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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 July 1910

5iUCL EA mS $Z P . Al flle~a u ýº it lrL· ai . t-· des Pr)L Whe. the tde is out at Pal Bene hundred a betal atest walk q and dews the hbald wet ad Others sed up a& dowm in their _ a e. Others, sil, it on hired ehabi ad gaie out seaward and imasge they hear the soaps ot s On a certain day In the pre set wentieth century Philip Olitt wer among those who walked. H ws yung man at tha beach with his mh and s ster, and his ocpat when at hoe in New Tri was pre ar- alaisrf for arehitet ers. He did that meetly by lookin at em or two akhyoraper a day rom the out side ad speeding $eW per week at owed by his father, It was his fa tae who had Iasisted that the yoeng man take up architecture. There sevor had been an architect is the Oti!ett family, and he wanted one. He had a manor hoae, sand be wanted a heanery built, and he wanted to point to it after It was anished and s.y: "A Gfllett did that!" On this particular day Philip Ollett had toothache and he set out to walk So. His sIter had tol...

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 July 1910

iNe SEARCHLGHT PRA N S REED, Pub. FROM DAY TO ODA WGNERAL NEWS AND NOTES FRESH FROM THE WIRE. 1 WIDE AREA IS COVERED Embrating a Condensation or tvents i Whioh Readers Generally Are Interested. Washington. It was stated at the department of Justice that there are not in con templation any proceedings to prevent the removal of the Oklahoma state capital from Guthrie to Oklahoma City. Former President Roosevelt tele. graphed here to Representative Scott of Kansas that he will make the Kansas speech he recently promised at Ossawattomle on Monday. August 29. J. S. McMurry of Oklahoma. de clared positively that the charges made by Senator Gore reflecting up on him in connection with the Chicka shaw land and townslte cases were absolutely false. It was reported that a large armed tessel carrying munitions of war for the Madriz government in Nicaragua sailed from New Orleans. and that the Estrada insurgent representa tives have appealed to the United States to send a warship after her. The...

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 July 1910

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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 July 1910

- STORY The Master of Craven ::::::: :: I D Mare VanVorst11 II of of o i M Ia Coiotpght s*. by J. B. l tpplioat Co.Ipay. SYNOPSIS. Basil Tempest. world's greatest poet and no'ehlit, r tfusing further to be Ion ized. shuts himself up In Craven. his country hom.. His gloomy meditatiott are broken by the admission of an Amer htan. l.ucy ('nrew. who has come to Eng land to get a study of the author, but more especially a synolpsis of his new suite of poems. Tempest, angry at being disturbed. declares he will write no more and rudely asks her to go. Repenting of his rudeness he apologizes and offers to dictate to Lucy. who sits spellbound as she writes. Tempest Induces Lucy to re main and read her manuscript to him. Their Interest in one another grows. Tem pest burns the photographs and letters of Lady Ormond. with whom his name has been assoclited. He takes great pleasure in Lucy's presence, as their work pro gr-,tes. Tempest tells his housekeeper that he is going blind and that the ass...

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 July 1910

La apeýhIJUUý -n Gesole Egiesn a Teensa r Beati". a Elmwr Asst ps e FRed wsin Calort toe Wedasday. GOi wanted or era h.e wrk by Mr. . . W. Teer. td Jim Poe, the gsal oseatya .sessrspeat the Foarth ia Culberteo. Peter Tmpp was down teem Dgmear yes. terday sad joaned the Searchight homer Jim Stephes. the veterU a poiticis of Glasgow, was in Calreen last Saturday making medicise. A. D. OsDkers and family sad Asns Thompson and family of Dnen Valley wars pusest d Mr. sad Mrs . S. Reed on the Foarth. Atttoray and Mrs. jobs L. Slattery d Glasgow .peat the Foerthis Calbertsos as the guest of Mr. sad Mrs. C. S. Stalord at the Evans Hotel. FOR RENT-A new two fall story hotel after Agst frst, at $35,oo pr moath lot one year or more~ uafurshebd. This is the only hotel Ia the new and growing town of Brockton, Most. A. A. Lon. satps The cely accident that the Searchlight heard of that marred the festivites i Cual breson occurred to Verne Wilson, who was kicked by a horse at the Base Ball Park dur...

