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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 June 1911

* .ust t *u Try enr fancy Sexttte Chocolate Not driaks of all kinds At McCormack's swo asses Want and For Rent and ·Pr Sale Ads Gi wasted Sehr geral hboework. Il quirs of Mr. T. Coarchese. 38t For Rest Chap--Geod fkor room cot tage and ls garde spote , with , acre. hIr mell oew pature. Iaquire of Mrs. D. C. Reed at Searchlight obce. jtf Rev. M. A. Weepard, ofd Blliag. Most. beptis State Mssioary to the Daaish people, will retur to Clbherteso a Sater day of this week aad will bold a series of gospel meetiag at the Dane Valley school bose. beqiasiag Seaday afteraoos at a 3o o'clck and oostise every evesiel natil farther aoten. Rev. Wegeard seeds so iistrodectia to the people Af Daae Valley. as hbe was here about Ave week ago sad at that time made a good impressios apon all who heard him. All are cordially ia vited to all of thee meetiap. Feley's KLMdy Remedy Is particauerly recommended for chroeic cases of kidaey aad bl!,arr trouble. It teeds to regalate and c si .l tl. kidaey aid bla...

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 June 1911

si I IUIE II.lE1 I IrMIME WY Syesar and ashlf e I wasu tkes with a sevw attack ef kMi treeble that r ned m to e ase eat that ms dae tobe legin m. Was attided Sae doctor who prao ed it a stLem in the blaer and Idthis Water. I took Ithia atr and tablets fer some time sad reohewd no relief fm. them. I stopped taking medicLas for some time ad having seam Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root in the bhos, I decided to try it and felt much relieved; while taking the second bottle eommenoad to pam gravel in urine until I had passed in all at east a half a dose or more sad have aot sufered the ltest maee sad n all ae taken one bottle ad a half and feel sey grateful to Dr. Kiler's Swamp-Root. Yours very truly, Ht W. SPINKS. Camp Hill, Ala. Personally appeared before me this 16th of August, 1900, H. W. SpinLks who subscribed the above statement and made erth that same is true in substance and tn fact. A. B. LEE, S.." Notary Public. treve What Swimp-Rat WI De For Yaoe Send to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Bansham n, N....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 June 1911

Ip ar W the roee M esL It wra as seen .a. to aW R. Lees, aad she wd. Msl. uL r ea, a mas Ln nsal t 3i l a s s M se a tosseemsee .Tm I s some Hei. Aa' bas Al ieasl wl ls Tsmm. I ewl. .m sef same 4m - SI te mabbat gmf Mab 5smna'. bo eeMssli ies gs. Bt I dst bW." bh Srt Ms - mab i elat Tpbem C One NO I B. Q puls hae s to NsOW ositom lMs emar. "bw does libtrs deel t that Lheabr wh re R wik Ml car ad IM d~ugter" uol . W~ls -Ier mhtf anatty st". sa B dd. "He 4as the poor Id relieved lsl t Mbis two most rs t o ~ aoeU W uN'. mm estele.e.--Carp aOe Wel. . CASTOIA a h ate se - res rto edy for Sathts sad elMrea, and m that 1t Boars the bldahter" at Ia U. mPor Over s e. Children Cry for Fl.chers Ctori Beore takl the ell by the hmern afet shald oohplete atlsfactory at raDemets for th tla go at tlhe p Sshell aFl momits Probably there Is nothing so In daere as the struggle between two wome to see which hall pay the oar We,. WOMEN MAY AVOID OPERATIONS By ai Lydia e. Plhm.'s Vcgstable Copound The to...

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 June 1911

IE CAPITAL IS AN EXTRAVAGANCE which no community can af ford; to do anyone a benefit it must be kept moving and to do the most good it should seek legitimate channels. Then let us divorce our selves Ioom the prevailing "get rich quick" fever and get hack to the good rays of our forefathers. Put your money into something at home, where it will HELP YOUR HOME TOWN OR YOUR FARM, and enhance the other interests you may have. Why not build a house, a eranary or a barn? Of cour%: you'll need lumber, but we can quickly help you out, as our stock is complete and most orders can be filled the day we get them. Don't the pre-ent g ),d prospects warrant you an building now? Call and see us. Let I's Help You Plan What You Want. IMPERIAL LUMBER YARD E. Juelson, rigr. & Architect Notice Notice is herey given that we. the un deraigned, have hlomedl a mutual .,t iDrtl aerehip for the trln.actoln of at r ner;l bankLag. dltcount and loan ime tllllr.,. .t Brockton. Valley County. Mlontana. under th...

