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G Ligts repaired at Alfred J. Gur De's. Robert eaid. of Poplar. was is town Tuesday. Sirst Oles. of Plantvwood. was in swa Tuesday. Girl w ted for geneal bhousework. Ap ply to Mrs.n . L. Brooks. Culbertsoe. Tiwars repairieg and esvetrougbs at Alfred J. Garneaa's. Telephoe The Big Store for fhmilysep plies. Best goods sad lowest pris.. Mrs. John Shiles is quite II at her bomoela Culbertsee with brsachialasthma. Mr. and Mrs. Jobs Vasatti, of Home stead, are the proud parents of a baby girl. Ab baby boy arrived at the boxe of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Rancour, of Medicine Laske this week. Go to Folkestad's Cash Store for bar gains. The Big Midwinter Clearing Sale closes Saturday. Feb soth. Mrs. E. J. Murphy. of Spokane, Wasb.. arrived in Culbertson Sunday and is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. G. Hafer. Doot forget the big celebration at Tan ner's Hall the afternoon on Lincolns Birth day anniversary, next Friday. Feb. ath. Livery, Feed & Sales Stable ('THE JACK EVANS BARN) K. M. KELLOGG, PROP.. All the Traveling Men Know Kellogg. PHONE NO. 27- Culbertson - - Montana, The Evans Hotel C. S. Stafford, Prop. , Culbertson, - Montana 'Money to Loan . on improved o FARMS I Drafts on all foreign countries. Safety Deposit boxes for rent. Steamship tickets to and from all Foreign Countries. The First National Bank of Culbertson Imperial LumberYard Buy Your Hard Coal Now L. D. BISHOP, Agpnt. Joe Tayler, od ep.er. uns i tn meme day. Couaty Attola Digsama ns is tow Monday. .When ys aned a loe ams your farm see R.O. Le 34tt Mrs. Lillia Armatron. of the South Side. was in sewn Wedeemday. County Surveyor W. H. Mann arrived In Celberisem Wedmeday afternooe. Coustam for the Masquerade ball on Feb.s can be sesured at the Valley Drug store. Order early. St. Valeetine' Day is most Seuda., Feb. 14th. and the girls are anticipating the event with much pleasure. The Methodist Ladies Aid will give a six oclook supyer at the new paresoage on Thursday. Feb. t8th. Price 35 cents. All are cordially invited. Miss Nettle Baker. the new proprieter of the Phoenai Lodging House, left vester day for Sherwood. N. D.. having received word that her mother is Ill I hase for sale a gasoline outit complete that can be bought dirt cheap, all ready for business. Part time given if desired. See me at once. R. O. Lane,. Att'y. 4atf Teeo Lean, of d oedL , hg e n s w Sastaday. . m sul warm ia aws Medy ea aneIMed the Masonic ldge med ing h evenlag. P.o Rsr.n-Two rooms i the Mrs. D. C. Reed Ibouse mil west of sewn. Writ or call C. Swesses. CahertoUe. MOeat44. Gosios Broe' of the Gem Sa'oa disemd ad prtnership some time ago. Da Goelio taking over the letrasst of ha breaer Mas. Man GOelee has accepted the positio as masager is the Mist Saloon for Mr. Gravel is place of Nichols who has left town. Mart Thomas is wholesale agenlt for Schmidt's Beer and Drry's Soft Drinks. Leave orders at Eagle Saloon, phone 56. 44tf j. D. Mathkis, of Redstone, was in town Saturday. He has been spokes of as one of the new county commissioners of the proposed Shaw County. HI. M. Cooier and R. E. Patch, the po pular merchaats of Poplar. were in town Tuseday to attend a director meetingof the Montana Star Telephone Co. 1. C. Gregory left for Poplar Wedne day to prepare for the opening of the Traders' Bank of Poplar in about a week, of which he will act as cashier. Mrs. S. C Small has been in Culbert so for the past tea days visiting her friends, Mrs. C. S. Stafford, Mrs. J. C. Gregory and Mrs J T. Clapper. The Tanner Opera Hall Committee will give a dance in the bahell this evening after the Lincoln Birthday Program of the pub lic school. All are invited to participate. See those Keen Kutter Safety Razors. tos sale by S. S. Moen. the Hardware Man Neat week is the last week of the Big Midwinter Clearance Sale of the Colbert soo Cash Store. See the change in their page ad this week. Sale close Saturday. Feb. aoth. Jules Grele, of Sheep Creek, was in town Saturday and made the Searchlight a call He shipped a carload of wheat grown on his farm to Duluth last fall and it grad ed No. t Hald. The big page advertisement of the Searchlight setting forth the two premiums offered for subscriptions will not appear again and those who wish to take advantage of the offer should do so at once. Alfred J. Garneau. who has opened a plumbing, gasfitting and tin shop in the basement of the Courchene block, has an advertisement in tbir issue. He does re pairing of. all kinds. includiong gasol ne lighting plants. