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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 June 1912

TM ' mel i- YO r Ph" That nuuaeugimhi a duumemsof Ussdhthsabwn by the ac thiehNi h.hmY in .uand thtI P~rdb=60 blood Wibm ha mrd tnnhn dte ba s a s mw dinid dahmh dmr dbd whh udu U*F. thU le w ib dan and wnin of -- od and sunupsd a aWo·rebehs M "toaAbsa ~ ~ ~ , hoda R sbemd m-o "aft ýdhs M re Mya diu and uswindt sqh nswaet Iuinbuthgoudakah Mi 011d ,41 meallo dd 11as Is.d USm d brothe Em whdiu theý tbhme lurn' .ea edr I spbedtring ba. Myilnsurln and fe.t Iwar tsor a bled wthat he* barn and a i am aM my 's4 a d s a nd to ed tner aeka t y ndbuad asla ba shaenh.mlas uraad wthn bua l eaMn hd theb m btood and aa 'hookl~ a rir · oe, a dctor an trid Dr. V 1omme Pink P1Mb. fa ýrkldlI wnabheto ýalk. an fwThe pibla made a a lag. hush y urn and I a entirely ree9d d the r cm1 .n b dnowluoidd nt be iving today If i Dad aivied Pr nfkPPianoldby all WIDHgi Pink Pmlt maesaid, bys 01ml b rmat, iaid.a afn. IIL r ~~ lusento aerhezi Was for t 0bcmheb r. WiA... 1roa IbaOl da tia dd T N.Y. -imakT m COMPL lT...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 June 1912

BUSINESS DI TORY :: c. JONansTON;D. T.W.COUNSONM.D: msms on new cewesme WAv a SIJUn Cnlbsrtuon, Montana ibertson, - Montana lAIY I. DALE a. w. Ortschied Attorney At Law Watch, Cck ad Jewelry ONss in reer of Repelrlug Oitisono 8tate Bank All Work Warranted -erteS. - , MeC. ULBERTSON. - MONTANA - u J - - Lodge Announcements TBOWeL wD- NO. A. O . &. A. . AM John H urly .-T-- o,* PMN.- . n u. t-l el ATTORNrt AT LAW I. I. r s e. UoCAC. J.. WOlm6aw WILD 3OE CHAPTER. No.. O. L. ooro.j WIY eond d fourth Tbured04 aIIo lc os1 t II& o'clock p. m. In M.o se N . oll . L . CW. W. M. M . WIN. .io. - : " a5" + Culbertson, - Montana *- -Al CITY DRAY LINE . A. JMAN NNIS, PROP. Dray in Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OULBERTSON. MONTANA Oi a OUR GOLDEN RULE **To ak. NEW FRIENDS by giving 0000 SERVICE to our ld es" 0 The Brooks Company's Store is the Place to buy your Staple and Fancy Groceries. Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee, Monogram & University Canned 0 G...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 June 1912

- ar, Historical Lb my c VOL. iI. guo. to - CCY. .I ~~TANA.'lS D'?., 'Se . tX .JAl . ~Ot~X. ~ 10. t' · · Ctfr)]Lt~ m ,. ~ll GWI~TI. ~IAN L*t.. FURt Y·~ PI E AR LEEN~TAX CIN..Mqhop" fr t Pfi OMpsi. fPsmkbRt. Pw Twe epiuimd U~.ts.UB * mpe obv. Isadseedow M * .pass -t lu~ hvWhiu.l~. " today.L a 1M dlt. - a S- Mr , 10 i hid f.. am*i Air srw.. Wbir dd that msus irnu eu tosa~ a ok is ker m. 8849t bt aMmide.. mfa~t have the mamat the .sjoufsv d tht esbim staamiiR a j P. M. 3vi. a Mit.auIt mmu. hmatt fla ekykeps.g a M~oime It m aurn.Iv mon, ha d -sa m ado *1re by wti b the ute urnmelu at a. Y o.ua a Yatu &"wree The huuem hid dthe mrdlma .md: the ua,.rnemea~. n~ le -pimir h y Jautise cIth. hri it Ullsual, sad ammaa th e The mer hide that uhile the urdimamat iitmeul9 sd pr~im.puy impimma tSe is themmeimie Iuhespecae theo mlsla. the 0.1d.. slo that it uas is fast bIrnd ho pevadu .eve.ee peipem mid mat fo rqekrdm. md thee thernuim N. esdltham ia lp.L-3.eurd. * , * 4 The Paint That Lasts Sto...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 June 1912

