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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 December 1909

". ý _ .ý ý ý'ý.- C-ýa- ,ý Y I f _ liý `ý._ lT -w ._ ,, am R rf r:i F l "·: g .' a k. *\ ý ILLIIJ7AWMTI 4#Y fW CQPY~tvw ~AW #4,JK4AW GOOIPWO SYNOPSIS. . Jent a aTartar bue me t. m oan _ola toVan ypAuht pr r, hsW hthhsld. "Thae Ai dcua ontlowe ds Loe thett' othe ean reut "bad ec" poalM te hro wth ote rbub tye grle Is sh rrery rtt t Sel,"e mkid y abn Top qojt - la. who hbd becomre oe t the richest s In the world. Van Tore wae In love with end rushed to London as ret," todan Torpbought a yacht ad Basta limale attire. She gre him a "I never heard inch an am sin et of stories as you sae telling me to. "I she really very pretty?" Merg. rt asked "WeD." said Van Tori, quoting ai saying of his favorite great men, "for "Send Mr. Van Tomp' Man up. Cakwo people who like that kinad a thins I should think that would be the kind ot thins theyd ke." The pma daomn smiled. "CaR you describe heir she aske. "DM you ever read a fairy story about a mouse that could turn Into a tiger whoa it likeda Inquir...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 December 1909

F- CONDENSED en l vaw d aE s t ,. aift tosro 116i T1L Foreign. Arthur Mason Tippetts Jackson. chief magistrate of Nasik, in the presidency of Bombay, was assassi nated by a native while attending a theatrical performance. The Ethlopian government gave official assurance that King Menalik ft Abyssinia still lives though his condition is grave. The estate of the late Consuelo. dowager duchess of Manchester, is valued for probate at $1,634,330. Af ter making provisions for her grand son the Viscount Mandville and the younger children of the duke of Man chester, the residue of the property was left in trust for the duke for life and for the successor to the title. The Baroness Vaughan quietly bid farewell to Belgium. A Los Angeles man told of cases o1 extreme cruelty practiced by Zelays. The pope appointed Rev. James O'Reilly, now rector of St. Anthony of Padua, Minneapolls, Minn., to the bishopric of Fargo, N. D., and Rev. F. M. Fallon of the provincial oblates of Buffalo, N. Y., to th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 December 1909

w!.na,. -ahm ii', - 16 .a . .bwinty f h U a .wa ,f mlb IS a 94 inSeWl abs agat ar,a lt- Iwas elt? Sog . as m a,, .ess ameme S1area l aiti! ne d . nit aesa ir.m 8% Al o hes ai lw hat, Am mwime, . t wewl tubeo to ia ar. r It. i S hisn we. ctcwdb ho 6% ed OiVa lai s4ellalg t ee am' a lis Lh OmW sM les e ION !r m! thole d ha w aws wheat SM a hd a ia ie as s m0n . -a vea ndent amham am he ave, tsi a ma us isa weMe tweet to taoem. Theira wheat wea mete Slk M the beel rt.le bl U me eth ase'd O uWe tart lwf heat sth sad rl R ,rs "m ' .t t o m ini ara M' .aR Mhe.ts besTm mt s at Getleteat e sul(ur letI to tieir ema e twr ovrl etwn bemae ureeroillse have boem e r bgl r t. o h.ls rmIs imlo al tOe1 w aIle. ome baud aw. n mam, Umor vaet e at wt .as ao;trwes thal g.mnat obrlt a the wellt a tl, ltad which made l r thee 0 Sn e0 about, aatura&, sad eq. The 3e.1g ualteo ethore oa agd west . .el ThIe be t lRea toewi thheir sll Ma td m aw e ro se im lle sd fols ldat a te w losata af the r.towadle t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 December 1909

