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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 January 1909

_____Ije earijgtjt_ OUR MOTTO: AS GOD GIVES US LIGHT TO SEARCH FOR THE RIGHT. THAT WE WILL PURSUE WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVRILLANCE." VOL. VII. NO. 38. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY. MON ANA, FRIDAY JAN 9 52.co FIR zSAlR THE WAY TO SAVE is to buy an article that you really wi.nt and at Librar R;ht pri. e. We can un t ny dollars GROCERIES if you will buy here. iiew and we do not urge you to buy against your j Itiigeiuent. AM orders Large or Salsl delivered to any part of the city. Realember Pbo.e 88. WATSON'S CASB GROC'Y DO YOU NEED A STOVE? Elmhurst Base Burner Hard Coal Heater eed fak Retort Lignite Heater Royal Oak Retort Lignite Heater Wilson Hlt Blast Lignite Heater Baltic Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood Caronaf Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood Lustrd Cook Stove for Lignite or Wood Meter Cook Stove for Lignite or Wood For Sale at Lowest Prices by, S. S. MOEN,THE HARDWARE St. Paul Hotel t NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter Belleu, Prop. Ev and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. C , - n ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 January 1909

'TU SeaichlHht. ghuagg aM p -s. age, as Sgeae-Ch.es WPge 1esea at Cebersten. MeanL, ggder sdtCeepe el Mach9. sue. vRs iiS. RED. Uditer and Propriee.. T 1i t -hu ei aneso. per y ' ... s ne -- a~llioio at thia eW~om OwuamUges3. Yes., J3a. iL u0s. m Fst s uICAN PAP M STARt M VAlLEY CO., MNT. Poplar items Pea.ear e esi efrespeicet. Dec. 31. ages. Poplar was ight'y remasbeced by Seats Cleac. At each church there wern Seee Chrietmasee ras beading with preasuta. All heats were made glad by the liberal easetage el preesets. The pregram was t Sen and well rendered. A detailed report a will he foad aolewbere. t Miss Jamsean mad a sember of school ehilirse were out erly Christmas moroing c and awoke seme d the people by sioging l merry Christmas arols. All who heard the little seag greatly appreciated them c cad wanld like to be awakeaed the same t was agala. As many people were ap very hae aa greet mea aimsed this treest. I David Richard and Miss Iaea Relec' wase quietly married Wedeesday. th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 January 1909

I*** rnmda.o, bwwA AIk e s. , a g adgi c - rd Cmuee i k lu*ed In Asedt levry Pilit Iate~r.e. N ad weee made sad aoso-e rtes D lat those arresthe last aight was taken. Nor was there any Intimation from those egpratlasg the prase as to when the nest move would be made or what U weel4 be. There is a rumor 'that amuaels J. Neoey of San 5rinossoo is coming dere aelt the request of Jhesd dent to lavestigate the al leged brlbery so tar as it is conseeted with federal lnstltatioes. According to Washingtoe reports, .Mr. ensey was In conference with the president Saturday en the Pittsburg situation. Ae Speoela hasAnser. If he comes here it will be Is the eapeaciy et a special eselner, It is maid to investigate the alleged use of money by offioers of national eanks to he their lnstitations made depow Itorles of the city's funds. A state meet was made at the preliplnary hearigs of the mse under arrest that $169,000 had been the amount expend ed. While there was no ofcial develop mont yesterday....

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 January 1909

- cur 4s, uwttmmio F-p Shim Ml *TelL. PeseseaL Wilbur V. Stevenson, a chief car pater in the navy, died in the naval hespital at Canaeas, Cavite. Philip Hairy F. Wolcott, a veteran news paper man of Chicago and Detroit, died at the county hospital to Chicago of psemuasla and Bright's disease. Charles A. Sherman, leilder of the Soees county. Iowa, railroad, former esker and oil magnate of Casper. Wo.e, dropped dead at Boone. lows, of Thomas 0. Connelly. general agent hbr the Gould lines in Los Angeles and cne of the best konwn railroad men on the coast, is dea" as the result of a stroke of paralysis. Maj. Joseph W. Wahm, United States army, retired, for many years paymaster of the army. dropped dead the street in Washington. follow. a severe cerebral hemorrhage. H. A. Gudger of North Carolina will as appointed b) President Roosevelt to be chief justice of the supreme court of the Panama canal zone, to succeed Dr. P. Unti Duran, whose term expires on Jan. 1. William B. McNutt, who was...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 January 1909

