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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 March 1911

e'a E R H - *" S ý -s Iw~l 1&M Uý W - a~caao Inconsaistency often meaas those deeds In another which I only halt understand. Dr. Pieeew k ate Pellets nadate Sivigorate stomach. liver and bowels lr.nated. tiny. grannes, easy to take net -ripe. io Mennonite Minister. Miss Anna J. Allebech is the first womae to be elected a minister of the Mennonite church to this country, at though there are two women in Hol anad aeting In that capacity. Sbhe l presdeat of the New York University Philosophcal society. Her ordtnastio took place on January 16 in Philadel phia. The Subtlety of Him. "Joh,. dear." said Mabel. as her lord bad master entered the house. "I've oust had a letter from mother, and she is coming to visit us It is a pret. ty expensive trip for little Muddy, and I wondered It we couldn't help her out a little." "Of course we can." said John. giv lng his wife a generous kiss. "Just you write and tell her that I11 be only too glad to pay for her railroad ticket back home again as ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 3 March 1911

o prepor Lurd for limegsw Crp: sr i tme Orest (By Palo. Tnwors Siawi Ver) many letters are being re- I ivred from time to time with re-! iMesce to the growing od crops of various kinds under northwestern conditions. In order to answer these letters and to meet the needs I of others who may want such in formation, this letter has been pre- , pared, in the hope that wide pubh licity will he given to it by the press. If the farmers have no land broken, they should be on their claims as soon as spring opens and everything should be ready for go ing promptly to work. They should have food enough to supply the needs of their horses until the autumn. Nor should it be forgot ten that food in the Northwest is both scarce and dear. The plow ing ought to begin as soon as the ground can he plowed. It is sel dom that it as too wet for being plowed in the dry areas of the Northwest, even in the early spring. As soon as the land is plowed it should be pressed down with roller or disk, and then har...

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

vOr. |tX,~ NO. 4. CU..BERT , VAT.'4c COUNI ANA FIY, ARC o. . .oo ER ll VOL. IX. NO. 47. 4, CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY. MONTIANA. FRIDAY, MARCH to. 191 $2.00 PER YA WALL PAPER Our new wall paper Is in stock and ready for Inspection. We have a larger and better stock than ever before. See our remnants f o r BARGAINS THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Sealshipt YOU WILL BE Sealshipt vog Oysters When You See HAVE THiE TANG Sealshipt OF THE SE.. I Oysters More surpriseTA --G and delighted- when yout taste them. In bu)ing Sealshipt Oysters you get nothing b t plump, solid oyster meat-no water, hence to waste. Sealshipt Oysters are the standard of value. \Wh:en you pay less you get less. Come into our store and see for yourself how we handle Sealshipt Oysters. WAhile there, ask for a free copy of Mark Twasn's Oyster Story which contains scores of appetizing recipes. Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. Imported and ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 March 1911

~A cJSEARKIGHTV FRANK . Is Pm, . , C' EPITOME OF EVENIS BENERAL NEWS AND NOTES i FRESH FROM THE WIRL , WIE STORY II A NUTSHELL Embracing a Condeneation of Events In Which Readers Generally Are More or Lees Concerned. Washington. Irmocrats look for aO extra sesslon of congress and are making prepara .ions acc-rdingly. The senate defeated the i-rsolutlon , twoposing an amendment to the con stitutlon to provide that seinators be lected hv direct vote of the people. Representative S. I Smlith has re ~sgned as a member of the monetary wommission and Repres, ntative J. P. tMclachlia of California. who was not " "e-elected to the house. bas been ap a pointed to succeed hin. Secretary of the Interior itallinger fixed. untli further notice, at $2 per e acre the charge for operating and maintenance by the government of lands served by the Okantgatn irriga- t tion project. Washington The mints will stop making gold coins asu oon as President Taft signs the bill which congress has passed permit...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 March 1911

