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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 March 1910

t, tari; · ·--- L "io oai TAA FIAY ARHrgo *01.VII. NS 4. CL TON VALEY OUNY, --2, 1 • 'b,* We have just receives. 4u1l line of Dr. Hess' stock tfood, ,condition powder, poultry pow +ders, elic cure, gall cure, -dis temper repedy, and all other remedies for veterinary use. There are none better. VALLEY DRUG CO.. A. W. HIsol, Proprietor MAXWELL 1910 MOOD. L C Four cylder .............. .. $900.00 to 11 OO.OO Two y lider.. .......... .................. 1600.00 flagasts em all maNtahls. fodils on bead Io demonstrate with. Win. Comb~s, gent, Sidney. Mont. Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites accounts of the people, useuring perfect service and every accommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED Ja GO TO THE a Red Blacksmith Shop a a for a rst class job of HORSE SHOEING We igursnats satislactory work on all kusad of hespital herms as we have a first class sher. ie is a graduate frem Papease shoelal shop of Boton Mus. oEO. BALPOU...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 March 1910

1p SearSchlight. Rassuad May .ss.. aspo. as Saosm-C.a Matr. "IPoelass at Cibmraos. Moat., Usder Act of Casms of March 9. a1y FRAN S. REED. Edior and Proprietor. Terms-ta aa, per year ........ .oo Advertlsing Rats, very reasosaMe. wll be fairhe o applicatins at this oace. TIE FIRST REMUILICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Rev. L. J. Christler had the misfortune'to lose his residence near Havre by fire on Monday night. The furniture was all con samed as well as a fine library, Rev. Christler himself barely es. caping in his nignt clothes. The Searchlight Editor noticed an exchange on our desk this week called the Cascade Courier. It is printed and publishel by our friend Col. C. E. Hanton, formerly of the Glasgow Democrat. It is a newsy sheet and has a fine adver tising patronage. We judge that the Colonel has struck his gait and will soon be at the top of for tune's lander. John Survant has declared his willingness to accept the nomi nafion at the bands of the Republi cans for t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 March 1910

`t " zt 1Y f °" k. r rý ry T: fPý... y i ýI' L Y ýý f i' aF ý ".ice LP.UIý` L r~:Y.h. k· ý[ t Uproeat$ -ý ta w flv L~ OSJ3I.r W u4dw MtI t~i Yw Rt. liwlag "Whl I w tain U* ttv.rpoV. ther ar.ow a ]fit w i b lsatdo Wad Not dill wVbkyth w cab *i4t .sasaf t wa W iuat et bb tares uowalmos .mdtm Chest "ALr I Usee i seu wt C galt Mam usEr the Albert 4ehe eeq "'W, I eheld thi-k ear th Ilce auewire. It's base gaulgee by thess mutthbm.' Net Apmpuegit Sntar Deverl4aU eas rglybLe at a dhnaer in Weahlustew to a Celmiare the Sde trod. you reisd mead a awlau hk eothd t wfern l TLsa -* hw m the gednsawid domes watabed thIww sri. at the cina down into h.the out renotauglar chamber pregiawe 1 it. Ha heved a ah as tbe tec amo to a ate, ats eat to thý migss, talcr beergy: "'ie' the useesW It I eaer dw i my liar. o ad havee -dui ek the hued at IL' "-buday Mr at the Qwvkled leer Lit MAM-C;3L ~i~ri ru:b =0; di froma 't a met .l a at w aistu t ` sre_ het ha 4* Ulhree het bt týl Ml~t. fs -tha t tehe lea tis...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 March 1910