S t p owery NDr Taft's Visit Stirs Up Bowery Tramps HEW YORK.-Since President Taft 1£ visited the Bowery and addressed 300 of "the boys," more energy has been shown by the hoboes who haunt the resorts of the notorious thorough tares than ever before in his history. There is not a man, woman, or child along the thoroughfare who will ad amit he or she was not at the presi dent's side. Nearly 2.000 white collars sent by a Brooklyn laundry the next day aided the men of the Bowery to show they appreciated the visit. After the free distribution of laun dry at the mission the men gazed at one another and waited for the next miracle. "The men are just dazed, and that Is the only term that expresses it," said J. T. Hunt, who has charge of the labor bureau of the mission. "They cannot realise the president of this country really came down here to talk with them." As he was speaklng a mild man ered six foot two of humanity, with a two days' stubble beard, came up to the desk and made an attemp...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 December 1909

S.THE SERCHLIGHT I Wbishes A It's Paton.s j A HAPPY NEW YEAR. *i Joe Bealsy rarused recetly from a adp eat. Noati thew a d this wek of the Val le; srs ca. G. W. Taner paid a brfia visit to Pop lr an Wledesay. Alderasm Lores Johao left recently for Tes whae he will spend the winter. Thatbreoidry club will be estertained Friday aftaeruoa, |ua 7tb. by Mrs Mark Thomas. Notice the ew advertisemaet in this is me at Dr. Modie. the popltar denaist at Wilsthe. G.Hellokson. of Saperior. Wis.. has ac eapted a positid as cashier in tha Culbert as depot. Ms. F. P. P.arses a.d har sister Mrs. C. G. Wil6o left Tuksday for Lo Augelm to spepd tha wiser. Weord was received by Prof. 1. W. Dale last week that his father had died at bis bosm ln Toats, Casada. Alva lJan. sea of the operators at the depeo leftb tt week for Tomab. Wis.. to spend h holidays with his mother. Th Republican offce was moved this week from the basesmet of the First National to the basement of the Courchbes block. The switchmea's...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 December 1909

rr I t J.td Ne.. A Ms Mr. A on See. 31: To-morrow another year begins. To-night is the time of all times to plan for the future. To resolve; to forswear our petty vices: to lay aside the evils in our lives. Have you. John. considered what tiSight means to you, and to me? Have you thought of the things I have gone without and might have had but for your extravagance? Have you counted the cost to you, and to me, of your so-called pleas ures? You sit there smoking a vile weed, but have you thought of the gowns you have burned up within a year? I venture to say no. Let's talk it over, John. just you and I, and as the old year dies plan for better and more noble things in the year to come. .Sd M r. A ft Ner. A on See. M:- ' Your sentiments, my dear, are noble ones, and meet with my approval. We will plan to-night for the year that is to come. Yes. not the year alone, but years. We will study and solve the problems that mean a better and truer life for you and me. There are many little th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 January 1910

-- .g ' ' Y IX Ijfr II D Ha : a i wtno __CUSR*VAUt COUNTY. MANA, FRIDAY, JAN 7, t, ha. flfYA Rc am Pord i pedhauds netfce Rt I~it. reasm, it has no " u al; leaves • the skin white and softt VALLEY DUIQt CO. A. W. Hmasel, Proprietor ,N EISTOVES i TIh Bluret se Burner for hard coal. g* Tho Baltic Ram" for wood or coal. The Royal Cook for wood or coal. I The Royal Lignlte Heater in Hot Blast and 3 pa-m.ry feed. A carload of these stoves just reeoived. By Mhipplig stoves ln carload lots a saving Is made . nb freight which makes them cheaper to the * S.s.MOEN I ITH HARDWARE AND' . FURNITURE MAN .- - St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Andrew Btaetld, Prep. Everythlng New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. BOHOW. PROP. Draylag Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. U LBRITBON. MDONTANA Money to Loan on improved FARMS ! Drafts o f to·eo co.ntries. rSlaty Deposit bos, for rent. steuHp tikets to an turs all PYign Cumnttles. The irst Nstlussl Baik .f 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. — 7 January 1910

