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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 July 1912

. ~ " ' SYNO l$. r* ~ea. whe sad be was th e *Kbu seet ra pheteri son da &ad at sgosme s ther after lowh thsea K t a , e t CHAPTER XI. (Ceatiued). 9 will so ead cook you some break tast while you get yoereeif ready. If you have met washed, youll dod a bucket ot water and a beela and towel outside the deer." He went through the lamer door as seuddenly as he had come through the outer eue. He was a man of tow weeds. sad whatever socal grace he might owe have pem desedad is more fa vorable 0leumudaaoes eahibited, was not aotleeabe now. The tenderases with which he had caressed her the night before had also vaalshbe His hearing had bees cool, almost harsh and forbidding, and his maaser was as grim as his appearance. The coaveresatla had been a brief one, and her opportunity for inaspectos of him coseequestly Wlaited. Yet she had takes him In. He was a tall, spleadid man. No longer young, perhaps, but In the prime of Ife and vigor. His coem plezios was dark and burned browner by long...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 July 1912

UAw l~ $I.. 3M00 -s aseomi-CIri EMIm. ?umampa at Cbu m os Mt.. UaiirhMt tCinU~i of Mub 1. 33= FrRANK S. REED. 341Wo ainPu~igopsi. Tem-a -A - - p.r1'a yi......9. £4wUlg3S m. aw v0ry rmmmo~ahha wdll be hmmishejoS a~pplieali at shim oies. TIUE FIRST REPIJILICAN 'PAPER START IN VALLEY CR., MONT. CHARACTER IN FINGER NAILS Seaa Nulls lodleate Goats Natar , WMhe Narrow owes Sokew Wew e*ito *earwewd. AmVoe your friends by telling hem their characters by their finger aeils. Brood nails are said to midi sft- a gentle nature, and persmos pesfeeing them are inclined to bo iMid and bashful. Those who have red and spotted nails have a desire te esmasand, show great delight in wa, and have a disposition to be arwl. White spots am the Anger pails denote misfortune. Those who have very pale nsils are sebjoet to much infirmity of the Melancholy persoans, and who have a desire to higher iramehs of knowledge, have pale or lsd color nailasWhite nails denote p great love for society of the oppo. -AG. ver...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 July 1912

Buy your lumber from the IMPERIAL LUMBER YARD and build a comfortable hmw while our prices are low. Let me plan something for yeu. 1E. JUELSON, Architect and Manager. r""noeeo" liapesais. & °eve Diseamd Pler at Thawer & Sees. K. O. Sthe left Wednsday for Shelby, Most. on haelese. Mr. Andersos and Fred Nolsen were is from the S6eeh Side to see the eircus Thursday. The editor has bees as the sick list this week with grip sad consequestly the news is lacking this week. Wiletmler A West have semeshiag te esy this week is their chasge of ad is regaue to McCormick macbless. Methodist Church services will be held as seesa Seeday eveelng at Tassers Hap. Everybody lavited. Mr. sad Mrs. M. O. Defy left Teeeday naght for their home at Rugby, 14. D. after a three weeks visit with their parents. The Ladies Aid of the Methodist Church will be eutertalsed at the home of Mrs. Archie Bold Therudsy afternoos. All membere sad fnesds are invited. Mrs. Paroeos presested the editor with a sample ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 July 1912

OF ESERY Hw Mrs Bedsi was Re hared bs Hemil by Lyda L Pinkhaes Veqeta. his Compound. ilkinotn, Mo. - "For seven yea I agured everythlet. I was in bed for fear or em daysata time every month. and as wash I mial hardly walk. I had cramp bac~kache and ead eand was so nervous mad weak that I dreaded to mee anyone or have anyone move In the room. The dee tors gave me medl ciar to wase me at thore times, and said that I ought to have an operation. I would not listen to that, and when a friend of my husbaad's told him about Lydia E. Plnkba.'s Veg etable Compound and what It had does for his wife, I was willing to take it. Now I look the picture of health and feel like It, too. I can do all my own bouse work, work in the garden and entertain company and enjoy them, and can walk as far as any ordinary woman, any day in the week. I wish I could talk to every eufering woman and girl, and tell them what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done for me."-Mms. DanA Bvrusea, Sikeston, Mo. Rem...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 July 1912

