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

ap Mr. L: Od Lasmsrpel, who ha baeem m lahr i ds amI eas, is very low. Che.. jrim has smaw msk .l clhem. He eas itas heet one is ae ne. WIll Duly wes to hism isthem dla s.m the river at week osaspe his vaY Mn J. K. Br ws, of Chaker Crek, m quiiE h tlhm i dof th week but is baIer sow. Mms. 3d. erws and baby It yeseumrde for Bettlaee,. N. D. lr a nmeth's visit wib her peurets. Mre. M. . Dly. firot Rugby, N. D.. is viytie a the home of Mr. aed Mrs. W. M. Dily this week. The will be service at the Cathelbi earech Sunday. Jsem 9 at 8:.o a. . . ad Sunday. June s6a at a. m. Mirs Eve Couler uast'Mir 1dam Coal tar. relatives of Clrosee Roem, are hereLer a bw days' visit from Willisame. The Lutherma Ladies met with Mrs. P. A. Oble last Friday. The ladies all bhd a pleaet time ead emjoyed a lovely lach. There wars a hal storm at McCabe ad Dree Valley an Tumday of this week, bat em dam e was dee as the crops arm not vet far emuagh advaced to be ilajmd. Miss Freasel ad Miss Siagletoo, who were e...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 June 1912

THE SAFE LAXATIVE FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE Meat elderly people are more or I troabled with a chronic, per ilreat constipation, due largely to leek of sufficient exercise. They ex ,erlence difficulty in digesting even llght food, with a consequent belching oe stomach gases, drowsiness after eatlng, headache and a feeling of lassi *mde and general discomfort. Doctors advise against cathartics and violent purgatives of every kind, rec ommending a mild, gentle laxative tonic, like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, to effect relief without disturbing the entire system. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is the perfect laxative, easy In action, cear tain In effect and, withal, pleasant to the taste. It possesses tonic proper ties that strengthen the stomach, liver and bowels and is a remedy that has been for years the great standby In thousands of families, and should be In every family medicine chest It is equally as valuable for children as for older people. Drurgists everywhere sell Dr. Cald well's Syru...

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

WWEE'ALIh " I "";5 -P_ Ibaked Dedmi I1r I Vlrt. Veg.O bt. Arhi, Li. - hw,.n s areh + Sa - wlb Ihib.a I eamad hrmas bmsadwsam a[ bsstd~oate istow aadtdouga. hao l Pm taeik lrnadhb Wg . yaiaim.olaoi *d Ia aim. tbbl. do.pml. My b~aml acid k would mrtar. ay hum ad wIt bs." Mu. MAT Wrhur, Adi. K -as of wa a thio d Stat. whhwa bs. bmadttabydO lama idvmm(y trnd roots sad bo amlr Tsr apo by * wammb t.ow weaesmms oa Inafu 3eM4Thr~AmelerWemasi nmy Cin&.o N. L-"I bad hi . aim. rra ad a sse i lub sot ad was blemlsad .us.m .dhulmat woum uakli Mydait.hatld sl ýaevrea ·ul a.mm wilbau of tatusm of ad rrYam bapahi is wr .i thou aaa r hkmi wi tthabsstrr lta." Lydia N. PI - m Neiam C.. (emS be ooM, reed ml amawel b j worne. sad bell I. aiet auab-.. BINDER TWINE • You Want Ioay Number Os. hshd ihdi "i for 7 seal psi pea dei.Isred a yoar Depot wdte at case w .--- TWlI & nanMIE . Se, lL PATENTS: No Novelty. "People are queer." "I have heard rumors to that et. fect" "Fremently ther pa moaoy to ao ...

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

ssoo.oo $800oo.oo00 RAISED FOR RAISED FOR Sports& Expenses Sports & Expenses The program has not all been definitely arranged yet but the follow Ing has been determined: A Brass Band Will Furnish Good Music I I A Ponular Man as Orator of the Day TWO BIG BALL GAMES POPLAR VS CULBERTSON The Other Game to be Arranged Probably with Williston and Another Club Big:en I uc ing Contes A hi=h A Big Bucking Contestpriced cowboy's saddle will be the prize for the winner and a $25.00 cash prize for the second best rider. A Steer Roping Contest Will Be Given at the Stock Yards With Real Cow Boys Contesting Big Prizes Put Up for Horse Races, Running and Trotting Games, Sports and Foot Races Of All Kinds. Valuable Cash Prizes Orand Ball in Tanner's Hall NIGHT Children's Games and Races With Valuable Cash Prizes SEVERYONE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CELEBRATE WITH US. A COM '1PLETE PROGRAM WILL BE GIVEN NEXT WEEK. COlE TO CULBERTSON. EE FERRY DAY 'AND NIGHT

