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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 March 1910

mo.t T im get he~a pint sta put the othe0 tw, eta It. Tahe a taapsems. . i tare blero sena meta w at bed time. ehke the botts Ny sale Good eaects we teM b1 at aw. MWan ao the werut ea e here have been cared 1b thel. Ay' Iruggisthas these iearedienea an beas k wvI qulewy get them heas his wholems homes A Tough Ott. Redd.-Why do they WdMbl pilse Aghter the Young 1 aqtm. You suppose? Green.-ru sure I de't ktow. A young bantam is net supposed to be tough.-Yonkers Statesuan. DON'T NEOLECT YOUR EIDNEYS. easonon SAMPLE nOTTLE FREE- o em. oestrate the value of Peruna in all ca tarrhal troubles we will send you a sam. pie bottle absolutely free by mail. The merit and success of Peruna ia so well known to the public that our readers are advised to send for sample bottle: Address the Pcruna Company. Columbus, Ohio. Don't forget to men tion you read this generous offer in the If in need of advice write our Medical Department, stating your case fully. Our physician in charge will send you advice...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 March 1910

- a - _ a Bf1{4PIPN CRAW OPD AumDRQ¶M R,4cIM£Eseg Lir?~Xz('fl fl1"' ILLilJWATk2%BYt¶ so. WElLj, 4 COPY*J'IT~s 1ffA?¶AR/O V CRwR~foA SYNOPSIS. Dvikse a Tartar girl. became enamored of a goidef bearded stranger who was rospct) and ad studying herbs In the vicndth ? hTR home no central Asia and revealed to him the location of a mine oif ubiss hoping that the stranger would love bsr in rtur 0 0or her disclosure They were followed to the cave by the gi elaivesto who blocked up theen trance. and drew off the water supply. rulesvn teo spl.He torde.ete Barub' coui Baraka la maetrd, attremt the gehclimb down a cliff overlookin d the mine but the traveler shot him. ffhe stranger was revived from a water gourd Satd car ried. du his way out of tbe. tunnel. and departed, deserting the girl and carrying a bag of rubles. Baraka gath-red all the gems she could carry, and started In pur suit. Margaret Kronne tMargarnta da Cordova). a famous prima donna. became engaged In l.isndn to Konstantin Lo got...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 March 1910

.' .~~- . ..- *ami Thebbofa b~spa was~ a Cae*. a F. Ttasmw r*eItw s a~ cuiraimm sea sea Webusledy. mstbet gelso paM tar Dellr M Th9aer a Boeets I. S da slehg leash slaimear was a *wa m eal leys this m:eh. Mrimai sas. J-ta Maales wese as - i mirash less asemadAo. Eraser Bosses of Klmlale, Dawasm Cienay, was ia maa Wedammdsy. Raclaed Biassma smed wheat for use st she Hamaa Barasa RiEeasr. 4$ 3t New liae of fsraehlhage tr m«; ushc wear, buasie,. shirts eec. Teaser & Bats Co. T Umisdewall tO GrOeaba . Miss.. ar tead bse Sumday sad is looking up a Ge she Star Wiad Mill to do your paplg. S. S. Meas. the baarwase mse bis thet es he sale. 44 tf oGah dh...sm Cafe for B1mm 3 bhoa Whiahap. eight years old and strictly nen. Kise & Sc~ow Prip. 1411 The Presbyterlas Ladies Aid will ha ma eartalmed by Mar Rath Millur at the 3am torpriaq asoe PrMay April tst. T. M. Armetveag. whobas a rach asth df DoSdetka, ap is Iaws Watdasday sad j- sha e dSeaa light howo roll . See S. S. Mesa or Zealth h...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 March 1910

