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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 October 1910

in IZ11[ 5 IIT O TH eaesual observer the hretmnes Is not as tractive, or mea s 3'elA to tsreatimjAs a fem.n ds cbabre she Is cluasy, alovea I sand rough ad spoeeh lock-s the graces and atstaees at her Paril sian sister. She shut See about to felt slilp pers, her volumInous black skirts catch In everything and, if she waIts at the table dhote, her mathed of handling cutlery is stroagly calculat ed to sever one's Jugular veto. She has no regularity ia her work, and at the hour that she ought to be making beds she is probably sitting on the public stairease nursing her baby. She is gssefally married and, conversely, aiten tea years younger than you take her to be. To English eyes she is rarely beautiful. Her hair is strained tightly under her esp, her cheeks have seldom any deli. cacy of tint, and her Sare and mo tions are ungainla and awkward. One's admiration Is more frequently excited by some aged prone, whose Sne sharp features alabaster com pleuion and brilliant eyes make a pretty...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 October 1910

TIE SEARCHIGHT FRANK S. REED Pr. OULUERTBON, * * MONTANA, COIDENSATIONS NEWS AND NOTES HERE AND THERE. PERSONAL AND POLUCAL Other Matters of Interest Con densed From the More Important Telegrams. Washington. Nebraska pensions granted: John Glock, $15; Andrew J. Miller, $15; Al fred Nye, $20; Carrie M. Peters, $12; Abram Sutherland. $15; David Voras, $20. The secretary of the interior has designated 167.000 acres of land In Wyoming as being subject to dispo sition under the provision of the en larged homestead act. The land is in townships 48 to 51, north, range 100 to 102 west. Up to date a little over 17,000.000 acres of land in this state have been designated under this act. When the time comes to recognise the new Portuguese republic, expressly or impliedly, or to refuse to recognise it, there are ample precedents to gov era America's course. This govern ment would accord recognition by writ ten or oral declaration, by entering into negotiations, by dispatch or re ception of dipl...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 October 1910

4 Breath set alter talog; enm eas an aro Drtory wa r m i M OU0MS OL DW Frong Diecetory SKODAKS 1... FAge MIN 3U. FPss.a . S. FARGO TANNERY eashtwes aaee and as m.r tamig to haurnes seather, roebs sat s.. oeab« humed, hdes boughs, leather sad Reb.. Me sseo. Nao for pie s Ist, Amiru Musus :F.L Fap,1.1 OREA  SHIPPERS sm p seu r yono ah FRAMNK . KEERR DAIRY 00. Parse North DKkets Out notera feelitsees ad e1nS. tea leal market *nale naatoper te hbes" e*meb priester better Wst. Wevetatrterbspelaglea. FAM PIJUUI & HEATES OMPANY OEM ON ¶TO We do ElectroPlan of all Mknds. Have year old fitures Ask about our actrio ULightiag Plant for your country boosecheaprandeaierthangusorgaaolana LEFT TO A WORSE FATE Dynamiter, Himself a Married Man, Knew What Awaited Forgetful Husband. The business man was sitting In his ofsce, thinking of starting for home. when a suspicious looking person came In with-a leather bag In his hand. "If you don't give me $25," said the visitor, coming at once to the poi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 October 1910

* . .toeMdwths. th as esposu re Made setlo ýimg sp and than I ma kli sp - abdder takwui. me was recommneded to me a t t yetara sad I took a mseabe at aitts o t 1 al was mare than plhasd s wlb t ibs. I considew pee lb a lsi and best kidney -a do at, and it never rile toa qula resl ha hidny treoble, bet satd lame baes. Dr. EKler'e swamp-Root bas done me a. mesh good that I fe If any worod. adma wlfl b the mesas of relieeg any poo siaenels that you are at liberty to on ths letter as you me St. Yeaser truly. Des oines, Ia. aesto of Iow a A. B. 3a.., a retail druggist of this de, bfs daly sworn. depoes and hai b well acquainted with Gamma W. At saley, who gave the above that amid Atchley made and iulgdsaid testimonial in my presen.e san that I have sold said Atehley a part of lb Swamp-Root referred to in above esti*uedal. Aflant further yey that alea. W. Atchley Ia a well known citi. f .Mts city and an honarabla ma t that It was Mr. Atehley's desIre to Ssai testimona R ANSEN, labsorIhed ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 October 1910

