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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 April 1911

II 9 * . &.nabg .pril 9tll Try our fancy Sextette Chocolate SHot drinks'of all kinds At McCormack's unt 1m let n ol Any wonman s ,u dc-ires to do so may ea-ily over.' me asty Itedency to round -houlders by giving the matter proper attention. \'ie have the sole agency for a shoulder I,rAce that corrects anly such tendency :lhot ,lit.,nltfo:t to the Scarer. It is Snitulctd rntirrly .if 1f , will notbiad ui chafe and may I wrl at all times without iitu lnvelnien e. SHOULDER BRACES comps I drrep re.,thi * and by so doing misure the I.ner ,i r,,,,d health of the Arater. Fr mantll. tolen and childsee Price, $1.00 The \'alley I)rug Co. W. A. Huxsol. Prop. Culbertson, Mont. .ea....eeee.eee..eeeseweeee........... : CULBERTSON TAILORING CO. * SAM J. FRYHLINO. manager * " * Suits made to order in thit latet s labrics and fashions. * --- -------S " \ large line of samples are now on display. LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CLOT'HES CLEANED, 0 REPAIRED AND PRfESsEbl I:IHST-CLASS \VORK GI:ARANI'EEI,....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 April 1911

SPINSTER LOSES HER TEETH So Astray In Maps ad'Lady Puts Up to the Petmuastr A Jersey spaster hatrasted her false teeth to the mails, and they weat astray. Postmaster General Hitchcock received the following ap peal from her: "Dear Sir-I suppose you have re erlved a note from the Camden post master that the upper plates of my teeth have been lost in the malls. They were mailed at Camden on Jan uary 1. I should like very much to hear from you. If you are unfortunate enough to have store teeth, you know how inconveniest It is to have to do witl.out them, and I have not had them een a year. I paid $35 for them, and I cannot aford to get any more jast now. So will you kindly do what you can for me. and as quick ly as possible? "P. S.-They were very good teeth." The postmaster general put one of ,b" best inspectors In the service on the .jb to mnd the missling Ivories. SCALES ALL OVER HER BODY "About three years ago I was at fected by white scales on my knees and elbows. I consulted a doc...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 April 1911

ROR worn PEPS wAainm 1+1.' 1%. rw. bow 3m. I d s 3*ins. b br mm. KIDNBEY L:.n't 'n`¶ u : - .mnh ks imlmstake by usin Dr. KU. mu'a Uwamp.Roo. tbmJeat tem.yua tm In 3a*. l~msA msm3. MIisl, b EU"r " 0, sw1mi -.,U. T WHAT DID HE MEANP I , I The Judge-N mv esmaiease doe a't hurt me when I give a n Ife seatenos, if Im aure of his gullt. But I suppose yours doeet The Preacher-How do ye. meant Th Judge-Why, you neatonce many Innocent men for we sa thee collect a fee for doing t. Traveling by Wheelbarrew. "1 must hasten on to Plag-ings. this trip of 45 miles was to be under takel, to our huge dellght, n wheel barrows, but in ;wo days. with a Chi mne Ina for the night. Bishop Scott and I were on one barrow, Lanchester followed on the second, the lUggage In a third. We did It luxuriously, with three men to each barrow-one In front, one behind on the handlee. and a third with a rope In froat of all. "Are there springs to the barrow? Certainly not; It would be no tun if there were. Bumps? Of cou...

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

TilE CHICAGO STORE rkeet . .-- Meostam S. M. orsl, Mgr. Our Spriag stock ls sow arriving ad aos will be complete alld aour depart neets of DRY GOODS. CLOTHING and SHOES for Ladies, Gents and Childsen. Thalks to theelortsof our Mr. ;or don in Chicago we have now the mo't favorable opportunities to tdler as all times the biggest values in all classes of Merchandise. We call your specals aiteatson to this lot that Mr. teordon bought in Chicago from several bank rupt sales, which we have now on -ale. Ioc Apron Gingham ............ .c l5c solid color dress ginglhamn and cambrics ............. 9,'c 5oc and 75c remnants of flne dress goods ...............9 Largest size Rugs fronm q to i2 It.......from $2.98 to3 a .75L Smy.rna Rugs, 3ox6o inches. neavy reverslbhle n either .\nitmal or Oriental designs. regular $4.50 quality ... .$1.98 l.adirs Sprang dresses ,i whilt" anl I colors, latest styles.. ............. $l.V5 to IP3.95 l.alaes" waists in white. black .and all colors, in washable good...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 April 1911

