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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 February 1911

ýtIP%%\(i1I % RA/LWAY FcrP . 7N"E United States know a great deal about Europe. Some of us speak In patronsing tones of London, Paris, Rome, Venite and Berlin as though they were some thing we had bought and paid for. We also know a great deal about Africa. and as for Asia, any man can give you several reasons why the United States could whip Japan, hands down, and every few das all of us are scandal Ised to bear that the king of Stam Is married agaln. In every paper we read of certain prominent American citisels going to Australa in an en deavor to get a match with Bill Lang or Bill Squires, but it some trouble some soul should venture to ask a question about South America all that we could think of would be that they have had a revolution and our recol lection at that would be hazy and minus the details Why Is it that we know so surpris ingly little about the southern haltf o our own hemisphere? Its people know all about us and some of Its republics have become formidable rivals o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 February 1911

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Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 February 1911

A Jim Hela.e. w. in faem hma bg farm R. M. Tan of Wllistoa, was il Culbert ose reeedav. Dea Prie of Redsae was a Culbertsoe vidtor lres Friday. * P. F. Rydr of Glasgow. was a Colbert - vsiatr Tuesday. Will Prvis of Pleatwood, took is the "ask Bda bere Tuesday. B. B. LarMno and A. 0. Neland. were here last Friday from Halsad. Miue. D.'N. Kelly and Frank Fisbbick of Ple-tywood were in Culbertaso Sunday. Dr. H. D. Edmoads and family, went to Williston vesterday morning for a shot t visit with friends. Norwegian Latheran services will be bhlt neat Suaday foraeoonat it o'clock at the German Church by Rev. Johbaae e, from Williston All are crdially invited. Mrs. S. S. Moan gave an afternoon par ty to her lady friend Wedaesday after a.oe. A guessau g contest was part of the atertaiament. Mrs. Robert Wittmeier se curing the irst prize. a beautiful souvenire spoon. The consolation prnie, " bso of candy, was awarded to nrs. j O. Dahl. Tanner & Bests New Store is now run lag "Fall Blast" a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 February 1911

11n-u YMr IIAT T 1 FB INI 1IILE I tee wish to add my tstim ial to he Ihoemade S nos doebt have, and wil teO yea what e grea medicine did for me. Svermnl moths ao I ws ta wvery iekk with bladder trble, had intense pains and mfse.d attly, at times I could not stand ea my Seet or sit in a chair sad omes wae rwed to cry out with pain. I coomlted two doetos who gave me different kiads . medicie, which did me no good. It seemed as though the more of their medicine I took, the worse I be came. The doctors emed to be greatly punled over my ease and after holding a consultatiom, I was told that I had a severs case of indammati of the bladder and an operation was ver necessary. I was being prepared to be taken to the hospital, when a neighbor came to my house and said. "Why don't you try a bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root ?" I was wiling to try anything to get relief from my suffering. My wife bought a bot tle of your medicine which I bgan taking and scor noticed a change for the better. I c...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 February 1911

LMds moWe. Cm sml 1s ".4 C~m g.d as -is t .F o D~a~ us pres. FM & * we do naO. on htaºN w hwall.sel~ýe~lraý Ains nuwols m ri mU the wssatmt an wSth. M Irr of .s$ss . wha ei speak ofush.fe Whin masal ree- St vgusat. R 1" - ImOK ine 6l - ik h any swam a t Neuth Amisl.s saus~t New> Maiyt .ft my be a bmimls is dob mar at the "ah lat We.l Werth Oaufs muiy lbUr -i YbSwm '- - hug . aSt seems O!betet - o wM buoe the sol a i ,hw the Meat at a" uale Th M aMaalsolto am -waee am· pus.. sa L. , r pwew .It way be of eseawaveat~ -o wf tha that Now ibiai's is about 5.UA6 warlb at aome- my. 963l ThOUULE. - He--- er ha troubles her a 4~ e She-Neurelgla? He-No; sh wast a aew hat. eves the emak @8 aasd has 'nt the mneedy of eaving Iteelf by strategy. In 1745. for lasftne. it was fore to ea ret possible In etzpeaces. the ceas belng immedately brought n by anoth er door and paid n agaln, whe sazious h dboers 8 miss vinly tried to eI are attNti. In 15, ts e y the taccidetal dasoevery e 7.t.0f £b1 s...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 February 1911

