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c. JONansTON;D. T.W.COUNSONM.D: msms on new cewesme WAv a SIJUn Cnlbsrtuon, Montana ibertson, - Montana lAIY I. DALE a. w. Ortschied Attorney At Law Watch, Cck ad Jewelry ONss in reer of Repelrlug Oitisono 8tate Bank All Work Warranted -erteS. - , MeC. ULBERTSON. - MONTANA - u J - - Lodge Announcements TBOWeL wD- NO. A. O . &. A. . AM John H urly .-T-- o,* PMN.- . n u. t-l el ATTORNrt AT LAW I. I. r s e. UoCAC. J.. WOlm6aw WILD 3OE CHAPTER. No.. O. L. ooro.j WIY eond d fourth Tbured04 aIIo lc os1 t II& o'clock p. m. In M.o se N . oll . L . CW. W. M. M . WIN. .io. - : " a5" + Culbertson, - Montana *- -Al CITY DRAY LINE . A. JMAN NNIS, PROP. Dray in Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OULBERTSON. MONTANA Oi a OUR GOLDEN RULE **To ak. NEW FRIENDS by giving 0000 SERVICE to our ld es" 0 The Brooks Company's Store is the Place to buy your Staple and Fancy Groceries. Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee, Monogram & University Canned 0 Goods, Occident Flour, Are Some of our Leaders 0 The BROOKS CO., Inc. CULBERTSON, IMONTANA L . esteadi Om a eOaseil and her Mrs. Pedpp made a trip to FroM t *s vie imd wish Mrs. Sarah A muihakl week. Mrs. Vasetta, whs has Iln I tihe a pas wes. is naw bhtter ai. W. Remstad tee Aas , Mr. id Mrs. T Vassta and childrena atemim se 4al lmes at lWld last Seeday. Lambermea A. E. Kamps . d with P1 Mr. mad Ma. . P Mueller hi family Stoday. t Mma. eamp of Froid and ~lien left for.Neth Dekots last weak i also will : visit wish frimads sad relative at Minnea po and Albert Lea, Misa. mad other as pont eat. w Mrs. D. Phillips and smu. Fank were Froid shoppers one day last weak. Jobs Dmaielsoe was a Froid dapper one day last week. Will Hiagen made a trip to Falid one t day last week. t H. Horsman visited with Mr. mad Mrs. ca J. P. Mueller sad family and also with l Mrs. Archibald and other frieadmlast week. Bor to Mr. and Mrs. H. Simpke. a l baby girl, mother and daughter ea doing 0 nicely and Herman has a broad mile all d over his face. J J. P. Mueller will erect a abaro 3ox40o in the near future and will also make other improvements on his farm. 0. B. McCabe and the Schweak Bros.a are plowing with their seam sad gasoline c outfit on the lames Trower farmsatad and , J) im is putting it into flax. I Albart Mueller. of Seattle. Wash., ar rived behae last week to visit his brother, I I. P. Mueller and family. They hadn't maeen each other for fifteen year and they were very much pleased to met again. Dr. Miller, of Froid, has purchased a 1 )new Ford auto. Pretty near all the steam and gasoline plowing outfits are through with their spring's work and will let their rigs re.t, up until fall when they will thrush out the golden kernels of the big tqia crop. S Each age of our lives has its joys old people should he happy, and they wll be if ('hamberlain's Tablets are takl.n to strengthen the digestion and keep th.. hw p el: regular. These tablets are mild -and I gentle in their action and especially suita hible for people of middle age and older Ftor Ssale by all dealers. I Sheritf's Sale. ) NOTICE IN IIE.RERY (GIVEN. that under' Iand by virtue of an toxerutllon imed oumt of ithe I)lstrlet Court of the Twelfth .lud.lal ilistrietof the ·tateof Montana. In andt foe the CGuity of Valley. wherein Kaute I. itre Srºl I. I'laintiff. and Charles L. Folke.tad Is lefenldan, for the sum of (1..i. I have lseizd and tlvidul upon all the rllht. title ad inte.rst of the within named I.Defndant. In and t, tihe, followinu deserlbed oral estate: The .-uith half (S%) of Lot one (1) ,,f Hlt.k tela iu)ouf tien ori.imal towniLte of ('ulln*rtaon. Montania. ANI1 NOTICF. IN IRIERRItY (IVF:N. that saidl protn.mrty will li sold at Iumilie atUtl e to I he hiimaet bidder for cash o, mI ihe abowv dems*rilsd preminieson onaturday. tmei Ithdaa of June A. Ii.. iti., at 0a. nn.. I, atlisfy the amunllt due ulnder said exeteultion and the Semts mf nmk ilng thi sale. Dlted at Cullertsmn. Montanat. this Eth day of MIay. 1912 JAMw t IT. SPrrumas. hberi' lby J. Il. ,ANImIrm. R. (. IANKR Iti-puty hertff. Attorney for Plaintitf. 'ulbertaon. Mont. 41 seed lg No w be bes la th ee ,t .sa ampight be d a k se so mdbi a pausdt may eams rs em t a ed C crp 1 a las h ls we hle ya.ea. ad a a adm staw 8 b g Me Jasedafehd~I a mwE d f . @1 piednat al a slaglh se a am sil g lb "sp.eea We wig ty og the An f 1mm Mr. W lalms this fll aed' ee - ell how this osiecast oms eet. The eevm acte Mir msed Jia e g, $u 91. a. ledhJutm - nh 'o m maer I ddS Ilu t Nat • A. r Y a Add. It stood about eigheame lahe hi and will be cat pobra y aet wak. It will bae a secoand caing aheut the lat of a July asd a third cuttlg if oediea s we rant, lear in the hl. Meat yaur Mr. d Williams expects to maetu the amp em ths ldd or esd, sad the yar dhllawig tl he will easaeed from all of de bed as there is mor msmey at plaMet ih catting the second crop each year fr sad, than is cutting it three time during the sees tl hay. a Mr Williams is astdeut of aciateil