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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 December 1910

3a oWe ten Ces he - Nieeaber 1t. Ts ohtu e M n S-'age o Ostnt Toleeu, the tkseesIeI. watoin by Toletd kw bees reeived. It s e titled "Ientive Aels' end we s wrltos by 1t¶etal In the Optiba momeetmy, November 1U, sbrtly ant. be h began his sMil-ampossd eaile from home. The article was gives sot by N. Ihebmakhot at the esxres wish of Count 'Ntsing for dfseemin5s ion to mankind. It seays: 9- a satutaflar aiees to do al I can against evil. which tortures the best spirits at our tim. "I think the asrsent efsotive war ugalset ospital peslahment does not nsed foeeng; there Is no need for an expreslos at indignation against Its immorality, rnmelty and absurdity every insrea thinking persos, every body knowing from youth the sixth aoummesmest, needs no szpbaatlon of its abeardity eand Immorality; thre is so seed for descriptions of the herrlms of executions, as they only affet hangmen., so men will more unwillingly become execution -e and geameats will be obliged to compensate them more dear...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 December 1910

msa iman. -r FuTilE OF EVENTS OUNERAL NEWS AND NOTES PRESH FROM THE WIRE. TIE STIRN II A NUTSHELL Embracing a Condensatien of Events In Whik Reodems GeOerally Are More or Lees Ceoerned. Washingtoi.. The election on the adoption or re beetles of the constitution for Arisona prebably will be held by January 15. 1111, sand i adopted may be In the heads at the president and congress for approval before the end of the present sestion. The calendar year 1910 is going to be the banner one for the world's in tersational trade, according to the bu reau of statistics. Statistics from practically every country show that both Imports and exports are consid erably greater than in 1909. The report of the Ballinger.Plnchot Investigation is still slumbering in the bouse committee on agriculture. Min ority members of the investigating committee are threatening to demand a report from the committee on agri culture so that a vote on the merits of majority and minority views might be chained in the hou...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 December 1910

-*t a~ Nods so-ta WmI g~h W Mas ofs a M Z Mr soot I. Tu. V16 m* r v lit ftsus º bk , " ugbs2Sum i eM M OS. liLq w o IwSo SusIi~ubs T'rI g 0 4L-amowtw. a.. 4ar1 ' Iws mot 0!ol-01Pw ITo amLok"~ You-tiea, CIsassd 1w m In i x ý Ii man~imia ino INS Wp-ur w n IAw%d-sm k~ Why Runt aFirmt ge-se besu eewe~ * f be a S... 5. ~" _m ai"f she sggmi Riske da rIdlme - ~ e w VUkmwW .t WUs~w.4. " Il Gere" 9ssli.. of H ss UShowi an PeUnao, Oan Wh,irww, Itar. This hoeae in plames for the fez.. or or vigoages of moderate uesas, who wers to beep teo or two fabaelse sedas at fouls. heaM a house with r -ugs eagueMF be deired, the eiM Im coult be made langer. The fsemistios wal lat of aseretO, IS tlus Mgh. It stea s temtafhe. below the surtaee st the groualwbeer it in eight lathes tik sad eght ieahes above the around, whore it is *s tI"ee aick. Is adsag the eom rete are part ot seaest was used to is paris of sad. The eoar is lixa4 feet, mad contalas Tao square fset t spamos. divided tote two equal poas. If ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 December 1910

4AL TONYC t t t The Courage of Captain Plum By JAMES OUVER CURWOOD Am1416me1 by Mam C. estowr (Cspfrtkt Ih0 by iiobotstlerrail tl.) 13 SYNOPSIS. Capt. Nathaniel Plum, of the sloop Typhoon, lands secretly on Beaver island. rronghold of the Mormons. It. is sud gnly confronted by Obadiah Price. an eccentric old man and a member of the Mormon council, who tells him that he is (loss that he has lgot the wr~aeong mant, and bargains for the ammunition aboard the soop He binds Nat by a aolemn oath to deliver a package to Franklin Pierce. dent of the United States. Near pl'a cabin Nat sear the frightened face of a young woman who disappears in the darkness, leaving an odor of lilacs. It develop. that Plume visit to the Island ae to demand eettlement from the king. Casey. the mate, has been left In charr of the sloo . with order to bombard St. James if Nat does not return within a certain time. Price takes Nat In the darkness, to the king's home, and hle a window he mess the king and hi ieamo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 December 1910

