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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 March 1912

533 bmw in -oa w! r1IIý cý, k q ·mu .· - cm~r- 46 J~r Pesbly Willing to Aeslit at It. At a little party John T. McCutac eos oomnated to do a little Iapromp to chalk talking, with the preside tial possiblittles for his subject. Mo. Cutcheod had made several hits. O.e ef the party, chuckling. leaned Over to amother, a Democrat. "Pretty good. I't itt" he asked. "What do you think of his execution?" "I think It would be a darMed good thtg." replied the Demoorat. Frame-Up. Oe day Freddie and his sister mshked surreptltkously Into the pa try oa a foraging expedition. The only good thinga to eat they could d were some oookes and a bowl of whipped cream. "Let's take the cookies." said his pister. "I'd rather have the cookies my. pelf," replied Freddle, "but If we took them we'd be sure to get caught. The ely safe thing to do Is to taik the aream sad thea shut the cat up in the pantry. AT POKER. I - Rera-Is O'Brien a goodt hurt Dorn--No: wheever he gets " sphad he spi s e his bads. NO WORDS ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 March 1912

,o BUSINESS DIRECTORY oo C. JOUNSTON, M. D. . W. CO NSON M. D Physicis and 0 the Now Ce -aMo PHYSdCIAN t SUROO'O Culbertson, Montana Ibertson, o Mont *OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO@ OOO@.OOOOOOOOOOOOOO HARRY I. DALE a. w. Ortschi Attorney At Law Watch, Cleck and ewery Oces in rear of RaPeries Catient Stte Bank All Work Warranted CdBerts. - MeCtsa ULBERTSON. - - MONTANA -e n- a- - -- Lodge Announcements TROWEL OI)DBL NO. a A. P. AA. . John Hurly -eLO- "'a .. rAae*m b. at , o'1 es P. i.. in am, ic Hall ATTORNEY AT LAW H. l ao t UncAcmC. J Olaaew WILl) ROSE CHAPTERL .No. O. s. vmb seets the moeoed and fourth Thrmdaso Il each month alt o'loek p. n.. toIn Meul ma. Nei o He Meot. HsalW. M an C. Joumarow. W.M a. C. Win. necrnUtar. *Oeee·Oe OOOOOOO)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0- The Evans Hotel W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. Culbertson, - - - ontana ********************************* ~~S The vensHotS W. M.Mc~lNISPtoS * ubr~n Sotar S···················· CHAS. B. HOVEY CUILBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic Ing.Action Regulat ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 April 1912

-. N VOL.X. NC). as CULBERTSON. VALLEY COUNTY, IMOTANA. FRID&Y, APRIL 4. igis. 5'.oo PER YEAR ON TIE IAMPAGE The mlussears Rver Ner cdbert -. "IH sr tester 1 smany Yoss Owiss to the lust that ould weather teat* ed as long thisasprig and that warm weath ir msme a so scmdiely. the ice is the Old isusedrl did smt have a chance to rat be los it hrshs up. theeelrie it is bieaking Ia hug- blocks some of which are iaxty to eighty last aster. and some three list thick. The.. huge blocs solid ioe have beea eluding jams something Sercs. A jam aheat two mile. west of Culbertaoe as Tueaday we. partly brabss up by dymamitse. It bached the water up is the Big Msddy at Ilir and is the Missaori as far as Ca Isis aid ABrshkto. At Calais the water on Wedmeeday covered the railroad track about a loot. At or mear Wolf Point nmother jam occ * 0 *. 0 FORMALDEHYDE I : For Treatment of Diseases of : Field Crops. As Recommended by * PROF. H. L. BOLLEY, " *Botanist of Government Experiment Station, Fargo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 April 1912

The Searchlight FRANK S. REED, PuMishe. CULSERTSON. MONTANA Keep out of Mello. Keep out of trouble. Big feet may be a joy. but mostiy to the shoemaker. A Missouri girl demands $20,0000 for .srea kisses. Prices are going up ev ery day. China's republic seems to have Quite as much trouble as the defunct monarchy. At this time of the year almost any baseball scribe can bat .300 in the Hope league. Accidents will happen. A New York Judge has refused to grant a wealthy woman a divorce. One of our beet sellers at this sew -o of the year Is the seed catalogue. which Is given away. Many a Chicago man awakes from dreams of baseball to be told to get out and shovel snow. Nobody need be discouraged. except perhaps the man who planted his to mate seeds in tin cans. A woman In Virginia bought a $5,000 painting for $$. but usually art col lectors buy SI paintings for $5.000. Germany, according to a dispatch, is watching Mexico. That country. no cording to rumor, will bear watching. The bookworm m...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 April 1912

