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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 21 July 1911

_ .'ý 'rtslM a-mm. .. ý -t too*i d tis pusw an ýwnrW - haarwa bC - -a M mai ma a hmn i.. 'Mr. Usc.Ca b a pinn- fup Mat bws1 1ha Tm t (, hum b id amladqt hh hudm. sa wmis'hm.. blm Gaemin S CumIe PYIYI1arBiE ·g CaU ar~u AMR ---~L CULBERTSON TAILORING CO : Insm-.I amnM Steb Soak 0 SAM J. PRYavHUN nramesr Gentlemen's Clothes made to or. der. Ladies' and Gentleen's Clothes Cleaned, Repaired and Pressed. Dry Clean- | Ing a Specialty. Clothes S called for and delivered. 0 i SCULBERTSON, . - MONTANA IN TIHE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME KEEP COOL Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers Gasoline Stoves and Ranges BEST MAKES AND LOWEST PRICES FOR SALE BY S. S. MOEN, THE HARDWARE MAN if ?i * 0 MITTON'S ICE CREAM PARLOR AND CAFE Cm. $ . -m ii. m Mmd b M an M dmvam - of Mm e~atts so r0 *spma . + Open M inmL~m Usmy mM Ms hininm + odwia %WWI sad bb iswý bo u, H. wil l mM Mm. -Iev d emImy i em ammlm d Ms immpds Mmmlmm ·Y Ur Em y buss As .am ms 1 0. W. wm uamm mM h inding Mm -w will M boor sha wr. Vmm Binin. tdo tb...

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 July 1911

IARYErt JgrRN CAUAM's CROP il Take 1,UO Alto gether to Take Care of Yield of Prairie Provincs. One hundred sad slxtPtwo thousand bands will be requred this year harvest the gra erops ed Maul ha, Saskatchewan sad Alberta. Of number the local help will pro de bout 112,00W which will leave aut 60.000 extra farm Lands. There therefore, a great demand for this s of laborrs ir all parts of West a Canada. In order to meet the re rements t has been arranged to g t very low railway rates from all oundary points reachod by Canadian w~Uays. In order to secure these tes It will be necessary for you to on one of the following authorized gnts of the Canadian government: fL V. Mclnnes, 176 Jeferson Avenue. Detrott, Michigan; C. A. Laurier. Mar quette, Michigan; J. S. Crawford, Syracuse. N. Y.; Thee. Hetherlngton, oom 202. 73 Tremont Street. Boston. ass.; H. M. Williams, 413 Gardner Ird., Toledo, Ohio; Geo. Alrd, 216 fretion-Termlnal Bldg., Indianapolls. diana; C. J. Broughton. Room 412 3Iercbants'...

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 July 1911

s.ýa +rMlrrtf. ieDkrt Y" nqsitt Mars rear a*, 1is 4r ft lb s&. . I~~. m mu- ~L; min s I) be Is loom - bgt . at Pa.,,. t.,, Qry faClJ or l~alrls 1 46rto -wwIM. an y" bwwf aro ssnr d.. w sa w -,. -Y« Ua . o bum lag rl rb a. w." Ora on was s wn my wft 4&. -- Ebin. -- - - - a i iwig a.5N NNWm - SiTTU!WA WOMAN a aI'e ame. r - hanu men deauth ~rr4for--.& f Ir esti ilCsa vat This mw - ade a born ~ Orprm isi ndh·~ hsw marsr Piu than at Lyamu, 3 l sitmy to toa . us to r tts. fYorsis. Hrsd etreet, S0,000 Mm Wimi'. ro CbaidweThs .aMle. mab Uen Usabsi ao woanshud submit to a 11d Whestle.o.ýoa be feumitdl The hs. hirel. hmar freomroo anm theo ase.. etl (Wgmc CandIn Igatr imt abmav 'elitad t. hin bi. inptS ruirt at _Nhda Lydi hivlaPin Mme ables WiN be ave ea al slatnd.- m d awitsi for adsmw h edvrnmup., !saie atg. .1i asham h PaL qpnuia PLeduui ber wh~o wit itl beset i rs tus 50,000 teh Wantedr Asplytmitd *00 MNNkn Swims USAU. 1 MIn but snuo Rep r t has t Is, .Se. (wasers anad) lodfU ...