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 July 1910

POPLAR MERCANTIUE COMPANY Moved to temporary quarters Just west of former Ication. We handle a full line of Oro ceries, Provision, Dry Goods, Hardware, Paints, Etc. .... Local agents for Honor and Giant brand canned goods. When in town give us a call. We aim to please. Prices right and goods of the best. Courteous treatment extended to all Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. 4 Capital, 25,000 Dollars Invites accoun~ of the people, assuring perfect service and every accommodation consistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED 1****************@@*****@O*@@OO@*@@OOO** C. A. Haskins. Pres. I. N. Canfieid. Cashier. - I. W. Schnitzler, Vice Pres. * - Froid Security Bank Froid, Montana * Money to Loan on Land and Chattels * Fire and Hail Insurance in the very best corn : panies. a " INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY OF STOCKIIOLDERS, $250,000.00 . . .... . . .. HANSON & BARZON s MILLING COMPANY Best Patent Flour "Vivo" We Exchange Flour for Wheat. Grains and Seeds Feed grinding...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 July 1910

~~~· - t - -·, S' _ANAS FRIDAY, JULY '55 gr o PER hA sy as. .., USE REXALL REMEDIES State Library One for Ltach Human IIl. Each One Guaranteed VALLEY DRUG CO. Pilaeer Livery Barn Henry Winch, Prop. Successor to A. J. Culwell. Everything first class in the Livery Line. Hors es bought, sold and exchanged. Bailed hay for sale. rumbertsoe, Montana. FURNITURE and BEDDING We handle the Xinneapolis Bed ding 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. 5. 5. MOEN THE HARDWARE NAN Money to Loan on improved FARMS! Drafts on all foreign countries. S Safety Deposit boxes for rent. Steamship tickets to and from all Foreign Countries. The First National Bank of Culbertsou ............. .... .3-.3.... -ut ýýý rýý ý wý, 3 K . _ aý Lodge Ann meatsert S IR 1 t L u s R . WD~3cU&P.UCN.O.LU.I~ Fsw Rspznriqu csm tss *s No DeO scratass Ye. A visit to the County Seat by the Editoertthe Searchlight Tues ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 July 1910

The Searchlight. Etered' May ax.. t90. ss Secoand-Cla Matter, Posteale at Culbertson. Moot., Under Act o Congres of March 9, slay. FRANK S. REED. Editor andProprietor. Terms-In advance, per year........a$ ao Advertising Rates, very reasonable, will be furnished 0o application at this office. TIE FIRST REPUBICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Here's a good one from the pen of the man who controls the des tinies of the Dawson County Pion eer: "A man who was afraid of thunder crawled into a hollow log as a place of safety during a thund er storm. ithe thunder rolled and the rain poured down in torrents, and the log began to swell up till the poor fellow was wedged in so tight that he could not get out. All his past sans began passing before him. Suddenly he remembered he hadn't paid his subscription, and he felt so small that he was able to back tight out.-Exchange. The editor took a trip to Glas gow on Tuesday and found that the country in the vicinity of the county seat is suffer...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 July 1910

cAn Heir cMilirons ma..ehsom byRyWsell ( prisht, by J. B. Lipacs#tt Cej CHAPTER I. The westeriang sun was casting leusthy shadows amon the gitat pines and sturdy aspeas along the steep upward slope of a eartain wild eamon inn he Nevada Merras. Five hundred feet below the dry Aloorf the gulch, which here widened to a narrow valler, wan Selid e wall to wall with a motley huddle of rough cabins, Jigsaw cottages, a glaring ed-brick opera hom, botel, and bank all I aone, and pair at elhpborded, whitewashed oburches. Upon the sultry and drowsy aira o a summer afternoan there arose the contused hum and the hoarse murmur o strenuous' Industry, above which. ik the toot.tae da the animated to statu in "Don Juan" the in slatent note at the busy "stamps," at `work night and day, three "shifts" tn each 24 hours, dominateod.all other uwomds. This was the lttle mining tmown o Ilesn, named i honor of itas founmd r. who was lewis the dQscoverer, manipulator, and chief owner of the each Peaock lode, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 July 1910