(I v I SYNOPSIS. t inisa l am his bIwe I twat he wire be at to -ew ready o o i . new mesmesn at w e Y" st. b Ther avene w tor ther beales with l pra tetty eser. Nhe mesee lare uwaetm remn aa lthe oth spealwasion. oA re hel e to the rigt eSs. aety.d s s st oo ew w ýooted rto th~e so alg bu aFtherad a be tWeta oth eoeuas I is i p eort lst . bein leo eto her marry ** en ibeany can toe heebes hela t e twa e rtrgh thed sLoon out athe hail to th ipse tght, NSai ne or. dý hes sto pawkwardyto rsootke to the soor. gaig bot ey chite an oat her and the tome to yea la gahe.n hgis peTurationhP herfaie mat.ova "W* aon' at yo i on"seeI repe ated So helpe.tahe wai te har ohe that bar te oote that's why her o. taelat "de Maon. Inie wastoyoud awkstwardt Sote o rcptate weer beasthabot sheha bndar erly dal time tocyothryn Inotun tary alarm end to step back, at the same time catching one at his hands at he attempted to gather her into bis arms. "Oh. I know I'm a sure enough tool." he said. yI-I guess I1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 April 1912

The Searchllght. Sa rsi Mh. as, ts. absism. eMeaL, wasses Posness at ciaertass. Mist . Usmer Act dCC Co Match , ip3,. FRANKS. REED. Editor aed Psopriemr. Tser-s-Is advance. per yer........g Ne Adrthiaig Rams.e very resoeabhle, mi be faraished an applicatias at this oos. TIE FIRST REFULIJCAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CI, MINT. School election occurs tomorrow in Culbertson in the school house. There is only one director to be electeJ and S. S. Meen and Bert Bowers are the nominees. The present board consists of Edgar Williams, K. 0. Slette and S. S. Moen. The latter is filling out the unexpired term of S. P. Mit chell deceased. The candidates are both good men and either is well qualified to act as school trus tee. We would call attention to the fact however that the Valley east of Culbertson is already ably represented by Edgar Williams. The Town of Culberson of course has a great majority of the pupils, the valley only having about a dozen school children, so it would seem to an unpre...

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 April 1912

We undersell them all. Uet our reduced cash prices. IMPERIAL LUfIBER YARD ý.E E Maae n rhtc I Local Happenugts. JAO" WhI.S, f Gus Hedderlek oa Poplar. stopped of In Clsbertass yestsrday between trali. Jens Smadvig. depety shaed at Plesty. wood, has bess ia tows several days this week. The Imperial LambLer Yard is advertis lag reduced prices for lumber. See the ad at the top of this pegs. I. L. Hatleld was is tows last Friday mad subscribed for the paper for s friend of his is Lost Creek. Tees. Mr. sad Mrs. Jobs Masalag arrived home from Florida last Saturday sad stopped is Calbertsos several days before golag to their reach. The Murray Blacksmith Shop of Cul bertson has bess reopened. Go there for horse sboelag and general blackamithiang. Charles Hamiltos. Proprietor. 48tf J. E. Petersos of the State Bank of Cal bertsos, left yesterday for St. Paul where he will again have his ankle treated. 'He reports that it is slowly improving. W. Mathews, the land man of Culbert sos and Sam Fry...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 April 1912

AiV.SI1IREIITS PENETRATES SOUTHERN HEMI SPHERE TO WITHIN THIRTY MILES OF THE POLL HE ENCOUNTERS STORMS. Miraculously Escapes After Trying Experiences-Motor Sleds. Tele phone and Moving Pictures Were New Ideas. Spieial Cable to the New York Time.. Akaroa, New Zealand. April '. Lieutenant Pennell, commander of the Terra Nova, of the British Antarctic expedition of 1910.* which arrived here yesterday. brought with him a long and intensely interesting acotmnt of the work and experiences of the ex pedition npi to .ian. ::o last, written expressly for the New York Timea by Capt. Robert F. Scott. the leader of the expedition. Captain Scott's story is as follows: $*s..-ial ri!tI. . (zipt. Robert F. :.ott i narrautiv. of him *.xpli.rutiuns in t .r .1 tar' I. e idmbllsh'md tii.'w wia i+ ud s NesKw Yrk Tinfus ronip: ny an .. ho.,k. dill) * stered fill .'opyriº:ht and, pu b11. !y cipused for seal.-. the rams lainm it - lirst publiiintiin any where in the i orld its i'productimms III this casi. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 April 1912

