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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 September 1911

MMR AE --d ---''- , --, e- r ws m a.s the ed and aMe 3miin4d a eeatis tie el . Zi% 3lil lAi I i- sesimn lD. Iim. I Ss Jnnet sp.s IIt hý d rPmw.ls, Os. Duert to dad beauIed be/.e m this July i2th, n .o. JOb. 5. CALHOUN. oufm w t r a ass we attr Ten tles . r a nImple e w eeadnses asuee. You wi min seeYs . beoolest ot valesbe I1 forIlls teIhab .Dt es t .e I.e and badder. Who,., I .r hal at all dre staors. rid tnuts se ad lrl a.tA Con lidatlo n. "You har am a Hama sir o. "nd bat p.len be horeI suen he. "Yo u Cata tt I thlled It, a lrsT "Wlhy al?" AM3103 ALI 3'0@t-W3e Int. o et fP artlmers. Trseabm. 5. pZ.r NJd Iea e,1s Young people should reverence their paret when at home, strangers when abroad, and themselves when alone. antd at all times.-Maastllon. eme Talk No..4 We will send you free upon request, a handsome 116 page book with illustrations, entitled "Concrete in tA. Country," describing how to build various things out of cowce. It tells in plain, smple language how permanent, endu...

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

am. Uc iums SFORA E Pa OMWESC o1? w reaa SEHOoWs UavnTISI 3 NuORTHWEoST The oul alW hmr a. aNt r -as is the MAR M Wfth agga the North w.est 1 a t. ep Mmo , th mn rultm bI b d by may of the me ps ast Ssrs, who will ehiht at the =m Tak ad other big iAr showsl IhiS lt esof ihMtIg at thes big ohms 11 at em to get-it shom r a q flg M the eaterpris e fn . 10 reek Ves theY Northwest farmers have wo i for the el --y-the baeut applen-al -wialg corn ugr bests, a hop are also raised. Ivry Ont Northwest farmer wise a prim at the l nd shows more settlers eme ll lse Northwest and may times they umS dlie by the prize wiammr's farm. Tis leba. es the value of his hlad aul brmp him ood, ambi tious aelgbhses, who alse get the prize getting hait. 1,p00 for thim lut Whet is the Worl. Take the great ew laud show-the New York liad whir, whieb will be bheld between Noewmber sal d 12. 1911. For the best hard wheat $100I in golid is offered to the farmlrs e the world. There is bi livsr eIP for potatoes-a $I....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 September 1911

r k\ eaBll -no anti ass"" qubei a slo w l ***C A N - a, WI eb ,p oas f t.a. H wS e ldlg et " week by a can obe*e as . ed, w.o is Cele em Trade . Th~i ae a Il allw dmt e.- sm ts T lmw a b a fame it as The bep wbo was a ma edt la~: b A b£ a l u s e lan d ap a weAd Ithe paepls d this dity Tbeady a to a subpip.lns pp e dm a be aleles r*i at yM wey Ik h a t led as wubbisobld. T MeM l d a~ bagly med as city s thaedS mbad ap ber inmds as,, da .dri "she.rn , Sa e "s bey. who pave Ms sme as icLhd I a orry, was .om .l.s Jar s .ample edmiessy. ioesmlag u the N daeuilles a ma d tha eeIewsm. appuneomy hop .e wables is dierat patsd sthe e, .i ad te Aessae tadmddld dslcw deay I am gave ausa@eat at a bey yl that city I who peia d the daet ad dambs. as e a beach of clsehl Saab sad they weld selebrael ery llnight with the faads the ehsbised by this 1ad. The deb was dealy mi.ed by the police sad is was borght a light that the bey weas ch a gond acan hoat be sahbased see o the perna. ast basies me of A...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 September 1911
Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 September 1911

