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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 August 1912

* f t.. l n . WLU ZWBIRSOK, VALLEY COETh, TAA, Augast A:. pas. t*.o PfR lu A Am VedI ha WUw TOW 1 I. Ohs lmrdw cm"c Ghpi wfthi ý The tiltd alma Via., thebt ins... bq apmbinbiOll i indomth0 chmqs b~lli thb maiuag at s. aeld4 So Owed star !mt whir. -w to$ta aihssi ~sF.t Psck mamatis Ir A .qd is btiuesi - throedinbtea 1mb Prtatrm - w aseamd Tam. dq w mammwa 1W nida day rthsdiual -th at Lmawinth e .al~us whitha, t aa Iwhmmu Bulk, tida mae. tot a amIn isE - t posmd that the demlisa sodaby do sct wmasot jauetad that be did ao boav do hast di a lair uaIa. A usa ammaot .13 burnaishI 4.. to la -oto -4ed Whe. the ftaac ib to paubra I. baasil. ~paed, the whoel a~ham bsaaammdelmVpi A lawdamse Cho.ýhbtr. Tablehsais. aM r ae.sem. Thai vW M ,aala in dyeim~imý~. a ho ::Ly dz Try IL Mmp1 sttes ham buee prinmaesy csm shyyset -aa Votrats by W ldaml.r ******Mun**n**********neweeneg"" Biggest Offer Ever Made. j * * FIve Bars of Palm Olive Soap given away absolutely free to Severy purchaser of one jar of...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 August 1912

Tb*Semrh~ght IIKi.n $r aIO PuMbisher. CULS TSONi. MONTANA assues vays arc spemndg days. The style Ia urwns to eertalaif eose is astart. The plug bat s te be abellbehu evs to Iaglsh soelty. Occasonally the -e7ers v eoplans to order to get a fresh start. One way to beep eel I. to siaMe .aiding rules aheet how to de IL It ts predcted that the sheath skirt will disappear with the summer girl. Yea camast coariace a suaburned m that there arn spets an the s Walt until cost weather comes be. lore you wear tight collars or dibees politics. Accorilag to a 3estes savant. Amerlesas will eveatually be a Sate tooted re. It takes a here to go about to hs shirt sleeves, sad a martyr to hesp his cost on. Bathing sift bought early to the -sss new cants r taleam powds tad a shbe hors. It might help seie theme days, t so dew. to the bassemet sad toadis the smew shovel. Once to a whil a basebabl werite speaks of a player's Sagurs as Sugurs ead set as "digit." "The black death" Is leading to a gemeral c...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 August 1912

x. -tin Týý a ýR "ýw^aFl"R ý,. Iba Nam amsutem m 6 - s 4 shae seewn * .....6. m a6 as r kM e to s el ltma h t ee* !upecst.s aue ese late thu te I- I 11Y5s5s om Queen 3e a's t mmiem da p 1an sit the 4 s meem btweea the sen sad U1shear asem asd a3 b The hgammer make comiat g-eah }ad new sower buds aS troeng the pmmner and are therefore very -r ealy teassd everbloomsa. Buathe appdllstbor of the latter lsa uluemer. for they do met beam perpetema -as the amime would eadiest, -o oap eme -sop of sowers In J3am with an oendmleast blossom is atuamn. Ual mbately, the ges-roes are not estirely hardy laceor morthera climate sad. it flsmted at all, require winter proteotldn. The Hybrid Perpetuams, os the other hand, are perfectly hardy sad vigeroas, ami dstbaguilshsd by hte tollage sad magalsoent lowers, both as regards mime of bloom Mad olor, which explains why they oan tinue to be the most popular romes. Thee Is, for Ineataos our old Hy buid Perpetual friend General Jaeoue ant, hafsllarly know...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 August 1912