Wipimaleseed. Up ta ae * ee a a be i hisna e snmb as dpms ma I ad gima ?m shi bsas teapm shm*i etled ta bestd at sppseast a"d i a tbines ammes wasbmesthe down so pally ian baely t mmmed m1t saw tie oltewnt saw bm dalb. _ t is uaessesod IbM udva' Ors wM m ea t te victor. Wat AdamMam aear fatase. Tim gso aarv wnasastlag m br a twees Goach sad BDaney did not take p *s was sobeduled es account of Dasubays som.ppearmaca Is its steed Watsy and Olosm. two yong local lads. -ngaged is s easciting 4-round contest ebleh was declared a draw. Yon Must Rtmd This if Yau Want th Benefit J. W. Greer. Greeawood. La.. awlered with a severe case of lumbago. "The pals were so latease I was forced to by psdraic Ianjectdoes for relief. These attacks started with a palm Ia the small of my back which gradually became fairly paralysing. My atteuto was attracted to Felsy Kidney Remedy and I am glad tonay after using this wonderful medicine I an a. loager bothered in any way by my old enemy lumbago." Sold by a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 December 1910

'" R '_^ Dec. s. ag1o. C bhg Searchlght a happy was a glao of has L. D. at Chram disser. k,*sges yb r setChreis homs. me. hebassa api Cibu s u .sad son r bea, rl m.. Comms es. of Caoen smsea. Maseat Mr. mad Mrs. L. D. swakm CbhIchssw ts. sMt V..M. 3ib .. eUesd..ase ia sq spaigbbehlye with wee tleies lteMirs at Lakeshie. Dr.wa Mis. Draskm mspst Chriamas as Aihoe of Wax. ho at Bsamsille. Mrs On a* s 3w lps sieeae are uisters. sN . . S ld Mealier. sear Labes ,l.din ue..s relaives sad fri.ada musiftledsw a kiw days of the holiday weds. Ut. and Mrs. Joha Marks, who are spyq ft as weszr sear Lakeside, are eastaie)lstlg a trip~o Casada Ia the sear V46 Seutsehas. af the Labkside hleva ser. Mr goals Pals bMyer. is spsadiag a part od the holiday week with his family at Raterpris, blest. The eM l ad at she possece emre were kadly semenbseed with good books. sta. dseasry. eta and many beadtifel sad sees elI praseet.. for which they were ladead pskLob A. oyster sapper sad social will ae held at ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 January 1911

!. , L w o- at L L no. . CUL O ALiT.: LCA, FRID1AY, JANUARY 6. ayt-. 6.o 0 - P It AI - . ,. . '. .., - "- - - tE X A LL .Shoulder B.ae'es for Men, Women ana ,* Children ONLY $I.oe at TIIEWALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Sealshipt straight from the oyster Beod Oysters ~a.r sea S.alshipt Oysters are shipped direct to us in air-tight, germ proof container.. These contairers are packed solid with oys ters at the sasMad a sealed. The ice goes round the outsiMe of the coalsiner-not a drop of water can get in. The seal re malis unbroken until the Oesters reach our store. They are cyaters at their baes. U yes wast so know the lavor of the real sea Osters, come in e also w as cope our Iree y'1or ' k11r'ai Oyster Slo0)." It contains many fne short recipes. T.lploe. 34 Jacobl & Markle, Prop. CALL FOR i White's Old Style Beer SIT'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 t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 January 1911

"1Sea May as. sgoe. as Seo.d-Cl. a MEter. Po ees a Ca.berams. Most.. Uadr Act ao Cnre of March 9. 1 19 FRANK S. RED. Editdor aad Propretor aerm- ad ce. per year........ s Adveais Raes. very reasonable wll be lfratled os appl.ation at this office TIE FIRST REIDBLICAN PAPER STAITES IN VALLEY CO. MONT. Chasaes were made in the officers at the eart honme i GGlaWw on Jan. ad as fol own: James R. Seaphesa stepped intothe Sberia' oane to replace S. C. Small. John Harley teak charge an comnty attorney in place l TheN. Dignaa and Mim Flo Sims sahk charge f1 the Sperinteadentl' office is plce of d Mi Lilliae Harris. J. C Duae ca, who wa elected county treasurer. will aot take charge of that office until March: . 911t When Lyman Barnes. th prueet couats treasurer, steps out of office March 1t,. the last democratic official in the ceunty will be eliminated and the coun ty olces will all be Alled by tried and true repebllcas. There are some who withhold trom the local publisher the Sa oo that hi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 January 1911