READ THIS """""."0*........."...s"1"H .0 IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE ti Purchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The Lands Under the Homestead Laws. 320 acre claim, 20 acres broke, house 0 160 acre claim, 13o acres broke, house " 6 x 24, stable x2 X 12, granary 12 X 12 12 x t8, with addition 12 x 14, granary and 40 acres fenced, situated three " 14 x 36, good well of pure water, " " three miles from town. Price $700. " fenced, situated 3 males from new " " j " ~railroad. Price $2,500. + : 160 acre claim, 40 acres broke, house : r P 0 44 x 16, barn 14 x t6, situated seven " 160 acre claim, 24 acres broke, 40 acres 0 * f " miles from town. Price $1,100. " fenced, 3 miles from new railroad. * " " 1 Price $700. " " " 160 acre claim, deeded property, house a c ae " 0 32 x 14, 12 acres broke, all fenced, " 10 acre claim, 3oacres broke, house " situated three miles from town. Price " 14 x I, granary to x 14, barn 16 x 16, " " 6. $2500. " good well, situated 3 miles from new " 320 carailroad. Price...

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

W OL. VIII. NO So. CULhbU VALLEY COUWT! MQNTA?4AI FRIDAY, APRIL i. igio. * 0 'It's in t 91 The purty of the hLoes!dOa. t, b mee la An , ^01 is the A it~al poi-tates it's amufst ee. aThes their own Isinsemd oilm selected Northwesters It never heavs their pauinelcoa i i n is I rai.seizd wand gr lewed M int tAfusestk m ed oft 0aW A oa k smets em4 etmtema Pales eate VALEY D RUG CO. A. W. liuxsol, Proprietor MAXWELL 1910 Four cylinder.. ..............$900.00 to.1500.00 Two cylinder.. ............................ 000.00 v Itagneto on all machines. rIodels on hand to demonstrate with. Wmn. Combes, gent. Stdnsy. Mont. 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 £KWWWMS2b WaggWWggKgWagbb 00 TO THE :Red Blacksmith Shop for a first class job of a HORSE SHOEING A We guarantee satisfactory work mn all khids of hoepital brses, as we have a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 April 1910

The Searchlight. Easerdsi May .s.. 190s. as Seoeid-Claw Matter. Poste ce at Celbertaoe. Moat.. Under Act of Congres of March 9. t99. FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietor. Terms-In advance. per year........ .on Advertising Rates, very reasonable, will be furnished on application at this oflice. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO~ MONT. judge Tattan took occasion in open court this week to roast the citizens of Culbertson, her public officials and the saloon keepers in particular. The roast was ad ministered during the hearing of the divorce case of Zick vs. Zick, while commenting on the fact that it might be found necessary for the state to take charge of the minor children. During the course of his remarks he said: *While this matter is not directly within the jurisdiction of thias court (meaning the Culbertson saloons) I shall make some endeavor to see that we reach it. I am going to consult with the county attorney as to the means we shall adopt. The Searchlight has b...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 April 1910

SThis Sale will be [XTENDED A FEW DAYS ALL THE BALANCE OF OUR HUGE STOCK OF MERCHAN DISE, HARDWARE AND GROCERIES NE XT TEN.DA Y S At Your Own Price *

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

THE, SEARCUHI FRANK S. REED, Pub. fMLu~TON. . MiONTANA, NEWS OF THE WEEK CONDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR LESSER IMPORTANCE. A BOILING DOWN OF EVENTS National, Political, Personal and Other Matters In Brief Form for All Classes of Readers. Fereign The Italian cabinet has resigned. The retirement of thi ministry, which was formed on ljecember 10, 1909, with Baron Sidney Sonnino as premier, was due to the realization that the government'a mercantile marine suleidies muaure was doomed to defeat. Preparations for the visit of For mer President Roosevelt, who will be in Paris throughout the week of April 21-28. continue. In addition to the set functions already announced visits to the Pantheon and other great French monuments have been planned and there will be, it is expected, automo bile trips to Versailles and Fontaine blean and other interesting points. A wireless dispatch from Operator Baragher, who has been handling press dispatches at Bluefields, Nica ragua and who is now with the stea...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 April 1910