*Whs. tart Viii old was ale s~ea~ts * 1 miami as - a .dme seets SObe twsr u, e os 1 mssth t lsd r bet, nseasd .e tolaell tio, w sm. thei I agit to 4 > low who maM t Urs amins, Is albe may me s- del goeemasa wa sr.Se as ast se a ealn me nt % bw s * ehbsr The at slwagm r tine asM th emyes raas to ewel. The ltebs wer assessess adm Itas a tset s daft ets bMe I esmsslpe deuturs ir; tramiis, Mt flip weas e+"Us to -s itns iii/. r p wer haus toRSe the Sat. I!ald at be$ eeto a wishom aVsit O* eea s- I beges to ase bs Outlnes aemmles. The seot muraig the Wetr lass was a Mhitlsteim ed etd. I neAAbatd nA S-e - d lyseappemaes. Ms GWR m aee. helde. IL. Sly 1,'N8 diemr aesp a ass, 0194so ea. ass B.oo A toembe lra oc was nodding with dlomed eyes duriag the sermos The preseber said: "I thig Seebbe some membab has been up too late durne' the shbets' precedian'. He better met up or III same him." Fallasg to seapotish the desired result, the preacber soon stopped his sermon agala. Shaking his tager ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 January 1909

Through a Woman's Heart. By Sidney Warwick. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) "I don't know. Mr. Home, whether SoU are darkly hinting that I am In any way responsible for Philip Suem's disappearance; that I have-" Stephen Ruthen Interposed with a white face; his voice was strained and unnatural, as he cried, quickly: "I cannot allow this to continue. Sr. Home. I make allowance for your eaxlety. but I think you have spoken ta a way thst Mr. I.athom has a right to resent." For a moment Bonholt Hume did eot speak. Then he said, with a re torn of his uo3al habitual courtesy: "If so, I can only express my pro found regret. When a man is as wor tied as I am-" Jack broke the tension with a laugh; his natural good temper reasserted ealst In generous fashion. "Oh, that s all right," he cried. In srupting the other's apology. "You're Saturally a bit anxious. Mr. Hume, though I think you take a more sort eaf view of It than you need-there's sure to be a perfectly simple explana lion of your nephew's ab...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 January 1909

~i. Ha -t g UtWtu1h --mra'tta x ~pearu aub~ e lapg w a. Thdls. Deont mlen Thehe. Mr. Sonia, the deraser man. Is east ma a R3. Nutt. Mondak, wan la the city Monday. 'Enes May Olseo. of Medicae Lake, was In towa Meaday. The Claws in Thelma. Opera House. Jan. 4. s and 6. Mrs. M. J. Dean is visitiag friends in Williston this week. C. W. Jackson. of Redatone. was In town Christmas Day. M. J. Askerman, of Pleatywood, was In towa Christmas day. Tom Leaene and Frank StiehI were here from Moadak Saturday. Jobs N. Hekmaa. of Glasgow. was a Culbertson vsletor Sunday. T. L. Cummiage and S. S. Cummings. both of Great Falls. were ms town Monday Attorney Paul Bakeock left Sunday for a holiday visit with frlends In Minneapolls. See those Keen Kutter Safety Razors. for sale by S. S. Momn, the Hardware Man 3Itf Frank J. Stiehl. of Mondak. was here Monday and attended the Masonic meeting Monday night Fon Raw.-Two ine office rooms in the First National Bank Building. Call at the bank for particulars. G...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 1 January 1909

DIRECTORY 01 State and Valley County Offi cials after Jan. i, 19o8. STATE OFFICERS Conwrrefm njr - CIIAIRf.1A N IRAY .f Ctn.oteau. i- 1.1' IX 1., NOI.1k. ,,t Hlecns. Li,"u!te an! Iic'ern.r - Wr It. \ L.E\ jf Dleer Lo~dge. 1.1. I : \L .t Lewi- and. (Ilark. };" }' FEI.% AN f CN.a.rton. T~iltr, II1 ,I AN. . (I .f~: ~Ia.rnre", -- r Ii em ig+"rt II i.. N hI:U" ~t-.tI V.I I R I NN I. NIt a:1 ti.. 'u .r-,1 "t I '\PI I' . !. . Ii .al" TI -- I. II.! N N I of I *a" N.. (II Iii- . 1'" :' PIONEER LIVERY STABLE A. J. CULWELL. Prop. Successor to R. J. Maurer. Livery, Feed & Sale Stable Best Livery Accommodations in Northern Montana. Fine Rigs and Gentle Stock. 'Open Day and Night. Those who are in need of Livery Conveyances will do well to call at the Pioneer. CULBERTSON, q fONT A. THE PAL&CE SALOON FRANK STEPHENS. PROP. Keep% Constantlh on Hand a Complete Line of Wines AND Liquors FINE CIGARS Pure Liquors for family use a Specialty A Share of Y. ur Patronage is Respectfull. Solicatee. OU...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 January 1909

