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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 January 1910

aeR'..ý.'a ." a "bop. Lke i. is in wit oine. it- q +"- Aý tr "tti o d beluut. SaturdaIy or av t bar she b l" r..f in tao operalj bl a. ,r-k riJn. stet. tso a last Sats a o wa, diedJ at r " riiedoaI a.oeae. - iton .kkl ,l Jt ý. t o `beputgo wh go q th o a day or twso too Robert dh ae e% 4 sw wir **Pda1Mth f .I m hSS. .tolmu' ''i . The Bregger Mercoantile Co. have re coialr:, i Iow vs Aero ahpoi-qupy shboes. See as for bargains in chilren's =ottorne. Frash Caaip arrived home 1pem Arlington, in. lMsh ts. Mea. 9pstinp d uriese tern e ul n o ed ,mTb b tr t. rt. Pete l 1 imi .k leT y . St. Pai o -onsuli pbphysscl in regard to has ankle, which b ees l a cato.or the past two mouths. The Royal Neighbors Lodge meets the rstand third Wednesday evenings in etch th at Maseoacstr to the S. S. Mom. slock. Mrs. G: H. Coulter. Sec. dt Dr. D. M. Arossoh,. who started to practice medicine in Glasgow about six preeks ago is now is Culbertson ocupying the oce of Dr. Coullinso and attending Sis patients ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 January 1910

ant/t Ma, as. .gs. as semi-C.ss. Wafttr. cPtiss a Ceheraum. ~.. iadsr Act of Cges Of UaS e. stp PRAN S. RE&D. Edler ai Prqopisr. b a i"ll Ien at 1 e ite s. President L. . W. Hill of the Great Northern Railway sent the Edstor a pamphlet this week e-- titled "Watch Montasna Grow." The company is sending out many thousand of them in the eastern and middle western states. There will be the ghatest ianfa of new settlers into Northern Montana the oming pyear tht bas ever been known in any sotm. sad owing to the high prices of a, wheat and other grains, fares lads ae going up in value at a rapid rate. = .......... S le1td Items H. Ilemma was pr ess Y with a bheltal ealmds, by Mies Bertha Melaye , of awas. Most.. ierury of WiUlUesa. N. It D. Attrmwr ad Mn. F. i. Coala t-. '1 tuand m tsheir plaset trip is Arttia- C Ma. Mis.. sad other poie. They re-. pert a ry tes. tim. w Ther is nmos kluaer sad other sall assad eat of lbertesa this .ear thea there ever has base beueg sad al lbs beals me...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 January 1910

r Si ; ~8·· 2" `' '"k~' ... e~i·.( ~ -,~., ·, ·-~~ Lr "' :*D~ " f; '*r :'''' 2'; .·I Q a a~ ^Y+ ?' * ·ipt' ·s--" · : ~d nr~ lijL11:l ~bxF'· ~i!·· -6,A ;' $i~· .· ~;P·. d _· ..j···-· ~-E: · 9"t~a~~ ~::·~ ~· 5 1 it. ·:··· . ~'F -· ·i'P~·i ·;~~r~C~ "4: ·· i~ S~s;, .r' i·ts~*~i~E~ ··I~, tf#r·:'·~l~ .. j~ ~'~'~i~itii~iii~L~WYiil~~P~YBSi COQknt;r,·-'~j~JI~$PTANa. BRID~Y~-JAN tr, Ipra c · t~66 -· · -- --- ------------- I-*~·ii-----··t----- . .. h RqNal; leaves the skin white Ln */ MOU '.l. c 1 , as ' r dsya ....... ...... .. 900sooo.oo00 to 15soo.00 Two cyftser .. ........... ................. P00.00 flagmst oin all machlns. nodals on band to demomstrat* wih. Win. Comb.s, 4geat, Sidnay, Meat. St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) A.risw smtrdl. Prs. Bverything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. ,ITY DRAY LINE L. B. SOHOW. PROP. DraIng Done on Short Notice et Reasonable Prices. OLUDLBBRTSON. (OMTANA *Money to Loan on improved PARMS! w all foreign countries. Depslt bones fo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 January 1910

