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Beach Market Report
No. I Northern Northern Winter Wheal No. Dumm Whea No. I Flax No. 2 Flax Barley Rye Above prices corrected Sept. 23 1.12 1.43 1.41 1.47 2.08 2.03 .72 1.02 33 LOCALS Don't forget the Ladies Empor. ium fire Sale. Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Olson, of near Trotters. Monday, a girl. One Day Only—October 7, spe. rial prices on al canned goods.— Nelson Farm Market. John Hoffman returned this week from a very successful hunting trip near Bismarck, this state. Mike Power,, who is managing the Power Clothing Store at Kil. deer, this state, visited at Beach several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kelley an.! family, of Modesto, Cal., are visit ing this week at the home of Mrs'. Kelly's brother, Tom Power. Mrs. H. H. Miller has just re.. ceivec1 a new line of fancy waists, Including georgettes, crepede chine and lace, she invites the ladies to call and look these over. C. E. Chadderdon purchased the lot on the corner of Blanch and North Fourth St., in the choicest residence district in the city, and has already completed 'he excavation for a modern bungalow. Dot's "Ragtime Czars" will give a dance at the Beach opera house Friday evening, yOctober 13. This orchestra has become very popular in Beach for their excellent dance music, so an en. joyable time can be looked for by the dancing public of Beach. Mrs. W. Woodhull accorn panied by Mrs. T. C. Taggart as fas as Minneapolis left for Nar ka, Kansas, Wednesday where she will visit her aunt, Mrs. E. H. Hull, for several weeks. From there she will go to Taylor, Wis. and then to Minneapolis, Minn, -vhere she will also visit relatives She expects to return in about a month. LOST—Cames Brooch. Leave at Millers Millinery Parlors. The Sunshine club will give a basket social at the Burkey hall Friday, October 13 Mrs. W. E, Stougli, of Bryan, Ohio, is visiting at the home of her son, Dr. R. W. Stougli, of I his city. The Misses Hazel and Frances Paulson left Saturday for Alpha where they will teach this coming school term. Plastering has already begun in the large residence which John Brovik is erecting on his place northeast of Beach. A deal was consumated this week whereby Joe Morris has tak en active management of the for mer Joe Brunn pool hall in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burke ind little son Jim, returned Tuesday from a business and pleasure trip from the Twin Cities and points in eastern Wisconsin. J. HoiTinan, who has opened a shoe repair shop in The Toggery, informes lis that he will also open a tailor shop in the same place in the near future. -Mrs. W. C. Williams and Mrs. S. B. Reihrn left' this week for their home in Peoria, 111., after an extensive visit with their brothers, Bert and Pete Palmer. Luther Hodgen, of near Trot ters, broke his left arm when his auto slipped after the heavy rain Tuesday. He is now confined to the Stough hospital in this city. While taking care of his hors es after dark, Earnest Randals who lives eight miles norlh of Beach, was kicked by one of them, that became frightened, and, as a consequence is confined to his bed with a broken leg. The Piesik Land and Loan Co., of which B. T. Piesik is manager, moved 'this week !to the office rooms formerly occupied by J. L. Koeppler over the First Na tional Bank. Mr. Piesik informs us that the company is in a much 1 letter position to make farm loans than ever and will' give everyone contemplating making farm loans very reasonable rates of interest. L. M. The No. 24 Folding Autographic Brownie You'll rub your e/es in pleased amazement when we *how you this latest Brownif. Ttie thinness and compactness of construction, the im proved loading fetture, thi round-cf camera coiners here's new Brownie efficiency. Autographic, of ourse, all the Folding Brownies rcw are. Takes pictures 2\ 4^. PRICE $8 00 M. P. LQVGREN 1 Mondry, of Chicago, 111., has been secured to act in the capacity of assistant manager. L. B. .Westby was a business visitor at Miles City the first of the week. If you intend having an'auction sale try the Chronicle. Advertis. ing there gets the results. Try the Chronicle for anything in job printing. If we can't do it it can't be done in Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunlap of Circle, Montana, are visiting the Welch family. The ladies of the Norwegian Lutheran church will give a food sale