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OUR MOTTO: AS GOD GIVES US LIGHT TO SEARCH FOR THE RIGHT. THAT WE WILL PURSUE WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVRILLANCE."
VOL. VII. NO. 38. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY. MON ANA, FRIDAY JAN 9 52.co FIR zSAlR
THE WAY TO SAVE
is to buy an article that
you really wi.nt and at
Librar R;ht pri. e. We can
un t ny dollars
if you will buy here.
iiew and we do not urge
you to buy against your
AM orders Large or Salsl delivered to any part of the city.
Realember Pbo.e 88.
WATSON'S CASB GROC'Y
DO YOU NEED A STOVE?
Elmhurst Base Burner Hard Coal Heater
eed fak Retort Lignite Heater
Royal Oak Retort Lignite Heater
Wilson Hlt Blast Lignite Heater
Baltic Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood
Caronaf Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood
Lustrd Cook Stove for Lignite or Wood
Meter Cook Stove for Lignite or Wood
For Sale at Lowest Prices by,
S. S. MOEN,THE HARDWARE
St. Paul Hotel
t NEAR THE DEPOT)
Mrs. Peter Belleu, Prop.
Ev and Up-to-Date. Fine airy
C , - n Mont.
CITY DRAY LINE
L. B. SCHOW. PROP.
Gray lo Done on Short Notice
at Reasonable Prices.
OULB , SON. CDONTANA
TI- HARNESS SHOP
Brenna & Schow, Props.
A lar4 stock of Ilartents. Horse Blankets, Rops, Whips,
Halters, Bridles, Curry Combs, etc.
Old harneaarepared and made
t to look i.k new. Culbertson, Mont.
In the filling of Prescrip
i too much care
sýGl~llto have the
drugs the purest and best obtain
wOT t able. The care of the patient
- j&.,j. often dope ids on lits important
matter. Physicians are always
Se.* pleased when we fill their pre
acri-tions for this reason: Our
complete and1 low priced
VALLEY DRUG CO.
Stafford & Huxsol, Props.
RIVERS AND HARBORS
J. Z. Bruegger Gives a Brief Outline
of tie Work of the Conven
tion at Washington.
WORK OF GREAT IMPORTANCE.
Much Preliminary Work to Be Done Before Congress
Will Act in the Matter of Making Neces
At the requtet of numnerous citizens I
will give a brief report of the action of the
Rivers and Ifarours Convention which
convened at the nations Capitol Dec 9th.
The delegation present. some 320o.
met at to:jo a. mn. at the new Williatd
hotel on the toth floor which has a capacity
of seating 5,uoo people. The hall was
elaborately decorated with flags and maps.
etc. All but two states were represented
in the great assemblage, and later events
proved it to be one of the most enthusi
astic gatherings ever hell in the city of
Washington. l). C.
After the l'resident of the coaventain
had called the meeting to order and gave
an ozuine of toe object of tie mevitng,
prayer was offered, and thtin Vtce Presi
dent Fairbanks deliveredl . very enthus
astic spiech in whtch fte fac irod tie pro
ject, lie was folowed by 'rei'lent Gont
pers if to lmnrac.,a l e-leration of Labor
who asotalked very elofuet.ly about the
propeisef sche ne;: and with markez. energy
espoutsed tte employment of American
lfon. J tseph Cannon, speaker of the
House on uretenatives wis then called
upon an l tie very ea rne-stly urged the
undert;ktfag, but gave the convention to
understaed that there would have to be
somethtny definite to work on: that the
schemte hed old fi smltce .il rivers asti knr.
bors and water course. which would tend
to benefit the traffic of the nation. lHe be'
lieved in making it an issue in the next
canmpaign, and that any nominee for a seat
in Congress who was nut favorable to the
improvement of the waterways of the
country, shoeld be defeated.
Hon. Champ Clark of Missouri was the
next congressman called upon. He stated
that for a3 years he has been in favor of
the improvement of the waterways, that he
knew what it wsuld mean for the people:
and he emphasized the fact that any pro
posed 'project that ignored the improve
meet of the Missouri river would not go.
Prominent men from Canada and South
America were present and spoke favorably
for a feasible plan to uring about the mat
ter. Andrew Carnagie was present and
expressed himself in favor of the scheme.
After reviewing the dascussions of the
various speakes, the sint and sub
stance of the whole matter resolved itself
into this: We, as A nation, must work for
accomplishment of the proposed project.
We most empluy the best and most como
petent engineer in the land to take charge
of the prehiminary work Hie must have
competent assistants to help him.
