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MIn Pb eat Curlbr eSt. Mat., U Ise Of Cm a lm do Maltd s5y. FRAlm S. REED., 3d tt o 5 Pdroetot. rs--a sva per yemr ........ o.eo Advert.Ing Raes very moalM. ll be frnIshed n applicati at this oc Ovw·Iassoe. MoUt., July 9, 191. TTE FIRST REPUILICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. DRIVING ASSOCIAT'N Citlens fet Last Night to Organ laz and Purchase Grounds for a Race Track. About twenty-five business men met in Stepbens Hall last evening for the purpose of forming a Driving Association C. S. Stafford called the meeting to order and nominated Dr. H. D. Edmonds as chair man of the meeting. He was duly elected and took the chair. F. M. Catlin was elected secretary pro tern W. T. Stephens was called upon to ex plain the purpose of the meeting and said in substance that a number of citizens were desirous of having Culbertson join the driving circuit with which the associa tion at Williston is connected. Also to have a track near t wna with permament base bell grounds in the center. Remarks favoring the project were made by Mark Thomas. G. H. Coutter. J. Z. Bro r, W. Mathews. Verne Bostwick. S. Stafford. Paul Babcock and others. Motion carried that the chair appoint a committee of five to draw up a, preamble for a racing association and circulate a petition for shares, and ascertain where and what price a plat of ground of 15 to 0o acres can be purchased; all to be sub mltted at the neat meeting. The chair appointed as such committee, W. T Stephens. Frank Stephens, Mark Thomas. Louis johnson and G. H. Coulter. On Motion the meeting adjourned until Tuesday evening. July 1jth at 8 o'clock. The following is the new schedule on the Great Northern Ry at Poplar, Mont.: East Bound No. 2 arrives 9:45 a. m.. no stop East Bound No. 4 arrives 4:1 ai m.. stops East Bound No. 0D arrives 4:00 p. n. stops West Bound No. I arrives7: a. i.m. no stop West Bound No. 3 arrives R:5 p. m. no stop West Bound No. E arrives 9:45 a.m. stops Mallon Nmoe1. 2. .and 4. Post Ooee will be open on Sundays from 10 to It l am. -ds- &AI 2 STO THEPUBLIC ý in general and our Patrons in Particular Having replenished our stock to its full ca pacity with STRICTLY FIRST CLASS GOODS we are prepared to sell all goods at prices never heard of in this vicinity. BRUEUQiER MERCANTILE CO. S DEALERS IN EVERYTHING. GIVE US A CALL. AI s Y- s JULY FOURTH AT POPLAR Indian Dances and Spectacular Par ade Amuses a Large Crowd of People from All Parts of Val ley Co. A Realistic Report of the Grand Cel ebration at Poplar by the Regular Searchlight Correspondent. Monday, the 5t, was celebrated here as S Independance Day by the largest crowd a that was ever known. There were over S too from Culbertson besidesGlasgow. Milk a River. Fraser. Oswego. Wolf Point. Brock too and Scobey. were all well represented. b The forenoon was given to Indian parade ' and dancing which every one enjoyed as it F was the real thing. The afternoon was 1 taken up in horse racing. It was quite a while and after a lot of rag chewing that ii Col. H. C Walker was able to get the % horses started. He says nest year he is 1 going to start the day before to get the I horses on the track, and by so doing he t hopes to have them on time. The relay b races seemed to be the favorites: e Pony race. % mile dash: Georgeentered by H. Shield; Bob Tail entered by Geo Kern; Long Dock entered by C. Harrison; Ling entered by F. St. Germain; Joe Jr. entered by Joe Taylor; Gee Whiz entered t by Otto Browning. George won. Gee Whizs d. Men's Relay race. I.4 mile,changehorse every ! mile Carl Walking. Eagle Royer Smell. Otto Browning. Louis Lambert Jr.. John Thompson each entered 3 horses. won by Lambert, Thompson second 4 mile race best z in 3. Tommy entered by N Burshia. Garfield entered by Joe Lounge. Tommy won. The t and } mile races for horses owned by lndtans, your correspondent failed to get all the entrees as there were some 8 or so horse in each race. k mile, best a in j: Shoe String, en tered by Grey Bear; Tom Reid entered by Abe Dale; Preacher entered by Wm. Man ning; Blaze entered by Grey lJawk. Blaze won the first heat with Shoe String second. Shoe Strin weeoo d beat with Blaze sec ond. The third heat was ran between Shoe String and Blaze-Shoe String win ning easily. g Men's foot race was woo by Louis Lam bert; boys' foot race was woo by Willie I Thompson; backlng contest was won by I Robert Smell, who done some fine riding. Tug of War was won by the old Iadians. a The Ladies Relay Races 3 miles chang- E ing horses every mile, was won by Miss Vina Burshia. Miss Mazie-Loungie secool. This was a pretty race for the first mile. In the second mile Miss Loungie's saddle turned. She felt the saddle turning, threw her feet off of the stirrups and crawled out on the horse's neck and in a few minutes had him-it a standstill. She