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You get a double sat isfaction out of your chew of SPEAR HEAD —the delicious fruity sweet flavor and the absolute assurance that it's supremely pure. PLUG TOBACCO is made in one of the most up-to-date plug factories—spotlessly clean and rigidly sani tary. That luscious, gold-brown plug of SPEAR HEAD from which you bite the tastiest, wholesomest of chews, rep resents the highest form of plug tobacco production. Try SPEAR HEAD the very best chew that money can buy. THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO. ANNOUNCEMENT I have opened a plumbing and tinsmith shop in the building formerly occupied by A. J. Wein berger as a carpenter shop—south of Eliason's hardware store. I prepared to do all kinds of plumb ing, fitting, tinwork, heating plants installed and general work connect ed with a first class plumbing and tin work establishment. J. G. PEALL, "ToV For Reliable Information Read the Chronicle vmvim am Premium Griddle ABELS from 50c worth of Karo (blue or red) and 85c brings you fine 10j£ inch alu minum griddle by parcels post prepaid. This Karo griddle, light and easy to handle, bright as a new dollar and needs no greasing, therefore no smoke. Heats uniformly all over, is very economical, will not rust, is easy to keep clean—and MAKES THE FINEST GRIDDLE CAKES YOUR MEN FOLKS EVER TASTED. This griddle retails regularly at 3.35. Send your order for the Karo Aluminum Griddle today. This offer will prove popular. Place your order promptly. The Men of America Know Pan cakes and They Know KARO At great expense we are seeking to place a Karo Aluminum Griddle in the homes of all Karo users, so that Karo—the famous spread for griddle cakes and waffles—may be served oa the most deliciously baked cakes that can be made. Our Corn Products Cook Book and Preserving Book—illustrated in full colors—prepared by America'sforemost culinary authorities will be sent free with each griddle, or without the grid- Cora Products Kenning Company New York, N.Y. DtpL R. X. P.O. Box 161 POUNDS HtT WEIGHT NEWS NOTES British Premier Asquith is said to be convalescing. Arkansas moonshine frauds are said to have amounted to $383,000. Several railroads report that the freight traffic has been the heaviest in years. Dan Lawler may enter the race for governor at the next elestion in Minnesota. The Minot Messenger lik ens the Youmans case to the cat with the many lives. It is said that during the battle of Loose in France 100 British soldiers fell per second. Miss Winnie Shear of Scran ton was among the visitors to the Golden Valley last week. W C. Taylor, state insur ance commissioner, will in all probability be out for reelec tion. Langdon will in all proba ability be the market for two million bushels of grain this year. Thirty-one million pounds of food stuffs were shipped out of Minneapolis on Octo-| ber 20. A farm twelve miles south of Sentinel Butte owned by C. A. Lundin brought $40.00J per acre. It is estimated that only half of the threshing is done at the present time in North] Dakota. John Hess, vice president of the First National bank of Mandan, celebrated his eighti eth birthdiay last week. Mooris and Son is the name of the firm that is now con ducting a general store in the town of Sentinel Butte. The hunters of Kenmare celebrated their annual hunt on Sunday. A dinner followed the event. Several nejw steel bridges are being constructed on the rural highways in Golden Val ley county. John J. McCarthy, engin eer for the American Tele phone Co., N. Y., spoke across the ocean to Paris by wireless telephone. Seventy-five are all that are left for service of the 1175 sol diers of the "Princess Pat" regiment which left from Can ada last winter for the Euro pean war. The large number of thresh ing crews in the vicinity of Harvey made it necessary for the merchants of that city to import butter and eggs from ether towns. Premier Morris of Manito ba was among the number who conferred with Canadian statesmen at Ottawa, for the purpose of having the Domin" ion government accept the terms of reciprocity. One of the oddest thefts ev" er perpetrated in this section took place at Baker last week when an Avery tractor was taken from the Avery branch office at Baker and guided to Cliama, a distance, of 50 GOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE miles. It is said that Engineer Wayland who was on N. P. train number seven which was w.recked at Sterling ten days ago was stricken with apo" plexy a few moments before the wreck occurred. States Attorney Langer of Mandan has brought suit against former County Com missioner Nick Clausen. He alleges that Clausen illegally drew from the county and ap propriated the sum named. Williams county schools celebrated a rally week. More than 300 visitors were in the city to view the many features which were afforded. Among those who took part in the piopram were A. G. Crane of the Minot normal. N. Dak. Appre ciation Week [migration to this state will be induced, not by bragging and blowing, but by setting forth actual, existing facts without mixing attempted po litical favor for some one of a boost direct or indirect for some aspiring politician. Ap preciation Week, if made a success—and it can be made a success—must be free from the taint of event suspected politics