......... L. L. &treI hab t w Peplar ls ls tn * tsremep. Chas. V. Defer of Meodak was a Cil hnauss wiuhr Wedameasy. Fsuoralabsi soee let .w heIbbard. is. quire at Vae"y Reital sett Comety Attosry Thoeas Digeea of Gleamga was. i new Thasday. M MoNeilie Palmer of the South Side was a Cmebrtsoe visitor yesterday. Ceacuteqoora sad grouad eors mad ites for eule at the Hamsee A Baresm tlevator. Lour-Ladies Silver rng set with blue atone. Finder wil place leave at* this 0600. . sape Frank R. young of Mediciea Laeb was in towu Tuesday mad called at Ahe Search fight oice. Bring thosee ear and diseases eyes of yoursso Dr. McCollam and have the case removed. 25t3 Doe'i forget the Mande Heuderson Com pear te the Opera Hall nest Thereday sight. Oct. syth. If year local dealer caneot supply the goods you want, mail your order to Tanner A Best. aSg Mesers K. O. and I. 0. Slette left Wed nesday maoring on a busaness visit to Far go. N. D. Get Lios brand or Heath & .Malligan brand house pain...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 October 1910

RED BLACKSMITH SHOP John Deere and Moline Ready made Plow Shares. We make plow shares for any make of plows and guarantee satisfactory work. Water Tanks Made to Order Disc machines and discplowsground on short notice. All kinds of lathe work and engine repairing promptly and correctly done General Blacksmithing and Horse Shoeing GEO. BALFOUR Culbertson, Montana Palace Saloon j 0 0 SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. " " Succea.srs t. Frank Steopeus : Imported and Domestic Wines, j Liquors and Cigars. * * * - 0 * Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and * Fishing parties supplied. * * * " A portion of the trade of the " " public is rt.s tfult uolictted " * * : Culbertson. . . Montana "*...""""""""""0"""""" ********************."..."""""...:":e.eage...ee.eO"e.e.eeees * 0 * 0 * 0 The New Store * 0 I New Goods. Lowest Prices. : * 0 * * " iii o : " * 0 * 0 * 0 * w hir ,'"er 0ult ytesyihsaeta hya!hM * 0 * 0 * 0 0 0 * 0 * 0 Com Anadsehu * t the beginn oefecl wueintr man A hoesi "u se. alie-...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 October 1910

VOL." I NC O L TFD O 1$ O . O .- U r VOtL x. No aS. - CULBERTISON, VALLEY COCUNTY. M ~TANA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28,1g. IpaI'.a PER YEIAR State Library C KODAKS We have just received a new supply of Kodaks. Prices from $2.00 up. The new Post Card size, folding pocket, sells for $10.00. Get one now. THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. luxsol, Prop. Valley Meat Market Reopened Everything New and Fresh. Finest new cooling. room in the 0* state. We will keep the best line * o', beef, pork, veal, mutton, poultry, fish, etc. to be had anywhere. We respectfully ask a share of your " patronage. * Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markile Culbertson, 1 Montana. i ····o····· O00 ··· ·o···oo···o··OO······· · POO·tO0. --------------------------------------- CALL FOR I White's Old Style Beer I T'S BETTER THAT'S WHY : Watch for the reasons Any saloon keeper can furnish this beer to you at $5.50 per case $1.00 rebate for empty when re. Sturned. I East Grand Forks Brg. Co. = W. J. Doheny Agt. Bainville, Mont. I ...THiIS ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 October 1910

th Searchlight. Eatered May 21.. 1902 s Second-Clii malr. Patesc at CuertsoS. Mot. Under Act of Coe. o March 9. 1So9" FRANK S. REED. Editor and'Propriesto. Terms-lt advance, per year ........ .eo Advertisingl Rates. very reaoable, will be raished on aplication at this oiee. TIE FIRST RIEPUBLICAN PAPER STARTES IN VALLEY CO., MONT. The Democrats in Valley County this year as an organization are not trying to elect the Democratic County ticket. That is a hopeless task this year. Two years ago they concentrated their efforts up. on two county candidates alone, the sheriff and the county treasurer and they elected them, with the help of many hundreds of Republi can votes. This year they have concentrated their efforts upon three candidates, but this time they head the ticket. They want to elect Hartman to Congress, Dan McKay to the state Senate and K. O. Slette as representative at Helena. The balance of the ticket is never mentioned in their public speeches. The Republicans of Valley Co...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 October 1910

