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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 January 1912

t · - mubow =minkbmw m- Xs r- mu .1Kw em-hw -w* mu- C-- - ,--L *\ ---Ci BEb orcnaoo Chest Pains and Sprains Sota's Uimenit is an an - let remedy for chet and tdm sR atiows It qui y relieves congestion and I natloa. A lew drops is wa.r seed as a arm is" atisepc and beal T h .. .s.froame RUrICCA IAW I .AAc. INIMEZ' is oellent for sprains and bres. It aspsre pain at easm and rdsu .s wem la y quickly. Seld by ai dealer r'b age., ,.ee Ham T Wr ethedt es sN T res hee frds.... of Constipation GV . u w AS.a toems " aem aket ae aý. t. In IN gnusa - r- a mw Lmbst arm Uadins - s V i -Is o"'lY s .Z4rr betZap L.w mitni 6p 8 pem mini Ltgba Xt psi s wit~b~-A by Pkhins lea n e esn wrey wi Sma se th B els a ' -a the mua wy an n afruits. Tbh es.pe ase -le t v web lmaes s od the r pias eo. aewdlg will oet be es peat el se these will be ser of the bat grede sad less at the poorer pae at trielts. Thee the twelts fto adespl will be more satlteactory and, if the tree hasr been paad, Sliuris to the wood ls...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 January 1912

---", IN DIRECTORY o i cJoa~instmo,. W.CO.NSONM.D C '-e IN an Now C~nrw CembIYnmYIAN ! SS Calberteon, Montana bertnon, * Montana EARIY 8. DALE 3. W. OrtchIed Attorney At Law Watch, Clkc u Jewelry Ofce in rear of Ropalrll. Oitieose 8tate Bank All Work Warranted C-ete. * Mel.a CULBERTSON, - MONTANA *OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO*@ *oooooooooooooooooo -ew - _- - " Lodge Announcements u. AWDS. s30. :: A. m' A. U. John Hurly w.-e'. .,.. y gw -. I O8-N O ,APTZL No. * 0 - Obeiew w woo" sae ion. T r m ................ a. .. Ap. e.. ..a * . ,,, * The Evans Hotel SW.M. MCGINNIS, Prop. SCulbertson, 0oooooooooooooooeoooooeeoeo * -···~~········ I····· *jFP _ CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic ing,Action Regulat ing and FineRepair Inf. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed 0 0 0 0 0 0 OUR GOLDEN RULE 'To make. NBW FRIENDS by givlng 000 SBRVI,.E to our old ones" * I General Merchandise, Groceries, " O 0 0 * : Flour & Feed, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 January 1912

i·· ·; ~ s-is~-~s~'tfP~~cx · IOlPý ... ai jLCu ', v ,`.*, VALL ý ý N. s6.Fyn, .. ran I Rose Cream for chapped hands, face and lips. For roughness of the skin It has no equal, leav ing the skin white and soft. It is not sticky or greasy. Perfectly harmless. Price 25c. Prepared by VALLEY DRUG STORE A. W. liuxsol, Prop. _".....e"e""eee""e"""""""""e"""""""""" DID YOU EVER THINK OF IT IN THIS WAY ? II you save Sloo from your earnings uluring a year it is the same amount you would receive on a Sa.ooo investment for one year at 5 per cent. To save, one mInst sacrihce. The best things of life are gained in this way. If you want to lay aside a part of your earnings, come to this bank * and open an account. A bank account will assist you greatly in the undertaking. We welcome the small depositor. * CITIZENS STATE BANK S OF CULBERTSON irme.rs: J. S. Duay, W. MSBrse, P. Matte, S. C. West, C.iertoa, . - Montana 0 0 Valley County's Exhibit at St. Paul Land Show . t The alove cut shows the exhibit...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 January 1912

The Seaehaght PRANK 8. REED, Publshes. CULIERTSON. MONTANA It's almost as easy to give good ad Vice as It is not to follow it. Among the things that we were not thinking of orderlang is a new alpha bet. Persons with no other form of amusement can watch the days grow enger. It is difficult for some men to be good when they have a good chance to be otherwise. A fresh egg of the season comea straight from a fresh chamber of the cold storage warehouse. St. Louis girl, twelve years old. wants a divorce. Some of them cer talnly acquire the habit early. Germany has seventeen dirigible war balloons and England is fortu nate In being too busy to worry. A Connecticut woman found a dia mond In a leg of lamb. And she wasn't anywhere near Winsted at the tlme. A girl umpired a baseball game in California the other day. Those Call fornia women certainly ate heroine. An Imperial edict in Pekin orders the cutting of of queues. Switches and rats ought to be cheaper next yar. A divorce law has been pa...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 January 1912