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 June 1911

Sbt 1. N C1L0OSýtS VALL.T cOUIVT ANA. FRIDAY. JUNE s3. 1g91. , s.oo PER YEAR ,OL. N.z You Can't Tell Her canlg 't tall her allyeuwuld Ilk., but is a welce ee ugetion In a pernd bae of Liggett's Chocolates Take ne along tonight, and It will be the bet elent word In your fevor. All Savers, all klnds. Every one packed delatily. 3Oc and 90c Per Box. 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. I Palace Saloon I SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. Imported and Domestic Wines, - Liquors and Cigars. Family trade, Picanic parties, Hunting and Fishlig parties supplied. A P ad t tradoe da t he : Pubic s.p.ccdsley nitud ICAdrlns .Montau : STHE CONVENIENCE 1 OF OUR CUSTOMIERS : For the conveniesce of our. customer we have a place in the beak for private coverstios, letter writ iag or other business matters. This room is at your service. " ...

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 June 1911

The Semreafgat FRANK S. mas, Pulisher. CULSRTOON. MONTANA Keep a en a yes ea. For av'atei teats observe the mer nary. Revised for y tim-- swa t In time saves sIeas. What a fUS test the Japanese war scare is gettlie Quees Mavy admosishes the girls to keep their powder dry. Rubber stamp for today: "Aviator butt when aeroplane drops." Be caretfl not to have a sunstroke. Heat prostrattoss are the correct form. Earmarks of genius are easily die eorned in the man who Invented the straw hat Chicago telephone girls are to have air baths. but who can get any air in Chicago? The aeroplane which can run, fly or swim will be sure to be asked to re cite something. Now a scieatist declares that kiss Ing is detestable. Durlnl the spring onion season, probably. Our idea of good ishing is when it is so good that there is no necessity to lte about how good it is. A maiden lady who keeps a parrot that swears wants to know what ex cus there is for her marrying. A good many of our amateur garden ers lea...

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 June 1911

They Ar Deaf, Dumb and early -Ini, Says Pr lessor. aslgs Are Cmparatilvety Small and O8I aries Mut Be Regarded ae Merely Mythical-Really Does Net Think at All. LIads.-All the popular notions abot ishes are exploded by Prese or Harold Russell, the soologist. He asnseesn, after a series of experl mania that fbhes are deaf, dumb and practically color blind. They cannot cry, much lees shed tears, as many genwatloae of comic artists would have the public believe. The old stories to fsh which came to he fed whem caled er when a bell was ruea must now be regarded as mythcal. All that the fish possesses Is a radmeany lnaer ear, and It is modtle pat id the nocalled "latesti line." t.ella mysterious thing I lhesl. I tigs the calcarious stones out o the ears of fish, the fish lose all sene aof equiUlbriu and roll about as it crazy. The brains at ishes, says Professor Russell, are pompatrvely small, though the parts and the general po sitieo of the serves correspond with those of monkeys and ma...

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 June 1911

The uSeahllght. IU ht saetnw May st.. tgs, -s s -cla; w a Mastnr. Paobsa at Ca.ertmCn. Meet, Ulder Ac of Coaese d March 0. tsy n FRANK S. RIED. Edeor ad'Prapritr Term--Is advse, per year........ sso y Advertsil. Ras. very resonabhe. will be raihed. o, applamaes at this olce. TIE FIIRST REUIICAN PAPER b STARTEI IN VALLEY CI, MONT. a A new primary bill has been pre c pared by the committee appointed tl some time ago by Gayov. Edwin L. Norris. a copy of which has lust a been received by the editor of the d Searchlight. It is paterned after the b Oregon Primary Law and has a tendency to destroy the power of the political bosses. It provides f for the nomination of United States Senator at the primary elec r tion with a provision that the state senators and representatives will abide by the will of the people in the election of those important e oflicials. The party nominatiolns of all state and county officials is also provided for and it is so word ed that one party cannot throw their ...