PRANK . REED, Publisher. CULSERTSON. MONTANA Most of the recent aeroplane rs orls have been death records. The stepless car Is highly popular It these days of bobble skirts. Now a lot of people are hearing the irst call to the old swmmting bole The. passing of the horse I a ea lamity-when you've got mosey up oR him. The Chicago girs are right the old-fashioned kiss is the sweetest ael best. Another infallible sign of the sp proach of summer is the mad dog secar One way to drive away every siga of ratn is to buy a new umbrella or raincoat The inventor of the black dress shirt was no doubt behind on his laundry bill A counterfeit $20 bill is reported tn circulation, this being one of the perils of the rich. A German company has Just :saneh ed the biggest steamship in the world. It's England's move. The English sparrow may be a say ory dish, but it would cost too much to put salt on its tail. Smallpox lurks In false air, says an exchange. Get the back of her dressing chair vaccinated. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 June 1912

3- r ' .., - ,fit, .,'Y s ýý ohs so" sn i "" t - --o ONrm;w t8oo t sen ar ha . norun taw ·Iv'r;'ko lalw Itrontsth sa h t r,, I be tluoto h oi u res. eem He did oot make uan ipologe for his t sentan, he jort stopes downs sad, diragendng her aint protests Tad oWestloms, ploekd ber up It his arms. l was by so means a light burdem. sed he did not run away with he s the heroes o t romances do. ut be was a m far beyond the avdrage In strength. Ian with a stout het dad a resolte aeyg that hfo always carried hm successarlly thiseat whatever he attempted, aon he bad need of ait hie qualities, physt. san al mental, before he Inished hat r ws t ewasbo me.l The woman struggld a b Ittle at first, then finally resigned herself to ~B~~r~a I -,~,,,~~ He Stte at Itei In Great lamr. h gituatlon; adeed. she thoaght swiftly. theo was sottag else to do. sh had so cbole, she coul aot have bhe left aloe there la the roeks it that re, sheb eeould t walk. He was dala the oaly thla possible. The oompeladoa o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 June 1912

.z: rAlms 3 RrD. Ydslr aadrleelsr. I, Tre-t aa err....... .. Ran very vewasmebe, wil he es appmeales a shis aeis. TE PAST WPIU CAN PAPS STARTl IN VAUET C., UNT. Tbh election of Judge Alton B. Parker as temporary chairman of the National Democatic Conveu tan at Baltimore on Mooday and the defeat of W. J. Bryan for that position, shows that the convention as being dominated by Tammany Hall aId the Wall Street gang, which is the same element that dictated the nomination of Taft in the Republican convention at Chi cago In an editorial on Wednes day, the Great Falls Tribune, the Great Falls Tribune, the leading Democratic paper in Montana has this to say: As fr as The Tribune is ccncrasd it repudisms the whe rmst . tsrechmous. r.ish, tricky emratis d political ra m.es knows as Tammuny hl. They have seer faled so seNdy batcher a democra tie adidate for president whe they could u-ke nay prosi Oat it daring the last see. of years Ustil thedemocratc party gem rid ofthis bch of political beak...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 June 1912

