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GOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE.
BEACH, N. D. Entered at the jiostoffice in Beach, Bill ingi county, North Dakota, as second clas mail matter. Pl'HLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. W. A. YOUNG, Publisher. SuHSCRtPTiov price $1.50 per year in advance. Advertising rates 20 cents per inch. Wonder when the enthusiasm shown at the Cotnmcrsial club moot injr the othor evening existed for two voars past? We are not kiokinjr. 'but it looks very incon sistant to us. Don preach about home trade and at the same time send your orders for job printing out of town. Your home printer 0:111 do your work just as good, and in nine crises out of ten he can beat the city man's prices, because he pays much less for run ning expenses. By seuding your next printing order to this office you'll be better satisfied all around, and you'll be keeping the money at home. F.vcry property owner and nant should take the greatest pride in cleaning up and keeping their holdings and home in an admitted sanitary condition. Health is happiness. We have the reputation of having the healthiest climate and the best water in the state. Let us keep that repu tation bv all means. It is doubtful if the average resident of the eastern half of North Dakota realizes the development in the rest of the state during the past decade, especially within the past few years. The western counties will soon be as tickly populated with as prosperous residents as any other section of the state. The work of developement is going 011 rapidly each year, and the Red River valley and other sections of the state will have to hump themselves to keep up with the procession.—Forum. CONTEST NOTICE. United States Land Office, Dickinson, North Dakota, February 26, 1907. A sufficient contest affidavit having been tiled in this office by Harvey E. Hall, contestant, against homestead entry No. J4257, made June j6, 190-5, for S\V'4 s.xtion t'.v.vnilvp range 105, 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 ex st and did exist six months prior t.i Jan. 18th, 1907 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 «ii war said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and offer evidence touch in« said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. on •April 21. 1007, before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office at Dickinson, X. D. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed March n,- 1907, set forth lacts which show that alter due dili gence personal service of this notice can nut 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. Fair Exchange. "Yes, we are going to move to e» cape housecleanlng." "And so are we. If I must contest It myself, I think it will take the are new tenants two weeks to get rid of rubbish we the leaving behind." "The same here. Our house will need a mop. and soap from cellar to roof. By the way, where are you go ing?" 1 5 re "What? Y.'hy, that is where we are leaving!" "Well, I declare! Where are yoo going?" "11 street." "Why, that's where we are leaving." ''Great Scot!" •Phew!" Percheron Stallion. OWNED BY ALBERT C. HAIJSMAN residing 6 miles south "bf town. Live colt insured for $10. BEACH, NO. DAK C. E. BARBER, Beach, N. D. Range Little Beaver Horses same. H. J. BLODGETT & SON, Beach, N. I). Cattle branded as shown in out, and VHV on left hip. Horses HO on right shoulder. Rage onBulliop Creek. Announcements, Wants, Etc. FOR SALE—200 bushels of good seed potatoes—I". M. Tullar, Beach, N. D. and notions at the New dry goods Pioneer. For Sale—Good heavy draft horses, broke or unbroke.—E. E. Orr, Beach, X. Dak, Public worship next Sunday at the school house. Sunday school at 2, p. m. Preach ing immediately following. WANTED—To buy return ticket to St. Paul or Minneapolis. Inquire of or urite the CHRONICLE, Beach, N. D. A car load of stoves just received at our store. Ask to see them.—Overstad & HoAerson. For Sale—A second hand U. S. cream separator, practically as good as new.— E. B. Bronson, mile south of Rocky Butte. Lots in the second addition of the Beach town site are now for sale,—L. W. Rich ards. Estray Notice—Came to my premises, about four weeks ago, a black boar pig, weighs about 150 pounds. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for keeping and advertising. —J. E. Rich ardson. Estrayed—A spotted white and black hog, weighs about 170 pounds. Will pay suitable reward for any information lead ing to the whereabouts and the keeping of said shoat.—R. N. Halstead. Cattle herded for this summer at $1.50 per head. Plenty of good running water, also good range.—C. W. Elliott, Beach, N. Dak. Toledo, full blooded registered perch eron stallion, owned by C. W. Elliott, will stand at Beach for breeding every Friday and Saturday during the summer,--F. O. Rorwick. Those desirsng cattle herded by' C. W. Elliott for the summer, should bring them to the Old Ranee in Beach on Wednesday, May 1st. Strayed—From my place on section 19, '37"io5 last week, cream a color pony, hitched to open buggie finder please re turn to or notify me and receive reward— John H. Haigh, Burkey, N. D. A span of fourteen hundred pound work horses. Well broke, kind and gentle, well matched, good flesh. Price S400.—Frank Cannon, Wibaux, Mont. All Master Masons in this vicinity are earnestly requested to meet at the State Line Hotel, Beach, N. D., on Sunday. April 2S, at 1 p. m., for the purpose of taking action on organizing a Lodge of Master Masons.—By order of Committee. For Sale—East half section 25, town ship 140, rauge 106, except railroad right of-way. Containing 295 and sixty-eight one hundreths acres. Price $20.00 per acre. Terms, $3.00 per acre cash, balance in five annual installments with 6 r/r inter est. For particulars*vrite—A. H. Hanson, Second Avenue, Saskatoon, Sask, Canada. Estrayed—From the stock yards at Sen tinel Butte, a team, one gray mare, weighs 1250, and the other a sorrel gelding weighs 1500. Will pay Sio reward for the re turning of said team to Sentinel Butte.— J. C. Loop. Geo. Leonhard wishes to announce that he has purchased all the rank W. Smith hbrses except the Standard bred. He al so has a choice lot of the Andrew Smith horses still on hand. All 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. Smith, Wibaux, Mont., or Geo. Leonhard, New Salem, N. D. WAN'THH—By middle aged widow, place as housekeeper. Inquire at CHRONICLE office. 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 Pain Balm and wrapped the arm in flannel at night, and to my relief I found that the pain gradually left me and 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. E. E. MIKKELSON, DCA^n u. BEACH N«D 1 Cattle branded on lift si(k: as '.Mown in mark: S allow fork on left ear. Horses brand ed like cut on left shoulder.' RANGE: Wannegan Creek in Billings Co. LZ on left side on Cattle. Same on left shoulder for horses. NAT on left side on cattle. JON on left side of cattle. KARL OLSON, Beach, N. D. Cattle branded KO on left ribs Horses branded same on right jaw. Range Little a a tributaries. C. W. ELLIOT, Wibaux, Mont. Cattle branded as shown incut also AN on left hip. Horses branded on left jaw as shown on cut. LOCAL BREVITIES. Photographer Phipp's now atu dio is rapidly being constructed. Dunce ut the. opera tonight. County Judge Paxton, of Sen tinel Butte, in a visitor today. W111. Davis returned todny from St. Paul, where he spent the winter. The Pioneer store company is erecting an addition to their gen eral store, for flour and feed- Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Van Horn were callers today. John Bowler, of Fessenden, came here, first of the week to reside 011 a homestead. Noble B. Stith is developing his radium mine near Schaffer in bad lands. J. D. Halsteads gasoline engine plow rig is breaking at Joe Mu sil's today. Robert Baird, who has had em ployment in Chicago during the winter, returned to Bench today. Mi.«^ lKuigiu.s Citmo last Wil li ur from Norwaik, Wis., to estab lish Iter i'c.sku-uce 011 her home stead north of Beach. Bills are out announcing a dance at the opera on Friday evening, May 3. Sioux Falls orchestra will furnish music for the same. C. Bright and wife, of Sioux their spent the are en II. visiting Falls, S. D., are sous near hero. Thov winter at the coast and route to their homo. Mr. and Mrs. Goodrich, resid ing five miles north of Beach, are happy parents of a baby girl, born Sunday. John Fox, of Mankato, Cana da. arrived first of the week to be employed by J. W. Fox as ma son. Messrs Fox are at By) field this week completing the concrete church which was started