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ONE Copyright, The Marvel Palaces at the Panama-Pacific Exposition 1918, Have Your Fortune Told. Madame la May, the renowned clairvoyant and trance medium will be in Beach for a few days only and is stopping at the Gil bertson block, room 4, where she gives reading to those desiring her services. The madame comes highly recommended from var ious points throughout the state and has recently given some re markable demonstrations of her occult art Call afternoons and evenings. Sundays included.-—11 The Ashley creamery has start ed to. manufacture buttermilk cheese. This is said to be the first effort MM Copyright. 1913, by the Panamai-Paclflo International Exposition Co. ONE OF THE MINOR COURTS AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. NlTof the minor courts that will open out from the great Exposi tion City upon a vast tropical garden upon the south. This court, a marvel of tropical transplanting. Is south of the Court of Four Seasons. It Is designed by Mr. George W. Kelham. Copyright. 1913, by tbe Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co. COLOSSAL SCULPTURES AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTER NATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. picture shows tbe colossal column at the entrance of the Court Sun and Stars on the esplanade on San Francisco harbor. The spiral of tbls column leading upward will symbolize the endeav ors of mankind. The other picture shows one of the figures, four teen feet In height, that will surmount tbe colonnade encircling the Court of Sun and Stars. These figures, of which there will be 110, will each support a huge artificial jewel four feet in diameter. At night the Jewels will glitter with reflected lights. ever made in the state. This will utilize the buttennilk. which SJr /,VJi by the Panama-Pacific International Exposition Co. FACADE OF FESTIVE COURT AT THE PANAMA-PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, SAN FRANCISCO, 1915. FACADEMr.architecturalthe of the superb East or Festive Court, one of the most beautiful creations of tbe Panama-Pacific Exposi tion. Louis a Mullgardt, architect of tbe Fisheries build ing at the World's Columbian Exposition tn 1893, Is designer of this court, which will portray splendors of oriental architectural heretofore has practically been a waste material. If the plan works successfully other creameries in the state will engage in the manu facture of the cheese. Wanted—Plowing and seeding or double discing and seeding, to do. Have power outfit. Chris G. Johnson, Phone Spruce 71.— Adv. 20tf. 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 For Sale or Trade lor Live Slock—Big four tractor in good condition, with plows, cook car, blacksmith outfit, oil barrels, etc $1200. Phone 58K, Beach.—16- For Dyspepsia If you suffer Stomach Trouble, and you try our remedy, it won't •oat you a -cent if it fails. To -prove to you that indiseetio ad dyspepsia can be thoroughly lieved and that lUzall Dyspepeia Tablet* will do it, ws will furnish ths medicine absolutely free if it fails to give you satisfaction. The remarkable success of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets is due to the high degree of scientific skill used in de vising their formula as well as to the care exercised in their manufacture, whereby the well-known properties of Bismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin have been properly combined with Carminatives and other agents. Bismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin are constantly employed and recog nised by he entire medical profes sion as invaluable in the treatment of indigestion and dyspepsia. Their iroper combination makes a remedy ivaluable for stomach relief. We are so certain that there is nothing so good for stomach ills as Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets that we urge you to try them at our risk. Three sites, 25 cents, SO cents, and SI.00. You ca* buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets la this community only at our store: OTTO STENSEND Beach naJfeggjlM, N^ot. There Is a Rnnll Store in nearly every town ind city in tbe United States, Canada and Great Britain. There Is a different Rexall Remedy for nearly every ordinary human ill each especially designed for the particular Ul for which it is reoommended. The Hull Store* are America's Greatest Oni| Stores CLOVER We have often called attention to the fact that every farmer should whenever sowing grass of any kind In clude some one of the varieties of clover. If you expcct to use your land for meadow purposes then one of the larger varieties, viz., the Mam moth Red or Common Red clover would probably serve your purpose best. If you expect to use the land both for pasture and for hay, the Alsike clover will serve your purpose best. While on the other hand, if you expect to pasture the land, then we would recommend a combination of Alsike and White clover. There are several way9 In which one can obtain a stand of clover. The first under consideration is to com bine clover and timothy with winter wheat, sowing them at the same time along the last part of September, Clover should not be sown at this