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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 April 1909

ý r. f t _ _ .. ,. tiý w ý _ ,. .. n. ......ý x..« rý I1lKW STAI ktleresnalh eOutlw Arritws is I-.n itei soaesaae MARS 31f NZIlI Veasaselts (plh Thvt isa 9t4h sear of IRse-Bends hNest M kPaers. Parlsa April 2--Cliorin Castr, d0* posed president of Venestela sand ir ternatiqtnal outlaw, arcihed hare las v eglng from St. XWaitre. where he landed yesteday merassg from the teamer Versalles. as walked out of the statis sepported by two attemd ants, and it was evident that be made his way with difoiulty. He was pest ed upon arriving by a doses proatmest Venezuelan reaidents of Paris. To the Journalists who succeeded In seeing him, the former president eontlaned his abuse and deaunclation of the United States. Vietim of Unele Sam. "I a the vitim of the United Sates. whibh has Imposed measures against me upeo nurope. whose later eats I defesded in America." Seanr Castro sald. *The day will come when. the powers will realise their mistake. They failed to understand the slgnili canes of te se...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 April 1909

d h as New Wed1rr Cio damasi far do asy WASHSTCON NOTES Senator ouggenhelm has offered an amendment to the cesus approprie tion bill allowing $2s,000 for traveling expenses of the president during the fiscal year of 1910. A resolution calling on the secrs tarp of state for Information concern ing imports of tobacco by other na. tions and duties upon such Imports when from the United States, and also asking to be Informed as to what gov ernment monopolies of tobacco exist, was Introduced in the senate by Senas tor Daniel. Declaring that the proposed plan of Representative Scott, chairman of the agricultural committee, to rebate all duties on wheat shipped in from Can ada and other countries until the Pat ten corner is broken, Is both danger ous and ineffective, the " Minnesota members will resist the plan to have the duty taken off of wheat tempo rarily. PERSONAL. H. Percival Dodge of Boston, Ameri can minister to Salvador, has been se lected as minister to Morocco to suo ceed Mr. Gu...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 April 1909

_M--TION V4glahls Coinpoam vIrwA.-'I wint..ean to know tisai werta STSediche, tee omsut an swel o am 3KU7A Iii. -"mewat s.wome t Lydia B. Plnkham's Vegetable Com. aos doe for me. Two ot the die it dI a not haveaanno ý an aglI nee thuh o e aMt troubles so that I mifered sanl ELTh s Ao le e t meet N. PLydia 1 ?Us- Veetable Coyo smdy for emuig the worst forms of leion, bnnreerstain tear but a tdfe to -y it. sad as ult bas been worth malllon to assay wufering women. There is a world of dIfference between praying to melt rocks and praying by surmounting them. What's that clicking sound? Kill lions of white teeth-chewing fragrant WRIGIZY'S SPEARMINT. It Ii goo to know that heaven does not answer with precision our prayer to be forgiven as we forgive. Wise men lose a lot of valuable time explaining some of the things they know to other people. Hiappy thought-Gee Wits Syrup on paeeake. 'Don't inquire into a hungry man's history." A man's idea of an ainity Is a woman who will tolerate the ki...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 April 1909

A PAGE FOR THE FARMER J Whsat Government Experts and Other Prominent Writers Say on Agriculture and AiWed Topics. SCHOOLS ARE AIDING IN PROTECTING GAME Children Are Taught That Birds Are Useful as Insect Destroyers and Are Encouraged to Build Homes for Them- By George A. Raeth. While some fathers in Milwaukee are being upbraided for their desire to shoot ducks in spring when prupa gating. their sons and daughters are receiving instructions apropos birds, their life. breeding, food, and ene mies in the public schools and at the public museum. Their children are taught to realize and understand that th hirds ate the property of the state or- pi :d jrotection from moral and bn:. n standpoints; taught that birds are t:r!ul to man as destroyers of in jt:rio :s insects, noxious mammals and worthless weeds; taught that our feathered friends are useful to agri ru'ture and forestry, that they need Letter protection and should be en cruraged about our homses by build i.., birdhouses. planting...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 April 1909

