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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 July 1912

h ash a wueeg heard wubm. Abm i the winY. a@".s. iu mear, ra"e ais wed . eIwmo That .ewA i g be r "w -ir . "aDs at to emist hawe tried k ia thr. Te dlltr M aeai.r ar mioas.t to J. walk lat glw at Y h Asta sea my t . Wie saote woe , asp sylug M ale eyudsb the bet that t. e aio .et way to atart a asa ear tla e Imve theer raim e rat heas -ra-.. er t I. oe as to berlP e Sto alight Tht a lr se.ta wih. ot abe.ut bowo over by ot. sato .r.bt with a om - d- ie NTe pTe bes Ie - maao w t - tli. sai we whe ft; at ISretl mrop Es W.e ta.i. t beth Seet hr t. e abilitie. at the .atea.t p msie at -re huee sad sl m at buml ea -ks Te hiliepoa m mm a e& withourt it. it might be p aelbi to mak .hwi at ow fastae by .hodhig them with electricity but s d.isht the weual td at Cruelty to Hera tmay abs It Two Mdameapes youths have hes estaei to tea daoh IS Jal or ea. ai a woan a tebelem What wpuli have bhppesia to these I they had ealrSi her a ba t It elgim te man who refuses te vote I thrown lat sal. but...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 July 1912

C. TO, -s. . D. Phyidma and Cubsrtesin, MoIntaa IAIIY .. DALE Attertny At Law Oas in rear of Oitisnas State Bank I . luhi .W.COWNSON M.D D000000000000000000' a s.. OrtNshid WathU. Clock ad e wdlry John urly All Work WaFanted W. CTSON.IN MONANM. D PLodge nnouncement TROWRL LIIoOrj NO. U, A. p. LA. .- Colberta dn, " Montana SW. Ort liYsc fdch o oCl'doeck pad.. I Moee Ul.ry Rn e eLe.pring SCULIERTSON i - C MONTANA' TRWILD WEt DOAPTR. NL O.. L.M. Meets the .seoad an fourth Thndab. o eah ec month al o'loek p. ma.. in Mumman alL. Mon. C. Jounurou. W.M. S.. Wear. secr.tar. NEW POPLAR HOTEL I. J. Moses, Prop. ROOMS CLEAN AND NEAT AND BEST OF TABLE BOARD. COURTEOUS TREATMENT to EVERYONE Poplar, - Montana " " OUR GOLDEN RULE * Te make NEW PRIENUS by Igivi 0000 SBRVKIB to ee e a mes" d o S 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 SThe B...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 August 1912

-I- 40; a. . `. V I V. CULBERTSON, VA~lTE COUNTY. ANA, P~ , Aug"a 1, e91$. 02.0.0u YA !2! =-1 - - r IIITAAT Blby 7 bwr amd Lucy Arim .I..g teresi at OlGaiw July SA "U The fenlewng commsaication free a poemiieat Charley Creek reacer gives a sear and concise acceoat e the wedding of a prom iasat aag co.ple is that neigh rsbeed: T es te anlts hseart ar wes fair e1*, one klbsr, ab welba-ews amob r d wan Chbssey Csek. slpsd with Bim Lcuy Asatusqs. as dsir aI Mr. and Mrs. T.T. ArmMsrs sI abso ot Slim, eaby u rins a heavy rais The l pallrieads s bhe samr will ewer e r bass ab e ylm sampleo w ila sos nmait dhmsva, is we sae m r. wr Isah. by le ide ar a wam ,dw. laby bme ,qe.e coy an-s mwers with a sfls bbA Mn. PMsher beshesaad isas . aewr,m s amseal public wal hav ssbs -'l with a hw s ss. The st was sled at Glamw is the par liord ahbs s.a Ule by the Rev. * o Five Bars of Palm Olive Soap l t given away absolutely free to 0go S every purchaser of one jar of o a * PALM OLIVE CREAM at SOc. - * ...