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 July 1911

Good RA4s for Glacier National Park Government Speadiag $30,00: on Road from Belton, Mont., to Foot of Las.e McDonald The fSrat oeri.il catrnlee to, . cl;I.i, Matiosl Park, IMotas. is now iN in co.atrrted. Major W. R. lopas, ('ur todian of the Park, ia hard at w..r.. " ith a large force of mm oaastrucll in lsJnut two miles of road from lelti,., lI..atarna, a Small station on the. ti... N.rthern and nearest railway pint It. i.-4' 'U. -j. lb.~~~~ ~~ Rin a.I fw .wl.GoYi.lSatdW t:laeier National Park. to lake .lricon all. 'rom the station the road leads acr',m ,he Flathead River and through a virgin forest of pine, spruce and cedar. to the foot of Lake McDonald. where a $15.tWnt.ttnt administration building is being erected. A force of about seventy-lve men are now at work cutting down the timber and blasting out the stumps on the trail. preparing the way for the grader, This work will he commenced within a week and will be followed by the macadamis lag and surfacing. It is proposed to ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 July 1911

I .... "VV ,,* iSt'~~j "41 S 30~~~~~i 39. V. 4CL3YOS A8TN.FI&Y UYi 9 *S..PEYA - ''4 . '· ________ FOR SALE AT VALLEY DRUG STORE A. W. Huxsol, Prop. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Td.ppion. 34 Jacobs ! Maklis, Props. Palace Saloon SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Family trade., Picnic parties. Hunting and P..la g parties suppled. S, *. ad , Y ,mi od •L Cuibertso . Mota We Make It Easy for yu to possas a bak accoast. Youe e s opea u acoat Ise wkilb Os. DoUar-oes caa adds it as oftoe as you wlsh is nay .ameost you desire. We are asxious to do our part and would auge se to avail lens of the advautal e and lasitis we placea he dit - peeawl pe'.... Yeor besiases wolkoe here. CITIZENS STATE BANK . .. ...... w Wu .:Mitrsea I eel hUNals TL Mieamaae Twim Cliy T e, Ilas re arivig Is Co Teases.ay al..rasm at :s p . wMb fed t Lamisa W. Iea M leae eae. psled by a puse ..preU.ssvs. rV past No is as a asaumseee Is As etd ase., but weat I the Ild wish te ~as...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 July 1911

The SeweMIgt PRANK $. 33 , Publisher. CULSRWTSON. MONTANA No matter bow hot it is. you r.n go swimamna. Another way to forget your troubles '5 to o swimming. What a drought needs more than aarthing else is breaking. Little dogs that care to continue to be happy should wear their muzzles. At this season It is easy for a steam er trunk advertisement to catch the eye. Savannah, a., has a dentist of the name of Pullet. Draw your own con elusion. Olive Schreiner says one baby In the family is enough. No olive branches for her. None of our perfectly r-ý, ,. .:e monopoles has a cornme: on the good weather. Even when the weather is hottest the proprietor of the summer garden is not downhearted. It is the ambition of many a small boy to develop iato a league pitcher before school calls him back. That Wyoming man who caught a grizly bear with a lab hook will prob ably try gunning for trout next. Yet a frog cannot pose as an attrac tive matnte ornameat, even if It does consume vast qusetities ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 July 1911