es Tthe Ye ver.e of Nt rie " Unlc s smp--nan-s Praa Prem Allu Uass.t ism,-s-raU Amessea mte w ba sherm eMd is the s o rf si Sis ek l l rY n me mt we w as whs was the writa iumiWar as ar sad east setine. Swanto sesset *ete e bead." .he esgsilset. Tbe ewgeramasat Zask a weirne b.m a she a g it ba er. "lie is the hst serity" he lea: "e ti-h thlis ham mre Isetr asde area uI "s aose wes q ue er ft " a v e w P rh A ' . a r i l s t h u Age d eise iesi bet a the su b a- h has e er bs writta." Tls alther as Amerie wmam. *'The D 1es Pitrem nbs,. by le deh Ki Van emaseea"r, " he Am.euia vite rea. "adt haven't yes wtius elaet I've rnd this I wanted a know I there wugM' aather - aherity I sdot e» smM. 'I om ageiesM mteris for a book." "YTea' Dd all there s to know about eare tht oe" the man Ia satee and his questisomer sighed. I wanted to lad out more" she aM. "I Aeow thi kbok by hert. eYou a I am Mrs. John King Van The dieeter gasped, mad Mrs. Van easseler proceeded to establish her Ideatity by...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 January 1912

Salsi Mid as. gso. e mer. Peasem at Clbsras., Mst.. Uilir Act dCao d Marcb . 9sn~ FRANK . REED. Editor sad Prprior. Trme-t-a adv . per yer...:....e s. advl.utli Ras, ry reasombl, mil be fmibed o apple at. s . tir ds a o TIE FIRST REfIt UCAN PAPER STARlTE IN VALLEY CO., MNT. MIKE FAY DEAD (Comtiaomd cren brst pae ) by Dr. Collinson. No outward signs of foul play were discovered though an autopsy could not be held at that time as the body was frozen stiff. The doctor said that he had treated the deceased some months ago for heart trouble and a deceased condition of the arteries, and that he might have died from heart trouble, and that over stimu lation by liquor might have been the immediate cause. A bottle of liquor partly con sumed was found in the room near the body and a chair or two had been overturned and tlhe stove pipe had fallen down. This might have been caused by tile last convulsive struggle of the deceased. The position of the body indi cated that Mike had fallen forward ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 January 1912

a t ' : ti1 ., tc.. ". 3. , , fa,.t deaudetWeeM- s| a/eep. O. C. Jme rd hi , 3. D.. s a" C mae.. r ,bsr .,mdr. lame e ahm d ssem. se. r s i. sees a eagle d dlps als ek. Deanmtl thde me Wp i na d " l'b. 4tr. Whio w be your vaealed It is ugpeesdI that Mm. Matk Tbemea hes ieasteamits a tM Msa h r dleww. D. W. Davis ad GeOrq Steesrt d Stelm Pars, woie i Cderte Wedmdty. ess fdlt med Oscar McDe5ld. beth of Mess. M . iMst aed Calberase Wedee day. The Prembyteri Ladies' Aid is being esenmied this aftaerso at the home of Mrs. Arseat. Chas. Jarvis has leased the Hedderich cottqe lormerly occupied by Alderman Maim. sed the sme a beis papered sad put is oeod repair for ocupaeacy of hiaelm amd family. Hlrao e Claydes ,Mtakes his old poi. ties ae cerek is the smes of Tamesr & Beat for the balsad o the wiera . He smieds s7 pseds whileo as k iseaim rstear rear Redsaeae, sad is ow is good ightag tri. . Belsd Blue Jeist he Ior rsle at Witt meier A West Ce. store. 34f L C. es, of the Taer & Be...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 January 1912

1 RR1YE LETEIL h Im8 sad 154. I was a terrible WrOfr fr about five months with sand bladder trouble. I could Ssleep dlghts. One doctor maid I ws gong late cousumption and gave s up to die. Had two other doctors but received no help from either of he and am sure I would have been LA my grave had I not seen your ad lwistement in the "Marinette Dailly gle Star." After taking several bot tos of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root I was radr cared. In the last two years I have been a fairoad freman and have passed two enaminations for my kidneys success tlly so that I know that my kidneys oe In excellent condition now as a re eit of your great preparation. Yours very truly. GEORGE KENSLER, 105% 13th Ave. So.. Minneapolis, Mian. Personally appeared before me this I5th of September, 1909. George Kens hee. who subscribed the above state Ieat and made oath that the same is htae in substance and in fact. HIERY 03AA55, he What Saimp4.tet WI Do Fer YTe Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Bingham tea, N. Y., for ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 January 1912

