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GOLDEN VALTEY CHRONICLE.
BEACH, N. D. I Entered at the postoffice til Beach, Bill ingt county. North. Dakota, as second class mail matter. VY Established Nov. 1905. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. W. A. YOUNG, Publisher. Subscription price Si.50 per year in advance. Advertising rates 20 cents per inch. THE CHRONICLE S GROWTH. From a Small- Beginning Two Years Ago it lias Gained Prestige aud Popularity. In this general review of the r:ippid advancement of our surroundings, we are sure our readers will not think us ego tistical if we speak with pardonable pride of the progress of the Ciironk i.k since its last anniversary. That the Chuoxu i.k is keeping pace with the rapid growth of its home.town, if not a little in the lead, is evidenced by the fact that last May a modern drum cylinder newspaper, book and job press was pur chased from the John Brandjen Printers The Hrst issues of the THOMPSON, citifes of the state. Our-plans are to cstab lish'a large business in the printing of legal support us in our efforts to give the com munity a representative weekly that last month we were able to increase the hkos iru from a four page to a seven column quarto. These are some of the things which make it the most popular local weekly in Billings' county and assure it the largest circulation among its liest people. It is a newspaper honest in its advocacy of public questions. Chroniolk Army hand press it was made to serve us for eighteen months. Our large list then demanded a fast power press. Our new newspaper, book and job press has a capacity of 2000 impressions per hour. Machinery Co. at an expense of several and its publisher owes no political debts to hundred dollars, also a large paper cutter, I be paid for in editorial space nor does he a Fairbanks Morris gasoline engine, a mail- aspire to any appointment on ihe public ing machine, a large amount of rule, type "pap'' roll. No politician or clique of blanks, such as mortgages, contracts, land politicians controll the Ciihomci.k apd will office blanks, notes and blanks of every I not so long as the present publisher has description, separately from our regular holdoftheguidinglines. The Chkoxhu.k's newspaper and commercial printing. Our business people so nobly and unstintedly and other appliances to insure satisfactory work. I Thus we bade xl bye to the old Army hand press, and now our facilities for turning out the finest work in the print ing line are not surpassed outside the larger Responsibility $200,000. We solicite your business Interest paid on time deposits Solden Valley JLumber 2/arct Successors to Beach Mercantile Co.. dealers in LUMBER celebrated Monarch 100% Pure Paint. If your roof leaks try some of our roof paint, it will stop the leak at once and make your roof last from 3 to 5 years longer. Our prices are right and we solicite your trade.—Yours for business, R. Prop. H. J. BLODGETT, BEACH. N. D. Cattle brande, as shown in cut and VHV on left hip. Horses HO on right shoulder. were ]rinted with an and rappidly increasing subscription specialty is local news and lots of it every week. In conclusion we again wish to thank those who have thus far assisted us by their liberal patronage of advertising and loyalty in every way and we trust our business relations will still continue as pleasantly as here-to-fore. HENUY DION. l.i:sn»KST K. B. CHAi'l'EI.l.. Cashikk 'Dawson County Z7$ank Wibaux, Montana and all kinds of building material. We also handle the A. R. THOMPSON, Mgr. Peach, N. D. CLOSING OUT SALE of Millinery and Ladies Furnishings Nov. 21-22-23 50% discount will be given on millinery and great reduc tions on all the staple goods. A rare opportunity. Call and be convinced.