Masy ha taherwise traurl wenas mles about the amovat mt bere beebeas is msklas Think of it! Yher oaaere as me for that imitauo shee as they f* aor rVal, jsliaes, fragrant WRIgLGY'U IPUARMIN._ Laughter is one of the very guiw fuese of reamso, being comhase to the human species.-Leigh Hunt. Cheaae ia your pocket? Pleasant WRIGLEY'S SPEARMINT cures unpleasant tobacco habit. A man seldom ban enough spare time to convince a woman that she's mistaken. _ _ Light to Banish Sorrow. Sorrow dwells longest where the sun is shut out.-Florida Tines Union so. lae toee so l s Steladaysetl Ue55itft5M5&ai A man reapp what he sows-and rips what Ms wife sews. WE PAT MISS PRICE woS alagD and Furs. andAsll xusand tascs N. W. Hid. a > Co.. 'Mlnntaespol~s is Give truta a square deal and it will not be crnsbed to earth. 3 EIa-HWte Shoes Are Best for Little Folks besause they follow the lines of the natueral toot sad allow perfect development. Think Vhat that means, you parents who mauer freo earns, b...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 April 1910

4/*T \ iXA S . ti " SYNOPSIS. t a Tartar b menamored revealed to him the location of a mine of rubisi hoping that the" anger would love her in return for her disclosure. They were followed to the cave by the 'rltvswho blocked up the en sad drew off the water eupply. the condie. to die.Bnta's Co Band, haer betrothed. attempted to climb down a cliff' overlooking the mine; but the traveler shot ilm. The stranger was revived from a water gourd sead car aba his way out of the tunnel. an deserting the girl and carrying oof arubles. ofaraka gathered all the gemts she could carry, and started In pnt suit. Margaret Dtonnhe(Margarita da Cordova). a famous prima donna. became engaged in London to eonstantin Loh t wealthy Greek financier. Her ! !!e frend ca Couts Leveo r known as Lady Maud, whose husband had been killed by a homb In St. Peters burg; and Lady Maud's most Intimate friend was Rufus Van Torp an Ameri can, who had become one of the richest man in the world. Van Torp was in love with...

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

fl~sgivL I J. R. asser .t otaw wen n Sa 1amswe. F, W. asodmefe d PlFahqsesi was is sewn a sedpt d days the weeh. aeamsed Ulehitm amed whiet for -eas at the Mua & ism levaster. 4s if Mew Mum of Aeesaitgs gor see-; awl w . hansty, nhiets set. Tamest & Bast Co. Henry Savage of Plestywood wai in tows Wednesday to e apes is additisAI homeslad. The Wlstmels-mBrooks Co. have sam lntesmetag leforeaties for thi ladies is their ad this wesk. Go the Phesws Cabs for Blaw Ribbos WMhby.r eight years eid and strictly uses. ebues & Sehow Props. 145f Ses S. S. Meas for Zenith harmess, the very bast made. Single and double bar mass i Mavyu and light grades. 44 if U. S. Coemmlssloer W. Mathes. this wes sekeived a fall sst of bles prints of the tswshlps morth t Culbertson recent lj open-d hor Alsag. Rev. Leonard I. Christler of *All Oat Deese" was is Ioew Tuesday sad held Rpimoupal services is the Evans Hotel parlors the as evening. Mr and Mrs. A. Doaldono left Wednes day fsr WInoas., Min. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 April 1910

READ THIS II IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE:: S3 Purchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The: : ":t Lands Under the Homestead Laws. "" 0 $'20 acre claim, 2o acres broke, house 100 acre claim, 130 acres broke, house 16x24, stable 12 x 12: granary 12x 12 12 x t8, with addition 12 x 14, granary * and 4o acres fenced, situated three 1 r 4 x 36, good well of pure water, $ three miles from town. Price $700. " fenced, situated 3 miles from new " " " 0 railroad. Price $,25(N). : 0 100 acre claim, 40 acres broke, house " 0 " 44 a 16, bars 14 x 16, situated seven "1 60 acre claim, 24 acres broke, 40 acres 0 " miles from town. Price 51.100. " fenced, 3 miles from new railroad. " " " Price $7(N)." : " 1: 0 acre claim, deeded property, house " r . 12 a 14. 1s acres broke, all fenced, 160 acre claim, 30 acres broke, house " " situated three miles from town. Price " 14 x 1K, granary to x 14, barn 16 x 16, : : sit t00. m good well, situated 3 miles from new " " railroad. Price $1,800. " " : 320 acre claim, h...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 April 1910