C.. r7) Or aqerqs . f:'ZdU* A-i 1 1i5 capital of the United states of Venezuela deserves to be known better than It is as one of the most charmlng cities to visit and one of the most hacnthful and pleasant places of resi dence on the American continent. In the torrid some and at no excessive elevation, only about 3,000 feet, it en joys an almost entire springtime the year around. There is no winter; at the coldest it never approaches near er than 30 detrees to frost. There Is a touch of summer at times, but not the sweltering heat of the tropics nor even the heat of our Atlantic sea board cities of the Unlted States. One may sail around the world, but nowhere else will he find so bold a abore as that presented to the Carb llvar's Statue, Bellvar Square, bean on the north coast of Venezmela Into the vicinity of Caraas. Here the coast range of mosntalas rise stralght up from the sea from a mle to a rle and three-quarters in height. The val ley Is only three or four allee bread. is wat...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 March 1911

S7r rclhhtt. cc aned May 51,. aOs. 4a Send-Class t Mater. Poslel af CUlbiefro. Mont. Under Act of Coegree of March 9. sS79 " FRANK S. REED. Editor and'Proprietor. Terms-I advance. per year ........ on Advertiag Rates, very reasonable. s ll be 0 feraished on application at this office TIE FIRST REUIBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO, MONT.1 The County Printing Bids for the County printing for O!. en suing year were opened by the county commissioners yesterday afternoon. There were sis bid submitted. vii. " he Malta Enterprise.- the Valley County News the Montaea Citizen. the Yellowstone News. the Republican and the Searchlight After figuring all the afternoona pon the various percentages the hoard elhnlnated four of the papers as bing higher than the other two, the Searchlight and the Re publican being the lowest. The proposi tion was put up to the two editors to de cide the matter between themselves, and the usual method of deciding a tie was resorted to with the result that the edit...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 March 1911

1311 Try our fancy Sextette Chocolate Hot drinks of all kinds At McCormack's ~urn~i**: · Rournd Shoulders A ig o OldAg It it possible for everuy wernta to have that erett, ewannaatduºg, graitful appearava typical ..f the perfctLy luylhcled ruawuaz. SHOUILC.P BRACES c.. rzt~any trtudenc t , 1" rruue r",w * . .eall I:.h. a t i1 IL,.qi..rIab1r.t."h .-.. tI I.: j I * ..1 I i."tu. .. t at, I hr. :k c. I *.s..v 1,." %%,ra. uitl .. .a.ark, ut.a. " t.rvpt c t 3..1 a. " t. ua~a I c..rr " .- .ti r t . t r eqeall ha. b:ajct.aI I.e a,.u.. a..auaaa a.rc1,11.1. All et.--ju.ra.! .er hat Pric, $1.00 The Valley Drug Co. W. A. Huxag. Prep. Peter Manron came down from Plenty wood on the stage Tuesday. I. M. Fleischman of Sheep Creek was in town Monday and called at this obffce. John B. Scott. of Froid. was in Culbert sne last Saturday sad rmenewed his sub scription to the Searchlight. Mr. and Mrs. T. 1. Hocking speat Sun dtay and Monday with relativel at Itoford. returing home Monday aight jesa Thomas...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 March 1911

23 TEARS e mrum Mrt st. I. Pourland. SBan Sab. Teza4 writes: "or twean ty-three year I was a con atant sufferer from chronio catarrh. Ihbad a severe mis ery and burn ing in the top ot my bad. There was al most a con tinual drop ping of mucue nto mythroat. which caused frequent es pec to ration. bly entire sys temrn gradually became in* rolved. and ay condltIn Ms. J. AH. lwI grew worse. I had an incessant cough and frequent attacks of bilious colic, from which It seemed I could not recover. My bowels also became affected. causing alarming attacks of hemorrhages. I tried many remedies, whlch gve only temporary relief or no relief at aD. I at last tried Peruna, ad In three days I was re lieved of the bowel derangement. After using fve bottles I was entirely cured. I most cheerfully recommend the use of PeeIna to any eme amilarly saLicted." NO STOP. la - it Ticket Collector-We don't stop here, sir. Montague Swank (who has just given up a ticket)-Stop where? Ticket Collector-At the pawnb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 10 March 1911