PLAYING_ EThECTIVE 57O(r4t Eldf* <Crrr ~a. '-- Vms~n ) MW li Ue ates swa visits a hr I n G1e segQ e Earstehan Yr Y. 'm mas imeal magar of the dn -sM1 m -s of A" & bw ighL T rb s . Me ee beard ma.st - I lk. Abeet the only tlnas that m ar er, bowe.er, was the talk at shaeplifters. The tore was amt troubded *ith them, and I em aly at lol Intervals that e.e mas suosed to have her eyes every chels * anbgt when the aaar e ems heto o that poal worth dSN bad be WLted that day o ri - Sr the nses of the ltore watbhdns. Who was a yems womns at 35. an that sh would be dishtarged at the ld o the week, Miss sleo aenonaced. to a very swrs toees: I am a ateral born detective." A laagh greete the words. 1 have solved several di.cult Yen bas bas as ddely alssirng tther and moth r sad It was a se that would never Ssalved. Aflter devoting one day to Sgout I walke itao the kitchen and told the eo she was the thief. She brke down at ome." "That i, she ooafessed?" aid Mr. arhealL. "I she did not co...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 July 1911

CULBe.llHN, MONDAY, JULY 31 The Bobby Fountain R. R. Shows Prteseutig manay new and asesatlonal features Including 30 Performing Animals 30 15 Arena Wonders 15 Aerialists, Contortionists and Jugglers Funny Clowns Galore Two Perfornancws-Afternoon at 2; Evening at 8 The Searchlight. 01 wtered May as. agt,. as Second-Class Mater. Posties at Culbertsont Most. I irder Act of Cores of March 9. i879 PRANK S k.EKI). Kodior .inI P'roprwrior Terms-- l advace, per year ...... a on Advertiinag Raes. very reasonable will be fr.Ksihd o applicatio at this oafce _ ~ - TIE FIRST REPUILICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO. IINT. Reduced Rates to Boulder Springs, Montana he Great Northber Railway has placed son sale from all stattios ian Montana a round trip ticket to Boulder Springs at a rate of one and one-third tares. for the roeud trip 1 be Tickets are us sale dail and base a rterse lIma of thirty (ol) days. The Miseral waters of ibis wall knows Reasor wil care yoear Rbeumatism. Stom ach sad Liver Tro...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 July 1911

= d ~r..+r "o (af m w d .rrw aw km ·I it adal -" " k +." is w - .r.wdw aha-6 a.. woo ft MY s . #Wks tw. Poo * - I huII aomad W& P, M. cini.rbtiapaw we.. M~M to "aianbgh"pbswa miy do% ad= Piut .in a~ mmmls.W cmallw Ca- Dilmbiua Riy . hini mba daw a 4. uas wat pm a ul d ihuini. P mi.h raldsMaiha C ULBERTSON TAILORING CO I Sis...ne d at,.... stah, I* Ii * sAM J. ParnuiNo, Iau.r ! . * * Gcrtlnr's Cloth de to or. I SCtder. Ladies' and Gentlemen's : Clothes Cleaned, Repaired and Pressed. Dry Clean ' Ing a Specialty. Clothes * called for and delivered. I * * CULBERTSON, . MONTANA g IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME KEEP COOL Refrigerators Ice Cream Freezers Gasoline Stoves and Ranges BEST MAKES AND LOWEST PRICES FOR SALE BY S. S. MOEN, THE HAIDWARE MAN *^ i u iI MITiTO\ IC, MIlTON'S ICE CREAM PAILOR AND CAFE wN Mass r1 ý hl ha i M l A MM btm Y t O vhb -sir~ bsin uni -o a my -U* - *tM - k up madwi Me. 4 Mw. A. 3L . hv wwst.. Ibin bm oe WSaaiu arnd -i p-sw1 s wodi d Ut. Ha sn. S. i. M - usinpi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 July 1911

L '"' iiruQ( "She I. Gone. Then?" Gasped the Soy. amki e -4j w IT WITIIJ5OIVNCIJMIIYT/AL ý4J FIýATIOiY JD Dlit Wow4 C ausf"1'3 Ty A'SM~A DYr.NLLu ~irh tuirL~wArre a & & rvo lEvwv C&"WII r .su &A~ er 0 e w(Ir SYNOPSIS. It A foolish young tenderfoot .bcm,ne I eslcinated with the hold, artful wife of a drunken prospector In a wetern miningl town. They prepare to elope In a blind tag blttsard but are confronted by the -naudlin husband. Ie is shot by the wife. but the rhivalrnvs boy pnts a note t. I *t. body taking the crime upon htmIolf i PROLOGUE-Continued. The Storm Without. The woman's first thought when lshe stepped outside the door was that at all hasurds they must go back. The wind almost swept her away; only the steadynllg grasp of the boy, better pre pared than she for the attack of the storm, enabled her to keep her fet Yet the presence of that ghastly thing a the floor which was affecting even her from nerve, prevented their return. Wh.atever happened they must...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 July 1911

