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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 April 1912

~I~iBFo r! Rown hs~ bow yJa can gt the veiy -o artits wn frais . FR QlIr for lo ~ sost. m The rRm lW Fall Tie -.. hý 16 .sh. do s Uimdie : if A .ý. Abmsý h r I or nib a& D '-r 10TH sase ·'s -u dr m m~ r * - bV mrirrFAu... ra Umlees a -a Is oskckam hearte he's seMem hempecked. DR. J. 1. RINDLAUB (SpCelalist), By% Eae Ness and Threat arse NW. O. The aveage ma's way of forgivag as smy Is meamer thea his refuseD to do so. Use AIsl.t Pest-s i peader is he d shm sin tM ..htL OI.ei. The Easeslt Answer. Teacher-Tlrty eggs at cats a doUes Is what? Papll-It--It's eutragous sair. lBost. ELeasg Trenasrpt Marik Tempest. N.es At the Lestes musleale at the Wal dsrt-Astorls a youag mastro related Sba -not of Marie Tsmpest's. "Miss Tempest's mos* Is trighbtlly pug, Ism't Itt" she begas. "Well, I mst her at a tae omee. and she Jokd about her aoe as if It had belo~Yed to so.ae ema ele. "'Whak the Creator,' ash sal. 'was looklag for a apes for as be took, you ass, the first oae that tured up.'" PRI...

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 April 1912

The Serchllght. saw" -a. is.. "am. *mSssmi~d.hi uar. 1salm at CubuIUci. MauL Uslit AM d d Maweb g" z FRANK S. REED. 5di6w aad'PRoptiaM. ftwin-la IaCS·, Pt yar SU··... ·am Adwenhjg Raws wryº rm.e.oM weDl be ýlw i.d apphiatiS at this asc STASTSR IN VALLEY C, lllT. The Superintendent of the Tur tde Mountain School is expected in Culbertson in the near future to look into the matter of securing additional school facilities for the f children of Turtle Mountain In-I diana who have claims in Eastern Valley County. It is reported that the government intends to build as school for them and will locate same at the most suitable point" to accommodate the greatest number. Some of these Indians favor Cul bertson for the location of the achool and if the citizens care to I have it located here they can get ' it by showing some interest in the matter. Messrs. John Lundquist, Wm. Powers and W. F. Khes of Bain viUe, were in Culbertson Monday consulting with the Culbertson County Division Committee ...

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 April 1912

We undersell them all. Get } our reduced cash prices. IMPERIAL LUfIBER YARD '"" Lz M~r ~ .. ....... ..sc LaI Locarl Hspp --I M ,ºý,s.rS;II II~. Mimss lepad m nItsred hens to Cal' berteso froe her trip ea the rd Weds.. day with a lIme o amllIery. Thr M.hediet Ladies Aid Society will meot eat Thureday P. M. at the home of Mrs. F. G.Armett. AD members sad friends ae arged to be premet. Horace Claydes. who has bees drking in th hardware dspartmest at Taaner a eet's stes, left the latWr part of last week or his claim sear Redstone. Cecil SelUvs,. who has bees driving the deliery waga for the Brooks Compasy. ied has poltion there ad has coocpt ed a positine ia the hardware departsmet at TaseNr A Beat's i place of Horac Rev. O. J. Hages goes to Willisto today and will reters to Culbertson Moaday ilght. He expects to bold services in three plasm sear Willisto on Sunday. Thee will be so Norwegias Lethera services so Calbertsos or Froed seat Suaday. Mr. sad Mrs. F. E. Cratsesberg and child of...