OFv,ý Mr.W. I. v Moseley. Gross vins. Tom mouts wdbm s. I noak rq swts bad o1. I several weeks, sl psa I did to mellitlo trust. "I Mai ~ this te sibtsf sa sor m.W.W.Ns~eroir h- -L4 - SM. Sir . Ls usmf, at ft gpaslel pt worn. A dubd - a s a- uM b ss s sa. a I did nut b do iea. Aahb 4e m sime us, sandsoilt -s t .. tb. I time gut a betleb d husme. sad saw I bad bhm sm betk w dM ate bhe. I eso tld aslt a ism Sltesst sal tw I tw o to get wal sal I Il dl." AaSt Ursa 'aA e " r ol ll ýofr M!Mdk r~s A w / tw l~ W sil w rk IICwU M sod ea - - 1 I sFOR OUSOMLARS 3uwwin' Tirodu 0 utMPAtyw Twnt,. sederaon-1m not flCing with 9 eoth.ln-law any more." enpeok--- dont blame her. See Value in OpenAlir Skhoels. During the year 1911 the greatest pereentage of lncrease among the ditI iereNt forms of .antl4berculosls work was among the open-air schools for anemic and tuberculous ohbiids. On Januarry 1911, there were only •opendr echools In eperation or pro teed for In the t eathe comntrr. On Janeary 1, 191...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 January 1912

cNN. DIRECTORY .. i~i00.iN.N.000@* ,` M.D. Pbidaa aad uIibertmua, Montaima *e................ IAIIY I. DALE Attoriny At Law Omes in rear of Cituasna State Rank CdaNs. - " Me U. J Iw ii.. John Burly AttORNEY At LAW *@eeeeeeOleo@ Oitiar tb NM~r .0"000000000000 * * The Evans Hotel = 0W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. Culbertson, - - Montana $**************************************I CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic ing,Action Regulat lag and FPineRepair in. Drop men a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed * • " OUR GOLDEN RULE *"To nake NEW FRIENDS by giving 000OO SERVICE to our old ones" I General Merchandise, Groceries, Flour & Feed, Hardware, Stoves and Ranges, Dry Goods, Furnish Ings, Goods, Boots and Shoes, S Hats, Caps, Gloves and Mittens. The BROOKS CO., IncI CULWBARThSON, MONTANA ****** .W.COLUNSON M.D MSCUmAN * WRUO\O burt..., - Moe * W. Ortsch Wa c, Clck sad Jewelry Repeiriug All Work Warraeted ULBKRTSON, - MONTANA ode Announcements TROW...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 February 1912

+6, " - * -. 2'.ý- . - Z.~,ý ,art. Fr, i-Lw 1 f. a 5 e. ' a It YQL.X. NO. 42 *OiWM VALLEYTGOUNTZ TANA, !ISAY FEB.. 191gu. a,... nwR maR C- · --· - C . Io -..-- Try Our Rose Cream for chapped hands, face ad lips. For roughness of the skin it has no equal, leav ing theskin white and Ssoft. It is not sticky or greasy. Perfectly harmless. Price 25c. Prepared by LULEY 1DRUG STORE i A. W. uxsol,. Prop.. - DID YOU EVER THINK : OF IT IN THIS WAY ? If you save $Soo from your earnangs during a year it is the same amount you would receive on a $2,ooo investment for one year at 5 per cent. S'o save, one must sacrifice. The best thizgs of life are gained in this way. If you want to lay aside part of your earnings. come to this bank * "andl o l n n aaccount. A bank account wall assist yoi greatlv in the.undertaking. We welcome the small depositor. CITIZENS STATE BANK OF CULBERTSON sters: J. S. Dae, W. McBde, P. Marree., S. C. West, S. A. Wtteelr. Culbertson, .- Montana * . S"*********************...

