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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 April 1910

hisn i$ C~rts 's. ;F d ý`Ifw whc Sal oer Thomasu I. Cater, of Mona. is making to force throhu Cosses a biB providin for the isas sace *f $0ioaoW worth of ertilcaus of indkbtednes for use n ompWe overnmess irrigation projects, rsns the future of national reclamationa of ard lands. If the additional funds~, Vwld U. L ZmNAT O CArr OF MONTANA. for in Senator Carter's bill, are made available, it will be posible for the Reclamation Service to comae within the next three years cdcaso every one of the federal proects now under wad these projects are completed, they wilt become revenue proucers, TRADE & MAR11 This Mark Insures Your Health Look atth bere d ao eaIse yo by yd mw i bran th above wt ark mad wods "Tlya Oriil Prinois 1892 Alaim r e aceun ai 15n uS ye r seamdy . Tie ueasbrs uaams eary piem bt wear that lth of ie. Mee iamtmat stail wlmnr.du e ,ilrba th byw in "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Cooking Ums.i b.r.. der eras aack awe,- peeal r ar tarall. No paricls shdip at inso te food ad ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 April 1910

A f &ý w A Zft7 i ii/'Id I. ITH the Irst fall of snow v the red fox In Maine knows ill that strenuous 'days are in a store for him. The sport in of fox bunting is enjoyed th in the western part of er Maine for a few weeks each year, and gr It is a battle of wits. The intelligence en of the man and the trained instinct of of the hounds are matched aganlast the ru shrewdness of the fox. Even when wi fighting for life against these odds the es fox frequently comes out the winner, or ad. the old hunters claim that the red sa fox looks forward to these weeks of th excitement from year to year and th really enjoys the sport as much as do th the men who hunt him. In other parts of the country foxes fo are hunted with packs of hounds and Bt ea borseback, the chase often extend- In tng over miles of country. This is the dc English form of the sport and no fire W arms are employed in slaying the lIt- 's tle animal, who is simply run to hbis death by the swift hounds. But In 5g Maine and 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. — 29 April 1910

*-*e-n*- w- -Mrsa Pinkham You, are cawn hg your prrate ills to a woman- a woman whose es* pxrhesea omla w en's diseases, covers twenty-fvey The Present Mrs Pinkham, daughterin-law o Lydia L Plnkbam, was for years under her direction, and has ever since her decease continued to advise women. Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad to wore, knowing well that they ought to have immediate assista, but a natural modesty causes them to shrink from exposing themselves to the questions and probable examinations f even their famiy physician Such ques tio g and examination s unnecessary. Without cost you can consult a woman whose knowledg from actual experience is great. tirn. PINKiAM'S STANDING INYTFATIDNO Women sufferingfim anykormot female weakness arein. vited to copro mly municatewith Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn. Mass. "let e are rectved, opened,read andanswered by women. A woman can freely talk d her private illness to a woman; thus has been established this confidence between Mr...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 April 1910

BACKACHE AI&wdYI Cer Uv*3IJGTetU E-RU-NA. MSEN Mrs. Jlospb Lecelle, 1-4 Bronson Rt., Ottwa. East, Ontario, Canada, writes: "I suffered with backache sod head ach for over nine months and nothing telieved me until I took Peruns. This medicine is by far better than any ot her medleine for iheseo trott,hles. A few tIt. ties relieved me of my miserable, half Iead, half-alive condition." t SAMPLE BOTTLE FREE-To dem matrate the value of Peruna in all ca* tarrhal tronubles we will send you a sam. ple bottle absolutely free by mail. The merit and success of Peruna is to we!l known to the public that our readers are advised to send for sample bottle* Address the Peruna Company. Columbus, Ohio. Don't forget to men. lion you read this generous offer in the.... - ..................... If in need of advice write our Medical Department, stating your case fully. Dur physician in charge will send you advice free, together with literature con taining common sense rules for health, ewhich you can...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 April 1910