SERIAL STORY i CUMWOO Canpt. tr P&m aw d kg e $ h eb b . U m n els enze ebi Ignores Nat e a le that he he c w the g m-a iat h !17 wi eet James at doe sot return within a artals P6toe takes Net la tlhe wdarknew4 the hlg e home. ed Uth wie. Plum sal. at the khInga o1 lee. whedre e w tanlr b ar reu womern t hat e In dapenr. Utra roedv t Pludm Wnre o. Wrfm ladig-w ancer and proIses tse punma thMseuI. Plum agalatinr ree o w jo gilow. Ho sast. M r ro 4tllrs h. at. toppNe ha an caid Itr two Ma. m and eli e th omth lvphoo Plumn prevnt her. broth from netn . tMer Pu tua Pln: r:mUg l ~ ma fl. ce APT n ve I the ete . Nat meet. Marioand tell. her t Nell has heard and MarigI tell, him ble. sh pl I prevent her brother from returning. l. Plum find. Prtce raving Mmedr. n CHAPTER VII.-Contluasd. A shudder ram through the cov. tllor's trame, as It the vToe. had start. led him. his arms and body stilened and slowly he lifted his head. Na. thanle. tried to stfle the ery mn his lips, tried to smile-...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 January 1911

SEARCHLIGHT FPRANK . REED, Pu . NgERT'l1g, MONTANA. EPIOME OF EVIETS PARAGRAPHS THAT PERTAIN TO MANY SUBJECTS. IRE SHORT BUT INTERESTIE6 Brief Mention of What Is Transpirlng iL Various Sections of Our Own and Foreign Countries. Washington. Arrangement between the state de partment and the Mexican emtassy has been concluded for the construc tion of a dam and levee on the low er Colorado river ln Imperial valley. A marked falling off in the importa tions of manufacturers' materials Is indicated by the November report Just completed by the bureau of sta tistis, department of comtmerce and labor. After months of persistent refusal on the ground of Interference with contracts with pt:bllshers, Captain Robert I. Peary has promised to fur nlsh congress the proofs on which he relies to show that he discovered the north pole. The sale of articles ae.umulated in the division of dead letters of the postole department in the last few days embraced 7.391 articles, aggre gating $93,84.80, or an a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 January 1911

llr tb. - wl l'i l wow - .. whet ths ei r. 1 .irL Idea the atone t doctors tre Ii s wke eas eamume mad I sao t * lerth duster iwht tonme.id & i ea km . I t ered ine r .ad t w swa. r th doctor selu al" dme s tv r ba dr pue I ws r dimpe-oo d that I had l'. Shope wh ma ahisra tol Id toe tor it and bepa an ae at e sad after taki.g ams beteI wasu empltal. cr d,4 a ert -re *o l of i~ab . is eaer two Jes. I hamw so mesh e6bdrae Swam.. Rest that I sear fail to mc ommmd it t wy frisms who ma k a idv e trMeuh de y hind. I fed ataikthat Dr. I mer'. BwapBRoot savil " ife, why hoi d i ato dre isnwiso St Ithma whv tabke Iis time. You are at berty to r this tsiimsy i at , time. 3M ý W AENRY. m ehaeA er Ave. n appeared bofaro ms, a Notary oW thil O; day oJ lo o . Do poa, worms withm s for ai Nty stat, Mr. da eary who maaribed the above statamet sad made oath that the -m is trne. HBER 0. EMRY, S Notary Pablie. Ilre what wo We D. or Ye 8Sd to Dr. Siir& Ce. BLgham. t, N. Y.. for a amp bottle. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 January 1911

KODAKS ph:?:1? aAWnm Am. Fa.s. L. WHinasFurs aPehs 1b ALL a ASEAS F A N S , L i . KODAK al e .- , MEIn SIIPPERS w hp ,sr ~em to the RAlll 0. KNERR DAIRY CO. reso Nortah Dakota Our modera fa.iUtle. and ease. "ut local qarket enable as to pay te blbeot eab price for better /k Wrlteke fmor ipplagtaga FAM6O RUI & HEATIN MOIPAIN "U We do Electro Plating of all kinds. Have or old Aitures re6isbed. Ask about out ctri Lighting.Pbnt for your country ome; cbeaper . dalfr than gas or gaoli-a. s oTWfLL FLORAL CO. Grousea an W& el mro. oo -~ ~'~et bats &. i. OUGHT DIFFERENCE "e madder t'ought I'd be a cap el bdustry." "You missed It. eh " "YTp; I became a major general el ladolmoel" Old Women in Maine. Gray has a quintet of ladis whose age s over ainety years. Mrs. Enoch Merrill' age is inety-nine years aad sieves moaths, while Mrs. Lols B. Small reached her ninety.etghth birth day eo November 6. and both of these lades are bright and active. Mrs. Mary A. Irank was nlnety-sl last Sep...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 January 1911