Oaser an tc m, a see ia =*5* ~Aesue ol 3mb, SO6,,.gºIS FRAM i. -R.ED. Sitor and'Prepleter. Twins..-fta asese, per year ........ Sa.se £ieeeeelsg seeem very ressueabls, will he hSrmiaheiea applliSaMto at this omoe. TE FIRST REPULICAN PAPER STARTS IN VAllEY CI, RUNT. The Valley County Independent for Aguast gtb gives some mighty interesting reading about old times in Valley County and in Glasgow. A review of the county commis sioners' proceedings for the year 1893 gives the first set of county officers and many other interesting details. Church organizations in Glasgow also receive considerable attention. The sixteen page paper is chuck full of interesting reading matter. The Searchlight wants so get reports re.m every farmer in Easter. Valley GeCsty this fall as fast as their threshing is eempleid, as to the quality and quantity of their crops. The season has bees just the kind to develop. the cereal crops to their fullest esiet. The cool days daring the time the wheat and oats were ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 August 1912

" 7 - y ý` f max' 4 I Q. seeeger Msn wam s cCadigee OCeuav shd saubhs was is m e metS -s Tesdaey. ar.... Weer as le wse 1sensel pg spplalw erberhmet. 14a Iamper , es few.. his samae Tsmeai., md asi h g pe d - . - she Msg ap he h aamt is h'am . Pie Nelmer waols seeo Tuemeay. He asMs the crop an his fra this cet wAll make hs cedesere eel godi. Jim aiwey" as a pest Jasher. WANTED-A well bored at ames. cs hases prehlreid hor fEA pt. Write sad etatw prsoc. Well w be mabesd. Ches. 0 Haw lns. Lamhrk. Mast. Flees asm mile west of Lameek. 27t5 Mam KiU.es left MEnday morning far Gread Foets where ahe will meet her anther ead tagasher they will geane to DetroIt. Miss. where they will vish Carl Kilegitad. From there Eim ksllagated gp to the Twis Cities far her fall milli 7- vods. LOCATION WANTED.-Doctor wasts beest.. har imeaelf and dreg sore. Maek Worth. MiEnt. N. Dak. s4tbo Rev 0 j. Hage restrnmed Meoday from a weeks visletup s the aerthere part of the comesy. He vIsaed his coasmi. K H. Loas ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 August 1912

D DDp DIGESTION I4e d May Develop ito a Stm.e Fom o Samaclh Tun ls. 'theBeast~el degls .pls~eTM Up .l ds Tw .sM sh s iBsp . wh..seratsyqpe.mhNsbd "A few years ago," says Mrs. Gueore sous, of Finlaysos, Minn., "I begas to sufer from stomach trouble. It eame on me gradually and I do Net know what caused it. I gave little head to it at the time, thiakiag that it was merely a slight attack ot Indiges' sie. It finally developed Into a severe derm of stomach trouble and I suate ed terribly for months. "At the beginning of my sickness I had fainting spells and beesme unoon ecious. There was ga as my stom ach, my appetite was very poor sad what little I ate did not seem to be dl. gasted. I was sick at my stomach a great deal and had severe dizzy at tacks. I had hot flashes when It would seem as though I was burning up. I could not sleep night or day during these spells unless I took something to ease the pain. I was very weak and was in this condition for six months. I could not do any work...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 August 1912

It '' t o~ fslP~ L bWfth he. Napes Jos Arad AmSjS5& hernias'st wibuS ULwr hied va N ehssvu burt tha" wethe s ihL A Mtw 's h ps sh u I Am fauts aie Wilto Alh ews Ma e..siauslb atwo isle the " saM al eskes=a ij ms lj5S ~th3at a" t. rela s .1OL Bh~~ ain bt hrcst hea ses maturW al MtelinS Theas rrsli maoss K he i a r' e gach ether. by ýiesma that helI the anwho hilld fewite Is the muniinlin std disacatam the writer e[ the lettest eSo Newbold. wife to haye bess James tmstsgt7owb ole elim to start is AA'st°"eetssa h ir CHAPTER XVII-(Contimned). "Nothlag," said the woman. ner shrinking back as tank, facing him with all the courage and daring with which a Goddess might look upon a man. "Nothing but my weakness and your strength." "Yes, that's It, but do not count too much upon the one or the other. Great God, how can I keep away from you; life on the old terms Is Insup. portable. I must go." "And when?" "Anywhere, so it be away." "And whean" "Now." 'It would be death In the snow sad In ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 16 August 1912

