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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 24 March 1911

Sa t4I_Gfosts " -.mahssg Arus£tsree. cllMated smmr aNstammsrt of rvls or auw had o. sed her par a eme.a s ar e t ere n. msps Ia athe ne man edagh to sa ..eat He was i the moarbt ada Of ms eW did her slajous . No wiMow aver I the malbt. HiIt it ^ 5that wom esstse a me a Irriag, it a ma.atter dof - b to tha p. They dMk a pim to sad l.r twe oame to do it is a mat tar to o a th e m It was b s that the widow Arm s.i was leake spas with mor by several mm. Thonr rm the pl ae Mtear that ern dowse bum Oe'slm Tvry two or three meathe - hi remade oa the velages she adso SHaso but h a.e aed. ad imm ad ra opers with her. He had beg hair asir w es m sad dandruf a his coat collar, Oa he bad throws sut bleSs that his artistic soul eaged for a mate. Thes there was the sewlag machiMe m so dasdru. , but he aid his good poanlate. He had committed paioges ao pages at Shakespeare to memory, aad etween the way he could spout the msa repair a sewlag machl e was nmenth.ag to make a widow sit up Wad thigh Ae...

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 March 1911

Mielle eearcui.ghMt. Under Act t Ceaues od Marh O9. 579 FRANK S. RZ , ED. ditor adPropriese. Trrme-- ad ae, Per ea........ $s o Advertisig aes ver reoable, will be forlis.ed applicatie. at this ofice TIE FIIST REFIULICAN PAE STARTES IN VALLEY CO., MINT. The citizes of Culbertsol are pretty well stirred up over the methods adopted by certain parties ia trying to get Mayor Mathews ousted as Uiteld States Commis soier is Celbertssa. The stheme seems tobe toset Mr. Mller appointed is his place, sad as Mr. Coolter is already U. S. Commissiieer, the firm of Coulter A Miller. lasd ead real estate dealers, would have a monopoly. The same tactics have been eoa 'cceeeoflly need i tryilg to get C. S. Stalord senad as postmaster and Mr. Ceolser appasted in his place The rcit aens are certalaly getting tired of such methods. The city electiae this year is not as yet cansag sauy very coesiderable interest. No Oemiation papers have as yet been bled nor primaries betd. Neither has any rail for prim...

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 March 1911

**ksr. Eap setlp. . Try our fancy Saxttte Chocolate Hot drinks of all kinds At McCormack's Strg, Well-frmed HeIthy Chithe By far the larger pearestag of pl moury ailmenats saris th a habit of stooping, cotrma.ed iO chidhood. which pFveats proper breathlag. If you have a child who shows a ten dee toward "ma.d" or tooping shoul ders it is your duty to take every means pomilie to correct this fault. SHOULDER BRACES will prove of araluabie assistance to you as they compel a natural erect car riage. which means prper breathinr. and if dome in time will incline your chirldren to become perfectly fonned, healthy mnes and women. We have this brace in sins suitable f.ar the child ,f four years or the adult a .rghinyg . poeuds. Being made en tlrely of cloth it In esily washable and amu be w.e., without discomfort. Price, $100 The Valley Drug Co. W. A. .unroll. Prep. fTH E PARRY CAR:, * HANDSOME POWERFUL DURABLE SPrice $S130.00 * * Uuaranteed for Life , -S "There is absolutely no question but ...

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 March 1911

Prmpeis Kem wn 1r Meau~s aer mta Laes eemUa. a to ro. s Idrus.t. nd oat -ur ear Tal iorias aul ritE le l at throats Piesamtioneo. aw half a"o a1 pv tpf . .y en aweo Te ke of tto - tr a attar eas al a at iher ame to chld rea a nol Al (e mo " asehbai oase atts e lepe a imw-top aind aout eat tock he . rl l r li -e rarhis wholesal herle a er iles goal twb olete a k ttl. alas with unoerala wiatune. It 1s ic RIGHT THERE. t -Palpa s~as I muan't encour age you. Henry--That's all light-i don't need any encouraement. CURE THAT SORE THROAT Sore throat 1i inlammatlo of the .ocous membrane of the throat, and If this membrane iappena to be at al enslttveo a predliposltko to sore throat will exi Paxtae Toilet bAtlae to aboth a preventatvoe and a eure for sore throat becanse It possesses extraoi Pdnary cleanng healing and erm cIdal qualities. Just a Uittle In a glass of water, used as a gargleo, wil quick. ly relieve all orenees and etregthe the mucous mmbora of the thromat and thus oversome all te...

