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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 February 1909

WeAkege t_ ury__ PM3ImIAE IS IAMB Preseelt Parldpldt o beud.e 'a .is.ha , .-At Spidl easutitul and snlaere was the hoa age paid yesterday by =t-l-l0s O Americans to the memory dt Are haum ituola. The etnate al anal. versary of the birth of the great ,emaeapater was appropriately ob. sarved In every city. village and ham let tr. Manlne to CalUornia and from the Gret. Lakes to the Gdlt. All clase, without regard 6 color. reed, nationality or section--a united natioa-Jolined ia slging the praimee of the preserver of the Union. h moms orators told of Lincoln's ser. Ioes to the country and drew napir ng essoemns from his achievements. Time eannot dim the luster of his fame nor can a grateful people for get his deeds. "Now he belongs to the age.," said Stantoa, as his mur dered chief breathed his lasut. Yester day's observances con.rm that proph. At Lincoln's Iirthpsaoe. Hodgenville, Ky., Feb. 14. - Hence forth the birthplace of Abraham La cola is to be marked by· pie of stone. The emanel...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 February 1909

THE SEARCHLIGHT I rNK & REED, P ctgULEtSON, . MONTANA. .-Nese S a wMet FROM THE CAPMFAL The arvy department is ftting en for the illlnois naval militia the coa paratively modern gunboat Nashvile. The president ba signed the arg eat deBci.acy bill and the resolution appropriating $16,000 for the expenses of the inauguration of President Taft. The hbose committee on territories has reported a bill to give school teachers in Alaska the same power as marshals and their deputies to make arrests. The house committee on expendl tures of the interior department has authortsed a favorable report on the bill creating a children's bureau Is the interior department. One million two hundred and fifty thousand dollars is appropriated for the erection of a monument in 'Wash tnton as a memorial to Abraham Lin coln by a bill Introduced in the house. The membership of the Interstate commerce commission will be in creased from seven to nine members it a bill upon which the house com mittee on Inte...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 February 1909

OF MISERY orrter a or female o s yau. Plak. stood the os ers am tois of Die om boa abeen t itn {0 I owne 8pa. stmuirl yoM female compnts s Lydia l. n ham's V Comp It as stood the tst orf years and tod ai thoiusad of women who have beeno troubled with displacemanta, inflam ma, ulcerto. brod tumors, Ir regularities, periodic pains, backache, amilments, l mn SIuLL until you !tbe t ompo n lndhn r stal Gs fr e it. She Bears aFae-Signleurr Signur .*!!!!!'! "aTesU SwWrele von mmtr m Dperfectj s .a t!rn D=zatmm, Rse. Iheaemt s o.thO .k esi TOuPue laVI I. Sh No Seami Mut Sw Fas-Slls aimes Mu"swk N. a1 a 3uW1·in 5WltInUI SCASTORIA Tme Kied You Have s.ulito,.. Frh Oae Bear" the IOr NARc onTe " In emll osI oL. , For Over NW YR.. Thinry ears Tw Cgmwam Coumtw. DISTEMPER .. anlOs era sCN rAN WI OWARD & COMPAMN Dubsth ORAIN @OpWbIsmleog mmI.p~uu W. J. Headeam , viAtls Sattle writes the aakea Oeeramset Agent at Spobuams Wh., sad oays: "I have sne#igbse 1 Central Canada raisga wheat, bealey and e...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 February 1909

The Exceptional Equipment a tb Califoraeia Fig Syrup Co. and theb paleet1 attalma ts of its chemists basve sendered peosbie the production of Syrup of FMig and Elixir of dean, in al of its excellence, by obtalaing the pure medic inal principlesof plants known to act most beneicially and combining them most skilfully. in the right proportions,. with its wholesome and refreshing Syrup of California Figs. As there is only one genuine Syrup ol Pig and Elixir of Senna and as the gpn uine is manufactured by an original method known to the California Fig Syrup Co. only, it is always necessary to buy the genuine to get its beneficial effects. A knowledge of the above faets enablles on-e to decline imitations or to return them if, upon viewing the package, the full name rf th?('.difornia 'ig Syrupt.,a. as not found printed on the front thereof. Accounting for its. Bill-They say the last figures oh tnalnsale show that the per capita cweath of this country i:4 $1.:10.11. Jill - Wel'. somlebody...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 February 1909

