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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 January 1912

'tadhi Cure" Is Latest Craze In Fr nsbi Capital. Pmassd Tbruh a Roeevuar Oom. ainlag Mineral and Disperse b atMesn of sEletre Pma, ars- The -A.r. asr Ratdium ut Is the latest uer at Paris ma duto. i'he posdI e s ehrmeM T, aw to Paris, bha deetag, elite o si deml., sd ios due ao doubsto the *ast that It is easedlagy p Iamslat Al mocads who asiai lst summer at either Carlsbed, Wiebadem or His brg are probably already aequalanted with the treatmemt by radius -aa uloas lhaled thraosh the ae'. The no ow hras r is qparat loa eoly p absort time, a eoa.eeece o the diaeemy a tm radleetltys ay t ieasral waters. What has .truck Paris iseety mosat is the movelty coneaeted with It. There is mothing suineatlve of the phralolama ocaslltlag room., Ithe spacious drawing room where the Pa. tMat, take ther cure All one has to do is to rmats ta this ro. m for a eap oft hours every day for a moath. d hbe wll, accordIng to Drl. . rae.od m direator ot ea estabisakmeat, be ared all rheatr m or, Irn gs eral...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 January 1912

WI NADEL Mt am We In of the Color o um r Cmawo.e. lWTICu BiT WORKS WELL The Bemet Prebe. Aprweseled by Om Meseleeper Is a DeeIdly mfel and lMterest Way Th t We d Beavutifully All Read. Dear is-Th- s Is a mass whma 0rao" e cleths certainly rune riot Many at the cembiaatlras are fetch Mg ad faucinthng It put together by a artit, but when the laym. a's fan 4q s traned loose In this work the r lt Is otte dsastr.es ideed. Now. -. es pain. It yes can, the reseos w s wom s never seem to an. derauand their color aaltes. And il another questio. Why don't w aen so the alrse.e of color em the spbirt and regulate the colors In thIr waraobe accordinglyt If they Ad t would make dresslg so much mere lnteresting. dont you think? To give yoo an Idea of what I mean emcernlng the edect ot color on the ealst, a black gown aggravates de S 4! nam oman o an or a"H r. am. BIAMrBI AND OLUWr LAU43 alshye of mood. Put on a black gow in a somber mood and see If It does not seem pert of the mood. kowa Is anothe...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 January 1912

I - -------h -- I '- Peel 5. W. Oak wsho is t*g - aag wlh Mrn SD. Ml s m. W.dadmy dnhe se d a t whs t Ie. msat. A sus was bem, a Mr. Mt Ls. Zeat Dny/ eo Dass. Valey. loms ta ser Des p. sn, whik was Dew Teas e e The To.r eight. Nerwegeiss Leshes servim hes tlos Dany send hese soun s.,ay Jr. 71, at sop a. m.. ad Is she Cwrgels.ls Cheimb le iM at s p. m.. ta se day. asmh . 1. M esa. poamor. Ver a eais you will dad Chsambslelas Llo.met seedlt. it allays te palm. esem te msmee. s res s essesl the pts s hielby oaditias. ss and go eesesm" Fem sal by all deale. Have esaesdat Lt. L Schems aew Pbsl Saleas? He will mtrea vet right. The seumal business meeting d the No wsies Lashein Chlie d. Culberseon wllbheM is the bemet od the State Beak d Culbertn neat Tuesday, Jam opeh at a 'doc p. m., o eer de.eenrs ad eas deut my other beusine that my properly ome bdelm the OmteC . Fresh boe bked bread every day at Malty Bses. Cal sad Bebery. Call akd Nm them. 3tsW Jobs Archer. the favorte batcheor among...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 January 1912

NDON f 'NAýýA~iIi TrlýL3'IC/K t'Tý -t' (Calg:NW th NOWJ5m ~w by Me Compsany 1r SYNOPSIS. 1eam Harnlsh. known all through Alas ka as "Burning Daylight." celebrates his Mth birthday with a crowd of miners at the Circle c'ity Tivoll. TLe dance leads to heavy gambling. CHAPTER I ontlnued. "1 still got that bunch." Kearna angered his cards a long time. "And I'll pliy it. but you've got to know how I stand. There's my steamer, the Bella-worth twenty thousand if she's worth an ounce. There's Sixty-Mile with five thousand in stock on the shelves. And you know I got a saw mill cominag In. It' at Underman now, and the scow is building. Am I gooda" "Dig In; you're sure good.' was Daylight's answer. "And while we're about it. I may mention casual that I got twenty thousand in Mac's safe, there, and there's twenty thousand more in the ground on Moosehide. You know the ground, CampbelL Is they that-all in the dirt?" "There sure Is. Daylight." "How much does it cost sowr" Kearns asked. "Two thousa...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 January 1912

