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Historical Lb my c VOL. iI. guo. to - CCY. .I ~~TANA.'lS D'?., 'Se . tX .JAl . ~Ot~X. ~ 10. t' · · Ctfr)]Lt~ m ,. ~ll GWI~TI. ~IAN L*t.. FURt Y·~ PI E AR LEEN~TAX CIN..Mqhop" fr t Pfi OMpsi. fPsmkbRt. Pw Twe epiuimd U~.ts.UB * mpe obv. Isadseedow M * .pass -t lu~ hvWhiu.l~. " today.L a 1M dlt. - a S- Mr , 10 i hid f.. am*i Air srw.. Wbir dd that msus irnu eu tosa~ a ok is ker m. 8849t bt aMmide.. mfa~t have the mamat the .sjoufsv d tht esbim staamiiR a j P. M. 3vi. a Mit.auIt mmu. hmatt fla ekykeps.g a M~oime It m aurn.Iv mon, ha d -sa m ado *1re by wti b the ute urnmelu at a. Y o.ua a Yatu &"wree The huuem hid dthe mrdlma .md: the ua,.rnemea~. n~ le -pimir h y Jautise cIth. hri it Ullsual, sad ammaa th e The mer hide that uhile the urdimamat iitmeul9 sd pr~im.puy impimma tSe is themmeimie Iuhespecae theo mlsla. the 0.1d.. slo that it uas is fast bIrnd ho pevadu .eve.ee peipem mid mat fo rqekrdm. md thee thernuim N. esdltham ia lp.L-3.eurd. * , * 4 The Paint That Lasts Sto Eat and ntin bhteaet poi at to p * odcoed do. ItILots beca t is PUREB LI BBBDt3L. It makes no rwhat.lnt il mde o if it isn't melzd hLINSa ED OnL t WONrT LAST. atimeseta Paints i misd-hseid iP PU3 LlaaDOIL dtethi~r owm n. * Puet uph h i G Oowanmat Mm e mi-look bster, csr 0 .w. ai a . •rt l)rtl tismnd a* .s. e.a.. t longer th ny other paint. *" o w i t w oo 0xl Sold at The * * 0 I VLLE Y DRUG STORm A. W. Huxsol, Prop. Save the Pieces If you break your eye glasses, bring the pieces to 0. W. Ortscheld, Jeweler Re will get a new lease exactly like the one broken and put it in the hamo for you. P Fe Watch Reparling a Specialty. MAKB THIS BANK YOUR I PLACE OF DEBPT .. .. SEE US FOR FARM LOANS * i I CITIZENS STATE BANK oP c4aUavUwr aesses. . . . aCss, I I Am.N. Citss A amsiy isodtph.io4iuauime by as a~nubd wvpalhulmh r bod d1 - ' o --- ars of .- iainq a I~Iharrda Legum asulyada del 11 Ma reofAslst awr"ad eti -mdu Paw -un . Dagw Thaws rr awyemo Cdhwuma 1stm DImemum Rippa.. 1m Iola cl PoM 1vi~d Diavii. sop TWsadrr t . Garn Thamum Perem, Masle loba Nowa G --s Slav WYo.. asa a INob Pmm.a loom ESWea Dais/ 3 *. ALe.bpi Cad 1.diad M- cui Radar, Diges Have Mathews iskl ahter yew lead has las. 6tt How's This? We , e N.uIrsi Wha I..wan for *"i OW 61 CVAMI UM a L~ b Sav se f_.. V. J. 3UUYeT t cD.. tanr+.. 0. Wd% 0. t i. km bern sws . J. cbUs) aw to eb* SI u'r'-s4 b be p y bkm 2Wodi. OWL nosW COMaW Sao baaE Sabamly. i.itb =. ' r r Wed5. R~ad ºi sad lfetsbi.. Ibb. Hal'. hami tPll. Sf .5kem.t 1ELEBIRATE Ul5ETS9N July Fourth, 12, Will Be the Greatet Day Val ley County Ever Saw Followlng Is the progr as furnished by the Committees Program al Sports: Salute of 1,000 OQns at aybreek. 9 a. m.-Orand Parade. 10 a. m.-Oration by Howard M. Lewis. 10:30 a. m.-Orand Carnival of Athletic Sports as follows: irst prize second prie 100 yard dash, $10.00 $8.00 Boys' Race, under 12 yrs. 3.00 2.00 Oirl's Race, " 12 yrs. 3.00 2.oo Fat Man's Race, over 200 lbs., - Stetson Hat Thrn-legged race 6.00 4.oo Sack Race - . 3.00 2.00 Boys' Igg race, under 18 yrs 3.oo 2.00 Running broad Jump anddlop, Skip and Jump. Interval ore Dinner. 1"3o p. m.-Band ComeWt and March to Athletic groaunds. 2 p. m.-Ple Eating Cutest, $3, $2 and $1 2:30 p. m.-Climblng greased pole - 8.oo 3 p. m.-Ball Oame, Paplar vs. Culbertson $180 4:48 p. m.-Bucklng Contest - - $80 lorseMRaces s:3o p. m.-Free for all runa'g race 1-4 mile$20$IO Poney Race . - $10o and $8 Tug of War, Pipiar vs. Culbertson, $18 Team pOlling onatest - - $10 Interval for Supper. 7:oo0 p. m'.-Ball Game, Chis Creek vs. O~lirti Roman Riding by Peerless Brown. 9 p. m. Grand Ball all night. .