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 March 1911

YaoT i ,w m L. '4" a T oafr a MIL E oo. , - vem mdes At ýrme glets M .8sat sad degar n.lu Tea Mw ho e a a s bikote ~ t weew M-_" b trI t i. n u* t., Wo .r Make d**" "WaeW up caln. sy the burgbr. ahaklag the ma by tthe eholaer The - wahes p, and jamps Ap too. "I wet tre is bes las' week a' get pPs -. a bum mli watb.' sa plael the burglar; "am' P papers asi dat eu sma your o m was $14 as Jolry to the amonat o' Ae or sl3 humiral." "Well, make good, port. Me pearJn -wr dat was watcha' om ie outade made me cough up Id dilfrmoe tweem what I got ca what you msmi I got. Now, you got to make gooa You cuat beat me dat way."-Judoge Library. Eaeoraga the Seya. Who a 'boy presents a Iea that is Saslle, pat him an the Iack and encourage him, and be will develop a love for agrelt. and beoame the prMe oa yerw heart in your desa yearts and will love the homes a-t the farms that you have worked - hard to pay for. If farming has not paid la your csaq by all means give the boy a chance to begin without...

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 March 1911

llICAJI jSTORE . M. Orvws Mg. r s leech is -w ars lss sem Se semsplse b all e ar dspart ..s 1o DrY GOODS, CLOTHING adi SHOES tar Ladies, Geots and Thebks to theelort of ear Mr. Gor dae is Chicago we have now the most favorable opportunities to oler at all times the biggest valses is all classes of Merchandise. We call year special attestion to this lot that Mr. Gordos beghbt in Chicago from several beak rapt sales, which we have now as sale. -oc Apron Gingham .......... c 15c solid color dress gingham and cambrics............. 9 c oc anti 75c remnants of fine dress goods ...............21 Largest size Rugs from q to 12 It.......from 9$.98 to.6.75 Smyrna Rugs, 3ox6o inches, heavy reversible in either Animal or Oriental designs, regular $4.50 quality.... 1.914 Ladies Spring drebses in whit' andl Scolors, latest styles........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . l 1. 5 to t:I .9 . Ladies' waists in white, black and all colors, in washable goods and silks at prices ranginl.... from )Oc to :3..15 ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 March 1911

.2-T. - -.~ - -.il s - . . t kg· -V I VO-X O . UDRTOS ALYcUT. ANA, FPRIDAY, MARCH ja. agat Saz.oo PER YEARI rot.. ;X O o U.9-IIN A~, I ,U.I.., WALL PAPER Our new wall paper is in stock and ready for inspection. We have a larger and better stock than ever before. See o u r remnants f or B A ROAI NS THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. HUXSOL, PROP. m~l -- 4. ARE YOU A HAM ? If not you can get the best iam & Bacon as well as everything else " in Meat line at VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. I Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Fishing parties supplied. A panoi f the trade of the peblic is s.pectfaUlly solicit.d Culbertson. . Montana S. NOTICE .. ITO THE PUBLICi To set at rest the different rumors that are afloat i in the community in regard to changes of ownership 0 of this Bank we wish to state that there will be o * NO CHANOB " * and that we will continue to do...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 March 1911

THE SEARcIUJGHT FRANK S mm, PU m mTRUY.. . ONTANA. EPITOME OF EVENTS GENERAL NEWS AND NOTES FRESH FROM THE WIRLE. THE STORY II A NUTSHELL Embraclng a Condensation of Events in Whleh Readrs OGenerally Are More or Lees Concerned. Washington. President Taft lately held a cordial Ilterview with the Japan-se anebas sador. Baron Uchlda. whom he sent for to felicitate with him ulpon the ratification of the new treaty between this country and Japan. Declaration of the entirely pacific intentions of the administration to ward all the world and a tribute to the bravery and self-sacrtflce of the south are the features of a letter ad dressed by Secretary of War .i. M. Dickinson, hblmself a southerner, to an organizatlon of confederate veterans In Fort Worth. Tea., which offered its servlce as Infantry to "our , ontlufon country." More than eighty state bank' in Oklahoma are asking to be takten into the national bank system and trj,:. ury omficials attribute the. situailtion to the new state ban...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 March 1911