epldr Sdsms Nes. ?Peple )m.4e .s the da wus a story em t ome p. p · .m andieim dMdast a h r" the "weftade after ea eheiu a The et day heer doelug them chael was -. ddemd by the pesses of Mis PhBe Ceeer. t Ferry Hal school. and Mmeads Campbell, of Sat. Agracultural at Mite McLeod' little people did them NNe pead. Mr. Bere. a .acher of North Dahota. was es ae violetr. The pupis rsemebered their teachere by ging the peresal gifts. With Dorothy Coier as ca.odiaa sad collector the pepils of Mr. Lctra' room premsated their echker with a band-piact ed te servnice-- prerset bemutiful is it self sad douldy appreciaed becaue of the kind spirit is which it was gives. James Walker visied his relatives a Seobey daring vcation. Clara Tiade als weet to her home at Scobe lor the week With a party for every evening this week ademlastiuonaly three weeks oi a few pupils of the eighth grade have so time to msed ia meditatn. Pupils .elber bseet sor tardy. Mrs. Lectra' ruoa: Ruth Parsoe. George Csher. NH...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 6 January 1911

Items. .(Prem he Heralds Mit OGem Cbapma. who has be.. mi y tirk with typhodl fever..,s apidly Thie aws ahold make a ranolation to ha m e bid of i e pretctie dring tem eming vaear. et Dablvyan. the Odlook bauker. spea a oUple of days here daraing the bidays. Emil Diet espects to leave here for Mine . X.D. the frst aI the year for a eiat with friends. X. L Netsoa and J H. Sandvig spent a tasple 1o days taking in the Redstone easatry this week. Rev. C. A. Poose left for Minneapolis veweeday meraln . having received a ate gram that hi wile ia serimenlv sick. Rev Tongrald oralaiaed a church coo pgesaiee - Plastywood creak near Anton Solbergo bomentrd elae Monday. Miss Ladd. who recnatly closed a sc cesal term of sched as Da.neelk. N. D.. mtated hee last M.ed"a to speed the C. A. Weetpbal. we of the pioneer bommateedes of Onalnek was in town y~esneday gaslng ammnsitioa with which tS operam a coal mane sear his place Christema ae enarises were coaodcted by Rew. TaaseM at O. U. Wolfe's pla...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 January 1911

*Fr~~"'- -~~r;- -r,:' I`·T 4' 4 *46 t y. r 'L VO.°X . 3 T ,CO RD A39I VOL IX. 30. .. . - CULUSRTSOX. VALLR COO WIT, SNTANA. FRIDAY. JANUARY '3. '91". vol. ~~~~· _. No 9 .. ,,iTsoV.C~'.: ., . REX ALL Shoulder Braces for Men, Women and Children ONLY $I.oo at TIlE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. IUXSOL, PROP. •- i VALLEY MEAT M.ARET IF YOU HAVE The Standard NEVER TRIED S shipt of Oyster Value Sealshipt CALL AND GET A Oysters PINT TODAY Our hltI ol a))prtci.tltve customer. i. grow in:g di'i. They find Sealshipt O%\ t.rs to t~ more nourirhtig and lRs expenwive than most other food pro.ducts they hv--a pint is enough for an ordinar\ faminil. Wle have an interesting book of r.cipes called "'Mark TesideOyster Storv," wvhch every woman should have as it contains many »as of f".rvoiii this delicious food product. Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. -l-m ra n •IlII .I@@OeeO·eeee@Oee eOOOe@OeOO @@@eOq)O e)O@ CALL FOR . i White's Old Style Beer SIT'S BETTER THAT'S WHY = a Watch for the reasons : Any ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 January 1911

CASH IS KING of our fall and winter stock PRICES RIPPED, SMASHED, RAZZE Men's 65c fleced Underwear, sale price 37c Man's $10 and $12 suits, salei price I64 Men's 35c Wool Hose, sale price " 19c Moo's $28 Silts, Pale prim $I Men's 10c Canvas Gloves, now - - Sc Men's SlDH Over oa.ts, ;. rl c.7. 0 Men's $1.50 Trousers, sale price - 75c Men's $70 Fur Cents, sub price " $1 Men's 50 and 65c Work Shirts, now - 39c L I.IMen's $'0 ln Cea U l .t pslspl.$l3ed4co 9 Men's $1.50 pure Wool Underwear, now 95c ..w $14.75 fMen's so eaterCoats, sale price 98 $20,000 STOCK OF HIGH GRADE WINTER a's$an',@" h m Ladies' 'S3c fleeced Hose, now 19 Yon Malss its, valussn,,nw$ A TERRIBLE SACRIFICE CLOTHING, SHOES and FURNISHINGS A COMMERCIAL FESTVrFY To be distributed into the homes of the people at less than Manufactor's Cost, at public Bona Fide Forced Retail Sale Beginning Saturday, Jan. 21st, 1911 at 9 o'clock a. m. and continuing without stop until Saturday, Feb. 4, lasting 13 days only. By The T. K. Kell...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 January 1911

