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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 November 1912

MI tJ BAY REAL ES'TAE OFFERING ,204 sea we d,t.o.. i. resimltm.l, bul. - t stua; md 1S mles frem dmey, Mee t a Great eithee o ter . Per acre $S2.3 64 wss, ,i mils froem Ouvbertom, Moetama, I n main road, all baed sad under ealtive tlem; good bildnag, well and windmll. Pries per acre - - x2s.00 180 ares, three mies from MeOsbe, Montana, best black loan soil. Prie per aen - $2000. 160 ires, wild land six miles from Blair, Most. good well,mand log buildings. Per acre $10S00 160 ares, Ibur miles fom Oulbertson, 75 acrme mdr cultivation, all fnced and cross faoed, up-to-date 8 roomed house, barn, chicken house, root house, granary, fine well and 0 windmilL Price per acre - - $27.80 320 acres, 1 miles from Bllendale, N. D. 7 miles flom 8ilvereat, house 24x24, barn 32x40, chiekon house, artesian well, telephone con- 0 nections, rural ee delivery. This is a well improved farm in every particular detail, sit uated in the best agricultural district in North Dakota. Prie - - $12,000 * o 13 acr...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 November 1912

WZNTED!D wbt wy day u a plant t i/ ad eery imonth us a hat.. ga as. Famersz in tha -dw my from two to for e £Rt yaw and have greem p fr ther hogs and mm lee mouths in the ye. Th 6a is cheap and you co buy io as wy easy tenm. U&W Imm have gone to Ni. ir; sadllm e and beome re4. WhY an you? Waibs bdq far beaddJy iwmvassd 43.6. B I. t~guCoum., I.C.LL FOSS Gut SlalWo, Chap,_IL 3k~J CbC,, C~.md a RIDESE, FURS, PELTS, ETC. N. W. YIE E&FUR CO. Stuff Birds AnI a... - tan .'..n --C t. UE tt . to, i .l d Mmmliif B M apl n Percum W..UUUrL~p.., nrrtr .. Wia1mags MNNI Irnnad fa .I Uw r1 .w º w. M.'. r9. a0 .pyd 6t+ NEITHER HAYSEED NOR ANGEL 00 There Need Be Little Question That Young Lady Had Much Ingenuity. ierass the line on the. Kansas side eIO the study of agriculture is mpnlary. one of the. high school rl took home her monthly report eard and proudly announced: 1 took the highest trade ln the s history. Englhsh IIterature had German." S'Tat's all very well." replied her S.r. critica...

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

w. N. U., FA( , NO. 41l.m . FPargo Directory STOKE PIANO r.MO. Irr m w lbU a"a SAlSTA WELIIS & IFL L. L TRUNKS SI mACTL.I. ey.. I.5 SHIP HIDE You. HIDES FOUrs- l -. Furs Woo a f..i~t.e~wp. ý pus, ...t I..t t MONUMENTS uk. Walvbee er ~s o WE MAKE RUGS wle er simml. w o mei . saMI M&ae am M. msa.s... 1s Psay li0st lash Pries hUre weoin1 e o mwn am4 mqw weem. Cut Flowers For AU Oceseiomu s. . rsCRr" º' , FrLo Talnsry S.~u "- 4a ". . A: # creas Smapper ~IM~ ~ );r TOmU U s Eu CANADA '} =H Bu ro b ss t hio a s as d t ear seedy a tbehs" bwo ass &b a abmaymr to Cassi grl. wb reeatlt k~sd as th Do nfaba tkr to .d balthta aa bppy bour DEAF, BLIND, ALERT Chloagean' Unnpaired Feual tie Developed to Hloh Degree. Harry L. Virden, lstruter of Waloett Combs, is Working to Uduests Oth m Like Himssif-Tells New Youth .joys Play. Chicago-Wolcott Coombs, atieteen years old, was born without two of the most Important facultles of ma. be an neither hear nor see. In spite of this handicap to li...

