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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 December 1910

Only a Few Da ys More of the, "fILL AND FACTORY" LOOM END SALE AT CULBERTSON CASH STORE These last few days will be especially interesting to the people wanting warm Cloth ing, Bedding and Footwear as all odd and short lots will be placed in bins to clean them up and the prices will be cut again below the sale ,prices. You cannot afford to miss this. Come and supply your wants. Owing to the condition of the weather the first days of our Great We are making this one of the greatest money saving sales on Mill and Factory Loosy End Sale, and it being impossible for people record. It has surpassed all former efforts in bargain giving. from across the river to get in, we have decided to continue this Great Therefore we shall expect to see you at our store many times during LAS ST E Sale to days longer and give all those who were unable to attend a this Mill and Factory Loom End yale, so walk an, ride in,- blow in, CULBERTSON A chance to get in. We have bargains galore awaiting you it thi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 December 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 Morse Shoeing GEO. BALFOUR Culbertson, Montana ,**************************************: : Palace Saloon : * SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. 4 * c..u..eers to Freak Steph... 0 *0 : Imported and Domestic Wines, : * * Liquors and Cigars. " " Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Fishing parties supplied. * * " " " 6 * A purtuon of the trade of the 6 " public is respe.tfully solicited * I j Culbertson, . . Montana ; ......**********************************Sq *SeSOSS@OSSOeg@g****S*S*egOOO*O**e*e*e***O@Oee***********O@* * 6 * 6 The New Store * I I New Goods. Lowest Prices. * We keep everything in the I Grocery Line in Fancy and Staple Goods * ! In this line as well as oth...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 December 1910

VO. X RD. f35.CUIlRTON, VALLEY COUNTY; ANA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16. gia s.. P3YA CHRI fSTMAS WILL SOON BE HERE aed weasrsw .dyto .a * our Holiday Line We always aim to carry a Hood Line of CHRISTMAS OIFTS but this year It is moreonaw si~t.theu ever. Buy early while stoc Is compWlete.W. will store goods tl Christmas THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Sealshipt straight from the Oyster;Beds Oysters Under Seal Sealahipt Oysters are shipped direct to us in air-tight, germ proof contasners. These contaitners are packed solid with oys ters at the apaside and sealed. The ice goes round the outside of the container-not a drop of water cap get in. The seal re mains unbroken until the oysters reach our store. They are oysters at their best. If you ont to know the flavor of the real sea oysters,-eome into our store; take a pint of Sealshipts home with you. While in the store also ask for a copy of our free book "Mark Twain's Oyster Story " It contains many fine short recip...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 December 1910

The Sarchllght satere May :.. zgos, as Second- Cls Mtagsr. Poete$ee a: Colbertson Moat.. Uadsr AeaatComrC S of March 9. tzSy. FRAN S. REGD. Edletr and Proprietr. Terms-ta ad ance. per year ........ so Adderdeing Ratee. very reashabh, wl be faraiehed os applecatdos at this oce. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. THE EAGLE SALOON P CHAS. JARVIS, Prop. Imported and Domestic Wines LIQUORS and CIGARS Pure Liquors for Family use a Specialty Culbertson, Montana - - - r -rnaramarma ITRY THE HOME BAKERY! C' C* JUST OPENED IN 0( * MITTON'S OLD STAND 0 * 0* A FIRST-CLASS UP-TO-DATE RESTAURANT * * *i *Cla connection * * *i * SUNDAY DINNERS A SPECIALTY * * * Dinner from 12:30 to 2:30 p. m. * * *l * Come and bring your family * * * YOURS TRULY, C C *" * : A. R. Mitton, - - Prop. " CITY DRAY LINE G. A. JAN8S. PROP. Dray ln Done on Short Notice at Reasonable Prices. Phone No. 144 OULBERTSON. (DONTANA Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 28.000 Dollars Invites aso...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 December 1910