Gnu-- talk~ r lr J MY.tbr-4 be w. W i' as .q .r wblw.i wium Mm. DoR UED WH carma "Isr tme sge I was atna- wiSh eamsea from the toern emy heal to my w.eb It bea wlth sl mh a bey. I mdIed ustla teIah am halrs m adem amat slo I wasn sma d-lsas with sksim sa r le. My emu lIohed a it they had been most cat oR with a mmer, am my seek was perfectly raw. I seaSee sateM agony sam pas. I tried two docters whoe sl I hald eassm a tms faUlg stage, al that It maid amt be eared. I them trie ether rem elsU to so avail At lual, I trie a et of tie -a8b tilea RemenlsI, a.1Se eared me at issm when all Oise bad flnel. therethre I smsaot geain them too highly. "I aed re with eassim about tim meths, but am sow entirely eared. sam I believe Catirn llemedlem are the best skh c are thee Is." (aImed) Mis Mattle J. sr. . F. DI.1. Box , Deasy. Mie., Oat. 2?, 1i9. " Ihal u fere kms esmi t' shaot far yers whim belles bas to hea eat am lireat partes at y bee. It startel with a fie rel resk. My bask wasn aected rst...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 28 July 1911

Don't Ived.. I! Walt for the Big Show The LaL Best, Grandest Show Ever in Valley Co. IS COMING Will Exhibit At - Culbertson Tuesday Aug. 8 ONE DAY ONLY TWO PERFORMANCES AT 2 and 8 P. M. Al.. G. Barnes Big 3 Ring Wild Animal 300 300 ANIMAL performing ACTORS animals 300 300 CIRCUS African Lions Ride Horse Back 30 Groups of Savage Beasts 30 JU In Salutation Herds of Elephants and Arctic Sea Lions Royal Bengal Tigers-22 African Lions-Zebras, Pumas, Jaguars, Leapards all in Monster Steel Arenas under direction of famous maleand female trainers Two Military Bands; Monster Tent; Special R R trains Russian Stallions, Arabian Ponies, Dogs, Babboons, High School horses, Merry Clowns and a host of Novel, New, Sensational features. Free Street Parade at 10:30 a. m. Worth Coming Miles to See RAIN OR SHINE CULBERTSON, TUESDAY, AUG. 8th OUR GOLDEN RULE *To make NEW FRIENUS by giving **UOO) SERVIEB" to our *od ones" THEY LEAD ThE EARTH ON SIMPLE WORTH. *I*! The BROOKS CO., Inc. CULBERTSON. MONTANA ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 August 1911

-^~ a r '-ýM rys 9ý ..`V sM i 4' -.ý " 'r a K ..Jy +awvº}t "' , .,. . ... - . .bsý:ra ;now r- CF1 -v-f I. kry a. it' __ ___ , cualtS VALl~tT wuxL NA,· PRI&T AUUS 4.~- as". ·rt-nLus.. PE~R POR SALE AT VAULY DIUG STORE -A W. Huxsw, Prop. VALLEY MEAT MARIET Tdspbui 34 oJo*o & Markl., Props. Palace Saloon ObDA & MAXIM. Proprietors. * Im portd and Domestic Wines, . and Cigars. Pli t parties supplied. ftrade. n prts Montan a I . • • M.,--0 b~o~ooOHJ~oooooooooooooooooooo0 We Make It Easy or ype t pessue a beak accouL You ca opes as accouat hero with Oae Dollar-yn can add to it as often as you wish is say amoast you deis. We am assions to do r part sad would uge you to avail pourasll P the advastses an l ies we place at the di Ymu bi.ss. we.. h.a. CITISHG STATB BANK e m S Ua.W. . P. C. Wt. 1,. M ·is , ". 7PIANO WNTU This Contest is Umequalled the History of Weekly PapenrL t's the BIla O (ra t Known FIVE ELEGANT $35 UPGIGT A 26-Piece Silver Set Wll be Given to irst Paron Nmeatlai...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 August 1911

