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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 January 1911

L Ici.Hpeg m is Maher. et auesope was in toos Tuesday. Jop Fal. of Plestywood was ton tow lass N. Connolly. .of Pleatywoud was is towyMeaday. Leage beadle of oid papers fr so ce at he Seaschilphbt od. id C. L Fowler. of the Soutb Side was is cows Tuesday sad Wedaeuday. P. W. Richard.ja of Pluetyweod war a Calbermmos visitor Ies Sunday. Tuaer Bests New Store is now run iug "Fall Blast" at Pleatywooo. asd Mr. ead Mrs. Dan Mitchell. of Poplar paid a visit to Culbertsou last Saturday. Attersey R. O. Lukhe. eft Wednesday for a -basins trip to Mino. end Caado. North Dabosa. Breas Strala. a promiuent basiness man of Ferus Falls. Mi., was in Cal bertson Moaday. Go the Phoeare Cafe for Blue Rubbos Whisey. eight years old and strictly pa.r L. I. Scow Prop. s4tf Laeis Petrsea. N. C. Jema ansd Peter Moerriso all of lmne Valley were is town Satarday during the storm and called at the Searchlight eace. A cod wave struck Celbertson Tuesday morsing sad some thermometer registerdm 35 below sero. The...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 13 January 1911

WEA ARE NOW LOCATED IN OUR New Quarters sad are in a better position than ever to accomtmodate ouar patrong and the public in general. With a con stlady increasing stock of the BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY, we feel confident that if you will call and look aus over, get our prices, and examane our goods we can please you. We not only have a full line of Oroceres, Pro vion, Dry Ooodf, Notions Hardware, Etc. but we carry a limited stock of furniture and coain'. Having recentlytaken the agency for the Myers pump we solicit a share of your patronage along these lines. It has been in the past, and shall continue to be in the future, our aim to give our custom.-rs Quality rather than Quantity. We hope to ma.e thlas thl "STOKE OF QUALITY." Give tic a call and save money. Poplar Mercantile Co. POPLAR, MONTANA Traders State Bank of Poplar Poplar, Mont. Capital, 25.000 Dollars Invites accounts of the people, assuring perbet service and every accommodation osusistent with sound banking. CORRESPONDEN...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911

"1, V.... .l. No. CULBETUO., TANA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. 1911. -. YE R EX ALL Shoulder Braces for Men, Women and Children ONLY $i.oo at THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. VALLEY MEAT MARKET IF YOU HAVE The Standard NEVER THIED of Oyster Value Sealshipt CALL AND GET A Oysters PINT TODAY Our li~t of .iprecisative customers i. giowing dailv. They find Sealshipt O\ ut r% to he more nourishing and Ir.-sexprusive than most other food prodlucts they buv-a pnat is enough for an ordinary family. We have at inleresling book of r.ccipes ctaled -*Mark Twain's Oyster Story," which every woman should have as it contains many ways of c.rvuig this delicious food product. Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. CALL FOR White's Old Style Beer IT'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-_ turned. SEast Grand Forks Brg. Co. i I W. J. Doheny Agt. - Bainville, Mont. i ...TIS BANm... i WANTS YOUR BUSINE...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911

C LOSING OU SAMLE CASH IS KING of our fall and winter stock PRICES RIPPED, SMASED, AZZL D Men's 6c sfeeced Underwear. sa price 37c Mea's $10 and $12 Saltsl, sale prig $6 Men's 35c Wool Hose, sale price - 19c Men's $ Sits, sale pri 6. Men's 10c Canvas Gloves, now " " sc Men's :18 Ovrcoats, now "* 70 Men's $1.50 Trousers, sale price " 75c kMos $20 Pr Cots, sale price 1.8 Men's 80 and 65c Work Shirts, now - 39c M_'s_ $20 loaf Ulter_ s p-_d cots Men's $1.50 pure Wool Underwear, now 98cw $-14.7 L; $ H mCowts, s pr ec $20,000 STOCK OF HIGH GRADE WINTER Mun's Sand $6_Hmd owntisniw,3.9, Ladles' 3k fleeced Hose, now -IU€Young Mea 's Suits, S 18 values, now 511.48 A TERRIBLE SACRIFICE CLOTHING, SHOES and FURNISHINGS A COMMERCIAL FESTIVITY To be distributed into the homes of the people at less than Manufactor's Cost, at public Bona Fide Forced Retail Sale aBeginning Saturday, Jan. 21st, 1911 a' 9 o'clock a. m. and continuing without stop until Saturday, Feb. 4, lasting 13 days only. B ; The T....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911