Miii Yetha imades Cswias Ve teg g*Te A"*** **** gathe. Prsesa er as Loes ?b - Yes et Os Oess t Ose Year Aoet * Mer. TiOee - -N Nw Tea l j"t es T . 6 11s: U * A 1oaf 1esets at ,y as seean men o tea n eearts ahe 3rno 3W ht~sole Weehesechuitt is Juvenile desntee nd te study of the Juveal e dellaseat as tohe result tat hi Aea Phases as a meea, secoees a the i drewl court ianihulor , cunetacia0 which the Melal Reond ses: "In result the (astlab shmeat of chfldreas courts houald sa re oa n telileat study b t the oaies" delIo - quent.: The boy erridinalGlers radio ally froes the girl fEsuler. Youthful offenaders dfter frem adults. The chl drma also dfear, as to the relative fre qo cy ir obhsest, according as theyi dwell in aegucultural. manufacturing or commercial communities. 'ft that city (Munsich) the chil dorn's court takes cognisance of all offenders between the sams of thir teen and eighteenl inclusive. The lad or girl of healthy stock must at this period he regarded as potentially a ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 December 1910

. -1 P*OilS bUUU16N, M ONTAN A 1111 M N ou s EVENTS OF THE DAY HELD TO A FEW LINES. a p OA'S EVENTS BOILED 01N Personal, Political, Foreign and Other a lntelllgSneS lteresting to the General Reader. Washington. The Immigration commission fo vors mre rigid tests for the admie sioa at foreigners to the United 8tates. The United States supreme court e held that the dismissal of counts A against F. Augustus Beinse was too hasty. Jack Abernathy. United States mar shal for Oklahoma, an appointee of Preeldent Roosevelt, cam& to Wash lngton and handed his resignation to Attorney General Wickersham. Charges have been preferred against the marshal, the nature at whik could not be learned. President Taft's recommendation In his annual message to congress rela I tive to the guaranteeing of through a cotton bills of lading has stirred up a furore among the cotton interests ot the south. They assert that the presidents suggested plan would re I sult In a heavy tax upon this Indus. I try. Gene...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 December 1910

One pfT en al.ented Wem is arherhntadthe Otera sar~ ~ wh U,* tjW Ble n TS h EMI Twod amos grear mote rsae Magashedvialerset tis cnstrain Santst hs alae ai h ý ýe Alndohsis Mandte.8an rlharan ha~t te thr s ilsTerr. ot hoprlsibtorie m tayb e e TWO WORLD FAMED ORANNIES One oa Theaes Talenaed w oman IS Sarah Sarnbardt and the Other Ellen Terry. Two famous gamdmotheus are die Uanguihed visitors of this ocuntry. Rt tarrng to thes talented wodres The Rochester Post Uzsress sas: "Ore th the grandmothers is Mmta. Banek Daer baudt; the other is Elaen Terry. Both aotreaaa have reached an sao when it Is permisblbe to retire from setto life; hut the wtench actress is laid to be as energetic as a woman half her Mge, while drlen Trray Is declared to be as young as ever she was is the Pialby days when ate and Hoary Mrw ruled the theatrical world of ten land. iees Terry has retired from the stage so far as acting Is conoerned, and has taken to lecturing on thakee pear. heroines. And who could do bet...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 December 1910

UaSNWH RELPS HIS LUTHER His 3s`a Call Him the -seeral Ad. wiser Without Pay"-He is Partial to None.. When a man loves to live he usual* ly asn go 'mosg men who care little whether they live or not and do good. Such a man is Augustus S. Vaughan. immaculate of dress and of heart ven erable in years and usefulness, whom one may see almost any day either on Boston Common or at the Young Men's Christian Union. His specialty is helping his fallen and discouraged brother, whether he be a cigarette smoking boy or a raum sodden and disheartened derelict of a man. His creed Is cheerfulness and his passion is books. Often one may see him, tall and straight, faultlessly attired in a frock coat, with his flowing white beard and his long and carefully trimmed white locks, standing with or sitting beside some ragged and unkempt victim of circumstances whohias sought the only place where the police will not tell him to move on, the Common, and then one is sure to be struck by the contrast. Many a m...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 December 1910