xuý xejfl`':e wanuB pimr; .umikrr rmnwo s ý ý ý inIEWa Mý -eu-s -I whem rrLV N IM , ~T "Wo6 actaie £ieo s .t "i a t 1 /e tr an cae wm L *~o 6 swate "It NAMhweadth bLSM rftbk & L ur " oldl raha o~ r ýa ramous priu 'is Losmomto Koor5a~ a wealthy creek aadr. bMeet wasCmm lea Sam65 fd Waus u~s berg; sad lty sw et Isdami wti il,~thw"Ce i cl -M Melwrn ý ltwsUsaAn am. wh e ee e*6 heuehe ~~ the xa to -x toth to~ treses OHAPTIR X14 -CeeonusIM. 8e tarinG the Now -'d asS MeAW It to hs.. The " ttrn wew of swat AmrSu .s bsa atsi hl e.. war. wtoto at ro"e6 at ht OWN" ~.mew".d at am aiu. att. whet. was hsef hMaG hedy sfgsed a go mow derm gpersw to oosaectloa with bee aemaetrn sand her own emi Mm and the Is~agsma war nsot- so toher s. It would have d'5hfI I elga 1 itre ehe ashed. wha eke had Isiekel.. "10 ows .sht or py ess sm r e "fee ws sam. phaeriea." saW Varn ipe withoat hesitatiom. "Tb. eters - ai tog to your preimeelom. ho c-m you asmear Maimi It. asS We he wrote "brgs Douse" at the bat a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 March 1910

i 3 ,r " 5 "- a ·df?.E 9?·16"JC rr(-r .i ýý a·týi+'L a or . . q llb a Mflbttosj wo" float a lob Mi wu6u acrebl roew ar buo d g. bsa tat a Tb -t. Sw iw m ss ftr It ins ygd at Ion1 pu, b um a rlm kw. Lrm At ls M l b hr Yeo ls. Tw dtadm bw /prrwu ar f ` ' Dum wImb ý 4W. ssii. tu elr inm Du *birk.~Grl~ Iwe np b I # mu fti umrlu th er bYIh~l gud WJ ry, .6.34 ama ort~~ awa with.IrU bow th WW4 ~ i~~"s I,$ hi i~: ry-t* Yb. fr s1. ass I"wbi i _ -SL '' t /Ir sad Yrii *" cb r s tk W N I1f~ it 10 two' mbffiý 4i, ms L9h n~dc ~ a.' pu' .J Imsb:.bM WaUIIM :IV- b-eha.~ u# 1e s me J&· y..p - .>3g wI1 h i W ' lus i t Y11' ,n r r K f . 1~.4 w Com :fws 00b a 'i e1 toi. w M I . Jfw ° b' s~ *4Opsl :Iliafrn ·ra--. 4i Wssqt si bi I Is M I MoIu asht a Wissls .. 1 maltiar t oil ?l E e *04 Now 411040 ax asa at ma y. ý , . a tr l Mbee ss ~rn ss lbs Nse. N.. asw kn.s m I . a s sa Iw sai .o rs lfkf t.. LDM1.,ý ý11ri Al 8. # awltrl. ' 1)" r---t- riýa ar p1l sil rrý,aretl#t «ýýº oak tit rr Irt 14'' 4 S. raa...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 March 1910

SCOIEISED A hIs km M i d re Ia ?Pewm M 11 A spedal committee of scientists is maklig am investigation to ascer tae$ the stability of the leaning tower at Plea, Italy, from the foundation of which water has been springing for a long time. This has resulted, it is aM toin weakening the understructure Ot the historic tower. Meetngs of anti-clericals, who seek he reopening of the lay schools and rival meetings of Catholics in op position to the movement, were held to many parts of Spaln. At Bilbao, rioting followed a Catholic meetingl and the pollee charged the crowd. several persons being wounded. Many arrests were made. The news of the resetnation of the former Persian ministry because of Its inability to bring about the with drawal of the Russian troops from Persia sad because of its objections to the terms of the AngloRussian loan. Is not believed ina t. Petersburg. Inormationl is to the effect that the Persian parliament proposed to raise fuads throush the sale of the crown The cou...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 March 1910