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 April 1912

AC NI)Ot {r c " 1 (Ceeqý R Mch· y trt» )Ljr Y c~q.) ýNIýR Ali. 07 tM ompaeJ. SYNOPSIS. Man Harnish. known all through Alas asu "urning [aylight." celebrates his h birthday with a crowd of miners at the Cirle City Tivoli. The dance leads to heasv gambling. In which over $1~(0.00 is staked Itarnish loses his money and his mine but wins the mall 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 seasationally 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 fields. Deriding that gold will be found in tl.e up-river district Harnish buys tw, tons of flour. which he de-lares will i,. worth Its weight in gold. but when he arrlves with his flour he finds the by tlat desolate. A comrade dlscov ers gild and Daylight reaps a rich har vest. If, goes to Dawson. becomes the most pr,,minent figure In the Klondike ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 April 1912

muw ,iih h ! -mav= iwdl bm - s i - - b d q 1u d mw - mbeaml e ad biernh as mb~m isa a m y.bebe ew err - s-. beam tee` bed _lrr ~~ e. me. fo ýyL ?Mad -eo to Wd abeuL tip aoa I way ure a ermed had to be wdh m. fLef 4d met give -' a f m but mi adte m me I PIQ rhv - l adu.I haewuemdd~ I 1lhJ Pink ie. r hi hbIs mypde V b sd ewse bad dm 'ddrnwabibe a re ou S. eear $ u orr brehre be. b the D. WD Maims ,Uda maiI, . 7Y.?. Fooling the Lord. "Mother." eased a little boy of fio., "does God know everythlng that I'm golng to do before I do It?" "Yes, dear. everything." she said. "Well, does he know that Ia going upstairs In a minute and put os my pajamas sad ay my prayers sad get Into bed?" "Yes, dear, he knows everythng." "Well, toeght be's ooin to get fooled, for I'm not ging to may my erayo.s."-Ut &us Republe. When Your El s Need Care Mur.in E IRemedy 0s., Ohleage Always remember to be a gstl man--uless you are a woman. aOieM Ten, Dty bl, ewaS All things are for the best-Wad every one Imag...

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 April 1912

BUSINESS DIRECTORY : 0**o.N@.e @@@OeW@@O@Oe C. JOIWNTO, M. D. HAIRY I. DALE Attoersey At Lnaw Os* ia nr f OitismueSate Beak  a-d P bm b mUC *mb eogems l. S. l td D ALE John Hurly ATTeatSV AT LAW O* in *rear Oitiser ist. Ban ** * ~* * *w- - * * .- ~ ~ q ~ - i . • The Evans Hotel I * 0 : w. M.. McINNI, Prop. ! Sulber, - Montana .***********************...............* * 0 * 0 * 0 Th Evn oe * W.M cINS rp : Cubr.n otn CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Plano Tuning, Voic Ing.Action Regulat laland PlaeRepair lag. Drop me a pos tal d ill call. Charges reasonable, expert work guaranteed . ... ...... .....****--**,****"*******.***--***** * .-.I .....*... ;;*.......** * - -* = :- OUR GOLDEN RULE ,e rwmake NEW FINENDS by I I aoou sia VKe i b l ..r em.." I S DRY GOODS I Spring and Summer Dress Goods, I Laces, Embroideries, Ladies Muslk Underwear, these lines are complete. S Men's Furnishings, flats, Caps, Gloves, Neckwear, Suspenders, etc. Hamilton-Brown Shoes for Men, Women and Children. . The ...

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 April 1912

L~~~~ 2~ -:11 -. II.~ - · . 77 VOL. L NU., i. CULD3RTUOU.ý VALLEY COUNTY.10 NtO aSuaý.gg MR~ TZ WeST END MaevemM a rt net o s.ee T. fllowia article from the Sao I . t iadicates that the ci Who were advocating a new county wish the west end of Valley corety cad the ast end of Hill county as the basis of the new county have stopped work and let the matter 'drop for the prsent. Now it the citizens of Eastern Val ley county can get togetber on lines that ill include a four mil hoe valuation, we have eery rea a " " * , FORMALDEHYDE , For Treatment of Diseases of Field Crops. As Recommended by * PROF. H. L. BOLLEY, * Botanist of Government Experiment Station, Fargo, N D. S WHEAT SMUT. Mix one pound of 40 per cent For maldehyde with 45 gallon of water. Apply this to the * seed grain in any manner that will moisten all the grain Is over all the surface. " OAT SMUT. Use same mixture as for wheat, " * BARLEY SMUT. hut more care should be used to see that grain is wet enough to soak through th...