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 June 1912

ý ý a-r - -` ý - - DIRECTORY n .oo .... _ _ _; - ,, [.W.CO N51.D, ' Nanwii commr PCmSU m Krcean a SuRoo. 4 rtSf, Montaua bCI , - -Met.sta EAIlY I. DALE . w. Ortsch Attorey At Law tch, Clck ad Jewelry OSo la imn wr o Spdr Citissm e tte Bank All Work Warranted C et.s. * 5fM ULBERTSON. - MONTANA ******OOOOOOe******* "*...*******O**** ,-..dm - uwo w- e e- Lodge Announcements TROWL LODOL NO. l. A. I. & A. . John Hurly ý"t- at"e--" t I ATTlrNar AT LAW .Dn rotlm s Le. OoCAS C. J Ola"s"w WILD ROPE CHAPTER. No. o. L.. TIMts h seca od md forth TheMsd. - m P .each monthat S o' R o p.. is e Meeot. ll. . C. Jam. o a C. . ". " . win. P...c.e.. OOOOOOOe OOOOOeOOO *OeOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO .. · r . , - . , - * "! -- , Culbertson, - - - Montana - CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JAES. PROP. Dray Ing Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 GU LBERTSON. MrONTANA S ubrtor - ~nt _~LE~SN SDOTN , OUR GOLDEN RULE " To make NEW FRIENDSI by giving OOD SERVICE to our ald ones" Place to buy your . Staple an...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 June 1912
Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 June 1912

T VRIt DAY, Ji* t4. ig31. 91.O. 133YWA WCA 43i A .lg.atiso oft es uSmi epphs trtn ca eiiem ii Cafls· ssl wa p.ss y wal ' aes s Wedesday hsnases s. -WIN Wliins s t e es g Ie VWe "o seeimset as'e feel e .t he Phlined.e Coneadrn -is aet city. Abhut a hoadri peoIp wINet S rat im masd is WI. Newssheoe s es. Celbtehssa people wesse*, Wat asppplmsi ae a bshe sau talest Own as thes was set aask gsoai -n mull osbes f:to dasek p. . when the Fimse's pemas et plaw. This was gaits paCSasldrtisa was enjyed by all. A sharm tis alter this bshe Pp lar sad Clb atso BHase Bail Tea had a spostasslar bahtle tor anptsmcy. as accosut of which will be huod is saet dhr celms. Ab.r the supper boar Leaky Bob Maindr with his fyiag macbiae i KILL-EM-QUICK Gopher Poison T1bh (hea st..past .. and Surest Polson. One 75e pkge makes two and one-half qts. of poisoned grain. Wholesale and Retail ALLEY DRUG STOR A. W. Huxsol, Prop. Save the Pieces If you break your eye glwss bring the pieces to O. W. Ortscheid, Jeweler...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 June 1912

PRANK ItSED, PWushwr. lSU CRSOolN. MONTANA - -- I .J sltin the farmer to help himself is the newest agricultural cree !asry days bring out the man who earries his mbedlt as though It were a spear. This seasoms precipitation should be conducive to succesful aligator farmins A Norwegisa claims that he has to Vested a boat that even a boat rocker cannot sink. Automobiles poesssed of a wild do sire to reduce the populaolat should be supprseed. The reports of automobile aeddests are quite numerous for a seasea which has Just opened. The Parts fashions cal tfor corset for men, but men refuse to be aW shaped In this way. A Boston doctor enumerates a dosean causes of spring fever. But he falls to mention carpet-beating. A frog leg famine is predicted hbt there are a number of eltisens who are not In the least disturbed. Of course there is much to be said In favor of the recall of umpires under certain mournful circumstsnes. About this time of year look eat for reports that your favorite bal...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 June 1912

Su ? . . rAt 00 0 0.4 VVyn ii II w - ? A * . , / The Otherames .t eU been dIPoIteIly a.w W theol. .. bmbe, detrmln.d:l A Big Bucking Contest .; l the prize for the winner and a $25.00 cash prize for the second. be*t rides. *r A Steer op g ,testg Will Be Oiven at the. Stock Yards Ith Real: Cw alBoys Contesting. y .OR All T .__Va A Prize. 9 r m,;T u * •k P, .m r,.m a a TO BAL "'PILL BE IVEN N WI PCOLEA TOVS CULB. !,NW j'AY O Elll a

