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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 July 1911

~7 r~Ugbt _ 0 i. CUL RTSO VALLRT W NT?, ANA ... IDA. JULY 7. 1911. «pc 1. R 0A ~~·.i .. • ...., .lr •· ·" '!r • . . ' ;.."-....-.. _d _* " . ...L n I ...1 .... ....pl prl" It- |s-o PE EA is - VALLEY DRUG STORE W. A. Huxsol, Prop. ARE YOU A HAM ? If not you can get the best Ham & Bacon a ' as well as pverything else - In Meat line at VALLEY EAT MASTORET S 3 Jcob & Marklexsl, Prop . Tdsph.., $4 Jacob. & Mar~kie Prop.. j Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. i Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. SFamily trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Fisbiag parties supplied. SCulertson. . . Montana We Keep a ... Record for You. One lf the advantages of having a bank accounl is the fact that every transactaon * recorded on the books of the bank to con nection with your account is a record to which you may have access it necessary Such a record often proves of great value. This bank will be pleased to have your 0 banking business. CITIZENS STATE BANK OP CU.LMlrLoN ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 July 1911

The Smih SRANK S. Mika, CUL3KRTSOS. MONTANA Thi la the ti to swat the fool who reeks the ba. The Ieesrle ta is the bsest and best thi d the bhoet season. A bald head wer seems to worry the man who has a se of humor. But bow can a woman kis her pet poodle if he's masled as the law re qires? The man who refuses to wear e straw hat is guilty of undue restraint oe trade. Uncle Sam has called In all $1,000 ills, but thim will not disturb the ultimate consumers. Goldfish worth $800 were recently stolen from Philadelphia, but the con sumer must have sardines. It takes a considerable amount of assurance to induce a man to commit t suicide on account of hot weather. In Detroit a receiver is to get $958,000 for his work, the word re ceiver thus reverting to its original meaningas Dr. Wiley says that it is easy enough to keep cool, but not it be's going to keep on finding fault with everythlng we et. Look out for a man on your front door step almost any day now with a complete history of the M...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 July 1911

*11. 4m; .r 1*. C~n~A ~RII ~W srn ~rra0 to Queen Victoria was re A SPLENDID national memorial cently unveiled in front of Buckingham palace, London. The occasion furnished an ex cellent opportunity to the British peo ple of paying reverence to the memory of this Illustrious woman, whose long reign was marked with the progress and expansion of the great empire and whose court was noted for its purity and virtues. The ceremonies attend ing the unvelling of the memorial were regal tin their splendor. The unveiling of the statue was an event scarcely secondary to many people of England to the coronation of King George and Queen Mary. The king pushed the buttoU that unveiled the statue, which is ee of the most beautiful as well as fttelike erected to t)e memory of Great Britain's revered sovereign. loon after the late King Edward aseeaded the throne his majesty ap pointed an inlueatUal committee to consider the best manner in which the memory of his revered mother, Queen Vietoria, could ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 July 1911

hie( Kam" ll U u.. sm. s Umam4Clau Waws,. Pisaw. a uas&. YMn . IJd.f Act I fCeuWu d fmn,. iU$ FRANK S KUD. aii.. amior pIsio Temrm-la m.v . par puar........ Adwmtiag. Ras. my mmIii.. will be f hi. 0 appicadioa at skis Gib" TIE FIRST ROW"UUA PAM STARTS IN VArLL CO, lifE?. While the crop outlook an Northern Montase is being per sistently reported as very favorable a close iavesgation in Eastern Valley County develops the fact that the outlooik hr even half a crop is more thai dubious. Seen froma the railroad or from a carriage along any road the crops look pretty lair as they have a mice healthy color, but if one gets over into the felds he will had that wheat and flax are only as ew inches tall and are already begin ning to head out. There is no use ia trying to hide the situation or delude oneself waith the notion that t4ds is to be a bumper crop year, for such cannot be the case. BASE BALL NOTES While most every one in Cul bert.on celebrated in some of our neighboring towns, th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 July 1911