tw K LA poI "_.PbR~ Thwea eepir g en ee eatreugs at Alred J. Gaemm s. 44dt Nodete talem's change of ad this weeak. Notice the sew ad of te Traders State ak, d Poplar. in this imse. Bort-to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce. of Med Isles Lake. this week a daughter. Bore-to Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Batterton SMedicin Lake. this week, a daughter. The lahast child of W. C. Lane. of Cel bertson, is s·lering from bronchial pase. H. I. and Fraak Cuaker. of Poplar.were ia town Tuesday. 1 0. Johnse. of Medicine Lake, laid Calbertma a yimt Tuemday, Two cases of scarlet fever have been re ported from La rk. Two daughters of Foa Leeson. are ill with bronchial poeumonia, both are im preving Saperlateodeat Lillian D. Harris, of Glasgow came down to Culbertson Sunday an school business. She left Wednesday morning for Mondak. Dr. H. D. Edmoods arrived home from Butte Wednesday moering and reports that his partner Mr. Parshall is somewhat improved but is still a very sick man. Livery, Feed & Sales Stable, (THE JACK ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 19 February 1909

Of Stals mn Valley C.eaty Oft dals aNtr Ja. 1a , 9, STATB OFFICERS. ows-rmeman OHARLSB N. PRAY ot Cbotenau. Govenor EDWIN I NORRIS. of Helena. Idsuteasut Governor W. R. ALLBN of Dear Lodge. Asociate Jussice W. L. HOLIOWAY of Gallatin. Secretary of State A. N. YODER otSilver Bow. Attoney General- A. J. GAL EN o Lewis and Clark. Treasrer L. E. ISSELSTYN of Carbon. Auditor H. R. CUNNINGHAM of Slver Bow Superintendent of Public Instruetlon W. N. HARMON of Gallatin. Railroad Commissionrs DAN BOYLE of Park. SRx-year Term. B. T. STANTON. Four-year Term. E. A. MORLEY. Two-year Term. COUNTY OFFICFRS. Representative FRANK G. ARNETT of Culbertson. County Commimloner J. T. FARRIS. of Hinsdale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN. of Glasgow. Sheriff S. C. SMALL. of GOlasow. Clerk of Courts C. C. BEEDE. of Glasgow. Assessor JAMES FOX. of Glasgow. Treasurer LYMAN BARNES. of Malta. Clerk and Recorder W. B. SHOEMAKER, of Hinsdale. Public Administrator- JACOB SEEL. of Mondak. Connty Surveyor W. H. MANN. o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 February 1909

OU MOTtO: 'AS GOD GORS gS LGH? TO SEARCH FOR THE Ri(T. THA. WE WILL PURSUE WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVEILLANCE." VOL. Vui. NO. 46 CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, FEB. a6, (909. S... PER YEAR 'II. -· _ _ _ _ _n OUR GROCEi. STORE comes about as near meeting every want in the Groc ery line as it is possible for any store to provide and EVERY ORDRI large or small, will re ceive ourbest attention. A trial order will con vinoe you that we sell only Superior Goods at Moderate Prices. AMsrdsrs Large .. , .. # msrid toay pat .tof Itt !i. Rnmoubr Po .. .s WATSON'S CASH GROC'Y DO YOU NEED A STOVE? Blmburst Base Burner Hard Coal Heater Red Oak Retort Lignite Heater Royal Oak Retort Lignite Heater Wilson riot Blast Lignite Heater Baltiq Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood Carona Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood Lustre Cook Stove for Lignite or Wood Meter Cook Stove for Lignite or Wood For Sale at Lowest Prices by S. S. MOEN,THE ARWARE St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 February 1909

The Searchlight. amed May as. 1905 m Scamd-Clh Matr. Pse at Crurm, MoCt., Uhdsr ACt0ItcUsU d March 9, say9. FRIANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietr. T'ees-La dvance. per year........ s.oo aes S RaisE*, very reasonable will be frnishad on application at this oface. OoL3alsrson. MONT.. Feb. 26. 1909. THE FIIST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. The bill providing that the em ployes to take the 13th Census be appointed outside of the Civil Service. thus opening the way I r designating appointees by members of Congress, has been vetoed by the President and from present in dications Congress cannot muster enough votes to make the two thirds necessary to pass the mea sure over the President's veto. It is expected that Congress will al low this measure to wait over until the special session, thus allowing Mr. Taft to decide whether lie will Traders State Bank Poplar, Mont. Wants your business and will extend every accommodation consistent with SOUND BANKING H. M. Coster, President ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 February 1909