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

The Searellght FRANK 8 REED. Publisher. CULERNTSON. MONTANA The co wave wig wagged It at tast. Why len't the as "hibther up?" Isn't be really lower down? One can, when one to bunting for Ibocks, lad them almost anywher. This would be a better and happier world to ive nla did every one try to make It so. The actors of the country are ex pected to erect a monument to the man who Invented the free lunch. A fat man's club was raided recently la a Virginl town. Naturally. the raiding party expected a stout resist aeeo Paris restaurants are serving reast camel as a delicacy, but there Is so recipe for cooking a camel In a pas per beg. Baseball is now to take Its place among the polite arts. since It bas acquired the graceful possesslon of a ady magnate. The brother of the former shah, who demands $80.000 of the Persian tress. ry, ito named falart. Are there s "" nto Persian. A wife with a gun came to the ree ce of her bhusband treed by a bear And It was the bear that was shot,. too. and n...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 February 1912

I . I INtU £OUOUY OF PUl. y IMai S Mecules WlmiaUe Paper tbag esing eeanemes au e t is demersb, be. 7eM a doubt. Partinslarty if thea tet s a. The agurem to feow re Ivenf goaw , but are a et trace I tiIeslit eal hest or eves all. a The oa a gs reage turned a I all, bum twenty feMt ct gas as I her ler .ak . m eha r. OCimemly thit an two bar.-thus, the horly 1 eeagpte at full head Is fLrty feet. The gant bumaer top lkewlee, at full bead. easumes twsty feet ua I ocrw. the small bhmors ,eah tea fest. Thu. a steve full ormaLe-i als for pet aud pea solag eassumes I lmetly feet as huor. Now, for paper bg cookinL the oenr must be Itghted sal tuarned on tall for eight minutes before any thig goes lanto t; It mast also bram a full strength foeaves m .nutes lager. Thua, it coasumes tea eet at gas at the outset. Turling at one burner to pedafe the hest omehalf at the ead to the seven miate period reduoes coamumption to fiftee feet for the 1 eat of the hbor. making a total of twenty-Ive feet aga...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 February 1912

h Searchlight Matred May s,. 1a9, as Seonud-Cla Mater. Poaeoe at Clbrtsona. Mest., Under Act of CaoM o March 9. say. FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietr. Terms-la advance. per year........ $. Advertilsia Rates. very reasonable wdif a feraished o- application at this oMos. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Tihe illness of Mrs. D. C. Reed, the aged mother of the editor, has taken a turn for the worse t:has week and she is slowly sinking to rest. Of late she has had sinking spells in which the heart ceased to beat for a time. but so far she has rallied from each one, but very soon her tired heart will refuse to take up the burden again and she will be at rest. Her daughter, Mrs Lydia Eastwood, as still at her post as a faithful and efficient nurse and will stay until the end. The writer, too, is sharing in the loving attention and care bestowed upon our mother, as she desires one of us constantly at her bedside. GREAT DANGERS IN DISKING Bit Coeme Prem Hemid stales...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 February 1912

.i a .R7I3 C. Aa kipe. E seU webs c £ YL d hi -Le, , ,Ch . C.lemlshms , d D uer. wn i in Ylmen aiie ub at h a aes s - amea . hm,'ass ffor the M.shed 35 as St. Wa~hIn Dep la d 'el i that te .ant we illew amha eo. H. D. d.a . . salr pnL.m dt the Far s m & r Meehets Bas. was is dts Wedmseday teeal g atear hi bitbese teldate lady wp aese arrled at the sme Hetd efrom hat yeterday. TInt hio mess weo good for Ladlerd Rev. O. Rqibi wil hold Norwqlna Lethers servioes I' the basement of the Sui Beek of Caerbee meat Seeday melag at so:ep a'dsek. All are lvised. . O. Armstrong sad several other old setters a the Seeth Side, have espressed their regret they did not get the informa ties of thedethof their frled. S. P. Mitchell is time Ib attend the funeral. Have you called at L. tE. Schow's ew Phboels Saloon? He will treat you right. 38tf Among the viators to Culbertso last Seaday who case esm adjoilasig tows to atted the feeral of 8. P. Mitchefl. were Col. Coleman of Glasgow. Wm. Powers of 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. — 2 February 1912

r I· A NDONr ' I' (Cm_3 tbNw1.ILema SYNOPSIS. Ziam Harnish, known all through Alas ka as "Burning Daylight," celebrates his Ath birthday with a crowd of miners at the Circle City Tivoli. The dance leads Mt heavy gambling. In which over $100.0I) b staked. Itarnish loses his money and Me mine but wins the mall contract. lie starts on his mall trip with dogs and 'si e. telling his friends that he will be in e big Yukon gold strike at the start. Burning Daylight makes a sensationally rapid run across country with the mail. appears at the Tivoli and is now ready to Join his friends in a dash to the new gold flilds. I)eciding that goll will the found in the up river district ltarnish buys two tons of fllur, which he declares will be worth its weight In gold. but when he arrives with his flour he finds the bih flat dlq, late. A comrade discov ers gnli and lDayligllt reaps a rich har Vest. He goes to I)awson. hecomes the most prominent figure In the Klondike and defeats a r cutmbiation of c...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 February 1912

