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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 August 1911

. air . " ONE O THE OLD ENTEMA iWemne esNt Argemss er Tse la e eS. oWen glessat kage eteras sm SI t ml . The fther ha wtehso mLurely of th ahm bro Obe r.TE 0u. rlT m wAI sbeelthe Pasthe D atrped F os* eWel-a sOp wrg he has fog. To be brk Is a lmeae. "Ter, htear, hut hew se I ten who I haes rsem s or ame bruk The wMl -e at rth hls mer. Syou ame thee two o otmru i. thel eesr? t you sho l as meour moe therea, ou wk e irek." The hey sobkel egsl waueetly. "ToY, ftther. ut. t-hw an I l wly me ~au to that ear. -ULppli eat's IN NARD LUCK. Test Tram-U Pwary Wils I I merig tSum bras A& ts be? "seeM tramp-bre tlas. 86 dsnt ask for work ae mre earn he katat sit brals easkgh tsr task p som xease fotr aet tab·ls he gets It. A HardWorked Man. Perhaps we do ot reali It. but the prewlideat of the United States is s at the hardest worked es I th republie. The head t a bigt corpora tio, 3. IL Gary. for astses., eas sUp away to 3urope amd the orgama aStle will rum Itself ustl e returns , but the pr...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 August 1911

Don't ived I Wait for the Big Show The Larg , Best, Grandest Show Ever in Valley Co. IS COMING Will Exhibit At Culbertson Tuesday Aug. 8 ONE DAY ONLY TWO PERFORMANCES AT 2 and 8 P. M. Al. G. Barnes Big 3 Ring Wild Animal 300 300 ANIMAL performing ACTORS animals 300 300 CIRCUS African Lions Ride Horse Back 30 Groups of Savage Beasts 30 In Salutation 30 Herds of Elephants and Arctic Sea Lions Royal Begal Tlgers-22 African Lions-Zebras, Pumas, Jaguars, Leapards all In Monster Steel Arenas under direction of famous male and female trainers Two Military Bands; Monster Tent; Special R R trains Russian Stallions, Arabian Ponies, Dogs, Babboons, High School horses, Merry Cloewa and a host of Novel, New, Sensational features. Free Street Parade at 10:30 a. m. Worth Coming Miles to See RAIN OR SHINE . . CULBERTSON, TUESDAY, AUG-. 8th :wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwweeeeeseeeseeeesegeeseeegeogaggeggggeggeggegggggegegggggggegg. S OUR GOLDEN RULE "-To mak NEW FRIENUS by giving '0000 SERVIL.E" to our sad ems"...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 August 1911

i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i' ,'. X- il, V' -¶ . . y *.a iiýý e1 1 46 S1AN , 04X.1U.*7 U u!'O OU CUAN.FRDAAUUS t,111 $.0 E M se . a.s a m w . a . m , atom ema nI r FOR SALE AT VALLEY DRUG STORE A. W. Huxsol, Prop. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 4k Jacobs & Markle, Props. i Palace Saloon I SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. • Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. * Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and . " FIshlng partles supplied. sCulbertso •n Montana We Make It Easy for you to possess a bank account. You can open an account here with One Dollar-you can add A it as often as you wishb in ay amount you desire. We are anxious to do our part ands would urge ~ou to " avail yourself of the advantages sad facilities we place at the dis posali of petres. Your business welcome ber. CITIZENS STATE BANK OF CI3saWroIW altss~sm J. IC. r A. P. Mrsei. C. West C. A. weeeser. CANDIDATIS NOM EI Eight Candidates Are Alre4 in the Field in the Searchlight ' nd Piano Contest GET YOUR CANDIDATE NAMED...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 August 1911

The SemYMt FRANK 3 MU ahtha CULBERTSON. MONTANA Sunburn is true ad ISeasletly us limited. Hu sayone dahed Itel tee au 14 tashioned hot sumn There was a time when peple had ob electric fana to end them oR. Argentine tobseeo I mood to kill i sects and make eapeign cigars. Philadelphia is setlg like a base ball team that really wants to win the pennant. Heldelberg has seen a new comet. but no one can revive a Halley sensa tion and situatiom. This is a busy world, but somebody bha time to practice on the piano every afternoon. Pittsburg bhas dlcoered a comet. though It would have preferred to dis cover an tee wagon. No scientist has recently had the temerity to assert publicly that thd sun is growing cooler. Files may be scarce this year. but they won't be if you don't swat the few that have arrived. At $25 per flight aeroplaning Is still a long way from being a common ano popular outdoor sport. A magistrate declares that soup is not a weapon but an edible. In some restaurants it It u a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 August 1911