NH Seed hadsy at Tasner & esks. isamk CUik. t was is sewn Tesday. Gas Lights repaired at Alfted J. Gar as a's 441E J. A Rtaeagh.of Malte. was [a Celbert Seas sterdav. Joe PRsilty. of Eleadel, Dawson Co.. was in towa Monday. N L. Roy. of Homestemsd. was a Cal bertse visitor Wednesday. The mew Myers Patest Force sumps for farmers at S. S. Mose's is what you want. job. Brown, of Btowaaville returned Tuesday froee a visit to Iowa and Wiscon Robert Braeggar returned home from St Paul last week were he has besn taking esuas as his harp. 3elalag with May ad the vsaing Ser vices at the Methodist Chabch will begia at S 0. m.; Epworth Lengue at yp. o. County Surveyer W. H. MaNn came down from Glasgow Wednesday to view some roads [a this esd of the county. See the Meyers Ratchet Handle Branch Pips. Three Way Single Acting Force Pumps, at Moms ' Hardware Store. 47t1 A light fall of snow, melting soon after falling. visited Calbertson Wednesday nligt and Thrseday forenoon. furaishing coon de...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 April 1909

ea pecl c""4d Apra Ad. 190 asenerd jacebsoe maeh a trip In Cal be taon lest Sunday. Kiss TOle Bales goes to Calbertboa the latter part of this week to take thes Teachers' Esaminatieo. p J. E. Keller went to Siverina Ike's one day last week and brought horne with him -oms thing that looks like small porkers. Thei Haines sisters are having considern- gr ble breaking done by Mr. Larsen and to ?loyd Kao, which they will seed to flax. s Some busy body is going the rounds and eastroying noticens that have been placed 83 a claims. describing the intent of claim- hi ant. Brerking and seeding is the general noe tice of work these days. A great amount Di of breaking is being done between here and D Dane Valley. The early part of this week there will be bi a temporary school building erected in this M vicinity, expecting school to open the early part of May. Several horses have been brought to . b K. Keller to have dental work done for bad b and irregular teeth. Years ago he gave a much of his...

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

Qa M?~k 'A$ GOD GIV U$ USE? 10 dun=C 10m IE= "mug? .A WILL 1053WITH £OGRW3I AND CONVIN BURY ANCZ.~ VOL. VuIIIO. 3 cuLawsON, VALLEY COUNTY. M ANA. FRIDAY, MAY 7, g9oq. St...paYA r - - Phonem 83. . Watson, Pros. c READ THIS I It is of Interest to You. Upon p ment of $1.80 in Cash and the pur clase. o i worth of merchandise for which Cash ha been palid, we will deliver PREB ofall further charges One 42-piece Gold Monogram Dinner Set consisting of 6 Cups, 6 Sausers, 6 Dianer Plates, 6 Pie Plates, 6 Fruit Saucers, 6 Indl vidual Butters, I Meat Platter, I Vegetable Dish, I Bowl, 1 Creamer, I Sugar and Cover. CALL AND INVESTIGATE TIIS REMAIUAILE PEIUMll OFFEL AU orders ur gerraes tesea rt prt a. te erLty. 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 Tools of All Kinds. for Sale at Lowest Prices by S. S. MOEN,THE HARDWARE St. Paul Hotel (NEAR THE DEPOT) Mrs. Peter Belle,...

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

TheT Searchlight. ir" may sa, . Sm. - 9S.i-Cr I - as.r', at rethr', Meat.. Uder Act Cares o March 9. sy.6. tFRA S RED. ditor and Proprietor. Term-L sa.m per year ... a.. $.0o aidaad s apeUimtima at this nem OuIj. sarto. Motr.. May 7. 191. TEE FIRST REPUILICAN PAPER STATED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. INCORPORATION Culiertson Citlaes' Will Again Try to Incorporate in the Near Future. The Commercial Club held a regular meeting in Stephens flall Monday evening with I. L. Brooks in the chair. The matter of the incorporation of Culbertson came up for discus sion and Attorney Babcock report ed that the matter pending in the district court could be quashed by stipulation of the attorneys in the case, so as to clear the field for new proceedings under the new law requiring fifty signatures to the petition. The committee on incorporation, consisting of Messrs. J. Z. Brueg ger, T. Courchene sad Att'y. Bab cock, submitted a new plat of the proposed incorporation, somewhat smaller than the one asked fo...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 May 1909