The preliminary work wilt consist of sur
veying sites fur d -cks. making estimates
of probable cost of each and every river,
harbor, canal and waterc nurse in the
country. Topographic surveys maps aid
charts will be required, all of which will
cost a great sum of money Proportitn
the cost of every proposed improvemrnt
Noticeof Annual Meeting of Stock
holders of the Montana Star
Notice is hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders of the Mr a.
tana Star Telephone Company, a corpora
tion.will be held on Tuesday, the tath day
S, at two ocI k in the
aft. , at the ofie of said
corporation in Stephans' Ha" in Culbea t
son. Valley County, State of Montana. for
the following purposes:
First--To hear and act upon the reports
ets of the officers and Board of
Second.-To edect a board of mine direc
tors for the ensuing year
Third. -To transact such other business
as may properly and legally come before
Dated at Cuibert'nW. Valley County.
Montana. December 19. tgu8.
1. L. Bro ks.
Attest. President of said corp ration
(Corporate Seal) 3713
Whes syes*eed a loas on ypar fars see
R O. Mesikta.
into to equal payments thus giving every
part of the country a "a ft.re deal." Con
gress would then have athciling definite to
flow to raise this auto for preliminary
work without asking Coutgress for an ap
propriation was the ques.t I proposntl
a plan which seemed to meet with the
approval of all who heard 1t and it i- thin.
Make up a subscription list and ask every
liberal minded person who wishes to srv
the watercourses of the country muadle car
riers of freight etc, to sua'scribe to a fund
for preliminary work; to .igree to pay $T.os
east4 year for two years; that trustworths
personas be appointed toreceivs- aii intcy,
and that the lists be kept on file at the
Capitol of the respective ties in wtit hI
the sums are subcribssi; if t it would Ise
possible to raise approxtila.tly $:t.1,0t0.
per year which would lik.-' te amile to
carry on the preliminary aiurk and it
titung in some kind of di t.'e shalit tv
port to Congren, for its aiipf val.
The beiefits that wono I icc urs to tl.e
whole United States c-. sIaiccll le
Speaker Cannon. in his lj mntaks stated
hat it might be prro c, .' to issue. falti it
a given sum, say live hoti2red titulton sb1
lars, at the rate of tifty ni soul dollars .t
year for ten years and has nine of thirn
come loe wletn we are iu mour Itl ie
iered it would not ie a .v i llen ot
tLar pv.-u . to uys* . * l '."
of surmise. Without the irelatir.y wyti k
it would be hard to even # 11om iimate the
cost. Bitt let the cost be twice or ttic. a,
niuch. it will redound to iti ru it of the
nation and to the present gr-t "'at on f r
the greatest achievement on the Amnrt..an
continent if the scheme be brought to a
If this or any other plan is accepted b}
the National committee which was appoint
ed by the conventi in assembled, let us all
put our shoulder to the wheel, sa to speak,
and help it along.
lieing tae only representative of Moni
tans. out of the whole delegation appointre
by lits lEtcelency Gov. Norris, all of itte
committee work witch should naturally
have been divided among Montana s diam
gation fell npon me. Nevertheless, believ
ing that lion. F. E. Stranahan of Fort
Bienton was the logical person, by reason
of his being at the head of navigaton of
the Missouri river, and for other reasons.
I considered it a pleasure - in having him
named as Montana's Vice Presiacnt of
the Rivers and Harbor, Convention lot
the ensuing year. I feel confident that he
will be - credit to Montana and will give
a gi d account of himself and render excel
lent service to the people and state of Mun
tana. well knowing that he has a dificelt
position to fill. When be sends an appeal
to the people of Montana to lend aid it,
this great project let us all respond with a
right gooa will and --the money as welt.
J. Z. Batuusitss,
' Delegate from Montana.
The Pura Food Law.
Secretary Wilson says. "One of the ob
jects of the law is to inform the consumer
of the presence of certain harmful drug. in
medie." The law requires that the amount
of chloroform, opium, morphine, and
other habit formsng drugs be stated on
the label of each bottle. The manufactur.
ers of Chamberlain's Cough Remsly have
always claimed that their reamedy did not I
contain any of these drugs, and the truth
of this claim as now fully proven, as no
maention of them is made an the latal.
This remedy is not only one of the safest,
but one of the best in use for coughs and
coads. Its value ha. oeno proven beyond
question during the many years it has been
in general use. For sale by Valley Drug
For one sorrel gelding with white face,
weight about goo pauads. branded II L on
left front tag. fas been lost since Oct. a.
igo8. Has two other brands, one like C
e right kiad leg apt so edeanite brand
ow right frost lq. Five dellas reward
will be gives f u lnae leading to his
* senery , et Was o.a so.......
37Ps T ss4. Mseu.