Saturday, October 14. All are welcome. A party was given by friends on the fifty-sixth birthday of Mrs. William Whitaker. All enjoyed a very pleasant time. You Will Get splendid value on all your purchases of canned goods at the Nelson Farm Mraket on Saturday, October 7. The Ladies Aid of the Norwe gian Lutheran church will meet at the home of Mrs. E. E. Mik kelson Friday, October 6th. Big bargains at the Ladies Em oorium. This stock has been slightly lamaged by smoke and water and will go at a big bar. gain. Mrs. Abbic Anient, mother of Mrs. C. O. Welch, received word torn Denver the first of the week that her son Dudley was very ill with pneumonia. Mr. William Kiddle moved the first of the week from the Welch residence on Fairview ave., to A. M. Wallace's residence in the east part of the city. Mr. William Buhrows, former ly employed at the Charles Let son Tonsoriai parlors, but now employed at Wibaux, made a short visit in the city Thursday. F. E. Near, who has been visit ing his little son, (who was run clown by an automobile sonu* lime ago,)at the Dickinson bos. pital says that the little feliow is ery rationable now. Mr. A. J. O'Keefe, the recently appointed postmaster in the lo cal post office, began his duties Monday, relieving Mr. George llougen, acting postmaster. He will give the people of Beach the best service possible. We enjoyed the first snowstorm of the season last Sunday evening and for several days since the weather has been anything but I he best. As usual, however, the darkest hour is just before the dawn, and today has been as nice climatically as one could desire. At the Opera House Tuesday and Wednesday, October 10 and 11, th^ LeZarre trio, featuring (lie youngest comedian in the country. Tuesday evening an ex cellent Triangle feature and a two reel comedy will be shown in connection \Vilh the vaudeville. L. E. Moffit, proprietor of the Variety store, has rented the huiiding now occupied by the La dies Emporium and will move in to the same huiiding just as soon os Mr. Schweitzer, manager of the Ladies Emporium, has sold all of his stock at the Fire Sale starting next Tuesday. It gives us great pleasure to inform our readers that Lowell Near is improving faster than was thought possible from the muiries he received in an auto, mobile accident about three weeks ago. He was brought home from Dickinson last Sunday and since bos been able to sit up at inter vals- W. E. Shoquist, employed at I he N. P. depot as operator, left ror the east the later part of last week, where he expects to visit SI Paid, Milwaukee. Chicago, De troit, Niagara Falls, New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, D. C. and, being a baseball fan, Mr. Shoquist stated that he would not miss the world series this year. He ex pected to return sometime this month. Why not pay your subscrip. tion. Four weeks until election, with lots of possibilities. Don't forget the dance at the Opera House Oct. 13th. Hugh Egan returned from a business visit to the Twin Cities. Miss Mary Newel was a busi ness visitor at Belfield Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. McDonaldj en lertained at a card party Wed nesday evening. C. L. Dawson, Atty., wasli busi ness visitor here from Sentinel Butte last Monday. Dr. Stough is enjoying a few days visit from his mother, Mrs. W. E. Stough of Bryan, Ohio. Rev. F. A. Sewrey of Whapeton this state is a visitor here today in the interests of Fargo College. Mrs. A. P. Kukowski is enjoy ing a visit from her brother. Dr. H. H. Slominski of Chicago, Illinois. An ad in this issue, of- the Chronicle gives special prices on canned goods at the Nelson Farm Market, Saturday, October 7. Miss Bertha M. Kulin left last week for Grand Forks, where she will take post graduate work at the state university C. I. Cook is at present employ ed on the Beach Advance and, we understand, will take over the management of it in.the near fu. 