~-A The Biggest, Best and most Saving Sale Ever Known in Culbertson IN ALL SWEEPING REDUICTES:::DEPARTEI TI Rather than move our Large Stock we will Our Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, Hardware, Groceries, *i Men's fleece lined "U" wear, very heavy, all sizes. Fine heavy German e Nails, Mortise locks, Rim locks, padlocks, butts, strap hinges, "T" sOX. Heavy Jersey suits, all sizes Fine Hy wool sux. Corduroy coats Hinges, meat choppers. Tools-Hand saws, Cross-cut saws, Compass saws, 52 Inches long, very s~heial. Hºle skin coats, the heaviest coat shown : hack saws, meat saws, auger bits, augers, drill bits, socket chisels, screw driv in Culbertson. A full line of fur coats. A fine ine of men's neckwear. r hammers, squares, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors, razor strops eRound-up sox. scissors, shears, tin-ware, granite iron-ware and other things too numerous S .**"************************************ ************* *********** to mention. For Misses...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 January 1910

~vsrrm aih 4L "50it 'o %epahs a in a ·storel UPWALo, 3. -t is Wa 4eaago bl a ufamry dabLhmamat 10 he. e.. a fir. ,sau. hobo uhr' te bl. - w e auesno.a .emfr. ste. To ate th. ioa ttro"a. . "A mot! Is it a mose tserd the- M arh vobrmsa the asistant, - -ew mInte ,mvelopei hm somad. g tpesa Asý h~l breath aree ho ut. I"t mamaleeshe tha he eas not m has M p ew.Akr Mab atthebor lie a hats ab areumlsh the hobot mre al Sat heley. The telepht e a was Is `to at Tim Csaprty at poot ie stat ion IA wa t notlase. t Tim iomtted the bmap ad HW Loov How Much I- a Silk Kimono Worth? L OUIVaILL, KC.- -t took ive me and three wmnen at the custom louse and the silk buyer of a Lousville depalrtment store to ix the value of a o whlch arrived at the onee of the surveyor of customs for appraise meat. It was a dainty silken thlng, lavea er In cole, which lay on the table of Casher Thomas for two hours. The garment was sent to the custombouse hb the postmaster at Somerset. Ky. who reoeved it a few days ago th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 January 1910

IEWSOF THE WEEK CONDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR LESSER IMPORTANCE. A IIU 0Dhi OF EIVTS National, Polltioal, Personal and Other Matters In Brie Form for All Classes of Readers. Foreign. A telephone message from Kabula ilro states that the American expe dition camped on Monday night at Katwe, eight miles beyond Kabula Mllro. Colonel Roosevelt and the others of the party are well. The bunters have covered fifty-four miles since leaving Kampla Unganda De cember 23. The immediate objective point is Kisingo, fifteen miles from Katwe. The Chinese government formallb complained to Japan against the viola tion of the Manchurian telegraph con vention of i90. The complaint con sisted of two counts, which purported to show that the Japanese were guilty of exteading telegraph and tel egraph lines and trale in Manchuria. The special committee of Copenha gen university which investigated Dr. Frederick A. Cook's polar records is now considering whether or not it will publish a second report, giving fur...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 January 1910