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kehoe returned Sat urday from a sojourn of several weeks at Albambra Hot Springs. Mr. Kehoe visit ed Helena while absent and talked to a number of his friends in the legislature iu favor of county division. Chas. Johbson. of Bainville. called at the Searchlight office Monday and showed the reporter some fine ears of corn brought from Gennesey, Ill., recently by his sister, Mrs. P. A. Olsen. He will plant some of it on his farm next season. Albert Donaldson and faq arrivedmi in Culbertson Tuesday and have rented the small cottage belonging to Jack Evans. back of the Wittmeier-Brooks store. Mr. Donaldson and his brother, Carl expect to go tnto the implement h.siness in Culbert son. F. C Newcomb returned fr m Great Falls Monday for a few days to settle up his affairs here. He has been promoted as station agent for the G. N Ry. at Great Falls and deserved it. Mrs. Newcomb and children will remain in Culbertson for a time. WarTno.-A girl for general house work. Mrs. Robt. C. McLean, box 68. Malta, Mont. 43t2 There will be a boring contest in Tan. ner's Hall next Tuesday evening. Feb. :6th, between Ruddy Hinse and Johnny Barers, both of Culbertson Both are traning zealously and local sports look for a good scrap. Two lively preliminnrtes will be held. A. z. Eitra Patent Flour at The Big Store. None better and prices right. News from Dr. H. D. Edmonds is tothe elect that his partner Mr. Parshall issome what better; about a week ago Mr. Parshall was taken to Butte from Boulder and Dr. Witherspoon, an old friend and an eminent physician, was called to take charge of the case with the above result. We have a complete set of abstracts to all property in Valley county and shall make it a point to get out al work seat us promptly on day order is received. The only abetracters in Valley County. Valley County Abstractinl Co.. . i. Johneson. Prop.. Glasgow. Montana. A grand Masquerade Ball will be given in the lanar Upma Hall on the evening of Washingtoo's Birthday Anaivrsary. Feb. an. Four prizes will oe given, one to each lady sad gentleman, who have the handsomest nd meost artistic costnmeaand one each to the lady and gentleman who have the mos comical costumes. Get your costumes at the Valley Dreg Store. Tick ets for masquerade $s.c. Spectators 3oc. Mrs !. C Gregory gave a dinaer party at the Evans Hotel as a nmber of her friends last Friday evening. It yes a most appetising and elaeborats asair comeistig of Ave oaus. Twenty-oe pleas wern laid. MSe. S. J. Sena. of Glasgow, was e of* the geest Alter dinner was cleared away the tables were ned forcadl playing until about so o'clock whe the party ad jndt tohe Taser Opera Hall. where the Pow'Wew dmsee was i ps ses. .lNCOLN DAY PRogram sr the GOrt Ceauteary im Catherteen Next Frlo day, Pak. th. A program has tbe arranged to take place in Tanners Hall at s.3o p.m.. as fo-lows: Rev. Jasper Weber., Master of Ceremonies. Mrs. J. T. Clapper...... Musical Drector lavocetion by Rev. Jasper Weber Incoln's Early Career............. _............Atterney Harry H. Dale .............Music........... Lincoln as a Lawyer....Atrty R. O. Loank ........... Muic............ Lincoln as a Humorist.Atty Paul Babcock ..... ..... usic ............. Lincoln, the Statesmas.Atty F. M Catlin ............Music............. Lincoln. the Christian...Rev. . B. Butter ..............Music............ EVENING PRORAM. By Culbertsen School. In Opera House in the tanner Block. commencing at 7:3o o'clock. Children must be accompanied by parents or guardians. Admission free. Music..................By the Orchestra avocation ............Rev. Jasper Weber Vocal Solo...............Marjorie Miller Wand Drill..........Miss Larson's Class Lincon'a Gettysburg Address .. Lyle Clark Music ... ..................Orchestra Lincoln's Deeds.... Miss Jacobson's Class Address "Lessons from Lincoln," by Rev. James B. Butter. A Comedy in one act by the Graduating Class. "A Regular Fix." Cast of Characters; Mr. Hugh De Brass...........Will Davis Mr. Surplus .............. Frank Nugent Charles Surplus... .....Edward Colwell Abel Quick.................Boyd Miller Smiler................... ....John Butter Porter.....................Will Forsythe Mrs. Surplus..........Margaret Mitchell Emily.......................Ida Slette Mrs. Carter ............Blanche Lasster Matilda lane..............Blanche Moean O R. N. Anderson haseased the Blackmith shop and plant from John Murray and is prepared to do all kinds of neat black smithing, wood work and horse shoeing He has been Mr. Murray's assistant