* t Wast k ssurL on Iso mee aIe rThe That of Oo. tnw and AM"s. eWqual to Owe'o -SteaR a lm as maleao Joesra Cpty. X.--MIlEass at ponds at amslone seer are alnewed to gs to wast In Mlssours amady. simply rboe.ae It is net gmeraaly known that they L ana he ad tar oel or ma as well as a umas, a thea bre have a eommearula al e," ys se 1O Reed Book ae the bureau at hbor and statistle. llgurn made pubsc ib Labor COsmmslm8er J. 0. A. iller chew tat ,a the year 100 about 4.Mb pds at the sees were seat to msbr b Mmissourts 114 oou tis and that about $400 was real. bed h the sale at the sm "While ortglnsally a native of trop cal America the sunflower is now ound growing mo or less wild In all cultivable portions t the world, and espeelally tI south sad central > ropemeds having been arred thre rom Amercla and planted by everal adxteath century rovers who took a tfancy to the large sower, both for its peuliar, wild beauty and that It had a foo value," reads the Red Book chapter a this ntere...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 October 1910

S 4EARCI4UGHT lRAlNS. I P.Illl . o * R? N MONTANA. EPITOME OF EVENTS PARAGRAPHS THAT PERTAIN TO 1WANY SUBJECTS. ARE BRIEF BUT INTERESTIN6 Brief Mention of What is Transpiring In V:rlous Sections of Our Own and Foreign Countries. Washington. Lands in Colorado, Kansas and Ne braska, valued at millions of dollars, will be the stake for which the rail roads and Individuals in the first named state will contest before the supreme court A social event of Interest in naval circles took place in St. Margaret's Episcopal church, when Miss Elsie Jarvis McLean, daughter of Captain Walter McLean. U. S. N., became the bride of Mr. Paul C. Patterson. A number of naval oflthers'were among the attendants. According to the annual report of Surgeon General Torney, the general health of the United States army has shown improvement for several years. The non-effective rate, regarded as the true measure of the loss in em clency from sickness and injury, was 41.48 per one thousand in the last fiscal year...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 October 1910

Do-iNow ScASCA gr bd o dm4. No mml fo r SM fta a~ri d A 6Ar NORTEaIdTS& ! THE RIVAL CAPTIANs. Cbimmie-awan, you're so bal player. Ye couldn't keth a foul ii it was moultln'I Pata.-Glttout, yo couldn't ketch a tY It was setek on sticky lyp& per till t was dead as merlasmesl Albert W. t bebid. aeW York's charity expert. saId at a recent din arw: "The great danger of charity s its pauperlang efeeot. This eaoet must be avoided, or the trelplent will all become Jack Ranches. "Jack Ranch on the soore of bad health, never worked, aad the pastor of the Methodist church, a man whose heart sometimes outran his head, seat the Mdler and his family weeklr sgit of food and olothitn-eupported the whole crew, n fact. "A church vsitor, after lIsteatnite Jaus. complaInts o e day, sodd: " Ye, of colrme, you have had bad health, we know that; but oeN thing at least you ought to be thankful for, and that is our pastors kindness tn sending you an this bread and meat and jelly and blankets, and as...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 October 1910

MMuAM UO' THE MIEYS IuNLY L EtinE Mrs. M aria Gogoll, Mayer, an, writil the following: "1 must Inform you that I recovered Shealth ater sing your valuable " I had suered with estarrh of the .udneys sad bowels, but nov I am u chbettr, and feel real strong." Her Tribute. iandali-How did you like the mill MIT parade, Ida? Miss Rogers-Gloriousl I never saw amough men In all my life before. ahrper's Bazar. Both Unpardonable. 'Agnes says she will never have eything more to do with Gladys." "Which did Gladys recommendT A eesmaker or a summer hotel?" Jkrper'e Buasr. $100 Reward, $100. i AL aims oPe;eim .l Mys tNeia:red e 1s tlen a e oit a dbdes a d t= a t4 O Aegge ant-m i e Ine e 5 5n5da plpes Mtw mas met sI I t tehn. " ctiea a eosmsaouoai daeI rsuoal i emaesA netagmeat. H(er a (an C os le batte . .essen , a geer b e ushrou tao t* lon osi and get me for byh bsadmrtup is U e titootn. od m6e - R was ethe tiou. sod aoinstNo 3515 StaMe ere srt. The Gradoysm he. ood make me sikl Noin t in them o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 October 1910

