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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 December 1912

"A!MhSt MIpp; New Year to Ail." VOL. XL NO. n.... CUL3E*TSON, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTA*A, FRIDAY. Dec. z, agas. gge !lu YAR The Spirit of CHRISTMAS [ is stirring in our store :3 IC NOT ONLY IN NOVELTIES " r BUT HUNDREDS OF PRAC- t TICAL ARTICLES, FOR ALL YOUR RELATIVES A N D FRIENDS. AT WHATEVER PRICE YOU MAY CHOOSE c TO PAY. OUR LINE THIS YEAR IS MORE COMPLETE THAN EVER BEFORE AND THEY WILL SOLVE YOUR " GIFT PROBLEMS THE MO MENT YOU SEE THEM. TOILET SETS-Ebony, Ivory, Circassion, Wall o ut. Romanesk, Gold SA-" ish, $3.30 to $2. -, * * JEWEL BOXES-Gold * * and Silver finish, also Parisian Art Silver, $1 i 0 to$8. 0 * FANCY STATIONARY I0c to $3.00. "" SMOKING SETS - Sac " 0 to $2.80. * * MANICURE SETS-Keen * Cutter Line, all guaran teed, $1 to $6. NECKTIE RACKS-lv 0 ory rings with mirrors, 0 Mexican hand carved * leather, metal with loath er strap, SOc to $2.80. SHAVING SETS-In fan- I cy boxes, also silver cups with brushes, Sac to $4. Children's Sets Silver 0 Knives and Forks lI meat bo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 December 1912

The SearhMight FRANK S. RED, PuMishme CULSERTSON, MONTANA Notwithstanding the di ath records aviators continue to cut loose on a spiral glide. A Chicago man went to jail rather than eat hash. 5ome things are worse than prison. A specialist says that mondern dress to killing women. Well, they're dressed to kilL The compositor who set it up "the high cost of loving. is. of course, a skinflint bachelor. Wisconsia hanters found a thirty pound mushroom, or in other words enough to kill a regiment A Corean bride Is obliged to remain absolutely silent on her wedding day. That's becease It's her last opportu. nity. A cent a day Is all it costs a man to live in China. But In t ot rejoice. A half-cent a day Is all a man can earn. A Texas woman left 1161.0.00 to aid In the support of old maid. But will any woman step forward to claim a share? Army avlators have Invented a noiseless aeroplane. ft-t what Is needed more Is one that will stay right side ap. The twenty-five most beautttiu words hav...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 December 1912

6b - daqa TWbi d Mi. asks fDa wisadd maa. ýfsI c Kod ir idne adle benh ?.z.., K W ml sbey Velweeft h. tm swe to te nt wa o ee.wM~s. 7test f rh test.. In -Vl ODOM b~s bites f MIsr~ .a t. bs usr is. sots DOAN'S ýýºIL iT mvincs .tUwle.>a SUN11L.?s Ua1 *1E 'el.. Sueoessful. "Is he a very successful surgeon?" "Very. Nearly all of his patleets 31ve long enough to pay their bills." CASTORIA.a sate mad sere remedy tor lafants aed ehlurem. ad see that it Mesats the Ulgmatures 4GQAI Ki Chidrea Cry for Fletcher's Otorls Gender. A woman teacher was explalning gender to a grade of young children as vielters eatered. They begged her to eatimee. as they would be de lighted to hear the children's replies. "Children," she asked. "what Is 'girl' 'woman. *'man?" One little hand was so eager, she appealed to the owner proudly. "Well. Artle?" "OGrls Is females, woman Is a male and man's a human bean."-Judge. Two Gueaeeg. "WeR," said the proud father as the doctor entered the room, "what Is it-a boy 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. — 13 December 1912

