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GOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE.
BEACH, N. D. Entered at the postoffice in Bcach, Bill ing!. county, North Dakota, as second clas mail matter. Established Nov. 190S. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. W. A. VOL'NO, Publisher. Subscription price fi.jo per year in advance. Advertising rates io cents per inch. Name of Funds. Bal.Jut. l,'0t Collections State General 17-01 7,632.30 State Bond Int. 3-40 601.89 State Wolf Bounty School Poll Fines & Co. Emergency County Auditor ife 2.50 j5-J3 Leasing school land County Treasurer iff !S County rhys:c:E.n vo.oo Poor '73-5° Boarding Prisoners Sheriff, Deputies anr. i3c.i: r'= Books and Stationery- Printing and Advertising Furnitures and Fixture- Cash on hand Uncollected Taxes Ki «4-05 •JO2.45 .Election Expenses 854-10 Fuel, Light and court -1,506.89 742.32 080.21 *\i*essed Valuation tor Pritt Year. 1905. Valut of Farm Lands "value oi City and Village Kewe'-tate Value of PersrwJ Property Trta! with our binder: and twine N Teachers' Examination Program for teachers' -examination to be held in the school bouse in Beach August 30th and 31st 1907, Friday A. M.: Reading Rules and Regulations-^ to 9:10 Preliminary 9:10 to 9:30 Second and Third First Grade Grade Subjects. Subjects. Arithmetic 9:30 to 11 Algebra Civics ri to 12.. .Phys Geography •M35-49 forfeitures •JO.OO School Districts A.11 btate nnes, oenahy interests & income J, 376-08 Co. Wolf bounty V- Co. protection for live stock P. M. U. S. History .1:15 to 2:35 Geometry Geography 2:35 to 4 Psychology Theory & Practice....4 to 5 Physics Saturday A. M. Language & to 10:13 Physiology fit Hygiene 10,15 to 11:15 Reading 11:15 Total 401.7J Apportionment zi. 79 J, 008.63 County General iO,055.83 County Sinking 0-395-44 S33.34 County Interest 030.30 S:8.82 State bond sinking -•35 1.91 Land Com. fees 321.00 .Private Redemption Xsacbers Institute 12 ii'j.OO Outstanding County Officers of Billings County Chra. Co. Com.. I- B. Stoddard. Com. ut p!«i. F. H. Gorham and T. F.Roberts States Attorney, John Keobane Supt. oi Schools, J. A. Kitchen Surveyor. l.evi Bqrkey. 10 4,430.62 2,040.02 J.$30.Q2 s-: T'-tf.'.- 5S.O04.73 3 Co. Treas.. Deputy aaci Cie:.-.-- 60.00 .no.00 V449.00 4,659.00 0,984.52 5,376.08 3,663.08 3-352-37 .04'J.00 i.i-57.92 7i,539-57 2,158.28 249-5° 200.00 Keg. Deeds, Deputy f.nO. Cler'-.- -•534-23 County ludge 49: 63 States Attorney f.^0.30 Superintendent e: Sc.-.ow 575-21 County Assessor? 5i 3 9-00 4,000.00 2J.706.89 6,4l4-25 IK- ot ability («uaranty 10:15 Orthography 12 :15 Receipts and Disbursments in the County of Billings for the Fiscal Year Ending June 30th 1907. Payments. 7,679.9* 605.29 4P4-?« 2,021.42 21,283.99 7,228.78 '•449-12 3.06 321.00 591.II 23-32 Bal. June JO- 7.481.38 589.64 393-78 1.969.26 18.204.8S I7.54,-35 REMARKS checks against the above Auditors and Treasurer's Annual Report of Billings Co. N. D. Outstanding Warrants Funding Bonds Due State Due School District 32,321.34 Assessed Valuation 403,947.00 35,414.00 1,090,326.00 3,509,687.00 Cc. Judge, J. A. Paxton. Clerk of Court H. Gilbert. Sheriff, C. F. Will. Keg. Deeds, G. Burgess. Coroner. H. Feldhusen. is an attraction not to Jamestown Exposition mountains, the Hudson and the watering places of the East neotion with an Exposition trip. Ask hav rake: mowers. Durability Efficiency Excellency ^reliability Invincibility Pupil'* 8tb Orade BumlMtloa. It appears several children from around Beach wssh to complete the 8th grade ex amination work before the schools com mence. An examination is therefore set for Monday and Tuesday, August 26, 27, at the Beach schoolhouse, commencing at 9 o'clock. This will be for the 8th grade completion only. 23-32 .i, .