OUR MOTTO: *AB GOD 01788 US IJORT TO 8BARCH WOR THE REQSIT. THAT, WB WILL PURGI 8 ITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVBII.LANCE." VOL,. VII. NO. 39. CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY JAN. 8 agcg Ss.co PER VBAR THE WAY TO SAVE is to buy an article that you really want and at he right price. We can sv don many dollars O1 StrS if you will buy Oar stock is fresh au w and we do not urge you to buy against your judgement. Al o rders Ur g eor SiW nelvermed to mpert rof d e y. Romoeior Pbe** 58. WATSON'S CASH GROC'Y DO YOU NEED A STOVE? Elmburst Base Burner Hard Coal Heater Red Oak Retort Lignite Heater Royal Oak Retort Lignite Heater Wilson Hot Blast Lignite Heater Baltic Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood Carona Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood Lustre Cook Stove for Lignite or Wood Meter Cook Stove for Lignite or Wood For Sale at Lowest Prices by HEARDWARE S. S. MOEN,TE MAN St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter Belles. Prop. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culber...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 January 1909

Searchlight. m sus Map as. ages, a- senned-ames I UaMWe. nease Ma Celbrtsaos. Meat., Uae.r Acset Cemls at Marchs sp,. U3ANK S. RUa. Editor dad Proprletsr. Tees.-4a asiwmes. per year........1 200 dwerdteg 3s. veryr easonable. will be Sas applicatiae at thi office. I OCsSIaveear. Moar.. Jan. 8, 1909. TAE FIRST REPUDLICAN PAPER STARTEB IN VALLEY CO., MONT. J. Earl Barrington, Manager of the Crows Theatrical Company, called at the Searchlight office i Tuesday and had many compli. meats to pay Culbertson and her citizens. He said the Tanner & Best Opera Hall was the best, with perh.ps one exception. that at Manot. between here and Grand Forks, N. U. He said the city bad toe finest hotel, The Evans, of any town of its size t at he ever saw any where, and that the fine business blocks here would be a credit to a place many times the size of Culbertson. Our people were Just as much pleased with Mr. Barrington and his excellent theatrical company as he was with the town and we hope to se...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 January 1909

Nimeanel i 1.pqem humid i' 'ars at d e1sm Waslesteum, Jin. L. - Omaeage moa dames A. TawuSy at the First Minneseta distriet, was Wemired $ memberhip in the Aealae stub by Prestdnt Reesevdt Is his meeseas. read to ceapr es yesterday, degllag with the actIvities et the secret serv Ice. * President Rooceevelt deises the statement made In the house resole tion of qaguiry that he had charged Bay member at the present coinrees with corruatio at that the majority of eemoremea were in fear of lave tigatiom by detectives. He gives the nases of former sea aters and representatives convicted In coemction with lead frauds, sad reiterates the deelaratiom muds Ia his annual message that the timitatioa placed by congress on the eperaticus of the secret service could be of beau sit only to the criminal class. Mere Pay fee Wilkie. Of the work dene by the secretsers dce, the president refers to the lead. aaterallsetion, lottery, silk. opium. Ink sad other buals. He recommeads that all the govera meat...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 January 1909

PRANM K RaD PeU uS W uW SImzw M d ea News Wurb TdEq Cs.. Ased hr ms Usmy . shtr. FOM TM CA"FAL lsume of the foremost composers of the eseatry are In attendance in Washisgtes at the annual convention sf the Muale Teachers' National asso. elatios. Carrying out its efforts to reduce he number of fatalities In coal mines, the United States geolbgical survey is about to establish resuem stations in the principal coal fields of the coun try. Announcement is made that the postofee department is now prepared to issue limited quantities of postage stamps in rolls of 500 or 1,000 for use In stamp-vending and stamp-affxing machines. Inspired by the sale of Red Crosh Chritsmas and New Year's stamps this year, officials of the American Red Cross In Washington already are planting to make this Innovation a permanent American institution. PIRSONAL. Matthew McNamara, for many years national warden of the Knights of Columbus, died at his home in New Lendon, Cona. Charles F. Phelps, formerly a judge ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 January 1909