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

PRANK S. REED, Puiisher. CUL ARTSON. MONTANA sal a philosopher with $1,.0,0 b the basn i ouar notion o. a soft ob The wbale,I says a nturalist, "w.il oe be extnct." But why blubber about tt? bometimes the exception proves the rule, but it Is generally the unexpect, ed which happens. A beauty doctor says that slapplng the face is good for the complexioa. She may prefer freckles. A genius in California has succeed ed in developing a seedless tomato, but the odorless onion still is afar of. Our notion of a true philosopher st one who can take a calm and unrufbled view of life while seated in a dentist's chair. A Maryland doctor says that eutting out the tonsil Is a serious mistalm, from the doctor's point of view. we presume. Some of the doctors say the adop teia of the kilt would be more hygienic than trousers. Yes, but would It be as modest7 "Drink buttermilk and live long," says Prof. Metchnikof. But where is the Joy of living long if one must drink buttermilk? A vacation would be b...

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

w ý t AAr 0i IMF etc he uu met amess as nthe . ostat ae , the rr o tae eest to a by4Ap amt b tXV m w,, un able hdt . twet. W t wcha bh iLhe h o ooher aerer lot him *** what aho stoilht he han. Yeto ew not wit:out fit -_ pieon: . theat ruspa he res 7 eo he At est had ouht to kp out of hrt way, but abo had compolled him to como a. The room that wast iteheand d room d toroom for hm was cherl d omwit hold. 8ave aet nleht or when ht wus busy with othar tasne outed. thSy lverd to th sin tha sreht hroog It ws always warm it wu ws.n bright, it wtl always ch rl, tohe. The lttle plean h mauserlk hem fha t, wa bl.u se h had c d writton. Ho made ho ofort to ewas trankly m nous about hs lf bn the hills, tadeed there ws ao poesiwhl ty ol aveoaag tht disculoen of such topb t On butr two subets wu he ivedorably tlenth One was the prom.t ebt stato of hiws arewtons ud ther other was tne why and whmurefre os his lonrly lr t Seo now beyond poer advn that he lovd h, bthat she had teo fant hupleou ev a t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 August 1912

I I ases. a see -c, l %UAIM . hmen at Clbera s. 1Me , .a FRAK sg. REED. Editor ad Prepristor. a terme-Is avease. par year .......e AverdNlg Rates very resomabl. wtl be t SJreihedb on app'eatie at this ioce. TE FIRST REPU CAN PAPER STARTSE IN VALLEY CG., MINT. QUIT YOUR KICKING n It is time the voters in Eastera Valley < eest should begi to take seoe iteMret is the comig election of cosaty oficials. One taing shoild not be overlooked sad that is the fact that sader the mew appor tioameet Valley CouOty is sow entitled to J three repressetative is the state Iegisla- I tess isseead of oe as heretofore. As Basera Valley county has cosiderable mere ,has half of the repeblicas voters at the proeest time, we shoujd be entitled to at least two of these candidates at the beads of the repeblicn cousty conventoa IJ this fall. Easters Valley coety is also I entitled to a much larger share of the can - didates for coaety oacm thia she has ever received, sad the enly way to get such re prestati...

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

*ma Ity W 71IWWY F FIm 8 A sLIT SF FlS OFFWAT THE MEET M S 12-13 Ai 14, AT LASSGW WH THE l ESl -I THIE SAME A NWIUNk~ ZIlNT The arst Annual Meeting of the Valley County Fair will be held on the Fair gnoiads at Glasgow Montana, commencing Thursday morning Septem-. ber 12 1912, and ending Saturday evening followingt. lasting three days. This annual exhibition of the best products of the various industries will give to. the thousands of people who attend it a better idea of the vast resoures of Valley county. While the ofcrs and directors of the Association are giving their best efforts to make the fair one of which every one residing within the county may feel just ly proud, they realize that this can only be done by the earnest co-operation of all those interested in the development, improvement and growth of the county. This annual fair is for the people, and the people must make it. It is for the public good and should receive the hearty support and assistance of every patriotic ci...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 August 1912

