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"The earchlight.
BeOtes fay it,. z9ae. a Swenod-Class
Mr . ?sts:uee at Colbertson. Mont.,
Unsor Act of Caesges March 9. i79.
PRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietor.
Terms--a advance, per year........ Sso
Advertising Raes. very reaaonable, wall be
faralehed on application at this office.
The editor left Sunday evening
for the Billings Dry Farmn;g Con
gress in President L. V. Hall's
special train, in company with 1
MayorJ. Z. Bruegger, W. Mathews J
and G. flI. Coulter. We are writing '
this before we go, and leave Miss
Jennie Wilson in charge of the
Searchlight until our return. If
the paper is a day late don't kick,
as it is only once in a lifetime that
we can travel in such distinguished
company with all expenses paid.
The: .chl'ght Editor will give
at interesting story of the trip to
B, lings in President Hill's Special
tra.n in the next issue of the paper.
Relics of tie "Wlild and Woolly."
ple of well known ranchmen rode
late M.edak the other night and proceeded
to smoke up the town in the old fasbioned
way. A good .nany people enjoyes the
lark bt there were others who were too
scared to - the funny part of it.-Yellow
anoe News.
Yep! And the "fun" is now a continued
story before a justice of the peace, the first
chapter of which reads: State of Montana
we. Lake Sweetmas. $sto.oo and costs;
and State of Montana vs. Frank Stiehi,
Saoos and costs. $3oo to Joke Seel and
Sion to the doctor for petching Mr. Seel
up, and the amount to be paid ao the
"Dutch Prince" for making a barn of his
* Mint" and petting lead stars an the
celing, is to be writue by Justice Hill.
"This news will break papa's heart, but- -
boys will bee oys so matter what it costs.
-Buferd Tribeae.
in general and our Patrons
in Particular
Having replenished our stock to its full ca
pacity with
we are prepared to. sell all goods at prices
never heard of in this vicinity.
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TO- Under Par hal and Edmonds Store
* Everything first class 6
Meals at all hours
* Open day and night a
* 6
Bon Ton Co., new prop.
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: Keller Lake Items j
From our Special Correspondent.
Congratulations to the Ed. in Chief of
the Searchlight are in order on the arrival
of a bouncing new Editor. No weeder the
Edidor is all smile.
Mr. j. H. Mcllwain and wife made a
trip to Celbertson Friday and Saturday of
lat week. Hans Renevick was in charge
of the Enterprise Postoflice and store dur
ing their absence.
Tester Bahn moved Mrs. C. E. Coryell
and her hou.ehold effects to Culbertson
last Friday.
Mrs. Andersons' child is much improved.
Leaving the child in Culbertson Mrs.
Anderson came to her home on Saturday
of last week to make preparations to move
to tows for the winter.
Hans Clark has finished his plowing of
7o acres %.ith his four Ox team. Hanis dont
let the grass grow under his feet, he thinks
* i. , prepare for the winter.
ys.., atcCunae, from north of Medicine
Lake. is doiag plowing and discing in the
vicinity of Balacks and Youngs.
J. E. Keller went to Caulertson Friday
of last week to assist in the appraisment
of the Ralph and Glen Cartwright estate.
W. M. Swank made a trip to Bainville
ao Friday of las week with a load of Alax
for which he realized S,.52 per bushel.
The Democrat learns that F. S. Reed,
editor of the Searchlight, the man that is
making Culhbertson famous, is the proud
and happy father of the finest baby boy in
Valley County. It is said the little fellow
is the perfect picture of his distinguished
looking father. The Democrat extends
sincerest congratulations to both mother
and father and hopes the boy will grow up
to be just as good a man as his father. F.S.
Reed of the Culbertsea Searchlight. -Glas
gow Democrat.
Notice for Pubilcation.
United States Land Odce
lasgow. Montana. October 21. IS
Notlee is hereby given that Milton S. Ouna
whose oseoasc addre is Helema. Montana
has thislst day of October 19S led n this
o6e his applicatton to select under the ewo
visionsof sections R3 s. SW[ NWo. See.
10. 8EM NWI4. NE'4 8WW. Sec. it. T. ON. R
Any and all persons clalming adversely the
lands described. or dearlring tooject becanse
of thbe mineral character of the land. or for
any other reason. to the disposal to appil
cant abould sie their afdavits of protest In
this uc. on or before the 4th day of Deenm
bor. 19w.
(Signed) Truman M. Patten. Register.
Buy Your
for Fall and Winter from
Poplar, Mont.
Just received
new In warm
goods, clothing,
footwear, caps,
gloves and
Pt lit mr s.ereassumeir.
pierCamp, Na. ie . . . .dL
umetheach Nt sad id Wedsaedys at
Opma eesse Hal at 8l V . C. L.
Slmi(h V. C.; L. L. IBrsk Clsk.