¢ 'TON,A. D. Plpkha and ease IN r. Ne commab... m'-. Cdbsrtbs., Meotana IAIIY I. DALE Attermsy At Law Om in reer of Citiseas State Bask coesse.* assem Prsm.U . Is as ceare.. mini M . U.S. &mm idme John Hurly ATTORNAV AT LAW T.W.COWNSON M.D PeevacAN a su&moo' bertson, - Montana ******************* . W. Ortschled Watch, Cluck and Jeweiry Rep.irlag All Work Warranted CULBERTSON. MONTANA Lodge Announcements TROWEL WDel NO. N A. A. M.-I Meets shoesound Mad toursh Mondae,"or ea ymashlI*mPielIwdoo i. ia Manl.e Hml. H. 1 Ns.. see. .OScaUC. JAN WILD ROHE CHAPTER No . 0.. R. EMes the mmmnd mmd IovbTbwiv of emebom .thown o . AN rt IOU eIBl. EMa. j Josreog. W.1. S.. Win winemsesr. *OO@OeO@@OOO@OO@O@se NEW POPLAR HOTEL 1. J. Moes., Prop. ROOMS CLEAN AND NEAT AND BEST OF TABLE BOARD. COURTEOUS TREATMENT to EVERYONE Poplar, - Montana * 0 * * 0 * 0 * 0 OUR GOLDEN RULE 0 *T* make NEW PFIBNVS by givlu 0006 SERVICE ..t d...d ."" The Brooks Company's Store is the Place to buy your Staple and Fa...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 August 1912

-" -¾`'- ~r~~-L · .,ý-r . r - -ý -, ir 1 ·· Cr a" r - , .3 J, -IHL·~i ;E.? -'1 " . . `OL XL s A ?. dhý ýoL. 2. U ,,79-,. • . .. • BRTnAoN. VALI COUNTY. 10 iANA, Au.a !3.19,,,,,,,B YA .. .. .. .. .. .. . • r-.'','. i.. '•. , ! r- . .. . . . . .. ......... -. :5BOI0LBOESR oiS SHR 9 FOO $I 6 ina Mets hw *-Is had a reputadoa Sas Ia alb eot. No essa.ls a the wenM a sese lm r vaistls d the t.r thea the Treasre sate. As nes at tis attets haws ater em emi to e oa that the heN Bstea eirat maatmas a akm I t t" wher are ge ws aat as ptatus ae as the dial er at that ~uss. Ihat Wse mns isk bagt tar amralatad whs it is res le hat the e netam -se mok senst m as wa, mlabe.s Naes s. Mti. as-ts. Eisemes sl.a oisesesm Ia all o w d te as petas a et ha" ag bamt a leadwi aestr. SI the. w .ltes Ipsetore t e d oaos tohe vales t ad Ganeaa, the Talrlwetees othe w er lest, the .athead r a the .17 ribias bemoe o Nerthea Meateam, Dawson sad .rsso seaer, Ia fact to e vry uma tois or A al , peams whlek deff eemps...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 August 1912

,he sewrhugt PRANK P. tSED, Putilehes. ULSRTSON. MONTANA te spders favorie madim I. b.an to labor and to wait. The summer girl Is puttin a her eot ot ta and freckles. It's either a deluge or a drought to make the farmer unhappy. Why not sell it "aeroplane!r It would be easier to pronoune. Vacationers regret that the game ot eoming beck was ever avested. Almost any small bols ambitics at this seaso is to be a pearl diver. In hot weather, put of all the thing you don't have to do to another day. This Is good weather for a revival of the Greek costume of toga and saw dal. Con.acation of their automobllee would deter reckless motorists from scorhing. The summer season Is trying to make sood the deficit of heat piled up last winter. Yale has given up basket bail, thi heading of a challenge from the Wellesley girls. It takes as much time for a water. melon as for a man to becom thoe ougbiy "cooled of." Strange as It may seem at bet thought, no grape seed was ever found it a vermiform appe...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 August 1912