*67.00 Co. 00 3,512.00 0,443.87 2.103.82 1,147.00 54065 595-34 780.74 34-74 3,628.34 1,857.92 6,876.94 1.857.92 3,830.92 3,046.02 49,812.00 21,706.89 Detailed List of Warrants Issued During the Fiscal Year Ending June 30th, 1907. Co. Live Stock Association 130.00 Misscelaneous 1,204.75 Rent 326.00 Clerk of District Court 549-98 Jurors and Witnesses Dist. Court 777.75 Stenographer District Court 69.50 Justice Fees, Justice Court 43-75 Witness & Jurors Fees, Justice court 306.60 Coroner's and Jurors Fees 149-05 Co. Com. and Mileage, Dist. No. 1 156.80 Co. Com. and Mileage, Dist. No. 2 151.50 Co. Com. and Mileage, Dist. No. 3 180.00 Assessed Valuation for Current Year, 190*. Value of Farm Lands Value of City and Village Real Estate Value of Personal Property missed in your trip East this summer. Norfolk. Fort Monroe, and Newport News are historic spots, and there are many interesting side.trips to Richmond and other places that can be made. See the Adirondacks, the Catskills, the White Northern Pacific Agent about fares, etc. Northern Pacific Railway A. M. CLELAND. r.r*al Passenger Agent. St. Paul. Minn. UacilK Blliijiios Mandt Wasrons County Superintendent of Schools. Mrs. Dunlap and two children, of Man dan, and Mrs. Dunlap, of Beach, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ander son at this place.—Pioneer. Until further notice my meat wagon will be at the Carlyle store Wednesday of each week.—J. C. Gile, Beach, N. D. Funds Deposited 98-53 15.65 10.43 52.16 3.079.11 7,228.78 734-12 71500 306 332.00 591.11 9.00 Amount In Interstate bank In Golden Valley 16,535.18 6,649.13 23.1S4.31 cash in banks $1,477.42 Warrants on wolf bounty are about one month behind' State of North Dakota, County of Billings. J. S. Snyder Treasurer, and J. A. Mc Gregor, Auditor of said County, being sev erally duly sworn, on oath say that the ex hibits and statements herein contained are correct as appears frofci the books in their respective offices. J. S. Snyuer, Treasurer. J. A. McGregor, Auditor. Subscribed and sworn to this 13 day of August, I907. Statement of Delinquent Funds in Billinfs County. Date of Last Call for Payment of Warrants on County Gen eral Fund Feb. 1907. Warrants Issued Today on County General Fund Will be Paid on Demand. Name of Bondsman for Billings Co. Treas.: Northern Trust Company, Amount. Si5,000.00 453-2S 13,000.00 1.423-77 540.65 15,417.70 980,577.00 20,000.00 1,150,562.00 Total 2,151.13900 in con- IiA RD W A RE. ACHIN ERY AND. FURNITURE BEACH, N. D. Zthe jfCappy Ttfan jCeyal, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Dickinson, N. D., July 10, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Josephine Markey of Beach, N. D., lias filed notice of her intention to make final commuta tion proof in suppan of her claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 2300 made Dec. 21, 1905, for the SE '4 Sec. 18, Tp. 141 N., R. 105 W., and that said proof will be made before the Register & Receiver, at Dickinson, N. Dak. on Sept. IS, 1907. She nemes the following witnesses to prove her continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Joseph Cram er, Karl Olson, Daniel A. Hall. Peter O. Peterson, all of Beach, N. 1"). S. M. Ferris, Register. First Tub. Jul. 11. Notice is hereby given that Thomas Kranick, ot Beach, N. D., has filed notice of his intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim, viz: Home stead Entry No 17860 made July 22, 1902, for the N. E. Sec. 20, Tp. 140 N., R. 105 W., and that said proof will be made before Register & Receiver, at Dickinson, N. D.,-on September 17, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land viz: Chas. V. Kaox C. E. Barber, Henry Feldliusen, J. D. Halstead. All of Beach, N. D. S.' M. FERRIS, Register. First Publiseed Jul 11, 1907. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Ofgice at Dickinson, N. Dak., July 16, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Jurdan D. Halstead, of Beach N. D.. has filed notice of his intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim, viz: Home stead Entry No, 17910 made July 24, 1902, for the NE,1*' section 10, township 139 N., range 106 W., and that said proof will be made before the Register & Receiver at Dickinson N. D. on September 17, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of the land, viz: C. E. Barber, C. V. Knox, Thomas Kranick, Henry Feld husen, all of Beach N. D. Receiver at the U. S. Land Office in Dick inson N. D. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed May 2S. 07 set forth facts which show that after bue dili gence personal service of this notice can not ba made, it is hereby ordered and di rected that such notice given by due and proper publication. V".s y«?- is the user of Moore's Nonleakable Fountain Pen. Positively the best pen on the market easy to fill and never leaks. Comes in Ladies' and Gents' sizes. Sold every where at the same price. Try one and if you do not find it the best pen you ever used your money will be refunded What wonder men should say, "oh fudge" When Fountain Pens their fingers smudge: Be sensible and find the cure By using "Clean to Handle," "Moore." ffieach 'Drug Co. Miss To Helen Barber is employed as stenographer for the Ciolden West Investment Company. Miss Ruth Smith has accepted a position with the "Republican" of Sentinel Butte. Father Dignam was up from Dickinson to conduct services Tuesday morning and remained over yesterday to visit friends. E. JJ. (iiirmo of the Montana National (iatml* lias returned after a iouph of months in camp in western Montana and Idaho. the NOTICE FOR I'l BLICATION. miles north of town, from now until next Department of the Interior, Land .spring at Sr. per ton, .Will have it mined Office at Dickinson, North Dakota, ^nd ready for loading. July 10, 1907. #,A S. M. Ferris. Register. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Dickinson, No. Dak., Julv 19, 1907. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Ira W. Stotsenberger, contestant, against homestead entry No. 2720, made March 20, 1906 at the U, S. Land Office at Dickinson, N. D., for the EJ2 and lots 1 and 2 of section 30, town ship 137 N. range 104 W. of the 5thP. M.. by Nils R. Anderson, contestee, in which it is alleged that said Nils R. Anderson has never built a house upon said land or es tablished his residence thereon, or maintained his residence upon the said land for any length of time whatsoever, that ihe said Nils R. Anderson has wholly failed and neglected to improve or cultivate the said land in any manner since he made entry therefor and that he has abandoned the same for more than six months last past and that all of said defaults still exist and continue that said abscence was not due to his employ ment in the Army, Navy or Marine Corps of the United States during time of war: said parties are hereby notified to appear. respond and after evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. m. Sept. 2, 1907, before Karl Olson. Notary Public at his I office in Beach N. D., and that final hear I ing will be held at 10 o'clock a. m. on I Sept. 12, 1907 before the Register and S. M. FERRIS. Register. First I'ub. July 25. CONTEST NOTICE. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office at Dickinson. N. D.. July 10. 1907. A sufficient contest affidavit having been filed in this office by Eugene H. Dow and Hattie Dow, heir-at-law and widow of Eu gene Dow deceased having been substi iuted as contestant, against homestead entry I No. 25655, made Bismarck series, Sept. 1, 1903, for the NE.V of section 12, township 13K N range 103 W, by John Murray, de ceased whose heirs are unknown, contestee, in which it is alleged that said John Mur ray is deceased and that the said heirs of the said John Murray, deceased, if any there be, have not complied with the home stead laws in respect to residence or culti vation at any and all times since the de cease of the said John Murray that said defaults have existed from the demise of the said John Murray entryman, and still continue to exist, that said default is not due to their employment in the Army, Navy or Marine Corps of the United States in time of war wherefore, said parties are hereby notified to appear, respond and otter