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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 March 1909

Mkoe senseL a ve on a SaeI s m Ra t !ii e hIe . - tames Aeolkmockm of ashn NNW Am. Tech, March StL-With segem at Ik eestafi oe14 sad the eat iaee beume, wlh a deutieeala cher ead a deueMsg abemap **er's .e 0osd Dki Tale. h he Dnewa," Pre.t heat Taft was pretted besmght W0 the ert Tate ie dOeat ft the 11aited states mer. thes lAW graduates bk the eK s alvmality. The Umiesee" -e tove an over the emary. They mauged from surm haired ei geatlena, whene destew bear the date at Oft dews to the pafthb who left their alma mater omly Taft Happiest Man St DiSmar. The e. omee ef the largest ever Olves Is New Tork, was servd at tie Waiter*Astsert. The lmmeas hali resat was decorated with a iay Iawealth at lewers. The Mspaer's at wobk Presdiet Taft eat with President Msedley t Tale sad ither ilstlaguisei araduates at the -sh .r er, was ea- pie with artl. ala! regreseatatlema at th elam of ON Tale. Presideat Taft was prbasbly the bapgieet area at, the dinnea, whih was gives eatirely In hs honor. H...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 March 1909

R~O . . emOnTAK aPk 1 s NasM Wee TIiag c.. dums Ier ao any AT TIE CAPITAL Predgdent Taft has accepted an In vitation to attend tihe annual spring dinner of the Gridiron club In Wash ingtmt, to be held April 17. The state department has issued a au to the American consuls in !rance to report as to whether for eign exporters sell cheaper abroad than at home. Jadge G. M Dallas of the United States circuit court for the Third Ju dicial circuit has sent his resignation to President Taft. U't der the law he was eligible to retire, but the an nouncement of his retirement was un expected. Maj. Guy Edle of the United States army medical department, who ac companied Mr. Taft around the world on his now famous tour. Is to be the president's family physician, accord ing to a well founded rumor. He will replace Rear Admiral P. M. Rixey. North Dakota and South Dakota have been set apart Into office field di visions of the land ofce. North Da kota will be known as No. 15, with 'headquarters at Far...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 March 1909

ha Yl U ý 1t~~hwa Vetsbhin~m~is. ___ K. 3. mw. a, -. a s. Amum UP L ID, N~.ý.. .. 1;a w4a, *.sloft 4OLuw. £,kpmr sofVa* N~d~m.IjlXkub~lL6 These women are only a few of thousands of living witnesses of the power of Lydla K Pinkhamb Vegetable Compound to cure female diseases. Not one of these women ever received comen ationlnnv form for the use of their names in this advertisement-butm will Ing that we should refer to them because of the good they may do other snSs women to prove that lia PlthsUs Vgtý e is a reliable and honest medicine, and that the aten in our advertisements regarding its merit are the truth and nothta8 but the truth. Well Named. In a recent trial of a "bootlegger" in western Kentucky a witness testi Sod that he had purchased some "squirrel whisky from the defend ant. .Squirrel whisky?" questioned the court. "Yes, you know; that kind that makes you talk nuttty and want to climb trees." PATENTS. List of Patents Issued Last Week to Northwestern Inventors. Reported by ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 March 1909

AAIKACHN is KIONEyACHn usmeay Ther Asse Otlier eT sbles to Preve it. Pala ta the back is pain it the kid saya, Ia Mest cases, and it points to the need of a ape. cial remedy to re IHeve and care the congestion or In flammation of the kidneys that is in terfering with their work and causing that pain that makes you say: -Oh, my back. Thompson Wat. kinas. professional nurse. 420 N. 234 St., Parsons, Kans., says: "Por some time I was an noyed with sharp twinges across the small of my back and irregular pas sages of the kidney secretions. Since using Doean's Kidney Pills I am free from these troubles." Solo by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Poster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. Tragic Fate of a Boaster. In exclusive society in one of the large American cities there was a woman who boasted that she was not troubled with "the domestic prob lem." that she had perfect service In her house. and that. above all things, her front door belil was always an swered promptly. "one ring being quite suffi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 March 1909