.4 4 ewv sttue ftke I d /O,* OCTOR JOHNSON said he never read the life of a monk of the middle ages but what he wanted to fall down and kiss his feet. I hope there is no harm In saying that I would prefer to iash the feet of a girl, and as Joan of Are is the best and purest girl known to profane history. I am here in France. int no issing her feet, yet oUoiwing to her footsteps an far as posible. The plcture shows the latest conception of the Maid of Or lea.,. the new votive statute of Joan -o Are by Raeol Larehe, in the Church of the Madeleine at Paris. Joan had a horse to ride, but ex pressed her l~Mtlos of. falling a horse. going upon her legs. even If she wore them down to the stumps of her knees. I go upon my feet for cho.ce. ad duly arrived thereon at Dseremy. where Jean was born. in the tar east ot Prance, having made my way from England via Rotterdam. and through Rolland. Belgium and - ase.Lorrae~. entering France not tar from Poat a Muason. At the freatier the custom house ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 August 1911

The glit. ,arme May as. i .es as e Ca Maner. Paslim a Os lses. Meat., Us Act .eCas Morb e. s%79 FRANK S. RLUD. stlr l'iPropraetr. Ters-t.advaes. p yewr........a so A.v.etiig R . Vwre nsagmeMbe. will be temaiebf a pplatioin at bis oke TIE FIRST lREOU.ICAN PAPER STARTER IN VALLEY C., M.NT. Hen. A. N. Yoder, Secretary of State of Montana, died suddenly of heart failure, while picnicking near Helena last Sunday with friends. The news of his death was a great shock to his many friends all over the state. Males Remney, of Hamilton. a democrat and ex-state senator from Ravalli county, will probably be appoint ed successor to Secretasy Yoder by Gov. Norris. Mr. Romney has twice been the Democratnc candi date for Secretary of State, being defeated each tame by a narrow margin by his republican competi tor, and well deserves the appoint ment at the hands of Gov. Norris. Boaseman will bold its sixth anu nual sweet pea carnival Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. sgth and 3oth and extend a cordial invi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 August 1911

UpYU01ww *.m 4ralt MR i rr . i mtmNit inS 'AI Cm*. ca~ll i bf Imds a -YI~ I Imm3r p* wisoIiat=1 dttaiw ode- a . lrams t ovIa bi h 4d o.. - o. -a am o. ~'3I Tar' .sr Ieae w opu weeft omRadar Reb ut T..tft ambb Var al I e is at~lhmsm .Ihump wEb..k6 I- sU as Lb "1 mi hw -sy bqewitm Capula *meusU mi !bm ta mabwi crabe. Theo h..e m impW pmaa. hý gib~ 1p. m ar waa1MM we r ba.The u aa minu reit wdbm~ Mymm at e dolus. to qa >.nr 'l Cdbubm Tailmhgý Co. is. a myW, 44 Dmh ne ded. h5esi Nhm aM ab "K wmel .ibks TshVh " ssy K wll ThM, --Z7Lr md mp mp-d wbominwhihs ump .Fos mis by MOM~~ ý "C.7tb W m Sm I JAS. S. AVERY Poplar, -. Montana: * AGENT FOR GRAY MOTOR CO. * Dealer In GASOLINE ENGINES, Marine and Stationary Special attention given to pumplang outfts.t furalshed In all sizes from 2 1-2 to 36 bore pwer, guaranteed by the manufacturer and ab solute satisfaction In every respect r yourmon- : ey beck. BEgine and pump jack to fit any windmill pump. All complete, $65.00. JAMES S. AVERY ILocate...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 August 1911

1 / 1 ý 1In Thm N Co. Up by AN Meow at Oe.." Said aSIaly. Cr w ... Am. . *YNOPSIS. A bnrr imng tamautae baoeme kea4t with the bata, eartfa wire of a p Uoepeto Ir £ a wimin alling Tha prpaet to sie In a bUnd blin d- but ra coetraatai by the es a c beban. Ha to abet by the w but the blvaibe ha pine a o- to the bjy tabs the crime -e binnd. In tbdr usbt to the Ilk *i e·La the wmmanu horse I U) at anair: the Ieah puts her * 1 ewa anaawa hanging to the al bin a ttsg he to In mpl . the woman thm0 buaa moo into Sthe bsn bea the womma away. WWauSate.y4ea lua ter. thb m Weorge 1I,.t a mitl- ntsafrsw In Niew CHAPTER IL- -0tlaue TMe Ubfto Was an t omb -mmm o mewwera mbo to ap Other erehbaatu. PW a am abupperm Waves totmiaswad. ami a wese Iast 113 majset sat IMe Gotha nhilt 'Tra us say which hO awa obhm a 1mm pemiaroma. ka tlatobYim tss m ei eret or wars fa w alews and t abeshd 11f/aerl· a taasa ave the rasartoait· Shei b war n og pgg Mj beess soeah boat est s IeUinI. th e. v Sir teak mim a af t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 August 1911