T f, DLmIWs ssu r a e s1mmerslea age X M. K s. i et asaem wse ese Wed W. plomese- Pl.atrwised ms is sews Wastdt Blates s a .d uat The igd FOR SALE-A lprge Rlvnied had cot heuter by A. Daaldmea. sad 1. .s. Da. the big ri ,r of the aSouh Side. ws ia tows Wemade7y. Coamer Armstrog of the South Side wa a Clbertsn viidtor oa Wednesday. aest Liplecam l ddllvre at $3.0o per toe by asteselld A Kaglebright. ugtd Dr. D. . D e B.ch will be ii Medicine Lae h or eme week baglg Oct. 3. s7ts Panbell Edmonds ae cierlag sme 'Ibergala s is weaser this wak. See tbr ad. Ladle., eider yeurpuls of Mrs. J. A. Livermore. She will also buy your comb Buster Brows a a talk to the public this week i the ad of the Culbertsoe Cash Store. SSpring La Whiskey, the beet Ia the .ad at the Phoesix Cafe. L. B. Schow. Prop. 4d1 A. D. Paulson of Willistom. presldeat of the new abtract company of Glasgow. wa I- Celbertoa Wednesday. Mrs. Dr. Van Dyke of Waliston has beeu I. Calbertson this week vishing Mrs. C. A. WittUeler...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 October 1910

RED BLACKSMITH SHOP John Deere and Moline Ready made Plow Shares. We make plow shares for any make of plows and guarantee satisfactory work. Water Tanks Made to Order Disc machines and discplowsground on short notice. All kinds of lathe work and engine repairing promptly and correctly done General Blacksmithing and Horse Shoeing OEO. BALFOUR Culbertson, Montana I Palace Saloon I * * SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. SSa.ccers to PIFrak s.Ilo : Imported and Domestic Wines, : Liquors and Cigars. : Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Fishing parties supplied. * 0 0* public is respectfully solicited; : Culbertson. . . Montana : :**************************************: *r..!OO!.O ... O!" OO.".! O!!".!".!OOOOO..!..eeeeeeeeeOO OOee O !w " The New Store1 . S S * . New Glood. Loet rier * * Te BROw oPA , tIcl. i S 5 * 0 S · * 0 5 3 -· HBROOKS C OMPaN, Inc... 3n , Culbertson, Montana Z [deller Lake Items Oct. as, 19so The Scribe after several weeks of ilas is able to move around slowly. ...

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

ii~P i ii ,. .... .. . . rr _OL. Mbt NO iRl ..... COUNTY. FRB VOL IX. NO 29. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONPNA, FRID4Y, NOVEMBER I. _9___ _ .oo PER YEAR ,,.,,- , . . . - . . .+. . . . . . . . . . . . ... . . . . - Stat.. Library KODAKS We have just received a new supply of Kodaks. Prices from $2.00 up. The new Post Card size, folding pocket, sells for $10.00. (et one now. THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. Iiuxsol, Prop. _.......ee·eeeeOeeeeee·e@Oeeeeee.O...... - Valley Meat Market .1 0 Reopened Everything New and Fresh. : Finest new cooling room in the r state. We will keep the best line of beef, pork, veal, mutton, poultry, * fish, etc. to be had anywhere. We * respectfully ask a share of your patronage. Telephone 34 - Jacobs & Markle : Culbertson, - Montana.: t****S*S****S***.SS*S***S*S*S.**S**SS**S CALL FOR o White's Old Style Beer .IT'S BETTER THAT'S WHY : Watch for the reasons 2 Any saloon keeper can furnish j this beer to you at $5.50 per case 3 $1.00 rebate for empty when re turn...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 November 1910

The Searchlight. Entered May as. Iros. as Semed-ClassI latter. Postemie at Colbertson, Mont., Under Act of Congres of March 9. l879 FRANK S REED. Eoitor and Proprietor. Terms-io advance. per year........$ on Advertising Rates, very reasonable. will be furnished o2 application at this office. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Judge Edwin Keyra Cheadle of Lewistown, Mont., candidate for chief Justice in Montana, was in Cu,bertson last I rday and made the Searchlight a call. Mr. Cheadle was judge of the Tenth Judicial Disirict when Valley County was embraced in that District some ten or eleven yewls ago, before the Twelfth Judicial District was creat ed, and used to hold court at Glas gow. He is a life-long Republi can, although by the law passed at the last legisleture, all judicial offices were placed on a nonpartis an basis, so his name will appear with the other candidates on the official ballot tinder the head of judicial candidates. The Judge is an upright, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 November 1910