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 June 1912

,- jam . **wry* *o IME HAR. FOUGHT GAME hpir tele tbers e blE i gme dt ilAsm Weduy. Abs Lase to Simecy One of the hardest fought ball gaes of the eaon was played at Williaton Wednesday evening be tween Culbertson and Poplar, the latter winning in the ninth inning byasoreof 4 to 3. Culberteon hadthebest of the pame by a meore of ! to 1 until the first half of the ninth when a nest of errors netted the remeratioeites three rms sad in Culberteon's half we failed to seore. About fifteen peo pie wereat the game and the ex citement was intense. Neither side scored until the last half of the sixth whe McNeil made a two base hit and moored on Cut ting's single. In the frst of the seventh, a three bagger by Dollard folowed by a sacrifice by Whitney netted them a run tieing the score. Culberteom soored again in the seventh when Slette walked and went around the diamond on errors. In the ninth Poplar secured three on errors and the game was over. The game was one of the cleanest and hard fough...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 June 1912

They Are Pretty. ThU "pef we.iss tr They have alrsedy mde the utart on public bvor. We think you'll fnd here just the piec. of goods that will make a utashctory suit. Our mak. ing doss the rest. Prieing and Cleaning on Short Notice. Special Attention to Ladies Cleaning. Tle Culbertson Tailoring Company L. Puytb.. Mininer There is oreal aeed of ausyse bei-g troubled with constiptipatio. Chamberltaila Tablets will cause as agreemble moovmet of the bowels without say seplesasat ef fect. Give them a trial. For sale by all NEW POPLAR HOTEL I. J. Mes., Prep. ROOMS CLEAN AND NEAT AND HEST OF TABLE BOARD. COURTEOUS TREATMENT to EVERYONE Poplar, - Montana C. L. JACOBS THE PHOTO POSTCARD MAN AMATEUR SUPPLIES AND FINISHING. FINE HOME PORTRAITS, GROUPS AND VIEWS CULBERTSON. MONT. I GREEN BACKS In STRAW STACKS j many auppose. TM Opwatermw saey kn ki. b Mas a blp it STh Farr srp it, et thie me bhI s as pat wil it, sad me d his imad srms m. gms w ioer tai straw Mak. Thl grat wassas is the ealit 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. — 14 June 1912

SJi SYNOPSIS. id w ibtlaad. a L'sk, ree and ua sp.ld rounglr Phladelpbhi girl. Is taken Sthe Colorado mountains byer u.sc. S)Matland. James Armstre. ls erstet wooing thrill the gir but she bltate and ArmstMrOngg goesnfem en busines without a denfi, aid hears the story of a mtining es_ -ser. Newbold. whose wife tell ofl e clf and was so seriously hurt that he was compelled to shoot her to pment her be .ag eaten by wolves whtle b went fb help. Klrkby the old guide who tells tbe ---.y. g vese E hnid a Emi deO the dead woman's body. She reads the letters aad at Kirkby's request keeps them. While bething In mountaIns tream ,ad Is t tackeod by a bear which mysteriousl shot. A storm sds to tbhe girls terror. A sudden deluge transform brook Into raging torrent, which sweeps aid Lto gorge. where she I oe rscued by a mou n.In hermit after a thrilling experieace. CHAPTER VI (Continued). He caught with his forearm, as the torrent swerved him around. a stout young pine so deeply rooted as yet to...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 June 1912

WE SrkE RUGS Vasta ý . o wem.wtar... HISem"all~owt8 w m . A oo aemmy is eassiMal to a seseemeftl at. rpess eugell es ites e. - s gt, ha Tses mum ainis sod m .w~ wish. NX. Cordell, a as ismtt seesea r~y a beat beeusse bo has a red ftee Womes bWve a d heafl t r e s. You ean't make them reusoe that they se tea yare oer tha they were tea years age. The Wees's Way. "The tln. Stehe Coleridge the glUsh a"atsttieetlesat said an anti-.viseldalmt at hldel , "Is delghted'wth the receat hnglsh vt seton rport, whik promises to as'usheviea the s e the tte blt Ia 'Mr. Coleridgae ese arguel here a Philadelphia about the ruelty ct ask. ag with worms. "'Oh.' his opposeat -aid. The mee fet that a worm writhes sad wriggle whena mpaled es a bok is ao proea that it is actually sagerlan pata. ".b oh, eto' said Mr. Colerie. .reastlesrly. Beygat doubt that is Just the wram's way at laughiug at beg Utckled.' " Deleate Polt. They are a happy bewhklJey eouple. They have't bea married very loss. It bet, the bom...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 June 1912