SEL ..F CS ... Fr Our Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, Hardware, Groceries, S 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 German Nails, Mortise locks, Rim locks, padlocks, butts, strap hiages, "T" sox. Heavy Jersey suits, all sizes Fine Hy wool sex. Corduroy coats : Hinges, meat choppers. Tools-hand saws, Crosscut saws, Compass sws, 52 inches long, very special. Mole skin coats, the heaviest coat shown hack saws, meat saws, auger bit,, augers, drill bits, socket chisels, screw driv in Culbertson. A full line of fur coats. A fine line of men's neckwear. " ers, hammers, squares, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors, razor strops Round-up sox. : scissors, shears, tin-ware, granite iron-ware and other things too numerous *************************************************************** to mention. SFor Misses and Children. A very fine l...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 January 1910

V-W P 4 : .r -- ;~PYBY>_ : ~ ·a i. 'c* -p.' tthe MemNOmmed o s w =owsa taar a ser com oerathog goo r ~.w rjir at a theseehe Phasecome peakt Ta o rw t theo B af tyorern. qlfrmbepac fcn tL: A3 ~14.15. ~ur h · -s r.Pliemn d~to bEa u geLa jemiy - so rud Mur. Pef~loetma 2fr: Poflooma Please emam speak!" The . aso duty west to the door /, /// /A ii/f Se rmpe LayM f.A ae saow Waat be wanteL In his braken x~glia he explained w aharly tsht Damra bade Mast to L hoMIvas -a a the pst at W =M iawheud4 aertaisl wre h thuelasem. voama for her ahurah, a nad - her to be sat at -ss u delay. Ih be knew a her tnble.fc1w ~ LL "What Is thre ummla aa's sw! The ie at '3zsas Mead was XmUstal zLaHOt& and tk kuhewb asheMi.eauthas Ie~dh ha al ways belt in UIL. WW pino, tni Ssai te seetr at maae. T W~ -in r.' Sof ow ? atiea sau e the utar M vin bhh.t eurr·~E ~J9rrsu rb r b* c hem zozr um n tr s~rl -EElr · ~ Sojsbi ema wae 1¶meis he & to e at e 401r I' telpon to ý e whts. amst whI thereV s a ak s to e...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 January 1910

m t . EARQU .CH T IE1 0 III ,, NEWS NOTES CONDENSED A IDling Den ef ithMre I pmrt Evints Es l a T Foreign. The Observatore Romano at Rome prints a dispatch from Harrar. a town of southeastern Abyssinia. saying it is reported that King Menelik died De cember 23, and that the news was concealed in order to avoid internal troubles. The new Turkish cabinet, of which Hakka Bey is grand vizier, has been completed with the exception of the ministries of public instruction and of pious foundations. Changes have been made only in the ministries of war, marine and mines and forests. The proposed Austrian cabinet of Dr. Ladislaus Von Lukacs having failed to meet the approval of Em peror Francis Joseph, the latter in an audience entrusted Count Khuen Von Hedervary with the responsibility of forming a new ministry. The Russian foreign office has taken no action on the memorandum pre sented by the United States govern ment relative to the neutralization of the Manchurian railroad, which has been ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 January 1910

4 1 M b ! `ar bor bm o r tw tw ngb m a u.ý "n ow t - e tbepfto trI F&M ad loomn Ykm 1.m l bm 'PA I~~r When shown poitive and reliable proof that a certain remedy acured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also benefit her If suffering with the same trouble? Here are two letters ch prove the efficiency o Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. sihe wry m harva mronus areer bsua teesuge was ans Pwo w a.4.rera t ra snil asd ia. a urna wat she setes slees at __.M...Ns C. ur, bamh.v.s Ds Ob.. S ir.V emo m b a .t ag x elp myut N e us lab q amn1weekarra**alseHb * sewems he et. I.Asse pimesus Wim I gte. e I ba haes vnry siwr wit linysa blare to. "a rnwpe flg lam mew teiag te sfth bet. a i s1eM hat . E q i+ o - a tl 1, 4 m y 1 e l uuesty b s ,..Au heAs she have mIeme *te. -UIs..&Ni . Imh Oma, Iwamhmw Vinmest Wewill p a handsome reward to any who win prove to us that thee letters are not genu and truthful -or that either of the...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 January 1910