* Sys' ** SU ITS; ** 0"' * an S * * i G " ond * "" * *' * S * S * * * Subrsn otn * * * S@****************** IPIONEER LIVERY BARN Livery, Feed & Sales Stable Horses and Cattle For Sale. " " Day and Night Service. Telephone No. 7. 0 0 * : Tony Minnehan, Proprietor. Culbertson, - - - Montana. $***********************"""*""""""""*""i :"""**""""****"***"""*****"***********"i ' CHRISTMAS GIFTS I * * * * 0 W~E are ready to show our line of * Christmas gifts which has nev * * *" er been more complete, suitable for every member of the family: * * * TOILET CASES MANICURE SETS, HAND * * * * BAGS, MIRRORS, FRAMES, SCISSOR SETS, * * * PICTURES, FANCY STATIONARY, MILl- : TARY BRUSHES, JEWEL BOXES, CLOCKS, * * * Toys of All Kinds, Fancy China, Cut Glass, * Etc.. ranging from Sc to 525. Buy early : while the assortment is good. We will store * until Christmas. VALLEY DRUG SIORl $* A. W. lluxsol, Prop. Will Give You Prestige A bank account will give you * prestige you sever have enjoyed before. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 December 1912

Bakery and Confec- T Vt your Candy and * B IIILD Pastry Goods for tionery Goods the Xmas Table from " Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Con an Nation- " CAFE& BA ERYCongress and Nation o'nal Candles, Always * Doughnuts Feh Fresh. 2 Cigars and Tobaccos Maltby Bros., Props. Culbertson, Mont. Fresh Bread Every Day 6 *I Roy Evans was up from Bainville Toes day R. O. Leake is in his oeice nearly every day now. bet went to Gleodive today on ogal busianes. N. C. Jeas., who has a lee claim snorth of Calbertson. will go to La Cross. Wis., to speed the holidays with relatives. Miss Grace Gregory of Lakeside, has been speeding a few days in Celbertson visitleg Mrs. Bert Bowers mad other friseds. Mrs. H. M. Smith has resigned her posi tion as bookkeeper at the Tanner & Best store, sad Mrs. Jeanse is now holding down the job. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCormick and chiliree left Tuesday sight for Greet Falls to seek a eew location Frank has given up his position at Outlook. I...........e*e*eeeee***********...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 December 1912

wte -.1 T'0g poW for all by Calmast. WV dally MeIa millions of kitchens has p-ed that Calemet is highesotaol caly la pftbit'athabt wismwgpowraswel--a= btfllagltfale-pare to the extreme-sad weoederfaly ennoomieal in use. Ask your Uair. And try Calnmet nest bake day. RZCIVD IWGHEST AWARDS Yrse e se e one aw..mae de n,.S - ces*weiqed'. &ma Se .hI.L 8., Calin.. h's senem smembest-sees whin.aes - goa seead CltanAed leewu seas Gifts A JI.t Useful Pse**at oe You mad Yours !he s e uar m dand. W the *sl.* d emaleae s .mands.m.' and .abs tams and enaeeasf..al Wasmemo agaise eambs this pe she sameded at til -Yi auiaey um Ahe we Maly sad erw LI.R r fl..t wm.as.m~ hw amnY. "Thsa hsThat Fats Every Hand* MaUd4-Order Kind. "My wife Is always bringing home as mesh teetbpowder.' complained a ama the other day to a friend. "It'a a wast Ot money. As for me I just twh the bathtub cieanscr and scrub sat teeth." Yhe pair were walking down Chest &a diedg sad his companion stopped to saameseat "What...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 December 1912

Vitally Imprtant to Mst Him at NIn. O'Cl.k at trn. Englhhltler SYNOPSIS. Oeorge Ptvdv ie. viol garmadent of the tus Jonua rimes am orowed by h ew mthersn Mrs p o an S a nr o re e wrbi r a p rids e w o tom withamt*M thet aee" esl ANN th Nea Ter Era, * o b an she " sa amesorel a~w týhhoseve g80. whe1n. se tas tecJasa tb Seeteo haia lbetao ýbeas" latame he h t*re. hawsed n frs ae o P rtia rturbn, toa Jo ese. s aw" boertowed bt ber etAera. Mrs Chesosse appear. to be ewgaged sm s nyastertlousenfterpftis unkmowm tlb dal Rthew eamiy s* aAd Aems ae thoem amss. a Coecera wblch for a guise wit sauykmde a t ai advetature to oe ft'e Chad. i ber brother. Ma* thsban. Wallacend sad nuse. - iamted Romauce an Aivesatue oa~peny a ritk enterprie-i-hag o- Mhtse aeran kowasn sola v1t besdtg to marry Prue r bea aye dal e she wst med permit t graarer sai tegew eomei saSrne a bme. Theasmie atee. os'tter eWv York. I. the n as m ou bat be Ib Mae*~ Sartbon,. beeper ofIbe b eegqtow----am rol Ewes. re.. tiees M...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 December 1912