i~uiamm~ ..m e"hamuam I meW wmbin its m. soullame pedame of M ta mi mm e nme h f. audd N. r se aS. fItl wht -p hhdosement et aimin whi t -a m . bw i ek.. . . welm tse domi s Seek ma S do itse - ~.uI Iwbinmuiums orse help. WheiM -a o abet aim eWslliam rae besiewl e mormse m3** aB ý erý w~al in seats i Woul yo mar mookeytsa tsr she uit Isw i t d r in t C! -H m s V ag ea omohr Nos Io Head Mener poai rse mead i la ete tbome erolla w"tek Whenever You U.. Your Back It'~s a Sn o -OSA b~fr or t«Euur.ws aa7 NW. k~iw &d.y, gratd II.. Doma'I Ku.. PIA.. Tit. A TYPICAL CASK Gm Dumbt Mt.Du.. 3mw. .. a an Doansa 94fl7 The Army of Wi .. S..º Glý is . bw . me 3m ha Y DWKTULrT`ASK' as b" d arses >kthing OE be odd to praise ot the tees that has set bee d brbebr. Valversmay rsegoalues as the most beastiul Sewer, it is the -e chiAd o lias seemde which a wealth t seats. semu, histary sae poetriy dmelesr. The mamil or amaciht drees ald anp adorael themselves with ohaplets and garlmands at roses, as...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 12 July 1912

0! BWSINESS DIRI3CTORY ; ; C. JSUNSTON, M. D. soone to"s New Came EAllY I. DALE Atterusy At Law Ome la meruat Oitimas State Beak *@..@@@. N @m comesee asse@s U. b eso" John Hurly ATTON AT LAW * * * U *l* I The Evans Hotel " W. M. McGINNIS, Prop. " Culbertson, - - - Montana : * * CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JAN 88. PROP. Draylen Done on Slhort Notice at ýesable Prices. Phone No. 144 SU LBBRTSON. MDONITAN A ee............................eeeeeeee..g***********moeeeO********************* 8 09 0 OUR GOLDEN RULE 0 *To a. NBW MitBMNS by giviug 0000 SBRViCE to er old ms" " 0 " 0 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 Goods, Occident Flour, Are Some of our Leaders TeBROOKS CO., Inc The Inc ---- ---- --- --- --- -G 4 .W.CNIELSONM.D puwsina a MiONUmr birbem, *eeeeeee~eeeeee@ee6 * W. Ootsh Wacb, click sad Jewely All Work Wawmastd EVARTSON. - MONTAN Loge L 0. w.WCA3su0.5 I 4 1 - - 1 as ad ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 July 1912

P 5I Cyý x 3m VO.X. At C CL RM ,vALvCONY A tJuy1. 9s $. AR1A Cdbuw .ss.iers t e: a 1Mp NsOepn nr. H. D. Edee.ls, W. Mathews, G. H. Caomer- L 0. Slese sad F. S. Ret madm aI auto adp to Pdp la s se r eday soeiraoes. While the, the beach emieind many earmis from Messrs. Cosier Walker, Mittes, Jesses and Dr. Feiker. Mr. Smto's at- was founad in bad shape whoe we arrived d u p. em ioweiatiadsm was found to be eaOt fr eturn trip, e we returned on No. 4. which as supposed to leave Peplar about s o p. m. It was sheet two boee late, but as there i as smight operator at Pep lar there was so mesas of getting thi insermaties, so a leg dreary wat was he result. We arrived home about 3 o'clock in the mora jan just as the frst faint streak of dawn was aiisig in the east. Mr. and Mrs. A. R Mitten are runaing a cafectioary and ice * O The Paint That Last * ndte t o . i UNroats OILt wo LAST. i N eta Paint s a I U I S 3I BMB"D O.d IL atlhir n me ..l.as d k anssr as * iidm S Fee' J7 Tea "hre..t Psfate ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 July 1912

The Seareblg PRANK S. RErID PuMishen CULISRTSON, MONTANA The trage des at arins e Iesu Wia Us achievementL Oms agblS the pro.et o lhlf the pemsant taspisrm th fea. Ainsg the woreld's hrest weiMUe mayl be ummbere ta.e eornru A Calnelead writer omr oe 4eMar to veryes who will read his bet It wold4 probably be me or we earned. Agaa It has bees declared thM th boblo shirt is boomed. Its dbae wf prebably r-Joae and the world t large e-staftnl wilL That reported slerobe for the ps* ervatios e yoath mast have tried I ea Itsel. The ealnr of youth lIde Is rather ueaerabae A walkiag .1mb In New York holes ut, eaceptioaal semal advantges * an Inaducement to 5l. To walk Ite New York soieety t a new tsd. Westeraner who are praylag fo rain overlookb the fact that th eMa eat way to dart a rain storm I to leave their raet eots at boma Heacetorth It Is goItn t be poe. ble to lght hfrom a street ear with out being bowled over by seo a mobdLst with ro gasolne thea The gooseaboe prophet says we aet to ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 July 1912