'agmu Drug o., colembms, oklo0 Oeheniease-I -an cheerfully meooma - r eans as m *esetive eare for Y~ware asathelsed to use mr phote with tesimeal In any leamon. Mra. J Sail Chaus, TNmSath St., Wash D. C. C.eM Net Saga NMr ew YrsA. L. Wetee.. llt Oblo 0t., Terre "anto, lad, writes I ea to talsycar mlelns I could not amell, nor bear a church bell $ng. Now I em both amall sad bmer "Whom I your treatmaeut aqy head was tee I had basulng sed Iernas as you told me. Now I t ay I am welL " want to go and vist my mother mad ee the doctor who said I was not to gtfcihlaworld. I will tell bMl twas ftmwnrs't&t - s 1m". Peruas Ia menafeetased by The !rmas Drug Mtg. Coa, Colmbus, Ohba. AyewDr baeawhe~swas A man should know the company he avoids. PATENTS. List of Patents lasued Last Week to N~rthwestern Inventors. Reported by Lothrop & Johnson. pat eat lawyers, 910 Pioneer Press build. lug, St. Paul, Minn.: W. Aldritt, Mine. apolis, Minn., hoee supporter; E. Cow In, York, N. D.; grain-sbooke...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 January 1909

Through a Woman's Heart. By Sidney Warwick. CHAPTER VII.-Continued. "Called, Olive'" His tones were startled. He looked at her in bewil derment. What did she mean?' "Yes," she said, in feverish excite mnent. "he must have known I was ly lng here ill Has he called to ask after ire? He cared for me once at !east he once cared; and be must hbae bree a little sorry. Oh. if I could enk think that he had been a little t sr-ry when he knew how iii I was!" I ct. Olive. can you have forgot Ft::"' he broke out. In a strangled t ia:e. He cottd go no farther. The wrd-s retmed to choke him. Ji She shook her head. No, I have not forgotten how I c(-t e to you full of passionate anger, lotw I si oke of him bitterly-wildly: (WY in my Ieart I cared for him all t ith time, Stephen. Deeper than all tla bitterness. 'eeper than all my an- I '-r was still my love," she cried, with a t'nderness in her voice, a tremu lot' nistfulnest about her mouth. ' 1X:en a woman gives her love as I S."': mine, nothing 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. — 8 January 1909

j~oal PPA ~Z I 'Ivm vl Wm. Leader ek Pleatywood was bere Tuesday. n W. J. Carrol of Minot. N. ID.. was in town Tuesday. S L.. G. Laster was down from Medicine Lade em Wednesday. o Wm Hetrno of Pleatywood was a Cal bartson visitor Tuesday. it If you want good colee, try 'Dakomin' on sale at The Big Store. 5 Dr. Brockman leaves for Poplar Mon day. January aS. for one week's stay. T The Embroidery Club meets at the resi dence of Mrs. G W. Tanner this afternoon. r See those Keen Kutter Safety Razors. for sale by S. S. Moen. the Hardware Man 31tf J. H. Oswald arrived home from Tcwner 1 Tuesday where he has been for a month's visit. Attorney Frank Catlin arrived home from his visit to relatives in Iowa last Saturday. He returned alone. Mrs Dan Gonion left Wednesday for her old home at Sand Creek. Wis., for a five or six weeks' visit. S. P. Mitchell left Sunday for a visit in Helena where he will probably attend sy eral sessions of the state legislature. The Culbertson public schools opene...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 January 1909

DIRECTORY Of State aed Valley Cesuty Oti- a dais after Jlan. 1. 190 a STATE OFFICERS. Congresisman-5 CHARLES N. PRAY of Cbouteau. Governor EDWIN L NORRIS. of Helena. a Lieutenant Governor- a W. R. ALLEN of Deer Lodge. Associate Justice W. L HOLLOWAY of Gallatin. Secretaryof State A. N. YODER of Silver Bow. Attorney General A. J. GALEN of Lewis and Clark. a Treasurer E E. ESSELSTYN of Carbon. a Audito- U.k CCNNINOHAMoftil1verBow Snpe* -* odent of Public Instruction- q W. E. HARMON of Gallatin. C Railroad Commissnoners ,DAN BOYLE of Park. Six-year Tern. a I. T. STANTON. Four-year Term. E. A. MORLEY. Two-year Term. COUNTY OFFICFRS. Rtepresentatvre-- r FRANK G. ARNETTof Culbertaon. County Commissioner J. T. FARRIS.of Hlinsdale. County Attorney THOMAS DIGNAN. of Glasgow. Sheriff S. C. SMALL of Glasgow. Clerk of Courts C. C. EEIE. of Glasgow. Assessor JAMES FOX. of Glasgow. Treasurer LYMAN BARNES. of Malta. Clerk and Recorder W B. SHOEMIAKER.of lHinsdale. Public Administrator JACOI SKEEL ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 January 1909