Business Directory 8o 8...oO@@O.eee****O C. JOHNSTON. M. D. Physician and t` Surgeon Office Is the New ,lourcheme h 'eack. h Culbertson, Montana HARRY H. DALE ; Attorney At Law Oglee in rear of Citisenas State Bank a cusess, ua Mea P... .i...I. ' C.. r.. . . . . . . . . 1 U. S. lead .tt.e John Iurly ATTORNEY At L AM tilasgaw eiu.eaar Harl Meet. bIust, N~f l Dakota ot c *.....@.............. T.W. COLLINSON M. D. PHVSICIAN a SUROtlEI Culbertson, - Montana' "*.***************** . W. Ortschled Watch, Cluck and Jewelry RepairinK All Work Warranted Ct Lb1KTt(N' MIONTANA Lodge Announcements IMUWEL. I.ti~twl:. \ " . I . &. A. ut .-rt, the .erofwl~l adf~urt t, \louidaT of serb sa.umb. at "u clock ii'. a. it,luI r hell. J(i-tUn e k rrtt ef t a H. Lb I.IU.JMI. et*. ..n. ARC. .IAbaaa.M ýet..b..eano... a ..d Ia n rbda)- of tater t~e~buaa'b ci ". . a-1."k it,.. In Masoniuc SMIP Vatl M4111.!!,. L' .Luttto.WM ~ H IDES FURS. B.UERGMAN&CO. ST. PAUL, MINN. Detdhw.i with the lar..t ac itad. etg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 December 1912

S.'I b!c jarrIj.gt VOL.Xi. L N. cr CU.ERSONU , VALLEY COUNTY. IONTANA. FRIDAY. De. iD s, D 9c. * . .oo PER YlA The Spirit of CHRISTMAS I Is stirring in our store NOT ONLY IN NOVELTIES BUT HUNDREDS OF PRAC TICAL ARTICLES, FOR ALL YOUR RELATIVES A N D FRIENDS. AT .WHATEVER PRICE YOU MAY CHOOSE TO PAY. OUR LINE THIS 'YEAR IS MORE COMPLETE THAN EVER BEFORE AND THEY WILL SOLVE YOUR GIFT PROBLEMS THE MO MENT YOU SEE THEM. TOILET SETS-Ebony, Ivovy, Circassion, Wall nut, Romanesk, Gold na ishb, $3.80 to $23. JEWEL BOXES-Gold and Silver finish, also Parisian Art Silver, S1 to S. FANCY STATIONARY 10c to $3.00. SMOKING SETS - c3k to $2.80. MANICURE SETS-Keen Cutter Line, all guaran toed, $1 to $6. NECKTIE RACKS-Iv ory rlangs with mirrors, Mexican hand carved leather, metal with leath er strap, 30o to $2.80. SHAVING SETS-in fan cy bomes, also silver cups with brushee, 3S to $4. Children's Sets Silver Knlves and Porks In msat bones at 7kc to $1.80. Hand Bals-41 to $6. Prame--3c to $2.30. Mirrors...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 December 1912

The searchight FRANK S. REEDU, Publisher. OULiERTSON. MONTANA Pbotball to a great educator fur those wh recover. Pootball Is not yet as dangerous a eport as aeropilalag. Aueomobiles are sainga lots of mes from being CIras to their horses. The new $10,000 bill is said to be a work of art. And high .-t t that Joubtless the Krupl wrrks could also make money manufactrilng plows It is possible to live on one cent a day In China. But who wants to live In Chta? Speaking of women's hatplin as deadly weapons what about the wom an's umbrfa? It is observable that the man who spells them "pyjamas' brores with a decided British accent When the aviation (rat' etrikes but ter and eggs, then the., ;e=rton of fly Ing high becomes serih,.. The man who mir.se th~ waistcoat stripes In the morninl t ould suspect his wife's new tailor-mande. gown. A Chicago judge h:,s d. Ided that Joud snoring is not a crtu1.. very well, ;et's call It just a nom. t!,n.-anor. Powdered wigs may I. i.rtty, but their histori...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 December 1912