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 June 1911

antaug. haut 25t Try ur tancy Ssxt tt. Chocolate Hot drinks of all kinds At McCormack's Fort et Cheep-Geed four room cos Sand laere mrdem spot, with 7 a.s lor stmll cew pasere. lqulire of Mrs. D. C. Reed or at Serehlipt es. 3df Mrs. a. 1. Bassets and s, who bmve bee e gets of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Foleesa. let Moday l hr tbeir bhom at Sandateoe, Mia. Mr. asd Mrs. Daniel Pearses. parets of Mrs. Foldbesat. lft or heruber emn a Wilmot. S. D. AllU of these pets of Mr. and Mr. Polbetsd m pdre is praise of tshe ple.did r tereaimeet they received while Im Ctl beaseb. Diamiod Flour at Teamer A Beet. Quie a crowd of Culbertsoo boosters wet . ies wish the Celbertson laviecblhs to Wslleisoo lest Suday to play the boys there bu it t emed to be aUs day for the Iavicibla or is the ad and 3d laaimis Williaoe beeqbht is 6 ecor while the boys brought is oely a. Slette shes took a tsa ia the pilcher' box. bet 3 more reu manaed to come Il before the end of the pame with one more for Calbertsom, making th...

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 June 1911

HAD BEEN SILENT SUFFERER Subordinate Ol eer tse healtaet of Hints ntmeded %ar His A sea captal's wirl tells this story -e a maiden woman. lster at one of he owners of the ship em which spe oee made a long vera She hhd ary decided opialoe is most matters, ad she and the captala had many ,eprlted arguments at the dinner table. The captaia's wife. a meek, submis s-ve little soul, felarlg that in the beat or argument her husband might sy anything to offend his august wausenger, was in the habit of kick tag him In the shins to hint at modern floc. Nevertheless, al these remind era passed unheeded. One day she administered a more vigorous kick than usual, and noticed an expression of pain lit across the face of the mate, who sat opposite her. "Oh, Mr. Brown, was that your shin?" she asked. "Ye., Mrs. Blalkle," said the mate. meekly, "hits been my shin hail the voyage. ma'am."-Youth's Companion FREED FROM SKIN DISEASE "Our boy was born in Toronto on Oct. !,. 1909. and when three months old...

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 June 1911

i.. Ue. Ms:.. -Staý,ý a - a k Mflwe~ Wage a Ima Ade 3mm 4.r Vme4i - -r -r - Ant R _ It , TA W * um.' th FernUM as Oewo-G Ue To Febee.ary ndvie. a.ia "New that you mr married, my mob Wan s meR." Wbat Is ft. dad?' Try tobes $bind, 4 at web'I a-l ebalor. +.as .-h. seam ta srs w tew ·I &Pk p·it bS ·rrr md bule man C U& *ukN~ mw umw isem £. S. aar. Lee.. L! You compalaf at mp~adltade; were you aot repaid by yeur pleasure Ia do tag g oo d ?- L e v . G v~ The wHub _"M Keep your beart bi; that Is the sum of phIIoeophy-V·i otr coat. FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN Women a eorl any ~a formn t Molm ep ladles pi y to o o.. muales wrth r Lynn, d and laanswered by wome-.oL -.. esan n l talk o her pi .e ill VeN to a womau \O women of AIe a wehich ba mowbe bhemPb Ilobed a oV md et wiot th wuit ma ef t trhe nd erhalhe Nom a nsoy lo werd thewm eoldath tleer to thdr OUs wil abtt.I Outg dtbrhe tvolumt eer as e which Mr. Plnkbham has. r from, It Is more than posis that e has rained the very knowledeI neede...

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 June 1911

is every community as m es " el integritym d tability. It's proof tt-l believe ain Sthemelves aed the future of O heir locality. Ad every " home that is eected on a " farm or in toes makes it just _ * that much better place in . which to live and invest your Smoney. To most bomebuild- " " ers it means semething to " Slive for-a read object in life * --as acquisitios that once at tained is a joy forever. That * NOW IS A GOOD TIME S * TO BUILD * 0 * goes without question. La. * bor is witbta roach, our stock * of lumber eer was more e * complete and prices are rea- 0 * sonable. Remember "He * who hesitates," etc.,-betrte start today--come in and talk - it over with .a-may be our * experience in the building " line will make it easy for you. • IMPERIAL LUMBER f YARD E. Juelsea, ftgr. & Architect " * Homestead Items * June i tb. iQn . Deputy Arssnor James Trower and fam ily astoed to Medicine Lake last week. George E. Laughlil. Leslie Stephen. Guy Miller. jobs Hatfield. Mass Delphie...

