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VOL X. NO. ~~CULBERt'SOI4 ,- VALLEY COUNTY. TWANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 2. 1911. S~oPRYA
VOL. X. NO. 7. I mrrrrnamanamammesmanrrrMMMMAMMMMMMMMMAAA SAVE $O0.,,. S EVERY 40 ACRES USE Kill 'Em Quick Oopher Poison 75c and $1.25 a package Wholesale and Retail VALLEY DRUG STORE W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. ARE YOU A HAM ? If not you can get the best Ham & Bacon as well as everything else in Meat line at VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. *eseweeeseeeeeeewwoeeoee6eeeeO@@OOOOOOOO . Palace Saloon ! SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. :um...., S. FrauS Ieepbeee Imported and Domestic Wines, - Liquors and Cigars. Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Fishing parties supplied. 0 A ioe of the trade of abe public is rmpetfully policited Culbertson. . . Montana * SS OR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS * or the convenience of our customers we have a place in the bank for private conversations, letter writ i ng or other business matters. This room is at your service. * 0 Our Modern Safe Deposit Boxes in our fire-proof S vaiults, rent for $2.50 a year. A safe place for your val ua ble papers. CITIZENS STATE BANK OF PCUJLSRTSON msaeni j. S. O. ftw mreos. W. Mteb. . t. Weat. C. A. W1lMmes L-mo *n POPULAR WEDENG Dr. T. W. Ci.ua.s and Miss UIl Deb. Wadded at Mawe ** Deceratles Day The long looked for wedding of one of the most popular young couples that ever graced Culbert- a son society circles occured in a Havie on Decoration Day. -Rev. c L. J. Christler performing the- marriage ceremony. Details of the tl wedding are lacking as both con- v tracting parties were very secretive as to the time .nd place where the i ceremony was to occur. 1 Up to the day before the mar riage the doctor's closest friends supposed the wedding was to take place on "Wednesday." May 31st, but where remained a mystery to 0 the last. On Tuesday mornling, however, F early risers in Culbertson who were at the depot, might have seen Dr. Colliuson and Miss Dale get aboard train No. I going west. The doc tor was decidedly nervous, It is re ported. for fear that his 3aggsge might be labeled or marked in some way, but so far as we have been' able to learn, tlhe happy couple made tleln escape from their friends in Culbertson without any violent marks of affection. The plan, which was in all like lihootn carried out, was to stop off in lIavre" long enough tom have the kmil tii: l tihen to take No 3 a few ihoirs Iiter aid go direct to Sp1okaii whltI, the In I 'top wa, to be itmadle I ii t, l i.f t:he happy cu.lpih ' i,'e to oIlic d ti, Portland, Seattle, Sant Ftanclscu, Los A , .e. andl otlher ,polt, of interest oni tile coast fh\ ,'.sy stages taking in tIei sights and scenery and having a thoroughly enijoy able lhoey lmoon in the Immiamlln lmlmle We undgerstanid thaIt f)r an.l Mrs. Cullimisoni will return by way of the (.nalian Pacilic andi nMav visit T'Iolonto, (.'Quebeci. Niagara Falls, andll how mllany other place. no one but tlhemselve- know. Tlhe doctor intimated to thell Searchlight I reporter that they would tprobablly be goute two weeks. but there was that peculiar twinkle inl his eyes, well knownl to hl.s frietndls, which I would indicate that thet "probably" might mean that it was possible I they imight be detained for a longer 1 periold. From the. high handed ianalicr in which both the l)octor and his I lair bride put the kabosh on their I frienJs belore their departure every means should be taken upon their return to show the affection and este..am in which they are held. An ordinary charivari party will hardly express it in an adequate Imaunt r. l)r. T. W. Collinson came to Cull,betson in March, .9o8 from Maxbass, N. )., and by his cour teou, mann-r and professional ability has gained the friendship and esteem ol the whole conimunr ty. lie is a graduate of the Tor onto Medical College and practiced medicine