n om y..- j oemYOTTO: A GOD GIVS US UGRT TO MsARCH FOR THE RIGHT. TLAT, WE WILL PURSUE WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVEILLANCE. VOL. VII. NO. 40. CULBEITSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY JAN. is sgCg $2.E P4AMKLY OROCI3RIe ES Every good house keeper appreciates a good, reliable Grocer. That's what we claim to be. We give atall times the Best and Fresh est in the market, and at prices that make the S'4.er rellows" opten Wb 4.li Rue assort ment of c arults at prices that are right. Vivo Flour is a). .e and . guaranteed to please? Al orders Largesr Smaln dneoverse * p*rt *fthsdtl. WATSON'S C (ROC'Y DO YOU NEED A STOVE? Elmhurst Base Burner Hard Coal Heater Red Oak Retort Lignite Heater Royal Oak Retort Lignite Heater Wilson Hot Blast Lignite Heater Baltic Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood Carona Kitchen Range for Lignite or Wood Lustre Cook Stove for Lignite or.Wood Meter Cook Stove for Lignite or Wood For Sale at Lowest Prices by S. S. MOEN,THE ARDWARE *St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DE...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 January 1909

The Searchlight itaa MW, as, Spa. as UeMd' ho Mawat. eass e a C ceases.m. Meet, Umear asadCmgu oe Marchl,, afs* FRANK f. WD. SMer sad Pftpriseer. Tees-La seama. per year. . .S..eo Ā£dwering Rai , very reesonmbbe will be Euesiheios appliceaelo as this .oe. Om1seaaga. Moat., 3ma. 11. 1iSO. TIE FIRST REFUMICAN PAPER STABlES IN VALLEY CO., UONT. TMe Pu P.ed Law. Secretary Wilsom says; "One of the ob feces of the law is to intorm the consumer of the preseme of certain harmful drugs in media." The law requires that the amount of obleeforem, .pium. morphine, and other habit formeag drugs be stated on the label of sech bottle. The maunfactur ers of Chamberlais t eogh Remedy have always claimed that their remedy did not cotain any of these drugs, and the truth of this cRi1 is now fully proven, as no maetins of them is made on the label. This remedy is set only ane of the safest. hat eae of the best I. use for coughs and cole. Its valse has been proves beyond question during the many years it ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 January 1909

Nof the NorthweĆ½. fEg" U s -q1ms Castr aeamas N. Lamk Cengly Casey-Ads a binqs Thu fsen - It. eadl. Jae. 1s.-The wld*<pI tax medment -was tawer5r ed to have bees adapted as a pout 0t Ethe eeminttties at the state. when the suprey rest Ided deses a deo .delom reveisag the district eourt of 1Lt, Louts costy. which declared that the law had failed to reseive the In dormemest at the people at th ge.* real elesctl t 3,1w. fellowtng a re count 3t the vote IS the state. The dealism Is .ee o the most ha. portaat ever semder by the sogreme court of the state. fave vig the morst -ag registry tam law sad the eare ties of the state-ta eomelsela. Ia pldestaefy it paves the way for a tem* page tax s Iree ore. . The geod reads amesdmaet was submitted at the sam. eleties as the dam amendment. The eanvasssag board deelared both amendmests pdopted. The matter was takes be lore the distriet ecort t ILt. Louls co(nty. The court declared the tax amendmeet lost sad the good roads smeadment adopted. Th...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 January 1909

THE ARCHLGHT 14LUSRM I0N * MONTANA. wwsor TEIuwnu taesa evet at sem ani a Tell. WAS6itS 1OH. Secretay Root has signed arbitration treaties with Ecuador. Bolivia and Maki. Dr. W. H. Wiley of the burean of chemistry, department of agricatture, decla:es that rumors that be is to re rign anI that there is friction between i'resi4 'nt Roosevelt and himself are entirely without foundation. President Roosevelt sent to congress a areasage recommending legislation to give the interstate commerce com mirslon powers to compel witnesses to answer questions. This is the re ,ialt of the supreme court decision in he Harriman case. Pcnrtor Cullom's amendment to the diplon etli and consular bill appropri ating 110.00t for the participation of the United States in the international priscn congress. to be held in Wash inglon in 1910, was reported favors tly to the senate. The supreme court dismissed the case of Oscar Reid. one cf the negro soldiers summarily discharged by the president on account of t...

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