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 June 1911

V,. X. - .s. 8t. CULWIRTSON. VALLEY COU.NT.. ONTANA. FRIDAY. JUNE 3o. o 191. ..0o0 PER YA You Can't Tell Her No, yle caa't toll her allyo would liki, but tle riles a welce.m suggestin ia pemnd bex of Liggett's Chocolates Takl -e alng tonlght, and It will be the best solet word la your favor. AM Savors, all kinds. Every eon packed dalatily. 50c and 90c Per Box. 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 Telepbene 34 , Jacobs & Markle, Props. Palace Saloon " : S SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. os...o..S . a we..e -s---- " e a Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Family trade, Picanic parties, Hunting and SFishing parties supplied. A ..dath trad d. te b tis thek fcttlll epes tr anactio C llertso. . . Montcana Recod or You . ie recorded oo the books of the bOOnkso con which you may have access if necessary. Such a record ofte proves of great bakhig buma...

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 June 1911

The Sewenlght FRANK S. IR.. Pld.iee. CULBERTSON. MONTANA swa the pek r. It is easy to beBere that the water fa Isa. There is mosey ai automobile rae. fng for those who arvive. Missouri latee asdopting a state yman. We suggest as a title, "how Me." In spite of the decidsio aglanst It. re do not expect the tobacco trust to go up In smoke. The London market is overstocked with mummies from Rypt, some of which date to 2000 B. C. Doctor Wiley Is giiang great offense to the pie eaters by exposing the con tents of their favorite food. Things are still a little wt'r! in .,n ada. A Canadian Pacalic locomotive has been a recked by a moose. By sedulously sittiag still near an electric fan one may summon a seraph. Ic smile In spite of the torridity. There are aviators and aviators. One says he could have blotted out the Mexican army and another hits a cow. Pretty soon the returning fisherman will declare, "honest to goodness, the one that got away was two feet long! The sympathetic trained nurs...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 June 1911

SERIAL Ei Seei .u Nr Thimpus. D o r JP Mls...s G. Kettaer top'rhgkt iln. The Bobbs-Merrill Company. SYNOPSIS. lm lelna Lue. sp.nnter guardian angel aof iver Blur, preald over an im promptu day nursery for the babes of the unelhborhood In the rear of h.r rro cery. i1cr 'har are known as "'oap Box Bables." The fact that she Is single makes her an object of sympathy Ito the mothers. One of her frihnds is Mits Cyn this Page. daughter of Wihlow Page. Cynthia visits Miss ellina anl Iearns that she ha taken another Somp-Hl.ir*' in Alan Kent. youngh artist who wishes to ltabls h a studio In her barll. Blossom. Miss Lue's adopted baby° and one ('yn thla Is very fond of. sllows n vident preference for Alan. h'I,.n (yntlda eval Aln hers that her mother In dangr of losing the old homestead. A near rukus. Alan admires Cynthia. Se lna tells how she came to hes-ate in the lace and start the haven for lttle ones. he lsuspe.t that (Cynthia Is responsible for Alan's neglet of herself. Sale of the mor...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 June 1911

6 e3a-rc16ught tasmeu May a,.. n, as wecoed-acl Mase., Posesae at C resm., Mont., Under Act of Congru of Mah 9, t19 iRANK S. REED, Editor andPreprietor Terms--a advance, per yea ........ .oa advetli Rates, vry emaean , will be farmished on application at this ole. TIE FIRST REFILICAN PAPER STARTES IN VALLEY CS., MiNT. TOWN LICENSES Os November 3th and ,yth, ,op9, the Tows Courld of the Town do Culbertson, Mostaus, actig snder sad by vtrtue of the Revied Cedes Of the Sae of Montasa Secties 3#6. a modiied by sabdivisaon , of Section 3ag, passed two ordiunaces impseing a license nta eo ladnstries. per aits, prolfeims sad occpations coo docted it the said Town of Culberteo. Said eodianace taking elect jasary i. The Section of the Revised Codes of the State of Montana authorising the Town Council to impoee sech licanes, reads as Sec. 3366. License ta may be levied The Council may by ordisaace. licese all iadnstries, prsauims proessions and oc capstio.s as provided is sobdsvion . of necti...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 June 1911