0 U a IP trtiland i r won leachw e U ut Ur esulagt Ui Marl OQri esatrasl as Im b he blIt sl sfut eaot set a tyl advetrlmat trem the me.spepr furs he. "Tos lady at nrlmrno t sa -. turo lid ed pIles sollM st the Sabreme betl, Samess ItN. 5. eard al r.om fres, £ohsl uss pesatll . ter.m. os slimed.O she" It'W ma bettoro h1 ttr eg to term as bad whisk wll eatsr rais reetks~" e musemd. "ma as a bleis easa. Mauls, yes are Set a ewilag soucess Ill ask Jrimmy Bseks to take charge f the place this sommer. Tho If the smpurerrituoratsle Suabrues he. tol will have ar rfl susly Birth to ma.te m ef my see taldt." : The detadls attoadel to, ad rdle sees stiem. Mauds hurried the lat tw to tS p)stsle befee there was time r pportualty for a ehang it alad. As luck woul have Lt, the So brease hbtel dil weat her, or la less itha a amath, she was JeureLag to wards the fashomsabe summer rssrt. Aln that the meagurseut had elam. oe hr the pealtls proved trun It was a dosirable eo. Aecstome. as she had bee a ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 August 1912

I1IM ~ ~ Mas9 uiru ,""sosiC PRANK S. REND. Nihu.' mi Pmepdr." 19am,-% baoS rr yw..e..... MatIIJI gm.Ri... vsyM"'m.sMs wU be iur~iiMO apphhem.min at db. eic.. STARTSR IN VALLEY CL, 1INT. bRqlmUk Naussal Ticke P., r ftiniiu wmmr Ntswaed Tall P., vhs Prr.ai~se jam t~S *rst s.r The Republican primaries which d are to bald in Tanner's Hall to- e morrow night from 7 to 9 o'clock Ii will be one of the most important t political meetings to be held this fall. At these primaries seven del egat.s and seven alternates will be elected to attend the Republican County Convention next Thursday b in Glasgow. At the Glasgow con vention 24 delegates and 24 alter sates will be elected to attend the Republican State Convention to be held in Great Falls, Thursday, Sept sth, 19x2, at which time can didates will be named for the state officers. Besides the election of delegates to the state convention, the Glasgow convention will place I in nomination the Republican a County Ticket. It has not been decide...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 August 1912

_ OI m.ibw i...m .hid sibb weal. Robert WSameler ma euip o WOit we M. day. Ms. A. I. CalwY el Chasge Cins, was sppiesq here Tedy. Mrs. A R. MattI was dewe from pap. r veaerday deleg seem s lg. Mr. Muls rems harse Tu h day; he spect to bid as theCelberses Fairr read. Methodie srvees will be bMad Sia.dy lighas. au s m Tasase laD by mew. R. T. Cookangham. pester. Wismeer . West Co. are ad.ertlesi thewr fall hioda in the Seabhllght ahis week. Also hoold ampplie of all blds The Misnse Jorgeese., two sister fro. Milaeapolis. were located e claims yes terday i the aew Danish Colony as the South Side by W. Mathews. K. O. Sleue is at Pleatywood this week. sellig a beach of hores. 1. O. Slete is out to the farm superiateadip the harvest lug of their big crop of gras. Ira Palmer; mo of Mr. and Mr. S. B. Palmer of the South Side, fell ead broke his wrist last Friday HIe was brought to Culbertsone ad had the fracture rededd and is sow dolug nicely. KEEP COOL * oI.LT YOUR ICE FROM J. E. BEWICK of...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 August 1912

