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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 August 1911

v r _. n r f x, R.lTONI belle.ve t was a asppy Mary that she had the same thplaeo. brnthmonth and same as the revered Queen Ve tes. Her meeety was born at Ken lastes palaee May U6. 1867, Ia a room whik had esee boee the nursery of Queen Vietoris he was christened at the palace as her llustrious god mother bad boee, sad reeived the naes of Vietoria Mary Augusta Lou lse Olga Psalbo Clemestine Ages. hrom her Iafancy bhe was can"e Prines May, sad under this title abe rset beme endeared to the British publik by her indly laterest to the poor and the dlstresse. The quoes I dooeaeded oe both elde from the bouse of Hanover. Her mother, the popular and large bearted Priorn Mary of Cambridge. wa a granddaughter eat George III. while her father. the late duke of Tech, was desoemedd through his father. Duke Aleanader of Wurtembers. from the ~roames Alae. daughter of George I.. who marred WIIImm V, piace of Oruags. Her majesty has, however. a Ilateretiag Huagarlrn astrain to her aseestry. derive...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 August 1911

Entered May as. tge. as Sesood-Clawi Natter. Postese at Caeeroe. Moast inder Act of Cogres of March 9. 879 P lANK S REED. Edtior aud Proprietor Terms--s, adv ., per yer........ s5.on Advertisiug ates. very rtmomable. will be feraished os apphcatlio at this office THE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTES IN VALLEY C.I, IONT. There are a member of subscribers of the Searchlight who are is arrears m saub criptsio and while the editor bates very such to call atseatetlo the fact through the columes of the gaper, it would perhaps not be remiss to say that we have been ettsg110 out the paper erletely ud on time every Friday for the past year and for Several years prior thero. ned while many of our subscribers are equally prompt and regular in paylag lre their papers each )ear, there aw a member who are sot so prompt. yet who have sigened o iate tioe to have the paper diecemetied. We wesh each sumglealh would look at the yellow loderw eddmii am his paper. The gases1 after him easw hLow to what da...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 August 1911

ass mage r ae *s n owi f esoit rl br nt Ahem wa e at Nsh lAd an «ween .the poie i os pl ami be we ,aslelsmdee seim0 dlbsl "e ad as pias. Valma .ie, ssmmss l N sae ae>Ie ts m oe mim the WEe ms seems hamsf set.se. ,as. Ae do hih th eI weale was sn fasr hos Is de piper . p~eis l am na s a.e p1. a. -- amd an e e +or ul an'l *w mis moos seepp Vobss . ashimle sh h r imrm h..- U lhs oWls e Sth Oam h ws ehe ml bed si ebe 11 pe tlat measio s Mithe mir b**s.- d as1ess o ve r d m h I pshes .a l..e m tnt d ciew o i d sal this my - bee wore while Id mis kis a Lr seh . ee.. Thne 3sMeaherhM a with w - agas laqw tinh WE ha wlbe aleds ASy:mbetha8 ss Yo b hatI is the iderahy s Htpiem rs e. Teary . ithe. sabsees Uslm t wo ie k m s e iu a sheel -thl -a ist nmse .ale a wea is as- e .ese. ue we bss shwa by na blale aheawisae s U smaehts a snues coae cai isetmlam e.dn- p . This year the ilewlug tbinecte wll bh Aligso PFMelame Gerainy, Froshma. sephmee ml irt agsh wLae Cs ar, p Clam. GL'tame Leagues mad...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 August 1911

Evelyn-But when it comes to love akinag lHarold is rather green. Isn't he? Myrtle-Not now. Evelyn-Indeed ! Myrtle-No, he's blue; I rejected 9 him last evening. LAWYER CURED OF ECZEMA "While attending school at Lebanon, Ohio, In 1882, I became aflicted with boils, which lasted for about two years. b hen the asiction assumed the form of an eczema on my face, the lower part of my face beinlg inlamed most of the time. There would be water blisters riae up and opes, and wherever the water would touch It would burn, and cause another one to rise. After the blister would open, the place would scab over, and would burn and itch so as to be almost un bearable at times. In this way the ores would spread from one place to another, back sad forth over the whole of my upper Up and chin, and at times the whole lower part of my aee would be a solid sore. This con diLton continued for faor or ive years. without getting say better, aud in fact ot worse all the time, so much so that my wife became al...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 August 1911