IATIOI moi~oi Cw~i by IJ L ý.rl~~lr srlfi I , * Vqiig. Cursuii u wl oIsual eSs. 3mo tsstlsm~~ noeth. abýVSpove vs - firn suM mlan btarb thuusbctselosbot Mhae=yIL~ U. Phakham' Vm isp5Ub NiilnE the i I WHO · Deme am shi ti m: eut. er mt. WOMEN zrtt - tr..B-- In AND a wwambl Pest whoa the akwm s 515 st of Dserae oresmi. P~er >wr mks r.eK nAllt druua . t la.; mmaOt O true. ab ' m bt Kilmer. r Ow. al hsmu.. 3. SBZJLII - O--- . O - Ou Reesae Enough. A aegro near Xmi. O., had been arrested for chticken stealing. He had stolea so many that his crime had be come grand lareny. He was tried sad oavicted. and broest In for sentece. "Have you any reason to oRer why the Judgment of the court should aot be passed upon your he was asked. "Well. ledge" he replied, "I caln't go to jail now nohow. I'm bulldin' a shack out yonder, an' I Jus' cala.t g till I sit it done. You kin sholy see dat."-Phlladelphla 8aturday Eveslnn Post Work and Marriage. In the New York courts recently a girl, aged 17, on 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. — 10 March 1911

' Deputy Tart nm Sto Catiam Charles Winfield, alias Kid Y Trailer, who was convicted in the United States for horse stealing is and who is wanted in Canada to h answer the same charge, is now on his way across the border. Gil if Stout, the chief deputy United States marshall, and Sergeant f, Qnayle of the Canadian mounted r police left Fargo Tuesday, with ° Trailor in their custody for the king's domain. Trailor fought extradition very h hard and it'was through a legal fight that he was finally forced to go over to Canada to answer the charges against him there. lie is alleged to have worked on the bor der for some time and in a most succeslsul manner, but the hop, skip ano. jump stunt finally landed him in the toils and he will pro bably have a government contract at Edmonton for some time to come. ---Stanley Sun. If you have trouble in getting rid of your cold you may know that you are not treat ing it properly. There is no reason why a cold should hang os for weeks and it will no...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 March 1911

''o VOL. IX. NO. 48. CULDERtION. VALLEY COUNTY. T]ANA, FRIDAY, MARCH 17. 1911. 1-o P2 R 00 p$ WALL PAPER Our new wall paper is in stock and ready for inspection. We have a larger and better stock than ever before. See our remnants f o r BARGAINS THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. EVALLEY MEAT MAlKET ealshpt. YoU WILL l'I Sealshpt SURPRISE) Oysters when You See HAVE i'HlE TANG( Sealshipt 01 THE SE A Oysters More surpris.ed- and delighted wh.len r on taste thenm. In buaing Sealshlipt ()vateri )On get nothing but plump, solid oyster m,-ar--no water, hence r o waste. Sealshipt Oysters are the standard ol value. \\hen )oru pay less you get less. Comle into our store and see for yourself how we handle Sealshipt Oysters. While there, ask for a free copy of Mark Twain'. O( ster Story which contaiins scoresof appetizing recipes. Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. I Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. S.uccss...s to Frmek It pS e Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 March 1911

THlE SEARQCHLGHT FRAsNK R. IRU , Pi. OUIEIRTISO, * IONTANA. HEWS OF THE WEEK tONDENSATIONS OF GREATER OR LESSER IMPORTANCE. ! BO111S OWll OF EVENTS National. Political, Personal and Other Matters In Brief Form for All Classes o Readers Washington. The senate defeated the r, oilution proposing an amendment to the con .tiitutioa to provide that senators be elected by direct vote of the people. Representative 8. t'. Smith has re signed as a member of the montetary commission and Representative J. P. .McLachlin of California. who was not re-elected to the house. lass been ap pointed to succeed him. Secretary of the Interior Itallinger fixed, until further notice. at $2 per acre the charge for olperating and mnaintenance by the government of lands served by the O)kanltgan irriga tion project, Washington. The mints will stop making gold coins as soon as Pr...ident Taft signs the bill which congress has Ipa.sed permitting tthe secretary of the treasury to issue icold certificates against g...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 17 March 1911