Ial At its close the applause continued , so long that it was necessary to m for Dr. Johnston to explain that i Miss Dale urwas et ps. ed to respoed to same. The modesty of cl Miss Dale prevented the Search light from publishing the poem in f lull, as we had been requested to do by several of the persons men- C tioned in it. It was filled with hits on members of Trowel Lodge and was certainly rich. tl A selection by the Orchestra closed the literary program. We neglected to state that the orches tra played selections during the progress of the banquet and also at the beginning of the literary pro gram. After this during an intermissiona the tables were cleared away and the floor of the big hall cleared for of dancing. How the young folks g' could shake the light fantastic toe alter such a heavy feed is more dl than the humble reporter can A imagine, but they probahlly did u' not bring the same appetite to the hall. However every one danced their fill and if anyone went home h withou...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 February 1911

VOL. IX. NU. 45. CULB3E'3QN. VALLEY C6UWFY. N ANA. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 1911. It~o. PER Y •.Y bli~t VOL. 1X. WU ~5 ,;,~ro ..v~f_·PL^ TRDY ,BRAYr.11._ ~ _~_ __roPI Historical Library F[U10 a P NSN Now Is the time to get a bargain in a new Fountain Pen. We are closing out our stock of Wil liamson Pens at 25 percent off. We also sell Moore's Non-leaka ble pens. THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. VALLEY MEAT MARKET IF YOU HAVE The Standard NEVER TRIED of Oyster Value Sealshipt c(LL AND (3.T A Oysters 1'IN TODAY Our list of appreciative customlers is growing daily. They find Sealshipt Oyvters to he more nourishbing and Ir sexpeasive than most other food pr,,ducts they hbv- -a pint is r aoug' lor an ordinary family. We have an interestlng book of recipes called "Mark Twain's Oyster Story," which every woman should have as it contains many ways of serving this delicious food product. Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. ge00000e0000ee0e0e@000000000000000000000 . Palace Saloon * SV...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 February 1911

TH SEAltCHLIHT •UANK . aaT. U5LARTSON, * * MONTANA. FROM MANY POINTS EVENTS OF THE DAY HELD TO 4 FEW LINES. JATS EVENTS BOILED 0OWN Personal, Politlol, Foreign and Other Intelligence Interesting to the General Reader Washington. The appropriation of $80,000 for ir igation investigation was increased n the house to $100,-00 by the amendment offered by Representative 'raig of 4labama. The senab passed the bill appro priating $2.06'1,000 a year for the pur hase of land for forest reserves in astern states and espeeiaily in the White mountains and southern Ap palachians. 'nless relieved. 2.000.000 people in China will die of starvation. This is a calamity predicted by American Consul General Wilder at Shanghai in a cablegram received from him by the American National Red Cross so .lety. The most valuable farm land in the l'nlted States is found in the District of Columbia. according to the figures rives out by the census bureau. These fgures show that in the Dis :rict of Columbl there a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 February 1911

kmiAm Or A'Y o4Wav-4t E NOLAND, because of the rude sd hock t rteent tragic happen lags, Is awakening from a loes conatlned lethargy and opening her eyes to the dangerous d skorable and disgraceful conditions which she has deliberately Invited. Iteeat barbarisms have forced upon mer unwilling intelligence the fact that whole districts of her great capital ave become allen Jungles, peopled by urman tigers. London, the world's premle city, is a dumping ground for inarchistic desperadoes. in that mighty metropolis are the leadquarters for human malcontents, he rallying place for the haters of the iuman race, the strong box from which s financed the horrid props sanda of anarchy. There are hatched be plots which attain murderous fru tion io other countries, and thither tee for security the instruments of Manned assassination if they succeed a escaping from the scenes of their 'rimes. In the squalid attics and .be noisome cellars of London are lursed the foul brood of allen an irchbist w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 February 1911