~·~t~ ~ ijir _ ·J~~i~~~~ d llitI r" ."2lm llesmao gjeseleh, Lp Ihimel Os.ted Shoes-h.ness. esties ats 1T eer t sp.. lt A. ber was bemes to Mr. d Mrs. Wa. Ahdfeawsaer e9n s-y... eOW Pmals P.res e ,#, Mrs. W tower hi . ,rom.a ,heir mes eoas of bsemn Tuadlmy. M "la Mr. Ie. C. Oeory ere does fres'Ppter leaday eariag a stead the b-me .ahe show. See S. S. Meas rZemish harsese, the weer been mos. Sigle aed doelM her. semsit lmsevy ana tgrdmsp. 46 t 1 Z. reujlr smen his a avflse owm e·i epnarty Tr.eday to D. O. Walker. a eoamotei ad balder of BSavIlle. h1is Ribbe W hey is bee for famly s- e oly e sadid eight years old. For sma at the Pboseri Calm. Keboe &Scbow, Prop.. . . 14d C. A. Wittaeler. Presidemt of the Ciltims Stam Buekof Cauilbers. is4dyig armund ibm week m his new Buick Auto -IQes. ' I. A. Williams of Lanark. who wasu l Jured ai rsn-away about two weeks agot wee is sews Meaody and is rspidly tr Maek Thomas am wholeie'agn ores SoaMrideser sad Drrer sft Driwls Lee" orders at Bre ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 April 1910

READ THIS =, wit f: IMPROVEMENTS FOR SALE Is " " " " bin SPurchaser Acquiring the Right to Enter The ; M, Lands Under the Homestead Laws. urd S" 1060 acre claim, deeded property, house " 144) acre claim, 24 acres broke, 4o acres a " Ol S 12 1 14, 12 acres broke, all fensed, fenced. 3 miles from new railroad. ; out " 0 situated three miles front town Price " Price 37414. " ll S:@O acre claim. 20 acres broke, house r pr : : 320 acre claim, house 12 x 20, I acre 0 14 x i6, barn i( x 28. blacksmith- " ma " 0 broke, situated nine niles Iromi town. 0 shop, good well, situated 12 miles ; " th, Price l1,5(00. fIrom new railroad. P'rice $1,800. • 100 acre claim, house 12 x 14, situated • 160 acre claim, 50 acres broke, house 0 q two miles front new railroad. i'rice "" * r4, with addition to x :2. sr nat-" :a S 1,(). ed 4 mile Ifrom new railroad. l'rfce bn * • a I ,noo. * * : : 1410 acres, 75 acres broke, stable '4 x 34, " 1 0 t • house 12 X 26 good well of water. •1O acre claim. 4, acres bro...

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

y, f f S y$ ((,ý y rte; ., , V w r h.·.' ý' =:iQp-· ilk" t il·1 .. A 17 SpsIK tis tetwmet M( I.4in~m psmul* mew. VS n a" $6u* s ibm..NN.. _ '"h~n. Dam's -I ram ys Sty Oa*aeps*by, It 1in heipsi t M air M-p pill pe sa. 0. a 5p..m. PieneS Keeemeai. WUIptom, N. D. ( Pio~stt~r Lier P~rI K `1AJGwwj - k t~t a~r Remy· . ' º, iii. s ofeb I. u iio hich obtai in a Cal bertson public schools, bvinl already ehbiusted such means o reliefas may be aforded by re course to the Suppintendeet, j, W. Dale, and the trustees of. tha district, Mr. F. D. Miller, M . Forivth, nd Mr. -oothort. These ames `are not given tica dh matter more personal, b' s f the reason that many of thastmest ato Culbem on, in the rei and~ b siness. a, beae l14 t kep posted on scbool melter and d not asu a matter of . nct 'k.no who the encomnbents are. Tlh writer has devoted cnider ~e~a Ikae pMst two yeas relief by ditect appeal ta f the diietrsz, .ad on tit s dsv of Apil of dhib year I .ithat on the i wteg oe( esoale and Pail l...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 May 1910

