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FRIDAY, APRIL 4,1913 "ens11- Baking Powder Hot Biscuit is the luxury of eating -MADE AT HOME— Tales of the Town See me for a real estate loan. P. E. Beito.—tf Mrs. J. R. Waters and daugh ter, Miss Angeline, returned from Fargo Saturday night where they have been for some- time. And now Jim looks happs,. We need a few more real estate loans to satisfy our eastern peo ple with business. The Beito Land & Loan Co.—tf. H. M. Heath left last evening for his farm located over on the Berthold reservation and expects to be gone for some time. He will be joined next week by his wife and son, Harry, who expect to leave next Monday. A- F- Bellmont returned Wed nesday from his winter sojourn at St. Cloud, Minn. Mr. Bell mont reports that when he left St. Cloud the snow was all gone there and the dust a-blowin'. He noticed some difference upon ar riving at Beach. After July 1, of this year, Un cle Sam will make C. O. D. col lections on parcels sent through the postoffice. This announce ment has just recently been made, and it means that the scope of ths parcels post will be greatly extended after that date. Col lections will be confined to mon ey order offices, but as most post ••ffices are now money order of fices, it will make the new feature almost universal throughout the country. A fee of ten cents will he charged to make the collection and parcels up to the value of $100.00 can be sent through the mail after July I and the post office department will make the collection and remit the money .to the sender. This ten cent fee includes the insurance feature, so that parcels sent through the mail r, O. D. will be insured for their value up to $50. The payment is to be made by the receiver by a money order, and the man who re ceives the goods must pay a reg ular order fee for the amount he remits* •MMr* II .1i iiiffiifL-iiiiitiniH!: ijBfffflSBKStSfijw I 4' nbM For Every Baking CALUMET BAKING POWDER Best—because it's the purest. Best—because it never fails. Best— because it makes every baking light, fluffy and evenly raised. Best —because it is moder ate in cost?—highest in quality. At your grocers. RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World's Pun Food Exp* silioo, CUeiis, IU. Fiifaf innlHna. Franca, March, 1912. Yoa don't MM money IShat tour you luy cheap or big-can baking pouxkr. Don't he mUUd. Buy Calumet. It't economical—mors mote uholuom*—gtoee bett mult*. Calumet far tuperiorta milk arti todm. Beito for loans tf J. H. Darby, of Yates, was transacting business in Beach yes terday. Frank Borth is down from his homestead near Clark, Mont., this week. Mrs. J. R. Walters and daugh ter of Beach are guests at the Gardner hotel.—Fargo Forum. Otto Stensrud of Beach, was a business visitor in the city on Friday.—Glendive Independent. John Davidson, the old timet Beach section foreman, was visit ing in the city this week, being now located at Hodges, Mont. The Bridge club entertained last Friday night at the home of Mr. and Mm. C. H. Moulton an-! a very enjoyable evening \v«is spent. J. J. Englehardt and br^e re turned from their honeymoon trip this'week and will commence housekeeping in the Sid Bean resi dence in the eastern part of the city. The law recently passed relat ing to the appointment of town ship highway overseers does not become effective until July 1st. as the bill did not carry the emer gency clause. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Reed, who are now located at Deer Lodge, Mont., are the proud parents of a baby boy, born to them recently. Mrs. Reed was formerly Miss Belle Herrick of this city. peorge Haggert, of the Hag gert Construction company, re turned from Fargo this week and is getting ready to resume work on the sewer contract which his company has with the city. On April 8th, the Social Hour Club will be entertained by Mrs. F. D. Cooper and Mrs. C. V. Knox at the home of Mrs. Knox. Mrs. Artis, Mrs. M. Powers and Mrs. Knox, committee on pro gram. F- E. Near, one of the heavy stockholders in the Beach Ad vance and promoter of a washing machine company, returned the latter part of last week from Min neapolis where he has been for some time. He was accompanied by his father, C. A. Near. We have some interesting mat ter relating to the Independent Harvester company which we in tended using this week but which was crowded out. It will appear however next week, and those farmers who have been contem plating taking stock in this con cern will do well to investigate the company thoroughly before taking-any stock—or obligating themselves in any way. The farmers of North Dako ta are pleased with the new law which permits the registry with the secretary of state of the farm names. The law will enable far mers to have a copyright name, which will be of especial value on butter, pork, milk, seed grains and articles of that nature. A small registration fee is charged and the name is then reserved for that farm for all time. Cecil Runk, account of whose arrest we published last week and who was taken before Judge Crawford, was given an indeter minate sentence of 4 to 8 years. As he was only I 7 years old he was taken to the reform school at Mandan and at the age of 21 he will be released and it will then be up to the authorities whether or not he will go to the penitentiary. Ye Chronicle editor enjoyed a very pleasant visit with E. F. Smith last Friday. Mr. Smith and wife returned from a two months visit at Los Angeles and other points in California and the coast country and he fully agreed with the Chronicle man's comment on the California country. A year ago Mr. Smith, with his wife, spent the winter in Florida and he thinks that state a far pleas anter winter resort than the west coast country. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams were called upon to mourn the death of their twin baby boys, Alford and Albert, age nine months. Alford died Friday, March 28, at two o'clock and the funeral was held on Sunday at Carlyle. On Tuesday following the death of Albert occurred, and the little fellow was also laid to rest in the Carlyle cemetery, Rev. Hogue officiating at both fun erals. Mr. and Mrs. Williams have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad loss. Max Lewison, of Chicago, ar rived on Wednesday of this week and Will associate himself with Wm. Rosenberg of this city, to engage in the clothing business. Mr. Lewison is an experienced clothing man and several yean ago held a position in this city with Mr. Rosenberg in the Mod ern Economy store, then con ducted by Chas. Glatt, and he will be remembered by many of our townspeople. The gentle men will style their firm "Rosen berg & Lewison," and expect to make a public announcement in these columns next week. WIBAUX COUNTY STILL A POSSIBILITY. According to the Wibaux Pioneer, Wibaux will go after their new proposed county by a vote of the people and a peti tion will be circulated in the new future with that end in view. Wi baux will retain the territory which was in the bill before the legislature and possibly will an nex some new territory. Baker is after a new county and they have refused to consider any proposition with Wibaux which will interfere with their plans. The territory which Wibaux expects to retaig and which Bak er is also after, comprises that territory which includes the towns of Edgehill, Carlyle, and Dennis. This country will represent about one-tenth of the territory of the proposed Baker county, but will be compelled to pay more than one-fourth of the taxes, accord ing to Wibaux authorities. This territory is assessed at $1,430, 430 and takes in about 1 5 town ships. The people in this terri tory seem to desire to stay by Wibaux for the reason that Wi baux has valuation and this part of the proposed county will not be compelled to pay high taxes to keep up the county work. Their taxes will be none higher than than in the rest of the county for the reason that all lands are fer tile and there will not be any bridges to build when the new county is organized. It will be left to the people of this territory to decide whether it would be profitable for them to join hands with Baker or stay with Wibaux. You can pay your loan if you make it with Beito.—tf. For Sale Two good houses on easy terms. Inquire of J. R. WATERS. For Sale—Set of 34x3 1-2 Im perial auto tires, brand new, for demountable rims, at cost. Frank Konczak 22-tr. Found—Pocket book contain ing money. Owner may get same by describing property. In quire at this office. Big-Four Gas Engineer wants steady position, have two years' experience and can give best of references. Frank Moore, Osakis, Minn. Eggs for Hatching—Buff Or phington eggs, Owen farm, Ver non Haven strain. Price $1.50 per 15 $5-00 per 100. Mrs. J. H- Darby, Yates, Mont.—p22-4t For Sale—Section 21 and 29, 133-94, Hettinger county, eight .miles south of Regent. Crop pay ment if desired- Easy terms. Frank L. Kilby, Bloomington, 111. —22-5t. M. F. Erickson, the horseman, returned from Minneapolis last Saturday, where he spent the winter. Mr. Erickson has charge of some of Beach's fast racing stock at the fair grounds. Position Wanted. General housework in private family. Phone 578 or write box No. 347, Beach, not later than April 7th.—It. TO RENT. Two office rooms, two rooms for light house keeping, steam heated. Also one small house. C. H. LETSON. Z-BELL HORSES FOR SALE. Ten teams of good four-year old horses, geldings, broke and grain fed, will be sold at my ranch at private sale for cash. Come early and take your pick. Ranch located ten miles south of Sentinel Butte city, on section 3, 138-104. -J. B. Stoddard, Proprietor.— Adv. tf. riust You Be Bald? What have you done to stop your hair from 'falling? Have you tried Rexall "93" Hair Tonic? If not, we want you to try it at our risk. If you have dandruff if your hair is falling out and your scalp in not glazed and shiny, if you use Rexall "93" Hair Tonic according to direc tions for thirty days, and at the end of that time you are not thoroughly satisfied with the results and will toil us so, we will immediately hand back your money. We won't ask you to promise anything. We won't even question you. We will take your mere word and return your money. Doesn't it stand to reason that Rexall "93" Hair Tonio must be a mighty good remedy and have given great satisfaction to our customers if we endorse it like this? We know of no similar remedy that is as good. It is because of what Rexall "93". Hair Tonio has done for others that we back it with our ewn money. Why wffer scalp and hair trouble or bo bald, when Kexall "93" Hair Tonio will remove dandruff, make your scalp oomfortable and healthy, promote nair growth and tedd to prevent baldness—when we will pay for the treatment should it fail to please you? We don't obligate yon to aay tbiag. Yeu simply buy the treat meat oae it, and if not pleased, come back to us empty-handed—and ws will hand back what yeu paid us. Two sisee, 60s and $1.00 a bottle. You can buy Retail "93" Hair Toais la Una eoauaunity only at our store: OTTO STENSRUD Beach