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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 December 1909

r sL u the kImad r Vu ananc earici& amr sat e shiow a ar Mar W. T. Oasem. i Caso. N. D., was in ews Wed.meaby. The Cntay asmmiseles earr. sals tism wesh a OAsww Thoate a se Wil sf r ahm eM, N. D. to viset selaes. T. A Arts, e lasesmeah wa is tere with a ke Wbheet Tu'Mav. The Wlutagiw-B ehs Co. advertise a leo d Chdlilm amati th blw weelk. M. Fl.eydt ksh. d h M*oas Lahe was a Clbateto vnedr as Tuedsyv. ). L Miler ad Gast Bargla. . both d e imase r, wessri its Tuesay. Alha MdMlas ad tbe Vadh Laad Co. as deeo iem Wagper Wedansday. Wia.tr boh mM at Can at te Raser pisslte ee. Momt be ode a. wane s_ Rumo Gmafeeo was up trom asIa vie yasteeday shaklag hands with many Atty. . O. Lash left Monday fre a trip o Miat sad Rgby. sturraing Tu day fight. HaerrCemer d Maas, Deputy Game Wadans tr Varsy Canaty, was is samws Wea.usday an lePal binle*. J. T. Copsr, usee oatI.sa. but $erm elt ad Culbanm paid tis towu a visit a eo.le vi days dthis wah: Mr. and aI. Daa Cuthig r.r the happy mms a baby ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 December 1909

Zeno-George Coal Mine It. of the Best Lgnite Coal in Valley County. Weights Ouaranted and Prices Right. J.J.MOORE, Operator. R. N. Anderson I BL4CKSMITH SHOP I (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) 0 ! Blacksmithing of all Kinds and : 2 Wood Work " Horse Shoeing a Specialty SCulbertson, - - Montana : U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE S says a WHIar FiLous makes the most nueritious bread. Its di gestibilttv depends on the LIGHT •ssa of the loaf." "ThetGLuTa sn the dough gives it the power of rising and making a light loaf." **White Wheat Flour yields the most actual nourish ment, with the various food in gredients an the best proportion." VIVO Flour is exceedingly rich in gluten. Try a sack. Its qualits is backed by the highest authority. Ask your Orocer for Vivo. Hanson & Barzen Milling Co. M. J. Dunn, Manager Wholesale and Retail Dealer. J. A. FORD General Store, Boots and Shoes * and Dry Goods. Fine Line of Fresh Groceries. : - Plentywood, Mont. : VALLEY MEAT MARKET CHAS. FARRELL, Prop. Will Se...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 December 1909

L ý 'I1 . -D~ Cr~~E V1 . 1 COUNTY. A. FRIDAY. DEC '7, igg s.9 EA ,DO NOT PUT OFF ( your Christmas shopping until the last moment. It is time well spent to see the elegant stock of articles suitable for Christmas gifts, whch'** eare showing this year, and the prices are quite as tempting as the goods themselves. Make alleeo~n sow and have it laid asidp until you are ready to buy. VALLEY IDRU CO. A. W. flax.s!, Proprietor ski $gg***-V&eti &&#****4*********$00 R0 IN.tW STOVES ! " The Elmhurst Base Burner for hard coal. C " The Baltic Range for wood or coal. * The Royal Cook for wood or coal. * The Royal Lignite Heater in Hot Blast and ordinary feed. * A carload of these stoves just received. By * ; shipping staves in carload lots a saving Is made d " In freight which makes them cheaper to the * buyer. " "Ss . MOEN mfte n wAR'e- AD, I l*ITURI3 MAN I .St. Paul Hotel (HNAR THE DEPOTI Aedrew Bettered. Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. C...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 December 1909