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

I Directory C. IINUHSTON, M. D. PuIcIaU and son to t Nw Cearc SUS Culdbrbon, Montana BAIIY N. DALE Attorney At Law o in rear of Oiths.. State Bank c U. a. M Maain John Ilurly £1¶MRNUV AT LAW L9Srm"iM Y Meet .W. COLUNSON M.D.' PHYSICIAN a SUROiOO butaton, - Montana .00000000e000000000 W. Ortschled Wathe, Clack and Jewelry Repairing All Work Warrantd ULDPRTSON. - MONTANA) SAnnouncements P.DOW3LU NO C. A. v.a A. N.- ýl "o'clock " n, i t a Yrunf llall. !ilie I l echat ED iNew. n'AUC. JAUn. W. M. WILD MOPE UHAPTER. No. 4k. 1i. IW. mte mssed sad fourth Thuradaim of orbY momth at iuu'e~wl, º .. tIn Mamnle M1e, I .tC'INNTNi. WV.M. u Iawiac. Kerretarr. 0000000090600000 NaIce for Publication LYtMeI of the Inerrlor. U.S. Uemwa at tllaer,'s.. 55nes.. "Cw. 17.111". NedlLc.l Yb breb, ieth. t Fre N. Ithakir ofOI.oUIOU. eant., t. .st n.1at. ITH r t&. M MJ M Se 4c. 24. N N F Y Sec. Z. T. "I L., jie lI. ·TuwnehlD N.. I. N3..Umm mewtidlal. ha tiled notire uf blo mae FI al three-year P'roof, to N t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 November 1912

'i1)e jmeardjligtjt Slate Librar. VOL. XI. NO. 30 c CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, Nov. is. 191S. St. PER YEPAR Di stict Court Nov. is Ia the ere of L. W. Gibees es. asp D. Hot ra Ad slatrasoer of the esmate oN Al lea j. McMillea. deomeaed, jedimint by defal was r sedersn is lover c the ploie ti and agahee the deheisrne. The eae of Btewa sed Plealmes Cam pay agelet obe Manseleg wee oestlmued for the term by esmmat of the parties. The case elf . A. Patrick and Cmpsany agisnsm . B. McCahebeat at. was eetdead -e atipelaties a1 the reepectae parties. The een tried the care of Freak Wal laee vs. Thee. Coemely. at at. trial by jery haviag be.r espreuely waived by the par tine to the actine. who were sepreaiated by W. J. O'Leary, Iaq.. of Grat Falls. aed Messrs. Hard A Lewi.e of this city. re speetlflly. The case was aee for the lore clomers of a .mrtgange as real estate and the paymeet of the profats fre said real property. The evideece was short, sad the comrt will reader a ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 November 1912

The Searchlight FRANK S. REED, Publisher. CULSERTSON. MONTANA That unamiable old bog, an mual shortage of coal. Is %%1i - liin A Leeds cleric advenocat" - In his church in this r.- t Oeds leade Baltimore is predicting a Itar famine Only In the edi.tI -'10T, though. People who talk the b: lat guage will now give the :;"i ii ts a chance Sir'et gas lamps were it , In 1!0? And some of theta hi.. nt bo n replaced. Fisting on railroad tr.is t ren forbidden In Bavaria A. no tunnels in Bavaria? An eastern Judge has Vi a saf' tv raror a dangerous It.'. he tried to shave with on During 1911. New York ." than 19. 00 000 tons of ha3 bonder It is a hot old town Another ray of stinahi. the cc'ýutner: l.cbsters on ith are no higher this year than - Ctunterfeiters are mnak n t 'ills for even a perfectl- gi.1 bill cortinues to involve 15s' - One of the huge Gernm. :. bew uon. but strange to -a' . a" Injured It happened in tii' i. ir - A Vew York pater has -v .1 In grafting a crabaptI" .n "" vine Won...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 November 1912

