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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 April 1909

A IRICA'S ORBATEST MUSICAL EXPERTS and SWISSI HAND BELL -RINGERS will appear at Opera House, Culbertson on Tuesday, April 20th, 1909 ADMISSION-78c, 80c and 2Sc The big event of the season. SA Fine and Select Line :r OF - Millinery. * ,i STHE LARGEST LINE OF Ever Shown In Culbertson. I" Livery, Feed & Sales Stable (THE JACK EVANS BARN) tc K. M. KELLOGG, PROP. All the Traveling Men Know Kellogg. PHONE NO. 27-a. 0 Culbertson - - Montana, *****************eseSese eSeese..s In * " , - , ClQ _ .. . - * i S The Evans Hotel SC. S. Staford, Prop. Culbertson, - Montana ....... e. ~·······,····················5 dis C - - Sat SIl ·. Sig t Money to Loan on improved FARMS ! Drafts on all foreign countries. Safety Deposit boxes for rent. S Steamship tickets to and from all Foreign Countres. S The First National Bank of Culertson * ~ ~ * *i LNEcl Ha~p~gd f ^ Seed haey at l.iner & ink C A. Balmak. at Cehlge wras ia town eveeal deyais. A.lhd J. Garag a.'s. 44t District Ce llr wil omwas n Glas...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 April 1909

M. E. CONVENTION Oreat lethodist Suanday School n Convention Will be Held in Butte. The Convention will open on Wednes day evening. June 2, and contoine until ch Friday evening. June 4. be It promises to be one of the most notable ne Sundae School gatherings in the history of wt the Northwest. co A great gathering of Methodist Sunday m School leaders and workers. Every pastor. church officiol. Sunday School officer and j teacher ought to be there. It means the M beginning of a great Methodist forward of movement in aggressive Sunday School - work in theNorthwest. B The Board of Sunday Schools is bring ing to this convention the services -,f some' th of the most representative Sundav S:hoo M% leaders in the land. An unu.ual oppor- r tunity will be afforded the Sunday School workers of the N ,rthwest to come into cl contact with the best thought an i the ne- i Pi est and most efecttre methods of Sunday 1, School work. it the focw,.ing prominent speakers will th be present and A, dress...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 April 1909

OUi Moflt 'A GOD GIVES US LION? TO SECE FOR THE RIGHT, THA,' WE WILL PURSUE WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVEIL.ANCE." VOL. VII. NO. 53 . CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTANA. FRIDAY, APRIL 16, ,99 ..s. PER YEAR VOL~~~~~~~~~~~~~-q Vii._NO._53.; _____________________________________________________ Groceries Delivereu Han tried oar Teas and Coffees Y Yeu will seldom end ouch red doodo S. but we are I ga speclaltys f d , od want e to ive thm a trial. OyaPm Japan Tea sH per lb.' oQeloamp Japsa Te Oaf per lb. Llpta.s Blmed A Ceyloa SIndia Tea - T k per lb. B arram.ta Hall Coaie a lb. Quickep Cobas - 2e perrlb. Our Special Coee - Iks per lb. 7 lbs. for $1.. Oar Special Cafes is the equal of say sua Cdoee il towa. AWmerders Larp:K S dared to an part of the city. I1temanatr Phs as. WATSON'S CASHl GROC'Y PUMPS FOR FARMERS I Meyers Ratchet Handle Three Way Single Acting Force Pumps, Non-Freezing. Single and Double Harness. Black and Galvanized Barbed Wire. New Stock of Tools of All Kinds. For...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 April 1909

le Searcichllgt. ao tes May at, a ,o. a Seaood-a bUtter. PmIosea at Cslbrtso. Moat., Under Actd oCoegr of March 9, s7. FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietor. Terams-la svamoas per year.........oo 4dvertsia Rates, very remsomab. will be furnished on application at this osae. Ouasss.n os. Mour., April s1 19SO. TIE FIIRST REPULICAN PAPER STARTED IN VAL.EY CO., MONT. The Weekly Kaimin is a new publica tion issued by the pupils in the University of Montana at Missoula. It is a brigh newsy sheet and has goodly share of ad vertising. The Montana Stockgrowers Association have issued invitations to their twenty fourth Annual Meeting at Miles City, April soand 2a. g909. READY FOR FILING Plats for Twenty Townships in this District Received at the Qlasgow Land Office. The approved plats for twenty more townships in the Glasgow land district, have just been * reived at the U. S. laud office, and the bulk of the land comprises the territory south of Culbertson and Brockton. and lying south of the ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 April 1909