O1O DAs ], OD i{ OI I__yGo~o o a ' ,CD THE BIG STOR E THE STORE OF THE CHRISTMAS SPIRIT Has made every effort to make it a Christmas long to be remembered. Come in and see how well we have anticipated your wants. Never in our history have we been able to show such an enormous variety of hol. iday goods and at such reasonable prices, values such as you would expect to get after Christmas, but coming early this is one of the pleasant surprises that belongs strictly to The Big Store as a result of its prestige and leadership. It will be profitable for both of us if you come in and just look around. * Ladies' and Children's Suits and Overcoats . 4.. Coats 1 EAR a fashionable PALMER COAT for Christmas. THE man who knows buys PRINCETON Our line is still very complete embracing every CLOTHES MILLER MADE. When you go clothes bunting come In and se us. Some cloth. thing that is new and uptodate in all the most lers might fuss over explalaning the whys and wanted fabrics such as Plush, Caracu...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 December 1912

The Searchlight. _ . .-- - latarad May zt. £gO9. a a cOnd--Cls Maher. PFoat.ia z Caultr t'ol MOnt tinder Act et Congee s t March 9. 1879. 1TRANK S. REED. Eoit.r n I'r..prletor. Tr-o*-Iln advance. per year ... 2 .Adertising Kates ver% rea>on.t,'" llt be flrnished on application - tth- ,ice. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STAITEB IN VALLEY CO., MONT. A Non-Partisan Conven tion. The Searchlight vd",t l had a talk recently with s vr.,i ieadling men of the Progres,-,, palt) in thta vicinity, and they wt re o: the opin ton that a non-partl: ;i' . ~ ton should be called to mle t at some agreed point in the pr ,pt .ed new county of Sheridan for tl.. purpose of placing a non-part-a~i 'lr corn hination ticket for count' officers in nomination. Tl,ls ould elimi nate all partisanship ,li party Ieeling from the cam., .,t.'an and the contest could center oin the coun ty seat proposition ;lon, We also intervirew,-, ., eral of the leading Republicean a .!1 nem c,,rats of Culbertson. a:ti tl.,- plan ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 December 1912

uCIal llappq. I '"U'fl- «. . . LWames ipa wmu is 6" U*s Maas Ot Pitmepwm was kaw -es Messky. K. M. 3d . d Paisme war is se amte m d- a he i. Jim h rl idPmepr was Is Cmlbesi. -_ Mamd. Lm this wets. d Hmmd OhMe ma H e Wdi n.. m0 dt K.Md vMised Cdbsteesm et Miadmy. et ier d pp - emo she U ssM *es Wedaeday o uosw his paper ier -,n pint. A. l. C eisml , 1 Charm Ceshk. wasr is tom lt hemeday, lelking isher hie baul mes ileassese bhee. Mm, arte. aimNs, aisseerds. Cams aum H. H. rith, a of As slope. wer Clbesutml vihlear lNt Memday. Joha A. Davis. eme m the rsady elem od sepessaatves of Vamey Coaty. was Ia woe rer Plmetwemd Maoday. Chris Kael of Chad~ Cek let telay as N.e a Gr Lem Roek, Wis. a visit the aid libs at hoam dmarg thi holidays. C. S. W.des, the mimatic brner livi.g abkat Ive ailes morth l tow. was her Wudesamy ad d thi Smea8cklit a Mrs. C. G. Wilse. who has a fN fabrn a short diseases east of sow. called a tshi mms yesterday to resew bet sobe.riptles for amother year. G. H. Cull...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 December 1912

