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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 March 1912

4PERIpAL NARRATIVE OF THE oDIcOVERy OF TE - SOUTH POLLE. TELS TRRMIUT STOR Temperster, at the Pese *e the Day O Disoevery Peum to Be Only Ms Degrees Blow Zere Fahreakhlt. lY US.D AWWp53. (Copyright, 1512, by The Now Tort Times Cempany. All right reserved.) Hobarttown Tasmani.-On Feb. 10. 1,11. we Snaly oammso4d to work our way toward the southward. from that day to April 11, establhlag three depots whlh An a eoadalasdl tquasatl tr of provisleos about 3,000 kilos. One thousmad di Mnhdred kilos, In eluding 1,100 kilos of seal meat, were eached laW.8 degrees, 700 kilos in 81 degrees and 800 kilos In 82 degrees south latitude, As the lead marks were to be see, these depots were marked with fag seven kilometers oe each aide in the easterly and westerly dl roctiones. The ground and the state of the bar. rier were of the best, and specially well adapted to driving with dogs. On February 15, we had traveled shoet 100 kilometers. The weighlt of the eledges was 300 kilos, and the num her of d...

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 March 1912

asie em at. 9ow, as seso-cmhs Moarer, Pesmi at Cebruosa. M.-t., OUnlra t olCinpes a Machb 9 s-L. PRANK S. RBBD. Editor aad'Propra . Trwus-t advns. per year........ ss. Aderlmiag Rea. very reaoaabls.U be mraishol on appHestina at this aocs. THE FIRST REPUDLICAN PAPS STARTED IN VALLEY CO., M.T. We understand that a non-parti san caucus was held recently for the purpose of talking over the municipal election soon to be held in Culbertson. As near as we are able to learn no candidates for Mayor and aldermen were decided upon. In order to get a full ex pression of the electors several cit izens, which we have designated as a committee, have asked us to call a mass meeting to be held in the Opera Hall next Friday eve ning, March 22. The call will be found on another page. A large attendance should be had as we are all interested in the govern ment of our fair little city. The Northern Montana Horti cultural Association will he held in Great Falls at the Rainbow Hotel on Tuesday, Wednesday...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 March 1912

ilk pus npi d had tam..-, se own Wmb ia eues of Chimed, was Is tews Inst- -.11 Cae, ang Jeme jU em d GOaw, vImis/ C lirnm loxs - %.Is WMs di t as Ta. a me. . C wsptl hm s n n Los Aspn is a day Gat year VseMubade to asst smai "mput n as VaNsy Drew AS . ESa Atidr .ew ad. J. C. GOpey Ppldr, Lws bae ye tedayi m i lMad wit Dr. sad Mrs. Joeh. sT and Mr. and Mrs. L L. Lrk. The thssregasatr srqikasead 1 4 Ajegs blelw sen as Weddamdam s, t at so de dthee sahlt. This was wti ly soM art d this t e of the yor. Mus. G s C ,rbs wo.lbe basnos to th Ladiaf AM mscity a< she Preseytossa chaseb a amt Friday absueoas. Masrh is. The metiag wllbe beld at she Mamas. The Preabyarisa tidies wil have birad, ro., piems md cahbs for isle at the Cash Stare somme.w aersa.s. Stop is aaed at yew babLry pods krm them. sad you are se to be aatiamd. Charles Hamitos a blacksmith who ar rlied base rn atly from Camdss. N. D.. buas asd o oldd Murray flacksmith Shop is Cabwtsmo sad opeed msse for besi a about a wak ago...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 March 1912

WHAT'S YTN ANSWER? She-Is he rich" le-Hte's been nmarried three times. "WHY SHOULD I USE CUTICURA SOAP?" "'Tere is nothing the matter with my skin. and I thought Cuticura Soap was only for skin troubles." True. it is for skin troubles, but Its great mis sion i< to prevent skin troubles. For more than a generation its delicate emollient and prophylactic properties have rendered it the standard for this purpose. wilie its extreme purity and refreshing fragrance give to it all the advantages of the best of toilet soaps. It is also invaluable in keeping the hands soft and white, the hair live and glossy, and the scalp tree from dandruff and irritation. While Its first cost is a few cents more than that of ordinary toilet soape. It is prepared with such care and of such materials, that it wears to a wafer, often outlasting several cakes of other soap, and making its ase. in practice, most economical. Cutlcura Soap is sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, but the truth of these cla...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 March 1912