a , WOMAT O. er a cetr a cent, ~a.", cieamp. edl Sa y e em m aa -~ IV Mke Uamhl..be 3, g . .tb a . the s.L P c e he bell h de els, b 1 t .tM ra ap, gUN aca, t Wr . S.turbsr m a Al time h . Ser. was as eows ebday citor tmce ppr. d slboure sasi. Patricsa llM sa o Bteme d Shea kwase 3 atrrday rtom a wite to labelsr . L.. atol is bow o hs cime - w Plenteeral . a. et Hrv. J. Wlomsesd . a Pl*ve Horan colel t ar tseb a BOm s Acewt as . psainst , as em e to au. Cmues at ams b tCe Nlorbto d Hosesmd is helldg fatet far H Spadag t Co., eI Medicie Alib se wa is anws Samuday. Sthe Sdar Wid Mill o do year L S. Moem, the herdware mss eeL m tro saes. 44 t *Gdejob pristlag dosat the Searc II AltAhoseuh she prima el living h p sgeap saverl aotesse we are .stl deml bdlasa at the eme d saue as the eeme low pris. 46 e.t 4 parrisge limes was weed leas week to ja. H. McGaalsa ud Sdie J. I).deipll of R detose, Meet. AL ore collars carried over Iro om'lams weer .1 sow for S per cent ad ai Brease & Schow...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 11 March 1910

Oure- Stceik O ta Gents' Furnishings, rdware, Groceries and Farm Machinery, at prices never heard of here. This is a genuine slaughter.. Every article in our Culbertson store must be sold by RMARCH 31 1 10 Regardless of cost. 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 hinges, "T" sox. Heavy Jersey suits, all sizes. Fine Hy wool sox. Corduroy coats Hinges, meat choppers. Tools-Hand saws, Cross-cut saws, Compass saws, 52 inches long, very special. Mole 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 line of men's neckwear. ers, hammers, squares, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors, razor strops Round-up sox. iscissors, shears, tin-ware, granite iron-ware and other things too numerous ******************************************************:oooo*oo** to mention. Fo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 March 1910

tA 'r .t $.1CULSERTWKN VALLEY COUNTY; ANA, FRIDAY, MAR#CH 18, i930. $2._ 0g0 PEREA For treatment .i dis eases of filled crops, will prevent wheat and oats smut, flax wilt, and potato scab. Every farmer should use the treatment. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huxsol, Proprietor Pour cylinder.. ............ $900.00 to $15O0.00 Two cylinder............................$6000.00 Ilagasto on all machInes. fodel on hand to demonstrate with. W. Ceambes. gent, Sidney, Mast. Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites accounts of the people, assuring perfect service and every accommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE 'SOLICITED - r-nF-- ,,i.,--- - :r.,,:z -- -. m,=.: :, . . - · - .-= -- ' _a O 1'O THe : Red Blacksmith Shop w a fora first class job of HORSE SHOEING We guarantee satisfactory work on all kinds of bospital howes., as we have a first class shoer. he is a graduate from Papoose shooing shop of Boston. Mass. OEO. BALFOUR, Prop. CULBERTSON, MONT....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 March 1910

The Searchlight. Etaered May s.i. toa. as Saoned-Clea. Matter. Poetelce at Celllbson. Most., Under Act of Congre of March 9. s-yp. FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietor. Terms-In advance, per year........ i.cc Advertising Rates. very reasonable, wll be furnished on application at this office. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STAITED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. C he Great Northern Railway has recently issued a bulletin entitled '-Scientific Farming in Montana", It gives some fundamental princi pals which should be followed by the farmer who is cultivating land where the rainfal: runs from 12 to 20 inches per year, written by Prol. Thomas Shaw. Any farmer can secure this bulletin, together with other publications of like nature, by addressing, S. J. Ellison, Gener al Passeger Agent, G N. Ry., St. Paul, Minn. Write for it today. mentioning the Searchlight. Miss Macie Moore one of Glas gow's most popular young ladies has accepted the position recently resigned at the County Court House by Miss Daisy ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 March 1910