·Wise.. . 5r rTC '-It's in the Oil The parity of tahe nased Oil which is ande *n JfnAf is the most vital poist.a It's mamufactme. They make their own Linseed ail prom selected Northwestern It never leavs their posseMion - ft utiel .stars ad ad *l h rl s ashsas." VALEY D RUG CO. A. W. Huxuol, Proprietor MAXWELL 1910 MODEL C Four cylinder.. .......... .. S(.AMN) to $ lt50).(n) Two cylinder.. ............................ gi )O.(N) ?laneto on all machines. /odels on band to demonstrate with. Wm. Combos. lgent. Sidney. Mont. t - , 1 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 80LICITED jig oO TO TH g Red Blacksmith Shop aSI for a first class job of HORSE SHOEING We guarantee satisfactory work on all kinds of hospital hrse as we have a first class sheer. He is a graduate from Papoose shoeing shop of Boston. Mass. OEO. BALFOUR, Prop. CULBERTS...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 April 1910

' r. S. irchllght aotre' May as.. eas, as SuasmWCKl Matoar .Poaesa at Cboersaw. Moat.. Unaer Act of Conars o Mard e. lfp. FRANK S. RAED, Editor aadProprietor. Trme--la aivno, par year.......son Advorti.a Rams, very reaonable. wfll be farai lol application at this ofce. TIE FIRST REP.BLICAN PAPER STAITED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. The City election passed off quietly in Culbertsonon Monday, no opposition having developed to the citizens ticket as announced in last weeks Searchlight. A rather small vote was polled. W. Mathews was elected Mayor and W. T. Stepens and Dr. H. D. Ed monds were reelected aldermen in the first ward. In the second ward S P. Mitchell was reelected and Jack Evans was elected in place of G. H. Coulter, who now lives in the first ward. They con stitute a representative city council and will undoubtedly serve the town well. Two business men in Culbertson this week told the editor that they had somuch business now that they guessed the wouldnt advertise any more for a wh...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 April 1910

This Sale will be !. 1 ' ' EXTENDED A FE DAIS ALL THE BALANCE OF OUR HUGE STOCK OF MERCHAN DISE, HARDWARE AN1) GROCERIES I NEXT TEN =DAYS At Your Own Price

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 April 1910

THE SEARmnHGHT FRANK 8. REED, P JLRERTSON, - MONTANA. NEWSINOTES CONDENSED A hl.g Bler of tf More ls purt Eves lore and There Foreign. Inchan Angan. the Korean who as sassinated Prince Ito. former Japan ese resident general of Korea. in liar bin, on October 26 last, was executed at Port Arthur. A special dispatch from Vienna states that the Austrian petroleum re fineries and firms selling petroleum In tank cars will be obliged hence forth to procure government licenses. It is understood this is a step Into the direction of establishing a monopoly of the oil trade as the Austrian petro leum Industry is unable to compete with the Standard Oil company. When the Hamburg-American steamer President Grant. arrived at Cherbourg efforts were made to lo cate Gifford Planchot, the former chief forester of the United States. who was reported to have sailed as a pas senger on the steamer, but the offi cials of the President Grant stated that Mr. Pinehot lanued at Plymouth. with the Intention of ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 April 1910

L rodn iqnlmsyew r mat t Io eto ee sat _ Selaas ler. . ea * " demrwoorkantrumt well at f It Ib S thea sll t oth. t ar m eeas of Lhdias .q. a tbl's Proo abant that it has red thou sanof otheu a san wyhyao I not euro yeu? Don't Persecute your Bowels Stops Lameeness in horass ia due to neglect See tht your rse Is not L Liniment on hand and apply at the irst sign of ses. It's Stops L arnnes Muighto e cri te ose shorsnes-Imbs up the joints and makes the muscles elot and pliant. Hasa's tlb Peroo. Mr. QT. Robtus d c1mss. Oa, suid =er lse a bhns for we. my ad eased a h cssgms. I as, so meowu a spaist fesmls. TMs seiee a bsiassse is SloaWS Liniment TRLD. N >. t_" ur IJ. b tibe heatthatI hive.,.a inan. I bad. ainus wlthmaskcs~c sm bmin sad se Stc. heW. .1 Sivss s eetliely maad bit. I hiinp tSai t tie time fe f sud mIal edwWp 8loaa'% Usieast wi tll bE ys'g. W3ber qbear.' mums7 isurade an~rd pomLa f~arpdlrl rd I JLk . Mbtu -r "1.N " "Ia Gei-l- W fit -Jindqm1b4 ~~L met bewl~ " R lot arieh rsl...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 April 1910