Searchlight. ts d h ay . s. . i. a Sa.d-C. Mater. Poastai at Calbert.a. Mns. tJader Act of Col2res ol March 9. 0179 FRANK S. REED. Editor aud Proprietor Tears-In advance, per year........ a on Advertiuag NKaes. very reasonable wll be tferished on application at thbin ,tce TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTEr IN VALLEY CO, MONT. As both the Shaw Cotnty bill and the Lke LCount)y Ill. together auth sever.. atter bell for the creation of new counter. ..ei to have reachedl a premature grave in lth liemotrratic committees in the house. and Senate. at seemsc ueelessf fr the ,c.art h legil to contanne the roltrvwer v a, it the lmrllt of the respective btill. Inlerest wew centers In the ubtllitute for f Senate 1.ll NO. 31, wha'h has p.a-e. the heoue.I I hel slnbslanle ol thes ball is geiven on the bracl page. It thla measulre Icecato1ec- a laa it aill le pmscaible or ant part of a caountV wlth the arce'.sarcs p.calllsllon andt va.usiteatl to Ithrole a new atllnts b I IIt .a. n Ilt the counnts ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 February 1911

I fape~ I·~RP~s 2 N I Mark Tar.es mand a trip to Flestp - ,id Tuhly. t W. WaIsel Br ecksom. was ito mwa Tuaiday and Wedasday . Ms. Maek Tham.., enuredt Sadey emrn a vlted to Mlamaepolha liat Ligpieeaml deMmed at s.e per oe by nBeteridd & KBaglbrght. agt Mr. and Mrs. Haiti Gea4trch. Bdaei vile ce Culbertso vis rs a afe days g ti. week. Atsleseya Babock, Cati saad Lahbe were is Glgw Moaday and Tuesday at teadieg courm a Dr. D. . Brockma mu aermd Wedae eay from Phaywead, aftar a poekiomal vii t da week or moe. Dr. T. L Ceckrell He iseda Comaty Health eeer. paned threegh Calbaertao Wedamday a his ead em Field eim- e vemtigate a cae of diphtheria. Peo Marr rmuamed roem the cmoat Seaday sad lft oa thei mag Teaedy mraneg fr his homr e Nmsr Redetoe. He left Mrs. Marra at Les Angplea. The Valley Meat Market are ag es or seahlipe Oysters Ia Calberta.e. ptf ch Tom Lease gave the play "Dad's Girl' at Belord o Meaday might to a large th aedieece. The parts wem takee by local talea. Tom has r...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 February 1911

b "Don't Give Up Hope-Marlon--Wlnn emo--" kCOIWTIp of T aiaamo emwe.m ore.a y" 'ý SYNOPSIS. Capt Nathaniel Plum of the sloop Ty phoon lands secretly on teaver bland. tIenghold of the Mormons. Obadiah tell. M eorm m councilor. confronts hlma ttls him ho 1 eXpected, and batrgajns for the ammunltloe aboard the aop. He bade Nat by a solemn oath to deliver a acae to FrankliUn Plere. presldent nof the United atte. Near PIrie's cabin Nat so the tfrlhtened face of a young woman who dianooesar In the darkness. lealing an der oh plate. It develops that Nats it to the Island Ia to demad at tilamet of the king. Strang. for the loot Jag of hi sloepe by Mormons. Price shows Nat the k.s alace. aln through a .ladow he se the lady of the llacs, who Pric. says is the king's seventh wife. CilIng at the klngs ofce Nnt Is warned by a ug woman that his lifo is In dun per. Strng professes Ind.lgnatlon when neshearsats grievance and promises to pus/Jh th gu.lty. Nat rescuce Nell. who Isb s pmiely whipped. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 February 1911