for the past six months and is well known to the trade. See his ad in the Searchlight. Large Artistic Pictures Free ! Chance of a life time. One fine enlarged picture given free with every dozen cabinet photo's. These pictures are genuine works of art. nothing cheap. Come in and see samples., They are beatilful. This offer is good for first fifty sittings only. Will you be one of the fifty. Enlargement to be made from any photo you wish. PTrasa. Photographer, 4114 Culbertson. Mont $100.00 Reward For the recovery of a bay, staldard-bred mare. six years old. 16) hands high and weight about I4oo when taken. White on hind heel and small curb on left hind leg. Mare very gentle and not branded when taken. W. B Foersn. 39tf Glendive. Montana ---OO@OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Church Directory ****...*...... ...; Presbyterian Church Preaching Service t a. m. and y:o p.m. Sunday tLchool to a. m. Song Services every Sunday evening. Ladies Aid meets on the first and third Fridays in the month, at :3o p m. All are cordially invited to attend the Services . Butram. Pastor. Catholic Services at Poplar and Oswelo Catholic service will be held At Poplar. Moat. each third Sunday ev ery month. At Oswego. Mont each foerth Sunday every month. Mass at so a. m.; Benediction at 7 p. m. The Catholic Priest and Mi sionary will be for the first half f each month on Fort Belknap Indian Reservation and in the second half tof each month on Fort Peck Indian Reserve. For sick calls, baptisms and marriages paersons concerned apply to Father P1. F. Siam. Poplar. Most. The Catholic Priest. Placidas F. Siam,. Sp.. Missionary. Methodist Services. Regular Preaching Servies. Sunday. Feb. 7th. Morning Service. is a. m. veoaig Service. 7:30o p. m. Regular Devotional Meeting of the Ep worth League. Snd evening at 6:o p m. Mir Roe Freetmanas, Leade. The meetings will be held in the new parsonage. All are cordially invited to atted. Jasesa Wa1ge. Pastor. Danish Lutheran -eseegddq Seeieee by e. Oema. fram North Dakota at the Da e Vigy Schoo Sday. Pb. 14th. M S.avice si o a. -. Y A *ept Metin t p. m. Lde h id.e .o . e. a.b s. at a p. . at t0bea Md Mr M. Pet re . WOd r Bak& Death Plet It aimd to I. A. Stone, a civil war vetera, d Kemp. Te., that a plot existed betwee a desperate lag trouble anod the grae to cause his death. I contracted a stubbora cold." he writes. 'that stuck to me. In spite of all remedies, for years. My weight ran down to t.o pounds. Th I began to se Dr. King's New Discomrry. which restored ea btlth completely I now weigh 7118 .ads." For severe d'otds obstinate Coghas. Hemorrhages. Asthma. and to prevent Pneumonia it's unrivaled. Soc. and $i.o0. Trial bottle free Guar anteed by the Valley Drugstore. WILL'S WbL*i * I i WILL'Smee them deded the SEEDS p"t two' y"r"l Sead for a6th Annual Cat AND alog of every thing for the TREES *ar., garden and law,. Yoe will And many things that will interest you between the beautiful covers in seven colors. 39t 3 Oscar H. WIll Ce., Bsmasrck, N. D. - - FRESH FROM the BAKER'S daily any thing you wish in the line of Bread, Cakes and Ples. Our products are delicious and whole some because we use the finest lngre dients, and take the greatest care in all stages of making and baking. etc. Luchebs sad Hot Coffe The Economy Bakery and 5 & 10c Store W. U. Hafer, Prop. Old P. O. Bldg. Pbone 19. Sm -5 Practices In sIt eCrta sad beisre ( U. tIsad sffice John Hurly ATTURNEY AT LAW fflasMow teeer trlerd Itrly Mnet. North Dakota Moet. *----' d . THE d Wittmeier-Brooks Co. (INCORPORATED.) m %0 rrýr The ,Wittmeier-Brooks Co., Inc. CULBERTSON. I1ONT " ~~K*.44444~ S The Labor of Baking is many times reduced if you use theright kind of Flour, and if the a OUr question "What is the bOR hest Flour?" was put to rIe a vote among the Rak S.er' and housekeepers in this psart of the country, the untanimous reply would he You would vote for it if you were usd to VI V 0 it. ia. at worth gving a treal? On sale Wittmeier-Brooks Co. and Watson's, alo M. J. Dunn, Manager Wholesale and Retail Dealer. Alfred J. Garneau Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting. Tin Shop in Connection. Gasoline Engine and Automobile Repairing IN BASEMEN r OF COURCHENE BLOCK VALLEY MEAT MARKET CHAS. FARRELL, Prop. Will Sell Everything a First Class Market Should Handle. Culbertson, - - Montana R. N. Anderson BLACKSMITi SHOP I (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) H Blacksmithing of all Kinds and * Wood Work Horse Shoeing a Specialty Culbertson, * = = Montana **eoeeeeeooo**************o***eoaeaieeo