c BA W RDi.."ý"-r.ar f,,rro,, ia: ' .2,Y' 'wý C.RA flP IL JJinnýr~ A TA ' ^RAD a .W kLxý ;>. eaIVtsa Tour 1 ra FAY 4NAlt C SYNOPSIl, ý blal r boeie oýtral rbAa. and si rain heoing that the tr wo-ld e sber In ar b g losure. .T nwe fwollaes the save by the itrel ~hb blocked up the en Sand drew alt the water supply. te nd Lady aud Baramkas cousina Sbtrou o toemptd to climh 'awei £ overi-i-n8 ~aI the mine; hut t travelerd hot him. The traner was arived fr water gourd aeed car ,M ei way out of the tunnel. and ý dieseetlng the girl and carrying rbble Brtaka gathered all the S cosld u cay, and started In put t iagret Donne tMargartta da Os e). a famous prima donna. became In London to Konstantln to t wealthy (Icek fe nanclet. tier te. friend was Countess Leven. as U Lady Mud. wlhose husband been killed by a bomb In St. Petets ; rad Lady Maud's moat intimate t su Rufus Van Torp. an Amen w ho had Ibecome one of the rtchest In the world. Van Torp was in love Margaret. and rushed to London ...

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

op7 M~ a cs&C. aaeae is ta #.w aymaay ds jsied the Sasceh bet I. Z. Braetgg.er and his dahetr iRden Ok, Ammoar e to BalavSille la theiranso Tdtseir. Ge"aie Gage Pattern hate so imn1 times. W9 are exclsive iageas, Tan.er . Bernst Co Call on Is Murray for repeir to gan oils. engines, etc. Al.o agent for the best enginmes as the market. stu Mrs. G. W. Balm and daughter Alice eturned iet week from Los Angeles, where they speat the wlater. City Marshall Joha i. Hig n.s who has bee iR mast f dthe winter. Is again on the je as Maruball. having fully recovered his health. 'he ladies of Culbertson are invited to thepenimg sale of milliner,. We are ea dluesh agents for guanine Gage bats Tannmer & apqt. Verse Bostwick took the Editor and his wife fr a drive is his Winton Six Taeday evelag$ Veane msre knows how to get the sped a t of his machme alright. R. C. G. handle Ice cream by the gallon otr p€r rule pecked in ice. The Searchlight has Just received some fin wedding stationery and a...

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

SREAD THIS S. 01 * O.......@ OSO @@O@@S*****************OS@ eSOS6OS@O@ 00 @ i IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE : : Purchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The Lands Under the . Homestead Laws. 160 acre claim. deeded property, house " 14) acre claim, 24 acres broke, 40 acres S 12 x 14, 12 acres broke. all fence, i fenced, 3 miles from new railroad. 0 * . situated three miles front town. Price Price $87I). " 82,500 :O acre claim. 20 acres broke, house 003211 ax 2cre I acre 14 x , barn i x 28. blacksmith- 0 n * aihohe122 It~i Sto. srute ie " " broke, situated trine nilrs hrm town. shop, good well, situated 12 miles " " Price 1,11,00). Irom new railroad. Price $1,800. 0 41110 00 0 00 160 acre claim. house 1 2 x r. situated : 160 acre claim, 5o acres broke, house 0 two miles from i new railroad. Price 12 x 4, with addition ox 12,tuat railr oa ed 4 miles from new railroad. !'rice "e " 1.:;00,. 160 acres, 75 acres broke, stable i4 x 34, tOo acre claim.- 1i acres broke, house house 12 x 26 good well of...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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