Eq in.. p. - inr U~, PI ftwo kEms.. UEiM' Ast dtapaat d YEre. f, S*9. F3ANK .U . sawai Prqalp1aw. Trey-4a ptua Myaa....... N-a £d~3uas,"sy aamaa~awnu be wlmdsa aIUt ebia fical. 1E P ! RE LJCAN PAPS SthIY IN VALLEY CO. ENT. The Good Roads convention meets in Billings June 16, 17 and t8, 9.1e, and great interest is be lg manifested in same from all parts of the state. The county commissionrrs of each county are delegates and the mayor of each city and town as well as the news. paper men of each town. Dr. Johnston has been appointed as a delegate at large by Governor Nor ris. So the delegates from Cul bertson weuld comprise Dr. J3ian son and Messrs. McBride, Math ews, Hocking and Reed. We would suggest that all of these gentlemen who intend to go should notify Mayor Mathews. Have you seen Halley's comet? It may be seen now any morning just before sunrise in the eastern horizon. It rises tail first with the tail poating away from the sun. The best time to see it in the morning is betwee...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 May 1910

#u as 1 Tkoisi to Y Mwrr 4l 11` 1 ]jY~j ~psivulss. Ism I4lPamesmps. ..isl{ ale Ae Awm lam o III11. w lralp.htrt A MPW M t wrº t l n for p a ttr7. th 'l L m ` um boe' to lý "Mrnt .0M-be -'kow how th. vfmleg ickensou ;fir at I 557 thrlsqgwht. al Ld wSlak otowlaemt far zeom n bee.." ' schoo l .cuss . far cblebaap." "M y% te ad da o stra wbMC r tire ,.bua t., fgohlmra other "outd oo brooerl ketu sates *ato en01' Mib - e for tblokr - " Wh-t. bLeoh wUto' "Platf u wave., push Vol. and slptt. tog for2 16. mEklimJ sD lht d ,b bing. for obfshs '[sool 1S' kf ohichmas "Mabple ri~uesr andi s~tawbsar for pp hidmmr orm.* u fo00 oua ., c tiobern.." O rl w w oc timor barood.taro n opianbtfor sadl-b Alsoosf.l.hroloss "Wht. Lehorn rdter for ch btk." "Platfor (bwut'is.1 puhpl a "M=" tan brooder far hicikta." "Set wa gbon for slznbator. Lor she 1906 - ."ao foe Bh "VEsble rtwpwtt fdbod or chloksas "Swing w~ag for Inoubator."' Lape size 1800 vpher for Bluej SPORT ON PRAIRIESI Modern Moto' Chr Used in Cha ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 May 1910

THE SEARWHt GHT FRANK I. IEED, P. .ULuu.RlTON, MONTANA. HEWS OF THE WEEK COQIDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR LflSSR IMPORTANC. A lOIliN DOWN OF EVENTS National, Poltioal, Personal and Other Matters In Brief Form for Al Classes of Readers. Fomon. Juan Vicente Gomez was elected constitutional president of Venezuela for a term of four years by congress. All political prisoners have been re leased in honor of the event. The body of Bjornstjerne Bjornson. the Norwegian writer, was placed aboard a special car at Paris for transportation to Copenhagen. Prior to the departure of the train the Scandinavian colony passed in front of the coffin and the Norwegian min sater delivered an oration. The Naples police learned that Estelle Reid, the American girl who was murdered and her body thrown into the bay of Naples, had uncles liviag near Los Angeles and San Francisco. These uncles, the police say, managed her financial affairs and allowed her $800 a month. The Italian embassy at Washington has ben re...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 May 1910