Money and Marriage By MAUDE PARSONS •W~b~wrrurr' |-ut' wulh Wmlm Dougias, manager of Theraurook, strode to the telegose ln rang three times. A lovely uloi with a little yawn to It, aa "May I see you a few momets, Mhs Aaer" queried Douglass. "It a matter of Importance." "Y', Wmilam," returned the lovely voicela "Ome right over." Ane Thosateoa, owner of Thorny brok, swaIted the manager ta a sundsted room la the handsome old bmse. Miss Thornteo was good to look upem. In a raed tralttla mornng gowa, an with dewy eyes that looked forth contentedly e a pleamst wero, she was ravishtng Or a thought William Douglas, anyway. Wilisam was In love with his employer. His homely, trustworthy face was pale sand his eyes were dark-dlnged. He bad not slept much for two nights.trying to decide on just what he was goplg to say. Now he found his speech uriously hard to deliver. "Mis Aane," he began. "Yes," encouraged MiNs Anne. in a tone of voice she reserved for Douglass alone. "I am golng-I have decid...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 March 1911

The Searchlight. Oeered May s.l. i9o.. as %ecuad 'lasi MaItit. Post'recel at 'aertsoan. Mont I)Uder Art of a'ongres of Marchi 9. t79 1 FRANK S HIEEIL. Editor and PI'roptrat Terms- Itn advanae, per year ....... .nn Advertistag Kates. very remaonable will be furaisbed on application at Ibis dllce TEE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO, MONT. The Irl4,trr.~Ing~rri in..r 4 ),aatr-t `a%-@ the laIt of ii. h cr4irs of l'.1:tti taiitiilitrt iin~lr thi. amaspa. cs Ol the (loud S14.-fllwf4 Gutild~ Isct slotida tig.ht. atil as we ,ire.lirtcd l it wa". tilr ueIsi of te lot Ilirr was niot a dilIl Imomnwit i.Irmny, t he i two 1houIr: oi the prigrot~ti. L).trtmg aln IntrltIriim11fio l(ev. R. I. Cook w hial i tiiidr a slhrt sprcel IIIIt wh." ale- IninG lU Orrlallge ,u1ul1e-i hi. liitan tl.rl.** (00 S'ie1ihic.lrlll lrnls for the far iuiiiiii winter f . n 1Il let a prfic-' (ii five ,.ttrtt.iiiitiuiits watfi a 5tJsiuli tf. krI l"11 $J.5u.. 11 vi"led ( ilrrsuitS will s44f4'iri hr laur sCiu oil...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 March 1911

I"a, f prmut Try our fancy Sexttte Chocolate Hot drinks of all kinds At McCormack's *ee= asese asesese Here is a Shoolder Brace that makes the etrrction of any incline tion to mnnun or stooping shoulders an easy matter SHOULDER BRACES have been proaommean by explert to be the solution of the shoulder br.:e dii 'alty. Being contnructed entirely , cloth and with no metal p.Lrt to bind or rhafre they do ot L, .e one that tru.a.uri - :i"a 'atiom th~at am :lp,:anle the wearing , f the Ina;tl br e,. nor i it pao.ible for tha..m to interfere with the citrulation,. The Restll P:r.i.e may be worn by either sex and w e have themr in all siae suitable for the naild of four ye-ar' or the adlu weighing three hatdra.l iau.dd. Your ch.,-t muasuremnrt I. all that i, earMrart to lWoperty fit ya.0,. W h.,L. the exluve agency for this city. Pric., $1.00 The Valley Drug Co. W. A. tnursol, Prop. """""""")OO.@@.@e " "e"ee @O@"O"IO@OqeOO@" ICULBERTSON TAILORING CO. * SAM J. FRYHLINO. lanager SiSuits made ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 March 1911

AhNZ J&SEPH AND Hs Unr r icr s *P-A NA ACEI) empreror d!li',. alone on gold plate froml the famous service whose central decor tire piece is worth $15.000. There Is only one guest, a general aid de camtp or high fmdllial of the co.:rt The proudesr zmn;a:lr'ch of Europe is alone a!th one guest Eti quette demands it There are eight s,-rsices Ilofburg ceremony does not permit less. Five gorgeous flunkeys to pale blue, pink and gold serve two men There have been no flowers on the table since the tragic death of the Empress Elisa beth; but the lights of uax candles glint the golden service and the rare wines In cut glass, they ft from his. oric tapestries to carved wood furni ture and panels such as no museum possesses and make dancing shadows !a the distant corners. There are faint. mysterlous noises in the Hofburg. as of furtive steps up secret stairways in the walls, and :here are silences In which you feel eyes peeping through holes. The great palace has an Invisible popula tion ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 March 1911