The Biggest, vBest and most Savlng Sale Ever Known in Culbertson S ilG BR EDUC TIORO I? .\II. DEPAR IKITS Rather than moveour Large Stock we will sell for cash Our Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, Hardware, Groceries, and Farm Machinery, at prices never heard of here. This is a genuine slaughter. Every article in our Culbertson store must be sold by Regardless of cost. 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 hinges, "T" sox. Heavy Jersey suits, all sizes. Fine Hy wool sox. Corduroy coats Hinges, meat choppers. Tools-Hand saws, Cross-cut saws, Compass saws, 52 inches long, very special. Mole skin coats, the heaviest coat shown : hack saws, meat saws, auger bits, augers, drill bits, socket chisels, screw drilv in Culbertson. A full line of fur coats. A fine line of men's neckwear. ers, hammers, squares, knives and forks, pocket knives, razors, ra...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 March 1910

MII .l T , I r *I IOWTAM ,. SN E OTES CONDENSED. A Idlg wm of tLe aire Im . ptat Eveas Iure n d There Premier Asquith announced in the house of commons that the resolutions concerning the house f lords which are to be submitted by the govern meat on March 29 would include a proposal for shortening the duration of parliament. Dr. Doyden. the French solentist and Captain Van Langendonck of the Belgian army fought a duel at the Hip podrome at Nice. France. At the second attack Dr. Doyden pricked the captain's right forearm, whereupon the seconds stopped the combat. The duelists were reconciled. Vesurius has suddenly become act ire again. There have been eruptions for the past twenty-four hours of stones and ashes, this being accom panied by Internal detonations. Sev eral flasures have opened, from which gases and lava are emerging in great quantities. A company of distinguished Brit ens, with many American residents, gave a banquet in London to Former Vice President Charles W. Fairbank...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 March 1910

sa w 4= 11 ____yImrw. m~~ pUah- 3~biQmm OQ Jio azsnt·~Lill( Isr mai from roob poad dIalas wrasy urn. Ooamoouni. 11 *PU~ptIadul rn~ar women amk~hnnr Undetb Antblr J08iJ, 11m - In sa.,e.I veer,, M o . ha em ecto beal i by S Plntrham ro Yepebbe Cmpo d i1 r» r naý tWpyar. ru l D 09dw The Wretchedness of Contipation CAut1m w_ G PE InE mm ime t Shc The Best shoes for C en h.r U>N yearswe have dae s b$ ý ellna $L7 U&.* UYiO~ hDUW lvt bt a teo _ Nele~ee sstwe at e >W M~fork.SSboo Its mmma~osS uýe.«rafluee.. wtheP ISd al ebs m5_iiea r wsreowr eut6 wels hae hre.We Godyar. e dfa uwi ouslta tue pel t. Ba of~ metume au 2·k·la len me 555re da s e in soss. m.h meb%~ lw SherbCuuu .ere mem mmd ae Lere cwe il·rlb s yea WUU.U15. WOW S CO.ý Neehinsteo. N1.Y. aI at rby 0~llu ik·d~r·Ir l ·d IIL ·~7.-pb Qodu~u UI utwbl~rilpC ) MI~~p·Ir l ~ wrPu ·mb rIrl A ar~i dllar~r~ ( g~ ·C~ahi PL I,~el0Ea ''I~Dr~od d~Ur ·1 BQ (OU~L fr3l~ at~d~rr~gLr M AT lqT Alin f W -Sws h .S.e fe.t .I isaere .-Thes iis a s...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 March 1910