Lad1 de1s hoAl IsTo efd I alou W*kar. " t Ater" sad Help. Rearrans Warylemeof Rle o ael Pse.-Thesm Who Mr eememise Wek Hn S Wlt Herdees eaps-T!ea ay s west a mate aomesry r pay ymn wln c am leak st my wmeae sa avia me how a fos h Rs aitp al wh0t N t. Teu've a amay lever g I Mm s heet dess al amIe Mas ds a't mae maa Ey mhe" "S t or bwmq kesmf staea" ealplahe a youn woma who mlade 1y hma hoere hs redsse ee o n sase. Itle Maas who Same u my Mt Job was so eaui edes er the help thai I was to her that he tale - >p h ether waen. Ther hedm whlt I diM fo theia md paied my mee ma to dsi hers. Mo the llan ept mm selle& sd neow I've a reglar I amtay. I den't know yet ute what to all myselLf. 'Latl the obes' my f.nds can m , ut o cosie 've lowt to get a more humbeeilke mcm tham that far my mmlsg. The ahoc ok the mat. ter 1s that most wmer do not eader mstad how l mesae their wardrobe sad I am ase to help them. When my patras have plenty of moey my mteak h smot dicult. I look over the clot...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911

S EUS9 Pl mONTANA IAN POITS "VENTS Of THE DAY HELD TO A PEW LINES. oars EVElTS lOLED Oor Persml, Politeal, Pereign and Othe latelligenee Interesting to the Omenerl Readeir Washlngte. Vice President Sherman and a party of his friends were held up by Maryland ofcers Just beyond the t)is trlet of Columbia because their as tomobile was not provided with a Maryland license for 191L Information was asked for by Rep resentative Calder of New York from te secretary of the navy as to wheth er a comblnatlon of say kind exists among the shipbuilditg firms of the United States that is operative to the disadvsatage of the government. The supply depots of the army will be redistributed over the country and placed at eatrally lsoated points of the various milltary departments. It was decided to loesto them In all caes posblde near the camps set apart by the state for the rendezvous of troops. Will the duke of the Abruszzi renew his sut for the hand of Miss Kath erle lklns, sow that her father. who...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911

Aup Yer Weok. LM Run Down? Tis e nitie dle , dne" * end se Ir D ash baspamrls es hiw am"l ml abeM s it we pti a- ae year i aes .ne -v sr bei e sm . s ye a sh.rper appe m Ld di o.san hae yno l bsler. etw better am bw ter; wl mae the bhead work ear ald the dedh, dy blhtr. eal r thmeae . s -ew them. Get Hoods tlay. NOT THAT. The Coasreama-ru te the bil at present, but I mlght change my mind for ,tNO. The lobbyist-Tour mind doesn't a pear tome to be worth that muh. The Shadew eof Seenee. It Is hard to believe that a shadow is prhably the orisin of all astrswn mical. geometrical and usoSraphed cieaoe. The frat man who ned his sta prpeadicularly in the grPund and measured Its shadow was the earlest computer of time. wd the Arab of today who plants his spear to the sand marks where the shadow falls is his direct desceedant. It is from the shadow of a Samsa that the early Egyptians told the length of the year. It is from the shadow of a gnomon that the Inhabitants to Up per Iypt sUill measu...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911

T1 DAKOTA SENATOR AT. cS SECRETARY BALLINGER IN U. S. SENATE. -10 FRIEND OF PEOPLE Solen Was Member of Investigating Committee and Says That the Secretary is Unfit for the Peeitieo. Washington. Jan. 1.-Richard A. Stallnger. secretary of the interior, was the object of a carefully prepared at tack today by SlenaWr Purcell of North Dakota. The senator delivered a set speech in support of hl. resolu thnO submitted yesteraay to the sen ate, that Ballinger was ..nnt to retain ila ofmce In the administration be raus of his alleged administration of departmental affairs. Purcell was a member of the so-called ftallinger I'inchot Investigating commlttee. "The overwhelmilng weight of re - dteue taken by the committee satilfl.s me that Ballinger was not falthful to the interest of the people, is not an eliclient public servant and that the resolution offered should he adoptel," declar.ed Pro ell Tried to Sheet Premier. Paris. Jan. 17.-The chamber of d.utio.es was thrown into a panic to day by ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911