Bf i L~ i. Ar.uw is BaWs d Msda St. Paul. Apr 1o0. - Informahb n letoreat id itahert 5a aedd re. dasrdg th mt Bies. deon O.pu Se sealt ses rd i af Whlte tbe war .vyr the A#mer sit gear New Brhtes was being wagedi Mr. Aurlm .-hl t. s esa n u a i~bkb, rwo qaitly copti tig to pussesHIod of what remslntnd ad. be thnksa be sedMs to complete ti blt l and abattor. And on top of it 41, md of far greater impor tane. I. the positive itrnrmathon that behind Arour stanad Nelsao Morris Swift & Co., Pwarsebhld & 8alaberlst end other r packers. 8splalan Ostalie of Plan. i m h o isoctm, president of the Wliscesaa. Land company, who negotiated the purchase of the present Ssit for Mr. Armour, comes the word that from the very start it was per fectly anderatood by hm and others lt-nrestd In seeurlng the land that Swift lttended abandoning South St. Paul sad bi plant there j :t as soon as Arthour was Installed and as quick ly as land could be obtained for the building at additional abhttolrs. [...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 April 1909

PRANk & REID.kE , ulS I WIfR SUUI*TiD, FrSig wa MadY PEOPLE TALKED AOUI.. George Herbert McCord, a well mown landscape artist, died from apoplexy in his studio in New York. Mrs. Fanny Friedman is dead in New York at the age of 112 years. She was born in Hungary Jan. 3,. 1797. and has been Ill only a few days. Gen. Sir O'Moore Creagh has been appointed commander-in-chief in In dia. to succeed Gen. Lord Kitchener' when the latter retires in August. Rev!. James Stuart Dickpon. corre sponding secretary of the college board of the presbyterian church. died at East Orange. N. J. He was fifty years old. 'Co'. Samuel H. Stone. former state auditor of Kentucky. died at his home in Louisv!l:e. aged fifty-nine years. He was one of the most brtilllant men In Kentucky. Otho Herbert Dilley. musician. di rector and composer of popular songs, died from consumption at his home in Senecaville, 4hlo. He was thirty-five years old. Joseph H. Russell. who went to Montana as a prospector in 1867. is d...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 April 1909

apemiraem me yAboe te. e age I wa seemsBe Ll n after be" est slm. .aru eam at a s Ma t I ant. sevro me It was a etat - eest perlt e r seOAN tehn t ea*t ae Ueed the la s hear, my m al* beget ast1 atl , I .stearte I Bdrul ear o e etn whee. . , Mha Teually st M et at aMO snt halrt at aU. I eaouM tru et a re smy t by he r handn. I wa afera to se* It. t 3 alter a two eakes ofT aeI -er leap sad anarty e a t e at Ctol. mars Olceeasn. bemage was mae pitm a My sealp Is Sew dear , an lthy r as oedem tntmy hair titk e than ever, whereas I ad my mind mes up to bebld. W. V. atsse, 56n Broead a. Plttabeg. Pea., Ma 7 and 21, 1B." ...e a & .4 up, 0 sle Puea, aB.o Cast About Adeortisid There s a great deal et east at the present day about advertletng, emit ted by persons who are very keen to get all the advertinsment they tam, and to get It for nothing It posslbe. Quiet people, who really do not want to advertise themselvA, are muek m.e mwsr .mw I wer wh brrdtund wt o Iit 0maerb. cl mm when.e le...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 April 1909

SPAGE FOR THE FA E Wit GOvmsvint Experts amd Odmr Prominest Wrilrs Say ca Agriclture andl Alied Topics. MANY ENEMIES OF THE ALFALFA PLANT Weeds. Rodents, Insects and Disease Have to be Reckoned With by the Grower--By J. M. Westigate. A istant Government Agrostologist. Over a considerable portion of the a eaertry weeds constitute the worst f enemy of alfalfa. This is especially true In the humid sections and in those parts of the west and south- f west where the bulk of the rainfall t commes during the comparatively mild i winters. Witch-grass or couch-grass t in New York and the New England a states, crab-grass in the eastern states c south of New York. bluegrass in the bluegrass sections, and the "foxtail" 1 or wild millets and crab-grass in the t central states are the worst enemies in the respective sections from the stand pclnt of the alfalfa plant. In the irrigated sections of the west, I especials in those sections character iaed by rainfall during the compara tively mild wint...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 April 1909