r WMmcirdij Cide Are areeseo n hePetU i. meUes Sm sP[em oeses se Ass at do Asst An Cse ngr aeid bl . r a m c aort Moaroe, Va., lib. t4. - 'Not mati some Ameroan fleet returns via torsus from a great a battle will there be another such homeaomnala another sualh sght as this. I'drink to the American asyr." This was the toast of Predent Roosevelt yesterday as he stood ra diautly happy In the eabin of the graceful little crulper yacht Mayflower. at the conealusios of the review and the ceremonies attending the welcome home of the American battleship seet. P:asdent Offer Toast. He was surrounded by the admirals and captatns of the sixteen world-n elcling vessels brlillintly attired in all the gold isce and paraphernalia of special full dress uniform, sand every glass was reted . p response to the president's suag*stlon. "We stay4t homes also drink to the men who have mide us prouder than ever of our comuntry" added the president, and again the toast was pledged. To the men and Junior oic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 February 1909

' -t S RE um Pe C W NQ11 001C · - UMONTANLL FROM TlB CAITAL. The ecnate bill requiring Ife pr servers to be earried on all mtore boats was klled in the house. Anoth e bill to mequre muaders ea motor bnote sM s a·n def t-4. The house eammittee on foreign a. fairs agreed to recommend to the house the pacsage of the Denby bill to rectrtct further the use of the Red Cross Insignia for commercial pun poses. The boue has passed a bill au thorisfing the director of the census to collect and publish additional sta tistics of stocks of baled cotton In the United States of November, Jan uary and March. A step toward securing recognition of the right of American Jews to travel through Russia has been taken by the house committee on foreign affairs agreeing to pass a joint reso. lution on the subject. Theg qouse has passed a joint reso lution directing the secretary of state to invite Great Britain and France to participate in the tercente nary celebration of the discovery of Lake Champlain, to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 February 1909

sulka, oiCir est.~L- ..g. w L V.rr rtj if~ a. tai' mim w W aft b a" *ASWU . 4r9"ek o 'die momet . his~ - ft - fh gbm ..wsto nu to you byft w. 1 h1 m . bout flog k '`is aut -' rohs. Ivb - se, We IP m sOle w~n Par ý d . mtv o..pmi am l SUl~iw Mii ~w .~ kl =.melums WN. - yw«r. 1ta. ba .Y 1I vJUTICURA tOMFOIRT a w~ I'*~ FOR LIULL FAT FOLKS 31m __d sad "t4. be* . eM.tI. olatlmgs ustmhw Ci lcd a" mt cap lmmsdHt w1I deMtgitui mid *F~r mS.q kcb iur kMd~lumsad 6mlap. C1uIcI Smrp sad CL~aY Ohtbine~ts wmth tuskr wsiS c bdd. WhN AmewN g AUvpWugoga N S N Y-NO.- IU Cew 'DISTEMfPER LWZ -w~ s. ýýýý. ~Y *4.LCC Au!'kY~ ~~~ I I I ea ANWU4S4VW& Ir. r -i3/l aba iS~w ~ Wa t Sf Sn. 0M at ewas S iss 36 uwr ab llldr ass Uw wees bee We*w sheres. S nllit rami etmop re m arth eame. tr. W eas ane a oo thaw a r me ewait seatu be n ewr owre "an me barne, r nd an ee lail ae b t UIn atimn h arat aM i mcealm t ae watls s p at-sta ve 4 iee et average, bIt I . was eti hI war sme ae. IThe gels aet oas was tste as i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 February 1909

.tha cetan ._-.--- aw tio Mae a Peak Sstles. Swho -e wit lk aea s asuuo down paw n da spdn, and that constant fets of dullnness and tired nesS wll fnd be ina the advice of Mrs. Mary Hs1am et i1 Strotbher t, Mt. Sterlas. Ky. "Had I not used Doen's Kidney Pills I be ife I would not be Lving today," says Mrs. Hinson. "My eyesight was poor, I sufered with nervous, splitting headaches. spots would dance before my eyes, and at times I would be so dishy I would have to grasp some. thing for support. My back was so weak and painful I could hardly bend over to button my shoes and could not get around without suffering severely. Doan's Kidney Pills helped me from the first, and I contnued until practi" aesy well asina." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. dlbeterMllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. rven a wise man ocrasionally has time for the silly chatter of a pretty girl. Red. Weak. Weatr. Water Bryes Relieved by Murine Eye Remedy. Com pounded by Experienced Physicians. Mu itse Doesn't Bmart: Soot...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 February 1909