6Z ------I-,· VOL~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~· lx o , UL3IO.VLLCUr.MOTNFI).Y PI 4.rS. E .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. IIUXSOL, PROP. ARE YOU A HAM ? If not you can get the best Ham & Bacon as well as everything lise A in Meat line at VALLEY M EAT MAlKET Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. III~~ ~ , !". . I a -.".- .-mp..S"I1 '--- .r s...eooooooooooooooooooooooooooO@OO@@)OO Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. • Imported and Domestic Wines, i Liquors and Cigars. * * Family trade, Picnic parties. Hunting and o° Fishing parties supplied. A pttie of hie ade of th "pebl is repectfaly solicrted Culbertson. . . Montana .oo.......mo....oo oooe ooo e oooooooooo* ... THIS BANK ... " I Wants Your Business i We conless it. On the other hand, we know we arr S jultifed in thus asking your patronage. We not only offer olr depositors every facility...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 April 1911

THE SEARCHIWHT' FRAK &S R Mwi. NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD INTELLISENCE HERE GATHERED COVERS WIDE ARlEA HIEATER OR LESSER IMPORT Includes What I Going On at Wasno Ington and In Other SaelMas ed the Country. Washington. President Taft's message to the special session of congress was in* eluded in about 1,000 words. A new counterfelit ten dollar note, a photograph production of the buffalo note. cleverly executed, was announc ed by the secret service. G. R. Colton, governor of Porto Rico. sailed for home. lie will go to Washington to consult with President Taft and the war department with reference to the affairs of the island. Following a meeting of the demo' crats of the house on the ways and means committee, Chairman Under wood expressed the belief that no tar iff legislation or method of procedure would be laid before the house or t several days. The situation on the Mexican bor der is to be the subject of a speech in the senate by Senator Rayner of Maryland. Mr. Rayner Informed the sen...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 April 1911

wMIE bAnK AT mONTE C7tU'n O w roe-. -NSCE In awhile some one turns up at Monte Carlo. the world's great sam blinlg resort, who actually is able to "beat the game." Such a man is ('apt. de Courcy Bower, whose phenomenal luck is just now the sensa. lion of the famous casino. It Is believed that he has won more than a million dollars within a few weeks, and on one day he cleared $125,000. and the bank had to send out six times for more money. The captain plays in company with five others, never atakes more than $200. and lo.es not remove his money until it has reached the maximum wager al Io ed, $2,750 IMPORTER OF ANIMAL SKINS United States Does Immense Businese With South and Central Amer ican Hunters in Hides. Iaos Angeles, Cal.--A large business is done between the South American countries and the United States In the line of skins, most of which are made use of in the manufacture of gloves. The trade is particularly active in derskins, which are gathered In -Mexico and Central Amer...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 April 1911

The Searchlight. Rered Ma) at. soa. as Second Ilas Mattr. Posatece at Culi.ertnn Mont. Under Act of Coers of March 9. aT79 FRANK S REED. 4ditor anud l'rupwrt.r Trmns-la advance per year . 1. n. Advettiasag katc, to eas onabble wllt he farished ou application at Ihm other TIE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO.. MONT. G. N. Train Time Card. Nt, t". - IU.1 . No 1' 1 1 Ma'I .. . . In4 I": No ) . I. i . fi t1 Nu.. . '4s ej, tbAaddo. -.. : 1. cejet iii' Is-i. met) train N.. I^ 1 t Il Ilss Nt. tr '15KtIC -:t"t .1..1., I,* e. I5 IIt ! a ", .- .II 90.14 I. larste.. . tri a. ColIc Chalera mmd Uhayrbara I kIBlrbaw t. MWt ImIa tay k nuw. U may malaM St. Paul Hotel 11 1..1 I II . 11 1'I4)1 W. M. Mc(t e..ss. Prep. Iiverything New and LJp-to-l)ate. Fine airy Culbertson, - - Mont. Montana Beer Hall FRANK STEPHENS, Proprietor - -- 1 gs lu Wines and Liquors Imported and Domestic Cigars Pure Liquors for Family Use a Specialty. A bure ul Your I.lluuoAr e Hekspe.luh m all uhlsl 1 Culbertson, ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 April 1911