W m "1 us. ýgm, so seeed-Che Mattr, 1tagmsss at cOibraess. Meat.. tasr Aet of Coure Muarch sly. PUAN S. AE00. ditosr iat Proprhuyr. tiness-as etames. per year ........$*.* tdmi og sam rmsas wail be tusJ~ies apaplicaulo at this oesc. Te IST REPUBLICAN PAPER STAITEU IN VALLEY CO. MONT. The Democratic party in Glas gow is all up in the air. The men who b49e stood at the wheel dur iug past campaigns have got it in for County Attorney Tom Dignan sad Sherif Sky Small as well as Mayor Dawson. A prominent party man said to the Searchlight editor Wednesday morning that there had been four murders in Valley County within the last twelve or fourteen months and nothing doing in either the Sherils once or the office of the County Attorney He said it was not so during the incumbency of John. L. Slattery the Republican predeces sor of Mr. Dignan, and intimated that neither Dignan nor Small would get the support of tlhe Dem. ocratic party at the next election if they had the temnerity to seek the n...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 December 1909

7 ~. II "meow Mr~ Van Towp Wins Puaimld. th *Y l o di..Brk' darka. a Tartar girl, became enemored of a e bearded stranger who was revealed ,to .hn the locatlon of h mine of rubaes hoping that the stranser would love her in return for her discloeurs. They were followed to the cave by the girl's relatives, who blocked up the en ace, and drew off the water uspply. lea the couple to dIe. Dareka's cousin sead, her betrothed, attempted to climb down a cliff overlooking the mine; but the traveler shot him. The tranger wase revived from a water gurd lead car ried. d h war outtof the tunnel. and der, deeertlngt girl and carrying a egof rublee. Da a gathered all the geme she could carry. and started in pur cult. Margaret Done (Margarita da Cordova) a famnous prima donna, became enaed in London to Konstantin Lo gohti wealthy Greek financier. Her Intinate friend wag Countess Leven known as Lady Maud. whose husband bad been killed by a bomb In Ut. Peters heg; ande LadyMaudas moant Intimate wand ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 December 1909

IK SE.ARCHUGHT FRANK B REED, P. SLUaERTSON * MONTANA. NEWS NOTES A hllin sv.r dan Here Imp tam geY s erus ad Thmn Foreign. Though official reticence concerning the exact state of King leopold's health is maintained. Information from private sources is that his con dition Is causing the utmost anxiety. It is reported that rheumatism is ex tending and has been complicated by paralyals. of which he has experi enced two strokes, as well as with pulmonary trouble. A Niarobi, British East Africa, die patch says: Kermit Roosevelt arrived here. He is going to Mombasa on a bunt for antelope. He has just se cured two bongo. Colonel Roosevelt has not arrived here from Njoro, but is expected soon. B. L. Poole, of Havana, Cuba, closed a deal with the Philippine government for the purchase of the San Jose friar estate of 65,000 acres in the Island o1 Mindoro. The purchase price was $367,000. The tract will be used for the cultivation of sugar and it is un derstood that the buyer represents the Ha...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 December 1909

busy you lost pwhglty -wo this Dssm. r-4a k rese.. Mat a ad. raif aty.--taksa buoy. a se Ewes at aubWse impai-.l Usealsg i -t etreili watt sd e Hi . lag sMa *ir reru s a my aimaes. he atpar asemalp. rstotag aeew of wens thee ams with a seve at sea It werse. eadl eas of emal red Dan. Dies fhumed amq these Mined midease itelin. IZwas adlsed to tsto the hitedal foirnleaaes ot the skla. Idid as. the dst surgeors*a ms:g Knaser saweeehabadeasse o easse." 3!t t got littlsarma rllet Tbea Itried mway soafled tamedles, but I bense so bed that I almost geae up is deseinr. Alter - r1 agesels for twelve smhes, I was ,TeNred o te almost eabeaosta lablug after two or three te Osioewa Orbemen. I eaiUadtt de tse ,osmlhbed with Clth -ear Seeu sad Pile, and I was eOn ped e Li. Ream inty ier Jim Rosh, At. Get. d mad At ISP.' wave saws b wb. ag, sai. lens. an" Sstteg in Cold Figupes. It easis ea as average about pit to are toosileat cossumaptlve o to ham for am edvaused eaNs of tube oules ads meat. It h...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 December 1909