ti I I A J tomes@·i-· ' " ~ ~- - - - - - - - - - - ;:Ni t·- · Caeot epiea at lesgow Tweday, Feb. the asd. H. D. eluey retuMed from the Twin Cliea Tusay. l bLanaqelt was is towa from Baa vills this weak. tbeasys Lanke and Catlin attended cou.r t Ohlgow Teemay. Thee. Coerhene was called to erve am the jury at Glasgow but was eaCdsed. The Co. Commlssioeers meet uset Mon day at their regular March sessia at Glas Pow. m Hdemer passed through o No. 3 eanday to Poplar, after a trip to the Twin Cities. Mrs. F. P. Miller is in the Twin Cities after a millinery ock. Mr. Miller is in Will Doenhbo was called to .Glaseow to serve on the jury this week. He left for there Monday. Jack Murray and Guy Cosper purchased a steam-breaking outit this oyek and they will break up land up the Muddy this spring. Foa Ratr.-My homestead at Culbert son. Inquire at First National Bank. S. B. Palmer. Culbertson. Moot. 45tf Livery, Feed & Sales Stable (THE JACK EVANS BARN) K. M. KELLOGG, PROP. All the Travelin...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 February 1909

Of Stats d Valey Ce.aty o01 das al is f , :;-I& STATE OFFICERS. CHARLES N. PRAY of Clouteaa. Governor EDWIN L. NORRIS. of Helena. Uotenant Gover-or W. R. ALLEN of Dear Lodge. Associate Juusl. W. L. HOLLOWAY of 0allatin. Secretary of State A. N. YODER of SlSver Bow. Attorney General A. J. UALIRN of Lewis and Clark. Treasurer E. K. ESSELSTYN of Carbon. Auditor H. I. CUNNINGHAM of Silver Bow Superintendent of Public Instruction W. E. HARMON of Gallatin. Railroad Commdsoners DAN BoYLE of Park. Six-rear Term. B. T. STANTON. Four-year Term. . A. MORLEY. Two-year Term. COUNTY OFFICERS. Representative FRANK O. ARtNETTof Culbertson. County Commissioner J. T. FARRIS. of Hilndale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN. of Olasgow. Sheriff S. C. SMALL. of Glasgow. Clerk of Courts C. C. BEEDE. of Glasgow. Assessor JAMES FOX. of Glasgow. STreasurer LYMAN BARNES. of Malta. Olerk and Recorder W. B. SHOEMAKER. of Hinsdale. Pabile Administrator JACOB SEEL. of Mondak. Connty Surveyor W. H. MANN. of Malta....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 March 1909

be fearcjt)Kgbt__ OUR MOTTO: 'l* GOD GIVYBS US LIGHT TO SEARCH POR THE RIGHT. THAT. WIE WILL PURSUE WITH AGGORESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVILLANCK." --VOL VI. N CULERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTAAFRIDAY, MAR 5, . soo PER AR VOt. Vlr. ru.,<,r. CUL.,31.RTSON, w,.-L,.. COUNT. YON.T#._F_._D.Y. MAR. S, 'M"0 .......... .o PER YE,,BI OUR GROCERY STORE comes about is near meeting e. 'to.' in the (roe ery linm 4 ,v'osible for any storb e and EVERY OKm e large or small, will rm. ceive our best attention. A trial order will con vinece you that we sell only Superior Goods at Moderate Prices. A.rders L.r*e or Smal devwled to ay part of the city. R member Phos. 88. WATSON'S CASH GROC'Y PUMPS FOR FARMERS I Meyers Ratchet Handle Three Way Single Acting Force Pumps, Non-Freezing. Single and Double Harness. Black and Yellow Barbed Wire. New Stock of Tools of All Kinds. For Sale at Lowest Prices by S. S. M o ENTHE HARDWARE S. MOEN MAN St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter Bella, Prop. Everything New 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. — 5 March 1909

The Searchlight. Kratead May t. 19goa, as Second-Class Mauer. Poatface at Culbertson, Mont., Under Act of Co res of March 9, 1879. PRANK S. REED, Editor and Proprietor. Tern's--l ftvance. per year........ a.o0 4dvertiaing Rates. very reasonable, will be furnished o- application at this oice. CoLUaRrTo30. MorT.. Mar. 5, 1909. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. The enlarged Homestead law has been passed which permits ec try of 320 acres of land by home steaders. This law will not be operative in Valley County untii notification has been received by the local United States Comnmis sioners that the counts has been included in the dry land district affected by the bill. Tni, will cause a delay of from 30 to go days. Further informatio t will be given In the Searchlight next wlet k. New York apples by the barrel or pound at The Big Store. Traders State Ban's Poplar, Mont. Wants your business and will e~tend every accommnlation consistent with SOUND BANKING H. MI. Cost...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 March 1909