*R5 auG"8 COLD As eM toper ia ..tided If he am beep his head abeve water. Tall to yourself It yIu wast sa ap Theory alaso wee -tmNM asythtag worth while. abs -m s .w pfr aoo "M 'et. amhusm ls gum.vd Ima.mm. wm. mflemws asueeesswi esilss h e. What eught sot to be dome. de net eves thimk of doiag.-3plotetus. Gallant Sllnd Man. "Ab, you're a pretty lady." "What's that? I thought you were bltaA." "In a sease only. I never ee the ugly women."-Journal Amuasat. Faeetious Operater. "I say. mister." said the cadavereom mua, eaterlag the telegraph oaoe. "could you trust me for a telegram I want to aead my wife? I'll pay you tomorrow." "Sorry. sir." said the operator. "but we are terribly rushed theoe days and there Isa't a tIck In the omce that esat working overtime as it Is."-Har per's Weekly. LYNCH LAW. Eastmaa-Tes, I'm broket Bank's suspesded; what oaa a fellow do? Alkali Bill-Wall. halat tell what peud 4do here, but out my way we'd suspead the banker! 3aevT SHE QUIT COPFEE And Mush Geed C...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 April 1912

BUSINESS DIRECTORY :: mmahaaeemNeOOOO@@OOOOOOOOOO@O@O@@@O9 C. JOhNSTON, M. D.. Physician and eo".. i. to NOw cwurgbsm seas. Culbsertson, Montana HARRY U. DALE Attorney At Law Office in rear of Citisena State Bank Celbertses. - M..ess Practkcs im ew Courts mad bWl.e. U.. Is"ed sAw John Hurly ATTORNYV AT LAW Olasgw armI. Nrors sms. Meet. """""*""""""""""""I 0 " s***************************s S __ S ,r ' ý - T_ =.._ - -Z - --- - S " . . I '5 : wIll : * 5, The B vans Hotel W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. Culbertson, - - - Montana ********************* CHAS. B. 110VEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic ing.Action Regulat ing and FineRepair ing. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed * * i" OUR GOLDEN RULE * "To make NBW FRIENDS by giving 0001) SERVICE to our ggj ones" * A * : DRY GOODS Spring and Summer Dress Goods, 0 Laces, Embroideries, Ladies Muslin Underwear, these lines are complete. Men's Furnishings, flats, Caps, Gloves, Neckwear, Suspenders, etc. I H...

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 April 1912

VOL.X. NO. CLBRTSON, VALLfT COUNTY TANA. PREDAY, APRIL ii, (91t he.o Prt YULE LAUNCI PLANS FlO EXCURSION Trip B4i wm r to Om Take. Last Year it Alberta is Pleased by BDod 4l Commaes Prempeid by the seess e last yeses eueesaale to Albeite, the boaud of directoes of the Great Pets Board of Commsse s at a meesig heM yesleey aeterasem decaded to ceaduct a similar mscersios this rear sad as a stemt et a hegthy dieeussie. R. W. Lowery was give. power to select a committee a at awgrnemts to phe. the propesem tour. Ia oeder that suileset time tos uese the seosears the trip aight be devoted to the prepratior. Mr. Lowery was lastructed to appolat the remalulug member. of the committee sad begin activ ities at oee. Ia the absece of A. P. Loegewae. peas * 0 * FORMALDEHYDE : For Treatment of Diseases of f Field Crops. 00 As Recommended by * PROF. H. L. BOLLEY, 0 * Botanist of Government Experiment Station, Fargo, N D. " * 0 : WHEAT SMUT. Mix one pound of 40 per cent For maldehyde with 45 gallon ...

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 April 1912

The Searchlight FRANK S. REED, Publisher. CULBERTSON. MONTANA The spring girl is about ready to make her bow. Milliners say that the size of worn en's hats will be smaller this spris. But what about the bills? The war between the bobble skirt and the high car step goes on ia many cities with varying results. The weather man should realise that anticipation Is nearly as bad as realisation and let up on it. The frecracker trust In China can be trusted to make the republic's In dependence a day a noisy holiday. An oculist tells us that alcobok hurts the eyesight, and yet we have known it to make men see double. Burglars In Gary, Ind., stole a house the other night. Next thing we know they will kidnap the village lockup. The woman who is dazzing east. ern society by wearing diamonds cn her slippers Is certainly well heeled. Hens can be taught to talk, accord iug to a Washington scientist, but what we want is lees talk and more eggs. Fighting a duel with wax bullets Is a noble sport, but...