ave C.s Wi .rva bie Due.!m .1 Ceu rd A ermet S el ae ge ta - l Coastaatiaople, May 1.- A aul msa. was rteee yest rday from the tow orf sadan ao the prea nce of Ada. where ave Amernios women missinerls have been daoe with thousands of rengee who sought asfety there froa beads o Moslems. Hadeia bs withstood a siege ito the last eight days, sad missaarle hs ae been asending oat frantic appeals tfo help. Yesterday a meusage reached here from iss Lambert daughter ofat Bishop Lambert, timed 1:2 a. n.. which said: 'With the arrival of troops, disor ders in and about the city have ceased, sad we are all sate and well. --Lambert." To Reestablish Order. The new governor general, Mustafa iShal, is due to arrive at the town of Adana tomorrow. He has been in structed to take the most energeatic measures to reestablish order and to relieve sufferlang. Adlel Bey. petiryaent undersecre. tary of state in the ministry of the infarior, sidt that the government would make a searching Investigation Into...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 May 1909

WS Of W WII(N OME 2Igere of ek Nerm werS Tdl Ce. desmd lfr he ay, WASeBIOoTw iWEL The nomination of Elliott Northeott of West Vlrginia to be minister to Co lotabl has been confirmed by the seaato. Theb controller of the currency has Issued a call for a statement of the eomdition of all national banks at the does of business on Wednesday, April 23. Two new faces hare made their ap pearance in the national legislature. Mr. Fletcher of Florida taking the oath of offce in the senate, and Mr. Cassidy of Ohio being sworn in as a member of the house. Instruction and practice of militia batteries and target practice will be held at an encampment of regilars at Sparta. Wis.. in July and August. In which batteries of state troops will be dril'ed by army officers. If a bill introduced in congress be comes a law. the United States will own a complete railway train, consist ing of a baggage car. sleeping car and private car, for the exclusive use of the president of the United States. PEOPLE TAL...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 May 1909

wt sa s As K Appears. "A IWe saeas now sad then Is relishe by the bet of men." so fhrm these dtes It wood appear That theg who. at all enmsease weer A eurl the lip no matter when. Are planly not th best o men. Are plraily not the best of men. 0,5,7 .hottie el CASTORIA a sate and sumn remedy or iama.ts sad hildren, sad see that it Bears the In Use For Over so0 as The Iand Yo Hae Always aought Matter of Shape. Mrs. Youngwed-I waut thre pounds of steak, please. Butcher-Tes, ma'am. Round steak? Mrs Younagwed-Oh, I don't car whether it Is round or square, just so it's aloe sad tender. Kill the Flies Now before they multiply. A DAISY FLY KILLER kilsu thoulads. Lests the sa. wo. Ask your dealer, or asa tSO to H. Some, I45 De Kalb Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. The sat can draw twenty times its own weight-and so can a mustard plaster. W3W sEL. AWN4INOG TUT"S ET. American Tent & Awning Co., Miseapolls aceos the world with your heart forward sn4 your backbone straight~. Nprloo hsot turf dndm i ls. ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 May 1909

kIlAR WHEAT HAS COME TO STAY IN LESS THAN FIVE YEARS CEN. TRAL CANADA WILL BE CALLED UPON TO SUPPLY THE UNITED STATEIS A couple of years ago, wten the an. eountcement was made In these col umns that "dollar wheat" had come to stay, and that the time was not far distant when the central provinces of Canada-Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta-would be called upon to sup ply a large part of the wheat con sumption In the United States. there were many who laughed at the predic tions and ridiculed the idea of wheat reaching the dollar point and staying there. Both of these predictions have come to pass. Dollar wheat is here and It Is not only here, but is here to stay; and at the same time, whatever unpleasant sensations it may arouse In the super-sensitive American, Cen tral Canada is ulready being called upon to help keep up the bread iup ply, and within the next five years will. as James J. 11ll says, literally "become the breadbasket of our Ina creasing millions." There are few men in...

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

L:&1a Iappelungs I '~r"'W~amrUin ZIFF Z7· lr. 4 Jd M r . r \-, rf in ro yterday. Gas Lmgb+t repaired am AUred J. asr aans.k 441t Jack Evans was at Bainvile last Friday traactilag bealness. P. A. Oboe receatl purchaid a bluoded ntalio from P. . i. e. Paamiaed Rooms For Real--Inqeie of Jobn Kramer, janitor of Public Scboo.p6 jobs Baa, the blooded stock dealer, was is frab his reach Tasaday and made this oa* a call. Mr. and Mrs. hsas. Woodledoi Soobey. will leave hr theo Sathdo a few weeks as amomat of Mr. Wodla 's health. Wall Paper sa We have in stock a full line-of new patterns ; with right prices. Call : buying. VALLEY DRUG CO. A. W. Huxsol, Proprietor ca ICITY LIVERY BARNI. • BUTTERFIELD & ENGLEBRIGIT, PROP'S. a : Livery, Feed and Sale Stable : * The best of Lignite Coal ban * " died, also River Water deliv * ered to any part of the city. Phone 9. Culbertson, Mont. : T. OURCHENE Townaite. Owner a Business and Ilesidence l.ot. at very low prices. Fecure what you want early ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 7 May 1909

