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-, .. .4. .• . .. .. . ... ... : , . II(. C :* , , .-' VOL X E VLAY VOL~. M0. *a t; c "tom , VALLEY ,'COU fA 1'Y. 'D'ANA, YLi, Auptý,i9. $.0. TU MSEVT An MMi T*e Peingue e Frty n.1 " CainsIse ui Auapie a P ldMg at Ch i a ChIses, Aug. 7. - iag " Os. wind, Chridea.m Senldes," mad *Thre Batale Hym d theo Repsb lic," the dlegates t thbe eust na taosal oevesales if the,ew pro prsiee party proclaimed toaight Theodore Roosevelt of New York as their cadidate for pessideat, sad Gov. Hiram W. Jobasne of Caloersia, as their choice for vice Marking a new departor ia the preouedlag of matiosal corien tioes e e two eadidates immled iately were notiied of their momi msatis and, in the midst ot deafen ing cheers, they appeared before the delegatet to voice their accep tance and to pledge their best ef foets to the comieg campaigs. For several boars mn the after moon and early evening the Cdolie "ooooooooooooooooooooooooooeooo"ooooooo. ti Biggest Offer Ever Made. I Five Bars of Palm Olive Soap d given away absolutely free to every purchaser of one jar of e e PALM OLIVE CREAM at SOc. ** B Each bar of Palm Olive Soap retalls at is cents I Plve -a Soap, value .75 One Jar Cream, value - .50 d Total Value - $ .25 5 BOTH FOR FIFTY CENTS. i * : : Sale continues every day during I , the month of August, 1912 V.ALLEY DRUG STORE A. W. Huxsol, Prop. f KEEP COOL 5 3 | OUT YOUR ICE FROM I J. E. BEWICK of the Bewick Transder Line. * Culbertson, Mont. * sl " MAKE THIS BANK YOUR PLACE OP DEPOSIT ... * SEE US FOR FARM LOANS Cf ITNS STATB BANK ý... - ,. .. 'a P.n M n.W C. W. dV u,, had liatsmst- to a a f Oen my is mseiela and seq inlg .pechres is which the damr im t nee -sg was the belist that isbery worU oeme, she id ew p9U1 is Nevmwbr. Maymemd Rabbis,, om Ilnlmes, pligd a 1eo00,e ajor for she astional ticket is IUstois; sad GIerd Pin chat pediated a 30s,0m majority for Coleael Roosevelt sad Gover nor Johaon in his home state of Pennsylvaaua Thise statemeats were cheered to the esle. The party formally christened it Sself *The Progremssive Party," Sleaving oil the pre6x ."national," by which it bheretofore ha been known, but provirson was made for Stbhe recogantiom of "real" progree sives in any of*she states, by wbat ever name they bsould be locally designated because of state laws. Are Bver At War Thes are two thisp everletingly as war. joy ad piles. Bet Bucklss Arsiks a Salve will beish piles i say eorm. It -o subdues the IMchg irritatiton. l8am msioms or sweslIg. It gives comfort, I* vkeejoy. Omeasut heater of butms. boils, ulers, camt brates, ecamm scalds. pia Splea. dis eruptions. Only as costs at the - Valle!y Dreg shore. soemm Nou. ds Cdbituss La - 4 SS.mra BeUvl o Dos Cs* A bhail storm swept through the country from west to east last Sun I day evening about 6 o'clock. It i originated in the southern part of the Russian settlement in Town- l ship a9 N., Range 54 East and a traveled in an easterly direction t over T. 99 N , R. 55 where it was a most violent and did the most r damage. The storm laid waste a " strip of land about three-fourths of i a mile wide and perhaps four miles I Slong, petering out in Dane Valley I after damaging Jules Grele to some extent. t We secured a partial list of the i a farmers in the path of the storm t who sustained a total or partial loss, although we did not get all of them by any means. The big Jarvis farm was pretty severely hit l I Billy Jarvis losing z6o acres and Chas. Jarvis about the same, with no insurance. John and Ed. Kopsn p will not have much left at harvest, p time. J. M. Fleiscbman, A. A. t 1 Major, Paul Wagner, Chas. Thorp, p Tucker Moore, Mr. Leuff, Otto P Waldo, Martin Olson, Andrew An i derson and George Hagardone ) were all more or less damaged, some of .them being cleaned up entirely, with a little insurance p here and there, but none with in surance of more than five dollars p per acre. Over in Dane Valley Rev. Brede o ) Johansen's place got hit pretty hard and his neighbors, Wm. a Swanke and L. L. Frybling were damaged to a great extent. Neils . p Neilson, just north of Rev. Johan t sen's. was not damaged to speak b 0 of and Asmus Thomsen's place was south or the hail district. I After passing Swanke's and L. . L. Fryhling's the storm seemed to a 9 skip over to Jules Grele's place and then seemed to peter out as S far as hail was