- is at -now" esiEtes P. landatt, Ms.. sasmdL. t.& adsh. RoWe Ceia Cr - ' , ; C mib;Gin 3. i asd. Gls. s: M~s W. & sw, befinsh Wash.: SA. D Jam. Tmhak. Wi.; Ole GB bereas, Twsarr,. N. D.; Lee Coamwd. Yasw: N.P. .i..b.m. Deaer. Cd. Lumber Talks. D( D s( dit dlisy hulaL . YeJ lnwh te teadie of pries as labr lpard e downsward. Let1 s gume that bhase ll, baS s bI or ,pear bI. Oar spladld stock sad snamied beyrng apadty m at year s.ric. . W. want YOUR bhssho. sst4 IMPERIAL LUMBER YARD. Fea Sas -Pmsbrrla Mishio baild lap it Pplr. eMast.. laSadg Maas.a. barn sad othar oat-baldianp. Eaqairr ad 3. J. Liadasy. Missiaary at Pop'sr. VoW6 The Musical Eckardts AMERICA'S GREATEST MUSICAL EXPERTS and SWISS HAND BELL RINGERS will appear at Opera House, Culbertson on Tuesday, April 20th, 1909 ADMISSION-73c, 50Oc and 25c The big event of the season. Livery, Feed & Sales Stable (THE JACK EVANS BARN) K. M. KELLOGG, PROP.' All the Traveling Men Know Kellogg. PHONE NO. 27--. d Gulbertson . - M...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 April 1909

Lake Iteis f ear s eoopatI Cooespeedst. April 2, x99p. Ihaerste this viilty are taking anoth te brom farming. The T ltw days everal frantic team et the beteer of the drivers. Os last Sea day while arl Evans and the Keller ies tes wee goeing from Balaville enarte to a th Keller home the team became fright emed and were nmeasagable by one of the a lUsn breaking and spilling aot the ocea peats. While they were bruised ap some b sad what might have been serious turaed oat fortanately that o one was seriously njured. i Mr. Latsea also met with a like experti eaon a Monday of this week. While on hitching his team from the wagoe before he got the last tug undone. his team made a lunaage aend became unmanagable and made a few rounding circles. then took for bomrne.. The Haines sisters, of Deearing. N. D., have taken their abode on their claims on the South Side. They will have So or 6o r cres breaking done this spring. Mr. Kao made a trip to the coal mine I ,ad delivered a load of coal to t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 April 1909

. ...--- --- - m· - ---me mm ai 00R OTTO0: -AS GOD IVE S LCmIa TO BARCH FOR THU RI3MR TEAT? WE WILL PURSUB WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVEILLANC." VOL. VIilI NO. z. " CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNT!, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, t99.o. $s.oo PER YEAR OGroceries Delive~ 1I Have you tried our Teas and Coffees } OCIRI Y ? You will seidoa bad asuch gtrade goods. but we as making a specialty of these, aad want you to give them a trial. Oyaa.a Japa Tea sh per lb. Qelchcap Japsa Tea 5f per lb. Lipton. Bled A Cevlso A India Ta - $ per lb. .Barrna.nt Hall CoaMe 4k a lb. Quichkp Coale - 25s perlb. Oar Special Coles - Ik per lb. 7 Ilb. for $1Ai. Our Special Cdles ia the equal of say soa Cosee in towa. Al orders Large.or Seal delvered to may pert of the my. Remenmber Pbees SI. WATSON'S CASH ROCY PUMPS FOR FARMERS I Meyers Ratchet Handle Three Way Single Acting Force Pumps, Non-Freezing. Single and Double Harness. Black and Galvanized Barbed Wire. New Stock of Tools of All Kinds. For Sale at Lowest P...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 April 1909

i. Searchlight. I ait. Pa.m Sa bt-= MeaL. dr Actw A tdCe .u d March, . sIl9 PAIS . REBD. Editor aad Proprietor trs--ta a.vases. per y.ar........ M a Adnerthiag Raw. vry reasaialte. will be C farmisbal s applicatio at this oEce. i -.l3ossWs. Molt.. April 1. 1309. TIE FIRST REPUILICAN PAPEI . STAITED IN VAUEY CO., MONT. f W. C. Kester, at one time editor and proprietor of the Chinook Opinion and later had a hall in- t terest in the Havre Herald, but for the past few months not en gaged in the newspaper business, t has again assumed the editorial Il harness. He is now editor and b publisher of the Silver State, pub-. a lished at Detr Lodge, Mont , and u already the paper is showing the results of h- .aaster hand at the helm. The Searchlight extends j greetings with Brother Kester and sa wishes him all kinds of luck in ! his new venture. T. F. McDowell. circulation and advertising manager of the Glasgow Democrat, was spendinga a few days in Culbertson this week 1 and called at the Searc...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 April 1909