1 1U. SYNOPSIS. -a._i m fre-ie an er Mawtland Jarme Armetreag. wao as serleuly hbur tieit be was empeIid to sheeoot her to rnest her be Oaby wolves while be woot for -t bthe O gd who tells the stor. res kid a a gof letters whei ~r eafs werse a the dead womas's body. She reab the letters and at KlrkWb's cueast k t he them. While Ina mountais stream Ent le at Sby rear, which is myterOMus shot. A term adds to the gis terror. A edde delge troasform brook int grotia torrent. which sweeps nd tatem o where Sh le roecued by a mean tals t after a thrilling eperience. Is et oeofueooa upon dleoov "u ase .ce whoen the storm nbreaks. Maitland and Old Kirkby so is seareb of the rgir lull discovers that her ankle is sorained and that she it un able to walk. Her mystertious re r carries mher to hi camp. Euld goes to seep In the strange man's bunk. Miner -coohel breakfastt for Odid, alter which they g on tour of Inspection. The her omit toullt 1 of hisd nusooeestul attempt to nd the Mtland campers. ...

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 July 1912

Sats May as. es as Sasd-Cla a Mair, Palsat Cslbita. Meat., d Unithl r AdCtoar Md ae. 9, :37 FRANt S. REED. Editor ansad Propristor. C Tsrms-5 savae, per yer........ I 7 d Avrdias Rams, very ronable, will be farlshed on application at this o0o0. a THE FIRST REMUIUCAN PAMEI c STARTES IN VALLEY CO., MNT. d It is time the voters in Eastern a Valley County should begin to ( take some interest in the coming I election of county officials. One I thing should not be overlooked and F that is the fact that under the new r appointment Valley County is now t entitled to three representatives in F the state legislature instead of one 4 heretofore. As Eastern Valley t Zounty has considerably more i than half of the Republican voters c at the present time we should he i entitled to at least two of these can I didates at the hands of the Repuh lican county convention this fall. Eastern Valley County is also entitled to a much larger share of the candidates for county offices than she has ever recei...

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 July 1912

LONE WAY TO REDUCE mE HIGH COST OF LIVING Buy your lumber from the IMPERIAL LUMBER YARD and build a comfortable home while our prices are low. Let me plan something for you. " E. JUELSON, Architect and Manager. *••...••.••••••••••••••• • •••.••.••• ••••.•0000•••..•••••.•.• .•..•••••••• ..•...4 nngnnmm uno mmmnnimm g mm mmm •uunim m I • mnn g lm g |g am m nunmn u • IN mill • gulmn nnlm • m mm m m un mm • mmmnn mindmmnn . rattn ai • , !Local Happenings. I c"« . -S s.;:...:.,.,.;. ,.,-;.;..o?.*,...., - Call as the Valley Land Co. for farm lhe. 61f Mrs. R. . Leake was in from Lakeside Wednesday as a short visit Miss Ida Kjose, of Wales. N. D., is here visiting ber aunt sad Grandma Killing : ad. Amt Tanmer left Tuesday evening for Albha.br., Hot Springs to take treatment :r trouble with his beck. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Ralston and daugh -er. Miss Besoie were in town a couple of days last week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mathews. LOST--Black handbag between Frank Miller's and Oakes" ranch, c...

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 July 1912

LAUNCHING THE WORLD'S LARGEST STEAMSHIP 4 t =, T IE launching of the largest passenger-steamer ever sent down the skids into the water was the occasion of a general celebration at Hamburg recently. Emperor William of Germany touched the button that released the ship and broke a bottle of champagne on the bow of the huge vessel, exclaiming: "I baptise thee by the name of Imperator." The vessel will not be ready for service for several months. :ic"i' ------- - - ~ - - - ----- ----- ----- ---- PEACE MEET NEAR Great Britain and Germany to Hold Conference. Rally to Promote Better Understand ing Between Nations Is Called to Dispell Danger of War and En courage Friendship. London.-A general conference for the purpose of promoting a better un derstanding between England and (Gr many is to be held here during the summer. It is being organized by a special committee representing the Na tional Peace council, the British-Ger man Friendship society and the Coun cll of British Churches. "A number...