time, however, provided you are par tlcularly anxious to obtain a stand. Clover sown in the fall will winter kill very badly under normal condi tions and for this reason it is not ad visable to sow clover during the fall of the year. With timothy It may be sown with the wheat at the same time, either scattering the seed in front of the drill or by sowing the seed first and drilling the wheat later, then covering it by the use of the peg tooth harrow. The clover may be sown just before it freezes up in the winter, but we do not recommend this practice, because of the uncer tainty of the weather, but prefer wait ing until spring to sow the clover seed. During the latter part of Feb ruary or the first of March, Just be for the spring thaws begin and when the land is in a rough and frozen con dition is the best time to add the clover seed. The heaving due to freezing and thawing will cover the seed sufficient under most condi tions. However, if the land is sandy this practice might not be successful tnd we do not recommend it but on the other hand if your soil contains a large amount of clay you could expect success by following this method. Another way of sowing timothy and clover but one which requires a little jjore judgment on the part of the farmer is to sow the wheat in the fall and add the clover and timothy in the spring alter the land has thawed out an4 the surface be*"we dry. Th« Fodder left in the shock will lose from 25 to 40 per cent of its feeding value, besides it is a bad practice to say the least to haul it in as needed during the cold winter days. Better plan to stack it if possible. To shred the fodder, you will find more eco nomical than stacking. It is usually a good practice to turn the cattle and other stock into the corn stalits for only a short time each day until they get accustomed to the change in the nature of the feed. See that they are provided with plenty of good water. Better begin to look up the alfalfa crop. Every corn belt farmer should have at least ten acres of this valuable crop next year. You can't raise your protein any cheaper in any other way. ALPHA. L. E. Knapp has been doing inside finishing work on the hous es of Louis White and John Sch weigert the past two weeks. Walter Barnett and family spent a few days in Beach and Sentinel Butte last week visiting with friends. The local farmers' threshing company has purchased lumber and erected a shed for their sep arator on the Hogoboom place. The company reports its business in very good condition. Several new telephones have been added to the Alpha rural line within the last two weeks. J. C. Westergard has yet to establish his phone and the* number will have reached its capacity, as the by-laws allow only twenty phones on the line. Farm work hat opened and most of the farmers are wearing the smile that won't come off. And well they may, for although work may be hindered on ac count of the wet weather, there is a prospect at this time for an other good year. So what is lost in not being able to get in a large acreage mil be made up by in creased yields. .The base ball team finally got GOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE if away with their dance, on Fri day night, April 4th. There was a fairly good crowd, and nearly every one expressed themselves well pleased with the time which was .given. The new uniforms ar rived this week and the boys are expecting to play their first game at Sentinel Butte on April 20, providing the roads-are good and the Butte boys can give us that date. Manager Eide is trying to arrange for a game with the Beach "Wow-Wows," also. While dismounting from a horse one day last week, Louis Fashing who lives & few miles north of Alpha, very narrowly escaped serious injury, on ac count of the horse becoming frightened at a paper which Mr. Fashing carried in his hand. The foot of the rider was removed aiiimal broke away before the from the saddle stirrup, and Mr. Fashing was dragged several rods before the horse stopped. The horse finally stopped when he came to a wire fence and Mr. Fashing succeeded in releasing himself with no worse injuries than .a sprained ankle and a few other slight bruises. The Carlyle debate did not materialize after all, although word was not received of the in tention of the Carlyle people un til Friday morning. Consequent ly, a considerable number of peo ple came from some distance to hear the debate. They were not entirely disappointed, however, as three patriotic champions of the women offered themselves as willing sacrifices upon which the disappointed regulars might vent their spleen. There was consid erable dissatisfaction expressed at the failure of Carlyle to appear, and the general sentiment is that this is only another case of "pe dibus frigidis" (excuse our disre gard for case) on the part of our Montana neighbors. Col. McNeice of Beach has been busy in this vicinity recently writing up new members for the W. O. W. lodge. For Loss of Hair We will pay for what you use If Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does not promote the growth of your hair. In all our experienee with h&ir tonics the one that has done most to Sair lip our confidence is Rexall "93", Tonic. We have such well