U- -- __-.cr4~C~~II P. t ,md Cuuart does not come from Prdand, Maine, or Portland, Ore gon and it was not first mcad at either of there It is called P&Amdui u w i as uiven this name ttbye th man, who first mad. cslled it Pertand bsmass be tbovgbg it u..lsld Cer teie anmwdl dieu.a aI bedsof e W dihn Engadlm Nrda Cmer the be powder pdced hr dear. iterdi deaiter teatitia troy 6· 6.kalm t pmim. h smeel Urehsuclwa.I'wtih i. d Cw emaw rsu we Threa w Amy bum o .1 i cu.d~ Cse aM iwke meay poedres by d~srest mmtt-I reiarm LCaisrra/il an o d bent nrw sad h rr ·t cmm&. YourlCr~ er Shia" to t tks ws 7aiwrý/ Leramr. V~rriwrIhemeirrbhmn m a d lwv Lbs m Uslwa md tb ble Mw tae ma t~~s~d w sub meki Poaty mihimacksed in~dwa.I sa d and yarly i" this umarty. My. bsvrny byumU·srae CrPitsd mmuIrrlJ wsrr er t" w asks aye ale ales riinasyspesmtagldsmlmmmgrywss Y5*VAL VOTLA W 0 m - oulrar UW·W· ~II ILR NOT A BRITISH UNIT IN IT Irishman Weld Net for a Minute Aloew the Peshililty .0 Such a Thing. Geor...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 25 August 1911

SE WEEKS MORE TO E EH FOR FREE PIANO I: Nomination Lists Close 8 P. M. Thursday, Aug. 31. After Sept. Ist candidates for Piano Prizes will not be accepted unless b speial arrange imnent with the Searchlight Editor. No use waiting-if you are coming in, come inaw. * $1330.00 Worth of Premiums g for the five candidates receiving the greatest number of coupon votes by Oct. 31st. It costs naohi g : - Sto enter and nothing but your time to win. If you are not interested yourself, nominate a t Use the coupon below. S Sc * " Have you seen the $350.00 Free Piano on view at the Searchilght offce? Don't it look good *0nd Four Others Just Like It. All $3S0.J0 Kraus Pianos. * The Searchlight will give 500 vote for every dollarH NOT OOOD AFTER SEPT. , * GOOn FRo Iooo VO''is WiI!N UsED TO Good for ten votes wisen st b l Ol and . l to thr L*,nlo-. g D ep art ment by snaI or otherw0 ,. n or I-Ire ,'xplratl n ,l t,"V T E F O No Sallot will be alt-rld i.-, way or taudersed .it-r be ,ng * So * *0 Have ...

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

ý 1' Ss " . r C ý ! `f `ý r 'ý týý a ts - i ý r ý t x , 1 ý ]r MAN- "~- n _ . tea 1 0 1 VAL*TCOO NAFEAT 5L1'. ', 'tt.S2.0 P Histurical Li,rarr c, AND KODAK SUPPLIES Your vacYton is not complete withust a -Kodak. We carry a compnt. line of Eastman Goods Including all of the new papers and post-cards. Special attention paid to all mail orders. Kodaks from $2 to $65 VALLEY DRUG STOR, L A. W. Huxsol, Prop. - VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 4k Jacobs & Markil, Props. SPalace Saloon svOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. f Imported and Domestic Wines, f Liquors and Cigars. Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and Pielml g parties supplied. A rdw tr"a t : Culbertson. . . Montana We Make It Easy for you to possess a bank account. You can open as account here with One Dollar-you cn add to it as often as you wish is say aimost you desire. We iare uaxios to do our part sad would urge rg to avail yoese of the advantages and cdliis we place at the die poeal patuam. Your besiames welmss. beae. CI...

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 September 1911

FRAN K 1! r IIai CULIERTON. MONTANA Hlghmers are mot adi asaiMra Worry brnlags more gray hairs than iork. Ose redeeming featuse f thM war bsare was that it iscase sebt. That white house ow sheld be nultured in view of all her advantages of travel. A seaport just now Ends cholera germs even more important than smuggling suspects. Fix pigeons have flown from Florida to Baltimore In about two days with out stopping for gasoline. The "boop skirt" sleeve is said to be the latest perpetration to feminine wear. Any change from the bobble skirt will be welcomed. A Missouri judge opines that a bus band has an inalienable right to spank his wife. lie also has a Inalienablei right to monkey with a buss saw. And now we are told that Capt. Kidd was nothing more than a eon scientious sea captin. One by one the idols of our youth are being shat tered. A California judge found a man guilty of blgamy and turned him loose on probation. Probably be figured that being a btgamist was punishment enough. ...

