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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 October 1909

Melt Watemal Dews VaIe wsa ittoss Seassenr and timeseS a aseemear datsh Searseligi. be Andrew LAsss, et Degart .a WIN i u.hwded meV weesab Jed teeana -b I was e.. ha, Deve Bershia, whe livee e the sn Srv i Be sam abe* t t m so aurihwast of C4 beastse, wee Ia tows teeedey. Ceesey Answerny Dipne was i tows as yesterday aohisg aen the Jehasne-OoeS toe rubbery case, repurted ia the SeaeIht RI last wek. wI iham Jul Eflampted. the humlbermce UMaer.b hes a lie sew sack of fhI1 and wE wister ge sad duskes to let the pmph h haowhabot it. See her ad o this pp. E The Good Shepbsd OeIn el seat t* mrerow. (Satsrdey) falensoo a 3 o'ckeh at the raudmes Mrs. 1.W. W.enesmn. A All members sad persees latsested is the FI Guild work are aureetly requsted to be M present. a C. S. Staoisd sad 0. H. Celter we. m termed yesterday from Helesa whete they wer meabes of the reseptios 'commstee ei to meet Fsealdest Taft sad pury. Owing O to lack of apspe we cn easly make this w brief mestlos this week l Dr. Van...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 October 1909

mis which yielded-a good e but tot yet tdtahbed ' He asbeemibod tfelSahlight. Olaf Randahl is another pros 96e10s new setler wlo desitel the Seatehletr for uews dernag the long *later evemings, He will break forty gcres nest sprang. Teddy . Tedag, well known in Culbertios, bas a coal mine on the oseth bank of Medicine Lake and as employing several miners. He has a good thing. Seaday morning was warm, bright and beautiful and about 8 a. e. we took the road for Plenty wood. After leaving the town of Med icine Lake the cultivated look of the country changes and has more the appearancc of the old time ranch country, except along the Big Muddy river, where thousands of tons of hay can be seen in the stack, with an occasional field of das, oats or wheat. Very few fenced farms are seen between Medicine Lake and Red stone except along the river and there are thousands of acres of un developed farm land on the beaches east of the river. We reached Plentywood about it o'clock Sunday morning a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 October 1909

4W _ WPM cV~fL, VAIJ'Y coffl. a.>A RY O ý y, rlr8, g St.. PER Y a -y ] m ý *m ct. ''' 'ý: ~b' "R ý! y ,'cý .. ý. . '+ý.y ; ,r x . 'ý" ...( V~t~at? CO !" .' iA, FRDAY. OC. 8, *0 . $2 We Ilhe the agency for the MIotiit Green Hiouse -and wIli tt e to get flowers on sehrt notice.. VALLEY 0DRUS' G. A. W. Hutsel, Prep(rsor * Th.etllhuritt * As r Vh 1 hbed coat. The toiRage for. wood.o coal.. * The Royal Cook for wood or goal. • The Royal Lignite Heater In Hot Blast and : A carload of these stoves just received. By i Sabhlppistltoves .i carload lots a savlng is made * * In freight which. makes them cheiiper to the 3 S buyer. 0S. N. M N TtAme HiRWARe A+Q FURNtR URe MAN St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOTS Iar. PoW BaSN P9os. Everything New and-Jp-to-Date. Pine airy Culbertson, - - Meat ITY DRAY LINE: Ls. B. 8OHOW. PROP. Dra lag Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. ULBERT.SON. MDONTANA Mbney to Loan on Ihiproved FARMS I Drafts on all foreign colatries. Safety Deposit bames tlsr 'et. Stea...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 October 1909

he .SearchHight. Oier Mey acs. m . as s a Ftr3*A 1. RED. BNitor sd PTrpd, r. m-- Dvrse, pery ........ w be as appioss at bs ces. TIE FIRST REFIDUCAN PAPER STARTS IN VALL.EY Cl., MONT. The Searchlight has competent authority for the statement that no lots will be sold in the Plenty. wood townsite until some time next spring. As for the Medicine akL-e townsite every thing is "up an the , air." Aa option has been taken on land belonging to R. P. Bow man and another on a piece be longing to Athur Charlesworth, but the townsite may not be lo cated on either plat. In the mean time a decision as to where the townsite will be located will be re served until some time next spring when the lands .a the vicinity may be reopened for filing. Then a -r .nquishment might be recieved o. a quarter that would suit the ra. way company, which would then be scrapped and platted. So at this writing there is no telling within a radius of four miles where the new townsite of Medicine Lake will ultimately 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. — 8 October 1909