yYu 14 #A.' 4i cr .h'rtACs. ~ ROWING more voracious each day, its resistleiss tentacles constantly reaching Into new districts for victims, the great Chinee plague is gradually leaving behind it a trail of death and disaster, and apparently defying the eRorts of both Chinese and forelgn physideian to check it. The fatal peat Is the "black death," and it Is sweep lag through Chlna In Its most mallg nant form. No cripples or convales cents are left In its trail, nothing but death. For It proves fatal In a very few hours to each person it lays its hand on. There is no middle ground with this dreaded pest. It is either escaping It altogether or death. The Oriental plague is numbering Its victims by scores of thousands; it will not be long until It Is by bun ireds of thousands. At Harbin. Man churia, 4,00 bodies of victims were burned and the ashes buried on the ,utskirts of the city. Forty-eight hun Ired of these came from the ChInese tectlon of the city and the balance 'rom the Russian...

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 March 1911

e Searchlight.i -- 1 t Saital May t.. as SeSond-Cl. Mailer. PoateSom at Culbertaon. Mont. Under Act of Congrms of March g. 3879 FRANK S REED. Editor sad'Proprietor. Terms--l advecae, par yr ........ $ no0 Advertising Rates, very reasonable, will be fIrnished on application at this office. TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Notice of election of school trustee' on Saturday. April tat appears in this paper this week. Two trustees are to be elected, one for two years in plate of I). %.. Moot hart, who is now in the new I cane Valley district, and one for three years in place of John Forsyth whose term expires. Noml nations may be made by any hve qualihied electors, by a statement in writing signed by them. These nomination certificate' or petitions most be turned over to If. I . Ed moods, clerk of the rchool btxard at least tive days before the election. h(,o o.1, pist one on the Ibhool house door where the election will take place and too more in consp. t S places...

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 March 1911

if0 unaban. mamt Esnt 1911 Try our fancy Sextette Chocolate Hot drinks of all kinds At McCormack's& Always look and act successful. To day, personal appearance goes a long way and no one can be careless re garding the impression they create. It requires a stretch of imagination to believe a stoop-shouldered fellow posessed of much energy. SHOULDER BRACES Ofer you the beat p.wible assistanac in crreetlig any inclination to round ,or stoping shoulders and, by conpelling del breathing, add to the general halth ..f the wearer. This brace may be worn without di. ,enmfort, has no metal parts to bind or chafe and dws o,t inlterfere with the .inmulatioa. We have the Rexall Brace in all sides for men, women and ehildren --give us your chest mreaurement. Price, $1.00 The Valley Drug Co. W. A. Ntxsol. Prep. "TH E PARRY CAR: * HANDSOME POWERFUL DURABLE * Price $1350.00 * Guaranteed for Life S ''There is albsolutely no question but that the PARRY is * the best vahlue for 191 Compare PARRY sp...

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 March 1911

CHICK IT IN TIMLR 1ew people reallas the grave da 5r of neglecting the kidaes. The slghtest kidney trouble may be Na twre's warning of dropsy, diabetes or dreaded Brlght's die ease. It you have any kidney symptom, be gin uslng Doan's Kid ney Pills at once. Mrs. Sarah A. Black. 304 8. Douty St.. Han ford. Cat., say: "Pie ture me lying crip pled with Indflammatory rheumatism and stricken with dropsy, not able to more even with crutches. Such was my condition when I began using Dean's Kidney Pills. Fblks In Han ford know bow bad of I was and I must give Doan's Kidney Pills full credit for my wonderful recovery." Remember the name-Dosa's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. ., FAMILY PRIDL Irt. Stork-And how are we get ting on with our studies, ErnestineT Have you been promoted to the fly ing lass yet? Little Miss Quacker-Oh, no, pro fessor. Mother has decided that I shall not take that course. She says anybody can fly-but only the best families take...