--Im e.emvi t Dr. J. B. McCollum. Expert Optician and Eye Special st fromn Great Falls, will be in Cuwme.e July . 6. .8 a.d 9 Mondak, July zoth and 1tth; Froid, July sith and 13th; Medicine Lake, july 14 and z5tb Plentywood, July 16th and 17th Bainville, July S8th and 19th; Poplar, July 20oth and 2Iat; Glasses correctly fitted for any defect of the Eye-sight. I1ts KILLED BY LIGITNI'G FPred Friak and His Ners Struck Dmrng8 Thmadir Stoerm on Wedasedsy Afteramee While herding horses for Kane & Downing, about a mile north of Elmer Kane's place, fifteen miles northwest of Glasgow, Fred Frink was struck by lightning Wednes day afternoon of last week and he and his horse instantly killed. The man had just been in to din ner at Kane's and left the house about i:30 to look after his horses as a thunder storm was coming up and he got out on the range about a mile when the bolt came that snuffed out his life. No one knew of the accident until about 6:oo o'clock that evening, when the body ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 June 1911

THE HILL of HOPE (C.Isu. ua. ., Amomciad Literary Pratt) Alaster's beart lbd eamed It the bill of hope-a bare rise., looking east ward over great breadths of farmland, and down miles of turnpike. That way, said her heart, the fairy prince would come riding. some day, to take etr out of the gray stagnation of things. Alaster was fanciful A girl Is apt to be when she has never known ought save the fussy cherishing of an elderly household. Her mother had died when she was born. Of her father. the two great aunts, spinsers both. would never speak. Thry had money enough-a spare competence. Sa m daly It would all come to the child. She would have no need to mix In the world-as to ntarriage. that wasp th b shunned as deadly. Ilad it brough: anything but heart break to her mother, the first Alas ter' She had been wild and wilful. a beauty. fiercely courageous,. also fiercely loving, and hating. She h:d cl.oaer anw ardd, d he-tl.er or no t,, come back In a year. alone, and crushed. t: welco:...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 June 1911

me eor b f cMAI U w PhaeJ m it ·rt ý s qem sameles Rt emes ef the seMdrs oe- rs.es; Aad tie AelM who stl thw1Uigette Ge1bs9 b from him by his own weami is pnoished aIn te -eo t sad seer~ wit. Puede eg k.A l ta int hIm or Mb in. deed; he mst remalr n the uesiue h e'ir a-s u tAdrn a P ?l a 1t6 There may be a sggestls or tolder Iageobh this amrSe at latiUg u tesers In their midst. Psnishment by the famly estism may brais a peraem to terms semer tha anything OWheatee as aU Ma iaglter. U. Ineaswo ace tol sa I. Ske was not pulsbed ia the way that' ye or I light thik wise. All the childrem Is at',lI rey w. .t lediaur kat tld that somethings very dreadful had bapn" Is tiair abily; tiles had tod a ie. They must not romp or pbiy'ror l , te' s isd tUa a I. Th Designer. HIRAMS4ARPENTER'S WONDER FUL CURE OPSU IASISL "I have been alted for tweaty eatrs with an astiaste skis adsse. ealed by some M. a's. psoriasis, and ethers leprosy, commencing Oe my asl;: mand spite of an I coesd do, with the hel...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 June 1911

I Tell You, Sir, to Build Now. Why? Do you ask? Because both labor and building material are cheaper now than they will be after a while. There's absolutely no question about it, sir. It will cost you less in actual dollars anod cents to put up a building of any kind right now, than at will in six months from now, or even three months. Everything is on the up grade and while prices way not go as high as they were before the 190o7 panic, they're bound to be a good bit higher than they are now. Get our price on what you need now. IMPERIAL LUMBER YARD B. Julse, ftmmager mind Architect SDagmar Items. : jame . 191s. lea La.wes hi Dgma Satrdlay or his beanmis MKa, Wis. Ni. Chiatemase wen as Mediaise L.ab leass Snaday. Jes Hsses,. ed V rlme. was is tows A aewd f hboh somes aid Ad Ieds csl hmnb St. Has ooweslas, Friday essag p at Cast Ad.issas. Lamb was served sed thy dimsed stil a o'clkL. Oees aid JIsb Asdenss arrivd bare haieday veais Itoe Lariuoei N. D. to vials tdishe bmsr. A assm L Ads...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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