a rn , as .a " 1iligs 1sir Uagag a. _Zmsi amdl wwe, ,lemW. h u1e u S. b. pseedsameUNIO M.D. gsh Ma gustlog "assmed usedassr iee lser e,.um. Yr. did- i ir. C.C j Fs wo s e elmgr hl ItII -w a- pe Ie n passp ls s, Mni b Ae. , eins ..t .. i k sole r d gilsi b lawer s Fh.e b 1 Irpa i. a be molole ap-e. and e the Feaem w eaArunelate ba kmir. LO. meam. doas his usem sm is Twis ClW.. is pentlag ,eeu dlay she dim. gmuig hs pitblg am is ha impe Sris big pome d a as Vash at Cubet se. The slump BeM Tem wlN vist Cml .en~, .st Sllu 1 a d as d sGa, ,ae ben.s usmldeably sssgthuesd o< hee i i spee di6at s w ll be a rantling ged FOR RElT-Faslisd or -m on.e tbgs bl.eaegh to tis asse of Gesedma Red.ar pinlslomes.eies at t shewsse liNat eeir 1mt . L e Ps ans. aisla. sner. 1r M. M. PRetm., u rsmee tdme Is wisr bMiu seek bat Uvems Hoedl hea soosped the podelns chef a the b. 1. Day Radch. lHe wa is sews Mueday and Isewa bis subsuriptieos is Ssezs"CighL There is sed aeed of asyeas belag tuMbled with semt...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 June 1912

-s of It in a love iabu Makes a Difference. "What is this?" As you see, it is a badge demandi ins votes for women." "You wearing such a badge?" "Yes, I." "But you always told me you could sever see any reason for women's suf trage." "Yes; but I didn't know it was go las to become a rather stylish tad." Only One Fault to Find. Lambert Kaspersn Chicago attorney, told the following story, at a recest Y. M. C. A. banquet: A Kansas farmer, a Dane, applied for naturalisation papers. The Judge asked him: "Are you satisfied with the general conditions of the coae try?" "Yas," drawled the Dane "Does the government sunit your queried the Judge. "Yas. yas, only I would like to ee more rain," replied the farmer. The First Conilderation. At St. Andrews some years ago an old farmer and his plowman were eartlng sand from the seashore. They were behind the target on the rfle. range, but hidden by a bank of sand from a party of volunteers, who were then on foot, at practice. A stray bul let struck t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 June 1912

a s ono nm arn a -et ter em, .c I III llml M aMr lk . ,o a so s t r e as -- a who k mw a01d -a YIr 9,t a Wtn woe t i ro, ftI ms b bamlp hpM. Iy despir fe wsal Ie O I ' le tt M r. I Poik Pi h e.r b aw s poee mad bos a =L:UL. A saw oaesn -w" m tn aa, I n ave, el tem as a amiy elenan ol I' "Da m s habrth aet my lent chil I msere asai agery with pala and sambase a . y heas nud arms r to the *sihnbM s. My heads were as swealo uat irs aoss s ort tht I could hoarly dress saime. Pora time I edMi et ls my lft lead Dua the day Ia I mrift the paila aoCt s to be bad. bst my heads were atways amrb. I aga meue Dr. Wulams' Pto Piis tor Pale sad fool thia semod le this ale, as they e. eity sevs seae." Unless er teated sick bead sche o Is a o t ama ypurt darm ties, as It oesurs beore the tweatleth year to twetrda et the cases saul r ear with mone or la. regulrity natil the aftlet year or later. It is Usually hereditary sad is probablyt directly caused by a defet to the procea. which chesges the oo w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 June 1912