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 March 1911

bsII. -' Tme hr pet at leavamlug Pass. par. Tmr re - Tmr Ow pilty. griedyr~d, Yeen r.o~o That hCalu..t. Try k N m Is the bah r ..et bl erl b kil. = 06 1101 09 .oomanmIl -r tha high. -d b~(S hew6r Cahut- Ia Ybih I. quality - o "Cmada imia . ncoat. Wmna wi Food~or STONE MOVED BY THE SUN Immesms Man of Granite In Ohio COemteryr Undero" Ourlona Revolutions. An Interesting object is to be seen in a cemetery of Ohlo-a large rae Ite stone weighing two tons. in the shape of a ball. which is gradually turning on its axis. During the last five years. so it is said. this ball has turned a fraction over 13 inches. When the ball was placed in position an unpolished spot siex Inches in diam eter was purposely left in the socket of the pedestal whereon it rested. A little later it was noted with astonish ment that this spot was turning up ward on the south side of the monu ment. This curious revolution of the polished ball, to lift which would re quire a large derrick, is supposed to be due to the...

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

7 1 CHICAGO STORE S. H. Ords, Mgu. r --- ~ Ik,--I Our Spring is ow arriving and soon will be complete is all of our depart meats of DRY CGOODS. CLOTHING and SHOES tor Ladies, Gents and Childres. Thanks to theelortsof our Mr. (;or don in Chicago we have now the most *m favorable opportuaities to ofaer at all times the biggest values in all classes of Merchandise. WVe call your special r. attention to this lot that |Mr. (;ordon N btought in Chicago from several LanL rupt sales, which we have non on ale. inc Apron Gingham ..........5P 15c solid color dress.gingham , and cambrics....... ..... · C)c 50oc and 75c remnants of fine dress goods............... .k Largest size Rugs from q to 12 ft.......from $2.91. tu(4;.7.5 .. Smyrna Rugs, 3ox6o inch.", i heavy reversable in either Animal or Oriental dlesigns. regular $4. So quality... 141 .19. LaI.ies Spring dresses in white atnl L colors, latest styles........ Q ............ $1..: to :1.!)91 Ladies' waists in white, black 4) and all colors,...

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

- - - - 'F- - - - If _ _ yin . . N. 49, CULBERTOLt, VALLEYT COUNTY. A. FRIDAY, MARCH 24. 19:1__ i1.oo PER YIAR Our new wall paper Is than ever before. See o u r remnants f o r BARO AINS THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Sealshipt YOU WILL BE Sealshpt SURPRISEDI) Oysters When You See HAVE THE TANG Sealshlpt OF THE SEA Oysters More surprised and delighted . .hen %ou taste them. In bu)ing Sealshipt Oysters you get nothing but plump, solid oyster meat-no water, hence to waste. Sealshipt Oysters are the standard of valise. \When you pay less you get less. Come into our store and see for 'ourself how we handle Sealshipt Oysters. WVhile there, ask for a free copy of Mark Twamn's Oyster Story which contains scores of appetizing recipes. Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. i Palace Saloon I SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. * t "Puccesess t. Freak Stet.m Imported and Domestic Wines, | Liquors and Cigars. 1 0 Family trade, Picnic parties, hunting and Fishing part...

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 March 1911

SlMUK S r.p. .11L o u _. . ONTAN EPITOiEUF EVENTS GENERAL NEWS AND NOTES FRESH PROM THE WIRE. THE STORY II A NUTSHELL Embracing a Condensation of Events In Which Readers Generally Are More or Lees Conerned Washington. Secretary of War Dickminson con ferred at length with the board of directors of the Panama railroad conlpany. The members of the United States section of the joint boundary commis sion between the United States and Canada held its first meeting. elect ing Former Senator Thomas 1. C'arter of Montana, and L W. Busby. secre tiry. A reorganization of the army along broad lines is under consideration by the war department. Tihe central idea of the new plan. which is yet In the formative stage. -ontemplates the a sembling of several brigades of troops in various parts of the country and giving as many general oficers as possible actual field command. Prellmlnary returns of the national banks made in response to the call for rondition on March 7. indicate a gen eral expansion...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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