OPERA BALL OPENE9'
With a GranJ Bali on Christmlas
Night at Culbert
I he Tane & 131st Oplfra 11a1l
was )rpefld on Cilri.ini1t. nigit by
a gratin ba~ll. g.iven n11dcr iii. ails-i
of which Mdi k ['liii1. Is iN i'resi
dcit ,mnti C S Stit iii.l, Secretari.
:Ailuii 8 1 (.0 I 4i1,' wt re prrsent
Alid all ".ijuii'~a ii .l.ii uc.siuin Ir. Il
UttiiiUJ,. NIily .it I tit 1tidih. NwtCrt'
new a.ii.I ti rlidiii ii d resut.v iiiiiie
Specitilly ior Iii. OCqCASI . 'the
thie- %%'t it, .,l whirl tuij in theh
iitc a-:1 iiiIllii.)o Ithi p 4)lCx lII. 0
011'.iiic Squtie di.45( was
p1..' iid lip Ito litidiiigii AS list- tjiia
drlil e itut il'o~ii gonue oiit of sltihe
thii Wii Al' d- a15 05e iji 1. aid t.ielll
li te town. Ti,4.' sceiie oa t he
S'.tgowatt set I .sr .1 drai i tg rouuil
'fne~ ii tiltl ii iii- h"igh is iii hard
01+1.15 .111dii itii-NLt Aii itltdl5 daiic
1544Ž4t.4. V. ' tit Stl.iiii 0.1;1 Ciedii 1.10
iii. "liii . Ill for ) t o l. p on Otti S Uti
t'u i s V.it, .1. L ( it id.. itih lv y
The ~titti }'.it. Ha uta J, iut 4.t:
till t i I tt I'iijii it tver
C)N ltit thu il~ilt il ii 01t 1I.4.1 5h1
lust i"gtltl .1tiui ict tll iii ido Chit rust.
[let hia, vi the Romic.nce of tlce
Lind of the Midnight Suit. One
of the ito..t beautlini i olev, of the
Northland eyce wtittec-, is Marie
CoretlI's popular novel under the
above title. The sctetes are laid
at the hiocue of Olal Guldmcar. tlhe
lact of til. Vikiogc't, believed to be
a desenecdect o1 uIce Gods o0c the
banks ut AltetcV Fjord and at the
palatial houe of Str Pisilep Erring.
tute its Loudoc. ' he theme is a
stucs 01 tie Eecglhshmeae's visit to
the Lind of tce Mi dnight Suci
where he usects, wows and wils
the beautdiuc Thelma. dauKhter of
the VclA, 4 keecg, and takis her to
London %iwci her b euty and
modest :.eusleitCley mtakes het a
leaueee uo suciet). Site becomices
the vuincc uo a d Zigccig wuinan
who puodoos lti citud agaausw her
husbaand and thenkcieg sle stands
in the way or his lhappit ass sale
deterts hcitie and Icutlnaud and re.
torus to her father in dcead winter
with a heart like the season-dark
as Eiernal Night. She is olilowed
by her lattulctt iusbaud when ev
erythig ta txplccned and they ace
reunited. lite story as full of
heart felt incterest and laithfully
portlays the sweet character of a
pure winded daughter eel the Nurnh
and deals with the Nurse supersti
tions and Mythical Legends. The
last act shows " The Arch of
Dlatec." .1 Ie warning of Thor and
Ulai to the last of the Vckings, to
ju.ic hos fct.er en Valicaca, aid the
ream-tic tableau, the Burning of
the Valk rue, tii ticeral p>re of
Ocaf Guaduar, the last of the Vik.
tugs. lRicueciber the date. Opera
ltuse. ]Jau. 4 5 and 6
It Does The Business.
M1r E. E. Chabeelriama. of Clinton.
M c ne, sa, of luicklic's Aaceca Salve.
It does tco ee uecinesc. I have used it for
piles and it cure! thec. Used it for chap
ped handssand it cured them. Applied it
to an old swoe aced it healed it witeeut
leaving a scar behind." aSc. at Valley
Demis c A
of Men's Corduroy Suits
We have about ten suits of
men's corduroys, consisting of
coats, vests and pants, all blank.
et lined. If we have your size
you will find them bargains
at $4.00 a suit
until all are sold.
PAPSHALL & EDMONDS
CL'_TH INO and SHOES
Culbertson, - Montana
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
THE GRILL CAFE
First Class Meals served
at all hours.
Dance Suppers a Specialty.
Peterson & Smith, - Props.
J. E. BEWICK R. C. STANFIELD
Baggage Transfer and oeneral Draylag
Also 0. N. Stockyards Custodian
PHONE NO. 1, CALL 3.
Culbertson - Montana
Livery, Feed & Sales Stable
(THE JACK EVANS BARN)
K. M. KEL LOGG, PROP.
All the Traveling Men Know K.eiss.
PHONE NO. s1-7.