me - e en l me1 dbruurwn MONUMENTS FI)~~L bvcto - -- - I - - c to- - iFiiiiA oisi FO MTHElo Inquisitive Little Oe Sought Infer mateao That mH Pusled the Wleast of Men. brtbuuearoi D1rothy. being to a thouhtful mood,. wished to knew what h would be when she grow up. Her mother. told her she weuld be fret a yonlg woman. then perhaps a mauried woman, sa old woman. a grandmother sad a great.greamoth er. "And after great-graudmother, what?" Rorothy Inquired. "TheB you will die. Your eoul will go to heaven to live forever, and the rest of you will be put under the soft gras and Severs." "O'a" sadd Dorothy. and asked so more questloas at the time. When her mother was undressing her for bed that alght. and the rosy little figure stood uneevered. Dorothy said eagerty: "Mother. will you show me Just what part of me will go to heaven to live forever and what goes under the owers---Lppliaeott's Magasi e. Romneme of the Rall. It was on a Pullman car. The an who traveled for geats' furnilhing had...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 15 March 1912

NsEiN SS DRiECTORY "OR C JOUNSTON, M. D.W.COINSON M. D Physicia and l" "1 dUle I eMNew C.e.ebo PhYS.cIAN SUROWO / Culbertson, Montana lbert on, - Montan "OOOOOOOOOO00OOOOO* OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HAIIY U. DALE a. w. Ortschl Attorney At Law Jewery Ofie in rar of Ipdralg Citisels State Bank All Work Warranted -C irt.. * Mm CULBERTSON, . - MONTAN "OOOOOOOO""O""""" "OO*********.OO... O. - --,,,,- - - Lodge Announcements TROWEL ID. NO. A. . A. M. John Hurly v::,,..:,,m. l. all , ub. o'doael p. m..ln Meemmc Had ATTORNEY AT LAW H aig'o OCca C. JAs Ola Iow -WILD LROS CAIPTE'U. No. l . 0.--. du0g---- . 1 Nith. Mots the aeooe sad tfosn Thua.days May ea eb meoth at f o'eloek a.. in Mail U oe, . Neorh D rjees Mo at. al8. es. .ou row. W.M B. C. ¢Wi. Wn* e"*. * 0 * --4 W. M. McINNIS, Prop. **: w...*********0* SCulbertso, . Montana : .Oo Thoooo Evansoooo o teooooooooo CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic ing,Action Regulat ingand FineRepair Inl. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charg...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 March 1912

VOL.1. N . 49 , CULBERTSON, VALLEY COUNTY, ANA. FRIDAY, MAR. s!. g 9s.. s..oo PER VRAR Comaty Divide. Vre. the Vakr O. Nase Malta is now taking steps toward becoming a county eat. Ia the recent division of Choutean coun ty, it was so managed by a Choo ten county statesman owning much of the land in eastern Chouteau and Western Valley counties, that Chanook was an easy winner over Harlem. To form the proposed new county of which Malta is to be the county seat, about a thirty male strip will be cut off from Blaine county and the west end of Valley county will be sliced oi at a point about five miles west of Hiaudale. It appears that after beinag in the game for a number of yearsn the east end is going to be last to get county division. Thas is sure to be the case unless enough broad gauged men get together down there, fhrgetting the fight about the location of the county 'eat, and combining for the bene fit of all concerned. There is every logical reason for cuttng off the east end, w...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 March 1912

The Searchlight FRANK 8. REED, Publisher. CULBERTSON. MONTANA Why doesat an ice Boe Bowr There seems to be ro kiad of tnsect powder tut is fatal to bumbugs. The forty immortals have slid beck Into obscurity, and all Is forgives. There sever before was a time wheb the world had so many es-potUtates. The peach crop promises to be big enough for cholera morbus per Other seeds may be higher thise year. but seeds of kindness will cost no more. What a pity that the average man has no place to store away Ice for a dusty day! A 27-pound lobster has been caught at Atlantic City. It was not accom panied by a chorus girl. It was with difflculty that lake Michigan was kept from freesing from shore to shore this winter. Somebody has said "we are what we eat." We doubt It especially when we eat boiler cabbage and turnips. Doctors saved the life of a New York man bhose neck was broken But be will still have to live in New York. China invented fireworks a good many hundred years before it had an In...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 March 1912