9 9 i Ona g. Apr tl l6tlo l Try our fancy Sextette Chocolate flot drinks of all kinds At McCormack's 2 * *~~sau~~ The Shoulder Brace or Children One that wll correct any tendency to round or stooping shoulders, compel deep breathing and start your children on the way to becone strong, robust. health), vigorous m.en and women. " As the twig is bent so the ten is in dlined" -now is the time to provide for the future good health of your childea.. SHOULDER BRACES are simple in c, truction; are washable, hale no evsl a .:. to bind Ar.d irratte and m.ei be urn a, . I.ut d.- r.n mft, All r.s, t.sn, .., .R aAd rh~blken; send us your i' .k ti .,urement. Price5, SJ.OO The Valle` 1,rBI( Co. W. A tluasol, Prup. Cull.rtstn., Mont. f CULBERTSON TAILORING CO.: "';AM J. FRYHLIN(I. ,anager jWhy 7."be Should your : I" I Not I asal equipment ofsuch ans balls, bats, mitts andBank * CULBERTSON, etc. MONTANA BASEBALL SEASON IS NOW ON We have a full line of every kind of base ball equipment such as balls,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 April 1911

NHw we Wi·s Drlak. Under the headige, Where Do They Get Water? a wrlter in the Young hPEls' Catholic Weekly says: "When I was a cabin boy I often used to weeder, seeing birds thousands at miles out to sea, what they did for fresh water when they were thirsty. One day a squall answered that ques tlon for me. It was a hot and glitter ing day in the tropies, and in the clear sky overhead a black rain cloud appeared all of a sudden. Then out of empty space over a hundred sea birds came darting from every direc tion. They got under the rain cloud. and waited there for about ten mln utes, circling round and round, and when the rain began to fall they drank their fill. In the tropics, where the great sea birds sail thousands of miles away from shore, they get their drinking water in that way. They smell out a storm a long way off; they travel a hundred miles maybe to get under it, and they swallow enough raindrops to keep them going."-New York Tribune. W',y q':arrel over religions when all...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 April 1911

Tm'U bea4. · w . thea is.S hind.,. N dhe.pdmw . 'me -. ~y - 3 tewd NOW"e. bled.... mama abedý. wansd.e adi dane bed ,m- m JrblF·rwet Preventing a Disturbance. Colonel Scotehem was weary. He had had a very arduous day retreat Ing from the enemy. and be wished to recoup his stresgth In order that hb might retreat still further on the mor row. "MaePberson." he said to his new aervant, "'m going to msatch forty winks' sleep. Stay In my tent and sme that I'm not disturbed." Mae saluted. ive minutes later the sores of Colonel Sootchem were cut short by the loud report of a gun. "Great Scott!" cried the colonel, "Are the enemy upon us?" 'Na, dlnna fret." replied Mac. In msrtin his head reassuringly through the teat flap. "It was only a wee mouse. But as I thought he might wake you up I shot him."-Answers. The Awakenlng. First Tragedian-Abl deah boyl The chance of my lif came last night. Issacstein offered me 30 shilllng a week to play Hamlet. The contract was drawn up. be lent me his foun-...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 April 1911

THE CHICAGO STORE S. I. rvsb, Mgr. $$ SAVE S 5 In this alg id exprasive livng there are a law pslpb who do ot have to give soom th to ecomomsr. Whenr at comas mbuylg weatring apparel ,yu can spnd ýyor clothes moser here to betier advantage than as an% other Wev OGet Sb Oeed te Preve It. Mea's snits save...... L.s te I5.1 As np-to-date line. glarated none bettr. for....... 8. t IS. The Kingsbury as The beat Cbhcago hat. lera. cut tylrd and prites . . . 1.I 3.5 S"ve S te $1.I .a your neat pair of .s.oe- or On.ord,. Ladies. Men's and Children'. all styles. all leathers and the laot talues for your stoocle. Pattnlvely the moss comIpleIar and up to-date line of Ladie'-' Wi.t . ilre-,... .kirts anti pettircats at prices that will -atis.y the most shrewd ,<sapr.er,. SPECIAL IlltAr.AINs 65 ua ladle' cra.esases unth. 2.95 $sa.,, . . .45 $.t , "a ' 8.5S 13.75 dress shirts ,ant 2.45 $1.5o petticoat%. uanlsh O o~c every day waistl.. oolsi c ladies' stacking.. .unt .. I 40L baby dresses, uoly...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 April 1911