CULSERTSON. MONTANA There oan be mset a th.ag as too much sport. Feeble swmme.s ahled stay where their toes can teaoh MlOu Meanwhile the pebI e driklsng cup is kissing its friends setd-by. Take things as easy as you can dur. gs the heated term. Dou't worry. It Is lucky that this year'. styles in thermometers have plenty of room at the top. Flies and mosqultoes are objection ble,. but the firebug especially needs swatting. About time to bear from the pestif trous friend up north who is 'sleepln* ender blankets." It 't never too late for the scientists to explain that the beat wave was ~:ised by sun spots. We shall have to wait for a long time It we wait for race suicide to this out the files. A Rhode Island Judge has decided that a photographer has a right to snapbshot anybody. It will be funny it the earth does not acquire a few freckles from this rease ardent sunshlne. is there no escape for the Innocent bystander? Sven the aeroplane has become a mnesce to him. "Don't plck oranges ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 August 1911

NURSVEPWGTEM DvMAAYKp AVIWOOD KtNKfVEL R7 mWr3.US KSsUl1um. O emeasoad the m id ,sr i tol 1I0. ertamd ar. Ird,. h8 coat wrappe raed her, aet m eae o thR canlee usder a trsee a. wept. . was shurt but uaserved from he result of the aeodest which had euerred-ehe knew-eatirely Uthea, her ewa reeklseme dIar. eialled Ro seoas'e quietly uttered warmls Jut beore they hbad t-r-ed Sthat t t orer where they had lost the ti-- was the oly thing he had aid glue she had Inbterrupted his etamries, sommewhat abashed- . de larutima of love by as abrupt and cnosem L "Nol" Nobniern roes from his kees aad ease .to ber. "Well leave the car where it is" he said. "and so on a bit til we d a b houe Come. can yes aid?" He helped Lydia to her feet and they tru es along the read half a mile or ore till they came to a small white house, the oly haltatlom to sit. Half a domes chikenea huddled oa the back steps for protection agalst the ratn which still fell to torrets. There was no bell and Rob asom knocked ti v...

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

Th~ e to.rc seem" .i Nw u.. qm, -Wk..ý~mg Magi. hWlrr it '- Mosat. U.Nr A adfCo d UIOW 1 FRANK S. R&ED. iIw lmrpoietot. Tatr -ti a ýota. t 7o.......) $2.o T..ei-i MOR_. rra emMrJ1i ·nll n feral M epplleade II I o"e. TIE FIRST ROUIAN PAPER STARTSI IN VA~LLE Ml M1NT. Saturday Aug. sub. t .e intserested io he fermati ofa d ew meaty out of the e aers Ead eI Valey Coesty. are re- T quested to m ias CMaberes ia Tasmers C Hall sad diserssm he qusetioe boeadary ol limes of the propsed new Cuey. Every t postmaster is the peopoed new co.sty will be notiied do the peepomed mesaig sad at as hoped thee wril bhe fell repro- P1 sestates from all parts of sme. Under am the new law the locatioof the mosty seat , is bed to be settled by bllt, so the Io- a catilo of the boeadary lines is of para mouas impoataace is this prelimiary meitiag. We all realise the desirabllty b L hsvavg the ucoaty divided, is order to a reduce our tales sad to seuar the benefta t the tases raisead i their espeediture fo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 August 1911