Tuet yr eor e '.. wt leud as te farm," Is a goodm mtta The raasmew farm where the sheep are sWeis m t. The wa to eor the blr l to have same klad at eibit thre. Oars am be to rpe for puttlag in the all. Guard against it, Csr a dens gooseberry bushes it set out hn the tal should be well malethed. Mdser to eep the hogs healthy thema t Is to get them well after they are eaoe stu The drugery at the ram can be largetly euliatse by lsamang and Sysmatiunsg the work. What was dase with the aultivator after the et time through the oarm? IHope It was mt left out t weather. Whm dilag potatoes be sure they do not l lh the srou. They will tars green t they do and will have a bitter Da't let the sheep get wet. Takes a long time to dry out their heavy costs at eece. Provide shelter. It will pay you. Last call for the state, county or township fair. Of course you ought to attend. It will do you good and wife will enjoy it. If the sead Is not tio drained and is Inclined to be a little wet, plow an oc...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 October 1909

PRAM & AL P4t IIW la I ý 0, kl* --- -- --- -- - - - - - SOEWS NOTES CONDENSED A Mb hws bofd aser Iq Foreign. A pong woman conmmitted suidde - a ftrightful manner in Paris. Hav fag bad a quarrel with her lover, who isa lon tamer in a theater. in which three lIons are introduced in the course of a melodrama, the woman went behind the scenes and Ltrust her arm into the eage. The animals were wild with rage and with a few blows at their claws tore her head and breast to pieces. Harry Whitney of New Haven be Ileves that Dr. Frederick Cook found the pol.e and that Commander Peery did the same. In expreslng the be liet he said that he knows no reason for doubting Cook more than Peary. "Dr. Cook's story," he added, "seems to me truthful and probable. Nothing else would explain his twelve months' absence." benr Canalejas, a former minister and leader of the democratie group in the Spanish aortas, publishe a strong ry warded protest against the govern meat's retusal to restore constitotlo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 October 1909

- bat S.hediL a Om- A ,o b * , OM ses lme m pasI ukb ldeiba eara .es ' aq mg to g mN ees*ie heaitii' al t. - e .' Abes oh* (l to the gad) o em r lel do -e to !o t IN mn (te bamske, a big ser) m gom am1mo.im;eimms i Owiir to dl Imb attemptd ie' alDW raaue d Lebask. d l~er)to ties uma isv sIn~ me' vsn kiss as saw assaeadet aa* wea' t a -mo o3r.a I tili de isalaby lbel ha' hab t:ally esubaded es' 4. teoo d.eitahe oias.smes don' bueslaa am sea. far wbloe goou m lst, )ar am wv - whem smw, we nouh at a Mb a etivmesse Io the owa they "- hII t a .6m 4mm l isi leint, oMf beds dces a sa erto eas their stl.. hewm ri. lm. a tl .elas woald e eI l IF i ibsiry If preger atteanea was lrm to or eal the det meantiso hebs led ea*eotwblee as ue es ~-teagth to let , without thokbeloas se -904, Try Delaes stateh mam yea wil be ples mtty srpried at the ,epes gemsarmase ad y"N wedek Wemimem by Abeale. Dr 3rwmalu, the smlmet Phemh .t. t.l tatletolsa has shows that tabhs oamns is twice as precleat aoag the r...

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 October 1909

p-u of ifse losws what tea s au Wms tarm hands vsem3a -as at rue they eat wn they wrat wýJ l. Sr r a tood suesual= about eed eg 11 bands. ate them peIaty at Qaeer Oats. A big dish of uater Oats porridge with sugar and cre a milk i- the greatest break fast t the world for a ma who needs vigor and strength for a laong days wtt. The man that eats Quaker Oats pletifullU and cites is the man who does god work without excessive fa tigue. There Is a sustaainin quality In Quaker Oats not found in other foods, and for economy It is at the head at the lst. Besides the regular sise 3eelages Quaker Oats is packed to lg sls faepily packages, with and wkthet china. I 'OI a Time Umitation. In ats at the reputation for latltu .inuaeism he gained from his early trial for heresy, the late Prof. Jowett of Oxed was intolerant of preten tiousness and shallow conceit. One selfeatis.ed undergraduate met the master one day. "Master." he said. "I have searched everywhere in all phil osophies, ancient and mo...