E OFRERJIS U til by Uhrest hwuk iag tSm Entire Wei. MEBELr ALWAYS VICTORS hlse aod Mexicsa Rsvei.eas .sa osie Ag ant ad ta mo «y-e4 fishe Made Is Aviaties. When the hteeris of the future ree er.s th events of the yar 1911. he wil lay parteular strees the powl tal sadl medal anest throughout the world. This was not seised to say ema contr. nor to a fw oematries; it was wored-wie. isolviag practical ly every atism, both Clviised and us dv81ed. It Isaladed revolutioms agal- st legtadlag govrnaments. batles or labor and easpetal. wars be tween dsleret satleas sad, i short. everythiag that oul be breaded as strife against existing neditleos er -rewing esadetes Mgt gIallemt do all the svets o the year was the exploeso is open rebellfoes O the hatred, that had bees asumalug tosulh the ages, of the hintes agains the despotic Manchu 4yasa . Pas.lveS euresistain. yet at the -ma time isathing sad despisiag the power that hte them in sbjeot, fes. the mllloss in the Phr Est em pnre had for Cestu...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 January 1912

K. BUSINESS DIR C RY ooT. SJOson, M. D. .W.COLINSONM.D . sMolyas - OOO. O tO O Nw cO.OOs OOOsOAO OOON ! O O Colbertuoin, Moutana , * Moen "****************** ***************** HAIlY I. DALE o. W. Ortschl Attoraey At Law Wa, c Jr OMe Ia rear of abpmuls OitioUS StAtr Bank All Work Warrmnted Ctmn. - Ma- cUL.BERTSON, - MONrAN .-- - Lodge Announcements John Hurly LF'-r `-`.. ATTSRNTR AT LAW .. D w"ogg! iaufot" MWILD lo088 1APTBL Noa * O, - W. C.. WIN . Puero . i "" Il : The Evans Hotel :_ w. M. mcGINNIS, Prop. * Culbertson, - - Montana ***********************e CUAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic lag, Action Regulat ingand FPineRepair lag. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed * " * 0 * 0" SOUR GOLDEN RULE "Te make NEW FRIENDS by giving 0000 SBERVICE to our old ones" S *' S " SI S WATCII THIS SPACE Si 1Sý I - " " The BROOKS CO., Inc. SCULD UON, MONTANA F"1 Notice for Publication OOAL RNTRY. Land Olee at Olasgow. Montana December kh. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 January 1912

P I. . ' - . - v° r . . • ; SVOLX. NO. 3CUI *STUO. VALLEYT miWnt TANA, JAN. it ets. see. P3t flAs Pat AGh PWPLE O FmrM She1 o0 Camm" lb I We ha.a. depal. and she. . r ' lJ sensa* 4st ik pardthsly ad-p he uqsnsumess aged q papeh mnd p masmte at mh mm wha se mr a ssmlpd w .t er bwel dheinse . We asenserin ra - It .mN swhebe ease ssempbas i and own shemntes sale g patihnlar tst we e It kwithas psamntl amtus that it s ant e rear u endir t fals wtb stanes ar - aies. Ths weady Iscalamd Ra Mn Oddhd Ms. Rea Oeissesare anes. just lie se. d7. re pwrdulavtr pespt and aperable sla. sa.may be as at atim. day er aplt: d. si case dir4tb.es, asses. riplagi. ememaslva lemasssmeas, or other ads -irahs dmts. They haIv a very mild hbt pesatihe w es p orwpms with whol they -nm is ocsast. appareatly a_-ewd maler semt o the bowea th . w-. nseelog wea. s s ad aiags as stears th bewls h o m iese ipes.s iad healthy a·skvty. Threse sies, ss. ae ad pec. S.M oly at ear s.tio-Thm Resl Store. The Valley Druw Sats...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 January 1912

The SerenagMn FRANK L REED, Publisher. CULlERTION. MONTANA Probably when the modern berolad slhrinks Into herself," she merely draws to her claws. As Mocha coffee is grow ton Brasl the Italian bombardment of that cit we't stir up your coffee. The man who used dog haitrs to making counterfeit bills might he cured by a bite of the dog. Perhaps you think you know bow to pronounce Delhi, but It vill do nq harm for you to look It up. Several Cincinnati school girls have proved that they can live ons MVe cats a day. But will they? Another Austrian archduke drops his titleo. Ah, if some Americans were only allowed to pick them up! Almost any many can live to be 10* years old if he can dodge the butcher. the baker and the candlestick maker. A Boston preacher has quit the pu pit to go nto the coal buslnoess. Con tlnulng to make It hot for the sinner? The stealing of pictures from Prench art galleries continues. Dealers In plc ture post cards should take warn Ing. That the Flllplos are capabl...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 January 1912