IS womaa' eye the most attras a slag about a man is her abOili to atnret hta. r. J. H. RINDLAUS iSp nst), fTs Iar Nees and TMat Parge, N. D. Its Rank. "Do you think telephone operation ma be classed as a prtessoat" "Well, it certainly Is a calling" Ideals. "What is your Ide of a perfect hus band " "One with about a million, who would lose no time in makingl me a merry widow." Case of Mistaken identity. President Taft was out for his aft ernoon walk In Washington one day when a flaxen-haired little girl ran out. In front of him, heold up her nae.r, and exclaimed, in a shrill volse: "I know who you are!" The president, thinking it not at all unusual that she should possess this Information. but willUng to gratify her, asked: "Well, who am I?" "Aw," she said teasingly. "you're Humpty Dumpty."-Popular Maga slne. The Other Way 'Round. A good little story, long current in England, Is just now gaininglal Ameri can circulation. It has for leadinl characters Rudyard Klpling and Doro thy Drew...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 August 1912

a S a iilm rSrM tas t l t bet he ti r t, ·hr -V*WMZ :K - m * I bsemneetMatess aadoemeee ea sad w e re td that be a toeae the m .i ese.tw Sa'l thear w. ita W rUtV. * oeb. A eiwtt to t o e ie e e er. U a il o m Ard .roas . Ooom - that ewbold had et tI the dI ete n, know that the s ht r ioisepn l r s. aid diecovers the writer of the lettere Armstrong. Newbold decides to etart to the settlement be help. The man Sm dto hia wles memo?. and Haod tm tempt ed to teli him of the letters In her poe Peesion. Aruhstrong accom Kikby and Re if ai tland, nd a note that Newbold had left In the deserted cabin, and know that the girl Is In his CHAPTER XIX-(Continued). Not altogether admirable had been ames Armstrons's outwardly success ful careor. In much that is high sad noble ad manly his actions--nd his character-had often been lackin. but even the base cana love, ad sometime love transforms, If it be given a chance. The passlon of Cymo for Iph Igonia, made a man sad prince out of the rustle boor, ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 23 August 1912

Sb NeowG Cde0rrt.a, Montaa NAIIY I. DALE AttUrsy At Law Oaoe ia reor o Oitioeae State Bank Cheese.. *- r 1l!. fti Ails. John Hurly ATTIRNRY AT LAw .W. COLUNSON M. D. PNVYCIAcN suROBO'" Cberteoa, - Montana . W. Ortschied Watch, Cluck and Jewelry Repairing All Woek Wanrrnted CULBERTSON, - MONTANA Lodge Announcements TROWEL LD01).. NO. Wr A. P. & A. M. Mew the e eond and fourth hoedays of eah nCuth, at t o'locdk pL i.. i Mmomle Umll. Srote woloome. II. ross. . .Je .c C. JA*n WILD) RE OCHAPTER. No O. O. .. Meti second ad foud rth Th..rda s of t e.ach month atSo'dnck n.. In Memole Bal. Mas. C. Jonuoes. W.M I. . Wir. ner.tears. NEW POPLAR HOTEL 1. J. Mose., Prop. ROOMS CLEAN AND NEAT AND BEST OF TABLE BOARD. COURTEOUS TREATMENT to EVERYONE Poplar, - Montana * 0 * S * * I OUR GOLDEN RULE .To make NBW PIEIBNUS by gviag 0001) SBRVKB to ear eld eYss" The Brooks Company's Store is the . Place to buy your Staple and Fancy Groceries. Chase & Sanborn's Teas and Coffee, Monogram & Univ...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 August 1912

* r r T-me PFasrsmes Comeyr Ceene G emsw Tamimy at wJhi aim *twest delgaes wt elated at atoed h seste 3a Ms Omevamilen a he held at Hel -e bn sept. 0b. OEvy tea delewne we dimed e seck essy. but o may mEt ad top m m VdIAr Catr that tweaty -e w rn eleted wihb ee-half aweatach. it was abe aetdamiad a bave teb Pt -olve Comay Ceamavl for the am s sesale eCeasay odeas held ia Cualert se a Sept. yth. Jack Hi~gpa sad G. H. Cater epem atd Cdabertms at abe Mae M 8eetlag OGlagow Tueady. FeLewig we the deeptes ad alter mat elected a attead the state convention Delgates: Altersates: Meat Ab BU s I. F. Atwmood . C. H. Stees lsaac Radr les Harry A. Va C. W. Nelsa T. . Crateoer C. B Taylor L. H. Mil W. H. Taylor Albert Marsdha PFrak Rider W. . Woo.ride W. Barr Fred uM maead H. D. Roab Manirv BkerwI H. M. Mclatyre W. W.ed. C. B. Peterson W. B. Rbhode Redoph Ewy R. . Jehaeoa W E. Biddle Calberton- Pat Nacer Henry Lowe G H. Coalter ) J. Higiau Poplar H. C. Walker Theodore Rounds Moadak acob Seel Fran...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 August 1912