mimE.m .snSmm itSi m we te a uw m uim lesaew ai i"ime ahatoeg tie umb a im. akwmaheinei . g~h bmV- (itito etuim him tagpt gen a t e sataas up b i s me "ir"e')-' SMit tt fsbs we. *mkra Sm en -te ane ema unnesm as easswum t that hs bus a es a so a m ear A tim. Bak or iSat ha hba be-asee lear. Ana'wbi wasting to sell a get.m a I S ameo e aS e, atm every earm that's .are0to is anappet 3m a h te vo Ivo .p 3eu upas / ( aatewwa we hare )sat as orl td kat at c*4as h as t and , a1 , th. a tim abb up te or iat ws- tsoavestlst ta a ae. "It ieam't the oimey. thuegh, fit sot tre that mIyn wUeiM be amug. nbe avedhs' ise wa y sle. W* have mas aab at at hselag .ar a usmak ham.te m. Thl bas.ew to eae as b fr afets e M. mad alte istee M As ab a- e ah ." aes ' Miesti br o ght a.de aians it ie s sta m S is. asoM a .am a ort uhar and nO i fe tL o f mso.thin goo tor aam . l mther, te TShere wn' to be qsa. atomg si set.. soer, sr.r sMa aise s amg kms be to nee." Ose eo elaseo a- Si seaod protes t this tic...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 January 1910

~~U . I iU U· 4 ' D1VAi E~r7& I'. ~ A DVETIA CnAWfUD AYIAW Qlua9 C· " YEýkP " i4," E;RLYH C"'n xa? ILLilJJT/? AT2Y sQ.WE7LX dvupmmI37 JoW a .$IONY (W £WAWFU D SYNOPSIS. araka a Tartar girtl became enamored of a golden bearded .stranger who waM prospecting and studying herbs In the vidnity of her home In central Aata. and revealed to him the location of a mine of rubies hoping that the stranger would love har Ia return for her disclosure. They ere followed to the cave by the irls relatives, who blocked up the ren trance. and drew off thie water supply. leaving the couple to die. Baraka's cousin Sa-d her betr.othed. ettemplt.d to climb down a eliff overlooking the mine; but the traveler shot him. The stranger was revived from a water guorJ tSad car ied., dug his way out of the tunnel, and dee.deserting tlit girl and carrying ab of rublen. hraka n athered all the .sti she ot ld carry. and started in pur edlt Margaret Ihunne iMargarita da Coo va). a famous pritma donna, became ead I...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 January 1910

"WI /i~ ed Ilaswees e I Ilima t S wsy , M We OL w a ts 3 Uslrnil e ~ C alt i ~ visev Mse . a. : er i iq m iaMlemesems sa.l . ier* oehave smel Aaye m a a idsr is ,eing pea-: gMqte,*ellitaiies t Phas eaBS & sd we do yes a sage .tea stidu ,ledms. 'C a. I W• r.,U.. C hale aeva . to o- MeI t i de d be allopl inead ii p.,g sia*i lls. . ll Philip Levat lst da veltle sd otelotlde Sdney, Most. wein Catl A. te es. s w he Hrnsg arn ee s. csi Co. a c Ii. sae u.s hlelrlt g fewm 'a it I 3 1t drM -r bMesedileCpie.head fll3 i., Phi lop di att ll le.t a gre t I leaves e Sadey forw PrLoik n1 s tt I hIa hly Mls4*d amtobep sat.essa Ct ep. FA SnrM w, wMo x. l a,5o oer Ct s ~e m gbeetsmeste. on Di. L. t. ust.el Wolf Pont. havs ta oh Md he Shse'kla, Pa.. whaat eaves rb. Srs fC r Tesser & i their ad this weak. tl the people of Calbertson and vicity why they eae satl goods cheaper thean ver. Essay Notal parlo at S oclock Tuesday Devala. Rev. Chrteslt will coduct t Staokholders of the Mentaa Sear Tal...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 January 1910

n-E MAW'S soMtEWHAT OREW I SOME VIEW OF LIFE. WiM What He Suppe*** Was ee of Deadly Pein In His Pocket, the World Took On a nesy Hue. "Every man should have a bobby.' said the tat man. "Now, mine's sun dide." The thin max nearly swallowed his eigarette. "Suicide? Yoat Well, of all the freaks I ever heard of!" "Certainly" conatinued the fat one. placidly, as he munched his chicken eroquette. Thst la whet makes me so happy and take so cheerful a view ao life. You have no idea what a comfort it is to me. I used to be thin. you know, like you, and could never eat chicken croquettes or souerkraut a and frankfurters-they gave me a fearful indigestion. That was beceuse I was always worrying about some thing. Then all of a sudden. this idea occurred to me about suicide. I de Mided to commit it. I forget now whether it was a business trouble or a girl-I think it was a girl. I asked a medical student friend of mine what was the surest and neatest way to croak and he said 'cyanide of p0a tassl...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 January 1910