ý.. . :ýý4ý QCDd ýý CCý HIS CAUSE FOR GRIEF. 'What," we ask the despondent looking man, 'Is troubling your' "rv. met with a severe injury." "But, there Is no trace of it phy sically." "Nevertheless," he replies, "I am all broken up." "Tell us about It." "There Isn't much to tell. My fa ther's will was contested and where I expected to get $10,000 I don't get a pany." "That Is bard luck all right, but surely that can't be classed as a pby sical Injury," we remark. "Yes It can." he moaned, "and If you were me you'd know bow much it hurts to fall out of an heirship." THE GRIND. "A column a day, a column a day." Was ever the song he sang: '¶'hough the clouds of misfortune may roll for aye And the bells of trouble clang. If the sun shines bright, or the rain comes down. Or the world's pure gold, or a somber brown And my heart Is sad or gay. With little for wage and less renown. I must do a column a day. "A column a day, a column a day." Was ever the moan he made And the road of Uife seem...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 December 1909

Walesteathe see sap se. Ar~es mwr lrsMr ii ln Krs. Gay Celbpn dmiter Sessp hmimd the A ein Sheati em wes a -apsehfr T dr Us Lle.M mart hi qemte eies at athaguelssag lewted" dallegees. Wboaermeisisl at eau at thei.at. p" eas.. Muet he eu as<euea. par Waspe-A mm frs wish. Ap* as ash d~i da . O. Iambs. so at Mr. mal Ku. Camper Maienmes f Mes isli Labes e happy war the arrival d a hab gist ea Pslay Dec. seth. 3.0. L aF wop has a sd"m s mmn aeth of CObueae.s. was i taws yass,. day and mlas the Soeasight acll. Ataemy Ge. . uner stepped over batmwie rsaes Tabdy assts "bMeg the esely mssaies ich ammen Wedaesday. Ps. O Ralfy who has haMs rauch as ha.lmte Sheasr Peplar lst Tuesday far Deebseh d. Oar. at vimt hiaelheMe. A osi hms less to Yr. and Mrs. leamb Dmes a m riday Jam seth. The whole Dama Iy al e happy over hi arrival. The SMewlhg Searshlight suhabrlhers hbae 1amed oH r sll dam. Der. p4 by payleg bsuorpipolss is advasoe. 3.0. o.sle. S. T. Ceewe l. 1. B. Ras d"a, C. V Hauh. laugh Copp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 December 1909

Zeno-George Coal Mine plenty of the Best Lignite Coal in Valley County. Weights Guaranteed and Prices Right. J.J.MOORE, Operator. it ---- II 9a " R. N. Anderson SBLACKSMITH SHOP I 0 (MURRAYS'S OLD STAND) : Blacksmithing of all Kinds and [ Wood Work I: " lHorse Shoeing a Specialty * Culbertson, - - - Montana to.. *eieeoe.eeeoe************************ U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE taus. WHEAT FLOUR makes the must nu'ritious bread. Its di gesiibiltty depends on the LIGHT sasa of the loaf." "The atLuTEa to the dough gives it the power of rising and making. light loaf. *-White Wheat Flour yields the mort actual nourish went, with ibe virioust foo in gredient. in the best proportion VIVO Flour is esceedingly rich 4in gluten. Try a sack Its quality is 'aiked by the highest authority. Ask your Grocer for Vivo. Hanson & Barzen Milling Co. M. J. Dunn, Manager Wholesale and Retail Dealer. VALLEY MEAT MARKET CHAS. FARRELL, Prop. Will Sell Everything a First Class Market Should Handle. Cul...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 December 1909