EliNi nrlVth Arested as Stwaway - vlves Fear mations. ,t Srpmia P"rO em sr r M eae oes Te Amr-m 40neMI g t e a w 01* *** e t " se, ~"~ Iurr IMea to slve l Th bo s a ns that his faher ad wiar wma, bea s .t N oaamt d·t hio anor bec ae ae utmadtad e ea ai DetI ss y . a e r The boy ans aduaedat s teer the hdg shobl at Thomas, W. Va., where he say a search uo the mecuar wal w* .bt A tt jether -hmrna . e -m,-uthae sam s him also a cttes a the Uited states. 0uMieas '` tWulm --e - a. tlhrOg the tfat that his aresmts as altrli bs as htis tame. He taled to lnad t and after beating his way back home decided to go to Paama. He thought his edueateos equipped him to work ao the canalu d paket acquired by pawalng two at his r ns, weat aboard the steamship Prins August Wilhelm P three days be alld ttthe class pages sad ·a eitglralt"y Ir his meals. Thea It was disavered thlt he had not paid t[ is pamsge . At Kiagatas, Jamaica Gouldia was turaned over to the British arthorl ties ad thrown Into Jail. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 January 1912

.MRS. HOUSW E: . STOP CLEANING SMKY I P CHIMNEYS AND OLD BURNER. Our New Lamp Burner will give light six times as much as the old style lamp burner, and a clear white Slight. You can turn light as high as you want to-it is Impossible to smoke chimney. You can burn lamp in room all night. No bad smell from Kerosene. ives a steady even light, does not hurt the eyes, burns any grade of Kerosene oil, fits any No. 2 lamp, no mantle to break, cannot explode, no black chim ney to wash every day, always clean. Burner will last several years-made of the best steel and brass. I OUR GUARANTEE "~Send us 35c in coin, stamps or money-order, and we will send you one of these Burners prepaid,. You use Burner 60 days and if you don't say it Is the best lamp burner you ever saw, and you are not well pleased, just write us a postal card stating you are not satisfied with burner and we will promptly return your money. This is the best burner made yet. All we ask is for you to give us a trial. " NATIONA...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 January 1912

- - - - - - - - 1vrm pwa.d s a tier M.ses .h ar eder dl a deee as T esAllhet. Ur. O .d tb euses, war is tees grnder wdilg simmdapplag. Dr. C. Jbaem adea a pemltadl vi its on mo-endy. emmealga Tem d'. lmma Clausme, who is Swidg oas i lam k r Redemea, isa Culbesam thi week. miea Gram, ase of theCtee l am a em, spn the blSw y weeam wsid!l rt alies as sm Mues. Melvin Elli, of Slns Paw. Dawoe Co. Mes.. mlIs bamess as a tasldmist. Work gamasseed alms cle nd rces re eeabt 37PS Mime Myrtle arddey of Clberteon and Mis Vitorel Freemes of Glasgow were esnel Jb. A. Davis sad hamily o One leek d she ahebldys. sm Harriet lb has returned from her vaasi spe a her be em in Delmar, aad tabam her ON paities as clerk is the Reed Csmk OGocery Sera. Nerweglae Lutheras M ve will be dhM mst Sunday moralag in the boemet of the State ask of Culberrnoa at o:3o o'cock by Rev. O. . Hages, pastor. A lamp burner is a very simple thing but the ames advertisid by the National Light Company is the Searchlight this w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 January 1912

-ERE PARU AMfr taMain a trial bottle of Dr. Kl-" ari SwampRoot which you forward ed to men, I purchased some from a o ml drug store and after using three dllar bottles I can truthfully say that I was cured of all the terrible pains I bad In my back, side and bead, eassed by bladder trouble. I bad the worst kind of kidney trouble and sut .iwd so that I could not even stay to bed with the pain. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root made me feel Just like a sew person and I am glad to recom mend it to anyone suffering as I did. Very truly yours. MISS MARY ARDNER, ,-7T Washington St. Deflance, Ohio Sworn to before me and In my pres nems subscribed by the said Miss Mary Ardner, this 16th day of July, 1909. . L. IAY, Notay Pmble ose What Swamp-Rest Wa Do For Yes Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blngham ten, N. Y.. for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also re eerve a booklet of valuable informs tion. telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention this paper. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 January 1912