'i V . ,'"' , r+.'' -ý ý`- L, <"ý'i74 ''t ý.ý/C, ya ",ý -," .r r. L+ At y , . . . X. ," ,L' V - 1.-0 " F 30.. Ij _______ _ ·CULUUIWSGU, VALLEY COUNTY, ANA. FRIDA1Y, SEPT. ns, u zz. EAR K ODA 31 AND KODAK SUPPLIES i Your vacation is not complete 5 without a Kodak. We carry a complete line of " Eastman Goods I including all of I the new papers and post-cards. Special attention paid to all mail orders. Kodaks from $2 to $65 VALLEY DRUG STORE A. W. Huxsol, Prop. J VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 , Jacobs & Markle, Props. i Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. r...ceee. . Fr.m SpeebMs 5 Imported and Domestic Wines, = Liquors and Cigars. 0 * Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and SFishing parties supplied. SA ep i of the trade of the " pahct is waspectfuUy solicked * Culbertson. . . Montana ; I We Make It Easy for you to possess a bank account. You can open an account here with S[One Dollar-you can add to it as often as you wish in any amount " you desire. We are anxi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 September 1911

The s FRANK $. R3310 CULSERYSON. U'PANA 3,.r7 am -aw - m a mm. - Mrn -tt t a Cmal~o boo -ISwtaa - dubm owu~ w ''-'s am* Mw d Ur by 33bl a il Wus - Soft at omnoeedeut hoes w u s ut Hash - thi s Yw-a vdm Oem. other. Small boss -n to lhr uum the srcm.. Now the lass eooin the In the op@ m of toh e roser. St. to just .me Masao 3w oem oft. or Saother. During the avill moeet the man with the large Adea apple wll be among those premlet. A New York wemaen a as anklet that coast 2O.K lemething put by for a rainy day. we premea If there are any air reeerds that need to be broken dlg ae In sited to go uas ar a they IUb. A woman bas been put Ia fai at Tu. oerara Pa.. for throwing a a se at a e. She must have bit somethlag ael The new omet a he seen to t the early mornlng boum. my about three s'clock. Pw. however. harry up to am it, Chticago I. now talking about a 10" rtory skycraper. The prgpaged on In New York muat be eellpead In some way. Pittsburgh hIa deelded to quit drop ng her "h." It Io h...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 September 1911

The GidtM i, sDreams By A DUUUWY Mrl USM D hl rmlm eig my feal tha ah stode dm the ear ila.. tu et th ltat ear of the East ' -y a msss mhleg of the rlap r t wb he was leaveg the agb of hM -Nen tal. s womN have omem m w hte o eompars'am. Whoa a mn has boe oardered to a fwr wererr trwrmr to sell sds Je. after me su mpse o the irl be has be r Iooelg for th ounatry ever. the girl fr whom he will remaim a hmteL oreuver alues she wUl ooa seat M mahe le an earthly paradle, he ha a rlght to be low Il Ms mli. "Shpm his abhemes some other 15lw sabhul-" he whispered with a hodder. "Dt, avanat. blue devils," added he ravely, "tI that diretion madmes" At this period hi bitter musiag, the isamy mood boah to pall as eung Dartoe's usually optimestc ma. tare, amd he looked about him for somethieg to distract his thoughts. IsMoe the ear la th e halr nearest th doer reclined a delicate. sweet heed woman, evidently unaccustomed to traveling and sick from the moetia ma the traia. Her husband was mla ste...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 September 1911

The sea#s lbt. Katcret May t. tlaad. 'M uuaad-Clas NIattef Pon ste SS CMuMsm. Moot Under Act of CoaiFm do KNw 9. 1870 FRANKS REED. EIer wd'Proprieor Terms-lo advaaCS. par y. 0 0 ....... on Advertsuiaf Rames, very mmeJ . will be farnusbed o2 appliet ·I e DSice. TIE FIRST REEFUUCAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY cG, MONT. The Searchlglht th week received ' two I pamphlets from State Anditor Cuaeingham entitled ' Dangers d Chemistry of Fire. These pamphlets are aow il the hands of all school teachers of the state of whi h the auditor has the addresse. Those not receiving them can secnre them by address ing H. C. Ceaialghem, Sate Auditor. Helena. Mont. They are designed for tier instruction of pupils ls peblic, private and parochial scbools in 6nr dagers and means of prevention thereof. The articles in both pamphlets cover the same subjects. but are written is dtieremt styles to suit the pupils of the Primary and Gramn.r grades - - j. T. Farris. Couaty Commissioner anIl Editor of the Huasdale ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 September 1911