! - Odmi.N ". ,-t m miJ "! s o me. "- WIM sow ý io·rAý Oýýe~i"ý Fo 11 l: i 91 The ~eSL d pw z 9d: zm: ULMA·a YYe NOW IT HAPPE.ED. "Poor meal bow yes becoame truamp "I was a waru crpe at i MaK chaLta, ma. I et as useO tar dyhs authia dat I hla't bee a goea In the mChurb Militant. Heurr N. Carl. the seeretary of the Chicago Publlhers' sa.odatoa, has a esro cook he teoo with him to Chi. asag from t.L Loals. The sook I very relgous and tImediately Solad a church In Chiago. Cary saw the cook going out of the house ase evenmia with a largoe ar. fag knite In her hand. "Where are you gn. Mary?" he 'Tee gwlne t' bchurch." "Well, what are you doan Ith that lktfe?' Thres a religious dispute gan' oa down there" said Mary "an' I waster see my side sits de best of It."--a arday Evening Post Truthfully Sld. "My ftried, you sould john the church. As the prophet says. 'me thou with a and we will do thee lod.' " "You have already, par·as. I was at your church ir last night.- lmar St Mag.mns "That's G...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 August 1911

SEARCH•IGHT PIANO CON T : Orandest Opportunity Ever Offered by a Weeklyt per How Would this Piano Look In Your House ? We paid $350.00 for it. Yours for nothing. Want this piano ? It belongs to the person and nomlste yourself or a friend or a society. It will cost you nothing or the friend nothin*. $1350.00 in Prizes--Five Krause Piano Prizes. FIRST PRIZE to the person receving Hitrhest number of votes, a Krause Grand Plano worth $3S0. S )COND PRIZE a due bill for $260.00 to apply as part payment on a Krause Orand Piano. THIRD PRIZE a due bill for $280.00 to apply as above. FOURTIt PRIZE a due bill for $240.)0 to apply as above. * PIFTH PRIZE a due bill for $230.00 to apply as above. Each candidate will have ave chances to qualify for a Piano Prize. Ballot Box Open, - and gample prie Piano on exhibition in the Searchlight office. Contest offcially open with this an- - norruacegnt, and will run without interruption until Oct. 31. Watch this paper for further an- - Fill out this coupo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 August 1911

Af t Wtz . 1St as cULDIUmThOW. VALLET COUNWJJ A, FRIDAY, AUGUST i6, i911. Sa.on PE'1 EA -wow~~P ODAKS AND W)DAK SUPPLIES ~ir vacation is not complete a . Kodak. We carry a line of* Eastman Goods Including all of new papers and post-cards. Special attention paid to all mall orders. Kodaks from $2 to $65 VALLEY DRUG STOR A. W. luxsol, Prop. VALLEY MEAT MAKllET Telephone 34 Jacobs & Marke., Props. Palace Saloon I I SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Pamily trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and PFshlag parties supplied. : Ae si d the rde d the" ui see pctayll yoheid Culbertson. . Montaa We Make It Easy lor yam to possess a bank account. You can open an account here with One Dollar-you can add to it asu often as you wish in any amountt you desire. We are asiou to do our part and would urge eou to avail ourself of the advantages ad facilities we place at the dis- " Yeaour basi.ss. welcome Ier. CITIZENS STATE BANK sheetos J.S. 8L0, W. aidd 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. — 18 August 1911

The e e CUIERTION. •MONITANA The emp paw m IdeI . vaeation. Vaatlo a ew e tb gar order ot hocimes. ahappy the Ar whe sno rear Parch to sgee ou. One war to ben time firom lying to watch the clok. Aviators are t eoaidred good to sarable propostos. Ut girl has pretty teeth she cal appreciate a gued job One way to te a weman's oe is to read It o a her tom Do't be stlgy. leta basic of we ter ot la the yard for the birds. The man who left .. to a parrot da't deserve to have so much momq. According to millers, bats will be lower aeot sasonL bet not cheaper we are sure. Think d the srferlng that would eawe if the electric fan crop should be a falre.r got weather advee-Do not slap yer neighbor oe the beek. He may be sunmberned. A comfortable bank account Is a mighty bandy thing to have when -smer comes. ogs will never become household pet eves If they do consume great questtiem o hbore i1es. It s a cold day when a new sero plane record 1. not set. and this is an unusually warm summer. A ~lfo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 August 1911