Aha PIeryn's Query 3r EMMA JL. 3WEN aolb.l . MNl b, r. Mmod, iot " M,li. Prom Ama Peulsupe-mat Poay. for shob-irl a leam, ritged hand at a ser t enoestral portraits ea the waL *b " ase said, straly, "aere the pggIS on whom ou are detre adl to bhrieg a pablie smandal. Ayr that. It was not the Sat time In my es prlanoe that Aunt Penny had brought me beore this court of the past, that hung I the upper hbaL I had broken my ngagement, one Aunt Peasy had planned and exested for ma, and with the wedding day but a week of. Per forty-odd years Aut Penny had worshiped at the abrine of family as It was-pietured here. Pr Instructlan, correction or reproof, she had always brought me to face these hadows ton their atrocios frames. To her they refleted the glorious and honorable past of the family of Penrya. To me they reemed a quaat, halfgiddy array of men and women who, fa their day and time, had believed ttemselve unworldly and correct. Some of the women wore momnstrous boopekirt.s, some of 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. — 4 November 1910

PRANK S. RNEE, Pt. mOSaSRTOm. * * IMONTANA .. ... I I EPITOME OF EVENTS PARAGRAPHS THAT PERTAIN TO MANY SUBJECTS. ARE BRIEF BUT INTERESTIll Brief Mention of What Is Transpiring ia V:-ious Sections of Our Owm and Foreign Countries. Washlngte. " With those national currency asso ciations already formed and those In process of formation, ofcials of the treasury department believe the financial centers of the country are amply protected against financial ptringency. Eleven cities already have formed associations and four more are about to do so. Tariffs filed by several western and northwestern railroads with the Inter state commerce commission, making advances of freight rates on grain and grain products from the middle west to eastern destinations have been suspended by the commission pending an inquiry Into their reason ableness. All of the tariffs are sus pended until March 1. At a meeting of the board of trus tees of the postal savings system It was practically decided to summon to...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 November 1910

LI : * -~ ~uM t* . btme bs - U *Ci be psLsM *M a. -fee !-N gm re asJ ,e tlightr U.tw 1attor W~k j. 'jg tighb t .yw l ae ther gfsa * b.· r iaitmus i a. s. W-k d a - phith that a Oaa, it Rias apodmwUy. OMy "igh eta Ma U- m.rsas4r7~ri Is~ to ICau' wf srb Yo mlo YI si w u f. w t at rYaL m a order -r Yo ·alr ~ýa + am 4 rOF." Nth taw pf t i rrrt LtS sae.'" L~r~ r dr. And ladle. doh TU bet I coul kbee a faJi ry mo~r A to ýrr "rd hae her look after m touring f~W~eeemamin~ Preserving mediocttty 1i much mors reapeetWe, ead nespeakably more useful than taeated Inonulstemcy. Dr. Hamlton. AFFER SUlFFERING ONE YEAR cwadby Lgydia LPlke huuhslicgeqtabhCompouad feeomab a'a if labti mý bas ma" - O=u8 to fs the tho u.r ba-i I Don' Pa~oasc utg t doctors and SQC 3 & iis O b a t u m IoCr - tt. n L h. DOM ouwn therm Sy r toe atr the I1I·Q~' ca aan I asses aft er an no mea Don'tf P utiet~ y+m B iaa 4 1b" S MmI" Dome so-, Im ~ 1=I---C~I S uain . aUM caWOOD * .. m t MI eW . salor ` m Qer nol -muen p SYNO...

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

Snitting Party Period is Now a Thing of the Past. Modern Methods of Manufacture Have Robbed Pennsylvanla Farmers of Delightful Frolics Held In the Fall. Garfield, Pa.-During September and October of each year all roads in Perks county lead to the cider and apple butter mills, for this is the sea son when everybody has more ap ples that he needs for winter use. There is no farming community in Perks county today that does not have its community cider mill, where farm ers can take their apples In the morn ing and return with the cider a few hours later, but there are only two or three places in this great agri cultural county where the farmer can so speedily turn his fruit into nice. fresh apple buttbr. Marvelous as it appears to grand mother, who used to sit in the old farmhouse kitchen with her little Bar low knife, peeling the rinds off the red cheeked apples. paring them next morning in the barrel-sized copper kettle to be cooked into apple butter. It still appears more marvelous ...

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