A A Pine and Select Line Millinery li AT - " I THE ENTERPRISE STORE :ý * " . THE LARGEST LINE OF I MILLINER Oi Ever Shown In Culbertson. ; CITY MEAT MARKET A. E. Hansea, Proprietor All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats, Poultry and Fish Will Buy Hides and Furs Culbertson, . Montana Still Doing Business at TIlE ZENO-GEORGE MINE Best Coal in Valley County J. J. MOORE, Proprietor Livery, Feed & Sales Stable (THE JACK EVANS BARN) K. M. KELLOGG, PROP. All the Traveling Men Know Kellogg. PHONE NO. 27-2. Culbertson - - Montana, e**eeee**eeeeee*e*****..**@*e*eee*e*eOOj * . ili 0" I I ala a * * s 00 : The Evans Hotel 0 C. S. Stafford, Prop. Culbertson, - - - Montana * * :....****************.*****.*****.***..I Money to Loan on improved FARMS"i ! ed Drafts on all foreign countries. Safety Deposit boxes for rent. Steamship tickets to and from all Foreign Countries. * h 0atNt ac fCletu L 1 " Happee* I Seed busley at Tearea Aa ftek I. T. Marray. ao Pcpar, as in towa Moaday. Gas Lights repaired a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 26 March 1909

Somestead Items : Dy ear reaartr orresupodent. March 54. 190o. Ed. Wiggim, of Homestead. went to Col bertena last Sunday. Mr. sad Mrs. H. Stempke were over at Browaville last week. jobs P Masllor and H. Horstmaa were over at Browaville last Saturday. .. L. Spencer and Ed. Smith. of Medi cle Lake. went to Colbertson Is t week. H. Horstman. formerly clerk at John Brown's store, is now residing on his claim again. H. Horstman. of Homestead, was over at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steven's last Saturday. Jobs Brown. of Brownville. is now living on the claim that at one time was owned by Mrs. VoePhorton. There was a card party at Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. McCabe last Friday evening and all present reported a good time Clarence Tunerson and James Huggert and their families are now living on their claims south of Sheep Creek. 0. B. McCabe. our postmaster, is build ing an addition to his dwelling house and Dell McCabe is doing the work. Mr. Bates, the new merchant of Brown ville. has taken possession of t...

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

OUv MOT: 'A GOD GIVES IS LGSV? 70 EAACE FOR TSR Rant TEAT, WR WILL PURSUE WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVEILLANCr" VOL. VII. NO. sz. CULSERYSON. VALLEY COUNTY. IMONTANA. FRIDAY, APRIL a, ,#o9 $s.oo PER YEAR Orocerles De.lvere "Have Ys trims o Teas and Coees - T ea iil seldom Bad . sh u gradeod but we ae want yu t give them a trial. Oyma Japan Trea 8 per lb. getap oan Te ses par ab. lpros Bliad A Cesia & Iadia T - *. n per lb. Barrtngto Han Coae 40s a tb. r Special Colat - I pr lb. 71 be. for $1.0. Our Special Cal is the eqalof ana soc Coree in town. AMU der uarseterl a diversi to amy prt .of tL dy. WATSON'S CASH GROCY PUMPS FOR FARMERS I Meyers Ratchet Handle Three Way Single Acting Force Pumps, Non~Freszing. Single and Double Harness. Black and Galvanized Barbed Wire. New Stock of Tools of All Kinds. For Sale at Lowest Prices by S. S. MOENTE MDARE St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter ssee.. Prep. Everything New and Up-to-Date. Fine airy Rooms. Culbertson, - - Mont. CITY...

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

The S.tearchllight.I fLat es May I Ss, ai. icodI-C ls Mae. P.seae at Cal as. , Met., Uader Act dCores d MasK h . Iy rRANK S. REED. Edir sad Propieier. ters-4a l vasa pur year........$s.oa Adwdrtdlg Rlesa. very remua le.ill be faralb oen applictall at this nde. OuwIa 01o0,. Mow?., April , 1i90. TIE FIIST IREPII ICAN PAPER STARTED IN VAULEY CO., MONT. We are sending out a large number of statements to-subscrib ers this week The new postal regulations require that subscrip tions to newspapers shall be paid in advance in order to be entitled to privileges as second class mail matter, and the Searchlight is on ly comp!ytng with these regulations ii endeavoring to get all its sub scribers on a paid up basis If tay error has been made in the statement received notice should be sent to the office at once. Attorney E K Mason has severed his connection with the Yellows.tone News of Mondak and C W. Drake, former partner of Mr. Mason, has assumed full con trol. The paper continues to keep up 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. — 2 April 1909