'II Gemed, and mseal east oThrdv. mrs a noes. Mm. Gee. Rsase is ill with gqlesy thia weak. F. G. Amass, eat o Hieesa Saturday vemmig to work ea the Gateway Cuesty Dihov.m project. Sid air ad family arrlved Iro Beastvillo. Ark.. their d bhere, where they have bhe for the ptas thse mosths. The Poplar Mercanmie Company lo Pnplar ase advertsing a special ale this wek. They ase giag dchese is a peae coetest also. Mirs Lisie Nehr.ig. who is at present living is Culbertsse. smbecribed for ihe S-uachglt Tuesday and wll beL same seat o bher faher at Soen. C. . SNa d, rsearsed Seaday ftrm a vij ts a Hases, where he wa working for Ca.sty Davietea is the l asrees of Cal art maa. He reports goed progress. W. C. Powell. she newly appoimed e.der sher,. has moved his family s G.asgew sad have tskes ep their resideace s the e recently vacated by Es-sherif Mrs. D. C. Reed fell aad dislocated her wrist about a ueek ago. but it was at once pulled is place by her dauekher-a-law. Mrs F. S. Red at whose b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911

POPlAR MERCANTILE COMPANY Anmesw s a I0 REDUCTION in all winter 0 geods durtlg the month of January * * Tbhg ims Ul.e uad Plst Come First Served will be Our Mots.,. o S~~e -seli value. hem whibch c hardly be equaled in the ae ttles. X ie eLrg piey O. at or msh. O ..4 lr Waoiem. a.s n theyolors. Thel e aIase el a bllime to secue a cet "as a lsw pris. LTh.ao od ago w rt pbele sed br Ihe., sad the will be sold for cash only TWO VOTiS FOR EACH CENT PURCHASE ON ANY OF HIE" ABOVE ITEMS. A Coiet Us d nigs Cmass oGrure. Dry Gou B.essau. d se.ss, ndwaer. ec.. at Pewlr Prices. Daria l n et t this eantb we will gve voye for all acceets settled. Accat be semtled es w boel.ue s ,ad the mouth. Tea vae. re ab ? .md at Jewelry. 1 yeU are mat a emsstae ye"r - self give ly ed a .bo. Thimae i heImsoluty bI d is am ILsrat e w b: rshe relpiaet wil g be poed. Whe. i seed of. a n lgie as a e. Oar lie ie mew eomplese. We cerdiallt iuvite a p mtds a visit ror sege. We believe we o sve ye amney. sad wait a c...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911

Supplement to The Searchllght VyOLu IX. sO p. CULlrlTUI. VALLIIY COUWV. MOIITANA. ,A. I JANUARY .. . ..... . P3 lEAR CITY LUVERY BARN IUTT IN t ENlIUNPi, Fun Livery, Feed and Sale * Stable LUglte Coa aMLOO per «a OdSaers Phome 1. Culbertseo, Most, CARELFSSNBE. is the roeass why many ps.pte de eot put their vah ables-- jwel.. serloawa d ntsedos, wills into our salet/ deposit vaults. ARE YOU CARBLB.ELa & Our vaults are solutely sate against tire sad burglgrs and 4 it will cost you only Sadie and up to reo a bIes in our s.lety deposit vaults fer a whde year. Then you can Ssieep well or lovre hmiN knewtng you are sale agaenst fire sad the burlIars . The First National Bank. CITY DRAY LINE Dray! Dons on Short Notice Reasonable Prices. SPhone No. 144 OUL .,BBRTSONl. A ONTANALB OULtB3R'rSON (DONTA NA Labea" It=$ Jea, y. .lps. Cieares Casecl sad Fred IeNlur. were al airview lht week. MNe P. M. S lesemd daugter e wish Ms. L D. Sweemtme tsb week. L. D. .Sema.as, spea Meudey sad Tumeday f ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 20 January 1911
Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 January 1911

.1Y. NO. M4. _si_ý CUEI.rstS Y coart. FRIDAY, JANUARY s.. 2g 91. sI.oe PER YEAR For Constipation A MhurM Tha DNS. Net wm Aftelgs une.s It Gum v iset. ea-i.al masedimts of bm Osesmrss, which We oederns. tes *u La e. ee. is "- adle mw dis e-E. Ce. e sed with other e.trmely e.h.hb lgdihsta. It aerm a pmress beh d equlate,. leualeel isvipelsier and um hsemr. masan OeriUe. re -ates a#J y.ad are nsoable for their agree abeea. aW * pale. ad guatleser s of ardes. They do et case griping or say diarlemeble s. or nconevenece. Uilb oer peepsratiosm for a tlihe peqema, they mt anmea a habit, but i.medr they eseeem othe caw of habit equlead ib thlese d crdisary liss are eabhemrtm ad harsh physic, sad pet.eremdy mee. the cease el comnti p-a or 'nekalar bhwel t. We WIi emed your meeep without a~er etf they do set do s we say they wrd. Two slas . sad toc. Sold oly at er eser-The Resma Store The Vaey Drag Co. Church of the Brethren. eroes at the Beverly School Home evary s.t, secod sad third Lord'. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 January 1911