evidence touching said allegation at 10 o'clock a. 111. "on Oct. 3. show that after due diligence personal ser vice of this notice can not be made, it is hereby ordered and direoted that such notice'be given by due and pro- 1 per publication, I "Yes." "A—" "You go to and the receiver was indignantly hung up. It should be the pride of every resident of a city or village to speak well of it whenever they may be in conversation with a stranger. The progressive citizen will not fail to take advantage of every opportunity, and to interest them by lett ing them know the advantages offered by bis own town. The man who can not do this, who has not a good word for his own town and its citizens, should never be guilty of saying a word to its disadvantage. I Public I will sell coal every Saturday, at my mine on section 16 eight -J. E. Richardson. One "A" Too Many. A number ot yeara ago, when the present second assistant secretary of state, Alvey A. Adee, was thlr assis tant, an employe ot the state depart ment was called to the phone. "Will you kindly give me the name ot the third assistant secretary ot state?" asked the voice at the other end of the wire. "Ades" "A. D. what?" "A. A. Adee." "Spell it, please." "A." "Yes." LEASING, PAINSTAKING RINT1NG PROMPTLY RODUCED at OPULAR PRICES. The Chronicle office. Solden Valley Saddlery Fine Harness Made to Order Whips Robes Blankets Shaps Quirts, Etc. Repairing a Specialty A. B. KELLOGG BEACH N. D. E. E. MIKKELSON. BEACH N. 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. Range: Wannegan Creek in LZ JON 1907 before the Register and Receiver at the United States Land Office in Dickinson N. D. The said contestant having, in a proper affidavit, filed July 10, 11)07. sel forth tacts which S. M. FKKKIS. Register. Life Insurance. For tuemv-iive cents you can now insure 1 yourself and tamily against any bad results iroui an.attack oi colic or diarrhoea during 1 I the summer months. That is the price of I a Ikittli: of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedv. a medicine that never wn* km-un to fail. -Buy it now. it mav snv** lift-. For sale bv all dealers. F. E. NEAR President A. B. Kellogg Prop. Billings Co. Same on left on left side on Cattle. shoulder for horses. NAT on left sifie on cattle on left side of cattle. H. .1. BLODGETT «V SON. Beach, N. D. Cattle branded as shown in cut. and V'H\i on ieft hip. Horses HO on right shoulder. Kaae •••r.Bnllion Creek. HARRISONS "TowntCounHyPainr Is a boon to house owners. So worry about varying of shades tor bad wear. Sarr.jr'.t card (sent free) shows col ors in" tasteful combina tions. Town & Country is everything a paint should be 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 with 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 State Bank CAPITAL $10,000 E. E. MIKKEL50N JOHN KEOHANE Vice President Cashier E. H. HALL Proprietor. GOOD RIGS WITH OR WITHOUT DRIVERS Special attention to land seekers. Reasonablepricc-s. 'Dacotah jOumber Co. DEALERS IN LUMBER And all Kind of Building Material. Estimatesc heerfully and promptly furnished at any time. Prices are right. E. E. NOBLE Manager is a Fine Crop of hay and grain now grc To haul your grain to market, you need a new wagon. Come in and get an OLD HICKORY. Every one guaranteed. Frank Noll, -DEALER 1N- Farm Machinery The Walter A. Wood Binders. Mowers and Hay Rakes. Extras and Repairs for the same. Bnrkey, No. Dak. Gile's Meat Market Pays the highest market price for cattle, hogs, poultry, and hides. Meat' sold by the side.or chunck.. *h." fe©s?Spg Javings^ I 1 I KELLOGG MEAT $ MARKET Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats and Poultry. Fish, Oysters and other delica cies in season. Fruit, Eggs and Vegetables taken exchange. Hides bought I I in Beach, N. D. The City Livery BEACH, N. D. BEACH, N. In The Golden Valley To properly care for it you will need GOOD MACHINERY. We sell the MeCormic Binders and Mowers—the BEST EVER MM D. LOVELL Beach, N. D* C. Site, iProp. i., ti-vrUfc*