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Oolden VDalley Chronicle
'Entered at the postofTice at Jteach, Golden Valley County, Sorth Dakota, as second class mail matter. THE CHRONICE PRINTING CO. C. T. Bolstad, Editor IMEHBERI N.DRA. Editor Shear of the Sentinel Butte Republican, Attorney Daw son, Carl Englund, Grandpa Kane and others of Sentinel Butte were in attendance at the political ad. dress of John Burke in this city last Friday evening.—Beach Ad vance. Sentinel Butte Republican: It would have done you good to have heard Dick Gallagher last Friday night when he introduced John Burke to the audience at Beach. Dick was once a perfect ly good Republican and held the office of State's Attorney of Bill ings county under that party but if you had heard him Fri. night you never would have known it. He is a facile sort of a person and adapts himself to circumstances and occassions most admirably —in fact he acted quite at home there on the stage among such prominent Democrats ac McCar thy, Christensen, Jim Smith, and others. The occasion didn't seem complete, though, without Jefferson—Beach is be ginning to miss JefT, already. HOW THE FARMER GETS BUMPED. The injustice that is worked on the farmers in fthe markets is not peculiar to this part of the country. Whenever a farmer has produce to sell in large quantities a "system" has grown up by •which a large share of the profit is taken out before it gets into the hands of the consumer. That has an interestin and ill. New Coal Yard Golva, N. D. Coal now on track no bin ready. Haul from car and save money. Maple Ash, special preparai ion. Try it. Hocking Lump. Reliable. ... Call On ... Thompson Yards Inc. uininating story which the Forum told last evening in its news col. umns concerning the new effort of the American Society of Equity to free the tobacco planters of the south from exactly the same kind of injustice that the Sorth Da. kota farmer has been up against M. P. Johnson, president of the North Dakota branch of the Am. erican Society of Equity, has just returned from the south where he has been helping to organize the farmers in the same kind of a movement that is proving so ef. fective in,this part of the countrv. The southerner seems to be in worse shape a» the present time than the northern farmer. He roes ag ui'si exactly the sauv» kind of a system that has proved so profitable for the grain traders of the north, but seems to be even more helpless. The tobacco mar ket ring has an iron grip on the situation. Just as happens with wheat, the tobacco raiser gets "soaked" on his cheaper grades, and in ex. actly the same way. The buyers mix the cheaper grades with the higher grades with the astonish, ing result that although only a small amount of high grade to. hacco goes into the hands of the middlemen, an enormous quan. lity comes out. A comparison of the two sys. tems shows a remarkable simil. aritv. Dr. E. E. Ladd, president of the North Dakota Agricultural college, is proving by actual test at the famous "little mill" at the A. C., that the low grade wheat that has been raised in North Da. kota this year in large quantities, is millable. Wheat that was grad. ed "rejected" has actually a high value for flour production pur. noses. The millers take this re. iected wheat, clean it thoroughly, mix it with a small amount of high grade wheat and produce splendid flour. But the big game is to get the farmer to sell his low grade wheat for a pittance. The news should be spread broadcast through North Dakota •hat the shriveled wheat that the farmer has produced has a high milling value. Don't sell it for Wm. Orr, Mgr. COMING Tues. and Wed., Oct. 10-11 LEZARRE TRIO Featuring The Smallest Child Comedian In the Country A Tritngle feature Taesd«.y in connection "The Wild Girl of the Series*'. Two reel comedy "His Wild Oats". ADMISSION 25 AND 35 BEACH OPERA HOUSE little or nothing. This is what the Equity Co.Operative exchange has been advocating ever since harvest began. It is high time that the farmers '.vere organized to protect their interests against this thoroughly organized system of market man. ipulation. CHURCHES METHODIST. Carlyle Opera House. Sunday school, 10:00 a. m., preachng, 11:00 a. m. Preston Church Sunday School 2:00 p. m. OIlie Opera House. Preaching 3:0G p.m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Ira F. Rankin, Pastor. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH. October 8th, will be Mr. Kes singer's last service in Beach and lie will be pleased to see all his friends at either the morning or evening service, or both. In the evening service there will be special music by the or chestra and a mixed quartette. NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN CHURCH. Sunday. October 15 services in Norwegian at 11:30 A. M. Ser vices in English at 8:00 P. M. The League meets in the church Wednesday, October 11, at 8:00 P. M. English services will be helcj at the German Lutheran church at 2:00 o'clock Sunday afternoon. October 15th. UPPER GOLDEN VALLEY The snow storm of last night will put a stop to threshing for a few days. Ben Herrick's team, got the best of their driver Sunday and made things lively for a time. They ran into a wire fence, one of the horses getting cut quite badly. Miss Laura McKensie who is teaching the Powell school visit ed with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sperry over Sat urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hubbard 'eft Monday for points in Mont., taking in the fair at Helena, re. turning Saturday. They report a very pleasant trip. Our progressive stage driver has purchased a large truck for freight purposes,, finding his Ford too small to accomodate his increasing business. Charles' Lewis who has been absent for some months returned Saturday for a short visit with relatives. Howard Herrick who is attend ing high school in Beach visited on Saturday and Sunday with he home folks. GLENDALE Quite a decided change in the weather occurred Sunday, when the first snowstorm of the season visited us.' We are all hoping it will soon change for the better. John Mohn started to build a granary Monday but due to the cold weather the head carpenter quil. Mrs. Holmberg visited the Glendale school Friday afternoon! Mrs. Holmberg drove home with her mother and visited over Sun day. J. B. Linger and family drove out from Beach Sunday to look after their horses in Charlie Slo cumb's pasture. Harry Clark spent Saturday evening in the neighborhood. We •aw several smiling faces Sun day so his visit must have been pleasant one. The time of the Epworth league meeting has been changed to 7: 30. The tonic next Sunday even ing will be "How spending money reveals character." Leader Mar gurite Wolff. Everybody is cor dially invited. GOLDEN VALLEY CHRONICLE Proceedings Mate of .North Dakota.) Moved by SS October 2. 1!16. Ietober 2. 1916. Nine o'clock A. M. the Board of County Commissioners met In Regular Quarterly Session. Present OdlanU and furl. Absent Lee. The minutes of meetings of July 3 to Aug., 1st./inclusive read and aprove* The Board took up the matter of bills. Twelve Noon, the Board adjourned to meet at one o'clock P. M. One M. The Board met pursuant tc adjournment All members pres ent. On request of the Clerk of. the Dis trict Court, the following Jurors were probated as follows, to fill Jury list. Henry Township 3 Pearl Township 3: Beach Township -8 Kim wood Town ship 4 Saddle Butte Township 2 Elk Creek 2: Delhi Township 2 Bullion Township 3 Sentinel Butte 5: Wana gan 2 Beach City S Sentinel Town ship 6 Lone Tree Township 7 Garner Township 2: Divide Township 2 Bull f.un Township 4 Third cofmissioner District 3. Eileen Snyder presented an applica tion for the Abatement of Taxes on Ledger Balance July 1. 1916. Collections July .'fioetions August •ullections September Ledger Balance Sc-ptember 30. 