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 September 1911

a » k} _ w . b -t 4 iii r At -t IHCENTLTY the mer uea.s .s rocean cat ses more leaped out of the dtplemae sach tato weh It was hastily thrust the paalstriche powers at Aledrs. As a remselt Prane. Germany sal ng.tad have beens aed with the most dreary forebodiag and all because Germany saw ft to send a gaabmet to a little known but grow l82 port as the coast of Africa. The coast Africa has long bee mon ct the storm acnters of European diplomacy. It tempted the leglosarles of old Rome sad awakened In the bosom ct Napoleon splendid dreams of empire. The coloalting nations of the preseat, especially England and Prance, have lost man and sunk money In Its coaqust. Morocco is the last tempting bit of land an the northern coast to maintain its integrity and there are Indications that this last prise will soon pass under European soatrol. Germany's possesulons in Africa are relatively Instignfcant, rather a burden than a benefit to her fiasclally. It 1s but natural that she should wish to 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. — 1 September 1911

u @ i* i n±, Kaured May St.. ages. S .amed Cs Mater, PosteOs at Caiertn. Most., UIider Act of Comnpgs a MYe . 9rt9 FR AlKx S REED. Ed.iMr alProprietor. Teru--ls advase. pe ear ........ .oo Advertasa Raes, very rne sonble. wll be thra.hei on applcatio at this odce TIE FIIST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTES IN VALLEY CO., MIOT. Compliments We have had iuny highly complimoet ary letters from coa0tars., ot only from di/erent parts of Moetau.. but from out side the state as well. on the high staadard of onr abstracts of title. Thes letters are is our fIes for iuapectaa for amy one who may desire to e the. "There's A Rea ose In all cases lasist as haviag .s abstract of title when buying property or leading aoeey. and BE SURE at's made at this esce. Your lawyer will te you that it can be relied o, if it comes from us. ACCURATE. NEAT sad PROMPT service, mats e.r weur so-escelled Valley Caeety Abstract Compaui. Joabeo . The Abstractma. Pres.. (Ocual abetractems or particular people , titf Glasgow. M...

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 September 1911

ram, 3m' r Yr - a dodmi *umwe alausN it winhce PS ii umari i U mm. is mS. w~ ~ ion a s ~bb -* 5w ,amwa. I"b. ha... $ dave I, a oad maim mwur ammh.ismmhw as -o am"m - -b ad ma. -d. -was mad Ma simasyk psaa - Tm hadm lo ds wwsi. - - @moy ebwb is am m w U isrs 3w km msy hla do=W sm f - f mdq Mar indai m ade ss an memad vi - as b.d tb sainhad mviakmmIr vii GlUM Is`inid use -l wamapsastr wis dearpsi odd.ast isaaswn ttl Nsmr wimesy M uhst d. SMamndawpsd U ukami ad ma mad - ith apple P111sh 0 wani.am ilk me amlma mad pmmas ase i pm d ish kabul I lawruy diassam.. Mr. so' Us. C~abakimmm have us mmsd Na aaidl d Imsk fur samok. Tsr o lap km ask eassiamad myupsayh mad Malenoip d is who'm eammamlay is Nair wink. Tbs LadiesAd Of is M. L. Church AI S aw is she am of Nw Huand ma"m fhamaby P. M. £1 aembawa mad kriamim ass asmlhW bsIM& Misedlat Uassimam wIN ba hid ais N Opmr bas hinm hday masaimd at .lsua giesk. Tb ~M pantr i pemme as ish shams, ammn. I. Chrimela Hops." Gomd ipaI wIE ha a hamrs o...

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 September 1911

g Suops Shms b t*.r I of Calers at I da Headquurrs. LOCAL MAN TELLS OF REMARKABLE RELIEF FROM RHEUMATISM IN YEAR'S TIME. The apparent succeas with which Pro tester Jam,' M. Mumaya, the world famous health autborlty, has been meet tIng has started much disocuseson. Every street car brings doceas of callers to his Laboratories at Id and Jefferson Streets. Phladelphla., P. and every mall brinp h ands rf letters from people Inoir 1ng about Munyon's Famoen Health Cult. Profeesor Munyon'e corps of expert phy dctans is kept busy seeing rallern and answering the mail. Peculiar to say. these phvsllans presribe no medlcine at all for It per cent. of the callers and mall Inqulries: health hints, health ad ice and rules for right living are given absolutely free. Medical advice and con sultatlon absolutely free. Munyon's followers seem to be enor mous. Tho.. who belleve In his theories seem to l!lrk he possesses the most marvelous powers for the healing of all sorts of disease. Munyon. himself....