Ca~AiR Y -lJoI81 Ml 3AL L bsr-TwsIs r- ~inmms / Are d Pa.Ingt . od Dynr amI .ite In Pdtir Pam, $tiok of DynawM, In Position. It Is not very long since the ose of dynamite for farming purposes has be leome generaL And Indeed it is a very good help to the farmer and coloanst who is starting to get his land cleared ot all the stumps and stone boulders ona It. In undertainag to clear a piece of ground ao tree stumps it is obvious, ifI the land is to be speedily uttilsed, that the work must be done as quickly :and as economlally as possible. It will, for example, take two men with s team of borses from a half to two days to remove a single tree stump, according to its size and depth to which it has grown. Even with ex 0pert workers this work is laborious land expensive, and in the case of a orest-rown country, the very cheap .est land may become unpleasantly costly. The greatest saving effect by dynamtte Is In time and labor. It is a aving so large that the cost of the raw material and t...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 March 1912

1'he Searclight. Lgaeed May 33. 390. as Second-Clas Masttr. PosresY at Clbertsom. Meat., Under Act of Cogres d March g. 319. PRANK S REED. Editor aad'Proprltor. Terw-t a dvace. per year........ $s. Adv.eisiag Rates very reasoable. wll be faraished on applicatiom at this Doce. TIE FIRST REFUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VAILEY CO., MONT. At the last meeting of the Board of County Commissioners an ap propriation of $z,ooo was made for a Valley County Fair and the following fair commissioners was appointed: John Survant, Malta; R. M. Lewis and E. D. Coleman. Glasgow: F. G. Arnett, Culbert son, and A. R. Chapman, Plenty wood. The Valley County Inde pendent has been hammering on the proposition for several months and finally got the citizens inter ested to the extent that a petition for an appropriation was gotten up and presented to the Board with the above result. Farmers of Eastern Valley County should now get busy and make prepara tions for exhibits of both live stock and produce at the fa...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 March 1912

- - - - - - - - - 0. 3. D" r Ma shk, was habre Sum day. J. A. Meri. d e m. was a Celbert s- violier last S9eder. W. F. Beee andn H. Shaer. bLth ad Mande, woer is tows Meaday. Peed D. Rows and NIry Sdteel bab at Girard, wer is taws het Seeay. Claa es is and 01O Lee buth of Simn Pass. Dawee Cao wee bers Mon day. Mr. and Mn. A. Major and baby ae geid thMs weak of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Oeer Slate d Meacbsteer, Min.. is is tows visiting his mde. . O. SIate and faei- y sad his seeh, . O. Sltse and famiy. The married ladie are sealoedy practic iIg beeket bal these days with a view to hbaving a champleneip gamte i the near fstera with the lady teachers. Re. Jobs Haiessey wet to Plentywood Moaday to mols at the fuaeral of Jobn MaCall, who died o a strebs of paralysis a Friday. March as. Mr. McCall had a claim northc of Plestywood and was 7o yearsn eM. The Murray Blaksmith Shbop do Cal b.e.ma s oan es reopseed. Go there for bores sbtoig sad general blecksmitbing. Charls Hamilto, Proprietor. 48t ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 March 1912

I,'T - ACK NDON14 46lPP C THE CALL 9V ThW~ ' k~gmAW ~ M'QiPT~/MtrD!tA~VTC~ f (CoplrSlS. by '. thM N ewTa's llbM a'r nrp a.) " (oogf11t 1.30. by the MacYlnIY Comp ri W SYNOPSIS. Clam Harnish. known all through Alas ka as "Burning Daylight." celebrates his lth birthday with a crowd of miners at the Circle City Tivoli. The dance leads to heavy gamhllng. In which over N$10.mi, is staked. Iarnish loses his money and his mine but wins the mail contract. lie starts on his mall trip with dogs and sledge. telling his friends that he will be In the big Yukon gold strike at the start. Burning Daylightll makes a sensationallv rapid run across country with the mail. appears at the Tivolil and is now ready to Join his frltnds In a dash to the new mold fitelds. lieiding that gold will be found In the up-river district Hnrnlsh buys ,wo tons of flour, which he dteclares will be eorth Its weight In gold. but when he arrives with his flour he finds the bhig nit desolate. A comrade discov ers gold and ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 March 1912