—Ladies Beach, N. D. Bazaar, C. W. ELLIOT, BEACH, N. D.' Horses branded on left jaw as shown on cut. Rage onBullion Creek. %h! Kicli with romance, legends and hist ry is the picturesque resort in the Hid ^.anas of North Dakota, the Custer Trail ranch, about which are the works of (leneral Custer and his band of soldiers used in their last tussle in the memorable war with the Sioux Indians. The ranch is situated in the heart of the grand canjon of the bad lands, on the banks of the I.ittle Missouri river, five miles south of Medora. a town i~. .. -V 4 Thru tin- eoir.'trsy i»f Brother Siu-.ir S.-ivJn«?l Butt ?, \w s-.ilnnit Tewith lioness ot riv i,rv tss u-.i* cattle shi'.i^ed from this (.r.uaty an»l on th.* uvirVji for ?*.:\ crms p. uir.il. -sv v.nv!v ipd any a::i. nr 11:u 1 r!n- ever in-ion st.iblvi!. Thev i\-lv ronm-sl ill jr:iivii*s i-i liinys cmmtv ir.uil ih-v ..it* •r-.i at tile shi^y.in-^ i:.re. when ih,-y wtnv ln,i U".i on tii.- irs at S.*min^ B.itte. i-\ i-v. \v:us ihi *\mn:v is th.-* Chicago market, to Jour wai n- raising \v i* th. i. tiv in l.is»rv,c tr/if 1 0:1 'iv \. in th f.uh •. wiK to be the only i«"e. :i all su r» of our lowl inn r, (i iKim Vie ,«r ih ivu\ih 'an which v.aci' ut' ami cu client grazing. Mr crmriiy is one ihi* must iavoivd |£u*tions oi North l^.t.sota lor «ni %o«l cvU r.irinu an«i -.r-niiv^. ivir.u tvrtiie soil. luxuriant nuv '.\n.l .ummlruu '\\\\:w aiu' ili*.i*:! •. 'isn'riu*. am. horsis .i:\ rargo «il r.t a!r.\ si v:*.:iivly without shvin-r or -^rain. SCENES FROM HON. J. ti. STODDARD'S UAXCH. ITSTKK Tii Ail, RANCH NEAR ME DOHA fin the east sid of the stream, founded, in i.Saj bv the M,u|uis De Mores wl pro jected the id -a of shipping dressed nu atto the east instead of on the hoof. Here un are scents iamdiarto Theodore Kcmseve't .w pre: lent of the United States, for his favoric camp ng grounds and rende/.vom were in ills vicinity and he has cove ret' (every ipeh of the territory for miles atomic on the backs of bronchos—it lias been the perfecthome of the cowboy and his rount- *®r We submit herewith a picture of Geo. Oech's oat field which yielded, 91 bushels per acre. Mr. Oech raised over $5000 worth of grain this fall. He is a young graduate of the Winona, Minn. Normal and is to be congratulated on the success of his first year in business for himself. t.-» S-1 ss herds of range cat'.le. It is now a (ini|ue summer resort and in connection •vith it is operated a fe. iectiv appointed icieuda. The tijdl, bridges at.d otl'er iperatio::s constructed under tile commapd if thi- revered Ci:ter are still to be seen. I'he pejspectives are inf-st beautiful and he ent rprising man woman accom plished in the art tif i.sing a kodak will find subjects innumerable. I mlc. h:ivi:v4 never Otrcn COME HERE FOR Furniture & Hard7,l( ware. Hun.- you will iind the largest stool in Billing:- Co. from .which t« make vur selections. o.- Our Metal Beds ar designed hv the leading artists of this country. Each, style is an expression of the highest and best in artistic designing and com bines the essential qualities of strength, grace in outline and truly artistic effects. This special bed has post 1 1-16 inch filling rods 5-16 inch brass spindle 1-2 inch top rod 3-S inch height 60 inches weight 95 lbs. A full assortment of these bejs kept constantly on our floors. Dining Chairs ha\ i.' Ci. 111 l'L II r*_ sortment t' wrv brauti ful wcatlu-ivil nak (lining chairs, hamlsinm: in il'.- sijfn and imiit. For Thank.-yivirwr arc oflVriiiL them t'or $1.50 W alsu iiavv "liH.'*-!: chairs in a picker with •genuine k-atiier scat that voti can u\.t for $4.00 Call and ^-ci all of our i'urnitnrc'. In Our Hardware Department These j^oods wc take ]articular interest in showing a they rrr. are very hot we could buv and just what you want to smvc y«ur friends for a mas Christ ])ivsent. ONE POohL, Ml 1 ICHT Imkb theR«dCai OVERSTAD & HOVERSON Dealers in- Harchvaro, Farm Implements, Fur niture, Caskets, Etc. Beach, a Your 'attcnti«'«n '. is is In ii first called to a car load of Stoves and uzf: which we will be pleased to jfive you befor taking you to our display of Cutlery and Silver ware. Ranges AitlcU X. D. I N Moccasin Coffee Packed in 1 lb. aii-ti^ht cans. Four Grades. 25c 30' 35« 40c Nevei soid ir. Bulk. We guarantee satisfaction. Foi I* only bv HUSS & SUNDERS Beach, N. D. Boost For Beach, N. D. I