·iiZ £I *~It T HB Molems Palestine have been oa with tasatlca ts> belease and all Christeedom has been exercised because the sacrilege of stealn the Ark of the Covesant was wrongfully mputed to Captain the Honorable Montague Parker et the lurst tIe Guards of dei English army. and a party of archeol ogists whom he commaaded. He was aided and abetted. It was alleged, by Ueot. Robin Duf. sa ioer of the Second Ufe Ouards and a relative of King George V. Asaisted by the conalvance of the Turkish government and by bribe to Mohammedan soldiers, the EnUglish men are asceed of rllles the eacred bowels of Mount Morlab. the sat of the Temple of Solomon and of the Moeque of Omar at Jerusalem, and of making of with the Ark, after n earthing the venerable coffer from Its purported place of concealment for more than twenty centuries. The ex plorers, according to news cablegrama, were puremed to the coast by the hue and cry of scandalized Moslems, and ecboee of their plous indignation are reverb...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 August 1911

Banered U as.. sies Swoamd-las Maner. Pasete at Obma.n. Most. Umder Act el Ceagnes of March 9. sl FRANK S. R&BD. Sealr and Proprietor. Terme-Isadvaie. per yar........ Han Adverttislm Raa, vry rmamable. will be f.rsiehbd qm applntim at this oce TIE FIRST REtEiLICAN PAPER STARTES IN VALLEY CS., MONT. County Divison Meeting Notice was seat t every potobace in tstearn Valley Coasty receatly that a county divisio mass meeting would be held oe Tamaers Opera Hall ao Saturday. Aug a6tb. Answers from Froid. Medicine Lake. Plentywood. Moedak and Scobey are to the elect that delegates will be pres et from these places. Dagmar. Coal ridge. Redstone, Aetelope. Ft. Peck and other points have mot as vet responded, beut t is hoped that all dlstricts will be sepresented. The State Board of Equahlzation met in Helena recently and 5xed the valuation of the Baiaville-Plentywood branch at $5.ooo per mile. fhes will inrrease the valuatinl is the proposed mew county approsimately $3oo.ooo. The increas...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 August 1911

"V s. '.r ~ .sp*1d' (V Sý!r gt. " ps. basS ~ -i pmuu i~~t cmM sa c.s 4 S m !r Lta(VCo I strob yu om tyý l MYDssi b s~so vsadltm smn the by th '1C ooa in . dorees Boc uiw.~rl~J '4L fir. . J 3II& It yosr eye trouble you come· sad lot tae examine them by the NEW dtulees metod. Ssamioltlo Free Otlice in Courchene Block Culbertso, - oot. CULBERTSON TAILORING CO : MOVED i TO NEW QUARTERS ; UND eR The First National Bank IULBIETSON, . MONTANA IN THE O00D OLD SUMMER TIME KEEP COOL Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers Gasoline Stoves and Ranges bBT MAKES AND LOWEST PRICES h mE mrm anl B 4k L lw-ý 1wI atimy s ta hosEL alnta·1, la. .. Mw. d aimearsmh 5 v.c scer. A Mr. Mgcry to " f tir' d1 Ac·ot who as s bs lh Cb inmbai. -__lb .l M . hiats. O a e sti tmeda Stsemb i nise als td is PsoilpeamimlssoIr S giesy. A la - isw. eos wa - se a. -. ml at i t p.m. Th Mesal G l is. Oar a Meid af Temeblep Me.a." sad mi ; r-eahll.- hipt i i *lA d Cslof s." Cam I Plseywaes was visitmd by a bad stas. Tonsisyslbts...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 August 1911

pat Weat usk. et at Charlie Neawl, =urey of coma mara sad lasbet. ae bshe Irish race has, in adlisto M s I sm timat and esmuna, a let at elesasphy as one at its chsaretero is. "The bet Ille1tai I ever heard t this," he eorpihed to a dinner party one evets, "wet the case of a poor Irishmae wmI had been given a fine, oey pleese t steak. Being a religious man, he placed the steak In front of him, sad there In the shade of the trees surrondln bhis benefao tor's house, he ftMed his hands, closed his eyes, sad gave thanks to heaven for the meal. When he was In the attitude dag.ayer, a dog rushed up and captured the steak. Pat looked around in time to see the food disappearing over the hill. " Thank :eave",' he exclaimed. again closing his eyes. 'he left me my appetite!' "-The Sunday Magazine. NEW STRENGTH FOR BAD BACKS. Those who suffer with backache, headache, dizziness and that constant. dull. tired feeling will and comfort In the advice of Mrs. C. S. Tyler, Cando, N. Dak., who says: "M...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 August 1911