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 April 1912

FRUIT CAN BE COOKED DELI CIOUSLY. By Marthas McCullesh Williams. A Irsh wemre, a stadeat of medi eias, has Just won her doctor's do ree with a paper on scientiflo cook ry. In I she Impresses forcibly the tact that good feeding is not merely seessury to seed health, but easses tial to Its restoration. Further, she sets forth that the slops and messes to which Invalids are commoaly con demned not merely have no reason of being, but that they are positively hurtful. They overwork stomachs al ready weak, In sympathy with debil tated bede; woren still there Is no commmesarage return for the work Ia the way of nourishment. Yet, It is matltestly Impossible for sick or weak or ailing folk, old people and little chiddrda, to feed upos the "hearty" things, or these highly spiced and sauced, which suit healthy peresas of stroeg appetites and strosger diges tions. Right here comes In the paper bag cookery. By help of It, food is made tender, easily digested and Savored as sature wills, with onl...

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 April 1912

gmemi M. a,. saes as Sseead-C s VsIgw. Pitts - tCabasiesa. Meat., um"iff Act e Ceapus el March 9. 1U79. F RANK[S. 3RRD. Editer a~adPrepiaeto. Ftus.-t. aimscs. prYar ~s..... s £ddsaeimi.9aW very resesosabl, wasllbe fi.iisud appaicatlas at this Dies. TIE FlUST REMJDUCAN PAPER STAITB IN VALLEY CL, lINT. C. S. Staford writes us from Seattle t that he has sold the Amherst Hotel and c heeght is the Georgian Hotel. a modern ap-e..daa. eight story buildiag is the t heart of the shopping and theatrical par- f tiede that city. He seeds as ad for the ( Sesaschlight which appears as the editorial f page of this issen. so that friends from % Valley Cosaty will know where to fnd him c whee coming to Seattle. As menager of y the Geergiss Hotel Mr. Staeord will have t ample opportunity for the exercise of his t greet energy and executive ability. We t ale glad to chroeicle his success in his new a hecatios. The Poplar Standard will come out this week with new proprietors at the helm. Johnson Brothe...

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 April 1912

We undersell them all. Get our reduced cash prices. IMPERIAL LUfIBER YA(D ME. UELSON I Local HIappeanis. e"WGi m.v E Father Molysean, of Glasgow. was here Tuesday. Mrs. Tana and Mrs. Olson of Froid. were ia Culbertson Wednesday doing some shopping. Dr. H. A. Feiker was down from Poplar Monday sad shook hands with many friends here. Heromes W. Brow,, a piano tuner from Massachusettes, was bere Wednesday and did a few professiosal jobs. E. N. Woods. represatiag the B. & B. Lighting System. stopped, In Culbertson Wedaesday to visit his brother in law D. M. Moothart. A card party and basket social will be givea by the young people of St. Anthony's Church, at Tanners Hall on Thursday evenIng. April i8th. After to- o oclock dancing will be indulged in aad all for the one price of 25 cents admismson. The Searchlight wishes to correct the score sasounced in the Searchlight last week in regard to the basket ball game of Married Ladies vs. Teachers. We had the score 9 to 3 which should ha...

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 April 1912

* 0 A C L N D O JPr W. 4'%N# (S u aryE ,`r'ý 'F 3 SYNOPSIS. lain Harnish. known all through Alas ka as "Burning Daylight," celebrates his bth birthday with a crowd of miners at the Circle City Tivoli. The dance leads to heavy gambltag. In which over $100.000 staked. Harnesh loses his money and his mine but wins the mail contract. He starts on his mail trip with dogs and bledge. telling his friends that be will be p the big Yukon gold strike at the start ursing Daylight makes a sensationally sapid run across country with the malL appears at the Tivoli and is now ready to loin his friends in a dash to the new gold fitlds. Deciding that gold will be Tound in the up-river distriet Iltarai buys two tons of dour, which he declares will be worth its weight In gold. but when he arrives with his flour he finds the big flat desolate. A comrade discov ers gold and Daylight reaps a rich bar vest. He goes to Dawson, becomes the most prominent figure in the Klondike and defeats a combinastion of ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 April 1912

