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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 February 1912

as Iý1biIKIWrr~nerODrm ,~~« etu is saw Srnmuaornk a . "Oa ti Min >f i m w.b te n d bin lais.nd w e l M-i m aa' wWs 46Mb. Tbe Ohmstl~e worl .bi< for ame r!!dthe o andierand whilk and hil urse wolina =ntm[ isodu notpt an shoes. I ugdinid Is teim quy ,sof th im Urnsd whin the staswuu. mever I wasmnomed s bgd forwrena. Myasomnach was i bad shaps. I- wi troubled with bourt bae amd ý p I leat we~ght sad rny IiooMM edilm roma doctor and tried several ether remedims and Mini V Dr W~ P Pith I bad takem them only a short time bifore I bid oo thesmw blond ,i She a fair trlullwsabs .to walk. Tbs pith nais mea iuag a, bod~sy woren and linintizely curd of tim rhheurathim. bad swlwouadD Wnet be ivn ink t i Paj MIf hDr Wettome Pin. Pita are al b ll or sent, pasipsald, onus pIS d0mS cetspr box- si bneam by p 8 the Dr. WiDAe. Midline Cmpiny SeuioAr;dhomsmy, iN.*~ Y. bead tetail rade-mark agi AS SCHEDULEA Mr. BooseWell--ho--you married me for better or worso-blo-4idat you? Mrs. Dose-Tea, and I 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. — 23 February 1912

0 BUSINESS DIRECTORY @0; C. SJOINSTON, M. D. T. W. COUNSON M. D. Phyalcisa and sesm. .s tm. New cbs.e. PnWSICIA a suaOeo Culbertson, Montana bertson, - Montana *****************0 ******************** UAIRY B. DALE . W. Ortschled Attorney At Law Watch, Clock and Jewetry Office in rear of Repairing Citiseus State Bank All Work Warrunted CeIte11rt . - Ze6tSUe ULBERTSON. - - MONTANA **************************5@@.@-e****** Pregame **-an o ** " Lod e Announcements U.SW. ftOS63 .O.E . ..A John Hurly m : o 9 MM^ l ATTORNEY AT LAW H. 1sUn S BrhcAUC. Jwuaa. H. ____________.___ W. U. OlaSgeW WWI LE RosE CRAPTED. No. . 0..L3. ns e s eo i fnd Sa h Th>raudayt of ºt.. Norab De MOo*a th at r a o'lec . to o S. C. Wu.?. Uer ar,.S * W. M .- McGINIS Pro4 Culron, - - - Mo-ntana * "4 * * aietsn - *- - Montan 4 0******************e CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Plano Tuning, Voic lig, Action Regulat ing and FineRepair ing. Drop me a pos taland I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed ...

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

g. y . VOL.1. NO. 46 CUJLBKE'SON, VALLZY cO6omY. ANA, FRIDAY, MAR. z, ggzs. g*o. PERYA TIUY WILL RUN mamevult Dedlm tlmel a rCm -. ee sead es me wE Isay Use CoveteeM a-- New York, Feb. ts.-."I will ac cept the nomination for the pres idency if it is tendered me, and will adhere to this decision until the convention has expressed its preference," is Zolooel Roosevelt's reply to the letter of seven gover nore asking him to stand for a nomination. The eagerly awaited reply was given out tonight at Colonel Roosevelt's ofces here. He is aboeat on a trip to Boston. It was umexpectedly brief but definite. It follows: "New York, Feb. 24, g191. Gentlemen: I deeply appreciate your letter and realize to the full the heavy responsibility it puts up on me, expressing as it does the carefully considered convictions of the men elected by the popular vote to stand as beads of govern ment in their several states. "I absolutely agree with you that this matter is not one to be decided with any referen...

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

The _Sear llght FRANK 8S REED, PubliMshm. CULBERTSON. MONTANA Cocked bats may become as namo ens as the fussy em Where there's a will there is gaew ally a way to try to break IL Pow Manchus resign. but recast r ports Indicate that a good m d them die. The common towel Is to be abolish ed. Little by little mankind is b comlng sanitary. Let as hope the Wright brothe. have really Invented a tool proof air ship. It Is greatly needed. Musie is to be established tn the barnyard. for it makes cows give mor milk and hens lay more eggs. The Wilkesbarre man who was a millionaire for a day had to go away from home to act well his part. One does not know whether to coa demn or praise the Parts opera stru er. It all depends on the opera. They ind gold In chickens' crops to Manitoba. thus offering another oppor tunity for somebody to boost the price of eggs. A Montana court has decided that one Chinaman constitutes a laundry. But what If he were to the chop suep business? According to one pofesso...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 March 1912