303IW. at'err th CoMsI y. to a aier from Me. N lam nwif tirlpa - I t a tremble arna bad three de me. Ll> fIle te do Pr meaaoed my 7 ealt mmle. e- hr. IW. erm e lodl d ftm., sal -e .I11 b a beb tes eany y -I was oatlemeL Uaah he Wadi. 30k do. Sfmde l. h nreebe.! ?ezm writm* 'r a ale aas I aLnl hwseLr I teak cill, with severe at te a t albem. ubbk usually whail Is e gimame barn ry e Im "eat iear, boevewi, I hefirel be eb months withint hetirruptku - that I oa- mot do any woeslat al Tiles mlellsd s that was umo soothel briast s me m roW. Aftr te heking beties i rum. twe at Zacula sal two at 3 sa I -s fine dl my tbeeleo tht I ems aml mybem week awhi. Km u 6w rmeommed thie melloe t h on who euffers with thib mphel un et nd belIeve that thi wl "ta sk- reolWa' .umeArm of a Hics urHead WNs t-adle s al Th followlg story e by a geom·- Imes 1MLt PLn4 dents et Mle Il w4 seem to -nlaicae iotg l o weItre employed omman bele that the .gro wbead on hard.top of the b a tl o the branlmet any Mw. o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 February 1911

PRODUCTS OF ,GOLDbEN WEST SHOWN Fruits, Oramin ad Vegetables Help to Make roeat Northern Display Wonderful oa~amw. obis. Fl h 1%, M.--'Yk west, y smgs U, a e p with the eunst said w reely. The seer gave Roodalee, but he stqpu there.. mo wreet, osai L a, wom. s boys and girls, ad grow a with the great new went," saki L. N. UW. Then Mr. Gmd-Sb~1 'ud t.M. C ..4 'i; No.6lkv. Agvueubuv £aa&iw. &r nugr &,td m Cdrmh0. OH... 4?I N~ggA Hau %*wI llill, who IB Preidleut of the e; ret North er Itailway. and arn of .lameJ . 1lill, backel up bin advice by making it p.-I pille for eerybody to gn we-t. T'hat the peopl of Columlu and vidin lty my beeoms better acqluainted with the weederful wester country, a free rehibitkn d the grains and fruits of )lontana, Ostga and Washington h.as Lween opene at 47 North high street by the (:ret Northern Rail"nc i. The exhibition i- well %, , tIh the ii-t. (:rent sheaves of phheln e l,.e. otts %and otherl grains a.lornl the ".ell. in artisltie array....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 March 1911

VOL. IX. NO. 46. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, MACI '9 1. 9 2. $0.oo PER YEAR 6istWical Libirar, FOUNTAIN PENS Now is the time to get a bargain in a new Fountain Pen. We are closing out our stock of Wil liamson Pens at 25 percent off. We also sell Moore's Non-leaka ble pens. THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Sealshipt . O ysters Wh.,, o,, s,. e, r ,,,, , ( Sealshipt ,or11 ,: Al Oysters \More urpri,., l and It liglhteI w.I, n \ on tat lie tOh c. In but ,ing Secal lhlpt \stctr- onu gtI nlthiullg h.t plnnlp, soli. o ,ieCr It-i t - o ,%tli r, hI - ne " i o ,.tt. ,alshipt O)ster; alr hlie ;t tii t.l of alll ll _, n I ., I y 11 get il t'. Conye no in lr stc i i seti fI r - icrelf i how we hanidle S lalshlpt )ha se ct.K . '1W i - al re. I :r free opl, y of Mark T'w.ndlll'. ()'r.h.Ir SIhrc\ , 1,. oI, 1 cit ul. I, . U , lt 1 tr111 g rtcci'Ip , Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. Palace Saloon I * * * SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. * * * Imported...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 March 1911

w m I .M * .ONTANA. FROM UT POINTS IyENT O TWU DAY HELD TO A PFEW UN&8. IayS EIEUTS IlE OOYlN PerSnal, Pel.lee, FPerg and OCMe lOIlgemne i.btrestg b tlh eeneral lapae Wacsagte . At this writing it looks as If there Is ne escape from an extra session of caau. The text of a new treaty with Japan designed to replace that of 184t, and drawn with the special design of eliminating the restrletions upon Im migratiek cotalased In the treaty. was laid before the senate by Presli dent Taft. Statehood for Artsona Is mmposs ble at this sesslo of congress, for the reason that returns of the elec lion held February 9 cannot be can vassed ad certified under the law in time to reach Washington for ac tion by eoagress. The ocean al subsidy bill, which already had prased the senate, was or dered favorably reported by the house committee on postofees by a vote of 7 to 8. It was amended so as to omit trans-Padk lines, making it alpply ony to louth America. Ony eoqauarter of the cargo of Supplies to...