4 4 J. IL LquOsOptieia sad ye Special is sots Gross Falls, will be is CJuut .hhly 6.1 S i* Moamak, July orb sad teek; Field, July tss said 1316; Madicia. Lake. Jul4y 4sad tstb Pleasywood, July sbeb and 17th Dsiavile, July tub sad ugib; Poplar, July 2otb amd 21s1; Glasses corroctly fitsed for any dolses .1 she BLy-aisbt. eu's Palsy's flom" m Tor Comp5Um h liasa.1t h· s sad ceMlia is either e miYrs l K 3mw paim.. Ho spieeaw hminins dlrag Is th. ysalt pac age. Reburs inbssrsma. For slm by al drg aim i JAS. S. AVERY I Poplar, - - Montana - AGENT FOR ORAY MOTOR CO. o SDealer In * S(GASOLINE ENGINES, Marine and Stationary o SSpecial attention given to pumping outfits, furslmhed In all sizes from 2 1-2 to 36 horse power, guaranteed by the manufacturer and ab- ' solute satlsfaction in every respect or your mon-5 ey back. Engine and pump jack to At any windmill pump. All complete, $65.00. JAMES S. AVERY e Located at t - Mails Ferry: j CULBEjRTSON TAILORING CO : " uasemens ..I CU Boan 5tate B...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 July 1911

An Artist and His Dog BY CARL JENKINS ( gi S Mi. y Ai.dr Uerr7 Preus) It was known to the Sbekds, the Durhams. the Chatteetoas and all other country familie for Ave miles around that the little farm known as Roselands had bee sold to some one nt the city, but the same of the buyer had not transpired. Roseleads had been owned and occupied by an old recluse for years. His bobby was growing roses, but be would never sell or give one away. They simply budded, bloomed and faded. On two occasions Miss May Shef field, who was by all odds the best looking young woman who drove past Roeelands had stopped and tried to melt the old mane' heart, but it was In vain. Had she been red-headed and cross-eyed, and had 'a big mouth and a nose tilted up at the end. he could not have been more surly with her. Neither praise, flattery, smiles or cash would melt him. Red roses pink roses - white roses - roses enough for a duke's wedding, and yet the passersby could not have one of them. When it was known ...

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

I--ap wsd Im t me mirr Mr. ldag ba es L e A AmAa u-ch chap ea wriv -He eaa r w thaet ahout itb-No e ears 7e smeet toe Thkerlma Kdnes of Newrt. Thsek y wa tha ft tat astle t that over Ulved. LAs eiter o the Ourmbll bhe coua hbrl hta', him slf to jreet a MI. fr hear at haurty his weal-be eoastrlwtr The Mtory at hs aesta.ab pas or . oatrln.a tuse that he mover pIrte, la order to soeel the Ieat that he had reJect N4 tharn, may be trne or fae. We do at remember emo.y how the evi dems polats. Bit ees t t be a story, somk sarel are mot tolM of sea smae ot the stars stal t the Thaelb ery eomm r makowa. The Sem% but DI ea.t. 'Whea It eemes to the tak et tak lag up th paror arpet, do you rae away fram the job? No, I hbe t 1" OWES HfER IEALTH To Lydia H. Plnkames 3eo#,1n.,3~& want to tsU i V tc.Cn. :; wtha ha somka ;:"ý wi bard worth.n ul. et It then M both ayo. Dabalrsd 8eutlr cut git n the boatem iý a4 b~ett et e d for -is to th ld teus rns d a trl s~lg . ad it raL rwe rd k6w1r dirn I ae...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 July 1911

I Tell You, Sir, to Build Now. Why? Do you ask? Because botlh labor and building material are cheaper now than thlev' will Ie alter a whale. Ihare's absolutely no question ahliout it. ,it. it will cout 'oil less in actual dollars and cent-. to put I .i s ,laInIllg of an kind right now, than it will inl i\ uiiouithls Iroi nIo.w, ar r-'ei three months. Everything as iat the up ,;rasle anid whlile prices tmay not go as high as lthay wv re hIe-lrh the ou7 pnaet, Ihe)'re bound to be a good lit htghert than thre are nov. (tet our price on what vou nFread l~ao IMPERIAL LUMBER YARD E. Juelsoen, rIanaxer and Archltect Keller Lake Items . July bth. 191q The 4th of July is a thing of the past fur Igsa with all ass notable events weh theI pastratic Sons of Amerira Mr. and Mrs. Tucker Moore attended . the meetang of the Brethren north of En serpras a s lat Saturday evenai. I A goodly aumber of the members of the I Church of the Brethren from she Willasotn colgruegatoa attleded the t'ommunaun a S...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 July 1911