ai e . .- ý b. o + .... r .",ý.. s` ý - . u a 1 Y . 'VOL. Vit. NO 1 C VALLEY COUNTY, ANA, FRIDAY, DEC 24, 1Y DO NOT PUT OFF your Christmas shopping until the last moment. It is time well spent to see the elegant stock of articles suitable for Christmas gifts, which we are showing this yeas, and the "prices are quite as tempting as the goods themselves. Make a seotiplos now and have it laid aside until you are ready to buy. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. luusol, Proprietor .. i.. oee. i-. -.o i e i S:W ST0 VES S. The lmhurst Bas Burner for hard coal. The Baltic Range for wood or coal. The Royal Cook for wood or coal. I The Royal Lignite Heater in Hot Blast and ordinary feed. * A carload of these stoves Just received. By a shipping stoves in carload lots a saving is made = in freight which makes them cheaper to the buyer. SS. . MOEN :THU. IARJI)WARE ANXPt.R.tTURE MA]J St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOTb Andrew Botterud, Prop. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CI...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 December 1909

Me . re.. esp a,- Ssema.Me Ier AnI a Ceams Of Yasb g~ s ., FRAN[ S. URED. Idlear ani Prprieor. Tram-ta ad-iao. per r....... se. fImihed emw eod at this o&be m Frst a Imucu mPAE STAET I VINYA CO., DIT. Tweaty two Salesa Kepers were is diced t the federal greed jury is Hleaa last week or aellig liquor to Jadiasm . The Radleme were Ia Hele. as witeseusi bslse thYgrand jary is ther ss ead amet shem were too druak to meltfy. A speeur was oat the same igt ead go evideace against tweasty-two eaehes me, dawy The Valley Coesty Newl pablisehd at Glgew. P, t t a Chrim.e.litio la tes we. girviag a brih iteday ll the oder siulers ea trhat city. It was a very oredlable peper. A MILION DOLLARS The asi Who Disoverdthe Sugar Praud mt New York Will Oet that Sam. New Yab. Dec. rg.-Wm" Loeb. Jr.. s.electer of th port ef New York. has ap proead the clim to moiety by Richard Parr, depesy collector ,ad original llemu er i the sugar trnuds. i cemuectie with which Sa.k35.483 bee be paid nat the Utited S...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 December 1909

to mi,, .* .. a bArwb m4 Eair ib H.JGys bet -* ma Nw TomlAX i h ina isam ot a gha w oot aai a nla to the ea.rt oer.whlne Xrs. .ward Pattern Samt as lhe was go. Sp stroeg is a CLhase or a thief from ar home, S 3i 1th avreau. Broobya. In recountlng the trts It I nece. say to state that Mrs. Pattersao wears a No. IA, or thereabouts, sad the heel of a No.a A isn't amuch broad. erthan a sike. hedidnot gve a ardouabl thought to her fooigear when she returned from shopplng, but opened the door softly ad die. acovered the tbhief In her bedroom. He was beding over a trunk In which were the tfamly jewels sad oosder able eash. Mrs. Patterom approached dseleel-No. 's property trod is make lttle oOmmotioa--nd threw her aims around the thbs neck. He wavered an Ilstant between e-. alatance and a loosing to enjoy the embrarw o his fair maptor. DecIsion came when Mrs. Patterson put ba her emergency brake clutch and the thief gurgled. He tried to free baiael and, .Me. Like Empty Cups, Says Waitress B...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 December 1909

NEWS OTES CONDENSED AhlBg lDw. d a lure Iqre tait ib b lrae IThere rmern. The pope appointed Rev. James O'Relly, now rector of St. Anthony of Padua, Minneapolis, Minn., to the bishopric of Fargo, N. D., and Rev. P. M. Fallon of the provincial oblates of Buffalo. N. Y., to the bishopric of London, Canada. An omctal telegram from Buenos Ayres states that the authorities hav nag the 1910 exposition in charge have set apart a special building for Amerl. san railway exhibitors. At St Petersburg, the publisher at Foistoi's book. "The Kingdom of God IWithin Us." was sentenced to a year' imprisonment in a fortress. W. G. Spilter, an American, pro prietor of the Astor house at Colon hnd alleged owner of the Cuban steam ar Otorl, was expelled from Panama territory. He was put aboard the Royal Mall steamer, Magdalena, bound for Jamaica and New York, by a do aree of President Obaldia. He is .thsrged with enticing employes on the Panama canal to leave their work. Chan Tin rang, successor to Wu F...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 December 1909