TI SEAR. IGHT EmROIE OF EVENTS GENERAL NEWS AND NOTES FRESH FROM THE WIRL THE STORY II A IHTSHELL Embraclng a Condaenatlon of Events In Which Reader Generally Are More r Lees Concerned. Wshington. The senate will probably follow the house In passing the Sulloway pen sion bill Instead of the National Tri bune measure. Rumors current In London that Am bassador IBryce Intended to resign as Ambassador to the United States was denied at the British embassy in Washington. tonditions in the famine districts and refugee centers of the northern part of the province of Anhul, China, are rapidly growing worse, according to a cable received from Shanghai by the Americal natlonal Red Cross so. elety. The house on the 17th made prog ress in the consideration of the il portant appropriation bills. The army bill was concluded and passed late in the afternoon. The postoftice appropriation bill.c.arrying a total ex penditure of $53,047,868 also was taken up. The government has won another step in its...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 January 1911

IWTIE CANASIAN WEST uBY tmo OTteaome dtar osa seth ilia The 'seailetts ta mide that begeN ,sn mealtes, neake.ab wa , A bet snd mrts Cts i. wii b te ares peeo . It ts mee t et . a easoe Westera ou Jmal but that very sober buhsne newsd the New York CommereaL It Ia bases am acntul rvual - e a- e the wbesat4greuiag eagaeltc it i C sadims West, end emo the DO* of dsvesoopnt fdlew.e th. bl tag of railways. The wiler shwa how ath ee ses M a-wh-eat market of the wore passed from Milww e to meepolis and thee to Whlneg. Ceades wheatmow tag be is our times rewter thea. that ar the United Staten, and oly see ier cet ar Canada's western ar . calntual area Is under eltilatis. There are 11,0MM0 acres of wheat ·las which wll make these Western Plervss rdbch, more populous, more depdable or food supples than the Western Staes can eve become. The cenater ct food supremacy will change to Caada, and u years more will give this eountry 40,000,000 popal tios west of Ontario. All these estimates ac popula...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 January 1911

THE OVERWHELtiHNG RESPONSES A COLOSSAL EVENT A WRLWIND OF BAIGAINS PARSHALL & EDMONDS M 2'O65c 10aMt Men's $15.00 Suits $975 I" JI M Oki ad Mit 39 Sale Price - - Lds' $00 Sh2.3 i All To Go, Nothing Reserved. ENTIRE STOCK IN THE HANDS OF ,a.ter - - THE T. K. KELLY SALES SYSTEM, The Great Northwest Bargain lvers For Immediate and Drastic Disposal, On account of Mr. Parshall's death Sale Now In Full Swing No postponement. Sale positively closes Saturday night, Feb. 4th, '1 1. Don't let this be a lost opportunity. The Pins Ki ocked From Under High Prices. Here is the Greatest Opportunity to Dress in Rich Raimentat Trifling Cost. The Greatest Avalanche of Majestic Bargains Ever Offered in Montana. CLOT INYou can save more money HERE than you ever dreamed of savingl one Slaughter Prices in CLOTHIN G day's shopping. New lots and still lower prices bespeak another notable wek. MEN' FURNISHINOS ALL HIGH GRADE CLOTHINO, NOT A Tremendous shopping enthusiasm, unprecedented values at low pri...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 January 1911

- - - - - -L l R. . L.te, tsptm , MIs, h,,es.. Ma.day., C. M. Wimewedsr of BalmWile mwas Iowa wheca. joea Carn of Fephlar. wasr Carud me ealter M Wed.aeday. la h Armusuag of Plat1 wood. idasie ciacta .,m Tuesday. T &ser A oas New Suese isL w rt- t "Fll Blast ar Pleatvwooa ss, I. A. Oahes, o Plelaywood. was is iows bleday as a wis s I the Casd comseas Sh1ir J. u. esp arrived in Cel Lerim leads, and wus hee the '" Se three days d tih week. Whsaebl r A Was Ce. weil haodle hfm leptmeaams demrag the esming msasma. 14o" tos thir astssoomet this week. Gige arbie, edisar a., propler of the Wates MgeMl. was a tows Meaday sad mol the Sesethgh a itrematlr call. W. 1. RaIk, Sueperisedese of be Mom tea Star Tdelphie Campaey. retared het a week ageeema meatha visit is his em hhe is LaCra. Wis. FOR RNT--Thi Red Blackamith Sho eth emta oetfit. Equire d R. 0. Lush.. 3d L O. Sleu prlchasd the Ballfoer Parry pare this week and is having same meted emo a o e owa.d by him morth of the Dasalisw pagp....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 January 1911