VO.X L L T. RID . - S-.o PER -YEAR VOL. XN.sral NOi. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, 9BTANA. FRIDAY, APRIL .1. ngs. $S.oo PER YEAR ------ ----- SWALL 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. HUXSOL, PROP. ARE YOU A HAM ? If not you can get the best .Ham. & Bacon as well as everything else ' in Meat line at VALLEY M EAT MARKET Telephone 34 Jacobs & Markle, Props. Palace Saloon SVOIIOI)A & MAXIM. Proprietors. Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Fishing parties supplied. * 0 *A portieo ot the trade ol the public a respecsftiv suacated * : Culbertson. . . Montana : "....""..*""."""""""""..""""".********** * * * * i rjR THE CONVENIENCE f ' OF OUR CUSTOMERS * For the convenience of our customers we have a place in the bank for private conversations, letter writ * ing or other business matters, Th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 April 1911

THEM SEARCIUJGHT FRANK 6 3s Pe. ULMRTS ro, * • MONTANA The sleeping sekhaem is Itesastng --Ia PhiladelphiL This i the sease when fish is con sidered a ine braa feood. The harem skirt asem destined to a shart life and an exiting one. In Russla they call the harem skirt a "jupecullotte." That ought to kill it Our notion of the height of folly is an all attempt to shoot up an ocean iiner. The crusade against the housefly this year is to be exceedingly strenu ous. Man has worn the trousers too long to allow women to appropriate them without protest. Sleeping sickness Is said to be car ried by gold-fish. Don't allow )our gold-fish to run at large. Among those who are not blicking about the weather are the youthful Fportsmen who play "mibs." Black frost has killed the Georgia reach crop, though perhaps hlite frost would have been as bad. rDespite electricity in its various uses. the mule goes right on becow Irg every year more valuable. Jail sentences should not b. c(onf rned to women smu...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 April 1911

II-IWPU IIl ti Sebass, and Amkwtu W Be Eleted Puise ULkee Ms and Newa Heerky WIN . Largest In wed-Cem. tniae IM00 edream and Nm Retf ardsen. Loadon.--When ir Jo Igoees., r land's newest h t, opened a his hotel on The Strand about 18 months ago and announced that there would be an tips in the new hostlry, most old Loadoners laughed. They predicted that within I year either the servants would be accepting tips In the time honored way or the hotel would be closed. Neither has happened. The hotel has not closed and the notlppiag system has proven such a success that the dl rectors are going to build the biggest hotel In England and probably In the world, where the same system will be practiced. It will eotait 1,000 bed rooms, and its total dimensions will be over 40.000 uble feet. It will have a large root gIrdeA-ea Inaovation In English hotelse-ne smoking and bil liard rooms, libraries, and, in fact, every modern eonvenience. What the exterior o the building Is to look like has not bee...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 April 1911

The Searchlight. ,, , . ..., , . o-- - IBameed ay at. ese, as Soned-Class MaIte, Pisss at Cteato.a Mot Under Act of Ceases of March 9. 1S79 FRANK S. REED. Kditor sad Proprir:or Ter-l advance. per year ....... on Ad.otie g Rats, vry reasuable will be fariated on application as this other TIE FiST REPlUCAN PAPER STARIEI IN VALLEY cO, MONT. Velame Tea. od the Searchlight, begis with this isue.. It was aine year, agu on e s4th day of April when he first copy was issud. Our oloe at that time wa in the residence opposLe the Red Blacksmith Shop, which we afterward purchasel. a he plant was isligaiitast at the time. but at has been steadily imroved until new at is ae. of the meat modesm sad best equipped comntry oiess is the State. No other news. paper in Valley Coauty. and but verb tew s the State. has beea under the same mas. agemeat sad with the same editor for the same leth f time. and we justly feel proud of our record as a newspaper mas uad proud of the country which we feel that we h...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 April 1911