7wti1. ONLY SEVEN MORE SHOPPING DAYS BEFORE "WEY otf # U. .Tom~o M ý9 Y ac E t a n t it l a U~lss PECKEW GIDVE. LIKE-agga BG And how about some of these things for your lady friend: = L = Ladies' fine handkerchiefs, lOc, 15c, 18c and 25c Belts from 25c to $1.50 Oloves and Mittens from 35c to $1.75 Silk waists, silk petticoats, fine skirts and suits, or even a Ti CE fur-lined coat or fur scarf and muff would be an acceptable Christmas present .,.. ________._ Buying Jewelry here isn't so much of a tax on one's pocket-book as in an wha RISTMAS exclusive jewelry store. We sell the right kind of goods in this line at the CHARISTMAS ss at right prices. Our jewelry line contains any number of articles suitable for msas time that we turn from selfshness and try to Christmas presents such as: make others happy. And how this brings happiness unto youseles Nave you not somonoe to whom Children's rings, ladies' rings, gentlemen's rings, scarf pins, 0ent be? Use uI thingis. Men like to fiet e Eo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 December 1910

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 (lEO. BALFOUR Culbertson, Montana Palace Saloon a " SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. " g Imported and Domestic Wines, : * * Liquors and Cigars. " * " * * : Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and : Fishing parties supplied. * * * * * 0 " A portis of the trade of the " peblic is rempectfully solicited * *na I Culbertson. . . Montana : Seeen u*******n eSe SThe New Store I. * 0 * 0 I 0 "0 : New Goods. Lowest Prices. 0 * We keep everything in the 0 Grocery Line in Fancy and Staple Goods S In this line as well as others, we want your Business. Canned Goods in the very best qualities, in everything, Monogram and Un- * Iversity Our Leaders. Chase & Sanborn's teas and coffees ar...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 December 1910

! .3 Vie c0*t NA FIDYDECMBR 3.19a o P V(A- 11- NO- A 1 'Z '"f Sate tibras y WILL SOON BE H1.c`L sad weare ray to esbw oer Holiday Line We always aim to carry a dood Lme of CHRISTMAS OIFTS but this year It Is moreceom Splate Ma ever. Buy early wleM stock is W6 wlH store goods till Christmas THE VALLEY DRUG CO W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Sealshipt s traiht from the Oyster Beds Oysters Under Seal Seslshipt Oysters are shipped direct to us in air-tight, germ proof contamners. These containers are packed solid with oys ters at the maside and sealed. The ice goes round the outside of the containmer-not a drop of water can get in. The seal re mains unbroken until the oysters reach our store. They are oysters at their best. If you want to know the flavor of the real sea oysters, come Sirto or store; tak. ...M g of Seatshlpts home with yoa. While in the store also ask for a copy of our free book "Mark Twain's Oyster Story." It contains many fine short recipes. Telephone 34 Jacobs ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 December 1910

NEW TOWNSllIP Msltldm Lake Township Organ indi sa Offcrs Appeldted At the edseat meeting of the County Commtsioneres o Glasgow a petition for H creatinga new political township to be known as "Medicine Lake Township." w's preseted, and finding that same contained 't the reqaired number of names, sime was on motion granted and the boundaries fixed I to conform to those of Medicine Lake and N Froid voting precincts and the following township officers appointed: John Dailey. I justice of the peace; J. O. Baker. justice of e the peace; Samuel Bickey. constable; James W. Purvis. constable. G. H. Adams was appointed to care for the county poor, with the understanding that he make arrangements for care to be taken of the sick who cannot be taken to the poor farm, in the east and west ends of the county. The petition of Walter Waller for saloon license at Homestead was denied. Petition for jail at Plentywood was granted and clerk instructed to advertise for bids to be received at the March ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 December 1910