mtlW ·DI ·t I feetr 8001..0. Pew ! au Drug ..raw wamubftPget s. la PWhy Rutat Farm *IUiooiotrbowra ms aw urn. ur Iýi/ p ashagi 3 rust sma at sUanck ~ir wi .ba rasaat3s Shauged btama at suM am asia The mapa. grm ws o that lamsi warramt the aigamam.a Teo '....:nighoe a's. te aimafaa ma Ub searr..ant so) a WHAT'S IN A NAMEf He-Your family has a gra.1 nre. imn Veta De Vere! Io--Tea, and yet I'd prefer almost ar other. The Wise Bishop. To the brilliant Epslcoya: dabcp at Iasnesmee, Dr. Thomas F. Galor, a Memphs man, of rather narrow views. eampla. ed about charity balls. "I doubt If t be quite reverent. Ubsh,." the man said. "to give a ball fIr the purpose of charity." But bshop Gallor. with a saving hbet of common sense, laughed and api.ed: "Why, my dear fellow. I'm sure. I It would do anybody sany good. P' daoe the whole leasth of Memphis li tel emasalmeas" Paine and Fate: aime eame to the am . "I wi have a tveemat cigar named .Ir ps." she esid. sweetly. IMat ollwel ea her heels. 0 mak...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 January 1911

A bifw T" ibbi :Ms A. ML 1wish semasv r t wss s as h ite me t sha.s,. lot w.it I wa r ru~ esugh - N A. I~aMº at atrL ' I tieS amee tryPursa.I ot assstime itM beew If Io th fels. omI sw"s. I woMseet Us Ita ssem ce by PauseI h. I tat stemiswum soaIr.e tesnla I et asS I ism as weak 04se ew. inleusS beiahath a..5 I edvim Umem e Prttoause.' Aat Yew~r 0 ie e a Ass t woe Ah+mss A M. Don't PIasecutl - t .5 Seo a ste .r ao . GOOD ADVIOL Sr0 hP asda-dhe Is all wri bto me! What oultd ou adve me t do? Wum-e a little m ord the world, od ohapl A Frkily Tp. "Now that provioes are lower. Mrs Haer." said the tssy hearder. dm•t yes thlak yom oeght to reles year rates" "N hlaned." replie the hadlady. "1 la t hard to y y my abs It Is." 'mat" -ggstat the tasty beamsar. " YesI paM tl adviss - yes lman ethers d yes woul have as debh." Without a Cook? Nevur nd-s . em a ooid . w.l. s N &ssdr a Post ~ MY IuI` CREENIVDIJSFS Vainw s~raven" Cerniftl.s Poe I Mlttplim Umo. Ds . Satan 1oiUme bSmeAiu Out Cel Co...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 27 January 1911

POPIA MERCANTILE COMPANY A aseuemM a MBI REDUCTION in all winter : I.6s dlurlg the monath of January i TIle i.msllJ ltod F Ilsa Come, Firmt Served will be Our ..ss. " we amaushs velam has whih cam hardly be egqald is she aq.r %el. xe thsea.Mm r pmrimesas oar sheep sd IsaMa msalamuamsheylust. The 0 ahasme dof a Waietim to meam. a coas t ta be pris. Thama ad. 0 as wau k lma abd f or thema they will be elid for cash onlyv TWO VOTES O EACH CENT PURCHASE ON ANY OF tHE " ADOVa ITEMYS. A CampU Li U.s dI g Class Orceres, Dry Oge. Beets and g res, adware. tc.. at Pepular Prices. DmuI the samst stims meeth we will give voesm lotall a1 ccata metled. AOm ast mas be estmsd ae r belee the 3n st d the moath. Tea votea I oe Last' pseas d Jewelry. If vu ea aso sa oomamtat your. sm glweyea a a boost. The piae. is absolael., . saad is as isemet el whchb she recipient will lng be peeod. Whea is eed of s asMlte asse D. Owr lime is new ompilet. We cordially invite the ps M visit ar msee. We believe we cs...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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