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 September 1911

il- WLL W UfIhD 0I Pnshd B swsd sub at Auamsat. es rae at as roe. Pas Med mtbatiea wit sehme to Their ,apas.. on a b.asandt twd enak- es e., fear wes as, the wuar Mstaned for a tWatIats die lMate the ooeta, tsris .em the hea or m se mew towa that have bees well started de Iag the pat srig, la the Praise dof "..teh ewa. la Weetera aada. MI msier amdi ul sb bier mtan rn tra.esd thesh wht m a. eea mers whe the eaty eouet i* the somse bie the adnware that led bee late ether gteetleit. whire woual hae eens r ed the me . est v.s lt wheaet. What a wealtht ire wmre bhm. drel mul thbosLas, ma maolle d bSheal of what was declared to be a rniti at spalt sat to oar that has ar bees grws to the previsne. As we drovem asaid eas I thesht at these felow. down a th e eea at Trade at aleias go t. ledel, M laeswpo sd Dltth. whil, they weue apiuls keg each othire' imetrs. the furmer at bsahtchawa, Aiairta sad Meas. toba was .mstemplatig how mue he wooM roeane oft t his crop, now past ay deager at seede...

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 September 1911

0 i ,I M amo] a, fM ' 0 t, "~ /, Bea)i * *i PRLuot To en~T m ao e ageaainn oa weep mara IUihaIrt a ran 000*apons to B*ena l ontan. Isrtest contest any light oIs * 1 S sus entered one thousand thraee redandd saety a.it' orer -sant..a P oo lainsl the prio thor r era ns heat ained in ten dorym sliali. o .b * * S e ern rnt sorep iat only one other. dar oft any prit marmaight $ aW * 0 * sr ientered one etpousand thwse hundred ninuet mil'e an oter uontaf t eas three portest roads in olasba laa rined maot sor no other 800 e ... bar o eart a stand up with OPLAy in hn erc lart road work andta o e U ibis latest contoest aba eant Mt at har o ine and a ornteh otne toe * AA " S It is time to get busy on the Searchlight orand Piano SContesti. atHelp your fri ends and they will help you.o OUR GOLDEN RULE S"To make NEW FRIENU3 by giving "(000 SERVI.E" to our old oies'" THEY LEAD THE EARTH ON SIMPLE WORTH. f . n.M . . *.. - 0 It~~~- -ur L~~;~L;E~Y-* i t e. stir ..r.. .. d is..q1 ' . .sr ,..l. ..r.' ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 8 September 1911

-"e i~Irrb:~*·~ygbt`rr 1toLL, N. ggK) s. CULBEi1RT.SONI, VALLE1Y COUNqTY.,M&IOTANA, FRIDAY, SE.PT.. 8. ,911. SS.oo PERK YE|AR K OD S Histuidcl Lj'rarV c AND S KODAK SUPPLIES Your vacation is not complete : without a Kodak. We carry a complete line of Eastman Goods : Including all of the new papers and post-cards. c Special attention paid to all mail orders. Kodaks from $2 to $65 ALLEY DRUG STORE I A. W. Huxsol, Prop. VALLEY MEAT MARKET Telephone 34 r Jacobs & Markle, Props. : Palace Saloon o SVOBODA & MAXIM. Proprietors. Semmse. . Fyeik 5MS.pm Import4d and Domestic Wines, = Lquors and Cigars. * i Family trade, Picnic parties, Hunting and SPIshltg partues supplied. IA poti. ofl te trade d theb is repecsduly olicitd - SCulbertso . . Montana We Make It Easy for you to possess a bank account. You can open an account here with One Dollar-you can add to it as often as you wish in any amount you desire. We are anxious to do our part and would urge you to avail yourself of the a...

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 September 1911

The SearcMh FRANK 8. REED, PuMhide CU.LBERTSON. MONTANA mropean war eteins ds a wt ways presage a storm. Keep your vacatiom w.tM the Imn. tts of your pure. The auto and the aerqelmg eastiN ae to be deadly rivals. It is not too lnto for pem to seed a tiddie or two to the country. The way to keep boys em the farm h to make farm Ilfe more attractive. Chicago is to have a "soul hospitaL" The patients, of course, will come from outside. Among the other exciting events of Up-to-date civiltation the modern shb story is now due. The New York woman who has a 825,000 anklet evidently believes in saving something for a rainy day. A new rnMtal 40 per cent. lighter than aluminum will make airships safer, but not so sate as walking. If the broech of promise industry continues to increase. the art of letter writing will soon be a thing of the past A taxicab driver who has Inherited $11.000 is going to stick to his job. Hlie may have a meter of his own to dilate the legacy. The soda fountain clerk ...