THROUGH THE YE W.D.Pc NNYPACKEiCI º Cecy' jt 191'2. by A.ene isei Ao.P e . THE ni ht is still, Save for the clinking of the froen snow. As a lone wagon coming from the town, Laden with produce and a host of toys, Wends its way slowly o'er the silent hill The moon ia creeping from behind the tress That skirt the pond and make a border wide I And beautifu. and strong about its edge As thror gb the fluttering branches of the fir That hang in garlands, spangled with their coes, Its shimmering beams in streams as of a web Spun by a spider, spread them to the west And lighter, lighter ever grows the night. And ever brighter grows that plain of white. Scarce broken in its high piled, ample drifts. Now and again from out some gabled roof A chimney points its capping toward the skies And soft gray smoke in mystic circlets pours, Soon to be lost in the evasive night. Snug in his wagon, drowsy with the spedl Of the unusual stillness of the night. Wrapped in his furs and wearing heavy gloves, A...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 December 1912

1* - b*-Er. - e. pu ew.whatm a ie4 . pailm btt Mr. mwa-Wall, at *r*** I iem t Low w h arf bt s when I mt ter a ms' weer I woea't be a Mt aurpewb tr dteuvak dat t w a s ris -rbl. B. 1 am afsaLd." sid Senator sorg hum, "that the altereetion . whl I have became Involved must be more er Men obesure to the easual listenr. "About al you have both said lately I YT're another.'" Te. And we have said It so cite. hat I a afraid noboady remne emactly what either of us was t- being. In the Brst place." aDr. Tlnee'se Ples as li es emea. e easea asade. e Adv. It's easier to persuade a mae tI stead aloee thea It is to induce him to stand a loan. 3-p. Wmtew ' sabr alsylr.p fe. Ctbae e-., .sham the su., p.5 5.n 5 elm,anaympsse.esmwslaie.o5h.ne. b.Wmsh Pardoa others often, thyself never. -Publicus Byrus. The Wretchednes of Constipation CARTER'S U1.lUL UIW . PUI 5I bseadaImaute. Thedretkrds aML su.m1uML nm.a sasLWuJ Gems e ,m. ber Sisnau W. N. U., AROO, NO. 51-191. Farjo Directory M YOour HI DAMLY ~in...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 December 1912

Business Directory C. JOHNSTON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Oflic lath % w Courch a .Block. Culbertson'. :ontana ..@@@OSOS@*00000001 Prucilm'. I aI and Welore U. S5. Is- , t,.c John burly All. si el:' I h14N (ilasgow Pprti rl" %4,11h LiO..r I'rajttrd* ati Me Mo fwast. North 1iokat' ............O0000001 T.W. COLLINSON M.D. " PHY51(:1A S11RUL.lr .Culbertson. - Montanla *eýýee**g ee 0060 0000 G. W. ()rtschied Watch. t:Ick.k and Jewelry All Work Warranted Lodge Announcements I To" I. 'l '... ' I \;. . I. & A% % " ,.,1 b. at " "" "I"' 1, \lº.,l lh· 11\11 ",11 it,15 fir I ~~ r. ,." ' ' ,~* c. l L~ -ar~ L*··'.' Ti II· IiH~na \W IfI -r.1 u" I" ,. -. ARhu .da) A%,. f Ia I ~I I ii l.t a I I i, Ii \:, li... .@000000000* ***d I~~~~~~\ NlI" .j. a~l a a TI, t" .- 1 ' . \~. i " ..1t I .' uii.rI fla S-.k. ri.l .' 00 ,.-.*fl l'hrdi Y ""fl. A. a b-llP TolS Itmal'$ . st I',"11 ,r ". I , Iic. . a d ld..tbamr W M. 1.101 1 It ý"ý" . 'r ear V itlL Iii ý; Eacl t1. ,I~··t t ·, ,1 \l I l;.rrt t d I.I~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. — 27 December 1912