-"h. t to -h am has . 9m0 loe at A J. cme rt weem to be egtur at the I elee at spoame. -ln aw sensra Chastee A. Whb %s, sWe seweralt the mw. -ies be possed on h retired i lt ader the thirty-year service aw. The gsverwm at broeght tLhre a tslom te federal distrilt eowt agaest th Er Ie railroad or vilatko a the altemmbhor law i srelatlen to ,m r'll 'dl. tornado an T Two arm orcers made as seme -a-e flight ia a war a-t a chies trem Doebekrita d brt, to Ha.b.rg in two bhours ad aftesm mhrtes. Iaagnr l day is Arions has bo -aaged tm Monday, Ftbruary 1. to Wedaesday, Fbruary 14. accordles to a statemeut made by Governor Elect W. P. Hunt. W. Morgap Sh 8 ter. etreaUur general of Perss was a passer oa the steamhilp George Washlnsto,. whslet ailed from Southampton for New York. WorrM-wide egialleaee attaches to the valt seee to be smae by Serea tary noa at the dlrection at Presi deat Taft, to the countries bordering ea the Caribbean se. Baitr & Crawford, ome of the oldest retail Jewelry A...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 March 1912

Te searchlight. gamg May e s, iags. as Seco,-,CIes, MaiNm, PNeces at Cutberwsom Meet., Under Act d CosrM d Marth s. 11. FRANK S. REED. Editor sad Proprietor. Term'--t advaase, per year........ e.eo Adertising Rates. very remoable, wil be furished on appicatios at this ocse. TIE FIIST REPUBLICAN PAPEI STARTED IN VALLEY CO., NT. The Borah Homestead Bill, making the time three years for acquiring a homestead instead of five years, passed the Senate with out a dissenting vote and is now before the House where it is meet ing some opposition. Sentiment in Montana is very strongly in favor of the passage of the bill and Representative Charles N. Pray has been deluged with telegrams .aring the past week, asking his support of same. Dr. C Johnston of Culbertson secured 175 names to a petition Monday with a few hours work favoring the bill. In fact there was absolutely no op position to it here. This petition was sent by telegraph to Rep. Pray and Senator's Dixon and Myers. Over three thousan...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 March 1912

. I PrI Grtatly reduced at flhon-Roblnson LumberCo. -oo - g womnd-Gars fr -re haesleek by as K O suae. Oft Mas. . R . LO en ad e a Laaeade, weoe gasets Mr. and Mrs. W. Mahes. Th. lday and Friay of lut week. G. W. Omrschd. Culbereas's popual r jeweler, eas jest reseived a lams enalr - mast of Big De clock's. See hisaew ad. Mrs. J. C. Baia .f FroM, vihited Ms. S. P. Mitcll e- Thursday and Friday of last week and the wst to Meadak to visit fried thee. A. L. L. e. manager of Daketa-Westers Telephone Co., remtred from a week's buelaeas trip from up the Phatywood branih Moday. D. A. RItag aid family of Harlem, havel beam peading the week with Mr. Riag's eacs, Jimmy Boyd at the rach about faour mls west of Culbertson. The Mostass A Debota Company ad verties a sacy 1neof reiessed seeds this week. Also cor., oats and ground ued. Good d goes a loag way towards raiaing a aed crop. A. 0. G. Middle, well known i. Col bertom and at ace time a member of th Valley Land Company, was elected County S...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 March 1912

rfiT ANNDON %f SYNOPILS. Elam tarnish, known all through AlMe ha as "Burning Daylight," celebrates his tbh birthday with a crowd of miners at the Cirele City Tivoli. The dance leads to heavy gambling. In which over e100.0 is staked. Harnish loses his money and hig mine but wins the mail contract. He starts on his mail trip with dogs and sledge. telling his friends that he will be In the 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 fel fields. ecidlng that gold will be found In the up-river district Harnish buys two tons of flour, which he declares will be worth Its welght In gold, but when he arrives with his flour he finds the big flat desolate A comrade discov ers gold and Dayllght reaps a rich har vest. He goes to Dawson, becomes the most prominent figure in the Klondike and defeats a combination of capitalists In a vast mining...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 March 1912

