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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 May 1912

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Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 May 1912

The Seareb ht . PRANK S R D, Publishe. CULuERTSON. MONTANA Wirelss has dose much to alaimla hs terrrs . the seas. I.cubators have earlyt driven the Netting hem Omt do business. Eves the wireless has to eand hac sew and them the sigal "Ie bW." 'Get em whe they're hot" apple to delegates as well as to traukfrt. ern. The man who does the most kicklMa Is gerally In need of a kicklg him' sell The Turks have lost their basse i the Aegean sea, where Icarus lost his balance. A Frenchman now claims be was n the house long before the clock struck 24. The boat-rocking idiot has started on his annual murderous Joke with the r suit of a life lost. It Is too early to pick a pennant win ner yet; also It is too early In the se son to give up hope. "American women are tlmld." marks Dr. Colt The doctor saver N1 attended a bargain sale Any fond mother will agree that bowever much it costs to keep the baby. it is worth the money. One of the chief faults to be fton with gentle spring is that It generall...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 May 1912

ýý % £ d d~.T+L C SYNOPSIS. 1d alittla a .bta. bee and au ims t d. James Armoa~-_ Mmaltasc' a.r tn I. Mee with her. shhe ý m anodma se UMo UMo SKw east e MMeles withouet a answer. CHAPTER Il-(Cewtiwed.) "It was four years an' ntae moBthe exactly, Bob," drawled old Krkby. who well knew what was coming. ".Ye, I dareo ay you are rght. I was up at Dvergreen at the time look ta after timber Interests, when a mule came wanderng lanto the camp. saddle sad pack still on his back." "I knowed that there mule." said lrkby, "I'd sold It to a teller named Newbold, that had come out yore an' married Louise Rosser, old man Roe oer's daughter, an' him dead, an' belr' an orphan an' this feller bets' a Sue young man from the east, not a bit of a tenderfoot auther, a mintai' eagi seer he called hlnselt." "Well. I happened to be there, too, you remember," contnueod Maitland, "and they made up a party to go anad hunt up the man, thinking something might have happened." "You seae eaplatned Kirrby, "we wa...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 May 1912

3mtt Uu_-at, at, Cumums. aL tgw. har mr a Yirinm r3 Uew Actd wM d 3mar, !.Ap FRANKS. 3RD. Stier a m'P rumWi. tare-ta wInra. pa y tr.......a.$ awU.h~m. vsiy Vd mhl a Sit be faiaIuias appli isa at shim ofts. TIE FIST RE LuUCAN PAPER STIer IN VALLEY Ct, 1INT. ANXIOUS (Frm the Valley Coasty Nmtes What will the progressive move ment is the county amount to any way? This is the question that agitates the steam roller gang as well as a few other people. Some have hazarded the guess that it will all be forgotten before the general election. Others think if it splits the republican vote the democrats and socialists will get the benefit of it. To us it appears that the whole matter resolves it salt into a question as to whether or not our county politics are to be dominated by a few sell appointed bosses, or by the voters. This presidential proposition was in jected into the thing at the sugges tion of Boss Survant, in order that he minght make a showing of his strength, and he showed so stro...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 May 1912

They Are Pretty. Tbly Ive aslredy made the start on public Ivor. We thiak yea'll ilhere just the pie.s of oods that will make a .t.torýy suit. Our mak lag does thi ree. Preing and Cleaalng on Short Notice. Special Attention to Ladlle Cleannalg. The Culbertson Tailoring Company L. PfrI.. . M...w. Thorval Jobames lost a valuable bore tie lantter part of last week. Ames Theses, of Dese Valley. was chased by as mesagd bull last Saturdav a his fare sad marrowly escaped serous is jury. Mr sad Mrs I. J. Moses, of Paplar. wmtegmetsof Mr. and Ms. T. J. Hock iag last Suaday while here to see the ball game. Mr. sad Mrs. 1. C. Gregory were dowa fros Poplar Seaday to witmama the bsa game sad shook uands with masy Colbert sm frieds. Jess Theiase, do Dame Valley, got his foot caught ia his plow while plowing as his father's farm Moday. The hurt was very ptanfl bet so boes were brokeb. The Cooery sale of tihe PresbyearL. le dies will be held tomorrow safermo at thei Cash store. They have good tbhil...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 May 1912