` L mm --l .m . •m mmm • m ATtEND TO THE FALLOW A Big Yeld inm 191 U Inends o (ood fllag. In .393 The practice of leaving the portion of the farm which is to prodeo meat year's crop. uacropped during the present seao is sow very generally followed by dry lead farmers. Siace these fields yield no re tunrs while fallow, it is important to so handle this land that the fall advantage •ay come with tie succeeding crop. The chief advantages which result from following are: The acoumulatioa of moss ture the bringing into a aumble state of a certaii amount of plant food in the +oil. sad the opportuaity to kill weeds which may he presset. If the method of falow maagement oa any farm does not improve conditions along them three lines the prac tice oeght to e revised i some of its per taculars. The irst and most important bemefit to be sought is the ccumulatie of the me" sn's rainfall. Os the dry farm, the moeis. tre rservoir is the lower sol layers, and this reservoir ought to e stored to furnish the water needed for a large yield the following year. Is clay and loam sedls, it is eisily possible to store smve or eight inches of raiafafll in the at eight or te bA let of eail. This" moIsue. alou wththe Jl early aummer rainfall, prectically msres l a good yield. I order to preveat the loss of ture from Natures reserveir. a dam hes bhe provided in them sll mulch. A lames, dry t layer ea the surface pevew the water from evaporatisg eto the atmosple.r Whesu the land has bs cultivatnd sad a mulch establihed. rain pcs dw the susfae and nembshLahe this couteat with h lkwer lan ysasnd tm ls.. of user is made penlbl as sres as dryrig bqegisa AlIr eh maiy peled, sad as sen as th sell dry enough to pukens pespedy. the fnllow eeld habe nvs essl ..mere tiie with dt hrrolew. Thi seps the tmes o mehtir. ae t hgase s p hge . s deg so the asues where em evapsewee law the a emiphm. Tu ge egt e be I - m ,ly gl.,. When the dam hre, l .wl.ng the . eor o esao e eem the eon - a ng meewelr. It s ple pslp sep leed. t The asam mal. is the dry lrmea, dm, I s-_ whi is ie mealese hes s dmetsgpu I psbe bymi s y e s sees ay e an s soM. r mod. b a,.' asn soe assers ~ailm a taea e. aI . LIb 5! .il . a available the plant food in the soil. Wik mple moeltre preseat. we haw all of the aectmssry cooditios,-beat air and amoi ture, sad the oralni me which make pleat food available are active. Coaserv the moilatre la the follow and no ilnare the pressce of ample available food to beild oeat seaona' crop. The quetion of weed is rapidly comag to be a serous one on masy recesely bre k farms. Thee pests fail to gt sared on the native sed. bt iacrse rapidly as cultivmad lead. Frequest uad thorough cultivatid is lth most economic matkd of killia the weeds. The yong plants anr easily destroyed and wher they are killed when musl, thim c be m e irasens Iem meed lormatne. Keep thL weeds dowe on the Olds and look oat for the weeds around the ditche uad sates. Alfred Athkiaon. Moataaa Uaperlment Statue. Jeaw 19. 19it ENDED IN A tOW Plmtyweed Belted ti te Third la tmg mad Perued the Oatm to Culbsrtaea The Pletyweod ball stssre came to Celberte.n Seaday to play bael bet isted of playing ball they tried to play --edes. The game was two and two at the end o the weooad ialmag and ethwseism s high. In te iLat half of the thid Is.ig she Plestywocd boys begam ao kick es trhe d cisie of Umpire Caldwell. Rebinena wa at but sad had had two strikes iled os him. He lft the plate for a memen to mi l as argmument sad our pitcher pet oe aer the plate. It was "thlee estrie ed eat" said the mpire. As Relhes bhad a right to lesve the pla whib the gpme was is pr~re the decision was a juw me sad Camlertem co-ld't do asything ekes at stick fr tihe decision. After a lengmhy oaghwoming match the Pleywed fmes left athi da with a warm