E i.th aW Ol k iitass mar VassMw. hat b s Swea the paeL a o r, the settrleast the., l aem. tomen Aaatt l A Pr re statlMves oat the p re s at as ps.e today wUi Man servia to ueade a deeraises teo t-e nSlatS ties at aa aappleursetan t to the servin sth e orf udls to. ra this note sena rhrred AesrE to her previeo not to the powtrs dated March 1. and al e latter now Ssivts, while withbswlng her demand for compeasatish sad settlng erth that she did not desire tp voie war sti alatained I that the gaseas at the anaeeatio Doeeta sad Hersgovina shoul be regulated Ia ddities, a ouplete agreemaat has been reached with respect to the abregatten of article IS of the haerd treaty, any ah sggsenais ci Ace tria o this . sludet will $ epmuni eated tohe s Qt o tho treaty. St. Petesburg, March i.-the se. etns of the Sahtua aisis has been reived here with rage sad shame rather than a esing at relief by pides sad Chawvitlst public, which blame Taori.a Minister Iswolsky for the surrender of Slav interest...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 April 1909

. searaman Alms oa mew wr ma can ýad d h* Pwhs Wt 1T Coo dnsesd fer as Ame assie AT TIM CAPITA.. R.ed Kama, of Secretary of State Kanm has been appolated co* deatlal clerk to the seeretary, vie0 .IL . Neighbors. resigned An esaminatiom will be held in Washta.gt o May s26. 27 ad 2s of such eandidates for the coansular serv lee as have been designated by the president. The secretary of the treasury an. aomaced the appointment of Charles Dyer Morton of Chicago as assistant secretary of the treasury, to succeeo Louis A. Coolidge, resigned. An appropriation of a quarter of a bilhm of dollars is provided for the establishment of a national tubereular sanltarlum In the 8tate of Colorado In a bill iltroduced in the house by Representative Sabath. The president announced that he would appoint Lloyd Bowers to be so Ildctor general, vice Henry Hoyt, re signed. Mr. Bowers is general coun sel of the Chicago & North-Western road, with headquarters at Chicago. The president' has announced that...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 April 1909

"h moew aertb a< e ae ar ýp""i lt tn rtý ý· art "4a, a pqus -ea s at a k bees aheat twip a weekb `mI emat -dt amm - at *bethr he mile to epo the wees d thmer er le 3ust trteg to allet a WV* DR. . i. RNW9.AUIU, t(apelalie. p a. Ne Me and Threat, Par e, N. D. Iew thgs are more, oolish than pratg for a high task while me Isetieg a lowly ea*. U.. in W'11. 1 TOl."dMj ILV. a leaaw & Fr Ce.Y ran N. º. Bid. ! p is . tlIkl rellrusu Yoea cau whether a ma Is walk Lag with a by whether talks like to walk with hia. The goldea rule is the best atidaote for the rule of gold. CO PILES **h ave efesed with gas far dhity dxymm. Onesyeragol eet Id bm. gdn Sm.Coarts for . Is tu o fsm a week I DOtheJAU begmato udimpear amd at the ea al aeweek they mdat troumb me at all. Caeres hae doss waoudes fr sp. I m enatkty ared and feeta Ike a new an." Geo0re ryder, plolea,.. 0. d1ear u? rne ebeck. U pee or your mossy b.... D 45 to 50 B. of Wbest Pot Aut hav hs ra.w emo.. far.lbade: WESTERN CANADA Much hue w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 April 1909

SA . PAGE FOR THE FAMER What tov'mt Experts . da Other Pomhiet Swer Say on Aricultre Mad Ailed Topics. STARTING AN ORCHARD IN THE RIGHT WAY p.nmate and Caltivatiug Are Necessary to Secur tkSe Ue Results-By Prof V. H. Davis. Ohio Agricultural College. The first few years of the life of an orchard is the most critical period of its existence. because neglect is more likely to occur and the injuries done at this time can. In many cases. never be overcome by subsequent good care. In my orchard of some 8.000 apple trees are a few hundred each of pear. plum. cherry and peach, a plan somewhat as follows was pursued in selecting apple, pear, cherry and plum stock: I took trees not more than two years old from bud or graft. In my judg ment, trees of this age will stand transplanting better than older ones, and in the end will make better trees. Peach trees are large enough at one year and should never be older. Trees were ordered In the fall for spring shipment, at which season. in my case, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 2 April 1909