'ure. Joe Dilley came down from Glcndive last Sunday, where lie is employed on the Review, and spent the day visiting relatives and friends. Richard Obert of Dunnwood, Minnesota and Dick Obert ot Fergus Falls, who were called here to attend the funeral of thoir on and brother, Obert,, returned to their homes Tuesday. The entertainment given by Prof. Howard, hypnotist, at the Opera House last evening was very well attended and those pre. sent voiced their appreciation of the work done by the Professor. O. T. Griffiths, auditor for the McCabe Commission Co. of St. Paul was a business visitor here the first of the week and while in the city renewed old acquain tances. The Thompson Yards. Inc. are building coal yards at Golva. and until the time of their comple tion will sell coal from the cars to those desiring to buy same al a price made possible by the.les ser cost of handling. .Ir. and Mrs. Win. Rosenberg left today on No. 2 for Dickinson, where they will visit friends and observe the Jewish Day of At onement. The day observed is 'rom sunset this .evening until sunset tomorrow evening. They expect to return Monday. Manager IIollz of the Thomp son Yards, Inc. expects to start the construction of an additional lumber shed approximately 14 feet wide and a half a block long, in the near future. The shed will he built just south of their pres ent sheds, running east and west. I! Climax Pears Wampum Strawberries 8 oz. Catsup Compass Gooseberries Royal Anne Cherries DANCE BEACH OPERA HOUSE $ FRIDAY OCT. 13. DOT'S RAGTIME CZARS. Will Furnish Music They have won a reputation here and the largest crowd seen at a dance here for a long time is anticipated. DON'T MISS THIS A washroom is being, installed in the postoff'ice building for the benefit of the postoff'ice employe es. The .government's lease de mands such conveniences. CARD OF THANKS. Mrs Elmer Obert and family i'tk this moans of thanking the Miy friends of Beach and vi cinity for llicir kindness sh'.wn them in the recent sickness and death of a husband and father. MORE APPROVAL. what iol ways Sale Sale Sale Selling All Canned Goods at a Very Low Price Strictly Cash NELSON FARM MARKET Kindness at this time can never be forgotten. 'Mrs. Elmer Obert and family. I hereby announce my candid acy for the office of County Judge of Golden Valley county on the Democratic ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the Novem ber general election- Your sup port will be appreciated and in case I am elected I promise my entire time to the duties of the office and will tender the patrons ot it the best service possible for me to give. -CARTOON BY BRADLEY IN CHICAGO DAIIiY NEWS. FRANK FITZGERALD 20c Sat. 25c 25c 15c 20c 30c Ask for prices on case lots. Also all other canned goods not listed above. One Day Only, Saturday, Oct. 16c 15c 22c 10c 15c 22c 7th Guard Your Children Against Bowel Trouble Many children at an early age become constipated, and frequently serious consequences result. Not being able to realize his own con* dition, a child's bowels should be constantly watched, and a frentlc laxative given when neceb^«ry. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets are especially well adapted to women and children. The Sisters of Christian Charity, 531 Charles St., Luzerne, Pa., who attend many cases of sickness say of them: "Some time ago we began using Dr. Ullcs' Laxative Tablets and And that we like them very much. Their action is excellent and we are grateful for having been made acquainted with them. We have had good results In every case and the Sisters ai« very much pleased." The form and flavor of any medi cine is very important, no matter who is to take it. The taste and appearance are especially important when children are concerned. All parents know how hard it is to give the average child "medicine," even though the taste is partially dis guised. In using Dr. Miles' Lax ative Tablets, however, this diffi culty is overcome. The shape of the tablets, their appearance and candy-like taste at once appeal to any child, with the result that they are taken without objection. The rich chocolate flavor and absence of other taste, make Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets the remedy for children. A ideal a If the first box fails to benefit, the price is returned. Ask your druggist. box of 25 doses costs only 25 cents. Never sold in bulk. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. PARSON'S MACHINE SHOP. HORSESHOE'NT.—About Oct. we will l:e prepared to do all kinds of horseshoeing. Give us a trial as we have an expert shoer and can guarantee satisfactory job. Auto and Engine overhauling— Reboring cylinders and fitting them with new pistons and rings is a specially with us. Welding—All kinds of metals welded. Don't buy a new casting when the old one can be made as good as new for half the price. Wagon Work—blacksmithing shorpening discs, radiator work, in fact any kind-of machine work can be done here. L. L. PARSONS, PROP.