ýýý ýrwi llrti~ «rrt r a~CFi " - 1110.i ~YrIi~rS 'WrL W. . L DpdL , we.l. m.lbi ca d mas e 'brse e Me . P iidd so fi ais mab n--r ad- l o a dimke d ob id u: r do" upm ad dhe sopm. lated e wiot wl bmn i os soe as a s A Wed. gtuy d i Me pbae p eel ad pe ideeatims aws i.tha e Misnerd lver wM be pped at he bIesmd amat a miles dise. dy anmmet of Clbcsmms. On tih beask semr is pot wilt es oasemd ite -essq heb-l sad pmpis sane. The. ,e-- wil he pumped hre she rver o tbei sele.ig bais and lies henme it will be pasmped t te top of tis bis aboet o sat Mgher tsa ts settMeil beels so e maih rsm.wir. PFoee beres I will lew by ms . ei gmevitev she h a weoda. codmit er pips. e whame it ries the orisginald setoaleas d Culbertesa at the estems s-is.ema ceraer. The water main wil cross the rail.osd right of way ser she Sowl. hevaser and frem te will rm alseg Hil aseet to Broeedway and up Boadway to FreankHlin Ave Asfar as th diach cast ais pipe will be aed. From this big Mam asix-iach -pipe wimll U d...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 September 1911

YEARS S SUlE Prof. Munyon Says Ignorance of Laws of Healt Explains Ealy End of Life. NOTED SCIENTIST HAS ENCOURAGING WORD FOR DESPONDENT MEN AND WOMEN Deach before I yeaw s of age has been reached 1 i othlag more or less than slow suicade. A man (or woman) who dies at an carHr age I simply igno rant of the laws of heath." Such was the original and rather startling stateme. t made by Professor Janmes M. Munyon. the famous PhJdeal la healtll authority, who Is establish h*alth headquarters in all the large citles of the world for the purpose of get ting ini direct touch with his thousainds of cont crts. l'roftsar JIunyon Is a living enbodt onent of the cheerful creed he preaches. lrile. well polised active and energetlc. be looks as though he would easily at tain the century age limit which Ie, de clares la the normal one. lie saitl: "I want ti., people of the. nw,orld to know my opinions on the ctlce t of h..lth. n,.ihi are the fruci of a life-time decottl to h t.lhng the sIkk. people...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 September 1911

a w mm I bg - s I looe aw b~ M Ify re reefed sad ow bM. *h&r e welsh, "Ales Tie au Mils r isd, the tuu" For ll b dos .. @ eloksaee eswn.~ mds M VIlo -illenCo., ittit, A T usua b tw~ Speer' "WdI, peede datesIt w. W. a ae llb tin .tres t"ffsltss " W.merlr _si *l of mt afa -"rt -· 3gmn3y gu I buveC" lew a ri acettud aoese Uwl sl in.,~U. Cenmet Talk No. 5 The term "barrels" is usually used in speaking of quantities of cement. However, ce ment is seldom actually packed in barrels. A bar rel is. the unit of measure and simply means four sacks, each sack weighing 95 lbs. Universdal PorantdCement is packed in paper or cloth sacks; m most cases cloth sacks are used. Universaliof the best quality of Pbrtland Cement pos sible to manufacture. Forty million sacks are made and conumed arlr in this contry. The railroads use hundreds of thousndsof bem . It is used by the bie ar chitecs and conactoer in the cities ad the gewsmme ses uit msvely is all d.s-atim. I av r ý ey om, wor e po r mkyalar ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 September 1911