Local KappemlqL. I ,. ... º . ed plats at Tamer t Beat's. arty GMoe seed poeatoes at Tamaer a Many mew setdas appesed aon oar s. ts this week. Taer A Bert receved a car load .1 barb wre this week. The mew Myers Patest Force Pumps for armers at S. S. Mose's Is what you wat. Joha Salvayid, of Sheep Creek, was is towa Tueday getting applies foar spring work. Alva lames left for Bmrockon last wk Friday wbeme he accepted a poaionk a station aest. AtLhr and George Charlisworth were ia from Mediies. Lbaen Wedoesday mu iug preparatuions for spring work. See th Meyers Ratchet Handle Branch Pipe. Three Way Single Acting Force Pumps, at Moons Hardware Store. 47t Mrs. George Charlesworth, of Medicine Lake. left Tuesday for Paris, Mo., to visit her father who is very ill and not expected to live. SA Fine and Select Line - OF - Millinery - AT - STHE ENTERPRISE STORE * THE LARGEST LINE OF ", I MILLINERY 1 " Ever Shown In Culbertson. Livery, Feed & Sales Stable (THEJACK EVANS BARN) K. M. KELLOG...

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

Arbor Day Proclamation. Trees growing along the streets and highways, in parks and other public places, and about private premises, will farnish a pleasing shade in season and add beauty to toe e-: aouindings. This is the ornamental sad- . tree planting. ? s planted on barren and denuded mo. ain sides and in waste places will in time urnish timber products of value and alont. protection to the watersheds. This is the practical side of tree planting. The planting of trees awakens in the planter a higher appreciation of things beautiful and creates a greater regard for the things practical that do not mean im mediate profit I'he federal. state. county and municipal governments siho,uld engage in. provide for. and in every r- asonable way encourage tree planting f-ar both ornamental and prac tical purposes. To further this most wortay purpose. and in accordance with the statute in sucn ca-e made and 1prvaded,. Tue-.lav, the a tth day of .Ma. t.n9, is hereby designated as Arbor Div. On ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 April 1909

e ·earrttijltgij ___ OUR MOTTO: *AS GOD GIVS US LIGHT' TO. SEARCH FOR THE RIGHT. TAT. WE WILL PURSUE WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVEILLANCE." VOL. VII. NO. $2. CUOBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 9, .g09 ,s.oo PER YEA Groceries Delivered o* tre ' ld our " Teas and Coffees SIbt,"-.a".,I wmi mi dom re mat C y oa these, sa . want y to j to them a trial. Oiaas Japan Tea os per lb. Qickap Japan Tea 3o3 per lb. lot.is Bead A C.yl. - & India Te 7 pr lb. Barrmsgtos Hall Cob. 4a a lb. Quiccup Coaee - 2i3 perlb. Our Special Cod- Ipr lb. Slbs. for $1.0. Our Special Colee is the equal of any aoc Cofle ia town. A aordars Lars.'eSr delavee t my part f th atty. WATSON'S CASH GROC'Y PUMPS FOR FARMERS I Meyers Ratchet Handle Three Way Single Acting Force Pumps, Non-Freezing. Single and Double Harness. Black and Galvanized Barbed Wire. New Stock of Toolsxof All Kinds. For Sale at Lowest Prices by . 5. M 0ETNE HARDWARE MAN St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter Be.oa. Prop. Ev...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 April 1909

Searchltht. aint usyr At. ae.I - SminiC=m IRAtIK S REED. Ediur sad YrLearo 'e'e-tin ·brz. par year. ....... f)a &4,eriag Rapm very rm -ab ml be EinaIeia em apgIkatiam at ths Dios. a s (u& Ug . Moin. April 9. IS09. TIF FIIST REPUNICAN PAPER TAITED IN VALLEY CS., 1Of T. rven the Democrats of Glas gow have gone back on State Sen ator Truscott. Hle was' one of the "*also rans" in the recent mu nicipal election, receiving only 12 votes for alderman in the second ward as against Judge Freidl, who was elected by a big majority. If the senator cannot carry his own ward an a municipal campaign,he will certainly drop into "innoc >ous desuetude" as soon as his present terme as state senator expires. The Good Shepherd Guild have been fortunate enough to procure the setvices of the famous troupe of "Culbertsoo Min strels." for Monday, April s2th. This will be the second appearance of the troupe in Culbertsoot as they gave a highly enter taining performance two years ago, for the benef...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 April 1909