or the intent to give so mepolitician a boost direct ly or indirectly. This fact should be stated now that there may be no misunder standing and that any person or newspaper that attempts to inject a sly political boost may be properly called to account. The trouble in this state has always been that nearly all moves of the character of the so-called Appreciation Week, have been tainted with politics and made use of po litically by aspiring politicians and their friends, and that has always done a great dam age to the cause that it was claimed was being promoted. During the coming Apprecia tion Week, the press and men who influence it, should be watched very closely to see that political taint is kept out. Every week in the year should be appreciation week in North Dakota. There is no state in the Union, with the possible exception of Minne ota, wherein there are as many and favorable opportun ities for the average man with out means to get on in the world, as in this state, but the idea should not be put out that one can get on without work. Industry, energy, and willing ness to work are needed here, as elsewhere, and with these there are great opportunities and an inviting field for all classes of honest people, and especially for those who want to get farm homes. Appreci ation Week, if kept free from political taint, will be of great benefit, but if tainted political" ly will be detrimental and damaging. It is the duty of everybody to see to it that it is kept right and not abused. Watch the press and the poli ticians. MORE OF VILLA FOLLOWERS ARE SURRENDERING. Douglas, Ariz., Oct. 26.— Major Cervantes and approxi mately 200 soldiers for the ad from Carles, General Pablo 4 THE CHRONICLE Is read in nearly every farm home in the Golden Valley. the Farmer's Paper and therefore the best MERCHANTS' MEDIUM, fjlf you are not a Chronicle reader you are missing something worth while if you are not advertising in the Chronicle you are losing business. ^Ee wise, read and advertise, in BEACH'S LEADING NEWSPAPER. vance guard of Villa's army invading Sonora, arrived at Agoa Prieta, opposite here, yesterday, and surrendered to General P. Elias Calles, the Carranza commander. Surrender and amnesty were arranged beforehand by long distance telephone. Had Sharp Fight. It was stated that Cervan te? and his men escaped only after a sharp fight with pursu Villa cavalry at Esquada. A detachment of Carranza troops aided the deserters. A num ber were killed and wounded on both sides. According to a statement Lopez, commanding a detach ment of 600 of the Villa ad vance guard, also desired to surrender, but telephone ser vice was interrupted before ar rangements could be complet ed. The entire strength of the Villa column at Esquada is said to be between 1,200 and 1,500 men. Prisoner Confessed. Brownsville, Tex., Oct. 26. —C. Flores, a Mexican pris oner, today confessed that he participated in IJaist Monday might's train wreck and mur der, near here, according to a statement from the sheriff's department. The alleged confession in' volved several other Mexi cans, and leads the officers to believe that they are on the trail of the raiders of the re cent Texts border terrors. Four deaths during one week in the McVille vicinity. New-Way Wonder for Corns, "Gets-lt" The Big Surprise for Corn Owners, It's Sure, Simple, Safe, Quick. Listen to tho wee story of "Gets-It," the world's greatest corn remedy. It's a short story,—only about two feet,— "Mary had a little 'Gets-It,' and corns upon her toe and every time Stop JTi*»ry citmI Ksii'mrrapsmont I.lk9 Vfcis V.l.h IJasy "Cel t-It." she put on "Cots-It,' the corn was sure to !,o." Mary, like thousands of others, u.s.d to to a heroine, suffering martyrdom, iisiiiiT painful bandages, irritating sr. Ives, tape, toe Jiair.e.'Mes, hi'ioil-brin:'!:: razors arid scissors! Klio nays litre's no sense in it. \J--c. .'t.--It," ai'f.ii' 1 in seconds, ilnsy, .simple, .new .v-.iu»t pnin!.-s com mon sen.- '-'. Mi'lio'i.s ai'j »i' iif-c it. Never f".iIs. You war .--mailer shoes now. You don't liav to limp mound any more, or w.i'k on t'i. side nt your shoes to try to utt away in in your corns! You know fir sere 1-rforn y«n use "Gets-It"that tho corn "r callus is going away. For corns, calluses, warts and bunions. "G.-ts-Tt" is sold liy all druggists, 25o»bottle, or sent direct by E. Law rence dtCo.,Chicu!ro. Mold in Jicach anil recommended as the world's best corn remedy by HICK & PIGItCK. The Chronicle is Tile"Wonder Car One-Man Mohair Top The new Maxwell is equipped with a one* man real mohair top. It can be raised or low. ered almost in an instant, by one person. There are no top bows near the driver's seat. This gives the driver and passenger beside him an unobstructed view on both sides of the car. The storm curtains are quick-adjustable. We are waiting to take you (or a test ride in the car that has broken all low "First-Cost" records, and is breaking all low "After-Cost'' records. •OneManMohairBp Electric Starter Demountable Elms ^^^^^kEectricLiq/itf Upin Vision Windshield Jp jMaqnrfo Ignition F.O.B. DETROIT everyP^adis a Ataxn/ellfyuct HUGH EG AN, Agent, Beach, North Dakota. Correspondents Wanted If your locality is not represented in this paper, write us at once as it should be. Do it todc.* Put Your Neighborhood on the Map now.