Aflp WhK Wes. AA eagr, mw ne amghbos , be. earwest ej ed ma n &%- - W5W****.** tW at se twim of IS wRt er Ifora tht w Sethe.r weae ItW mu 4ao .Is swwh , Ja yibi sil .so 1 his. arw sm· t ds at 'the W. tem tome ,t " ~bet •ps i aU ' am 40% e ton nab" heas -we *s ussa sm aId ep0r that the assewa it as Cmasa Weet ,a, abset TIhoaN. I0 Amer.ean E.rmers eaW setoaa ti e absee omuatonhe rovwtelu the pat year; men who khnow Abe Wet anl it. poIW-l. ter. . ad ae herdow -ra oe kh •ro "am alo W bas. sm oIo bln w thee A r other ses% the best matheis ltr -asable tSrmeaw Prmant Taft said e reauttr b eaklas t't Oasnada: "Wel been ka i. ahead ads :. iy br.wo mmar 4otr at eoarbeaad Sawe hues omewbht swedsd wi the Mae that wm atre maer i6 gm.-shool. -am all ti, gseress teLem I e the odrL We asse aet bee uasrigeio that thue ts the wortha . a fe.. eoantry .ad a y.on .hes thaat is ia. obldewaut , it weB moa, to a -Brt ation latere. Pey hawe 1l.MlW mpeople, bt, to etr Is *se hardly .uetee." , Ur. J. M8 f...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 December 1909

+:+·, ": + ;. -. ;v2 P.- - .+ , -VAI , 87/t~IABQNCBAWnUDB cAUTMYOR OP 'ACI/9FAefA," A211nRA AMIL IsJIJAaIO/ fA/cfY4Y stlWff/L SYNOPSIS. Baraka. a Tartar girl. became enamored of a golden bearded stranger who was ptolpeoti.ng and studying herbs in the vicinity of her home in central Asia. and ve.vealed to him thp Iloation of a mine of rubies hoping that the itranger wwihld love her in rctlrn fi r her dlitsclsure. They were folloted tn thie save by OIt, Iglri's relatlveS. who blot ktul up II c, 0 transre, ani drew o[ff ihtl r:ti-er .eul'plY, leaving the couple to die. ltaraka's .".isin raad. her betrotiiltit. .d to iinib down a cliff overh.kling Iti iiit.. b, bt the traveler shot him. T::." strang-r was revived from a water gullrd Si:1tt uar tied. dug his way otut of ti. |tonttI. anid departed. d'sligt te . gtl ;IlI ca;rryinlg i bag of ruotlh-. Ilarttka i:lt .It reId Iili the gems she c.uild .artyr. amud .t.rt,,d In ptir suit. Margar.et I holll MIt.rgarita da Cordova). a futtl"u |prm:...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 December 1909

i WOp; 0. a. ee W luw ve,,,s i. lo as GO., 0dibd ewm he erem N.lsasadVse. N. D.. was hs sw j. A. a d Malta ws a Cbertme wa ib M aday. SeWh ier dPpar as is Swas a cmVpls dSp L s Ws week. Neair U ier d h Sesh Mn was i se. a seapeis days 0. s we.... Wiher bats U at ee at the latar pleamste. Mset be , M a, .Us.. S. I Das Meoae.es th Am of Ces & R#, suit_ Sus ree Shake N. D.. Mt. Ida Si-- d eigat let Seeday lor A.lSagls, Mia. ,,is t ler partet dried th bellys.a Dla sto Casa l , ose.am is Olegew Mao s. apge. Natuwallasutlm papers m.a, e ema at that ties. S. 3. Palmer sad hi. dasllghr M lMes Paleser .e i a ws from theslath Side T mda deCe ese Chrismas oppig. Mr. adl Ma. Cad.l Ba Ries e .toe tWrsed da frres a asst to selatives at W.a s, Mies. They aleo heds. St. Pa. Miaeapb sad Delth. es. GOrager et Poplar was is s oeswey, hmviest ipped hers -* his war is Sems Clt, sews d IeoI Rrok. .Mb.. to vits t rieds ad sldLtlees as 4 Davis reasved 34sss.oosr aids behes o la raimed on his farm sear ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 December 1909