c SMISCHIEF r : .. Tboe Gets Six rloaths La g all and a Fl 0 $oo for Cttlag Fence. O of the most fagrant cases of malici os matischief that has occurred in Valley C Oaesty was tned before Justice W. to Mathews Tuesday evening. i The case was the State vs. Chas. Thorpe. at charged with maliciously cutting a wire ncead gate belonging to Mrs. T. C. The witnesses for the state were Mrs. Moore. A. L. Danielson, Mat Danielson w and Miss Clara Kennedy. County Attor- N aey Dignan was not present for the state al and Justice Mathews conducted the exam I ' ination of the State's witnesses. Attorney Slattery. of Glasgow, appeared h for the defense. The evidence tended to show that Mrs b Moore has been living on the claim alone: p since her husband was sent to lseer Lodge ! last summer for being implicated in the o, Hayes affair; that she went to vsit one of I her neighbors nearby when her baby was at born last October. that she left her furnor tore and nuousehold gods there in her own house wh...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 May 1909

ýcha 7, 0tR aertes *AS GOD GVE S IUaatT U SUo seR TTO RIGHT. T WAT i WE WILL PURISU WITH AGGRESSIVE AND CONSTANT SURVftLLANIL. VOL. VII. NO. 4. CUL RISON, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. FRIDAY, MAY 14, igog. $2 RY WA TSON'S l9CA0'Y Phone 83. D. Watson, ?rop. READ THIS I It As of interest to You. Upon ayment of $1.80 In Cash and the pur* chase of $25.00 worth of merchandise for which Cash has been paid, we wll deliver PiREF of all further charges One 42-piece Gold Monogram Dinner Set consisting of 6 Cups, 6 Saucers, 6 Dinner Plates, 6 Pie Plate., 6 Fruit Saucers, 6 IndI vidual Butters, I Meat Platter, I Vegetable Dish, I Bowl, I Creamer, I Sugar and Cover. CALL AND INVESTIGATE TUIS REMARKABLE PREMIUM OFFER. Al erders Ler.e.r small dss$vd ar y pert otr.s ah. sanmeesr Pee 5. SPAINT YOUR1DOUSES NOW I PAIN With LYON BRAND PAINT j We handle the Lyon Brand Ready Mixed, 100 per cent Puree ! Paint in all shades and colors. : 3 Also every thing needed in Var nishes, Wood Fillers, Brushes, Paint, Com...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 May 1909

The Searchlight. 3wdMay as. i~oi as Secoed-Class M saWt Posteice at Culbertson. Mont, Under Act of Coagres of March 9. 1879 FRANK S. REED. Editor and Proprietor. Tnerms-I advance, per year........52 an Advertising Rates. very reasonable, will be furnished o, application at this office. CsLBKRr3No. MoNT.. May 14, listtI. THE FIRST REPUBLICAN PAPER STARTED IN VALLEY CO., MONT. The neighbors and friends of JI-v Johansen of Dane Valley gathered at it' house last Sunday and gave him a ;u. pet About 40 people were present. l'i ýi were brought along in basket. an I t i old-fashioned vssit was the result. Am m those present uere I1. I1. 0, l1,iT awt family, Thorwald Johnson and f. ,d, 1 C. Christensen and faintly. c t 'n.t I - itn and family,.ismusThtifsen andi nif. L. IL. Fryhling and famtily, F. S. lRetl and stie Ret.Johansen expects to visit the old cnen try this fall after his crops are harveste!. Mrs. Jacksoi1 .Ilaugh. the National Orcanizer of the W. C. T. I. did not ar rive Sunliat m...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 May 1909