- - VIEIl uuinslr ro e boom a" "bo ft Sam" Inba Saetfth oww U- drtr thirs~ weaiud ie a' Ewa fý l e ·w to tie pbhlw W - - - =b;tZt.tstree.Net pus th c. v. Muavo. m a Jefeves Utreets ~a X~dal -db and karrtise abecluteli tis.Ne semi s warV. HAD CAUGHT THEM. I. He (after he had imded .er)-MyI what's that solas beak of s? Uhe- geems papa'. trylag his n*w motoe picture macbla. The Wreek. Mrs. Romaid H. Barlow. the aster d, golf champlo, was tallag at the Cape May Golf lub about the bheeets at sa air. "To look at the eattages ad sative of Cape May." sbe sald. "speaks of these beeitas more elo queetly thau I oould do. How pale ad was seem city people beside tbhes brw supple, wvigoros Im Imd womeet e eureralmst froe the1 oityl sm to a shemaruean the bee 1 the other moratns: "Do you have mar wreek kbere "The Saberma l·Lked eatmpts euly at the city man. who we ts bathiag dress. He loked estem*e olly at him hueoe ehes mad whtte thit less ad arsm. and them bhe r plde: lTe'T e the lust .n maw tl ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 August 1911

d Y TWO WEEKS MORE TO ER t FOR FREE PIANO i SNolination Lists Close 8 P. M. Thursday, Aug. 31 i After st. nst candidates for Piano PrIaes will not be uaceptod uless by poe I rr e o Smoat wit theo ahlgbt Editor. No useno waiting-if you are cominlg In:, coime ow. * $1330.00 Worth of Premiums 0 for the Ive candidates receiving the greatest number of coupon votes by Oct. 31st. It costs nothing * to eater and nothing but your time to win. If you are not interested yourself, meminate a fried. :Ue t We.cpon below. and . our Others Just Like it. All $380.00 Krause Pianos. SSearclht will ve 500 voteor every dolar paid ll new subscriptions, 500 votes for ever dollar in renewals and T00 votes for every dol tar panid in for.ob .ork during the contest. eOt out amon your friends. They will help you if ou * NOTOOOOD AFTER SEPT. ,OTW U O SSearchlght Circulation Contest Th Coup Will Count or Tn Vte ndid te ................... .. ...... ... Good for tel votes when hil|d out and .ent to the Conters NO...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 August 1911

r.II :III + [ e ` A~g V- :I. .1 .. . .. +. . -ahar .\ t t. . y "_ ..' "8 ."" "A ±1~ 1: "I t r" `aý 'ýF. ý ,,` ý r 1 litý DX!, NU aP º CULBERTSON. VALLEY COUftq, TANA, FRIDAY, AUGUST iS. 89". 2 $2.0o0 PER YIAR C _____ -. , - - -- - SODAKS AND : KODAK SUPPLIES i Your vacation is not complete : withtt a Kodak. We carry a cort line of I Eastman Goods including all of t the new' papers and post-cards. = xSpecial attention paid to all : Smail orders. Kodaks from $2 to $65 VALLEY-DRUG SIORM A. W. Muxaol, Prop. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. I Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. 0 0 Is........ a Frutk sauk.s Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Famiy trade, Plcnic parties, Hunting, and Fishinlg parties supplied. A potis of the trade d the pUblic is respctduly solicited 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 often as you wish in any amo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 August 1911

FRANK S. R*3 r CULEERYSON. MONTANA Tan Is cheap sow. The lucky aviator Ys the live one Niagara occasionally as a l-as killer. Aviation shows a marked teedeay towards precipitation. An alert toad eats 235 ties an hour -ft he can catch them. On some summer days straw bats defy meteorological conditions. Most of the women who put on bath lng stllts this summer get them wet. The electric fan crop is more ImpoG tant just now than even a cereal crop. Joy riding in the air bids fair to be come a sky feature either this year or Most of the early presidential booms fill be badly frostbitten before anoth er spring There are microbes on a dollar bill. but dollar bills do not 17 about to alight on one. The sweet girl graduate has desert ed the fountaln ot learning for the soda fountain. A cat can look at a kint, and for that matter mot say sort of a man can grow a pointed beard. The coatless man who has not also shed his good aamere Is a n right while the hot weather lasts. Aviation heroes are ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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