) ib&eearcIjtligbt VOL. iA NO. 0 CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, Dec. 7. Igas. $s.oo PER YEAR allSTMAS ThEE Thu prsea eesem sumisry sensel Amsto eas Was a M.me. The Preibyterian Church was crowded to the doors as Chriatmas two as view th b.utiful Tee of all Tiams .ad partaue of its boasteous sad va-gsed frait. A lee peagrsm. ceesistiag of recitasioas sad eags breathing the Chulstqaes spirit, by the Suaday Schoel pupils. The little tots all did spkaedidly, relfectig decided credit pues Mrs. J.W.Chass, Miss Dan., Miss Kavamaugh and Miss Ida Slstte, who drilled them is their parts. Miss Sleut acted as or gtw sad Mrs. Chase as prompter. By special request Mrs. W. Mathews gave ae of her popular readings that never fail to plese. Seats Cleus was expected to he preseat but lastead seat a message by whales sayiag that he had bemen detalsed by as accident to one of his reladeers. He promised faith fully to he with as nset Christmas. The Tree was them deauded ot its fruit by 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. — 27 December 1912

The Searchlght FRANK S. REED, Peblisher. SULSERTSON. MONTANA Swine breeders have produced a blue pig. A Poland China. most likely. When the farmer comes to te n in his auto he makes the city chap step Ilvely. Will some one kindly stet' to the front and explain why is tb' word "classy"? The "chicken lip" is the latest so eiety dance. Sounds more like a new kind of a drink. Many divorces, It must te ded. are exemplifications of the oad 'ayin, "Easy come, easy go." The Japanese are rating beef so that they'll grow tall. Probab y be lieve the price will aid. Masculine fashion plats ¶:.terest nobody No one even a a;neo at them if he can avoid it. A teacher says she bel:etEs in rul ing children with love even :t It has to be applied with a ruler A Columbia university professor says that vacations are nt. r - c. ssary. Neither are some professors The automobile may be the ambi tiona goal of many, but the horse skow still draws the clothes A prominent aviator has reo^tructed an aeroplane th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 December 1912

fit.~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - º \--ý ._.; _ -..- s _- r, - __-. .r._ ýýý. ý" _ ºº " " " "ý.` _ýý -_-.ý-..-ý'i. .., .h". ". .. r Arat. ±-% of a "ee , drabs ladsº b^.undaegms a - "..-- __ _________- -_'ý - -r _.~_ -r i -º_rr i a "ý ý r._ýý _ý,ý\,y-fr=. rr..1=`_rrr __- --. -"-.fi rr rrr.ýý"n"C'i "--r"ý . t Ril RATES UHOED PARCEL FOST SYSTEM b esnument Goes Into Business of Transmitting Mhrcmauiwe Through the Mails. MW LAW FULLY EXPLAINED Country S1ided late Zeoeo and Units fee Perpese of Fixing Charges fea Carriage-No Package Weigh. log More Than ileven Pounds Is Mailable--Anything Properly Wrap. ped Which Will Not injure Other Mail May M Sent. By EDWARD S CLARK. With the congag of the New Year the United States government will ea ter into a new ield of enterprise the transmittal of merchandise by what is known as the parcel post. For years there has been a demand or such a system of Inexpensive rnsmittal of packages. The camps of favor and disfavor of the parcel post scheme have bee...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 December 1912

IA F1REBRANDH I How it %% as Thrown Be tv twer Iwo Girls Boo EMA ALDRICH Mulridge was tine of to who art s-i dead set an tile': -ais t ..at they are liable to ot r:. :ieti tlhin 1 selves. He was so an ti - i et ri iI that be wouldn't uiarr" . ti "*" peasfe of a famt) wouid . t.t 'i acat oplisbing ,t ob.ljewt ifieli lie bad accumulated a furtits he twin i himself without a chiek It a bihtd a the world to pJs. It oin t.' It was a 'tileadid prot.erty. cut-1ý11ttinC I houtea iafd lands lie .n-te 1 If hr iii a son be might be mtii,-,ted dnrmii. his last days tea' bins; tie ai) bitt to taLe cure of it and at tis. death t ee t pass into the postrsslttn of baa us. w flesh and blood. Bat. not having a nou or a child at all. he set himslelt to make anuel pri I vialon as would insure tfe passage ti his est-ite to One of bhi tietets If ht had had a nephew he would have aift It to him But be badn't a nephew aid of bhi two nieces. one the dantt. ter of his slater Ann %%as, but tv.eltt the ithter,...

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