TOURISTS AND THu HOTEL TRAIN AT ST. CLOUD. MINN. Tbe "otiedl trala" caeslted of a sise sad sr cas via: ee garage car, o. bemage car, two diamer. ive standard dampi a, c asr c pae uestbservatio car aud the private can d L. W. Hill md jobs Ri.ginlg. Ib additie to beise ee of@ the bandsomest trains ever ra eut of the Usale Depet is St. Paul. the Great Northera Rail ay.s "kaute r special- hms estabihd a ew mark is astomobie tour sad railroad passeger train history. It is the lrst es de.lvely neotel traoi" eer eperated by say railead. The n leturse of a pasenger train, to transport paenogrs from poiat to panlt. is edblinsatd i this tral. it benlg ased esclesively fr botel perpens. The Searchlight. BEAT TIE WORLD State Fair Will Draw the Eyes of tie Farmiag Wrd to tie Treasure State. Under the guidance of the Slo gan 'Beat the World", the Di rectors of the Agricultural exhibits at the Montana State Fair are pre paring for displays in this depart ment which will turn the eyes of the Farmin...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 August 1911

Teacher Hua Never Whipped a Pupal A SPRINOGFIELD, MO.-.Nearly 0 years old, with 48 years ot teachingl to her credit, Mrs. Mary 8. Boyd, the plo neer school teacher to the Osarks is still engaged 1a leatillial Into the minds of youth the frst elements of learning In oa* of prliagleld's public schools. "If there Is one thllng ln the Ameri can public school of which I disap prove," Mrs. Boyd tells her friends, "It Is corporal punlshpeat. '1 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 schoolmaster chasltsed an unruly pu p11. 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 1862, before the terrible w ar had begun. I have trained probably four generatlons from that time to this--and have seen from a teacher'...

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

ol~ti Nowdi mm. ~;l`;i- Oi in -ib wMA. er = r oYi idclinmlmiiba w.r aqft.a -I psm . 3sl OP. 3lam, Mbaslt~t mibalm y -s~t umhl hi I. J:V . sdu ham ls ba TYa ow Y -a s s by Mr. w/ Mm fods. whi hus~i.sh eaaplme haomi the 1. W. PDa hm.. Mr. W. S. Symwapo to use dIts hi "s ww7 yye -w Mm ea wach im thr -i mint h el hmrn em Of ba~ Sim -~d Which -l wrr mU winmpin bmd way.b Mi v im O 1 Pdmiei mawpts ampaayl her. The sm.*Il urr mub. a shut hint Dow Vdhy Wemslay driaaia w/ bral haiemr hi hid slin`. Whatims mimi, blocso emas. midtha uip is hat or a. ew el al. eArmn Thram ic sml eas etYveb sassd wheal which hiagmasm will $11 uMa "hu absh t *ha mis. rLaa Fr himg. Nab hicia mld aema bee b apsafy M -ssa. The hits rimbs -n hdiaq tm Ba. wesiasifily may Ida ed whch ist nlle a hiist gsemu aid lest hileaahig hisbem. A km shmwa.i vbhu Cuihedm a m eiaaicy Usalay m.euiag d qaite a heay dan ku sa wolmemimy memieg. Eah -s hiawul h y cd drimy mb mi. awhic Is bib has peassble emiltima hi ibm mash to hiw i gimi...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 4 August 1911

anJAe A.N $T ffrff5oivrpuprIfr1Y l EPVmf37ihqyseNDBawV ~~CL~~,u C~.c 1BY -n~ra SYNOP.SaI A fei:lth young tenderf6st beenmes Iaer.irated with the beLt, aIttel wife of a ru.kern prospector ia a western mining town They prepare to elope In a blind ag r:lInard but are confronted by the t..jd!n husband. He to shot by the wit, but the chlvalrone boy pins a hot. to the body taking the crime uptn htmelf. In thder flight to the ra~rr.a estation the woman's horee tt!- *hadausted. the youth puts her , r!s cwn and follows hanging to the,. ":, r.-p strap 8eeing he It an Imtpedl en-nt the woman thrusts her e.cort Into a at , drift and ridre on. Half-frosen b, hn l -teieS Into the tallroad etatlon Jist aU t- '.atn b-tre the woman away. CHAPTER I.-Centinued. Tie actually gave her $200.00o to Start that great institution for young "arking women which was the pride of her heart, and he promised hor that as the work developed, as be had no doubt it would develop on the foundations she was planning. be...

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