THE SEARCHLCJTW FMN i& ItEED, Pi, IEWSOF THE WEEK CONDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR LESSER IMPORTANCE. A O81LIN gOWNM OF EVENTS National, Political, Personal and Othae Matters In Brief Form for All Clasesa of Readers. Washington. Eleven captains and commanders In the navy have applied voluntarily for retirement and their applications have been granted. It was stated at the department of justice that there are not in con templation any proceedings to prevent the removal of the Oklahoma state capital from Guthrie to Oklahoma City. Freight rates on lemons from the producing territory in southern Cali fornia to eastern destinations were reduced by the interestate commerce commlssion from $1.15 to $1 a h.n dred pounds. Members of the senate committee appointed Senator Day to Inevstigate the charges made by Senator Gore re lating to Oklahoma Indian lands con tracts have discovered that the com mittee was not provided with funds to defray the cost of the inquiry. The president has signed sev...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 July 1910

Is gnll iup } DAY FLY · Theatrical expense accounts come under the head ot play bill. DR. J. N. RINDLAUB (Speelallst), Eye, Ear, Ness and Throat Fargo, N. D. Many people are busy mortgaging the future in order to acquire a past. The morning after is responsible for many sgood resolutions. It lea Mistake Marny have the idea that anything will sell if advertised strong enaough. This Is a great mistake. True, a few sales might be made by advertle lug an absolutely worthless article but it is only the article that is bought again and again that pays. An cx ample of the big success of a worthy article is the enormous sale that has grown up for Cascarets Candy Cathar tic. This wondaerful record Is the result of great merit successfully made known through persistent advertising and the month-tomouth recommendation gives Cascarets by its friends and users. Like all great successes, trade pi. rates prey on the unsuspecting public, by marketing fake tablets similar tin appearance to Carcarets...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 July 1910

SNOWBALLS B Littell McClung CoierihLt is by AWssolatd LMear Pr.. James Merchant, "Professor" Mar' obat his scholars called him, despite his youth, longed to be out of doors. Inside his room in the Latin school It was warm and uncomfortable. The Janitor had done his best that day and the radiators were throwing off an unusual amount of heat Outside the air was cold and clear and the snow, a foot deep, lay sparkling like a Jew. eled mantle in the afternoon sun.hine. When the last class was over Mar cheat arose with a yawn and began to put on his overcoat. All the boys had rushed out Into the snow-all save Walter Beale, a handsome, quick-wit ted lad of fourteen. "Well. I suppose you are going for a slide this afternoon, Walter?" ques tioned his teacher pleasantly. "Nope," rejoined the lad. "Going snowballing today, professor," he re plied. "There's going to be a snow ball battle between the Latin school and No. 33." "You don't say?" queried Marchant, at once interested. "I hope the Lat...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 July 1910