&i*'i mwaeIr 49 a U.is vIA b.mflam. aeall&w wig at , g" 80 I t ItLai tI ?f ws mw gea wlti fg s Juwu.l alert .... .s lm / .' ..a limge .(J eib .1. 1tate ,M m tI '7w A As ft" ws th emem-i dl rrlr d as of an A s stars ·Inri c t a n r 1' t a Laal is all 6k r rr6N wit L. ui " t a mM 1 s Sessla of jasw1-8sm A ~ ~~:t' a&I a~ T tie+w tied earn! WIgfes u d As Lv m iA tm ji I t ie es int "rb· T tL· of · rr ' a-i limil wi t ~ l br wl · 111`W.A ft. 'I. ( 3M *D. La W Wbut D" Nosh A oalled me to her dy be ton yesterday and sod she wanted m to help her do She had a pp at peer ell In be haa that was about a Inch lag sad boaod as If he bad ohewesd It to sharpen it, an she had a lot ofd otes hads on th back at a bill from the Hear, she said. I am pased, to sth to kao what to gs youropar md w Unkel WlWam for ChrIsmm. I Io wish you would Mad of pump them sad Ne what theb would Ie to havy sad tho tell m, without t5iing It away to them what you are trying to Rad out. A right. ma, I told har, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 December 1910

FROM MANY POINTS EVitNT OF THE DAY HELD TO A FEW LINE. OATS EVENTS OILED D001 Psmonal, P rieal, Foreign and Oth. latellgene Intreting to the nerl Rader. Waeshngto,. An appropriation for the Missouri iver may be inserted in the river and haero bill when it goes to the sen The legislative, executive and Judi aeit appropriation bill was cut to $35.6 235.!3! by the house committee which reported it to the house. Several state democratic delega tione have indorsed Champ Clark of Missouri for the speakership of the next house and his friends now claim his nomination will be unanimous. The name of George A. Foster, of Perry, Ok., was presented to the pre* Ident with the recommendation of Representative Magulre of Oklahoma, for the United States marshalship made vacant by the resignation of Jack Abernathy. If the republican leaders in the house carry out their present plan of re-apportionment Nebraska will only have Ave members in the house in stead of six as at present. The plan is to incr...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 December 1910

Ma rn-rn - urg* AAA m. allows" 16004 Stepelnoeki of Mint Julp. osaoe and poetry uave delighted to weave garlands with whitah to el brate and perpetuatthe glsry o fthef blue ~as tIn ,lo eastuky, tfamed for its ise horas, beautiful women and mint. Kentucky has been mdsigated as tho bome of the mint uletp, and its coloaels have become namoaus al oe the world for the easy and rhetual way in whIch they drgnk whiskr with a little dash of esgar and a spri or two of mint In order. ehiely to ove. come the necessity ftr a large amount of water in the beverage. Th true Kentuckian doen't want his whisky drowned. It transpires, however, that the real home of the mint and the mint Jilep Is right here in Missourt, whose orop of mint last year amounted to I_.9S pounds, or enough to make 13.34.329 Juleps. This amount includes the mar keted product only, no account having been taken of the countless thousands of Juleps which were compounded dur alg the year with a base of the undi luted moonshine whi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 December 1910

DIAL >STORY~L [TheCourageof Captain Plum wawoo IURWOOz 4 t confrot ned by obbaderr Price. an SYNOPSIS. (a.Nathaalel Plum. of the sloop thoon, lands secretly on Beaver island, onshok of the Mormons. He Is eud denly confronted by Obadiah Price, n eccentric old man and a member of the Mormoa councl. who tells him that he Is expected. Price Ignores Nat's protesta tlons that he has got the wrong man. and bargmaln for the ammunition aboard the oop. He binds Nat by a solemn oath to dehver a package to Franklin Pierce. Sdent of the United States. Near 's cabin Nat sees the frightened face et a young woman who disappears In the akness, leavitng an odor of lilacs. It develo that Plum's visit to the Island . to dlemand settlement from the king. SIrang. for the looting of his ship some time prvlously. supposedly by Mormons. Casey. the mat has been left In lehare of the Jsoop with orders to bombard bt. Ames It Nat does not return within a certaln le Price takes Nat In the darkes. to the klng'...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 December 1910