N. DIRECTORY oo c JOINSTONM, D. T.W.COLUNSON M D iPhsician and seoI aI ltim Nw C·rs PHYSICIAN & SUROBO Culbertson, Montana Culbertson, - Montan HAllY i. DALE o. W. Ortschied Attorney At L.aW Watch, Clock and Jewelry Offoe in rear of Repairing Citisea State Bank All Work Warranted Ca~menss. * Mems s CULsERTSrON, MONTANA r e - * - I-* - -- " Lodge Announcements TRoH WEI. I.,(1i, NE.). A. .. & A M.' John Hurly "T"h. " Nand °.. A. ".:'". eistn. th e'rnd atnd fourth Mn uda y ra oE Jo n lum ellh. aIt o'clock p. m.. In %Itlla.ni Iail. ATTO"RNM Y AT LAW Vluni I eon . Il h '. w ' A*t .IA.. Oklas w WII.I. ItOsE CIfAIEl. No. 45. F.. I. iP W. Mect,. Ihe secund and furtrlo rhureday, of L.Su' swb" I.e l Iy if ear'b unieth at, ,..-li.L . r.. in lMaonu "..t. NoaIu ai ro Mo ,at. II1. a ,lu ( I,,1 4 5Te. W' M. !e C* Wae. errrrrtar :•---.-e.:e-...*e** -.e"e"e..e-eea-e**ee * *.. .. * - SCulbertson, - - "-Montan CITY I)RA' 1N E G. A. JAN .ES. PROP. Dra)ing Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Pric...

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

.4, VOL. XL 90 I!. CULBERTSON, VALLET CO MONTANA. PRIDAY, July * u1L. s g !; u b~e ftmasm b" i cdbham psa.* comase p soa ias .aumoolqd davit b~.t awqbs a bemmlt h mue d esml. wave uu al ~v but V. is. santer bmssy dowgpor -w - p.1a wW M q s bl seas o ad y. About a b..da peqph ba Weab argIsl dbmea w*I dmM atga a. M. They s ddo bos is he bar wn mast alii etet isa do adopo se Ie s.. lags Baa - baw ass a hel ate, hbam .bay allMe bases spa. AsL alea abeti Im Poplsr bdarasevals em>! about a' bamirI Iisn tesarn wh bad udss prnpIatla a easan to Calbavia... hda.dlag Sa badl wa damiad is May at Daeplea al eas dhsainainaeai aswamm basm Ir people wet barn for bas day, .ay ebar balm barn Sba SasS Sids. eaai mbaet aHi aes pbs Wblla eba day asapsdaih ma adlabra The Paint That Lasts bthohuput , heu * good aiio. It lhmes >oing het u . it 1s * around I. PURE LINSBBD OLIt make. no * aftu what t ismt ade of if it len'tmiznd he PURE LIND OIL it WON'T LAST. g ~ ~ nsh asaFd6PR IaB i OL ttheros s iW~m...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 July 1912

The searchlight PRANK S. RSD, Publisher. CULSSRTSON. MONTANA LUfe It Cube Is jaust ae roughhouse after another. Chicago's birth rate is decreanag but its population liars are not. Aviators who carry the malls will have no chance to read the postards. An genuine Mocha and Java coff comes from Brasil and the valorise tion mill A few drops of oil, properly admin Istered, will soften your lawnmowers raucous voice. New Jersey is discussing whether dead mosquitoes should be paid for by weight or by the plat Speaking of unsolved mysterlee, what has become of the bearded lady and the dog-faced boy? Some men live for years In indus try and righteousness and then spoil it all by going into politics. Today's short story deals with a man who poured gasoline into his mo tor car while smoking a pipe Every time we read of an aeroplane accident we are reminded of the fact that there is one born every minutes "Massaging with warm cocoa bhut ter," says a beauty expert. "develops the arms." go does ma...

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 July 1912

y S 1 fr 1. AA w. WeW ByMOPUS. Baeseat. i a geat oMend pam usso e we the canisew~w~i he tobt-aP sep In the .trasgs mans buak. CHAPTER X0-(Ceatimued.) Have you ever climbed a mountain early in the morning while it was yet dark mad havins gained sine das nant creststood starin at the far horisan, the empurped east, while the 4awn same up like thuderrt Or letter etill, have you ever stood witho Io the eold. dark recesses Of some deep valley o river or pass sad watced the clear light spread ita bars athwart the heavens like aeta loss mighty pianing alone the light touched crest of a towearing range an. til all of a sudden, with a leap almost of joy, the great sun blased wi the high hamern? You might be born a child of the dark, mad light might sear and burs your eye balls aecestomed to lcoler deeper shades, yet you could no more tlrn away pram this glory, though you mig4 hate it. than by mere effort at will youe could cease to bneathe the air. The shock that you might feel. the sadden s...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 July 1912