TSW JGGG HOT NO. Dakota Than li a la aseriy evssy town Thwe Ml Bend GOLDEN VAllfiV CHRONICLE FOLLOW RYE WITH BARLEY OR OATS. In a talk upon the subject of crop sequence, O. C. Center, of the Better Farming Association at Grand Forks, called particular attention to crops which should follow the rye crop. He said: "Winter rye shells more or less in the field every fall, and a suffi cient amount survives the winter so that there is an admixture in the succeeding crop, which, if it happens to be wheat, is very de trimental. For this reason it is advisable to follow the rye crop with barley or oats. Thus the volunteer rye is secured in a feed crop, one where it does no dam age, in fact is an advantage. On the other hand, it is almost impos sible to clean rye from wheat, and1 the rye crop should never be fol lowed by the wheat crop. "It is important to follow win ter rye with the right kind of crop, and particular attention should be given this important point The farmers of the state can save themselves money by observing the right sequence of crop." The train service at Beach has been tied up considerable during the past week on account of wash outs both to the east and west. ING QUALITY SHOES--""KING all your past experience. 0" A Our Customer* like Them Too I Jingo Ball Moose, To* Corking New Ones For Spring-$5.00 THE MODEL Floods west of Glendive and east of Mandan has interfered with through traffic and for a couple of days the through trains were turned at Glendive and Man dan while others went north and over the Great Northern. At Glendive the water was reported to have flooded the town, the riv er overflowing into the streets. The people became alarmed, and are reported to have left the city during the high water and mount ed Hungry Joe, the mountain to the south of the city, in fear that the town would be flooded. Many of those living along the river bottom lost stock and property, Landlord Berry of the Hotel Jor dan being reported to have lost all his thoroughbred racing stock and blooded cattle. peaking about Extra Fine Suits for men and young men, have you seen the New Society Brand $25 surrs THE MODEL No longer need you dread the breaking in of new footwear if your fitting is done here, for Here we will supply you with perfect models, made over lasts that were pat terned after human feet. We can give you a shape that exactly meets your needs. Leathers that are soft, flexible, stylish and attractive. Workmanship perfect in the parts which you do not see as well as those which you do see. And added to the real worth of the footwear itself, we will give you such a perfect fitting for comfort and good ser vice as you have probably never had in We have everything in children's shoes Rubbers for the whole .family We have a shoeshop in connection with our store and sew free of charge all shoes bought of us which rip O I N M. W. POWER. MANAGER Watch Our Windows for New Things in Footwear Artist and Mrs. J. M. Baer gave a dinner party Saturday evening at the McKenzie hotel. The guests were, Capt. and Mrs. E. G. Bowen and Mary Jane. The occasion was Mr. Baer's birthday Much enjoyment ensued during the serving of the five-coure re past. After dinner the evening was spent at cards. ONE •4) W.A.Shoeman.who is manager of the Model Clothing store at Belfield, was in the city Tuesday. C. T. Thorbus and Mike Cal lahan, of Sparta, Wis-, were ar rivals in the city the first of the week and are visiting here. Mr. Thorbus is interested in the Model clothing store at Beach, Sentinel Butte and Belfield, and Mr. Callahan is a brother of Mrs. A. M. Wallace. Price to All 5 that the Lowest Always Welcome Buy or Not I Everything is war ranted good or your money back at THE MODEL MORGAN ANSWERS CALL. Rome, March 31.—J. Pier pont Morgan, the American cap italist, died here at 12:05 p. m., Rome time. Dr. M. Allen Starr of New York, called into consul tation regarding the financier a ill ness, attributed the breakdown of Morgan to the emotion caused by the investigation by the Pujo committee at Washington into the operations of the "money trust." The physician's statement which qualifies Morgan's illness as which qualifies Morgan's illness as nervous prostration, says his intel ligence remained normal until Easter Sunday. Then a gradual general collapse supervened, af fecting his digestion and mental faculties until delirium ensued. Pope Pius, greatly distressed, said, "He was a great and good man." Any New Hats? Well I Should Smile EVERY NEW AND CORRECT SHAPE FOR SPRING IS HERE $1.50 to $6.00 |THE MODEL UPPER GOLDEN VALLEY. Snow is about gone and warm ers are looking around to see if everything is in readiness for spring work. March thirty-first was Kelly Guthrie's thirty-second birthday, and the stork presented him with a fine little son as a present. Kel ley wears a broad smile and says he has two pair now that are winners. Mrs. W. E. Sperry called on Mrs. Charles Hubbard Monday. The beauty and virtue of women •to superior to the virtue and btuty xC men, bat no one can bo beautiful when in the throes of a deep-seated cough or cold. Mottling will bring greater relief than flllrs'i fS|i •ill— Sold for over half a century. Endorsed by those who use it 28c., 60c. and $1.00 bottles. about WmkilkY The Bar. Junes H. Dixon, Bsc tor fit. Jades and Hon. Canon of Christ Church Cathsdnl, Montreal, writes:—"Permit me to Mad yoa tew Hate Is atnagljr raoom BMBDPAAAT DATIS'Piinmn. I have used it with saiisfaetJoa foe thirty-firs man. ItiaapnparaMoa which toll pobUe eoaSdsaeo." PaiakHer Si .• ^:. ••-.