some time before coming to our city. Mass Lily Dale, now Mrs. Col linson, came to Culhertson with her parents in jyo4, after graduat I ing at Ann Arbor. She only staid a short time, and left for a post graduate course at the same insti tution of learning. In the fall of 1905 she was appointed as a p teacher in the Culbertsun graded school and assisted her lather, ) Prof. J. W. Dale, an organizing the Culbertson High School. As a teacher she has always had the I love and esteem of her pupils, all 1 of whom have shown her the ut I most regard whenever the occasion Spresented. She is a charming, tal eated young woman, and a Itting life mate for Dr. Collisson. The Searchlight joins the wbho community in winshitt thlem a long life of health and hippin ss After ponsiderable l, itr we re-I ceived the followtgs as tiunt of the wedding at Hasvl I, specal correspondeace which asrived late yesterday: Havre. May 3 .--Nem that ,llinteremt the Iarge circle of friieds of dl tr Thom* as W. Celliasoe aid Misl Ls I , ate is the atamoncemeat of their marriage at Hill crest" Havre, Mostaeam Tue-lay after I soon. May jotbh .Lea.g CulI'erison I the moraing on No ia trai t ry went toi Havre where arrangemets had teen ptre viously made by the Dieter an.l ke. L. J. Chlistler for the weddilg. l mpn reach ing Havre the wedding party wire driven by auto oat to "Hillcreit." the home dof Rev. Christler, where the marriage took place, Archdeacon Chriatler ,ttcLatinIg. Mr adr. Mrs. Percival A. Stout brother Injaw and sister of Mr. Christler. who re side at Hillcrest. received the wedding party and had everytbihg arran.el for the ceremony. After the service at lthikrest. the party putoed back to the t('ty and re paired to the (;rail Liaag palkors where the wedding supper as served b) t'aterer Henson and has corps of va .ters. The I weddiag was exceediagly pretty and the cleverly devised plan of the I cxtor and his bride to he Id it at Hiltores and thus quietly evade their bhost of tnds was most ideal. They left fur the uoas. on their tour. STROKE OF PARALYSIS W. H. Reed el CGlbertson ieas had Stroke Last Saturday aad Not Expected to live W. If. kReed, of tie tnrm oel A. C teed a" Co., of Culbert'.e. and je a brotlher of th.. edilti l tia the Searchllg.i t .sustained a .evert e st.ke ol apoplexy last ,atlarda) sIurtll) alter noOn, whall i left hiie uncoIInsioui .ant Itotall\ , hlildl's", on, sade being entirel I.,ral s ze... Dr Collinson ,a:. cal. dit at Ullt' and diagnosed the case, as abOV, and rxpressed the .oaualioll that there werl but slKight hopes of hsr recovery, althoughl lie might lunge, along for days anti ev.n weeks Up to "lThurn da' noon thelr " was practically aeu change lit MI reed's conadationa., tioaKgh at Iteeue' he had been sellll-tollscilOIs, but unable to talk. ()[l Sunday Mrs' Reed telegraphted to her sister, Mrs. Ella Whitney of Decorah, Iowa, and that lady arrived lire Tuesday lorllnillmg Un NO. . I I addition a mian tnurs has bten ,e . cured and the pataiet as receiving the very best atteaiason. This last stroke a' the cuitlaiis-a tion of a long illness, extending over . period of albout two years,, the patient having sustained some five or six mllior strokes, with partial paralysis, during that tine Last fall he went to Boulder Hot Springs for tiaatiiint andi was there several weeks, front which le seemelld to receivl sone benefit. I lie has a stronlg cuilstitution and wonderful vitality aind it is possille that he will rally Irom this illness sufficiently to take nourishmlent and recover consciousness, but it is hardly possible that lie will evea again be able to leave his roomll Mrs Alma Reed, the wife of the stricken man, Ibwars up bravely under his misfortune and is keep ing the Cash Groc sry Store open, though laboring under difficulties Friends and relatives of le flanily are showllng every appre aion of I ler bravery and extending sympa thy and kindness to her. That lirm ntf A. C. Reed & Co., is on a t sound financial basis and the death