Malter. Whees es Ctaeresees Ms.L. melr whet dCinpon id Mamk 9. gsap PRAllK I. 3E3D, 36M s amdiuPprister. Tere-..tm ammas, per ye mr......$..O a£siaUeig ami, very seasWnus, wil be laraihenea applicatioe at this ofce. TR rImST REPUILICAN PAPER STARTE IN VALLEY CI, 1?NT. In writing up the ball game last week between Culbertson and Pleatywood we said that "we un derstood that George Bolster (the manager of the Pleatywood team) was exceptionally strong in his de nunciation of Culbertson and her people." In reply Mr. Bolster writes us in part as follows : "I was no Orville, Mont., about a hundred miles from Culbertson, when this game was pulled off and never had anything to denounce the people of Culbertson for." As Mr. Bolster was so far away from Culbertson that memorable Sun day the writer was certainly in er ror, and cheerfully makes this cor rection. The Scobey Sentinel is the title of a new paper that appeared for the frst issue at our hustling neigh bor town near the Canadian bor d...

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 July 1912

aBy your kmber from the IMPERIAL I. MB`R YARD and build a comfortable horn while our prices are low. Let me plan something for yeu. E. JUELSON, Architect and Manager. *************ea********************** - - - - - - - - Dimuamed fto at Teaaer& Ab. Wall Dasnis i Plmy«e sweas t sue Isla-t Seem d . C er Seamwve wW. a. Ma. was in ose *am -ase. Ptr Nyqalt and V. Nyupl5s heth of VRiM weums I tw beat -autarcy. IL MUihesmhak aid Thin Uamlmie. both eq SMiey. wer bs Sunday t view the bal gme. Ulh K dagh of Caw Crook sear Pastes, oa n owse lart S baeday and sepals a prs.peet oe a hmper e ep thin wear. Mrs. Ciil Sealvs left uday fee lee Earth. Mise. whets hbe pstmes aid ether latives live, fro a visit o a noeth or sis wnee Beasdes the bapl eam tenm Sidney lee. Seaday the hoiewleg roster ite.m theme wen hbe: John Cary, Clareee Aade. era. Lyle Beill Frank Miskiiem. Wm. Coshes sad I. L. Badea. The.e is so real mmed of sayane being trenbled with coaetipatiae. Chambedeaae Tablets will caiwn am ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 July 1912

GHOSTS EVER BOTHER YOU? if So, Southern Negro Feolk Say These Simple Precautions Will Chase As a part of the folklore of the ao gr0 folks the superstitions of slavery days are of great interest. The fol lowing are some of the negro's beliefs about ghosts: To feel a hot breath of air strike you at twilight signified the nearby presence of a ghost. Should you wish to avoid him, stop and turn your cost and trousers and hat wrong side out and the spirit cannot encounter you. If. however, he is a pugnacious sprite and approaches despite the change, turn and address him thus: "in the name of the Lord, what do yeo want?" Whereupon he will tell you his business upon earth, then depart and never, never trouble you agals. If, on the other hand, it is a prowling ghost who crawls under the house, bumps against the floor, makes strange sounds, and whispers in the midnight hours, you have only to put In a new floor and he will do so no more. Some ghosts are obtrusive and will aot only prowl about...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 July 1912