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 April 1912

The SemrcMilht PRANK & REED, PhW. cuLSERTSO. MONTANA aeorSia may yet desire to east es ete tsr Tyrus Cobb The sladdest words do tonse or pen are: 'Tair and warmer., weather man. Boston astronomers have disovered i new star. Second bans or short. stop? Occasionally the weather man fo sets himself and lets us enjoy a pleasant day. Explorers tell as that there are val table coal deposits at the south pole. not to mention the Ice The prodigpal son no longer comes back to share In the fatted calf. He prefers to wire for a draft. Some think a Chinese wall should be built along the Mexican border, and then let them scrap It out. Another blow to the popularity of the turkey trot. A judge In Connect cut rules that It is not immoral. The Pulltser school of journalism has refused to admit women. There will, therefore, be no journalettes. A Missouri man hit his wife with a pound of butter. He seemed to think a soft answer would turn away wrath. Scientists may it is too cold on Mars to suppo...

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 April 1912

s P " u:.·r ;i; ,r ;·r·~ It? dr' ·- r)$ -~a~s~u-~T~i~s II·; c·t~··r~ ~;··; rr~ I~ II; ; i .r I ., i- ,-·-- r' ~`""* ~; i:; ·' '" I-. -r 'e F: --i :r ~ ·i ~e ' Ij;- r r~a 1~,i·s R. I -, ~t l·i i t. * ·r ~ ·. ? .:i -s' *· r ·ia .C J' ;·;- P -5r ~~? ~t R I ,5 '-' :'· :as t~age sawI Pre C.hel Aster, H.rm BI. Harris, Jacqes Futre ui Other Neaes C to Their Deth Wih Equal IHreis. Iow T.L UAm - a-N.mmrn Im aot as tweos" ls N ves wets ht M thetse whieb a ek as M ebers at 2141 P. U. -.7 ea webe at e smaws beltes two iesm asrd I tav-e. ubts arus. Of the Mtl rVI an am earl sms. sM twe aesa aM e them wre woml sa rt , and t the m sh mI ea cm giasni Is - r woe a o. teMr twrs wesseeaM chs r. Of the thmrd-dle, Is mumber. 1 vwe swae s et wihm were wome wd ch-area, 41 as et. ad -row. 4N. llaga weaes. weremse. Ne s ivtes ca quautie tao ea.si O et the etww huadus at whim pvs the r ries with a h rse whisa oqasled, but lom @ et almese. that ed bas Jacob Astor, ienry . Savas he bulko h" a steml thougsh oM ...

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 April 1912

II Srd ow s-. spain. o- ' umar 1inw. ! 'Us libscuin. amop. 13A33 S. 33D. diiser sd( Fr~ds . I f..-ta 1 S ps P a ... .....j/. &rsuvmumIS "vi ry Lbh. wrl be kimii5 -'r i apolilII at tLis odis. STAiT IN VALLEY C, UmIT.' VOLUME XI. No. I. a With this issue we start on Vol. Is. XI, No. I of theSearchlight. Just f« ten years ago, April 14, 1902, this w paper issued No. of Vol. 1. At that time there was no Republican paper issued in Valley County, the only two papers in existense being ai the North Montana Review now Fi defunct, which was Democratic Fl and the Malta Independent, which Mi was then independent but shortly after turned Kepublican. In April i. 1902, nearly every office holder in Cc Valley County was a democrat, c, with a full set of democratic coun- de ty commissioners. In November ia 1902, the Republican party broke to the hold of the Democratic party in the county electing two Republi- D can county commissioners, Messrs. o. Gibson and Mills, the Represents- N tive Harry ...