of a grate fire, Parrish Morton sat alone. Outside, the snow was falling In na bulous, transcendent beauty, clinging to the coats of merry makers on their way to Christmas eve festivities and swathing all in a filmy scarf of white. Chimes of distant bells proclaiming "Peace on earth, good will to men." distilled their euphony across the glinting night-but Parrish, in the brooding rhadows of his bachelor home, paid no heed. What did Christmas eve mean to him -to him whom the God of Plenty had given m.',."y and fame, the plaudits of his fellows. and all else loved by a man with but the frost-marks of time at his temtp:e-and having given these. had paered to him the sparkling shell of the champagne of love only to dash it with a leer of derision at hbl feet? Of what use were the riches and the approval of the world? How could vain pomp and popular praise make up for the loss of that which every good man craves-love, a pure woman and the thousand incentives that have their awakening bes...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 December 1909

J'. . .-a;:-a-e ·-.--,. .aa ~i~:L; f·-FS) 't· ·:,:i ct ·- s· -h :·~IISPf~*~WISI1~-;iYI;P: ii ·:a p =':~ ~-· ~s I; s J ~- ~· .-J i ~&-~ i·--5·I~a·~CIP~,c·rs~-iu*p~ir a:- i· .-4 j ··-~uc· t "*·r"-:~- ;~4~:~ ·" r ·~* -, "~ r r.vri ~·, I-. :1- P X ~-~ · ·u 1: ia C~ r p, ti--: ,· ··· f"l ~ - UI I · · '- Ih 3L~ I I · .··t; .· -; --·.;1 I ~nn,' ao c · ; :~ca~B~ ~oiu~i~couNir. Pa~Y. Dec st. 10119· - - i~s~~i~e ~w ·?i li'e abI&ppVtcah80 'an@ face "ij ". aCitn#t , it ·Ma hs- equ. haves the skin whitel and soft. rA e dsc. vV A R U-O c0o The Blmhurst E~se' i er for hard coal. The Baltic Range:for Wood or coal. The Royal Cook for wood or coal. The. pral Lignite Heater In Hot Blast and ordinary feri. S A ca&id of tiese toves jast received. By sh lpght stoves hi darload lots a saving I. made " In freight which makes them cheaper to the buyer. " .s NW MEN miHbe A1Vfiif P UNITURE 'JAN St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOTS Amirew Beterd, Prep. BverYyhng New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culb...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 December 1909

hBe Searchlight. Saterd May as.. ta, as Second-Class Matter. Postaleb at Culbertson, Moat. Under Act of Coagres of March g. 1579 FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietor. Terms-Is advance. per year........ $ on Advertising Rates. very reaasonable, will be furnished o2 application at this olce. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Louis W. Hill, president of the Great Northern Railway, remem bered the members of the North Montana Boosters Club, who took the trip in his special car to the Dry Farming Congress at Billings, by presenting each of then, with a nice little present. It was labeled, "Rocky Boy Booze, for the North Montana Boosters" (Not Boozers.) The labels were gotten up specially for this brand of liquid refrshment and were very elaborate. The contents of the package were *"Warranted not to keep after the cork was removed." Mayor Brueg ger, W. Mathews, G. H. Coulter and the Searchlight editor were among the Culbertson recipients. We understand that some of t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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