CONSERVATION OF I NATION'S RESOURCES rsident Taft Sends Special Message to Con eress Recommeading Prevention of Land Frauds, Control of Water Power, Fos tering of Soils and Kindred Subjects Wasbtnagton Jan. 14.-FollowIna is the complete test of the special mes. agIe on the conservation of the as tism's resources sent to the senate ad Souse of representlatves by tPraes ideat Taft today: To the Senate and Hlouse of Represenla Ia my annual imessage reserved the subject of the connerrution ato our a1a tOnal resources for ldispotlllon an a spe dl mesage, au follown: Ia several departments there is pre seated the ne.-essity for legislatIon took tag to the turthea r-.n-nervalton of our wational resourse a. and the subject In one of such importance :sa to re Maitr a more detailed and extendad dis-umaion Ihoan can be entered upa. in this acommumnrs tlon. For that reai..on I shall take anl early opportunity t msend a special mees sage to congren on the aubject of the Improvement of oulr water...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 January 1910

ý j-14 AW ·d,14 i°d iaw* d, is jeh a .ise r re ina , we s Ahte Cpelwd WeE Pas a Ca esn sIslter as W edaseday. rm. Mcewish "wn o Deluvwi yeresale maearnin asb s . A o was erm m Mr. ad Vs. Chrst Katmao as Dan Valley this weas. Go a s seseld & aglbf rot hor the bees Lihse CeaI. 9 .e per see delivered. asid A.L R.R is Mddlsisd Labs was is anw Tunesdey. 0lgb est mshes p ieosr p0e r Saner Jsd ampst Tanmer a Bs. lamnMmay weat t Olegew Sendey or a shnt whlt, ratnales the sest day. . Ateesey C. L Caoer made a trip to te Seath WMe - Taseday as baeseas. J. 0. Btdr Hormested wasi in tsws Saturdoa and ealhd at the Seerbibght of goutes aw of the farrmer eorth of town are eeoring wood from aloes the river tshi week. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid will maet with sra. I D. Heat Thursday Jan. sytb at the aml bhoar. Mr. ad Mrs. VYras estwick returned Mooday lam a vaestion trip to their old Lee Il Indiana. . OGege P. Sheldo. eneral manager of the Imperial levamtor Co., was her as Tuesday of last week...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 January 1910

The Searchlight. aWeled May ats. 1g. as Second-Class Matter. Posteace at Culbertsona. Moot. Uader Act of Coaores of March 9. t879 FRtANK S REED. Editor and Proprietor. Turss-l. aaMvace. per year ........ s on Advertig Rates. very reasonable. will be famished o-i application at this offce. THE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., !MONT. Prof Thomas Shaw, the em inent authority on northwestern agriculture, thinks corn will be o te of Montana's mcst inportant crops. One Judith Basin famer has ma tured seed corn every year for 29 years at an altitude of 4,ooo feet. A farmer In Valley county made a crop of 4o bushels of corn per acre on eight acres in 19o09 Yellow stone. Rosebud. Custer, and Daw son counties grow corn very suc cessfully The same ma% be sai f of Cascade. Chmtean and Teton counties. InJeed nearly all of Montana can raise corn. The James J Hill przes of St.ooo for lthe best tein ears of corn grown by .ravs under eighteen wtars of age wall bring out lt cotnt it. ter...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 January 1910