Salwr Dckwa Bantam ..... 10 .75 %2 W.ie Ply utb Rock......... 1.50 .75 53 W te Cochin........ ..... 1.50 .75 64 White Wyandottes ... .. 1.50 .75 55 White Langshans .. .... 1.50 .75 8 WhtePosh...... - 1.50 .75 57 White Crested Black ---------. 1.50 .75 56 White nlodian Game------------ 1.50 .75 59 White Game Bantam.... - - -- 1.50 .75 CLASS 40.--- Turkeys. (Shown in pairs.) 60 Bronze ---------- ---------- 1.50 .75 61 Black---------------------- 1.50 .75 82 Slate --------------------1.50 .75 63 White Holland-- .------------ 1.50 .75 64 Narragansett ------------- 1.5 .75 65 Buff------------ -------- 1.50 .75 ('lass 41-1)u'ks. (S1hown in I'airs) E,; 'Pekin .....................$1.50 .7; 17 Avleslur'y .................. 1. .7: f6. Romen ........ ...........54) .7 69 Mu.seovy ................... 1.5I .7 70 ug ................. 1. . 71 East nldlia .................... ) .75 I' Inlian linnmner ............... 1.5) .7' 73 ('all l kii'k; .................!:, .5 ( "1:1"W Ill- ( i4Y; (.liown in...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 August 1912

1 + ý'* r * CeA es the do ,ltes Co. Sr been Shwa e dv. r U q1= I a Ibar r s dNl. irt r. Asklwsebora tMr ad Mm. Oer eotmd lof Damn Vaey , July seth Ceesy Asters.m Joh Harle ·~ f Gla -r sanpped biee Teemldv as aM way ber bee Medlhie Lambs wihee he hans hem t mili m ea legal mstters fr the essm ty. -amege amd of eha Kueei ageustme ha--d e sheadMr brbeso i da reaway wbibe emi Calbeetes o amn day lt week. The lractme was redumed by Dr. Celimae smd the padtest is dag ham. A aephew of John Solvseod, so years d, lea feSu a swes while playlg and bae Mes elt ar betwme the homder and elbew es Friday July sdt. The frao a er oaihed peps. assieemea sad the pa-,esl delug aleemy. H. K. Evertt. sales maqer for KuIkle A Stock Co. msmfactuerm of the Seal of M.iaesota cigars wuas I tows Saturday sad called at the Searchlight oDce. He blie.vee ia advart.le. i he local papers. Nedes seado ads i this paper nest week. Have Mathews look after yeor ad bee lames. 6tt Al. Willoeghby. who hka baee drivig the dl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 August 1912

Ovet parted from romae. e had been warned by a veOrteran of the Coprixed. ht 112 ge A married sterary Mr. len Hoere muser, the no emotions la er, ho ad jushat cohung out bhise subtan gle in a town on the Hudoso rivr, had not yet parted from romance. He had been arned b a eterd laws of the bar that romance and law naevtr mixed. He ould et married sometart day, laws but thagainsere mut be no emoti consw about it that could not be subeta- 1 tlated by the compiled laws of the state of New York. The formality must be about the same as startlng a lawsuit against the owner of a cow that had destroyed the garden of a neighbor. Mr. Hosmr accepted the advice and was prepared to act on it when he made a tourney to the city one day and sat In a chair car within a few feet of Miss Blanche Ackworth, who resided In the next town above him. He said to himself that her age was about twenty: that her hair was old gold: that her eyes were lovely, her nose the true Grecian. and that her mouth was beyon...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 August 1912