Lai · iapig · WUK .E'. G.mnlba Wetjl* a Taner A Beast. atd Girl td or -.eeal a ork b Mrs. . . W. Teamer. L H. Davis of Popar was owa TI es Vy. Tom Leasn of Momdak was in tows t Toeaday. Mn. Robert Wittmewar returned bome last wek. The ew bhome of J. W. K.elog a rapid- ' ly seaiag omeplebtem. M. P. Merteas.d of Degmar was a Cl b.rteso visitor Wednseday. Mr. Wlaksewerder Bairville was a Celbertdes visitor Mooday. C. L. Fowlerl ad I.R. Nikbolso bothof Brocktom were ia tew Wednesday. Go the Pboema Cafe for Bhle Ribbon Whiskey, eiht years old ad strictly ouse. Kehoe & Schow Props. t4tf Mrs. W. S. Evans left Sunday fr Woee wc. Wis., for a mouth's stop, after which she will visit Rodman, lowa. Mrs. Thomas Beaso of Minneapolis stopped od last Friday oa her way to Seattle to visit ber cousin Mrs. Ben Cooper. FOR RENT-A new two full story hotel after Agesrt t. at 3s.oo per month for one year or more, anfurnished. This is the only hotel in the new andgrowing town of Brocktom, Moot. A. A. L...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 July 1910

CULBERTOON MOINDAY JULY 25 JOHN HI. SPARKS' World Famous Shows CIRCUS MUSEUM MENAGERIE AND GRAND HORSE FAIR ~- 4.-----5 - - The only Big Circus coming to Cul bertson this year and the largest and best show ever in Valley county Traveling by special train-500 people 200 horses. 40 Cage Zoo 3 Bands MIGHTY MODERN MONARCH OF THE ARENIC WORLD Embracing Everything Extraordinary and Exhibiting Everything Exceptional Three Distinctly Diversified and colossally complete shows in one UNEQUALED IN SIZE, QUALITY AND hONEST CHARACTER All the World Contributes to this TRAVELING CITY OF SPLENDORS AMAZING ASSEMBLY OF ALL THAT'S BEST IN THE EXHIBITION FIELD 10 FLYING VALLENTINOS THE RIDING MAYOS THE AMAZING CROMWELLS THE MIZUNO TROUP OF JAPANESE JACOBY'S MUSICAL ELEPHENTS S. RR BRUNNERS RIDING LIONS G UITIERINGGRAND FREE STREET PARADE AT NOON Ii Mile of Rsacantin g and Processional Amazement. A revels SWmltb sad oSpeadwr. Costly Carved Tableaux Cars and Psdg. Elephants. Stately Camels. Open Dens of ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 July 1910

1i':C 1 5* T0N COUNTY TANA. FRIDAY , JULY ii. u yw. 12. N Historical Library f U~SE REXALL REMEDIES One for Each Human Ill. Each One Guaranteed VALLEY DRUG Co. 1 Valley Meat Market Reopened 0 * __ _ _ _ ! Everything New and Fresh. . * Finest new cooling room In the I state. We will keep the best linei * 0i beef, pork, veal, mutton, poultry, " fish, etc. to be had anywhere. We 0 S respectfully ask a share of your patronage. " Telephone 34 0 " Jacobs & Markle Culbertson, - Montana. FURNITURE and BEDDING We handle the Minneapolis Bed ding 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. 5. S. MOEN THE HARDWARE* AN Money to Loan on Improved FARMS ! Drafts on all foreign countries. Safety Deposit boxes for rent. Steamship tickets to and from all Foreign Countries. The First Natlumal Bank of Cullertson frnestrearbs q * t P wpan s8 et Gawls Mer Dry C. B. Griffin, Great Northesn Immigration ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 July 1910

CIRCUS " CULBERTSON MONDAY JULY JOHN 1H. SPARKS' World Famous Shows CIRCUS MUSEUM MENAGERIE AND GRAND HORSE FAIR The only Big Circus coming to Gul bertson this year and the largest and best show ever in Valley county Traveling by special train-500 people 200 horses. 40 Cage Zoo 3 Bands MIGHTY MODERN MONARCH OF THE ARENIC WORLD Embracing Everything Extraordinary and Exhibiting laverything Exceptional Three Distinctly Diversified and colossally complete shows in one UNEQUALED IN SIZE, QUALITY AND HONEST CHARACTER All the World Contributes to this TRAVELING CITY OF SPLENDORS AMAZING ASSEMBLY OF ALL THAT'S BEST IN THE EXHIBITION FIELD 10 FLYING VALLENTINOS THE RIDING MAYOS THE AMAZING CROMWELLS THE MIZUNO TROUP OF JAPANESE JACOBY'S MUSICAL ELEPHENTS HERR BRUNNERS RIDING LIONS 4ULITTERINGGRAND FREE STREET PARADE AT NOON A dmEb 1 lacbasutiag and Processional Amazement. A revela #ss of W tb aW d$p e udor. Costly Carved Tableaux Cars and C N Pesas a ephants. Stately Camels. Open Dens of WUA...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 July 1910