-7,~Mr daEr __ 7 Y~iL.V 3S*t C *VALLEY COUN4TY, VtANA FRIDAY, JAN s8. 1910. ý $o YA R~e r:m,# fta Foj chapped hands and face use Rose Cream, It has no equal; leaves the skin white anda d. VALLEY DIUO Co. * A. W. Hlusso, Proprietor MAXWELL 1910 Pe.r cylinder................ $900.00 to *1500.00 Two cylinder.. .......................... 600.00 ftlagate o all machines. nodels on hand to esmonstrate with. Wm. Combos, %gent. Sidney, Mont. St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Anirow sewnrad. Pres. Everything New and Upmto-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - Mont. CITY DRAY LINE L. B. SOHOW. PROP. Draylng Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. OUL3ORT8ON. MDONTANA . Money to Loan, on Improved FARMS I Salety Depeit s for sut. Stm*Ip tlimd to "saa from alt PwsssCeutries. icfs atest a A bed - e- *u.1Plmu fl 060 smhiaf Taft osy mty atreed floes haia b Glaqe s. nd Nit tsfe g. seles hela t We wnsmedy Josh oGagrs, who wseaieatad W dmeeky at Catmmbes hospital by Uader shrif Nk- a *wem m maer iameft...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 January 1910

The Biggest, Best and most Saving Sale Ever Known in Culbertson SWLENDNLEbW INALL uEPRARIEW4 Rather than move our Large stock we will . ~SELL FOR CASH1 Our Stock of Clothing, Shoes, flats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, Hardware, Groceries, and Farm Machinery, at prices never heard of here. This is a genuine slaughter. sMen's Goods. vHardware. flns eece lined "U" wear, very heavy, all sizes. Fine hayGerman* Nails, Mortise locks, Rim locks, padlocks, butts, strap hnges,"T 52 Inches long, very special. Mole skin coats, the heaviest coat shown j hack saws, meat saws, auger bit., augers, drill bits, socket chisels, screw driv* -~~ In Cuibertson. A full line of fur coats. A fine line of men's neckwear. 5ers, hammers, squares, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors, razor strops ad. S Round-up sex. *scissors, shears, tin-ware, granite iron-ware and other things too numerous S *~~~................................................................ omnin For Misses and Children. S A very fine l...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 January 1910

MOM ' F i $ ` AWJ7f~~4Y WPJL ýý'ý ý A 4A-M (WU SYNOPSIS. - r sirs. racoon veeee f ee asUI of wher bsis that 1 the e t the za e _n a mter }i SiM mr, it. a Oaslt5a1j t& - sesaawio Jaenices toKsstasi Ldo the tab, P oceda P t .asm a raddpumases bl mstaw eeon athbe beardofybe btn rothL theO drew t satr her m ostres chin aft smsee Aseama r. th r mWager orld. V an T pc as on love Dalovasa Mr. atshmor Shersaelhi eae ton teoorth amerasd bad totpbeaed oferety bf ond there UsM edr hernoa .aasweatb deehimd, sheth askn "wab to theais m w, eruboo. t pI trsust sy o "O ntibias. to arn aret eawere Malsars foranTrd bought aherch and ,ad h to waith as." i oale y ouath. Ye ave mra R the btsaiwetha wadsw -eno ePor.the rube foite trv e wh e brobh.me 4or mssUe al asshour laven, s od si ve beegureb srt sathed fure h thee cnsouti lar Maar revAm lut said t v aius atedehrersef. R h ore ed "I otoatsnk paroeede t fn waste artead rImedo bakeeaw aoto the tiy bre owno harshe then sprad aniie imense white Wveil...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 January 1910