* I ;~41. 2~ sw uusm d 3h D Nk nam.. Mhy L wew or the 4e~estiea of the teamer sseres ON Wiutee snt, eIn Waea Sauedses was ahrosIt to Daluth leqm alght S. the -ew of the btefagr teorthleas. who say th toe the ater was pas. atg tr poiat a the war vup they die, -ons wrehasge straei aD ever the lake, sad ia their episats it belonged to the gere. The fost tha she was a weak oee4ue at 'Ulbth and no ware of her has been reeelved adsi eser to the theory. Thp Ailas shores belonged to the Manx Traesportaties company of Cleveland. eand Is said to have been bound Item Miehigan with a lead of salt. Rumor says that her passea gers sad crew numbered tweaty-eme, but this cannot he verifed. The ship was of 1.260 toes burden and under coqpmnad of Capt. S. Holmes. The engleer is R. S. Nott. The saqes of the crew and pasmegers are not obtainable at this point. Worst Gale In Years. The, gale in whiob the ehip founder ed last week, ahd In which also the Auranla, the Russla and the Nestor went down, was o...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 May 1909

PUMEK 0 REED, cub mIhuEmTm0I. * . MAONTANA. igst of the News worth Teae Ceu, deaeo d for the 3R r aseadr WASIlNO'19N NOTES. It was unofcially learned that dice Governor Cameron Forbes probably would be appointed governor of the Philippines, to succeed Governor Gen eral Smith. The postofce department has ask ed Representative Davis of the Third district of Minnesota to recommend a postmaster to take the place of Post master John S. Nelson at Carver. Mr. Davis has the matter under ad visetnent. The offielal complaint against Nelson is that be falls to an swer official correspondence. It is alleged that he did not reply to of cial requests for statements as to ru ral mail service out of his office. At a state dinner at the White House last week President and Mrs. Taft had as their guests Senators Frye, Gallinger. Perkins. Johnson, Smoot and Shively. Senator and Mrs. Nelsen, Senator and Mrs. McCumber. Senator and Mrs. Owen, Representa tives E. C. Loudenachlager, E. J. Hill, . I.. Hamilt...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 May 1909

40a Al u ofuw YqsML J. ACI. 3 ps s thelbos owil4 13pt. s beina~aa h~bis d lh bon i F m .sn bm W 4 A. wet.~ ~ U ill Lt !ow sa YU thos 1swr itWetMwI a to Un ~sbdWs The ass ignNl me2Is s Wagot some mea s a mt'they stn unworthy of aoesk -e ft sMwm.. ow ^a"".~ No - .we f'liowed a truth far without 1tiisbuwag task, This Trsdbmrh £ j.int A1,* U Laaisd inb Qa~ 't.gain g o rpinpieatf farm.aaf fag. the uinehees-aoot on Ooarh. these leni no. as a amo 'hoanb imoa ann w, Row f. - w~i. -~pru~ usrf ams -rew wodr. s dmft~ Wu w ow 'h g mS -Mi ey .3.05 oa rse. !>w UMS 'mo t meW, sdrbna Wngeaas Canada s db aeo esbfaemof chaeb I 'go a rnS2.at Theym ob endi 0114 ins hoiseb bmlq, ho. on thojp~komm o~g basm ho. pm,--tba~ar. M MIe 6X km sit oim ~~err ievg a Ps or *so who b sawl to get to the e at the me. Whas% bmw washou Uee IIs Suse The as- nt edhabmest at rlassie may scopes tfo lbwliset deeds. Hrw te aer to! Its fulr eat WSP' ltRARMIT-fairs masse at bse mlot eans. S a momntat ruelses to cams to amse a...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 14 May 1909

PROTECT EDIBLES DEAR TO MR GOURMET N.I.. Shellish Associion to Devise Means to Pro tt Supply of Lobstens Crabs and Other Sheli. Gourmets and connoitssurs are the bmeielaries of the convention of the Shbe.11h association, which meets ba New York. The subject of the gathering, which wifl Include representatives from eighteen states is to perfect means to prevent the lobster, the terrapin, the crab, the oyster, crayfish, shrimp and scallop from disappearing from the menu. It Is alarm lest indifference to the proper protection of the natural sup. ply of these delicious foods produce a condltl& when there no longer will be a lobster to go along with the small bottle that has finally roused experts on the subject to action. There have been gatherings and conventions on a variety of themes. but probably never has there been oee whose object is more curious than this. Curious because of the change that has come over public opinion regard ing the foods the convention seeks to protect. It...

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