Chtk1toY CEMS cind of childish, ill making all this fuss about the work horse parade," said the pret /l ty young matron, snap ping off the short end of her thread and reachlng for the spool. "Uncle Will got all worked up over it last week-wouldn't eat a bite of breakfast Monday morning, or even look at the paper, but Just stamped of to the publlo Ii brary building to fnd the boys and talk it over. I told him it was so silly, for the horses were only going to march south of Thirty-fifth street or something like that, and they wouldn't interfere with Uncle Will's old parade, not even the least little mite. But he couldn't see it that way a bit. He sputtered and got red In the face and said a lot of things about the spirit of commercialism and an irreverent generation and baseball It was so funny. Well. I see they've given in now, and it seems too bad. too. Those big, fat work horses are so dear and sassy. You've got to humor people when they get old, of course, but-ob, well. I s'pose ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 May 1912

Mw a. Was na* I ad , Wa:-"I alak a wom-I oWamb'a-see M I -sep he YroI beo to cic. "i beu do l d- d ow palm.. atlmt ws th e" m th I M gatee eapi when I wh.t I i .1 . .ond s i bulbsek f Pila 'I Ves Tme ,eabis medche is waru moe Wes a tles at eM to sE.rutr w. Iea 3 Piethema' VqdatbI. Cwm. at heas mm . oir hrinmMt Sow .1 and em SI.is .a Polumeay tabueatlr q iaMss., se mntopee. I rs wast sea lat s e wtMe s dl·. Pmhaum d hams. Ca. (ms. 'mU a Km. Temr Ietter w13 beln a ea awumet by a w-m le M a a Islet amedba. The man who gets gay with a buay bee Is apt to get a stinglag rebuke. That luWaNe, uservs coadltio due to a lad tIn ea. for its natural assdato Garaie T.e. Speolal Statue. "Why doss that fellow pat em so any air. amoag his companlosta" "'Cause be'a near-soclety, he Is. He was once run over by a multi -millo aire's motor car." His Advantage. 'A beauty doctor has one advantage ever other men tIn something of his "What oIs that?" "He can lawfully conduct a skin game." A HOT ONE. Kr. Cha...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 May 1912

S DIR 3CTORY * .... ..... o ..°. I .,"MD. .W.COUNSONM.D som bIs * Now cmO PUYBMUGN IUmam. CumlerteS, Mataamnta - Moats HAtIY I. DALE o. W. Ortschi Attorney At Latw 5'. Att y At Law Wac", Clock am/ Jewelry Ogle in roar of RiupedrK Oitisfa &stt AfLt All Work Wamrrnted C eaSms., * Mam CULBERTSON, - MONTAN , ,-u, - .-- mi .-*,* Lodge Announcements TVr.I tolor, ... t. . A. 1. John Hurly - -' . E -. o ATTORNY AT LAW o. nmo, e. os . J WOINLDO ATrn. a Oc*S C. 3. WidO @IO @ *OOOH@oOPTRo No. tio@ . O. O 8. O. Wnre. oSmian. .O.... OOOO.OOOOOOO ...... ..-.. • * eThe Evans Hotel .* W.M. McINNIS, Prop. ; Culbertson, - - Montana |**************************************8 CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JANBS, PROP. Dray la Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OULBERTSON. MONTANA " " OUR GOLDEN RULE "T*o make NEW FRIENDS by giving 000 SBRVICE to our old ems" ' The Brooks Company's Store is the Place to buy your Staple and Fancy Groceries. Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee, Monogram &...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 May 1912

VOL; u. NO. 6 CULN**?ION. VALLZ COUNTY, MOT5ANA, FRIDAY, MAY 31. igIL. =9a PMR TSAR EYELT GETS NEWWMR G.t thte DqMA iN" fPýs These Newark, May -8.-One of the most surprising vicories Theodore Roosevelt ha won in the primar im since be began his campaign for the republican presidential nomination was recorded by the republican voters of New Jersey. Indicatios freom iacomplete re turns are that he carried every cao gressiosl district in the stae as well as thei state at large and that all the .s delegates New Jersey will seed to Chicago will be Roos evelt men. Governor Wilson won his own state against a strong op. positio, bheaded by bhis political enemies within the state and ap pears to have s4 of the 8 dele gates including the delegates at large. Colonel Roosevelt's indicated plurality on the preferential vote as iooo. Senator La Follette made a KILL-EM-QUICK G opher Poison The Cheapest, Best and Surest Poison. One 75c pkge makes " ". two and one-half qts. of poisoned grain. : Whol...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 May 1912