last year. Mrs. Kortnor, mother of A. II. Kettner. died at hor home at Pino Island, Minn., this morning and Air. Kettner will depart for that place this evening to be in attendance at the funeral. Wheelock & Wheelock Land Agency, of Fargo have, opened a branch office in tho old bank building one door west of the post office. The company recent ly purchased a large tract of land in the vicinity of Burkey. Chas. Smith established his residence on his claim eight, miles west of town, this week. Mr. Smith is a ball tosser, having held a place with the northern league and several other fast teams in Minnesota and North Dakota. He will play with Beach this summer. To some it has been doubtful whether a mill and elevator would bo erected here this summer, and for their benefit we mention the fact that the material is arriving daily for the same and Messrs Brault and Thompson will be here Saturday to commence the build- A party of real estate men, namely, F. E. Near, 11. P. Rainey, E. L. Holven, J. \V. Briuton, E. Lloydo and W. P. Arnold expect to visit points, this week on the new extension of Milwaukee road, being built about fifty miles south of here. An exehange gives the follow ing copied verbatim from a notice posted in the post-office lobby at Wishek, indicates how badly the owner of a lost calf wants the ani mal, even if he doesn't know how to express himself in English:* Vone rode and vite cafe. He was a she cafe. Uis two behind legs was vite. The feller vot brings ine that cafe pays me live dollars. He was throe iniles behind the bridge. Jackson County (Wis.) Journal The first, town caucus was held at Beach, N. Dak., last week and the way the former residents of .Jackson county landed prizes was a caution. W. A. Young, editor of the CHKONICK got town clerk and justice of the peace. J. E Arnold got the assessorship. E, L. Holven will be one of theboari of conciliation. M. Laughuaue and A. L. Arnold were made members of the election board. The nominee for treasurer with drew and M. Laughnaue was named in his stead. It is simply impossible to keep Jackson county people in the background. Wkooptof Cough. I have used Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy in my. family in cases of whooping cough, and want to tell yoa that it is the best medicine I' have ever used.—W. F. GASTON, Posco, Ga. This remedy is safe and Mire. For sale by all dealers. Burkey Miss Bessie Otteson is improving her claim west of Burkey. C. Ratfield is building an adition to his claim shanty. Jas. Drysdale has moved his family to the river. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hunck were at Beach most of the week having some den tal work done. Mr. Hunck was a Sentinel Butte visitor Monday. Levi Burkey had business at Sentinel Butte Tuesday. While the Bosseman boys were bring' ing a team of "broncs" from the river where they went to buy them, one of them threw himself and died almost instantly. This is the second horse Mr. Bosseman has lost within a month. Carl Ratfield has arrived from Min nesota with machinery, horses and house hold effects and has taken up his resideuce on his homestead. His mother will join him the first of May and make this her home 'his brother and a cousin from Illinois accompanied him here. Over forty people were present at the social given at the school house Friday evening. The program passed off nicely. Especial mention is due Miss Zella Madzo in the way she spoke and sai"'/ Other selections were excellent in fact ail *•,-:•• enjoyed by everyone. Ciamcs were played and an excellent lunch served after the entertainment. This is the first but by no means the last time the people of Burkey will gather together for an evening's enjoyment. Wibaux. —From The Pioneer. O. T. Walker was a Beach visitor, Monday. Guy Richardson, Prof. Baird, and the Misses Scott, Barnes and Rice enjoyed a buggy ride Sunday afternoon. W. E. Williamson, our hustling butcher has gone to Big Timber to ship in four more cars of beef cattle to supply his customers. R. H. Vanhorn and S. B. Chappell recently purchased two cars of norses at Stillwater, Minn, They sold one car load at Jamestown, N. D., and shipped the other to Beach, where they sold part of them and drove, the remainder of the bunch to Chappell's ranch south of town. Mr. Chappell says that horses are very