gBLSM AND UHILLS RIM.S KIWNEY ILLI r s mrle aserlo sn p iad seye and est - a Dioll d miffs t mits mli trwerMs. Domal IIW Pm are very maMs- to th' raw spriag wag SThey wo beckache sad -dmary dm s asI wini ad pec aest -oft bat sob din a tbeh iS sa Mrs. 3. A. 3sastt, o Jehases Ave.m , .in 3tes C ol., t I5t: o " we het & dl a.-. wrkam i t, l ll sad sme pains throhIb my bmk.Ieolem hamdb mner y lambs achedw pu I mesaresl kmne at I was abot mad headaches sad di1mee.. dl. traesed me I bega Usinag Daa's leasg Pills oa was eately ret Ieer I s u e tw years sipes I hav had say Moea trofble to speak of." "When Tear ack st Lamer bemember the Nae.-DOAN'.," soe.. all stores edrel v Uesn W, mSaIs, N. Y. Caly-What's the time, old ebap ire as iavitatieo to dimew at seves ad my wath lsa't soling. Getse-Why, wasn't your watt! Ilted. te desk boy? In Danger. Orgg--So Bacheler Is sick at the hospital? Is there any cause for an= ietr? Briggs-Tes, he has a deucedlI pretty sure. A very succemssful remedy ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 22 March 1912

BUSINESS DIRECTORY ::: OJons TON, A D. W. COIJN SO M. D Qphysida and o. ela r New Cere MIY plem PMIY, AN ! IIMtOBO Culbertsoe, Montana burto, - Montna HAIRY N. DALE o. W. Ortschi Attorney At Law Watch, Clock and Jewelry Omoe in rear of Repairlig Citisen State Bank All Work Warranted C.betom, * Mnis CULBERTSON, MONTANA rh,--- ,* *, - -. Lodge Announcements TROWEL LODO NO. O . &a. A. . . John Hurly -*-- ·-"--" - - Johth, a e o'eloM O. toIn Masonic Hill vgtlu Brothes wrneome. ATTORNUY AT LAW H. IE omonws see. taw- C. Jam _M. I. (lIa/gw WILD ROOS OHAPTIER. NoL O. .8 . levr , estr eso the second nd fourth Thurda o I each monu ath olo'actk . m.. In Meoul flls Nef.es N testse e oeat. . . C Joumwrowm. W. NM -Iya- MI :I * 1 * " * . Culbertson, - -- Montana •*************""*"************* -.i -- o" 8ooooooooooo·oooooooooooooooooo·oooooooj CHAS. B. HOVEY CULBERTSON, MONT. Piano Tuning, Voic ing, Action Regulat ing and Fine Repair ing. Drop me a pos tal and I will call. Charges reasonable, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 March 1912

* VOL.X. NO. 3o St,,. . CULBKRTSON, VALLEY COUNTY. ANA, FRIDAY, MAR. s9 X91s. 'SteN PER YEAR -- ...... ... . . . . .. . .. . - J nt .n . - . - . m , mm • • ., IOUSE PASSES NEW IOME, STEAD BILL warus.l mIwr27.-7 n u.s pmsessd ade -M er y Tali trm at S.s. yemas a pesdeif tmi mies qubedm abeasstee lead b---- patsme ei. It a-s per iet enrpseT ad fik a am* s ao be s - -t fers aik homeses e a. mea Ih eao yew. FOR MAYOR K. O. Slette NemlwMed at the Mass Mestl.g and Prauk StR -h" by Pwtitime At the ausm meeting held in Tamners Hall last Friday night a large crowd was is attendsanc. Forty-sis voters were pres eat, as well as a large Number of specta tors. Attorney Paul Babcock was elected chairma sand W. Mathews secretary. This emaporary organization was made permeasst. Mr. Babcock explalaed that the perpo l of the meeting was for the purpose of nomisatiag a citizens ticket for Mayor and one alderman from each of the two Wards. K. O. Slette sad Frank Stephens were each nomiauted as candidate...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 March 1912

The Searelmgat FRANK S REED, Publisher. CULBERTSON. MONTANA Keep your overcat handy. Time for the weather man to stop bis bad guessin. An Ohio an advertises for a bome b wife. And aI leap year. toe N New York is to have bold-up. t bould restore the old stage oach. The mall boy with bat and ball beat the robin to the green swards. Aviators are doing wonderful stuats, but the toll of death does not top. The hatless man and the slippered woman are two of a kind this weather. A beart throb specialist tells s that It Is possible to marry on $10 a week, but why? Dogs once ran under the wagon now they ride on the seat of the automobile. A Chicago man wants a divorce be. cause his wife refuses to cook. What a ridiculous pleat No, gentle reader, there Is no re semblance between the turkey trot and the chicken reel. A bee travels 48.000 miles to get a pound of honey, but bees are not both ered by railroad rates. What's In a name? An expert tn forms us that clam chowder Is being made out of Ja...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 March 1912