The Searclg ht SPRANK S. REEs, PuWkis. CULSERTSoN. MONTANA There t no fresher or better topAi t hbaseball. The baseball knocker Il simply a teactlemary In the Sl aot sport. Thank goodness, the circus sever threatened us with a farewell tour. The wireless Is fast being eei.s d oerd the greatest Invetion of the Fbrtlled by statistcls, swat the Brat Sy, and kill I.327I.48,595.671 othe One person who need not be told that the baseball team Is In town Is the oit Ace boy. The bleachers are never willing to admit that a hostile umpire was born free and equal. If any person thinks that free speech Is restricted in this country let bhim o to a baseball game. Also, It is well not to forget that there Is a certain amount of healthy exercise In swattiag the fly. The best barefoot dance of them all is the one the youngster does on the brink of the swimmin' hol. A London oeurt Is tryitng to decide what is a "sardisL " Eve the small iah get their day ln court. It appears to be absolutely useless t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 May 1912

46 tX, eat a's emyea e tes w soo.us t - CHAPTER IV--Cetiaoed. fdrve.an the rest rngeo she s- dred where the peak elmbers maght e w eem sihted though she wa, she enoM t diso.e. hver them. The rest that they were attemptng lay ito a ether direetio hIddea by a nearer spr. ibhe was t the very heartc the meutann; pees ansd rMges rem all about Iher, s ach that the ge eral diretion th t ra" rase wasn lost. he war at the center o af ar buag coetnvity eorest and rangea be marked ere tower pent to the right ef her that rse massively gr above all the others.co t To he w toeu etmb to that high point l from its rety elevattion look upon the heau eau above sa n the earth beaath, ayJ sad the waters under the earth erally kiown that we do not ually attempt the high points in Ifoe's range at ame, eoateat are we with lower a. titudes today. There was no sound above her; the rushlng water ever the rocks upon the nearer side shes ould hear fad ly; there was o wind shout her to stir the long needles of ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 May 1912

tendNIW t. lcs.uu mend-mus ft.r lurrlr oo a C Mý tip U AimhmdCtrs d Muael . 'm}ý FRANK S. EKED. Silas, .'irqasi. oeIm-la 'inmr. PFfr 7o · . . . .I ~~uhI.3ur 'eq ~rinmbls WS be UtIETM I- REPUDUW PAPA STIE IN VALLE CI., MNuT. IQ WON TIE SUIT Cuasm wMate B"ak of Culbertsm Gets Verdict Ag st Balmur p ud PerI" F The case of the Citises' State Bak ofd Celbertaso. plaiatill vers George Balloor -ad Octar Perr came as regularly for trial May s7 at Glasgow, aad after the im- fI pasltg of a jury cosistig dof H. W. Ma- t grader. Herbert L. Drr,. D. F. McGregor, F. D. Alvord. George Rapp, Elmr Job ee. Chade O. Moor, Rudolph Ewy, W. F W. Hard. B. A. McFarland. T. A. Heage, sad Robert M. Youag, the plainti. repre- L seuted by Attorney R. O Leake. of Cul- a bertos. tatroduced its cae. which consist- a ed of the evidence of George BDnour. Orria Pierce. W. B. Shoemaker. and Howard M Yoelg. The plaiatif alleged the makiag f three promismry notes by the defeadants to the phlatil beak, each amoultiag to...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 May 1912

They Are Pretty. • rim - wdmk O -ry - - of They hw.e already mcade the start on public favor. W. think yea'll aod here just the piece of goods.that will make a mstufctor suit. Our mak ing does the rest. Pr. ing and Cleaning on Short Notice. Special Attention to Ladles Cleaning. The Culbertson Tailoring Company L.. PFryi, Msmssr Joh .Salvevold. of Dane Valley. was in town Tuesday. He has his crops all in except flax. G. W. Ortechied uays in his ad this week to "Save the pieces " See what he has to say about it. Poplar woe two games from Froid, one last Saturday and one Sunday. on the Froid grounds. W. Mathews left Thursday morning for Poplar to do amm serveyilg on the claim of Thpodore Roends of the South Side. It is reported that i4 Inches of moisture have fallen in this vicinity since last Sep tomber and yet some say it never rains here. True Mathews. a brother of W. Math ews. is here this week. He likes the coun try and may decide to locate bhere and bring his family. He lives at ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 May 1912