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 April 1912

-under""- them all. G0t our reduced cash prices. IMPERIAL LUI BER YARD -., LocaI I I ,i.JI . . . . . . *************. . The Mm a se mes at Tmqrn opm er la Weat Wedamy N1ightMley rat. i VesdY ler ib new dlerkit is Wietme"er & Wea Ca.'s usor lebe Carr as accepted a poltion as desk I. the Beoobs Cempasy lora. jim Peas, coaty assemer. was hero ew eal ds r the week as deaiel baimes 3. V. Lewis. of the irm of Hurd & law. is. attesys. wan he from Glasgow Sea day. C. W. Drake, dep. city uasessor. wasn i tows Tuesday clsaaig up his work in this miJhbehe d. W.I. Sasee. formerly o r of the Farmrs' Ilevator at Culbertsoe. but now reaing as elevator at Maodak. was in tows Tuesday shaking heads with amer e, fribnds. Sack pastured close to t . Por t.es alB ma Battedsrdd & Bglebright. 4tf Prof. J. W. DaeJ wa in town Setursay and islormed the Searchlight reporter that he had made a contract with the school trustees at Moedak for another year as principal of that school at as increse of 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. — 26 April 1912

r a - TP7 1 X11 ýýf a ...' _ M 4 SYNOPSIL. Iam Harmlsh. known all through Alas U "Burning Dayllght," celebrate his gn O birthday with a crowd of miners at the Clrcle City Tivoll. The dance leads to heavy gambling. I which over $I0,S Sstaked. Harnish loome hsle moneo.r and am amine but wins the mall contraet. He tartson his mall tri with dogs and telling his friends that he will be big Yukon gold strike at the start. urnng Dayllght makes a sensational apd run across country with the mwa. p rpear at the Tivoll and Is now ready 0 oin his friends In a dash to the new fields. Deciding that gold will be ond n the up-river district Harnash 1Us weo tons of flour, which he declares will be worth Its weight tn gold, but when he arrives with his flour he finds the big flat desolate. A comrade discov eram old and Daylight reape a rich har vest. He goes to Dawson, becomes the snost prominent figure In the Klondike and defeats a combination of capitalists gn vast mining deal. le returns to ctvlli...

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 April 1912

. rw,..... - .....I.. Ti CASs -aids m Mossy sometimes talks whom you waut It to keep quiet. N. harmful i a IsOa geM t'. It r eme. p- d whoI t aaIs hI ing her He Was. MLstrss--Why. Norak, what are you delag a that peiloma~ ' hmas Norah-Bure, mum, he's a rstil me!I A Soft Anwer. He (trlumaphatly. readlag from a aewapaper) - "eaagibt speaher he.kled by ies at a county fair." Ha, hat .Im the osae are agatant womaa urltag, my dear. She (eeatemptaeuasy- hat's be mrse they a·r see-Jui-es THEN HE WENT. o Myrtle-Have ea e ver s to f aure eat what lakepease assat by 1 the werd. "tal s pa tmhe eer et yor golat I o-No. Have fYao I Myrtle-Tea The beiftles Is 4 of Post Toasties bas a /soer al its owa * 'Toasties are made of scted whis hile co;: ket cooked, tbmen eld ha t waki eis abis sd reared to as appeatisg golden A favorite food f Ior breakfast, lunch or supper i ammueds upson thienedm of homes where people se M6 Seass ,a "MAL OWN x a S m Sut IN AW PUL TIArDV OF THE SEA. 1,470 LIVs WUIl LOST....

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 April 1912

UIs.MESS DIRECTORY : -·_I- Y- --u ---- ~ ~ ~ ooooooooo~~~~ C. sNSTON, M. D. -on C aibrtbi, Montaea EIAttY . DALE Attoray At Law 0"am in reer of Oitisas 8steat Bank casess - C'Lpr e.. e. ei c e u Pra i. M OU Ceta8 m .dmom U.S. /had .N John Hurly ATTWRINV AT LAW Risk - MN T.W.COUJNSON M. rlYscuAN a sUmro "' -bertase, - Montam . W. Ortschi Watch, Cleck and Jewelry Repairing All Work Warranted ULJSERTSON, - - MONTANA Lodge Announcements TIOWEr L.DL, J. 0 A. F. &. A. U. 6- the me nd n faomlth oede ofo lt. a. o'clock p m., MUaonic Hall tiLet irot.e Se welome. H. D mmowne. Se.. ,aec C.IAs W. M WILD) RrOR CHAPTEIL No, 4. . R. 8N. Moe the cood and Iqnrt Theredays o aech month atU o'eCok p. .. In M amool Hall. Mns. C. Jonamwow. W.M S. C. Weer. SReentar. - - - " 0 : The Evans Hotel SW. M. McGINNIN, Prop. Cudbe-tson, - - - Montana CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JANES. PROP. Dray lagDone on Short Notice at Reuasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OULBERTSON, (mDONTANA * 0. OUR GOLDEN RULE *Te mkai NEW FRIEND...