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 July 1912

AU.M-4 - ter l AD the adIlmm wsm~sy whe m bai a o._ omak *mi Mbhm f TIUUW FVE WHMEN p 1mtiqydkbLhb Pca~w lw ~di· k WCS au. ...we~ Mr..sý. I..R% a n ti K1m mu!!! V dI~h - Ž 3 li I rr" P.N.CO Dio.,Na k Make the LUvr Do its D C sLm gb Ul~t ~U.a d mu urn Pwa .ºo . .. ý r~ -~w~ gui D~kb..w 3)~~~i Ge~hs o bow Sansbe .rf Iysr. IW w darnNN- ut m "..r m.. Recrf(OoiTime heT eS QUet E YO PRICES I KODA ·-Sc tu.dar suA. V.WILWS A r'I5ipI6rrs?*gri. LhJ BINDER TWINE Abw.d *w 1 - .ýri tr I' RORANLE 1W M bd bb 'm S Admhdmm Air . Imte wmedas m Natrwm Fen. I @. 3l T l.l.-, krlrllT w m l," tUe Del .atmet eit Mrltll) Praslin sat traalagi are Important ilauteas to the sucoessful maing. meat o a pear orehard. The bLeets to be attaltae ase: (1) Symmetrl sh, evemlr alaneed heds; (2) the admlsss of suallght sad tr e eslatio.n of r late al parts of the tree tops; an (3) the malattssaee dkeisat foliage to preteet the truaks sad braches from the latene bet of the mse's roys. which weuld otherwise be lIel to sea...

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 July 1912

,;rDuctq C. JmISTON, M. D. .. ba an w Coewebm CuIbertson, Montana iAllY 8. DALE Attorney At Law Ott in rer et Oitis.e State Beak PresFIM. m c e we as ..Orr !U. Gome s I" John Hurly ATTORNRY AT LAW ~ T.W. COWLNSON M. D PIICiAN a SUIO'.o C erton, - Montana . W. Ortschied Watch, Cleck ad lJewelry Repearlg All Work Wanrrnted CULIbERTSON. MONTANA Lodge Announcements TROWEL LOAIOE NO. i. A. P. & A. M. Mert the useond sol fourth Mondais of each month, u o'eoek p. m. In IMute hIall. Visming Rothelm welcome. H. It Rorneos. See. oOSARaC. Jer~. W. . WILl) ROUR UCHAPTER. No. M o. O.f. Mlre the second and fourth Thuesdays of of eakh month a 8o'lock .m.. Is Masonle BallB.N C. Jonmeaow. W N. a. C. Wnr. semesser,. NEW POPLAR HOTEL i. J. Moses, Prop. ROOMS CLEAN AND NEAT AND BEST OF TABLE BOARD. COURTEOUS TREATMENT to EVERYONE Poplar, - Montana "I 0 F OUR GOLDEN RULE O " To make NEW FRIENDS by giviog 0000) SURYKE o bur old eaNs" The Brooks Company's Store is the Place to buy your Staple and Fanc...

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 July 1912

"Y'':. ' ,j , ,. Xr,,. IR,, , ý : " x , M 1 . . .**1- 7 I . S 41, 'NOyP VOL..,m ZN ii . .K. -,, e £Cl"SON, VArdLLEY COUNTY.. A Vql J,,ly .,,,, on. ...~o pgq y. . . ...-= . . ,..' .. . .. ... .. . .. ..'i -.- .-.N-. i" . .. " . ... ... ... . ... ... ... ... ... .,.. "tFNIN Trasct o C.. That Valhr wl bhas a emav siaM air ll thus his aew qeam dis. is iael hag stmely slesea r up she fair emmdlOd pess eb eslsnt s is as ab solues thai the preject wil be a The df dasresi. haMe a isseliag Mam., aSt wch the the caetract hr the hubber at tim the geah the M.-ssaeslaea f the uses-t sa wa hit to the Ls bWeds'ae C.., beleg ,the bowt ao she buea who wes abt, the emloeao,. The lumber wiE csat $45.65 which wi a pbg bhead lmses all asemed She inedleg sheet thirty asses, a sew .bld he live smoo .atries, a her ilmlameal uildiag. a grasd stead, peas or sh, hees. ,nd hoh sad ether ,man huilgp sessmary lor the aeoossodato a f the pople who will be I asteadaoce at she air. A reastuabe hbas. let at J. W. Ki...