..IIe , IIIII1 goond Wº a..n a mu. - em in.. l, Wm' e b Ma duos th e I e S s !eer7 alesieas a ae tb smelau: eas e a ensI the -9In sew. Now, that lues hsui eeeelons at eamrees are resdai, lath ewher et aupr e glitdshhels sea be eale de tls aibet semSle, am pee tha asles probably wmi be the S -ae en eri mesibs the .O0o provided for at the vset As Urn Reeeewelt Pe1lelee. aN aI the Iatleth coasgess the pi ;at cetla what he. bees taLetd hilt poo es. They were liathe meet: tI national hAN labor law; an aos p$e a eiability law; atlafi eoiuo leguiatles; amanediets to the SIhb -as aatl trut law for goet erpoer lsek end ter labor eslte; huealole i gslatoan; postal soaingl beaku; : vises at the tarif; waterways cee miims; regulation or water rights o eartse-e stresses. Whte the congress ends thee will be so astlosal child labor law, no postal savlago beak mad no additional regulation of water rights. However. a chiltd labor law was enacted hor the Distrlict of Columbia, and It is hoped by the ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 March 1909

- r.. .. F1 a slm s areaiar Teld. ROM TE CAPITAL. In menmory of the late Crosby , Noyes, veteran editor of the Washlin tob Star and public benelAator. a brOase bust of Mr. Noye has b ee cnvelled in the main entrance of the adw dist.ct building in Washiagton. President Roosevelt., by signing the t!1i for the creation of the Calaveras ni.t onal forest. California, has com liited the lesislation which saves for all time the most famous grove of trees !n the world. This act is the culmination of efforts extending over the past nine ye:rs. The senate committee on public lands hr.a failed to reach an agree ment on the bill granting to the city of San Francisco the use of the Hetch Hetchy and the Lake Eleanor valleys is reservotr sites, and decid ed to let the whole subject go over until the next session. By reason of en agreement of the senate committee an judiciary not to report to the senate any more nominf~ tions at the preset session, several federal judgeship appointments, in cluding...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 March 1909

4 v'* toa w i a rI bate of lmastn. dor tehow e y mo aternot.her ds a man tell when he is in lame. eracf e s l rrs l totrs areo - e Occasio o man at tell w to lwow mans y of her nehbor d strt Two Whirds of the words in the av Even a we man can't tell when a woman's hat Is op straIght. es ws b ars - p asn brcamw When a woman pretendso b to be g morant she s platying a deep game. SICK HEADACSE Sip aft rwr.m M. iU~5~~I4I dmM.. A ae3V aa, D owdt ., sa I F .dy for D~ad~u~ , 3 Ya.Wafath~[.e. mh.~ ýlA.a .., TO*ID Ll~tVILa WALLHLLfts"P SU L uiM 0 . i. 1l SWL ft W- A s WS t~ bmuj~s U~st m Nrt~bsdaregc 2u, Pbe. r.. oah. mi.3 Mash 1r of ... reK iu.a p~~rnaa. - icheeah.um& ewwt USASI wase'ei W.LUS. oii, - * " . I PWE ETE)'c isr, whh eeobire wut man be L.a tr thnree. pr Albrd iho w ompris d hant r mybe kaown as Cstoa pet uapa, there was a to*l wVst yibed of about 1Pt.9g,00 Lhig. gas weeor to the farmer abo.t gI a ditio to this the oat, eand max were worth am $t. Ts r es havel bees Yreesive ea...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 5 March 1909

Irggb es .LawHas art M reasll 3. Law, Justice of the Faee, l h*i at I., Brasu, lad., I haown far sad wl w as the "Marrylag Squlre," fom the hat that be has mar, rled more couples than any other- a - *cllaltadisa. J.udge :aw wolte " now n 190i, recommead Ing Doan's Kidney P1a. which he said had made a bad back well, enabled him to sleep bet. ter nights and feel more It for work. The treatment also cleared up the aine. On January 5. 1909. Judge Law tonfrmed his previous testimony. "I have recommended this remedy to many people sluce I Brst used It," said he. Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. bster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Choice of Two Evils. When Charles Dudley Warner war the edito., of I,. lltartford (Conn.) Press, back in lth. ;r'';. aronsing the patriotism of th. stat". ,y" his vigor oun appeals. one- o rthe. typesetters came to firom, tI - . enu.aia--ng iooml and. planting k;,.l"-tf tw.fire the edi icr, said: 'Well. Mr. ..tW.:wt,. P.-, decided to el'at in the aru.. " With a...

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