ip ."a .r, fmm Ilmims .a L"~* u~mdod M *imh mmli, er Ink ofUsd dwbdrn-r w ro5ud,~ edIao. ~. bl. ood sad lirnm the pmoduct of de gim~ab wNdi /aidietr puaaIheflida Mis. blood. r.as, of s . 63Pll Sbasodb cM al a, Iowa ";:r a Swd"I bad ý a~bsd myait i f I~a ihceous~d wihasau phydaniao and de~odd ea t anything Lwa d oe ud Cad h du would I w dmeriM I li die tatoold mes that adi took iWr wU'am Pink PUB1 for Pal. Pea. phi,.I moind diem. Te sosahiped -o mnd a few bozos alre imd ms." Dr. Wiflhamu Pink Pl r Madhle&T~huietuIf. Y. Saud efore fbookli, ' rait.t L sad How to"Bt" Ad,. DREW THE LINE. Mrs. Wood B. Swelle-Do you care for pate de tole gras? Old Man Newrlcbe-No. ma'am. I draw the line on grass. Baled hay breakfast foods are my limit! Quite the Thing. "I told you that If you came tomor row morning I would give you the money for my wash. Why did yeu come tonight?" said Miss Philis to the daughter of her laundress. "I know you said tomorrow morn in'." responded the girl. "but me moth. e...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 November 1912

The Searchlight. Katered May at. 1902 as Secund-Class Masse, Pastsce at Culbertson. Most Usier Act of Congres of March 9. 15y7 FRANK S RBKD. Editor and Proprietor Terms-Is avaece. per year ...S. on Advertisiag Rams. very reasonable. will be feraiehed os application at this oSce TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTER IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Latest election rrturns are to the elect that Pat Nacts has captured the eice of Counts sheriff of Val ley County by a close margin. The date of election of new County officers for the new county of Sheridan has been set for March Ii, 1913 Further particulars will appear next week in the Search light. Keeping Boys and Girls on the Farm Bozeman, Nov 9 Educating boys and girls away from the farm is wrong. The beauty and attrac tiveness of country life should be emphasized in every rural school. Studying agriculture and home science tn school is one way of securing this result Studying agricultural materials rather than books. Corn clubs, potato clubs, brea...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 November 1912

SPECIAL 30 DAY REAL I ESTATE OFFERING I 3,204 wacs wide suit two-thirds agricultural, bal. graming; situated 12 miles from Sidney, Mon- " eama on Grant Northern cutoff. Per acre $12.30 : 640 acres, six miles from Culbertson, Montana, 0 on main road, all fenced and under cultiva- 0 tion; good buildings, well and windmill. Price per acre - - - :25.00 : a10 acres, three miles from McCabe, Montana, best black loam soil. Price per acre - $20.00 * 160 acres, wild land six miles from Blair, Mont. : good well, and log bmldings. Per acre $10.00 * * * 160 acres, four miles from Culbertson. 76 acres * under cultivation, all fenced and cross fenced, * up-to-date 8 roomed house, barn, chicken * house, root house, granary, fine well and windmill. Price per acre - - $27.50 320 acres, 12 miles from Ellendale, N. D.7 miles * from Silverleaf, house 24x24, barn 32x40, * * * " chicken house, artesian well, telephone con- : nections, rural free delivery. This is a well improved farm in every particular ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 November 1912

IN' on ttIa Powdcr t For this is the $ baking Powder that~makes theb baking better. It leavens the food evenly P names makes it de" $ Mtfully apprtIz kgand wboksome. Remember. Calu. met Ia moder.'te in pricehbighest in Link nrou grvcer fe Calumet. Don t take a substitute. I msainst UUafSI amas UMf Vmmlast a'#amaagut"m yo.. a. &uav8q. ew~wakaeau. I dan asmtof-m om aAfa~s- .b Iatmmb. Cwtatlms* 4w f Sot a Samadiam U... In Western Canada's Free Homestead Area THE or Eamitoba t~p~a.. a.la a.Y "~ 1."1 ara~u a PhI fri 'lmI.: emlIa .Slal ....,-a ý.eI Y.I m b~st. and -oca atindMha. daan~r.SJ Vacahi Lads ndhn amhI anda,.I h ndaf _ Sland . -a ha bL Kaht /aua C.tfi ata ns.ssdet MeTTL . Mdf C IbbactNº csrw~ass " .A ~. -~ukf" a"Irh~es u scIkwm KLTSETG we WHERE FARMER DOES NOT SPECIALIZE LITTLE ATTENTION IS PAID TO QUALITY Result is That On Vast Number of Farms Where No MUk, Cream or Butter Is Sold Cows Are Mostly Inferior Poor Foundation for Susoess. Unless we are actively engaged in the dair...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 November 1912