of Cdm ; .II b~r b MIs-- tatj " f I' 'r8' -..ý @my At.x mbei ei ENDED THE SPELWNIG LESSON kBbby% Ed.estlo, Under Aunts Tv aie. Mturd Pe ..sde Under OWermI ~Lee. MiNs Thompsos. whose form an tare hasb endowed with H4eoaemple curves, was giving her little ephew a lesson I spelling th, ether day. He had epelt be, he, and he, he. and now she was teying to get hi to tell her what a+e. spell. Aster. Bobby." .be mid w earest. IF. The cloasing her lps she pro sounced the sound at a ka m. and opealng them, the sound of a long e "What does that apelT" Bobby looked at her ad shook hiso head. Again abe tried, sad this time. while presomslag the sounds, she vigorem ly tapped her ow rotund obest with her plump forewger. "lnam. se. What totter am 4 sary lag and what do they spell" she ached. stil vluoreasy tapping her ,best. "I deaws boy what the letters ane," epled Bobb, watching the ipap forenager. "but I ues they spell 1at." Ne Credit Sees for That. "I im glad to se." 'aserbsd Mr. Seektin. "tha...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 February 1912

NE- . DIRBCTORY . °° - - lot" 0 New cm P-IYICIAN 4A SUROBOo CSelir'teon, Moatas albert.o., - Moitaa O*OOOO****OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO**** AIIlY I. DALE a. w. Ortschl Attorsey At Law Waft, Cc .ad ewery Ooe in reer of Repsidr itisoua 8tato Bank All Work Warrmnted C-rteaII., * Melamn ULBERTSON, - - MONTANA ,- " -S I- ,G-«. - b. - Lodge Announcements TROWEL LODBRL NO. ' A. ý. & A. . John Hurly Wr: "" :, .'"" ATTORNEY AT LAW H. U I4ImL e. a.wnrom Jen WILD wR-O OAPTrn. No. d. .R . u *aft 03 fe eb a q_ . U A SNme, b Bo. e l MlstL. Hl, rn. ArEA mEwAn. W. .. o. W n. sesesa.s "N--1""""""" " * ""; -n"-. [ .. ...... t "I : alll li * m . " The Evans Hotel e W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. : SGulbertson, - - - Montana CHAS. B.. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic lag,Action Regulat Ing and Fine Repair la. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed OUR GOLDEN RULE * .To make NEW FRIENDS by giving 0001) SERVILE to our old ones" 1 0 * . * 0 General Merchandise, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 February 1912

- -. r -. - ,rw, *1' it '* wt.v*e r*n-'.~ 4 1~ -, t. VOLIX. NO. C cULBflTsoN, VALLEY WUMTTRSWITAN& FRIDAY. FEB. 9. £921. St.. FUR YEAR BACK TO THE COUNTRY STORE yem Tahl flay M r Alpoi s o Ll I LL. Smams Il SIC em ahre Large Ow. (Prow eie Repebiks..) Owlgr to the fact that the edit or wi. Involved in the personnel of the hows talent play we Ore tailed dpon one of our local "dra matic critics" to furnish as with a writeup of the same. which fol lows: One of the most ssecoeusul en t.rtainaents ever given Culbert son was staged in the Opera Hall last Friday evening when a large aggregation of home talent, de lighted a crowded horse, by play ing a comedy entitled, 'fBack to the Country Store." From beginning to end it was a brilliant suooass, and each parti cipant is worthy of praise. Space prevents as giving a detailed de scription of each player. To Mrs. Dr. Johnston, is due great credit for her management of the affair, and her choice of per sonnel in the play. It requires no lit...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 February 1912

The Searehflt PRANK IL 3 1h PuMlisher. CULUURTSONl. MONTANA Zere days are short, but who cares New Toet is trying to be bigger sad foggier than Laadon The nearest thing to a durbar that v have bita cesrs parade. It is the cbanteur. not the auto, that needs horse -ese nowadays. One of the most fragile things in the world 1s a New Tear resolution. It is Just one blamed pest after an ether. At present it is the mongoose. Prunes are prunes when they are put in fancy pound boxes iad sold at 60 cents. Winter. having thrown off its dis guise. may as well do Its worst and get it over. Now Is a good time to lay In a sup ply of mosquito bite remedles. They ought to be cheap. He is a prudent man who is careful not to burn down the house in his elorts to keep warm. A peace conference is in session to Shanghai Thus far the hospital list has not been published. One notion 1f the easiest way to make money is to accept $250.000 for quitting the aviation game. A hotel of 1,000 rooms to be built in R...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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