Je Fare for R d Tripto Helena aty Septembrr 23 to 30, 1911 Rtetrn Limit October 2 Your pros ity natural means your pleasure. Take your oiy to the ' I mntana State Fair, to be held in Helena, Septemlx r 25 to 30, enjoy yourself and at the same time see s I :,t is bringing the Treas ure State so rapidly to th, front. If you have been exceptionally successful t ith your farm products this year, send an exhil;t t, the State Fair and compete forone or more of the many valuable prizes. MONTANA STATE FAIR $45,000 IN PURSES $1, fIe Speed Evau - $29.000 fir Apdedltwul ISplsy There will be aeroplane fliV,!ts t'" trme r:a;l'. y Reachy and St. Henry in their Curtiss biplane; w. . tram r.plln.e cntcsts for teams of 2.700 pounds and over. acid Ior t. ... w'i.htL under 2,7oo pounds; handicapped notihei racer Iect:,n I.o autmobtles. two running hor's. two mule, arid ta.i mI ; :,I.lillk attractions. onsist ngt high divers, tlrapez perf,,.,c. :t I ,'1,- ac, balc work-everything. in lact, kfr I , r c,...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 September 1911

" t ý ý .yý IB i. 7.r+_.. 1 ýý I lacp it i ? i rae a is h thwest "r Ih. hof he a I g "sai Jots ai eyl vie+ of the Nethwles Devel-I e asen oe. North Denet t spas yesterday in the Twin -i. Mr. Bres ger is a generall ooaeehast at Williseto and iater -ted is lands snd itigation pro s which al e -eti his n o a es of te sta attractiven to esers. b St. ael be wa is coempo ee wih Preeident . W. Hill el the GrestNorthera sad Will A. Camp bell, secretaur of the development league. He said: "My eason for saying every state should have as appropriation is that Nrth Dakota is one of the pioneers is state publicity sad I migration work and we know the results el.sach work. When W. C. Gilbreath was employed as oemaissioner of agriculture he started out to advertise North Da kota. One of his uret moves was to issue the North Dakota maga sine as a belletia to tell what was gtoing on in North Daketa. "Gilbreath took oa .bhibit to the St. Loeis esposition and it was one of the aest is the whole show. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 September 1911

v . 10.. CULs rrbOg, VA.LI CO ANA. FRIDAY, SEPT. a ". 1.oo PERA KO DA KS KODAK SUPPLIES Your vacation is not complete without a Kodak. We carry a complete line of Eastman Goods including all of the new papers and post-cards. Special attention paid to all" mail orders. Kodaks from $2 to $65 ALLEY DRUG STORE SA. W. Huxsol, Prop. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 e Jacobs & Markle., Props., * . I Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. * * Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Fishing parties supplied. " * __ * A portd the tradeof tbe : " pubis u sepecy aslicted Culbertson. . . Montana : * We Make It Easy I for you to peassess a banak account. You can open an account here with One Dollar-you can add to it as I often as you wish in any amount you desire. We are anxious to do our part sad would urge you to 0 avail yourself of the advantages " sad facilities we place at the dis- : * pa of pansma. 0 Your busiases welcome here. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 September 1911

The S . t FRANK S. U Ub eher. CULBERTSON. MONTANA artieg with Meeghej b She the ether tandiness Is I terature Iv ebU bag Uepte ' her. but elsewbuh t imees ast But woat the mum be Jealous it Baturn and Mare an geU hert Gilbert, the hammge left .a estate of $250,000. Ne weaer he felt hum. erous in the Ideal bgea4by the horse and the dog will be elatmiated In cities. Still, some Pittaburgere will prob ably continue the paralesess habit of writing it "Pht. New fall hats U inches high will soon appear. Height Is less objection able than breadth. It remains to be seen whether the big apple crop will reduce the price of pure cider vinegar. Connecticut has a college professor who is living on 26 cents a week Pea nut butter is his stroag card. Now New England women are work lug on farms. You never can tell what will happen around Boston. Cleveland doesnt care how many b's Pittsburgh adds as long as sbe doesn't add any populous suburbs. The 22-year-old carp that let itself be caught ia Illino...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 September 1911

