a bank where mutual confidence cemes after years of satisfactory dealing. It is a matter of pride to us that much of our nan business comes to us upon the recommenda tion of old customers. We aim to treat every patron with such cour tesy and fairness as to secure his "good will" and thereby increase this asset of this bank. The Golden Valley Sate Bank CAPITAL $10,000 F. E. NEAR E. E. MIKKELSON JOHN KEOHANE President Vice President- Cashier A. J. Reichenecker, Paper hanger and Decorator. All work first class. See his full line of wallpaper samples. BEACH. NO DAK. Specialty Cattle branded as shown incut also AN on left hip. 'Dacotah JLumber Co. LUMBER DEALERS IN Estimatesc heerfully and promptly furnished at any time. Prices are right. I E. B. NOBLE Manager BEACH, F. C. W. ELLIOT, Wibaux, Mont. Horses branded on lelt jaw asshown on cut. KARL OLSON, Deacli, N. D. Cattle branded KO on left ribs Horses branded same on right jaw. Range l.ittle a a tributaries. E. E. MIKKELSON, BEACH S. D.. Cattle branded on left side as shown in cut. Ear mark: Sw allow fork on left ear. Horses brand ed like cut on left shoulder.! HANGS: Wannagan Creek in Billings Co. LZ on left side on Cattle. Same on left shoulder for horses. NAT on left side on cattle. JON AMI on left side of cattle. 1 I 1 House & Sign PAINTER* KELLOGG MEAT MARKET I Presh, Salt and Smoked Meats and Poultry. Fish, Oysters and other delica cies ifl season. Fruit, Eggs and Vegetables taken in exchange. Hides bought. Beach, N. D. City Livery Dray, BIS AM & HALL Proprietors. GOOD RIGS WITH OR WITHOUT DRIVERS. Special attention to land seekers. Reasonable prices. ing done. IIMMM K'OHIIIIIIIIHIIIHWilHIIWMMII Golden Valley Saddlery Beach, N. D. Fine Harness Made to Order Whips Robes Blankets Shaps and Quirts, Etc. Repairing a BACH, N. D. n. B. KELLOQO. Piepvlde* and all kind of building material. Percheon Stallion.. OWNED BY ALBERT C. HAIJSMAN residing 6 miles south of town. Live coh insured for 10, BEACH, N. DAK H. J. BLODGETT & SOUS* Beach, N. Dr. Cattle brand asshown in cm and VHV on le!' hip. Horses H(/ on right shoulde I Rage onBnllieij Creek. C. E. BARBER, Beach, N. D. Range Littlr: Beaver Horses same. Stockmen, advertise your brands. Price of ad and .tlio OHBONIOLI. $5 per year.