4 L ·~Egll~gi uoBFi nr~ " _ Pubi sO. 3s~ gs ~ zdt2q Sz 1e I As - wticin AT WfM' 0hareas AprU - -'D o tfe& wa l4 agrise e ?er edWa a beseos da a !aýº#it` ; he h AUIL A gseat wau * t him as the se frmn a f d a boat beV N was retunIa frdo aw t1iat th. a least aba t rd atsm m- 3 Ua not two hssa sais em g ah m whmoa s od wave # S mM towards t*s rde . the Mktmbw ir.EevmesLt ptrirtism easse lm a n d anmiger. e haod vitlg the AmerLas aoment at ttt od, at s ahe small'rboat neare te dae d the limn e tr ntaua t ip the head str ak up "The tar e tr leta the Waves. The former prat rase and bared hls ead is reopet fsr the a* hem. Ter sair s hld him, d the rw rann Ighgh sad saol. The as. tieal hymn emde, the boas was eol4dl bese tmhe amber1, ana Mr. Smade a orlsg lsap tor the ope dder tht dangled from the .d.U a the vessel. Just the thue ig wave tossed the boat, threw him oe this hmeasn and he went ento the sees. es is a asturdy swimmer, bat might ha ha. a hard time of it i the ragh water It 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. — 9 April 1909

tws rm m wFImr asiert 1ll d .t b W . d Tdq Cw WASHINON MOTES. It President Taft makes a trip West during the coming summer, the bfwn Cities and other places In Min nesots. Wisconsin. Iowa and the Da kotas will be lancluded In his itinera 17. Senor Carlos Garcia Veles, the new Cuban minister, has arrived from Ha vana. He asserted it would be his purpose to foster cordial and friendly relations between this country and Cuba. Halstead P. Councilman of Minne apolls and 0. E. Nikirk of Cedar Rap ilds, Iowa, a-e among the civilian can didate for appointments as second lieutenants in the coast artillery corps who successfully have passes the recent competitive examinations. Congressman Steenerson has ap pointed Jens F. N. Bothue of Hitter dall. Minn.. a cadet to the Annapolis naval academy. Hilmer V. Kruse of Bemidji has been appointed alternate. They take the places of Ralph Leon and William H. Russell, both of Be mldji, who were appointed but failed to take'the examination. hei PEOPLE TA...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 April 1909

w err L 4"ti a wseaiel as. *ron b be dsw oMeSb s4 andes set e t1.ilm e tt. s Ve a w a" as mn a det is t1y eer her a t ! tavrtalem Moore yeuns ma to hie. heyr the slSotb tohe - oe t B. Cao el Dva-Ma teh n e tr. So a tIn tela 0 ea moth I Cape , Ieaset. Maha sa von e.p 'ae d ris ftim wter 0 n rleat ir C-d t0oua -e M akrl scale. Som f p tm.s oif ae are a buther tl.ott ca" Cmot 3. Co nd g aentoth Cod ffiing o ap I 400 or 5. They are baited with surf lana. which soll for 50 cents e busbel. a Exmine oaretonfy every hoo af CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for Iants sad alire, sad see that it sears the In Use Per Over SO as . The Kld Too Have Always Bo..t Experieneed. Mrs. Stubb-John. the Idea of that man telling his little son that the 'gifts of the gods' were ancient eggs. Is he insane? Mr. Stubb-Oh. no; he's an actor. After eating onions a girl should Im mediately sit down and peruse some work of fiction that is calculated to take her breath away. Creamery CI. e it~o, Many think they are f...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 9 April 1909

L: : s.I P.~P Mother Thompson's Easter MOTHER THOMPSON'S EASTER. "Now. Jane. you kick the tender while I go through your father's pock eta." The speaker was a mt.idhl-aged woman with dark brown hair. parted in the middle and plainly combed back over her ears. and snt!aping black eyes. At first glance she and her daugh ter, a pretty pink and white, golden haired blonde of fourteen., or there abouts. seemed the only occupants of the room. The room served two pur poses .that of living room for the fam ily and the mother's bedroom. It was a room in a country house, and was plainly though comfortably furnished. On the floor was a rag carpet, and scattered around were half a dozen cane-seated chairs. I have said they seeme.d the only occupants of the room. but a more comprehensive glance showed that such was not the cas:e. In the back room, in a sort of an alcove, was a bed, and on that bed lay a man. known as James Thompson. and who was husband to the black eyed woman, while Jane was the...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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