Y iget ad s s * REED. P. *EWSNOTES CONDENSED A Doihg 3ews of the lore I.. gartan Eveas lore ad There Foreign a Former President Roosevelt In a let ter dated Nairobi, East Africa, Dec. k 15, and which was received at the a sinithsonlan institution, states that the expedition under his direction up t;, that date had collected 8,473 specd menu of vertebrates, a large number r of mousiks and other invertebrates. r several thousand plants and about 2.000 photographs. Countess Cassini. daughter of the former Ruslan ambassador at Wash ington. who has been studying in Paris for two years. made her debut in a concert at the Theater Femina in a Paris. Complete returns from elections in England for members of parliament make the standing of the parties to date as follows: Government coali tion: Liberals 79, laborites 17. Irish nationalists 16. Opposition: Unionist 96 Net unionist gain, 30. The Belgian authorities have been advised of systematic frauds which are being practiced against the Amer...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 January 1910

w~as or at awE I I'eweih ms ~ an eer NO 0LFNM THAT AY, BUT Esvldatepe, aMd n"" MeleAlesi other Pasenie That Seems Swm. hew to 4e with It. It was custoemary ter Varles.* ea least ghbs see at assn atmiesly, to s-ed the afteramoos Iav atusytde emgroeeed with gedt balls -at high. bals. Belmg a lev shap, he was a abasepit s boeth peathaes, da se* Saturday, however, he was semmsasles to spre th r'wbele .a *1dswuelgs t Wseasteg beake meanss His *wie aao iWe 'daughter, as ma)s, wire sawaltli ma ea the -pleb. '*Is Aens 69de, OW Aawwh*U'h . .eat. as the athe. ~iea l r .ush . d e.pelstee. -tei m aid he Iasi'b~e ap a I eel her. "No.gmeateay," he repeatel. lees Ileeaue e.srietd the saIr ea sale: "We),.peae, ?ee do sau aufuflyst The Ruls Paelesi. An old Ir*b"wona,' bsraw labg & "gone but aft forgotigs. iNl: -Mlda was the telas man e t 'igyaad held be lvima mnow, It It wast dor the *dhrlmk. sHe bad a 4m sad sue. that baste woenldbriag 'im hemse fom the saloon whin he was so 'ised wd liquor he ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 January 1910

N Ml Hist ! Shirt Mystery Puzzles Police C HICAGO.-The Woodlawn police have been working on a deep mys tery to solve. It concerns three woolen shirts. Two of the garments are size 15 and the other is 16, according to a message sent to all police stations by Capt. John McWeeney. The shirts were found by Patrolman Hogan at Sixty-third street and Madi son avenue. They were strewn along the sidewalk. Hogan called the patrol wagon and the shirts were sent to the station. Close examination of the garments revealed their size. After the lieu tenant and sergeant and "fly cops" dia cussed the mystery for 15 minutes a message was framed and telephoned to the central station. Later it was transmitted to each of the 44 stations in the city. This was the message: There is at this station three woolen shirts. Two are size 15 and one 16. Capt. McWeeney s name was signed to it Patrolman Hogan modestly told of the "find" as follows: "I was traveling my post about eight o'clock when my attention was ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 January 1910

J. 3L SEOer of EdlseV hha wash Us.S Tmesisp. alea. L. J. Camineerr sal inso earas . T. par of Utahs was ia oswa wdagbsp. asO Oetse seo smapaa Wien to sas Ueads,. Al Weia.. 4 vt fini r wainsws aý* Tuse, - ' 1 F. *ns sat! urnM ene mrnaasi frs ...sa Neemd"r. Dust hips nsy.s T r Fees Dom as Msaby altd nteas weak. Boom mas.e p. pai for Daser sowaA rpat Teamser B~et.. j. Y. fr. i aEssr 1it 3 Dam S lashwas is ao. T1..esy. P. V. I~elgpes, e ar at the baok ern Denmar. was is teen mold a. ON* eageslelor aspe at dhi Shewesst Ia Gas a hsleud pries. 4i a1 . J.ank Waamp. former heleor hea 3s Clb Trehem watsa one s Wedaa das. wal0. Pabataa swearMed Tciedae hse the *sswes Oran" Mits. R. . Ceveead& atedi spast a oomplee day tai I.at eley'+hs valek. C. R. tabn and F. F.. AsM seasbl as Does. N. V.; ar' speedles ase weak is cbs hur ats a k aed. us Ot yewbeaatters, bridle dal ua sq.si. rspairaeg sac.. at W. N. Jacob. Harasesa Skip. 41 t f. J. H. kachlesw. porter for tek ' ew York Tme... was in t'nth...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 January 1910