high and predicts still higher prices for well broke horses. Fred Pickering returned from the Dick inson hospital on Thursday evening. HIS IDEA. Wise—It's alwaya,clear in six California months out of the twelve. Green—Gee! What a cinch for weather man. the Time For Rejoicing. The editor of the Bacon Ridge Bacon came out on Main street tossed his hat twenty feet in the air. "Piaise to Provi dence!" he whooped: dancing around like an Indiau. "Are you crazy?" demanded the only policeman in the town. "What do you mean by cheering when the cyclone has carried away your office." "Th it's just it, friend. I have been cornpla ing twenty years because the cir culation of my sheet was so limited and now there's a cliahcc- of its being circu lated in four states and twenty counties. Wouldn't be surprised if one copy don't blow clear to Europe."—Ex. No 8ale After That. It seemed that his New Year poem was about to be rejected. You say December wore on," sneered the editor. "What, may I ask, did it wear?" The close of the year?" the poet altered, smiling tentatively. A. J. Reichenecker, A Guarantee of the best material, etc. is not all you get when you buy our Racine buggies you get a neatly built and light running buggy. Call and see our display when in town. We are exclusive dealers for the Racine vehicles and the likewise famous T. G. Mandt wagons. Harrisons' "Town & Country Paint looks well and wears well. Can you ask a paint to do more Send for sample color card IYER SI AD 6 HOVERSON Beach N. Dak. SUMMONS SERVICE. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA County of Billings. i' 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 10 o'clock a. m., of the twenty-seventh day of April, 1907, there to answer the complaint of Emma Reichenecker against you, alleging that yon 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 sum due her towit: Suz.tio, 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, A. MILLEK, 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 turnish ing line is now in and we are showing the most complete line we ever had in this large store of' Senerai 9/forchandiso Visit our store and get prices. For lack of space we cannot make mention of our grocervs, other than our stock is likewise complete and fresh. We wish to call your 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 and in large quantities, we can sell at the same prices as we sold last year notwithstanding the fact that the price has gone up considerable. ffieac/i 97Jerc. Company Solden Valley Saddlery Fine Harness Made to Order Whips Robes Blankets Shaps Quirts, Etc. Repairing a'Specialty A. B. KELLOGG BEACH N. Paper hanger and Decorator. All work first class. See his full line of wallpaper samples. BEACH, NO DAK. Overstad & Hoverson, Hardware Implements Furniture. Beach, N. D. 'Stockmen, advertise your brands. Price of ad and the CHRONICA $5 per year. House & Sign PAINTER, A. B. Kellogg Prop. 7 All kinds ot hauling done. Six Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings. CASH RESERVE Every business man, even the United States government itself, carries a CASH RESERVE. Each individual needs one just as much. You may say, "It takes all my income to live" but this is a fallacy. People with twice your income say the same and others wi$h much less than your income do save. YOU can do the same if you simply DE TERMINE that you will do it. Try it. We invite you to grow with a growing bank. The Golden Valley Si ate Bank CAPITAL $10,000 F. E. NEAR E. E. MIKKELSON JOHN KEOHANE President Vice President Cashier ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••MM** KELLOGG MEAT MARKET Fresh, Salt 'and Smoked Meats and Poultry. Fish, ft Oysters and other delica cies in season. Fruit, Eggs and Vegetables taken in exchange. Hides bought. Estimatesc heerfully and promptly furnished at any time. Prices are right. E. E. NOBLE Manager BEACH, N. Visit our Store and get prices on our Emerson Plows Old Hickory Wagons Superior Drills Beach, N. D. City LiveryDray, BISPH AM A HALL Proprietors. GOOD RIGS WITH OR WITHOUT DRIVERS. Special attention to land seekers. Reasonable prices. 'Dac.otah jCumber Co. LUMBER DEALERS IN BEACH, N. D. and all kind of building material. McCormiek Binders and our Jit Mine of hardware G. D. 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