U-t Rm..a Cu" ý WN tome RwmI ým. b I m u~w.eks ho ~ml m.t aVim dmb'Dr. I 'tbs hiSemd wih eo .~ howbe oared~mu us is I~~hýhv 11ames whe 1 be siinin hshwb ml ~ ~ ~ E a. Oa lil~ad, .Y. HOW IT LOOKED. '1 Gladye-The count says Edith Is pure sld. lack-That mesas another gold ship. meat to ourope, I suppee.s At the Sad of the Spat. Hubby-You kbow. dearest that you are my star. Wley -Do you mesa a sly star es a stage star? uabby-.Oh or why? Witey -ecamet you mean the lit ter. I want to tell you that your star doesa't handle as musk mosey as as ordinary soubrette. It's eseder for a mother to trama up her s In the way be should go than it Is for her to prevent him ram go tag some other women's way a few few years later Step the Paol. A woman ean easily win a ean kind of as argumeat with a men a she knows just whoa to turs an the briny Sow. 6seat. ta. a headys of mpssr dust` by! 1cfr tho..arn. a whh~o esaStsh Mes may be bers meast. but wons or have to sesuire an they get. BINDER TWINE Nhaird a...

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

BUI1NDS DIR'FTORY 1 = .****e*.e**... c.JSUSTON, L. D .W.CNJNSUM.I Pw idiw. w.sadr  IIJN! lea CuIbsrtees, Metats l , - *@e***e*******e@***@****.......... IAIlY L DALE i. W. Ortsch Attesemy At La w I ce m hanry a O"e is wear of "spera OItm" Bomb Bk All Werk Warrasted cdekuta.u. * "Mh ULBERTSON. - - MO"TAN " h John Hurly U. ATTUWIS AT LAW p c .J a gebgw was 'PmTo33 . o. 0 **""""***"""""""**"**"""""*"""""*"*""" S * *d 1111 II : * £553 = The Evans Hotel $ W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. "" Cuslbertson, - - - Montana CITY ' G. A. JANNES, PROP. Dray la Doma on Short Notice at esnable Prices. Phoae No. 144 OULBBRT'SON. MONTANA r*************************....e......e.... OUR GOLDEN RULE * **To mak NBW PFIuBNo by gIvIg 0o000 S5RVKPB toeur «u d " @4 * The Brooks Company's Store is the 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 @4 The BROOKS CO., Inc. wwinmLmw~o q$N M~ /W44MMAlte the S...

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 July 1912

46?.,) AV OL...,rJC~r' .:. " w .X w. >U a. , RS . V. ALLE Ca.. .A . NA.;{ Juiu. {... f v VOL. XI. NM. n COBRTSON, VALLZY COUNTY. TANA,.: DAY )rp t. 191.ga. - e.** P1W TRAR suBY Rly Sp-da lllwed l elv Us" fhe as Mark lI Tarot huas Uhse.--Nt -ss Hurt Tuesday moraing about s o'clock Special Detective Brows, who has bee. working for the railroad com pany at Glasgow for some mouths, shot and wounded a man who was supposed to be looking for an op portuaity to catch a ride on one of the west bound trains. It is claim ed that Brown saw two mea going around the cars and called to them and asked what they were doing there. They replied, "What's it to you," and the detective followed the reply up with tour or five shots from his revolver, oue shot taking elect in one of the hobo's legs. The injured man's partner went for assistance and finally he was taken to Dr. Stone, who took the fellow in and dressed the wound. Marshal Baynham arrived on the scene soon after the shooting and arrested Br...

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 July 1912

The searehught PRANK . REED, PeMisher. CUL3ERTSON. MONTANA The tenaure of the peach crop is This Is the time of the pear in Iriatg as the electric fa. Mlama Lisa bide fair to rival Charter toses i the frequesc ci disco 7. The farmers welcome hot aights. ae well as hot dams and aleo steamy showers "Big bats." says a physician. "re belt In brain fag." If you don't be pe l1gve It, ask father. se ra A man In New Jersey was arrested a and fined for raising mosquitoes. The or war Is on In earnest. ju It Is said that Kaiser WIhelm gr chooses his wife's hats. That msa ml isn't afraid of anything. fry One way to cure Insomnia Is to en read the history of the alleged war tin between Italy mad Turkey. mi be An Italian orea grinder Is going tip beak home with a fortune of 50.000. Sometimes crume is highly prodtabla so op It Is reported that one of the war ed correspondents In Tripoli is dead. The ennut probably was too much for him. as ro The American girt who has J lted an Eaglish nobleman evi...

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