CT k Ia. a A d BV'fAýB w CDAWrOPD J e7/oRq aF' e.Ml~A /fl&SfA' "Lr41RlP, LllFT,?ATA, 9' &.OY sO. WE1L, ITr*AMI P A W.-"AW LH4AWAMVMO 40 SYNOPSta. Baraka. a Tartar girt, became enamored of a golden bearded stranger who was prospecting and studying herbs In the vieinity of btr home in central Asia. and revealed to him the location of a mine , of rubles hoping that the stranger would love her in return for her disýlosure They were followed to the cave by the gitrl'as relatives, who blocked up the. en trance, and drew off the wate.r iuppy. leaving the couple to die. narrka'; c.usin Sand. bet betrothed. att.nmptd to climb down a cliff overloking tii' mane, hut the traveler shot I.im. Tfi stranger was rettved from a wat. r g.e.rd adl car ricd. dug his way .te of the tunnel, and s departed. desrttr:r: tlae ;r ;ri an arrying a hag of rubet. itaraka g.thlfrni all the a gems she couhil tarr y..,nd rt!.rt.l in pur- 1 suit. MargrVet lnn. e Margarl'at da Cordoats . a faulr -s p.ina l. nn...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 March 1910

AWr u 7 Ash cauea easea s-cos the river fsi meshe pS e po.d hrI Better an- ap.aTsamer a Batas. A bila l mir an b had sr the Rmiassed slopes. sued wheat for eel at hie a seme A dris Eleva ilt. 4r If MiG "iheSgear W ad Mill to do poir Tmp VaSg LaS d Co.. her a lware men Thof it Balgais is sarler itpa ad blin The Valley Drug Co.: advertise formal debOdas a semedy for Ba ilt. graino east dtc. Get the Star Wind ill to do rwill puepilg. 8. S YMo, the hardware man a. th G"* . 44 If The Ge Salm ohas N peaed iu howli ealla ad ervy e tak advatage of the mea Ri. See their a td. 0o the Phase= Cab for Blue Ribbou Whhey. ght years old ad sa trictly ar.se. N.we ina Ll thrs Servicesl will t. e b.el.at C iiares Marh s 4o agnot so:3 a. e. Rev. J. Wolhbts. . C. StreNs of Nases wras in towa r.et Repubtlses o a ooar city Oeogr Mo~lsald sad family arrived herea Seday om Oklahoma and will take a bemesu ad la this vicinity. S. . S. Mtos or Zeoalt b arn Cal the yvery bet made. Single sad darble psi sam as e...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 18 March 1910

li IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALEII Purchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The : : andsUnder the Homestead Laws. A RAD THISr 00 __ _ __ _ __. 0. * 0* 0 5 320 acre claim, 20 acres broke, house 160 acre claim, £30 acres broke, house S* 0 6 £ba4, stable asx 1 2, granary s2 x £2 12 x t8, with addition £2 x 14. granary : * * and 40 acres fenced, situated three * £4 x 36, good well of pure, water, * a three miles Rm town. Price $700. * fenced, situatd 3 mles from new @0 0 @ *0160 acre claim, 40 acres broke, house 0 railroad. Price $2.500). * t " " Purchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The 0 0 0 .0 tIlr * * 44 x z6, b)arn £4 Xx 6, situated seven 10 0 acre claim, 24 acres broke, 40 acres 0 t 00 0 mi Lands Under the Homestead Laws. o * * 160 acre claim, deeded property, house SPrice $709.* S* 1211 4, 12 acres broke, all fenced, * 00 005 " s 320 acre claimed o acres broke, house " 100 acre claim, 13o acres broke, house " P " " 16* x, stable 12 X 12, granary 12 x12 " 12 axt8, with addition 1o x'14, gr...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 March 1910