IAp this is. the bakiug5 rwd era~·L thati *~ ikf)· I I Szr ssakassttri =i I- pods,5 - .hiris Iso a w Drtrrb I Wool U .P~;L~ %hetp~gggpeV0b3 In Every Package of CreamofRye -r Yes we w. W.. of 6To Tr Jet ---i Cremdo Rye is the most delcious as well as the most nutritious of all breakfast foods. Nothing we can saycanspeak so highly for Cream of Rye as a trial in your own home-a-sk your grocer today for a package and put all your family oan the high road to perfect health. MihD.apoli Cereal Co Tb.Wrotelsb.dn -' - ,is of Cas.ation Disat - G amch. D~uI-~b Wamp$@@I Rt t NUTIM -. U p s £~m SWIP predusd Ia eemmerela qamtltty was made about 1i years ago, at a. eost Vie cr ena sats a pond. he6* east presa ease sugar was baiset t highor .than that e The amount or raw sugar extracted they beat that time varied 4 to per cent, and the amount of reAned sugar obtained was from 1 to 2 per ceat of the weight of the The cet d produc.ng an acre of beets was esimated at approxmately it, while the jieM wa...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 March 1912

C. JOINSTON, MD. .W.COLUNSON M. D Physician and bssn so ts New ceurbnlls MIYJICWAN ! SIROBO\ Caulbertson, Montana bertson, Mon EARRY i. DALE a. w. Ortschi Attorney At Law Watch, Clock cad Jewery Ofce in rear of Repmpeasl Citimen State Bank All Work Warranted Cadbrtee.. MUSr CULBERTSON, MONTAN ,-.*... k.,,.- -. Lodge Announcements TBowrL LODe NO. n . a. A. M. John Hurly *., w-..,-.. ,..o:-L ::. Visl'a8 eothee wme. ATTORNEV AT LAW V.lD asgow Aee wee.C. Jo,,, W.N (IIW s w WILD ROI S BEAPTIR. No. . 0. La. LemSutiSu Seem t he .ecosd mnd fourt TEn.est Rlook Mirth ed_ P. h r. iW C. Jo em. W.M S.. Win. sMlro. SCulbertson, - - - Montana **** - * Il 0················· CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic ing,Action Regulat ingand FineRepair Ing. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed " " G OUR GOLDEN RULE **Te make NBW FRIENDS by giving (00O SERVICE to our old ones" 0 * 0 * I " SDRY GOODS Spring and Summer Dress Goods, Laces, Embroideries,...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 March 1912

- - - I-- L- ji -~~- - -h- - - ?--vflU-- -ci · - ·· ··. 1$Iig4ttt 0.OM. VOL.X. NO. p' '7sOU,' VALLY COUNTY, FRIISM . FRDA&T MAR. 6, igzi. 1,a Pfl TUAK ___ C Jsm -M a-rle n ss m d Now Is tbaC.m. J n. Ar-i Tsb h mb - lrt Thu Last Saturday morning Jea. Lasgworthy died at the Stone hospital as a meslt of the gun shot weoed received about a week ago when be made his escape while be iag arrested with Bartle Hayield for steslig freight from Gremt Norther cars. As mentioned last week he was shot through the ab domes, the ball going through his intestines and liver and lodged assr the spinsl column, and very little hope was entertained for his recovery. He was coescious to the last and made no statement relative to the thieving he was caught in, and when told he had only a short time to live, he ac cepted the information without any apparest emotion. He refosed also to have anything to do with any minister, as he intimated that he had discarded all such things some years ago. The body wa...

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

The Searchlight FRANK S. REED, Publisher. CULUERTSON. MONTANA The spring styles In womens gal meats are not a bit reactloary. The United States possesses 1.I. 00 guinea fowlis. all in good votes and training. The only efective way to make a building breproof is to build it at the bottom of the sea. Then there is also the joker in the box oace who sells you "good" seats behind a pillar. Is he not a great h-e morist? The Krupp works are about to turn out the largest gun ever made. When not In use it can be used as a nest for the dove of peace. A government ocltal tells us that the average life of a dollar bill Is 14 months. We had been led to suspect that It was 14 minutes. An Ecuadoran mob has stormed a Jail and lynched ave generals We understand that Ecuador has a large supply of generals left. Although the weather bureau makes occasional mistakes. In announcing that January was a record breaker It seems to have the goods. Aviators are still breaking records. But they are also break...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 March 1912