Iaw be . Eghed bete us. tad eftmdo rehi seas oft chames Samoa !lewde.. .DI sppokes s fei. has-. saw bilmie% enaor"-7se. I-k bhe asme, lm s SMhei aisd amte diU. aiesi nh" s ever ana A moas bat seoesearily worthlem because his meighbor is worth more. Pra Weet od eas"t M Goosd Heath v i t a . .ý ...eleasm Afltaay is the cemeat that Is some laes used to mead a brokem heart. m m.. "-sM It's dl estt for a ain who Is broke to break iate sealety. To -m evees smetlpadie sad resltas" ie, take earseM Ito, a pue heob iasu... Detter a streag prejudice thas a week esavictiso. Get This FREE Book SYon pleai- . ad. by .a n _w abr .. br ea u M1t a -d werr tto u2 a Why Rut aFarm as see*e Im~ ~ee. ema ThOUSANDS OR ACRES IN THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY ARE SWftT SLEAN. VOZN LNVZZS 3RO01. TiS Swirling Teward Gulf-Walls of water Surreound Caes-Gym pathiners Donate to Refugees. Memphis, Tean. - In the wde stretches of the Mississippi's flooded a-es there are three striking pIC. tues. The northernmost is the s0 s...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 April 1912

BUSINESS DI RECTORY C.JOENSTON, M.D. .W.COWNSONM.D Physician aad surgeen 065.. a en New c..,.b... PHYIcIaN & suMOBO' sea. Culberteon, Montana bertson, - Montan "*****.****....... "***............... HAlIY I. DALE a. w. Ortschl Attorney At Law Watch, Clhck and Jewelry Office in rear of Repairing Citieen State Bank All Work Warrated CMttn.. * Meusm ULBERTSON. - - MONTAN ************......*********.........gg ** w :* -',, ". Lodge Announcements TROWEL WODOI NO. if. A. V.!AM. John HIurly set tnD o oao ATTORNEY AT LAW st 0 .e. auc . JAe W. Olesagew WILD RO APTER. No.0. O.3. bmet. Nmre bafes Meat. Hall. M. . Jowserow. W.N S.C u.Rnws'.' *. 0 0S - "ý : ' ' tt * II . : The Evans 1-otel W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. *Culbertson, 0 - - Montna * S S S*******egggggggggg CHAS. B. HOVEY CLULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic. ing.Action Regulat ing and FineRepair ing. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed " OUR GOLDEN RULE RL"To mnuk NBW FRIENDS by giving GOOD SE...

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 April 1912

VOL. X. NO. 53 CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY. MONT3 FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1g91. S.oo PER YEAR School Notes For outdoor education base ball has takes the place of everything else. A back stop has been put up, and a diamond laid out on the vacant square north of the school house. At recesses and noon there is a scampering of feet, and loud calls of command, and the crack of the bat as it ca.es in contact with the ball. Passers-by always stop and take in the game. We have a kid team that isn't so slow. Arthur Forsyth as a pitcher has both curve and control, and can fling a ball over the plate as well as the best of them 5 years older than he is. Sharkey and Wilson behind the bat can stop anything that comes along. Leo Sullivan plays third base. Willie FORMALDEHYDE For Treatment of Diseases of Field Crops. As Recommended by PROF. H. L. BOLLEY, * Botanist of Government Experiment Station, Fargo, N D. " * " WHEAT SMUT. Mix one pound of 4o per cent For maldehyde with 45 gallon of water. Apply this...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 April 1912

The Searheblght FRANK . REED, Puhlisher. CULBERTSON. MONTANA The eaby btrd doesn't St the weor ea r by being early. very ttle presidential candidate Ihs a keynote o his own. In caee of a coal strike will the coal bin give space for a mushroom bed? The cellar of a Pennsylvansi farmer hu dropped Into a coal minls. Ltac man. Our own weather is bad enough. but tn China they are having a rels at terror. Being shot at occasionally Is not me of the legitimate annoyances do a kings job. A California woman with a "model husband" has been granted a divorce 8be deserves it Another blow to woman sufrage. An Illinois genalus has nvented an unbreakable window. Butter can be made directly from grass, says a scientist Possibly a mitsprint, for "grease" The Countess of Warwclk says that a woman is at her best at fty. Guess bow old the countess is. A Missouri girl wants $2.000 for seven kisses: One would almost im agine from that that kisses are scarce. The New Jersey assembly has passed a bill tmpos...

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