bib a eMIae am bb. a t. Crmd. 4ord OullWord tells a story of a Tars lady's resources at a basaar. Busiee~s was II fall swing when a young man strolled around the var ens ais, with no lateatls of per chuasing aythiag. As he passed a lauS bea, tully decorated stan the yo7un lady sellers detained him. "We't you buy a cisaette holder. sir?" she asked. "No. thank you. I deat smoke" was e ort reply. "Or a pea wiper wor ed with my own hands?" "I doat write." "Then do bave this nalce box of chocolates." "I doa' eat sweets." The poun lady's patleai e was exhausted. "Sir." she said grimly. "will you buy this boe of soap?" The young man paid up. He Knew the Werm. A country girl was home from cl klge for the Christmas holidays and the old folks were having a receptio ton her honor. During the event .e brought out some of her mew gown to show to the guests Plcking p a beautiful ilk preatoshe heMld 't up before the adftrlng crowd. "Ia·n It perfoctly porgeonr' the exclaimed. "Just think, it came f...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 January 1912

C. JONmSTON, MD. .W.CO SONM. ad y. W. COuN0N M. Dd eB.. e. Naw G.c..... P MWscan a sIeOIe Caldberte.n, Montana lbertson, - Monta ********O********* *O*OOOOOOOOOOOO00* * AlllY I. DALE a. w. Ortich Attorey At Law Watch, Clack and Jewelry OBie in rear of Replridn Citiemn 8tate Bank All Work Warranted Cb '.s.. * Meat- CULBERTSON. - MONTAN S*..-,, * -. Lodge Announcements John Hurly o.w l,, _ ,* ATTORNSV AT LAW w ___omao SM O . wn. NSrowU. SW. M. McINNIS, Prop. O00 00 0- Culb0000000 0000000nta - 0 0** * * CHAS. B. IOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic ing,Action Regulat ing and FineRepair iag. Drop me a poe tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed * * OUR GOLDEN RULE 3 "rTo make NEW FRIENDS by giving OOO SERVILE to our old ones" 0 . . General Merchandise, Groceries, = Flour & Feed, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Dry Goods, Furnish ings, Goods, Boots and Shoes, 3 Hats, Caps, Gloves and Mittens. The BROOKS CO., Inc -.'ro ,S -. :'+ • 9 'V SS Notice for Publicat...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 January 1912

t , VO..MI ~ -I,~ ~NTANAý{ &Y. JAN. c9, £93L USt.. FUR TZAR r~t.2, a 4 ! i L XTSO, YU,* r. MIPS kal leadsNst Waat e WMa slig a m . -w. . hi ,..eh - A hif.h p" e 4 a et edhdd a p- i me wh a- e e, d w eah ait mp -i in us a-s - hdom. ei Mar aar. We be a edy -at we SMwh~ - hav mm. e pelsg - eaEste t pw hmad as way ead, I .i s he mas of .h hair an eo adyo* MA th r aed, rd t.he p- has ees gas ap siy. We t people ry td remed y at ou ri with We bsemes asses.f aemin that ... itk esaasly what we els r it will. sad less seekdnseles is atr respect. we d* mtae w a m cha e lor ~ wsd and daring de tdal. cheat, aed with min k of atrhe of ar statements xe shouad lt. doubt er weta, er inatmse mam pat erg mesday o as aItmal w a w We west oeey ame l Chtibeutee who is er.drlg oft ay scalp or heir trouble. deadruJl, uling ir, or beldam so try ear eall "p3" Hair Tok. We waut them to ee it rularly--ey atil trLe bole have been seud--ad i it doe not werdicae daudrde. eeas uad reee.b the alp, tigt alir ie...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 January 1912

The Searehlight FRANK 8, REEDI Publisher. CULSERTOON. MONTANA Another Americas mllionaire eha bought a Scotch eastle Hoot, moal Keep an eye on the weather or the doctor will have to keep an eye ea toe New York's irst snowstorm cost the dty $2",O00. And It was only ave inches deep. Think of the nerve of a swtndler who tries to work a gold brick game on a crowd of stock brokers. As we understand the hotel waiters. they are willing that the U.pplang ha It shall be abolishbed, provided Another victory for Turkey. A Col orado farmer tried to use an ax on a gobbler and almost cut his hand off. Duelling In Pranee Is becoming a dangerous pastime. Duellist the oth es da- tripped and sprained his akle. Forty per cent of the people liviag It New York are foreigners. Chicago continues to be the greatest American city. The woman who entered suit against a railroad for "loss of her complex Ion." was simply suing for her trunk. It is proposed to send men to jal foe arrying firearms. It the proposi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 January 1912