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

Ii // 4 CM 4AIWR AM TI*RSOAV W J. ,,aLptle W SHINOTON.-Most of the work of drawing up the arr at for r.ieprocily in trade between the United States sad Canada has been done on behalf of Casada Wilmis Pat teres, ainister of customs sand W. S. IPelding malster dt bnanee, and on behalf of the United States by Charles M. Pepper and Chandler Hale. The Canadina mlanters lspet me tie in Washington in consultatlon with the presildet and other odcals. A Reminder of Youth Hunter Sees Panther Like He Used to Hunt. Animals Are Net Extlnet in State of Poennylvana as Generally Sup pmoed-May Have eseped Frem Menagerie or CIrcus. Waterville, Pa-William Button. who ifre on the mountain about two miles orth. sad who when a young man bad more than moe excting ad veture with panthers. declares that the bellea that panthers are extlact In Pemaylvanla Is a mistake. He says he saw a panther In open day lght oae forenoo during a trip he made through th wilds of the country rth of his place o an inspectio o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 March 1911

Entered May tx.. 9oa. as Second-Class Matter, PostoIos at -..lbertson 1Moat Under Act of CoEres of March 9. t., FRANK S. REED, Editor and I'ro.ricetor Terms-ln advance, per year .......2 o Advertising Rates, very reasonable si'i tbe furnished 0a application at this t'i e TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MO\T. School elections will be held :: Saturday in April. Two new dire. :.. r arc to be elected in District No. 17. ; n.,.. a., the Colbertson district. 'Ihe t r:: It Forsyth expires, and D. i. M.oth..rt t:.., resides in the new Dane Va,'.I, I. t:., Culbertson distract which a: .o c 1.:., ... many years ago extended to (t:. t ,n...l.,i: line, has been divided .o marin : : i:,: now only a small distrl . S lh. I kf r. ., Dane Valley Distric t, ut, .l e. rr :n north of the divide about four mni,2s r:. :.! of town and the east line ins j;t ,:t 1 Lanark. The only school hout.. I ! t .,r district now is the large gra '. ., , fI Culbertson. To every one who brings to ter - ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 March 1911

F NK D. MctKliCK ANNOUNCES The Opening of the Qtg m etason, uanbg, Ward Stk. I911 SAll orders for Sunday dinners - or parties will be given strict at .tention. -est#ae a sess SKeller Lake Iteoms: Mar. , 1911 Harris Clark has quit borrowing bob sleds, and has bought a new one. J. H. Mcllwain made a business trap to Culbertson the middle of this week. 1. K. Mow and smns are building a dam near their building these days. on Enter prise couley. Chas. Mischke, with his well machine, is earching for water on the E. E. Wheel er homestead. The Messrs. Millers and families attend ed Sunday school last Sunday at the Beav erly school bouse. Thorp Bros. landed their well machine on Harry Fowell's claim and will soon be in search of water. J. E. Keller. called at the j. K. Mow home, and also at the C. C. Clark home. the early part of this week. Uncle Dan Stutzman was champion speller at the Spelling lee held at the ileaverlv school house last Friday evening. Mass Magaret Swank went to Culbert so...

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

EIEWVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TOULE, BAGIKACNW, STRAIN Noo, SWELLUNS, TC. USpep alI Pal I lddi, Kineys Wouldn't It be led witMa a week or so to begin to y albe forever to the scalding. dribbla mralIag. or too fre quent passage a ttne; the forehead and the back-of-the-bead aches: the stitches and palnm In the back; the growing mus ele weakness: pelta before the eyce; yel low skin; slug.h bowels; swollen eye lids or ankles; )lp crampe; unnatural short breath; Msspoemsem and the de spondency? I have a recipe for these troubles that you can depend en. and if you want to make a QUICK REICOVERY. you ought to write and get a copy of It. Many a doctor wpould charge you I.5 just for writing this prescription. but I have it and will be glad to send It to you entire ly free. Just drop me a line Ilk- tlIs: Dr. A. E. Robnson, K-2l0 Luck Building. Detroit. Mich.. and I will send it by re turn mail In a plaina envelope. As you will see when you get it. this recipe contains only pure. harmlega remedie...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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