1916 .... TOT A I. Fees Collected by the Following Of ficers: Sheriff $ 214.57 County Judge 25.00 Register of Deei's 440.7ft Clerk of District Court 230.7." County Auditor (Signed) Ie\vl« Odlnnd fiu Lee 1.. K. Carl County CommlNMlonerH The Board of county commissioners pursuant to Chap. 256. Session laws. 1915 proceeded to select a newspaper to publish the Delinquent Tax list for the year 1915. The following papers having qualified by making application rnd certificates of circulation, Sentinel Butte Republican. Oolden Vajley Pro press. Chronicle Printing Company ?nd the Advance Publishing company. Moved by Curl. Seconded by Lee that the names of the four newspapers be placed in a hat. and the first name f'rawn from there should be designated as the paper, that would publish the Delinquent Real Estate Tax List. The result of i.lie drawing was as follows: The Advance Publishing Company name was drawn. Moved by. Curl, seconded by Lee. that the Advance Publishing Company be designated as the paper to publish the Delinquent Real estate tax list fo the year 1915. they should qualify by securing a $500 surety Bund, made payable to Golden Valley county for the correct and le gal publication of such Tax list in con formity with the copy furnished by the county Auditor. On the above motion all ntempcrs voted. Aye. x,ee. seconded by Curl, that the Auditor be instructed to write the State's Attorney requesting him to begin an action against Billings county at once, to collect the balance due on divisional settlement. On tlie above motion all members vot ed. Aye. Moveil by Lee. seconded by Curl, that the Auditor be allowed extra help dur ing the preparation of the Tax list for the year 1916. at the rate of $75.00 per month. On the above motion all members voted. Aye. The following bills were allowed subject to personal property taxes due nnd delinquent. R. \V. Stouprh Coroner's Fees, state vs Nick Brick $ 13.10 Guy Curl road dragging 10.80 Mrs. Sam Howden Hall Rent Primary election Oolva 10.00 S. A. Smith board for prisoners.. 17.00 R. V. Boupier court Stenoprapher, in civil case of Emerson. Branlngton vs. T.oo Kukowskl 10.00 Vhor G. Plomasen. surveying in Twps. 138—103. TwpJ34 and 144 Range 103 253.50 J. A. Arhuckle road dragging.. 3.00 .Tay W. Brown, work on Red »Trail road nnd hauling Culvert 10.00 Underwood Typewriter Co six Black record Ribbons 3-50 .Tobn Crouse, road dragging .... 42.00 Wnlkpr n-'os, and Hardy Books Sup 161.46 R. iv Mnson & Son Supplies (elec tion 1 8.3? Thompson Yards Inc. Election booth 72 B"."'' State Bank. Publication commis sioners proceedings assigned .. 16 66 John Steen care of John Dukovac. or. endine July 1 1916 91.®® A. M. Stoddard Justice Fees State vs Jessie Gordon 2.15 A. M. Stoddard. Justice Fees State vs M. H. Jefferson '-*0 A. M. Stoddard. Justice Fees State v* Ray Taylor lot 9. Block 1 of Kobinson's First Ad dition to Sentinel Butte which was taxed $141.SS. It was certified that lot 9 as described above, was a bare lot with no improvements at the time of assessment, and that the improvements now upon the same were not con structed until after April 1915. Upon investigation th» Board decided that the assessment was erroneous, thai the improvements assessed against said lot were improvements that should be assessed against Jay Brown of Sentinel Butte. Moved by Curl. Sec. onded by Lee that the valuation of $2000.00 be abated from lot 9 block 1. of Robinson's First and placed against Jay W. Brown. The Auditor to notify Mr. Brown. On above motion all mem bers voted Aye. Five o'clock P. M. the Board ad. journed to meet at nine o'clock A. M. October 3. Nine o'clock A. M. October 3rd the Board met pursuant to adjournment. All members present. The Board took up the examination of the several county Offices. Twelve o'clock Noon, the Board ad journed to njeet. at one o'clock P. One o'clock P. M. the Board of county .commissioners met pursuant to adjournment. All members pres ent. The Board continued checking. The Board of county commissioner!) presented the following report of the examination of the several county of fices. for the quarter ending Septem ler 30. 1916. Collections f26.857.45 4.134.35 4.824.S7 5.SS3.52 Ledger Balance. September 30 1916 $2G.366.K5 Collections to October 3, 1916 Checks drawn to October 3 1916 Cash in safe October 3 1916 Checks and drafts in safe Oct. 3 1916 Cash items Payments to October 3 1916 Bank Balance September 30. 