L' AC *1 ~wJ1·w . a't the saert iu rln t U llUea t mtl mllnMmt ýt titon - e k - O CHAPTER IV.-Cestiued. In the aete there was naaght Io row Efr It blt hunh. But it was e-mies As he would stabe his last - -ns a ue po head, so he stadkd his fe and .eot as the hunch that the utare held is store a big strhe on the Upper Rive . s he and his three compaiems. with dogs, ad sleds, and swshoes. tolled up the romn breast of the Stewart toned a sad o throigh the white wllder ns where the aunemdlg stlllnes was seyr broken by the voices of mes. the stroke of an a., or the distant ereak et rlke. GoM they fouse am the bars but not ti paying quatities Mad I the followlng May they r tbrld s Sixty Mile. 'he days later. Harper and Joe _La u enrrived at Sixty Mle. and Day t, strong to obey the hunch that had come to him traded a third L baest to his Stewart towa site for a is lnterest i theirs oas the Klaondike. TI had faith nla the Upper Country. and Harper left dowatream, with a at4oe d of supplies, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 January 1912

MRiS. HOUSE I I STOP CLEANING SMKY L CHIMNEYS AND )OLD BURNERS. Our New Lamp Burner will give light six times as-much as the old style lamp burner, and a dear whiW light. You can turn light as high as you want to-it is impossible to smoke chimney. You can bhmr lamp in room all night. No bad smell from Kerosene. Olves a steady even light, does not hurt the eyes burns any grade of Kerosene oil, fits any No. 2 lamp, no mantle to break, cannot explode, no black chim ney to wash every day, always clean. Burner will last several years-made of the best steel and brass. OUR GUARANTEE Send us 35c in coin, stamps or money-order, and we will send you one of these Burners prepaid. j You,use Burner 60 days and if you don't say it is the best lamp burner you ever saw, and you are not well pleased, just write us a postal card stating you are not satisfied with burner and we will promptly return your money. This is the best burner made yet. All we ask is for you to give us a trial. SNATIONAL LIGHT ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 January 1912

T ·-Mr ;T ·:EP ý Frlo:F ad eates an ounee at so s we swt aiMlan ss s Ie ue i smd wm e be. a sLems bsa r d a Mu T. T mdeesea a ihe. py Mas d a benemg abrF gI6 tat seedes ath heo ae ts .~e.a aS Otg. Tm s eUlatjaat s, a yr' Oagol. Hieb is l se et ~ boe A m psagappe ben wilh gives is the opaIn easA eas in Opsan No " Wi.mby -s~ 1I rrya t. A mber d priss ll gbw wi lier . n.eing, w is pomt leq te ba, sas thee sithor semar as pasU tll be spgem l ombe it Omeof he rmot sensms sid seJeyeMs emr heM is Sted Ie jIst he flor ale at Witt ardw & Watt OI san. 34f The lmbnie y Clubh wIl m ~ot omur rew dleat s at the asia Mrs. C. A. Witmeer loesd dat a i Eeam He* al as smssedlat w . The Mise a0ea s Basdds seeheas, wigt msar ale the dab a aeoanored haing oely -be the place of eattaemet All the ladis ae serd oe a jelly tam. Stock pastas.d eloe o a wa. Por arms sell os Sattelrde Eaglaoe.gt* 4tt Rise is a .esag o hops aed pood cheor from Mrs. C. J. i.arti, oeBe Mill. Va, wh h is the moerr o ghess child...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 January 1912

GENERAL DIRECTIC.N FOR PA PER BAG COOKING. Gy M. Boyer. Chef of Brooke' Club, London. I do not claim fIrr the paper-bag erytem of cookery that it can cook evrything. It is evident that tea meat still be made in the teapot Oeserally speaking, we may walve ouer claim to having mastered the ffllculty with respect to soups, al though I have made beef tea with excellent results. The following is a list of articles that nray in the mean time be avoided: Soup (except beet teal). omelette. scrambled eggs. jam (except in small quantities). Scotch kale. beans, cab bage, cauliflower, broccoli, artichokes. macaroni or kindred Italian pastes. The success of the system depends aetirely ipon how it is carried out. Good cooking requires time, care. at esation to detail, taste and a tempera turo suited to the particular dish belag cooked. While the paper-bag system is labor and time saving, as well as affordin.g more nutritive and appetizing effects than the present. H does not abrogate- any of the ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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