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 October 1909

,··_.. b·:-~iOWN Atuosey Pad Babas sanded aan is hSteew mWdmne , y. Cal. enbs. w Ia tiws WedLesday mnd jnd the hu bor . ell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles My.d the South Sie. a happy over the arrival el a baby git at their boe ae Weda.edey. T. A. Arts of Hometed wa a caller at the SeaMI t tet Friday. He - mewed his subscripatee to the paper. Mr. and Mr.Archie Curansm.the South SdMe. the happy partts of a baby bor, whieb arrived at their home Satardey, Oct. a. Mies Clara Derg has Acoepted as ouer faee her earmer teacher, Mrs. Babcock .t Mineaphe, teacher of plaea, ad will leave fr that city sore. Mr. sad Mrs. Jim McCoy were is fro their reach a the south side Wedneeday. They live searlloe Pas poatole, about so mile seeeedt t Calbertson. Mrs. W. B. Shaw, well known by old tbmer a Culbertsoe and Poplar. is now livieg at the Hollywood Hotel, Hollywood. Calif., having moved there recently from Seattle. A. W. Hasol the genial proprietor of the Valley Drug Store, wa setting up the cigars Wedaneday ...

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 October 1909

Dalle M Digher Hisf trpea Prmtuag Law. Th Ml g emerpe from the Winaisteo saewe . bedfie l setto a my Culbnrt Sp eplp. It wl beo rammbered that Maldaey satrtd seveal cmc, her ms yusag., bu drbpped them very msddely after a heated argumeat with sesalgeanimem in Calbertso: It wan wtth a god deal o grief that we reed a theOr Grand o. papers that oar good and at friead, Billiam Meloaey of Sldock had decided to so longer scorn wk The Stae had to may about aim, but to' and frth sad vehemandydaey the il ep ien sad demoumes the "allegator." We dsdnt think Millium Baloney would do it Jue that way. The State gives or old friend credit for eiacerity is what be says.. He so doubt believes there was same malice back of oear publication ef s mew item. Mr. Ma lomey is of that exitable temperament wheresm at is natural to feel that a friendly rebuke, a mild chiding by the way is a certaim form of enmity. He could's realise why the story saeuld be printed in a news paper just for the wholesome good o...

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 October 1909

O .C VOL. VWt?.I(..6CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY.. MONTANA. FRIDA.~Y OCT. 'a, _____ Sso E YA WALL State i4braryt No bettet time to paper your house than now. We carry Wall Paper in stock, all prices. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huxsol, Proprietor INEW STOVES1 " 6 "6 * The Elmhurst Base Burner for hard coal. * The Baltic Range for wood or coal. a * The Royal Cook for wood or coal. * The Royal Lignite Heater In Hot Blast and ordisary feed. I A carload of these stoves just received. By a "shly 14 s ves Ic carload lots a saying is made in I igi 'ick mhakces tbem cbeagper to theE6 MOEN THI HARQWARE AND FURNITURE MAN 4 SE Paul ijotel {NE4Rt T~i 1PPQT% 104, Pew 05115, Prep, Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. SOHOW. PROP. Drab Log Done on .qgt Notg at Reasonable Prices. QULJL.DRTSON. (DONTANA Money tQ Loan on Improved pFARMS ! Drafts on all foreign countries. Safety Deposit boxes for re¶t. 4teause#ip ti*is# to -a from all Poreiga Countries. The...

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 October 1909

The Searchlight. 3a3ene Ma7 at.s u. as Seomadems usMa. I\. emsma s< Ceahsrtd. Moat.. Uismr Act f Coins. .1 March 9. sa79 FRANK S. RBED. Editor amd Proprietor. Termns-Ia secs, par year .... $o2 Adarwing Rams. -y emsonab. will be foralabel on applimadam at this office. T ? FIRST REPUll.ICAN PAPER 3TAITEU IN VALLEY CO., MONT. The time for the meeting of the I Dry Farming Congress at Billings is drawing near, viz., Oct. 26-28. No other Crongress ever held in Montana, or even in the United 1 States, has awakened such a wide I spread interest as this one. Dele gates will be there from all parts I of the known world. The best and I most scientific dry farming experts will tell their exepr fences and a delegate from Cnlbertson, for in stance, will learn things at Billings that will bring him many dollars each year for the balance of his life in larger crops on his farm. Mayor J. Z. Bruegger has many exhibits from farmers in this vici nity that are being sent to Billings today. He will gc...