1916. 941.7AO.19 THIAI, UAI,A\«'i:. 301.20 980.66 TOTAIjS S27.64S.2l 927.84S.21 Morris M. Payments $ 8.514.is' 2.990.61 3.S29.05 26.366.35 *41.700.19 $ 177.72 1.740.76 127.14 9S0.66 24.621.93 to November 1 1916 11.25 Golden V.-illey Telephone Company tel ephone service county offices to No vember 1. 1916 is.84 Treasurer Lone Tree Twp. Relief of Poor c. 3-70 A. M. Stoddard. Justice Fees State vs George Smith 20.00 A. M. Stod.lard. Justice Fees State vs Leo Kukowskl'.-.....- 3.40 lCn"t» Mohn. Witness Fee. State vs Leo Kukowskl 3-2"1 Oscar Taunt. Witness Fee. State vs Leo Kukowskl 20 Dunham Lumber Company, Lumber Brldfres 18.75 Chronicle Printing Company. Printing and .Adi'ftrtipine ^7 Golden Valley Telephone Company tel phone service. Sheriff's office up.. 30.91 A. E. Swan Treas. Stamps. Drayage & express for or. ending Oct 1. 1916 76.64 E. D. Nouens road work .... 4.00 Willie Stecker road work .... 17.50 J. H. Stecker road work 65.00 J. W. Brown road work assigned to J. S. (JQ.OO Beach Electric Co. Light service for Court House and Jail, from Oct. 1915. to October 1916 65.70 Lewis Odland Commissioner service and mileage to date 11.20 Guy Lee. commissioner services and mileage to date 12.00 L. E. Curl, commissioner services and mileage to date 13.no The Board adjourned to meet at nine o'clock A. M. October 14. 1916. MCCARTHY County Auditor FOR SALE—Cheap for quick sale, davenport, two oak dinning chairs, sanitary wash pan, rug, HufToner, small gasoline stove— C. F. Smith at Goodrich-Call Lumber Yard A SAFE TEST. For those who are in need of a remedy for kidney troubles and backaches, it is a good plan to (ry Doan's Kidney Pills. They are strongly recommended by grateful people. W. H. Seitz, deputy city audit, or, 500 Second Avenue., N W.. Mandan, N. D„ says: "My back fjrew so weak that I was unable to lift and I had a dull miserable ache through my loins. The kid ney secrelions were irregular in passage and I was obliged to get up three or four times during the night. Doan's Kidney Pills soon removed the trouble." "Over Two Years Later, Mr. Seitz said: "Whenever I have occasion to use a kidney medi. cine. I find Doan's Kidney Pills just what I need." Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy—• A Distinctive Reason What is the chief, reason forth superiority of Royal Baking Powder? There are several good reasons, but there is ens which distinguishes Royal from other baking pow ders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Bak'ng Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. his means a healthfu' fruit origin. .It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. There is no alum nor phospha'e in Royal Bak ing Powder. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York ouinot overcome th^Byst^iVdisdorerr1'6 TABLETS OttCASCSttlMCMAtMtCttKQUIfllS WE SHIP CATTLE AND HOGS From now on we will make shipments of jive stock to the twin city markets as often as the supply demands it. Our last car hogs brought $ 10.30 on the St. Paul market. Call us up for date of shipment. FARMERS SUPPLY CO. NORTH SIDE, EAST OF THE DEPOT BEACH, N. D. get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mr. Seitz has twice publicly recommended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. CALVES—About fifty head of white faced calves for sale. Write Tom Rogerson, Hodges, Mont. Up I will sell, at the Kinsey auc tion, Thursday, Oct. 12, twelve head of cows and heifers from one to six years old, all giving milk five with calves at their side. Any 'one of these would' make a good family cow. J. M McCoy, Beach (It) Big Public Auction Sale Oct. 12, 1016, at the George I. Kinsey farm one mile east and two miles south of Beach. Sale starts at ten o'clock (2t) Try our job printing. Chronic Catarrh is Curable m*n^taa°M«e^t*they PERUNA Has Helped Thousands condition?6*1'0'1're3t0rea """trength.aad belpaput Peruna has special value in catarrh: It the system, restores tone fS™ thll? #ran an*enables ¥h? 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