4 m bug: aam te Good ides of Manner by Which Many West Phiadelphia familuy, printpally because there Is a bright little girl ho displays a persstent aptith In reta ntl expressive but un C lturet Ofspring. The other eventnl at dilner the mother, father and daughter drifted Into the vernacular and a fresh start was necessary. The little girl start ed It. "I'm not stuck on this bread," she remarked. "Maggie," sid her mother, "you want to cut that slang out." "That's a peach of a way of cacr reUting the child," commented the Sfa ther. "I hknow,. ri0i thWAhM . Put I just wanted to put her wilse." adelphia Telegraph. Benaparte's Resolv. Napoleon entered the clubhouse with a frown a foot deep on his fore head, and a temper not fit for publica tica. "Mlle tonnerres!" he ejaculated. "If I ever play golf with Baron Munchan sen again may I end my days on the island of St. Helena." "What's the matter with Munch. Bony?" asked Caesar. looking up from his asbestos copy of the Congressional Record....

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

Sarsaparilla Leads all other medicines in the cure of all spring ailments, humors, loss of appetite, that tired feeling, paleness and nervousness. Take it. Get It today. In Wmaal Ifquld teem al taMbeb caned u8mrtabe. WS Doese L. The Arm of b t&whg satip ben . ,,,. iB.s sk makts Saww a' MAILAL ALL DOSL sUArl fn GCWUIUE - bar bipw,,, Fargo Directory TRUNKS s" "IT" Lt her ood.. Deae Send for Catalog I~ISs 1 TRU3 FACTORT. FAMO. . .AMT ,HNides, WooliPests Te lOLLES & OGEaS FARGO, N. D. SPORTING GOODS .1.M 3 m. w UU? 3nG es rarw- r.u.iilIu .I ii tUKIN Explanation of Youthful Suitor That Doubtless Satisfied Father of His Adored One. "Yes, sir," said the pale youthful suitor; "I've come to ask you for your daughter's hand. She is fair as Ill lea. sweet as honeysuckle, tender as violet, charming-" "Is that Mary you are talking about?" asked papa, "Yes, sir. It is a mere formality, I know, this asking for your daughter's hand; but we thought it would be pleasant to you if it were obse...

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

114C D. D tA *b .. 'w 1 ..~ -.1 is - - ~ a. - auq wits Ole ahs giw hbonerd D. -tts wmaslw'sMrs. Ja is 41·y A sai"w C.:. "b. ard. Mrsa. Wytsnau $ >s lbs saw d .1 do, Ge aMioos. J.vW.aiiss propriswr is .bsellg C dbstins. a pspaeim mailf hr thes who a, NOW aing-th bollUis tn bow'llng alsy. UI Tba.3isgsw~ slgp h :la bs -i joy at ý)sm~wslt > itd . frWls. ~alr wbu.ýab bs hamasqqnad a~peaitas *bsI U W~aL The wt isube adioisat .aba Wint osa d Brook. Co.. is cauplata sad p.1.141 mod a maba ss ~appensvos C. W Alias Is M th am is abas caa is acarsnses t all ti A lschof vhaamtlam.ar a twing. of V maswaglla. whalsta inr the wcell is, Cb..-   bo a9'shLaasnmm dulvus away ls pais at asa cad 'ose thew cmpiri qucky. d OhpIisalis.divems "halM. bldbyall a ~ U~sisgfrmvworabw-l a O·ps iS tha amt thu. sloum.a atis weM w fsairiy. well attssdd an ps A -amd ulah"ma liss. `MlamrW s ds ih b4M . asshsaflas~41 stoat m a J. . ý spsbads. t J W.Usb1.ass~euii. at 4*. Fried $uamahy boosh.a uss imss liewiy sad1 ...