concerned. Water c fell in torrents both in the hail dis- , N trict and on each side of it. Many a 4 ields were laid flat with wind and 4 rain, but in most of these fields the grain has raised up again and the damage will be slight. There was a hail storm last year a which swept through this same - country running from further north - at the start and going in a south easterly direction, while this storm S traveled alipost directly east. SSome of the men damaged this 9 year were in the path of the storm last year. It certainly is hard luck for the farmers who had bumper crops al " most ready for the binder, to have the crop harvested by hail instead, 0 and all their hopes dashed to the ground in the course of a few min utes time. Many of those damaged i Swere in town Monday. They seemed to take their loses philoso phically, keeping a stiff upper lip and a determination to still keep * in the game harder than ever. S There is one good thing about Shail storms. They do not usually " extend over a very large territory, so that the country as a whole is not damaged greatly as is the case of crop failure in an extremely dry year, but the distress of those dam aged seems to be all the greater when they view the prosperity of their neighbors who were jest out of the bail belt. A ee aost d het s is d.e to im pa- dstL wh she osm ta ls a paraim it sealss p atiy --e ubae spans brsos deenages A tew deer el Cmmb Taleds b ades al sd. T rW Is - oss dwuS ea s, i wn.i noes Sm aid, a hss y siuear bIs allas iltila s* ma Setot minkn S ades a lam diges tor r' ass bese assil y d n bn. ris fea ghsir ldsa a . r l d mr.. sibs b . do 1 olm f 4A1i 0mSI eatIc. ho as twi isan w edthe tdere ies the mr heussles 0s th new th -r.ar hbmmmted law: a. Psriied .+Mi.». m nism hem - b tbhre eiem eI t h m the times I eeslmi raideem imsoehlisid. Prooflum be ebmltted wi l b pears i of date of a. Celtivadis af 0 em thua eae-s teeah beginsl. g the omoe year and ot t less ata oneet beglaminm with the i thid year mid M hal pmof. Me a bmalg is set s eat; msed mst be Splaitd good faith. Ortlag is sot mc espted except a to ertala lands apesus to a emtry usder spealal m previied threlar. S. Uecretary wle est reduce the rhiaired e ale l c.ltivaIja m ebsam of amy physical a or Iacial dilablftl. 01 the estryman. . ,bet e d whea action ofd the stattory area is sansseama.e as asat 1d pecllar iw.i s d the sel; appc.asta for such d r a' ea m t be made the iram year am It femss furalsbad by loal lead diies. TI bsL applicatise aMe peasd spas by the b elemadimer, with right l appeal to the sometary. 4. Soldiers sa welre mee reside am srvim. ; meat show calivatolo of mt les h, m se-e ight for at leat oi year. Si. E"ntrymms easet receiv comider. sties from the eommlio.sr of applies tim to eateed beso the ordinar period e of sIs moathe the period allowed kr estab I, lishmest of rseidese. but the homember's p righo will be aidjucted whbe the qeus e tion I raised. Hmeasteaders most g3 sa the lad as soon as haidering case i re moved. 6. Ahesee of ave moeths is each year - allowed, bet coutineed remidoece as to the other sevea mosthe must be shown. Two I o-month d periods of absece. although dilosnt rests of the entry will aot be aslow.d als months' ameLase redaeom mry subject tio otest. Esinded periodse ab- " I see only especated, in lalu prod or oon tests, where otice dof sch admelce do a Sbee gives, both at the beginnin ad re torn. Former laws as to absence not re pealed. 7. Cammutation (whre it bitbrtolore eoistod) sot aectd, oecept that estryma most be a citiue of the Unied States. e 8. Whenre as tryman dies his widow or legal seooemor may make up the three year perod. rewidee so being req lred Sof the widow or other heir sad uoly cel*i vatiom is naemssary. Prood of soe-compli y ce made agailst the eitrymas before his d death will cancel the etry. however. 