bal t c a' i .lm s a pm wo bee asisamael ys hammbl M sM 4i rata s me sl dsh. o Me atI Idh Mrs .t 4 a oe B. , .8M ., Whet Mn I thats er o I west -t a deei m id m pa ret hagd I wad skes tao esesump wh , I was seae aO aumual saal as mat l toado. M-_k e t a,, fn. The siris alms Mra m era uewla. I wa aet ls an Doomed to hmy mtr Im wa a.. teiO seb N. 3 . Matmahime Whea I ams s ysears oth I veat lute aup mlme a mry panets esee I was ald about mytles. I was u tie r a year cam -w et aI e o lsy muc e sadthlvs. The sla.mes eaM ren - D. Wadumnlly. I 1,s p.r. ad ,eeem and b U my set.u I vM s t I malug echbld at WImeas at the tiUm ad became a aema ta I beh s -e up my tilhe My pasad te Were armed b about my esalites- aths takr them ,s I rI ther sI ud a Tm e to . i . WiW. -taer Poak P i by bS a the Pes-ne ma beos wI madI lsm has ma -'_ hdret d oes. I to themst Dr. Wlliams Pidk Pins1 for Palo a teb traluS m vap s mama o means.Mr health behe sMoer hut I always hege sr. bead. so-k . nevor uae. and Is ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 August 1912

Diectory C. JONSTON, M. D. , .rn. be. New cemes. COsOrteOen, Mentana HAllY I. DALE Attorney At Law Oao in rear of Oitiseus State Bank cd k. . /. - Sm Preslassm a Cs els aud base U. S. Isad asim John Hurly ATTORNEY AT LAW . W. COWUNSON M.D PMYSICAN a suoIIuO'o Culbortson, - Montana OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0 . W. Ortschled Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing All Work Warranteo ULBERTSON, - MONTANA Lodge Announcements TROWEL LODOIR NO. n A. v. &A. M. Mesta te r4eod ad stuaora. hond1u of matb. "as o'euck pa. .. i Mmomle Hall Visli Brothers weleome. RH. ,laws. See. Oeca C. JAN WILD ROE OCHAPTER. No. L O. 8. Mees te seomed and fourth Thruadys of ea.L math ate ocloek p, m.. In Maer le Hall. Man. 0. Jom ,o. W.M. I. C. Wane. Ssec ser. NEW POPLAR HOTEL I. J. Moess, Prop. ROOMS CLEAN AND NEAT AND BEST OF TABLE BOARD. COURTEOUS TREATMENT to EVERYONE Poplar, - Montana - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - Se*Te m.ake NEW IRIBNDS y gvee s 00 SBRVIGB t ear . d e.. °s" * S * * Place to buy your * * * * '...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 August 1912

•r. ~ niw bý0ý y "ý ,. ira F,, , a1 " ,. .f .. .." zf rM. ,+" trl,¢ ,.ý . ' -, .. .4. .• . .. .. . ... ... : , . II(. C :* , , .-' VOL X E VLAY VOL~. M0. *a t; c "tom , VALLEY ,'COU fA 1'Y. 'D'ANA, YLi, Auptý,i9. $.0. TU MSEVT An MMi T*e Peingue e Frty n.1 " CainsIse ui Auapie a P ldMg at Ch i a ChIses, Aug. 7. - iag " Os. wind, Chridea.m Senldes," mad *Thre Batale Hym d theo Repsb lic," the dlegates t thbe eust na taosal oevesales if the,ew pro prsiee party proclaimed toaight Theodore Roosevelt of New York as their cadidate for pessideat, sad Gov. Hiram W. Jobasne of Caloersia, as their choice for vice Marking a new departor ia the preouedlag of matiosal corien tioes e e two eadidates immled iately were notiied of their momi msatis and, in the midst ot deafen ing cheers, they appeared before the delegatet to voice their accep tance and to pledge their best ef foets to the comieg campaigs. For several boars mn the after moon and early evening the Cdolie "ooooooooooooooooooooooooooeo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 August 1912