/Y V SYNOPSIS peerge Percival AMgerame Jeme.. vies. etipm the Metrapolitea Outrnitol eeman etew York. tbhetrtmg fr s abMee. Of No w -os at hsaew taer spbenes. to Is Calse en a ocelae trip. 3umm arvams arrives at the bet at eelse with a aretully eariei behms. mapam selas Jsoes the ames. he=y ThM aelu aug which he ladte. bevies sasea from a patha atmslag . J5ms meett No aime Cheesore by a woman to whom he had Meae" 1M poamd. at Mate Carloe some authe previously. sad who taerns lat to be Portune'a mother. Jaes takes Mga Chebsere and Forts toe a pole am.. Fortun. returns to James the mossy harmwe. by her moother. Mrs. Chadsyog appear to be empged Is some msvterlous oterprtw eaknowa to the dOaghter. Rya.ae Iatsrgmtm Joes. Ia the Ul, omanace sad Aovemtto cam pae. a samoeri whlih for a proee will armue say kind at -a adveature to or Mr. Mrs. Chedsoyg. her brother. MKaer CalUhan. Wallaae and Ryasmes as the Unated Romance aad Advsmture compaay. lse a reky eastorpries Ianoting Jooe. CHAPTER V...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 November 1912

Business Directory C. JOHNSTO`, M. D. Physician and Surgeon OIMce In tie New courclaae Culbertson, Montana HARRY H. DALE Attorniev At Law Oftice ins rear of Ot izenshat .tae lRank C.beartAs. - *t PrFatkces all "Uarti. e el beate U. S. leed tthec John Hurly ATTO R 4E AT LAW Olasgow Permed, Writh namsa. Ntb Dakota o Moat. T. W. COLLINSON M. D. PHYSICIAN & UlURt: i Culbertson, - Montana ******************* 0. W. Ortschied Watch Clock and Jeweirr All Work Warranted CUL1EN ITSON \I )N I A\ """""***...S.******1 Lodge Announcements mtonth. at + u'eh,.L 1" n.,t Nla.n..',l.11ai Vlaltlnt Kr.,th~r'v. lwt. 11.1l1 10oU)ltti. ". 1V." 4AN( ..lAlL,".. WILD' ROi'1 41IIAIM\ X,,. 45. Ii F..M!. - U..ta th. e Uofid and fourth rhuhadass of taf .'rnh nn-ntl at ",- - I.ok . nt. In Slag..n Uall. Nu. t 4 g11gfNlTi6. W \I. Jos.N htawaca. .".'r..i sr~ Noilse for Publkation I' kpartn..st ..t the I nterbr. U. ..a .u "'Sltt at Ulmgtow. Montanta Not bombj riven. that P14.1I N ftla..-. Of (uI'-'itaun. Mont. lto...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 November 1912

VA VOL. XI. NO. 3, _________LL__OUT__ONANFRDA,_o. ais Isee P3 YA ANTELE Win as I the bso hs Camaty Seat sf the New Ceosty. There is no question but that Valley county will be divided, and it should be. as it as at the present time, with the great increase in population in the eastern part of the comety, great expense is en tailed in having the county seat over a hundred miles distant. The next important step is the location of the new county seat. Aside from all other arguments, pro and con, the one of geograph. ical location stands superior to all. Reason and common sense should decide that way. The seat of gov IROSE CREAMI I. . *i * 0* * 0* . ' For chapped face and : hands it has no equal . and leaves the skin * white and soft. 25c " per bottle. Prepared by * 0. * * " * ** VALLEY DRUG STORE A. W. Hluxsol, Prop.. . :**************************************I * 0 1*LUMBER I STORM SAS 11 Storm Doors 2 Complete Stock. 2 * * 8 80 MAHON-ROBINSON LUMBER : * COMPANY I . , as . e... cease.......