showed great horsemanship. Of course this accident lost her the race as she had the best horse left for the other part of the race. She expects to ride the same string at the Gleudive Fair ladies' relay race in September. Harry Walker left Tuesday a m. for Glasgow to serve on the jury. S. T. Cogswell. of Wolf Point. was down to Culbertson and attended the meeting of the Directors of Traders State Bank. Hoo. F, G. Arnette and wife and Dr. BIrockman and wife were up Monday from Culbertson in their automobile. ) F. Woodley arrived today from Wil liston and will start tomorrow painting the residence of H. M. Cosier. Miss Bessie Ralston, of Dawson Co.,. is visiting her friend. Miss Laura Walker. e M. A. Daniels. UI.S. Court Commission I. er, arrived last Sunday from Scobey and is - ttiy -. i te IN bade my I, SU ee se, eask l rs l The lat s yelsn old timer ke west be a bet eO Ii 1dt Sr yes. am Ies bd better gat esy 41sa 1 -- pasaes. Mi Clons O. Bevns left teday foe or-mdad Oumps. Mir Nemse Worth left st.esday fIr Fort Shaw W anpt the paosit dof A't "is Katle Wiee arrived last week rom Fort Shaw to speed her vecat. 31 Phillip Lavfa, of Clbertmo, has bees visiting frleds here for the pest week. Helmet & Watson opened their sew pi.ce of bedsees last Monday. Mrs. Gay P. Heningtoo, of Washingto, ci D. C., joined her husband last Saturday. I who bab of ch of e of the surveyil I parties and is at present quartered at the j residence of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Patten. h Clarence and Frank Kaighbt and Leis Sears arrived from Cilooca, Okla. Indian School last week and are speeding their vacation with their mother. Mrs. Chas. Davis. It is reported that Miss Mable Konk wright and Chas A. Darling were married c the latter part of June and are living at a Newlon, Moat. where Mr. Darling is en gaged in the Livery business. Mrs. Florence Hurt, of Ferges Falls, a Minn., is vsiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. Rounds of the South Side. Miss Emma Van der Heyden. leundress a at the Govt School. left yesterday for t South Dakota to spend her vacation. GORDON1 G ORDON IIATSare w, rn by men whJ cat, afford to wear the best hats made. That doesn't mean that they pay a fancy price. Some hats sell for more Ilmoney, but they arein't otie whit better. (G.or don Hats $3 WVe sell them,. HATS SH. M. COSIER i Poplar, Mont. I LeabSeLr ThYIA now is oLr at- s aW m - ll ane C.me I and g.or e piirs Cam to py paste a Teiay. j. a as, a bay gpldig wark team, ose bmrandad dcicle with a bar threugh it ao left thigh; the other was branded DS comected as left shoulder, mhe pet hbek vestad as left soulder below ther brand. Owmer caa have asm by paytg hfr this ad. "J P. J. Nacar, 0oP3 Clhbrtueta, Mert Taken Up. One bay saddle hers, branded connected, cn left shoalder and vreted sam below original brand. Abs branded Sone right shtalder. Owner can get sum 0. by paying for this otice. A. King slay. Calbertase. Moneet, t3 Foa Raurr.-4-loom frame hose with to I acres ounder cltivtioe. j( miles from Cal r bertson. Ret reasoable. Iaquire at Searchlight oce. Mens Negligee sammer shirts-mew Soods, aew styles, ew prices at Tanner & Best's. Great Northern Railway Culbertson Trains EASI' BOUNDI No 2........... ...... e......to:38 a. . No.4........................ 530a.m. No. 230.................... .5:U0 p. m. WEST BOUND No. I ..................... .6: 39 a. i. No. 3j.................. .... 730 p. m No. 220 .... ......... ..8:40 a. m. M em of Inelian Asater es ashington. I.- . Juno 3e. tyls. i plcd ptu als for let&itg istrear Norh 12 an n ithe ot Ptek In tilulabeervatils. ontana. for gratins par V jpsww ttAer under a tease or by permit. wl sne e ed at t. les. of then. Commi siaoner f Indian Aatl. Wlashington. u. .. Iuntmil two ot.. ..k p. m.. on Monday. August 3. lu.. and will hr Imme.adatelthereafter oopened In the presence of such biddera u may attend. tMates showing the location of the district. %and all necessary inforumaton may he iIs taNed on a. p .llicatm to the ...uerntendm. of the Port eok Indian edhool. Poplar. n on tamns. I. U. Valentila CommIssioner. (First PubllcatIon. JulyS iMIt Traders State Bauk of Poplar Invite. amoous of the peoPle, amring perlbt aervies and every aa somm ation consistent with soound bakling. OORRESPONDENO BSOLICITED The Old Reliable D& II Model "F' . Price $1250.Is the b"t all am asn ha Prce $1250. actured today. Gees aywbhere as lways ca back. Other dsleees eshibitue. Cee ea sad see s befse yes bay. The Bick is the largest factory ia the United Stats. DONALDSON BROS.c '- "'t' PIONEER LIVERY STABLE A. J. CULWELL, Prop. Seeeeosa e * L J. Maeeen. Livery, Peed & Sale Stable Best Livery .Accommodations in Northern S Montana. - Pine Rigs and Gentle Stock. Open Day and Night. Those who are in S seed of Livery Conveyances will do well to call at the Pioneer. SCULBBRTSON, * MON'N A.