GREAT GROWTH or TiE t M.C.A. ZAiR7/fAACf O -Off Y. x CA. S IXTY-SIX years ago, is a little upstairs room, used by a dry goods clerk. i Bt. Paul's church parish, Londoa. 12 young men organised a society for the spir Itual improvement of the em ployees of the large dry goods houses of the British metropolis. Today that society, known through out the world as the "Y. M. C. A," has groa.. to a membership of 900. 000; is represented In 15 countries of the world; has over 8,000 separate so cieties; and owns buildlngs and rop erty valued at considerably more than $70,000.000. In North America alone, It has over 3,.000 paid secretaries and employes on its rolls devoting their time to its maintenmace and expanalon. It has branches from the Arctic Circle to the Cape of Good Indian. the Philippines and other ends of the earth. It has become a part of the man-building force of every important railroad and industrial concern, and the army and navy have seen its activities through out their own r...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 January 1911

RO.. I MAN POINIS SV3NTS OF DAY HELD TO A rs EVENTS TS ILED DOW Pereai~ , Political, Foreign and Othe latellignce Intereting to the -mu d . Washlngton. Pleas for clemency, It is reported will be made to the department o; justie by the indicted members of the socalled "bathtub trust" by thei attorneys. The army appropriation bill, carry Ing a total of $92.000.000, or $3.000.00( les than the estimates, will be reads to report to the house on its resa sembling in the new year. A marked falling off In the imports tions o manufacturers' materials is Indicated by the November report Just completed by the bureau of set tistles, department of commerce and abor. Tarlf filed with the interstate commerce commission by the Kansas City Southern, the Missouri Pacific the St. Louis & Ban Frsncisco. the St louis. Southwestern sad the Texas d Psetar rilroads, cancelling the through rates, with certain tap line connections, were suspended by the commission from January 5. 1911, tc April 15, 1911....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 January 1911

ONSUTIPATION the 3mev hO.k ary -w; thy 4. ý .lst an the e Mm_ o the 1mwr ead deme he tha so" is s wq u~t -Ir -ý. Ohm so ___ hek a hielih Ma Pw.w Pibi. m a tad. 0. the amesh lvrl eat mum hY~ It. d~~pe ~ t rhe vema eg dtawatii r heM 0. -O wYLthe gkjer~-~ls U -L. 44 h. to thl Aor' Te Silver Sp a te a teese (wo. enmsm m.) ECONOMICAL WIFE. "Heaveas, ale. I shall be rulaned if you buy oureself turs like this!" "Don't be so siJly! Can't you .-e I've put on the white far rug out of the drawlng-room? Absent-Minded. The professor had just sneezed for the thirtieth time, and It naturally at tracted some attention. "What's the matter with the profee sor?" asked the visitor. "He appears to have a bad cold." "Oh, no," said Madame Ia Prof.. soress. "It is only his fearful absent, tindedness. I left him in charge of the baby for a few moments this niornilng and when he cried he gave him the pepper-pot to play with in stead of his rattle."-Harper's Week. i)y. A Settler. Maud--Jack said when he propo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 January 1911

PROMINENT ODD FELLOW k Ord 1 eotrL rmad Othr Mr. Chas. Bauer. Grand Scribe. Grand Encampment 0. O. F., of Texas. writes from San An tonlo. Texas: '"early two years ago I accepteda position as secretary and M.: trea surer of one of the leading dry goods estab Galveston. Texas. The oudd en Mr. Chas. L. saer change from high and dry ilt...te to sea level proved too much for toe and I became afflicted with ca tarrh and cold in the bead. and geners. lebility to such an extent as to almost inca4acitate me for attending to my utnles. "1 was lndueed to try Peruna, mnd after t.k.ng several bottles in small lbes I am pleased to say I vas entire by restored to my former norma: ndl-. mon and have ever sence reromn.enled the use of Peruna to my friends." Ask Voar Dw It for a Free Prues Alamac for 1911. For Sprains "GCave Me Instant Relief" "I fell and sprained my arm and was in terrible pain. I could not use my hand or arm without intense suffering until a neighbor told me to use Sloan's Linimen...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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