&RSlieve Urlnary and Kidney Tzemai Deahs, Stsaiaiq SdHi g, Etc. Stops Pain in the Bladder, Kidneys and Back. Welrr t be aloe widt a week er Sadh t od rac r the Sa.a tke se - thea wmilt a-d . p.t a weou M aW pers ever get someit to be ith fr Se Jaut -drop ne.a rn th r -"a. tobieoe. chuslIR gwes wIth by t Is witheut delay. I wIN yeou a «A os yes moe It adl am Iryeet at FOR O00O MEAURL. Tommy--ay. Pop, dee a por-s ve'r got, eomething for nothing? Papa-so-Methes, sad a pisn sm twe m usually goes with IL. When Your Eyes Need Care tUur lne KyRe mdy 0.,, OWe eganl armed book to each tge ees le Evidence. "What makes you think our great public men don't work as bard as they used tor' "By the photographs." replied Varm et Corntossel. "When I was a young feller the big men Ia politics didn't take near as much tmoe to git shaved and have their hair cut." CASTORI.A a sate and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Bears the Signature ac In Use PFor Over Yars. Children Cry for ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 March 1912

The Sanrilgt. tae" May as, os -r Ssmo-Clew Mamse, Pess at Clb.srtsa Me.t., UIer Am dCeqs n d Man o ToM FRANK S. REED. Edior mad Preprisa. Tmer- advam, pr year........*em Adveldm asiR . very reaomeM, w.ll be termihed oe apltealtioe at this cOes. THE FIRST REFIDLICAN PAPER START1E IN VALLEY Ca, IM T. The citizens of Malta are busy making preparations to divide Valley County by taking a liberal slice-off from Valley County and a smaller piece of the new county of Blaine and forming a new county with Malta as the county seat. The plan is entirely feasable, but can not be worked until the new as sessment valuation for 1912 is made. However if the Malta plan goes through it will stop the East End of Valley County from any county division for several years. Eastern Valley county has this ad vantage of the Malta proposition, that they already have the neces sary valuation and can go ahead with county division at once if they see ft. It will begin to percolate into the mindseof tne citizens ...

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

Prilcs Gratly reduced at . 'tlahon-Robinson LumberCo. t H appuhingL I &~rrara ousm Waste-ll-rd r gmea mwr by Mm.K O. Satem. 462 Tbe VAm" Dreg See hapet is lies ew d dl w pepr. Se tbem ew adeeatlbe feot page. The Iaims Aid de the Merwemjis Lah wms do ee will meest esa Wedmemisy afte'ses. Ma.eb s3th. at the rneldemoe . Ms. F. S. Reed. All an lvited to ated. The BoeUMl Spris. HMeel is new ope Ser ibm queen better tlha ever. I. B. MeCerfsiek. te alal smssar, knows bew is treast patros. Notice him sew ad is tbis isse. Rev. 0. ). Huges goes to Williscon to. merrow mad ther will be so Norwegias Lathe- a ser i by him in Callertlso Seday. He will hold services in poiats is Willis.s Coasty o Smeday. Monday mad T.seday mad will etrn Tesday SOiL mmm m BOULDER HOT SPRINGS MONTANA _ The Carlsbad of the Northwest SITUATED 3 MILES FROM THE TOWN OF BOULDER. MONT. ON THE MAIN LINE OF THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY The New Conorete Hotel and Bath House re opened for the Season of 1912, on Feb. 20 THE ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 March 1912

tii ~A~K )PDOM~c-~ AC1 4muPI t CII '7WlA (co (p the New Tae! Comypeav foyI*t 1.i by the· rwallýapan SYNOPSIS. E'lnm Harnisk. known all through Alas ka as "Burning Daylight." celebrates his 1Oth L:rthday with a trowd of miner at the Circle City Tivoli. The dan e I a.l. to he ivy gann.bling. in which over $100.40.1 1i staked. I.lrnish lowse his money and his mine hut wins the mail contract. it." Starts on his mall trip with dogs and sledge. tll'n his frl.nds that he will be In the thg Y 'ln gold strike at the start Burnrtrc DI).itylLht nlokes a sensittonanll: rapid run a; riss ..euntry with the m.ri!. app,:.rs at tl.. Ti'i\li anrid is now ready to J- n hi. fri. nid In a dash 'a the new grld ;,-hls I)eciding that geid will be fount' in th* up-river distri t Ilarnish hut s we tiis of floiar. w hil"h I.e dec.lares will -." -w.-rth its we-l-ht in goldl. but who n he arrives with his flour he finds the i ,' flat d -lsolte. A -comrade discoiv ers E'.:l and litvlie:ht renps it rich har vest ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 March 1912