spt neder each indivudll We ane set Irm t. hbt we endmesind that liyi Stepenes and Geegae ReiLer were eineptlm y stong is their donn citulo at iCul em and her pesple. We alaeys theagt iBly Sephas bd tles e sues he as was s is sheet a meath age in the oty smahbot mewo fm ao we aso he d lerta , kaimges a v eis in hoh d s- he l.i's bramc with as a.r mea s alt. mor melEs he ply:m 1a a ea.Wwt .dlasdee r e r ewdr d lm sno. ra- rr m s. Ilp Sii ambs the heko an t tototsa, s acý New Tr on.me stead Law Is Blective The -ummry Ius.. sad isreru.tona have een received at the Olaegw laad slm, far iNeg ofd ppliUatos for asal plo der the aew theeyear homestead law. This is news that mway people is thi section of the state have bees lookmag lerward t for several years, and the Iadi eatiee ase that a large number of the pre t ea omestemders will avail themseles of thin eppertelity. sad complete title totheir l..d, sad the overcome the dread aud worry .. lving p to the reqiretmats of th behmetuad laws. -very hbmeeeuder in Moetau who hal set pedoeted eal entry, will shortly Re esve otiM s advisiog them of the s-ect meet of the th.ee-yer homestead law The OGpagw loadeioe received a qgastity of thee aotleme Wedesaday, and they are to tM sau ot to etrymee living in this di.net. The islie paragrspbs are as folews: "If ye wish to elect to make Anal proof paon your etry under the.law under which the saine was made, you meet ge notice threof within one hbudred sad sIwety days after Jae sixth of this year, to the rgpmter sad reeier of the local lad ofice. This notice must be eat by registered mail and may set he sa la say ether way. If lu your nsee, you dsctr to mbhe proof ende the law nuder which you made year atry. or yeur ooveues, enu eaed her with a priend tice of election, which you may ill out and e for that purpse. "Ualese eect i. the mik nr sad md w k the time above stated over ptry will, without noie become sbct tobe e proseleems the aid act ofd Ie late of this year nad la reciainl a deuule Sb to whih oserm ye prefer, you eshald et, carefully samlie th v prosions sad rsperemets o the sew act printed here with."-Valley Coty News. 'i MEN'S SUMMER SUITs Cool Underwear Soft Shirts Thin Sox I Comfortable Shoes Culbrtson, .ltags .9d "/ cAa8ssu.B m Is a*. mass w W sempb4 .e so ts ..Aw r sefser - - t - vars. ARe YOU a sole dOpysu a woinss r dep weos A sen s l. wI yes L a -ee as h's. UTTEILY FALE. Rumrs that thai, I se fto I. Celtrte ... wRibt The trumor was spread sdar e thot week that there were several cases f emeD por in Calbertms, the story being at some Iadians bad come here sad had bes ound to be isictd with email poe adl were quorastiaed bere. This mtory was spread sea am a ball game last Soeedsa a Sies Pam, em the oath Side,. but by wbom we haea bhes -nable to id out. The rumor is utterly false, sad was s. doebedly tpread for the purpem el e ij lg the Feurth of July celeb les a CId TheM Calbertso Board of Health were Dr. Coliues, the airmee d dthe r, said that there was absleeluly me ilt is the story, that there was s eas of emIell por is Calbertsom or In the vily e1 Cal bertae, sad not only was there aem of small pos, bht thee was so sem otd se infectious or costagious disease vwihle many miles of here. In fact the whale community was enjoyilg ihet bet el healthl shout tiL only case for she deatees bilag from birt an d accidents. The following statemeam was masr by the Bard of Health: We. the Cultertrso Boasd o H be g laformdt the them. w a rumor sae that emall poe aeined is Caulertses, deey the rumor is tot. The story ie attely false. There is otacase of me pe or a em of say other onetagious or ielhioue disease ib Culbertas. or viclety. T. W. Co.iasen. Chelsmas. I. T. Hocking. bored Od Hesdh.