7 "" N. CULBU O. VALLY CO- NTANA, FRIDAY, JULY ,. . PER vo.T. NO ..:...,, -' s-l, i hi G-v , i FOR SALE AT VALLEY DRUG SI ORE A.. W. uxsol, Prop. get the best 11am & Bacon -as well as v~. rything else in Meat line at VALLEY EAT MARKET TlpbonA. 34 Jacobs & Mrke,, Props. as well as T.Npbone 34( Jacobs & MaL~rkle. Props. Palace Saloon j SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. Imported and Domestic Wines, 0 Liquors and Cigars. 0 SFamily trade, Picnic parties, Hunting nd Fishilg parties supplied. A pose of thi rd o t fthe ib pr ais respecmtflsUy suiciusd S Cullertson. Montana 200.........***00000*********00000000000 * * WeKeepa... Record for You. I One cl the advantages of having a bank " account is the fact that every transaction recorded on the books of the bank an con nection with your account is record to which you may have access i necessary. Such a record often proves of great value. " This bank will be pleased to have your * bankiang business. CITIZENS STATE BANK OP CGUUIJ r...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 July 1911

The Selight FRANK PR M her. CULBERTSON. MONTANA Pin aM emd dls eather. The reeblems detag of motors most be stoppe. Death otlieme n take frightful oll dof the brd men. Ist weehk weathe was splendidly, adapted to frylng egn. Sometimes the straw bead shows which way the wind biow And Ih the esatime don't forget m empty the pea aader the icebox This weather In hot enough without getting hot at the weather man. Keep tool As soon as one trust prosecutlon is ended another, or perhaps two. is We could use a little C:.,:u.. u weather now. but not too large a con signment. Beside helping to exterminate a foe to mankind, swatting the f affords good ercise. It strikes us that Dr. Grant. who leclared the Jonah tale a muyth. is not a fisherman. "Big feet, good understanding." I1 a new maxim that Is widely accepted la the wild west. The Inventor of dynamite never In tended that It should take the place of the earthquake. Still, if chorus girls get in the hab it of carrylng pistols, won't It dis c...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 July 1911

l t s 1~1~10, T HE Chiams o1 Norumandy will ring all summer, for during the entire season Normandy will celebratet Its one thousandth birthday. Northmen are the heroes of the Norman birthday. Up the river to Reun will come swift Viking ocean greybounds, dashed on by their banks of ears. The first are Norwegian; and, Instead of fre and sword, they bar gifts-in partlcular an exact re production, one-tenth sIe, of the mag nifcent old Viking ship discovered three years ago in a mound at Oge. berg, complete with Its anelnt arms and tackle. AU react the strange events of just 1.000 years ago. A sail! King Proderick of Den mark looks proud, now. Up comes an other Viking plrate craft with gifts In particular, a granite copy of the Jelitng stone, greatest of Rualc mon uments, dating exactly from this pe riod, 1,000 years ago. It is the gift of the Carlsbersfund, a Danish acad emy of arts and sciences. A sall! Again! It is King Oustars turn. Up the old river dances the Swedish bark of King Hu...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 July 1911

The t. ERasee May as, age. a Ied-Class MaIeO. Possese O albes. Meet. UJder Act dCe 8ea u of Marh 9. s: FRANK S R&RD. Kitr ad Proprineor Terms-le advace, per ear........ oan Advertising Ramse very rumease ls. wll be faraikhed of applicatioe at this oice TIE FIRST REPIIBLICAN PAPER STARTES IN VALLEY CL., MIRT. Thos. S. Shepperd lo Deuver, the es pert civil engineer whl is drawing up the plais sad specificatioes of the Culbertson water works system. was hes a couple of days this week. He eak several samples ol water from the Diamoed Comlee and after as esamisation gave it as his opinion that the State Board of Health, which was sent samples of the same water some time ago, would reject the proposaltlo to hair the water takes from theew on account of the large percentage of aros carried an solu non. lfe said that while the water would net be harmful to the public health, it beain ecluded from the air in pipes would produce a disagreeable taste, sad that it could not he used for laua...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 July 1911

