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Beach, North Dakota
January 25, 1934     Golden Valley News
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new ~ventions, Mr. and le civil division ~f the federal attorney's office, be- !gun suit Wednesday against Doug- ;Ins Fairbanks. Sr.. for $72.186.94 with interest from Jan. 27. 1932. ibased on the alleged erroneous re- 'fund to the actor of part of his in- ,come taxes for 1927-28-29. A copy '.of the summons was accepted in be- :half of Fairbanks. who is in Eng- ::Iand, by a firm of attorneys. The ~tlon was started at the behest of ,Attorney General Homer S. Cum- :rnlngs after governmental legal ad- visors decided no refund should ~ave been made. SERIOUSLY HURT Dewey Hughes was seriously hurt :recently when working with a grav- :el gang, when the handle of a scrap- "er flew up and struck him violently :Ln the abdomen. It was thought at first at the local hospital, where that peritonitis was from the severity of the was averted and he very well. A. J. O'Keefe has gone to Bis- marck to attend the Democratic love feast and on other business. Tom Wosepka, it is said. is still at Bl~marck undergoing eye treatment. but hopes this will be the last of that trouble. Thee. Tobias is poking around with a kink in his back caused by lumbago, with which he has been troubled several weeks. Last week H. Bury. M. B. Hogo- boom and Ed. Eide, all of Alpha, journeyed to Bismarck. where Messrs. Bury and Eide were treated for stonmctl trouble. Ed. and Mr. Hogoboom returned this morning. but Mr. Bm'y remained over for further trcatments. Ed says he is having a deuce of a time getting that little devil out of his innards. but thinks the doctors have a good hold on his tail and next time hope to get a leg and yank him out. Thursday No~u This Last Week Week Northern wheat ...... $ .64 $ .65 Winter wheat ......... 63 .63 Durum wheat ......... 59 .59 Flax ................. 1,59 1.60 Rye ................... 39 .42 Barley ............... 30 .32 Oa~s .................. 22 .22 Eggs (in trade~ ...... 18 .18 Butter ................. 15 .15 Cream .......... sour 16e: sweet Igc SAVE--Buy ~cKe~n's' ~tbatum oz. jar vapor~zJ3~ bah]~:'~speeia', 2 lighthousekee~h~' privileges very reasonable.--,~. Amelia Odman, Beach. ~ 39-1p .aDVANCE ADS GET RESULTS Penney's Great Mid-Winter I OC 98c .98 $2.35 47c $10.00 $2.98 $4.75 " and ......... : ................. 59c $1.98 98c 98c 5c 69c 98c $1.98 $2.25 J 55c Feature Values 43c 49c Z9c II IIII I Ill ~ III 49c 25c ................................. 69c I 1 p!e:~.sure o o'I +file orher. An address was given by E. O. Gauit during tile intermission, on the working methods of the M. W. A.. and was very favorably received by those present. Messrs. C. H and L. H. Callender went re Beach lasl Monday accom- panied by Arthur Black. who had received the sad news that his father had died. Mrs. C. H. Callen- der slipped on a stone step ar her uome recently and fell. cutting her 1:'m vt'ry badly. .T.CC-~ Krcrllers storekeeper at 3urk~y has ordered a carload of fio~:~ r~J oxu'as for the spring Mr, and Mrs. O. G. Cripps and daughter Ruth,,* and Mrs. I. S. Me- Conkev spent Sunday afternoon vis- iting with Mrs. W. L. Blue and Mrs. Val Leer'of Williams, According to the Advance of Jan. 26. 1912. "A. F. Irons of Alpha, who was operated on some time ago for appendicitis, was compelled to again go to a surgeon this week. He seems to be troubled with about the same pain as before the appendix was taken out. and it is feared that there is something wrong with the first operation."--Maybe it was the cussedness they missed, A1. Wonder if they got it all out? J. R. Boyer was in town today from his farm southwest of Senti- nel Butte, Mr. Boyer is one of the old timers in the Valley and before Beach grew used to do his trading in Sentinel Butte but since then has given all his allegiance to Beach. Martin Zinsli has recently had! patented a device for the improve- ] sent of binder reels." His attach- ment will enable the operator of the binder to run the reel close to the sickle and being no danger of breaking the reel. Tl~e invention, Mr. Zinslt says, is very simple and will cost but little. Ammuncement is made this week of the marriage of Miss Pearl Logan and Mr. Thos. Gilman. both of this city, which occurred at Glendive on Mr, Gilman is a1 Christmas day. popular and trusted employe of W. I J. Woods, and his bride, a daughter I of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Logan, is well ] and favorably known for her per-1 sonal charms and enjoys a wide circle of personal friendships. Mr," and Mrs. Gilman rather deftly avoided the usual spectacular dis- pIays accompanying the perform- ance of the marriage ceremony, and succeeded in keeping their friends in ignorance of their marriage until this week, when they made the an- nouncement public. Lewis Zielsdorf arrived in Black River Falls, from Beach, N. D. last Thursday, going by way of 1%0- chester. Minn., where he visited his brother l~'ancls at the Mayo hos- pital. Francis underwent an opera- tion for gallstones about two weeks ago. going through the operation nicely and now is able to walk about some, Lewis states that the weather in the Golden Valley has not been as cold as it has been in Wisconsin, but still it has been cold enough to keep buds from sprouting, P, H. Le.e is putting in a new orn- amental lamp post with a cluster of handsome lamps for use at O~e front of his drug store. This is the t~pe of street lamps now being so much used on the business streets of large cities, and when used along the street at intervals of seventy-five or one hundred feet they make a de- lightful illtmlination. Fire on Tuesday evening badly damaged the joists and basement interior of W. W, Larsen's residence. The blames are believed to have started from an exploded lamp or lantern, used to warm the basement during the absence of the family from the home, The chemical en- gine was successfully used to put out the fire but not until consider- able damage had been done, because firemen were unable to find the ap- proach ~o the basemen~ / Large bar of ~r~y's toilet soap, 5c.--Rlce Drug ~, 89-1t ~ed east with the Mr. a~d Mrs. from nm;~ Butte were Sunday supper guests and evening visitors at the Alfred Ueckert home. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith and family attended a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennenberg north of Beach last Saturday eve- ning. Mrs. Frank Dykins went to Beach Monday to consult a doctor about the infection in her kneecap which does not seem to be improving much and must be lanced before it will heal up. Charlie Kramer went to Dickinson !as~ Tuesday morning for further medical attention SOMEBODY MUST BUILD It has been estimated that there is a shortage of about 350,000 homes 1 population has kept increasing : but the depression has reduced home building to a rate below nor- real--and numerous observers ex- pect the repair of this shortage to i afford one of the big fields for in- dustrial activity as soon as the up- turn economically definitely reveals its upward swing.--Buffalo Courier- Express. Reducing the gold content of the dollar fifty percent may cut the amount of our debts in tow. but it will do the same thing ~o the money we earn with which to pay the debts. n F~ All Fine L~ndering .- LARG~'~ACKACF POUND TALL CAN LABOR PACKAQI~ 2 21 22c Chocolates2 Ibs. 29c Walnut u...,o Cellophane ,W,~.l,O Pack lb. 49c Oranges New Crop 2 dOZ. 49C Grapefruit,SeedlessLarge 3 for 23c Large, Sweet Onions Spaniah 5 Ibs. 23C TTI( $445 SEM . DE S Sizes and Widchs 1 15 to 4