1-c 4l-L' 4· kSDC~ i- " Ct t r; Vt ~~~ \~ a . 4 aSuT to- am a I= W, . fi n d r It .~ i b kivs t` ) ý Adah i~ -r rsW aI9r r A.~r. W. Iluu . Prd.g. qAu.s. .I 0 P"0. " flhgmsbman iNswbhnd. fUid. a o. Fin a 4sry st. Paul ft liMptol (M3Aa ?U3 D3I'Oti Cwl~bsrtso, - Mont. CITY DBAt LIN 1 L~. 3. 3080W. p'R0P. Dnam Damon lomHit Nat.I at R.rsmsbl Pdri.. OUtl3Dl~RSON. UaONTA3IA Moley tGLoan' on Lmprov~ae* -In-0 to Am $ e1 oa m tern bfrst ikd 3a .1C Cdis -F" 4 The stock!ei s of .e Moat * r TP rspm Cepd L. L. Brikd Tae r ies of the eartigs of the esp lay for th six moeths aeda b peel, 1s were iced pad abewed that the eag dasteae i f l Clb Cotso deS. T. - W . Taoir, w. uMh. 05,r trFilMs emd 1..l L, Bush 4 ITe epmn e earnings of ..ia aeinj I-, .o90 were need - showed -darn : she b disg~oos hid been steadily increasing in at.l power. A year ag. he it-' li par s oase, on the bie i r fh a$pe to 8 per moIth ai h are tba, quadrouped, itil the ariags in November De~pbair ware just a little ls *$ge per m...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 January 1910

.,a poo # t1 The Biggest, Best and most Siving Sale Ever Known ln ' disl bJsdd , . mm. SlEIGRDSEN IN ALL. Rather than move our Large Stock we wil " 'SELL FOR CASI;~Tj Our Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, Hardware, Groceri, and Farm Machinery, at prices never heard of here: This is a genuine slaughter. Men's Goods. Hardware. Men's fleece lined "U" wear, very heavy, all sizes. Fine heavy (ermin Nails, Mortise locks, Rim locks, padlocks, butts, strap hinges, "T" sox. Heavy Jersey suits, all sizes. Fine Hy wool sox. Corduroy coats : Hinges, meat choppers. Tools--Hand saws, Cross-cut saws, Compnss salts, 52 inches Jong, very special. Mole' skin coats, the heaviest coat shown a hack saws, meat saws, auger bit., augers, drill bits, socket chisels,,screw driv in Culbertson. A full line of fur costs. A fine line of men's neckwear. * ers, ham nrs, squares, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors, razor .strops Round-up sox. scissors, shears, tin-ware, granite iron-...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 January 1910

a -i S I/* Mr. Vn T 's ol Arm pp Into th Mr. Van Torp's Solid Ame Slipped into the Sleeves. SYNOPSIS. Binks, a Tartar girl, became enamored d saestd ~ In h r&rhrhe atral rsies l t."Ik ani I d ree adto di the Shalt d ot a min oiru hon g t h a bt tp e trý ~7a would tlove benr reuretro re io wo d to the cave bo the and drew off th weter eu a tr ttptd to climb down a cliff overo n th mne; but theb traveler hot him. strenger w r revived from a water gourd ud car led. hid way out of the tunnel. and . deserte en the girl and c.r. in a beo rubies. h ragathered all the marghe t Dcond stn d Ia pu dto wtas gaet Donto (Margarita da Cordova). a ftmous prima doem. bhecnme oeneee In London to Ko ntantin Ia iena wa , sat Van Ton, . n tsena.t cnwh bad become e a the richest ar me In the wrld. Van Torn= wa I love "Ne iar " rern bo teh tro adire. e ae te tme i t 1oae ehae wi ofh w&ter-- the Ameurc tod d her. of "ai son. the United o taa t a maer. m n the deroiinbe. I tae oe ab -aa took saelt l...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 January 1910