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

t LrJ·-·ii: -trbiPi t -"-, a 41 *1a~~(aa... ~A - FURtNITURE and BEDDiN We hzadle the Minneapolls Bed diag Company's goods. Iron beds, cots, couches; etc-. Matresses of all sizes and, qualities. A full line of furniture, rockers and chairs just ar rived. S. S. MOEN THE HARDWARE MAN HANSON & BAIZ ON - MILLING COM PANY Best Patent Flour "Vivo" " We Eachange FlOur for Wheat. Grains and Seeds Feed grin4ing and Ground Feed at th E evator. BUY SOM -,COW We am psyll,. . . 32 cts per pound for Butterfat We pay .cash Write as for Tags a4d Sblpplis lanstructions segats Ur United.StatesCream Separator Mels Werld's tacerdtfor Cass Skiinig Cadew wlv be e at mrequest IENNINOSEN PRQtICE COMPANY Oare.t rates -m***** Gnant ms,. tsr 3, r.::=..oooeeooooeeoeooooooooooooo_-eeee L.W. W ELLS IH. D. SMITH WBLLS& ASMITH" " Civil Engineers and Surveyors - HAVIN OPENED AN OFFICE IN B;VLELLWE VIE ,APR$4!R$PAU. id TO DO ALL" KINDS OF SUR VFlING. LOCATING IRRIGA. GATIOQ_- DIT.G°1K-S. Erc. E. werk a edus B...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 May 1910

Ottt" '," } vý t + I'll q tý ý y F0 t S ý " ý ý Sf t 7rj 74R *ý a .·-·sW:ýU.%~~~~ ,a~r o ýP .ý: s a"ý1`' ''r'a t;r.,wty':.+ý ý'ýý Q .. .''+, - - ' . +ýr " ,Iý ý .1 ý .,+' d.*r° Pre k W' I 1 4 ·"'A PhsnN 1*~~i . -, - - - ,. 0owr 2 ^r I' r t o I4. ky* -m '"er Mut1 45- - t.u " waS assa as1 aaa *e'-t gin " ath p try O$.sp.thpy. It ha ,relpS themES -awl.i a w, hp.. lh m. *g tp.s. Phhem a elmmaleek. WUS*S N. 0 I ·ijiViee~ r wI-t ~Y. sailP · . R a? Metea *"E a' - l A natrr ounisaik ·pril sea ate, L.j~~i. "77 -i-sk'V L lllltiiIi 1M1 his N5 d s tiry duo. srer x~aLy jrq -p4 kin w Um i Stan is$lf *w dS 4& rl.-r·t.-r + I r% l orn · b. s -v - teI~b*1inrswY i**4oue. psns.q s Wo-o vrp train foot..LrdC~ pU% SI ls img alsSfe~ C.s. I am roC.eame crieewbeiart ewy - ISIS Clr e h Dew. s~~ ouuLr%.w~~r 5tMI9u ;;r a.-·.rj ·*wYllii;iiij hg b.ie~g uik~l boos~ . 1 -ahwg .*ita F 'S Usbb. 'ten a Wea Erh The 'in ado@wl m1ýº t sa uta ulgh ROAD litwil is 'the Uueb 4±mes ovsr lU mmesil egulo', Awlh.e lnr rtwqr ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 May 1910

-L 961000 um s rllL w onsmm ýII Um Wpfit Art d ac 1211 . /lA1 i s. D. Yiil rM1 oprior. Z~rrcl Is Jirr. !rt7or....... h-s TIE MirST IUIOCM NPASEB STAUTS IN VAlLEY CI, MU?. Warn bdebsed to Richard Edmads Ire a riwee o the bepe ball game at Wil Muss buk Sday. . 1. lU k.. Geeeral Pauneggr Ageet of 11e G. N. Rt.. mot the Searchlight ea adeeglelg hate.. this week l ascribed Maourns br Mo. .osAcree. Fares vr7," whice has bee diusribeted e xesrsvde thwesh the «w. The S.r.eblightlu ster meds a trip to P.qlar as Meeday of dL week ad hoead uasy huerestthi almes to chroeaicle is re - to that live towa which will be oad is she Popltar dpartmnt. This pper has gives le Poplar shbseueriba thnews of that place or seeral years sad will com linm the sums service as heratohore. The Sieschlig a list of several huedred usuabribers os the Fort Pack usrvase, meet do whom live is Poplar sad vielity. sad we hereby thank our hyal patrs for their osntissed support. Owing to unavoidable circum stanwes the Searc...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 May 1910