The Searlchlght FRANK 8. REED, Publisher. *ULEBRTSON. MONTANA Vaeationers have no ambition to ome back." Girls in tight skirts--wel, the Iss aid about them the better. Dealers to evaporated eggs do not always sacceed Ln evporeate th Golf a rich man's pameoT Non sense Just look at the number ot poor players! No matter what may be said about the weather man. it can not be denied that be is hot stuff. It's a besp easier to denounce the bad habits of the other fellow than it Is to renounce our own! A man never enjoys his summer vacation so much as when he returns home to get a square meal. Speaking of refreshing subjects, a motoring party In the Alps was los the other day in a snow drift. The gondoliers of Venice have onea out on a strike, leaving the pubUli to paddle its own canoe, so to speak. According to reports the ballot this full in Oregon will be nine feet long. and yet women insist that they want t. lane a telephone girl is said to hav% won a prince, lots of girls will taoe say...

Publication Title: Searchlight, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Searchlight. — 30 August 1912

iý 1 *1 N r.4 ** RULED B AMBITION ROOSEVELT WOULD NOT ALLOW REPUBLICANS TO NAME COM. PROMISE CANDIDATE. STATEMENT OF GOV. HADLEY Colonel showed That He Was More Eager to Promote His Personal Alms Than to Safeguard Party Unity and Help Progreesiviem. That wae an important statement which Governor Hadley of Missouri made In Cedar Rapids. Iowa, recent ly. when he said in effect that the proposition was made to Colonel Roosevelt that both he and President Taft should withdraw in favor of some third man who might be satis factory as a eandidate to both wings of the Republican party. Governor Hadley himself wee the man most likely to be chosen n such event, and it appears that Colonel Roosevelt was .o apprehensive of this result that he sent one of his lieutenants to the gov ernor with the request that he put an end to the discussion of his name. As the story goes, Governor Hadley went at once to the colonel to know whether his lieutenant spoke by au thority. He bhad no dimculty in find i...

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 August 1912

iU s5aUWre . s~ a . a sea....dca. Mersl Cmr. i s meaL. negaeh -Ic aas as this can. Ir II. : STAITEB IN VALLEY CI., MlNT. Repubitca NatIeuuI Ticket a Per Preedist: WVH.m o.ward ITaft Per Vime Ptfes *id J.ms sce lTraPlt rser eN RepulicanU County ticket. I Ie5seeaaMRew - PETER MARBON o Med.eble Lake EORREO W. CLAY. of Mal ta C. C. SoWTTr of ld maert- t J.. TL TEPHENe Naeshua J. . DUNCAN of Barr. Clek of (%ourtU- e C.C. BEEDE of iOlainow CoaIt Atsorme PAUL BANIO(UK of uitbertaoe Clark and Reeorder R. D. BUTTON of Olasow Aeeoer H. B HILLot Moadak COost. arveror W. H. MANN of Mal. Uawernltedenmt fL seeob- - MIl FILORA PlMof Saeo. Cogomeser J.C. 8IMPKIN8of Olalsow Pahle Admimlslater lIoDNY J. RUNDLE. of tlasow o1nty eimmiemeer- 1 ANDREW DAVIDI)ON of Malta Culbmrteoa Township Ticket Jastlesof the Peace T. J. HOCKING I J. W. rTABL uoastables- JOHN E. RIEWICK L R. .c.CW In another column we give the proceedings of the Democratic l Convention held in Glasgow last Saturday from the standpoint o...

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