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

- 'It.? , M NTANA fv MA s. r 4 . VO.7I.N CJtRT0.VA .!NTN* 4T º 3 o F. URTA FOR T1lE TSTAUCI km.. u r Ye. SV. di N~ Raman - Th - swu alh im.M~a hI dqumnw M pply ibe Won eaa s -· --ura r r d >1 - demw aiddostadshb s dI.h sd andls - -I t-' - -rl~b lui They aidl ieii eda rd bd sad w =aum~l asesists Isr h serd brsed mdra u leyr vree weals. set cma p" Wd ReueiDpspspde TSins iAs yr v peubssaer hasp bMa isa ass. Tam a draims, eb bedy med mi pa. ear smmde tbat iAdy ti.. .al em batber yea. We bas. what RemSi DspPpsgi Tables nmmd what they .illd. We geatma MaI is mM.,. sajlgmilsa md dyspepoa. U Oe bass wU tubd low mm"s. Thed: sass: yms ogsad 5z.oa. Rsuinumber.1 ea mbai dubs 3m R3m. Tmbs QIW -& oResell ·Sear. FORMALDEHYDE For Treatment of Diseases of : Field Crops. As Recommended by " PROF. H. L. BOLLEY, Botanist of Government Experiment Station, Fargo, N D. * maldehyde with 45 gallon of water. Apply this to the seed grain in any manner that will moisten all the grain * over all the surf...

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

$r he SearehbgM , FRANK S RRS Pubishh. CULIERTON. MONTANA t in a eat me for mne mmer The mai slaugMher of the aviMmaoe appears N hate bepga. The switeming o of bisers moa pat become a plee of high art Is the vwd weL The soclologist who estimatese that the value of a baby ts 3l3.W early aever had a baby. the destreetion of the peach crop will take place est July and mea will have a hand In It. C~hta's republic Is going through many of the troubles that come tr every new-born babea About oece a year the Ohio Itve proceed4 to show that It could Sta the navies of the world. When one prices hbadbag fs be glas to think a Florida alligator arm would be a good nvestmeat. A Washlngtoa woman says he clothes cost her 84.30o a year. If eatly marked down from M0.NW. Someoody has written a poem about -The Lttle Sod ShaBty. The Uttle sod shanty I very poetila a pIeM. An r.atroomer tWe as that a year ea Mars has 730 days. but possibly Mars is married and the year sly eels that lons If there is cee ...

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

L~-"2 ~C8~9~-~L~Y~ ~ilC1~I· ;pl;iic~"~Y-' -4~-1L ~YI~LL~L6_- ~t~Ltl~·1~L;i;l : --L~I ~ ~7-~krl Bi~~r u; ·· 3~ i , · \·~~·( .. ·' 1 ·8~ ~yYc;Cj~l~hf olrs~r ~ 'i~R 1II1YQII#aJ h~e er he mmwakek ae w e aate~r tot e the e Sa5 W prw na p eee afres liaeg rasy k on ther Ilsr mes iet a h.t . om hr s m to s r Mth r r. - trw pupsto e er it to ht ed lo to he " Ids wa In athe to .s, a.bt ht seaete s saia ens.ow h a se.rmeup be rpaseu t - mm t a dis stow la oet i el a gt are at m aUtIe Swer wo s otl c.ie to Iastbo e o re . reft to n wthto. But ther cama e the sa. oe .ter In early April. whoa Dedo set bian say ohasir o tbeaat pocl. ew to a ertaia maU l garments, while c ibgpht rIea alou e to her. It wee I the astratee aud a brlgrt e wee hecn drowe olr a would i e Mw ei Ako ta rrigati on Da e iatIr a u easetablr atrdhe sourlem e w L a werain smalle g. ton how lea ag Day uigt and ouh he t· he~ r o waser. Alatsg e was treatinly antereted th certale smal e rmeats on whaei weD owt yeeand noead, agwin ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 May 1912