DIr3c 0lit lAITY I DALE 0"IsmM Law cm. b -' John Burly AVTGN t "W AT~? AlWY LwlllZ.MW 1111 II . The Evans Hotel W. M. MoINNIS, Prop. Clrte, - - MNatasa CITY DRAY LINE Qo A. JAN.[. PROP. PhOs N.. 144 OULBRTISON. IWONTANA OUR GOLDEN RULE The Brooks Company's Store is the Place to buy your Staple and Fancy Oroceries. Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee, Monogram & University Canned Goods, Occident Flour, Are Some of our Leaders . The BR .PKS CO., In ., AMAI " ., . " ' . . • ,U W. Ortsch AN Week Weumsi , MONTAN Lets -r a OoI0. 3 MgL mee..e --. Wý.pa ... sU. fiw vr . ý1ý1iLr ar r ·rille ad~a doo U.o I Ila 3daf. Der}dl. ,go as ak ..+ ll e r. dl 6" aif t L.I. Ol Ir rli~ frllsLp fod i.hmdf o in adP-o Mu. AwlMP.Wb .d a M. a 3sslrY. -'r~t IL i c/md haft 3. L pbuy pdw VIL Tbim el km " k Frio ftrow lowig no d./ aw luqaas mo e 08 vkia s d ~MI Amimi um missr~ ilqN twr: Red tIMU hob rmmM wsuk.lq as laM - ·Y qa 0A Wa. 3. saw m Tsr -a LL.K *Imha 1*.Wr. i trip ru mmm be Ws. C -s.. -a pbiaanu ap...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 June 1912

-.,--:o { Yom' Slr · cjýg " L IIi; I I -- - I il I I ' ... . _,. - . .. s h.. .. .sl~~ .. . .. .y . . ..t.. - -.,,:.-.' ... ,,',. -, ..kl..,I.,,. . = -= VO. I,20 9CUBETSN VALLEY COUNTY; 4AA .DY Jn 1 9* u VOL. XJq 30iTN.IIA.Jm i g ea mt Pi. tNu Ildia Demertl have em ppaelms ed am Or t.be Ga lis ta mppsen l eaa hme i on a.n gamlw. ar yr Clnm. s *all., r - Mr. argeler was i owa Tmasmsiy and mmid that all the appeamas were s ow I P'plar etl redy -1 r b. work o ap pea-a. Tb. ithee red a driver will tsei. mr ti lad as their ipectb ar la a doble spring wagw. Aoom paai the apprai aes wail be another rit osmtlaelg a omuplet camping atse with a dier and camp eak. mtaeaher with a pletifal sapply of chaie eatales. The leads will be divide ine. thee ulasme, via., land saleMbl for irripating prpoaes agricaletrml lead end grasing lhad. Each quarter sctioam of the whole tract. iacalding nearly two illion acres. will have to be visUd by the appraisers according tmos e r sad rdnglaetio la id dows I. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 June 1912

The seme__ SULE USTaON. MONTANA Cheer up once more. Soon wWil coe the freckle harvest The fool who rocks the boat klab more than the Icebergs do. Whats the proper Scotch word tot the blowing up at a golf ball? if every day were Sunday. think ae all the money there would be in base The politieal bosses are faring worse this year than even the u plrn Still, before trying an egg by wirl tees it is of course necessary to catct the egg. The unsinkable boat and the arer plane that will not fall are still to be achieved. The sleeping porch Is located first nowadays and then a house is built around it. New York bhas a secety burglar, which shows how easy it is to break into society. Washington Is a city of magnificent distances. Also It is magnificently distant for many an aspiring state man. New York now has a special force of policemen to guard shoppers, but even that w': not prevent bargain counteer rushes. A woman In Philadelphia was late! eonvicted of being a common scold. But why sing...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 June 1912