9 Unles as application o make proo under the ol law i md a or b.tore d Oct. 4. eas,. the entry becomes sbject to the provisols of the new law: the rqlired ry resadal s is hes reduad to three yarn. e bet specilc celtivatioa reqeoseass of the " Snew law mat be shown. Proof meast be made withi e yearn.s. to. At y hardship reltting riee the n above ois iisted by to e reliag that h** . huvingI as lary sder tLhe ld law mayt ai show Coldestho of reqllrd ars named i. the l ew law I r ay two i smai pars Other hadsdbips posible t ariasl r d eretary of the interior and attrney gas e . Wheretheprice of a tract is s - i ginrd t bpe, wlname sese * . leed he period ofeetames ruiehed by i e tLe new law, prals may be eibmited mu t- in other ase bet eal certila ie wul not d i- unti all nealmets are pai. ia. Iatrles kde Sec. 6 of d elalsged .oeestead (leads in Utah ad Idahe) law, mend stll be cetlyated as bheLe-ea P eighth the esced and eourth. e e,,r*ih p the third. ourth and years with e . years for Goal p-oof. t r3. The ew act apples to atrius ender redamatis acts and to KItibed emtries is Wlbeaekn . emeept as i s aelt F* ties, ,4. Petawneshvies m made prior IS tole u6,. as. are wred that is may ry est be te their advassage oa vave their eateris aijdlesd nuder the w law. nad - eaed oa tocaefely eumeidr the mmase. Diries to shm pea- endr the laws under whisk their solts wer at mad theyr ealy sfhese bed e4am hi ail' te 1 Is il! a. Water Wers We umderstand that the settling basins and the pump boae of the water works system have been re paired and that the baeins will now bold water. It is reported that they bae already turned the water into bhe big main coming down the hill sOutheast of town, but that the wa Is disappears before it reaches tIwn, indicating that there Is a bag leak in the main at some point. It is expected that all leaks in the mains will be repaired in the near future and that the construction company will be ready to try out thq system soon. It has been just about a year now siice she contract for the system was let, and as the water works was to have been completed within a tao days after the contract was let, a good many citizens are anxiously I awaiting the coumpletion of the works. It will be interesting also to note whether the old location of r the settling basins in the clay bank I near the river will be accepted by the city. Sylg Mot FPall victims so stomiah. liver and kidney roee S h bjest like other people, with like tresls r in less .of appelte, baekach. servouemmss. s hbeiadse. sad tired. lietlees re-dows lallSg. Bet dwth's so eed to fed like that as T. D. Peblss, Hery, Tees., * proved. "Six bottles of Electric Bitters" I be writes. "did more to give me new - arseagtd asd good appetite thea all oth.r a stomachb remedle I used." So they help everybody'.It' foly to tsee.r whe this Sgreat remedy will help you from the arst . does. Try it. Oily s cnls as the Valley Drg Store. : New Line of i MEN'S HATS O0 SPECI, The advance . ,.... styles of men's * fall hats are now in. 'eNew shapes in both smooth and rough finish Culbertson, - . ates BANKING SERVICE We want you to beeome acquainted wsth the het K that we have one of the beet equipped bamks in tha county and it is ofoered by M3N, met by iceberp or mebaews. We want your bu ams are a I I position to give you proempt ad courteous eru Let our bak be your bak. The State Bank of Culbsr i ` .. ; ; , .--g • . . . .~ IACE IMBAI Pe r te Valley CGrt Pair t IM Held at Olasg Sepl. U. 13 aid 4, ies This part of the Fair Progres was left out last week oe account of lack of space: All Raos, best two Is these. Tsherday. Sepember as. Raasiog--ONelourtb mile ........ 0 y.ee r Rmela-.-Ose hall mile.......... osee as a Rmasieg-Ome mile.... ....... as.ee SReslasg--Oe.fousrtb ils; Bos' Pesy-Posies seder 4 lbas. 4.e0 Reaale-Male Team rac........ as.e STwo- mil Ladies' Relay race, eery r day.................. ...... .o. I Two.mile Bisevte rese.......... so.e Friday. September IS Ruaqi-Oae-fowrth male........ $ .e* Resslag- On-half mil.......... Is it~maiag-O mnile ............. atgse Greas Trot or Pace-Valley Casa , ty borse osly-two I. three... sea.es ( Broacho Bestis Con es. ........ ps. Two mile Motorcylet sace....... 0.o Saturday. September 34 Ruasinlg-Oe ball mile.......... teasm Ruasnl--Oe-hlorth mils....... 1t.em Rusasin--Ou mile.............. llas. Trettil--Oe ails -- gatldea' sglle driver........ .... om Ruealeg-Os ehalf mile - Valley enety Saddle Hores ....... So.o Ramileg-ON half mile Wages r'e js.m Auto Ram--o miles, free for all.. a.se AU purees divided 7n. so sad to per ast Five per cnst from mosey wlasrs. This program is subject to chages. Mr. W. U. Guassals, a frmer p sear Fleming. Pa. ays o has saed I Chamberiala's Colic. Cholera sad Dir rhoes Remedy In his hfamily or a years. ad that be bha losed it to ble aes y celliet remedy. sad take plmeaste is a coameadilg it. For sale a da l es.