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 October 1909

T. Y 'a PLAW .M bus Vasgeie a pleat hesi to Destro ed era biUe TWlA" Oem" PhladMlhim, Pe.-bures should aemdaesa'e theu vesI wwt posaessso Plant mad use every .eot possible to destroy tbes that are oa a dameu - ehars a.r All pous stants are mot equ*a dr Iraseries to o persaos, nor to all forms at lb. Fer eaemple. tabl the asios or polses ty. peaUp it has ae epparem sseei n - hrses., maee ad. assts emtlm iti hvmes with -impealty. 3mt, as the sulms of a Jst ity at persess ft 3e wla v lig btewfty. a oe -eo are -0 Imsa t. There are two faube e-plants that Breay .ensehble m ." Thsr are known as the itsmate te6 death ep, The latter a be dde. Waished from the eomme ma by its White slli sad spores mad by its growing to woods lastead of In meadows, Death cup is the most pal emseus at the fleshy feast. Amersitll tle heliebore (known as itch weed). Is poi .nona, the seed be* bns especlally poisonous to paultry. Horses have bees knowa to be poI eased by set ts he testes; yet sheep seem to reJsh ...

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 October 1909

IEOUTA*AS CONDENSED A BE vms kf de TWar arnt E nes Scri ?shero f*r*ign. Ti ausg.Tse, president of the heard @1 Justice, has been appolnted grand eounsellor of the empire in usessea to Chang.Chicb-Tufa5 do. earned. An imperial edict Issued ealsgsee Chang-Lhich-Tungs gives him posthumous honors sad promotes his three sons. The Spanish camp, under Com mander General Sotamayer, was the hbiect of a surprise attack at 6 .'edock Is the morning by the Moors. The enemy was repulsed sad shelled eatil S oclock. The Spasiards lost two -es wounded. Henry White, the Amerlsa ambea .ide to France, has been gives a eave ot absenen, and accompanied by Mrs. White will sail on November s tit the United States, not to return. The preparations for the extension at Spala's eperations is Moreeco, is. wheing the semding at heavy rein' seeemesnt, are ereating inereassng eassiness is Paris. Mehammed All Mires, the deposed shab et Persa., sailed from Assail. on the Ossaun sea, a- his way to eslie ib Russia. .....

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 October 1909

s .. rý J Sml JY u m *-I` *ssmký eIe :h; ii A x its wr g 1 _ s is IM Ito 6,w !w 4 a r I s~b a be.'! sa.11 r, thaw ir au ou dot with t ahab. Rstbas. bMi bem alaw' minAi beIae btast los toe doots, bai lootteh lan9w selhm tbis Mimiv aw. foru k t -mN weer - 1airt "Of -us we eelilt't mat em fns eamit amsm Your Moo too .a owbeaWI "s tea sea pals e elm toemat5 'It t hat:;in sod of.esuawe 08 mldl You aD wous. mot you bemw,,uh mm.. 7o~ wh' :lr. i se1-io t1 - il otuss . "lea valvlln bas toab sho bath osu wise ate lwv is osutemrosi. "Yeus wiels. Matemsat.' e... ibes, moabIm Ism It eM.'lemu. hay Ubr is Shimi. we've haulo toe mosa w sih!ab Mr.Uw fiendim thou sum a Oas bsalgt baies the imiia osaMItolt141%se aduaitings we have Ma. Tbwdu~u to thauk that we lid bads oa biml. we,.ve s rrat .a vu abiu frees him. we we" tin ethe'lbo uta -R the .00 o the Dsals,:. he was uto abttee bbol s" Ifafu >t -sawbew. he surpi al Phihin Wee. sas Dombult to a violisut eusa la paye -ad bilio aeelated tee pam'be.m ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 October 1909

Old Oe-Ta bd t 4m'L why -sof war sh use d~ Weaeb - TOTAL LOSS OF .lI soem I nM $ M-n~ Wea Yap gyeiNi& Hrcume "e by H. Mi.eepNw Clew' and a Ssw Halt aream by Cutlew.. 41 "Abet two years ago I was etrubled wit my head being esaly. Shortly t ~al I had an attack at typhalth freer sad I was out of the me"pi ta guely two months when I Irst es g aged the less of hair, my scalp belag atIfle aly. I started to use daadrauf aies to me effect whatever. I bad j set-sib lost hope of saing any hair at alL I esuli brush it OR my sat 1 by the handfuL I was afraid to ewab It. But afterestag two akeset Cutl.* sure Soap and nearly a bon of Cotl ara Otatmet. the change was ar psisIsa My scalp is now elear sad healthy as could be and my hair thick. per tea ever. whereas I had my mind agede tp to be bald. W. F. Steaes, 181t sead St.. Plttsburs. Peas., May 7 ad ,> see w anq pe.. orr. nes Pns, same. A Steady Thing. pemeihims bad sene amsse wit 3 ad he bad asught the coemfrt oý Nettiasg his wet cheeks...