A SOON TO WUeWlt V OMACHS. By Martha MehkCoNuh WHlame. When the Rsalsk were l.ted to paparbagSed er..lu thy ea pro paed to soot--ad opealy. Charming peoe both, bet a bit diedLt. iMpe caUly the husband. The root of his dlicultIes I had long stlad set down as a stemeh maladret, s ddiag its whoto duty. The stomach's ow"er tool ae tat tour readily. but did not Saln stre~ath proprtiesUtely to his thriving. Therefore I permitted them to be in at the death-the death of several paper bags, the resurrectien of their sateNts. When the broiler came forth bearing a bilish bag, black brown at the corners, and ready to crack at a touch, they stood smiling. but critical, waitin to see what I would do with it. Catcblhng the bag either side the cut, I lifted it gently It .noe apart salog all the seems, re reeling a chicken, roasted to the most delicate brown all over. But when the carving knife went In there came out the Inest flaous Juies, and In such quantity it was possible to add "dish-gravy" to...

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 March 1912

PMIYsEs oSr DIRECTORY *****iwn onnee ae0eeeoeo oeeeoo C. JOENSTON, M. D. . W. CO SON M. D Pbyldcaa and o .. te.m e. New c...r PrsIcIAN a sUnRaeo seet. Calbertson, Montana bertson, - Monta HARRY U. DALE 8. w. Ortschi Attorney At L.aw Watch, Clock and Jewelry Ofce in rear of Repairing Citisena State Bank All Work Waerrnted CAbwetes. * Metam ULBERTSON, - - MONTAN ' " "kr I " a" -*" -i Lodge Announcements TROWEL LODO NO. A.. & A. U. John Hurly ;:--r t '°o. m*:. "Ha ATTORame AT LAW Wl o et . Om. c C. m o. D Emmosne. Sec. Oec*. C. J., W_. M. lsgw WIJ) BOBUE O APTER. No. O . 0.a Nts.e ath mouth at s$o l om.r.. Imt Mrnoel 1met, Nertsh e Mon*. CalL. W. . .JornW. W.M """"""""""""""""" """""""""""" "" |0000000000000004)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 1 * * S0 • - - * 0' The Evans Hotel W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. • Culbertson, - - - Montana 0 *********************oooooo0ooooooooooo CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic Ing,Action Regulat ingand FineRepair ing. Drop me a pos tal and I will call....

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 March 1912

Ear att , r -. 4 'W 41 -Y . -Ra+lj1.'' , ,J- ,+ a' * .º ."hM!'aý . - ý- . { Aý ýý l` VQ..NO $COB* OVLLYA PI T A.15 9*. o FRYA WNAT C. a er Up *des Jst, tMwr Moo The will of Delilah C. Read was entered for probate be Judge Utter is Glasgow on Monday even lag of this week. The claim west of town was left to Luella D. Reed of Point LAma, Calif. There were some other bequests including the small house owned by Grandma Red in Culbertson which will not be electual on account of the fact that tbis part of the property will probably be used to pay bills and expeanses. Mrs. L. R. Eastwood of Water town, S. D., was present and asked to be named as executor as the will called for. but Judge Utter took the matter under advisement. He said, however, that he seriously objected to naming a non-resident executor as the jurisdiction of the court would not extend to a citizen of South Dakota. Application has been made by F. S. Reed for letters of administration. . A codecil, which was added to the wi...

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 March 1912

The Searelhght PRANK 8. REED, Publisher. CULSERTSON. MONTANA Wrestlers may wia is straight talk, but eepMse racerso, sevra. Autaomobles would be eves more pepolar if they did not smoke. A fireproo bouildtng s alwas alr preo lson u there s so are in the vicinity. The man who pays $7.000 for Bible dose ot expect to get 27.000 worth of readlag out of It A wealthy so manufacturer rad dressed the hobo convention at Cia clnnati and escaped without a scratch. How fickle is humanity. In summer we kick about the high cost of Ice, sad In winter we trample It under toot. A Baltimore an has been on the operating table 24 times. He must be the fellow who casts the scatterling vote. The conning towers on the battle ships outnumber and outrank the cu polas on the temple of peace at The Hague. A doctor told a woman's club "bow to make a child sick." His talk pould be spread usefully for the beneit of grown-ups. They call It the United States of China, but the states are about as firmly linked toget...

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