.. lgi a sa p 1t. - A It - A Jidibs am 4a.s taken •ereas eat 01. power , toA i r Tbohe mange *1..i at 0ea0 are J ulart, int t «s.d ' p. 4 r .Ml as i a wI* Ioure and m ay abrois imed the swmeets 4he Iles. avii " set to have aeow begn .eat aers nt the- C ses to Wh thleae. Nate ao s u ts OMto M a.bs to-l that pfrttl s tm x, b Nhin to Ai obtaoinable as t thet mme bo pt ros who ares hei port sade siay Armtenas were dsst stcre. Twoe Ameran mWeslorles are stll t to eamur the dead, bu sah hce soal at Mers, at4s Daugybryk . M sad to have been ethm Cmhr the t hrebe a. tre oeeantia ot thes Ameriosa has dslsarese was to be ti t arub s at Adnas, t ad that Mr. dsa tM». Wil tham ClWmbers, the Misses wlisabth Land Mart . WOhbb,. ts Whllise ad misn Bort, isti maries were hrto hae r te.en preset there. Ambasst doer iltman has instructed Vim Consul Debbas at Iersin to ago im mediately to Adaa e Civil War imminent ondon, April 12. - While many ragmentary reports recrved . here point to thoe Imhlthoe of...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 April 1909

IUGH m5 OF WU SIM0 M Imperesse Oasis at a5n se as Manuali S-arms me PF.u TALSEE ADMT. The presdet ihas ominated Ro art S Besa for United gates district lease for Oreson. Henry Hutehinson Hollister, a New York beaker, died suddenly at his oeemantry boms borne at Islip. L. I. Alvah Bugbee Wood. architect, died at Ithaca, N. Y., aged fifty years. He designed plans for Portland cement works all over the country. Theodore W. E. De'emos, promi Sent as an architect in this country. Gkrmany and Mexico. died at his homrne nto New York from heart dis ease. Norborne N. Bocth, perhaps the oldest te!egrapber in the United States, died at Evansville, Ind., at the age of elghty-six years. He start ed as a telegrapher in 1849. Albertus H. JohnsOn, chief of the correspondence division of the post. oZece departmcnt, has been designat ed to represent the department at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific expcs.tlon in Se attle. President Taft will speak at Get tysburg May 30. on the occnasion of the unveiling of ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 April 1909

uw - ew too *tsom - bri i "U" umm . t qpus 1ýs~' f as t**s I Uto . ii r wYil --"- m~~w' --~ji sr u'ngrnu"`" k~ma' - . Tryars seslLossor Seasel_ u..--sm / Thint Years -KLI IUse CsS3kr S~ust W go t&e mint leave!s OUT flws the ddium= mhit leaf WRIGLEY'S Speamint is fal d it- ad s ed't ahr it out. fi~l~i~1,. y wir s:siu~tz~P!~;2~Li~~~i`~5~ Sea iklate _4s~een esbtuarr. MapI *&eas hors asbenue anidi. the esatme bsbr't ms1 ao diappuIetel whes I t " " AI 'W ."& he bset wh i this wiirle Ii The ameltease we get is wsleiA elattry. The beat wa ds Met it IN wane' reelv believes that bhe is is the bothety ieles weaa haew thsat - wll ashe *ele ot theasslves It gives a heess sad they gire them lets at chase.s. PO 00 Ee w: Y. T? Mean lb ·1ra wu There are ssia erica people who thiak therre Iks. 1. Wary. Ire tenm O rr tsW e ar..... or as ldoleet lasa Is selies toe lesg to e late debit. T~m~ h tb @mesIs at jIm1 is ad ?33l 1;7i UED mure* his baes wmtta i as roi. ar.m pr e- Ldmn ia. mean amt ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 April 1909

dwS.ell ag the Kid. msibs ca tree ore or bad baieks sd bho to aare them. mrs. W. . Davis. of Groseeck. Texas, says: "Bask aches h.~t me so I counld .hardly stead. Spl lsut dis siesm and sick headaches were ftraget sad the action of the kid. Snaeys was Irregular.' Safter I began tawkl Doan's Kid. aes PMs I passed several gravel siaes. I got wel and the trouble has t soterued. My back Is good and lssta and my general health is bet Sd by all dealers. 50 cents a bor, sMclMilburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Had No Kick Coming. Ilarker-I say. Parker. you seem to lake lIte pretty easy; you must have a ased salary. -Parker--Yes. pretty fair. My salary s $1,900 a year. I save $100 and run Sdebt $700-that's $2.000 all told, sad if a bachelor can't live on that be e.ght to be ashamed of himself. Exactitude. Lady (on the bank)-My dear sir. bhew did you come to tumble in? Man (na water)-My dear madam. to be rank. I didn't come to tumble L-I came to skate. Warned Of!I It s satistfactory to learn that the...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 April 1909