be SeareMhght MANam s RD, mumneMs. *UL CRtl o4 MONTANA IaIgs smits ai I made to at th Mark tbe ret.nme vacat.er. 3y Mi tea ye shall knw him. some pesop go as pikales sad ro ras gt their shor baths at hbma Old Gearal Humidity Is aee mao it supremo commad of all the arces. Air pockets ecetinu to case. troy bieU but erdy ever tries to pick thbe The tides ebb and Sow in political battles, but the ly gets swatted all the tes A.other way to avoid sunstroke Is to let somebody else do the political Airship or aeroplane They cas both become enaines of death wha the uaoresee happein In Germany. too, the birth rate is decllningt Is the whole human seg going to commit suicide New York has aSgan giv evidence of its dislike of dead ones by avert Ita the hearse drivers' strike Not until his wift goes away Oa a vacation dose a man fully realise the joys of poker as a summer sport. COoafletng emotions sway the gist who is a delight to the eye in a batbh lag salt but who freckles In the snal A histor...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 August 1912

'i10 AA - U 0.4 1 a SYNOPSIS prot ege, lb osae wit her. s , wl. wh -i dsie burt that be w ee. kto o emt Sw i l n .e r he ta lekd b a Rear w sle di myes reoa shotr A storm aid to the il terror. A miesa deluge transforms brook lIte agag trea t, whicth sweep mlid late re e ae she Is resc aed be a mss aboeso when t. storm hn - tatnddr and Old alrto Ib o nnI ort Ic er eort car thr that able owalk. Her mstrt o a s rescuer mdt her to stu oa L aie gores to one of thanki nes nbd eratitu Nier A h Md i r, endI erworh r on of er." ui b ~l eu Th h eru. to a rd the oaitltd thUel · "i Mhat he Is also from tr'stpble. The hermIt ol.r ao lo n with al.t he a I ouhtretsa hop of hIs love for her. bua I o In that strange solitude the wasIsno at the girl and her rescuer be S adnot riht th t I- ¢o plned) Soes Imturalo and strained. The sl radc S·oeslofa a wife he had w ie Maea. , says he has we Is over cherishy ser eow, by rtoke In solitude. He and howeve. . con eeso theIr lore fort Oapon She learns that h...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 August 1912

um.w M ay as. 19o. SMaat4lw Seam. prw.m Ma Cubteds. Me. OrdeMr dCAc d Yr Mas,. m FRANK S. REED. Edlear mad Poprmto. Trns--US woe, per yw..... $2.m0 NrefrýS Rams, ity amasabMs waD be msdio apadismiola at this abet TUE FIRST REFIIULICAN PAPER STARTS IN VALLEY CR., MINT. THANKS, BRO. FARRIS, Editor F. S Reed, of the Cul- a berton Searchlight was a visitor ' in Glasgow last Friday during d which time he paid the Independ ent office a friendly call. Editor Reed's paper is one of the oldest d newspapers in Valley County, and 1 whale we do not mean to insinuate I that Bro. Reed is old himself, yet he is one of the oldest newspaper men of the county and has for a number of years been printing one of the liveliest newspapers of the northwest, every week giving a full local report of the countay's pro gress, ever mindful of the country's resources and posuihilities lHe has witnessed the east end of Valley county settle up from a vast outside range where horses, sheep and cattle roamed at will...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 August 1912

. a " p.t- .ý n-4 CCar as he Ydpy Land Co. lr Laal GisM a Mr. d rs. L. C. Meeteet fieT as Ta . Aug. -6tr. Cograse WANTED-A essed-bned toll-ap deIk Louis Petlrson a the Farmems Se..a ear. Culbertsoe. stS Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oea sad chilrd s em spemig this week onm he Samth Skn at the Shermasm frem. M. S. Maltby was smder tne weather the ernt part the week. bt was ep sad arorad agati yesteday. Mr. Bushels. aelssaat state BDak Es amier. was is towa Monday and Temdaey and reprts that the two Culbertson beaks are in eaellteet shape. The Ladie' Aid Society of the M. E. Cherch will sold their aest regalar meeting Aug sth, at the hme of Mrs. Ilovey. All members sad friends lvited. The Wittmeler & West Co. sold their lumber yard last Friday, the Imperial Lumber Company and the Mahom-Robia -so Lumber Compeay each taking half of the sreck. Mrs. T. J. Guadersoe, of Shelly. Miam., as the gest of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hage this week. It will be remembered that Mrs. Gonderseo. who is t sister 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. — 9 August 1912