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 July 1912

es*IRaso. MONTANA, io as et wehlt lee dealer io e as alermi as ea e h was. The Primes o Wales ito t legal ae b t has mt h ea giho a night khy. Philadelphia In to have a I3 aStor Iet it is trying to eep step with New York. "Absolute divoere and the e stei the dog" s the way a. easterm Mary had a little lamb, ead aew hat the prie has dropped a littl, he ea have a little more. A woman looks under the bed foe a man, while a man looks around to see If he can fnd a dietograph. More than 27.000.000 elgarettes as anoked each day In the United States Would anot that stain your nangers In the weather line the year e tlnuee to show a disposition to go to extremes more interesting than pop* The fact that Nan Corrigan. a pr Snewstrl, is to marry a very ride man is further prootf of the power 4of the press. A noted poet ti reported as dead at Indigestion. ver has it bees adieult to harmonite the muse and the bread basket. Rats are to be exterminated ea the ground that they do less good ad bore ha...

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 July 1912

4J \\ -. ;'4 SYNOPSIS. So n the slrnt. bet es r o o i ma ma-. a 4sIoun tbu ste thd e .wh tiso th at tis o ha sr thIt eto aIn th d r he oert t hor what t Swk. Her mystelo resu CHAPTER XIV. (Continued). the m , sad s mhe . stae him with ao t he toru ho rno. Mhor wrm desire sa sa enthusiastle preo Idspoioto toSd the bost nO his. She wueld not have bes a human girl f she had not been thrille to the very heart of her by what the sa had done for her. She recognised that whether he asserted It or not, he had ' establsahed an everlastlug and indisputable claim upon her. The grumor tances of their rost meeting, whish as the days pasted did not seem quite so horrible to her. sad yet a thought of which would bring the blood to her cheek still on the Instant, had in some way turned her over to him. His consideration of her, his gracious tenderness to ward her his absolute abnoregation, his evident overwhelming desire to please her, to make the anomalous situation it which they stood to each oth...

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 July 1912

Sas, o. e.d.- as.e.-c diam cears.a Meost.. r t dCm ue. d Mar 9, --d 9. A oRsED. Editor an Propristsr. Trwme--I ad.cn, per year ........ Ss.a vesersi.g Rasm. very remasoabl, wal tbe har.hied os applicaton at this aoce. T EE FiIS REPUULICAN PAPER STA1RTE IN VALUEY Ct, INRT. The potatoe crop an eastern Val ley county this year will be a bag one. All the farmers are bragging about their gardens and especially about potatoes, the estimated crop being from i5o to 250 bushels to the acre. New potatoes have been on the market from local fields for a week or more and they are of a very excellent variety. The hay crop is also an immense one, but is being retarded and damaged some by the frequent rains during the hay harvest. Hay and potatoes will be cheap locally this winter, as thety are more effected by local conditions than other crops. I'o tatoes are still selling at 4 cents a pound, but from now on they will drop rapidly in price until frost comes when they will reach their lowest prices...

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 July 1912

,., "IPar knawbr from wth IMPIRIAL LUMBER YARD and build a comfortable I while our prices are low. Let me plan something for fyi. E. JUELLSON, Architect and Manager. ILoat Inappeisg&I'Wcuriiinrm : Ciei a t Valy Laud Co. for fam lams. 6tf Remember the laws social Tueday emen lag. jeIy p, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Heuebear. Re. 0. J. H·ag will hold Norwegian L.ubeshm servicm is Brockts meat Senday moralg at t o'clock is the residence of S. S. Ntelso. All are luvied. The lade odkd the Catholic church will give a law. social Temday aftersmes aud eveal g. July .o at the hoeb do Mr. and Mr Heabmsr. lou cream aud cake will be served. There will be no Methodist church mer vice east Suaday evemiag. owing to the fact that Rev A. J. Alford. State Secretary of the lateraatiomal Seuday School Uniou. will be ia Calbertsoes ad desires to hold a uaioe meetilg of all desominatioes. There fore everybody will unite is service at the Presbyteriaa Church. -mm - m'.---- C. L. JACOBS THE PHOTO POSTC...

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 July 1912

TOUR HEALTH ITer prlm Is KEst Tel Up Tr v. basae Ma MNmmep. li Ri Eaer ViW= Ausu esugh disease germs eater the at weghg human body every day to cause beath it the healthful organism did not aembat these germs and render them harmles. Let the human system become run ein, or debilitated, and this power of sstaace to disease is weakened. the disease germs get the upper and, an acute sickness follows or th4 patient becomes a chronic Invalid. It is In the blood that the battle to paistain the health Is fought. Keep the blood toned up, the bowels open had observe ordinary care as regards food and rest and you will avoid much pickness. Debility is not a recognized disease but is a condition in which the suffe er cannot get a good ngllht's sleep, wakes up all tired out, has no strength or ambition, is nervous, has a poor a petite, has trouble with the stomach. and is subject to headaches and back aches. It is most commonly met with ha people who have to work hard, are confined indoors, eat ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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