x R I AL 1STORY MUD TM WWwUI by o'.w.e tug? s tb.NsL o.. ..ý -Y OIs m ~ Few Uubtm - . M~Su~a~,r Pt th ho~.o to-r ofW th CHAPTR -C IM tined. At her door she wa welcomed with eathsiasm. Miss Cynthia Page stood a the top step, in her arms a baby who was uttering a protest against the world in geeral. sad Miss Cyn thia In particular. In such a sta cato volume of voice that his dise aould but be a surprise to the beholder. On the floor hi eacet counterpart, exept Ia the matter ao -that a ooterpart beag of the toe* known ta some walks of life as rd gold bat celled ao the Blud "car roty"--at with solemn eye chewingta a string and clutching determinedly at the bhem o Miss Cynthia's white linen skirt with grimy hands. Just behind him a pinkclad little bunch had succeeded In squirming between the pickle barrel and a large bushel basket of snap-bean, and only the hind quarters mad tea pink toes of the explorer evidenced her whereabouts. Prom a certain ecstatic wave of one leg it might be suspe...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 31 March 1911

THE CHICAGO STORE C lbertaes, Meotasu S. MH. (rns. Mgr. Our Spring Stocrk is ow arriving and soon will be complete in ael of our depart meats of IRY (;OO)DS, CLOTIIN(;G and SHOES for Ladies, ;ents and Children. I hanks to thereortsof our Mr. (;or don in Chicago we have now the most favorable opportunities to oiler at all times the biggest values in all classes of Merchandise. We call your speilal attention to this lot that Mr. (.ardhn bought in Chicago from seseral tbank rups sales. which we have n,.w n an. J,, Apron (;ingha:n ..........." 5'" solid color dlre. s ginghamI anti cantlrics.............. .9' c 50C atdl1 75C remntants of litn dr "s goods.............. k Largest size Rugs from q to 12 Itt......frotm $2.98 t:,il.;.·7 Smyrna Rugi, 3oxbo iunclh", he'..'V reversilile in tilii'r Anmtal or ( rienltal ".isit s-. regtl i, $- 50 htplhlY.. 141 ..14 L.at. h ",pting ,Ir, sse. in whit .n.l color", . I.t-est sid .. ..... .... .....11.'3 t, 34:. .5.' I.:aldr' waists in w hit. 1,1.Il k ....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 April 1911

Ilirst iei~l 'Libra'), V 1X Nr ' TNV YCN N AF Y. A 7 VOL. IX. NO. ~. . CULBERIITSQO, VALLEY COUNTY. M&NTANA. FRIDAY, APRIL 7. ,gt . Ss.oo PER YIAI . . . . . . . . .. . . . . ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . . .. ... . . .. .. . .. . . . . . . . . .. .. .. . ..... . . . WALL PAPER Our new wall paper is in stock and ready for inspection. We have a larger and better stock than ever before. See o u r remnants f o r BARGAINS THE VALLEY DRUG CO. W. A. tUXSOL, PROP. ARE YOU A HAM ? If not you can get the best H lam & Bacon as well as everything else A' in Meat line at VALLEY M EAT M ARKET Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. Palace Saloon " SVOIBOI)A & MAXIM. Proprietors. " * `Scua.f.r. t. " ream %4ep *. Imported and Domestic Wines, 0 0 Liquors and Cigars. * " Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and a * * e Fishing parties supplied. 0 0 0 0 0 0A porlien of the Irade of the Srpuhtlr is repeatlflly qolicil ed 0 * * * SClbertson. . ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 April 1911

THE sEARCJGTIr I • • IDO4.---. EPITOME OF EYVENITS GENERAL NEWS AND NOTES FRESH FROM THE WIRE. THE STORY IN A NUTSHELL Embracing a Condenietlon of Events |n Which Readers Generally Are Moe ore Le Cenoerned. Washington. A new counterfelt ten dollar notel n photograph production of the buIffalc note, cleverly executed. was annunlel ed by the secret service. V.. R. Colton, governor of I'ortc Iico. Failed for home. He will go tc HWashington to consult with i'resident Taft and the war department with reference to the affairs of the island. After a conference of two days with the currency commission of the \nmerica bankers' as·sociation, the monetary commission adjournled to meet at the call of ('hairman Aldrich. In recognition by the U'nited States co\trnment of isla north Iipol achiie ment. Robert E. Peary was commis sioned a "civil engineer of the noay with the rank of rear admiral ,on the retired list." A system of smuggling tor; frm Canada. In which innocent ptrha;s Srs in the United...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 April 1911