Le. HmFa h j Sead .relsy t Teaer & Bears. W rax se-Oi by Mrs Boal. 53t Cot SEM to Degmar was isn tows Tue Gas Lights repaired at Alfred J. Ger ses's. 44tf I FL S. Jadson. of P:armiol was in tows Maonday. L. ireybright. of Mondak, visited Cual benaso Tuesday. Tinware repiring and save troughs at Alfred J. Garnees's. 44tf Mrs J I. Singletos. of Medicine Lake was is town Monday. Geo. B. Crater, of Williston, was a Culbarson visitor Twesday. The new Myers Patent Force Pumps for farmers at S. S. Moen's is what you want. R. L Watliver. asager of the Dakota. Waters Telephone Co., was in town Yonday. See the Meyers Ratchet Handle Bram h Pipe. Three Way Single Acting Force Pemps, at Moo's Hardware Store. 47tf Thb postmaster informs us that tinsel postal cards must be enclosed in envelopes sorder to be mailable. Otherwise they ae anot to the deed letter ofice. Foa Salz Cana.--One deeded home stead, two good springs on same, one mile and halftt from Culbertson. For reference call on orrrri...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 April 1909

Kdake Iams! Ve oer Special Corse. endet, April 2x. 1909. John Foesyth is out on his claim and is eaing aa edort to pet in his crop. John says it is pretty loseome about his shack. He thinks bacin as ot the oly happy Ide Two Rdssell sisters, of Shippenaburg. Pa.. ronue to Hoquisa. Washington state, stopped at Culbertson and are visit lag with their uncle, |. E. Keller and wife for several days. after which they willcom peete their trip to the above named place and make it their future home. They have two brothers there who are in business. J. H. MacllUwain was hauling hay from A. Harbo the firt of this week. The farmers in these parts are doing their seeding. Mrs. J. E. Kellerand nieces were calling on the neighbors Monday of this week and will make a trip ic she city Tuesday. A call meeting will be held at the Keller home Thursday evening for the pt.rpo.e of making arrangements for a building to bold school. Miss Lillian Harris canvassed the dis trict of schools to ascertain what gr...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 April 1909

*0. CUL a tSoN. VALLEY COUNTY, A. FRIDAY, APRIL 30, t96 st.. $ R2 YE00 T'roceTo a e thiv ed _ 3a'ejamab.. *t s L ma me u bet we ane Van el"ho t thean ae -. Oranm Jape Tei 8s per lb. Qd&mp Jaese Tea Us per p. Lpas~ Hind A Ceyloa aadia Ta " 98Per ib SernaHsne RaCoas aa06 Qealhep CoSee 2-s peark Our Spil..at c.** 1s pwea. t Wl ar f RAW. Oar Spealel Comm is the gqoal of my a - Comm 1a tots. AWqrdIeLrt Seagd w"a4 piNt ao lbs ilr. w a smoe Pb... SL WATSON'S CAS GROC'Y PUMPS FOR FARMERS I Meyers Ratchet Handle Three Way Single Acting Force Pumps, Non-Freezing. Single and Double Harness. Black and (alvanized Barbed Wire. New Stock of Tools of All Kinds. For Sale at Lowest Prices by S. . MOEN TOE HARDWARE S.", VUA¶ MAN St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Pt BoaS.., Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, M Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L,. B. 8OHOW. PROP. Dray Lag Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. 01U LBBRThON, (DoNTANA THE HARNESS SHOP Brenna & Schow, Prop...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 April 1909

r Ike Searchlight. bamiee May as. 29o5. M Ssod I ~,Mon. peos" at Cubtsam Meat., Umair Ant o C-m.u 1 of March g, sa7. FRANK S. REED. Editor sad Vreprsitnr. Ternsm-.ta s mm. per yea. ....$.00 Advgeirting Rates, very ramomuMs wil be fuzarehl on apllcation at this ouce. Ows asUsres. Mo".. April 80, 190. TNE FIRST REFUDI.CAN PAMR STARTED IN VAlLEY CO, MONT. Atkinson Collects Grains. Prol. Alfred Atkinson, head of the agronomy department of the Montana Col lage of Agriculture at Bozeman. has beed elected vice president for Montana of the National Corn Association. This association is behind the National Corn Expositioe which is held at Omaha each year. and Prof. Atkinson becomes the ofcial representative of the exposition in Montana. Though the association is called a "corn" association and the show a "cora" exposition, the word is used in a continent al sense, referring to all small grains and grasses. Thus Montana, as the state which grows the best oats, prize wheat and unsurpassed barl...

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