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 November 1912

Official Ele ct A rI1s Valley County, Montana Bond Issue and Initiative and Referendum Measures e $ Praclacta .. - I Malta polling place 1. 104 43 75 85 96 46 105 42 99 48 3 0 97 1 Malta polllag place 2 .............. 4 10 6 8 5 2 5 2 4 2 4 3 2 heco polling place 1.................. 42 79 36 92 59 50 61 47 568 0 62 47 2 Saeco pollig place 2.............. 8 1 6 5 2 4 8 2 4 4 8 3 Hiandale.......................... 78 75 62 83 86 50 90 48 89 56 92 50 4 Oamgow South .b.. 71 104 47 117 88 56 88 56 84 58 81 56 5 Nimbas .. 6 54 82 55 18 32 25 42 14 86 17 29 6 Culbertson. 75 80 73 81 114 80 115 29 117 30 115 38 7 Sprigdale. . 52 54 46 54 61 39 60 35 62 37 659 8 8 Plentywood pollitg place 1 67 39 52 34 46 25 48 21 49 19 51 S2 8 Pleatywood polinag place 2............ 9 6 4 13 12 4 13 8 12 5 18 a 8 Ple.tywood polling place 3 2 9 2 7 8 8 11 10 8 1 9Poplar........ 44 10 16 36 41 7 37 12 41 7 40 9 10BaggyCreek....................... 1 2 4 17 18 2 21 1 30 1 11 illwomaa........................ 6 5 ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 November 1912

M MmWIWD ras a MELiSSA DOSS NOT CARE POR CALLOW YOUTH. "Tan a ma't tal mel" saM Mrs. MenrriwM' mataraml maMe. mast Jane, WAssaaa DIm. Meiwai bali back the loome imaee ci her toe swn with eag hand white dhe pared with the ether, a moeemaat wanos displayed the bea taes of her arm- and head, Iterally, to admiratlam. It was a pity that so oa. but Asnt Jeaw was premmat. At the same time, Mrs. MmrrlwM's erum -rM ime able bueay sad sei gl sled s that Ase aplilMi the tea. "Very well, dears" as mid, "I won' teWa ys." "He aade spaMag," declared Aunt Jeana rabbing her ame~ as she had a haMt ot dcing whea vaeed, "ami you do te," ae aidei. "Why. hems am a batt And yoa, yam are- "Conta am yer amg.rs," sweted Mrs. Kertwli. "TYo wcat have to wrinkle up yeaw orehad as mauch Or Il tall ype, to save trouble. Pam tweatyreght If I'm a day." "You're thirty," mappei Ant Jama. "'ade b isat much over tweaty." "But be's large for his ssm." said Mrs. MertiwMd, dimpling. "lfs feat and ever. And you =oft amiit ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 November 1912

IW GIRLS MAY AVOID FERIODIC PAINS 1w Eupedme.e of Two Girls IMe Ialated For The 8 m it of Otheru. USekster. N. Y.-"I have a deg. Me 1$ yeses eM who haq always been esey healthy indl recently whe Ashe npininuidetdinimess and cramp every tier . b had that I would have to keep be fmeem school and put her in bed "Aftah giving her only two bottles ot ) B N. Pinkham's Vegetable C0m dheib now enjoying the best of Mat.I mannot praise your Compound see bf. I want every good mnother red what your medicine has done for my thild."-Mrs. RICHARD N. DUNEAM, 611 Rachaage St., Rochrtt r. N.Y. Stostaville Ohio.-" I suffered from heeadshes, backache and was very irreg ular. A friep4l ad vised me to take Lysia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pouni, and before I had taken the whole x i of two bottles I T found relief. I am only sixteen years old, but I have bet. )ter health than foe 1 itwo or three years. I cannot express my theaks for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabie Compound has done for me. I had takes o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 November 1912