44 v SYNOPI l. Rhot A steam as n , the alrre r. * wt~~l" ht nt l L eud m reat een spe di tse to the a 0. uIZ.tgr en sis tier waob et the . CHAP'R Viii. (contm se.) Siae was' the went thaey be ad .The booke obstralets of t wh way made therds Ir hre1 slow.a tnatrily ti alfut ha d, they .ad not tacker d bp a Ihtfull ad thero had g They camped that alsht far dows the mo andto the the moro - mg iseart. wich ewroeg Meaid latv goer eoer. they rescumed bther ear About after a thre sllecond depthe the st em now brosdfen sad made0 Ssudd turn a afore it plud eked over eowb of th. girl Stl perh Vp. (two hundred.) Stever the y west they i olled dir qeted. I the broken obtrtlod thof the way made their progress slow. theyt twould hey wouldo so. Withd overstil ordtnarily 3m half a day, they bad not traversed by nghatedll anbredth they climbed soe nothing. They camped that might tr dover the clos sad sor the mor , with hearts gryowing heavier aled ben hour. they reat pumesd thcaugr ht theirch. Abeye...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 June 1912

.ms .--t sditeesa per .7r ....... s.* The sew paper at Hiedaole, -u .ided the Hisedale Ttibuse, pub lim.ed by J. B. erris, the oldest see of J. T. Ferris, of the Glagow 'adepsedest, is see of the sesest papers is the esuty. The yeuag -aa has purchased the old Hiss dae. Homestead plag sad is dgr ia- the people la that commuaity what they ased. Hoe. Howard M. Lewis, of the irm of Hurd & Lewip of Glasegow, has been secred by she Piogriam Committee to come to Culbertsos sad deliver the Fourth of July Or aties. Ms. Lewis is a brilliant yeos. attorsey and the Committee were lucky in securing him on the program. Tb. i he btweeso Taft ed nioae esiseas i Chisags, with Taft is the Ml. Up b 4 o'clt yesmerdany afturses *es- a npesmary elgmiaset behd set hems dms& b lshel 3lik Rest b bee -estea-d mperary chaeirme by s majorty of . There is alk el a belt by thr RBuseesl deleignp but tt this ag. so ne ea sil whet will hepp a. The Ppsler ladiees ane as il" ds',t ist." Dwaeg what? Why, playi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 June 1912

bti San aa1 4. sad- h. an bi e,,,aM,,.t; d,,,, _'. r , haswu ow Pstas bs a bps bas Itwaft aaswy m -sses - Masse M N. D. larig t he mes ib Md Miseasel W. Me.hansa$. C. Wo wmo s ses ,p no the am ry m ar ple e bm ms lidse Tass. . Mr. Madbm wms imaal lMess -l ns bariaea dius sad Mr. Wo wem ss g lr a days ae ieg. Mbs. 8. P. Miid iraesb tim im Ieas at hshd -mdiag es masrsd arep (r this Yar. Tais bhiag ie At »yta,. it has Ib asa aemyari ar hero sadlvly evr m thpasuslag lad the caps, she tads that she has seommpled a laMgs asdr so FrybNag a. Damsw VT. Ht Trm day asght or Keama'. N. D. to atMd the Natiuaf ersavsisa datlm Umied Dam Mi La~tbesa ClhseuH.He stak with hi e adveriag amttr regad to go ememast lma& is Daw.s Caasty eastia os to Ceibsees mad espes to lsmes bhe delms ia premeoseg a edomy d Dease a te leads there. They Are Pretty. fmlo spals. weehas U pTledew r e arle sro - dida- 5.« ws era to b vwy pepIer. They have already made the vtrt on public favor. We think you'll find here j...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 June 1912

JfOSLU -AIN, h ý rboodP4 ' E GAEWAft3 O' 7~A' c~EJ~r HEN an occasional war dis patch from Tripoli mentions the Sheik of the Senusl it conveys little meaning to the average reader, but those conversant with conditions in North Africa know that it refers to a powerful secret society with a mem berships sometimes estimated as high as 1,000,000; that the shelk Is absolute chief of this organisation and that it is but one out of a dozen societies that embrace reveral million of the Moslem inhabitants of North Africa. The order of Sidi Mohammed ben All es Benussi is the youngest as well as the largest and most sealous of the brotherhoods and a description of it will serve for all, since they differ principally in having different found ers and somewhat different rituals. The followers of 8idi Yusuf el Hansali. for instance, repeat 200 times at each of the five periods of prayer the fol lowing formula: "O God, peace be unto our lord and master Mohammed." while the adherents of 8id Mohammed...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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