farming sad upo being asked as to m - d ad of seeding replied that alfalf required daep plewing ad a good saad bed ad should be seded during the last half of May or the drt half of Jua. The important part of the sding Mr. I Willams informed aus was preparing the seed for the drll. He used nine pounds of clear sead to the acre which be mixed with a bushel of dirt from as old alfalfa field. This dirt Mr. Williams claims in- a ocalates the field wth nitroage gathering nodules, which form around the roots of the plant. Unless ibis dirt from an old al falfa beld is used to mix with the sad, the [ plants will not have these nodules, or not nearly so many, ad the coesaquepce would be that the field, while it might have a good growth the first year. would die out I the second or third year. Mr Williams mays that be has learned this from reading scientific farming pam phlets. hearing lectures. etc., but that his own fields are still in the experimental stage to this extent that neither of them ha- as yet come to a full crop bearing stage, although he expects to get a crop of I seed this year from the small field. Mr. Huxsol took several snap-shots of r the eleven acre held and if a good photo graph is developed from one of them we will probably have a cut made and print it in the Searchlight later. $5.00 Reward SStrayed or Stolen. one two-year old bay a. gelling. branded * on right thigh d a n This Colt is gentle and halter broke. $5 oo will; I paiJ fur infurmation leading to his revi, ery Address Jas. W. Miller. 6p4 Lanark. Mont. Makes the Nation Gasp. The awful list of injuries on a Fourth of 'Jly %taggers humanity Set over against it. however, is the wonderful healing, by Bucklen's Arnica Salve, of thousands, who I suffered from burns. cuts, bruises, bullet wounds or explosions. It's the quick heal er of boils, Ilcers, eczema, sore lips or piles. a5c at Valley Drug Store. The game betwee Sidney sad Clbertso did set take place as scbshedud last Seaday ee acceast of the seo-appearance of the Sid ay beb the rnads being too muddy for travel. However, the boys seat a mes sage to Poplar and in half an boar thereafter the Peplarites were speeding towards Culbertson, ea, get for the fray. Aad it was some battle that took place on,the local diamond. Hocking pitched a fine tame while Janes caught behiod the. bat. Smith and Danielson did the same for Poplar. Fagan did some creditable work on sat for the home team. Moses bald the same position for the visitors. Eleven innings were required to decide the score. A tie of I and was the result of the second inning, Cruckeberg bringing in one for the home team and Procknow one for Poplar. From there on it was a pitcher's battle up to the i ith in ning when Ceisler and Moses each made a run for Poplar, one on - an error, making the score 3 to r i in favor of the visitors. Culbert son made a final desperate stand I to even things up but could only ' land one score by Bruegger and SThere is no real seed of uayone being , troubled with constipatioe. Chamberlais's Tablets will cause an areeable movement d of the bowels without any neplessant ao . feet. Give them a trial. For sale by all l delerS. The Star . IMEAT MARKET: 0 Clarence Ross, Prop. * * Fresh, salt and smoked meats : 6 * * Fish and Game in Season I All Equipment is New, Clean and : Sanitary " Culbertson, Montana o THE PALACE SALOON I S SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. L Imanote ia 0S Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. * Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and C Fishing patties supplied. " '* I Culbertsoni . . Montana : S"S**********S******S******************et I Pioneer Livery I I BARN nI I I S Livery, Feed & Sales Stable Ho es.. ar Cattle FPer Sale aI Auto Li In CIan tnmcn. SDay and MNsht Service. Telephone No. 7. Tony Minnehan, Proprietor * l 1 .I 1 " K_"----.. .......A 0 * a 8• Ju 1n. 0.O 1 * s O Elt " ___ I o I 1 rl .- .--. --. a . t 0 * 'hint................ .. A s s 1 o em - ---- o o i g1 JToallsr ................. ..- 8 * * Emmair l *,I i1 A • a .... .... . 1 I I I Dealom ....... ...... I a a s a .... I I I I tmle besm alleell ., urmner , Jamne fages. & raebmeat Hodees: -se-ea, Jaes. iPesa. ikL: M ba a bl at mh S; left a bluse. m alr 8: struek oas.. by mth *. rby neoim as. dnse3 slts. Kmisr-m-eJaho:n; hi tbr semsr. Emiajy, -rmee. ...a..... r aJ'hek. Bruegger bad his haud badly spiked in the 8tb inning while sliding for and base, but continled to play tbrough to the end of the game. Buds Huat for Rick Orl. Oft. ate hunt or a rich wile ends whe the sa mases a wome that ae Ehleatic itters. Her stroeg serve i a bright beaia and eme tnper. Her pmebh-em otmplerion and ruby lips rselt frm her pure blood; her bright eyes rm estul soeep; her elastic step from irm, free nm cde, aDl ein of the health end emreth I lectric Bitters give a woma, and the firnom from isdigeediorn bacbahe. faint leg and dizzy spells they promote. Evet where they are woma's fa hvorite medy. SIf weak or ailing try them. gor at Valley Drg So.m.