PALMISTU ATTENTION. be--Do you think that big bands aen a siga t genmerosity? He--S ; the generosity of as RASH WAS MASS OF SPOTS 811% Washington St., alt lake City. Utsh-"I was Stat alarmed by an Itchy feeling all over my arms nad p rash of tiny spots canme out. The Wash was a mass of spots Ilike measles and developed into runing sores. The itching was terrible and I would scratch something awful. I tried a treatment but it availed not. I then decided to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment. After the Sist application the Itching stopped wonderfully. The cure which followed was a marvel to me for I thought I never would get better. This was three years ago and I have as clear a sain as nay one may wick. Cuticura Soap and Ointment eured me entirely." (Sigead) Miss Kate M. Dobson. Mar. 13. 1912. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold throughout the world. Sample of each free, with 22-p. absn Book. Address poestcard "Cticura. Dept. I4 Bosten. Adf Many a boy has acquired some very good habits by no...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 November 1912

The Searchlight. Satered N &y 21 19ges . Jecod-Class Nasser. Posterace at Cau'erts .n Mont Under Act oa Coar- ~ f '11, FRANK S. REED. Editor anl I roptrictr Terms--a advance. per year c, Advertising Rates. very reas-r. . will be Ifirniahbd 0, application at 't'"c' TIE FIRST REPUBLICA\ PAPER STAITED IN VALLE1 CO., MONT. After a short aid. : 1:0' trial in New York city. *t p the Blood," "Lefty Lout'. i 'itu'1 and **Dago Frank." the it unmer. charged with the murtb r I Her man Rosenthal, wer, 1l fu n'td guilty of murder in the n:r-t U',r'e on Tuesday of thus et r i Tfe-e were the four men that c.:rried out the instructions of Li tit Charles Becker, who instigated the crime. and has also been found guilty of first degree murder. Tii'- electro cution of these five itun. which will surely follow, will wind np one of the most famous graft cases in police circles that the world has ever known. Graft is becoming unprofitable, ungentlemanly and t even dangerous. The Searchlight is giving ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 November 1912

ISPECIAL 30 DAY REALI ESTATE OFFERING I * 3,204 acres wide and, two-thirds agricultural, bal. : graing, situated 12 miles from Sidney, Mon * tana on Great Northern cutoff. Per acre $12.50 640 acres, six miles from Culbertson, Montana, on main road, all bnoed and under cultiva tion; good buildings, well and windmill. : * Prie per acre - - - $25.00 * * * * 130 acres, three miles from McCabe, Montana, * best black loam soil. Price per acre - $20.00 * * * * 160 acres, wild land six miles from Blair, Mont. * good well, and log buildings. Per acre $10.00 * * * 160 acres, four miles from Culbertson, 76 acres * under cultivation, all fenced and cross fenced, * * up-to-date 8 roomed house, barn, chicken house, root house, granary, fine well and " windmill. Price per acre - - $27.50 320 acres, 12 miles from Ellendale, N. D.7 miles * from Silverleaf, house 24x24, barn 82x40, * * * * chicken house, artesian well, telephone con- " nections, rural free delivery. This is a well improved farm in ev...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 November 1912

TheSearh lght FRANK , E, Publisher. g*uLDETSON. MONTANA The relt eare Is now offered to the baseball has tree of charge How do you like w:r !.' as a verb? We rather admiratwe.. it. its a dull Sunday paper :h. e days that doesa t exploit some ... a dancer In the time to dome the r.Y"' avi* ator will be arrested for disot. deny conduct. The man with the outr : knees is the street cars is a got i r.\al of the end seat hog. We may have the stir!. honey bee, but the political t, u. keep Its stinger forever. A western man says it ;.,ssible to dress well on $V-6 a r He l ie doesn't refer to women. A Chicago pedagogue atts girls taught cooking instead of -irs [let be married one of his 1-,i"1 "A spade is not an In. ement of wealth," says a Penns lr.t~la labor 1 leader. It Is, it it ill a ":h That Cornell professor w I , predicts , another glacial epoch must be having serious trouble with his furnac e And if there were no world's series of games how would our baeiball play- t ens break into ...

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