Wksi i Teas iai h mJlt r Sres u uIN aa m . mii..amy wssm e toe Ovemseme Is Medopg Los Angeles( tie-sest Sare et red It a aMt s~e a arite wriste by asn MagSetaes w -euir disnsear the tahebaMt As. draw QaeMtgl e aead ao Gses . Hale had beln the ebsrvater.t e Mount Wilesm i an eaMdanor to sat a Qaaor cm solar eNer$. Thie a ticle has eases arnansem t to aei, t. ciaress, where the Mount WI. 0n obeervatory Is lood" upa. as the gratest 0o3ntattio1 that has yet bhe made to the sae e oft astreo In spite at the fact that the big msnow telescope" is visiLe bfsea Los Angeeo, them is prolaMV4tl eas p here of the i ueggae the ob~ervwa promises to pby toi the develctament of aatromoDmJ sDtacp. I The comings o the famous au to orae of the world this .mer for a covatia here will do more to call attention to the progresm of Las Ah self as a scientie center than any thnla that has yet occuarred. Withld a moath or si weeks there will be a tem of news at the obser vatory which will interest the entire w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 May 1910

THE SEARCHLIGHT FRANK $ REED, Pub. OUr.ERTOiN, . MONTANA. HEWS 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 Classe of Readers. Wasnington. A press dispatch from Washington announced that John D. Rockefeller had abandoned the idea of securing a national charter for his proposed foundation. Starr J. Murphy, per sonal counsel for Mr. Rockefeller. and speaking for the Standard Oil president, said the statement was en tirely without foundation. Mr. Mur phy also said that Mr. Rockefeller had nothing to do with the "Economic and General Foundation." for which a charter is being sought from the New York legislature for "an aged man of wealth," said to have $2,500, 000 to spend on charity. A daughter was born to Senator and Mrs. Beveridge. This is the sec ond birth in the senator's family since his second marriage. The first child is a son. 20 months old. The rural delivery service an...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 May 1910

hno a - real welL"- s M len, Ciny00 Sc , Anotker Weeman Cmed. woo ows. -Aboutt pensqo I had faina~ td other if. not do my own work. Within ds aaak a.re wtu llrmy et women who sfase from some form Ambee. the fsm Cse d. Gludwosi. Iw.kbsm's -eslAou maue ilsb and h aseed thouads ofI wamen who alve I trouble wibt - obrlthsh bmy lckete."-e It ou bsLamgotbatooustlm y saintealys 6 r1 . Wwrth 1k? llgs v Idwnr g,+wm a~-t CAac.Exat Wa dm m for you than any adida en Earth. icknmess l hy iows and setanratfitn in ose and Uwr; CASCARETS ame these ils. sit s·sa he the sMoning? CAICIUT u dsi ae bas r a ter ,;N1a Thkmposu's EI" WaI Light on Cause of Tuberouloels. The sixth annual meetlng of the Na tlonal Assoclation for the Btudy and Prevention of Tuberculosis was held In Washington on May 2 and 3. Among the most Interesting papers was one by Ir. William H. Parks, the famous pathologist and head of the lebora tories of the New York city depart meatof health. Doctor Park contended that pulmonary tuber...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 May 1910

Any remedy that benelts digestion strengthe.u the nerves. The nerve centers require nutrltion. If the digestion is Impaired, the nerve centers become anemic, and nervous debility is the result. SAMPIg BOTTLE FREE-To dem eastrate 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 is so wc!l known to the public that our readers are advised to send for sample bottle: Addrcss the Peruna 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 free, together with literature con taining common sense rules for health, which you cannot afford to be without. /pe.5a Deefae do . m7 eaiv e wfi relieve them. and all you euemked ti oe o aeadforsa·mTdalpBoW.ofDr.Maie *pierptUlldea Guam It baa curd thoeaeade uwone tthieain hued. Guaranteed by May ...

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