uIl D10A RIIWMl ES -M Z81 - --- 4UP~ORToRs OF THE FORMER PRESIDENT ARE OVER. WHELMED BY WIS. CONSIN MAN. 15 ,00o0 ua rr Cold and Stormy Weather Falls to Keep the Vote at Heme,-.eDm oerat Are Aeused of Tak. Iaga Hand In the Coatt. arUMg-4eator resS 45lcWi l4 iollette has carried the presMlettal pretremo . primaries by t15.@. The msmeiltoe rtuma s tar towages beartag eot his claim. nleatse day was net marked by say seassaleial laeldents. The weath. er was oft he sere character sad I he northkestera part a saw storm was ragtle. A heavy vote was polled. In spite of that, the normal ReIubp Iesal vote was not brought out. Supporters of Colonel Roosevelt are declartaing that the Democrats carried the election for la oIlette. BeSore this can be success.tlly advanced the vote cast must be compred with the ROBERT M. LA POLLETTE 1itad tate Senator Prem Wiems normal vote cast. It appears that it will fall below the normal. City elec tions were being held throughout the state and these Indicate ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 March 1912

1h Searchlght. ·I t mnead May as. ages,. a Seosd-Cls Mamr, Iesease as ce rmoa. Mist.. Us At of Ceagrs o March 9. IM. PRANK S. REED. Editor ad'"Prprie.r. Terms-In aa.ce, per year........ s."e Adr81ing SRaes, very re.asem.l. wil be fersdshed on applicatiee at this dio. TIE FIRST REFUUICAN PAPER STARTSE IN VALLEY CO., MONT. Aay oe who registers sad vots at the mualoipal election in Culbertsom neat Moaday, who has a claim outside of the city limits upon which be has mao yet proved up, will lay himself opeu for one set. ,as o one can claim a residenee a two place at ee sand the same time. If a man claims Culbertoen as his resideoce be thereby literally relinquishes his title to a homestead elsewhere Nest Monday is election day for CuJ bertaso and the election will probably be hotly cotested as far as the candidates for Mayor are concerned. The friends of either candidate seed not think they have a walkaway. No efort will hbe spared by either side to win and it is expected that fully aine...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 March 1912

SIIY-Lapped I ··-'nAs d Ndem. e at te Sake su was is tra m W edm.dsy. Dr. J amme nd M. J. Da v.iJted pepar Weimay. Mr. md Mrs. Dick Burmeiser have meed es Aseeope. A. D. Pale of Wil lte. a lad m was o wan Wetdaeeay. Dr. Chimes west t Mediels Lake Wedaseday in ceslteadtst with Dr. J. L. Anierme the cas of Mrs. James Kelley who is quite ill. For pod thngs est along the bakery as ye shoeMd call is the Preshteria la dies who have their articles m sam at the Calbertsoe Cash store tomorrow afuersos. Yes will be eatieed with qumatity. quality and price. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Baker and see arrrived haeee fom rie. Ill.. a Wednesday after speeding the winter is their old home. Reom FiPsicm. a .ephew od Mr. Baier esoompased them oe the trip. Mr. Baber sad family west at omes to their clam ea the South Side. BOULDER HOT SPRINGS MONTANA The Carlsbad of the Northwest SITUATED 3 MILES FROM THE TOWN OF BOULDER, MONT. ON THE MAIN LINE OF THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY The New Concrete Hotel and Bath House r...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 29 March 1912

"0< '_ _ _ it by CooLJ!W.cmv ·k GH NIDOW~ ~ Cn';l T:nlyr w~tc.Yo m a~=,~ SYNOPSIS. slam Harntsh. known all through Alas a.L "Burning Daylight." celebrates hie birthday with a crowd of miners at the Circle City Tivoli. The dance leads to heavy gambllng. In which over 00.000 L taked. Haralsh loses his money and Smine but wins the mall contract. He tarts on his mail trip with dogs and sledge, telling his friends that he will he in the big Yukon gold strike at the start Burning Daylight makes a sensationallv rapid run across country with the mall. appears at the Tivoli and is now ready to Join his friends in a dash to the new old fields. Deciding that gold will be nd in the up-river ontsrlct Itarnlsh buys tno tons of flour, which he declares will be worth Its weight In gold. hut when Ise arrives with his flour he finds the big flat desolate. A comrade discov ers gold and Daylight reaps a rich har vest. He goes to ])awson. becomes the most prcominent figure In the Klondike and d.cfeat...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
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