or incapacity of one of the mem f bers will make no dilerence par l ticularly iii the management of that concerti. A Peek Itea'fll Picket I would show the boa of Bueklea's Arisca e Salve that E. S Loper. a carpesier. ul SManUla N. Y. always carriers." I have ewer had a c. woead, brai, or sore it would nmot oe heal," be writes Greatest healer of hars boils sc alds.chappd haads Ss ad lips. ever-awes. skal -rptiose, cge - m, mrm sad pies. Ugly ase as Valley K D --l __ ea. me to tean o Farm Las, at so per mat iaserms. Sue Wal Mathe.s S CJLreaes. Meat. st C. Ce C. Caestitlatte and By.Laws Adept ed and Culkhstses Cemser tal Club Orugaleed The second meeting of the Cul bertson Culmerceal Club was iheld 4 Wednesday evening in Tanner's Hall instead of Moeedav evening as advertised last seek, the mee.ting having been postponed on account of the hall belleg occupiedJ IlondIyI evening by a moving picture show. About twenty enthusiastic buse ness men wetie present, with May or Mathews in the chair, H. D. E Edmonds was elected teeiporary4 secretary. Minutes of the previ ous meeting were- read. The comnmlttee selected at the last meetinK o dralft a coen-,tntleiton1 and by-laws repreted and pie seled a formn whith is 3practitcally a copy of the conentolltoin aind by y laws of the old Cultwrtson Coite inelrcial Club On neotlon they were adopted as realt On motionl all pesent were glv eIn an appeortullit teo become uenll hers of the new organlzatzltn hVy signing the roll suhbscrlbineg to thle constitution and by laws, and 4 practically ever) man present be. came members No iellllationl lee was called forl to twceamie lemlllbers anld the ditls were Itaxed at S2 o0 per allllrter On mlution thile meeting ad lourned until Fridavy iight. June elth, at whllc:h tllme otlhe.rs will be eleclted and the organlzatliibi per fected. As theeise is very bile expemse attached to fee.- iie a iiemiiiber ofl 4 thi.s club everv emall in Ceuleretsonie should loin aiel all ws ki too 'tle I iupf ldinglle and bestieiliee nt uof the cte'. PLENTY WOOD WINS A Stroen Aggregation of Players Camne Down from Plenty- e wood DeIoratlem Day Onl of the ietlrest battles of the seasun rged Ol tlhe local diamond " Tuesdayv afltrnoolm between the Plentywood Ibase ball learl and the a Culbertsoni Invincillirs. It was a lhulliiuler frosi start to finihl and a I large crowd of spectators grew hungry wtils the intense excite- " ment. I he game was scheduled for 3 p. m. but lo sollme easonl orl other was )orlpone d to 5 o'clock which graduall) changed to 6. Ilowever very few left until thie hmnish, ni:o. rThe visitors were frst to bat and up to thes hith inning honors were even, with the same numbier of goose eggs when Williamp scored one for tlhe opposing team and Robinson reachinalg lst with Zidlet oil ad. Smith bats a fly into Hug- 1 stron'ims r it where it sticks and i Munson fans the air. The Invin H calles still fail to connect with the ball and ill the sSxth L)ean and id Munson add two more to the vise -l tors' score. Int the seventh S.isth i lmakes a j bagger and conmes home. id End of seventh, 4 to o. 1 E.ighithi McNeil and have d. id monds each score- score 4 to a. In the 9th ZItle. of Plenltywood 1 brings ia their last score. It is up 2 Ito the boys now and they ulake 6 a desperate efforts to score but it 4 i was getting very dark but Slette 4 gets to frst on balls and Dick Ed- 64 litonds sends out a 2 bagger, and 14 SSlette comes home. The visitors were a bit worried now but the" next two men to bat failed to see the ball so the final score was 5 to S3 in i'lentywood's favor. A The lollowing was Plentywooi's * limerup: Smith 3b. Munson p, Dean as s, Kohr c, D. Munson ab. Wil it liams rl, Crawford If. Zidler cl, is Robinson rft. Culbertson's lineup: McNeil rf. dI McCormack c. Hurstrom ab, lanes s. Skette p. Dick Edmonds 3b, io Hocking ct, Dave Edmoods .b, . cMano If. Umpire-Charlie Bartlett. | ,3 UVITI AIE 4 1 IS SUITS for men, j young men . 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