EXCELLENT METHODS GIVEN FOR IMPROVING YIELD OFFOTATOES Varmer Should Cm.Eifl G. Over PateC ..d Select Tboe Til1s That Have Tubers eo Good Slsm-Treat Seed by Themselves and Plant in 8sparate Patch for Bet Results. " t *U,. * ThsFedo oaoe ile tRt f 7 wesPrIn (By PROF. L. . WALDRION. North Da- i kots.) t It is a common belief that it we I purchase a variety of potatoes from a seedsman that we have secured Just i one variety. This Is true In a measure. I If the seedsman Is reliable. he willI send potatoes that are uniform in color, depth of eyes, earliness of ma-I turing, and other qualities. But un less these particular potatoes have been pedigreed, then we have not re esived one thing but many. The farmer can demonstrate this fact to his own satisfaction. At dig ging time let him lay off a portion of a row containing 100 hills. In order to show this, each hill must have come from only one piece of seed. The 100 hills are dug and the tubers of each hill are kept by themselves on top of...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 May 1912

ow ..r0 - EIV Lhr.. I. Ti. rrw +.. a. . m amm bui a In as Ochs statesr -m" w III I3 dMOM al t IVW .witvrn M& l ag o* & 36 m " mi wrWI W e. urnr 1me o15 mU kr lead on daft a~ra. h a rº S. tar «tb., I.. -- N t1mem .at a. Zam.moo. m Sm.s H3 dam ,lb 3 Gas n kinin a meat~ cum.aave .o sma tN0m raa 7 a.e atw dr~W d3s6 Imm lb. t teat as yalw 'U km b1~d mU - -'tll lbswm at 'U~s m at 3amm rats The GI 33 Whurlmm GemS rlm 336~ 3m~ yem mum I a tby 5~SUm. 6pe' Thoe s3w Nomgl emae th mals ner mahg er ste, smi a writWr 3 she O"mby oe niea.abe reary how what ah Wseeis arad. tut" Mae. epgIlr - lntr tha sp.am of I gaeb* du In a e al. Sto the MN ea tht am stremwbrr. s ater OR the se sa eterrdes eosmel as the tree mase lata.l The wrir qste hwe pets e th e the Mase fur the aver .of eamerdsl metep edw as the w wIy whaeenal delsr . m s. a.er.- " a Masie 3a Play Tenh.s r Uo her. T0m it The sty st Mam aIi bnafllea ter to rs uortfur the a of hpae 33 the askes gWeas appeelte the sty halL The earts will...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 May 1912

UsI NSI DIRECTORY ::: ,~i-~ ~,, ~ ~ ~ r---r~~g~~~~~I SJilSTO, M. D. P lam 0-0- aad Cdlberbto, Mlontsa NAIlY I. DALE Attormy At Law OoMs ia r er of Oitie State. Beak U.S. le son= John Hurly ATTONSYV AT LAW t' N..,.i LeBa*0er n0rt Seeee******** * - '- 0 - - * - * 0 " . The Evans Hotel I W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. : Culbertson, - - Montana : Dray in Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OULBERTSON. (DONTANA • Gulbrbmn, - - -Monaae S-.ooooooo@oo o@ooooo ooooooooooo,. oooo-'.@ooo eoeeem.eoo.;oo... " I * * * * OUR GOLDEN RULE 1 0 0 * * * * * SThe Brooks Company's Store is the I * Place to buy your * Staple and Fancy Groceries. Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee, Monogram & University Canned Goods, Occident Flour, " Are Some of our Leaders 0 i - The BROOKS CO., Inc. CULBREYSON MONT.ANAr. .WCOIJNSON M.D Pneevaan a sIRans Clberteon, = Montana 000000000000000000* Q. W. Ortschl Watch, Clck and Jewelry Rsparlus All Work Warranted ULBKRTSON. - MONTANA Lodge Announcements ThO...