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 September 1911

rWALES Waemtvprer etL4mu ~ aJW' T Carnarvo castle, Carml von Wales, the investeture Prince Edward of Wale passed from a slowing spec tacle into a brilliant and iu portant chapter of history. Thre daal scenes were the three presents tioss to the people outside the castle from high points in different towers of the newly invested prince. in hi garb of purple and ermine, by hbl father and mother, King George V and Queen Mary. What a day it was for the old coun ty town of rock-ribbed Carnarvon shire! How the pride of Wales wea stirred and its heart touched! The .ower of the peerage was there-the men in their court velvets. the ladles in their satins and pearls. London'a mightiest were delighted to be the guests of Carnarvon-this little com munity of simple souls on the Seliout Carnarvon saw by the hundreds, is gorgeous concentrations, the most magntifcent uniforms known to the world. And Carnarvon saw much more, It saw the king and queen come, brinslng their beautiful chil dren, and had...

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 September 1911

The Sarchidght. Lsesred May as.. aes, as Second-Class atsser. Post e s at Cebaertea, Most. Under Act of Coaegrs o March 9, s8y FRANK S. REED. Kdior sad Proprietor Terms-i- advarce, par year ........ s on Advertising Rates, vry rasou ble. wUll be furnished on application at this oace THE FIRST REPIJILICAN PAPER STARTER IN VALLEY C., MONT. A number of our citizens jour neyed to Culbertson last Saturda' to participate in a count) di 101ton meerting at that place. L)elegates from all over eastern Valley county were present. The meeting pro ceeded smoothly until it came time to determine the boundary lines for the new proposed county. So many conflicting views were mani fested that no definite purpose was realized, and the meeting was hii ally adjourned. Nearly everyone wants division at this time, but unless the people show some sign of trying to get together, all counltV division movements will be tuttle, at least for some time.-Plclnty wood Herald. County Division An informal gatherin...

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 September 1911

G N.Trar Tie Car a me... ..d *....... .. . .I . s ............... .........6: s. , Xsy fare Mil ............ .ms p. a EAST BOUND E 4 ....... .................s .es. 9N. ................. ...... *:3 a m. Na. Fas Mail ..............*:So p. m. N. ap SkLddoa.......... . .s5e p. m AN 5. thra trai.s snap at Calbetsoa es capo the fast il traim. Noa f. Fast mail N_. aS go0g east stops beta and tikes on mail for lr atre cities One Fare for RondTripto Helena aft Septem&ner ! to J, 1911 Retura. LAmit October I Your prosperit naturally means your pleasure. Take your family to the Montana State Fair, to be held in Helena, September 25 to 3o, enjoy yourself and at the same time see w.hat is bringing the Treas ure State so rapidly to the front. If you have been exceptionally successful with your farm products this year, send an exhibit to the State Fair and compete for one or more of the many valuable pries. MONTANA STATE FAIR s$4lAs !SUU $Sm 1W SI Ei,.t s- $*U ao A hudtw.d ahplms Thea wil be ...

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 September 1911

n7IonrIYCIL1fMTAL .2 IoN P/"OAJAw C'RC/, TOhWf3CNDBP4DY /[LMfrFgTAtfS By ý, awvl4Wn~cact c~'u A~, r v~lavPu SYNOPSIS. -I A t.," e yroung tederfot becomes S. a with the bold artful wife of a dr,, tn prospectOr in a western mining -. T.e prepare to lop In a blntd tan .llzzsurl but ae es reated by the I oitl~n husband. He s aeht by the wife, but tah ebhlvalrso bo ins a tetn t. eife body taking the crimea kpon himeLf In theircght to te railroad stattOO the womaPn's horse fails e thausted; the yolth puts her n his owa. and follows hanging to thef etilrrp straIp t eeing be i n imp. t.-nnt, the woman thrusts her escort into o snlow drift and ridees o. iai-froen tu. stunrb;"'l into the railremd station lust ea the Irn bea the woaan away Twenty-f te years lIter thisn mn. Georit .urmlby Is a multi-ndil loeuar in New 'ork. He meets leanor ltaldane. a beautlful and wrultbh settlement worker. and op..rsts wit her in her work. Cnirmly bi~,me owner of a steamship tine aRd finds himself frustrated ...

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