'T Q ONLY ONE MORE SHOPPING DAY BEFORE M" 0aaf n s M r15 UfCHRISTMASS v Ti. NINW UKE- IW HAV . R OtIG ' And how about some of these things for your lady friend: Ladies' fine handkerchiefs, 10c, 15c, 1& and 25c Belts from 25c to $1.50 Gloves and Mittens from 35c to $1.75 Silk waists, silk petticoats, fine skirts and suits, or even a Scfur-lined coat or fur scarf and muff would be an acceptable Christmas present .-,,,----------- Buying Jewelry here isn't so much of a tax on one's pocket-book as in an CHRISTI AS! "toytveryd e exclusive jewelry store. We sell the right kind of goods in this line at the CHRISTMAS brl 'Tl ltCbrist- right prices. Our jewelry line contains any number of articles suitable for mas time that we turn from selishness and try to Christmas presents such as: make others happy. And how this brings happiness unto ourselves! Iave you not someone to whom Children's rings, ladies' rings, gentlemen's rings, scarf pins, you wish to give a present? What shall your pres...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 December 1910

ate.im. at am Opma giar Dec. . will be ibm aoe septio. As WtIw,. wis muem Caoemmy . a sl r cwarsair. It is s Ie leW y pliate ewt situaticm as 18 bm -st bind playoer ..t s iVSld up sad takes modes. mad be- F iase.da med ace is 6aisra be falls is Me mwli m rest atd lasgbs as bl rtily as a im pemmamr. Darlg the acimkes al it plm sms dver muscalal ambers will be a imagdmad ad the mmvmioq's mmttaiasmt is gmolhd to bem reseas. as t is witty. You MLat Remd This i You Wart1 the Bealt J. W. .ar, Gronmewood. La, userlmd wih t eavesr case of lambmgo "The gpida e itames I was forced to b. p smta l i.metloms for relief. These t~M uarted with a paia the small of my ' wMb gradeally became fairly peamlyhg. My astsatios was attracted s nad'p i dMasy Remedy mad I am glad to say a.tr salg this womderful medicie I M a ledger botheemd ioa ny way by my el. nmmy lumbego." Sold by all IThe qucer a cold as pgates rid of bthe ie the dnager from paeumomia sad othr snohsm diseses. Mr. B. W. .. Hall, of Waverly...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 December 1910

VOL. Ix. NO. 37. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY. M - A. FRIDAY. DECEMBER ;o. igro $.0o P WE WISH ALL OUR PATRONS A Nappd a h Schaptwma New jtar THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Sealshipt Straight from the Oyster Beds Oysters Undei Seal Sealshipt Oysters are shipped direct to us in air-tight, germ proof containers. These containers are packed solid with oys ters at the seaside and sealed. The ice goes round the outside of the container-not a drop of water can get in. The seat re mains un 3roken until the oysters r' ach our store. They are. oysters at their best. If you want to know the flavor-of uteireit sea evaters, comer, into cur store; take a pint of Sealshipts -home with you. While io the store also ask for a copy of our free book "Mark Twain's Oyster Story " It contains many line short recipes. Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. CALL FOR White's Old Style Beer I IT'S BETTER TBAT'S WHY Y . *' : Watch for the reasons ( Any saloon keeper can furnish this...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 December 1910

Tbs pt. s t of the Greet Uuubg salwai. la smafaug as artistic r pnadg sto smea of its friends. Is astefs eft a little booklet. sad rouning a is the following poem. "A Friend or Two:" A FRIEND OR TWO Then's all of pleasure and all of peace Is a friend or two; And all yea troubles may fad release With a friemd or two. It's is the grip of the clasping hand On sative mail or in aliem land. Bet thi wordi is made-do you understand? Of a friend or two. A song to siag and a crust to share With a friend or two; A saile to give and a grief to bear With a friend or two; A road to walk and a goal to win, An inglenook to find comfort in. The gladdest hours that we know, begin With a friend or two. A little laughter; perhaps some tears, With a friend or two: The days. the weeks, and the months sad Yats With a friend or two; A vale to crams and a hill to climb. A mock age sad a jeer at time The prose of life takes the lilt of rhyme With a friend or two. The brother-soul and the brother-neart Of a ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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