rriý *' *..tarrl· d L. -r 9nW U CsS as . gay - aid cmat3. Cmir WII. T a fr4", r týrb by &. L ow " Jt* rt trtu I w ow cll ua ,. cmmmi mm r rn owY ~ by o r'' ý. º w rr Cl Desna a w o o-o f CULBERTSON TAILORINO CO Be of CitIuaes Sate l ak . SAM J. PRmYUNO, ..asr 0 Gentleaen's Clothes made to or- I der. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes Cleaned, Repaired and Pressed. Dry Clean ing a Specialty. Clothes called for and delivered. t SCULBERTSON, - - MONTANA : IN THE (l001) OLD SUMMER TIME KEEiP COOL Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers Gasoline Stoves and Ranges BEST MAKES AND LOWEST PRICES FOR SALE BY S. S. MOEN, THE BARDWARE MAN 11* * * \r *r~i * , : MlTm .ECEMP ADAE * ' ! 0 0 lO'' ''':~PS~Y~V~ ICE5 CR PAILOR . :S \ 6~e 7~0 Z.·.·.S """""""""""""""""r ~ S nwur rrcoa 0 MHTOS IC CREM POL1O.AND CAS l d. .A 3. em -amm. a sn .rri· steer. as wea oT. -or lo mL oi." - a Cr. ele thellr ab w C. A. s .. L iatow aMias m eemae r sr. darr Mem sai abets m eU a. A. 1. dheI m tlaw ad p-nd theamm' eak e easel...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 July 1911

CARING FOR TIUERCULUSioI Thirty-Nine State and 114 Local Sana toria Provided, but These Are Only a gilema. In spite of the feat that state sna toria and hosgitals -f- tuberculosis have been established la 31 states, and 114 municipal or eouty hospitals In 24 states, vastly or public provision tI needed to stamp out comaumption. says the National Assoelatiom for the study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. Nearly every state seat of the Missis sippi river has provided a state sana Corium, and west of the Mississippi river, state sanatoria have been es - ablinbed In Minaedota, Iowa, Missouri ,rkansas. Texas,'Kansas, Nebraska. North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana .ind Oregon. There are 38 sanatori:l ;,ro\ided by these states, Masrach, e~i's having four. Connecticut and I'enn.ylvanla three and Texas t'o. I, cluding special pavilons and alms h ,:1..-. there are 114 municipal ,: -':n' hospitals for the care of tibe: .:ih,- patients. Apar' from these institutlons. htcn er and a few special pav...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 July 1911

£Uibi I 1a ti -axi6 thee Mmnvw sht Lc ý qm te M~ w I a w blalh inks dt . Uholt. toe. rasaauymshoarn we hol e mymui MA a mils ow. them. I as sldtwhe w Ohoe S M ba"W ·IaLm aih ·o walk a ld lsi !4& no~~ad siSa k el~tomX.h stns 00 oa S of an mof~g It I oornes viel at muesD sued "p 7 ehe rumuidy. It in thoaassda of woaaa wins has mmhaI mru WrLt~ei mtrhi , MM U be r lt io d . W a d s j o aa t u kY(L~~ L~d(O W b 11h ]LPIIM ....+__. ý14rw~ 1ýºýNIMMd THEY nDOWI WANT WIINKLES. -- I She--r. Smith advertisees all the aew wrinkles. He-Fatal mistake. He wes't get woman in his store. Snakes in Prohibition Maine. Snakes emptied two saloons to Port land of the crowds of customers a few evennlgs ago. A ace resident ordered a box of snakes sent to him from the south for the purpose of cleaning out a vast number of rats from his place. The snakes were Iven a chanee to demonstrate their rat killing ability and the large snake destroyed 15 to a few minutes. The snakes were then taken to two different...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 July 1911

I Tell You, Sir, to Build Now. Why? Do you ask? Because both labor and building material are cheaper now than they will he after a while. Ihere's absolutely no question about st, sir. It will cost )ou less in actual dollars and cent- to put tip a building of any kind right now, than at will in six months from now, or even three months. Everything is on the tip grade and while prices may not go as high as they were before the 1go7 panic, the)'re bound to be a good bit higher than they are now. (,et our price on what you need now. IMPERIAL LUMBER YARD B. Jels.a, fla'ager sad Architect SDane Valley Items " July 12. 191. The tS of Ja waseesbatesd bi the Dames Rev. H. P K. Barnm devered the or.toa sad spoets of all khis waer enjoJed, ball gmamo buote rees. bielerte see, ate. The fol Iuowlas Is the Miep of tall teem: Ceoioe: FrLsk Hakelm Ile Rnmell Oelkeas tb, Nab O s e. F mred .yhlas e. Jrak Thormpoe . eesM Nelok rf. Chri. Okbs n. Phlipcsliteaem ib. Raymakes: Ass Oelkeesia Peal Ander esn...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 July 1911