founded faith in it that we want you to try it at our risk. If it does not satisfy you in every particular, we will pay for what you use to the extent of a 30 day treatment. If Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does not remove dandruff, relieve scalp irritation, stop the hair from falling and promote a new growth of hair, come back to us and ask us to return the money you paid for it, and we will promptly hand it back to you. You don sign anything, promise any thing, bring anything back, or in any way obligate yourself. Isn't that fair? Doesn't it stand to reason that we would not make eueh a liberal offer If we did not truly believe that Rexall "03' Hair Tonie will do all we claim for it—that it will do all and more thaa any other remedy? We have everything there is a de mand for, and are able to judge the merits of the things we sell. Cus tomers tell us of their success. There are more satisfied users of Rexall V93" Hair Tonie any preparation we sell. Start a treatment of Rexall "S3" Hair Tonie today. If you do. we believe you will thank us for this advice. Two sixe bottles, 60c and SI. You eaa buy Rexall "M" Hair Tools fa this community only at our store: 0TT0 STENSRUD Beach TW SHHKJIM NO. in the United It's a Matter of Common Knowl edge that This Store is Leading in the Shoe Business A glance at our windows and a chance to let us show you how Courteously and Intelligently we serve you will tell WHY we lead L. a N NOTICE. All outstanding storage re ceipts which have been issued by the A. H. Lytle Elevator may be cashed at the Golden Valley State Bank.—Adv. 24-2t. TO FINANCE THEMSELVES Continued from page one) 1 he said, but it brought the farmer $50,000,000 less. "What should the government do?" he inquired. "Clearly it should make a definite start at the right place in the right way, to give its aid to the correction of this situation, which so vitally con cerns every man, woman and child of its citizenship. In order to create a marketing bureau, clothe it with almost unlimited dis broke. 1 gray mare, 6 yr». old, weight 1350 1 gray gelding, 5 yrs. old wt 1350 1 Span dapple gray horses, 5 yrs. old, weight, each 1200. 1 Brown mare, 6 yrs. old wt. 1300 1 Brown gelding, 6 yrs. old, wt. 1300 1 Bay gelding, 7 yrs. old wt. 1100 1 Brown gelding, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1450 1 Bay mare, 10 yrs. old, wt. 1400 4 Sets heavy work harness 1 Single driving harness 1 20 Disc Monitor drill 1 8ft. McCormick binder with flax attachment. 1 Champion mower 1 Tripple disc John Deere plow 1 Sulky plow 1 New P. A O. gang plow 1 Moline disc 1 Four section steel harrow 1 Two section steel harrow 1 Hay rack 1 Cultivator FREELUNi lO o'clock a. m. Having sold my farm, I now offer for sale at public auction, AT MY FARM 4 miles north and 1 mile east of Beach on Friday, April 25th, the follow ing described property: 9 Head of first class horses all well 1 New Wagon with 125 bu. grain tank 1 New 10 barrel water tank 1 Double-box wagon 1 Two seated buggy 1 Single seated buggy TERMS OF SALE—All suins under $10 cash over that amount time will be given on bankable papers to Nov* 1,1913. 5 per cent discount for cash on all sums of $10 and over. No Property To Be Removed Until Settled for. fMSE&WM. ABERNETHY Beach CO W. POWER. MANAGER cretion, supply it with adequate funds, and place upon it the re sponsibility of working out and helping to apply such methods of sale and distribution of farm pro ducts as would insure to produc ers reasonable staple and remuner ative prices, and to the nation an adequate food supply, and I may add that the individual citizens, the civic and business organiza tions of a country must help in this great work. It is a work for the nation, it must be a work by the nation." Thompson discussed reasons why the farmers are not effective ly organized, declaring that the greatest reason was that they were unwilling to pay enough money to obtain able managers. Also it is not enough that they, should Auction Sale FRIDAY, APR. 25 One new grind stone 1 Gurnsey cow, fresh 1 Red cow will freshen May 1 1 2-year-old heifer, will freshen May 1st 1 Calf, 2 months old 3 Polen China brood sows, will far row in June 1 Fine Poland China boar About one hundred full Mood single comb Rhode Island Red fHtkfni 1 Dresser, comode, dining-table and ..chairs 1 Steel range 1 Heating stove, 3 beds, writing desk, sewing machine, studs, dishes and man otPer articles to numerous to mention. About 300 bushel of Early Ohio po tatoes Several tons of hay HORSE FEED AT NOON. Auctioneer OWNER APRIL 18* 1*13 (PUUHUHM put their money into an organi ation, they must put themselves ino it. "Many of the farmers' organi zations of the northwest were started by certain outside inter ests for the sake of their own pe cuniary gain," he asserted. "Cer tain manufacturing companies have organized local creamery companies in order to sell cream separators, or perhaps in order to dispose of creamery outfits, at from $500 to $1,000 in excess of the market price. We may rest assured that whoever does the organizing will be apt to look after the interests of the organ izing body rather than to be es pecially concerned in adapting the organization to its own pur ft pose.