EFME OF EVEITS PARAGRAPHS THAT PERTAIN TO MANY SUIJECTS. rE BRIEF WT IITERESTI Record of What is Going on In Con, gress, in Washington and I, the PolItieal Field. Poreign. Maurice Henry Hewlett, the novel let, has entered the election fight with a two column manifesto addressed to "workingmen of England." In which. describing himself as one of your selves, gaining my livelihood by the work of my head and hands." he re minds the workers that they form the overwhelming majority of the elec torate, and can gain everything they want by two strokes of the pencil in the polling booth. The first fatality in England to re salt from a suffragette disturbance oc curred when Alfred is udson, a police man, died from Injuries received dur ing a riot outside the Colllseum on August 10, last. Sir Edward Grey, the foreign secretary, was addressing a mass meeting inlsde the building. An attempt on the part of a large body of suffragettes to enter pre cipitated a riot, in which Hudson was injured int...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 January 1910

Ug. UUr; m/wW 1 i,`I Ulbhi ~ . b m UIY I Mach ac the choeke humus Is bums Is due i neglect. sea that yur buns not ml. sasriest as had aýd m~I at the lt ale cof mihfass. It'$ r tot spspootat tb oaners-Winebes op the joints sad mikes the mused.lamde and plant. HUe''s solb.Pwgt a cJ tlk kot W.O.T.3a. at Sesan, Sm.~ se i oen Ji~t mh II~ m aUimeni rtt··r*l wEa manediak Sta m~MUM ies. i Gem M.U iia s-~~Cjf~ ~C~CI TT- ' lhr mM" sse na ta Jail with his seeImes h N boars, . a . a memr. as adeae. g man. who was ureeu~-as h1-l l - the ameS t a enaest au at whitQ. miat homse for ans stti shirt nd left $10 with the sk o.s puat at the Omatral Pole t matd . Advrtisbli On the street is the emly gam Buckiye, to lokag fo. He diE not kmow that Is Los Angles thue .o ua. orwaance whih ltbchls er p se bAm "wearusg leipr"tg at e O ruas - hs o hewr pw omar ls, treaprsr h a Lem dealhasi to advertis pauish o proalt ay a tido. Seoas ora ,mnhamie om the strta. als ors Pbt at the eil Los hagles." Buckley was 1 ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 January 1910

Thrersned ier UL mast, seies: I hasve been eaed W Wareas. l1 bed aseeel hamoruhag ad the Iae. The doetes did not help mle and wal ever ba seaed m aI mw a tsmmismeai s a Narme alemas orf ease le tos b .lr e, ad I eommenced assag it. I was not sabe to walt on myestI whea I bega using It. I galaed very slowly at fI S, bat I scoad se that It was helpig me. *After I bad Itkes It a wble I com msaeed to raie up a sruagy, sticky snbeatate from my lgs. This grew Ieo and Iaes i qgeautty as I conamied the treaasit. I pgrew more eshy than I had been for a los ttm, aad new I ealt myselt LOVE AND MONEY. They say "love makes the world go round." And may it never cease; Quite true, but please then don't forget. Moner' the axle rease. A BURNING ERUPTION FROM HEAD TO FEET "Ibr years ago I suffered severely with a terrible eezema, belnlg a ama of sores from head to feet and for six weeks co fned to my bed. Duritn that time I sufered continual tor ture from Itching and burning. After being given up by ...

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