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 October 1909

a, . L. Loneas. at - mt. i ah Le, web Y tats W . Hiles the Waas Paper ad of the Valsy Deeg Ca. la tibo 1ame. laped waheresmeaest DmlnBs, ngeiesssd awits beeae Heet Aeeasly. Dr. Miler, was des froe M dsoies Las, yesmesday s his ADa. The sumee Hees will pos$dses t.s opaser rpper for the dame. wels Passs ta 34mb have m.ee ibteasa aeg - Mi ese ya eshbwe*t aM shoes. Jobs Saiag. of imdae..e, was ti ows Tueuady after a lead .f frelgtt ell tha I. M. Cosler d Poplar has a law iater - ting smemtsar mewahe to reaches is hi ad ths week. Thei wll a dane I. Tuarses Opera Han might. svery body ilaead. Good miel will be poseied. Opear supper at she Rvams Hoted. Mrs. E. C. Best hares teday for her heese iS Muiaeapella after a weeks visit with Mr. sad Mrs. 0. W. Taaser sed her sea. Purmam Beet. L.L Brak, R. E. Pacth sad I Coader were dows frea Poplar Tuesday so asead a directors meeslag of the Moet.s. Star Telephone Company. Mr. and Mr.. Joha Nel.it of Willbur., ar residing is Calbertso temporarily w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 October 1909

R. N. Anderson IiBLACKSMITHI SHOP I 0 (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) : Blacksmiths M! of all Kinds and : " Wood Work I : Horse Shoeing a Specialty ! Culbertson, - - Montana I : g ............ ee.*e ************.@... - THE - Ied Blacksmith Shop *EO. BALF 'r. Successor to Louis Johnson General Blackstnlthing and I Woodworking of All Kinds Horse Shoeing and Plow Work a Specialty. CULBERTSON, MONT. THE HARNESS SHOP Brenna & Schow, Props. A large stock of Harness, Horse Blankets, Rops, Whips, Halters, Bridles, Curry Combs, etc. Old harass repared and made to look like new. Culbertson, Mont. THE LONG STRIDES which we have made in the VIVO FLOUR business. are the results of our broad and honor able policy of treating the public, not as birds from whom every feather should be plucked. but rtuher as customers whose future welfare would be identical with our own success. In treating our patrons liberally, they bays returned like treatment many told. Ask your Grocer for Vivo. Hanson & Barzen Mi...

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 October 1909

77 :"- · " ., VOLi~..'n. .rpcur. .7. CU T SO , VAO "· rte, 4 i4Y\, OCT. 2*, tom. Historicajlibrap No better time to paper your house than now. We carry Wall Paper in stock, all prices. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W, Huxsol, Proprietor I.NEW STOVES I The Elmurst Base Burner for hard coal. The Baltic Range for wood or coal. " The Royal Cook for wood or coal. SiThe Royal Lignite Heater In Hot Blast and * ordinary feed. " A carlad of these stoves Just received. By a ; shipping stoves In carload lots a saving is made o * In freight which makes them cheaper to the • buyer. • : S.s.MOEN * THE HARDWARE AND FURNITURE MAN * St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOTI Mrs. P.er BeUsm, Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. SOHOW. PROP. Dray Ing Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. OULJBBeRT8ON. DONTANA Money to Loan on improved FARMS ! Drafts on all foreign countries. Safety Deposit bums for rent. Steamship tickets to and from all Foreig~ Countries. "...

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 October 1909

T sh Searchlight. 3.aed May :. i sa. - g~eead-CIt Meer. Pshes5 ý4 ce5U5M int. UOear Act of Csmee Marcb g. s. trR .a. REED. ldir al Proprietor. Terms-tn slav , pYer ........ Mt slr g Rse. very rmoasable. will be tefaishd en appieLdoa at this oe. TIE FIIST REIUBLICAN PAPER STAITED IN VALLEY CO, MONT. Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. S Reed, Oct. z9th, 1go9, a boy. Mother and child are getting along very nicely. A little annotu,.conent in the paper like this dont seem to amount to a great deal when report ed in other famlies, but when sucn an event happens in your own fam ily it cuts a whole lot of ice. It makes the parents think a whole lot and causes them a heap of worry during the week that it hap pens, so it the Searchlight is not tip to the standard this week, you can lay it to th*t event. However we have an associate editor who S".' ."s iai~g in about twenty y, irs, and if our readers will only h. ,e patience the two of us will try to get out a paper that will be a credit to the future me...

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