' 'br wS li -ee venerable of Dud. burgh' historical relics are those which crown the summit of the Castle Rock. Loug be fore there was t royal palae or even a religious house of lotyrood there wea a fortress here. The ea. tie preceded eves the vilsage of mud hats which originally sprung p under its sheter, and which developed Into 'Udwia's burgh' Its earliest history is lost Ima cloud t -egee and romane. The reek is believed to have been occupied with a fort by the aboriginal tribes prior to the lavasios of the Raases. It is reasosable, Indeed, to think that a place so well Itted by sature for a fortress, comasading a wide view of the country sad of the routes north and south, would commend it elf from the earliest times for pur posse of defense. There is a legend coanecting It with King Arthur of round table fame, al though the association does not come down to as in quite so localised a form as that which connects the great sovereign of remanse with the bill which bears the same o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 September 1911

The gt tateresd May ma.. ages, -as Second-Class Matter, Poststie as C erts , Mont, Under Act cd Ce.Ues of March 9. ,879 FRANK S. READ. 3dter sad Proprietor Terms-tmadvainc, par year........ $200 Advertisiag Rates. very remsonable. will be farnished on appeiatliom at this ofice. TIE FIRST REPMIJCAN PAPER STARTS IN VALLEY CO, MONT. THOMAS H. CARTER News of the sudden death of es-Senator Thomas H. Carter is Washington Sunday came as a shock to thecitimeasof Montana. regardless of political afliation; more than that it came as a shock to unnumbered thoesands throughout the entire Inited States. For Senator Carter was a national figure. his woederful ability having long since placed him beyond the judgment of state lines alone- and is has passing the nation has lost a statesman it could ill af ford to spare During the near quarter of a centur% that Senator Caner has been in publir life in Montana, his work on behalf of Mon tana has always been steadfast. upward and telling in its results...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 September 1911

The MeN isaa um e h ' e ns am m - union awr way (or the 1al leatuetus which will be held i. outher. Mentana begi nimi about the middle Of oceeker. A-tous the lectures securd for this series of meetiags is 0. C. Gregg, *"Father of Farmers' In stitute," of Mimsesota. Mr. Gregg is a veteraa in the work, has made a spleadid reputation as a leader of agricultural thought sad action, and is an agricultural lecturer in great demand. Ferty-4we years ago, with his wife **Lettie," he journeyed by wagon late the thea wildesness of southwestern Minnesota, took up a claim, erected a log cabin and began farming. He was the first to attempt win ter dairying. In a few years Mr. Gregg and his wife had built up a reputation for the bracks of "Solid Gold" (butter), that had extended beyond the boundaries of the state. The "Solid Gold" produced in the Gregg dairy went to the dairy ex hibitions and conventions and brought back the gold coin. Mr. Gregg has been an inspira tion to some of the influential ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 September 1911

SO YIf Y(IDINTM - &A9U37& WNS! NDBPADY /~avsrRAr'0N3 By DrnaQcMsc~wvNc, SYNOPSIS. .ng tenderfoot herom' pte t a. i the bold. artful wife of hor in a western mintnr t T .-epare to elope i a blind- lbth it arte confronted by h. tmonl. He is baot byii. tia -1 inalrois bet pins an p " "" "rhody taking the crlm-, "" ;'i their *ght to the O Sionn the woman's horn- la *i n 1. the youth puts he-r r Ani follows V anging to It.-, -p peeing be Is an Imps- t. ir Po" rox thrusts bet aecort Info T t ;Into the railroad etation 1u,! ht--are the woman aon t 'h - lin ,are later, tiis man. Geor .- t a;, muttilllonalre In N'c N r Gormy s leanor B talion". .r s f ntem nt wealthy settlement workir. fo t. with her In her air.i e mas owner of a o tea. ta ti :iu Sou rne-f frustrated In pi.n . o *i-e.in plans by grafting !, at. bt y the otoham Traouie n t ." o .t;. iuttmotale acidened brirn n. Be'.sohil country homey iborn; lhu t he will be ayour opit. o dos me orndor-em the city from t rt o it- It d...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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