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

· nI f i I II I . I I c:s : *c.1 S- - VOL. XI. NO. 7 CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTAIUA. FRIDAY. J]. 7. g191. S.oo PER YEARL DOT BALL GAME Clberts.. Wi.s Best Oam aof the Semem from Poplar on Their Owu Oreu"ds The best and most hotly con tested game of base ball that was ever played an Valley County, and some say in Montana, was pulled off in Poplar last Sunday. Poplat had won a game from Culbertson a couple of weeks previous and the "Culbertson Invincibles" were de termined to get even at this time and they did it, too, in spite of the fact that Dr. Underwood of Poplar acted as umpire and made several close decisions in their favor. Culbertson was represented in Poplar on this occasion by 76 root ers. Seventy-six! Just think of seventy, six peoplte from Culbertson going thirty-five miles to see a ball game. Three automobiles went up from Culbertson containing Dr. and Mrs. Collinsou. Mrs. Hocking, Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Slette, J. E Peterson, Mass Ina Peterson, Mr. I! - *eeee...e0eeeee...

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

The Searehlight FRANK . REED, Publishas. CULSERTSON. MONTANA New York's latest deUcacy is pea gaa eggs, all the wuy from the south pole. The modern youngster would rath er have a baseball pass that be pss Ident. The increase of warmth In the at gnosphere has been quite coavincingly accounted for. All that China wants to borrow just now is $300.00,000. Have you so much change about you? Michigan telephone girls complain that the Instruments they wear cause corns to form on their ears. An Ohio farmer has recovered his eyesight by the extraction of two of his teeth. Eye teeth, probably. By breaking his own leg a motor cyclist has reversed the usual order of breaking other people's bones. A Pennsylvania judge has decided that a voter's home is where his wife Ilves. What more can the suffragettes ask? A Mount Vernon (Ill.) bird dog at tacked a hive of bees and was stung to death. Let the bird dog stick to birds. The "women first" rule is held to be unapplicable to street cars, for on the...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 June 1912

ý ý j fý1i 4C' 1 .ý r UI SYNOPaIg t M ad, t ad.p, ran and ta gtla. Cdns ot. ait- lovet with ber. P t r thr the sit. but she esl tt an .e east iddeay atheU e at· ner pa Seer. Newbred, whls re tell otac e we e searteosy hurt that be wo campelle to shet be to ledent bae be seate by wlve while be wenr t efir e r Kikb te old golds who tells the .tos. rive l d a w I e of lettea e which osets tanw reroud the dbod weman'. e htd. She eids the lottes and bathings ineuntaIU trem s Id s at tackedb r beew i rb w is ma lo r us ehot. A. s.. r abds to the girls terror. CHAPTER V (Continoued). Suddenly the rolling thunder peals onentrated, bflls of Ia leaped out af the heavens and struck the moun tains whore she could aotnally sa them There wroe not words to do scribe the, tremendous crashing which seemed to spinter the hills, to be succeeded by brief periods of s-e ence, to he followed by louder and more terrific detonations. In one of those appalling alterna tiosn from sound to silence she hoard 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. — 7 June 1912

;as Uy a ague, se Sas-a YSor, seeeas at Cberam. Met. aSe w.teCe.dcm d M11 9, .s7 1 . FA$[ S. 3O3K. KioUr sed Pirpreasr. term--4 adve, pr year ........s aeweriie8 3M , very remonable, will be fmarbete appshatiem at tbis oOMs. TIE FIRST IREFUICAN PAPER SAillt IN VLLnEY C., NeT. HOT BALL GAME (Ceatisaed from the First Page) was Mike Grover of Culbertson. The large crowd and the fierce determination of each club to win caused each player to be nerved up to the highest tension, and the re sult was a splendid game. Culbertson went to bat first and secured one run by Cutting. Pop lar tied the score in her first inning and enthusiasm ran high. Both sides were retired without a score in the second, third, fourth and fifth. Excitement and enthus iasm was near the breaking point in the first half of the sixth when McCormick for Culbertson bunted the ball which fell near the foul line. Dr. Underwood called it a foul and Walker of Great Falls, the other umpire, called it a fair hit. Col. Walker ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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