The Set chlight. "lwMay ii.e sii atos. Mst.aai Uader Act d Congpes O March 9. i8y9. FRANK S. REED. Ed56ar and Proprietor. Term-Ia maewsc per year..... sne. Adveitlia Raw, very ren "ah ", be lerinliad s' appllcatlce at thin @6cm. ti TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO, ENT. I' Poplar Items " Peplar Camp. No. utey . M. W. f.A r s each tat sad 3d Wedesedays at Opera H wose Hall as p a. H C Walker V. C.: L. L. Brisk. Clerk. The lellowlag is te asew sceduile as the c GrOea Northera Ry. at Poplar. Most.: Urns Usual N3 3 seuieess fla. .. ao stop I Ue. Bead No a msivee 41U a... waop. Urns Dsead W a. ulvesed m a a. Nsain Wae sl se N4. andeeals mm. me so wag beei Is. a $ arives lsi a. m. s stop Waen Seai 3.s S.iW rases a . a. stowg Mafles Use. I. s asd 4. Peoso sm ll hbe opes ca Isadas. truse fast es a. PFe set eape.w correepoedeal. lbs Slmtse of the Montana Star TeIe phema Co.. was is tows the arst of the weak. Peal Babcock and Frank McCormick of Celbersoas wete Is town last Satu...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 February 1910

:p, FRIDAY, FEB 4, #0. as.. PER YEAR 'hands and face ISW~3 t Ca'fri, its -has- no. qu aes the skin white VALLI3, DUO coo A. W. #tdxsI, Propietoar jXWFLLI191O Feweyr sril.....a... . 900.00 to.61800.OO Two qitMiar .. ..... .......... $ 00.00 riagst. M MI wasehlsm. moms em head to ieineedrs with Wi. Cs bi. ,A* '$~It Slue.:Mcit.ý GroW A!!:L For Ladies 9cleapes Ladies' fleeced hose 35C1028 Choice can beans....... Will Bein Its Ladies'cctton hose toc now 86 Ripe tomatoes, solid packed Ladies' cotton hose 2oc now. 18S per can .....*.**.****.. Ric T hr nu" aiparChildren's Of leecd hoea c ert ...c now............. Cracked rice, per lb ........ 3C Child.en's o rslod hose 2Sc asp * I0 .-if Saturday, Fe5th igio Children's fwosted hoseo Grnpe oet....... . ...... c.. ... lb s '........k Never in the history of this or any other mercantile establishment La- s.'..ors .covers. 7D AutJaaatpan cake flour, suc ..for C.or . ........'.33c in Valley County has there been such opportunities for the buying ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 February 1910

SL FORC Oth Biggsth, hoest and most aveuingSsK w Harbwreo r,, ong, Shoes, C s Gihard rr. Men's fleece lined "U" wear, very heavy, all sizes. Fine heavy German * Nails, Mortise locks, Rim locks, padlocks, butts, strap hinges, "T" 52 inches long, very special. Mole skin coats, the heaviest coat shown .hack saws, meat saws, auger bit., augers, drill bits, socket chisels, screw driv in Culbertson. A full line of fur coats. A fine line of men's neckwear. Sers, hammers, squares, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors, razor strops Round-up sox. :scissors, shears, tin-ware, granite iron-ware and other things too numerous ..............................................................:.to.mention For Misses and Chldren.: * Avery fne line of Misse's and Children's coats and cloaks at almost your { Groceries. own price. We offer a very nice comforter at $2.00. Come in and see it. U Oreen apples, apple butter, Hun~t's baking powder, Schilling's baking pow * der, oat meal, beans, herring in keg...

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