r.ý e ............, iý .. - - ý r rr M ý EE.2 w 'ý t' Ed (ý; '. A 1 yýy ýý / ..4 ,77 1 i / ý ao the plague, Ia rest famine is sweFepg ovr the Chineo. - pr, and the victim of the dual peretin an ow Rs owed by the tes .ot thoueanda. The plague is had enough. but the famine will be teOn time wore. Already hundreds are dying from lack t food,. yet thee hundreds will nmIhe thou sads sad tLeas 0 thossands before the frst scanty rice crop furnishes relief. Prom the rollef committees of the Interior comes word that one mll liHon people will die before the fest crop in harvested. Even this will be scanty. bhecase the people have not the strength to till the soil and no anlmals remanl for plowing. It is estlmated that 2.000.000 people are without food. They are existing an roots, grasses or anything that atf fords the sllhtest possibllty of nour ishment. Those possesintg grain guard It day and nlght. Missionaries who are distributing relief tell of many tragic ocenrances-s man on his way to m...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 April 1911

The Searc ght. IatKred May 2, tgoa. as Second LGass Mater. Postnltce at albertson lont. Under Act of ('oagrle of March eq, S-q FRANK S. REED. Editbr and Proprator Terms- In advance, per year . ... Advertising Rates very reasnnable w.ll be fornished oi application at thls oite TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. One of our brother editors callrl "sr at tension last week to the fact that the Searchlight was ax in esposing cr,ske i ness that was hurtful to, our town .soad tllr munts s.o we hase started in on the rinrurl of our U. S. Commissioner ('oulte: .,I h" own invltation rather vigorousyhl exre,-. e. There as no malice intended in the arts le on another page of this palar, ut swe would seriomsly ask our reader, to unsil r whether such a man should hie Lepl ,n ;aln office of tlrust, where the title to youlr .rcry homes may be in the balance Cultertslon has recently had an exarple of the ,l.,u,.it of trusting a man 3f douhtful hltsanr".. r. putation in our abhsco...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 April 1911

S]perlsdy en W o. wersmenet aportss Sesdt Awari x.. Vr._-- b . I st. ."d. CARELPSSNESS is the reason why many people do not put their valuables-jewels, bherlooms, ntes, deeds, wills late our salsty deposit vaults. ARE YOU CARBLBSSt Our vaults are absolutely sateagalnst tire and burglars and it will cost you only $.So and up to rent a box In our saety depost vaults fer a whole year. Then you can deep well or leave home knowIng you are sate agaInst fire Thd e burglars. The First National Bank. St. Paul Hotel (NBAR THE DEPOT W. M. Min0tas. Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Flne airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. Montana Beer Hall PRANK STBPIBNS, Prepritor Wines a- Liquors ieprtad and Deme.tic Cigars Prm L.gers er PFamily Use a Specalty. SIs. dNo for e SubLcrbe Now for The Searchl ght M, e-I eiA a MMfa.o t kvs iggM r jma. M w l ah aw a ~me .w .uhgm : 1ma ae cr . ir-/ a wg tt a Whet ae0 I wIM r: e U, w aMt re .-4..et "'tr a w ag" saMl the ul ar. 1-- IOe git a weel ."--a nt A 4000 SUIS ...

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

NDTeacher Has Never Whipped a Pupil Teacher Has Never Whipped a Pupil SPRINGFIELD. MO.-Nearly 90 years old, with 48 years of teaching to her credit, Mrs. Mary S. Boyd. the plo seer school teacher of the Ozarks is still engaged In Instilllng into the mnlds of youth the first elements of learning in one of Bpringfield's public schools. 'If there is one thing In the Ameri can public school of which I disap prove," Mrs. Boyd tells her friends, "it Is corporal punishipent. "1I remember very distinctly how. when a young girl going to school in a log cabin schoolhouse. I sat in my seat. frozen with terror, whenever the seboolmaster chastised an unruly pu pil. Even when I was nearly grown, the sight of a pupil being punished made me feel sick and faint. How greatly I feared the slender birch switch, a whole bundle of which stood In the schoolroom. "I began teaching school in Spring field In 1962. hefore the terrible war had begun. I have trained probably four generations from that time to t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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