7 i ý ý ý:y,° r S IS 3. SAY LANKESTER, the wel-newa asglish saturslist, speaking of elephants In a re aent article in the Landon Daily Telegraph, says: In the novel by that clever but contradictions writer. Sam Butler, entitled "The Way of the Flesh." an amiable and philosophIcally minded old gentleman who pervades the story, states that when one feels worried or depressed by the icideatas of one's daily lite, gseat comfort may be 4d* rived from an diodr spent at the Zoological gardens Ia company with the larger mammalla. He ascribes to them a remarkable soothing In fence, tad I am inclined to agree with him. I am not prepared to decide whether the effect iU due to the example of pa tience under adveralty oaered by these animals, or whether it Is perhaps their tranquil indifferenceto everything but food, coupled with their magnificent success in attaining to Such dignity of size, which imposes upon me and asle me for a brief space with reeignation and a childlike acquiescence in thi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 July 1910

As, P.º S. UWM. f1i1 DAS TO DAT (NERAL NEWS AND NOTES FRESH FROM THE WIRS. I EU E AREA IS COVERE Imhraeree a Condensatin ar ftvene ft Which Readers Seserally Are lnterseted Washington. Washington Lee Capps, Captala In the regular naval establishment has tendered his resignation to take efect October 1st. The o cials of both the state and navy departments are closely watch ing the developments in the fight of Estrada and Madriz forces In Nicara. gua. The secretary of the interior has restored to the public domain several tracts of land which had been with drawn in connection with the irriga tion projects but which are not now seeded by the reclamation service. The text of the long-heralded Man churian convention between Japan and Russia, signed July 4 at St. Petersburg, was made public. It is one of the shortest Important treaties of modern times, being just 237 words in length. Major John M. Carson. chief of the bureau of manufactures of the de partment of commerce and labor, has be...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 July 1910

ýýdrt.s :yw.:a «c ý4 ,ýý _ ýý rvý;, ý` i .-. * the Wittos 3s 5as two ati m have VWa-X of . teaea % as1 S m o.-"!min weaslm *eeý " fein wsaes T WAS ONCE HIS. "You deot remember met do you? 'No; but that umbrella has a ta* coosr mook." Old Advice. Manager-You never gwt this msee right. Your btsines with the sweet peas is all wrong and you forget whem you are to speak-you get your line all mixed up. Actress-"ll right, sir, Ill be more attentive and Ix the sweet peas and try to set my lines In the right place. Manager-Youer course is very aim pri. Just mYnd your pass wan cues. t'altimore American. Net as Objedtion. "I think bed like to join your club but his wife wouldnt hear of It " "She woeldnm t hear on It? Why, 1 know of heif a doses men who woaid Mola our club if their wives aiMoat bear of It." PNote ctid. bteisa-Are youafnraid of cows. BSela-Not with my fatplad.-Mew fork Sun. HARD TO PLEMA ipegarding the Meming cup "Oh how hard it was to part with sobes but the ooatiand troube wit...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 July 1910

MSM RECSOIZED THE VOICE And Prrn Remark Made, Also Knew the Party Was Not En gaged In Prayer. Coefldential friends of Louis B. aiMa are telling this story about that eminent Republican: A state convention at Columbuas had just ad journed and the Cuyahoga county delegates were all back home when somebody suggested a friendly game at poker. The game was going along right merrily at three a. m. At that hour an officious attendant aliled up Mr. Shields' residence, which happened to be almost next door. "This is long distance," said the servant with no warrant of authority whatever. "We are all here in Co lumbus and can't get home until morn lag." "That's all right," came back the reply, "but It that voice I hear in the apartment house next door saying 'that's good' isn't MIr. Shields' then I can't recognize a voice when I hear It at night." And that is the end of the story, for the voice saying "that's good" was indeed that of MIr. Shields. and it was so near home, so the narrator relat...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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