7- 7p 11- .1 OL. X. NO. 134 CULERTSOWN. VALLEY COUWNTY; ITANA. FRIDAY, JULY ii. i. .oo PER AI rr -- - u A PPER , ' Jaco & le, Props. day FOR SALE AT VALLEY DRUG STORE A. W. luxsol, Prop. T.lspbon. 34 Jacobs a Markb, Props. *eeseeeeeoeseewe·eeeewwwwwwwwwwwww*****e ! Palace Saloon I * SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. * Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Fishing parties supplied. A ptie of the trade of the public is respctfuy msoicitd * 0 Culbertson. . Montana We Make It Easy for you to possess a bank account. You can open an account here with One Dollar-you can add to it as 0 often as you wish in any amount you desire. We are anxious to do our part and would urge you to 0 avail yourself of the advantages and facilities we place at the dis posal of patrons. Your business welcome here. CITIZENS STATE BANK * Obeeees J. S. D%, W. Meia P. Mart, S C. Weat. A. WMmer. Cdbes... . - - me- mtaa DIJNTYWUOD GAME PAWled Up ream Wet to Pln...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 July 1911

The SemhlHght FRANK . RI Phileshe CULSERON. - MONTANA Mmi.s tbe dsý Race suicide i dmowa among the Iles. Swat 'erl The snow shosl la Chicago Is be lha traded of fora pir d Ice tongs A Massachuaetta ma fractured his law by yawndg. Was be In cburch sr at a banquett A man never knows Just how game be is until somebody asks him to take a rid In his aerople.s. Many a citlses Is eomplalning these lays because his neighbor does not sharpen his lawnmower. If the speed ciase continues to in rese we shall soo bhear canoeists oomplaln of Joy riders in motorbuats. These are the days In w` ",'. , lies of canoeing episodes are accom peated by the words: "He could not swim." When the baseball player uses his bat the fan reralns from using his hammer. One good knock forestalls another. Dias is said to be worth $20.000. 300. Whch goes to show that the ld man possessed considerable rainy. lay wisdom. The New Jersey onion crop has been practically ruined by cutworms-but we still have Tuxs ant Bermuda ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 July 1911

ER (ONEIAW SS (C.uwM6eu. g ..hm.bg miumgt.mJ. -Win 1 p-calr aIrbo -94 bsbe, hat it her perfest pue' lreati Ales Unthrop to Bert ar' -- s g3 al#o eray. "da D the -me at our aegqusttatoe I bIa e asees any ehibtliosm of 'nev-es.' me , a cow, a mate sad a bete tldersatom appeare on the am e t all at oeo eo course, but upos arw aearste occasions. She Wa aot in the least rued by oe at thbem Sretalaed her usual cdm." Hs blead was becomai acceastoAed to thes eulogies at the younSg w a medtsomd, sad answered good hemoredly: "1a fant ye. begin to think that at last pya have found the perfect oman, sad I suppose the next step Is to discover if she will not change her aal initial from I to L" "It would be the best step I ever toot In my life If I could win bher ernet to that change," declared Al a with ddeelson. "Dut suppose you should discover that there really does sest something of which Mis Ivan is afraid-I mean somethlang within the everyday list of happeanngs; wouldn't you have to form yo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 July 1911

 The 1glat. aerd May 3 s. seaa, a- SeoaCd-Class MaAt. P ea i at Cbernson. Most. Udmr At d Calues d March 9. :879 FRANK 1 RZED. Kdistr amd Proprietor Terma--i advae. p yer ........ S o Advertaiei Rase, vwry rmamoable will be arieahed oa applicatn as thib ofice TIE FIIST REPiULICAN PAPER STARTEB IN VALLEY CO., ONT. ASSESSME'T LARGER Valley Co. Asmssseats for a s Shew lacrease l $.o7,04.685 Over g* Outside of Rail read Asmes set The arst of this week owsty Assessor Fos and his corps of deputmes -ompleted his report for the asesemeat of i it and it shows a, iacrease of $S.o74.6.5.0l over the t9go assensment. Last year the u.tal asmememt, outsade of the railroad prope.' i, was 64.j357.1r 6 against the showlag of the preselt report of g5.4.jt.5 s. the total uassement last year including the ra:lroead assessmeet besing $5.553.44. Ia making a mote of this increase It wouldi be well to take into cesideratemn some of the facts in coenertlon with the assess meat. La the first place if the rate...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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