A- ; r _ vms M4 .,. a'.' ! ~ .Y' ý` . "FYT .; -:. ,ta s a> Ac. OD 1 !t 'ply ANA. FRIDAY, MARCH3,9t -*- - 4. * * t4% 4 . sI or~ as lameer oi ,bkh Y A .e l..th Ulfsse~eg is 1at meat that peftrseais we assmtanae. .. aiahs their own Iaesset t saletead Northwteters It misn their passe-ales is m ' O/ b w s s e tbm MeM eagA Mns. .. VALCE DIR6 O. aweProprietor Four cylinder ............. .... 0900.00 to *I00.00 Two cyl18 r.. ..: . .. ................... 8~l0 ý00 . 11ageste eeall anaciblens. rodes eNAS to d'iwh sito stem. * wa . Cose.4 Sat tay h 11 W . sk . s nsd y.I t.Traders State , Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. . Capital, 2.000 Dollars Invites acoounts of the people. assuring perfect service and every accommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE' 80T.4CITED OO TO THE A" Red `Blcksnith Shop a r a frst flas% job of a HORSE SHOEING We Wgesatew sstisIactery wprk * aMU kimds of a as we have a first class sheer. 1 is a ate free sheeIe abingst GEO. BALFOUR, Prep. CUL: MMT,. DR. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 March 1910

his **a n lt, userWsq a M . lt - Sm. cos thew. mc~ 94011 M emip. . :01., U~sar Ask M Conge d Mwanh *, tp PRANE S. 9R2D. utme eltPrepdrister Tara-Is a-4 ieas. ptr year ......$6.44 BoRam. vry ,ere.sasa wad ba 1 n applUuictne at ris ea. TIE MIST aEutLICA PAlIA STARTES IN VALLEY CO., UONT. Primaries tonight. Don't Forget to Register. School election one week from Tomorrow April 2nd. Citizens Ticket Primaries is Stephen's Hall tonight. The Republican proprietors as sounce that they will soos put in a newspaper plant at Poplar. The basusess men of that town are wide awake and are getting into the aewspaper game early. *Dry Farming Practice in Mong tana", is the title of a pamphlet just issued by Director Limleld of the Montana Agricultural Station which contains a mass of practical information and points out the rnethods which, when followed, will insure success in farming with set irrigation in Montana. The authors are, Alfred Atkinson, agrosemist, and F. S Cooley* t emp:mnteadeavatof ef...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 March 1910

The Biggest, Best and most Saving Sale Ever Known in Culbertson RILLIiu REUCTIOTID 01Dtr ARTIE NT Rather than move our Large Stock we will sell for cash Our Stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gents' Furnishings, Hardware, Groceries, . and Farm Machinery, at prices never heard of here. This is a genuine slaughter. Every article in our Culbertson store mnst be sold by Regard less of cost. "i..ii"....!#""""""""".!"#""""#"............".#"""""!"""""********"****************************************************** *#*** . " Men's Goods. .. hardware. Men's fleece lined "U" wear, very heavy, all sizes. Fine heavy German 0 Nails, Mortise locks, Rim locks, padlocks, butts, strap hinges, t'T" sox. Heavy Jersey suits, all sizes. Fine Hy wool sox. Corduroy coats : Hinges, meat choppers. Tools-Hand saws, Cross-cut saws, Compass saws, 52 Inches long, very special. Mole skin coats, the heaviest coat shown hack saws, meat saws, auger bits, augers, drill bits, socket chisels, screw driv in Culber...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 March 1910

FRANK IL REMD P . t.uwERTsm, * * MONtANA. NEWSNOTES CONDENSED A Ieiling IBew of the Merc IW -s Evets eore ud There Senor Nilo Pocanha, president 01 Brazil, gave a banquet to William Jen nings Bryan, at which the American ambassador. Irving it. Dudley and Mrs. Dudley and the members of the em bassy were present. Canada has read between the lines of Washington dispatches that a tariff war with the United States is inevita ble and has accepted the situation. The expectation is that on April 1, Ca nadian goods will be assessed a 25 per cent. surtax, and that soon afterwards Canada will levy a 33 1-3 per cent. tax on American goods coming into Canada. A year and a half have elapsed since an official state act was publish. ed announcing the annexation of Bios ala and Herzegovnia and the grant of a constitution to those provinces. Now the emperor has given his sanction to this constitution, which, after long ne gotiations between the Austrian and Hungarian governments, is at length agreed ...

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