The fbwing is the ram schadlea the
Gn(at Nethera Ry. at Poplar, Meet.:
Ist D tmoD t Na f asIwes s a. 1., so stop
Iasttl Sdi No. 4 a 1re4,a. ON.. naos
Uses oeamd No. mW ndvwme4d . a sto
West iead No. arstwes. ,a m. no sp
West lad No. 3 arrivwes f R m. a. 99n,
Rest W eand No. 1S asstves S: a. i. stpas
Malnea Ns.L. Sad4
Post Oce will be oer. a - nd adis from
t0ll am.
Poplar, Mo.t., Oct. sy, 19g9.
Farmers Institute will be held at the
Paplar Opera House Therday. Now. is.
Speehars will be. Prof. Tbomua Shaw of
Misseeota. one of the most distinauished
agriecltaral lecturers of the country;
Director Frederick B. Lingeld of the
Moataea Experiment station; F. S. Cooley
Saperlatendent of the farmers' institutes,
Edmmad Burke. irrigation and soil expert
and chemist of the experiment station and
Miss Verna Erwin lecturer in home
Seaday morning the Hill special on its
way to the Dry Farming Congrnes at Bill
ogs arrived here about 8 a. m. carryi-g
a distlagaished party of St. Paul men, in
cladiag President Louis W. Hill of the
Gret Northern. U S. Senator Moses E.
Clapp of Minnesota and a number of other
promineat St. Paul business men and
railway *ficials. Soon after arriving three
autos ware unloaded from the baggage car
and a mumber of them started for Plenty
wood across the pr airie with Joseph Cul
bertsom as guide They returned to Cul
bertson that evening about 5 p. m. where
the special had returned to meet them.
Joe ears it was a very nice trip but doesn't
think he cares to take another trip as Mr.
Hill's "skunk wagon" runs a little too fast
for him. Supt. Lobmiller was a guest of
President Hill and left on the special for
Have you noticed the new sign of H M1.
Mrs. Lectra and Miss Mcl.ed returned
home Sunday from Glasgow where they
had been attending teacher's institute.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L Hronk and son
Daniel left last Friday for itillings to at
tend the Dry Farming CIogre...
Property holders are busy moving their
fences to conform to to the lines of the ,ur
vey of the townsite of Poplar. Houses
that are in the streets will not be moved
until saut spring. You will hardly knio w
the place the neat time von come to town.
PDoes ANrg ias ess fs 1emmw ta.
edte. at the Opa BHeas Ne. itS
Every ose is eoadilr feieed.
Mrs. jois Maiinage eidaughsar4gsde
were Ia town the arM of the week.
M. A. Daels chief lak of the depars
meet stmrs of Timmmes nad Deanie of
Scobey, Most was sea on our steets
this week.
Mrs, J. C. Gregory returned home fee
Chicage lest ight.
Miss Dorothy Casier left Friday for Dr.
Atkissen' ranch on the South end was the
guest of her friend. Miss Viviam Atkhiese,
until Sunday weeing. She reports a de
lightful tim.
Mr. Aadrewsm represemtlag the St. Pal
Dispatch, is La town today in the iaterests
of his paper.
Cheap Pasture.
Horse' or cattle taken at $I.oo per head
per month, none taken for less than
month. soo acres ia pasture, not used yet
this season, good spring water and near
own. Apply to Mrs. D. C. Read or as
the Searchligt oaeo.
Local Grain Market.
Corrected up to date each Friday morn
Wheat, No. s. Northern............$ .87
Wheat, Durham ...................o
Flax ............................... r.5
Oats ............. ............. .. 8
Harley............................ .35
Chamberlaina's Cough Remedy has be
come famous for its cures of coughs. colds,
croup and influenza. Try it when in need.
It contains no harmful substance and al
ways gives prompt relief. Sold by all
Fine Lots For Sale.
I still have a nusmber of fine busineass and
residence lots in Culbertson for sale. which
I am anxious to dispose of. Now is the
proper time to invest, as when I have sold
,t hiuoldia:g. these lots will be held
much higher than they are at present. Hes
pt. *. t.s are in the best part of the city
,, u ,ness lots are the very bsa: on
"r adwav. 'erms. on.-fourth cash and
l dance to suit purchasers
T. Covacas.a.,
Townsite Owner.
Cull~ertson. Mont.
Men's wool shirts. sweater coats, gloves
and mitts, now in at The Big Store.
Traders S a~k of Poplar.
Invite sioneat.rf the people, auring
perfect servie and aqeeoomiuondation
consistent with usoud baning
The Old Reliable B I C I
Model "F" U UI I
Price $1250. Is the best ; all armd -easeeie teedag car Mes*
, factured teday. Goes anywhere and always comes
beck. Other models am eubibltton. Cme In sad see us before yes buy. The Buick
is the largest factory is the United States.
Dealer In -
" Wines and Liquors
Imported and Domestic Cigars
Pure Liquors for Family Use a Specialty.
A Share of Your Patronage
Culbertson, is Respectfully Solicitated. Monta
L mmnmnmnne

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