_.W. ` grhLg raea ms as. as, seaamCls Mast. Psass- at Ceasrteo, Meet., Uisr at edCeasgm d Marseh , se FRANI S. REED. EdLite aad'Propritor. TwsrI asae. per year ........ e$. Adverel.R-Rases, very ra wl be hmslhsi o appmlicati at this sois. TIE FIRST REPUllLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VAUL. C., IUT. The three year homestead bill is still being held in committee, and probably no further action will be taken on it until after the presi dential election. Secretary of the Interior Fisher is opposed to some of its provisions, notably the one allowing it to apply to those who have already taken homesteads and the one allowing it to apply to enlarged homesteads. We under stand that President Taft is also opposed to these two sections and in order not to embarass the Pres ident by having the bill put up to him to either sign er veto it will be pigeon-holed in committee for the present. *Oooo@ooooooooo@o* o di SKeller Lake Items ; Forced over from last week. P April a3. g91 J. K. Mow went to McCabe ...

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

v-A 0 *` ~ J Bmmri. AOu a& ..it. Mm. 0. J. SaUmlb d sbq a bry. Is.L pel m. Mr. a d sa. P.E. Ml nl W ofa irklb a rv. assm. Als a te a. m Was. H. P. R. !emal, ameVayr. sgit . C. Rlps. Pes She mwsa CIe fbalm Weawy ad left the mer y up uib bnnes line. fir. Tormss MiMuase., of tl.a. sad ev. J O dai of Wib uems as visit ls re. J. Epme Tusr. , ' idsh . aW. d m VD a . .as 1 Wmw W dlsey madl mwesd I ns b u fpis a amihWar. Hoe has u me fars ab.ut S ai etehaMes o taw. Coeaty SweveyurW. 3. Moas weis Th day. He was eblig ever the red to tih FImiems Ferry woh hLm bm and is yIet is ry bd shape threugh the aigh this aids f thue lrry. Mr sad Mrs. O.R. A.alas l.ft yUmer day .r paeleis Mimsems viwit rale duoes a a muth's vacatie trip. They will ales visit at Chieago msd Twi Cities. Alm at Ca.by. Mim. wher Mr. Adsk semu' malese live. Th'e is srvas of the Norwegiam Ltbmeras Church will be bld is the base met od the Swe Bsk of Cslberss mast Smday ýaruaeg at as odok. Rev. O. j. . ptor. The Ldis' Aid 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. — 3 May 1912

tw TEI WOLF AND LAus neMftlv. Creatures Meet Unjustl Charged With udden Attack of SIeodthlrstines. A mana who was caught in the act ,t siaalng a neighbor's sheep, cov ered his embarrassment by declartng that no sheep could bite him and live. Slogic of this is equaled by that eo the Yankee soldier who once had a narrow escape from an enraged gas der. The men of a certain Maine reg hest, whleh was In the enemy's con hry to 1832, considered the order "no iuraglng" an additional and uncalled. for hardship. One afternoon about tusk, a soldier was seen beating a rapid retreat from the rear of a thrm house near by, closely pursued by a gander with wings outspread, whose feet seemed scarcely to touch the ground, and from whose beak issued a succession of angry screams. The fugitive was not reassured by the cries of the gander's owner: "Hold on. man, hold on! He won't hurt you!" "Call off your gander! Call him of!" shouted the feelng soldier. Neither man nor gander stopped until Inside ,the ...

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