appet- s to be ,..i. - And i . andcotd lIm Cla, * A Tim Her Engagements. Miss Vivian Is very much of a flirt and she has been engaged to a dozen young men during the few seasons she has been on the eligible list A few days ago she said to her father: "Pa, you may congratulate me on having acquired a new object of my affection." "I am glad to hear it," he replied. "I hope you are as happy with him as you will be with the nest one." "Exclamatory" Was Right. Mrs. Mason's colored washerwoman, Martha. was complaining of her hue. band's health. "Why, is he sick, Martha?" asked Mrs. Mason. "He's ve'y po'ly, ma'am, poly," an swered the woman. "He's got the ex clamatory rheumatism." "You mean inflammatory, Martha," said the patron. '"xclamatory means to cry out." "Yes. ma'am." replied Martha, with conviction: "dat's what It is. He hol lers all the time."-Judge. PROOP ENOUGH. Ohver ? M$oore Mrs. Love-Yes, Fred's love Is cool lag. Mrs. Dove--What makes you think Aso? Mrs. Love-When we were on ...

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

'"r Owhwr l l! 1 - MGnrapeene Girdler. , E;nt Larval ,r ai d, Adult; SuissGem Ing the Canm Just Belw Its Egg-Chamber. The Upper One of the Twin Holes In the Center of the Came Contales the Eg. All Greatly Enlarged. By FRED 3. BROOKS. West VhrgIai asptriment staioe,) The grapecane girdler l au Inseat not often mentioned Ina entomologicl literature. probably for the reason that In the past it seems to have eonaed Its attacks chiely to the plant known a Virginia creeper or SaFe4eafe try, ampelopsis qglnqueoba, sad has seemed therefore, of but little eco homle importane. In this state it ap pears now to have developed a prefe ence for the grape. In several locall ties I have seen rapevines presenting a ragged appearance on account of the dead tips resulting from the Insect's attacks, but I have never been able to Sad either the beetle or evidences of Its work on ampelopsis. The species cannot now be regarded as a pest of veerious consequence except In rare Instancee, but it has several ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 August 1912

9tm a C. JOHNSTON, M D. Phyician and eso la ah New Coebmaehe Cuibsrteen, Montana HAltY 8. DALE Attorney At Law h0ao in rear of Citimso State Baak C t. * Momme .. f".., s*. .an**** John Hurly ATTORNmY AT LAW T. W. COLUNSON M.D. PMVIMCIAN A suNeOBO ertsoa, - Montana . W. Ortschied Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing All Work Warranted ULBERTSON. MONTANA Lodge Announcements TROWEL LOUDGE NO. f. A. P. & A. M. Mese the seond and fourth Mondayj of each month. at s o'clock p. ml.. In M ole Hall. Visltit Btrotheu welcome. H. 1) KDsOIue. Sec. Uncan C. J*A W. Y. WILl) ROE OHAPTER. No.4 . 1 8.. Meets the secoud and fourth Theredais of of each mouth at u o'elock pm.. In MNaonIc Hall. Mas. C. Jounseon. W.M . C. W. . er. ee taur. NEW POPLAR HOTEL I. J. Moses, Prop. ROOMS CLEAN AND NEAT AND BEST OF TABLE BOARD. COURTEOUS TREATMENT to EVERYONE Poplar, - Montana OUR GOLDEN RULE " -'Toe mnak NEW FIBNDS by giving 0001) SBRVIIB to ouear old eom" * " i The Brooks Company's Store is the SPlace to buy ...

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