Mr unbq,. FpUc. 23r loll Try our fancy Sextette Chocolate Hot drinks of all kinds At McCormack's Waet and For Rent and For Sale Ads POR RENT-The Red Blacksuath Shop, with satur oath Kaqnuire of R. O. Lesh.. a Gist Wamted-For seeral borsework by Mrs. C. L. Fdelead. Iaqsire at the Cal bertsas C. ah Stir. 48t11 FPr ai--FPen room bhoes ad pastuse of two hdedlr ace, adjeoiaig towa. Is quie Mrs. D. C. Reed or at the Search Per a--4.eeo be. of choice seed oats. aorthra grows, bKowa as the Silver Mi.e and Champls. Also eid of all kinds. Imperial Eievaeor Co.. Calbero.s. Sod If you have well located lbad or a god busiases peepositiea for sale at reasmasble price, write me as once enclosing self-ad dreemed stamped eavelope for reply (owners esly). Addeso J. C. Roes, 86- ad Ave So., Miaseapolis. Misn. o514 Foe Sat-a-A. imported Perchae. stal lies. ws. i8go. Will take part cash and part trade for mres. Addiess Wm Free mae, ag8 W. Broadway, Willaston. N. [I. Notice to Clean Up Citiseas of Colber...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 April 1911

STRAWBERRIES MAKE GOOD ADDITION TO VEGETABLES; Up-to-Date Methods o[ Growing This Luscious Fruit In sures Sure and Large Returns-Grocers and House·eepers Want Choice Berries. (By F. E. B3ATrY.) The grower of strawberries is more sure of a good annual profit from strawberries than from almost any other crop, because strawberries are the hardiest, as well as the best. of all fruits; and it does not require any more labor to grow strawberries of high quality than it does to grow reg etables of the same class. In the growing of strawberries, you )have practically no plant enemies in sects or fungi--to combat. proddin you follow up-to-date methods. Rota tion of crops, fall plowing. thorough and repeated cultivation, strong. healthy plants, mowing off the foliage and burning immediately after the last pi king, are the things which may nlcmak spraying unnecessary. t(rop rotation is a necessity with an) kind of farming It encourage' a h.aclthy and produactive ondition of h.so Fll r'itll plo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 April 1911

WAS CIUE uMLs the M sat urw estorod to t r- u est . uubrt bar welt and hoL S Twose altb tslnb hee eated hern anda lessredoeaGro bu It she ha J'boe s Compound was tlebhahe ý bera , thanks tohoralr I oan recommend it for all female troubles."-rs. L A. Coxazax, l Btland Street Balti. mor Md. Handredm of sch letter from moth nerarosig their gratitude for what Lrdle a Pinkbasn' Vegetabl Com. dbas.ed ý thee Jd7i Pbthabs Yedida Company, WLynn, Mass. Toeg Girls, Heed Ths Advice. GOlrls who are troubled with p.1mM or Irreglr peods ache bead. sbs, daln owdwn se tn fat. stPell or ~InlUsoP should take r actio and be restored to ealthb by Lydia· 3 Plnkham's Vega. tableCompoe Tholsandsbee restored to health by its use. Write to IMrs. Plakbhea E.4 Mwa tor advie, tre HIS INVOCATION A SUCCESS Aster Finally Get the Gas Man Awak. ened and Attending to His Duties. "YTears ago." says Guay Bates Post. the actor. "I appeared in an amateur performance of a play that bad a dis tinct religious flavor. The le...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 April 1911

IThIE CHICAGO STORE $S SAVE $$S la this age expeasive living there are a few people abo do not have to give osme thought to sommmy. When it comes to bying wearlag apparel you ran spead your clathes anmey here to better advantage than at any other place I thiss rgioa asd We've (Ge ta I ee a l 1 Preve It. Mess suits save....... g.t to 1.1 Am ptoddate liae. guaranteed. none better, for.... ...a.. 0 t IS.O6 Th Kl agasetry Naiga The bat Chicago hat, cleam cut .st le. and prices........... I.I 3. a soe Sat tlSI. H a our nest ptr ol shorn o Otford. Ldi.e. Miees aad ChlUdren's. allt styles. all leathers and the heal valns for yoar mosey. Positively the most complete and up tedate lim of Ladies' Waists. dresses skirts and petticoats at prices that ll satisfy the most shrewd shopper. SPECIAL BARGAINS SS.oo ladies' craveettes onl ....2.95 o . ....6.45i f S .. .. . .8.75 r $3.75 dress skirts oaly ........... 2.45 S.5o peitticoats. only ..... ac it 65c every day waists, onal.... Sc ladies' stock...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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